Lecture 1
A Basic Valuation Model for a Multinational Corporation
Simple Domestic Valuation Model
In present value terms, the value of a firm, V, is
n
E (CF$,t )
V t 1
t
(1 k )
where:
E (CF$t )
represents expected (net) cash flows to be received a
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Chapter 2 Marginal Analysis
Exploration Concept Introduction - Application
-Exploration:
There is a 5-mile beach strip with a barrier at the north end and a barrier at the south end. There are
two hot-dog venders, each trying to g
Intermediate
Financial Management
12thED
by Eugene Brigham and Phillip Daves
Chapter7
AnalysisofFinancialStatements
Financial Analysis
Gather Data
Examine the Statement of Cash Flows
Calculate and Examine:
-Return on Invested Capital
(ROIC) = NOPAT / Oper
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Chapter 3 Optimal Pricing
Exploration Concept Introduction - Application
-Exploration:
A manager experiments with cutting price by 5%. He finds that this increases sales a great degree, by
20%. What does this experiment tell you a
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A.
20 year bond
3 month bill
1 year note
5 year bond
2.5+9% = 11.5%
2.5+5%=7.5%
2.5+6%=8.5%
2.5+8%=10.5%
b. if the real rate of interest drops to 2.0%, the nominal interest rate would decrease by 0.5 percentage point.
c. The yield curve issues is upw
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a. It is found that positive change in the taste of the people towards watching movie in a theatre brings
a negative impact on the DVD movie rental business. This means the demand would decrease. The end result
is the fact that the result of the equi
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nominal GDP = real
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a. currency has appriciated. It will result in GDp will go down which means the price declines.
This facor will result in higher prices.
b. People will have more money, causing a higher AD in short run. In the long ru
s2p = 140.85
t=1.859
z=.025= 1.96
1.859<1.96, therefore we fail to reject H0
There is no evidence of any difference in the mean computer anxiety
experienced by a male and female student.
The assumptions that I have to make about the two populations in ord
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A.
Total revenues equals = 2800
Total costs = 2800
Profit = 0 = zero economic profits
B.
The firm is more than likely in the long-run equilibrium because demand curve touches the
average total cost that is profit maximizing for this firm.
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