Tyler Toys, Inc.
Balance Sheet as of December 31, 2013 and 2014
ASSETS
Current assets
Cash
Investments
Accounts receivable
Inventory
Total current assets
Long-term assets
Investments
Plant, property, and equipment
Goodwill
Intangible assets
TOTAL ASSETS
2
BA360 Financial Management
Chapter 1
On Campus
Learning Objectives (continued)
6. Explain how the finance manager interacts with both internal and external
players.
7. Delineate the main types of business organizations and their respective
advantages and
BA360 Financial Management
Chapter 3
On Campus
Balance Sheet. Chuck Enterprises has current assets of $300,000, and total assets of
$750,000. It also has current liabilities of $125,000, common equity of $250,000, and
retained earnings of $85,000. How muc
Return on equity can increase as a result of an increase in which of the following ratios?
All of the above will have a positive influence on the ROE.
If the auction of an IPO is oversubscribed, shares of the IPO are allocated
Pro TURE
The _ is the formal
One way to measure a company's financial performance is to benchmark against that of its competition.
Which of the below is NOT a problem a company faces when benchmarking this way?
What is the street name for the advertisement issued during the period of
Chapter 1 Notes
Describe the cycle of money, the participants in the cycle, and the
common objective of borrowing and lending.
The cycle of money is the movement of money from lender to borrower and
back again. It is often accomplished through a financial
Chapter 8
1. You are considering buying a share of stock in a firm that has the following two possible payoffs
with the corresponding probability of occurrence. The stock has a purchase price of $15. You
forecast that there is a 30% chance that the stock
Chapter 1 Quiz
The movement of money from lender to borrower and back again is
known as _.
a. the circle of life
b. corporate finance
c. the cycle of money
d. money laundering
c. the cycle of money
_ is the area of finance concerned with the activities of
BAII Plus terminology
N = number of periods/ time
I/Y = interest rate
PV = present value
PMT = payment amount
FV = future value
Chapter 9
Concepts Review & Critical Thinking
2
Given conventional cash flows & positive NPV, what do we know about:
Payback
Di
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Chapter 4
Time Value of Money Theory
1. There are three basic ways to repay a loan: (1) principal and interest at
maturity, or discount loans, (2) interest as you go and principal at
maturity, or interest-only loans, and (3) principal and interest as you
Chapter 2
Financial Statements
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
1. Explain the foundations of the balance
sheet and income statement
2. Use the cash flow identity to explain
cash flow.
3. Provide some context for financial
reporting.
4. Recognize and view Internet sit
Chapter 2 Financial
Statements, Taxes, and Cash
Flow
BA 360 - WINTER 2017
DENNIS ADAMS
Contents
1. Chapter 2 summary
2. Expectations
3. Cash flows and financial statements
4. Heads Up
Chapter 2, summed up in one
slide
The Balance Sheet is a snap shot, a m
BAII Plus terminology
N = number of periods/ time
I/Y = interest rate
PV = present value
PMT = payment amount
FV = future value
Test Form 1
1)
D
Equal payments at the end of regular intervals over a stated time period
2)
A
Per month interest multiplied by
BA 360HW Answers- Part 2
Cost of debt with fees.
Kenny Enterprises will issue a bond with a par value of $1,000 a maturity of twenty years, and a
coupon rate of 9.3% with semiannual payments, and will use an investment bank that charges
$25 per bond for i
Alias-ted WAGE Thcrpe and Cmpnj" is currently an allequity rm. It
share. Its beta is cs, and the current riskfree rate is 4.6%. The expected]
3. 5%. Thcrpe will sell ccrpcrate bands fcr $13, DUI] ll] and retire ccn1u1c
twenty-year semiannual bends with a1
Benefit of Diversification
To find SD, hv to find the expected payoff or return
To find expected payoff, take Prob each possible return outcome X it the
Expected payoff = payoff X prob
States
Probability
Asset M
Assets N
Boom
24%
10%
18%
Normal
50%
7%
11%
Expected return of portfolio using data
G
0.55 Beta Portfolio 1
1.08
H
0.65 Beta Portfolio 2
0.87
I
1.3 Beta Portfolio 3
1.25
J
1.8 SML
4.0%
Market Premium
The expected return of stock G using CAPM
E (rG)
0.0950
E (rH)
0.1050
E (rI)
#REF!
10.0%
E (rJ)
0.2
Financial Management
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
1. Describe the cycle of money, the participants
in the cycle, and the common objective of
borrowing and lending.
2. Distinguish the four main areas of finance and
briefly explain the financial activities that each
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Cash
Market securities
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1613000
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1.18
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2756000
3252080
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Plan
_ may be defined as a measure of uncertainty in a set of potential outcomes for an event in
which there is a chance for some loss. Risk
While the covariance between stocks can take on a negative value, a correlation coefficient must
be positive, or at a m
You just bought a home for $250,000 and are scheduled to make monthly payments of $1,834.41 for 30
years at 8% APR. Suppose you add $400 each month to the $1,834.41 house payment, making your
monthly payment $2,234.41. This extra amount is applied to the