2016
Financial analysis
ASSIGNMENT #1
JIANI SHI (ETR)
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Section A: Financial Strength and Stability Analysis
Question 1: Were there any unusual items?

Total longterm assets (TCA)
Unusual item  Total longterm assets (in thousands)
70000000
60000000
50
Financial Analysis  Assignment #21
Jiani Shi 20 Feb. 16
1. Objectives of Analysis.
In brief, this analysiss objective is to evaluate and improve the management performance. For this, the analysis will focus on the parts that can be (at least
partly) cont
Shanghai Xuhui District
Little Rainbow Children Daycare Center
Business Plan For 20172019
by
Jiani Shi MSPPM
Carnegie Mellon University
March 2016
Vision, Mission, Goals
The vision is to provide a community where the kids can be taken good care
of while
Financial analysis Assignment 4
Jiani Shi
6 April 2016
90724K: Assignment 4 [8 marks]
Jiani Shi April 2016
Case 1: Boschs Investment in New CAD/CAM System Project [6 marks]
a. Compute the NPV, IRR, Payback period, and Profitability Index of the investmen
CHIPOTLE MEXICAN GRILL, INC.
Consolidated Statements of Operations
for the Years Ended December 31,
( in thousands )
2010
Revenue
Restaurant Operating expenses:
Food, beverage and packaging
Labor
Occupancy
Other operating costs
General and administrative
Assignment # 10 Financial Analysis, 90724
Due April 29, 2012 at 11:59 p.m. (Sunday at midnight)
Frank White will retire in six years. He has $ 100,000 to invest, and he wants to open some
type of small business operation that can be managed in his free t
Assignment # 9 Financial Analysis, 90724
Due Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 11:59 p.m. (Sunday midnight)
Objective: The objective of this assignment is twofold. The first purpose is to give you practice
in preparing a budget in Excel, and in using several of
Assignment # 3 Financial Analysis, 90724
Due Sunday, February 12, 2012 at 11:59 p.m.
This assignment asks you to do some preliminary analyses of the service company, Chipotle
Mexican Grill.
The 2010 Annual Report can be found on their website at
http:/ww
Assignment # 2 Financial Analysis, 90724
Due Sunday, February 5, 2012 at 11:59 p.m. (midnight Sunday)
Read the attached Sidney Museum Catalog case and answer the questions asked in the case.
Submit the completed assignment as a single pdf file to Blackbo
Assignment # 1 Financial Analysis, 90724
Due January 29, 2012 at 11:59 p.m. (midnight Sunday)
Show all work for the questions below.
Be sure that all answers are clearly labeled.
Question 1: ( 4 points)
Wilson Consulting has provided the following inform
Child Welfare League of America
Statement of Financial Position with Vertical and Horizontal Analyses
as of September 30,
Vertical Analysis
2009
Percent
Horizontal Analysis
2008
Percent
Dollar
Change
2009
ASSETS
Cash and Cash Equivalents
Grants and Accoun
Assignment # 7 Financial Analysis, 90724
Due April 1, 2012 at 11:59 p.m. (Sunday midnight)
Using the 2009 Audited Financial Statements for CWLA, answer the questions below. The
financial statements are also posted to Blackboard as an Excel workbook.
In e
Child Welfare League of America
Statement of Financial Position with Vertical and Horizontal Analyses
as of September 30,
Vertical Analysis
2009
Percent
2008
Percent
2009
ASSETS
Cash and Cash Equivalents
Grants and Accounts Receivable, net
Inventory
Trave
Assignment # 6 Financial Analysis, 90724
Due March 25, 2012 at 11:59 p.m. ( Sunday midnight )
This assignment (along with Assignments 7 and 8) will analyze the 2009 financial statements
for the Child Welfare League of America (CWLA). Their 2009 Audited F
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
SEPTEMBER 30, 2006 and 2005
INDEPENDENT AUDITORS' REPORT
Board of Directors
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, Inc.
New York, New York
We have audited the accompanying statements of financial position of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights
A
Assignment # 5 Financial Analysis, 90724
Due Tuesday, March 20, 2012 at 11:59 p.m. (Tuesday midnight)
For all parts of the problems and questions below, show all work. No further explanations
are needed unless I specifically ask for them.
Type this up as
LOWES COMPANIES, INC.
Consolidated Statements of Earnings
for the Years
( in millions )
fiscal 2010
Net sales
Cost of sales
Gross income
fiscal 2008
48,815 $
31,663
17,152 $
47,220 $
30,757
16,463 $
48,230
31,729
16,501
12,006
$
1,586
13,592
3,560 $
11,68
Assignment # 4 Financial Analysis 90724
Due Sunday, February 19 at 11:59 p.m. (Sunday midnight)
Using the Lowes Company 2010 Annual Report, answer the questions below. You may
compute the ratios using Excel or you may compute them with a calculator. If y
Linear Probability Notes
Estimation is the same as OLS, just remember to add robust after the reg
commend, because we do not have homoscedasticity.
Think about the following questions:
o What is the difference in
Regression with Panel Data Notes
Independently pooled cross section
Panel Data Analysis
o If we observe N samples for T time periods, we have panel data.
o Why is panel data helpful? This is because it will help
First Differencing Model Notes:
(1) Assumption 1:
For each i, the model is
Where
are the parameters to estimate and
is the unobserved effect.
This is very similar to linear parameter assumption in OLS.
(2) Assumption2:
We have a random sample from the cro
Lecture Probability Framework Notes
Probability Framework for Linear Regression
The probability framework for linear regression is summarized by the three least
squares assumptions.
Population
The group of interest (ex: all possible school districts)
Lecture Linear Regression Notes
Linear regression lets us estimate the slope of the population regression line.
The slope of the population regression line is the expected effect on Y of a unit
change in X.
Ultimately our aim is to estimate the causal e
Lecture Nonlinear Regression Functions Notes
Nonlinear regression functions
The regression functions so far have been linear in the Xs
But the linear approximation is not always a good one
The multiple regressi
Lecture Laws and Hypothesis Testing Notes
The Law of Large Numbers:
An estimator is consistent if the probability that its falls within an interval of the
true population value tends to one as the sample size increases.
If (Y1,Yn) are i.i.d. and < , the
Lecture Probability Notes
Review of Probability and Statistics (SW Chapters 2, 3)
Empirical problem: Class size and educational output
Policy question: What is the effect on test scores (or some other outcome
measure) of reducing class size by one student
Lecture Sample Randomness and Distribution Notes
Distribution of a sample of data drawn randomly from a population: YB1B,
YBnB
We will assume simple random sampling
Choose and individual (district, entity) at random from the population
Randomness and d
Lecture Student Distribution Notes
Digression: the Student t distribution
If Yi, i = 1, n is i.i.d. N(Y, ), then the tstatistic has the Student t
distribution with n 1 degrees of freedom.
The critic