Bond Interest Accrual
At
Coupon Frequency
Coupon Rate/Percent
Maturity Date
Dated Date (date start accuring interest)
First Coupon Date
Original Maturity in Years
Weekday of the dated date
Issue date (offering date)
2
4.35
6/15/2045
6/15/2013
12/15/2013 <
6
Managing
Quality
What Is Quality?
The degree of excellence of a thing (Websters
Dictionary)
The totality of features and characteristics that satisfy
needs (ASQC)
6-2
What Is Quality?
By Perspective:
Producers perspective: Conformance
Users perspec
Financial Statement
Analysis
FIN 3504
Pavel G. Savor
Interpreting Fin. Statements
Standardized Fin. Statements
How to compare statements across firms?
How to (quickly) examine changes over time?
Common-size statements
Divide every item on the B/S by total
Stanton1
Name Alexandria Stanton
October 6, 2016
Finance 3513 Exam #1, Fall 2016
Instructor: S.J. Casper
Part A. Multiple Choice/Short Answer Questions: Please circle the letter corresponding to your
answer for each multiple choice question. Select the si
INTERMEDIATE CORPORATE FINANCE (FIN 3504)
Spring 2017
Professor Pavel Savor
Target Corporation Case Instructions and Questions
You can purchase the case at: http:/store.darden.virginia.edu/target-corporation (choose the PDF
Download option).
You should pr
Merck & Co., Inc.
MRK 58933Y105 2778844 NYSE
Common stock
Source: FactSet Fundamentals
All figures in millions of U.S. Dollar except per share items
DEC '15
365 Days
Assets
Cash & Short-Term Investments
13,427
Short-Term Receivables
6,518
Inventories
4,70
Xuying Jiang
915294163
Fin 3551
Problem Set 1 (*optional items)
Global firms and governance, international monetary systems, market
parities, BOP.
Global firms and governance:
1. How would you define and measure multinational corporations?
Multinational c
ICTF8: Stocks or Equities (Chapter 7)
1. Unlike investors in bonds, investors in stocks do not have the opportunity to realize capital gains.
2. Bonds have no finite maturities but stocks do.
3. Just like bonds, stocks are worth their par value at maturit
Chapter 1: Getting Started
True or False
1) In the statement, "According to the Order of Operations, exponents are applied before the
expression in parentheses, division is to be completed before multiplication, and addition
and subtraction are to be comp
Employer Data:
Lower Merion School District
301 East Montgomery Avenue
Ardmore, PA 19003
Federal Identification # 00-0234567
Employers State Identification # 22-3-9898
Employee Data:
First name, middle initial, last name
School address
Payroll Data:
Singl
1
CHAPTER 1
Introduction
Practice Questions
Problem 1.8.
Suppose you own 5,000 shares that are worth $25 each. How can put options be used to
provide you with insurance against a decline in the value of your holding over the next four
months?
You should b
1
CHAPTER 5
Determination of Forward and Futures Prices
Practice Questions
Problem 5.8.
Is the futures price of a stock index greater than or less than the expected future value of the
index? Explain your answer.
The futures price of a stock index is alwa
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CHAPTER 3
Hedging Strategies Using Futures
Practice Questions
Problem 3.8.
In the Chicago Board of Trades corn futures contract, the following delivery months are
available: March, May, July, September, and December. State the contract that should be
us
1. What is the most important difference between a corporation and all other organization forms?
A corporation is a legal entity separate from its owners.
2. Are hostile takeovers necessarily bad for firms or their investors? Explain.
No. They are a way t
DELL COMPUTER CAPITAL BUDGETING
All figures in millions of U.S. Dollar, except per share items
Property Plant and Equipment at the end of fiscal year 2013
Initial capital expenditure(10% of the PPE)
Life of the productt
Total revenue for fisical year 2013
ICTF5: TVM Multiple Cash Flows (Chapter 4)
1. Weve discussed 4 different multiple cash flow patterns.
2. Annuities are equal cash flows that go on forever.
3. There are 4 formulas on our formula sheet that contain the variable PMT.
4. We can determine whi
ICTF4: TVM Lump Sums (Chapter 3)
1. Lump sums are multiple cash flows.
2. PVs are later values and FVs are earlier values.
3. PVs are rightward on a time line and FVs are leftward on the time line.
4. PVs represent the amount that an earlier amount will g
ICTF2: Financial Statements (Chapter 2)
1. Treatment of Current Liabilities is one of the factors cited by our author for why NI and CF may be
different. F
2. COGS appears on the liability side of the BS. F
3. Accounts payable represents short-term loans
Five Business-Level
Strategies
Business Industry: PC Industry
Focal Firm: Apple Inc.
Competitors: IBM, Acer, Dell, Microsoft, Toshiba, HP
Cost vs. Differentiation:
Name: Jonathan Grinshpun
Class Time: R Online 7-855
Offer a small number of products
Focus
Formulae
The future value of an ordinary annuity. A is the amount, r is the IR, n is the number of
periods:
Pn =
(1 r )n 1
A
r
The present value of an ordinary annuity. A is the amount, r is the IR, n is the #periods:
1
1 1 r n
PV = A
r
The market pr
Five Business-Level
Strategies
Business Industry: PC Industry
Focal Firm: Apple Inc.
Competitors: IBM, Acer, Dell, Microsoft, Toshiba, HP
Cost vs. Differentiation:
Name: Jonathan Grinshpun
Class Time: R Online 7-855
Offer a small number of products
Focus
Jonathan Grinshpun
Tim Davis
EES0836 TR 2-320
16 February 2017
This film takes the viewer to the real life perspective of the infamous 1991 eruption
alongside the U.S. Geological Survey team. Cameras follow the volcanologists from the
suspicious initial u
Finance 3508
Sample Q for M1
Due date: Feb. 21, 2017
Note: You can use calculators with power function to answer these questions. Please do not use
financial calculators. Please present the formulas you are using and show the details of your
work for both
Jonathan Grinshpun
Elyas Elyasiani
FIN3508 Section 001
24 January 2017
Chapter One (Features and Risks) Homework
1. (0.07/2)($100,000) = $3,500 for 10(2) = 20 periods and payback of $100000 principal after
last payment.
2. The only cash flow is the paymen
Finance 3508
Sample Q for M1
Due date: Feb. 21, 2017
Note: You can use calculators with power function to answer these questions. Please do not use
financial calculators. Please present the formulas you are using and show the details of your
work for both