Finance 363
Exam 1
2012
Spring
Form A
The following 12 questions are worth 6 points each = 72 points.
1. Which of the following events would make it more likely that a company would choose to call its
Finance 363
Exam 1
2012
Spring
Form C
The following 12 questions are worth 6 points each = 72 points.
1. Most American investors who are interested in investing in companies listed on foreign
exchange
Finance 363
Exam 1
2012
Spring
Form D
The following 12 questions are worth 6 points each = 72 points.
1. Every investment, financial and real is worth:
a.
Its weight in gold.
b.
Whatever accountants s
Finance 363
Exam 1
2012
Spring
Form B
The following 12 questions are worth 6 points each = 72 points.
1. Every investment, financial and real is worth:
a.
Its weight in gold.
b.
Whatever accountants s
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Form 3.2
Section 1 8 points each
[Note: All questions after Q1 and Q2 have solutions in the file for Form
3.1, although the order is different.]
Q1. Suppose the an
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Form 3.3
Section 1 8 points each
[Note: All questions have solutions in the file for Form 3.1, although the
order is different.]
Q1. Suppose the annual yield on a
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Form 3.1
Section 1 8 points each
Q1. The expected return for stock A is 8%, comprised of an expected return of 4% during
recession, an expected return of 10% durin
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Form 3.6
Section 1 8 points each
[See Form 3.2 solutions.]
Q1. Suppose the annual yield on a 2-year Treasury bond is 6.8 percent, the yield on a 1year bond is 8.6
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Form 3.5
Section 1 8 points each
[Note: See Form 3.1 solutions.]
Q1. The expected return for stock A is 8%, comprised of an expected return of 4% during
recession,
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Form 3.4
Section 1 8 points each
[Note: All questions other than Q1, Q2 and Q8 have solutions in the file
for Form 3.1, although the order is different.]
Q1. Suppo