ATV industry:YAMAHA
YAMAHA Case Project
Yamaha Team:
Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi
ECON 5315.001: Managerial Economics
Marilyn K. Spencer, Ph.D.
December 9, 2013
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ATV industry:YAMAHA
Table of Contents
Introduction . 3
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Define the Industry: . 4
CHAPTER 6: RISK AND RATESOF RETURN
Sam le Questions with Answers mm
Expected returns 9 , $60 Mug :3) (011) (9' 6
L. T. Martoli Inc.'s stock has a 50% chance of producing a 30% return. a
35% chance of producing a 9% return, and a 15% chance of producing
CHAPTER 7: STOCKS AND THEIR VALUATION
Sam lie Questions with Answers
Expected dividend yield
1. If 01 = $2.00, g cfw_which is constant = 6%, and Pa = $40, what is the
stock's expected dividend yield for the coming year?
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Preferred Stock
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If we know the market price of a preferred stock and the
amount of the dividends to be received, the expected rate of
return from the investment can be determined as follows:
annual dividend
Rate of return =
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CHAPTER 4 CHAPTER 4: TIME VALUE OF MONEY
It is essential that nancial managers have a clear understanding of the time value
of the rm. Time Value analysis has many applications ranging from setting up schedules
for paying off
Hettenhouse Companys perpetual preferred stock sells for $102.50 per
share, and it pays a $9.50 annual dividend. If the company were to sail
a new preferred issue, it would incur a flotation cost of 4.00% of the
price paid by investors. What is the compan
" CHAPTER 5: BONDS AND THMALUATION
_.Answers
Bond valuation
1. The Carter Company's bonds mature in 10 years have a par value of $1,000
and an annual coupon payment of $80. The market interest rate for the
bonds is 9%. What is the price of these bonds?
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Unit 1
Cash is King, Goal of Business and Business Financing
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III
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Cash is King
a. Only thing you can spend or Invest
b. Life blood of the Business
Forms of Business
a. Sole Proprietorship
b. Partnership
c. Corporation Limited Liability
i. The
FINC 3310, Financial Institutions
Chapter 12 Assignment
Name_Reagan Lyons_
Row _1_ Seat_4_
1. Assume today is Jan 1, 2011. A 0 coupon bond is priced with a yield to maturity of
6%. The face value is $1,000, and it matures in 5 years. Calculate the current
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Homework 10 Chi Squared Tests 33% if? 9 N 3
1. A magazine publisher plans to give new subscribers the chance to select one of three
free gifts. In a test ofthe relative attractiveness ofthe gifts, the publisher mails out
subscription information to s ampl
Chapter 7
Bonds and Their Valuation
There is a type of loan called an Interest-only Loan.
With this type of loan, the borrower pays interest each
period and repays the entire principal when the loan
matures.
For example, if an organization (the borrowe
Chapter 8
Finance Exam 2 Cheat Sheet
Capital Gains Yield (CGY) is the return from the change in stock price (Pnew-Pold/Pold)
Dividend Yield (DY) is the return from dividend payments. (dividend/price)
Risk is defined as an exposure to loss or the chance th
THE HOLY GRAIL OF FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS
Use the following decision tree to solve financial mathematics problems:
Are payments made?
YES
NO
Are the payments
YES
NO
Is the investment
period finite?
YES
FVAN = PMT x
YES
NO
Ordinary Annuity
Problem
Annuity Du
Section #
Group #
Names
Bond Information for Exxon Mobil.
Maturity
Date
Name
A.
B.
Exxon Mobil 3.043%
Exxon Mobil 4.114%
Exxon Mobil 2.222%
Exxon Mobil 2.709%
Exxon Mobil 1.819%
Exxon Mobil 1.305%
Exxon Mobil 1.912%
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FINC 3320
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FINC 3320 Group Project Deliverable 1
Section Number
Group Number
Group Members Names
4.
Group Information
Sector:
Industry:
Company:
Statistic
Price (Current)
Market Capitalization
(Market) Price /
Chapter 5:
The golden rule of finance: all else equal, a dollar today is worth MORE than a dollar
received in the future. A cash flow received today is more valuable than receiving the
SAME cash flow in the future.
Perpetuity is a unique type of financial
(Sole) Proprietorship: unincorporated business owned by 1. A:
lower tax, only taxed once, fewer regulations, easy inexpensive
Debt Ratio = total liabilities / total assets
to form; D: unlimited liability, hard to raise money, life limited to
Debt to Equit
Chapter 8
Finance Exam 2 Cheat Sheet
Capital Gains Yield (CGY) is the return from the change in stock price (Pnew-Pold/Pold)
Dividend Yield (DY) is the return from dividend payments. (dividend/price)
Risk is defined as an exposure to loss or the chance th
FINC 3320
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FINC 3320 Group Project Deliverable 1
Section Number
Group Number
Group Members Names
Group Information
Sector:
Industry:
Company:
Statistic
Price
Market Capitalization
(Market) Price / Book Ratio
To
1. Find the following information for T-bills:
Risk-free rate (T-bills) rf
1.79%
5. Answer the following questions:
a) Why is the required rate of return on Ford common stock different than the required rate of return on the market portfolio?
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Unit 5 Homework
1. Year ProjectG ProjectD
0 S(35,000) $(350,000)
1 15,000 110,000
2 17,000 110,000
3 19,000 105,000
4 15,000 105,000
5 14,000 100,000
a. Given the above data, what is the NPV of Project G? Assume a WACC of 6%.
b. Given the data above, what
CHAPTER 3:
Coupon Bond: A type of loan where the bearer received regular fixed interest payments for a specified amount
of time, then at the end receives the face value (par value) of the loan back.
o Pay a price up front; coupon rate is based off face va
FINC 3310
Fall 2016
Financial Institutions & Markets
Homework I
100 pts 10 pts each question- Answers
This homework is due by end of class on Wed., Sept. 7,2016. In order to get credit it must be
turned in to me in HARD COPY. No electronic submissions wil
FINC 3310
Fall 2016
Financial Institutions & Markets
Homework III- Answers
100 pts
This homework is due by end of class on Monday, September 26,2016. In order to get credit it
must be turned in to me in HARD COPY. No electronic submissions will be accepte