Why Study Financial Markets and Institutions?
Multiple Choice Questions
Financial markets and institutions
(a) involve the movement of huge quantities of money.
(b) affect the profits of businesses.
(c) affect the types of goods and services
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Exercise Sheet 6
You manage a portfolio of 50 assets and wish to calculate the e cient frontier. If you decide that a sample of 30 observations is required to calculate each
variance and covariance, how many data points do you need in total?
Exercise Sheet 7
Assume there are two stocks, A and B , with A = 1:4 and B = 0:8. Assume
also that the CAPM model applies.
(i) If the mean return on the market portfolio is 10% and the risk-free rate
of return is 5%, calculate the mean return o
Exercise Sheet 4
The table provides data on the return and standard deviation for dierent
compositions of a two-asset portfolio. Plot the data to obtain the portfolio
frontier. Where is the minimum variance portfolio located?
Exercise Sheet 3
The following prices are observed for the stock of Fox Entertainment Group
No dividend was paid. Calculate the mean return and variance of Fox stock.
Exercise Sheet 1
Use the monthly data on historical prices in Yahoo to plot the share price
of LloydsTSB over the past year. If you had invested 10,000 in LloydsTSB in
October 2007 what would it be worth now?
One year chart
Exercise Sheet 2
A margin account is used to buy 200 shares on margin at $35 per share.
$2000 is borrowed from the broker to complete the purchase. Determine the
a. When the purchase is made;
b. If the price of the stock rises
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Are There Bank Effects in
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