SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
1
R Square
1
Adjusted R
1
Standard E
0
Observatio
5
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total
Intercept
X Variable
SS
1
3
4
MS
0
0
0
0
0
F Significance F
#NUM!
#NUM!
Coefficients
Standard Error t Stat
P-value Lower
Module 2-DAVIS, MICHAELS, AND COQuestions
1. Consider a 1-year, $10,000 CD.
a.
What is its value at maturity (future value) if it pays 10.0
percent (annual) interest?
@ 10% = $11,000.00
b.
What would be the future value if the CD pays 5.0 percent? If
it p
CASE12BH
Student Version
07/02/16
TASTY FOODS CORPORATION (PART I)
Capital Budgeting Methods and Cash Flow Estimation
This case focuses on capital budgeting decision criteria and cash flow
estimation. It begins with such basic concepts as incremental cash
Module 3
9/28/96
Filmore Enterprise
Risk and Rates of Return
INSTRUCTIONS: This case begins with data on the state of the economy and returns on
Treasury securities, 3 different stocks, and the S&P index (market). The model calculates
the expected return,
Module 5
Questions
1. a. Discuss the specific items of capital that should be included in the WACC.
WACC = (% of debt) (after-tax cost of debt) + (% of preferred stock) (Cost of
preferred stock) + (% of common equity) (Cost of common Equity) = WdRd * (1-t
Module 6
Student's Model
Northern Forest Products
07/02/16
Risk Adjusted Cost of Capital and Hurdle Rates
This case illustrates the impact of multiple hurdle rates within a corporation with several different
lines of business. The model uses an input sect
Shanna Parker
Module 9-TASTY FOODS-Questions
1. Define the term incremental cash flow. Since the project will be
financed in part by debt, should the cash flow statement include
interest expenses? Explain.
Incremental cash flow is additional operating cas
Shanna Parker 15June16
Module 11-TASTY FOODS (B)-Questions
1. a. Why should firms be concerned with the riskiness of individual
projects?
Firms should be concerned with the riskiness of
individual projects because it can affect the profitability
and succe
Module 6 - NORTHERN FOREST PRODUCTS-Questions
1. Explain the importance of risk adjustment in the capital budgeting allocation process by
answering the following questions.
a. Explain why risk adjustments are important and how they can affect firm value.
Module 8-ROBERT MONTOYA-Questions
1) Define the term incremental cash flow. Since the project will be financed in part by debt, should the cash
flow statement include interest expenses? Explain.
In capital budgeting decisions, relevant cash flows are alwa
Bunty 1-3
Kermen 4-6
Marques 7-9
Parvir 10-13
TASTY FOODS-Questions
1. Define the term incremental cash flow. Since the project will be financed in part by debt, should the
cash flow statement include interest expenses? Explain.
Incremental cash flow is t
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.9823999327
R Square
0.9651096277
Adjusted R Squa
0.9534795037
Standard Error
0.0480694607
Observations
5
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total
Intercept
X Variable 1
SS
0.1917479808
0.0069320192
0.19868
MS
0.
TASTY FOODS (B)-Questions
1. a. Why should firms be concerned with the riskiness of individual
projects?
Each projects risk is important because the success of the project impacts the
overall success of the firm. The risk of individual projects can be com
Justin Whiteford
DAVIS, MICHAELS, AND CO-Questions
1. Consider a 1-year, $10,000 CD.
a.
What is its value at maturity (future value) if it pays 10.0
percent (annual) interest?
N=1, I=10, PV= -10000
b.
What would be the future value if the CD pays 5.0 perc
ACE REPAIR
Questions
1. a. Discuss the specific items of capital that should be included in the WACC.
In order to find the WACC you must include preferred stock, common stock and long-term
debt. Looking at the spreadsheet you can see that the capital stru
Bond and Stock Evaluation
Beatrice Peabody
Directed
Beatrice Peabody has been a long time valued customer of the First
National Bank. Her first account was opened 65 years ago when her
father, an employee of James River Corporation, gave her a savings
acc
OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND LETTERS
Department of Communication and Theatre Arts
Dance 185A-Fall 2012
Instructor: Katie Iacono
Office: Diehn FPA 153
Mailbox: DFPA
Phone: 683-4972
e-mail: [email protected]
Office Hours: MWF 2:00-3:00 PM, TR 1
Kermen Guardiola
Parvir Khubber
Navdeep Dahiya
Marques Hubbard
HEAVENLY FOODS-Questions
1. Define the term incremental cash flow. Since the project will be financed
in part by debt, should the cash flow statement include interest
expenses? Explain.
Increm
Shanna Parker 6/22/16
Module 12-HEAVENLY FOODS-Questions
1. Define the term incremental cash flow. Since the project will be
financed in part by debt, should the cash flow statement include
interest expenses? Explain.
Incremental cash flows are free cash
ROBERT MONTOYA-Questions
1. Define the term incremental cash flow. Since the project will be financed in part by debt, should the cash flow statement
include interest expenses? Explain.
Incremental cash flows are the difference between the cash flows the
BEATRICE PEABODY Questions
1. According to ValueLine estimates in Figure 1, James Rivers
expected annual dividend growth rate from the 9193 to 9799
period is 5.50%, and the next dividend (1995) is expected to be
$0.60. Assume that the required return for
Module 4 - BEATRICE PEABODY Questions
1. According to ValueLine estimates in Figure 1, James Rivers
expected annual dividend growth rate from the 9193 to 9799
period is 5.50%, and the next dividend (1995) is expected to be
$0.60. Assume that the required
Module 7- CHINO MATERIALS Questions
1. Table 1 contains the complete cash flow analysis based on GP Manufacturings
basic information. Explain the inputs into 1) the net initial investment outlay at year
0, 2) the depreciation tax savings in each year of t
InstructorModel
9/28/96
BeatricePeabody
BondandStockValuation
The case is a straight-forward and reviews the principles of bond
and stock valuation. It requires pulling information from standard
sources. The model is not complicated, but it is long becaus
ACE REPAIR
Questions
1. a. Discuss the specific items of capital that should be included in the WACC.
WACC = (% of debt) (after-tax cost of debt) + (% of preferred stock) (Cost of
preferred stock) + (% of common equity) (Cost of common Equity)
WACC= Wdkd