8-9
The market and Stock S have the following probability
distributions:
Probability
20%
9%
5%
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c.
15%
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b.
Rs
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a.
Rm
18%
12%
Calculate the expected rates of return for the market and Stock S.
Calculate the standard deviations for the market and Stoc
4-24
The First City Bank pays 7 percent interest, compounded
annually, on time deposits. The Second City Bank pays
6.5 percent interest, compounded quarterly.
a. Based on effective interest rate, in which bank would
you prefer to deposit your money?
b. As
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A father is planning a savings program to put his daughter through
college. His daughter is now 13 years old. She plans to enroll at the
university in five years, and it should take her four years to
complete her education. Currently, the cost per y
Two main reason why, for a given firm, debt is a cheaper source of funds than equity.
1.
The tax deductibility of interest on bonds.
2.
Yields on bonds are less than yields on stocks. From the point of view of an investor,
owning a bond is safer than owni
11-2
The McDaniel Companys financing plans for the next year include the sale
of long-term bonds with a 10% coupon. The company believes it can sell
the bonds at a price that will provide a yield to maturity of 12%. If the
marginal tax rate is 34%, what i
1. BOND VALUATION
Suppose Ford Motor Company sold an issue of bonds with
a 10 year maturity, a $1,000 par value, a 10 percent coupo
n rate, and
semiannual interest payments.
(a) Two years after the bonds were issued, the going rate o
f interest on bonds s
1. BOND VALUATION
Suppose Ford Motor Company sold an issue of bonds with
a 10 year maturity, a $1,000 par value, a 10 percent coupo
n rate, and
semiannual interest payments.
(a) Two years after the bonds were issued, the going rate o
f interest on bonds s
Bond Valuation 6 - 11
The Severn Company's bonds have four years remaining until maturity. Inter
est is paid annually, the bonds have a $1,000 par value, and the coupon rate
is 9 percent.
(a) Compute the yield to maturity for the bonds if the current mark
F10-S11
[2] (20 points)EFFECTIVE RATES
Today (February 23, 2010) you retire and take your $1,000,000
pension with you. You invest it today with an insurance company
that gives you two choices: Plan A lets you take out $60,000 every
six monthsstarting tod
Chapter 20 The classical Long-Run model
1. List two reasons why the classical model remains useful today.
1) Overthelastseveraldecades,therehasbeenanactivecounterrevolution
againstKeynessapproachtounderstandingthemacroeconomy.
2) *Itremainsthebestmodelfor
Chapter 19 The Price Level and Inflation
1. Describe how index numbers are calculated.
2. Discuss how the Consumer Price Index (CPI) is compiled and how it
is used.
-The most widely used measure of the price level in the United States is the Consumer
Pric
F10-S11
[2] (20 points)EFFECTIVE RATES
Today (February 23, 2010) you retire and take your $1,000,000
pension with you. You invest it today with an insurance company
that gives you two choices: Plan A lets you take out $60,000 every
six monthsstarting tod
10-11
Atlantic Control Company (ACC) purchased a machine two years ago at a cost of
$70,000. At that time, the machines expected economic life was six years and its
salvage value at the end of its life was estimated to be $10,000. it is being
depreciated
The adjusted present value (APV) of a project equals the net present value of the project if it
were funded completely by equity plus the net present value of any financing side
effects. In Hertzs case, the NPV of financing side effects equals the after-t
Chapter 17: Valuation and Capital Budgeting for the Levered Firm
17.1
a.
17.7
a.
Bolero has a capital structure with three parts: long-term debt, short-term debt, and equity.
i.
Book Value Weights:
Type of Financing
Long-term debt
Short-term debt
Common S
The adjusted present value of a project equals the net present value of the project under all-equity
financing plus the net present value of any financing side effects.
According to Modigliani-Miller Proposition II with corporate taxes:
rS = r0 + (B/S)(r0
In a world with corporate taxes, a firms weighted average cost of capital (r wacc) is equal to:
rwacc
= cfw_B / (B+S)(1 TC) rB + cfw_S / (B+S)rS
where
B / (B+S) = the firms debt-to-value ratio
S / (B+S) = the firms equity-to-value ratio
rB = the pre-tax c
17.2
The adjusted present value of a project equals the net present value of the project
under all-equity financing plus the net present value of any financing side effects. In
Geminis case, the NPV of financing side effects equals the after-tax present v
Bolero has a capital structure with three parts: long-term debt, short-term debt, and equity.
i.
Book Value Weights:
Type of Financing
Long-term debt
Short-term debt
Common Stock
Total
Book Value
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$10,000,000
$20,000,000
Weight
25%
25
In order to determine the cost of the firms debt (rB), solve for the discount rate that makes the
present value of the bonds future cash flows equal to the bonds current price.
Since WWIs one-year, $1,000 par value bonds carry a 7% coupon, bond holders wi
15
a.
The equity beta of a firm financed entirely by equity is equal to its unlevered beta.
Find each of the firms equity betas, given an unlevered beta of 1.2.
North Pole
Equity = [1 + (1-TC)(B/S)]Unlevered
where
Equity
Unlevered
TC
B
S
= the equity beta