Study Guide 7
Learning goals for students
Cytoskeleton
Know the three major classes of cytoskeletal components, their composition, structure,
locations and functions in the cell.
Be able to explain/
FM9522b Quiz 2 Sept 27 2017
1. Name two day count conventions and define them. What are Day count conventions for?
[4 marks, 1 for each day count convention, 1 for a proper definition of them, 1 for w
FM9522 Intro to Financial Markets
Quiz 1, Wed Sept 20 2017
6:00 to 6:10PM
Q1 [3 marks]: In 2-3 sentences, explain what bonds are, why they exist, and how they differ from
loans.
Like loans, bonds are
FM9122a/FM9522 Intro to Financial Models
Wed Oct 4 Quiz
SOLUTIONS
1. Write down and solve an integral to show that the value of a perpetual
bond with par value X that pays coupons at a constant rate c
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Bid price The prices at which investors are willing to buy shares.
Ask price The prices at which current shareowners are willing to sell their shares.
Bid-ask spread The difference be
FM 2555A
Solutions to Assignment No. 3
(Only for questions not assigned for submission)
Problem [2/242]
A company is 40% financed by risk-free debt. The interest rate is 10%, the expected
market risk
FM 2555A
Solutions to Assignment No. 2
(Only for questions not assigned for submission)
Problem [1/125]
a. What is the payback period on each of the following projects?
Cash Flows ($)
Project
C0
C1
C2
FM 2555A
Assignment No. 2
Due Date: 12:30, 10 November 2016
BGS 165
NOTE: Only solutions to 5 problems marked with (see pages 7-8) are required for
submission. The other problems are practice exercise
FM 2555A - Fall 2016
Solutions to Assignment No. 2
(Questions assigned for submission)
J-Required Assignment Question 1 HS 0t from the textbook) [4 points]
DrySand Co. is considering investing in a ne
1. Briefly explain the value additivity property.
For example, the net present value (NPV) of a combined project-say A and B-is equal to the
NPV(A) plus the NPV(B). Naturally, this property holds for
1 Explain the term corporation
A corporation is a legal entity and has an existence of its own. Generally, large businesses are
organized as corporations.
2 Briefly explain the term limited liability.
1.Briefly explain the difference between company cost of capital and project cost of capital.
If a firm is considering projects that have the same risk as the firm, then the company cost of
capital is
Professor: Samuel Nicolosi
Name: Yin Xi
Date: 12/1/2014
Course: English 110
The American dream of Asian Immigrants
In the mid-1800, Chinese immigrants were lured to America by tale of Califonia s
gold
THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICAL AND ACTUARIAL SCIENCES
FM 2555/9555 MIDTERM TEST#2
Thursday November 13th, 2014, 6:00 - 8:00 PM
INSTRUCTIONS:
This is a CLOSED BOOK TEST.
Us
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Bullish
Bearish
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CHAPTER
9
9-1
RISK AND THE COST OF
CAPITAL
1
2016-11-05
Topics Covered
9-2
Company and Project Costs of Capital
Measuring the Cost of Equity
Analyzing Project Risk
Certainty Equivalents
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CHAPTER
8
PORTFOLIO THEORY AND THE
CAPITAL ASSET PRICING MODEL
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2016-10-31
Topics Covered
8-2
Harry Markowitz and the Birth of Portfolio
Theory
The Relationship between Risk and Return
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Bid price The prices at which investors are willing to buy shares.
Ask price The prices at which current shareowners are willing to sell their shares.
Bid-ask spread The difference be
FM 2555A
Solutions to Chapter 8 Practice Exercises
Problem [1/212]
Here are the returns and standard deviations for four investments.
Return (%)
Treasury bills
Stock P
Stock Q
Stock R
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CHAPTER
6
6-1
MAKING INVESTMENT DECISIONS
WITH THE NET PRESENT VALUE RULE
Topics Covered
6-2
Applying the Net Present Value Rule
Example - IM&C Fertilizer Project
Using the NPV Rule to Choose among
CHAPTER
INTRODUCTION TO RISK
AND RETURN
7
Topics Covered
7-2
Over a Century of Capital Market History in
One Easy Lesson
Measuring Portfolio Risk
Calculating Portfolio Risk
How Individual Securiti
FM 2555A
Chapter 8 Practice Exercises
Problems below, unless indicated otherwise, were taken from Brealey, R. (2017),
Principles of Corporate Finance, 12th edition, McGraw-Hill Education, New York.
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Chapter 08 - Portfolio Theory and the Capital Asset Pricing Model
Chapter 8 Portfolio Theory and the Capital Asset Pricing Model
OVERVIEW
This is a very important chapter as it deals with portfolio th
Chapter 07 - Introduction to Risk and Return
Chapter 7 Introduction to Risk and Return
OVERVIEW
This chapter provides a historical overview of return and risk for various securities like stocks, bonds