Homework #5: Risk and Return, Options
FIN 301, Winter 2016
Due by 4pm on March 30
Problem 1
Consider the following information about three stocks:
State of Economy
Boom
Average
Recession
Probability of
State of Economy
0.3
0.4
0.3
Rate of Return if State
Homework #3: Equity Valuation
FIN 301, Winter 2016
DUE DATE: 4pm on February 22
Original Due date: 4pm on February 12 (from Syllabus)
Note: If not otherwise stated, assume that:
Firms make annual dividend payments
Stock prices are the present value of a
Homework #4: Project Valuation
FIN 301, Winter 2016
Due by 4pm on March 7
Problem 1
You have the following projects available:
Time Period
0
1
2
3
4
5
Discount Rate
Payback Period
PI
NPV
IRR1
IRR2 (if it exists)
Project A
-$100,000
$70,000
$30,000
$25,000
University of Alberta
School of Business
Department of Finance and Statistical Analysis
FIN 301
Introduction to Finance
Winter 2014
1. Lectures and Seminars/Labs
Lectures
Instructor
Office
Phone
E-mail
Office Hours
Lukas Roth
BUS 2-32E
780-492-4431
fin301
Syllabus
FIN 412 Investment Principles
Winter Term 2014 Lec B1
Instructor: Akiko Watanabe
Lectures: Tue/Thu 12:30-13:50 at BUS 1-06
Office Hours: Tue 13:50-15:30 at BUS 3-30A
E-Mail: akiko.watanabe@ualberta.ca
Course Description:
The objective of this cou
Introduccin
La contabilidad es una prctica esttica, rara vez se instituye un cambio, as que cuando se
realizan cambios en la contabilidad, es una gran cosa. Los cambios en los principios contables,
en las estimaciones contables y en la entidad que informa
BUSINESS FINANCE 320
FALL, 2002
Mr. Neal Turner
3249 Schneider Hall
Office Phone: 387-5794 (MESSAGES ANSWERED TWICE A WEEK - Include best times
to return call in your message)
Home Phone: Don't even think about it (except for family emergencies or illness
Solution Set 3
Foundations of Finance
Problem Set 3 Solution
I.
Expected Return, Return Standard Deviation, Covariance and Portfolios:
State
Probability
Asset A
Asset B
Riskless Asset
Boom
0.25
24%
14%
7%
Normal Growth
0.5
18%
9%
7%
Recession
0.25
2%
5%
7
Finance Problems Practice Set.
1.
Find the future value if $500 is placed in an account at 6% simple interest for 2 years.
2.
Find the future value if $750 is placed into an account at 4.5% simple interest for 30
months.
3.
Suppose $400 grew into $500 in
Solution Set 3
Foundations of Finance
Problem Set 3 Solution.
I.
Expected Return, Return Standard Deviation, Covariance and Portfolios (cont):
State
Probability
Asset A
Asset B
Riskless Asset
Boom
0.25
24%
14%
7%
Normal Growth
0.5
18%
9%
7%
Recession
0.25
Buad 195
Chapter 3 Extra Solutions
Problem 17
Page 1 of 2
Bryan Corporation
a. Current ratio
Current assets
$ 650 , 000
2 .6
Current liabilitie s $ 250 , 000
b. Quick ratio Current assets - inventory $300 ,000 1.2
Current liabilitie s
$250 ,000
c. Deb
Midterm Examination, BUS312, D1
NAME: _
SFU Student number:
_
Instructions: For qualitative questions, point form is not an acceptable answer. For
quantitative questions, an indication of how you arrived at particular numbers is required
for the purpose o
Dr. Sudhakar Raju
FN 6100
PRACTICE EXAM QUESTIONS ON TIME VALUE OF MONEY
1). Trisha invests $3,000 today at a 9% p.a rate of return. She wants to have $24,000 to
give to her granddaughter for college 16 years from now. Which one of the following
statement
BUSI 4500 web course
Spring 2016
Quiz 2: Stocks & Bonds
Time: 120 minutes
[Total 20 questions each worth 5 points]
1. Suppose you purchase a zero coupon bond with face value $1 ,000, maturing in 20
years, for $214.51. What is the implicit interest, in dol
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Faculty of Business Administration
B4500 Corporate Finance
MID ll Spring 2015
Student Name &1 M
Student Number : SQ LOT! 0“ SET
Instructions:
. This exam has 30 multiple-choice problem solving questions, and some may
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1. You are considering two annuities, both of which make total annuity payments of
$10,000 over their life. Which would be worth more today, annuity A which pays
$1,000 at the end of each year for the next 10 years, or annuity B which pays $775 at
the end
MGMT 3412B Midterm 2
Conceptual: (50% of the total grade, 50 points)
Multiple choice questions (2 points each)
1- If interest rates are expected to rise, you would expect:
a. bond prices to fall more than stock prices.
b. bond prices to rise more than sto
58.You just won the lottery and want to put some money away for your child's college education. College
will cost $65,000 in 18 years. You can earn 8% compounded annually. How much do you need to
invest today?
A)
$9,828.18
B)
$11,763.07
C)
$13,690.82
D)
$
CRISIS MANAGEMENT
Key issues
Crisis Management
Crisis management is the process by which
an organization deals with a major
unpredictable event that threatens to harm
the organization, its stakeholders, or the
general public
Elements of a Crisis
Three ele
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No securities regulatory authority has expressed an opinion about these securities and it is an offence to claim otherwise. This prospectus constitutes a public offering of these securities only in those
jurisdictions where they may be lawfully offered fo
FIN 604
Prac,ce of Investment Banking
Financial Markets
Financial Markets
Securi,es is a key element in the ecient transfer of capital
from savers to the user.
Benet of nancial products depend on the existenc
FIN 604
Prac,ce of Investment Banking
Investment Banking: Overview
Organiza,on within Investment Dealers
Investment
Banking
Investment Banking Group
Organized by industry groups such as:
Industrials, Mini
FIN 604
Prac,ce of Investment Banking
Investment Companies
Investment Companies
Collect funds and from individuals and invest those funds in a
poten,ally wide range of securi,es or other assets.
Investor has a
FIN 604
Prac,ce of Investment Banking
Valua,on Discussions
Comparable Company Analysis
Primary methodologies used for valuing a given focus
company, also called target.
Used as a benchmark against which ban
FIN 604
Prac,ce of Investment Banking
Leveraged Buyouts and M&A
Leveraged Buyouts (LBOs)
Acquisi,on of a company, division, business or collec,on of
assets (targets) using debt to nance a large por,on of t
FIN 604: Practice of Investment Banking
Dr. Amit Monga
Executive Professor of Finance, Alberta School of Business
amonga@ualberta.ca
Twitter: @dramitmonga
Day 1 May 18, 2016
Understanding capital markets
Investment banking overview
Taking a comp
FIN 604
Prac,ce of Investment Banking
The IPO Process
What is an IPO?
An ini,al public oering (IPO) is the rst sale of a
corpora,on's common shares to public investors.
The main purpose of an IPO is to
Question 1:
Department A 120h
Department B 160h
Materials 90m
Total Profit=10SI+10SO+23P
Shirts=2A+B+2M
Shorts=2A+3B+M
Pants=3A+4B+4B
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Question 2
P+T6*144/ 9 =96
0.5PT
Total Profits=o.28P+0.19
Question 3
I=250000$=M+S+A+D+N
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