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Resolution Frameworks for Islamic Banks
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NBER WORKING PAPER SERIES
THE FINTECH OPPORTUNITY
Thomas Philippon
Working Paper 22476
http:/www.nber.org/papers/w22476
NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH
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Cambridge, MA 02138
August 2016
This paper was prepared for the 2016 Ann
FORD MOTOR
COMPANY
Valeriya Bardarova, Giulio Marconi, Chaoran Sun,
Theocharis Dionysiou, Haohui Lin.
Ford Motor Co.
Founded
Headquarters
CEO
Market
Capitalisation
Revenue
1903
Dearborn,
Michigan, US
Mark
Fields
$46.3 Billion
US$149.5
bil (2015)
US$144.0
Answer the following questions:
1. An important way in which the BoE decreases the money supply is by selling bonds to the
public. Explain what effect this action has on interest rates.
When the Fed sells bonds to the public, it increases the supply of bo
Nave Model
Time period (day)
Volume of garbage collected
(in cubic meters)
t
Xt
July 3 let x = 1
July 4 let x = 2
July 5 let x = 3
July 6 let x = 4
July 7 let x = 5
July 8 let x = 6
July 9 let x = 7
July 10 let x = 8
July 11 let x = 9
July 12 let x = 10
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Time period (day)
July 3 let x = 1
July 4 let x = 2
July 5 let x = 3
July 6 let x = 4
July 7 let x = 5
July 8 let x = 6
July 9 let x = 7
July 10 let x = 8
July 11 let x = 9
July 12 let x = 10
July 13 let x = 11
July 14 let x = 12
July 15 let x = 13
July 1
Volume of garbage collected
(in cubic meters)
Time period (day)
July 3 let x = 1
July 4 let x = 2
July 5 let x = 3
July 6 let x = 4
July 7 let x = 5
July 8 let x = 6
July 9 let x = 7
July 10 let x = 8
July 11 let x = 9
July 12 let x = 10
July 13 let x = 1
BMATH 3
SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR GROUP OUTPUT 1:
CONSTANT LEVEL PROFILE:
1. Find the forecast value using each of the following models: Use _.
a. Nave
b. 3 period SMA
c. 3 period WMA (assign your own weights)
d. SES
i. First determine the best-fitting al
Period
(day)
t
July 3 let x = 1
July 4 let x = 2
July 5 let x = 3
July 6 let x = 4
July 7 let x = 5
July 8 let x = 6
July 9 let x = 7
July 10 let x = 8
July 11 let x = 9
July 12 let x = 10
July 13 let x = 11
July 14 let x = 12
July 15 let x = 13
July 16 l
Group Activity in
BMATH3
MWF 12:30-1:30 P.M.
Group 4
Leader: Rodlen P. Bojos
Members:
Patricia Bernadas
Joman M. Cordero
Bianca Angela de Paula
1. Two sets of Time Series Data
A. Constant Level Data: Volume of Garbage Collected Daily
B. Linear Trend Data:
Volu
me of
garba
ge
collec
Date ted
(in
cubic
meter
s)
1
774
Volume
of
garbage
collecte
d
Time
period
(day)
Volume of garbage collected
900
800
700
(in
cubic
meters)
f(x) = - 0.7262125903x + 648.2623529412
600
500
400
July 3
774.29
let x = 1
300
200
2
719
The most accurate forecast model for the constant level data given the Nave model, Simple
Moving Average, Weighted Moving Average and Simple Exponential Smoothing using the Mean
Squared Error as measurement for accuracy is the Simple Exponential Smoothing
Group Activity
in BMATH3
MWF 12:30-1:30 P.M.
Group 4
Leader: Rodlen P. Bojos
Members:
Patricia Bernadas
Joman M. Cordero
Bianca Angela de Paula
Best-fitting Alpha
=0.1
Period (day)
t
July 3 let x = 1
July 4 let x = 2
July 5 let x = 3
July 6 let x = 4
July
.
Required return
Answer: e
Diff: E
.
Required return
Answer: d
Diff: E
.
Required return
Answer: a
Diff: E
The total return is made up of a dividend yield and capital gains yield.
For Stock A, the total required return is 10 percent and its capital
gains
Multiple Choice: Conceptual
Easy:
Interest rates
1
.
longer; smaller.
shorter; larger.
longer; greater.
shorter; smaller.
Statements c and d are correct.
Interest rates and bond prices
.
Diff: E
One of the basic relationships in interest rate theory is th
Risk and return
1
.
AAA
BBB
BBB
AAA
BBB
Yield curve
.
Diff: E
Your uncle would like to limit his interest rate risk and his default
risk, but he would still like to invest in corporate bonds. Which of the
possible bonds listed below best satisfies your un
.
Interest rates
Answer: e
Diff: E
.
Interest rates and bond prices
Answer: c
Diff: E
Statement a is false; just the reverse is true. Statement b is false;
the 15-year bond is selling at a discount because its coupon payment is
less than the YTM.
Statemen
.
Risk concepts
Answer: e
Diff: E
.
Risk measures
Answer: a
Diff: E
Statement a is correct, since the coefficient of variation is equal to
the standard deviation divided by the mean.
The remaining statements
are false.
.
Market risk premium
CAPM equation:
.
Financial markets
Answer: d
Diff: E
.
Financial markets
Answer: c
Diff: E
Statement a is false; this describes the over-the-counter market.
Statement b is false; this is a secondary market transaction. Statement
c is true; therefore, the other statement
Risk and return
.
Answer: d
Diff: E
Yield curve
Answer: a
Diff: E
If the expectations theory holds, the Treasury yield curve must
downward sloping.
Since everyone is expecting inflation to
declining, then the average inflation rate for the next 5 years wi
MAN 303B Quiz 3
Fall 2005
November 29, 2005
Name:
Student No:
Honor Pledge: I have neither given nor received an unauthorized aid on this
assignment.
Signature:.
PART 1: Multiple Choice Questions. (9 pts each)
(1)
The real risk-free rate of interest, k*,
MBA Banking & Asset Management
International Exchange Students
Valuation of Common Stock,
Investment Styles
& Value Investing
Prof. Dr. Bernd Muehlfriedel, CFA
Saint-Petersburg State University of
Economics, St. Petersburg
March 3-7, 2014
03-14
Prof. Dr.
Facts of the Swiss
Economy
Alwine Djadischtschew, Daniel Fehling, Slobodan Portic, Matea Veselcic
Agenda
1) Mentality
2) Main information of economy
3) FDI structure
4) M&A in Switzerland
5) Real Estate
Mentality
Small country but 4 different languages 4
By: Tom Martinek
Sari-Anne Peltola
Kathrin Schmidt
reserved nature
polite and modest
high value on their privacy
family is very close and first priority
Practical, logical, efficient thinking
hard-working
Importance of planning security, avoid
uncertainty
M&A in USA
Business Mentality and M&A Market
General Facts about the United
States
Area: 9.626.675 km
(4th largest)
Population:
317.208.000
GDP (per capita):
16,724 trillion USD
(52.839 USD)
Public debt: $16,433
trillion
USA historical, political and
cult
characteristics of M&Ain china
Sun Yanqing
Agenda
Three sections
1The entire
process
Fiji Embassy
2What is china
basics
Economics
Problems
3. comprehensively
deepening reform
Reception
1guide handbook
2welcome
3meeting
4 dinner
5visiting
Guide handbook
we
M&A in Germany
Julia Klink, Ben Rainow, Antonia Greiner
07. 12.2013
Agenda
1. Business mentality in Germany
2. M&A figures & facts
3. M&A in the real estate sector
2
Germany is permanetly growing
SchleswigHolstein
Introduction
Bremen
MecklenburgVorpommern