Ryerson University
CFIN300
Midterm Exam
Fall 2007
There are 2.0 hours in this exam.
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CHAPTER13
RETURN, RISK, AND THE SECURITY MARKET LINE
Learning Objectives
LO1
LO2
LO3
LO4
The calculation for expected returns and standard deviation for individual securities and portfolios.
The principle of diversification and the role of correlation.
Sy
CHAPTER18
SHORT-TERM FINANCE AND PLANNING
Learning Objectives
LO1
LO2
LO3
LO4
LO5
The operating and cash cycles and why they are important.
The different types of short-term financial policy.
The essentials of short-term financial planning.
The sources an
Ryerson University
CFIN300 Sections 6J0 & 6K0
Mid-Term Test
Winter 2011
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CHAPTER 10
Making Capital Investment Decisions
Learning Objectives
LO1
LO2
LO3
LO4
LO5
LO6
LO7
LO8
How to determine relevant cash flows for a proposed project.
How to project cash flows and determine if a project is acceptable.
How to calculate operating
CHAPTER19
CASH AND LIQUIDITY MANAGEMENT
Learning Objectives
LO1 The importance of float and how it affects the cash balances.
LO2 How firms manage their cash and some of the collection, concentration, and disbursement techniques used.
LO3 The advantages a
Ryerson University
CFIN300 Sections 610 & 620
Mid-Term Test
Fall 2009 Version 1
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Ryerson University
CFIN401
Final Exam Version A
Fall 2010
There are 3.0 hours in this exam.
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GRA 630 Chapter 3 Defining and Designing the Work
Role of the Line Manager
- Determines what work to be performed and in what order
- takes an active role in determining skills & abilities need to successfully perform
Relationship of Job Requirements
- Jo
FIN300
Managerial Finance
September 12th 2016
What is Finance?
Hybrid combo of economics, accounting, and statistics
Mathematical reasoning + $
Subfields of Finance:
Corporate Finance, Investments, Personal Finance, Financial Markets, Real Estate
Finance
FIN300
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December 5, 2016
Thinking About Risk
Message 1: Some risks look big and dangerous but are really diversifiable
If a risk is a unique risk, reflecting perils specific to a particular company, investors can
avoid that risk by combi
FIN300
Managerial Finance
September 13th 2016
Recap of Cash Flow:
CF Assets = CF Creditors + CF Shareholders
CF Assets = OCF Net Capital Spending Additions to NWC
OCF = Net Income + Depn + Interest Paid
Net Capital Spending = Net Fixed Assets (end) Net Fi
FIN300
Managerial Finance
October 31, 2016
Bond Definitions:
Governments and corporations borrow money for the long term by issuing securities
called bonds
Bondholders own the securities, have the rights to the cash flows described, and can
trade these fi
FIN300 Crib Sheet
Agency Problems: Resulting from the separation of management and ownership, conflicts of interest between the firms
owners (principals) and its managers (agents)
Can be reduced in several
ways: Compensation plans: firm stock and options,
FIN300
Managerial Finance
November 21, 2016
Computing Cash Flows
CFFA = OCF net capital spending additions to NWC
OCF = EBIT + depreciation taxes
OCF = (S-C)*(1-Tc) + D*TC
Capital Cost Allowance
CCA is depreciation for tax purposes
The depreciation expens
FIN300
Managerial Finance
November 14, 2016
Net Present Value
Capital Budgeting Decision
Determines which fixed assets to buy
Determines whether to launch a new product or enter a new market
Capital budgeting decisions can determine the success of the bus
FIN300
Managerial Finance
September 21, 2016
Basic Elements of Financial Planning
Investment in new assets -capital budgeting decisions
Degree of financial leverage -capital structure decisions
Liquidity requirements -net working capital decisions
Cash pa
FIN300
Managerial Finance
November 28, 2016
Random Walk
Security prices change without predictable trends or patterns
Stock prices seem to go up or down on any particular day, regardless of what has
occurred on previous days
Therefore, one cant use past p
FIN300
Managerial Finance
The coupon rate is not the interest rate
As time goes by, interest rate may change in the market, but coupon rate does not
change
There is an inverse relationship between bond price and interest rate
November 7, 2016
Stocks and t
Chapter 7
Equilibrium in the Flexible-Price Model
Overview
This chapter lays out the mechanics of the flexible-price model. It illustrates graphical
and algebraic solutions of the model, and presents a series of comparative statics exercises. A
solution o
Chapter 6
Building Blocks of the Flexible-Price Model
Overview
This chapter launches Part III of the text, in which a snapshot view of the economy
replaces the long-run view of economic growth offered in Part II. In Part III, a particular version
of the s
Business Statistics I
Dr. Changping Wang
4.2. Descriptive Statistics II-Measure of
Variability
We have discussed three most common measures of
central tendency: mean, median and mode.
Advantage of using mean: the mean is a reliable
measure because it take
Business Statistics I
Dr. Changping Wang
Chapter 4 Numerical Descriptive Measures
4.1. Descriptive Statistics I-Measures of Central Tendency
I) Arithmetic Mean (Average)
Session 4
Page 1
Business Statistics I
Dr. Changping Wang
Example 1
Session 4
Page 2
Business Statistics I
Dr. Changping Wang
2. Frequency Distribution
lass Frequency, f
A table that shows classes or intervals of data with a count of the number of entries in
each class.
The frequency, f, is the number of data entries in the class.
For e
Business Statistics I
Dr. Changping Wang
Chapter 1 Introduction and Data Collection
I) What is Data?
Data
Consist of information coming from observations, counts,
measurements, or responses.
People who eat three daily servings of whole grains have been
s