Handout: Numerical Example in Video 10-2
Suppose that this years money supply is $50 billion, nominal GDP is $1 trillion,
and real GDP is $500 billion
a) What is price level? What is the velocity of m
HANDOUT 4 1 SOLUTION
ADJUSTING ENTRIES AND
POSTING TO T-ACCOUNTS
Prepare the required adjusting journal entry for each situation as of December 31 of the current year. See
the last page for the unadju
HANDOUT 1 3 SOLUTION STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS Match each activity to its classification
on the statement of cash flows:
Activity
a.
Cash paid to suppliers and
employees
b.
Cash paid to purchase
equipme
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Req. 1
a.
b.
c.
d.
Deferred expense
Accrued expense
Deferred revenue
Deferred expense
e.
f.
g.
h.
Deferred revenue
Accrued expense
Accrued expense
Accrued revenue
Req. 2
a.
1,600
Insurance expense
Price to Earnings Ratio
Advantages:
Earnings are key drivers of stock value.
The ratio is simple to calculate and widely used in the industry.
According to empirical research, differences in P/E ra
Qualitative Characteristics of Financial Information
inShare
Financial information has several qualities that make it useful.
These qualities are outlined in Chapter 3 of the Conceptual Framework for
Answers Assignment 2 MFIN 603 Macroeconomics
1. Answer the following related to business cycle measurement
(a)
Explain the difference between an impulse and the propagation
mechanism in the context of
Assignment 1 Answers
MFin 603 Macroeconomics
Part 1
Consider the 2011 summary of the National Income and Product Accounts
administered by the U.S. Commerce Departments Bureau of Economic
Analysis, pub
MFin 603 (Macroeconomics) Assignment 4
1.
Answers
Show graphically and discuss the effect of an exogenous increase in money demand in the
Keynesian model with fixed prices for goods.
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Y
F(N, Ka, Fa
MFin 603 (Macroeconomics)
1.
Assignment 3
ANSWERS
In the IS/LM model, show graphically, discuss in words, and derive algebraically the effect
on aggregate income and the interest rate of:
(a)
an exoge
Oleksandr Romanko
Senior Research Analyst, Risk Analytics Business Analytics, IBM
May 10, 2016
Computational Finance
Lecture 2 Review of Matlab, Linear
Algebra and Matrix Computations
MFIN 706
Lecture
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Appendix A: Basic Linear Algebra Concepts
APPENDIX
A
Basic Linear
Algebra Concepts
his appendix pr
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Appendix C: Introduction to MATLAB
APPENDIX
C
Introduction to MATLAB
ATLAB is an interactive comp
Handout
Review of Linear Algebra, Derivatives and Convexity
MFIN 706
May 10, 2016
Review of derivatives, gradients and Hessians:
Given a function f of n variables x1 , x2 , . . . , xn , we use the fo
Return Calculations
Eric Zivot
The Time Value of Money
Future Value
$ invested for years at simple interest rate per year
Compounding of interest occurs at end of year
= $ (1 + )
where is future va