THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF FINANCE AND APPLIED STATISTICS
Mid-Semester Examination
FINM1001 MONEY MARKETS AND FINANCE
Study period: 15 minutes
Writing period: 90 minutes
Permitted materials:
Calculator - non-programmable
Dictionary
INSTR
FINM7006: Foundations of Finance
Tutorial 2 Solutions
Question One
Calculate the future value of $500 invested today for a period of 4 years at an interest
rate of 10% p.a. compounded annually. Show how and discuss why your answer
would change if interest
FINM1001 Foundations of Finance
Tutorial 2 Questions
Question One
Calculate the future value of $500 invested today for a period of 4 years at an interest
rate of 10% p.a. compounded annually. Show how and discuss why your answer
would change if interest
THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF FINANCE AND APPLIED STATISTICS
Mid-Semester Examination
FINM1001
Study period: 15 minutes
Writing period: 90 minutes
Permitted materials:
Calculator - non-programmable
INSTRUCTIONS:
1. This exam paper comprises
FINM1001: Foundations of Finance
Tutorial 3 Solutions
Question One
Describe the characteristics of a corporation that differentiate it from other forms of
business organization such as partnerships and sole proprietorships?
The corporation differs from ot
FINM1001: Foundations of Finance
Tutorial 3 Questions
Question One
Describe the characteristics of a corporation that differentiate it from other forms of
business organization such as partnerships and sole proprietorships?
Question Two
What is meant if a
MKTG2203 Quiz 1
30 Multiple Choice Questions circle the letter of your answer
1. Marketing involves
a. a mutual exchange of value between a customer and an organisation.
b. creating, communicating and delivering a good, service or idea.
c. individuals and
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Student: _
1.
_ are the dominant form of investing in securities markets for most individuals and _ have
enjoyed far greater growth rate in the last decade.
A. Hedge funds; hedge funds
B. Mutual funds; hedge funds
C. Hedge funds; mutual funds
D. Mutu
FINM1001: Foundations of Finance
Tutorial 2 Solutions
Question One
Calculate the future value of $500 invested today for a period of 4 years at an interest
rate of 10% p.a. compounded annually. Show how and discuss why your answer
would change if interest
ch20
Student: _
1.
The price that the buyer of a call option pays to acquire the option is called the
A. strike price
B. exercise price
C. execution price
D. acquisition price
E. premium
2.
The price that the writer of a call option receives to sell the o
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Student: _
1.
The duration of a bond is a function of the bond's
A. coupon rate.
B. yield to maturity.
C. time to maturity.
D. all of the above.
E. none of the above.
2.
Ceteris paribus, the duration of a bond is positively correlated with the bond's
ch27
Student: _
1.
In the Treynor-Black model
A.portfolio weight are sensitive to large alpha values which can lead to infeasible long or short position for
many portfolio managers.
B portfolio weight are not sensitive to large alpha values which can lead
`2MKTG2203 Quiz 2
30 Multiple Choice Questions circle the letter of your selected answer
1. The four major types of business markets are
a. Producer markets, consumer markets, government markets, institutional markets
b. Producer markets, government marke
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Student: _
1.
Trading activity by mutual funds just prior to quarterly reporting dates is known as
A. insider trading.
B. program trading.
C. passive security selection.
D. window dressing.
E. none of the above.
2.
Window dressing is
A. also known as
Foundations of Finance
Lecture 9
Arbitrage: Forwards and Futures
Contracts (Part A)
Reading: pp. 404 - 425
1. Lecture Overview
In the course of todays lecture we will discuss forward and
futures contracts. These contracts belong to a larger class
of instr
Foundations of Finance
Lecture 5
The Time Value of Money: Making
Investment Decisions
Lecture Readings: Foundations of Finance, pp. 197-201, 220-223
1. Lecture Overview
In this lecture, we will discuss how to use the
time value of money concepts introduce
FINM7006: Foundations of Finance
Tutorial 4 Solutions
Question One
Describe the difference between a coupon-paying bond and a discount security.
A coupon-paying bond is a debt instrument that pays the lender periodic (almost
always six-monthly) coupons (i
FINM7006: Foundations of Finance
Tutorial 5 Solutions
Question One
Two investment projects have been identified and the net cash flows for each appear
below. The required rate of return is 10% p.a. for each. Calculate the NPV for each
project and advise w
SOLTUIONS TO MID-SEMESTER EXAM 2003
Question 1 (6 marks)
Question:
Your friend Ash has just received a phone call from DCB Bank informing him that his
application for a $250,000 loan has been approved. In his excitement at receiving the
good news, Ash for
THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF FINANCE AND APPLIED STATISTICS
Second Semester
Mid-Semester Examination 2004
MONEY MARKETS AND FINANCE
Study period: 15 minutes
Writing period: 90 minutes
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THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF FINANCE AND APPLIED STATISTICS
First Semester
Mid-Semester Examination 2007
MONEY MARKETS AND FINANCE
Study period: 15 minutes
Writing period: 90 minutes
Permitted materials:
Calculator - non-programmable
Dicti
THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF FINANCE AND APPLIED STATISTICS
Second Semester 2009
Mid-Semester Examination
FINM1001 MONEY MARKETS AND FINANCE
Study Time: 15 minutes
Writing Time: 90 minutes
Permitted materials:
Non-Programmable Calculator
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National
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THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
RESEARCH SCHOOL OF FINANCE, ACTUARIAL STUDIES AND
APPLIED STATISTICS
Mid semester Examination
Semester 2, 2013
FINM7006 FOUNDATIONS OF FINANCE
Study Time: 15 minutes
Writi
Question 1 (6 marks)
Question
Answer BOTH parts of this question:
a) You have just purchased a newly issued 90-day bank-accepted bill with a face
value of $100,000. Given you paid exactly $99,000 for the bill, what was your
annual nominal required rate of
Question 1
Students are to answer ALL parts of this question:
a) Find the price of a 9%, $100 Commonwealth Government bond with exactly 6 and
one quarter years to maturity given a required rate of return of 6% p.a.
C =$100 x
0.09
2
=$4.50
- (1.03) - 12 $1
Foundations of Finance
Lecture 6
Diversification: Defining Risk
and Understanding its Relationship
with Return
Lecture Readings: Foundations of Finance, pp. 235-238, 242-248, 286-298
1. Lecture Overview
In todays lecture, we will introduce the
concept of
Foundations of Finance
Lecture 1
Course Overview and
An Introduction to Financial Markets
Lecture Readings: Foundations of Finance, Module 1, pp. 1-22.
Administration I
Lecturer for the semester:
Dr Jozef Drienko
jozef.drienko@anu.edu.au
Phone: 6125 7
FINM1001: Foundations of Finance
Tutorial 4 Questions
Question One
Describe the difference between a coupon-paying bond and a discount security.
Question Two
Calculate the price of a 90-day bank accepted bill quoted as having a yield of 10%
p.a.
Question
FINM1001: Foundations of Finance
Tutorial 5 Questions
Question One
Two investment projects have been identified and the net cash flows for each appear
below. The required rate of return is 10% p.a. for each. Calculate the NPV for each
project and advise w
FINM1001: Foundations of Finance
Tutorial 6 Questions
Question One
What is a probability and how can we relate it to share returns?
Question Two
Define the terms expected value and standard deviation. In providing your answer,
show how these terms relate
Foundations of Finance
Lecture 12
Arbitrage: Options, Forwards and
Futures Contracts as Tools for Risk
Management
Reading: pp. 434-437, 443 (Hedging with Derivatives) 456 (Omit swaps), 459.
1. Lecture Overview
Today, we will focus on how we can use
deriva
Foundations of Finance
Lecture 8
Diversification: The Capital Asset Pricing
Model (CAPM) and the Required Rate of
Return for Risk
Lecture Readings: Foundations of Finance, pp. 265-275, 306-317, 349-364.
1. Lecture Overview
In this lecture, we will use the
Foundations of Finance
Lecture 6
Diversification: Defining Risk
and Understanding its Relationship
with Return
Lecture Readings: Foundations of Finance, pp. 235-238, 242-248, 286-298
1. Lecture Overview
In todays lecture, we will introduce the
concept of
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National
Universuy
RESEARCH SCHOOL OF FINANCE, ACTUARIAL STUDIES
AND APPLIED STATISTECS
First Semester, 2014
Mid-Semester Examination
FOUNDATIONS or FINANCE
(FIND/[1001)
Writing period: 90 minutes duration
Study period: 15 minutes duration
Pe
FINM1001 Foundations of Finance
Tutorial Quiz 5: Model Solution
Question:
Draw the payoff and overall profit diagrams for a
long position in a European put option given a strike
price on the option of $6 and a premium of $0.55
paid at the time the option