RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS PROJECT
Oxford Brookes University Bsc (Hons) in Applied Accounting
TOPIC 8
FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF
PAKISTAN STATE OIL COMPANY LTD.
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Importance of cultural diversity
The world is shaped by the complex factors, and culture is one of the factors, which is
powerful force that acts on us. Kevin Avruch, an anthropologist, asserts that, culture
provides lens in which the individuals view the
Financial Analysis and Valuation
Financial valuation template for Students.
This template will form the basis for the financial valuation of a company of your choice. The template uses Vodafone PLC
company for purposes of demonstrating the use of the mode
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The cost of raising capital in the debt markets is summarized by the yield to maturity of a debt instrument.
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8.) Calculating OCF. Hammett, Inc., has sales of $34,630, costs of $10,340, depreciation expense of
$2,520, and interest expense of $1,750. If the tax rate is 35 percent, what is the operating cash flow, or
OCF?
CALCULATING THE OPERATING CASH FLOW
sales
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AP Macroeconomics, Chapter 7 (Consumers, Producers, and the Efficiency of Markets)
Practice Problems Principles of Economics, Fourth Edition, Greg Mankiw
Directions: Completely answer each question on lined notebook paper. Make sure to fully explain when
1. A business man has a large amount of money to invest. One strategy is to buy up a number
of smaller firms in different fields and combine them into one larger firm. In doing so, the
business man can follow two general strategies; allow the firms to ope
COST ACCOUNTING
ACCT301
Assignment 2
1. Name the definitions given below:
(1.5 Marks)
_
1.
Technique that examines changes in profits in response to changes in
sales volumes, costs, and prices.
_
2.
Percent by which the selling price (or revenue) per unit
ME - Tutorial 2
1. Luna Biotech has accumulated cash of $10
million. It commenced a $10 million R&D project
to develop a new drug to treat a rare disease.
The new drug is expected to generate revenue of
$20 million. So far, Luna Biotech has already
spent
Tutorial 7 Solution
Solution Q1&Q2.
Solution Q3.
Solution Q4: answers are below:
a) True; customers and quantity demanded are synonymous in this case, and there is an inverse relationship
between Q and P (law of demand) and as seen by the negative price e
ME - Tutorial 9
ME - Tutorial 9
Q1. A firms production function is:
Q = 250K0.7L0.3
Verify that APL = MPL when APL is maximized.
Q1. A firms production function is:
Q = 250K0.7L0.3
Verify that APL = MPL when APL is maximized.
Q2. Suppose that you are give
Tut 6 Solution
SOLUTIONS
Q1.
Q2. A) Q = 2.02P + 17.8, P = Q/2.02 8.8
B) Plot some points (Easy)
Q3. Easy
Q4. For consumer and industrial products, market demand is influenced by price, the price of substitutes
and complements, product quality, advertising
ME Tutorial 3
ME Tutorial 3
Q1. Calculate the present value of Rs. 600
A.
Received 1 year from now
B.
Received at the end of 5 years
C.
Received at the end of 15 years
Assume 5% time preference rate/interest rate.
Q1. Calculate the present value of Rs. 60
ME Tutorial 14 Solution
Solution Q1:
c. The perfectly competitive long-run equilibrium price is defined as
P = MC = ATC
d.
Solution Q2.
a) To maximize profits under price discrimination, the producer will set prices so that MC = MR in each
market. Thus, M
ME - Tutorial 8
Q1. An investigation into the sales of burgers per day
in the following random cities has supplied the
following data:
Towns Burgers / day (Q) Price (P) in Rs.
1
100
15
2
90
18
3
85
19
4
110
14
5
120
13
6
90
19
7
105
16
8
100
14
Use simple
ME Tutorial 05
Q1. True or false: Assume the price of pizza is $2.00 and
the price of Beer is $1.00 and that at your current
levels of consumption, the Marginal Utility from pizza
is 10 and the Marginal Utility from beer is 6. You can
increase total utili
ME Tutorial 6
ME Tutorial 6
Q1. Hershey Foods is considering an investment in a new
KWIK wrapping machine. The machine has an initial
cost (net investment) of $2.5 million. It is expected to
produce cost savings from reduced labor and to
generate addition
ME Tutorial 7
ME Tutorial 7
Q1. At a price of Rs 25, the quantity demanded of good X is
500 units. Suppose that the price elasticity of demand
is -1.85. If the price of the good increases to Rs 26, what
will be the new quantity demanded of this good?
Q1.
ME Tutorial Solution 11
Solution Q1
Solution Q2
Currently the firm must be using L = Q/K = 32/16 = 2 units of labor. Let the factor prices of
capital and labor be, respectively, r and w.
Its total expenditure is C = wL + rK = 2(2) + 4(16) = 68.
If it were
ME Tutorial 10 Solution
Solution Q1.
d. same concept as part (a)
Solution Q2.
i) Isoquant.
ii) Plot the points on a graph, X axis as Labour & Y axis as Capital
Solution Q3.
Use formulae: P * MPL = w
After solving we will get L = 10,000 and
Profit = TR TC
ME Tutorial 14
ME Tutorial 14
Q1. Consider the monopolist that faces the
following market demand and total cost
functions:
Q = 22 P/5
TC = 100 10Q + Q2
a) Find the profit-maximizing price (Pm) and
output (Qm) for this firm. At this price
quantity combinat
ME Tutorial 4
Inflation, an Old Scourge, Plagues Argentina Again
BUENOS AIRES Damian Vsquez used to regularly update the prices of household cleaning products on the
sign outside his store. Today he often does not bother. Inflation has been causing prices
ME Tutorial 11
Q1. Let the price of labour per unit be equal to Rs. 10
and of capital be Rs. 100. The firm has a
production function Q = 10LK. Then
i.
What factor combination is optimally used
for output levels of 100Q, 200Q and 300Q?
ii.
What is the mini
ME Tutorial 12
ME Tutorial 12
Q1. Magik Bicycles wants to produce a new mountain
bike called Magikbike III and has forecasted the
following information.
Q1. Magik Bicycles wants to produce a new mountain
bike called Magikbike III and has forecasted the
fo
ME Tutorial 10
ME Tutorial 10
Q1. For each of the following production functions,
determine whether returns to scale are decreasing,
constant, or increasing
Q1. For each of the following production functions,
determine whether returns to scale are decreas