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question to get full credit.
The due date is Tue, Sep 22, 2009. Late homework will not be graded.
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CORPORATE FINANCE
FALL 2017
Prof. Jun Kyung Auh
School of Business
Yonsei University
1. BOND VALUATION
Bond
Type
Face Value
Coupon
Maturity
Price
A
Zero Coupon Bond
$100
0%
1 year
$90
B
Coupon Bond
$100
10%
2 year
$102.50
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Assignment 1 In all questions, SHOW your work to get full credit.
Question 1. Jack Sprat Wholesale Meats, Inc. is faced with the following
probability distribution for losses due to meat spoilage:
Possible
Losses
$0
$100
$1000
Probability
.20
.60
.20
a) W
Assignment 1 In all questions, SHOW your work to get full credit.
Question 1. Jack Sprat Wholesale Meats, Inc. is faced with the following
probability distribution for losses due to meat spoilage:
Possible
Losses
$0
$100
$1000
Probability
.20
.60
.20
a) W
Assignment 3 Due Nov 20th
1. Kelly is worried about the theft of her bike. Her bike is worth $100 and will be stolen
with a probability of 20%. If it gets stolen, shell replace it with another $100 bike.
She has $400 in other assets, for a total of $500 i
1. Imagine 100 students who own bicycles. Each bike is worth $200,
and a student will want to buy a new bike of equal value if his/hers
gets stolen. The probability of a given bike being stolen is 10%.
(a) What is the expected value (mean) and standard de
1. Imagine 100 students who own bicycles. Each bike is worth $200,
and a student will want to buy a new bike of equal value if his/hers
gets stolen. The probability of a given bike being stolen is 10%.
(a) What is the expected value (mean) and standard de
Assignment 3 Due Nov 13th
1. Kelly is worried about the theft of her bike. Her bike is worth $100 and will be stolen
with a probability of 20%. If it gets stolen, shell replace it with another $100 bike.
She has $400 in other assets, for a total of $500 i
Exercise Questions
Question 1. Consider a random variable X with sample space cfw_x 1, x2
and probability distribution p(x1)=p1 and p(x2)=p2.
a) Write down the formulas for E[X] and Var(X).
E[ X ] p1 x1 p 2 x 2
Var [ X ] p1 [ x1 E ( X )] 2 p 2 [ x 2 E ( X
1. Kelly is worried about the theft of her bike. Her bike is worth $100 and will be stolen
with a probability of 20%. If it gets stolen, shell replace it with another $100 bike.
She has $400 in other assets, for a total of $500 including the bike. She is
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1. Suppose that a liability insurance policy with a coverage
limit of $100,000 (i.e., the insurer will pay liability claims up to
$100,000) has a premium of $600. For each of the following
people, what is the
Chapter 3 problems
Basic
1. What is the difference between an IPO (initial public offering) and an SEO (seasoned
equity offering)? (L O 3-1)
first time a formerly privately owned company sells stock to the general public
issuance of stock by a company tha
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Corporate Finance
Prof. Auh
Problem Set - Preliminary: Solutions
1) You are comparing two annuities which offer quarterly payments of $2,500 for five
years and pay 0.75 percent interest per month. Annuity A will pay you on the first of
each mont
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(Bond yield)
6
2
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rc, ytm
1
2
r cF
rcF
t-1
rcF
t
rcF + F
(Bond)
(F): par value face value
, (rc ): Coupon rate
(C=rc F): ( Coupon payment)
(t): Maturity date
(YTM): Yield Yield to maturity
6
3
C
1
F
1
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Fall 2017
Corporate Finance
Prof. Auh
Problem Set II
This problem set is to get you prepared for the quiz II scheduled on 9/25. One of two problems will show
up in the quiz. They may not be identical but they will be very similar to these problems, and so
Fall 2017
Corporate Finance
Prof. Auh
Problem Set I
1) You are purchasing a 15 year, zero coupon bond with a face value of $1,000.
The yield to maturity is 6.6% based on annual coupon payments. What is the
current market price?
2) Company ABC offers a 6.5
Fall 2017
Corporate Finance
Prof. Auh
Problem Set - Preliminary
1) You are comparing two annuities which offer quarterly payments of $2,500 for five
years and pay 0.75 percent interest per month. Annuity A will pay you on the first of
each month while ann
Fall 2017
Corporate Finance
Prof. Auh
Problem Set II
This problem set is to get you prepared for the quiz II scheduled on 9/25. One of two problems will show
up in the quiz. They may not be identical but they will be very similar to these problems, and so
CORPORATE FINANCE
FALL 2017
Prof. Jun Kyung Auh
School of Business
Yonsei University
THE ROAD MAP
I.
Bond and stock valuation
II. Cost of capital
Risk and Return
III. Capital structure
IV. Corporate transactions
V. Option application
VI. Risk management
9
Fall 2017
Corporate Finance
Prof. Auh
Problem Set I: Solutions
1) You are purchasing a 15 year, zero coupon bond with a face value of $1000.
The yield to maturity is 6.6% based on annual coupon payments. What is the
current market price?
A zero coupon bon
CORPORATE FINANCE
FALL 2017
Prof. Jun Kyung Auh
School of Business
Yonsei University
THE ROAD MAP
I.
Bond and stock valuation
Stock valuation
II. Cost of capital
III. Capital structure
IV. Corporate transactions
V. Option application
VI. Risk management
9
1. Homer and Marge have initial wealth levels W = $10, 000 and are
subject to a potential loss of L = $7,500 each. They both have utility
functions u(W) = W. However, Homer is more risky than Marge. Homer's
probability of loss equals pS = 3/ 4 , while Mar