Assignment Four with Answers
Problems from Chapters 15 and 16
Due March 28, 2017
Problems from Chapter 15
2. An investor has $25,000 that he can invest today. In addition to this amount, he can also invest
$12,000 per year for 30 years (beginning one year
MGT313 PSP2 Homework Set #3
Projects, Breakeven Analysis
Each problem is worth up to 10 points each for a maximum of 60 points for the set.
1. Benham Instruments. A construction project has the steps shown in the table below.
a) Draw the network diagram,
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Identity crisis
Have you ever asked yourself who you are? Why youre here? What your purpose is? If
you answered yes to any of these, chances are you might be going through an identity crisis.
Many tee
First National Bank charges 12.4 percent compounded monthly on its business loans. First United Bank char
12.5 percent compounded semiannually. As a potential borrower, you decide to compare their effective annu
rates. First National Bank's business loans
On December 31 you bought $ 4,000 supply of paper to print books and a book printer, which cost $100,000. T
100,000 for the printer immediately, by taking a long-term loan at 6% APR. You will depreciate the printer over 60
In January you used 20% of you p
Question 6.1
Stock Split
$50/share
Outstanding
200 shares
Pre Split :
Mkt Cap =
50*20
Post Split:
1000*5/4 =
P=
12500
12500/10000
Question 6.3 Total Assets
5000000
Total Debt
2800000
P/S 8%
400000
Outstanding
50,000
Total Liab. Without C/S
Book Value = TA
8-16
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Assignment Three with answers
Problems from Chapters 9 and 10
Due Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Problems from Chapter 9
1. A U.S. bank converted $1 million to Swiss francs to make a Swiss franc loan to a valued
corporate customer when the exchange rate was 1
2. An investor has $25,000 that he can invest today. In addition to this amount, he can also invest $12,000 per year for 30 years (beginning one
year from now) at which time he will retire. He plans on living for 25 years after he retires. If interest rat
Solutions to Assignment One
Financial Institutions and Markets
Spring 2017/De
Problems on Money Markets
1. If a $10,000 par T-Bill has a 3.75% discount quote and a 90-day maturity, what is the price
of the T-Bill to the nearest dollar?
A. $9,625
B. $9,906
Solutions to Assignment on Chapters Seven and Eight
Due February 7, 2016
Problems from Chapter Seven
1. You purchase a $255,000 house and you pay 20% down. You obtain a fixed-rate mortgage
where the annual interest rate is 5.85% and there are 360 monthly
Net Profit?
CoGs
Tax rate
Scenarios
Net Sales
Cost of Goods Sold
Gross Profit
General and Admin.
Marketing
Depreciation
EBIT
Interest
Earnings before Taxes
Taxes (@ 25% rate)
Net Profit
50%
25%
Base case
$ 1,200,000
Best Case
#
Worst case
$800,000
Best Ca
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Probability
State of Economy of State
Recession
0.200
Normal
0.350
Boom
0.450
1.000
Stock A
-6.0%
11.0%
26.0%
Expected Rtn
Find the Expected Return of Stock A
A
The expected return of an asset is the sum of the probab
BOND X
a) Coupons
Present Value
number periods
$85.49
Par Value
Present Value
$933.51
2
number periods
2
rate
3.50%
rate
Payments
$45.00
Future Value
$65.54
Par Value
Present Value
$915.73
2
number periods
2
Total
Sum
$1,019.00
Total
Sum
$981.27
Zero Coupon Bonds
a)
Coupons
Present Value
number periods
$0.00
Par Value
Present Value
$481.02
15
number periods
15
rate
rate
Payments
b)
5.00%
$0.00
Future Value
Present Value
$481.02
Capital Required
14,000,000
Bonds R
BOND X
a) Coupons
Present Value
number periods
$760.07
Par Value
Present Value
$408.84
26
number periods
26
rate
3.50%
rate
Payments
$45.00
Future Value
Total
Sum
$1,168.90
Total
Sum
$848.53
3.50%
$1,000.00
b) BOND Y
a) Coupons
Present Value
numb
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Galaxy Interiors
2011 Income Statement
($ in Millions)
Net Sales
Cost of Goods Sold
Depreciation
EBIT
Interest
Taxes
Net Income
21,415
16,409
1,611
3,395
1,282
740
1,373
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2011 Cash Flow
($ in Millions)
21,415
16,409
5,006
1,282
740
2,984
G
Rate of Return
State of
Probability Stock L
Economy
Recession
-20%
50%
Boom
70%
50%
100%
Rate of Return
Product
Stock L
Stock U
-10%
35%
25%
30%
10%
15%
5%
20%
Rate of Return
State of
Probability Stock L
Economy
Recession
-20%
80%
Boom
70%
20%
100%
Rate o