BRIEF SUMMARY
Respondents Profile:
The respondents covered by our group are from Gurgaon or nearby areas, most
of the respondents are Male (91%) and 86% of the respondents are associated
with service sector of Indian economy.
The respondents cover people
BRIEF SUMMARY
Respondents Profile:
The respondents covered by our group are from Gurgaon or nearby areas, most
of the respondents are Male (91%) and 86% of the respondents are associated
with service sector of Indian economy.
The respondents cover people
NAME/.
AGE/ .
Profession/ !.
Gender/ . / .
1.
a.
b.
c.
Do you have the following?
Smart Phone
YES / NO
Debit Card
YES / NO
Credit Card
YES / NO
Q2: Did you go to Bank in last two months after demonetization?
Q3: Were you able to withdraw money using chequ
Macroecono
mic Analysis
of Great
Britain after
Brexit
Term IV - Macroeconomics Project: Prof. Rupa Manjari S Ray
Submitted by Group - 1 (PGPM-PT April 2016)
Arun Yadav
:
Dinesh Kumar :
Harpreet Singh :
16PT1-10
16PT1-12
16PT1-13
Jitender Birhman
Manoj Kum
Chapter 10: Determining Cash Flows for Investment Analysis
Problem 1
Assumption: (1) It is assumed that the given annual cash inflows are after-tax. (2) ARR is
calculated as average cash profit divided by original investment. Alternatively, average
invest
Chapter 9: The Cost of Capital
Problem 1
Face value (Rs)
Before-tax Interest (Rs)
Period (years)
Discount
Underwriting
Premium (Rs)
Tax
After-tax interest (Rs)
Cash inflow (face value less discount &
underwriting commission)
14%
3%
3%
1000
140
7
30
30
30
Chapter 13: Real Options, Investment Strategy and Process
Problem 1
Ptoject cost (Rs crore)
PV of project's cash flows (Rs crore)
NPV (Rs crore)
Cost of expansion (Rs crore)
PV of cash flows of expansion (Rs crore)
Time period (years)
Standard deviation
R
Chapter 12: Risk Analysis in Capital Budgeting
Problem 1
(i) Project A
Project B
(ii) Project A
Project B
(iii) Project A
Project B
(iv) Project A
Project B
Expected
value
10,000
10,000
10,000
12,000
10,000
12,000
10,000
12,000
Standard
deviation
500
1,00
Chapter 7: Options and their Valuation
Problem 1
3-month call:
Exercise price, E
Current share price, S0
Share price at expiration, St
Pay-off
51
50
47
54
0
3
Problem 2
6-month call option (short):
Exercise price, E
Current share price, S0
Share price, St
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.649684353
R Square
0.422089758
Adjusted R Square
0.412125788
Standard Error
7.181278335
Observations
60
Intercept
BHEL Ret
Coefficients Standard Error
t Stat
-1.97180805 0.9503608899 -2.074799
0.904434745
Chapter 3: Valuation of Bonds and Shares
Problem 1
(1) 1-year government bond maturity value (Rs)
Market rate of interest
PV of the bond: 1,000/1.08 (Rs)
(2) Purchase price of bond (Rs)
Implied return: (1,000 904.98)/904.98
1,000
8%
925.93
904.98
10.50%
P
Chapter 2: Concepts of Value and Return
Problem 1
Time preference (discount) rate
(i) A. Investment
B. Period (years)
C. Compound value factor at 9% for 4 years
D. Compound value at the end of 4 years: [A x C]
: 15,000 (1.09)4 = 15,000 x 1.4116
(ii) A. In
Chapter 4: Risk and Return: An Overview of Capital Market Theory
Problem 1
Purchase price of L&Ts share
Number of shares purchased 1 Jan. 2004
Share price on sale after one year 31 Dec. 2004
Total dividend received
Capital gain per share: 215 - 212
Total
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