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MA 371
Financial Engineering I
8th September 2011
Note : This document is a part of the lectures given to students of IIT Guwahati during the Fall Semester of 2011.
Mechanisms of Futures Markets :
Futures contracts are now actively traded all over the wor
MA 371
Financial Engineering I
9th August 2011
Note : This document is a part of the lectures given to students of IIT Guwahati during the Fall Semester of 2011.
Example :
Consider a pure discount bond that matures in six months, has a nominal value of $1
The Stock Market for Dummies
The stock market is a place where stocks, bonds, or other securities are bought
and sold. When you buy stocks or shares in a company you gain part ownership in that
company. In todays world people buy stocks in order to gain d
Valedictory Address at the Fourth Annual Conference on
"Bonds & Derivatives - The Road Ahead"*
Ladies & Gentlemen,
At the outset, let me express my gratitude to FIMMDA and PDAI for giving me an
opportunity to give valedictory address to this prestigious a
New York University
Leonard N. Stern School of Business-Undergraduate Division
C55.0001 Introduction to Marketing
Professor K. Sudhir
Detailed Solution to Sample Questions for Break Even Analysis
1. BabyGap.com is considering how to increase demand for it
Mergers and Acquisitions
A Detailed Study
Line of Thought
Introduction to the Concept
Indian Scenario
Classifications
Motivations
Financing Mergers
Role of HR
Arcelor-Mittal
Introduction
Woes of Unstable Economy
Mergers and Acquisitions Apparently
Obvio
MA 371
Financial Engineering I
2nd August 2011
MA 371: Siddhartha P. Chakrabarty
Note : This document is a part of the lectures given to students of IIT Guwahati during the Fall Semester of 2011.
Derivatives :
Derivatives are financial instruments whose p
MA 371
Financial Engineering I
8th August 2011
Note : This document is a part of the lectures given to students of IIT Guwahati during the Fall Semester of 2011.
Example on Loan Fees :
When a bank advertises its mortgage products there are usually two rat
MA 371
Financial Engineering I
1st August 2011
Note : This document is a part of the lectures given to students of IIT Guwahati during the Fall Semester of 2011.
Financial Markets :
We begin with the broadest possible economic classification: bonds stock
Topic 4
The Capital Asset Pricing Model
(CAPM): Theory and Evidence
MSF 6321 Quantitative Portfolio Analysis
Prof. Frederico Belo
Overview
A) Theory. The Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM)
B) Applications. The CAPM is a VERY important model and it is usef
Topic 2
Standard (Static) Mean
Variance Portfolio Analysis
MSF 6321 Quantitative Portfolio Analysis
Prof. Frederico Belo
Introduction
We will cover the standard (static/one-period) model of
portfolio choice
This model is called: mean-variance portfolio an
MSF 6321 Quantitative Portfolio Analysis
Prof. Frederico Belo
Topic 3: Mean-variance portfolio analysis: additional notes on time series predictability of returns.
(Version 1)
References
1. Asset Pricing by John Cochrane, chapter 20 (but you dont need to
Solution to Exercise 1: Pricing Forwards
Derivatives
Professor Hengjie Ai
2015/2016
O ce: 3-247
Phone: 612-626-7348
Carlson School of Management
Email: [email protected]
University of Minnesota
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Pricing forwards
A stock pays continuous dividend yield at th
Link between real GDP growth per capita and financial indicators1
0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5
_ Banksz Average bank credit (2001 1 1 ): Average turnover ratio (200111):
Market3 I Advanced economies O EMEs l Advanced economies O EMEs
1
Lectures 1-2
2.1
Introduction
Descriptive statistics involves arranging, summarizing,
and presenting a set of data in such a way that useful
information is produced.
Statistics
Data
Information
Its methods make use of graphical techniques and
numerical de
Lectures 1-2
2.1
Example
Following deregulation of telephone service, several new
companies were created to compete in the business of providing
long-distance telephone service.
In almost all cases these companies competed on price since
the service each
Lectures 1-2
1.1
What is Statistics?
Statistics is a way to get information from data.
1.2
What is Statistics?
Statistics is a way to get information from data
Statistics
Data
Information
Statistics is a tool for creating new understanding from a set of
n
Cost of Sales and
Inventory
Issues involved
What is inventory?
What costs are included in inventory?
How do we separate CGOS and closing
inventory?
Resources
AS 2
AS-2 deals with determination of value of
inventory
HBR-The Question of LIFO and FIFO
AHM Ch
Numerical for Class Preparation
Q1
Consider the following 2 mutually exclusive projects
0
1
2
3
4
A
(300,000)
20,000
50,000
50,000
390,000
B
(40,000)
19,000
12,000
18,000
10,500
Assuming that your opportunity cost is 15%, which projects would you choose
a
Assignment: Time Value of Money
Due by Oct 28, 2014 3pm in the TA room faculty block III
Please hand it over to Aleesha Mariya
Q.1
You have recently won the super Jackpot in the Illinois state lottery, with a payoff of
$4,960,000.On reading the fine print
Cash flow numerical 1
Naveen enterprises is considering a project and the details are as shown
Investment outlay on the project will be Rs.100 million. This consists of Rs.80 million
on plant and machinery and Rs.20 million on net working capital. The ent
Assignment: CB Techniques and Cash Flow Estimation
Due by 3pm on Nov 9, 2015 in the TA room (FPM room) Block III
Please hand it over to Aleesha Mariya
Q1
Consider two streams of cash flows, A and B. Cash flow A consists of $5,000 starting three years from
Time Value of Money
This is only a summary. Please read the text book and any assigned
readings for details. Removal of errors and omissions, if any, in this ppt are
your responsibility.
1
Agenda
Timeline
Present Value - Future Value
One period PV, NPV
PV
Risk and Return
This is only a summary. Please read the text and readings given
for details. Removal of errors and omissions, if any, in this ppt is
your responsibility.
1
Risk and Return
Terminology
Returns
Risk measure
Individual Securities
Portfolio of
Cost of Capital
&
Capital Budgeting & Risk
This is only a summary. Please read the text book for details. Removal of
errors and omissions, if any, in this ppt is your responsibility.
1
Cost of Capital
Definition
Components
Capital Structure
Estimation of
Capital Budgeting
This is only a summary. Please read the text for details. Removal
of errors and omissions, if any, in this ppt is your responsibility.
1
Agenda
Capital Budgeting Introduction
Cash Flows
Why CF
Principles of CF Estimation
Separation princ
Capital Budgeting Techniques
This is only a summary. Please read the text for details. Removal
of errors and omissions, if any, in this ppt is your responsibility.
1
Agenda
NPV Rule & and Stand-Alone Projects
IRR
MIRR
Payback Rule
Book rate of Return
Prof