Assignment
ASSIGNMENTS
These two assignments are worth 25% each and contribute 50% towards your final mark.
Students are to form groups consisting of no less than 3 students and no more than 5
student
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Portfolio: Expected Return and Variance
Why Portfolio? Diversification!
Risk: Systematic and Unsystematic
Beta, The Security Market Line and CAPM
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Problem Set # 4 (Chapter 7)
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AY 2015-16 Term 1 Midterm Examinations
Date
2 Oct 2015
Course
FINCE101 Finance
Instructor
Prof Hyun Soo Choi
Groups (Circle One) G12 (Mon 3:30), G10 (Tue 8:
AY 2014-15 Term 1 Midterm Examinations
Date
27 Sep 2013
Course
FINCE101 Finance
Instructor
Prof Hyun Soo Choi
Groups (Circle One) G21 (Thursday Morning), G22 (Thursday Afternoon)
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Finance 101 Quiz 1
Section G_
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1. The Maybe Pay Life Insurance Co. is trying to sell you an investment policy that will pay
you and your heirs $35,000 per year forever. Suppose a sa
Week 1
Introduction and Review of Financial Statements (Chapter 2)
14.
Calculating Total Cash Flows Bedrock Gravel Corp. shows the following information
on its 2007 income statement: sales = $145,000;
Name: _ Class Number: _
Part I: Multiple Choice Questions (30 points). Each question is worth 2 points. Please
write down your answers clearly on the answer sheet.
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TERM 1 2001-02 EXAMINATION
NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2001
FNCE101 FINANCE
INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS
1
The time allowed for this examination paper is THREE (3) hours.
2
This examination p
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BUSINESS STATISTICS (BLO1001)
SUBJECT LEVEL : 1
TIME ALLOWED
: 1 HOUR
INSTRUCTIONS
1.
This paper consists of
TEMASEK POLYTECHNIC
TEMASEK BUSINESS SCHOOL
AY 2007/2008, MID-SEMESTRAL TEST
(Oct Semester)
BUSINESS STATISTICS (BLO1001)
SUBJECT LEVEL : 1
TIME ALLOWED : 1 HOUR
INSTRUCTIONS
1.
This paper consists of
Part I: Multiple Choice Questions (50 points). Each question is worth 2.5 points. Please write
down your answers clearly on the answer sheet.
1. A project's payback period is determined to be four yea
FNCE 101 Final Exam April 2005
Name: _
Class: _
TERM II 2004-05 FINAL EXAMINATION
APRIL 2005
FNCE 101 FINANCE
Instructor: Melvyn Teo
INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS
1
The time allowed for this examination pa
FNCE 101 MIDTERM EXAM 2007
TERM II 2006-07 MIDTERM EXAMINATION
FEBRUARY 2007
FNCE 101 FINANCE
Instructor: Melvyn Teo
INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS
1
The time allowed for this examination paper is 2 hours.
FNCE 101 MIDTERM EXAM 2008
TERM II 2007-08 MIDTERM EXAMINATION
FEBRUARY 2008
FNCE 101 FINANCE
Instructor: Melvyn Teo
INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS
1
The time allowed for this examination paper is 2 hours.
FNCE 101: Dr Chiraphol New Chiyachantana
Problem Set # 1 (Chapter 12 and 13)
1. You bought 100 shares of stock at $20 each. At the end of the year, you received a total of $400 in
dividends, and your
Chapter 7 (first half) Homework Solutions
7.1
A parameter is a trait of the population. A statistic is a numeric summary found from a sample. For
example, the population parameter could be the proport
Problems from section 6.1 and 6.2
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6.15
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5.3, This is a theoretic probability based on our understanding that each side is equally likely to show. It
is based on theory and not evidence.
5.5, This is an empirical probability because it is ba
Name: _
Class: _
TERM II 2006-07 FINAL EXAMINATION
APRIL 2007
FNCE 101 FINANCE
Instructor: Melvyn Teo
INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS
1
The time allowed for this examination paper is 3 hours.
2
This examinat
Math Preparation for FNCE101 Finance
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Singapore Management University
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proxy battle breaks out when competing sides try to gain enough votes to elect
their candidates for the board.
3. In addition to common
Chapter 8:
Critical Thinking Questions: 1, 2, 3, 11
Questions and Problems: 2,4,8,13,14
Additional problems:
1. Firm A has a return on equity (ROE) of 15% and a dividend payout rate of 80%. If just pa
Chapter 8:
Critical Thinking Questions: 1, 2, 3, 11
1. The value of any investment depends on the present value of its cash flows; i.e., what
investors will
actually receive. The cash flows from a sha
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Critical Thinking Questions: 6,7,8
6. Bond issuers look at outstanding bonds of similar maturity and risk. The yields on such bonds are
used to establish the coupon rate necessary for a par
Chapter 5: Critical Thinking Questions: 1-4
1. The four parts are the present value (PV), the future value (FV), the discount rate (r),
and the life of
the investment (t).
2. Compounding refers to the
Group Project
Course: FNCE 101
Instructor: Hyun-Soo Choi
The class will be divided into groups of four to five students. Each group will
complete a project centered on the analysis of a companys stock
Homework Chapter 13
1.) What are the portfolio weights for a portfolio that has 180 shares of Stock A that sell for $45 per share and
140 shares of Stock B that sell for $27 per share?
2.) You own a p
Chapter 12
1. Suppose a stock had an initial price of $91 per share, paid a dividend of $2.40 per share
during the year, and had an ending share price of $102. Compute the percentage total
return.
2.
Chapter 14
1.) The Down and Out Co. just issued a dividend of $2.40 per share on its common stock.
The company is expected to maintain a constant 5.5 percent growth rate in its dividends
indefinitely.