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Shareholder Votes: From the 2016 Score Card pick a company that has at least one initiative whose
proponent is NOT management. Your company should have the meeting date in the month given to your
group. http:/www.proxymonitor.org/ScoreCard2016.aspx
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Using the formula bar
Entering data with AutoFill
Copying a formula for adjacent cells
Working with relative, absolute and mixed references
Using SUM and AVERAGE
Using scenario manager
Using data table.
Using the Formula Bar
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Chapter 07 - Interest Rates and Bond Valuation
Chapter 07
Interest Rates and Bond Valuation
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Mary just purchased a bond which pays $60 a year in interest. What is this $60 called?
A. coupon
B. face value
C. discount
D. call pre
Chapter 10 - Making Capital Investment Decisions
Chapter 10
Making Capital Investment Decisions
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The difference between a firm's future cash flows if it accepts a project and the firm's future
cash flows if it does not accept t
Chapter 06 - Discounted Cash Flow Valuation
Chapter 06
Discounted Cash Flow Valuation
Multiple Choice Questions
1. An ordinary annuity is best defined by which one of the following?
A. increasing payments paid for a definitive period of time
B. increasing
Chapter 09 - Net Present Value and Other Investment Criteria
Chapter 09
Net Present Value and Other Investment Criteria
Multiple Choice Questions
1. A project has an initial cost of $27,400 and a market value of $32,600. What is the
difference between the
Heath Fienman
Corp. Finance
Comprehension Checks
9/6/16: What is Corporate Finance?
What part of corporate finance focuses on managing the ratio of debt to equity?
Capital Structuring
9/6/16: Information Asymmetry
When Managers know, but shareholders DO
Heath Fienman (MW 2:00)
Connor Dalphon (MW 12:30)
Michael Kerrissey (MW 12:30)
10/10/16
Corporate Finance Moeller
Case #1: Capital Budgeting Case
BLTD Corporation
Assumptions
Construction Period: Year 1 & 2
Years of operation: 3-8
(Attached is the spre
Unit 1: Overview of Corporate Finance
Corporate Finance: Capital Budgeting (Managing what we put our money in), Capital Structure (How we get our money using debt or equity), and Working Capital
Management (Managing short term monies), optimal firm desig
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Overview:
What is Corporate Finance
How do we maximize shareholder wealth
Optimal firm design
On many slides there are notes which further explain and
provide examples. Make sure and look at ALL slides in the
Notes view to make sure you do not miss materi
More On Interest Rates
Andy Koch
APR and EAR (Chapter 6)
nominal interest (Chapter 7)
real interest
inflation
Formulas
Review question
You want to be able to spend $1 million on a house when you
retire in 40 years. In order to do so, you will save a
Time Value of Money
Andy Koch
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Time Value of Money
Chapter 5
Interest rates, compounding
Present and Future values
Chapter 6
Multiple repeating cash flows (annuities and
perpetuities)
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Time Value of Money
Rational people prefer to have money now o
Chapter 13 - Return, Risk, and the Security Market Line
Chapter 13
Return, Risk, and the Security Market Line
Multiple Choice Questions
1. You own a stock that you think will produce a return of 11 percent in a good economy and
3 percent in a poor economy