Chapter 1
Introduction
1-1
Sectors of the U.S. Bond Market
1) Treasury sector securities issued by
the U.S. government
2) Agency sector securities issued by
federally related institutions and
governme
Chapter 10
1. Suppose a stock had an initial price of $75 per share, paid a dividend of $1.20 per share during
the year, and had an ending share price of $86. Compute the % total return.
2. In problem
Chapter 10
1. Suppose a stock had an initial price of $75 per share, paid a dividend of $1.20 per share during
the year, and had an ending share price of $86. Compute the % total return. 16.27%
2. In
Week 4
Chapter 15 Page 491
1. The shareholders of the Stackhouse Company need to elect seven new directors. There
are 850,000 shares outstanding currently trading at $43 per share. You would like to s
FIN 654 PA
The following questions are about Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (TIPS).
(a) What is meant by the real rate?
The real rate is the coupon rate. TIPS work as follows. The coupon rate
Yum! Brands Inc.
Official name of the corporation
KFC, Taco bell , Pizza Hut , All American Food , Long John Silvers
Location of the corporate headquarters
Louisville, Kentucky is the bustling and f
1 Valuation under PE
1987
0.05
EPS
Cash Div
1988
0.32
1989
0.73
0.4
1990
0.76
0.4
1991
0.87
1992
0.96
PE ratio between 30x and 25 x
Adjustment of 30% in PE ratio for difference in status of Eskimo as
ist of Financial Ratios
Here is a list of various nancial ratios. Take note that most of the ratios can also be expressed
in percentage by multiplying the decimal number by 100%. Each ratio is briey d
Major Section
What is value
Economic Balance Sheet
Valuation Principles
Free Cash Flows
DCF Valuation Model
Measuring Value
How are Valuations Used
Subsection
Slides
1-7
8-20
21-22
23-26
27-32
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s1q4
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FV
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38.556834738 b/e
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11000
pmt
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0
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year
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3
payback l
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10
60
80
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1.6 yrs
Written as 2yrs.$30/$80
more for variable
or 2.375 more for smooth
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IRR
MIRR
10% adj
9.0
Stock Valuations
Complete 2 of 3 problems
1. If a firm is paying a $0.50 quarterly dividend (end of period payments) and currently sells at
$50 per share, what is the anticipated price in three years
Question 1
Zero Coupon
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I
PV
PMT
FV
Beg/End
PMY/YR
Question 2
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PV
PMT
FV
Beg/End
PMY/YR
Current Yield
8
5.7371%
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0
10000
e
0
6
5%
($10,000.00)
500
10000
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1
5.0000%
Coupon Bond
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PV
PMT
FV
Company
Current
Quick
Total Asset Turnover
Inventory Turnover
Receivable Turnover
Debt
Debt-equity
Equity multiplier
Interest Coverage
Profit Margin
Return on Assets
Return on Equity
Ratio
0.742191622
Net Income
Total Asset
Total Liability
Shareholder Equity
Return on Equity
Net sales
Total assets
Total asset turnover
Sales
Acc recievables
Receivables turnover
Avg sales per day
cost of goods sold
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Essay 2
Met Life
The reason that Met life is restructuring is because is a strategic initiative to accelerate the
shareholder value. This restructuring includes a complete separation of U.S. Life insu
Running head: [Rob bank Interest Rate Swaps]
1
Student Name
Professor Name
University
Date
Running head: [Rob bank Interest Rate Swaps]
Introduction To Swaps:
Identification of the key issues of the d
Rafael Valentin
Keller Case
6.
Compare the prices of options on Lotuss stock and those on AT&Ts. Why are options with
identical exercise prices and maturity dates, and written on stocks with identical
Rafael Valentin
04/29/2017
Tiffany Case
1.
In what way(s) is Tiffany exposed to exchange-rate risk subsequent to its new
distribution agreement with Mitsukoshi? How serious are these risks?
The new ag
CHAPTER 13
.
ALLOCATING COSTS TO
RESONSIBILITY
CENTERS
Chapter
Chapter Objective
Objective
This chapter discusses concepts and methods of assigning
indirect costs, such as overhead to departments.
Ma
Chapter 01 - Introduction to Corporate Finance
Chapter 01
Introduction to Corporate Finance
Multiple Choice Questions
9. A business created as a distinct legal entity composed of one or more individua
1.
Keller Case
To analyze the profit and loss possibilities inherent in the option investment
strategies, please perform the following analyses for call and put options on Lotuss
common stock that mat
Warren Buffet Case Study
- Haonan Guan
1. What does the stock market seem to be saying about the acquisition of GEICO by
Berkshire Hathaway?
The stock market showed that the deal of GEICO would be a g