MGT 3062 Exam 3 SPRING 2009
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CHAPTER 14
OPTIONS AND CORPORATE FINANCE
Answers to Concepts Review and Critical Thinking Questions
1.
A call option confers the right, without the obligation, to buy an asset at a given price on or before a
given date. A put option confers the right, wit
Financial Management
Barry Marchman, Ph.D.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA 30332
Phone: 404-894-5110
Email: [email protected]
Part 1: Issues in
Financial Management
Issues In Financial Management
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
Decision Making
F
MGT 3062 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FALL 2009 QUIZ 5
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Exam 3 Problems
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1. You want to invest in a riskless project in Sweden. The project has an initial cost of SKr3.7 million and is
expected to produce cash inflows of SKr1.6 million a year for three years. The project will be worthless after
three
CHAPTER 4
LONG-TERM FINANCIAL PLANNING
AND GROWTH
Answers to Concepts Review and Critical Thinking Questions
1. The reason is that, ultimately, sales are the driving force behind a business. A firms assets,
employees, and, in fact, just about every aspect
MGT 3062 QUIZ 1 SUMMER 2009MGT 3062 QUIZ 1 SUMMER 2009
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MGT 3062 EXAM 1 SPRING 2008
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MGT 3062 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT - EXAM 2
SPRING 2008
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MGT 3078 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SPRING 2011 QUIZ 1
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MGT 3102 Sample Questions
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You should answer 4 (worth 5 points each). In part 3, there is one scenario wort
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SampleQuiz3
Chapter8partII
1.Whichoneofthefollowingauthorizesanotherindividualtovoteonyourbehalfata
shareholdersmeeting?
A) proxy
B) votingpreference
C) preemptiveright
D)
straightvote
addendum
ThecorrectanswerwasA.
2.Youownoneshareofacumulativepreferreds
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MGT 3078 Due Thursday 1/29/15
1. Problem #1 in FC p. 23: What is the most important difference between a corporation and all other
organizational forms?
The most important difference is that a corporation is legally defined, artificial being, separate fro
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Introduction: Ch.1 of FC
1.1 Why Study Finance?
1.2 The Four Types of Firms
1.3 The Financial Manager
1.4 The Financial Managers Place in the
Corporation
1.5 The Stock Market
1.6 Financial Institutions
Learning Objective
Grasp the importance of financial
Interest Rates: Ch.5 of FC
5.1 Interest Rate Quotes
and Adjustments
5.2 Application: Discount
Rates and Loans
Learning Objective
Understand the different ways interest rates
are quoted
Use quoted rates to calculate loan payments
and balances
Know how infl
Principle of Valuing Cash Flows:
Ch.3 of FC
3.1 Cost-Benefit Analysis
3.2 Market Prices and the Valuation Principle
3.3 The Time Value of Money and Interest Rates
3.4 Valuing Cash Flows at Different Points in Time
Learning Objectives
Identify the role of
Equity Valuation
Hogyu Jhang, Ph.D.
Scheller College of Business, Georgia Tech
November, 2014
This note corresponds to chapter 13.
1
1.1
Valuation and its Uses
The Questions wed like to answer
Given situation is
1
The Yahoo Finance reports:
IBM price per
12/29/2014
Subprime mortgage crisis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Subprime mortgage crisis
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The U.S. subprime mortgage crisis was a nationwide banking emergency that coincided with the U.S.
recession of December 2
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Research Department Staff Report 374
May 2006
Inside and Outside Money
Ricardo Lagos
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
and New York University
ABSTRACT _
A distinction is drawn between outside moneymoney that is eithe
Material covered on final
12/5/14
All the of the following chapters of RWJ (except as noted)
Ch. 5 & 6 (only problems similar to past homework/lecture, see 1-3 of posted problems)
Ch.13 Return, Risk & SML
Exclude 13.3 - unexpected (surprise) return
Exclud
Valuing Cash Flow Streams: Ch.4
of FC
4.1 Valuing a Stream of Cash Flows
4.2 Perpetuities
4.3 Annuities
4.4 Growing Cash Flows
Learning Objectives
Value a series of many cash flows
Value a perpetual series of regular cash flows called a
perpetuity
Value a
The Dodd-Frank Act:
a cheat sheet
Morrison & Foerster
Morrison 1 Foerster
THE DODD-FRANK
WALL STREET REFORM
AND CONSUMER
PROTECTION ACT,
OR DODD-FRANK
ACT, REPRESENTS
THE MOST
COMPREHENSIVE
FINANCIAL
REGULATORY REFORM
MEASURES TAKEN
SINCE THE GREAT
DEPRES
January 02, 2008
For Immediate Release
mergermarket league tables of nancial advisers to global M&A for Year End 2007
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Tel: +44 20 7059 6118
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Homework #2. (Due: 17:00, Oct. 8)
Name:
(GTID:
)
1) Compute the arithmetic and geometric averages of -12%, 20%, and 25%.
Arith: 1/3 x (-0.12 + 0.20 + 0.25) = 0.11
Geo: [(1-0.12)x(1+0.20)x(1+0.25)]^(1/3)-1 = 0.0970
2) What is the expected returns and stand
Mid-Term I
MGT 3078 Finance & Investments
VERSION: A
(Instructor: Minho Wang)
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Problem Set: Risk & return
1. The arithmetic & geometric averages of -11%, 15%, and 20% are _.
Arith: 1/3 x (-0.11 + 0.15 + 0.20) = 0.08
Geo: [(1-0.11)(1+0.15)(1+0.20)]^(1/3) 1 = 0.0709
2. The complete portfolio refers to the investment in _.
A.
the risk-
Homework #1. (Due: 17:00pm, September 12)
Name:
(GTID:
)
1) Please discuss the differences between partnership and corporate.
Unlimited vs. limited liability
Single vs. double taxation
Financing large capitals
2) Regarding the agency problem, discuss the
Problem Set: Fixed income securities
1. If you are holding a premium bond, you must expect a _ each year until maturity. If you are
holding a discount bond, you must expect a _ each year until maturity. (In each case assume that
the yield to maturity rema