foreign exchange market
Farman Afzal
Foreign Exchange Market:
The foreign exchange market is the market in which national
currencies are bought and sold against one another:
Foreign exchange consists mainly of bank deposits
denominated in various curren
Chapter 19 Review
1.) Consider the following financial statement information for the Route 66 Company:
Item
Beginning
Ending
Inventory
$1,273
$1,401
Accounts Receivable
$3,782
$3,368
Accounts Payable
$1,795
$2,025
Net Sales
$14,750
Cost of Goods Sold
$11,
Chapter 20 Review
1.) In A typical month, the Timmons Corporation receives 90 checks totaling $135,000.
These are delayed five days on average. What is the average daily float?
2.) Each business day, on average, a company writes checks totaling $17,000 to
Chapter 20 Review
1.) In A typical month, the Timmons Corporation receives 90 checks totaling $135,000.
These are delayed five days on average. What is the average daily float?
5 x 135,000 / 30 = 22,500
2.) Each business day, on average, a company writes
Chapter 9 Review
1.) A project that provides annual cash flows of $24,000 for nine years costs $110,000
today. Is this a good project if the required return is 8 percent? What if its 20
Percent?
Chapter 10 Review
2.) Cy Inc. is considering a new four-year
Finance301:Porter
PracticeExam3
4/9/08
S.I.
1. If$2,000isinvestedand$2,375isreturnedafteroneyear,whatistherate
ofreturnonthisinvestment?
a. 18.75%
b. 15.79%
c. 84%
d. 16.5%
2. Whichofthefollowingaretrueconcerninginvestmentrisk?
a. Therearetwotypes:standa
Finance301
S.I.4/21/08
Chpt.11
1. Whatarethefivestepstocapitalbudgeting?
a. EstimateCashFlows(inflowsandoutflows)
b. AssessriskinessofCFs
c. Determineappropriatecostofcapital
d. FindNPVandorIRR
e. AcceptifNPV>0andorIRR>WACC
2.
Independentprojectshavecash
MondayFebruary18,2008
Finance301
SI
1. Whatarethethreelargeststockexchanges?
a. NYSE,NASDAQ,AMEX
2. Whatarethe10financialinstitutionsdiscussedinyourtext?
a. InvestmentBankingHousesunderwritesanddistributesnew
investmentsecuritiesandhelpsbusinessesobtain$.
Present Value and Future Value Tables
Table A-1 Future Value Interest Factors for One Dollar Compounded at k Percent for n Periods: FVIF k,n = (1 + k) n
Period
1%
2%
3%
4%
5%
6%
7%
8%
9%
10%
11%
12%
13%
14%
15%
16%
20%
24%
25%
30%
1
1.0100
1.0200
1.0300
1
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A ppendix A
Financial Tables
TABLE A1
Future Value Interest Factors for One Dollar Compounded
at i Percent for n Periods:
FVIFi,n
TABLE A2
i)n
Present Value Interest Factors for One Dollar Discounted
at i Percent
Present Value of $1 to Be Paid in the Future
This table shows how much $1, to be paid at the end of various periods in the future, is currently worth, with interest at different rates, compounded annually. To use the table, find the vertical column under
Table 1: Notation for present value of annuities certain.
Symbol
Type of Annuity
an|
n year annuity certain paid continuously
a|
perpetuity paid continuously
an|
n year annuity certain with payments at end of years (annuity immediate)
an|
n year annuity c
Chapter 13 Opening Review
1.) Calculate the expected returns and standard deviations for these two stocks?
State of Economy
Probability of State of
Economy
Stock A
Stock B
Recession
Normal
Boom
.20
.50
.30
-.15
.20
.60
.20
.30
.40
2.) Using the informatio
Chapter 15 Review
1.) The Mays Co. just issued a dividend of $2.60 per share on its common stock. The
company is expected to maintain a constant 6 percent growth rate in its dividends
indefinitely. If the stock sells for $60 a share, what is the companys
School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineer
AE3006 Aircraft Propulsion (Semester 1, 2011/12)
Tutorial 2 - Thrust Equation & Gas Turbine Engines
1. (a) In Mechanics, power is the product of force and its velocity. In aircraft propulsion, how is
the propuls
1. Air flows steadily through a compressor. The inlet and exit conditions of the air are
as follows:
Inlet
Exit
Mass flow rate 0.4 kg/s
Velocity
4.5 m/s
6 m/s
Pressure
6.9 bars
1 bar
Specific volume 0.85 m3/kg
0.16 m3/kg
(u1+88) kJ/kg
Internal energy u1
I
School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
AE3006 Aircraft Propulsion
Tutorial 3 Turbojet Cycle Analysis
1. An aircraft is flying at a cruise speed of 200 m/s at an altitude where the ambient conditions are
54 kPa and 256K. The air is decelerated in t
School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
AE3006 Aircraft Propulsion (Semester 1, 2011/12)
Tutorial 1 - Essential Thermodynamics & Cycles
1. Air flows steadily through a compressor. The inlet and exit conditions of the air are
as follows:
Mass flow r
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COMBINATION LIFEJACKET AND
PROTECTIVE BODY
Chapter 2/sources uses review
1.) Mama Roach Exterminators, Inc., has sales of $634,000, costs of $305,000,
depreciation expense of $46,000, interest expense of $29,000, and a tax rate of 35
percent. What is the net income for the firm?
2.) Suppose the fi
Chapter 8 Stock Valuation
1.) The Jackson-Timberlake Wardrobe Co. just paid a dividend of $1.60 per share on its
stock. The dividends are expected to grow at a constant rate of 6 percent per year
indefinitely. If investors require a 12 percent return on T
Chapter 20 Review
1.) In A typical month, the Timmons Corporation receives 90 checks totaling $135,000.
These are delayed five days on average. What is the average daily float?
5 x 135,000 / 30 = 22,500
2.) Each business day, on average, a company writes
Mini-Exam 1 Review
1.) From the following income statement information, calculate the net income and operating
cash flow.
Net Sales
19,000
COGS
12,435
Operating Expense
1500
Depreciation
1800
Interest Expense
650
Tax Rate 38%
Dividend Payout Ration 35%
2.
Mini-Exam 1 Review
1.) From the following income statement information, calculate the net income and operating
cash flow.
Net Sales
19,000
COGS
12,435
Operating Expense
1500
Depreciation
1800
Interest Expense
650
Tax Rate 38%
Dividend Payout Ration 35%
NI
1.) Smile Inc. has its corporate headquarters in Iowa. M Corp. is thinking of
installing a lockbox system in Baltimore to collect payments from the
East. The collection time is currently 6 days and would be reduced to 4
days if the system is installed. Da