International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management
Logistics Performance: Definition and Measurement
Garland Chow Trevor D. Heaver Lennart E. Henriksson
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the business market
The international market
The customer market
Measurable
Accessible
Requirements for effective
segmentation
Substantial
Differentiable
Actionable
Segmentation
Size
growth
Easy for new entrants
Evaluate market segments
Structural Attract
Time Value of
Money
LECTURE 7-9
Learning Objectives
The Time Value of Money
Bond Valuation
1. Calculate future values and understand
compounding
8. Understand basic bond terminology and
apply the time value of money equation in
pricing bonds
2. Calculate
Choose customer to serve
Choose a value proposition
Segmentation
Targeting
Benefits
Value
The product
concept
Good: customers will favor
products( high quality, perfor
mance, feature) so continuous
product improvement)
Bad: marketing myopia
The production
Corporate
Finance
LECTURE 10-12
Content
Finance Manager and Financial Financial Statement Analysis
Management
Profitability Ratios
Objective of the Finance
Liquidity Ratios
Manager
Working Capital Ratios
Firms Disclosure of Financial
Information
Interest
Mt s bi tp em thc mc
1. Trc tin v phn Valuation:
a) Nu bi cho APR v cn tnh li sut hng thng, em vn cm thy phn
vn khng bit khi no nn dng cng thc r =
, khi no dng cng thc
( + ) = 1 + APR
V d: What is the price of a 15 year fixed interest bond with coupons si
Principles of
Finance
LECTURER: CHU MAI LINH, MS .
EMAIL: CHUMAILINH.CS2@FTU.EDU.VN
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ASSIGNMENTS & ASSESSMENTS
ATTENDANCE
Attendance is compulsory in accordance with FTU regulations. Students are strongly
advised not to miss lecture hours since success i
a. bi cho: You invest $100 each year in bank with APR = 10%, begining
at one year from now. How much will you receive AT THE END of the 20th year ?
100
100
FV =
(1.120 1) HAY FV =
(1.120 1) x 1,1 vy c ? V cng thc dng
0.1
0.1
tin u ch tnh n u nm 20, ngha
The Algebra of Present-Value
Formulas
In this short appendix, we will derive a formula for computing present value. To do so
we need to use some algebra, but the result is worth the trouble. The formula is useful
in computing the present value of any seri