current asset
financial items
the interest rate
economic rate
inflation rate
consumption of materials and energy
cost of goods sold
bad short term receivable
work in progress
finished products
materials
the average value
VALUE OF INVENTORY
short term rece

Methyl D-xylopyranoside (1)
Under Ar, AcCl (1 mL, 0.014 mol, 0.4 eq) was added to anhydrous MeOH (50 mL) and stirred for 10
minutes. D-xylose (4.97 g, 0.033 mol) was added to the mixture and stirred for 4 hours under
reflux. The reaction was cooled to roo

Task 5
starting a deposit at 9%; a one-year deposit with interest added at maturity
a six-month deposit at 8%, with an option to roll-over for another six months
a four-month deposit at 7%, with an option to roll-over for another two four-month periods
Al

Task 7
Using the formula of NPV:
NPV = -CF0 + CFt/(1+r)t
where:
CF0 the initial investment outlays
CFtcapital flows over time t
r discounting rate
t time of investment implementation
CF0 = 70000
CF1= 12000/(1+0.09)1
CF2= 17000/(1+0.09)2
CF3= 18000/(1+0.09

Cracow University of Economic
Financial Analysis of
ABC PLS Company
Natalia Ryba
Magorzata Maj
Bernadeta Koodziej
Anna Nestorowicz
Magnus Skuland
Antoine Ferrat
Managerial Accounting
Dr Marcin Kdzior
18.10.2015
The structure of analysis is divided into th

Task 2
Description: An economic entity has been considering starting a long term bank deposit. The bank
offered 7% annual interest. Calculate the future value of PLN 10,000 allocated to the deposit. Tax on
deposits is 20%, payable at maturity. Another opt

Task 3
Description: Kompet partnership intends to invest PLN 2,000,000 over four years in a new venture.
What capital should the partnership save each year, so that it could finance the project in such a way
that its current and future structure of capita

Task 1
Description: Enterprise Alfa has an opportunity to invest their cash surplus in high-yield Brazilian
bonds. Annual interest on bonds is 19%. How much should an enterprise invest to gain PLN 300,000
after five years? Calculate future value of PLN 20

task 8
first we have to calculate the cost of the capital use for the project
WACC = (D/(D+E)*KD*(1-T) + (E/(D+E)* KE
D the volume of debt, = 0.5
E - equity = 0.5
KD cost of debt financing= 7%
KE cost of equity financing= 9%
T corporate tax rate. = 20%
WA

Instruction to Task 1
Description: Enterprise Alfa has an opportunity to invest their cash surplus in high-yield Brazilian
bonds. Annual interest on bonds is 19%. How much should an enterprise invest to gain PLN 300,000
after five years? Calculate future

Instruction to Task 3
Description: Kompet partnership intends to invest PLN 2,000,000 over four years in a new venture.
What capital should the partnership save each year, so that it could finance the project in such a way
that its current and future stru

Description: Make a choice between two deposits of PLN 500,000:
A six-year deposit, interest payable at maturity, no capitalization of interest, 9% annual interest,
A six-year deposit, interest added after one year and accrued to principal, 8% annual in

PVAn = A * (1 1/(1 + k)n)/k
A = Annual installments amount
PVAn Present value of yearly installments
n number of time units (years, months, etc.)
K interest rate (annual, monthly, etc.)
Alternative 1:
A = 2000
n=5
K = 6%
PVAn = 2000 * (1-1/(1+0.06)^5)/0.0