Busn. 379 Wk. 6 Homework
Chapt. 12
3. Calculating Cost of Equity. Stock in CDB Industries has a beta of .90. The market risk
premium is 7 percent, and T-bills are currently yielding 3.5 percent. CDBs most recent dividend
was $1.80 per share, and dividends
Finance 475
Solutions to Problem Set #4
Monetary Model (Flexible Prices): In the flexible price framework, all that
matters are money markets and PPP to tie together the two price levels. A 10%
increase in the money supply raises the domestic price level
Busn:379 Week 7 Homework
6. Calculating Net Float. Each business day, on average, a company writes checks totaling $19,500 to pay
its suppliers. The usual clearing time for the checks is four days. Meanwhile, the company is receiving
payments from its cus
MATH 221 Statistics for Decision Making
Week 4 iLab
Name: _
MATH221
Statistical Concepts:
Probability
Binomial Probability Distribution
Calculating Binomial Probabilities
Open a new Excel worksheet.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Open spreadsheet
In cell A1 type succe
Finance 40500
Solutions to Group Assignment #6
1) Assume that todays settlement price on a EUR futures contract is $1.3140/EUR.
You have a short position in one contract. Your performance bond account
currently has a balance of $1,700. The next three days
DeVry BUSN379 Final Exam
Study Questions and Answers
(TCO 4) Which of the following is true
regarding the evaluation of projects? (4 points)
sunk costs should be included
erosion effects should be
considered
financing costs need to be included
opportunity
Learning Outcomes
Identify the four financial statements and evaluate a companys operating
performance and financial position for decision-making
Define the elements of the financial statements (FRS Conceptual
Framework Chapter 4)
Use the accounting eq
Credit Risk
Eco World minimize and monitor its credit risk by dealing with creditworthy counterparties and applying credit approval controls for material contracts. Eco World may
obtain collaterals from counter-parties as a means of mitigating losses in t
Playing the role of the directors of Kota Fibres analyze the firm situation and its
alternatives taking into consideration the following questions:
1. How did Mehta construct his financial forecast? Using the financial forecast, prepare to show the
cash c
What does Mehtas financial forecast show? How was the forecast
constructed?
Actual
Forecast
=43.12
=30.10
=8.46
=12.12
= 9 day ( round-off) =12 day ( round-off)
=24.12
=20.79
=15.12 days
=17.55 days
=15days(ro
=18days(ro
und off)
und off)
Operating cycle=
60% Coursework Assessment
1. Project paper (35%)
You are required to write a project papers entitled Is there any diversification benefits from
including physical and securitized real estate into a portfolio of stocks and bonds?. There are
ample academic
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Wireless world
Wireless World
Budget Proposal
For
2016-2020
Crystal Garza
Professor Walter Corrigan
DeVry University
2
Table of Contents
Section
Title
Subsection
1.0
Executive Summary
Page Number
3
2.0
Sales Forecast
4
3.0
Capital
Budget
4.0
Investment An
WIRELESS WORLD PROJECT
BUDGET PROPOSAL
FOR YEAR
2016 TO 2020
Wireless World project
9/6/16
1
Wireless World project
9/6/16
2
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Wireless World is a business that
was created by an
entrepreneur that is proposing to create a single-location
Finance 475
Solutions to Problem Set #8
1) We have the following equation (Standard Errors in Parentheses)
% Change($/E) = -.05 + 1.5 (Interest Differential) + .65(Growth Difference) + Error
(.006) (.57)
(.2)
(1.75)
a) To get the point estimate, plug in t
Finance 40500
Group Exercise #1
1) Suppose that both the US and Europe are following a gold standard. The price of
gold in the US is pegged at $650/oz while the price of gold in Europe is pegged at
E 500.
a) Calculate the implied EUR/USD exchange rate.
$6
Finance 40500
Group Exercise #2
1) Suppose that the US exports wheat and imports Televisions. For simplicity,
assume that both goods are invoiced in Yen and that the US is too small to
influence global market prices. The global price of a television is Y1
Finance 40500
Group Assignment #3
1) Suppose that the U.S. and Mexico produce and consume three goods - computers,
petroleum, and medical care. Computers and petroleum are traded
internationally, but medical care is not. America produces more computers th
Finance 40500
Group Assignment #4
1) Suppose that General Electric is anticipating European sales over the next month
to be E 12,500,000. The current EUR/USD exchange rate is 1.2665, but GE is
anticipating the dollar to appreciate. To hedge this risk, GE
FIN 40500
Solutions to Group Assignment #5
1) Suppose that the Fed decreases the supply of money by 10%.
a) In the long run, once all prices have had a chance to adjust, the only
impact will be a 10% drop in the US price level (the long run price level is
Finance 40500
Solutions to Group Assignment #6
1) Assume that todays settlement price on a EUR futures contract is $1.3140/EUR.
You have a short position in one contract. Your performance bond account
currently has a balance of $1,700. The next three days
FIN 40500
Solutions to Group Assignment #7
1) We have the following regression equation for the annual % change in the British
Pound ( in dollars per pound) standard errors are in parentheses.
(
)
%e = .06 + 1.31 * + .84(%e1 ) +
(.04) (.32)
(.44)
(1.70)
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Wireless Word Sales Forecast
Population size
Growth rates
% of population to purchase
$ value of the average sale- 5 years
2016
244,000
4.10%
45%
2017
2018
2019
2020
254,000 1,731,000 1,769,000 1,817,000
2.40% 13.80%
2.20%
3.70%
42%
48%
52%
68%
2016
2017
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