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the arithmetic average.
The standard deviation is obtained by findingfirst
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Averages 107
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Summary
PV of explicit forecasting
period
PV of terminal value
Total
DYOD
7,063
17.9%
1.32
>10
MMDC
NPV
IRR
PI
Payback period
MMDC
7,160
24.0%
2.37
7.5
DYOD
(136)
(3,373)
7,296
7,160
10,436
7,063
MMDC
Moderate risk
Tax rate
Disco

Vinit Gaikwad
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MACROECONOMICS ASSIGNMENT
1a. According to Nobel Laurate Milton Friedman, Inflation is an old, old disease. We have
had thousands of years of experience of it. There is nothing simpler than stopping inflation
from the technical poin

New Heritage Doll Company
Summary
PV of explicit forecasting
period
PV of terminal value
Total
DYOD
7,063
17.9%
1.32
>10
MMDC
NPV
IRR
PI
Payback period
MMDC
7,160
24.0%
2.37
7.5
DYOD
(136)
(3,373)
7,296
7,160
10,436
7,063
MMDC
Moderate risk
Tax rate
Disco

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1501116
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In the context of the issues raised in the papers, do you agree that fiscal and monetary policies are
effective in the contemporary world. If yes, why? If not, then why do you think so and in which case
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