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Question 1 - Short notes -Briefly describe why book values are inadequate for determining the intrinsic values of securities.

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Question 1 – Short notes

-Briefly describe why book values are inadequate for determining the intrinsic values of
securities.
-Briefly describe why a zero coupon bond typically trades at a deep discount to its face
value
-Briefly define the concept of opportunity costs and explain the relevance of such costs
in the context of project evaluation.
-Briefly define sunk costs and explain why they are irrelevant in the context of project
evaluation.
-Describe the likely viewpoints of each of the following managers about the levels of
various types of inventory: finance, marketing, manufacturing, and purchasing? Which
viewpoint of which manager, you suggest, should be adopted? Why?
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Question 1 – Short notes ­Briefly describe why book values are inadequate for determining the intrinsic values ofsecurities. Intrinsic value can be stated as the actual perceived value based on...

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