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    Joe's Fly-by-Night Oil: Financial analysis

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    See the attached file for data and answer the following questions:

    12. What was Joe's NOPAT in 2013?

    13. What was Joe's Free Cash Flow (FCF) in 2013? (Note: For this question, assume Joe obtained no new plant and equipment or additional net working capital in 2013. Thus his Net Investment in Operating Capital (NIOC) for 2013 is $0.00.)

    14. Suppose you were an investor and you were considering whether to buy a corporate bond from Joe's Corporation or a Municipal Bond from the city of St. Louis. Joe's corporate bond has a yield of 7%. The St Louis city bond has a yield of 5%. The income from Joe's bond is taxable. The income from the St Louis city bond is tax-free. If your effective tax rate is 30%, which bond would give you the higher after-tax yield?

    15. What was Joe's Net Worth at the end of 2013?

    16. Why is the market value of a firm's stock almost always higher than the book value of the firm's stock as shown on the balance sheet?

    Chapter 3:

    17. a. Calculate Joe's ROE for 2013.

    b Construct a Du Pont equation (use the extended, or modified version shown in the Week 1, chapters 2 & 3 lesson notes) and comment on the sources of Joe's ROE as revealed by the equation.

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