The Litton Company has established Standards as follows: Direct Material: 3 pounds per unit @ $4 per pound = $12 per unit Direct Labor: 2 hours per unit at $8 per hour = $16 per unit Variable Manufacturing Overhead: 2 hours per unit @$5 per hour = $10 per unit Units Produced = 600 units Direct Material Used = 2000 poun
MooreHouse Clinic uses client visits as it's measure of activity. During December, the clinic budgeted for 3,700 Client visits, but it's actual level of activity was 3690 client visits. The clinic has provided the following data concerning the formulas used in it's budgeting and it's actual results for December. The personal
Most publicly traded companies are analyzed by numerous analysts. These analysts often don't agree about a company's future prospects. In this exercise you will find analysts' ratings about companies and make comparisons over time and across companies in the same industry. You will also see to what extent the analysts experience
Define translation exposure and transaction exposure. How do these risks affect a manufacturing organization considering expansion to India or Brazil.
What is the amount of a loan required to increase total liabilities by 10%?
Assume Venture Healthcare sold bonds that have a 10-year maturity, a 12% coupon rate with annual payments, and a $1,000 par value. Suppose that two years after the bonds were issued, the required interest rate fell to 7%. What would be the bonds value? Suppose that two years after the bonds were issued, the required interest rat
In Washburn's factory, what is the break-even point for the new line of guitars if the retail price is $349? Using Washburn guitars, explain shifting the demand curve versus moving along the demand curve. Discuss the factors that affect the demand for Washburn guitars.
I would like pros and cons of the following reimburesments: Prospective-payment, Cost-reimbursement, Discounted-charge, Flat-rate reimbursement. How does each of the reimbursement system affect the departments of health care companies and healthcare providers.
Country Risk Analysis paper Conduct an initial country risk analysis for each country in your scenario. The selected scenario is : A manufacturing organization considering expansion to India or Brazil Include the following risk analyses in your paper: 1.Translation exposure 2.Transaction exposure
A company is planning to invest $75,000 (before taxes) in a personnel training program. The $75000 outlay will be charged off as an expense by the firm this year (Year 0). The returns estimated from the program in the forms of greater productivity and less employee turnover are as follows (on an after-tax basis): Years 1-10:
What are the benefits of non-financial strategies? How are they helpful to the overall marketing effort?
6) You are taking out a 100,000 mortgage loan to be repaid over 25 years in 300 monthly payments a) if the interest rate is 16% per year what is the amount of the monthly payment? Answer: PMT = 1,358.89 b) if you can afford to pay 1500 per month and need to borrow 100,000 how many months would it take to pay off the mortgage?
AKA's stock is currently selling for $11.44. This year the firm had earnings per share of $2.80 and the current dividend is $0.68. Earnings are expected to grow 7% a year in the foreseeable future. The risk-free rate is 10 percent and the expected market return is 14.2 percent. What will be the effect on the price of AKAs' stock
For the product or service that your employer provides to market (or a product offering of your choice from a company of interest), discuss in detail whether you believe the demand for that product or service is relatively elastic or relatively inelastic. What is the price elasticity of demand and what in general determines t
As we have recently experienced, the instability in the price of gasoline has created sudden increases in prices. Mostly these increases are from changes in the supply, but can the gas companies pass all the increases along to the consumer? Some of the gas companies would like to discover or test the elasticity of demand, or at
Do empirical studies support or reject the notion that corporate insiders earn abnormal profits on their trades? What about outside investors who mimic their trades? What forms of market efficiency, if any, are supported by these studies?
Explain the difference between sensitivity analysis and scenario analysis. Offer an argument for the proposition that scenario analysis offers a more realistic picture of a project's risk than does sensitivity analysis.
A person plans to retire today and expects to begin living off their retirement savings beginning one year from now and continuing until death. Identify and explain key variables that will influence the amount of income that can be taken from retirement saving annually until death. How will increasing and decreasing these key va
How does Wal-Mart address the following and how does it affect logistics operations: the relationship between service level, uncertainty, safety stock, and order quantity. How can trade-offs between these elements be made?
Assume you wish to control the price movements of 100 shares of stock. You may buy 100 shares of stock directly or purchase a call option on the 100 shares. Which strategy is likely to expose you to the larger potential dollar amount of loss? Which strategy is likely to expose you to the larger potential percent loss on your inv
A 40 (strike price) July put option is purchased for 6.50 on a stock selling at $35 per share. If the stock ends up on expiration at 38.50, what will be the value of the put option?
Provide a summary of financial analysis for Nissan for 2010 and 2011: Current Ratio Quick Ratio Cash Ratio Total Debt Ratio Debt Equity Ratio Times Interest Earned Return on Equity Return on Total Assets Net Profit/Sales Expense/Sales Asset Turnover Price Earnings Ratio
Jones Company sales last year were $25 million and its total assets were $8 million. Accounts payable were $2 million and common stock and retained earnings were $5 million. Jones sales are forecasted to be $30 million this year, earnings after tax are expected to be 3% of sales, and dividends of $250,000 are expected to be paid
ICU has current assets of $800,000 and net fixed assets of $1,400,000. The firm expects its sales to climb 25 percent next year from its current level of $3,500,000. ICU's only current liability is accounts payable of $1,200,000. If both current assets and current liabilities will increase proportionately with sales, what additi
Trail Guides, Inc., is currently evaluating two mutually exclusive investment. After doing a scenario analysis and applying probabilities to each scenario, they have determine that the investments have the following distributions around the expected NPVs. Profitability NPV A NPV B 15% -$
As a member of the finance team, you have been asked to prepare the upcoming yearorganizational budget for your dietary department at Krona Community Hospital. After reviewing specific data, internal input, and external input from various sources, you find that the executive managerment team would like the gudget to reflect the
1) A stock had a price at the beginning of the year of $100 and was selling for $102 at the end of the year. If the total shareholder returns were 5 percent, then the cash dividend per share must have been Correct Answer: $3. 2) A firm with a 50 percent debt ratio faces a 40 percent tax rate and pays a 10 percent interes
Review the information provided on the Federal Election Commission's website before opening the assessment: http://www.fec.gov/pages/brochures/pubfund.shtml. You will find answers to the survey there: http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/?p=WEB228UJCY65PR . Grading for this assignment is pass/fail. You must answer 100% of the questio
What components would you include in your business plan to gain the attention of the loan officer at a commercial lending financial institution? What makes these components important?
An effectively organized loan application reduces the time spent waiting for a response to a loan request. According to John Nelson III, SCORE counselor in Rhode Island and vice president of a major U.S. bank, "in about 80 percent of the cases, the formal request is not complete" (U.S. Small Business Administration, n.d.) What f