1) This company pays a perpetual annual dividend of 2.5% of its par value. Par value is $100 per share. If investors require rate of return on this stock is 15%, what is the value of per share? 2) your company is considering an investment in a project which would require an initial outlay of $300,000 and produce expected
Real estate, Inc., has purchased a building for $1 million. the economic life of the building is 30 years and it will be fully depreciated over the 30 years using the straight-line depreciation method. the discount rate is 14% and the coporate tax rate is 35%. assume there is no inflation. what is the minimum lease payment the c
8-1: Does a balance sheet that is dated year-end 2004 reflect only transactions for that year? 8-7: In computing return on assets, how does the age of the assets influence the interpretation of the values? 21-5: What does the correlation coefficient measure? What are the two most extreme values it can take, and what d
1)Nick has a revolving department store credit card account with an annual percentage rate of 15%. Last month's balance on the account was 423.78. During the current month, he made purchases totaling 123.42 and made a payment of 100. The store uses the unpaid balance method. According to this information, what must be the amou
A firm has the following investment alternatives: Cash Inflows Year A B C 1 $500 $0 $0 2 $500 $400 $0 3 $500 $800 $0 4 $600 $900 $1900 Which investment should be considered? Use a 9.5% discount rate.
200,000 in assets to get into operation with only 2 financing alternatives 1. (all equity-all common stock) 2.50% equity and 50percent debt. You will put the entire 200,000 needed to purchase the assets if 50 percent debt financing is used you will contribute only 100,000 of your own funds and the remaining 100,000 will be obtai
How does the security market line react to changes in the rate of interest, changes in the rate of inflation, and changing investor expectations?
What are the different categories of ratios? Which category of ratios is of the most importance to a bondholder? Why? Which category of ratios is of the most important to a stockholder? Why? In your personal investments, which ratio is the most important to you? Why?
Please see attached. Please work the formula in steps.Last year's sales = So $400,000 Last year's accounts payable $40,000 Sales growth rate = g 30% Last year's notes payable $20,000 Last year's total assests = Ao $140,000 Last year's accruals $30,000 Last year's profit margin = M 15.0% Target payout ratio 30.0% a.
I have completed this assignment, but I wish to make sure I did everything correctly. The grade I will receive for this assignment is very important, because it will make me either pass this class with a good grade, or it will make me fail the class. Please help. Key Financial Data Dreamscape, Inc. Industry Average Ratio F
1. Debt securities that are accounted for at amortized cost, not fair value, are held-to-maturity debt securities. trading debt securities. available-for-sale debt securities. never-sell debt securities. 2. Bista Corporation declares and distributes a cash dividend that is a result o
Select for analysis one article from recent periodical or professional and academic journal. Give critical comments for this article support by overall financial techniques. Sum this article up in 500 words: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/06/14/business/14gret.html?_r=1&ref=business
Meals; high-low = 4,900-3,500=1400 Cost; high-low=$26,000-$20,500 =$5,500 The variable cost per meal: $5,500divided by 1,400 =$3.93 The variable cost for the low month; $13,755 Fixed cost; $20,500-[3,500 * $3.93] =$6,745 Px =a + bx 5.77 X =6,745 +3.93X 5.77-3.93=6,745+[3.93-3.93] 1.84X=6,745 1.84X DIVIDED BY 1.84X=6,745
1. Explain how you would go about evaluating the overall performance of a firm. Suppose you have $100,000 and want to invest the money. How would you proceed to find a good company to put your money in? What is it you are looking for (it has to be in finance terminology)? 2. Discuss the importance of quality in a firm's
If you are working at Johnson & Johnson and one of your responsibilities is to set prices for new drugs. The firm has invented a cure for Aids and is protected by patent. The cost for the one time injection that cures the disease is $100 and includes amortization of the development cost (The $1 billion cost to develop the pro
1. You will require $700 in 5 years. If you earn 5 percent interest on your funds, how much will you need to invest today to reach your goal? a. $575.34 b. $548.47 c. $545.44 d. $573.35 2. You deposit $1,000 in your bank account. If the bank pays 4 percent compounded interest, how much will you accumulate in your acc
You are considering investing in a company. Which financial ratios would you find most useful? Why? (150 words)
Using the following references: AT&T - Use 2008 Annual Report: http://www.att.com/gen/investor-relations?pid=9186 Verizon - Use the RED tabs at the top of the page to locate financial information http://investor.verizon.com/financial/annual/2007/guide.html Compare AT&T and Verizon's two most recent fiscal years based up
(Unrecognized Gains and Losses, Corridor Amortization) Rachel Avery, accounting clerk in the personnel office of Clarence G. Avery Corp., has begun to compute pension expense for 2004 but is not sure whether or not she should include the amortization of unrecognized gains/losses. She is currently working with the following begin
The Centennial Chemical Corp. announced that for the period ending March 31, 2008, it had earned income after taxes worth $5,330,275 on revenues of $13,144,680. The company's costs (excluding depreciation and amortization) amounted to 61 percent of sales, and it had interest expenses of $392,168. What is the firm's depreciation
How much does it currently cost the university to provide police services for football games? What would be the pros and cons of subcontracting this work completely to outside law enforcement agencies? Case Study " Southwestern University" from textbook Operations Management 9th ed. 4500-700 words.
Wong, currently 35, plans to retire at the age of 65. His current salary is $750,000 per annum that is expected to increase by 3% yearly. Upon retirement, he expects to maintain the same standard of living by spending 50% of his last drawn salary to maintain a comfortable lifestyle. Moreover, he also plans to liquida
BUNDLING AT THE SYMPHONY Value of Piece Type of Patron "Old Favorite" "Avant Garde" Conservatives (70% of Market Potential) $3.00 $1.00 Progressives (30% of Market Potential) $2.00 $5.00 Total Market = 1000 Patrons (700 Conservative and 300 Progressive) A concert consists of three pieces and each season consi
Throughout its existence, Saturn has never turned a profit for General Motors. Research the history of Saturn and GM's decision to continue funding it (although GM has now decided to close down the auto maker). Why hadn't Saturn made a profit? Was escalation of commitment in play in GM's decision? If so, how?
The stock of Lansing Corporation has a beta of 1.2. Lansing earned an annual return of 14 percent during a period when the return on the market portfolio was 12.5 percent. If the risk-free rate was 6 percent, did Lansing outperform the market on a risk-adjusted basis? There are several publishers who will provide a beta for
Data Case Stock beta for Beckman Engineering and Associates (BEA) is 1.2 and an expected return of 12.5%. BEA is an all-equity company. BEA's expected earnings per share this coming year $1.50, with forward P/E ratio of 14. Suppose BEA issues new risk-free debt with 5% yield and repurchases 40% of its stock. Assume perfe
P4-3 Future value tables Use the future value interest factors in Appendix Table A-1 in each of the cases shown in the table on the facing page to estimate, to the nearest year, how long it would take an initial deposit, assuming no withdrawals, a. To double b. To quadruple P12-19 EBIT-EPS and capital structure Data-
Need to refer back to mod 1 slp1 reference organization , then answer questions in a 2 page paper.
Introduction to Finance Week 3 Numerical Exercises: S. No. Problem 1 If the one-year spot rate is 5% (R1) (APR) and Two-year spot rate is 5.5% (R2) (APR) calculate the one-year rate one-year (Forward rate)(FR1) from today using pure expectations theory. 2 Given the following table: Type of Security
You are considering investing in a company. Which financial ratios would you find most useful? Why? You are an upper-level manager in a company. Which financial ratios would you consider most useful? Would these ratios be different than the ones you would consider useful as an investor? Why or why not?