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  1. Using an online bond calculator, these bonds have a current price of $ 1 ,136.78. Then using this price and a yield of 7.5% for 20 periods...

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  2. ...100%) Beta of ABC 's asset = 1 x 0.8 = 0.8 Using CAPM: ... Premium) = 4 + (0.8 x 10 ) = 12% Since ABC is an All Equity firm...

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  3. ...by approximately the amount of the dividend. So, if Scott buys ABC at $ 10 /share just before the ex-dividend date, and receives a dividend of $ 1 /share, he can then sell the stock, but will typically get around $9/share. (Absent...

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  4. D. Expensed. If an asset is impaired in value, as defined by management estimates and projections, then the value should be recorded down to its market value. Since the future market value of the asset is zero...

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  5. Assume the following bond and a date of 10 /15/2010: ABC Corp . 10 %, due 10 /15/2026, callable 10 /15/2016 @ 107 Price: 115.80 YTC = 7.6 YTM = 8.2

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  6. ... remaining, at 12.5%, will be 242.14 The PV of the 1 ,000 face value will be 243.32. Combined = 485.46 The price of the...

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  7. Jan 1 debit cash $200,000, credit shareholders equity $200,000 ( 10 ,000 shares) Credit cash $4800, debit ABC common stock $4800 Credit cash $1600, debit DEF common stock $1600 ...

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  9. He paid $60 per share instead of $50 per share, a $ 10 difference * 100 shares = $ 1 ,000 AND he paid $400 for the call. Total money he could have...

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  10. ...assume any money you invest returns 7%/ year. If that is so, $ 1 /year for 30 years is worth $13.30 (assuming beginning...

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