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#### Modifications to Linton Projections

Question What modifications (if any) do you feel should be made to Linton's projections. Justify any further assumptions you make, and suggest how your figures could be verified. Summary This question belongs to international finance and discusses about modifications to be made in Linton’s ... Read More

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#### Value of Mandrake as an Acquisition Candidate

Question What value does Mandrake have as an acquisition candidate? Summary This question belongs to international finance and discusses about value of mandrake as an acquisition candidate. Word count: 630 ... Read More

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#### Analysis of Possible Synergies not Reflected in Lintons Base Case Assumptions

Question How would you analyse possible synergies or other sources of value not reflected in Linton's base case assumptions? Summary This question belongs to international finance and discusses about Linton’s base case assumptions. Word count: 300 ... Read More

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#### 3 Year Financial Model to Demonstrate Level of Incremental Revenue

Question We are assembling a top team across the company to look at the feasibility of adding a daily section of the newspaper and website devoted to national sports coverage. This would entail a significant expansion upon our current coverage with highlights of key games, sports scores, stan ... Read More

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#### Profit or Loss to a Short Forward Position MCQ

Question The current price of a stock is $42. The stock does not pay dividends. A 3-month forward contract on this stock is priced at $44. What is closest to the profit or loss to a SHORT forward position if the spot price of the stock rises to $45 on the expiration date? (a) &nbs ... Read More

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#### Derivative Positions in Hedging a Stock MCQ

Question You have a SHORT position in XYZ stock. You are worried about the possibility of this position losing money. Which of the following derivative positions would be least helpful in hedging your short position in XYZ stock? (a) Long ... Read More

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#### Payoff from a Long Position in the Call Option MCQ

Question XYZ is a stock currently priced at $106 and does not pay a dividend. Consider a one year call option with strike price $105. What is closest to the payoff from a long position in the call option if the stock price rises to $109 in one year? (a) &nb ... Read More

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#### Stock Value Closest to the Price of a One Year Call MCQ

Question XYZ is a stock currently priced at $100 that does not pay a dividend. Assume further that the annual effective interest rate is 4% (i.e., $100 loaned today will return $104 one year from now), and that a 1-year put option with strike price $106 is priced at $8. What is cl ... Read More

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#### Price of a One Year Forward Contract on Stock MCQ

Question XYZ stock is priced at $100. The continuously compounded dividend yield on the stock is 3%. The continuously compounded interest rate is 5%. Which is closest to the price of a 12-month forward contract on XYZ stock? (a) $99 (b) & ... Read More

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#### Price of a One year Forward Contract on Stock MCQ

Question XYZ is a stock currently priced at $100. It is anticipated that XYZ will pay a special dividend of $5.25 in 1 year. Assume further that the annual effective interest rate is 5% (i.e., $100 loaned today will return $105 one year from now). What is closest to the price of a ... Read More

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#### Graph PAYOFF function of Stock and to find Common Derivative

Question XYZ stock is currently trading at $100. The one-year effective interest rate is 5% ($1 lent today yields $1.05 one year from now). A one year put with strike price $105 is priced at $5. Suppose you buy one put for $5, buy one share for $100, and borrow $100. Graph the PAYOFF ... Read More

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#### Calculation of Forward Price of a Stock that Pays no Dividend

Question Consider a stock that pays no dividend trading at $100. Suppose one-year call options with strike prices of $95, $100, $105, and $110 can be bought for a premiums of $16.41, $12, $9, and $7.24 respectively. Suppose the annual effective interest rate is 5% (i.e., a $100 bond pay ... Read More

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