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Calculate Unit Price of Product and NPV for a New Project

Question HGK, a Thai firm, is considering starting production of high-def TVs in its U.S subsidiary for sale in the U.S. The project has a 4-year life and requires an initial investment of $6,000,000 in equipment. The equipment is to be depreciated (to zero) on a straight line basis and is expected ... Read More

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Choosing an investment strategy by calculating the cash inflows

Question Faulpeltz Gmbh is a German subsidiary of Lazy Ltd., a British MNC. Faulpeltz is considering a 5-year project in Germany that requires an initial investment of 1,360 million Euros (EU). The project will generate cash flows of EU 450 million per year in the years 1 to 4 and EU 575 million at ... Read More

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Calculating the Present Value of Shares and Currency

Question At the end of 2011 you bought 25000 shares of a Mexican stock at a price of 220 peso/share. At that time the spot exchange rate was 0.2458$/peso. Nine months later, you sold these shares for 240.5 peso/share.  If your annualized US-$ rate of return on that investment was 21.5%, what w ... Read More

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Calculating the Exchange rate between currencies after taking into account inflation

Question Toshiyuki Matsukawa is production manager for Tanaka Chemicals, a Japanese chemical manufacturer operating throughout Asia. He is considering a proposal to build a chemical plant in Thailand to service the growing Southeast Asian market. The project information is as follows: The exchange ... Read More

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Essay on Personal or Individual Investment Portfolio

Question Write an essay of about 3000 words by analyzing your own situation and risk profile (character, life-style, time horizon, objectives, etc), then reflect this is a portfolio of funds or ETF using the examples. Before selecting the investment vehicles you will need to determine your asset al ... Read More

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Personal Investment Portfolio: Analysis for Post Retirement Income Scheme

Question Suppose you have reached retirement. You have saved a good amount of money, say EUR 500,000, but, if you wish to take a currency and an amount more realistic for your country, please do so. You are now to make a comparison between two approaches to using your wealth to see you through reti ... Read More

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What is the Mixture of Debt and Equity for operations and what Decisions include in Working Capital Management?

Question 1.  The mixture of debt and equity used by a firm to finance its operations is called: a.    Working capital management. b.    Financial depreciation. c.    Cost analysis. d.    Capital budgeting, capital structure 2. Worki ... Read More

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What are Accounting Profits and Cash Flows and What should Increase by the Decisions made by Financial Managers?

Question 1. Accounting profits and cash flows are: a.    Generally the same since they reflect current laws and accounting standards. b.    Generally the same since accounting profits reflect when cash flow is received. c.    Generally not the same sinc ... Read More

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What Increases Operating Cash Flow and Finding out Working Capital

Question 1. Everything else being equal, an increase in which one of the following will cause the operating cash flow to increase? a.    Revenues b.    Net working capital c.    Long-term debt d.    Taxes e.    Costs 2. Cu ... Read More

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Finding out EBITDA and Finding out Capitall Expenditure

Question 1. Your firm has net income of $198 on total sales of $1,200. Costs are $715, depreciation is $145 and amortization is $55. The tax rate is 34%. The firm does not have any interest expense. What is your firm's EBITDA? a.    $93 b.    $241 c.     ... Read More

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Which High Current Ratio represents Poor Financial Management and Find Out the Correct statement in Ratio Analysis

Question 1. A high current ratio may indicate what aspect of poor financial management? a.    the firm will have difficulty meeting  short-term  obligations h. the firm lacks liquidity b.    the firm should borrow more c.    the firm may be ca ... Read More

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Proper Execution of Financial Planning and How to Calculate The Number of Days for Inventory

Question 1. Financial planning, when properly executed: a.    Ignores the normal constraints encountered by a firm. b.    Ensures that the primary goals of senior management are fully achieved. c.    Reduces the necessity of daily management oversight o ... Read More

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