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w2= 35,000/55,000= .6364
portfolio bet= .3636*.7 + .6364*1.3 = 1.082
Required ** rate** of

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than £340 million of funds. To reinvest this huge amount of funds it evaluates many investment options and acquisitions. To evaluate the worth of new investments, Lex uses discounted cash flow analysis. In order to employ DCF analysis method, discount ** rate** or cost of capital required. Now the question is arises ‘what should be real cost of capital’.
Case Analysis:
After a long series of acquisition and divestment, Lex service Plc’s businesses remains to consist only two fundamental halves:
* Automotive...

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well-diversified portfolio. The risk of individual securities is measured by β (beta). Thus, the equation for security market line (SML) is:
E(Rj) = Rf + [E(Rm) – Rf] βj
(Equation 1)
Where E(Rj) is the expected ** return** on security j, Rf the risk-free

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an annuity of $RM1 per period for t years (t-year annuity factor) is:
Measures of Risk:
Variance of ** returns** = σ2
= expected value of
Standard deviation of

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of the Australian Security Exchange (ASX) listed company, Woolworths Ltd (WOW). Historical data is utilised with the Retention Growth Model to estimate the expected perpetual semi-annual growth ** rate** of the company’s dividends. The Capital Asset Pricing Model is used to estimate the required

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ASSIGNMENT
UDBS
Consider a 10 year bond that has a face value shs 1000, a coupon ** rate** of 6% and pays interest once a year.
(a)Suppose person A bought this bond at par when it was initially issued and sold it 1 year later to person B for shs 1024.What is B’s total

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subtract
Best case +P, +Q, -V, -FC Worst case –P, -Q, +V, +FC
Best case scenario: OFC = [(Q+ x P+) – (Q+ x V-) – FC- – DEP] (1 - TAX ** RATE**) +DEP high rev, low cost
Worst case scenario: OCF= [(Q- x P-) – (Q- x V+) – FC+ – DEP] (1 - TAX

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download the US 3 month T-Bills (TB3MS) interest ** rates** series through
December 2012. To do this, type “TB3MS” in cell A1 type “m” in cell A3 click the button “Get FRED data”.
You’ll have to delete some rows to get a data set through December 2012. Don’t delete the “dates” column –
you’ll need it later on.
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University of Toronto, Department of Economics, ECO 204, 2013 - 2014
Note: FRED’s TB3MS series reports the monthly interest

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2, 3, 4, & 6)
1. Is the ** return** on the one-year T-bill risk free?
No, the

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defined as the ** rate** of

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