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ByAdvanced Corporate Finance Exercises Session 1 « Pre-requisites: a reminder ». Professor Kim Oosterlinck E-mail: koosterl@ulb.ac.be. « Time value of Money, annuities » « Bond & Equity Valuation » « CAPM & Beta » . Q1. Buy a new house by borrowing

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ByRecap of Previous Lecture. Equivalence Equations Type I Interest rate is fixed or changes a finite number of times within the year Equivalence Equations Type II Interest rate changes an infinite number of times within the year. Recap of Previous Lecture (cont’d).

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ByQuiz 1 solution sketches. 1:00 Lecture, Version A Note for multiple-choice questions: Choose the closest answer. PV of Perpetuity. Alanis receives $600 per year, forever, starting 8 months from now. With an effective annual interest rate of 6%, what is the total PV of all payments?

ByCHAPTER 2 Time Value of Money. Future value Present value Annuities Rates of return Amortization. Last week. Objective of the firm Business forms Agency conflicts Capital budgeting decision and capital structure decision. The plan of the lecture. Time value of money concepts

BySuku Bunga Nominal dan Suku Bunga Efektif Pertemuan 5 s.d 6. Matakuliah : D 0094 Ekonomi Teknik Tahun : 2007. Materi. Effective Annual Interest Rate. Effective Interest Rate for any time period Hubungan Ekuivalensi : Single Amounts with PP ≤ CP. Nominal & Effective Interest Rate.

ByENGINEERING ECONOMICS. LECTURE - 08. ASST PROF. ENGR ALI SALMAN alisalman@ ceme.nust.edu.pk. DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT COLLEGE OF E & ME, NUST. Nominal and Effective Interest Rates.

ByChapter 6. Bonds, bond prices and interest rates. Bond prices and yields Bond market equilibrium Bond risks. Bonds: 4 types. zero coupon bonds e.g. Tbills fixed payment loans e.g. mortgages, car loans coupon bonds e.g. Tnotes, Tbonds consols. Zero coupon bonds. discount bonds

ByCHAPTER 5 Time Value of Money. Future value Present value Annuities Rates of return Amortization. Last week. Objective of the firm Business forms Agency conflicts Capital budgeting decision and capital structure decision. The plan of the lecture. Time value of money concepts

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ByFE Review – Engineering Economics. Valerie Thomas Industrial and Systems Engineering October 23 2013. With reference to ISyE 3025. Lectures and slides are available at http://www.isye.gatech.edu/engecon/lectures.php Cycle books from your 3025 course, one for each learning cycle.

ByENGR 345 Engineering Economy. Dr. Lotfi K.GAAFAR Eng. Ahmed Salah RIFKY. $2,000. F. 4. 2. 3. 1. i = 10%. $4,000. P = 4,000 - 2000*(P/F, 10%, 2) = 2,347.2 F= 2347.2 (F/P, 10%, 4) = 3,436.5 F = $3,436.5. Q1: Depict the following transactions on a cash flow diagram:

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ByMore on present value analysis. How do we discount multiple times within the same year? More tools for the building-for-sale example. Warm up application: Negative amortization loans. Good for… Cyclical jobs When there are good investment opportunities B e careful to think about risk here

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