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B6005 Financial Management

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B6005 Financial Management

Answer Key In-class Exercise 3 Bond Valuation

Discounted cash flows                                                                                         Answer: F

.         The market value of any real or financial asset, including stocks, bonds, or art work, may be found by determining future cash flows and then discounting them back to the present.

Call provision                                                                                                                  Answer: F 

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Indifference curve

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Prof. Thomas S. Alvarez



Table below shows 1.La points in four different curves for a consumer indifference.
(a) Draw the indifference curves I, II, III and IV in the same system of axes.
(b) What are the indifference curves?

IIIIIIIV QxQyQxQyQxQyQxQy21331251271236485, 598944,556,368,39753,56577106,36374,486115,772,78495,4125,3
a) Imageb) Indifference curves graphically display the tastes and preferences of consumers (in the analysis of utility, total utility curve introduced consumer tastes). The consumer is indifferent as to all the various combinations of X and Y on the same indifference curve but rather points higher

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Concept of education

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what is ngative power?//negtive busines power:is somthing that organzation get by acquiring immense amount of wealth,knowledge and technology in country.Such power may case troubles to the compony as well as the country.So the goverment should take necessary steps to regulate such business power not being emerging as negative business power.

The diffrences betwen direct expenses/costs and indirect expense/costs?// 1-direct expense/costs: The value of the compenents/patrs or material used during income period.//2-idirect expenses/costs: expenses that covers indirct cost of produce during the income period example of indirect expenses includes transport costs(patrol/repaire)markting costs(advarsting)and adminstration costs(bank fees, mobile and... Continue reading "Concept of education" »

Types of markets

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In any type of business, exists Buyers and sellers who negotiate a product price determined by the demand and Supply of the product. In this essay, there are going to explain the main types Of markets.

The types of markets are Necessaries because of this help to make decisions about their prices and the Production of their business.

Exists 3 main types of markets. First, perfect competition is a marketing system where has a large number of Buyers and sellers. The sellers offer the lowest price of their goods to the Buyers because there are many competitors. An example in Mexico is Dilusa Because it has many meat producers companies so there is a lot of market Competition.

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Solemne 3

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The company is affering some employees the chance to take RETIREMENT
Many employees in my positions reah GLASS CEILING
The company will give this course to TRAIN the employees on work
Twelve workers in a factory in Madrid are now UNEMPLOYEER
Before APPOINTING the new productor manager
In usa many employees prefer plenty of job  MOBILITY
Move someone to another job REDEPLAY
Level or skill to do job ABILITY
Providing something that is needed RESOURCING
Choose someone to a move senior job PROMOVE
Spend money on a business INVESTIN
Do very well in year career  GET ON
Someone proving money for business VENTURE CAPITALIST
Share in a business you gain if it succeeds STAKE
Profit from shareholding RETURN ON INVESTMENT
Opportunity to sell something
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Aggregate demand and aggregate supply cheat sheet

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Y=Co +\- @(Y-To) + Io + Go and/or +Xn

Y=Co+\- 1/@ - @To+Io+Go and/or + Xn 

Y - 1/@ = Co - @To +Io + Go and/or + Xn

Y(1-@) = Co - @To + Io + Go and/or + Xn

Y=Co - @To + Io + Go and/or + Xn

                 1 - @

C= Co + 1/@*d --- taxes

  = Co + @ (y-Io) --- no taxes

yd= y- To

K = 1/1-mpc

k= 1/mps

DI= c+s



MPC = 1 / 1-@

MPS = 1 / @

Multiplier = 1 / 1-mpc or 1/mps

xn = x-m

Ca = C +/- mpc * tx

Sa = S +/- mps * tx

Aggregate Demand - Total value of real aggregate output that both sectors of the economy are willing to purchase at some AVG price.

AD = L(p)

Investment rates, future business expectations, Technology, Degree of excess capacity, Business Taxes

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Mass and balance

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GLOBALISATION= Growing integration of national economies into a global

market economy, in which almost all areas on earth are interconnected.


-Increased free trade between nations

-Increased liquidity of capital allowing     

investors in developed nations to invest in developing nations.

-Corporations have greater flexibility to operate across borders.

-Global mass media ties the world together.

-Increased flow of communications allos vital information to be shared between individuals and corporations around the world.

-Greater ease and speed of transportation of goods and people

-Reduction of cultural barriers increases the global village effect

-Spread of democratic ideals to developed nations

-Greater interdependence of nation states


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One of the consequences to apply globalization process all over the world is the financial and monetary movement, wich escapes to government´s control.
A tobin Tax, suggested by Nobel Memorial Priice in Economic Sciences Laureate economist called James Tobin (princeton, usa, 1971), was originaly defined as a tax on all "spot conversations",-expeculations exchanges and financial engineering- of one currency into another.
The idea of this tax is very simple: at each exchange of a currency into another a samll tax would de paid 0.5% of the volume of the transaction.

Aircraft systems

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Regional economic integration, also known as regionalism, is the process whereby countries in a Geographic region cooperate to reduce or eliminate barriers to the International flow of products, people, or capital. There are five main types Of regional economic integration: Free trade area, customs union, common Market, economic union and political union. The economic integration between two Or more countries is at its lowest point in free trade area, and increases from Type to type, all the way to political union, where counties coordinate aspects Of their economic and political systems at its fullest. In the past decade, There has been an increase in the agreement between countries, which has led to A debate on whether regional economic integration... Continue reading "Aircraft systems" »

Indifference curve with 5 products

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Members of the local business community often complain about the lack of support for locally produced goods. The publics indifference to local products is both the result of a lack of awareness and the huge variety of imported goods available. There is cleary scope for the goverment to do something about this situation. In this essay i will discuss two possible approches that could be taken.

The first of these is a public service advertising campaign. This would alert people to the many benefits of buying local goods. The campaign could be supported by labelling products as locally made. While this almost certainly lead to the advantages of buying locally, more could still be done to make local good more competitive in terms of prise.
A second
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