For a price of $95, Nicole will sell you a 10 year bond paying semi-annual coupons of 8% pa. The face value of the bond is $100. Other bonds with the same risk, maturity and coupon characteristics trade at a yield of 8% pa.

Find UniBar Corp's Cash Flow From Assets (CFFA), also known as Free Cash Flow to the Firm (FCFF), over the year ending 30th June 2013.

UniBar Corp | ||

Income Statement for | ||

year ending 30th June 2013 | ||

$m | ||

Sales | 80 | |

COGS | 40 | |

Operating expense | 15 | |

Depreciation | 10 | |

Interest expense | 5 | |

Income before tax | 10 | |

Tax at 30% | 3 | |

Net income | 7 | |

UniBar Corp | ||

Balance Sheet | ||

as at 30th June | 2013 | 2012 |

$m | $m | |

Assets | ||

Current assets | 120 | 90 |

PPE | ||

Cost | 360 | 320 |

Accumul. depr. | 40 | 30 |

Carrying amount | 320 | 290 |

Total assets | 440 | 380 |

Liabilities | ||

Current liabilities | 110 | 60 |

Non-current liabilities | 190 | 180 |

Owners' equity | ||

Retained earnings | 95 | 95 |

Contributed equity | 45 | 45 |

Total L and OE | 440 | 380 |

Note: all figures are given in millions of dollars ($m).

**Question 322** foreign exchange rate, monetary policy, American and European terms

The market expects the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) to decrease the policy rate by 25 basis points at their next meeting.

Then unexpectedly, the RBA announce that they will decrease the policy rate by 50 basis points due to fears of a recession and deflation.

What do you expect to happen to Australia's exchange rate? The Australian dollar will:

Some financially minded people insist on a prenuptial agreement before committing to marry their partner. This agreement states how the couple's assets should be divided in case they divorce. Prenuptial agreements are designed to give the richer partner more of the couples' assets if they divorce, thus maximising the richer partner's:

The first payment of a constant perpetual annual cash flow is received at time 5. Let this cash flow be ##C_5## and the required return be ##r##.

So there will be equal annual cash flows at time 5, 6, 7 and so on forever, and all of the cash flows will be equal so ##C_5 = C_6 = C_7 = ...##

When the perpetuity formula is used to value this stream of cash flows, it will give a value (V) at time:

The below screenshot of Commonwealth Bank of Australia's (CBA) details were taken from the Google Finance website on 7 Nov 2014. Some information has been deliberately blanked out.

What was CBA's approximate payout ratio over the 2014 financial year?

Note that the firm's interim and final dividends were $**1.83** and $**2.18** respectively over the 2014 financial year.

**Question 576** inflation, real and nominal returns and cash flows

What is the present value of a **nominal** payment of $1,000 in 4 years? The **nominal** discount rate is 8% pa and the inflation rate is 2% pa.

**Question 708** continuously compounding rate, continuously compounding rate conversion

Convert a **10**% continuously compounded annual rate ##(r_\text{cc annual})## into an effective annual rate ##(r_\text{eff annual})##. The equivalent effective annual rate is:

A non-dividend paying stock has a current price of $**20**.

The risk free rate is **5**% pa given as a continuously compounded rate.

Options on the stock are currently priced at $**5** for calls and $**5.55** for puts where both options have a **2** year maturity and an exercise price of $**24**.

You suspect that the **call** option contract is mis-priced and would like to conduct a risk-free arbitrage that requires zero capital. Which of the following steps about arbitraging the situation is **NOT** correct?

Find the Macaulay duration of a **2** year **5**% pa **semi**-annual fixed coupon bond which has a $**100** face value and currently has a yield to maturity of 8% pa. The Macaulay duration is: