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Bonds X and Y are issued by the same US company. Both bonds yield 10% pa, and they have the same face value (100), maturity, seniority, and payment frequency. The only difference is that bond X and Y's coupon rates are 8 and 12% pa respectively. Which of the following statements is true? In Australia, nominal yields on semi-annual coupon paying Government Bonds with 2 years until maturity are currently 2.83% pa. The inflation rate is currently 2.2% pa, given as an APR compounding per quarter. The inflation rate is not expected to change over the next 2 years. What is the real yield on these bonds, given as an APR compounding every 6 months? Below are 4 option graphs. Note that the y-axis is payoff at maturity (T). What options do they depict? List them in the order that they are numbered One formula for calculating a levered firm's free cash flow (FFCF, or CFFA) is to use earnings before interest and tax (EBIT). \begin{aligned} FFCF &= (EBIT)(1-t_c) + Depr - CapEx -\Delta NWC + IntExp.t_c \\ &= (Rev - COGS - Depr - FC)(1-t_c) + Depr - CapEx -\Delta NWC + IntExp.t_c \\ \end{aligned} \\ Does this annual FFCF or the annual interest tax shield? Which of the following statements is NOT correct? Bond investors: Question 598 future, tailing the hedge, cross hedging The standard deviation of monthly changes in the spot price of lamb is0.015 per pound. The standard deviation of monthly changes in the futures price of live cattle is $0.012 per pound. The correlation between the spot price of lamb and the futures price of cattle is 0.4. It is now January. A lamb producer is committed to selling 1,000,000 pounds of lamb in May. The spot price of live cattle is$0.30 per pound and the June futures price is $0.32 per pound. The spot price of lamb is$0.60 per pound.

The producer wants to use the June live cattle futures contracts to hedge his risk. Each futures contract is for the delivery of 50,000 pounds of cattle.

How many live cattle futures should the lamb farmer sell to hedge his risk? Round your answer to the nearest whole number of contracts.

Five years ago ($t=-5$ years) you entered into an interest-only home loan with a principal of $500,000, an interest rate of 4.5% pa compounding monthly with a term of 25 years. Then interest rates suddenly fall to 3% pa ($t=0$), but you continue to pay the same monthly home loan payments as you did before. Will your home loan be paid off by the end of its remaining term? If so, in how many years from now? Measure the time taken to pay off the home loan from the current time which is 5 years after the home loan was first entered into. Assume that the lower interest rate was given to you immediately after the loan repayment at the end of year 5, which was the 60th payment since the loan was granted. Also assume that rates were and are expected to remain constant. Which of the following statements about returns is NOT correct? A stock's: Question 869 economic order quantity A Queensland farmer grows strawberries in greenhouses and supplies Australian supermarkets all year round. The farmer must decide how often he should contract the truck driver to deliver his strawberries and how many boxes to send on each delivery. The farmer: • Sells 100,000 boxes of strawberries per year; • Incurs holding costs (refrigeration and spoilage) of$16 per box per year; and
• Must pay the truck driver delivery fees at $0.20 per box plus a$500 fixed fee per delivery.

Which of the following statements about the Economic Order Quantity is NOT correct?

Question 882  Asian financial crisis, foreign exchange rate, original sin, no explanation

In the Asian currency crisis in 1997, the Asian businesses most vulnerable to bankruptcy were those that: