# Fight Finance

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For a price of $13, Carla will sell you a share which will pay a dividend of$1 in one year and every year after that forever. The required return of the stock is 10% pa.

Would you like to Carla's share or politely ?

A bathroom and plumbing supplies shop offers credit to its customers. Customers are given 60 days to pay for their goods, but if they pay within 7 days they will get a 2% discount.

What is the effective interest rate implicit in the discount being offered? Assume 365 days in a year and that all customers pay on either the 7th day or the 60th day. All rates given in this question are effective annual rates.

In Germany, nominal yields on semi-annual coupon paying Government Bonds with 2 years until maturity are currently 0.04% pa.

The inflation rate is currently 1.4% 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?

A stock pays annual dividends. It just paid a dividend of $3. The growth rate in the dividend is 4% pa. You estimate that the stock's required return is 10% pa. Both the discount rate and growth rate are given as effective annual rates. Using the dividend discount model, what will be the share price? A risky firm will last for one period only (t=0 to 1), then it will be liquidated. So it's assets will be sold and the debt holders and equity holders will be paid out in that order. The firm has the following quantities: $V$ = Market value of assets. $E$ = Market value of (levered) equity. $D$ = Market value of zero coupon bonds. $F_1$ = Total face value of zero coupon bonds which is promised to be paid in one year. What is the payoff to debt holders at maturity, assuming that they keep their debt until maturity? Mr Blue, Miss Red and Mrs Green are people with different utility functions. Which of the statements about the 3 utility functions is NOT correct? Taking inflation into account when using the DDM can be hard. Which of the following formulas will NOT give a company's current stock price $(P_0)$? Assume that the annual dividend was just paid $(C_0)$, and the next dividend will be paid in one year $(C_1)$. Below is a table of the 'Risk-weights for residential mortgages' as shown in APRA Basel 3 Prudential Standard APS 112 Capital Adequacy: Standardised Approach to Credit Risk January 2013.  LVR (%) Standard eligible mortgages Non-standard eligible mortgages Risk-weight (no mortgage insurance) % Risk-weight (with at least 40% of the mortgage insured by an acceptable LMI) % Risk-weight (no mortgage insurance) % Risk-weight (with at least 40% of the mortgage insured by an acceptable LMI) % 0 – 60 35 35 50 35 60.01 – 80 35 35 75 50 80.01 – 90 50 35 100 75 90.01 – 100 75 50 100 75 > 100.01 100 75 100 100 A bank is considering granting a home loan to a man to buy a house worth$1.25 million using his own funds and the loan. The loan would be standard with no lenders mortgage insurance (LMI) and an LVR of 80%.

What is the minimum regulatory capital that the bank requires to grant the home loan under the Basel 3 Accord? Ignore the capital conservation buffer.

If a call option is out-of-the-money, then the spot price ($S_0$) is than, than or to the call option's strike price ($K_T$)?

Arthur and Bindi are the only people on a remote island. Their production possibility curves are shown in the graph.

Assuming that Arthur and Bindi cooperate according to the principles of comparative advantage, what will be their combined production possibilities curve?