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Which of the following statements about risk free government bonds is NOT correct?

Hint: Total return can be broken into income and capital returns as follows:

\begin{aligned} r_\text{total} &= \frac{c_1}{p_0} + \frac{p_1-p_0}{p_0} \\ &= r_\text{income} + r_\text{capital} \end{aligned}

The capital return is the growth rate of the price.
The income return is the periodic cash flow. For a bond this is the coupon payment.

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

 Piano Bar Income Statement for year ending 30th June 2013 $m Sales 310 COGS 185 Operating expense 20 Depreciation 15 Interest expense 10 Income before tax 80 Tax at 30% 24 Net income 56  Piano Bar Balance Sheet as at 30th June 2013 2012$m $m Assets Current assets 240 230 PPE Cost 420 400 Accumul. depr. 50 35 Carrying amount 370 365 Total assets 610 595 Liabilities Current liabilities 180 190 Non-current liabilities 290 265 Owners' equity Retained earnings 90 90 Contributed equity 50 50 Total L and OE 610 595 Note: all figures are given in millions of dollars ($m).

Carlos and Edwin are brothers and they both love Holden Commodore cars.

Carlos likes to buy the latest Holden Commodore car for $40,000 every 4 years as soon as the new model is released. As soon as he buys the new car, he sells the old one on the second hand car market for$20,000. Carlos never has to bother with paying for repairs since his cars are brand new.

Edwin also likes Commodores, but prefers to buy 4-year old cars for $20,000 and keep them for 11 years until the end of their life (new ones last for 15 years in total but the 4-year old ones only last for another 11 years). Then he sells the old car for$2,000 and buys another 4-year old second hand car, and so on.

Every time Edwin buys a second hand 4 year old car he immediately has to spend $1,000 on repairs, and then$1,000 every year after that for the next 10 years. So there are 11 payments in total from when the second hand car is bought at t=0 to the last payment at t=10. One year later (t=11) the old car is at the end of its total 15 year life and can be scrapped for $2,000. Assuming that Carlos and Edwin maintain their love of Commodores and keep up their habits of buying new ones and second hand ones respectively, how much larger is Carlos' equivalent annual cost of car ownership compared with Edwin's? The real discount rate is 10% pa. All cash flows are real and are expected to remain constant. Inflation is forecast to be 3% pa. All rates are effective annual. Ignore capital gains tax and tax savings from depreciation since cars are tax-exempt for individuals. A stock's standard deviation of returns is expected to be: • 0.09 per month for the first 5 months; • 0.14 per month for the next 7 months. What is the expected standard deviation of the stock per year $(\sigma_\text{annual})$? Assume that returns are independently and identically distributed (iid) and therefore have zero auto-correlation. Which of the following statements about book and market equity is NOT correct? You just paid$4 for a 3 month European style call option on a stock currently priced at $47 with a strike price of$50. The stock’s next dividend will be $1 in 4 months’ time. Note that the dividend is paid after the option matures. Which of the below statements is NOT correct? A one year European-style call option has a strike price of$4.

The option's underlying stock currently trades at $5, pays no dividends and its standard deviation of continuously compounded returns is 47% pa. The risk-free interest rate is 10% pa continuously compounded. Use the Black-Scholes-Merton formula to calculate the option price. The call option price now is: 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?

In an initial public offering (IPO):

Which of the following statements is NOT correct? An inverted US government bond yield curve indicates that: