# Fight Finance

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A company has:

• 140 million shares outstanding.
• The market price of one share is currently $2. • The company's debentures are publicly traded and their market price is equal to 93% of the face value. • The debentures have a total face value of$50,000,000 and the current yield to maturity of corporate debentures is 12% per annum.
• The risk-free rate is 8.50% and the market return is 13.7%.
• Market analysts estimated that the company's stock has a beta of 0.90.
• The corporate tax rate is 30%.

What is the company's after-tax weighted average cost of capital (WACC) in a classical tax system?

An established mining firm announces that it expects large losses over the following year due to flooding which has temporarily stalled production at its mines. Which statement(s) are correct?

(i) If the firm adheres to a full dividend payout policy it will not pay any dividends over the following year.

(ii) If the firm wants to signal that the loss is temporary it will maintain the same level of dividends. It can do this so long as it has enough retained profits.

(iii) By law, the firm will be unable to pay a dividend over the following year because it cannot pay a dividend when it makes a loss.

Select the most correct response:

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

A 2 year corporate bond yields 3% pa with a coupon rate of 5% pa, paid semi-annually.

Find the effective monthly rate, effective six month rate, and effective annual rate.

$r_\text{eff monthly}$, $r_\text{eff 6 month}$, $r_\text{eff annual}$.

You own a nice suit which you wear once per week on nights out. You bought it one year ago for $600. In your experience, suits used once per week last for 6 years. So you expect yours to last for another 5 years. Your younger brother said that retro is back in style so he wants to wants to borrow your suit once a week when he goes out. With the increased use, your suit will only last for another 4 years rather than 5. What is the present value of the cost of letting your brother use your current suit for the next 4 years? Assume: that bank interest rates are 10% pa, given as an effective annual rate; you will buy a new suit when your current one wears out and your brother will not use the new one; your brother will only use your current suit so he will only use it for the next four years; and the price of a new suit never changes. 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: A 2-year futures contract on a stock paying a continuous dividend yield of 3% pa was bought when the underlying stock price was$10 and the risk free rate was 10% per annum with continuous compounding. Assume that investors are risk-neutral, so the stock's total required return is the risk free rate.

Find the forward price $(F_2)$ and value of the contract $(V_0)$ initially. Also find the value of the contract in 6 months $(V_{0.5})$ if the stock price rose to $12. A risk manager has identified that their investment fund’s continuously compounded portfolio returns are normally distributed with a mean of 10% pa and a standard deviation of 40% pa. The fund’s portfolio is currently valued at$1 million. Assume that there is no estimation error in the above figures. To simplify your calculations, all answers below use 2.33 as an approximation for the normal inverse cumulative density function at 99%. All answers are rounded to the nearest dollar. Assume one month is 1/12 of a year. Which of the following statements is NOT correct?

Question 851  labour force, no explanation

Below is a table showing some figures about the Australian labour force.

 Australian Labour Force and Employment Data April 2017 Seasonally Adjusted figures Employed persons ('000) 12 061.9 Unemployed persons ('000) 751.4 Unemployment rate (%) 5.9 Participation rate (%) 64.8

Source: ABS 6202.0 Labour Force, Australia, Apr 2017

What do you estimate is the size of working age population in thousands (‘000)?

Which one of the following businesses is likely to be a public company in Australia, judging by its name?