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EXAMINATION NUMBER

06058501

Future Cash Flow Valuation

1.       What is the present value of $3,000, discounted at 8 percent interest per period, for   two periods? (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)

                        A. $2,777.78            C. $3,499.20

                        B. $2,572.02            D. $3,240.00

 

2.       The stated interest payment made on a bond is called the

                        A. yield to maturity.

                        B. maturity.

                        C. face value.

                        D. coupon.

 

3.            An ordinary annuity of $500 per period, discounted at a rate of 8 percent per period   for 3 periods, has a present value of $1,288.55. If this same annuity was an annuity        due, what would its present value be? (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)

 

                        A. $1,288.55

                        B. $1,500.00

                   C. $1,391.63

                   D. $1,788.55

 

4.       The relationship between real returns, nominal returns, and inflation is commonly

          referred to as the

 

                    A. dirty price.

                   B. Fisher effect.

                   C. Treasury yield curve.

                   D. bid-ask spread.

 

5.       On an investment of $2,000, you’ll earn 10 percent interest per year compounded

          semiannually. What is the future value of this investment after one year?

 

                   A. $2,205                C. $2,420

                        B. $2,100                 D. $4,500

 

6.       What is the future value of a $10,000 investment, earning 12 percent interest

          per period, after three periods? (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)

 

                        A. $7,117.80            C. $12,544.00

                        B. $11,200.00           D. $14,049.28

 

7.       Where does most bond trading occur?

 

                        A. At the corporate headquarters of Moody’s

                        B. In the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)

                        C. Electronically, over the counter

                        D. At the corporate headquarters of Standard and Poor’s

 

8.       Suppose that you buy a $5,000 bond with a 12 percent annual coupon, payable

          semiannually on January 1 and July 1. On both January 1 and July 1, the bondholder

          will receive $300, for a total annual interest payment of $600 ($300 + $300).

          Based on the principal and accrued interest only, how much would you expect

          to pay to purchase this bond on May 1?

 

                   A. $5,200                C. $5,300

                        B. $5,000                D. $5,600

 

9.       Today, you deposit $1,000 into an account that pays 12 percent interest annually.

          How much will you have in the account after 4 years? (Round your answer to the

          nearest cent.)

 

                        A. $635.52               C. $1,120.00

                        B. $1,254.40            D. $1,573.52

 

10.     A type of loan that’s paid off by making regular principal reductions, usually    according to a specified schedule, is called a(n)

           

                        A. annuity due.         C. amortizing loan.

                        B. debenture.           D. corporate bond.

 

11.     What is the present value of the right to receive four equal payments (ordinary

          annuity) of $500 per period, discounted at a rate of 10 percent per period? (Round

          your answer to the nearest cent.)

 

                   A. $341.51               C. $1,584.94

                        B. $454.55               D. $732.05

 

12.     On an initial investment of $1,000, you can earn 12 percent interest per year

          compounded annually, or 12 percent interest per year compounded semi annually.

          Which of the following statements is correct?

 

            A. 12 percent per year, compounded annually, is the better interest rate for

          the investment.

            B. 12 percent per year, compounded semiannually, is the better interest rate

          for the investment.

            C. There’s no difference between the two interest rates; both rates will produce

          the same future value.

            D. It isn’t possible to determine the future value of this investment based on

          the information provided.

 

13.     The payments made by a corporation to shareholders, either in cash or in stock,

          are called

 

                        A. dividends.            C. cash flows.

                        B. capital gains.        D. bond yields.

 

14.     What is the future value of a $1,500 investment, earning 10 percent interest

          per period, after two periods? (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)

           

                        A. $1,650.00            C. $1,815.00

                        B. $1,363.63            D. $1,239.67

15.     A stock’s expected cash dividend divided by its current price is called the

 

                        A. dividend yield.       C. constant growth.

                        B. capital gains yield. D. ask price.

 

16.     Today, you deposit $6,000 into an account that pays 10 percent annually. In one

          year, you’ll deposit another $4,000 in the account. How much will you have in the

          account after two years?

           

                        A. $10,600               C. $10,000

                        B. $11,660               D. $11,000

 

17.     What is the present value of $2,200, discounted at 10 percent interest per period,

          for one period? (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)

 

                        A. $2,420.00            C. $1,818.18

                        B. $2,000.00            D. $1,980.00

 

18.     Which of the following statements about stock trading is correct?

           

            A. The NASDAQ is a computer network, with no physical location for trading.

            B. The number of NYSE exchange members is unlimited.

            C. The NASDAQ uses a specialist system for actively traded stocks.

            D. The NYSE does not have a physical location for stock trading activities.

 

19.     You want to invest money for 3 years in an account that pays 7 percent interest

          annually. How much would you need to invest today to reach a future goal of $5,000?

          (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)

 

                        A. $4,650.00            C. $4,762.90

                        B. $6,125.22            D. $4,081.49

 

20.     What is the present value of the right to receive four equal payments (annuity due)

          of $1,000 per period, discounted at a rate of 10 percent per period? (Round your

          answer to the nearest cent.)

           

                        A. $1,909.09            C. $1,464.10

 

                        B. $3,486.85            D. $2,486.85

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Future Cash Flow Valuation

1.       What is the present value of $3,000, discounted at 8 percent interest per period, for   two periods? (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)

                        A. $2,777.78            C. $3,499.20

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