Type
Quiz
Book Title
Fundamentals of Corporate Finance Standard Edition 9th Edition
ISBN 13
978-0073382395

FIN 29879

February 26, 2019
Recently, you discovered a putable income bond that is convertible. If you purchase this
bond, you will have the right to do which of the following?
I. force the issuer to repurchase the bond prior to maturity
II. choose when you wish to receive interest payments
III. convert the bond into a TIPS
IV. convert the bond into equity shares
A. I and III only
B. I and IV only
C. II and III only
D. III and IV only
E. I, II, and IV only
Miller Mfg. is analyzing a proposed project. The company expects to sell 8,000 units,
plus or minus 2 percent. The expected variable cost per unit is $11 and the expected
fixed costs are $287,000. The fixed and variable cost estimates are considered accurate
within a plus or minus 5 percent range. The depreciation expense is $68,000. The tax
rate is 32 percent. The sales price is estimated at $64 a unit, give or take 3 percent.
What is the net income under the worst case scenario?
A. $8,578
B. $18,228
C. $15,846
D. $20,704
E. $24,696
Your grandmother has promised to give you $5,000 when you graduate from college.
She is expecting you to graduate two years from now. What happens to the present
value of this gift if you delay your graduation by one year and graduate three years
from now?
A. remains constant
B. increases
C. decreases
D. becomes negative
E. cannot be determined from the information provided
You believe the price of a stock is going to decline within the next three months. Which
one of the following option payoff profiles will reflect a profit if your belief is correct?
A. buying a call
B. selling a call
C. buying a put
D. selling a put
E. none of the above
Which one of the following managers determines which customers must pay cash and
which can charge their purchases?
A. purchasing manager
B. credit manager
C. controller
D. production manager
E. payables manager
Bonner Metals wants to issue new 18-year bonds for some much-needed expansion
projects. The company currently has 11 percent bonds on the market that sell for
$1,459.51, make semiannual payments, and mature in 18 years. What should the
coupon rate be on the new bonds if the firm wants to sell them at par?
A. 5.75 percent
B. 6.23 percent
C. 6.41 percent
D. 6.60 percent
E. 6.79 percent
Which of the following statements are correct concerning convertible bonds?
I. New shares of stock are issued when a convertible bond is converted.
II. A convertible bond is similar to a bond with a call option.
III. A convertible bond should always be worth less than a comparable straight bond.
IV. A convertible bond can be described as having upside potential with downside
protection.
A. I and III only
B. I, II, and IV only
C. I, II, and III only
D. I, III, and IV only
E. II, III, and IV only
You are buying a previously owned car today at a price of $3,500. You are paying $300
down in cash and financing the balance for 36 months at 8.5 percent. What is the
amount of each loan payment?
A. $101.02
B. $112.23
C. $118.47
D. $121.60
E. $124.40
Which one of the following stocks is correctly priced if the risk-free rate of return is 3.7
percent and the market risk premium is 8.8 percent?
A. A
B. B
C. C
D. D
E. E
Farmer Jones raises several hundred acres of corn and would suffer a significant loss
should the price of corn decline at harvest time. Which one of the following would he
be doing if he purchased financial securities to offset this price risk?
A. abating
B. deriving
C. hedging
D. forwarding
E. manipulating
The delta of a call option on a firm's assets is 0.727. This means that a $195,000 project
will increase the value of equity by:
A. $141,765.
B. $180,219.
C. $211,481.
D. $264,909.
E. $268,226.
What is the expected return on this portfolio?
A. 11.48 percent
B. 11.92 percent
C. 13.03 percent
D. 13.42 percent
E. 13.97 percent
Which one of the following types of stock is defined by the fact that it receives no
preferential treatment in respect to either dividends or bankruptcy proceedings?
A. dual class
B. cumulative
C. non-cumulative
D. preferred
E. common
The Huff Co. has just gone public. Under a firm commitment agreement, Huff received
$21.50 for each of the 6 million shares sold. The initial offering price was $23.65 per
share, and the stock rose to $30.51 per share in the first few minutes of trading. Huff
paid $1,260,000 in direct legal and other costs, and $390,000 in indirect costs. The
flotation costs were what percentage of the funds raised?
A. 38.56 percent
B. 40.32 percent
C. 41.68 percent
D. 43.75 percent
E. 44.09 percent
A money market preferred stock:
A. has a floating dividend.
B. is sold only under a repurchase agreement.
C. is a special form of commercial paper.
D. has more price volatility than an ordinary preferred.
E. has its interest rate reset daily.
Systematic risk is measured by:
A. the mean.
B. beta.
C. the geometric average.
D. the standard deviation.
E. the arithmetic average.
Which one of the following is a direct bankruptcy cost?
A. company CEO's time spent in bankruptcy court
B. maintaining cash reserves
C. maintaining a debt-equity ratio that is lower than the optimal ratio
D. losing a key company employee
E. paying an outside accountant fees to prepare bankruptcy reports
The Dog House expects sales of $560, $650, $670, and $610 for the months of May
through August, respectively. The firm collects 20 percent of sales in the month of sale,
70 percent in the month following the month of sale, and 8 percent in the second month
following the month of sale. The remaining 2 percent of sales is never collected. How
much money does the firm expect to collect in the month of August?
A. $621
B. $628
C. $633
D. $639
E. $643
Roy's Welding Supplies common stock sells for $38 a share and pays an annual
dividend that increases by 3 percent annually. The market rate of return on this stock is
8.20 percent. What is the amount of the last dividend paid?
A. $1.80
B. $1.86
C. $1.92
D. $1.98
E. $2.10
G & L Plastic Molders spent $1,200 last week repairing a machine. This week the
company is trying to decide if the machine could be better utilized if they assigned it a
proposed project. When analyzing the proposed project, the $1,200 should be treated as
which type of cost?
A. opportunity
B. fixed
C. incremental
D. erosion
E. sunk
Over the past fifteen years, the common stock of The Flower Shoppe, Inc. has produced
an arithmetic average return of 12.2 percent and a geometric average return of 11.5
percent. What is the projected return on this stock for the next five years according to
Blume's formula?
A. 11.70 percent
B. 11.89 percent
C. 12.00 percent
D. 12.03 percent
E. 12.12 percent
Your friend is the owner of a stock which had returns of 25 percent, -36 percent, 1
percent, and 16 percent for the past three years. Your friend thinks the stock may be
able to achieve a return of 50 percent or more in a single year. Based on these returns,
what is the probability that your friend is correct?
A. less than 0.5 percent
B. greater than 0.5 percent but less than 1.0 percent
C. greater than 1.0 percent but less than 2.5 percent
D. greater than 2.5 percent but less than 16 percent
E. greater than 16.0 percent
The expected return on a portfolio considers which of the following factors?
I. percentage of the portfolio invested in each individual security
II. projected states of the economy
III. the performance of each security given various economic states
IV. probability of occurrence for each state of the economy
A. I and III only
B. II and IV only
C. I, III, and IV only
D. II, III, and IV only
E. I, II, III, and IV
If a firm sells its crown jewels when threatened with a takeover attempt, the firm is
employing a strategy commonly referred to as a _____ strategy.
A. scorched earth
B. shark repellent
C. bear hug
D. white knight
E. lockup
HG Livery Supply had a beginning accounts payable balance of $57,300 and an ending
accounts payable balance of $55,100. Sales for the period were $610,000 and costs of
goods sold were $442,000. What is the payables turnover rate?
A. 7.86 times
B. 8.39 times
C. 9.02 times
D. 9.86 times
E. 10.85 times
You are considering switching from an all cash credit policy to a net 30 credit policy.
You do not expect the switch to affect either your sales quantity or your sales price.
Ignoring interest and assuming that every month has 30 days, your net present value of
the switch will be equal to:
A. zero.
B. your selling price per unit.
C. your selling price per unit multiplied by -1.
D. your selling price per unit multiplied by -30.
E. your total monthly sales multiplied by -1.
The Wake-Up Coffee Company has projected the following quarterly sales amounts for
the coming year:
Accounts receivable at the beginning of the year are $200. Wake-Up has a 60-day
collection period. What is the amount of the accounts receivable balance at the end of
Quarter 3?
A. $375
B. $450
C. $500
D. $600
E. $700
HJ Corporation has excess cash and has opted to buy some of its shares of outstanding
common stock. What is this process of buying called?
A. stock dividend
B. stock split
C. stock repurchase
D. stock recap
E. stock repeal
You own a portfolio that has $2,000 invested in Stock A and $1,400 invested in Stock
B. The expected returns on these stocks are 14 percent and 9 percent, respectively. What
is the expected return on the portfolio?
A. 11.06 percent
B. 11.50 percent
C. 11.94 percent
D. 12.13 percent
E. 12.41 percent
At a minimum, which of the following would you need to know to estimate the amount
of additional reward you will receive for purchasing a risky asset instead of a risk-free
asset?
I. asset's standard deviation
II. asset's beta
III. risk-free rate of return
IV. market risk premium
A. I and III only
B. II and IV only
C. III and IV only
D. I, III, and IV only
E. I, II, III, and IV

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