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All Current Final Term Papers Spring 2013

From 20 Jul , 2013 to 31 Jul 2013 Spring 2013


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my todays paper

Hedging against interest rate risk

Valutions of common shares

Credit sales

Law of one price

Factors of multinational company

2 quations numeric(varience and FRA)

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MCQs were mostly from past papers.

Question: It is January 1, and you have made a New Year's resolution to invest Rs.2,000 in an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) at the end of every year for the next 30 years. If your money is compounded at an average annual rate of 9 percent, how much will you have accumulated at the end of 30 years?

Question: Differentiate between Management Buyout and Management Buy-In.


Question: How currency exchange risk of a floating exchange rate system differs from  fixed exchange rate system?

Question: What are the industry and firm level factors that can increase the risk of financial distress for firms?

Question: AND manufacturer mostly sells goods on credit and has an average collection period of 35 days. Company is recently considering two options regarding terms of credit. First option includes terms of 3/10 net 35  with an estimation that 40% of the customers will pay within 10 days whereas remaining 60% will pay after 35 days.  Second option includes terms of 3/15 net 35 days with an estimation that 60% of the customers will pay within 15 days whereas remaining will pay after 35 days.


What will be its average collection period in both options?

Which option will result in less average collection period for AND manufacturer (ignoring the cost of discounts)?

Question: What are the share valuation methods for Mergers & Acquisitions?

Question: A company is considering to take the loan of Rs.5 million on which it has to pay semiannual interest at KIBOR plus 1.5%. Company intends to enter into an option against rise in interest rates by buying a CAP at a strike rate of 8%.

There will be two expiry dates within the agreement:



Six month KIBOR at expiry


30 - June Year 1


July - Dec. Year 1

31 - Dec. Year 1


Jan - June  Year 2



1. At which expiry date option will be exercised and why?

2. Calculate cash payment if the option is exercised.


Question: Delta Limited Company is considering investing in a project which will yield annual cash flows of Rs. 15,000, Rs. 20,000, Rs. 23,500 and Rs. 18,000. Calculate Discounted Payback Period of the project if discount rate is 12% and initial investment is Rs.52, 000. Comment on feasibility of project if company has policy to accept project having discounted payback period less than 4 years.


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