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Q:1 How should investors interpret price-earnings ratios ?(3)
Q:2what are the problems in capital rationing?( 3 )
Q:3 what is bond ? explains its exemples? (5 )
A 5-year ordinary annuity has periodic cash flows of Rs.100 each year. If the interest
rate is 8 percent, the present value of this annuity is closest to which of the following?
Rs.331.20
Rs.399.30
Rs.431.24
Rs.486.65

Kindly solve this question.
Following long questions came in todays fresh paper....

Q:1Define EPS approach? (3 Marks)
Q2:-what are securities? (3 Marks)
Q3:-Calculation
Q4:-Define the Market Risk and Diversifiable risk? & why risk occurs? ( 5 marks)
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A 5-year ordinary annuity has periodic cash flows of Rs.100 each year. If the interest
rate is 8 percent, the present value of this annuity is closest to which of the following?
Rs.331.20
Rs.399.30
Rs.431.24
Rs.486.65

Aziz Amed its ans is Rs 399.30. as the formula is : CCF x [ 1 - {1/(1+i)^n} ]/i.

Q:1 How should investors interpret price-earnings ratios ?(3)
PE rtio is how much a investor  willnign  to pay per dolar of repored profits.these rato gives the optimisun or lck therefore,investor have aout the future perormnce of the comanpy

the PE ratio sometimes refred to as"Multilple",because it shows how much an invesror is willing to pay pe dollar of earing this interpet the pE rtio. as the compny is currently traing  multiple $20 the interprtion i tht an investor i wiling to pay $20 at $1 of currently enings.

what are the problems in capital rationing

3 types are problems in capital ratioing:-

  1. size diffrence of cash flow
  2. timing diffrence of cash flow
  3. difrent lives of of diffrent projects

what is bond ? explains its exemple?

 see pge # 9

I prepared only two old papers files containing papers of 2009 & 2010. I got 24 MCQ's attempted. I m attaching two of them herewith. The Long questions were as follows:-
1. What is interest rate tradeoff?
What is Bonds period tradeoff?
2. Numerical Given 1. Expected Return 2. Probability
Find Standard Deviation.
3. Write down the formula of NPV.
By DOSCP
Here is the attached files
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today aper of MGT201
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Q: Difference between expected return and required rate of return? 5

Q: two projects of different life spans how would you calculate there npv? Give an approach! 5

Q: different types of investment time horizons? 3

Q: differentiate between junk and floating rate bonds? 3

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