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B6005 Financial Management

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B6005 Financial Management

Answer Key In-class Exercise 3 Bond Valuation

Discounted cash flows                                                                                         Answer: F

.         The market value of any real or financial asset, including stocks, bonds, or art work, may be found by determining future cash flows and then discounting them back to the present.

Call provision                                                                                                                  Answer: F 

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Indifference curve

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No. 5 YEARS TO DEVELOP IN CLASS
THEORY OF INDIFFERENCE CURVES
Prof. Thomas S. Alvarez

ECONOMICS AND INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION I

INDIFFERENCE CURVES

Table below shows 1.La points in four different curves for a consumer indifference.
(a) Draw the indifference curves I, II, III and IV in the same system of axes.
(b) What are the indifference curves?

IIIIIIIV QxQyQxQyQxQyQxQy21331251271236485, 598944,556,368,39753,56577106,36374,486115,772,78495,4125,3
a) Imageb) Indifference curves graphically display the tastes and preferences of consumers (in the analysis of utility, total utility curve introduced consumer tastes). The consumer is indifferent as to all the various combinations of X and Y on the same indifference curve but rather points higher

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International Trade: Finished Merchandise, Letter of Credit, Shipment, and More

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International Trade

  • Finished Merchandise - Certificate of Manufacture
  • Issue - Letter of Credit to Finance
  • Arrange Shipment - Bill of Landing
  • Warehouse - Customs
  • The Flow of Goods - Applied to Imports
  • Freight or Cargo - Inspection Shows
  • Required Standards - Check the Contents
  • The Supplier Provides - The Payment
  • The Seller Meets - To Arrange Transport
  • The Merchandise at All Times - Most Trade
  • Incoterms - Responsible for the Goods
  • The Goods to Port - A Quoted Price
  • Transport Charges

Shipping

  • Cargo Complete
  • Consignee
  • Contact
  • Container Terminal
  • Free of Damage
  • Free of Charge
  • Freight Container
  • Guarantee
  • Load
  • Loss
  • Port of Discharge
  • Port of Origin
  • Quote
  • Rates
  • Reliable
  • Shipper
  • Unload
  • Vessel
  • Volume
  • Worldwide

Import and Export

  • Advantage
  • Buyer
  • Ensure
  • Export
  • Follow-up
  • Foreign
  • Import
  • Investment
  • Manage
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Law 19983 on

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ACompanyis alegal entitymade up of anassociationof persons, be theynatural,legal, or a mixture of both, for carrying on a commercial or Industrial enterprise.A Accounting cycle is A set of step applied in the accounting of a companyGeneral ledger: contains All the accounts for recording transactions relating to a company's assets Liabilities, owner's equity, revenues and expenses.

Elements of A company:Merchant, Worker, Technology, Provider.

Principles And ethics code of an accountant:

Integrity: the accountant Must be up right in all his acts, it is not allowed to make any act that could Discredi this profession.Discretion: all the Information managed by accountans must be strict privacy this info, cannot be Spread to any body, it is must

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Aggregate demand and aggregate supply cheat sheet

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Y=C+I+G

Y=Co +\- @(Y-To) + Io + Go and/or +Xn

Y=Co+\- 1/@ - @To+Io+Go and/or + Xn 

Y - 1/@ = Co - @To +Io + Go and/or + Xn

Y(1-@) = Co - @To + Io + Go and/or + Xn

Y=Co - @To + Io + Go and/or + Xn

                 1 - @

C= Co + 1/@*d --- taxes

  = Co + @ (y-Io) --- no taxes

yd= y- To

K = 1/1-mpc

k= 1/mps

DI= c+s

APC = C/DI

APS = S/DI

MPC = 1 / 1-@

MPS = 1 / @

Multiplier = 1 / 1-mpc or 1/mps

xn = x-m

Ca = C +/- mpc * tx

Sa = S +/- mps * tx

Aggregate Demand - Total value of real aggregate output that both sectors of the economy are willing to purchase at some AVG price.

AD = L(p)

Investment rates, future business expectations, Technology, Degree of excess capacity, Business Taxes

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A flow of people and organizations that move toward the same horizon from different positions.

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GLOBALISATION= Growing integration of national economies into a global

market economy, in which almost all areas on earth are interconnected.


ADVANTAGES


-Increased free trade between nations


-Increased liquidity of capital allowing     

investors in developed nations to invest in developing nations.


-Corporations have greater flexibility to operate across borders.


-Global mass media ties the world together.


-Increased flow of communications allos vital information to be shared between individuals and corporations around the world.


-Greater ease and speed of transportation of goods and people


-Reduction of cultural barriers increases the global village effect


-Spread of democratic ideals to developed nations


-Greater interdependence of nation states


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Key Concepts of Marketing and Market Analysis

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UNIT 1

1. What are the two perspectives of marketing?

Philosophy and Technique.

2. Who first mentioned the concept of marketing-mix?

Neil Borden.

3. What is the current concept of marketing?

The current concept arises from the customer's or user's needs which guide production.

4. Do all companies are marketing oriented?

No, companies can be Sales or Marketing oriented.

5. What is the difference between the four 'p' and the 'four c's?

From a customer's point of view, the 4 P's of marketing become the 4 C's.

6. What decisions include sales management?

  • Strategic decision
  • Selection training
  • Motivation
  • Supervision and compensation of sales team.

7. What is relationship marketing?

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Employment Terminology and Definitions

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Applicant (solicitante): A person who applies or requests something; a candidate. Application form (solicitud de): A document to be filled out by an applicant.

Apply for a job (solicitar un trabajo): apply for a position; reply to employment advertisement. Be in charge of (estar a cargo de): having control of (sth); be responsible for.

Be responsible for (ser responsable de). Bonus (sobre sueldo): extra pay. Boss (jefa): manager. Casual job (trabajo temporal): temporary job. Day shift (turno de día): daytime work period.

Dismiss (despedir): sack; fire an employee. Dismissal (despido): the act of being fired from a job. Duties (deberes): job functions / tasks. Earn one's living (ganarse la vida): to earn the money needed for food, clothing, etc.... Continue reading "Employment Terminology and Definitions" »

TM's Marketing Mix and Unique Selling Proposition: A Case Study

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TM's Marketing Mix and Its Impact on Sales Targets

The marketing mix plays a crucial role in TM achieving its sales targets. TM offers a wide range of products, including hardware, home appliances, electronics, furniture, automotive parts, and office supplies. This extensive product range caters to diverse consumer needs, expanding its customer base and sales potential.

TM's primary aim is to offer the lowest prices in the market. This pricing strategy is supported by lean production methods, just-in-time (JIT) practices, and outsourcing to minimize costs. By offering competitive prices, TM attracts consumers and maintains a competitive edge.

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International Trade and Specific Factors Model

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CHAPTER 3

16) If the world terms of trade for a country are somewhere between the domestic cost ratio of H and that of F, then

B) country H and country F will both gain from trade.

17) If the world terms of trade equal those of country F, then

A) country H but not country F will gain from trade

18) If the world terms of trade equal those of country H, then

E) country F but not country H will gain from trade

CHAPTER 4

37) In the specific factors model, a 5% increase in the price of food accompanied by a 10% increase in the price of cloth will cause ________ in the welfare of labor, ________ in the welfare of the fixed factor in the production of food, and ________ in the welfare of the fixed factor in the production of cloth.
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