In 2011 the current ratio was 1.86. By 2012, it decreased to 1.77 rating in the lower second quartile group in the industry. That said, Company G’s ability to repay its debt is consistent with showing a weakness from year to year based on the industry’s quartiles of 3.1 with a strong ability to cover liabilities 2.1 at the median to 1.4 stating a weakness. As such, this is an area of concern. 2.
As a result, the quantity and price of good A increase. a. Compute nominal GDP in the base year and later year. b. Compute real GDP in the base and later years (in base-year prices). c. Compute the GDP deflator in the later year, using your answers to parts a and b. d. Compute a fixed-weight price index for the later year, using the base-year quantities as weights. e. Which price index rises faster, the GDP deflator (Paasche) index or the fixed-weight index (Laspeyres) index 1 Question 3 (20 marks) .
2a. What is the shortest loan (36 months, 48 months, 60 months or 72 months) that has a monthly payment within your $500 budget that will allow you to buy the $30,000 car? Answer: Through Bank of America, I found a rate of 2.99% for the 36, 48 and 60 month loans. We are able to put down 20% and will need to finance $24,000. The shortest loan period for the $30,000 car that would be under our $500 limit is the 60 month loan at a rate of $431.13 per month.
What amount of unrealized inter-company profit must be deferred by Luffman? | | Your Answer: | | | $0 | | CORRECT | | | $8,400 | | | | | $28,000 | | | | | $52,000 | | | | | $80,000 | | | | | | Points Received: | 2 of 2 | | Comments: | | 2. | Question: | (TCO 1) Which of the following results in a decrease in the Equity in Investee Income account when applying the equity method? | | Your Answer: | | | Dividends paid by the investor | | | | | Net income of the investee | | INCORRECT | | | Unrealized gain on inter-company inventory transfers for the current year | | CORRECT ANSWER | | | Unrealized gain on inter-company inventory transfers for the prior year | | | | | Extraordinary gain of the investee | | | | | | Points Received: | 0 of 2 | | Comments: | | 3. | Question: | (TCO 1) In a situation where the investor exercises significant influence over the investee, which of the following entries is not actually posted to the books of the investor?
Debt to assets ratio $1,202,134 (total debt) / $1,404,726 (total assets) = 87.4% B.) ROA is a measure of profitability or effectiveness of resource usage calculated by expressing a company’s net income as a percentage of total assets. As for Sepracor, its ROA is 4.5%. This means that Sepracor created 4.5 cents of earnings from each dollar of assets. The ROE for Sepracor is 33.07%, which means that 33.07 cents of assets are created for each dollar that was originally invested.
The bonds sell at a price of $850. What is their yield to maturity? Given: TTM = 12 years Par = $1,000 n = 12 PMT = 100 PV = -850 i = 12.4751% C = 10% ($100) Price = $850 PMT = 100 Yield to Maturity = 12.48% 5-6 Maturity Risk Premiums The real risk-free rate is 3%, and inflation is expected to be 3% for the next 2 years. A 2-year Treasury security yields 6.3%. What is the maturity risk premium for the 2-year security?
The parent receives annual dividends from the subsidiary of $2,500,000. If the parent's marginal tax rate is 34% and if the exclusion on intercompany dividends is 70%, what is the effective tax rate on the intercompany dividends, and how much net dividends are received? Question 20 New York Waste (NYW) is considering refunding a $50,000,000, annual payment, 14% coupon, 30-year bond issue that was issued 5 years ago. It has been amortizing $3 million of flotation costs on these bonds over their 30-year life. The company could sell a new issue of 25-year bonds at an annual interest rate of 11.67% in today's market.
Gladstone will not make any payouts to investors during the year. Suppose the risk-free interest rate is 5% and assume perfect capital markets. a. What is the initial value of Gladstone’s equity without leverage? Now suppose Gladstone has zero-coupon debt with a $100 million face value due next year.
| | | | b) | $3,000 LTCG. | | | | c) | $11,000 LTCG. | | | | d) | Loan basis of $10,000. | | Hide Feedback | | | RATIONALE: The $11,000 distribution reduced the $10,000 income, so there is no “net increase” to be applied to the loan basis. Thus, the $11,000 distribution reduces the new $10,000 stock basis to zero, with a $1,000 LTCG.