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FINC2012 Midsemester Exam Notes

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Notes cover all the topics assessed in the mid-semester exam from NPV to options.

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Money Finance Economy Capital budgeting Investment Corporate finance Mathematical finance Management accounting Net present value Cash flow Free cash flow Equivalent annual cost
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Money Finance Economy Capital budgeting Investment Corporate finance Mathematical finance Management accounting Net present value Cash flow Free cash flow Equivalent annual cost
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APPLYING NET PRESENT VALUE RULE RULE 1: ONLY CASH FLOW IS RELEVANT • NPV depends on the project’s free cash flows – the incremental effect of a project on a firm’s available cash – Not the accounting income which is based on arbitrary revenue and expense recognition rules used by accountants – In calculation of accounting income, capital expenditure is arbitrarily expensed (depreciated) over the life of the project CAPITAL EXPENSES • To go from accounting income to cash flow, must add back depreciation (which is not a cash outflow) and subtract capital expenditure (which is a cash payment) – Must reverse the depreciation effect we’ve applied under the accounting process, must add back the depreciation which was subtracted before (on the net income statement) • When calculating NPV, record capital expenditures (actual cash outflows when asset is purchased) wh...
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