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Economy Finance Money Mathematical finance Investment Corporate finance Financial capital Actuarial science Time value of money Net present value Financial ratio Rate of return
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11 365 Compound Interest n FV = PV(1+i) I= interest rate N=time period/s fv Effective Annual Rates (EAR) FV PV = (1 + r t ) Equity and valuation Difference between debt and equity Debt carries the obligation to pay interest while equity does not Preference Shares Return on pref shares lower than return on equity Hybrid characteristics of debt and equity Div= r x issue price Rights Value R=the value of the rights R = N M=market price of shares ( N + 1) S=subscription price of new shares N= Number of existing shares which entitles the holder to one new share Ex-Rights value (less rights issue shares) To find ex rights price you must find rights issue price first then sub it in Capital Budgeting 2: Average accounting returns (AAR): AAR= Average Net income Average Book Value Cost+ Residule/2 Fisher Effect: The relationship between nominal, real and inflation rates R= Nominal rate 1 - ...
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