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Suppose your firm has $500,000 in liabilities and $1,500,000 in assets. You find out that the duration of assets is 6.4 years and the duration of liabilities is 4.5 years. The interest rate is currently 10%. If interest rates suddenly fluctuated and the value of your firm’s equity were to decrease by $120,000, what is the new interest rate in the market?

1.8% |
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8.2% |
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11.2% |
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11.8% |
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None of the above. |

Answer #1

You calculate that the duration of your assets of your bank is
5.6 years and the duration of your liabilities is 4.2 years. You
currently have $70 million in liabilities and $5 million in equity.
The interest rate is currently 4%. Calculate the change in net
worth if interest rates decrease by 20 basis points.
242,703.69
-242,307.69
2,423,076.92
-2,423,076.92
None of the above

6. Your firm currently has net income to common equity of
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will dividends grow if the stock is currently publicly traded?

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duration of your liabilities is 2.1 years. Your bank has $320,000
in assets, $300,000 in liabilities and $20,000 million in equity.
Suppose the current fed funds rate is 2% and the Fed decides to
increase interest rate by 50 basis points. What is the change in
your bank’s net worth?
-522.55
5,225.49
-4,800
4,800
None of the above

The duration of the assets of your bank is 5.3 years and the
duration of your liabilities is 2.1 years. Your bank has $320,000
in assets, $300,000 in liabilities and $20,000 in equity. Suppose
the current fed funds rate is 2% and the Fed decides to increase
the interest rate by 50 basis points. What is the new equity value
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$170
Liabilities
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Equity
68
Total
$170
Total
$170
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percent over the next year.
a.
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None of the above
Assets = Liabilities + Equity.
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If a company generates positive net income, all else equal, cash
will
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