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how
to make a million dollars in six months selling a product at 6.50.
what do you have to sell every week everday and every month.

Answer #1

You have been accepted at University. You will need $15,000
every six months (beginning six months from now) for the next three
years to cover tuition and living expenses. Mom and Dad have agreed
to pay for your education. They want to make one deposit now in a
bank account earning 6% interest, compounded semiannually, so that
you can withdraw $15,000 every six months for the next three years.
How much must they deposit now?

What is the yield-to-maturity for a 10 year $1000 bond paying 30
dollars every six months if the bond costs $950?
Question 24 options:
a)
-.0805
b)
-.0563
c)
.0669
d)
.0691

The Juice Co. wants to raise a million dollars by selling some
coupon bonds at par. Comparable bonds in the market have a 6
percent semi-annual coupon, 8 years to maturity, and are selling at
96.9 percent of par. What coupon rate should the Juice Co. set on
their bonds?
Select one:
a. 3.25 percent
b. 6.50 percent
c. 6.00 percent
d. 4.85 percent

A pension plan is obligated to make disbursements of $1 million,
2 million and 1 million every six months during the next 1.5 years.
What is the duration if the market interest rate is 10%?

You see an advertisement in a book that shows how you can make a
million dollars by investing in the stock market with little or no
risk and very little investment.
Do you buy the book? Why or why not? If you would buy
the book, consider how much you would be willing to pay

Suppose that firm D's shares are currently selling for
$50. After six months it is estimated that the share price will
either rise to $56.00 or fall to $44.75. If the share price rises
to $56.00 in six months, six months from that date (1 year from
today) the price is estimated to either rise to $62.72 or fall to
$50.12. If the share price falls to $44.75 in six months, six
months from that date (1 year from today)...

Assume that a bond will make payments every six months as shown
on the following timeline (using six-month periods): The timeline
starts at Period 0 and ends at Period 60. The timeline shows a cash
flow of $ 19.37 each from Period 1 to Period 59. In Period 60, the
cash flow is $ 19.37 plus $ 1,000. Period0125960 Cash
Flows$19.37$19.37$19.37$19.37+$1,000
a. What is the maturity of the bond (in years)?
b. What is the coupon rate (as a percentage)?...

The spot exchange rate for Canadian dollars is $C1.33/$US.Dollars
six-month interest rate
one-year interest rateCanada
2%
2.5%U.S.
2.5%
2.75%a. What is the six-month fair forward
exchange rate?b. Is the Canadian dollar a discount
or premium currency vs. the United States dollar?c. What does it cost in U.S. dollars
to purchase $C1,000 now?d. How many Canadian dollars will you
receive by entering a six-month forward contract to sell
$1,000?e. What will it cost in Canadian
dollars to purchase...

Suppose that firm D's shares are currently selling for
$50. After six months it is estimated that the share price will
either rise to $56.00 or fall to $44.75. If the share price rises
to $56.00 in six months, six months from that date (1 year from
today) the price is estimated to either rise to $62.72 or fall to
$50.12. If the share price falls to $44.75 in six months, six
months from that date (1 year from today)...

If
the Japan yen is 110.97 to US dollars.
My company needs to make a 1 million yen payment in six
months. My company operates in US dollars. Help identify the spot
and foward exchange
Rate between the two currencies? The amount of dollars you
spend to acquire the amount of yen required ?

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