In an interest rate swap, a financial institution has agreed to pay 3.6% per annum and...
In an interest rate swap, a financial institution has agreed to pay 3.6% per annum and to receive three-month LIBOR in return on a notional principal of $100 million with payments being exchanged every three months. The swap has a remaining life of 14 months. Three- month forward LIBOR for all maturities is currently 4% per annum. The three-month LIBOR rate one month ago was 3.2% per annum. OIS rates for all maturities are currently 3.8% with continuous compounding. All...
a 0.2 kg mass is pushed down against a vertical spring with a spring constant k...
a 0.2 kg mass is pushed down against a vertical spring with a spring constant k = 1000 N/m. when the spring is compressed by 10 cm, the object is let go. what vertical height above the release point will the obhect reach? give answer in meters
About what is the price of a 6% coupon, $1,000 par bond, 20 years to maturity...
About what is the price of a 6% coupon, $1,000 par bond, 20 years to maturity if the yield to maturity is 5%? a. $1,179.45 b. $1,124.62 c. $1,000.00 d. $885.37
Cooperative San José of southern Sonora state in Mexico makes a unique syrup using cane sugar...
Cooperative San José of southern Sonora state in Mexico makes a unique syrup using cane sugar and local herbs. The syrup is sold in small bottles and is prized as a flavoring for drinks and for use in desserts. The bottles are sold for $12 each. The first stage in the production process is carried out in the Mixing Department, which removes foreign matter from the raw materials and mixes them in the proper proportions in large vats. The company...
Kyle, a single taxpayer, worked as a freelance software engineer for the first three months of...
Kyle, a single taxpayer, worked as a freelance software engineer for the first three months of 2020. During that time, he earned $86,000 of self-employment income. On April 1, 2020, Kyle took a job as a full-time software engineer with one of his former clients, Hoogle Inc. From April through the end of the year, Kyle earned $206,000 in salary. What amount of FICA taxes (self-employment and employment related) does Kyle owe for the year? (Round your intermediate calculations to...
Consider a simple hand-held electric generator which uses a hand crank to turn a coil of...
Consider a simple hand-held electric generator which uses a hand crank to turn a coil of wire inside a magnetic field. Which of the following will increase the generator’s voltage output? A) Rotatinh the generator faster B) Increasing the area of the coil C) Increasing the magnetic field strength D) Increasing the number of turns in the coil E) All of these will have the desired effect Show the work, please.
Martha owned a home and adjoining vacant lot in a subdivision located in Columbus, Ohio. Bill...
Martha owned a home and adjoining vacant lot in a subdivision located in Columbus, Ohio. Bill owned a home next to the vacant lot and wanted to obtain the lot so he could build a garage. Martha and Bill entered into a verbal agreement whereby Martha agreed to sell the lot to Bill for $15,000. Bill paid the $15,000 to Martha and she accepted the money. Bill started to build a garage on the lot but Martha had second thoughts....
Nova Company’s total overhead cost at various levels of activity are presented below: Month Machine- Hours...
Nova Company’s total overhead cost at various levels of activity are presented below: Month Machine- Hours Total Overhead Cost April 52,000 $ 198,260 May 42,000 $ 172,460 June 62,000 $ 224,060 July 72,000 $ 249,860 Assume that the total overhead cost above consists of utilities, supervisory salaries, and maintenance. The breakdown of these costs at the 42,000 machine-hour level of activity is: Utilities (variable) $ 58,800 Supervisory salaries (fixed) 49,000 Maintenance (mixed) 64,660 Total overhead cost $ 172,460 Nova Company’s...
The MoMi Corporation’s cash flow from operations before interest and taxes was $4.2 million in the...
The MoMi Corporation’s cash flow from operations before interest and taxes was $4.2 million in the year just ended, and it expects that this will grow by 5% per year forever. To make this happen, the firm will have to invest an amount equal to 15% of pretax cash flow each year. The tax rate is 35%. Depreciation was $310,000 in the year just ended and is expected to grow at the same rate as the operating cash flow. The...
I need assistance in analyzing quarter 4 for my HR simulation report Budget Report Company Quarter...
I need assistance in analyzing quarter 4 for my HR simulation report Budget Report Company Quarter Spent Balance Year 1 Budget Year 2 Budget Year 3 Budget Company 03 1 $300,000 $1,000,000 $1,300,000 $1,000,000 $1,500,000 Company 03 2 $322,000 $678,000 $1,300,000 $1,000,000 $1,500,000 Company 03 3 $380,500 $297,500 $1,300,000 $1,000,000 $1,500,000 Company 03 4 $300,185 ($2,685) $1,300,000 $1,000,000 $1,500,000 Company 03 5 $284,000 $713,315 $1,300,000 $1,000,000 $1,500,000 Company 03 6 $212,000 $501,315 $1,300,000 $1,000,000 $1,500,000 Decisions Report Quarter 4 ICP...
In 2020, Laureen is currently single. She paid $2,400 of qualified tuition and related expenses for...
In 2020, Laureen is currently single. She paid $2,400 of qualified tuition and related expenses for each of her twin daughters Sheri and Meri to attend State University as freshmen ($2,400 each for a total of $4,800). Sheri and Meri qualify as Laureen’s dependents. Laureen also paid $1,750 for her son Ryan’s (also Laureen’s dependent) tuition and related expenses to attend his junior year at State University. Finally, Laureen paid $1,250 for herself to attend seminars at a community college...
Find the modified internal rate of return for the following annual series of cash flows: given...
Find the modified internal rate of return for the following annual series of cash flows: given a discounted rate of 10.50%: year 0 - 60,000$: year 1: 15,000$, Year 2: 16,000$, Year 3:17,000$ and year 4: 17,00$
Health and safety protection is provided by: A) The EEOC. B) The ADA. c) The ADEA....
Health and safety protection is provided by: A) The EEOC. B) The ADA. c) The ADEA. D) The OSHA.
Suppose John writes down a single number that is in the range from 1 to 20,...
Suppose John writes down a single number that is in the range from 1 to 20, and Susan also writes down a single number in the range from 1 to 20. What is the probability that the number John wrote down will be higher than Susan’s?
Describe how the ability of xenobiotic organics to biodegrade depends on i) their chemical composition and...
Describe how the ability of xenobiotic organics to biodegrade depends on i) their chemical composition and ii) their molecular structure. • Functional groups (-OH –COOH halides) • Straight chain vs. branched
1) One of the disadvantages of our current welfare system is that A) it works in...
1) One of the disadvantages of our current welfare system is that A) it works in the opposite direction of Rawl's view of justice. b) it provides incentives for the poor not to work. c) it gives the poor too much money. D) it is biased in favor of rich people. 2) Say 6 homogenous consumers have individual willingness to pay P = 20 - 4Q. If the marginal cost of providing Q is 6Q, the optimal amount of Q...
Provide the basic formula used to measures Days Sales Outstanding.
Provide the basic formula used to measures Days Sales Outstanding.
Discrimination in the workplace based upon race, religion, sex, or national origin is governed by: A)...
Discrimination in the workplace based upon race, religion, sex, or national origin is governed by: A) The EEOC. B) The ADA. C) The ADEA. D) The OSHA.
If a perfectly competitive seller is maximizing profit and is making zero economic profit, which of...
If a perfectly competitive seller is maximizing profit and is making zero economic profit, which of the following will this seller do? increase production in order to make an economic profit remain open but decrease production in order to make an economic profit go to work in the next-best earning opportunity shut down, with a loss equal to total fixed cost continue at the current output, making zero economic profit
. In class we identified five theories as to why profit rates vary among firms in...
. In class we identified five theories as to why profit rates vary among firms in a given industry, and even more widely among firms in different industries. Provide one Canadian example for each theory. 1.) Risk-bearing theories of profit 2.) Frictional theory of profit 3.) Monopoly theory of profit 4.) Innovation theory of profit 5.) Managerial Efficiency Theory of Profit
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