Question

Your brother has asked you for a loan and has promised to pay
you $5,550 at the end of three years. If you normally invest to
earn 7.20 percent per year, how much will you be willing to lend to
your brother if you view this purely as a financial transaction
(i.e., you don’t give your brother a special deal)? **(If
you solve this problem with algebra round intermediate calculations
to 6 decimal places, in all cases round your final answer to the
nearest penny.)**

Answer #1

Your birthday is coming up and instead of other presents, your
parents promised to give you $2,900 in cash. Since you have a
part-time job and, thus, don’t need the cash immediately, you
decide to invest the money in a bank CD that pays an annual rate of
8.20 percent, compounded quarterly, for the next two years. How
much money can you expect to earn in this period of time? (If you
solve this problem with algebra round intermediate calculations...

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4.Your birthday is next week and
instead of other presents, your parents promised to give you $2,700
in cash. Since you have a part-time job and, thus, don’t need the
cash immediately, you decide to invest the money in a bank CD that
pays 7.80 percent, compounded quarterly, for...

When you were born your parents set up a bank account in your
name with an initial investment of $5,900. You are turning 21 in a
few days and will have access to all your funds. The account was
earning 7.3 percent for the first seven years, but then the rates
went down to 5.5 percent for six years. Your account then earned
8.2 percent three years in a row. Unfortunately, the next two years
you earned only 4.6 percent....

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2.Your aunt is planning to invest in a bank CD that will pay 7.0
percent interest semiannually. If she has $13,000 to invest, how
much will she have at the end of four years?
3.Lisa Anderson received a graduation present of $1,000 that she
is planning on investing in a mutual fund that earns 14.00 percent
each year....

You are in a desperate need of cash and turn to your uncle who
has offered to lend you some money. You decide to borrow $1,230 and
agree to pay back $1,610 in two years. Collapse question part (a)
What annual interest rate is your uncle charging you? (If you solve
this problem with algebra round intermediate calculations to 6
decimal places, in all cases round your final answer to two decimal
places, e.g. 8.72%.) Rate of interest charged by...

Solve using excel
You give a loan to your friend to buy equipment for his
business. The friend puts $4000 of their own money as a down
payment, you lend them $12,000. The equipment is $16,000 total. You
will charge your friend 4.0% Interest every year and will collect
monthly payments for 60 months. Inflation is 1.7% per year,
constant for 5 years.
a.) What is the NPV of the loan assuming it is paid each month
on time?
b.)...

Samantha plans to invest some money so that she has $4,700 at
the end of three years. How much should she invest today given the
following choices? (Use 365 days for calculation. If you solve this
problem with algebra round intermediate calculations to 4 decimal
places, in all cases round your final answer to the nearest penny.)
a. 4.2 percent compounded daily. Amount required to be invested $
b. 4.9 percent compounded monthly. Amount required to be invested $
c....

You are looking at a $1M acquisition. Your bank has told you
that they will lend 70% LTV @4.75% for 10 years with a 30 yr
amortization. Your investors are looking for a 15% rate of
return.
What is your weighted average cost of
capital for doing this deal?
If you find a lender
willing to let you go to 75% LTV, how does that change your cost of
capital?

Problem 5.33 (Excel Video)
You have $12,000 in cash. You can deposit it today in a mutual
fund earning 9.2 percent semiannually, or you can wait, enjoy some
of it, and invest $11,000 in your brother’s business in two years.
Your brother is promising you a return of at least 11.6 percent on
your investment. Whichever alternative you choose, you will need to
cash in at the end of 10 years. Assume your brother is trustworthy
and both investments carry...

Tantrix confectioners have total assets of $1,922,129 and net
sales of $4,195,719. What is the capital intensity ratio (round to
1 decimal places)
Given the following quotes calculate the €/£ cross rate
Bank of America $1.700/£
Chase $1.3855/€
Nova Scotia offers quotes on the on the Canadian dollars as
shown below. What is the bid-ask spread based on these quotes?
(Round answers to two decimal places e.g., 27.22)
Bid
Ask
C $0.7249/$
C $0.9605/$
You want to estimate the total...

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