# Tuty

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1. ## finance

Consider a 2 yr project with initial fixed asset investment=\$495,000, straight line depreciation to zero over the 2 yr life, zero salvage value, selling price =\$39, variable costs=\$20. fixed costs=\$210,000, quantity sold=150,000 units, tax rate=31%. How

asked on August 17, 2008
2. ## Fiancial Management

You decide to purchase a building for \$30,000, you put \$5,000 down payment. The banks offers you a 15 yr mortgage requiring annual end of year payments of \$3,188. The bank also requires you to pay a 3% loan originatio fee. Compare the annual % rate of

asked on August 3, 2008
3. ## math

how do I simplify w^4.w.w^5

asked on March 5, 2011
4. ## Bods

A bond with a coupon rate of 4,875%, yield to maturity of 4,727%, face value of \$1,000. The quoted price for the bond is \$101,203. What is the maturity of the bond?

asked on August 6, 2008
5. ## Financial Management

National Telephone and Telegraph Company common stock currently sells for \$60 per share. NTT is expected to pay a \$4 dividend during the coming year, and the price of the stock is expected to increase to \$65 a year from now. Determine the expected

asked on July 20, 2008
6. ## Financial Management

How much would you have to pay to buy one COP bond at 88,510?

asked on July 20, 2008
7. ## Financial Management

Assume it is 2003 and the following bond quotations appeared in the Wall Street Journal: How much in annual interest payment would an investor in each of these bonds receive? ConocoPhillips 5,900 Oct 15, 2032 95,972 6,200 90 30 88,510 How much would you

asked on July 20, 2008
1. ## Fiancial Management

Thanks :)

posted on August 3, 2008
2. ## Fiancial Management

Thanks for your help :)

posted on August 3, 2008
3. ## Financial Management

Suppose that a year later, NTT's common stock is selling gor \$75 per share. During the 1 year period, NTT paid a \$4 common stock dividend. Determine the relaized (ex-post) percentage holding period return on NTT common stock.

posted on July 20, 2008