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Problem number 1

The following parameters of the company.
Balance
Item Amount, ths. Rub.
Assets at the beginning of 2011. At the end of 2011
Non-current assets 157 800 193 540
Intangible assets 4500 4200
Plant and equipment 145 000 181 000
Long-term investments 8300 8340
Current assets 38 895 35 056
Inventories 15,670 12,000
Accounts receivable 14,300 12,456
Short-term investments 6580 7690
Cash 2345 2910
Balance 196 695 228 596
Liability
Capital and reserves 139 690 151 000
The authorized capital of 110 000 110 000
Reserve capital 7000 7000
Retained earnings 22,690 34,000
Long-term liabilities 20 000 20 000
Bond issue 20 000 20 000
Short-term liabilities 17 900 16 500
Loans to banks 14,000 12,000
Trade payables 3900 4500
Balance 177 590 187 500

Profit and Loss thousand. Rub.
Article 2011 2010
Revenues from sales 389 000 296 900
Cost of sales 200 000 185 970
Gross profit 189 000 110 930
Selling, general and administrative expenses 12,548 7,860
Profit from sales 176 452 103 070
Other income and expenses 5,692,590
Earnings before interest and taxes 182 144 103 660
Interest expense on bonds 5 600 5600
Income taxes 36429 20732
Net profit 140 115 77 328
Accrued dividends 10 890 6580
Retained earnings 129,225 70,748
Additional information
Common Shares Outstanding, pcs. 40000 40000
The market price per share, rub. 762735
The nominal price of the bond, ths. Rub. 100 100

Calculate and analyze the following indicators:
1. The carrying value of the bond.
2. The carrying amount of the shares.
3. The dividend per share.
4. Earnings per share.
5. Coverage of dividends on common shares.
6. Coverage of interest on the bonds.
7. Return on equity.
8. Financial leverage.
Problem number 2

The investor purchased at the initial offering: 50 OFZ (federal loan bonds) of 910 rub .; BFL 20 - 911 rub .; BFL 30 - to 912 rubles.
After payment of coupon interest at a rate of 12 rubles. per bond sold in the secondary market: 40 910 rubles on OFZ .; 40 - at 909 rubles .; 20 - at 905 rubles. To determine the relative value of the gain or loss on this transaction (SVA / AFP).
Problem number 3

The company in January signed a contract with a foreign company for the manufacture of metal products for 9560 pounds sterling per 1 ton. At the same time it has acquired on the London Metal Exchange futures for 9520 pounds sterling per 1 ton. In March came the period of the contract execution and sale of futures. By this time, metal products for a variety of circumstances has risen and become already cost 9760 pounds per ton. Futures can be sold for 9562 pounds sterling per tonne.
Have had a loss and a firm if it were not acquired futures? Does buying a futures company profits? What is its value? What is the overall result of the ratio of profits and losses?

Problem number 4

The nominal value of the bonds is 200 000 rub., The annual coupon rate - 11% of face value. The current market value of 195,000 rubles. Determine the current bond yield.
Problem number 5

Bonds of nominal value of 100 thousand. Rub. marketed by 115 thousand. rub., the interest is paid annually at a rate of 14% per annum, the rate of the current yield on the bonds of this type is 18% per annum. To determine the expected current yield bonds and compare it with the current regulatory returns.
Problem number 6

The bill takes into account the rate of 18% for 190 days before the payment. Determine the profitability of the operation for the bank at the time base of 360 days.
Objective number 7

For the acquisition of shares, dividends are an investor in the first year of ownership was 135 thousand. Rub. On

Additional information

Objective number 9

The investor will receive data on the dynamics of prices for shares of "CUM".

TSUM (MICEX) Period: c 01.04.2012 to 27.04.2012

Date Open Price Minimum price Maximum price Closing
02.04.2012 22.00 21.33 22.80 21.90
03/04/2012 22.78 22.50 29.50 27.99
04.04.2012 32.95 25.12 32.95 27.00
05.04.2012 31.40 28.35 31.97 30.50
06.04.2012 30.40 30.40 31.90 30.50
09.04.2012 30.50 28.07 30.52 30.50
10.04.2012 30.50 30.50 30.50 30.50
11.04.2012 30.50 30.50 42.00 33.50
12.04.2012 33.00 33.00 38.60 36.00
13.04.2012 29.20 29.20 35.00 34.82
16.04.2012 35.00 34.00 36.99 35.10
17.04.2012 39.50 31.23 39.50 34.81
18.04.2012 35.54 34.00 35.54 34.00
19.04.2012 31.00 26.75 36.00 35.49
20.04.2012 41.25 31.90 41.25 33.00
23.04.2012 35.95 34.00 35.95 34.00
24.04.2012 31.02 31.00 34.12 32.29
26.04.2012 31.00 31.00 31.00 31.00
27.04.2012 31.00 31.00 31.00 31.00

Based on available data, build a bar graph, a chart in the form of candlesticks. Next, calculate the simple moving average of 10 days, graphically. Analyze the data and give a recommendation to the investor about the future dynamics of these shares, whether they should buy or sell.

Problem number 10

Sale American call option with the performance of two months and a strike price of $ 50. The option price - $ 7. The current price of the underlying asset - $ 68. What are your actions in this case? How much you can get while maintaining the market price? To attach a graphic account justification.



Examination number 1
on the subject "Securities Market"
Textbook Tsibulnikova VY "Securities Market"
Option number 18

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