Market Securities bumag.Variant 10 (decision 10 tasks)

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Objective 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 87,880 98,378
Intangible assets 890 956
Plant and equipment 78,840 89,272
Long-term investments 8150 8150
Current assets 6,207 12,779
Inventories 3650 3659
Accounts receivable 1 690 1 560
Short-term investments 598 6,580
Cash 269,980
Balance 94,087,111,157
Liability
Capital and reserves 69,850 89,310
Authorized capital 50,000 50,000
Reserve capital 6890 8836
Retained earnings 12,960 30,474
Long-term liabilities 20 000 20 000
Bond issue 20 000 10 000
Short-term liabilities 4237 1847
Loans to banks 2,960,860
Trade payables 1,277,987
Balance 94,087,111,157

Profit and loss report
thous. rub.
Article 2003 2002
Revenues from sales 287 600 215 080
Cost of sales 226 980 185 970
Gross profit 60 620 29 110
Selling, general and administrative expenses 15,690 7,860
Profit on sales 44 930 21 250
Other income and expenses 4 560 1569
Earnings before interest and taxes 49 490 22 819
Interest expense on the bonds 4 000 4000
Income tax expense 9230 3600
Net profit 36 \u200b\u200b260 15 219
Accrued dividends 16 800 6580
Retained earnings 19,460 8,639
Additional information
Common Shares Outstanding, pcs. 110000 110000
The market price per share, rub. 560536
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
Which option investment funds is more profitable:
Problem number 3
Government bonds nominal value of 100 000 rubles. acquired by JSC "Crane" for 87% of the nominal value. The coupon rate of the bonds is 10% per annum. The maturity of 5 years. Determine the total amount of income tax for the entire tenure of the bond.
Problem number 4
The bond issue with a par value of 300 thousand. Rub. with a maturity of 3 years, sold at a price of 250 thousand. rub. Interest on the bonds will not be paid. The current rate of return on bonds of this type of 18% per annum. Determine the current value and correlate it with the selling price.
Problem number 5
The investor purchased on the secondary market: 5,000 ordinary shares of the company "General Motors" for $ 63.25; 2000 - $ 63.50; 3000 - for $ 63.75.
Then received a dividend of $ 1.25 is based on a share. However, he subsequently sold in the secondary market: 3,000 ordinary shares of the company "General Motors" for $ 60.25; 3000 - at $ 60.50; 4000 - for $ 61.50. Determine SVA (relative value loss) on the transaction.
Problem number 6
The owner of a bill, the nominal value of which 80 000 rubles., And the maturity of one year after the drawing, 180 days to maturity appealed to the bank to take into account (discounted) bill. Determine the amount of the discount and the amount received at the time of registration noteholder notes if the bank discount rate is 20% per annum?
Objective number 7
On the shares is paid annually constant dividend in the amount of 220 rubles. per share, the current yield rate - 15%. To determine the current market value of the shares.
Task number 8
Investor March 20, 2012 has acquired an option to sell the shares of the company "Vega" when the market value of the underlying share is 25 rubles .. exercise price of 20 rubles., The option premium - 4 rubles. Answer the questions: a) how should change the price of the underlying stock, the investor has received from this transaction yield of 100%? b) What is the most profitable

Additional information

Objective number 9
The investor will receive data on the dynamics of prices for shares of "Magnit".
Magnet (MICEX) Period: c 01.02.2012 to 29.02.2012

Problem number 10
The investor purchased on the secondary market:
100 US Treasury bonds for $ 9560;
200 - for $ 9565;
100 - for $ 9570.
Then he received a coupon interest rate of 1% of the nominal value (face value of one bond is $ 10,000). Then sold on the secondary market the whole package for $ 9520. Determine the AFP (the relative size of profit) operation.

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