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Did anyone get the results of the assignment? It was prommised to post them in the week of 12th June.
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anyone knows when the grades should be online?
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max. 15 working days (as usual)
 
people doing the assignment do you know where to post it? I can't find the safe assign on the Student portal
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He send an e-mail saying you must send it to the regular e-mail address
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course coordinator just dropped an email about this
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Is there a difference between the free cash flow method and the discounted free cash flow method or is it the same? they ask in the course assignment to use the free cash flow method to value a company and its stock price, which one should I use?
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ok thank you very much anonymous vigilante <3
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FCF gives you the yearly cash flows. DCF is discounting them to a present value of the enterprise. Subtract the debt and add the cash to enterprise value, and you have the market value. Divide by shares outstanding gives you share price.
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any complaints for the exam?
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agree on 16 but someone needs to file a complaint for all those 4
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16 and 21 probably not....
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concerning question 33, why should be the stock market be greater than the bond market ? Google tells me different
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I don't have a book btw so I don't know if its just a typo of yours
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Which of the following statements related to bonds is false? C) Bond markets within a given country (corporate and government bonds together) are typically smaller ( should be bigger ) in size and volume than stock markets within that same country. so answer key seems false
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Could someone show me the calculation for 55% question 38
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In my eyes the question or answer was wrong. Given the face value of 1000$ and the coupon rate of 6% the coupon payment would be 60$ which then represents a return of (60/20)= 300%. The capital gain was ((25-20)/20)= 25% so together the total return would be 325%. If you‘d take instead of 1000$ one hundred dollar you‘d get to a total return of 55%. Hence, the question/ answer key is flawed
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I think so as well, I don't know which retard is down voting this
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Can someone explain to me in version F, question 38, why C isn't also a correct answer? I think there was a mistake in the question and the Face Value should be 100 but I'm not sure if I'm missing anything. Thanks!
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And we're supposed to say which option is false. So option C, which says that total return is 55% is also false, and thus a correct answer. So we have 2 correct options here, right?
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Yes C should be a correct option as well because it is false
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Can someone who went to the first-sit upload the exam (can not access studentportal)?
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Done!
Can you also upload the exam, please?
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hey guys, how about creating a "International Business 2019" course thing on here that we could all join and use as a permanent, general question board?
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Hi, this is Philipp from Studydrive. We will introduce groups next week and will open an "International Business 2019" group for you! So be patient for a few more days and good luck with your last exam ;)
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For those who have the exam today, I ate a ton of beans yesterday night so sorry in advance.
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i'm looking for the spreadsheet of exercise 6.3. I would be forever grateful
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thanks man <3
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are the guest lectures exam relevant?
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The guest lecturer aren't, but the other ones are really good summaries to see what he wants you to know
 
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Why would 22 be D instead of B?
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that is the exp return and not the variance :)
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Does anybody have the calculation to question 19 from the trial exam?
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Answer given by a tutor
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Thanks ;)
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Can you provide us with the password so we can print it out? Because in paper form it's a lot more convenient than on the PC :)
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http://www.pdfunlock.com Takes 2 seconds to unblock it
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How do you calculate the SD of q84) ?
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Many mistakes in the answer key, 10 is C for example, question 1 can be both a & d. There are probably even more mistakes.
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Why is question 1 D and not A? / Why not both?
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think for question 11 its also wrong
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What is the explanation question 22?
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the var formula
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Seriously, don't use last year exams, there are tons of mistakes.... And senseless questions. Repeat the tutorials, the lectures and if you have Success Formula. But not last year, the answers aren't reliable.
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in the trial exam why is question 27 C and not A? isnt the calculation just : riskfreeinterestrate+beta*(market return-riskfreerate)?
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0,04 + 0,9*(0,08) = 11,2 , risk premium is equal to (market return - risk free rate)
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shit i missed that, thanks
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Isn't it =~r-1 ?
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and finally, it's "r-i"
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r-i is only an approximation.. the formula for real rates in the formula sheet is correct
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Someone who can upload the answers of exercise 10.1?
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What is an arbitrary risk portfolio?
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Can anyone else not access the courses on MyUM?
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Same problem
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does someone have a solution for task 22, excercise 10.1?
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NPV = 2988.87
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do you have a photo or file of the whole solution maybe?
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If anyone is interested, I made a Quizlet of almost everything dealt within the course, since 50% of the exam would be on terminologies. Just keep in mind I used my note rather than going through the book to make my life alittle easier, so there might be some very small inaccuracies. The things that I still have to include are chapter 12 and the guest lecture last week. Link: https://quizlet.com/_2yqlwb Edit 1. I have included everything now. I am not including the last week lecture as it isn't exam relevant.
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What's the reasoning behind this answer?
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Sorry, but I don't understand where does the 2 as Beta come from ... So if someone could explain it please ?
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Here you go
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What about this 2?
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Are we allowed to use the formula sheet during the exam (from studentportal), or do we have to memorize all them calculations?
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Our tutor also said it is only for us to study with at home, in the exam we have to know them..
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Actually the full formula sheet posted on studentportal will be attached to the exam. So no you don't have to memorize the formulas, you only have to know how to use them.
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Do you find the question pools representative?
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I think it's helpful to understand some concepts
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If you check the sample questions he gave us against the question pool - he took his questions from the question pool. So yeah quite representative
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this should be 10/1.12=8.93 right?
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dear zoe zwiebelman, can you please upload a document with all your summaries in one? thanks in advance.
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Hahahahaha you so lazy. She makes the summaries for you?? Is it too hard for you to press Ctrl+A & Ctrl+P on your keyboard??? xDDD
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are you sure the covariance is correct in 7.1? because you took the weight average return of A and B for one period and not the product of the difference of the return from its weight average return for each firm
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Anyone out here with the spreadsheet of exercise 6.3?
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What do you guys have for question 17) pg 7? I have got 0.059, I don't understand why they don't time it by 12
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Could someone please upload the example questions? or is it already online here on studydrive? only found he solutions
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thank you
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what is the calculation for question 11 in the example questions?
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but the answer should be 105..
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ooh wait wrong exercise this was 19
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can someone please upload the correct excel exercise 6.3? need it for the course assignment and I dont know how to solve the last part of the task. thanks
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yess please someone do that
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Anyone understood exercise 10.1 a)? How did you find the cost of debt? There was no probability to default given.
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type in the normal formula for the price, softcode the YTM to another cell, then use the "what if" analysis -> goal seeker to find the right YTM
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On the exam you obviously won't have excel. So try to find the cost of debt (yield) using trial & error.
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