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Class Notes for Finance at University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)


UTSCMGFC30H3AtaFall

MGFC30H3 Lecture Notes - Convenience Yield, Marginal Utility, Vehicle-To-Vehicle

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______________________________________________________________________________: explain the similarities and differences between forwards and futures c
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UTSCMGFD10H3Derek ChauSummer

MGFD10H3 Lecture Notes - Dow Jones Industrial Average, Cheat Sheet, Current Yield

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Instructions: write your first/last name and identification # (student number) on the. General purpose answer sheet (scantron) and fill the correspondi
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UTSCMGFD10H3Derek ChauWinter

MGFD10H3 Lecture Notes - Bollinger Bands, Trin, Commercial Paper

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A theory that explains the tendency for certain lesser-known companies to outperform better-known companies. The neglected firm effect suggests that th
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UTSCMGFB10H3Derek ChauSummer

MGFB10H3 Lecture Notes - Tax Shield

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UTSCMGFB10H3Ling CenFall

MGFB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Financial Engineering, Sole Proprietorship, Socially Responsible Investing

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Corporate securities as contingent claims on total firm. The value of the firm can be thought of as a pie. The goal of the manager is to increase the s
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UTSCMGFC30H3AtaFall

MGFC30H3 Lecture Notes - Arbitrage, Call Option, University Of Toronto Scarborough

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1. the following are european call and put prices for a stock on november 9 (today): The maturity dates of the options are on fridays preceding the thi
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UTSCMGFB10H3Syed AhmedWinter

MGFB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cash Flow, Budget Constraint, Income Statement

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Choice of projects depend on assumptions and what is your budget constraint. The more debts the more risks the company is facing. Cash and equity belon
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UTSCMGFD10H3Derek ChauFall

MGFD10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Net Present Value

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Given e1 = , d1 = , b = 0. 4, k = 0. 15, and g = 0. 08. [in this example, we assume the constant growth model, that means the firm has constant growth
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UTSCMGFC60H3Derek ChauSpring

LEC4.pdf

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UTSCMGFC30H3AtaFall

MGFC30H3 Lecture Notes - Currency Swap, University Of Toronto Scarborough, Swap Rate

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Interest rate & interest rate futures: (required for test-1) A firm entered into a forward rate agreement with a bank. The firm agreed to pay the bank
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UTSCMGFB10H3Derek ChauSummer

MGFB10H3 Lecture Notes - Effective Interest Rate, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Mortgage Loan

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Solution: m = 365, m = 4, m = 3, m = 2: 365: continuous compounding, the effectively monthly rate is: m f k. 1: m=4, f=12, m=3, f=12, m=2, f=12. 2: whe
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UTSCMGFB10H3Derek ChauSummer

MGFB10H3 Lecture Notes - Sole Proprietorship, Financial Statement

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Chapter 2: janice borrowed ,000 from friends and family to start her company (a sole proprietorship). Recently, business has been poor, and janice has
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