Financial calculators

The term ìspreadsheetî covers a wide variety of elements useful for quantitative analysis of all kinds. Essentially, a spreadsheet is a simple tool consisting of a matrix of cells that can store numbers, text, or formulas. The spreadsheetís power comes from its ability to recalculate results as you change the contents of other cells. No longer does the user need to do these calculations by hand or on a calculator.
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The objective of this book is to help financial planners improve their spreadsheet skills by providing a structured approach to developing spreadsheets for forecasting, financial planning and budgeting applications. The book assumes that the reader is familiar with the basic operation of Excel and is not intended for beginners. The book has been divided into four parts covering the areas of spreadsheet design for all types of planning, forecasting, business planning and budgeting.
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Suitable as a supplement or primary text, FAME integrates corporate finance with spreadsheet analysis using Excel. It is ideal for courses in financial management, financial models, capital budgeting, or case courses. This edition is updated for Excel 2000 as well as new topics in finance.
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The book starts with an explanation of compounding a present and future value and builds up the calculations into net present value and internal rate of return. Other methods follow to analyse fixed income products, derivatives, foreign exchange, equities and leasing. Since Excel allows the layout of each stage of calculation, it is better suited to automating and displaying the results.
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Chapter 8  Inventories. In this chapter, students will be able to understand: Distinguish between costs included in inventories and costs recognized as expenses in the period in which they are incurred; describe different inventory valuation methods (cost formulas); calculate and compare cost of sales, gross profit, and ending inventory using different inventory valuation methods and using periodic and perpetual inventory systems;…
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Chapter 15  Foreign exchange market: Participants and mechanics. In this chapter students will be able to: Identify participants in foreign exchange (FX) markets, describe functions and operations of FX markets, outline instruments traded in FX markets, explain conventions for quotation and calculation of exchange rates and forward exchange rates Identify participants in foreign exchange (FX) markets.
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Chapter 7  Financial analysis techniques. This chapter describe tools and techniques used in financial analysis, including their uses and limitations; classify, calculate, and interpret activity, liquidity, solvency, profitability, and valuation ratios; describe relationships among ratios and evaluate a company using ratio analysis;…
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This chapter determine the initial recognition, initial measurement and subsequent measurement of bonds; describe the effective interest method and calculate interest expense, amortization of bond discounts/premiums, and interest payments; explain the derecognition of debt;…
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Chapter 13  Income taxes. This chapter describe the differences between accounting profit and taxable income, and define key terms, including deferred tax assets, deferred tax liabilities, valuation allowance, taxes payable, and income tax expense; explain how deferred tax liabilities and assets are created and the factors that determine how a company’s deferred tax liabilities and assets should be treated for the purposes of financial analysis; calculate the tax base of a company’s assets and liabilities;…
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This chapter describe the types of postemployment benefit plans and the implications for financial reports, explain and calculate measures of a defined benefit pension obligation (i.e., present value of the defined benefit obligation and projected benefit obligation) and net pension liability (or asset), describe the components of a company’s defined benefit pension costs,…
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Chapter 8  Mathematics of finance: An introduction to basic concepts and calculations. In this chapter, you will learn: Differentiate between simple and compound interest rate calculations, differentiate between nominal and effective interest rate calculations, calculate present and future values of cash flows, calculate the yield of a security, calculate the present value of an annuity.
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Hello, my name is Robyn Pearce and I will be showing you how to calculate the mode, median and mean averages of data. I hope this is very helpful, and will remind you how to calculate Mode, Median and Mean averages if you ever forget. MODE To calculate the Mode average of data, find the amount that appears the most. This is the Mode average. For example, the mode of these numbers; 5,6,2,2,3 is 2, as it occurs the most. To remember what Mode is, just say “Mo for Mode, Mo for Most.”. EXERCISES FOR MODE Try these when you...
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There is growing recognition among academics and practitioners that the risk and return characteristics of human capital—such as wage and salary profiles— should be taken into account when building portfolios for individual investors. Wellknown financial scholars and commentators have pointed out the importance of including the magnitude of human capital, its volatility, and its correlation with other assets into a personal risk management perspective.2 Yet, Benartzi (2001) showed that many investors invest heavily in the stock of the company they work for.
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Fiscal, monetary and regulatory policymakers around the world may be asking the same questions. Why was my country hit so hard by the recent events while others were spared? In this paper we examine whether national authorities in places that suffered severely during the global financial crisis are justified in believing they were innocent victims and that the variation in national outcomes was essentially random.
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In this chapter you will: Understand important financial performance measures and their users, by life cycle stage; describe how financial ratios are used to monitor a venture’s performance; identify specific cash burn rate measures and liquidity ratios and explain how they are calculated and used by an entrepreneur;...
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After studying chapter 4, you should be able to: Distinguish among the various terms used to express value, including liquidation value, goingconcern value; value bonds, preferred stocks, and common stocks; calculate the rates of return (or yields) of different types of longterm securities; list and explain a number of observations regarding the behavior of bond prices.
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After studying chapter 11, you should be able to: Understand the sources and types of spontaneous financing, calculate the annual cost of trade credit when trade discounts are forgone, explain what is meant by “stretching payables” and understand its potential drawbacks, describe the various types of negotiated (or external) shortterm financing,...
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After studying Chapter 13, you should be able to: Understand the three major discounted cash flow (DCF) methods of project evaluation and selection – internal rate of return (IRR), net present value (NPV), and profitability index (PI); explain the calculation, acceptance criterion, and advantages (over the PBP method) for each of the three major DCF methods;...
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After studying chapter 15, you should be able to: Explain how a firm creates value, and identify the key sources of value creation; define the overall “cost of capital” of the firm, calculate the costs of the individual components of a firm’s overall cost of capital: cost of debt, cost of preferred stock, and cost of equity;...
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After Studying Chapter 16, you should be able to: Define operating and financial leverage and identify causes of both; calculate a firm’s operating breakeven (quantity) point and breakeven (sales) point; define, calculate, and interpret a firm's degree of operating, financial, and total leverage; understand EBITEPS breakeven, or indifference, analysis, and construct and interpret an EBITEPS chart;...
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