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  • Foster Company is considering an investment that requires immediate payment of $360,000 and provides expected cash inflows of $120,000 annually for four years. What is the investment’s payback period?

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  • Foster Enterprises purchased 20% of the outstanding common stock of Novelties, Inc., on January 2, 2012, paying $150,000. During 2012, Novelties reported net income of $20,000 and paid dividends to shareholders of $15,000. On December 31, 2012, Foster’s investment in Novelties stock had a fair market value of $158,000. Assuming this is

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  • Founded on January 1, 2014, Gehl Company had the following short-term investments in securities at the end of 2014 and 2015 (all were held in the “trading” portfolio):Required:If the company recorded a $4,000 debit to its Fair value adjustment—Trading securities account at the end of 2015 as its fair value adjustment, what must hav

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  • Four years ago Jeanne Nolen decided to invest in a project. At that time she had projected annual net cash inflows would be $54,000. Over its expected four-year useful life, the project had produced significantly higher cash inflows than anticipated. The actual average annual cash inflow from the project was $63,000. Nolen breathed a sigh

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  • Four years ago, your firm issued $1,000 par, 25-year bonds, with a 7 percent coupon rate and a 10 percent call premium.a. If these bonds are now called, what is the approximate yield to call for the investors who originally purchased them?b. If these bonds are now called, what is the actual yield to call for the investors who originally p

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  • Fowler Co. produces and sells bottle capping equipment for soft drink and spring water bottlers. To finance its operations, Fowler Co. issued $12,000,000 of five-year, 8% bonds with interest payable semiannually at an effective interest rate of 12%. Determine the present value of the bonds payable, using the present value tables in Exhibi

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  • Fox Company made the following transactions in the common stock of NOP Company:July 10, 2009 Purchased 10,000 shares at $45 per share.Sept. 29, 2010 Sold 2,000 shares for $51 per share.Aug. 17, 2011 Sold 2,500 shares for $33 per share.The end-of-year market prices for the shares we

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  • Franco Ltd. purchased $ 400,000 of Gentron Company 5% bonds. The bonds pay semi- annual interest each 30 June and 31 December. The market interest rate was 6% on the date of purchase. The bonds mature on 31 December 20X10. Required: 1. Calculate the price paid by Franco Ltd. 2. Assume that the bond is classified as an AC investment. Const

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  • Frank Meyers, CFA, is a fixed-income portfolio manager for a large pension fund. A member of the Investment Committee, Fred Spice, is very interested in learning about the management of fixed-income portfolios. Spice has approached Meyers with several questions. Specifically, Spice would like to know how fixed-income managers position por

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  • Franklin Bakery is considering buying a new doughnut-making machine. The cost of the machine is $10,000. The machine will last for 10 years and is expected to be worth $1,000 as scrap at that time. It is expected that the new machine will increase doughnut sales by 15,000 doughnuts per year. Each doughnut has a selling price of 50 cents.

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