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ACC501 ASSIGNMENT 1 SOLUTION 2

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ACC501 ASSIGNMENT 1 SOLUTION 2


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ACC501 ASSIGNMENT 1 SOLUTION DUE DATE : 2 MAY 2013

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ACC501 ASSIGNMENT 1 SOLUTION..DUE DATE : 2 MAY 2013


BUSINESS FINANCE     (ACC501)   
                ASSIGNMENT NO. 01 
DUE DATE:       2nd
 MAY 2013 
MARKS:   20    
Topic:         Ratio Analysis
Learning objectives:
After attempting this assignment, the student would be able to:
a.  calculate and interpret different financial ratios.
b.  understand how the decisions may affect liquidity position of a company.

Assignment:

ABC Company is engaged in manufacturing of electronic products since many years. It is  listed at Regional Stock Exchange (RSE) and its shares are traded at Rs. 37 each currently. Capital structure of electronics industry is highly relying on debt. So, the industry average for debt to equity ratio is 60:40. Following financial statements relate to
ABC:

ABC Company
Balance Sheet
As on December 31, 2012
ACC501 ASSIGNMENT 1 SOLUTION


ACC501 ASSIGNMENT


Additional information: 
  • Management of the company is planning  to take loan of Rs. 51 million from a local financial institution to purchase new plant for expansion in its existing plant. 
  • A & N Company - a buyer of ABC Company has recently made an agreement to purchase electronic products for Rs. 20 million on credit basis. The inventory for this deal will cost Rs. 11 million for ABC Company. 
  • Share price of the company will be increased by Rs. 3 owing to good expectations perceived by stock market investors. 
Required:
1.  Compute current ratio of ABC Company before and after the credit sales have been 
made to A & N Co.              (3+4=7 Marks)      
        
2.  Analyze how the liquidity position of ABC Company will be affected after making 
credit sales to A&N Co.                                                           (3 Marks)  
3.  Calculate Debt-Equity Ratio of ABC Company before and after taking loan.     
                                                                                                        (3+4=7 Marks)          
4.  Comment on as how the change in Debt to Equity Ratio would affect the decision of 
the financial institution if the company requests for a further loan. (3 Marks)          

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    understanding or visit  
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ACC501 GDB NO. 1 SPRING 2013 SOLUTION

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GDB NO. 1 SPRING 2013
Ali wants to invest in the stock market while making its total risk zero by creating a unique portfolio. In this mode, he starts from choosing a single stock and adding multiple stocks to this one in order to develop a series of portfolios of his choice. Number of securities range from 1 to 1,000 in the different designed portfolios but he remains unable to get his desired risk level. Despite of rigorous computations, the risk level is still away from zero.

Required:
Can the total risk of portfolio be reduced exactly to zero? Why or why not? Discuss with conceptual rationale.


Important Instructions:

1. Your discussion comments must be based on logical facts.
2. Your comments should be brief and to the point. Avoid unnecessary details.
3. The GDB will remain open for 3 working days / 72 hours.
4. Do not copy or exchange your comments with other students. Two identical / copied comments will be marked Zero (0)
5. Obnoxious or ignoble comments should be strictly avoided.
6. Questions / queries related to the content of the Discussion Board, which may be posted by the students on MDB or via e-mail, will not be replied till the due date is over.


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ACC501 BUSINESS FINANCE COURSE CONTENTS

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ACC501 BUSINESS FINANCE COURSE CONTENTS
  • Introduction to Business Finance,
  • Business Organizations,
  • Financial Markets and Financial Statements,
  • Income Statement and Taxes,
  • Financial Cash Flows and Cash Flow Statement,
  • Financial Statement Analysis,
  • Ratio Analysis,
  • The Du Pont Identity,
  • Using Financial Statement Information,
  • Time Value of Money,
  • Discounted Cash Flow Valuation,
  • Annuities Cash Flow,
  • Perpetuities, Loans,
  • Bonds and Valuing Bonds,
  • Bond Price Theorems,
  • Bond Indenture,
  • Bond Ratings,
  • Different Types of Bonds,
  • Determinants of Term Structure,
  • Equity Markets and Stock Valuation,
  • Some Special Cases in Stock Valuation,
  • NPV and Payback Rule,
  • Average Accounting Return and Internal Rate of Return,
  • Capital Budgeting,
  • Making Capital Investment Decision,
  • Pro Forma Financial Statements,
  • Depreciation,
  • Capital Investment Decisions,
  • Returns,
  • Variability of Returns ,
  • Portfolio,
  • Risk,
  • Weighted Average Cost of Capital,
  • Capital Structure,
  • Business and Financial Risk,
  • Bankruptcy Costs,
  • Static Theory of Capital Structure,
  • Operating Cycle and Cash Cycle,
  • Short-Term Financial Policy,
  • Short-Term Borrowing,
  • Float and Cash Management,
  • Credits and Receivables,
  • Inventory Management.

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