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    Hwang Capital Case Study

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    TOWS MATRIX STRENGTHS (S) S1 A Cash-rich company S2 Backed by strong shareholders S3 Low level of debts WEAKNESSES (W) W1 Significant reliance only one business W2 Sluggish marketing strategy OPPORTUNITIES (O) O1 Technology advancement O2 Globalization O3 Population growth O4 WTO O5 AFTA S1,O2 W1,O1 THREATS(T) T1 Inflation T2 Tainted money lending industry reputation due to loan shark activities T3 Interest rate uncertainty S1,T3 S3,T1,T3 W1,W2,T2 6.0 RATIO ANALYSIS 1. Liquidity Ratio •…

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    The issues are whether there is an exception regarding to the majority rule and proper plaintiff rule in Foss v Harbottle? In the cases of Foss v Harbottle provides two types of rule which is “majority rule” and “proper plaintiff rule”. “Majority rule” is the majority shareholder decisions and choices over the minority shareholders. The majority votes from the shareholder within the company are ¾ of voting rights which is 75 %. The greater the majority rights and power of shareholder over the…

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    The Life-Cycle Hypothesis (LCH) posits that as households transition through different financial stages over the life cycle, consumption and wealth accumulation will vary as individuals attempt to hold their marginal utility of consumption constant. The Behavioral Life-Cycle Hypothesis (BLC) posits that the marginal propensity to consume is based on a consumer’s financial wealth, which is determined by the components of the consumer’s lifetime financial resources. The key assumption of the BLC…

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    Municipal Bonds

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    disadvantages of common stocks? Common stocks are shares entitling their holder to dividends that vary in amount and may even be missed. Advantages would be finding out what you could gain and disadvantages would be losing things. 4. What are corporate bonds? A corporate bond is a bond issued by a corporation in order to raise financing…

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    Stock Market Influences

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    individual retirement portfolio. Enterprises and enterprises become noticeable when they access the stock market with the intention of raising capital for strategic and operational purposes. Stock markets trends have an influence on consumer and corporate willingness to invest thereby controlling United States economy (Arbogast, 2013). By facilitating, trades between companies, consumers and other companies. The stock market provides a platform for growing companies to raise capital at s lower…

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    Rite Aid Corporation’s debt also includes 9.375% senior notes. The face value of these notes is $410,000. The current carrying value is $405,951. Carrying value or book value is the face value plus any premiums or minus any discounts. Thus, the difference between the face value and carrying value for these notes is due to an unamortized discount of $4,049. The cash interest payment on these notes during fiscal 2009 equals $38,438, and this number can be calculated by taking the face value of…

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    a. If Sports Experts expands into Thailand, do you think its cost of capital will be greater or lower than its cost of capital when operating solely in the US? Explain your answer. Sports Experts’ cost of capital will probably be greater than the cost of capital of sport shoes manufacturers operating in the U.S. because of Sports Experts’ expansion into Thailand. Typically, an MNC has access to international capital markets, and international diversification are advantageous to an MNC’s cost…

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    There are two variants of the DCF valuation: the equity valuation and the firm valuation. In fact, we can either use the free cash flow to the firm (FCFF), which is the after-tax cash flow that accrues from the firm's operations, net of investments in capital and net working capital, or we can use the free cash flow to equity (FCFE) that is the cash remaining after a firm meets all of its debt obligations and provides for necessary capital expenditure. Discounting the FCFF at the cost of capital…

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    From the table, it is obvious that Aristocrat Leisure Limited has increased its debt financing and equity financing. According to these increases, the equity financing is the preferred option to finance for Aristocrat Leisure Limited and the capital structure of Aristocrat is mainly from it. As a result, Aristocrat Leisure Limited does not get any tax benefits from increased debt financing. Over the four-year period, Aristocrat Leisure has increased…

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    week we presented an opportunity to finance $6MM in production equipment for a medical device manufacturer. We are reviewing the transaction from the perspective of an equipment finance firm (ABC) that was recently acquired by a local bank (FCB). More information here: ________________ Below are simplified highlights of our decision-making process: First, in checking our Risk Appetite Statements, we found that there is no RAS established yet for the equipment finance subsidiary, ABC. The bank’s…

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