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Financial Ratio analysis

Current   Assets Stock 15,000 Trade   receivables 22,500 Bank 7,50045,000Total   assets 65,000 Owner’s   Equity Capital40,000 (+)   Net profit18,000 58,000 (-)   Drawings-8,000 50,000 Current   Liabilities Trade   payables 15,000 Total   equity and liabilities. 65,000 Sales for Suhana Trading was RM72,000, net profit was RM24,000 and the opening stock for the company was RM17,000.  Based on the information, calculate:a) Current […]

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Pearce’s Cricket Farm issued a 15-year, 6% semiannual bond 2 years ago. The bond currently sells for 95% of its face value. The company’s tax rate is 40%. Suppose the book value of the debt issue is $60 million. In addition, the company has a second debt issue on the market, a zero coupon bond with 15 years left to maturity; the book value of this […]

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The CARA and CRRA utility functions are both members of a more general class of utility functions…

The CARA and CRRA utility functions are both members of a more general class of utility functions called harmonic absolute risk aversion (HARA) functions. The general form for this function is where the various parameters obey the following restrictions: The reasons for the first two restrictions are obvious; the third is required so that U_ > 0.a. Calculate r (W) for this function. Show that […]

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Suppose fairness is defined as those with the highest incomes can afford to pay a greater proportion

Suppose fairness is defined as those with the highest incomes can afford to pay a greater proportion of their income in taxes. Then which of the following taxation systems would be consistent with this notion of fairness? a. A true flat tax. b. A flat sales tax on consumption purchases. c. A progressive tax on income. d. A fixed federal tax of $5,000 that everyone […]

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Using the aggregate expenditures model, assume the aggregate expenditures (AE) line is above…

Using the aggregate expenditures model, assume the aggregate expenditures (AE) line is above the45-degree line at full-employment GDP. This vertical distance is called a (an) a. inflationary gap. b. recessionary gap. c. negative GDP gap. d. marginal propensity to consume gap.

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Assume the economy is in recession and real GDP is below full employment. The marginal propensity to

Assume the economy is in recession and real GDP is below full employment. The marginal propensity to consume (MPC) is 0.80, and the government increases spending by $500 billion. As a result, aggregate demand will rise by a. zero. b. $2,500 billion. c. more than $2,500 billion. d. less than $2,500 billion.

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The following diagram illustrates the demand curve facing a monopoly in an industry with no…

The following diagram illustrates the demand curve facing a monopoly in an industry with no economies or diseconomies of scale and no fixed costs. In the short and long run, MC=ATC. Copy the diagram and indicate the following: a. Optimal output b. Optimal price c. Total revenue d. Total cost e. Total monopoly profits f. Total “excess burden” or “welfare costs” of the monopoly (briefly […]

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Use the aggregate expenditures model to demonstrate the multiplier effect. How are changes in the…

Use the aggregate expenditures model to demonstrate the multiplier effect. How are changes in the MPC, changes in the MPS, and the size of the multiplier related? Answer the following questions: a. What is the multiplier if the MPC is 0? 0.33?0.90? b. Suppose the equilibrium real GDP is $100 billion and the MPC is 4/5. How much will the equilibrium output change if businesses […]

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