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1. Write down the formulas for an investment's NPV and rate of return. Prove that NPV is positive only if the

rate of return exceeds the opportunity cost of capital.

2. A factory costs $800,000. You reckon that it will produce an inflow after operating costs of $170,000 a

year for 10 years. f the opportunity cost of capital is 14 percent, what is the net present value of the factory?

What will the factory be worth at the end of five years?

Ans: 86720 and 583610

3. Harold Filbert is 30 years of age and his salary next year will be $20,000. Harold forecasts that his salary

will increase at a steady rate of 5 percent per annum until his retirement at age 60.

a. f the discount rate is 8 percent, what is the PV of these future salary payments? Ans: 378222

b. f Harold saves 5 percent of his salary each year and invests these savings at an interest rate of 8

percent, how much will he have saved by age 60? Ans 190295

c. f Harold plans to spend these savings in even amounts over the subsequent 20 years, how much can he

spend each year? Ans : 19382

4. . Kangaroo Autos is offering free credit on a new $10,000 car. You pay $1,000 down and then $300 a

month for the next 30 months. Turtle Motors next door does not offer free credit but will give you $1,000 off

the list price. f the rate of interest is 10 percent a year, which company is offering the better deal? Ans:

Kangaroo

5. You own an oil pipeline which will generate a $2 million cash return over the coming year. The pipeline's

operating costs are negligible, and it is expected to last for a very long time. Unfortunately, the volume of oil

shipped is declining, and cash flows are expected to decline by 4 percent per year. The discount rate is 10

percent.

a. What is the PV of the pipeline's cash flows if its cash flows are assumed to last forever? Ans 14.29 mn

b. What is the PV of the cash flows if the pipeline is scrapped after 20 years? Ans 13.35 mn

6. You have just read an advertisement stating, "Pay us $100 a year for 10 years and we will pay you $100 a

year thereafter in perpetuity. f this is a fair deal, what is the rate of interest? Ans 7.18%

7. You estimate that by the time you retire in 35 years, you will have accumulated savings of $2 million. f the

interest rate is 8 percent and you live 15 years after retirement, what annual level of expenditure will those

savings support? Ans: 233672

Unfortunately, inflation will eat into the value of your retirement income. Assume a 4 percent inflation rate

and work out a spending program for your retirement that will allow you to maintain a level real expenditure

during retirement. Ans ReaI Spending of 177952 every year.

8. Vernal Pool, a self-employed herpetologist, wants to put aside a fixed fraction of her annual income as

savings for retirement. Ms. Pool is now 40 years old and makes $40,000 a year. She expects her income to

increase by 2 percentage points over inflation (e.g., 4 percent inflation means a 6 percent increase in

income). She wants to accumulate $500,000 in real terms to retire at age 70. What fraction of her income

does she need to set aside? Assume her retirement funds are conservatively invested at an expected real

rate of return of 5 percent a year. gnore taxes. Ans 14.6%

9. At the end of June 2001, the yield to maturity on U.S. government bonds maturing in 2006 was about 4.8

percent. Value a bond with a 6 percent coupon maturing in June 2006. The bond's face value is $10,000.

Assume annual coupon payments and annual compounding. How does your answer change with

semiannual coupons and a semiannual discount rate of 2.4 percent? Ans: 10527.85

10. An oil well now produces 100,000 barrels per year. The well will produce for a very long time (assume

forever) , but production will decline by 4 percent per year. Oil prices, however, will increase by 2 percent

per year. The discount rate is 8 percent. What is the PV of the well's production if today's price is $14 per

barrel? Ans 13, 861, 386

11. n March 2001, Fly Paper's stock sold for about $73. Security analysts were forecasting a long-term

earnings growth rate of 8.5 percent. The company was paying dividends of $1.68 per share.

a. Assume dividends are expected to grow along with earnings at g _ 8.5 percent per year in perpetuity.

What rate of return r were investors expecting? Ans: 10.8%

b. Fly Paper was expected to earn about 12 percent on book equity and to pay out about 50 percent of

earnings as dividends. What do these forecasts imply for g? For r? Use the perpetual-growth DCF formula.

Ans: 8.3%

12. Crecimiento S.A. currently plows back 40 percent of its earnings and earns a return of 20 percent on this

investment. The dividend yield on the stock is 4 percent.

a. Assuming that Crecimiento can continue to plow back this proportion of earnings and earn a 20 percent

return on the investment, how rapidly will earnings and dividends grow? What is the expected return on

Crecimiento stock? Ans: 12%

b. Suppose that management suddenly announces that future investment opportunities have dried up. Now

Crecimiento intends to pay out all its earnings. How will the stock price change? Ans: FaII by 44.4%

c. Suppose that management simply announces that the expected return on new investment would in the

future be the same as the market capitalization rate. Now what is Crecimiento's stock price?

13. Compost Science, nc. (CS), is in the business of converting Boston's sewage sludge into fertilizer. The

business is not in itself very profitable. However, to induce CS to remain in business, the Metropolitan

District Commission (MDC) has agreed to pay whatever amount is necessary to yield CS a 10 percent book

return on equity. At the end of the year CS is expected to pay a $4 dividend. t has been reinvesting 40

percent of earnings and growing at 4 percent a year.

a. Suppose CS continues on this growth trend. What is the expected long-run rate of return from purchasing

the stock at $100? What part of the $100 price is attributable to the present value of growth opportunities?

Ans: 16.83

b. Now the MDC announces a plan for CS to treat Cambridge sewage. CS's plant will, therefore, be

expanded gradually over five years. This means that CS will have to reinvest 80 percent of its earnings for

five years. Starting in year 6, however, it will again be able to pay out 60 percent of earnings. What will be

CS's stock price once this announcement is made and its consequences for CS are known? Ans: 106.22

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