# Corporate Finance.

Your firm is considering purchasing a machine with the followingannual, end-of-year, book investment accounts. The machine generates, on average, \$7,900 per year in additionalnet income. What is the average accounting return for this machine? (Donot round intermediate calculations. Enter your answer as a percentrounded to 2 decimal places, e.g., 32.16.) AAR            % . . .

Find the NPV, IRR, MIRR, PI, and PBP for Facebook. Please showyour work. Your initial investment is 10% of the total market value of thecompany (hint: market cap = number of outstanding shares multipliedby the current stock price). Assume 5% constant growth rate for thenext three years based on 2013 FCF, and the investment rate for thecompanies is 8%. Market price (12/31/13) = \$54.65 Shares Outstanding 2,547,000,000 Market Value = \$139,193,550,000.00 Intital Value 10% MV= \$13,919,355,000 Free Cash Flow: 2,860 (USD \$ in millions)    . . .

Finance: HPR,APR,EAR 3. Kelly buys three shares of ownership of a local bar. Theshares cost \$10,000 each. Each year, she and her partners eachreceive \$2,000 of income per share. If Kelly can sell her sharesfor \$12,000 after collecting her payment in the 6th year, what washer APR? (Enter your answer as a decimal, i.e. if your answer is2.5%, enter .025 for your response) . . .

Explain why the value of a share of stock does not depend on howlong you plan to hold the stock. . . .

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