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  1. Jill resigns from her job, at which she was earning $50, per year, and uses her $, savings, on which she was earning 5 percent interest, to start a business. In the first year, she earns revenue of $,, and her costs are as follows. Rent $25, Utilities $12, Wages $30, Materials $20, A. .
  2. Group Exercise B, due Sep. 6, p.m. on Blackboard Chapter 3 1) Nominal interest rates are higher than real interest rates as long as A) expected inflation is positive. B) the government taxes interest income. C) inflation is expected to decline in the future.
  3. Chester Company issues $28M in stock this year. Assuming the stock price does not change from last December 31st close, how many total shares will be outstanding?
  4. An investor purchased a $ face value bond for $ The bond has an 8 percent coupon rate, paid annually, and matures in five years. The investor sold the bond one year later for $, while the price level was increasing at 5 percent.
  5. The maximum growth rate that can be achieved financing asset growth with new debt and retained earnings is called the. Due to poor spending habits, Ricky has accumulated $10, in credit card debt. These provide a forum in which demanders of funds raise funds by issuing new financial instruments such as stocks and bonds.
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  8. The Financial Repercussions of New Beginnings by TJ Borden, released 30 July 1. Earning and Spending 2. Escape and Surrender “The strange sonic love child of Escher, Pollock and Rothko; The Financial Repercussions of New Beginnings brings vivid forms to my closed eyes.
  9. A) preparing personal financial statements. B) day-to-day financial activities. C) trade-offs that occur with financial decisions. D) storing financial records for easy access. E) spending .

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