FIN 101 SEU Principles of Finance Worksheet
College of Administrative and Financial Sciences
Principles of Finance (FIN101)
Deadline for students: (23/04/2022@ 23:59)
Course Name: Principles of Finance
Course Code: FIN101
Student’s ID Number:
Academic Year: 1443/1444 H, Second Semester
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Instructor’s Name: Bandar Almutairi
Level of Marks:
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Q1. What is the current market price of a bond that has a face value of $1 million at the end of 2
years and pays semiannually coupons at a rate of 5.2% p.a., if the discount rate is 5% p.a.? (Show
your calculations) (1.5 Marks)
Q2. Facebook paid its common stocks a dividend of $0.77 last year. The company expects growth to
continue at 7% p.a. for the next 2 years and 5% p.a. thereafter. What is the current price of the
share? common shareholders’ rate of return is 10% p.a. (Show your calculations) (2 Marks)
Q3. Your company is looking at a project that requires a $50,000 investment. It is expected that the
project will generate cash flows of $15,000 in year 1, $20,000 in year 2, $17,000 in year 3, and
$13,000 in year 4. Using the NPV method, should the project be undertaken if your shareholders’
required rate of return is 12%? (Show your calculations) (1.5 Marks)
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