64 questions

4 of 3 mrk’s

4 of 5 mrk’s

56 mcq’s

Mcq new thay zeyada tar past papers me sy 2,3 he ay thay mujy bs

Define Solo proprietership,explain its 2 advantages nd 2 disadvantages. 5 mrk

Bankcurptcy and its types 5 mrk

1 numerical simple Initial investment and 3 years Cf’s were given, to find out NPV nd pay back period 5 mrk.

1 i guess about flat or aisa he kuch topic ha.

find out cost of debt.3 mrk

1 question about Return in dolllar terms. 3 mrk

1 numerical very simple for finding out tax rate nd average tax rate on taxalbe amount which was 80000/- tax schdule was also given.

PAPER 2;

**Mostly MCQ’s from past papers**

**Short quiz’s theory based mostly from last 10 lectures**

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**1.****Which of the following type of bond pays no coupon at all and are offered at**

**a price that is much lower than its stated value?**

Select correct option:

Government bonds

**Zero coupon bonds** pg 85

Floating-rate bonds

Euro bonds

2.A company’s ability to meet long-term obligations can be estimated by using

which of the following set of ratios?

►Liquidity Ratio

**►****Solvency Ratios**

**pg 34**

►Asset Management Ratios

►Market Value Ratios

**3.****Which of the following is an example of positive covenant?**

Select correct option:

**Maintaining any collateral or security in good condition**

Limiting the amount of dividend according to some formula

Restricting pledging assets to other lenders

Barring merger with another firm

**4.If the dividend for a share is growing at a steady rate then which of the**

**following formula(s) can be used to find the dividend in two periods?**

Select correct option:

D2 = D1 x (1 + g )

D2 = Do x ( 1 + g )2

D2 = Do x ( 1 + g )2

**All of the given options pg 92**

5.An investment should be accepted if the net present value is __________ and

rejected if it is ________.

Positive; positive

**Positive; negative**

Negative; negative

Negative; positive

**6.Which of the following is NOT a shortcoming of Payback Rule?**

Select correct option:

Time value of money is ignored

It fails to consider risk differences

Simple and easy to calculate

**None of the given options pg 106**

**7.Which of the following measures the present value of an investment per**

*dollar invested?*

Select correct option:

Net Present Value (NPV)

Average Accounting Return (AAR)

Internal Rate of Return (IRR)

**Profitability Index (PI) pg 119**

8*_________* paid by corporation is tax deductible but *_________* paid are not tax

deductible.

Select correct option:

**Interest; dividend**

Dividend; interest

Bonus; interest

None of the given options

9.Sumi Inc. has just paid a dividend of Rs. 7 per share. The dividend of this company

grows at a steady rate of 5% per year. What will be the dividend in 5 years?

Select correct option:

Rs. 4.41

Rs. 6.12

Rs. 7.35

**Rs. 8.93**

**10.Which one of the following typically applies to preferred stock but not to**

**common stock?**

Select correct option:

Dividend yield

**Cumulative dividends**

Voting rights

Tax deductible dividends

**11.Which of the following rate makes the Net Present Value (NPV) equal**

**to zero?**

**Select correct option:**

Average Accounting Return (AAR)

**Internal Rate of Return (IRR) pg 109**

Required Rate of Return (RRR)

Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC)

12.—————- refers to the extent to which fixed-income securities (debt and

preferred stock) are used in a firm’s capital structure.

Select correct option:

Financial risk

Portfolio risk

Operating risk

Market risk

13.Which of the following describes how a product moves through the current asset

accounts ?

Cash Cycle

**Operating Cycle**

Current Cycle

None of the given options

14.Your gain (or loss) on an investment that you buy is called your : Select

correct option:

Risk on investment

**Return on investment**

Gain on investment

loss on investment

**15.Speculative Motive** – the need to hold cash to take advantage of additional investment

opportunities,

such as bargain purchases, attractive interest rates and favorable exchange rater fluctuations.

•Reserve borrowing utility and Marketable securities

16.Standard deviations for Investment A and Investment B are 25% and 12% respectively. This

indicates that :

Select correct option:

Investment A is less volatile than Investment B

Investment B is equally volatile to Investment A

**Investment A is more volatile than Investment B**

Investment B is more volatile than Investment A

**17.of the following statement measures performance over a specific period of**

**time?**

Select correct option:

**Income Statement**

Balance Sheet

Cash Flow Statement

Retained Earning Statement

18.Which of the expenses in given options is not a cash outflow for the firm?

Select correct option:

Depreciation

Dividends

Interest payments

Taxes

19.Which of the following type of risk can be eliminated by diversification ?

Select correct option:

Systematic Risk

Market Risk

**Unsystematic Risk**

None of the given options

20.Restocking costs are normally assumed to be ?

**fixed.**

Variable.

21.Rule of 72 is

**To double the money**

**PAPER 3**

d/f between debt and equity?5 marks

d/f between temporary and permanent current assets?5 marks

types of inventory? 3 marks

find portfolio weight

find risk premium

find NPV and PI

**PAPER 4**

Ali wants to invest Rs.500,000 for 5 years in a bank. On the basis of below information by two banks, suggest him the best alternate. Show complete calculation to support your decision.

Bank

Annual Interest Rate

Type of Interest

Bank A

9%

Simple Interest

Bank B

8.50%

Compound Interest

Define credit instruments? Write a note on different types credit instruments

Briefly describe cost of equity and cost of debt.

A company is evaluating a project that costs Rs. 20,000 and has cash flows of Rs. 5,000 a year for six years. Company has 12 percent cost of capital. Calculate project’s NPV (Net Present Value) and PI (Profitability Index). Is the project feasible?

Define Variance. What does it tell regarding return?

If you plan to save Rs. 12,000 with a bank at an interest rate of 9%, what will be the worth of your amount after 4 years if interest is compounded annually?

What is Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC)?

What are the recommendations if policies are flexible with regard to current assets?

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