Fleury Security Limited (FSL) is projected to have earnings per share (EPS) of $3.50 next year, and the firm’s dividends are 30% of earnings.  Investors have a required return on FSL shares of 12.4%. The company has a profit margin of 10%, total asset turnover of 0.9, and total debt ratio of 0.4.   (5 marks) Calculate the RO

SCHULICH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Individual Assignment FINE2000 Fall 2020- All Sections

Due: 7 p.m. Sunday, November 8, 2020

INSTRUCTIONS:

  • This assignment is an open-book assignment and has six pages and five questions.
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Question 1: Fleury Security Limited (FSL) is projected to have earnings per share (EPS) of $3.50 next year, and the firm’s dividends are 30% of earnings.  Investors have a required return on FSL shares of 12.4%. The company has a profit margin of 10%, total asset turnover of 0.9, and total debt ratio of 0.4.

  1. (5 marks) Calculate the ROE of the company.
  2. (5 marks) Calculate the price of FSL shares.
  3. (5 marks) How much of that price is due to future growth opportunities
  4. Question 2: The current term structure is shown here:
  5. (7 marks) Calculate the current price of a government bond with a face value of $1000 and a coupon rate of 7%. It is an annual coupon bond that matures in 3 years.
  6. (13 marks) Calculate the current price of a bond issued by XYZ corporation if it has a face value of $1000 and a coupon rate of 7%. It matures in 3 years. Use the following table to find the default risk premium. (Assume the default risk is not a function of maturity)

 

Bond Rating Required rate of interest
XYZ Co.

7%

3 years from now

AA ?
ABC Co.

8%

3 years from now

B 8.5%
NP Co.

10%

5 years from now

AA 7.2%
XT Co.

3%

5 years from now

AA 7.7%
BB Co.

10%

3 years from now

A 6.85%

Question 3: Wild Corporation is in the process of acquiring Tamed Inc. Tamed Inc. has two divisions: food manufacturing and retail grocery. The current number of outstanding shares is 200.

 

  1. (8 marks) What do you recommend for the total value of the food division? What about the retail grocery division?
  2. (7 marks) The management of Tamed Inc. has informed us that the Cost of goods sold for the Retail Grocery division was abnormally high this year due to the temporary closure of one of the local suppliers. We expect a much lower Cost of goods sold for that division in the future. Given this information, what do you recommend for the total value of the food division? What about the retail grocery division?
  3. (3 marks) Wild Corporation is offering $92 per share. Given the information in part (b), would you recommend the shareholders of Tamed Inc. to accept the offer or decline it? Why?

 

Statement of Comp. Income (Food Manufacturing Division)
Sales 2,000
Cost of goods sold 700
Depreciation 300
EBIT 1,000
Interest paid 200
Taxable income 800
Taxes (40%) 320
Net Income 480
Statement of Comp. Income (Retail Grocery Division)
Sales 2,500
Cost of goods sold 1,400
Depreciation 500
EBIT 600
Interest paid 100
Taxable income 500
Taxes (40%) 200
Net Income 300
Statement of Comp. Income (Consolidated Statement)
Sales 4,500
Cost of goods sold 2100
Depreciation 800
EBIT 1,600
Interest paid 300
Taxable income 1,300
Taxes (40%) 520
Net Income 780

 

 

Companies similar to Tamed Inc. Industry Price-to-earnings ratio

 

Price/Sales ratio
CA. Shop Co. Grocery 14 3
Sunny Co. Grocery 15 3.5
Raspberry Co. Food 18.5 5
Pasta Inc. Food 18 4.5
ShopWithUS Co. Grocery 14.5 4
PeachPerfect Inc. Food 19 6

 

 

 

 

Question 4: There are three stocks in the market, stock A, stock B, and stock C. The price of stock A today is $75. The price of stock A next year will be $63 if the economy is in a recession, $83 if the economy is normal, and $95 if the economy is expanding. The probabilities of recession, normal times, and expansion are 0.20, 0.65, and 0.15, respectively. Stock A pays no dividends and has a beta of 0.64. Stock B has an expected return of 6%, a standard deviation of 30%, a beta of 0.42, and a correlation with stock A of 0.52. Stock C has an expected return of 4.739%, a standard deviation of 23%, a beta of 0.26, and correlations with stock A of 0.42 and with stock B of 0.46. Assume the CAPM holds.

 

  1. (6 marks) Calculate the expected return and standard deviation of stock A.
  2. (2 marks) If you are a typical, risk-averse investor with a well-diversified portfolio, which stock would you prefer?
  3. (6 marks) Calculate the expected return and standard deviation of a portfolio consisting of 45% of stock A, 30% of stock B, and 25% of stock C.
  4. (6 marks) Calculate the beta of the portfolio in (c).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Question 5: Exploring and Understanding Market Efficiency-Find a recent quarterly or annual announcement by a North-American, publicly-traded company and then summarize and analyze the market’s reaction to that announcement. You can use any of the following sources for your news article; National Post, Globe and Mail, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg News, Reuters, New York Times, Financial Times, or Forbes. The timing of the announcement must be between September 1, 2020 and November 4, 2020. You cannot analyze an event that was discussed in class.

  1. (7 marks) Briefly explain the company’s main business and summarize the content of the news announcement You should include a copy of the article. Be sure to reference your article.
  2. (8 marks) Describe how the market reacted to the announcement. Include a graph showing the impact of the announcement on the company’s stock price. Was the news expected? Unexpected? Was the market’s reaction complete and immediate? Was there over-reaction by the market? What else was happening on the markets at the time of announcement?
  3. (7 marks) Explain in your own words why the market may have reacted in the manner it did.
  4. (5 marks) In your opinion, does your example support strong, semi-strong, or weak efficiency of markets.

Your response should not exceed 500 words. You will be judged on the selection of your article, and the completeness and clarity of your description, analysis, and commentary. Grammar, spelling, format, sourcing of references etc. will also be considered.

 

Reference no: EM132069492

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