This significant new guide to finance has a broader scope and greater emphasis on general principles than most other books of its kind, which typically focus exclusively on corporate finance. Acclaimed authors Bodie and Merton offer an approach balanced among the three "pillars" of finance-- optimization over time, asset valuation, and risk management. Encompasses all subfields of finance within a single unifying conceptual framework. Offers the "big picture" of resource allocation over time under conditions of uncertainty. Focuses on personal finance topics, such as saving and investing, as well as asset valuation. Provides spreadsheet modeling exercises in the accompanying Prentice Hall Finance Center CD. MARKET: Ideal for executives or for anyone seeking a solid understanding and overview of the field of finance.
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FINANCE AND THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM
The Financial System
Interpreting Financial Statements
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amount annual annuity Answer arbitrage assume balance sheet bank borrowing bushel call option CAPM cash dividend cash flows Chapter compute corporate cost of capital coupon bond debt Debtco's stock discount rate diversification earnings equity example exchange rate exercise price expected rate expected return face value financial system firm firm's formula forward contract forward price funds future value futures contract futures price FV PMT Result hedge income investment investors liabilities loan market portfolio market price market value maturity million nominal one-year payment payoffs present value profit purchase pure discount bond put option PV FV PMT Quick Check rate of return real rate replicating portfolio risk-free interest rate risk-free rate riskless asset risky assets securities sell share of stock shareholders spot price standard deviation stock price Suppose Table taxes U.S. dollars volatility wheat yield yield to maturity yield-to-maturity