Basic Finance: An Introduction to Financial Institutions, Investments and Management

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Cengage Learning, Mar 25, 2011 - Business & Economics - 720 pages
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BASIC FINANCE: AN INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, INVESTMENTS & MANAGEMENT, 10E, by Herbert B. Mayo discusses the three primary aspects of finance-financial institutions, investments, and management and examines how they are interrelated using a modular format. Each chapter offers a concise, self-contained treatment of one or two finance concepts or institutions easily covered in a single class period. BASIC FINANCE, 10E, provides a strong finance foundation that students can build on using Internet resources and sample number problems, cases, and calculator solutions that use a Microsoft Excel appendix. The text introduces the time value of money using three approaches to reinforce the concept--interest tables, financial calculator keystrokes, and investment analysis calculator software created specifically for the Mayo books.
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Contents

An Introduction to Basic Finance
1
Financial Institutions
12
Financial Tools
102
Investments
218
Corporate Finance
360
Derivatives
600
Interest Factors for the Future Value of One Dollar FVIF 1+in
645
Interest Factors for the Present Value of One Dollar PVIF 11+in
647
Interest Factors for the Future Value of an Annuity of One Dollar FVAIF 1+in1i
649
Interest Factors for the Present Value of an Annuity of One Dollar PVAIF 111+ini 11+ini
651
Using Excel to Solve Financial Problems
653
Answers to Selected Problems
676
Index
685
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Dr. Herbert Mayo teaches finance at The College of New Jersey and is a former Director of Accreditation. A well-respected author and experienced educator, he has written several successful books focusing on critical finance issues and today's investment opportunities. He earned his PhD from Rutgers University and his undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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