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Simple interest means that: (Points : 1) the interest rate is the same every period. the dollar amount of interest is the same every period. interest is only paid once a year. the compounding periods are annual.
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Please review the basic rules:
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Shareholders gains come in the form of: (Points : 1) only dividends. only capital gains. dividends and capital gains. interest payments.
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Interest rates are given as annual rates. If semiannual (twice a year) compounding is being used, then you would make the following adjustments: (Points : 1) Double the rate and double the number of years. Double the rate and halve the number of years. Halve the rate and halve the number of years. Halve the rate and double the number of years.
Weegy: Interest rates are given as annual rates. [ If semiannual (twice a year) compounding is being used, then you would make the following adjustments: Double the rate and halve the number of years. ] User: GMX Resources, an independent oil and gas exploration and production company, has a 9.25% preferred stock outstanding, which pays an annual dividend of $2.3125. If investors require a return of 15% on small companies in this sector, what will this preferred stock sell for? (Points : 1) $14.11 $14.72 $15.41 $28.58 Weegy: 2.3125/.15 = 15.41 The answer is, $15.41. (More)
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When making investment decisions, we focus on after-tax cash flows because: (Points : 1) taxes must be paid. those are the cash flows available to shareholders. taxes can have a significant effect on profits. tax rates differ across companies.
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When making investment decisions, we focus on after-tax cash flows because: those are the cash flows available to shareholders.
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