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I. decrease in the number of non-dividend paying firms
II. maturing of young, successful firms
III. signaling of a firm's financial health
IV. May 2003 tax act
III. bond indenture covenant
IV. state laws pertaining to retained earnings
II. pension fund
IV. trust funds
II. rights offer
III. tender offer
IV. targeted repurchase
II. number of shares outstanding decreased by 1/4
III. price per share increased by 1/3
IV. price per share decreased by 1/4
II. Venture capital is relatively easy to obtain for most new firms.
III. Venture capitalists generally have an exit strategy.
IV. Venture capitalists tend to specialize in one type of financing for aselect type of firm.
I. duty to offer the Green Shoe provision to all investors who buy at the offerprice
II. duty to set the offer price
III. duty to distribute the offered shares
IV. duty to purchase any unsold shares
II. The best IPOs are oversubscribed.
III. Underwriters like to avoid lawsuits.
IV. It benefits the existing shareholders.
I. re-order costs
II. shortage costs
III. restocking costs
IV. carrying costs
I. decreasing accounts receivable
II. increasing inventory
III. increasing accounts payable
IV. increasing common stock
I. easing the credit terms given to customers
II. increasing the amount of inventory carried by each grocery store
III. borrowing funds to keep more cash available for store operations
IV. decreasing the firms' investments in marketable securities
II less long-term debt than if the firm followed a restrictive financial policy
III. periods of excess funds which can be invested in short-term marketablesecurities
IV. lower investment in fixed assets than if the firm adopted a flexiblefinancial policy
II. utilizing zero-balance accounts
III. depositing checks daily rather than weekly
IV. reducing the processing delay by one day
II. make sure all checks it receives at the sales counter are properly datedand signed
III. pay its bills in a more timely manner
IV. eliminate its regional lockboxes and only have one central lockbox locatednear the firm's home office
I. U.S. importers
II. U.S. exporters
III. U.S. travelers to Europe
IV. U.S. portfolio manager who purchases foreign securities
you invested U.S. $100 inCanadian dollars last week and then converted your money back to U.S. dollarsthis week. Ignore any interest earnings.
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