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Mr Dsgfsdfsd Essay

772 words - 4 pages

Innlevering 2 i Foretaksfinans
Asad Jamil, s169472

Beta til hver aksje i datasettet:
Aker Solution:
  | Koeffisienter |
Skjæringspunkt | -0,109 |
X-variabel | 1,267 |

  | Koeffisienter |
Skjæringspunkt | 0,077 |
X-variabel 1 | 1,456 |

  | Koeffisienter |
Skjæringspunkt | -0,054 |
X-variabel 1 | 1,180 |

  | Koeffisienter |
Skjæringspunkt | 0,045 |
X-variabel 1 | 0,948 |

  | Koeffisienter |
Skjæringspunkt | 0,249 |
X-variabel 1 | 1,139 |

  | Koeffisienter |
Skjæringspunkt | -0,024 |
X-variabel 1 | 0,786 |

Bruker følgende formel for å finne MVP:

  | REC | Seadrill |
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6. Der er ingen markedsimperfeksjoner slik som skatter, reguleringer eller begrensninger på short-salg.

Vi starter med å finne «beta» ved bruk av formelen:

Beta = (0,3*0,4)/(0,2) = 0,6

Vi bruker deretter denne formelen for å finne krav til egenkapitalens avkastning:

E(Rj) = 0,05 * 0,6 (0,15-0,05) = 11%

Ved å se på informasjonen gitt i oppgaven finner vi kapitalkostnaden til prosjekt X og Y.
E(Rx) = 0,05 + 0,25 * (0,1 5- 0,05) = 7,5%
E(Ry) = 0,05 +1,5 * (0,15-0,05) = 20%


Med homogene forventninger mener vi at investorene har de samme forventningene om hvordan økonomien utvikler seg i fremtiden.
Dersom noen investorer får tak i ny informasjon, vil det føre til ny likevekt på SML. Dette fordi investoren med privat informasjon kan bare foreta handel ved å avsløre sin informasjon og dermed vil alle de andre investorene få vite det, og prisene vil justere seg til et nytt likevektsnivå. Dette innebærer at investoren med privat informasjon ikke kan utnytte informasjonen til å tjene penger. Dette kalles "Ikke-handels-teoremet" og er utviklet av Milgrom og Stokey`s.
Deres resultat bygger på en forutsetning om at investorene ikke bare har homogene forventninger, men at alle vet at alle har det. Investorene har altså alminnelig/felles kunnskap om hva andre vet.
Med rasjonelle forventninger menes at en investor tolker og bruker korrekt informasjon, egen og den informasjon som er...

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