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Risk and Return Analyses | Bega Cheese Ltd

   

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Table of ContentsSolution –A...........................................................................................................................................2Solution –B............................................................................................................................................3Solution –C............................................................................................................................................4Solution –D...........................................................................................................................................4Solution – E...........................................................................................................................................4Solution –F............................................................................................................................................5Risk and Return Estimation...................................................................................................................6Risk and Return analyses.......................................................................................................................7References............................................................................................................................................91 | P a g e

Solution –AFacts of the case During current income year Bega Cheese Ltd, executed a long term sales contract,such contract required the consumers to make a month payment, under sucharrangement Bega Cheese Ltd, stuck with current financial needs, to overcome fromsuch situation the financial management had made arrangement with banker ofcompany and bank is agree to pay present value future inflow, at 7 % discounting rate.Here is a present value of amount realised from customers over a period of 4 years. MonthsPayments (000)Dis Rate PV ( 000)1 $ 10.00 0.9942 $ 9.94 2 $ 10.00 0.9885 $ 9.89 3 $ 10.00 0.9828 $ 9.83 4 $ 10.00 0.9771 $ 9.77 5 $ 10.00 0.9715 $ 9.71 6 $ 10.00 0.9659 $ 9.66 7 $ 10.00 0.9603 $ 9.60 8 $ 10.00 0.9548 $ 9.55 9 $ 10.00 0.9493 $ 9.49 10 $ 10.00 0.9438 $ 9.44 11 $ 10.00 0.9384 $ 9.38 12 $ 10.00 0.9330 $ 9.33 13 $ 10.00 0.9276 $ 9.28 14 $ 10.00 0.9222 $ 9.22 15 $ 10.00 0.9169 $ 9.17 16 $ 10.00 0.9116 $ 9.12 17 $ 10.00 0.9064 $ 9.06 18 $ 10.00 0.9011 $ 9.01 19 $ 10.00 0.8959 $ 8.96 20 $ 10.00 0.8908 $ 8.91 21 $ 10.00 0.8856 $ 8.86 22 $ 10.00 0.8805 $ 8.81 23 $ 10.00 0.8755 $ 8.75 24 $ 10.00 0.8704 $ 8.70 25 $ 10.00 0.8654 $ 8.65 26 $ 10.00 0.8604 $ 8.60 27 $ 10.00 0.8554 $ 8.55 28 $ 10.00 0.8505 $ 8.51 29 $ 10.00 0.8456 $ 8.46 30 $ 10.00 0.8407 $ 8.41 31 $ 10.00 0.8359 $ 8.36 32 $ 10.00 0.8311 $ 8.31 2 | P a g e

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