Investment banker acting as an “underwriter”

Investment banker acting as an “underwriter”

  1. When an investment banker acts as an “underwriter” he (Points: 3)
    gives a “firm commitment” to purchase the securities from the corporation at a set price.
    the company suffers a decline in earnings after taxes.
    may sell as many securities as possible and return the rest unsold.
    may give advice to management.
  2. Dilution of earnings occurs because (Points: 3)
    a new issue of common stock creates more shares outstanding which reduces earnings per share temporarily.
    the company suffers a decline in earnings after taxes.
    the investment banker collects an underwriting fee.
    all of the above.
  3. A firm has $1,000,000 in its common stock account and $2,500,000 in its paid-in capital account. The firm issued 100,000 shares of common stock. What was the original issue price if only one stock issue has ever been sold? (Points: 3)
    $35 per share
    $25 per share
    $10 per share
    Not enough information to tell
  4. The __ method of inventory costing is least likely to lead to inflation-induced profits. (Points: 3)
    FIFO
    LIFO
    Weighted average
    Lower of cost or market
  5. Total asset turnover indicates the firm’s (Points: 3)
    liquidity.
    debt position.
    ability to use its assets to generate sales.
    profitability.
  6. Which of the following is a potential problem of utilizing ratio analysis? (Points: 3)
    trends and industry averages are historical in nature.
    financial data may be distorted due to price-level changes.
    firms within an industry may not use similar accounting methods.
    all of the above

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