1) Your Competitive Intelligence team is predicting that the Digby Company will invest in adding capacity to their Dim product this year. Assume Digby's product Dim invests in increasing its capacity by 10% this year. Because of this new information, your company anticipates all other products in the Core segment will increase their capacity by the same amount. How much can the industry produce in the Core segment the next year? Consider only products primarily in the Core segment last year. Ignore current inventories. Figures in thousands (000). Select: 1 16,544 9,409 6,170 8,431 7,081 8,059 4,118 2) Assume Andrews is paying a dividend of $1.38 (per share). IIf this dividend was lowered by 15%, given its current stock price, what would be the Dividend Yield? Select: 1 0.9% 140.3% 116.9% 105.2% 3) Assume Chester Corp. is downsizing the size of their workforce by 20% (to the nearest person) next year from various strategic initiatives. Chester is planning to conduct exit interviews to learn more about how they can improve in processes and increase productivity. The exit interviews are estimated to cost $100 per employee in additional to normal separation costs of $5000. How much will the company pay in separation costs if these exit interviews are implemented next year? Select: 1 $1,048,320 $262,080 $636,480 $2,545,920 4) Digby's balance sheet has $95,900,000 in equity. If next year, assets decrease by $4,000,000 and liabilities increase by $2,000,000, what will be Digby's book value? Select: 1 $97,900,000 $36,646,000 $93,900,000 $89,900,000 5) All else constant, what would Digby’s SG&A/Sales ratio be if the company had spent an additional $1,500,000 for Daze’s promotional budget and $750,000 for Daze’s sales budget? Select: 1 11.4% 8.2% 10.8% 9.5% 6) Currently Acre is charged $1,521,867 Depreciation on the Income Statement of Andrews. Andrews is planning for an increase in this depreciation. On the financial statements of Andrews will this? Select: 1 Decrease Net Cash from Operations on the Cash Flow Statement. Increase Net Cash from Operations on the Cash Flow Statement. Just impact the Balance Sheet. Have no impact on the Net Cash from Operations as depreciation appears in both Cash Flow and the Income Statement. 7) In the month of March the Digby Corporation received and delivered orders of 180,000 units at a price of $15.00 for revenue of $2.700mil for their product Drat. Digby uses the accrual method of accounting and offers 30 day credit terms. By the end of May Digby had collected payments of $2.700mil for the March deliveries. How much of the collected $2.700mil should Digby show on the March 31st income statement and how much on the May 31st income statement? Select: 1 $1.350mil in March; $1.350mil in May $2.700mil in March; $0 in May $0.891mil in March; $1.809mil in May $0 in March; $2.700mil in May 8) Chester Corporation is considering adding capacity to their Crimp product, currently automated to 7.0. Assume: - They will use the new capacity next year to make and sell 200 additional units (000). - Each unit of capacity will cost $34.00. - Crimp's price will be unchanged at $34.00. - Material costs will remain $13.04 next year. - Labor costs will remain $5.34 on first shift, and $7.91 on second shift. - Bond interest will remain 15.0% next year. - Depreciation will be straight line over 15 years. - SG&A costs can be ignored because they would be the same with or without the new capacity. Which of the following tactics will yield the highest ROI in their first year of production? Select: 1 Buy 100 units of capacity. Finance the $3,400 purchase entirely with a new bond. Buy 100 units of capacity. Finance the $3,400 purchase entirely with a stock issue. Buy 200 units of capacity. Finance the $6,800 purchase entirely with a stock issue. Buy 200 units of capacity. Finance the $6,800 purchase entirely with a new bond.