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I need assistance with these questions. Some need a financial calculator

I need assistance with these questions. Some need a financial calculator
Exam I Question 1: What does it mean when we say that the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is an auction market? How are auction markets different from dealer markets? What kind of market is the NASDAQ? Question 2: What is the primary disadvantage of the corporate form of organization? What are two advantages of the corporate form of organization? Question 3: Here is Marathon Oil’s Balance Sheet: $ Millions December 31, 2021 December 31, 2020 Current Assets Cash and Cash Equivalents 580 742 Receivables 1,142 747 Inventories 77 76 Other Current Assets 22 47 Total Current Assets 1,821 1,612 Equity Method Investments 450 447 Property, Plant, and Equipment less Depreciation 14,499 15,638 Other Noncurrent Assets 224 259 TOTAL ASSETS 16994 17,956 Liabilities Current Liabilities Accounts Payable 1,110 837 Payroll and Benefits Payable 74 57 Accrued Taxes 157 72 Other Current Liabilities 260 247 Long-term Debt Due within One Year 36 – Total Current Liabilities 1,637 1,213 Long-term Debt 3,978 5,404 Deferred Tax Liabilities 136 163 Defined Benefit Postretirement Plan Obligations 137 180 Asset Retirement Obligations 288 241 Deferred Credits and Other Liabilities 132 194 Total Liabilities 6,308 7,395 Stockholders’ Equity Preferred Stock – No share issued or outstanding – – Common Stock: Issued 937 million shares (par value $1 per share, 1.925 billion shares authorized at December 31, 2021 and December 31, 2020) 937 937 Held in Treasury, at cost – 194 million shares and 148 million shares (4,825) (4,089) Additional Paid-in Capital 7,221 7,174 Retained Earnings 7,271 6,466 Accumulated Other Comprehensive Income 82 73 Total Stockholders’ Equity 16,686 10,561 Total Liabilities and Stockholders’ Equity 16,994 17,956 Here is Marathon Oil’s Income Statement for the Year Ended December 31,: $ Millions, except per share data 2021 2020 2019 Revenues and Other Income Revenues from Contracts with Customers 5,601 3,097 5,063 Net Gain (Loss) on Commodity Derivatives (383) 116 (72) Income (Loss) from Equity Method Investments 253 (161) 87 Net Gain (Loss) on Disposal of Assets (19) 9 50 Other Income 15 25 62 Total Revenues and Other Income 5,467 3,086 5,190 Costs and Expenses: Production 534 555 712 Shipping, Handling, and Other Operating 727 596 605 Exploration 136 181 149 Depreciation, Depletion, and Amortization 2,066 2,316 2,397 Impairments 60 144 24 Taxes Other than Income 345 200 311 General and Administrative 291 274 356 Total Costs and Expenses 4,159 4,266 4,554 Income (Loss) from Operations 1,308 (1,180) 636 Net Interest and Other (188) (256) (244) Other Net Periodic Benefit (Costs) Credits 5 (1) 3 Loss on Early Extinguishment of Debt (121) (28) (3) Income (Loss) Before Income Taxes 1,004 (1,465) 392 Provision (Benefit) for Income taxes 58 (14) (88) Net Income (Loss) 946 (1,451) 480 What does the Quick Ratio tell you about the financial position of Marathon Oil? Show your work. What does the Total Debt Ratio tell you about the financial position of Marathon Oil? How has that changed from 2020? Show your work. What does the Return on Assets tell you about the financial and operational position of Marathon Oil? How has that changed from 2020 to 2021? Show your work. What does the Return on Equity tell you about the financial and operational position of Marathon Oil? How has that changed from 2020 to 2021? Show your work. Question 4: Regarding present and future values of a single sum, fill in the missing entries in the following table: Present Value Years Interest Rate Future Value $ 1,000 7 13% $ 5,356 16 7% $ 1,000 9 $ 2,171.89 $ 221,411 33 $1,107,761 $ 1,000 6% $ 100,000 $ 22,045 10% $1,000,000 10 6% $ 400,000 10 7% $ 400,000 Question 5: Regarding the present and future values of an ordinary annuity compounded annually, fill in the missing values in the following table: Present Value Years Interest Rate Coupon Payment Future Value at Maturity $ 2,963.15 7 13% $10,000 $ 16 7% $ 600 $20,000 Question 6: You want to buy a house and have found one you like for $200,000. You have saved up and can make a 20% down-payment. Due to the recent increases in inflation, the best fixed rate that you can get is 12%/year, compounded monthly. If the duration of the loan is 15 years, what will your monthly payment be? Question 7: The Petroleum stock prices have ________ so far this semester. Fallen 5% and then remained about the same. Fallen, then risen by 5%. Risen by 5%. Risen and then fallen by less than 5%. Risen and then fallen by more than 10%. 4

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