Find the flotation costs with the given information.

Figure out how many shares need to be sold given how much the company needs to raise, its offer price, and spread.

Find what your would profit be, expected profit, and the principle you illustrated.

Before the offering, find how many current shares.

Find the maximum and minimum possible subscription price. Then, given a subscription price, find out many shares to be sold and the rights needed to buy a share. Then find the ex-rights price and the value of a right. Lastly, given the shareholder’s shares, find the portfolio value before and after the offer.

Find the new market value of the company, how many rights are needed, the ex-rights price, and the value of a right.

Find the arithmetic and geometric average returns for the stock with the given prices and dividends.

Given the stock returns, find the arithmetic and geometric average returns.

Using long-term government bonds, corporate bonds, and inflation… find the historical real return on long-term government and corporate bonds.

Find the average annual return on large-company stocks in nominal and real terms.