Finance for Managers
Harvard Business Press, Dec 4, 2002 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
Harvard Business Essentials are comprehensive, solution-oriented paperbacks for business readers of all levels of experience. Calculating and assessing the overall financial health of the business is an important part of any managerial position. From reading and deciphering financial statements, to understanding net present value, to calculating return on investment, Finance for Managers provides the fundamentals of financial literacy. Easy to use and nontechnical, this helpful guide gives managers the smart advice they need to increase their impact on financial planning, budgeting, and forecasting.
Shortterm Financial Management
Longterm Financial Management
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activities agreement amount analysis Applications associated bank beta borrower borrower's call option capital cash flows common Consider contract corporate cost create currency debt decisions default derivatives determine deviation discount dollar earnings effects equity estimate evaluate event example exercise price existing expected return factors Figure firm fixed foreign exchange forward forward contract francs funds future given gives Harvard higher holding important increases interest interest rate investment investor lender lending less loan managers maturity measure Note obligation operating opportunities party payment performance period points portfolio positive potential premium present value problem profit purchase put option question quotes receive result risk risky securities sell share simple specified standard strategy structure swap systematic tool trade transaction underlying asset unit valuation