With respect to collective bargaining match the items in List - I with those in List - II, using the codes at the end of the items.
List – I |
List – II |
(a) Win – Lose |
(i) Winning is everything |
(b) Lose – Win |
(ii) Nothing for nothing |
(c) Lose – Lose |
(iii) Everything for everything |
(d) Win - Win |
(iv) Relationship is paramount |
Codes:
A. | (ii) (i) (iii) (iv) |
B. | (i) (iv) (ii) (iii) |
C. | (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) |
D. | (iv) (iii) (ii) (i) |
Option: B Explanation : |
A. | Karl Marxian notion of class conflict |
B. | Socialist pattern of society |
C. | American capitalist system |
D. | Gandhian concept of Trusteeship |
Option: D Explanation : |
In case where a company is likely to have the supernormal growth for a limited finite period and the normal growth thereafter, the value of the share can be computed as:
Where g_{s} = supernormal growth rate,
n = number of years for supernormal growth rate
g_{N} = normal growth rate, P_{0} = price of share at time 0,
t = year, D = Dividend, k_{e} = cost of equity
A. | Only (a) |
B. | Sum total of (a) and (b) |
C. | Sum total of (b) and (c) |
D. | Sum total of (c) and (d) |
Option: B Explanation : |
Select the correct statement/s from the following:
Statement I: |
The slope of the NPV profile reflects how sensitive the project is to discount rate changes. |
Statement II: |
To find total NPV of more than one projects, their NPV cannot be added. |
Statement III: |
The certainty equivalent coefficient applies adjustments to both, the cash flows (in the numerator) and the discount factor (in the denominator). |
Statement IV: |
The risk - adjusted discount factor applies adjustment for risk only to the discount factor (denominator). |
A. | Only statement I is correct |
B. | Statements II and III are correct |
C. | Statements III and IV are correct |
D. | Statements IV and I are correct |
Option: D Explanation : |