The two key risks those are gradually drying up the FDI flow to India are governance and inflation. These aforementioned factors are taking a toll on investor confidence and foreign direct investment flows which decreased during the last quarter of 2010. The probability of FDIs coming back to India is pretty bleak if more sectors are not opened up and policies are not streamlined to help foreign investors’ causes.
German luxury carmaker, Audi, which is part of Volkswagen group, launched its new A8 Sedan in India. The car which belongs to premium category is priced at Rs 90 lakh approximately. Despite the high price tag that is attached to the car, the company expects full-year sales to top over 4,500 units, showing a 50% growth with this newly launched vehicle.
Assesment : The module is assessed wholly by a 3-hour examination based on seen case study and unseen questions. The case study will be given out in advance, for the students to study in depth. The exam will consist of a number of unseen questions, related to the case study (for which a clean copy will be provided in the exam room), to be answered under normal exam conditions in the 3-hour session.
Imagine there are only two efficient portfolios of risky assets, EP1 and EP2. EP1 offers 10% return and 4% risk. EP2 offers 16% return and 20% risk. An investor has $100 to invest and may borrow or lend at the same risk free rate of 4%. Explain which efficient portfolio of risk assets is preffered by the investor ?
One math topic that students find most confusing is Permutations and Combinations, and the biggest problem students face is not realizing the difference between a situation which involves permutations and one which involves combinations. Although for many people it takes time to understand this distinction, here’s an article that explains on a simple level the difference between the two concepts and which you can use as a starting point in learning this distinction.