Choose a publicly traded company that issues bonds. You can locate this information by reviewing your chosen company’s annual report online. A good place to start is the Annual Reports website.In your case study, discuss the following aspects of the company.
Provide a brief introduction of the company, including its name, headquarters, products/services offered, and approximate net worth.
What are the key features of one of the bonds issued by your chosen company? Discuss how the bond’s terms and collateral can affect the bond’s interest rate.
How would a potential investor determine the value and risk of the bond?
Explain the concept of the time value of money (TVM) as it applies to the company’s bond offerings.
being named Prime Minister. He rid Germany of democracy and started placing more Nazis in power. To attract more supporters, Hitler used propaganda (left). Blitzkrieg Meaning “lightning war”, blitzkrieg was used by Germans as a way to execute a quick victory by utilizing weapons such as planes, artillery, and tanks. This military tactic was designed to surprise enemies through speed and strong firepower, creating psychological shock and the enemies’ disorganization. In 1939, Germany first tested this tactic in Poland. Later, they became successful when they annexed France, Belgium, and the Netherlands only a year later. Lend Lease Act This act allowed the United States to help foreign countries with any arms or other military needs without having to pay or go into battle. The main goal was to help defend other countries that would also defend themselves. As the US continued to support and provide Britain with arms, the British stayed in the war until the US was eventually pulled into the war as well. Neutrality Acts To keep the US out of the war, these neutrality acts were passed, stating that the US couldn’t provide anything war-related to disputing nations. These laws were passed in 1936-1937 by Congress, in which American citizens were in favor of. Ever since WWI, Americans were leaning towards keeping themselves out of any disputes or conflicts between other nations. President Roosevelt himself was encouraging other nations to maintain peace and to negotiate out their desires for the future. Allies The Allies won the support of many, however, Hitler felt threatened by the US if they were to ever become involved in the war. Americans were put in a tight position when they didn’t want to become involved in the war yet wanted to help the British and French. The neutrality acts prevented the US from assisting the allies. Not much longer, the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor (pictured left) where over 3,500 Americans were injured or dead. Roosevelt finally decided it was time for the US to join the Allies and fight the war. Axis Powers Consisting of Italy and Germany, the Axis Powers worked together to conquer Vichy France. Hitler’s goal was to conquer Britain, one of the Allied powers, but he knew his army was no match f>GET ANSWER