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18 April, 02:16

Suppose that the current value of all of a mutual fund's holdings is determined to be $750 million. The fund's liabilities are $125 million and it grew at 20% from last year. It currently has 45 million shares outstanding. What is the fund's NAV?

A) $12.00 per shareB) $13.89 per shareC) $14.40 per shareD) $16.80 per share

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  1. 18 April, 03:26
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    Answer: B) $13.89 per share

    Explanation:

    In order to find the net asset value or NAV of a mutual fund we have to know the liabilities and assets that fund has as of the date that we want to calculate the NAV. Then we will subtract its total liabilities from its total assets. Then we will divide that number by the number of shares to find the net asset value.

    Total assets = 750 million

    Total liabilities = 125 million

    Current shares outstanding = 45 million

    (750 million - 125 million) / 45 million = 13.89
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