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ssue Price

The following terms relate to independent bond issues:

- 460 bonds; $1,000 face value; 8% stated rate; 5 years; annual interest payments
- 460 bonds; $1,000 face value; 8% stated rate; 5 years; semiannual interest payments
- 890 bonds; $1,000 face value; 8% stated rate; 10 years; semiannual interest payments
- 1,830 bonds; $500 face value; 12% stated rate; 15 years; semiannual interest payments

Use the appropriate present value table:

PV of $1 and PV of Annuity of $1

**Required:**

Assuming the market rate of interest is 10%, calculate the selling price for each bond issue. If required, round your intermediate calculations and final answers to the nearest dollar.

Situation |
Selling Price of the Bond Issue |

a. | $ |

b. | $ |

c. | $ |

d. | $ |

Answer #1

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Issue Price
The following terms relate to independent bond issues:
570 bonds; $1,000 face value; 8% stated rate; 5 years; annual
interest payments
570 bonds; $1,000 face value; 8% stated rate; 5 years;
semiannual interest payments
860 bonds; $1,000 face value; 8% stated rate; 10 years;
semiannual interest payments
1,990 bonds; $500 face value; 12% stated rate; 15 years;
semiannual interest payments
Use the appropriate present value table:
PV of $1 and PV of Annuity of $1
Required:
Assuming the...

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annual interest payments 430 bonds; $1,000 face value; 8% stated
rate; 5 years; semiannual interest payments 810 bonds; $1,000 face
value; 8% stated rate; 10 years; semiannual interest payments 2,110
bonds; $500 face value; 12% stated rate; 15 years; semiannual
interest payments Use the appropriate present value table: PV of $1
and PV of Annuity of $1 Required: Assuming the...

Issue Price
The following terms relate to independent bond issues:
650 bonds; $1,000 face value; 8% stated rate; 5 years; annual
interest payments
650 bonds; $1,000 face value; 8% stated rate; 5 years;
semiannual interest payments
870 bonds; $1,000 face value; 8% stated rate; 10 years;
semiannual interest payments
2,020 bonds; $500 face value; 12% stated rate; 15 years;
semiannual interest payments
Use the appropriate present value table:
PV of $1 and PV of Annuity of $1
Required:
Assuming the...

The following terms relate to independent bond issues:
A: 420 bonds; $1,000 face value; 8% stated rate; 5 years; annual
interest payments
B: 420 bonds; $1,000 face value; 8% stated rate; 5 years;
semiannual interest payments
C: 840 bonds; $1,000 face value; 8% stated rate; 10 years;
semiannual interest payments
D: 1,990 bonds; $500 face value; 12% stated rate; 15 years;
semiannual interest payments
Use the appropriate present value table: PV of $1 and PV of
Annuity of $1 Required:...

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Value = $1,000 Coupon Rate = 4% (stated as an ANNUAL rate)
Semiannual coupon payments Maturity = 5 years YTM = 4.48% (Stated
as an APR) State your answer to the nearest penny (e.g.,
984.25)

What is the price of a
bond with the following features?
Face Value = $1,000
Coupon Rate = 2% (stated as an ANNUAL rate)
Semiannual coupon payments
Maturity = 5 years
YTM = 4.8% (Stated as an APR)
State your answer to
the nearest penny (e.g., 984.25)

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Face Value = $1,000
Coupon Rate = 5% (stated as an ANNUAL rate)
Semiannual coupon
payments
Maturity = 9 years
YTM = 4.17% (Stated as an APR)
State your answer to the nearest penny (e.g., 984.25)

1.
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Face Value = $1,000
Coupon Rate = 7% (stated as an ANNUAL rate)
Semiannual coupon payments
Maturity = 7 years
YTM = 6.34% (Stated as an APR)
State your answer to the nearest penny (e.g., 984.25)
2.
Assume you buy a bond with the following features
Bond maturity = 4
Coupon Rate = 5%
Face Value = $1,000
Annual Coupons
When you buy the bond the market interest rate...

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Value = $1,000 Coupon Rate = 7% (stated as an ANNUAL rate)
Semiannual coupon payments Maturity = 7 years YTM = 4.43% (Stated
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Olympic Corp sold an issue of bonds with a 15-year
maturity, a $1,000 face value, and a 10% coupon rate with interest
being paid semiannually. The market rate of interest when the bonds
were issued was 10%. Two years after the bonds were issued, the
market rate rose to 13%. The most recent common-stock dividend for
Olympic Corp was $3.45 per share. Due to its stable sales and
earnings, the firm’s management predicts dividends will remain at
the current level...

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