Question

You are given the following information concerning options on a particular stock: |

Stock price | = | $65 |

Exercise price | = | $60 |

Risk-free rate | = | 4% per year, compounded continuously |

Maturity | = | 3 months |

Standard deviation | = | 42% per year |

a. |
What is the intrinsic value of each option? |

b. |
What is the time value of each option? (Do not round
intermediate calculations and round your answers to 2 decimal
places, e.g., 32.16.) |

Answer #1

You are given the following information concerning options on a
particular stock: Stock price = $63 Exercise price = $60 Risk-free
rate = 6% per year, compounded continuously Maturity = 3 months
Standard deviation = 44% per year What is the intrinsic value of
each option? What is the time value of each option?

You are given the following information concerning the trades
made on a particular stock. Calculate the money flow for the stock
based on these trades. (Leave no cells blank - be certain to enter
"0" wherever required. A negative value should be indicated by a
minus sign. Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your
answers to the nearest whole dollar.) Price Volume $ 70.11 70.12
2,000 70.10 1,500 70.09 1,900 69.10 2,050 70.10 2,800 70.01
3,100

You are given the following information concerning the trades
made on a particular stock. Calculate the money flow for the stock
based on these trades. (Leave no cells blank - be certain
to enter "0" wherever required. A negative value should be
indicated by a minus sign. Do not round intermediate calculations.
Round your answers to the nearest whole dollar.)
Price
Volume
$
70.05
70.06
2,600
70.04
2,100
70.03
2,500
69.04
2,650
70.28
3,400
70.19
3,700

You are given the following information concerning the trades
made on a particular stock. Calculate the money flow for the stock
based on these trades. (Leave no cells blank - be certain
to enter "0" wherever required. A negative value should be
indicated by a minus sign. Do not round intermediate calculations.
Round your answers to the nearest whole dollar.)
Price
Volume
$
70.03
70.06
2,800
70.04
2,300
70.03
2,700
69.04
2,850
70.34
3,600
70.25
3,900
Price
Up/Down
Price Times...

You are given the following information concerning the trades
made on a particular stock. Calculate the money flow for the stock
based on these trades. (Leave no cells blank - be certain
to enter "0" wherever required. A negative value should be
indicated by a minus sign. Do not round intermediate calculations.
Round your answers to the nearest whole dollar.)
Price
Volume
$
70.02
70.05
2,900
70.03
2,400
70.02
2,800
69.03
2,950
70.37
3,700
70.28
4,000
Price
Up/Down
Price Times...

Suppose a share of stock sells for $59. The risk-free rate is 7
percent, and the stock price in one year will be either $65 or $75.
(Leave no cells blank - be certain to enter "0" wherever
required.)
What is the value of a call option with an exercise price of
$65?
Calculate the minimum return on the stock required to get the
option in the money. (Do not round intermediate calculations.
Enter your answer as a percent rounded...

You are given the following information concerning the trades
made on a particular stock. Calculate the money flow for the stock
based on these trades. (Leave no cells blank - be certain
to enter "0" wherever required. Negative amounts should be
indicated by a minus sign. Do not round intermediate calculations.
Round your answers to the nearest whole dollar. Omit the "$" sign
in your response.)
Price
Volume
$
30.31
30.34
3,800
30.32
3,300
30.31
3,700
29.32
3,850
30.39...

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percent, and the stock price in one year will be either $64 or
$74.
a.
What is the value of a call option with an exercise price of
$64? (Leave no cells blank - be certain to enter "0"
wherever required.)
b.
Calculate the minimum return on the stock required to get the
option in the money. (Do not round intermediate
calculations. Enter your answer as...

A stock is currently selling for $81 per share. A call option
with an exercise price of $83 sells for $4.05 and expires in three
months. If the risk-free rate of interest is 3 percent per year,
compounded continuously, what is the price of a put option with the
same exercise price? (Do not round intermediate calculations and
round your answer to 2 decimal places, e.g., 32.16.)
Put price $

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with an exercise price of $79 sells for $3.70 and expires in three
months.
If the risk-free rate of interest is 3.4 percent per year,
compounded continuously, what is the price of a put option with the
same exercise price? (Do not round intermediate
calculations and round your final answer to 2 decimal places.
(e.g., 32.16))
Put price
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