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# A \$1,000 par-value bond with 5 years of maturity pays a 5% coupon rate, paid annually....

A \$1,000 par-value bond with 5 years of maturity pays a 5% coupon rate, paid annually. What is the value of the bond if your required rate of return is 5%?

2. A \$1,000 par-value bond with 5 years of maturity pays a 5% coupon rate, paid semi-annually. What is the value of the bond if your required rate of return is 5%?

3.  A \$1,000 par-value bond with 5 years of maturity pays a 5% coupon rate, paid semi-annually. What is the value of the bond if your required rate of return is 7%?

4.   A \$1,000 par-value bond with 5 years of maturity pays a 5% coupon rate, paid semi-annually. What is the value of the bond if your required rate of return is 3%?

Value of Bond is calculated as follows,

Value of Bond =(C*((1-(1+r)-n)/r))+(F/(1+r)n)

Where,

C means Coupon payments

r means TYM

n means no. of years till maturity

F means Face value

1. Value Value of Bond =(C*((1-(1+r)-n)/r))+(F/(1+r)n)

Value of Bond =((1000*0.05)*((1-(1+0.05)-5)/0.05))+(1000/(1+0.05)5)

Value of Bond =1000

2. Value Value of Bond =(C*((1-(1+r)-n)/r))+(F/(1+r)n)

Value of Bond =((1000*(0.05/2))*((1-(1+(0.05/2))(-5*2))/(0.05/2)))+(1000/(1+(0.05/2))(5*2))

Value of Bond =1000

3. Value Value of Bond =(C*((1-(1+r)-n)/r))+(F/(1+r)n)

Value of Bond =((1000*(0.05/2))*((1-(1+(0.07/2))(-5*2))/(0.07/2)))+(1000/(1+(0.07/2))(5*2))

Value of Bond =916.83

4. Value Value of Bond =(C*((1-(1+r)-n)/r))+(F/(1+r)n)

Value of Bond =((1000*(0.05/2))*((1-(1+(0.03/2))(-5*2))/(0.03/2)))+(1000/(1+(0.03/2))(5*2))

Value of Bond =1092.22