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A bond with a face value of $ 1,000 and a quarterly coupon of 14%, matures in 10 years. If your required rate of return is 12%, how much would you be willing to pay for the bonus today?

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A bond with a $1,000 face value and a 15 percent annual coupon
rate matures in 30 years.
a. Determine the value of the bond to a friend of yours with a
required rate of return of 11%.
b. A zero coupon bond with similar risk is selling for $550. The
bond has a face value of $1,000 and matures in 30 years. Your
friend asks you which bond she should invest in, the zero coupon
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Bond Valuation
All bonds have a $1,000 face or par
value unless otherwise stated. kc is the coupon
rate and kdis the market cost of debt.
A $1,000 par value bond pays interest
of $35 each quarter and will mature in 10 years. If your nominal
annual required rate of return is 12 percent with quarterly
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A
bond with a $1,000 face value and a 9 percent annual coupon pays
interest annually. The bond matures in 12 years.
A. Determine the value of the bond to a friend of yours with a
required rate of return of 11%?
B. A zero-coupon bond with similar risk is selling for $300.
The bond has a face value of $1,000 and matures in 12 years. Your
friend asks you which bond she should invest in, the zero coupon
bond...

Sampson food company has a 14% annual coupon interest rate on a
$1,000 par value bond with 15 years left to maturity. Bonds of same
maturity now sell to yield 12% return.
(a) How much would you be willing to pay for one of these bonds
today?
Why?
(b) If the bond is selling for $ 1,150 what is the yield to
maturity?
(c) Will you buy this bond? Explain in detail what key factors
you will consider in making...

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value of $1,000, matures in 5 years, and has a yield to maturity of
6.5%. If the coupon rate is 3.5%, the intrinsic value of the bond
today will be
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rate for the bond is 5% with a face value of 1000. you sold the
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1. A 9% semiannual coupon bond matures in 6 years. The bond has
a face value of $1,000 and a current yield of 8.7482%. What are the
bond's price and YTM? (Hint: Refer to Footnote 6 for the definition
of the current yield and to Table 7.1) Do not round intermediate
calculations. Round your answer for the bond's price to the nearest
cent and for YTM to two decimal places.
Bond's price:
YTM:
2.
Harrimon Industries bonds have 4 years...

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coupon rate of this bond is 12%. If your nominal annual required
rate of return (nominal market interest) is 10 percent and the bond
pays coupon semiannually, how much should you be willing to pay for
this bond at the end of the second year? (Answer is rounded)

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bond matures in 18 years. The current YTM on the bond is 3.2%. If
you were to buy this bond and hold it for 6 years, how much would
the price change while you hold it? Assume the bond's YTM remains
the same. Answer in dollars and round to the nearest cent. [Hint:
1) If the price drops, the change is a negative number. 2) Compute...

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you were to buy this bond and hold it for 7 years, how much would
the price change while you hold it? Assume the bond's YTM remains
the same. Answer in dollars and round to the nearest cent. [Hint:
1) If the price drops, the change is a negative number. 2) Compute...

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bond matures in 18 years. The current YTM on the bond is 3.2%. If
you were to buy this bond and hold it for 6 years, how much would
the price change while you hold it? Assume the bond's YTM remains
the same. Answer in dollars and round to the nearest cent. [Hint:
1) If the price drops, the change is a negative number. 2) Compute...

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