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2802 BA PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE Solutions to Problems of the Recitation Hour on April 10, 2012 1. Coupon Payment = 10000.09 = \$90 very year Remaining time to maturity = 10 years Bond Price = \$1,140.42 a. This is a premium bond. So, YTM&lt;coupon rate. So lets try YTM = 8%. B0 = CPVIFA8%, 10 years + 1000PVIF8%, 10 years = 906.7101 + 10000.4632 = 603.91 + 463.2 = \$1067.10 This is too low compared to the market...

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2802 BA PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE Solutions to Problems of the Recitation Hour on April 10, 2012 1. Coupon Payment = 10000.09 = \$90 very year Remaining time to maturity = 10 years Bond Price = \$1,140.42 a. This is a premium bond. So, YTM<coupon rate. So lets try YTM = 8%. B0 = CPVIFA8%, 10 years + 1000PVIF8%, 10 years = 906.7101 + 10000.4632 = 603.91 + 463.2 = \$1067.10 This is too low compared to the market price. So, lets decrease the YTM = 7%. B0 = CPVIFA7%, 10 years + 1000PVIF7%, 10 years = 907.0236+ 10000.5083 = 632.12 + 508.3 = \$1140.42 Since this is equal to the market price of the bond, YTM = 7%. b. c. Remaining time to maturity = 10 4 = 6 years. YTM = 7% B0 = CPVIFA7%, 6 years + 1000PVIF7%, 6 years = 904.7665 + 10000.6663 = 429 + 666.30 = \$1095.30 d. Remaining time to maturity = 10 8 = 2 years. YTM = 7% B0 = CPVIFA7%, 2 years + 1000PVIF7%, 2 years = 901.8080 + 10000.8734 = 162.72 + 873.4 = \$1036.12 e. 2. Current yield= annual coupon payment/price Current Yield=90/1,140.42=7.89% Price of a premium bond decreases as it has shorter and shorter time left to maturity. On the maturity day, the price of this bond has to be \$1,000. Coupon Payment = 10000.08/2 = \$40 in every six months. Remaining time to maturity = 10 years2 = 20 six month time periods Bond Price = \$875.38 a. This is a discount bond. So, YTM>coupon rate. So lets try YTM = 10%. Six month YTM = 10%/2 = 5% B0 = CPVIFA5%, 20 periods + 1000PVIF5%, 20 periods = 4012.4622 + 10000.3769 = 498.49 + 376.90 = \$875.38 Since this is equal to the market price of the bond, annual YTM = 10%. b. Current yield=80/875.38=9.14% c. Remaining time to maturity = 10 3 = 7 years. Remaining 6 month time intervals to maturity = 72 = 14 periods Annual YTM = 10%, semiannual YTM = 10/2 = 5% B0 = CPVIFA5%, 14 periods + 1000PVIF5%, 14 periods = 409.8986 + 10000.5051 = 395.94 + 505.10 = \$901.05 d. Remaining time to maturity = 10 8.5 = 1.5 years. Remaining 6 month time intervals to maturity = 1.52 = 3 periods Annual YTM = 10%, semiannual YTM = 10/2 = 5% B0 = CPVIFA5%, 3 periods + 1000PVIF5%, 3 periods = 402.7232 + 10000.8638 = 108.93 + 863.80 = \$972.73 e. Price of a discount bond increases as it has shorter and shorter time left to maturity. On the maturity day, the price of this bond has to be \$1,000. . 3. Bond As Coupon Payment = 1,0000.04/2 = \$20/6-months Bond Bs Coupon Payment = 1,0000.12/2 = \$60/6-months Remaining time to maturity = 10 years2 = 20 six month periods a. Semiannual yield to maturity = 0.08/2 = 4% Bond A: B0 = CPVIFA4%, 20 + 1000PVIF4%, 20 = 2013.5903 + 1,0000.4564 = 271.806 + 456.4 = \$728.206 Bond B: B0 = CPVIFA4%, 20 + 1000PVIF4%, 20 = 6013.5903 + 1,0000.4564 = 815.418 + 456.4 = \$1,271.818 b. Semiannual yield to maturity = (0.08+0.02)/2 = 5% Bond A: B0 = CPVIFA5%, 20 + 1000PVIF5%, 20 = 2012.4622 + 1,0000.3769 = 249.244 + 376.9 = \$626.144 Percentage change in price = (626.144 728.206)/728.206 = -14.02% Bond B: B0 = CPVIFA5%, 20 + 1000PVIF5%, 20 = 6012.4622 + 1,0000.3769 = 747.732 + 376.9 = \$1,124.632 Percentage change in price = (1,124.623 1,271.818)/1,271.818 = -11.57% c. Semiannual yield to maturity = (0.08-0.02)/2 = 3% Bond A: B0 = CPVIFA3%, 20 + 1000PVIF3%, 20 = 2014.8775 + 1,0000.5537 = 297.55 + 553.7 = \$851.25 Percentage change in price = (851.25 728.206)/728.206 = 16.90% Bond B: B0 = CPVIFA3%, 20 + 1000PVIF3%, 20 = 6014.8775 + 1,0000.5537 = 892.65 + 553.7 = \$1,446.35 Percentage change in price = (1,446.35 1,271.818)/1,271.818 = 13.72% d. Lets take a look at changes in prices of these bonds for the same amount of change in their yield to maturity: Yield to Maturity Bond A Bond B 6% -14.02% -11.57% 10% 16.90% 13.72% Price of Bond A changes by a larger percent when its yield to maturity changes. Therefore, Bond A which has lower coupon rate than Bond B, has higher interest rate risk. Notice that prices of both bond A and B change by a larger percent when the yield to maturity decreases by 2% than when yield to maturity increases by 2%. This is due to the convexity of bond prices. 4. Coupon Payment = 1,0000.09/2 = \$45/6-months a. Semiannual yield to maturity = 0.08/2 = 4% Bond A: Remaining time to = maturity 2 years 2 = 4 six month periods B0 = CPVIFA4%, 4 + 1000PVIF4%, 4 = 453.6299 + 1,0000.8548 = 163.35 + 854.8 = \$1,018.15 Bond B: Remaining time to maturity = 15 years 2 = 30 six month periods B0 = CPVIFA4%, 30 + 1000PVIF4%, 30 = 4517.292 + 1,0000.3083 = 778.14 + 308.3 = \$1,086.44 b. Semiannual yield to maturity = (0.08+0.02)/2 = 5% Bond A: Remaining time to maturity = 2 years 2 = 4 six month periods B0 = CPVIFA5%, 4 + 1000PVIF5%, 4 = 453.546 + 1,0000.8227 = 159.57 + 822.7 = \$982.27 Percentage change in price = (982.27 1,018.15)/1,018.15 = -3.52% Bond B: Remaining time to maturity = 15 years 2 = 30 six month periods B0 = CPVIFA5%, 30 + 1000PVIF5%, 30 = 4515.3725 + 1,0000.2314 = 691.7625 + 231.4 = \$923.1625 Percentage change in price = (923.1625 1,086.44)/1,086.44 = -15.03% c. Semiannual yield to maturity = (0.08-0.02)/2 = 3% Bond A: Remaining time to maturity = 2 years 2 = 4 six month periods B0 = CPVIFA3%, 4 + 1000PVIF3%, 4 = 453.7171 + 1,0000.8885 = 167.27 + 888.5 = \$1,055.77 Percentage change in price = (1,055.7 1,018.15)/1,018.15 = 3.69% Bond B: Remaining time to maturity = 15 years 2 = 30 six month periods B0 = CPVIFA3%, 30 + 1000PVIF3%, 30 = 4519.6004 + 1,0000.412 = 882.02 + 412 = \$1,294.02 Percentage change in price = (1,294.02 1,086.44)/1,086.44 = 19.11% Notice that prices of both bond A and B change by a larger percent when the yield to maturity decreases by 2% than when yield to maturity increases by 2%. This is due to the convexity of bond prices. d. 5. Lets take a look at changes in prices of these bonds for the same amount of change in their yield to maturity: Yield to Maturity Bond A Bond B 6% -3.52% -15.03% 10% 3.69% 19.11% Price of Bond B changes by a larger percent when its yield to maturity changes. Therefore, Bond B which has longer time to maturity coupon rate than Bond A, has higher interest rate risk. | g1=0% | g2=5% |--------|--------|---------|--------|--------|--------| D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 | r=10% D0 = \$1.25 = D1 = D2 = D3 Constant growth period starts at the end of year 3 and the first dividend of this constant growth period will be collected in year 4. D4 = D3(1+g) = 1.25 (1+0.05) = \$1.3125 P3 = D4/(r g) = 1.3125/(0.10 0.05) = \$26.25 1.25 1.25 1.25 26.25 P0 1.14 1.03 20.66 \$22.83 1.10 1.10 2 1.10 3 6. | g1=30% | g2=15% | g3=6% |----------|----------|----------|----------|----------|----------|---------|-----------|----------|----------|-------D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 r=12% a. D4 = \$1.5 D5 = D4(1+g1) = 1.5(1+0.30) = \$1.95 D6 = D5(1+g1) = 1.95(1+0.30) = \$2.535 D7 = D6(1+g2) = 2.535(1+0.15) = \$2.915 D8 = D7(1+g2) = 2.915 (1+0.15) = \$3.352 Constant growth period starts at the end of year 8 and the first dividend of this constant growth period will be collected in year 9. D9 = D8(1+g3) = 3.352 (1+0.06) = \$3.553 P8 = D9/(r g3) = 3.553/(0.12 0.06) = \$59.217 1.5 1.95 2.535 2.915 3.352 59.217 P0 0.95 1.11 1.28 1.32 25.27 \$29.93 4 1.12 1.12 5 1.12 6 1.12 7 1.12 8 b. 7. D4 = \$1.5 D5 = D4(1+g1) = 1.5(1+0.30) = \$1.95 D6 = D5(1+g1) = 1.95(1+0.30) = \$2.535 D7 = D6(1+g2) = 2.535(1+0.15) = \$2.915 D8 = D7(1+g2) = 2.915 (1+0.15) = \$3.352 Constant growth period starts at the end of year 8 and the first dividend of this constant growth period will be collected in year 9. D9 = D8(1+g3) = 3.352 (1+0.06) = \$3.553 P8 = D9/(r g3) = 3.553/(0.12 0.06) = \$59.217 2.535 2.915 3.352 59.217 P5 2.263 2.323 44.535 \$49.121 1.121 1.12 2 1.12 3 | r1=15% | r2=12% |--------|--------|---------|--------|--------|--------| D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 | g=X% a. The question asks us to solve for the sustainable growth rate. b. Growth rate is constant throughout the whole time period but the required rate of return is not. Everything stabilizes after year 3. To calculate the price of the security using constant growth model, we need to know the dividends at the end of year 4. D0 = \$1.5 D1 = D0(1+g) = 1.5(1+0.05) = \$1.575 D2 = D1(1+g) = 1.575(1+0.05) = \$1.65 D3 = D2(1+g) = 1.65(1+0.05) = \$1.7325 D4 = D3(1+g) = 1.7325(1+0.05) = \$1.82 P3 = D4/(r2 g) = 1.82/(0.12 0.05) = \$26 1.575 1.65 1.7325 26 P0 1.37 1.25 18.23 \$20.85 1.15 1.15 2 1.15 3
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