m48-ch08 - Chapter 8 Swaps Question 8.1. We frst solve For...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 8 Swaps Question 8.1. We frst solve For the present value oF the cost per two barrels: $22 1 . 06 + $23 ( 1 . 065 ) 2 = 41 . 033 . We then obtain the swap price per barrel by solving: x 1 . 06 + x ( 1 . 065 ) 2 = 41 . 033 x = 22 . 483 , which was to be shown. Question 8.2. a) We frst solve For the present value oF the cost per three barrels, based on the Forward prices: $20 1 . 06 + $21 ( 1 . 065 ) 2 + $22 ( 1 . 07 ) 3 = 55 . 3413 . We then obtain the swap price per barrel by solving: x 1 . 06 + x ( 1 . 065 ) 2 + x ( 1 . 07 ) 3 = 55 . 341 x = 20 . 9519 b) We frst solve For the present value oF the cost per two barrels (year 2 and year 3): $21 ( 1 . 065 ) 2 + $22 ( 1 . 07 ) 3 = 36 . 473 . We then obtain the swap price per barrel by solving: x ( 1 . 065 ) 2 + x ( 1 . 07 ) 3 = 36 . 473 x = 21 . 481 104 Chapter 8 Swaps Question 8.3. Since the dealer is paying fxed and receiving Foating, she generates the cash-Fows depicted in column 2. Suppose that the dealer enters into three short orward positions, one contract or each year o the active swap. Her payos are depicted in columns 3, and the aggregate net cash Fow position is in column 4. Year Net Swap Payment Short orwards Net Position 1 S 1 $20 . 9519 $20 S 1 0.9519 2 S 1 $20 . 9519 $21 S 1 + 0.0481 3 S 1 $20 . 9519 $22 S 1 + 1.0481 We need to discount the net positions to year zero. We have: PV (netCF) = . 9519 1 . 06 + . 0481 ( 1 . 065 ) 2 + 1 . 0481 ( 1 . 07 ) 3 = . Indeed, the present value o the net cash Fow is zero. Question 8.4. The air swap rate was determined to be $20.952. Thereore, compared to the orward curve price o $20 in one year, we are overpaying $0.952. In year two, this overpayment has increased to $0 . 952 1 . 070024 = 1 . 01866, where we used the appropriate orward rate to calculate the interest payment. In year two, we underpay by $0.048, so that our total accumulative underpayment is $0.97066. In year three, this overpayment has increased again to $0 . 97066 1 . 08007 = 1 . 048. However, in year three, we receive a fxed payment o 20.952, which underpays relative to the orward curve price o $22 by $22 $20 . 952 = 1 . 048. Thereore, our cumulative balance is indeed zero, which was to be shown. Question 8.5. Since the dealer is paying fxed and receiving Foating, she generates the cash-Fows depicted in column 2. Suppose that the dealer enters into three short orward positions, one contract or each year o the active swap. Her payos are depicted in columns 3, and the aggregate net position is summarized in column 4....
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Adam during the Spring '06 term at Neumann.

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m48-ch08 - Chapter 8 Swaps Question 8.1. We frst solve For...

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