Fin 308 test 1 answer key

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Unformatted text preview: e right. Answer: True Page: 45 Level: Medium 18. The risk that a security cannot be sold at a predictable price with low transaction costs at short notice is called default risk. Answer: False Page: 47 Level: Easy 19. The nominal rate less the DRP is the real rate. Answer: False Page: 48 Level: Medium 20. Default risk premiums on investment grade debt typically increase during economic slowdowns. Answer: True Page: 48-49 Level: Easy 21. Everything else equal, the interest rate on a callable bond will be less than the interest rate on a convertible bond. Answer: False Page: 51-52 Level: Easy 10 Saunders, Financial Markets and Institutions, 2/e Chapter 1 Introduction 22. The term structure of interest rates is the relationship between interest rates on bonds similar in terms except for maturity. Answer: True Page: 52-53 Level: Easy 23. The unbiased expectations hypothesis of the term structure posits that long term interest rates are unrelated to expected future short term rates. Answer: False Page: 54-55 Level: Medium 24. The traditional liquidity premium theory states that long term interest rates are greater than the average of expected future interest rates. Answer: True Page: 56 Level: Medium 25. According to the market segmentation theory short term investors will not normally switch to intermediate or long term investments. Answer: True Page: 57 Level: Easy Multiple Choice Questions 26. An investment pays, $950 in one year, X amount of dollars in two years and $450 in 3 years. The total present value of all the cash flows (including X) is equal to $2000. If it is 9%, what is X? A) $817.16 B) $749.68 C) $780.95 D) $927.86 E) $600.00 Answer: D Page: 34 Level: Difficult Response: X = [2000 ± (950/1.09) ± (450/1.093)]*1.092 Saunders, Financial Markets and Institutions, 2/e 11 27. An annuity and an annuity due that have the same number of payments also have the same present value if r = 10%. Which one has the higher payment? A) The annuity has the higher payment B) The annuity due has the higher payment C) They both must have the same payment since the present values are the same D) There is no way to tell which has the higher payment E) An annuity and an annuity due cannot have the same present value Answer: A Page: 34 Level: Medium 28. A 10 payment annual annuity has its first payment in 6 years. The investment has a current value today of $50,000. What is the payment amount (to the penny) if the interest rate is 12%? A) $15,364.55 B) $8,849.21 C) $14,490.25 D) $17,651.20 E) $15,595.33 Answer: E Page: 32 Level: Difficult Response: 50,000* 1.125 = Pmt v PVIFA(12%,10 yrs) 29. You borrow $95 today for six and a half weeks. You must repay $100 at loan maturity. What is the effective annual rate on this loan? A) 50.73% B) 40.00% C) 32.33% D) 27.95% E) 37.93% Answer: A Page: 34 Level: Difficult Response: (100 / 95)(52 / 6.5) 30. If M > 1 and you solve the following equation to find i: PV * (1 + (i/M))M*N = FV, the i you get will be A) The bond eq...
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