FIN3509.Assignment #3.Chapter 1 Questions
MULTIPLE CHOICE AND TRUE/FALSE
1.
The ownership implications associated with personal property are much more
complicated than the legal interests possible for real property. F
2.
An underground water line that cro
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FIN 3508
Assignment #6
Due Thursday April 5, 2012
For problems 1 & 2 below attach your computations, and also fill in results below as well. Do
not make computations on this sheet. See CallableBondHW6.xls for Problem 3. Also
define the terms on pa
Chapter 3 Homework
1. A debt obligation offers the following payments:
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5.
Years From Now
Cash Flow to Investor
1
2000
2
2000
3
2500
4
4000
Suppose that the price of this debt obligation is $7,704. What is the yield or internal
rate of return offe
Chapter 1 Homework
1. What is the cash flow of a 10-year bond that pays coupon interest semiannually, has a
coupon rate of 7%, and has a par value of $100,000?
CF= Value * Rate
CF= $100,000 * (0.07/2) = $3,500
2. What is the cash flow of a 7-year bond tha
Chapter 2 Homework
1. A pension fund manager invests $10 million in a debt obligation that promises to pay
7.3% per year for four years. What is the future value of the $10 million?
Pn=P0 (1+r)n
$10,000,000(1+.073)4 = $13,255,584.66
2. Suppose that a life
Chapter 5
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2. Other factors that affect the spread consisting of issuer, the maturity of the issue and taxability of
interest.
3. A bond with an option can be split to a bond and an option. Its spread for this bond should consider
that an option can imp
Yaodong Sun, Yifei Liu, Ronghui Zhan
Chapter 3
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2. Effective annual yield=(1+0.043)2-1=8.78%
3. The yield to maturity is the interest rate that will satisfy the present value of the cash
flows equal to the initial investment. Blow is the formula for cal
FIN 3509/001/MWF/Assignment #2/Fall 2015
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Name _Yaodong Sun
1. What is a title theory state? Is Pennsylvania a title theory state?
The states have adopted a property-law doctrine that a mortgage transfers title to a property to
the mortgage, who holds it
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Rank the investment options below in order from least risky (#1) to most risky (#10)
$200,000 invested in the Vanguard mutual funds S&P 500 Stock Market Index
1000 shares of Apple common stock at about $118
CHAPTER 1
CONTROL AND OWNERSHIP
INTRODUCTION
The ability to invest and finance real estate depends first upon the ability of the
investor to control the physical asset. This control is dependent upon the type of
ownership rights in the property held by th
FIN 3509/Exam 1Review/Ch1-7/Fall2015
Your grandmother leaves you a five acre parcel of raw land with no improvements, with the
restriction that the property remains undeveloped. If the restriction is violated, the property
will revert to your sister with
Chapter 6 homework
1. Treasury bonds have the longest maturities of all government-issued securities and are
often referred to as long bonds. These issues are offered to investors with either a 20 or
30 year term. Their prices will fluctuate more than T-n
Finance Review Problem Set
Covering Interest Rates, Annuities, Loans and Bonds
Answers on page 3
1.
Which of the following interest earning savings accounts has the HIGHEST Effective Annual Rate (EAR)?
a. one that pays 0.25% interest per month
b. one that
Finance 3508 Quiz 1
1. A government bond has a 5% annual coupon and a three year maturity with annual payments. Draw
a timeline with the appropriate cash flows (Assume face value or par=100).
T=
0
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3
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Cash
Flow
You may also add -Po at T
FIN 3508 Midterm 1 Practice Problem Answers
Problem 1
a. 990.54
b. 82.43
Note: The question asks for the future value of the coupons only and you need to
recognize the payments are semi-annual, earning 4%/2 per half-year.)
c. 4.06%
Note: N=1 in this case
FIN 3508
Present Value, Yield, Price and Duration Formulas
May not be the only formulas needed for solving all test questions
PV = FV/(1+r/m)N*m, N= number of years, m=periods per year
r= (FV/PV)1/N-1 with m=1
(1+rN)N = (1+r1) (1+f2) (1+f3) (1+fN)
1/(1+rN
FIN 3508
Present Value, Yield, Price and Duration Formulas
May not be the only formulas needed for solving all test questions
PV = FV/(1+r/m)N*m, N= number of years, m=periods per year
r= (FV/PV)1/N-1 with m=1
r= 2* [ (FV/PV)1/(2*N)-1 ] semi-annual compou
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FIN 3508 Assignment #1 Due January 24, 2012 This assignment will not be graded but will be recorded as
submitted. Giving a perfect answer is less important than becoming familiar with the terminology and
interest rate levels.
1. a. Give three exam
FIN 3508 Assignment #2
Spring 2012
Answer Sheet
1. The web site: http:/www.treasurydirect.gov/ allows investors to purchase U.S. Treasury
Bill,Notes and Bonds through an auction system. Is this a Primary or Secondary market and
why?
Primary market. The US
FIN 3508 HW Assignment #3
Q1
Spring 2012
Due February 14
99.65 per $100 applied to 100,000 Face value = $ 99,650.00 T-Bill Price
Borrow 95% = $ 94,667.50 (remainder funded by the investor)
At 1.60% / 360 per day interest for 3 days = $ 12.62 interest char
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FIN 3508 HW Assignment #3
Spring 2012
Due February 14
1. Suppose you borrow from a repo dealer for 3 days at a 1.6% annual rate and the amount
borrowed is 95% of the T-Bill that is used for collateral and purchased at the same time as
the borrowin
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FIN 3508 HW Assignment #3c Spring 2012
Due February 21
1. Suppose you borrow from a repo dealer for 7 days at a 1.4% annual rate and the amount borrowed
is 90% of the T-Bill that is used for collateral and purchased at the same time as the borrowi
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FIN 3508 HW Assignment #4
Spring 2012
Due February 23
Attach sheets showing your calculations or EXCEL sheet(s) for Part 1 problems (this page],
putting answers below, and also attach short answers to the Part 2 questions (second page).
1. Compute
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FIN 3508 HW Assignment #5
Spring 2012
Due March 22, 2012
Attach sheets showing your calculations or EXCEL sheet(s).
1. Solve one problem on the midterm in which you did to get the correct answer. You may use EXCEL,
attach your spreadsheet printout
FIN 3508 Assignment #6
Answers
1.
(a) 2-year zero coupon bond that has a maturity value of $1000 924.62
(b) Interest rates of 3.90% & either 4.90% or 2.90% 926.42
2.
(a) Price assuming the probability of default is 10% 1000.42
(b) Yield to maturity: _4.48