Basic Financial Mathematics


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1 Financial Engineeing and Computations Basic Financial Mathematics Dai, TianShy
2 Outline Time Value of Money Annuities Amotization Yields Bonds
3 Time Value of Money PV + n = FV (1 + FV: futue value = PV ( + n PV: pesent value : inteest tate FV 1 n: peiod tems
4 Quotes on Inteest Rates is assumed to be constant in this lectue. Annualized ate.
5 Time Value of Money Peiodic compounding (If inteest is compounded m times pe annum nm FV = PV 1 + m Continuous compounding (3.1 FV = PVe n m 1 1 n lim(1 + = e lim(1 + = lim(1 + = e t t m m m m/ t nm n Simple compounding
6 Common Compounding Methods Annual compounding: m = 1. Semiannual compounding: m = 2. Quately compounding: m = 4. Monthly compounding: m = 12. Weekly compounding: m = 52. Daily compounding: m = 365
7 Two widely used yields Bond equivalent yield (BEY Annualize yield with semiannual compounding Motgage equivalent yield (MEY Annualize yield with monthly compounding
8 Equivalent Rate pe Annum Annual linteest ate is 10% compounded d twice pe annum. Each dolla will gow to be one yea fom now. ( 1 + (0.1/ 2 2 = The ate is equivalent to an inteest ate of 10.25% compounded d once pe annum.
9 Convesion between compounding Methods Suppose 1 is the annual ate with continuous compounding. Suppose 2 is the equivalent compounded m times pe annum m Then 1 Theefoe 1 m = e + 1 = ln 1 2 = m m 2 m e 1 m
10 Ae They Really Equivalent? Recall 1 and 2 on the pevious example. They ae based on diffeent cash flow. In what sense ae they equivalent?
11 Annuities Odinay annuity Annuity due Pepetual annuity
12 Odinay annuity An annuity pays out the same C dollas at the end of each yea fo n yeas. With a ate of, the FV at the end of nth yea is n 1 n i (1 1 C (1 + = C + (3.4 i= 0 c c n
13 Geneal annuity If m payments of C dollas each ae eceived pe yea (the geneal annuity, then Eq.(3.4 becomes ( 1 + n m m 1 C m The PV of a geneal annuity is ( 1+ nm i 1 m C 1 + = C i= 1 m m n m (3.6
14 Annuity due Fo the annuity due, cash flow ae eceived at the beginning i of each yea. The FV is n i= 1 C (1 + i (1 + = C n 1 (1 + (35 (3.5 If m payments of C dollas each ae eceived pe yea (the geneal annuity, then Eq.(3.5 becomes C c (1 + m m n m 1 (1 + m n
15 Fomula Odinay annuity PV: 1 (1 + C n Geneal annuity 1 (1 + C m m n m FV: C n ( C nm ( 1+ m m 1 Annuity due 1 (1 + n PV: C (1 + 1 (1 + C m m n m 1 + m (1 + n 1 FV: C (1 + nm (1 + m 1 C 1 + m m
16 Pepetual annuity An annuity that lasts foeve is called a pepetual annuity. We can dive its PV fom Eq.(3.6 by letting n go to infinity: i nm i ( nm m PV = lim C 1+ = lim C = n n i 1 m = This fomula is useful fo valuing pepetual fix coupon debts. m mc
17 Example: The Golden Model Detemine the intinsic value of a stock. Let the dividend id d gows at a constant t ate Stock pice= Pesent value of the infinite seies of futue dividends. D D(1+g D PV (All ft futue dividends id d = ; g g > Whee D: Expected dividend pe shae one yea fom now. : Requied ate of etun fo equity investo. g: Gowth ate in dividends id d (in pepetuity.
18 In Class Execise: Show that D PV (All futue dividends = ; > g g
19 Pesent value Computed by Excel PV(ate, npe, pmt, fv, type Rate: 各 期 的 利 率 Npe: 年 金 的 總 付 款 期 數 Pmt : 各 期 所 應 給 付 ( 或 所 能 取 得 的 固 定 金 額 Fv : 最 後 一 次 付 款 完 成 後, 所 能 獲 得 的 現 金 餘 額 Type 0=> 期 末 支 付 1=> 期 初 支 付
20 Computed by Excel Futue value FV (ate, npe, pmt, pv, type Rate: 各 期 的 利 率 Npe: 年 金 的 總 付 款 期 數 Pmt : 指 分 期 付 款 Pv : 指 現 值 或 一 系 列 未 來 付 款 的 目 前 總 額 Type 0=> 期 末 支 付 1=> 期 初 支 付
21 Example The PV of an annuity of $100 pe annum fo 5 yeas at an annual inteest ate of 6.25%
22 In Class Execise In above example, please use Excel to compute the FV of an annuity of $100 pe annum fo 5 yeas at an annual inteest ate of 6.25%. Veify this esult equal to the futue value of the PV of $
23 Amotization It is a method of epaying a loan though hegula payment of inteest and pincipal. The size of the loan (the oiginal balance is educed by the pincipal pat of each payment. The inteest pat of each payment pays the inteest incued on the emaining i pincipal i lbalance. As the pincipal gets paid down ove the tem of the loan, the inteest pat of the payment diminishes. See next example!
24 Example: Home motgages Conside a 15yea, $250,000 loan at 8.0% inteest ate, epay pythe inteest 12 pe month. Because PV = 250,000, n = 15, m= 12, and = 0.08 we can get a monthly payment C is $2, C C C $ = (1 + (1 + ( i 1 ( = 1 12 C + = C C i= /12 =
25 (0.08/12 PaymentInteest We compute it in last page
26 Calculating the Remaining i Pincipal i Right afte the kth payment, the emaining pincipal is the PV of the futue nmk cash flows, C(1 + m 1 + C(1 + m C(1 + m ( nm k = 1 (1 + C m m nm+ k Time K nmk Cash flow C C C
27 Yields The tem yield denotes the etun of investment. It has many vaiants. (1 Nominal yield (coupon ate of the bond (2 Cuent yield (3 Discount yield (4 CDequivalent yield
28 Discount Yield U.S Teasuy bills is said to be issue on a discount basis and is called a discount secuity. When the discount yield is calculated fo shottem secuities, a yea is assumed to have 360 days. The discount yield (discount ate is defined as Inteest pa value puchase pice 360 days pa value numbe of days to matuity (3.9 Inteest ate Annualize
29 CDequivalent yield It also called the moneymaketequivalent yield. It is a simple annualized inteest ate defined as pa value puchase pice 365 days puchase pice numbe of days to matuity (3.10
30 Example 3.4.1: 341 Discount yield If an investo buys a U.S.$10,000, 6month Tbill fo US$9521 U.S.$ with 182 days emaining to matuity Discount yield= ild =
31 Intenal Rate of Retun (IRR It is the inteest ate which hequates an investment s PV with its pice X. X = C 1 (1 + IRR 1 + C 2 (1 + IRR C n (1 + IRR IRR assumes all cash flows ae einvested at the same ate as the intenal ate of etun. It doesn t conside the einvestment isk. 2 IRR is discount ate fo evey ypeiod n X C 1 C 2 C 3 Cn
32 Evaluating eal investment with IRR Multiple IRR aise when thee is moe than one sign evesal in the cash flow patten, and it is also possible to have no IRR. Evaluating eal investment, IRR ule beaks down when thee ae multiple IRR o no IRR. Additional poblems exist when the tem stuctue of inteest ates is not flat. thee is ambiguity about what the appopiate hudle ate (cost of capital should be.
33 Class Execise Assume that a poject has cash flow as follow espectively, and initial cost is $1000 at date 0,,please calculate the IRR. If cost of capital is 10%, do you think it is a good poject? CF at date IRR ?
34 Class Execise (Excel Multiple IRR
35 Holding Peiod Retun c Reinvest: e P n The FV of investment in n peiod is FV = P ( 1+ y Let the einvestment ates e, the FV of pe cash income is n 1 n 2 C (1 + e + C (1 + e C (1 + e + C Value is given We define HPR (y is n P(1 + y n = C (1 + e n 1 + C (1 + e n C (1 + e + C
36 Methodology fo the HPR(y Calculate the FV and then find the yield that equates it with the P Suppose the einvestment ates has been detemined to be e. Step Peiodic compounding Continuous compounding (1Calculate the futue value (2Find the HPR FV = n t= 1 C (1 + e n t FV = C n e ( e 1 e e 1 y 1 y = ln( = n P FV 1 n P FV
37 Example 3.4.5:HPR A financial instument pomises to pay $1,000 fo the next 3 yeas and sell fo $2,500. If each cash can be put into a bank account that pays an effective ate of 5%. 3 The FV is 1000 ( t= 1 3 t = The HPR is 2500(1 + HPR 3 = HPR = /3 1 =
38 Numeical Methods fo Yield Solve f ( = n t= 1 Ct (1 + t x = 0, fo 1, x is maket pice Recall X = C C 1 1 Let f ( (1 + IRR (1 + IRR = C ( C C 1 n n +... C (1 + IRR (1 + IRR n n (1 + n n X = X 0 The function f( is monotonic in, if C t > 0 fo all t, f(, t, hence a unique solution exists.
39 The Bisection Method Stat with a and b whee a < b and f(a f(b < 0. Then f( must tbe zeo fo some (a, b. If we evaluate f at the midpoint c (a + b / 2 (1 f(a f(c < 0 a<<c (2 f(c f(b < 0 c<<b Afte n steps we will have confined within a Afte n steps, we will have confined within a backet of length (b a / 2 n.
40 Bisection Method Lt Let f ( = C (1 + Solve f(=0 nc  x f( 1 + C ( C (1 + f(a>0,f(b<0 => a<<b Let c=(a+b/2 f(a>0 f(c<0 => a<<c n n X a IRR c b
41 C++: 使 用 while 建 構 二 分 法 float Low=0, High=1; 輸 入 每 期 報 酬 c, 期 數 n, 期 初 投 入 x 令 Middle =(High+Low/2; 找 出 R 落 在 (Low, Middle 或 (Middle,High while(highlow>= false tue 程 式 碼 : float c,x,discount; float Low=0, High=1; int n; scanf("%f",&c; scanf("%f",&x; scanf("%d",&n; while(highlow>= { } pintf("yield ate=%f",high;
42 用 Bisection method 縮 小 根 的 範 圍 已 知 f ( = c (1 + f(<0 >R f(>0 <R 1 + c (1 + 令 Middle=(High+Low/2 將 根 的 範 圍 從 (Low,High 縮 減 到 (Low,Middle (Middle,High c (1 + + c ( c (1 + 用 計 算 債 券 的 公 式 計 算 n } 縮 小 根 的 範 圍 c (1 + n float Middle=(Low+High/2; float Value=0; fo(int i=1;i<=n;i=i+1 { Discount=1; fo(int j=1;j<=i;j++ { x Discount=Discount/(1+Middle } Value=Value+Discount*c; } Value=Valuex; if(value>0 { Low=Middle;} else {High=Middle;}
43 計 算 計 算 IRR ( 完 整 程 式 碼 用 while 控 制 根 的 範 圍 1 2 c (1 + + c ( c (1 + 計 算 (1+ i 縮 小 根 的 範 圍 n float c,x,discount; float Low=0 0, High=1; int n; scanf("%f",&c; scanf("%f",&x; scanf("%d",&n; while(highlow>= { float Middle=(Low+High/2; float Value=0; fo(int i=1;i<=n;i=i+1 { Discount=1; fo(int j=1;j<=i;j++ { Discount=Discount/(1+Middle; Discount/(1+Middle; } Value=Value+Discount*c; } Vl Value=Valuex; Vl if(value>0 { Low=Middle;} else {High=Middle;} } pintf("yield ate=%f",high;
44 第 三 章 第 十 題 Homewok
45 The NewtonRaphson Method Conveges faste than the bisection method. Stat with a fist appoximation X 0 to a oot of f(x = 0. Then f( xk x k 1 x + k (3.15 f ( x k When computing yields, f ( x = t C n t t+ 1 t= 1 (1 + x Recall the bisection method, the X hee is (yield in the bisection method!
46 Figue3.5: NewtonRaphson method f(x k θ f( Xk f ( Xk = tanθ = X X X X = X k+ 1 X k+ 1 = k k k + 1 f( Xk f ( X k f( X f k ( X If f(x k+1 =0, we can obtain X k+1 is yield k k
47 Computed by Excel Yield 的 計 算 RATE( npe, pmt,,p pv, fv, type Npe: 年 金 的 總 付 款 期 數 Pmt : 各 期 所 應 給 付 ( 或 所 能 取 得 的 固 定 金 額 Pv : 期 初 付 款 金 額 Fv : 最 後 一 次 付 款 完 成 後, 所 獲 得 的 現 金 餘 額 ( 年 金 終 值 Type 0=> 期 末 支 付 1=> 期 初 支 付
48 Example YTM=2.83% 83%*2=5.66%
49 Bond A bond is a contact between the issue (boowe and the bondholde (lende. Bonds usually efe to longtem debts. Callable bond, convetible bond. Pue discount bonds vs. levelcoupon bond
50 ZeoCoupon Bonds (Pue Discount Bonds The pice of a zeocoupon bond that pays F dollas in n peiods is F P = ( 1+ whee is the inteest ate pe peiod No coupon is paid befoe bond matue. n Can meet futue obligations without einvestment isk. F (pa value P n peiods
51 LevelCoupon Bonds It pays inteest based on coupon ate and the pa value, which is paid at matuity. F denotes the pa value and C denotes the coupon. P = C ( C ( C (1 + n + F (1 + n
52 Picing of LevelCoupon Bonds P = = whee C (1 + nm i m + C C (1 + m F C (1 + 1 (1 + = C + F (1 + + nm m + i nm = 1 (1 + m (1 + m m (1 + n: time to matuity (in yeas m : numbe of payments pe yea. : annual ate compounded m times pe annum. C = Fc/m whee c is the annual coupon ate. m nm m nm F m nm (3.18 C C C C Pay m times F P Yea 1 Yea 2
53 Yield To Matuity The YTM of a levelcoupon l bond dis its IRR when the bond is held to matuity. Fo a 15% BEY, a 10yea bond with a coupon ate of 10% paid semiannually sells fo P = (1 + 0 (1 + (1 + 2 ( 1+ (0.15 / / = ( 1+ (0.15/ 2 =
54 Yield To Call Fo a callable bond, the yield to states matuity measues es its yield to matuity ty as if wee e not callable. ab The yield to call is the yield to matuity satisfied by Eq(3.18, when n denoting the numbe of emaining coupon payments until the fist call date and F eplaced with call pice. C C F(call pice Pa value P A Company call the bonds Matuity
55 Homewok A company issues a 10yea bond with a coupon ate of 10%, paid semiannually. The bond is called at pa afte 5 yeas. Find the pice that guaantees a etun of 12% compounded semiannually fo the investo. (You ae able to use Excel to un it.
56 Pice Behavios Bond pice falls as the inteest t ate inceases, and vice vesa. A levelcoupon bond sells at a pemium (above its pa value when its coupon ate is above the maket inteest ate. at pa (at its pa value when its coupon ate is equal to the maket inteest ate. at a discount (below its pa value when its coupon ate is below the maket inteest ate.
57 Figue 3.8: Pice/yield elations Pemium bond Pa bond Discount bond
58 Figue 3.9: Pice vs. yield. Plotted is a bond that pays 8% inteest on a pa value of $1,000,compounding annually. The tem is 10 yeas.
59 Day Count Conventions: Actual/Actual The fist actual efes to the actual numbe of days in a month. The second efes to the actual numbe of days in a yea. Example: Fo couponbeaing Teasuy secuities, the numbe of days between June 17, 1992, and Octobe 1, 1992, is days (June, 31 days (July, 31 days (August, 30 days (Septembe, and 1 day (Octobe.
60 Day Count Conventions:30/360 Each month has 30 days and each yea 360 days. The numbe of days between June 17, 1992, and Octobe 1, 1992, is days (June, 30 days (July, 30 days (August, 30 days (Septembe, and 1 day (Octobe. In geneal, the numbe of days fom date1 to date2 is 360 (y2 y (m2 m1 + (d2 d1 (y y ( ( Whee Date1 (y1,m1, d1 Date (y2,m2, d2
61 Bond pice between two coupon date (FllPi (Full Pice, Dity Pice Pi In eality, the settlement date may fall on any day between two coupon payment dates. C C 100 w 1 2 n Settlement date Numbe of days to the next payment date w = Numbe of days in the coupon peiod Dity Pice= C (1 + ω + C (1 + ω C ( 1+ ω n (1 + ω n + 1
62 Accued Inteest The oiginal bond holde has to shae accued inteest in 1ω ω peiod  Accued inteest is C ( 1 ω The quoted pice in the U.S./U.K. does not include the accued inteest; it is called the clean pice. Dity pice= Clean pice+ Accued inteest
63 Example Conside a bond with a 10% coupon ate, pa value$100 and paying inteest semiannually, with clean pice The matuity date is Mach 1, 1995, and the settlement date is July 1, The yield to matuity is 3%.
64 Example: solutions Thee ae 60 days between July 1, 1993, and the next coupon date, Septembe 1, The ω= 60/180, C=5,and accued inteest is 5 (1(60/180 = Dity pice= clean pice = days settle
65 Execise Befoe: A bond selling at pa if the yield to matuity equals the coupon ate. (But it assumed that the settlement date is on a coupon payment tdate. Now suppose the settlement date fo a bond selling at pa (i.e., the quoted pice is equal to the pa value falls between two coupon payment dates. Then its yield to matuity is less than the coupon ate. The shot eason: Exponential gowth is eplaced by linea gowth, hence ovepaying the coupon.
66 C++: fo 控 制 結 構 透 過 fo 的 結 構, 程 式 的 片 段 可 重 複 執 行 固 定 次 數 fo(int j=1;j<5;j=j+1 { j=1; pintf(" %dth Execution\n",j; } 檢 視 :Bond Value poject 當 區 塊 中 只 有 一 行 敘 述 時, 左 右 括 弧 可 省 略 tue j<5 pintf(" %dth Execution\n",j; j=j+1; Exit false
67 C++: 計 算 債 券 價 格 考 慮 債 券 價 格 的 計 算 假 定 單 期 利 率 為 每 一 期 支 付 coupon c, 共 付 n 期 到 期 日 還 本 100 元 100 c n 債 券 價 格 P = c ( c ( c (1 + n (1 + n
68 i=1 程 式 想 法 i<=n false 列 印 價 格 tue 計 算 第 i 期 payoff 的 現 值 value=value+ value+ 第 i 期 的 現 值 i=i+1 int n; float c,, Value=0,Discount; scanf("%d",&n; scanf("%f",&c; scanf("%f",&; fo(int i=1;i<=n;i=i+1 { } pintf("bondvalue=%f",value;
69 計 算 第 i 次 payoff 的 現 值 i<n 現 值 = i=n 現 值 = 用 fo 計 算 (1 + i c ( 1+ n ( c (1+ 計 算 i (1+ i 考 慮 最 後 一 期 本 金 折 現 計 算 第 i 次 payoff 的 現 值 Discount=1; fo(int j=1;j<=i;j++ { Discount=Discount/(1+; } Value=Value+Discount*c; if(i==n { Value=Value+Discount*100; }
70 完 整 程 式 碼 ( 包 含 巢 狀 結 構 #include <stdio.h> void main( { int n; float c,, Value=0,Discount; scanf("%d",&n; scanf("%f",&c; scanf("%f",&; fo(int i=1;i<=n;i=i+1 { Discount=1; fo(int j=1;j<=i;j++ { Discount=Discount/(1+; } Value=Value+Discount*c; if(i==n { Value=Value+Discount*100; } } pintf("bondvalue=%f",value; } 第 i 次 payoff 的 現 值 Value 為 前 i 次 payoff 現 值
71 Homewok Pogam execise: Calculate the dity and the clean pice fo a bond unde actual/actual and 30/360 day count convesion. Input: Bond matuity date, settlement date, bond yield, and the coupon ate. The bond is assumed to pay coupons semiannually.
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