Fixed Income: Practice Problems with Solutions


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1 Fixed Income: Practice Problems with Solutions Directions: Unless otherwise stated, assume semiannual payment on bonds.. A 6.0 percent bond matures in exactly 8 years and has a par value of 000 dollars. The bond sells for 338. dollars. What is the semiannual coupon payment? a b c d e a. semiannual coupon: C A 9.0 percent bond matures in exactly 5 years and has a par value of 7000 dollars. The bond sells for 673. dollars. What is the current yield? a. 9.0 b c d e a. current yield: CY A 9. 5 percent bond matures in exactly 6 years and has a par value of 0000 dollars. The bond sells for 40.0 dollars. What is the yield to maturity? a b. 4.0 c d e. 5.0 a. calculator inputs: N 3;PV 40.0;PMT ;FV 0000 b. cpt I/Y. 75 c. so y 5. 5
2 4. A 4. 5 percent bond with a par value of 000 dollars matures in 7 years, 70 days. The next coupon is paid in 70 days. What is the accrued interest? Assume 83 days between coupon payment dates. a b c d e a. days since last coupon b. halfyear since last coupon c. so accrued interest A 7. 5 percent bond with a par value of 000 dollars matures in 5 years, 0 days. The next coupon is paid in 0 days. The yield is 4. 5 percent. What is the dirty price? Assume 83 days between coupon payment dates. a. 36. b c d e a. solve for value of bond V w at first coupon payment date:w 0 days half years b. calculator inputs: N 30;I/Y ;PMT ;FV 000 c. cpt PV d. so V A 9.0 percent bond with a par value of 000 dollars matures in 9 years, 9 days. The next coupon is paid in 9 days. The bond sells for 378. dollars. What is the clean price? Assume 83 days between coupon payment dates. a b c d e a. days since last coupon
3 b. halfyear since last coupon c. so accrued interest d. then clean price is given by: CP A zerocoupon bond with a par value of 000 dollars matures in 0 years, 59 days. If the bond yields 4. 5 percent, what is the clean price? Assume 83 days in a halfyear. a b c d e a. time to maturity b. clean (or dirty) price A zerocoupon bond with a par value of 000 dollars matures in 0 years, 56 days. If the bond sells for , what is yield to maturity? Assume 83 days in a halfyear. a. 7.0 b. 8.0 c d e. 9.0 a. time to maturity:t b. yieldtomaturity The yields on a six month and one year zerocoupon bonds are 4.0 and 9.0 percent, respectively. A dealer holds in inventory a 5.0 percent treasury note with a par value of 000 dollars and maturity of one year. What is the minimum price the dealer should ask for the bond? a b c d e a. minimum price is the cost of constructing cash flow pattern using zerocoupon bonds: 5.0d 05.0d
4 b. so: P A 7. 5 percent par treasury bond matures in exactly 3 years. A 5.0 percent par municipal bond matures in exactly 3 years. Suppose both bonds have the same default risk. At what marginal tax rate would the two bonds have the same aftertax yield? a b c d e a. since both bonds are selling at par: y treasury 7. 5 and y muni 5.0 b. therefore: c. which implies: d. so: A 0.0 percent par municipal bond matures in exactly 3 years. For an investor at the 9.0 percent marginal tax rate, what is the taxableequivalent yield? a. 7. b c d e a. since the muni is selling at par: y muni 0.0 b. therefore: TEY y muni A 3.0 percent TIP bond matures in exactly 4 years. Six months ago the par value was 0800 dollars. The annualized CPI (inflation rate) over the last six months equals Assuming a coupon is paid today, what is par value of the bond? a. 86. b c. 33. d. 4. e a. inflation adjusted principal: M A 4.0 percent TIP bond matures in exactly years. Six months ago the par value was 0500 dollars. The annualized CPI (inflation rate) over the last six months equals. 5.
5 Assume the coupon is paid today. What is the dollar value of the coupon paid today? a b c.. 63 d e. 0.0 a. inflation adjusted principal: M b. apply coupon rate to inflation adjusted principal: c A 3. 5 percent TIP bond matures in exactly 4 years. Six months ago the par value was 0600 dollars. The annualized CPI (inflation rate) compounded semiannually over the last six months equals 4. 5 percent. Assume the coupon is paid today. Six months ago the bond was selling at par and today the bond is selling at 5.0 percent premium over par. What is the annual rate of return compounded semiannually over the last six months? a b c d e a. inflation adjusted principal: M b. apply coupon rate to inflation adjusted principal: c c. one plus the return over a half year equals the ratio of the begining to end of halfyear value d. value at the end of the first half year equals the semiannual coupon: plus the price: P e. so: R f. finally: R percent 5. A 8.0 percent bond matures in exactly 0 years and has a par value of 0000 dollars. The bond sells for dollars. For a 50 basis increase in the yield, determine the percentage change in the bond s price? a b c d e a. first step, find yield to maturity y
6 b. calculator inputs: N 0;PV 090.0;PMT ;FV 0000 c. cpt I/Y 3. 5 d. so y 6. 5 e. second step, increase yield by 50 bps f. new yield g. so I/Y 3. 5 h. third step, compute price at new yield i. calculator inputs: N 0;I/Y 3. 5;PMT ;FV 0000 j. cpt PV k. Δ%P A 8. 5 percent bond matures in exactly 3 years and has a par value of 7000 dollars. The bond sells for dollars. What is the approximate (effective) duration for a 0 basis point shock (either up or down)? a b c d e a. first step, find yield to maturity y b. calculator inputs: N 6;PV 93. 4;PMT c. cpt I/Y. 5 d. so y 5.0 e. second step, increase yield by 0 bps f. new yield g. so I/Y. 6 h. third step, compute price at new yield y i. calculator inputs: N 6;I/Y. 6;PMT j. so: P 963. k. fourth step, decrease yield by 0 bps l. new yield m. so I/Y. 4 n. fourth step, compute price at new yield y o. calculator inputs: N 6;I/Y. 4;PMT p. so P q. fifth step, determine effective duration ;FV ;FV ;FV 7000
7 r. definition: ED P 0 slope s. formula: ED P P P 0 Δy A Tbill matures in exactly 4 days and has a par value of 0000 dollars. The bond sells for 978 dollars. What is the discount yield? a b c d e a. definition: annualized discount based upon 360 day year b. so DY A Tbill matures in exactly 36 days and has a par value of 0000 dollars. The discount yield equals What is the price? a b c d e a. definition: annualized discount based upon 360 day year b. true discount as percent c. so price: P A 7.0 percent bond matures in exactly 3 years and has a par value of 000 dollars. The bond sells for 4. 4 dollars. The bond is callable in 7 years for 990 dollars. What is the yield to call? a. 4.0 b. 5.0 c d e. 6.0 a. calculate the yield to maturity assuming the bond is called at the first call date b. calculator inputs: N 4;PV 4. 4;PMT ;FV 990 c. cpt I/Y. 5 d. so y 4. 5
8 0. A 4.0 percent bond with a par value of 000 dollars matures in 3 years. The bond sells for dollars. Assume coupons are reinvested at 7. 5 percent per year compounded semiannually. What is the total return (over holding period of T years) compounded semiannually on the bond? a b c d e a. first step, compute future value of coupons to maturity date b. calculator inputs: N 6;PV 0;I/Y ;PMT c. cpt FV d. second step add in maturity value: FV e. third step, find return compounded semiannually that converts price into f. total return: TR A floating rate bond has a quoted margin of 0.5 percent, a par value of 0000 dollars, and maturity of.0 years. The bond sells for dollars. The initial reference rate is 7. 5 percent per year compounded semiannually. The coupon rate is reset every six months. What is the discount margin in basis points? a. 5 b. 0 c. 0 d. 5 e. 0 a. first step, project cash flows under the assumption that future reference rate equals the current reference rate b. coupon rate: CR c. coupon: C d. second step, compute yield to maturity e. calculator inputs: N 4.0;PV 0073.;PMT 400.0;FV 0000 f. cpt I/Y 3. 8 g. so y 7. 6 h. third step, discount margin is difference between computed yield and reference rate i. discount margin:
9 . The yields on a six month, one year, and one and a half year zerocoupon bonds are 9. 5, 5. 5, and 6. 5 percent, respectively. What is the forward price of a contract to accept delivery of a six month Tbill with a par value of 0000 dollars in one year? a. 0. b c d e a. method: cost of carry model b. forward price should equal the cost of buying the spot asset and holding it to the delivery date of one year c. first step, value spot asset d. spot asset is zero a coupon bond that has same maturity date (not time to maturity) as bond underlying forward contract e. value of spot asset: P f. second step, carry spot asset forward at spot rate to delivery date g. forward price: F The yields on a six month, one year, and one and a half year zerocoupon bonds are 5. 5, 9. 5, and 8.0 percent, respectively. What is the forward price of a contract to accept delivery of a one year Tbill with a par value of 0000 dollars in six months? a b c d e. 05. a. method: cost of carry model b. forward price should equal the cost of buying the spot asset and holding it to the delivery date of six months c. first step, value spot asset d. spot asset is zero a coupon bond that has same maturity date (not time to maturity) as bond underlying forward contract e. value of spot asset: P f. second step, carry spot asset forward at spot rate to delivery date g. forward price: F The yields on a six month, one year, and one and a half year zerocoupon bonds are 6.0,
10 6. 5, and 9.0 percent, respectively. What is the forward rate on a contract to accept delivery of a one year Tbill in six months? a b c d e a. method: () construct forward contract by borrowing short term (to delivery date) and investing long term (to maturity date) and () compute yield on the constructed forward contract V b. formula: f a,b b / b a V a c. forward rate (each half year): f,3 d. so over year the forward rate is / The yields on a six month, one year, and one and a half year zerocoupon bonds are 5. 5, 4.0, and 4. 5 percent, respectively. What is the forward rate on a contract to accept delivery of a six month Tbill in one year? a b c d e a. method: () construct forward contract by borrowing short term (to delivery date) and investing long term (to maturity date) and () compute yield on the constructed forward contract V b. formula: f a,b b / b a V a c. forward rate (each half year): f, d. so over year the forward rate is The price of a six month zerocoupon bond is The price of a oneyear 4. 5 percent coupon bond is Both bonds has a par value of 00 dollars. What are the spot rates? a , b , 5. 9 c. 8.0, 6.0 d. 8., e. 8. 5, 6.
11 a. used bootstrap method to find yield on a oneyear zero coupon b. price of dollar in six months: d / c. price of coupon bond: d 0. 5d d. substitute for d : d e. solve for d : d f. convert d and d into spot rates g. z d h. z d A 6.0 percent par treasury bond with a par value of 00 dollars matures in exactly one and a half years. The bond sells for What is the Macaully duration? a b c d e a. first step, compute yield to maturity b. calculator inputs: N 3;PV ;PMT ;FV 00 c. cpt I/Y 3. 5 d. so y 7.0 e. second step, compute the duration f. formula: D N C t t, where cash flow are distributed semiannually. P t y/ g. so: D A barbell promises 87 dollars in 3. 5 years and 00 dollars in 0.0. The term structure is a 4.0 percent for all maturities. What is the Macaully duration of the barbell? a b c d e a. first step, compute price of first cash flow b. PV c. second step, compute price of second cash flow d. PV
12 e. third step, determine price of barbell f. P g. fourth step, compute duration h. D A 9. 5 percent treasury bond has a yield to maturity of 4.0 and a duration of. 5 years. If the yield changes by 93 basis points, what is your best estimate of the percentage change in the bond s price. a b c d e a. formula: Δ%P D Δy y/ b. so: Δ%P A 8. 5 percent treasury bond has a yield to maturity of 5.0, a duration of 5.0 years, and a convexity of If the yield changes by 37 basis points, what is your best estimate of the percentage change in the bond s price. a b c d e a. formula: Δ%P D Δy y/ CX Δy b. so: Δ%P
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