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(4-1)

Define each of the following terms:

a. PV; I; INT;

;

;

; PMT; M;

b. Opportunity cost rate

c. Annuity; lump-sum payment; cash flow; uneven cash flow stream

d. Ordinary (or deferred) annuity; annuity due

e. Perpetuity; consol

f. Outflow; inflow; time line; terminal value

g. Compounding; discounting

h. Annual, semiannual, quarterly, monthly, and daily compounding

i. Effective annual rate (EAR or EFF%); nominal (quoted) interest rate; APR;

periodic rate

j. Amortization schedule; principal versus interest component of a payment;

amortized loan

(4-2)

What is an opportunity cost rate? How is this rate used in discounted cash flow

analysis, and where is it shown on a time line? Is the opportunity rate a single

number that is used to evaluate all potential investments?

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An annuity is defined as a series of payments of a fixed amount for a specific

number of periods. Thus, $100 a year for 10 years is an annuity, but $100 in Year

1, $200 in Year 2, and $400 in Years 3 through 10 does not constitute an annuity.

However, the entire series does contain an annuity. Is this statement true or

false?

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If a firm’s earnings per share grew from $1 to $2 over a 10-year period, the total

growth would be 100%, but the annual growth rate would be less than 10%. True

or false? Explain.

(4-5)

Would you rather have a savings account that pays 5% interest compounded

semiannually or one that pays 5% interest compounded daily? Explain.

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Questions

(5-1)

Define each of the following terms:

a. Bond; Treasury bond; corporate bond; municipal bond; foreign bond

b. Par value; maturity date; coupon payment; coupon interest rate

c. Floating-rate bond; zero coupon bond; original issue discount bond (OID)

d. Call provision; redeemable bond; sinking fund

e. Convertible bond; warrant; income bond; indexed bond (also called a

purchasing power bond)

f. Premium bond; discount bond

g. Current yield (on a bond); yield to maturity (YTM); yield to call (YTC)

h. Indentures; mortgage bond; debenture; subordinated debenture

i. Development bond; municipal bond insurance; junk bond; investmentgrade bond

j. Real risk-free rate of interest,

; nominal risk-free rate of interest,

k. Inflation premium (IP); default risk premium (DRP); liquidity; liquidity

premium (LP)

l. Interest rate risk; maturity risk premium (MRP); reinvestment rate risk

m. Term structure of interest rates; yield curve

n. “Normal” yield curve; inverted (“abnormal”) yield curve

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“Short-term interest rates are more volatile than long-term interest rates, so shortterm bond prices are more sensitive to interest rate changes than are long-term

bond prices.” Is this statement true or false? Explain.

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The rate of return on a bond held to its maturity date is called the bond’s yield to

maturity. If interest rates in the economy rise after a bond has been issued, what

will happen to the bond’s price and to its YTM? Does the length of time to

maturity affect the extent to which a given change in interest rates will affect the

bond’s price? Why or why not?

(5-4)

If you buy a callable bond and interest rates decline, will the value of your bond

rise by as much as it would have risen if the bond had not been callable? Explain.

(5-5)

A sinking fund can be set up in one of two ways. Discuss the advantages and

disadvantages of each procedure from the viewpoint of both the firm and its

bondholders.

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