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Yield to maturity. (a) Find the yield to maturity on a 1-month T-bill with $100,000 face value that sold for a price of $99,667.77.
Answer: i = 0.04
(b) Consider a loan of $400,000 to be repaid with annual payments over 25 years. Find the fixed payments that would be required for the yield to maturity on the loan to be 6%.
Answer: FP = $31,290.68.
(c) Consider a loan of $200,000 to be repaid with annual payments over 30 years. If the annual fixed payments are $19,467.28, then what is the yield to maturity on the loan? Show your work.
Answer: i = 0.09
a) YTM of 1-month T-bill with 100000 =(Par Value/Face Value)^n-1
=(100000/99667.77)^12 -1 =0.0407
b) PV =400000
Number of Years =25
Rate =6%
Fixed Payment =PV/(1-(1+r)^-n)/r =400000/(1-(1+6%)^-25)/6%
=31290.69
c) PV =200000
Fixed Payment =19367.28
Number of Periods =30
YTM using Rate function of
excel =RATE(30,19367.28,-200000) =0.0894 or
0.09
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