# Bond Valuation Questions

Topics: Bond, Bonds, Yield Pages: 2 (324 words) Published: March 15, 2015
﻿LECTURE 7
BOND VALUATION CLASS QUESTIONS

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Consider the following \$1,000 par value zero-coupon bonds:
Bond Years to Maturity Price
A 1 \$909.09
B 2 \$811.62
C 3 \$711.78
D 4 \$635.52

1). The yield to maturity on bond A is .

a.10%
b.11%
c.12%
d.14%
e.none of the above

2). The yield to maturity on bond C is .

a.10%
b.11%
c.12%
d.14%
e.none of the above

3). A coupon bond that pays interest annually is selling at par value of \$1,000, matures in 5 years, and has a coupon rate of 9%. The yield to maturity on this bond is

a.6.00%
b.8.33%
c.9.00%
d.45.00%

4). Consider two bonds, A and B. Both bonds presently are selling at their par value of \$1,000. Each pays interest of \$120 annually. Bond A will mature in 5 years while bond B will mature in 6 years. If the yields to maturity on the two bonds change from 12% to 10%, .

a.both bonds will increase in value, but bond A will increase more than bond B
b.both bonds will increase in value, but bond B will increase more than bond A
c.both bonds will decrease in value, but bond A will decrease more than bond B
d.both bonds will decrease in value, but bond B will decrease more than bond A

5). A Treasury bond due in one year has a yield of 6.2%; a Treasury bond due in 5 years has a yield of 6.7%. A bond issued by General Motors due in 5 years has a yield of 7.9%; a bond issued by Exxon due in one year has a yield of 7.2%. The default risk premiums on the bonds issued by Exxon and General Motors, respectively, are

a.1.0% and 1.2%
b.0.5% and .7%
c.1.2% and 1.0%
d.0.7% and 0.5%