A bond has a face value of $2,000 redeemable in 5 years at a coupon rate of 8%. Construct the premium amortization schedule if the bond is to be purchased to yield 6%.
A $2,000 bond is redeemable at a coupon rate of 6.5% in 10 years. Would you purchase it at premium or discount price if you want it to yield 8%?
Find the yield rate for a bond purchased at a quoted price of $2,250 redeemable in 10 years. The face value is $2,000 at a coupon rate of 6 1/4%.
A $5000 bond with a semiannual coupon at 8.5% is redeemable at par value on November 1, 2015. Find the purchase price on July 15, 2013 to yield 7.5%.
What is the purchase price of a $1,000 bond that is maturing in 20 years at 12% interest if the required rate of return is 15%?
Bonds So far, we’ve studied atoms and compounds and how they react with each other. Now let’s take a look at how these atoms and molecules hold together. Bonds hold atoms and molecules of substances together. There are several different kinds of bonds; the type of bond seen in elements and compounds depends on the chemical properties as well as the attractive forces governing the atoms... read more
I've been given some homework in chemistry and I'm not sure how to tell if a compound or ion is an ionic, covalent or polar covalent bond. I also have to identify what kind of molecular shape a compound...