**QUESTIONS:**

A deposit of $500 (PV) made five years ago is worth $705.30 today (FV). The deposit pays interest **semi-annually**. What is the **interest rate**?

**Note:** If you press √ means that the reciprocal of power 2 (^2). In this calculation, it refers to power 10@ ^ 10, therefore 10√

From calculator, you press 10 then SHIFT then ^..10 x√ 1.4106

** FV = PV (1 + r) t**** **** – annually**

** FV = PV (1 + r/2) tx2 – semiannually**

How much would you have had to invest 21 years ago (t) in an account paying 6%(r) compounded annually to cover the cost of a $15,000 (FV) engagement ring for your fiancé?

Approximately how many years must one wait for an initial investment of $10,000 to triple in value if the investment earns 9% compounded annually?

During one year on a $250 deposit paying continuously compounded interest at an APR of 8%, how much interest can be accumulated?

**Interest = principal ****´**** rate ****´**** term (n)**

If your trust fund promises to pay you $25,000 on your 24th birthday (6years from today) and earns 9% compounded annually, then what is the trust fund’s present value?

If a $10,000 investment will return $25,000 to you in five years, then to the nearest percent what annual interest rate is being offered?

**FV = PV (1 + r)t**

What is the present value of the following payment stream at an interest rate of 7%; $1000 today, $2000 at the end of year 1, $5000 at the end of year 3, $6000 at the end of year 5.

What is the present value of perpetuity of $1000 per annum starting immediately offering a 12% interest rate? (3 marks)**PV perpetuity = FV / i**

What is the APR on a 48-month loan on an $18,000 car, if you put $3000 down payment and the monthly payments are $373.28

*m*** = number of payments in a year**

*c*** = annual interest cost**

**N = total number of payments**

**P = principal of the loan**

In order to buy a $25,000 car making $500 monthly payments for 48 months at 8%, how much will your down payment be?Monthly Payment =

$10,000 borrowed at 8% is to be repaid in four equal annual payments. How much of the principal is amortized with the first payment

A bond matures in 12 years and pay 8 percent coupon annually. The bond has face value of RM1000 and currently sells for RM985. What is the bond’s current yield and yield to maturity?

Current yield. (2 marks)

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**Coupon Payment = CR% x Par value**

**Current Yield (%) = Coupon Payment **

** Value or Price of Bond **

Yield to maturity. (answer:8.19%)

(4 marks)

**YTM = CP + (PV – Vb)/n**

** (PV + Vb)/2**

Kufman Enterprise has bonds outstanding with a RM1,000 face value and 10 years left until maturity. The bonds have an 11 percent annual coupon payment. The current price of these bonds is RM1,175. Calculate:

Current Yield (CY).

(2 marks)

Yield To Maturity (YTM).

(4 marks)

A bond that matures in 10 years sells for RM985. The bond has a face value of RM1,000 and a 7 percent annual coupon. Calculate;

Current Yield (CY).

(2 marks)

Yield To Maturity (YTM).

(4 marks)

A 10-year, 12 percent semi-annually coupon bond, with a par value of RM1,000 sells for RM1,100. Calculate;

Current Yield (CY).

(2 marks)

Yield To Maturity (YTM).

(4 marks)

A bond matures in 7 years sells for RM1,020. The bond has a face value of RM1,000 and a yield to maturity of 10 percent. The bond pays coupons annually. What is the bond current yield?

(2 marks)

Step 1 Find the coupon payment

**YTM (%) = Coupon Payment+ (Par Value – Bond Price)/ t **

** (Par Value + Bond Price)/2**

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** **Step 2 : Find the bond current yield

**Current Yield (%) = Coupon Payment **

** Value or Price of Bond **

The loan amount RM25,000 with nominal interest rate of 11 percent. Interest is calculated on a simple interest basis with a 365-day year. What is Minnerly’s interest charge for the first month (assuming 31 days in the month).

(2 marks)

**Interest = principal ****´**** rate ****´**** term (n)**

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