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6-2 Determinants of Interest Rates for Individual Securities You are considering an investment in 30-year bonds issued by Moore Corporation. The bonds have no special covenants. The Wall Street Journal reports that one-year T-bills are currently earning 1.25 percent. Your broker has determined the following information about economic activity and Moore Corporation bonds: Real risk-free rate = 0.75% Default risk premium = 1.15% Liquidity risk premium = 0.50% Maturity risk premium = 1.75% a. What is the inflation premium? (LG6-6) b. What is the fair interest rate on Moore Corporation 30-year bonds? (LG6-6)
6-14 Determinants of Interest Rates for Individual Securities NikkiG’s Corporation’s 10-year bonds are currently yielding a return of 6.05 percent. The expected inflation premium is 1.00 percent annually and the real risk-free rate is expected to be 2.10 percent annually over the next 10 years. The liquidity risk premium on NikkiG’s bonds is 0.25 percent. The maturity risk premium is 0.10 percent on two-year securities and increases by 0.05 percent for each additional year to maturity.
6-16 Unbiased Expectations Theory the Wall Street Journal reports that the rate on four-year Treasury securities is 1.60 percent and the rate on five-year Treasury securities is 2.15 percent. According to the unbiased expectations theory, what does the market expect?
6-18 Liquidity Premium Theory Suppose we observe the following rates: 1R1 = 0.75%, 1R2 = 1.20%, and E (2r1) = 0.907%. If the liquidity premium theory of the term structure of
6-22 Determinants of Interest Rates for Individual Securities the Wall Street Journal reports that the current rate on 8-year Treasury bonds is 5.85 percent, the rate on 15-year Treasury bonds is 6.25 percent, and the rate on a 15-year corporate bond issued by MHM Corp. is 7.35 percent. Assume that the maturity risk premium is zero. If the default risk premium and liquidity risk premium on an 8-year corporate bond issued by MHM Corp. are the same as those on the 15-year corporate bond,
6-26 Unbiased Expectations Theory the Wall Street Journal reports that the rate on three-year Treasury securities is 1.20 percent and the rate on five-year Treasury securities is 2.15 percent. According to the unbiased expectations theory, what does the market expect?
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