2017-18 - First sit with most calculations.pdf

Uploaded by MR. P 3816 at 2019-05-29

Not sure that everything in this is correct, this is just to help! ENJOY

I had 47 627 for saving and 43 824 for investing for the C... and also I don't get why you say time horizon is missing ?
the final amount of savings is 4399,79, then smaller than 4,450..
Why is D right?
How would you calculate the YTM here?
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at 21, why do they both shift to the left? why would supply increase and not decrease?
recession is negative for both
therefore they go to the same direction, when they are positive they go into opposite directions
This means that here, we do not have to use the table given ...?
can someone explain or show his calculations for this one ?
(30+10+10)/(1/0,03-0,01) = 1 i'm not sure this is the right way to do it tho ..
do you why this is the correct answer, i thought it would be D
i think this question is wrong however in my opinion the correct anwser should be C which is even wrong because bid: price at which market makers want to buy and ask : price at which market makers want to sell
again why? i would have said C is true
going from AA-AAA is an upgrade meaning the demand curve shoudl shift to the rightrand not to the left
why????? supply schifts to the left??
people can ask a higher price for their bonds as inflation is higher
hello how do we find it ???
how do you find this solution and why is that one?
Hey Francesco. For this exercise it's just very important to keep in mind that we are writing an option which means that we are on the short side of the contract. If the stock price is equal to the strike price at expiration date, then we do not need to pay the long position anything. However, we will still receive the 5€ premium paid on both option, which is combined 10€. Let me know if anything is still unclear :)
How do you do that?
its the formula from chapter 10 and you just take the numbers above and fill it into the formula => ((1+r1)*(r2+1)...(1+rn))-1
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Hey, thanks for this; could you explain how you calculate the cap gain rate (&why the other answers aren't correct) for Q38
Capital gain is only the money you get on the price of the bond (do not take the coupon payments into consideration). So you do (70 - 50)/50 = 0,4 , this is your change in bond price, which means a capital gain rate of +40%