# BUS 405 ASH UOP Course Tutorial/ Tutorialoutlet

## BUS 405 ASH UOP Course Tutorial/ Tutorialoutlet

BUS 405 Week 1 Assignment Annualized Returns Chapter 3 problem 18(Ash)

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Complete problem 18 in Chapter 3 (shown below) and submit to the instructor. Show your work to find the annualized return for each of the listed share prices. Write a 100 word analysis of the process to calculate these annualized returns.
Suppose you have \$28,000 to invest. You’re considering Miller-Moore Equine Enterprises (MMEE), which is currently selling for \$40 per share. You also notice that a call option with a \$40 strike price and six months to maturity is available. The premium is \$4.00. MMEE pays no dividends. What is your annualized return from these two investments if, in six months, MMEE is selling for \$48 per share? What about \$36 per share?

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BUS 405 Week 3 Assignment Bootstrapping Chapter 10 Problem 31

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Complete problem 31 of Chapter 10 (shown below), and submit to your instructor. Show your calculations and the algebraic manipulation of the price equation for the bond. In addition to solving the problem, write a 100 to 200 word essay on the term structure of fixed income securities.
One method used to obtain an estimate of the term structure of interest rates is called bootstrapping. Suppose you have a one-year zero coupon bond with a rate of r1 and a two-year bond with an annual coupon payment of C. To bootstrap the two-year rate, you can set up the following equation for the price (P) of the coupon bond:
Because you can observe all of the variables except r2, the spot rate for two years, you can solve for this interest rate. Suppose there is a zero coupon bond with one year to maturity that sells for \$949 and a two-year bond with a 7.5 percent coupon paid annually that sells for \$1,020. What is the interest rate for two years? Suppose a bond with...