6) A firm wishes to issue a perpetual callable bond. The current interest rate is 7%. Next year, the interest rate will be 6.5% or 8.25% with equal probability. The bond is callable at $1,075, and it will be called if the interest rate drops to 6.5%.
If the coupon were set to $70 what would the bond sell for?
7) A firm wishes to issue a perpetual callable bond. The current interest rate is 9%. Next year, there is a 40% chance that the interest rate will be 5% and a 60% chance that the rate will be 13.3333%. The bond is callable at $1,090, and it will be called if the interest rate drops to 5%.
If the bond sells for par today, what is the coupon?
19) Magic Mobile Homes is to be liquidated. All creditors, both secured and unsecured, are owed $2 million. Administrative costs of liquidation and wages payments are expected to be $500,000. A sale of assets is expected to bring $1.8 million after all costs and taxes. Secured creditors have a mortgage lien for $1,200,000 on the factory which will be liquidated for $900,000 out of the sale proceeds. The corporate tax rate is 34%.
How much and what percentage of their claim will the unsecured creditors receive, in total?
20) The management of Magic Mobile Homes has proposed to reorganize the firm. The proposal is based on a going-concern value of $2 million. The proposed financial structure is $750,000 in new mortgage debt, $250,000 in subordinated debt and $1,000,000 in new equity. All creditors, both secured and unsecured, are owed $2.5 million dollars. Secured creditors have a mortgage lien for $1,500,000 on the factory. The corporate tax rate is 34%.
. How much should the unsecured creditors receive?
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