# Bond Valuation

Determine how much that you would be willing to pay for a bond that pays a semi-annual coupon and has the following characteristics: (a) Annual Coupon Rateâ?"8%, Annual Yield to Maturityâ?"9%, and Number of Years to Maturityâ?"20.

Determine the price that you would be willing to pay for a share of preferred stock that has the following characteristics: (a) Coupon--$7.00 and (b) Market Rate of Interestâ?"5%.

Determine the maximum price that you would be willing to pay for a 'no-growth' stock that has the following characteristics: (a) Investor's Required Rate of Returnâ?"10% and (b) Latest Dividend--$4.00.

Determine the maximum price that you would be willing to pay for a 'constant-growth' stock that has the following characteristics: (a) Latest Dividend Payment--$3.50, (b) Growth Rateâ?"5%, and (c) Investor's Required Rate of Returnâ?"11.5%.

Determine the expected rate of return for a firm's common stock that has the following characteristics: (a) Market Rate of Interestâ?"10%, (b) Risk Free Rate of Returnâ?"3%, and (c) Beta for Firmâ?"1.45.

Determine what the Beta is for a firm that has the following characteristics: (a) Expected Return on the Company's Stock is 13%, (b) Risk Free Rate of Return is 3%, and (c) The Market's Return is expected to be 10%.

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