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Real Cash Flows: PV of Mr. Art Deco's Payment

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Mr. Art Deco will be paid $100,000 one year hence. This is a nominal flow, which he discounts at an 8% nominal discount rate:
PV = 100,000/1.08 = $92,593
The inflation rate is 4%.

Calculate the PV of Mr. Deco's payment using the equivalent real cash flow and real discount rate.

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C1 $100,000
r 8%
inflation 4%

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$2.19
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Also, the inflation rate is 4%. Calculate the PV of Mr. Deco's payment using the equivalent real cash flow and real discount rate. (You should get exactly the same answer as he did.)

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