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ch1 ~ ch32 까지 full 입니다.
8판은 ch29 까지지만, 9판은 ch32 까지입니다.
고로, 9판 보유자는 9판 solution(솔루션) 구매하셔야 합니다.
deadly rare 입니다.
곧 이거 다운 받아서 그대로 올리는 사람이 나타나겠지만, 제 가 원조에요.
올리기 날짜 보시면 확인 가능할 겁니다.
Table of Contents
2. Pricing of Bonds
3. Measuring Yield
4. Bond Price Volatility
5. Factors Affecting Bond Yields and the Term Structure of Interest Rates
6. Treasury and Federal Agency Securities
7. Corporate Debt Instruments
8. Municipal Securities
9. International Bonds
10. Residential Mortgage Loans
11. Agency Mortgage Pass-Through Securities
12. Agency Collateralized Mortgage Obligations and Stripped Mortgage-Backed Securities
13. Nonagency Residential
14. Commercial Mortgage Loans and Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities
15. Asset-Backed Securities
16. Pooled Investment Vehicles for Fixed Income Investors
17. Interest-Rate Models
18. Analysis of Bonds with Embedded Options
19. Analysis of Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities
20. Analysis of Convertible Bonds
21. Measuring Credit Spreads
22. Corporate Bond Credit Analysis
23. Credit Risk Modeling
24. Bond Portfolio Management Strategies
25. Bond Portfolio Construction
26. Corporate Bond Portfolio Management
13. “A floating-rate note and an extendable reset bond both have coupon rates readjusted periodically. Therefore, they are basically the same instrument.” Do you agree with this statement?
As discussed below, there are differences between a floating-rate note and an extendable reset bond due to the manner in which they are adjusted.
In late 1987, a junk bond came to market with a structure allowing the issuer to reset the coupon rate so that the bond will trade at a predetermined price. The coupon rate may reset annually or even more frequently, or reset only one time over the life of the bond. Generally, the coupon rate at reset time will be the average of rates suggested by two investment banking firms. The new rate will then reflect both the level of interest rates at the reset date, and the credit spread the market wants on the issue at the reset date. This structure is called an extendable reset.
In a floating-rate issue, the coupon rate resets according to a fixed spread…(skip) over some benchmark, with the spread specified in the indenture. The amount of the spread reflects market conditions at the time the issue is offered. The coupon rate on an extendable reset bond by contrast is reset based on market conditions (as suggested by several investment banking firms) at the time of the reset date. Moreover, the new coupon rate reflects the new level of interest rates and the new spread that investors seek.
The advantage to issuers of extendable reset bonds is again that they can be assured of a
long-term source of funds based on short-term rates. For investors, the advantage of these bonds is that the coupon rate will reset to the market rate—both the level of interest rates and the credit spread, in principle keeping the issue at par.