Compute the internal rate of return, Cost Accounting

ABC bond is a 20-year bond with face value $1000. The coupon payment is $25 per 6 months. The semi-annual yield is 4%. Use the PV function in Excel (or equivalent) to Önd the price of the bond. Note that the entry FV in the Excel PV function is the maturity, or face value of the bond.

b. Use the inputs as in the first part, but let semi-annual yields range from 1% to 6%. Plot the prices of the bonds.

c. Compute the internal rate of return (IRR) on a 20-year bond with face value $1000, coupon payments of $25 per six months and a current price of $975. Use the IRR function in Excel (or equivalent).

d. Compute the duration of the bond in part a).

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