Determine straight value and conversion value , Financial Accounting

Banana Computer has a perpetual, convertible 7% annual coupon bond outstanding. The bond has a face value of $1,000 and has a conversion price of $40. The required return on an otherwise identical nonconvertible bond is 8%. Banana will never pay dividends and its current stock price is $20.

a. What is the straight value of the convertible bond?

b. What is its conversion value?

c. If Banana's stock price were to grow at 10% per year forever, how long would it take for the bond's conversion value to exceed the bond price?

d. When should the bondholder convert? Why? 

 

 

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