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BUSN602 Week 3Homework Problems:
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You will complete your homework in Microsoft Excel, in the template provided in the assignment. Your work must be organized and properly formatted. Short essay answers must include references.
• Chapter 8: DQ8-2; P8-1, P8-2, P8-7, P8-8
• Chapter 9: DQ9-2; P9-3, P9-17, P9-19
Name your assignment file as “LastnameFirstinitial- BUSN602-Week3", and submit by midnight ET, Day 7.

Describe how interest rates may adjust to an unanticipated increase in inflation.
Assume investors expect a 2.0 percent real rate of return over the next year. If inflation is expected to be 0.5 percent, what is the expected nominal interest rate for a one-year U.S. Treasury security?
A one-year U.S. Treasury security has a nominal interest rate of 2.25 percent. If the expected real rate of interest is 1.50 percent, what is the expected annual inflation rate?
Inflation is expected to be 3 percent over the next year. You desire an annual real rate of return of 2.5 percent on your investments.
a. What nominal rate of interest would have to be offered on a one-year Treasury security for you to consider making an investment?
b. A one-year corporate debt security is being offered at 2 percentage points over the one-year Treasury security rate that meets your requirement in (a). What would be the nominal interest rate on the corporate security?
Find the nominal interest rate for a debt security given the following information: real rate = 2%, liquidity premium = 2%, default risk premium = 4%, maturity risk premium= 3%, and the inflation premium = 3%.
Briefly describe what is meant by the time value of money.
Determine the future values (FVs) if $5,000 is invested in each of the following situations:
a. 5 percent for ten years
b. 7 percent for seven years
c. 9 percent for four years
a. What is the present value (PV) of $359,000 that is to be received at...


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