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MGT411 - Money & Banking
Graded Discussion Board
Dec 5-10, 2013
|Total Marks 30
“RETURN ON BONDS & SOURCES OF BOND RISK”
Money & Banking students will be enabled to understand:
Luxurious life, who does not wish to live. Nowadays, a good education is essential for such a wishful life. Getting quality education has become a dream that can hardly come true for lower middle class which strives tooth and nail. They put their lives and even their hard earned savings at risk to secure better future for themselves and their coming generations.
Mr. Amjad recently completed his graduation from a local university and now plans to pursue higher studies abroad, Australia. Getting admission and study visa may take thirteen to fifteen months. He has sufficient money that can only help him secure admission, get visa and travel to desired location but cannot pay for accommodation, food and other expenses; therefore requires more money. An idea knocked him to invest the money in hand in some corporate bonds that may earn him high profits(which he actually needs); would sell these bonds without any loss upon the confirmation of admission to pay dues (admission charges, semester charges, travel, boarding and messing) and start working for making his dreams come true.
1. Suppose Mr. Amjad invests money in 12% corporate bonds, after a month, government changes its policy regarding interest rate. How can Mr. Amjad incur loss due to such change?
2. Does the above change (in part 1) link with the liquidity of a bond? Support your answer with logical reasoning.
3. After two months, a banker approaches Mr. Amjad and attempts to convince him to move his money from bonds and invest in bank’s “Mahana Certificates (MCs)”, he claims that MCs are 100% secure and fully insured by the government. How would Mr. Amjad respond?
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Please mjay koe just ye bta dey k first question ka liquidity bond sy koe link hay ya nhe?
Because i am no understanding from just the definitions of liquidity of bond......
Please help me
Please give me answer of my question.....
nahi usman liquidity se link nahi hay... is man just apko btana hai k istrha k change se Mr.amjad ko kasa loss ho ga jiska ans mujhe bhi nai pta
lekin fatima usne ye to kahin nai pucha k knsa bond ho ga.. uska question to ye hai k Mr.amjad ko loss ho sakta hai kis trha ??? i think ye question hai what u sya???
agree with hira
yar us ka zero coupon bond hai means k end pe sell kery ga tu interest us ka profit ha jab interest he kam ho ga to profit kam he ho ga na :p
yaha woh keh raha coporate bond k rate change howa ab jo loss incur howa us us say kasy bacha jay tu bonds ma u should use here zero copun bond.
any solution plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz, i think no loss its a trik q?
There may not be a continuous secondary market for a bond, thus leaving an investor with difficulty in selling at, or even near to, a fair price. This particular risk could become more severe in developing markets, where a large amount of junk bonds belong, such as China, Vietnam, Indonesia, etc
ye or cheez ha bhai liquidity of bond or cheez ha