Re: R-SIG-Finance Digest, Vol 194, Issue 1

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Re: R-SIG-Finance Digest, Vol 194, Issue 1

Andrew Lochemes
Hi Christofer!

If you’re trying to price that specific bond, you could use different
items, but here are a few I use (work in finance, submitting application
for CFA charter this month)

1. Trying to see how it “should be” priced versus the market’s price
- use the yield curve that it is priced in (L+550bps) + the spread across
each payment date.

2. How it’s priced relative to similar securities
- I would use an OAS spread over a risk free Rate of the same (or similar)
maturity
- use can use interpolation to create synthetic yield curves based on a
longer and shorter one.



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> I have a small question on pricing a coupon paying bond.
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> Let say, I have a coupon paying bond issued by a top rated Govt bank
> in UK. Coupon is payable semi-annually. To price the bond what
> discount rate should be applied for each future coupon and principal
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> Should I use term structure of LIBOR? or LIBID? Or average of both? Or
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