Bond pricing

A fast introduction to bond pricing for class

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    A simple bond pricing example

    A bond pricing example for finance classes. Shows three ways to price a bond: Brute force, PV of Annuity and PV Lump Sum, and NPV. Good for refresher or Introductory classes

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    Introduction to Bonds

    An introduction to What bonds are from Khan Academy.&nbsp; more: <a rel="" target="" href="http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=44cYyG0LSzQ">http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=44cYyG0LSzQ</a> <br>

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    Bond Pricing

    A good resource that shows bond pricing, convexity, and more: Bonds contain a number of different characteristics that depend on the issuer, priority, coupon rate, and redemption features. This article shows how to price only the most common types of bonds, such as a government or corporate bond without any embedded options (e.g. not callable, not an MBS).

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    A look at the Bond Market from the WSJ (2012)--nice graphics

    A good look at the changing bond market including size information.
    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702303410404577464580218513456.htmlhttp://

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    How to Price/Value Bonds - Formula, Annual, Semi-Annual, Market Value, Accrued Interest

    Overview video on bond pricing with examples and semi annual and annual payments. (pretty straight forward)

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    The Basics of Bond-Picking: Pricing and Quotes

    a bit dated but a decent article on how bonds are quoted: Understanding the terms that are fundamental to how bonds are price and quoted.

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    A bond pricing caluclator

    You now have access to an infinite number of bond pricing examples.

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    Great resource to explain pricing

    Class notes and how to price in various calculators and excel.

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