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UNDERSTANDING HEALTHCARE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
PROBLEM 1
Assume Venture Healthcare sold bonds that have a ten-year maturity, a 12 percent coupon rate with
annual payments, and a \$1,000 par value.
a. Suppose that two years after the bonds were issued, the required interest rate fell to 7 percent. What
would be the bond’s value?
b. Suppose that two years after the bonds were issued, the required interest rate rose to 13 percent. What
would be the bond’s value?
c. What would be the value of the bonds three years after issue in each scenario above, assuming that
interest rates stayed steady at either 7 percent or 13 percent?
a. bond’s value
maturity, m
coupon rate, c
par value. Fr
formula c/ytm {1-1/1(1+ytm)^2m+Fr/1+ytm/2)^2m
ytm
10
12%
1000
7%
bond value
0.012/0.07 (1 – 1/1 /(1+0.07/2)^2 0 +
1000/(1+0.07/2)^20
=85.2686.
b. bond’s value =
0.12/0.1 3 (1- 1/1/1 +0.13/2)^20 + 1000/ 1
+0.13/2)^20
=258.776
c.for part a bonds value
0.012/0.07 (1 – 1/1 /(1+0.07/2)^6 + 1000/(1+0.07/2)^6=813.5326
for part b bonds value
0.12/0.1 3 (1- 1/1/1 +0.13/2)^6 + 1000/ 1 +0.13/2)^6=1000
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000/(1+0.07/2)^6=813.5326
0/ 1 +0.13/2)^6=1000
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Chapter 6 — Debt Financing
PROBLEM 2
Twin Oaks Health Center has a bond issue outstanding with a coupon rate of 7 percent and four years
remaining until maturity. The par value of the bond is \$1,000, and the bond pays interest annually.
a. Determine the current value of the bond if present market conditions justify a 14 percent required rate
of return.
b. Now, suppose Twin Oaks’ four-year bond had semiannual coupon payments. What would be its current
value? (Assume a 7 percent semiannual required rate of return. However, the actual rate would be
slightly less than 7 percent because a semiannual bond is slightly less risky than an annual coupon
bond.)
c. Assume that Twin Oaks’ bond had a semiannual coupon but 20 years remaining to maturity. What is
the current value under these conditions? (Again, assume a 7 percent semiannual required rate of
return, although the actual rate would probably be greater than 7 percent because of increased price
risk.)
UNDERSTANDING HEALTHCARE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Chapter 6 — Debt Financing
PROBLEM 3
Tidewater Home Health Care, Inc., has a bond issue outstanding with eight years remaining to maturity,
a coupon rate of 10 percent with interest paid annually, and a par value of \$1,000. The current market
price of the bond is \$1,251.22.
a. What is the bond’s yield to maturity?
b. Now, assume that the bond has semiannual coupon payments. What is its yield to maturity in this
situation?
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Chapter 6 — Debt Financing
PROBLEM 4
Pacific Homecare has three bond issues outstanding. All three bonds pay \$100 in annual interest plus
;
matures in 30 years.
a. What is the value of these bonds when the required interest rate is 5 percent, 10 percent, and 15 percent?
b. Why is the price of Bond L more sensitive to interest rate changes than the price of Bond S?
nd 15 percent?
g
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Chapter 6 — Debt Financing
PROBLEM 5
Minneapolis Health System has bonds outstanding that have four years remaining to maturity,
a coupon interest rate of 9 percent paid annually, and a \$1,000 par value.
a. What is the yield to maturity on the issue if the current market price is \$829?
b. If the current market price is \$1,104?
c. Would you be willing to buy one of these bonds for \$829 if you required a 12 percent rate of return on
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Chapter 6 — Debt Financing
PROBLEM 6
Six years ago, Bradford Community Hospital issued 20-year municipal bonds with a 7 percent annual
coupon rate. The bonds were called today for a \$70 call premium–that is, bondholders received \$1,070
for each bond. What is the realized rate of return for those investors who bought the bonds for \$1,000
when they were issued?
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Chapter 6 — Debt Financing
PROBLEM 7
Regal Health Plans issued a ten-year, 12 percent annual coupon bond a few years ago. The bond now sells
for \$1,100. The bond has a call provision that allows Regal to call the bond in four years at a call price of
\$1,060. The par value of the bond is \$1000.
a. What is the bond’s yield to maturity? Assume the bond is held to maturity (10 years).
b. What is the bond’s yield to call? Assume the bond is held to the call date (4 years).
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Chapter 6 — Debt Financing
PROBLEM 8
Rex Healthcare recently issued a bond with a 30-year maturity, an annual coupon rate of 10
percent, a face value of \$1,000, and semiannual interest payments. If the current rate of interest
is a 9 percent yield to maturity on this investment, what is the current price of the bond?
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Chapter 6 — Debt Financing
PROBLEM 9
Consider a \$1,000 par value bond with a 7 percent annual coupon. The bond pays interest
annually. There are nine years remaining until maturity. What is the current yield on the bond
assuming that the required return on the bond is 10 percent?