Bond Value Calculator


Instructions: Use this Bond Value Calculator to compute the value of a bond, by indicating the coupon paid every period (\(C\)), the discount rate per period (\(r\)), the number of periods (\(T\)), and the bond's face value (\(F\)):

Coupon Paid each period \((C)\) =
Discount rate per period \((r)\) =
Number of periods \((T)\) =
Bond's Face Value \((F)\) =

Bond Value Calculator

More about the this Bond Value calculator so you can better understand how to use this solver: The value of a bond depends on the cash flow paid via the coupons, as well as the face value of the bond that is paid at maturity. These cash flows need to be discounted to get the bond value, using the following formula:

\[ \text{Bond Value} = \displaystyle \frac{C}{r}\left( 1 - \frac{1}{(1+r)^T} \right) + \frac{F}{(1+r)^T} \]

Observe that \(T\) corresponds to the total number of periods

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