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Value of a Forward Contract
at Initiation
valuation of a forward contracts - the amount that one party
will have to pay th...
Value of a Forward Contract
at Initiation (cont.)
Value of the forward contract (long position) at any time (t):
Value of ...
Price and Valuation of Equity
Forward Contracts with Dividends
equity forward contract - a forward contract on a stock,
po...
Price and Valuation of Equity
Forward Contracts with Dividends (cont.)
The forward price should not be interpreted as the ...
Price and Valuation of Equity
Forward Contracts with Dividends (cont.)
Formula: value of a dividend:

Study Session 16, Re...
Forward Contract on
a Fixed Income Security
forward rate agreement (FRA) -forward contracts on interest
rate . The buyer o...
Forward Contract on
a Fixed Income Security (cont.)
Formula: calculate the value of a fixed income security forward
contra...
Forward Contract on Currency
The currency forward rate is calculated by the concept of
covered interest rate parity.
Formu...
Credit Risk and Market Value
as a Measure of Exposure
Credit risk exists in forward contracts.
Credit risk arises when t...
Convergence of Futures Price
to Spot Price at Expiration
long - The party in the futures contract that agrees to buy the
a...
Determining the Value
of a Futures Contract
Value for a futures contract is simply the observable price

change since the...
Difference between Forward
and Futures Prices
Forwards and futures value at the time of initiation is zero.
Credit risk ...
Benefits and Costs of Holding
Underlying Assets, and their Effect
on Futures Price
There is no storage cost for financial...
Benefits and Costs of Holding
Underlying Assets, and their Effect
on Futures Price (cont.)
Formula: Futures price if the n...
Normal Backwardation
backwardation - when the futures price is less than the spot
price in the market. In backwardation th...
Normal Contango
contango - when the futures price is greater than the spot price
in the market. In contango, the benefits ...
Difficulties in Pricing Eurodollar
Futures
Eurodollar futures are priced as a discount yield.
LIBOR is an add on rate an...
Pricing of Treasury Bond Futures
A T-Bond futures contract involves the delivery of any bond

which has 15 years to matur...
Pricing of Index Futures
Formula:
or

Value: futures price on a stock index discounted at dividend
yield, compounded at ri...
Pricing of Currency Futures
365 days should be used for foreign currency if the maturity is

given in days.

Formula:

St...
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L2 flash cards derivatives - ss 16

  1. 1. Value of a Forward Contract at Initiation valuation of a forward contracts - the amount that one party will have to pay the other party in the future Value: The price of the forward contract is set at zero at the time of initiation. Study Session 16, Reading 48
  2. 2. Value of a Forward Contract at Initiation (cont.) Value of the forward contract (long position) at any time (t): Value of a forward contract(short position) at any time (t): Value of the forward contract (long position) at expiration: Value of a forward contract (short position) at expiration: Study Session 16, Reading 48
  3. 3. Price and Valuation of Equity Forward Contracts with Dividends equity forward contract - a forward contract on a stock, portfolio or equity index Formula: valuation of a forward to incorporate dividends: or Where: PVD - the present value of dividends FVD - future value of dividends. Study Session 16, Reading 48
  4. 4. Price and Valuation of Equity Forward Contracts with Dividends (cont.) The forward price should not be interpreted as the forecasted price. Formula: stocks assuming continuous dividends : or Study Session 16, Reading 48
  5. 5. Price and Valuation of Equity Forward Contracts with Dividends (cont.) Formula: value of a dividend: Study Session 16, Reading 48
  6. 6. Forward Contract on a Fixed Income Security forward rate agreement (FRA) -forward contracts on interest rate . The buyer of a FRA is the borrower and the seller is the lender. Formula: or Study Session 16, Reading 48
  7. 7. Forward Contract on a Fixed Income Security (cont.) Formula: calculate the value of a fixed income security forward contract during the life of the contract: Study Session 16, Reading 48
  8. 8. Forward Contract on Currency The currency forward rate is calculated by the concept of covered interest rate parity. Formula: Study Session 16, Reading 48
  9. 9. Credit Risk and Market Value as a Measure of Exposure Credit risk exists in forward contracts. Credit risk arises when the party owing the money is unable to pay the other party. Party can either declare bankruptcy or inform the other party of their inability to pay the money owed. Study Session 16, Reading 48
  10. 10. Convergence of Futures Price to Spot Price at Expiration long - The party in the futures contract that agrees to buy the asset in the future is called the. short - The party agreeing to sell the asset is called the. futures price - the price today for the delivery of an asset in the future. spot price - the price for immediate delivery. The spot price at expiration must equal to the futures price. If the prices are not the same, there will be an arbitrage opportunity. Study Session 16, Reading 49
  11. 11. Determining the Value of a Futures Contract Value for a futures contract is simply the observable price change since the last marked to market. Value of futures contract at expiration=0 Value of the futures contract at expiration is = -F(0,T) cash and carry arbitrage and reverse cash and carry arbitrage arbitrage profit can be made by selling the asset short or buying the asset and selling the futures contract, depending on the futures price Study Session 16, Reading 49
  12. 12. Difference between Forward and Futures Prices Forwards and futures value at the time of initiation is zero. Credit risk is the major determinant of the prices. Prices of futures and forwards will differ due to the credit risk involved in the forwards contract. Futures contracts are daily settled. Study Session 16, Reading 49
  13. 13. Benefits and Costs of Holding Underlying Assets, and their Effect on Futures Price There is no storage cost for financial assets. There is opportunity cost for financial assets. Formula: Futures price if holding an asset results in a monetary cost or benefit: Where: FV(NC) - future value of net costs of holding assets Formula: Net Costs Net costs(NC) = Storage Costs - Convenience Yield Study Session 16, Reading 49
  14. 14. Benefits and Costs of Holding Underlying Assets, and their Effect on Futures Price (cont.) Formula: Futures price if the non-monetary benefits are provided by holding an asset Where: FV(NB) - the future value of net benefit Formula: Net Benefit Net benefit = Yield on asset + Convenience Yield Study Session 16, Reading 49
  15. 15. Normal Backwardation backwardation - when the futures price is less than the spot price in the market. In backwardation the benefits are more than the costs plus interest. normal backwardation theory - the markets are lead by hedgers who hold short positions. This theory states that the futures price is less than the expected future spot price. Study Session 16, Reading 49
  16. 16. Normal Contango contango - when the futures price is greater than the spot price in the market. In contango, the benefits are less than the cost plus interest. normal contango theory - the markets are lead by hedgers who hold long positions. This theory implies that the futures price is greater than the expected future spot price. Study Session 16, Reading 49
  17. 17. Difficulties in Pricing Eurodollar Futures Eurodollar futures are priced as a discount yield. LIBOR is an add on rate and the LIBOR based deposits are priced on an add in basis. No combination of a Eurodollar time deposit and Eurodollar futures contract can be built. There is no arbitrage opportunity in the Eurodollar futures contract . Study Session 16, Reading 49
  18. 18. Pricing of Treasury Bond Futures A T-Bond futures contract involves the delivery of any bond which has 15 years to maturity or first call. Formula: or value of a tick - the minimum price change defined in the Tbond contract Study Session 16, Reading 49
  19. 19. Pricing of Index Futures Formula: or Value: futures price on a stock index discounted at dividend yield, compounded at risk free rate or Study Session 16, Reading 49
  20. 20. Pricing of Currency Futures 365 days should be used for foreign currency if the maturity is given in days. Formula: Study Session 16, Reading 49

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