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In #2, you can use FX forwards to convert your JPY cashflows to USD but it is more common in practice to use a cross-currency swap for this purpose. Indeed, the advantage of the latter is that it allows you to keep the nominal of your synthetic USD bond constant because the final exchange in the swap is done at FX spot (not forward), and the difference is ...


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When I worked at a private investment shop as a real estate acquisitions analyst, we valued properties with a blend of various methods. Common to every analysis was a DCF, a comparables-summary, and a qualitative argument. The latter was very deal specific, but the former two generalized pretty well across deals. DCF: to determine what we could pay for ...


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There might be a lot of reasons to do so, for example if you want to calculate a sensitivity of the bond price on yieldcurve movements or other input factors. Always if you want to learn something about the factors that influence the price you need a model how to calculate the price from these factors. Even the difference between the theoretical price and ...


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For the value of the bond it can not matter what your domestic currency is. Thats why your first approach is correct. If no market price is available you can value the bond usind DCF with JPY interest rates (plus spread), because it pays interest in JPY. If you convert this JPY Cashflows later in USD that is your private fun, and is not a feature of the ...



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