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The handbook of fixed income securities 6th ed

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Fabozzi, Frank J.
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The handbook of fixed income securities / Frank J. Fabozzi, editor.
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6th ed.
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New York :   McGraw Hill,   c2001.  
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xxix, 1373 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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0071358056 (alk. paper)
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Bonds -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. Preferred stocks -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. Money market funds -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. Mutual funds -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. Fixed-income securities -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
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Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface = xxiii
Acknowledgments = xxv
Contributors = xxvii
PART 1 BACKGROUND
 Chapter 1 Overview of the Types and Features of Fixed Income Securities / Frank J. Fabozzi ; Michael G. Ferri ; Steven V. Mann = 3
  Bonds = 3
  Preferred Stock = 15
  Mortgage-Backed Securities = 17
  Asset-Baked Securities = 19
  Summary = 20
 Chapter 2 Risks Associated with Investing in Fixed Income Securities / Ravi E. Dattatreya ; Frank J. Fabozzi = 21
  Market or Interest-Rate Risk = 22
  Reinvestment Risk = 22
  Timing or Call Risk = 23
  Credit Risk or Default Risk = 24
  Yield-Curve or Maturity Risk = 24
  Inflation or Purchasing Power Risk = 24
  Liquidity Risk = 25
  Exchange Rate or Currency Risk = 27
  Volatility Risk = 27
  Political or Legal Risk = 27
  Event Risk = 28
  Sector Risk = 28
  Other Risks = 29
  Summary = 29
 Chapter 3 A Review of the Time Value of Money / Frank J. Fabozzi = 31
  Future Value = 31
  Present Value = 38
  Yield(Internal Rate of Return) = 46
  Summary = 50
 Chapter 4 Bond Pricing and Return Measures / Frank J. Fabozzi = 51
  Bond Pricing = 51
  Conventional Yield Measures = 64
  Total Return Analysis = 75
  Summary = 83
 Chapter 5 Measuring Interest Rate Risk / Frank J. Fabozzi ; Gerald W. Buetow, Jr. ; Robert R. Johnson = 85
  The Full Valuation Approach = 86
  Price Volatility Characteristics of Bonds = 90
  Duration = 99
  Convexity = 112
  Price Value of a Basis Point = 124
  The Importance of Yield Volatility = 127
 Chapter 6 The Structure of Interest Rates / Frank J. Fabozzi = 131
  The Base Interest Rate = 131
  Risk Premium = 132
  The Term Structure of Interest Rates = 136
  Summary = 153
 Chapter 7 Bond Market Indexes / Frank K. Reilly ; David J. Wright = 155
  Uses of Bond Indexes = 155
  Building and Maintaining a Bond Index = 157
  Description of Alternative Bond Indexes = 158
  Risk/Return Characteristics = 163
  Correlation Relationships = 166
  Conclusion = 171
PART 2 GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE DEBT OBLIGATIONS
 Chapter 8 U.S. Treasury and Agency Securities / Frank J. Fabozzi ; Michael J. Fleming = 175
  Treasury Securities = 175
  Agency Securities = 187
  Summary = 196
 Chapter 9 Municipal Bonds / Sylvan G. Feldstein ; Frank J. Fabozzi ; Patrick M. Kennedy = 197
  Features of Municipal Securities = 199
  Types of Municipal Obligations = 202
  The Commercial Credit Rating of Municipal Bonds = 212
  Municipal Bond Insurance = 216
  Valuation Methods = 218
  Tax Provisions Affecting Municipals = 220
  Yield Relationships within the Municipal Bond Market = 223
  Primary and Secondary Markets = 225
  Bond Indexes = 227
  Official Statement = 227
  Regulation of the Municipal Securities Market = 228
 Chapter 10 Private Money Market Instruments / Frank J. Fabozzi ; Steven V. Mann = 231
  Commercial Paper = 231
  Bankers Acceptances = 235
  Large-Denomination Negotiable CDs = 239
  Repurchase Agreements = 243
  Federal Funds = 248
  Summary = 250
 Chapter 11 Corporate Bonds / Frank J. Fabozzi ; Richard S. Wilson ; Richard Todd = 253
  The Corporate Trustee = 254
  Some Bond Fundamentals = 255
  Security for Bonds = 259
  Provisions for Paying Off Bonds = 265
  Corporate Bond Ratings = 271
  Event Risk = 272
  Speculative-Grade Bonds = 275
  Default Rates and Recovery Rates = 278
 Chapter 12 Medium-Term Notes / Leland E. Crabbe = 283
  Background of the MTN Market = 284
  Mechanics of the Market = 286
  The Economics of MTNs and Corporate Bonds = 288
  The Federal Reserve Board's Survey of U.S. Corporate MTNs = 291
  Developments in the MTN Market = 294
  Euro-MTNs = 298
  Outlook for the MTN Market = 300
 Chapter 13 Inflation-Indexed Bonds(TIPS) / John B. Brynjolfsson = 301
  Mechanics and Measurement = 303
  Marketplace = 310
  Valuation and Performance Dynamics = 314
  Investors = 315
  Issuers = 319
  Other Issues = 322
  Conclusion = 323
 Chapter 14 Floating-Rate Securities / Steven V. Mann ; Frank J. Fabozzi = 325
  General Features of Floaters and Major Product Types = 326
  Call and Put Provisions = 328
  Spread Measures = 329
  Price Volatility Characteristics of Floaters = 331
  Portfolio Strategies = 334
 Chapter 15 Nonconvertible Preferred Stock / Richard S. Wilson = 337
  The Essential Nature of Preferred Stocks = 337
  Profile of the Preferred Stock Market = 337
  Preferred-Stock Ratings = 341
  The Terms of the Bargain with Investors = 341
  Multiple Issues of One Class of Preferred = 353
  Taxability of Preferred Stock Dividends = 354
  The Market for Preferreds = 358
  Sources of Information about Preferred Stocks = 359
  Summary = 360
 Chapter 16 International Bond Markets and Instruments / Christopher B. Steward = 361
  Introduction = 361
  The Instruments : Euro, Foreign, and Global = 362
  U.S.-Pay International Bonds = 363
  Foreign-Pay International Bonds = 371
  Conclusion = 377
 Chapter 17 Brady Bonds / Jane Sachar Brauer ; Douglas Chen = 379
  The Brady Plan = 380
  Types of Brady Bonds = 382
  Retiring Brady Bonds : Buybacks and Exchanges = 386
  Credit Ratings = 388
  Assessing Value in Brady Bonds = 391
  High Yields Have Attracted New Investors = 393
 Chapter 18 Stable Value Investments / Kenneth L. Walker = 399
  Types of Contracts and Strategies = 399
  Stable Value Investment Contracts = 400
  Types of SICs = 405
  Investment Considerations = 408
  Emerging Markets = 409
  Funding Agreements = 409
  Summary = 410
  Method 1 - Internal Rate of Return = 411
  Method 2 - Discount Rate Which Equates Current Book Value to Theoretical Future Value = 412
  Method 3 - Difference Between Market Value and Book Value Divided by Duration = 413
PART 3 CREDIT ANALYSIS
 Chapter 19 Credit Analysis for Corporate Bonds / Jane Tripp Howe = 417
  Industry Considerations = 419
  Financial Analysis = 425
  Indenture Provisions = 436
  Utilities = 443
  Finance Companies = 450
  The Rating Agencies and Brokerage Houses = 456
  Conclusion = 457
 Chapter 20 Credit Considerations in Evaluating High-Yield Bonds / Jane Tripp Howe = 459
  Introduction = 459
  Special Types of High-Yield Securities = 464
  Performance of High-Yield Securities and Default Risk = 466
  Brokerage Houses and the Rating Agencies = 467
  Conclusion = 467
 Chapter 21 Investing in Chapter 11 and Other Distressed Companies / Jane Tripp Howe = 469
  The Importance of a Basic Understanding = 470
  Overview of Bankruptcy = 470
  Analysis of Companies in Reorganization = 478
  Obtaining Financial Information = 479
  Conclusion = 488
 Chapter 22 Guidelines in the Credit Analysis of General Obligation and Revenue Municipal Bonds / Sylvan G. Feldstein = 491
  Introduction = 491
  The Legal Opinion = 492
  The Need to Know Who Really Is the Issuer = 497
  On the Financial Advisor and Underwriter = 498
  General Credit Indicators and Economic Factors in the Credit Analysis = 499
  Red Flags for the Investor = 516
 Chapter 23 High-Yield Analysis of Emerging Markets Debt / Allen A. Vine = 519
  Introduction = 519
  Background on Emerging Markets = 520
  The Value Triangle = 522
  Analysis of Cross-Border Risk = 523
  Limitations of Sovereign Analysis = 531
  Analysis of Capital Formation /Technical Conditions = 532
  Issues of Fundamental Risk = 536
  Fundamental Valuation = 538
  Financial Disclosure, Contracts, and Bankruptcy = 540
  Summary = 542
PART 4 MORTGAGE-BACKED AND ASSET BACKED SECURITIES
 Chapter 24 Mortgages and Overview of Mortgage-Backed Securities / Frank J. Fabozzi ; Chuck Ramsey = 549
  Participants in the Mortgage Market = 550
  Alternative Mortgage Instruments = 553
  Prepayment Risk = 560
  Default Risk = 561
  Prepayment Penalty Mortgages = 563
  Overview of Mortgage-Backed Securities = 564
 Chapter 25 Mortgage Pass-Throughs / Lakhbir S. Hayre ; Cyrus Mohebbi ; Thomas A. Zimmerman = 573
  Introduction = 573
  Origins of MBS Pass-Throughs = 574
  Modeling MBS Cash Flows = 579
  Relative Value = 606
  Summary = 612
 Chapter 26 Collateralized Mortgage Obligations / Lehman Brothers Inc. = 619
  Introduction = 619
  Pass-Throughs and Whole Loans : The Building Blocks of CMOs = 621
  CMO Structures = 623
  PAC Band Drift = 637
  CMO Structuring Example = 639
  Regulatory Developments Affecting CMOs = 639
  Evaluating CMOs = 643
  The CMO/Collateral Pricing Relationship = 646
  CMO Trading and Clearing = 647
  Conclusion = 648
 Chapter 27 Nonagency CMOS / Frank J. Fabozzi ; Anthony B. Sanders ; David Yuen ; Chuck Ramsey = 649
  Credit Enhancements = 649
  Internal Credit Enhancements = 651
  Compensating Interest = 654
  Weighted Average Coupon Dispersion = 655
  Clean-Up Call Provisions = 656
  Assessing Prepayment Rates of Nonagency CMOS = 657
  PSA Standard Default Assumption Benchmark = 659
  Prepayment and Default Resistant Mortgages = 661
 Chapter 28 Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities / Anthony B. Sanders = 663
  Introduction = 663
  The CMBS Deal = 663
  The Underlying Loan Portfolio = 669
  Creating a CMBS Model = 674
  The Role of the Servicer = 675
  Innovations in the CMBS Market : "Buy-Up" Loans = 675
  Summary = 677
 Chapter 29 Securities Backed by Automobile Loans / W. Alexander Roever ; John N. McElravey ; Glenn M. Schultz = 679
  Introduction = 679
  Auto Loan Backed Securities = 680
  Auto Lease ABS = 689
  Relative Value Analysis of Auto ABS = 696
  Conclusion = 702
 Chapter 30 Securities Backed by Closed-End Home Equity Loans / R. Russell Hurst = 703
  Introduction = 703
  What Is the U.S. Home Equity Loan Today? = 703
  Basic Structure = 705
  Rating Agency Approach = 710
  HEL Collateral Performance = 712
  HEL Prepayment Experience = 714
  Separating HEL Credit Risk from the Market Pricing of That Risk = 715
  Headline Risk and Hard Times = 716
 Chapter 31 Securities Backed by Manufactured Housing Loans / James S. Anderson ; Kristina L. Clark = 721
  Introduction = 721
  What Is a Manufactured House? = 722
  Manufactured Housing Loan Products = 723
  Who Are the Borrowers? = 724
  Overview of Manufactured Housing ABS = 725
  Pool Characteristics = 726
  Drawing Borrowers and the Effect on Securitization Pools = 727
  Issuer Profiles = 729
  Manufactured Housing Prepayment Models = 733
  Conclusion = 737
 Chapter 32 Securities Backed by Credit Card Receivables / John N. McElravey = 739
  Introduction = 739
  Securitization of Credit Card Receivables = 739
  Basic Master Trust Structure = 740
  The Credt Card ABS Market = 750
  Conclusion = 756
PART 5 FIXED INCOME ANALYTICS AND MODELING
 Chapter 33 Characteristics of and Strategies with Callable Securities / Douglas Johnston = 759
  Introduction = 759
  Why Callables? = 759
  Dissecting the Callable = 761
  Performance and Strategies = 765
  Conclusion = 771
 Chapter 34 Valuation of Bonds with Embedded Options / Frank J. Fabozzi ; Andrew J. Kalotay ; George O. Williams = 773
  Implications of Callable Bonds = 773
  Components of Bonds with Embedded Options = 774
  A Generalized Model for Valuing Bonds with Embedded Options = 775
  Valuation of Optionless Bonds = 775
  Binomial Interest-Rate Trees = 776
  The Challenge of Implementation = 793
  Summary = 793
 Chapter 35 Valuation of CMOs / Frank J. Fabozzi ; Scott F. Richard ; David S. Horowitz = 795
  Introduction = 795
  Static Valuation = 796
  Dynamic Valuation Modeling = 797
  Illustrations = 805
  Summary = 817
 Chapter 36 Fixed Income Risk Modeling / Ronald N. Kahn = 819
  The Valuation Model = 820
  The Risk Model = 824
  Performance = 827
  Portfolio Risk Characterization = 829
  Summary = 830
 Chapter 37 OAS and Effective Duration / David Audley ; Richard Chin ; Shrikant Ramamurthy = 831
  The Price/Yield Relationship for Option-Embedded Bonds = 832
  Effective Duration = 837
  Effective Maturity = 840
  Option-Adjusted Spreads = 842
  Summary = 846
 Chapter 38 Evaluating Amortizing ABS : A Primer on Static Spread / Anthony V. Thompson = 847
  Introduction = 847
  The Drawbacks of Using Average Maturity to Determine Yield = 847
  Static Spread Creates a Level Playing Field = 849
  Conclusion = 852
PART 6 PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
 Chapter 39 Bond Management : Past, Current, and Future / H. Gifford Fong = 855
  Traditional Fixed Income Portfolio Strategy = 855
  Historical Perspective = 856
  Quantitative Innovation = 858
  Summary = 861
 Chapter 40 The Active Decisions in the Selection of Passive Management and Performance Bogeys / Chris P. Dialynas = 863
  Active Bond Management = 863
  Market Indexes = 864
  Performance Characteristics of Callable and Noncallable Bonds = 866
  A Look at Market Volatility = 869
  A Look at Interest Rates = 869
  The Implicit Forecasts of Volatility and Interest Rates = 876
  The Importance of Coupon Concentration in Relative LBGC/LBAG Performance = 881
  The Importance of Changes in the Shape of Yield Curve = 883
  Index Consciousness = 883
  Some Important Miscellaneous Comments About Indexes = 884
 Chapter 41 Managing Indexed and Enhanced Indexed Bond Portfolios / Kenneth E. Volpert = 887
  Overview of Domestic Bond Management = 887
  Why Index Bond Portfolios? = 890
  Which Index Should Be Used? = 892
  Primary Bond Indexing Risk Factors = 895
  Bond Index Enhancements = 901
  Measuring Success = 907
 Chapter 42 Global Corporate Bond Portfolio Management / Jack Malvey = 913
  Introduction = 913
  Corporate Relative-Value Analysis = 919
  Relative-Value Methodologies = 922
  Conclusion = 942
 Chapter 43 Management of a High-Yield Bond Portfolio / J. Thomas Madden ; Joseph Balestrino = 945
  Introduction = 945
  Definition of Portfolio Objective = 946
  Summary of High-Yield Investment Strategy = 946
  Analyzing the High-Yield Investment Banking Process = 950
  Issues of Problem Credits = 952
  Conclusion = 955
 Chapter 44 Bond Immunization : An Asset/Liability Optimization Strategy / Frank J. Fabozzi ; Peter F. Christensen = 957
  What Is an Immunized Portfolio? = 957
  Maturity-Matching : The Reinvestment Problem = 958
  Single-Period Immunization = 959
  Rebalancing Procedures = 963
  Multiperiod Immunization = 963
  Applications of the Immunization Strategy = 965
  Variations to Immunization = 966
  Conclusion = 967
 Chapter 45 Dedicated Bond Portfolios / Frank J. Fabozzi ; Peter F. Christensen = 969
  The Need for a Broader Asset/Liability Focus = 969
  Cash Flow Matching for Pension Funds = 970
  Role of Money Manager and Dealer Firm = 982
  Conclusion = 984
 Chapter 46 Managing Market Risk Proactively at Long-Term Investment Funds / Lang Gibson = 985
  Introduction = 985
  Best Practice Modern Asset/Liability Management = 986
  Liability Risk and Pricing = 989
  Benchmarks versus Liabilities = 991
  The Efficient Frontier = 993
  Efficient Benchmark Allocations = 996
  Impact of Correlations on Efficiency = 999
  Contribution to Risk = 1001
  Equally Weighted Fixed Income Sectors = 1002
  Stress Testing VAR on Heat Maps = 1005
  Regulatory and Literature Guidance = 1008
  Model Assumptions That Should Be Monitored = 1009
  Conclusion = 1010
 Chapter 47 Improving Insurance Company Portfolio Returns / Kevin Edward Grant = 1011
  Special Considerations for Insurance Company Portfolios = 1012
  Don't Buy and Hold, Buy and Incubate = 1012
  Existing Approaches to Asset/Liability Management = 1013
  The Wish List for Portfolio Management = 1017
  Total Return in the Asset/Liability/Regulatory/GAAP/Tax World = 1019
  Probability Distributions : The Next Frontier = 1021
  Conclusion = 1026
 Chapter 48 International Bond Investing and Portfolio Management / Christopher B. Steward ; Adam M. Greshin = 1027
  Introduction = 1027
  The Rationale for International Bond Investing = 1028
  The Impact of International Bonds on a U.S. Bond Portfolio : The Case for International Bond Investing = 1040
  Active International Bond Management = 1044
  The Tools of Active Management = 1045
  Managing an International Bond Portfolio = 1049
  Currency-Hedged Bond Investment = 1051
  Conclusion = 1058
 Chapter 49 International Fixed Income Investing : Theory and Practice / Michael R. Rosenberg = 1061
  The Case for International Fixed Income Diversification = 1062
  Why There Is No Free Lunch in Currency-Hedged Foreign Bonds = 1068
  Why There Is No Free Lunch in High-Yield Foreign Bonds = 1074
  The Case for Active Management = 1077
  General Guidelines for Constructing a Global Bond Portfolio = 1081
  A Framework for Formulating International Fixed Income Strategy = 1085
  Conclusion = 1099
PART 7 EQUITY-LINKED SECURITIES AND THEIR VALUATION
 Chapter 50 Convertible Securities and Their Investment Characteristics / Chris P. Dialynas ; Sandra Durn ; John C. Ritchie, Jr. = 1103
  Introduction = 1103
  General Characteristics of Convertibles = 1104
  Advantages and Disadvantages to Issuing Firms = 1106
  Advantages to the Investor = 1109
  Disadvantages to the Investor = 1109
  Alternative Forms of Convertible Financing = 1110
  Types of Convertible Investors = 1110
  Analysis of Convertible Securities = 1111
  An Illustrative Analysis = 1112
  Duration Management = 1122
  Valuation of Convertibles = 1123
  Summary = 1124
 Chapter 51 Convertible Securities and Their Valuation / Mihir Bhattacharya = 1127
  Evolution in the Convertible Markets = 1130
  Basic Characteristics of Convertible Securities = 1146
  Traditional Valuation Method = 1152
  Convertible Valuation Models = 1155
  Exercising the Embedded Options = 1167
  Looking Forward = 1170
  Summary = 1171
PART 8 DERIVATIVE INSTRUMENTS AND THEIR PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS
 Chapter 52 Introduction to Interest-Rate Futures and Options Contracts / Mark Pitts ; Frank J. Fabozzi = 1175
  Basic Characteristics of Derivative Contracts = 1175
  Representative Exchange-Traded Interest-Rate Futures Contracts = 1179
  Representative Exchange-Traded Futures Options Contracts = 1186
  OTC Contracts = 1189
  Summary = 1196
 Chapter 53 Pricing Futures and Portfolio Applications / Frank J. Fabozzi ; Mark Pitts = 1197
  Pricing of Futures Contracts = 1197
  Applications to Portfolio Management = 1205
  Summary = 1208
 Chapter 54 Treasury Bond Futures Mechanics and Basis Valuation / David T. Kim = 1209
  Introduction = 1209
  Mechanics of the Futures Contract = 1210
  The Basis = 1214
  Carry = 1215
  Options = 1217
  Conclusion = 1232
 Chapter 55 The Basics of Interest-Rate Options / William J. Gartland ; Nicholas C. Letica = 1233
  How Options Work = 1233
  Options Strategies - Reorganizing the Profit/Loss Graph = 1245
  Classic Option Strategies = 1248
  Practical Portfolio Strategies = 1251
  Conclusion = 1257
 Chapter 56 Controlling Interest Rate Risk with Futures and Options / Frank J. Fabozzi ; Shrikant Ramamurthy ; Mark Pitts = 1259
  Controlling Interest Rate Risk with Futures = 1259
  Hedging with Options = 1278
  Summary = 1293
 Chapter 57 Interest-Rate Swaps / Anand K. Bhattacharya ; Frank J. Fabozzi = 1297
  Interest-Rate Swaps = 1298
  Features of a Generic Swap = 1298
  Interpreting a Swap Position = 1299
  Terminology, Conventions, and Market Quotes = 1301
  Applications = 1302
  Dollar Duration of a Swap = 1306
  Innovations in Swap Markets = 1306
  Asset Swap = 1312
  Termination of Interest-Rate Swaps = 1313
  Summary = 1315
 Chapter 58 Interest-Rate Caps and Floors and Compound Options / Anand K. Bhattacharya = 1317
  Features of Interest-Rate Caps and Floors = 1317
  Pricing of Caps and Floors = 1318
  Interest-Rate Caps = 1319
  Participating Caps = 1322
  Interest-Rate Floors = 1324
  Interest-Rate Collars = 1326
  Interest-Rate Corridors = 1327
  Cap/Floor Parity = 1329
  Termination of Caps and Floors = 1330
  Compound Options = 1331
  Concluding Comments = 1335
Index = 1337


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