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I need help if I make a loan for 2564.79 and my Interest is 21.99% for 48 months how much will I be paing back and if i pay off early how much will i have to pay
Weegy: Sir/Madam, this is the amount that you have to pay, 150177.12 (More)
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please discuss what some hidden things are there people should look for when taking out a loan or mortgages? What are some of the things in fine print that people should be aware of?
Weegy: pull together home equity loan brochures for his review and suggest a follow-up meeting to review and discuss his home equity loan needs. (More)
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please discuss what some hidden things are there people should look for when taking out a loan or mortgages? What are some of the things in fine print that people should be aware of?
Weegy: pull together home equity loan brochures for his review and suggest a follow-up meeting to review and discuss his home equity loan needs. (More)
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Why should check cashing shops be outlawed?
Weegy: Pawn shops are highly regulated... I think that check advance places should be regulated and cap their interest at the same they're allowed to charge the military. [ Cash Call is just as bad, charging OVER 99% APR! Imagine what APY that turns into! ] (More)
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Identify and explain what factors may cause a change in the market/fair value of fixed rate notes and bonds?
Weegy: Investors expect a fair rate of return from bonds, based on prevailing interest rates, term length of the bonds, and their credit rating. [ Since prevailing interest rates change continually, there is interest rate risk in holding bolds if the investor wants to sell the bonds before their maturity. For instance, if a bond, with a $1,000 par value, is issued with a nominal interest rate of 5% when bonds with similar risk and terms are also at 5%, then the bond can be sold for $1,000. But if interest rates rise to 6%, then the price of the bond is going to drop so that the bond’s $50 interest payment per year will have a yield to maturity (YTM) of 6%. So there are capital gains and losses associated with bonds if they are sold before maturity, so even with securities that are considered risk-free in terms of default, such as U.S. Treasuries, there is still interest rate risk. Another way to look at bond prices and yields is to note that the price of a bond is equal to the sum of the present values of the coupon payments and the principal. When interest rates change, then the present value of those payments changes, also, causing the price of the bond to change with it. Note that since the interest rate factor is in the denominator, it is inversely related to the bond price. The relationship between bond prices and prevailing interest rates is neither simple nor linear. How much bond prices rise or fall depends on the terms of the bonds, the current bond yield, and whether the bonds have embedded options, such as being callable or putable. Burton G. Malkiel has described most of the important general relationships between interest rates and bond prices. for more visit ] (More)
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