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Kapitalwertmethode bei nicht-flacher Zinsstrukturkurve

  • Kohn, Wolfgang
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    In der einfachen finanzmathematischen Welt herrscht ein konstanter Zinssatz. Wird die Modellwelt hinsichtlich einer nicht flachen Zinsstruktur abgeändert, so sollten die Barwertfaktoren um zwischenzeitliche Zinszahlungen (Zinseszinsen) neutralisiert werden. Die Berechnung der Barwertfaktoren mittels der Duplizierung von Zahlungsströmen (Bootstrapping) führt zu Kapitalwerten, die steigende bzw. fallende Finanzierungskosten der Investition besser im Kapitalwert berücksichtigen. Die Kapitalwerte der Investitionen fallen bzw. steigen gegenüber der herkömmlichen Berechnung und berücksichtigen damit besser die Markterwartungen aus der Zinsstrukturkurve. Die Unternehmensentscheidungen wirken damit stabilisierender auf die konjunkturelle Entwicklung. Ferner wird gezeigt, dass eine Barwertmarge bzw. Rentabilitätsmarge berechnet werden kann, die die Differenz zur gegebenen Zinsstruktur angibt, bei der der Kapitalwert Null wird. Alle Ergebnisse entsprechen dem traditionellen Ansatz, wenn die Zinsstruktur flach ist.

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    Date of creation: 14 Oct 2013
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    1. Capi?ski,Marek & Kopp,Ekkehard, 2012. "Discrete Models of Financial Markets," Cambridge Books, Cambridge University Press, number 9780521175722, May.
    2. Capi?ski,Marek & Kopp,Ekkehard, 2012. "Discrete Models of Financial Markets," Cambridge Books, Cambridge University Press, number 9781107002630, May.
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