Modified Duration to Worst—Yield change calculated to the priced to worst date; generally used to reflect the behavioral characteristics of a bond as of a specific price/yield and date; consistent with industry calculations, always calculated to the priced to worst date, including all call features.

## Q. What is a duration in years?

Duration can measure how long it takes, in years, for an investor to be repaid the bond’s price by the bond’s total cash flows. In general, the higher the duration, the more a bond’s price will drop as interest rates rise (and the greater the interest rate risk).

## Q. Is duration the same as time?

Duration is certainly a more physical concept than time. Duration is something you may measure between timelike separated events while time is always something you compute by adding up duration measurements + an arbitrary constant to fix the origin.

## Q. What is duration formula?

What is the Duration Formula? The formula for the duration is a measure of a bond’s sensitivity to changes in the interest rate, and it is calculated by dividing the sum product of discounted future cash inflow of the bond and a corresponding number of years by a sum of the discounted future cash inflow.

## Q. Is duration a measure of risk?

Duration and convexity are two tools used to manage the risk exposure of fixed-income investments. Duration measures the bond’s sensitivity to interest rate changes. With coupon bonds, investors rely on a metric known as duration to measure a bond’s price sensitivity to changes in interest rates.

## Q. How do you interpret Macaulay duration?

Macaulay duration can be viewed as the economic balance point of a group of cash flows. Another way to interpret the statistic is that it is the weighted average number of years that an investor must maintain a position in the bond until the present value of the bond’s cash flows equals the amount paid for the bond.

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