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May 18th 05, 08:31 AM
 ASHAR ZUKA FAROOQI Posts: n/a
how do we calculate T-bill Price in 365 days year.

In Pakistan we calculate T- bill Prices on the basis of 365 yaers a day. In
the formual of T-bill Price the basis of 360 days a year. So we found an
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May 18th 05, 08:59 AM
 Andy Wiggins Posts: n/a

According to the Help file, the formula to calculate TBILLPRICE is:
100*(1-discount%*(Maturity Date - Settlement Date)/360).
Use this instead of the provided function and change 360 to 365.

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In Pakistan we calculate T- bill Prices on the basis of 365 yaers a day.

In
the formual of T-bill Price the basis of 360 days a year. So we found an
Regards

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May 18th 05, 01:53 PM
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So you could also use =TBILLPRICE(....)*360/365
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According to the Help file, the formula to calculate TBILLPRICE is:
100*(1-discount%*(Maturity Date - Settlement Date)/360).
Use this instead of the provided function and change 360 to 365.

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Andy Wiggins FCCA
www.BygSoftware.com
Excel, Access and VBA Consultancy
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In Pakistan we calculate T- bill Prices on the basis of 365 yaers a day.

In
the formual of T-bill Price the basis of 360 days a year. So we found an
Regards

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May 18th 05, 03:08 PM
 Andy Wiggins Posts: n/a

Which method would be faster? One using raw Excel, or one going through an
addin function? Obviously it would depend on the user's needs.

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So you could also use =TBILLPRICE(....)*360/365
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According to the Help file, the formula to calculate TBILLPRICE is:
100*(1-discount%*(Maturity Date - Settlement Date)/360).
Use this instead of the provided function and change 360 to 365.

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Andy Wiggins FCCA
www.BygSoftware.com
Excel, Access and VBA Consultancy
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