7 CFR 1786.98 - Discounted present value.
(a) The Discounted Present Value shall be calculated by RUS before prepayment is made by summing the present values of all remaining payments on all outstanding notes according to the following formula to compute the discounted present value of each note and adjusting as here and after provided for tax exempt financing.
Pk=Total payment, including interest, due on the kth payment date following the prepayment date. n=Total number of remaining payment dates. I=The discount rate applied to each transaction will be ascertained by using data specified in the “Federal Reserve Statistical Release” which is published each Monday. (See appendix B to subpart E of this part.) The specific discount rate will be the discount rate(s) specified in the “Treasury Constant Maturities” section of this publication eight working days prior to the closing. In applying the discount rate, the 1-year Treasury rate will be used for all notes with a remaining term of less than 2 years; the 2-year Treasury rate for notes with maturities between 2 and 3 years; the 3-year Treasury rate for all notes with maturities between 3 and 5 years; the 5-year Treasury rate for all notes with maturities between 5 and 7 years; the 7-year Treasury rate for all notes with maturities between 7 and 10 years; the 10-year Treasury rate for all notes with maturities between 10 and 30 years; and the 30-year Treasury rate for all notes with maturities longer than 30 years.
D1i=Number of days in the ith payment period that are in a non-leap year (365 day year).
D2i=Number of days in the ith payment period that are in a leap year (366 day year).
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