# What Is the Implied Rate?

The implied rate is the interest rate that is implied by the price of a financial instrument. For example, if the price of a bond is \$100, the implied rate is the interest rate that would make the price of the bond equal to \$100. The implied rate can be different from the actual interest rate on the instrument. What is the bond's implied forward rate? The forward rate is the interest rate at which a financial instrument will trade at some point in the future. The implied forward rate is the rate that is implied by the market price of a financial instrument.

What is an implied order? An implied order is an order that is not explicitly placed, but is instead inferred from the trading activity in the market. For example, if there is heavy buying activity in a particular stock, it is likely that there are more buyers than sellers, and thus the price of the stock will go up. This inference can be used to place an order to buy the stock, which would be an implied order.

### What is implied equity value?

Implied equity value is the value of a company that is implied by the price of its stock. This value is calculated by taking the market capitalization of the company and adding the value of any outstanding options and warrants. The resulting number is then divided by the number of shares outstanding.

#### What does implied yield mean?

Implied yield is the expected return on an investment based on the current market price of the investment. The implied yield is calculated by taking the current market price of the investment and dividing it by the face value of the investment. For example, if the current market price of a \$100 bond is \$95, the implied yield on the bond is 5%. How do you calculate implied rate? To calculate the implied rate, you need to know the futures price and the delivery date. The delivery date is the date on which the contract expires and the final settlement price is determined.

The implied rate is the difference between the futures price and the delivery date. It is usually expressed as a percentage.

For example, if the December corn futures price is \$3.60 per bushel and the delivery date is December 1, the implied rate would be 3.6%

To calculate the implied rate, you need to know the futures price and the delivery date. The delivery date is the date on which the contract expires and the final settlement price is determined.

The implied rate is the difference between the futures price and the delivery date. It is usually expressed as a percentage.

For example, if the December corn futures price is \$3.60 per bushel and the delivery date is December 1, the implied rate would be 3.6%.