npv | R Documentation |

Discounted value of future cash flows; the date of the first cash flow is considered as origin.

```
npv(
irate,
cashflows,
dates,
method = "compound",
convention = "ACT/365",
silent = FALSE
)
```

`irate` |
Interest rate per annum. Either a scalar value, or vector. |

`cashflows` |
Cash flows, as a vector. |

`dates` |
Value dates for the cashflows vector. |

`method` |
Compound or simple interest? Default is compound. |

`convention` |
Interest rate convention; default is "ACT/365". |

`silent` |
Should warning messages be suppressed? Default is no. |

Net present value of future cash flows

dcf

```
one_thousand <- npv(
irate = 10 / 100, # i.e. 10% p.a.
dates = as.Date(c("2019-01-01", "2020-01-01")), # i.e. one year
cashflows = c(0, 1100)
)
cat(one_thousand)
```

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