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BU 383 | Manage Profile | Support | Logout Main Bulletin Board Textbook Marks Self-Test Quizzes Online Students Quizzes Help is on: Turn off Verify Confirmation Code Quizzes Time Remaining: 0:59:32 1. Difficulty: 1 (Easy) An investor, purchasing a 9 percent coupon rate bond when all outstanding bonds of similar quality and m at: a. Insufficient information is available to complete the sentence. b. a discount
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c. par d. a premium Save/Submit Answer (1 mark): Answer NOT saved. 2. Difficulty: 4 (Medium/Hard) The Government of Canada has a 24 year bond that matures today in 24 years and has a face value of $1, on the bond is 7%. If coupons are re-invested at 3.8% per annum, then how much interest is earned on re- percentage of the total cash flows received by the bondholder. (Express your answer as a percentage roun Save/Submit Answer (1 mark): Answer NOT saved. 3. Difficulty: 4 (Medium/Hard) Walt Disney Corp. has zero coupon bond with 9 years to maturity and a yield of 3.8%. Ford Motor Comp on the bond is 4.2%. The higher yield on the Ford bond reflects Ford’s higher probability of default. Histo
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