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Asked Jul 3, 2019

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A bond with annual coupon rate of 5.10% and price of $1,090 just yesterday paid a coupon. A total of 23 coupons remain to be paid. Suppose you buy the bond at today’s price, hold it and receive 8 coupons, and then sell the bond. If at the time you sell the bond its YTM has decreased a total of 50 basis points, find the selling price of the bond. (FYI; 0.01=1%=100 basis points; use semiannual compounding)

Step 1

**Calculation of Yield to Maturity of the Bond:**

Step 2

**Excel Spreadsheet:**

Step 3

**Calculation of Selling Price of Bond:**

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