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Describe the likely effect on the yield to maturity of a bond resulting from:
a. An increase in the issuing firm’s times-interest-earned ratio.
b. An increase in the issuing firm’s debt-to-equity ratio.
c. An increase in the issuing firm’s quick ratio.

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