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November 16th, 2013, 06:12 AM   #1
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[Bond] Calculate the revenue

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Hello,

Pls see the attached picture, this bond is on the open market for sale. I understand that the "coupon rate" is interest rate, but what is the "yield to maturity"

and the "Buy price" is the selling price, so I need to pay 10'925 for the 10'000 bond, is it correct?

And how can I calculate the revenue if I buy it today?

Sorry for the total beginner questions and much appreciate for your response.

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Re: [Bond] Calculate the revenue

http://www.investopedia.com/terms/y/yieldtomaturity.asp

(Sidenote: .png is more suitable for these sorts of pictures than jpg, which gets fuzzy on all the sharp lines.)
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