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    missymyers Posts: 1, Reputation: 1
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    Jun 13, 2008, 04:53 PM
    rate of return and coupon rate
    I need someone to show me how to find the value of a bond when it gives a coupon rate and rate of return. The value of $1000 when the coupon rate is 7% and the required rate of return is 8%
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    Jun 13, 2008, 11:20 PM
    These are some other posts where I went over the basics:

    There was a third one and I can't find it now.

    I need to stress that there are at least four ways I know of to solve for present values -- charts, equations, financial calculator & Excel -- and it helps to know what method you're using. But read those other posts and see what you can figure out, and then you can return and ask more questions as necessary.

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