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The present value of a $1,000 bond is always equal to
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$1,000 divided by one plus the market interest rate, $1,000/(1+R).
$1,000 plus the future interest payment.
$1,000 divided by (1+ coupon rate).
$1,000.00
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$1,000 divided by one plus the market interest rate, $1,000/(1+R).
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