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    A 6 year government bond makes annual coupon payments of 5 percent and offers a yield of 3 percent annually compounded. Suppose that one year later the bond still yields 3 percent.

    What return has the bondholder earned over the 12-month period?

    Now suppose instead that the bond yield is 2 percent at the end of the year. What return would the bondholder earn in this case?

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    A 6 year government bond makes annual coupon payments of 5 percent and offers a yield of 3 percent annually compounded. Suppose that one year later the bond still yields 3 percent. What return has the bondholder earned over the 12-month period?
    First calculate the current value of the bond which is same as the NPV of the ...

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