﻿ a. Calculate the yield to maturity for a bond with a maturity of (i) one year; (ii) two years; (iii) three years; (iv) four years. Assume
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# a. Calculate the yield to maturity for a bond with a maturity of (i) one year; (ii) two years; (iii) three years; (iv) four years. Assume annual coupon payments. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answers to 2 decimal places.) b. Calculate the forward rate for (i) the second year; (ii) the third year; (iii) the fourth year. Assume annual coupon payments. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answers to 2 decimal places.) Maturity (years) Price of Bond 1 \$ 973.40 2 913.47 3 862.62 4 778.66

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