Suppose a 3% 10-year bond is trading at 89 and a 7% 10-year bond is trading at 97. Then (assuming no arbitrage) the price of a 10-year zero coupon bond would be:
Answer should be 83. How?
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Suppose a 3% 10-year bond is trading at 89 and a 7% 10-year bond is trading at 97. Then (assuming no arbitrage) the price of a 10-year zero coupon bond would be:
Answer should be 83. How?
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