# Finance

a. Calculate the values of the bonds if your required rates of return are as follows: Microsoft, 6 percent; Ford, 15 percent; Xerox, 10 percent; where MICROSOFT FORD XEROX Coupon interest rate 5.25% 7.13% 8.00% Years to maturity 30 25 16

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