A company has two bonds outstanding
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A company has two bonds outstanding. The first matures after five years and it has a coupon rate of 3%. The second matures after ten years and it has a coupon rate of 5%. Interest rates are currently 7%. What is the present value of each $1,000 bond? Why are these values different?

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