### How much will you receive on the next coupon date

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Use the following bond quote: Moody’s/ S&P/Fitch Company Symbol Coupon Maturity Rating High Low Last Change Yield% Int’l Systems ISU.GO 6.850% May, 2032 Baa2/BBB/BB– 102.817 91.865 93.231 1.650 7.482% If you currently own 15 of the bonds, how much will you receive on the next coupon date? (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answer to 2 decimal places. Omit the "\$" sign in your response.) Next payment \$

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