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Chamberlain Co. wants to issue new 20-year bonds for some much-needed expansion projects. The company currently has 5 percent coupon bonds on the market that sell for $1122, make semiannual payments, and mature in 20 years. What coupon rate should the company set on its new bonds if it wants them to sell at par? (Enter your answer as a percentage, omit the "%" sign in your response, and enter your answer with two decimal places. For example, 1.214% should be entered as 1.21.)

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Chamberlain Co. wants to issue new 16-year bonds for some
much-needed expansion projects. The company currently has 11.8
percent coupon bonds on the market that sell for $1,029.13, make
semiannual payments, and mature in 16 years. What coupon rate
should the company set on its new bonds if it wants them to sell at
par? Assume a par value of $1,000.

Chamberlain Co. wants to issue new 13-year bonds for some
much-needed expansion projects. The company currently has 11.0
percent coupon bonds on the market that sell for $1,258.53, make
semiannual payments, and mature in 13 years. What coupon rate
should the company set on its new bonds if it wants them to sell at
par? Assume a par value of $1,000.

Chamberlain Co. wants to issue new 16-year bonds for some
much-needed expansion projects. The company currently has 8.2
percent coupon bonds on the market that sell for $1,055.01, make
semiannual payments, and mature in 16 years. What coupon rate
should the company set on its new bonds if it wants them to sell at
par? Assume a par value of $1,000.
Multiple Choice
a) 7.50%
b) 7.30%
c) 7.60%
d) 7.90%
e) 3.80%

RAK Co. wants to issue new 15-year bonds for some much-needed
expansion projects. The company currently has 6 percent coupon
bonds on the market that sell for $1,030, make semiannual payments,
and mature in 15 years.
What coupon rate should the company set on its new bonds if it
wants them to sell at par? (Do not round intermediate
calculations and enter your answer as a percent rounded to 2
decimal places, e.g., 32.16.)
Coupon rate
%

Chamberlain Co. Wants to issue new 18 year bonds for some
much-needed expansion projects. The company currently has 6% coupon
Barnes on the market that sell for $1055, big semi annual payments,
immature and 18 years. What coupon rate sure the company set and
it’s new bonds if it wants him to sell at par?

Seether Co. wants to issue new 15-year bonds for some
much-needed expansion projects. The company currently has 11.0
percent coupon bonds on the market that sell for $971.56, make
semiannual payments, and mature in 15 years. What coupon rate
should the company set on its new bonds if it wants them to sell at
par?

Seether Co. wants to issue new 11-year bonds for some
much-needed expansion projects. The company currently has 8.2
percent coupon bonds on the market that sell for $985.82, make
semiannual payments, and mature in 11 years. What coupon rate
should the company set on its new bonds if it wants them to sell at
par?
answer choices:
8.40%
8.70%
8.30%
8.10%
4.20%

P7-22 Bond Yields [LO2] Chamberlain Co. wants to issue new
16-year bonds for some much-needed expansion projects. The company
currently has 8.6 percent coupon bonds on the market that sell for
$1,072.41, make semiannual payments, and mature in 16 years. What
coupon rate should the company set on its new bonds if it wants
them to sell at par? Assume a par value of $1,000.
a) 7.80%
b) 8.10%
c) 7.50%
d) 3.90%
e) 7.70%

Hagelin Co. wants to issue new 16-year bonds for some
much-needed expansion projects. The company currently has 7 percent
coupon bonds on the market that sell for $1,035, make semiannual
payments, and mature in 16 years. Both bonds have a par value of
$1,000. What coupon rate should the company set on its new bonds if
it wants them to sell at par?

Seether Co. wants to issue new 17-year bonds for some
much-needed expansion projects. The company currently has 10.0
percent coupon bonds on the market that sell for $1,000.00, make
semiannual payments, and mature in 17 years. What coupon rate (as a
APR) should the company set on its new bonds if it wants them to
sell at par? (Note: the yield to maturity of the old bonds can be
used as the coupon rate for the new bonds.)
10.30%
10.00%...

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