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I am looking for info on canadian home trust bond cusip number 437376AA4, maturing dec 2018.

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SOURCE: a bond issued at 7.5%

The future value would be $2604.30, so the yield to maturity would be $1,604.30

This calculation is based on 7.5% interest compounded twice per year (semiannually)

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Bond maturity is the date that the bond is repaid to the investor. This can be from one day to 30-100 years.

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