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# U.S. Savings Bonds are sold at a discount. The face value of the bond represents its value on its future maturity date. Therefore A. the current price of a $50 face value bond that matures in 10 years will be less than the current price of a $50 face value bond that matures on 5 years. B. the current price

U.S. Savings Bonds are sold at a discount. The face value of the bond represents its value on its future maturity date. Therefore

A. the current price of a $50 face value bond that matures in 10 years will be less than the current price of a $50 face value bond that matures on 5 years.

B. the current price of a $50 face value bond that matures in 10 years will be greater than the current price of a $50 face value bond that matures in 5 years.

C. the current prices of all $50 face value bonds will be the same, regardless of their maturity dates because they will all be worth $50 in the future.

D. the current price of a $50 face value bond will be higher if interest rates increase.

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