# Suppose there are bonds = 263 million Exchange rate = $1.5575 Bonds worth = 263 x 1.5575

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## Question:

Suppose there are bonds = £263 million

Exchange rate = $1.5575

Bonds worth = 263 x 1.5575 = $409.6225

Therefore bonds are worth = 409.6225

Based on the calculation on the above, what is the premium (discount) of this bond compared to the par value? Is this premium similar to the premium that is observed in the market today of a little over 11%? If there is a difference, why is that so?

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