Generally, a bond can be valued as a package of a. annuity and perpetuity only. b. perpetuity and single payment only.

Generally, a bond can be valued as a package of
a. annuity and perpetuity only.
b. perpetuity and single payment only.
c. annuity and single payment only.
d. annuity, perpetuity, and a single payment.

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  1. Answer:

    The correct answer is letter “C“: annuity and single payment only.

    Explanation:

    A bond is an investment security that is issued by institutions or the government in which investors are promised the payment of the principal plus a fixed interest rate after a period that tends to be one year. This investment vehicle is less risky than stocks, for instance, and offers a unique payment at maturity.

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