Business, 12.11.2019 04:31, anglacx5465

At the beginning of 2009, little company bought a bond with a $18 million face value and an annual coupon rate of 7.4%. it has a maturity of 12 years. how much total interest income has little company received through the end of 2014 (cumulatively) if interest is paid semiannually?

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