The fact that the interest is paid semi-annually is irrelevant when calculating the coupon rate. If you sell the bond for more than you paid for it, you'll have additional income beyond the coupon payments. The current yield may or may not be provided by your broker.
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The coupon rate of ten percent is fixed because it is based on the par value, or face value, of the bond. Step 1: For investors acquiring the bond on the secondary market, depending on the prices they pay, the return they earn from the bond's interest payments may be higher or lower than the bond's coupon rate.
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