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Observed market price for the August-Greece-paid bonds where the NPV of the bond or of an option?
The bonds which Greece has paid had been valued by market as junk once, just before there payment. Given that the observed market value is the net present value of the instrument, why were they so ...
Sep 6 '12 at 16:03
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