British government 4.7% perpetuities pay £4.7 interest each year forever. Another bond, 3.2% perpetuities, pays £3.2 a year forever. What is the value of 4.7% perpetuities if the long-term interest rate is 6.7%? What is the value of 3.2% perpetuities?denishapatel1989
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