What is the value of a bond?

Bond values are very sensitive to market interest rates. For example, if you purchased bond with a stated/coupon rate of 10% and market rates had declined to 8% since you purchased the bond, then the value of your 10% bond in a market crediting 8% would be higher. Use this calculator to help determine the value of a bond.
Bond Input and Assumptions
Face amount on bond ($) 
Number of years to maturity 
Coupon rate (%) 
Today's market rate (%)help
Desired yield to maturity (%) 
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