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Does this quote contain the accrued interest?

Well, you bought this on the 30th. You are about half way through to maturity so the discount would be accreted about 50%:

The equation would be something like:

100 - (100 - 98.7804)/2 = 99.3902

Taking the $100 par value and subtracting the half portion of interest already earned.

You can find the annual interest rate, again by subtracting the value 99.39 from par and then multiplying by the time factor (days in the year divided by days remaining) portion of the year. If you have ~52 days left to maturity, it would be

(100 - 99.39) * 365 / 52 = 4.28%

Bottom line, it doesn't seem to be to far out of line to me.

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