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Course Number: FIN 321, Winter 2011

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Q uiz #2 Student: __________________________ Class Time: _______________ 1. You purchased a stock five months ago for \$40 a share. Today, you sold that stock for \$45 a share. The stock pays no dividends. What was your annualized rate of return? A. B. C. D. E. 26.93 percent 28.77 percent 29.32 percent 30.03 percent 32.67 percent * * * * * * * * 2. Eight months ago, you purchased 300 shares of a non-dividend...

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Grand Valley State - CHEM - 102
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