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Expected returns of A 0.200 20.000
Expected returns of B 0.229 22.9
Expected returns of C 0.256 25.6
Variance A 0.004 SD A 0.060
Variance B 0.007 SD B 0.086
Variance C 0.009 SD C 0.095
Utility value A = 4 U = E(R) - 0.005 A StDA2
A 19.28
B 21.42
C 23.
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International Capital Markets . S
SOLUTIONS TO TUTORIAL EXERCISE WEE
PORTFOLIO THEORY
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the value ofthe bond (from £105.58 to £101.73).
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Accounting & Finance, Business School 2013
INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL MARKETS
SOLUTIONS TO EXERCISE WEEK 7
TECHNICAL ANALYSIS AND EQUITY VALUATION MODELS
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