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Suppose risk free rate of return =3%, market return 7% and stock b return=15%. 1. Calculate stock b beta 2. If stock b beta were 2 what would be the

Suppose risk free rate of return =3%, market return 7% and stock b return=15%. 1. Calculate stock b beta 2. If stock b beta were 2 what would be the rate of return?

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Beta of Stock B using CAPM formula Required rate of return= Risk free rate + (market return -risk free rate)beta of... View the full answer

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    • May 17, 2018 at 9:25am

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