Business, 08.11.2019 05:31, isabellacampos4586

If the firm’s beta is 1.6, the risk-free rate is 9%, and the average return on the market is 13%, what will be the firm’s cost of common equity using the capm approach? c. if the firm’s bonds earn a return of 12%, based on the bond-yield-plus-risk-premium approach, what will be rs? use the midpoint of the risk premium range discussed in section 10-5 in your calculations.

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