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Q: What will happen to the expected return on a stock with a beta of 1.5 and a market risk premium of 9 percent if the Treasury bill yield increases from 3 percent to 5 percent?

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The market risk premium is measured by the market return less risk-free rate. You can calculate the market risk premium as market risk premium is equal to the expected return of the market minus the risk-free rate.

I start my disclaimer that i might be wrong..But i must give it a Try...Now According to the cost of equity formula it is =Rf+B(Risk premium),,,,risk premium is nothing but the difference b/w Rm-Rf.....so the equation becomes Rf+B(Rm-Rf)..here Rm is Expected returns from the stock........When the Rf increases Ist part of the equation increases the cost of equity whereas if we see the second part of the equation decreases the cost of Equity(If Rm is kept constant)......but As Rf increases the Rm also increases and hence the The Second part of the equation Also increases so the effect of Increases Cost of equity....I hope i made some sense....

I am not sure what you mean by 'overpayment', but in many cases a policy is initiated with expected criteria. At the end of the policy period, the carrier may audit the criteria and if it is discovered that the expected premium was too low to cover the insurance company's exposure then they can demand the difference in the premium earned and the premium paid.

The spread will widen. Deterioration of the economy increases credit risk, that is, the likelihood of default. Investors will demand a greater premium on debt securities subject to default risk.

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Bonus shares increases the share capital while reduces the share premium account because amount of share premium is used to issue bonus shares.

Expected return= risk free rate + Risk premium = 11 rate of return on stock= Riskfree rate + beta x( expected market return- risk free rate)

Risk premium = Company's risk (standard deviation of the historical stock returns of the market as a whole) - Risk-free rate of return (standard deviation of the historical treasury bonds' returns) - Inflation

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