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At the beginning of the month, you owned $4,900 of News Corp, $8,800 of First Data, and $6,300 of Whirlpool. The monthly returns for News Corp, First Data, and Whirlpool were 8.90 percent, −2.68 percent, and 11.03 percent. What’s your portfolio return? (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your final answer to 2 decimal places.)

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