Calculate the required return of the stock, Financial Accounting

Below given th einformation of the stock calculate the required return of the stock.

Dividend = $4.50 every year

Current sales price of stock = $ 79.85 per share

Formula:

Required return = Dividend / current sales pice of stock * 100

Required return = 4.50 / 79.85 * 100

Required return =  5.63

 

 

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