Find the required return, Finance Basics

Marbela Corporation's stock had a required return of 12.75% last year, when the risk-free rate was 6.4% and the market risk premium was 5.5%.  Now suppose the market risk premium declines by 1.5%.  The risk-free rate and Marbela's beta remain unchanged. What is the company's new required return?  (Hint: First calculate the beta, and then find the required return.)

 

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