calculate the average return, Accounting Basics

Below is the share price, taken annually over the last ten years, and a table of dividends paid over the last ten years, for each Bendigo and Adelaide Bank and Commonwealth Bank.

Using this information, calculate the average return and standard deviation of each.

Date (3)

Commonwealth B)

Bendigo and Adelaidnk ($)

0 June

ank ($

e Ba

1999

24.05

6.20

2000

26.79

4.92

2001

34.15

6.60

2002

32.93

6.80

2003

29.55

8.17

2004

32.58

9.42

2005

37.95

9.87

2006

44.41

12.90

2007

55.25

15.201

2008 2009

40.17 39.00

0.936.95

 

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