Expected growth rate, required rate of return, current price
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Other things being equal, an increase in a firm's expected growth rate would cause its required rate of return to
a. fluctuate more than before.
b. fluctuate less than before.
e. possibly increase, possibly decrease, or possibly remain constant.
Stocks A and B have the same price and are in equilibrium, but Stock A has the higher required rate of return. Which of the following statements is CORRECT?
a. Stock A must have both a higher dividend yield and a higher capital gains yield than Stock B.
b. If Stock A has a lower dividend yield than Stock B, its expected capital gains yield must be higher than Stock B's.
c. Stock B must have a higher dividend yield than Stock A.
d. Stock A must have a higher dividend yield than Stock B.
e. If Stock A has a higher dividend yield than Stock B, its expected capital gains yield must be lower than Stock B's.
Which of the following statements is CORRECT, assuming stocks are in equilibrium?
a. Assume that the required return on a given stock is 15%. If the stock's dividend is growing at a constant rate of 4%, its expected dividend yield is 6%.
b. Other things held constant, the higher a company's beta coefficient, the lower its required rate of return.
c. A required condition for one to use the constant growth model is that the stock's expected growth rate is lower than its required rate of return.
d. A stock's dividend yield can never exceed its expected growth rate
e. All of the above statements are correct
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