# Expected capital gains yield

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Suppose FPL will pay an annual dividend of $2.48 in 1994, and assume the market risk premium (RM - Rf) is 7.5% and the risk free interest rate is 7.3% (the current yield on 30-year T-bonds from Exhibit 8), and FPL Group Inc. stock is selling at $34 per share.

What is the expected capital gains yield of FPL stock? Hint: Recall that the total return (the expected rate of return) is equal to dividend yield plus capital gains (loss) yield. You may apply CAPM to find the expected return on FPL stock.

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The solution explains how to calculate the expected capital gains yield based on annual dividends, market risk premium and risk free interest rate. CAPM is applied to find the expected return on FPL stock. Step by step calculations are given.

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