anonymous
  • anonymous
hello I am trying to calculate CAPM E(R) = Rf+ Beta(Rm-Rf) for one Slovenian firm. I wonder where I can get short term goverment securities rates? Thanks
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Slovenia is a Euro-based market. Use the German government bond rate as your riskfree rate (though I am not sure why you are using short term rates, rather than long term rates)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Is is ok to use US 10 year T bond yield for the risk free rate ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Strlinka: a mas u pondelk al u sredo?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Tnx for info. Perci: who know's =) pa ti?
anonymous
  • anonymous
You cannot use the T.Bond rate as your riskfree rate, if you are working in Euros.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Strlinka: v ponedeljek Aswath: thank you, will use the German bond rate

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