anonymous
  • anonymous
A company has class A and class B shares. Which one should I use when calculating the market vale of equity?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Count both classes to get market value of equity.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Professor, with differences between each class, for example unequal voting rights, won't the equity risk premium change? What i mean to say is, won't the effective equity premium be a weighted average of the two classes?

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