anonymous
  • anonymous
Hello. Could you help me, please? Where can I find 1) risk-free rate of return 2) market risk premium 3) beta for dairy industry? it's for Russia or the whole Europe.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
1. Go to the central bank's webpage 2. It is subjective.You need to read about the topic 3.Go to Damodaran's updated data section on his website
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you!

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anonymous
  • anonymous
the apprx. market risk premium for western europe is 4%, for russia 10%.
anonymous
  • anonymous
damodaran online. There you ´ll find a number of studies. I suggest to you to make benchmark with american market. You´ll use the bottom up beta process teached by Damodaran.

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