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Fenetre135
 2 years ago
Last year, William purchased 85 shares of Stock A at $80 per share, 40 shares of Stock B at $225 per share, and a $1500 bond with a 5.75% coupon for $1525. William sold both stocks today. Stock A is worth $86 per share and Stock B has a value of $240. Assuming neither stock paid a dividend, which investment has the lowest rate of return?
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Stock A and Stock B
Fenetre135
 2 years ago
Last year, William purchased 85 shares of Stock A at $80 per share, 40 shares of Stock B at $225 per share, and a $1500 bond with a 5.75% coupon for $1525. William sold both stocks today. Stock A is worth $86 per share and Stock B has a value of $240. Assuming neither stock paid a dividend, which investment has the lowest rate of return? Stock A Stock B Bond Stock A and Stock B

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FranckV
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0the bond assuming annual compounding of the coupon and its redemption at Par today
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