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Equity Market Risk Premium – Research Summary

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Equity market risk premium as per 31 December 2017: 5.5%. MRP research summary. Since markets fluctuate on a daily basis and there are some differences between market risk premia in different regions, it is difficult to mathematically derive one single point estimate for a universal equity market risk premium for all developed markets.

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Equity Market Risk Premium - Research Summary

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Based on the analysis conducted, we recommend to use an equity market risk premium of 6.0% as per 30 June 2016. Please note that this is a summary document only. Should you require more detailed information on the exact methodologies used to derive the equity market risk premium, please do not hesitate to contact us directly at any time. With ...

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