# 6. Award: 7.69 points Problem 12-10 Calculating Real Returns and Risk Premiums (L01) You've observed the...

###### Question: 6. Award: 7.69 points Problem 12-10 Calculating Real Returns and Risk Premiums (L01) You've observed the following nominal returns on Regina Computer's stock over the pas five years: 18%, -14%, 20%, 22%, and 10%. suppose the average inflation rate over thi period was 3.1% and the average T-bill rate over the period was 4.4%. a. What was the average real return on Regina's stock? (Do not round intermediate calculations Round the final answer to 2 decimal places.) Average real return % b. What was the average nominal risk premium on Regina's stock? (Do not round intermediate calculations Round the final answer to 2 decimal places.) Average nominal risk premium % References Worksheet Problem 12-10 Calculating Real Returns and Risk Premiums (L01) Learning Objective: 12-01 How to calculate the return on an investment

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