I would characterise as deluded those who expect a substantial risk-free return
An 8% inflation-adjusted, risk-free return
is unheard of in today's investing environment.
It might be that Hammerson is enjoying a risk-free return
from the few tenants currently inhabiting the site - but the opportunity must be greater.
f] denoting the risk-free return
, the second return [r.
Since government securities yield a healthy risk-free return
, banks continue to prefer financing government's deficit through investment in fixed income securities.
In some cases, the risk-free return
for such a transaction financed with borrowed money can exceed 10 percent after deducting loan and storage costs.
This paper exploits that relationship to jointly identify the unobserved risk-free return
and risk premium components of exchange rates and expected relative returns.
5% yield on German bonds is more likely to be a return-free risk than the risk-free return
that many currently assume.
The prohibition of a risk-free return
and permission to trade, as enshrined in verse 2: 275 of the Holy Qur'an, makes the financial activities in an Islamic set-up real asset-backed with the ability to cause 'value addition'.
In short, the return on a risky investment may be decomposed into pieces of "embedded" risk and return: the risk-free return
and the expected return to risk bearing.
Considering that investors (creditors) have several options for investing their capital, they will opt for the investment type offering a risk premium, the rate of return in excess of a risk-free return
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