HSBC: Cost of equity falling across the globe – ValueWalk Premium

HSBC: Cost of equity falling across the globe

The cost of equity is defined by Investopedia as, “the compensation the market demands in exchange for owning the asset and bearing the risk of ownership.” Or to put it another way, the cost of equity is the return of a firm theoretically pays to its equity investors to compensate them for the risk of investing in the common equity.


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