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i) What is the numerical equation for the Capital Market Line
(CML) for the market?
ii) Do shares A and B lie on the CML, and what, if anything, do you conclude from this?
iii) What are the beta values for share A and B?
iv) Are the expected returns for shares A and B consistent with the Security Market Line and, if not, what equilibrating changes would you expect to occur?
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