# Finance

The Fridge-Air Company's preferred stock pays a dividend of \$4.50 per share annually. If the required rate of return on comparable quality preferred stocks is 14 percent, calculate the value of Fridge-Air's preferred stock. What fomula to use?

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1. 4.5/14%=\$32.14

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