Basic Economics

Assume the beta on Royalty Pharma's portfolio of assets is 1, the risk-free rate is 0.5% per year, and the market portfolio’s risk premium is 6% per year. According to the CAPM, what is Royalty Pharma's expected return? (Note: Your answer should be a number in percentage form. Do not enter '%'.)

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