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Average market risk premium in Germany 2011-2019

Average market risk premium in Germany (MRP) from 2011 to 2019

by James Cherowbrier, last edited May 16, 2019
Average market risk premium in Germany 2011-2019 Market risk premiums (MRP) measure the expected return on investment an investor looks to make. For potential investors looking to add to their portfolio, the perfect scenario for a risk-based investment would be a high rate of return with as small a risk as possible. There are three main concepts to MRP’s, including required market risk premiums, historical market risk premiums and expected market risk premiums. In 2018, average market risk premiums in Germany fell from the previous year.
Germany has lowest MRP in Europe

  As of 2018, Germany had the lowest average market risk premium in Europe. At the same time, market risk premiums in Greece were approximately three times higher due to the risk of investment involved.

Risk free rates

  Risk free rates are closely associated to market risk premiums and measure the rate of return on an investment with no risk. As there is no risk associated, the rate of return is lower than that of an MRP. Average risk free rates across Europe (except for Turkey and Russia) were relatively low in 2018. The risk free rate of investment in Germany was less than two percent as of 2018.
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by James Cherowbrier, last edited May 16, 2019
Market risk premiums (MRP) measure the expected return on investment an investor looks to make. For potential investors looking to add to their portfolio, the perfect scenario for a risk-based investment would be a high rate of return with as small a risk as possible. There are three main concepts to MRP’s, including required market risk premiums, historical market risk premiums and expected market risk premiums. In 2018, average market risk premiums in Germany fell from the previous year.
Germany has lowest MRP in Europe

  As of 2018, Germany had the lowest average market risk premium in Europe. At the same time, market risk premiums in Greece were approximately three times higher due to the risk of investment involved.

Risk free rates

  Risk free rates are closely associated to market risk premiums and measure the rate of return on an investment with no risk. As there is no risk associated, the rate of return is lower than that of an MRP. Average risk free rates across Europe (except for Turkey and Russia) were relatively low in 2018. The risk free rate of investment in Germany was less than two percent as of 2018.
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