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Le coût des capitaux propres des grandes entreprises non financières en zone euro : une évaluation sur la dernière décennie

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  • MAZET-SONILHAC, C.
  • MÉSONNIER, J.-S.

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Après une forte augmentation pendant les récentes périodes de crise, le coût estimé des capitaux propres des entreprises non financières des grands pays de la zone euro se situe à la mi-2016 à un niveau inférieur à celui de début 2006. Cette évolution recèle toutefois une hausse de la prime de risque sur actions en Europe au cours des trois dernières années qui a été masquée par l’effet de la baisse du taux sans risque sur le coût des capitaux propres des grandes entreprises.

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  • Mazet-Sonilhac, C. & Mésonnier, J.-S., 2016. "Le coût des capitaux propres des grandes entreprises non financières en zone euro : une évaluation sur la dernière décennie," Bulletin de la Banque de France, Banque de France, issue 207, pages 33-45.
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    Keywords

    Financement des entreprises; coût des capitaux propres; prime de risque sur actions; CAPM;

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    • D21 - Microeconomics - - Production and Organizations - - - Firm Behavior: Theory

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