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Perpetuities Formula and Calculations Quiz

MCQ. The prices of bonds will be increased if the interest rates

  1. equals
  2. lump sum declines
  3. rises
  4. declines

D

Financial Bonds Quiz

MCQ. The type of options that permit the bond holder to buy stocks at stated price are classified as

  1. provision
  2. guarantee
  3. warrants
  4. convertibles

C

Balance Sheet in Finance Quiz

MCQ. The earnings that are not paid as dividends to stockholders and have cumulative amount are classified as

  1. non-paid earnings
  2. common earnings
  3. retained earnings
  4. preferred earnings

C

International Financial Institutions Quiz

MCQ. The banks such as Bank of America serves a range of savers and borrowers are classified as

  1. transfer banks
  2. commercial banks
  3. serving banks
  4. nation's banks

B

Constant Growth Stocks Quiz

MCQ. The constant growth model would not be used in the condition if growth rate is

  1. greater than dividend paid
  2. equal to realized rate of return
  3. less than realized rate of return
  4. greater than realized rate of return

D