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Introduction to Financial Markets Multiple Choice Questions 1 PDF Download

Practice introduction to financial markets multiple choice questions (MCQs), finance test 1 for online exams. Practice primary versus secondary markets MCQs questions and answers on primary versus secondary markets, money market and capital market, types of financial institutions, financial security with answers. Free introduction to financial markets quiz, online study guide has helping answer key with choices as public markets , traded offering , issuance offering and initial public offering of multiple choice questions as in primary markets, first time issued shares to be publicly traded in stock markets is considered as to test learning skills for viva exam preparation and job's interview questions. Study to learn primary versus secondary markets quiz questions with online learning MCQs for competitive exam preparation test.

MCQ on Introduction to Financial Markets Quiz PDF Download Test 1

MCQ. In primary markets, the first time issued shares to be publicly traded in stock markets is considered as

  1. traded offering
  2. public markets
  3. issuance offering
  4. initial public offering

D

MCQ. The transaction cost of trading of financial instruments in centralized market is classified as

  1. flexible costs
  2. low transaction costs
  3. high transaction costs
  4. constant costs

B

MCQ. The stocks or shares that are sold to investors without transacting through financial institutions are classified as

  1. direct transfer
  2. indirect transfer
  3. global transfer
  4. pension transfer

A

MCQ. The type of financial security which have linked payoff to another issued security is classified as

  1. linked security
  2. derivative security
  3. payable security
  4. non-issuing security

B

MCQ. In primary markets, the property of shares which made it easy to sell newly issued security is considered as

  1. increased liquidity
  2. decreased liquidity
  3. money flow
  4. large funds

A