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Convertible Bond Analysis Quiz

MCQ: Call premium of bond is $560 and call price of bond is $340 then face value of bond is

  1. $1.65
  2. $220
  3. $900
  4. 1.65%


Primary and Secondary Stock Markets Quiz

MCQ: In syndicate, leading bank which negotiates transaction to issuing bank on behalf of syndicate is called

  1. originating house
  2. non originating house
  3. investment house
  4. non securitize house


Common Stock Quiz

MCQ: When earnings are reinvested instead of payments of dividends, then capital gains

  1. must increases
  2. must decreases
  3. must be zero
  4. must be one


Options in Stock Markets Quiz

MCQ: Consider buying call option, if price of stock rises then buyer of call option has

  1. low potential of losses
  2. high potential of losses
  3. high potential of profit
  4. low potential of profit


Stock Markets: Option Values Quiz

MCQ: Intrinsic value of call option is considered as in money if

  1. stock price > exercise price
  2. stock price < exercise price
  3. bond price > treasury price
  4. treasury price < bond price