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Federal Funds Quiz

MCQ: Most flexible and liquid source of funding for savings banks is

  1. annual loan market
  2. federal funds market
  3. functional funding market
  4. secured funding market


Money Market and Capital Market Quiz

MCQ: Federal funds, bankers acceptance, commercial paper and repurchase agreements are classified as

  1. counter instruments
  2. long term instruments
  3. money market instruments
  4. capital market instruments


Stock Market Securities Quiz

MCQ: Buying price of stock is $35 and it can be sold for $30 whereas dividend paid is $6 then return on stock is

  1. 0.3667
  2. 0.4667
  3. 0.2667
  4. 0.2667


Convertible Bond Analysis Quiz

MCQ: Call premium is added to face value of bond to calculate

  1. call price of bond
  2. premium price of bond
  3. call price of stock
  4. discounted price of stock


Bond Market Securities Quiz

MCQ: Investors who want cash flows in near terms shows preference for

  1. interest portion of RIAPS
  2. interest portion of STORI
  3. interest portion of STRIPS
  4. interest portion of bonds