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Common Stock Quiz

MCQ: Voting ballot that is sent to stock holders by corporation is classified as

  1. corporate paper
  2. white voting paper
  3. screened paper
  4. proxy


Types of International Bonds Quiz

MCQ: Denomination currency choice and volatility of interest rates affect the

  1. maturity date of euro bond
  2. cost of euro bond
  3. issuance process of bonds
  4. process of printing money


Loanable Funds Demand Quiz

MCQ: When interest rate is lower than equilibrium rate of borrowing loanable funds, then financial system has

  1. surplus of funds
  2. deficit of funds
  3. short-term funds
  4. long-term funds


Secondary Market Issues Quiz

MCQ: If 180 days T-bill have maturity of one year with value of $9250 and face value is $10000 then reported discount yield is

  1. 0.2
  2. 0.13
  3. 0.14
  4. 0.15


Commercial Paper Quiz

MCQ: Short term promissory notes are unsecured and not collateralized against securities, hence it is classified as

  1. notes payable
  2. notes receivable
  3. commercial paper
  4. commercial notes