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Stock Markets: Option Values Quiz

MCQ: If price of an option is $475 and time value of money is $375 then intrinsic value of an option is

  1. 375
  2. 100
  3. 475
  4. 850


Money Market Participants Quiz

MCQ: Group of dealers and brokers in financial institutions also include

  1. money and security brokers
  2. capital brokers
  3. mortgage brokers
  4. expansionary brokers


Trading Process in Bond Markets Quiz

MCQ: In firm commitment underwriting, securities issued are then sold to investors at relatively

  1. higher price
  2. lower price
  3. indexed price
  4. commercial price


Federal Funds Quiz

MCQ: Transactions that came into being when borrowing and lending of excess money occurs, are considered as

  1. annual funds transaction
  2. liable funds transactions
  3. federal funds transaction
  4. functional funds transaction


Supply of Loanable Fund Quiz

MCQ: If demand of loanable demands decrease then borrowing cost of funds is

  1. upside
  2. lower
  3. higher
  4. zero