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Common Stock Quiz

MCQ: Type of voting in which all directors in voting lists are voted at same time is classified as

  1. cumulative voting
  2. non-cumulative voting
  3. dual class voting
  4. limited voting


Supply of Loanable Fund Quiz

MCQ: Plant and equipment are examples of

  1. long term fixed assets
  2. short term fixed assets
  3. short term working capital
  4. long term working capital


Types of Trading Quiz

MCQ: Type of traders who take position in market of future, which is based on expectations of prices of underlying assets are classified as

  1. professional traders
  2. non-investment traders
  3. position traders
  4. future market traders


Supply of Loanable Fund Quiz

MCQ: Monetary expansion decreases and there is an increase in equilibrium interest rate then supply curve of funds must shift

  1. down and to the left
  2. down and to the right
  3. up and to the left
  4. up and to the right


Federal Funds Quiz

MCQ: Transaction of federal funds usually take place in form of

  1. functional loans
  2. annual loans
  3. unsecured loans
  4. secured loans