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Financial Markets Quiz

MCQ: In financial markets, the decrease in investment results in

  1. increase in interest rate
  2. decrease in interest rate
  3. increase in availability
  4. decrease in availability


Characteristics of Bonds Quiz

MCQ: The bonds that are considered as junk bonds and termed as higher yield are classified as

  1. expansion debentures
  2. premium debentures
  3. subordinated debentures
  4. ordinate debentures


Secondary Market Issues Quiz

MCQ: The bids of bidder which tells that how much treasury bills bidder wants to buy is classified as

  1. federal acceptance bid
  2. bankers' acceptance bid
  3. non-competitive bids
  4. competitive bids


Types of Trading Quiz

MCQ: The type of trading member who takes position every day and also liquidate it on the same day is classified as

  1. day traders
  2. broker traders
  3. non-position traders
  4. commercial traders


Options in Stock Markets Quiz

MCQ: The contract which gives the rights to holders to sell or buy the asset at specific time period rather than giving the obligation is classified as

  1. option
  2. contract
  3. obligatory contract
  4. non-obligatory contract