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Repurchase Agreement Quiz

MCQ: The repurchase agreements usually called repos, can be traded

  1. directly
  2. with brokers or dealers
  3. functional buyers
  4. both A and B


Stock Market Index Quiz

MCQ: The stock prices of five companies are $50, $60, $55, $58 and $63 then the initial value of price weighted index is

  1. 60
  2. 57.2
  3. 55
  4. 63


EuroDollar Market Quiz

MCQ: In the Eurodollar market, the increase in demand of Euro dollars result in

  1. increase in LIBOR
  2. decrease in LIBOR
  3. increase in KIBOR
  4. decrease in KIBOR


Types of International Bonds Quiz

MCQ: The Eurobonds are traded in

  1. only in issuing country
  2. stagnant exchange
  3. telephonic market
  4. over the counter market


Primary versus Secondary Markets Quiz

MCQ: The issuers that are not involved directly in funds transferring are classified as

  1. individual issuers
  2. corporate issuers
  3. local issuers
  4. global issuers