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MC Qu. 62 Which of the following statements concerning…
Which of the following
statements concerning futures markets is false?

Futures markets allow
investors to manage risk.

Futures markets can be
used to hedge against changing commodity prices.

Interest rate futures
can be used to hedge against the risk of rising interest rates.

All of the statements
above are true.

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MC Qu. 63 All of the following are recognized as an…

All of the following are
recognized as an important influences in the development of the banking
crisis of 2008 and the resulting credit crisis EXCEPT:

Too many subprime
loans were repackaged and sold as securities.

The IMF bailed out
Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae.

Real estate prices
collapsed.

Consumers, especially
homeowners, took on too much debt.

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MC Qu. 65 Evidence of how global markets are linked…
Evidence of how global
markets are linked was provided in 1997 and 1998 when international markets
reacted to

the collapse of Asian
currencies in Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and Korea.

Russia’s default on
its sovereign debt.

Japan’s seven years of
economic stagnation.

a and b are true.

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MC Qu. 68 The European Monetary Union (EMU) which came…
The European Monetary
Union (EMU) which came into effect in January of 1999 includes

Britain, France,
Germany, Spain, Italy and 6 other European countries.

The establishment of a
new European Central Bank to coordinate monetary policy for the Euro-zone
countries.

A new currency called
the Euro, which will be put into circulation in all EMU countries no later
than 2009.

All of these.

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MC Qu. 70 During the next ten years, the major threat …

During the next ten years, the
major threat to the dominance of the U.S. money and capital markets will come
from

The Euro-zone
countries comprising the European Monetary Union and a single currency.

The huge Chinese
economy and its billion plus people.

Japan’s prolonged
recession and banking crisis.

Russia’s difficulty in
transforming its economy into a capitalistic one.

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MC Qu. 76 Corporations prefer bonds over preferred…
Corporations prefer
bonds over preferred stock for financing their operations because

preferred stocks
require a dividend.

bond interest rates
change with the economy while stock dividends remain constant.

the after-tax cost of debt
is less than the cost of preferred stock.

none of these.

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MC Qu. 77 In general when interest rates are expected …
In general when interest
rates are expected to rise, financial managers

balance the company’s
debt structure with more short-term debt and less long-term debt.

rely more on internal
sources of funds rather than external sources.

try to lock in
long-term financing at low cost.

accept more risk.

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MC
Qu. 80 The major supplier of funds for investment…
The major supplier of
funds for investment in the whole economy is

businesses.

financial
institutions.

households.

government.

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MC Qu. 92 Security markets are efficient when each of …
Security markets are
efficient when each of the following exist except

the markets can
absorb large dollar amounts of stock without destabilizing the price.

prices adjust
rapidly to new information.

there is a
continuous market where each successive trade is made at a price close to
the previous trade.

security prices
follow the leading indicators such as the DJIA very closely.

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MC Qu. 97 The strong form of the efficient market…
The strong form of the
efficient market hypothesis states that

past price data is
positively correlated to future prices.

prices reflect all
public information.

all information both
public and private is immediately reflected in stock prices.

none of these

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MC Qu. 98 The Securities Act of 1933 is primarily…
The Securities Act of
1933 is primarily concerned with

original issues of
securities.

protecting customers
of bankrupt securities firms.

secondary trading of
securities.

national securities
market.

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MC Qu. 99 The Securities Act of 1933 did not
The Securities Act of
1933 did not

require that all
securities sold in more than one state be registered with the SEC.

set guidelines for
insiders who trade in the securities of their own firm.

require a prospectus
for all new issues of securities which contains all information appearing in
the registration statement.

hold corporate
officers liable for losses for those who were misled by false information in
the prospectus.

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MC Qu. 101 The Securities Exchange Act of 1934 is…
The Securities Exchange
Act of 1934 is primarily concerned with

original issues of
securities.

a central market
system.

regulation of
organized exchanges.

protecting customers
of bankrupt securities firms.

1.value:
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points MC Qu. 62 Which of the following statements concerning…Which of the following
statements concerning futures markets is false?Futures markets allow
investors to manage risk.Futures markets can be
used to hedge against changing commodity prices.Interest rate futures
can be used to hedge against the risk of rising interest rates.All of the statements
above are true.2.value:
1.00
points MC Qu. 63 All of the following are recognized as an…All of the following are
recognized as an important influences in the development of the banking
crisis of 2008 and the resulting credit crisis EXCEPT: Too many subprime
loans were repackaged and sold as securities.The IMF bailed out
Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae.Real estate prices
collapsed.Consumers, especially
homeowners, took on too much debt.3.value:
1.00
points MC Qu. 65 Evidence of how global markets are linked…Evidence of how global
markets are linked was provided in 1997 and 1998 when international markets
reacted tothe collapse of Asian
currencies in Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and Korea.Russia’s default on
its sovereign debt.Japan’s seven years of
economic stagnation.a and b are true.4.value:
1.00
points MC Qu. 68 The European Monetary Union (EMU) which came…The European Monetary
Union (EMU) which came into effect in January of 1999 includesBritain, France,
Germany, Spain, Italy and 6 other European countries.The establishment of a
new European Central Bank to coordinate monetary policy for the Euro-zone
countries.A new currency called
the Euro, which will be put into circulation in all EMU countries no later
than 2009.All of these.5.value:
1.00
points MC Qu. 70 During the next ten years, the major threat …During the next ten years, the
major threat to the dominance of the U.S. money and capital markets will come
from The Euro-zone
countries comprising the European Monetary Union and a single currency.The huge Chinese
economy and its billion plus people.Japan’s prolonged
recession and banking crisis.Russia’s difficulty in
transforming its economy into a capitalistic one.6.value:
1.00
pointsMC Qu. 76 Corporations prefer bonds over preferred…Corporations prefer
bonds over preferred stock for financing their operations becausepreferred stocks
require a dividend.bond interest rates
change with the economy while stock dividends remain constant.the after-tax cost of debt
is less than the cost of preferred stock.none of these.7MC Qu. 77 In general when interest rates are expected …In general when interest
rates are expected to rise, financial managersbalance the company’s
debt structure with more short-term debt and less long-term debt.rely more on internal
sources of funds rather than external sources.try to lock in
long-term financing at low cost.accept more risk.8MC
Qu. 80 The major supplier of funds for investment…The major supplier of
funds for investment in the whole economy isbusinesses.financial
institutions.households.government.9MC Qu. 92 Security markets are efficient when each of …Security markets are
efficient when each of the following exist exceptthe markets can
absorb large dollar amounts of stock without destabilizing the price.prices adjust
rapidly to new information.there is a
continuous market where each successive trade is made at a price close to
the previous trade.security prices
follow the leading indicators such as the DJIA very closely.10MC Qu. 97 The strong form of the efficient market…The strong form of the
efficient market hypothesis states thatpast price data is
positively correlated to future prices.prices reflect all
public information.all information both
public and private is immediately reflected in stock prices.none of these11.value:
1.00
pointsMC Qu. 98 The Securities Act of 1933 is primarily…The Securities Act of
1933 is primarily concerned withoriginal issues of
securities.protecting customers
of bankrupt securities firms.secondary trading of
securities.national securities
market.12MC Qu. 99 The Securities Act of 1933 did notThe Securities Act of
1933 did notrequire that all
securities sold in more than one state be registered with the SEC.set guidelines for
insiders who trade in the securities of their own firm.require a prospectus
for all new issues of securities which contains all information appearing in
the registration statement.hold corporate
officers liable for losses for those who were misled by false information in
the prospectus.13MC Qu. 101 The Securities Exchange Act of 1934 is…The Securities Exchange
Act of 1934 is primarily concerned withoriginal issues of
securities.a central market
system.regulation of
organized exchanges.protecting customers
of bankrupt securities firms.

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