Financial Markets and Institutions
Financial Markets and Institutions FINA 4400
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FINA 4400 Additional Examples Chapter 1 1 Primary markets are markets where users of funds raise cash by selling securities to funds suppliers TRUE 2 The NYSE is an example of a secondary market TRUE 3 Money markets are the markets for securities with an original maturity of 1 year or less TRUE 4 There are three types of major nancial markets today primary secondary and derivatives markets The NYSE and NASDAQ are both examples of derivatives markets FALSE 5 A corporation seeking to sell new equity securities to the public for the first time in order to raise cash for capital investment would most likely i conduct an IPO with the assistance of an investment banker B engage in a secondary market sale of equity C conduct a private placement to a large number of potential buyers D place an ad in the Wall Street Journal soliciting retail suppliers of funds E none of the above 6 The diagram below is a diagram of the Users of Funds I A secondary markets Underwriter Suppliers of Funds I g primary markets C money markets D derivatives markets E commodities markets 7 Which of the following isare capital market instruments A 10 year Corporate Bonds B 30 year Mortgages C 20 year Treasury Bonds D 15 year US Government Agency Bonds L All of the above
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