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Finance Market

Explore the dynamic world of finance markets, from stocks and bonds to commodities and forex, gaining insights into investments, trading, and market analysis.

financial markets

investments

stocks

bonds

derivatives

commodities

portfolio

risk

returns

trading

volatility

liquidity

asset

securities

equities

What does the term "market anomaly" mean in finance?

  • - A price or rate movement that differs from what would be expected under efficient market conditions
  • - Buying and holding financial instruments for the long term
  • - Selling financial instruments within the same trading day
  • - Issuing government bonds

What does the term "pump and dump" mean in finance?

  • - A strategy to increase market liquidity
  • - A scheme where the price of a security is artificially inflated, then sold off at a high price
  • - A government bond trading strategy
  • - A strategy to stabilize market prices

is a period of significant decline in the total output, income, employment, and trade in an economy

  • recession

Market where financial instruments are issued to raise money

  • Share market

What does "NASDAQ" stand for in the context of financial markets?

  • - National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations
  • - National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation System
  • - New Automated Stock and Quotation
  • - North American Stock Automated Quotes

increasing markets in China and India

  • global demographic trend

Role and functions of current institutions

  • Regulations of financial markets

the set of values, ideas and attitudes that are learned and shared among members of a group

  • Culture

is a market structure with a small number of businesses selling the same or similar products

  • oligopoly

Treasury bill is also known as....................... bond.

  • Zero coupon

Actions taken by central bank to manage money supply

  • Monetary Policy

What does the term "market sentiment" mean in finance?

  • - The total value of assets in a portfolio
  • - The overall attitude or feeling of investors towards a market, often influencing buying and selling decisions
  • - The percentage of profits distributed to shareholders
  • - The total debt of a company

occurs when two or more businesses in an industry agree to sell the same good or service at a set price

  • price fixing

What is the primary purpose of a stock exchange?

  • - Facilitating the buying and selling of company shares or stocks
  • - Facilitating the buying and selling of commodities
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Facilitating mergers and acquisitions

alternating periods of expansion and contraction in the economy

  • business cycle

What does the term "market maker" mean in finance?

  • - A firm or individual that provides liquidity to a market by buying or selling securities, typically acting as a middleman between buyers and sellers
  • - Buying and holding financial instruments for the long term
  • - Selling financial instruments within the same trading day
  • - Issuing government bonds

Long-term loans used to buy property

  • Housing Loans

is the general rise in prices throughout an economy

  • inflation

are the fundamental passionate and enduring principals, that guide its conduct over time

  • core values

What is the meaning of "market segmentation" in finance?

  • - The division of a market into smaller, distinct groups based on similar characteristics
  • - The total value of assets in a portfolio
  • - The percentage of profits distributed to shareholders
  • - The division of financial markets into different submarkets based on the types of financial instruments being traded

Savings, investment, and liquidity preferences

  • Factors affecting demand for funds

What does the term "market saturation" mean in finance?

  • - The division of a market into smaller, distinct groups based on similar characteristics
  • - The total value of assets in a portfolio
  • - The percentage of profits distributed to shareholders
  • - A point where demand for a product or service is satisfied, and further sales do not yield significant revenue growth

What does the term "market risk" mean in finance?

  • - The risk of losses due to adverse movements in market prices or factors affecting the entire market
  • - The total value of assets in a portfolio
  • - The percentage of profits distributed to shareholders
  • - The total debt of a company

In finance, what does the acronym ETF stand for?

  • - Equities Trading Fund
  • - Equity Transfer Fee
  • - Exchange-Traded Fund
  • - Equity Transfer Form

What does the term "circuit breaker" mean in finance?

  • - A mechanism that temporarily halts trading on an exchange to prevent significant market declines
  • - A type of government bond
  • - A type of stock
  • - A type of option

Financial asset providing ownership in a business

  • Share

What is the role of a financial advisor?

  • - Providing advice and guidance on financial matters, including investments, insurance, retirement, and tax planning
  • - Facilitating stock market transactions
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Managing personal savings accounts

What does the term "market efficiency" mean in finance?

  • - The total value of assets in a portfolio
  • - The degree to which stock prices reflect all available information and adjust to new information quickly and accurately
  • - The percentage of profits distributed to shareholders
  • - The total debt of a company

What does the term "market correction" mean in finance?

  • - A permanent decline in stock prices
  • - A temporary decline in stock prices
  • - A sudden increase in stock prices
  • - A significant decline in stock prices following a period of sustained market growth

What is the role of an investment portfolio in finance?

  • - A collection of various financial assets owned by an individual or institution
  • - Facilitating stock market transactions
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Managing personal savings accounts

western and southern states

  • a major regional shift in the US population toward

What is the meaning of "capital markets" in finance?

  • - Financial markets where long-term debt or equity securities are bought and sold
  • - Markets for buying and selling commodities
  • - Markets for short-term debt securities
  • - Markets for foreign exchange

What is the role of a financial planner?

  • - Managing personal savings accounts
  • - Creating financial plans and advising clients on investments, retirement, and other financial goals
  • - Facilitating stock market transactions
  • - Issuing government bonds

the 72 million americans born between 1977 and 1994, also called echo boom or boomlets

  • Generation Y

What does the term "commodities" refer to in finance?

  • - Raw materials or primary agricultural products that can be bought and sold, such as gold or oil
  • - Government bonds
  • - Stocks of well-established companies
  • - Options traded on the stock market

the total amount of money made in a year by one person

  • Gross income

Profits made by investors selling assets above purchase price

  • Capital gains

Market where borrowers in bond markets obtain funds

  • Bonds Market

What is the concept of "diversification" in finance?

  • - The process of converting assets into cash
  • - Spreading investments across various assets to reduce risk
  • - Merging different financial institutions
  • - Calculating the net worth of a company

What is the role of a financial analyst?

  • - Analyzing financial data and trends to provide investment advice
  • - Managing personal savings accounts
  • - Facilitating stock market transactions
  • - Issuing government bonds

What is the role of a stockbroker in the financial market?

  • - Facilitating buying and selling of securities on behalf of clients
  • - Setting interest rates for loans
  • - Auditing financial statements
  • - Managing government budgets

Allows consumers to purchase goods before full payment

  • Consumer Credit

gross, disposable, discretionary

  • Components of consumer income

A Bullish phase refers to a period of optimism

  • True
  • False

income used to by luxury items

  • Discretionary

What does the term "market manipulation" mean in finance?

  • - Illegally influencing the prices of stocks or commodities to create a false impression of market activity
  • - Buying and holding financial instruments for the long term
  • - Selling financial instruments within the same trading day
  • - Issuing government bonds

Which financial instrument represents a debt owed by the issuer to the holder?

  • - Bond
  • - Stock
  • - Derivative
  • - Option

What is the purpose of a credit default swap (CDS) in finance?

  • - Providing insurance against the default of a borrower or debt issuer
  • - Regulating international trade agreements
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Managing personal savings accounts
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What is the role of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in the United States?

  • - Regulating and overseeing the securities industry and stock and options exchanges
  • - Regulating the Federal Reserve
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Managing international trade agreements

The new issues market is also known as

  • a. Money market
  • b. Primary market
  • c. Stock exchange
  • d. Secondary market

Firms that hold funds as deposits and make loans

  • Financial intermediaries

What is the role of the Federal Reserve in the United States?

  • - Regulating the country's money supply and interest rates
  • - Regulating the stock market
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Overseeing international trade agreements

is how a market is organized based on the number of businesses competing for sales in an industry

  • market structure

Interest rate banks pay to borrow funds from other banks

  • Cash rate

Maturity period to call money is

  • a. 1 to 15 days
  • b. 15 to 90 days
  • c. 15 to 1 years
  • d. 1 to 30 days

Various products with different risk, return, and liquidity

  • Financial products

companies ability to pay liabilities

  • Solvency

What is the purpose of a financial derivative?

  • - Managing risk and providing a tool for speculation
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Facilitating stock market transactions
  • - Managing personal savings accounts

Company issuing shares for the first time

  • Initial public offerings

At present only two depositories are registered with SEBI .

  • True
  • False

What is the purpose of a futures exchange in finance?

  • - Facilitating stock market transactions
  • - Regulating international trade agreements
  • - Providing a platform for standardized futures contracts to be traded
  • - Managing personal savings accounts

What is the meaning of "market order" in finance?

  • - An order to buy or sell a security immediately at the current market price
  • - An order to buy or sell a security at a specific future date
  • - An order to buy a security at a lower price than the current market price
  • - An order to sell a security at a higher price than the current market price

core, values, mission and organizational culture

  • key elements of organizations foundation

Stimulate consumption, investment, and trade

  • Effects of low interest rates

What is the role of a custodian bank in finance?

  • - Regulating international trade agreements
  • - Safeguarding financial assets and executing transactions on behalf of institutional clients
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Managing personal savings accounts

What does the term "market price" mean in finance?

  • - The total value of assets in a portfolio
  • - The percentage of profits distributed to shareholders
  • - The current price at which an asset or security can be bought or sold in the market
  • - The total debt of a company

is the amount a borrower pays to a lender for a loan

  • interest

What is a blue-chip stock?

  • - A stock of a new company
  • - A stock with high volatility
  • - A stock of a well-established and financially sound company
  • - A stock with low market capitalization

Net balance of cash moving into and out of a business

  • Cash flow

when two or more businesses work together to remove their competition, set prices, and control distribution

  • collusion

is a privately owned organization that serves its customers in order to earn a profit so that it can survive

  • business firm

What does the term "short selling" mean in finance?

  • - Selling a security that the seller does not own, with the intention of buying it back later at a lower price
  • - Selling a security and buying it back at the same price
  • - Buying a security and selling it at a higher price
  • - Exchanging a security for another security

Which term refers to the overall behavior of a stock market?

  • - Dividends
  • - Assets
  • - Market sentiment
  • - Liabilities

the term that links employees, shareholders, board of directors, suppliers, distributors, creditors, local communities, customers of an organization

  • stakeholders

What does the term "bullion" refer to in finance?

  • - Precious metals like gold or silver in bulk form, typically used for trading and investment
  • - A type of government bond
  • - A type of stock
  • - A financial contract

Ease of converting asset into cash without affecting price

  • Liquidity

Relating to the total amount of money in a country

  • Monetary

What is the key function of a futures market?

  • - To facilitate the buying and selling of contracts for future delivery of commodities or financial instruments
  • - To manage personal savings accounts
  • - To issue government bonds
  • - To regulate government policies

What is the purpose of a stop order in finance?

  • - Facilitating stock market transactions
  • - Managing personal savings accounts
  • - Triggering a market order to buy or sell an asset when its price reaches a specified level
  • - Issuing government bonds

What is the meaning of "interest rate" in finance?

  • - The percentage of profits distributed to shareholders
  • - The percentage charged or paid for the use of money, typically expressed as an annual percentage rate
  • - The total value of assets in a portfolio
  • - The total debt of a company

What does the term "dividend" mean in finance?

  • - The interest earned on investments
  • - The total value of assets in a portfolio
  • - A portion of a company's profits distributed to shareholders
  • - The total debt of a company

What is the role of a stock index in finance?

  • - Representing the overall performance of a specific group of stocks to give an indication of market trends
  • - Facilitating stock market transactions
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Managing personal savings accounts

Instruments deals in capital market are

  • a) call money
  • b) Commercial Bill
  • c) Zero Coupon Bard
  • d) Equity Shares

Treasury bill is issued by

  • (a) development financial institution
  • (b) commercial bank
  • ( c ) selected individuals
  • ( d ) reserve bank of India

What is the primary purpose of a financial market?

  • - Facilitating the exchange of goods and services
  • - Facilitating the exchange of financial assets
  • - Regulating government policies
  • - Enhancing international diplomacy

What is the meaning of the term "bonds" in finance?

  • - Ownership shares of a company
  • - Debt securities issued by governments or corporations
  • - Options to buy a stock at a certain price
  • - Commodities traded on the futures market

this generation is known as savvy and demanding group of consumers, who feel personally responsible for making a difference in the world, they also have extraordinary optimism about their potential for fame and fortune

  • Generation Y

Market where financial products like swaps and futures are traded

  • Derivatives Market

Markets that bring together buyers and sellers of capital

  • Financial Markets

Individuals, businesses, and governments who borrow funds

  • Borrowers

statement of an accomplishment of a task to be achieved often by a specific time

  • goals

Money market is the source of ............................ finance

  • short term

What does the term "initial margin" mean in finance?

  • - The initial investment made in the stock market
  • - The minimum amount of funds required by a broker from an investor to open a margin account
  • - The total value of assets in a portfolio
  • - The percentage of profits distributed to shareholders

What does the term "bull market" mean?

  • - A market with declining stock prices
  • - A market with a strong upward trend and rising investor confidence
  • - A market with high volatility
  • - A market with low trading volumes

statement of financial position , provides a snapshot of a companies position at a certain time, investors use it to understand liquidity and solvency

  • Balance Sheet

The forces of demand and supply help to establish a.................. for the commodity as service in the financial market.

  • price

Full form of e-IPOs

  • a. Electronic internet Public Offer
  • b. Electronic Initial Private Offer
  • c. Electronic Initial Prospectus Offer
  • d. Electronic Initial Public Offer

What does the term "market surveillance" mean in finance?

  • - Monitoring and ensuring fair and efficient functioning of the financial markets
  • - Buying and holding financial instruments for the long term
  • - Selling financial instruments within the same trading day
  • - Issuing government bonds

is the tax spending decision made by the president and Congress

  • fiscal policy

Repayment of money owed with interest

  • Debt

set of values, ideas, attitudes, norms of behavior shared among members of an organization

  • organizational culture

Brings together people with temporary shortages and surpluses

  • Short Term Money Market

If a company is already in liquidity crunch and flotation costs of the issue would be high. What kind of instrument will be appoints for the money market.

  • a. Commercial Bills
  • b. Commercial paper
  • c. Treasury Bill
  • d. COD

the term used to identify an organizations long term course of action designed to deliver unique customer experience while achieving its goals

  • strategy

What is the purpose of a central clearinghouse in finance?

  • - Facilitating and guaranteeing trades, reducing counterparty risk in financial markets
  • - Regulating international trade agreements
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Managing personal savings accounts

What is the primary purpose of a hedge fund?

  • - Maximizing returns for investors by employing various strategies to mitigate risk
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Managing personal savings accounts
  • - Facilitating stock market transactions

is a certificate of debt issued by an organization or government

  • bond

is a measure of the average change in the prices paid by consumers for typical consumer goods and services over time

  • consumer price index (CPI)

What is the main function of an investment bank?

  • - Managing personal savings accounts
  • - Facilitating corporate finance, mergers, and acquisitions
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Setting interest rates for loans

is a period when the economy is growing and the GDP is rising

  • expansion

What does the term "401(k)" represent in finance?

  • - The stock market index for technology companies
  • - A tax-advantaged retirement savings plan offered by employers in the United States
  • - A government bond
  • - A type of mutual fund

Bonds issued to investors to raise money for the issuer

  • Bond insurances

Prices that fluctuate based on supply and demand

  • Bond prices

the generation of children born between 1946 and 1964

  • Baby Boomers

What is the meaning of the term "market capitalization"?

  • - The total value of a company's outstanding shares of stock, calculated by multiplying the stock price by the number of shares
  • - The net profit of a company
  • - The total debt of a company
  • - The dividends paid by a company

What is a bear market?

  • - A market with a strong upward trend
  • - A market with high volatility
  • - A market characterized by a prolonged decline in stock prices
  • - A market with low trading volumes

Total value of finished goods and services within a country

  • Gross Domestic Product

is the activities involved in buying and selling goods on a large scale, such as state-wide or nation-wide commerce

  • commerce

is a system and marketplace for buying and selling stocks

  • stock market

is a general decline in prices throughout an economy

  • deflation

What does the term "capital gain" mean in finance?

  • - The interest earned on investments
  • - The total value of assets in a portfolio
  • - The profit made from the sale of an asset, like stocks or real estate, at a higher price than its purchase price
  • - The total debt of a company

What does the term "capital adequacy" mean in finance?

  • - The total value of assets in a portfolio
  • - The percentage of profits distributed to shareholders
  • - Having enough capital to cover potential losses and meet regulatory requirements
  • - The total debt of a company

What does the term "futures contract" mean in finance?

  • - An agreement to buy or sell an asset at a specified future date for a price agreed upon today
  • - A government bond
  • - A type of stock
  • - A type of option

What does the term "default" mean in finance?

  • - Failure to fulfill a financial obligation or repayment of a debt
  • - A successful financial investment
  • - The total value of
  • assets in a portfolio
  • - The percentage of profits distributed to shareholders

promote fair trade and competition among business

  • antitrust fixing

Registration of collecting investing schemes and Mutual funds is a Regulatory function of SEBI

  • True
  • False

products that have low market share and low market growth rate

  • dogs

is the central bank of the United States, created by Congress in 1913

  • federal reserve system

What is the purpose of a trading halt in finance?

  • - Temporarily stopping trading in a security, usually due to significant news or events affecting the security
  • - Facilitating stock market transactions
  • - Regulating international trade agreements
  • - Managing personal savings accounts

a sudden drop in consumer income would be this environmental factor

  • Economic

What is the meaning of "market depth" in finance?

  • - The ability of a market to sustain relatively large market orders without impacting the price
  • - The total value of assets in a portfolio
  • - The percentage of profits distributed to shareholders
  • - The total debt of a company

An ideal Capital market is one

  • a. Where finance is available at higher cost.
  • b. Must provide insufficient information to investors.
  • c. Where market operations are inconsistent.
  • d. Which facilitates economic growth.

In the context of finance, what does "liquidity" refer to?

  • - The ease with which an asset can be bought or sold without significantly affecting its price
  • - The total value of assets a company holds
  • - The amount of debt a company has
  • - The stability of financial markets

Rate paid on call money is known as.................... rate.

  • call

What is the purpose of a stock split?

  • - To increase the number of shares outstanding and lower the price per share
  • - To decrease the number of shares outstanding and increase the price per share
  • - To merge with another company
  • - To issue government bonds

a non governmental organization, that serves its customers but does not have profit as organizational goal

  • non profit organization

Profit returns received by shareholders of a business

  • Dividends

Buying assets with intention of reselling for higher price

  • Speculation

in recent years many large firms have changed the title of the head marketing from vice president of marketing to this

  • chief marketing officer

What is the role of a credit union in finance?

  • - Providing financial services to a specific group of members, often with a focus on community
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Facilitating stock market transactions
  • - Managing international trade agreements

What is the role of the World Bank in finance?

  • - Providing financial and technical assistance to developing countries for development projects (e.g., infrastructure, healthcare)
  • - Regulating international trade agreements
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Managing personal savings accounts

is the total money circulating at any one time in a country

  • money supply

larger, younger and more diverse

  • Generally the US population is becoming

all of the people in a nation who are capable of working and want to work are called

  • labor force

What is the function of a central bank in a country's financial system?

  • - Regulating money supply, controlling interest rates, and ensuring financial stability
  • - Managing personal savings accounts
  • - Facilitating stock market transactions
  • - Issuing government bonds

What is the role of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in finance?

  • - Promoting international monetary cooperation and exchange rate stability, facilitating balanced trade, and providing resources to member countries
  • - Regulating international trade agreements
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Managing personal savings accounts

by understanding its core values an organization can take steps to define their mission statement, a declaration of organizations function in society, often identifying its customers, markets, products and technologies

  • mission statement

marks the end of expansion and is the highest point in the business cycle

  • peak

Debt used by businesses to invest in operations

  • Business Loans

What is the role of a venture capitalist?

  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Facilitating stock market transactions
  • - Providing capital to startups and small businesses in exchange for ownership equity or convertible debt
  • - Managing personal savings accounts

What does the term "market timing" mean in finance?

  • - Attempting to predict the future movements of market prices to buy and sell securities at the most opportune times
  • - Buying and holding financial instruments for the long term
  • - Selling financial instruments within the same trading day
  • - Issuing government bonds

is the rate of change in prices calculated on a monthly or yearly basis

  • inflation rate

What does ROI stand for in finance?

  • - Rightful Owner Investment
  • - Return on Investment
  • - Reverse Outstanding Interest
  • - Return of Income

describes the ability to pay liabilities as they come due next year

  • Liquidity

What does the term "market volatility" refer to in finance?

  • - The total value of assets in the market
  • - The speed at which markets change
  • - The ease of buying or selling in the market
  • - The degree of variation in trading price series over time

What does the term "blue sky laws" mean in finance?

  • - State regulations that aim to protect investors from securities fraud by requiring sellers to register their offerings and provide financial details
  • - Federal regulations governing stock market transactions
  • - International trade agreements for commodity trading
  • - Rules governing hedge funds

What does the term "margin call" mean in finance?

  • - A demand from a broker for additional funds or securities to cover a potential loss on a position
  • - Buying and holding financial instruments for the long term
  • - Selling financial instruments within the same trading day
  • - Issuing government bonds

Introduction of new financial services and products

  • Financial Innovation

15% of the population born between 1965 and 1976 also called baby bust

  • Generation X

is a large number of businesses selling similar, but not the same, products and at different prices (also known as imperfect competition)

  • monopolistic competition

a period of economic contraction that is severe and last a long time

  • depression

What does the term "hedging" mean in finance?

  • - Using financial instruments to offset potential losses from another investment
  • - Investing in high-risk assets
  • - Facilitating stock market transactions
  • - Issuing government bonds

description of population according to selected characteristics such as age, gender, ethnicity

  • demographics

Financial instrument of debt finance issued by entities

  • Bonds

What is the role of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) in the United States?

  • - Overseeing brokerage firms and their registered representatives to ensure fair and ethical practices
  • - Regulating international trade agreements
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Managing personal savings accounts

Variables that measure total economic activity for a nation

  • Economic aggregates

An money market instruments issued on behalf of Central Government.

  • a. Call Money
  • b. Treasury Bill
  • c. Commercial Paper
  • d. Commercial Bill

What is the purpose of a credit rating in

  • - Facilitating stock market transactions
  • - Managing personal savings accounts
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Assessing the creditworthiness of individuals or entities to determine their ability to repay debt

is a market structure with one business that has completely control of a market's entire supply of goods or services

  • monopoly

.Dematerialization is the process of holding securities in

  • a) Paper mode
  • b) Electronic mode
  • b) Physical form
  • d) Wallet

is the percentage of the civilian labor force that is unemployed

  • unemployment rate

What does IPO stand for in finance?

  • correct - - Initial Public Offer
  • correct - - Initial Public Offer
  • - Initial Public Ownership
  • - Initial Private Offering
  • - Initial Public Offering

Price of money, cost of borrowing, and return for lending

  • Interest rates

products that have high market share and high market growth rate

  • stars

Range of interest rates set by central bank

  • Policy interest rate corridor

What does the term "savings account" mean in finance?

  • - A deposit account held at a financial institution that provides principal security and a modest interest rate
  • - A type of government bond
  • - A type of stock
  • - A type of option

What does the term "day trading" mean in finance?

  • - Buying and selling financial instruments within the same trading day to profit from short-term price movements
  • - Buying and holding financial instruments for the long term
  • - Exchanging financial instruments with other traders
  • - Issuing government bonds

is focusing on the production of specific goods so that more products can be produced with the same amount of labor

  • specialization

is a competitive advantage based on factors other than price

  • nonprice competition

is characterized by a large number of businesses selling the same product at the same prices

  • perfect competition

is a policy that regulates the supply of money and interest rates by a central bank in an economy

  • monetary policy

is a measure of worker's production in a specific amount of time, such as an hour, a day, or a week

  • productivity

Sensex is the bench mark index of the NSE.

  • True
  • False

is when a lower price is the main reason for customers to buy from one business over another

  • price competition

Funds raised by selling off part of assets

  • Equity

Percentage of borrowed funds that must be paid back in interest

  • Nominal interest rates

What is the role of a financial ombudsman service?

  • - Regulating international trade agreements
  • - Resolving disputes between financial institutions and their customers
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Managing personal savings accounts

What is the role of a financial regulator?

  • - Overseeing and enforcing rules and regulations in the financial industry to ensure fair and transparent practices
  • - Facilitating stock market transactions
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Managing personal savings accounts

Price of money, cost of borrowing and return for lending

  • Interest Rates

is the market value of all final products produced in a country during a specific time period

  • gross domestic product (GDP)

when developing marketing programs for new offerings, marketing may provide staff to serve as part of cross functional teams of specialist from all functional units

  • cross-functional team

Company listing shares on stock exchange for the first time

  • Float

Discourage consumption, investment, and trade

  • Effects of high interest rates

What is the role of a credit rating agency in finance?

  • - Assessing the creditworthiness of borrowers and assigning credit ratings
  • - Facilitating stock market transactions
  • - Managing personal savings accounts
  • - Issuing government bonds

younger members of generation Y

  • Millennials

What is the role of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) in the United States?

  • - Regulating international trade agreements
  • - Protecting consumers in the financial sector by ensuring fair and transparent practices
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Managing personal savings accounts

What is the purpose of a credit score in finance?

  • - Facilitating stock market transactions
  • - Managing personal savings accounts
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Assessing a person's creditworthiness for obtaining loans and credit

is the lowest stage of a business cycle and marks the end of a recession

  • trough

What does the term "p/e ratio" stand for in finance?

  • - Portfolio to Equity Ratio
  • - Portfolio Earnings Ratio
  • - Price to Earnings Ratio
  • - Profit to Earnings Ratio

Financial market is a market for creation and exchange of ............................

  • financial assets

The maturity for money market instruments for a period of ..................................

  • one year

represents the cost of a loan and is expressed as a percent of the amount borrowed

  • interest rate

Channels through which interest rate changes impact the economy

  • Transmission mechanism

What is the role of the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) in finance?

  • - Regulating international trade agreements
  • - Facilitating stock market transactions
  • - Issuing government bonds
  • - Providing clearing, settlement, and information services for equities, corporate and municipal bonds, government and mortgage-backed securities

Which market deals with the issuance of new securities to raise capital?

  • - Equity market
  • - Primary market
  • - Secondary market
  • - Money market

the reward to a business firm for the risk it undertakes in marketing its offerings

  • Profit

Dinesh has 100 equity shares of a company. He wants to sell 500 of these shares. Which market should be approach?

  • a. Secondary market
  • b. Primary market
  • c. Financial markets.
  • Money market
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