FIN 100 QUIZ 3 CHAPTER 6,7,8,10



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FIN 100 QUIZ 3 CHAPTER 6,7,8,10

The traveler’s letter of credit is usually used by:

A documentary draft is accompanied, among other things, by a (n):

The exchange rate is the rate at which a given unit of foreign currency is quoted in terms of:

An instrument through which a bank retains title to goods until they are paid for is called a (n)

Purchasing commodities, securities, or bills of exchange in one market and immediately selling them in another to make a profit from price differences in the two markets is called:

Which one the following four basic economic units consistently represents a savings surplus unit?

The primary factors that influence the amount of savings in any given period include all of the following EXCEPT:

Gross domestic product is equal to the sum of all of the following EXCEPT:

Personal consumption expenditures (PCE) does not include:

Which of the following is a savings surplus unit?

Securities that may be bought and sold through the usual market channels are called:

Sources of loanable funds do not include:

If you expect the inflation premium to be 2%, the default risk premium to be 1% and the real interest rate to be 4%, what interest would you expect to observe in the marketplace under the simplest form of market interest rates?

Compensation for those financial debt instruments that cannot be easily converted to cash at prices close to estimated fair market values is termed:

When investors expect __________ inflation rates they will require __________ nominal interest rates so that a real rate of return will remain after the inflation.

Which of the following types of stocks have the lowest risk to shareholders?

All of the following represent bonds secured by real assets except a (n):

An individual or organization that represents the bondholders to ensure the indenture’s provisions are respected by the bond issuer is called a (n):

Dollar-denominated bonds that are issued in the United States by a foreign issuer are called:

According to Standard & Poors and Fitch, bonds rated ______ and below are considered to be speculative or “junk.”