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1. Which of the following statements about the OTC market istrue?

A. An OTC market is an organized exchange where there is acentral trading location.

B.

OTC security transactions are made on the floor of an exchangeby traders.

C.

Securities that are not listed on an organized exchange arebought and sold on the OTC market.

D.

Securities that are listed on an organized exchange are boughtand sold in the OTC market.

2. Which of the following theories states that security pricesreflect all information, whether public or private?

A. Weak-form efficiency.

B.

Semistrong-form efficiency.

C.

Nominal-form efficiency.

D.

Strong-form efficiency.

3. Which of the following is a primary investment vehicle forthe funds in which life insurance companies must invest?

A.Both equity securities and long-term corporate bonds.

B.

CDs.

C.

Equity securities.

D.

Long-term corporate bonds.

4. Large firms are most likely to use money markets for thefollowing reason:

A. To make long term investments.

B.

To buy commercial paper at lower interest rates than it couldsell through a bank.

C.

To finance long term investments.

D.

To adjust their liquidity position.

5. Which of the following is true of the New York StockExchange?

A. It is an organized exchange.

B.

It has no central trading location.

C.

It is an over-the-counter exchange.

D.

It can be used by all U.S citizens.

6. Which of the following is true of an efficient market?

A. Market prices of securities of companies in the same industryare all same.

B.

Market prices adjust quickly to new information as it becomesavailable.

C. All information contained in past prices of a security isreflected in its current price but that there is both public andprivate information that is not.

D.

Securities have no systematic risk.

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Jarrod Robel
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