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Chapter 1

Bond Markets

MCQ 1: The exchange markets and over the counter markets are considered as two types of

A. floating market

B. risky market

C. secondary market

D. primary market

MCQ 2: The current market price of common stock is $15 USD and the conversion rate received on conversion is $320 USD to calculate

A. $3,800

B. $2,800

C. $4,800

D. $5,800

MCQ 3: The bonds that are backed by cash flow from project and are sold to finance particular project are classified as

A. finance bonds

B. revenue bonds

C. financing bonds

D. project bonds

MCQ 4: The treasury notes that provide returns tied to inflation rate are classified as

A. clean price bonds

B. discount index bonds

C. premium index bonds

D. inflation index bonds

MCQ 5: The type of bonds in which there are many maturity dates and part of issue is paid off at every maturity date is considered as

A. pledged bonds

B. serial bonds

C. series bonds

D. parallel bonds

MCQ 6: The placement of financial issue in which investment bank and municipality together finds the large buyers is classified as

A. reserve placement

B. federal placement

C. private placement

D. government placement

MCQ 7: The bonds having longer maturity on original loans than promised payments are classified as

A. developed bonds

B. developing bonds

C. Brady bonds

D. swapped bonds

MCQ 8: If the trading of municipal bonds is infrequent, then secondary market is considered as

A. thin markets

B. thick markets

C. higher underwriting

D. lower underwriting

MCQ 9: The difference between face value of the bond and the call price of the bond is considered as

A. call premium

B. call provision

C. discount premium

D. discount provision

MCQ 10: The bonds that are considered investment rating bonds are given the rating of

A. triple B rating bonds

B. double B

C. triple A

D. double A

MCQ 11: Considering the yields of bonds, the secured bonds as compared to unsecured bonds have

A. higher yields

B. lower yields

C. untimed yields

D. termed yields

MCQ 12: IN negotiated sale, the services provided by the investment banks are

A. origination services

B. document collection services

C. advising services

D. both a and c

MCQ 13: The auction of the TIPS security is classified as

A. premium bid auction

B. discount bid auction

C. multiple bid auction

D. One bid auction

MCQ 14: The source of funds for the repayment of municipal bonds is considered as

A. local tax and revenue

B. global tax and revenue

C. print notes

D. commercial notes

MCQ 15: The bond holder can make profit by returning the bonds and exchanging with other securities if market value with conversion value

A. exceed non-convertible value

B. exceed collateral value

C. exceed mortgage value

D. exceeds market value of bond

MCQ 16: The Eurobonds are placed for buying and selling in primary markets by the

A. investment banks

B. commercial banks

C. euro transfer agencies

D. currency deposit banks

MCQ 17: The treasury bonds and notes pays the interest rate is classified as

A. LIBOR rate monthly

B. coupon interest monthly

C. coupon interest semiannually

D. coupon interest annually

MCQ 18: The securities with the lower default risk and having highest credit quality are assigned the rating of

A. double B

B. triple B

C. triple A

D. double A

MCQ 19: The financial securities issued by the local and state governments are classified as

A. municipal bonds

B. reserve bonds

C. state bonds

D. federal bonds

MCQ 20: As compared to Treasury bonds, the trading of municipal bonds in trading market is considered as

A. more index inflation

B. less indexed inflation

C. less active

D. more active

MCQ 21: The current selling price of the municipal bonds available to bond holders is used to calculate

A. yield to income tax

B. yield to municipal bonds

C. yield to tax rate

D. yield to revenue bonds

MCQ 22: The call premium is $640 USD and the face value of the bond is $285 USD then the call price of bonds is

A. $2.25

B. $355

C. $925

D. 2.25%

MCQ 23: The call premium is $456 USD and the face value of the bond is $234 USD then the call price of bonds is

A. $1.95

B. 1.95%

C. $222

D. $690

MCQ 24: According to marketability feature, the bonds which are attached to stock warrants have

A. decreased floatation

B. increased floatation

C. increased marketability

D. decreased marketability

MCQ 25: The bonds issued by corporations for relatively longer term are classified as

A. long term bonds

B. short term bonds

C. corporate bonds

D. Federal Reserve bonds

MCQ 26: The rate of return on non-callable bonds is added into value of issuer option to calculate

A. return on assets

B. return on callable bond

C. return on non-callable bonds

D. return on equity

MCQ 27: The principal value of TIPS is increased or decreased and is based on the measure of

A. consumer price index

B. manufacturing price index

C. auction selling index

D. inflation payment index

MCQ 28: As compared to non-convertible bonds, the yield on the convertible bond is

A. relatively lower

B. relatively higher

C. relatively zero

D. relatively discounted

MCQ 29: The face value of the bond is $450 USD and the call price of bond is $250 USD then the value of call premium is

A. 1.80%

B. $200

C. $700