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1. Alyssa is opening a bicycle shop, and her monthly expenditures to get the shop up and running exceed her monthly income. Alyssa is best described as a (Points : 1)
saver or as a supplier of funds.
saver or as a demander of funds.
borrower or as a supplier of funds.
borrower or as a demander of funds.


2. Which of the following statements is correct? (Points : 1)
The expected future profitability of a corporation influences the demand for that corporation’s stock.
When a corporation sells stock as a means of raising funds it is engaging in debt finance.
The owners of bonds sold by the Microsoft Corporation are part owners of that corporation.
All bonds are, by definition, perpetuities.


3. Which of the following is not correct? (Points : 1)
If you buy a bond from a corporation, you can sell the bond to someone else before it matures.
Term refers to the scheduling of periodic interest rate payments on a bond.
A bond is an IOU.
There are millions of different bonds in the U.S. economy.


4. We associate the term debt finance with (Points : 1)
the bond market, and we associate the term equity finance with the stock market.
the stock market, and we associate the term equity finance with the bond market.
financial intermediaries, and we associate the term equity finance with financial markets.
financial markets, and we associate the term equity finance with financial intermediaries.


5. You hold bonds issued by the state of Ohio. The interest you earn each year on these bonds (Points : 1)
is not subject to federal income tax and so these bonds pay a higher interest rate than otherwise comparable bonds issued by the U.S. government.
is not subject to federal income tax and so these bonds pay a lower interest rate than otherwise comparable bonds issued by the U.S. government.
is subject to federal income tax and so these bonds pay a higher interest rate than otherwise comparable bonds issued by the U.S. government.
is subject to federal income tax and so these bonds pay a lower interest rate than otherwise comparable bonds issued by the U.S. government.


6. Municipal bonds pay a relatively (Points : 1)
low rate of interest because of their high default risk and because the interest they pay is subject to federal income tax.
low rate of interest because of their low default risk and because the interest they pay is not subject to federal income tax.
high rate of interest because of their high default risk and because federal taxes must be paid on the interest they pay.
high rate of interest because of their low default risk and because the interest they pay is not subject to federal income tax.


7. Thomas Publishing has a share price of $28, retained earnings of $0.60 per share, and a dividend yield of 5 percent. What is its price-earnings ratio? (Points : 1)
24
16
14
12


8. Suppose XXXXX XXXXX Corporation stock has a P/E ratio of 8. This P/E ratio is relatively (Points : 1)
low, indicating that buyers may expect earnings to rise.
low, indicating that buyers may expect earnings to fall.
high, indicating that buyers may expect earnings to rise.
high, indicating that buyers may expect earnings to fall.


9. A U.S. Treasury bond is a (Points : 1)
store of value and common medium of exchange.
store of value, but not a common medium of exchange.
a common medium of exchange, but not a store of value.
neither a store of value nor a common medium of exchange.


10. Fortunade Corporation stock has a price of $100 per share, a dividend of $1.60 per share, and retained earnings of $2.00 per share. The dividend yield on this stock is (Points : 1)
2.8 percent.
2.0 percent.
1.6 percent.
0.4 percent.


11. People who buy newly issued stock in a corporation such as Crate and Barrel provide (Points : 1)
debt finance and so become part owners of Crate and Barrel.
debt finance and so become creditors of Crate and Barrel.
equity finance and so become part owners of Crate and Barrel.
equity finance and so become creditors of Crate and Barrel.


12. A low P/E for a stock indicates that (Points : 1)
people may expect earnings to fall in the future, perhaps because the firm will be faced with increased competition.
its dividends have been low so that no one is willing to pay very much for it.
the corporation is possibly overvalued.
All of the above are correct.


13. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is now based on the prices of the stocks of (Points : 1)
30 major U.S. corporations.
100 major U.S. corporations.
500 repr
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13. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is now based on the
prices of the stocks of (Points : 1)

30 major U.S.
corporations.

100 major U.S.
corporations.

500 representative U.S.
corporations.

1,000 representative U.S.
corporations.














14. Compared to bondholders, stockholders (Points : 1)

face higher risk and have the potential for
higher returns.

face higher risk but receive a fixed
payment.

face lower risk and have the potential for
higher returns.

face lower risk but receive a fixed
payment.














15. In the small closed economy of San Lucretia, the
currency is the denar. Statistics for last year show that private saving was 60
billion denars, taxes were 70 billion denars, government purchases of goods and
services were 80 billion denars, there were no transfer payments by the
government, and GDP was 400 billion denars. What were consumption and investment
in San Lucretia? (Points : 1)

270 billion denars, 50 billion
denars

260 billion denars, 60 billion
denars

250 billion denars, 70 billion
denars

None of the above is
correct.














16. Which of the following lists correctly identifies the
four expenditure categories of GDP? (Points : 1)

consumption, government purchases, investment,
net-exports

consumption, investment, depreciation,
net-exports

consumption, saving, investment,
depreciation,

consumption, government purchases, investment,
savings














17. In a closed economy, what remains after paying for
consumption and government purchases is (Points : 1)

national disposable
income.

national saving.

public saving.

private saving.















18. Which of the following is not always correct for
a closed economy? (Points : 1)

National saving equals private saving plus
public saving.

Net exports equal zero.

Real GDP measures both income and
expenditures.

Private saving equals
investment.














19. If Congress reduced the tax rate on interest income,
investment (Points : 1)

would increase and saving would
decrease.

would decrease and saving would
increase.

and saving would
increase.

and saving would
decrease.














20. It is claimed that a secondary advantage of mutual
funds is that (Points : 1)

an investor can avoid investment charges and
fees.

they give ordinary people access to loanable
funds for investing.

they usually outperform stock market
indexes.

they give ordinary people access to the skills
of professional money managers.
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