Task 1 Question 1. What is the value of the securities

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Task 1
Question 1. What is the value of the securities?
1) the rights that it gives to its owner.
2) The fact that security - is money.
3) The fact that security - a commodity.
4) that guarantees income.
5) that they have a paper form.
Question 2. What is the basic property of a registered security?
1) The name of the owner does not need to register.
2) All transactions with it are subject to fixing registration.
3) Always have a paper form.
4) Has the preferential taxation.
5) gives more income than bearer securities.
Question 3. What is the basis of the underlying stock?
1) Economic rights to any asset.
2) Shares.
3) Bonds.
4) Bills of exchange, checks.
5) Warrants.
Question 4. What is the basis of the secondary securities market?
1) The depositary notes.
2) Warrants.
3) This product, money.
4) Property, various resources.
5) Primary securities.
Question 5. What is the period of existence of short-term securities have?
1) One month.
2) Up to 1 year.
3) More than 1 year to 5-10 years.
4) More than 10 years.
5) Up to 20-30 years.

Task 2.

Question 1: Must the company to return the capital invested in stocks?
1) shall not be obliged to return their capital to investors.
2) is obliged to return capital.
3) are required to partially return capital.
4) are required to pay a dividend.
5) is obliged to return the invested capital with a deferred payment.
Question 2: Which of the details required for the action?
1) Name of the nominal value.
2) Signature of the shares.
3) The name of the agent bank.
4) Place of treatment.
5) The issuer's obligation to pay a fixed amount
the form of dividends.
Question 3: Are the shares of joint stock companies sold their owners without the consent of other shareholders of this company?
1) can not be sold.
2) may be sold.
3) may be sold after some time.
4) may be sold only to other members of society.
5) may not be sold under any circumstances.
Question 4: What is the priority of payment of dividends on the types of shares?
1) At the same time on all types of shares.
2) First, for preference, then ordinary.
3) First, on common then for preference.
4) Before allocations to the reserve fund.
5) Only for the privileged.
Question 5. What course of action is called?
1) The market price per 100 currency units
2) The yield on the shares.
3) The ratio between the dividend and the market price of the shares.
4) The ratio between dividends and par value.
5) The relationship between the lending rate and dividend.

Task 3.

Question 1. What is a bond?
1) The right to own assets.
2) debt.
3) the means of payment.
4) Credit to the population of the state.
5) Loan Bank entities.
Question 2. What type of bonds give their holders the right to exchange them for shares of the same issuer?
1) Non-convertible.
2) Convertible.
3) provision of a guarantee.
4) Short term.
5) Long-term.
Question 3. What does the nominal value of the bonds, printed on the bonds?
1) market value.
2) The amount that borrows and refundable
expiry of the term of the bond issue.
3) Interest on bonds.
4) Sales price bonds at a discount, rubles.
5) The total income on bonds.
Question 4: What is the purchase of bonds at a discount?
1) Purchase of the nominal value.
2) Purchase at the market value.
3) Buying at a discount.
4) Purchase of government bonds.
5) Purchase of bonds not secured.
Question 5. What is the bond's yield?
1) The amount payable per year per cent.
2) the market value at which it was acquired.
3) The relative index showing income
per unit cost.
4) The amount of the discount on the bonds.
5) The difference between the sale price and the purchase of bonds.

Task 4.

Question 1: What are the government securities?
1) It is a f

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