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Graded quiz on the content of Module 3

Graded quiz on the content of Module 3 >> Understanding Financial Markets

Graded quiz on the content of Module 3

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Into which of the following (explicit and implicit) barriers for investing in emerging market equity would you classify such an event?

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  • 10-year Indian bond issued in local currency: 8%
  • 8-year Indian bond issued in US dollar: 6%
  • 10-year US bond issued in US dollar: 4%
  • 8-year US bond issued in US dollar: 3%

Which of the following statement is/are true?

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This picture was taken in Germany in 1923 and shows children playing with stacks of banknotes.

Which of the following statements are true?

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  • Pete thinks that both company ABC and XYZ will perform equally well.
  • Mary thinks that company XYZ will perform badly but has neutral views on the performance of company ABC.
  • Roger thinks that company XYZ will perform badly while company ABC will perform very well.
  • Lucy thinks that company ABC will perform well but has neutral views on the performance of company XYZ.

Given their views, which of the following sets of strategies are the one they are most likely to pursue?

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  • Pete will have two long positions of equal size in the stocks of ABC and XYZ.
  • Mary will have a short position in the stock of XYZ.
  • Roger will have a short position in the stock of ABC and a long position in the stock of XYZ.
  • Lucy will have a long position in the stock of ABC.
  • Pete will have two long positions of equal size in the stocks of ABC and XYZ.
  • Mary will have a short position in the stock of ABC.
  • Roger will have a short position in the stock of XYZ and a long position in the stock of ABC.
  • Lucy will have a long position in the stock of XYZ.
  • Pete will have two long positions of equal size in the stocks of ABC and XYZ.
  • Mary will have a short position in the stock of XYZ.
  • Roger will have a short position in the stock of XYZ and a long position in the stock of ABC.
  • Lucy will have a long position in the stock of ABC.
  • Pete will have a short position in the stock of XYZ.
  • Mary will have two long positions of equal size in the stocks of ABC and XYZ.
  • Roger will have a long position in the stock of ABC.
  • Lucy will have a short position in the stock of XYZ and a long position in the stock of ABC.
  • Roger will have two long positions of equal size in the stocks of ABC and XYZ.
  • Mary will have a short position in the stock of XYZ.
  • Pete will have a short position in the stock of XYZ and a long position in the stock of ABC.
  • Lucy will have a long position in the stock of ABC.
 
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