BEC Financial Management Review 5

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  1. Bonds are called ----------------- for 2 weeks
    after they are issued, after that they are called out-standing or seasoned
    issued.
    • Bonds are called new issues for 2 weeks after
    • they are issued, after that they are called out-standing or seasoned issued.
  2. Bonds are called new issues for 2 weeks after
    they are issued, after that they are called ----------------------or seasoned
    issued.
    • Bonds are called new issues for 2 weeks after
    • they are issued, after that they are called out-standing or seasoned issued.
  3. Bonds are called new issues for 2 weeks after
    they are issued, after that they are called out-standing or -------------------------------.
    • Bonds are called new issues for 2 weeks after
    • they are issued, after that they are called out-standing or seasoned issued.
  4. ---------------- promise the payout of a
    specified amount of interest for a stated number of years and for repayment of
    the par value at the maturity date.
    • Bonds promise the payout of a specified amount of interest for a stated number of years and for repayment of the par value at
    • the maturity date.
  5. Bonds promise the payout of a specified amount of interest for a stated number of years and for repayment of the par value at
    the maturity date.
    • Bonds promise the payout of a specified amount of interest for a stated number of years and for repayment of the -----------------------
    • at the maturity date.
  6. If a bond pays a higher interest rate than the
    market rate, the difference is a -------------------.
    • If a bond pays a higher interest rate than the
    • market rate, the difference is a premium.
  7. What is the Yield to Maturity (YTM)?
    • The yield to maturity or rate on return on a
    • bond is the effective or real rate of interest the bondholders earns as opposed
    • to the stated rate.
  8. --------------------------- represents a right
    to receive a corporations dividends and any residual assets upon dissolution.
    • Common stock represents a right to receive a
    • corporations dividends and any residual assets upon dissolution.
  9. Common stock represents a right to receive a
    corporations -------------------- and any --------------------------- upon
    dissolution.
    • Common stock represents a right to receive a
    • corporations dividends and any residual assets upon dissolution.
  10. If stock is sold at a price higher then was paid
    for it, the result is a capital -------.
    • If stock is sold at a price higher then was paid
    • for it, the result is a capital gain
  11. If stock is sold at a price lower than was paid
    for it, the result is a capital -------.
    • If stock is sold at a price lower than was paid
    • for it, the result is a capital loss.

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