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12 Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. In any given year, what percent of new international bonds are likely to be Eurobonds rather than foreign bonds A. 80% B. 45% C. 25% D. 15% 2. In any given year, what percent of outstanding bonds are likely to be international rather than domestic bonds? A. 68% B. 32% C. 50% D. 5% 3. A "foreign bond" issue is A . one denominated in a particular currency but sold to investors in national capital markets other than the country that issued the denominating currency B. one offered by a foreign borrower to investors in a national market and denominated in that nation's currency C. for example, a German MNC issuing dollar-denominated bonds to U.S. investors D. b) and c) 4. The four currencies in which the majority of domestic and international bonds are denominated are A. U.S. dollar, the euro, the Indian rupee, and the Chinese Yuan. B. U.S. dollar, the euro, the pound sterling, and the Swiss franc. C. U.S. dollar, the euro, the Swiss franc, and the yen. D. U.S. dollar, the euro, the pound sterling, and the yen. 5. A "Eurobond" issue is A . one denominated in a particular currency but sold to investors in national capital markets other than the country that issued the denominating currency B. usually a bearer bond C. for example a Dutch borrower issuing dollar-denominated bonds to investors in the U.K., Switzerland, and the Netherlands D. All of the above 6. Proportionately more domestic bonds than international bonds are denominated in the ______ and the ______ while more international bonds than domestic bonds are denominated in the _________ and the ________. A. Euro and the yen, the dollar and the pound sterling. B. Dollar and the pound sterling, the euro and the yen. C. Euro and the pound sterling, the dollar and the yen. D. Dollar and the yen, the euro and the pound sterling. 7. In any given year, rightly 80 percent of new international bonds are likely to be A. Eurobonds B. Foreign currency bonds C. Domestic bonds D. None of the above 8. "Yankee" bonds are A. dollar-denominated foreign bonds originally sold to U.S. investors B. yen-denominated foreign bonds originally sold in Japan C. pound sterling-denominated foreign bonds originally sold in the U.K. D. none of the above. 9. "Samurai" bonds are A. dollar-denominated foreign bonds originally sold to U.S. investors B. yen-denominated foreign bonds originally sold in Japan C. pound sterling-denominated foreign bonds originally sold in the U.K. D. none of the above. 10. "Bulldog" bonds are A. dollar-denominated foreign bonds originally sold to U.S. investors B. yen-denominated foreign bonds originally sold in Japan C. pound sterling-denominated foreign bonds originally sold in the U.K.... View Full Document

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