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Exam # 2 B FIN 340, Fall 07 Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. The values of beta coefficients of securities are ___________. A. usually positive, but are not restricted in any particular way B. always positive C. always negative D. always between positive 1 and negative 1 2. According to the CAPM, the risk premium an investor expects to receive on any stock or portfolio is ________________. 3. A big increase in government spending is an example of __________. 4. Attempting to forecast future earnings and dividends is consistent with which of the following approaches to securities analysis? Professor Milligan Exam #2 B
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5. An underpriced stock provides an expected return which is _______________ the required return based on the capital asset pricing model (CAPM). A. equal to B. greater than C. less than D. greater than or equal to 6. What is the expected return on the market? 7. Which of the following is not one of the three key financial statements available to investors in publicly traded firms? 8. Risk that can be eliminated through diversification is called ______ risk. Professor Milligan Exam #2 B
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9. An increase in the price of imported oil is an example of __________. A. none of the above B. a supply shock C. an unsurprising shock D. a demand shock 10. Standard deviation is a measure of ____________. 11. The analysis of the determinants of firm value is called ______________.
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