FinMktHW1 - Financial Markets & Institutions Module 1 Page...

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Module 1 Page 22: 1) A) Primary Market B) Primary Market C) Secondary Market D) Secondary Market E) Secondary Market 2) A) Capital Market Security B) Capital Market Security C) Capital Market Security D) Capital Market Security E) Money Market Security F) Money Market Security G) Money Market Security H) Money Market Security I) Money Market Security J) Money Market Security 5) Stocks and bonds are usually the major instruments traded in the capital markets. 9) Deposit managing institutions (Banks & Credit Unions; Bank of America, Chase, Capital One) manage deposits, conduct monetary transactions of their customers and offer loans. Insurance companies (Geico, State Farm) offer a form of risk management in exchange for payment of their service. Brokers (Stub-Hub) mediate a transaction between a buy and a seller. 13) Liquidity risk occurs when savers are not able to sell their securities at the time that they want to. Banks offer deposits that can be withdrawn at virtually
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2011 for the course BUS 101 taught by Professor Noname during the Spring '11 term at Albany State University.

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FinMktHW1 - Financial Markets & Institutions Module 1 Page...

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