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Quiz _2 KEY - Quiz Number 2Take Home Financial Markets in...

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Quiz Number 2—Take Home! Financial Markets in the Global Society February 3, 2011 Name______________________ 1) The SEC is the regulatory body that is considering limiting the size of speculative positions for energy markets. T F 2) From class discussion (and from what we may hear others say!), what could be considered a very good job description of a trader? (Two words!! Starts with a “p” and an “s”) I told you this would be on a test! Problem solver. 3) Based on what we have discussed in class (and also based on the feedback provided for some trading project postings) about risk/reward strategy, if you are risking 50 points on a position, it is probably prudent to be targeting a profit of (for example) (A) 50 points (B) 200 points (C) 20 points 4) In class it was mentioned that is likely that we will see which of the following things occur (multiple answers—get them ALL right to receive credit ). (A) Consolidation between Chicago Exchanges (B) Consolidations between Domestic Exchanges (C) Consolidation between Exchanges in different countries. 5) Scott Gordon mentioned 3 specific market drivers while discussing the dynamics of the marketplace. Name all three of them. (Worth two questions!) Globalization, Technology, Regulation 6) Scott Gordon mentioned three important components of the marketplace. They are customers, intermediaries (brokers and dealers), and markets (exchanges, OTC, etc.). T F 7) Scott Gordon mentioned 3 C’s. Which one did Scott (and I!) say best characterized the current relationship between the Dealer/Brokers and the Exchanges with regard to the OTC markets? (A) Competition (B) Cooperation
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