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Which of the following types of bonds is least likely

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4.Which of the following types of bonds isleastlikely to be guaranteed by a national government?A. Supranational bonds.B. Sovereign bonds.C. Non‐sovereign bonds.Answer: CBonds issued by supranational organizations can be guaranteed by national governments in somecases. Sovereign bonds are backed by the “full faith and credit” of the issuing government. Non‐sovereign bonds are not guaranteed by national governments.tee ho
5.Which of the following types of bonds, if issued in the U.S.,mostlikely carries the highest creditrisk?
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6.Which of the following isleastlikely an example of internal credit enhancement?
7.Which of the following ismostlikely used to mitigate third party credit risk entailed by externalcredit enhancement?
8.Which of the following isleastlikely a positive covenant?A.Make timely payments to bondholders.B. Negative pledges.C. Pay taxes.Answer: BNegative pledges are an examples of negative covenants. They prevent issuers from issuing bondswith a higher rank in the priority of claims than bonds held by existing shareholders.

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