Eurobonds a are usually issued in bearer form b

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31.Eurobonds:a.are usually issued in bearer form.b.typically carry several protective covenants.c.cannot contain call provisions.d.A and B
ANS:A
PTS:132.Which of the following is true?
PTS:133.Eurobonds:
PTS:134.Which currency is used the most to denominate Eurobonds?
PTS:135.When the foreign exchange market opens in the U.S. each morning, theopening exchange rate quotations will be based on the:a.closing prices in the U.S. during the previous day.b.closing prices in Canada during the previous day.c.prevailing prices in locations where the foreign exchange markets have been open.d.officially set by central banks before the U.S. market opens.ANS:C
PTS:136.The U.S. dollar is not ever used as a medium of exchange in:
PTS:137.Which of the following is not true regarding the Bretton Woods Agreement?
PTS:138.A Japanese yen is worth $.0080, and a Fijian dollar (F$) is worth $.5900. What is the value of the yen in Fijian dollars (i.e., how many Fijian dollars do you need to buy a yen)?
PTS:139.The existence of imperfect markets has prevented the internationalization of financial markets.a. Trueb. FalseANS:F
PTS:140.Under the gold standard, each currency was convertible into gold at a specified rate, and the exchange rate between two currencies was determined bytheir relative convertibility rates per ounce of gold.
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