Saturday, May 16, 2015

Day 30 - Questions


Day 30 - Commodity Market, Heding, etc.

( Commodity Market, Hedging, Blue Chip, Bear and Bull )


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1.  A commodity market is a market that trades in primary/raw products, rather than manufactured products. Commodities include -
a.  Soft commodities, like wheat, cocoa, sugar, etc (agricultural products)
b.  Hard commodities, like gold, rubber, oil, etc (mined products)
c.  Both (a) and (b)
d.  None of the above

2.  Commodity Market trading can include -
a.  Physical trading
b.  Derivatives trading (futures, forwards, options, etc.)
c.  Both (a) and (b)
d.  None of the above

3.  Which of the following is/are commodity exchanges of India?
a.  Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX)
b.  National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX)
c.  National Multi-Commodity Exchange (NMCE)
d.  All of the above

4.  Which of the following is the regulatory body of Commodity Market / Derivative Market?
a.  Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
b.  Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)
c.  Forwards Market Commission (FMC)
d.  None of the above
* FM Arun Jaitley announced merger of FMC with SEBI in his Budget 2015-16 speech


5.  Who is the current chairman of Forwards Market Commission (FMC)?
a.  Ramesh Abhishek
b.  Raghuram Rajan
c.  U.K.Sinha
d.  S.S.Mundra

6.  Hedging is the process of -
a.  increasing risk
b.  reducing risk
c.  increasing profit
d.  reducing profit

7.  Nationally recognized and financially sound companies, investment on which is considered reliable are known as -
a.  Blue Chip companies
b.  Red Chip companies
c.  Green Chip companies
d.  Black Chip companies

8.  Which of the following is/are considered as Blue chip companies of India?
a.  HDFC
b.  Reliance
c.  Infosys
d.  All of the above

9.  In market trends, Bull market is -
a.  A period of generally rising share prices in stock market
b.  A period of generally lowering share prices in stock market
c.  A period of generally stagnant share prices in stock market
d.  None of the above

10.  Which of the following is true regarding Bear and Bull in market trends?
a.  Bear means upward and Bull means downward market trends
b.  Bear means downward and Bull means upward market trends
c.  Bear means stagnant and Bull means upward market trends
d.  Bear means upward and Bull means stagnant market trends


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