Capital Market MCQ
What Is Capital Market MCQ
Capital market is referred to as a market where trading of financial securities like stocks, bonds, etc takes place between buyer and seller of those securities. The buyers and sellers of these markets are either individuals or institutions.
Following are some of the multiple choice questions on the capital market with answers that will help the students in developing their knowledge.
1 Who controls the capital market in India?
2 Which of the following reasons is not responsible for the ups and downs in the Sensex?
(B) Monetary policy
(C) Political instability
(D) None of the following
3 How many companies are included in the SENSEX of India?
4 Which of the following is not a credit rating agency?
5.Which of the following TERM does not belong to the stock exchange?
6 Which of the following might be a reason for a stock market to lose value suddenly?
A A big company going bankrupt
B Fear of a global recession
C A terrorist attack
D All of these
7 What is SP-500?
A A crop of wheat
B The name of Mumbai-based office of SEBI
C A stock exchange of USA
D A scheme announced by the Government of India
8 Which of the following words does not belong to the stock exchange?
9 Which of the following cities does NOT have a formal stock exchange?
C Monte Carlo
D Hong Kong
10 Which term most accurately describes selling shares at a higher price than the price at which they were bought?