ECO 410 Week 8 Quiz 7 Chapter 13 and 14 – Strayer

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Chapter 13

The Global Cost and Availability of Capital

13.1 Financial Globalization and Strategy

Multiple Choice

1) If a firm lies within a country with ________ or ________ domestic capital markets, it can achieve lower global cost and greater availability of capital with a properly designed and implemented strategy to participate in international capital markets.
A) liquid; segmented
B) liquid; large
C) illiquid; segmented
D) large; illiquid

2) Other things equal, a firm that must obtain its long-term debt and equity in a highly illiquid domestic securities market will probably have a:
A) relatively low cost of capital.
B) relatively high cost of capital.
C) relatively average cost of capital.
D) cost of capital that we cannot estimate from this question.

3) Relatively high costs of capital are more likely to occur in:
A) highly illiquid domestic securities markets.
B) highly liquid domestic securities markets.
C) unsegmented domestic securities markets.
D) none of the above

4) Reasons that firms may find themselves with relatively high costs of capital include:
A) The firms reside in emerging countries with undeveloped capital markets.
B) The firms are too small to easily gain access to their own national securities market.
C) The firms are family owned and they choose not to access public markets and lose control of the firm.
D) all of the above

5) Which of the following is NOT a contributing factor to the segmentation of capital markets?
A) excessive regulatory control
B) perceived political risk
C) anticipated foreign exchange risk
D) All of the above are contributing factors.

6) Which of the following is NOT a contributing factor to the segmentation of capital markets?
A) lack of transparency
B) asymmetric availability of information
C) insider trading
D) All of the above are contributing factors.

7) The weighted average cost of capital (WACC) is:
A) the required r