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19 Mar 2024


Financial Markets Final Exam

In the explanation to question 10 you say “….,these markets are highly illiquid….” When referring to the fixed income bonds market. However, as an example, I understand that the U.S. government bond market is the most liquid and efficient fixed income market in the world, trading around the clock. I have found numerous sources confirming this, so I believe it is a bit inaccurate to call ALL bond markets “highly illiquid”. Statement 2 is referring specifically issuers such as government and government agencies (as well as corporate).

Please clarify.

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