Definitions of Quoted And Unquoted Companies And Distinctions - SS1 Economics Past Questions & Answers - page 1

1

What is a quoted company?

A

A company whose shares are not listed on a stock exchange.

 

B

A company whose shares are listed on a stock exchange.

C

A company whose shares can only be traded in person.

CORRECT OPTION: b
2

What is an unquoted company?

A

 A company whose shares are not listed on a stock exchange.

 

 

B

A company whose shares are listed on a stock exchange.

C

A company whose shares can only be traded in person.

CORRECT OPTION: a
3

What is the process for buying and selling shares in a quoted company?

A

Through a stockbroker on a stock exchange.

 

B

Through an auction at the company's headquarters.

C

Through a private sale with the company's management.

 

CORRECT OPTION: a
4

Which of the following factors can affect the value of shares in a quoted company?

A

The company's financial performance.

B

The weather.

C

The price of gold.

 

CORRECT OPTION: a
5

Can unquoted companies have shareholders?

A

Yes

 

B

No

CORRECT OPTION: a
6

Define quoted company.

A quoted company is a company whose shares are listed on a stock exchange, allowing members of the public to buy and sell them.

7

What is the main difference between quoted and unquoted companies?

 

Quoted and unquoted companies are terms used to differentiate between companies that have their shares listed on a stock exchange (quoted companies) and those that do not (unquoted companies).

Pages: