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8.6 End-of-Chapter Exercises

PLEASE NOTE: This book is currently in draft form; material is not final.

End-of-Chapter Problems

  1. Does financial regulation seem to be proactive or reactive in the US? Look at the dates the key pieces of legislation were enacted, and consider the main financial event a few years before and after the legislation.
  2. What are some reasons that some assets can be easily traded on a global exchange, while others never progress beyond regional markets?