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Problems 1. Mary Contrary has just joined a pension fund as a securities clerk. She has asked her departmental manager to describe how the buying and selling of securities are carried out on the London Stock Exchange - she has vaguely heard of such terms as 'market making' and 'settlement day'. She also asks what are the transaction costs of buying government bonds and shares. Assume you are the departmental manager and provide Mary with the information she requires. 2. You are a private investor wishing to buy 1,000 ICI shares and instruct your stockbroker accordingly.

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He needs to consider the risks of A and B, firstly to see whether they are worth purchasing at all and secondly to see which of A and B he prefers. Intuitively we can see that security B is riskier than A but how do we measure that risk? Is it the risk relative to the initial investment of £100 or relative to the expected value of £120? If security B becomes worth £60, the investor will actually lose £40 in cash but he will lose £60 relative to the expected value of B. Q. Q. 1 10% R; Normal and skewed probability distributions will also have lost the opportunity of investing his £100 in something else of equivalent risk which could have yielded him £20.

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