1. Assume you are an elected member of Congress. A lobbying group has agreed to provide…

1. Assume you are an elected member of Congress. A lobbying
group has agreed to provide financial support for your re-election
campaign next year. In return for the group’s support, you have
been asked to champion their self-interests in the form of a
spending bill that is being considered by Congress. What would you
do?
2. Match the following financial instruments and
securities with their typical maturities.
Instruments/Securities
            Maturities
a. corporate stocks
                  1.
2 to 40 years
b. Treasury notes/bonds
          2. no
maturity
c. mortgages
                           3.
2 to 30 years
d. municipal bonds
                 4.
5 to 30 years