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  72. What is the difference between share purchase rights and options?

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  75. What are some examples of ways that sensitivity analysis can be used?

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  79. How can a company buy back shares to fend off a hostile takeover?

  80. What are the different types of margin calls?

  81. Why are some spin-offs taxable and some are tax-free?

  82. How would a standby letter of credit be used during an export transaction?

  83. Which industries tend to have the greatest EBITDA margins?

  84. Which has performed better historically, the stock market or real estate?

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  94. What is the difference between the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the Dodd-Frank Act?

  95. How can I use the rule of 70 to estimate a country's GDP growth?

  96. Why doesn't Warren Buffett own Apple (AAPL) stock?

  97. How is fair value calculated in the futures market?

  98. What is the difference between a Nostro and a Vostro account?

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