Q:
A “normal market” is also called a (an):
A) Inverted market
b) Carrying charge market
c) Premium market
d) Both B and C
A:

The correct answer is d) Both B and C

A normal market can also be referred to as a carrying charge market or a premium market. An inverted market is the opposite of a normal market.
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