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A decrease in the fair market value of a security that has not yet been realized through

A decrease in the fair market value of a security that has not yet been realized through an actual sale of the security is called a(n): 

A. Contingent loss

B. Realizable loss

C. Unrealized loss

D. Capitalized loss

E. Market loss

 

 

 

93. Investments in debt and equity securities that the company actively manages and trades for profit are referred to as short-term investments in: 

A. Available-for-sale securities.

B. Held-to-maturity securities.

C. Trading securities.

D. Realizable securities.

E. Liquid securities.

 

 

 

94. Held-to-maturity securities are: 

A. Always classified as long-term liabilities.

B. Part of equity.

C. Debt securities that a company intends and is able to hold to maturity.

D. Equity securities that a company intends and is able to hold to maturity.

E. Equity securities that have a maturity value greater than cost.

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