A company can raise capital through the primary market in the form of______.

(a) Preference shares

(b) Debentures

(c) Equity shares

(d) All of the above

Answer (d) All of the above

Explanation: The primary market is the place where securities are made, while the secondary market is the place where those securities are exchanged by financial backers and investors. In the primary market, organisations offer new stocks and securities to the general society for the first time, for example, issuing shares with an initial public offering (IPO). Therefore a company can raise its capital through any form in the primary market.

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