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Indian Economy Test 9
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Negative marks are -0.33 per wrong answer
Right answer is 1 mark
No time limit but finish in 30 mins
Solution can be found at below chapters:
Test series is based on following chapters.
Indian Economy Chapter 10: FINANCIAL MARKETS
Indian Economy Chapter 11: INTERNATIONAL BODIES
Q1: instrument of short term borrowing by the government with maturity of less than a year are
zero coupon bonds
Q2: these are unsecured promissory notes issued by companies to secure short term loans at rates lower than market rates.
Q3: short term borrowing by banks from each other to maintain cash reserve ratio is called
Q4: This is issued by commercial banks to secure money for short periods when liquidity is low and demand for cash is high
Certificate of deposit
Q5: Capital market are for
Q6: Primary markets are
IPOs, offer for sale, offer through prospectus are made
It is a platform where new securities are issued for the first time.
stock market or stock exchange where existing securities are traded
regulator of primary markets
Q8:An offshore investor can purchase equities in Indian markets via
offshore derivative instruments
Q9: Who can issue P - notes ?
mutual funds, pension funds, university endowment funds
government of foreign countries, foreign PSUs
Q10: Which is true ?
bonds are issued by the government and are secured by underlying assets which can be sold to repay the bond holders
Debentures are issued by private company and are unsecured so holder is at high risk.
Q11:Bond yield and interest are ____ proportional to bond price
Q12: Securities and Exchange board of India is
Q13: Reasons for establishment of SEBI
The expanding investor population and the market capitalization led to malpractices by the companies
The investor confidence was eroded and investor grievance was multiplied
Q14:Objectives of the SEBI
Regulate stock exchange and securities industry to promote their orderly functioning.
Protect rights and interests of investors
Prevent malpractices and promote balance between self regulation by the industry and statutory regulations
Q15: Functions of SEBI
Registration of brokers, sub brokers
Registration of investment schemes and mutual funds
Prohibiting unfair and prohibitory practices.
Q16: Functions of SEBI
Enforcing the act and penalizing defaulters.
Levying charges and fees for enforcing the act
Exercising functions as delegated to it by the central government under the securities contracts act.
Q17: IMF structure consists of
Board of Governors
Q18: Managing director
5 yr term
by convention a European citizen
Q19: HQ of the IMF is in
Q20: Board of Governors has the following features
All nations are represented by finance ministers or central bank governors
Q21:Functions of IMF are
Help countries overcome BOP crisis
Surveillance of global, national and regional economy
Technical assistance, advisory role.
Q22: Special drawing right had a new currency added in 2016
Q23: Currency with highest share in SDR basket is
The size of quota of a country depends on its openness to world trade
size of economy and G.D.P
Q25: New development bank has HQ in
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