Test: Reserve Bank Of India - 2


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QUESTION: 1

In order to control credit_________

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Bank rate is the rate at which central bank lends money to the commercial bank. If bank rate will increase, commercial banks will borrow less and so will have less liquidity to provide for loans. CRR is cash reserve ratio. When people deposit money in banks, the bank out of the total deposit keeps a % of the amount with the central bank. So if CRR will increase banks will have to keep a greater %of the total deposit with central bank and will thus have less money to provide loans. In this way the central bank can control money supply in the economy.

QUESTION: 2

Which of the following is a tool of monetary policy that a nation’s Central Bank could use to stabilize the economy during an inflationary period?

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Central banks use contractionary monetary policy to reduce inflation. They reduce the money supply by restricting the amohttps://edurev.in/courses/10825_Cost-Accountingunt of money banks can lend. The banks charge a higher interest rate, making loans more expensive. Fewer businesses and individuals borrow, slowing growth.

QUESTION: 3

The rate at which the RBI rediscounts the Bills of Commercial banks is known as. 

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QUESTION: 4

What are the objectives of monetary policy?

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QUESTION: 5

Which of the following is not the objective of RBI?

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QUESTION: 6

Lender of the last resort means :

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A lender of last resort is an institution, usually a country's central bank, that offers loans to banks or other eligible institutions that are experiencing financial difficulty or are considered highly risky or near collapse. In the United States, the Federal Reserve acts as the lender of last resort to institutions that do not have any other means of borrowing and whose failure to obtain credit would dramatically affect the economy.

QUESTION: 7

 Which one of the following is not an objective of RBI?

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QUESTION: 8

Which of the following is the monetary authority on a country?

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QUESTION: 9

Bank Rate means _______.

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QUESTION: 10

Buying and selling of securities or bills in open market is called:

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QUESTION: 11

Which system of note issue prevails in India at present?

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QUESTION: 12

 The Quantitative measure of credit regulation by RBI is : 

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The quantitative measures of credit control are :
1. Bank Rate Policy: The bank rate is the Official interest rate at which RBI rediscounts the approved bills held by commercial banks. For controlling the credit, inflation and money supply, RBI will increase the Bank Rate. Current Bank Rate is 6%.
2. Open Market Operations: OMO The Open market Operations refer to direct sales and purchase of securities and bills in the open market by Reserve bank of India. The aim is to control volume of credit.
3. Cash Reserve Ratio: Cash reserve ratio refers to that portion of total deposits in commercial Bank which it has to keep with RBI as cash reserves. The current Cash reserve Ratio is 6%.
4. Statutory Liquidity Ratio: It refers to that portion of deposits with the banks which it has to keep with itself as liquid assets(Gold, approved govt. securities etc.) . the current SLR is 25%.
If RBI wishes to control credit and discourage credit it would increase CRR & SLR.

QUESTION: 13

 An increase in money supply ______ in a nation’s Economy will decrease the following.

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During open market situations the central bank sells the the securities which enables transfer of money from households to the central bank which reduces money supply in the economy and stabilizes the inflation

QUESTION: 14

Which of these is not a Selective Credit Control Policy?

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QUESTION: 15

CRR according to July 2013, was:

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In addition to the mandatory amount of 4.5% of common equity tier 1 capital requirement set out in the capital requirements regulation (CRR), all banks are required to hold a capital conservation buffer and a counter cyclical capital buffer, to ensure that they accumulate a sufficient capital base in prosperous times to.

QUESTION: 16

Who works as RBI's agent at places where it has no office of its own?

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QUESTION: 17

 The Reserve Bank of India issues all currency notes except:

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Under Section 22 of the Reserve Bank of India Act, RBI has sole right to issue currency notes of various denominations except one rupee notes.
The One Rupee note is issued by Ministry of Finance and It bears the signatures of Finance Secretary, while other notes bear the signature of Governor RBI.
However RBI is the only source of legal tender money because distribution of one rupee notes and coins and small coins all over the country is undertaken by the Reserve Bank as agent of the Government.

QUESTION: 18

Which of the following is a qualitative method of credit control 

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Credit control is most important function of Reserve Bank of India. Credit control in the economy is required for the smooth functioning of the economy. By using credit control methods RBI tries to maintain monetary stability. There are two types of methods: Quantitative control to regulates the volume of total credit.

QUESTION: 19

Which of these is not a Selective Credit Control Policy?

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QUESTION: 20

 The RBI can decrease the bank credit by:

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QUESTION: 21

Which one of the following is not an objective of RBI?

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QUESTION: 22

Which one of the following measures is not adopted by RBI for controlling credit in India?

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QUESTION: 23

 Which of the following is not a function of the RBI?

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QUESTION: 24

Which one of the following statement defines the term “Reverse Repo Rate?

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Reverse repo rate is the rate at which the central bank of a country (Reserve Bank of India in case of India) borrows money from commercial banks within the country. It is a monetary policy instrument which can be used to control the money supply in the country.

QUESTION: 25

Which of the following is used as a measure of credit control by Central Bank?

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QUESTION: 26

 Rs. 10 note is issued by:

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QUESTION: 27

__________ is the Banker’s Bank in India:

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QUESTION: 28

RBI was Nationalized in :

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QUESTION: 29

The objectives of monetary policy are ______.

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