Friday, May 1, 2015

Day 17 - Questions


Day 17 - Monetary Aggregates

( Monetary Aggregates, M1, M2, M3, M4, Narrow Money, Broad Money )


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1.  The Working Group on Money Supply, set up to examine the analytical aspects of the monetary survey, introduced the new monetary aggregates. Who chaired the working group?
a.  Bimal Jalan
b.  Y.V. Reddy
c.  R. Rajan
d.  U.K.Patel

2.   Narrow Money consists -
a.  M1
b.  M2
c.  Both M1 and M2
d.  Both M3 and M4

3.  Broad Money consists -
a.  M1
b.  M2
c.  Both M1 and M2
d.  Both M3 and M4

4.  Which of the following is most liquid in nature?
a.  M1 
b.  M2
c.  M3
d.  M4

5.  Time deposits with banks falls in which category -
a.  Narrow Money
b.  Broad Money 
c.  Both (a) and (b)
d.  None of the above

6.  Given, currency with public - Rs. 90,000 crore, Demand Deposit with banks - Rs. 1,80,000 crore, Time deposit with banks - Rs. 2,20,000 crore, Other deposits with RBI - Rs. 2,60,000 crore, Savings Deposit of Post Office Savings Bank - Rs. 60,000 crore, All deposits with Post Office Savings Bank excluding National Savings Certificate (NSC) - Rs. 50,000 crore.
Calculate Narrow Money M1. 

(This type of question will not be asked in IBPS or SBI exams. But this question will help you clear your concept)
a.  Rs. 4,90,000 crore
b.  Rs. 5,30,000 crore 
c.  Rs. 5,70,000 crore
d.  Rs. 7,50,000 crore




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