||The mandatory proportion of the total deposits and reserves of the commercial banks deposited with the Reserve Bank of India is called –
||Cash Reserve Ratio
||An increase in CRR by the Reserve Bank Of India results in –
||Reduction in liquidity in the economy
||If the Cash Reserve Ratio is lowered by the RBI, it’s impact on credit creation will be –
||When the Reserve Bank of India announces an increase of the Cash Reserve Ratio, what does it mean?
||The commercial banks will have less money to lend
||Repo rate comes under the purview of –
||The interest rate at which the Reserve Bank of India lends to Commercial banks in the short term to maintain liquidity is known as –
||The rate at which banks lend to Reserve Bank of India is known as –
||Reverse Repo Rate
||Inflation rate based on Consumer Price Index increases if –
||Bank rate is decreased
||An increase in the Bank Rate generally indicates that the –
||The Central Bank is following a tight money policy
||The lowering of Bank Rate by the Reserve Bank of India leads to –
||More liquidity in the market
||Bank Rate implies the rate of interest –
||At which the Reserve Bank of India discounts the Bills of Exchange
||Bank rate means –
||Official rate of interest charged by Central Bank
||At present, who is the Governor of the Reserve Bank of India?
||The accounting year of the Reserve Bank of India is –
||April – March
||Negotiable Instruments Act came into effect in –
||The meaning of company limited by shares is –
||Restricted liability of holders
||An International Financial Services Centre has been set up at –
||When was the Life Insurance Corporation of India established?
||The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority was set up in India on –
||For regulation of the insurance business in the country, the government has formed –
||Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority
||IRDAI regulates –
||IRDAI has set up a panel under whose chairmanship to examine the need for standard cyber liability insurance products. –
||Money received by the Government under the ‘State Provident Funds’ is credited to the –
||Public Accounts Fund
||SEBI Act was passed in the year –
||To prevent the recurrence of scams in the Indian capital market, the Government of India has assigned regulatory powers to –
||Private Sector Mutual Funds in India were permitted in –
||The Head Office of the National Stock Exchange of India is located at –
||A rise in ‘SENSEX’ means –
An overall rise in prices of shares of group of companies registered with Bombay Stock Exchange
||‘SENSEX’ is the popular Index of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). It is measured on the basis of how many blue chip companies are listed in BSE. –
||How many companies are included in BSE-GREENEX?
||In the parlance of financial investments, the term ‘bear’ denotes –
An investor who feels that the price of a particular security is going to fall
||Insider trading is related to –
||The most volatile part of the Organized Money Market in India is –
||Call Money Market
||Blue Chip means –
||Shares giving consistent high rate of return.
||Gilt-edged market means –
||Market of Government securities
||What is ‘NIKKEI’?
||Share Price Index in Tokyo Stock Exchange.
||What does S & P 500 relate to?
||An index of stocks of large companies