General Knowledge Questions Answer GK Quiz

GK General Knowledge - Business And Economics Question Answer Quiz

Q. Which of the following 'key ratios' is monitored by the regulators to ensure that the bank can absorb a reasonable amount of loss and complies with statutory Capital Requirements ?
1) Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR)
2) Credit to Deposit Ratio (CD Ratio)
3) None of those given as options
4) Cost to Income Ratio (CIR)

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Q. A note of which a portion is missing or which is composed of more than two pieces it is called a -
1) Mutilated Note
2) None of those given as options
3) Mismatched Note
4) Forged Note

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Q. Which one of the following is 'not' a function of the Reserve Bank of India ?
1) Regulation of issue of bank notes
2) Banker to the government
3) Controller of Credit
4) Refinancing loans granted to MSME

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Q. 'RDA' is a channel to receive cross-border remittances from overseas jurisdictions. The alphabet 'R' in the abbreviation 'RDA' stands for -
1) Rural
2) Rupee
3) Rate
4) Resident

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Q. The 'Bharat Bill Payment System' (BBPS) is aimed at easing -
1) Retail Merchant Trade Transactions
2) Utility and Other repetitive bill payments by consumers
3) Payments for purchase of real estate
4) None of those given as options

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Q. The interest rate charged by a bank on a short-term loan to another bank (not the central bank of our country) is known as -
1) CRR
2) Marginal standing facility rate
3) Interbank rate
4) Spot rate

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Q. 'SEPA' is a payment-integration initiative of the European Union for simplification of bank transfers denominated in -
2) Indian rupee
3) US Dollar
4) British Pound

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Q. In an emergency situation when inter-bank liquidity dries up completely, banks can utilise the 'Marginal Standing Facility Rate' facility to borrow from the -
1) Mutual funds and insurance companies
2) Inter-bank call money market
3) Corporates and Individuals
4) Reserve Bank of India

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Q. MUDRA bank is as -
1) to boost imports
2) Provide tax free interest to investors
3) Flush out black money from the economy
4) Encourage entrepreneurship in India

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Q. 'Indradhanush 2' is a comprehensive plan for recapitalisation of public sector lenders and will be finalised by RBI after completion of AQR. What does Q stands for in the abbreviation AQR ?
1) Quantum
2) Quantity
3) Quest
4) Quality

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