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Static GK Test: Economics, Test-3
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The Stock Market Index of London Stock Market is referred to as
The Reserve Bank of India Keeps on changing various ratio/rates frequently. Why is this done? A. To keep inflation under control. B. To ensure that Indian Rupee does not lose its market value. C. To ensure that banks do not earn huge profits at the cost of public money.
All A, Band C
Which of the following organizations is known as Market Regulator in India?
Vijay Kelkar Committee report deals with
Centre-State financial relations
Reforms in public sector enterprises
Today Micro Finance is the most preferred route to meet the credit requirements of which of the following sections of the society?
Big Corporate Houses
High value individual customers
Industrial units up to the investment of Rs 50 crores
Poor and weaker sections of society
Which of the following is not a tax/duty levied by the Government of India?
Which of the following banks has taken over the contribution Bank of Punjab?
Free international trade leads to equalisation of
prices of both the countries
international prices with domestic price
commodities of both the countries
None of the above
Bank rate of India is determined by
Reserve Bank of India
Fiscal deficit in the Union Budget means
The difference between crucial expenditure and current revenue
The sum of budgetary deficit and net increase in internal and external borrowings
Net increase in Union Government borrowings from Reserve Bank of India
The sum of monetised deficit and budgetary deficit
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