Chapter 8 Money Market Quiz

CA Foundation Chapter 8 Money Market Quiz 1

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Commercial paper has maturity of around how many days?

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_________ is a situation in the bonds market when the rate of interest falls to its lowest level and the speculativ demand for money becomes perfectly elastic.

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Which of the following are the features of the money market ?

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_______ is the money which is accepted as a medium of exchange because of the trust between the payer and the payee.

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What is the minimum limit of commercial paper, an instruement of money market?

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Devaluation of money means

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‘Treasury Bills’ or ‘T-Bills’ are short term debt instruments which are issue by Government of India an presently issued in______.

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The words “Bulls and Bears” are associated with

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In the paralance of financial investments, the terms ‘bear’ denotes

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Which of the following statements is true in the context of money supply in India?

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Which of the following money market instruments is also known as Zero Coupon Bonds?

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What is Issue Price?

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In which year BSE secured a trademark for its iconic building Phiroze JeeJeebhoy Towers at Dalal Street Street in Mumbai?

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Taking profits from differences in prices or returns in different markets is called_________.

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Days intermediate T-bills were brought into effect from 1996-97 after abolition of which of the following?

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When the general interest rate reaches a very low level, which of the following statements will be correct?

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Which of the following measures of money supply is known as ‘Broad Money’?

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Which one of the following statement is not true about Indian Money Market?

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In economics dictionary, what is the full form of NSDL?

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Which one is NOT true regarding the Marketing Stabilization Scheme (MSS)?

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Choose incorrect statement from the following:

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CA Foundation Chapter 8 Money Market Quiz 2

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Money market Mutual Funds_________

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Which of the following is not a tax?

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Velocity of money is mostly stable in which time period?

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What is not an example of commodity money?

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What is not a function of money?

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The principal source of a central bank’s control over the money supply is…

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The monetary base is:

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Considering the money market in isolation, if real GDP increases in the short-run, then the equilibrium nominal interest rate will (A) _____ should the money stock be (B)_________ by the central bank.

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According to table 9.1, M1 in the Euro Area is at 6630.8 bn €, M2 at 10234.5 bn € and M3 at 10836.8 bn € in 2015. How much money is invested in time deposits with unrestricted access in the Euro Area?

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M3 – M1 = ?

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What is not a characteristic of sight deposits?

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Monetary aggregates (M1, M2, etc.) describe…

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Fiat Money is Money…

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The demand for heavy loans can cause

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In borrowing and lending of federal funds, the federal funds rate is result of function between

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The maximum maturity days of holding commercial paper are

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The commercial paper issued with low interest rate thus the commercial paper are categorized as

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The liquidity status of certificate of deposit which is more negotiable is considered as

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The agreement which incurs the transaction between two parties and promise held that second party will sell security at specific maturity is classified as

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The repurchase agreements having maturity of one week or lesser have denominations of

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CA Foundation Chapter 8 Money Market Quiz 3

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The instrument used by Federal Reserve to smooth the money supply and interest rates include

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For a particular security transaction, the agreement is ‘repo’ with the point of view of

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The accounting entry of the institutions who lend federal funds to other institutions is posted as

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The bids of bidder which tells that how much treasury bills bidder wants to buy is classified as

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The funds transferred usually for a day between financial institutions are classified as

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The investors held commercial papers generally from

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The certificate of deposits which are usually negotiable are issued by

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The rate which is used in major banks in United States as a rate for industrial and commercial loans is

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The type of market in which Eurodollar are traded is classified as

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The submitted bids in the treasury bills auction consist of types which are

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For a particular security transaction, the agreement is classified as ‘reverse repo’ with the point of view of

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The process of issuing treasury bills is classified as

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The financial instrument such as commercial paper can be sold

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The federal funds are loans borrowed and lent on

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The type of instrument whoever holds it, gets the interest and principal amount is classified as

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The non-competitive bidders get the allocation of treasury bills on

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The interest rate of certificate of deposits is quoted using a time span of

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The interest rate paid on the traded Eurodollars is called as

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The markets which reallocate liquid funds in relatively fixed amounts are classified as

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The banks that deals with reciprocal agreements and accounts are considered as

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CA Foundation Chapter 8 Money Market Quiz 4

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The treasury bills are issued to raise significant amount of funds by

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The treasury bills have high liquidity because of

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The rates of certificate of deposits are mostly negotiated between

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The negotiable deposit certificate are traded in

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In the Eurodollar market, the decrease in demand of Euro dollars results in

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The international banker’s acceptance usually arises from underlying

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The price which is paid by the bidders and is accepted by all other bidders is classified as

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The government regulates financial markets for two reasons which are

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The Federal reserve, money market brokers and dealers, mutual funds and US treasury are all participants of

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The obligations that are issued by US governments and are obligated for short term, are classified as

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The negotiable certificate of deposit with one year maturity pays the interest

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The Federal Reserve increases the money supply by

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The type of bidding in which the bids are met before the allocation of competitive bidders is considered as

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The short term promissory notes are unsecured and not collateralized against securities, hence it is classified as

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If the 180 days T-bill have the maturity of one year with the value of $9250 and face value is $10000 then reported discount yield is

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The type of bids which states complete description about quantity of bids and prices of bids is classified as

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In the Eurodollar market, the increase in demand of Euro dollars result in

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The repurchase agreements usually called repos, can be traded

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The retail certificate of deposits which are not traded have face value of

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The bankers acceptance which is usually time draft is fully backed by

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The financial instrument which is used to raise funds for working capital is considered as

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The Federal Reserve decreases the money supply by

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The principal investors of US treasury bills which are issued by US treasury do not include

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