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### Money and Financial System Chapter 2nd = Concept of Money Supply

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Concept of Money Supply

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48. The reserve money held by the public and banks includes:

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47. The reserve money or the high powered money is produced by the………..

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46. Rate of Increase in money supply is high in India because of:

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45. Increase in monetary deficit will lead to increase in:

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44. If high powered money increases by 10% then money supply will increase by:

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43. The Ma concept of money is relatively…… than M1 concept.

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42. Which of the following does not include in the currency with the public?

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41. Supply of money in India is influenced by:

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40. If the cash reserve of the banks are ₹10 crores and credit multiplier is 10 then the final increase in demand deposits will be:

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39. Formula for High Power Money is:

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38. High powered money affect supply of money in:

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37. Value of Money multiplier (m) is:

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36. Which of the following includes deposits in the supply of money?

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35. Sources for supply of money in India are:

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34. As per the definition of RBI currency notes and coins with the public is included in:

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33. When supply of money is defined for a particular moments of time, then it will be?

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32. Common to both M₁ and H are:

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31. High Powered Money is also termed as:

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30. Following components are included in High Powered Money:

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29. High powered money is controlled by:

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28. If M= the money supply, H = the supply of high powered money, then ∆M/∆R is called:

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27. Which of the following is included in the total supply of high powered money?

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26. Keynes assumed money:

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25. In reality, money supply is:

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24. Increase in money supply will most likely:

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23. When the supply of Money decreases, the Price commodities:

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22. The most liquid definition of money includes:

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21. Increase in money supply will lead to:

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20. Hoarding of money leads to:

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18. Which types of money definition is frequently used by policy makers?

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17. Broad definition of money supply is:

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16. Narrow definition of money supply is:

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15. The appropriate nominal stock of money is determined by:

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14. Two measures of money supply, generally known narrow and broad measures repectively, are:

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13. Arrange all the four concepts of money M₁, M2, M3 and M4, in the ascending order in terms of liquidity.

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12. Which form of money has the highest degree of liquidity?

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11. The Reserve Bank presently provides estimates of the supply of money in terms of:

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10. Which of the following would be a correct expression for “M4” form of money?

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9. M₁ + Net time deposits of banks, is referred to as:

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8. The form of money ‘M’ consists of:

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7. Currency held by public + net demand deposits of banks + other deposits of RBI is equal to:

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6. “Money stock” includes:

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5. If M1 is the money supply in the country, indicate which of the following forms a part of it?

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4. Which of the following constitute the reserve on which demand deposits of the public are supported?

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3. Choose the item excluded from money supply:

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2. Choose the odd combination in the following:

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1. Which of the following is not “currency with public”?