Money loan banks test answers 60 questions

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Money Banks Credit test 60 questions.
Task 1
Question 1. Money is a category:
a) Production
b) reproduction
c) distribution
d) consumption
Question 2. Modern money as a function of the cost of the measures is
a) the ideal money
b) real money
c) gold coins
d) a debt obligation
Question 3. Money in motion by the formula C-M-T function as:
a) measure of value
b) a means of circulation
c) the means of payment
d) storage means
Question 4. Modern cash in circulation are:
a) shares
b) banknotes
c) bonds
g) Treasury notes
Question 5. Credit money are:
a) gold
b) Treasury notes
c) banknotes
d) a bargaining chip

Task 2
Question 1. The amount of money required for the treatment depends directly on:
a) national wealth
b) natural commodity
c) the sum of the prices of goods sold
d) changes in the number of people in the country
Question 2. What will be equal to the value of money on the condition that involved 1,000 rubles for a year in four acts of sale:
a) 250 rubles
b) 1000 rubles
c) 2000 rubles
d) 4000 rubles
Question 3. Reduction of the exchange rate of the national currency leads to:
a) The increase in imports
b) increase in exports
c) reduction of currency proceeds
d) reducing inflation
Question 4. Over time, increases in the price:
a) the bill
b) the face value of paper money
c) the nominal value of the coin
d) deposit on term deposit
Question 5. The economic essence of the loan is revealed when considered as:
a) an independent economic category
b) the category of Finance
c) Financial instruments
d) specific commodities traded on the financial market

Activity 3
Question 1. liabilities of commercial banks include:
a) reserves at the central bank
b) equity capital and reserves
c) loans to other banks
d) investments in securities
Question 2. The assets of commercial banks include:
a) deposits from the public on deposit accounts
b) cash
c) the bank's bonds
d) correspondent accounts of other banks
Question 3. Inflation is creeping considered if:
a) the average annual rate of price increase is not higher than 10%;
b) the growth rate of prices of 10 to 50%;
c) the increase in prices in excess of 100%.
Question 4: There are the following types of exchange rate systems:
a) national and world;
b) global and regional;
c) national, regional and interstate;
g) national, regional and global.
5. Question Time deposits are more liquid than demand deposits:
a) yes;
b) no.

Task 4
Question 1. Issue a release of money into circulation, which is:
a) leads to an overall increase in the money supply in circulation
b) does not lead to an overall increase in the money supply in circulation.
Question 2. The loan is given on the principle:
a) gratuitousness;
b) indefinitely;
c) repayment.
Question 3. Correspondent account - is:
a) a bank account to store temporarily free funds and maintaining current payments in cash and non-cash form;
b) account, which reflected calculations made by one credit institution on behalf and at the expense of another credit institution.
Question 4. The note is:
a) a debt obligation of the bank;
b) a written obligation of the debtor for payment of designated amount after a certain period of time;
c) a written order of the owner of the current account of the bank to pay a certain amount.
Question 5. In terms of the ownership of capital, Russia's central bank is:
a) joint stock;
b) the public;
c) mixed.

Task 5
Question 1. Deflation - a phenomenon linked:
a) the increase in the price level;
b) a drop in the price level;
c) an ad discounted cash void.
Question 2. The value of the exchange rate depends on:
a) on the political situation in the country;
b) the level of unemployment;
c) from the value of household deposi

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Question 4. The scale of prices - is:
a) The monetary unit used to measure and compare the value of goods, services and works;
b) the ability to exchange money for a certain quantity of goods;
c) the ability of money to participate in the immediate purchase of goods or other goods.
Question 5. Enterprises may have cash in his ticket offices:
a) within the limit of cash by the Bank;
b) cash over the limit set by the bank;
c) cash over the limit set by the bank, but in the days of the payment of wages.

Task 6
Question 1. For the functioning of money as a means of payment are:
a) the sale of goods in retail networks;
b) the sale of goods on credit;
c) the payment of wages to workers and employees.
Question 2. Commercial credit can be given:
a) both legal entities and individuals;
b) only to individuals;
c) only to legal entities.
Question 3. The exchange rate is:
a) The gold content of the monetary unit;
b) the price of one currency expressed in the currency of another country;
c) the ratio of the two currencies, which stems from their rate in relation to the third currency (usually the US dollar)
Question 4. Inflation is characterized by:
a) only for developing countries is not the right answer;
b) for all states without exception; probably the right answer
c) Only those States that have high unemployment in the country.
Question 5. Which of the following features characteristic of the loan:
a) redistribution;
b) regulatory;
c) Distribution;
d) information and research;
d) controls.

Task 7
Question 1. The passive operations of commercial banks include:
a) loans to individuals and legal entities;
b) the purchase of bank securities;
c) attracting customer funds in deposits:
d) leasing operations.
Question 2 In today's Russia are in circulation:
a) bank notes of the Central Bank of Russia:
b) treasury bills;
c) full coin.
Question 3. The denomination is:
a) consolidation of nominal value of banknotes and exchange them for new ones with simultaneous conversion into the same ratio of prices, tariffs, salaries, and so on. etc .;
b) the depreciation of the national currency against foreign currencies;
c) the cancellation of heavily discounted currency and the introduction of a new currency.
Question 4. A check is:
a) an instrument for cash in the bank from the account;
b) as a store of value;
c) the security, allows you to participate in enterprise management.
Question 5. Which of the following functions of money becomes the greatest value of money fast:
a) measure of value;
b) a means of treatment is not the right answer;
c) the means of payment; probably the right answer
d) storage means;
d) the function of world money.

Task 8
Question 1. Reduction of the gold content of the monetary unit - it is:
Question 2. The amount of money required for the treatment depends on:
Question 3. The monetary capital transferred one manufacturer to another credit acts as:
Question 4. Inflation of costs leads to higher prices and a reduction in the production of:
Question 5. The operations conducted by the Central Bank are:

Task 9
Question 1. Share premium represents:
Question 2. What is the monetary aggregate includes term deposits:
Question 3. Emissions of non-cash exercise:

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