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IBPS RRB Banking Awareness Questions and Answers

IBPS RRB Banking Awareness Questions and Answers-Regional Rural Banks 1) Which is the first Regional Rural Bank (RRB) came into existence (in 1975) to provide banking services in rural areas? Prathama Grameen Bank. (established with 5 crores capital). 2) The RRBS (Regional Rural Banks) are owned by 3 entities and what is the share of each entity? Central Government -50% …

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Latest Banking Current Affairs 2017 PDF August 2017

Latest Banking Current Affairs 2017 PDF August 2017  Latest RBI Policy Rates August 2017 Repo Rate: 6% ( It was reduced by 25 basis points from 6.25% to 6%). Reverse Repo Rate: 5.75% ( It was reduced by 25 basis points from 6% to 5.75%). MSF (Marginal Standing Facility): 6.25% Bank Rate: 6.25% CRR (Cash Reserve Ratio): 4% SLR (Statutory …

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List of Public Sector Banks and their CEOs 2017 | Updated List

List of Public Sector Banks and their CEOs 2017 1. Allahabad Bank: Shri. Rakesh Sethi (Usha Ananta Subramanian) 2. Andhra Bank: Shri. Suresh N Patel 3. Bank of Baroda: Shri P.S. Jayakumar 4. Bank of India: Shri Melwyn Oswald Rego (Dinabandhu Mohapatra) 5. Bank of Maharashtra: Shri R P Marathe 6. Canara Bank: Shri Rakesh Sharma. 7. Central Bank of …

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Banking Current Affairs 2017 Revision for SBI PO and Bank of Baroda

Banking Current Affairs 2017 Revision for SBI PO and Bank of Baroda Online Exam 1) Which is the first bank to tie up with Indian Railways to sell Rail Tickets through its website? ICICI Bank. 2) According to SEBI norms, What is the minimum investment an investor is needed to make through the book-building process to be called an “anchor investor”? …

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Banking News – Revision for SBI PO and Bank of Baroda

Banking News Revision for SBI PO and Bank of Baroda Online Exam Important Notes on Banking Current Affairs What is the new high-value currency note that the RBI is going to issue soon? (a) Rs. 2000 (b) Rs. 5000 (c) Rs. 1000 (d) Rs. 3000 Which was appointed as the implementing agency for the schemes launched by NITI Aayog, to …

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Banking Current Affairs April 2017 – RBI Policy Rates and Economy

Banking Current Affairs April 2017 – Part1 RBI Policy Rates (1st Bi-Monthly Policy Rates Review for the FY2017-18) Repo Rate – 6.25% Reverse Repo Rate –6% CRR (Cash Reserve Ratio) – 4% Bank Rate: 6.5% MSF (Marginal Standing Facility) – 6.5% SLR (Statutory Liquidity Ratio) – 20.5%. To Know more about Bank Rate, Repo Rate, Reverse Repo Rate, MSF, SLR, …

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Banking News – March 2017 | Banking Current Affairs for Bank Exams

Banking News – March 2017 Banking Current Affairs for Bank Exams TDSAT refused to extend recent popular Reliance Jio’s free promotional offer. Expand TDSAT. Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal – (TDSAT started in the year 2000 to resolve and look into the disputes and appeals in the telecom sector and ensures the growth of the telecom sector). Which country’s banking …

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Banking Awareness QUIZ – Practice SET for IBPS Clerks Main Exam

Banking Awareness Questions and Answers – Practice SET Currency Swap is an instrument to manage (a) Currency Risk (b) Interest rate risk (C) Currency and Interest Rate Risk (d) Cash flows in different countries (e) All of the above Euro Bond is an instrument (a) Issued in the European Market (b) Issued in Euro Currency (c) Issued in country other …

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Banking Awareness Questions for IBPS Clerks 2016 -2017

Banking Awareness Questions for IBPS Clerks 2016 -2017 (1) The reserve Bank of India keeps on changing various ratio/rates frequently. What is the purpose of doing this? (A) To keep inflation (rising prices) under control (B) To ensure that Indian Rupee does not loose its market value (C) To ensure that banks do not earn huge profits at the cost of public …

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Banking Awareness Quiz for IBPS Clerks 2016 – Practice SET

Banking Awareness Quiz for IBPS Clerks 2016 – Practice SET 1. Which of the following is the purpose of introducing ‘Know Your Customer’ norms by the banks? (a) To bring more and more people under the banking net (b) Identifying people who do not pay income tax (c) To ensure that the money deposited in banks has come from genuine …

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