Q 2. _______________ is an example of limited standard money.
Q 4. With the introduction of money, purchase and sale transactions have become:
Q 5. Which measure of money supply is the most liquid?
Q 7. Demand deposits are same as primary deposits.
Q 8. A ₹ 500 note would bear the signature of:
Q 9. A barter economy is also represented as:
Q 11. The commodity/material with which a given currency is made of is known as _______________ value of money.
Q 12. The deposits of SBI with PNB will not be included in the M1 concept of money supply.
Q 13. That money which is based on mutual trust between the payer and payee is known as:
Q 14. The universally accepted definition of money is based upon_______________ function of money.
Q 15. The term "public" in the definition of money supply implies: