BBA-QUIZ-2-A-D1-3 - FIN 301 QUIZ 2 Class: D _ Name:_...

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FIN 301 QUIZ 2 Class: D ____ Name:___________________ Student I.D.:________________________ A. Multiple Choice (90%) ( ) 1. Which of the following statements are true? A) A bank's assets are its sources of funds. B) A bank's liabilities are its uses of funds. C) A bank's balance sheet shows that total assets equal total liabilities plus equity capital. D) A bank's balance sheet indicates whether or not the bank is profitable. ( ) 2. Which of the following are transaction deposits? A) Savings accounts B) Small-denomination time deposits C) Negotiable order of withdraw accounts D) Certificates of deposit ( ) 3. Bank reserves include A) deposits at the Fed and short-term treasury securities. B) vault cash and short-term Treasury securities. C) deposits at other banks and deposits at the Fed. D) vault cash and deposits at the Fed. ( ) 4. Which of the following are not reported as assets on a bank's balance sheet? A) Cash items in the process of collection B) Deposits with other banks C) U.S. Treasury securities D) Checkable deposits ( ) 5. Secondary reserves include A) deposits at Federal Reserve Banks. B) deposits at other large banks. C) short-term Treasury securities. D) state and local government securities. ( ) 6. Asset transformation can be described as A) borrowing long and lending short. B) borrowing short and lending long. C) borrowing and lending only for the short term. D) borrowing and lending for the long term. 1
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( ) 7. Holding all else constant, when a bank receives the funds for a deposited check, A) cash items in the process of collection fall by the amount of the check. B) bank assets increase by the amount of the check. C) bank liabilities decrease by the amount of the check. D) bank reserves increase by the amount of required reserves. ( ) 8. When you deposit $50 in your account at First National Bank and a $100 check you have written on this account is cashed at Chemical Bank, then A) the assets of First National rise by $50. B) the assets of Chemical Bank rise by $50. C) the reserves at First National fall by $50. D) the liabilities at Chemical Bank rise by $50. ( ) 9. When $1 million is deposited at a bank, the required reserve ratio is 20 percent, and the bank chooses not to hold any excess reserves but makes loans instead, then, in the bank's final balance sheet, A) the assets at the bank increase by $800,000. B) the liabilities of the bank increase by $1,000,000. C) the liabilities of the bank increase by $800,000. D) reserves increase by $160,000. ( ) 10. Which of the following are primary concerns of the bank manager? A) Maintaining sufficient reserves to minimize the cost to the bank of deposit outflows B) Extending loans to borrowers who will pay low interest rates, but who are poor credit risks C) Acquiring funds at a relatively high cost, so that profitable lending opportunities can be realized D) Maintaining high levels of capital and thus maximizing the returns to the owners. ( ) 11. A $5 million deposit outflow from a bank has the immediate effect of
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2011 for the course ECON 121 taught by Professor Lily during the Spring '11 term at Clinton Community College.

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