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Which of the following statements regarding checkable

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4. Which of the following statements regarding checkable deposits is most accurate? a. Checkable deposits are a larger source of bank funds today than in 1970 b. Checkable deposits are no longer a source of bank funds c. Checkable deposits are a less important source of bank funds today than in 1970 d. Checkable deposits continue to be the largest source of bank funds 5. Which of the following is not a bank asset? 6. The federal funds market: 7. If a bank has $150 million in assets and a net worth of $20 million, its asset-to-equity ratio is: 8. The moral hazard that can result from debt financing is mainly due to the: a. Borrower not working as hard once he or she obtains the loan b. Borrower wanting to refinance the loan c. Borrower taking greater risk in hopes of obtaining a larger return d. Economy turning sour and the borrower defaulting 9. A bank usually treats the moral hazard problem by using all of the following, except: 10. Two problems that arise from asymmetric information are:
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