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Bank reserves

Economics

answered on 18-Feb-24 22:50

What will the bank do with the reserve (assuming) if there is no risks and defaulters What will happen to the reserve that the RBI has advised to keep

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Ok thankyou

Arjun

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Eco & bck

Economics

answered on 05-Jan-24 12:43

Corporate profits and interest rates are examples of lagging indicators?

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Yes

Nidhi S

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Eco and BCK

Economics

answered on 05-Jan-24 15:48

Consumer surplus always increases as the price of a good falls and decreases as the price of the good rises right?

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Yes, assuming all else constant, because it is the difference between price he is willing to pay and price of the good.

Nidhi S

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B.C.K chapter 1

Economics

answered on 27-Dec-23 11:19

Is the Hindu Succession Act 1956 applicable for Parsis as well?

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The Hindu Succession Act of 1956 applies to Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, and Sikhs, but not to Muslims, Christians, or Parsis. The Indian Succession Act of 1925 governs intestate succession for Parsis, Christians, and Jews

Nidhi S

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sir why is business environment chapter marked as optional

Economics

answered on 19-Dec-23 11:21

sir why is business environment chapter marked as optional in bck ca foundation Video Details Course: Business and Commercial Knowledge Module: Business Environment (Optional) Section: Business Environment - Concept

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Will correct

Surendra Surendra Y

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Consumers surplus

Economics

answered on 17-Dec-23 08:02

A rise in price of a good_____ the consumers surplus A. Increase B. Decrease C. Remain constant

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B. Decrease When the price of a good rises, the consumer surplus decreases. Consumer surplus is nothing's But , what consumers are willing to pay for a good and what they actually pay

Devi sri K

Devi sri K

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Theory of demand

Economics

answered on 19-Jan-24 17:35

The answer is infinity. Please explain.

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For a straight-line demand curve, the price elasticity of demand changes at different points along the curve. At the point where the demand curve meets the y-axis, the price is at its maximum and the quantity demanded is zero. At this point, no matter how much the price changes, the quantity demanded remains zero.

Satya balaji

Satya balaji

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Theory of demand

Economics

answered on 16-Dec-23 05:14

Which of the following is the exception to the law of demand: (a) Speculative goods (b) Conspicuous necessities (c) Future expectation about prices (d) Income effect

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Thank you

Devi sri K

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Theory of Consumer Behaviour

Economics

answered on 19-Jan-24 13:07

Can any one explain how marginal utility of 3rd unit is 280?

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Its an error.

Sai Ganesh

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How Can I Get 90+ In CA Foundation Business Economics & BCK Dec 2023

Economics

answered on 08-Dec-23 09:31

I have done ICAI Module. Is it enough to get 90+ marks in ECO & BCK

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Yeah completing the Icai module is a significant step.... in order to secure the 90+ desired marks you need an through revision ,practice, time constraints, and deep understanding of Significant topics... You can score well ✨👍

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