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Question 1: The ________ is an organisation of central banks that sets rules to define how much capital banks have to hold against the loans they give out.
Bank for International SettlementsOpen market operationsFederal Reserve SystemInternational Monetary Fund

Question 2: A basic ________ is the simplest form of debt.
Credit (finance)Bond (finance)Consumer debtLoan

Question 3: Debt is that which is owed; usually referencing ________ owed, but the term can also cover moral obligations and other interactions not requiring money.
Valuation (finance)AssetBalance sheetCash flow statement

Question 4: The form of debt involved in ________ accounts for a large proportion of the money in most industrialised nations (see money, broad money, and demand deposits for a discussion of this).
Commercial bankInvestment bankingBankOffshore bank

Question 5: Finance series
Financial markets
Financial market participants
________
Personal finance
Public finance
Banks and Banking
Financial regulation
Corporate financePreferred stockBond (finance)Stock

Question 6: Managerial finance
Financial accounting
Management accounting
Mergers and acquisitions
Balance sheet analysis
________
Corporate action
Business planCorporate financeCapital budgetingFactoring (finance)

Question 7: Some companies and corporations use debt as a part of their overall ________ strategy.
Corporate financeStockBond (finance)Preferred stock

Question 8: A bond is a debt security issued by certain institutions such as companies and ________.
AnarchyGovernmentAuthoritarianismDemocracy

Question 9: The letter b in the word debt was reintroduced in the 17th century, possibly by ________ in his Dictionary of 1755— several other words that had existed without a b had them reinserted at around that time.
Edmund BurkeJames MacphersonJames BoswellSamuel Johnson

Question 10: There is therefore a relationship between ________, deflation, the money supply, and debt.
Monetary economicsInflationKeynesian economicsReal versus nominal value (economics)







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