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What does the letter 'Q' in NASDAQ stand for?

Last updated on: October 24, 2013 17:20 IST

What does the letter 'Q' in NASDAQ stand for?

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Do you know which bank first introduced ATMs in India? Do you know what does the letter 'Q' in NASDAQ stand for?

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1. Who is known as the original Big Bull?

a. Rakesh Jhunjunwala
b. Ketan Parekh
c. Harshad Mehta

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2. Which is India's oldest stock exchange?

a. Ahmedabad Stock Exchange
b. Kolkata Stock Exchange
c. Bombay Stock Exchange


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3. What does the letter 'Q' stand for in NASDAQ?

a. Qualities
b. Quantities
c. Quotations


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4. Who was the first Indian Governor of the Reserve Bank of India?

a. Sir Chintaman D Deshmukh
b. Dr Manmohan Singh
c. Dr Raghuram Rajan


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5. What do you call a fixed sum of money paid to someone each year, typically for the rest of their life for an investment or insurance?

a. Recurring deposit
b. Annuity
c. Gratuity


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6. Which was the first nationalised bank of India to float a trust and issue a mutual fund?

a. UTI Bank
b. State Bank of India
c. Indian Bank


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7. Who was dubbed 'The Man Who Broke the Bank of England'?

a. Warren Buffet
b. George Soros
c. Peter Lynch


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8. Japan has the largest amount deposited in this system. What is it?

a. Mutual funds
b. Life insurance
c. Post office saving account


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9. Which country is considered as the birthplace of mutual funds?

a. United Kingdom
b. France
c. Netherlands


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10. Which bank first introduced ATMs in India?

a. HSBC
b. State Bank of India
c. Citibank


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11. Who is called the Father of Index Fund Investing?

a. Peter Lynch
b. John Bogle
c. Warren Buffet


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12. Which country had a coin with the words 'Mind Your Business'?

a. Israel
b. United States
c. Greece


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