India's current account - when does it run into a deficit?

india's current account - when does it run into a deficit?

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India's current account is a record of imports and exports of goods and services. This video discusses the dynamics that have led to a high deficit in India's current account.

AUTHOR(S): Deepa Vasudevan

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India's Current Account - When does it run into a deficit? ?PPT

 India's Current Account - When does it run into a deficit?  PPT

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    1.Simple annualised return is permitted for liquid funds because the returns are primarily made up of



  • Unrealised gains
  • Realised gains
  • Accrued interest
  • 2.A fund's mean excess return is 14% and standard deviation of excess return is 8%. The information ratio for the fund is



  • 0.57
  • 1.75
  • 6
  • 3.Increasing the number of securities in a portfolio is likely to result in



  • Lower market risk
  • Lower overall risk
  • Lower company specific risk
  • 4.In measuring portfolio performance, the return number to look out for is



  • Excess return of portfolio over benchmark, over time
  • Absolute portfolio return over time
  • Excess return of portfolio over historical returns
  • 5.In a situation where daily values can fluctuate heavily, it is appropriate if we calculate the return as



  • Simple annualized return
  • Compounded annualized return
  • Simple absolute return
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