TeachMeFinance.com - explain Central Bank
central bank -- A government-established agency responsible for
conducting monetary policy and overseeing credit conditions. The Federal
Reserve System fulfills those functions in the United States.
Central bank -- A country's principal monetary authority, responsible for such key functions as issuing currency and regulating the supply of credit in the economy.
Central Bank -- An institution with the sole right to issue bank notes and power to dictate the monetary policy for a currency zone.
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