The Board of Governors is a managing body of the Federal Reserve System. The...
A United States government agency empowered by Congress to regulate credit in the country. Its members are appointed by the President of the United States.
The seven-member governing body of the Federal Reserve System, which is responsible for setting reserve requirements, and the discount rate, and making other key economic decisions.
Also known as the Fed, officially renamed Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System by the Banking Act of 1935, the seven-member governing body of the Federal Reserve System that sets reserve requirements and the discount rate.
Seven Governors of the U.S. Central Bank appointed by the President of the U.S., with the advice and consent of the Senate, responsible for management of the Federal Reserve System.
The senior members of the Federal Reserve, each of whom is appointed by the US President. The chairman of the Fed Reserve Board serves a 4 year term, while the other members serve 14 year terms.
The seven-member board appointed by the president to oversee the 12 member banks of the Federal Reserve System.
A seven-member group that directs the operations of the Federal Reserve System. Board members are appointed by the president, subject to approval by Congress.
("The Fed") - the US central bank, made up of a group of twelve regional banks.
the 7-member board governing the Federal Reserve System
Seven-member board appointed by the U.S. president to set monetary policy, including discount interest rates, bank regulations, and the availability of credit.
A seven-member group, appointed by the President, responsible for setting the monetary policy of the United States and for overseeing the operation of the Federal Reserve System.
The seven-member board that oversees Federal Reserve Banks, establishes monetary policy, and monitors the country’s economic state.
The governing body of the Federal Reserve System (12 regional federal banks monitoring the commercial and savings banks in their regions). The board establishes policies on such key matters as reserve requirements and other regulations, sets the discount rate, and tightens or loosens the availability of credit in the economy.
The governing board of the Federal Reserve System. The President of the U.S. appoints the seven members of the Board (subject to Senate confirmation), each of whom serves a 14-year term. The FRB is responsible for tightening and loosening the availability of credit in the U.S. economy, in part, by setting reserve requirements for banks and establishing target rates for the federal funds rate or rate that banks charge each other for overnight loans.
the governing body of the Federal Reserve System, which regulates certain banks and is charged with setting national monetary policy.
The 7-member board that monitors the economic health of the country oversees Federal Reserve Banks, and establishes monetary policy.
The federal agency with rule-writing authority for the Truth in Lending Act, of which the Consumer Leasing Act is part; officially known as the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. The Board also performs other functions related to U.S. monetary policy, financial system stability, bank supervision and regulation, and the nation's payments system.
The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, which is the federal agency that enforces MSRB rules applicable to the system's member banks that are municipal securities dealers. In addition, it is responsible for making national monetary policy. Compare: FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION; OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. See: APPROPRIATE REGULATORY AGENCY.
the governing body of the Federal Reserve, they set reserve requirements and discount rates
The board of the Federal Reserve System, appointed by the US President for 14 year terms, one of whom is appointed for four years as chairman.
See MONETARY POLICY.
Congress founded the Federal Reserve, the central bank of the United States, in 1913. It conducts the nation's monetary policy and regulates its banks in order to achieve a flexible and stable economy. The seven members of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System are nominated by the President and confirmed by the Senate to serve 14-year terms. The chairman of the Board of Governors is Alan Greenspan. The chairman and the vice chairman of the board are named by the president from among the members and are confirmed by the Senate. They serve a term of four years.
A board of Directors comprised of seven members which directs the federal banking system, is appointed by the President of the United States and confirmed by the Senate. The functions of the board include formulating and executing monetary policy, overseeing the Federal Reserve Banks, and regulating and supervising member banks. Monetary policy is implemented through the purchase or sale of securities, and by raising or lowering the discount rate - the interest rate at which banks borrow from the Federal Reserve.
The central bank of the United States. Founded by Congress in 1913, the "Fed" is responsible for maintaining the stability of the U.S. economy. Its duties include balancing the supply of money and credit, regulating the banking system, and providing financial services to banks and the U.S. government.
Governmental entity responsible for monetary policy within the United States. It seeks to control the supply of money and credit to control inflation and create a stable, growing economy.
The seven-member Board of Governors that oversees Federal Reserve Banks, sets interest rates and monitors the economic health of the country.
In the U.S., a seven-member governing body that is responsible for managing the nation's economy by establishing and monitoring policies that regulate the flow of money and credit. Board members, who are appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate, each serve a term of 14 years.
A group of economists and other experts who set the nation's monetary policy. Its chief tool to control inflation is the power to control interest rates.
The government agency that regulates credit.
Under the direction of a chairman, a seven-member Federal Reserve Board oversees the Federal Reserve System and determines national monetary policy, with the goal of keeping the economy healthy and its currency stable.
The Federal agency responsible for regulating banks. They also have great influence on the money supply of the economy.
Seven-member board that supervises the banking system by issuing regulations controlling bank holding companies and federal laws over the banking industry. It also controls and oversees the U.S. monetary system and credit supply.
The governing body of the Federal Reserve System. The Board is comprised of seven members appointed by the President and subject to confirmation by the Senate. In order to ensure members' independence from political influence, each member serves a 14-year term. The Board is responsible for setting monetary policy for the U.S. and has the authority to determine bank reserve requirements, set the discount rate, regulate the availability of credit, and control the purchase of securities on margin. See: Discount Rate; Federal Reserve System
Group of economists who set the nation's monetary policy through its ability to control interest rates, thereby controlling inflation.