The 7-member Board of Governors that oversees Federal Reserve Banks, establishes...
The Federal Reserve System of the United States.
Slang for the Federal Reserve, the central bank of the United States.
Refers to the U.S. Central Bank, whose functions include interest rate policy, regulation of banks, and "stabilization" of foreign exchange (FX).
Federal Reserve Bank (USA)
Short for the Federal Reserve System. The central banking system of the U.S., supervised by the Federal Reserve Board, which determines the prime interest rate.
Is the Federal Reserve Bank.
The United States Federal Reserve. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Membership is compulsory for Federal Reserve members. The corporation had deep involvement in the Savings and Loans crisis of the late 80s.
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 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.
See Federal Reserve System.
The United States Federal Reserve System. Federal funds rate The rate the Fed charges its members on uncollateralized loans.
Abbreviation for Federal Reserve System of the United States. In the domestic context Fed usually refers to its board of governors or to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York; in the foreign exchange context it usually refers to the latter
Federal Reserve, the US Central Banking system, established in 1913 and responsible for managing the US Dollar, both within and outside the US.
The central bank of the United States, responsible for monetary policy.