European Central Bank (ECB). The central bank empowered to manage monetary policy...
The central bank of the Euro Zone -- the group of countries using the euro as their currency.
The Central Bank of the European Union ecb.int
The regulatory body charged with setting monetary policy and controlling the money supply of the Euro.
The European Central Bank was established on 1 June 1998 and is situated in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. It ensures that the tasks conferred upon the Eurosystem and the European System of Central Banks (ESCB) are implemented either through its own activities pursuant to the Statute of the ESCB and ECB or through the national central banks. The ESCB comprises the ECB and the national central banks of the member states.
Bank which sets monetary policy for the eurozone. Founded in 1998 and based in Frankfurt, Germany.
The European Central Bank is responsible for the launch of the euro and European monetary policy.
an institution of the European Union that supervises the single currency. It is independent of the governments, and reports regularly to ECOFIN and the European Parliament. (more information)
The European Central Bank conducts the monetary policy of the European Union. Its primary aim is to promote price stability in the Euro area safeguarding the value of the Euro.
www.ecb.int Member States that meet certain economic criteria and standards join this central bank. The bank creates and implements monetary policy and is responsible for the issuance of the EU's common currency – the Euro. Great Britain, Sweden, and Denmark have NOT adopted the Euro as their national currency. Back to Table of Contents
The European Central Bank (ECB) was set up in 1998, under the Treaty on European Union, and it is based in Frankfurt (Germany). Its job is to manage the euro â€“ the EUâ€™s single currency and the Governing Council of the ECB sets the key interest rates. The ECB is also responsible for framing and implementing the EUâ€™s economic and monetary policy. www.ecb.int
the central bank of those members of the European Union who share a common currency; "The European Central Bank is Europe's equivalent of the Federal Reserve"
The European Monetary Union's central bank, which governs monetary policy for member countries.
Bank created to monitor the monetary policy of the 11 countries that have converted to the Euro from their local currencies. The 11 countries are: Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, and Spain.
A body which will come into existence with the third stage of Economic and Monetary Union (EMU), with powers to issue the single currency (EURO) and control monetary policy.
(ECB) A bank, based in Brussels, founded to oversee the value and growth of the Euro for the countries that are converting their local currencies to the Euro.
The new Central Bank which took effect in 1998 as the successor of the European Monetary Institute with the purpose of monitoring monetary policy and the introduction of euro notes and coins in EMU. It will be the executive body of the European System of Central Banks.
the Central Bank for the new European Monetary Union.
Bank established to maintain price stability within the Euro area and supports the general economic policies in the Community.
The central bank for European Union (EU). It sets monetary policy for member countries.
The central bank of the EMU, responsible for the monetary policy of all member countries.
See on: Wikipedia Investopedia The central bank responsible for the monetary system of the European Union (EU) and the euro currency. The bank was formed in Germany in Jun 1998 and works with the other national banks of each of the EU members to formulate monetary policy that helps maintain price stability in the European Union.
The European Central Bank (ECB) (also in other languages) is one of the world's most important central banks, responsible for monetary policy covering the 13 member countries of the Eurozone.