Federal Reserve System

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Officials said the Afghan government had not decided whether it needed to bail out the bank, but reports say that the Afghan Central Bank has pulled in funds from abroad, including 300 million dollars that had been held in the United States Federal Reserve Bank, to have money on hand to guarantee the bank's liquidity.
The paper, entitled Monetary Policy After The Fall, was presented at the Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium in Wyoming, which also featured a speech by current United States Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke.
There was more good news from the United States Federal Reserve, which said the world's largest economy appeared to be "levelling out" from its worst recession in decades.
THIS MONTH, THE UNITED STATES Federal Reserve will put the new-design $10 note into circulation, the final note to be issued in a series of changes to US paper currency.
The United States Federal Reserve published the fourth quarter numbers in the April issue of The Regional Economist, a quarterly banking magazine.
Remarks by the chairman of the United States Federal Reserve, Alan Greenspan, sparked confusion over the prospects of a rate increase during the run-up to America's presidential elections.
Consumer demand is rising in South Korea as analysts -- most notably United States Federal Reserve chairman Mr Alan Greenspan -- predict Korea will lead Asia's economic recovery.
The United States Federal Reserve surprised markets by refusing to raise dollar interest rates at its meeting last week.
First tried by Japan in 2001 to combat deflation, the United States Federal Reserve began using it in 2008 to respond to the financial market crisis and pull the US economy out of recession.
Financial markets have been spooked by speculation that the ECB could follow the United States Federal Reserve and start winding down its ultra-loose monetary policy, and that could strangle the still fragile shoots of recovery in the crisis-plagued euro area.
The Bank of England joins the United States Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank in providing guidance on interest rates.
9 percent higher than those of the previous month and September 2011, due to encouraging news about the European Central Bank s plan to buy bonds of distressed euro zone economies and Spain s announced cuts to its budget as well as the United States Federal Reserve s third round of bond purchases.
Summary: According to the United States Federal Reserve, Americans' net worth has fallen 40 percent since 2007, returning to its 1992 level.
Indeed, it is revealing that when South Korea was desperate for dollars following the failure of Lehman Brothers, it borrowed from the United States Federal Reserve, not from the Fund.
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