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  1. Euro - Wikipedia

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    The European Central Bank is seated in Frankfurt, Germany, and is in charge of the monetary policy of the eurozone Main articles: European Central Bank , Maastricht Treaty , and Eurogroup The euro is managed and administered by the Frankfurt -based European Central Bank (ECB) and the Eurosystem (composed of the central banks of the eurozone ...

  2. President of the European Central Bank — Wikipedia ...

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    Nov 01, 2011 · The President heads the executive board, governing council and general council of the ECB. He also represents the bank abroad, for example at the G20.The President is appointed by majority in the European Council, de facto by those who have adopted the euro, for an eight-year non-renewable term.

  3. File:Logo European Central Bank.svg - Simple English ...

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    Usage on el.wikipedia.org Ευρωπαϊκή Κεντρική Τράπεζα; Usage on en.wikipedia.org European Central Bank; Flag of Europe; Eurozone; Gold reserve; Institutions of the European Union; List of bodies of the European Union; President of the European Central Bank; Portal:European Union/Institutions; User:Kazkaskazkasako/Nice ...

  4. Wim Duisenberg, first President of the ECB. The European Central Bank is the de facto successor of the European Monetary Institute (EMI). [4] The EMI was established at the start of the second stage of the EU's Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) to handle the transitional issues of states adopting the euro and prepare for the creation of the ECB and European System of Central Banks (ESCB). [4]

  5. Eiropas Centrālā banka — Vikipēdija

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    Eiropas Centrālā banka (ECB) ir Eiropas Savienības institūcija, kas darbojās kā Eiro zonas centrālā banka.Tās galvenais uzdevums ir nodrošināt eiro valūtas pirktspēju un cenu stabilitāti.

  6. About - European Central Bank

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    The European Central Bank is the central bank for the euro area The European Central Bank (ECB) is the central bank of the 19 European Union countries which have adopted the euro. Our main task is to maintain price stability in the euro area and so preserve the purchasing power of the single currency.

  7. Banco Central Europeu – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Fundação. O BCE foi fundado em 1 de Junho de 1998 com a adesão dos onze estados membros que tinham cumprido as condições necessárias para adotarem a moeda única em 1 de Janeiro de 1999: Portugal, Bélgica, Alemanha, Espanha, França, Irlanda, Itália, Luxemburgo, Países Baixos, Áustria, Finlândia e Reino Unido (Bank of England detém 15,9764 % de participações financeira)

  8. Selected euro area statistics and ... - European Central Bank

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    The national central banks (NCBs) of the euro area are responsible for interpreting and publishing the national contributions on their respective websites. All the statistics are published simultaneously.

  9. Central Bank: Definition, Function and Role

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    The Bank of England came next in 1694. Napoleon created the Banquet de France in 1800. Congress established the Federal Reserve in 1913.   The Bank of Canada began in 1935,   and the German Bundesbank was reestablished after World War II. In 1998, the European Central Bank replaced all the eurozone's central banks.  

  10. Official interest rates - European Central Bank

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    Key ECB interest rates. The Governing Council of the ECB sets the key interest rates for the euro area:. The interest rate on the main refinancing operations (MRO), which provide the bulk of liquidity to the banking system.