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A bank which acts as the bank for a government and the other banks in a country or economic area.
Central banks are sometimes known as 'reserve' banks.
The central bank in the UK is the Bank of England.
In the euro area (informally the Eurozone or Euro zone), it is the European Central Bank.
In the United States, it is the Federal Reserve System.
In Australia, it is the Reserve Bank of Australia.
- Bank of England
- Bank for International Settlements
- Bank supervision
- Banque de France
- Central bank digital currency (CBDC)
- Central bank independence
- Central bank money
- Central Bank of the Republic of China
- Central bank public goods
- Central bank reporting
- Central bank reserves
- De Nederlandsche Bank
- Digital public money
- Direct participant in an IFTS
- euro zone
- European Central Bank (ECB)
- Federal Reserve Bank
- Federal Reserve System
- Hong Kong Monetary Authority
- Institute of International Finance
- Lender of last resort
- Market maker of last resort
- Monetary authority
- Monetary Authority of Singapore
- Oversight of payment systems
- Quantitative easing
- Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA)
- Reserves account
- Reserve currency
- Swiss National Bank
- World Bank