Federal Reserve System (Fed)
Federal Reserve System (Fed) central bank of the United States.
Federal Reserve System (Fed) is a term used to refer to the federal Reserve Bank, the central bank of the United States. Established by Congress in the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 to control the nation’s money supply.
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