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Federal Reserve

Definitions

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  • proper n. the central banking system of the United States

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the central bank of the United States; incorporates 12 Federal Reserve branch banks and all national banks and state-chartered commercial banks and some trust companies

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Examples

  • Thomas Hoenig, head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, oversaw dozens of bank failures when a farm boom turned bust 30 years ago.

    Down on the farm, investors see big potential

  • Two weeks ago, Federal Reserve governor Daniel Tarullo raised the possibility of doubling Tier 1 common capital levels for such banks to 14%.

    Overheard

  • Mikey Burton "We're a cop on the beat," says Steven Manzari , who helps oversee the Federal Reserve Bank of New York's embeds.

    The Regulator Down the Hall

  • 'Fedwire - ABA included - is the Federal Reserve Banks institution.

    To The Hilt

  • More Deal Journal: The New York Fed's Top Embeds In addition to policing the rules, Fed examiners should "identify vulnerabilities in a firm early enough to head off major problems," says Daniel Tarullo , a Federal Reserve governor.

    The Regulator Down the Hall

  • The Federal Reserve Bank in Dallas recently estimated that since the recovery began in June 2009, the Lone Star state has created some 37% of net new jobs in the United States, more than 265,000 jobs in all, far outpacing the other 49 states.

    Enter, Stage Right

  • Rockefeller's reversal came to mind last week when former Secretary of State George Shultz, former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker, former NATO Secretary General Javier Solana, three former Latin American presidents from Brazil, Colombia and Mexico, and the current prime minister of Greece among others issued a joint report—as the Global Commission on Drug Policy—"describ[ing] the drug war as a failure and call[ing] for a paradigm shift in global drug policy."

    More Calls for a Drug War Cease-Fire

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