n. (central bank English)
Usage examples of "central banks".
After all, it is ultimately the central banks' money at risk, not the BIS's.
They are stamped with the names of central banks from a few places Goto Dengo has been and many he's only heard of: Singapore, Saigon, Batavia, Manila, Rangoon, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Canton.
If NSA, say, pays attention to what the big central banks are doing, you are ideally located to take advantage of the signals-intelligence they gather and cross-deck to Langley.
If NSA, say, pays attention to what the big central banks are doing, you are ideally located to take advantage of the signals.
The bureaucracy had failed in its promise to protect Japan's central banks, three-quarters of whose assets were in equities and real estate.
As vice-chairman of one of only three central banks, Zen Godo wielded almost unlimited power in the Japan of 1946.
It was he who helped formulate the new economic setup: Guided by government policy, the central banks over-loaned to specific companies to get them started up.
Soon these central banks would become the nuclei of the successors to the zaibatsu, the traditional family-run conglomerates.
We sent out a press release this afternoon in the secretary's name praising the British and French central banks for lowering their interest rates during this time of crisis, and insisting that Germany do the same immediately.