the Federal Reserve Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"the Federal Reserve" in British English

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the Federal Reservenoun

uk   us   (informal the Fed)
the centralbank of the US
(Definition of the Federal Reserve from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"the Federal Reserve" in Business English

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the Federal Reservenoun

uk   us   (also informal the Fed) BANKING, FINANCE, GOVERNMENT
→  the Federal Reserve Board : Investors are ​concerned that problems in the ​housingmarket could ​force the Federal Reserve to ​cutinterestrates.
→  the Federal Reserve System : As ​privatecreditmarkets make a ​recovery, ​banks have been ​borrowing less from the Federal Reserve's ​emergencylendingprogram.
(Definition of the Federal Reserve from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “the Federal Reserve”
in Chinese (Simplified) 美国联邦储备银行…
in Chinese (Traditional) 美國聯邦儲備銀行…
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