Economy, asked by sanchitarai56, 14 days ago

130. / Who is called the 'Mother of Central Banks'?
'केन्द्रीय बैंकों की जननी' किसे कहा जाता है ?
(1) Bank of France
बैंक ऑफ फ्रांस
(2) Bank of England
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(3) Bank of Russia
बैंक ऑफ रशिया
(4) Bank of Japan
बैंक ऑफ जापान
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Answers

Answered by riddhijain03
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Answer:

(2) Bank of England

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Explanation:

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Answered by kirankaurspireedu
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Answer:

The correct answer is Bank of England

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Explanation:

  • The Bank of England is the central bank of the United Kingdom and is the model on which most modern central banks are based. She was formed as a British Government Banker in 1694 and is still one of the British Government Bankers.It was privately owned by shareholders from its establishment in 1694 until it was nationalized by the Attlee Cabinet in 1946.
  • The bank is one among the eight banks allowed to issue banknotes within the united kingdom, monopolizes the issuance of banknotes in England and Wales, and regulates the issuance of banknotes by commercial banks in Scotland and European nation. The World Bank's Monetary Policy Committee has delegated responsibility for the administration of monetary policy.
  • The Treasury has the preliminary authority to issue orders to the Commission "when the overall public interest and extreme economic conditions require", but such orders must be approved by Parliament within 28 days. The Bank's Monetary Policy Committee held its first meeting in June 2011 as a macroprudential regulator overseeing the regulation of the uk financial sector.

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