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Noun1.Bundesbank - the central bank of Germany
central bank - a government monetary authority that issues currency and regulates the supply of credit and holds the reserves of other banks and sells new issues of securities for the government
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The Deutsche Bundesbank needs to examine the functionality of the HANA based product portfolio as well as the realization possibilities on the one hand.
The Bundesbank has declined to comment on the report.
You can exchange unlimited amounts of DM banknotes and coins for euro indefinitely and free of charge at all Deutsche Bundesbank branches," Bundesbank's (https://www.
Fourteen years after Europe began switching to the euro, the Bundesbank says the combined stash of notes and coins is worth 6.
The Arab Monetary Fund signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Deutsche Bundesbank.
Bundesbank chief Jens Weidmann has warned Angela Merkel's cabinet that a Greek exit from the euro zone would rip a hole worth billions of euros in the German budget, German business daily Handelsblatt reported on Sunday citing government sources.
One reason the Bundesbank is popular with ordinary Germans is that it is seen to pursue a more national than European agenda.
A flurry of unfavourable news reports relating to the international environment have dampened Germany's economic outlook in the second half of the year," the Bundesbank wrote in its latest monthly report.
The Deutsche Bundesbank is a key provider of technical assistance to the Bank of Albania.
In other words, the Bundesbank -- unlike Mario Draghi, head of the ECB, and his team -- wants to promote anti-inflation policies based on price stability rather than expansionary monetary policies that pay attention to unemployment.
The European Central Bank and Germany's Bundesbank central bank are getting lawyers to check the legality of the ECB's new bond-buying programme, a German newspaper said on Tuesday.
Jens Weidmann, the president of Germany's Bundesbank, has repeatedly threatened to resign because of his opposition to the European Central Bank's bond-buying programme, the German daily Bild Zeitung reported, quoting financial sources.

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