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Federal Reserve note

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(Banking & Finance) a bank note issued by the Federal Reserve Banks and now serving as the prevailing paper currency in circulation in the US
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Noun1.Federal Reserve note - a piece of paper money (especially one issued by a central bank)Federal Reserve note - a piece of paper money (especially one issued by a central bank); "he peeled off five one-thousand-zloty notes"
folding money, paper currency, paper money - currency issued by a government or central bank and consisting of printed paper that can circulate as a substitute for specie
silver certificate - formerly a bank note issued by the United States Treasury and redeemable in silver
c-note, hundred dollar bill - a United States bill worth 100 dollars
fifty dollar bill, fifty - a United States bill worth 50 dollars
twenty dollar bill, twenty - a United States bill worth 20 dollars
ten dollar bill, tenner - a United States bill worth 10 dollars
five dollar bill, fiver, five-spot - a United States bill worth 5 dollars
two dollar bill - a United States bill worth 2 dollars
dollar bill, one dollar bill, buck, clam, dollar - a piece of paper money worth one dollar
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Part of the agreement's headline reads: "United States of America: Federal reserve notes department in agreement with Kenya government under the authority of Kenya Central Bank."
Gold previously dispersed across private banks was to be centralized within the Federal Reserve System as a reserve against the note and deposit liabilities of the Reserve Banks, and national bank notes were to be replaced by Federal Reserve notes. (22) There was no intention of displacing U.S.
Before passage of the Wyoming Legal Tender Act, the laws of that state required that all debts be paid in Federal Reserve notes or in coins issued by the government of the United States.
was consolidated into Federal Reserve Notes, United States Notes, and Silver Certificates; privately issued bank notes were eliminated.
In particular, Rogoff proposes that, at a minimum, large-denomination Federal Reserve notes be eliminated.
First, currency (Federal Reserve Notes) increased from $758 billion to $1,407 billion, an average annual growth rate of about 6 percent.
Yet, we've seen four years of the Federal Reserve--now on its third quantitative-easing program--experimenting with its own type of greenback program, creating new money out of thin air in the form of credits in Federal Reserve Notes to purchase trillions of dollars of bonds from big banks and hedge funds.
In the early twentieth century, Federal Reserve notes were still redeemable for gold and gold coins still circulated in the US economy.
government redesigns Federal Reserve notes to stay ahead of counterfeiters.
The liabilities consist mainly of Federal Reserve notes in circulation (paper currency) and reserve accounts of banks located in the Reserve District.
Volume 2 of Allan Meltzer's monetarist History of the Federal Reserve notes Bretton Woods "might have continued if price adjustment had occurred promptly in response to domestic policy choices, differences in productivity growth, changes in the extent of capital mobility, and the like." President Nixon had either to devalue the dollar versus other currencies or to deflate.
paper currency (e.g., silver certificates, Treasury notes, Federal Reserve notes).

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