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The FED is the colloquial form of Federal Reserve System and it represents the central bank of the United States. Therefore, it is equivalent to the European Central Bank (ECB) in the European Union. Its primary role is to determine and implement the country’s monetary policy to get a long-term inflation around 2%.

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