• Ten fundamental objectives of the Federal Reserve

Ten fundamental objectives of the Federal Reserve

The ten fundamental objectives of the Federal Reserve, including conducting monetary policy, promoting financial stability, regulating financial institutions, promoting payment and settlement system safety and efficiency, conducting research and analysis, promoting consumer protection, facilitating international payments, providing financial services to the US government, and fostering workplace diversity and inclusion. These objectives are crucial for the Federal Reserve in fulfilling its mandate of promoting the stability and efficiency of the US economy.


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