The central banks of Europe owe their existence to such charters, as did also the first and second United States banks.
Provides that central banks may invest the money of branch banks in the manner already described.
Government short-term obligations are used for these purposes by many of the European central banks.
The central banks were removed to make room for the soldiers, and the slaves were served with meat and wine.
The central banks of Europe depend upon no man, selfish or altruistic.