Federal Reserve System
The Federal Reserve System, the central bank of the United States, is charged with administering and making policy for the Nation’s credit and monetary affairs. Through its supervisory and regulatory banking functions it helps to maintain the banking industry in sound condition and thereby capable of responding to the Nation’s domestic and international financial needs and objective.
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Federal Reserve Statistical Releases presents all the key measures of the economy---weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual statistical economic measurements..
Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate extensive listing of associated topics.
It's Your Money hour-long Federal Reserve videotape of a program on "Saving & Investing" - $11.95.
Vehicle Leasing guide to vehicle leasing.
Home Mortgages where to shop and what to look for.
The Twelve Federal Reserve Districts point and click map of the U.S. gives you a good opportunity to learn about this organization---addresses and phone numbers are also available.
The Federal Reserve System’s National Information Center of Banking Information comprehensive information on banks and other institutions for which the Federal Reserve has a supervisory, regulatory, or research interest including both domestic and foreign banking organizations in the U.S.
Federal Reserve Y2K Page comprehensive picture of progress to date.
Project Information Documents - World Bank planning document.
Financial Services University online financial courses.