The concepts are:
-The International Financial system
Select one of these concepts and find a related article at the New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/ . Try clicking on "Business" on the left to see the business/financial related articles or search by entering your topic in the search box.
You'll find one (or several articles) to analyze. Remember to focus upon your selected concept in your analysis.
Central Bank Concept:
The central bank provides money to the economy in the incidents where the commercial banks are not able to therefore ensuring that the banking system of a country does not end in failure. The central bank has a central role of ensuring that inflation is controlled through ensuring price stability of the currencies of a country. In addition to the above factor, the central bank regulates the monetary policy available in a country while at the same time providing coins and printer notes which will circulate within the economy of a country (What are central banks, 2010).
Looking at the article titled, 'A central Bank Doing What It Should', several aspects are clearly brought out on what a central bank is not expected to do for instance, stepping up its purchases in a drastic manner based on the available government's bond. In addition, the central bank is not expected to directly finance a government. Moreover, printing notes and issuing coins which are required for bailing out the government through the International Monetary Fund. The central bank is only involved in the act of lending to banks, ...
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