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Wall Street

Wall StreetWall Street (Wall Street) - the name of a small narrow street in lower Manhattan in New York City, Broadway leading from the coast of the East River. Considered the historical center of the Financial District of the city. The main attraction of the street - NYSE. The financial district is also sometimes called Wall Street.
 
Adjacent to the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street at 1, located office BNY Mellon, successor of the oldest in the United States, founded in 1784 by Alexander Hamilton Bank Bank of New York. Among the other attractions of the street should be noted building Federal Hall, where in 1789 was the first in the history of US presidential inauguration.
International Monetary Fund

International Monetary FundInternational Monetary Fund, the IMF (International Monetary Fund, IMF) - a specialized agency of the United Nations, with headquarters in Washington, DC, USA.

At the Bretton Woods conference of the United Nations Monetary and Financial Affairs July 22, 1944 was to develop a framework agreement (Charter of the IMF). The most significant contribution to the development of the concept of the IMF made by John Maynard Keynes, who led the British delegation, and Harry Dexter White - a senior official of the US Treasury. The final version of the agreement the first 22 states signed December 27, 1945 - the official date of the creation of the IMF. IMF began operations March 1, 1947 as part of the Bretton Woods system. In the same year, France took the first loan. The IMF now unites 188 countries in its structures and working 2,500 from 133 countries.

The IMF provides short-term and medium-term loans with a deficit of the balance of payments of the state. Providing loans are usually accompanied by a set of conditions and recommendations aimed at improving the situation.
Federal Reserve

Federal ReserveThe Federal Reserve (Fed, the Federal Reserve) - an independent federal agency to perform the functions of the central bank and the implementation of centralized control over the commercial banking system of the United States of America. The basis for the creation of a Federal Reserve Act of December 23, 1913. In the management of the Fed's decisive role played by the state, although the ownership of capital is private - Share with the special status of the shares.

Federal Reserve is an independent agency of the US government. As the nation's central bank, the Federal Reserve is authorized by the US Congress. Independence in the work provided by the fact that decisions on monetary policy should not be approved by the President of the United States or by any other of the executive or legislative branches of government, the Fed does not receive funding from Congress, the term of office of members of the Governing Council of the Federal Reserve covers several presidential terms and members of Congress. At the same time the Fed controlled Congress, which is often analyzes the activity of the Fed and the Fed can change the duties of the legislative manner.
Banks

International Monetary Fund

Wall Street

Bank of America

JP Morgan Chase

Wells Fargo

Citigroup

Goldman Sachs

Morgan Stanley

HSBC

Barclays

BNP Paribas

Credit Agricole

UBS

Credit Suisse

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS)

Deutsche Bank

Sberbank of Russia

PrivatBank

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