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Forex Online1's Team a put between your hands the most important explanation of the world's central banks, which Affect its decisions on the currency market (Forex) along with other global financial markets. In addition to the statements of officials of those banks, not less influence on decisions, but have important implications and influential.

In that paragraph we explain the detailed about the most important central banks and origins. The heads of those banks. Another interest rate decisions for each bank. The most important and influential members who are entitled to vote in regard to decisions of such banks.

Now, you explain in detail:

First: The Central American Federal Bank (FED)

 Abstract: Federal Reserve System is the central banking system of the United States. Was created in 1913 through the enactment of theFederal Reserve, was created in response to a series of cases offinancial panic and financial management of banks in the organization, especially in the case of panic that occurred in the country in 1907. Over time, the roles and responsibilities of the Federal Reserve System has expanded its scope. And the evolution of organizational structure. And became responsible fully accountable to the political administration in the management of thebanking system of the country.

President of the bank  Ben S. Bernanke

Members who are entitled to vote and decisions are Bank :

William C. Dudley

Elizabeth A. Duke

Richard W. Fisher

Donald L. Kohn

Randall S. Kroszner

Sandra Pianalto

Current interest rate for the bank's decision :  0.25% / 0.00%

Couples affected by the decisions of the Bank and the statements of its officials :


EUR / USD ?€¦ USD / JPY ?€¦ GBP / USD ?€¦ USD/ CHF?€¦ USD / CAD ?€¦ AUD / USD

NZD / USD ?€¦ GOLD ?€¦ OIL

 

 


Second: The European Central Bank (ECB)

Abstract: The European Central Bank is one of the most importantworld's central banks. Where he was responsible for monetarypolicy, which covers the 16 Member States in the euro area.Established for it by the European Union in 1998 and based inFrankfurt, Germany.

President of the bank : Jean Claude Trichet


Members who are entitled to vote:

Lucas D. Papademos

Lorenzo Bini Smaghi

Jos?© Manuel Gonz?¡lez-P?¡ramo

J?¼rgen Stark

Gertrude Tumpel-Gugerell

Guy Quaden

Axel A. Weber 

John Hurley 

Georgios Provopoulos 

Miguel Fern?¡ndez Ord?³?±ez

Christian Noyer

Mario Draghi

Athanasios Orphanides

Yves Mersch

Michael C. Bonello 

Nout Wellink 

Ewald Nowotny 

V?­tor Manuel Ribeiro Const?¢ncio

Marko Kranjec 

Ivan ? ramko

Erkki Liikanen   

Current interest rate of the Bank: 1.00%

Couples, which is greatly affected by the decisions of the World Bank and the statements of its officials :


EUR / USD ?€¦ EUR/ JPY ?€¦ EUR/ GBP ?€¦ EUR / CAD ?€¦ EUR / CAD ?€¦ EUR/ CHF ?€¦ GOLD

 

Third: The Bank of England BOE

Abstract: Bank of England is the central bank of the United Kingdom. Although he named a special UK. But he is a unique model and the reference, which is based upon other central bankshave set up in 1694. To act as banker to the government English.Even today this is still responsible for the banking system of the British government.

President of the Bank of England

President of the bank : Mervyn King


Members who are entitled to vote and decisions are Bank :

Charles Bean
Deputy Governor
Sir John Gieve
Deputy Governor
Kate Barker
Tim Besley 
Prof. David Blanchflower
Spencer Dale 
Andrew Sentance
Paul Tucker

Current interest rate of the Bank: 0.50%

Couples affected by the decisions of the Bank and the statements of its officials :

GBP / USD ?€¦ GBP / JPY ?€¦ EUR / GBP ?€¦ GBP / CHF


Fourth: the Swiss Central Bank SNB

 

Abstract: Swiss National Bank is responsible for Swiss monetary policy for the issuance of banknotes and the Swiss franc. Swiss National Bank set up under special regulations. About 55% of theshares owned by public institutions such as the cantons andcantonal banks. The rest of the shares traded in the stock market ismostly owned by private individuals. In spite of the geographical distribution of the Switzerland is not associated with the single European currency (euro).

President of the bank : Jean-Pierre Roth

Members who are entitled to vote and take decisions and they bank :

Jean-Pierre Roth
Philipp Hildebrand
Thomas Jordan  

Current interest rate of the Bank : 0.25%

Couples affected by the decisions of the Bank and the statements of its officials :


USD / CHF ?€¦ GBP / CHF ?€¦ EUR / CHF ?€¦ CHF / JPY ?€¦ CAD / CHF



Fifth: The Reserve Bank of Australia RBA

Abstract: Reserve Bank of Australia came into existence on January 14, 1960. Australia's central bank and the authority to issuesecurities have emerged following the Reserve Bank in 1959 to cancel the functions of central banks of the Commonwealth Bank.The World Bank has responsibility for providing services to the Government of Australia, and profits of the bank is brought backagain, in addition to the provision of services is also of central banks and other official institutions. .


President of the bank : Glenn Stevens


Members who are entitled to vote and take decisions and they the bank :


Glenn Stevens

Ric Battellino

Ken Henry

John Akehurst

Jillian Broadbent

Roger Corbett

Graham Kraehe

Donald McGauchie

Warwick McKibbin

Current interest rate of the Bank : 4.00%

Couples affected by the decisions of the the bank and the statements of its officials :

AUD / USD ?€¦ AUD / JPY ?€¦ EUR / AUD ?€¦ AUD / CAD ?€¦ AUD / NZD ?€¦ GOLD  

 

Sixth: Bank of Canada BOC

Abstract: Bank of Canada, which is called in French (Banque du Canada) This the bank was created under the Act of 1934, which led to the promotion of economic and financial situation for Canada.And is the only source of banknotes in Canada, and the Central Bank is primarily responsible for the Canadian dollar. The bank's headquarters is located in the Bank of Canada building at the corner of Wellington in downtown Ottawa .

 

President of the bank  : Mark J. Carney


Members who are entitled to vote and take decisions and they the bank :

Mark J. Carney

W. Paul Jenkins

David Longworth

Pierre Duguay

John Murray

Current interest rate of the Bank : 0.25%

Couples affected by the decisions of the the bank and the statements of its officials :


USD / CAD ?€¦ EUR / CAD ?€¦ CAD / JPY ?€¦ AUD / CAD ?€¦ CAD / CHF ?€¦ OIL

 

 

Seventh: Central Bank of New Zealander (RBNZ)

 

Abstract: Central Bank of New Zealand is the central bank in New Zealand, and form the framework of the central bank in New Zealandin 1989. Governor of the Central Bank is responsible for thecurrency and the work of New Zealand monetary policy. Bank staffworking under the administrative hierarchy.

President of the bank  : Dr. Alan Bollard

Members who are entitled to vote and take decisions and they the bank:

Dr. Alan Bollard

Current interest rate of the Bank : 2.50%

Couples affected by the decisions of the the bank and the statements of its officials :


NZD / USD ?€¦ NZD / JPY ?€¦ AUD / NZD ?€¦ EUR / NZD

 

Eighth: Bank of Japan(BOJ)

Abstract: Bank of Japan is Japan's central bank. The Bank onseveral goals: the issuance of securities .. Currency ..... ... the implementation of monetary control and to ensure smoothsettlement of funds between banks and other financial institutions, thus contributing to maintaining the stability of the financial system. "

The law also provides that the bank is responsible for currency and monetary control by the Bank of Japan, which must aim to achieve price stability. And thus contribute to the development Asilymp of the national economy.

President of the bank  : Masaaki Shirakawa

Members who are entitled to vote and take decisions and they the bank :

H. Yamaguchi
Kohiko G. Nishimura
Miyako Suda
Atsushi Mizuno
Tadao Noda
Seiji Nakamura
Hidetoshi Kamezaki 

Current interest rate of the Bank : 0.10%

Couples affected by the decisions of the the bank and the statements of its officials :

USD / JPY ?€¦ GBP / JPY ?€¦ EUR / JPY ?€¦ AUD / JPY ?€¦ CHF / JPY?€¦  NZD / JPY ?€¦ CAD / JPY




Please accept greetings / Mahmoud Mahmoud Abd Allah

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