Stable money is a precious public good. It protects savers and income earners from the erosion of wealth while promoting growth and employment.
Disruptions to the financial and monetary system can stunt economic growth, harm employment and strain government budgets.
A well functioning economy requires a stable banking system. Banking supervision is therefore responsible for monitoring credit institutions’ business activity and maintaining investor confidence.
Confidence in a currency is rooted in cash. In Germany, it is the Bundesbank’s task to provide an adequate supply of high-quality euro banknotes and coins at all times.
Efficient and secure payment systems are the foundation of a stable financial system.
2014-11-26 | Press release on Federal securities
2014-11-25 | Press release on Federal securities
2014-11-25 | Prof Claudia Buch
2014-11-25 | Dr Andreas Dombret
2014-11-24 | Dr Jens Weidmann
2014-11-21 | Dr Jens Weidmann
2014-11-21 | Dr Andreas Dombret
2014-11-18 | Dr Andreas Dombret
2014-11-18 | Press release on Federal securities
Monetary policy, financial stability, banking supervision, payment systems and cash management – here you find an overview of the main tasks of the Deutsche Bundesbank.
Brochure, 8 pages
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