Is the Fed Public or Private

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Is the Fed Public or Private? Decision-making Funding Ownership Checks and Balances
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Key Points The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve represents the public component of the Fed. The 12 Federal Reserve Banks and their boards of directors represent the private element of the Fed. The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) is the System’s most important monetary policymaking body
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Unformatted text preview: and relies on national and regional input to make monetary policy decisions. The Federal Reserve is self-financed primarily from interest it earns on its portfolio of U.S. Treasury Securities, insulating it from much of the political pressure that exists in the Legislative and Executive Branches of the U.S. government....
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