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The Deutsche Bundesbank is the central bank of Federal Republic of Germany and thus the & ldquo; Bank of the Banks & ldquo ;.
It has been part of the Eurosystem since 1999, in which it is responsible for the common currency, the euro, together with the other national central banks and the European Central Bank. Half of the six members of the Executive Board of the Bundesbank are proposed by the Federal Government and half by the Federal Council and appointed by the Federal President. The Bundesbank is independent of instructions from the Federal Government. Their status is therefore comparable to that of the Federal Constitutional Court. It employs around 10,000 people in its headquarters in Frankfurt am Main, in nine main administrative offices and in 47 branches nationwide. The Bundesbank uses this nationwide network for its operational activities in the areas
- Cash supply,
cashless payments and
- Banking supervision.
The top priority of the Deutsche Bundesbank
The primary goal of all activities of the Bundesbank is: to secure the stability of the general price level and of the financial system . Thorough analyzes, a long-term orientation and neutrality towards individual interests are essential for this. In its stability policy, the Bundesbank is also dependent on support from economic, financial and wage policy.
Motif of the 10 euro silver coin
The picture side of the 10-euro silver coin shows banknotes, coins and gold bars as well as industrial plants and financial institutions on scales under a growth curve in front of the far front of the Bundesbank headquarters in Frankfurt am Main.
|Value / currency:||10 Euro|
|Condition / stamping quality:||Polished plate|