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The German central bank. The Deutsche Bundesbank, with in Frankfurt-am-Main, had until 2002 a constitutional duty to protect the value of the Deutschmark, and acquired a formidable reputation for financial caution and monetary stability. Since the introduction of the euro the bundesbank has been a participant in the European System of Central Banks.


Reference: Oxford Press Dictonary of Economics, 5th edt.