The ECB, whose staff come from all over Europe, works closely with the national central banks in the euro area to deliver and maintain price stability – the value of our money – as well as with the national supervisory authorities to ensure sound banking supervision.
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The European Council defines the EU's general political direction and priorities. At the Council of the EU, national ministers meet to adopt laws and coordinate policies.More
The European Central Bank (ECB) manages the euro and frames and implements EU economic & monetary policy. Its main aim is to keep prices stable, thereby supporting economic growth and job creation.More