The European Central Bank is the central bank for the European Union member states. It controls the monetary policy for the euro and seeks to keep prices stable across the Eurozone. Each member state owns part of the ECB and participates in the decisions of the bank, but their influence is not necessarily equal. The ECB is the only body that can sanction the creation and issuance of euros.
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