exchange equalization account


A fund established in 1932 by the Bank of England for the purpose of regulating the value of British pound which is tied to the value of sterling. The fund is used for gold and currency transactions that serve to moderate fluctuations in the exchange rate.
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Exchange Equalisation Account exchange fee