Monetary Accord of 1951


An agreement reached between the Federal Reserve Board and the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury after World War II which gave the fed its independence from the Treasury and, contrary to the Treasury's wishes, allowed it to increase interest rates on treasury bills issued to support the deficit resulting from the War.
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