European Economic and Monetary Union


EMU. A monetary union in Europe which succeeded the European Monetary System. This union began to take effect in 1990, over a series of three steps. The first step abolished individual member exchange rate control, the second step established the European Central Bank, and the third step created the Euro as the common currency.
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EMU Index European Exchange Rate mechanism