Exchange Equalisation Account
The Exchange Equalisation Account (EEA) is the fund of Her Majesty's Treasury in the UK holding the country's reserves of foreign currencies, gold, and special drawing rights. It can be used to manage the value of the pound sterling on international markets.
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