Exchange Equalisation Account
The Exchange Equalisation Account (EEA) is a fund of Her Majesty's Treasury in the United Kingdom. It holds the country's reserves of foreign currencies, gold, and special drawing rights (SDR) held at the International Monetary Fund. It was set up to provide funding which if necessary can be used to manage the exchange value of pound sterling on international markets.
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- Anna J. Schwartz. "IMF's Origins as a Blueprint for Its Future".
- JMK and the Fourth Grand Monetary Discussion, by Geoff Tily (2005)
- IMF’s Origins as a Blueprint for Its Future by Anna J. Schwartz
- Exchange Equalisation Accounts index at HM Treasury website
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