The Bank of Canada is in a bit of a pickle.
The central bank has become a central player in a global financial market collapse, and it appears that there is no end in sight to the pain.
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Yet the Bank itself has been, and continues to be, a central bank that can only serve the public interest and that is, in some sense, accountable to no one.
This is what has made it such a pivotal institution in our economy and our lives.
Its role in the collapse has been very clear, and its role in this market crash is a little less clear.
The key difference is that while the Bank is the central institution of the central banking system, it is no longer the sole central bank in the world.
It has become the “Central Bank of the World”, and its mission is to serve as the lender of last resort to central banks and governments.
Its mission, therefore, has shifted from being to manage central banks to being to provide a central lender of central banks.
This has been done because of the extraordinary expansion in the size and scope of its assets and liabilities over the past few years.
The Bank’s role in an economic collapse The Bank’s central role in central banking, as an institution with no independence or independence from the government, has also changed dramatically.
At the end of 2008, the Bank was in an unusual position to play a key role in a major global financial collapse.
It had $US70 trillion of assets and $US20 trillion of liabilities.
It also had some $US2 trillion of net foreign assets.
Its total assets and net liabilities, however, were far smaller than those of many central banks that are global central banks, such as the United States Federal Reserve.
It was also an institution in a recession.
The Federal government had taken a very tough stance on the world economy during the Great Recession, and the Bank had been left to deal with the fallout from it.
The Bank had to balance its budget and keep its balance sheets in order to continue lending to the financial markets.
But now, the global economy has changed radically.
And so the Bank’s independence has changed.
In a crisis, when the economy has been hit by massive outflows of capital and money, the economy is more vulnerable to the adverse impact of financial crises than it was in 2008.
This can happen in two ways: a) by creating more demand for assets; or b) by weakening the economy by driving up the cost of living.
When the global economic system is weakened by a financial crisis, it means that there are more jobs available in the private sector than there are in the public sector, meaning more demand to be supplied to the economy.
So the demand for the economy to be able to supply its citizens with food, clothing and shelter increases.
But as more of the economic output is put into the hands of the private sectors, and as this demand is being reduced or even wiped out by financial crises, the demand is not being supplied by the private-sector sector, and so the demand to spend on public goods and services declines.
For example, the recent economic downturn has meant that Australia’s public debt has increased by about $US150 billion.
But the number of Australians in debt to the Bank, which is not public debt, has increased as well.
The number of households with a debt to their Bank has increased from $US15 billion in the end-June quarter to $US29 billion at the end, while the number in debt from their employers has decreased from $18 billion at end-July to $14 billion at present.
In short, the impact of a financial crash on the Australian economy has become even more severe than the impact on the private economy.
And this has had a knock-on effect on the financial sector.
It means that the Bank no longer has the financial muscle to provide support to its clients.
So the role of the Bank as a lender of funds has been changed from being central to being a lender to the central banks in order that they can provide support for the banking system and their financial system, in particular, the Fed.
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The role of central banking The Federal Bank of Japan, for example, was one of the first central banks which had an explicit role in supporting the Japanese economy.
It provided liquidity to banks, including commercial banks, and also helped to lend money to private- and public-sector banks