||A loan, usually taken out by a government or company, which normally pays a fixed rate of interest over a given time period, at the end of which the loan is repaid.
||A central bank's regulation of money in circulation and interest rates.
||Well-established economies with a high degree of industrialisation, standard of living and security.
||The introduction of new money in to a country's money supply, by its central bank.
||Refers collectively to the United States, Japan, Germany, Britain, France, Canada and Italy.