Norges Bank

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Norges Bank

The central bank of Norway. It controls issue of the Norwegian krone. It is responsible for controlling inflation and for maintaining financial stability. It also operates Norges Bank Investment Management, which is the Norwegian sovereign wealth fund. It was established in 1816.
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