Central bank staff costs

Central banks, as with all official-sector bodies, are under constant pressure to improve efficiency and justify their costs. As agencies that produce rather than consume revenue, and whose profits vary according to much more than just operating expenses, the actual cost to a nation of running a central bank can be somewhat obscured. Nevertheless, the operating costs of central banks do represent a real call on resources, and reduce the profits that would otherwise be distributed to governments

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