Regulate: to control or supervise something by rules or laws.
Currency: the money that a country uses (devise)
Interest rate: the cost of borrowing (taux d’intérêt)
Central bank: National bank that provides banking and financial services for its government.
Monetary Policy: the way a central bank controls the amount of money in the economy.
Fluctuate: the irregular rise and fall of an amount.
Speculate: Buying goods and shares in the hope that their value will increase
Inflation: A general increase in prices and a fall in the relative value of money.
Basis Point: a unit of measure.