Located in economic hubs, in large cities like Los Angeles, New York, London, and Hong Kong, these types of banks earn revenue from transactions with governments, big businesses, and other banks, and not the individual consumer. Regular banks typically get interest rates and business practices from these banks. Also known as money market center banks.

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