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Bank mergers and deposit interest rate rigidity

In this paper I revisit the debate on the impact of bank and market characteristics on the rigidity of retail bank interest rates. Whereas existing research in this area has been exclusively concerned with static measures of bank and market structure, I adopt a dynamic approach which explores the rigidity effects of the changes of bank and market structure generated by bank mergers. I find that bank mergers significantly affect the frequency of changes to deposit rates. In particular, the probability of adjusting deposit rates in response to shocks in money market rates significantly drops ...
Working Papers (Old Series) , Paper 1131

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Ownership of demand deposits

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Apr

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The pricing and hedging of market index deposits

Quarterly Review , Volume 12 , Issue Sum , Pages 9-20

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Post-resolution treatment of depositors at failed banks: implications for the severity of banking crises, systemic risk, and too big to fail

Losses from bank failures have significant adverse implications for bank stakeholders, as well as for the macroeconomy. This article examines the potential sources of such losses, in particular the losses that may occur after the date a bank is failed, and makes recommendations on how to minimize these losses.
Economic Perspectives , Volume 26 , Issue Q II

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The impact of deposit interest rate deregulation on bank riskiness

Financial Industry Studies Working Paper , Paper 91-4

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Western finance

FRBSF Economic Letter

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Bank pricing of retail deposit accounts and \"the California rate mystery\"

Economic Review , Issue Spr , Pages 3-16

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Should we reduce the role of banks in the monetary policy process?

The traditional view of banks in the monetary and price level control process is based on banks being producers of money in the form of deposits. Some economists have recently argued, however, that growth of bank deposits has no affect on price level stability. They say that the role of banks in the monetary policy process could be reduced with no adverse effect on price level stability, principally by removing reserve requirements.
Economic Review , Volume 73 , Issue Feb , Pages 18-28

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Tenth district banking developments in 1986

Financial Letters , Issue Jan

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What goes up must come down? Asymmetries and persistence in bank deposit interest rates

Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 93-36

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