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Non-open-market monetary policy operations

Business Review , Issue Jan , Pages 3-15

Journal Article
Lagged and contemporaneous reserve accounting: an alternative view

Review , Volume 65 , Issue Nov , Pages 26-33

Speech
Recent developments in key legal issues of international reserves investments

Remarks at the Central Reserve Bank of Peru on the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act and Central Bank Immunity in the United States.
Speech , Paper 48

Journal Article
Increase in amount to which reserve requirement will apply in 1989

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Feb

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Sweep accounts lower reserve balances, complicate fed funds targeting

Financial Update , Volume 12 , Issue Jul , Pages 4-5

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Short-run monetary control under alternative reserve accounting rules

Economic Review , Issue Sum suppl

Journal Article
New seasonal factors for the adjusted monetary base

Review , Volume 67 , Issue Dec , Pages 29-33

Report
Reserve levels and intraday federal funds rate behavior

We analyze the impact of aggregate reserve levels on the intraday behavior of the federal funds rate over a sample period extending from 2002 to 2005. We study both how the reserve levels accumulated earlier in a maintenance period influence the morning level of the funds rate relative to the target set by the FOMC, and how same-day reserve levels as well as the reserve levels accumulated earlier affect intraday movements of the funds rate. The impact of recurring calendar events on the behavior of the federal funds rate is also explored. In general, we find a negative relationship between ...
Staff Reports , Paper 284

Report
A note on bank lending in times of large bank reserves

The amount of reserves held by the U.S. banking system reached $1.5 trillion in April 2011. Some economists argue that such a large quantity of bank reserves could lead to overly expansive bank lending as the economy recovers, regardless of the Federal Reserve?s interest rate policy. In contrast, we show that the size of bank reserves has no effect on bank lending in a frictionless model of the current banking system, in which interest is paid on reserves and there are no binding reserve requirements. We also examine the potential for balance-sheet cost frictions to distort banks? lending ...
Staff Reports , Paper 497

Report
Should there be intraday money markets?

In this paper, we consider the case for an intraday market for reserves. We discuss the separate roles of intraday and overnight reserves and argue that an intraday market could be organized in the same way as the overnight market. We present arguments for and against a market for intraday reserves when the marginal cost of overnight reserves is positive. We also consider how reserves should be supplied when the cost of overnight reserves is zero. In that case, the distinction between overnight and intraday reserves becomes blurred, raising an important question: What is the role of the ...
Staff Reports , Paper 337

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