Federal Reserve Board Proposes New Data Collection Requirements Related to Money Market Instruments

Author(s): Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

June 27, 2013

The Federal Reserve Board on Tuesday proposed new data collection requirements related to selected money market instruments. To assist the Federal Reserve in monitoring money market conditions, the proposal would require insured depository institutions with total assets of $26 billion or more, and U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks with third party assets of $900 million or more, to report daily to the Federal Reserve on their federal funds transactions, Eurodollar transactions, and certificates of deposit.

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