Question: If the Fed loans depository institutions 200 million in reserves
If the Fed loans depository institutions $200 million in reserves from the discount windows of the Federal Reserve banks, by how much will the legal reserves of the banking system change? What happens when these loans are repaid by the borrowing institutions?
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