What is the Keynesian multiplier? By Andrew Beattie Updated April 10, — 4: The Keynesian multiplier was introduced by Richard Kahn in the s.
Regulatory Changes in Reserve Requirements and Indexation of the Low Reserve Tranche and the Reserve Requirement Exemption The following list covers regulatory changes in reserve requirements and indexation of the low reserve tranche and the reserve requirement exemption beginning December 1,and their effects on required reserves.
Effective with the reserve maintenance period beginning July 30,the required reserve system was shifted from CRR to new lagged reserve requirements LRR with reserve computation periods for weekly reporters starting thirty days before the corresponding reserve maintenance periods.
Under the new LRR regime, the lag in counting vault cash toward required reserves was lengthened from sixteen days to thirty days for institutions reporting weekly on the FR In other words, the average vault cash held during a reserve computation period would be applied toward required reserves in its corresponding reserve maintenance period.
Effective November 12,the lag in counting vault cash toward required reserves was shortened from four weeks to two weeks for institutions reporting weekly on the FR, i.
Effective April 2,the 12 percent required reserve ratio against net transaction deposits above the low reserve tranche level was reduced to 10 percent. Effective with reserve maintenance period beginning January 17,the 3 percent reserve requirement on nontransaction liabilities was reduced to zero for FR quarterly reporters.
Effective April 24,money market deposit accounts MMDAwhich had previously been subject to full reserve requirements, were made subject to the transitional phase-in program of the Monetary Control Act. In addition, the order of application of the exemption applied to reservable liabilities was changed.
Effective February 2,Regulation D was amended as follows for institutions reporting weekly on the FR Effective July 24,the 5 percent marginal reserve requirement on managed liabilities and the 2 percent supplementary reserve requirement against large time deposits were removed. Effective May 29,the marginal reserve requirement was reduced from 10 percent to 5 percent and the base upon which the marginal reserve requirement was calculated was raised.
Effective March 12,the 8 percent marginal reserve requirement was raised to 10 percent.
In addition, the base upon which the marginal reserve requirement was calculated was reduced. Effective October 11,a marginal reserve requirement of 8 percent was imposed on "managed liabilities" of member banks, Edge Act corporations, and U.
On October 25, required reserves and reserves held by Edge Act Corporations were included in member bank reserves. Previously reserves held by these institutions were recorded as "other deposits" by Federal Reserve Banks.
Effective November 30,the 10 percent minimum requirement on the domestic deposits of Edges was removed but Edges continued to be subject to the same reserve requirements as member banks. Effective October 30,the reserve requirement against member bank time deposits with an original maturity of four years or more was reduced from 3 percent to 1 percent.
Effective May 22,the reserve requirement against foreign borrowings of member banks, primarily Eurodollars, was reduced from 8 percent to 4 percent. In addition, the 3 percent marginal reserve requirement on large certificates of deposit with an initial maturity of less than four months was removed.
Effective December 27,the marginal reserve requirement against certain time deposits was reduced from 11 percent to 8 percent. Effective October 4,the marginal reserve requirement against certain time deposits was increased from 8 percent to 11 percent.
Effective July 12,reserve requirements were imposed against finance bills. In addition, reserves against certain foreign branch deposits were reduced from 10 percent to 8 percent.
These changes had little effect on required reserves. Effective November 9,Regulations D and J were revised to 1 adopt a system of reserve requirements against demand deposits of all member banks based on the amount of such deposits held by a member bank, and 2 to require banks--member and nonmember--to pay cash items presented by a Federal Reserve Bank on the day of presentation in funds available to the Reserve Bank on that day.
Effective January 7,the reserve requirement on certain foreign borrowings, primarily Eurodollars, by member banks, and the sale of assets to their foreign branches was raised from 10 percent to 20 percent.Executive Summary.
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