How Have Banks Responded to Declining Reserve Balances?
Blake Marsh and
Economic Bulletin, 2019
Reserve balances have declined by more than $1 trillion since 2014, leading banks to increase their holdings of other high-quality assets to meet liquidity requirements. However, the composition of these assets varies substantially across banks, suggesting the drivers of demand for reserves are not uniform.
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