The Federal Reserve's Term Auction Facility
Sandra C. Krieger,
James McAndrews () and
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Olivier Armantier: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.)
Current Issues in Economics and Finance, 2008, issue jul
As liquidity conditions in the term funding markets grew increasingly strained in late 2007, the Federal Reserve began making funds available directly to banks through a new tool, the Term Auction Facility (TAF). The TAF provides term funding on a collateralized basis, at interest rates and amounts set by auction. The facility is designed to improve liquidity by making it easier for sound institutions to borrow when the markets are not operating efficiently.
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