weekly reporting banks

weekly reporting banks
банк., амер. банки, отчитывающиеся еженедельно*
а) (крупные коммерческие банки, еженедельно информирующие Федеральную резервную системы о своих активах и пассивах; Совет управляющих ФРС по средам публикует еженедельный консолидированный баланс таких банков)
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б) (банки — крупнейшие участники денежного рынка в Нью-Йорке, которые еженедельно информируют Федеральный резервный банк Нью-Йорка о своем финансовом состоянии)
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банки, отчитывающиеся еженедельно: 1) большие коммерческие банки, информирующие ФРС о своих активах и пассивах еженедельно (примерно 300); Совет управляющих ФРС по средам публикует еженедельный консолидированный баланс таких банков; 2) девять банков-крупнейших участников денежного рынка в Нью-Йорке, еженедельно информирующие резерв-ный банк Нью-Йорка о своем финансовом состоянии.

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