New York Fed discusses central bank lending during crises

08/12/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York published a paper discussing central bank lending during times of market illiquidity, advising that loans be made at more generous terms and "collateral of suspect quality" be accepted. Otherwise, central banks should accept only top-quality collateral and make loans at above-market rates, according to the New York Fed.

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