Adjustment Credit

Adjustment Credit

A short-term loan by a Federal Reserve Bank to a member bank that the member bank takes in order to meet its reserve requirements. The adjustment credit is secured by the member bank's promissory note; it is a very common transaction.
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The standard identifies these strategies as design options that can be enacted to earn an interior lighting power adjustment credit if the interior lighting is designed using the Space-by-Space Method of compliance.
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The ECC also accorded ex-post facto approval regarding the federal government bearing exchange risk for the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Structural Adjustment Credit.
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HOLLAND - Cable television customers who have rented HD or HD/DVR boxes from Cox Communications between March 1 and July 1, will receive a converter service adjustment credit in their November bill, according to Chairman of Selectmen James E.
This amendment will also replace the adjustment credit and extended credit lending programs with primary credit and secondary credit lending programs.
The results for Q3-2003 were aided by a valuation- adjustment credit of $2,416,000, equivalent to $0.
From January 1990 to the end of 2002, adjustment credit borrowing averaged $113 million.
Under the old discount window arrangement, the discount rate on adjustment credit typically was below the funds rate, sometimes by a very substantial margin.
The rates for adjustment credit provided to depository institutions under section 201.
9, 2003, and replaced adjustment credit and extended credit programs with primary and secondary credit programs.