Federal Reserve District

Federal Reserve District (Reserve district or district)

One of the twelve geographic regions served by a Federal Reserve Bank.

Federal Reserve District

The region over which a Federal Reserve Bank has jurisdiction. Each Federal Reserve Bank has the authority to regulate member banks in its district, as well as to help regulate the money supply. Every member bank is required to buy stock in its district's Federal Reserve Bank in order to support its efforts. Each district consists of multiple states and parts of states. For example, the Kansas City Federal Reserve District includes Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and parts of Missouri and New Mexico.
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In this capacity, Basinger will oversee bank supervision and regulation for bank holding companies, state member banks, and foreign banking organizations throughout the Twelfth Federal Reserve District, and the provision of liquidity to the payment system by extending credit through the Fed's discount window.
Louis Federal Reserve district said speculative industrial projects have picked up.
They cover air conditioning, migration, and climate-related wage and rent differentials; the burden of the evidence for the rail-guided vehicle industry in Italy, 1861-1913; English banking and payments before 1826; a statistical history of retail trade by Federal Reserve District 1919 to 1939; and the great fortunes of the Guilded Age and the crisis of 1893.
The Seventh Federal Reserve District includes Iowa, northern Illinois and Indiana and southern Wisconsin and Michigan.
Louis has created a Community Development Advisory Council and named executives from 13 organizations that represent nonprofits, financial institutions, universities, government and foundations throughout the Eighth Federal Reserve District.
The loan portfolio for banks headquartered in the Fourth Federal Reserve District made up 63.
The Summary of Commentary on Current Economic Conditions by Federal Reserve District (the Beige Book) summarizes these data by district and sector eight times a year.
INTERNET banks in the 10th Federal Reserve district seem to have profitability experiences similar to those of nonInternet banks, reports a Fed economist, even though their expenses are significantly higher.
Wicker's unit of analysis is the individual Federal Reserve district, the smallest unit for which data are available.
The CDIAC represents banks, thrift institutions and credit unions of various sizes within the Twelfth Federal Reserve District.
Preliminary rounds of the competition were hosted by participating schools within the Fifth Federal Reserve District.
The Boston Federal Reserve District includes all of New England with the exception of Fairfield County in Connecticut.

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