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Free reserves

Free Reserves

Bank reserves over and above a bank's reserve requirements, less the amount it has borrowed from the Federal Reserve. That is, free reserves are extra cash a bank keeps in liquid assets (that is, what it does not loan out) beyond its legal requirement, minus what it must repay.
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DIRECTORS at Newcastlebased North Group - one of the world's biggest shipping insurance mutuals - have revised their projection for the group's yearend free reserve up to PS251m, a 12% boost on last year.
He also said the stimulus package had become necessary after banks exhausted subsidized loans by utilizing free reserve requirements.
The Federal Reserve's Attachment to the Free Reserve Concept.
If sediment settles at bottom oil, pour off oil and discard sediment Strain oil again and repeal until mostly sediment free Reserve at room temperature.
The North of England Protecting and Indemnity Association (NEPIA) grew strongly in the year to the end of February with its free reserve boosted by 30% to pounds 190m.
3 months of claims and administrative expense -- or $148 million -- in free reserve.
In case of partnership,the percentage of partnership should not exceed 20% of the free reserve and 10% of the capital of the company.
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Nepia does not publish its accounts in terms of turnover and profit, but rather calculates a free reserve - equivalent to a bottom line profit - based on its underwriting surplus and available investment income.
As a mutual, the business does not publish its accounts in terms of turnover and profit, but rather calculates a free reserve, equivalent to a bottomline profit, based on its underwriting surplus and available investment income.
The malaria free reserve has already established the black rhino, an endangered species, and has four females and one male lion in an enclosed area.
North P&I does not publish its accounts in terms of turnover and profit, but rather calculates a free reserve - equivalent to a bottom-line profit - based on its underwriting surplus and available investment income.