Nonborrowed Reserves


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Nonborrowed Reserves

The portion of a bank's reserves that has not been borrowed from a discount window at the Federal Reserve. One calculates the nonborrowed reserves by adding all deposits the bank has at the Federal Reserve to its cash on hand and subtracting its borrowed funds. Nonborrowed reserved are calculated each week.
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Eliminating the 3 years of nonborrowed reserves targeting from the sample even sharpens these results.
19) Nonborrowed reserves are the difference between total reserves and reserves from the Fed's discount window.
Eventually, the Volcker FOMC stopped short-term interest rate control and claimed that the target was nonborrowed reserves.
First, following Den Haan, we difference the variables, except the ratio of nonborrowed reserves and the federal funds rate; this is done to address the possible presence of unit roots.
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The supply of reserves is depicted as a kinked schedule: a perfectly inelastic supply-of-reserves section corresponding to the level of nonborrowed reserves determined by open market operations, and an upward-sloping section corresponding to discount-window borrowing.
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The fourth section presents the model in the form of a Taylor series expansion, and the fifth section extends the theory to excess reserves, free reserves, total reserves, and nonborrowed reserves.
Christiano and Eichenbaum (1992) use nonborrowed reserves to establish the association between monetary liquidity and interest rate variations.
I use the results presented by Bernanke and Blinder (1992) that the supply of nonborrowed reserves is infinitely elastic within the month to restrict the relationship between innovations in output growth, inflation and the federal funds rate.
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