Available Reserve

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Available Reserve

The difference between a bank's excess reserve (or its reserves over and above its reserve requirements) and the funds borrowed from a discount window at the Federal Reserve. That is, the available reserve is the bank's reserve that it is free to use as it pleases because it does not have to use it to repay any debt.
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Like Hartford, the level of available reserves for cities such as New Haven and Bridgeport to withstand future economic downturns is low.
At the same time, Denis Cherkesov outlined available reserves and systemic issues, including a small amount of lending in the industry, insufficient activity in attracting federal funds, low purchase prices for milk compared with neighboring regions, and a low representation of local products on the shelves of retail chains.
Sheikh Abdulla: Available reserves more than enough Santhosh V.
And "a rush of new claims would wipe out the pot of cash earmarked to settle the litigation - as well as any uncommitted investment funds and all available reserves.
Further, the stock split will increase the number of outstanding common stock to about 230,000,000 shares and appropriate adjustments will be made to shares as well, subject to awards and available reserves under the company's equity incentive plans.
Without serious action, our budget gap by 2021 would be PS65 million and most of our available reserves used up.
As a result, once demand begins to outstrip supply after a few years, a scramble for available reserves may result, driving a spike in prices.
The focus of the business is to explore, develop, enhance and remediate multiple oil and gas properties that have proven available reserves.
And even if the country has all those available reserves, the skeptics say, industry can't mine it all.
Today's effort is to design a mix of locally forward-deployed forces and quickly available reserves ("surge forces") that can be moved at transcontinental distances to reinforce deployed forces.
The report adds, "In our opinion, the town's budgetary flexibility had remained strong, with available reserves at 14.
The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) issued the yellow alert when the available reserves became insufficient to the point that any power plant outage will result in blackouts all over Luzon.