Regulation G

Regulation G

Federal Reserve Board regulation of lenders other than commercial banks, brokers, or dealers that provide credit for the purchase of or carrying of securities. This regulation was discontinued by a 1998 amendment.
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Regulation G

A former regulation of the Federal Reserve defining the terms under which investors other than broker-dealers and banks may purchase U.S. Treasury Securities. It was rescinded in 1998.
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Regulation G

A Federal Reserve regulation that extends control over credit to purchase and carry listed stocks to firms other than brokers, dealers, and banks.
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