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Has financial market volatility increased?

Economic Review , Volume 74 , Issue Jun , Pages 17-30

Working Paper
Optimal interest rate rules with information from money and auction markets

Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 120

Monograph
Options on money market futures

Monograph

Journal Article
Have the Fed liquidity facilities had an effect on Libor?

In response to turmoil in the interbank lending market, the Federal Reserve inaugurated programs to bolster liquidity beginning in December 2007. Research offers evidence that these liquidity facilities have helped lower the London interbank offered rate, a key market benchmark, significantly from what it otherwise would have been expected to be.
FRBSF Economic Letter

Working Paper
On the Negatives of Negative Interest Rates

Major central banks remunerate reserves at negative rates (NIR). To study thelong-run effects of NIR, we focus on the role of reserves as intertemporal stores of value that are used to settle interbank liabilities. We construct a dynamic general equilibrium model with commercial banks holding reserves and funding investments with retail deposits. In the long run, NIR distorts investment decisions, lowers welfare, depresses output, and reduces bank profitability. The type of distortion depends on the transmission of NIR to retail deposits. The availability of cash explains the asymmetric ...
Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 2023-064

Monograph
U.S. monetary policy and financial markets

Monograph

Report
Responses to the financial crisis, treasury debt, and the impact on short-term money markets

Several programs have been introduced by U.S. fiscal and monetary authorities in response to the financial crisis. We examine the responses involving Treasury debt?the Term Securities Lending Facility (TSLF), the Supplemental Financing Program, increases in Treasury issuance, and open market operations?and their impacts on the overnight Treasury general collateral repo rate, a key money market rate. Our contribution is to consider each policy in light of the others, both to help guide policy responses to future crises and to emphasize policy interactions. Only the TSLF was designed to ...
Staff Reports , Paper 481

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The Federal Reserve’s Commercial Paper Funding Facility

Established in the wake of Lehman Brothers? bankruptcy to stabilize severe disruptions in the commercial paper market, the Commercial Paper Funding Facility (CPFF) allowed the Federal Reserve to act as a lender of last resort for issuers of commercial paper, thereby effectively addressing temporary liquidity distortions and alleviating the severe funding stress that threatened to further exacerbate the financial crisis. In doing so, the CPFF can be considered a noteworthy model of liquidity provision in a market-based financial system, where maturity transformation occurs outside of the ...
Economic Policy Review , Volume 17 , Issue May , Pages 25-39

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Eurodollars

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