US House Panel OKs Fed to pay banks interest

Small businesses and banks won the right to earn interest on their deposits under two bills passed on Mar 21, 2001 by the US House Financial Services subcommittee.

The first piece of legislation allows the US Federal Reserve to pay interest on bank deposits kept at the central bank. It also gives the Fed greater flexibility in setting reserve requirements.

The House Financial Services subcommittee on financial institutions and consumer credit also adopted a separate bill that allows commercial

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