The extra funds will come through additional term repurchase agreements, the first of which is due to take place on 28 November, injecting about $8 billion and maturing on 10 January 2008.
"The timing and amounts of subsequent term operations spanning the year-end will be influenced by market and reserve developments," the New Yor
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