TAF successful in liquidity provision

The Federal Reserve's Term Auction Facility (TAF) is relieving the liquidity concerns and lowering liquidity premiums in the inter-bank money market, a new paper by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas finds.

However, it has had little effect thus far on lowering the counterparty risk premiums among major financial institutions.

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