NY Fed’s reserve repo facility marks new record


The Federal Reserve of New York’s overnight reverse repo facility has set a new record deposit level.

The facility took in $991.9 billion in short-term deposits from 90 counterparties on June 30. That figure was nearly 18% larger than the previous record, set only the day before, when the reverse repo window took in $841.2 billion.

The overnight reverse repo facility accepts short-term deposits from banks. It also deals with other financial institutions like government-secured entities like

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