marginal reserve requirement


marginal reserve requirement

фр. coefficient marginal de réserve

исп. encaje legal adicional; reserva obligatoria adicional

требования по дополнительному резервированию

Часть дополнительных депозитов, которую, согласно действующему законодательству, финансовые институты, принимающие вклады (т.е. банки), должны оставлять на своих счетах или держать в центральном банке. В США это касается требований по дополнительному резервированию увеличивающихся обязательств банков, введенных Федеральной резервной системой с целью ограничить кредитную экспансию.


Финансы и долги. — М.: Весь мир. 1997.

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