3 Written questions
3 Multiple choice questions
- The interest rate banks and other depository institutions charge one another on overnight loans made out of their excess reserves.
- The funds that a bank has on deposit at the Federal Reserve Bank of its district (plus its vault cash).
- The multiple of its excess reserves by which the banking system can expand checkable deposits and thus the money supply by making new loans (or buying securities); equal to 1 divided by the reserve requirement.
3 True/False questions
Excess reserves → The amount by which a bank's or thrift's actual reserves exceed its required reserves; actual reserves minus required reserves.
Balance sheet → The currency a bank has in its vault and cash drawers.
Required reserves → The funds that banks and thrifts must deposit with the Federal Reserve Bank (or hold as vault cash) to meet the legal reserve requirement; a fixed percentage of the bank's or thrift's checkable deposits.