# Reserve Balances Required; Top Of Penalty-Free Band

2014-08: 95,605 Millions of Dollars (+ see more)
Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted, RESBRQTPF, Updated: 2014-09-11 3:46 PM CDT
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A penalty-free band is a range on both sides of the reserve balance requirement within which an institution needs to maintain its average balance over the maintenance period in order to satisfy its reserve balance requirement. The penalty-free band replaces carryover and routine penalty waivers effective with the Regulation D changes on June 27, 2013. This series equals the sum of each institution's top of the penalty-free band. For each institution, the top of the penalty-free band is equal to the institution's reserve balance requirement plus an amount that is the greater of 10 percent of the institution's reserve balance requirement or \$50,000.

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(a) Reserve Balances Required; Top Of Penalty-Free Band, Millions of Dollars, Not Seasonally Adjusted (RESBRQTPF)
A penalty-free band is a range on both sides of the reserve balance requirement within which an institution needs to maintain its average balance over the maintenance period in order to satisfy its reserve balance requirement. The penalty-free band replaces carryover and routine penalty waivers effective with the Regulation D changes on June 27, 2013. This series equals the sum of each institution's top of the penalty-free band. For each institution, the top of the penalty-free band is equal to the institution's reserve balance requirement plus an amount that is the greater of 10 percent of the institution's reserve balance requirement or \$50,000.

Reserve Balances Required; Top Of Penalty-Free Band

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