# Capital - Capital Paid in

2014-09-17: 28,173 Millions of Dollars (+ see more)
Weekly, As of Wednesday, Not Seasonally Adjusted, WCPIL, Updated: 2014-09-18 4:01 PM CDT
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Banks that are members of the Federal Reserve System make payments for Federal Reserve Bank capital stock. Each member is required by law to become a shareholder and subscribe to shares of its district Reserve Bank in an amount equal to 6 percent of its own paid-in capital and surplus. Of this amount, half must be paid to the Federal Reserve and half remains subject to call by the Board of Governors. When a member's capital or surplus changes, its holdings of Reserve Bank stock must be adjusted accordingly.

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(a) Capital - Capital Paid in, Millions of Dollars, Not Seasonally Adjusted (WCPIL)
Banks that are members of the Federal Reserve System make payments for Federal Reserve Bank capital stock. Each member is required by law to become a shareholder and subscribe to shares of its district Reserve Bank in an amount equal to 6 percent of its own paid-in capital and surplus. Of this amount, half must be paid to the Federal Reserve and half remains subject to call by the Board of Governors. When a member's capital or surplus changes, its holdings of Reserve Bank stock must be adjusted accordingly.

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