Assets - Securities Held Outright - Securities Held Outright

2014-04-09: 3,976,536 Millions of Dollars (+ see more) 
Weekly, As of Wednesday, Not Seasonally Adjusted, WSHOL, Updated: 2014-04-10 3:51 PM CDT
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The amount of securities held by Federal Reserve Banks. This quantity is the cumulative result of permanent open market operations--outright purchases or sales of securities--conducted by the Federal Reserve. Section 14 of the Federal Reserve Act defines the securities that the Federal Reserve is authorized to buy and sell.The amount of securities held by Federal Reserve Banks. This quantity is the cumulative result of permanent open market operations--outright purchases or sales of securities--conducted by the Federal Reserve. Section 14 of the Federal Reserve Act defines the securities that the Federal Reserve is authorized to buy and sell.

Source: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

Release: H.4.1 Factors Affecting Reserve Balances

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The amount of securities held by Federal Reserve Banks. This quantity is the cumulative result of permanent open market operations--outright purchases or sales of securities--conducted by the Federal Reserve. Section 14 of the Federal Reserve Act defines the securities that the Federal Reserve is authorized to buy and sell.The amount of securities held by Federal Reserve Banks. This quantity is the cumulative result of permanent open market operations--outright purchases or sales of securities--conducted by the Federal Reserve. Section 14 of the Federal Reserve Act defines the securities that the Federal Reserve is authorized to buy and sell.

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