Changing Reserve Requirements

If there were no government rules, banks would probably keep only a small fraction of their deposits in the form of reserves. In fact, ‘American banks are  today required to keep substantially more reserves than are necessary for meeting customers’ needs. These legal reserve requirements are a crucial part of the mechanism by which the Fed controls the supply of bank money. This subsection describes the nature of legal reserve requirements and shows how they affect the money supply.

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