Fed’s Standing Repo Facility sees little action

The Fed’s Standing Repo Facility (SRF) did not see any operations last week, when some banking failures saw borrowing from the discount window at record highs. We’ve heard that the 17 firms that can use the SRF are not the firms that need capital currently.

The SRF is intended as a backstop measure and way to reduce demand for reserves.

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