liquidity adjustment facility


A tool allowing banks the ability to borrow funds through repurchase agreements, as well as allowing them to respond to liquidity pressures. Thus, it helps banks to resolve short term cash shortages in times of economic instability. This adjustment facility also is used by some governments in order to assure stability in the financial markets.
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liquidity liquidity agreement