Fed Amends Rule To Limit Bank Emergency LendingMani
The Federal Reserve adopted a new rule Monday requiring that every new Fed lending program be designed broadly enough that at least five potential recipients could be eligible to participate.
The Fed’s latest rule would curtail the central bank from providing emergency lending to a single failing firm, like AIG, and also would bar the Fed from making loans to insolvent firms.
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