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Reserve Maintenance Period

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The reserve maintenance period refers to the two-week period during which a bank or other thrift institution must hold the daily average amount of legal reserves it is required to hold by federal law.

The amount of reserves a bank is required to hold during the reserve maintenance period is determined by its deposits and other reservable liabilities.

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