adjustment credit

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An advance made by a US Federal Bank to smaller banks to satisfy short-term lending needs. The loans may be made for as short a term as 15 days. Adjustment credits are most often used when interest rates are high and money supply is short.

Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services.

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