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MONETARY POLICY IMPROVEMENT ACT OF 1979






                 HEARINGS
                     BEFORE THE

                COMMITTEE ON

BANKING, HOUSING, AND URBAN AFFAIRS


          UNITED STATES SENATE

             NINETY-SIXTH CONGRESS

                    FIRST SESSION
                        ON

                        S. 85
   TO AMEND THE FEDERAL RESERVE ACT TO PROVIDE FOR
   MAINTENANCE OF RESERVES IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE
   IMPLEMENTATION OF MONETARY POLICY, TO PROMOTE COM-
   PETITIVE EQUALITY AMONG DEPOSITORY INSTITUTIONS, TO
   REQUIRE THE IMPOSITION OF SERVICE CHARGES FOR SERV-
   ICES BY FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS, AND FOR OTHER
                     PURPOSES

                       S. 353
   TO FACILITATE THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION
   OF MONETARY POLICY; TO REDUCE AND RESTRUCTURE
   RESERVE REQUIREMENTS; AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE MAIN-
   TENANCE OF RESERVES BY MEMBER BANKS AND OTHER
   DEPOSITORY INSTITUTIONS IN EARNINGS PARTICIPATION
        ACCOUNTS AT THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS


        FEBRUARY 26, MARCH 26, 27, 28, AND MAY 14, 1979


        Printed for the use of the Committee on Banking, Housing,
                   and Urban Affairs








             U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE


44-2400O


WASHINGTON : 1979

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