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How does the Federal Reserve interest rate work?

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The Federal Reserve, America's central bank, requires all depository institutions – namely, banks – to keep a certain amount of cash on hand each night. The interest rate banks charge each other to borrow money overnight is called the federal funds rate. The Fed controls this rate, Earle explains.
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