Markets & Policy Implementation

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York implements monetary policy on behalf of the Federal Reserve System, as mandated by the Federal Open Market Committee. To accomplish this, the Bank conducts temporary and permanent open market operations. Securities purchased through these operations are managed in a portfolio known as the System Open Market Account and are lent on a daily basis through the securities lending program. The Bank also implements foreign exchange policy on behalf of the System and the U.S. Treasury.
Open Market Operations: Transaction Data
Detailed data on open market, securities lending and foreign currency transactions—including, for each transaction, the date, amount, counterparty, price or interest rate paid or received, and the type and value of collateral or assets transferred.
Interest Rate Control during Normalization
Remarks by Simon Potter at the SIFMA Conference on Securities Financing Transactions, New York City
October 7, 2014
Restoring Confidence in Reference Rates
Remarks by President Dudley at the Salomon Center for the Study of Financial Institutions, New York University Stern School of Business, New York City
October 2, 2014
Implementation of Open Market Operations in a Time of Transition
Remarks by Simon Potter before the Japan Center for Economic Research, Tokyo, Japan
September 25, 2014
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