Federal Reserve Board: H.2 Release for Week Ending July 20, 2019; H.4.1 Release (Balance Sheet) for Week Ending July 25, 2019

The Federal Reserve Board (Board) publishes a weekly digest of its activities on its website. The digest is called the H.2 Release and is published every Thursday. The release for the week ending July 20, 2019, is below.

H.2 Release–Action of the Board, Its Staff, and the Federal Reserve Banks; Applications and Reports Received

Category Action Taken
Bank Holding Companies Chemical Financial Corporation, Detroit, Michigan — to acquire TCF Financial Corporation, Wayzata, Minnesota, and thereby indirectly acquire TCF National Bank, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

-Approved, July 15, 2019

 

Forms Forms — final Board review to extend without revision the Senior Credit Officer Opinion Survey on Dealer Financing Terms (FR 2034).

-Approved, July 15, 2019

 

Forms — initial Board review to extend with revision the Report of Selected Balance Sheet Items for Discount Window Borrowers (FR 2046).

-Proposed, July 15, 2019

Personnel Division of Consumer and Community Affairs — appointment of Marisa Reid as associate director.

-Announced, July 11, 2019

Regulations and Policies Volcker Rule — interagency coordination of reviews of the treatment of certain foreign funds under the Volcker Rule.

-Announced, July 17, 2019

Federal Reserve Board: Balance Sheet (H.4.1 Release)

The Board publishes data of factors affecting reserve balances. The digest is called the H.4.1 Release, and they are published every Thursday (or the next business day if the publication date falls on a federal holiday). The release for July 25, 2019, is below.

[Note: The blog will cover the line titled “Total Factors Supplying Reserve Funds.”]

H.4.1 Release–Factors Affecting Reserve Balances

Total factors supplying reserve funds (as of July 24, 2019):  $3,851,157 (in millions of dollars). (On September 26, 2007, this amount was $900,473 (in millions of dollars)).

 

(See the release for further information.)

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