Transcripts of the monetary policymaking body of the Federal Reserve from 2002–2008.

Yes. The Board also votes on the TSLF. This is on the second page, the third resolution. “The Board finds that conditions in the credit markets in which primary dealers obtain funding continue to be fragile and subject to unusual strain and uncertainties. This fragility continues to threaten the satisfactory functioning of broader financial markets and thus poses significant risks to the economy. In view of these unusual and exigent circumstances, the Board authorizes the Federal Reserve Bank of New York to continue to make credit available to primary dealers through the Term Securities Lending Facility, subject to the same collateral, interest rate, and other conditions previously established, until January 30, 2009, unless the Board finds that the unusual and exigent circumstances no longer prevail. The Reserve Bank may extend credit where it has evidence that reasonable credit accommodations are not available to a borrower from other banking institutions.”

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