liquidity reserves

liquidity reserves
The amount of unused capacity to meet unexpected reductions in funding or unexpected new funding requirements in the future. For much of the twentieth century, liquidity reserves were defined as primary reserves (cash and deposits due from banks) and secondary reserves ( short-term, marketable investment securities). However, the term is used more broadly today. American Banker Glossary

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