primary reserves

primary reserves
For a bank, assets considered to be the primary source of extra liquidity. Primary reserves are usually defined to be cash on hand, balances on deposit with the Federal Reserve Bank, and balances due from correspondent banks ( e.g., cash and due from banks). American Banker Glossary

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