Fed Floods Bank System with Cash to Avoid Crisis
The Federal Reserve has moved to calm market jitters by pumping additional cash into the banking system.
In a statement, the Fed said it is "providing liquidity to facilitate the orderly functioning of financial markets."
Altogether, the Fed made some $35 billion available at low interest rates in order to ease the strain of a growing credit crisis.
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