The Federal Reserve Board has proposed a "complete overhaul" of how it collects data from banks and thrifts on repurchase agreement transactions.

The Fed estimated the proposed changes would reduce the reporting burden on affected institutions by nearly 17,000 hours annually at a projected savings of $337,800 a year.

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