The Federal Reserve Board has revised the rules governing reserve requirements, eliminating several outdated and obsolete provisions.

The central bank dropped a series of transitional rules, adopted in 1980, that gave most banks up to two years to meet the Fed's reserve requirements. Before 1980, only Fed-member banks kept reserves with the central bank.

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