Federal Home Loan banks must offer market-rate replacement refinancing when recalling "putable" advances, according to rules approved Tuesday by the Federal Housing Finance Board.

Putable advances are low-interest loans that can be terminated before the maturity date. Several of the system's 12 banks began offering the advances in 1993, but Finance Board rules did not cover them.

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