WASHINGTON — The past week was a topsy-turvy one at the Federal Reserve Board's discount window.

Loans to investment banks plummeted 91.3%, to just $700 million, while lending against asset-backed commercial paper held by money market mutual funds more than quadrupled to $3.7 billion.

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