As part of a concerted global effort to combat panic in the money markets, the New York Federal Reserve injected a record $105 billion in funds into the system Thursday.

The Fed's add far outpaced the $81.25 billion added on Sept. 14, 2001, the previous daily record. It comes as global central banks overnight sought to meet a massive demand for dollars around the world after money markets seized up.

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