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Federal Reserve Note

Note issued by Federal Reserve Banks to handle sudden increases in the Demand for Currency in a particular area. They are retired as soon as Demand returns to a normal level.

Related Terms: 8 Currency, Demand, Fed, Federal Reserve Bank, Inc., Retire, Return, Sue
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