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Part II: Why Do Banks Keep All That “Fracking” Money?

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  • Matthew Plosser

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In a recent post, I discussed the significant impact that ?fracking? and other unconventional energy development has had on bank deposits. Using this deposit windfall, I estimated how banks allocate these funds, finding that over the recent business cycle they reduced the portion used for loans. In this post, I will discuss what may have influenced the decision to lend these funds or to hold liquid assets like cash or securities.

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  • Matthew Plosser, 2014. "Part II: Why Do Banks Keep All That “Fracking” Money?," Liberty Street Economics 20141203, Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fednls:86998
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    Business Cycle; Liquidity; Financial Intermediation;

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    • G2 - Financial Economics - - Financial Institutions and Services

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