Unless otherwise defined, a bank’s holdings of first-class, highly liquid securities, ensuring that it remains solvent even if refinancing markets collapse. – During the financial crisis that followed the subprime crisis, the emergency reserve became particularly important as a sensible building block in liquidity management. – See Emergency Money.
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