Fed: Rising income costs cut funds handed back to Treasury last year


By law the Fed returns profits after covering operating expenses to the Treasury. Over the last year the Fed has lifted its short-term rate target aggressively which has sharply increased the interest rates it pays banks, money funds and others to keep cash at the central bank.

(Reporting by Michael S. Derby; Editing by Andrea Ricci)


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