A belated rate-advance of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco left
only the New York Bank with a 3½% rate. Last week all the eleven other
Banks maintained their rates at 4%. The delay in advancing the New York
rate has doubtless been due to the effect which such a step might have
in disturbing sterling exchange rates and perhaps increasing British
gold shipments to us.
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