The Chicago Federal Reserve Bank last week increased its rediscount rate
from 3½ to 4%. At once the Richmond Federal Reserve Bank did likewise.
It was the first time since August, 1926 that any of the 12 Federal
Reserve Banks had increased their rates. The rate movement had been
widely opposite. By last September it had become throughout the U. S.
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