Introduction to your Reserve Ratio The book ratio may be the small fraction of total build up that a bank keeps readily available as reserves

The book ratio could be the small small fraction of total build up that a bank keeps readily available as reserves (for example. Money in the vault). Theoretically, the book ratio may also just take the kind of a needed book ratio, or perhaps the fraction of deposits that the bank is needed to continue hand as reserves, or a extra book ratio, the small fraction of total build up that a bank chooses to help keep as reserves far beyond exactly just what it really is needed to hold. Continue reading