Required Reserves: The dollar amounts, based on reserve ratios, that banks are required to keep on deposit at a Federal Reserve Bank.
Required Beginning Date (RBD): Your required beginning date is the date by which you must take your first minimum required distribution from retirement savings plans that require distributions. For an individual retiremen . . . View Full Definition
Proven Reserves: Deposits of fossil fuels whose location and extent are known, as opposed to potential but unproved ('discovered') deposits.
Required Return: The minimum expected return you would need in order to purchase an asset, that is, to make the investment.
Required Yield: Generally referring to bonds; the yield required by the marketplace to match available expected returns for financial instruments with comparable risk.
Unleveraged Required Return: The use of borrowed funds to finance less than 50% of a purchase of assets. In a leveraged program borrowed funds are used to finance more than 50%.
Reserves: Estimates of money that an insurer needs to pay future business obligations.
Borrowed Reserves: Funds borrowed from a Federal Reserve Bank by member banks to maintain the required reserve ratios.
Official Reserves: Holdings of gold and foreign currencies by official monetary institutions.
Excess Reserves: Additional federal taxes placed on the earnings of a business, used only in time of national emergency such as war.