Coupon Pass

The purchase of treasury notes or bonds from dealers, by the Federal Reserve.

The "coupon" refers to the coupons which are the main difference between T-notes and T-bills. The "pass" comes from when the Federal Reserve buys T-bills from dealers thus passing the bill.


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