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The total is now up to $354 billion including $100 billion in overnight funds added by the ECB.
Haven’t seen overnight funds by the Bank of England or Swiss National Bank.
Haven’t seen any Bank of Japan numbers.
Oct. 15 (Bloomberg) — The European Central Bank, Bank of England and Swiss National Bank loaned financial institutions a combined $254 billion in their first tenders of unlimited dollar funds, stepping up efforts to ease strains in markets.
The Frankfurt-based ECB lent banks $170.9 billion for seven days at a fixed rate of 2.277 percent. The Bank of England allotted $76.3 billion and the Swiss central bank $7.1 billion at the same rate, also for a week.