July 14 (Bloomberg) -- The Federal Reserve has adopted a rule allowing member banks of the Fed system to pay interest on demand-deposit accounts.
The rule implements a provision of the Dodd-Frank Act, the law enacted last year that revamps financial regulations in response to the financial crisis.
The rule takes effect on July 21, the central bank said in a statement today in Washington.
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