More than two years after slashing the discount rate to make sure banks had access to liquidity, the Federal Reserve Board said it will begin charging more for discount window loans beginning Friday.

As part of the central bank's push to return to normal operations, the Fed raised the discount rate to 0.75% from 0.5%, and said discount window loans would mature overnight. Banks currently have 90 days to repay their loans.

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