Monetary contraction can be of two types: transitory or permanent. Transitory contraction is made through reverse repurchase agreements or remunerated deposits. These latter ones are not part of monetary reserves. The Central Bank makes permanent contraction by selling sovereign bonds in the secondary market.
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