PUBLIC LAW 101-508 —NOV. 5, 1990 104 STAT. 1388-561 shall credit to each Federal fund an amount determined by the Secretary, after taking into account the actions taken pursuant to subparagraph (A), to be equal to the income lost by such Federal fUnd by reason of any failure to invest amounts in such Federal fund (or any disinvestment) resulting from the limitation of such section 3101(b), including any income lost between the expiration of the debt issuance suspension period and the date of the credit. (2) INTEREST ON MARKET-BASED OBLIGATIONS.—With respect to any Federal fund which invests in market-based special obligations, on the expiration of a debt issuance suspension period to which this subsection applies, the Secretary of the Treasury shall immediately credit to such fund an amount equal to the interest that would have been earned by such fund during the debt issuance suspension period if the daily balance in such fund that the Secretary was unable to invest by reason of the limitation of such section 3101(b) had been invested each day during such period, overnight, in obligations under chapter 31 of title 31, United States Code, earning interest at a rate determined by the Secretary in accordance with the standard practice of the Department of the Treasury. (3) DEBT ISSUANCE SUSPENSION PERIODS TO WHICH SUBSECTION APPLIES.—Th is subsection shall apply to debt issuance suspension periods beginning on or after October 15, 1990, and ending before January 1, 1991. (4) CREDITED AMOUNTS TREATED AS INTEREST.— Al l amounts credited under this subsection shall be treated as interest on obligations issued under chapter 31 of title 31, United States Code, for all purposes of Federal law. (5) DEFINITIONS.— For purposes of this subsection— (A) DEBT ISSUANCE SUSPENSION PERIOD. — The term "debt issuance suspension period" means any period for which the Secretary of the Treasury determines that the issuance of obligations of the United States sufficient to conduct the orderly financial operations of the United States may not be made without exceeding the limitation imposed by section 31010)) of title 31, United States Code. (B) FEDERAL FUND. — The term "Federal fund" means any Federal trust fund or Government account established pursuant to Federal law to which the Secretary of the Treasury has issued or is expressly authorized by law directly to issue obligations under chapter 31 of title 31, United States Code, in respect of public money, money otherwise required to be deposited in the Treasury, or amounts appropriated; except that such term shall not include the Civil Service Retirement and Disability Fund or the Thrift Savings Fund of the Federal Employees' Retirement System.