When the Federal Reserve is issuing money, they are only printing cash money (coins and banknotes)?
If not, then what other types of money they are issuing?
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Deposits at the Federal Reserve largely count as money, at least as far as the depositing commercial banks are concerned.
Apparently on March 1 2016, the Federal Reserve Banks' liabilities included $\$1475$ billion of Federal Reserve notes, net of F.R. Bank holdings, and $\$2530$ billion of deposits, together with $\$412$ billion of other liabilities. See the second part of table 5 of https://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h41/current/ for more details
Coins are not issued by the Federal Reserve, but by the United States Mint