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ALL BANKS, EXCEPT MUTUAL SAVINGS BMKS
PRINCIPAL
CHANGES IN DEPOSITS AND IN/RELATED FACTORS, JUNE 1933 TO JUNE I94
IO,
~
y
(In millions of dollars)
\
Last half of
^
Total adjusted deposits

19140

+ 22,306

+ 2,200

Loans

+

1,181+

+

1*500

U. S. Government obligations

♦ 9*352

+

1*200

Obligations of States and political
subdivisions

+

1*821

+

150

Other securities

~

1,186

+

150

+ 11*171

+

3,000

Factors of increase in adjusted deposits

Total loans and investments
Bank premises, real estate, mis­
cellaneous assets and miscellaneous
liabilities — net

+

Increase in gold stock*

+ 1J,091

+

1,565

Purchases and monetization of silver

+

1»3U9

+

12
4

Currency in circulation (outside banks)

*

1*910

+

820

Capital accounts of banks

+

1*017

Factors of decrease in adjusted deposits




85I.
4

♦After deducting increase in foreign deposits at Federal
Reserve Banks.

—

*

GOVERNMENT SECURITY YIELDS. EXCESS RESERVES,
AND BANK DEPOSITS




Form

F.

R.

511

Gov.Eccles
FROM

REMARKS^
So that we won't forget it:
If you speak to the NY Financial
Writers you must not forget to
take their letter with you. You
can begin your talk with
"Fellow sinners"
and back it up with their own
statement. Sinners prefer to
be off the record, of course.

CHAIRMAN'S OFFICE



©

In this respect at least, I have an advantage over a
fellow Washingtonian whose name was evidently not too well known
to a lady who was being quizzed on the Double or Nothing radio
program.

She had chosen historical events and famous personages

as her subject and was asked the question, "Who were John Paul
Jones and Jesse Jones?*1 She replied right promptly, "The first
was a great naval hero and the second was a thiefi"