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Washington, D.C.

BANKING AND
MONETARY STATISTICS
1941-1970




Published in Septem ber 1976
Library o f C ongress C atalog C ard N u m b er 76-20317

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currency. (S tam ps an d coupons not accepted.)




Preface

In 1943 the Board o f Governors published
B anking and M o n eta ry S tatistics to m ake available
— in one place and o n a uniform basis— major
series • relating to banking, m onetary, and other
financial developm ents. M ost o f those statistics had
b een collected by governm ental authorities as an
incident to their supervisory responsibilities over
financial institutions; other statistics, particularly
those relating to securities markets, had been
gathered chiefly by private agencies.
D uring the late 1 9 5 0 ’s and the 1 9 6 0 ’s the Board
published a number o f pam phlets that updated
som e o f the statistics included in B anking an d
M o n eta ry Statistics. W ith this volum e the Board
is now bringing together m ost o f the materials
that had been included in those pam phlets and
also data to update— in revised form , if n eces­
sary— series in other sections o f the original B an k­
ing an d M o n e ta ry Statistics. W hile m ost o f the
statistics in this volum e cover the period beginning
with 1941, a few series are show n for longer
periods. A ll o f the series end with D ecem b er 1970.
H ereafter the Board plan's to publish an Annual
S tatistical D ig est. T he D ig est w ill update m any o f
the tables in this volum e, will present new series
in their entirety, and w ill include revised data for
series previously published. T he first such publica­
tion will cover the period 1971—
75.




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B oth the Board o f G overnors and the Federal
R eserve Banks collect, analyze, interpret, and pub­
lish statistics on R eserve Bank credit, m em ber
bank credit, changes in the banking structure, and
a variety o f other m atters that have a bearing on
banking and credit conditions in this country and
abroad. T he System also publishes considerable
data com piled by other Federal and State super­
visory agencies and by private agencies.
It has b een the practice of the Board to m ake
the m ore im portant o f these series available to the
public, through its annual reports, the m onthly
Federal Reserve B ulletin, a n d /o r regular releases.
B oth this volum e and the original B anking an d
M o n eta ry Statistics— Part I o f w hich has n ow been
reprinted and is referred to herein as B anking
and M on etary Statistics (1 9 1 4 — 1 )— were designed
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to assem ble, in convenient publications, bank­
ing and m onetary statistics that have previously
appeared in the B oard’s annual reports and in the
m onthly Bulletin. In com bination, the tw o volum es
present a w ealth o f banking and financial statistics
covering a period o f m ore than 6 0 years.
T his volum e includes m ost o f the financial series
for w hich current data are published in the F ed ­
eral Reserve B ulletin and also som e series that are
no longer show n in the B ulletin but that are o f
historical interest. T he statistics relate in large part
to the condition and operation o f the Federal R e­
serve Banks and m em ber banks, but also there are

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data on the condition and operation o f all banks,
including State banks that are not members o f the
Federal Reserve System , and on bank debits,
bank incom e, bank suspensions, and bank holdj ing com panies. In addition, there are statistics on
■ nonbank financial institutions, currency, money
rates, securities markets, Treasury finance, con ­
sumer credit, gold, and international financial
developm ents.
T he tables in each section are preceded by an
introductory text, w hich gives som e indication of
the purpose o f the data, the sources o f the figures,
the history and methods o f their com pilation, and
other facts that will guide the reader in the use o f
the figures. In m any instances the text provides—
for background purposes— a brief description o f
that part o f a series that was published in the
earlier B anking an d M o n eta ry S tatistics. In many
instances inform ation that w ould custom arily be




included in footnotes to tables has been incor­
porated in the text.
A cknow ledgm ent is gratefully m ade to the G o v ­
ernment agencies w hose figures have been used.
T hese include the D epartm ent o f the Treasury,
the Comptroller o f the Currency, the Federal
D ep osit Insurance Corporation, the Federal H om e
Loan Bank Board, the Federal Savings and Loan
Insurance Corporation, the Securities and E x­
change Com m ission, and the N ational Credit
U n ion Administration.
Similarly, acknow ledgm ent is made to a number
o f private agencies, including the N ational Bureau
o f E conom ic R esearch, Standard and P oor’s Cor­
poration, M oody’s Investors Service, the N ew York
Stock Exchange, the A m erican Stock Exchange,
the N ational A ssociation o f M utual Savings Banks,
Securities Industries A ssociation, and the Institute
o f L ife Insurance.

Board of Governors of the
F ederal Reserve System

1941-1970

BANKING AND
MONETARY STATISTICS
Contents
Section

1

M O N ETA RY SYSTEM— SUM MARY M EASURES
T e x t ________________________________________

17

Tables
Section

2

1

M EM BER BANKS
T e x t _________
Tables

Section

3

45
60

INSURED BANKS
T e x t _________
Tables

Section

4

125
130

W EEKLY R EPO R TIN G BANKS
Text __________________ __
Tables

Section

5




143
160

BANK DEBITS
T e x t ______

319

T ables

328

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Section

6

BANK INCOM E
T e x t________________________________ ________________________

367

Tables ____________________________________________________3 7 8
Section

7

BANK SUSPENSIONS
T e x t __ _______ _________ ___________ _________________________ _
Tables ________ _______ _____________ __ ___ _________________„ . _

Section

8

419
423

BANKS AND BANK HOLDING COMPANIES
Text ______ _____ ______________ _______ ___ ___________________ _

9

425

T a b le s ___________________ ______________ _______________ ....
Section

.

429

FED ER A L RESERV E BANKS
T e x t___________________ ______________ ___________ __________ 4 5 9
T a b le s __________________ ______________ ______________________...

Section 10

467

M EM BER BANK RESERVES AND R ELA TED ITEMS
T e x t__ _________________ __ ______________ _________________ _
Tables ________ ______________________ ________________ __________

Section 11

507
524

CURRENCY
T e x t__________________ ______________________________________ 6 1 1
Tables ________________ ___ ___________ ________________________

Section 12

617

M ONEY RATES AND SECURITIES M ARKETS
T e x t __________ ___________ ____________ ___ __________ __________ 6 2 7
Tables ________ ______ ___ ___________ ______ __________ __________

Section 13




667

U.S. GOVERNM ENT FINANCE
T e x t_ ______________ ____ __________ ________________ __________ 8 5 5
_
T a b le s ________ _____________ ______________________ ______ ___

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Section 14

GOLD
T e x t__________________________________________________________893
T a b le s ________________________________________________________899

Section 15

IN TER N A TIO N A L FIN A N CE
T e x t__________________________________________________________

923

T a b le s ________________________________________________________932
Section 16




CONSUM ER C RED IT
T e x t__________________________________________________________

1049

T a b le s ________________________________________________________1081
KEY TO SYMBOLS IN T A B L E S ________________________________ 1168

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MONETARY SYSTEMSUMMARY MEASURES
Contents
IN T R O D U C T IO N _____________________ _3

C onstruction of the B roader M oney
S to c k M e a su re s— M 2 t o M s ________ 10

M O N EY STOCK M EASURES AND
R E L A T E D D A T A __________________ _4

Seasonal A d ju stm en t ________________ 10

D evelo pm ent of M oney Stock
M e a su r e s ___________________________4

LIQ U ID ASSET H O L D IN G S ___________ 11

C o n c e p t o f M x _________________________6

BANKING S E R IE S ____________________ 12

Types of deposit holders
Eliminating duplication

6
6

W hat C onstitutes
C lassification

C onstruction of the N arrow M oney
S to c k M e a s u re — M x ________________ _7
Currency component
Domestic dem and deposit com ponent
Foreign demand deposit component




a

B a n k s _____________

of

B ank ?____________ 12

C overage, and C hanges
or C lassification

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7
9

Series

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on

in

13

C overage
■____________ 14
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B ank C r e d it ________________ 16

Tables

1.1

Money Stock and Related Data, Monthly, 1947-70
A.
B.

Seasonally A d ju ste d ______________ : ___________________________________ 17
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Not Seasonally A d ju sted _____________________________________ __________ 20

1.2

Liquid Asset Holdings of Private Domestic Nonfinancial Investors, Monthly, 1948-70

1.3

Principal Assets, Liabilities, and Number of Commercial Banks, Varying Dates,
1941-70 _________________________________________________________ 27

1.4
1.5

Loans and Investments at Commercial Banks, Monthly, 1948-70 _________________ 32
Principal Assets, Liabilities, and Num ber of Mutual Savings Banks, June and December
Call Dates, 1941-70_______________________________________________ 36
Num ber and Deposits of Commercial and M utual Savings Banks, by Class of Bank,
June and December Call Dates, 1941-70----------------------------------------- 37
Changes in the Num ber of Commercial Banks, by Class of Bank and by Character
of Change, 1 9 4 1 -7 0 ---------- .------------------------------------------------------------ 40
Number of Banks on the Par List and not on the Par List, by Federal Reserve District
and by Class of Bank, 1941-70 ____________________________________ 42

1.6
1.7
1.8




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Section 1

M ONETARY S Y S T E M SUMMARY MEASURES

INTRODUCTION
ported data have been undertaken. Among the
new data that have proven useful in the anal­
ysis of monetary and banking developments
are statistical measures of the money stock,
private holdings of liquid assets, and commercial
bank credit. Most of the aggregate series pub­
lished currently have been developed since 1960,
and several revisions in the data have been incor­
porated since initial publication. This section
provides in one place a consolidation of all the
changes that have been made in the series over
the past two decades; it also provides a con­
venient point of reference for future changes.
In 1960 the Federal Reserve introduced a
new measure of the money stock based on
averages of daily figures to supplement for
certain analytical uses the series on the money
stock that had been appearing as an adjunct
to the consolidated condition statem ent.1 The

The banking and monetary system provides
the economy with a unique source of liquidity
and a means of payment and serves as a major
channel for the movement of savings funds into
investment. Because of the importance of these
functions to the economy, information about
the nature and behavior of bank credit and
money is essential to an understanding of eco­
nomic developments.
Primary responsibility for regulating the flow
of bank credit and money in the United States
is vested in the Federal Reserve System. The
discharge of this responsibility requires detailed,
accurate, and current information concerning
the economic situation in general and the work­
ings of the banking and monetary system in
particular. Consequently, the Federal Reserve
System over the years has continually sought to
improve the quality of the basic monetary data
collected and of the analytical measures con­
structed from these data.
Since publication of Banking and Monetary
Statistics by the Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System in 1943, numerous re­
visions and analytical reformulations of the re­




1 In the consolidated statem en t the asset, liability,
and capital acco u n ts of the private banking system —
the co m m ercial and m u tu a l savings banks— w ere p re ­
sented consolidated w ith the assets, liabilities, and
cap ital accounts o f the m o n eta ry system — the F e d e ra l
R eserve B anks, the E xchange S tabilization F u n d , the
P ostal Savings System , and the gold a n d T rea su ry

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Monetary System—Summary Measures
There has also been a major improvement
in the basic data collected from the private
banking system. Up to 1947 the Comptroller
of the Currency, the Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System, and the Federal De­
posit Insurance Corporation were compiling
somewhat different balance-sheet statistics for
noninsured banking institutions. In that year the
three agencies worked out an arrangement for
the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to
compile a uniform series of statistics for all
banking institutions. From then through 1970
figures for all insured banks were available
semiannually except during 1961-63, when
they were reported quarterly.

new daily-average money stock series through
1970, as revised in 1976, is shown in Table 1.1.
Another, more comprehensive method of
presenting financial data developed by the
Board in the 1950’s is the series of flow of
funds accounts, which present financial flows,
as well as assets and liabilities, not only for
the banking system but also for other major
sectors of the economy— nonbank financial
institutions, nonfinancial businesses, consumers,
governments, and the rest of the world.2

c urrency accounts. F ro m this statem ent it w as possible
to o b tain a picture o f the b anking and m o n eta ry sys­
tem o f the U nited S tates as a w hole and o f the ch an ­
nels th a t connected the banking and m o n eta ry institu­
tions o f the c o untry w ith the F e d e ra l R eserve System .

G o v e rn o rs of the F e d e ra l R eserve System , 1955); also
in Intro d u ctio n to F low o f F unds (B oard of G o v ern o rs
o f the F ed eral R eserve System , 1975). S u m m ary d a ta
are published on a sem iannual basis in the F e d e ra l
R eserve B ulletin.

- A com prehensive description o f the concepts,
m ethodology, and statistical in fo rm a tio n contained in
these flow of fu n d s accounts is set fo rth in F low
o f F u n d s in the U nited States, 1919-1951 (B oard of

MONEY STOCK MEASURES AND RELATED DATA
DEVELOPM EN T OF MONEY
STOCK MEASURES

Money performs the essential economic func­
tions of providing a medium of exchange and
of serving as both a readily available store of
value and a standard of value. M onetary trans­
actions and the financial instruments used in
effecting them take a variety of forms, and
many types of claims other than currency and
demand deposits may serve to provide part of
the public’s requirements for liquidity.
The stock of money is constantly being ex­
tinguished as debts at banks are repaid, and
new money is being created when banks extend
credit by making loans and purchasing securities.
The volume of money that the public chooses to
hold— in its pockets, in tills, in deposit ac­
counts, and in other liquid asset forms— varies
from time to time relative to its holdings of
other assets and to the total volume of expen­
ditures in the economy. Public demand deter­
mines the proportion of the money stock held
in the form of currency and the proportions
held in demand deposits at banks and in other
forms.




Inasmuch as the Federal Reserve System
has primary responsibility for regulating the
total volume of money available to meet the
public’s demands, it is essential that the System
have an accurate, frequent, and promptly avail­
able measure of the money stock. Throughout
its existence, therefore, the System has collected
and published data on the money stock.
Historically, the only instruments that per­
formed all of the functions of money were the
public’s holdings of currency and coin and of
demand deposits in banks. The System’s first
long-term series on the money stock was that
published in Table 9 of Banking and M one­
tary Statistics (1914-41). This table shows
data for both demand and time deposits and
currency for June call dates from 1892 to 1922
and for June and December call dates for 1923­
41. D ata for later years appeared regularly in
the Federal Reserve Bulletin.

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In early 1948 the Board of Governors re­
leased the first materials on the consolidated
condition statem ent for the banking system.
This statement related currency and deposit
liabilities of the banking system to banks’ assets.
A year later the Board began to publish data
for the consolidated statement each month.
D ata on the money stock, previously available
only for call dates, were published thereafter
as a part of this consolidated statement.
Each of these measures of the money stock
and related items was as of a single date. Al­
though there are advantages in being able to
relate the components of the money stock to
specific dates for purposes of comparison with
other financial variables similarly measured,
statistics as of a single date are subject to varia­
bilities that complicate interpretation.
To provide a more refined measure for use
in analyses that focus on the performance of
the money stock itself and on its relation to
aggregate flows o r other variables relatively
free of the hazards of single-date measurement,
the Board in late 1960 introduced a new meas­
ure of the money stock based on averages of
daily figures. This series was estimated back to
1947.3 A t that time only a narrow measure of

the money stock— M 1 was published. Some
—
refinements of this daily-average series were
published in the summer of 1962, and a new
series on time deposits adjusted was added.4
In the 1960’s and early 1970’s further re­
finements were made in the money stock series
as additional data became available; as banking
practices changed— particularly as such changes
were related to the transfer of foreign funds;
and as other banking institutions, such as agen­
cies and branches of foreign banks and Edge
A ct corporations, became a more significant
factor in the structure of U.S. financial institu­
tions. Still other refinements have become nec­
essary as a result of relatively recent introduc­
tions— such as NOW (negotiable order of with­
drawal) accounts, telephonic transfers of funds,
and overdraft arrangements— which have
brought about a lessening of the distinction be­
tween demand deposits and other liquid assets.
In recognition of the proliferation of such close
substitutes for money as these are, the Board
has broadened the concept of the money stock
measures that it uses in implementing monetary
policy. By April 1975, five such measures were
being published, as compared with only a single
measure as late as 1971.5

8 Inasmuch as the monthly series for the money
stock does not begin until 1947, data to update the
money stock series shown in Table 9 of Banking and
M onetary Statistics (1914— are shown below for the
41)
period 1941-46:

4 For a detailed description of these series, see “A
N ew Measure of the Money Supply,” Federal Reserve
Bulletin, October 1960, pp. 1102-23; and “Revision of
the Money Supply Series,” Federal Reserve Bulletin,
August 1962, pp. 941-51.
5 The descriptions as contained in this section apply
to the five measures as revised in early 1976.

Related deposits
M oney stock
Time
Date
Total

C ur­
rency
outside
banks

D e­
mand
deposits
ad­
justed

1941—June 30............
Dec. 31............

45,521
48,607

8,204
9,615

1942—June 30............
Dec. 31............

52,806
62,868

1943—June 30............
Dec. 31............

U.S.
G ov­
ern­
ment

Total

C om ­
mercial
banks

M utual
savings
banks

Postal
Savings
Sys­
tem

37,317
38,992

27,879
27,729

15,928
15,884

10,648
10,532

1,303
1,313

753
1,895

10,936
13,946

41,870
48,922

27,320
28,431

15,610
16,352

10,395
10,664

1,315
1,415

1,837
8,402

71,853
79,640

15,814
18,837

56,039
60,803

30,260
32,748

17,543
19,224

11,141
11,738

1,576
1,786

8,048
10,424

1944—June 30............
Dec. 30............

80,946
90,435

20,881
23,505

60,065
66,930

35,720
39,790

21,217
24,074

12,471
13,376

2,032
2,340

19,506
20,763

1945—June 30............
Dec. 31............

94,150
102,341

25,097
26,490

69,053
75,851

44,253
48,452

27,170
30,135

14,426
15,385

2,657
2,932

24,381
24,608

1946—June 29............
Dec. 31............

105,992
110,044

26,516
26,730

79,476
83,314

51,829
53,960

32,429
33,808

16,281
16,869

3,119
3,283

13,416
3,103




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economic characteristics not unlike deposits of
large private economic entities.
Eliminating duplication. Both cash items in
process of collection, as reported on the books
of the banks, and Federal Reserve float, derived
from Federal Reserve condition statements, arc
deducted from gross deposits to derive the de­
mand deposit component of the money stock.
Gross deposits contain a sizable element of
duplication because checks are added to the ac­
counts of payees before they are subtracted from
the accounts of issuers. Deducting cash items
in the process of collection, as recorded on the
books of commercial banks, makes a partial
correction for this double counting. An addi­
tional adjustment is made by deducting Fed­
eral Reserve float, which represents items in
the process of collection by Federal Reserve
Banks.
In the late 1960’s and early 1970’s it be­
came necessary to adjust the measured money
stock for a bias that had developed in cash
items. This bias was related mainly to the
process of clearing transactions that involve
agencies and branches of foreign banks, Edge
Act corporations, and other foreign-related in­
stitutions. The checks issued by these institu­
tions in transferring funds are recorded as cash
items in the process of collection on the books
of domestic banks. However, the deposits gen­
erating these cash items had not been picked
up in the gross deposit data entering into the
money stock calculation. This generation of
cash items without any recording of the coun­
terpart liability had resulted in a downward
bias in the estimates of the money stock.
Adjustments for this cash-items bias were in­
corporated into the money stock series by col­
lecting appropriate data from agencies and
branches of foreign banks, Edge Act corpora­
tions, and other foreign-related institutions.
These institutions began reporting such data in
late 1970. F or the period 1959 to 1970, when
reported data were not available, estimates
were based on the changes in interbank
deposits around certain holidays.6

CONCEPT O F M 1
Inasmuch as Mj is the basis of all of the
money stock measures, it will be described in
substantial detail. This measure, known as the
narrow measure of the money stock, is defined
as (1) demand deposits at all commercial banks
other than those due to domestic commercial
banks and the U.S. Government, less cash items
in the process of collection and Federal Reserve
float; (2) foreign demand balances at Federal
Reserve Banks; and (3) currency and coin out­
side the Treasury, Federal Reserve Banks, and
vaults of all commercial banks.
Types of deposit holders. The M l measure
includes dem and deposits held in commercial
banks by individuals, partnerships, and cor­
porations— both domestic and foreign. It also
includes both demand deposits held by financial
institutions such as savings and loan associations
and life insurance companies and demand de­
posits at commercial banks that are due to mu­
tual savings banks, to banks in U.S. territories
and possessions, and to foreign banks. In addi­
tion, it contains demand deposit liabilities to
foreign governments, central banks, and inter­
national institutions held at Federal Reserve
Banks, as well as those held at commercial
banks. Amounts due to these institutions rep­
resent cash available for transactions in much
the same way as balances of other financial in­
stitutions, and they involve no duplication of
funds held by others.
Domestic commercial interbank deposits are
excluded from the Mj series because such de­
posits involve double counting; deposits “due
to” commercial banks are matched by “due
from” accounts at other commercial banks, and
in theory— if not in fact— the two accounts
cancel each other when the statements of all
commercial banks are consolidated.
Deposits of the Federal Government are also
excluded, but those of State and local govern­
ments are included. U.S. Government deposits
are excluded primarily because they do not
represent money in the hands of the public
and they have little influence on the expendi­
tures of the Federal Government. However,
deposits of State and local governments exhibit




GAt the time that the cash-items-bias correction was
made, Mi-type deposits of Edge Act corporations,
agencies of foreign banks, and foreign investment
corporations were folded into the M i series. Deposit
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straight-line interpolation. Weekly estimates of
nonmember vault cash are then derived by
multiplying the estimated weekly vault cash
ratio by the reported weekly-average holdings
of vault cash by member banks. Monthlyaverage vault cash is derived from a proration
of the weekly estimates. For estimates since the
latest call report, the most recent call report
ratio is held constant until data for another call
report become available.
Domestic demand deposit component. The
demand deposit component of the money
stock is based on data from a number of
sources. These include daily figures and single­
day figures— whether weekly, monthly, or for
call report dates four times each year.
Demand deposit liabilities of member banks
represent by far the largest part of the demand
deposit component of the money stock. The
basic source of such deposit data is the report
of deposits submitted by member banks for
determination of reserve requirements. This re­
port provides daily figures, but the deposit
breakdowns available do not match the defini­
tions of deposits used in the money stock. Con­
sequently, a num ber of adjustments must be
made in the basic data as reported.
The money stock concept excludes demand
deposits due to the U.S. Government and de­
mand deposits due to domestic commercial
banks. Therefore, these items must be deducted
from gross demand deposits as a first step in
determining the demand deposit component of
the money stock. Fortunately, both deposits
“due to the U.S. Governm ent” and those “due
to banks” are shown as separate categories on
the report of deposits. However, since depositreport figures for “due to banks” include de­
posits of mutual savings banks and foreign
banks as well as deposits of domestic commer­
cial banks, it is necessary to estimate the mutual
and foreign portions from other sources, as
explained below, and add them back. M ore­
over, as was noted earlier, it is also necessary
— to avoid double counting of demand de­
posits that are shown on the books of two banks
at the same time— to deduct cash items in the
process of collection from gross demand de­
posits to derive the demand deposit component
of Mj.

Although these adjustments improve the
series, the problem of bias has not been solved
in full— either statistically or conceptually. The
residual bias, however, does not appear large
enough, nor are changes in it great enough, to
impair the usefulness of the data for most
analytical purposes.

C ONSTRUCTION O F T H E NARROW
M ONEY STOCK M EASURE— M x
Of the two components of the narrowly de­
fined money stock— currency and demand de­
posits— the currency component presents fewer
problems of construction. Therefore it is treated
first.
Currency component. The currency com­
ponent is defined as all currency and coin out­
side the Treasury, Federal Reserve Banks, and
commercial banks. Daily data on currency in
circulation outside the Treasury and the Fed­
eral Reserve System are available from daily
statements from the U.S. Treasury Department.
Since vault cash can be used to meet reserve
requirements, member banks report both their
vault cash holdings and their deposits to the
Federal Reserve for determination of required
reserves. Consequently, the amount of vault
cash held at member banks is available on a
daily basis, but vault cash at nonmember banks
must be estimated.
Estimates of vault cash held at nonmember
banks are based on the ratio of vault cash of
nonmember banks to vault cash of member
banks on call report dates. Beginning with
M arch 1973 these benchmark relationships
have been available four times each year— as
of each call date. Before that time call report
benchmark data were available only twice a year
— usually the last day of June and the last day of
December.
Estimates of the vault cash ratio for each
week between call report dates are based on a
liabilities o f bran ch es o f fo reig n banks have alw ays
been included. F o r details o f this revision, see “R e ­
vision o f M oney S upply S eries,” F e d e ra l R eserve B u l­
letin, O ctober 1969, pp. 7 8 7 -8 0 3 ; a n d “R evision of
the M o n ey S tock,” F e d e ra l R eserve B ulletin, D ecem ­
ber 1970, pp. 8 8 7 -9 0 9 .




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process of collection associated with interbank
transactions in New York City, data reflecting
the volume of these transfers are collected
from Edge Act corporations, agencies and
branches of foreign banks operating in the
United States, and other foreign-related insti­
tutions in New York City.7 These data are used
as a proxy measure for the amount of cash
items that have been recorded on the books
of member banks and deducted from member
bank demand deposits. Such items should not
have been deducted because there is no cor­
responding money stock liability on the books
of banks. Consequently they are added back
in the calculation of iW,.
As indicated above, Federal Reserve float
represents double-counting of deposits in the
money stock and it too is deducted from private
demand deposits in order to approximate the
M 1 concept of demand deposits. Daily float
data are derived from the daily reports of con­
dition of the Federal Reserve Banks. Federal
Reserve float fluctuates widely from day to day.
In December 1970 deduction of float reduced
the demand deposit component of M , about
$3.6 billion on the average.
The second largest deposit component of the
domestic money stock is the domestic non­
member bank component. Data for nonmem­
ber banks are available four times a year from
call reports. In order to estimate the deposits
of these banks for other periods, the ratio of
the nonmember banks’ demand deposit com­
ponent of the money stock to that of the
smaller member banks’ demand deposit com­
ponent is computed for each call report date.
A straight-line interpolation of this ratio, ad­
justed for changes in bank structure (that is,
changes reflecting shifts in membership status,
mergers, liquidations, and so forth), is made
between call report dates. Weekly ratios so de­
rived are then applied to weekly-average de­
posits data reported by the smaller member
banks, in order to obtain weekly- and monthlyaverage estimates of the demand deposits com­
ponent of the money stock at nonmember

Figures for cash items in the process of col­
lection are available on a daily basis from the
report of deposits because such items are
allowed as a deduction in the computation of
deposits subject to reserve requirements. How­
ever, cash items as shown on that report are
not broken down to show items associated with
private demand deposits separately from those
associated with all other operations of the
bank; only a gross figure is available.
From past investigations it is known that
gross cash items in the process of collection
overstate those items that should properly be
deducted from the deposits component of the
money stock. The data on gross cash items in­
clude, for example, cash items associated with
interbank deposits, with U.S. Government de­
posits, and with redemptions of U.S. savings
bonds and coupons of U.S. Government securi­
ties, as well as cash items associated with bank
credit cards and food stamps. It is believed,
based on contacts with bank accountants and on
other investigations, that the distortions caused
by continuing to include these items are not
large, and further that these distortions remain a
fairly constant proportion of total deposits.
Therefore, even though the level of the money
stock may be distorted slightly, growth rates are
not affected in a significant way because of
the overstatement of cash items from these
sources.
On the other hand, a significant part of the
gross cash items in the process of collection
reflect the transfer of interbank funds related to
Euro-dollar transactions in the New York money
market and should not be deducted from
money-stock-type deposits. However, these
transfers create interbank demand deposits,
and such deposits are not included in the
money stock measure. Deducting from money
stock deposits the amount of cash items gen­
erated from the transfer of Euro-dollar funds
that are not associated with money stock causes
an understatement of the level of the series.
And if these cash items are growing rapidly
relative to total deposits, the growth rate of the
series is distorted.
In order to adjust for the cash items in the




7 These data are reported to the Federal Reserve
Bank of New York on a daily basis.

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Section 1
banks. (Monthly-average estimates are derived
from prorations of the weekly estimates.) Be­
yond the period of the most recent call report,
ratios are estimates based on a regression equa­
tion and judgment. As new call report data
become available, these weekly and monthly
estimates for nonmember banks are bench­
m arked to the universe data available from the
call report.
As noted earlier, the money stock figures
published herein do not include demand de­
posits due to domestic commercial banks. How­
ever, they do include demand deposits due to
foreign commercial banks, mutual savings
banks, and banks in U.S. territories and pos­
sessions. To eliminate deposits due to domestic
commercial banks, deposits “due to banks” as
shown on the member bank report of deposits
are deducted from gross demand deposits.
However, as noted above, this correction im­
properly removes deposits due to mutual sav­
ings banks, foreign commercial banks, and
banks in territories and possessions from the
money stock.8 Therefore, estimates of the de­
posits due to these institutions must be derived
from other data sources and then added back to
demand deposits to obtain the desired demand
deposit component of the money stock.
Figures for deposits due to foreign commer­
cial banks and to mutual savings banks are
available for each Wednesday for large weekly
reporting banks, which hold the bulk of these
deposits. These Wednesday figures are used as
a proxy measure for the weekly-average level
of such deposits at the weekly reporting banks.
M onthly-average estimates are based on pro­
rations of the weekly-average estimates. Esti­
mates of deposits due to foreign commercial
banks and mutual savings banks at nonweekly
reporting banks are derived from call report
data. Between call report dates such deposits
are estimated on the basis of a straight-line
interpolation.
Demand deposits due to banks in territories

and possessions are not so readily available.
In order to estimate this component, it is
necessary to make a special tabulation of the
call report showing the balance sheet data for
banks located outside the United States— in
the so-called “other areas.” The asset item
“demand deposits due from U.S. banks” as
reported by banks in territories and possessions
is assumed to be equivalent to U.S. banks’
liability item, “demand deposits due to banks”
in territories and possessions, which is not re­
ported separately by banks in the United States.
The amount of such deposits, which is relatively
small, is added to the demand deposit component
of the money stock.
In addition to demand deposits at domestic
commercial banks, M x-type deposits at Edge
Act corporations, agencies and branches of
foreign commercial banks, and other foreignrelated institutions are included in the money
stock. F or reserve requirem ent purposes, Edge
Act corporations must file a report of deposits
on a weekly basis just as member banks do.
These weekly reports, showing daily data, are
the source of the Edge Act money stock com­
ponent. From 1972 through early 1975, esti­
mates of M j-type deposits at agencies and
branches of foreign banks and other foreignrelated institutions were based on last-Wednesday-of-the-month reports filed by these institu­
tions. Since April 1975, daily deposit figures
have been collected from each of these institu­
tions by the New York Reserve Bank.0
Foreign demand deposit component. D ata
on demand deposits due to foreign official in­
stitutions at Federal Reserve Banks are avail­
able on a daily basis from the statements of
condition of the Federal Reserve Banks. The
amount of such deposits held by foreign gov­
ernments, central banks, and international insti­
tutions is relatively small.

8 It should be noted th a t deposit liabilities o f banks
in U .S. territo rie s and possessions are n o t p a rt o f the
m oney stock. H ow ever, deposit liabilities o f banks in
the U n ited S tates to banks in U .S. territo rie s and
possessions a re included.




9

9 P rio r to 1972, M \ deposits at these foreig n -related
institutions w ere estim ated on the basis o f call rep o rts
and m on th ly re p o rts filed w ith the N ew Y o rk State
B anking D e p artm en t. In som e instances b a ck data w ere
not read ily available, and estim ates h a d to be m ade
based on end-of-year call re p o rt d a ta and o th er in fo r­
m atio n th a t co u ld be gath ered by the staff o f the
F e d e ra l R eserve.

Monetary System—Summary Measures
The M ;| measure— defined as M - plus de­
posits at mutual savings banks, savings capital
at savings and loan associations, and credit un­
ion shares— is constructed in a slightly differ­
ent m anner from M>. Deposit data for thrift
institutions are available only for the last day
of each calendar m onth.10 In order to approxi­
m ate the monthly-average concept of the M x
and M 2 measures, successive month-end obser­
vations for deposits at thrift institutions are
averaged. These estimated monthly-average
figures are added to the monthly average for
M 2 to derive the monthly average for M a.
The M i and M s money stock measures,
which are defined, respectively, as M 2 plus large
negotiable CD’s and M s plus large negotiable
C D ’s, are derived by adding a monthly-average
estimate of negotiable CD ’s in denominations
of $100,000 or more. The actual level of CD ’s
outstanding is available for each Wednesday of
the month from reports of large weekly report­
ing banks. Monthly-average estimates are based
on a weighted average of the Wednesday fig­
ures. Since negotiable CD’s were not im portant
before 1961, M 2 and M 4 would be equal prior
to that date; as would M 3 and M s.

CONSTRUCTION O F T H E B RO ADER
M ONEY STOCK M EASURES— M 2 T O M5
In addition to M „ the Board of Governors
publishes four broader measures of the money
stock. All are based in part on M x. The proce­
dure for constructing the broader money stock
measure— M 2 is very similar to that of M x.
—
M 2 includes— in addition to the currency and
demand deposit components of
— time and
savings deposits at commercial banks other
than large negotiable certificates of deposit
(CD’s) and all deposits due to the U.S. Govern­
ment and domestic commercial banks. Time
deposits liabilities of branches of foreign banks
are included, but time deposits of agencies of
foreign banks, of Edge Act corporations, and
of other foreign-related institutions are not
included.
Figures for total time and savings deposits
of member banks are available from the report
of deposits submitted by these banks for reserve
requirement purposes, but nonmember bank
time deposits must be estimated on the basis
of call report data. The method used is similar
to that for estimating demand deposits at non­
member banks. T hat is, the ratio of nonmember
time deposits to the time deposits of smaller
member banks is derived from the call report
data; and weekly ratios are estimated by
straight-line interpolation between call report
dates, adjusted for changes in bank structure,
and are applied to the weekly time deposits
reported by smaller member banks. Adjustments
to eliminate time deposits due to the U.S. Gov­
ernment and to domestic commerical banks
are derived from data for weekly reporting
banks and the call report.
Negotiable C D ’s in denominations of $100,­
000 or more arc deducted from total time and
savings deposits in computing M 2. F or this pur­
pose monthly-average estimates are based on a
weighted average of the Wednesday figures as
reported by large weekly reporting banks.
While M . as shown in Table 1.1 is com­
puted only from 1959 to date, this series can
be extended back to 1947 by adding total time
and savings deposits to M x. The use of nego­
tiable C D ’s as money m arket instruments did
not begin until about 1961.




SEASONAL ADJUSTM ENT
Measuring the seasonal in any time series is
a difficult task, and this is especially true of the
money stock measures and related data. These
series are responsive not only to changes in
general economic conditions but also— and
particularly so— to changes in monetary policy.
Moreover, as these series are used more and
more in the implementation of monetary policy,
it becomes increasingly difficult to separate
policy-induced changes in the series from true
“seasonal” changes.
All of the seasonally adjusted series are de­
rived by use of the Census Bureau’s X - l l
seasonal adjustment program. A multiplicative,
10 The sources of these data are: mutual savings
banks, National Association of Mutual Savings Banks;
savings capital at savings and loan associations. Fed­
eral Home Loan Bank Board; and credit union shares,
National Credit Union Administration. These three
series are seasonally adjusted separately using the
Census Bureau’s X - l l seasonal adjustment program.
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Section 1
time deposits are estimated on the basis of data
for large banks that report each Wednesday and
on single-date call report figures for other banks.
Seasonal influences for these data are insignifi­
cant. For negotiable C D ’s weighted, monthly
averages of Wednesday figures are seasonally
adjusted separately as an additional component
of total time and savings deposits that is in­
cluded in the M4 and M r, money stock measures.
Deposits at thrift institutions— that is, de­
posits at mutual savings banks; savings capital
in savings and loan associations; and credit
union shares— are all seasonally adjusted sepa­
rately and then aggregated. The month-end
series are seasonally adjusted by an X - l l multi­
plicative moving seasonal option similar to that
applied to Mj and M 2 components, and the sea­
sonally adjusted monthly-average series are de­
rived by averaging successive month-end sea­
sonally adjusted data.

moving seasonal option of this program is used
to update seasonal factors each year, and the
results are reviewed and modified in some in­
stances in order to reduce the impact of nonseasonal influences on the seasonal factors or to
take account of influences causing changes in
seasonal factors when known. In general, the
published M 1 series is close to the X -l 1 results.
The currency and dem and deposit compo­
nents of M 1 are seasonally adjusted separately,
and the seasonally adjusted components are
aggregated to derive Mj. F or the time deposit
component of M 2, member and nonmember
time deposits other than C D ’s are also season­
ally adjusted separately and then aggregated.
From this seasonally adjusted aggregate, esti­
mates of time deposits due to the U.S. Gov­
ernment and to domestic commercial banks,
not seasonally adjusted, are subtracted. For
this purpose U.S. Governm ent and interbank

LIQUID ASSET HOLDINGS
State and local governments, and nonprofit
organizations.
Nevertheless, the asset types shown are
somewhat incomplete. They are limited to the
most im portant and long-standing forms of
liquid investment, and they omit some types
that have become sizable in recent years, such
as short-term lending to commercial banks
through security repurchase agreements and
shares in money market mutual funds. Also
omitted are any liquid investments abroad that
are held by these domestic groups. Such invest­
ments in other countries may be denominated
in U.S. dollars, as in the Euro-dollar market, or
in other currencies, but they are omitted regard­
less of the currency used.
It should also be noted that in recent years
there has been a growing amount of illiquidity
among some of the deposit forms included in
the total. During the past decade time deposits
at commercial banks and thrift institutions have
increasingly taken the form of nonnegotiable
certificates of deposit (CD’s) with specified
maturities of 2 to 4 years or more. These cer­

Liquid assets in this compilation include the
types of deposits and currency that appear in
money stock tabulations, and in addition they
include short-term marketable U.S. Govern­
ment securities, savings bonds, and commercial
paper, which are m ajor types of nondeposit
assets that can be converted into money on
short notice without heavy transaction cost.
Statistically, the money stock components are
taken directly from money stock data in sea­
sonally adjusted form, and the other compo­
nents are calculated by procedures parallel in
method to the money stock derivation.
Liquid assets as shown here (Table 1.2) differ
conceptually from the money stock in that they
are holdings by domestic nonfinancial residents
of the United States, whereas the money stock
totals include holdings by foreign investors of
U.S. money components and holdings by U.S.
financial institutions other than commercial
banks. The liquid asset totals are thus an ag­
gregate measure of readily spendable funds
held by U.S. households, nonfinancial businesses,




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tificates can be redeemed before maturity, but
only by forfeiting some of the interest that has
accrued on them. As such certificates approach
maturity, the interest loss on a $5,000 certificate,
for example, can be several hundred dollars,
making the transaction-cost of redemption high
for an asset classified as “liquid.”
In recent years about half of the commercial
bank time deposits of less than $100,000 have
been in the form of nonnegotiable C D ’s; and
about half of the deposits in nonbank financial
institutions were also in this form. Inasmuch as
these certificates have a wide range of terms
to maturity— hence a wide range of redemption
costs— available data provide little basis for a
simple assessment of their liquidity over time.

9

10

11

The components of the table are as follows:

from money stock data, after deducting
foreign holdings.
Open market paper held domestically
outside banks and other financial insti­
tutions.
Short-term marketable U.S. Govern­
ment securities excluding official, foreign,
and financial institution holdings. In­
cludes all issues due in 1 year or less
from month shown, plus a sliding pro­
portion of issues due in from 13 to 24
months. Includes issues by Treasury,
other budget agencies, and Federally
sponsored credit agencies.
Series E and H savings bonds held by
individuals.

Derivation of money stock components in
columns 2 through 6 and 8 is described on
pages 7-10. Estimates of foreign and finan­
cial institution holdings to be excluded from
liquid asset totals are based on the Federal R e­
serve’s flow of funds statistics. Flow of funds
data are also the source of amounts shown for
commercial paper and U.S. Government secur­
ities, including U.S. savings bonds. In trans­
ferring flow of funds data to this tabulation,
holdings were converted to monthly averages
by averaging month-end amounts and were
then seasonally adjusted directly as holdings by
the Census Bureau’s X - l l procedure. Flow of
funds accounts themselves have no direct sea­
sonal adjustment of outstandings.

Column(s)
1
Sum of columns 2 and 7.
2
Sum of columns 3, 4, 5, and 6. This
total constitutes the amount of M 3 held
by domestic nonfinancial sectors.
3, 4, 5 Money stock components after deduct­
ing foreign and financial institutional
holdings. The sum of these three col­
umns represents the amount of M 2 held
by domestic nonfinancial sectors.
6
Deposits at nonbank thrift institutions
as published in money stock statistics.
7
Sum of columns 8, 9, 10, and 11.
8
Negotiable CD’s of more than $100,000

BANKING SERIES
The remainder of this section is devoted to
a description of the main segments of the bank­
ing sector of the monetary system.
The nongovernmental part of the banking
system of the United States is made up of
thousands of separate institutions, some char­
tered by the Federal Government, some by the
States. In addition, there are a few private
banks. Such banks were excluded from Table
14 of Banking and Monetary Statistics (1914­
41) but are included in the otherwise com­
parable Table 1.7 here.




WHAT CONSTITUTES A BANK?
In these series a private financial institution
is included as a bank if it accepts deposits from
the general public or if it conducts principally
a fiduciary business. This definition conforms
to the definition used by the Comptroller of the
Currency, the Federal Deposit Insurance C or­
poration, and the Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System in the commercial and
mutual savings bank statistics published begin­
ning with 1947. Under this definition certain
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Section 1
by law to be members of the Federal Reserve
System and of the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation.
State member banks. Banks organized under
State laws may be admitted to membership in
the Federal Reserve System upon complying
with certain prescribed conditions. State mem­
ber banks of the Federal Reserve System, with
m inor exceptions, are required to be members
of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
State member banks are subject to both Federal
and State supervision.
Insured nonmember banks. State banks that
are not members of the Federal Reserve System
may be admitted to Federal deposit insurance
upon meeting certain prescribed conditions.
These banks also are subject to both Federal
and State supervision.
Noninsured banks. Noninsured banks do not
come under Federal supervision. They include
banks chartered under State laws, which are sub­
ject to State supervision; private banks, which
are generally not supervised by any banking
authority; and branches of banks in foreign
countries that are licensed to do business by the
State in which the branch is located.
CLASSIFICATION OF BANKS
Broad classification of banks by function
based on the type of deposit business they pri­
In this section banks (other than Federal
marily conduct divides banks into two cate­
Reserve B anks) are classified in three ways:
gories: commercial banks (Tables 1.3 and 1.4)
(1 ) by supervisory jurisdiction; (2 ) by func­
and mutual savings banks (Table 1.5).
tion, that is, broadly by the type of deposit
Commercial banks. Commercial banks are
business handled; and (3 ) by whether they
banks whose business includes the holding of
charge or do not charge for clearing checks.
checking accounts and other deposits subject to
Classification by supervisory jurisdiction de­
withdrawal on demand, and the making of
pends partly on the incorporation of the bank,
short-term, self-liquidating loans for commer­
whether under Federal or State law; partly on
cial, agricultural, and industrial purposes. (They
whether the bank is a member in the Federal
may also, and usually do, hold time and savings
Reserve System; and partly on whether its
deposits as well.) Commercial banks include
deposits are insured (Tables 1.6 and 1.7).
both Federally chartered and State-chartered in­
National banks. National banks are incorpo­
stitutions. The second group includes State
rated under Federal law, and they operate under
commercial banks, nondeposit trust companies,
the supervision of Federal authorities only. All
stock savings banks, industrial banks, and cash
national banks in the United States are required
depositories. Private banks also fall into this
category. M ost commercial banks are Federally
insured, some are not.
11 For complete descriptions o f the types o f institu­
M utual savings banks. With a few m inor
tions included and of those excluded, see the 1956
exceptions, mutual savings banks carry only
Annual R eport of the Federal D eposit Insurance Cor­
savings and other time deposits, and they in­
poration, pp. 88-89.
types of banks previously excluded, such as
private banks, were thereafter included, and
there were some changes in classification. But
the changes had little effect on data for the
years 1941-46 shown in this section.11
F or the years before 1947 a financial institu­
tion is one that accepted money from the gen­
eral public for deposit in a common fund, sub­
ject to withdrawal or transfer by check on
dem and or on short notice, and made loans to
the general public. Under both definitions
building and savings and loan associations,
personal loan and other small-loan companies,
credit unions, mortgage companies, sales fi­
nance companies, insurance companies, Fed­
eral Reserve Banks, and credit agencies owned
in whole or in part by the Federal Government
are excluded.
In arriving at the num ber of banks, the unit
is a single bank, including any branches;
branches are not counted separately. However,
banks joined through ownership or control by
a common holding company are counted as
separate banks.




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tively, of 1959. Their deposits were $172 mil­
lion and $386 million, respectively, on the call
date before admission.
A part from three national banks that are
members of the Federal Reserve System— one
in Alaska (included since April 1954), one in
Hawaii (included since April 1959), and one
in the Virgin Islands (included during the
period May 1957-Decem ber 1968)— these
tables do not include data for banks in terri­
tories or possessions of the United States;
therefore the figures differ from those published
by the Comptroller of the Currency for national
banks and by the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation for insured banks. In this publica­
tion branches of foreign banks doing business
in the United States are generally included, but
agencies and Edge Act corporations are ex­
cluded. Assets and liabilities of branches of
domestic banks outside the United States are
also excluded.
All commercial banks include all Federal
Reserve member banks and all nonmember
commercial banks. Stock savings banks and
nondeposit trust companies are included with
commercial banks. During 1941 three mutual
savings banks became members; these banks
are included in both member bank figures and
insured mutual savings bank figures. (One
withdrew from membership in 1960, a second
in 1961, and the third in 1962.) They are not
included in the total for commercial banks and
are counted only once in the total for all banks.
One noninsured, nondeposit trust company is
also included in the member bank series
through December 1968 but is excluded there­
after. A few noninsured banks for which asset
and liability data are not available are included
in the number of banks.
Beginning with December 1947 the series
were revised as announced in November by the
three Federal bank supervisory agencies. At
that time a net of 115 noninsured nonmember
commercial banks with total loans and invest­
ments of $110 million were added, and 8 banks
with total loans and investments of $34
million were transferred from the noninsurcd

vest their funds primarily in mortgage loans and
securities. All of them are State-chartered insti­
tutions, and they exist in only a few States;
most are in the northeastern section of the
United States. M any are Federally insured.
The third classification is that for collection
of checks at par. The Federal Reserve Act pro­
vided for a system of check collection through
Federal Reserve Banks to eliminate the undue
expense and delay that up to that time had
been involved in check collections in nearly all
parts of the country. Under this system the
Federal Reserve Banks receive and forward for
payment checks drawn on member banks, all
of which are required to remit at par, and on
those nonmember banks that have agreed to
remit at par.
The statistics of banks on the par list and
not on the par list (Table 1.8) include all banks
on which some checks are drawn, except for
the few mutual savings banks that carry de­
mand deposits, and exclude banks on which no
checks are drawn. Banks on the par list include
all member banks and those nonmember banks
that have agreed to remit at par. Banks not on
the par list are nonmember banks that have
not agreed to remit at par on checks forwarded
for payment through the Federal Reserve Banks.
Checks on such banks are not collectible through
the System. The total number of nonmember
banks in Table 1.8 differs somewhat from the
number of nonmember banks shown in other
tables of this section largely because Table 1.8
excludes and the other tables include banks on
which no checks are drawn, principally industrial
banks and trust companies without deposits.

COVERAGE, AND CHANGES
IN COVERAGE OR CLASSIFICATION
The statistics in this section include all non­
governmental banks in the United States. All
banks in Alaska and Hawaii have been in­
cluded since those two territories were admitted
to statehood in January and August, respec­




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Section 1
reopens with a new name and a new charter,
the action is still classed as a reopening rather
than as a primary organization.
A consolidation or absorption represents the
corporate union of two or more going banks
into one bank that continues under a single
charter, either a new or an old one. The term
is used in an economic rather than a legal or
technical sense, the essential consideration be­
ing that the business of two or more going
banks becomes concentrated under one charter
and one management. Banks absorbed by other
banks and converted into branches are counted
as consolidations or absorptions. The classifi­
cation also includes cases in which two or more
banks absorb another bank and then distribute
its business among themselves or in which the
assets and liabilities of a weak bank are trans­
ferred to another bank to avoid suspension.
The banks that go out of existence or are con­
verted into branches because of consolidations
or absorptions are counted; the continuing or
absorbing banks are not counted.
A voluntary liquidation represents the vol­
untary discontinuance of operations and the
surrender of its charter by an uctive bank.
However, voluntary liquidations legally inci­
dental to conversions, consolidations, or ab­
sorptions are included in one of those cate­
gories, not in this one. F or example, if a bank
transfers most or all of its assets to another
bank under an agreement whereby the second
bank assumes its liabilities, the change is
counted as a consolidation or absorption, not
as a liquidation.
An admission to or a withdrawal from Fed­
eral Reserve membership represents a case
where a State bank joins or leaves the Federal
Reserve System. A few State banks are orga­
nized with the intention of becoming members
before opening for business. Such banks are
counted both as prim ary organizations of non­
member banks and as admissions to member­
ship under increases in State member banks
and under decreases in nonmember banks.
Unclassified changes are those changes that
cannot be classified elsewhere because of spe­

mutual savings bank to the nonmember com­
mercial bank category.
In addition to these specific changes, and the
organization of new banks, the comparability
of figures for classes of banks is affected some­
what by changes in Federal Reserve member­
ship, Federal insurance status, mergers, and so
forth. The following paragraphs describe in
detail the various types of changes shown in
Table 1.7.
A primary organization represents the char­
tering of a newly organized bank except when
the issuance of a new charter is incident to a
consolidation, merger, absorption, succession,
or conversion of a going bank.
A conversion represents the issuance to an
active bank of a national charter to supersede a
State charter under which the bank had pre­
viously been operating, or of a State charter to
supersede a national charter. Only simple con­
versions looking toward permanent operation
under the newly issued charter and involving
•no other change in status are included in this
category. Some conversions are effected merely
as a necessary legal step in a consolidation,
merger, or absorption, the new charter being
surrendered shortly after the conversion. Such
cases are considered consolidations or aborptions rather than conversions unless the tempo­
rary bank’s existence runs over the end of the
calendar year. In this event it is counted as a
conversion in the year in which the change in
charter occurs and as a consolidation, merger,
or absorption in the year following when the
newly issued charter is surrendered. This is
done so that the status of changes will agree,
insofar as practicable, with the number of
banks shown in the year-end abstracts of con­
dition reports.
A suspension represents the temporary or
perm anent closing of a bank to the public by
supervisory authorities or by the bank’s board
of directors because of financial difficulties.
A reopening of a suspended bank {included
with “unclassified changes” in Table 1.7) rep­
resents the resumption of operations of a pre­
viously suspended bank. Even if the bank




15

Monetary System—Summary Measures
Generally speaking these loans fluctuate widely,
but they have little net effect on the volume of
credit available to the public. F or the period
1959 to date, however, the series continue to
exclude loans to domestic commercial banks,
but they include those to foreign commcrcial
banks. This treatment of domestic interbank
loans is similar to that accorded interbank de­
posit liabilities in the money stock series. Be­
ginning June 30, 1969, loans and investments
were reported gross— that is, without deduction
of valuation reserves— rather than net of valua­
tions reserves as had been done previously.
Data shown in Table 1.4 beginning January
1959 have been revised to include valuation
reserves.
Beginning with May 1969 a new series on
“bank loans plus loans sold outright to affili­
ates” is shown. Transfers of loans to affiliates
increased sharply in 1969 and early 1970 in
response to restraints on bank credit expansion.
Over this period the new combined series re­
flects more accurately the total volume of lend­
ing by commercial banks, inasmuch as loans
initiated by the banks and then transferred to
their affiliates were removed from the banks’
books and, consequently, were not reported in
the usual condition statement.

cial circumstances involved in the change or
because of a lack of essential data.

SERIES ON BANK CREDIT
Table 1.4 shows for all commercial banks
the following data: total loans and investments;
total loans; holdings of U.S. Government secur­
ities; and holdings of other securities, which
consist mainly of State and municipal issues.
Both seasonally adjusted figures and figures
without seasonal adjustment are shown. In view
of the substantial seasonal and cyclical move­
ments in bank credit, a seasonally adjusted
series facilitates historical analysis and makes it
easier to view the current trend in bank credit
and its components. Such a series indicates
much more clearly than unadjusted data the
banking system’s responses to changes in mone­
tary policy.
The basic data used for the series are the
end-of-month (last Wednesday) estimates of
major balance sheet items for all commercial
banks published in Table 1.3. F or the period
through 1958 all loans to other commercial
banks were excluded from the data for both
total loans and total loans and investments.




16

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.1

MONEY STOCK AND RELATED DATA, MONTHLY, 1947-70
A.

SEASONALLY ADJUSTED
[In billions of dollars]

M oney stock
M onth
Total

Demand
Currency
deposit
component com ponent

M oney stock

Time
deposits
ad>
justed 1

M onth
Total

Demand
Currency
deposit
com ponent component

Time
deposits
ad*
justed1

1947—Jan..
Feb..
M ar.
Apr.
M ay
June
July.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct..
Nov.
Dec.

109.5
109.7
110.3
111.1
111.7
112.1
112.2
112.6
113.0
112.9
113.3
113.1

26.7
26.7
26.7
2 6 .6
26.6
26.6
26.5
26.5
26.7
26.5
26.5
26.4

82.8
83.0
83.7
84.5
85.1
85.5
85.7
86.1
86.3
86.4
86.8
86.7

33.3
33.5
33.6
33.7
33.8
33.9
34.0
34.4
34.7
35.0
35.2
35.4

1953—Jan ..........................
Feb.........................
M ar........................
Apr.........................
M ay .......................
Ju n e .......................
July.........................
Aug.........................
Sept........................
Oct..........................
Nov........................
Dec.........................

127.3
127.4
128.0
128.3
128.5
128.5
128.6
128.7
128.6
128.7
128.7
128.8

27.4
27.5
27.6
27.7
27.7
27.7
27.8
27.8
27.8
27.8
27.8
27.7

99.9
99.9
100.4
100.7
100.7
100.7
100.8
100.9
100.8
100.9
100.9
101.1

41.4
41.6
41.9
42.1
42.4
42.6
42.9
43.2
43.5
43.9
44.2
44.5

1948—-Jan..
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
M ay
June
July.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct..
Nov.
Dec.

113.4
113.2
112.6
112.3
112.1
112.0
112.2
112.3
112.2
112.1
111.8
H I.5

26.4
26.3
26.2
26.1
26.0
26.0
26.0
26.0
2 6 .0
26.0
2 6 .0
25.8

87.0
86.8
86.4
86.3
86.0
86.0
86.2
86.2
86.2
86.1
85.9
85.8

35.5
35.7
35.7
35.7
35.7
35.8
35.8
35.9
35.9
35.9
36.0
36.0

1954—J a n ..........................
Feb.........................
M ar........................
Apr.........................
M ay .......................
Ju n e.......................
J u ly .......................
Aug........................
Sept........................
Oct..........................
Nov........................
Dec.........................

129.0
129.1
129.2
128.6
129.7
129.9
130.3
130.7
130.9
131.5
132.1
132.3

27.7
27.7
27.6
27.6
27.6
27.5
27.5
27.5
27.4
27.4
27.4
21A

101.3
101.5
101.6
101.0
102.1
102.3
102.8
103.2
103.5
104.1
104.7
104.9

44.8
45.2
45.6
46.1
46.5
46.8
47.3
47.8
47.9
48.1
48.2
48.3

1949—Jan..
Feb.
M ar.
A pr.
M ay
June
July.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct..
Nov.
Dec.

111.2
111.2
111.2
111.3
111.5
111.3
111.2
U l.O
110.9
110.9
111.0
111.2

25.7
25.7
27.7
25.7
25.7
25.6
25.5
25.5
25.3
25.3
25.2
25.1

85.5
85.5
85.6
85.6
85.8
85.7
85.7
85.6
85.6
85.6
85.8
86.0

36.1
36.1
36.1
36.2
36.3
36.4
36.4
36.4
36.4
36.4
36.4
36.4

1955—Jan ..........................
Feb.........................
M ar........................
A pr.........................
M ay.......................
Ju n e .......................
Ju ly ........................
Aug.........................
Sept........................
Oct..........................
N ov........................
Dec.........................

133.0
133.9
133.6
133.9
134.6
134.4
134.8
134.8
135.0
135.2
134.9
135.2

27.4
27.5
27.5
27.5
27.6
27.6
27.7
27.7
27.7
27.8
27.8
27.8

105.6
106.4
106.0
106.3
107.0
106.8
107.2
107.0
107.3
107.4
107.1
107.4

48.5
48.7
48.8
49.0
49.0
49.2
49.3
49.3
49.6
49.7
49.9
50.0

1950—Jan..
Feb.
M ar.
Apr.
May
June
July.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct..
Nov.
Dec.

111.5
112.1
112.5
113.2
113.7
114.1
114.6
115.0
115.2
115.7
115.9
116.2

25.1
25.1
25.2
25.3
25.2
25.1
25.0
24.9
24.9
24.9
24.9
25.0

86.4
86.9
87.3
88.0
88.5
89.0
89.6
90.1
90.3
90.8
90.9
91.2

36.4
36.6
36.6
36.7
36.9
36.9
36.8
36.7
36.6
36.5
36.6
36.7

1956—Jan ..........................
F e b .........................
M ar........................
A pr.........................
M ay.......................
Ju n e.......................
Ju ly ........................
Aug........................
Sept........................
O ct..........................
N ov........................
Dec.........................

135.5
135.5
135.7
136.0
135.8
136.0
136.0
135.7
136.2
136.3
136.6
136.9

27.9
27.9
27.9
27.9
27.9
27.9
28.0
28.0
28.0
28.0
28.1
28.2

107.7
107.7
107.8
108.1
107.9
108.1
108.0
107.8
108.2
108.2
108.4
108.7

49.9
49.9
50.1
50.3
50.4
50.7
50.9
51.2
51.5
51.6
51.8
51.9

1951—Jan..
Feb..
Mar.
Apr.
M ay
June
July.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct..
Nov.
Dec.

116.7
117.1
117.6
117.8
118.2
118.6
119.1
119.6
120.4
121.0
122.0
122.7

25.0
25.1
25.2
25.2
25.3
25.4
25.6
25.7
25.8
26.0
26.0
26.1

91.7
92.0
92.4
92.6
92.8
93.2
93.4
93.8
94.5
95.1
96.0
96.5

36.7
36.6
36.6
36.7
36.8
36.9
37.2
37.4
37.7
37.8
38.0
38.2

1957—Jan ..........................
Feb.........................
M ar........................
A pr.........................
M ay .......................
Ju n e.......................
July........................
Aug........................
Sept........................
Oct.........................
Nov........................
Dec.........................

136.9
136.8
136.9
136.9
137.0
136.9
137.0
137.1
136.8
136.5
136.3
135.9

28.2
28.2
28.2
28.2
28.2
28.3
28.3
28.3
28.3
28.3
28.3
28.3

108.6
108.6
108.7
108.7
108.8
108.6
108.7
108.8
108.4
108.2
108.0
107.6

52.6
53.1
53.7
54.0
54.5
54.8
55.3
55.7
56.1
56.6
57.0
57.4

1952—Jan..
Feb.
M ar.
Apr.
May
June
July.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct..
Nov.
Dec..

123.1
123.6
123.8
124.1
124.5
125.0
125.3
125.7
126.4
126.7
127.1
127.4

26.2
26.3
26.4
26.4
26.5
26.7
26.7
26.8
26.9
27.0
27.2
27.3

96.9
97.3
97.5
97.6
98.0
98.4
98.6
98.9
99.4
99.7
99.9
100.1

38.4
38.7
38.9
39.1
39.3
39.5
39.7
40.0
40.3
40.5
40.9
41.1

1958—Jan ..........................
Feb.........................
M ar........................
A pr.........................
M ay .......................
Ju n e .......................
July ........................
A ug........................
Sept........................
Oct..........................
Nov........................
Dec.........................

135.5
136.2
136.5
137.0
137.5
138.4
138.4
139.1
139.5
140.1
140.9
141.1

28.3
28.2
28.2
28.2
28.3
28.3
28.4
28.4
28.5
28.5
28.5
28.6

107.2
107.9
108.3
108.7
109.2
110.1
110.0
110.7
IU .l
111.6
112.4
112.6

57.6
59.2
60.5
61.5
62.3
63.2
64.0
64.6
64.8
64.9
65.2
65.4

For notes see last page o f Part B o f this table.




17

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.1

MONEY STOCK AND RELATED DATA, 1947-70—Continued
A.

SEASONALLY A D JU STED —Continued
[In billions of dollars]

Over-all measures

Related data
Deposits a t commercial banks

M onth

Cur­
rency

N onbank
thrift
institu*
.
tions

Mi

M a

Mi

(6)+(7)

Af2
0 ) +(10)

(2)+(11)

(2)+(9)

(3)+(9)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

1959—Jan...........
F e b ..........
M ar..........
A pr..........
M ay.........
Ju n e .........
Ju ly ..........
Aug..........
Sept..........
O ct...........
N ov..........
Dec..........

142.2
142.5
143.1
143.3
143.9
144.2
144.9
144.5
144.2
143.8
143.7
143.4

208.5
208.6
209.2
209.9
210.6
211.1
212.0
211.5
211.4
211.0
211.2
210.9

293.9
294.6
296.0
297.3
298.9
300.1
301.7
302.0
302.5
302.7
303.4
303.8

208.5
208.6
209.2
209.9
210.6
211.1
212.0
211.5
211.4
211.0
211.2
210.9

293.9
294.6
296.0
297.3
298.9
300.1
301.7
302.0
302.5
302.7
303.4
303.8

28.7
28.7
28.8
28.7
29.0
29.0
29.0
29.1
29.0
29.0
28.9
28.9

113.5
113.8
114.3
114.6
115.0
115.1
116.0
115.4
115.2
114.9
114.7
114.5

66.3
66.1
66.1
66.5
66.7
67.0
67.0
67.0
67.2
67.2
67.5
67.4

0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 ,0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 ,0
0 ,0
0 .0

66.3
66.1
66.1
66.5
66.7
67.0
67.0
67.0
67.2
67.2
67.5
67.4

85.4
86.0
86.7
87.5
88.2
88.9
89.7
90.5
9 1 .2
91.7
92.2
92.9

I960—Jan...........
Feb..........
M ar.........
A pr..........
M ay .........
Ju n e .........
Ju ly ..........
Aug..........
Sept..........
Oct...........
N ov..........
Dec..........

143.3
142.9
142.S
143.0
142.6
142.7
143.4
144.0
144.3
144.3
144.2
144.2

210.7
209.9
209.7
210.3
210.1
210.6
212.1
213.5
214.7
215.5
216.5
217.1

304.2
304.1
304.6
305.9
306.5
307.7
310.0
312.4
314.4
316.1
317.9
319.3

210.7
209.9
209.7
210.3
210.1
210.6
212.1
213.5
214.7
215.5
216.5
217.1

304.2
304.1
304.6
305.9
306.5
307.7
310.0
312.4
314.4
316.1
317.9
319.3

28.9
28.9
29.0
29.0
29.0
29.0
29.0
29.0
29.0
29.0
29.0
29.0

114.3
114.0
113.9
114.0
113.6
113.8
114.5
115.0
115.3
115.2
115.2
115.2

67.4
66.9
66.8
67.3
67.5
67.8
68.6
69.6
70.4
71.3
72.3
72.9

0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0

67.4
66.9
66.8
67.3
67.5
67.8
68.6
69.6
70.4
71.3
72.3
72.9

93.6
9 4 .2
94.9
95.6
96.4
97.1
97.9
98.8
99.7
100.6
101.4
102.3

1961—Jan ...........
Feb...........
M a r.........
A pr..........
M ay ........
Ju n e .........
Ju ly..........
Aug..........
Sept..........
O ct...........
N ov.........
Dec..........

144.4
144.9
145.2
145.6
146.1
146.4
146.5
146.8
147.3
147.8
148.4
148.7

218.0
219.5
220.0
221.2
222.5
223.4
224.3
225.2
226.1
227.1
228.3
228.6

321.2
323.6
325.0
327.0
329.3
331.2
333.0
334.8
336.6
338.5
340.7
342.1

218.1
219.7
220.5
221.8
223.4
224.5
225.6
226.7
227.9
229.2
230.7
231.4

321.3
323.9
325.5
327.7
330.1
332.2
334.3
336.3
338.4
340.7
343.2
344.8

28.9
28.9
28.9
28.9
28.9
28.9
29.0
29.1
29.2
29.4
29.4
29.6

115.5
115.9
116.3
116.7
117.1
117.4
117.5
117.7
118.1
118.4
119.0
119.1

73,8
74.9
75.2
76.2
77.3
78.1
79.1
79.9
80.6
81.4
82.3
82.7

0.1
0.3
0 .4
0 .6
0.8
1.0
1.3
1.5
1.8
2.1
2.4
2.8

73.7
74.6
74.8
7 5.6
76.5
77.1
77.8
78,4
78.8
79,3
79,9
79.9

103.2
104.1
105.0
105.8
106.8
107.7
108.7
109.6
110.J
111.4
112.4
113.4

1962—Jan...........
Feb..........
M ar..........
A pr..........
M ay ........
Ju n e .........
Ju ly ..........
Aug..........
Sept.........
O ct...........
N ov..........
D ec..........

148.9
149.1
149.5
149.8
149.8
149.9
149.7
149.5
149.4
149.9
lSO.5
150.9

230.2
231.7
233.5
235.1
235.6
236.6
237.2
237.5
238.3
239.9
241.5
242.9

344.6
347.1
349.9
352.5
354.0
356.0
357.7
359.2
361.1
363.9
366.7
369.2

233.2
134.9
236.9
238.7
239.4
240.6
241,5
242.1
243.1
245.0
246.9
248.5

347.6
350.3
353.3
356.1
357.8
360.0
362.0
363.7
365.9
369.0
372.1
374.9

29.6
29.7
29.8
30.0
30.0
30.1
30.2
30.2
30.3
30.3
30.4
30.6

119.3
119.3
119.6
119.8
119.8
119.8
119.6
119.3
119.1
119.6
120.0
120.3

84.2
85.8
87.4
88.9
89.6
90.7
91.7
92.6
93.7
95.0
96.4
97,6

3.0
3.2
3.4
3.6
3.8
4 .0
4.3
4.5
4.8
5.1
5.4
5.7

81.2
82.7
84.1
85.3
85.8
86.7
87.5
88.0
88.9
89.9
91.0
92.0

114.4
115.4
116.4
117.4
118.4
119.4
120.5
121.6
122.8
124.0
125.2
126.4

1963—
-Jan...........
Feb..........
M ar.........
Apr..........
M ay .........
Ju n e .........
Ju ly .........
Aug..........
Sept..........
O ct...........
N ov.........
Dec..........

151.5
151.8
152.2
152.7
153.3
154.0
154.6
154.7
155.1
155.8
156.9
156.5

244.7
245.8
247.1
248.6
250.0
251.4
252.7
253.8
255.0
256.7
259.0
258.9

372.5
375.0
377.6
380.4
383.1
385.7
388.2
390.5
392.8
395.8
399.3
400.3

250.7
252.0
253.6
255.4
257.1
258.8
260.4
261.8
263.4
265.5
268.2
268.5

378.4
381.2
384.1
387.2
390.2
393.1
395.9
398.5
401.2
404.6
408.5
409.9

30.6
30.8
31.0
31.2
31.3
31.5
31.6
31.8
31.9
32.0
32,3
32,5

120.9
121.0
121.2
121.6
122.1
122.5
123.0
122.9
123.1
123.8
124.7
124.1

99,2
100.2
101.4
102.7
103.7
104.8
105.8
107.1
108.3
109.7
111.3
112.0

6.0
6 .2
6.5
6.8
7.1
7.4
7.7
8.1
8.4
8.8
9.2
9 .6

93.2
94.0
94.9
95.9
96.7
97.4
98.0
99.1
99.9
100.8
102.0
102.3

127.7
129.2
130.5
131.8
133.1
134.3
135.5
136.7
137.8
139.1
140.3
141.4

1964—Jan ...........
Feb..........
M ar..........
A pr..........
M ay .........
Ju n e .........
Ju ly ..........
Aug..........
Sept..........
Oct...........
N ov.........
D ec..........

156.9
157.3
157.8
158.0
159.0
159.5
160.6
161.4
162.3
162.9
163.6
163.7

259.9
261.1
262.1
263.0
264.8
266.4
268.2
270.0
272.1
273.6
275.5
277.1

402.6
405.0
407.2
409.4
412.5
415.5
418.8
422.0
425.5
428.3
431.6
434.4

270.3
271.9
273.1
274.3
276.5
278.4
280.3
282.1
284.5
286.4
288.7
289.9

413.0
415.8
418.2
420.6
424.3
427.5
430.8
434.1
437.9
441.2
444.7
447.2

32.5
32.7
32.9
33.0
33.3
33.5
33.6
33.8
33.9
34.0
34.2
34.3

124.4
124.6
124.9
125.0
125.7
126.0
127.0
127.6
128.4
128.9
129.4
129.5

113.4
114.6
115.3
116.2
117.5
118.9
119.7
120.7
122,1
123.6
125,0
126.2

10.5
10.8
11.0
11.2
11.7
12.0
12.1
12.1
12.4
12.9
13.1
12.8

102.9
103.8
104.3
105.0
105.8
106.9
107.6
108.6
109.8
110.7
111.9
113.4

142.7
144.0
145.1
146.4
147.7
149.1
150.6
152.0
153.5
154.8
156.1
137.3

Mi

T ime and sav ngs
Demand
Total

For notes see last page o f Part B o f this table.




18

(6)

O)

C D ’s

Other

(8)

(9)

(10)

01)

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.1

MONEY STOCK AND RELATED DATA, 1947-70—Continued
A.

SEASONALLY ADJUSTED—Continued
[In billions o f dollars]

Over-all measures

Related data
Deposits a t commercial banks

M onth

Mx

Mi

(6)+ (7)

(1)H-(10)

M a

(2)+(11)

(2)+(9)

C ur­
rency

Mi

(3)+(9)

N onbank
thrift
institu­
tions

Time and savings
Demand
Total

C D 's

Other

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

do

34.4
34.6
34.7
34.8
34.9
35.0
35.2
35.4
35.7
36.0
36.1
36.3

129.7
129.9
130.3
130.5
130.7
131.4
131.8
132.0
132.9
133.8
134.3
134.9

128.8
130.7
132.1
133.5
134.8
136.5
138.0
139.7
141.5
143.7
145.3
146.4

13.9
14.1
14.4
14.7
15.2
15.6
15.6
16.0
16.3
16.8
16.7
16.4

114.9
116.7
117.8
118.8
119.6
120.9
122.3
123.8
125.2
126.9
128.6
130.0

158.4
159.5
160.5
161.5
162.5
163.6
164.7
165.8
166.9
168.1
169.3
170.4

491.7
494.1
496.7
500.5
502.4
503.9
505.1
506.2
508.3
508.1
508.7
510.9

36.6
36.8
36.9
37.1
37.3
37.4.
37.6
37.8
37.9
38.0
38.1
38.3

136.0
136.6
137.2
138.3
138.1
138.3
137.4
137.2
138.0
137.3
137.2
137.3

147.8
148.7
149.8
151.9
153.6
154.4
156.0
156.9
157.4
157.2
157.0
157.9

16.6
16.6
16.9
17.6
17.8
17.9
18.2
17.9
17.6
16.5
15.6
15.5

131.2
132.1
132.9
134.3
135.8
136.5
137.8
139.0
139.8
140.7
141.4
142.4

171.3
172.1
172.8
173.1
173.4
173.9
174.1
174.4
175.0
175.6
176.3
177.3

336.8
341.4
344.9
346.4
350.4
354.6
358.0
361.2
364.1
366.5
368.6
370.5

515.4
521.2
526.0
529.2
535.0
540.8
545.8
550.5
554.7
558.4
561.7
564.5

38.5
38.7
38.9
39.0
39.1
39.2
39.4
39.5
39.8
39.9
40.0
40.4

137.1
138.6
139.7
139.0
140.7
142.1
143.4
144.4
145.2
146.0
146.5
146.9

161.3
164.1
166.3
168.4
170.5
173.3
175.2
177.3
179.1
180.5
182.1
183.3

17.1
18.4
19.0
19.0
18.9
19.5
19.5
19.9
20.3
20.1
20.3
20.6

144.2
145.7
147.3
149.4
151.6
153.8
155.7
157.4
158.8
160.4
161.8
162.6

178.5
179.8
181.2
182.9
184.6
186.2
187.8
189.3
190.7
192.0
193.1
194.0

546.7
550.1
553.3
556.2
560.1
563.9
567.0
571.5
575.9
580.2
585.4
589.6

372.4
375.0
377.2
378.5
381.2
383.8
386.8
390.9
394.7
398.4
402.8
406.4

567.3
570.9
574.1
576.4
580.1
583.7
587.8
593.0
597.9
602.9
608.5
613.1

40.6
40.7
41.1
41.4
41.5
41.8
42.0
42.3
42.6
42.8
43.2
43.4

147.6
148.4
148.9
149.5
151.4
152.6
153.5
154.3
155.3
156.2
157.6
158.7

184.2
185.9
187.2
187.6
188.4
189.4
191.3
194.3
196.7
199.4
202.0
204.3

20.7
20.8
20.8
20.2
20.0
19.9
20.8
21.6
22.0
22.7
23.1
23.5

163.6
165.1
166.5
167.4
168.3
169.5
170.5
172.7
174.7
176.7
178.9
180.8

194.9
195.9
196.9
197.9
198.9
199.9
201.0
202.2
203.3
204.5
205.7
206.7

384.9
386.5
387.9
389.3
390.3
391.8
391.0
390.0
390.7
391.1
392.1
392.3

592.6
595.3
597.8
600.0
601.7
603.9
603.6
603.2
604.6
605.3
606.6
607.3

406.6
406.8
407.1
407.8
4G8.0
408.1
405.4
402.8
402.6
402.4
403.2
403.3

614.3
615.7
617.0
618.6
619.4
620.2
618.0
615.9
616.4
616.6
617.7
618.2

43.6
43.9
44.1
44.2
44.4
44.7
44.9
45.2
45.3
45.6
45.9
46.1

159.6
160.3
160.7
161.3
161.7
162.1
162.3
161.9
162.4
162.5
162.8
162.8

203.3
202.6
202.3
202.3
201.9
201.4
198.2
195.6
194.9
194.3
194.5
194.4

21.7
20.3
19.2
18.5
17.7
16.3
14.4
12.7
11.8
11.3
11.1
10.9

181.6
182.3
183.1
183.8
184.1
185.1
183.8
182.9
183.1
182.9
183.4
183.5

207.7
208.9
209.9
210.7
211.4
212.0
212.6
213.2
213.8
214.2
214.5
214.9

393.0
392.0
394.5
398.0
400.1
402.4
406.0
410.4
414.5
417.1
420.0
423.5

607.9
606.9
610.1
614.6
618.0
621.5
626.7
633.3
639.7
644.7
650.0
656.2

403.5
402.7
406.0
411.0
413.5
415.8
422.5
429.3
435.4
439.5
443.8
448.8

618.4
617.6
621.5
627.6
631.4
634.9
643.2
652.1
660.6
667.1
673.8
681.5

46.3
46.5
46.7
47.0
47.5
47.7
47.9
48.1
48.3
48.5
48.8
49.1

164.2
163.2
164.3
165.5
165.8
166.0
166.3
167.7
169.2
169.3
169.9
170.5

193.1
193.0
194.9
198.5
200.2
202.2
208.3
213.5
217.9
221.7
225.2
229.2

10.5
10.6
11.4
13.0
13.4
13.4
16.5
18.9
20.9
22.4
23.8
25.3

182.6
182.4
183.5
185.5
186.8
188.8
191.8
194.6
197.1
199.3
201.3
204.0

214.8
214.9
215.6
216.6
217.8
219.1
220.7
222.8
225.2
227.6
230.0
232.7

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

1965—Jan ...........
Feb...........
M ar..........
A p r..........
M ay .........
Ju n e .........
Ju ly ..........
Aug..........
Sept..........
O ct...........
N ov..........
D eo..........

164.2
164.4
164.9
165.3
165.6
166.5
167.1
167.4
168.6
169.8
170.4
171,3

279.1
281.1
282.7
284.1
285.2
287.4
289.4
291.2
293.8
296.7
299.0
301.3

437.5
440.6
443.2
445.6
447.7
451.0
454.1
457.0
460.7
464.8
468.3
471.7

292.9
295.2
297.0
298.7
300.3
302.9
305.0
307.1
310.1
313.4
315.7
317.7

451.3
454.7
457.5
460.2
462.9
466.5
469.7
472.9
477.0
481.5
485.0
488.0

1966—Jan ...........
Feb..........
M ar..........
A pr..........
M ay .........
Ju n e .........
Ju ly..........
Aug..........
O ct...........
Nov..........
Dec..........

172.6
173.3
174.1
175.4
175.4
175.6
175.0
174.9
175.9
175.3
175.4
175.7

303.9
305.4
307.0
309.8
311.2
312.1
312.8
313.9
315.7
316.0
316.8
318.1

475.1
477.5
479.8
482.9
484.6
486.0
486.9
488.3
490.7
491.6
493.1
495.4

320.5
322.0
323.9
327.3
329.0
330.0
331.0
331.8
333.3
332.5
332.4
333.6

1967—Jan ...........
Feb..........
M ar..........
Aj>r..........
M ay .........
J u n e .........
Ju ly ..........
Aug..........
Sept..........
O ct...........
N ov..........
D ec..........

175.6
177.3
178.6
177.9
179.9
181.4
182.8
183.8
185.0
185.9
186.6
187.3

319.7
323.0
325.9
327.3
331.5
335.1
338.4
341.3
343.8
346.3
348.3
349.9

498.3
502.8
507.1
510.2
516.1
521.3
526.2
530.6
534.5
538.3
541.4
543.9

1968—Jan ...........
Feb..........
M ar..........
A pr..........
M ay .........
Ju n e .........
Ju ly ..........
Aug..........
Sept..........
Oct...........
N ov..........
Dec..........

188.2
189.2
189.9
190.9
192.9
194.5
195.5
196.6
197.9
199.0
200.8
202.2

351.8
354.3
356.4
358.3
361.2
364.0
366.0
369.3
372.6
375.7
379.7
382.9

1969—Jan...........
Feb...........
M ar..........
Aj>r..........
M ay .........
Ju n e .........
Ju ly ..........
Aug..........
Sept..........
O ct...........
N ov..........
D ec..........

203.2
204.2
204.8
205.5
206.2
206.8
207.2
207.1
207.7
208.1
208.7
208.8

1970—Jan...........
Feb..........
M ar..........
At>r..........
M ay .........
Ju n e .........
Ju ly .........
Aug..........
Sept.........
O ct...........
N ov..........
D ec..........

210.4
209.7
211.0
212.5
213.3
213.6
214.2
215.8
217.5
217.8
218.6
219.6

(6)

For notes see last page o f Part B o f this table.




19




'EM—SU M M A R Y M EASURES
1.1

MONEY STOCK AND RELATED DATA, MONTHLY, 1947-70
B.

N OT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED
[In billions o f dollars]

Money stock
Time
deposits
ad ­
justed i

U.S.
Govt,
demand
deposits 1

Time
deposits
ad­
justed 1

Month

J.i

rO\
m«i

Currency
com ­
ponent

Dem and
deposit
com­
ponent

26.7
26.5
26.5
26.4
26.4
26.4
26.4
26.4
26.8
26.7
26.7
26.8

85.2
83.3
82.9
82.7
83.4
84.5
84.9
85.5
86.5
86.9
87.8
89.1

33.2
33.4
33.7
33.8
33.9
34.0
34.2
34.4
34.7
35.0
35.1
35.1

2.6
3.3
3.6
2.9
2.3
1.0
1.0
1.4
1.6
2.2
1.6
1.0

1953—Jan ...............
Feb...............
M ar.............
Apr..............
M ay............
June.............
July..............
Aug..............
Sept..............
Oct...............
Nov..............
Dec............ :

130.5
128.1
127.7
126.7
126.7
127.6
127.0
127.0
127.9
128.8
129.9
132.1

27.4
27.3
27.4
27.4
27.5
27.6
27.8
27.8
27.9
27.9
28.0
28.2

26.4
26.2
26.1
25.9
25.8
25.9
26.0
26.0
26.1
26.2
26.2
26.2

89.5
87.2
85.7
84.5
84.4
85.0
85.3
85.6

35.5
35.6
35.8
35.8
35.8
35.9
36.0
35.9
35.9
36.0
• 35.9
35.7

.9
1.7
2.1
2.3
2.7
2.2
2.0
2.5
2.4
2.3
2.4
1.8

1954—J a n ...............
Feb...............
M ar.............
A pr..............
M ay .............
Ju n e .............
Ju ly ..............
Aug..............
Sept..............
Oct...............
N ov..............
D ec,.............

132.3
129.8
128.9
127.2
128.1
129.0
128.8
129.0
130.1
131.5
133.1
135.6

27.7
27.5
27.4
27.4
27.4
27.4
27.5
27.4
27.5
27.6
27.7
27.9

25.7
25.5
25.5
25.5
25.5
25.4
25.5
25.4
25.4
25.5
25.4
25.5

88.0
85.9
84.9
84.0
84.2
84.8
84.7
84.9
85.5
86.0
88.4

36.0
36.1
36.2
36.3
36.4
36.5
36.5
36.5
36.4
36.4,
36.3
36.1

1.6
2.7
3.0
2.6
1.9
1.5
1.4
2.8
3.2
3.4
3.5
2.8

1955—Jan ...............
Feb...............
M ar..............
A pr..............
M ay.............
Ju n e .............
Ju ly .............
A ug..............
Sept..............
O ct...............
N ov.............
Dec..............

136.4
134.5
133.1
132.8
132.7
133.5
133.4
133.0
134.2
135.1
135.9
138.6

27.4
27.2
27.3
27.3
27.4
27.5
27.7
27.7
27.8
27.9
28.1
28.4

3.
3.
3
4.
4.
4.
4.
4.
3.
4.
4,
3.

25.1
25.0
25.1
25.1
25.0
24.9
25.0
24.9
25.0
25.1
25.2
25.4

88.9
87.4
86.8
86.4
86.9
88.0
88.5
89.3
90.1
91.2
91.8
93.4

36.4
36.5
36.7
36.8
36.9
37.0
36.9
35.7
36.6
36.6
36.5
36.4

2.8
3.7
3.5
3.3
3.0
3.0
3.4
3.4
3.4
2.8
3.0
2.4

1956—Jan ...............
Feb...............
M ar..............
A pr..............
M ay.............
Ju n e .............
July..............
Aug..............
Sept..............

139.1
136.0
135.2
135.1
134.0
135.1
134.5
134.0
135.4
136.2
137.5
140.3

27.9
27.6
27.7
27.7
27.7
27.8
28.1
28.0
28.1
28.2
28.4
28.8

2,
4.
4.
5.
4.
3.
4.
4.
3.
4.
3.

25.0
25.0
25.0
25.0
25.1
25.3
25.6
25.7
25.9
26.1
26.3
26.6

94.5
92.5
92.3
91.0
91.2
92.4
91.9
92.7
94.1
95.2
97.0
99.2

36.7
36.6
36.7
36.7
36.7
36.9
37.3
37.5
37.7
37.9
38.0
38.0

2.1
3.3
4.5
6.1
5.1
4 .6
4.8
4.2
3.6
3.9
3.1
2 .7

1957—Jan ...............
Feb...............

140.3
137.3
136.1
136.1
135.2
135.9
135.6
135.6
136.1
136.4
137.2
139.3

28.2
27.9
27.9
28.0
28.0
28.2
28.4
28.3
28.4
28.4
28.6
28.9

3.
4.
4.
4.
4.
3.
3.
4.
3.
3.

26.2
26.1
26.2
26.2
26.3
26.5
26.7
26.8
27.0
27.2
27.5
27.8

100.0

38.4
38.6
38.9
39.1
38.3
39.6
39.9
40.1
40.3
40.6
40.8
40.9

2.2
3.3
3.9
4.5
4.3
4.3
7.6
6.3
5.2
5.4
5.2
4.9

1958—Jan ...............
F eb...............
M ar.............
A pr..............
M ay .............
June.............
July .............
Aug..............
Sept..............

138.8
136.4
135.4
136.4
135.7
137.4
137.0
137.8
138.9
140.0
142.0
144.7

28.2
27.9
27.9
28.0
28.1
28.3
28.5
28.5
28.5
28.6
28.8
29.2

2.
2.
4.
4.
5.
6.
6.
5.
4.
4.
3.
3.

86.2

86.6
86.8
88.1

86.6

98.0
97.4
96.1
96.4
97.7
96.9
97.4
98.9
99.7
100.9
103.0

rt B o f this table.

20

Nov..............
Dec..............

A pr..............
M ay .............
June.............
July..............
Aug..............
Sept..............
Nov..............
Dec..............

N ov..............

po;

3.
4,
4,
3.

2

2
5,
6.

5

4

4
3

3
3.
4,
4
3

3
4
4
4
6
6
5

2.

2.

1.

M ONETA RY SYSTEM—SUM M ARY MEASURES
1-1

MONEY STOCK AND RELATED DATA, MONTHLY, 1947-70—Continued
B.

N O T SEASONALLY ADJUSTED—Continued
[In billions of dollars]
Related data

Over-all measures

Deposits at commercial banks
M onth
M\

Mi

Mz

Mi

Mi

(6)+ (7) (1) +C12) (2) +(13) (2) +(11) (3)+ ( H )

C ur­
rency

D emand

Total
(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Membe

(7)

(8)

Time and savings
Domes­
tic non­
member
(9)

N on­
bank
thrift
institu­
tions

U.S.
G ovt.
depos­
its

(14)

Total

C D ’s

Other

(10)

(H)

(12)

(13)

1959—Jan ...........
Feb..........
M ar.........
A pr..........
M ay ........
Ju n e ........
Ju ly .........
Aug.........
Sept.........
O ct..........
N ov.........
Dec..........

145.5
142.6
141.9
143.0
142.0
142.7
143.5
143.1
143.6
143.9
145.0
147.1

211.1
208.4
208.1
209.7
209.0
210.1
211,0
210.5
211.1
211.3
211.8
213.7

296.9294.6
295.0
297.2
297.2
299.3
301.0
300.8
302.0
302.6
303.6
306.7

211.1
208.4
208.1
209.7
209.0
210.1
211.0
210.5
211.1
211.3
211.8
213.7

296.9
294,6
295.0
297.2
297.2
299.3
301.0
300.8
302.0
302.6
303.6
306.7

28.6
28.4
28.5
28.5
28.7
28.9
29.1
29.1
29.1
29.0
29.2
29.5

116.9
114.2
113.4
114.5
113.2
113.8
114.3
11*.9
114.5
114.9
115.8
117.6

96.9
94.7
94.1
94.9
93.8
9 4.2
94.5
94.0
94.0
94.1
94.7
96.3

19.3
18.8
18.5
18.8
18.6
18.6
18.9
19.0
19.4
19.6
19.9
20.1

65.6
65.8
66.2
66.7
67.1
67.4
67.6
67.4
67.5
67.4
66.8
66.6

0 .0
0 .0
0.0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0

65.6
65.8
66.2
66.7
67.1
67.4
67.6
67.4
67.5
67.4
66.8
66.6

85.8
86.2
86.9
87.6
88.2
89.2
90.0
90.3
90.9
91.4
91.8
93.0

3.2
4 .3
3.7
4 .6
5.2
4 .0
4 .9
5.1
5.2
4 .9
4 .7
4 .9

I960—Jan ...........
Feb..........
M ar.........
A pr..........
M ay ........
Ju n e ........
J u ly .........
Aug.........
Sept.........
O ct..........
N ov.........
Dec..........

146.6
142.9
141.6
142.9
140.7
141.1
142.0
142.5
143.7
144.5
145.6
148.0

213.4
209.6
208.6
210.3
208.5
209.3
211.1
212.5
214.4
215.9
217.1
220.0

307.4
304.0
303.8
306.1
304.8
306.7
309.3
311.1
313.7
316.1
318.1
322.3

213.4
209.6
208.6
210.3
208.5
209.3
211.1
212.5
214.4
215.9
217.1
220.0

307.4
304.0
303.8
306.1
304.8
306.7
309.3
311.1
313.7
316.1
318.1
322.3

28.9
28.6
28.7
28.8
28.8
28.9
29.1
29.1
29.1
29.1
29.3
29.6

117.7
114.3
113.0
114.1
111.9
112.2
112.9
113.5
114.6
115.4
116.3
118.4

96.4
93.7
92.8
93.8
91.9
92.1
92.7
93.2
94.0
94.4
95.0
96.7

20.1
19.5
19.1
19.2
18.9
18.9
19.1
19.2
19.5
19.8
20.2
20.4

66.8
66.6
67.0
67.5
67.8
68.3
69.1
69.9
70.7
71.4
71.5
72.0

0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0
0 .0

66.8
66.6
67.0
67.5
67.8
68.3
69.1
69.9
70.7
71.4
71.5
72.0

94.0
94.4
95.1
95.8
96.3
97.4
98.2
98.6
99.4
100.2
101.0
102.3

4.1
4.1
4.3
3.6
6.4
6.3
6.7
6.1
5 .4
5 .7
5.8
4 .7

1961— Jan...........
Feb..........
M ar.........
A pr..........
M ay ........
Ju n e ........
Ju ly .........
Aug.......
Sept.......
O ct........
N ov.......
Dec........

147.8
144.9
144.0
145.7
144.1
144.7
145.0
144.9
146.6
148.0
149.8
152.9

220.8
219.2
219.1
221.6
221.0
222.2
223.3
223.6
225.6
227.4
228.9
231.9

324.5
323.6
324.4
327.6
327.6
330.2
332.2
332.9
335.8
338.5
341.0
345.5

220.9
219.5
219.5
222.2
221.8
223.2
224.6
225.1
227.4
229.5
231.4
234.7

324.6
323.9
324.8
328.2
328.5
331.2
333.5
334.4
337.6
340.6
343.4
348.2

28.8
28.6
28.6
28.7
28.7
28.9
29.2
29.2
29.3
29.4
29.7
30.2

118.9
116.3
115.4
117.0
115.4
115.8
115.8
115.7
117.3
118.6
120.1
122.7

97.2
95.1
94.6
96.0
94.7
95.1
95.0
94.8
95.9
96.9
97.9
100.2

20.6
20.0
19.6
19.8
19.5
19.5
19.6
19.7
20.1
20.5
21.0
21.4

73.2
74.6
75.5
76.5
77.7
78.6
79.5
80.2
80.9
81.5
81.5
81.8

0.1
0.3
0.4
0 .6
0.8
1.0
1.3
1.5
1.8
2.1
2.4
2.8

73.1
74.4
75.0
75.8
76.9
77.5
78.3
78.7
79.1
79.4
79.1
79.0

103.6
104.4
105.3
106.0
106.7
108.0
108.9
109.3
110.2
U l.l
112.0
113.6

4.1
4.8
4 .7
2.8
4 .7
4 .5
4.3
5.5
5.2
6.5
5.8
4 .9

1962—Jan.........
Feb........
M ar.......
A pr........
M ay___
June___
J u ly ....
Aug.......
Sept.......
O ct........
N ov.......
Dec........

152.5
149.1
148.2
150.3
147.7
148.0
148.2
147.4
148.5
150.1
151.9
155.1

233.2
231.5
232.6
235.9
233.9
235.1
236.1
235.7
237.5
240.1
242.0
246.1

348.1
347.2
349.4
353.5
352.2
354.8
356.8
356.9
359.9
363.7
366.8
372.6

236.1
234.7
236.0
239.4
237.7
239.2
240.4
240.3
242.3
245.1
247.4
251.8

351.0
350.3
352.7
357.1
356.0
358.9
361.1
361.6
364.7
368.7
372.1
378.3

29.5
29.4
29.5
29.7
29.7
30.0
30.3
30.3
30.3
30.4
30.8
31.2

123.0
119.7
118.7
120.5
117.9
118.0
117.9
117.1
118.2
119.7
121.1
123.9

100.1
97.3
96.4
97.9
95.7
95.9
95.7
95.1
95.8
96.9
97.9
100.4

21.7
21.3
21.1
21.5
21.0
20.8
21.0
20.9
21.3
21.7
22.2
22.4

83.6
85.6
87.7
89.2
90.0
91.1
92.2
92.9
93.8
95.0
95.5
96.7

2.9
3.2
3.3
3.6
3.8
4.0
4.3
4 .7
4.8
5.0
5.4
5.7

80.7
82.5
84.4
85.6
86.2
87.1
87.8
88.3
89.0
90.0
90.1
91.0

114.9
115.6
116.7
117.6
118.3
119.7
120.7
121.3
122.4
123.6
124.8
126.5

3.8
4 .7
5 .0
3.8
7 .0
7 .2
7 .0
6.8
7 .2
7.3
6.1
5.6

1963—Jan.........
Feb........
M ar.......
A p r... . .
M ay___
Ju n e ___
J u ly ....
Aug.......
Sept.......
O ct........
N ov.........
Dec..........

155.4
151.8
151.0
153.2
151.0
151.8
153.1
152.6
154.1
156.0
158.4
160.9

248.2
245.7
246.4
249.5
248.1
249.6
251.4
251.8
254.1
256.9
259.6
262.3

376.5
375.2
377.3
381.5
381.1
384.3
387.2
388.0
391.5
*95.6
399.4
403.9

254.0
251.9
252.9
256.3
255.3
257.1
259.3
260.1
262.4
265.5
268.7
271.9

382.3
381.4
383.7
388.3
388.3
391.7
395.0
396.3
399.8
404.2
408.5
413.5

30.5
30.5
30.7
30.9
31.0
31.4
31.8
31.9
32.0
32.1
32.6
33.1

124.9
121.3
120.2
122.3
120.0
120.4
121.3
120.7
122.2
123.9
125.8
127.8

101.0
98.1
97.3
99.0
97.0
97.4
98.0
97.5
98.6
99.8
101.2
102.9

22.8
22.2
21.9
22.3
22.0
22.0
22.3
22.2
22.6
23.1
23.6
23.9

98.6
100.1
101.9
103.1
104.3
105.2
106.2
107.5
108.3
109.5
110.2
111.0

5.8
6.2
6.5
6.8
7 .2
7.4
7.8
8.3
8 .4
8.6
9.1
9 .6

92.8
93.9
95.4
96.3
97.1
97.8
98.4
99.2
100.0
100.9
101.1
101.3

128.3
129.4
130.9
132.0
133.0
134.6
135.8
136.3
137.4
138.7
139.8
141.6

4 .8
5.7
6.0
4 .2
7.1
7.5
7 .8
6.3
6 .6
5.3
4 .3
5.1

1964— Jan ...........
Feb..........
M ar.........
A pr..........
M ay ........
Ju n e........
Ju ly .........
Aug.........
Sept.........
O ct..........
N ov.........
Dec..........

161.3
157.2
156.4
1S8.6
156.0
157.2
159.0
158.9
161.3
163.3
165.2
168.6

264.2
261.0
261.2
264.0
262.1
264.3
266.8
267.5
271.0
274.1
276.3
280.9

407.4
405.2
406.8
410.7
409.7
413.7
417.5
419.1
423.9
428.5
431.9
438.3

274.4
271.7
272.1
275.3
274.0
276.3
279.0
280.0
283.3
286.7
289.3
293.8

417.6
416.0
417.7
422.0
421.6
425.7
429.8
431.6
436.2
441.0
444.8
451.2

*2.4
32.3
32.6
32.8
*3.1
33.4
33.7
33.9
33.9
34.1
34.6
35.0

128.9
124.9
123.8
125.9
122.9
123.9
125.2
125.1
127.4
129.2
130.6
133.6

103.8
100.5
99.7
101.4
98.9
99.8
100.7
100.4
102.1
103.4
104.3
106.8

24.1
23.3
23.1
23.5
23.0
23.1
23.5
23.6
24.2
24.8
25.2
25.7

113.0
114.5
115.7
116.7
118.0
119.1
120.0
121.1
122.0
123.4
124.1
125.2

10.2
10.8
10.9
11.3
11.9
12.1
12.3
12.5
12.3
12.6
13.0
12.9

102.9
103.8
104.8
105.4
106.1
107.0
107.8
108.6
109.7
110.8
111.2
112.3

143.3
144.2
145.6
146.7
147.6
149.4
150.8
151.5
152.9
154.3
155.5
157.4

4.1
4 .8
6 .0
4 .2
6.8
7 .6
6.9
6.3
6.5
5.5
5.8
5.5

1965—Jan...........
Feb..........
M ar.........

169.0
163.9
163.4

283.8
280.7
281.8

442.8
440.4
442.7

297.3
294.8
296.1

456.3
454.5
457.1

34.4
34.2
34.4

134.7
129.7
129.1

107.5
103.6
103.2

26.0
25.1
24.9

128.3
130.8
132.7

13.5
14.1
14.3

114.8
116.8
118.3

159.0
159.7
161.0

4 .2
5.7
6.6

For notes see next page.




21

1.1

MONEY STOCK AND RELATED DATA, MONTHLY, 1947-70—Continued
B.

N O T SEASONALLY ADJUSTED—Continued
[In billions o f dollars]
Related data

O v erall measures

Deposits a t commercial banks
M onth
Mi

Mt

Ms

Mi

M,

(6) +(7) (1) +(12) (2) +(13) (2)+(11) (3)+(11)

Demand

C ur­
rency
Total

Time and savings

1 DomesMemberJ tic nonI member
(8)
1 (9)

Total

C D ’s

(10)

01)

Other

N on­
bank
thrift
institu­
tions

U.S.
G ovt.
depos­
its
(14)

(!)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(12)

(13)

1965— A pr..........
M ay........
Ju n e........
Ju ly .........
A ug.........
Sept.........
O ct..........
N o v ......
Dec..........

166.1
162.2
164.2
165.4
164.7
167.6
170.2
172.0
176.5

285.4
282.3
285.2
287.8
288.5
292.8
297.3
299.8
305.4

447.2
444.6
449.1
452.7
453.8
459.2
464.9
468.5
476.0

300.1
297.6
300.8
303.7
305.0
309.1
313.7
316.3
321.7

461.9
459.9
464.7
468.6
470.2
475.5
481.4
485.1
492.2

34.5
34.6
34.9
35.4
35.5
35.7
36.0
36.5
37.1

131.7
127.5
129.2
130.0
129.2
132.0
134.2
135.5
139.4

105.2
101.8
103.2
103.7
102.9
105.0
106.6
107.3
110.6

25.3
24.6
24.9
25.2
25.2
25.9
26.5
27.1
27.7

134.0
135.4
136.6
138.3
140.2
141.4
143.5
144.3
145.2

14.7
15.3
15.6
15.8
16.4
16.3
16.5
16.6
16.3

119.2
120.1
121.1
122.4
123.8
125.1
127.0
127.8
129.0

161.8
162.3
163.9
164.9
165.2
166.4
167.7
168.7
170.5

5.5
9 .7
9.1
9 .0
7 .3
5.5
5 .0
4.1
4 .6

Feb..........
M ar.........
A p r.........
M ay ........
Ju n e ........
Ju ly .........
Aug.........
Sept.........
O ct..........
N ov.........
Dec..........

177.7
172.4
172.5
176.4
171.8
173.9
173.3
172.1
174.9
175.7
176.9
181.0

308.8
304.5
306.0
311.2
308.1
310.5
311.2
311.2
314.7
316.5
317.4
322.3

480.6
476.8
479.3
484.7
481.3
484.7
485.5
485.0
489.3
491.6
493.1
499.8

325.1
321.1
322.9
328.8
326.0
328.3
329.5
329.5
332.3
332.8
333.0
337.8

497.0
493.4
496.2
502.2
499.2
502.6
503.8
503.4
506.8
508.0
508.7
515.3

36.5
36.4
36.5
36.8
37.0
37.3
37.8
37.8
37.9
38.1
38.5
39.1

141.2
136.0
135.9
139.6
134.8
136.6
135.5
134.3
137.0
137.6
138.3
141.9

111.9
107.8
107.9
110.9
106.9
108.4
107.0
106.1
108.3
108.7
109.0
112.2

28.2
27.1
26.9
27.5
26.8
27.0
27.3
27.0
27.5
27.7
28.2
28.6

147.4
148.7
150.4
152.4
154.2
154.4
156.2
157.4
157.4
157.1
156.1
156.9

16.3
16.6
16.9
17.5
17.9
17.8
18.3
18.4
17.6
16.3
15.6
15.5

131.1
132.1
133-5
134.9
136.3
136.6
137.9
139.0
139.8
140.8
140.5
141.4

171.8
172.3
173.3
173.4
173.2
174.2
174.3
173.8
174.5
175.2
175.7
177.5

3.8
5.1
4 .5
3 .0
7.1
6.1
8 .0
5.1
4.3
4 .8
3.7
3 .4

1967—Jan ...........
Feb..........
M ar.......
A pr..........
M ay ........
Ju n e ........
J u ly .........
Aug.......
Sept.......
O ct........
N ov.......
D ec..........

180.7
175.7
176.8
178.9
176.4
179.7
181.4
181.2
183.9
186.2
188.1
192.9

324.6
321.3
324.7
328.9
328.5
333.7
337.2
338.7
342.8
346.7
348.9
354.3

503.6
501.3
506.4
512.0
512.9
520.2
525.3
527.5
533.0
538.3
541.4
548.5

341.5
339.8
343.7
347.8
347.3
352.8
356.7
359.1
363.1
366.8
369.5
375.1

520.5
519.7
525.4
530.9
531.7
539.4
544.8
547.9
553.3
558.4
562.0
569.2

38.5
38.?
38.5
38.6
38.8
39.2
39.6
39.6
39.7
40.0
40.5
41.2

142.3
137.4
138.3
140.2
137.5
140.6
141.8
141.6
144.2
146.3
147.7
151.7

112.3
108.6
109.7
111.2
109.0
111.6
112.3
112.1
113.9
115.5
116.4
119.7

28.8
27.8
27.6
28.0
27.5
27.9
28.4
28.4
29.2
29.6
30.1
30.8

160.8
164.1
166.9
168.9
170.9
173.1
175.3
177.9
179.1
180.5
181.4
182.1

16.9
18.4
19.0
18.9
18.8
19.2
19.4
20.4
20.3
20.1
20.7
20.7

143.9 '
145.7
147.9
150.0
152.2
153.9
155.8
157.5
158.9
160.5
160.7
161.4

179.0
179.9
181.6
183.2
184.4
186.6
188.1
188.8
190.2
191.6
192.5
194.2

4 .2
5.1
4 .9
4.8
6 .5
4 .0
5.7
4.3
5 .0
6.3
5.3
5 .0

1968—Jan .........
Feb........
M ar.......
A p r.........
M ay ___
Ju n e........
J u ly ....
Aug.......
Sept.......
O ct..........
N ov.........

193.6
187.4
188.1
191.9
189.3
192.9
194.5
194.0
196.7
199.0
202.5
208.1

356.8
352.5
355.2
360.1
358.4
362.6
365.2
366.7
371.3
375.8
380.3
387.5

552.2
548.4
552.6
558.4
557.3
563.1
566.6
568.2
573.9
579.8
585.3
594.3

377.4
373.3
376.0
380.0
378.0
381.9
385.7
388.8
393.4
398.8
403.9
411.3

572.8
569.2
573.4
578.4
576.9
582.4
587.0
590.3
596.1
602.7
608.9
618.1

40.5
40.3
40.7
41.0
41.3
41.8
42.3
42.5
42.6
42.8
43.6
44.3

153.1
147.1
147.4
150.9
148.0
151.1
152.3
151.5
154.0
156.2
158.9
163.8

120.7
116.0
116.3
119.1
116.7
119.1
119.7
119.0
120.6
122.3 !
124.1
128.1

31.1
29.9
29.8
30.5
30.1
30.6
31.2
31.2
32.1
32.6
33.4
34.3

183.9
185.9
187.9
188.2
188.7
189.0
191.1
194.8
196.7
199.7
201.4
203.2

20.6
20.8
20.8
19.9
19.6
19.3
20.4
22.1
22.2
23.0
23.6
23.8

163.3
165.1
167.1
168.2
169.2
169.6
170.7
172.8
174.6
176.8
177.8
179.4

195.4
195.9
197,4
198.3
198.8
200.5
201.4
201.5
202.7
204.0
205,0
206.8

5 .0
7 .2
6.7
4.3
6.5
5 .6
5.8
5.7
6.0
6.3
4.5
5.0

1969—Jan ...........
Feb..........
M ar.........
A or..........
M ay ........
Ju n e ........
Ju ly .........
Aug.........
Sept.........
O ct..........
N ov.........
Dec..........

209.0
202.2
202.8
206.6
202.4
205.3
206.3
204.4
206.3
208.2
210.3
214.8

390.1
384.5
386.8
391.4
387.5
390.7
390.3
387.4
389.3
391.0
392.3
396.9

598.3
593.3
597.2
602.5
598.9
603.5
603.3
599.9
602.5
604.6
606.1
611.9

411.9
404.9
405.9
409.5
404.8
406.6
404.3
400.4
401.2
402.5
403.7
408.0

620.1
613.7
616.3
620.7
616.2
619.4
617.4
612.8
614.4
616.2
617.5
623.0

43.5
43.4
43.7
43.8
44.2
44.7
45.2
45.4
45.3
45.6
46.4
46.9

165.5
158.9
159.1
162.7
158.2
160.6
161.2
159.0
161.1
162.5
163.9
167.8

129.4
124.0
124.2
126.9
123.1
124.8
125.0
123.1
124.3
125.4
126.3
129.3

34.8
33.5
33.4
34.5
33.7
34.4
34.8
34.6
35.4
35.8 |
36.4
37.2

202.9
202.6
203.2
203.0
202.4
201.3
198.0
196.0
194.9
194.4
193.4
193.2

21.8
20.3
19.2
18.2
17.3
15.9
14.1
13.0
11.9
11.5
11.4
11.1

208.2
181.1
182.3
208.8
184.0
210.4
211.2
184.8
185.2
211.4
185.4
212.8
183.9
213.0
183.0
212.5
182.9 | 213.2
213.7
182.8
182.0
213.8
182,1 I 215.1

4 .9
6.9
4.8
5.3
9 .2
6.0
5.6
4.3
5.3
4 .2
5.2
5 .6

1970—Jan...........
Feb..........
M ar.........
A pr..........
M ay ........
Ju n e ........
Ju ly .........
Aug.........
Sept.........
O ct..........
N ov.........
Dec.

216.3
207.4
209.0
213.6
209.6
212.2
213.4
213.2
216.1
217.6
220.1
225.8

398.4
389.8
393.5
400.3
397.7
401.5
405.4
407.7
412.8
416.6
419.7
428.1

613.6
604.5
609.7
617.8
616.0
621.7
627.2
630.4
637.1
643.0
647.7
659.1

409.0
400.4
404.9
413.0
410.7
414.5
421.4
427.0
434.1
439.7
444.1
453.8

624.2
615.1
621.1
630.5
629.0
634.7
643.3
649.6
658.4
666.0
672.1
684.7

46.1
45.9
46.3
46.6
47.3
47.7
48.3
48.3
48.2
48.5
49.2
50.0

170.2
161.5
162.7
167.0
162.3
164.5
165.2
164.9
167.8
169.1
170.9
175.8

131.2
124.5
125.7
128.9
125.1
127.0
127.1
126.8
129.1
130.0
131.1
135.0

37.7
35.7
35.6
36.7
35.8
36.0
36.5
36.5 ;
37.2
37.6
38.2
39.2

192.7
193.0
195.9
199.3
201.1
202.3
208.0
213.8
218.1
222.0
224.1
228.1

10.6
10.6
11.4
12.7
13.0
13.0
16.1
19.2
21.4
23.1
24.4
25.7

182.1
182.4
184.5
186.7
188.1
189.3
191.9
194.6
196.7
199.0
199.7
202.4

4 .8
7.1
6.9
5.3
6.4
6.5
6.8
7.1
6.9
6 .2
5.7
7.3

(6)

1 A t all commercial banks.
N ote.— Unless otherwise noted, series represent averages o f daily
figures. Composition o f components is as follows:
Currency: Amounts outside the Treasury, the Federal Reserve Banks,
and the vaults o f all commercial banks.
Demand deposits: Amounts o f (1) demand deposits a t all commercial
banks other than those d u e.to domestic commercial banks and the U.S.
Govt., less cash items in the process o f collection and Federal Reserve
float, and (2) foreign demand balances a t Federal Reserve Banks.




22

(7)

215.2
214.8
216.2
217.5
218.3
220.2
221.8
222.7
224.3
226.4
228.0
230.9

CD.s: Negotiable time certificates of deposit (CD's) issued in de­
nom inations o f $100,000 or more by large weekly reporting hunks.
“ Other” time and savings deposits: Figures lo r all commercial banks
for savings deposits, for tune deposits open account, and for time C D ’s
other than negotiable time C D ’s issued in denominations o f S i00,000 o r
m ore by large weekly reporting banks. Excluded arc time deposits of
the U.S. Govt, and domestic commercial interbank time deposits.
Nonbank thrift institutions: Averages o f beginning- and end-of-month
figures for (1) deposits a t mutual savings banks and {2) savings capital
a t savings and loan associations.

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.2

LIQUID ASSET HOLDINGS OF PRIVATE DOMESTIC NONFINANCIAL INVESTORS,
MONTHLY, 1948-70
[Seasonally adjusted monthly averages, in billions o f dollars]
Currency and deposits

Other types

Deposits
M onth

Total

U.S. Government
securities

Ti me
Total

Total

Currency

market
paper

(9)

Short­
term
market­
able
(10)

58.3
58.4
58.5
58.6
58.6
58.7
58.7
58.8
59.0
59.1
59.2
59.5

.2
.2
.2
.2
.2
.2
.2
.2
.2
.2
.3
.3

11.8
11.7
11.6
11.6
11.5
11.4
11.4
11.3
11.3
11.2
11.2
11.5

46.4
46.6
46.7
46.8
46.9
47.0
47.1
47.3
47.5
47.7
47.7
47.8

29.9
30.2
30.4
30.6
30.8
31.0
31.2
31.4
31.6
31.8
31.9
32.1

59.4
59.5
59.6
59.9
60.1
60.3
60.6
60.8
61.0
61.2
61.4
61.8

.3
.3
.3
.3
.3
.3
.3
.4
.4
.4
.4
.5

11.1
11.0
11.0
11.1
11.1
11.3
11.4
11.4
11.5
11.7
11.8
12.1

48.0
48.2
48.3
48.5
4 8.6
48.7
48.9
49.0
49.1
49.2
49.2
49.3

34.5
34.6
34.6
34.7
34.9
34.9
34.7
34.6
34.5
34.4
34.5
34.6

32.4
32.7
32.9
33.2
33.4
33.6
33.8
33.8
33.9
34.1
34.3
34.5

61.6
61.5
61.7
61.9
62.1
62.4
62.6
62.5
62.6
62.7
62.8
63.1

.4
.4
.4
.4
.4
.4
.4
.4
.3
.4
.4
.4

11.7
11.7
11.7
11.8
11.9
12.1
12.3
12.3
12.5
12.7
12.8
13.1

49.4
49.5
49.6
49.7
49.8
49.8
49.9
49.8
49.8
49.7
49.7
49.6

83.6
83.9
84.3
84.4
84.6
85.0
85.2
85.6
86.3
86.9
87.8
88.3

34.6
34.5
34.5
34.6
34.8
34.9
35.2
35.5
35.8
35.9
36.1
36.3

34.7
34.8
35.0
35.2
35.4
35.7
36.1
36.3
36.6
36.9
37.3
37.6

62.7
62.4
62.3
62.4
62.5
62.7
63.0
62.9
63.1
63.4
63.6
64.1

.4
.4
.4
.4
.4
.4
.4
.4
.4
.4
.4
.5

12.8
12.6
12.7
12.9
13.0
J3.3
13.5
13.5
13.7
14.0
14.0
14.5

49.6
49.4
49.3
49.2
49.1
49.1
49.1
49.1
49.0
49.1
49.1
49.1

26.2
26.3
26.4
26.4
26.5
26.7
26.7
26.8
26.9
27.0
27.2
27.3

89.0
89.2
89.3
89.4
89.6
90.0
89.9
90.1
90.5
91.0
91.2
91.7

36.5
36.8
37.0
37.2
37.4
37.6
37.8
38.1
38.4
38.7
39.0
39.1

38.2
38.6
39.0
39.3
39.7
40.1
40.5
41.0
41.5
42.0
42.4
42.8

64.6
65.3
65.8
65.7
65.5
66.0
66.6
67.2
67.3
67.6
67.9
68.3

.6
.5
.5
.6
.6
.7
.7
.7
.7
.7
.7
.7

14.9
15.7
16.2
16.2
16.0
16.4
16.9
17.5
17.5
17.8
18.1
18.4

49.1
49.1
49.0
49.0
49.0
49.0
49.0
49.1
49.1
49.1
49.1
49.2

27.4
27.5
27.6
27.7
27.7
27.7
27.8
27.8
27.8
27.8
27.8
27.7

91.4
91.6
92.1
92.3
9 2 .4
92.4
92.5
92.7
92.5
9 2 .6
92.7
92.9

39.4
39.5
39.8
40.0
40.3
40.4
40.7
4 1 .0
41.2
41.6
41.7
41.9

43.3
43.8
44.2
44.7
45.2
45.7
46.2
46.7
47.2
47.7
48.2
48.6

69.0
69.8
70.8
72.1
72.6
73.3
74.0
74.5
74.1
73.6
73.5
73.5

.7
.7
.8
.8
.7
.7
.7
.8
.9
1.0
1.0
1.1

19.0
19.7
20.7
21.9
22.5
23.3
23.9
24.4
23.9
23.4
23.1
23.1

49.2
49.3
49.4
49.5
49.4
49.3
49.3
49.3
49.3
49.3
49.3
49.3

Dem and

N onbank
financial
institu­
tions
(6)

(7)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

C om ­
mercial
banks
(5)

1948—Jan ...........
Feb..........
M ar..........
A pr..........
M ay.........
Jun e .........
Ju ly ..........
Aug..........
Sept..........
O ct...........
Nov..........
Dcc..........

226.7
226.8
226.5
226.5
226.2
226.4
226.7
227.1
227.4
227.5
227.6
227.8

168.4
168.4
168.0
167.9
167.6
167.7
168.0
168.3
168.4
168.4
168.4
168.3

26.4
26.3
26.2
26.1
26.0
26.0
26.0
26.0
26.0
26.0
26.0
25.8

80.3
80.0
79.6
79.5
79.1
79.0
79.2
79.1
79.0
78.9
78.7
78.6

33.7
33.9
33.9
33.9
33.9
34.0
34.0
34.1
34.1
34.1
34.2
34.2

28.0
28.1
28.3
28.4
28.6
28.7
28.9
29.1
29.3
29.4
29.6
29.7

1949—Jan ...........
Feb..........
M ar..........
A pr..........
M ay.........
Ju n e .........
Ju ly .........
Aug..........
Sept..........
O ct...........
N ov..........
Dec..........

227.5
227.8
228.2
228.7
229.4
229.8
230.2
230.5
230.7
231.1
231.5
232.2

168.1
168.3
168.6
168.9
169.3
169.5
169.6
169.7
169.7
169.9
170.1
170.5

25.7
25.7
25.7
25.7
25.7
25.6
25.5
25.5
25.3
25.3
25.2
25.1

78.2
78.1
78.2
78.2
78.4
78.4
78.4
78.3
78.3
78.3
78.5
78.8

34.3
34.3
34.3
34.4
34.4
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5
34.5

1950—Jan ...........
Feb...........
M ar..........
A pr..........
M ay .........
Ju n e .........
Ju ly .........
Aug..........
Sept.........
O ct...........
N ov..........
D ec..........

232.6
233.5
234.3
235.6
236.5
237.3
238.0
238.2
238.3
239.0
239.5
240.5

171.0
171.9
172.6
173.7
174.4
175.0
175.4
175.6
175.7
176.2
176.7
177.4

25.1
25.1
25.2
25.3
25.2
25.1
25.0
24.9
24.9
24.9
24.9
25.0

79.1
79.5
79.8
80.5
80.9
81.4
81.9
82.3
82.4
82.9
83.0
83.3

1951—Jan ...........
Feb..........
M ar.........
A pr..........
M ay .........
Ju n e .........
J u ly .........
Aug..........
Sept.........
Oct...........
N ov.........
D ec..........

240.7
240.7
241.2
241.8
242.6
243.8
245.1
246.0
247.6
249.1
250.8
252.5

178.0
178.3
178.9
179.4
180.1
181.0
182.1
183.1
184.5
185.7
187.2
188.4

25.0
25.1
25.2
25.2
25.3
25.4
25.6
25.7
25.8
26.0
26.0
26.1

1952—Jan ...........
Feb..........
M ar.........
A pr..........
M ay .........
Ju n e .........
Ju ly .........
Aug..........
Sept.........
O c t.. . . . .
N ov.........
D e c .........

254.5
256.2
257.5
258.1
258.8
260.4
261.5
263.3
264.7
266.3
267.8
269.2

189.9
190.9
191.7
192.4
193.2
194.4
194.9
196.0
197.4
198.7
199.8
200.9

1953—Jan ...........
Feb..........
M ar.........
A pr..........
M ay .........
Ju n e .........
Ju ly .........
Aug..........
Sept..........
Oct...........
Nov..........
Dec..........

270.5
272.2
274.6
276.9
278.2
279.5
281.2
282.7
282.8
283.4
283.8
284.5

201.5
202.4
203.7
204.8
205.6
206.3
207.2
208.2
208.7
209.7
210.3
211.0

F o r note see end o f table.




Negoti­
able
C D ’s*

23

(8)

Savings
bonds
(11)

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.2

LIQUID ASSET HOLDINGS OF PRIVATE DOMESTIC NONFINANCIAL INVESTORS,
MONTHLY, 1948-70 — Continued
[Seasonally adjusted monthly averages, in billions of dollars]
Currency and deposits

Other types

Deposits
M onth

Total

U.S. Government
securities

Time
Total

Currency

Total

Open
narket
paper

(9)

Sh o rt­
term
market­
able
(10)

73.5
73.3
72.9
72.8
72.2
71.6
71.0
71 :2
71.4
71.4
71.3
71.3

1.1
1.1
1.1
1.2
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2

23,0
22.8
22.4
22.2
21.6
21.0
20.3
20.4
20.5
20.4
20.2
20.2

49.4
49.3
49.3
49.4
49.4
49.5
49.6
49.6
49.7
49.8
49.9
49.9

55.8
56.4
57.0
57.5
58.1
58.7
59.3
59.9
60.5
61.1
61.7
62.3

71.4
70.8
70.5
71.6
72.8
74.0
74.8
76.1
77.2
78.5
79.5
79.6

1.2
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3

20.2
19.7
19.4
20.3
21.5
22.5
23.3
24.6
25.7
27.0
27.9
28.1

50.0
50.0
50.1
50.1
50.2
50.2
50.2
50.3
50.2
50.2
50.2
50.2

46.9
47.0
47.3
47.5
47.5
47.7
48.0
48.3
48.5
48.6
48.8
48.9

62.9
63.5
64.1
64.7
65.3
65.9
66.0
67.2
67.7
68.3
68.9
69.5

79.9
80.7
80.1
79.4
79.3
79.0
78.1
78.5
78.8
79.1
79.4
79.6

1.3
1.3
1.3
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5

28.4
29.0
28.4
27.6
27.6 •
27.2
26.4
26.8
27.0
27.3
27.8
28.0

50.3
50.3
50.3
50.4
50.4
50.4
50.3
50.3
50.3
50.3
50.2
50.1

99.3
99.4
99.5
99.4
99.4
99.0
99.2
99.2
98.7
98.4
98.4
97.9

49.7
50.3
50.9
51.2
51.8
52.1
52.6
53.0
53.4
53.9
54.2
54.6

70.1
70.7
71.2
71.7
72.3
73.0
73.5
74.0
74.6
75.1
75.7
76.4

80.2
80.7
81.2
81.6
81.9
82.4
82.6
82.9
82.7
82.2
81.9
82.1

1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.5
L.6

28.7
29.5
30.1
30.7
31.2
31.9
32.3
32.7
32.6
32.2
32.0
32.3

50.0
49.8
49.6
49.4
49.3
49.2
49.0
48.8
48.7
48.5
48.4
48.3

28.3
28.2
28.2
28.2
28.3
28.3
28.4
28.4
28.5
28.5
28.5
28.6

97.6
98.4
98.5
98.8
99.1
99.9
99.7
100.1
100.7
101.2
102.0
102.1

54.7
55.8
56.9
57.9
58.7
59.6
60.4
61.1
61.2
61.3
61.6
61.8

77.1
77.5
78.2
79.0
79.7
80.4
81.1
81.8
82.6
83.4
84.1
84.8

82.3
81.0
79.8
78.8
77.6
76.4
75.1
75.3
75.3
75.8
76.8
77.3

1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.4
1.4
1.4
t .4
1.3

32.5
31.2
30.1
29.1
28.0
26.9
25.7
25.9
26.0
26.6
27.6
28.2

48.2
48.2
48.1
48.1
48.1
48.0
48.0
47.9
47.9
47.9
47.8
47.8

28.7
28.7
28.8
28.8
29.0
29.0
29.0
29.1
29.0
29.0
28.9
28.9

103.1
103.3
103.8
104.3
104.6
104.7
105.7
105.3
104.9
104.7
104.5
104.1

62.7
62.5
62.6
63.0
63.2
63.6
63.8
63.8
64.1
64.2
64.6
64.7

85.5
86.0
86.7
87.5
88.2
88.9
89.7
90.5
91.2
91.7
92.2
92.9

78.0
78.4
79.2
80.6
81.5
82.5
83.8
84.7
84.7
85.2
85.1
84.8

1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
.9
1.0

29.0
29.5
30.5
32.0
33.1
34.2
35.7
36.8
37.1
37.8
37.8
37.7

47.7
47.6
47.5
47.4
47.2
47.1
46.9
46.8
46.6
46.4
46.3
46.1

Demand

(4)

Com­
mercial
banks
(5)

Nonbank
financial
institu­
tions
(6)

(7)

(1)

(2)

(3)

1954—Jan ...........
Feb..........
M ar.........
A pr..........
M ay ........
Ju n e ........
Ju ly .........
Aug..........
S e p t... . . .
O ct...........
N ov.........
Dec..........

285.3
286.1
286.4
286.7
288.0
288.3
289.0
290.5
291.6
293.2
294.5
295.3

211.8
212.7
213.6
213.9
215.8
216.6
218.0
219.3
220.2
221.8
223.2
224.0

27.7
27.7
27.6
27.6
27.6
27.5
27.5
27.5
27.4
27.4
27.4
27.4

92.9
93.0
93.1
92.5
93.6
93.7
94.2
94.5
94.9
95.5
96.1
96.3

42.1
42.4
42.7
43.1
43.4
43.6
44.0
44.5
44.5
44.8
45.1
45.1

49.1
49.6
50.2
50.7
51.2
51.8
52.3
52.9
53.5
54.1
54.6
55.2

1955—Jan ...........
Feb..........
M ar.........
A pr..........
M ay ........
Ju n e ........
July. . . . .
Aug..........
Sept.........
O ct...........
N ov.........
Dec..........

296.9
298.2
298.1
300.2
302.8
304.6
306.5
308.3
310.5
312.5
313.9
315.0

225.5
227.3
227.6
228.6
230.0
230.6
231.7
232.1
233.2
234.0
234.4
235.4

27.4
27.5
27.5
27.5
27.6
27.6
27.7
27.7
27.7
27.8
27.8
27.8

97.0
98.0
97.5
97.8
98.4
98.2
98.6
98.5
98.7
98.6
98.2
98.5

45.3
45.4
45.6
45.8
45.9
46.1
46.1
46.1
46.4
46.5
46.7
46.8

1956—Jan...........
Feb..........
M ar.........
A pr..........
M ay ........
Ju n e ........
Ju ly .........
Aug..........
Sept.........
O ct...........
N ov.........
D ec..........

316.4
317.9
318.2
318.5
319.0
319.7
319.7
320.7
322.3
323.3
324.7
325.8

236.5
237.2
238.1
239.2
239.7
240.8
241.6
242.1
243.4
244.2
245.2
246.2

27.9
27.9
27.9
27.9
27.9
27.9
28.0
28.0
28.0
28.0
28.1
28.2

98.8
98.7
98.8
99.1
99.0
99.2
99.0
98.7
99.2
99.4
99.4
99.5

1957—Jan ...........
Feb..........
M ar.........
A pr..........
M ay ........
Ju n e ........
Ju ly .........
Aug..........
Sept.........
O ct...........
N ov.........
D ec..........

327.6
329.2
331.0
332.2
333.6
334.7
336.1
337.4
337.7
337.9
338.6
339.3

247.4
248.5
249.8
250.6
251.7
252.3
253.5
254.5
255.0
255.7
256.7
257.2

28.2
28.2
28.2
28.2
28.2
28.3
28.3
28.3
28.3
28.3
28.3
28.3

1958—J a n ...........
F eb..........
M ar.........
A pr..........
M ay ........
Ju n e.........
Ju ly .........
Aug.........
Sept.........
Oct...........
N ov.........
D ec..........

339.9
341.0
341.7
342.7
343.4
344.6
344.7
346.8
348.3
350.2
353.0
354.6

257.6
260.0
261.8
263.9
265.9
268.2
269.6
271.5
272.9
274.4
276.3
277.3

1959—Jan ...........
Feb..........
M ar.........
A pr..........
M ay ........
Ju n e.........
Ju ly .........
A ug..........
Sept.........
O ct...........
N ov.........
D cc..........

357.9
359.0
361.1
364.0
366.5
368.9
371.9
373.3
373.9
374.7
375.4
375.5

279.9
280.6
281.9
283.4
285.0
286.4
288.2
288.6
289.2
289.6
290.3
290.6

For note sec erid o f tabic.




Negoti­
able
C D ’s 1

24

(8)

Savings
bonds
(11)

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.2

LIQUID ASSET HOLDINGS OF PRIVATE DOMESTIC NONFINANCIAL INVESTORS,
MONTHLY, 1948-70 — Continued
[Seasonally adjusted monthly averages, in billions o f dollars]
O ther types

Currency and deposits
Deposits
M onth

Total

U.S. G overnm ent
securities

Time
Total

Currency

Total
Demand

Com ­
mercial
banks
(5)

N onbank
financial
institu­
tions
(6)

N egoti­
able
C D ’s 1

Open
m arket
paper

(8)

(9)

S hort­
term
m arket­
able
(10)

1.2
1.5
1.8
2.0
2.1
2 .2
2.3
2.5
2.7
2.7
2.8
2.8

38.9
39.7
39 ; i
39.4
39.0
38.2
37.1
36.4
35.9
35.6
34.8
34.0

45.9
45.8
45.7
45.7
45.6
45.6
45.6
45.6
45.6
45.6
45.7
45.7

Savings
bonds

CD

(2)

(3)

(4)

1960— Jan..
Feb.
M ar.
Apr.
M ay
June
July.
Aug.
Sept.
O ct..
Nov.
Dec.

377.4
378.5
379.4
380.5
380.5
380.7
382.0
383.6
385.1
386.5
387.6
388.2

291.4
291.6
292.2
293.4
293.7
294.7
296.9
299.1
301.0
302.5
304.4
305.7

28.9
28.9
29.0
2,9.0
29.0
29.0
29.0
2.9.0
29.0
29.0
29.0
29.0

104.2
■104.1
104.0
104.1
103.6
103.5
104.1
104.5
104.8
104.6
104.6
104.6

64.7
64.3
64.3
64.6
64.7
65.1
65.9
66.8
67.6
68.4
69.4
69.9

93.6
94.2
94.9
95.6
96.4
97.1
97.9
98.8
99.7
100.6
101.4
102.3

85.9
87.0
87.3
87.1
86.8
86.0
85.1
84.5
84.1
83.9
83.2
82.5

1961—Jan..
Feb.,
M ar.
Apr.
M ay
June
July.
Aug.
Sept.
O ct..
Nov.
Dec.

389.3
391.4
392.6
394.7
397.4
399.5
401.6
403.1
404.3
407.3
410.3
412.5

307.5
309.9
310.9
312.8
315.0
316.6
318.2
319.6
321.2
323.1
325.2
326.3

28.9
28.9
28.9
28.9
28.9
28.9
29.0
29.1
29.2
29.4
29.4
29.6

104.8
105.2
105.0
105.1
105.6
105.7
105.5
105.4
105.6
106.0
106.4
106.3

70.6
71.6
72.0
73.0
73.7
74.3
75.0
75.5
75.9
76.3
76.9
77.0

103.2
104.1
105.0
105.8
106.8
107.7
108.7
109.6
110.5
111.4
112.4
113.4

81.7
81.5
81.7
81.9
82.4
82.9
83.4
83.5
83.1
84.2
85.2
86.2

.1
.2
.4
.6
.8
1.0
1.3
1.5
1.8
2.0
2.3
2.7

2.7
2.6
2.4
2 .4
2 .4
2.5
2.5
2.4
2.3
2.4
2 .7
3.1

33.2
33.0
33.0
32.9
33.2
33.3
33.6
33.5
32.8
33.4
33.6
34.0

45.7
45.8
45.9
45.9
46.0
46.0
46.1
46.2
46.2
46.3
46.4
46.5

1962—Jan..
Feb..
M ar.
Apr.
May
June
July.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct..
Nov.
Dec.

415.6
417.9
420.9
423.7
425.4
428.3
431.8
435.1
436.4
438.6
441.7
444.5

328.6
330.8
333.5
336.1
337.6
339.5
341.4
343.0
344.7
347.4
349.9
352.3

29.6
29.7
29.8
30.0
30.0
30.1
30.2
30.2
30.3
30.3
30.4
30.6

106.1
105.8
106.1
106.1
106.2
106.3
106.3
106.2
105.8
106.1
106.3
106.5

78.4
79.9
81.2
82.5
83.0
83.7
84.4
85.0
85.9
87.0
88.0
88.8

114.4
115.4
116.4
117.4
118.4
119.4
120.5
121.6
122.8
124.0
125.2
126.4

87.0
87.1
87.4
87.6
87.8
88.8
90.3
92.1
91.6
91.2
91.8
92.2

2.9
3.0
3.2
3.4
3.6
3.8
4 .0
4.3
4.5
4.8
5.1
5.3

3.2
3.2
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.6
3.8
4 .0
4 .0
4 .0
4 .0

34.5
34.4
34.5
34.5
34.4
34.9
36.0
37.3
36.3
35.5
35.9
36.1

46.5
46.5
46.6
46.6
46.6
46.6
46.7
46.8
46.8
46.8
46.8
46.9

1963—Jan..
Feb.
M ar.
Apr.
M ay
June
July.
Aug.
Sept.
O c t..
Nov.
Dec.

448.2
451.0
453.9
457.4
461.2
464.4
467.6
471.6
473.8
476.6
480.4
482.5

355.4
357.8
360.5
363.4
366.0
368.3
370.6
372.8
375.0
377.8
381.1
382.3

30.6
30.8
31.0
31.2
31.3
31.5
31.6
31.8
31.9
32.0
32.3
32.5

107.0
107.1
107.5
108.0
108.5
108.7
109.1
109.0
109.1
109.6
110.3
109.8

90.0
90.7
91.5
92.4
93.1
93.8
94.4
95.3
96.1
97.1
98.3
98.6

127.7
129.2
130.5
131.8
133.1
134.3
135.5
136.7
137.8
139.1
140.3
141.4

92.8
93.2
93.4
94.0
95.2
96.1
97.0
98.8
98.8
98.8
99.3
100.2

5.5
5.7
6 .0
6.3
6 .6
6.9
7.2
7.6
7.9
8.3
8.6
9 .0

3.9
4 .0
4.1
4.3
4.5
4 .7
4.8
4.9
4.8
4.8
4.7
4.8

36.4
36.4
36.1
36.2
36.7
37.0
37.4
38.7
38.3
38.0
38.1
38.5

46.9
47.0
47.1
47.2
47.3
47.4
47.5
47.6
47.7
47.8
47.9
48.0

1964—Jan ..
Feb.
M ar.
Apr.
M ay
June
July.
Aug.
Sept.
O ct..
Nov.
Dcc.

485.7
488.6
491.5
494.0
497.7
500.8
503.6
506.4
510.3
514.3
517.3
518.4

384.8
387.0
388.9
390.9
393.9
396.8
400.0
403.0
406.4
409.3
412.4
415.1

32.5
32.7
32.9
33.0
33.3
33.5
33.6
33.8
33.9
34.0
34.2
34.3

110.3
110.3
110.4
110.4
111.0
111.2
112.1
112.6
113.4
113.9
114.6
114.6

99.3
100.0
100.4
101.1
101.9
103.0
103.7
104.6
105.7
106.6
107.6
108.9

142.7
144.0
145.1
146.4
147.8
149.1
150.6
152.0
153.4
154.8
156.1
157.3

100.9
101.6
102.6
103.1
103.8
104.0
103.6
103.4
103.8
105.0
104.9
103.4

9.8
10.1
10.3
10.4
10.8
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.2
11.6
11.9
11.6

4.8
5.1
5.5
5.7
5.9
6.1
6.3
6 .7
7.0
7.2
7.1
7.1

38.3
38.2
38.6
38.7
38.7
38.5
37.8
37.1
36.9
37.5
37.0
35.7

48.1
48.2
48.2
48.3
48.4
48.5
48.5
48.6
48.7
48.8
48.8
48.9

1965—Jan ..
Feb..
M ar.
Apr.
May
June
July.
Aug.
Sept.
O c t..
Nov.
Dec.

521.4
524.9
528.5
531.5
532.4
539.2
542.3
546.4
551.1
555.3
559.2
563.2

418.1
421.2
423.5
426.0
425.5
431.3
434.3
437.0
440.6
444.6
448.0
451.5

34.4
34.6
34.7
34.8
34.9
35.0
35.2
35.4
35.7
36.0
36.1
36.3

114.8
115.0
115.4
115.7
113.2
116.6
116.9
116.9
117.7
118.6
118.9
119.6

110.4
112.1
113.0
114.0
114.9
116.1
117.5
118.9
120.4
122.0
123.7
125.2

158.4
159.5
160.5
161.5
162.5
163.6
164.7
165.8
166.9
168.1
169.3
170.4

103.3
103.7
105.0
105.5
106.9
108.0
108.0
109.4
110.5
110.6
111.1
111.7

12.7
13.0
13.3
13.5
13.9
14.3
14.4
14.7
15.1
15.6
15.5
15.0

6 .9
6 .8
6 .7
6.7
6.8
7 .0
7.1
7 .2
7.4
7.6
8.0
8.5

34.7
34.9
35.9
36.1
36.9
37.4
37.2
38.2
38.6
38.0
38.1
38.7

49.0
49.1
49.1
49.2
49.2
49.2
49.3
49.4
49.4
49.5
49.5
49.5

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MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.2

LIQUID ASSET HOLDINGS OF PRIVATE DOMESTIC NONFINANCIAL INVESTORS,
MONTHLY, 1948-70 — Continued
[Seasonally adjusted monthly averages, in billions o f dollars]
Other types

Currency and deposits
Deposits
M onth

Total

|
Total

Time

Currency
Demand i Com| mercial
banks
(4)
1
(5)

N onbank
financial
| institui tions
1
(6)

|

Total

l Open
I m arket
j paper

Negoti­
able
C D ’s 1

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112.9
113.2
113.6
115.2
115.9
116.5
118.1
117.7
117.9
119.2
119.9
119.5

15.3
15.4
15.8
16.3
£6.5
26.6
16.9
16.7
16.5
15.4
14.5
14.5

1

8.6
8 .6
8 .6
8.6
8 .6
8 .6
8.8
9 .0
9.3
9 .8
10.3
10.8

178.5
179.8
181.1
182.8
184.6
186.2
187.9
189.4
190.8
192.0
193.2
194.2

119.9
120.3
120.2
119.1
117.7
117.2
116.6
117.2
118.5
119.3
120.6
122.7

16.1
17.3
17.9
17.9
17.8
18.4
18.4
18.8
19.1
18.8
19.0
19.2

11.2
11.5
11.7
11.7
11.6
11.4
11.2
11.0
11.0
11.4
12.1
12.8

157.4
158.9
160.2
161.1
162.1
163.3
164.4
166.6
168.5
170.4
172.6
174.2

195.1
196.0
197.0
198.0
199.0
200.0
201.0
202.1
203.2
204.4
205.6
206.7

124.1
125.3
126.9
128.2
129.9
132.3
135.1
136.5
136.7
137.5
138.2
140.0

19,3
19.5
19.4
19.0
18.9
18.8
19.8
20.6
21.0
21.6
21.9
22.5

13.2
13.3
13.5
13.9
14.7
15.5
16.4
17.3
18.1
18.6
18.8
18.8

141.3
142.2
142.7
143.5
143.8
144.1
144.4
143.8
144.1
144.3
144.7
144.7

175.4
176.1
176.7
177.4
177.9
178.8
177.7
177.0
177.2
176.9
177.3
177.3

207.8
208.9
210.0
210.8
211.5
212.2
212.6
213.1
213.7
214.1
214.4
215.0

141.2
143.1
144.6
147.0
147.2
146.3
146.5
149.2
152.0
152.9
153.6
154.4

20.8
19.5
18.4
17.8
17.1
15.7
13.8
12.0
10.9
10.0
9.4
9.1

19.3
19.7
20.3
20.9
21.5
22.5
24.0
26.2
28.2
29.2
2 9 .2

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28.9

.

146.1
145.1
146.3
147.7
148.3
148.6
149.1
150.7
152.4
152.5
153.0
153.2

176.4
176.5
177.9
179.5
180.8
183.0
186.1
189.0
191.6
194.2
196.3
199.2

215.0
215.0
215.5
216.4
217.6
219.0
220.6
222.8
225.1
227.6
230.2
232.8

156.2
158.7
159.3
160.0
159.5
158.7
159.5
157.1
154.4
154.2
153.6
152.5

8.4
8.0
8.2
9.8
10.3
10.5
13.6
15.9
18.3
20.0
21.4
23.1

29.8
31.3
32.7
33.6
34.0
33.5
31.9
29.0
26.0
24.5
24.3
24.5

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1966—J a n . . .
Feb..
M ar..
A pr..
M ay.
June.
J u ly ..
Aug..
Sept..
O c t..,
N ov..
Dec..

567.7
570.4
572.7
577.6
579.7
581.5
584.2
585.3
588.1
590.1
592.0
593.8

454.8
457.2
459.2
462.4
463.9
465.0
466.1
467.6
470.1
471.0
472.1
474.3

36.6
36.8
36.9
37.1
37.3
37.4
37.6
37.8
37.9
38.0
38.1
38.3

120.6
121.1
121.6
122.8
122.5
122.5
121.8
121.7
122.6
121.9
121.7
121.7

1967- -Jan ...
Feb..
M ar..
A p r..
M ay.
June.
July. .
Aug..
Sept..
O c t...
Nov..
Dec..

597.0
601.9
605.6
607.4
611.4
615.8
619.9
624.8
630.0
634.5
638.8
643.6

477.1
481.6
485.4
488.3
493.7
498.6
503.4
507.6
511.5
515.2
518.2
520.9

38.5
38.7
38.9
39.0
39.1
39.2
39.4
39.5
39.8
39.9
40.0
40.4

121.3
122.8
123.8
122.9
124.3
125.6
126.9
127.8
128.6
129.3
129.7
130.0

138.7
140.2
141.6
143.6
145.7
147.6
149.3
150.9
152.4
154.0
155.3
156.3

1968- "Jan..
Feb..
M ar..
A p r..
M ay.
June.
July.
Aug..
Sept..
O c t..
Nov..
Dec..

647.9
652.6
657.1
661.2
666.5
672.4
678.2
683.6
688.0
693.0
698.7
704.6

523.8
527.3
530.2
533.0
536.6
540.2
543.1
547.2
551.3
555.5
560.4
564.5

40.6
40.7
41.1
41.4
41.5
41.8
42.0
42.3
42.6
42.8
43.2
43.4

130.7
131.6
131.9
132.5
133.9
135.0
135.6
136.2
137.0
137.9
139.1
140.1

1969- -Jan ..
F e b ..
M ar..
A pr..
M ay.
June.
July.
Aug..
Sept..
O ct..
Nov..
Dec..

709.4
714.2
718.2
723.0
724 - 8
726.1
726.1
728.2
732.3
733.8
735.9
737.5

568.2
571.1
573.6
575.9
577.6
579.8
579.7
579.1
580.3
580.9
582.3
583.1

43.6
43.9
44.1
44.2
44.4
44.7
44.9
45.2
45.3
45.6
45.9
46.1

1970- J a n ..
F e b ..
M ar..
A p r..
M ay.
June.
July. ,
Aug..
Sept..
O c t..
N ov..
D ec..

740.0
741.9
745.7
750.5
753.8
757.0
763.2
767.6
771.9
776.9
781.8
786.9

583.8
583.2
586.3
590.5
594.2
598.3
603.7
610.5
617.5
622.7
628.3
634.4

46.3
46.5
46.7
47.0
47.5
47.6
47.9
48.1
48.3
48.5
48.8
49.1

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126.3
127.2
127.8
129.3
130.7
131.2
132.6
133.8
134.6
135.4
136.0
137.0

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171.3
172.2
172.9
173.1
173.4
173.9
174.1
174.4
175.0
175.6
176.3
177.3

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39.4
39.5
39.5
40.6
41.0
41.5
42.5
42.1
42.2
44.0
45.0
44.1

49.6
49.6
49.6
49.7
49.8
49.8
49.9
49.9
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.1

42.4
41.3
40.3
39.0
37.8
36.9
36.3
36.6
37.6
38.2
38,6
39.7

50.2
50.2
50.3
50.4
50.5
50.6
50.7
50.7
50.8
50.9
50.9
51.0

40.5
41.5
42.8
44.1
45.2
46.7
47.6
47.2
46.3
45.9
46.1
47.2
49.6
52.4
54.5
56.8
57.2
56.8
57.4
59.8
61.8
62.6
63.8
65.3
66.9
68.4
67.5
65.7
64.4
63.9
63.2
61.4
59.2
58.6
56.6
53.6

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51.1
51.1
51.1
51.2
51.3
51.3
51.4
51.4
51.4
51.4
51.5
51.5
51.4
51.4
51.4
51.3
5t .2
51.2
51.2
51.1
5 1 .t
51.1
51.1
51.0
51.0
50.9
50.9
50.8
50.8
50.9
51.0
51.1
51.2
51.3

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.3

PRINCIPAL ASSETS, LIABILITIES, A N D NUM BER OF COMMERCIAL BANKS,
VAR YIN G DATES, 1941-70
[Single-date figures; amounts in millions o f dollars]

Loans and investments

D ate
Total

Loans

U.S.
Govt.
obliga­
tions

Other
secu­
rities

Cash
assets

T otal
assets—
Total
lia­
bilities
and
capital
ac­
counts 1

Deposits
Interbank

Total

De­
mand

Other
Bor­
row ­
ings

Dennand
Time

Time
U.S.
G ovt.

Total
capital
ac­
counts

N um ­
ber
of
banks

Other

1941—-June 30..
Dec. 31..

47,627
50,746

20,355
21,714

20,114
21,808

7,159
7,225

25,792
26,551

75,295
79,104

67,500
71,283

10,936
10,982

40,565
44,349

15,999
15,952

15
23

7,106
7,173

14,305
14,278

1942—June 30..
D ec. 31..

53,652
67,393

20,265
19,221

26,411
41,379

6,976
6,793

24,822
28,039

80,207
97,091

72,312
89,135

10,273
11,308

46,373
61,431

15,665
16,395

16
13

7,237
7,330

14,228
14,136

1943—June 3 0 ..
Dec. 31..

76,633
85,095

17,665
19,117

52,454
59,842

6,514
6,136

25,943
27,677

104,210 96,080
114,350 105,923

10,383
11,003

67,566
75,569

17,632
19,350

28

49

7,501
7,719

14,073
14,034

1944— June 30..
Dec. 30..

95,731
105,530

21,010
21,644

68,431
77,557

6,290
6,329

27,629
30,206

124,904 116,133
137,237 128,072

11,219
12,235

83,588
91,653

21,326
24,184

86
123

7,982
8,265

14,009
13,992

1945—June 30..
Dec. 31..

114,505
124,019

23,672
26,083

84,069 - 6,764
7,331
90,606

30,127 146,094 136,607
34,806 160,312 150,227

12,605
14,065

96,725
105,921

27,276
30,241

69
219

8,618
8,950

14,000
14,011

1946—June 2 9 ..
Dec. 31..

119,448
113,993

27,130
31,122

84,473
74,780

7,845
8,091

32,378
34,223

12,311
12,656

98,043
92,446

32,536
33,930

87
45

9,352
9,577

14,026
14,044

1947—June 30..
Dec. 31..

112,756
116,284

33,679
38,057

70,539
69,221

8,538
9,006

32,704 146,975
37,502 155,377

89,281
1,343 94,367

34,947
35,360

63
65

9,880
10,059

14,183
14,181

1948—Jan. 28 ..
Feb. 25 ..
Mar. 31..
Apr. 28 ..
May 2 6 ..
June 30..
July 28 ..
Aug. 25 ..
Sept. 29 ..
Oct. 27 ..
Nov. 24 ..
Dec. 31..

116,600
115,540
113,600
114,340
114,570
113,855
114,760
115,100
113,600
114,120
114,220
114,298

38,240
38,660
38,860
38,850
39,520
39,865
40,140
40,630
41,720
41,640
42,320
42,488

69,350
67,930
65,470
66,270
65,870
64,798
65,310
65,100
62,460
63,260
62,780
62,622

9,010
8,950
9,270
9,220
9,180
9,192
9,310
9,370
9,420
9,220
9,120
9,189

33,640 151,910 140,350
33,660 150,910 139,180
32,590 147,870 135,960
32,630 148,700 136,910
32,180 148,580 136,550
34,168 149,799 138,142
33,240 149,840 137,880
33,110 150,090 138,110
36,000 151,360 139,240
36,820 152,710 140,720
36,680 152,710 140,340
38,596 154,702 142,843

11,750
11,220
10,670
10,640
10,380
11,178
11,030
10,960
11,020
11,390
11,280
11,997

250
250
250
260
260
258
260
260
260
260
260
272

1,220
1,660
2,290
2,360
2,250
2,072
2,290
2,280
2,660
2,210
2,130
2,338

91,790
90,460
87,150
88,040
88,080
88,734
88,500
88,840
89,470
91,030
91,050
92,316

35,340
35,590
35,600
35,610
35,580
35,899
35,800
35,770
35,830
35,830
35,620
35,920

280
340
460
240
310
66
290
270
350
190
480
56

10,110
10,150
10,170
10,200
10,290
10,287
10,340
10,390
10,420
10,460
10,480
10,480

14,185
14,193
14,197
14,198
14,194
14,187
14,185
14,187
14,188
14,180
14,177
14,171

1949—Jan. 26..
Feb. 23..
Mar. 30..
Apr. 27..
May 25 ..
June 30..
July 27..
Aug. 31..
Sept.28 ..
Oct. 2 6 ..
Nov. 30..
Dec. 31..

114,470
113,410
112,500
112,510
113,440
113,773
114,770
117,930
118,530
119,480
119,700
120,197

42,450
42,030
42,370
41,320
40,930
41,025
40,510
41,190
41,680
41,780
42,660
42,965

62,970
62,240
60,880
61,950
63,170
63,220
64,440
66,710
66,700
67,560
66,910
67,005

9,050
9,140
9,250
9,240
9,340
9,528
9,820
10,030
10,150
10,140
10,130
10,227

36,130
36,030
34,240
34,030
32,820
34,166
32,600
31,920
31,630
32,450
32,680
35,650

152,360
151,280
148,470
148,300
148,060
149,699
149,120
151,700
151,880
153,680
154,280
157,677

140,040
139,010
136,070
135,910
135,650
137,520
136,480
138,830
139,170
141,150
141,330
145,174

11,400
10,670
10,230
10,040
10,100
10,608
10,610
10,930
10,950
11,400
11,260
12,388

260
260
260
270
330
330
350
330
340
340
340
321

1,910
2,920
3,280
1,990
1,790
2,145
1,330
2,940
3,580
3,450
3,060
3,074

90,570
89,170
86,170
87,410
87,200
87,983
87,870
88,330
88,030
89,710
90,750
93,062

35,900
35,990
36,130
36,200
36,230
36,455
36,320
36,300
36,270
36,250
35,920
36,328

440
340
420
380
340
30
540
670
380
170
450
20

10,550
10,560
10,620
10,650
10,660
10,780
10,760
10,830
10,880
10,930
11,050
10,967

14,168
14,159
14,162
14,162
14,161
14,150
14,154
14,157
14,160
14,159
14,154
14,156

1950—Jan. 25 ..
Feb. 2 1 ..
M ar. 29 ..
Apr. 26 ..
M ay 31..
June 30..
July 26 ..
Aug. 30..
Sept. 27..
Oct. 2 5 ..
Nov. 29..
Dec. 30..

121,230
120,600
120,300
120,330
121,160
121,767
122,320
123,300
123,560
124,450
125,380
126,675

42,940
43,130
43,650
43,800
44,080
44,796
45,980
47,270
48,930
49,850
51,510
52,249

67,980
67,070
65,810
65,540
66,100
65,751
64,950
64,230
62,540
62,520
61,740
62,027

10,310
10,400
10,840
10,990
10,980
11,221
11,390
11,800
12,090
12,080
12,130
12,399

32,750
32,870
31,410
31,880
32,540
33,268
33,460
33,330
34,270
34,700
35,160
40,289

155,780
155,230
153,400
153,900
155,560
156,908
157,690
158,680
159,680
161,060
162,500
168,932

143,080
142,440
140,270
140,820
142,070
143,827
143,940
144,950
145,840
147,280
148,190
155,265

11,730
11,370
10,930
10,930
10,780
11,039
10,900
10,940
11,110
11,910
11,850
13,577

320
320
300
310
350
396
410
430
430
430
460
462

3,160 91,580
4,010 90,290
4,140 88,260
3,050 89,760
3,010 91,140
3,622 91,863
3,410 92,630
3,650 93,530
3,440 94,500
2,920 95,670
2,800 97,010
2,806 101,917

36,290
36,450
36,640
36,770
36,790
36,907
36,590
36,400
36,360
36,350
36,070
36,503

310
280
510
410
530
46
610
390
420
260
660
90

10,980
11,020
11,080
11,090
11,250
11,387
11,420
11,470
11,500
11,580
11,620
11,590

14,158
14,152
14,151
14,153
14,143
14,144
14,135
14,127
14,129
14,129
14,130
14,121

1951—Jan. 31..
Feb. 2 8 ..
M ar. 2 8 ..
Apr. 25..
M ay 30..
June 30..
July 2 5 ..
Aug. 2 9 ..
Sept.2 6 ..
Oct. 31 ..
Nov. 2 8 ..
Dec. 31..

125,050
125,010
125,740
125,390
125,060
126,045
126,070
127,030
128,550
130,480
131,860
132,610

52,710
53,540
54,420
54,350
54,460
54,821
54,590
55,160
55,960
56,750
57,270
57,746

59,980
59,060
58,770
58,470
58,110
58,521
58,720
59,140
59,690
60,850
61,630
61,524

12,360
12,410
12,550
12,570
12,490
12,703
12,760
12,730
12,900
12,880
12,960
13,339

36,950
37,870
36,560
36,660
36,220
37,384
36,920
36,300
38,170
39,650
39,160
44,645

163,990
164,960
164,210
164,050
163,400
165,501
165,040
165,520
168,700
172,270
173,180
179,465

149,230
150,440
149,650
149,600
148,570
151,457
150,560
150,570
153,870
157,060
157,540
164,840

11,640
11,580
11,100
11,250
10,870
11,421
11,830
11,630
12,220
12,880
12,710
14,536

580
580
530
490
480
525
560
570
590
610
620
550

2,610 98,170
4,060 97,970
6,170 95,470
5,620 95,800
4,620 96,100
6,126 96,381
4,350 96,780
3,860 97,230
4,880 98,770
3,490 102,310
3,580 103,090
3,359 108,259

36,230
36,250
36,380
36,440
36,500
37,004
37,040
37,280
37,410
37,770
37,540
38,137

1,150
870
910
640
940
75
450
720
590
730
1,010
34

11,610
11,630
11,660
11,130
11,770
11,951
11,980
12,060
12,090
12,200
12,200
12,216

14,116
14,110
14,120
14,117
14,114
14,107
14,108
14,105
14,105
14,102
14,096
14,089

153,321 142,890
149,718 139,033
135,907
144,103

F o r notes see end o f table.




27

11,679
240
12,792

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.3

PRINCIPAL ASSETS, LIABILITIES, A N D NUM BER OF COMMERCIAL BANKS,
V ARYING DATES, 1941-70— Continued
[Single-date figures; amounts in millions o f dollars]
D eposits

Loans and investments

D ate
Total

Loans

U.S.
Govt.
obliga­
tions

Other
secu­
rities

Cash
assets

Total
assets—
Total
lia­
bilities
and
Total
capital
ac­
counts1

Interbank

D e­
mand

Time

930
1,080,
470

6,700,
5,900
6,180,
5,000
6,720:
4,9411

12,240
12,280
12,340’
1,050 12,460
1, | 12,500!
220
94 12,601
1,770, 12.580
1,400 12.630
920' 12,720
1,720 12,800
1,960 12,820
188' 12,888

14.086
14.086
14,077
14.073
14,079
14.070
14,076
14.074
14.070
14,062
14,057
14,046

3,920
5,100
5,530.
2,560l
2,600,
3,634|
7,170^
6,6801
5,870
3,440
5,410
4,146

107,260
106.150
104,550
105.150
104,330'
105,718!
104.120
104,130i
106.190
107.780
108,030*
112,604!

41,080
41.320
41,550
41.780
42,050
42,5811
42,630
42,790
43,130!
43,530
43,250!
43,997,

1,7 loj
1,480
1,520
1,4801
1,420;
1131
1,160

12,8901
12,950'
0,980;
13,070
13,180!
13,275'
13,290
l,2 0 0 i 13,3501
640 13.520
1,030] 13,570
1,290' 13.630
62j 13,559

14,042
14,035
14,028
14.018
14.018
14,009
14,006
14,004
13,997
13,990
13,982
13.981

230
300
420
510
590
699
760
790
790|
7001
7001
759

3.110
4.220
5,060
4,190
4,810
5,591
3,580
5,140
4,120
5,730
6,620
4,172

109,470;
107,500
204.860
*05,950i
105.780
106,996
106,960|
106,240!
108,970)
110,870
112,490
116,567|

44.070
44,340
44,810
45,000
45,380
45,983
46,290
46,540;
46,740
47.0301
46,600'
47,209j

5201 13,600
13,700*
13.750
13,870i
13,930
14,038
14,060'
14,120,
14,200
14.420
14,640
31 14,576

13.982
13,960
13,954
13,944
13,940
13,937
13,929
13,919
13,909
13,895
13,879
13,840

800|

3,470
4,260
4,0701
4,610
5,1301
5,078]
5,7401
4,860l
4.220
4,530i
4,210
3,709

115,710!
113.120
110,150i
112,710]
111,060
112,983
112.190
112.440
113,640
114,860j
116,930
123,187

47,180'
47,310
47,570
47,610
47.780
48,214
48,050]
48,330[
48,430
48,540:
48,100,!
48,715

970]
,090
.490
,290'
,390j

13,833
13,824
13,803
13,786
13,784
13,781
13,776
13,763
13,759
13,742
13,737
13,716

510
420
430
470
510'
613,
540
560
590
610
590
460.

2,010

117,550,
115,090]
112,870;
114.860
113,520
115,824i
114,110'
113,020
115,110­
117,560
118,110)
125,282

48,610;
48,880!
49,190
49,140
49.320
50,030
50,020
50,210
50,400
50,570!
49,970)
50,908;

,590
,630
,810
,870

15,34oj 13,723

460
460
470|

l,62o 118,57o! 51,56oj
|

,490'
,670,
,830
.550
,9101
,690

740
730
760
790
810
846
860
900
900
1,050
1,130
1,167

13,270
13,390
13,570
13,670
13,840
14,026
14,140
14,380
14,280
14,170
14,170
14,143

39,070
38,970
39,380
39,220
38,530
40,702
39,260
38,380
40,130
40,400
41,820
44,666

174.010
173.520
174,020
173,800
173,890
177,415
178.250
177.210
179,400
182,080
185.790
188,603

158,410
157,620
158,810
157,910
157.720
162,348
161,560
160.770
163,260
164.990
168,340
172,931

12.780
12,360
12,650
11,790
11,630
12,897i

1953--=Jan. 28 ..
Feb. 25..
M a r.2 5 ..
Apr. 29 ..
May 27..
June 30..
July 29..
A u g .26..
Sept. 30.,
Oct. 28 ..
N o v .25..
Dec. 31..

140,780
140,100
140,000
138,520
138,100
137,957
143,190
143,130
142,990
143,970
145,530
145,687

63,860
64,070
65,170
65,280
65,440
65,025
65,630
66,040
66,260
67,120
67,250
67,593

62,760
61,900
60,520
58,890
58,310
58,644
63,220
62,590
62,200
62,340
63,720
63,426

14,160
14,130
14,310
14,350
14,350
14,287
14,340
14,500
14,530
14,510
14,560
14,668

39,920
40,500
39,420
38,560
38,450
41,156
38,420
38,260
40,640
40,100
40,710
44,828

182,960
182.870
181,570
179,320
178.870
181,425
183,940
183.790
186,080
186.480
188.720
193.010

165,780
165,830
164.530
162,180
161,630
165.531
166,880
166,520
169,090
169.050
170,920
176,702

12.780
12,530
12,140!
11,900
11,840
12.752

1954-—
Jan. 27..
Feb. 24 ..
Mar. 31..
Apr. 28 ..
May 26 .,
June 30..
July 28 ..
A ug.25..
Sept.29 ..
Oct. 27..
Nov. 24..
Dec. 31..

145,330
144,900
142,790
144,110
145,690
146,383
147,280
149,490
150,580
154,010
155,710
155,916

66,460
66,870
67,050
66.750
67,120
67,337
67,290
66,450
67,250
67,740
69,450
70,619

64,160
63,030
60,650
62,130
63,280
63,508
64,340
67,300
67,330
70,160
70,110
68,981

14,710
15,000
15,090
15,230
15,290
15,538
15,650
15,740
16,000
16,110
16,150
16,316

40,330
40,290
40,490
39,830
39,330
41,569
39,260
38,540
39,670
40,720
41,260
43,559

188,150
187.670
185,740
186.520
187.670
190,585
189,190
190.670
192,900
197.480
199.720
202,378

171,360
170,270
169,220
169,400
170,080
174,068
171.770
173,130
175.300
179.300
181,280
184,757

13.480
12.9 lOj
13,070l
12,750,
12,520
13,798
13,180
13,420
13,680
13.970
13.870
15,050

Jan. 26 ..
1955=—
Feb. 23..
M ar.30..
Apr. 27..
May 25..
June 30..
July 27 ..
Aug. 31..
Sept. 28..
Oct. 26..
Nov. 30..
Dec. 31 ..

156,250
154,820
153,490
155,540
155,570
155,264
156,990
156,680
157,260
158,860
159,390
160,881

70,550
71,180
72,310
72,920
73,850
75,183
76,570
77,340
78,390
79,210
81,390
82,601

69,000
66,800
64,180
65,630
65,000
63,271
63,700
62,490
62,020
62,860
61,370
61,592

16,700
16,840
17,000
16,990
16,720
16,809
16,720
16,850
16,850
16,790
16,630
16,688

41,080
40,470
39,250
39,920
38,700
41,025
39,790
39,680
40,190
40,590
41,580
46,838

200,270
198.250
195,700
198,540
197.210
199.249
199.710
199,340
200,350
202,410
204,100
210,734

181,590
179,240
176.460
179,500
177.990
181,516
180,470
180,200
180.990
182,640
184,020
192,254

13,430
12,790
12,920
12.870
12,330
13,483!
12,7301
12,840
12,940
12,960
13.010
15,058

760
750
700'
690i
759
760
730
760
750
770
585

1956-=»Jan. 25..
Feb. 29..
M ar.28..
Apr. 25..
May 30..
June 30..
July 25..
Aug. 29..
Sept.26..
Oct. 31..
Nov. 28 ..
Dec. 31..

159,410
158,350
159,930
160,080
159,690
160,008
159,580
161,030
162,030
162,540
163,970
165,123

81,980
82,540
84,690
85,290
85,960
86,887
87,140
87,470
88,480
88,780
89,510
90,302

60,900
59,170
58,600
58,150
57,310
56,620
56,190
57,170
56,950
57,450
58,200
58,552

16,530
16,640
16,640
16,640
16,420
16,502
16,250
16,390
16,600
16,310
16,260
16,269

40,260
40,530
39,940
39,880
39,970
42,444
39,920
39,730
41,700
42,360
42,390
48,720

202,730
202,040
202,980
203,070
202,780
205,712
202,690
204,090
207.160
208,430
209,930
217,460

182.720
181,670
182.440
182,330
181.980
186.326
181.980
183,150
185,690
186.990
188.370
197,515

13,040
12,640
12,780
12,750
12,180!
13,626
13,020
12,900
13.480
13,770,
13,770
16,133

1957=—
Jan. 30..
Feb. 27..
M a r.2 7 ..
Apr. 24 ..
May 29..
June 26..
July 31..
Aug. 28..
Sept. 25..
Oct. 30..
N o v .2 7 ..
Dec. 31..

162,810
162,490
162,860
165,120
165,070
165,600
165,380
165,900
166,320
167,900
167,270
170,068

88,930
89,340
90,630
90,990
91,180
93,280
92,340
92,840
93,400
92,970
92,940
93,899

57,710
56,830
55,740
57,460
57,070
55,500
56,280
56,170
55,870
57,310
56,910
58,239

16,170
16,320
16,490
16,670
16,820
16.820
16,760
16,890
17,050
17,620
17,420
17,930

40,800
41,510
40,700
41,260
40,770
41,380
42,040
41,320
41,260
41,790
42,800
48,428

207,290
207,680
207,230
210.160
209,600
210.710
211,310
211.250
211,590
213,840
214,220,
222,696

185.930
185,940
185.440
188.460
187.370
188,880
189,710
188,680
188.930
190,740
191.050
201.326

12,720
12,820
13,01O
j
13,040*




12,100

12,020

13,000
13,250
13,100
14,788!

12 , 2 0 0 )

12,900'
13,510
12.970
13,350
13,240,
13,090
15,636

Time

N um ­
ber
of
bunks

38,260
38,510;
38,750!
38,930'
39,150!
39,615
39,6801
39,890
40.070
40,4101
40.300
41,012

61,990
61,260
61,120
60,450
60,700
61,178
62,900
61,960
61,610
62,860
64,090
63,318

12,260
13,220
13,120
13,140
14,575

Total
capital

104,3Go'
102,580
101,300]
102,410
102,2801
103,385
102,440,
102,090
103,140]
105,770!
107.440
111,6591

2,530
3,630
5,560'
4,230
4,090;

57,510
57,590
57,840
58,220
58,520
59,233
59,720
60,210
61,200
62,410
63,400
64,163

12,110

Other

540
540,
550!
550,
570
614
630|
630
650
690
740
744

132,770
132,240
132,530
132,340
133,060
134,437
136,760
136,550
137,090
139,440
141,660
141,624

28

Bor­
row­
ings

Demand

1952=—
Jan. 30..
Feb. 27..
Mar. 26,,
Apr. 30..
May 28 ..
June 30..
July 30..
Aug. 27..
Sept.24..
Oct. 29..
N o v .2 6 ..
Dec. 31..

F or notes sec end o f table.

Other

j

5*837'

3,6401
6,170
4.110
5,450
5,232
3,290
5,460
5,110^
3,480]
4,930
3,733'

2,510,
3,510
4101 4,050
500, 5,040i
4,490'
480
3,390j
440
400; 4,130|
450
3,580,
470, 3,180)
3,040
460
385i 3,898;

117,040
114,520'
116,690
114,740,
115,660
116,660!
115,1201
115,130
117,070;
118,160!
123,967,

52,110'!
52,930!
53,270
53,890,
54,350
54,710!
55,060^
55,420
55,780;
55,300
56,440J

1,010

230
630
960
55
750
760
610
760;
790,

14.650
14,730
14,680
14,770
14,890
150 14,906
,5001 14,980
. 2 0 0 ! 15,100
.280! 15,110
,460 15,300
,480 15,390
159 15,300!

,7401
354
,580!
,480
,620'
,450|
,390

75

,220

,750
,690
,790
,710
77(

15,510! 13,703
15,550, 13,702
15,7101 13,697
15,820! 13,691
15,927 13.679
15,940[ 13,677
16,040, 13.680
16,280! 13,679
16,330 13,667
16,4001 13,659
16,302 13,640
16,380^
16,500,
16.520
16.580
16,680,
16.750
16,970,
17,090
17,140|
17,380'
17,440
17,3681

13,636
13,631
13,633
13,628
13,619
13,613
13,610
13,608
13,603
13,588
13,578
13,568

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.3

PRINCIPAL ASSETS, LIABILITIES, AND NUMBER OF COMMERCIAL BANKS,
VARYING DATES, 1941-70—Continued
[Single-date figures; am ounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments

D ate
Total

Loans

U.S.
Govt.
obliga­
tions

O ther
secu­
rities

Cash
assets

Total
assetsTotal
lia­
bilities
and
capital Total
ac­
counts1

Deposits
Interbank

D e­
mand

Other
Bor­
row­
ings

Dem and
Time
U.S.
G ovt.

Time

T otal
capital
ac­
counts

N um ­
ber
of
banks

O ther

1958—Jan.
Feb.
M ar.
A pr.
M ay
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

29
26........
26
30........
28........
23........
30
27 ........
24 ........
29
26
31........

167,650
168,580
171,410
175,560
175,440
179,905
177,600
179,990
179,510
181,670
184,050
185,165

92,020
92,090
92,980
93,450
92,900
95,571
93,610
93,760
94,230
94,970
96,060
98,214

57,700
58,260
59,550
62,830
63,140
64,194
64,130
66,060
64,720
66,170
67,660
66,376

17,930
18,230
18,880
19,280
19,400
20,140
19,860
20,170
20,560
20,530
20,330
20,575

41,070
41,340
41,290
42,850
41,120
43,507
41,880
41,270
41,330
42,160
44,310
48,990

213,050
214,320
217,090
222,870
220,840
227,847
223,970
225,620
225,260
228,130
232,700
238,651

190,470
191,480
194,400
199,850
197,590
204,335
200,920
201,840
201,050
203,990
207,570
216,017

13,130
13,000
13,260
13,930
13,530
13,789
14,290
14,150
14,010
14,000
13,590
15,799

1,700
2,130
2,300
2,390
2,450
2,495
2,390
2,380
2,400
2,340
2,360
2,372

2
3
5
5
5
9
4
5
4
3
5
4

150
500
560
180
420
205
000
490
220
440
600
250

116
115
114
118
115
117
117
116
117
121
123
130

650
010
180
160
230
086
590
800
430
030
580
104

56,840
57,840
59,100
60,190
60,960
61,759
62,650
63,020
62,990
63,180
62,440
63,493

1,150
1,070
900
1,000
1,110
1,136
810
1,300
1,560
1,400
2,150
73

17,470
17,580
17,710
17,810
17,920
18,178
18,190
18,310
18,410
18,470
18,550
18.486

13,561
13,556
13,558
13,551
13,545
13,535
13,521
13,517
13,515
13,509
13,514
13,501

1959--J a n .
Feb.
M ar.
A pr.
M ay
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

28
25 ........
25
29........
2 7 ........
24........
29
26 ........
30........
28
.
25
,
31
..

185,620
183,840
182,940
185,740
185,810
185,920
187,660
188,190
187,790
188,380
188,280
190,270

97,710
97,890
99,190
101,210
102,440
104,450
105,940
107,370
107,830
108,160
109,470
110,832

67,530
65,520
63,160
63,630
62,620
60,860
61,110
60,290
59,230
59,620
58,480
58,937

20,380
20,430
20,590
20,900
20,750
20,610
20,610
20,530
20,730
20,600
20,330
20,501

42,400
42,740
41,380
42,550
41,760
41,930
41,570
41,430
43,910
43,330
44,150
49,467

232,470
230,900
228,710
232,830
232,100
232,380
233,870
234,170
236,500
236,440
237,210
244,686

207,960
205,760
203,850
207,800
206,670
206,630
208,130
207,910
211,480
210,200
210,210
219,903

13,110
12,850
13,030
12,850
12,750
12,870
12,630
12,900
13,700
13,150
13,200
15,649

2,410
2,290
2,340
2,360
2,230
2,030
1,990
1,910
1,780
1,710
1,610
1,441

4
4
3
4
4
4
4
5
6
5
4
5

490
150
590
280
890
420
680
720
140
190
400
050

124
122
120
123
121
121
123
12!
123
124
125
131

210
490
450
440
510
570
220
460
830
320
930
593

63,740
63,980
64,440
64,870
65,290
65,740
65,610
65,920
66,030
65,830
65,070
66,169

1,770
2,210
2,050
2,090
2,240
2,710
2,580
2,770
1,410
2,480
2,860
615

18,570
18,620
18,730
18,890
18,990
19,030
19,170
19,340
19,440
19,500
19,590
19,556

13,512
13,504
13,494
13,491
13,482
13,479
13,476
13,486
13,478
13,478
13,476
13,474

1960—Jan.
Feb.
M ar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

27
.
24
,
30
27
.
25
.
29 ........
27
31........
28 ........
26
..
30
31
.

187,780
186,540
185,680
188,810
188,580
188,900
190,890
191,240
193,270
195,580
195,490
199,509

109,550
110,250
111,390
112,950
113,630
114,840
114,170
114,660
115,430
114,790
115,010
117,642

57,980
56,170
54,160
55,830
55,140
54,210
56,700
56,580
57,690
60,390
60,180
61,003

20,250
20,120
20,130
20,030
19,810
19,850
20,020
20,000
20,150
20,400
20,300
20,864

42,470
42,780
41,780
42,610
41,360
42,880
43,010
43,080
43,710
45,100
46,110
52,150

235,280
234,300
232,590
236,480
234,980
237,040
239,270
240,000
242,530
246,290
247,290
257,552

208,650 12,920
206,810 12,710
204,350 12,680
208,080 12,520
206,090 12,210
209,010 13,300
210,420 13,070
210,240 13,500
213,520 13,670
216,580 14,180
218,230 15,600
229,843 17,079

1,390
1 ,290
1,270
1,470
1,490
1,440
1,480
1,610
1,670
1,690
1,740
1,799

3
4
4
4
6
7
6
5
7
5
5
5

540
480
410
480
880
060
230
440
390
970
360
945

125
122
119
123
118
119
121
120
121
124
125
133

290
690
690
090
690
540
430
570
100
420
260
379

65,510
65,640
66,300
66,520
66,820
67,670
68,210
69,120
69,690
70,320
70,270
71,641

2,340
2,820
3,290
3,000
3,180
2,170
2,590
2,920
2,050
2,480
1,330
163

19,650
19,730
19,860
19,960
20,110
20,280
20,380
20,580
20,660
20,810
21,000
20,986

13,480
13,482
13,482
13,480
13,486
13,485
13,484
13,483
13,485
13,474
13,470
13,472

1961--J a n .
M ar.
M ar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

25
.
1
,
29
,
26
,
31
,
30........
26
30, ..
27
25
,
29
30........

197,020
199,300
197,990
199,720
201,160
201,848
205,070
205,120
209,910
210,290
211,250
215,441

114,210
116,720
116,640
117,180
117,850
117,953
118,070
118,450
120,520
120,470
121,670
124,925

61,880
61,310
59,670
60,740
61,450
61,824
64,740
64,160
66,130
66,630
66,210
66,578

20,930
21,270
21,680
21,800
21,860
22,071
22,260
22,510
23,260
23,190
23,370
23,937

43,810
45,430
42,040
43,400
44,090
45,595
43,320
42,370
44,130
45,320
46,130
56,432

246,590
250,430
246,020
249,040
251,240
253,749
254,480
253,580
260,560
261,910
263,510
278,561

218,530
220,760
216,330
219,390
221,180
224,997
224,790
222,870
229,080
231,050
232,070
248,689

15,020
14,420
13,660
13,500
13,500
13,633
13,620
13,340
13,930
14,530
14,920
17,914

1,800
1,800
1,820
1 ,900
430
461
460
460
470
480
470
481

3
5
4
2
4
6
5
5
8
5
5
5

320
830
160
010
790
362
550
340
160
680
460
946

126
125
122
126
124
125
125
123
125
128
129
141

350
090
170
660
230
161
350
190
420
640
730
920

72,040
73,620
74,520
75,320
78,230
79,380
79,810
80,540
81,100
81,720
81,490
82,429

600
1,860
1,880
1,750
1,740
443
1,230
1,880
2,230
1,830
1,830
471

21,100
21,170
21,170
21,200
21,490
21,745
21,680
21,870
22,250
22,060
22,290
22,459

13,472
13,464
13,463
13,460
13,461
13,463
13,459
13,454
13,451
13,437
13,433
13,432

1962--J a n .
Feb.
M ar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

31
,
27
.
28
.
25 ........
30........
30........
25
29 ........
26 ........
31 ........
28
28 ........

213,730
214,260
215,180
217,390
217,960
220,670
220,410
222,140
225,270
228,560
229,260
235,839

122,420
123,780
125,380
126,610
127,480
129,193
128,730
130,430
132,840
134,400
134,840
140,106

67,240
66,030
64,440
64,650
64,400
64,443
64,180
63,850
64,250
65,550
65,600
66,434

24,070
24,450
25,360
26,130
26,080
27,034
27,500
27,860
28,180
28,610
28,820
29,298

46,910
47,670
44,680
45,390
45,390
48,728
44,600
44,670
46,630
49,690
47,450
54,049

267,400 235,560
268 540 236,350
266,340 234,430
269,180 237,200
269,690 237,580
276,220 245,298
271,520 239,640
273,230 240,050
278,400 245,480
284,890 251,470
283,310 249,680
297,116 262,122

14,190
14,110
13,750
13,730
13,200
14,400
13,830
13,840
14,530
15,260
15,190
16,008

480
510
510
520
520
525
520
510
510
520
520
535

4
5
6
3
7
9
5
7
8
6
6
6

910
090
260
920
170
080
530
450
090
380
090
829

131
130
125
130
126
128
127
124
128
133
132
141

500
510
920
120
310
785
450
900
100
970
280
041

84,480
86,130
87,990
88,910
90,380
92,507
92,310
93,350
94,250
95,340
95,600
97,709

2,200
2,310
2,420
2,360
2,070
786
1,930
2,750
2,610
2,780
2,500
3,627

22,500
22,570
22,630
22,750
22,930
23,183
23,020
23,200
23,330
23,560
23,680
24,094

13,943
13,428
13,417
13,407
13,414
13,422
13,419
13,421
13,417
13,414
13,427
13,432

Jan.
1963-—
Feb.
M ar.
Apr.
M ay
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

30........
27
27
24 ........
29
2 9 ........
31........
28........
2 5 ........
30........
2 7 ........
20........

232,040
233,620
234,860
234,920
236,490
241,014
240,980
240,380
244,840
246,080
249,070
254,162

136,340
138,410
139,360
139,540
141,750
145,049
145,560
145,800
148,870
149,670
152,650
156,006

66,200
65,270
64,840
64,010
63,010
63,542
62,480
60,870
61,810
61,960
62,300
63,196

29,500
29,940
30,660
31,370
31,730
32,423
32,940
33,710
34,160
34,450
34,120
34,959

45,970
47,540
45,640
46,460
46,880
51,156
48,340
45,390
48,080
47,950
50,470
50,711

285,050
288,210
287,590
288,580
290,510
299,875
296,710
293,000
300,250
301,460
307,060
312,773

14,100
14,140
13,800
13,910
13,730
15,042
14,000
13,800
14,510
14,790
14,880
15,267

520 4 320 133 050 99,280
520 6 440 131 610 100,760
520 7 330 128 890 102,420
560 3 760 132 000 103,260
540 6 820 129 480 104,710
550 11 060 133 624 105,902
530 7 130 133 190 106,800
530 5 870 129 270 107,870
550 8 850 132 320 108,330
550 3 610 135 780 110,180
550 4 390 139 040 110,420
526 6 729 141 534 111,064

2,670
3,070
3,100
3,270
3,060
1,545
2,960
3,240
2,930
3,690
4,430
3,664

23,840
24,010
24,070
24,180
24,360
24,582
24,520
24,600
24,720
24,920
25,000
25,677

13,440
13,443
13,451
13,456
13,472
13,482
13,503
13,515
13,524
13,540
13,558
13,570

251,270
253,470
252,960
253,490
255,280
266,179
261,650
257,340
264,560
264,910
269,280
275,120

For notes see end o f table.




29

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.3

PRINCIPAL ASSETS, LIABILITIES, AND NUMBER OF COMMERCIAL BANKS,
VARYING DATES, 1941-70—Continued
[Single-date figures; am ounts in millions of dollars]
Deposits

Loans and investments

Date
Loans

U.S.
Govt.
obliga­
tions

O ther
secu­
rities

Cash
assets

Total
assetsTotal
lia­
bilities
and
capital
ac­
counts1

Other

Interbank

Bor­
row­
ings

Demand
D e­
mand

Time

Total
capital
ac­
counts

Time

N um ­
ber
of
banks

U.S. | Other
Govt, i

1964—Jan. 29..
Feb. 26..
M ar. 25.,
Apr. 29.,
M ay 27.,
June 30.
July 29.
Aug. 26.
Sept. 30.
Oct. 28.
Nov. 25.
Dec. 31.

249,790
250.590
253,880
254.590
255,720
260.179
258,640
260.330
266.180
266,600
271.120
277,376

153.050
154,000
156,810
158,660
160,860
164,463
163,840
164,400
167,670
167,220
170,330
175,589

62.140
61.540
61,500
60,120
59.110
59,322
58,280
58,800
60,710
61,360
62,670
62,991

34,600
35,050
35,570
35.810
35.750
36,394
36,520
37,130
37,800
38.020
38,120
38,796

47,670
47,930
47,390
47.890
48,000
53,168
47,720
47.910
52.870
51.100
52.200
60,489

305 ,330
306 ,340
309, 270
310, 580
311, 810
321, 909
314 530
316 090
327! 890
326 230
331 ,980
346 ,921

268,800
269.090
272,110
272.400
273.170
284,903
275,710
277,230
289,190
286,080
290.580
307.170

14,090
13,960
14,070
13,700
13,680
15,272
13.770
14,390
15,820
15,360
15.460
17,938

570
590
630
640
630
677
690
680
700
710
710
819

820 137,4201113,900,
790 115,020
,450 116,090
,570 117,310
,030 118,630
257 139 ,110 119,587
110 135 ,640 120,500
,710 121,410
,090 122,380
,390 123,850
130 124,190
510 155 184 126,719

3.230
3,320
3.270
3.560
3.560
2,099
3.950
3,540
2,760
3.940
4,500
2,679

25.380
25.670
25.750
26,080
26.380
26,768
26,590
26,760
27.110
27.240
27.380
27,795

3,586
3,604
3,614
3,633
3,647
3.669
3,689
3,697
3,724
3,736
3.746
3.761

1965--Jan. 27..
Feb. 24..
M ar. 31..
Apr. 28..
M ay 26..
June 30..
July 28..
Aug. 25..
Sept. 29..
Oct. 27..
Nov. 24..
Dec. 31..

274,000
275,730
278.350
281,240
282.230
287,723
285,940
287,840
291.470
295.330
2.97,140
306,060

173.420
175.530
179,040
181.530
183,930
188,641
187,060
188,900
191,690
192,800
194,560
201,658

61.520

60.520
59,040
58.320
57,190
56,853
56.320
55.510
55,930
58.450
58.820
59,547

39,060
39.680
40,270
41,390
41 ,110
42,229
42,560
43.430
43,850
44,080
43,760
44,855

51,010
51,580
54.510
51.640
51.180
57,063
51.090
50.510
52.830
52.890
55,040
60,899

333 ,810
336 ,010
342 110
342 060
342 ,700
354 ,553
346 ,440
347 ,720
354 ,060
357 ,920
361 ,840
377 ,264

292.770
294,130
300.770
299.140
299,180
311,632
302,650
303,030
309,640
311,860
314,690
332,436

14,800
14,890
16,300
14,450
14.240
16,171
14.460
14,900
15,850
15.710
15.770
18,426

129,440
890 4.060 143
940 6,710 140
131,220
950 8,350 142
133,070
134,370
920 6,850 142
970 9.890 138
135,650
032 11,796 145
137,366
980 6.890 141 350 138,970i
010 7,230 139 ,2801140,610
040 7,370 143 ,380 142,000
030 4.120 147 ,000,144,000
030 5.440 147 ,970 144,480
008 5,525 160 ,780 146,696!

4.400
4,330
3.670
5.020
4.970
3,682
4,730
5,060
4.400
5.780
5.970
4,472

27,640
27.750
28,100
28,210
28,490
29,479
29,280
29,410
29.630
29.890
30,060
30,272

3.785
3.786
3.789
3.793
3,796
3,791
3.787
3.789
3.793
3,799
3,805
3,804

1966—Jan.
Feb.
M ar.
Apr.
M ay
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

26..
23..
30..
27..
25..
30..
27..
31..
28..
26..
30..
31.,

302,190
302,030
304.350
307.110
308.120
314,238
312,380
313,980
314.920
314,220
315,770
322,661

198,130
199,610
203,490
205,180
207.430
211.980
211.050
211,820
212,500
211.980
213.460
217,726

59,630
57,310
55,430
55.450
53,550
53,503
52,720
53,730
53,610
53,590
54,390
56,163

44.430
45,110
45.430
46,480
47.140
48,755
48,610
48.430
48.810
48,650
47,920
48,772

54,500
55.640
54,130
56,430
54.180
60,013
56,420
55,530
55,260
56,980
60.890
69,119

366 930
367 J 9 0
368 840
373 ,780
372 ,710
385 393
379 790
380 630
381 ,160
381 940
387 650
403 368

319,970
319.670
321.090
327,120
324,360
338.004
328,840
329,010
328,940
329,800
333.460
352,287

15.410
15,830
15.240
15.560
14.920
17,034
15,480
15,930
16,310
16,020
17,110
19.770

050 3,930 151 ,730 147,850
060 5.440 148 ,680 148,660
070 5.120 148 ,420 151,240
090 5,030 152 650 152,790
080 7,780 146 ,130 154,450
098 10,998 153 ,846 155,029
090 6,180 149 ,320 156,770
130 4.720 149 ,780 157,450
060 6,000 148 440 157,130
010 4.720 151 510 156.540
900 3,810 155 ,630 156,010
967 4,992 167 ,751 158,806

6.170
6,750
6,160
4.940
5,610
4,353
7.230
7.170
7,050
6.970
7.950
4,859

30.240
30,310
30,440
30.670
30,790
31,309
31.090
31.360
31.510
31.630
31,930!
32,054|

3.794
3.794
3.801
3.802
3.802
3.802
3.801
3.801
3.790
3,789
3,784
3,767

1967—Jan.
Feb.
M ar.
Apr.
M ay
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

2 5 ....
2 2 ....
2 9 ....
2 .6 ....
3 1 ...,
3 0 ...,
2 6 ...,
3 0 ....
25 , . . .
2 9 ...,
3 0 ....

320,320
320,890
326.570
328,830
330,400
334,857
338.570
341.230
345,780
348,810
351,100
359,903

214,970
213,600
216,750
218,730
219,880
223,952
224,780
224,340
227.430
227.420
228.460
235,954

56,000
56,600
57.830
56.150
55.830
54,233
57.110
59.140
60,090
62,370
62,850
62,473

49,350
50.690
51,990
53,950
54.690
56,671
56.680
57.750
58,260
59.020
59,790
61,477

58,600
60,220
57,360
60,380
63,710
65,059
62,070
58,810
61.300
61.300
61,730
77,928

389 820
392 220
395 100
400 610
405 880
412 118
412 380
411 ,730
418 910
421 870
424 650
451 ,012

337,320
338,870
342.400
347,590
352.140
359,531
357,750
356.250
363,390
366.250
368,100
395,008

16,050
16,640
16.350
16.560
17,520
18,029
17.020
16,750
17,040
17.170
16,970
21,883

1,180
1.350
1.350
1.370
1,468
1,480
1,550
1,530
1,430
1,340
1,314

162,070
164,420
167.730
168,870
171,710
173,833
175,600
178.160
178.570
180,030
181,170
182,511

7.010
6,740
6.270
6,640
7,080
5,166
6,910
6,520
6,470
6,140
6,920
5,777

32,0501
32.240
32,470
32,580
32,880
33,285
33,030
33.360
33,190
33,680
33.890
34,384

3.762
3,756
3,760
3,758
3.743
3.744
3.746
3.744
3,743
3,735
3,739
3.722

1968—Jan.
Feb.
M ar.
Apr.
M ay
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

31.
28.
27.
24.
29.
29.
31.
28.
25.
30.
27.
31.

356,970
357.750
357,910
361,660
363.110
367,560
373,480
375,550
382,080
387,450
390,010
401,262

,010
,420
570
,990
,300
,580
,370
,050
,920
,860
,730
259

62,230
63.150
61,200
59,840
60.320
58,604
60,530
61,480
62.540
64,760
62.820
64,466

61,730
62,180
63.140
63.830
63,490
64,376
64,580
66.020
67,620
68.830
69,460
71,537

66.830
64,760
63,950
63.870
65.100
75,334
69,610
67,020
69.850
71,780
76,690
83,752

436, 580
434, 980
434, 870
438, 550
441, 150
456 827
456, 670
455, 820
465, 490
473, 100
480, 640
500, 657

378,960
376.490
374.490
377,080
377.460
394.004
391,330
388,280
396,410
403.580
408,830
434,023

17,470
16.920
16.710
17.340
17.340
20,638
19.170
18.020
19,250
19,690
20,500
24,747

1,320
1.370
1,280
1,230
1,100
1,094
1,310
1.350
1,410
1,330
1,260
1,211

6,920j 168,490 184,760
9,060 162.550 186,590
5,320! 163,100 188,080

4,040 166.550
5,060! 165,180
4.970 177,837
5,800 172,610
4.970 168,720
8,540 170,480
6,0701 176,120
3,250 182,000
5,010 199,901

187,920
188,780
189,465
192,440
195,220
196.730
200,370
201,820
203,154

6,820
7.270
8.150
8,930
9,700
8,131
10.150
11,130
11,660
11.670
13.020
8,899

34,420
34,520
34,600
34,810
35.110
35,774
35,740
35,850
36.090
36,400
36.510
37,006

3.717
3.717
3.716
3.714
3,720
3.723
3.717
3.714
3,707
3,703
3,687
3,679

1969—Jan.
Feb.
M ar.
Apr.
M ay

2 9 ...
2 6 ...
2 6 ...
3 0 ...
2 8 ...

394,820
393.470
394,900
400.750
399.920

261,130
263,120
264,970
270,470
272,720

63.150
59,470
58.510
57,980
55,380

70,540
70,880
71,420
72,300
71,820

71.850
71,590
72.090
81,110
76,700

480,940
480,700
482,870
498,200
493,250

407,780
404.520
403.670
417,000
408.520

19.350
19,550
19,910
21,230
20,990

1,080

7,540 178,270
5,830]l76,230
4,250 176,360
8,950 184,290
6,530 178,200

201.540
201,900
202.160
201.570
201,850

12,830
13.010
14,360
15.780
17,490

3.673
3.673
3,677
3.669
3,668

June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

309. .
3 0 ...
2 7 ...
2 4 ...
2 9 ...
2 6 ...
3 1 ...

410,279
409,200
405,860
408,670
409,210
413,080
421,597

283,850
283,240
280,680
284,300
284,420
287,130
295,547

54,044
54,700
54,330
53,200
54,410
55,070
54,709

72,385
71,260
70,850
71,170
70,380
70,880
71,341

88,209
74,370
76.200
75.910
76,960
82,340
89,984

516,
501,
499,
503,
504,
514,
530,

425,363
404,040
401,770
404,160
406,800
413,300
435,577

25,187
21,060
21.410
21,260
22.190
23.190
27,174

882
860i
870!

14,740 38,823
19,450 38,480,
21,270 38,660,
21,610 38,860
21,240 39,310
21,960 39,450
18,3601 39,978

3.673
3.682
3.683
3,681
3.683
3.684
3,661

2 1 . .. .

1,110

1,010

990
960
950

810
880:
680l
735l

For notes see next page.




30

4.680 153 410
6,200 150 430
5,520 151 ,450
6.440 154 ,370
4,160 157 ,380
5,152 161 ,048
5,920 157 ,730
3,640 156 150
7,020 159 1230
6.680 160 940
4,980 163 ,640
5,234,184 ,066

5,639 193,787 199,868
5,490 180,260 196,370
4,860 179,840 194,790
7.610 180,550! 193,930
6,180 184,1501193,400
6.610 190,100^192,720
5,054|208,870|193,744|

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.3

PRINCIPAL ASSETS, LIABILITIES, AND NUMBER OF COMMERCIAL BANKS,
VARYING DATES, 1941-70—Continued
[Single-date figures; am ounts in millions o f dollars]
Deposits

Loans and investments

Date
Total

1970—Jan.
Feb.
M ar.
A pr.
M ay
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

28 ........
25........
25........
29........
27........
30........
29........
26 ........
30........
28........
25........
31

410,980
408,890
412,410
417,170
417,340
423,240
425,530
430,080
436,790
439,590
442,970
461,194

Loans

287,330
286,680
288,230
290,550
290,370
296,091
296,330
297,900
301,530
301,460
302,160
313,334

U.S.
Govt.
obliga­
tions

52,960
51,400
51,520
52,330
52,640
51,569
53,510
55,050
55,750
57,180
58,280
61,742

O ther
secu­
rities

70,600
70,810
72,660
74,290
74,330
75,579
75,690
77,130
79,510
80.950
82,530
86,118

Cash
assets

77,400
78,900
76,360
78,410
78,930
85,631
74,930
78,820
85,760
78,310
82,400
93,643

Total
assetsTotal
lia­
bilities
and
capital Total
ac­
counts1

506,770
506,780
508,420
515,650
516,630
529,679
520,800
529,640
543,900
539,190
546,950
576,242

406,380
406,390
407,980
413,780
413,720
432,429
422,740
429,680
447,320
440,030
446,170
480,940

1 Includes other assets and liabilities not shown separately.
2 D ata beginning June 30 reflect (1) inclusion of consolidated reports
(including figures for all bank-premises subsidiaries and other significant
majority-owned domestic subsidiaries) and (2) reporting o f figures for




Interbank

Other
Bor­
row­
ings

Demand
De­
mand

21,550
22,230
21,810
21,600
22,180
26,338
22,440
22,890
26,480
24,780
24,680
30,608

Time

620
620
580
660
690
898
1,350
1,630
1,710
1,740
1,740
1,975

Total
capital
ac­
counts

N um ­
ber
of
banks

22,620
22,620
22,840
23,530
23,080
18,546
19,850
20,160
18,170
20,200
21,680
19,375

40,030
40,230
40,370
40,590
40,850
41,708
41,510
41,720
42,040
42,080
42,270
42,958

13,662
13,665
13,664
13,665
13,665
13,671
13,671
13,675
13,678
13,684
13,687
13,686

Time
U.S.
Govt.
6,320
7,380
6,140
6,230
5,960
8,076
7,170
8,270
8,470
6,250
5,840
7,938

Other

186,130 191,760
182,940 193,220
183,090 196,360
185,620 199,670
183,7401201,150
192,999 204,118
181,540 210,240
182,520 214,370
190,810 219,850
185,030 222,230
189,080 224,830
209,335 231,084

total loans and for individual categories of securities on a gross basis—
that is, before deduction of valuation reserves— rather than net as pre­
viously reported.

31

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.4

LOANS AND INVESTMENTS AT COMMERCIAL BANKS, MONTHLY, 1948-70
[In billions of dollars]
Seasonally adjusted

M onth >

Total
loans and
investm ents3

N ot seasonally adjusted
Total
loans and
investments 2

Securities
Loans 2
U.S. Govt *

Other

Secu ritics
Loans “
U.S. Govt.

Other

1948—Jan...........................
Feb...........................
M ar..........................
A pr...........................
M a y ........................
Ju n e .........................
Ju ly ..........................
Aug..........................
Sept..........................
O ct...........................
N ov ..........................
Dec...........................

115.2
115.4
115.1
115.4
115.4
114.7
115.0
114.5
113.2
113.1
113.0
113.0

37.7
38.2
38.5
39.0
39.8
40.1
40.6
40.7
41.1
41.3
41.4
41.5

68.4
68.0
67.4
67.2
66.4
65.4
65.2
64.5
62.8
62.6
62.4
62.3

9.1
9.1
9 .2
9 .2
9 .2
9 .2
9 .2
9 .2
9 .2
9 .2
9 .2
9 .2

116.4
115.2
113.4
114.1
114.4
113.7
114.5
114.8
113.3
113.9
U 4 .0
114.2

38.0
38.4
38.7
38.7
39.3
39.7
39.8
40.3
41.4
41.4
42.1
42.4

69.4
67.9
65.5
66.3
65.9
64.8
65.3
65.1
62.5
63.3
62.8
62.6

9 .2
9.1
9 .2

1949—Jan............................
F eb...........................
M ar..........................
A pr...........................
M ay .........................
J u n e .........................
Ju ly ..........................
Aug..........................
Sept..........................
O ct...........................
N ov ..........................
Dec...........................

113.3
113.2
113.8
113.5
114.2
114.6
115.0
117.3
118.2
118.5
118.4
118.7

42.0
41.6
41.9
41.4
41.1
41.3
41.0
41.3
41.2
41.5
41.8
42.0

62.2
62.3
62.7
62.8
63.6
63.7
64.3
66.1
67.0
66.9
66.4
66.4

9.1
9 .3
9 .2
9 .2
9 .4
9 .6
9.7
9.9
10.0
10.1
10.2
10.3

114.3
113.1
112.2
112.2
113.1
113.7
114.5
117.6
118.3
119.3
119.5
120.1

42.3
41.7
42.1
41.0
40.6
40.9
40.2
40.9
41.5
41.6
42.5
42.9

63.0
62.2
60.9
62.0
63.2
63.2
64.4
66.7
66.7
67.6
66.9
67.0

9.1
9.1
9 .3
9 .2
9 .3
9.5
9 .8
10.0
10.2
10.1
10.1
10.2

195 0 ~ J a n ...........................
F eb...........................
M ar..........................
A pr...........................
M ay .........................
Ju n e .........................
Ju ly ..........................
A ug..........................
Sept..........................
O ct...........................
N ov..........................
D ec...........................

120.0
120.4
121.1
121.4
122.1
122.4
122.6
122.9
123.1
123.4
123.9
124.7

42.4
42.8
43.3
43.8
44.4
45.1
46.4
47.4
48.5
49.5
50.3
51.1

67.1
67.1
67.0
66.6
66.6
66.1
64.9
63.9
62.8
61.8
61.3
61.1

10.4
10.6
10.8
11.0
U .l
11.2
11.3
11.6
11.9
12.1
12.2
12.4

120.9
120.3
120.1
120.0
121.0
121.7
122.0
122.9
123.3
124.3
125.0
126.6

42.6
42.8
43.5
43.5
43.9
44.7
45.7
46.9
48.6
49.7
51.1
52.2

68.0
67.1
65.8
65.5
66.1
65.8
65.0
64.2
62.5
62.5
61.7
62.0

10.3
10.4
10.8
U .O
11.0
11.2
U .4
11.8
12.1
12.1
12.1
12.4

1951—Jan ...........................
F eb...........................
M ar..........................
A pr...........................
M ay .........................
Ju n e .........................
Ju lv ..........................
A ug..........................
Sept..........................
O ct...........................
N ov..........................
Dec...........................

123.8
124.8
125.7
126.3
126.0
126.5
126.2
126.7
128.1
128.9
129.6
130.2

52.1
53.0
53.7
54.1
54.6
55.0
54.9
55.2
55.5
55.9
55.8
56.5

59.2
59.2
59.5
59.6
58.9
58.8
58.7
58.9
59.8
60.1
60.8
60.4

12.5
12.5
12.5
12.6
12.6
12.7
12.7
12.6
12.7
12.9
13.1
13.4

124.7
124.5
125.2
124.9
124.7
125.9
125.6
126.4
128.1
129.8
131.2
132.5

52.3
53.0
53.9
53.9
54.1
54.7
54.1
54.6
55.5
56.1
56.6
57.6

60.0
59.1
58.8
58.5
58.1
58.5
58.7
59.1
59.7
60.9
61.6
61.5

12.4
12.4
12.6
12.6
12.5
12.7
12.8
12.7
12.9
12.9
13.0
13.3

1952—-Jan............................
F eb......... ................
M ar..........................
A p r..........................
M ay .........................
Ju n e .........................
Ju ly ..........................
Aug..........................
Sept..........................
O ct...........................
N ov..........................
Dec..........................

131.1
131.8
132.3
133.4
134.0
135.0
137.0
136.2
136.4
137.9
139.3
139.1

56.6
57.1
57.3
58.1
58.5
59.3
59.9
60.3
60.6
61.6
62.3
62.8

61.1
61.2
61.4
61.7
61.7
61.7
63.1
61.7
61.6
62.1
62.8
62.2

13.4
13.5
13.5
13.7
13.9
14.0
14.1
14.2
14.2
14.2
14.2
14.2

132.0
131.5
132.1
131.9
132.6
134.3
136.4
136.0
136.4
138.8
141.3
141.5

56.7
56.9
57.4
57.8
58.0
59.1
59.3
59.6
60.5
61.8
63.0
64.0

62.0
61.3
61.1
60.5
60.7
61.2
62.9
62.0
61.6
62.9
64.1
63.3

13.3
13.4
13.6
13.7
13.8
14.0
14.1
14.4
14.3
14.2
14.2
14.1

1953—Jan ............................
Feb...........................
M a r.........................
A pr...........................
M ay .........................
Ju n e .........................
Ju ly ..........................
Aug..........................
Sept..........................
O ct...........................
N ov..........................
Dec...........................

139.3
139.7
139.6
139.5
138.7
138.5
143.5
142.8
142.6
142.2
142.9
143.1

63.3
63.7
64.3
64.9
65.0
64.9
65.6
66.0
66.0
66.3
65.9
66.2

61.7
61.8
61.0
60.2
59.4
59.4
63.6
62.4
62.2
61.4
62.4
62.2

14.3
14.2
14.3
14.3
14.4
14.2
14.3
14.4
14.4
14.5
14.6
14.7

140.3
139.4
139.2
137.9
137.2
137.8
142.8
142.5
142.6
141.2
144.9
145.5

63.4
63.4
64.4
64.7
64.5
64.9
65.2
65.4
65.9
66.3
66.7
67.4

62.8
61.9
60.5
58.9
58.3
58.6
63.2
62.6
62.2
62.3
63.7
63.4

14.2
14.1
14.3
14.4
14.4
14.3
14.3
14.5
14.5
14.5
14.6
14.7

F o r notes see end o f table.




32

9 .0
9 .0
9.3
9 .2
9 .2
9.2
9 .3
9 .4
9 .H

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
i.4

LOANS AND INVESTMENTS AT COMMERCIAL BANKS, M ONTHLY, 1948-70—Continued

__________________________________________ ________[In billions of d o l l a r s ] ____________
Seasonally adjusted
M onth >

Total
loans and
investments 5

N o t seasonally adjusted
Secu rities

Total
loans and
investments 2

Loans 5
U.S. G ovt.4

Other

Secu rities
Loans *
U.S. Govt.

Other

1954— J a n . . .
F e b ..
M ar..
A pr..
M ay.
June.
Ju ly . .
A u g ..
Sep t..
O c t...
N ov..
Dec..

143.8
144.4
144.8
145.1
146.1
146.9
147.3
149.2
150.1
152.2
153.0
153.1

66.0
66.4
66.7
66.5
66.6
67.0
66.8
66.4
66.9
67.1
68.2
69.1

63.0
63.0
63.1
63.4
64.2
64.5
64.9
67.1
67.3
69.0
68.6
67.6

14.8
15.0
15.0
15.2
15.3
15.5
15.7
15.7
15.9
16.1
16.2
16.4

144.8
144.0
142.5
143.6
144.8
146.2
146.6
148.9
150.1
153.3
155.1
155.7

66.0
66.0
66.8
66.3
66.2
67.2
66.6
65.9
66.8
67.0
68.9
70.4

64.2
63.0
60.7
62.1
63.3
63.5
64.3
67.3
67.3
70.2
70.1
69.0

14.7
15.0
15.1
15.2
15.3
15.5
15.7
15.7
16.0
16.1
16.2
16.3

1955—J a n ...
Feb..
M ar..
Apr..
M ay.
June.
Ju ly . .
Aug..
Sep t..
O ct..
N ov..
D cc..

154.5
154.6
154.7
155.5
155.6
155.6
156.6
155.9
156.4
157.0
156.6
157.6

70 .0
70.8
71.2
72.1
73.2
74.3
75.5
76.7
77 .4
78.5
79 .6
80.6

67.7
66.9
66.6
66.5
65.6
64.5
64.3
6 2 .4
62.2
61.7
60.3
60.3

16.8
16.9
16.9
16.9
16.7
16.8
16.8
16.8
16.7
16.8
16.7
16.8

155.5
153.8
152.4
154.4
154.5
154.8
155.8
155.6
156.4
158.1
158.2
160.3

69.8
70.2
71.2
71.8
72.8
74.8
75.4
7 6.2
77.5
7 8.4
80.2
82.0

69.0
66.8
64.2
65.6
65.0
63.3
63.7
62.5
62.0
62.9
61.4
61.6

16.7
16.8
17.0
17.0
16.7
16.8
16.7
16.9
16.9
16.8
16.6
16.7

1956—J a n ..
Feb..
M ar..
A p r..
M ay.
June.
July.
Aug..
S ep t..
O c t..
N o v ..
Dec..

158.0
158.2
159.6
159.2
159.2
159.7
159.1
160.2
160.7
160.5
161.4
161.6

81.4
82.1
83.4
84.2
85.1
85.4
85.9
86.6
87.0
87.7
87.8
88.1

59.9
59.4
59.7
58.4
57.7
57.8
56.9
57.1
57.2
56.6
57.3
57.2

16.7
16.7
16.6
16.5
16.4
16.5
16.3
16.4
16.5
16.3
16.3
16.3

158.3
157.1
158.5
158.7
158.4
159.3
158.3
159.8
160.7
161.3
162.7
164.5

80.9
81.2
83.3
83.9
84.7
86.2
85.8
86.3
87.2
87.6
88.2
89.7

60.9
59.2
58.6
58.2
57.3
56.6
56.2
57.2
57.0
57.5
58.2
58.6

16.5
16.6
16.6
16.6
16.4
16.5
16.3
16.4
16.6
16.3
16.3
16.3

1957—Jan ..
Feb..
M ar..
A pr..
M ay.
June.
Ju ly ..
Aug..
S e p t..
O ct..
N ov..
Dec..

161.6
162.2
162.5
163.8
164.6
164.6
164.7
164.9
165.1
165.7
164.9
166.4

88.5
88.9
89.5
90.1
90.3
91.1
91.0
91.5
91.8
91.7
9 1 .4
91.5

56.8
56.9
56.6
57.2
57.5
56.8
56.9
56.5
56.4
56.4
55.9
56.9

16.3
16.4
16.4
16.5
16.8
16.8
16.8
16.9
16.9
17.6
17.6
17.9

161.6
161.1
161.4
163.8
163.8
164.3
164.1
164.6
165.1
166.5
165.9
169.3

87.7
87.9
89.1
89.7
89.9
9 2.0
9 1.0
9 1.5
9 2.2
9 1 .6
91.5
9 3 .2

57.7
56.8
55.7
57.5
57.1
55.5
56.3
56.2
55.9
57.3
56.9
58.2

16.2
16.3
16.5
16.7
16.8
16.8
16.8
16.9
17.1
17.6
17.4
17.9

1958—Jan ..
Feb..
M ar..
A pr..
May.
June.
Ju ly .
Aug..
S e p t..
O c t..
N ov..
D ec..

166.3
168.3
170.8
174.0
174.7
178.6
176.6
178.6
177.9
179.2
181.7
181.2

91 .4
9 1 .6
9 2 .0
92.1
91.8
92.7
9 2 .2
92.1
92.3
93.5
94.6
95.6

56.8
58.3
59.9
62.7
63.6
65.9
64.4
66.4
65.2
65.2
66.7
65.1

18.1
18.3
18.8
19.1
19.4
19.9
19.9
20.2
20.4
20.5
20.5
20.5

166.2
167.1
169.9
174.0
173.8
178.2
176.2
178.3
177.9
180.1
182.7
184.4

90.5
9 0.6
91.5
91.9
91.3
9 3.6
9 2.2
92.1
92.6
93.4
94.7
97.5

57.7
58.3
59.6
62.8
63.1
64.6
64.1
66.1
64.7
66.2
67.7
66.4

17.9
18.2
18.9
19.3
19.4
20.0
19.9
20.2
20.6
20.5
20.3
20.6

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33

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.4

LOANS AND INVESTMENTS AT COMMERCIAL BANKS, MONTHLY, 1948-70—Continued
[In billions of dollars]
N ot seasonally adjusted

Seasonally adjusted
Securities

Loans
M onth »

Total
loans
and in­
vestments 3

Total 2

Commercial
and
industrial

U.S.
G ovt.4

Securities

Loans

O ther

Total
loans
and in­
vestments 3

T o ta l2

Commercial
and
industrial

U.S.
G ovt.

O ther

M ar...........
Apr............
M ay ..........
Ju n e ..........
Ju ly ...........
Aug...........
Sept...........
O ct............
N ov...........
Dec............

186.4
185.6
184.6
186.2
187.3
187.1
188.2
189.0
188.7
188.3
188.3
188.7

99 .2
99 .5
100.6
101.9
103.4
104.1
106.3
107.8
108.5
109.1
109.9
110.5

35.5
35.7
35.8
36.2
37.0
37.4
38.1
38.3
38.5
38.8
39.1
39.4

66.6
65.5
63.5
63.5
63.2
62.4
61.3
60.6
59.6
58.6
57.9
57.7

20.6
20.6
20.5
20.8
20.7
20.6
20.6
20.6
20.6
20.6
20.5
20.5

186.2
184.3
183.5
186.2
186.3
186.5
188.1
188.6
188.9
189.2
188.7
192.3

98.3
98.3
99.8
101.7
103.0
105.1
106.4
107.8
108.9
109.0
109.9
112.8

35.0
35.1
35.8
36.0
36.9
37.8
37.8
38.2
38.7
38.8
39.4
40.2

67.5
65.5
63.2
63.6
62.6
60.9
61.1
60.3
59.2
59.6
58.5
58.9

20.4
20.4
20 .6
20.9
20.8
20.6
20.6
20.5
20.7
20.6
20.3
20.5

1960—Jan ............
Feb ............
M ar...........
A pr............
M ay ..........
Ju n e ..........
Ju ly ...........
Aug...........
Sept...........
O ct............
N ov...........
Dec............

188.8
188.4
189.1
189.6
189.9
190.2
191.6
192.5
194.0
195.8
196.0
197.4

111.4
112.2
112.9
113.8
114.2
114.6
115.0
115.4
116.0
116.1
116.1
116.7

40.0
40.3
40.6
41.1
41.3
41.4
41.5
41.5
41.8
41.9
42.0
42.1

57.0
56.0
56.2
55.9
55.9
55.8
56.6
57.1
58.0
59.4
59.4
59.9

20.4
20.2
20.0
19.9
19.8
19.8
20.0
20.0
20.0
20.3
20.5
20.8

188.6
187.3
186.4
189.2
188.9
189.6
191.5
191.9
194.3
196.7
196.8
201.5

110.4
111.0
112.1
113.3
113.9
115.6
114.8
115.3
116.4
115.9
116.3
119.6

39.4
39.8
40.9
40.9
41.3
41.9
41.2
41.2
41.8
41.8
42.3
43.1

58.0
56.2
54.2
55.8
55.1
54.2
56.7
56.6
57.7
60.4
60.2
61.0

20.3
20.1
20.1
20.0
19.8
19.8
20.0
20.0
20.1
20.4
20.3
20.9

1961- Jan.............
Feb............
M ar...........
A pr............
M ay ..........
Ju n e ..........
Ju ly ...........
Aug...........
Sept...........
O ct............
N ov...........
Dec...........

198.9
201.0
201.1
201.1
203.2
204.3
206.2
207.3
209.8
210.2
211.4
212.8

117.0
118.6
118.3
118.4
119.0
118.9
119.6
119.8
120.6
121.6
122.5
123.6

42.1
42.3
42.5
42.5
42.5
42.4
42.7
42.9
43.0
43.2
43.3
43.9

60.8
61.0
61.2
61.1
62.3
63.4
64.4
64.9
66.1
65.5
65.3
65.3

21.4
21.4
21.6
21.6
21.9
22.0
22.2
22.6
23.1
23.1
23.6
23.9

198.8
200.1
198.7
200.4
202.1
203.9
206.3
205.9
210.5
211.2
212.1
217.7

116.0
117.5
117.3
117.9
118.8
120.0
119.3
119.2
121.1
121.4
122.5
127.2

41.5
41.9
42.8
42.4
42.3
42.8
42.3
42.5
43.0
43.2
43.6
45.2

61.9
61.3
59.7
60.7
61.5
61.8
64.7
64.2
66.1
66.6
66.2
66.6

20.9
21.3
21.7
21.8
21.9
22.1
22.3
22.5
23.3
23.2
23.4
23.9

1962—Jan ............
Feb............
M ar...........
A pr...........
M ay ..........
Ju n e ..........
Ju ly ...........
Aug...........
Sept...........
O ct............
N ov...........
Dec............

214.4
215.4
217.3
218.9
220.4
221.8
222.5
224.7
225.7
227.6
229.4
231.2

124.2
125.1
127.0
128.0
128.7
129.8
130.0
131.7
133.3
134.4
135.7
137.3

44 .0
44.1
44 .6
44.8
45.2
45.5
45.7
46.3
46.7
47.0
47.4
47 .6

65.9
65.7
65.0
65.0
65.5
65.1
65.1
65.2
64.4
64.6
64.6
64.7

24.3
24.6
25.3
25.9
26.2
26.9
27.4
27.8
28.0
28.6
29.1
29.2

214.2
214.9
215.7
218.2
218.6
222.7
221.3
222.5
226.4
229.1
230.1
237.0

122.9
124.4
125.9
127.4
128.2
131.2
129.6
130.8
134.0
134.9
135.7
141.3

43.4
43.7
44.8
44.7
45.0
45.9
45.2
45.8
46.7
47.1
47.7
49.1

67.2
66.0
64.4
64.7
64.4
64.4
64.2
63.9
64.3
65.6
65.6
66.4

24.1
24.4
25.4
26.1
26.1
27.0
27.5
27.9
28.2
28.6
28.8
29.3

1 9 6 3 -Jan .............
Feb............
M ar...........
A pr............
M ay ..........
Ju n e..........
J u ly ...........
Aug...........
Sept...........
O ct............
N ov...........
Dec............

232.9
234.6
235.7
236.8
238.8
241.0
242.6
243.3
244.8
246.2
248.2
250.2

138.3
139.4
140.7
141.0
142.8
144.8
145.7
147.3
148.9
150.5
152.5
153.7

47.9
48.1
48.4
48.7
49.0
49.4
49 .6
49.7
50.1
50.8
51.5
52.1

64.8
65.0
64.3
64.6
64.1
63.9
64.1
62.6
62.0
61.3
61.3
61.5

29.8
30.2
30.7
31.2
31.9
32.3
32.8
33.4
33.9
34.4
34.4
35.0

232.4
233.7
235.1
235.7
236.9
242.9
241.5
240.9
245.8
246.3
248.9
256.5

136.7
138.5
139.6
140.3
142.2
146.9
146.1
146.3
149.8
149.9
152.5
158.0

47.3
47.7
48.6
48.6
48.8
49.9
49.0
49.2
50.1
50.6
51.9
53.7

66.2
65.3
64.8
64.0
63.0
63.5
62.5
60.9
62.3
63.4

29.5
29.9
30.7
31.4
31.7
32.4
32.9
33.7
34.2
34.4
34.1
35.1

1964— Jan.............
Feb............
M ar...........
A pr...........
M ay ..........
Ju n e ..........
J u ly ..........
Aug...........
Sept...........
O ct.............
Nov...........
Dec............

250.9
252.6
254.1
255.8
257.5
259.6
260.6
263.4
266.6
267.1
270.3
272.4

155.3
156.6
158.1
159.5
161.2
162.9
164.3
165.8
167.7
168.6
170.6
172.9

52.4
52.8
53.0
53.5
54.0
54.5
54.9
55.5
56.1
56.6
57.3
58.4

60.6
60.7
60.4
60.6
60.4
60.5
59.9
60.8
61.4
60.6
61.2
60.8

35.0
35.3
35.6
35.7
35.9
36.2
36.4
36.8
37.5
37.9
38.5
38.7

250.3
251.3
254.0
254.8
255.7
261.9
258.8
260.7
266.9
267.1
271.0
279.2

153.6
154.7
157.0
158.9
160.9
166.2
164.0
164.8
168.4
167.7
170.2
177.4

51.8
52.4
53.2
53.4
53.9
55.1
54.4
54.9
56.1
56.3
57.4
60.2

62.1
61.5
61.5
60.1
59.1
59.3
58.3
58.8
60.7
61.4
62.7
63.0

34.6
35.0
35.6
35.8
35.8
36.4
36.5
37.1
37.8
38.0
38.1
38.8

1965—Jan.............
Feb............
M ar...........
A pr............
M ay ..........
Ju n e ..........

275.1
277.8
279.2
282.5
284.5
286.7

175.7
178.0
180.3
182.6
184.5
186.5

59.6
60.7
61.8
62.8
63.6
64.4

59.9
59.8
58.4
58.7
58.7
58.3

39.5
40.0
40.5
41.2
41.3
41.9

274.4
276.0
279.2
281.3
282.5
289.3

173.8
175.8
179.9
181.6
184.2
190.2

58.9
60.3
62.2
62.5
63.4
65.5

61.5
60.5
59.0
58.3
57.2
56.9

39.1
39.7
40.3
41.4
41.1
42.2

1959—Jan.............

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34

6 1 .8
6 2 .0

M ONETARY SYSTEM—SUM M ARY MEASURES
1.4

LOANS AND INVESTMENTS AT COMMERCIAL BANKS, MONTHLY, 1948-70—Continued
[In billions of dollars]
Seasonally adjusted
Loans and
investments*

Loans

M onth 1
Total

Plus
loans
sold 3

N ot seasonally adjusted

Total*

Loans and
investments3

Securities

Commercial
Plus
and industrial
loans
sold3-®
Plus
Total
loans
sold1

U.S.
G o v t.4

O ther

Plus
loans
sold3

Total

Loans

T otal3

Plus
loans
sold2'8

Securities

Commercial
and industrial

Total

Plus
loans
sold 9

U.S.
G ovt.

Other

1965-July.. 289.0
A u g .. 290.6
292.0
O c t... 295.6
N o v .. 297.3
300.1

188.5
190.1
191.7
194.1
195.8
198.2

65.2
65.9
66.8
67.6
68.4
69.5

58.1
57.4
56.8
57.6
57.3
57.1

'4 2 . 4
43. 1
43. 5
43. 9
44. 2
44. 8

286. 5
288. 5
292. 1
295. 5
297. 7
307. 6

187.7
189.6
192.3
192.9
195.1
203.2

64.8
65.5
66.8
67.1
68.3
71.4

56.3
55.5
55.9
58.5
58.8
59.5

42.6
43.4
43.8
44.1
43.8
44.9

302.9
F e b ... 303.9
M a r .. 304.8
308.3
309.9
June6. 313.1
Ju ly . . 313.6
314.3
S e p t.. 315.0
O c t... 314.1
N o v .. 314.1
D ec. . 316.1

200.2
202.2
203.8
206.3
207.9
209.4
210.3
210.9
211.9
212.8
213.1
213.9

70.5
71.4
72.2
73.2
74.1
75.7
76.7
77.6
78.2
78.6
78.7
78.6

57.7
56.2
55.2
55.8
54.8
55.4
54.8
55.4
54.5
52.8
52.6
53.5

45. 0
45. 5
45 8
46 ?.
47 2
48 3
48 5
48 0
48 6
48 5
48 4
48 7

302. 4
301. 6
303. 8
307 1
307 8
315 9
312 6
313 1
314 6
313 8
314 8
324 0

198.4
199.2
203.0
205.2
207.1
213.6
211.2
211 .0
212.2
211.6
212.5
219.0

69.7
70.7
72.6
72.8
74.0
77.2
77.1
76.7
77.9
78.0
78.6
80.6

59.6
57.3
55.4
55.5
53.6
53.5
52.7
53.7
53.6
53.6
54.4
56.2

44.4
45.1
45.4
46.5
47.1
48.8
48.6
48.4
48.8
48.6
47.9
48.8

319.9
323.2
327.2
329.3
330.9
333.3
337.9
342.2
345.3
347.8
350.0
352.0

215.9
216.4
217.7
218.8
219.3
220.3
222.4
223.9
226.3
227.3
228.8
231.3

79.5
80.1
81.0
81.5
82.0
82.9
83.6
83.7
84.4
84.5
84.9
86.2

54.1
55.7
57.2
57.0
56.9
56.8
58.9
60.9
60.9
61.5
60.9
59.4

49
51
52
53
54
56
56
57
58
59
60
61

9
1
3
5
7
2
6
4
1
0
3
3

319
320
325
328
329
335
337
340
344
347
350
360

8
4
9
3
4
3
7
1
7
6
0
8

214.4
213.1
216.1
218.2
218.9
224.4
223.9
223.2
226.3
226.2
227.4
236.8

78.9
79.1
81.1
81.8
81.7
84.5
84.1
82.6
84.0
83.8
84.6
88.4

56.0
56.6
57.8
56.2
55.8
54.2
57.1
59.1
60.1
62.4
62.9
62.5

49.3
50.7
52.0
53.9
54.7
56.7
56.7
57.8
58.3
59.0
59.8
61.5

355.5
359.3
M a r .. 359.4
361.2
M ay .. 363.6
365.5
July. . 371.4
376.4
S ep t.. 381.3
386.0
387.8
390.2

233.2
234.4
235.4
237.2
238.6
240.4
244.5
247.3
250.5
253.0
256.5
258.2

86.5
87.0
87.8
88.7
89.2
89.6
90 .6
91 .6
92.5
93 .4
95 .2
95.9

60.2
62.3
60.8
60.8
61.6
61.3
62.4
63.2
63.4
63.8
61.2
60.7

62
62
63
63
63
63
64
65
67

1
6
2
2
4
8
5

3
6
4
5
3
7

4
69 2
70 1
71 3

356
356
357
360
361
367
371
373
380
385
387
400

8
6
4
6
4

232.3
231.3
233.0
236.8
237.5
244.8
246.8
246.3
250.5
251.8
255.3
264.4

85.7
55.9
87.8
89.2
88.7
91.4
91.3
90.3
92.1
92.7
94.7
9 8 .4

62.2
63.2
61.2
59.8
60.3
58.6
60.5
61.5
62.5
64.8
62.8
64.5

61.7
62.2
63.1
63.8
63.5
64.4
64.6
66.0
67.6
68.8
69.5
71.5

272.3
274.2
274.9
275.5
277.3
280.3
282.3
283.0

97.7
98.8
99.7
101.2
102.1
102.6
103.0
103.4
103.8
104.5
105.1
105.7

102.9
103.9
104.9
105.6
106.4
107.8
108.5
108.3

60.6
59.0
57.9
58.9
57.1
57.0
56.5
56.0
54.0
53.4
53.2
51.5

71 0
71 4
71 3
71 3
71 7
71 7
71 2
70 8
71 0
70 8
71 6
71 .1

391
390
392
398
397
403
399
396
398
398
402
412

4
4
3
3
1
2
4
2
0
7
0
1

398.6
405.3
402.2
399.5
401.8
403.5
406.8
416.1

257.7
260.1
262.3
268.0
269.9
276.8
273.5
271.0
273.6
273.9
276.1
286.1

271.4
278.9
276.3
274.3
277.4
278.7
280.9
290.0

96.5
97.7
99.7
101.6
101.8
104.4
103.1
102.0
103.8
103.6
104.4
108.4

63.2
59.5
58.5
58.0
55.4
54.0
54.7
54.3
53.2
54.4
55.1
54.7

70.5
70.9
71.4
72.3
71.8
72.4
71.3
70.8
71.2
70.4
70.9
71.3

284.6
285.0
286.3
286.7
287.4
288.1
291.9
293.5
292.8
293.3
293.5
294.7

105.4
105.2
105.1
105.3
105.5
106.5
107.5
108.1
108.8
109.0
109.3
UO.O

109.8
110.2
110.4
110.9
111.9
113.0
113.8
114.1
112.5
112.2
112.0
112.1

50.3
50.8
51.1
53.3
54.5
54.3
55.9
56.8
56.7
56.0
56.2
57.9

71 1
71 .3
72 .4
71 .3
74 .1
74 9
75 .6
77 .3
79 .4
81 .4
81 4
85 .9

399 1
397 2
400 5
404 8
405 .3
411 7
414 ,1
416 .8
424 .7
425 ,6
429 3
446 .8

405.1
403.8
407.3
411.9
413.4
419.7
422.3
424.9
430.0
429.9
433.1
449.8

275.6
275.0
276.3
278.1
278.4
284.5
284.9
284.7
289.5
287.5
288.4
299.0

281.5
281.5
283.1
285.3
286.4
292.6
293.1
292.7
294.7
291.8
292.3
301.9

104.1
104.0
104.9
105.5
105.2
108.4
107.3
107.1
109.4
108.4
108.8
112.5

53.0
51.4
51.5
52.3
52.6
51.6
53.5
55.1
55.8
57.2
58.3
61.7

70.6
70.8
72.7
74.3
74.3
75.6
75.7
77.1
79.5
80.9
82.5
86.1

1967-Jan...
F eb ...
M a r ..
A p r. .
M ay ..
Ju n e ..
J u ly ..
Aug. .
S e p t..
O c t.. .
N o v ..
D ec. .
1968-Jan.. .

1969-J a n . ..
F e b ...
A p r. .
M a y ..
June6.
J u ly ..
A u g ..
S e p t..
O c t...
N o v ..
D e c ..

392.2
393.6
394.6
398.7
399.6
400.8
399.8
399.0
398.5
399.7
402.3
401.7

401.1
402.9
402.6
402.3
402.3
404.5
407.1
405.6

260.6
263.2
265.4
268.5
270.8
272.1
272.1
272.2
273.5
275.5
277.5
279.1

1970-Jan...
F e b ...
M a r ..
A p r. .
M ay..
Ju n e ..
Ju ly . .
A u g ..
S ep t..
O c t...
N o v ..
D ec. .

400.0
400.5
403.0
406.1
407.9
409.2
415.2
419.6
423.7
426.3
429.3
435.5

406.0
407.1
409.8
413.3
416.0
417.3
423.4
427.6
428.9
430.7
433.1
438.5

278.6
278.4
279.5
279.5
279.3
280.0
283.7
285.5
287.6
288.9
289.7
291.7

1 D ata are for last Wednesday o f m onth except for June 30 and Dec. 31;
data are partly or wholly estimated except when June 30 and Dec. 31 are
call dates.
2 Series excludes commercial interbank loans as follows: domestic and
foreign through 1958; domestic only thereafter.
3 Loans sold are those sold outright by commercial banks to own
subsidiaries, foreign branches, holding companies, and other affiliates.
* Derived by subtracting “ Loans” and “ O ther securities” from ‘‘Total
loans and investments.”
5 Beginning June 9, 1966, about $1.1 billion o f balances accumulated
for payment o f personal loans were deducted from total loans as a result




9

9

102.6
105.7
105.0
104.2
106.4
106.9
107.8
111.0
108.5
109.0
110.2
111.1
1 1 1 .6

114.8
113.6
113.1
113.1
U 1 .6
U 1 .5
114.6

of a change in Federal Reserve regulations. Beginning June 30, 1966,
CCC certificates of interest and Export-lm port Bank portfolio fund
participation certificates totaling an estimated $1 billion are included in
“ Other securities” rather than in “ Loans.”
o Beginning June 30, 1969, data include all bank-premises subsidiaries
and other significant majority-owned domestic subsidiaries; earlier data
include commercial banks only. Also, loans and investments are reported
gross, without valuation reserves deducted, rather than net of valuation
reserves as was done previously. Data for January 1959 through M ay 1969
have been adjusted to include valuation reserves.

35

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.5

PRINCIPAL ASSETS, LIABILITIES, AND NUMBER OF MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKS,
JUNE AND DECEMBER CALL DATES, 1941-70
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loan s and invest ments
Investments

Cali date
Total

_

Loans
Total

Cash
assets

U.S. G ov­
ernment
Other
obligations securities

Total
assets—
Total
liabilities
and
capital
accounts 1

Total
deposits

Total
capital
accounts

N um ber
of
banks

1941-—
June 30 .........................
Dec. 31.........................

10,321
10,379

4,958
4,901

5,363
5,478

3,426
3,704

1,937
1,774

968
793

11,996
11,804

10,648
10,533

1,312;
1,241

550
548

1942-—
June 30.........................
Dec. 31.........................

10,360
10,754

4,822
4,695

5,538
6,059

3,891
4,572

1,647
1,487

753
663

11,682
11,933

10,395
10,668

1,249
1,236

547
546

1943-—
June 30.........................
Dec. 31.........................

11,248
11,871

4,581
4,484

6,666
7,387

5,290
6,090

1,376
1 ,297

722
797

12,429
13,046

11,141
11,738

1,247
1,276

545
545

1944- —
June 30.........................
Dec. 30.........................

12,976
•13,931

4,414
4,370

8,562
9,560

7,306
8,328

1,257
1,232

535
584

13,836
14,788

12,471
13,376

1,325
1,378

544
543

1945-—
June 30.........................
Dec. 31 .........................

15,134
16,208

4,307
4,279

10,827
11,928

9,588
10,682

1,240
1,246

583
609

15,951
17,020

14,426
15,385

1,477
1,592

542
542

1946— June 29.........................
Dec. 31 .........................

17,125
17,704

4,356
4,526

12,769
13,179

11,438
11,778

1,331
1 s400

747
818

18,054
18,703

16,281
16,869

1,715
1,784

541
541

1947--Ju n e 30.........................
Dec. 31 .........................

18,339
18,641

4,686
4,944

13,653
13,696

12,140
11,978

1,513
1,718

839
886

19,362
19,714

17,442
17,763

1,842
1,889

533
533

1948--J u n e 30.........................
Dec. 31 .........................

19,226
19,395

5,234
5,686

13,992
13,709

11,976
11,476

2,0162,233

832
878

20,252
20,474

18,211
18,405

1,955
1,999

532
532

1949--Ju n e 30.........................
Dec. 31.........................

20,094
20,400

6,050
6,578

14,044
13,822

11,657
11,428

2,387
2,394

800
873

21,105
21,493

18,949
19,293

2,065
2,122

530
531

1950—June 30 .........................
Dec. 30 .........................

21,192
21,346

7,203
8,137

13,989
13,209

11,569
10,868

2,420
2,342

831
797

22,252
22,385

19,943
20,031

2,189
2,247

530
529

1951--Ju n e 30.........................
Dec. 31.........................

21,697
22,259

9,020
9,862

12,677
12,398

10,205
9,819

2,472
2,579

851
886

22,835
23,439

20,404
20,915

2,285
2,407

529
529

1952--Ju n e 30.........................
Dec. 31.........................

23,091
24,003

10,509
11,349

12,582
12,654

9,606
9,422

2,976
3,231

966
918

24,378
25,233

21,782
22,621

2,438
2,479

529
529

1953--Ju n e 30.........................
Dec. 31.........................

25,124
25,810

12,091
12,925

13,033
12,885

9,464
9,184

3,569
3,701

867
983

26,333
27,130

23,628
24,398

2,516
2,559

528
528

1954— June 30.........................
Dec. 31.........................

26,959
27,868

13,890
14,998

13,069
12,871

9,017
8,748

4,052
4,123

987
1,026

28,315
29,276

25,440
26,359

2,626
2,694

528
527

1955--Ju n e 30.........................
Dec. 31.........................

28,990
29,898

16,172
17,456

12,818
12,442

8,675
8,460

4,142
3,982

989
965

30,382
31,274

27,334
28,187

2,757
2,812

528
527

1956—June 30.........................
Dec. 31.........................

31,066
31,940

18,639
19,777

12,427
12,163

8,297
7,971

4,130
4,192

917
920

32,421
33,311

29,184
30,032

2,885
2,947

527
527

1957--June 6 ...........................
Dec. 31.........................

32,950
33,782

20,487
21,216

12,463
12,565

7,906
7,552

4,557
5,013

839
890

34,254
35,168

30,678
31,695

3,042
3,059

525
522

1958--Ju n e 23.........................
Dec. 31.........................

35,274
36,320

22,237
23,357

13,037
12,963

7,417
7,265

5,620
5,698

916
921

36,678
37,779

32.869
34,040

3,181
3,219

520
519

1959- -June 10...................
Dec. 3 1 .........................

37,221
37,561

24,149
25,126

13,072
12,435

7,349
6,864

5,724
5,570

780
829

38,526
38.943

34,503
34,983

3,315
3,359

518
517

1960—June 15.........................
Dec. 31.........................

38,300
39,114

26,069
27,122

12,230
11,992

6,628
6,239

5,603
5,752

764
872

39,598
40,574

35,335
36,353

3,465
3,553

515
514

-June 30.........................
1961—
Dec. 30.........................

40,344
41,259

28,211
29,393

12,133
11,866

6,281
6,136

5,852
5,730

862
936

41,818
42,833 |

37,551
38,487

3,660 1
3,768

514
514

1962--June 30.........................
Dec. 2 8 .........................

42,872
44,558

30,930
32,716

11,941
11,842

6,278
6,129

5,663
5.714 |

884
890

44,418
46,086

39,888 i
41,531 I

3,853
3,951

512
51!

1963--June 2 9.........................
Dec. 2 0 .........................

46,397
48,089

34,665
36,679

11,732
11,410

6,166
5,872

5,566
5,539

890
826

48,020 I
49,621

43,248 1
44,516 1

4,031
4,205

511
509

1964— June 30.........................
Dec. 31.........................

50,226
52,363

38,656
41,085

J 1,570
11,278

6,016
5,788

5,554 |
5,490

905
1,004

52,000
54.239 !

46,940 j
49.138

4,269
4,401

506
505

1965—
-June 30.........................
Dec. 31.........................

54,415
56,260

43,096
45,288

11,319
10,971

5,753
5,470

5,566
5,501

1,020
1,017

56,382 1
58,219 1
1

50,980
52,760 j

4,536
4,663

504
505

F o r note sec end o f table.




36

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.5

PRINCIPAL ASSETS, LIABILITIES, AND NUMBER OF MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKS,
JUNE AND DECEMBER CALL DATES, 1941-70—Continued
[Amounts in millions o f dollars]
Loans and investments

Total
assets—
Total
liabilities
and
capital
accounts 1

Investments
Call date
Total

Cash
assets

Loans
U.S. Gov­
ernment
Other
obligations securities

Total

Total
deposits

Total
capital
accounts

Num ber
of
banks

1966—June 30.........................
Dec. 31.........................

57,446
59,023

46,627
48,297

10,819
. 10,726

5,122
4,753

5,697
5,973

965
966

59,414
61,008

53,727
55,350

4,761
4,871

505
504

1967— June 30.........................
Dec. 3 0 .........................

61,898
64,232

50,018
51,590

11,880
12,642

4,304
4,280

7 ,576
8,362

1,152
996

64,150
66,362

58,259
60,494

4,932
4,987

503
501

1968— June 29 .........................
Dec. 31.........................

66,855
68,905

53,097
54,803

13,758
14,102

4,205
3,819

9,553
10,283

959
996

69,029
71,148

62,870
64,922

5,111
5,269

501
500

1969— June 30 .........................
Dec. 31.........................

71,403
72,385

56,625
58,075

14,778
14,309

3,623
3,243

11,155
11,066

831
891

73,509
74,560

66,754
67,537

5,406
5,521

499
496

1970—June 30.........................
Dec. 31.........................

74,309
76,548

59,206
60,348

15,103
16,199

3,173
3,072

11,930
13,127

907
1,244

76,583
79,222

69,285
72,081

5,620
5,711

496
493

1 Includes other assets and liabilities not shown separately.

1.6

NUMBER AND DEPOSITS OF COMMERCIAL AND MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKS, BY CLASS OF BANK,
JUNE AND DECEMBER CALL DATES, 1941-70
Commercial banks
M utual savings banks
M em ber banks
Call date

N onm em ber banks

Total
Total
Total

National

State

Total

Insured

N on­
insured

Total

Insured

N on­
insured

Num ber
1941—June 3 0..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

14,855
14,826

14,305
14,278

6,556
6,619

5,130
5,117

1,426
1,502

7,752
7,662

6,869
6,810

883
852

550
548

53
52

497
496

1942—June 3 0 ..........................
Dcc. 3 1 ..........................

14,775
14,682

14,228
14,136

6,647
6,679

5,101
5,081

1,546
1,598

7,584
7,460

6,755
6,667

829
793

547
546

53
56

494
490

1943—June 3 0..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

14,618
14,579

14,073
14,034

6,703
6,738

5,060
5,040

1,643
1,698

7,373
7,299

6,598
6,535

775
764

545
545

61
184

484
361

1944— June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 3 0 ..........................

14,553
14,535

14,009
13,992

6,773
6,814

5,036
5,025

1,737
1 ,789

7,239
7,181

6,494
6,452

745
729

544
543

192
192

352
351

1945—June 3 0..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

14,542
14,553

14,000
14,011

6,840
6,884

5,015
5,017

1,825
1,867

7,163
7,130

6,440
6,416

723
714

542
542

192
192

350
350

1946—June 2 9..........................
Dec. 31..........................

14,567
14,585

14,026
14,044

6,887
6,900

5,012
5,007

1,875
1,893

7,142
7,147

6,446
6,457

696
690

541
541

191
191

350
350

1947—June 30..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

14,716
14,714

14,183
14,181

6,928
6,923

5,012
5,005

1,916
1,918

7,258
7,261

6,461
6,478

797
783

533
533

191
194

342
339

1948— June 3 0..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

14,719
14,703

14,187
14,171

6,925
6,918

4,998
4,991

1,927
1,927

7,265
7,256

6,493
6,498

772
758

532
532

193
193

339
339

1949—June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

14,680
14,687

14,150
14,156

6,903
6,892

4,987
4,975

1,916
1,917

7,250
7,267

6,517
6,540

733
727

530
531

191
192

339
339

1950— June 3 0 ..........................
Dcc. 3 0 ..........................

14,674
14,650

14,144
14,121

6,885
6,873

4,971
4,958

1,914
1,915

7,262
7,251

6,553
6,562

709
689

530
529

192
194

338
335

1951—June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 31..........................

14,636
14,618

14,107
14,089

6,859
6,840

4,946
4,939

1,913
1,901

7,251
7,252

6,581
6,602

670
650

529
529

201
202

328
327

1952—June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

14,599
14,575

14,070
14,046

6,815
6,798

4,925
4,909

1,890
1,889

7,258
7,251

6,622
6,627

636
624

529
529

205
206

324
323

1953—June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

14,537
14,509

14,009
13,981

6,765
6,743

4,874
4,856

1,891
1,887

7,247
7,241

6,655
6,672

592
569

528
528

213
219

315
309

1954— June 30..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

14,465
14,367

13,937
13,840

6,721
6,660

4,835
4,789

1,886
1,871

7,219
7,183

6,662
6,647

557
536

528
527

219
218

309
309




37

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.6

NUMBER AND DEPOSITS OF COMMERCIAL AND MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKS, BY CLASS OF BANK,
JUNE AND DECEMBER CALL DATES, 1941-70—Continued
Commercial ba nks
M utual savings banks
Nonmember br nks

M ember banks
Call date

Total
Total
Total

National

State

Total

Insured

N on­
insured

Total

Insured

N on­
insured

N umber
1955—June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 31..........................

14,309
14,243

13,781
13,716

6,611
6,543

4,744
4,692

1,867
1,851

7,173
7,176

6,660
6,677

513
499

528
527

218
220

310
307

1956— June 30 ..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

14,206
14,167

13,679
13,640

6,499
6,462

4,667
4,651

1,832
1,811

7,183
7,181

6,713
6,737

470
444

527
527

220
223

307
304

1957— June 6 ............................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

14,144
14,090

13,619
13,568

6.445
6,393

4,647
4,620

1,798
1,773

7,177
7,178

6,748
6,753

429
425

525
522

234
239

291
283

1958—June 2 3 ..........................
Dec. 31..........................

14,055
14,020

13,535
13,501

6,357
6,312

4,599
4,578

1,758
1,734

7,181
7,192

6,768
6,793

413
399

520
519

239
24 L

281
278

1959— June 10..........................
Dcc. 31..........................

13,988
13,991

13,470
13,474

6,280
6,233

4,559
4,542

1,721
1,691

7,193
7,244

6,810
6,878

383
366

518
517

25!!
268

267
249

1960—June 15~.............. ..........
Dec. 31..........................

14,006
13,986

13,491
13,472

6,217
6,174

4,542
4,530

1,675
1,644

7,276
7,300

6,926
6,948

350
352

515
514

268
325

247
189

1961^—
June 30..........................
Dec. 30..........................

13,977
13,946

13,463
13,432

6,141
6,113

4,524
4,513

1,617
1,600

7,323
7,320

6,990
6,997

333
323

514
514

325
330

189
184

1962—June 3 0 ............... ..........
Dec. 2 8 ............... ..

13,934
13,940

13,422
13,429

6,070
6,049

4,500
4,505

1,570
1,544

7,353
7,380

7,036
7,072

317
308

512
511

33 J
331

181
180

1963— June 2 9 ..........................
Dcc. 2 0 ............... „ ........

13,993
14,079

13,482
13,570

6,058
6.112

4,537
4,615

1,521
1,497

7,424
7,458

7,133
7,173

291
285

511
509

33 V
330

180
179

1964— June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 3 1 ............... ..

14,175
14,266

13,669
13,761

6,180
6,225

4,702
4,773

1,478
1,452

7,489
7,536

7,215
7,262

274
274

506
505

327
327

179
178

1965—June 30..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

14,295
14,309

13,791
13,804

6,235
6.221

4,803
4,815

1,432
1,406

7,556
7,583

7,294
7,320

262
263

504
505

327
328

177
177

1966—June 29..........................
Dec. 31..........................

14,307
14,271

13,802
13,767

6,194
6,150

4,811
4,799

1,383
1,351

7,608
7,617

7,359
7,384

249
233

505
504

330
330

175
174

1967— June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 30..........................

14,247
14,223

13,744
13,722

6.108
6,071

4,780
4,758

1,328
1,313

7,636
7,651

7,418
7,440

218
211

503
501

332
33J

171
170

1968— June 2 9 ..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

14,225
14,179

13,724
13,679

6.039
5,978

4,742
4,716

1,297
1,262

7,685
7,701

7,474
7,504

211
197

501
500

331
33$

170
167

1969— June 30..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

14,172
14,157

13,673
13,661

5,936
5,869

4,700
4,668

1,236
1,201

7,737
7,792

7,528
7,595

209
197

499
496

332
330

167
166

1970—June 3 0 ..........................
Dcc. 3 0 ..........................

14,167
14,179

13,671
13,686

5,803
5,767

4,637
4,620

1,166
1,147

7,868
7,919

7,675
7,735

193
184

496
493

330
328

166
165

Deposits (in millions of dollars')
1941--June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 31..........................

78,120
81,816

67,472
71,283

58,512
61,717

37,273
39,458

21,238
22,259

8,969
9,574

7,104
7,702

1,865
1,872

10,648
10,533

1,803
1 ,789

8,845
8,744

1942--June 30..........................
Dec. 31..........................

82,706
99,796

72,311
89,132

63,404
78,277

40,534
50,468

22,871
27,808

8,915
10,864

7,754
9,535

1,161
1,329

10,395
10,664

1,864
2,048

8,531
8,616

1943- -June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 31..........................

107,224
117,661

96,083
105,923

84,016
92,262

54,589
59,961

29,427
32,302

12,076
13,671

10,557
11,842

1,519
1,829

11,141
11,738

2,739
7,534

8,402
4,203

1944— June 30..........................
Dcc. 30..........................

128,605
141,449

116,133
128,072

101,276
110,917

65,585
71,858

35,690
39,059

14,869
17,168

12,880
14,809

1,989
2,358

12,471
13,376

8,235
8,910

4,236
4,466

1945—June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 31..........................

151,033
165,612

136,607
150,227

118,378
129,670

76,533
84,939

41,844
44,730

18,242
20,571

15,880
18,119

2,362
2,452

14,426
15,385

9,671
10,363

4,754
5,022




38

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.6

NUMBER AND DEPOSITS OF COMMERCIAL AND MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKS, BY CLASS OF BANK,
JUNE AND DECEMBER CALL DATES, 1941-70—Continued
Commercial banks
M utual savines banks
M ember banks
Call date

N onm em ber banks

Total
Total
Total

National

State

Total

Insured

N on­
insured

Total

Insured

N on­
insured

Deposits (in millions o f dollars)
1946—June 2 9 ..........................1 159,171
Dec. 3 1 .......................... 155,902

142,890
139,033

122,519
118,170

80,212
78,775

42,307
39,395

20,387
20,879

18,108
18,836

2,279
2,043

16,281
16,869

10,979
11,428

5,302
5,442

1947— June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

153,349
161,865

135,907
144,103

115,435
122,528

77,146
82,023

38,289
40,505

20,488
21 ,591

18,240
19,340

2,248
2,251

17,442
17,763

11,901
12,207

5,541
5,556

1948—June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

156,353
161,248

138,142
142,843

117,452
121,362

78,753
81,407

38,699
39,955

20,706
21,497

18,509
19,296

2,197
2,201

18,211
18,405

12,581
12,772

5,630
5,633

1949— June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

156,470
164,467

137,520
145,174

116,980
123,885

78,219
83,113

38,761
40,772

20,556
21,305

18,410
19,269

2,146
2,036

18,949
19,293

13,241
13,592

5,709
5,702

1950—June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 3 0 ..........................

163,770
175,296

143,827
155,265

122,707
133,089

82,430
89,281

40,277
43,808

21,137
22,193

19,108
20,216

2,029
1,976

19,943
20,031

14,128
14,320

5,815
5,711

1951—June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

171,860
185,756

151,457
164,840

129,737
141,015

86,589
94,173

43,149
46,843

21,737
23,843

19,741
21,912

1,996
1,932

20,404
20,915

14,924
15,368

5,479
5,547

1952—June 30..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

184,130
195,552

162,348
172,931

138,769
147,527

92,720
98,974

46,049
48,553

23,598
25,424

21,606
23,464

1,993
1,960

21,782
22,621

16,081
16,785

5,702
5,836

1953—June 30..........................
Dec. 31..........................

189,159
201,100

165,531
176,702

140,830
150,164

94,475
100,654

46,355
49,510

24,722
26,560

22,841
24,555

1,880
2,005

23,628
24,398

17,695
18,383

5,933
6,015

1954— June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 31..........................

199,508
211,115

174,068
184,757

148,252
157,252

99,362
105,851

48,890
51,401

25,838
27,528

23,819
25,657

2,020
1,871

25,440
26,359

19,195
19,885

6,246
6,474

1955—June 30..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

208,850
220,441

181,516
192,254

154,670
163,757

98,636
103,903

56,034
59,854

26,870
28,522

25,082
26,779

1,788
1,742

27,334
28,187

20,590
21,237

6,743
6,950

1956—June 3 0..........................
Dec. 31..........................

215,510
227,546

186,326
197,515

158,388
167,906

100,826
107,161

57,563
60,744

27,962
29,635

26,316
28,073

1,646
1,562

29,184
30,032

21,959
22,886

7,225
7,146

1957— June 6 ............................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

216,986
233,020

186,308
201,326

157,593
170,637

100,989
109,091

56,605
61,545

28,740
30,715

27,292
29,266

1,448
1,449

30,678
31,695

23,578
25,022

7,100
6,672

1958—June 2 3 ..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

237,204
250,057

204,335
216,017

173,904
182,816

110,065
116,714

63,839
66,102

30,458
33,227

28,942
31,696

1,516
1,532

32,869
34,040

26,082
27,277

6,787
6,763

1959— June 10..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

242,096
254,885

207,594
219,903

174,811
184,706

112,659
119,638

62,152
65,069

32,810
35,224

31,365
33,795

1,444
1,429

34,503
34,983

28,041
28,577

6,461
6,405

I960—June 15..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

249,163
266,196

213,829
229,843

179,519
193,029

116,178
124,911

63,341
68,118

34,328
36,834

32,942
35,391

1,386
1,443

35,335
36,353

28,824
31,502

6,511
4,850

1961—June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 3 0 ..........................

262,547
287,176

224,997
248,689

189,226
209,630

122,485
135,511

66,741
74,119

35,785
39,073

34,391
37,560

1,394
1,513

37,551
38,487

32,530
33,400

5,020
5,087

1962— June 3 0..........................
Dec. 2 8 ..........................

285,186
303,653

245,298
262,122

206,057
219,468

133,728
142,825

72,329
76,643

39,256
42,654

37,814
41,142

1,442
1,513

39,888
41,531

34,581
36,104

5,306
5,427

1963— June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 2 0 ..........................

309,428
319,636

266,179
275,120

222,619
229,376

145,513
150,823

77,106
78,553

43,560
45,743

42,035
44,280

1,525
1,463

43,248
44,516

37,585
38,657

5,663
5,859

1964— June 30..........................
Dec. 31..........................

331,843
356,308

284,903
307,170

238,052
255,724

155,978
169,615

82,074
86,108

46,850
51,447

45,411
49 389

1,439
2,057

46,940
49,138

40,797
42,751

6,143
6,387

1965—June 30..........................
Dec. 31..........................

362,611
385,196

311,632
332,436

259,743
275,517

171,528
193,860

88,215
81,657

51,889
56,919

49,869
54,806

2,020
2,113

50,980
52,760

44,293
45,887

6,686
6,874

1966—June 3 0..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

392,882
408,860

339,154
353,510

281,209
292,004

197,792
206.456

83,417
85,547

57,946
61.506

55,937
59,434

2,009
2,073

53,727
55,350

46,681
48,254

7,046
7,096

1967—June 3 0 ..........................
Dec. 30..........................

419,062
456,784

360,803
396,291

297,529
327,011

211,098
231,374

86,432
95,637

63,274
69.279

61,216
67,107

2,058
2,172

58,259
60,494

50,877
52,910

7,383
7,584

1968—June 29..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

458,109
500,160

395,239
435,238

323,935
356,351

229,028
257,884

94,908
98,467

71,304
78,887

68,866
76,368

2,438
2,519

62,870
64,922

54,991
56,859

7,879
8,062

1969—June 3 0..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

493,267
504,245

426,513
436,708

345,347
350,759

251,489
256,314

93,858
94,445

81,166
85,949

78,610
83,380

2,556
2,570

66,754
67,537

58,286 ’
58,864

8,468
8,673

1970—June 3 0..........................
Dec. 3 1 ..........................

502,658
553,826

433,373
481,745

346,228
385,176

254,261
283,664

91,967
101,512

87,145
96,568

84,865
93,998

2,280
2,570

69,285
72,081

60,194
62,680

9,091
9,402




39

MONETARY SYSTEM -SUM M ARY MEASURES
1.7
N ature o f classified change

1941

1942

CHANGES IN THE NUMBER OF COMMERCIAL HANKS, BY
1943

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1951

1949 j 1950

All commercial banks
22
22

49
49

69
69

1,7
117

144
144

in
111

80
80

72 !
72 1

110
8

167
9

152
4

111

99

111

96

87

93
4

} 60
42

89
69

86
62

72
38

-1 0
14,278

+ 3
14,136

+1
14,034

13,992

I

I

Consolidations and absorptions:

55
29
11

56
19
12

+ 1 ............. + 122
14,011 14,044 14,181

-3
14,171

/ 54
1 40
1 17

80
19

1
«»
68 j

62 !
62 J

73
73

104
1 "

S3
53

96 ,
3 i

116
3

„
58 1
71 ;
l
58 1
20
24 j
10 1
18
12 i
12 1
11 j
13
1
4'6 1 4-1 i
4-2
14,156 14,121 14,089 14,046
1
i

National banks
13
7
4
2

13
3
5
5

21
g
6
7

33
17
7
9

35
21
11
3

27
19
6

18

T

2

54
2

36

4,
.............

45

29

32

28
7

34
U

27
5

34

21
19
3

19
7
2

21
9

6

7

4

5

2

i

5,081

5.040

5.025

5,017

5,007

5,005

5
2

3

19
12
4
3

i
’
>
i

,7 1
7 ,
3 i

11 1
9 j

15
,5

30

45

22 1
5
2 i
1
1

32
6
1

2

t

40
4

41

Consolidations and absorptions:
}

22

6
2
6

5,117

/
(

35 !

29

24 :
7
j

21 I

I

i

6
l 1
1
i

4,991

|

5

4,975 j 4,958 ' 4.939 I 4.909
1

State member banks
32
5

106
2
104

117
4
113

113
5
108

95
8
87

65
9
56

52
14
38

21

12

10

17

77

H

39

27

23

,
1
2
4
5

12

2
2

2
5
3

1
6
7

7
2

3
2
11
11

11
4
1
6
5

16
1

I

1,499

1,595

1,695

1,786

1,864

1,890

1,915

1,924

169
1
166
2

Consolidations and absorptions:

\
)

8

;

1

I
I

4

22 i
6
J

.
1

32 1

I
n i
8
9 I

10 1
•* !

19 1

24 i

8 1
'

14 1
,1
n
I 1
3 1
2
1
4 i
3
11
11 !
4
/
1
1,914
1,912 ! 1,898
«

1

n4
12
1
29
17
3

I.............
1
9
i
| 1,886

N on member commercial banks
56
45
6
5

28
20
6
2

52
42
7
3

67
56
4
7

99
92
5
2

127
114
2
11

84
78
1
5

66
60
2
4

243
4

233
9

214
2

185
1

151

110

92
1

68

37
34
2
166

56
61
3
104

45
49
5
113

37
32
7
108

38
17
9
87

21
18
12
3
56

25
18
8
2
38

19
9
11
2
27

-1 0
7,662

+ 3
7,460

4-1
7,299

7,181

+ 1
7,130

7,147

4-12?.
7,261

-3
7,256

Consolidations and absorptions:




)

40

I
{

66 '
54
1
11
I
61 i
4
20
9
10
3
15

J
1
1
1
i
1

S8
i

5?
4 I
75 1
I \

39 '
13 1
H I
9

4-1
7,267 ' 7,251

i
63
51 1
1 1
11 I
1
64
3 I

68
54
5
9
69
3

25 J
17
9 ;
l
2
8

33
<
)
12

j

12

7,252 1 7,25i
i

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
CLASS OF BANK AND BY CHARACTER OF CHANGE, 1941-70
1954

1953

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

All commercial banks

1969

1968

1970

-

64
64

73
73

116
116

123
123

89
89

97
97

117
117

135
135

112
112

183
183

298
298

336
336

198
198

118
118

102
102.

87
87

134
134

185
185

129
4

216
3

240
4

199
3

163
3

164
8

172
3

137
2

153
9

188
2

155
2

143
8

156
7

142
1

148
4

130

151
4

159
1

92
23
10

175
31
7

204
27
5

166
23
7

134
23
3

126
25
5

148
18
3

106
25
4

126
13
5

164
18
4

139
12
2

120
13
2

130
19

113
24
4

114
19
11

120
10

128
18
1

127
23
8

13,981

+2
13,840

13,716

13,640

+2
13,568

13,501

+ 28
13,474

13,472

+ 1
13,432 13,427

-1
13,569

-1
13,761

+ 1
-1 0
13,804 13,770

-3
13,721

+ 1
13,679

13,662

13,688

N ational banks
14
12
1
1

30
18
4
8

36
28
2
6

39
30
2
7

24
20
2
2

25
19
3
3

30
23
6
1

47
32
9
6

35
26
9

76
63
13

188
162
8
18

232
200
13
19

111
88
10
13

48
25
13
10

29
18
4
7

27
14
7
6

33
16
8
9

52
40
7
5

67

98

132
2

80
1

57
1

67
1

73

59

52
2

86

76

74
1

69
2

63

70
1

69

80
2

100
1

54
9

80
14
1

65
10
1

45
8

56
9

64
7

40
10

44
5

72
8

55
7
1

48
6

53
11

54
3

42
5

53
7

3

3

1

i

3

6

2

9

63
3
1
1
5

53
7

4

115
10
1
1
3

7

2
7

5

12

28

39

4,856

+ 1
4,789

-1
4,692

4,651

+ 2
4,620

4,578

+7
4,542

4,758

4,716

4,669

4,621

4,530

13
4,513

4,503

4,615

4,773

4,815

-1
4,799

3

State m ember banks
20
to
10

18
6
12

21
4
16
1

16
6
10

10
3
7

9
2
7

9
4
5

12
5
7

7
2
5

9
4
5

7
3
4

8
3
4
1

5
4
1

11
5
4
2

4
3
1

4
1
3

13
7
3
3

8
8

23
1

34

42

56

48
1

48

52

58

50
1

64

58

49

51

66

42
1

55

73
]

63

14
3

22
4

34
4

26
6

25
5

27
2

31
5

26
2

14
3

17
1

18
3

12
4

7
1

17
5

15
3

4
4

2
2

2
13

3
15

27
3
1
6
15

19
5

1
4

36
3
1
2
14

9
25

4
« 16

3
« 25

8
22

13
19

io
23

13
32

4
21

7
40

8
42

7
38

4-1
1,884

1,868

+ 1
1,848

1,808

1,770

1,731

1,688

1,642 ■ 1,599

1,544

1,493

1,452

1,406

1,351

1,313

1,262

1,202

1,147

Nonm em ber commercial banks
50
42
4
4

56
49
3
4

89
84
3
2

104
87
3
14

82
66
3
13

92
76
1
15

107
90
2
15

132
98
9
25

101
84
1
16

147
116
6
25

168
133
13
22

157
5
19

136
106
7
23

127
88
7
32

107
81
5
21

124
72
12
40

181
111
28
42

214
137
39
38

59
3

115
3

96
2

99
2

85
1

78
18

76
3

76
2

82
6

87
2

86
2

81
7

90
5

81
1

74
2

74

91
1

85

24
11
10
1
10

73
13
6
8
12

55
13
4
6
16

65
10
5
7
10

63
9
3
2
7

45
11
•4
3
7

57
8
2
1
5

47
10
4
6
7

55
6
5
5
5

61
5
4
10
5

58
3
1
18
4

43
7
1
19
4

60
11

49
4
11
7
1

59
6

13
1

47
15
4
10
4

6
3

69
8
1
9
3

59
13
8
5

—1
7,241

+ 1
7,183

7,176

7,181

7,178

7,192

+ 21
7,244

7,300

+ 1
7,320

7,380

-1
7,461

-1
7,536

+ 1
7,583

-9
7,620

-3
7,650

+ 1
7,701

7,791

7,920

° C orrected.
1 Includes involuntary liquidation o f one bank.




133

N ote.— F igures include private banks. Reopenings o f suspended banks
are included in “ Unclassified” category.

41

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
1.8

NUMBER OF BANKS ON THE PAR LIST AND NOT ON THE PAR LIST,
[lincl of

F . R. district and class o f bank

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

’

All districts:
11,543
6,619
4,924
N o t on par list (nonm cm ber)......... 2,731

11,552
6,814
4,738
2,445

11,876
6,884
4,992
2,133

11,957
6,894
5,063
2,086

12,037
6,917
5,120
2,041

12,06t
6,912
5,149
2,011

12,178
6,887
5 291
1,873

12,162
6,868
5,294
1,853

12,158
6,835
5,323
1,829

12,122
6,792
5,330
1,820

12,085
6,737
5,348
1,801

508
348
160

504
346
158

503
347
156

495
340
155

490
336
154

493
336
157

495
336
159

485
329
156

475
325
150

471
323
148

469
321
148

464
316
148

992
797
195

987
799
188

976
806
170

964
816
148

955
814
141

936
801
135

926
797
129

908
783
125

894
768
126

873
751
122

858
737
121

837
720
117

814
700
114

883
659
224

873
652
221

862
646
216

858
647
211

851
647
204

846
649
197

844
647
197

841
645
196

836
640
196

835
639
196

829
632
197

820
621
199

799
607
192

1,211
673
538
2

1,195
685
510
2

1,183
707
476
2

1,180
710
470
1

1,177
721
456

1,168
722
446

1,145
710
435

1,134
704
430

1,125
700
425

1,117
693
424

1,106
685
421

1,090
673
417

1,065
652
413

722
447
275
289

722
460
262
288

724
465
259
284

733
468
265
274

756
472
284
249

785
475
310
228

790
475
315
220

798
478
320
211

804
479
325
208

804
477
327
203

812
477
335
196

812
477
335
193

814
477
337
193

399
317
82
704

405
318
87
693

400
316
84
696

408
316
92
696

489
325
164
626

516
331
185
628

547
340
207
619

557
346
211
626

577
351
226
611

596
353
243
601

618
355
263
599

630
360
270
594

642
363
279
589

2,237
899
1,338
220

2,226
925
1,301
215

2,349
953
1,396
86

2,361
969
1,392
71

2,396
995
1,401
62

2,416
999
1,417
57

2,428
1,000
1,428
56

2,434
1,003
1,431
54

2,490
1,001
1,489

2,487
1,005
1,482

2,483
1,009
1,474

2,476
1,005
1,471

2,480
1,011
1,469

1,058
437
621
443

New York:

11,501
6,738
4,763
2,529

509
347
162

Boston:

11,422
6,679
4,743
2,710

1,035
450
585
446

1,051
456
595
413

1,073
475
598
387

1,093
490
603
366

1,111
495
616
356

1,115
495
620
352

1,126
495
631
343

1,135
496
639
337

1,134
496
638
336

1,139
495
644
325

1,140
493
647
323

1,144
493
651
316

567
452
115
716

557
454
103
718

555
454
101
715

566
467
99
702

588
472
116
685

592
470
122
680

609
475
134
669

620
476
144
658

678
478
200
600

677
477
200
598

677
476
201
597

676
476
200
600

677
472
205
598

1,646
741
905
176

1,608
744
864
173

1,593
741
852
167

1,590
749
841
164

1,732
751
981
15

1,731
753
978
19

1,740
758
S82
11

1,740
760
980
9

1,740
756
984
9

1,749
756
993
9

1,743
751
992
9

1,745
752
993
9

1,752
753
999
7

814
573
241
152

809
570
239
149

814
575
239
143

824
580
244
136

849
585
264
120

868
595
273
113

897
613
284
110

906
618
288
109

914
623
291
108

922
630
292
106

931
633
298
103

939
634
^05
101

947
635
312
98

505
277
228
29

497
274
223
26

490
273
217
23

492
270
222
14

495
272
223
10

498
268
230
5

503
271
232
4

502
268
234
1

500
266
234

493
266
227 j

491
262
229

488
260
228

487
258
229

Philadelphia:

Cleveland:

Richmond:

N o t on pur list (nonm em ber).........
Atlanta:

N o t on par list (nonniem ber).........
Chicago:

St. Louis:

Minneapolis:

N o t on par list (nonm em ber).........
Kansas City:

N ot on par list (nonm em ber).........
D allas:

(

N o t on par list (nonm em ber).........
San Francisco:

N o t on par list (nonm em ber).........




42

MONETARY SYSTEM—SUMMARY MEASURES
BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT AND BY CLASS OF BANK, 1941-70
year]
1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

11,960
6,654
5,306
1,787

11,862
6,537
5,325
1,785

11,815
6,456
5,359
1,754

11,759
6,387
5,372
1,741

11,722
6,306
5,416
1,719

454
311
143

444
303
141

435
298
137

430
293
137

422
286
136

415
276
139

787
680
107

728
625
103

685
586
99

655
559
96

630
530
100

777
587
190

743
563
180

717
547
170

698
533
165

1,029
632
397

1,002
615
387

986
606
380

817
476
341
187

821
473
348
177

659
373
286
585

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

11,709
6,110
5,599
1,636

11,724
6,045
5,679
1,617

11,893
6,107
5,786
1,594

12,128
6,224
5,904
1,547

12,221
6,220
6,001
1,492

12,238
6,149
6,089
1,449

12,266
6,071
6,195
1,375

12,666
5,977
6,689
932

12,786
5,870
6,916
792

13,100
5,773
7,327
501

408
268
140

398
260
138

391
253
138

388
251
137

382
250
132

384
251
133

385
248
137

384
247
137

380
243
137

379
236
143

376
231
145

602
507
95

585
491
94

570
475
95

547
451
96

530
426
104

530
419
111

516
409
107

512
400
112

499
384
115

491
374
117

488
364
124

476
352
124

672
513
159

651
499
152

636
488
148

616
474
142

592
456
136

578
443
135

554
421
133

541
408
133

522
387
135

501
370
131

492
359
133

483
345
138

456
321
135

976
599
377

964
589
375

938
572
366

928
565
363

909
551
358

883
527
356

867
513
354

852
506
346

843
504
339

836
498
338

826
492
334

816
484
332

806
475
331

794
470
324

819
470
349
168

816
465
351
162

806
455
351
157

797
447
350
151

785
435
350
143

778
428
350
131

763
421
342
118

752
413
339
107

759
418
341
95

748
409
339
84

732
399
333
80

732
392
340
70

715
378
337
62

699
366
333
50

694
361
333
39

682
379
303
586

721
391
330
577

737
397
340
575

757
401
356
566

780
403
377
557

809
418
391
558

836
420
416
546

864
430
434
541

923
467
456
533

1,006
502
504
514

1,063
520
543
492

1,091
524
567
470

1,123
528
595
447

1,164
536
628
426

1,278
538
740
334

1,531
546
985
121

2,485
1,017
1,468

2,484
1,022
1,462

2,477
1,020
1,457

2,473
1,019
1,454

2,473
1,018
1,455

2,464
1,005
1,459

2,470
997
1,473

2,479
1,002
1,477

2,499
1,005
1,494

2,509
1,010
1,499

2.523
1,016
1,507

2,527
1,006
1,521

2,537
995
1,542

2,545
987
1,558

2,550
974
1,576

2,547
952
1,595

2,563
943
1,620

1,142
490
652
315

1,151
492
659
308

1,165
492
673
300

1,167
491
676
300

1,174
489
685
293

1,184
488
696
290

1,187
480
707
289

1,192
478
714
280

1,200
474
726
276

1,217
475
742
269

1,237
481
756
256

1,262
483
779
242

1,272
480
792
235

1,291
478
813
215

1,309
474
835
197

1,354
465
889
152

1,407
459
948
104

679
473
206
601

684
473
211
601

688
473
215
599

691
474
217
599

694
476
218
599

701
477
224
597

708
474
234
598

711
476
235
598

710
470
240
602

724
485
239
607

745
494
251
607

754
495
259
603

760
494
266
595

780
493
287
576

1,176
489
687
181

1,179
490
689
179

1,187
489
698
178

1,747
749
998
7

1,752
749
1,003
7

1,758
752
1,006
6

1,755
749
1,006
6

1,757
749
1,008
6

1,768
755
1,013
6

1,770
756
1,014
4

1,775
756
1,019
4

1,796
764
1,032
3

1,841
796
1,045
2

1,887
830
1,057
2

1,908
835
1,073

1,919
835
1,084

1,924
836
1,088

1,931
833
1,098

1,941
829
1,112

1,952
807
1,145

957
632
325
92

969
634
335
91

986
634
352
89

1,001
634
367
84

1,014
631
383
83

1,036
633
403
81

1,063
632
431
77

1,074
630
444
75

1,104
632
472
75

1,160
656
504
74

1,196
672
524
71

1,211
675
536
69

1,220
673
547
67

1,224
667
557
66

1,226
651
575
65

1,229
640
589
77

1,274
639
635
59

427
234
193

402
209
193
15

378
187
191
15

360
174
186
15

359
169
190
15

359
165
194
8

362
165
197
3

371
160
211
2

375
162
213
2

404
172
232
2

457
215
242
2

464
225
239
2

452
216
236
2

437
197
240
1

416
182
234
1

403
170
233

390
155
235




1959

1960

11,695 11,711
6,227
6,169
5,468
5,542
1,690. 1,672

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Section 2

MEMBER BANKS
Contents
IN T R O D U C T IO N ____________________ 47

C urrency

CHANG ES IN M E M B E R S H IP ________

B alances w ith D omestic and F oreign
B anks ______________________________ 55

48

and

C o i n ___________________ 55

CLASSIFICATION F O R R ESERV E
P U R P O S E S -------------------------------------- 49

C ash I tem s

B RA N C H REPO RTS -------------------------- 50

C ustomers ’ L iability

C LASSIFICATION O F L O A N S _______ 50

O ther A sset I t e m s ___________________ 55

CLASSIFICATION O F INV ESTM EN TS 51

N um ber

CLASSIFICATION O F D E P O S IT S _____ 51

D eposits — G e n e r a l ___________________ 56

D EM A N D DEPOSITS A D JU S T E D ------- 52

C ertified

N ET DEM AN D D E P O S IT S ___________ 52

I nterbank D e p o s it s ___________________ 56

of

in

P rocess

of

C ollection _ 55

on

A cceptances 55

B a n k s ____________________ 56

and

O ffic er s ’ C hecks ,

etc .

O TH E R ITEM S AND CHANGES IN __________B orrowings __________________________
R E PO R T IN G
L oans

and

R eserves

53

A cceptances O utstanding ___________

56

57
57

I n v es t m e n ts ----------------------- 53

O ther L iabilities ____________________ 57

F ederal R eserve B anks 54

C apital A c c o u n t s ____________________ 57

w ith




45

Tables

2.1

All M em ber Banks, Call Dates, 1939-70

2.2

A. Total Assets and Num ber of B a n k s -----------------------------------------------------60
B. T otal Liabilities -------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------62
C. Classification of Loans ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 65
D. Classification of Investm ents---------------------------------------------------------------- 67
E. Classification of D e p o sits-------------------------------------------------------------------- 70
Reserve City M ember Banks— New York City, Call Dates, 1939-70
A.
B.
C.

2.3

Total Assets and Num ber of B a n k s -----------------------------------------------------73
Total L iab ilities-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 75
Classification of L o a n s ----------------------------------------------------------------- -------78
D. Classification of Investm ents---------------------------------------------------------------- 80
E. Classification of D e p o sits_____________________________________________ 83
Reserve City Member Banks— City of Chicago, Call Dates, 1939-70
A.
B.

2.4

Total Assets and Num ber of B a n k s ---------------------------------------------- ------ 86
Total L iabilities___________________________________ ___________________ 88
C. Classification of L o a n s _______________________________________________ 91
D. Classification of Investm ents---------------------------------------------------------------- 93
E. Classification of D e p o sits_____________________________________________ 96
Reserve City Member Banks— Other, Call Dates, 1939-70

2.5

A. Total Assets and Number of B a n k s___________________________________ 99
B. Total L iabilities______________________________________________________ 101
C. Classification of L o a n s _______________________________________________ 104
D. Classification of Investm ents__________________________________________ 106
E. Classification of D e p o sits_____________________________________________ 109
Country M ember Banks, Call Dates, 1939-70
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.




Total Assets and Number of B a n k s _______________________________ _ _
Total L iabilities______________________________________________________
Classification of L o a n s _______________________________________________
Classification of Investm ents__________________________________________
Classification of D e p o sits_____________________________________________

46

112
114
117
119
122

Section 2

MEMBER BANKS

INTRODUCTION
At the end of 1970 member banks of the
Federal Reserve System held more than fourfifths of the assets of all commercial banks in
the United States. This section presents de­
tailed statistics on the condition of these mem­
ber banks: all national banks in the 50 States
and the District of Columbia, which are re­
quired by law to be members of the System,
and those State banks that have become mem­
bers upon meeting certain requirements.
“Call reports”— supplied by the banks upon
call by the supervisory authorities—are the
source of these statistics _on condition. As re­
quired by law, the Comptroller of the C ur­
rency issues calls on national banks, and the
Federal Reserve issues calls on State banks
that are members of the Federal Reserve Sys­
tem. Since the beginning of 1961 all member
banks have been required by law to submit at
least four call reports each year; however, data
for only two of the calls— the midyear and the
year-end— have been tabulated in most years.
Previously only three calls had been required,




but four were usually made. Detailed instruc­
tions issued by each supervisory authority for
preparation of call reports are identical in most
respects. Any differences in statistics resulting
from differences in instructions have been ad­
justed in the process of tabulation.
Data in this section are based on figures col­
lected by the two banking supervisory agen­
cies. Data for the period through 1968 were
published by the Board in its Summary Report
— Assets and Liabilities of M ember Banks.1
Since then the data have been shown in A s­
sets and Liabilities of Commercial and M utual
Savings Banks published by the Federal De­
posit Insurance Corporation (F D IC ). Similar
figures, in less detail, are published in the Fed­
eral Reserve Bulletin.
The tables in this section summarize the
principal assets and liabilities of member
banks on call dates for the period 1939-70.
1 U ntil 1962 th e S u m m a ry R ep o rt— A ssets and
L iabilities o f M e m b e r B a n k s w as called M e m b e r
B a n k C all R e p o rt.
•

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Member Banks
acter of demands that may be made on the
banks.
The following paragraphs describe the prin­
cipal factors that affect the comparability of
data shown in the tables in this section. The
descriptions cover the changes in classification
and content of the important balance sheet
items and indicate how the new classifications
compare with those shown for earlier years in
Banking and M onetary Statistics (1914-41).
More detailed information about the content of
individual items in the tables appears at the
end of this section.
Among the more important factors affecting
comparability of statistics relating to member
banks are changes in membership in the Fed­
eral Reserve System, changes in the classifica­
tion of banks for reserve purposes, and the
consolidation of branch reports with headoffice reports for banks operating branches.
Changes in reporting requirements also affect
comparability. Beginning with June 1969, for
example, banks were required to submit con­
solidated reports including figures for all m a­
jority-owned bank premises subsidiaries and
other significant majority-owned domestic
subsidiaries.4 Mergers and consolidations—
whether between member and nonmember
banks or between member banks having differ­
ent reserve classifications— also affect the com­
parability of the figures over time.

Table 2.1 shows data for all member banks;
Table 2.2, for reserve city banks in New York
City; Table 2.3, for reserve city banks in Chi­
cago; Table 2.4, for other reserve city banks;
and Table 2.5, for country banks. Parts A and
B of each table show major assets and liabili­
ties, respectively; Part C, a classification of
loans; Part D, a classification of investments;
and Part E, a classification of deposits. It
should be noted here that in Tables 2.2 and
2.3 the reserve classification— reserve city— is
used to denote banks in New York City and
Chicago, even though the two cities were offi­
cially “central reserve cities” until July 28,
1962, as described later.2
Statistics of loans and investments made by
banks show the volume and kinds of credit ex­
tended to different types of borrowers. These
data, together with information on reserves
and borrowings,3 indicate the liquidity of bank
assets and also, under normal conditions, the
nature of banks’ response to the credit de­
mands of their customers. On the other hand,
the amounts and types of deposits that banks
hold—whether as checking or as savings and
other time deposits—indicate the asset prefer­
ences of the various broad classifications of
customers of banks and the volume and char- B eginning N ov. 9, 1972, designation of b a n k s as
reserve city b an k s fo r re serv e-req u irem en t purposes
has been based on size of b a n k (n et d em an d deposits
of m o re th a n $400 m illio n ).
3 F o r d a ta on m em ber b a n k s’ reserves and th eir
b o rro w in g s at F e d e ral R eserve B anks, see “ M em ber
B ank R eserves and R elated Item s,” Section 10 of this
p u b licatio n .

1 C o n so lid atio n of subsidiaries raised to ta l assets
and to ta l liabilities a n d capital accounts by a n esti­
m ate d S860 m illion a t all com m ercial banks. (C o m ­
p a riso n n o t available fo r m em b e r banks.)

CHANGES IN MEMBERSHIP
Membership in the Federal Reserve System
is increased by the establishment of new na­
tional banks, by the conversion of nonmember
banks into national banks, or by admission of
State banks (new or existing) to membership.
As a result, assets of member banks increase.
Absorptions of nonmember banks by member




banks also cause total member bank assets to
increase. Conversely, member bank assets de­
cline when State member banks withdraw
from Federal Reserve membership, when na­
tional banks convert into State banks and then
withdraw from membership, or when nonmem­
ber banks absorb member banks.

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Section 2

CLASSIFICATION FOR RESERVE PURPOSES

in outlying sections of reserve cities as country
banks. Beginning with July 28, 1959, it has
had the authority to designate banks in reserve
cities—regardless of the location of the bank
within those cities—as country banks on the
basis of the character of business transacted by
the bank.
On December 31, 1941, 6 of the 7 member
banks located in the Boroughs of Brooklyn
and the Bronx of New York City were classi­
fied as reserve city banks, and all 12 members
in the Boroughs of Queens and Richmond
were classified as country banks. (One mem­
ber bank in the Borough of Brooklyn, with a
branch in the Borough of M anhattan, re­
mained a central reserve city bank.) Likewise,
there were 33 member banks in Chicago clas­
sified as reserve city banks; the remainder
were classified as central reserve city banks.,
(No bank in Chicago was classified as a coun­
try bank.) There were 48 member banks in 17
other reserve cities that were classified as
country banks at the end of 1941. The banks
thus reclassified were relatively small, typically
neighborhood banks.

Under the National Bank Act, national
banks were permitted to carry some of their
reserves with other national banks in certain
designated cities, and the banks in these re­
serve cities in turn were required to hold
somewhat larger reserves than other banks.
Differentials in reserve requirements for var­
ious classes of banks were also required by the
Federal Reserve Act. The requirements were
generally higher for banks that were located
in large financial centers than for those in
small centers.5
The Federal Reserve Act also gave the
Board of Governors authority—previously
possessed by the Comptroller of the Currency
—to classify cities for reserve purposes. Until
July 28, 1962, banks could be classified as
(1) central reserve city banks; (2) reserve
city banks; or (3 ) other banks, generally re­
ferred to as country banks. Pursuant to the
amendments to the Federal Reserve Act
passed in 1959, the Board’s authority to clas­
sify or reclassify cities as central reserve cities
was term inated effective July 28, 1962. From
time to time the Board has changed its desig­
nations of cities as central reserve and reserve
cities.6
N ot all banks in central reserve cities were
necessarily classified as central reserve city
banks, and not all banks in reserve cities were
classified as reserve city banks. Until July 28,
1959, the Board had authority to designate
banks in outlying sections of central reserve
cities either as reserve city banks or as country
banks. It also had authority to designate banks

On December 31, 1970, there were 12
member banks located in the five Boroughs of
New York City that were classified as country
banks. The only banks classified as reserve city
banks were located in the Borough of M anhat­
tan, and there were 11 such banks. In Chicago
there were 43 member banks classified as
country banks and only 9 classified as reserve
city banks. There were 257 member banks in
40 other reserve cities classified as country
banks at the end of 1970. Banks that have
been reclassified as country banks are the
smaller banks in their respective reserve cities,
and the character of business transacted by
these banks is unlike that generally transacted
by reserve city banks.

5 F o r c h an g es in reserve re q u ire m e n ts b y classes
of b a n k s d u rin g th e p eriod J u n e 21, 1917-D ec. 31,
1970, see T ab le 10.4 in Section 10 o f this p u b lic a ­
tion.
6 A co m p lete list of changes in c en tral reserv e city
and reserve city designations, 1914-70, is given in
T ab le 10.5 in S ection 10 o f this p ublication.




49

Member Banks

BRANCH REPORTS
However, for the tabulations herein, the assets
and liabilities of such branches are not consoli­
dated with the assets and liabilities of the par­
ent bank, as is done in the case of domestic
branches. Instead, only the net amount due
from or to each such branch is reflected in the
parent bank’s report among “other assets” and
“other liabilities,” as discussed later.7 A t the
end of 1970, 81 member banks had in active
operation a total of 536 branches in 66 foreign
countries and overseas areas of the United
States.

Call reports submitted by a member bank
operating branches reflect the consolidated
condition of the bank and all of its domestic
branches regardless of location. The reports are
always tabulated according to the location and
reserve classification of the parent bank, even
if the branches are located in communities dis­
tant from the parent bank and outside the re­
serve city. However, if a bank that would nor­
mally be classified as a country bank maintains
an office in a reserve city, that bank may be
classified as a reserve city bank; if so, totals
for all of its offices are included in the reserve
city figures.

7 Beginning with June 1969, banks with foreign
operations were required to publish a report of con­
dition consolidating foreign branches and significant
majority-owned foreign subsidiaries with the bank’s
domestic operations. These consolidated figures are
not included in the summary statistics as are the fig­
ures on domestic operations.

M ember banks that operate one or more
branches in foreign countries or in U.S. de­
pendencies and insular possessions must sub­
mit a separate report for each such branch.

CLASSIFICATION OF LOANS
In the call report for December 31, 1938, a
new classification of loans based more on pur­
pose of loan than on type of collateral was
adopted.8 This classification provided informa­
tion on commercial and industrial loans, agri­
cultural loans, and loans for the purpose of
purchasing or carrying securities made to oth­
ers than brokers and dealers. The new classifi­
cation substantially reduced the total for
“other loans,” which then reflected principally
consumer loans to individuals. As of Decem­
ber 31, 1942, the figures for “other loans”
were broken down into “other loans to indi­
viduals” (4 categories) and “other.” The cate­
gories of “other loans to individuals” that be­
came available then were types of instalment

loans, for which figures had been reported on
separate schedules for several years. Beginning
with the June 10, 1959, call date, loans to
“other” financial institutions were reported
separately for the first time. Loans to such in­
stitutions had previously been reported largely
against “commercial and industrial loans” and
“other loans.”
Continuity of some of these loan categories
was broken beginning December 31, 1965,
when Federal funds sold were excluded from
some of the loan categories and reported sepa­
rately and again on June 30, 1967, when secu­
rities purchased under resale agreement were
also broken out and reported separately.9
Beginning with June 30, 1966, two types of

8 For a more detailed description of the classifica­
tion of loans prior to 1938, see Banking and M one­
tary Statistics (1914-41), pp. 63, 64, 67, and 68.

9 For further information on Federal funds sold
and securities purchased under resale agreement, see
discussion on p. 54 and footnote 16 of this section.




50

Section 2

i

“other securities.” It is estimated that for all
commercial banks (not just member banks)
these changes increased the total for “other se­
curities” by about $1 billion.

loans— (1) loans to farmers directly guaran­
teed by the Commodity Credit Corporation
and (2) Export-Import Bank portfolio fund
participations—were reclassified from loans to

CLASSIFICATION OF INVESTMENTS
The breakdown of investments other than
U.S. Government securities into major types
that was used in the tables in Banking and
M onetary Statistics (1914-41) has been re­
placed with totals for holdings of (1) State and
local government issues, (2 ) other bonds, notes,
and debentures— with separate figures for Fed­
eral agency issues and for other issues beginning
with 196110— and (3) corporate stock through
mid-1965. After that such stock is combined
with “other” under “other bonds, notes, and
debentures.” Beginning June 1969, certain in­
vestments in subsidiaries, formerly classified
as “other securities,” are eliminated in the
consolidation process.

Since October 1928, figures have been avail­
able separately for (1) U.S. Government secu­
rities, by type of security, and (2) other
securities. During World W ar II banks’ hold­
ings of U.S. Government securities grew much
faster than their holdings of other securities,
and such holdings represented a much larger
proportion of the banks’ total investments than
before the war. In the postwar period, how­
ever, holdings of U.S. Government securities
declined somewhat whereas holdings of other
securities rose at a rapid rate. At the end of
1970, as the tables in this section indicate,
holdings of the latter group accounted for 60
per cent of the securities portfolios of member
banks. The data in this section also show hold­
ings of U.S. Government securities in four m a­
turity groups.

10 Including certain guaranteed loans and portfolio
fund participations beginning June 30, 1966, as noted
above under “classification of loans.”

CLASSIFICATION OF DEPOSITS
Deposit figures on a substantially compara­
ble basis have been reported for the following
principal classes: interbank, U.S. Government
and postal savings, other demand, and other
time. Beginning with October 3, 1928, figures
have been available for various types of de­
mand and time deposits: interbank (classified
into domestic and foreign); U.S. Government;
State and local government; certified and
officers’ checks; and individuals, partnerships,
and corporations (IP C ),
Beginning with April 12, 1961, the deposit
schedule was revised to provide the following
new items: (1) demand and time deposits




due to mutual savings banks; (2) savings de­
posits, in the time category; and (3) demand
and time deposits due to foreign governments
and official institutions. Demand and time de­
posits due to mutual savings banks had pre­
viously been reported with other domestic in­
terbank accounts, and deposits in the new
“foreign official” category had previously been
reported largely as foreign interbank acounts.11

11A breakdown of IPC demand and time deposits
of savings and loan associations was obtained for the
period Dec. 31, 1965, to Dec. 31, 1968, but these fig­
ures are not shown separately here.

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Member Banks

DEMAND DEPOSITS ADJUSTED
and deposits due to foreign commercial banks,
also previously excluded, accounted for $951
million. The reclassification of a large part of
the S654 million of demand deposits that for­
eign official institutions held in U.S. banks ac­
counted for most of the remainder; of that
about $560 million had previously been classi­
fied as foreign commercial bank deposits, and
$50 million as domestic interbank. Accordingly,
less than $50 million of foreign official deposits
had been included in deposits of individuals,
partnerships, and corporations, and therefore
in the total for demand deposits adjusted.
Cash items in process of collection have al­
ways been deducted from gross demand depos­
its to eliminate, insofar as practicable, the
counting of deposits by both the bank on
which checks are drawn and the bank in which
they have been deposited. This double count­
ing arises because banks give their depositors
credit for the checks that they deposit before
the checks are actually collected. Thus until
the checks reach the drawee banks and arc
charged to drawees’ deposit accounts, both the
drawers and the drawees have the same funds
—according to the banks’ reports.

The tables showing principal liabilities of
member banks (P art B ) include a memo­
randum item on “demand deposits adjusted.”
This demand deposits adjusted figure is de­
signed to measure the resources of a commu­
nity on deposit with banks and readily
available for use.
Until early in 1961 demand deposits ad­
justed had represented gross demand deposits
less: (1) all interbank deposits (commercial
and mutual savings bank, domestic and for­
eign) ; (2) U.S. Government deposits; and (3)
cash items in process of collection. But begin­
ning with April 12, 1961, a new concept was
adopted. This concept includes all demand de­
posits except those of the U.S. Government
and of domestic commercial banks, and it ex­
cludes cash items in process of collection.
As a result of these changes in concept, and
of certain reclassifications of data, described
below, demand deposits adjusted were about
$2.2 billion higher on. April 12, 1961, than
they would have been under the previous con­
cept and classification. Demand deposits due
to mutual savings banks, previously excluded,
accounted for $654 million of the increase,

NET DEMAND DEPOSITS
A nother memorandum item on deposits
that appears in the tables on principal
liabilities is net demand deposits, which are
the amounts of deposits subject to reserve re­
quirements according to the definition of the
term “net demand deposits” in effect on the
particular call date.1- Inasmuch as the defini­
tion of the term has been changed from time
to time, principally because of changes in law
12 M em b er b an k s m ak e re p o rts of deposits a t reg­
u la r in te rv als fo r th e p u rp o se of com puting th e re ­
serves re q u ire d b y law as described in Section 10 of
this pu b licatio n .




52

and regulations, the series is not fully compa­
rable throughout the period back to 1914.
After the Banking Act of 1935, and through
January 28, 1964, net demand deposits were
defined as the excess of all demand deposits,
including deposits due to other banks and the
U.S. Government, over cash items in process
of collection and demand balances due from
other banks except (1) Federal Reserve
Banks, (2) foreign banks or branches thereof,
(3) foreign branches of domestic banks, and
(4) private banks. In April 1943 an amend­
ment to the law exempted U.S. Government

Section 2

war loan deposit accounts from reserve re­
quirements; this exemption expired 6 months
after the cessation of hostilities.1
3

In December 1959 the Board changed the
definition of demand deposits to exclude drafts
drawn upon, or other authorizations to charge,
a member bank’s reserve account at the Fed­
13 For description of the composition of net de­
eral Reserve Bank. Effective January 29,
mand deposits for earlier years and of the effect on
different classes of banks of the change in composi­
1964, it ruled that balances due from private
tion prescribed by the Banking Act of 1935, see
(unincorporated) banks are an allowable de­
Banking and Monetary Statistics (1 9 14-41) pp. 65
duction for the computation of deposits for re­
and 66. And for the principal changes in the defini­
tion of “due to banks” and of changes in the com­
serve purposes. (The law has never permitted
position of “due from banks” up to the passage of
banks to make deductions from time deposits
the Banking Act o f 1935, see pp. 66 and 67 of that
in computing required reserves.)
publication.

OTHER ITEMS AND CHANGES IN REPORTING
are shown gross—that is, without deduction of
valuation reserves—rather than net of such re­
serves as they had been shown before. This
raised total loans by $4,588 million and total
securities by SI67 million.
In most years breakdowns of loans and in­
vestments are available only for the June and
December calls. However, beginning with the
fall of 1950 and continuing through the spring
LOANS AND INVESTM ENTS
of 1963, breakdowns are available for the
spring and autumn calls as well as for June and
Prior to June 30, 1969, both total loans and
December.
total investments are shown at net book value—
Figures for commercial loans include open
that is, less charge-offs and valuation re­
market paper. Figures for other loans to indi­
serves. Overdrafts are included in the loan fig­
viduals—broken down into (1) instalment,
ures. Beginning with June 30, 1948, figures for
with separate figures for retail auto, other re­
various loan items are shown gross (that is,
tail, repair and modernization, and other, and
before deduction of valuation reserves); they
(2) single-payment—are shown separately be­
do not add to the total and are not entirely
ginning with December 31, 1942. These were
comparable with prior figures. Similarly, begin­
all previously a part of “other loans.”
ning with December 31, 1965, the components
Beginning with June 10, 1959, the call re­
of U.S. Government securities are shown at
port schedule was revised to segregate loans to
par value rather than at book value; they do
nonbank financial institutions. The major com­
not add to the total and are not entirely com­
ponents of the new loan item are: (1) loans
parable with earlier data.
to sales finance companies, factors, etc., and to
Beginning June 30, 1969, figures for total
mortgage companies and other real estate
loans, total securities (and components), total
lenders—practically all of which had been in­
assets, and total liabilities and capital accounts
cluded in “commercial and industrial loans” ;
and (2) loans to personal finance and loan
14 For details concerning the composition of items companies, to savings and loan and similar as­
before 1939, see Banking and M onetary Statistics
sociations, and to insurance companies—prac­
(1914-41) pp 67-71.
The following paragraphs describe the com­
position of various asset and liability items for
member banks for the period beginning with
1939, as shown in the tables in this section.
The general nature of the item is indicated, and
changes in the form of the call report affecting
the item are noted.14




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tically all of which had been included in
“other loans.” 15
Federal funds sold were reported separately
on the call report beginning with December
31, 1965. Previously they had been included
largely in “loans to banks,” with smaller
amounts included in “loans for purchasing and
carrying securities” and in “other loans.” 16
Similarly, figures for securities purchased
under agreement to resell were reported sepa­
rately beginning June 30, 1967. Prior to that
time they too had been reported in “loans,”
primarily in “loans to banks.” (In the tables
here the combined totals of Federal funds sold
and of securities purchased under agreement
to resell are shown in the notes to Part C, which
appear at the end of Table 2.5 E.)
Holdings of foreign securities, shown as a
separate total in Banking and Monetary Statis­
tics (1914-41) are included in “other bonds,
notes, and debentures” or in “corporate
stock.” Holdings of Federal Reserve Bank
stock likewise are not shown separately. Secu­
rities of Federal agencies and corporations, re­
ported separately for the first time in June
1961, are included here with “other bonds,
notes, and debentures.” “Corporate stock” in­
cludes shares in savings and loan associations.

ber 1, 1959, banks were authorized to count
part of their vault cash (currency and coin) as
legal reserves, and after November 23, 1960,
to count all of it. In the data presented here
the two components of member bank reserves
are shown separately. There is a general re­
quirement that reserve balances reported by
member banks should consist of collected
funds as shown by the member banks’ books.
Some member banks, however, particularly the
smaller ones, do not make a distinction on
their books between cash items in process of
collection and collected funds. Consequently,
to some extent the amount of reserves with
Reserve Banks as reported by member banks
may exceed the amounts shown on the books
of the Reserve Banks.
Other differences in reporting, however,
tend to make the amounts of reserves reported
by the member banks smaller than the
amounts shown by the Reserve Banks. Many
member banks reduce their reserve balances,
as shown on their books, as soon as they draw
drafts on the Reserve Banks or authorize
charges to their reserve accounts in payment
of checks received from the Reserve Banks for
collection and remittance—although the R e­
serve Banks do not make such charges until
receipt of the drafts or authorizations.
A similar result arises from the fact that the
RESERVES W ITH FED ER A L RESERVE
Reserve Banks credit the reserve accounts of
BANKS
member banks with the proceeds of notes and
other noncash items upon collection thereof,
Between mid-1917 and December 1959 the
although member banks are not in position to
item “reserve with Federal Reserve Banks”
make corresponding entries on their books
represented a bank’s total reserve balance with
until notified that collection has been made.
its Reserve Bank, and each member bank had
This lack of synchronization of entries on the
to satisfy its legal reserve requirements entirely
books of the Federal Reserve Banks and of
out of these balances. Beginning with Decemthe member banks accounts for the difference
10 The remainder ($1 million) of the $5,277 mil­ between aggregate reserve balances as tabu­
lion involved in the reclassification had been included
lated from member bank call reports and as
in “loans to banks.” For a reconciliation of loans
shown by the books of the Federal Reserve
outstanding on June 10, 1959, see Federal Reserve
Bulletin for January 1960, p. 12.
Banks. For example, as of December 31,
18 The term “Federal funds” refers to credit bal­ 1970, member banks reported $23,319 million
ances with Federal Reserve Banks, which may be
of reserve balances, compared with $24,150
purchased by member banks from one another, or
from nonmcmber institutions maintaining clearing ac­
million shown on the books of the Reserve
counts with Federal Reserve Banks, usually on a
Banks (Table 9.1 of Section 9 of this publica­
day-to-day basis, for the purpose of replenishing re­
tion).
serves.




54

Section 2

and payable immediately upon presentation in
the United States—including checks with Fed­
eral Reserve Banks in process of collection
and checks on hand that will be presented for
payment through the clearing house on the fol­
lowing business day. Included are Government
checks and warrants drawn on the Treasurer of
the United States in process of collection, and
such other items in process of collection as are
payable immediately upon presentation in the
United States. Savings bonds on hand are re­
ported as cash items in process of collection if
the reporting bank’s practice is to forward
them for collection at least every other day.
Cash items in process of collection may be
viewed either as cash or as a deduction from
deposits. It is in the latter sense that the item
is used in computing net demand deposits and
demand deposits adjusted, as described earlier.
It should be noted here that many banks do not
make a distinction on their books between (1)
collected balances due either from Federal R e­
serve Banks or from other banks and (2)
checks in process of collection, but rather re­
port all as balances. In that event figures for
cash items in process of collection are under­
stated. The amount of understatement probably
is not large, however, and the fluctuations may
be unimportant.

CURREN CY AND COIN
“Currency and coin,” designated by the term
“cash in vault” in Banking and Monetary Sta­
tistics (1914—
41), consists of all U.S. coin and
currency held in a bank’s vault, including cur­
rency and coin in transit to or from Federal
Reserve Banks. As already indicated, member
banks have been able to count all of their
vault cash as legal reserves since November
23, 1960.

BALANCES W ITH DOM ESTIC AND
F O R E IG N BANKS
Statistics for balances with domestic banks
represent demand and time balances with
banks in the United States; they include such
balances with U.S. branches of both foreign
banks and foreign agencies.
Balances with foreign banks represent de­
m and and time balances with banks in foreign
countries and balances with foreign branches
of other U.S. banks. (Net balances due from
or to their own branches in foreign countries
or in overseas areas of the United States are
included in “other assets” and “other liabili­
ties,” respectively.) Reciprocal balances with
foreign banks and their branches are always
reported gross, whereas those with domestic
banks are reported net.

CUSTOMERS’ LIA B ILITY ON
ACCEPTANCES

CASH ITEM S IN PROCESS OF
COLLECTION

The item “customers’ liability on accept­
ances” consists of the aggregate liabilities to a
bank of its customers on outstanding drafts
and bills of exchange that have been accepted
by the bank or by other banks for its account
and that are outstanding—that is, not held by
the bank; if the acceptances are held by the
bank, they are required to be reported as loans
and discounts.

Cash items in process of collection represent
the amounts that banks have credited to de­
positors’ accounts but have not yet collected
from the banks on which the deposited checks
were drawn.1
7
The item consists of checks in process of
collection—drawn on any banking institution
17 Checks for which deposit credit has been given
are charged back to depositors’ accounts if collection
is not effected. Moreover, banks generally do not
permit depositors to draw on deposits for which
credit has been given in advance of actual collection
of the checks.




O TH E R ASSET ITEM S
Beginning in June 1964 several changes
were made in classifications of other items on

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posit liabilities.1^ Usually, however, the series
for both total demand and total time deposits
are the same as those shown for later years of
the period covered by Banking and Monetary
Statistics (1 9 1 4 -4 1 ). Since that book was pub­
lished, there have been a few changes in the
detail reported for types of deposits. Among
time deposits, figures for deposits of “indi­
viduals, partnerships, and corporations” broken
down between savings and time deposits were
not available for the period 1939-60. How­
ever, on the basis of the breakdown for years
beginning with 1961, it can be assumed that
the figures before 1961 represent mainly sav­
ings deposits.
Beginning with June 30, 1942, reciprocal
bank balances have been excluded from demand
balances with banks in the United States.

the balance sheet. The earlier classifications
and the changes are discussed below.
Before June 1964 the item “bank premises,
etc.” included the net book value— that is, less
charge-offs and depreciation reserves—of (1)
premises actually owned by the bank and oc­
cupied by it or its branches, if any, (2) lease­
hold improvements, and (3) furniture and
fixtures owned. And “other real estate”
represented the net book value of all real es­
tate owned other than bank premises, and in­
vestments and other assets indirectly represent­
ing bank premises or real estate—that is,
amounts of stocks and bonds indirectly repre­
senting real estate and the amount of loans,
contracts of sale, or other assets indirectly rep­
resenting bank premises or other real estate.
Beginning June 1964 the categories “bank
premises, etc.” and “other real estate” were
combined into an item designated in the call
report as “fixed assets.” Beginning with the
December 1967 call, however, the two items
are again shown separately.
“Other assets” is a residual item. It includes
income accrued but not collected, expenses
prepaid, cash items not in process of collec­
tion, net amounts due from branches in for­
eign countries and in overseas areas of the
United States, and suspense debits.

C ER TIFIED AND O FFICERS’
CHECKS, ETC,
The demand deposit item “certified and
officers' checks, etc.” represents chiefly the lia­
bility of the bank on (1) checks certified but
not yet presented for payment and (2) checks
drawn on the bank by its officers but not yet
presented for payment. It also includes out­
standing letters of credit and travelers’ checks
sold for cash by the reporting bank or its
agent.

N UM BER O F BANKS
The figures for number of banks shown in
Part A of each table represent the number of
member banks in active operation that submit­
ted condition reports as of the respective call
dates. They exclude inactive banks that may
not have been formally terminated through
voluntary liquidation, or suspension, and that
consequently may be included in other pub­
lished series of existing banks.

INTERBANK DEPOSITS
There have been a number of changes in
the reporting of interbank deposits. Beginning
with December 31, 1938, all member banks
reported their reciprocal interbank balances on
a gross basis; before that date, these deposits
had not been reported on a uniform basis. Be­
ginning with June 30, 1942, such balances
with domestic banks were reported on a net
basis. The effect of this change was to reduce
reported balances due from banks and re­
ported balances due to banks by approxi-

DEPOSITS—GEN ERA L
Since 1939 the Board has ruled a few times
on whether specific liabilities were, in fact, de­




1S For .specific rulings, readers may refer to the
Federal Reserve Bulletin.

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Section 2

ACCEPTANCES OUTSTANDING

mately $600 million each. Certified and
officers’ checks, dividend checks, and letters of
credit and travelers’ checks sold for cash were
regarded during various periods as deposits
“due to banks” for reserve purposes, but in
the tables presented here, they are excluded
from interbank deposits.
From time to time questions have been pre­
sented as to whether certain kinds of financial
institutions were “banks” within the meaning
of Section 19 of the Federal Reserve Act,
which relates to reserve requirements, or
within the meaning of some other provision of
law. In 1928, for example, the Board ruled
that deposits of M orris Plan banks and mutual
savings banks should be classified as demand
deposits due to banks,19 but that deposits of
building and loan associations should not be so
classified. In 1935, the Board ruled that the
term “banks” as used in Section 19 did not in­
clude private banks, but in 1964 it revoked its
1935 ruling, and beginning January 29 of that
year private banks have been classified as
banks for reporting purposes. These and other
such rulings had some effect on the amounts
reported as due to and due from banks, but no
attempt has been made to obtain any statistics
on the effect of these rulings on reported fig­
ures, and there is no reason to think that the
comparability of the series has been affected
materially.

The principal components of “other liabili­
ties,” a residual item, on December 31, 1970,
were net amounts due to own branches in for­
eign countries and in overseas areas of the
United States, expenses accrued and unpaid,
income collected but not earned, dividends de­
clared but not yet payable, securities bor­
rowed, and suspense credits and miscellaneous
liabilities. The composition of the item has
changed from time to time, partly as a result
of rulings on whether certain transactions re­
sulted in deposit liabilities or in other liabilities,
as already mentioned. The rapid growth in
other liabilities that began in 1966 reflected in
part increases in large banks’ liabilities to their
own foreign branches as these banks obtained
funds from the Euro-dollar market through
their foreign branches.

BORROWINGS

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS

Figures for borrowings represent the total
amount borrowed by a bank from all sources
on its own promissory notes, on notes and bills
rediscounted, and on any other instruments
given for the purpose of borrowing money; the
figures also include Federal funds purchased
and, since December 1957, loans and securi­
ties sold under repurchase agreement.20

The capital accounts shown in the tables on
liabilities are common stock, preferred stock,
surplus, undivided profits, and reserves for
contingencies.
The figures for preferred stock are the total
par value of such stock, plus the face amounts
of capital notes and debentures issued by
member banks.
The figures for common stock are obtained
by deducting figures for preferred stocks, as
described above, from the total of common
stock, preferred stock, and capital notes and
debentures.

The item “acceptances outstanding” repre­
sents the amount of outstanding drafts and
bills of exchange accepted by a reporting bank
or by other banks acting as agents for the re­
porting banks, less own acceptances acquired
by the reporting bank through discount or pur­
chase.

OTHER LIABILITIES

19 Deposits of mutual savings banks were included
with domestic interbank deposits until early 1961.
20 Monthly figures o f borrowings by member banks
at Federal Reserve Banks are shown, by class of
bank, in Table 10.2 of Section 10 of this publication.




57

Member Banks

tirement account under a plan for retirement
of preferred stock or capital notes and deben­
tures contained in a bank’s articles of associa­
tion or agreement, under which such preferred
stock or capital notes and debentures were is­
sued. Also included are amounts set aside for
possible or unforeseen decrease or shrinkage in
the book value of assets, or for other unfore­
seen or indeterminate liabilities not otherwise
reflected on a bank’s books not covered by in­
surance.

“Surplus” and “undivided profits” are the
amounts formally transferred to these accounts
up to the respective call dates, but no amount
reported as “book” surplus or undivided prof­
its was included as such if such transfer im­
paired the capital stock.
“Reserves for contingencies” include (1 ) re­
serves for dividends payable in common stock,
(2) reserves for other undeclared dividends,
and for accrued interest on capital notes and
debentures, and (3) amounts set aside in a re­




58

MEMBER

2.1 ALL MEMBER BANKS
A.

TOTAL ASSETS AND NUMBER OF BANKS
[Assets in millions o f dollars]

Loans and invest ments

i

Balances with—

nvestments
Call date

Total
assets
Total

Loans
Total

U.S. j
Govt. , Other
securities j securities

Reserve
with
F. R.
Banks

Currency
and
coin

Domes- '
tic
j Foreign
banks
banks

Bank
i prem| ises,
etc.

, O ther
V real
j estate

I

C ash
items

|

1939--M ar. 29...............
June 30...............
Oct. 2 ...............
Dec. 30...............

49,645
51,908
54,401
55,361

32,095
32,603
33,075
33,941

13,047
13,141
13,470
13,962

19,048
19,462
19,605
19,979

13,351
13,777
13,810
14,328

5,697
5,685
5,794
5,651

9,112
10,011
11,617
11,604

777
712
774
841

4,403
4,674
5,304
5,506

I
!
!
,
I
1

46
43
40
24

i
1,481 j
2,183
1,921
1,807

1940— Mar. 26...............
June 29...............
Dec. 31...............

56,233
57,846
62,658

34,163
34,451
37,126

13,939
13,969
15,321

20,224
20,482
21,805

14,421
14,722
15,823

5,803
5,761
5,982

12,279
13,751
13,992

862
789
991

5,634 !
5,751 j
6,185 1

23
16
11

1,562 1
1,523 j
2,784 1

922 1
917 .
914

1941—
-Apr. 4 ...............
June 30...............
Sept. 24...............
Dec. 31...............

63,088
64,857
66,497
68,121

38,983
40,659
41,943
43,521

15,878
16,729
17,546
18,021

23,104
23,930
24,397
25,500

16,988
18,078
18,338
19,539

6,116
5,852
6,059
5,961

13,531
12,959
13,246
12,396

837
999
1,061
1,087

6,340 1
6,293 j
6,562
6,246 j

7
10
7
'»

1,796
2,429
2,147
3,383

i
j
»
j

1942--Apr. 4 ...............
June 30...............
Dec. 31...............

67,458
69,946
84,917

44,287
46,800
59,263

17,834
16,928
16,088

26,453
29,872
43,175

20,449
24,098
37,546

6,004
5,774
5,629

12,725
12,295
13,072

884
1,022
1,019

6,271 ,j
5,770 1
6,147 j

1943--June 30...............
Oct. 18...............
Dec. 31...............

90,821
102,085
99,372

67,155
78,112
74,258

14,823
17,716
16,288

52,332
60,397
57,970

46,980
55,255
52,948

5,353
5,142
5,022

12,093
12,128
12,835

1,142
1,150
1,132

5,579
5,789
5,450

II
12
13
19
18
20

1944— Apr. 13...............
June 30...............
Dec. 30...............

101,943
108,684
118,706

78,027
83,587
91,569

16,135
18,084
18,676

61,892
65,503
72,893

56,771
60,339
67,685

5,121
5,164
5,208

12,497
12,813
14,261

1,265
1,143
1,271

5,266 |
5,799 |!
6,354 j

1945--M ar. 20...............
June 30...............
Dec. 31...............

117,081
126,436
138,304

90,524
99,426
107,183

17,219
20,588
22,775

73,305
78,838
84,408

67,915
73,239
78,338

5,389
5*599
6,070

14,605
14,807
15,811

1,365
1,150
1,438

1946- June 29...............
Sept. 30........
Dec. 31...............

131,400
128,781
127,241

102,032
99,706
96,362

23,302
24,775
26,696

78,729
74,931
69,666

72,272
68,232
63,042

6,458
6,699
6,625

16,001
15,792
16,015

1947=-June 30...............
Oct. 6 ...............
Dcc. 31...............

124,797
128,290
132,060

94,802
97,328
97,846

28,655
30,738
32,628

66,146
66,590
65,218

59,198
59,288
57,914

6,948
7,302
7,304

1948--A pr. 12...............
June 30...............
Dec. 31...............

126,675
127,297
131,392

95,896
95,449
95,616

33,062
33,871
36,060

62,834
61,578
59,556

55,364
54,139
52,154

1949--A pr. 11..............
June 30...............
Nov. 1..............
Dec. 31...............

126,350
127,259
131,605
134,431

93,835
95,315
100,888
101,528

34,905
34,456
35,565
36,230

58,930
60,859
65,323
65,297

1950=-A pr. 24...............
June 30...............
Oct. 4 ...............
Dec. 30..............

131,032
133,742
136,176
144,660

101,521
102,745
104,367
107,424

36,785
37,658
41,612
44,705

64,736
65,087
62,755
62,719




Cus- ^
tomers*
1 liability 1 Other
on
assets
1 accept- !
ances

942
934
932
924

■
!
|
f

N um ber
of
banks

107 .
102 1
81
108

220
194
215
188

6,331
6,330
6,339
6,362

404
371
339

98 i
79 j
83 1

286
199
231

6,377
6,398
6,486

919 '
913
915
911 J

331
319 ,
305
278 i

81 '
79 ;
65
72 ,

263
198
246
216

6,528
6,556
6,596
6,619

1,806 n
2,622 !
4,030 j

913 I
913
904

268 j
255
228 f

62 1
59 !
41 |

231
198
201

6,629
6,647
6,679

3,477 i
3,508 1
4,353

883
880
861 |

194 ,
177 '
158 I

54 1
49 1
44 |

226
275
261

6,703
6,724
6,738

19
18
17

3,542 j
4,025
3,958 i

855 j
842 :
817 |

146 ;
133
111

54 1
51
62 <

271
274
286

6,764
6,773
6,814

5,772 j
6,486
7,117 |

17
24
23

3,570 |
3,299
5,456

813 1
801
788 ;

106 j
93 '
84 !

47 j
41 |
66 1

263
309
338

6,823
6,840
6,884

1,141
1,382
1,576

5,772 j
5,660
5,936 |

34
61
56

5,133 1
4,870 j
6,005 |

787 |
795 ■
789 t

80
80 ■
75 1

91 (
96
U7 |

331
338
311

6,887
6,898
6,900

16,040
16,946
17,797

1,409
1,496
1,672

5,521 j
5,993
6,270 |

34
25
25

5,690 1
5,135
7,081 1

798 {
808 j
820 !

74 i
77
70

86 1
119
141 !

342
362
338

6,928
6,929
6,923

7,471
7,439
7,402

16,750
17,356
20,406

1,563
1,606
1,486

5,374 S
5,419
5,674 I

19
23
29

5,637 |
5,899
6,608 1

837 |
847
872 I

72 |
73
72 i

156 j
!
192 (
180 i

371
434
450

6,932
6,925
6,918

51,362
53,132
57,052
56,883

7,568
7,727
8,271
8,414

19,186
17,808
16,150
16,429

1,609
1,568
1,538
1,521

5,057 1
5,065 j
5,635
6,194

21
18
49
41

5,105 1
5,965 ;
5,720 1
7,133

888 1
893 j
911 J
907 |

74
81
84
84

149 >
135 j
137 1
170

426
412
493
425

6,913
6,903
6,901
6,892

55,575
55,759
52,618
52,365

9,161
9,328
10,137
10,355

15,643
15,864
16,536
17,459

1,653
1,358
1,686
1,643

5,288
5,478 !
5,718
6,868

36
50
142
142

5,313
6,629
6,029 i
9,413

923
925
946
957

147
171
233
209

422
424
421
447

6,891
6,885
6,885
6,873

461
452 1
443
418

I
,

86 ,
97 '
99
100

BANKS

■

105,705
106,563
108,388
112,247

46,318
46,866
47,936
49,561

59,387
59,698
60,452
62,687

48,861
49,108
49,647
51,621

10,527
10,590
10,805
11,065

19,305
18,946
19,857
19,912

1,713
1,403
1,930
2,062

5,533
5,567
6,515
7,463

110
119
58
49

6,027
7,209
6,221
9,767

978
993
1,015
1,023

105
105
111
112

278
236
241
325

434
471
422
479

6,869
6,859
6,846
6,840

1952-—
Mar. 31...............
June 30...............
Sept. 5 ...............
Dec. 31...............

148,064
151,540
151,393
160,826

110,997
113,502
114,654
119,547

49,429
50,526
51,314
55,034

61,568
62,976
63,340
64,514

50,174
51,261
51,382
52,763

11,394
11,715
11,958
11,751

19,586
19,333
20,300
19,810

1,772
1,821
1,651
2,081

6,372
6,470
6,110
7,378

41
40
46
75

7,289
8,383
6,574
9,911

1,048
1,066
1,080
1,100

111
111
110
112

350
286
287
324

497
530
581
488

6,826
6,815
6,808
6,798

1953-—
Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

20...............
30...............
30...............
31...............

154,401
154,258
158,228
163,983

116,489
115,789
120,185
122,422

55,646
55,613
56,633
57,762

60,843
60,176
63,552
64,660

48,798
48,318
51,506
52,603

12,045
11,858
12,047
12,057

19,882
19,448
19,215
19,997

1,883
1,956
2,010
1,870

5,961
6,378
6,323
7,554

46
58
51
63

8,088
8,627
8,319
9,897

1,130
1,141
1,166
1,179

112
114
116
114

307
275
340
375

502
472
501
511

6,770
6,765
6,753
6,743

1954— Apr. 15...............
June 30...............
Oct.
7 ...............
Dec. 31...............

158,949
162,203
166,649
172,242

120,814
123,185
129,519
131,602

57,407
57,197
57,233
60,250

63,407
65,988
72,286
71,352

50,801
53,111
58,757
57,809

12,606
12,876
13,529
13,543

19,229
18,925
18,908
18,735

1,824
2,001
1,930
1,843

6,377
7,062
6,896
7,613

51
62
88
118

8,377
8,672
6,927
9,767

1,212
1,228
1,261
1,292

104
106
107
110

403
359
386
580

559
603
627
583

6,731
6,721
6,703
6,660

Apr. 11...............
1955-—
June 30...............
Oct. 5 ...............
Dec. 31...............

169,388
169,686
170,820
179,414

130,903
130,788
132,343
135,360

61,737
64,315
67,381
70,982

69,166
66,473
64,961
64,377

54,968
52,543
50,931
50,697

14,198
13,930
14,030
13,680

18,575
17,942
18,437
18,722

2,095
2,017
2,003
2,019

6,728
6,704
6,447
7,612

81
101
78
97

8,325
9,535
8,872
12,965

1,341
1,361
1,394
1,444

120
126
135
136

564
438
437
422

656
673
674
637

6,616
6,611
6,571
6,543

1956—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

10...............
30...............
26...............
31...............

173,242
174,820
175,983
184,874

134,030
134,428
136,154
138,768

72,488
74,783
76,305
78,034

61,542
59,645
59,849
60,734

47,703
46,226
46,354
47,575

13,839
13,419
13,494
13,159

18,487
18,234
18,502
18,707

2,127
1,686
2,296
2,487

6,720
6,787
6,429
8,124

68
65
120
59

9,063
10,765
9,471
13,529

1,480
1,523
1,568
1,604

138
145
151
157

432
484
589
705

697
704
703
736

6,519
6,499
6,488
6,462

1957-— ar. 14...............
M
June 6 ...............
Oct. 11...............
Dec. 31...............

178,284
176,507
181,836
188,828

137,492
137,808
140,338
142,353

77,760
78,448
80,308
80,950

59,732
59,360
60,030
61,403

46,235
45,829
46,241
47,079

13,497
13,531
13,789
14,324

18,628
18,501
19,203
18,973

2,196
2,065
1,889
2,536

6,287
5,931
6,586
7,806

62
72
63
76

10,292
8,700
10,035
13,355

1,645
1,688
1,753
1,770

161
172
186
198

754
748
958
983

767
823
825
779

6,455
6,445
6,418
6,393

1958-— ar. 4 ...............
M
June 23...............
Sept. 24...............
Dec. 31...............

184,159
194,003
190,784
202,017

142,571
151,589
150,684
154,865

79,784
82,146
80,798
84,061

62,787
69,443
69,885
70,804

47,867
53,165
53,285
54,299

14,920
16,277
16,600
16,504

18,569
18,570
17,953
18,428

2,015
2,277
2,370
2,441

6,690
6,913
6,625
7,977

54
104
116
112

10,210
10,626
9,126
14,230

1,806
1,873
1,912
1,955

205
212
220
221

1,174
948
848
841

865
893
930
946

6,382
6,357
6,339
6,312

1959--M ar. 12...............
June 10...............
Oct. 6 ...............
Dec. 31...............

195,549
197,265
199,084
205,726

153,728
155,289
155,942
157,879

84,074
88,431
92,471
94,779

69,654
66,858
63,470
63,100

52,960
50,225
46,796
46,813

16,693
16,633
16,674
16,287

18,143
18,086
18,291
17,932

2,270
2,351
2,201
2,222

6,411
6,375
6,700
7,532

76
94
86
108

10,982
10,949
11,670
15,715

2,004
2,062
2,159
2,208

223
236
233
244

787
726
687
746

925
1,096
1,116
1,140

6,288
6,280
6,246
6,233

1960—M ar. 15...............
June 15...............
Oct.
3 ...............
Dec. 31...............

200,329
204,167
207,402
216,577

155,076
157,657
160,865
165,619

95,354
98,344
98,815
99,933

59,722
59,313
62,050
65,685

43,605
43,526
45,969
49,106

16,117
15,788
16,080
16,579

17,806
17,918
17,552
16,720

2,326
2,427
2,249
2,518

6,898
6,913
7,275
8,582

75
94
140
136

13,653
14,524
14,209
17,799

2,261
2,319
2,413
2,366

259
278
287
331

948
970
1,250
1,383

1,027
1,068
1,164
1,122

6,221
6,217
6,197
6,174

1961--A pr. 12...............
June 30...............
27
___
Dec. 30...............

210,807
213,719
219 287
235,112

165,481
168,049
174 936
179,599

99,504
99,992
102 355
106,232

65,977
68,057
72 582
73,366

48,332
50,361
53 863
54,058

17,645
17,696
18,719
19,308

16,188
16,488
16,038
16,918

2,708
2,142
2,932
2,813

7,095
6,897
6,761
8,724

142
142
154
243

13,716
14,414
12,697
20,880

2,466
2,516
2,558
2,608

354
362
376
385

1,469
1,417
1,513
1,622

1,187
1,290
1,322
1,320

6,146
6,141
6,132
6,113

1962--M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

2 6...............
30...............
2 8...............
28...............

224,681
232,359
234,833
249,488

179,272
183,497
186,518
195,698

106,765
109,212
111,993
118,637

72,507
74,285
74,526
77,061

51,924
52,065
51,323
52.968

20,583
22,219
23,203
24,092

16,519
16,839
16,999
17,680

2,866
2,399
2,553
3,263

6,833
7,182
7,291
7,897

179
169
149
227

13,076
16,264
15,295
18,361

2,660
2,711
2,772
2,839

401
398
408
409

1,549
1,423
1,365
1,587

1,326
1,477
1,481
1,527

6,086
6,070
6,053
6,049

1963--M ar. 18...............
June 2 9 ...............
Dec. 2 0 ...............

244,456
251,214
261,469

195,060
199,495
210,127

118,490
122,088
131,712

76,570
77,407
78,415

51,461
50,399
49,342

25,109
27,008
29,073

16,098
16,529
17,150

3,005
2,644
3,131

7,689
7,690
7,359

194
233
287

16,136
17,833
16,468

2,897
3,095
3,325

412
365
363

1,546
1,517
1,556

1,420
1,813
1,703

6,039
6,058
6,112

1964— June 3 0 ...............
Dec. 3 1 ...............

269,437
289,142

215,132
228,497

138,649
147,690

76,484
80,807

46,235
48,717

30,249
32,089

16,774
17,581

3,511
3,490

7,807
9,057

343
282

18,332
22,327

3,* 53
3,980

1,645
1,628

2,040
2,300

6,180
6,225

1965--June 3 0 ...............
Dec. 3 1 ...............

296,049
313,384

237,328
251,577

158,832
169,800

78,496
81,777

43,396
44,992

35,100
36,785

17,842
17,992

3,853
3,757

7,831
8,957

240
243

20,431
21,864

4,147
4,269

1,755
1,798

2,621
2,927

6,235
6,221

1966—June 3 0 ...............
Dec. 3 1 ...............

321,220
335,500

258,638
264,627

179,127
183,743

79,511
80,884

39,942
41,924

39,569
38,960

18,094
19,069

4,044
4,249

8,147
9,400

212
238

22,355
27,783

4,457
4,654

1,982
2,108

3,290
3,372

6,194
6,150




BANKS

140,188
141,612
144,757
153,439

MEMBER

1951-—
Apr. 9 ...............
June 30...............
Oct. 10...............
Dec. 31...............

MEMBER

2.1 ALL MEMBER BANKS — Continued
A.

TOTAL ASSETS AND NUMBER O F BANKS—Continued
[Assets in millions of dollars]

Cali date

Balances with—

Investments

Total
assets
Total

Loans

Total

Reserve
with
F. R.
Banks

U.S.
Govt.
Other
securities securities

Currency
and
coin

Domes­
tic
banks

Cash
items

Foreign
banks

Bank
prem­
ises,
etc.

O ther
real
estate

Cus­
tomers’
liability
on
accept­
ances

O ther
assets

N um ber
of
banks

1967—June 30..............
Dec. 30..............

342,271
374,562

274,247
294,098

187,795
197,827

86,452
96,271

40,636
46,956

45,816
49,315

18,999
20,275

3,728
4,646

8,686
10,550

231
267

25,747
33,208

4,893
4,969

217

2,291
2,246

3,448
4,086

6,108
6,071

1968—June 29..............
Dec. 31..............

377,849
413,479

298,575
326,023

203,961
221,222

94,614
104,802

43,361
47,881

51,254
56,920

20,846
21,230

3,999
5,634

9,218
11,279

203
252

32,863
35,360

5,210
5,490

256
251

2,314
2,368

4,364
5,591

6,039
5,978

1969—June 30..............
Dec. 31..............

425,158
433,146

330,587
337,613

234,841
242,995

95,746
94,618

39,382
39,833

56,364
54,785

19,801
21,449

4,828
5,676

10,370
11,931

247
287

43,369
39,691

6,188
6,571

264
276

2,970
3,165

6,536
6,486

5,936
5,869

1970—June 30..............
Dec. 31..............

429,689
466,225

336,266
366,520

240,814
254,516

95,451
112,004

37,324
45,399

58,127
66,604

21 526
23,319

5,476
5,445

10,617
13,744

316
320

37,606
38,673

6,902
7,353

291
289

3,791
3,561

6,901
7,004

5,803
5,767

On
F o r notes see end o f Table 2.5 E.

2.1 ALL MEMBER BANKS— Continued
B.

TO TA L LIABILITIES
[In millions of dollars]

Cali date

1939-M a r.
June
Oct.
Dec.

Total
liabil­
ities
and
capital

Deposits

Total

Inter­
bank

U.S.
Govt.
and
postal
savings

Other
demand

Other
time

Accept­
ances
o u t­
stand­
ing

Bor­
row­
ings

Capital accounts
Other
liabil­
ities

Sto cks

Sur­
plus

Total
Com ­
mon

Pre­
ferred

Demand deposits

U ndi­
vided
profits

Reserves
for
contin­
gencies,
etc.

A d­
justed

N et

29..
30..
2 ..
30..

49,645
51,908
54,401
55,361

43,666
45,873
48,430
49,340

7,578
7,846
9,143
9,410

843
753
726
794

23,845
25,770
27,039
27,489

11,401
11,504
11,522
11,647

7
5
5
3

121
120
99
124

383
414
337
372

5,467
5,496
5,530
5,522

2,020
2,023
2,028
2,030

374
367
358
333

2,097
2,112
2,121
2,166

671
678
701
675

305
317
323
317

22,364
23,587
25,118
25,681

26,302
27,441
29,652
30,326

1940—M ar. 2 6 ..
June 29. .
Dec. 31..

56,233
57,846
62,658

50,178
51,729
56,430

9,599
9,690
10,423

777
769
672

28,022
29,400
33,213

11,779
11,869
12,122

2
3
3

109
94
97

383
412
430

5,562
5,608
5,698

2,035
2,038
2,050

313
320
307

2,180
2,207
2,280

715
711
721

319
332
340

26,461
27,877
30,429 |

31,160
32,514
35,262

1941—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

63,088
64,857
66,497
68,121

56,824
58,512
60,105
61,717

10,645
10,436
10,944
10,525

578
673
830
1,760

33,372
35,107
35,969
37,136

12,229
12,295
12,361
12,296

3
3
13
4

93
94
78
86

414
449
450
426

5,754
5,800
5,852
5,886

2,058
2,064
2,071
2,085

299
295
282
277

2,294
2,319
2,340
2,394

758
768
802
775

345
354
357
355

31,576
32,678
33,822
33,754

36,381
37,411
38,957
39.708

4 ..
30..
24..
31..




i

BANKS

Loans and investments

1942--A pr. 4 ..
June 30 ..
Dec. 3 ! ..

67,458
69,946
84,917

61,013
63,404
78,277

10,409
9,971
11,000

2,213
1,773
7,980

36,476
39,587
46,600

11,915
12,073
12,698

14
6
5

74
68
46

428
477
488

5,930
5,991
6,101

2,095
2,121
2,129

266
258
250

2,407
2,446
2,499

802
806
847

359
360
376

34,670
36,966
42,570

40,943
42,868
55,326

1943--June 30..
Oct. 18..
Dec. 31..

90,821
102,085
99,372

84,016
94,968
92,262

10,552
10,706
10,555

7,307
17,651
9,564

52,434
52,119
56,995

13,724
14,491
15,148

18
150
39

61
56
54

474
523
540

6,252
6,389
6,475

2,138
2,147
2,191

239
232
226

2,578
2,623
2,770

897
975
866

400
412
423

48,957
48,612
52,642

54,140
53,759
57,990

1944—Apr. 13..
June 30..
Dec. 30..

101,943
108,684
118,706

94,631
101,276
110,917

10,260
10,903
11,884

11,581
17,737
18,614

56,798
55,854
61,265

15,992
16,781
19,154

100
75
111

63
58
72

523
580
638

6,627
6,696
6,968

2,219
2,234
2,287

216
208
182

2,784
2,856
3,048

967
967
1,009

442
431
443

53,255
51,829
57,308

58,489
57,203
63,088

1945--M ar. 20..
June 30..
Dec. 31..

117,081
126,436
138,304

108,967
118,378
129,670

11,331
12,230
13,640

12,510
22,069
22,278

64,744
62,432
69,640

20,382
21,647
24,111

285
52
208

56
49
76

635
681
761

7,138
7,276
7,589

2,311
2,372
2,451

173
164
142

3,084
3,159
3,383

1,112
1,107
1,116

458
474
497

61,175
59,133
64,184

66,969
65,111
70,918

1946—June 29..
Sept. 3 0 ..
Dec. 31..

131,400
128,781
127,241

122,519
119,680
118,170

11 801
11,484
12,060

12,110
7,868
2,786

72,594
73,688
76,248

26,014
26,640
27,076

72
77
30

108
109
132

781
838
814

7,920
8,077
8,095

2,510
2,573
2,587

118
112
105

3,505
3,471
3,595

1,271
1,403
1,287

515
518
520

67,461
68,818
70,243

73,646
74,812
76,540

1947--Ju n e 30..
Oct. 6 ..
Dec. 31 ..

124,797
128,290
132,060

115,435
118,495
122,528

11,041
11,976
12,403

1,201
2,419
1,281

75,285
75,928
80,609

27,908
28,172
28,235

50
332
54

99
134
165

898
867
850

8,315
8,463
8,464

2,631
2,639
2,649

88
84
82

3,702
3,743
3,824

1,402
1,498
1,410

492
498
501

69,595
70,793
73,528

76,184
79,067
80,822

1948-—
Apr. 12..
June 30..
Dec. 31 ..

126,675
127,297
131,392

116,672
117,452
121,362

10,549
10,833
11,641

2,217
1,951
2,233

75,418
75,950
78,759

28,488
28,717
28,728

235
53
45

172
214
201

985
954
982

8,610
8,624
8,801

2,675
2,679
2,713

77
75
69

3,848
3,885
3,970

1,512
1,524
1,602

498
460
448

69,781
70,051
72,152

77,063
77,298
80,210

1949--A p r. 11..
June 30..
Nov 1..
Dec. 31..

126,350
127,259
131,605
134,431

116,011
116,980
120,640
123,885

10,333
10,374
11,330
12,097

2,686
2,138
3,157
3,013

74,077
75,362
77,235
79,791

28,915
29,107
28,919
28,985

199
21
416
11

164
149
159
199

1,028
1,086
1,153
1,163

8,949
9,022
9,236
9,174

2,803
2,808
2,815
2,828

66
66
65
59

3,945
4,000
4,039
4,215

1,688
1,698
1,859
1,648

446
450
459
424

68,972
69,397
71,515
72,658

76,774
76,574
80,068
81,263

1950--A p r.
June
Oct.
Dec.

24 .. 131,032
30.. 133,742
4. , 136,176
30.. 144,660

119,967
122,707
124,477
133,089

10,642
10,849
11,749
13,448

2,856
3,522
2,661
2,705

77,182
78,892
81,010
87,783

29,286
29,443
29,056
29,153

252
30
241
79

161
190
264
240

1,305
1,293
1,489
1,558

9,347
9,523
9,705
9,695

2,860
2,902
2,916
2,936

58
57
56
55

4,261
4,376
4,399
4,561

1,742
1,760
1,898
1,752

426
429
436
392

71,869
72,263
74,981
78,370

79,789
80,800
83,287
87,160

1951-—
Apr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

9 ..
30..
10..
31..

140,188
141,612
144,757
153,439

128,229
129,737
132,369
141,015

11,541
11 347
13,111
14,425

6,446
6,018
4,081
3,357

81,150
82,867
85,287
92,867

29,092
29,506
29,891
30,366

309
55
250
26

310
266
263
353

1,499
1,566
1,699
1,827

9,840
9,987
10,177
10,218

2,979
3,033
3,053
3,098

52
51
50
44

4,587
4,665
4,698
4,809

1,840
1,860
1,992
1,884

382
378
384
383

75,123
75,657
79,066
83,100

87,060
86,913
89,115
92,770

1952--M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

31 ..
30..
5 ..
31..

148,064
151,540
151,393
160,826

135,165
138,769
136,937
147,527

12,595
12,812
12,766
14,617

5,681
5,728
4,323
4,887

86,042
88,730
88,126
95,453

30,847
31,499
31,723
32,570

299
69
1,596
165

372
304
306
343

1,843
1,874
1,923
2,030

10,385
10,526
10,632
10,761

3,189
3,217
3,221
3,257

41
43
44
37

4,857
4,950
4,972
5,188

1,927
1,942
2,016
1,895

371
374
379
383

78,753
80,347
81,552
85,543

89,964
91,687
91,757
96,786

1953--A p r.
June
Sept.
Dec.

20..
30..
30..
31..

154,401
154,258
158,228
163,983

139,795
140,830
143,803
150,164

12,567
12,933
13,238
15,170

3,355
3,688
5,865
4,064

90,753
90,401
90,496
96,024

33,119
33,808
34,204
34,905

1,213
75
591
43

326
293
357
400

2,108
1,990
2,226
2,059

10,958
11,070
11,251
11,316

3,309
3,331
3,346
3,382

36
36
36
34

5,243
5,315
5,354
5,481

1,998
2,011
2,148
2,053

372
377
367
366

82,665
81,774
82,177
86,127

91,719
91,051
93,930
96,507

1954—Apr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15.. 158,949
30.. 162,203
7. . 166,649
31.. 172,242

144,436
148,252
151,717
157,252

13,869
14,733
15,191
15,983

3,575
5,465
6,870
4,049

91,305
91,454
92,268
99,604

35,686
36,599
37,388
37,616

587
38
409
15

421
374
403
608

1,920
1,831
2,108
2,156

11,586
11,709
12,012
12,210

3,444
3,465
3,501
3,605

34
36
33
33

5,572
5,617
5,693
6,010

2,170
2,209
2,395
2,174

366
381
390
388

82,928
82,783
85,341
89,836

92,365
94,154
98,653
100,477

153,379
154,670
154,162
163,757

14,433
14,462
14,698
15,865

5,044
4,994
3,583
3,654

95,892
96,742
97,230
105,400

38,010
38,472
38,651
38,838

1,038
115
1,197
137

582
459
460
451

2,092
1,982
2,268
2,286

12,297
12,461
12,734
12,783

3,703
3,747
3,782
3,828

33
32
34
34

6,017
6,103
6,144
6,295

2,179
2,216
2,407
2,264

365
362
367
362

87,567
87,207
88,358
92,435

98,601
98,199
98,432
102,690

1956—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

10..
30..
2 6 ..
31..

173,242
174,820
175,983
184,874

155,842
158,388
157,615
167,906

14,567
14,508
14,361
16,855

3,801
5,107
4,839
3,593

98,208
98,904
98,239
106,850

39,267
39,870
40,176
40,608

1,440
302
1,532
48

460
508
615
735

2,355
2,328
2,652
2,531

13,145
13,293
13,570
13,655

3,950
3,984
4,021
4,085

33
32
32
32

6,492
6,557
6,625
6,796

2,316
2,363
2,533
2,391

355
356
358
351

89,145
88,139
88,768
93,320

99,299
99,325
99,922
104,084

1957--M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

14. . 178,284
6 .. 176,507
11.. 181,836
31.. 188,828

159,593
157,593
161,871
170,637

13,913
13,736
14,487
16,328

2,085
3,234
3,867
3,746

101,602
97,612
99,136
105,547

41,992
43,011
44,381
45,015

1,564
1,374
1,759
57

792
778
1,003
1,023

2,540
2,704
2,736
2,558

13,796
14,058
14,467
14,554

4,172
4,191
4,284
4,334

32
31
31
31

6,843
6,875
7,007
7,212

2,418
2,627
2,814
2,635

330
334
332
342

91,311
88,912
89,101
92,191

99,458
98,316
99,327
102,967




BANKS

169,388
169,686
170,820
179,414

MEMBER

1955--A p r. 11..
June 30..
Oct. 5 ..
Dec. 3 1 ..

B.

MEMBER

2.1 ALL MEMBER BANKS—Continued
TOTAL LIABILITIES—Continued
[In millions o f dollars]
Deposits

Total

Inter­
bank

U.S.
Govt.
and
postal
savings

Other
demand

Other
time

Bor­
row­
ings

Accept­
ances
out­
stand­
ing

Demand deposits

Capital accounts
Other
liabil­
ities

. . .
Stocks

Sur­
plus

Total
Com ­
mon

Pre­
ferred

U ndi­
vided
profits

Reserves
for
contin­
gencies,
etc.

Ad­
justed

N et

M
1958-— ar
June
Sept
Dec.

4 .. 184,159
23 .. 194,003
24 .. 190,784
31. . 202,017

164,196
173,904
170,031
182,816

15,240
15,540
15,633
17,414

3,473
8,916
4,061
4,122

98,989
99,812
99,764
110,448

46,494
49,635
50,573
50,832

1,144
1,078
1,514
54

1,203
978
874
877

2,821
2,863
2,991
2,809

14,795
15,181
15,375
15,460

4,389
4,426
4,487
4,527

31
30
30
31

7,250
7,341
7,414
7,677

2,767
3,009
3,047
2,807

358
374
397
419

88,779
89,186
90,639
96,218

98,585
104,251
101,299
107,330

1959-— ar
M
June
Oct.
Dec.

12.. 195,549
10.. 197,265
6. . 199,084
31.. 205,726

174,338
174,811
176,674
184,706

15,200
14,936
15,145
16,387

2,437
2,703
4,564
4,763

105,119
104,671
104,398
110,989

51,582
52,502
52,567
52,568

1,746
2,686
2,385
581

813
757
727
795

3,005
3,092
3,042
3,380

15,646
15,919
16,256
16,264

4,692
4,773
4,853
4,893

30
29
28
27

7,772
7,841
7,930
8,056

2,763
2,908
3,093
2,932

388
369
352
356

94,137
93,722
92,728
95,274

103,026
102,738
103,909
107,328

1960 —
Mar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15. .
15..
3 ..
31..

200,329
204,167
207,402
216,577

176,710
179,519
182,280
193,029

14,152
14,672
15,629
18,076

4,209
5,979
6,952
5,524

105,940
105,566
104,255
112,393

52,410
53,302
55,444
57,036

2,546
2,503
1,829
130

980
1,010
1,278
1,425

3,613
4,305
4,748
4,595

16,480
16,829
17,268
17,398

5,042
5,081
5,127
5,165

27
24
24
24

8,127
8,208
8,312
8,586

2,943
3,176
3,444
3,229

340
340
361
395

92,287
91,042
90,046
94,594

102,382
103,276
I0 3 ,6 U
107,780

Apr.
1961-—
June
Sept.
Dec.

12. .
30..
27. .
3 0 ..

210,807
213,7J9
219,287
235,112

185,375
189,226
192,305
209,630

13,961
13,352
13,607
17,498

2,159
5,994
7,547
5,641

107,498
105,568
105,312
119,595

61,758
64,311
65,839
66,897

1,610
382
2,128
438

1,496
1,445
1,545
1,660

4,469
4,639
4.923
4,746

17,857
18,027
18,386
18,638

5,354
5,382
5,443
5,512

24
24
23
23

8,770
8,841
8,893
9,354

3,314
3,380
3,605
3,328

395
401
422
420

95,377
92,750
94,158
100,660

102,349
103,122
106,524
112,612

1962“— ar
M
June
Sept.
Dec.

2 6 ..
30..
2 8 ..
2 8 ..

224,681
232,359
234,833
249,488

197,084
206,057
207,347
219,468

13,643
14,146
14,434
15,667

6,385
9,008
7,898
6,328

105,535
108,014
108,310
117,999

71,521
74,889
76,705
79,473

2,063
735
1,455
3,550

1,587
1,465
1,399
1,623

5,063
4,924
5,070
4,994

18,884
19,179
19,562
19,854

5,624
5,659
5,690
5,720

23
22
21
41

9,510
9,606
9,667
9,909

3,313
3,467
3,752
3,745

414
425
433
440

94,164
93,555
94,666
101,528

105,136
107,191
107,569
113,331

1963 -M ar. 18..
June 2 9 ..
Dec. 20..

244,456
251,214
261,469

214,451
222,619
229,376

15,049
14,761
14,900

5,001
9,989
6,225

111,306
111,548
117,562

83,096
86,321
90,690

2,883
1,440
3,499

1,576
1,564
1,584

5,627
5,353
5,954

19,919
20,238
21,054

5,830
5,876
6,006

41
43
149

10,056
10,175
10,469

3,544
3,696
3,968

449
448
462

96,903
95,637
102,816

107,173
110,499
114,538

1964 -June 30..
Dec. 31..

269,437
289,142

238,052
255,724

15,052
17,670

9,570
6,077

115,624
128,539

97,807
103,437

1,936
2,481

1,677
1,667

5,711
6,369

22,060
22,901

6,398
6,491

526
789

10,755
11,006

3,871
4,070

511
545

99,288
108,324

113,709
120,464

1965--June 30..
Dec. 31..

296,049
313,384

259,743
275,517

16,206
18,294

11,054
5,126

120,077
132,131

112,406
119,966

3,455
4,234

1,786
1,832

6.743
6,875

24,323
24,926

6,903
7,002

1,479
1,585

11,114
11,398

4,228
4,302

600
641

101,733
112,569

118,252
124,034

1966 -June 30..
Dec. 31..

321,220
335,500

281,209
292,004

17,092
19,581

10,183
4,645

126,572
138,218

127,362
129,559

3,985
4,618

2,022
2,164

8,326
10,436

25,678
26,278

7,157
7,232

1,664
1,660

11,557
11,777

4,618
4,896

681
713

106,472
112,920

122,572
124,438

1967--June 30..
Dec. 30..

342,271
374,562

297,529
327,012

18,481
21,980

4,820
4,866

132,546
151,980

141,683
148,186

4,920
5.370

2,346
2,313

10,238
H , 770

27,237
28,098

7,425
7,507

1,874
1,929

12,061
12,549 |

5,144
5,209

732
903

109,132
121,530

120,288
134,079

1968“=
-June 29 ..
Dec. 31..

377,849
413,479

323,935
356,351

20,577
24,580

4,412
4,639

146,470
163,920

152,475
163,212

7,684
8,458

2,375
2,403

14,716
16,206

29,139
30,060

7,744
7,853

2,123
2,014

12,803
13,479

5,609
5,840

860
875

116,269
131,491

128,306
145,297

1969--June 30..
Dec. 31..

425,158
433,146

345,347
350,759

24,819
26,450

5,179
4,300

158,207
169,750

31,471
29,699

31,317
32,047

8,276
8,385

1,854
1,868 ;

13,990
14,381

6,362
6,558

835
855

118,038
133,435

133,620
148,219

429,689
466,225

346,229
385,176

25,814
30,875

7,124
6,866

155,916
168,032

. 13,999
1 17,395
|
i 17,507
18,578

3,024
3,245

1970--June 30..
Dec. 31..

157,062
150,259
’
157,375
179,404

33,184
34,100

8,611
8,765

1,902 f
1.918

14,357
14,63.3

7,492
7,9#*

822
815

121,562
133,169

139,940
152,279

For notes see end o f Table 2.5 E.




3,865
3,656

:
28,903 '
24,713

BANKS

Call date

Total
liabil­
ities
and
capital

2.1 ALL MEMBER BANKS — Continued
C.

LO ANS

[In millions o f dollars]
O ther loans to individuals
To farmers
Call date

Total
loans

Com­
mer­
cial

For purchasing
o r carrying
securities

T o financial
institutions

Other

ccc

To
brokers
and
dealers

On

To j Banks
others

13,047
13,141
13,470
13,962

5,187
5,203

771
788

838
731

733
736

5,841

730

790

700

13,939
13,969
15,321

5,988
6,660

736
865

447
642

668
652

1941—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4,
30,
24.
31

15,878
16,729
17,546
18,021

7,807

738

575

635

44

’8,67i

972

594

598

39

1942—Apr. 4.
June 30,
Dec. 31.

17,834
16,928
16,088

8,383
7,387

726
526 I

563

554
934

562
538

1943—June 30,
Oct. 18.
Dec. 31.

14,823
17,716
16,288

6,554

270

584

‘ 7,421

461

1944—Apr. 13,
June 30,
Dec. 30.

16,135
18,084
18,676

7,023
7,531

425
630

1945— Mar. 20.
June 30.
Dec. 31.

17,219
20,588
22.775

7,095
8,949

481
216

1946—June 29.
Sept. 30.
Dec. 31.

23,302
24.775
26,696

9,685
13,154

1947—June 30.
Oct. 6.
Dec. 31.

28,655
30,738
32,628

1948—Apr. 12.
Ju n e .30,
Dec. 31.

Other

Total

farm
land

O ther

R etail
auto

Other
retail

O ther

|; Single| Payment

1,726
1,776

743
768

2,957

289

1,884

296
299

1,978
2,118

795
810

3,020
3,230

3,365

305

2,254

807

3,565

’ 3,494

295

2,396

803

3,653

3,501
3,423

292
266

2,441
2,458

767
700

1,847

211

260

131

31

3,351

839

57

3,274

598
568

2,200
2,249

2,130
2,108

3,207
3,209

644
640

3,089
3,133

3,407.
3,378

81

796

2,395

2,480

74

810

1.506

1,467

79

5,357

13,820

12

961

1.507

1,154

100

i 6*962

44

i!003‘

’ iii

1,065

33,062
33,871
36,060

16,734
17,631

15
582

1,225
1,217

1,171
1,324

1949—Apr. 11.
June 30.
Nov. 1.
Dec. 31.

34,905
34,456
35,565
36,230

15,213

341

i5,857

701

1950—Apr. 24.
June 30.
Oct. 4.
Dec. 30.

36,785
37,658
41,612
44,705

15,708
18,337
20,521

327
164
248 I

2,671
2,796

2,435

655

1,540

2,419

610

1,484

258
243

2,373
2,390

577
576

1,467
1,505

3,248
3,455

262
277

2,415
2,522

572
656

4,267

340

3,085

842

385

3,903

1,069

6,240

430

4,620

’ii3

*7*130

*447'

956
834

159
120

7,777
8,244

480
476

1,958

803

98

8,383

488 I 6,365

1,530

5,859

1,737 j

758

97

8,834

498 I 6,758

1,578

6,551

1,840
1,382
1,770 I

807
901
927

101
304
88

9,547
10,117
10,522

506 | 7,452
521
7,935
526 I 8,247 I

1,588
1,661
1,749

7,401
8,176
8,314

1,908
2,188
2,177

278

285

1,073

3,174
843

190

231

987

770

157

216

996

791

122
126

141
160

220
225

984
995

973
818

1,688
1,900

136
169

174
224

252
292

1,126
1,216

879
1,057

2,464

264

392

1,469

1,078

3,308

392

282

268

504

1,861

940

1,190

3,998

600

368

345

637

2,047

865

*5*381

’ ’l i o i '
i

4,662

*757'

480

712 I 2,235

*839

5,883
6,264

1,414
1,504

5,249
5,585

339

598
692

560
628

787
816

2,310
2,305

881
886

1,330

718

680

866

2,265

837

399

1,549

877

797

891

2,437

937

484

1,040
1,236
1,271

845
923
944

977
1,027
1,021

2,631
1,004
2,802
1,194
2,901 I 1,350

519
529
595

994
1,143

296
363

BANKS

603

55

R e­
serve
for
bad
debts

784

3,069
3,228

56

279
284

1,120

1,443
1,565
1,561

R epair
and
mod­
erni­
zation

Total

2,749
2,828

1,398




On
resi­
dential
pro p ­
erty

Other

MEMBER

29
30
2
30

1940—Mar. 26
June 29
Dec. 31

^

Instalment
i

Guar*
anteed
by

1939— Mar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

Real estate

MEMBER

2.1 ALL MEMBER BANKS—Continued
C.

LOANS—Continued

[In millions of dollars]

Total
loans

Call date

Com­
mer­
cial

F o r purchasing
o r carrying
securities

To financial
institutions

Real estate
Instalment
Other

G uar­
anteed
by
ccc

Other

To
brokers
and
dealers

To
others

Banks

Other

Total

On
farm
land

On
resi­
dential
prop­
erty

O ther

Total
Retail
auto

Other
retail

Repair
and
m od­
erni­
zation

Other

Singlepay­
ment

Re­
serve
for
bad
debts

1951—Apr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

9 ..
3 0 ..
10..
31..

46,318
46,866
47,936
49,561

22,158
22,161
23,165
24,347

127
26
138
154

1,719
1,893
1,988
1,987

1,276
1,601
1,138
1,551

892
882
840
851

347
152
334
148

10,720
10,975
11,173
11,334

542
552
559
544

8,387
8,604
8,754
8,878

1,791
1,818
1,859
1,913

8,342
8,458
8,441
8,524

2,162
2,197
2,231
2,176

1,219
1,183
1,093
1,123

917
931
973
1,007

1,049
1,066
1,083
1,118

2,994
3,081
3,061
3,099

1,355
1,347
1,358
1,387

617
630
639
720

1952—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

31..
30 ..
5 ..
31 ..

49,429
50,526
51,314
55,034

24,276
23,732
23,973
26,233

105
43
249
403

2,050
2,221
2,196
2,013

1,202
2,084
1,473
2,032

837
829
941
966

304
152
432
155

11,405
11,628
11,855
12,213

554
570
571
572

8,926
9,119
9,321
9,608

1,926
1,939
1,963
2,032

8,616
9,268
9,599
10,396

2,181
2,471
2,579
2,864

1,108
1,168
1,249
1,493

995
1,092
1,167
1,287

1,177
1,244
1,276
1,358

3,156
3,292
3,327
3,394

1,376
1,322
1,355
1,422

742
752
759
798

1953—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

20 ..
30..
30..
31..

55,646
55,613
56,633
57,762

26,118
25,763
26,025
25,519

337
149
375
1,537

2,019
2,085
1,993
1,726

1,719
1,687
1,783
2,321

970
933
89 8
1,060

291
153
407
161

12,416
12,628
12,840
13,020

585
592
595
585

9,744
9,907
10,089
10,224

2,088
2,129
2,156
2,210

11,104
11,612
11,819
11,911

3,199
3,463
3,626
3,610

1,667
1,744
1,753
1,791

1,303
1,369
1,432
1,474

1,433
1,486
1,512
1,519

3,503
3,550
3,496
3,517

1,487
1,432
1,326
1,358

815
829
831
850

1954— Apr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15..
30..
7 ..
31 ..

57,407
57,197
57,233
60,250

24,837
24,362
24,357
25,007

1,878
1,453
460
1,732

1,778
1,950
1,930
1,797

1,939
2,411
2,451
2,881

1,036
1,106
1,168
1,363

608
174
494
239

13,195
13,440
13,913
14,433

601
610
618
623

10,306
10,483
10,850
11,236

2,288
2,348
2,445
2,574

11,650
11,840
11,915
12,127

3,472
3,508
3,485
3,482

1,640
1,633
1,578
1,598

1,437
1,447
1,473
1,466

1,557
1,605
1,647
1,680

3,545
3,647
3,731
3,901

1,345
1,339
1,432
1,618

859
‘ 77
8
887
949

1955—Apr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

11..
30..
5 ..
31..

61,737
64,315
67,381
70,982

25,491
26,894
28,800
31,019

1,104
673
319
657

1,922
2,126
2,157
2,068

2,780
2,808
2,658
3,150

1,342
1,440
1,440
1,560

853
416
938
569

14,949
15,594
15,981
16,391

656
682
695
710

11,636
12,102
12,381
12,666

2,657
2,809
2,906
3,014

12,621
13,489
14,119
14,313

3,731
4,136
4,517
4,720

1,582
1,653
1,686
1,734

1,395
1,418
1,465
1,507

1,772
1,881
1,907
1,826

4,141
4,402
4,544
4,527

1,649
1,869
1,969
2,374

973
994
1,001
1,119

1956 -A p r. 10..
June 30 ..
Sept. 2 6 ..
Dec. 31..

72,488
74,783
76,305
78,034

32,221
33,725
34,574
36,296

463
314
239
441

2,079
2,238
2,231
2,038

2,616
2,586
2,236
2,447

1,560
1,522
1,458
1,473

1,074
661
1,338
650

16,734
17,172
17,606
17,811

720
731
735
724

12,863
13,169
13,477
13,609

3,151
3,272
3,395
3,478

14,556
15,330
15,448
15,765

4,867
5,067
5,135
5,127

1,706
1,926
1,943
2,080

1,474
1,540
1,595
1,651

1,895
1,945
1,982
2,011

4,614
4,851
4,794
4,896

2,356
2,426
2,379
2,497

1,171
1,190
1,203
1,383

1957—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

14..
6 ..
11..
31..

77,760
78,448
80,308
80,950

36,107
36,500
37,504
37,868

434
205
125
244

2,040
2,248
2,286
2,228

2,216
2,132
2,272
2,448

1,402
1,416
1,370
1,409

1,209
989
890
718

17,753
17,768
18,103
18,231

726
732
736
728

13,509
13,480
13,636
13,669

3,518
3,557
3,731
3,834

15,633
16,229
16,682
16,775

5,194
5,423
5,635
5,627

1,982
2,061
2,103
2,125

1,623
1,661
1,755
1,770

2,040
2,112
2,191
2,224

4,794
4,973
4,999
5,030

2,404
2,410
2,542
2,597

1,438
1,449
1,465
1,570

M ar. 12..
June 23 ..
Sept. 24..
Dec. 31..

79,784
82,146
80,798
84,061

35,936
36,125
35,941
37,444

383
226
280
438

2,232
2,548
2,604
2,614

2,586
3,574
1,807
2,730

1,457
1,706
1,549
1,599

1,598
1,680
1,587
710

! .............

18,259
18,712
19,302
20,013

735
760
777
787

13,650
13,931
14,413
14,891

3,874
4,021
4,111
4,335

16,270
16,544
16,567
17,028

5,518
5,468
5,429
5,436

1,956
1,909
1,824
1,902

1,724
1,741
1,803
1,846

2,208
2,323
2,396
2,449

4,863
5,104
5,115
5,394

2,653
2,657
2,814
3,211

1,590
1,625
1,652
1,724

84,074
88,431
92,471
94,779

36,895
34,172
35,565
36,826

304
129
67
87

2,689
3,003
3,110
3,029

2,056
2,260
2,229
2,885

1,612
1,669
1,593
1,587

1,522
1,820
1,905
811

5,277
6,043
6,801

20,437
21,180
21,824
22,185

795
821
835
835

15,213
15,715
16,171
16,352

4,429
4,644
4,818
4,999

17,201
18,397
19,359
19,877

5,546
5,984
6,370
6,425

1,929
1,980
2,082
2,201

1,823
1,909
2,050
2,118

2,509
2,709
2,924
3,008

5,395
5,815
5,933
6,125

3,111
2,298
2,583
2,603

1,753
1,772
1,806
1,912

95,354
June 15.. 98,344
Oct. 3 .. 98,815
Dec. 31 .. 99,933

37,387
38,204
38,246
39,288

86
53
232
403

3,001
3,243
3,219
3,106

1,987
2,469
2,593
3,124

2,309
2,212
947

6,453
6,736
6,434
6,726

22,176
22,309
22,446
22,518

830
850
850
852

16,286
16,283
16,288
16.241

5,060
5,176
5,309
5,426

19,9 4 4

1,488
1,521
1,564

20,932
21,333
21,622

6,518
6,941
7,097
7,085

2,206
2,232
2,265
2,280

2,100
2,178
2,272
2,283

3,054
3,216
3,320
3,357

6,065
6,365
6,379
6,618

2,586
2,550
2,529
2,694

1,943
1,950
1,951
2,059

38,821
38,872
39,062
40,931

522
336
213
592

3,187
3,386
3,417
3,342

2,308
2,780
2,943
3,877

1,582
1,709
1,696
1,827

1,929
970
2,354
1,014

5,427
5,644
6,010
6,893

22,716
23,086
23,514
23,987

870
882
895
911

16,284
16,547
16,843
17,109

5,562
5,658
5,776
5,966

22,107
22,421
22,377
22,852

6,952
7,081
7,054
7,163

2,821
2,630
2,372
2,291

2,208
2,247
2,273
2,268

3,412
3,486
3,535
3,552

6,714
6,977
7,143
7,579

3,003
2,900
2,887
3,198

2,097
2,112
2,118
2,281

1958

1959- M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

12..
10..
6 ..
31 ..

I960 —M ar, 15..

1961—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12..
30..
27 ..
30..

99,504
99,992
102,355
106,232




1 ,4 8 4

2 ,1 9 4

BANKS

Other loans to individuals
To farmers

106.765
109,212
111,993
118,637

40.63S
41,435
42,210
43,843

699
546
212
667

3,379
3,675
3,737
3,752

3.550
3,088
3,360
4,954

1,777
1,699
1,644
1,777

2,510
1,453
1,943
2,445

6.060
6,789
6,972
7,936

24,271
25,362
26,358
27,162

949
1,014
1,045
1,065

17,084
17,757
18,391
18,915

6,239
6,592
6,922
7,181

22,769
24,006
24,297
24,799

7,236
7,808
7,991
8,256

2,180
2,209
2,204
2,282

2,197
2,238
2,294
2,304

3,568
3,782
3,906
3,974

7,588
7,968
7,902
7,984

3,424
3.480
3,594
3,657

2,311
2,320
2,334
2,356

1963-— ar. 18. . 118,490
M
June 29. . 122,088
Dec. 20. . 131,712

43,832
44,701
47,403

772
492
451

3,808
4,172
4,208

4,283
4,436
5,124

1,790
1,880
2,136

2,994
1,844
3,439

7,528
8,134
8,875

27,683
29,127
31,009

1,114
1,185
1,236

19,202
20,156
21,314

7,367
7,786
8,459

24,869
26,366
27,908

8,394
9,121
9,684

2,316
2,390
2,533

2,245
2,315
2,417

4,008
4,252
4,498

7,906
8,289
8,776

3,531
3,557
3,765

2,601
2,622
2,607

1964— June 3 0 .. 138,649
Dec. 3 1 .. 147,690

49,217
53,717

182
250

4,573
4,393

5,341
5,142

2,320
2,411

2,733
3,250

9,887
10,179

32,794
34,587

1,366
1,404

22,348
23,240

9,079
9,943

30,275
32,024

10,702
11,316

2,766
2,954

2,411
2,483

4,819
5,035

9,576
10,236

4,137
4,824

2,810
3,087

1965-—
June 30. . 158,832
Dcc. 3 1 .. 169,800

58,640
63,979

208
266

4,761
4?, 833

5,729
4,915

2,442
2,714

3,516
>3,868

10,735
12,475

36,577
38,988

1,472
1,539

24,373
25,966

10,733
11,483

34,582
36,418

12,505
13,136

3,104
3,290

2,481
2,563

5,463
5,761

I t , 030
11,669

4,783
4,832

3,141
3.489

1966—June 3 0 .. 179,127
Dec. 3 1 .. 183,743

69,357
72,553

(3
)
(3)

5,244
5,318

5,036
5,389

2,717
2,660

‘ 3,634
14,166

13,068
12,349

40,862
42,384

1,584
1,645

26,945
27,707

12,333
13,032

37,933
37,925

13.833
13,872

3,389
3,644

2,580
2,643

6,048
6,235

12,082
11,531

4,808
4,757

3,531
3,758

1967-—
June 3 0 .. 187,795
Dec. 30 .. 197,827

75,921
79,344

(*)
(3)

5,737
5,702

4,175
5,820

2,743
3,099

1,620
1,754

11,354
11,587

43,130
45,528

1,688
1,770

28,033
29,630

13,409
14,128

38,912
40,454

14,095
14,100

3,838
4,387

2,613
2,715

6,429
6,793

11,937
12/459

‘ 8,007
>8.628

3,805
4,090

1968-—
June 2 9 .. 203,961
Dec. 3 1 .. 221,222

81,922
87,819

(*)
(2)

6,081
5,921

4,525
6,174

3,057
3,379

1,778
2,012

11,259
12,797

47,697
50,461

1,920
1,903

30,782
32,492

14,994
16,066

42,291
45,404

14,881
15,631

4,722
5,343

2,667
2,787.

7,230
7,766

12,791
13,876

• 9,505
i 11,740

4,154
4,485

1969--Ju n e 3 0 .. 234,841
Dec. 3 1 .. 242,995

92,926
96,095

(2)
(3)

6,348
6,187

4,996
5,408

3,473
3,286

2,386
2,258

12,820
14,035

52,556
53,207

2,102
2,006

33,772
34,278

16,683
16,922

47,457
48,388

16,414
16,417

5,893
6,957

2,852
2,861

8,188
8,292

14,110
13,862

i'll,8 7 9
i 14,132

4,588
5,128

1970--Ju n e 3 0 .. 240,814
Dec. 31. . 254,517

95,190
97,954

(s)
(3)

6,626
6,538

3,749
5,963

2,920
3,028

2,228
2,345

13,452
14,688

53,215
54,600

1,973
2,206

34,303
34,841

16,938
17,553

48,729
49,829

16,087
15,913

7,784
8,716

2,814
2,875

8,400
8,869

13,644
13,456

i 14,705
1 19,57l

5,141
5,185

1962-— ar 2 6 ..
M
June 3 0 ..
Sept. 2 8 ..
Dec. 2 8 ..

F o r notes see end o f Table 2.5 E.

2.1 ALL MEMBER BANKS—Continued

On

D.

INVESTM EN TS

[In millions of dollars]
U.S. Govt, securities 1
Direct

Call date

Notes, maturing—

Total
invest­
ments
Total

10,691
10,946
10,891
11,184

1940—M ar. 26.
June 29.
Dec. 31.

20,224
20,482
21,805

11,314
11.600
12,337

1941- -Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

23,104
23,930
24,397
25,500

13,501
14,238
14,095
15,707

4.
30.
24.
31.




M arketable, m aturing—
Within
1 year

After
1 year

Total
Within
1 year

1-5

5-10

10-20

O ver 20
years

303
441

2,604
2,720

7,783
7,786

713
781

2,520
2,826

3,029
2,889

563

2,223

8,398

773

3,018

3,657

797
652

2,543
2,594

8,261
9,091

682
1,367

3,202
2,886

3,776
4,345

600
493

1,127

2,631

10,481

1,380

3,538

5,057

505

971

3,007

11,729

1,425

3,504

5,634

1,521
1,289

1,166

N on­
m arket­
able

G u a r­
anteed

Federal
agency

C orpo­
rate
stock
(includ­
ing
F. R.
Bank
stock)

Other

2,660
2,831
2,920
3,144

2,555
2,554
2,764
2,692

2,688
2,682
2.582
2,519

454
449
447
439

3,107
3,121
3,486

2,905
2,888
3,013

2,465
2,446
2,553

433
427
417

3,487
3,839
4,243
3,832

3,206
2,984
3,161
3,090

2,499
2,459
2,497
2,479

401
392

412

BANKS

19,048
19,462
19,605
19,979

Bills

Cer­
tifi­
cates

Secu­
rities
of
Slates,
etc.

MEMBER

29.
30.
2.
30.

1939- -Mar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

O ther bonds,
notes, and
debentures

D.

MEMBER

2.1 ALL MEMBER BANKS—Continued
INVESTM ENTS—Continued
[In millions of dollars]
U.S. Govt, securities 1

Total
invest­
ments

Call date

Other bonds,

Notes, m aturing—

Total

Cer­
tifi­
cates

Bills

1942—Apr. 4 ..
June 3 0 ..
Dec. 3 1 ..

26,453
29,872
43,175

16,978
21,413
35,006

1,509
4,363

1943—June 3 0 ..
Oct. 18..
Dcc. 31..

52,332
60,397
57,970

44,493
55,255
50,603

6,278
4,360

1944—Apr. 13..
June 30..
Dec. 30..

61,892
65,503
72,893

56,771
59,452
66,784

4,466
3,748

1945—M ar. 20 ..
June 30..
Dec. 31 ..

73,305
78,838
84,408

67,915
73,206
78,323

1946—June 2 9 ..
Sept. 3 0 ..
Dec. 31 ..

78,729
74,931
69,666

72,251
68,232
63,030

1947 —
June 30 ..
Oct. 6 ..
Dec. 31 ..

66,146
66,590
65,218

59,189
59,288
57,904

1948—Apr. 12..
June 30..
Dec. 31..

62,834
6!,578
59,556

55,364
54,131
52,149

1949- -A p r. 11..
June 30..
Dee. 31..

58,930
60,859
65,323
65,297

1950 —
Apr. 24. .
June 30..
Oct. 4 ..
Dec. 30 ..

Bonds
G u ar­
anteed

M arketable, maturing—
Within
1 year

After
1 year

Total
Within
1 year

1-5

5-10

10-20

Over 20
years

N onm arket­
able

Secu­
rities
of
States,
etc.

debentures

rate
stock
ing
F . R.
Bank
stock)

Federal
agency

Other

4,948
9,079

6,621
5,928

i,iii
1,118

144
152

3,471
2,685
2,540

3,173
2,934
2,965

2,448
2,456
2,287

383
384
377

5,039

9,934

7,156

1,254

161

2,487

5,259

14,915

5,564

1,356

171

2,345

2,876
2,818
2,729

2,127
2,003
1,973

349
321
321

30,118
34,927

5 096
5 309

17,813
22,467

5,358
5,118

1,477
1,578

374
455

887
902

2,818
2,834
2,858

1,990
2,020
2,031

313
311
319

14,723
14,271

40,266
44,792

6,380
7,897

26,638
28,656

4,545
5,357

2,026
2,152

677
729

33
16

2,989
3,102
3,254

2,097
2,198
2,521

303
299
295

15,292

10,467

45,420

8,598

28,746

5,027

2,319

729

20

10,043

5 602

46,219

10,939

26,334

5,853

2,368

725

11

3,307
3,617
3,548

2,861
2,808
2,803

290
274
274

773

7,544

4,369

46,502

12,424

24,611

6,309

2,449

709

10

1,987 1

5 *8i 6

4,815

45,286

15,728

19,674

6,673

2,108

1,102

10

3,982
4,224
4,199

2,688
2,800
2,827

278
278
278

4,104
2,800

40,242
38,761

11,319
16,515

19,907­
13,389

5,984
5,860

1,945
1,648

1,087
1,349

8
5

4,452
4,436
4,480

2,739
2,724
2,642

280
279
281

51,362
53,128
57,052
56,879

2,188 ^ 7,597
2,588
7,999
1
2,651 |
8,469
:
3,389 : 10,409

1,639

40,369

21,655

8,705

6,689

1,987

1,334

4

5,085

37,996

23,704

6,895

3,955

2,058

1,384

4

4,637
4,710
5,141
5,274

2,649
2,732
2,843
2,851

282
284
287
289

64,736
65,087
62,755
62,719

55,575
55,753
52,613
52,357

3,539 1
3,588
3,665 ,

4,821
1,868
1.468

9,990
12,633
14,054

37,404
34,524
33,170

23,986
21,012
19,777

7,370
7,356
7,05.

2,557
2,551
2,542

2,169
2,229
2,218

1,323
1,376
1,582

5
6
«

5,954
6,040
6,512
6,640

2,914
2,993
3,322
3,413

293
296
302
301

1951—Apr. 9 ..
June 30 ..
Oct. 10..
Dee. 3 t ..

59,387
59,698
60.452
62,687

48,854
49,101
49,633
51,606

2,694
3,485 1
4,232 1
6,399

2,524
4,739
6,010

14,005
12,313
10,192
9,596

32,155
30,778
30,470
29,601

18,901
17,919
17,721
16,863

7,000
6,566
6,428
6,432

2,597
2,591
2,570
2,594

2,023
2,026 li
2,037
2,017

1,634
1,677
1,714
1.695

7
7
14
15

6,926
6,978
7,288
7,528

3,298
3,304
3,209
3,223

303
307
308
314

1 9 5 2 -M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

3 1 ..
30 ..
5 ..
3 1 ..

61,568
62,976
63,340
64,514

50,160
51,240
51,366
52,744

5,115
5,423
4,269
6,565

6,125
6,134
5,476
4,255

9,499
9,468
9,461
9,835

29,421
30,215
32,160
32,087

16,363
16,333
15,994
15,542

6,777
7,280
9,507
10,088

2,628
2,901
2,973
4,684

1,94*
1,97!
1,943

1,704
1,731
1,744
1,774

14
21
16
19

7,960
8,125
8,410
8,409

3,114
3,268
3,227
3,010

319
322
322
332

1953—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

20..
30..
3 0 ..
31..

60,843
60,176
63,552
64,660

48,772
48,289
51,475
52,571

3,599
4,064
4,171 i!
4,095 S

9,581
9,242
10,909
10,300

31,868
31,176
27,793
29,890

15,749
17,277
13,813
14,996

9,670
8,182
8,263
9,183

4,678
3,854
3,867
3,883

i02
102
103

1,770
1,761
1,749
1 ,7 2 .

26
29
30

8,860
8,680
8,902
8,871

2,850
2,838
2,803
2,841

335
340
342
344




1,872
6,285

3,546
5,410

14,485
18,948

1,651
2,672

9,418

5 251

23,545

12,071

6,906

27,265

14,228
13,982

10,640
14,127

2,633
2,275

i 5,584
16,985

1,072
1,167

!
;
!
!

1

3,725
3,807
8,602
8,287 ;

”

BANKS

Direct

1954—Apr. 15.
June 30.
Oct. 7.
Dec. 31.

63.407
65,988
72,286
71,352

50,767
53,076
58,744
57,789

3,957
3,915
4,531
4,075

4,973
4,417
3,740
4.307

7,488
10,374
13,012
12,464

34,348
34,369
37,460
36,944

11,729
11,319
14,614
10,803

16,655
17,011
16,558
19,782

4,153
4,239
4,487
4,571

76
64
42

1.723
1.724
1,738
1,745

34
36
13
20

9,598
9,890
10,490
10,449

2,660
2,637
2,682
2,729

348
350
357
365

1955—Apr. 11.
June 30.
Oct. 5.
Dec. 31.

69,166
66,473
64,961
64,377

54,956
52,530
50,922
50,688

2,999
2.377
2,534
3,250

3,204
1,281
960
1,738

13,450
13,969
13,119
11,508

35,303
34,903
34,309
34,192

9,310
8,976
8,554
10.755

19,348
19,373
19,299
17,784

4,634
4,575
4,482
3,713

275
237
261
234

1,736
1,742
1,713
1,706

12
13
10
9

10,834
10,584
10,747
10,444

2,992
2,961
2,895
2,843

372
386
388
393

1956—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

10.
30.
26.
31.

61,542
59,645
59,849
60,734

47,691
46,213
46,343
47,563

1,956
2,013
2,147
4,383

1,428
840
1,783
1,469

10,930
10,332
9,954
9,493

33,377
33,029
32,459
32,218

10,450
10,309
10,842
17,281

17,633
17,290
16,094
9,480

3,673
3,908
4.031
4.032

153
149
144
149

1,468
1,373
1,349
1,277

11
12
11
12

10,802
10,557
10,687
10,494

2,633
2,456
2,397
2,250

405
406
411
415

1957—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

14.
6.
11.
31.

59,732
59,360
60,030
61,403

46,223
45,821
46,234
47,073

3,540
3,439
3.377
3,948

1,679
2,798
3,517
3,534

8,914
7,952
8,055
8,560

32,090
31,632
31,285
31,031

17,277
17,192
18.756
19,548

9,410
9,262
7,957
6,849

4,009
4,067
3,587
3,730

150
142
109
101

1,244
969
877
803

6
7

10,780
10,768
11,086
11,235

2,297
2,345
2,277
2,645

419
418
426
444

1958—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4.
23.
24.
31.

62,787
69,443
69,885
70,804

47,862
53,160
53,280
54,294

3,700
3.574
3,082
4,644

2,396
2,905
6,148
6,143

8,504
10,480
10,568
11,117

33,262
36,201
33,482
32.390

19,360
18,052
19.181
18,338

8,975
13,016
9,278
9,601

3,805
3,847
3,745
3,216

330
478
433
439

791
807
845
796

5
5
5
6

11,641
12,786
13,393
13,405

2,828
3,037
2,748
2,630

450
455
459
470

1959—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

12.
10.
6.
31.

69,654
66,858
63,470
63,100

52.955
50,216
46.771
46.771

4,416
3,854
3.574
4,612

5,488
3,688
1,820
1,812

11,326
11,410
11,448
11,604

31,725
31,264
29,929
28,744

20,235
19,763
18,685
17,878

7,022
6,940
7,643
8,144

3,224
3,351
2,466
1,795

468
438
417
393

777
771
718
534

5
9
25
41

13,739
13,820
13.978
13,677

2,476
2,328
2,204
2,108

479
485
492
502

1960—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15.
15.
3.
31.

59,722
59,313
62,050
65,685

43,547
43,453
45,875
49,007

3,235
2,521
4,625
6,402

949
1,583
2,223
2,296

11,484
11,959
13,398
15,072

27,878
27.390
25,629
25,236

20.181
19,898
17,722
17,897

5,383
5,209
5,518
4,973

1,438
1,399
1,450
1,496

367
406
518
458

509
478
421
412

58
73
94
99

13,732
13,473
13,897
14,141

1,874
1,796
1,656
1,903

512
518
527
536

1961—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12.
30.
27.
30.

65,977
68,057
72,582
73,366

48,197
50,222
53,721
53,914

5,216
5,962
9,693
9,229

1,681
2,951
1,933
1,842

3,386
4,181
5,058
6,457

12,548
12,295
13,266
14,932

25,367
24,834
23,771
21,454

4,001
5,427
4,508
1,975

12,198
11,018
11,585
12,871

7,094
6,397
5,765
4,688

1,665
1,590
1,517
1,614

408
401
397
307

135
139
142
144

15,284
15,220
16,115
16,691

1,140
1,278
1,434
1,510

672
642
609
524

550
556
562
583

1962- M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

26.
30.
28.
28.

72,507
74,285
74,526
77,061

51,784
51,920
51,185
52,838

7,262
6,467
6,124
8,862

3,184
2,984
2,901
3,249

7,407
9,448
4,903
4,269

12,716
11,919
14,660
15,174

21,215
21,102
22,597
21,284

1,901
794
3,636
1,795

11,133
11,496
8,410
8,839

6,264
6,987
9,556
9,825

1,624
1,537
720
608

293
288
275
217

139
145
138
131

17,994
19,321
20,129
20,773

1,473
1,742
1,884
2,103

515
536
549
572

601
621
642
644

1963- -Mar. 18.
June 29.
Dec. 20.

76,570
77.407
78,415

51,378
50,314
49,246

7,839
6,863
8,032

2,628
2,608
1.307

2,916
3,470
4,532

16,565
15,953
13,539

21,431
21,420
21,836

1,241
1,100
830

7,203
7,560
10,156

11,808
11,690
9,755

970
865
899

209
205
196

84
85
96

21.978
23,533
25,210

1,938
2.237
2,604

521
557
552

671
681
708

1964— June 30.
Dec. 31.

76,484
80,807

46,108
48,588

6,707
9,932

16

5,053
5,575

13,519
9,663

20,813
23,419

1,512
1,515

9,193
11,240

9,060
9,866

863
634

185
164

126
130

26,579
28,374

2.238
2,439

695
517

738
759

1965—June 30.
Dec. 31.

78,496
81,777

43,302
44,992

6,260
9,441

5,637
5,325

5,792
4,781

25,612
26,291

694
1,713

12,398
12,939

11,413
10,663

954
911

153
66

93
76

31,036
32,588

2,678
2,984

547
1,214

839

1966—June 30.
Dec. 31.

79,511
80,884

39,942
41,924

5,525
8,074

859
493

4,125
4,728

4,993
5,061

25,333
24,520

890
1,097

13,188
13,897

10,428
8,677

769
793

58
56

93
89

33,896
33,800

4,449
3,823

1,223
1,337

1967—June 30.
Dec. 30.

86,452
96,271

40,636
46.956

5,392
9,633

377

3,464
4,419

7,508
9,237

24,626
24,305

1,031
2,783

14,880
15,177

7,780
5,364

882
930

53
51

229
308

39,085
41,520

4,932
5,849

1,799
1,946

1968—June 29.
Dec. 31.

94,614
104,802

43,361
47,881

4,415

4,983

11,311

23,372

3,673

13,017

5,704

934

43,382
48,423

5,817
6,277

2,054
2,221

1969—June 30.
Dec. 31.

95,746
94,618

39,382
39,833

2,914

2,592

13,654

20,060

4,982

13,573

567

897

101

48,600
47,227

5,975
5,847

1,789
1,711

1970—June 30.
Dec. 31.

95,451
112,004

37,324
45,399

3,247

5,974

13,642

14,287

1,403

186

697

156

50,108
55,662

6,153
8,680

1,866
2,262

For notes see end o f Table 2.5 E.




MEMBER

2.1 ALL MEMBER BANKS — Continued
E.

D EPO SITS

fin millions o f dollars]
Demand

Time

Cali date

JPC

State
and
local
govt.

U.S.
Govt.

Interbank

IPC

Total
Foreign

Savings

Other
time

Foreign
govt.
and
other

State
and
local
govt.

U.S.
Govt.
and
postal
savings

Dom estic
Com ­
m er­
cial

M utual
savings

Foreign

749

11,615
11,719
11,727
11,852

10,940
11,063
11,104
11,215

461
441
418
432

68
59
51
51

133
142
154
144

696
700

11,980
12,070
12,319

11,368
11,459
11,687

411
410
435

52
59
56

150
134
135

681
67i

12,431
12,495
12,558
12,487

11,837
11,898
11,980
11,878

392
397
382
418

54
55
50
50

147
138
147
133

10,101

746
811

12,087
12,236
12,841

11,520
11,673
12,366

395
400
332

49
49
56

123
109
82

5
5

1,050
1,065
1,573

9,648
9,806
9,603

832
833
891

13,866
14,667
15,330

13,382
14,176
14,822

341
316
327

71
109
120

66
62
58

5
5
4

11,468
17,634
18,509

1,058
1,460
1,251

9,263
9,904
10,881

937
937
945

16,165
16,947
19,317

15,645
16,448
18,807

347
333
347

113
104
105

54
52
47

6
11
11

12,409
21,967
22,179

1,305 |
1,138 I
2,450 j

10,250
11,064
12,333

1,016
1,106
1,243

20,548
21,809
24,274

20,004
21,254
23,712

378
392
399

101
102
99

54
44
46

11
16
18

65.589
67,129
69.127

4,826 J 12,009
4,763
7,763
4,915
2,672

2,179 !
1,796
2,207

10,391
10,042
10,644

1,339
1,370
1.353

26,187
26,817
27,253

25,568
26,150
26,525

447
491
551

101
104
114 I

46
45
43

26
27
19

87.361
90,162
94,138

67,933
69,047
72,704

5,376
5,059
5,504

1.095
2,308 I
1,176 !

1,976
1,821
2,401

9,612
10,471
10,978

1.369
1,455
1.375

28,074
28,333
28,390

27,259
27,511
27,542

649
661
693

106
110
105

38
37
39

21
13
11

116,672
117,452
121,362

88,041
88,583
92,459

68,093
68,204
70,947

5,570
5,873
5,850

2,115 |j
1,846 1
2,122

1,755
1,873
1,962

9,133
9,433
10,098

1.375
1.353
1,480

28,632
28,869
28,902

27,616
27,805
27,801

872 I
912 !

102 |
106 !
Ill

33
31
30

9
16
33

1949—Apr. 1 1 . .. .
June 30___
Nov. 1___
Dec. 3 1 . . . .

116,011
116,980
120,640
123,885

86,906
87,576
91.393
94,561

66,766
67,157
69,493
71.589

5,849 i
5,983 |
5,913
6,017

2,563
1,980 '
2,987
2,838

1,462
2,222
1,829
2,185

8,855
8,864
9,778
10,623

1,411
29,105
1.369
29,405
1,393 ! 29,248
1,310 29,324

27,885
28,038
27,876
27,934

1,030 I
1,069
1,043
1,051

122
157
170
175

27
24
25
24

39
117
134
139

1950—Apr. 2 4 . . . .
June 30__ _
Oct. 4 ____
Dec. 3 0 . . . .

119.967 90.361
122,707 92,878
124,477 95,005
133,089 103,412

69,365
70,463
73,190
78,659

6,100
6,428 1
6,048
6,400

2,687
3,340
2,482 |
2,523 I

1,718
2,001
1,772 ,
2,724

9,150
9,368
10,115
11,669

1,343 I 29,605
1,278 | 29,829
1,398
29,472
1,437 I 29,677

28,213
28,328
27,921
28,032

1,074 !
1,115
1,135
1,121 :

170
182
180
183

27
26
26
24

123
178
210
318

1939—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

43,666
45,873
48.430
49,340

32,051
34,154
36,703
37,488

1940— M ar. 2 6 ___
June 2 9 ___
Dec. 3 ! . . . .
1941—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.
^
^

Foreign
govt.
and
other

Interbank
Certi- J
Domestic
fied j
and i
officers’
Com ­
checks,
mer­
etc.
M utual
cial
savings

BANKS

IPC
Total
de­
posits

2 9 ....
3 0 ....
2 ....
3 0 ....

20,845
22,448
23,983
24,604

2,467
2,532
2,390
2,321

775
694
675
743 ;

533
790
666
563 ;

6,816
7,097
8,989
8,507

50,178
51,729
56.430

38,197
39,659
44,110

24,965
26,397
29,576

2,499
2,529
2,724

725 i
711 !
616 j

558 !
475 I
913 I

9,449
8,852
9,581

4 ___
3 0___
2 4___
3 1 ....

56,824
58,512
60,105
61,717

44.393
46,016
47,546
49,231

29,752
31,429
32,149
33,061

2,957
2,940
3,090
3,066

523
619
781
1,709

662
738
730
1,009 j

10,498
9,610
10,797
9,714

1942— Apr. 4 . . . .
June 3 0 . . . .
Dec. 3 ! . . . .

61,013
63,404
78,277

48,926
51,168
65,436

32,602
35,646
42,139

3,285
3,230
3,318

2,164
1,724 |
7,923

589 I
711 I
1,142

10,286
9,110

1943—June 3 0 . . . .
Oct. 1 8 . .. .
Dec. 3 1 . . . .

84,016
94,968
92,262

70,151
80,301
76,932

47,863
47,849
51,820

3,522
7,236
3,206 1 17,542
3,602
9,444

1944— Apr. 1 3 . .. .
June 3 0 . . . .
Dec. 3 0___

94,631
101,276
110,917

78,466
84,328
91,600

52.126
50,756
56,270

3,613
3,638
3,744

1945— M ar. 2 0 ___
June 3 0 . . . .
Dec. 3 1 . . . .

108.967
118,378
129,670

88,419
96,569
105,395

59,409
57,417
62,950

4,030
3,877
4,240

1946—June 2 9 . . . .
Sept. 3 0 ----Dec. 3 1 . . . .

122,519
119,680
118,170

96,332
92,864
90,917

1947—June 3 0 . . . .
Oct. 6 . . . .
Dec. 3 1 . . . .

115,435
118,495
122,528

1948—Apr. 1 2 . .. .
June 3 0 ___
Dec. 3 1 . . . .




S

615
593

13
14
10

1951—Apr. 9 ..................... 128,229
June 3 0 ..................... 129,737
Oct. 10..................... 132,369
Dcc. 3 1 ..................... 141,015

98,588
99,664
101,825
109,970

73,118
74,061
77,511
83,240

6,190
6,713
6,059
6,666

6,256
5,811
3,848
3,101

1,841
2,093
1,717
2,961

9,739
9,659
11,435
12,634

1,444
1,327
1,255
1,369

29,640
30,073
30,544
31,045

27,891
28,263
28,667
29,128

1,201
1,243
1,224
1,238

190
206
233
257

25
23
23
22

333
339
397
400

1952— M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

31 .....................
3 0 .....................
5 .....................
3 1 .....................

135,165
138,769
136,937
147,527

103,600
106,512
104,415
114,045

77,007
79,186
79,731
85,680

6,816
6,989
6,591
7,029

5,409
5,439
4,023
4,567

2,219
2,555
1,803
2,744

10,841
11,013
10,897
12,594

1,308
1,329
1,370
1,431

31,565
32,257
32,522
33,482

29,556
30,196
30,413
31,266

1,291
1,303
1,309
1,303

272
288
300
321

24
28
33
32

422
441
466
560

1953

Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

2 0 .....................
3 0 .....................
3 0 .....................
31.....................

139,795
140,830
143,803
150,164

105,740
106,027
108,544
113,930

80,998
80,741
81, 132
85,711

7,234
7,403
6,989
7,530

3,044
3,378
5,555
3,756

2,520
2,256
2,375
2,783

10,593
10,947
11,153
12,858

1,350
1,300
1,341
1,291

34,055
34,803
35,259
36,234

31,783
32,412
32,825
33,311

1,337
1,395
1,380
1,595

311
310
310
308

29
32
32
38

595
653
713
983

1954

Apr. 15..................... 144,436
June 3 0 ..................... 148,252
Oct. 7 ..................... 151,717
Dec. 3 1 ..................... 157,252

107,089
109,856
112,446
117,826

81,146
81,034
82,775
88,859

7,623
7,839
7,058
7,781

3,268
5,165
6,546
3,715

2,537
2,581
2,435
2,964

11,246
11,956
12,280
13,015

1,270
1,280
1,352
1,493

37,347
38,396
39,271
39,425

33,932
34,687
35,370
35,650

1,754
1,912
2,017
1,966

307
300
324
334

5!
54
63
64

1,302
1,443
1,496
1,412

1955

Apr. 11..................... 153,379
June 3 0 ..................... 154,670
Oct. 5 ..................... 154,162
Dec. 3 1 ..................... 163,757

113,625
114,411
113,720
123,239

86,073
85,706
87,091
93,687

7,345
8,117
7,462
8,075

4,714
4,656
3,258
3,327

2,474
2,919
2,678
3,638

11,533
11,482
11,720
13,002

1,486
1,531
1,513
1,511

39,754
40,259
40,442
40,518

36,002
36,504
36,776
36,972

2,008
1,968
1,875
1,865

330
338
325
327

52
50
38
38

1,362
1,400
1,428
1,315

155,842
158,388
157,615
167,906

115,053
116,847
115,792
125,708

87,647
87,404
87,859
95,163

7,780
8,496
7,684
8,211

3,486
4,806
4,538
3,292

2,781
3,004
2,696
3,475

11,757
11,627
11,400
13,818

1,603
1,510
1,615
1,749

40,789
41,542
41,823
42,197

37,275
37,916
38,264
38,769

1,992
1,954
1,913
1,839

315
302
301
301

38
42
42
39

1,168
1,328
1,304
1,250

1957—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

14.....................
6 .....................
11.....................
3 1 .....................

159,593
157,593
161,871
170,637

115,996
112,911
115,921
124,100

91,017
86,624
89,136
93,804

7,778
8,371
7,634
8,412

1,789
2,932
3,575
3,472

2,807
2,616
2,366
3,331

11,059
10,799
11,450
13,356

1,546
1,568
1,760
1,726

43,596
44,682
45,950
46,537

40,028
40,883
42,253
42,845

1,965
2,128
2,128
2,170

296
302
292
275

50
46
34
27

1,258
1,323
1,243
1,220

1 9 5 8 -M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4 .....................
2 3 .....................
2 4 .....................
31.....................

164,196
173,904
170,031
182,816

115,457
121,744
117,005
129,497

87,729
87,703
89,326
98,133

8,430
8,628
7,992
8,603

3,231
8,658
3,782
3,822

2,831
3,482
2,447
3,712

11,703
11,676
11,994
13,614

1,532
1,597
1,464
1,613

48,740
52,160
53,026
53,319

43,936
46,339
47,468
48,004

2,558
3,296
3,104
2,829

242
259
279
300

67
139
144
141

1,937
2,127
2,030
2,046

1959—Mar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

12.....................
10.....................
6 .....................
3 1 .....................

174,338
174,811
176,674
184,706

120,379
120,021
122,245
130,542

93,911
93,353
92,892
98,532

8,203
8,207
8,218
8,915

2,154
2,406
4,298
4,504

3,004
3,110
3,288
3,542

11,493
11,446
12,091
13,389

1,614
1,499
1,458
1,659

53,959
54,790
54,429
54,165

48,699
49,565
50,094
50,185

2,884
2,937
2,473
2,383

283
297
265
259

132
124
105
81

1,962
1,866
1,492
1,257

I960— Mar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15.....................
15.....................
3 .....................
31.....................

176,710
179,519
182,280
193,029

122,895
124,678
125,052
134,117

94,847
93,896
92,147
99,134

8,156
8,304
8,563
9,016

3,959
5,745
6,715
5,287

2,937
3,366
3,544
4,244

11,568
11,980
12,648
14,875

1,428
1,387
1,434
1,561

53,815
54,841
57,228
58,912

49,878
50,534
52,328
53,477

2,532
2,768
3,117
3,559

249
234
237
237

71
98
129
175

1,085
1,208
1,418
1,464

1961—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12.....................
3 0 .....................
2 7 .....................
3 0 .....................

185,375
189,226
192,305
209,630

123,115
124,376
125,930
142,170

95,227
92,238
93,211
104,803

654
648
686
650

8,442
9,241
8,479
9,487

1,909
5,731
7,293
5,381

3,175
3,441
2,935
4,654

654
580
576
675

12,112
11,481
11,781
15,249

941
1,016
968
1,270

62,261
64,849
66,375
67,460

48,330
49,648
50,500
51,985

7,657
8,652
9,037
8,367

1,763
1,809
2,088
2,174

4,008
4,203
4,214
4,371

250
263
254
260

16
15
14
8

130
156
170
178

107
104
98
117

1962— Mar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

26.....................
30.....................
2 8 .....................
2 8 .....................

197,084
206,057
207,347
219,468

124,971
130,544
130,045
139,393

93,016
94,173
95,340
103,929

645
652
560
717

8,616
9,107
8,961
9,270

6,125
8,734
7,653
6,086

3,258
4,080
3,448
4,083

597
642
585
652

11,606
11,991
12,432
13,419

1,108
1,163
1,065
1,237

72,113
75,513
77,302
80,074

53,421
55,213
56,848
58,296

11,078
12,424
12,830
13,595

2,156
2,156
2,111
2,424

4,866
5,096
4,916
5,158

261
274
245
243

21
32
31
28

190
191
193
207

122
128
128
123

1963—Mar. 18..................... 214,451
June 2 9 ..................... 222,619
Dec. 2 0 ..................... 229,376

130,740
135,696
138,065

97,882
97,333
103,296

600
620
834

8,874
9,535
9,376

4,760
9,761
5,986

3,950
4,060
4,055

616
679
582

12,942
12,467
12,796

1,117
1,242
1,140

83,711
86,923
91,311

59,636
61,023
62,666

15,045
16,451
18,627

2,670
2,848
3,033

5,745
5,999
6,364

241
228
240

38
33
39

210
237
222

125
103
121

1964—June 3 0 ..................... 238,052
Dec. 3 1 ..................... 255,724

139,493
151,383

100,942
112,060

663
819

9,639
10,293

9,342
5,838

4,379
5,368

716
709

12,531
14,895

1,280
1,403

98,559
104,340

65,099
67,888

22,107
23,669

3,556
3,868

7,045
8,012

227
239

73
110

306
321

146
233

1965—June 3 0 ..................... 259,743
Dec. 3 1 ..................... 275,517

146,238
154,475

103,731
115,023

771
882

10,127
10,840

10,806
4,890

5,449
5,386

741
825

13,268
15,152

1,346
1,477

113,505
121,042

71,473
75,581

28,315
30,293

4,026
4,052

8,592
10,041

247
236

210
154

400
450

240
236

1966—June 3 0 ..................... 281,209
Dec. 31..................... 292,004

152,715
161,439

108,268
119,556

764
860

11,445
11,406

9,979
4,432

6,095
6,396

843
747

13,909
16,304

1,412
1,736

128,494
130,565

73,654
72,624

39,073
41,771

4,301
4,180

10,334
10,983

204
213

163
142

523
424

242
228




BANKS

10.....................
3 0 .....................
2 6 .....................
3 1 .....................

MEMBER

1956— Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

MEMBER
BANKS

2.1 ALL MEMBER BANKS—Continued
E.

D EPO SITS— Continued
[In millions of dollars]

Demand

Time

IPC
Call date

Total
de­
posits

Total
IPC

Interbank

Foreign
govt.
and
other

State
and
local
govt.

U.S.
Govt.

Certi­
fied
and
officers'
checks,
- etc.

IPC

Donnestic

Total

Commer-

Foreign

14,834
18,054

M utual
savings

1,557
1,861

Savings

Interbank

Other
time

Foreign
govt.
and
other

State
and
local
govt.

U.S.
Govt.
and
postal
savings

Dorr estic

M utual
savings

C om ­
m er­
cial

Foreign

1
143,236
149,589

73,558
75,748

50,368
54,489

5,010
5,093

12,747
12.856

240
235

473
204

649
665

192
299

1,834 f153.695
2,036 164,603

75,957
76,513

58.593
66,361

4.553
4,671

13,373
15,668

286
330

196
144

522
633

216
283

20,977
22,464

2,072
2,399

158,088
151,055

74.833
73,154

64,703
60,834

4,453
6,321

13,071
9,951

305
186

36
30

464
339

222
241

21,870
25,333

2,313 158,234
2,882 181,542

7 3 ,158
76,452

64,344
80,005

6,730
4,541

13,142
18,406

168
406

92

409
1,290

191
169

1967—June 30................... 297,529 154,293 113,360
Dec. 30.................... 327,012 177,423 13.1,318

763
866

11,566
11,857

4,580
4,631

6,857
7,940

777
896

1968—June 29................... 323,935 170,240 123,966
Dec. 31................... 356,351 191,748 141,621

749
855

12,503
12,851

4,127
4,309

9,251
8,592

828 1 16,981
896 t 20,587

1969—June 30................... 345,347
Dec. 31................... 350,759

187,258 133,082
199,704 145,082

775
911

12,916
13,274

4,874
4,114

11,513
10,483

1,049
977

1970—June 30................... 346,229 187,995 132,884
Dec. 31................... 385,176 203,634 146,580

922
893

12,930
13,250

6,957
6,460

9,179
7,309

940
927
1

F o r notes see end of Table 2.5 E.




273

2.2 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS — NEW YORK CITY
A.

TOTAL ASSETS AND N UM BER O F BANKS
[Assets in millions o f dollars]

Loans and investments

Balances with—

Investments
CaU date

Total
assets
Total

Loans
Total

U.S.
Govt.
Other
securities securities

Reserve
with
F. R.
Banks

Currency
and
coin

Cash
items

D om es­
tic
banks

Foreign
banks

Bank
prem­
ises,
etc.

Other
real
estate

Cus­
tom ers’
liability
on
accept­
ances

Other
assets

N um ber
of
banks

8,408
8,688
9,044
9,339

3,086
2,988
3,116
3,296

5,322
5,700
5,928
6,043

4,025
4,484
4,558
4,772

1,296
1,216
1,370
1,272

4,582
4,975
5,929
5,915

63
61
85
89

156
112
109
125

29
26
23
14

604
1,029
806
560

212
210
208
207

51
51
51
40

78
75
57
75

60
56
65
49

36
36
36
36

1 9 40-M ar. 26...............
June 29...............
Dec. 31...............

17,174
17,918
19,688

9,594
9,829
10,910

3,211
3,014
3,384

6,383
6,815
7,527

4,972
5,486
6,044

1,412
1,328
1,483

6,386
7,072
7,057

84
88
102

163
119
122

13
11
6

568
453
1,137

206
204
200

40
37
34

69
54
57

51
52
63

36
36
36

1941—Apr. 4 ...............
June 30...............
Sept. 24...............
Dec. 31...............

19,625
19,863
19,748
19,862

11,696
12,493
12,930
12,896

3,502
3,778
3,939
4,072

8,194
8,715
8,991
8,823

6,625
7,268
7,331
7,265

1,568
1,447
1,660
1,559

6,715
5,857
5,534
5,105

85
136
96
93

154
131
114
141

4
5
5
6

588
900
731
1,290

203
202
201
200

34
34
33
31

54
50
40
44

91
53
64
55

36
36
36
36

1942—Apr. 4 ...............
June 30...............
Dec. 31...............

19,315
20,143
24,127

13,123
14,019
17,957

4,173
4,066
4,116

8,950
9,953
13,841

7,381
8,550
12,547

1,569
1,404
1,294

5,236
4,762
4,388

81
88
72

190
103
82

7
8
8

349
847
1,313

199
202
199

31
30
28

32
32
22

68
52
57

36
37
37

1943—June 30...............
Oct. 18...............
Dec. 31...............

24,029
27,117
25,499

18,982
22,137
19,994

4,009
5,373
4,428

14,974
16,764
15,566

13,887
15,734
14,563

1,087
1,031
1,002

3,473
3,426
3,596

92
100
92

52
71
61

12
10
13

1,111
1,053
1,436

193
191
192

22
20
17

29
27
26

63
81
71

37
37
37

1944—Apr. 13...............
June 30...............
Dec. 30...............

25,918
28,003
29,230

20,805
22,669
24,003

4,594
5,479
5,760

16,211
17,190
18,243

15,175
16,157
17,179

1,035
1,033
1,065

3,530
3,455
3,766

111
85
102

57
60
76

11
10
10

1,090
1,420
967

190
188
180

16
14
12

30
27
36

77
75
79

37
37
37

1945— Mar. 20...............
June 30...............
Dec. 31...............

28,238
30,813
32,887

22,734
25,756
26,143

5,054
7,069
7,334

17,681
18,687
18,809

16,568
17,492
17,574

1,113
1,196
1,235

3,949
3,879
4,015

104
89
111

62
64
78

10
14
12

1,093
716
2,223

178
176
172

11
10
7

25
24
37

71
84
89

37
37
37

1946—June 29...............
Sept. 30...............
Dec. 31...............

30,143
28,080
27,380

23,304
21,972
20,834

6,506
6,258
6,368

16,798
15,714
14,465

15,646
14,410
13,308

1,152
1,304
1,158

4,255
4,015
4,046

85
129
131

68
61
87

18
30
25

2,102
1,553
1,948

169
169
164

5
5
4

54
60
64

83
86
78

37
37
37

1947—June 30...............
Oct. . 6 ...............
Dec. 31...............

26,890
26,792
27,982

20,332
20,469
20,393

6,548
6,881
7,179

13,784
13,588
13,214

12,571
12,305
11,972

1,213
1,283
1,242

4,166
4,254
4,639

123
143
151

50
55
70

20
14
15

1,884
1,530
2,387

161
160
159

4
4
3

55
70
83

95
93
83

37
37
37

1948—Apr. 12..............
June 30...............
Dec. 31...............

26,191
26,272
26,956

19,547
19,019
18,759

7,169
7,550
8,048

12,378
11,469
10,712

11,129
10,358
9,649

1,249
1,110
1,063

4,481
4,883
5,643

141
122
117

46
46
67

10
12
17

1,602
1,734
1,913

158
158
157

3
3
4

98
124
105

106
170
173

37
35
35

1949—Apr. 11...............
June 30...............
Nov. 1...............
Dec. 31...............

25,258
26,598
26,312
26,962

18,065
19,103
19,451
19,583

7,546
7,689
7,505
7,550

10,519
11,413
11,946
12,033

9,383
10,278
10,751
10,746

1,136
1,135
1,195
1,287

5,164
4,726
4,532
4,462

140
130
114
112

41
56
35
68

11
10
34
26

1,437
2,187
1,742
2,318

156
156
154
152

4
4
3
3

87
86
83
100

152
141
163
138

35
35
25
25

1950—Apr. 24...............
June 30...............
Oct. 4 ..............
Dec. 30...............

25,607
26,261
26,437
28,954

19,216
19,548
19,821
20,612

7,616
7,723
8,821
9,729

11,599
11,825
11,001
10,883

9,987
10,281
9,132
8,993

1,613
1,544
1,869
1,890

4,297
4,235
4,418
4,693

131
92
125
118

33
38
41
78

21
32
92
94

1,541
1,931
1,510
2,939

152
151
151
153

3
3
3
3

96
110
136
125

119
120
139
139

25
25
24
23




BANKS

14,243
15,282
16,376
16,413

MEMBER

1939—Mar. 29...............
June 30...............
Oct. 2 ...............
Dec. 30...............

A.

MEMBER

1 2 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—NEW YORK CITY—Continued
TO TA L ASSETS AND NUM BER O F BANKS—Contioued
[Assets in millions o f dollars]
Loans and investments

Total
assets

Investments
Total

Loans

Total

U.S.
Govt.
Other
securities securities

Reserve
with
F. R.
Banks

Currency
and
coin

Domes­
tic
banks

1951—Apr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

9 ..............
30..............
10..............
31..............

28,061
28,444
27,680
30,464

20,371
20,604
20,280
21,379

10,008
10,234
10,527
11,146

10,363
10,370
9,753
10,233

8,413
8,460
7,718
8,129

1,949
1,910
2,035
2,104

5,379
5,053
5,356
5,246

143
96
159
159

38
48
39
79

1952—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

31..............
30..............
5 ..............
31..............

29,449
30,365
28,203
31,053

20,892
21,710
20,901
22,130

10,940
11,268
10,944
12,376

9,953
10,442
9,957
9,754

7,741
8,212
7,663
7,678

2,211
2,231
2,295
2,076

5,349
5,266
5,050
5,059

137
168
134
148

1953—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

20..............
30..............
30..............
31..............

28,779
28,814
29,692
30,684

20,579
20,452
21,568
22,058

12,169
11,883
12,114
12,289

8,409
8,569
9,454
9,769

6,266
6,639
7,436
7,765

2,143
1,930
2,018
2,004

5,052
5,204
4,885
4,846

1954— Apr. 15..............
June 30..............
Oct. 7 ..............
Dec. 31..............

29,584
30,771
31,271
32,193

21,755
22,681
23,794
23,880

11,924
11,619
11,633
12,039

9,831
11,062
12,161
11,841

7,457
8,695
9,643
9,342

2,374
2,367
2,518
2,499

1955—Apr. 11..............
June 30..............
Oct. 5 ..............
Dec. 31..............

31,155
31,559
30,792
33,228

23,578
23,099
23,007
23,583

12,819
13,016
13,882
14,640

10,758
10,083
9,125
8,943

8,212
7,782
6,774
6,796

1956—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

10..............
30..............
26..............
31..............

30,905
31,801
31,457
33,381

23,159
23,270
23,422
23,809

14,945
15,373
15,804
15,987

8,214
7,896
7,618
7,822

1957—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

14..............
6 ..............
11..............
31..............

32,629
30,993
31,594
33,975

23,793
23,293
23,277
23,828

16,213
15,895
16,067
16,102

1958—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4 ..............
23 ..............
24..............
31..............

33,582
36,664
32,782
36,398

24,664
27,149
25,230
25,966

1959—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

12..............
10..............
6 ..............
31..............

34,553
34,387
34,081
35,750

1960—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15..............
15..............
3 ..............
3 1 .............

1961—
-Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12..............
30..............
27..............
30..............




Cash
items
Foreign
banks

Bank
prem­
ises,
etc.

Cus­
tom ers5
liability
on
accept­
ances

Other
real
estate

Other
assets

Num ber
of
banks

69 1
79
31
28

1,603
2,116
1,363
3,051

153
154
156
153

3
2
2
2

169
152
157
209

134
139
138
157

23
22
22
22

264
92
34
84

20
19
27
55

2,248
2,589
1,533
3,073

155
155
155
157

2
2
2
3

220
190
195
205

161
172
17!
139

22
22
22
22

143
127
135
129

42
49
49
70

23
34
26
35

2,436
2,465
2,504
2,993

158
158
158
158

3
3
3
3

201
190
234
253

143
131
131
139

22
22
22
22

4,635
4,614
4,636
4,398

134
131
154
126

49
60
39
67

27
35
48
76

2,395
2,684
1,978
2,914

158
161
167
162

3
4
3
3

289
249
273
388

138
153
178
179

22
22
22
21

2,546
2,300
2,351
2,148

4,414
4,399
4,265
4,431

163
138
145
127

41
87
81
111

43
58
39
52

2,139
3,067
2,544
4 226

174
175
177
185

3
3
3

414
320
318
318

187
213
214
193

18
18
18
18

6,000
6,011
5,650
6,057

2,214
1,885
1,968
1,765

4,145
4,331
4,133
4,375

145
94
147
161

91
89
73
99

30
33
90
28

2 633
3,207
2,753
3,966

172
176
178
187

i
l
2

297
355
423
492

234
246
237
262

18
18
18
18

7,580
7,398
7,210
7,726

5,661
5,738
5,420
5,880

1,919
1,660
1,789
1,846

4,458
4,080
4,361
4,564

151
143
116
158

51
45
39
110

32
37
32
41

3,161
2,386
2,576
4,110

189
195
208
215

3
4
5
5

542
533
703
698

249
277
279
245

18
18
18
18

16,208
16,764
15,464
16,165

8,457
10,385
9,766
9,802

6,295
8,035
7,350
7,486

2,161
2,350
2,416
2,315

4,230
4,418
3,819
4,454

127
145
142
161

55
76
62
92

24
40
55
57

3,124
3,593
2,233
4,534

220
225
233
244

5
6
6
6

850
700
638
591

283
313
366
293

18
18
18
18

25,979
25,648
25,315
25,291

15,825
16,514
17,502
18,121

10,154
9,134
7,813
7,170

7,672
6,745
5,418
5,002

2,481
2,389
2,395
2,168

3,987
4,090
3,779
3,908

161
148
140
151

60
66
56
138

34
48
40
51

3,175
3,202
3,521
4,925

248
256
294
323

6
6
6
6

579
520
481
510

324
402
450
447

18
17
16
16

34,524
36,102
37,306
39,767

24,962
25,774
26,386
27,726

18,073
18,350
17,760
18,465

6,889
7,424
8,626
9,262

4,637
5,384
6,354
6,980

2,252
2,040
2,273
2,282

3,798
4,054
4,031
3,398

139
144
144
199

76
87
78
147

27
40
76
77

4,155
4,565
4,894
6,480

331
331
366
291

5
7
7
49

664
712
943
1,036

367
389
382
364

16
16
15
15

37,092
38,741
39,540
43,538

26,902
28,220
29,453
30,297

17,678
18,054
18,183
19,535

9,224
10,167
11,270
10,762

6,419
7,642
8,402
7,862

2,805
2,524
2,868
2,900

3,612
3,563
3,603
3,286

202
130
203
240

118
98
78
143

77
71
78
146

4,269
4,754
4,105
7,348

307
326
323

52
57
60
63

1,116
1,044
1,136
1,207

437
478
502
469

15
15
14
13

339

BANKS

Call date

Balances with—

26..............
30..............
2 8 ..............
28..............

40,069
41,910
41,263
46,135

29,930
30,396
30,511
32,989

19,795
19,224
20,060
21,954

10,134
11,172
10,452
11,034

6,805
7,659
6,596
7,017

3,330
3,513
3,856
4,017

3,271
3,495
3,338
4,121

231
165
184
251

68
106
99
156

84
87
76
123

4,451
5,700
5,175
6,398

347
356
365
382

67
69
73

1.148
1,014
982
1,420-

472
523
461
521

13
13
16
17

1963—M ar. 18..............
June 29..............
Dec. 20..............

44,295
44,981
46,434

32,941
32,847
34,827

21,501
21,446
23,577

11,440
11,401
11,249

6,984
6,506
6,154

4,456
4,895
5,095

3,341
3,439
3,625

254
191
264

126
121
96

76
88
119

5,503
5,963
5,269

390
510
532

74
6
8

1,100
1,095
1,012

490
722
683

16
13
13

1964—June 30..............
Dec. 31..............

49,716
53,867

36,693
39,507

25,490
27,301

11,203
12r206

5,779
6,178

5,424
6,028

3,919
3,730

273
278

82
180

157
129

6,119
7,504

611
614

1,101
1,039

762
889

14
13

1965—June 30..............
Dec. 31..............

57,150
59,517

42,225
44,763

30,975
33,125

11,250
11,638

4,907
5,203

6,342
6,435

4,274
3,788

314
310

199
122

109
127

7,290
7,529

620
623

1,113
1,077

1,007
1,179

13
12

1966—June 30..............
Dec. 31..............

62,408
64,424

46,453
46,536

35,796
35,941

10,658
10,594

4,466
4,920

6,192
5,674

3,356
4,062

313
326

235
201

97
98

8,929
10,182

628
645

1,165
1,210

1,232
1,165

12
12

1967—June 30..............
Dec. 30..............

65,668
74,609

47,701
52,141

36,441
39,059

11,260
13,082

5,048
6,027

6,212
7,055

4,397
4,786

279
397

188
476

112
113

9,712
13,025

673
685

36

1,415
1,376

1,191
1,574

12
12

1968—June 29..............
Dec. 31..............

75,544
81,364

51,361
57,047

39,544
42,968

11,817
14,078

5,046
5,984

6,771
8,094

5,013
4,506

305
443

559
420

97
112

14,659
14,467

701
721

45
27

1,359
1,424

1,444
2,197

12
12

1969—June 30..............
Dec. 31..............

89,283
87,753

57,885
60,333

46,232
48,305

11,653
12,028

4,445
5,048

7,208
6,980

4,212
4,358

400
463

424
455

92
90

21,095
16,983

785
809

31
33

1,789
1,944

2,569
2,285

12
12

1970—June 30..............
Dec. 31..............

85,666
89,384

57,088
62,347

44,881
47,161

12,207
15,186

4,413
6,009

7,795
9,177

4,621
4,683

429
436

606
1,308

87
89

17,328
15,199

839
869

31
30

2,317
2,237

2,322
2,187

12
12

1962—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

F o r notes see end o f Table 2.5 E .

2.2 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—NEW YORK CITY—Continued

-j
**

B. TO TA L LIA BILITIES
[In millions o f dollars]

Call date

1939—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

Total
liabil­
ities
and
capital

Deposits

Total

Inter­
bank

U.S.
Govt.
and
postal
savings

Other
demand

Other
time

Accept­
ances
out­
stand­
ing

Bor­
row­
ings

Stocks
Total
Com ­
mon

Pre­
ferred

Sur­
plus

Demand deposits

U ndi­
vided
profits

Reserves
for
contin­
gencies,
etc.

A d­
justed

N et

1,592
1,586
1,587
1,592

538
538
538
539

10
10
10
10

808
809
809
815

171
170
169
173

65
59
62
56

7,605
8,012
8,676
8,899

10,863
11,495
12,878
13,081

75
64
67

219
249
262

1,601
1,599
1,615

539
539
539

10
9
9

815
815
827

180
181
191

59
55
49

9,562
10,235
11,062

13,767
14,671
15,662

10

62
59
48
53

236
251
239
229

1,623
1,625
1,635
1,648

539
539
539
539

9
9
9
9

827
828
828
841

197
198
207
213

51
51
52
47

11,645
11,619
11,506
10,761

16,116
16,087
16,128
15,689

776
734
734

4
3

39
37
26

231
282
296

1,655
1,698
1,727

539
559
559

9
9
9

841
861
866

219
222
241

47
48
53

11,335
11,711
11,899

16,065
16,435
19,946

776
794
842

11
120
29

34
31
34

273
316
317

1,774
1,808
1,862

561
561
562

9
9
9

906
928
980

239
247
235

59
63
76

13,543
12,750
13,899

17,201
16,384
17,551

12,337
13,341
14,531
14,507

3,285
3,516
4,243
4,238

135
84
72
74

8,209
9,041
9,482
9,459

708
699
735
736

1940—M ar. 2 6 ..
June 2 9 ..
Dec. 31..

17,174
17,918
19,688

15,278
16,007
17,744

4,302
4,491
4,678

68
67
48

10,131
10,688
12,199

777
761
819

1941—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4 ..
30..
2 4 ..
31..

19,625
19,863
19,748
19,862

17,705
17,929
17,816
17,932

4,598
4,572
4,604
4,207

29
32
135
866

12,233
12,520
12,237
12,051

844
805
840
807

1942—Apr. 4 ..
June 30..
Dec. 31 ..

19,315
20,143
24,127

17,386
18,122
22,078

3,959
3,967
3,945

967
863
4,186

11,685
12,558
13,212

1943—June 30 ..
Oct. 18..
Dec. 31 ..

24,029
27,117
25,499

21,937
24,843
23,256

3,687
3,675
3,680

2,820
6,571
3,400

14,654
13,803
15,334

1

BANKS

224
265
187
228

14,243
15,282
16,376
16,413

MEMBER

90
90
71
86

29 ..
30 ..
2 ..
30..




Capital accounts
Other
liabil­
ities

B.

MEMBER

2.2 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—NEW YORK CITY—Continued
TO TA L LIABIL1TES—Continued
[In millions o f dollars]
Deposits
Call date

Total

Inter­
bank

U.S.
Govt.
and
postal
savings

Other
demand

Other
time

Borrow­
ings

Acceptances 1 Other
outliabil­
stand­
ities
ing

I

C apital accounts
Stocks

Sur­
plus

Total
C om ­
m on

Pre­
ferred

Dem and deposits

U ndi­
vided
profits

Reserves
for
contin­
gencies,
etc.

A d­
justed

N et

1944—Apr. 13..
June 30..
Dec. 30 ..

25,918
28,003
29,230

23,635
25,679
26,773

3,653
3,968
4,041

4,033
6,157
6,729

15,079
14,674
15,009

869
879
994

68
64
96

35
30
42

290
324
354

1,891
1,907
1,966

573
574
579

8
8
8

969
978
1,001

255
264
293

85
83
85

13,989
13,254
14,042

17,616
17,194
18,051

1945—M ar. 2 0 ..
June 30..
Dec. 31..

28,238
30,813
32,887

25,709
28,363
30,121

3,921
4,276
4,657

4,304
7,627
6,950

16,402
15,359
17,287

1,083
1,101
1,227

164
40
195

29
29
44

341
358
407

1,995
2,023
2,120

580
580
600

8
8
1

1,002
1,018
1,093

310
323
323

95
94
103

15,309
14,643
15,065

19,207
18,880
19,660

1946—June 29 ..
Sept. 30..
Dec. 31..

30,143
28,080
27,380

27,484
25,403
24,723

4,332
4,194
4,246

3,503
2,119
666

18,260
17,672
18,376

1,390
1,418
1,435

27
5

63
67
72

394
408
381

2,176
2,196
2,205

601
601
601

1
1
1

1,096
1,096
1,126

363
388
374

114
no
102

16,158
16,119
16,429

20,431
20,276
20,605

1947--June 30..
Oct. 6 ..
Dec. 31..

26,890
26,792
27,982

24,142
23,787
25,216

4,148
4,287
4,464

193
576
279

18,377
17,471
19,040

1,423
1,454
1,432

1
268
30

63
79
97

450
407
381

2,234
2,250
2,259

611
611
611

1
1
1

1,162
1,186
1,197

391
380
382

68
72
69

16,494
15,941
16,653

20,751
20,725
21,036

1948--A pr. 12..
June 30..
Dec. 3 1..

26,191
26,272
26,956

23,211
23,362
24,024

4,005
4,027
4,213

389
347
459

17,303
17,326
17,686

1,513
1,662
1,665

119
26
25

107
136
118

487
486
482

2,268
2,262
2,306

611
609
609

1
1
1

1,197
1,194
1,204

396
399
442

62
59
50

15,701
15,592
15,773

20,029
19,893
20,335

1949--A pr.
June
Nov.
Dec.

11..
3 0..
1 ..
31..

25,258
26,598
26,312
26,962

22,222
23,619
23,075
23,983

3,840
3,920
4,028
4,192

488
587
868
678

16,312
17,441
16,660
17,499

1,583
1,670
1,520
1,614

104

94
94
98
116

5)4
545
531
551

2,324
2,340
2,328
2,312

659
664
651
651

1
1
2
2

1,158
1,178
1,183
1,235

456
448
442
401

51
49
50
22

14,875
15,254
14,918
15,182

19,109
19,593
19,648
19,835

1950—Apr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

2 4 ..
30..
4 ..
30..

25,607
26,261
26,437
28,954

22,393
23,213
23,172
25,646

3,831
3,894
4,204
4,638

553
721
552
488

16,454
16,984
16,823
18,836

1,555
1,613
1,593
1,684

152
74
70

104
122
155
144

630
585
689
743

2,330
2,341
2,347
2,351

652
652
650
653

2
2
2
2

1,237
1,237
1,234
1,242

415
425
436
432

24
26
26
23

14,913
15,053
15,313
15,898

19,133
19,444
19,821
20,642

1951--A p r.
June
Oct.
Dec.

9 ..
30..
10..
31..

28,061
28,444
27,680
30,464

24,679
25,064
24,221
26,859

4,259
4,107
4,464
4,832

1,824
1,846
1,083
901

16,914
17,484
17,120
19,490

1,682
1,627
1,555
1,636

120
1
62
5

183
172
170
223

713
809
817
951

2,366
2,398
2,410
2,425

656
673
673
682

2
2
2
2

1,242
1,254
1,254
1,260

442
447
459
461

24
22
22
20

15,311
15,368
15,757
16,439

21,059
20,978
20,907
21,734

1952--M a r.
June
Sept.
Dec.

31 ..
30 ..
5 ..
31 ..

29,449
30,365
28,203
31,053

25,851
26,745
24,188
27,309

4,349
4,639
4,277
4,965

1,631
1,705
1,126
1,202

18,180
18,659
17,137
19,361

1,692
1,742
1,648
1,780

1
20
483
132 ;

234
204
210
217

920
936
850
890

2,443
2,460
2,472
2,505

702
702
702
702

2
1
1
1

1,260
1,275
1,275
1,364

460
461
473
417

19
20
21
20

15,931
16,070
15,604
16,288

21,267
21,922
20,537
21,850

1953--A p r. 2 0 ..
June 30..
Sept. 30..
Dec. 31..

28,779
28,814
29,692
30,684

24,772
25,244
25,996
27,037

4,458
4,578
4,645
5,214

522
18,008
937 1 17,849
1,744
17,725
832 > 18,894

1,784
1,880
1,882 I
2,097 1

392
8
2
23

212
200
244
269

871
817
887
783

2,533
2,544
2,563
2,572

711
711
711
714

1
1
I

1,379
1,379
1,379
1,380

420
431
449
456

21
21
23
21

15,572
15,384
15,221
15,901

19,975
20,262
20,927
20,995

1954—Apr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15..
30..
7 ..
31..

29,584
30,771
31,271
32,193

25,775
27,225
27,461
28,252

5,189
5,516
5,436
5,709

686
1,429
2,048
791

17,881
18,114
17,671
19,414

2,018
2,165
2,306
2,338

237
1
147
1

301
259
287
411

660
657
723
725

2,611
2,630
2,654
2,803

719
719
719
776

1,410
1,410
1,410
1,543

457
475
495
460

24
25
29
23

15,486
15,430
15.693
16,500

20,130
21,021
21,810
21,684

1955-—
Apr.
June
Oct.
Dee.

11..
30 ..
5 ..
31 ..

31,155
31,559
30,792
33,228

26,984
27,791
26,437
29,378

5,124
5,454
5,202
5,600

1,607
1,187
733
815

i

17,936
18,926
18,289
20,719

2,317
2,224
2,214
2,244

323 1
10
516
1 1

428
339
335
338

727
703
776
766

2,693
2,715
2,728
2,745

779
779
784
784

1,477
1,477
1,480
1,482

416
439
444
459

19
19
20
18

15,797
15,859
15,745
16,493

21 342
21,222
20,424
21,655

1956—Apr. 10..
June 30 ..
Sept. 2 6 ..
Dec. 31 ..

30,905
31,801
31,457
33,381

26,709
27,775
26,703
29,149

5,068
5,327
5,105
5,987

874 j
1,201 i
1,029
783

18,444
18,902
18,200
19,940

2,323
2,346
2,369
2,439

297
38
580
2

314
374 !
438
514

802
808
920
843

2,783
2,805
2,815
2,873

790
790
796
808

1,501
1,501
1,501
1,540

469
492
495
504

21
21
22
20

15,811
15,695
15,447
15,974

20,669
21,044
20.461
21,646




'
i
\

\

280

1
1
1
1

I
1
1

BANKS

Total
liabil­
ities
and
capital

1957--M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

14..
6 ..
11..
31..

32,629
30,993
31,594
33,975

27,929
26,322
26,261
29,371

5,027
5,033
5,152
5,781

320
724
910
762

19,924
17,836
17,468
19,959

2,659
2,729
2,732
2,869

430
326
683
2

569
556
738
731

820
882
849
735

2,880
2,907
3,063
3,136

828
829
875
888

1
1
1
I

1
1
1
1

540
540
633
696

488
514
536
534

23
23
19
17

16,763
15,450
14,892
15,849

21,050
20,120
19,954
21,348

1958--M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4 ..
23 ..
24 ..
31..

33,582
36,664
32,782
36,398

28,269
31,469
27,608
31,679

5,726
6,119
5,703
6,525

816
2,974
869
1,005

18,608
18,898
17,553
20,704

3,120
3,478
3,485
3,445

470
483
385

872
723
657
621

810
775
891
815

3,161
3,214
3,240
3,282

893
893
893
904

1
I
I
I

1
1
1
1

698
703
703
749

545
577
597
580

24
41
46
48

15,483
15,305
15,320
16,170

20,426
22,523
20,100
21,834

1959--M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

12..
10..
6 ..
31..

34,553
34,387
34,081
35,750

29,276
28,879
28,450
30,647

5,831
5,600
5,383
5,753

485
505
957
1,051

19,385
19,211
18,602
20,419

3,576
3,562
3,508
3,423

560
809
897
232

598
546
515
551

836
853
870
959

3,283
3,300
3,349
3,361

956
990
998
.998

1
I
1
1

1
1
1
1

762
764
766
766

527
520
561
574

38
26
23
23

16,210
16,010
15,081
15,494

20,728
20,466
20,111
21,150

1960—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15..
15..
3 ..
31..

34,524
36,102
37,306
39,767

28,757
29,719
30,648
33,761

4,942
5,201
5,757
6,505

731
1,165
1,972
1,244

19,704
19,898
19,226
21,833

3,380
3,455
3,693
4,179

691
980
749

692
747
968
1,071

1,000
1,227
1,448
1,381

3,385
3,430
3,493
3,554

1,052
1,052
1,051
1,063

1

1
1
1
1

769
789
779
788

540
559
628
670

23
30
35
33

15,549
15,332
14,332
15,352

20,258
20,598
20,820
21,714

1961--A pr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12..
30..
27 ..
30..

37,092
38,741
39,540
43,538

30,051
32,225
31,890
36,818

4,016
4,378
4,078
5,487

300
1,424
1,522
1,305

19,860
19,832
19,317
23,129

5,876
6,591
6,973
6,897

842
121
1,106
283

1,140
1,068
1,162
1,237

1,463
1,693
1,712
1,517

3,597
3,634
3,670
3,683

1,083
1,083
1,109
1,099

1
1
1
1

813
813
813
903

659
693
696
636

41
45
53
45

16,606
16,119
16,198
17,089

19,613
20,575
20,528
22,208

1962--M ar. 26 ..
June 30 ..
Sept. 28 ..
Dec. 28 ..

40,069
41,910
41,263
46,135

32,611
35,039
34,257
37,885

4,238
4,727
4,571
4,990

1,422
1,971
1,592
1,461

19,344
20,296
19,790
22,231

7,607
8,045
8,303
9,203

829
381
567
1,728

1,182
1,050
1,012
1,152

1,740
1,679
1,588
1,472

3,707
3,761
3,839
3,898

1,114
1,114
1,131
1,137

1
1
1
1

908
908
927
980

629
680
719
712

57
59
63
69

16,005
15,796
15,710
17,095

20,248
20,930
20,428
21,889

1963--M a r. 18..
June 29 ..
Dec. 20..

44,295
44,981
46,434

36,245
37,454*
38,327

4,959
4,920
4,503

935
2,111
1,495

20,493
20,351
20,960

9,859
10,072
11 369

1,357
794
1,438

1,125
1,133
1,036

1,648
1,669
1,649

3,920
3,931
3,984

1,159
1,143
1,148

2 001
1 980
2 035

685
734
728

75
73
73

16,103
15,669
16,763

20,502
21,075
21,324

1964—June 30 ..
Dec. 31..

49,716
53,867

41 545
45,191

5,028
5,524

2,183
1,561

21 224
23,896

13,110
14,210

924
1,224

1,122
1,073

1,722
1,909

4,402
4,471

1,263
1,260

168
164

2 087
2 085

722
792

164
170

16,389
17,729

21,854
22,804

1965--Ju n e 30..
Dec. 31..

57,150
59,517

47,322
49,270

5,643
5,746

2,647
1,355

22,380
24,265

16,651
17,904

1,423
1,987

1,138
1,104

2,173
2,041

5,094
5,114

1,441
1,439

670
671

2 029
2 093

760
721

195
191

16,430
18,190

22,527
23,119

1966—June 30..
Dec. 31..

62,408
64,424

51,799
51,837

6,476
6,837

2,344
1,099

24,020
26,535

18,960
17,366

1,293
1,874

1,189
1,259

2,949
4,156

5,179
5,298

1,440
1,447

663
674

2 095
2 143

793
849

188
185

16,556
18,013

23,014
23,545

1967--Ju n e 30..
Dec. 30..

65,668
74,609

52,665
60,407

7,000
7,979

1,106
1,154

25,656
31,282

18,902
19,992

1,841
1,880

1,458
1,436

4,101
5,172

5,603
5,715

1,476
1,487

826
842

2 190
2 271

904
915

208
199

17,459
20,004

22,985
26,136

1968--Ju n e 29 ..
Dec. 31..

75,544
81,364

59,329
63,900

8,547
9,586

913
961

31,125
33,351

18,745
20,003

2,283
2,733

1,408
1,452

6,502
7,141

6,022
6,136

1,495
1,499

988
764

2 297
2 592

1,039
1,089

204
193

18,223
20,808

24,779
28,330

1969--Ju n e 30..
Dec. 31..

89,283
87,753

62,534
62,381

11,638
10,617

1,036
738

34,453
36,126

15,407
14,899

3,671
4,405

1,830
2,008

14,965
12,658

6,283
6,301

1,644
1,645

533
576

2 855
3 006

1,095
928

155
147

15,504
21,316

25,153
29,737

1970—June 30..
Dec. 31 ..

85,666
89,384

60,615
67,186

11,469
13,464

1,276
1,110

32,590
32,235

15,280
20,377

4,057
4,500

2,370
2,318

12,250
8,894

6,374
6,486

1,645
1,687

565
558

2 856
2 610

1,167
1,528

141
103

17,479
19,770

27,045
29,351

F o r notes see end of Table 2.5 E.

MEMBER
BANKS




C.

MEMBER

2.2 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS — NEW YORK CITY — Continued
LOANS

[In millions o f dollars]
!

Call date

Total
loans

mercial

[
G uar­
anteed
by
ccc

1939— Mar. 29.................
Oct. 2 .................
Dec. 30.................
1940— Mar. 26.................
Dec. 31.................
1941—Apr.

4 .................

3,086
2,988
3.116
3,296
3,211
3,014
3,384
3,502
3,778
3,939
4,072

Dec. 31.................

4,173
4,066
4.116

Oct. 18.................
Dec. 31.................

4,009
5,373
4,428

1942—Apr.
00

4 .................

1
J

or carrying
securities

1
i
1 To
Other brokers
and
dealers

To
others

S7
61

'
67
68

i ,888

7

6 ii

188

44

133

1

59

73

1,905
2,125

5
5

320
465

188
190

12 ..............
25

137 ..............
130

fiS
63

71
66

2,503

J

422

186

........ 33*

129

65

64

503

2,807

1

412

169

32

123

62

60

23
21

121
117

66
65

2,84 i
2,546 i

)

2,274

22

2

167
193

955

23

2,515

240

23

113

62

1,054

323

42

107

62

798

i,096

389

4,171

1,196

Dec. 31.................

6,548
6,331
7,179

Dec. 31.................

Dec. 30.................




5,361

64
30 ..............
..........
53

..............

i ,657
1,742

7,616
7,723
8,821
9,729

4,792

242
276
285

207

116

22

207

110

190
208

205
138

3

48

292

38

20

67

324

194

104

57

47

500

15

52

26

79

327

212

111

68

43

564

21

75

4i

83

345

238

85
88

..............
359
347

234
202

95

330

183

98
123
123
124
137

93

1,497
1,105
1,421

27

21

6

..............

n a ............
104
85
81

i(ii
224

_______

86 ...............
269 ..............

17
22

i
i

20
25

24
30

225
232

181
272
186

256

55
64

616
643

30
38

157

209

339
414
442

3
1

..............
22
23

in*
160

52

650

44

205

51

689

48
46
47

..............
756
862
930

...
4,656
5,672
6,328

27

2

378

267

2 i9

3

252

455

..

::::::::

1,410

264

47

79

248

475
127

44

286

1,701

213

52

99

1

37

3,

56

4,710

46

270
287

40

7,546
7,689
7,505
7.550

51
45

8

::::::::
303

is
43

76 ..............
80 ..............
..............
83

250
225

52

38

42
26

963
1,102

54

%

.............. . . .
2,528
1,539
1,172
2,453

3

522

41
40

93
86

5,275
5,642

425

52
46

46
41

" ” 545*

427
440

............ i ...................................i.
!
1

..............
232
253

751
859

7,169
7.550
8,048

.............. i .................................| ................

..........

430
787

21

1,852

1950—Apr. 24.................

for
bad
debts

426
443

3,169

1949—Apr. 11.................

Other

..........
1

4,078

Dec. 31.................

Retail
auto

124
130

6,506
6,258
6,368

Apr. 12.................

Other

1 Repair
i and
O ther
modretail I erni] zation

7 7 !............
41

Dec. 31.................

1948

Total

Total

209
215

.............. j
2,380
3,044 j

1946—June 29.................

Other

On
resi­
dential
prop­
erty

On
farm
land

j Other
Single- {
pay­
ment i

668
555

5,054
7,069
7,334

Mar. 20.................

Banks

Re-

Instalment

5
5

2,430
2,610

Dec. 31.................

O ther loans to individuals
Real estate

institutions

1,577
1,602

4,594
5,479
5,760
1945

1

..............
..............

291
368

49
62
84
86

35

.............. .................
89
53
109
61
105
129
.............. L
141
177
202

75
90

97

325

228

. .
100
110
118

i09
117
120

344
374
404

270
347
391

87
96

BANKS

To farmers

j

6,840
6,845
7,443
7,852

943
1,287
874
1,219

279
273
254
262

278
111
252
124

461
502
534
514

409
443
458
429

52
59
77
85

942
954
899
920

89
87
86
82

205
188
149
150

115
119
124
129

126
131
135
144

408
429
405
413

408
404
416
426

141
142
145
172

1952—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

31.................
30.................
5 .................
31.................

10,940
11,268
10,944
12,376

7,914
7,659
7,661
8,680

954
1,619
1,087
1,531

243
234
273
286

181
121
258
107

472
426
409
386

396
366
356
331

76
60
53
54

930
981
1,022
1,136

83
102
107
117

146
138
147
225

122
136
147
165

154
166
174
186

426
439
447
444

419
403
414
432

174
176
181
183

1953—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

20 .................
30.................
30.................
31.................

12,169
11,883
12,114
12,289

8,581
8,345
8,475
8,218

1,276
1,274
1,383
1,667

270
237
211
320

139
98
203
117

392
406
395
383

338
341
321
310

54
65
74
73

1,240
1,285
1,275
1,294

134
152
153
150

266
275
273
284

170
182
187
193

198
208
215
218

471
468
447
449

453
419
355
359

183
183
185
193

1954—Apr. 15.................
June 30.................
Oct. 7 .................
Dec. 31.................

11,924
11,619
11,633
12,039

7,860
7,447
7,304
7,231

1.433
1,778
1,792
2,041

320
364
364
432

376
138
362
185

394
390
418
467

321
317
338
367

73
72
80
100

1,219
1,220
1,216
1,232

109
111
105
103

220
210
172
168

184
180
180
183

259
264
265
268

447
456
493
510

346
329
368
459

188
190
192
211

1955—Apr. 11.................
June 30.................
Oct. 5 .................
Dec. 31.................

12,819
13,016
13,882
14,640

7,433
7,928
8,683
9,126

2,145
2,034
1,773
2,144

438
466
449
511

604
231
559
383

581
656
645
577

488
554
530
462

93
102
116
115

1,284
1,379
1,404
1,506

117
141
152
180

•56
156
161
185

169
170
171
173

279
294
304
278

563
618
616
689

421
523
582
624

213
217
215
248

1956—Apr. 10.................
June 30.................
Dec.

14,945
15,373
15,804
15,987

9,592
10,191
10,765
11,266

1,662
1,691
1,336
1,409

513
494
433
402

613
411
731
437

608
609
633
617

457
446
455
472

151
163
176
145

1,519
1,590
1,538
1,558

183
189
180
165

189
210
196
199

160
161
159
161

280
293
295
298

706
736
707
735

688
633
615
611

252
246
249
313

Mar. 14.................
June 6 .................
Oct. I I .................
Dec.

16,213
15,895
16,067
16,102

11,465
11,344
11,717
11,651

1,292
1,152
1,115
1,280

373
389
361
387

668
652
472
462

599
567
591
565

439
407
392
372

158
159
199
193

1,509
1,516
1,513
1,513

164
175
177
173

199
194
185
193

157
158
160
161

297
308
324
320

6^2
681
669
666

624
593
613
591

317
319
316
348

4 .................
23.................
24.................
31.................

16,208
16,764
15,464
16,165

11,252
10,978
10,648
10,928

1.433
2,164
1,085
1,652

396
420
361
382

723
829
856
503

559
557
579
641

363
367
405
461

196
184
168
174

1,459
1,437
1,450
1,502

168
170
156
149

198
171
165
169

161
153
153
153

315
319
328
328

617
624
648
702

736
737
844
921

351
358
361
365

1959

Mar. 12.................
June
Oct.
Dec.

15,825
16,514
17,502
18,121

10,618
9,523
10,105
10,549

1,319 I
1,556
1.442
1,740 |

387
409
416
403

829
966
912
531

1,344
1,639
1,788

661
746
853
936

467
536
645
688

195
211
208
249

1,539
1,625
1,705
1,739

149
162
177
170

183
173
173
184

151
154
168
167

331
349
371
374

725
787
816
844

840
717
821
833

367
374
391
406

1960

Mar. 15.................
June
Oct.
Dec. 31.................

18,073
18,350
17,760
18,465

10,583
10,499
10,367
10,876

1,090 I
1,463
1,353
1,574 |

357
366
367
399

1,100
1,050
849
500

1,842
1,886
1,744
1,799

902
870
815
868

4
4

649
619
559
582

253
250
252
282

1,774
1,821
1,827
1,930

174
195
180
198

219
207
215
228

170
178
186
210

380
397
412
430

831
844
834
863

825
795
830
940

411
406
400
432

1961—Apr. 12.................
June
Sept. 27.................
Dec.

17,678
18,054
18,183
19,535

10,707
10,578
10,528
11,278

1,179
1,629
1,617
1,956

372
429
451
467

508
476
533
376

1,348
1,448
1,563
1,711

856
841
868
934

..............
1

557
566
550
581

295
275
318
352

1,950
2,074
2,009
2,072

193
199
185
186

247
283
193
182

208
209
209
210

430
449
459
466

872
935
962
1,027

1,190
1,025
1,063
1,220

439
449
453
504

1962

19,795
19,224
20,060
21,954

11,064
10,980
11,520
11,943

2,031
1,512
1,686
2,766

456
409
397
425

798
568
572
572

1,463
1,774
1,771
2,087

992
1,084
1,202
1,329

1
1
2
2

569
601
652
763

422
481
548
564

2,035
2,075
2,079
2,143

182
209
206
220

172
167
154
160

204
202
202
201

472
493
518
520

1,005
1,004
998
1,041

1,452
1,321
1,348
1,196

508
508
522
526

1963—M ar. 18................
June 29................
Dec. 20................

21,501
21,446
23,577

11,839
11,630
12,332

2,138
2,308
2,677

409
448
569

1,020
546
1,007

2,040
2,044
2,247

1,425
1,845
1,968

2
4
3

800
U 17
1,256

623
724
709

2,119
2,161
2,257

216
251
238

192
174
204

198
200
204

518
543
567

996
993
1,044

1,082
1,034
1,068

585
583
573

1964—June 30................
Dec. 31................

25,490
27,301

12,647
14,189

3,045
2,742

625
623

1,014
1,179

2,762
2,615

2,296
2,546

10
14

1,461
1,558

825
974

2,548
2,654

309
292

197
201

212
215

625
651

1,205
1,294

1,128
1,371

595
649

1965—June 30................
Dec. 31................

30,975
33,125

16,082
18,075

3,657
2,866

561
665

1,212
*1,423

2,977
3,471

2,866
3,139

10
14

1,833
2,031

1,023
1,094

2,832
2,928

346
345

159
117

201
204

696
710

1,430
1,552

1,419
1,340

647
802

1966—June 30................
Dec. 31................

35,796
35,941

19,815
21,214

3,305
3,109

647
598

‘ 1,125
*1,135

3,898
3,265

3,411
3,465

10
9

2,195
2,185

1,206
1,271

2,965
2,799

364
330

95
93

204
207

746
762

1,555
1,406

1,413
1,209

799
868

1957

5 ? 1958— Mar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

Mar. 26.................
June
Dec.




125
162
142
203
126
15
10

13
13
20
10

<*)
(*)

3
2

6
6
6

4

BANKS

10,008
10,234
10,527
11,146

MEMBER

1951—Apr. 9 .................
June 30.................
Oct. 10.................
Dec. 31.................

MEMBER

2.2 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—NEW YORK CITY—Continued
C.

LOANS— Continued
[In millions of dollars]

Total
loans

Call date

Com­
m er­
cial

To financial
institutions

. .
G uar­
anteed
by

36,441
39,060

22,352
23,183 f

Other

1 9 6 8 -June 2 9 ..
Dec. 31..

39.544
42,968

24,042
25,258

46,232
48,305

26,469
28,189

1970—June 30..
Dec. 31..

44,881
47,161

26,692
27,189

2,004
2,044

1,352
1,372

2,889
3,099

325
297

125 !
142 j

195
.97

786
815

1,457
1,648

> 1,592
i 1,700

867
975

3,495
3,619

27
30

2,033
2,056

1,435
1,533

3,197
3,485

317
335

155
202 j

189
186

827
840

1,708
1,922

> 1,865
i 2,441

979
1,082

3,819
4,547

4,041
3,835

94
89

2,140
1,885

1,807
1,861

3,707
3,595

373
292

286 1
399 j

185
174

926
917

1,937
1,813

i 2,668
• 2,609

1,090
1,248

4,178
3,741

3,728
3,883

32

2,011
2,032

1,684
1,851

3,773
3,907

288
354

461 |
590 1

166
185

973
1,010

1,885
1,768

»2,081
1 2,397

1,248
1,257

644
831

791
914

3,084
2,990

2,976
3,803

796
903

1,015
1,099

3,118
3,426

3,410
3,695

887
776

1,218
1,047

2,444
4,174

741
687

1,228
1,169

On
farm
land

3,364
3,431

15

Singlepay­
ment

9
14

2,579
3,874

16
(■
>

| Repair
1 and
O ther
modretail | ernit zation
i

Other

Banks

17
13
12

j

Total

On
resi­
dential
prop­
erty

To
others

13
19

Re­
serve
for
bad
debts

Other

To
brokers
and
dealers

u

<*)

1969—June 30..
Dcc. 31..

i

(!)
(2)

Instalment

.

ccc

1967—June 30..
Dec. 30..

Real estate

Other

Total

Retail
auto

1

Other

F o r notes see end o f Table 2.5 E.

2.2 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—NEW YORK CITY—Continued

00
O

D.

INVESTM ENTS

[In millions of dollars]
U.S. Govt, securities 1

!
Other bonds,
notes, and
debentures

Direct

Call dote

Total
invest­
ments

Notes, maturing -

Total

1939

M ar.
June
Oct.
Dcc.

Bills

;

CertifiI catcs
1

Within
1 year

68 ;.
168 .

1
1

315 .
f

After
1 year

l ota I

Within
1 year

1-5

5-10

10*20

Over 20
f years

:

29.
30.
2.
30.

5,322
5,700
5,928
6,043

2,939
3,360
3,401
3,497

1940 — ar. 26.
M
June 29.
Dcc. 31.

6,383
6,815
7,527

3,686
4,162
4,429

421 .
207 .

1941= -Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4.
30.
24.
31.

8,194
8,715
8,991
8,823

5,005
5,517
5,411
5,585

577

1942- -Apr. 4.
30.
FRASER June 31.
Dcc.

8,950
9,953
13,841

5,866
7,383
11,476

Digitized for


G ua ratuecd

M arketable, m aturing-

2,385

318

1,092
1,245

311 !.

i
1
i

2,650
2,977

281
596

1,526

3,415

795

<
:
:
■

3,652

1,623
663
2,144 1

1,746
2,056

>

Federal
agcncy

897
1,230

650
756

O ther

921

917

1.200
1,233 ,
;
1,422

!,0 3 6 "
1,058 ;
■
1

1,086
1,123
1,157
1,275

-582
480
662
579

544
569
542
533

...
...
......... . . .

1,286
5,324
1,615

726
634
695

527
540
642

159
155
146

...

771
651
819
729

652
651
698
688

146
145
143
142

773
623 1
593 ,

658
639
556

347 ......... . . J
373 ......... . . .
...!
229 ......... . . .
i ii
90

1,285

776

4,572
5,420

725
827

1,436

155

.

1,620
1,75!
1,920
1,679

1,722 ■
2,636

1,822
1,455

...
131 i ......... . . .
100 ......... . . .

!,515
1,166
1,071

1,110

\

402
1,855

Secu­
rities
of
States,
etc.

...

318
328

797

1
I
i

2,040
2,284

831
908

N on­
m arket­
able

' CorpoI rate
stock
j (includ­
ing
l F. R.
Bank
j stock)
[

■

87

...

,

1
1

170
167
166
160

MB
142
145

BANKS

O ther loans to individuals
F o r purchasing
o r carrying
securities

To farm ers

1943—June 30..
Oct. 18..
Dec. 31 ..

14,974
16,764
15,566

12,913
15,734
13,579

1,985

2,818

1,656

6,454

1,861

2,599

1,914

80

974

1,328

3,409

1,829

7,014

1,602

3,889

1,437

85

984

484
486
444

473
439
454

129
105
104

1944—Apr. 13..
June 30..
Dec. 30..

16,211
17,190
18,243

15,175
15,956
16,990

1,258
913

4,242
3,740

2,805
3,745

7,650
8,592

1,650
1,458

4,827
6,192

1,099
887

74
55

1
1

201
189

487
456
468

447
477
483

102
100
113

1945—M ar. 20 ..
June 30..
Dec. 31..

17,681
18,687
18,809

16,568
17,490
17,573

424
477

3,538
3,433

3,607
3,325

9,920
10,337

1,729
1,973

7,137
7,421

852
842

201
99

1
1

2
1

515
567
606

501
535
533

97
94
96

1946—June 29 ..
Sept. 3 0 ..
Dec. 31..

16,798
15,714
14,465

15,645
14,410
13,307

201

2,980

2,229

10,234

1,857

7,164

1,079

133

1

1

387

1,725

992

10,202

2,069

6,683

1,304

142

5

1

535
693
557

523
518
506

94
94
95

1947—June 30..
Oct. 6 ..
Dec. 31 ..

13,784
13,588
13,214

12,570
12,305
11,971

137

1,103

775

10,555

2,574

6,296

1,525

157

4

1

1,002

640

558

9,771

3,398

4,760

1,475

118

21

631
694
638

486
492
510

96
96
95

1948—Apr. 12..
June 30 ..
Dec. 31..

12,378
11,469
10,712

11,129
10,358
9,649

693
589

983
1,183

*520
365

8,162
7,512

1,901
3,063

4,904
3,255

i ,206
1,082

129
89

22
23

721
583
563

433
434
407

95
94
94

1949—Apr.
June
Nov.
Dec.

11..
30..
1 ..
31..

10,519
11,413
11,946
12,033

9,383
10,278
10,751
10,746

777

1,472

132

7,897

4,542

1,881

1,350

95

29

720

1,785

835

7,405

5,081

1,436

754

81

55

658
611
668
752

385
431
434
442

93
93
92
93

1950—Apr. 24 ..
June 30..
Oct. 4 ..
Dec. 30..

11,599
11,825
11,001
10,883

9,987
10,280
9,132
8,991

900
781
824

458
159
250

1,594
1,643
1,711

7,328
6,549
6,206

4,939
4,250
3,976

1,827
1,722
1,646

402
399
417

96
113
104

64
64
63

2

1,030
959
1,144
1,123

489
492
632
673

9J
93
93
94

1951—Apr. 9 ..
June 30..
Oct. 10..
Dec. 31..

10,363
10,370
9,753
10,233

8,412
8,459
7,716
8,127

612
1,034
598
1,122

354
450
616

1,736
1,565
1,470
1,428

6,064
5,506
5,197
4,960

3,810
3,170
2,914
2,677

1,668
1,736
1,693
1,697

428
448
446
446

93
94
85
88

65
59
60
53

2
2
2
2

1,230
1,176
1,325
1,385

626
638
615
622

94
95
95
97

1952—Mar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

31..
30 ..
5 ..
31 ..

9,953
10,442
9,957
9,754

7,741
8,212
7,663
7,677

927
1,062
569
1,079

671
692
467
233

1,411
1,400
1,408
1,170

4,733
5,058
5,219
5,195

2,450
2,544
2,255
2,077

1,697
1,839
2,268
2,427

445
531
550
628

85
85
86

56
58
60
62

1

1,517
1,436
1,579
1,453

597
696
618
522

98
98
98
101

1953—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

20 ..
30 ..
30 ..
31 ..

8,409
8,569
9,454
9,769

6,264
6,637
7,434
7,763

204
789
828
924

201
203
1,132
1,104

1,082
1,035
1,143
1,130

4,777
4,611
4,331
4,605

2,024
2,308
2,024
2,106

2,076
1,897
1,822
1,995

621
346
401
420

4
27
27

56
56
58
57

2
2
1
1

1,506
1,318
1,422
1,365

537
511
495
539

101
101
101
100

1954—Apr. 15..
June 30 ..
Oct. 7 ..
Dec. 31..

9,831
11,062
12,161
11,841

7,454
8,690
9,639
9,332

782
1,014
844
785

516
711
552
597

710
1,454
2,179
1,924

5,447
5,510
6,064
6,026

1,756
1,723
2,657
2,233

3,154
3,248
2,768
3,183

449
456
555
551

30
26
26
2

58
58
58
58

3
6
5
10

1,789
1,851
2,016
1,977

485
416
401
416

101
101
101
106

1955—Apr. 11..
June 30..
Oct. 5 ..
Dec. 31..

10,758
10,083
9,125
8,943

8,206
7,775
6,772
6,794

481
537
330
552

496
146
37
100

1,843
1,830
1,555
1,141

5,386
5,262
4,850
5,002

1,614
1,578
1,221
1,572

3,137
3,088
3,049
2,935

569
530
514
433

11
10
10
6

56
56
56
57

6
7
2
2’

1,990
1,754
1,816
1,609

448
433
421
424

108
114
114
114

8,214
7,896
7,618
7,822

5,996
6,007
5,646
6,054

246
325
117
724

82
70
301
194

1,024
1,082
943
976

4,644
4,529
4,285
4,160

1,427
1,313
1,181
2,013

2,780
2,648
2,541
1,569

384
537
533
553

2
3
2
3

52
29
28
23

4
4
3
3

1,812
1,514
1,611
1,406

289
260
246
248

112
111
111
111

1957—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

14..
6 ..
11..
31..

7,580
7,398
7,210
7,726

5,657
5,738
5,420
5,880

444
685
321
648

176
219
163
214

895
781
1,046
1,093

4,142
4,052
3,889
3,924

1,814
1,793
1,900
2,364

1,738
1,672
1,427
976

565
563
537
567

3
2
2
3

23
23
23
14

3

1,578
1,311
1,447
1,435

230
238
232
298

111
111
110
113

1958—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4 ..
23 ..
24..
31..

8,457
10,385
9,766
9,802

6,295
8,035
7,350
7,486

733
1,023
431
643

168
286
1,149
1,106

1,037
1,729
1,570
1,602

4,357
4,996
4,200
4,135

2,447
2,745
2,628
2,546

1,239
1,603
971
1,035

585
535
497
448

72
97
90
91

14
15
15
15

1,645
1,748
1,965
1,869

403
489
337
326

113
113
113
120




BANKS

10..
30..
26 ..
31..

MEMBER

1956—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

MEMBER

2.2 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—NEW YORK CITY—Continued
D . INVESTM ENTS— ontinued
C
(In millions o f dollars]

O ther bonds,
notes, and
debentures

Direct

Call date

Total
invest­
ments

Notes, maturing—

Bills

Cer­
tifi­
cates

Bonds
G uar­
anteed

M arketable, m aturingWithin
1 year

After
1 year

Total

Within
1 year

5-10

Over 20
years

10-20

Non­
m arket­
able

C orpo­
rate
stock
(includ­
ing
F. R.
Bank
stock)

Secu­
rities
of
States,
etc.
Federal
agency

Other

1959—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

10,154
9.134
7,813
7,170

7,672
6,743
5,415
4,999

1,261
1,165
580
639

917
350
133
227

1,795
1,717
1,388
1,277

3,699
3,511
3.314
2,856

2,359
2,171
1,976
1,545

768
779
899
1,080

459
452
332
127

108
105
103
too

2
3
3

2,090
1,978
2,031
1,833

269
287
239
206

123
124
125
129

1960—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.
^

12.
10.
6.
31.
15.
15.
3.
31.

6,889
7,424
8,626
9,261

4.634
5,383
6,353
6,979

606
681
1,380
1,422

93
369
508
578

1,242
1,546
1,574
1,708

2,694
2,787
2,891
3,271

1,827
1,922
1,823
2,379

711
706
862
629

52
54
96
151

100
101
105
106

3
I
I
1

1,958
1,722
1,996
1,964

161
185
143
182

133
134
133
135

1961—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12.
30.
27.
30.

9,224
10,167
11,270
10,762

6,411
7.635
8,394
7,853

804
1,512
2,596
2,117

515
887
505
442

1962—Mar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

26.
30.
28.
28.

10.134
11,172
10,452
11,034

6,799
7,653
6,590
7,013

1,471
1,989
1,142
1,998

603
492
497
508

1963- M ar. 18.
June 29.
Dec. 20.

11,440
11,401
11.249

6,981
6,502
6,148

1,799
1,639
1,711

247
240
147

1964—-June 30.
Dec. 31.

11,203
12,206

5,760
6,166

1965—June 30.
Dec. 31.

11.250
11,638

1966—June 30.
Dec. 31.

1,355
1,239
1,572
1,831

3,416
3,354
3,040
2,797

514
826
689
429

1,970
1,694
1,651
1,662

718
649
551
523

208
178
142
178

8
7
8
9

2,497 |
2,196
2,576
2,635

53
89
57
43

119
101
97
81

136
138
138
141

968
1,299
732
574

1,442
1,632
1,935
1,913

2.315
2,241
2,285
2,019

449
161
549
140

997
982
488
509

687
913
1,201
1,343

176
179
41
21

.5
6
6
4

3,045 |
3,158 I
3,486
3,585 1

70
145
149
188

68
58
66
86

146
151
155
159

443
342
424

2,197
2,167
1,917

2,296
2,115
1,949

17
44
46

462
441
735

1,762
1,597
1,141

50
28
22

3
3
6

4,082
4,451
4,653

141
203
177

57
68
84

176
173
181

1,333
1,958

840
674

1,785
1,298

1,802
2.236

89
157

728
865

957
1,146

23
63

19
12

4,952
5,579

211
204

75
56

186
188

4,901
5,203

1,036
1,538

668
520

452
468

2,745
2,869

8
73

999
1,072

1,601
1,590

136
133

6
7

5,799
5,879

246
332

73
225

10,658
10,594

4,466
4,920

1,229
1,797

198
74

363
485

387
457

2,466
2,276

8
29

943
796

1,412
1,340

102
110

7
10

5,361
4,967

583 I
379

248
329

1967—June 30.
Dec. 30.

11,260
13,082

5.048
6,027

1,112
1,897

104

568 I
844

1,185
1,118

2,239
2.236

19
160

932
1,106

1,149
836

138
133

34 I
66 |

5,485
6,318

286
306 |

441
431

1968—June 29
Dec. 31.

11,817
14,078

5,046
5,984

847

637

1,222

2,489

311

1,000

1,057

120

66 !

6,034 |
7,233

265 |
376 |

471
485

1969—June 30.
Dec. 31.

11,653
12,028

4,445
5.048

629

197

1,350

2,154

272 ,

1 810

31 |

40

6,553
6,192

363 !
510

292
278

1970—June 30.
Dec. 31.

12,207
15,185

4,413
6,009

592

1,701

1,831

47

1 743

10

30

6,847
7,757

589 i
1,003 ;

417

For notes see end o f Table 2.5 E.




320 I
643
682
666

i

358

BANKS

U.S. G ovt, securities 1

2.2 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS — NEW YORK CITY - • Continued
E.

D EPO SITS

[In millions o f dollars]
Time

Demand
Interbank

IPC
Call date

Total
de­
posits

Total
IPC

Foreign
govt.
and
other

State
and
local
govt.

U.S.
Govt.

Certi­
fied
and
officers’
checks,
etc.

Interbank

Domestic
Total
M utual
savings

Com­
mer­
cial

29.
30.
2.
30.

12,337
13,341
14,531
14,507

11,621
12,633
13,791
13,764

7,677
8,281
8.812
9,030

260
288
321
251

135
84
72
74

272
472
349
178

2,731
2,992
4,237
3,542

1940—Mar. 26.
June 29.
Dec. 31.

15,278
16,007
17,744

14,495
15,242
16,920

9,652
10,283
11,357

219
258
370

68
67
48

260
147
471

4,296
3,840
4,032

1941—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4.
30.
24.
31.

17,705
17,929
17,816
17,932

16,856
17,118
16,971
17,119

11,629
11,895
11,595
11,282

302
319
300
319

29
32
135
866

302
306
342
450

00 1942- -A pr. 4 .
U>
June 30.
Dec. 31.

17,386
18,122
22,078

16,605
17.384
21,340

11,235
12,014
12,501

296
271
263

967
863
4,186

1943—June 30.
Oct. 18.
Dec. 31.

21,937
24,843
23,256

21,156
24,040
22,406

14,001
13,149
14,373

249
215
252

1944—Apr. 13.
June 30.
D ec. 30.

23,635
25,679
26,773

22,753
24,782
25,760

14,482
13,740
14,448

1945- -Mar. 2 0 ..
June 3 0 ..
Dec. 3 1 ..

25,709
28,363
30,121

24,608
27,238
28,867

1946—June 2 9 ..
Sept. 3 0 ..
Dec. 3 1 ..

27,484
25,403
24,723

1947—June 3 0 ..
Oct. 6 ..
Dec. 3 1 ..

Foreign

546
516

Savings

Other
time

Foreign
govt.
and
other

State
and
local
govt.

U.S.
Govt.
and
postal
savings

Domestic

M utual
savings

Com­
m er­
cial

Foreign

53
46
52
43

646
641

783
766
824

742
732
768

35
29
51

4,594
3,948
4,598
3,595

6 is
607

848
811
845
813

806
778
810
778

38
27
29
29

154
273
448

3,953
3,284
3,209

679
733

781
738
738

751
717
711

25
17
23

4
3

2,820
6,566
3,395

404
438
710

2,939
2,914
2,867

744
757
810

780
803
850

755

768
816

21
26
26

3
3
3

201
213
199

4,026
6,150
6,722

396
722
361

2,792
3,105
3,179

855
852
851

881
896
1,013

846
861
977

23
17
17

5
10
10

15,614
14,789
15,712

293
229
237

4,296
7,618
6,940

494
341
1,338

2,996
3,271
3,535

914
989
1,105

1,101
1,125
1,254

1,065
1,082
1,206

18
19
20

10
15
16

26,060
23,952
23,253

16,836
16,657
17,216

293
247
218

3,495 •
2,112
651

1,132
768
942

3,127
2,954
3,031

1,178
1,213
1,195

1,424
1,452
1,469

1,372
1,400
1,395

17
17
39

9
7
15

26
26
19

24,142
23,787
25,216

22,683
22,308
23,760

17,202
16,463
17,646

260
225
290

179
564
267

915
783
1,105

2,898
2,975
3,236

1,228
1,298
1,217

1,459
1,480
1,456

1,407
1,437
1,418

17
17
14

14
12
12

21
13
11

1948—Apr. 1 2 ..
Ju n e .3 0 ..
Dec. 3 1 ..

23,211
23,362
24,024

21,674
21,671
22,313

• 16,345
16,306
16,695

232
272
241

375
333
445

725
748
750

2,776
2,830
2,904

1,220
1,183
1,278

1,537
1,691
1,711

1,460
1,621
1.646

54
41
20

14
14
14

9
14
31

1949—Apr. 11..
/June 3 0 ..
Nov. 1 ..
Dec. 3 1 ..

22,222
23,619
23,075
23,983

20,584
21,834
21,423
22,219

15,526
15,986
15,475
16,408

235
254
357
196

471
562
841
640

550
1,201
827
895

2,598
2,680
2,744
2,996

1,204
1,150
1,178
1,084

1,638
1,785
1,652
1,764

1,555
1,637
1,493
1,590

28
33
28
24

18
25
27
38

36
89
105
112

1950—Apr. 2 4 ..
June 3 0 ..
Oct. 4 . .
Dec. 3 0 ..

22,393
23,213
23,172
25,646

20,704
21,411
21,370
23,657

15,559
15,896
15,975
17,490

270
279
273
258

518
684
515
451

625
809
575
1,087

2,621
2,692
2,900
3,207

1,112
1,051
1,132
1,162

1,689
1,801
1,802
1,990

1,535
1,594
1,565
1.647

20
19
28
37

35
37
37
37

98
150
171
268




BANKS

655
653
683
693

MEMBER

689

716
708
741
743

1939- -M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

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2.2 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—NEW YORK CITY—Continued
E.

D EPO SITS—Continued
[In millions of dollars]

Demand
IPC
Call date

Total
de­
posits

Total
IPC

1951—Apr.

9 ...................

Oct. 10....................
Dec. 31....................

Foreign
govt.
and
other

Interbank
State
and
local
govt.

U.S.
Govt.

Interbank

IPC

Certi­
fied
Domestic
and
officers’
checks, M utual
etc.
savings j ™iaf

Total
Foreign
Savings

Other
time

BANKS

Time

Foreign
govt.
and
other

State
and
local
govt.

U.S.
Govt.
and
postal
savings

24,679
25,064
24,221
26,859

22,698
23,140
22,306
24,862

16,071
16,381
16,243
17,880

234
280
310
321

1,786
1,808
1,040
858

609
823
566
1,289

2,801
2.744
3,113
3,385

1,197
1,104
1,033
1,128

1,982
1,924
1,915
1,997

1,647
1,605
1,533
1,614

35
22
23
22

38
39
43
43

Domestic
Com ­
m er­
cial

M utual
savings
1

Foreign

261
259
317
318

1952—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

31....................
30...................
5 ....................
31...................

25,851
26,745
24,188
27,309

23,777
24,600
22,102
25,004

17,033
17,275
16,365
17,919

312
305
262
322

1,583
1,651
1,071
1,143

835
1,079
510
1,120

2,943
3,193
2,791
3,346

1,072
1,096
1,103
1,154

2,074
2,145
2,085
2,305

1,666
1,721
1,624
1,752

26
21
24
29

48
53
55
59

4
8
8

334
346
374
457

1953—Apr.
June
Slept.
Dec.

20....................
30....................
30....................
31....................

24,772
25,244
25,996
27,037

22,451
22,774
23,478
24,056

16,716
16,617
16,381
17,509

336
333
332
315

469
887
1,694
778

956
899
1,012
1,071

2,898
2,979
2,969
3,363

1,077
1,059
1,089
1,021

2,320
2,470
2,518
2,981

1,752
1,841
1,844
1,958

32
39
37
139

53
50
49
53

5
7
6
12

479
534
581
820

1954—Apr. 15...................
June 30...................
Oct. 7 ...................
Dec. 31...................

25,775
27,225
27,461
28,252

22,572
23,763
23,825
24,663

16,423
16,601
16,240
17,823

385
404
333
368

632
1,378
1,994
736

1,074
1,109
1,098
1,223

3,039
3,237
3,076
3,336

1,020
1,033
1,083
1,177

3,204
3,462
3,636
3,588

1,899
2,014
2,090
2,146

119
151
216
192

54
51
54
54

22
20
19
18

1,109
1,226
1,257
1,178

1955—Apr. 11...................
June 30...................
Oct. 5 ....................
Dec. 31....................

26,984
27,791
26,437
29,378

23,520
24,373
23,045
25,990

16,811
17,300
16,895
18,919

239
374
306
302

1,552
1,131
675
756

887
1,252
1,087
1,498

2,870
3,129
2,910
3,364

1,162
1,187
1,171
1,151

3,464
3,418
3,393
3,388

2,150
2,114
2,142
2,171

167
110
72
72

55
57
58
59

11
10
10
7

1,081
1,128
1,111
1,078

1956—Apr.
June
Slept.
Dec.

10...................
30...................
26...................
31...................

26,709
27,775
26,703
29,149

23,389
24,337
23,285
25,709

16,955
17,396
16,713
18,482

280
396
381
286

820
1,166
993
747

1,209
1,110
1,106
1,172

2,883
3,080
2,813
3,622

1,242
1,190
1,279
1,400

3,320
3,438
3,419
3,441

2,220
2,285
2,316
2,395

104
60
52
44

54
35
36
36

9
9
8
9

934
1,049
1,006
957

1957—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dcc.

14....................
6 ...................
11....................
31....................

27,929
26,322
26,261
29,371

24,258
22,548
22,567
25,565

18,556
16,660
16.341
18,377

261
261
266
299

286
688
878
737

1,107
914
862
1,284

2,833
2,775
2,777
3.480

1.216
1,249
1,444
1,389

3,671
3,774
3,695
3.806

2,612
2,662
2,656
2,813

46
67
75
56

34
36
32
24

8
7
6
6

970
1,002
925
906

1958—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4 ....................
2 3 ...................
24....................
31....................

28,269
31,469
27,608
31,679

23,602
26,189
22,392
26,458

17,012
16,916
16,518
18,835

370
337
297
329

792
2,946
847
968

1,226
1,645
737
1,540

2,979
3,084
2,874
3,519

1,224
1,261
1,118
1,267

4,667
5,280
5,216
5,221

2,959
3,229
3,308
3,345

161
249
177
100

23
28
22
36

34
78
71
75

1,489
1,696
1,639
1,664

1 9 5 9 -M ar.
June
O ct.
Dec.

12....................
10....................
6 ...................
31....................

29,276
28,879
28,450
30,647

23,961
23,726
23,685
26,211

18,007
17,657
16,898
18,573

288
295
305
310

458
1,090
479 1 1,259 ;
931
1,399 i
1,027
1,536

2,846
2,888
3,019
3,462

1,272
1,148
1,133
1,303

5,315
5,153
4,765
4,436

3,437
3,423
3,398
3,359

139
140
no
65

27
27
26
24

73
69
61
46

1,639
1,495
1,170
942

1960—
-Mar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15....................
15....................
3 ...................
31....................

28,757
29,719
30,648
33,761

24,487
25,247
25,790
28,339

18,006
17,754
56,867
19,051

239
294
307
305

707
1,140
1,947

2,971
3.149
3,509
4,105

1,105
1,060
1,108
1,184

4,269
4,47!
4,858
5,422

3,325
3,360
3,536
3,976

55
95
157
203

24 j
24 i
25
27

36
51
62
100

829
941
1,079
1,116




.

1,459 1
1,849
2,052 i
2,476 ;
J

i

1961—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12...................
30...................
27....................
30...................

30,051
32,225
31,890
36,818

23,997
25,423
24,707
29,693

17,414
17,140
16,914
19,665

523
502
538
548

278
365
309
333

266
1,380
1,485
1,267

1,644
1,825
1,556
2,583

337
292
279
342

2,855
3,170
2,919
3,988

678
749
707
967

6,054
6,801
7,182
7,125

2,707
2,831
2,929
3,092

1,575
2,093
2,191
2,017

1,367
1,422
1,608
1,626

226
245
245
162

33
44
37
38

10
8
7
1

70
91
102
112

65
68
64
77

1962—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

26...................
30...................
28...................
28...................

32,611
35,039
34,257
37,885

24,762
26,731
25,697
28,421

16,785
17,059
17,134
19,034

486
521
455
594

243
327
310
366

1,379
1,918
1,544
1,408

1,830
2,390
1,892
2,237

288
326
311
333

2,927
3,317
3,269
3,521

824
874
784
929

7,849
8,308
8,560
9,463

3,444
3,721
4,039
4,282

2,372
2,555
2,545
2,920

1,571
1,547
1,490
1,734

220
221
230
266

43
53
48
53

10
16
16
14

118
116
117
118

71
77
76
75

1963—Mar. 18...................
June 29...................
Dec. 20...................

36,245
37,454
38,327

26,116
27,136
26,667

17,484
17,314
17,769

470
509
704

309
357
368

880
2,052
1,419

2,231
2,172
2,119

296
349
271

3,630
3,453
3,216

818
932
801

10,129
10,317
11,660

4,465
4,517
4,665

3,124
3,189
4,110

1,952
2,040
2,144

318
326
449

55
59
76

20
5
18

106
115
113

89
67
83

1964—June 30...................
Dec. 31...................

41,545
45,191

28,046
30,470

17,934
19,825

546
689

420
441

2,112
1,486

2,323
2,940

364
361

3,427
3,751

920
976

13,499
14,721

5,083
5,293

4,949
5,433

2,549
2,808

528
677

71
74

47
94

180
196

91
146

1965—June 30...................
Dec. 31...................

47,322
49,270

30,005
30,761

17,923
19,988

626
720

561
620

2,561
1,271

3,270
2,937

390
420

3,725
3,771

950
1,034

17,316
18,509

5,658
5,937

7,434
8,255

2,877
2,904

682
807

87
84

189
138

250
242

139
141

1966—June 30___ ; ..........
Dec. 31...................

51,799
51,837

32,168
33,921

18,859
21,392

632
721

815
608

2,279
1,016

3,713
3,814

472
395

4,405
4,710

992
1,265

19,631
17,916

5,475
5,196

9,601
8,314

3,042
2,937

841
918

65
83

140
89

312
264

154
115

1967—June 30....................
Dec. 30....................

52,665
60,407

32,860
39,604

20,154
24,940

620
704

796
890

1,021
1,084

4,086
4,748

403
409

4,668
5,491

1,111
1,337

19,804
20,803

5,371
5,485

8,987
10,041

3,415
3,314

1,129
1,152

85
70

265
115

451
436

100
190

1968—June 2 9 ...................
Dec. 31...................

59,329
63,900

39,983
43,202

23,282
26,766

596
689

1,203
1,068

824
888

6,043
4,827

431
491

6,277
7,040

1,326
1,433

19,346
20,698

5,440
5,455

9,164
10,032

2,892
2,893

1,250
1,623

89
73

63
58

329
372

120
193

1969—June 30...................
Dec. 31...................

62,534
62,381

46,669
47,169

24,711
27,591

627
762

1,314
1,168

983
694

7,801
6,605

637
532

9,087
8,177

1,509
1,641

15,865
15,211

5,354
5,219

6,557
5,119

2,823
4,354

672
207

53
45

12
5

253
176

140
86

1970—June 30...................
Dec. 31...................

60,615
67,186

44,973
45,782

25,032
27,033

793
746

1,136
1,171

1,236
1,039

5,628
3,286

544
509

8,931
9,774

1,673
2,225

15,642
21,404

5,195
5,415

5,400
10,903

4,113
2,595

572
1,464

40
71

22
156

228
687

71
113

F o r notes see end of Table 2.5 E.

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A.

TO TA L ASSETS AND NUM BER O F BANKS
[Assets in millions o f dollars]
Balances with—

Loans and investments

Total
assets
Total

Loans
To,a.

U.S.
Govt.
Other
securities securities

F. R.
Banks

Currency
and
coin

Domes­
tic
banks

Foreign
banks

Cash
items

Bank
prem­
ises,
etc.

Cus­
tom ers’
liability
on
accept­
ances

Other
estate

13
13
13
14

16
15
13

13
13
13

17
16
14
14

13
14
13
13

16
15
17

13
13
13

i

18
22
20

15
15
13

17 .................
17
17 .................

3 I
3
2 1

22
22
20

13
13
13

231
194
310

17
16
16 .................

3 1
1
3 !

15
19
20

12
12
12

2

263
325
414

16
16
16

3 1
3
« !

18
20
17

13
13
14

162
144
175

1
1
1

349
309
464

2 |
3
4 !

18
20
19

14
14
14

26
28
28

146
152
143

1
1
1

346
401
435

15
15 .................
15
................. ;
16
16 ................. i

3
*

21
20
20

14
14
13

1,255
1,174
1,126
1,183

27
25
27
27

129
149
104
159

1

294
353
364
481

17
16
16
16

5
6
7
7

20
21
27
23

13
13
13
13

1,092
1,080
1,159
1,216

29
26
29
30

121
114
136
133

314
418
430
651

16
16
16
16

5
3
7
6 .

22
23
27
23

13
13
13
13

1,965
2,052
2,050
2,105

545
544
563
569

1,420
1,507
1,487
1,536

1,100
1,175
1,172
1,203

319
332
315
333

705
897
1,080
993

22
26
37
42

178
235
237
283

2
2
2
1

100
118
107
128

21
21
21
20

6
6
6
5

3,507
3,815
3,995

2,222
2,205
2,377

564
603
696

1,658
1,602
1,681

1,319
1,258
1,307

339
344
375

909
1,187
1,051

25
39
42

195
242
319

1

109
100
165

20
20
20

5
5
4

1941—Apr. 4
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec. 31

3,945
4,264
4,341
4,363

2,649
2,707
2,573
2,760

780
846
918
954

1,869
1,861
1,655
1,806

1,466
1,483
1,304
1,430

403
377
351
376

815
1,062
1,278
1,021

20
41
39
43

283
262
271
298

137
150
142
204

20
19
19
19

4
3
3
2

1942—Apr. 4
June 30
Dec. 31

4,446
4,553
5,364

2,806
3,116
3,973

923
906
832

1,883
2,210
3,141

1,490
1,858
2,789

393
352
352

1,088
973
902

27
43
39

286
220
164

201
163
247

19
19
18

2
2
2

1943—June 30
Oct. 18
Dec. 31

5,588
6,315
5,876

4,332
5,045
4,554

784
1,023
1,004

3,548
4,022
3,550

3,167
3,693
3,238

381
330
312

785
785
821

39
39
38

173
170
158

1
2
2

218
232
265

18
18
18

2

1944— Apr. 13
June 30.
Dec. 30,

6,044
6,428
6,860

4,727
5,124
5,443

962
1,064
1,184

3,765
4,060
4,258

3,417
3,688
3,913

348
372
345

796
811
899

40
41
43

183
179
177

2
1
1

254
230
259

1945— Mar. 20
June 30.
Dec. 31

6,558
7,104
7,459

5,212
5,730
5,931

1,012
1,250
1,333

4,199
4,480
4,598

3,840
4,130
4,213

360
350
385

892
929
942

45
33
36

144
180
200

1946—June 29
Sept. 30
Dec. 31

6,525
6,419
6,349

5,167
4,972
4,765

1,329
1,370
1,499

3,837
3,602
3,266

3,485
3,260
2,912

353
342
355

870
900
928

25
24
29

162
156
172

1
1
1
i

1947—June 30
Oct. 6.
Dec. 31.

6,359
6,556
6,866

4,802
5,040
5,088

1,565
1,724
1,801

3,237
3,316
3,287

2,890
2,935
2,890

347
381
397

973
993
1,070

36
30
30

1948—Apr. 12
June 30.
Dec. 31.

6,291
6,509
6,774

4,681
4,742
4,799

1,663
1,714
1,783

3,018
3,028
3,016

2,620
2,667
2,633

398
361
383

1,051
1,144
1,325

1949—Apr.
June
Nov.
Dec.

11
30
1.
31.

6,341
6,586
6,949
7,320

4,595
4,841
5,275
5,424

1,617
1,537
1,564
1,618

2,978
3,303
3,711
3,806

2,567
2,888
3,256
3,324

412
415
455
482

1950— Apr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

24
30
4
30

6,692
6,938
7,119
7,649

5,091
5,256
5,305
5,569

1,527
1,557
1,776
2,083

3,565
3,699
3,529
3,487

3,012
3,138
2,969
2,911

553
562
560
576




,

17
15
17
15

3,018
3,374
3,558
3,595

1940— Mar. 26
June 29
Dec. 31

9\

N um ber
of
banks

i

1939—M ar. 29
June 30
Oct. 2
Dec. 30

00

j
■ O ther
( assets

11
5

2 I
2
2

3 I
4 ,
3
3
2
3
2
2
2
i
1
2
3
1

|
1
|
1
!
1
|

17 ................. 1
......... 1

BANKS

Reserve

Investments
Call date

5,320
5,520
5,487
5,731

2,142
2,215
2,358
2,468

3,178
3,305
3,129
3,264

2,621
2,742
2,599
2,711

557
564
530
552

28 i
27
30
32

139
130
129
165

4
4
3
2

356
454
445
589

16
16
16
16

5
5
5
6

23
38
21
23

13
13
13
13

1952—Mar. 31...............
June 30...............
Sept. 5 ...............
Dec. 31...............

6,839
7,610
7,714
8,297

5,224
5,664
5,738
6,240

2,403
2,380
2,419
2,748

2,821
3,284
3,319
3,493

2,276
2,721
2,749
2,912

545
563
570
581

27
30
26
32

22
135
118
169

2
2
2
2

364
472
448
663

16
15
15
16

6
5
4
4

24
27
31
26

13
13
13
13

1953—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

20.............:
30...............
30...............
31...............

7,627
7,729
8,102
8,366

5,635
5,627
5,973
6,204

2,591
2,552
2,609
2,776

3,044
3,075
3,364
3,428

2,461
2,529
2,804
2,856

583
546
560
572

32
31
28
34

128
123
113
166

2
3
3
3

459
582
573
625

16
16
15
15

3
3
4
5

29
26
26
27

13
13
13
13

1954—Apr. 15...............
June 30...............
Oct. 7 ...............
Dec. 31...............

7,804
8,064
8,143
8,520

5,792
5,975
6,343
6,518

2,621
2,589
2,473
2,784

3,171
3,386
3,870
3,734

2,575
2,825
3,302
3,120

595
561
568
614

27
30
26
29

131
154
119
162

3
3
7
8

579
559
465
577

15
15
15
15

5
5
3
5

36
33
30
29

13
13
13
13

1955—Apr. 11...............
June 30...............
Oct. 5 ..............
Dec. 31...............

8,086
8,102
7,967
8,720

6,254
6,288
6,210
6,542

2,650
2,846
2,968
3,342

3,605
3,441
3,242
3,200

2,918
2,742
2,537
2,506

687
699
705
695

32
28
28
32

107
127
94
141

5
5
7
7

542
581
592
816

15
15
15
15

3
4
4
4

34
32
30
28

13
13
13
13

10...............
30...............
26...............
31...............

8,193
8,349
8,233
8,695

6,324
6,336
6,251
6,473

3,315
3,572
3,571
3,772

3,009
2,764
2,679
2,701

2,309
2,088
2,061
2,113

700
676
618
588

31
27
29
37

98
124
103
174

6
4
4
5

577
690
667
797

15
15
15
15

2
2
2

30
31
31
28

13
13
14
14

1957— Mar. 14...............
June 6 ...............
Oct. 11...............
Dec. 31...............

8,327
8,147
8,310
8,595

6,434
6,266
6,298
6,446

3,621
3,789
3,897
3,852

2,813
2,477
2,402
2,594

2,209
1,884
1,869
2,032

604
593
532
562

29
28
29
39

103
95
96
148

3
5
3
6

697
604
677
820

15
15
15
15

2
2
2
3

4
5
6
6
5
5
7
7

34
37
42
41

14
14
14
14

1958— Mar. 4 ...............
June 23...............
Sept. 24...............
Dec. 31...............

8,356
8,929
8,522
9,071

6,359
6,942
6,577
6,830

3,492
3,594
3,405
3,637

2,867
3,348
3,173
3,193

2,266
2,694
2,537
2,562

601
654
636
631

32
31
29
36

99
128
99
185

3
35
23
15

646
537
657
865

15
15
14
14

3
4
5
7

8
9
11
12

48
46
45
50

14
14
14
14

J959— Mar. 12..............
June 10..............
Oct.
6 ...............
Dec. 31...............

8,657
8,520
8,645
8,967

6,712
6,581
6,689
6,885

3,481
3,643
3,978
4,206

3,231
2,938
2,712
2,679

2,602
2,235
2,037
1,985

629
703
675
694

30
29
33
33

100
105
103
142

6
7
9
10

735
710
688
898

14
14
14
17

7
7
7
7

14
16
13
10

43
52
48
45

14
14
14
14

1960—Mar. 15...............
June 15...............
Oct. 3 ...............
Dec. 31...............

8,817
8,928
8,815
9,219

6,746
6,707
6,802
7,050

4,173
4,386
4,422
4,485

2,573
2,320
2,379
2,565

1,927
1,664
1,778
1,882

647
656
601
683

30
28
30
33

99
109
117
171

8
9
12
12

844
992
661
931

17
18
22
23

7
7
9
9

19
20
30
43

47
44
58
48

11
11
11
10

1961—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12...............
30...............
27...............
30...............

8,885
9,068
9,296
10,383

6,871
7,020
7,278
7,606

4,532
4,249
4,212
4,626

2,339
2,771
3,066
2,980

1,569
2,058
2,229
2,041

770
714
838
940

31
28
32
37 |

88
111
74
158

14
12
13
13

845
755
819
1,506

23
23
24
25

9
10
11
11

58
66
69
86

52
50
50
51

10
10
9
9

1962— Mar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

26...............
30...............
28...............
28...............

9,576
10,009
10,540
11,432

7,687
7,937
8,345
8,957

4,494
4,672
4,945
5,418

3,193
3,264
3,400
3,538

2,223
1,936
2,006
2,129

970
1.329
1,395
1,409

34 |
31
35
44 |

94
94
113
99

12
15
10
22

587
838
858
1,045

25
31
36
41

II
9
13
11

86
75
65
78

59
64
69
65

9
9
12
13

1963—M ar. 18...............
June 2 9 ...............
Dec. 2 0 ...............

11,132
11,440
11,776

9,078
9,082
9,615

5,473
5,545
6,220

3,604
3,537
3,395

2,275
2,071
1,705

1.329
1,466
1,690

42 !
40
49

157
154
98

21
22
18

763
947
787

42
44
52

12
22
19

90
79
53

71
77
67

13
12
12

1964—June 3 0 ...............
Dec. 3 1 ...............

12,046
13,289

9,636
10,562

6,266
7,102

3,370
3,460

1,750
1,873

1,620
1,587

53
55

151
150

47
26

947
1,129

72
80

74
86

142
195

12
12

1965—June 3 0 ...............
Dec. 3 1 ...............

13,535
14,290

10,835
11,455

7,367
8,219

3,468
3,236

1,761
1,700

1,707
1,536

64
73

97
151

15
16

1,107
1,145

87
91

83
104

218
213

11
11

1966—June 3 0 ...............
Dec. 3 1 ...............

14,490
14,935

11,715
11,802

8,567
8,756

3,149
3,047

1,585
1,545

1,564
1,502

77
92

235
136

13
I?

1,058
1,578

106
111

111
133

235
251

11
11

1956—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

00




\

BANKS

7,201
7,477
7,513
7,972

MEMBER

1951—Apr. 9 ...............
June 30...............
Oct. 10...............
Dec. 31...............

A.

MEMBER

2.3 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—CITY OF CHICAGO—Continued
TOTAL ASSETS AND NUMBER OF BANKS—Continued
[Assets in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments
Investments

Total
assets
Total

Loans
Total

Reserve
with
F. R.
Banks

U.S.
Govt.
Other
securities securities

Currency
and
coin

Domes­
tic
banks

Bank
prem­
ises,
etc.

Cash
items

Foreign
banks

Cus­
tomers’
liability
on
accept­
ances

Other
real
estate

O ther
assets

N um ber
of
banks

1967—June 30..............
Dec. 30..............

12,133
12,744

8,924
9,223

3,209
3,520

1,576
1,574

1,633
1,947

954
1,105

80
94

m
151

14
27

1,230
1,570

116
165

1

146
149

245
290

11
10

1968—June 29..............
Dec. 31..............

16,168
18,099

12,848
14,274

9,248
10,286

3,600
3,988

1,762
1,863

1,838
2,125

926
1,164

69
98

237
281

13
15

1,402
1,449

236

2
2

169
171

309
409

9
9

1969—June 30..............
Dec. 31..............

17,869
17,927

14,321
14,365

10,573
10,771

3,749
3.594

1,616
1,564

2,132
2,030

652
869

78
123

134
150

17
15

1,835
1,645

271
290

2
2

198
125

361
344

9
9

1970—June 30..............
Dec. 31..............
oo

15,073
16,296

18,291
19,892

14,648
15,745

10,987
11.214

3,661
4,531

1,540
2,105

2,121
2,427

885
1,148

96
126

135
160

11
20

1,495
1,621

303

2
2

287
255

429
492

9
9

F o r notes see end o f Table 2.5 E.

2.3 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—CITY OF CHICAGO—Continued
B.

TO TA L LIA BILITIES
[In millions of dollars]

Call date

1939—Mar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

Total
liabiW
ities
and
capital

Deposits

Total

Inter­
bank

Capital accounts

U.S.
Govt.
and
postal
savings

Other
demand

Other
time

3,018
3,374
3,558
3,595

2.741
3,090
3,274
3,330

844
759
867
888

83
60
63
83

1,349
1,784
1,854
1,867

464
488
490
492

1940 -M a r. 26 ..
June 29 ..
Dec. 31..

3,507
3,815
3,995

3,235
3,541
3,710

1,004
956
1,004

84
83
94

1,653
1,998
2,107

494
504
504

1941—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

3,945
4,264
4,341
4,363

3,658
3,970
4,044
4,057

1,158
1,018
1,089
1,035

112
100
95
.27

1,892
2,356
2,370
2,419

496
498
491
476




Accept­
ances
out­
stand­
ing

Other
liabil­
ities

Stocks

.................
...........................

Surplus

Total
Comm on

29 ..
30. .
2 ..
30. .

4. .
30 ..
24..
31 ..

Bor­
row­
ings

Preferred

Demand deposits
I
I Undi­
1 vided
i profits
j

Reserves
for
contin­
gencies,
etc.

A d­
justed

N et

2
3
3
4
4
3
3

14
11
11
11

261
270
270
250

101
101
101
101

26
26
26
1

72 |
72
74
87

32
39
38
30

30
33
32
32

1,250
1,666
1,747
1,739

2,012
2,263
2,452
2,441

15
u
12

253
260
270

101
101
100

i
i
2

87 !
87 |
104

31
36
29

33
34
35

1,544
1,898
1,941

2,448
2,695
2,721

2
3
2
2

15
12
15
16

270
279
279
288

KM
)
100
100
100

2
2
2
2

104 '
104
109
121

28
36
31
29

37
37
37
37

1,755
2,205
2,228
2,215

2,743
3,061
3,146
3,084

.

BANKS

Call date

Balances with—

296
201
667

2,120
2,543
2,803

455
460
453

21
17
18

289
293
304

100
100
100

1
1
1

121
121
127

29
32
37

38
38
39

1,919
2,379
2,557

3,197
3,403
4,176

5,588
6,315
5,876

5,251
5,974
5,523

1,045
1,117
985

509
1,243
716

3,220
3,116
3,316

477
497
506

23
22
26

312
317
326

101
101
131

1
1

127
127
130

43
46
25

41
43
39

3,002
2,885
3,050

3,878
3,836
3,882

6,044
6,428
6,860

5,679
6,053
6,468

1,024
1,105
1,148

866
1,105
1,400

3,274
3,300
3,300

515
544
620

33
29
35

329
343
354

131
131
133

131
141
147

26
28
33

42
43
42

3,019
3,070
3,041

3,865
3,999
4,016

1945—M ar. 2 0 ..
June 30..
Dec. 31..

6,558
7,104
7,459

6,161
6,702
7,046

1,108
1,193
1,312

900
1,499
1,552

3,520
3,346
3,462

632
663
719

42
38
33

353
362
377

132
132
142

146
146
148

32
40
42

43
45
46

3,289
3,152
3,153

4,262
4,173
4,268

1946—June 29 ..
Sept. 30..
Dec. 31..

6,525
6,419
6,349

6,092
5,983
5,905

1,071
1,050
1,153

791
527
154

3,452
3,612
3,770

779
793
827

34
35
34

394
397
404

142
143
144

158
158
158

47
49
54

47
48
47

3,189
3,287
3,356

4,100
4,185
4,343

1947—June 30..
Oct. 6 ..
Dec. 31..

6,359
6,556
6,866

5,908
6,097
6,402

1,080
1,136
1,217

182
163
74

3,776
3,920
4,201

869
878
911

32
35
32

416
420
426

144
144
144

164
164
179

59
63
54

49
49
50

3,427
3,612
3,737

4,527
4,767
4,852

1948—Apr. 12. .
June 30..
Dec. 31. .

6,291
6,509
6,774

5,826
6,039
6,293

1,028
1,077
1,064

103
106
189

3,777
3,906
4,039

918
950
1,000

34
29
31

426
436
444

145
145
160

2

179
189
194

55
54
43

48
48
46

3,432
3,505
3,604

4,417
4,536
4,715

1949—Apr.
June
Nov.
Dec.

11..
30..
1 ..
31..

6,341
6,586
6,949
7,320

5,856
6,087
6,395
6,810

1,002
1,008
1,127
1,191

236
200
210
263

3,585
3,823
4,006
4,277

1,033
1,056
1,051
1,079

35
30
37
33

445
462
466
470

160
160
160
160

2
2
2
2

194
196
196
215

43
54
55
42

46
51
52
51

3,291
3,470
3,642
3,797

4,399
4,528
4,872
5,088

1950—Apr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

24 ..
30. .
4 ..
30..

6,692
6,938
7,119
7,649

6,178
6,419
6,585
7,109

998
1,015
1,142
1,229

183
215
171
177

3,915
4,094
4,203
4,604

1,082
1,095
1,070
1,099

38
34
41
44

470
482
484
490

160
160
163
164

2
2
2
2

220
225
226
231

37
42
41
43

51
52
53
49

3,601
3,676
3,773
3,954

4,658
4,788
4,947
5,220

1951—Apr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

9 ..
30..
10. .
31..

7,201
7,477
7,513
7,972

6,656
6,921
6,950
7,402

1,048
1,040
1,249
1,307

524
487
306
247

3,992
4,272
4,282
4,710

1,093
1,122
1,113
1,138

46
40
48
50

492
501
506
513

164
164
164
180

2
2
2
2

232
237
237
227

44
48
52
55

51
51
52
49

3,636
3,818
3,837
4,121

5,066
5,213
5,260
5,506

1952—Mar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

31..
30..
5 ..
31..

6,839
7,610
7,714
8,297

6,183
7,027
7,019
7,686

1,493
1,182
1,235
1,350

459
310
264
347

3,121
4,375
4,376
4,789

1,109
1,160
1,144
1,201

55
48
59
65

516
530
532
541

196
196
196
199

2
2
2
2

228
239
239
241

41
43
44
51

49
50
51
49

2,757
3,903
3,928
4,126

4,679
5,251
5,301
5,645

1953—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

2 0 ..
30..
30..
31..

7,627
7,729
8.102
8,366

6,962
7,119
7,338
7,724

1,175
1,216
1,278
1,387

191
204
371
262

4,427
4,495
4,487
4,837

1,170
1,204
1,201
1,239

67
55
70
71

542
551
557
566

201
201
202
202

2
2
2
2

241
246
247
254

49
53
57
58

49
49
50
50

3,968
3,913
3,914
4,211

5,196
5,201
5,442
5,683

1954— Apr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15. .
30..
7 ..
31. .

7,804
8,064
8,143
8,520

7,149
7,419
7,463
7,845

1,225
1,340
1,342
1,321

221
414
469
256

4,475
4,403
4,398
4,977

1,228
1,263
1,254
1,290

74
58
70
70

571
583
592
600

203
203
204
214

2
2
2
2

255
261
261
281

60
63
71
49

51
55
55
54

3,896
3,844
3,933
4,400

5,192
5,422
5,598
5,794

1955—Apr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

11. .
30..
5 ..
31..

8,086
8,102
7,967
8,720

7,293
7,431
7,251
8,010

1,181
1,180
1,284
1,296

302
349
206
227

4,525
4,606
4,474
5,165

1,285
1,297
1,288
1,321

71
55
67
75

602
612
620
628

214
214
214
217

2
2
2
2

282
287
287
296

5Q
54
62
61

55
56
56
53

3,983
4,024
3,881
4,349

5,336
5,405
5,255
5,717

1956—Apr. 10..
June 30..
Sept. 26 ..
Dec. 31 ..

8,193
8,349
8,233
8,695

7,213
7,631
7,302
7,943

1,246
1,195
1,215
1,372

221
357
317
188

4,469
4,781
4,488
5 ,0 ©

1,277
1,298
1,283
1,315

73
74
81
82

631
639
646
660

235
236
237
238

2
2
2
2

297
302
302
308

44
47
53
59

53
53
53
53

3,892
4,092
3,820
4,272

5,250
5,504
5,238
5,647

1957—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

8,327
8,147
8,310
8,595

7,330
7,284
7,315
7,792

1,144
1,184
1,240
1,347

92
101
186
199

4,785
4,691
4,582
4,904

1,308
1,308
1,307
1,342

82
92
107
103

654
665
676
689

240
240
240
242

2
2
2
2

309
309
315
323

59
68
73
77

45
46
46
45

4.088
4,087
3,905
4,084

5,212
5,258
5,219
5,465

14..
6 ..
11..
31..




BANKS

1,262
1,038
1,117

1944— Apr. 13..
June 30. .
Dec. 30..

00
'O

4,134
4,241
5,040

1943—June 30..
Oct. 18..
Dec. 31. .

.

4,446
4,553
5,364

MEMBER

1942—Apr. 4 ..
June 3 0 ..
Dec. 31 ..

B.

MEMBER

2.3 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—CITY OF CHICAGO—Continued
TO TA L LIABILITIES—Continued
[In millions of dollars]
Deposits

Total

Inter­
bank

Capital accounts

U.S.
Govt,
and
postal .
savings

Other
demand

Bor­
row­
ings

Other
time

Accept­
ances
out­
stand­
ing

Other
liabil­
ities

Sto cks
Total
C om ­
mon

Sur­
plus

Pre­
ferred

Demand deposits

U ndi­
vided
profits

Reserves
for
contin­
gencies,
etc.

A d­
justed

N et

1958— Mar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4 ..
2 3..
2 4..
31..

8,356
8,929
8,522
9,071

7,377
8,022
7,628
8,214

1,241
1,288
1,340
1,391

195
709
252
256

4,592
4,626
4,642
5,136

1,349
1,399
1,394
1,431

158
80
55
3

8
10
13
12

118
109
112
109

695
708
714
733

252
252
277
277

2
2
2
2

324
345
322
323

73
62
67
83

46
47
47
49

3,945
4,089
3,985
4,271

5,242
5,921
5,441
5,694

1959--M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

12..
10..
6 ..
31..

8,657
8,520
8,645
8,967

7,619
7,375
7,513
8,062

1,195
1,191
1,221
1,253

106
127
258
279

4,923
4,657
4,614
5,070

1,395
1,399
1,419
1,460

179
272
261
40

15
16
15
11

115
115
103
92

729
743
754
762

284
287
288
289

2
2
2
2

325
328
333
363

71
80
87
67

48
47
44
42

4,187
3,947
3,926
4,171

5,352
5,123
5,268
5,532

1960—Mar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15..
15..
3 ..
31..

8,817
8,928
8,815
9,219

7,496
7,692
7,792
8,197

1,157
1,276
1,298
1,441

231
338
534
329

4,700
4,669
4,495
4,899

1,409
1,409
1,465
1,528

449
333
81
35

19
20
31
43

103
117
126
122

749
765
786
822

290
290
290
294

2

362
369
369
416

55
64
83
68

41
42
44
44

3,856
3,678
3,834
3,968

5,115
5,138
5,489
5,505

1961--A pr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12..
30..
2 7 ..
30..

8,885
9,068
9,296
10,383

7,828
8,037
8,153
9,283

1,260
1,135
1,220
1,637

89
382
479
374

4,677
4,602
4,527
5,268

1,802
1,918
1,928
2,003

42
10
94
35

58
66
69
87

127
108
124
109

830
848
856
870

321
321
325
328

418
423
423
428

47
59
63
74

44
45
45
40

3,871
3,881
3,746
3,809

5,084
5,244
5,322
5,598

1962--M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

2 6 ..
30..
2 8 ..
2 8 ..

9,576
10,009
10,540
11,432

8,136
8,810
9,224
9,993

1,144
1,146
1,254
1,294

374
553
484
417

4,329
4,520
4,684
5,264

2,288
2,591
2,803
3,018

357
34
H2
262

86
75
65
78

127
197
206
151

870
894
933
948

329
330
340
343

453
459
473
487

48
62
76
73

40
42
44
44

3,782
3,728
3,869
4,262

5,147
5,264
5,426
5,809

1963--M ar. 18..
June 29 ..
Dec. 20..

11,132
11,440
11,776

9,593
10,141
10,296

1,249
1,218
1,229

272
590
401

4,863
4,840
4,887

3,210
3,493
3,781

267
111
255

90
79
53

227
135
175

954
974
996

344
344
368

488
493
496

79
92
92

44
45
41

4,146
3,941
4,144

5,455
5,576
5.614

1964—June 30..
Dec. 31..

12,046
13,289

10,630
11,807

1,208
1,470

592
401

4,744
5,362

4,085
4,574

210
204

74
86

115
136

1,017
1,056

404
406

4
9

510
516

83
108

16
17

3,845
4,294

5,453
5,960

1965—June 30..
Dec. 31..

13,535
14,290

11,699
12,475

1,324
1,475

703
349

4,926
5,656

4,745
4,995

438
355

84
105

218
223

1,096
1,132

423
423

9
9

531
536

102
130

32
34

3,881
4,571

5,718
6,196

1966—June 30..
Dec. 31..

14,490
14,935

12,385
12,673

1,273
1,458

682
311

5,249
6,008

5,182
4,897

521
484

113
133

319
445

1,152
1,199

439
439

9
9

567
580

104
134

33
37

4,251
4,502

5,882
6,052

1967--June 30..
Dec. 30..

15,073
16,296

12,814
13,985

1,291
1,455

300
269

5,537
6,250

5,685
6,011

359
383

147
150

529
433

1,224
1,346

440
438

9
12

605
620

133
158

37
117

4,370
4,758

5,733
6,255

1968--June 2 9 ..
Dec. 31..

16,168
18,099

12,70!
14,526

1,240
1,556

95
259

5,768
6,542

5,598
6,169

S ll
682

169
172

1,125
1,285

1,363
1,433

474
474

12
40

632
640

125
146

120
132

4,428
5,183

5,447
6,613

1969--June 30..
Dec. 31..

17,869
17,927

13,035
13,264

1,393
1,692

275
176

6,192
6,770

5,175
4,625

1,230
1,290

200
126

1,913
1,731

1,492
1,517

481
491

40
40

662
677

162
159

147
149

4,428
5,222

5,864
6,840

1970—June 30..
Dec. 31..

18,291
19,892

13,266
15,042

1,698
1,979

348
283

6,102
6,663

5,118
6,117

1,507
1,851

291
263

1,661
1,150

1,566
1,586

491
491

40
40

696
744

206
181

132
131

4,683
5,120

6,509
7,140

For notes see end of Table 2.5 E.




'

BANKS

Call date

Total
liabil­
ities
and
capital

2.3 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS — CITY OF CHICAGO — Continued
C.

LOANS

[In millions o f dollars]

F or purchasing
or carrying
securities

To farmers
Total
loans

ate

Com­
mer­
cial

Singlepay­
ment

7
7

5
5

66

13

8

5

60

23
42

6i
54

16
19

8
10

8
8

62
84

20

11

8

101

22

13

8

95

22
23

14
15

8
7

383
432
492

8
5

780
846
918
954

630

5

36

6

48

52

1942—Apr. 4.
SO
June 30.
^
Dec. 31.

923
906
832

712
658

29
34

784
1,023
1,004

1944—Apr. 13.
June 30.
Dec. 30.

Other

50
32

1943—June 30.
Oct. 18.
Dec. 31.

Banks

55

732

3
3

for
bad
debts

57
59

70
71

564
603
696

22

4

Repair
and
m od­
erni­
zation

12
12

32
39

1940—Mar. 26.
June 29.
Dec. 31.

,

Total
Other

To
others

41

354
344

Other

545
544
563
569

4.
30.
24.
31.

Re-

Instalm ent
On
resi­
dential
prop­
erty

To
brokers
and
dealers

29.
30.
2.
30.

1941—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

R eal estate
Other

Guar*
anteed
by
ccc
1939—Mar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

Other loans to individuals

To financial
institutions

1

Total

On
farm
land

Retail
auto

62

Other
retail

Other

14

5

9

34

90
18

41

15

7

51

4

12

7

28

15

3

102

52

1

22

1

15

7

45

3

11

6

24

13

962
1,064
1,184

710
738

10
14

i
3

102
163

130
163

2

21
24

1
1

15
14

6
10

49
45

4
3

10
n

5
5

30
25

40
32

1945— Mar. 20...........
June 30.
Dec. 31.

1,012
1,250
1,333

670
760

12

1
2

159
211

299
233

23
36

1
1

15
16

7
19

50
51

3
3

12
13

5
5

30
29

34
40

1946—June 29.
Sept. 30.
Dec. 31.

1,329
1,370
1,499

804

1

188

185

43

1

20

22

76

6

6

46

32

1,094

3

117

101

51

1

25

25

105

16

16

12

7

54

28

1947—June 30...........
Oct. 6.
Dec. 31.

1,565
1,724
1,801

1,178

1

100

84

42

1

27

14

130

29

23

14

8

57

29

1,418

3

73

87

46

1

30

15

149

31

30

16

7

65

26

1948—Apr. 12.
June 30...........
Dec. 31.

1,663
1,714
1,783

1,357
1,412

2
4

61
71

75
63

47
51

1
1

30
31

16
19

156
176

34
36

38
42

17
21

7
10

59
67

32
27

15
20

1949—Apr. 11.
June 30...........
Nov. 1.
Dec. 31.

1.617
1,537
1,564
1.618

1,178

4

2

83

60

48

1

29

19

156

35

33

22

10

55

26

20

1,211

2

5

109

56

51

1

32

18

172

35

38

26

11

63

33

22

1950— pr. 24.
-A
June 30...........
Oct. 4.
Dec. 30...........

1,527
1,557
1,776
2,083

1,116
1,322
1,567

22

3
5
8

109
81
110

64
65
69 ...............

54
58
65

1
1
1

35
39
46

18
19
19

180
207
207

41
52
51

38
48
52

25
30
30

12
11
10

64
66
64

35
66
87

26
28
32




1

23

17

BANKS

40

4

MEMBER

2

763

612

MEMBER

2.3 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—CITY OF CHICAGO—Continued
C.

LOANS—Continued

[In millions of dollars]
Other loans to individuals

To financial
institutions

R eal estate
Instalment

Total
loans

Call date

Com­
mer­
cial

O ther
G uar­
anteed
by
ccc

To
brokers
and
dealers

To
others

8
6
11
16

102
113
77
94

67
64
60
63

Other

Other

Banks

12

2,142
2,215
2,358
2,468

1,643
1,717
1,865
1,977

2,403
2,380
2,419
2,748

1,927
1,856
1,872
2,080

12
11
11
14

73
166
147
239

80
61
67
66

38
15

2,591
2,552
2,609
2,776

1,988
1,992
2,041
1,912

11
7
6
6

181
142
145
286

67
71
71
75

4
1

1,898
1,835
1,833
1,847

148
130

6
4
6
7

155
242
238
345

74
74
73
89

28

7 ..

2,621
2,589
2,473
2,784

1955—A pr. 11..
June 30..
Oct. 5 ..
Dec. 31..

2,650
2,846
2,968
3,342

1,816
1,940
2,140
2,390

137
96
5

5
6
11
14

185
270
223
275

1956—Apr. 10. .
June 30..

3,315
3,572
3,571
3,772

2,465
2,663
2,700
2,781

6
5

7
7
8
17

14. .
6. .
11..
31. .

3,621
3,789
3,897
3,852

2,789
2,859
2,981
2,903

1
1

1958- M ar. 4 ..

3,492
3,594
3,405
3,637

2,676
2,618
2,584
2,628

..............

1951—Apr. 9 ..
Oct. 10..
Dec. 31..
1952—M ar. 31 ..

1953—Apr. 2 0 ..

1954—Apr. 15. .
Oct.

Dec. 31. .
1957—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

Sept. 24 ..
Dec. 31. .

I
1

152

134

::::::::
..............

Total

On
resi­
dential
prop­
erty

On
farm
land

Total
O ther

Retail
auto

Other
retail

Repair
and
m od­
erni­
zation

Other

Singlepay­
m ent

R e­
serve
for
bad
debts

69
70
73
70

1
1
1
1

48
49
51
48

20
20
21
21

193
192
178
180

47
48
48
45

44
42
28
32

28
26
26
25

11
11
10
11

64
65
65
67

85
89
89
109

37
37
37
41

70
67
68
67

1
1
1
1

48
44
44
43

22
22
24
24

173
183
187
211

42
48
50
57

28
29
30
41

24
24
25
27

11
11
12
14

68
71
70
71

112
83
75
104

45
46
47
49

67
70
68
70

1
1
1

42
44
43
43

24
25
24
27

227
235
242
234

60
63
61
58

52
54
58
59

26
25
26
26

14
18
19
19

74
75
78
72

103
89
85
95

54
55
54
55

73
81
80
91

1

11

46
52
52
61

27
28
28
29

209
206
211
223

53
52
55
56

57
55
54
59

24
24
26
26

12
12
12
12

62
63
65
70

86
74
77
105

56
55
56
58

80
88
95
99

5
6
8
9

111
122
128
128

1
1
1
1

77
87
92
92

33
34
35
35

237
244
263
316

64
61
71
73

64
65
68
107

25
24
24
24

13
14
15
14

70
80
85
97

133
134
157
174

59
60
62
65

201
170
170
203

99
96
89
97

26
8
31
5

130
133
134
134

1
1

94
94
92
92

36
38
42
41

283
384
364
439

76
78
77
76

81
176
156
230

23
23
25
26

15
16
17
18

87
90
90
89

171
179
152
173

74
74
75
76

7
6
6
9

160
172
164
200

95
96
98
97

6
11
8
4

135
135
141
143

1

95
96
98
99

39
39
42
43

348
430
423
425

76
77
74
73

149
212
204
207

27
28
30
30

18
19
20
20

79
95
95
95

174
173
174
176

93
95
99
106

8
8
7
15

153
178
113
266

92
100
95
97

5
165
63
10

150
143
147
161

1
1
1

106
99
101
104

43
43
46
56

345
336
333
357

70
66
63
61

131
117
120
131

29
28
27
26

20
21
21
21

95
105
102
119

169
153
173
210

106
107
109
108

43
1

3

1 9 5 9 -M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

12..
10..
6 ..
3 1 ..

3,481
3,643
3,978
4,206

2,596
2,678
2,509
2,527

14
16
15
21

131
146
131
268

103
107
114
124

21
38
43
33

538
588

164
181
180
183

1
1
1
1

107
121
123
121

56
59
56
61

370
386
412
435

62
67
74
76

143
141
146
158

25
24
23
23

22
23
27
28

118
132
143
150

191
203
149
148

110
111
113
121

1960—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15..
15..
3 ..
31..

4,173
4,386
4,422
4,485

2.636
2,716
2,797
2,690

23
20
17
21

162
187
203
322

56
93
67
67

546
581
576
564

175
183
iSS
196

1
1
1
1

114
121
126
129

60
61
61
66

408
396
401
421

76
76
79
78

149
129
124
129

23
20
20
19

28
31
31
30

132
141
147
164

168
21 i
179
197

122
125
128
129

1961—Apr. 12..
June 30 ..
Sept. 2 7 ..
Dec. 30 ..

4,532
4,249
4,212
4,626

2,627
2,555
2,527
2,609

19
18
19
23

218
205
185
354

122
123
123
134 .
1
131 1
131 !
129
137

184
91
55

479
459
494
669

193
202
211
221

1
1
1
1

127
134
146
156

64
67
65
64

586
538
493
476

73
74
70
69

310
227
174
133

18
17
17
17

30
30
31
31

156
189
202
226

206
188
240
229

135
136
141
146




2
25

53

BANKS

F or purchasing
o r carrying
securities

To farmers

26..
30 ..
28 ..
28 ..

4,494
4,672
4,945
5,418

2,677
2,659
2,745
2,941

22
20
22
29

202

265
248
407

130
147
145
152

86
89
96
89

575
611
688
703

235
278
338
362

165
202
241
258

70
75
96
102

447
456
514
523

71
80
95

100

105
93
88
95

16
18
34
34

30
34
40
43

224
233
257
252

270
298
309
369

149
151
160
162

1963—Mar. 18..
June 29 ..
Dec. 20 ..

5,473
5,545
6,220

2,989
3,051
3,378

28
28
35

350
358
497

163
176
181

139
135
242

698
741
751

379
393
401

284
289
281

95
104
119

537
555
594

102
104
108

104
97
118

29
28
27

50
59
57

252
268
285

369
288
318

179
182
182

1964—June 30..
Dec. 31..

6,266
7,102

3,332
3,870

26
24

498
510

192
203

200

227

893
948

409
465

283
322

123
142

600
669

118
128

108
121

25
26

81
68

268
325

318
430

203
244

1965—June 30..
Dec. 31 ..

7,367
8,219

4,099
4,642

26
32

465
444

232
244

266
1 260

1,007
1,201

514
577

328
388

184
186

702
762

150
167

125
126

26
28

66
72

335
369

308
316

253
259

1966—June 30..
Dec. 31 ..

8,567
8,756

4,983
5,311

64

394
406

254
222

*257
1212

1,293
1,161

592
622

399
421

190
199

744
751

184
178

96
135

29
23

76
82

359
333

276
273

262
267

1967—June 30..
Dec. 30..

8,924
9,223

5,562
5,714

41
46

309
459

205
220

174
162

1,019
951

671
675

427
399

242
274

741
754

175
130

137
159

28
31

83
94

318
339

»472
1 506

270
263

1968—June 29 ..
Dec. 31..

9,248
10,286

5,796
6,118

39
49

355
535

220

253

173
205

1,046
1.219

693
738

454
488

237
248

748
848

122
130

147
159

28
27

93
108

358
424

1 428
i 592

251
273

1969—June 30..
Dec. 3 1 ..

10,573
10,771

6,353
6,444

44
50

366
337

264
262

179
186

1,144
1.219

790
842

428
555

360
284

888

862

135
124

179
182

29
24

114
117

430
415

1 545
> 569

275
291

1970—June 30..
Dec. 3 1 ..

10,987
11,214

6,635
6,502

45
42

379
356

141
191

152
138

1,154
1,284

823
864

571
575

250
284

942
1,015

122
114

258
276

32
33

115
138

414
453

1 715
» 821

296
291

1962—Mar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

F o r notes see end o f Table 2.5 E.
'O

2.3 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—CITY OF CHICAGO—Continued
D.

INVESTM ENTS

[In millions of dollars]
U.S. Govt, securities 1
O ther bonds,
notes, and
debentures

D irect

Call date

Notes, maturing—

Total
invest­
ments
Total

992
1,040
1,017
1,031

1940—M ar. 26.
June 29.
Dec. 31.

1,658
1,602
1,681

1,180
1,125
1,194

1941- -Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

1,869
1,861
1,655
1,806

1,342
1,346
1,145
1,311

4.
30.
24.
31.




M arketable, maturing—
Within
1 year

After
1 year

Total
Within
1 year

1-5

5-10

10-20

Over 20
years

212
234

660
621

37
36

125
119

333
301

165
164

176

701

33

123

445

254
297

161
145

710
752

25
52

137
117

417

125

803

69

256

’ 153'

903

‘6i‘

121
185

N on­
m arket­
able

G uar­
anteed

Federal
agency

Other

101

108
135
155
172

149
154
147
162

142
150
139
142

29
29
29
28

448
483

100
100

139
134
112

175
177
188

137
140
159

27
27
28

98

534

102

*ii9

54i

i83

125
138
159
119

226
190
175
182

151
162
151
169

26
26
25
24

BANKS

1,420
1,507
1,487
1,536

Cer­
tifi­
cates

C orpo­
rate
stock
(includ­
ing
F. R.
Bank
stock)

MEMBER

29.
30.
2.
30.

1939—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

Bills

Bonds

Secu­
rities
of
States,
etc.

D.

MEMBER

2.3 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—CITY OF CHICAGO—Continued
INVESTM ENTS—Continued
[In millions o f dollars)
U.S. Govt, securities 1

Call date

Total
invest­
ments

Notes, maturing—

Total

1942—Apr. 4.
June 30.
Dec. 31.

1,381
1,768
2,706

3,548
4,022
3,550

3,091
3,693
3,163

1944—Apr. 13.
June 30.
Dec. 30.

4^

3,141

1943—June 30.
Oct. 18.
Dec. 31.

vo

2,210

1,883

3,765
4,060
4,258

1945—M ar. 20.
June 30.
Dec. 31.

Bills

Cer­
tifi­
cates

Bonds
G uar­
anteed

M arketable, maturing—
After
1 year

Within
1 year

Total
Within
1 year

1-5

5-10

10-20

Over 20
years

N on­
m arket­
able

Secu­
rities
of
States,
etc.
Federal
agency

C orpo­
rate
stock
(includ­
ing
F. R.
Bank
stock)

Other

162
391

1,068
1,282

58
87

248
531

581
483

181
180

1

108
90
83

207
164
166

163
166
165

23
22
21

795

399

1,424

295

455

530

143

2

75

877

484

1,602

325

630

503

143

1

74

209
164
158

154
146
134

18
19
20

367
250

1,038
1,045

587
779

1,665
1,809

355
394

695
779

467
484

146
149

2
2

31
31

186
204
160

143
150
169

19
19
16

3,840
4,130
4,213

127
133

1,253
1,467

814
749

1,936
1,864

434
417

944
896

393
488

162
61

3
3

177
154
181

167
182
190

16
14
13

3,837
3,602
3,266

3,485
3,260
2,912

14

1,042

529

1,900

407

997

434

60

3

60

498

146

2,207

694

980

471

60

3

153
148
167

190
185
178

10
9
9

1947—June 30.
Oct. 6.
Dec. 31.

3,237
3,316
3,287

2,890
2,935
2,890

106

368

' 132

2,284

589

1,077

555

60

3

132

235

248

2,274

717

849

627

64

17

175
205
213

163
167
175

9
9
10

1948—Apr. 12.
June 30.
Dec. 31.

3,018
3,028
3,016

2,620
2,667
2,633

160
183

250
275

214
217

2,043
1,958

489
729

878
596

613
615

49
3

14
15

223
185
210

164
166
163

10
10
11

1949— Apr.
June
Nov.
Dec.

11.
30.
1.
31.

2,978
3,303
3,711
3,806

2,567
2,888
3,256
3,324

369

343

125

2,051

943

433

655

3

ii

331

690

358

1,945

1,007

463

455

2

18

236
235
263
290

165
169
181
180

11
11
11
11

1950—Apr. 24.
June 30.
Oct. 4.
Dec. 30.

3,565
3,699
3,529
3,487

3,012
3,138
2,969
2,911

352
253
232

276
140
131

555
673
700

1,954
1,903
1,847

1,079
1,045
1,009

518
480
467

336
337
329

6
26
27

15
15
16

340
340
327
335

201
210
221
230

12
12
12
12

1951—Apr. 9.
June 30.
Oct. 10.
Dec. 31.

3,178
3,305
3,129
3,264

2,621
2,742
2,599
2,711

180 . .
209
204
334

150
245
332

696
653
502
520

1,745
1,729
1,649
1,526

888
906
832
720

477
441
437
421

327
330
326
332

37
36
36
35

16
16 .................
16
16

341
347
327
351

205
204
191
189

12
12
12
12

2,821

3,319
3,493

2,276
2,721
2,749
2,912

87
366
314
407

207
371
341
224

497
494
517
607

1,485
1,490
1,578
1,674

684
670
664
726

418
432
528
549

332
338
336
383

34
35
35

356
363
360
384

176
187
197
184

13
13
13
13

3,044
3,075
3,364
3,428

2,461
2,529
2,804
2,856

56
147
119
123

198
235
541
450

607
551
686
684

1,600
1,596
1,458
1,598

652
777
614
683

563
535
560
625

370
267
265

16
15 .................
16 .................
16
.................
15
14
13
13

409
375
384
400

160
157
162
158

13
14
14
14

357
397

181
637

473
199

3,417
3,657
3,882

4,199
4,480
4,598

1946—June 29.
Sept. 30.
Dec. 31.

1952—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

31.
30.
5.
31.

1953—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

20.
30.
30.
31.

3,284




” ,

4
6
5

BANKS

Other bonds,
notes , and
deben tures

Direct

1954—Apr. 15..
June 30 ..
Oct. 7 ..
Dec. 31 ..

3,171
3,386
3,870
3,734

2,575
2,825
3,302
3,120

156
113
244
70

280
261
223
241

466
721
864
855

1,672
1,731
1,970
1,953

442
479
738
711

950
943
913
922

267
293
303
302

1955—Apr. 11..
June 30 ..
Oct. 5 ..
Dec. 31 ..

3,605
3,441
3,242
3,200

2,918
2,742
2,537
2,506

137
76
31
111

172
66
39
68

789
812
619
604

1,820
1,788
1,848
1,723

531
501
579
631

901
895
858
977

302
304
312
45

1956—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

10..
30 ..
26 ..
31 ..

3,009
2,764
2,679
2,701

2,309
2,088
2,061
2,113

28
46
43
112

54
3
21
42

557
476
453
316

1,670
1,564
1,544
1,643

625
526
547
850

986
977
936
731

45
46
47
47

5 I
5
5
5

10

1957—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

14..
6 ..
II . .
31..

2,813
2,477
2,402
2,594

2,209
1,884
1,869
2,032

314
75
36
65

26
74
72
126

271
223
278
313

1,598
1,513
1,483
1,528

842
784
817
923

696
670
592
519

46
45
62
78

5
5
5
2

1958—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4 ..
23..
24 ..
31..

2,867
3,348
3,173
3,193

2,266
2,694
2,537
2,562

265
268
170
232

68
145
406
361

324
490
453
522

1,609
1,791
1,508
1,446

910
749
707
677

593
935
733
723

74
72
37

26
29

1959—Mar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

12..
10..
6 ..
31..

3,231
2,938
2,712
2,679

2,602
2,235
2,037
1,985

413
178
125
108

273
205
124
78

440
439
450
467

1,476
1,414
1,338
1,332

874
849
837
806

575
512
484
517

13
41

1960—M ar. 15..
June 15..
Oct. 3 ..
Dec. 31 ..

2,573
2,320
2,379
2,565

1,926
1,664
1,778
1,882

300
46
129
132

50
42
49
37

443
480
551
663

1,134
1,096
A ,048
1,050

723
683
695
849

405
380
320
168

1961— Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12..
30 ..
2 7 ..
30 ..

2,339
2,771
3,066
2,980

1,569
2,057
2,229
2,041

154
438
708
478

20
153
102
92

136
147
169
230

401
449
397
497

857
871
854
743

106
197
195
41

565
515
513
573

178
153
142
113

7
4
3
17

693
630
696
816

27
37
94
84

28
25
25
13

22
22
22
27

1962— Mar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

26 ..
30..
28 ..
28 ..

3,193
3,264
3,400
3,538

2,223
1,936
2,006
2,129

681
200
184
377

202
151
64
115

178
384
216
280

469
460
566
569

693
741
975
788

12
6
349
36

564
571
265
291

96
157
337
451

20

8

886
1,150
1,216
1,242

44
100
93
104

12
44
37
22

28
35
49
42

1963—Mar. 18..
J une 29 ..
Dec. 20, ,

3,604
3,537
3,395

2,275
2,071
1,705

572
426
347

60
71
42

177
155
156

603
627
443

863
791
716

21
33
11

261
281
285

518
472
366

62
4
53

1,167
1,226
1,361

101
170
269

19
27
17

42
42
43

1964—June 30.,
Dec. 31..

3,370
3,460

1,750
1,873

418
564

122
180

530
217

679
911

89
106

285
372

248
393

57
40

1,370
1,392

191
131

15
16

45
48

1965—June 30..
Dec. 31..

3,468
3,236

1,761
1,700

473
542

147
144

152
128

988
959

1
24

410
412

497
452

80
73

1,493
1,400

103
68

34

1966—June 30..
Dec. 31..

3,149
3,047

1,585
1,545

411
350

18
4

163
137

121
119

954
1,004

7
40

474
544

415
351

58
69

1,326
1,328

168
105

70
69

1967—June 30..
Dec. 30..

3,209
3,520

1,576
1,574

295
427

14

122
136

262
209

951
852

14
58

607
552

262
184

68
58

1,434
1,487

102
335

97
124

1968—June 29 ,.
Dec. 31 ..

3,600
3,988

1,762
1,863

413

124

384

899

138

520

193

1,564
1,810

145
179

128
136

1969—June 30..
Dec. 31..

3,748
3,594

1,616
1,564

109

10

416

813

196

580

9

28

1,867
1,837

141
104

125
88

1970—June 30..
Dec. 31 ..

3,661
4,531

1,540
2,105

154

109

549

522

56

446

10

10

1,861
2,054

162
272

98
100

20
20

21

7
7
7
7
3
29
29
27

6

22

160
160
177
184

14
14
14
15

17
18
14

450
456
468
476

223
228
222
203

15
15
15
15

497
489
443
440

187
171
158
131

16
16
16
16

10
8
8

465
460
396
408

123
116
120
137

17
17
17
17

6
6

451
495
487
491

133
141
131
122

17
18
18
18

490
564
544
562

120
120
112
113

18
19
19
20

537
564
526
607

90
73
55
54

20
20
20
21

11

10
10
10

6

31

6
6
6

2
1

69

77

BANKS




69
69
84
58

421
387
378
415

MEMBER

For notes see end o f Table 2.5 E.

14
16
16
17

E.

MEMBER

2.3 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS — CITY OF CHICAGO — Continued
D EPO SITS

[In millions o f dollars]
Demand

Total
de­
posits

[
1

,

f

Total
IPC

State
j Foreign j and
govt. ; local
‘ and
j govt,
'i other

!

i U.S.
l
, Govt.

j

Certi­
fied
and
officers’
checks,
etc.

1

29.
30.
2.
30.

2.741
3,090
3,274
3,330

2,277
2,602
2,781
2,835

1,182
1,565
1,632
1,676

|

!

|l
141 '
197 1
195 j
167

1940—Mar. 26.
June 29.
Dec. 31.

3,235
3,541
3,710

2,737
3,033
3,201

1,503
1.782
1,905

I

1941— Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4.
30.
24.
31.

3,658
3,970
4,044
4,057

3,158
3,468
3,554
3,581

1,685
2,109
2,112
2,152

*

1942—Apr. 4.
)£
June 30.
Dec. 31.

4,134
4,241
5,040

3,678
3,781
4,585

1.886
2,292
2,588

i

1943—June 30.
Oct. 18.
Dec. 31.

5,251
5,974
5,523

4,771
5,474
5,015

2,981
2,901
3,097

1944—Apr. 13.
June 30.
Dec. 30.

5,679
6,053
6,468

5,164
5,509
5,848

1945— Mar. 20.
June 30.
Dec. 31.

6,161
6,702
7,046

1946—June 29.
Sept. 30.
Dec. 31 .

»
Domestic
1 ComM utual | mersavings | cial

83
60
60
80

26
22
27
24

""""s.

m

80
79
90

18
17
27

1,004
949
997

181
213
228
233

108
95
95
127

26
33
29
34

1,158
1,010
1,089
1,027

203
226
178

296
201
665

31
24
38

1,262
1,028
1,105

1

202
187
174

506
1,241
713

36
28
44

1,032
1,104
972

3,088
3,040
3,100

r
J

155
218 ,
167

866
1,105
1,400

30
41
33

1,011
1,090
1,132

5,529
6,038
6,327

3,324
3,124
3,160

1
j
(

162
193 }
237 '

900
1,499
1,552

34
29
66

6,092
5,983
5,905

5,311
5,188
5,076

3,153
3,335
3,495

262 1
234 i
228

789
525
152

1947—June 30.
Oct. 6.
Dec. 31 .

5,908
6,097
6,402

5,037
5,218
5,489

3,417
3,548
3,853

304
323
28S

1948—Apr. 12.
June 30.
Dec. 31 .

5,826
6,039
6,293

4,908
5,088
5,292

3,489
3,539
3,702

1949—Apr. 11 .
June 30.
Nov. I .
Dec. 3t .

5,856
6,087
6,395
6,810

4,821
5,028
5,339
5,726

1950— Apr. 24.
June 30.
Oct. 4.
Dec. 30.

6,178
6,419
6,585
7,109

5,092
5,319
5,512
6,003

1939— M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.




Interbank

IPC

Interbank

I
I

,

1

|
j
Savings I

Foreign

i

j

I

|

U.S.
1 Govt.
and
| postal
savings

1 State
I Foreign | and
O ther | govt. | local
time I and 1 govt.
1 other

9

464
488
493
495

452
471
469
483

,
1

7
8

498
508
509

482
489
496

15

i

8

486
480
469
476

22

8

500
502
491
476

;

10
12

455
460
455

455
460
453

1

13
13
14

480
499
508

477
497
505

14
15
16

515
544
620

514
543
619

1,092
1,174
1,292

16
19
20

632
663
719

631
663
719

37
44
47

1,047
1,026
1,130

24
24
24

781
795
829

779
792
823

181
161
72

55
50
63

1,056
1,111
1,196

24
25
21

871
879
913

864
871
902

251
320
284

102
105
188

37
47
53

1,004
1,055
1,038

24
22
26

919
951
1,001

908
940
989

3,299
3,475
3,653
3,932

257 :
307
315 .
286

234
197
206
258

30
41
39
60

954
962
1,090
1,151

48
46
37
40

1,035
1,059
1,056
1,084

3,626
3,716
3,823
4,250

250

178
211
167
174

39
53
52
70

956
977
1,098
1,177

42
37
44
48

1,086
1,099
1,073
1,106

1

;

J
j
1

199 ,
174 '

325
328
284

j

746
867
879

j

.
1

10
12

!

:

;

12

17
21

10
11

10

17

2
2
2

)
i

1 i
i j

i
■

4 i
6 I
7
9 l

2
2
2

10 i
11
11 !

1
1
1

1,022
1,044
1,041
1,069

11 '
12
10
10

2
3
4
4

1,072
1,086
1,060
1,089

10
9
9
10

4
4
J
J

i
,
’

Domestic

M utual
savings

Com - j Foreign
1
mer- I
i
cial I
1

BANKS

IPC

6,656
6,921
6,950
7,402

5,560
5,795
5,833
6,259

3,669
3,905
3,975
4,404

273
316
258
240

520
484
302
242

50
51
48
66

1,006
1,216
1,269

37
34
33
38

1,097
1,126
1.117
1,143

1,082
1,112
1,103
1,128

11
10
10
11

3
3
4
5

1952—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

3 1 .....................
3 0 .....................
5 .....................
3 1 .....................

6,183
7,027
7.019
7,686

5,064
5,857
5,866
6,476

2,779
4,037
4,039
4,491

252
287
285
242

455
306
260
343

89
52
53
56

1,454
1,136
1,188
1,308

35
39
42
37

1,119
1,170
1,152
1,210

1,099
1,150
1,134
1,190

11
11
u

4
4
4
4

3
3
3
3

2
3
1
2

1953

2 0 .....................
3 0 .....................
30 .....................
3 1 .....................

6,962
7,119
7,338
7,724

5.781
5,905
6,126
6,473

4,064
4,123
4,125
4,500

299
320
301
272

187
201
368
259

63
53
61
64

1.133
1,175
1,233
1,339

34
33
37
39

1,181
1,214
1,212
1,251

1.162
1,194
' 1,191
1,229

8
10
10
10

3
3
3
3

3
4
4
4

4
4
4
6

1954—Apr. 15.....................
June 30 .....................
Oct. 7 .....................
Dec. 3 1 .....................

7,149
7,419
7,463
7,845

5,901
6,134
6,180
6,531

4,170
4,032
4,074
4,622

248
297
265
274

218
410
465
251

58
74
58
80

1,172
1,287
1,276
1,264

35
34
41
40

1,248
1,285
1,282
1,313

1,218
1,253
1,245
1,280

10
10
10
10

3
4
4
6

4
3
1

14
15
23
18

1955—Apr. 11.....................
June 3 0 .....................
Oct. 5 .....................
Dec. 3 1 .....................

7,293
7,431
7,251
8,010

5,983
6,112
5,941
6,672

4,236
4,238
4,167
4,781

227
288
240
299

296
343
200
222

62
79
66
85

1.124
1.125
1,229
1,246

37
39
38
40

1,310
1,319
1,311
1,337

1,275
1,287
1,278
1,313

10
10
10
8

6
6
6
6

19
16
16
10

1956—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

10.....................
3 0 .....................
2 6 .....................
3 1 .....................

7,213
7,631
7,302
7,943

5,923
6,316
6,006
6,617

4,144
4,283
4,119
4,690

255
399
303
294

217
350
312
184

71
98
66
85

1,200

1,149
1,169
1,318

37
36
37
46

1,290
1,314
1,296
1,327

1,268
1,288
1,271
1,302

8
9
11
12

4
6
5
5

9
10
9
7

1957—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

14.....................
6 .....................
11.....................
31.....................

7,330
7,284
7,3t5
7,792

6,011
5,956
5,990
6,432

4,397
4,152
4,164
4,493

316
459
350
333

88
97
183
195

72
80
67
77

1,100

38
35
39
40

1,319
1,328
1,325
1,360

1,296
1,298
1,297
1,332

12
10
10
10

4
4
3
3

1

6
15
14
14

1958— M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4 .....................
2 3 .....................
2 4 .....................
3 1 .....................

7,377
8,022
7,628
8,214

5,986
6,580
6,191
6,742

4,161
4,095
4,166
4,746

357
456
408
302

192
705
247
249

73
75
68
88

1,167

36
38
39
43

1,391
1,442
1,437
1,472

1,339
1,389
1,383
1,423

10
10
10
7

3
4

1
3
3
3

38
36
35
31

1959—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

12.....................
10.....................
6 .....................
3 1 .....................

7,619
7,375
7,513
8,062

6,186
5,937
6,058
6,572

4,569
4,345
4,179
4,636

279
235
350
329

99
120
251
272

75
77
85
105

1,120

1,119
1,152
1,187

44
41
41
43

1,433
1,438
1,455
1,491

1,384
1,387
1,408
1,449

11
12
11
12

7
8
8
8

3
1

29
31
28
22

I960— Mar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15.....................
15.....................
3 .....................
3 1 .....................

7,496
7,692
7,792
8,197

6,056
6,237
6,265
6,606

4,364
4,301
4,026
4,499

253
283
366
298

223
335
530
327

83
85
104
102

1,091
1,193
1,200
1,327

43
40
39
53

1,440
1,455
1,527
1,591

1,400
1,401
1,458
1,521

9
8
7
7

8
4
4
2

1
1
5
6

23
42
54
55

1961—A pr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12.....................
3 0 .....................
2 7 .....................
3 0 .....................

7,828
8,037
8,153
9,283

6,016
6,107
6,213
7,261

4,373
4,114
4,103
4,817

9
11
15
13

211
364
330
315

87
380
476
369

85
113
79
124

2
1
2

1,214
1,091
1,173
1,576

37
33
37
45

1,812
1,930
1,940
2,022

1,389
1,435
1,437
1,491

327
400
403
405

78
75
80
99

8
8
8
8

2
2
3
5

2
5
4
4

6
5
5
9

1962—Mar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

2 6 .....................
3 0 .....................
2 8 .....................
2 8 .....................

8,136
8,810
9,224
9,993

5,827
6,193
6,397
6,951

4,009
4,071
4,245
4,789

14
11
10
16

222
330
325
351

369
546
477
410

85
109
104
109

2

1,089
1,082
1,193
1.234

39
44
42
41

2,309
2,617
2,828
3,043

1,641
1,833
2,045
2,115

525
628
621
747

115
120
122
140

8
10
15
16

5
7
7
7

5
5
5
5

10
13
13
12

1963—M ar. 18.....................
June 2 9 .....................
Dec. 2 0 .....................

9,593
10,141
10,296

6,363
6,626
6,493

4,449
4,350
4,482

9
5
18

288
373
275

265
584
395

118
112
112

2
2

1,189
1,153
1,167

44
47
43

3,231
3,515
3,804

2,212
2,320
2,430

791
881
958

157
161
207

49
130
185

7
6
6

9
11
13

5
5
4

1964—June 3 0 .....................
Dec. 3 1 .....................

10,630
11,807

6,514
7,206

4,307
4,911

11
18

311
312

587
396

114
122

2
2

1,134
1,387

47
59

4,116
4,600

2,558
2,720

1,090
1,395

239
245

199
213

5
5

17
13

8
9

1965—June 3 0 .....................
Dec. 3 1 .....................

11,699
12,475

6,922
7,437

4,527
5,188

15
14

276
328

699
345

109
126

2

1.235
1,376

60
59

4,777
5,037

2,881
3,006

1,420
1,516

262
263

181
210

5
4

10
19

17
20

1966— June 3 0 .....................
Dec. 3 1 .....................

12,385
12,673

7,158
7,751

4,763
5,561

18
14

336
286

680
310

131
146

1,170
1,361

59
71

5,227
4,923

2,777
2,634

1,815
1,639

261
267

329
356

2
1

28
15

12
10

Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.




1,010

1.133
1,186
1,293
1,211

1,263
1,314

2

1
1

7

3

BANKS

9 .....................
3 0 .....................
10.....................
3 1 .....................

MEMBER

1951—Apr.June
Oct.
Dec.

MEMBER
BANKS

2.3 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—CITY OF CHICAGO—Continued
E.

D E P O S IT S —Continued
[In millions of dollars]

Demand

Time
Interbank

IPC
Call date

Total
de­
posits

Total
IPC

VO
00

Foreign
govt.
and
other

State
and
local
govt.

U.S.
Govt.

Certi­
fied
Domestic
and
officers’
checks,
C om ­
etc.
M utual
mer­
cial
savings

IPC

Interbank

U.S.
Total
Savings

Foreign

Other
time

Foreign
govt.
and
other

State
and
local
govt.

G ovt.
and
postal
savings

Domestic

M utual
savings

Com ­
m er­
cial

Foreign

1967—June 30....................
Dec. 30....................

12,814
13,985

7,107
7,951

5,050
5,738

11
13

307
283

299
267

169
217

2
2

1,207
1,356

62
77

5,707
6,034

2,548
2,508

2,325
2,524

343
377

470
602

1
2

12
9

9
12

1968—June 29....................
Dec. 31....................

12,701
14,526

7,081
8,334

5,284
6,077

16
13

277
245

93
257

192
207

1
1

1,159
1,445

61
89

5,619
6,192

2,401
2,170

2,377
3,083

311
292

509
624

7
2

10
11

10
11

1969—June 30....................
Dec. 31....................

13,035
13,264

7,834
8,622

5,627
6,260

17
13

321
• 268

274
175

228
229

1,297
1,580

69
96

5,201
4,642

2,004
1,862

2,484
2,096

295
451

391
216

1
1

10
11

15
2

1970—June 30....................
Dec. 31....................

13,266
15,042

8,131
8,875

5,582
6,199

15
14

326
240

347
282

178
210

1
1
1
1

1,606
1,852

75
77

5,136
6,166

1,820
1,875

2,251
3,303

657
371

390
568

1

13
46

3
3

F o r notes see end of Table 2.5 E.




2

2.4 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS — OTHER
A.

TOTAL ASSETS AND NUM BER O F BANKS
[Assets in millions o f dollars]

Loans and investments

Call date

Balances with—

Investments

Total
assets
Total

Loans
Total

U.S.
O ther
Govt.
securities securities

Reserve
with
F. R.
Banks

Currency
and
coin

Cash
items

Domes­
tic
banks

Foreign
banks

Bank
prem ­
ises,
etc.

Other
estate

Cus­
tomers’
liability
' on
accept­
ances

O ther
assets

Num ber
of
banks

11,624
11,756
11,880
12,272

4,936
5,004
5,127
5,329

6,688
6,751
6,752
6,944

5,005
4,991
4,999
5,194

1,683
1,760
1,754
1,749

2,459
2,735
3,053
3,118

342
318
323
348

2,106
2,210
2,485
2,485

12
12
11
7

584
755
745
828

328
324
324
321

216
213
206
198

24
23
20
28

84
81
87
83

347
346
345
346

1940—Mar. 26...............
June 29...............
Dec. 31...............

19,770
20,230
21,873

12,153
12,160
13,013

5,305
5,365
5,931

6,848
6,795
7,081

5,069
4,947
5,204

1,779
1,848
1,877

3,336
3,759
4,027

364
334
396

2,632
2,679
2,741

6
3
3

671
700
1,110

319
320
322

188
181
165

24
21
20

76
72
77

345
344
348

1941—Apr. 4 ...............
June 30...............
Sept. 24...............
Dec. 31...............

22,195
22,908
23,817
24,430

13,494
14,013
14,588
15,347

6,165
6,498
6,861
7,105

7,328
7,515
7,727
8,243

5,440
5,700
5,914
6,467

1,888
1,815
1,813
1,776

4,107
4,125
4,359
4,060

361
385
425
425

2,859
2,793
2,885
2,590

3
3

792
1,011
987
1,439

321
320
321
325

160
154
147
134

21
23
21
24

78
80
82
82

346
348
350
351

1942—Apr. 4 ...............
June 30...............
Dec. 31...............

24,375
25,177
30,868

15,605
16,535
20,915

6,989
6,564
6,102

8,616
9,971
14,813

6,832
8,188
13,038

1,784
1,783
1,775

4,221
4,254
4,940

348
357
365

2,703
2,279
2,202

3
3
3

931
1,205
1,916

326
324
319

131
126
115

24
22
14

84
72
80

352
353
354

1943—June 30...............
Oct. 18...............
Dec. 31...............

33,999
38,242
37,359

24,677
28,826
27,521

5,533
6,539
6,201

19,144
22,287
21,321

17,417
20,616
19,682

1,727
1,671
1,639

4,848
4,800
5,116

395
393
391

1,892
1,930
1,758

4
4
4

1,658
1,753
2,058

310
308
297

100
93
85

19
17
13

96
118
115

352
354
357

1944-—Apr. 13...............
June 30...............
Dec. 30...............

38,140
40,687
44,332

28,676
30,943
33,603

5,997
6,761
6,822

22.680
24,182
26,781

21,009
22,484
25,042

1,67!
1,698
1,739

4,998
5,109
5,687

442
399
441

1,784
1,922
2,004

4
5
4

1,723
1,810
2,101

295
288
278

79
75
66

18
18
22

121
118
124

357
355
356

1945—Mar. 20...............
June 30...............
Dec. 31...............

43,862
47,180
51,898

33,452
36,572
40,108

6,346
7,155
8,514

27,106
29,417
31,594

25,304
27,523
29,552

1,802
1,894
2,042

5,836
5,882
6,326

470
396
494

1,874
2,029
2,174

5
7

1,752
1,814
2,283

277
273
272

64
58
55

16
13
23

114
135
155

359
360
359

1946—June 29...............
Sept. 30...............
Dec. 31...............

48,873
48,021
47,523

37,675
36,706
35,351

8,862
9,814
10,825

28,813
26,892
24,527

26,585
24,614
22,250

2,228
2,278
2,276

6,332
6,278
6,337

399
471
532

1,858
1,777
1,923

12
25
25

2,083
2,250
2,836

274
279
279

55
54
54

31
29
43

154
152
141

355
356
355

1947—June 30...............
Oct. 6 ...............
Dec. 31...............

46,368
47,947
49,659

34,611
35,792
36,040

11,441
12,495
13,449

23,170
23,297
22,591

20,845
20,884
20,196

2,325
2,413
2,396

6,274
6,764
7,095

470
494
562

1,864
1,835
2,125

10
8
7

2,623
2,507
3,276

285
290
300

54
56
51

26
40
50

151
161
152

353
353
353

1948—Apr. 12...............
June 30...............
Dec. 31...............

47,023
47,373
49,255

34,969
35,065
35,332

13,352
13,373
14,285

21,617
21,692
21,047

19,234
19,222
18,594

2,382
2,470
2,453

6,403
6,462
7,701

511
521
483

1,791
1,852
1,845

6
8
9

2,779
2,886
3,279

301
306
320

51
52
50

51
60
66

159
161
170

344
335
335

1949—Apr. 11..............
June 30...............
Nov. 1...............
Dec. 31...............

47,292
47,240
49,845
51,098

34,741
35,034
38,110
38,301

13,740
13,261
14,053
14,370

21,001
21,772
24,057
23,931

18,445
19,076
21,076
20,951

2,556
2,696
2,981
2,980

7,220
6,781
6,130
6,413

521
500
498
482

1,678
1,744
1,726
1,965

7
6
12
12

2,529
2,588
2,732
3,296

325
328
336
338

52
58
59
59

54
40
44
60

165
162
198
171

336
336
344
341

1950—Apr. 24...............
June 30...............
Oct. 4 ...............
Dec. 30...............

49,720
50,987
52,005
55,369

38,287
38,697
39,433
40,685

14,493
14,868
16,574
17,906

23,794
23,829
22,859
22,779

20,612
20,510
19,268
19,084

3,182
3,319
3,591
3,695

5,988
6,206
6,331
6,806

520
428
538
519

1,686
1,747
1,858
2,206

12
15
37
40

2,597
3,242
3,140
4,428

343
343
350
355

61
72
74
76

43
53
84
71

182
183
160
184

338
336
337
336




BANKS

17,779
18,426
19,133
19,687

MEMBER

1939—Mar. 29...............
June 30...............
Oct. 2 ...............
Dec. 30...............

MEMBER

2.4 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—OTHER—Continued
A. TO TA L ASSETS AND NUMBER O F BANKS —Continued
[Assets in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments

Balances with—

Total
assets

Total

T
Loans
Total

U .S.
O ther
Govt.
securities securities

Reserve
with
F . R.
Banks

Currency
and
coin

Domes­
tic
banks

Foreign
banks

Cash
items

Bank
prem­
ises,
etc.

Other
real
estate

Cus­
tomers*
liability
on
accept­
ances

O ther
assets

N um ber
of
banks

1951--Apr. 9 ..............
June 30..............
Oct. 10..............
Dec. 31..............

53,004
53,870
55,453
58,654

39,594
39,991
41,098
42,694

18,537
18,558
18,962
19,651

21,057
21,432
22,136
23,043

17,328
17,659
18,361
19,194

3,729
3,774
3,775
3,849

7,339
7,438
7,544
7,582

530
446
600
639

1,786
1,808
2,107
2,356

35
32
21
16

3,013
3,451
3,389
4,606

356
362
368
373

80
81
87
88

95
72
74
105

177
189
165
195

325
324
320
321

1952--M ar. 31..............
June 30..............
Sept. 5 ..............
Dec. 31..............

56,758
57,799
58,518
61,941

42,242
43,091
43,900
45,583

19,555
19,745
20,401
21,697

22,687
23,346
23,499
23,886

18,692
19,123
19,169
19,624

3,995
4,223
4,329
4,262

7,664
7,312
8,046
7,788

553
551
507
651

2,078
2,083
1,737
2,419

17
16
16
15

3,415
3,964
3,503
4,671

383
393
396
406

87
86
86
86

118
87
84
110

203
217
243
213

320
319
319
319

1953--Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

20..............
30..............
30..............
31..............

59,670
59,587
60,944
63,547

44,666
44,352
45,906
46,755

22,094
22,150
22,493
22,763

22,572
22,201
23,413
23,993

18,144
17,756
18,959
19,559

4,429
4,446
4,453
4,434

7,743
7,420
7,499
8,084

583
609
626
568

1,918
2,150
2,071
2,463

19
19
20
22

3,926
4,250
3,980
4,788

416
421
432
441

86
87
87
86

98
77
99
114

214
203
224
225

321
321
319
319

1954— Apr. 15..............
June 30..............
Oct. 7 ..............
Dec. 31..............

61,350
62,624
64,426
67,165

46,124
47,056
49,676
50,738

22,515
22,453
22,531
23,986

23,609
24,603
27,145
26,752

19,044
19,813
22,042
21,718

4,565
4,791
5,103
5,034

7,753
7,553
7,724
7,783

571
611
598
558

2,006
2,352
2,048
2,327

19
22
30
31

3,995
4,118
3,422
4,724

453
458
466
502

73
74
75
77

102
100
105
181

253
279
282
244

309
310
303
300

1955-=-Apr. 11..............
June 30..............
Oct. 5 ..............
Dec. 31..............

66,396
66,293
67,017
70,478

50,758
50,596
51,323
52,459

24,530
25,654
27,042
28,622

26,228
24,942
24,281
23,837

20,899
19,697
19,093
18,826

5,329
5,245
5,188
5,011

7,639
7,359
7,607
7,727

655
634
626
638

2,079
2,232
2,022
2,515

30
37
29
35

4,207
4,435
4,391
6,078

518
526
540
567

80
86
89
91

144
109
111
98

285
280
280
270

297
297
294
292

1956—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

10..............
30..............
26..............
31..............

68,149
68,524
69,300
72,854

52,142
52,071
52,875
53,915

29,358
30,122
30,951
31,783

22,784
21,949
21,924
22,132

17,769
17,051
17,048
17,368

5,015
4,898
4,876
4,764

7,659
7,471
7,745
7,649

666
542
718
787

2,088
2,201
2,094
2,656

29
26
23
23

4,482
5,120
4,689
6,601

588
612
632
641

87
89
93
96

128
120
155
203

282
271
276
283

290
291
290
289

1957--M ar. 14..............
June 6 ..............
Oct. 11..............
Dec. 31..............

69,452
68,965
71,166
74,196

52,869
53,137
54,198
55,259

31,307
31,435
32,364
32,805

21,561
21,702
21,834
22,454

16,828
16,797
16,893
17,352

4,733
4,905
4,941
5,102

7,624
7,701
7,997
7,763

697
653
580
790

2,033
1,825
1,862
2,585

24
28
25
26

4,946
4,326
5,147
6,377

654
665
689
698

96
104
109
123

204
207
242
275

306
320
316
303

285
282
281
278

Mflr.
June 23..............
Sept. 24..............
Dec. 31..............

71,805
76,155
75,976
79,781

55,226
59,273
59,327
60,558

32,054
32,851
32,830
34,003

23,172
26,422
26,497
26,555

17,942
20,436
20,455
20,645

5,229
5,986
6,041
5,910

7,523
7,576
7,540
7,472

628
707
744
768

2,046
2,277
2,077
2,670

24
26
35
37

4,876
4,858
4,852
6,753

714
738
747
762

127
135
139
142

310
237
195
231

330
329
321
387

278
280
277
274

12..............
10..............
6 ..............
31..............

77,338
77,952
78,255
81,443

59,788
60,812
60,624
61,621

34,379
36,315
37,890
38,686

25,408
24,497
22,734
22,935

19,485
18,663
16,954
17,292

5,923
5,834
5,780
5,643

7,722
7,350
7,635
7,532

722
750
702
681

2,087
2,110
2,064
2,381

31
35
33
43

5,532
5,365
5,661
7,574

785
800
832
840

141
146
143
149

185
182
186
219

344
402
375
403

273
273
270
265

i960--M ar. 15..............
June
Oct. 3 ..............
Dec. 31..............

77,527
78,780
79,363
83,464

58,853
59,750
61,144
62,953

38,589
39,534
39,820
40,002

20,264
20,216
21,325
22,950

14,886
14,921
15,993
17,396

5,378
5,295
5,331
5,554

7,342
7,482
7,148
7,354

710
740
684
753

2,276
2,229
2,130
2,610

36
41
47
42

6,676
6,886
6,421
7.910

850
872
900
921

158
168
169
172

259
234
269
298

368
378
450
452

226
224
218
217

1961—
^Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

81,719
82,141
84,480
90,815

63,203
63,670
66,473
68,565

40,027
39,747
41,021
42,379

23,176
23,923
25,452
26,186

17,462
18,053
19,291
19,748

5,713
5,870
6,161
6,438

6,986
7,104
6,987
7,533 :
:

851
654
921
858

2,074
2,071
2,059
2,542

47
54
58

6,686
6,647
6,017
9,204

965
982
996
1,018

185
189
193
194

290
300
301
321 i

431
470
476
501

206
205
205
206

1958

1959= -Mar.
June
Oct.
Dec.




12..............
30..............
27..............
30..............

79

BANKS

Investments
Call date

26..............
30..............
28..............
28..............

86,963
89,885
89,387
94,914

68,373
70,145
69,903
73,130

42,588
43,824
44,432
46,567

25,785
26,321
25,471
26,563

18,779
18,627
17,769
18,398

7,006
7,694
7,702
8,165

7,445
7,406
7,435
7,671

897
764
771
1,021

2,137
2,111
2,081
2,253

69
57
52
73

6,017
7,264
6,971
8,520

1,036
1,070
1,081
1,099

202
192
188
190

302
323
305
373

486
554
599
584

206
206
193
191

1963—M ar. 18..............
June 29 ..............
Dec. 20 ..............

92,622
95,433
99,643

72,594
74,614
78,370

46,710
48,164
51,891

25,884
26,451
26,478

17,382
17,326
16,686

8,502
9,124
9,792

7,130
7,183
7,587

935
815
935

2,301
2,234
2,105

90
114
141

7,388
8,180
8,010

1,136
1,173
1,259

188
193
201

336
317
456

525
610
580

190
194
190

1964— June 30..............
Dec. 31..............

102,245
109,053

80,466
84,670

54,604
57,555

25,862
27,115

15,488
16,326

10,375
10,789

7,106
7,680

1,072
1,065

2,296
2,433

129
107

8,540
10,322

1,496
1,537

443
472

696
768

183
182

1965—June 30..............
Dec. 31..............

110,063
116,350

87,225
91,997

61,079
65,117

26,146
26,880

14,030
14,354

12,116
12,526

7,274
7,700

1,149
1,139

2,202
2,341

95
84

9,145
9,883

1,582
1,630

513
578

879
998

179
171

1966—June 30..............
Dec. 31..............

118,490
124,233

94,169
96,201

68,117
69,834

26,051
26,367

12,182
13,040

13,869
13,326

8,102
8,353

1,238
1,326

2,196
2,517

82
103

9,146
11,929

1,687
1,769

660
716

1,209
1,319

170
169

1967—June 30..............
Dec. 30..............

125,891
136,988

99,850
106,086

70,155
73,933

29,695
32,154

12,455
14,667

17,240
17,487

8.084
8,618

1,131
1,452

2,165
2,805

89
105

10,754
13,888

1.845
1,857

80

688
678

1,287
1,420

166
163

1968—June 29..............
Dec. 31..............

136,950
152,289

108,001
119,339

76,560
83,966

31,441
35,373

13,083
15,036

18,358
20,337

8,806
8,847

1,233
1,800

2,117
2,986

81
100

12,290
14,403

1.952
2,069

99
110

733
710

1,638
1,925

163
161

1969—June 30..............
Dec. 31..............

153,120
157,816

120,082
121,628

88,875
91,200

31,207
30,428

11,635
11,944

19,572
18,484

7,945
9,044

1,499
1,787

2,776
3,456

119
158

14,926
15,509

2,425
2,625

114
114

892
968

2,341
2,527

159
157

1 9 7 0 -June 30..............
Dec. 31..............

155,111
171,876

121,435
133,861

90,374
96,301

31,061
37,560

11,372
14,700

19,689
22,860

8,784
9,710

1,728
1,748

2,810
3,731

191
152

13,592
15,922

2,759
2,977

125
120

1,061
964

2,625
2,691

156
157

1962—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

F o r notes see end o f Table 2.5 E.

2.4 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—OTHER—Continued
B. TO TA L LIABILITIES
[In millions o f dollars]

Call date

Total
liabil­
ities
and
capital

Deposits

Total

Inter­
bank

U.S.
Govt.
and
postal
savings

Capital accounts

Other
demand

Other
time

Stocks
Total

2,985
3,104
3,495
3,686

442
434
424
449

7,910
8,408
8,762
9,004

4,519
4,553
4,517
4,602

1940—M ar. 26 ..
June 29 ..
Dec. 31 ..

19,770
20,230
21,873

17,810
18,231
19,844

3,696
3,676
4,076

443
439
346

9,071
9,475
10,691

1941—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4 ..
30..
24 ..
31..

22,195
22,908
23,817
24,430

20,143
20,813
21,712
22,313

4,180
4,162
4,486
4,460

291
360
402
511

1942—Apr. 4 ..
June 30 ..
Dec. 31 ..

24,375
25,177
30,868

22,240
23,046
28,700

4,379
4,191
4,957

1943—June 30..
Oct. 18..
Dec. 31..

33,999
38,242
37,359

31,782
35,974
35,070

4,870
4,947
4,874

Pre­
ferred

Sur­
plus

U ndi­
vided
profits

Reserves
for
contin­
gencies,
etc.

Ad­
justed

N et

26
26
24
32

99
89
91
85

1,795
1,812
1,821
1,828

655
656
657
658

141
139
135
137

653
658
661
671

225
233
238
238

122
126
130
125

7,326
7,654
8,017
8,176

8,570
8,904
9,397
9,756

4,600
4,641
4,731

28
26
24

99
100
101

1,833
1,873
1,904

657
658
660

126
136
127

678
698
721

246
246
251

125
136
145

8,400
8,774
9,581

9,845
10,133
11,173

10,929
11,490
12,048
12,557

4,742
4,800
4,777
4,786

26
29
24
28

110
125
133
121

1,917
1,940
1,948
1,967

662
665
668
678

124
123
113
111

726
738
747
764

258
263
266
260

148
152
154
154

10,137
10,480
11,060
11,117

11,659
12,117
12,974
13,406

651
441
2,004

12,620
13,720
16,765

4,590
4,694
4,974

29
26
16

120
120
123

1,981
1,985
2,028

682
683
683

108
101
100

769
781
804

263
265
279

159
11,689
155
12,515
163 • 14,849

13,937
14,796
19,548

2,414
6,274
3,430

19,061
19,005
20,713

5,437
5,748
6,053

22
19
16

124
131
138

2,071
2,112
2,135

685
686
693

96
94
92

821
833
889

297
325
283

172
175
177

20,435
20,336
21,843

2

6
2
6

17,403
17,251
18,654

BANKS

15,856
16,499
17,197
17,741

D emand deposits

MEMBER

17,779
18,426
19,133
19,687




O ther
liabil­
ities

Com ­
m on

29 ..
30,.
2 ..
30..

1939—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

Accept­
ances
o u t­
stand­
ing

Bor­
row­
ings

MEMBER

2.4 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—OTHER—Continued
B.

TOTAL LIABILITIES—Continued
[In millions of dollars]
1

Call date

Deposits

Total

Inter­
bank

D emand deposits

Capital accounts

U.S.
Govt.
and
postal
savings

Other
demand

O ther
time

1944— Apr. 13..
June 30 ..
Dec. 30. .

38,140
40,687
44,332

35,785
38,295
41,804

4,633
4,858
5,524

4,029
6,498
6,197

20,719
20,215
22,368

6,404
6,724
7,715

1945—Mar. 2 0 ..
June 30. .
Dec. 31. .

43,862
47,180
51,898

41,197
44,515
49,085

5,205
5,631
6,448

4,298
7,694
8,259

23,488
22,496
24,655

8,207
8,694
9,723

1946—June 2 9 ..
Sept. 30. .
Dec. 31 ..

48,873
48,021
47,523

45,893
44,952
44,477

5,376
5,242
5,570

4,574
3,012
1,034

25,566
26,099
27,057

1947--June 30..
Oct. 6 ..
Dec. 31..

46,368
47,947
49,659

43,252
44,734
46,467

4,903
5,524
5,649

353
835
450

1948--A pr. 12..
June 30..
Dec. 31..

47,023
47,373
49,255

43,721
44,149
45,943

4,680
4,909
5,400

1949--A pr.
June
Nov.
Dec.

11..
30..
1 ..
31..

47,292
47,240
49,845
51,098

43,884
43,852
46,218
47,559

1950--A pr. 24 ..
June 30..
Oct. 4 ..
Dec. 30. .

49,720
50,987
52,005
55,369

1951--A pr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

9 ..
30. .
10..
31. .

Accept­
ances
out­
stand­
ing

Bor­
row­
ings

Sto •cks
Total

Com ­
mon

Sur­
plus

Pre­
ferred

U ndi­
vided
profits

Reserves
for
contin­
gencies,
etc.

A d­
justed

N et

.................

22
21
26

144
162
175

2,186
2,207
2,327

699
705
725

89
86
79

901
932
1,023

313
315
319

183
169
180

18,996
18,405
20,267

21,913
21,419
23,859

70
3
2

21
16
26

179
195
218

2,395
2,450
2,566

738
788
815

74
71
68

1,044
1,063
1,132

354
336
350

185
192
201

21,735
20,682
22,372

25,139
24,361
26,727

10,377
10,600
10,816

27
30
4

38
35
49

239
272
265

2,676
2,731
2,729

849
905
908

48
45
43

1,180
1,130
1,175

401
448
400

198
202
203

23,483
23,849
24,221

27,062
27,383
27,940

26,789
27,087
28,990

11,207
11,288
11,378

11
35
1

30
45
59

279
286
288

2,796
2,847
2,844

921
924
927

32
30
30

1,201
1,208
1,228

440
479
461

202
205
198

24,166
24,580
25,714

27,510
29,053
29,637

834
770
848

26,961
27,202
28,351

11,247
11,268
11,344

60
3
8

58
69
73

316
283
303

2,869
2,870
2,928

929
928
935

28
27
22

1,230
1,233
1,261

482
499
’ 530

199
183
179

24,182
24,316
25,072

27,863
28,101
29,425

4,675
4,665
5,285
5,713

1,064
764
1,244
1,202

26,682
26,859
28,142
29,040

11,463
11,565
11,548
11,604

47
1
73

60
46
50
70

321
336
395
381

2,980
3,005
3,108
3,087

965
965
978
980

22
22
22
18

1,271
1,281
1,299
1,352

541
557
625
564

181
180
185
173

24,153
24,271
25,410
25,744

28,164
27,868
30,120
30,610

46,039
47,187
47,967
51,437

4,948
5,069
5,486
6,448

1,180
1,474
1,034
1,036

28,235
28,897
29,910
32,366

11 676
11,746
11,536
11,587

65
14
102

48
59
94
82

437
458
524
527

3,131
3,268
3,318
3,322

989
1,026
1,030
1,036

16
15
15
15

1,374
1,459
1,467
1,557

577
598
629
579

175
170
177
135

25,637
25,655
26,770
27,938

29,999
30,360
31,332
33,114

53,004
53,870
55,453
58,654

48,953
49,874
51,197
54,466

5,264
5,264
6,289
6,976

2,488
2,340
1,547
1,209

29,729
30,518
31,397
34,094

11,472
11,751
11,964
12,187

93
8
125
4

111
82
80
115

505
475
572
548

3,342
3,431
3,479
3,521

1,047
1,075
1,085
1,093

14
14
14
11

1,558
1,595
1,615
1,675

595
623
639
623

129
123
127
120

26,716
27,067
28,008
29,489

32,554
32,719
33,588
35,160

1952--M a r 31..
June 3 0 ..
Sept 5. .
Dec. 3 1 ..

56,758
57,799
58,518
61,941

52,290
53,425
53,299
57,357

5,678
5,908
6,176
7,001

158
25
750

125
90
88
117

596
597
695
715

3,590
3,663
3,685
3,745

1,119
1,135
1,137
1,154

638
658
660
638

119
118
120
118

28,651
28,703
29,239
30,609

34,244
34,538
35,090
36,912

59,670
59,587
60,944
63,547

54,391
54,861
55,713
58,663

106
85
105
122

804
750
855
778

3,806
3,874
3,917
3,984

1,172
1,186
1,191
1,211

1,842
1.890
1,905
1,970

669
677
700
690

116
115
114
105

29,906
29,444
29,578
30,986

34,978
34,609
35,683
37,129

1954- -A pr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15..
3 0 ..
7 ..
3 1 ..

61,350
62,624
64,426
67,165

56,161
57,665
59,024
61,796

6,280
6,636 i
7,071 !
7,444

1,448
2,113
2,556
1,568

33,930
14,503
34,058 i 14,859 i
34,234
15,162
37,418 1 15,365

779
718
864
881

4,067
4,124
4,226
4,300

1,234
1,244
1,263
1,287

2,006
2,021
2,075 i
2,164 l

712
738
768
740

109
114
114
103

29,935
29,940
30,812
32,694 i

35,386
36,041
38,065
39,046

1955--A pr. 11. .
June 3 0 ..
Oct. 5 ..
Dec. 31. .

66,396
66,293
67,017
70,478

60,600
60,854
60,878
64,733

6,813
6,545 ;
6,903 :
7,446

1,891
1,961
1,431
1,394

36,278 i 15,619
36,459
15,889
15,909
36,635
39,835
16,058

3
398
50
524
82

109
105
108
185

10
13
12
7
7
7
7
7
7
6
6
6

1,704
1,740
1,755
1,828

20..
30 ..
30..
31..

|
5,874 I
6,066
6,233
7,254 <

12,386
12,664
12,784
13,156

1953- -Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

2,160
32,066
2,188
32,666
32,742
1,597
35,281 ■
■•920
33,832
1.325
‘ -461 1 33,694
2,166 i 33,558 1
1,602
35,773 \

147
111
115
105

850
786
922
918

4,400
4,492
4,579
4,641

1,342
1,371 ,
1,382 !
1,409

6
6
6
6

747
765
813
777

101
99
101
90

32,071
32,024
32,243
33,757

38,317
37,918
38,157
39,750

19 56—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

68,149
68,524
69,300
72,854

61,556
62,392
62,481
66,524

6,872
6,633
6,766
7,878

1,440
2,030
1,987
1,315

37,124
37,324
37,260
40,647

669
179
589
2!

138
126
164
211

964
925
1,065
1,022

4,823
4,902
5,001
5,076

1,466
1,477
1,490 :
1,522

6
6
6
6

2,204
2,251 1
2,278 1
2,360
’
2,502
2,530 !
2,577
2,650

93
94
94
82

32,641
32,203
32,570
34,046

38,535
38,282
38,824
40,190




10..
30 ..
2 6 ..
31..

4

O ther
liabil­
ities

1
8
563
13,360
13,640 i
17
354
13,755 |
14,033 .................

16,120
16,406
16,468
16,683

234
11
204

,
l
:
.
|
:
,
;
!
i

756
795
834
816 I

BANKS

Total
liabiU
ities
and
capital

1957—M ar. 14..
June 6 ..
Oct. 11..
Dec. 31 ..

69,452
68,965
71,166
74,196

62,493
61,796
63,793
67,483

6,422
6,228
6,684
7,542

819
1,171
1,416
1,471

38,119
36,874
37,619
39,960

17,133
17,522
18,074
18,510

592
681
743
21

212
213
252
281

1,054
1,093
1,094
1,042

5,101
5,182
5,285
5,370

1,548
1,550
1,573
1,605

6
6
6
6

2,651
2,668
2,667
2,752

816
875
958
924

80
83
81
83

33,173
32,549
32,473
33,583

37,988
37,703
38,295
39,611

1958—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4 ..
23 ..
24 ..
31..

71,805
76,155
75,976
79,781

64,450
68,672
67,918
72,647

6,879
6,813
7,177
7,884

1,363
3,242
1,613
1,553

37,127
38,003
38,243
42,259

19,081
20,615
20,885
20,951

423
350
947
14

316
243
200
237

1,184
1,274
1,236
1,124

5,433
5,617
5,675
5,760

1,612
1,643
1,664
1,675

7
7
7
7

2,760
2,802
2,862
2,997

963
1,065
1,040
977

91
100
102
103

32,251
33,145
33,392
35,505

37,953
40,436
39,624
41,792

1959—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

12..
10..
6 ..
31..

77,338
77,952
78,255
81,443

69,373
69,382
69,921
73,675

6,825
6,811
7,124
7,753

875
980
1,804
1,793

40,390
39,990
39,548
42,668

21,283
21,601
21,445
21,460

654
1,141
876
238

192
187
191
226

1,287
1,312
1,215
1,197

5,833
5,930
6,052
6,106

1,741
1,757
1,803
1,821

7
7
7
7

3,043
3,065
3,105
3,138

946
1,000
1,048
1,054

96
101
89
87

34,858
34,625
33,887
35,095

40,054
39,840
40,365
41,878

1960—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15..
15..
3 ..
31..

77,527
78,780
79,363
83,464

68,861
69,887
70,351
75,067

6,716
6,870
7,122
8,315

1,565
2,399
2,594
2,045

40,060
39,759
38,941
42,267

20,520
20,859
21,695
22,440

1,045
870
697
73

263
239
272
304

1,290
1,603
1,699
1,597

6,069
6,181
6,343
6,423

1,828
1,845
1,866
1,879

6
6
6
6

3,118
3,137
3,201
3,331

1,036
1,117
1,196
1,131

80
76
75
77

33,385
32,873
32,519
34,357

39,079
39,605
39,729
41,717

1961—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12..
30..
27 ..
30 ..

81,719
82,141
84,480
90,815

72,699
73,557
74,956
81,883

7,151
6,397
6,850
8,412

777
2,342
3,011
2,213

40,718
39,721
39,409
44,986

24,053
25,098
25,687
26,271

642
131
844
81

292
304
306
328

1,493
1,465
1,599
1,526

6,592
6,684
6,775
6,997

1,953
1,967
1,977
2,024

7
7
7

3,406
3,439
3,468
3,732

1,143
1,186
1,232
1,143

83
87
92
92

34,393
33,432
33,745
36,187

39,752
39,613
41,056
43,718

1962—Mar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

26 ..
30 ..
28 ..
2 8 ..

86,963
89,885
89,387
94,914

77,276
80,631
79,687
84,248

6,765
6,697
6,969
7,559

2,546
3,780
3,096
2,420

39,769
40,601
39,855
43,609

28,196
29,554
29,767
30,660

752
240
638
1,388

305
328
309
376

1,559
1,484
1,585
1,639

7,070
7,201
7,168
7,263

2,073
2,086
2,046
2,050

7
7
7
7

3,788
3,830
3,799
3,894

1,109
1,184
1,225
1,219

93
95
92
93

34,137
33,710
33,232
35,481

40,783
41,556
40,754
42,740

1963—M ar. 18..
June 29 ..
Dec. 20 ..

92,622
95,433
99,643

82,100
85,555
87,994

7,155
6,922
7,320

1,945
3,862
2,283

40,922
41,291
43,459

32,078
33,479
34,932

1,038
407
1,416

341
323
460

1,849
1,708
2,076

7,294
7,440
7,697

2,076
2,093
2,124

7
7
82

3,937
3,989
4,105

1,180
1,256
1,285

95
95
101

33,917
33,502
35,859

40,263
41,573
42,905

1964—June 30 ..
Dec. 31 ..

102,245
109,053

91.145
97.145

7,012
8,423

3,840
2,272

42,387
46,883

37,906
39,568

572
841

453
476

1,965
2,103

8,110
8,488

2,248
2,256

269
477

4,179
4,268

1,328
1,400

87
’ 86

34,281
37,047

42,390
44,838

1965—June 30 ..
Dec. 31 ..

110,063
116,350

97,418
103,034

7,342
8,628

4,400
1,844

42,971
47,092

42,706
45,470

1,271
1,548

518
584

2,083
2,178

8,774
9,007

2,327
2,375

586
641

4,294
4,375

1,461
1,505

105
111

34,279
37,703

43,241
45,260

1966—June 30..
Dec. 31 ..

118,490
124,233

104,323
109,173

7,367
8,826

4,032
1,690

44,519
49,004

48,405
49,653

1,756
1,952

672
720

2,441
2,915

9,297
9,472

2,404
2,437

692
672

4,410
4,456

1,624
1,738

169
169

35,856
37,572

44,509
44,877

1967—June 30..
Dec. 30..

125,891
136,988

110,614
120,847

8,037
9,684

1,958
1,795

46,396
53,289

54,223
56,080

2,109
2,555

696
682

2,717
2,871

9,755
10,033

2,507
2,522

729
750

4,583
4,807

1,761
1,739

175
215

36,147
39,957

43,208
47,886

1968—June 29 ..
Dec. 31..

136,950
152,289

118,470
132,638

8,430
10,488

1,517
2,052

50,394
57,449

58,129
62,648

3,720
4,239

743
714

3,666
4,015

10,351
10,684

2,600
2,661

788
851

4,911
5,114

1,851
1,858

201
199

38,667
43,674

45,571
52,199

1969—June 30..
Dec. 31..

153,120
157,816

125,451
126,536

9,187
10,905

2,333
1,660

54,079
58,923

59,852
55,048

7,311
9,881

902
979

8,290
8,956

11,166
11,464

2,794
2,833

902
855

5,184
5,268

2,082
2,294

203
213

39,781
44,169

47,564
52,255

1970—June 30..
Dec. 31..

155,111
171,876

123,895
140,661

9,803
11,909

3,182
2,769

53,317
59,328

57,593
66,655

9,779
10,391

1,073
970

8,495
7,633

11,868
12,221

2,918
2,976

890
910

5,246
5,520

2,591
2,574

223
240

40,393
44,093

49,641
54,225

F o r notes see end o f Table 2.5 E.

MEMBER
BANKS




C.

MEMBER

2.4 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS — OTHER — Continued
LOANS

[In millions o f dollars]
I
J

Call date

Total
loans

mer­
cia!

i

Oct. 2 .................
Dec. 30.................

4,936
5,004
5,127
5,329

|
2,033 !
2.022 I

Dec. 31.................

2,290
2,589
3,081

175

Dec. 31.................

6,165
6,498
6,861
7,105

3,456

300

6,989
6,564
6,102

3,318
2,957

152
162 I
i
1
2,652
88 j
..............L
3,058
158 ■

!
1 To
; others
J

1
115
115 1
119 1

.
176
263

June 30.................

To
brokers
and
dealers

221

5,305
5,365
5,931

1940—Mar. 26.................

.

i
87 1
115 1

78 1
97 j

2,787
3,034

159 !
234 ,j

118
115

409
311 ,
■

6,346
7,155
8,514

2,883
3,661

i 7i 1
65 ,
1
32 ,
I
i
17 i
I
,
3 !
1
7 ;

1947—June 30.................
Dec. 31.................
1948—Apr. 12.................
Dec. 31.................
1949—Apr. 11.................
Nov. 1.................
Dec. 31.................

3,932

11,441
12,495
13,449

5,726




7,088

222

9

........
........

93
96

793
811

363
377

........... j

i ,335

94

862

157

1,020

370

i 527

80

1,087

361

i,524
1 486

i
i

267

80
66

1,102
1,117

j
...............: : : : : : : :

. . ..........1 ..................

" '3 4 2 '
303

808

109

126

93

90

77

277

670

1.110

256

658

903
777

13
13
14

1 1 385
1 379

60
47

1,085
1,096

239
236

650
660

133
139

37 i 1 1 147
427 j 1,503

9
17

j ..............
1 378
\ 1 459

51
52

1,098
1,145

229
261

757
855

165

321 i
f
264 i
|

1,142

12

i

1,743

59

1,350

334

1,073

130 j

183

704

is

j 2 237

67

1,738

432

1,436

181 |

150

136

194

185 j

540

16

[ 2 713

74

2,156

483

1,675

272 |

179

218

170 ,

484

15

3 147

74

2,547

526

1,969

342 1

233

17
14

13,740
13,261
14,053
14,370

6,227

111

268

150

321

10

1,508

1................................

1,124

428
360

1,457

.............. | .................................| ................

54

126
130

1,168
1,224
1,307

64

258
276

1,066
1,116

j

1,465

3
161 ,

for
bad
debts

..........

1,420

j

6,823
7,282

16,574
17,906

87

O ther

Singlepay­
ment

.............. i .................................

375
381

1
| i 477

6

■
07
217 j

!
..............

.............. I
905
965

R epair
and
mod­
erni­
zation

1
R etail
O ther
auto | retail

379

i
..............
92
. ' 1 372
. 1 1 436
91

3 .............
4

121

O ther

Total

1 249
1 284

177
153

117

farm
land

On
resi­
dential
prop­
erty

j
[

4

13,352
13,373
14,285

14,493
14,868
Oct. 4 .................
Dec. 30 .................

5,548

O ther | Total

9

5,997
6,761
6,822

8,862
9,814
10,825

17
12

[ ........
198
|
194
114 j

128

Re-

Instalm ent

i

228
221

ioo

1944—Apr. 13.................

1946- June 29.................

Banks

6
15

5,533
6,539
6,201

1945— Mar. 20.................

i
:

.

210
207

1943—June 30.................
Oct. 18.................
Dec. 31.................

Dec. 30.................

..

Real estate
O ther

228
214

2,256

j

1

G uar­
anteed f Other
by
ccc
1939— Mar. 29.................

O ther loans to individuals

i
l

T o financial
institutions

63 |

74

72

57 !

480

1,312
308

440

270

455

288

61 '

68

if,

75
79

447
439

337
299

.............../
71
87

85
112

92
110

508
546

306
387

145

625

441

181

787

418

172

230

822

389

238

260

897

351

..............
282
298

.
889
878

352
398

66 |

172

125
153

.

3,333
3,503

80
80

2,707
2,834

547
589

2,158
2,315

438
520

274
314

275
306

3 559

;

82

2,875

602

2,408

601

315

330

303

860

375

167

948

420

203

1,024
J ,097
1,133

436
490
587

249

6,704

207

250

183

309

12 ...........

3,742

83

3,030

630

2,745

718

385

391

304

6,596
7,688
8,646

90
49
59

277
304
334

201
168
207

324
371
386

!2
31
16

4,029
4,239
4,423

84
85
86

3.337
3,513
3,652

608
640
685

889
1,011
1,012

461
542
550

421

3,453
3.498

468

323
345
335

___

...
..........

457

215
219

BANKS

Fo r purchasing
o r carrying
securities

To farmers

1951—Apr. 9 .................
June 30.................
Oct. 10.................
Dec. 31.................

18,537
18,558
18,962
19,651

9,336
9,254
9,578
10,140

1952—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

31.................
30.................
5 .................
31.................

19,555
19,745
20,401
21,697

1953—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

20.................
30.................
30.................
31.................

22,094
22,150
22,493
22,763

1954—Apr. 15.................
June 30.................
Oct. 7 .................
Dec. 31.................

22,515
22,453
22,531
23,986

1955—Apr. 11.................
June 30.................
Oct. 5 .................
Dec. 31.................

24,530
25,654
27,042
28,622

10,752

1956— Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

10.................
30.................
26.................
31.................

1957— M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

23
5
16
14

356
420
457
499

195
164
153
203

55
37
35
20

4,453
4,558
4,611
4,651

333
354
414
422

119
26
119
28

4,679
4,799
4,923
5,099

93

3,673
3,757
3,793
3,820

692
707
718
738

3,431
3,456
3,474
3,518

980
985
1,004
977

500
486
441
457

456
465
484
500

342
345
356
372

1,153
1,176
1,189 ,
1,212

575
559
554
552

250
256
260
294

95
98
98
99

3,836
3,952
4,058
4,199

748
749
768
802

3,522
3,805
3,957
4,347

962
1,093
1,143
1,300

451
472
507
599

498
549
581
637

396
419
429
460

1,216
1,273
1,297
1,352

546
532
551
567

301
303
305
329

4,264
4,336
4,426
4,509

816
831
830
846

4,638
4,849
4,922
4,942

1,450
1,558
1,635
1,616

659
684
678
681

648
680
702
719

484
496
496
487

1,397
1,431
1,410
1,439

601
596
556
572

333
344
345
350

887
910
955
1,009

4,759
4,797
4,825
4,912

1,546
1,549
1,538
1,542

612
601
579
578

694
693
702
691

472
478
498
498

1,435
1,476
1,508
1,602

573
598
627
670

357
369
374
389

1,660
1,855
2,076
2,162

564
598
607
619

661
672
702
721

537
572
572
560

1,708
1,802
1,877
1,854

702
789
779
1,017

398
407
412
453

2.210

88

94
100

10,021

10

9,756
10,842

2
16
23

476
516
525
478

10,768
10,609
10,718
10,568

14
5
37
401

445
464
441
374

440
424
409
456

129
49
194
40

5,181
5,270
5,358
5,453

101

229
203
308

10,145

S88
556
87
591

346
398
410
366

287
326
346
407

449
468
523
622

187
31
99
50

5,540
5,639
5,860
6,134

100

103

4,552
4,630
4,804
5,023

12,040
13,212

401
252
73
110

388
449
470
457

379
444
508
542

602
651
658
696

234
164
365
163

6,339
6,603
6,727
6,962

115
126
132
142

5,168
5,343
5,433
5,610

1,055
1,133
1,162
1,210

5,130
5,500
5,834
5,916

29,358
30,122
30,951
31,783

13,615
13,978
14,267
15,170

70
31
35
46

440
490
501
443

539
502
455
501

689
676
683
712

391
201

7,121
7,357
7,573
7,654

138
138
138
133

5,743
5,930
6,089
6,115

1,240
1,289
1,346
1,406

5,998
6,306
6,377
6,512

2,275
2,303
2,295

614
697
726
772

708
747
775
811

592
598
603
610

1,874
1,988
1,970
2,023

963
1,044
1,013
1,088

469
483
487
544

31,307
31,435
32,364
32,805

14,798
14,919
15,378
15,702

34
7
8
12

429
488
494
482

443
496
610
603

679
672
659
673

474
295
346
236

7,569
7,481
7,533
7,667

130
128
130
129

6,039
5,963
5,955
6,018

1,400
1,390
1,449
1,520

6,446
6,630
6,801
6,893

2,301
2,376
2,445
2,470

757
763
793
808

790
798
834
838

619
633
657
680

1,980
2,060
2,072
2,097

995
1,005

h—
‘
© 1958— M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

14.................
6 .................
11.................
31.................

558
559
565
596

4 .................
23.................
24 .................
31.................

32,054
32,851
32,830
34,003

14,639
14,789
15,069
15,808

15
19
41
47

489
592
636
622

705
881
435
518

712
904
811
851

748
603
577
191

7,645
7,841
8,080
8,405

127
132
138
140

5,986
6,094
6,288
6,503

1,531
1,615
1,653
1,761

6,627
6,741
6,708
6,930

2,390
2,344
2,325
2,332

733
715
657
703

807
823
847
865

670
723
743
765

2,025
2,136
2,135
2,265

1,079
1,103
1,109
1,301

603
622
636

1959— Mar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

12.................
10.................
6 .................
31 .................

34,379
36,315
37,890
38,686

15,637
14,285
14,768
15,252

20

7
3
5

649
746
782
760

438
404
428
580

846
860
782
776

480
714
753
235

2 j635
2,944
3,369

8,698
8,986
9,212
9,251

147
150
155
151

6,758
6,969
7,117
7,097

1,793
1,867
1,940
2,003

6,985
7,513
7,946
8,211

2,375
2,558
2,738
2,770

703
717
766
831

854
896
970
999

797
891
994
1,030

2,256
2,450
2,478
2,583

1,307
848
967
980

680
683
694
733

1960—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15.................
15.................
3 .................
31.................

38,589
39,534
39,820
40,002

15,355
15,778
15,864
16,223

2
1
48
127

723
803
812
760

462
511
597
719

724
713
738
739

885
924
935
351

3,088
3,184
3,083
3,216

9,054
9,036
9,042
9,005

148
156
152
152

6,936
6,860
6,812
6,733

1,970

8,057
8,430
8,570
8,721

2,759
2,904
2,958
2,941

815
826
837
840

961
997
1,043
1,044

1,029
1,076
1,118
1,139

2,493
2,627
2,614
2,757

969
892
864
909

731
739
734
769

1961—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12.................
30.................
27.................
30.................

40,027
39,747
41,021
42,379

15,910
15,862
16,190
16,879

153
87
50
218

793
876
884
858

553
610
682
976

712
749
704
784

930
344
1,140
470

2,650
2,751
2,893
3,261

9,106
9,256
9,406
9,590

158
162
165
172

6,780
6,883
6,988
7,113

2,168

9,030
8,954
8,934
9,172

2,846
2,890
2,959

1,199
1,033
919
881

996

2,253
2,304

1,010
1,022
1,020

1,170
1,179
1,189
1,181

2,820
2,843
2,919
3,131

959
1,028
909
998

768
771
771
827

1962— Mar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

26.................
30.................
28.................
2 8 .................

42,588
43,824
44,432
46,567

16,690
17,077
17,092
17,660

242
215
61
248

873
969
967
931

912

1,179
556
797

9,748
10,272
10,674
11,030

7,122
7,479
7,774
8,003

2,440
2,582
2,682
2,798

9,177
9,682
9,650
9,860

3,003
3,222
3,270
3,367

839
831
809
849

988
1,006
1,015

1,020

2,872
3,148
3,205
3,583

185

926
1,053

749
727
705
752

1,020

1,186
1,263
1,292
1,333

3,162
3,360
3,264
3,291

980
1,129
1,177
1,266

835
838
824
836

938
1,045
1,068

1,159
1,090
1,243

767
786
891

1,128
751
1,224

3,409
3,886
4,286

11,252
11,683
12,525

235
261
278

8,159
8,430
8,888

2,858
2,992
3,359

9,894
10,464
11,106

3,427
3.686
3,939

853
883
926

997
1,034
1,086

1,346
1,426
1,508

3,271
3,435
3,646

1,284
1,380
1,462

917
926
927

10,000

10,010

10,128
10,624
11,210

149
258

363
362
345
347

202

218
211

888

220

535

103
102

97
98
101

212

2,078
2,120
2,211

2,886

1,134

668

46,710
48,164
51,891

17,555
17,805
18,862

241
199
151

1964—June 30................
Dec. 31................

54,604
57,555

19,624

47
58

1,126
1,037

1,155
1,060

970
986

953
1,134

4,706
4,887

13,207
13,611

321
294

9,338
9,480

3,548
3,838

12,063
12,802

4,302
4,568

1,077
-1,159

1,074
1,103

1,572
1,640

4,037
4,332

1,753
1,977

1,000

21,102

1965—June 30................
Dec. 31................

61,079
65,117

22,817
24,784

63
52

1,151
1,154

978
954

1,034
1,108

1,241
'1,106

5,076
5,820

14,213
15,056

296
304

9,743
10,310

4,174
4,442

13,636
14,305

4,925
5,143

1,218
1,327

1,083
1,129

1,781
1,899

4,629
4,807

1,981
1,999

1,111
1,222

1966—June 30................
Dec. 31................

68,117
69,834

26,903 '
28,090 j

899
1,084

1,123
1,079

*1,100
11,502

5,911
5,748

15,629
16,044

294
306

10,602
10,777

4,733
4,961

14,672
14,375

5,294
5,189

1,347
1,441

1.123
1,155

1,953
1,982

4,955
4,608

1,857
1,968

1,232
1,307




(2)
(2)

i
!

1,255
1,25. |

1,099

BANKS

1963— M ar. 18................
June 29............
Dec. 20................

MEMBER

218
229

2,020

1,102

C.

MEMBER

2.4 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—OTHER—Continued
LOANS—Continued

[In millions o f dollars]

Call date

Total
loans

Com­
m er­
cial
G uar­
anteed
by
CCC

To
brokers
and
dealers

Other

O ther loans to individuals
T o financial
institutions

Real estate
Instalm ent

Banks

Other

Total

1,064 '
1,143

539
578

5,323
5,446

Other

299
287

16,098
16,969

To
others

On
resi­
dential'
p rop­
erty
10,848
11,522

4,952
5,160

On
farm
land

Total

O ther

R e­
serve
for
bad
debts

Retail
auto

O ther
retail

Repair
and
m od­
erni­
zation

O ther

Singlepay­
ment

14,548
15,047

5,152
5,074

1,523
1,804

1,124
1,142

1,981
2,035

4,768
4,993

i2 ,9 6 6
i 3,367

1,327
1,419

1967—June 30 ..
Dec. 30 ..

70,155
73,933

28,887
30,609

(a)
<2)

1,360
1,311

695
881

1968—June 2 9 ..
Dec. 3 1 ..

76,560
83,966

31,720
34,632

(a)
(*)

1,414
1,362

758
1,116

1,206
1,254

513
588

5,196
6,005

17,861
18,939

310
286

11,959
12,695

5,593
5,958

15,625
16,916

5,298
5,525

1,965
2,286

1 ,1 0 0

1,159

2,232
2,440

5,029
5,506

i 3,726
'4 ,7 1 6

1,459
1,564

19©—June 3 0 ..
Dec. 3 1 ..

88,873
91,200

37,120
37,701

(?)
(2)

1,512
1,386

760
878

1,360
1,300

885
876

5,816
6,006

19,417
19,706

297
274

13,164
13,509

5,955
5,923

17,354
1 7,5©

5,713
5,616

2,475
2,950

1,183
1,171

2,544
2,543

5,438
5,289

i 4,652
i 5,778

1,611
1,841

1970—June 3 0 ..
Dec. 31..

90,374
96,301

37,502
38,627

(2)
(*)

1,478
1,428

588
910

1,152
1,322

689
798

5,981
7,015

19,536
19,848

265
251

t 3 , 302
13,444

5,970
6,154

17,156
17,322

5,287
5,153

3,166
3,572

1,135
1,140

2,545
2,715

5,023
4,743

»6,292
»9,031

1,840
1,856

F o r notes see end o f Table 2.5 E.

2.4 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—OTHER—Continued
D.

INVESTM ENTS

[In millions of dollars]
U.S. G ovt, securities 1

•

D irect

Call date

Total
invest­
ments

Notes, m aturing—

,|

Total

C er­
tifi­
cates

Bills

Bonds
M arketable, m aturing—

W ithin I A fter
1 year | 1 year

Total

1

1939 —M ar. 29

6.751
6.752
6,944

4,181
4,102
4,089
4,222

6,848
6,795
7,081

4,107
3,978
4,155

4 ..
30 ..
2 4 ..
31 ..

7,328
7,515
7,727
8,243

4,393
4,538
4,668
5,294

1942—Apr. 4 ..
 June 30 ..
Dec.
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8,616
9,971
14,813

5,781
7,383
12,227

6,6 88

Oct. 2 ..
Dec. 3 0 ..
1940—M ar. 2 6 ..
Dec. 31 ..

100

I

...............

78 I
......................
“

1

I

Within
1 year
3,105
3,010

233
273

819

3,339

267

87 '
103 (

839
771

3,052
3,281

239
470

.................|
73 i

606

3,859

314

751

4,248

j

Over 20
years

1,049
1,224

1,230
1,091 |

593
422

ii a i i

1,403 |
!
|

357

1,417
1,712

217
178

j

5-10

I

1-5

977
1,014

1

.........

.........I ..................
1,179 :
!

1941—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

295

359

;

922

;

981
1,723

5,i49
6,810

418
823

!

Federal j
agency t Other

C orpo­
rate
stock
(includ­
ing
F. R.
Bank
stock)

S
I

.................
.................
.
. .

823
889
909
972

823
895
897
890

704
710
701
705

156
156
156
155

963
9©
1,049

928
981
984

700
715
740

152
153

1,034
979
975
956

705
694
680

149
148
144
140

941
925
954

707
722
691

137
136
130

1<1
%

i
!

i

i

2 ,1 2 0 j

203

2,234

377

1,047
1,162
1,246
1,173

2,544 '
2,349 j
,

391
378

1,051
806
811

1,278

\

674
2,253

G u a r­
anteed

,2 2 2 !

i

■

|
579 ■
1,441 |

10-20

Nonm arket­
able

Secu­
rities
of
States,
etc.

Other bonds,
notes, and
debentures

I

I
i
!
|

i ,789 1
3,252 '
:

688

BANKS

F or purchasing,
or carrying
securities

To farm ers

1943—June 3 0 ..
Oct. 1 8 ..
Dec. 31..

19,144
22,287
21,321

16,560
20,616
18,933

2,626

3,529

1,828

8,576

1,680

3,630

2,829

429

10

857

1,802

4,691

2,497

9,943

1,993

5,522

1,930

485

12

1944— Apr. 13..
June 30 ..
Dec. 30..

22,680
24,182
26,781

21,009
22,082
24,601

1,914
1,704

5,586
5,730

3,893
5,181

io,689
11,987

1,764
2,000

6,400
7,471

1,982
1,947

515
539

1945—M ar. 2 0 ..
June 30 ..
Dec. 31 ..

27,106
29,417
31,594

25,304
27,513
29,547

1,320
• 1,034

6,598
6,982

5,689
5,653

i 3,906
15,878

2,308
2,744

8,997
10,380

1,814
2,173

1946—June 2 9 ..
Sept. 30..
Dec. 31 ..

28,813
26,892
24,527

26,578
24,614
22,246

410

6,038

4,014

16,116

3,192

10,332

1,910

16,013

3,887

9,274

1947—June 30..
Oct. 6 ..
Dec. 31..

23,170
23,297
22,591

20,842
20,884
20,193

373

1948—Apr. 12..
June 30..
Dec. 31 ..

21,617
21,692
21,047

19,234
19,220
18,593

1949—Apr. 11..
June 30..
Nov. 1 ..
Dec. 31 ..

21,001
21,772
24,057
23,931

18,445
19.076
21.076
20,951

1950—Apr. 2 4 ..
June 30..
Oct. 4 ..
Dec. 30..

23,794
23,829
22,859
22,779

20,612
20,510
19,267
19,083

1951—Apr. 9 ..
June 30..
Oct. 10..
Dec. 31..

21,057
21,432
22,136
23,043

1952—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

31..
30..
5 ..
31..

1953—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

662
613
608

123
120
118

27
30

402
440

933
963
1,000

621
620
627

116
116
113

743
533

45
47

10
5

1,034
1,100
1,126

655
680
809

114
114
108

632

49

7

48

4

1,194
1,269
1,272

928
918
916

106
90
88

1,993

628

334

3,038

1,503

15,967

4,364

8,636

2,240

680

47

3

2,358

1,901

15,560

5,445

6,968

2,330

604

213

3

1,364
1,390
1.342

872
933
964

90
90
90

783
1,056

3,244
3,201

1,501
1,090

13,692
13,247

3,820
5,870

6,919
4,464

2,211
2,185

539
489

203
240

3
1

1.343
1,446
1,421

950
935
942

89
89
90

875

3,367

603

14,230

8,008

2,795

2,507

688

232

1,189

4,180

2,124

13,457

8,483

2,317

1,616

783

258

1,471
1,559
1,742
1,727

995
1,046
1,144
1,159

91
91
95
95

1,179
1,211
1,218

i ,954
699
499

4,005
5,053
5,536

13,372
12,303
11,830

8,711
7,586
7,223

2,595
2,658
2,531

942
948
966

857
863
855

267
249
254

i
l

1,918
1,988
2,119
2,184

1,167
1,231
1,367
1,410

96
99
105
101

17,328
17,657
18,354
19,186

920
1,177
1,680
2,524

1,069
2,017
2,493

5,169
4,665
3,806
3,640

11,238
10,746
10,851
10,528

6,783
6,611
6,684
6,416

2,484
2,166
2,166
2,145

964
978
993
981

758
744
732
737

250
247
276
250

l
l
7
8

2,281
2,318
2,384
2,458

1,347
1,353
1,288
1,286

102
103
103
104

22,687
23,346
23,499
23,886

18,682
19,107
19,157
19,610

2,023
2,080
1,503
2,387

2,550
2,520
2,171
1,774

3,594
3,656
3,679
3,854

10,515
10,851
11,805
11,594

6,274
6,270
6,286
6,030

2,326
2,510
3,436
3,551

978
1,099
1,110
1,742

685
715
707

252
257
265
272

10
16
12
14

2,670
2,832
2,925
2,934

1,218
1,284
1,296
1,213

106
108
108
115

2 0 ..
3 0 ..
3 0 ..
31..

22,572
22,201
23,413
23,993

18,123
17,733
18,935
19,534

1,273
1,344
1,167
1,230

1,475
1,453
3,494
3,357

3,688
3,542
4,335
4,201

11,687
11,393
9,939
10,746

6,060
6,680
5,145
5,644

3,576
2,930
3,058
3,391

1,781
1,479
1,443
1,430

36
27
27

270
268
266
254

21
23
24
25

3,188
3,184
3,220
3,196

1,124
1,142
1,112
1,115

116
120
121
123

1954—Apr. 15..
June 30..
Oct. 7 ..
Dec. 31..

23,609
24,603
27,145
26,752

19,018
19,786
22,036
21,711

1,312
1,241
1,381
1,326

1,842
1,590
1,474
1,695

3,148
4,183
5,122
4,954

12,716
12,773
14,060
13,736

4,360
4,258
5,374
3,830

6,490
6,683
6,790
7,998

1,582
1,553
1,618
1,618

26
22
15
20

257
257
264
271

26
26
6
7

3,410
3,585
3,875
3,782

1,031
1,081
1,097
1,121

124
125
131
131

1955—Apr. 11..
June 30..
Oct. 5 ..
Dec. 31..

26,228
24,942
24,281
23,837

20,896
19,694
19,088
18,821

894
503
574
813

1,303
481
361
657

5,558
5,773
5,437
4,708

13,142
12,937
12,717
12,643

3,314
3,113
2,928
3,812

7,783
7,799
7,865
7,146

1,652
1,657
1,580
1,333

120
87
72
81

273
281
271
270

3
3
5
5

3,983
3,916
3,907
3,778

1,214
1,189
1,140
1,089

133
140
141
144

1956—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

10..
30..
2 6 ..
31 ..

22,784
21,949
21,924
22,132

17,765
17,047
17,045
17,364

417
374
407
1,185

478
279
603
441

4,505
4,086
3,898
3,742

12,364
12,308
12,136
11,995

3,682
3,679
4,107
6,735

7,047
6,902
6,205
3,455

1,330
1,430
1,535
1,517

70
67
62
68

235
230
227
219

4
4
4
4

3,829
3,823
3,843
3,820

1,032
920
876
784

154
155
158
160

1957—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

14..
6 ..
11..
3 1 ..

21,561
21,702
21,834
22,454

16,824
16,794
16,891
17,350

868
758
752
1,009

548
1,179
1,322
1,285

3,502
3,038
3,039
3,297

11,907
11,819
11,778
11,760

6,778
6,737
7,570
7,729

3,338
3,329
2,822
2,581

1,520
1,545
1,241
1,317

69
63
35
30

203
146
110
103

4
3
2
2

3,770
3,888
3,980
4,027

802
858
794
893

161
159
167
182

1958—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4 ..
2 3 ..
24 ..
31 ..

23,172
26,422
26,49726,555

17,941
20,435
20,453
20,642

950
874
656
1,293

775
1,009
2,391
2,370

3,426
4,410
4,517
4,497

12,790
14,142
12,889
12,482

7,754
7,299
7,604
7,335

3,492
5,195
3,706
3,855

1,332
1,365
1,299
1,048

109
167
133
132

103
117
147
111

1
2
2
3

4,104
4,767
4,902
4,864

942
1,032
951
855

183
186
188
191

BANKS

3,799

MEMBER

441




2,176

749

942
938
913

D.

MEMBER

2.4 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—OTHER—Continued
INVESTMENTS—Continued
[In millions of dollars]
U.S. Govt, securities 1

Call date

Notes, maturing—

Total
invest­
ments
Total

Certificates

Bills

Bonds
M arke table, matu ring—

Within
1 year

After
I year

Total
Within
1 year

1-5

5-10

Over 20
years

10-20

N on­
m arket­
able

G uar­
anteed

Secu­
rities
of
States,
etc.

O ther bonds,
notes, and
debentures

Federal
agency

C orpo­
rate
stock
(includ­
ing
F. R.
Bank
stock)

Other

1959—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

12..
10..
6 ..
31..

25,408
24,497
22,734
22,935

19,482
18,661
16,935
17,257

790
870
823
1,484

2,137
1,512
689
645

4,333
4,230
4.070
4, 09

12,222
12,049
11,353
11,019

8,176
7,974
7,311
7,064

2,752
2,742
3,039
3,232

1,038
1,110
787
550

142
112
101
90

113
110
115
83

2
2
19
35

4,909
4,885
4,923
4,830

821
753
658
610

194
196
199
202

1960—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15..
15..
3 ..
31 ..

20,264
20,216
21,325
22,950

14,835
14,853
15,904
17,304

599
464
1,203
2,031

204
365
670
794

3,808
4,006
4,683
5,461

10,224
10,018
9,349
9,018

7,705
7,582
6,727
6,672

1,936
1,864
2,011
1,752

439
429
448
437

83
85
106
100

61
59
57
57

51
68
89
92

4,700
4,623
4,663
4,817

476
467
457
522

202
205
211
215

1961—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12..
30..
27 ..
30..

23,176
23,923
25,452
26,186

17,365
17,954
19,193
19,649

1,747
1,784
2,916
3,020

566
1,175
803
741

1,264
1,538
2,106
2,703

4,821
4,754
5,008
5,902

8,967
8,704
8,359
7,283

1,570
2,216
1,816
724

4,393
3,782
4,126
4,566

2,489
2,204
1,916
1,486

448
438
438
448

66
65
64
59

97
99
98
99

5,052
5,174
5,432
5,710

256
284
322
364

184
188
180
128

221
224
226
236

1962—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

26..
30..
28..
28..

25,785
26,321
25,471
26,563

18,681
18,531
17,678
18,316

2,038
1,611
1,305
2,343

1,333
1,267
1,291
1,403

3,248
3,942
1,898
1,563

4,624
4,245
5,377
5,694

7,438
7,467
7,807
7,314

689
273
1,479
729

4,331
4,603
3,153
3,158

1,920
2,111
2,967
3,244

440
419
153
132

57
61
55
51

97
96
91
82

6,278
6,867
6,894
7,252

357
437
417
515

128
143
144
149

242
246
247
249

1963—M ar. 18. .
June 2 9 ..
Dec. 20..

25,884
26,451
26,478

17,327
17,280
16,642

1,751
1,685
2,152

1,236
1,191
545

1,065
1,200
1,553

6,228
6,082
5,046

7,048
7,122
7,346

415
418
302

2,402
2,507
3,672

3,924
3,925
3,090

258
224
237

49
48
45

55
46
44

7,630
8,163
8,810

483
558
562

134
141
143

254
263
276

1964—June 30. .
Dec. 31..

25,862
27,115

15,444
16,266

2,206
3,200

1,789
1,933

4,777
3,729

6,671
7,403

645
614

2,925
3,492

2,850
3,105

210
164

41
28

44
60

9,449
9,871

377
492

257
125

291
301

1965—June 30..
Dec. 3 1 ..

26,146
26,880

13,977
14,354

1,819
2,972

2,156
1,852

2,005
1,429

7,997
8,413

167
561

3,899
4,004

3,566
3,522

338
315

26
10

53
19

11,108
11,504

542
581

159
441

306

1966—June 3 0 ..
Dec. 3 1 ..

26,051
26,367

12,182
13,040

1,453
2,384

267
168

1,108
1,335

1,412
1,338

8,308
8,207

370
509

4,237
4,522

3,481
2,951

215
219

5
6

36
15

12,361
12,033

1,084
847

424
447

1967—June 3 0 ..
Dec. 30 ..

29,695
32,154

12,455
14,667

1,474
3,140

65

1,190
1,307

1,728
2,251

8,254
8,165

227
771

4,990
5,242

2,779
1,864

252
281

6
7

106
145

15,240
15,376

1,360
1,362

640
748

1968—June 29 ..
Dec. 31 ..

31,441
35,373

13,083
15,036

966

1,725

2,604

8,016

1,336

4,442

1,916

317

5

89

16,177
18,111

1,386
1,303

794
923

1969—June 30 ..
Dec. 31 ..

31,207
30,428

11,635
11,944

487

232

348

5

39

17,621
16,625

1,240
1,176

711
683

7

.................
23

17,733
19,771

1 s256
2,210

700
X79

1970—June 30..
Dec. 31 ..

31,061
37,560

11,372
14,700

F o r notes see end o f Table 2.5 E.




600

1,029

1,357

................
i

,

3,278
3,509

7,155
5,225

1.762
404
.................

.................
4,808
4,475
.. . .

59

280

................. .................

BANKS

Direct

2.4 RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS — OTHER — Continued
E.

D EPO SITS

[In millions o f dollars]
Time

D em and
Interbank

IPC
Call date

Total
de­
posits

Total
IPC

State
and
local
govt.

U.S.
G ovt.

Interbank

IPC

Total
Foreign

Savings

O ther
time

Foreign
govt.
and
other

C om ­
m er­
cial

M utual
savings

214
219
226

12
18
19

115
105
106

4,540
4,590
4,591
4,542

202
211
186
243

19
19
19
20

111

55
63

4,699
4,796
5,059

4,366
4,454
4,805

224
239
169

18
18
22

90
82
62

4,749
4,843
4,770

71
59
63

5,518
5,845
6,151

5,265
5,605
5,902

172
]44
151

56

48
45
40

344
384
488

4,531
4,757
5,421

62
65
70

6,498
6,806
7,788

6,237
6,567
7,561

167
158
154

55
45
40

38
35
32

4,260
7,655
8,221

416
422
611

5,094
5,510
6,307

78
90
110

8,277
8,764
9,790

8 02 8
8,529
9,563

179
166
160

38
39
38

32
30
29

2,003
1,955
2,077

4,531
2,971
991

558
543
693

5,220
5,089
5,417

129
125
127

10,447
10,669
10,884

10,190
10,381
10,580

187
219
235

43
42
43

27
27
25

23,934
24,508
26,003

2,301
2,025
2,282

311
789
405

554
554
705

4,773
5,378
5,497

109
125
131

11,269
11,355
11,445

10,888
10,975
11,045

319
314
332

41
46
45

21

32,417
32,821
34,533

24,123
24,198
25,302

2,314
2,442
2,401

793
728
801

524
562
649

4,539
4,751
5,213

124
140
168

11,304
11,327
11,409

10,792
10,771
10,798

455
496
547

40
42
46

17
16
16

43,884
43,852
46,218
47,559

32,357
32,186
34,564
35,857

23,806
23,928
25,475
25,912

2,421
2,413
2,180
2,478

1,017
701
1,178
1,142

455
518
487
650

4,508
4,460
5,077
5,498

150
166
168
176

11,527
11,666
11,654
11,702

10,856
10,923
10,936
10,987

607
642
611
617

47
62
66
60

14

46,039
47,187
47,967
51,437

34,269
35,335
36,317
39,733

25,230
25,729
26,992
28,939

2,444
2,579
2,331
2,575

1,124
1,408
971
976

561
590
587
852

4,730
4,848
5,223
6,174

180
181
212
217

11,770
11,852
11.650
11,704

11,062
11,093
10,882
10,956

614
653
654
631

56
65
63
60

13
13

Foreign

108
115
120
117

1940—Mar. 2 6 .........‘..........
June 2 9 .....................
Dec. 31.....................

17,810
18,231
19,844

4 .....................
3 0 .....................
2 4 .....................
3 1 .....................

11,201
11,806
12,546
13,005

889
917
801
813

420
415
410
435

123
160
158
190

2,813
2,920
3,374
3,516

13,083
13,464
14,987

7,978
8,372
9,468

942
956
995

431
422
327

150
147
228

3,581
3,526
3,919

20,143
20,813
21,712
22,313

15,271
15,884
16,807
17,403

9,552
10.142
10.637
11, 127

1,206
1,139
1,221
1,144

273
341
383
491

171
209
190
286

4,069
4,000
4,377
4,302

O 1942—Apr. 4 .....................
VO
June 30.....................
Dec. 31.....................

22,240
23,046
28,700

17,541
18,250
23,641

11,105
12,199
15,06!

1,313
1,304
1,319

633
422
1,982

202
218
385

1943—June 3 0 .....................
Oct. 18.....................
Dec. 3 1 .....................

31,782
35,974
35,070

26,264
30,129
28,919

17,276
17,462
18,790

1,452
1,214
1,448

2,383
6,223
3,373

1944— Apr. 13.....................
June 30.....................
Dec. 30.....................

35,785
38,295
41,804

29,287
31,490
34,016

18,879
18,367
20,371

1,496
1,464
1,509

1945— Mar. 2 0 .....................
June 30.....................
Dec. 3 1 .....................

41,197
44,515
49,085

32,920
35,751
39,295

21,456
20,559
22,281

1946—June 2 9 .....................
Sept. 30.....................
Dec. 3 1.....................

45,893
44,952
44,477

35,446
34,284
33,593

1947—June
Oct. 6 .....................
Dec. 3 1 .....................

43,252
44,734
46,467

1948—Apr. 12.....................
June 3 0 .....................
Dec. 3 1 .....................

58
63

4,276
4,320
4,319
4,362

41
49

4,728
4,767
4,857

4,386
4,422
4,506

53
54

4,872
4,929
4,906
4,910

4,289
4.052
4,831

333
329
475

3,975
6,453
6,157

1,615
1,516
1,763

23,005
23,601
24,288

31,983
33,379
35,023

43,721
44,149
45,943

1949—Apr. 11.....................
June 3 0 .....................
Nov. 1 .....................
Dec. 31.....................
1950—Apr. 2 4 .....................
June 3 0 .....................
Oct. 4 .....................
Dec. 3 0 .....................

•

31
51

108

110

103

20

22

11
11
11

12
10

1
3
3
28
30
28
26
28
39
47

BANKS

50

4,656
4,693
4,650
4,736

MEMBER

6,899
7,331
7,803
8,002




Dom estic

22
19
14
14

15,856
16,499
17,197
17,741

1941—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

State
and
local
govt.

U.S.
Govt.
and
postal
savings

243
233
198
240

2 9 .....................
3 0 .....................
2 .....................
30.....................

1939— Mar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

Foreign
govt.
and
other

Certi­
fied
D om estic
and
officers’
Com ­
checks,
etc.
M utual
m er­
cial
savings

E.

MEMBER

2 .4 . RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS—OTHER—Continued
D EPO SITS—Continued
[In millions of dollars]
Time

Demand

Call date

Total
IPC

State
and
local
govt.

Foreign
govt.
.and
other

U.S.
G ovt.

C erti­
fied
and
officers’
checks,
etc.

Total
M utual
savings

C om ­
m er­
cial

Znterbank

IPC

Dorr estic
Foreign

1
1 Foreign
I O ther i govt.
Savings 1 time 3 and
j other

BANKS

Interbank

IPC
Totai
de­
posits

State
and
local
govt.

U S.
Govt.
and
postal
savings

Domestic
J ComM utual j m ersavings
cial

Foreign

1951—Apr. 9 ...................
June 30...................
Oct. 10...................
Dec. 31...................

48,953
49,874
51,197
54,466

37,335
37,965
39,071
42,105

26,732
27,214
28,691
30,722

2,397
2,713
2,154
2,550

2,426
2,272
1,474
1,124

600
592
552
822

4,981
4,996
6,021
6,695

199
178
179
192

11,618
11,909
12,126
12,361

10,767
11,020
11,244
11,473

706
731
720
714

62
68
73
85

12
10
10
9

72
80
79
81

1952—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

31...................
30...................
5 ....................
31...................

52,290
53,425
53,299
57,357

39,725
40,570
40,317
43,987

28,834
29,258
29,689
31,798

2,586
2,689
2,441
2,693

2,074
2,097
1,499
1,814

646
719
612
791

5,396
5,624
5,864
6,662

188
182
211
230

12,565
12,855
12,983
13,370

11,634
11,913
12,035
12,417

752
751
749
739

86
90
98
105

8
10
10
9

85
92
91
101

1953—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

2 0 ...................
30...................
30...................
31...................

54,391
54,861
55,713
58,663

40,806
40,994
41,719
44,365

30,416
30,192
30,432
32,065

2,678
2,866
2,489
2,880

1,221
1,358
2,063
1,504

738
636
638
828

5,525
5,744
5,895
6,869

227
197
202
219

13,585
13,867
13,995
14,298

12,592
12,847
12,980
13,203

768
794
775
830

104
103
103
98

9
8
9
9

113
116
127
157

1954— Apr. 15...................
June 30...................
Oct. 7 ....................
Dec. 31....................

56,161
57,665
59,024
61,796

41,371
42,495
43,519
46,081

30,594
30,503
31,217
33,677

2,670
2,877
2,392
2,876

1,349
2,015
2,453
1,457

666
677
625
866

5,890
6,220
6,616
6,946

203
202
216
259

14,789
15,171
15,505
15,715

13,555
13,867
14,186
14,399

948
992
977
965

99
97
103
111

9
15
26
26

178
199
214
213

1955—Apr. 11...................
June 30...................
Oct. 5 ...................
Dec. 31...................

60,600
60,854
60,878
64,733

44,589
44,570
44,553
48,330

32,850
32,681
33,263
35,752

2,687
3,021
2,622
3,048

1,780
1,843
1,325
1,288

741
757
750
1,035

6,257
5,979
6,304
6,903

274
289
290
303

16,011
16,284
16,325
16,403

14,600
14,871
14,965
15,117

1,018
1,018
944
941

in
117
106
106

23
24
13
14

259
253
297
225

1956—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

10...................
3 0 ...................
2 6 , .................
31...................

61,556
62,392
62,481
66,524

45,090
45,589
45,591
49,432

33,536
33,341
33,940
36,519

2,856
3,120
2,601
3,092

1,332
1,918
1,871
1,201

732
862
719
1,036

6,327
6,078
6,176
7,298

308
269
284
286

16,466
16,803
16,889
17,091

15,147
15,392
15,494
15,748

974
1,013
974
935

107
112
115
114

14
18
18
15

224
268
288
279

1957—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

14...................
6 ...................
11...................
31 ...................

62,493
61,796
63,793
67,483

44,952
43,839
45,289
48,558

34.683
33 177
34,381
35,906

2,667
2,911
2,570
3,111

704
1,051
1,297
1,358

768
787
668
943

5,851
5,648
6. 13
6,962

277
266
259
279

17,541
17,956
18,504
18,924

16,139
16,432
16,988
17,335

995
1,089
1,086
1,175

114
120
119
113

18
16
14
7

275
299
297
295

1958—Mar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4 ...................
23 ...................
24 ...................
31...................

64,450
68,672
67,918
72,647

44,861
47,550
46,530
51,194

33,418
34,119
34,787
38,054

2,989
3,065
2,676
3,153

1,278
3,150
1,492
1,429

721
818
780
1,052

6,200
6,115
6,502
7,217

256
282
293
289

19,589
21,122
21,387
21,453

17,740
18,910
19,295
19,480

1,340
1,705
1,589
1,471

85
92
121
124

19
25
31
31

405
390
351
346

1959—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

12...................
10...................
6 ...................
31...................

69,373
69,382
69,921
73,675

47,650
47,298
48,072
51,817

36,534
36,201
35,992
38,321

2,954 I
2,959 i
2,722 !
; 3,304

751
858
1,709
1,698

1
902
1
830 i
<
833 1
j 1,043 '

6,225
6.159
6. 547
7,162

285
291
268
288

21,722
22,085
21,850
21,858

19,831
20,136
20,249
20,231

1,452
1,466
1,196
1,229

124
122
95
95

27
27
23
19

289
335
287
285

1960—Mar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15....................
15...................
3 ....................
31....................

68,861
69,887
70,351
75,067

48,014
48,703
48,261
52,217

36,560
36,156
35,240
37,986

6.210

|

265 ! 20,847
272 21,183
268 i 22,090
301 1 22,850

19,244
19,484
20,209
20,652

1,276 ■
1,375
1,485
1,787

16
29
41
43

224
216
273
283




2,720 1 1,479 1
2,803 ; 2,319
2,512 i
2,904
3,329 1 1,960 i

780 !
801 I
796
953 ,
i

6. 354

6,540
7,688

86 :
80 i
81
85

1961--A pr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12................... 72,699
30................... 73,557
27................... 74,956
30.................... 81.883

48,487
48,297
49,103
55,440

36,648
35,459
35,704
40,231

120
130
129
85

3,111
3,286
2,832
3,520

679
2,241
2,909
2,103

839
845
744
1,152

154
138
144
161

6,729
5,977
6,432
7,946

207
220
209
243

24,212
25,260
25,853
26,443

18,802
19,539
19,951
20,653

2,901
3,055
3,190
2,866

313
307
394
443

2,038
2,197
2,152
2,310

98
101
102
110

2
2
2
2

29
32
37
32

30
28
25
28

1962--M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

26....................
30...................
2 8 ...................
28...................

77,276
80,631
79,687
84,248

48.897
50,893
49,754
53,422

35.796
36,388
36,000
39,311

142
116
92
101

3,057
3,191
2,928
3,216

2,436
3,670
3,008
2,337

773
907
834
980

153
144
125
145

6,307
6,250
6,543
7,085

231
228
223
248

28,379
29,738
29,933
30,825

21,308
22,050
22,506
23,064

3,911
4,317
4,276
4,422

464
480
492
541

2,512
2,706
2,493
2,633

no
110
88
83

4
8
8
5

31
32
33
43

38
35
37
33

1963--M a r. 18...................
June 29...................
Dec. 20...................

82,100
85,555
87,994

49,850
51,895
52,896

37,082
36,972
39,173

116
103
108

2,822
3,195
3,144

1,863
3,793
2,212

901
1,021
1,034

146
151
143

6,683
6,421
6,815

237
239
267

32,250
33,660
35,099

23,564
24,031
24,898

5,087
5,900
6,413

554
636
671

2,873
2,913
2,950

82
70
72

6
11
10

54
69
52

30
31
33

1964— June 30...................
Dec. 31...................

91,145
97,145

53,052
57,366

37,965
42,031

102
105

3,234
3,508

3,771
2,195

1,086
1,238

156
160

6,460
7,803

278
326

38,092
39,779

25,763
26,869

8,024
8,085

757
774

3,362
3,840

69
77

13
7

60
59

45
69

1965--June 30................... 97,418
Dec. 31................... 103,034

54,464
57,287

38,475
42,237

125
143

3,280
3,532

4,325
1,773

1,091
1,180

158
163

6,716
7,928

294
330

42,954
45,747

28,105
29,856

9,590
9,812

847
842

4,163
4,960

75
71

14
7

85
133

74
66

1966--June 30................... 104,323
Dec. 31................... 109,173

55,640
59,230

39,729
43,902

109
120

3,513
3,708

3,968
1,633

1,168
1,274

173
154

6,670
8,095

310
343

48,683
49,943

28,099
27,466

14,260
15,793

954
945

5,093
5,450

64
57

15
48

134
99

66
86

1967--Ju n e 30................... 110,614
Dec. 30................... 120,847

55,943
64,377

41,489
48,021

128
144

3,399
3,542

1,880
1,715

1,380
1,580

162
167

7,162
8,817

342
390

54,671
56,470

27,746
28,446

19,176
20,443

1,208
1,361

6,094
5,830

78
80

184
83

111
143

75
84

1968--June 29................... 118,470
Dec. 31................... 132,638

59,924 .44,948
69,514 51,519

131
149

3,641
3,835

1,399
1,884

1,674
1,947

166
171

7,568
9,554

397
456

58,546
63,123

28,442
28,767

22,153
25,074

1,315
1,430

6,219
7,378

117
168

119
80

110
158

71
69

1969--June 30................... 125,451
Dec. 31................... 126,536

65,231
71,160

48,317
52,933

127
129

3,792
3,934

2,171
1,575

1,843
1,928

185
164

8,353
9,909

444
590

60,219
55,376

27,805
27,050

24,521
21,910

1,295
1,479

6,231
4,609

162
86

19
1

127
90

59
151

1970—June 30................... 123,895
Dec. 31................... 140,661

65,962
73,192

47,685
53,370

111
129

3,798
3,793

3,115
2,547

1,723
2,035

159
176

8,861
10,629

509
512

57,933
67,469

27,058
28,410

22,619
28,230

1,912
1,526

6,005
8,489

67
222

61
96

109
443

103
53

F o r notes see end of Table 2.5 E.

MEMBER
BANKS




MEMBER

2.5 COUNTRY MEMBER BANKS
A.

TOTAL ASSETS AND NUMBER OF BANKS
[Assets in millions o f dollars]

Loans and investments

1

Balances with—

Call date

Investments

Total
assets
Total

Loans
Total

U.S.
Govt.
Other
securities securities

Reserve
with
F. R.
Banks

Currency
and
coin

Cash
items

Domes­
tic
banks

Foreign
banks

1939— Mar. 29..............
June 30...............
Oct.
2 ...............
Dec. 30...............

14,605
14,826
15,333
15,666

10,098
10,109
10,102
10,224

4,480
4,605
4,665
4,768

5,618
5,504
5,437
5,456

3,220
3,127
3,082
3,159

2,398
2,377
2,356
2,297

1,367
1,403
1,555
1,578

350
307
329
363

1,963
2,117
2,473
2,614

3
3
4
2

1940— Mar. 26..............
June 29...............
Dec. 31..............

15,783
15,884
17,101

10,194
10,257
10.826

4,860
4,987
5,309

5,334
5,270
5,517

3,060
3,030
3,269

2,273
2,240
2,248

1,648
1,733
1,857

389
328
452

2,645
2,711
3,002

2
1
2

1941—Apr. 4 ..............
June 30...............
Sept. 24..............
Dec. 31...............

17,322
17,822
18,591
19,466

11,144
11.446
11,852
12,518

5,431
5,607
5,828
5,890

5,713
5,839
6.024
6,628

3,456
3,627
3,789
4,377

2,257
2,212
2,235
2,250

1,894
1,914
2,075
2,210

372
437
501
526

3,044
3,106
3.293
3,216

1942 -A pr. 4 ...............
June 30...............
Dec. 31...............

19,322
20,074
24,557

12,753
13,130
16,419

5,749
5,393
5,038

7,004
7,737
11,380

4,746
5,502
9,172

2,258
2,235
2,208

2,180
2,306
2,842

429
533
542

1943—June 30..............
Oct. 18..............
Dec. 31..............

27,205
30,411
30,638

19,164
22,103
22,188

4,497
4,780
4,654

14,667
17,323
17,534

12,509
15,212
15,465

2,157
2,111
2,069

2,987
3,116
3,303

1944—Apr. 13...............
June 30...............
Dec. 30...............

31,841
33,566
38,284

23,819
24,850
28,520

4,582
4,780
4,910

19,238
20,071
23,610

17,170
18,009
21,552

2,068
2,061
2,058

1945— Mar. 20...............
June 30...............
Dec. 31...............

38,423
41,339
46,059

29,126
31,368
35,002

4,807
5,114
5,596

24,319
26,253
29,407

22,204
24,094
26,999

1946—June 29...............
Sept. 30...............
Dec. 31...............

45.859
46,261
45,988

35,886
36,056
35,412

6,605
7,334
8.004

29,281
28,722
27,408

1947-—June 30...............
Oct. 6 ..............
Dec. 31...............

45,179
46,995
47,553

35,057
36,027
36,324

9,102
9,638
10,199

1948 -A p r. 12..............
June 30...............
Dec. 31...............

47,169
47,143
48,407

36,699
36,623
36,726

1949 —Apr. I I ...............
June 30...............
Nov. 1...............
Dec. 31...............

47,459
46,835
48,499
49,051

1950—Apr. 24...............
June 30...............
Oct. 4 ..............
Dec. 30...............

49,013
49,556
50,615
52,689




Bank
1
' prem­
( ises,
etc.
|
i
.
!
I
!

Other
estate

Cus­
tom ers’
liability
on
accept­
ances

O ther
assets

N um ber
of
banks

381
379
380
376

188
183
181
175

2
2
2
2

60
42
46
41

5,935
5,935
5,945
5,966

372 I

377
373
372

171
148
137

2
1
3

143
60
78

5,983
6,005
6,089

2
1
1
1

279
367
286
449

|
i
1
j

375
372
373
368

133
128
121
110

3
3
3
3

76
48
85
65

6,133
6,158
6,197
6,219

3.092
3,168
3,699

2
2
2

325
406 !
554

370
368
368

105
97
83

4
3
3

63
60
46

6,228
6.244
6,275

616
619
611

3,462
3,618
3,474

2
2
2

491
470 !
593

361
362
354

71
64
56

3
3
3

49
54
54

6,299
6,318
6,331

3,173
3,438
3,909

671
618
684

3,242
3,638
4,097

2
2
2

475
566 i
631

353
349
342

51
44
33

4
3

52
59
64

6,357
6,368
6,408

2,115
2,159
2,408

3,927
4,117
4,527

745
632
796

3,693
4,213
4,665

2
2
2

493 !
575 |
641 :

341
335
327

31
25
22

3
3

62
70
74

6,415
6,431
6,476

26,556
25,948
24,572

2,725
2,774
2,836

4,543
4,599
4,703

631
758
883

3,684
3,666
3,753

3
4
4

685
742 |
807 j

327
331
330

20
20
17

3
4
5

76
81
74

6,482
6,492
6,494

25,955
26,389
26,125

22,893
23,164
22,857

3,063
3,225
3,268

4,628
4,934
4,993

780
829
929

3,444
3,959
3,900

3
3
2

834 !
790 !
954 1

337
344
346

16
16
16

3
4

78
88
84

6,524
6,525
6,519

10,877
11,234
11,945

25,822
25,389
24,781

22,381
21,892
21,278

3,442
3,497
3,504

4,815
4,866
5,736

884
934
858

3.391
3,369
3,619

2
2
2

910 !
878 |
980 !

361
366
379

17
17
17

3
3
3

86
84
87

6,537
6,541
6,535

36,434
36,338
38,052
38,219

12,003
11,968
12,442
12,692

24,431
24,370
25,610
25,527

20,967
20,889
21,969
21,862

3,464
3,481
3,640
3,665

5,547
5,127
4,362
4,371

922
913
899
901

3,208
3,117
3,770
4,002

2
1
1
1

845
836
881
1,039

390
392
404
401

18
19
21
21

4
3
3
4

89
89
105
93

6,529
6,519
6,519
6,513

38,927
39,245
39,808
40,558

13,148
13,510
14,441
14,988

25,779
25,734
25,367
25,570

21,964
21,830
21,250
21,377

3.814
3,904
4,118
4,193

4,266
4,343
4,628
4,745

973
813
994
976

3,448
3,579
3,683
4,450

2
2
3
3

861
1.037
949
1,396

412
415
429
433

21
21
21
20

4
4

99
98
94
101

6,515
6,511
6,511
6,501

193
282
263
292
213

i

270 !

BANKS

i

40,420
40,448
41,523
42,444

15,630
15,858
16,089
16,296

24,789
24,590
25,434
26,148

20,498 |
20,247
20,970 1
21,587

4,291
4,343
4,464
4,561

5,278
5,172
5,579
5,676

1,012
834
1,141
1,231

3,570
3,581
4,240
4,862

3
3
3
2

1,055
1,188
1,024
1,521

453
461
476
482

21
22
22
21

9
7
6
6

100
104
99
104

6,508
6,500
6,491
6,484

1952-—M ar 31...............
June 30...............
Sept 5 ...............
Dec. 31...............

55,017
55,766
56,958
59,535

42,638
43,037
44,115
45,594

16,531
17,133
17,550
18,213

26,108
25,904
26,565
27,381

21,465
21,206
21,801
22,549

4,643
4,698
4,764
4,832

5,420
5,495
5,873
5,820

1,056
1,072
984
1,250

4,007
4,159
4,221
4,706

2
2
2
2

1,262
1,358
1,089
1,503

494
502
513
522

22
22
22
23

7
4
4
4

109
114
135
111

6,471
6,461
6,454
6,444

1953-—
Apr.
June
Sept
Dec.

20...............
30...............
30...............
31...............

58,325
58,129
59,490
61,385

45,610
45,359
46,739
47,404

18,792
19,028
19,417
19,934

26,818
26,330
27,322
27,470

21,927
21,394
22,306
22,423

4,891
4,936
5,016
5,047

5,764
5,505
5,465
5,780

1,125
1,189
1,221
1,140

3,874
4,057
4,090
4,855

2
2
2
3

1,266
1,330
1,262
1,491

540
546
561
564

23
24
26
26

4
4
3
4

116
112
120
119

6,414
6,409
6,399
6,389

1954— Apr. 15...............
June 30...............
Oct. 7 ...............
Dec. 31...............

60,211
60,745
62,809
64,364

47,143
47,474
49,706
50,466

20,346
20,537
20,596
21,442

26,796
26,937
29,110
29,024

21,725
21,779
23,770
23,629

5,071
5,158
5,340
5,395

5,624
5,468
5,411
5,377

1,093
1,230
1,152
1,129

4,191
4,496
4,690
5,057

2
2
3
2

1,408
1,310
1,062
1,552

585
594
613
614

27
28
30
30

6
5
5
6

132
138
138
131

6,387
6,376
6,365
6,326

Apr. 11...............
1955-—
June 30...............
Oct.
5 ...............
Dec. 31...............

63,751
63,732
65,043
66,988

50,313
50,806
51,803
52,775

21,739
22,799
23,490
24,379

28,574
28,006
28,313
28,397

22,939
22,321
22,528
22,570

5,635
5,685
5,785
5,826

5,429
5,163
5,579
5,429

1,245
1,217
1,205
1,222

4,502
4,259
4,251
4,844

2
2
3
3

1,436
1,452
1,345
1,845

634
645
663
677

36
36
42
45

3
5
4
3

150
149
150
145

6,288
6,283
6,246
6,220

1956-—
Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

10...............
30...............
26...............
31...............

65,995
66,147
66,994
69,945

52,406
52,752
53,607
54,571

24,871
25,716
25,980
26,491

27,535
27,035
27,627
28,080

21,625
21,076
21,595
22,037

5,910
5,959
6,032
6,042

5,576
5,316
5,499
5,526

1,284
1,024
l,40i
1,502

4,443
4,373
4,159
5,194

3
3
3
2

1,371
1,748
1,361
2,166

705
719
743
760

50
54
56
58

4
4
6
5

151
155
159
162

6,198
6,177
6,166
6,141

1957--M a r. 14...............
June 6 ...............
Oct. 11...............
Dec. 31...............

67,876
68,404
70,766
72,062

54,396
55,112
56,565
56,820

26,619
27,330
27,980
28,191

27,777
27,782
28,585
28,629

21,537
21,409
22,058
21,815

6,240
6,373
6,527
6,814

5,542
5,631
5,704
5,576

1,319
1,241
1,164
1,549

4,099
3,966
4,589
4,964

3
3
3

1,488
1,384
1,636
2,048

787
813
841
841

61
62
69
67

3
3
6
3

177
188
188
191

6,138
6,131
6,105
6,083

Mar. 4 ...............
1958-—
June 23...............
Sept. 24...............
Dec. 31...............

70,416
72,255
73,505
76,767

56,321
58,225
59,550
61,511

28,030
28,937
29,099
30,257

28,292
29,288
30,450
31,254

21,363
22,000
22,943
23,606

6,928
7,288
7,507
7,648

5,672
5,392
5,535
5,444

1,228
1,395
1,456
1,476

4,491
4,432
4,387
5,030

3
3
3
4

1,563
1,638
1,384
2,077

858
895
918
935

70
68
70
66

6
2
4
7

204
204
198
216

6,072
6,045
6,030
6,006

1959-—
Mar. 12...............
June 10...............
Oct. 6 ...............
Dec. 31...............

75,000
76,405
78,104
79,567

61,249
62,248
63,314
64,082

30,388
31,960
33,101
33,766

30,861
30,288
30,212
30,316

23,201
22,581
22,388
22,535

7,660
7,707
7,824
7,781

5,439
5,647
5,837
5,573

1,357
1,423
1,327
1,357

4,163
4,093
4,477
4,870

3
4
4
4

1,540
1,672
1,799
2,318

957
991
1,018
1,028

69
77
78
82

8
9
7
7

214
240
243
246

5,983
5,976
5,946
5,938

1960— Mar. 15...............
June 15...............
Oct.
3 ...............
Dec. 31...............

79,462
80,357
81,919
84,126

64,516
65,427
66,533
67,890

34,519
36,074
36,813
36,981

29,996
29,353
29,720
30,909

22,156
21,556
21,845
22,848

7,841
7,797
7,875
8,060

5,667
5,388
5,300
5,070

1,446
1,515
1,391
1,534

4,446
4,488
4,950
5,655

4
4
4
5

1,978
2,080
2,233
2,477

1,063
1,098
1,124
1,130

89
95
102
101

6
5
7
7

246
256
275
258

5,968
5,966
5,953
5,932

1961--A pr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12...............
30...............
27...............
30...............

83,111
83,769
85,971
90,376

68,505
69,139
71,732
73,131

37,267
37,942
38,938
39,693

31,239
31,196
32,794
33,438

22,882
22,608
23,941
24,407

8,356
8,588
8,853
9,031

4,695
4,828
4,521
5,210

1,624
1,329
1,777
1,678

4,815
4,618
4,551
5,881

5
5
5

1,916
2,258
1,756
2,822

1,171
1,185
1,216
1,226

107
107
112
117

6
7
7
8

267
293
294
298

5,915
5,911
5,904
5,885

1962--M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

26...............
30...............
28...............
28...............

88,073
90,555
93,642
97,008

73,282
75,019
77,759
80,623

39,888
41,492
42,556
44,698

33,395
33,528
35,203
35,926

24,117
23,843
24,953
25,425

9,278
9,685
10,250
10,501

4,822
5,023
5,230
4,817

1,705
1,438
1,564
1,947

4,535
4,872
4,998
5,389

14
10
10
8

2,021
2,463
2,291
2,398

1,252
1,255
1,290
1,316

121
128
134
135

13
11
13
17

309
337
351
357

5,858
5,842
5,832
5,828

1963--M ar. 18...............
June 2 9 ...............
Dec. 2 0 ...............

96,408
99,361
103,615

80,447
82,952
87,316

44,805
46,934
50,023

35,641
36,019
37,293

24,820
24,496
24,797

10,822
11,522
12,496

4,771
4,933
4,919

1,774
1,599
1,884

5,105
5,182
5,060

8
8
10

2,482
2,743
2,402

1,330
1,369
1,482

138
145
136

20
27
34

334
405
373

5,820
5,839
5,897

1964--June 3 0 ...............
Dec. 3 1 ...............

105,430
112,932

88,337
93,759

52,289
55,733

36,048
38,026

23,218
24,341

12,830
13,685

4,826
5,165 |

2,113
2,092

5,278
6,295

11
20

2,726
3,372

1,673
1,750

27

440
448

5,971
6,018

1965--June 3 0 ...............
Dec. 3 1 ...............

115,302
123,227

97,043
103,362

59,411
63,338

37,632
40,023

22,697
23,735

14,935
16,288

5,267 1
5,463

2,326
2,235

5,333
6,344

21
15

2,889
3,308

1,858
1,924

31
46
39

517
537

6,032
6,027

1966--June 3 0 ...............
Dec. 3 1...............

125,833
131,909

106,300
110,089

66,647
69,212

39.653
40,877

21,709
22,419

17,944
18,458

5,697 1
5,839

2,415
2,506

5,481
6.545

20
20

3,222
4,093

2,036
2,129

46
50

614
638

6,001
5,958




BANKS

51,922
51,821
54,111
56,349

MEMBER

1951-—Apr. 9 ...............
June 30...............
Oct. 10...............
Dec. 31...............

MEMBER

2.5 COUNTRY MEMBER BANKS—Continued
A.

TOTAL ASSETS AND NUMBER OF BANKS—Continued
[Assets in millions of dollars]

Total

Loans

j

|

U.S.
Govt. 1 Other l
securities securities I

Total

Reserve
with
F. R .
Banks

Currency
and
coin

I
S

!

1

Domes- I
tic
1 F o re ig n [
banks ] banks j

j

1

Bank
prem ­
ises,
etc.

Cash
items

Cus­
tomers*
liability
on
accept­
ances

Other
real
estate

O ther
assets

N um ber
of
banks

I

1967—June 30..............
Dec. 30..............

135,639
146,668

114,563
123,127

72,276 1 42,288
75,612
47,515

21,557 1 20,731 1
24,689 I 22,826

5,565
5,767

2,237
2,704

6,180
7,117

16 I

1968—June 29..............
Dec. 31..............

149,186
161,727

126,365
135,364

78,609 1 47,756
84,002 | 51,362

23,469
24,998

24,287 I
26,364

6,101
6,713

2,392
3,293

6,305 j
7,592

22
12
24 1

4,052
4,725

2,259
2,262

100

42
43

725
801

5,919
5,886

4,512
5,042

2,364
2,463 !

111
111

53
64

972
1,060

5,855
5,796

1969—June 30..............
Dec. 31..............

164,886
169,650

138,298
141,287

89,161
92,718

49,138
48,568

21,686
21,278

27,452
27,291 1

6,991
7,179

2,851
3,302

7,036 1
7,870

19
24 j

5,512
5,554

2,707 1
2,847

116
128

91
130

1,265
1,331

5,756
5,691

1970—June 30..............
Dec. 31..............

170,621
185,073

143,095
154,568

94,573
48,521
99,841 1 54,726

19,999
28,522 1
22,586 | 32,140
I

7,236
7,778

3,222
3,135

7,066
8,544

26
59

5,191
5,930

3,001
3,183

134
137

127
105

1,526
1,634

5,626
5,589

|

I

F o r notes see end o f Table 2.5 E.

2.5 COUNTRY MEMBER BANKS—Continued
B.

TO TA L LIABILITIES
[In millions o f dollars]

Call date

Total
liabil­
ities
and
capital

C apital accounts

Deposits

Total

Inter­
bank

U.S.
Govt.
and
postal
savings

Other
demand

Other
time

Borrow ­
ings

ances
out­
stand­
ing

Other
liabil­
ities

Stocks

Sur­
plus

Total
Common

|

Prefcrred

Dem and deposits

U ndi­
vided
profits

Reserves
for
contin­
gencies,
etc.

A d­
justed

N et

29. .
30 ..
2 ..
30..

14,605
14,826
15,333
15,666

12,733
12,943
13,427
13,762

464
467
538
598

183
176
168
189

6,377
6,537
6,941
7,158

5,710
5,764
5,780
5,817

5
5
4
3

2
2
2
2

46
49
48
48

1,818
1,828
1,852
1,851

1
727 j
728
732
733

197
193
187
186

563
573
578
593

243
236
256
234

88
99
99
105

6,183
6,255
6,677
6,866

4,857
4,779
4,925
5,048

1940 =M ar. 26 ..
June 2 9 ..
Dec. 31..

15,783
15,884
17,101

13,854
13,950
15,132

596
568
665

182
179
184

7,168
7,239
8,216

5,908
5,964
6,067

2
3
3

2
1
3

50
52
55

1,875
1,876
1,909

738 1
740 .

176
174
169

600
607
628

258
249
250

103
106
111

6,954
6,969
7,845

5,100
5,015
5,705

1941—Apr. 4 ..
June 30 ..
Sept. 2 4 ..
Dec. 31..

17,322
17,822
18,591
19,466

15,319
15,799
16,532
17,415

708
684
766
822

145
182
198
256

8,318
8,741
9,314
10,109

6,148
6,192
6,255
6,228

3
3
3
4

3
3
3

54
61
63
60

1,943
1,956
1,990
1,982

164
162
158
155

637
649
656
669

275
272
298
273

110
114
113
117

8,039
8,374
9,028
9.661

5,863
6,146
6,709
7,529

1939—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.




751
758 *
760 j
765
768

BANKS

Jnvestments

!

Total
assets

Call date

Balances with—

J

Loans and investments

17,253
17,996
22,459

809
776
980

299
268
1,122

10,051
10,766
13,819

6,094
6,185
6,537

4
3
3

4
4
3

56
57
51

2,005
2,014
2,042

774
780
786

148
146
140

676
684
703

291
286
291

115
119
121

9,726
10,360
13,265

7,744
8,235
11,655

1943—June 30..
Oct. 18..
Dec. 31..

27,205
30,411
30,638

25,047
28,177
28,414

949
965
1,015

1,564
3,563
2,018

15,499
16,196
17,632

7,034
7,452
7,748

7
25
10

3
3
3

54
55
58

2,094
2,151
2,153

791
799
805

133
129
124

724
736
771

317
357
322

128
131
131

15,009
15,726
17,039

12,626
13,204
14,714

1944—Apr. 13..
June 30..
Dec. 30..

31,841
33,566
38,284

29,532
31,248
35,871

950
972
1,171

2,653
3,978
4,287

17,726
17,665
20,588

8,204
8,634
9,825

28
11
16

4
3
2

56
64
74

2,221
2,239
2,321

816
824
851

118
113
94

783
806
876

372
359
364

132
136
136

17,251
17,099
19,958

15,095
14,591
17,162

1945—M ar. 20..
June 30..
Dec. 31..

38,423
41,339
46,059

35,900
38,798
43,418

1,097
1,129
1,223

3,008
5,250
5,517

21,335
21,231
24,235

10,460
11,188
12,442

51
9
11

3
2
3

74
90
103

2,395
2,440
2,525

862
872
894

90
85
73

892
933
1,010

417
408
401

135
143
147

20,842
20,656
23,595

18,360
17,697
20,263

1946—June 29..
Sept. 30..
Dec. 3 1 ..

45,859
46,261
45,988

43,049
43,342
43,066

1,023
998
1,091

3,243
2,209
932

25,316
26,305
27,044

13,468
13,830
13,999

18
41
26

3
4
5

115
122
134

2,674
2,752
2,757

917
924
933

69
65
61

1,071
1,086
1,136

460
518
458

157
158
169

24,630
25,563
26,237

22,053
22,969
23,651

1947—June 3 0 ..
Oct. 6 ..
Dec. 3 1 ..

45,179
46,995
47,553

42,133
43,876
44,443

910
1,030
1,073

473
845
478

26,342
27,450
28,378

14,409
14,552
14,514

38
28
23

' 3
6
4

136
139
149

2,869
2,946
2,934

955
960
966

55
53
50

1,175
1,185
1,220

511
576
513

173
172
185

25,508
26,660
27,424

23,395
24,522
25,027

1948—Apr. 12..
June 30. Dec. 31..

47,169
47,143
48,407

43,914
43,903
45,102

837
821
964

891
728
737

27,377
27,517
28,683

14,810
14,837
14,719

55
24
12

4
4
3

148
156
166

3,048
3,056
3,123

989
997
1,008

48
47
44

1,242
1,269
1,310

580
573
588

189
170
173

26,466
26,639
27,703

24,754
24,769
25,735

1949—Apr.
June
Nov.
Dec.

11..
30..
1 ..
31..

47,459
46,835
48,499
49,051

44,050
43,422
44,952
45,534

816
781
890
1,001

898
587
835
870

27,498
27,238
28,427
28,974

14,837
14,816
14,799
14,689

48
20
19
11

4
3
4
4

158
174
190
197

3,200
3,215
3,335
3,305

1,018
1,018
1,026
1,036

42
41
39
39

1,323
1,344
1,362
1,413

649
640
736
639

168
171
172
178

26,653
26,402
27,546
27,935

25,102
24,586
25,427
25,729

1950—Apr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

2 4 ..
30..
4 ..
30 ..

49,013
49,556
50,615
52,689

45,357
45,888
46,753
48,897

865
871
917
1,133

940
1,111
905
1,005

28,578
28,916
30,074
31,977

14,973
14,989
14,858
14,782

35
15
64
9

4
5
7
8

200
216
235
244

3,416
3,433
3,555
3,532

1,058
1,063
1,073
1,083

39
39
38
37

1,430
1,456
1,472
1,531

713
695
793
697

176
180
180
185

27,717
27,879
29,125
30,581

25,998
26,207
27,186
28,184

1951—Apr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

9 ..
30 ..
10 ..
3 1 ..

51,922
51,821
54,111
56,349

47,940
47,877
50,001
52,288

969
936
1,109
1,309

1,610
1,344
1,145
1,001

30,515
30,592
32,488
34,572

14,845
15,005
15,259
15,406

96
36
60
16

10
7
7
7

235
242
262
278

3,640
3,658
3,782
3,760

1,111
1,121
1,131
1,143

35
34
33
31

1,556
1,580
1,593
1,647

759
742
842
746

179
182
183
194

29,460
29,404
31,464
33,051

28,380
28,003
29.360
30,371

1952—M ar. 3 1 ..
June 3 0 ..
Sept. 5 ..
Dec. 3 1 ..

55,017
55,766
56,958
59,535

50,841
51,571
52,431
55,175

1,075
1,083
1,078
1,301

1,430
1,525
1,336
1,419

32,676
33,029
33,870
36,022

15,660
15,934
16,146
16,433

61
24
262
25

7
4
4
5

272
292
319
361

3,836
3,873
3,942
3,970

1,172
1,183
1,186
1,201

29
28
29
27

1,665
1,696
1,701
1,755

788
780
839
790

183
186
187
196

31,413
31,671
32,781
34,519

29,774
29,976
30,828
32,379

1953—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

2 0 ..
30 ..
30 ..
31 ..

58,325
58,129
59,490
61,385

53,670
53,606
54,756
56,740

1,061
1,073
1,081
1,315

1,318
1,086
1,584
1,369

34,486
34,363
34,725
36,520

16,805
17,084
17,367
17,536

206
49
103
20

5
4
3
4

366
368
413
428

4,078
4,101
4,213
4,194

1,225
1,233
1,242
1,255

27
27
26
25

1,781
1,800
1,823
1,877

859
850
942
849

186
192
180
189

33,220
33,033
33,463
35,029

31,570
30,979
31,878
32,699

1954—Apr. 15. .
June 30..
Oct. 7 ..
Dec. 31..

60,211
60,745
62,809
64,364

55,351
55,943
57,770
59,360

1,174
1,241
1,343
1,508

1,220
1,510
1,797
1,434

35,019
34,879
35,965
37,794

17,938
18,313
18,665
18,624

111
26
43
11

7
6
5
6

407
398
451
480

4,336
4,372
4,540
4,506

1,289
1,299
1,315
1,328

24
27
25
24

1,900
1,925
1,947
2,022

941
933
1,061
924

182
188
192
208

33,611
33,569
34,903
36,242

31,657
31,670
33,180
33,954

1955—Apr. 11..
June 30..
Oct. 5 ..
Dec. 31..

63,751
63,732
65,043
66,988

58,501
58,594
59,596
61,636

1,315
1,283
1,309
1,523

1,244
1,498
1,213
1,217

37,153
36,751
37,833
39,681

18,790
19,062
19,240
19,215

201
55
134
52

3
5
4
4

445
437
503
527

4,601
4,642
4,806
4,769

1,367
1,383
1,401
1,418

24
24
26
25

2,054
2,089
2,101
2,156

967
959
1,089
967

190
188
190
201

35,716
35,299
36,489
37,836

33,606
33,654
34,596
35,568

1956—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

10..
30..
26 ..
31 ..

65,995
66,147
66,994
69,945

60,364
60,591
61,129
64,289

1,380
1,353
1,275
1,618

1,266
1,520
1,506
1,306

38,171
37,897
38,291
41,194

19,546
19,821
20,057
20,171

203
84
166
21

4
4
6
5

516
521
585
583

4,908
4,947
5,107
5,046

1,458
1,481
1,499
1,517

24
24
24
24

2,192
2,224
2,245
2,298

1,046
1,030
1,151
1,012

188
189
189
196

36,800
36,149
36,930
39,028

34,846
34,495
35,400
36,601

1957—Mar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

14..
6 ..
11..
31 ..

67,876
68,404
70,766
72,062

61,841
62,192
64,501
65,991

1,320
1,290
1,412
1,658

854
1,238
1,355
1,315

38,775
38,211
39,466
40,724

20,892
21,453
22,268
22,294

287
267
129
30

4
3
6
3

583
637
686
678

5,162
5,304
5,443
5,359

1,556
1,572
1,596
1,599

24
23
23
23

2,343
2,358
2,392
2,440

1,056
1,170
1,247
1,099

183
181
186
198

37,287
36,827
37,830
38,676

35,208
35,235
35,858
36,543




BANKS

19,322
20,074
24,557

MEMBER

1942—Apr. 4 ..
June 30..
Dec. 31..

B.

MEMBER

2.5 COUNTRY MEMBER BANKS—Continued
TO TA L LIABILITIES—Continued
[In millions of dollars]
Deposits
Call date

Total

Inter­
bank

U.S.
Govt.
and
postal
savings

Other
demand

Other
time

Bor­
row­
ings

Accept­
ances
out­
stand­
ing

Capital accounts
Other
liabil­
ities

Stocks
Total

«
Common

Prej ferred

Sur­
plus

I

Dem and deposits

U ndi­
vided
profits

Reserves
for
contin­
gencies,
etc.

Ad­
justed

N et

1958--M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4 ..
2 3 ..
2 4 ..
31. .

70.416
72,255
73,505
76,767

64,101
65,741
66,877
70,277

1,394
1,320
1,413
1,615

1,099
1,992
1,328
1,307

38,663
38,286
39,326
42,349

22,944
24,142
24,810
25,005

93
164
126
37

7
2
4
7

710
706
751
761

5,506
5,641
5,747
5,685

1,632
1,638
1,653
1,671

22
21
21
21

2,468
2,490
2,527
2,608

1,186
1,305
1,343
1,166

198
186
202
219

37,100
36,648
37,942
40,272

34,964
35,371
36,135
38,010

1959--M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

12. .
10. .
6 ..
31..

75,000
76,405
78,104
79,567

68,070
69,175
70,790
72,323

1,349
1,333
1,417
1,627

972
1,090
1,544
1,640

40,422
40,812
41,634
42,832

25,329
25,940
26,195
26,224

354
463
352
71

8
9
7
7

767
812
854
1,132

5,801
5,946
6,101
6,034

1,711
1,739
1,764
1,786

21
20
19
18

2,643
2,683
2,726
2,789

1,219
1,309
1,397
1,237

206
195
196
204

38,882
39,140
39,834
40,514

36,892
37,310
38,165
38,767

1960--M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15..
15. .
3. .
31. .

79,462
80,357
81,919
84,126

71,597
72,222
73,489
76,004

1,337
1,325
1,451
1,815

1,682
2,078
1,853
1,905

41,476
41,240
41,593
43,395

27,102
27,579
28,592
28,889

362
320
302
23

6
5
7
7

1,220
1,358
1,475
1,495

6,277
6,453
6,645
6,599

1,872
1,893
1,920
1,928

19
18
18
18

2,878
2,913
2,963
3,052

1,312
1,437
1,537
1,361

196
192
207
240

39,498
39,159
39,361
40,917

37,930
37,935
37,572
38,844

1961--A pr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12.
30.
27.
30.

.
.
.
.

83,111
83,769
85,971
90,376

74,797
75,407
77,306
81,646

1,533
1,443
1,460
1,961

994
1,846
2,535
1,749

42,243
41,413
42,059
46,211

30,027
30,705
31,252
31,725

84
121
84
40

6
7
7
8

1,386
1,373
1,488
1,593

6,838
6,861
7,085
7,088

1,997
2,011
2,032
2,061

17
17
17
16

3,133
3,167
3,190
3,292

1,464
1,442
1,614
1,475

227
225
233
243

40,507
39,318
40,470
43,575

37,901
37,690
39,618
41,088

1962--M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

26.
30.
28.
28.

.
.
.
.

88,073
90,555
93,642
97,008

79,061
81,577
84,178
87,342

1,496
1,577
1,640
1,824

2,043
2,705
2,725
2,031

42,092
42,596
43,981
46,895

33,429
34,698
35,832
36,593

126
80
139
172

13
11
13
17

1,637
1,564
1,691
1,732

7,237
7,323
7,621
7,744

2,108
2,128
2,172
2,189

16
16
14
34

3,361
3,409
3,469
3,547

1,527
1,541
1,732
1,739

225
229
234
234

40,240
40,321
41,855
44,689

38,959
39,441
40,961
42,893

1963--M ar. 18..
96,408
June 29. . 99,361
Dec. 20. . 103,615

86,513
89,470
92,759

1,686
1,701
1,848

1,849
3,425
2,046

45,028
45,066
48,256

37,949
39,278
40,608

222
127
390

20
29
35

1,903
1,841
2,055

7,750
7,894
8,377

2,250
2,297
2,366

34
36
66

3,631
3,712
3,833

1,600
1,613
1,864

235
236
248

42,737
42,524
46,049

40,954
42,274
44,695

1964— June 30. . 105,430
Dec. 31. . 112,932

94,733
101,581

1,804
2,254

2,954
1,844

47,270
52,398

42,705
45,086

230
213

27
32

1,908
2,221

8,531
8,886

2,484
2,568

86
139

3,979
4,136

1,739
1,770

243
273

44,773
49,253

44,013
46,862

1965-=Junc 30. . 115,302
Dec. 31. . 123,227

103,304
110,738

1,896
2,445

3,304
1,578

49,800
55,118

48,305
51,598

323
343

46
40

2,269
2,433

9,359
9,673

2,712
2,764

214
264

4,260
4,394

1,905
1,947

269
304

47,143
52,104

46,766
49,459

1966—June 30. . 125,833
Dec. 31. . 131,909

112,702
118,320

1,976
2,461

3,126
1,544

52,785
56,672

54,816
57,643

416
308

49
51

2,616
2,920

10,050
10,309

2,875
2,909

300
305

4,486
4,598

2,097
2,175

292
322

49,810
52,832

49,167
49,965

1967--June 30. . 135,639
Dec. 30. . 146,668

121,436
131,773

2,153
2,862

1,454
1,647

54,956
61,161

62,873
66,102

611
552

45
45

2,891
3,294

10,655
11,005

3,002
3,060

310
324

4,682
4,851

2,348
2,397

312
373

51,156
56,812

48,363
53,801

1968 -June 29. . 149,186
Dec. 3 !.. 161,727

133,435
145,287

2,360
2,950

1,889
1,367

59,183
66,578

70,003
74,392

871
804

54
65

3,423
3,765

11 403
11,807

3,177
3,218

336
359

4,962
5,133

2,593
2,746

335
351

54,952
61,827

52,509
58,155

1969--June 30. .
Dec. 31..

164,886
169,650

144,327
148,578

2,601
3,236

1,536
1,725

63,562
67,930

76,628
75,688

1,787
1,820

92
131

6,304
6,354

12,376
12,766

3,357
3,416

378
397

5,289
5,430

3,023
3,177

329
346

58,324
62,729

55,038
59,387

1970-=June 30. . 170,621
Dec. 31. . 185,073

148,452
162,288

2,844
3,522

2,319
2,704

63,906
69,806

79,383
86,255

2,164
1,836

130
106
_______ _

6.498
7,036

13,377
13,807

3,556
3,610

407
410

5,559
5,759

3,528
3,686

327
341

59,008
64,184

56,745
61,562

F o r notes see end o f Table 2.5 E.




BANKS

Total
liabil­
ities
and
capital

z s COUNTRY MEMBER BANKS — Continued
C.

LOANS

[In millions o f dollars]

To farmers
Call date

Total
loans

Fo r purchasing
o r carrying
securities

O ther loans to individuals

To financial
institutions

Real estate

mercial

Re-

Instalm ent
O ther

G uar­
anteed
by
ccc

Other

To
brokers
and
dealers

To
others

Banks

Other

Total

On
farm
land

On
resi­
dential
prop­
erty

Other

R epair
and
m od­
erni­
zation

Total
Retail
auto

O ther
retail

O ther

Singlepay­
ment

1,223
1,235

517
S31

24
22

226
229

6
5

1,363
1,402

185
187

870
897

309
318

1,121
1,180

Oct. 2 .................
Dec. 30.................

4,480
4,605
4,665
4,768

1,314

49 S

20

224

4

1,477

194

955

328

1,234

June 29.................
Dec. 31.................

4,860
4,987
5,309

1,361
1,453

546
son

17
21

208
201

3
3 ...............

1,544
1,644

203
208

1,000
1,081

340
355

1,307
1,397

5,431
5,607
5,828
5,890

17

195

3

1,739

217

1,158

364

1,504

1,676

659

20

183

2

1,823

215

1,234

373

1,528

Dec. 31.................

5,749
5,393
5,038

1,512
1,226

339

433

16
17

169
161

2
2

1,834
1,797

212
199

1,259
1,261

363
338

674

90

91

1943—June 30.................
Oct. 18.................
Dec. 31.................

4,497
4,780
4,654

1,017

158

465

17

164

2

1,750

196

1,234

320

555

60

1,084

277

436

25

197

2

1,725

191

1,233

302

529

1944— Apr. 13.................

4,582
4,780
4,910

1,096
1,149

192
352

479
450

33
32

345
310

2
2

1,708
1,719

197
195

1,220
1,234

290
290

4,807
5,114
5,596

1,162
1,484

245
150

510
498

32
42

422
471

4
4

1,771
1,881

211
224

i,263
1,324

297
333

6,605
7,334
8,004

1,781

49

630

34

354

3

2,398

280

1,676

442

937

124

Dec. 31.................

2,433

57

624

29

273

5

2,970

317

2,089

564

1,312

189

77

100

2,744

9

765

26

244

5

3,381

355

2,380

645

1,693

285

114

134

Dec. 31.................

9,102
9,638
10,199

for
bad
debts

1939

Mar. 29.................

1941—Apr.

4 .................

Dec. 31.................
1942—Apr.

4 .................

1945—Mar. 20.................
Dec. 31.................
1946—June 29.................

1,593

S62

1,297
391

145

347

2

120

312

369

53

51

116

310

379

536
547

55
56

46
50

118
118

3i 7
323

390
348

611
707

61
77

57
74

130
147

363
409

358
359

193

506

419

249

698

301

319

841

235

114

781

23

227

5

3,827

373

2,736

718

1,979

362

142

184

362

928

224

Dec. 31.................

3,279
3,296

13
422

966
935

22
21

204
187

4
3

4,236
4,467

399
396

3,040
3,239

797
833

2,318
2,451

492
550

197
228

214
241

413
419

1,002
1,013

263
259

70
93

Apr. 11.................
June 30.................
Nov. 1.................
Dec. 31.................

12,003
11,968
12,442
12,692

3,098

227

1,092

23

175

2

4,567

405

3,304

858

2,644

650

264

253

458

1,019

254

114

3,150

492

989

36

173

3

4,784

414

3,491

879

2,945

748

326

290

480

1,102

256

136

1950—Apr. 24.................
June 30.................
Oct. 4 .................
Dec. 30.................

13,148
13,510
14,441
14,988

3,339
3,656
3,980

216
115
188

1,163
1,256
1,219

33
28
33

177
189
187

3
3

5,125
5,406
5,591

422
435
439

3,790
4,014
4,154

914
956
998

3,346
3,653
3,679

916
1,041
1,029

400
469
467

299
326
327

532
554
555

1,200
1,264
1,301

263
292
285

155
158
178

1949




BANKS

37

MEMBER

3,096

10,877
11,234
11,945

1948—Apr. 12.................

C.

MEMBER

2.5 COUNTRY MEMBER BANKS—Continued
LOANS—Continued

[In millions of dollars]

Call date

Total
loans

Com­
m er­
cial

G uar­
anteed
by
CCC

Other

For purchasing
or carrying
securities

To
brokers
and
dealers

To
others

O ther loans to individuals

To financial
institutions

O ther

Banks

Real estate

Total

On
farm
land

'

On
resi­
dential
prop­
erty

Other

Instalment

Total
R etail
auto

O ther
retail

Repair
and
m od­
erni­
zation

O ther

Singlepay­
ment

O ther

R e­
serve
for
bad
debts

.
1951—Apr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

9 ..
30..
10..
31 ..

15,630
15,858
16,089
16,296

4,339
4,345
4,279
4,377

103
20
122
139

1,355
1,467
1,520
1,471

36
37
35
35

183
183
181
178

4
3
3

5,738
5,846
5,954
6,099

453
458
459
451

4,257
4,355
4,453
4,579

1,028
1,033
1,043
1,069

3,776
3,856
3,890
3,906

1,046
1,078
1,094
1,071

470
467
474
484

319
321
339
353

571
579
582
591

1,370
1,411
1,402
1,407

286
295
300
300

189
194
196
212

1952—M ar.
June
Sept,
Dec.

31 ..
30 ..
5. .
31..

16,531
17,133
17,550
18,213

4,414
4,462
4,440
4,631

94
41
234
381

1,561
1,693
1,660
1,520

25
41
36
43

181
179
187
191

3
4
17
5

6,184
6,337
6,454
6,661

458
472
472
473

4,646
4,757
4,864
5,035

1,080
1,108
1,118
1,153

3,990
4,299
4,434
4,702

1,094
1,229
1,280
1,391

483
530
564
627

351
383
414
458

617
647
662
698

1,445
1,510
1,513
1,528

299
304
315
318

221
226
227
238

1953—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

20 ..
30 ..
30 ..
31 ..

18,792
19,028
19,417
19,934

4,781
4,817
4,790
4,822

323
145
338
860

1,562
1,612
1,545
1,345

51
41
52
59

193
201
206
210

20
6
6
4

6,777
6,883
7,018
7,114

483
488
492
487

5,100
5,185
5,299
5,362

1,193
1,209
1,227
1,264

4,999
5,243
5,379
5,441

1,555
1,689
1,776
1,786

689
731
744
767

458
483
518
537

736
764
781
794

1,561
1,576
1,560
1,557

331
328
329
332

244
247
247
253

1954— Apr.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15..
30 ..
7 ..
31..

20,346
20,537
20,596
21,442

4,934
5,071
5,092
5,306

980
625
373
805

1,425
1,546
1,512
1,424

64
66
75
89

193
200
208
220

18
6
22
4

7,187
7,331
7,555
7,742

500
511
517
520

5,387
5,482
5,655
5,786

1,300
1,338
1,383
1,436

5,464
5,618
5,662
5,760

1,764
1,796
1,787
1,781

751
768
774
793

535
551
565
566

814
851
872
902

1,601
1,652
1,664
1,718

340
339
361
384

258
263
265
291

1955—Apr. 11..
June 30..
Oct. 5 ..
Dec. 31..

21,739
22,799
23,490
24,379

5,490
5,815
5,937
6,290

440
311
242
537

1,528
1,670
1,674
1,590 •

71
61
154
189

223
234
238
255

10
15
6
15

7,918
8,214
8,482
8,723

540
556
562
567

5,902
6,118
6,326
6,502

1,475
1,540
1,594
1,654

5,970
6,366
6,618
6,575

1,890
2,079
2,216
2,304

798
833
851
823

540
551
569
589

943
1,001
1,017
972

1,800
1,902
1,966
1,886

393
424
451
559

303
310
312
354

1956—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

10..
3 0 ..
26 ..
31..

24,871
25,716
25,980
26,491

6,549
6,892
6,842
7,080

386
279
204
394

1,630
1,740
1,722
1,578

213
223
276
334

260
257
254
261

43
21
41
6

8,875
9,073
9,266
9,407

582
592
593
591

6,569
6,699
6,842
6,929

1,724
1,783
1,831
1,887

6,756
7,050
7,169
7,256

2,398
2,525
2,574
2,591

822
843
864
878

583
609
637
654

1,008
1,037
1,067
1,085

1,946
2,036
2,027
2,048

534
569
598
625

375
388
393
450

1957—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

14..
6 ..
11..
31..

26,619
27,330
27,980
28,191

7,055
7,378
7,427
7,613

400
197
117
232

1,604
1,752
1,786
1,737

321
312
382
365

256
259
252
252

62
31
65
16

9,451
9,586
9,838
9,856

594
603
606
599

6,936
7,014
7,191
7,179

1,921
1,968
2,041
2,078

7,330
7,653
7,945
7,944

2,653
2,795
2,938
2,911

878
892
922
916

650
678
732
742

1,106
1,151
1,190
1,204

2,043
2,137
2,164
2,171

611
638
653
696

470
477
485
520

1958—M ar. 4 ..
June 2 3 ..
Sept. 2 4 ..
Dec. 31 ..

28,030
28,937
29,099
30,257

7,369
7,739
7,640
8,080

368
207
239
392

1,734
1,948
1,960
1,976

295
351
174
294

256
282
282
268

122
82
91
6

9,906
10,172
10,497
10,806

607
621
633
640

7,195
7,372
7,619
7,823

2,103
2,179
2,244
2,344

7,840
8,030
8,076
8,239

2,890
2,888
2,886
2,894

895
906
882
899

726
737
776
802

1,202
1,260
1,304
1,335

2,127
2,239
2,229
2,308

669
664
687
779

530
538
546
583

1959—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

12..
10..
6 ..
31..

30,388
31,960
33,101
33,766

8,043
8,650
8,183
8,498

284
122
64
82

2,024
2,240
2,313
2,239

168
154
228
298

277
293
282
284

192
102
197
11

10,913
11,267
11,579
11,816

648
670
679
683

7,881
8,089
8,286
8,446

2,385
2,508
2,614
2,687

8,309
8,872
9,296
9,491

2,960
3,197
3,382
3,409

900
949
997
1,028

794
835
88 8
930

1,359
1,446
1,533
1,576

2,295
2,446
2,495
2,549

773
864
646
643

595
604
608
652

1960—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15..
15..
3 ..
31..

34,519
36,074
36,813
36,981

8,813
9,212
9,218
9,499

83
52
184
274

2,244
2,413
2,384
2,315

273
308
440
508

281
286
293
293

153 1
976
242 ! 1,085
361 I 1,031
1,147
29

12,045
12,220
12,402
12,449

681
693
692
694

8,588
8,683
8,792
8,797

2,777
2,844
2,918
2,959

9,705
10,286
10,535
10,550

3,510
3,767
3,880
3,867

1,023
1,070
1,089
1,082

946
983
1,022
1,010

1,616
1,713
1,759
1,757

2,610
2,753
2,785
2,834

625
652
656
647

679
681
689
729

1961—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12..
30..
2 7 ..
3 0 ..

37,267
37,942
38,938
39,693

9,577
9,877
9,816
10,165

344
248
164
361

2,370
2,489
2,507
2,450

359
337
459
5,1

367
400
412
438

950
307 I
59 i
986
1,060
626
1.251
116

12,561
12,788
13,029
13,242

706
719
730
738

8,820
8,964
9,160
9,258

3,034
3,105
3,140
3,245

10,540
10,855
10,941
11,132

3,840
3,918
3,913
3,949

1,066
1,088
1,086
1.094

987
1,012
1,025
1,020

1,782
1,828
1,855
1,874

2,866
3,010
3,061
3,195

648
659
676
751

756
756
753
805




922
1,056

BANKS

To farm ers

26 ..
30..
2 8 ..
28 ..

39,888
41,492
42,556
44,698

10,207
10,719
10,854
11,299

456
330
149
406

2,472
2,677
2,741
2,781

405
424
499
728

442
416
397
447

448
240
478
764

1,149
1,256
1,308
1,563

13,297
13,728
14,145
14,441

762
800
824
834

9,228
9,475
9,725
9,892

3,307
3,453
3,596
3,716

11,110
11,792
12,054
12,273

3,980
4,298
4,420
4,569

1,065
1,119
1,153
1,177

989
1,012
1,044
1,049

1,880
1,992
2,056
2,079

3,197
3,372
3,382
3,399

721
732
760
826

819
822
828
831

1963--M ar. 18..
June 2 9 ..
Dec. 2 0 ..

44,805
46,934
50,023

11,448
12,215
12,831

530
293
289

2,829
3,085
3,085

635
680
708

452
469
496

708
412
966

1,381
1,463
1,591

14,627
15,206
16,114

876
919
954

9,959
10,321
10,889

3,792
3,965
4,272

12,319
13,186
13,951

4,648
5,080
5,399

1,167
1,236
1,285

1,022
1,054
1,100

2,094
2,224
2,366

3,387
3,592
3,801

796
856
917

919
931
925

1964— June 30..
Dec. 31..

52,289
55,733

13,614
14,556

136
182

3,399
3,311

644
830

534
599

565
710

1,525
1,730

16,883
17,964

1,033
1,094

11,266
11,881

4,583
4,989

15,063
15,899

5,973
6,328

1,384
1,473

1,100
1,139

2,541
2,676

4,066
4,284

939
1,047

1,012
1,095

1965--June 30.. 59,411
Dec. 31. . 63,338

15,641
16,478

145
214

3,569
3,626

629
650

616
698

796
11,079

1,675
1,983

18,984
20,217

1,164
1,218

12,469
13,237

5,351
5,762

17,413
18,423

7,083
7,481

1,602
1,720

1,170
1,202

2,921
3,080

4,636
4,940

1,074
1,177

1,131
1,207

1966—June 30..
Dec. 31..

66,647
69,212

17,657
17,938

(2)
(*)

3,938
3,986

437
790

693
761

11,152
11,318

1,966
2,175

21,230
22,253

1,278
1,327

13,749
14,325

6,203
6,601

19,552
20,000

7,990
8,175

1,850
1,974

1,225
1,258

3,274
3,410

5,214
5,183

1,261
1,307

1,239
1,317

1967--June 30. . 72,276
Dee. 30.. 75,612

19,120
19,839

(*)
(2)

4,323
4,332

591
607

830
906

116
100

1,928
2,200

22,996
24,453

1,378
1,466

14,755
15,665

6,863
7,321

20,735
21,554

8,442
8,599

2,053
2,282

1,266
1,345

3,579
3,849

5,394
5,479

1,341
1,433

1968—June 29..
Dec. 31..

78,609
84,002

20,363
21,811

(2)
(2
)

4,610
4,493

436
720

835
969

77
119

1,899
2,147

25,647
27,164

1,581
1,585

16,336
17,252

7,730
8,327

22,721
24,154

9,144
9,641

2,454
2,696

1,350
1,414

4,078
4,378

5,695
6,024

12,977
i 3,054
i3 i4 8 5
i 3,989

1969--June 30..
Dec. 31..

89,161
92,718

22,984
23,762

(2)
(a)

4,779
4,739

460
498

963
947

104
148

2,041
2,263

28,308
28,824

1,707
1,640

18,040
18,329

8,561
8,854

25,509
26,362

10,192
10,385

2,953
3,425

1,455
1,491

4,604
4,715

6,305
6,345

i 4,014
>5,176

1,613
\ ,747

1970--June 30..
Dec. 31..

94,573
99,841

24,361
25,637

(2)
(2
)

5,088
5,052

337
524

887
828

159
239

2,139
2,648

29,127
30,005

1,674
1,951

18,419
18,790

9,034
9,264

26,858
27,585

10,390
10,292

3,899
4,276

1,481
1,518

4,767
5,006

6,321
6,493

' 5,617
>7,323

1,757
1,781

1962--M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

1,466
1,565

F o r notes see end o f Table 2.5 E.

2.5 COUNTRY MEMBER BANKS—Continued
D.

INVESTM ENTS

[In millions of dollars]
U.S. Govt, securities 1
O ther bonds,
notes, and
debentures

D irect
Notes, maturing—

Total
invest­
ments

Call dfite

Total

29
30..
2.
30

1940—Mar. 26
Dec. 31
4 ..

Sept. 2 4 ..
Dec. 31..

M arketable, m aturing—
Within
1 year

After
1 year

Total
Within
1 year

1-5

5-10

10-20

Over 20
.years

G uar­
anteed

Federal
agency

O ther

261

643
683
699
725

1,001
1,025
1,058
1,061

1,298
1,253
1,200
1,140

99
98
97
96

875
1,092

150
126

719
695
710

1,076
1,097
1,146

1,101
1,051
1,012

96
92
90

795

1,294

113

822

1,423

452

694
788
919
861

1,176
1,165
1,191
1,222

991
958
955
941

90
89
89
87

5,618
5,504
5,437
5,456

2,578
2,444
2,383
2,434

15
11

585
563

1,978
1,870

126
144

620
655

817
741

4J6
329

31

431

1,972

156

663

893

5,334
5,270
5,517

2,341
2,335
2,559

36
45

451
433

1,849
2,081

138
250

686
614

5,713
5,839
6,024
6,628

2,762
2,839
2,870
3,517

60

374

2,404

202

iio

481

2,926

228




N on­
m arket­
able

BANKS

1941—Apr.

Certifi. cates

C orpo­
rate
stock
(includ­
ing
F. R.
Bank
stock)

MEMBER

1939—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

Bills

Bonds

Secu­
rities
of
States,
etc.

COUNTRY MEMBER BANKS—Continued
D.

MEMBER

2.5

IN V ESTM EN TS-C ontinued
[In millions of dollars]

U .S. Govt, securities 1

Notes, m atunng—

Total
invest­
ments

Call date

Total

1947June 30..
Dec. 31 ..

7,004
7,737
11,380

3,950
4,878
8,598

1943--June 30 ..
Oct. 18..
Dec. 31..

14,667
17,323
17,534

11,928
15,212
14,927

1944—Aor. 13..
June 30..
Dec. 30 ..

19,238
20,071
23,610

1945--M a r. 2 0 ..
June 30 ..
Dec. 31 ..
June 2 9 ..
1946-—

Bills

Cer­
tifi­
cates

171
671

355
1,251

1,194
1,032

17,170
17,757
21,310

24,319
26,253
29,407

22,204
24,073
26,989

Dec. 31..

29,281
28,722
27,408

26,544
25,948
24,566

June 30..
Oct. 6 ..
Dec. 31 ..

25,955
26,389
26,125

22,887
23,164
22,851

197
480

1948- -A pr. 12. .
June 3 0 ..
Dec. 31. .

25,822
25,389
24,781

22,381
21,886
21,273

552
760

1949-— pr.
A
June
Nov.
Dec.

30..
1. .
31. .

24,431
24,370
25,610
25,527

20,967
20,886
21,969
21,859

630

Apr. 24. .
19S0-—
June 30..
Oct. 4. .
Dec. 30. .

25,779
25,734
25,367
25,570

21,964
21,825
21,244
21,372

1951- -Apr.

24,789
24,590
25,434
26,148

20,493
20,243
20,964
21,582

982
1,065
1,750
2,418

951
2,027
2,568

1947

1 1 ..

9 ..
June 30..
Oct. 10..
Dec. 31. .

Bonds
Marke table, m aturing—

Within
1 year

After
1 year

Total

[
Within
1 year ]

1-5

5-10

|
i

10-20

150

581

156

538

1,241
1,229
1,214

838
805
777

78
77
78

742
836

344
422

252
241

1,212
1,212
1,230

779
774
752

76
76
76

i 486
1 854

920
1,460

629
677

21
9

1,264
1,281
1,342

774
802
989

77
77
78

10,253

I 605

1,494

676

12

9,397

1 903

1,538

670

6

1,426
1,507
1,551

1,219
1,187
1,204

80
81
82

1 990

1,552

656

5

2 242

1,322

851

6

1,813
1,934
2,006

1,167
1,208
1,178

83
83
83

1,228

1,068

848
1,071

4

2,165
2,223
2,286

1,191
1,189
1,131

86

1 9S4
1 978
2 177

i.io i

1,056

4

1,053

4

2,272
2,306
2,467
2,505

1 ,104
1 ,086
1,085
1,070

87
88
89
90

976

5

2,666
2,753

92
2?
93
94
96

3,250
4,874

10,114
12,540

1,327
1,457

4, 613
4, 544

14,504
16,713

5,231

3, 696

4,020

2' 470

3,035
2,583
3,121
3,340

1,148

3,286
................
3,753

1,107
1,344
1,390

2,133
869
588

1, 368

7,091

3,094

2,096

8,705

926
882

3,362
3,466

3. 355
4,422

762
630

4,194
5,102

447
279

419
460

136
142

I 883

603

* 694

642

5,892
8,025

1 810
800
1

1,909
2,763

9,560
9,959

17,170

3,142

17,797

4,289

1, >60

17,696

4,897

8,601

2, 108

17,681

6,168

7,098

1, 868
1, 128

16,344
16,046

5,109
6,854

7,205
5 ,075

778

i e , i92

8 ,1 6 2

3,596

1 , 768

i 5 , i 89

9 ,1 3 3

2 ,6 8 0

3, 835
5, 263

14,750
13,768
13,286

9 ,2 5 7

8,131

2,431
2,495

7 ,568
7 ,4 2 0

5, 430
4, 414
4, 008

13,107
12,797
12,774
12,587

7,233
7,291
7,050

2,223
2,132
2,169

6, 404

.................
1 130
1,193

5
5

2,998

4
4
6
5

3,075
3,137
3,252
3,334

1, 20
1,110
1,114
1,127

?Ȥ
98
100

1,400
1,402
1,424

4
5
4
4

3,417
3 494
3,546
3,639

1,123
1,101
1,116
1,091

102
103
102
103

1,428
1,424
1,412
1,399

3
4
5
<

3,756
3,802
3,876
3,911

1,029
1,028
1,034
1,029

105
105
107
107

2 ,4 0 8

830

1,231

1 049
1,249

2,371

878
835
80S

1,136

1,303

1,152
1,184

834

1,157

1,355
1,362
1,376

1,144

1 380

1 ,137
1,116

57
42
44

31. .
30..
5 ..
31..

26,108
25,904
26,565
27,381

21,460
21,200
21,797
22,545

2,078
1,914
1,883
2,692

2,697
2,551
2,497
2,024

3, J97
J18
3, *58
4, 204

12,688
12,817
13,559
13,625

6,955
6,849
6,789
6,709

2 ,3 3 6

2,498
3,274
3,560

*72
933
977
1,931

1953- -Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

20 ..
30..
30. .
31. .

26,818
26,330
27,322
27,470

21,923
21,390
22,301
22,418

2,065
1,784
2,056
1,819

1,851
1,916
3,436
3,374

4, 204
4, 114
4, 745
4, 285

13,803
13,576
12,065
12,940

7,013
7,513
6,030
6,563

3,456
2,820
2,823
3.172

1 907
1 762
1 7*8
1t762

86
87

1,056
1,060
1,102
1,100

1,209
1,226

5

2,923

876
867

1952--M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.




Other

86
84
81

1,339

2,276

Federal
agency

919
929
874

1,204

279
532

G ua ranteed

1,253
1,222
1,252

1 674
1 641

3,696
5,436

Over 20
years

N on­
m arket­
able

C orpo­
rate
stock
(includ­
ing
F. R.
Bunk
stock)

797
624
574

i , i 89
2,661

657
1,240

6, 107

Secu­
rities
of
States,
etc.

Other bonds,
notes, and
debentures

BANKS

Direct

1954—Apr. 15 ..
June 30..
Oct. 7 ..
Dec. 31..

26,796
26,937
29,110
29,024

21,719
21,775
23,767
23,626

1,707
1,548
2,062
1,893

2,334
1,855
1,492
1,774

3,165
4,017
4,847
4,731

14,514
14,355
15,366
15,228

5,170
4,859
5,846
4,028

6,061
6,138
6,087
7,679

1,855
1,938
2,010
2,100

32
27
23
21

1,395
1,393
1,401
1,399

6
4
3
3

3,977
4,067
4,221
4,275

984
980
1,008
1,007

no
110
111
112

1955—Apr. 11..
June 30..
Oct. 5 ..
Dec. 31

28,574
28,006
28,313
28,397

22,936
22,318
22,525
22,567

1,487
1,261
1,599
1,774

1,233
587
523
913

5,261
5,554
5,508
5,056

14,955
14,916
14,895
14,825

3,851
3,783
3,825
4,740

7,528
7,592
7,527
6,726

2,112
2,084
2,076
1,902

75
70
94
89

1,389
1,387
1,372
1,368

3
3
3
3

4,412
4,458
4,555
4,581

1,108
1,111
1,112
1,127

116
117
118
119

1956—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

10..
30 ..
2 6 ..
31 ..

27,535
27,035
27,627
28,080

21,622
21,072
21,59!
22,033

1,265
1,267
1,579
2,362

814
489
858
792

4,844
4,688
4,660
4,458

14,699
14,628
14,493
14,420

4,716
4,791
5,006
7,683

6,820
6,763
6,413
3,724

1,915
1,895
1,916
1,916

77
75
75
73

1,171
1,104
1,083
1,024

3
4
4
4

4,663
4,731
4,790
4,827

1,125
1,105
liin
1,088

122
123
125
127

1957—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

14..
6 ..
11..
31..

27,777
27,782
28,585
28,629

21,533
21,405
22,054
21,811

1,914
1,920
2,268
2,226

929
1,326
1,960
1,909

4,246
3,910
3,691
3,857

14,444
14,248
14,135
13,819

7,844
7,878
8,469
8,532

3,638
3,590
3,116
2,773

1,878
1,914
1,746
1,768

74
72
67
66

1,009
792
737
680

4
4
4
4

4,968
5,109
5,263
5,365

1,142
1,134
1,131
1,316

130
131
132
133

1958—Mar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4. .
23 ..
24 ..
31..

28,292
29,288
30,450
31,254

21,360
21,997
22,940
23,603

1,752
1,409
1,825
2,475

1,385
1,465
2,202
2,306

3,718
3,852
4,028
4,495

14,506
15,272
14,885
14,327

8,249
7,259
8,243
7,780

3,651
5,283
3,869
3,988

1,815
1,875
1,912
1,699

123
185
190
196

667
669
671
663

4
3
3
3

5,440
5,775
6,038
6,181

1,351
1,375
1,329
1,326

137
138
140
141

1959—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

12. .
10..
6 ..
31 ..

30,861
30,288
30,212
30,316

23,199
22,577
22,384
22,531

1,952
1,642
2,046
2,381

2,161
1,622
874
863

4,757
5,023
5,541
5,751

14,329
14,290
13,924
13,536

8,826
8,769
8,561
8,464

2,927
2,907
3,221
3,316

1,713
1,749
1,339
1,116

211
214
207
195

652
652
597
446

3
5
4
4

6,250
6,392
6,480
6,452

1,266
1,168
1,195
1,179

1960—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15..
15..
3 ..
31..

29,996
29,353
29,720
30,909

22,151
21,552
21,840
22,842

1,731
1,329
1,913
2,817

602
807
995
888

5,992
5,928
6,591
7, 240

13,826
13,489
12,342
11,897

9,926
9,712
8.477
7,<>97

2,331
2,259
2,325
2,423

944
914
903
903

181
191
278
225

444
414
359
349

4
4
5
6

6,537
6,565
6,712
6,752

1,148
1,072
1,001
1,144

1961—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12..
30..
27 ..
30. .

31,239
31,196
32,794
33,438

22,852
22,575
23,906
24,371

2,511
2,228
3,474
3,614

580
737
524
566

1,665
1,853
2,101
2,858

5,970
5,853
6,288
6,702

12,126
11,904
11,519
10,631

1,811
2,187
1,807
781

5,270
5,027
5,294
6,070

3,709
3,390
3,155
2,566

1 ,001
971
936
971

335
329
326
241

30
33
35
36

7,042
7,220
7,410
7,530

803
868
960
1,019

341
328
307
302

171
172
175
179

1962—M ar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

26. .
30 ..
28 ..
28 ..

33,395
33,528
35,203
35,926

24,080
23,800
24,911
25,380

3,071
2,667
3,493
4,144

1,047
1,075
1,049
1,223

3,013
3,823
2,057
1,852

6,180
5,582
6,782
6,997

10,769
10,653
11,530
11,164

751
353
1,259
890

5,241
5,341
4,503
4,881

3,561
3,806
5,051
4,786

987
932
504
447

229
221
213
160

37
43
41
45

7,785
8,146
8,532
8,694

1,002
1,059
1,225
1,296

306
290
302
316

185
189
191
194

1963—M ar. 18..
June 2 9 ..
Dec. 2 0 ..

35,641
36,019
37,293

24,794
24,461
24,751

3,718
3,112
3,822

1,085
1,106
573

1,231
1,773
2,398

7,537
7,078
6,133

11,224
11,392
11,825

787
605
471

4,078
4,332
5,464

5,605
5, 695
5,158

600
609
587

154
151
145

25
36
46

9,099
9,692
10,385

1,213
1,306
1,596

310
321
308

200
203
208

1964— June 30..
Dec. 31. .

36,048
38,026

23,154
24,283

2,749
4,209

15

2,302
2,787

6,427
4,419

11,661
12,867

689
638

5,254
6,510

5,005
5,222

574
367

139
130

64
57

10,808
11,531

1,460
1,612

347
320

216
222

1965—June 30..
Dec. 31. .

37,632
40,023

22,663
23,735

2,932
4,389

2,666
2,810

3,184
2,756

13,881
14,049

517
1,055

7,089
7,451

5,749
5,099

401
390

125
55

34
49

12,637
13,805

1,786
2,003

282
479

231

1966—June 30..
Dec. 31..

39,653
40,877

21,709
22,419

2,431
3,544

376
247

2,491
2,770

3,072
3,147

13,606
13,034

505
521

7,534
8,034

5,120
4,035

395
395

52
49

50
63

14,849
15,473

2,613
2,493

481
492

1967—June 30..
Dec. 30 ..

42,288
47,515

21,557
24,689

2,512
4,168

194

1,583
2,133

4,331
5,660

13,181
13,050

770
1,793

8,351
8,277

3,590
2,479

424
458

46
43

88
96

16,927
18,338

3,184
3,846

620
642

1968—June 2 9 ..
Dec. 31 ..

47,756
51,362

23,469
24,998

2,188

2,497

7,101

11,970

1,888

7,055

2,539

449

39

93

19,607
21,269

4,020
4,418

660
678

1969—June 3 0 ..
Dec. 31 ..

49,138
48,568

21,686
21,278

1,688

1,784

8,610

9,937

2,751

6,375

295

481

35

54

22,559
22 572

4,230
4 057

661
aa i

1970—June 30 ..
Dec. 31 ..

48,521
54,726

19,999
22,586

1,472

4,252

7,883

6,709

895

5,301

107

377

29

127

23,667
26,079

4,145
5 196

710

157
159
162
164

BANKS




144
147
149
151

MEMBER

For notes see end of Table 2.5 E.

‘

MEMBER

2.5 COUNTRY MEMBER BANKS — Continued
E.

D EPO SITS

[In millions o f dollars]
Time

D em and

Call date

Total
de­
posits

Interbank
j

Total
IP C

I Foreign I
1. govt.
I and j
r other
!

12,733
12,943
13,427
13,762

6,953
7,113
7,584
7,884

5,087
5,272
5,736
5,896

!

1940—M ar. 2 6 .....................
June 2 9 .....................
Dec. 3 1 .....................

13,854
13,950
15,132

7,882
7,921
9,003

5,832
5,960
6,846

1941— Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

4 .....................
3 0 .....................
24 ........ ............
3 1 .....................

15,319
15,799
16,532
17,415

9,109
9,545
10,215
11,127

6 886
7,282
7,805
8,500

^ 1942— Apr. 4 .....................
ts>
June 3 0 .....................
N>
Dec. 3 1 .....................

17,253
17,996
22,459

11,102
11,753
15,869

8,376
9,141
11,989

1943—June 3 0 .....................
Oct. 18.....................
Dec. 3 1 .....................

25,047
28,177
28,414

17,959
20,658
20,593

13,604
14,336
15,561

1944—..........Apr. 13..........
June 3 0 .....................
Dee. 3 0 .....................

29,532
31,248
35,871

21,261
22,547
25,975

15,677
15,609
18,350

1945— Mar. 2 0 .....................
June 3 0 .....................
Dec. 31.....................

35,900
38,798
43,418

25,363
27,542
30,907

19,014
18,945
21,797

1946

June 2 9 .....................
Sept. 3 0 .....................
Dec. 31.....................

43,049
43,342
43,066

29,515
29,441
28,996

22,594
23,536
245128

1947. June 3 0 .....................
O ct. 6 . ...................
Dec. 3 1 .....................

42,133
43,876
44,443

27,659
29,257
29,866

1948* Apr. 12.....................
June 3 0 .....................
Dec. 3 1 .....................

43,914
43,903
45,102

1949—A pr. 11.....................
June 3 0 .....................
Nov. 1 .....................
Dec. 3 1 .....................
1950 Apr. 2 4 .....................
June 30.....................
Oct. 4 .....................
Dcc. 3 0 ....................

s

1

2 9 .....................
3 0 .....................
2 .....................
3 0 .....................

State i
and '1 U.S.
local
Govt.
govt, f

1939— Mar.
June
Oct.
Dec.




Dom estic
and
officers’
checks,
etc.

M utual
sa rings

1

35
37
33

29
29
29

I.

142
143
145
146

31
31
30
31

31
30
32
30

1.
1

145
143
140

30
31
32

27
27
20

1.
J.
1.
1

»

148
146
149

37
51
56

17
16
17

*.

52
52
57

15
15
14

!.

j

156
157
175

10,279
10,981
12,224

181
207
219

56
54
52

21
14
17

.
!.
.

13,534
13,901
14,070

13,226
13,577
13,727

242
254
272

48
54
55

18
17
17

\

8
7
7

14,475
14,619
14,576

14,101
14,229
14,177

308
324
337

49
50
45

17
17
17

814
798
943

8
9
8

14,872
14,900
14,781

14,456
14,473
14,369

354
364
350

46
49
49

15
14
13

.

427
462
477
579

796
762
868
979

8
8
10
9

14,906
14,895
14,886
14,774

14,453
14,433
14,406
14,289

385
383
394
400

56
67
73
73

12
12
13
13

.
.
.

493
549
558
715

844
850
894
1,111

8
9
10
10

15,060
15.076
14,947
14,877

14,544
14,555
14,414
14,339

429
434
444
443

74
75
76
82

13
12
13
12

.
.
.
.

568
538
633

1 269
1,269
1,341
1,370

^
1
J
‘

114
151
168
225

163
190
169
239

677
652
734
790

1,473 (
1,429
1,558 !

269
237
1,090

202
196
272

782
747
957

1,619 1
1.590
1,727 |

1,527
3,512
1,962

277
271
344

928
945
994

1 ,7 6 1 ;

1,743 :
1,868 |

2,601
3,926
4,230

288
314
369

929
951
1,149

1,959
1,939
2,004 i

2,952
5,195
5,465

361
346
435

1,068
1,108
1,199

2,269
2,328 :
2,391 1

3,194
2,155
877

453
441
524

23,380
24,528
25,203

2,511 i
2,487 1
2,647 :

424
794
432

451
435
528

885
1,006
1,049

29,042
29,003
30,321

24,136
24,161
25,248

2,772
2,839
2,925 ,

844
680
688

468
516
510

44,050
43,422
44,952
45,534

29,144
28,528
30,066
30,759

24,135
23,767
24,890
25,337

2,937
3,009
3,060
3,058 ,

842
520
762
797

45,357
45,888
46,753
48,897

30,297
30,812
31,806
34,020

24,949
25,122
26,400
27,980

3,136
3,246
3,116
3,282

866
1,036
828
922

|
j
1

5,757
5,816
5,917

2
2

6 210
6,254
6,317
6,288

6,006
6,049
6,110
6,082

3
4

6,151
6.242
6.589

5,948
6,042
6,397

4
4
5

7,088
7,519
7,821

6,886
7,306
7,599

6
5
8

8,271
8,702
9,896

8,048
8,477
9,650

8
8
8

10,537
11,256
12.511

8
8
8

997
972
1,067

l
!
3

5,972
6,029
6,129

j
i

151
147
150

m
164
187

2
2

1

f

Com- 1 Foreign
M utual ; mersavings s cial j
|

J

147
143
151

2

5,557
5,619
5,632
5,677

j

25
26
27
26

1,205 i
!
M 15 ]
1,184

i

!
5,780
5,830
5,843
5,878

Dom estic

46
40
35
35

438
439
511
571

!

State
:
1Foreign f and
t O ther
govt. , local
Savings ^ tim e
and " govt.
other

U.S.
G ovt.
and
postal
savings

153
145
148
140

114
135
131
172

j

i

»

137
136
133
154

1
|
i
|

Total

J Com- j Foreign
mer- !]
-cial j

1,176 1
1,130
1,073
1,090

i

Interbank

IPC

Certi-

BANKS

f

IPC

2
2
\

1
j
j

:
i
1...............
!

1

!
;
!

|
i

1

■

'i
;
l
1
I

I.

.
f.
.
j.
L
.

!.

•
.
.
.

•

1951—Apr. 9 .....................
June 3 0 .....................
Oct. 10.....................
Dec. 3 1 .....................

47,940
47,877
50,001
52,288

32,995
32,764
34,615
36,744

26,646
26,562
28,601
30.234

3,286 I
3,404 !
3,336 j
3,554 |

1,523
1,248
1,032
876

1952

M ar.
June
Sept
Dec.

3 1 .....................
3 0 .....................
5 .....................
3 1 .....................

50,841
51,571
52,431
55,175

35,034
35,485
36,130
38,578

28,360
28,616
29,639
31.473

3,666
3,708 1
3,603 |
3,772 !

1,297
1,384
1,194
1,267

1953

Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

2 0 .....................
3 0 .....................
3 0 ....................
3 1 .....................

53,670
53,606
54,756
56,740

36,702
36,355
37,222
39,035

29.802
29,810
30,193
31,636

3,922
3,885
3,868
4,063

1,168
932
1,429
1,216

1954—Apr. 15.....................
June 3 0 .....................
Oct. 7 .....................
Dec. 3 1 .....................

55,351
55,943
57,770
59,360

37,245
37,464
38,922
40,551

29,959
29,898
31,244
32,736

4,321
4,261
4,068
4,263

1955—Apr. 11.....................
June 3 0 .....................
Oct. 5 .....................
Dec. 3 1 .....................

58,501
58,594
59,596
61,636

39,533
39,355
40,181
42,246

32,177
31,487
32,765
34.235

1956—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

10.....................
3 0 .....................
2 6 .....................
31.....................

60,364
60,591
61,129
64,289

40,651
40,605
40,909
43,950

195 7 -M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

14.....................
6 .....................
11.....................
3 1 .....................

61,841
62,192
64,501
65,991

to 1958— Mar. 4 .....................
June 2 3 .....................
Sept. 2 4 .....................
Dec. 31.....................

583
626
551
783

947
913
1,085
1,285

10
11
10
11

14,944
15,114
15,386
15,543

14,396
14,526
14,788
14,914

449
480
471
491

87
96
113
125

12
12
1
1

1
1
1

650
705
629
777

1,048
1,060
1,053
1,278

13
12
13
11

15,807
16,087
16,301
16,597

15,157
15,413
15,621
15,908

503
521
526
525

134
141
142
152

1
1
12
1

1
1
1

763
664
820

1,037
1,049
1,055
1,288

11
11
12
12

16,968
17,251
17,535
17,704

16,277
16,531
16,810
16,921

528
553
557
615

151
154
154
153

1
1
1
1

1

1,069
1,362
1,635
1,271

739
720
654
795

1,145
1,212
1,311
1,469

13
11
11
17

18,106
18,479
18,848
18,809

17,261
17,553
17,850
17,826

677
759
815
799

151
148
162
163

16
15
17
19

1
3
3
3

4,191
4,433
4,293
4,425

1,085
1,339
1,057
1,061

785
831
775
1,020

1,282
1,249
1,277
1,488

13
15
15
17

18,968
19,239
19,414
19,390

17,977
18,232
18,390
18,371

813
830
850
844

158
158
156
157

18
16
16
16

3
3
3
2

33,012
32,383
33,088
35.473

4,390
4,581
4,399
4,538

1,116
1,372
1,361
1,160

769
934
805
1,183

1,348
1,321
1,243
1,580

16
15
15
16

19,713
19,986
20,219
20,339

18,640
18,950
19,182
19,324

906
871
875
847

150
148
145
146

15
15
15
15

2
2
2
7

40,775
40,568
42,075
43,545

33,381
32,635
34,249
35,029

4,533
4,740
4,448
4,669

711
1,097
1,217
1,181

860
835
769
1,027

1,275
1,243
1,374
1,621

14
18
17
18

21,066
21,624
22,427
22,447

19,981
20,491
21,312
21,366

912
962
956
928

143
142
138
135

24
23
14
13

7
7
7
5

64,101
65,741
66,877
70,277

41,007
41,425
41,892
45,103

33,138
32,573
33,854
36,498

4,714
4,769
4,610
4,819

969
1,857
1,197
1,175

811
943
862
1,032

1,358
1,267
1,355
1,565

17
15
14
13

23,093
24,315
24,985
25,174

21,897
22,811
23,481
23,755

1,047
1,331
1,328
1,250

130
135
131
132

14
33
39
31

5
5
5
5

I
i

j
!

.

668

68,070
69,175
70,790
72,323

42,583
43,061
44,430
45,942

34.802
35,150
35,823
37,003

4,682 I
4,718
4,841
4,972

846 i
950
1,407 I
1,508

938
944
970
857

1,302
1,281
1,373
1,578

14
19
16
24

25,488
26,114
26,360
26,380

24,047
24,620
25,039
25,146

1,282
1,320
1,155
1,077

125
140
137
132

29
28
20
16

5
6
8
8

I960— Mar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

15.....................
15.....................
3 .....................
3 1 .....................

71,597
72,222
73,489
76,004

44,337
44,490
44,736
46,956

35,686
36,014
37,598

4,923
4,986
5,083

1,951
1,725
1,783

616
631
593
713

1,296
1,285
1,399
1,755

15
14
18
23

27,260
27,732
28,753
29,048

25,910
26,289
27,125
27,327

1,192
1.290
1,467
1,562

132
127
127
122

18
17
22
27

8
9
12
10

1961—Apr.
June
Sept.
Dec.

12.....................
3 0 .....................
2 7 .....................
3 0 .....................

74,797
75,407
77,306
81,646

44,614
44,549
45,906
49,777

36,792
35,525
36,490
40,091

2
6
6
4

4,842
5,226
5,008
5,320

877
1,730
2,423
1,641

607
657
556
796

161
149
152
171

1,314
1,243
1,257
1,739

20
14
15
15

30,183
30,858
31,400
31,869

25,432
25,843
26,183
26,749

2,854
3,104
3,253
3,079

4
5
6
6

1,736
1,752
1,810
1,891

117
116
112
108

3
5
5
5

30
29
28
29

6
3
4
3

1962— Mar.
June
Sept.
Dec.

2 6 .....................
3 0 .....................
2 8 .....................
2 8 .....................

79,061
81,577
84,178
87,342

45,484
46,727
48,197
50,599

36,425
36,656
37,961
40,795

3
4
3
7

5,093
5,261
5,398
5,337

1,940
2,601
2,623
1,931

570
676
618
756

155
171
148
173

1,283
1,342
1,427
1,580

14
17
17
19

33,577
34,851
35,981
36,744

27,028
27,609
28,257
28,835

4,270
4,923
5,389
5,506

6
8
7
9

2,125
2,158
2,178
2,242

103
104
102
100

7
8
7
8

35
37
38
41

2
3
3
2

1963—Mar. 18.....................
June 2 9 .....................
Dec. 2 0 .....................

86,513
89,470
92,759

48,411
50,039
52,010

38,866
38,697
41,872

5
4
4

5,456
5,610
5,590

1,752
3,332
1,960

700
755
790

172
177
166

1,440
1,440
1,597

19
25
29

38,102
39,431
40,749

29,396
30,155
30,673

6,043
6,481
7,146

7
10
11

2,504
2,631
2,778

97
94
86

13
17
12

42
42
43

1
1
1

1964—June 3 0 ..................... 94,733
Dec. 3 1 ..................... 101,581

51,881
56,340

40,736
45,292

4
6

5,674
6,031

2,872
1,760

856
1,068

194
187

1,511
1,954

34
41

42,853
45,240

31,695
33,007

8,044
8,756

11
40

2,956
3,283

83
83

14
9

48
52

2
10

1965—June 3 0 ..................... 103,304
Dec. 3 1 ..................... 110,738

54.847
58,990

42,805
47,611

5
4

6,010
6,360

3,222
1,501

979
1,143

191
241

1,593
2,076

41
54

48,457
51,748

34,828
36,782

9,870
10,709

40
42

3,566
4,064

81
77

7
9

56
57

9
8

1966—June 3 0 ..................... 112,702
Dec. 3 1 ..................... 118,320

57,749
60,537

44,917
48,701

5
4

6,781
6,805

3,052
1,474

1,082
1,161

196
197

1,664
2,138

52
57

54,953
57,783

37,304
37,328

13,398
16,026

43
30

4,071
4,260

74
71

5

50
46

10
17




6

BANKS

12.....................
10.....................
6 .....................
3 1 .....................

MEMBER

1959—M ar.
June
Oct.
Dec.

MEMBER

2.5

COUNTRY MEMBER BANKS— Continued
E.

D EPO SITS—Continued
[In millions o f dollars]

Demand

Time

Call date

IPC

Foreign
govt.
and
other

State
and
local
govt.

U.S.
Govt.

C erti­
fied
and
officers*
checks,
etc.

IPC

Interbank

Domestic
Total
Com*
M utual I mersavings
cial

Foreign

Savings

Other
time

BANKS

Interbank

IPC
Total
de­
posits

Foreign
govt.
and
other

State
and
local
govt.

U.S.
Govt.
and
postal
savings

Domestic
C om ­
m er­
cial

Foreign

M utual
savings

1967-

121,436
Dec. 30................... 131,773

58,383
65,491

46,667
52,620

4
4

7,064
7,142

1,380
1,564

1,221
1,395

210 I 1,795
2,390
318

42
57

63,053
66,281

37,893
39,308

19,881
21,482

44
40

5,054
5,272

75
83

23
6

75
77

8
13

1968=

133,435
Dec. 31................... 145.287

63,252
70,698

50,452
57,259

6
4

7,382
7,703

1,811
1,281

1,343
1,612

230
233

1.977
2,549

51
58

70,183
74,589

39,674
40,120

24,899
28,173

35
56

5,395
6,043

78
86

14
7

73
94

15
11

1969-

144,327
Dec. 31................... 148,579

67,524
72,753

54,427
58,297

4
7

7,490
7,905

1,447
1,671

1,641
1,721

225
281

2,240
2,799

49
72

76,803
75,826

39,670
39,022

31,141
31,709

41
37

5,776
4,920

88
54

5
21

74
60

7
2

1970=

148,452
Dec. 31.................... 162.288

68,929
75,785

54,584
59,978

3
4

7,670
8,045

2,259
2,592

1,650
1,779

236
241

2,471
3,078

56
68

79,523
86,502

39,084
40,752

34,075
37,569

48
49

6,176
7,885

60
112

9
21

58
113

14

GENERAL NOTES TO TABLES 2.1 TH ROUGH 2.5:
i—
*
Beginning June 30, 1969, figures take into account the
IO following changes made effective as o f that date: (1) inclusion
of consolidated reports (including figures for all bankpremises subsidiaries and other significant majority-owned
domestic subsidiaries) and (2) reporting o f figures for total
loans and for individual categories o f securities on a gross
basis-=thot is, before deduction o f valuation reserves—
rather than as previously reported.
Beginning June 30,1969. a small member bank in the Virgin
Islands, and through June 30, 1970, a small bank engaged
exclusively in trust business, have been excluded.




NOTES TO SPEC IFIC PARTS O F TA BLES:
Pari “ C ” of all tables:

P a rt “D " of all tables:

1The following tabulation shows, for each class o f m ember bank, the
am ounts, (in millions o f dollars) of Federal funds and o f securities pur­
chased under agreements to resell that have been included in various loan
items:

1 Beginning with Dec. 31, 1965, com ponents shown a t par
rather than a t book value; they do not add to the total (shown
a t book value) and are not com parable with earlier figures.

Reserve city member banks
Date

All
member

New
York
City

Chi­
cago

Included in "‘loans to banks":
1965—Dec. 31......... . . .
1966—June 30......... . . .
Dec. 31......... . . .

1,861
1,772
2,119

412
134
109

72
no
31

Other

C oun­
try

Federal Funds
471
526
817

905
1,002
1,161

Included in ‘"other loans":
Federal funds
and securities purchased under agreements to resell
1967 ’June
Dec.
1968—
June
Dec.
1969—June
Dec.
1970—June
Dec.

30...............
30...............
3 0 ........
31 ...............
30...............
31 ...............
30...............
31...............

3,377
3,438
4,041
5,550
5,444
7,356
8,267
12,677

423
415
556
747
992
802
553
774

192
266
192
312
207
215
383
475

1,168
1,219
1,422
2,197
1,997
3,020
3,473
6,007

1,594
1,538
1.871
2.295
2,248
3,318
3,858
5,420

2 Beginning with June 30, 1966, loans to farm ers guaranteed by the CCC
are classified as securities (“ Federal agency” under “ O ther bonds, notes,
and debentures”).

Section 3

INSURED BANKS
Contents
IN T R O D U C T IO N ________________ ____127
B A C K G R O U N D IN F O R M A T IO N
A N D SOURCES O F DATA_______

127

TA B U LA R G R O U P IN G S A N D
C O V ER A G E_______________________128




125

Tables

3.1

3.2

Insured Commercial Banks, June and December Call Dates, 1939-70
A. Total Assets and N um ber of Banks.................................................................... ........ 130
B. Total Liabilities_____________________________ ___________________ _— ___ 132
C. Loans_________________________________________________________— ...134
D. Investments______________ __ _________________________________ _____—_ 136
_
E. Deposits__________________________________________________________ ____ 138
Insured M utual Savings Banks, June and December Call Dates, 1939-70
A. Principal Assets________________________________________________ _______
140
B. Principal Liabilities and Num ber of Banks_______________________ _—
..... 141




126

INSURED BANKS

Section 3

INTRODUCTION
M ost of the series for insured banks, pre­
sented in this section, are the same as, or sim­
ilar to, those for mem ber banks, as described
in Section 2. F o r details concerning the series

presented in this section, readers may there­
fore find it helpful to refer to the text of
Section 2. The m aterials shown below are
largely of a background nature.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION AND SOURCES OF DATA
All mem ber banks of the Federal Reserve
System, both national and State, have their de­
posits insured by the FDIC. Nonm em ber banks
are adm itted to insurance upon application to
and approval by the Corporation. The maxi­
mum am ount of insurance for each deposit
account has been raised from time to time since
the Corporation was created. A t the end of
1970 the maximum was $20,000.1
Call reports are required by law to be rend­
ered by national banks to the Com ptroller of

Statistics of assets and liabilities of insured
banks, based on tabulations of so-called “call
report” data at semiannual intervals, provide
detailed inform ation for the largest coverage of
banks now reporting on a com parable basis.
Detailed figures by States and by m ajor classes
of insured banks were published by the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corporation (F D IC ) for
end-of-June and end-of-December dates for the
period June 1934 through December 1968 in a
report entitled Assets and Liabilities of Oper­
ating Insured Banks. Beginning with June
1969, the report was expanded to .cover all
commercial and mutual savings banks, and it is
entitled Assets and Liabilities— Commercial
and M utual Savings Banks.




1 In late 1974 the maximum for individual accounts
and for demand accounts o f public units was raised
to $40,000, and full insurance for time and savings
accounts up to $100,000 was approved for public
units.
127

Insured Banks
the Currency and by State member banks of
the Federal Reserve System to their respective
Federal Reserve Banks at least three times a
year.2 Insured nonmember banks are required
to submit reports of condition at such times as
the FD IC may request; since its inauguration
the Corporation has always called for at least
two such reports each year, as of June and
December. In recent years all three regulatory
agencies have requested spring and fall calls
in addition to those for m idyear and year-end.
The F D IC combines summary figures for
national banks and State member banks of the
Federal Reserve System with corresponding

summary figures compiled by the Corporation
from the reports of insured nonm em ber banks,
thus arriving at the aggregate statistics covering
all insured banks.3 The compilation is facili­
tated by the fact that the forms of call reports
prescribed for national banks, State member
banks, and insured nonmember banks are sub­
stantially the same.4

2 A ll S tate b anks a n d tru st com panies in th e D is­
tric t o f C o lu m b ia, w hether in su re d o r n o ninsured, are
re q u ire d to subm it re p o rts o f co n d itio n to the C o m p ­
tro lle r o f th e C u rre n cy . In ad d itio n , th o se th a t are
m em b ers o f the F e d e ra l R eserve System a re req u ired
to su b m it c o n d itio n re p o rts to th e F e d e ra l R eserve
B ank o f R ichm ond.

3 T h e C o m p tro lle r o f the C u rre n cy sum m arizes
th e c o n d itio n re p o rts o f n a tio n a l banks, a n d the
B o ard o f G o v e rn o rs of th e F e d e ra l R eserve System
su m m arizes th o se o f S tate m em b e r banks.
4T h e F D IC provides a special fo rm o f re p o rt fo r
insured m u tu a l savings b an k s th a t are not m em bers
of th e F e d e ra l R eserve System . H ow ever, m u tu a l sav­
ings b anks th a t a re m em b ers o f th e F e d e ra l R eserve
System subm it re p o rts o n the sam e fo rm as insured
com m ercial banks. D u rin g 1941, th ree m u tu a l sav­
ings b anks becam e m em b ers o f th e F e d e ra l R eserve
System . T h e th re e re m a in e d m em bers un til 1960,
w hen o n e o f th em w ithdrew fro m m em bership.
A n o th e r w ithdrew in 1961, a n d the la st o n e in 1962.

TABULAR GROUPINGS AND COVERAGE
Table 3.1 of this section shows data for all
insured commercial banks, corresponding to
those shown for all member banks in Tables
2.1-2.5 of Section 2 of this publication. Table
3.2 summarizes data for insured mutual sav­
ings banks. The statistics include the assets and
liabilities of any insured banks in U.S. posses­
sions. On December 31, 1970, there were nine
insured banks in the possessions; one was a
national bank in the Virgin Islands, and— like
other national banks— it was a member of the
Federal Reserve System. It should be noted




that whereas the assets and liabilities of these
banks are included in the figures given in this
section, they are excluded from the figures for
insured commercial and mutual savings banks
given in Section 1, Table 1.6. Their exclusion
does not appreciably affect the aggregates for all
insured banks, because the nine banks in the
possessions had total assets of only $3.7 billion
at the end of 1970, or a little m ore than Vz
of 1 per cent of the total for all insured banks.
Additional statistics relating to insured banks
are given in Sections 1 and 6.

128

INSURED

3.1 INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS, 1939-70
A.

TOTAL ASSETS AND NUMBER OF BANKS
(Assets in millions o f dollars]

Call date

Balances with—

Investments

Total
assets
Total

Loans
Total

U.S.
! Other
G ovt.
securities
securities

Reserve
with
F. R.
Banks

Currency
and
coin

Domes­
tic
banks

Foreign
banks

Cash
items

B ank
prem­
ises.
etc.

O ther
real
estate

c
Cus­
tom ers’
liability

Other
assets

N um ber
of
banks

accept­
ances

1939-—
June 30............
Dec. 30.............

59.426
63,147

38,033
39,294

16,040
16,866

21,993
22,428

15,038
15,567

6,955
6,860

10,011
11,604

918
1,067

6,142
7,319

44
25

2,239
1,861

1,107
1,091

610
566

104
110

217
210

13,569
13,535

1940—Jane 29............
Dec. 31............

65,589
70,720

39,836
42,561

17,014
18.397

22,821
24.163

15,901
17,064

6,920
7,099

13,751
13,992

984
1,235

7,540
8,204

16
12

1,573
2,847

1,081
1,071

507
463

81
84

221
251

13,480
13,438

1941--June 30............
Dec. 31............

72,984
76,827

46,192
49,294

19,913
21,262

26,279
28,032

19,371
21,047

6,908
6,985

12,959
12,396

1,243
1,359

8,299
8,574

10
11

2,489
3,453

1,067
1,061

429
370

79
73

218
237

13,423
13,430

1942--June 30............
Dec. 31............

78,710
95,459

52,649
66,251

19,922
18,906

32,726
47,344

25,936
40,712

6,790
6,632

12,295
13,072

1,291
1,307

8,106
9,085

13
13

2,678
4,117

1,060
1,048

339
301

59
41

219
226

13,403
13,347

1943--June 30............
Dec. 31............

102,405
112,246

75,282
83,522

17,392
18,843

57,890
64,678

51,542
58,694

6,348
5,985

12,092
12,834

1,450
1,447

8,436
8,451

19
20

3,540
4,438

1,023
994

257
207

54
45

252
287

13,302
13,274

1944—June 30............
Dec. 30............

122,647
134,613

93,960
103,408

20,732
21,355

73,228
82,053

67,104
75,896

6,124
6,157

12,812
14,260

1,468
1,626

8,785
9,797

18
17

4,108
4,047

972
940

172
139

52
63

302
317

13,269
13,268

1945--June 30............
Dec. 31............

143,457
152,582

112,380
121,835

23,379
25,769

89,001
96,067

82,422
88,933

6,579
7,133

14,806
15,810

1,477
1,832

9,967
11,082

24
24

3,384
5,555

918
903

116
100

41
66

342
375

13,282
13,302

1946—June 2 9 ...........
Dec. 31............

150,743
147,365

117,438
112,208

26,796
30,740

90,642
81,468

82,998
73,575

7,644
7,893

15,999
16,013

1,473
2,015

9,109
9,489

34
57

5,237
6,130

900
902

92
85

92
118

368
346

13,335
13,359

1947--June 30............
Dec. 31............

144,373
152,773

110,712
114,304

33,258
37,592

77,454
76,712

69,155
67,960

8.299
8,752

16,039
17,796

1,806
2,148

8,504
9,742

35
26

5,814
7,225

914
936

83
80

87
143

378
373

13,391
13,403

1948--June 30.............
Dec. 31............

147,244
I52,163

111,823
112,317

39,382
41,979

72,441
70,339

63,507
61,407

8,933
3,932

17,355
20,404

2,065
1,941

8,244
8,955

23
30

6,020
6,768

967
999

82
80

193
180

471
489

13,420
13.419

1949—June 30 ............
Dec. 3 1 ............

147,216
155,319

111,779
118.323

40,535
42,499

71.243
75,824

61,988
65,847

9,255
9,977

17,807
16,428

2,039
1,988

7,786
9,476

18
42

6,083
7,288

1,028
1,046

90
93

135
171

453
464

13,423
13,436

1950—June 30 ............
Dec. 3 0 ...........

154,701
166,792

119,977
125,007

44,379
51,809

75,598
73,198

64,609
61,047

10,989
12,151

15,863
17,458

1,815
2,165

8,378
10,481

51
142

6,799
9,619

1,071
1,109

107
110

175
217

466
484

13,449
13,446

J951--June 30............
Dec. 31............

163,351
177,449

124,327
131,044

54,408
57,371

69,919
73,673

57,482
60,599

12,437
13,074

18,945
19,911

1,863
2,686

8,679
11,598

120
49

7,400
9,998

1,155
1,193

116
123

239
330

508
518

13,451
13,455

1952--Ju n e 30............
Dec. 31............

175,339
186,682

132,788
140,105

58,861
63,824

73,927
76,280

60,186
62,408

13,741
13,872

19,331
19,809

2,384
2,750

9,964
11,521

40
75

8,599
10,144

1,249
1,291

122
123

290
329

573
535

13,450
13,439

1953--June 30............
Dec. 31............

179,586
J91,063

136,485
144,118

64,723
67,266

71,761
76,851

57,766
62,473

13,995
14-379

19,446
19,995

2,586
2,508

9,917
11,764

59
64

8,822
10,148

1,344
1,392

127
128

279
378

521
569

13,435
13,432

1954--June 30............
Dec. 31............

188,643
200,588

144,800
154,483

67,011
70,341

77,789
84,142

62,561
68,121

15,228
16.021

18,924
18,734

2,652
2,471

10,724
11,887

62
118

8,879
10,024

1,450
1,523

121
124

362
583

669
641

13,400
13 f 323

1955--June 3 0 ..........
Dec. 31............

197,566
209,145

153,882
159,601

74,931
82,360

78,951
77,240

62,454
60,877

16,498
16,364

17,941
18.721

2,683
2,684

10,274
11,778

102
98

9,765
13,279

1,602
1,700

142
154

440
427

734
703

13,287
13,237




BANKS

Loans and investments

1956—June 30............
Dec. 31............

204,252
216,145

158,818
164,090

86,691
90,143

72,127
73,947

55,941
57,958

16,185
15,990

18,232
18,706

2,276
3,270

10,573
12,529

66
60

11,067
13,879

1,802
1,894

164
176

488
709

766
832

13,229
13,218

1957--June 6 ..............
Dec. 31............

207,182
221,534

163,528
169,131

90,913
93,801

72,615
75,330

56,072
57,686

16,542
17,644

18,500
18,972

2,748
3,346

9,549
12,117

74
78

8,927
13,707

1,998
2,096

193
219

757
988

908
881

13,211
13,165

19S8--June 23............
Dec. 31............

226,624
237,473

178,881
184,188

95,487
98,132

83,394
86,057

63,592
65,789

19,802
20,267

18,568
18,426

3,028
3,259

10,722
12,399

106
114

10,906
14,594

2,229
2,322

239
249

957
855

988
1,067

13,144
13,124

1959-—
June 10............
Dec. 31............

232,487
243,423

185,140
189,277

103,282
110,695

81,858
78,582

61,464
58,391

20,394
20,192

18,084
17,931

3,119
3,010

10,166
11,984

97
111

11,222
16,176

2,453
2,624

266
276

738
760

1,202
1,274

13,097
13,114

1960—June 15............
Dec. 31............

241,329
256,323

189,182
198,542

115,186
117,522

73,996
81,020

54,408
60,522

19,588
20,498

17,917
16,720

3,253
3,347

10,759
13,434

96
140

14,856
18,261

2,768
2,829

316
375

982
1,409

1,200
1,265

13,147
13,126

1961--Ju n e 30............
Dec. 30............

252,632
277,374

200,902
214,469

117,849
124,807

83,052
89,662

61,350
66,091

21,703
23,571

16,488
16,918

2,901
3,693

10,978
13,898

145
249

14,885
21,424

2,992
3,102

414
442

1,433
1,652

1,493
1,528

13,136
13,115

1962--Ju n e 30............
Dec. 2 8 ............

275,130
295,983

219,787
234,935

129,130
140,023

90,657
94,912

63,980
65,966

26,676
28,946

16,839
17,680

3,185
4,259

11,546
12,821

178
237

16,755
18,802

3,236
3,403

463
481

1,457
1,619

1,684
1,745

13,111
13,126

1963--Ju n e 29............
Dec. 2 0 ............

298,809
311,791

240,183
253,405

144,965
155,933

95,218
97,472

63,122
62,812

32,095
34,660

16,529
17,150

3,487
4,053

12,265
12,012

245
299

18,350
16,931

3,682
3,945

445
449

1,550
1,591

2,072
1,954

13,196
13,291

1964— June 30............
Dec. 31............

321,084
345,130

259,491
276,056

164,480
175,096

95,010
100,960

58,954
62,588

36,057
38,372

16,774
17,581

4,553
4,552

12,439
14,649

366
301

18,838
22,951

4,587
4,754

1,691
1,697

2,345
2,591

13,401
13,493

1965--Ju n e 30............
Dec. 31............

352,795
375,394

286,424
304,765

188,118
201,114

98,306
103,651

56,496
59,210

41,810
44,441

17,842
17,992

4,991
4,866

12,633
14,839

260
256

20,942
22,484

4,983
5,144

1,825
1,863

2,896
3,186

13,535
13,547

1966—June 30............
Dec. 31............

384,908
402,946

314,206
322,742

212,673
218,456

101,533
104,286

53,180
55,904

48,353
48,382

18,094
19,069

5,247
5,457

13,133
15,394

223
251

22,911
28,481

5,397
5,620

2,065
2,178

3,631
3,755

13,559
13,541

1967--Ju n e 30............
Dec. 30............

411,917
450,713

335,012
359,973

224,792
236,710

110,220
123,264

53,976
62,229

56,244
61,034

18,999
20,275

4,860
5,953

14,150
17,065

245
280

26,423
33,959

5,684
6,007

256
283

2,356
2,315

3,931
4,602

13,533
13,517

196R-—
June 29............
Dec. 31............

456,304
505,453

367,428
406,440

245,223
271,198

122,205
135,242

58,311
64,171

63,894
71,071

20,846
21,230

5,195
7,216

14,988
18,425

216
264

33,605
36,134

6,316
6,657

325
323

2,403
2,473

4,981
6,291

13,519
13,488

1969-—
June 30............
Dec. 31............

516,579
530,715

410,491
421,849

284,804
296,464

125,686
125,385

52,845
54,530

72,841
70,855

19,805
21,453

6,266
7,347

16,870
19,620

275
321

44,340
40,594

7,564
8,070

344
361

3,101
3,309

7,523
7,791

13,473
13,473

1970-—
June 30............
Dec. 31............

529,911
576,351

423,380
461,361

296,931
314,142

126,450
147,219

51,391
61,617

75,059
85,602

21,532
23,325

7,107
7,084

17,625
22,490

344
395

38,479
39,753

8,550
9,143

388
407

3,955
3,753

8,551
8,638

13,487
13,511

For notes see last page of Part E o f this table.

INSURED
BANKS




INSURED

3.1

INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS, 1939-70 — Continued
B.

TO TA L LIA BILITIES
[In millions o f dollars]

Call date

Total

Inter­
bank

U.S.
Govt.

C apital accounts

Postal
sav­
ings

Other
demand

Other
time

Bor­
row­
ings

Accept­
ances
ou t­
stand­
ing

Other
liabil­
ities

Stocks
Sur­
plus

Total
Com ­
mon

Pre­
ferred

U ndi­
vided
profits

Reserves
for
contin­
gencies,
etc.

M em oran­
dum—
Demand
deposits
adjusted

1939—June 3 0 ...
Dec. 3 0 ...

52,327
56,076

7,943
9,523

753
808

65
51

28,733
30,695

14,834
14,998

16
14

122
126

446
406

6,515
6,524

2,427
2,432

528
482

2,381
2,443

799
789

380
378

26,494
28,834

1940— June 2 9 ...
Dec. 3 1 ...

65,589
70,720

58,425
63,469

9,795
10,539

789
701

41
35

32,520
36,670

15,28!
15,525

14
11

96
98

447
467

6,606
6,673

2,436
2,441

457
431

2,484
2,563

837
838

394
400

30,947
33,823

1941—June 3 0 ...
Dec. 3 1 ...

72,984
76,827

65,617
69,421

10,546
10,654

702
1,797

28
25

38,658
41,302

15,682
15,643

11
10

94
87

489
467

6,773
6,842

2,452
2,469

407
380

2,603
2,686

898
896

413
412

36,170
37,849

1942—June 3 0 ...
Dec. 3 1 ...

78,710
95,459

71,162
87,820

10,076
11,144

1,806
8,215

22
13

43,898
52,344

15,360
16,103

12
10

69
46

514
526

6,953
7,056

2,859
2,849

2,741
2,802

936
972

417
434

41,221
48,227

1943—June 3 0 ...
Dec. 31. ..
NJ

59,426
63,147

102,405
1J2,246

94,582
104,116

10,681
10,705

7,765
10,068

9
7

58,8(8
64,369

17,309
18,967

24
46

61
55

508
576

7,229
7,454

2,841
2,875

2,887
3,090

1,039
1,006

462
483

55,278
59,931

1944—June 3 0 ...
Dec. 3 0 ...

122,647
134,613

114,180
125,752

11,038
12,074

18,865
19,862

6
5

63,319
70,024

20,952
23,786

84
122

58
73

615
677

7,711
7,990

2 895
2 912

3,190
3,402

1,130
1,169

496
506

60,212
65,977

1945—June 3 0 ...
Dec. 3 1 ...

143,457
157,582

134,282
147,811

12,401
13,884

23,583
23,841

5
5

71,448
80.290

26,845
29,791

65
215

49
77

718
807

8,341
8,672

2,978
3,032

3,529
3,785

1,294
1,293

541
562

68,063
74,735

1946—Junc 2 9 ...
Dec. 31. ..

150,743
147,365

140,649
137,029

12,008
12,320

13,045
3,047

5
5

83,534
88,232

32,057
33,426

83
39

110
133

832
875

9.070
9,288

3,071
3 142

3,933
4,060

1,485
1,495

581
591

78,296
82,101

1947—June 3 0 ...
Dcc. 31. ..

144,373
152,773

133,696
141,887

11,243
12,670

1,355
1,433

5
5

86,699
92,992

34,395
34,789

60
61

100
167

958
921

9,560
9,736

3 171
3 194

4,183
4,316

1,644
1,650

562
575

80,884
85,767

1948—June 3 0 ...
Dec. 3 1 ...

147,244
152,163

135,981
140,683

11,035
11,900

2,160
2,436

6
6

87,456
90,998

35,324
35,342

63
53

216
202

1,027
1,064

9,957
10,160

3 230
3 264

4,391
4,504

1,804
1,873

533
520

81,436
84,230

1949—June 3 0 ...
Dec. 3 1 ...

147,216
155,319

135,416
143,194

10,578
12,369

2,296
3,232

86,715
91,891

35,821
35,696

27
14

150
200

1,169
1,262

10,454
10,649

3.368
3 395

4,552
4,803

2,010
1 ,954

524
496

80,632
84,602

1950—June 3 0 ...
Dec. 3 0 ...

154,701
166,792

141,992
153,498

11,067
13,746

3,778
2,979

6
7
9
10

90,798
100,813

36,338
35,949

37
87

194
249

1,400
1,678

11,078
11,281

3 483
3 518

4,986
5,200

2,108
2,093

502
469

83,999
91,195

1951—June 3 0 ...
Dec. 3 1 ...

163,351
177,449

149,684
163,172

11,583
14,783

6,323
3,615

22
27

95,335
107,172

36,419
37,575

69
38

269
357

1,688
2,015

11,641
11,923

3,629
3,699

5,322
5,504

2,238
2,259

453
461

87,935
97,174

1952—June 30. ..
Dec. 31..

175,339
186,682

160,622
171,357

13,105
14,998

6,096
5,263

32
33

102,376
110,662

39,013
40,401

91
189

308
348

2,015
2,203

12,303
12,585

3,833
3,876

5,666
5,938

2,353
2,307

451
464

93,777
100,518

1953—June 30 ...
Dec. 3 1 ...

179.586
191.063

164,046
175,083

13,250
15,557

3,959
4,455

32
30

104,812
111,628

41,992
43,412

105
59

297
403

2,164
2,253

12.975
13,265

3,965
4,031

6,080
6,284

2.471
2,499

458
451

95,990
101,489

1954 = June 30 ...
Dec. 31. ..

188,643
200,588

172,458
183,309

15,056
16,383

5,895
4.525

30
32

106,066
115,709

45,411 1
46,660

50
23

376
612

2,019
2,366

13,741
14,279

4,137
4,287

6,436
6,857

2,701 '
2,653

467
482

97,188
105,684

1955—June 30. .
Dec. 31. ..

197,566
209,145

180,174
190,989

14,806
16,283

5,439
4,066

31
31

112,227
122,397

47.671
48,213

138
150

462
456

2,185
2,541

14,607
15,009

4,457
4,567

6,976
7,209

2,724
2,777

449
457

102,462
109,118




BANKS

Deposits
Total
liabil­
ities
and
capital

1956—June 3 0 ...
Dec. 3 1 ...

185,179
196,507

14,876
17,291

5,568
4,071

30
28

115,150
124,641

49,555
50,476

342
63

513
740

2,588
2,815

15,631
16,020

4,758
4,872

7,496
7,760

2,930
2,941

447
446

104,083
110,762

1957—June 6 ...
Dec. 31 ...

207,182
221,534

185,405
200,485

14,105
16,763

3,664
4,181

26
25

114,088
123,442

53,523
56,075

1,437
68

786
1,029

2,996
2,866

16,558
17,086

5,005
5,169

7,859
8,242

3,268
3,232

425
443

113,261
109,735

1958—June 2 3 ...
Dec. 3 1 ...

226,624
237,473

203,437
215,169

15,931
17,876

9,469
4,590

24
22

116,609
129,558

61,405
63,123

1,126
70

987
891

3,180
3,153

17,894
18,191

5,290
5,418

8,398
8,789

3,733
3,457

472
527

105,703
114,965

1959—June 10...
Dec. 3 1 ...

232,487
243,423

206,706
219,012

15,360
16,867

3,086
5,324

21
20

123,008
130,983

65,231
65,818

2,762
609

769
809

3,456
3,762

18,793
19,232

5,690
,5,861

8,976
9,276

3,657
3,632

469
462

111,786
114,806

1960—June 15...
Dec. 31 ...

241,329
256,323

212,965
228,993

15,089
18,605

6,656
6,194

19
18

124,350
132,832

66,851
71,344

2,580
152

1,023
1,451

4,755
5,068

20,006
20,658

6,092
6,208

9,464
9,916

4,011
4,021

440
514

109,494
114,571

1961—June 30 ...
Dec. 3 0 ...

252,632
277,374

224,266
247,905

13,792
18,084

6,646
6,223

18
17

124,717
141,400

79,093
82,181

433
462

1,461
1,689

5,061
5,195

21,410
22,123

6,464
6,622

10,215
10,798

4,214
4,157

518
546

109,832
119,976

1962—June 3 0 ...
Dec. 2 8 ...

275,130
295,983

244,618
261,443

14,639
16,263

9,835
7,091

18
18

128,333
140,534

91,794
97,536

773
3,584

1,499
1,656

5,391
5,547

22,849
23,752

6,826
6,937

11,106
11,458

4,372
4,790

544
567

111,578
121,733

1963—June 2 9 ...
Dec. 2 0 ...

298,809
311,791

265,565
274,647

15,333
15,557

11,270
6,997

i7
17

133,184
141,112

105,761
110,962

1,499
3,577

1,597
1,620

5,913
6,625

24,235
25,322

7,172
7,451

11,819
12,163

4,663
5,113

579
595

114,833
124,181

1964—June 3 0 ...
Dec. 3 1 ...

321,084
345,130

284,551
306,230

15,725
18,439

10,509
6,772

19
20

138,754
154,503

119,543
126,497

2,039
2,591

1,724
1,737

6,355
7,134

26,413
27,438

8,304
8,739

12,552
12,893

4,913
5,113

645
693

119,916
131,552

1965—June 30 ...
Dec. 31 ...

352,795
375,394

310,752
331,513

16,897
19,111

12,054
5,805

18

144,655
160,145

137,127
146,451

3,576
4,337

1,855
1,898

7,493
7,742

29,120
29,905

9,929
10,200

13,082
13,465

5,363
5,438

745
802

123,714
137,661

1966— June 3 0 ...
Dec. 3 1 ...

384,908
402,946

338,405
352,840

17,851
20,425

11,237
5,248

153,323
167,233

155,993
159,935

4,138
4,729

2,106
2,234

9,305
11,450

30,954
31,693

10,543
10,648

13,702
13,999

5,875
6,166

835
880

130,411
138,752

1967—June 3 0 ...
Dec. 3 0 ...
u>
u>

204,252
216,145

411,917
450,713

360,210
395,796

19,240
22,905

5,436
5,524

160,508
183,585

175,025
183,782

5,062
5,549

2,412
2,382

11,302
12,980

32,931
34,006

11,126
11,325

14,372
14,983

6,539
6,611

895
1,087

134,085
149,625

1968—June 2 9 ...
Dec. 3 1 ...

456,304
500,238

394,543
434,652

21,415
25,654

5,291
5,389

177,185
199,235

190,652
204,374

7,932
8,683

2,466
2,509

16,000
17,767

35,363
36,628

9,580
9,773

2,286
2,201

15,326
16,174

7.142
7,420

1,028
1,061

143,580
163,100

1969—June 3 0 ...
Dec. 31. ..

516,579
530,715

426,352
436,990

25,805
27,643

5,998
5,273

193,049
208,194

201,500
195,880

14,467
18,052

3,156
3,387

34,164
32,709

38,440
39,576

10,322
10,529

2,070
2,102

16,869
17,461

8.164
8,427

1,015
1,058

148,710
167,599

1970—June 30 ...
Dec. 3 1 ...

529,911
576,351

433,972
482,514

27,055
32,264

8,259
8,380

192,542
208,989

206,115
232,880

18,260
19,182

4,029
3,849

32,357
28,240

41,294
42,566

10,903
11,138

2,160
2,199

17,599
18,072

9,622
10,146

1 ,011
1,011

154,064
169,236

For notes see last page o f Part E o f this table.

INSURED
BANKS




3.1

INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS, 1939-70 — Continued
C.

LOANS

[In millions o f dollars]
F o r purchasing
securities
Call date

Total
loans

Com­
mer­
cial

G uar­
anteed
by
ccc

Other

To
brokers
To
and
others
dealers

Other loans to individuals
To fina ncial
institu ions

Real estate
Instalment

Banks

Other

Total

On
farm
land

On
resi­
dential
prop­
erty

Other

Total
Retail
auto

Repair
and
m od­
erni­
zation

Other
retail

Other

Singlepay­
m ent

Other

R e­
serve
for
bad
debts

3,524
3,635

1939—June 30___
Dec. 30___

16,040
16,866

5,689
6,332

1,192
1,094

755
817

828
794

60
57

3,990
4.137

531
534

2,468
2,597

991
1,006

1940—June 29___
Dec. 31___

17,014
18,397

6,502
7,179

1,183
1,281

464
663

742
727

43
44

4,283
4,470

544
544

2.720
2,883

1,020
1,044

Dec. 31___

19,913
21,262

8,343
9,215

1 167
1 450

592
614

703
662

45
40

4,632
4 775

551
535

3,039
3 208

1,041
1 031

1942—June 30___
Dec. 3 1 . . .

19,922
18,906

8,868
7,758

1 164
896
746

569
950

620
597

30
27

4,772
4,647

526
476

3,262
3,263

984
907

2,270

280

329

403

1,257

3,899
1,015

1943—June 3 0 . .. .
Dec. 3 1 . .. .

17,392
18,843

6,888
7,778

364
598

952
907

1,134
1,414

671
922

31 ...............4,549
58 ...............i 4,438

471
449

3,230
3,204

848
786

1,937
1,868

180
160

231
192

335
310

1,192
1,206

865
860

1944—June 30----Dec. 3 0 . .. .

20,732
21,355

7,407
7,921

504
806

970
917

2,221
2,269

2,296
2,265

61
59

4,365
4,344

468
450

3,153
3,157

744
738

1,862
1,888

169
174

173
192

313
318

1,207
1,205

1,045
885

1945—June 3 0 . .. .
Dec. 3 1 . .. .

23,379
25,769

7,502
9,462

595
305

1,036
1,010

3,113
3,164

3,601
3.607

57
49 j ...............

4,415
4,679

483
507

3.192
3,332

739
840

2,108
2,361

185
225

210
266

350
398

1,363
1,472

951
1,133

1946—June 2 9 . . . .
Dec. 31___

26,796
30,740

10,336
14,019

97
102

1,269
1,256

2,417
1,517

2,656
1,609

57 ...............1 5,740
81 ...............i 7.106

618
684

4,041
5,058

1,081
1,365

3,070
4,031

349
514

399
328

311

524
675

1,798
2,203

1,154
1,017

1947—June 30----Dec. 31___

33,258
37,592

14,768
18,015

20
65

1,528
1,544

1,517
823

1,278
1,190

101 ...............8,204
114 ...............9,271

765
793

5,924
6,816

1,515
1,661

4,893
5,655

775
966

427
551

407
558

840
944

2,446
2,637

946
914

Dec. 31-----

39,382
41,979

17,838
18,765

21
885

1,955
1,889

i,1 8 3
1,336

i ,079
939

160 ...............10,106
121 ...............|j 10.671

857
848

7,448
7,913

1,800
1,911

6,414
6,806

1,260
1,435

692
797

651
729

1,045
1,080

2,766
2,766

958
974

331
409

1949—June 3 0 . .. .
Dec. 3 1 . .. .

40,535
42,499

16,296
16,939

533
976

2,201
1.987

1,972
1,749

901
855

878
886

8,060
8,513

1,955
2.014

7,172
8,007

1,670
1,955

841
1,023

788
923

1,140
1.170

2,733
2,935

923
1,023

454
548

1950—June 3 0 . .. .
Dec. 3 0 . .. .

44,379
51,809

16,842
21,808

472
367

2,357
2,466

1,856
1,789

913
1.036

102 ............... 12,292
90 ...............13.416

920
946

9,344
10,250

2,028
2,219

9.050
10,061

2.399
2,701

1,217
1.474

973
1,075

1,281
1.334

3,180
3,477

1,086
1,448

590
673

1951—June 3 0 . .. .
Dec. 31___

54,408
57,371

23,547
25,788

51
279

3,001
3,052

1,616
1,571

1,001
961

155 ...............
149 ...............

14,021
14.487

1,007
983

10,708
11,081

2,306
2,423

10.296
10,399

2.742
2,724

1,389
1,344

1,063
1,150

1,401
1,463

3,702
3,718

1,432
1,498

713
814

1952—June 3 0 . .. .
Dec. 3 1 . .. .

58,861
63,824

25,232
27,816

74
684

3,496
3,141

2,106
2,050

943
1,083

153 ...............
157 ...............

14,925
15,616

1,041
1,037

11,413
11,996

2,471
2,583

11,363
12.642

3,101
3,555

1,421
1.780

1,248
1,473

1,622
1,759

3,971
4,074

1,419
1,539

851
904

1953—June 3 0 . . . .
Dec. 3 1 . . . .

64,723
67,266

27,361
27,158

285
2,165

3,325
2,719

1,704
2,344

1,053
1,182

155 ...............
162 ...............

16,148
16,613

1,084
1,062

12,356
12,744

2.707
2,806

14,067
14,412

4,296
4,462

2,062
2,115

1,566
1,695

1.893
1.942

4,250
4,197

1,563
1,473

938
961

1954—June 3 0 . .. .
Dec. 3 1 . .. .

67,011
70,341

26,069
26,823

1,919
2,234

3,155
2.893

2,439
2,907

1,230
1,503

176 ...............
240 ...............

17,149
18,347

1,121
1,139

13.056
13,979

2,973

3,229

14,412
14,720

4.362
4,341

1,955
1,921

1,670
1.687

2,054
2,133

4,371
4,638

1,452
1,745

991
1,071

1955—June 3 0 . .. .
Dec. 3 1 . .. .

74,931
82,360

28,833
33,210

874
1,147

3,464
3,265

2,834
3,230

1,591
1,744

418 ...............
573 . . . . . . . .

19,713
20,767

1,243
1,279

14,957
15,715

3,512
3,773

16,333
17,160

5,111
5,807

2,000
2,080

1,632
1,735

2,276
2,298

5,215
5,238

1,993
2,533

1,124
1.268




99
98

...............i 10,893

...............

3,797
4,033

i
!
...............
...............

4,431
4,506

1956—June 3 0 . .. .
Dec. 3 1 . .. .

86,691
90,143

36,097
38,707

586
864

3,621
3,251

2,669
2,565

1,705
1,671

666
654

21,753
22,484

1,333
1,317

16,330
16,836

4,091
4,331

18,343
18,829

6,239
6,297

2,277
2,438

1,779
1,909

2,452
2,531

5,596
5,653

2,601
2,679

1,350
1,562

1957--June 6 .........
Dec. 3 1 . .. .

90,913
93,801

39,035
40,546

406
455

3,635
3,575

2,251
2,569

1,614
1,602

1,001
728

22,513
23,104

1,348
1,349

16,728
16,990

4,437
4,766

19,488
20,200

6,700
6,971

2,430
2,511

1,929
2,062

2,662
2,814

5,766
5,842

2,610
2,798

1,640
1,776

t958—June 2 3 . .. .
Dec. 3 1 . .. .

95,487
98,132

38,925
40,457

407
799

4,103
4,128

3,677
2,797

1,908
1,813

1,697
718

23,689
25,267

1,420
1,453

17,279
18,420

4,989
5,394

20,064
20,680

6,814
6,802

2,300
2,313

2,039
2,172

2,948
3,112

5,963
6,282

2,854
3,426

1,838
1,955

1959--June 1 0 ....
Dec. 3 1 . .. .

103,282
110,695

41,627
40,195

262
196

4,795
4,787

2,312
2,982

1,889
1,828

1,850
819

7,119

26,648
28,031

1,537
1,571

19,353
20,247

5,758
6,214

22,352
24,134

7,484
8,052

2,416
2,681

2,250
2,500

3,424
3,783

6,776
7,118

3,557
2,774

2,010
2,172

1960—June 1 5 ....
Dec. 3 1 . .. .

115,186
117,522

41,784
43,132

126
677

5,202
4,963

2,586
3,247

1,720
1,811

2,367
971

7,070
7,115

28,323
28,694

1,625
1,631

20,257
20,288

6,442
6,775

25,496
26,377

8,711
8,928

2,737
2,806

2,575
2,694

4,046
4,227

7,427
7,722

2,735
2,890

2,222
2,356

1961--June 3 0 . .. .
Dec. 3 0 . . . .

117,849
124,807

42,743
45,157

574
928

5,441
5,296

2,910
4,030

1,970
2,107

1,009
1,033

5,999
7,310

29,275
30,330

1,700
1,731

20,525
21,150

7,051
7,449

27,258
27,820

8,936
9,062

3,145
2,808

2,659
2,693

4,388
4,480

8,131
8,776

3,091
3,403

2,419
2,606

1962--June 3 0 . .. .
Dec. 2 8 . . . .

129,130
140,023

45,919
48,668

870
1,112

5,904
5,961

3,234
5,121

1,982
2,104

1,474
2,552

7,227
8,468

32,071
34,309

1,910
2,003

21,963
23,368

8,198
8,939

29,412
30,524

9,903
10,529

2,756
2,858

2,677
2,762

4,779
5,034

9,296
9,340

3,700
3,898

2,663
2,694

1963--June 2 9 . . . .
Dec. 2 0 . .. .

144,965
155,933

49,869
52,984

800
817

6,731
6,645

4,615
5,326

2,204
2,477

1,904
3,595

8,642
9,441

36,769
39,088

2,221
2,303

24,833
26,245

9,715
10,540

32,640
34,532

11,685
12,437

3,008
3,201

2,790
2,910

5,406
5,719

9,751
10,265

3,803
4,024

3,011
2,995

1964— June 3 0 . .. .
Dec. 3 1 . .. .

164,480
175,096

55,120
60,040

366
514

7,311
6,983

5,492
5,356

2,687
2,794

2,841
3,421

10,435
10,850

41,447
43,733

2,535
2,617

27,595
28,739

11,317
12,378

37,598
39,815

13,828
14,662

3,494
3,749

2,917
3,013

6,151
6,441

11,209
11,950

4,431
5,144

3,249
3,553

1965--June 3 0 . .. .
Dec* 3 1 . . .

188,118
201,114

65,370
71,235

411
534

7,650
7,669

5,925
5,088

2,861
3,175

3,683
»4,159

11,379
13,186

46,271
49,394

2,772
2,888

30,155
32,159

13,344
14,346

43,078
45,497

16,230
17,139

3,937
4,177

3,025
3,127

6,987
7,389

12,898
13,666

5,117
5,188

3,626
4,011

1966—June 3 0 . .. .
Dec. 3 1 . .. .

212,673
218,456

77,085
80,408

<2
)
<2)

8,482
8,549

5,222
5,643

3,225
3,150

1 3,993
*4,593

13,810
13,186

51,999
54,100

3,006
3,112

33,544
34,658

15,449
16,330

47,726
47,992

18,135
18,290

4,356
4,693

3,167
3,216

7,814
8,091

14,255
13,702

5,207
5,170

4,076
4,337

1967--June 3 0 . .. .
Dec. 3 0 . .. .

224,792
236,710

84,371
88,258

<2)
<2)

9,324
9,260

4,383
6,017

3,275
3,724

1,701
1,848

12,158
12,447

55,497
58,678

3,251
3,419

35,313
37,374

16,933
17,885

49,572
51,628

18,726
18,890

4,944
5,610

3,211
3,352

8,415
8,883

14,276
14,893

3 8,913
3 9,582

4,403
4,733

1968--June 2 9 . .. .
Dec. 3 1 . . .

245,223
265,982

91,221
98,161

<2
)
<2)

9,984
9,712

4,723
6,409

3,673
4,069

1,882
2,146

12,075
13,677

61,632
65,333

3,732
3,735

38,865
41,149

19,036
20,449

54,262
58,415

20,066
21,200

6,073
6,833

3,328
3,494

9,456
10,189

15,339
16,699

a 10,597
»13,275

4,826
5,216

1969--June 3 0 . .. .
Dec. 3 1 . . .

284,804
296,464

104,291
108,394

(2)
(a)

10,546
10,324

5,180
5,647

4,170
3,995

2,5442,425

13,640
14,939

68,729
70,326

4,061
3,993

43,265
44,280

21,403
22,053

61,670
63,356

22,437
22,706

7,576
8,909

3,619
3,655

10,847
11,019

17,191
17,066

« 14,035
» 17,059

5,261
5,886

1970—June 3 0 . .. .
Dec. 3 1 . . .

296,931
314,142

108,278
112,215

<2
)
(2
)

11,241
11,154

3,886
6,209

3,545
3,518

2,457
2,581

14,308
15,794

70,962
73,053

4,030
4,319

44,594
45,495

22,339
23,239

64,270
66,006

22,466
22,366

10,036
11,115

3,617
3,717

11,215
11,879

16,936
16,929

a 17,983
3 23,612

5,931
5,999

F or notes see last page o f Part E o f this table.




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D.

INVESTM ENTS

[In millions o f dollars]
U.S. G ovt, securities 1

Call date

Bonds

Notes, maturing—
Total

Bills

Certificates

G uar­
anteed
M arketable, maturing—

I
W ithin 1 A fter
1 year I 1 year

Total

W ithin 1
1 year

, *
*

5-10

10-20

N on­
m arket­
able

Over 20
years

1939—June 30.
.
Dec. 30___

21,993
22,428

11,948
12,153

446
571

2,925
2,388

8,577
9,194

837
838

3,120
3,308

3,152
3,963

1,468
1,086

1940—June 2 9 . .. .
Dec. 3 1 . . . .

22,821
24,163

12,531
13,344

805
662

2,699
2,756

9,027
9,926

750
1,458

3,489
3,153

4,110
4,752

1941

June 30. .
Dec. 3 1 . . . .

26 279
28.032

15,291
16.945

1,135
988 .................

2,758
3,159

11,398
12,798

1,471
1,551

3,836
3,970

1942—June 3 0 . . . .
Dec. 3 1 .. . .

32,726
47,344

23.062
37,993

1,536
4,462

1,979
6,729

3,732
5,800

15,816
21,002

1,765
2,865

1943—June 30___
Dec. 3 1 . . .

57,890
64,678

48,881
56,192

6,557
4,637

10,316
13,220

5,717
7,673

26,291
30,662

1944—June 30 .. ..
Dec. 3 0 . . . .

73,228
82,053

66,141
74,919

4,709
3,972

15,469
15,303

11,835
15,781

1945—June 30___
Dec. 31___

89.001
96,067

82,379
88,912

2,831
2,456

17,206
19,075

1946—June 2 9 . .. .
Dec. 31___

90,642
81,468

82,974
73,560

1.220
1,272

17,642
12,293

1947—June 3 0 . . . .
Dec. 31___

77,454
76.712

69,141
67,946

836
2,124

1948—June 30___
Dec. 31___

72,441
70.339

63,495
61,398

2,327
2,822

1949—June 30___
Dec. 3 1 . . .

71,243
75,824

61,982
65,841

1950—June 30___
Dec. 3 0 ... .

75,598
73,198

1951—June 30___
Dec. 3 1 ... .

Securi­
ties
of
States,
etc.

O ther bonds,
notes, and
debentures

Federal
agency

C orpo­
rate
stock.
(includ­
ing
F .R .
Bank
stock)

0 th e r

3,090
3,414

3,141
3,285

3,291
3,068

522
509

677
564

3,370
3,719

3,483
3,608

2,943
3,010

494
481

5,528
5,929

562
1,347

4,080
4,102

3,551
3.652

2,890
2,890

467
443

5,322
10,047

7,156
6,470

1,306
1,337

266
284

2,873
2,718

3,494
3,533

2.866
2,680

430
419

5,497
5,791

11,215
16,776

7,782
6,160

1,501
1,620

296
316

2,661
2,501

3,441
3,288

2,520
2,342

387
355

34,128
39,862

5,650
5,918

20,020
25,467

6,046
5,797

1,790
1,917

621
764

963
978

3,394
3,424

2,388
2,386

16,456
16,047

45,884
51,333

7,122
9,030

30,071
32,230

5,164
6,092

2,433
2,787

1,094
1,195

43
22

3,686
3,875

2,567
2,938

12,007
6,781

52,106
53,214

9,933
12,728

32,279
29,700

5,726
6,597

2,973
3,008

1,195 1
1,180 1

24
15

3,975
4,301

3,354
3,295

j
1

315
298

5,342
5,920

53,519
52,347

14,531
18,341

27,674
22,202

7,101
7,534

3,066
2,654

1,147 !
1,616 1

14
14

4,828
5.131

3,170
3,320

I

302
302

9,454
10,068

5,071
3,395

46,643
45,114

13,525
19,374

22,386
15,114

6,733 i 2,419
2,059
6,581

1,581 i
1,986

5,436
5,511

3,193
3,113

\

|

306
307

2,846
3,692

10,440
12,488 L

2,045
5,811

46,651
43,849

24,903
27,278

9,992
7,692

7,389 i 2,411 1 1,956
2,409 6 2,009 |
4,461

5,766
6,403

3,181
3,261

*

307
313

64,601
61,036

3,849
4.122

6,116 1
1,937

11,599
16,774

43,038
38,203

27,509
22,594

8,107
7,737

2,995
2,986 j

1,908
2,331 |

12 |
8
6
6
:
8
11 '

7,262 i
7,959

3,409
3,869

il

318
324

69,919
73.673

57,471
60,578

3,820
7,223

3,116 i
7,536

14,783
11,274

35,753
34,546

20,720
19,645

7,169
7,024

3,050 1 2,343 '
3,055
2,335

2,471
2,487

11 i
21

8,344
9,016

3,763
3,720

329
338

1952 - J u n e 30___
Dec. 3 1 . .. .

73,927
76,280

60,161
62,386

6,092
7,629

7,664
5,504 J

11,125
11,740

35,281
37,513

19,110
18,350

8,002
11,206 i

3,371 1 2,268
5,362

2,531
2,595

25
22

9,652
10.006

3,743
3,509

346
357

1953—June 30___
Dec 31___

71,761
76,851

57,734
62,439

4,931
4,900

5,010
10,088

11,148
12,308

36,644
35,143

20,408
17.790

9.036
10,158

4,494 i
4,533

2,578 i
2,538

32
33

10,334
10,620

3,296
3,387

366
372

1954—June 3 0 . . . .
Dec 31___

77,789
84,142

62,523
68,100

4,582
4,907

5,509
5,282

12,242
14,545

40.190
43,366

13.483
12,486

19,164
22,979

4,919
5,286

92
57

2,532
2,558

38
21

11,716
12,387

3.134
3,242

1955—June 3 0 . . . .
Dec 3 1 . . . .

78,951
77,240

62,439
60,866

3,001
4,112

1,667
2,296

16,505
13,879

41,265
40,579

10,635
12,909

22,512
20,529

5,305
4,365

271
283

2,542
2,494

15
10

12,582
12,501

3,502
3,442




9,444 |
7,555 ?

!

.

‘

...............

2,518
2,554

129
123

j
!

342
348
327
320

,

378
392

'

413
422

BANKS

Direct
Total
invest­
ments

1956—June 3 0 ... .
Dec 3 1 . . . .

72,127
73,947

55,927
57,944

2,760
5,779

1,228
1,985

12,574
11,746

39,365
38,434

12,533
20,677

20,048
11,007

4,567
4,684

184
183

2,033
1,883

13
13

12,731
12,717

3,020
2,829

435
443

1957—June 6 ___
Dec 3 1 . ..

72,615
75,330

56,064
57,679

4,666
5,298

3,611
4,771

9,986
10,510

37,801
37,100

20,733
23,418

10,705
8,003

4,715
4,329

174
132

1,475
1,217

8
7

13,139
13,733

2,955
3,435

448
476

1958—June 2 3 .. ..
Dec 3 1 .. . .

83,394
86,056

63,587
65,783

4,424
6,175

3,844
7,367

12,225
13,259

43,094
38,982

21,485
22,096

15,350
11,360

4,510
3,826

540
501

1,209
1,198

5
6

15,502
16,317

3,812
3,446

487
505

1959—June 10___
Dec 3 1 . . . .

81,858
78,582

61,455
58,349

5,035
6,192

4,694
2,406

13,940
14,735

37,786
35,016

23,931
22,047

8,246
9,548

3,945
2,183

509
454

1,155
784

10
42

16,790
16,754

3,085
2,899

520
539

1960—June 1 5 . . . .
Dec. 3 1 . . . .

73,996
81,020

54,335
60,423

3,532
7,999

2.186
2,887

15,097
18,877

33,520
30,660

24,518
21,648

6,112
6,086

1.725
1,815

460
524

705
587

73
100

16,581
17,337

2,451
2.591

555
571

1961—June 3 0 ... .
Dec. 3 0 . . . .

83,053
89,662

61,209
65,945

7,320
11,378

3,298
2,099

5,359
8,185

15,015
17,970

30,217
26,313

6,510
2,402

13,304
15,708

7,915
5,826

1,918
1,940

570
436

142
147

18,490
20.104

1,752
2,112

869
735

592
620

1962—June 3 0 . . . .
Dec. 28___

90,657
94,912

63.830
65,830

8,255
11,570

3,578
3,917

11,223
5,199

14,676
18,519

26,098
26,625

1,040
2,253

14,077
11,332

8,684
11,968

1,885
769

412
303

149
136

22.918
24,583

2,345
2,870

749
804

664
689

1963—June 29___
Dec. 20___

95,218
97,472

63,028
62,707

9,064
10,999

3,203
1,652

4,486
5,921

19.260
16,403

27,015
27,732

1,491
1,141

9,760
12,932

14,366
12,244

1,112
1,137

285
278

94
105

27,611
29,611

2,973
3,503

781
784

730
761

1964— June 30___
Dec. 3 1 . . . .

95,010
100,960

58,819
62,447

8,994
13,301

33

6,313
7,097

16,742
11,872

26,737
30,177

1,863
1,904

12,021
14,766

11,488
12,482

1.098
778

267
247

135
140

31,230
33,344

3,099
3,446

932
763

796
819

1965—June 30___
Dec. 31». . .

98,306
103,651

56,392
59,210

8,874
13,134

7,110
7,035

7,502
6,198

32,906
33,820

999
2,360

16,169
16,985

14,394
13,260

1,113
1,072

231
143

104
96

36,351
38,480

3,739
4,513

818
902
1,447

1966—June 3 0 . . . .
Dec. 3 1 . . . .

101,533
104,286

53,180
55,904

8,113
11,374

1,061
706

5,630
6,295

6,759
7,144

32,639
31.455

1,241
1,400

17,358
18,275

12,984
10,702

930
957

40
61

119
130

40,427
40,832

6,454
5.959

1,472
1,591

1967—June 3 0 . . . .
Dec. 30___

110,220
123,264

53,976
62,229

8,009
13,134

554

4,364
5,745

10,288
12,879

31,645
31.279

1,493
3,857

19,435
19,492

9,591
6,737

1,043
1,109

29
59

273
343

46,679
49,821

7,416
8.901

2. 149
2,312

1968—June 2 9 . . . .
Dec. 31___

122,205
135,242

58,311
64,171

7,003

6,536

15,964

29,603

4,728

16,697

7,078

1.100

62

290

52,460
58,392

9,021
10,082

2,414
2,598

1969—June 3 0 . . . .
Dec. 31___

125.686
125,385

53,837
54,530

5.056

3,828

19,514

24,615

6.616

16,855

706

1.087

57

<2)

59,859
58,944

9,777
9,772

2,213
2,140

1970—June 3 0 . . . .
Dec. 3 1 . . .

126.450
147,219

51,391
61,617

* 5,196

9,121

19,124

17,766

1,995

14,652

233

836

50

(*)

62,710
69,390

9,995
13.278

2,354
2,934

F o r notes see last page o f Part E o f this table.

INSURED
BANKS




INSURED

3.1

INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS, 1939-70 — Continued
£.

D EPO SITS

[In millions o f dollars]

IPC
Call date

Total
de­
posits

I

Total
TPr
1W*

Foreign
1 sovt.
and
other

State
and
local
govt.

U.S.
Govt.

Interbank
Certi­
fied
Domestic
and
officers*
checks,
Foreign
etc.
M utual;
savings
dal

Interbank

IPC

Total

Other
time

Savings

Foreign
govt.
and
other

State
and
local
govt.

I U.S.
Domestic
Govt.
I and
„ postal
I savings M u tu a l; C om ­ Foreign
m er­
savings j cial

535
527

80
69

157
160

14
10

74
69

151
156

8
6

15,208
15,152

502 ■
523
I
475 |
492

65
59

156
150

7
7

15,545
16,261

14.890
15,706

471
397

56
61

2 123

834
893

17,462
19,160

16,897
18,573

412
395

939
948

21,128
23,958

20,545
23,361

11,217
12,566

1,119
1,248

27,016
29,964

2,320
2,361

10,584
10,888

1,346
1,364

1,249
1,327

2,111
2,559

9,807
11,236

7,135
7,186

2,054
2,325

2,020
2,113

77,021
82,129

7,341
7,424

2,139
3,054

105,254
117,007

80,705
89,993

7,944
7,916

3,595
2,794

149,684
163,172

112,664
124,880

84,766
95,701

1952—June 3 0 . . . . ........
Dec. 31................

160,622
171,357

120,810
129,992

1953—June 30................
Dec. 31................

164,046
175,083

1954—June 30................
Dec. 31................
1955—June 30................
Dec. 31.................

1939—June 30................
Dec. 30.................

52,327
56,076

37,243
40,839

24,772
27,197

3,122
2,886

739
790

838
613

7,177
8.601

1940—June 29.................
Dec. 31.................

58,425
63,469

42,911
47,716

28.899
32,401

3,099
3,298

756
666

521
971

1941—June 30.................
Dec. 31.................

65,617
69,421

49,706
53,561

34,331
36,547

3,535
3,677

666
1,763

1942—June 30................. >71,162
87,820
Dec. 31.................
LO
00

Tim e

\

595
753

15,084
15,237

14,298

8.937
9.677

699
703

15,515
15.753

14,780
15,001

792
1,077

9,700
9,823

682
673

15,911
15,860

»55,618
71,559

39.266
47,128

3,866
3,997

1,772
8,167

766
1,219

2 9,202
10,234

2 746
813

1943—June 30................
Dec. 31................

94,582
104,116

77,120
84,956

53,423
58,346

4,262
4,353

7,700
9,951

1,132
1,669

9,768
9,743

1944— June 30.................
Dec. 30.................

114,180
125,752

93,052
101,793

57,364
64,149

4,404
4,520

18,763
19,759

1,551
1,354

10,031
11,063

1945—June 30.................
Dec. 31................

134,282
147,811

107,266
117,847

65,508
72,606

4,700
5,099

23,483
23,743

1,240
2,585

1946—June 29................
Dec. 31.................

140,649
137,029

108,408
103,416

75,405
79,903

5,808
5,968

12,944
2,932

1947—June 30.................
Dec. 31.................

133,696
141,889

99,127
106,935

78,091
83,738

6,497
6,695

1948—June 30.......... ..
Dec. 31.................

135,981
140,683

100,496
105,155

78,301
81,699

1949“ June 30.................
Dec. 3 1 . . . ...........

135,416
143,194

99,286
107,146

1950—June 30.................
Dec. 30.................

141,992
153,498

1 9 5 1 -June 30.................
Dec. 31................




i

14,471

92

25
5

75
124

74
64

5
4

408
424

107
109

57
53

11

26,364
29,295

482
496

105
103

49
52

16
18

32,240
33,613

31,505
32,761

552
665

106
119

51
49

26
19

1 1,371
| 1,379

34,569
34,954

. 33,624
J 33,964

771
826

110
110

43
43

9,628
10,344

1,357
| 1,488

35,485
35,528

(

1,061
1,080 I

111
117

35
35

2,353 i
2,338 j

9,058
10,885

i
1

I 34,577
j 34,464

1,243
1,233

163
184

29
29

2,150
2,905

9,579
11,957

36,130
36,049
1,315
36,738
1.281
t 1,442 , 36,491

34,983
34,582

1,356
1,367

191
195

31
29

8,312
6,111
8,314 J 3,352

2,257
3,157 I

9,883
12,975

ii 1,335
37,020
ii 1,381 j 38,292

i

34,916
36,057

1,504
1,518

234
290

27
27

90,937
98,898

8,712
8,818

5,804
4,937

2,727
2,947

11,290
12,956

1,339
1,438

39,813
41,365

I

37,410
38,795

1,603
1,606

324
359

34
42

121,007
130,289

93,119
99,196

9,253
9,445

3,641 1 2,441
4,136
2,988

11,248
13,229

1,306
1,296

43,038
44,794

I 40,276
41,484

19716
1,9 2 8

350
350

41
48

172,458
183,309

125,198
134,783

93,465
102,715

9,828
9,808 ;

5,582
4,178

2,773
3,186 :

12,262
13,398

1,288
1,498

47,260
48,526

I 43,112
j 44,276

2,299
2,384

343
379

63
75

1,442
1,413

180,174
190,989

130,659
141,037

98,885
108,326

5,089
3,727

3,143
3,888

11,808
13,397

1,535
1,516

49,515
49,951

45,257
45.891

2,414
2,322

382
370

61
51

1,401
1,318

10,198
10,183

!

1,374

3 4 ,2 6 2
34,262

11

21
11
I
|
!

16
34
118
139

.

i
;
!

177
318
339
400
442
563
655

984

BANKS

Dem and
i
1

185,179
196,507

133,894
144,385

101,238
110,483

10,685
10,406

5,253
3,754

3,228
3,753

11,974
14,233

1,517
1,756

51,285
52,122

47,084
48,113

2,471
2,363

345
345

55
51

1,330
1 251

185,405
200,485

130,150
142,827

100,697
109,186

10,550
10,650

3,347
3,889

2,841
3,606

11,134
13,760

1,581
1,737

55,256
57,658

50,835
53,325

2,687
2,750

343
317

65
44

1,325
1,222

203,437
215,169

139,440
•149,488

102,017
114,645

10,864
10,901

9,191
4,265

3,728
4,012

12,030
14,037

1,611
1,629

63,997
65,681

57,335
59,570

4,070
3,553

302
347

159
160

2 131
2,051

206,706
219,012

139,128
151,538

109,173
115,672

10,449
11,432

2,774
5,048

3,386
3,878

11,828
13,832

1,518
1,675

67,578
67,473

61,526
62,697

3,705
3,121

333
296

143
100

1 871
1,260

212,965
228,993

144,520
155,709

109,967
116.606

10,719
11,650

6,405
5,940

3,665
4,576

12,364
15.555

1,401
1,582

68,445
73,284

63,271
66,834

3,580
4,510

270
272

115
199

1,210
1,469

1961—June 30................
Dec. 30.................

224,266
247,905

144,566
165,093

108,492
123,490

8 652
656

11,836
12,216

6,363
5,943

3,737
5,037

605
700

11,849
15,752

1,032
1,298

79,700
82,812

61,145
63,888

10,898
10,673

3 1,811
2,178

5,239
5,442

301
297

23
15

173
196

109
122

1962—June 30.................
Dec. 28.................

244,618
261,444

152,117
163,217

111,465
123,297

660
724

11,793
12,064

9,539
6,825

4,415
4,450

669
684

12,393
13,907

1,183
1,265

92,501
98,227

67,386
71,044

15,927
17,634

2,163
2,432

6,318
6,427

314
284

42
38

217
240

133
127

1963—June 29 ................
Dec. 20................

265,565
274,647

159,101
162,952

115,731
123 561

626
842

12,387
12,261

11,019
6,729

4,439
4,448

710
610

12,925
13,323

1,264
1,177

106,463
111,694

74,390
76,414

21,072
23,619

2,857
3,045

7,442
7,884

268
286

47
49

281
269

107
129

1964—June 30................
Dec. 31................

284,551
306,230

164,123
178,691

120,715
134,301

676
826

12,561
13,498

10,252
6,501

4,802
5,878

749
740

13,051
15,493

1,316
1,455

120,428
127,539

79,448
82,967

27,857
29,838

3,574
3,894

8,665
9,799

277
291

83
119

358
383

168
250

1965—June 30................
Dec. 31.................

310,752
331,513

172,378
183,837

124,665
139,078

783
893

13,280
14,242

11,777
5,524

5,928
5,932

774
861

13,785
15,779

1,387
1,529

138,374
147,676

87,356
92,555

35,161
37,641

4,054
4,086

10,557
12,170

295
281

217
162

456
510

277
271

1966—June 30.................
Dec. 31.................

338,405
352,840

181,115
191,737

131,001
144,324

774
869

14,914
15,059

10,988
4,990

6,634
6,981

876
783

14,471
16,947

1,457
1,784

157,289
161,103

91,016
90,077

48,021
52,184

4,332
4,212

12,623
13,462

249
258

173
148

585
477

289
284

1967—June 30................
Dec. 30................

360,210
395,796

183,465
210,457

137,094
158,491

771
874

15,202
15,578

5,150
5,239

7,441
8,641

807
935

15,406
18,788

1,594
1,910

176,745
185,339

91,462
94,451

62,849
68,276

5,050
5,166

15,664
15,888

287
286

477
209

708
727

248
335

29.................
31.................

394,543
434,652

202,523
228,725

150,200
172,007

758
867

16,303
16,881

4,961
5,012

9,924
9,480

862
934

17,646
21,425

1,869
2,119

192,020
205,927

94,988
96,166

74,526
84,340

4,629
4,752

16,510
19,115

330
377

200
149

591
714

246
313

30.................
31.................

426,352
436,990

223,674
240,131

162,900
178,186

811
940

16,929
17,559

5,636
5,051

12,409
11,508

1,089
1,017

21,763
23,394

2,135
2,475

202,678
196,859

94,977
93,796

85,296
82,445

4,502
6,379

16,724
13,260

362
223

37
31

526
415

254
310

1970—June 30................
Dec. 31.................

433,972
482,514

226,711
247,170

164,400
181,897

942
920

17,091
17,785

8,050
7,915

10,109
8,387

985
975

22,739
26,291

2,395
3,001

207,261
235,343

94,310
98,816

87,804
106,147

6,796
4,627

17,205
23,290

210
465

94
278

510
1,424

332
295

Dec. 31.................

1958—June 23.................

1968—June
Dec.
u>
VO.
1969—June
Dec.

GENERAL NOTES TO TABLE 3.1
Beginning June 30, 1969, figures take into account the
following changes made effective as o f that d a te : (1) inclusion
of consolidated reports (including figures for all bankpremises subsidiaries and other significant majority-owned
domestic subsidiaries) and (2) reporting o f figures for total
loans and for individual categories o f securities on a gross
basis—that is, before deduction o f valuation reserves—
rather than as previously reported.

P a rt E :
1 N ot com parable with am ounts reported for prior dates
because o f the exclusion o f reciprocal interbank dem and
deposits with banks in the U nited States, except private
banks a n d U.S. branches o f foreign banks. These reciprocal
deposits were $624,029,000.
2 Estimated.
3 D eposits o f foreign governments, central banks, and so
forth, which include deposits o f international institutions,
were n o t reported separately; such deposits were included for
the m ost part with foreign interbank deposits.

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P art D :
* Beginning Dec. 31, 1965, figures for total holdings o f
U.S. G ovt, direct securities include holdings o f guaranteed

securities. As o f that date, com ponents o f the total are shown
a t par rather than a t book value; they do not add to the total
(shown a t book value) and are not com parable with earlier
figures.
2 Reclassified as obligations of Federal agencies.

INSURED

NOTES TO SPEC IFIC PARTS O F TABLE 3.1
P art C
* Amounts o f Federal funds included in this item are
(in millions o f dollars):
1965—Dec. 31
2,064
1966—June 30
2,061
Dec. 31
2,460

3 Beginning with June 30, 1966, loans to farm ers guaranteed
by the CCC are classified as securities ("Federal agency"
under “ Other bonds, notes, and debentures"}.
3 A m ounts o f Federal funds and o f securities purchased
under agreements to resell that are included in this item are
(in millions o f d ollars):
1967—June 30
3,876
Dec. 30
3,924
1968—June 29
4,655
Dec. 31
6,526
1969—June 30
7,075
Dec. 31
9,712
1970—June 30
10,878
Dec. 31
15,952

INSURED BANKS
3.2

INSURED MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKS
A. PR IN C IPA L ASSETS, JU N E AND DECEMBER 1939-70
[In millions of dollars]

Loans and investments
Loans

Investments

Real
estate

U.S.
G overn­
ment
obliga­
tions

Call
date
Total
Total

Other

Total

Other
securi­
ties

Cash,
balances
with
other
banks,
and
cash
items in
process
of col­
lection

Bank
premises,
furniture,
a nd
fixtures

Other
assets

Other
real
estate

Total
assets

1939—June 3 0 . .. .
Dcc. 3 0 ....

1,197
1,329

576
605

552
572

23
33

621
724

411

244
303

95
133

16
18

75
73

12

1,393
1,566

1940—June 29
Dcc. 3 1 ....

1,317
1,655

598
637

568
601

30
35

719
1,018

420
548

299
470

167
202

18
25

71
94

11
8

1,585
1,984

1941—June 3 0 . .. .
Dec. 3 1 . .. .

1,655
1,693

641
642

604
609

37
33

1,015
1,050

569
629

446
421

201

151

25
24

89
81

8
10

1,979
1,958

1942—June 3 0 ....
Dec. 3 1 ....

1,800
2,007

692
740

664
712

29
28

1,108
1,267

686

422
405

143
130

24
27

77
77

10

861

2,056
2,254

1943—June 3 0 ....
Dcc. 3 1 . .. .

2,704
7,525

1,0t3
3,073

986
3,046

27
27

1,691
4,452

1,264
3,844

427
608

170
559

33
77

82
154

1944— June 3 0 ... .
Dec. 3 0 ....

8,489
9,223

3,111
3,110

3,081
3,077

31
33

5,378
6,113

4,752
5 509

626
604

381
400

78
76

120

1945—June 3 0 ....
Dec. 3 1 ....

10,063
10,846

3,089
3,081

3,051
3,041

38
40

6,974
7,765

6,368
7,160

607
606

422
429

1946—June 2 9 ....
Dec. 3 1 ....

11,453
11,891

3,132
3,250

3,091
3,207

41
44

8,322
8,641

7,662
7,946

660
695

1947—June 3 0 ....
Dec. 31. ..

12,375
12,683

3,370
3,560

3,322
3,507

48
53

9,005
9,123

8,216
8,165

1948—June 3 0 ....
Dec. 31-----

13,142
13,312

3,769
4,109

3,917
4,260

59
59

9,373
9,202

1949—June 3 0 ....
Dcc. 3 1 . .. .

13,880
14,209

4,397
4,814

4,553
4,973

56
60

1950— June 3 0 ... ,
Dcc. 3 0 ....

14,827
15,101

5,288
6,086

5,447
6,237

66

1951—June 3 0 ....
Dec. 3 1 ....

15,668
16,190

6,829
7,523

1952—June 3 0 ....
Dec. 3 1 ....

16,857
17,621

8.043
8,691

1953—June 3 0 ....
Dcc. 3 1 ....

18,609
19,252

1954— June 30___
Dcc. 3 1 . .. .

20,121

377

9

13
48

3,009
8,364

75

51
54

9,119
9,827

75
71

47
26

51
51

10,658
11 ,424

550
612

70
70

14
U

50
53

12,138
12,637

789
958

658
675

70
78

10

4

55
59

13,169
13,499

8,169
7,795

1,204
1,407

644
684

80
82

7
5

61
66

13,933
14,150

9,484
9,394

7,940
7,832

1,544
1,562

629
682

83
82

4

73
84-

14,672
15,060

9,539
9,015

7,945
7,487

1 594
1 528

659
617

84

5

88

79

88

6

94

15,663
15,907

6,973
7,605

80
83

8,839

7,169
6,921

1,670
1,746

688

8 ,6 6 8

695

89
93

4
3

145
148

16,595
17,129

8 ,1 2 2

8,753

85
93

8,814
8,930

6,730
6,593

2,084
2,337

756
732

96
103

2
3

171
153

17,883
18,612

9,325
10,016

9,384
10,070

102

109

9,284
9,236

6,642
6,476

2,642
2,760

692
799

109
114

1
1

178
167

19,590
20,334

10,804
11,651

10,839
11.700

134
127

9,317
9,179

6.309
6,117

3,008
3.062

807
832

121

20,830

129

3
2

385
588

21,237
21,981

1955—June 3 0 ....
Dcc. 3 1 ....

21,617
22,331

12,567
13,563

12,613
13,609

135
144

9,050
8,768

5,998
5,858

3,052
2,910

808
785

135
139

3
2

199
201

22,761
23,458

1956—June 3 0 ....
Dec. 3 1 ....

23,168
24,170

14.514
15,542

14,539
15,568

168
168

8,654
8,628

5.636
5,518

3,018
3,110

739
739

146
152

2

3

217
218

24,271
25,282

1957—June 6 ........
Dec. 3 1 ....

25,185
26,535

16,228
17,194

16,187
17,210

238
182

8,957
9,341

5.505
5.404

3.452
3,937

672
719

157
167

4
3 !

2^3
246

26.241
27,671

1958— June 2 3 ....
Dec. 3 1 ....

27,869
28,980

18,132
19,180

18,065
19,155

268
232

9,737
9,800

5,234
5,215

4.503
4;585

745
752

176
183

4
5

226
270

29,021
30,189

1959— June 1 0 ....
Dcc. 3 1 ....

30,150
30,580

20.106
20.942

20,033
20,884

274
264

10,044
9,638

5,324
5,016

4,721
4,622

630

192

686

200

7
S

249
269

31.228
31,743

1960—June 1 5 ....
Dec. 3 1 ....

31,133
33,794

21.721
23,852

21,526
23,731

406
338

9,411
9,942

4,743
4,787

4,669
5,155

624
766

206
227

10

14

239
292

32.211
35,092

1961—June 3 0 ....
Dec. 3 0 ... .

34,764
35,660

24,775
25,812

24,654
25,640

331
392

9,989
9,848

4,741
4,690

5,248
5,158

756
828

236
247

21
20

297
310

36,074
37,065

1962—“
June 3 0 ....
Dcc. 28___

36,989
38,597

27,179
28,778

26,973
28.441

422
552

9,810
9,819

4,708
4,639

5,102
5.180

779
784

256
269 j

20
20

321
282

38.366
39,951

20

6

1

1963—June 2 9 ....
Dec. 2 0 . .. .

40,128
41,664

30,533
32,300

30,264
31,892

485
626

9,595
9,365

4,545
4.324

5,050
5.041

789
722

279
290 j

23
23 j

362
320

41 .580
43.019

1964— June 3 0 ....
Dec. 3 1 ....

43,431
45.358

34,050
36,233

33,706
35,823

556
620

9,381
9,125

4,316
4,110

5.064
5,015

799
893

337 I
343

1

Oi

456
450

45.022
47,044




140

IN SU R ED BANKS
3.2
A.

INSURED MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKS—Continued

PR IN C IPA L ASSETS, JU N E AND D ECEM BER, 1939-70—Continued
[In millions o f dollars]
Loans and investments
Loans

Investments

Total

Real
estate

U.S.
G overn­
ment
obliga­
tions

Other
securi­
ties

Call
date
Total
O ther

Total

Cash,
balances
with
other
banks,
and
cash
items in
process
of col­
lection

Bank
premises,
furniture,
and
fixtures

Other
real
estate

Other
assets

Total
assets

1965—June 3 0 ....
Dec. 31..

47,03!
48,735

37,970
39,964

37,479
39,436

702
738

9,060
8,770

3.975
3,760

5,085
5,010

910
904

366
381

0)
0)

500
480

48,806
50,500

1966— June 30___
Dec. 3 1 . .. .

49,680
51,269

41,103
42,593

40,525
41,808

789
925

8,577
8,676

3,432
3,324

5,145
5,352

854
848

403
415

0)
C)
1

514
518

51,452
53,049

1967—June 30___
Dcc. 30___

53,787
55,939

44,149
45,492

43,218
44,596

1,067
1,023

9,638
10,447

3,034
3,111

6,604
7,336

1,016
882

411
429

28
31

568
587

55,810
57,867

1968—June 2 9 ....
Dec. 3 1 . .. .

58,179
60,090

46,815
48,287

45,736
47,177

1,201
1,232

11,365
11,803

3,039
2,855

8,325
8,948

833
883

455
470

40
36

622
643

60,130
62,123

1969—June 3 0 ....
Dec. 3 1 . .. .

61,863
62,672

49,708
50,829

48,322
49,329

1,508
1,620

12,155
11,844

2,635
2,446

9,520
9,398

713
780

484
497

38
48

646
637

63,745
64,634

1970—June 3 0 . .. .
Dec. 3 1 ....

64,077
66,106

51 ,730
52,635

49,873
50,696

1,980
2,058

12,346
13,471

2,377
2,354

9,970
11,117

785
1,116

508
529

60
63

686
728

66,116
68,541

1 Included in "bank premises, furniture, and fixtures.”

3.2

INSURED MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKS—Continued

B. PR IN C IPA L LIA BILITIES, AND N UM BER, JU N E AND DECEM BER
[Amounts in millions o f dollars]

Call
date

Total
deposits

Capital accounts

Miscel­
laneous
liabilities

Capital
notes and
debentures

Total

Surplus and
guaranty
funds

Undivided
profits

Total
liabilities

Reserves
for con­
tingencies

N um ber
of banks

1939— June 30..........
Dec. 30..........

1,246
1,409

3
4

144
153

10
9

95
107

23
21

16
15

1,393
1,566

49
51

1940—June 29..........
Dec. 31..........

1,428
1,818

6
5

151
161

8
8

101
127

20
19

22
6

1 ,585
1 ,984

51
53

1941—June 30..........
Dec. 31..........

1,803
1.789

11
6

166
164

7
7

128
130

24
19

6
8

1,979
1,958

53
52

1942—June 30..........
Dec, 31..........

1,864
2,048

9
5

182
201

6
6

143
156

24
28

8
11

2,056
2,254

53
56

1943—June 30..........
Dec. 31..........

2,739
7,534

12
22

258
808

6
5

208
632

34
149

10
21

3,009
8,364

61
184

1944— June 30..........
Dec. 30..........

8,235
8,910

25
25

858
892

5
5

665
700

163
163

26
24

9,119
9,827

192
192

1945— June 30..........
Dec, 31..........

9,671
10,363

30
26

956
1,034

5
5

733
791

188
205

30
33

10,658
11,424

192
192

1946—June 29..........
Dec. 31..........

10,979
11,428

36
36

1,122
1,173

5
5

837
879

239
243

42
45

12,138
12,637

191
191

1947—June 30..........
Dec. 31..........

11,901
12,207

50
40

1,218
1,252

4
5

907
939

255
256

51
52

13,169
13,499

191
194

1948— June 3 0 .........
Dec. 31..........

12,581
12,772

50
44

1,302
1,334

5
5

971
998

273
281

54
51

13,933
14,150

193
193

1949— June 30..........
Dec. 31..........

13,241
13,592

50
49

1,381
1,420

5
5

1,028
1,060

291
295

58
59

14,672
15,060

191
192

1950—June 30..........
Dec. 30..........

14,128
14,320

69
74

1,467
1,513

6
5

1,087
1,124

313
322

62
62

15,663
15,907

192
194

1951—June 30..........
Dec. 31..........

14,924
15,368

88
83

1,582
1,678

0)
(l)

1,164
1,217

357
384

61
77

16,595
17,129

201
202

1952—June 30..........
Dec. 31

16,081
16,785

102
96

1,700
1,730

0)

0)

1,241
1,270

380
371

78
89

17,883
18,612

205
206




141

IN SU R ED BANKS
3,2
B.

INSURED MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKS—Continued

PRINCIPAL LIABILITIES, AND NUMBER, JUNE AND DECEMBER, 1939-70—Continued
[Amounts in millions o f dollars]

C npital account s
Call
date

Total
deposits

Miscel­
laneous
liabilities
Total

Capital
notes and
debentures

Surplus and
guaranty
funds

Undivided
profits

Reserves
for con­
tingencies

Total
liabilities

Number
of banks

1953—June 30..........
Dcc. 31..........

17,695
18,383

124
133

1,771
1,819

(M
(')

1,301
1,340

371
370

100
109

19,590
20,334

213
219

1954—June 30..........
Dec. 31..........

19,195
19,885

175
176

1,868
1,920

(l)
(')

1,401
1,443

373
366

93
no

21,237
21,981

219
218

1955—June 30..........
Dec. 31..........

20,590
21,237

206
215

1,965
2,006

0)
(•)

1,475
1,515

373
367

117
123

22,761
23,458

218
220

1956—June 30..........
Dcc. 31..........

21,959
22,886

251
267

2,061
2,130

(l)
(l>

1,552
1.618

368
364

141
147

24,271
25,282

220
223

1957— June 6 ............
Dcc. 31..........

23,578
25,022

423
340

2,240
2,309

0)
(')

1,647
1,743

439
403

154
163

26,241
27,671

234
239

1958—June 23..........
Dec. 31..........

26,082
27,277

506
440

2,433
2,473

(')
(*)

1,783
1,861

480
427

170
185

29,021
30,189

239
241

1959—June 10..........
Dec. 31..........

28,041
28,577

579
512

2,608
2,654

0>
0)

1,899
1,967

514
481

196
206

31,228
31,743

251
268

1960—Ju n e !5 ..........
Dcc. 31..........

28,824
31,502

652
592

2,735
2,998

1,995
2,161

533
566

207
^7^

32,211
35,092

268
325

32,530
33,400

454
474

3,090
3,191

2,209
2,270

593
625

288
296

36,074
37,065

325
330

Dec. 28..........

34,581
36,104

525
504

3,259
3,343

2,324
2,364

652
699

282
281

38,366
39,951

331
331

1963—June 29..........
Dec 30..........

37,585
38,657

581
790

3,414
3,572

1

2,440
2,474

700
828

274
269

41,580
43,019

331
330

1964—June 30..........
Dcc. 31.........

40,797
42,751

608
562

3,618
3,731

1
1

2,582
2,659

748
760

288
311

45,022
47,044

327
327

1965—June 30..........
Dec. 31..........

44,293
45,887

665
655

3,848
3,957

1
3

2,726
2,799

803
822

318
334

48,806
50,500

327
329

1966—June 30..........
Dec. 31..........

46,682
48,256

723
654

4,046
4,140

3
3

2,846
2,924

859
822

338
392

51,452
53,049

332
332

1967—June 30..........
Dec. 30..........

50,880
52,913

740
717

4,191
4,238

3
3

3,009
3,072

787
774

391
388

55,810
57,867

334
333

1968— June 29..........
Dcc. 31..........

54,992
56,861

788
781

4,350
4,481

3
4

3,163
3,246

795
843

388
389

60,130
62,123

332
334

1969— June 30..........
Dcc. 31..........

58,289
58,868

849
1,068

4,607
4,698

4
5

3,322
3,317

883
970

399
405

63,745
64,634

333
331

1970—June 30..........
Dcc. 31 ,

60,198
62,684

1,142
1,000

4,777
4,857

5
6

3,357
3,382

990
1,018

425
451

66,116
68,541

331
329

1 Included with reserves for contingencies.




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WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
Contents
IN T R O D U C T IO N ___________________ 145
CO V ER A G E O F SERIES____________

146

_____

148

ASSETS A N D LIA BILITIES_________

149

e v is io n

_____ ________________ 153

148

______________

R

146

______ ____ _____

1966

June

R

Banks

e p o r t in g

and

C

i t i e s ______

Loans
Investments
1969

July
In d u stry
A

Breakdow

d ju s t m e n t

July

1959

R

P

n

rocedures

e v is io n

. __________________149

Loans
G overnm ent securities
Reconciliation, etc.

U .S .

A

p r il

1961

R

e v is io n

Deposits
Loan classification




— _______________

e v is io n

_________________ __154

Reserves on loans and securities
C onsolidation of domestic subsidiaries
Newly reported inform ation
M em oranda

154
154
155
155

C O M M ER C IA L A N D IN D U ST R IA L
LOANS, BY IN D U S T R Y __________ _157

149
150
150
151

R

153
153

I n a u g u r a t io n
R
O

ther

151
153

e v is io n s

R

T

of

S e r ie s

hrough

and

1963__________ 157

e v i s i o n s _______________________

______ 158

Sample criteria: Volume o flo a n s
Changes in loan classifications
New m aturity classification

143

159
159
159

Tables

4.1

4.2

4.3

Assets and Liabilities
A. M ember Banks, Weekly, 1941-65___ ______________________________ ____
160
B. Large Commercial Banks, Weekly, 1965-70_____________________________ 260
Commercial and Industrial Loans, by Industry
A. Changes. Weekly, at M ember Banks. 1951-63
_________________
288
B. Outstanding, Weekly, at M ember Banks, 1964-66--------------------- -- ----------302
C. Outstanding, Weekly, at Large Commercial Banks, 1967-70---------- ----------- 308
Term Commercial and Industrial Loans O utstanding at Large Commercial
Banks, M onthly, 1967-70_ __________ _________ _________________________
316




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Section 4

INTRODUCTION
The series as revised in July of that year
included only banks with deposits of $100
million or more as of Decem ber 31, 1965;
banks with total deposits of less than $100
million were dropped. As a result of the change
in size criteria, some nonm em ber banks were
included in the series. In view of these changes,
the title of the series on assets and liabilities
was changed from “Condition of Weekly R e­
porting M ember Banks in Leading Cities” to
“Weekly Condition R eport of Large Commer­
cial Banks.” In a further change in July 1969,
the series was revised to include figures for
significant domestic subsidiaries.
In December 1970, the most recent period
for which figures are shown herein, banks in
the weekly reporting series held about 55 per
cent of the loans and investments of all com­
mercial banks in the United States. However,
they held almost 75 per cent of all commercial
and industrial loans, and the smaller num ber
that classified their commercial and industrial
loans by industry accounted for about 85 per
cent of the total of such loans for all banks in

The B oard of Governors, in cooperation
with the Federal Reserve Banks, has collected
weekly reports of condition from selected
m em ber banks in leading cities since November
1917. The purpose of the reports is to provide
information on money m arket and credit devel­
opments more prom ptly than is possible on the
basis of call reports of condition or the some­
what abbreviated data that are available
monthly for all commercial banks by classes.
The weekly reports show details on assets and
liabilities of the reporting banks and, since
1951, an industry breakdown of commercial
and industrial loans for a slightly smaller group
of banks.
T o meet increasingly urgent needs for infor­
m ation concerning changing conditions in
banking and in credit markets, a m ajor change
was m ade in the series in 1966. The revision
had two aims: (1 ) to cover the largest volume
of bank assets possible in the smallest num ber
of banks; and (2 ) to account for a m ajor
share of the short-term fluctuations in m ajor
asset and liability categories of those banks.




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process for recent years is given later in this
section.
The following material describes major
changes in the series for weekly reporting
banks beginning with 1941, and Tables 4.1
through 4.3 provide data for all such banks.
Separate balance sheet data for weekly report­
ing banks in New York City and for such banks
in other leading cities are not included in this
section, but such data are available regularly
in the Federal Reserve Bulletin as well as in
mimeographed statements, which are published
each week.

the weekly reporting series. The banks were
located for the most part in large cities, where
they are affected quickly by short-term money
market factors. The weekly series is not typical
of conditions among smaller banks, for which
changes take place slowly and may be quite
different.
The weekly reporting series has been adjusted
to prevent distortions that would otherwise
occur as a result of the merging of nonreporting
banks into weekly reporting banks or the with­
drawal from the series of banks that cease to
report. A detailed description of the adjustment

COVERAGE OF SERIES
Statistics for weekly reporting banks are
affected by the num ber of banks included, by
mergers of reporting and nonreporting banks,
and by the procedures for incorporating such
changes in the series.

cluded” and “included” branches in order to
obtain estimates for use in the series.1 Hence,
the series became more representative of cur­
rent banking conditions in the larger cities than
it had been before.
As a result of this change, the total number
of cities, including only the head-office cities
of branch systems, was reduced from 101 to 94.
Some cities not included in the earlier series
were added, while a number of other cities
were eliminated. Cities were selected on the
basis of the ratio of member bank deposits in
the city to the deposits of all commercial banks
in the Federal Reserve district, but exceptions
were made for special situations. No city could
be included unless the banks that reported in
that city accounted for 75 per cent of all mem­
ber bank deposits in the city. With two minor
exceptions, however, the actual coverage
ranged between 90 and 100 per cent. Previ­
ously the coverage had been less than 60 per
cent in some cities.
The number of banks reporting was increased
from 371 to 441. Nearly one-half of the in­
crease was in three cities— New York, Chi­
cago, and Washington— where 27, 26, and 14
banks, respectively, were included as compared
with 16, 12, and 8 in the old series.
The percentage of total commercial bank

R EPO R TIN G BANKS AND CITIES
The reporting banks and the cities covered
remained virtually unchanged in the period
1941 through June 1947. Since then, however,
it has been necessary to change the coverage
of the series several times in order to reflect
the appreciable changes that have taken place
in population growth and business activity, in
volume and distribution of bank deposits, in
the form of banking organization, and in
general economic activity.
The first of these changes in series was made
in July 1947. At that time a num ber of im­
portant banks were added and the num ber of
cities covered was reduced.
One of the major changes in 1947 was to
include consolidated figures for all branches
of all reporting banks, regardless of location.
Growth of branch banking had introduced a
num ber of inconsistencies and difficulties in
reporting, because most branches outside the
reporting centers had been excluded from the
old series. The inclusion of all branches elim­
inated the necessity of prorating certain aggre­
gate asset and liability figures between “ex­




'T h e inclusion o f all b ranches also rem oved the
possibility of indicating precisely the n u m b er of
cities included in the series.
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deposits represented by the revised series was
increased from 49 to about 57, and the per­
centage of total member bank deposits repre­
sented was increased from 57 to about 67.
The increased coverage was particularly large
in the San Francisco Reserve District. The re­
vised series included more than 75 per cent of
all commercial bank deposits in that District,
as compared with about 39 per cent in the old
series. Most of the increase reflected the in­
clusion of the assets and liabilities of all
branches of reporting banks wherever located.
Beginning with July 1947, the weekly report­
ing series included more than 98 per cent of
the deposits of banks in New York City and
Chicago and 96 per cent of the deposits of
other reserve city banks. The so-called “coun­
try” banks in the series held about 17 per cent
of the deposits of all country member banks.
During the late 1940’s and in the 1950’s
the banking structure showed further sub­
stantial change. The num ber of banks declined
— largely as a result of mergers— and the
num ber of branches expanded sharply. In fact,
as a result of mergers and absorptions and of
withdrawals of banks from membership in the
System, the num ber of banks in the weekly
reporting series declined by 84 in the period
from July 1947, when the series was revised,
to a total of 357 in mid-1959. Moreover,
banking operations expanded more in some
areas than in others. This made it advisable to
change the reporting groups in many areas to
improve the usefulness of the series for re­
gional analysis.
On July 8, 1959, therefore, the number of
cities, including only the head-office cities of
branch systems, was increased from 94 to 107,
and the number of banks was increased from
357 to 368, a net expansion in coverage of 11
banks (37 added and 26 elim inated). For the
most part the banks that were added were
of substantial size, while those taken out were
relatively small. As a result of these changes,
the proportion of total commercial bank de­
posits represented by the weekly reporting
member bank series increased from about 55
to 60 per cent, while the proportion of total
mem ber bank deposits represented increased
from about 65 to 70 per cent.




In the process of revising the coverage of
the series, adjustments that had been made in
the series over the years were eliminated.
These adjustments had been made to prevent
accumulated distortions that would otherwise
have resulted from mergers of nonreporting
banks with reporting banks. This revision alone
accounted for about two-fifths of the $10
billion of assets added to the series.
As of April 1961 the series was revised to
include 106 cities (including only the headoffice cities of branch systems) and 356 banks.
This represented a reduction of one in the
num ber of cities and 12 in the number of
banks from July 1, 1959. One reporting bank
had moved its head office to a reporting city,
and this caused a reduction in the num ber of
head-office cities. The reduction in the number
of banks resulted from mergers and absorptions
and from the withdrawal of one bank from
Federal Reserve membership.
A net increase of $1.7 billion in coverage
resulted from eliminating accumulated adjust­
ments previously made at the time of bank
mergers to prevent distortions. Mergers of two
large banks accounted for about $1 billion of
the increase. Numerous other mergers of non­
reporting banks with reporting banks accounted
for the remainder.
Mergers and absorptions of banks and the
establishment of branches continued at a fast
rate in the 1960’s, and by July 1966, when the
series was again revised, the num ber of report­
ing banks had declined by 12, to 344.
As previously noted, the series as revised in
1966 covered virtually all of the assets of mem­
ber and nonmember commercial banks in the
United States with deposits in excess of $100
million. The revised panel included 341 report­
ing banks compared with 344 before; 91
smaller banks were dropped, and 88 were
added.
The net effect of adding large banks and
dropping smaller ones was to increase total
assets by about $12.4 billion, or about 6 per
cent.2 The revised series included more than 61

-T h is figure excludes an increase of $3.4 billion re ­
flecting additions of the “adju stm en t b a n k ” described
later.

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Weekly Reporting Banks
industrial loans as of December 31, 1965. And
the revised panel, consisting of between 150
and 160 large commercial banks, member and
nonmember, accounted for about 90 per cent
of all business loans in the weekly reporting
series and for about 70 per cent of total busi­
ness loans of all insured commercial banks.
By December 1970 these percentages had de­
clined to about 85 and 60, respectively.

per cent of the assets of all commerical banks.
However, for some of the more volatile and
im portant asset and liability items that are
held predominantly in large commercial banks,
the coverage was substantially greater.

IND USTRY BREAKDOW N
A bout 200 member banks in the weekly
reporting series were asked to submit data
during April 1951 for tabulation of a new
series on commercial and industrial loans by
industry. At the end of May 1951, 220 banks
were reporting changes in their larger loans
as to industry and purpose. Practically the
only changes in num ber of banks from then
until January 1964, when the number had
declined to approximately 200, were the result
of mergers. During that period this group of
banks held roughly 90 to 95 per cent of total
commercial and industrial loans of all weekly
reporting member banks and between 70 and
75 per cent of those of all insured commercial
banks.
A bout 200 banks continued to report sta­
tistics for the industry classification after the
series was changed to show loans outstanding
instead of changes beginning in late 1963, as
described later in this section. However, from
then through 1966 these banks accounted for
declining percentages of total commercial and
industrial loans of all weekly reporting member
banks and of all insured commercial banks.
By the end of 1966 the proportions had de­
clined to about 80 per cent and 65 per cent,
respectively.
When the weekly reporting bank sample was
changed in mid-1966, 16 smaller banks that
were dropped from the weekly reporting series
were also excluded from the commercial and
industrial loan series; however, these banks
continued to report individual bank data to
the end of the calendar year 1966. At the
year-end an additional 47 banks were dropped
and 25 banks were added to the reporting
panel.
The series, as revised, included most weekly
reporting large commercial banks that had
more than $50 million in commercial and




ADJUSTM ENT PROCEDURES
There is a continuing need to adjust the
weekly reporting series to reflect the merging
of nonreporting banks into the weekly report­
ing banks and the withdrawal of any banks
that cease to report. Until the series was re­
vised in 1966, such adjustments had been
made only when a comprehensive revision of
the series was undertaken. A t the time of that
revision, for example, total assets were in­
creased by $3.4 billion because of adding in
adjustments to cover the 1961-66 period.
Under the reporting methods adopted in 1966,
the cumulative effects of such adjustments are
reduced, because the adjustments are now
being added (or subtracted, as the case may
be) each year so as to reflect the actual levels
of assets and liabilities of all banks reporting.
Once a bank merges with another bank,
of course, it is impossible to segregate future
changes in its assets and liabilities from changes
in the assets and liabilities of the bank into
which it merges. Nevertheless, for many pur­
poses, it is essential to maintain as high a de­
gree of comparability as possible between sum­
mary data for one week and summary data for
another week. For this purpose, the Board has
used an “adjustment bank” process. Since the
1966 revision of the series, this is the way the
adjustment bank has worked:
When a nonreporting bank, for example,
merges with a reporting bank, the amounts of
its assets and liabilities as of the date of the
merger are set aside and held in the adjustment
bank. (Such amounts are considered “negative”
components.) Similarly, if a reporting bank
drops out of the series, its outstanding assets
and liabilities, as of the date of the withdrawal,

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Section 4
are placed in the adjustment bank (as positive
com ponents). Each week during the year the
figures for all large commercial banks are re­
duced or expanded, as the case may be, by the
net of the components in the adjustment bank.
In this way, comparability is m aintained in the
series from week to week. A t the end of the
year the B oard publishes cumulative figures for

the adjustment bank. These figures indicate the
extent to which each asset and liability item for
the last Wednesday of the year for all large
commercial banks has been affected by the
adjustment bank process. Then, as of the first
Wednesday of the next year, these figures are
automatically “folded into” the series by the
elimination of the adjustm ent bank.

ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
measure of business loans because it included
loans to sales finance companies and to m ort­
gage companies. In some weeks, changes in
loans to sales finance companies alone were
larger than the net change in loans to all other
business borrowers combined.
Secondly, no category reflected the volume
of bank credit being extended to the foregoing
financial intermediaries or to other types such
as personal loan and finance companies, in­
surance companies, and savings and loan
associations. Loans to the latter types of in­
stitutions were reported with “other” loans,
along with loans to churches, charitable and
educational institutions, and so forth. At times
the volume of credit to these financing insti­
tutions expanded sharply but was not iden­
tifiable except through special surveys.
Segregation of loans to financial institutions
and redefinitions of other loan categories to
remove the loans to these institutions provided
users of the series with a m ore accurate meas­
ure of the amount of bank credit being chan­
neled from banks through nonbank financial
intermediaries, and it im proved the usefulness
of all loan categories, particularly the com­
mercial and industrial loan segment. The avail­
ability of figures for loans to domestic com­
mercial banks provided an accurate measure
of domestic interbank transactions. Heretofore
it had been difficult to m easure such loans,
for they were combined with loans to mutual
savings banks and loans to foreign banks;
loans to the latter have become increasingly
important.
A less im portant change in loan classifica­
tions was the provision of more information

The form in which statistics for assets and
liabilities of weekly reporting banks were re­
ported remained virtually unchanged during
the period 1941 through mid-1959. There­
after, major revisions were made in July 1959,
April 1961, June 1966, and July 1969, as
described below.

JU L Y 1959 R EV ISIO N
The new report form adopted in July 1959
was designed to provide a more adequate
breakdown of loans and to show more in­
form ation on the maturities of U.S. Govern­
ment security holdings.
Loans. The most im portant change among
loan categories was the segregation of loans
to financial institutions. Loans to these institu­
tions, which previously had been included in
commercial and industrial loans, in “other”
loans, and, to a lesser extent, in loans to banks
were shown for four types of institutions:
1. Domestic commercial banks;
2. Foreign commercial banks;
3. Sales finance, personal finance, factors,
and other business credit companies; and
4. Other financial institutions (m utual sav­
ings banks, insurance companies, mortgage
companies, savings and loan associations, and
Federal lending agencies)
.
Users of banking data had believed for some
time that inadequacies in the loan classification
were seriously limiting the analytical value of
the data. In the first place, the commercial
and industrial loan category was not a clean




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loan items affected by reclassification, there is
a reconciliation for only one date— July 1,
1959, when the banks were requested to pro­
vide a reconciliation between the old and the
new forms.
The reclassifications consisted of the follow­
ing transfers: (1 ) from commercial and indus­
trial loans— $3,241 million of loans to sales
finance companies, factors, etc., to the new
item for sales finance and personal finance
companies, and $1,183 million of loans to
mortgage companies and other real estate
lenders to the new item of “other” nonbank
financial institutions; (2 ) $2 million of loans
to mutual savings banks, from loans to banks
to loans to “other” nonbank financial institu­
tions; (3 ) $505 million of loans to personal
finance and loan companies, from “other”
loans to the new item for sales finance and
personal finance companies; and (4 ) the fol­
lowing from “other” loans to “other” nonbank
financial institutions: $74 million of loans to
savings and loan and similar associations, $112
million of loans to insurance and investment
(that is, those holding stock of operating com­
panies for management or developmental pur­
poses) companies, and $42 million of loans
to Federal lending agencies.
The accompanying table shows the extent
to which the revised loan items were affected
by reclassification as well as by the changes in
coverage on that date. Other balance sheet
items were affected only by the changes in
coverage.

on the types of securities for which loans for
purchasing or carrying securities were being
made. In the past, all reporting banks had
shown loans to brokers and dealers separately
from those to others, but only the banks in
New York and Chicago had reported loans
for purchasing or carrying U.S. Government
obligations separately from loans for purchas­
ing or carrying other securities. Thenceforth,
all weekly reporting banks showed that break­
down. Such a breakdown helps to identify the
amounts of credit being used to finance these
two groups of securities.
U.S. Government securities. When the new
form was inaugurated, each bank began to
report its combined holdings of Treasury notes
and U.S. Government bonds with remaining
m aturities as follows:
Within 1 year
After 1 year but within 5 years
After 5 years

This maturity breakdown provides data for
studies of current developments in bank liquid­
ity and shows the extent to which city banks
participate in, or otherwise rearrange their
portfolios at times of, m ajor Treasury financ­
ing operations.
Reconciliation, ctc. F or all items that were
not reclassified, year-earlier data were com­
piled to reflect the added coverage of cities and
banks. Some of the banks added were already
reporting weekly to the Federal Reserve Bank
in their district, but in many cases weekly
figures for the period July 1958-June 1959
had to be estimated from less frequent reports
of condition, deposit reports for reserve com­
putation purposes, and other sources. Never­
theless, the portion estimated is small in rela­
tion to the total.
No data were available prior to July 1,
1959, however, for the revised loan classifica­
tions or subdivided items; these include com­
mercial and industrial loans, loans to banks,
other loans, loans to financial institutions, the
breakdown of loans for purchasing or carrying
securities (except at the banks in New York
and C hicago), and the maturity distribution of
U.S. Governm ent bonds and notes. F or the




Effect on Loans of Reclassification and Changes in
Coverage, Ju ly 1, 1959
[In millions of dollars]
|
Loan category

Hftect o f - •

Old j“
—
series
RcAdded
classifi- covercation ! age

Commercial and in d u strial... 32,012 —4,424
N onbank financial institu,
tions:
1
Sales finance, personal
finance, ctc.......................................... , 4-3.746
O th e r...................................................... .. ■ 1,413
+
Foreign banks............................................
*-2
Domestic commercial banks..................................
“ Other**...................................... 12,992
= 733

150

New
series

894

28,482

• 86
f49

3,832
1,462
596
1,519
13,640

•v 6

+1,381

Section 4
A PR IL 1961 R EVISION

with other “interbank” accounts, and deposits
in the new “foreign” category had previously
been reported largely as “foreign interbank.”
Reporting member banks were asked to clas­
sify their deposits on both the old and new
bases as of April 26, 1961. T he accompanying
table shows how deposit items were affected by
the new classifications.
The new concept of demand deposits ad­
justed includes all demand deposits except
those of the U.S. Government and of domestic
commercial banks, less cash items in process of
collection. This differs from the previous con­
cept because of the inclusion of demand de­
posits due to mutual savings banks ($524 mil­
lion) and deposits due to foreign entities
($1,491 m illion). Of the latter, $1,437 million
had previously been classified as foreign inter­
bank deposits and $54 million as domestic in-

Deposits. The form for reporting deposits
was revised effective April 26, 1961, to pro­
vide the following new items: (1 ) demand
deposits due to m utual savings banks, (2)
savings deposits in the time deposit category,
and (3 ) for both demand and time deposits,
several items classified as foreign— chiefly
amounts due to foreign governments and offi­
cial institutions, central banks, and interna­
tional institutions. Items in group 3, together
with deposits of foreign banks, make up the
new “foreign” category that is available for
both demand and time deposits. Postal savings
deposits, previously reported separately, were
combined with U.S. Government time deposits.
Demand and time deposits due to mutual
savings banks had previously been reported

D eposit Reconciliation for W eekly Reporting M em ber Banks, April 26,1961
Old classification

New classification

Item

J Individuals,
I partner- J U.S.
A mount I
ships,
Governand
ment
I corporations 1

States
and
political
sub­
divisions

Demand
deposits
adjusted 1

Interbank

Certified
and
officers’
checks

Domestic

Foreign

In millions of dollars
Demand
87,446

Individuals, partnerships, and corporations*.
Foreign— T o ta l ......................................................
Governments, international institutions,
etc.* 2..............................................................
Banks* 2.............................................................
U.S. G overnm ent.................................................
States and political subdivisions*....................
Certified and officers’ checks* 2.......................
Domestic interbank:
C om m ercial.......................................................
M utual savings* 2............................................

65,418

65,418

1 ,6 0 0

109

D e m a n d deposits adjusted 3.

! 5,229 ! 3,045 !
1
1
i
I
..................., .................... ................... ,
................... 1
.................... ................... 1

65,527

6 4 ,0 6 4

566
1,034
1,076
5,229
3,045

1,016

1

...................S.................... ................... j

109

1,076

10,554
524
...............

S 229

T o tal........................................................................

38,175

33,596

Individuals, partnerships, and corpora­
tions— T o tal..................................................
Savings...............................................................
O th e r..................................................................

27,836
5,463
1 ,8 6 4

54

403
1,034
I
|
...................
! ................. ................... ' ....................

1

1
1

1
1,702

297

1,754

1 ,4 3 7

54

33,299

Foreign— Total .......: .......................................

62,049

1,431

................... 1.................... 1 10,554
................... ;.................... .
524
1 ................. 1
................... | .................... !....................

!

Time

!
1

11,132

u*
©

T o tal........................................................................

297

Governments, international institutions,
etc. 2..............................................................
Banks 2............................................................. .
U.S. G overnm ent (incl. postal savings) 2. . .
States and political subdivisions....................
Domestic interbank:
Commercial 2..................................................
M utual savings 2..............................................

154

1,5 6 7

1,457
110

110

154

154
2,723

2,723
128
7

128
7

* Included in new concept o f demand deposits adjusted.
1 Old concept—dem and deposits other than interbank (deposits
due to m utual savings and foreign banks as well as those due to
domestic commercial banks) and U.S. Government, less cash items
reported as in process o f collection.




2,723

151

2 Separate figures shown only for this reconciliation.
3 New concept—total of items marked with an asterisk, less cash
items in process of collection.

Weekly Reporting Banks
Assets and Liabilities of Large Commercial Banks, June 29,1966
(In millions o f dollars)

For purchasing
o r carrying securities

Basis

Total
loans
Total I Com* j
loans,
and
invest­ net 1
cul­
I and
ments 'I
I indus-| tural
I trial I

To brokers
and dealers

d i* A iS s.r

To financial institutions

To others

Bank

Nonbank
Real
<estate

I D oPers.
U.S.
U.S.
ther ]
I mes- | and
Govt. Other G ovt. Ose- I
se­
For* I tic 1 sales O ther :
se­
se­
curi­ curi­ curi­ curi- |I eign ,i com- j finaa
ties
ties
mercos.,
ties
ties
i cial ( etc.
1

1

Old b a sis ..

172,898 127,784 55,792

1,675

670 3,862

92 2,144 1,506

New basis.

186,535 136,239 58,246

1,753

682 3,972

r

1

871 2,231, 1,498

N et increase, or
decrease ( —
).

13,637

8,455 2,454|
I

12

78

lio!

-5

87

—8

3,338, 7,050j 4,885,26,662 16.014 11,432i 2,760
1,158

,

I

i

120

i

Cer­
tifi­
cates

177

i'

r

r~ ^ i

123 3,146 .. 2,320i

159

Other securities
I Cash 1
; items , Bal­
Balm
ances ances
with
pro­
with
do­
I Total cess
forof
mes­ eign
col­
tic
Certif.
l a ­ banks banks
Tax
I of |l Other
All
After war*
tion
5 yrs. [rants 3., other ticipa-1i nties
par’ S?SU‘
tion 4 1

Notes and bonds
m aturing—
Bills

J

iValuaI tion
; re­
i
1serves

Cash assets

U.S. Government securities

Total

1

.
j All
j other
!

" !
;
<
1 '
26,275( 2,601
3,218 6,873 j 4,762 23,516,..................

Investments

Basis

ConForsu­
m er '] eign
in sta ll govts,
ment

W ith­
1 to
in
1 yr. 5 yrs.
____

Obligations ofj O ther bonds,
(States and po-j corp. stocks
j litical subdiv. j and securities
i

i
All
other
Cur- t Rc1 rency serves assets
with
|1 and F.R . |
coin , Banks
,

... ( _ ....

Old basis..........

20,276

2,133

561 2,763 8,829

13,504 7,307

New basis.........

22,482

2,277

588 3,076 9,895

13,976i 7,702

Net increase, or
decrease ( —).

2,206

144

27

313 1,066

472

395

Deposits
Demand
Total
unad­
justed

T otal &

IPC

Old basis.......... ,185, t86,!02,318 70,259
New b asis......... 199,084 108,899 75,830
Net increase, or I
I
5,571
decrease(—). 13,898 6,581

|l D o- |
Foreign
|
mes|
tic 1
US.
ComI G ovt, j com- i
merGovt.,
mer- j
j
cial
e tc .6
cial
banks
banks I
i
1
1
I
5 ,6 5 1j 7,4711 11,936
738
6,161
7,764 11,858
778

States
and
political
subdivisions

IPC

510

40

-7 8 |

36

48,413| 28,687)
7,317|

Borrowings

Basis

From
F.R.
Banks

From
others

Other
liabilities

Capital
accounts

Total
loans
(net),
adjusted 8

458

5,633

8,500

17,520

217,297

124,566

New basis.........

453

5,806

8,926

18,717

232,986

173

426

1,197

15,689

F o r notes see opposite page.




G ovt.,
e tc .6

634 4,333
6471 4,348

Com ­
mer­
cial
banks
222

228

771

1,172]

Total loans
(net),
| Demand 1
adjusted,
deposits ,
and
adjusted 9
invest­
ments *

132,901

-5

5,309]

6,920’
7,691 1

Foreign
Do­
mes­
tic
inter­
bank

M emoranda

Total
assets—
Total
liabilities
and
capital
accounts

Old basis...........

N et increase, or
decrease ( —).

j States (
I and I
\ polit- 1
ical 1
O ther . subI
j sions

Sav­
ings

VO I
O\
OK 1
O)

Basis

Time

152

8,335

169,680

Large certificates
o f deposit 1
0
Total
issued

Issued
to IPC ’s

Issued
to others

17,743 j ................... | ....................

71,286 (
13,517

65,159 ,

18,268

6,127

|

13,076

5,192

^ j
!
525 ................... .....................

Section 4
terbank deposits. As a result of changes in
classification as of April 26, 1961, demand de­
posits adjusted (new concept) increased from
$62,049 million to $64,064 million.
Loan classification. M inor revisions in the
loan classifications of foreign banks and of
“other nonbank financial institutions,” and in
“all other” loans resulted from more precise
definitions of loans to international institutions
and foreign entities. These reclassifications re­
sulted in decreases of $163 million in loans to
foreign banks and $28 million in loans to
“other” nonbank financial institutions, and an
increase of $191 million in “all other” loans as
of April 26, 1961.

reporting on the foreign loans of U.S. banks.
Moreover, the new information provides an
up-to-date check on flows of U.S. bank funds
abroad and permits analysis of changes in
credit extended to domestic borrowers.
Investments. Banks’ holdings of securities
of States and politicial subdivisions had be­
come increasingly im portant in recent years,
and better current information on their hold­
ings was required. A new item “tax warrants,
etc.” issued by States and political subdivisions
was created to provide details on banks’ hold­
ings that are not available from other sources.
Moreover, since borrowings by States and local
governments through these tax warrants are
thought to show wide seasonal swings, segrega­
tion of this item provides a more accurate esti­
mate of changes in bank holdings of “all other”
municipal securities, now shown separately.
Previously these two items had been included
in “other securities.”
In the new form all bank holdings of Federal
agency participation certificates are reported as
a separate item. With the expansion in the
number and amount of such issues by Federal
agencies, bank holdings of these certificates had
increased sharply. Included in this item are
participations in pools of loans made by the
Commodity Credit Corporation, the ExportIm port Bank, the Federal National Mortgage
Association, and the Small Business Adminis­
tration. Some of the instruments had previously
been classified as loans; for example, CCC cer­
tificates of interest had been in “agricultural
loans,” and Export-Im port Bank portfolio fund
participations had been in “all other loans.”
And others had been included in “other securi­
ties.” About $700 million of the $1.3 billion
of such participations held by respondents at
the end of June 1966 were Export-Im port
Bank portfolio fund participations.
The new report form also provided for a
new memorandum item on negotiable time
certificates of deposit issued in denominations

JUNE 1966 REVISION
The revision of the report form in 1966, as
in most previous revisions, was designed to
furnish new details about bank lending and in­
vestment practices and about the sources of
banks’ funds that would be useful to authorities
in making decisions on monetary policy. (A t
the time of this revision, the coverage of the
series, as noted earlier, was shifted from mem­
ber banks to large commercial banks.)
Loans. A new category of loans entitled
“consumer instalment loans” was created to
augment the consumer credit series collected
from banks on a monthly basis; it provides
more current information on the volume of
consumer instalment credit outstanding at
banks. Such credit, which had previously been
included in “all other loans,” now constitutes a
substantial part of the total loan portfolios of
commercial banks.
A new item, “loans to foreign governments
and official institutions,” also previously in­
cluded in “all other loans,” provides needed
information on flows of credit to foreigners.
When related to data collected by the Treas­
ury, these new data provide fairly complete
N o te s to ta b le on o p p o site p a g e :

6 Deposits of foreign governments and official institutions, central
banks, and international institutions.
7 Includes U.S. Govt, and postal savings, not shown separately.
s Exclusive of loans to domestic commercial banks.
9 All demand deposits exccpt those of the U.S. G overnment and
domestic commercial banks, less cash items in process of collection.
1 Negotiable certificates of deposit issued in denominations of
0
$100,000 or more.

1 After deduction o f valuation reserves.
5 Individual items shown gross.
3 Includes short-term notes and bills (under 1 year) issued by
States and political subdivisions.
4 Federal agencies only.
5 Includes certified and officers’ checks, and deposits o f mutual
savings banks not shown separately.




153

Weekly Reporting Banks
Respondent banks reported on both the old
and the new basis on June 25, 1969, but they
were not required to provide overlap data for
earlier weeks. The net effect of the changes
was to increase total assets of banks in the
large commercial bank series by $4.1 billion.
The overlap data are shown in detail in the
table on pages 156 and 157. It should be noted
that changes in some of the items offset
changes in others and hence had no effect on
the level of total assets.
Reserves on loans and securities. The effect
of including valuation reserves was to raise the
level of total loans and investments by $3.7
billion at the large commercial banks. Most of
the addition reflected increases in the loan
component; total loans were raised by $3.5
billion. Inclusion of valuation reserves raised
the total securities portfolio by only $125
million. However, these increases in levels were
not so large as had been expected, and it is
now believed that some banks had already been
including valuation reserves in reports of total
loans and probably of total investments. Indi­
vidual loan items had previously included such
reserves and were not affected by this change
in reporting procedures.
Individual categories of securities were
affected by the inclusion of valuation reserves
on securities, but there is no information as to
how such reserves had been allocated as be­
tween individual categories of U.S. Govern­
ment securities and other securities. It is be­
lieved, however, that in previous reports the
greater part of such valuation reserves had
been deducted from longer-term State and
municipal securities rather than from U.S.
Government securities.
On the liabilities side of the balance sheet,
reserves on loans and on securities are re­
ported separately in the large commercial bank
series. Each of these items was raised com­
mensurately to the increase in earnings assets
from this source.
Consolidation of domestic subsidiaries. Sub­
sidiaries consolidated are of two types: (1 )
majority-owned bank-premises subsidiaries, all
of which must be consolidated, and (2) other
majority-owned nonbank subsidiaries that meet

of $100,000 or more to individuals, partner­
ships, and corporations (IP C ). Such informa­
tion makes it possible to measure the extent to
which holdings of this group affect fluctuations
in total CD ’s outstanding in this size category.
M oreover, by subtracting the am ount of these
large-denomination C D ’s held by IPC ’s from
the figures for other time deposits, IPC, in
the balance sheet portion of the statement,
it is possible to deduce approximately the
changes that have taken placc in the amount of
savings certificates, savings bonds, and similar
types of time deposits commonly used by banks
to attract personal savings. The growth of
these consumer-type deposits was very sub­
stantial in late 1965 and early 1966 as an in­
creasing num ber of banks expanded their
efforts to m arket these types of savings in­
struments.

JULY 1969 REVISION
Beginning July 2, 1969, the Board revised
its “Weekly Condition R eport of Large Com­
mercial Banks” to take account of substantive
changes in content and format of the official
call reports of condition that had been intro­
duced by the three Federal supervisory agencies
in the first call of 1969.3 As a result of the
revision, respondent banks are now required
(1 ) to submit consolidated reports, including
figures for all bank-premises subsidiaries and
other significant majority-owned domestic sub­
sidiaries; (2) to report figures for total loans
and for individual categories of securities on a
gross basis— that is, without deduction of val­
uation reserves— rather than net of such re­
serves, as they had been previously; and (3 ) to
provide detailed data on short-term lending
and borrowing transactions that involve either
transfers of Federal funds balances on the
books of the Reserve Banks or purchases or
sales under agreements to repurchase.
n Uniform reporting concepts are maintained in
the weekly report of condition for large banks and in
the call report for all commercial banks, in order
to facilitate estimation and benchmarking of current
monthly and weekly data on assets and liabilities for
all commercial banks.




154

Section 4
a significance test. Accounts of sister sub­
sidiaries or of a holding company parent such
as exist in the “one bank” or other-holdingcompany type of organization are not included.
Consolidation has the following effects on
the balance sheet of a reporting bank: Hold­
ings of capital stock of certain types of m ajor­
ity-owned subsidiaries, previously shown as an
investment, become part of total capital in the
consolidated report. And the individual asset
and liability accounts of the subsidiaries are
combined and reported with the asset and
liability accounts of the reporting parent insti­
tution. All intercorporate accounts— for ex­
ample, loans by the parent bank to the sub­
sidiary and deposits of the subsidiary in the
parent bank— are eliminated. The statistical
effect of consolidating subsidiaries was to raise
total assets and total liabilities and capital by
about $412 million at large commercial banks.
In the revised series two new items appear
as a result of the consolidation: The one on
the assets side, “investments in subsidiaries not
consolidated,” reflects investments in domestic
subsidiaries that did not meet the significance
test, as well as investments in foreign subsidi­
aries and in subsidiaries that are classified as
banks and therefore are not consolidated. This
item amounted to $432 million on June 25,
1969. The required balancing item on the
liabilities side, “minority interest in consoli­
dated subsidiaries,” is negligible because almost
all the consolidated subsidiaries were wholly
owned; because this item is so small, it is not
shown separately in the following table.
Within the balance sheet, one effect of the
consolidation procedure was to reduce “other
bonds, corporate stocks, and securities” by a
net of $413 million; this reduction reflected
the shift of specific investments to the new asset
item “investments in subsidiaries not consoli­
dated” and the addition of holdings of con­
solidated subsidiaries. The “other assets” cate­
gory in this series was raised by about $275
million, reflecting principally the real estate
holdings of bank-premises subsidiaries that
were consolidated.
On the liabilities side, the item that was most
affected by consolidation was “other liabili­




ties,” which rose by $386 million. The increase
stemmed from consolidation of bank-premises
subsidiaries and probably reflected the m ort­
gage liabilities of these subsidiaries. The in­
crease in capital at these banks was $28 mil­
lion. Borrowings expanded by $17 million,
resulting in part from the consolidation of cur­
rent borrowings of subsidiaries and in part
from more accurate reporting of Federal funds
and securities repurchase transactions.
Newly reported information. In addition
to these changes, detailed data on Federal
funds and related transactions were reported
for the large commercial bank series. In gen­
eral, these new data conform with those re­
ported in the call report.
A new item was added on the assets side of
the balance sheet for loans in the form of
“Federal funds sold and securities purchased
under agreement to resell.” There is a break­
down of this item for transactions with: (1)
commercial banks; (2 ) brokers and dealers,
with a further breakdown of transactions be­
tween those involving U.S. Treasury securities
and those involving other securities; and (3 )
others. These transactions with the first two
of these groups had previously been reported
in loans to the corresponding groups on the
balance sheet of large commercial banks.
Transactions with “others” had, for the most
part, been included in the commercial and
industrial loan category.
The corresponding liability item, “Federal
funds purchased and securities sold under
agreements to repurchase,” was also reported
separately but without the detailed breakdown.
Such transactions had previously been included
in “borrowings from others.”
Memoranda. Items derived for special ana­
lytical purposes continue to be shown as mem­
oranda. The two items, “total loans (gross),
adjusted” and “total loans and investments
(gross), adjusted” were not affected by the
new breakout of Federal funds and security
repurchase transactions. However, the levels of
these measures were raised by folding in val­
uation reserves, and the level of loans was
raised by the consolidation of domestic sub­
sidiaries as described above.

155

Weekly Reporting Banks
Large Commercial Banks—Comparison of Series on Old and New Bases, June 25,1969
(In millions o f dollars)
R eason for change
New
basis

Old
basis

Asset o r liability item

Net
change

Consoli­
dation

Inclusion o f
reserves on—
Loans

+3,351

5 ,7 6 3

+ !,7 S 3

4,841

+4,841

+ 5 ,7 6 3
+4,841

638
240
44

+638
+240
+ 44

-4 638
+240
444

1 71 ,6 7 8

169 ,5 0 3

78,394
2,077

78,403
2,078

-2 ,1 7 5
+9

1,480
3,778

849
3,530

-6 3 1
-2 4 8

+7
-8

108
2,759

107
2,737

-1
-2 2

-2 2

5,986
5,514
33,321

5,973
5,511
33,304

-1 3

5,348
1,712
19,627
1,010
14,085

526
1,712
19,672
1,022
14,079

-4 ,8 2 2
0
+45
+ 12
-6

2 2 ,5 3 8

2 2 ,5 8 9

+51

1,176
0
4,210
12,120
5,032

1,184
0

+8
0

4,210
12,163
5,032

0
+43
0

+43

3 7 ,91 5

3 7 ,6 2 7 |

-2 8 8

-4 1 3

4,607
29,090

4,612
29,210

+5
+ 120

1

1,245

1,245
2,560

0
-4 1 3

1

2,973
30,638
15,275
3,094
4,888
12,076

30,638
15,275
3,097
4,893
432
12,351

+3
+5
+432
+275

298,102

302,168

+ 4 ,066

1 2 8 ,6 2 0

1 28 ,6 1 0

-1 0

3,755
15,825

3,755
15,825

0
0

90,631
6,313

90,621 !
6,313

i

j.

n* *
a

Other:
T o t a l ............................................................

Commercial and industrial.....................
A griculture.................................................
F o r purchasing o r carrying securities:
To brokers and dealers:
U.S. Treasury securities..................
Other securities.................................
To others:
U.S. Treasury securities..................
O ther securities.................................
To nonbank financial institutions:
Personal and sales finance cos., etc..
O th e r.......................................................
Real estate..................................................
To commercial banks:
D om estic................................................
F o reig n...................................................
Consumer instalm ent...............................
Foreign governments...............................
All o th e r.....................................................
Investments:
U.S. Treasury securities:
T o t a l ...........................................................................
B ills.............................................................................
Certificates................................................................
N otes and bonds m aturing—
W ithin 1 y e ar.......................................................
In 1=5 years..........................................................
A fter 5 years.........................................................
O ther securities:
Total ...........................................................................
O bligations o f States, e tc .:
Tax w arrants........................................................
All o th e r................................................................
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities:
Certificates o f participation..............................
All o th e r................................................................
Cash items in process o f collection.................
Reserves with F.R . B anks.................................
Currency and co in ..............................................
Balances with domestic b a n k s .........................
Investments in subsidiaries not consolidated.
O ther assets..........................................................

,

Total asscts/Total liabilities .
Deposits:
D em and:
T o t a l ......................................................
U.S. G overnm ent...............................
Domestic commercial banks. . . . . . .
Other dem and:
IP C ....................................................
States and political subdivisions.
Foreign:
Governments, etc.......................
Commercial banks.....................
M utual savings banks...................
Certified and officers’ c h e c k s.. . .

+1

-3

-1 7

-1 0
0

703
1,942
713
8,738

703
1,942
713
8,738

0
0
0
0

T o t a l ......................................................

103,968

1 03 ,9 5 9

U.S. G overnm ent...............................
Domestic commercial b an k s............
Other time:
IPC:
Savings.........................................
O th e r.............................................
States and political subdivisions.
Foreign:
G overnments, etc.......................
Commercial banks.....................

241
469

241
469

-9
0
0

47,550
41,281
9,771

47,541
41,281
9,771

—9
0
0

4,445
211

4,445
211

0
0

Tim e:




156

+3,529

+ 125

+ 5 9 | -t 3 ,5 2 9
+ 53 I...................
+ t ...................

-5 , 7 6 3

-4 4

-638
-240

-1
-1 3
-3
-1 7
-4,841

+ 19
+45
+12
-6

■ rSl

+8

+125

= +5
! +120

0

1

i

-3 0 3

j Securities

235,482

232,131
Loans:
Federal funds sold, etc.: 1
T o t a l ....................................................
To commercial b an k s......................
To brokers and dealers, involvingU.S. Treasury securities.............
Other securities.............................
To o thers............................................

Breakout
o f items

+3 .
+ 5 1.
+ 432 r1
+275 j.
+412

-1 0 I

+ 3 ,5 2 9

+125

Section 4
Large Commercial Banks—Comparison of Series on Old and New Bases, June 25,1969—Continued
(In millions o f dollars)
R eason for change
Asset or liability item

Old
basis

New
basis

N et
change

Consoli­
dation

Inclusion of
reserves on—
Loans

Federal funds purchased, etc. {
Borrowing fro m —
F.R . B an k s..............................
O thers.......................................
Other liabilities 4........................
Reserves fo r—
L o an s........................................
Securities..................................

n.a.

12,798
1,049
2,462
27,006

0
-1 2 ,7 8 1
+386

3,529
125

+ 3 ,529
+ 125

Total capital accounts.........................................................

22,602

22,630

+28

+28

166,330
226,783
78,402

169,899
230,115
78,392

+ 3,569
+ 3 ,332
-1 0

+40
—322

1 5 ,2 7 4

15,271

—3

-3

9,216
6,058
13,459

9,215
6,056
13,459

-1
-2
0

Securities

+ 12,798

1,049
15,243
26,620

Breakout
o f items

-2

Memoranda:
T otal loans (gross), adjusted.........................................
T otal loans and investments (gross), adjusted..........
Dem and deposits adjusted.............................................
Large negotiable C D ’s:
T otal ...............................................................................
To IP C ’s .........................................................................
To o th ers.......................................................................
Gross liabilities o f banks to their foreign branches.

+ 12,798
+ 17
+386

-12,798
+ 3,529
+ 125

+ 3 ,5 2 9
+ 3,529

+ 125

-1 0

-1

n.a. N ot available.
1 Includes securities purchased under agreements to resell.
2 Includes effect o f consolidation and o f inclusion o f reserves on securities (latter not available by type of security).
3 Includes securities sold under agreements to repurchase.
4 Includes minority interest in consolidated subsidiaries.

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS, BY INDUSTRY
The series showing industry breakdown, the
only source of information on bank loans by
industry and maturity, has undergone a number
of changes similar to those in the asset and
liability series; there have been two major re­
visions— one in January 1964 and one in De­
cember 1966.4 Changes in the reporting form
and the sample have been aimed at acquiring
more useful data and improving statistical reli­
ability. In particular, the accuracy with which
loans are classified by business of borrower has
been greatly improved.
The industry breakdown of the commercial
and industrial loan series serves a num ber of
purposes: (1) It is a short-run indicator of the
strength of business loan demand at banks; (2 )
it provides a basis for estimating total business
loans of banks; (3) it may be used to gauge the
effects of special situations and of seasonal
1 For a description of the changes in number of
banks and the ratios of loans they held to the total
for all banks in the series and for all commercial
banks, see p. 148. Adjustment procedures too are
described on that page.




borrowing patterns in different industries, and
(4 ) it is useful in projecting future capital
m arket pressures and expansion or inventory
build-up in individual industries.
Usefulness of this series over long periods
of time is limited, however, as it is in the series
on assets and liabilities of weekly reporting
banks. A direct comparison of current data
with those collected before 1964 is impossible
for several reasons: Before January 1964 the
data show am ount of change rather than total
loans outstanding; the series has an upward
bias because of a lag in netting out repay­
ments; and the breakdown of loans by business
of borrower is different.
INAUGURATION OF SERIES
AND REVISIONS THROUGH 1963
The series on commercial and industrial
loans by industry began in 1951 as a supple­
ment to the Weekly Condition Report. There
was a need to collect information on the types
of businesses that were borrowing at banks, for

Weekly Reporting Banks
O ther bankers acceptances, which relate to
commercial transactions, were no longer classi­
fied by industry but were shown as a separate
category. Earlier, all bankers acceptances had
been classified according to the business of
the payee.
Another m ajor revision was implemented in
December 1966. It was necessitated by changes
resulting from the revision of the weekly re­
porting bank sample in June 1966, when the
coverage of that series was shifted from mem­
ber banks to large commercial banks and sm all.
banks were dropped from that sample. The
revision in the industry series was implemented
on December 28, 1966. Figures for that date,
as shown in the accompanying table, were col­
lected on both the old and the new basis.
These figures represent the only reconciliation
between the old and the new series.
There are three differences between the old
loan reports and those following the 1966 re­
vision: (1 ) volume-of-loans sample criteria,

the outbreak of war in Korea had brought a
sharp expansion in bank credit to businesses.
During the second half of 1950, “commercial,
industrial, and agricultural” loans, as shown
on the “Condition of Weekly Reporting M em­
ber Banks in Leading Cities,” had risen by $4
billion. According to a survey m ade by the
Board of Governors in October 1951, the in­
crease had been in commercial and industrial
rather than in agricultural loans.
Between May 23, 1951, and December 31,
1963, several minor revisions were made in
the series. The “purpose” classification was
dropped after April 30, 1952, on the eve of
the suspension of the Voluntary Credit Re­
straint Program /’ Beginning with the week
ended July 8, 1959, loans to sales finance com­
panies and certain other nonbank financial in­
stitutions were excluded because they were
being shown separately in the weekly report­
ing bank series after that series was revised in
July 1959. It should be noted, however, that
because loans to other nonbank financial in­
stitutions had been included in various items
of the loan series, the new figures are not
strictly comparable with the old figures.
On September 27, 1961, numerous industry
classifications were added to reduce industrial
misclassification. Mining was separated from
manufacturing, and five categories were set up
under both durable and nondurable goods
manufacturing.

Commercial and Industrial Loans of Weekly Reporting
Banks
(In millions o f dollars)
December 28, 1966
Industry

D urable goods manufacturing:
Primary m etals.......................................
M achinery...............................................
T ransportation equipm ent..................
Other fabricated metal products........
O ther durable goods.............................
Nondurable goods m anufacturing:
Food, liquor, and tobacco..................
Textiles, apparel, and leather.............
Petroleum re tirin g .................................
Chemicals and rubber..........................
Other nondurable goods.....................
Mining, including crude petroleum
and natural gas................. ...............
T rad e :
Com m odity dealers...............................
Other wholesale.....................................
R etail.......................................................
T ransportation, communication, and
other public utilities:........................
T ransportation.......................................
Com m unication.....................................
Other public utilities............................
C onstruction...............................................
Services........................................................
All other domestic loans.........................
Bankers’ acceptances................................
Foreign commercial & industrial loans.

O T H E R REVISIONS
On December 31, 1963, there was a major
revision of the series. Beginning with data for
January 8, 1964, all participating banks were
asked to report their commercial and industrial
loans on an outstanding basis rather than as
changes in dollar volume. To reflect the new
procedure, the series was renamed “Commer­
cial and Industrial Loans Outstanding by
Industry.”
Bankers acceptances for the creation of dol­
lar exchange were excluded after the revision.

Total classified loans........................
M em o: Total commercial and indus*
trial loans o f large commercial banks.

BFederal Reserve Bulletin, May 1952, pp. 501 and
502; and June .1952, p. 674.




o.a.

158

Not available.

Old
New
basis | basis j
(Mem- I (ta rg e I Change
ber
coml. j
banks) banks) !
I
950
4,123
2,001
1,575
1,987

836
4,033
1,995
1,568
1,963

-1 1 4
-9 0
-6
-7
-2 4

2,808
1,825
1,613
2,268
1,529

2,720
1,862
1,426
2,115
1,472

37
-1 8 7
-1 5 3
-5 7

1,482
2,930
3,473

1,405
2,893
3,547

7,2 61 ;

6,745
3,706
772
2,267
2,604
4,828
5,902
535
2,872

|
67
! 4,015
7
2,872

49,588 j 55,146

5,558

I
!
3,983 I 3,825 ]

2,537
6,715
528

n.a.

I 60,590

-1 5 8
-7 7
-3 7
74

!
j

-5 1 6

Section 4
and agencies thereof located in the United
States. Virtually all loans by U.S. banks to
foreign businesses are made by the banks that
report in this series.
The former “transportation, communication,
and other public utilities group” is divided into
three components after the revision. Loans out­
standing to companies in this group had shown
substantial growth. Since these industry compo­
nents engage in different types of activities and
have different borrowing patterns— some use
banks for short-term interim financing prior to
seeking funds in the capital markets, while
others rely more extensively on bank financing
for longer-term funds— the additional informa­
tion is valuable for analytical purposes.
“All other types of business, mainly serv­
ices” were subdivided into “services” and “ all
other domestic loans” for the same reasons.
This change also helped to identify the portion
of business loans not classified by industry.
Bankers acceptances continued to be re­
ported separately with no breakdown by in­
dustry or by domestic or foreign origin.
New maturity classification. In addition to
the 1966 revisions indicated above, the revised
panel of respondent banks began to report new
information monthly on the amounts of term
loans in each business loan category. These
are defined as outstanding loans with an orig­
inal maturity of more than 1 year and out­
standing loans granted under a formal agree­
ment— revolving credit or standby— on which
the original maturity of the commitment was in
excess of 1 year. The monthly data on term
loans, which begin with January 1967, have
been published on a regular basis both in the
B oard’s releases and in the Federal Reserve
Bulletin.

(2 ) changes in loan classifications, and (3 ) a
new maturity classification.
Sample criteria: Volume of loans. With few
exceptions banks in the revised series were
limited to those having total business loans
outstanding in the am ount of $50 million or
more as of December 31, 1965. A t this level
of outstanding loans banks generally tend to
become im portant lenders to institutions in the
national credit markets. Banks in the old series
that had business loan volume of less than $50
million were dropped, and others that met this
size standard were added. However, a few
banks with total business loans of somewhat
less than $50 million were added if they were
im portant lenders in one or two industry cate­
gories or if they had had a record of strong
business loan expansion in years just prior to
the revision.
Use of a $50 million cutoff assured adequate
dollar coverage while limiting the num ber of
respondent banks. Moreover, these larger
banks accounted for most of the fluctuations in
total commercial and industrial loans. The new
panel of between 150 and 160 banks ac­
counted for about 90 per cent of such loans
in the weekly reporting bank series and for
about 70 per cent of the total at all insured
commercial banks.
Changes in loan classifications. In the old
series, foreign business loans had been in­
cluded with domestic loans in the appropriate
industry group, but in the new series they are
shown as a separate category. Thus the classi­
fication by industry consists solely of loans to
domestic businesses. Foreign business loans are
defined as those made to any firm domiciled
outside the United States or organized under
the laws of a foreign country, except branches




159

W EEKLY R EPO R TIN G BANKS
4.1

ASSETS A N D

A . M E M B E R B A N K S,
(In millions

Lon ns and
investments

_____ _

. — _-

Total

Total

Total
adjusted

Adjusted

Net

Lo, .ns
________. . _

____ ______.

For purchasing or carrying
securities
. ...
. ..... . „ . ...
Com ­
mercial,
To brokers and
To
indus­
trial.
dealers
others
1 and as- ____________ ____
rieul!
U.S.
Other
turai
U.S.
1 Other
Govt.
securiGovt.
securisecurities
sccurities
ties
ties
[
___

___ _

Real
estate

_. .

Lo.:ns
to
banks

,

All
other

■ •

1941
8
15
22
29

25,614
2.5,669
25,684
25,676

25,576
25,633
25,649
25,641

9,265
9,244
9,252
9,273

9,303
9,280
9,287
9,308

5,338
5,350
5,367
5,390

500
462
465
458

459
462
458
459

1,228
1,230
1,227
1 ,229

38
36
35
35

740
740
735
737

5
19
26

26,184
26,248
26,381
26,450

26,149
26,214
26,345
26,414

9 302
9,343
9,387
9,459

9,337
9,377
9,423
9,495

5,437
5,490
5,540
5,546

440
424
418
478

461
459
458
455

1 ,230
1,231
1,230
1,232

35
34
36
36

734
730
74!
74S

Mur.

5
12
19
26

26,668
26,744
26,843
26,918

26,629
26,705
26,806
26,881

9,553
9 650
9,677
9,761

9,592
9,689
9,714
9,798

5,610
5,706
5,754
5,763

502
498
471
542

455
458
455
453

1,229
1,229
1,226
1,226

39
39
37
37

757
759
771
777

Apr.

2
9
16
23
30

26,952
27,138
27,163
27,546
27,550

26,900
27,099
27,124
27,509
27,510

9,776
9,807
9,832
9,794
9,830

9,828
9,846
9,871
9,831
9,870

5.812
5,841
5,880
5,864
5,886

504
497
485
461
465

454
455
449
445
445

1,228
1,228
1,229
1,231
1,235

52
39
39
37
40

778
786
789
793
799

May

7
14
21
28

27,601
27,742
27,798
27,915

27,565
27,702
27,758
27,873

9,856
9,913
10,006
10,184

9,892
9,953
10,046
10,226

5,924
5,963
5,999
6,040

444
445
455
571

442
443
447
451

1,234
1,237
1,237
1,239

36
40
40
42

812
825
868
883

J une

4
11
18
25

28,061
28,131
28,155
28,279

28,022
28,091
28,113
28,241

10,144
10,198
10,220
10,286

10,183
10,238
10,262
10,324

6,072
6,137
6,162
6,197

496
478
471
487

444
447
444
452

1,240
1,241
1,246
1,246

39
40
42
38

892
895
897
904

9
16
23
30

28,325
28,481
28,577
28,646
28,771

28,285
28,440
28,538
28,609
28,728

10,413
10,412
10,484
10,467
10,529

10,453
10,453
10,523
10,504
10,572

6,268
6,307
6,370
6,399
6,435

529
505
505
46 i
478

453
446
447
441
439

1,244
1,248
1,249
1,252
1,253

40
41
39
37
43

919
906
913
914
924

Aug.

6
13
20
27

28,761
28,874
29,025
29,107

28,722
28,832
28,984
29,064

10,558
10,621
10,647
10,654

10,597
10,663
10,688
10,697

6,484
6,545
6,584
6,583

462
457
444
448

439
440
437
437

1,254
1,254
1,252
1.254

39
42
41
43

919
925
930
932

Sept.

3
10
17
24

29,238
29,230
29,098
29,120

29,193
29,187
29,058
29,080

10,858
10,932
10,877
10,914

10,903
10,975
10,917
10,954

6,619
6,707
6,756
6,782

607
588
469
481

436
437
437
437

1,256
1,258
1,260
1,258

45
43
40
40

940
942
955
956

Oct.

1
8'
15
22
29

29,125
29,132
29,385
29,618
29,582

29,086
29,092
29,342
29,581
29,545

10,985
11,036
11,201
11,175
11 ,166

11,024
11,076
11,244
11,212
11,203

6,844
6,904
6,987
6,979
6,973

494
493
551
535
531

428
427
439
433
431

1,257
1,256
1,258
1,262
1,265

39
41)
43
37
37

962
956
966
966
966

Nov.

5
12
19
26

29,523
29,611
29,656
29,693

29,481
29,570
29,620
29,654

11,196
11,276
11,249
11 227

11,238
11,317
11,285
11,266

6,990
7,061
7,058
7,029

550
554
527
536

436
430
428
428

1,256
1,261
1,260
1,259

42
41
36
39

964
970
976
975

Dcc.

3
10
17
24
31

29,691
29,891
30,306
30,293
30,085

29,653
29,848
30,261
30,250
30,050

11,221
11,314
11,384
11,399
11,335

11,259
11,357
11,429
11,442
11,370

7,021
7, tOO
7,202
7,218
7,145

548
550
544
532
535

427
430
425
422
422

1,256
1,262
1,258
1,261
1,259

3S
43
45
43
35

969
972
955
966
974

Jan.

Feb.

12

July




160

W EEKLY

Balances w ith—

nvestments
ient securities

Bills

Certif­
icates

Notes
and
bonds

O ther
securities

Cash
items
in
process
o f col­
lection

C ur­
rency
and
coin

Reserves
with
F.R .
Banks

Other
assets
D o­
mestic
ba nks

Foreign
banks

685
725
726
685

11,944
11,990
11,994
12,009

3,682
3.674
3.677
3.674

1,432
1,737
1,562
1,532

552
519
524
527

12,010
12,142
12,171
12,111

3,370
3,475
3,420
3,352

1,189
1.209
1,232

8
15
22
29

732
720
737
727

12.392
12,427
12,443
12.373

3.723
3.724
3,778
3,855

1,425
1,563
1,562
1,755

510
522
518
530

11,611
11,640
11,804
12,003

3,314
3,351
3,388
3,473

1,236
1,264
1,241
1,255

5
12
19
26

840
909
970
864

12.392
12,376
12.373
12,470

3,844
3,770
3.786
3.786

1,576
1,718
1,682
1,616

509
527
505
517

11,910
11,976
11,533
11,438

3,427
3,472
3,490
3,480

1,248
1 , 195
1,166
1,172

5
12
19
26

742
868
878
878
869

12,589
12,609
12,616
13,033
13,058

3,793
3,815
3,798
3,804
3.753

1,699
1,437
1,831
1,617
1,878

491
521
501
522
516

11,315
11,428
11,668
11,235
11,208

3,588
3,439
3,548
3,400
3,386

1.174
1.197
1,226

2
9
16
23
30

931
961
975
929

13,090
13,128
13,016
13,067

3,688
3,700
3,761
3,693

1,430
1,791
1,736
1,685

532
554
535
563

11,124
(1,125
11,433
11,493

3,437
3,484
3,530
3,532

1,239
1,274
1,273
1,186

7
14
21
28

950
1,030
1,056
1,098

13,236
13,203
13,231
13,206

3.692
3,660
3,606
3.651

1,784
1,877
1,828
1,705

565
596
581
596

10,982
11,046
10,883
10,788

3,511
3,465
3,500
3,439

1,212

1,217
1,206
1.219

4
11
18
25

1,080
1,071
1,087
1,081
1,074

13.213
13,400
13,419
13,512
13,514

3,579
3,557
3.548
3.549
3.611

1,938
1,699
2,009
1,667
1,758

570
597
546
548
561

10,863
10,665
10,899
10,855
10,835

3,516
3,412
3,583
3,496
3,481

1,149
1.158
1,169
1.159
1,180

2
9
16
23
30

1,075
1,059
1,064
1,079

13,478
13,500
13.529
13.529

3.611
3.652
3,744
3,802

1,519
1,889
1,731
1,707

537
556
536
559

10,662
10,594
10,696
10,633

3,410
3,539
3,495
3,462

1,181
1.174
1.175
1.187

6
13
20
27

1,019
936
844
814

13,548
13,560
13,564
13,583

3.768
3,759
3,773
3.769

1,721
1,782
1,928
1,799

543
573
551
559

10,534
10,725
10,879
10,830

3,502
3,530
3,676
3,592

1.204
1,223
1,194
1.198

3
10
17
24

785
815
842
817
797

13,516
13,492
13,536
13,836
13,851

3,800
3,749
3,763
3.753
3,731

2,179
1,748
2,523
2,016
1,812

537
558
550
562
568

10,792
10,804
10,816
10,358
10,215

3.596
3,523
3,645
3,504
3,449

1.209
1.205
1.191
1.192
1,247

1
8
15
22
29

815
832
898
950

13.791
13,800
13,798
13,785

3,679
3,662
3.675
3.692

1,979
2,343
2,293
1,883

550
588
543
574

10,058
10,140
10,361
10,534

3,276
3,361
3,342
3,335

1.210

5
12
19
26

990
971
976
959
883

13.792
13,912
14,243
14.214
14,166

3.650
3.651
3,658
3.678
3,666

1,830
1,854
2,284
2,087
2,791

554
595
600
564
555

10,575
10,603
9,972
9,880
9,825

3,344
3,288
3,389
3,288
3,255

1,214




1,212

1,202
1,202

.................

1,215
1.220

1.188
1,212

1,162
1,168
1,153

3
10
17
24
31

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A. M EM BER BANKS,
(In m illions
Dem and deposits
Total
demand
and
time
deposits

D ate

Total
Adjusted

Interbank

U nadjusted

Individuals,
partnerships,
and corps.

States and
political
subdivisions

U.S.
Government

Domestic

Foreign

Certified
and
officers’
checks

1941
Jan.

8
15
22
29

39,605
40,175
39,997
39,852

22,494
22,703
22,898
22,932

34,038
34,562
34,424
34,281

21,930
22,466
22,415
22,401

1,521
1,498
1,550
1,579

448
349
261
214

9,006
9,121
9,069
8,959

658
652
634
644

475
476
495
484

Feb.

5
12
19
26

39,713
40,017
40,299
40,875.

' 22,798
22,981
23,157
23,431

34,117
34,420
34,702
35,276

22,158
22,456
22,617
22,812

1,605
1,648
1,619
1,820

330
331
331
332

8,924
8,925
9,033
9,137

640
620
619
621

460
440
483
554

M ar.

5
12
19
26

40,731
41,019
40,598
40,532

23,362
23,487
23,186
23,259

35,118
35,413
35,003
34,943

22,811
23,155
22,690
22,647

1,692
1,585
1,624
1,725

333
328
330
322

9,208
9,236
9,161
9,115

639
644
644
631

435
465
554
503

Apr.

2
9
16
23
30

40,629
40,550
41,302
40,910
41,138

23,093
23,430
23,577
23,762
23,712

35,044
34,950
35,710
35,325
35,543

22,518
22,716
23,245
23,085
23,173

1,747
1,709
1,688
1,797
1,903

396
390
389
388
386

9,228
9,054
9,265
8,910
8,929

628
639
648
648
638

527
442
475
497
514

May

7
14
21
28

40,726
41,334
41,675
41,718

23,616
23,846
24,265
24,311

35,143
35,753
36,102
36,149

22,804
23,378
23,632
23,612

1,845
1,847
1,849
1,870

394
395
397
390

9,047
9,067
9,053
9,107

656
654
651
656

397
412
520
514

June

4
11
18
25

41,452
41,670
41,490
41,362

23,888
24,071
23,872
24,046

35,891
36,117
35,939
35,807

23,337
23,675
23,517
23,507

1,752
1,757
1,706
1,749

455
454
457
458

9,122
9,055
9,123
8,934

642
660
659
664

583
516
477
495

July

2
9
16
23
30

41,731
41,379
42,139
41,725
41,953

23,949
23,920
24,260
24,381
24,544

36,167
35,810
36,578
36,167
36,389

23,667
23,562
24,157
24,004
24,029

1,604
1,569
1,560
1,593
1,750

463
465
467
470
470

9,158
9,071
9,195
9,002
8,965

659
655
647
647
652

616
488
552
451
523

Aug.

6
13
20
27

41,433
41,981
42,022
42,019

24,217
24,245
24,455
24,453

35,861
36,404
36,449
36,450

23,546
23,927
23,897
23,787

1,735
1,736
1,825
1,894

502
520
533
565

8,981
9,109
9,106
9,103

642
641
624
622

455
471
464
479

Sept.

3
10
17
24

42,087
42,404
42,668
42,425

24,349
24,503
24,375
24,390

36,520
36,834
37,097
36,856

23,719
23,948
24,040
23,853

1,876
1,843
1,785
1,811

591
590
596
608

9,240
9,336
9,592
9,440

619
623
606
619

475
494
478
525

Oct.

1
8
15
22
29

42,777
42,295
43,419
42,557
42,179

24,277
24,400
24,640
24,382
24,258

37,210
36,712
37,846
36,981
36,601

23,894
23,788
24,772
23,989
23,662

1,906
1,857
1,823
1,840
1,889

580
442
276
598
653

9,557
9,496
9,782
9,347
9,245

617
626
625
638
633

656
503
568
569
519

Nov,

5
12
19
26

41,881
42,541
42,697
42,470

23,876
24,151
24,192
24,452

36,293
36,955
37,110
36,904

23,394
24,134
24,052
23,979

1,904
1,853
1,708
1,822

658
658
726
777

9,145
9,167
9,263
9,139

635
636
636
653

557
507
725
534

Dcc.

3
10
17
24
31

42,450
42,676
42,971
42,558
42,980

24,324
24,682
24,060
23,994
23,650

36,922
37,135
37,461
37,076
37,500

23,814
24,241
24,059
23,878
23,993

1,780
1,726
1,690
1,658
1,721

826
774
1,345
1,403
1,475

9,294
9,173
9,120
8,928
8,934

648
652
652
664
650

560
569
595
545
727




162

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES—Continued
W E E K L Y , 1941-65— C ontinued
o f dollars)
Borrowings

Time deposits

Total

Individ* States and
uals, part* political
subdivi­
nerships,
and corps.
sions

O ther
liabilities

Interbank
U.S.
G overn­
ment

Domestic

From
F .R .
Banks

Foreign

C apital
accounts

T otal
liabilities
and
capital
accounts

736
754
745
754

3,825
3,823
3,826
3,823

44,167
44,754
44,570
44,430

Jan,

O ther

Date

1941
5,567
5,613
5,573
5,571

5,224
5,276
5,237
5,240

194
191
189
185

24
24
24
23

119
116
117
117

6
6
6
6

5,596
5,597
5,612
5,599

5,251
5,254
5,270
5,273

200
197
194
179

24
24
25
26

116
117
118
116

5
5
5
5

1
1

734
737
746
755

3,832
3,833
3,834
3,836

44,280
44,588
44,894
45,466

Feb.

5
12
19
26

5,613
5,606
5,595
5,589

5,295
5,285
5,275
5,271

174
175
172
171

25
26
26
26

114
115
117
116

5
5
5
5

1
1
1
1

764
780
793
777

3,842
3,832
3,827
3,831

45,338
45,632
45,219
45,141

M ar.

5
12
19
26

5,585
5,600
5,592
5,585
5,595

5,269
5,286
5,280
5,274
5,269

171
171
168
168
181

25
24
26
25
26

115
114
113
113
114

5
5
5
5
5

751
761
763
761
765

3,839
3,844
3,847
3,850
3,855

45,219
45,160
45,913
45,522
45,764

Apr.

1
1

5,583
5,581
5,573
5,569

5,255
5,247
5,242
5,240

183
186
182
183

26
26
26
26

114
115
116
113

5
7
7
7

773
774
767
789

3,862
3,861
3,862
3,864

45,363
45,970
46,305
46,374

M ay

1
1

7
14
21
28

5,561
5,553
5,551
5,555

5,233
5,225
5,235
5,239

181
181
170
169

26
26
26
26

114
114
113
114

7
7
7
7

1
1
1
1

785
788
789
795

3,877
3,873
3,873
3,868

46,115
46,332
46,153
46,026

June

4
11
18
25

5,564
5,569
5,561
5,558
5,564

5,243
5,258
5,255
5,254
5,260

174
165
161
158
158

26
26
24
26
26

114
113
114
113
113

7
7
7
7
7

1

757
755
772
768
763

3,872
3,876
3,871
3,877
3,869

46,361
46,012
46,783
46,371
46,586

July

2
9
16
23
30

5,572
5,577
5,573
5,569

5,273
5,276
5,276
5,271

157
157
158
159

25
25
20
20

110
112
112
112

7
7
7
7 ----------- - -

1

754
757
752
752

3,882
3,884
3,883
3,883

46,070
46,626
46,658
46,655

Aug.

1
1

6
13
20
27

5,567
5,570
5,571
5,569

5,268
5,273
5,273
5,270

156
156
155
159

21
21
21
21

115
113
115
112

7
7
7
7

1
I
1
1

765
772
776
787

3,889
3,886
3,881
3,885

46,742
47,063
47,326
47,098

Sept.

3
10
17
24

5,567
5,583
5,573
5,576
5,578

5,267
5,285
5,278
5,283
5,285

160
157
156
154
153

21
21
21
21
21

112
113
111
111
112

7
7
7
7
7

1
1
1
2
2

772
782
793
789
796

3,888
3,892
3,897
3,902
3,896

47,438
46,970
48,110
47,250
46,873

Oct.

1
8
15
22
29

5,588
5,586
5,587
5,566

5,298
5,292
5,295
5,275

152
156
154
151

21
21
20
22

no
110
111
111

7
7
7
7

3
3
5
4

789
799
801
815

3,914
3,915
3,912
3,918

46,596
47,258
47,415
47,207

Nov.

5
12
19
26

5,528
5,541
5,510
5,482
5,480

5,232
5,209
5,172
5,149
5,172

155
192
194
195
173

23
23
23
23
23

111
111
109
108
106

7

3
2
2
2
1

828
841
814
804
770

3,927
3,924
3,926
3,916
3,913

47,208
47,443
47,713
47,280
47,664

Dec.

7
7
6

3
10
17
24
31




163

1
1

1
1
1

8
15
22
29

9
16
23
30

BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA N K S,
(In millions
Loans

L oan an d
invest ncn ts

|
T o al
”

T otal

T otal
adjusted

N et

A djusted

F o r p u ieh asi i g o r carry in g
secu •ities
... —
•

|
C om i m ercinl, !
in d u s­
1 trial,
an d a g ­
ricu l­
tu ral

,

To
others

T o b ro k ers and
dealers
U.S.
G o v t.
securities

U .S.
G o v t.
sccurities

1 O th er •
1 securi■ tics

* O th er
■ securiI
ties
;

i
i

R eal
estate

1

j

Loans
to
banks

30,132
30,233
30,2!1
3 0 s 342

3 0,082
30,185
30,175
30,305

11,272
11.260
11,163
11,218

11,322
11,308
11,199
11,255

7,1 4 4
7 154
7,1 4 8
7.2 0 2

521
518
444
448

412
407
406
409

30,354
30,452
30,532
30,943

30,319
30,420
30,497
30,906

11,207
11,290
11,334
11,355

11,242
11,322
11 369
11,392

7,211
7,2 8 3
7 ,3 1 4
7 ,3 2 4

425
450
460
471

410
404
408
410

30,918
31,034
31,031
30,781

30,886
31,005
31,004
30,754

11,342
11,382
11,419
11,375

11,374
11,411
11,446
11,402

7,331
7,3 8 3
7 ,4 5 9
7 ,4 3 4

460
455
417
408

410
410
408
407

30,494
30,883
31,502
3 1,393
31,205

30,465
30,856
31,477
31,363
31,175

11,365
11,354
11 307
11,212
11,064

11,394
11,381
11,332
1 I 242
11,094

7,427
7 ,3 9 7
7,367
7,289
7,135

408
449
438
433
441

407
400
40S
400
395

27

31,135
31,222
31,888
31,726

31,110
31,198
31,864
31,692

10,983
10,977
10,988
10,928

11,008
11,001
11,012
10,962

7 ,0 5 6
7,081
7,013
6 ,9 5 0

456
433
502
533

393
395
415
405

3
10
17
24

31,679
3 1 ,736
31,677
31,587

31,651
31,707
31,650
31,555

10,877
10,815
10,749
10,686

10,905
10,844
10,776
10,718

6 ,9 2 4
6 ,9 2 4
6 ,9 0 6
6 ,8 5 5

528
475
433
448

1
8

32,382
32,366
33,338
33 ,396
33,512

3 2 ,346
32,342
33,291
33.369
33,483

10,704
10,637
10,799
10,737
10,667

10,740
10,661
10,846
10,764
10,696

6 ,8 1 0
6 ,8 0 0
6 ,8 2 7
6 ,7 7 2
6 ,7 6 8

519
485
609
623
569

33,509
33,603
34,517
34,503

3 3,470
3 3 ,566
34,479
34,474

10,610
10,605 ,
10,596
10,448

10,649
10,642
10,634
10,477

6 ,7 3 5
6 ,7 5 4
6 ,7 1 2
6 ,6 5 9

551
537
584
cp

34,457
34,322
34,358
35,349
35,954

34,431
3 4,278
34,336
35,327
35,889

10,356
10,283
10,291
10,304
10,296

10,382
10,327
10,313
10,326
10,361

6,5 9 5
6 ,5 5 8
6 ,6 1 6
6 ,5 7 6
6,5 5 2

493
472
442
513
526

35,975
35,908
3 7 ,714
37,549

35,949
35,888
37,688
37,503

10,247
10,244
10,315
10,274

10,273
10,264
10,341
10,320

6,6 0 5
6,6 2 3
6,6 1 5
6,581

3 7 ,924
37,691
37,905
37,939

37,880
37,657
37,880
37,920

10,401
10,445
10,307
10,341
10,147 1 10,172 1
10,039
10,058 |

38,387
38,444
39,829
4 0 .4 5 7
41.469

38,365
38,422
39,803
4 0 ,410
4 1 ,4 1 6

10,273
10,282
10,203
10,636
10,268

21
28
4

11
18
25
4

I1
18
25

I
8
15

22
29

6
13
20

15

22
29
S

12
19
26

2
9
16
23
30
7
14

21
28
4

II
IS
25

2
9
16
23
30




'

10,295
10,304
10,229
10,683 (
10,321 I

.
i
1

1
i

!
i
#
i
I

1
1
I
|

*
f
\

439
434
532
529

j
p

6,5 7 4
6 ,6 1 8
6 ,5 4 7
6 ,4 9 4

664
544
479
444

i

6 ,4 4 0
6 ,4 0 4
6 ,3 5 0
6 ,4 0 9
6 ,3 0 4

700
751
743
1,099
850

164

1
j

1
i

I

i

1
!

403
404
405
396
393
382
414
411
407
406
402
389
379
381
379
374
371
381

]

i
,

389
383
394
409
382

~

1~

1,255 ,
1,252
1,248 '
1,248 ;

50
48
36 i
37 j

I ,940
1,929
1,917
1,911

1
1
1

1,248 |
1.250
1,251 1
1,2 5 0 |

35 1
V
35:
37 1

1,913
1,903
1 ,901
1,9 0 0

1
j

1,2 4 8 1
1 ,2 4 6 i
1,246
1,245

32 1
29 <
27
27 j

1 893
1,888
I 889
1,881

1,245
1,2 4 4 1
1,2 4 4 j
1,244
1 ,246 1

29
27
25
30
30

1

1 ,878
1,864
1 ,8 5 0
1 ,846
1,847

1,245
1,244
1,246
1,246

25
24
24 ,
34 ,

1 ,833
1 ,824
1 ,812
I 794

'

1
1
,
1
‘
,

!
i
I

27 i
|
32

1 ,7 7 9
1 ,770
1,767
I 749

1,236
1,234
1 .232 1
1,231 ;
1,230
i
1 ,2 3 0 ;
1,230
1,229
1 ,2 3 6 ,

36
24
47
27
29

1 ,746
1,7 3 6
1,717
1 ,7 0 0
1,693

39
37
38
29 .

1 ,688
1 ,682
1 ,682
1,661

l
■

1 ,230
1 ,2 2 7 .
1,2 2 2 1
1,223

i

1,221
1,217
1,2 1 6
1,217
1,2 1 7 ,

26 '
44
22
2? i
65 '

1,657
1 ,647
1 ,637
1,621
1 ,6 1 6

26 i
20
26 1
46 i

1,611
1,603
1 ,584
1 ,578

1,213
1,212
1,209 *
1,209

44 '
34 j
25 '
19

1,5 8 0
1 ,5 6 6
1,548
1,5 3 6

1,207
1 ,2 0 4
1 ,2 0 4
1,2 0 0 1
1,199

22
22 1

1 ,537
1 ,5 4 0
1,5 1 2
1,519
1,533

1
,

*
1
\

;

375
368
367
369
370
367
364
356

All

other

'

'
7
14

j

.

;
I
^

1,243
1,242
1,238 |
1 ,238 ;

2 !\ {
29

i
,
(
J

i

26 i
47 ,!
53 i

\

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued
o f dollars)
lances with—

Investments
U.S. Governm ent securities

Certif­
icates

Notes
nnd
bonds

Other
securities

Cash
items
in
proccss
o f col­
lection

C ur­
rency
nnd
coin

Reserves
with
F.R.
Banks

Other
assets
D o­
mestic
banks

Total
assets

Dale

Foreign
bnnks

Total

Bills

15,145
15,259
15,339
15,398

957
1,047
1,147
1,240

14,188
14,212
14,192
14,158

3
3
3
3

665
666
673
689

1,671
2,060
1,953
1, 892

568
571
539
552

10,053
10,285
10,507
10,452

3,190
3,364
3,366
3,329

8
7
8
8

1 142
1 ,174
1,173
1 ,188

46,764
47,694
47,757
47,763

Jan.

7
14
21
28

15,430
15,433
15,449
15,855

1,266
1,274
! ,240
1,206

3
3
3
3

682
697
714
696

1.746
1,809
1,911
2,453

531
548
532
547

10,229
10,268
10,394
10,001

3,282
3,250
3,321
3,267

7
8
7
7

1,219
1,213
1,194
1 ,207

47,368
47,548
47,891
48,425

Feb.

.... ------- -

14,164
14,159
14,209
14,649

4
11
18
25

15,874
15,935
15,759
15,644

1,199
1,238
1,067
923

3
3
3
3

670
688
826
735

1,764
1,945
2,032
1,736

526
556
523
515

10,233
10,301
10,287
9,957

3,260
3,263
3,312
3,300

6
7
7
7

1,219
1,220
1.194
1,155

47,926
48,326
48,386
47,451

Mar.

-------------

14,675
14,697
14,692
14,721

4
11
18
25

15,389
15,776
16,446
16,435
16,405

680
1,045
1,113
1 ,103
1,058

3
3
3
3
3

711
726
724
716
706

1,985
1,653
2,363
1,856
1,918

491
520
502
519
535

9,951
10,049
9,884
9,896
9,902

3,367
3,265
3,323
3,214
3,217

7
8
9
8
8

1,146
1 176
1,163
1 150
1,218

47,441
47,554
48,746
48,036
48,003

Apr.

606
609
611

14,709
14,731
14,727
14,723
14,736

1
8
15
22
29

16,471
16,576
17,210
17,180

1,068
1,150
1,236
1,226

676
676
687
674

14,727
14,750
15,287
15,280

3
3
3
3

656
645
666
584

1,795
2,038
1,963
1,887

516
541
485
514

9,646
9,794
9,709
9,695

3,248
3,369
3,297
3,428

8
8
8
8

1 157
1 154
1 168
1,158

47,505
48 126
48,518
48,416

May

6
13
20
27

17,226
17,346
17,364
17,361

1,281
1,388
1,390
1,384

672
675
672
670

15,273
15,283
15,302
15,307

3
3
3
3

548
546
537
508

1,895
1,805
2,062
1,857

488
524
510
517

9,812
9,754
9,821
9,650

3,415
3,357
3,481
3,339

7
6
7
9

1,152
1,148
1,095
1,192

48,448
48,330
48,653
48,151

June

3
10
17
24

18,232
18,313
19,110
19,218
19,387

1,447
1,526
1,633
1,751
1,921

1,471
1,482
1,461
1,454
1,455

15,314
15,305
16,016
16,013
16,011

3
3
3
3
3

410
392
382
414
429

2,301
1,872
2,543
1.866
1,874

475
503
491
493
509

9,351
9,308
9,207
9.638
9,602

3,290
2,675
2,740
2.687
2,709

II
8
10
10
9

1,114
1,122
1,140
1,153
1,193

48,924
47,854
49,469
49,243
49,408

July

1
8
15
22
29

19,441
19,509
20,425
20,564

2,009
2,065
2,107
2,229

1,414
1,406
2,251
2,256

16,018
16,038
16.067
16,079

3
3
3
3

419
452
458
462

1,842
2,065
1,892
1,887

475
495
480
491

9,613
9,667
9,642
9,533

2,713
2,775
2,678
2,644

8
8
8
9

1,179
1,157
1,180
1,170

49,339
49,770
50,397
50,237

Aug.

5
12
19
26

20,588
20,525
20,588
21,488
22,054

2,245
2,226
2,385
2,423
2,337

2,267
2,224
2,223
3,093
3,029

16,076
16,075
15,980
15,972
16,688

3
3
3
3
3

487
470
457
535
539

1,874
1,889
2,367
2,048
2,385

473
498
496
503
496

9,379
9,361
9,571
8,846
8,618

2,635
2,696
2,870
2,617
2,526

to
10
9
9
10

1,184
1,181
1,154
1,186
1,210

50,012
49,957
50,825
50,558
51,199

Sept.

2
9
16
23
30

22,179
22,149
23,931
23,786

2,536
2,627
2,721
2,811

3,007
3,002
2,983
2,945

16,636
16,520
18,227
18,030

3
3
3
3

523
495
442
443

1,942
2,756
2,211
2,200

506
536
502
524

8,700
9,086
9,184
9,155

2,535
2,713
2,575
2,635

10
9
9
9

1,168
1,175
1,189
1,234

50,836
52,183
53,384
53,306

Oct.

7
14
21
28

24,120
24,027
24,423
24,581

2,911
2,832
3,218
3,369

3,358
3,363
3,367
3,383

17,851
17,832
17,838
17,829

3
3
3
3

359
323
310
300

2,539
2,159
2,327
2,333

523
515
516
517

9,053
9,278
9,376
9,478

2,639
2,665
2,800
2,741

7
7
10
7

1,199
1,204
1,199
1,193

53,884
53,519
54,133
54,208

Nov.

4
11
18
25

24,808
24,843
26,317
26,510
27,835

3,570
3,617
3,851
3,974
3,786

3,429
3,388
3,418
3,452
4,958

17,809
17,838
19,048
19,084
19,091

3
3
3
3
3

284
297
283
264
313

2,329
2,060
2,531
2,425
2,953

516
556
551
556
559

9,483
9,845
10,106
9,660
9,428

2,768
2,733
2,834
2,771
2,598

8
10
11
10
9

1,214
1,215
1,155
1,142
1,151

54,705
54,863
57,017
57,021
58,167

Dec.

2
9
16
23
30

1942




165

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BANK S,
(In millions

Total
•demand
and
time
deposits

D ate

Demand deposits

,
Individuals,
partnerships,
and corps.

Total
Adjusted

Unadjusted

States and
political
subdivisions

U.S.
Government

Interbank
Domestic

Foreign

Certified
and
officers’
checks

1942

Jan.

7
14
21
28

42,079
43,030
43,078
43,077

23,884
24,169
24,426
24,747

36,628
37,622
37,698
37,711

23,384
24,046
24,132
24,206

1,651
1,620
1,712
1,820

1,492
1,580
1,547
1,451

S
9
9
8

938
174
137
988

643
639
635
633

520
563
535
613

Feb.

4
11
18
25

42,685
42,869
43,199
43,727

24,453
24,731
24,961
24,712

37,348
37,550
37,888
38,419

23,883
24,275
24,619
24,595

1,826
1,810
1,758
1,804

1,464
1,469
1,237
1,671

9
8
9
8

066
918
148
937

619
623
631
646

490
455
495
766

Mar.

4
11
18
25

43,221
43,620
43,662
42,722

24,815
25,129
25,010
24,574

37,916
38,350
38,417
37,480

24,313
24,777
24,577
23,933

1,773
1,768
1,835
1,876

1,784
1,792
1,835
1,850

8
8
8
8

933
851
911
690

620
633
629
630

493
529
630
501

Apr.

I
8
15
22
29

42,712
42,809
44,000
43,289
43,259

24,197
24,799
24,725
25,145
25,358

37,475
37,576
38,767
38,060
38,024

23,673
24,093
24,590
24,526
24,636

1.916
1,888
1,920
1,995
2,096

8
8
8
8
8

792
781
880
643
597

632
623
625
636
645

593
471
578
480
544

May

6
13
20
27

42,738
43,360
43,754
43,608

24,854
25,241
25,395
25,511

37,497
38,133
38,532
38,403

23,997
24,752
24,752
24,825

2,102
2,061
2,080
2,030

1,869
1,720
2,174
1,780
1,506
■
1,393
1,292
1,834
1,521

8
8
8
8

802
908
687
826

653
654
653
658

550
466
526
543

June

3
10
17
24

43,630
43,505
43,837
43,316

25,483
26,022
26,058
25,948

38,428
38,301
38,620
38,129

24,922
25,433
25,755
25,462

1,971
1,902
1,879
1,865

1,301
824
608
652

9
8
9
9

088
993
227
012

661
657
665
660

485
492
486
478

July

1
8
15
22
29

44,120
43,029
44,614
44,412
44,563

25,502
25,654
25,822
26,313
26,670

38,918
37,835
39,428
39,219
39,364

25,343
25,321
25,936
25,942
26,236

1,803
1,718
1,730
1,772
1,811

3,442
1,094
1,914
2,053
1,782

9
8
8
8
8

005
541
470
313
364

668
674
679
674
674

657
487
699
465
497

Aug.

5
12
19
26

44,465
44,883
45,534
45,365

26,138
26,526
26,718
27,168

39,264
39,670
40,310
40,125

25,651
26,379
26,424
26,836

1,824
1,753
1,735
1,763

2,120
1,872
2,614
2,009

8
8
8
8

477
523
418
382

687
684
668
679

505
459
451
456

2

9
16
23
30

45,120
45,048
45,926
45,637
4 6 ,2 t 5

27,217
27,650
28,085
27,807
27,424

39,880
39,794
40,680
40,379
40,951

26,818
27,300
28,180
27,504
27,344

1,806
1,806
1,752
1,847
1,909

1,511
832
417
1,124
2,018

8
8
9
8
8

604
746
136
721
453

674
677
675
679
671

467
433
520
504
556

Oct.

7
14
21
28

45,893
47,232
48,427
48,333

27,819
28,183
28,431
28,639

40,619
41,944
43,138
43,040

27,387
28,579
28,304
28,345

1,862
1,851
1,837
\,9 4 1

1,434
1,103
3,103
2,696

8
9
8
8

745
227
717
825

679
675
676
680

512
509
501
547

Nov.

4
11
18
25

48,895
48,530
49,138
49,203

28,593
28,927
29,698
30,224

43,591
43,215
43,806
43,879

28,555
28,683
29,615
30,089

1,969
1,911
1,866
1,901

2,821
2,292
1,700
1,310

8
9
9
9

944
152
394
310

694
685
687
702

608
492
544
567

Dec.

2
9
16
23
30

49,664
49,795
51,959
51,961
53,099

28,852
29,011
29,120
28,504
28,257

44,366
44,500
46,656
46,657
47,775

28,733
28,765
29,350
28,644
28,709

1,867
1,793
1,766
1,723
,.7 »

3,092
3,388
4,857
5,636
6,757

9
9
9
9
9

389
334
420
354
077

704
707
728
738
731

581
513
535
562
742
_____ . _____

Sept.




166

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES—Continued
W EEKLY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Time deposits

Total

Borrowings

Individ­ States and
uals, part­ political
subdivi­
nerships,
sions
an d corps.

u . s.
Govern­
ment

Interbank
Domestic

From
F. R.
Banks

O ther

O ther
liabilities

Capital
accounts

Total
liabilities
and
capital
accounts

Date

Foreign
1942

5,451
5,408
5,380
5,366

5,130
5,097
5,072
5,058

186
181
179
181

22
23
23
20

106
100
99
100

7
7
7
7

762
747
766
765

3,922
3,916
3,912
3,920

46,764
47,694
47,757
47,763

Jan.

7
14
21
28

5,337
5,319
5,311
5,308

5,025
5,007
5,003
5,005

186
187
185
180

20
20
20
20

99
98
96
96

7
7
7
7

757
751
765
768

3,925
3,927
3,926
3,929

47,368
47,548
47,891
48,425

Feb.

4
11
18
25

5,305
5,270
5,245
5,242

5,006
4,977
4,964
4,957

179
173
162
165

20
20
20
20

93
93
92
93

7
7
7
7

765
775
793
797

3,939
3,930
3,930
3,391

47,926
48,326
48,386
47,451

M ar.

4
11
18
25

5,237
5,233
5,233
5,229
5,235

4,953
4,945
4,945
4,940
4,929

164
169
170
172
189

20
20
20
20
20

93
92
91
90
90

7
7
7
7
7

6
3
5
6
8

786
806
804
805
807

3,937
3,936
3,937
3,936
3,929

47,441
47,554
48,746
48,036
48,003

Apr.

1
8
15
22
29

5,241
5,227
5,222
5,205

4,927
4,920
4,918
4,918

197
193
192
174

20
20
20
20

90
88
86
87

7
6
6
6

\

816
816
814
854

3,947
3,948
3,947
3,946

47,505
48,126
48,518
48,416

May

2
3
8

6
13
20
27

5,202
5,204
5,217
5,187

4,914
4,916
4,927
4,939

175
175
177
138

20
20
20
20

87
87
87
85

6
6
6
5

2
2
2
5

863
871
865
889

3,953
3,952
3,949
3,943

48,448
48,330
48,653
48,151

June

3
10
17
24

5,202
5,194
5,186
5,193
5,199

4,955
4,956
4,957
4,969
4,975

137
129
121
119
120

20
20
20
20
20

85
84
83
80
80

5
5
5
5
4

15
1
36

3,950
3,954
3,948
3,953
3,951

48,924
47,854
49,469
49,243
49,408

July

16

839
870
871
872
878

1
8
15
22
29

5,201
5,213
5,224
5,240

4,981
4,995
5,006
5,019

116
114
115
116

20
20
20
24

79
79
78
77

5
5
5
4

22
24
I
1

891
899
901
906

3,961
3,964
3,961
3,965

49,339
49,770
50,397
50,237

Aug.

5
12
19
26

5,240
5,254
5,246
5,258
5,264

5,019
5,030
5,027
5,040
5,038

115
116
113
114
121

24
26
26
26
26

77
78
75
74
74

5
4
5
4
5

2
21
2
5
53

915
916
930
950
958

3,975
3,972
3,967
3,968
3,973

50,012
49,957
50,825
50,558
51,199

Sept.

2
9
16
23
30

5,274
5,288
5,289
5,293

5,056
5,070
5,084
5,087

116
116
103
102

26
26
26
26

71
72
71
73

5
4
5
5

7
5
7
14

957
965
966
972

3,979
3,983
3,984
3,987

50,836
52,183
53,384
53,306

Oct.

7
14
21
28

5,304
5,315
5,332
5,324

5,100
5,117
5,128
5,121

103
99
105
106

26
26
26
26

70
68
68
66

5
5
5
5

17

973
979
987
998

3,999
4,004
4,007
4,006

53,884
53,519
54,133
54,208

Nov.

1
1

4
11
18
25

5,298
5,295
5,303
5,304
5,324

5,102
5,098
5,107
5,108
5,130

100
100
100
100
100

26
26
26
26
26

65
66
65
65
64

5
5
5
5
4

1
11
1
5
1

1,022
1,043
1,043
1,043
1,055

4,018
4,014
4,014
4,011
4,012

54,705
54,863
57,017
57,021
58,167

Dec.

2
9
16
23
30




167

S

S

EPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A. MEM BER BA NK S,
(In millions
Loans
______ ____ __________ ________ „ =

Lon nsand
investments
Total
,
, _ _____

i
l
Com - '
mcrcial, 1
indus- .
trial,
1
and ag­
ricul­
tural

1
Total

Total
adjusted

Adjusted

Net

1
t
j

"

"

13

20
27

3
10
17
24
3

10
17
24
31
7
14

21
28
5

I?.
11
>
26
2

9

16
23
30
7
14

21
28
4

11
18
25
1

8
15

22
29

6

13

20
27
3

10

17
24

1
8

15

22
29




...

-

..

..
1

To
'
T o brokers and
,
others
dealers
!
______ j _____ __________ ___ _
1
1 „
1 Other
U.S.
' Other ! U.S.
Govt. ! securiGovt.
securisccurities
sccuritics
!
ties
i
| ties

Rea:
estate

Loans
to
I banks
J
'i
j

|

All
other

i
i

]
j

i

\

!

I

6

... —

For purchastng or currying
securities
. ..
......

41,324
41,208
41,336
41,534

10,015
9,780
9,697
9,684

10,035
9,81!
9,722
9,738

6,240
6,183
6,162
6,149

718
578
552
567

1
,
!
!

381
370
350
342

1,195
M 92
1,188
1,189

41,708
41,475
41,365
41,353

41,662
41,417
41,315
41,282

9,744
9,723
9,631
9,572

9,790
9,781
9,681
9,643

6,131
6,131
6,081
6,042

637
636
616
607

:

358
350
347
346

1,184 1
1,182
1,179
1,176 !

54 *
j
46 !
58 i
50
7[ 1
1

41,470
41,861
42,198
42,004
41,391

41,413
41,805
42,124
41,954
41.337

9,460
9,432
9,485
9,443
9,402

9,517
9,488
9,559
9,493
9,456

5,963
6,030
6,027
5,975
5,912

585
509
572
588

1

342
333
335
342
344

1,176
1,176 i
1,168
1,169 1
1,162 i

57
56
74
50
54

41,646
42,250
44,127
45,772

41,563
42,168
44,022
45,689

9,352
9,482
10,309
10,554

9,435
9,564
10,414
10,637

5,825
5,806
5,805
5,850

665

!

814
1,482
1,652

|

343
354
487
504

46,108
47,289
47,368
47,068

45,987
47,171
47,293
47,019

10,553
10,276
9,999
9,852

10,674
10,394
10,074
9,901

5,808
5,767
5,745
5,707

1,586
1,394
1,198
1 ,156

47,182
46,808
46,965
46,147
45,843

47,088
46,775
46,870
4 6 ,lOt
45,815

9,694
9,557
9,554
9,408
9,457

9,788
9,590
9,649
9,454
9,485

5,662
5,637
5,625
5,565
5 542

45,563
46,822
46,612
46,482

45,506
46,752
46,564
46,435

9,536
9,605
9,401
9,432

9,593
9,675
9,449
9,479

46,954
46,899
47,040
46,719

46,918
46,846
47,001
46,675

9,535
9,490
9,521
9,564

46,739
46,902
49,412
50,143
50,998

46,665
46,848
49,333
50,087
50,922

51,278
51,6-48
53,477
52,982

|
]

'
i
'
j

!
20 1
31

41,344
41,239
41,361
41,588

25

1,481
1,457
1 ,445
1,437
1,434
1,424
1.408
1,401

1
j
1
|

1,304
1,384
1,383
1,369
1 ,367

1,160 i
1,150 j
1,159
1,161 |

83 1
82 !
105 1
83

I ,359
1,348
1,376
1,387

617
585
553
506

1,1 5 6

;
!
1,155 i
1,153
1,152

121 1
118 |
75
49

1,386
1,375
1,350
1,331

1,046
983
1,019
927
1,014

491
465
438
432
424

1,150 i
1,150 I
1,144
1,153 1
1,158

94
33
95
46
28 1

1 345

5,565
5,638
5,618
5,628

1,092
1.102
948
992

420
405
394
379

1.148 1,160
1,159
1,157 j

57
70
48
47

■
,
1
|

1,311
8, 300
1,282
1,276

9,571
9,543
9,560
9,608

5,678
5,714
5,740
5,739

1,058
985
1,010
1,052

371
371
363
366

1,154 j
1,151 j
1,147
1,147 i

36 i
53
39 1
44 |

1 ,274
1 ,269
1,261
1,260

9,630
9,717
10,796
11,188
11,726

9,704
9,771
10,875
11,244
11,802

5,735
5,765
5,992
6,132
6,207

1,127
1,192
1,691
1,827
1,994

358
352
647
750
999

1,145
1,147 !
1,140 1
1,141
1,135

74
54
79
56 1
76

1,265
1,261
1,326
1.338
1,391

51,219
51,579
53,363
52,911

12,058
11,940
11,767
11,697

1 2 ,t 17
12,009
11,881
11,768

6,277
6,307
6,361
6,424

2,084
1,984
1,828
1,750

1,126
1,082
1,029
978

52,642
52,051
51,989
51,462

52,563
51,967
51,913
51,391

11,618
11,399
11,235
11,196

11,697
11,483
11,311
11,267

6,458
6,451
6,435
6,423

1,697
1,601
1,487
1,571

936
836
807
717

51,166
50,535
50,509
49,950
49,734

51,077
50,452
50,388
49,839
49,671

10,936
10,843
10,871
10,886
10,776

11,025
10,926
10,992
10,997
10,839

6,379
6,395
6,410
6,486
6,421

1,447
1,411
1,450
1,393
1,328

635
575
547
531
578

617

168

!
*

322
I , 328
1 ,3 3 1
1,319

1,137
1,136
1,135
1,132
!
,
j

i

j
1

59
69
114
71

1,434
1,431
1,414
1,413

1,129

U2?

1,128
1,125

79
84
76
71

1,398
1,384
1,378
1,360

1,125
1,123
1,123
1,108
1,108

89
83
121
111
63

t ,350
1.339
1.341
1,368
1.341

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Balances with—

Investments
U.S. G overnm ent securities

Certif­
icates

Notes
and
bonds

Other
securities

Cash
items
in
process
o f col­
lection

C ur­
rency
nnd
coin

Reserves
with
F.R.
Banks

D o­
mestic
banks

Foreign
banks

O ther
assets

Total
assets

Date

l'otal

Bills

28,025
28,142
28,347
28,564

4,019
4,136
4,309
4,440

4,977
4,996
5,016
5,060

19,029
19,010
19,022
19,064

3,284
3,286
3,292
3,286

2,373
2,350
2,235
2,327

537
544
498
515

9,933
9,778
9,675
9,756

2,697
2,690
2,658
2,670

16
12
13
12

1,154
1,177
1,177
1,209

58,054
57,790
57,617
58,077

Jan.

6
13
20
27

28,648
28,428
28,424
28,438

4,476
4,239
4,154
4,153

5,059
5,060
5,074
5,003

19,113
19,129
19,196
19,282

3,270
3,266
3,260
3,272

2,177
2,119
2,495
2,441

494
529
500
539

9,418
9,276
9,508
9,445

2,512
2,494
2,631
2,592

12
12
11
10

1,264
1,205
1,213
1,224

57,585
57,110
57,723
57,604

Feb.

3
10
17
24

28,657
29,108
29,343
29,289
28,706

4,244
4,557
4,692
4,452
3,755

5,001
5,034
4,996
5,007
4,993

19,412
19,517
19,655
19,830
19,958

3,296
3,265
3,296
3,222
3,229

2,383
2,235
2,476
2,254
2,494

502
524
544
523
500

9,351
9,550
9,781
9,472
9,224

2,572
2,603
2,723
2,561
2,488

10
10
9
10
10

1,244
1,228
1,195
1,193
1,198

57,532
58.011
58,926
58,017
57,305

Mar.

3
10
17
24
31

28,998
29,475
30,487
31,909

3,911
4,149
4,773
4,840

5,007
5,140
5,353
6,532

20,080
20,186
20,361
20,537

3,213
3,211
3,226
3,226

2,339
3,030
2,554
2,596

490
526
516
556

9,544
9.285
8,642
8,608

2,482
2,618
2,658
2,618

11
12
12
14

1,199
1,220
1,192
1,223

57,711
58,941
59,701
61,387

Apr.

7
14
21
28

32,331
33,799
34,215
34,093

4,947
5,343
5,583
5,463

6,708
6,814
6,880
6,883

20,676
21,642
21,752
21,747

3, t03
3,096
3,079
3,074

2,512
2,691
2,573
2,332

510
527
508
533

8,284
8,333
8,419
8,489

2,542
2,567
2,491
2,461

12
12
12
12

1,230
1,266
1,241
1,260

61,198
62,685
62,612
62,155

May

5
12
19
26

34,317
34,141
34,251
33,631
33,295

5,636
5,346
5,804
5,195
4,860

6,883
6,910
6,923
6,986
6,991

21,798
21,885
21,524
21,450
21,444

3,077
3,077
3,065
3,062
3,063

2,515
2,248
2,810
2,344
2,798

504
538
558
531
503

8,570
8,694
8,894
8,677
8,556

2,410
2,335
2,441
2,308
2,297

11
11
13
13
18

1,280
1,285
1,218
1,187
1,208

62,472
61,919
62,899
61,207
61,223

June

2
9
16
23
30

32,987
34,165
34,207
34,072

4,463
4,627
4,762
4,478

6,985
6,982
6,985
7,029

21,539
22,556
22,460
22,565

2,983
2,982
2,956
2,931

2,492
2,891
2,384
2,387

514
552
528
539

8,529
8,683
8,740
8,714

2,272
2,382
2,307
2,238

14
15
12
13

1,174
1,212
1,228
1,216

60,558
62,557
61,811
61,589

July

7
14
21
28

34,464
34,437
34,574
34,209

4,238
4,114
4,132
3,678

7,599
7,581
7,603
7,633

22,627
22,742
22,839
22,898

2,919
2,919
2,906
2,902

2,372
2,361
2,396
2,283

515
526
515
525

8,705
8,776
8,986
9,050

2,217
2,222
2,296
2,186

12
13
12
11

1,290
1,228
1,249
1,227

62,065
62,025
62,494
62,001

Aug.

4
11
18
25

34,100
34,213
35,584
35,947
36,210

3,524
3,570
4,267
4,354
4,360

7.635
7,657
8,110
8,248
8,368

22,941
22,986
23,207
23,345
23,482

2,935
2,918
2,953
2,952
2,986

2,460
2,330
3,649
2,554
2,603

503
520
562
563
582

9,203
9,562
9.609
8,637
8,306

2,207
2,234
2,549
2,291
2,287

12
11
12
12
13

1,266
1,283
1,272
1,202
1,213

62,390
62,842
67,065
65,402
66,002

Sept.

1
8
15
22
29

36,215
36,698
38,682
38,327

4,211
4,585
4,880
4,626

8,417
8,407
9,318
9,274

23,587
23,706
24,484
24,427

2,946
2,941
2,914
2,887

2,353
3,341
2,702
2,586

539
574
541
559

8,200
8,267
8,321
8,392

2,208
2,293
2,314
2,265

13
14
15
14

1,220
1,233
1,255
1,253

65,811
67,370
68,625
68,051

Oct.

6
13
20
27

38,071
37,732
37,857
37,377

4,405
4,177
4,340
3,909

9,270
9,190
9,163
9,183

24,396
24,365
24,354
24,285

2,874
2,836
2,821
2,818

2,755
2,714
2,857
2,703

543
547
553
549

8,354
8,472
8,521
8,689

2,233
2,236
2,297
2,156

14
13
16
16

1,274
1,278
1,241
1,284

67,815
67,311
67,474
66,859

Nov.

3
10
17
24

37,341
36,823
36,722
36,169
36,109

3,918
3,554
3,615
3,198
3,238

9,165
9,058
8,957
8,844
8,750

24,258
24,211
24,150
24,127
24,121

2,800
2,786
2,795
2,784
2,786

3,036
2,510
3,165
2,883
3,010

545
575
593
610
601

8,785
8,789
8,983
8,788
8,776

2,194
2,155
2,284
2,171
2,163

16
17
14
15
15

1,303
1,280
1,226
! ,205
1,203

67,045
65,861
66,774
65,622
65,502

Dec.

I
8
15
22
29

1943




16 9

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA N K S,
(In millions
Demand deposits
Total
demand
and
time
deposits

D ate

Total
Adjusted

Unadjusted

Individuals,
partnerships,
and corps.

States and
U.S.
Government
political
subdivisions

Interbank
Domestic

Foreign

Certified
and
officers’
checks

1943
Jan.

6
13
20
27

53,016
52,734
52,545
53,008

28,367
28,964
29,472
30,056

47,635
47,338
47,117
47,567

28,357
29,001
29,393
29,823

1,722
1,751
1,784
1,866

6,742
5,944
5,360
5,129

9,425
9,347
9,330
9,343

728
733
720
712

661
562
530
694

Feb.

3
10
17
24

52,510
51,950
52,590
52,440

29,753
30,157
30,620
31,129

47,037
46,475
47,103
46,940

29,434
29,877
30,699
31,350

1,888
1,855
1,829
1,842

5,245
4,410
3,940
3,366

9,136
9,071
9,322
9,286

736
718
726
788

598
544
587
578

M ar.

3
10
17
24
31

52,362
52,820
53,699
52,813
52,032

31,305
32,116
32,385
32,128
31,848

46,834
47,290
48,176
47,282
46,493

31,162
31,917
32,338
31,954
31,815

1,858
1,850
1,855
1,831
1,913

2,964
2,716
2,778
2,817
2,266

9,453
9,505
9,800
9,342
9,139

729
718
737
741
746

m
584
668
597
614

Apr.

7
14
21
28

52,443
53,667
54,406
56,146

32,955
32,996
30,313
30,098

46,861
48,094
48,832
50,558

32,725
33,427
30,370
30,112

1,899
1,850
1,782
1,890

1,408
1,639
5,995
8,044

9,439
9,708
9,248
9,092

720
721
722
728

670
749
715
692

May

5
12
19
26

55,952
57,362
57,334
56,892

29,528
30,051
30,652
31,185

50,368
51,748
51,692
51,230

29,423
30,293
30,719
31,072

1,761
1,767
1,766
1,837

8 ,4 9 6 '
9,342
8,861
8,294

9,112
8,935
8,869
8,673

720
729
737
746

856
682
740
608

June

2
9
16
23
30

57,149
56,613
57,517
55,851
55,915

31,386
32,061
32,787
32,472
32,289

51,458
50,919
51,816
50,112
50,171

31,395
31,890
33,064
32,383
32,536

1,838
1,794
1,793
1,756
1,852

7,981
7,029
6,358
5,764
5,652

8,826
8,823
9,106
8,773
8,666

750
758
755
759
766

668
625
740
677
69!)

July

7
14
21
28

55,201
57,182
56,458
56,216

32,325
32,883
33,386
33,840

49,425
51,381
50,631
50,325

32,330
33,236
33,381
33,688

1,781
1,790
1,811
1,846

4,924
5,973
5,345
4,777

8,908
8,868
8,748
8,544

776
766
768
777

706
748
578
693

Aug.

4
11
18
25

56,698
56,610
57,072
56,543

33,746
33,796
34,311
35,145

50,785
50,666
51,094
50,554

33,535
33,797
34,341
34,963

1,857
1,831
1,802
1,829

5,300
5,131
4,769
3,791

8,582
8,604
8,838
8,550

785
774
780
758

726
529
564
636

Sept.

1
8
15
22
29

56,840
57,300
61,531
59,950
60,527

35,733
36,283
32,862
31,613
30,601

50,828
51,262
55,514
53,971
54,555

35,533
36,102
33,775
31,830
30,903

1,922
1,912
1,752
1,615
1,676

3,072
2,802
8,747
10,176
11,833

8,770
9,047
9,477
8,870
8,757

793
800
779
758
761

738
599
984
722
625

Oct.

6
13
20
27

60,370
61,889
63,061
62,537

30,322
30,742
31,366
31,817

54,371
55,877
57,027
56,479

30,395
31,652
31,718
32,069

1,682
1,622
1,621
1,699

12,203
12,204
13,470
12,680

S,725
8,835
8,718
8,620

768
755
771
776

598
809
729
635

Nov.

3
10
17
24

62,287
61,796
61,915
61,265

31,774
32,039
32,649
33,201

56,198
55,686
55,785
55,122

32,039
32,226
33,124
33,434

1,834
1,749
1,713
1,731

12,110
11,401
10,610
9,870

8,771
8,753
8,902
8,561

788
779
767
787

656
778
669
739

Dec.

1
a
15
22
29

61,406
60,159
61,026
59,858
59,771

33,651
34,075
34,750
34,185
33,895

55,252
53,970
54,815
53,627
53,504

33,970
34,147
35,287
34,521
34,297

1,766
1,717
1,708
1,716
1,696

9,068
7,921
7,280
7,088
7,231

8,710
8,668
8,843
8,667
8,549

787
796
777
804
819

951
721
920
831
912




170

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES—Continued
W EEKLY, 1941-65— Continued
o f dollars)
Time deposits

Borrowings
Other
liabilities

Capital
accounts

Total
liabilities
and
capital
accounts

1
1
16
13

1,010
1,028
1,031
1,030

4,027
4,027
4,025
4,026

58,054
57,790
57,617
58,077

Jan.

6
13
20
27

4
5
5
4

12
71
17
41

1,026
1,047
1,072
1,077

4,037
4,042
4,044
4,046

57,585
57,110
57,723
57,604

Feb.

3
10
17
24

56
57
59
58
56

5
5
5
4
4

29
31
66
26
102

1,088
1,112
1,109
1,121
1,112

4,053
4,048
4,052
4,057
4,059

57,532
58,011
58,926
57,017
57,305

M ar.

3
10
17
24
31

29
30
30
31

56
55
55
56

5
5
5
5

79
58
110
84

1,123
1,149
1,116
1,090

4,066
4,067
4,069
4,067

57,711
58,941
59,701
61,387

Apr.

7
14
21
28

116
118
117
117

31
31
31
31

52
54
54
55

4
5
5
5

92
134
71
46

1,066
1,097
1,108
1,117

4,088
4,092
4,099
4,100

61,198
62,685
62,612
62,155

May

5
12
19
26

5,480
5,485
5,494
5,529
5,530

121
117
117
119
119

32
34
34
35
39

53
53
51
50
50

5
5
5
6
6

82
21
82
41
14

1,129
1,166
1,180
1,197
1,179

4,112
4,119
4,120
4,118
4,115

62,472
61,919
62,899
61,207
61,223

June

2
9
16
23
30

5,776
5,801
5,827
5,891

5,564
5,586
5,616
5,677

U6
119
117
120

40
40
40
40

50
50
49
49

6
6
5
5

66
72
34
32

1,160
1,174
1,191
1,198

4,131
4,129
4,128
4,143

60,558
62,557
61,811
61,589

July

7
14
21
28

5,913
5,944
5,978
5,989

5,701
5,732
5,766
5,769

119
119
119
121

40
40
40
45

49
48
48
49

4
5
5
5

37
48
32
50

1,177
1,207
1,232
1,247

4,153
4,160
4,158
4,161

62,065
62,025
62,494
62,001

Aug.

4
11
18
25

6,012
6,038
6,017
5,979
5,972

5,792
5,816
5,792
5,755
5,749

123
123
123
121
119

45
46
49
49
51

47
48
48
49
48

5
5
5
5
5

101
81
67
38
61

1,276
1,287
1,295
1,245
1,249

4,173
4,174
4,172
4,169
4,165

62,390
62,842
67,065
65,402
66,002

Sept.

1
8
15
22
29

5,999
6,012
6,034
6,058

5,770
5,784
5,802
5,829

118
117
118
117

57
58
59
59

49
48
50
48

5
5
5
5

39
50
107
37

1,216
1,242
1,267
1,280

4,186
4,189
4,190
4,197

65,811
67,370
68,625
68,051

Oct.

6
13
20
27

6,089
6,110
6,130
6,143

5,859
5,882
5,902
5,913

118
117
118
118

60
61
61
63

47
45
44
44

5
5
5
5

56
43
61
64

1,261
1,254
1,276
1,308

4,211
4,218
4,222
4,222

67,815
67,311
67,474
66,859

Nov.

3
10
17
24

6,154
6,189
6,211
6,231
6,267

5,929
5,957
5,982
6,003
6,037

114
119
117
116
118

63
64
64
64
64

43
44
43
43
43

5
5
5
5
5

76
118
125
131
114

1,327
1,344
1,368
1,390
1,368

4,236
4,240
4,255
4,243
4,249

67,045
65,861
66,774
65,622
65,502

Dec.

1
8
15
22
29

Individ­
uals, part­
nerships,
and corps.

States and
political
subdivi­
sions

U . S.
G overn­
ment

5,381
5,396
5,428
5,441

5,188
5,204
5,232
5,247

100
99
103
102

26
28
28
28

63
61
60
60

4
4
5
4

5,473
5,475
5,487
5,500

5,268
5,276
5,289
5,305

112
107
106
106

28
28
28
29

61
59
59
56

5,528
5,530
5,523
5,531
5,539

5,333
5,340
5,333
5,352
5,361

105
99
97
88
89

29
29
29
29
29

5,582
5,573
5,574
5,588

5,396
5,384
5,367
5,381

96
99
117
115

5,584
5,614
5,642
5,662

5,381
5,406
5,435
5,454

5,691
5,694
5,701
5,739
5,744

Total

Interbank
Domestic

Other

From
F. R.
Banks

Foreign

Date

1943




171

EPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA NK S,
(In millions
Loans

j

investments

i
.
j'

Total

Total
adjusted

I

j

I

Total
\
-— — — | WUIIl™
mereial,
, industrial,
i and agN et
' riculAdjusted
tural
‘
I
r—

F o r purchasing or carrying
securities
,
—
1 -------“
1
To
To brokers nnd
I
others
dealers
j
_
—_
_
___ _____
1
1
|
Other
U.S.
U.S.
Other
securi­
Govt.
1 G ovt. 1 securi­
securi<
ties
ties
| securi- ,
tics
tics
: • = =

Real
estate

Loans
to
banks

j
|

All
other

j

i

5
12
19
26

49,527
49,539
49,892
50,288

49,467
49,488
49,832
50,215

10,643
10,665
10,703
10,829

10,703
10,716
10,763
10,902

6,335
6,360
6,349
6,369

743
827
843
971

563
543
589
583

337
298
290
278

303
296
300
301

1,107
1,1 0 4
1,107
1,106

60
51
60
73

j
i
1
j

1,255
1,237
1,225
1,221

2
9
16
23

52,177
53,256
53,854
53,267

52,091
53,155
53,762
53,197

11,345
11,425
11,780
11,600

11,431
11,526
11,872
11,670

6,396
6,393
6,446
6,412

1,057
959
1,153
1,109

592
602
601
603

657
831
903
838

304
301
355
318

1,099
1,095
1,092
1,092

86
101
92
70

1
,
!
|

1,240
1,244
1,230
1,228

1
8
15
22
29

53,290
52,903
52,884
52,401
52,012

53,188
52,826
52,797
52,342
51,957

11,433
11,453
11,344
11,116
10,963

11,535
11,530
11,431
11,175
11,018

6,394
6,369
6,396
6,370
6,305

1,042
1,182
1,079
909
861

625
614
616
617
621

759
687
635
619
579

302
305
307
301
301

1,089
1,085
1,083
1,082
1,081

102
77
87
59
55

1
j
l
(

1,222
1,211
1,228
1,218
1,215

12
19
26

5

5 f ,633
51,596
51,453
51,064

51,559
51,533
51,387
50,982

10,696
10,557
10,392
10,281

10,770
10,620
10,458
10,363

6,215
6,188
6,151
6,069

745
694
605
676

617
612
627
619

533
485
432
355

298
298
297
287

1,078
1,076
1.077
1,078

74
63 .
66 1
82 i

1 ,210
1 ,2 04
1,203
1,197

3
10
17
24
31

50,674
50,611
50,319
50,240
49,988

50,612
50,554
50,264
50,201
49,933

10,194
10,110
10,181
10,150
10,026

10,256
10,167
10,236
10,189
10,081

6,035
6,015
5,990
5,906
5,846

653
593
620
672
622

600
616
553
570
570

334
303
299
287
279

295
306
307
310
310

1,0 7 4
1,074
1,0 7 2
1,072
1,073

1,203
1,203
1,3 4 0
1,333
1 ,3 2 6

7
14
21
28

50,032
50,405
51,152
55,036

49,979
50,356
51,114
54,983

10,102
10,200
10,378
12,111

10,155
10,249
10,416
12,164

5,870
5,913
5,939
6,027

696
736
812
1,380

565
576
623
652

272
265
285
1,295

303
309
311
321

1,071
1,072
1,072
1,073

62
57 j
55 1
39 .i
55
i
1
53 ,|
49
38
53

5
12
19
26

56,262
57,211
57,304
57,065

56,170
57,137
57,177
57,981

12,191
12,257
11 872
11,643

12,283
12,331
11,999
11,727

6,037
6,040
6,068
6,088

1,159
1,242
1,019
880

664
653
636
609

1,575
1,575
1,399
1,318

344
332
326
346

1,069
1,070
1,072
1,070

92
74 .
127
84

1,343
1,3 45
1,3 5 2
1,3 32

2
9
16
23
30

56,917
56„524
56,383
55,906
55,700

56,830
56,474
56,317
55,861
55,646

11,400
11,246
11,142
11,041
11,011

11,487
11,296
11,208
11,806
11,065

6,015
6,013
6,001
6,006
5,984

807
758
710
742
797

639
593
594
605
596

1,213
1,161
1,091
971
917

334
337
364
341
338

1,071
1,068
1.071
1.072
1,071

87 ^
50
66 !
•
45
54j

1,321
1 ,3 1 6
1,311
1,3 04
1,3 0 8

6
13
20
27

55,493
55,041
54,766
54,673

55,432
54,990
54,720
54,641

11,029
10,915
10,900
10,948

11,090
10,966
10,946
10,980

5,986
6,016
6,055
6,076

836
778
818
819

601
614
621
704

893
803
679
618

341
339
334
339

1,066
1,066
1,065
1,062

61 1
51
46 !
32 ,

1 ,3 0 6
1,299
1,328
1 ,330

4
11
18
25

54,436
54,087
54,079
54,088

54,398
54,021
54,024
54,023

10,961
10,981
10,925
11,042

10,999
11,047
10,980
11,107

6,091
6,110
6,136
6,183

838
852
848
812

719
727
684
805

592
575
546
522

331
328
330
335

1,061
1,063
1,062
1,062

38 ,j
66
55 j
i
65

1,3 29
1 ,3 2 6
1,3 19
1,323

I
8
15
22
29

53,914
53,570
54,043
54,222
55,093

53,833
53,507
53,976
54,135
55,029

11,290
11,176
11,216
11,343
11,601

11,371
11,239
11,283
11,430
11 665

6,247
6,287
6,328
6,300
6,274

917
922
988
1,095
1,421

889
760
717
734
697

506
497
477
485
505

345
325
328
350
331

1,060
1,061
1,061
1,059
1,061

81
63
67 j
87 j
64 1

1 ,3 2 6
1,3 24
1 ,317
1 ,320
1,312

6
13
20
27

58,603
59,524
59,881
59,737

58,527
59,425
59,799
59,678

12,527
12,930
13,063
12,927

12,603
13,029
13,145
12,986

6,382
6,420
6,494
6,518

1,430
1,480
1,451
1,431

718
714
715
706

1,286
1,603
1,663
1,526

332
336
344
353

1,059
1,058
1,055
1,058

76
99 1
82 ;
59 .

1 ,320
1,319
1,341
1,3 3 5




172

1

1 ,325
1,329
1,3 36
1,363

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W E E K L Y , 1941-65— C ontinued
of dollars)
Investments

Balances with—

U S. Govcrnn lcntseeurit ies

C ertif­
icates

Notes
and
bonds

Other
securities

Cash
items
in
process
of col­
lection

C ur­
rency
nnd
coin

Reserves
with
F.R .
Banks

D o­
mestic
banks

Foreign
banks

Other
assets

Total
assets

Date

Total

Bills

36,033
36,044
36,352
36,585

3,179
3,090
3,154
3,089

8,670
8,777
8,859
8,995

24
24
24
24

184
177
339
501

2,791
2,779
2,777
2,801

2,731
2,627
2,644
2,715

552
569
544
564

8,716
8.881
9,003
9,031

2,229
2,189
2,198
2,247

17
15
17
17

1,220
1,230
1,248
1,239

64,992
65,050
65,546
66,101

Jan.

5
12
19
26

37,930
38,902
39,139
38,755

3,660
4,223
4,125
3,689

8,691
8,818
9,036
9,077

25
25
25
25

579
861
978
989

2,816
2,828
2,843
2,842

2,666
2,483
3,005
2,870

536
542
529
560

8,810
8,539
8,333
8,320

2,276
2,285
2,321
2,122

15
15
15
t6

1,253
1,292
1,315
1,328

67,733
68,412
69,372
68,483

Feb.

2
9
16
23

38,898
38,522
38,601
38,329
38,087

3,848
3,531
3,608
3,488
3,247

9,043
8,973
8,976
8,877
8,910

26
26
26
25
25

007
018
017
964
930

2,857
2,851
2,852
2,897
2,907

2,776
2,528
3.728
2,673
2,443

506
519
552
549
552

8,510
8,529
8,752
8,521
8,294

2,174
2,107
2,183
2,074
2,001

16
16
15
15
13

1,340
1,315
1,229
1,204
1,228

68,612
67,917
69,343
67,437
66,543

M ar.

1
8
15
22
29

38,961
38,089
38,110
37,834

3,137
3,286
3,264
2,981

8,933
8,963
8,994
8,960

25
25
25
25

891
840
852
893

2,902
2,887
2,885
2,867

2,569
2,915
2,838
2,519

518
561
550
559

8,448
8,696
8,799
8,692

2,006
2,073
2,070
1,987

13
12
13
11

1,227
1,231
1,237
1,235

66,414
67,084
66,960
66,067

Apr.

5
12
19
26

37,613
37,635
37,232
37,184
37,029

2,773
2,818
2,441
2,433
2,299

8,968
8,963
8,938
8,886
8,886

25
25
25
25
25

872
854
853
865
844

2,805
2,809
2,851
2,867
2,878

2,493
2,457
2,670
2,389
2,697

533
551
547
559
526

8,767
8,792
8,992
9,056
9,060

1,957
1,999
2,050
2,033
2,118

10
12
10
11
II

1,255
1,260
1,272
1,278
1,313

65,689
65,682
65,860
65,566
65,713

May.

3
10
17
24
31

37,027
37,259
37,832
39,917

2,285
2,357
2,381
2,942

8,834
8,911
9,231
10,341

25
25
26
26

908
991
220
634

2,850
2,897
2,904
2,955

2,352
3,003
2,977
2,834

539
588
580
595

9,282
9,526
9,493
8,952

2,059
2,189
2,202
2,267

13
13
13
12

1,303
1,296
1,202
1,246

65,580
67,020
67,619
70,942

June

7
14
21
28

41,048
41,917
42,424
42,460

3,549
3,623
3,907
3,821

10,755
11,098
11,093
11,135

26
27
27
27

744
196
424
504

2,931
2,963
2,881
2,878

2,695
3,191
2,751
2,637

548
586
561
556

8,826
8,719
8,686
8,761

2,373
2,425
2,287
2,280

14
15
14
20

1,260
1,291
1,273
1,292

71,978
73,438
72,876
72,611

July

5
12
19
26

42,488
42,289
42,229
41,875
41,675

3,881
3,725
3,658
3,324
3,077

11,057
11,004
10,990
11,009
11,057

27
27
27
27
27

550
560
581
542
541

2,942
2,939
2,946
2,945
2,960

2,551
2,331
2,652
2,491
2,429

532
535
526
545
574

8,764
8,750
8,817
8,883
9,031

2,177
2,186
2,239
2,132
2,096

20
21
21
20
20

1,308
1,312
1,313
1,293
1,326

72,269
71,659
71,951
71,270
71,176

Aug.

2
9
16
23
30

41,446
41,113
40,860
40,724

2,914
2,644
2,491
2,473

11,001
10,962
10,815
10,757

27
27
27
27

531
507
554
494

2,957
2,962
2,960
2,969

2,497
2,912
2,731
2,704

531
574
558
582

9,072
9,263
9,160
9,077

2,074
2,169
2,127
2,120

20
14
13
13

1,326
1,342
1,214
1,217

71,013
71,315
70,569
70,386

Sept.

6
13
20
27

40,506
40,130
40,197
40,092

2,368
2,127
2,269
2,202

10,641
10,536
10,435
10,370

27
27
27
27

497
467
493
520

2,931
2,910
2,902
2,889

2,585
2,887
2,841
2,693

547
572
581
586

9,115
9,344
9,412
9,565

2,112
2,082
2,196
2,101

13
14
14
14

1,221
1,224
1,219
1,227

70,029
70,210
70,342
70,274

Oct.

4
11
18
25

39,656
39,467
39,883
39,929
40,544

1,774
1,670
1,923
1,627
1,768

10,247
10,163
10,102
10,274
10,392

27
27
27
28
28

635
634
858
028
384

2,887
2,864
2,877
2,863
2,884

3,242
2,941
3,458
3,188
3,211

565
585
573
585
642

9,591
9,634
9,906
10,101
10,073

2,105
2,096
2,249
2,190
2,210

11
11
11
10
10

1,273
1,262
1,282
1,287
1,307

70,701
70,099
71,522
71,583
72,546

Nov.

1
8
15
22
29

43,112
43,598
43,826
43,842

2,145
2,301
2,233
2,428

10,359
10,338
10,281
10,110

30
30
31
31

608
959
312
304

2,888
2,897
2,910
2,909

2,705
3,241
3,236
3,337

613
661
655
657

9,517
9,448
9,285
9,328

2,262
2,318
2,279
2,295

12
13
12
16

1,291
1,312
1,214
1,232

75,003
76,517
76,562
76,602

Dec.

6
13
20
27

1944




173

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA NK S,
(In millions
D em and deposits
Total
demand
and
time
deposits

D ate

Individuals,
partnerships,
and corps.

Total
Adjusted

States and
political
subdivisions

U.S.
Government

Interbank
Domestic

Unadjusted

Foreign

Certified
and
officers*
checks

1944
Jan.

5
12
19
26

59,342
59,366
59,822
60,387

33,732
34,308
34,862
34,814

53,023
53,008
53,444
53,994

33,881
34,516
34,985
34,916

1,734
1,708
1,740
1,849

6,894
6,462
6,198
6,669

8,853
8,801
8,922
8,982

813
810
818
814

848
711
781
764

Feb.

2
9
16
23

62,023
62,712
63,659
62,771

31,873
31,702
31,509
31,902

55,625
56,292
57,242
56,335

32,006
31,722
32,214
32,433

1,741
1,657
1,643
1,643

11,462
12,431
13,070
12,459

8,817
8,859
8,855
8,291

807
817
803
813

792
806
657
696

M ar.

1
8
15
22
29

62,850
62,167
63,541
61,617
60,708

32,327
32,778
33,447
32,860
32,660

56,398
55,672
57,044
55,104
54,173

32,609
32,863
34,153
32,970
32,649

1,706
1,66!
1,656
1,727
1,782

12,030
11,024
10,422
10,435
10,235

8,441
8,492
8,604
8,294
7,995

824
850
843
842
840

788
782
1,366
836
672

Apr.

5
12
19
26

60,605
61,280
61,084
60,150

32,872
33,766
34,248
34,524

54,044
54,687
54,463
53,518

32,789
34,120
34,438
34,398

1,841
1,799
1,802
1,949

9,635
8,929
8,303
7,737

8,122
8,217
8,208
7,863

846
860
866
875

811
762
846
696

M ay

3
10
17
24
31

59,804
59,736
59,890
59,512
59,634

34,649
34,932
35,362
35,969
36,208

53,135
53,022
53,137
52,734
52,831

34,357
34,784
35,440
35,670
36,184

2,005
1,963
1,947
2,004
2,054

7,196
6,692
6,056
5,472
4,934

7,914
8,054
8,165
8,026
8,108

883
887
884
S78
884

780
642
645
684
667

June

7
14
21
28

59,506
60,936
61,493
64,904

36,879
37,229
36,426
33,008

52,659
54,073
54,631
58,045

36,649
37,569
36,447
33,170

1,962
1,912
2,043
1,765

4,149
4,263
5,486
12,589

8,409
8,713
8,872
8,759

870
865
870
855

620
751
913
907

July

5
12
19
26

65,967
67,422
66,800
66,591

32,561
32,481
32,945
33,503

59,093
60,524
59,867
59,628

32,658
33,031
33,303
33,738

1,706
1,660
1,619
1,690

13,917
14,755
14,472
13,989

9,051
9,231
8,825
8,617

869
866
874
882

892
981
774
712

Aug.

2
9
16
23
30

66,284
65,640
65,925
65,211
65,142

33,597
33,565
33,894
34,400
35,097

59,273
58,579
58,822
58,075
57,974

33,650
33.519
34,233
34,449
35,111

1,777
1,750
1,719
1,741
1,756

13,602
13,085
12,601
11,783
11,100

8,654
8,742
8,810
8,540
8,479

869
856
865
861
869

721
627
594
701
659

Sept.

6
13
20
27

64,878
65,176
64,336
64,229

35,469
35,895
35,522
35,435

57,673
57,917
57,029
56,883

35,558
36,403
35,757
35,499

1,742
1,737
1,739
1,762

10,189
9,465
9,135
9,221

8,668
8,794
8,785
8,656

850
851
856
867

666
667
757
878

Oct.

4
11
18
25

63,911
63,937
64,020
63,837

35,383
35,890
36,614
37,438

56,426
56,374
56,447
56,230

35,450
36,281
36,985
37,567

1,780
1,745
1,752
1,844

8,712
7,746
6,977
6,351

8,887
8,994
9,168
8,884

859
857
847
864

738
751
718
720

Nov.

1
8
15
22
29

64,203
63,546
64,941
64,870
65,686

37,587
37,627
38,417
39,169
38,539

56,553
55,862
57,218
57,203
58,025

37,808
37,950
39,188
39,417
38,823

1,954
1,936
1,894
1,992
2,039

5,804
5,217
4,821
4,553
5,757

9,069
9,220
9,665
9,445
9,650

851
857
857
848
868

1,067
682
793
948
888

Dec.

6
13
20
27

68,393
70,037
70,104
70,186

35,824
35,867
35,104
35,042

60,742
62,369
62,415
62,482

35,965
36,535
35,513
35,675

1,804
1,761
1,701
1,700

11,743
12,780
13,653
13,791

9,603
9,603
9,561
9,433

867
878
861
879

760
812
1,126
1,004




174

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES—Continued
W EEKLY, 1941-65— Continued
o f dollars)
Time deposits

Total

Borrowings

Individ­ States and
uals, part­ political
nerships,
subdivi­
sions
and corps.

U . S.
G overn­
m ent

Other
liabilities

Interbank
Domestic

From
F . R.
Banks

Foreign

C apital
accounts

Total
liabilities
and
capital
accounts

O ther

Date

1944
6,319
6,358
6,378
6,393

6,097
6,134
6,153
6,167

118
119
121
121

54
54
54
55

43
44
43
43

7
7
7
7

49
54
68
55

1,320
1,347
1,374
1,364

4,281
4,2*3
4,282
4,295

64,992
65,050
65,546
66,101

Jan.

5
12
19
26

6,398
6,420
6,417
6,436

6,169
6,185
6,182
6,198

123
126
128
129

58
60
59
60

41
42
41
42

64
58
57
51

1,341
1,333
1,348
1,348

4,305
4,309
4,308
4,313

67,733
68,412
69,372
68,483

Feb.

7
7
7

2
9
16
23

6,452
6,495
6,497
6,513
6,535

6,213
6,264
6,265
6,282
6,306

131
126
127
125
123

59
57
57
58
58

42
41
41
41
41

7
7
7
7
7

77
36
80
69
84

1,361
1,391
1,397
1,419
1,419

4,324
4,323
4,325
4,332
4,332

68,612
67,917
69,343
67,437
66,543

M ar.

1
8
15
22
29

6,561
6,593
6,621
6,632

6,330
6,357
6,386
6,407

124
129
130
J30

59
59
58
48

41
41
40
40

7
7
7
7

67
52
103
J09

1,393
1,397
1,415
1,446

4,349
4,355
4,358
4,362

66,414
67,084
66,960
66,067

Apr.

5
12
19
26

6,669
6,714
6,753
6,778
6,803

6,445
6,491
6,527
6,556
6,575

129
128
131
129
130

48
48
48
48
48

40
40
40
38
38

7
7
7
7
12

75
110
123
200
188

1,433
1,452
1,461
1,464
1,488

4,377
4,384
4,386
4,390
4,403

65,689
65,682
65,860
65,566
65,713

May

3
10
17
24
31

6,847
6,863
6,862
6,859

6,623
6,639
6,639
6,643

127
127
126
119

47
47
47
48

38
38
38
37

12
12
12
12

210
152
159
65

1,458
1,530
1,556
1,570

4,406
4,402
4,411
4,403

65,580
67,020
67,619
70,942

June

7
14
21
28

6,874
6,898
6,933
6,963

6,663
6,685
6,720
6,751

117
118
118
119

46
46
46
45

36
37
37
36

12
12
12
12

76
64
148
79

1,515
1,528
1,511
1,519

4,420
4,424
4,417
4,422

71,978
73,438
72,876
72,611

July

5
12
19
26

7,011
7,061
7,103
7,136
7,168

6,798
6,850
6,890
6,921
6,952

119
117
119
121
122

45
46
46
46
46

37
36
36
36
36

12
12
12
12
12

42
51
47
f8
53

1,506
1,526
1,535
1,522
1,532

4,437
4,442
4,444
4,449
4,449

72,269
71,659
71,951
71,270
71,176

Aug.

2
9
16
23
30

7,205
7,259
7,307
7,346

6,992
7,043
7,093
7,131

121
123
121
122

46
46
46
46

34
35
35
35

12
12
12
12

96
91
164
81

1,575
1,586
1,594
1,600

4,464
4,462
4,475
4,476

71,013
71,315
70,569
70,386

Sept.

6
13
20
27

7,485
7,563
7,573
7,607

7,273
7,351
7,356
7,394

119
120
121
120

46
46
46
46

35
34
38
35

12
12
12
12

23
157
190
283

1,600
1,614
1,629
1,651

4,495
4,502
4,503
4,503

70,029
70,210
70,342
70,274

Oct.

4
11
18
25

7,650
7,684
7,723
7,667
7,661

7,436
7,473
7,508
7,454
7,450

120
116
118
117
116

46
46
46
45
45

36
37
39
39
38

12
12
12
12
12

318
328
320
461
562

1,662
1,700
1,736
1,724
1,773

4,518
4,525
4,525
4,528
4,525

70,701
70,099
71,522
71,583
72,546

Nov.

1
8
15
22
29

7,651
7,668
7,689
7,704

7,444
7,461
7,486
7,501

114
113
113
112

45
45
45
45

36
37
33
34

12
12
12
12

365
217
234
151

1,703
1,734
1,690
1,743

4,542
4,529
4,534
4,522

75,003
76,517
76,562
76,602

Dec.

6
13
20
27




'

175

REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA N K S,
(In millions
L oans

Loans and
investments
Total

Total

Total
adjusted

Adjusted

Net

_

_

For purchasing or carrying
securities
_____
Com ­ ____ _____
mercial.
Real
To brokers and
To
indus­
others
, estate
trial,
dealers
. ____
...
and ag­
‘
ricul­
' '
i
U.S.
tural
U.S.
O ther ,
Other
Govt,
G ovt. I securi­
securi- 1
securi- : ties
securi- 1 ties
ties
.= - =
:

Loa ns> |
t«
|
banks '
i
!
1
j
i

All
other

1
- j'

i

i
1
1
|

3
10
17
24
31

59,887
59,560
59,635
59,620
59,247

59,780
59,499
59,543
59,566
59,175

12,523
12,443
12,259
12,133
12,036

12,630
12,504
12,351
12,187
12,108

6,425
6,436
6,425
6,387
6,351

t
1,245
1,262
1,208 j
1,143 ;
1,121 1

724
702
707
751
748

1,416
1,329
1,202 !, 140
1,093

354
354 1
354
355
369

1,054
1,056
1,053 ;
1,051 :
1,049 |

7
(4
21
28

59,007
58,923
58,753
58,501

58,928
58,839
58,682
58,430

11,773
11,810
11,622
11,563

11,852
11,894
11,693
11,634

6,346
6,369
6,313
6,251

995
1,037
967
964

1

774
775
730
773

961 ,
943 !
912
899 j

353 !
348
368 j
346

1,049
1,050 J
1,047
1,044

79 |
84 1
7> i
71

1,295
1,288
1,285
1,286

7
14
21
28

58,424
58,155
58,071
57,797

58,342
58,085
58,014
57,734

11,435
11,349
11,227
11,117

11,517
11,419
11,284
11,180

6,198
6,186
6,155
6,088

951
924 i
889 j
838 !

745
736
748
776

864
824
770
74.

i
1
1
j

1,044
1,042 !
1,041 ;
1,040

57,349
57,387
57,291
57,058

57,270
57,321
57,219
56,971

10,913
10,911
10,984
11,044

10,992
10,977
11,056
11,131

6,044
6,017
5,958
5,938

749
812
918
1,044

■
f
1
j

759
737
776
747

684
656
640
623

,
1
!
,

1,041 :
1,043
1,041
1,040 j

82
70 ;
57
63 !
|
79 j
66 '!
72 !
87 ;

1,286
1,291
1,277
1,291

4
11
18
25

347 :
346 1
347
343
■
345
348
353
353

1,291
1,298
1,298
1,299

2
9
16
23
30

57,176
56,995
57,228
57,482
57,541

57,071
56,910
57,123
57,382
57,424

11,211
11,135
11,253
11,446
11,519

11,316
11,220
11,358
11 546
11,636

5,904
5,829
5,797
5,790
5,768

! 1,084
1,132
1,237
1,446
1,505

I
!
1
s

810
794
830
832
840

384
353
362
362 i
364 1

1,047 i
1,045
1,044 1
1,046 |
1,049

105 !
85
los ;
100 i
117

1,378
1,389
I , 396
1,389
1,393

6
13
20
27

58,254
58.896
63,005
63.537

58,152
58,788
62,914
63,459

11,784
12,016
13,455
13,757

11,886
12,124
13,546
13,835

5,822
5,860
5,900
5,923

869
870
902
886

390
381
388
395 ,

1,044 j
1,045 1
1,047
1,052

102 j
108 '
91
78

1,406
1.415
1,442
1,448

4
Ii
18
25

64,291
64.235
63,994
63,853

64,223
64,171
63,916
63,763

13,975
13,708
13,457
13,250

14,043
13,772
13,535
13,340

5 ,9 4 t
5,928
5,928
5.903

1,439 i
1,595 "
1,730
1,841
■
1,821
1,667
1,518 )
1,465

604 1
593
587
581
600 >
,|
I
814 ,
850
2,046 j
2,212

879
877
899
905

398
396
395
397 :

1,048
1,051
1,052
1,051

68 'I
64
78 <
90 ;

1,487
1.485
1,481
1,479

I
8
15
22
29

63,696
63,052
63,094
62.680
62,546

63,602
62,984
62,994
62,597
62,469

13,299
12,907
12,906
12,805
12,764

13,393
12,975
13,006
12,888
12,841

5,926
5,914
5,949
5,948
5,982

1,457 ■
1,350
1,364
1,385 i
1,443 j

964
863
841
827
820

2,401 j
2,304 1
2,184
2,050
|
1,995 i
1,858 ,
1,828 (
1,706 1
1,599

421
398
395 :
408
394

1,055
1,053
1,055
1,058
1,058

94 «
6S 'I
100
83 (
11 ’

1,481
1,471
1,474
1,473
1,468

5
12
19
26

62,382
61,842
61,584
61,251

62,248
61,749
61,470
61,200

12,733
12,590
12,650
12,680

12,867
12,683
12,764
12,731

6,055
6,095
6,124
6,113

1,418 ]
1,328 !
1,386 ,i
1,451

818
802
877
905

1,507 1
1,437 1
1,335 i
1,283

397
396
399 :
398

1,059
1,058
1,061 i
1,060

134
93
114 |
51 |

1,479
1,474
1,468
1,470

3
10
17
24
31

61,030
60,883
61,075
61,007
60,945

60,954
60,818
60,999
60,935
60,825

12,510
12,428
12,245
12,207
12,390

12,586
12,493
12,321
12,279
12,510

6,218
6,271
6,251
6,266
6,328

1,366
1,269
1,190 i
1,203 :
1,287 "

828
872
852
848
890

1,155
1,067
985 |
922
890 1

395
396
405
399
416 :

1,063 j
1,065
1,063
1,062 1
1,060 ^

76 i
65
76 i
l
7y
120

1,485
1,488
1,499
1,507
1,519

7
14
21
28

61,034
61,112
62,057
62,381

60,953
61,063
6 t ,979
62,315

12,450
12,653
13,192
13,566

12,531
12,702
13,270
13,632

6,480
6,628
6,751
6,778

1, 2 2 9 ;

1,251 f
1,375 :
1,674

870
855
838
807

391
387
410
416

1,060 ;
1,067 *
1,070 1
1,073

81
49
78
6(i

$

1,542
1,554
1,581
1,596

5
12
19
26

67,140
68,034
68.102
67.733

67,011
67,936
68,006
67,662

15,124
15,853
15,856
15,758

15,253
15.951
15.952
15,829 i

6,964
7,128
7,241
7,259

1,717
1,996 S
1,893
1,917

819
832
901
865

878 <
911
1,167 ,
1,222 !
j
2,458
2,697
2,589 j
2,495

427
437
442
432

1,079 I
1,081 1
1,091
1,091 ,

129
98 |
96
75

1,660
1,682
1,699
1,699




176

1
'
|

107
61
92
54
72

'

5
!
l
,

1 ,305
1,304
1,310
1,306
1,305

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Balances with—

Investments
U.S. G overnm ent securities

Total

Bills

Certif­
icates

Notes
and
bonds

Other
securities

Cash
items
in
process
ofcollection

C u r­
rency
and
coin

Reserves
with
F.R.
Banks

D o­
mestic
banks

Foreign
ba nks

O ther
assets

Total
assets

Date

1945
44,354
44,166
44,393
44,554
44,257

2,864
2,774
2,947
2,926
2,553

10,099
9,985
9,955
10,029
9,971

31,391
31,407
31,491
31,599
31,733

2,903
2,890
2,891
2,879
2,882

3,413
2,917
3,071
3,174
2,924

597
603
582
580
563

9,238
9,325
9,434
9,403
9,302

2,446
2,264
2,292
2,191
2,110

12
12
14
12
13

1,236
1,291
1,303
1,311
1,342

76,829
75,972
76,331
76,291
75,501

Jan.

3
10
17
24
31

44,219
44,061
44,105
43,912

2,526
2,446
2,443
2,140

10,159
10,101
10,036
9,994

31,534
31,514
31,626
31,778

2,936
2,968
2,955
2,955

2,761
3,526
3,007
3,173

547
589
565
565

9,358
9,432
9,440
9,560

2,085
2,179
2,136
2,164

13
11
12
12

1,329
1,350
1,343
1,392

75,100
76,010
75,256
75,367

Feb.

7
14
21
28

43,977
43,799
43,773
43,565

2,350
2,238
2,260
2,082

11,555
11,498
11,432
11,312

30,072
30,063
30,081
30,171

2,930
2,937
3,014
3,052

2,740
3,279
2,777
2,757

564
619
594
607

9,551
9,725
9,753
9,543

2,121
2,218
2,159
1 , 110

11
11
11
11

1,344
1,345
1,259
1,269

74,755
75,352
74,624
74,094

M ar.

7
14
21
28

43,286
43,327
43,143
42,854

1,846
1,770
1,709
1,497

11,282
11,221
11,098
10,973

30,158
30,336
30,336
30,384

3,071
3,083
3,092
3,073

2,917
2,904
3,056
2,806

564
572
581
594

9,611
9,823
9,857
9,933

2,119
2,131
2,150
2,121

13
15
13
13

1,271
1,253
1,276
1,267

73 844
74,085
74,224
73,792

Apr.

4
11
18
25

42,844
42,748
42,853
42,897
42,842

1,530
1,339
1,399
1,218
1,195

10,845
10,832
10,767
10,774
10,663

30,469
30,577
30,687
30,905
30,984

3,016
3,027
3,017
3,039
3,063

3,039
2,620
3,187
2,964
3,036

567
566
587
605
600

9,997
10,077
10,254
10,216
10,418

2,138
2,115
2,230
2,123
2,179

15
12
12
12
13

1,300
1,294
1,323
1,345
1,350

75,232
73,679
74,821
74,747
75,137

May

2
9
16
23
30

43,296
43,676
46,334
46,543

1,368
1,418
1,946
1,889

9,397
9,417
10,470
10,539

32,531
32,841
33,918
34,115

3,072
3,096
3,125
3,159

2,883
3,436
3,630
3,159

580
582
574
585

10,400
10,660
10,142
9,755

2,172
2,345
2,463
2,412

14
15
19
20

1,352
1,343
1,243
1,289

75,655
77,277
81,076
80,757

June

6
13
20
27

47,116
47,338
47,267
47,312

1,932
2,090
1,935
1,913

10,664
10,647
10,646
10,603

34,520
34,601
34,686
34,796

3,132
3,125
3,192
3,201

3,218
3,191
3,136
2,929

542
582
567
567

9,732
9,599
9,710
9,796

2,424
2,415
2,338
2,254

21
18
15
14

1,333
1,328
1,340
1,333

81,561
81,368
81,100
80,746

July

4
11
18
25

47,000
46,771
46,770
46,458
46,371

1,656
1,585
1,633
1,420
1,463

10,581
10,462
10,385
10,277
10,196

34,763
34,724
34,752
34,761
34,712

3,303
3,306
3,318
3,334
3,334

3,280
2,527
2,835
2,908
2,688

543
539
545
556
586

9,833
9,785
9,934
9,939
10,010

2,170
2,191
2,324
2,300
2,229

13
16
15
15
14

1,339
1,342
1,356
1,376
1,385

80,874
79,452
80,103
79,774
79,458

Aug.

1
8
15
22
29

46,182
45,823
45,473
45,140

1,451
1,229
1,213
1,144

10,502
10,347
10,220
9,964

34,229
34,247
34,040
34,032

3,333
3,336
3,347
3,380

2,743
3,174
3,268
2,961

540
583
570
590

10,061
10,117
10,265
10,072

2,183
2,226
2,204
2,086

15
15
14
12

1,388
1,423
1,277
1,274

79,312
79,380
79,182
78,246

Sept.

5
12
19
26

45,143
45,108
45,471
45,458
45,142

1,310
1,284
1,553
1,303
969

9,803
9,830
9,864
9,906
9,863

34,030
33,994
34,054
34,249
34,310

3,301
3,282
3,283
3,270
3,293

2,880
3,305
3,400
3,082
3,558

539
588
572
576
568

10,191
10,250
10,345
10,413
10,336

2,172
2,187
2,288
2,193
2,209

13
13
14
13
14

1,316
1,286
1,302
1,319
1,350

78,141
78,512
78,996
78,603
78,980

Oct.

3
10
17
24
31

45,263
45,176
45,550
45,501

1,173
1,016
1,116
975

9,731
9,741
9,889
9,832

34,359
34,419
34,545
34,694

3,240
3,234
3,237
3,248

3,253
3,949
3,488
3,540

575
620
590
627

10,289
10,474
10,460
10,741

2,215
2,334
2,241
2,273

14
13
13
13

1,372
1,359
1,378
1,392

78,752
79,861
80,227
80,967

Nov.

7
14
21
28

48,654
48,817
48,827
48,541

2,164
2,031
1,962
1,674

11,193
11,187
11,218
11,186

35,297
35,599
35,647
35,681

3,233
3,266
3,323
3,363

3,750
3,776
3,573
3,338

598
651
654
668

10,485
10,037
10,237
10,133

2,518
2,570
2,525
2,416

15
18
21
16

1,439
1,425
1,269
1,402

85,945
86,511
86,381
85,706

Dec.

5
12
19
26




177

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1

ASSETS AND

A . M EM BER BA N K S,

(In millions
Dem and deposits

Total
demand
and
time
deposits

D ate

Total
Adjusted

Unadjusted

Individuals,
partnerships,
and corps.

States and
political
subdivisions

U.S.
Government

Interbank
j
Domestic

Foreign

Certified
and
officers'
checks

...

1945
Jan.

3
10
17
24
31

70,456
69,487
69,824
69,798
68,956

34,667
35,112
35,686
35,987
36,076

62,672
61,660
61,983
61,924
61,051

35,219
35,302
36,170
36,268
36,251

1,735
1,807
1,711
1,772
1,859

13,870
13,130
12,755
12,634
12,314

9,843
9,623
9,580
9,226
8,823

879
878 ,
891
903
914

Feb.

7
14
21
28

68,503
69,367
68,572
68,632

36,034
36,282
36,635
37,018

60,540
61,371
60,529
60,537

35,935
36,977
36,830
37,347

1,892
1,896
1,888
1,939

11,950
11,610
11,075
10,523

8,873
9,029
8,883
8,883

922
924
929
940

968
935
924
905

M ar.

7
14
21
28

67,980
68,687
67,944
67,405

37,149
37,635
37,585
37,347

59,830
60,509
59,714
59,155

37,168
38,158
37,569
37,198

1,923
1,921
1,986
2,077

9,942
9,481
9,345
9,222

9,065
9,195
9,082
8,902

934
919
925 1
927

798
835
807
829

Apr.

4
11
18
25

67,107
67,278
67,355

37,184
38,037
38,603
39,099

58,867
58,978
59,012
58,427

37,091
38,077
38,739
38,902

2,065
2,057
2,080
2,183

8,794
7,976
7,305
6,686

9,045
9,119
9,102
8,875

927
942
946
961

945
807
840
820

M ay

2
9
16
23
30

67,145
66,602
67,786
67,487
67,717

39,147
39,490
39,900
40,516
40,378

58,745
58,152
59 289
58,977
59,192

38,907
39,044
40,006
40,153
40,190

2,289
2,271
2,239
2,308
2,374

6,484
5,898
5,792
5,343
5,501

9,110
9,160
9,408
9,148
9,256

965
984
1,002
1,006
1,021

990
795
842
1,019
850

June

6
13
20
27

68,210
69,903
74,104
73,904

40,683
41,189
37,176
36,367

59,650
61,318
65,512
65,285

40,323
41,404
37,554
36,525

2,268
2,232
1,861
1,909

5,428
5,499
13,633
14,978

9,629
10,160
10,040
9,763

1,027
1,034
1,033
1,018

975
989
1,391
1,092

July

4
11
18
25

74,894
74,666
74,302
73,823

35,875
36,308
36,852
37,440

66,258
65,976
65,574
65,050

36,019
36,683
37,178
37,506

1,831
1,765
1,807
1,902

16,135
15,488
14,769
14,176

10,013
9,965
9,780
9,453

1,017
1,024
1,037
1,052

1,243
1,051
1,003
961

Aug.

1
8
15
22
29

73,808
72,444
73,074
72,663
72,307

37,533
37,062
37,444
37,587
38,140

64,972
63,543
64,133
63,637
63,250

37,626
36,989
37,691
37,834
38,115

1,904
1,829
1,812
1,959
1,864

13,741
13,362
13,005
12,244
11,739

9,366
9,543
9,789
9,840
9,623

1,052
1,049
1,060
1,058
1,060

1,283
771
776
702
849

Sept.

5
12
19
26

72,141
72,155
72,037
71,020

38,485
38,671
39,017
38,817

63,040
63,000
62,838
61,793

38,465
39,100
39,209
38,798

1,894
1,874
1,843
1,918

10,989
10,150
9,652
9,501

9,760
9,935
9,824
9,446

1,063
1,070
1,077
1,068

869
871
1,233
1,062

Oct.

3
10
17
24
31

70,980
71,376
71,854
71,349
71,652

38,690
39,082
39,362
39,929
39,592

61,770
62,122
62,555
62,023
62,307

38,577
39,229
39,896
39,862
39,726

1,975
1,928
1,886
1,991
2,137

9,406
8,793
8,520
3,036
8,098

9,729
9,860
10,186
9,882
9,945

1,065
1,082
1,087
1,094
1,114

1,018
1,230
980
1,158
1,287

Nov.

7
14
21
28

71,378
72,370
72,691
73,270

39,449
39,501
39,805
40,247

62,008
62,994
63,297
63,875

39,518
40,265
40,030
40,230

2,094
2,092
2,079
2,181

7,919
7,884
8,521
8,547

10,265
10,581
10,397
10,432

1,122
1,079
1,086
1,109

1,090
1,093
1,184
1,376

Dec.

5
12
19
26

78,523
79,226
79,048
78,225

37,452
37,381
37,974
37,556

69,146
69,846
69,666
68,805

37,726
37,990
38,160
37,662

1,984
1,893
1,969
1,981

15,958
16,761
16,149
16,100

10,871
10,812
10,833
10,666

1,115
1,116
1,137
1,145

1,492
1,274
1,418
1,251




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178

1,126
920
876
1,121
890

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES—Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65—Continued
of dollars)
Time deposits

Total

Individ­ States and
uals, part­ political
subdivi­
nerships,
sions
and corps.

Borrowings

U. S.
Govern­
ment

Other
liabilities

Interbank
Domestic

Foreign

From
F. R.
Banks

Capital
accounts

Other

Total
liabilities
and
capital
accounts

D ate

194S
7,784
7,827
7,841
7,874
7,905

7,584
7,626
7,639
7,668
7,697

112
111
112
115
117

45
45
46
46
46

32
34
33
34
34

11
11
11
11
11

97
139
164
138
169

1,674
1,730
1,732
1,733
1,740

4,602
4,616
4,611
4,622
4,636

76,829
75,972
76,331
76,291
75,501

Jan.

3
10
17
24
31

7,963
7,996
8,043
8,095

7,750
7,783
7,832
7,883

122
122
123
125

46
45
44
44

34
35
33
32

11
11
11
11

205
224
271
288

1,739
1,762
1,751
1,771

4,653
4,657
4,662
4,676

75,100
76,010
75,256
75,367

Feb.

7
14
21
28

8,150
8,178
8,230
8,250

7,936
7,956
8,011
8,028

125
125
123
125

44
44
44
44

34
42
41
42

11
11
11
11

310
203
206
215

1,783
1,786
1,787
1,786

4,682
4,676
4,687
4,688

74,755
75,352
74,624
74,094

M ar.

7
14
21
28

8,240
8,300
8,343
8,372

8,042
8,098
8,133
8,163

99
105
107
106

44
44
44
44

44
42
48
48

11
11
11
11

237
283
335
452

1,796
1,804
1,813
1,816

4,704
4,720
4,721
4,725

73,844
74,085
74,224
73,792

Apr.

4
11
18
25

8,400
8,450
8,497
8,510
8,525

8,190
8,240
8,285
8,298
8,314

108
107
110
109
109

44
44
44
44
44

47
48
47
48
47

11
11
11
11
11

531
472
429
635
797

1,815
1,858
1,860
1,871
J ,872

4,741
4,747
4,746
4,754
4,751

74,232
73,679
74,821
74,747
75,137

May

2
9
16
23
30

8,560
8,585
8,592
8,619

8,345
8,371
8,388
8,415

109
108
109
109

43
43
45
43

47
47
33
36

16
16
17
16

824
721
328
202

1,853
1,898
1,883
1,889

4,768
4,755
4,761
4,762

75,655
77,277
81,076
80,757

June

6
13
20
27

8,636
8,690
8,728
8,773

8,434
8,487
8,529
8,574

108
109
108
107

44
47
43
43

34
31
32
32

16
16
16
17

64
78
149
234

1,808
1,822
1,850
1,887

4,795
4,802
4,799
4,802

81,561
81,368
81,100
80,746

July

4
11
18
25

8,836
8,901
8,941
9,026
9,057

8,637
8,701
8,738
8,824
8,853

107
108
110
110
111

42
44
44
44
44

33
32
33
32
32

17
16
16
16
17

381
299
304
345
385

1,864
1,879
1,894
1,924
1,921

4,821
4,830
4,831
4,842
4,845

80,874
79,452
80,103
79,774
79,458

Aug.

1
8
15
22
29

9,101
9,155
9,199
9,227

8,899
8,954
8,994
9,023

no
no
113
112

43
42
43
42

32
32
32
33

17
17
17
17

362
399
272
360

1,951
1,972
2,007
1,995

4,858
4,854
4,866
4,871

79,312
79,380
79,182
78,246

Sept.

5
12
19
26

9,210
9,254
9,299
9,326
9,345

9,008
9,052
9,099
9,128
9,148

110
111
108
105
104

42
42
43
44
44

33
32
32
32
32

17
17
17
17
17

289
262
266
339
405

1,978
1,973
1,976
2,004
2,003

4,894
4,901
4,900
4,911
4,920

78,141
78,512
78,996
78,603
78,980

Oct.

3
10
17
24
31

9,370
9,376
9,394
9,395

9,173
9,181
9,199
9,194

106
104
104
no

43
43
43
43

31
31
31
31

17
17
17
17

412
515
540
663

2,026
2,038
2,052
2,085

4,936
4,938
4,944
4,949

78,752
79,861
80,227
80,967

Nov.

7
14
21
28

9,377
9,380
9,382
9,420

9,188
9,190
9,195
9,228

102
102
97
99

42
42
43
45

29
30
30
31

16
16
17
17

354
258
328
451

2,101
2,072
2,047
2,076

4,967
4,955
4,958
4,954

85,945
86,511
86,381
85.706

Dec.

5
12
19
26




.

179

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA NK S,
(In millions
Loans
Loans and
investments
Total
Date
Total

Total
adjusted

Adjusted

-

-

-

F o r purchasing o r carrying
securities

Net

Com ­
m ercial,
indus­
trial,
an d ag ricultural

To brokers and
dealers
U.S. j O ther
G ovt.
securisecuritics
ties
j

T0

Real
estate

oth crs
U.S.
Govt.
securi­
ties

O ther
securi­
ties

All
other

Loans
to
batiks

„

.

1946
Jan .

2
9
16
23
30

67,948
67,838
68,220
68,112
68,211

67,865
67,789
68,176
68,029
68,155

15,807
15,261
15,180
15,138
15,134

15,890
15,310
15,224
15,221
15,190

7,249
7,242
7,296
7,275
7,300

1,910
1,636
1,586
1,636
1,608

881
763
765
732
729

2,531
2,418
2,303
2,252
2,225

427
420
421
429
462

1,095
1,098
1,101
1,106
1,107

83
49
44
83
56

1,714
t ,684
1,708
1,708
1,703

Feb.

6
13
20
27

68,223
67,943
68,182
68,148

68,117
67,885
68,102
68,093

15,029
15,016
15,101
15,123

15,135
15,074
15,181
15,178

7,342
7,361
7,386
7,382

1,535
1,524
1,558
1,655

715
706
701
690

2,184
2,153
2,128
2,082

429
431
465
438

1,110
1,118
1,125
1,129

106
58
80
55

1,714
1,723
1,738
1,747

M ar.

6
13
20
27

67,689
67,749
66,298
65,975

67,628
67,694
66,238
65,907

14,975
15,166
15,351
15,622

15,036
15,221
15,411
15,690

7,458
7,486
7,491
7,464

1,480
1,655
1,824
2,066

674
690
721
757

2,031
2,006
1,959
1,948

440
430
428
426

1,130
1,136
1,140
1,152

61
55
60
68

1,762
1,763
1,788
1,809

Apr.

3
10
17
24

65,247
65,338
65,515
65,340

65,161
65,278
65,434
65,263

15,186
15,164
14,944
14,915

15,272
15,224
15,025
14,992

7,506
7,560
7,509
7,468

1,575
1,586
1,414
1,388

779
719
720
757

1,917
1,875
1,854
1,830

417
422
425
427

1,157
1,163
1,170
1,185

86
60
SI
77

1,835
1,839
1,852
1,860

M ay

1
8
15
22
29

64,433
64,067
64,071
64,160
63,887

64,342
63,967
64,006
64,069
63,813

14,962
14,811
14,750
14,721
14,830

15,053
14,911
14,815
14,812
14,904

7,473
7,456
7,461
7,467
7,482

1,400
1,349
1,342
1,294
1,370

804
754
715
718
797

1,780
1,747
1,702
1,671
1,663

444
435
442
457
450

1,195
1,206
1,214
1,221
1,228

91
100
65
91
74

1,866
1,864
1,874
1,893
1,840

June

5
12
19
26

63,331
62,864
62,505
61,748

63,251
62,748
62,413
61,658

14,662
14,670
14,711
14,827

14,742
14,786
14,803
14,917

7,469
7,507
7,520
7,529

1,279
1,242
1,264
1,400

744
733
728
7.9

1,629
1,610
1,588
1,559

448
448
453
454

1,239
1,251
1,264
1,277

80
116
92
90

1,854
1,879
1,894
1,889

July

3
10
17
24
31

61,049
60,615
60,869
60,547
60,662

60,895
60,504
60,749
60,426
60,473

14,734
14,913
14,641
14,682
14,723

14,888
15,024
14,761
14,803
14,912

7,611
7,717
7,810
7,974
8,018

1,199
1,315
1,031
832
932

754
744
703
785
672

1,511
1,472
1,431
1,393
1,355

455
463
452
457
482

1,284
1,296
1,306
1,313
1,332

154
111
120
121
189

1,920
t , 906
1,908
1,928
1,932

Aug.

7
14
21
28

59,786
59,910
60,030
59,983

59,653
59,733
59,856
59,811

14,744
14,815
14,847
14,906

14,877
14,992
15,021
15,078

8,136
8,295
8,416
8,496

861
840
783
807

667
616
586
564

1,328
1,300
1,269
1,252

452
452
467
444

1,338
1,349
1,356
1,367

133
177
174
172

1,962
1,963
1,970
1,976

Sept.

4
11
18
25

59,096
59,212
59,408
59,074

58,943
59,101
59,312
58,942

15,024
15,075
15,270
15,411

15,177
15,186
15,366
15,543

8,607
8,765
8,925
9,070

834
794
851
899

552
534
543
497

1,217
1,138
1,078
1,067

436
428
425
421

1,377
1,386
1,405
1,412

153
111
96
132

2,001
2,030
2,043
2,045

Oct.

2
9
16
23
30

58,108
58,170
58,317
58,768
58,554

57,981
58,043
58,205
58,645
58,366

15,350
15,365
15,519
15,609
15,905

15,477
15,492
15,63!
15,732
16,093

9,164
9,381
9,547
9,622
9,759

786
637
638
658
800

467
436
428
412
408

1,037
994
973
940
920

418
407
410
413
423

1,424
1,435
1,445
1,458
1,473

127
127
112
123
188

2,054
2,075
2,078
2,106
2,122

Nov.

6
13
20
27

57,609
57,548
57,736
57,791

57,378
57,337
57,638
57,645

16,025
16,310
16,377
16,402

16,256
16,521
16,475
16,548

9,846
10,029
10,156
10,143

835
923
881
913

420
415
387
412

900
908
840
814

409
405
453
419

1,479
1,493
1,503
1,513

231
211
98
146

2,136
2,137
2,157
2,188

Dcc.

4
11
18
25
31

57,583
57,641
56,865
56,173
56,153

57,435
57,453
56,642
55,990
56,086

16,458
16,515
16,671
16,737
16,627

16,606
16,703
16,894
16,920
16,694

10,171
10,287
10,351
10,334
10,251

925
875
753
866
947

422
398
603
579
428

794
767
723
700
682

415
428
430
427
434

1,520
1,531
1,541
1,553
1,563

148
188
223
183
67

2,211
2,229
2,270
2,278
2,322




180

•

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEKLY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Balances with—

Investments
U S. Governn nent securit ies

Notes
and
bonds

Other
securities

Cash
items
in
process
o f col­
lection

C ur­
rency
and
coin

Reserves
with
F.R .
Banks

D o­
mestic
banks

Foreign
banks

Other
assets

Total
assets

D ate

Total

Bills

C ertif­
icates

48,674
49,133
49,629
49,531
49,656

1,761
1,958
2,030
1,754
1,742

12,130
12,371
12,593
12,716
12,778

34,783
34,804
35,006
35,061
35,136

3,384
3,395
3,367
3,360
3,365

4,188
3,192
3,705
3,266
3,103

610
613
583
568
585

10,217
10,175
10,375
10,236
10,088

2,595
2,448
2,526
2,352
2,238

19
20
19
20
20

1,335
1,340
1,348
1,368
1,377

86,912
85,626
86,776
85,922
85,622

Jan.

2
9
16
23
30

4 9 ,7 i6
49,485
49,586
49,518

1,703
1,526
1,514
1,517

12,868
12,788
12,894
12,860

35,145
35,171
35,178
35,141

3,372
3,384
3,415
3,452

3,240
3,885
3,377
3,383

545
604
573
597

10,133
10,110
10,004
9,992

2 ,2 31

2,309
2,275
2,268

20
21
20
19

1,397
1,464
1,416
1,444

85,789
86,336
85,847
85,851

Feb.

6
13
20
27

49,222
49,088
47,458
46,818

1,415
1,268
1,008
785

12,669
12,686
12,272
11,944

35,138
35,134
34,178
34,089

3,431
3,440
3,429
3,467

3,109
3,708
3,348
3,319

551
593
562
569

9,911
10,051
9,8869,871

2,243
2,237
2,110
2,071

23
23
24
26

1,438
1,444
1,328
1,338

84,964
85,805
83,556
83,169

M ar.

6
13
20
27

46,538
46,689
47,050
46,935

1,039
1,243
1,376
1,262

11,345
11,252
11,346
11,344

34,154
34,194
34,328
34,329

3,437
3,425
3,440
3,413

3,458
3,286
3,772
3,366

536
580
564
591

9,807
9,816
9,868
9,958

2,116
2,157
2,226
2,141

22
24
23
24

1,340
1,343
1,369
1,368

82,526
82,544
83,337
82,788

Apr.

3
10
17
24

45,993
45,777
45,871
45,965
45,593

1,052
984
1,220
1,262
1,014

10,608
10,461
10,333
10,417
10,359

34,333
34,332
34,318
34,286
34,220

3,387
3,379
3,385
3,383
3,390

3,820
3,092
3,942
3,405
3,525

541
569
558
574
568

10,152
10,123
10,045
9,978
10,118

2,154
2,128
2,254
2,118
2,119

22
26
25
24
24

1,419
1,420
1,431
1,422
1,440

82,541
81,425
82,326
81,681
81,681

May

1
8
15
22
29

45,222
44,716
44,324
43,437

1,205
824
1,268
758

9,827
9,680
9,705
9,380

34,190
34,212
33,351
33,299

3,367
3,362
3,378
3,394

3,504
3,967
3,888
3,491

580
612
587
600

10,195
10,219
10,208
10,244

2,118
2,195
2,148
2,096

27
27
25
26

1,470
1,493
1,366
1,371

81,225
81,377
80,727
79,576

June

5
12
19
26

42,744
42,185
42,643
42,266
42,269

1,026
709
1,121
780
773

9,905
9,687
9,572
9,557
9,605

31,813
31,789
31,950
31,929
31,891

3,417
3,406
3,465
3,478
3,481

3,915
3,647
3,991
3,566
3,640

545
619
594
590
580

10,111
10,141
10,177
10,145
10,221

2,164
2,143
2,241
2,132
2,175

30
31
38
51
51

1,387
1,368
1,422
1,413
1,455

79,201
78,564
79,332
78,444
78,784

July

3
10
17
24
31

41,454
41,460
41,571
41,463

667
760
862
758

8,908
8,832
8,797
8,762

31,879
31,868
31,912
31,943

3,455
3,458
3,438
3,442

3,181
3,966
3,506
3,300

580
608
581
617

10,280
10,194
10,162
10,087

2,102
2,230
2,134
2,107

50
49
49
48

1,434
1,456
1,461
1,477

77,413
78,413
77,923
77,619

Aug.

7
14
21
28

40,492
40,595
40,525
39,990

581
810
805
576

8,011
7,847
7,726
7,441

31,900
31,938
31,994
31,973

3,427
3,431
3,517
3,541

3,415
3,909
3,948
3,519

589
656
617
613

10,201
10,201
10,342
10,169

2,028
2,111
2,213
2,083

49
47
47
46

1,460
1,494
1,356
1,345

76,838
77,630
77,931
76,849

Sept.

4
11
18
25

39,088
39,187
39,230
39,619
39,044

679
734
857
1,233
660

6,547
6,621
6 ,6 (8
6,701
6,729

31,862
31,832
31,755
31,685
31,655

3,543
3,491
3,456
3,417
3,417

3,820
3,359
4,554
3,625
3,636

576
617
591
623
637

10,242
10,146
10,202
9,961
10,161

2,113
2,092
2,241
2,128
2,121

56
55
53
51
52

1,352
1,366
1,374
1,371
J , 390

76,267
75,805
77,332
76,527
76,551

Oct.

2
9
16
23
30

37,967
37,626
37,881
37,859

444
490
779
741

5,918
5,710
5,640
5,641

31,605
31,426
31,462
31,477

3,386
3,401
3,380
3,384

3,989
4,656
4,090
3,943

636
678
641
633

10,127
10,278
10,215
10,215

2,087
2,205
2,129
2,108

48
48
49
49

1,389
1,384
1,394
1,404

75,885
76,797
76,254
76,143

Nov.

6
13
20
27

37,623
37,572
36,559
35,837
36,029

671
596
1,010
567
886

5,532
5,497
5,382
5,254
5,202

31,420
31,479
30,167
30,016
29,941

3,354
3,366
3,412
3,416
3,430

3,644
4,212
4,586
3,875
4,734

643
710
710
663
639

10,320
10,457
10,469
10,489
10,111

2,122
2,184
2,226
2,120
2,234

47
47
50
47
50

1,420
1,449
1,324
1,343
1,340

75,779
76,700
76,230
74,710
75,261

Dcc.

4
11
18
25
31

1946




181

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS ANI)
A . M EM BER BA NK S,
(In. millions

Total
demand
and
time
deposits

Date

Demand deposits
Total
Adjusted

Unadjusted

Individuals, 1 States and '
U.S.
1
partnerships, I political i G overnment I
and corps,
subdivisions j
\

Interbank
Domestic

T

Certified
and
officers*
checks

Foreign

- '

1946
2
9
16
23
30

79,636
78,395
79,539
78,659
78.288

37,066
37,384
37,728
38,037
38,026

70,141
68,843
69,971
69,061
68,674

37,674
37,491
38,257
38,084 i
37,933

1,949
1,934
1,956
2,024
2,123

16,660
16,100
16,165
16,032
16,227

11,061
10,986
11,213
10,562
10,131 j

1,166
1,181
1,160
1,164
1,187

'
J
'
!

1,631
1,151
1,220
1,195
1,073

Feb.

6
13
20
27

78,386
78,870
78,426
78,439

37,821
37,542
37,687
37,610

68,738
69,198
68,718
68,697

37,650
38,170
37,727
37,741

2,138
2,140
2,141
2,160

16,291
16,348
16,387
16,481

10,180 i
10,212
10,065
10,026

1,206
1,211
1,202
1,197

1
J
1
j

1,273
M 17
1,196
1,092

M ar.

6
13
20
27

77.417
77,963
75,947
75,359

37,387
37,606
37,435
37,116

67,646
68,179
66,158
65,556

37,286
37,950
37,426
36,990

2,142
2,159
2,165
2,243

15,843
15,637
14,459
14,536

10,099 |
10,008
9,690 1
9,352 |

1,208 1
1,220
1,226
1,233 i

1,068
1,205
1,192
1,202

Apr.

3
10
17
24

74,723
75,093
75,895
75,303

36,553
37,259
37,748
38,089

64.895
65,244
66,029
65,403

36,320 I
37,126 1
37,912 i
37,959

2,281
2,288
2,308
2,308

14,008
13,923
13,637
13,334

9,629
9,531
9,634
9,378

J
!
1
|

1,247
1,245
1,238
1,236

1,410
1,131
1,300
1,188

May

1
8
15
22
29

75,119
73.981
74,977
74.289
74,286

38,242
38,251
38,348
38,727
38,945

65,186
64,010
64,980
64,273
64,204

38,041
37,770
38,690
38,581
38,669

'
,
I

2,456
2,398
2,381
2,345
2,433

12,363
11,990
11,922
11,666
11,377

1,256
1,255
1,228
1,228
1,236

1,565
1,175
1,219
1,206
1,364

June

5
12
19
26

73,743
73,850
73,168
72.085

39,471
39,505
39,869
39,522

63,628
63,720
63,025
61,912

39,190 '
39,738 I
40,034
39,295

2,436
2,372
2,370
2,436

10,071
9,654
8,644
8,660

9,505 i
9,422
9,540 1
9,247 I
9,125
i
9,352 j
9,355
9,363 i
8,997

1,230
1,239
1,261
1,242

1,349
1,362
1,353
1,282

July

3
10
17
24
31

71,650
71.012
71,799
70,921
71,162

39,241
39.134
39,247
39,427
39,362

61,463
60,799
61,571
60,679
60.895

39,374
39,250
39,757
39,505 I
39,508 j

2,318
2,256
2,212
2,239
2,274

7,665
7,413
7,449
7,161
7,299

9,403
9,371
9,639
9,287
9,347 j

1,239
1,234
1,245
1,238
1,247

1,464
1,275
1,269
1,249
1,220

Aug.

7
14
21
28

69,780
70,773
70,255
69,994

39,069
39,078
39,170
39,303

59,477
60.456
59,925
59,666

38,867
39,593
39,322
39,273

2,232
2,209
2,206
2,245

6,586
6,622
6,664
6,556

9,409 j
9,537 !
9,314 j
9,214 J

1,232
1,253
1,271
1,293

1,151
1,242
1,148
1,085

Sept.

4
11
18
25

69,107
69.981
70,313
69,176

39,437
39,619
39,767
39,492

58,778
59,641
59,967
58,797

39,415
40,088
40,279
39,603

2,264
2,209
2,236
2,232

5,354
5,408
5,442
5,482

9,285 1
9,395
9,499
9,010 I

1,287
1,310
1,311
1,294

1,173
1,231
1,200
1,176

9
16
23
30

68,671
68.085
69,648
68,872
68,841

39,237
39,277
39,267
39,690
39,653

58,277
57,673
59,230
58.456
58,427

39,418
39,314
40,522
40,029
39,851

2,370
2,229
2,198
2,185
2,308

4,680
4,559
4,588
4,639
4,640

9,258
9,206 i
9,552
9,216 1
9,207

1,282
1,272
1,269
1,286
1,291

1,269
1,093
1,101
1,101
1,130

Nov.

6
13
20
27

68.012
68,920
68,507
68.418

39,530
39,501
39,840
40.135

57,580
58,488
58,049
57,988

40,032
40,661
40,460
40,638

2,309
2,298
2,244
2,270

3,401
3,425
3,459
3,524

9,350 |
9,614
9,391 1
9,121

1,310
1,292
1,269
1,265

1,178
1,198
1,226
1,170

Dec.

4
11
18
25
31

68,045
68,913
68,373
66,897
67,713

39,999
40,322
41,010
40,536
39,981

57,606
58,474
57,930
56,436
57,177

40,178
40,957
41,840
40,977
40,922

2,248
2,243
2,275
2,238
2,269

3,311
3,375
1,484
1,554
1,795

9,406
9,337
9,582
9,219
9,415 |
i

1,246
1,228
1,268
1,252
1,252

1,217
1,334
1,481
1,196
1,524

Jan.

Oct.




|

182

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES—Continued
W EEKLY, 1941-fiS— Continued
of dollars)
Time deposits

Total

Individ* States and
uals, part­ political
nerships,
subdivi­
and corps.
sions

Borrowings

U .S .
G overn­
ment

Interbank
Domestic

From
F. R.
Banks

Foreign

O ther

Other
liabilities

Capital
accounts

Total
liabilities
and
capital
accounts

D ate

1946
9,495
9,552
9,568
9,598
9,614

9,304
9,360
9,376
9,402
9,416

99
101
101
105
106

44
44
44
43
44

31
30
30
31
31

17
17
17
17
17

232
161
162
187
259

2,051
2,074
2,080
2,079
2,080

4,993
4,996
4,995
4,997
4,995

86,912
85,626
86,776
85,922
85,622

Jan.

2
9
16
23
30

9,648
9,672
9,708
9,742

9,442
9,464
9,496
9,526

115
117
120
123

44
44
46
46

29
29
29
30

18
18
17
17

290
350
297
275

2,088
2,087
2.088
2,102

5,025
5,029
5,036
5,035

85,789
86,336
85,847
85,851

Feb.

6
13
20
27

9,771
9,784
9,789
9,803

9,554
9,563
9,569
9,577

123
126
126
127

46
47
47
47

30
30
29
29

18
18
18
23

361
626
429
614

2,131
2,160
2,119
2,131

5,055
5,056
5,061
5,065

84,964
85,805
83,556
83,169

M ar.

6
13
20
27

9,828
9,849
9,866
9,900

9,597
9,622
9,638
9,670

131
128
130
130

48
47
47
49

30
30
30
29

22
22
21
22

628
268
261
282

2,091
2,090
2,088
2,100

5,084
5,093
5,093
5,103

82,526
82,544
83,337
82,788

Apr.

3
10
17
24

9,933
9,971
9,997
10,016
10,082

9,704
9,740
9,765
9,785
9,851

129
131
130
129
128

48
48
49
50
51

28
28
29
28
28

24
24
24
24
24

198
181
77
122
118

2,105
2,137
2,148
2,142
2,156

5,119
5,126
5,124
5,128
5,121

82,541
81,425
82,326
81,681
81,681

May

1
8
15
22
29

10,115
10,130
10,143
10,173

9,882
9,901
9,915
9,943

129
125
121
120

51
52
54
56

29
27
27
28

24
25
26
26

173
176
184
126

2,164
2,209
2,238
2,230

5,145
5,142
5,137
5,135

81,225
81,377
80,727
79,576

June

5
12
19
26

10,187
10,213
10,228
10,242
10,267

9,958
9,969
9,980
9,994
10,020

121
134
139
139
139

54
55
55
55
55

27
28
27
27
27

27
27
27
27
26

233
204
172
168
253

2,156
2,181
2,199
2,185
2,189

5,162
5,167
5,162
5,170
5,180

79,201
78,564
79,332
78,444
78,784

July

3
10
17
24
31

10,303
10,317
10,330
10,328

10,051
10,064
10,075
10,075

141
143
145
145

56
56
58
60

28
27
27
28

27
27
25
20

232
237
230
183

2,211
2,209
2,245
2,245

5,190
5,194
5,193
5,197

77,413
78,413
77,923
77,619

Aug.

7
14
21
28

10,329
10,340
10,346
10,379

10,075
10,084
10,092
10,120

147
149
150
152

59
59
56
58

28
28
28
27

20
20
20
22

288
162
162
215

2,232
2,278
2,238
2,250

5,211
5,209
5,218
5,208

76,838
77,630
77,931
76,849

Sept.

4
11
18
25

10,394
10,412
10,418
10,416
10,414

10,133
10,156
10,161
10,162
10,159

153
148
149
146
145

58
59
58
59
60

28
27
28
27
28

22
22
22
22
22

145
209
179
149
194

2,225
2,277
2,278
2,272
2,286

5,226
5,234
5,227
5,234
5,230

76,267
75,805
77,332
76,527
76,551

Oct.

2
9
16
23
30

10,432
10,432
10,458
10,430

10,180
10,178
10,185
10,158

144
145
163
162

60
59
60
60

26
27
27
27

22
23
23
23

334
329
194
156

2,283
2,299
2,302
2,320

5,256
5,249
5,251
5,249

75,885
76,797
76,254
76,143

Nov.

6
13
20
27

10,439
10,439
10,443
10,461
10,536

10,169
10,169
10,171
10,192
10,256

162
161
164
161
165

60
61
60
61
69

27
27
27
27
27

21
21
21
20
19

181
219
299
283
6

2,296
2,320
2,305
2,286
2,287

5,257
5,248
5,253
5,243
5,255

75,779
76,700
76,230
74,710
75,261

Dec.

4
11
18
25
31




'

183




BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA N K S,

(In millions
Loans and
investments

Total

.

Ad­
justed

__

....

r o r purchasing or carrying
securities

Total

Total
ad ­
justed

Loans
_______ ___ ----- ------ „ ____ =______

Net

Com ­
mercial,
indus­
trial,
and ag­
ricul­
tural

i
To brokers and
dealers
, ____
Other
U.S.
securi­
G ovt.
ties
securi­
ties
_ _ _
_

___

To
others
_
.__ __

Real
estate

O ther
U.S.
G ovt. 1 securi­
securi­
ties
ties

M em o:
val­
uation
reserves

Loans 1 Alt
to
,| other
banks
j

,
i

8
15
22
29

63,986
64,442
64,430
64,167

63,872
64,331
64,300
63,952

19,049
19,107
19,134
19,351

19,163
19,218
19,264
19,566

11,315
11,437
11,542
11,599

813
727
671
818

440
426
418
417

695
6S1
655
625

509
513
506
514

2,507
2,529
2,550
2,563

114 1 2,770
2,794
111
130
2,792
215
2,815

5
12
26

63,880
63,549
63,372
63,309

63,694
63,448
63,246
63,139

19,209
19,479
19,512
19,589

19,395
19,580
19,638
19,759

11,673
11,780
11,757
11,820

595
728
739
789

411
401
453
402

626
520
616
616

506
509
508
496

2,578
2,594
2,613
2,631

186
101 |
126
170 i

2,820
2,847
2,826
2,835

5
12
19
26

63,687
63,875
63,873
63,461

63,536
63,728
63,753
63,281

19,376
19,567
19,566
19,671

19,527
19,714
19,686
19,851

11,910
12,119
12,208
12,192

447
423
343
394

432
430
393
432

592
574
564
561

498
496
496
496

2,657
2,673
2,698
2,721

151
147
120
180

2,840
2,852
2,864
2,875

2
9
16
23
30

62,979
63,111
63,474
63,420
63,438

62,800
62,931
63,363
63,300
63,254

19,841
19.792
19j 697
19,537
19,680

20,020
19,972
19,808
19,657
19,864

12,271
12,269
12,172
12,057
12,043

433
438
411
333
414

441
402
402
406
419

566
654
542
543
542

497
490
492
492
509

2,739
2,767
2,783
2,806
2,831

179
180
III
120
184

2,894
2,880
2,895
2,900
2,922

7
14
21
28

63,247
63,137
63,053
63,239

62,990
62,977
62,937
63,048

19,666
19,754
19,701
19,824

19,923
19,914
19,817
20,015

11,953
11,960
11,857
11,792

446
544
597
773

484
438
399
396

538
532
524
527

486
483
498
482

2,845
2,868
2,895
2,897

257
160
116
191

2,914
2,929
2,931
2,957

4
11
18
25

62,909
62,970
63,406
63,285

62,672
62,861
63,276
63,134

20,048
19,971
19,942
20,079

20,285
20,080
20,072
20,230

11,752
11,763
11,754
11,757

829
760
713
784

576
507
526
514

528
525
503
498

477
485
485
480

2,904
2,930
2,949
2,967

237
109
103
151

2,982 .......
3,001
3.012
3,079 lL

rt

9
16
23
30

63,371
63,227
63,416
63,513
63,479

63,213
63,096
63,294
63,360
63,244

20,119
19,911
20,019
20,041
20,273

20,277
20,042
20,141
20,194
20,508

11,875
11,857
11,914
11,949
12,033

742
605
501
519
573

524
457
585
530
522

515
511
513
509
522

472
467
464
463
502

2,993
3,017
3,038
3,065
3,091

158
131
122
153
235

3,121
3,120
3,127
3,129
3,153 ,

123
123
123
123
123

6
13
20
27

63,629
63,513
63,646
63,730

63,360
63,272
63,395
63,524

20,393
20,456
20,641
20,894

20,662
20,697
20,892
21,100

12,158
12,304
12,367
12,472

616
531
604
735'

499
468
465
451

509
509
496
502

472
468
483
475

3,110
3,126
3,149
3,168

269
241
251
206

3,152 i
3,173 ,
3,200 !
3,214

123
123
123
123

3
10
17
24

63,799
64,292
64,714
(>4,566

63,584
64,081
64,520
64,291

20,997
21,108
21,189
21,294

21,212
21,319
21,383
21,569

12,584
12,783
12,924
13,002

714
605
475
498

452
442
449
435

502
504
499
497

474
477
477
477

3,183
3,201
3,220
3,238

215
211
194
275

3,211 1
3,219 ,
3,268
3,271 |

123
123
123
124

1
8
15
22
29

04,796
64,719
64,620
65,029
65,034

64,550
64,434
64,392
64,875
64,847

21,810
21,783
22,030
21,994
22,385

22,056
22,068
22,258
22,148
22,572

13,183
13,269
13,499
13,662
13,885

667
554
498
344
406

567
536
568
493
564

497
499
495
491
480

479
487
489
487
497

3,256
3,270
3,291
3,307
3,328

246
285
228
154
187

124
124
124
124

12
19
26

5

64,910
64,937
64,924
65,042

64,664
64,755
64,744
64,807

22,448
22,698
22,694
22,864

22,694
22,880
22,874
23,099

14,039
14,220
14,282
14,346

399
444
• 374
458

462
463
432
472

474
458
439
433

487
487
516
488

3,343
3,359
3,379
3,392

246
182
180
235

3,285
3,292 ,
3,314
3,334 1
3,350
j
3,369
3,392 !
3,397 1
3,402

3
10
17
24
31

65,027
65,140
65,385
65,305
64,815

64,797
64,849
65,208
65,112
64,709

22,999
23,052
23,341
23,529
23,222

23,229
23,343
23,518
23,722
23,328

, 14,437 i
1 14,540
| 14,698
! 14,798
1 14,730

443
421
646
634
492

434
418
403
404
376

512
510
491
491
515

3,400
3,425
3,441
3,458
3,472

230
291
177
193
106

19

476
428
331
407 ,
292

184

!
I
!
1

'
.
.

...” .
,.

.
" *

3,424
3,437
3,458
3,464 ,
34,92
1

.

125
125
125
125
127
127
127
127
127
147
^^

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Balances w ith—

Investments
V S. G overni n en t securi ties

To Ull

Bills

Certif­
icates

Notes
and
bonds

O ther
securities

C ash
items
in
process
o f col­
lection

C u r­
rency
and
coin

Reserves
with
F.R .
Banks

D o­
mestic
banks

Foreign
banks

O ther
assets

Total
assets

Date

1947
40
41
41
40

870
271
215
642

754
1,133
917
438

6,307
6,300
6,449
6,345

33,809
33,838
33,849
33,859

3,953
3,953
3,951
3,959

4,043
5,018
4,518
4,110

788
756
747
765

11,944
11,885
11,835
11,690

2,351
2,570
2,412
2,255

52
50
51
53

953
970
980
1,008

84,117
85,691
84,973
84,048

Jan.

8
15
22
29

40
40
39
39

539
023
802
619

566
341
441
424

6,076
5,765
5,507
5,382

33,897
33,917
33,854
33,813

3,946
3,946
3,932
3,931

3,776
4,292
4,518
4,411

694
730
733
740

11,684
11,601
11,411
11,460

2,213
2,230
2,290
2,253

49
47
47
47

1,017
1,022
1,032
1,044

83,313
83,471
83,403
83,264

Feb.

5
12
19
26

40
40
40
39

159
138
141
480

1,019
872
1,311
793

5,318
5,437
5,641
5,503

33,822
33,829
33,189
33,184

4,001
4,023
4,046
4,130

4,170
4,612
4,431
4,026

702
771
751
749

11,440
11,434
11,492
11,362

2,334
2,462
2,425
2,208

43
45
47
49

1,067
1,068
931
953

83,443
84,267
83,950
82,808

Mar.

5
12
19
26

38
39
39
39
39

850
034
556
650
465

692
819
1,181
1,003
753

5,036
5,066
5,15!
5,304
5,402

33,122
33,149
33,224
33,343
33,310

4,109
4,105
4,110
4,113
4,109

4,252
4,002
4,881
4,004
4,390

706
770
725
749
727

11,167
11 545
11,563
1!,489
11,512

2,285
2,310
2,453
2,259
2,321

50
43
40
43
41

967
965
966
988
1,038

82,406
82,746
84,102
82,952
83,467

Apr.

2
9
16
23
30

39
39
39
39

273
197
226
220

607
579
697
827

5,367
5,275
5,211
5,135

33,299
33,343
33,318
33,258

4,051
4,026
4,010
4,004

3,966
4,872
4,178
4,202

740
778
746
788

11,531
11 574
11,623
11 394

2,256
2,403
2,285
2,219

44
39
43
50

1,042
1,042
1,017
1,031

82,826
83,845
82,945
82,923

M ay

7
14
21
28

38
38
39
38

536
817
246
943

471
819
1,151
832

4,776
4,692
4,799
4,782

33,289
33,306
33,296
33,329

4,088
4,073
4,088
4,112

4,194
4,558
4,702
4,321

736
784
767
771

11 598
11 629
11,768
11,728

2,225
2,290
2,418
2,228

53
36
41
42

1,051
1,045
911
912

82,766
83,312
84,013
83,287

June

4
11
18
25

38
39
39
39
38

990
099
145
154
739

989
1,100
1,072
951
638

4,648
4,570
4,551
4,672
4,535

33,353
33,429
33,522
33,531
33,566

4,104
4,086
4,130
4,165
4,232

4,826
4,278
4,972
4,144
4,237

730
783
756
763
777

11,627
11,755
11,853
11 808
11,915

2,325
2,305
2,408
2,268
2,234

34
30
30
32
32

928
936
960
962
990

83,841
83,314
84,395
83,490
83,664

July

2
9
16
23
30

38
38
38
38

735
588
527
395

726
649
608
611

4,384
4,325 '
4,305
4,162

33,625
33,614
33,614
33,622

4,232
4,228
4,227
4,235

3,864
4,590
4,344
4,148

721
774
735
783

11,921
11,924
11,945
12,020

2,255
2,363
2,298
2,264

32
30
24
25

1,009
1,027
1,035
1,041

83,431
84,221
84,027
84,011

Aug.

6
13
20
27

38
38
39
38

354
699
022
680

582
812
1,077
694

4,138
4,095
4,146
4,154

33,634
33,792
33,799
33,832

4,233
4,274
4,309
4,317

4,483
4,668
5,022
4,357

784
854
791
808

12,176
12,266
12,348
12,236

2.257
2,394
2,512
2,318

23
28
25
24

1,083
1,105
958
952

84,605
85,607
86,370
85,261

Sept.

3
10
17
24

38
38
38
38
38

400
373
103
632
192

519
545
629
938
769

4,025
3,993
3,997
4,125
4,032

33,856
33,835
33,477
33,569
33,391

4,340
4,278
4,259
4,249
4,270

5,035
4,394
6,489
4,827
4,743

743
790
800
800
816

12,383
12,477
12,571
12,421
12,309

2,370
2,439
2,672
2,429
2,352

25
24
24
24
23

987
991
999
1,011
1,018

86,339
85,834
88,175
86,541
86,295

Oct.

1
8
15
22
29

37
37
37
37

982
834
829
724

717
807
1,041
1,021

3,924
3,763
3,765
3,793

33,341
33,264
33,023
32,910

4,234
4,223
4,221
4,219

4,892
5,993
5,285
5,264

774
872
817
800

12,429
12,180
12,417
12,458

2,402
2,483
2,461
2,326

24
23
22
25

1,045
1,059
1,065
1,079

86,476
87,547
86,991
86,994

Nov.

5
12
19
26

37
37
37
37
37

560
564
653
366
227

948
1,110
1,367
1,299
1,530

3,291
3,272
3,289
3,263
3,338

33,321
33,182
32,997
32,804
32,359

4,238
4,233
4,214
4,217
4,260

5,078
4,906
5,991
5,212
6,331

818
882
896
815
826

12,413
12,489
12,857
12,700
13,138

2,334
2,363
2,533
2,387
2,694

25
24
26
21
25

1,111
1,123
995
983
1,006

86,806
86,927
88,683
87,423
88,835

Dec.

3
10
17
24
31




18 5

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA NK S,
(In millions
Dem and deposits
Total
demand
and
time
deposits

Date

Individuals,
partnerships,
and corps.

Total
Adjusted

States ond
political
subdivisions

U.S.
Government

Inter sank
Domestic

Unadjusted

Foreign

Certified
and
officers’
checks

'
1947
Jan.

8
15
22
29

77,516
79,145
78,374
77,282

46,564
46,830
46,787
46,552

63,352
65,005
64,228
63,135

46,362
47,425
46,763
46,106

2,800
2,861
2,863
2,948

1,516
1,586
1,674
1,819

9,891
10,233
9,892
9,310

1,338
1,338
1,357
1,344

1,445
1,562
1,679
1,608

Feb.

5
12
19
26

76,581
76,703
76,687
76,442

45,975
45,586
45,212
45,124

62,404
62,507
62,449
62,163

45,430
45,500
45,381
45,199

2,948
2,978
2,888
2,937

1,965
2,026
2,045
2,135

9,343
9,264
9,313
9,154

1,345
1,339
1,361
1,339

1,373
1,400
1,461
1,399

M ar.

5
12
19
26

76,739
77,579
77,261
76,018

45,002
45,234
45,499
45,288

62,366
63,222
62,924
61,689

44,797
45,625
45,596
44,951

2,951
2,885
2,939
3,069

2,277
2,357
2,020
2,092

9,581
9,661
9,625
8,943

1,336
1,358
1,349
1,340

1,424
1,336
1,395
1,294

Apr.

2
9
16
23
30

75,490
75,990
77,465
76,284
76,716

44,482
45,011
45,537
45,960
46,150

61,139
61,596
63,090
61,884
62,319

44,210
44,683
46,000
45,485
45,798

3,075
3,029
3,022
3,111
3,350

1,817
1,870
1,890
1,625
1,476

9,227
9,369
9,428
8,933
8,944

1,361
1,344
1,354
1,362
1,359

1,449
1,301
1,396
1,368
1,392

May

7
14
21
28

76,017
77,100
76,248
76,172

45,731
45,760
46,061
46,314

61,591
62,665
61,788
61,712

44,990
46,012
45,700
45,807

3,240
3,222
3,261
3,268

1,372
1,438
1,333
1,119

9,114
9,200
8,846
8,736

1,408
1,395
1,370
1,341

1,467
1,398
1,278
1,441

June

4
11
18
25

75,894
76,505
77,228
76,488

46,627
46,779
47,035
46,989

61,429
62,030
62,745
61,997

46,008
46,596
47,103
46,521

3,365
3,237
3,231
3,285

350
434
472
544

8,910
8,940
9,209
8,768

1,348
1,319
1,327
1,375

1,448
1,504
1,403
1,504

July

2
9
16
23
30

77,089
76,537
77,665
76,729
76,820

46,626
46,525
46,963
47,187
47,145

62,580
62,030
63,156
62,218
62,306

46,443
46,351
47,459
46,899
46,816

3,191
3,061
3,040
3,079
3,109

596
656
491
539
648

9,182
9,228
9,376
9,009
8,968

1,350
1,343
1,354
1,339
1,308

1,818
1,391
1,436
1,353
1,457

Aug.

6
13
20
27

76,543
77,277
77,144
77,192

46,809
46,574
46,780
47,105

62,022
62,756
62,602
62,658

46,219
46,879
46,683
46,747

3,128
3,051
3,043
3,162

748
791
825
868

9,271
9,441
9,261
9,123

1,330
1,360
1,392
1,414

1,326
1,234
1,398
1,344

Sept.

3
10
17
24

77,730
78,719
79,485
78,280

46,954
47,350
47,498
47,303

63,175
64,127
64,891
63,676

46,884
47,514
48,174
47,266

3,124
3,069
2,996
3,036

940
950
889
945

9,364
9,728
10,047
9,647

1,434
1,431
1,435
1,424

1,429
1,435
1,350
1,358

Oct.

1
8
15
22
29

79,391
78,880
81,224
79,713
79,184

47,056
46,767
46,927
47,467
47,771

64,792
64,264
66,602
65,095
64,561

47,330
46,838
48,892
47,974
47,988

3,076
2,925
2,954
2,908
3,027

1,561
1,652
1,344
1,372
969

9,728
10,034
10,437
10,029
9,664

1,412
1,417
1,405
1,400
1,414

1,685
1,398
1,570
1,412
1,499

Nov.

5
12
19
26

79,445
80,362
80,005
79,737

47,452
47,275
47,622
47,982

64,835
65,749
65,410
65,198

47,766
48,696
48,449
48,460

3,129
3,060
3,028
3,141

1,095
1,105
1,036
1,048

10,005
10,002
10,090
9,526

1,391
1,374
1,377
1,378

1,449
1,512
1,430
1,645

Dcc.

3
10
17
24
31

79,663
79,757
81,704
80,321
82,061

48,247
48,570
4 9 ,1 6 0

65,146
65,240
67,190
65,781
67,413

48,379
48,966
50,216
49,446
49,809

3,146
3,106
3,122
3,119
3,246

741
717
461
544
793

9,702
9,673
10,190
9,792
10,251

1,378
1,374
2,388
1,357
1,353

1,800
1,404
1,813
1,523
1,961




48,876
48,685

186

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEKLY, 1941-65— Continued
o f dollars)
Time deposits
U . S.
Govern­
ment

Borrowings
Interbank

Other
liabilities

Capital
accounts

Total
liabilities
and
capital
accounts

Individ­
uals, part­
nerships,
and corps.

States and
political
subdivi­
sions

14,164
14,140
14.146
14.147

13,770
13,759
13,776
13,775

258
245
234
237

52
52
52
51

132
103
129
290

844
837
847
844

5,625
5,606
5,623
5,632

84,117
85,691
84,973
84,048

Jan.

14,177
14,196
14,238
14,279

13,794
13,809
13,849
13,887

248
250
254
254

50
53
51
53

254
277
221
318

830
838
846
853

5.648
5,653
5.649
5,651

83.313
83,471
83,403
83,264

Feb.

5
12
19
26

14,373
14,357
14,337
14,329

13.958
13,943
13,923
13,914

279
280
278
282

51
51
52
49

168
151
182
245

871
872
845
875

5.665
5.665
5,662
5,670

83,443
84,267
83,950
82,808

M ar.

5
12
19
26

14,351
14,394
14,375
14,400
14,397

13,936
13,952
13,929
13.958
13,955

285
311
316
313
312

48
48
48
48
48

373
207
89
115
172

859
862
870
864
863

5,684
5,687
5,678
5,689
5,716

82,406
82,746
84,102
82,952
83,467

A pr.

2
9
16
23
30

14,426
14,435
14.460
14.460

13,977
13,984
14.004
14.005

320
323
327
324

47
47
48
49

232
165
110
168

853
866
874
862

5,724
5,714
5,713
5,721

82,826
83,845
82,945
82,923

M ay

7
14
21
28

14,465
14,475
14,483
14,491

14,014
14.024
14.025
14,039

322
322
329
325

48
48
48
48

257
148
137
139

881
932
919
930

5.734
5,727
5.729
5.730

82,766
83,312
84,013
83,287

June

4
11
18
25

14.509
14,507
14.509
14,511
14.514

14.055
14.057
14.057
14.061
14.061

328
326
327
324
329

49
47
46
46
44

140
132
95
133
192

873
902
901
889
907

5.739
5,743
5.734
5.739
5,745

83,841
83.314
84,395
83,490
83,664

July

2
9
16
23
30

14.521
14.521
14,542
14,534

14,072
14,074
14,094
14,081

332
330
330
335

38
37
38
38

235
271
225
156

5,765
5,767
5,762
5,771

83,431
84,221
84,027
84,011

Aug.

906
896
892

6
13
20
27

14,555
14,592
14.594
14,604

14,104
14,138
14,142
14,153

334
336
332
329

35
34
36
38

179
188
189
257

911
921
914
938

5.785
5,779
5,782
5.786

84,605
85,607
86,370
85,261

Sept.

3
10
17
24

14,599
14,616
14.622
14,618
14.623

14,151
14,166
14.174
14.169
14.175

328
328
327
327
327

38
38
38
39
39

239
234
216
98
368

905
908
927
923
923

5,804
5,812
5,808
5,807
5,820

86,339
85.834
88,175
86,541
86,295

Oct.

14,610
14,613
14.595
14.539

14.169
14,162
14,147
14,096

324
332
329
323

38
38
38
39

277
426
201
447

911
913
954
985

5,843
5,846
5.831
5.825

86,476
87,547
86,991
86,994

Nov.

5
12
19
26

14.517
14.517
14.514
14.540
14,648

14,069
14.061
14.055
14,090
14,192

328
335
341
333
338

39
41
38
38
39

303
345
156
298
37

998
993
993
979
911

5,842
5.832
5,830
5.825
5.826

86,806
86,927
88,683
87,423
88.835

Dec.

3
10
17
24
31

Total

Domestic

From
F. R.
Banks

O ther

D ate

Foreign
1947




187

15
22
29

15
22
29

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BANK S,
(In millions
Loans
Loans and
investments

. —

Total

Date
Total

Total
ad ­
justed

A d­
justed

N et

Com ­
mercial,
indus­
trial,
and ag­
ricul­
tural

F or purchasing or carrying
securities
To brokers and
dealers
U.S.
G ovt.
securi­
ties

Other
securi­
ties

To
others
U.S.
Govt.
securi­
ties

Real
estate

O ther
securi­
ties

Loans
to
banks

All
other

M em o:
val­
uation
reserves

1948
Jan.

7
14
21
28

65,142
65,088
65,530
64,953

64,998
64.941
65,348
64.773

23,085
23,096
23,212
23.214

23,229 | 14,718
23,243
14,770
23.394 : 14,842
23.394
14,808

245
181
221
230 |

442 I
426 I
416
444

353
337
330 |
312

502
506
504
500

Feb.

4
11
18
25

64,874
64,410
64,277
64,057

64,603
64,244
64,028
63,804

23,081
23.258
23,204
23,357

23,352
14,725
23,424 I 14,773
23,453
14,700
23,610
14.672

229
351 |
399
532

392
392
370
402

306
307
299
294

M ar.

3
10
17
24
31

63,494
64,128
63,756
63,232
62,220

63,261
63.863
63,566
62,978
62,005

23,206
23.389
23,202
23,167
23,237

23,439
23,654
23,392
23,421
23,452

14,621
14.673
14,665
14,571
14,510

476
436
349
431
494

355
524
411
375
411

Apr.

7
14
21
28

62.870
62,855
63,454
62,940

62,631
62,664
63,074
62,750

23,095
23,078
23,100
22,970

23,334
23,269
23,480
23,160

14,430
14,426
14.298
14,253

403
379
423
387

May

5
12
19
26

63,132
63.174
63,456
63,070

62.935
62.942
63,222
62,826

23,049
23.215
23,122
23.390

23,246
23,447
23,356
23.634

14.299
14,349
14,302
14.300

June

2
9
16
23
30

62,936
63,426
63,085
62,872
62.646

62,717
63,224
62.863
62,624
62,495

23,302
23,362
23,393
23,540
23,589

23,521
23,564
23,615
23,788
23,740

July

7
14
21
28

62,606
62,857
63.175
63,083

62,295
62,594
62,847
62,815

23,621
23,638
23,650
23,591

Aug.

4
1i
18
25

63,168
63,034
63,399
63,241

62,926
62,784
63,053
62.942

15
22
29

63.231
63,291
63,718
63,020
61,905

6
13
20
27

144 i
147
182
180

3,490
3,520
3,528
3,541

150
150
150
150

491
3,538
489
3,555
485 I
563
480 I
578 1

271
166
249
253

3,550
3,541
3,538
3,549

150
150
150
150

285
281
276 !
279
286

480 I
487
480 ,
476
476

582 '
596 ,
611
623 1
628

233
265
190
254
215

3,557
3,542
3,566
3,568
3,595

150
150
156
156
163

428
407
482
422

281
272
274
280

477
476
490
470

3,640 1
3,656 |
3,669
3,682 !

239
191
380
190

3,599
3,625
3,627
3,641

163
163
163
165

422
480
422
682

404
417
388
394

277
279
280 I
281 I

475
475
485
485

3,707 |
3,730 ;
3,745
3,758

197
232
234
244

3,630
3,650
3,665
3,656

165
165
165
166

14,207
14,246
14,339
14,355
14,345

644
505
482
590
678

414
534
469
440
474

279
278 ,
282
276 !
275

495
504
484
503
505

3,768
3,784
3,801
3,811
3,825

219
202
222
248
151

3,661
3,677
3,702
3,734
3,729

166
166
166
169
242

23,932
23,901
23,978
23,859

14,403
14,481
14,502
14,490

672
588
480
448

447
456
545
506

271
273
272
272

501
503
500
506

3,831
3,837
3,843 |
3,858 j

311
263
328
268

3,739
3,742
3,748
3,752

243
242
240
241

23,562
23,783
23,744
23,823

23,804
24,033
24,090
24,122

14,627
14,813
14,872
14,847

271
341
217
336

510
452
464
441

256
250
250
249

503
502
500
493

3,873 '
3,887
3,894
3,910

242
250
346
299

3,764
3,780
3,789
3,790

242
242
242
243

62,992
63,009
63,477
62.774
61,590

23,856
23,941
24.258
24,397
24,584

24,095
24,223
24,499
24,643
24,899

14,887
14,931
15,183
15.201
15;239

336
384
405
525
592

407
379
388
376
451

243
242
234
229
225

494
486
492
486
492

3,920
3,933
3,951
3,957
3,961 |

239
282
241
246
315

3,813
3,830
3,850
3,867
3,870

244
244
245
244
246

62,174
62,114
62,296
62,441

61.935
61.943
62,072
62,215

24,292
24,543
24,315
24,409

24,531
24,714
24,539
24.635

15,311
15,458
15,374
15,410

269
309
194
213

410
464
414
439

225
220
216
209

489
487
485
490

3,970
3,989
4,002 '
4,010 |l

239
171
224
226

3,866
3,865
3.877
3,886

248
249
247
248

3
10
17
24

62.232
62,378
62.647
62,462

61,937
62,141
62,419
62,264

24,435
24,626
24,716
25,014

24,730
24,863
24,944
25,212

15,433
15,595
15,581
15,559

223
315
392
624

439
397
410
455

207
200
202
198

478
476
506

4,021
4,028
4,035
4,045

295
237
228
198

3,872
3,862
3,869
3.878

248
249
249
251

1
8
15
22
29

62,330
62,558
62.870
63,141
62,751

62,112
62,363
62,674
62,947
62,510

24,874
25,007
25,093
25,344
25,318

25,092
25,202
25,289
25,538
25,559

15,542
15,475
15,610
15,632
15,577

507
642
588
807
875

467
495
487
487
456

198
203
197
199
202

475
487
470
470
469

4,044 I
4,052 |
4,066
4,070
4,062

218
195
196
194
241

3,893
3,904
3,915
3,920
3,930

252
251
240
241
253

Sept.

Nov.

Dec.




188

3,485 I
3,506 j
3,521
3,529 1

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES—Continued
W EEKLY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Investments

Balances with—

U.S. G overnm ent securities

C ertif­
icates

Notes
and
bonds

O ther
securities

Cash
items
in
process
o f col­
lection

Cur*
rency
and
coin

Reserves
with
F.R .
Banks

D o­
mestic
banks

Foreign
banks

Other
assets

Total
assets

Da te

Total

Bills

37,642
37,587
37,886
37,323

2,031
2,060
2,354
2,209

3,387
3,327
3,437
3,410

32,224
32,200
32,095
31,704

4,271
4,258
4,250
4,236

4,718
5,463
5,052
4,552

845
842
779
792

12,726
13,051
12,546
12,689

2,566
2,551
2,419
2,243

82
21
23
18

936
1,021
1,040
1,044

87,015
88,037
87,389
86,291

Jan.

7
14
21
28

37,310
36,791
36,634
36,281

2,468
2,214
2,210
2,156

3,408
3,271
3,207
3,115

31,434
31,306
31,217
31,010

4,212
4,195
4,190
4,166

4,137
4,756
5,223
5,076

730
795
771
815

12,435
12,429
12,154
12,296

2,227
2,175
2,298
2,287

21
14
13
13

1,070
1,068
1,080
1,091

85,494
85,647
85,816
85,635

Feb.

4
11
18
25

35,845
36,193
36,061
35,469
34,433

2,048
2,347
2,379
1,930
1,272

3,972
4,028
3,938
3,907
3,745

29,825
29,818
29,744
29,632
29,416

4,210
4,281
4,303
4,342
4,335

4,446
5,012
5,123
4,746
4,941

721
782
757
779
752

12,957
12,736
12,675
12,366
12,146

2,301
2,316
2,442
2,191
2,237

14
15
12
15
16

1,116
1,127
1,030
1,023
1,057

85,049
86,116
85,795
84,352
83,369

M ar.

3
10
17
24
31

35,215
35,260
35,643
35,475

1,853
2,006
2,307
2,219

3,831
3,778
3,851
3,839

29,531
29,476
29,485
29,417

4,321
4,326
4,331
4,305

4,198
5,453
5,058
4,607

753
799
767
799

12,374
12,490
12,350
12,548

2 ,2 1 9

18
17
18
20

1,051
1,060
1,082
1,097

83,483
85,028
85,000
84,192

Apr.

2,354
2,271
2,181

7
14
21
28

35,640
35,499
35,866
35,237

2,448
2,296
2,571
1,945

3,770
3,809
3,882
3,879

29,422
29,394
29,413
29,413

4,246
4,228
4,234
4,199

4,365
5,329
5,082
4,571

743
828
777
805

12,511
12,555
12,034
12,490

2,246
2,286
2,285
2,132

19
21
18
20

1,151
1,156
1,169
1,190

84,167
85,349
84,821
84,278

M ay

5
12
19
26

35,218
35,667
35,250
34,869
34,666

1,986
2,368
2,124
1,793
1,704

4,880
4,915
4,841
4,765
4,669

28,352
28,384
28,285
28,311
28,293

4,197
4,195
4,220
4,215
4,240

5,124
4,524
5,699
4,865
5,218

764
805
775
803
767

12,636
12,610
13,384
12,897
12,889

2,269
2,334
2,467
2,209
2,378

21
24
21
20
22

1,248
1,266
1,138
1,130
1,164

84,998
84,989
86,569
84,796
85,084

June

2
9
16
23
30

34,431
34,656
34,879
34,870

1,593
1,758
1,997
2,042

4,543
4,500
4,447
4,420

28,295
28,398
28,435
28,408

4 ,2 4 3 '
4,300
4,318
4,354

5,078
5,556
4,877
4,468

797
844
792
816

13,054
12,994
12,922
12,988

2,331
2,457
2,234
2,174

21
20
24
22

1,152
1,177
1,165
1,181

85,039
85,905
85,189
84,732

July

7
14
21
28

35,023
34,660
34,904
34,702

2,303
2,081
2,318
2,186

4,290
4,208
4,218
4,182

28,430
28,371
28,368
28,334

4,341
4,341
4,405
4,417

4,272
4,797
4,888
4,354

743
803
771
796

13,013
13,215
12,985
13,073

2,240
2,255
2,270
2,140

49
21
21
22

1,173
1,209
1,206
1,208

84,658
85,334
85,540
84,834

Aug.

4
11
18
25

34,714
34,652
34,744
33,921
32,559

2,148
2,084
2,488
1,980
1,142

4,164
4,181
4,174
4,037
3,745

28,402
28,387
28,082
27,904
27,672

4,422
4,416
4,475
4,456
4,447

4,488
4,424
6,557
4,995
4,802

748
815
803
813
833

13,099
13,200
13,709
13,487
14,625

2,167
2,209
2,540
2,259
2,122

23
23
23
24
23

1,237
1,232
1,150
1,111
1,122

84,993
85,194
88,500
85,709
85,432

Sept.

1
8
15
22
29

33,235
33,022
33,416
33,526

1,827
1,698
2,257
2,503

4,475
4,456
4,444
4,389

26,933
26,868
26,715
26,634

4,408
4,378
4,341
4,280

4,374
6,347
5,256
5,140

788
886
820
842

14,273
14,538
14,585
14,687

2,208
2,315
2,318
2,201

24
21
22
22

1,126
1,140
1,134
1,152

84,967
87,361
86,431
46,485

Oct.

6
13
20
27

33,268
33,319
33,525
33,073

2,378
2,454
2,511
2,090

4,423
4,420
4,515
4,457

26,467
26,445
26,499
26,526

4,234
4,196
4,178
4,177

5,481
4,986
5,945
5,095

813
850
825
817

14,530
14,584
14,557
14,688

2,250
2,208
2,350
2,107

24
21
24
23

1,179
1,188
1,189
M 89

86,509
86,215
87,537
86,381

Nov.

3
10
17
24

33,075
33,179
33,440
33,455
32,987

2,106
2,199
2,285
2,249
1,807

4,458
4,428
4,826
4,823
4,742

26,511
26,552
26,329
26,383
26,438

4,163
4,177
4,141
4,148
4,205

5,416
4,540
6,363
5,257
5,251

812
880
891
916
919

14,574
14,418
15,044
14,593
14,893

2,185
2,103
2,406
2,234
2,247

24
21
23
25
28

1,236
1,235
1,154
1,135
1,152

86,577
85,755
88,751
87,301
87,241

Dec.

1
8
15
22
29

1948




189

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EMBER BANK S,
(In millions
Demand deposits
Total
demand
and
time
deposits

Date

Total
Adjusted

Unadjusted

f
U.S.
j
!
Individuals, I States and I
.
partnerships,I
political j G overnment a
and corps. I subdivisions

Interbank
Domestic

j

Certified
and
officers’
checks

Foreign

1948
Jan.

7
14

80,175
81,219
80,542
79,352

48,620
48,963
48,970
48,818

65,537
66,589
65,887
64,707

48.635
49.672
49,282
48,701

3.263
3,271
3.222
3.249

568 !
520 i
589
693 ;

78,475
78,371
78,727
78,557

48,223
47,644
47,409
47,559

63,768
63,631
63,969
63,753

47,806
47,798
47.950
47.937

3,253
3,197
3,142
3.223

801
876
885

77,974
78,964
78,640
77,043
76,100

47,296
47,581
47,011
46,391
45.340

63,138
64,134
63.837
62,220
61,294

47,134
47,332
47,508
46,266
45.445

3,219
3,460
3,255
3.291
3,363

76,363
77,978
77,732
77,078

45,978
46,210
46,718
46,671

61,527
63,149
62,900
62,261

45,608
47,000
46.636
46,418

77,059
78,171
77,675
77,019

46,529
46,373
46.440
46,857

62,218
63,316
62.837
62,182

77,808
77,797
79.380
77,510
78,116

46.646
46,996
47,259
46.647
46,414

77,790
78,807
78,035
77,588

10,285 I
10,292 j
9,944
9,297 |

1.346 1
1.351 ,
1,332
1.347 j

,440
,483
,518
,420

926

9,267 I
9,017 1
9,099
8,824

1.340 '
1,338
1.353
1.368

,301
,405
,540
,475

1,009
1,148
1,098
1,154
1,297 !

9,026
9,040 ,
9,238 ,
8,563
8,375 I

1,361
1.353
1,367
1,366
1.341

j

, 389
,801
,371
,580
,473

3,311
3,297
3,609
3,484

1,376 ,
1,314 i
1,199
1,309

8,612
8,821
8,578
8,364

1,363 !
1.351 j
1.347
1.310 j

,257
,366
,531
,376

46,032
46,888
46.673
46,628

3,534
3,414
3,424
3,451

1,367
1,597
1,452
1,272

8,666
8,699
8,523
8,171

1,291 I
1.318
1,340
1.311

,328
,400
,425
,349

62,904
62,880
64,437
62,543
63,066

46,627
46,724
48,153
46,689
46,671

3,478
3,463
3,395
3,359
3,517

1,252 I
1,301
1,001 I
1.092 I
1,265

8,572
8,740 !
9,148
8,588
8,835

1,310
1.319
1,330
1.351
1,334

,665
,333
,410
,464
.444

46,247
46,127
46,726
46,839

62,791
63,790
63,015
62,592

46,318
47,357
46,984
46,666

3,352
3,260
3,321
3.400

1,072 I
M93
1,282
1,259 |

9,047
9,242
8.761
8,631

1.347
1,372
1.369
1.395

|
,
1
,

,655
,366
,298
,241

77,580
78,238
78,330
77,635

46,777
46,706
46,746
47,059

62,610
63,257
63,370
62,687

46,458
46,967
47.161
46.937

3.401
3,274
3.263
3,283

1,306 I
3,387
1,433
1,294

8.885
8,982
8,914
8,580

1.370
1,385
1,389
1,400

i
,
1
i

,190
,262

77,887
78,022
81,442
78,560
78,149

47,056 I
46,932
47,446 I
46,838
46,660

62,946
63,076
66,462
63,561
63,161

46,919
46,993
49,078
47,263
46,940

3.370
3.264
3,208
3,171
3,241

1,217
1,204
1,234
1,416
1,704

1,408 i
1.422
1.420
1.416
1.396

,255
,099
,717
,399
,281

77,844
80,069
79,300
79,323

46.441
46,593
46,998
47,422

62,836
65,073
64,307
64,334

46,491
48,385
47.951
48,019

3,202
3,124
3,055
3,182

I
,
1
I
1,590 ,
1,581 !
1,498 |
1,459

8,777
9,094
9,805
8,896
8,599
9,024
9,127
9, 126
8,907

1,407
1.425
1,429
1,406

,122

10

79,246
78,947

17
24

78,886

46,607
46,929
46,907
47,301

64,249
63,961
65,386
63,953

47,474
47.446
48,270
47,801

3,299
3.205
3,141
3,170

1,513 !
1,389
1,580 |
1,374

9,225
9,252
9,538
8.762

1.423
1,405
1.416
1.421

,315
,264
,441
,425

79,321
78.380
81,528
79,897
79,949

47.341
47,584
48,290
47,928
47,794

64,441
63,452
66,597
64,916
64,870

47,840
47,635
49,803
48.446
48,214

3.292
3,230
3,221
3.250
3,282

1,264
900

9,005
9,002
9,518
9,140
9,079

1,415
1.426
1,482
1,499
1,472

,625
,259
,629
,489
,549

21
28

Feb.

4

11
18
25

M ar.

3

10
17
24
31

Apr.

7
14

21
28

May

5

12
19
26

2

June

9

16
23
30

July

7
14

21
28

Aug.

4

11
18
25

Sept.
15

22
29

6

Oct.

13

20
27

Nov.

3

Dec.
15

22
29




80,344

190

944
1.092
1,274

i

.
I

!
i

i

I

,210
,193

,431
,248
,361

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEK LY , 1941-«5— Continued
o f dollars)
Tim e deposits

Total

Individ­ States and
uals, part­ political
nerships,
subdivi­
an d corps.
sions

Borrowings

U . S.

Interbank

merit
Domestic

Foreign

From
F. R.
Banks

Other

Total
O ther
liabilities

Capital
accounts

and
capital
accounts

D ate

1948
14,638
14,630
14,655
14,645

14,177
14,158
14,158
14,142

347
359
383
391

77
77
77
75

37
36
37
37

128
90
130
206

878
902
891
897

5,834
5,826
5,82*6
5,836

87,015
88,037
87,389
86,291

Jan.

7
14
21
28

14,707
14,740
14,758
14,804

14,153
14,170
14,184
14,227

443
458
463
465

75
76
75
76

36
36
36
36

242
491
291
258

924
934
949
964

5,853
5,851
5,849
5,856

85,494
85,647
85,816
85,635

Feb.

4
11
18
25

14,836
14,830
14,803
14,823
14,806

14,256
14,246
14,227
14,233
14,221

471
476
468
482
478

74
73
73
73
73

35
35
35
35
34

220
288
311
422
360

984
999
978
1,018
1,025

5,871
5,865
5,866
5,869
5,884

85,049
86,116
85,795
84,352
83,369

M ar.

3
10
17
24
31

14,836
14,829
14,832
14,817

14,238
14,229
14,239
14,222

490
495
487
492

77
76
76
76

31
29
30
27

199
123
325
141

1,031
1,038
1,054
1,071

5,890
5,889
5,889
5,902

83,483
85,028
85,000
84,192

Apr.

7
14
21
28

14,841
14,855
14,838
14,837

14,245
14,239
14,230
14,229

491
512
505
504

77
77
77
78

28
27
26
26

138
181
153
225

1,058
1,091
1,091
1,124

5,912
5,906
5,902
5,910

84,167
85,349
84,821
84,278

May

5
12
19
26

14,904
14,917
14,943
14,967
15,050

14,283
14,296
14,324
14,346
14,417

517
514
510
512
520

77
77
81
79
79

27
30
28
30
34

134
112
127
216
28

1,132
1,158
1,146
1,155
1,036

5,924
5,922
5,916
5,915
5,904

84,998
84,989
86,569
84,796
85,084

June

2
9
16
23
30

14,999
15,017
15,020
14,996

14,353
14,358
14,360
14,337

532
545
532
532

80
81
80
81

34
33
48
46

306
185
229
200

1,032
1,009
1,021
1,032

5,911
5,904
5,904
5,912

85,039
85,905
85,189
84,732

July

7
14
21
28

14,970
14,981
14,960
14,948

14,306
14,308
14,283
14,273

538
543
549
547

80
84
84
83

46
46
44
45

130
142
249
225

1,018
1,019
1,033
1,038

5,930
5,935
5,928
5,936

84,658
85,334
85,540
84,834

Aug.

4
11
18
25

14,941
14,946
14,980
14,999
14,988

14,271
14,277
14,315
14,322
14,317

539
539
534
548
541

85
85
86
84
84

46
45
45
45
46

107
178
87
169
285

1,046
1,038
1,030
1,038
1,044

5,953
5,956
5,941
5,942
5,954

84,993
85,194
88,500
85,709
85,432

Sept.

1
8
15
22
29

15,008
14,996
14,993
14,989

14,337
14,335
14,324
14,321

541
532
536
533

84
83
85
86

46
46
48
49

127
284
121
143

1,018
1,035
1,040
1,037

5,978
5,973
5,970
5,982

84,967
87,361
86,431
86,485

Oct.

6
13
20
27

14,997
14,986
14,958
14,933

14,323
14,321
14,302
14,287

536
527
518
509

85
85
85
85

53
53
53
52

212
205
139
435

1,045
1,069
1,062
1,072

6,006
5,994
5,992
5,988

86,509
86,215
87,537
86,381

Nov.

3
10
17
24

14,880
14,928
14,931
14,981
15,079

14,238
14,282
14,281
14,324
14,403

505
509
514
522
540

85
85
85
85
85

52
52
51
50
51

149
261
100
289
200

1,091
1,105
1,122
1,113
1,077

6,016
6,009
6,001
6,002
6,015

86,577
85,755
88,751
87,301
87,241

Dec.

1
8
15
22
29




191

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA N K S,
(In millions
Loans
Loans and
investments
Total

D ate
Total

Total
ad*

A d­

Net

justed

justed

F o r purchasing o r carrying
securities
Com ­
mercial, |
To
T o brokers and
indus­
trial,
others
dealers
an d ag - |
riculOther
tural
O ther
U.S.
U.S.
securi­
G ovt.
securi­
G ovt.
securi­
securi­
ties
ties
ties
ties

Real
estate

Loans . Alt
to
I other
banks

I

M em o :
val­
uation
reserves

1949
Jan.

5
12
19
26

62,638
62,596
62,879
62,852

62,474
62,414
62,694
62,617

24,805
24,905
24,764
25,035

24,969
25,087
24,949
25,270

15,374
15,415
15,414
15,381

620
714
581
890

438
399
406
419

203
199
196
187

467
469
456
452

4,066 1
4,083 J
4,081
4,084 i

164
182 ,i
185
235 I

Feb.

2
9
16
23

62,696
62,170
61,991
61,946

62,438
61,993
61,837
61,685

24,986
24,773
24,687
24,604

25,244
24,950
24,841
24,865

15,318
15,294
15,265
15,222

859
721
722
673

438
434
410
423

1S6
188
190
189

477
475
444
454

4,079 1
4,085
4,085 ,
4,086

M ar.

2
9
16
23
30

61,976
62,046
62,359
61,749
61,171

61,710
61,768
62,072
61,576
60,863

24,351
24,273
24,602
24,523
24,726

24,617
24,551
24,889
24,696
25,034

15,147
15,106
15,095
14,962
14,904

499
497
812
832
1,047

448
426
452
460
50!

191
192
189
193
205

439
437
438
441
433

4,082
4,086
4,084
4,086 i
4,083 j

258
177
154
261
266
278
287
173
308

A pr.

6
13
20
27

61,041
61,100
61,267
61,315

60,819
60,901
61,042
61,052

24,013
23,723
23,919
23,747

24,235
23,922
24,144
24,010

14,627
14,543
14,304
14,162

632
464
801
748

514
482
570
580

197
195
190
199

430
432
426
418

M ay

4
11
18
25

61,635
62,049
62,154
62,281

61,326
61,848
61,964
61,997

23,698
23,384
23,686
23,415

24,007
23,585
23,876
23,699

13,976
13,908
13,747
13,628

916
622
1,016
892

550
594
644
602

198
197
194
200

June

1
8
15
22
29

62,336
61,916
62,603
62,606
62,609

62,003
61,738
62,397
62,402
62,317

23,478
22,918
23,028
23,358
23,590

23,811
23,096
23,234
23,562
23,882

13,476
13,424
13,385
13,292
13,170

1,058
581
627
806
1,025

620
600
652
886
931

July

6
13
20
27

62,555
62,855
63,264
63,458

62,391
62,632
63,015
63,208

23,003
22,678
22,735
22,781

23,167
22,901
22,984
23,031

12,996
12,964
12,870
12,886

654
523
688
718

Aug.

3
10
17
24
31

63,796
64,207
64,693
65,121
65,779

63,532
63,935
64,345
64,888
65,506

22,895
22,906
22,913
22,825
23,218

23,159
23,178
23,261
23,058
23,491

12,826
12,906
12,939
12,942
12,965

Sept.

7
14
21
28

65,689
66,294
66,463
66,062

65,542
66,046
66,276
65,823

23,196
23,414
23,340
23,759

23,343
23,662
23,527
23,998

Oct.

5
12
19
26

66,077
66,207
66,439
66,772

65,922
66,042
66,257
66,590

23,605
23,710
23,609
23,739

Nov.

2
9
16
23
30

66,666
66,656
66,506
66,723
66,839

66,455
66,326
66,273
66,501
66,625

Dec.

7
14
21
28

66,938
67,574
67,412
67,421

66,705
67,200
67,084
67,102




3,924
3,922
3.917
3,909

287
287
287
287

j 3.918
1 3,865 I
j 3 .8 6 2 j
3 ,$ 4 9

289
289
291
292

3,837 '
3,821
3,826
3,843 1
3.851 1

292
292
294
294
298

4,081 1
4,079 j
4,078
4,078 ;

222 1 3,833 1
199 i 3,828 I
225
3.851
263 j 3.863 1

301
300
301
301

421
416
421
437

4,077 '
4,086 {
4,089
4,083 1

309
201
190
284

!
;
1
1

3.861
3.862
3,872
3,871

301
301
297
298

199
201
209
209
241

429
421
420
421
418

4,092
4,103 1
4,105 |
4,112
4,121 j

333
178
206
204
292

! 3,904 ■
3,889
j 3,929
I 3,931
i 3,985

300
301
299
299
301

883
674
664
631

237
229
227
224

412
443
531
435

4,115 1
4,126 !
4,134 '

304
305
305
305

837
808
816
681
985

683
609
599
619
624

226
223
216
215
220

437
458
441
442
445

4,141
4,143
4,161 |
4,166
4,181
4,185

164 j 4,010
4,024
223
249 1 4,026
250 | 4,051

306
305
305
305
308

13,007
13,171
13,289
13,384

859
857
716
991

671
646
660
677

218
215
196
195

442
488
444
443

4,186
4,202
4,211 i
4,207 J

264 1 4.049
272 , 4,046
4,041
348
233 1 4.050
273
4,102
t
147 i 4,119
4,140
248
187 ; 4,133
239 | 4,172

23,760
23,875
23,791
23,921

13,425
13,566
13,647
13,680

758
730
521
564

706
658
664
716

190
186
185
184

445
442
448
420

4,212 1
4,233
4,244 1
4,253 ,

155 i 4,179
165 [ 4,206
182 1 4,211
4,234
182

310
311
311
312

24,114
24,334
24,069
24,107
24,399

24,325
24,664
24,302
24,329
24,613

13,694
13,783
13,776
13,772
13,775

853
934
644
672
920

764
769
756
730
703

177
174
177
174
173

420
429
420
422
453

4,246
4,265
4,277
4,295
4,299

211
330
233
222
214

J 4,272
4,292
1 4,330
J 4,355
! 4,393

312
312
311
313
317

24,579
24,756
24,373
24,575

24,812
25,130
24,701
24,894

13,807
13,882
13,864
13,904

1,024
1,032
648
748

778
824
833
860

175
174
167
171

424
425
425
428

4,302
4,325 1
4,337 |
4,342
1

233 j 4,388
374
4,413
328 | 4,421
4,445
319

319
319
322
323

192

j

306
305
309
310

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEK LY, l»41-«5— Continued
o f dollars)
Investments

Balances w ith—

U.S. G overnm ent securities

Certif­
icates

Notes
and
bonds

O ther
securities

Cash
items
in
process
o f col­
lection

C ur­
rency
and
coin

Reserves
with
F.R .
Banks

D o­
mestic
banks

Foreign
banks

O ther
assets

T otal
assets

D ate

Total

Bills

33,484
33,324
33,749
33,411

2,197
2,157
2,425
2,036

5,669
5,515
5,613
5,511

25,618
25,652
25,711
25,864

4,185
4,185
4,181
4,171

4,602
5,042
4,894
4,530

812
862
803
803

14,964
14,716
14,713
14,710

2,365
2,287
2,262
2,130

27
24
25
24

1,139
1,138
1,156
1,165

86,547
86,665
86,732
86,214

Jan.

5
12
19
26

33,268
33,016
32,890
32,814

1,987
J , 841
1,798
1,780

5,364
5,201
5,094
5,036

25,917
25,974
25,998
25,998

4,184
4,204
4,260
4,267

4,343
4,126
5,294
4,967

726
790
748
817

14,380
14,322
14,172
14,271

2,011
2,000
2,096
2,089

25
23
24
25

1,168
1,164
1,165
1,177

85,349
84,595
85,490
85,292

Feb.

2
9
16
23

33,069
33,206
33,112
32,680
31,750

2,000
2,083
2,013
1,695
1,063

5,048
5,060
4,992
4,874
4,624

26,021
26,063
26,107
26,111
26,063

4,290
4,289
4,358
4,373
4,387

4,631
4,233
5,350
4,334
4,430

720
785
746
768
785

14,404
14,196
14,606
14,179
13,888

2,129
2,071
2,237
1,970
1,996

23
24
24
25
25

1,190
1,190
1,107
1,093
1,105

85,073
84,545
86,429
84,118
83,400

M ar.

2
9
16
23
30

32,397
32,767
32,765
32,951

1,387
1,639
1,666
1,827

4,778
4,775
4,705
4,712

26,232
26,353
26,394
26,412

4,409
4,411
4,358
4,354

4,255
5,001
4,693
4,300

742
807
775
797

14,143
14,107
14,263
13,919

2,125
2,246
2,018
2,009

22
18
18
18

1,104
1,101
1,105
1,118

83,432
84,380
84,139
83,476

Apr.

6
13
20
27

33,263
34,111
33,872
34,145

1,836
2,356
2,088
2,203

4,750
4,913
4,898
4,996

26,677
26,842
26,886
26,946

4,365
4,353
4,406
4,437

4,280
4,752
4,834
4,067

728
796
761
788

13,988
13,196
13,438
13,189

2,062
2,136
2,081
2,049

18
17
17
18

1,133
1,135
1,141
1,158

83,844
84,081
84,426
83,550

M ay

4
11
18
25

34,035
34,347
34,867
34,515
34,178

2,105
2,165
2,516
2,224
1,832

5,225
5,385
5,397
5,279
5,284

26,705
26,797
26,954
27,012
27,062

4,490
4,473
4,502
4,529
4,549

4,990
4,066
5,446
4,400
4,422

749
785
761
769
792

13,243
13,293
13,649
13,475
13,231

2,099
2,101
2,296
2,023
2,089

18
17
17
17
19

1,183
1,183
1,100
1,064
1,082

84,618
83,361
85,872
84,354
84,244

June

1
8
15

34,735
35,254
35,507
35,590

2,153
2,471
2,614
2,610

5,431
5,543
5,575
5,605

27,151
27,240
27,318
27,375

4,653
4,700
4,773
4,837

4,771
4,915
4,982
4,159

762
826
755
788

13,281
12,828
12,785
12,938

2,377
2,401
2,174
2,062

17
17
17
15

1,077
1,083
1,089
1,109

84,840
84,925
85,066
84,529

July

6
13
20
27

35,773
36,144
36,485
37,114
37,307

2,603
2,563
2,772
3,128
3,260

5,716
6,042
6,136
6,359
6,392

27,454
27,539
27,577
27,627
27,655

4,864
4,885
4,947
4,949
4,981

4,034
4,304
4,626
3,901
4,281

720
762
728
761
733

13,034
12,868
12,759
12,341
12,413

2,063
2,141
2,215
2,150
2,076

14
15
15
13
12

1,133
1,135
1,143
1,153
1,197

84,794
85,432
86,179
85,440
86,491

Aug.

3
10
17
24
31

37,378
37,594
37,874
37,004

3,217
3,229
3,400
2,608

6,476
6,633
7,227
7,181

27,685
27,732
27,247
27,215

4,968
5,038
5,062
5,060

4,384
5,458
4,645
4,251

771
817
776
803

11,823
12,096
11,627
12,005

2,230
2,347
2,155
2,043

17
15
13
36

1,200
1,218
1,090
1,115

86,114
88,245
86,769
86,315

Sept.

7
14
21
28

37,261
37,300
37,625
37,838

2,717
2,716
2,817
2,982

7,290
7,276
7,399
7,391

27,254
27,308
27,409
27,465

5,056
5,032
5,023
5,013

4,476
5,125
4,956
4,648

738
804
780
791

12,232
11,961
12,276
12,040

2,261
2,272
2,319
2,183

42
40
44
44

1,111
1,114
1,120
1,134

86,937
87,523
87,934
87,612

Oct.

5
12
19
26

37,388
37,042
37,257
37,430
37,248

2,618
2,378
2,449
2,468
2,357

7,273
7,187
7,268
7,333
7,245

27,497
27,477
27,540
27,629
27,646

4,953
4,950
4,947
4,964
4,978

4,534
4,898
5,957
4,699
4,952

736
839
779
776
797

12,332
12,040
12,234
11,920
12,021

2,146
2,170
2,375
2,121
2,115

48
49
48
44
44

1,159
1,160
1,176
1,181
1,237

87,621
87,812
89,075
87,464
88,005

Nov.

2
9
16
23
30

37,153
37,409
37,657
37,469

2,308
2,529
2,745
2,544

7,120
7,136
6,927
6,856

27,725
27,744
27,985
28,069

4,973
5,035
5,054
5,058

4,437
5,672
5,004
5,320

834
916
891
929

12,185
12,259
12,131
12,146

2,129
2,411
2,319
2,286

53
47
44
42

1,229
1,245
1,117
1,127

87,805
90,124
88,918
89,271

Dec.

7
14
21
28

1949




193

22

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WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA N K S,
(In m illions
D emand deposits
Total
demand
and
time
deposits

D ate

Total
A djusted

Individuals,
partnerships,
and corps.

Unadjusted

States and
political
subdivisions

U.S.
Government

Interbank
Domestic

Foreign

' ‘ ......... .
Certified
and
officers'
checks

‘

1949
Jan.

5
12
19
26

79,471
79,393
79,562
78,768

47,437
47,519
47,670
47,665

64,334
64,247
64,451
63,660

47,482
48,129
48,094
47,486

3,268
3,213
3,178
3,301

1,115
835
987
1,139

9,722
9,427
9,358
8,795

1,458
1,424
1,542
1,531

1,289
1,219
1,292
1,408

Feb.

2
9
16
23

78,025
77,403
78,327
77,917

46,945
46,553
46,079
46,299

62,895
62,258
63,187
62,768

46,576
46,164
46,693
46,620

3,408
3,319
3,393
3,419

1,476
1,559
1,729
1,817

8,631
8,522
8,635
8,246

1,500
1,498
1,450
1,439

1,304
1,196
1,287
1,227

M ar.

2
9
16
23
30

77,744
77,229
78,843
76,485
75,949

46,112
46,072
46,182
45,473
44,909

62,554
62,013
63,643
61,284
60,739

46,014
45,725
46,760
45,129
44,341

3,418
3,448
3,404
3,471
3,588

1,706
1,645
1,889
2,009
2,095

8,696
8,645
8,802
8,094
7,917

1,409
1,418
1,420
1,374
1.388

1,311
1,132
1,368
1,207
1,410

Apr.

6
13
20
27

76,161
77,096
76,612
76,092

44,820
45,237
45,757
46,175

60,953
61,860
61,351
60,812

44,395
45,807
45,950
45,737

3,487
3,323
3,422
3,548

2,026
1,698
1,428
1,188

8,463
8,522
8,092
7,781

1,389
1,402
1,381
1,368

1,193
1,108
1,078
1,190

M ay

4
11
18
25

76,120
76,766
76,540
76,135

45,822
45,921
45,816
46,383

60,809
61,417
61,193
60,757

45,151
45,853
45,788
45,770

3,706
3,598
3,498
3,596

1,058
1,000
1,095
1,087

8,298
8,401
8,121
7,918

1,351
1,343
1,327
1,302

1,245
1,222
1,364
1,084

June

1
8
15
22
29

77,130
76,041
78,550
76,452
76,770

46,364
46,295
46,844
46,319
46,093

61,732
60,634
63,138
61,030
61,257

46,128
45,737
47,494
46,154
45,805

3,683
3,545
3,431
3,357
3,361

790
576
770
890
1,356

8,258
8,397
8,767
8,087
8,047

1,330
1,300
1,311
1,334
1,339

1,543
1,079
1,365
1,208
1,349

July

6
13
20
27

77,596
77,604
77,480
76,855

45,844
46,035
46,472
46,683

62,115
62,152
62,040
61,427

45,744
46,586
46,520
46,301

3,358
3,236
3,280
3,379

1,145
813
714
921

9,011
9,036
8,521
8,300

1,344
1,353
1,351
1,364

1,513
1,128
1,654
1,162

Aug.

3
10
17
24
31

77,221
77,991
78,574
78,045
78,595

46,282
46,268
46,050
46,316
46,753

61,804
62,582
63,181
62,648
63,185

45,685
45,998
46,232
45,947
46,416

3,432
3,291
3,240
3,257
3,367

1,591
1,961
2,244
2,377
2,196

8,533
8,691
8,907
8,698
8,597

1,364
1,358
1,354
1,356
1,358

1,199
1,283
1,204
1,013
1,251

Sept.

7
14
21
28

78,781
80,777
79,342
78,664

46,410
46,930
46,436
46,457

63,376
65,380
63,943
63,262

46,288
47,963
46,761
46,465

3,239
3,170
3,080
3,165

1,949
2,186
2,508
2,636

9,268
9,471
9,065
8,634

1,365
1,335
1,289
1,284

1,267
1,255
1,240
1,078

Oct.

5
12
19
26

79,561
80,133
80,525
80,162

46,286
46,283
46,738
47,341

64,170
64,738
65,114
64,761

46,355
47,212
47,475
47,547

3,178
3,054
3,009
3,122

2,677
2,533
2,669
2,468

9,375
9,429
9,389
8,991

1,356
1,368
1,362 j
1,313

1,229
1,142
1,210
1,320

Nov.

2
9
16
23
30

79,632
79,960
81,527
79,895
80,184

46,848
46,709
46,625
47,274
47,648

64,250
64,564
66,156
64,552
64,872

46,867
47,120
48,135
47,590
48,037

3,299
3,155
3,116
3,181
3,255

2,335
2,321
2,525
2,432
2,117

9,159
9,261
9,695
8,838
8,827

1,374 i
1,375
1,354 i
1,309 |
1,328

1,216
1,332
1,331
1,202
1,308

Dec.

7
14
21
28

79,849
82,383
81,216
81,545

47,726
48,652
48,254
48,253

64,522
67,035
65,834
66,104

47,745
49,724
48,603
48,857

3,147
3,184
3,181
3,296

1,848
1,846
1,808
1,955

9,193
9,560
9,476
9,297

1,318 l
1,305
1,292 J
1,279

1,271
1,416
1,474
1,420




194

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES—Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Borrowings

Time deposits
Interbank

From
F. R.
Banks

Capital
accounts

and
capital

Individ­
uals, p art­
nerships,
and corps.

States and
political
subdivi­
sions

15,137
15,146
15,111
15,108

14,451
14,446
14,417
14,412

550
560
567
570

85
85
85
85

51
55
42
41

66
257
143
410

997
1,002
1,022
1,017

6,013
6,013
6,005
6,019

86,547
86,665
86,732
86,214

Jan.

5
12
19
26

15,130
15,145
15,140
15,149

14,419
14,418
14,412
14,422

582
599
600
597

86
86
87
88

43
42
41
42

279
137
118
293

1,017
1,019
1,020
1,053

6,028
6,036
6,025
6,029

85,349
84,595
85,490
85,292

Feb.

2
9
16
23

15,190
15,216
15,200
15,201
15,210

14,452
14,480
14,460
14,451
14,458

593
592
598
603
602

87
87
87
90
91

58
57
55
57
59

229
212
497
533
347

1,052
1,062
1,044
1,054
1,046

6,048
6,042
6,045
6,046
6,058

85,073
84,545
86,429
84,118
83,400

M ar.

?.
9
16
23
30

15,208
15,236
15,261
15,280

14,469
14,481
14,483
14,485

592
607
632
648

92
92
91
93

55
56
55
54

173
160
421
253

1,023
1,046
1,034
1,047

6,075
6,078
6,072
6,084

83,432
84,380
84,139
83,476

Apr.

6
13
20
27

15,311
15,349
15,347
15,378

14,493
14,503
14,493
14,497

645
643
645
666

98
98
98
102

75
105
111
113

575
151
714
230

1,045
1,070
1,083
1,086

6,104
6,094
6,089
6,099

83,844
84,081
84,426
83,550

May

4
11
18
25

15,398
15,407
15,412
15,422
15,513

14,513
14,521
14,532
14,544
14,596

667
668
664
662
664

103
103
104
106
115

115
115
112
110
138

286
119
106
690
250

1,084
1,083
1,101
1,103
1,097

6,118
6,118
6,115
6,109
6,127

84,618
83,361
85,872
84,354
84,244

June

1
8
15
22
29

15,481
15,452
15,440
15,428

14,584
14,556
14,539
14,535

644
641
645
640

115
116
117
120

138
139
139
133

84
146
420
484

1,019
1,037
1,028
1,040

6,141
6,138
6,138
6,150

84,840
84,925
85,066
84,529

July

6
13
20
27

15,417
15,409
15,393
15,397
15,410

14,520
14,514
14,499
14,493
14,502

641
642
645
646
647

121
120
118
119
121

135
133
131
139
140

380
228
398
163
640

1,027
1,044
1,043
1,060
1,062

6,166
6,169
6,164
6,172
6,194

84,794
85,432
86,179
85,440
86,491

Aug.

3
10
17
24
31

15,405
15,397
15,399
15,402

14,500
14,485
14,493
14,501

640
640
637
632

126
126
122
122

139
146
147
147

75
188
140
359

1,070
1,106
1,105
1,096

6,188
6,174
6,182
6,196

86,114
88,245
86,769
86,315

Sept.

7
14
21
28

15,391
15,395
15,411
15,401

14,497
14,496
14,514
14,501

625
628
626
627

122
123
123
123

147
148
148
150

94
110
121
133

1,072
1,070
1,083
1,099

6,210
6,210
6,205
6,218

86,937
87,523
87,934
87,612

Oct.

5
12
19
26

15,382
15,396
15,371
15,343
15,312

14,500
14,524
14,502
14,461
14,431

605
593
591
605
608

123
124
124
124
123

154
155
154
153
150

647
487
172
178
398

1,101
1,121
1,150
1,172
1,176

6,241
6,244
6,226
6,219
6,247

87,621
87,812
89,075
87,464
88,005

Nov.

2
9
16
23
30

15,327
15,348
15,382
15,441

14,431
14,451
14,476
14,537

618
619
620
621

128
128
133
130

150
150
153
153

525
307
286
315

1,196
1,225
1,205
1,183

6,235
6,209
6,211
6,228

87,805
90,124
88,918
89,271

Dec.

7
14
21
28

T otal

U. S.

Total
O ther
liabilities

ment
Domestic

O ther

D ate

Foreign
1949




----- ....

195

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA NK S,
(In millions
Loans
Loans and
investments

Total

Date
Total

Total
ad ­
justed

Ad­
justed

N et

Com­
mercial,
indus­
trial,
and ag­
ricul­
tural

F or purchasing or carrying
securities
To brokers and
dealers
U.S.
Govt.
securi­
ties

To
others

O ther
securi­
ties

U.S.
Govt.
securi­
ties

Real
estate

M em o:
val­
uation
reserves

Loans
AU
to
other
banks ,

Other
securi­
ties

1950

Jan.

4 I 67,222 I 66,951
11 67,357 67,140
18 : 67,670 67,401
25 67,818 67,496

24,402 I 24.673
24,165 24,382
24,186 24,455
24,257 24.579

13,851
13,857
13,861
13,871

702
443
429
445

827
807
843
883

174
161 j
151 !
150 \

425
421
428
422

4,347 1
4,379 i
4,392
4,400

271
217
269
322

4,446 1
4,468
4,453
4,455 1
'

370
371
371
369

1
1
:
1

67,266
67,139
66,977
66,985

67,112
66,881
66,626
66,679

24,332
24,262
24,426
24,294

24,486
24,520
24,777
24,600

13,918
13,885
13,905
13,854

511
443
543
403

853
860
936
994

147 I
146
141
137

426
447
430
431

4,396
4,402 ;
4,399
4,410

154
4,455 '
258
4,453
351 I 4,444
306
4,439 [

374
374
372
374

66,831
66,283
66,855
67,006
66,563

66,529
66.034
66,707
66,683
66,351

24,439
24,244
24,504
24,463
24,674

24,741
24,493
24,652
24,786

13,834
13,799
13,889
13,843
13,790

613
500
528
508
746

916
852
918
938
924

136
137 i
141
144 !
145 j

434
428
465
434
443

4,413
4,422
4,442
4,461
4,465

302 1 4,470 j
249 1 4,481 1
148 , 4,498
323
4,512
212
4,540 1

377
375
377
377
379

5
12
19
26

66 ,626

66,608
66,696
66,514

66,215
66,263
66,399
66,248

24,713
24,692
24,564
24,650

25,124
13,729
24,037
13,716
24,861 | 13,574
24,916 j 13,475

747
700
665
796

991
989
1,013
1,025

146
138
136
138

i
j
1
,

450
460
465
468

4,472
4,491
4,502
4,513

411
4,559 j
345 ; 4,580
297 1 4,591 1
266
4,615 i

381
382
382
380

3
10
24
31

66,534
66,401
66,689
66,951
67,103

66,166
66,078
66,384
66.587
66,868

24,641
24,595
24,539
24,620
24,798

25,009
24,918
24,844
24,984
25,033

I 13,420
! 13,365
13,377
j 13,359
| 13,359

715
714
547
538
700

1,098
1,073
1,101
1,116
1,101

144
137
140
137
138

480
475
488
523
489

4,522
4,541
4,563
4,576
4,595

368
323
305
364
235

382
384
384
384
384

June

7
14
21
28

66.960
67,299
67,905
67.960

66,663
67,049
67,621
67,555

24,795
24,855
24,977
25,179

25,092
25,105
25,261
25,584

13,394
13,459
13,532
13,602

,
;
1
j
1
i
i

530
448
330
368

1,190
1,207
1,317
1,349

139
133
137 ,
144

506
504
505
508

4,612
4,644
4,664
4,682

July

5
12
19
26

67,652
67,586
67,875
68,028

67,286
67,332
67,635
67,724

25,367
25,215
25,455
26,067

25,733
25,469
25,695
26,371

13,660
13,725
13,791
13.911

540
441
614
944

1,267 i
1,091 j
1,040 1
1,064

144
146
150
164

500
498
491
501

67,847
67.923
68,107
68,164
68,570

67,633
67.587
67,779
67,776
68,21 2

26,167
26,404
26,568
26,706
26,895

26,381
26,740
26,896
27,094
27,253

14,022
14,187
14,359
14,512
14,739

943
883
903
602
505

991
1,027
976
974
922

'
1
i
1

168
184
195
203
199

508
510
512
517
544

Sept.

68,456
68,842
69,522
68,767

68,066
68.587
69,038
68,428

27,125
27,480
27,786
28,163

27,515
27,735
28,270
28,502

14,932
15,330
15,517
15,725

461
374
342
506

946
941
1,042
981

1
!
,
1

196 I
189 ]
181
184

Oct.

68,662
68,663
68,841
69,230

68,363
68,372
68,619
68,984

28,278
28,586
28,600
28,892

28,577
28,877
28,822
29,138

15,865
16,090
16,096
16,269

371
387
368
461

986
971 i
958
946 j

Nov.

69,237
69,373
69,414
69,668
69.923

68,925
69,029
69,214
69,425
69,546

29,075
29,330
29,588
29,793
30,209

29,387
29.674
29,788
30,036
30,586

16,476
16,669
16,906
16,975
17,084

339
419
388
467
657

69,807
70,301
71,444
71,789

69,305
70,097
71.034
71,270

30,078
30,356
30,736
31,080

30.580
30,560
31,146
31,599

17,261
17,461
17,801
17,839

481
452
448
690

1,016 '
942 •
982
992 l
1,014
i
983 1
992 I
1,017 ;
1,052 j

Feb.

M ar.
15
22
29
Apr.

May

17

Aug.

Dec.




2 4 ,8 8 6

196

1
j
‘
i
l

4,644
4,674
4,707
4,755
4,800

i
’
i
j

4,810
4,845
4,877 i
4,912 ,
J
4,932 !
4,948
4,982
5,079

386
385
385
386

4,712
4,755
4,776
4,794

297 j
250 |
284 ]
405
;
|
366
254
240 1
304 j

4,815
4,833
4,868
4,898
4,938

214
5,111 i
336 1 5,170
328
5,146 I
388
5,389
358
5,439 1

391
390
391
389
391

4,956
523
4,992
546
530 ; 5,015
: 5,035
534

390 1 5,503
255
5,500
484
5,550
339 ; 5,590 '

392
392
391
392

189 |
188
184
186 |

543 : 5,050
547 . 5,086
5,102
553
543 ' 5,119

299
201 i
222
246

5,668 1
5,709
5,733 .
5,762 (

394
392
394
394

182
181
183
186
187
185
185
180
175

546
564
555
559
605

! 5,126
I 5,149
m 5,167
J 5,191
5,213

312
344
200
243
377

5,786 :
5,800 i
5,803
5,817
5,845 ,

396
394
396
394
396

558
601
559
561

5,212
5,240
5,254
5,270

502
204
410
519

5,799 I
5,827
5,880
5,895

401
402
403
402

|
i
,
|

‘
i
1
i

,
j
|

388
389
389
390

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued
o f dollars)
Investments

Balances with—

U. S. G overnn lent securit es

Certif­
icates

Notes
nnd
bonds

O ther
securities

Cash
items
in
process
o f col­
lection

C ur­
rency
and
coin

Reserves
with
F.R .
Banks

D o­
mestic
banks

Foreign
banks

O ther
assets

Total
assets

D ate

Total

Bills

37,514
37,920
38,131
38,077

2,542
2,999
3,271
3,220

6,866
6,804
6,756
6,694

28,106
28,117
28,104
28,163

5,035
5,055
5,084
5,162

5,167
4,812
5,017
4,433

809
839
787
782

12,774
12,403
12,219
12,237

2,680
2,415
2,335
2,221

45
38
39
36

1,119
1,108
1,145
1,142

89,816
88,972
89,212
88,669

Jan.

4
11
18
25

37,595
37,375
36,975
37,162

2,762
2,595
2,306
2,402

6,152
5,947
5,862
5,858

28,681
28,833
28,807
28,902

5,185
5,244
5,225
5,223

4,894
4,077
6,004
5,027

706
760
750
757

12,384
12,078
12,297
12,012

2,049
2,046
2,255
2,155

38
42
38
40

1,172
1,156
1,171
1,158

88,509
87,298
89,492
88,134

Feb.

1
8
15
22

36,774
36,463
36,877
36,702
36,118

2,212
2,024
2,394
2,200
1,768

5,071
4,909
4,856
4,782
4,638

29,491
29,530
29,627
29,720
29,712

5,316
5,327
5,326
5,518
5,559

5,298
4,344
5,865
4,654
4,386

708
763
743
759
785

12,104
12,058
12,438
11,816
11,727'

2,106
2,173
2,468
2,095
1,990

36
39
40
37
37

1,189
1,198
1,091
1,079
1,102

88,272
86,858
89,500
87,446
86,590

Mat*.

1
8
15
22
29

35,920
35,941
36,177
35,922

1,616
1,633
1,874
1,715

4,384
4,370
4,341
4,309

29,920
29,938
29,962
29,898

5,582
5,630
5,658
5,676

4,523
5,417
5,117
4,697

729
804
764
794

11,816
11,857
11,639
11,841

2,131
2,204
2,186
2,062

37
36
34
36

1,097
1,102
1,098
1,112

86,959
88,028
87,534
87,056

Apr.

5
12
19
26

35,916
35,899
36,251
36,359
36,456

1,753
1,744
1,972
2,025
2,125

4,307
4,316
4,417
4,402
4,420

29,856
29,839
29,862
29,932
29,911

5,609
5,584
5,594
5,608
5,614

4,610
4,703
5,229
4,873
5,260

731
787
768
787
783

11,776
11,733
11,891
11,844
11,820

2,175
2,151
2,348
2,120
2,127

34
38
38
37
35

1,140
1,147
1,144
1,160
1,202

87,000
86,960
88,107
87,772
88,330

May

3
10
17
24
31

36,183
36,505
36,935
36,638

2,005
2,250
2,523
2,641

3,141
3,173
3,220
2,916

31,037
31,082
31,192
31,081

5,685
5,689
5,709
5,738

4,671
5,806
5,140
4,876

781
831
792
818

11,940
12,139
12,021
11,884

2,146
2,391
2,344
2,198

35
40
46
49

1,200
1,207
1,129
1,134

87,733
89,713
89,377
88,919

June

7
14
21
28

36,152
36,248
36,222
35,727

2,405
2,522
2,496
2,025

2,264
2,231
2,217
2,200

31,483
31,495
31,509
31,502

5,767
5,869
5,958
5,930

5,233
5,694
5,386
5,235

754
854
797
816

12,118
12,088
11,972
12,250

2,294
2,458
2,198
2,156

50
50
48
53

1,154
1,155
1,175
1,186

89,255
89,885
89,451
89,724

July

5
12
19
26

35,496
35,154
35,078
34,894
35,082

1,831
1,599
1,502
1,761
2,297

2,134
2,063
2,072
1,702
1,359

31,531
31,492
31,504
31,431
31,426

5,970
6,029
6,133
6,176
6,235

5,192
5,175
6,107
5,583
5,279

757
808
767
801
830

12,153
12,120
12,056
12,395
12,126

2,180
2,099
2,292
2,156
2,184

54
56
76
76
84

1,228
1,243
1,265
1,243
1,264

89,411
89,424
90,670
90,418
90,337

Aug.

2
9
16
23
30

34,698
34,840
34,869
33,845

2,301
2,889
3,091
2,391

1,288
1,318
1,358
1,156

31,109
30,633
30,420
30,298

6,243
6,267
6,383
6,420

5,212
6,493
6,191
5,600

804
857
825
855

12,370
12,544
11,899
12,472

2,162
2,408
2,278
2,139

97
106
95
108

1,295
1,316
1,196
1,196

90,396
92,566
92,006
91,137

Sept.

6
13
20
27

33,694
33,358
33,580
33,729

2,397
2,159
2,437
2,551

1,046
1,023
1,029
1,040

30,251
30,176
30,114
30,138

6,391
6,428
6,439
6,363

5,277
5,937
6,431
5,547

792
860
839
844

12,294
12,433
12,755
12,379

2,311
2,247
2,461
2,315

137
159
152
151

1,233
1,224
1,243
1,233

90,706
91,523
92,722
91,699

Oct.

4
11
18
25

33,535
33,392
33,349
33,306
32,984

2,481
2,353
2,280
2,263
2,044

1,048
1,066
1,085
1,104
1,124

30,006
29,973
29,984
29,939
29,816

6,315
6,307
6,277
6,326
6,353

5,861
6,001
7,453
5,857
5,755

793
871
835
826
912

12,404
12,313
12,610
12,351
12,504

2,222
2,251
2,606
2,214
2,213

146
143
143
141
130

1,263
1,259
1,266
1,261
1,278

91,926
92,211
94,327
92,318
92,715

Nov.

1
8
15
22
29

32,924
33,439
33,854
33,674

2,058
2,638
2,894
2,778

1,014
805
779
787

29,852
29,996
30,181
30,109

6,303
6,302
6,444
6,516

5,741
6,553
6,358
7,179

879
998
972
1,005

12,778
13,075
12,823
12,738

2,268
2,674
2,696
2,589

128
122
133
127

1,303
1,298
1,203
1,225

92,904
95,021
95,629
96,652

Dec.

6
13
20
27

1950




197

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . MEMBER BANK S,
(In millions
Demand deposits
Total
demand
and
time
deposits

Date

Individuals,
partnerships,
and corps.

To tal
A djusted

States and
political
subdivisions

U.S.
G overnment

Interbank
.............................
Domestic

Unadjusted

Foreign

Certified
and
officers'
checks

1950
Jan.

4
II
18
25

82,300
81,502
81,700
81,064

47,975
48,140
48,245
48,514

66,787
65,996
66,209
65,589

48,346
48,452
48,596
48,219

3,325
3,208
3,267
3,460

2,050
1,895
1,940
2,101

10,293
9,937
9,783
9,327

1,302
1,212
1,224
1,214

1,471
1,292
1,399
1,268

Feb.

1
8
15
22

80,710
79,622
81,585
80,448

47,767
47,330
46,930
46,848

65,224
64.106
66,082
64,926

47,600
46,814
48,132
47,133

3,456
3,372
3,386
3,355

2,322
2,438
2,630
2,811

9,039
9,065
9,297
8,991

1,202
1,1%
1,221
1,249

1,605
1,221
1,416
1,387

M ar.

1
8
15
22
29

80,318
79,168
81,983
79,571
78,630

46,926
46,711
47,236
46,468
46,162

64,793
63,614
66,433
64,030
63,095

47,193
46,558
48,235
46,407
45,848

3,454
3,277
3,266
3,406
3,431

2,302
1,951
2,384
2,630
2,691

9,021
9,327
9,676
8,990
8,608

1,246
1,281
1,272
1,288
1,248

1,577
1,220
1,600
1,309
1,269

Apr.

5
12
19
26

79,015
80,174
79,680
79,136

45,981
46,492
46,656
47,149

63,457
64,632
64,119
63,536

45,810
47,378
47,078
47,120

3,377
3,263
3,359
3,447

2,587
2,332
2,103
1,823

9,106
9,098
8,925
8,555

1,260
1,293
1,318
1,312

1,317
1,268
1,336
1,279

May

3
10
17
24
31

79,034
79,041
80,257
79,821
80,198

46,928
46,881
46,933
47,380
47,530

63,423
63,432
64,649
64,149
64,519

46,672
46,780
47,525
47,286
47,856

3,601
3,409
3,400
3,443
3,571

1,668
1,697
2,121
2,061
1,982

8,966
8,898
9,107
8,576
8,477

1,251
1,253
1,259
1,259
1,270

1,265
1,395
1,237
1,524
1,363

June

7
14
21
28

79,738
81,772
81,351
80,848

47,519
47,942
48,040
47,972

64,033
66,059
65,638
65,099

47,448
49,010
48,201
47,925

3,537
3,462
3,614
3,611

1,672
1,854
2,238
2,350

8,900
9,178
8,935
8,618

1,271
1,279
1,285
1,283

1,205
1,276

65,437
66,262
65,652
65,779

47,647
48,615
48,552
48,912

3,516
3,351
3,237
3,374

2,355
2,319
2,340
2,205

9,207
9,467
8,961
8,644

1,246
1,235
1,237
1,229

1,466
1,275
1,325
1,415

1,312

July

5
12
19
26

81,168
81,957
81,322
81,382

47,396
47,547
47,728
48,466

Aug.

2
9
16
23
30

81,134
81,120
82,487
82,148
82,120

48,264
48,351
48,098
48,561
48,995

65,542
65,546
66,903
66,579
66,564

48,555
48,597
49,479
49,078
49,368

3,443
3,342
3,263
3,219
3,321

1,946
1,812
2,127
2,546
2,390

8,884
8,949
9,118
8,614
8,624

1,256
1,259
1,253
1,275
1,276

1,458
1,587
1,463
1,847
1,585

Sept.

6
13
20
27

82,045
84,390
83,583
82,790

48,581
49,269
49,030
49,238

66,513
68,867
68,056
67,236

49,186
51,134
50,623
50,198

3,244
3,146
3,150
3,245

2,357
2,424
2,236
2,338

9,059
9,368
9,319
8,737

1,304
1,313
1,280
1,323

1,363
1,482
1,448
1,395

Oct.

4
11
18
25

82,419
83,173
84,473
83,411

48,985
48,839
49,339
49,891

66,869
67,627
68,924
67,884

49,615
50,299
51,261
50,875

3,351
3,163
3,136
3,191

1,804
2,018
1,851
1,712

9,436
9,455
9,911
9,319

1,367
1,378
1,392
1,415

1,296
1,314
1,373
1,372

Nov.

1
8
15
22
29

83,461
83,561
86,036
83,771
84,021

49,471
49,230
49,250
49,850
50,546

67,940
68,015
70,465
68,266
68,521

50,445
50,517
51,814
51,032
51,305

3,362
3,331
3,351
3,291
3,371

1,805
1,766
2,044
1,815
1,624

9,376
9,619
10,358
9,385
9,225

1,427
1,399
1,360
1,359
1,371

1,525
1,383

6
13
20
27

84,206
86,714
87,168
87,779

50,452
51,676
51,770
51,642 i

68,721
71,128
71,537
72,105

51,156
53,383
53,181
53,518

3,330
3,368
3,385
3,393

1,462
1,408
1,469
1,572

9,707
10,127
10,581
10,300

1,359
1,364
1,359
1.412

1,707
1,478
1,562
1,910

Dec.




198

1,384
1,625

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES—Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Time deposits

Total

Individ­ States and
uals, p art­ political
nerships,
subdivi­
and corps.
sions

Borrowings

U . S.

Interbank

ment
Domestic

Foreign

From
F. R.
Banks

Other

Other
liabilities

C apital
accounts

liabilities
and
capital
accounts

Date

1950
15,513
15,506
15,491
15,475

14,612
14,606
14,593
14,577

620
620
620
619

128
127
127
128

153
153
151
151

224
151
196
270

1,081
1,104
1,110
1,129

6,211
6,215
6,206
6,206

89,816
88,972
89,212
88,669

Jan.

4
11
18
25

15,486
15,516
15,503
15,522

14,578
14,607
14,594
14,614

627
628
626
627

128
128
128
128

153
153
155
153

458
325
493
257

1,108
1,109
1,197
1,207

6,233
6,242
6,217
6,222

88,509
87,298
89,492
88,134

Feb.

1
8
M
22

15,525
15,554
15,550
15,541
15,535

14,647
14,685
14,675
14,671
14,660

609
610
614
612
617

121
121
121
121
120

148
138
140
137
138

506
218
71
398
458

1,219
1,228
1,212
1,237
1,248

6,229
6,244
6,234
6,240
6,254

88,272
86,858
89,500
87,446
86,590

M ar.

1
8
M

15,558
15,542
15,561
15,600

14,684
14,664
14,684
14,705

614
615
616
633

121
121
120
121

139
142
141
141

470
336
315
355

1,208
1,246
1,273
1,291

6,266
6,272
6,266
6,274

86,959
88,028
87,534
87,056

Apr.

15,611
15,609
15,608
15,672
15,679

14,717
14,711
14,713
14,732
14,738

633
637
636
637
636

122
121
120
123
122

139
140
139
180
183

364
300
235
323
417

1,298
1,314
1,310
1,315
1,389

6,304
6,305
6,305
6,313
6,326

87,000
86,960
88,107
87,772
88,330

M ay

15,705
15,713
15,713
15,749

14,740
14,746
14,739
14,768

655
652
654
652

122
122
124
132

188
193
196
197

256
192
213
309

1,402
1,425
1,407
1,340

6,337
6,324
6,406
6,422

87,733
89,713
89,377
88,919

June

15,731
15,695
15,670
15,603

14,749
14,712
14,679
14,627

650
648
650
638

134
137
136
134

198
198
205
204

338
142
345
529

1,303
1,333
1,348
1,354

6,446
6,453
6,436
6,459

89,255
89,885
89,451
89,724

July

15,592
15,574
15,584
15,569
15,556

14,613
14,583
14,574
14,550
14,535

638
645
658
662
663

136
135
133
133
133

205
211
219
224
225

437
444
307
370
296

1,368
1,402
1,420
1,432
1,445

6,472
6,458
6,456
6,468
6,476

89,411
89,424
90,670
90,418
90,337

Aug.

15,532
15,523
15,527
15,554

14,512
14,518
14,516
14,537

661
649
654
662

133
130
131
130

226
226
226
225

380
190
410
329

1,479
1,506
1,529
1,526

6,492
6,480
6,484
6,492

90,396
92,566
92,006
91,137

Sept.

6
13
20
27

15,550
15,546
15,549
15,527

14,537
14,539
14,543
14,520

655
655
653
652

129
126
126
126

229
226
227
229

205
282
170
194

1,575
1,562
1,582
1,582

6,507
6,506
6,497
6,512

90,706
91,523
92,722
91,699

Oct.

4
11
18
25

15,521
15,546
15,571
15,505
15,500

14,513
14,542
14,524
14,484
14,475

653
647
664
640
642

126
126
126
125
125

229
231
257
256
258

344
508
152
401
520

1,589
1,600
1,608
1,614
1,629

6,532
6,542
6,531
6,532
6,545

91,926
92,211
94,327
92,318
92,715

Nov.

1
8
15
22
29

15,485
15,586
15,631
15,674

14,466
14,510
14,520
14,578

637
640
643
642

126
126
126
126

256
310
342
328

495
126
316
738

1,668
1,661
1,615
1,597

6,535
6,520
6,530
6,538

92,904
95,021
95,629
96,652

Dec.

6
13
20
27




199

7.7
29
5
17

19
26
3
10
17
24
31
7
14
7\

28
S
12
19
26
7
.

9
16
23
30




ORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA NK S,
(In m illions
Loans
Loons and
investments

—

Total

Total
ad ­
justed

A d­
justed

'■ —

F o r purchasing or carrying
securities

Total

N et

mcrcial,
indus­
trial,
and ag­
ricul­
tural

To brokers and
dealers
U.S.
G ovt.
securi­
ties

Other
securi­
ties

To
others

Real
estate

U.S.
Govt.
securi­
ties

Other
securi­
ties

Loans
to
banks

All
other

M em o:
val­
uation
reserves

-

3
10
17
24
31

71,212
70,824
70,449
70,384
69,527

70,702
70,400
70,045
70,021
69,203

30,907
30,868
30,896
31,075
31,217

31,417
31,292
31,300
31,438
31,541

17,871
17,934
17,983
18,029
18,131

512
487
426
487
533

1,066
987
1,015
1,041
1,021

174
162
159
164
167

576
577
582
582
587

5,280
5,287
5,298
5,298
5,299

510
424
404
363
324

5,865
5,876
5,878
5,921
5,928

437
442
445
447
449

7
14
21
23

69,225
69,241
69,231
69,501

68,912
68,800
68,828
69,089

31,356
31,481
31,474
31,777

31,669
31,922
31,877
32 ,1 8 J

18,331
18,459
18,598
18,743

516
519
397
492

1,012
1,000
978
1,006

167
175
174
171

577
575
575
577

5,303
5,326
5,327
5,331

313
441
403
412

5,899
5,875
5,869
5 ,9(H)

449
448
444
443

7
14
21
28

69,290
69,538
70,447
70,198

68,748
69,173
69,942
69,773

31,603
31,808
32,182
32,282

32,145
32,173
32,687
32,707

18,689
18,956
19,174
19,202

274
231
218
279

1,119
1,113
1,263
1,233

163
150
145
146

583
578
576
572

5,326
5,342
5,371
5,369

542
365
505
425

5,893
5,886
5,884
5,930

444
448
449
449

4
11
18
25

70,122
69,707
69,756
69,863

69,527
69,388
69,352
69,398

32,254
32,058
31,977
32,013

32,849
32,377
32,381
32,478

19,196
19,262
19,198
19,127

243
138
124
196

1,263
1,095
1,060
1,071

144
132
129
127

577
595
602
597

5,365
5,382
5,406
5,420

595
319
404
465 i

5,921
5,907
5,913
5,932

455
453
455
457

2
9
16
23
30

70,108
69,392
69,582
69,493
69,369

69,617
69,051
69,165
68,959
68,987

32,170
32,207
32,251
32,080
32,046

32,661
32,548
32,668
32,614
32,428

19,186
19,164
19,233
19,115
19,048

246
263
272
174
271

1,113
1,132
1,087
1,092
1,061

125
125
123
123
123

602
609
595
633
596

5,419
5,440
5,456
5,467
5,476

491 ! 5,935
341
5,930
5,941
417
5,932
534
382
5,928

456
456
456
456
455

6
13
20
27

69,037
69,492
70,434
70,635

68,673
69,054
69,950
70,112

31,968
31,991
32,193
32,354

32,332
32,429
32,677
32,877

18,992
19,085
19,216
19,220

214
191
235
376

1,048
1,020
1,036
1,023

124
125
125
129

630
597
597
587

5,489
5,521
5,524
5,530

364
438
484
523

5,926
5,909
5,916
5,947

455
457
456
458

4
11
18
25

70,268
70,099
70,085
70,114

69,876
69,571
69,522
69,679

32,374
32,218
32,108
32,074

32,766
32,746
32,671
32,509

19,153
19,120
19,035
18,958

419
398
406
455

1,091
1,017
991
986

127
126
125
135

584
579
578
576

5,534
5,539
5,546
5,555

392
528
563
435

5,926
5,899
5,887
5,869

460
460
460
460

1
8
15
22
29

70,100
70,028
70,305
70,331
70,488

69,776
69,610
69,763
69,869
69,970

32,163
32,062
32,218
32,305
32,398

32,487
32,480
32,760
32,767
32,916

19,124
19,170
19,379
19,503
19,502

349
239
205
209
268

1,041
981
950
905
902

127
129
129
131
128

573
565
564
562
570

5,545
'5 ,5 5 5
5,561
5,571
5,584

324
418
542
462
518

5,865
5,882
5,891
5,887
5,906

461
459
461
463
462

5
12
19
26

70,372
70,725
71,604
71,408

69,917
70,269
71,078
70,994

32,543
32,926
33,018
33,068

32,998
33,382
33,544
33,482

19,586
19,842
19,938
20,078

299
357
352
290

900
947
973
952

129
130
130
131

567
568
570
561

5,581
5,588
5,595
5,605

455
456
526
414

5,943
5,956
5,923
5,915

462
462
463
464

3
10
17
24
31

71,223
71,085
71,508
72,606
72,648

70,669
70,760
71,035
72,031
72,021

33,090
33,176
33,325
33,350
33,456

33,644
33,501
33,798
33,925
34,083

20,171
30,314
20,489
20,472
20,571

225
157
121
119
134

953
949
955
975
943

123
128
128
124
127

567
564
565
565
557

5,615
5,618
5,633
5,638
5,653

554
325
473
575
627

5,902
5,913
5,912
5,935
5,950

466
467
478
478
479

7
14
21
28

72,340
72,526
72,652
73,260

71,733
71,835
71,926
72,603

33,510
33,807
33,787
33,831

34,117
34,498
34,513
34,488

20,667
20,848
20,872
20,865

137
172
153
228

912
966
943
920

124
120
121
122

556
556
556
558

5,655
5,675
5,671
5,670

607
691
726
657

5,939
5,949
5,950
5,949

480
479
479
481

5
12
19
26

73,072
73,771
74,842
74,878

72,712
73,286
74,166
74,280

34,158
34,452
34,836
34,905

34,518
34,937
35,512
35,503

21,006
21,219
21,442
21,592

370
421
440
388

950
970
1,080
1,031

119
117
116
118

558
563
579
573

5,661
5,669
5,673
5,668

360
485
676
598

5,974
5,974
5,987
6,030

480
481
481
495

200

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES—Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued
o f dollars)
Investments

Balances with—

U.S. G overnm ent securities

Certif­
icates

Notes
and
bonds

O ther
securities

Cash
items
in
process
o f col­
lection

C ur­
rency
and
coin

Reserves
with
F.R .
Banks

D o­
mestic
banks

Foreign
banks

O ther
assets

Total
assets

Date

Total

Bills

33,294
33,046
32,634
32,443
31,504

2,470
2,368
2,209
2,081
1,618

30,824
30,678
30,425
30,362
29,886

6,501
6,486
6,515
6,503
6,482

6,846
5,796
6,472
5,596
5,674

894
890
838
851
795

13,045
12,923
13,753
13,519
14,260

2,874
2,422
2,555
2,295
2,166

132
137
126
131
123

1,235
1,237
1,252
1,264
1,302

96,238
94,229
95,445
94,040
93,847

Jan.

3
10
17
24
31

31,093
30,858
30,900
30,791

1,444
1,402
1,505
1,577

29,649
29,456
29,395
29,214

6,463
6,461
6,454
6,521

5,042
7,276
5,693
6,340

818
882
833
823

14,145
13,945
13,981
14,173

2,113
2,362
2,177
2,203

121
118
123
132

1,319
1,317
1,331
1,383

92,783
95,141
93,369
94,555

Feb.

7
14
21
28

30,606
30,782
31,198
30,886

1,479
1,718
2,220
1,933

29,127
29,064
28,978
28,953

6,539
6,583
6,562
6,605

5,690
7,017
5,647
5,587

828
871
834
872

14,056
14,518
14,339
14,150

2,273
2,518
2,368
2,118

124
135
126
129

1,373
1,377
1,244
1,279

93,634
95,974
95,005
94,333

M ar.

7
14
21
28

30,674
30,713
30,750
30,805

1,812
1,829
1,842
1,946

28,862
28,884
28,908
28,859

6,599
6,617
6,625
6,580

5,478
5,787
6,192
5,419

796
844
826
849

14,234
14,536
14,651
14,267

2,280
2,422
2,413
2,247

117
100
106
112

1,284
1,293
1,295
1,318

94,311
94,689
95,239
94,075

Apr.

4
11
18
25

30,836
30,339
30,425
30,382
30,443

1,971
1,641
1,742
1,696
1,769

28,865
28,698
28,683
28,686
28,674

6,611
6,505
6,489
6,497
6,498

5,493
5,042
6,567
5,278
5,659

795
839
821
845
861

13,960
13,864
14,044
13,741
13,712

2,217
2,161
2,378
2,229
2,129

108
110
99
112
113

1,350
1,348
1,342
1,336
1,364

94,031
92,756
94,833
93,034
93,207

May

2
9
16
23
30

30,207
30,555
31,186
31,176

1,806
2,147
2,800
2,745

28,401
28,408
26,804
26,846

6,498
6,508
6,571
6,582

5,210
6,264
5,844
5,515

832
883
843
890

14,216
14,463
14,513
14,249

2,331
2,635
2,474
2,242

111
113
109
110

1,372
1,378
1,258
1,285

93,109
95,228
95,475
94,926

June

1,582
1,585

6
13
20
27

30,886
30,697
30,739
30,949

2,457
2,338
2,325
2,500

1,573
1,553
1,539
1,499

26,856
26,806
26,875
26,950

6,616
6,656
6,675
6,656

6,099
5,717
5,921
5,196

812
911
858
863

14,205
14,288
14,243
14,091

2,299
2,338
2,433
2,320

100
99
103
111

1,291
1,274
1,264
1,280

95,074
94,726
94,907
93,975

July

4
11
18
25

30,997
30,920
30,949
30,983
30,930

2,648
2,592
2,670
2,716
2,593

2,224
2,299
2,252
2,246
2,239

26,125
26,029
26,027
26,021
26,098

6,616
6,628
6,596
6,581
6,642

5,842
5,020
6,174
5,125
4,851

807
839
829
852
896

14,051
14,226
14,184
14,119
14,092

2,318
2,289
2,478
2,290
2,151

107
114
117
112
116

1,308
1,335
1,334
1,333
1,342

94,533
93,851
95,421
94,162
93,936

Aug.

1
8
15
22
29

30,768
30,722
31,333
31,212

2,436
2,368
2,962
2,934

2,219
2,186
2,538
2,493

26,113
26,168
25,833
25,785

6,606
6,621
6,727
6,714

5,625
6,659
6,131
5,851

847
916
881
912

13,794
14,035
14,633
14,317

2,278
2,471
2,478
2,311

110
114
96
88

1,390
1,385
1,240
1,255

94,416
96,305
97,063
96,142

Sept.

5
12
19
26

30,878
30,849
30,976
31,940
31,926

2,711
2,678
2,800
3,763
3,748

2,768
2,798
3,038
3,056
3,010

25,399
25,373
25,138
25,121
25,168

6,701
6,735
6,734
6,741
6,639

5,603
5,446
7,187
5,747
6,292

855
919
886
901
870

14,844
14,707
14,748
14,668
14,437

2,447
2,586
2,760
2,559
2,439

61
52
43
39
35

1,272
1,271
1,280
1,274
1,332

96,305
96,066
98,412
97,794
98,053

Oct.

3
10
17
24
31

31,596
31,457
31,524
32,082

3,455
3,336
3,346
3,949

2,982
2,990
3,010
2,994

25,159
25,131
25,168
25,139

6,627
6,571
6,615
6,690

5,666
7,694
6,576
5,828

896
981
874
987

14,385
14,555
14,569
14,462

2,439
2,661
2,417
2,315

53
53
58
60

1,331
1,352
1,351
1,385

97,110
99,822
98,497
98,297

Nov.

7
14
21
28

31,856
32,115
32,577
32,522

3,837
4,048
4,525
4,512

2,960
2,995
3,611
3,583

25,059
25,072
24,441
24,427

6,698
6,719
6,753
6,853

5,789
6,965
6,455
6,494

902
1,033
1,005
1,077

14,722
14,688
15,334
14,930

2,292
2,462
2,593
2,482

61
37
35
44

1,423
1,451
1,377
1,391

98,261
100,407
101,641
101,296

Dec.

5
12
19
26

1951

. . . . . ---------




201

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BANK S,
(In million!)
D em an d deposits
T o tal
dem and
and
tim e
deposits

D ate

T o tal
A djusted

Individuals,
p artn ersh ip s,
a n d corps.

S tates an d
political
subdivisions

U.S.
G o v ern m en t

In te rb an k
D om estic

U nadjusted

Certified
an d
officers'
checks

F o reig n

1951
Jan .

3
10
17
24
31

87,674
85,768
86,923
85,404
84.696

51,292
51,306
51,702
51,684
51,232

71,962
69,986
71.190
69,679
68,970

52,810
52,130
53,202
52,276
51,760

3.480
3.427
3.428
3,513
3,657

1,194
1,089
1,261
1,398
1,622

11,221
10,399
10,403
9,654
9,089

1,409
1,396 I
1.352 ,
1.347
1.353 |

1,848
1,545
1.544
1,491
1,489

F eb.

7
14
21
28

83,819
86,427
84,717
85,684

50,781
50,510
50,491
50,649

68,090
70,733
69,029
69,983

50,767
52,684
51,285
51,813

3,619
3,574
3,541
3,640

1,739
1,983
2,462
2,588

9,181
9,637
9,050
9,034

1.347 !
1,327 1
1.333
1,372 j

1.437
1,528
1,358
1,536

M ar.

7
14
21
28

84,802
87,525
86,421
85,459

50,577
51,826
50,321
49,487

69,097
71,804
70,683
69,682

51,078
53,660
51,092
50,104

3,476
3,433
3,436
3,489

2,108
1,992
4,248
4,622

9,383
9,615
9,124
8,646

1,713
1,750
1.440
1,481

Apr.

4
11
18
25

85,667
86,266
86.696
85,388

49,042
49,205
49,870
50,214

69,920
70,507
70,950
69,657

49,511
50,346
51,039
50,645

3,488
3,365
3,521
3,686

957
821
241
882

9,024
9,299
9,271
8,765

1.339 |
1.354 f
1.343 j
1.340
I
1,419
1,395 1
1.376
1.377

M ay

2
9
16
23
30

85,183
83,879
85.742
84,120
84,217

50,163
49,572
49,350
49,865
50,034

69,490
68,167
70,041
68,440
68,513

50,257
49,552
50,932
50,189
50,591

3,950
3,792
3,685
3,719
3,857

3,520
3,149
3,380
3,197
3,005

8,971
9,057
9,392
8,761 |
8,476

1.343
1.347
1,352
1.339
1.339

1,449
1.270
1,300
1,235
1,245

6
13
20
27

84,494
86,505
86.742
86,071

50,286
51,133
50,875
49,916

68,759
70,700
70,908
70.191

50,455
52,606
51,791
50,500

3,680
3,584
3,537
3,589

2,723
2,397
3,569
4,679

9,207 j
9,564 J
9,331
8,781

4
11
18
25

86,316
85,816
85,895
85,255

49,340
49,667
49,892
50.533

70,416
69,871
69,948
69.321

50,250
50,622
51,021
50,971

3.644
3.480
3,336
3,532

4,339
3,619
3,111
2,962

9,345 i
9,578 |
9,759
9,364 ;

15
22
29

85,552
84,988
86,355
85,193
84,878

50,383
50,185
49,909
50,296
50,976

69,623
69.033
70,400
69,234
68,860

50,860
50,410
51,573
50,914
51,174

3.644
3,457
3.331
3.331
3.362

2,673
2,812
3.010
2,959
2,609

9,472
9,772
10,061
9,604
9,189

1.333 1
1,342 I
1.289
1,300
i
1,293
1.290 1
1.265 ,
1.266
I
1,253 i
1,244
1,246 |
1,250 ;
1,235 1

5
12
19
26

85.332
87,173
87,824
87,152

50,584
51,420
51.357
50.533

69.321
71,160
71,778
71,071

51,479
53,473
52,801
51,696

3.331
3,236
3,247
3,300

2,082
1,548
2,833
3,747

9,802 i
10,311
10,259
9,739 1

1,228

1

1,399
1,370
1.440
1,388

O ct.

3
10
17
24
31

87,377
87.333
89,539
88,698
88,736

50,517
50,878
51,323
52,251
52,124

71.270
71,203
73,385
72,522
72,479

51,395
51,846
53,988
53,312
53,517

3,291
3,214
3,118
3,311
3.465

3,690
3.011
2,365
2,835
2,543

10,228 '
10,645 1
11,269 i
10,465
10,295

1,232 |
1.223 !
1,241 i
1.224
1.225

1.434
1,264
1,404
1,375
1.434

Nov.

7
14
21
28

87,783
90,306
89,012
88,638

52,175
52,249
52.357
53,040

71,505
74.034
72,794
72,409

53,086
55,163
54,031
53,964

3,485
3,387
3,315
3.466

1,855
1,795
2,104
2,241

10,591
11,057 J
10,505 I
10,074 !

1,218
1.239
1.252
1.226

1.270
1,393
1,587
1.438

5
12
19
26

88,308
90,562
91,815
91,263

53,204
54,243
54,822
54,059

72,065
74.270
75,499
74,863

54,047
56,209
55,996
55,493

3,378
3.363
3,391
3,410

1,427
1,200
2,016
2,319

10,406 1
10,610 I
10,920 i
10,672

1.239
1.252
1,286
1,319 I

1,568
1,636
1,890
1,650

July

A ug.

Sept.




202

\

|
I
*

|
t
j
!

!

1,222 1

1,198 ,
1,201

1,521
1,281
1,502
1,302

1,361
1,207
1,391
1,342
1.545
1,282
1,456
1,226
1,721
1,338
1,179
1,176
1,291

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEKLY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Time deposits

Total

Individ­ States and
uals, p art­ political
nerships,
subdivi­
and corps.
sions

Borrowings

U. S.

Interbank

From
F. R.
Banks

ment
Domestic

Foreign

.

T ?tal

O ther
liabilities

Capital
accounts

and
capital
accounts

O ther

Date

1951
15,712
15,782
15,733
15,725
15,726

14,615
14,632
14,578
14,537
14,533

644
659
661
685
689

127
127
127
126
128

326
364
367
377
376

469
370
414
517
982

1,572
1,559
1,587
1,593
1,627

6,523
6,532
6,521
6,526
6,542

96,238
94,229
95,445
94,040
93,847

Jan.

3
10
17
24
31

15,729
15,694
15,688
15,701

14,516
14,492
14,479
14,495

712
703
706
703

127
124
126
126

374
375
377
377

825
551
478
664

1,580
1,615
1,640
1,647

6,559
6,548
6,534
6,560

92,783
95,141
93,369
94,555

Feb.

7
14
21
28

15,705
15,721
15,738
15,777

14,499
14,513
14,527
14,555

700
700
700
697

126
126
127
127

380
382
384
398

647
281
462
717

1,625
1,617
1,576
1,603

6,560
6,551
6,546
6,554

93,634
95,974
95,005
94,333

M ar.

7
14
21
28

15,747
15,759
15,746
15,731

14,555
14,556
14,524
14,519

719
727
735
728

127
127
127
128

346
349
360
356

490
215
311
416

1,583
1,625
1,650
1,681

6,571
6,583
6,582
6,590

94,311
94,689
95,239
94,075

Apr.

4
11
18
25

15,693
15,712
15,701
15,680
15,704

14,477
14,494
14,485
14,473
14,485

732
735
741
734
746

129
130
128
130
131

355
353
347
343
342

567
591
797
580
664

1,663
1,657
1,668
1,704
1,714

6,618
6,629
6,626
6,630
6,612

94,031
92,756
94,833
93,034
93,207

May

2
9
16
23
30

15,735
15,805
15,834
15,880

14,514
14,585
14,613
14,661

749
747
745
743

132
132
135
135

340
341
341
341

257
358
398
500

1,729
1,701
1,660
1,666

6,629
6,664
6,675
6,689

93,109
95,228
95,475
94,926

June

6
13
20
27

15,900
15,945
15,947
15,934

14,646
14,684
14,692
14,677

740
742
737
738

135
140
140
140

379
379
378
379

440
612
708
383

1,619
1,597
1,606
1,632

6,699
6,701
6,698
6,705

95,074
94,726
94,907
93,975

July

4
11
18
25

15,929
15,955
15,955
15,959
16,018

14,673
14,690
14,685
14,708
14,741

740
742
743
733
751

138
139
143
143
143

378
384
384
375
383

627
457
634
551
602

1,626
1,669
1,718
1,700
1,730

6,728
6,737
6,714
6,718
6,726

94,533
93,851
95,421
94,162
93,936

Aug.

1
8
15
22
29

16,011
16,013
16,046
16,081

14,736
14,736
14,761
14,795

746
740
737
734

145
147
148
147

384
390
400
405

540
631
785
518

1,795
1,763
1,714
1,721

6,749
6,738
6,740
6,751

94,416
96,305
97,063
96,142

Sept.

5
12
19
26

16,107
16,130
16,154
16,176
16,257

14,831
14,847
14,874
14,878
14,958

728
726
723
720
719

149
151
152
151
152

399
406
405
427
428

450
210
324
502
644

1,710
1,758
1,788
1,805
1,840

6,768
6,765
6,761
6,789
6,833

96,305
96,066
98,412
97,794
98,053

Oct.

3
10
17
24
31

16,278
16,272
16,218
16,229

14,971
14,963
14,918
14,915

718
719
706
720

156
157
157
157

433
433
437
437

628
770
739
870

1,867
1,921
1,928
1,950

6,832
6,825
6,818
6,839

97,110
99,822
98,497
98,297

Nov.

7
14
21
28

16,243
16,292
16,316
16,400

14,939
14,986
15,022
15,104

716
724
714
715

161
163
163
163

427
419
417
418

1,093
974
957
1,177

2,022
2,039
2,042
2,019

6,838
6,832
6,827
6,837

98,261
100,407
101,641
101,296

Dec.

5
12
19
26




_

203




BANKS

LJEJ

4.1 ASSETS AND
A. M EM BER BANK S,
(In millions
Loans
Loans and
investments

F o r purchasing o r carrying
securities

Total
Com­
mercial,
indus­
trial,
and ag­
ricul­
tural

To brokers and
dealers

Total

Total
ad ­
justed

A d­
justed

2
9
16
23
30

75,131
74,645
75,141
74,516
74,946

74,566
74,009
74,410
73,995
74,123

34,951
34,539
34,756
34,396
34,280

35,516
35,175
35,487
34,917
35,103

21,588
21,433
21,605
21,449
21.320

313
178
129 I
86
109

6
13
20
27

74,682
74,598
74,418
74,449

74,144
74,019
73,862
73,758

34,318
34,331
34,430
34,358

34,856
34,910
34,986
35,049

21,271
21,307
21,311
21,322

5
12
19
26

74,339
74,561
74.844
74,659

73,569
73,916
74,326
74,261

34,335
34,537
34,812
34,668

35,105
35,182
35,330
35,066

2
9
16
23
30

74,024
73.844
74,029
74,004
74,265

73,482
73,289
73,625
73,595
73,824

34,623
34,545
34,649
34,711
34,701

7
14
21
28

74,095
74,157
74,290
74,774

73,713
73,675
74,785
74,309

4
11
18
25

74,657
74,882
75,928
76,344

2
9
16
23
30

U.S.
Govt.
securi­
ties

To
others

Real
Loans I All
estate I to
| other
| banks I

M em o:
val­
uation
reserves

Other
securi­
ties

U.S.
Govt.
securi­
ties

1,034
949
1,031
883
867

121
114
113
103
108

573
571
568
565
565 !

108
140
258
179

984
897
905

106
107
103
104

563
565
567
563

5,735
5,747
5,736
5,729

538 f 6,101
579 i 6,100
556 j 6,109
6,106
691

550
550
551
550

21,324
21,404
21,642
21,537

185
241
238
166

904
940
972
971

105
105
105
104

562
565
564
565

5,719
5,720
5,723
5,730

770
645
518
398 1

6,090
6,116
6,123
6,153

554
554
555
558

35,165
35,100
35,053
35,120
35,142

21,345
21,221
21,221
21,044 I
20 966 I

207
266
315
476
539

1,078
1,069
1,110
1,166
1,165

119
107
107
106
97

567
566
572
573
572

5,735
5,736
5,756
5,758
5,753

542
6,130
555 1 6,137
404
6,125
409
6,144
441
6,166

558
557
557
556
557

34,648
34,634
34,560
34,770

35,030
35,116
35,065
35,235

20,892 I
20,874
20,800 1
20,697

597
561
457
656

1,118
1,136
1,185
1,238

95
97
98
96

572
572
572
571

5,756
5,765
5,760
5,771

382 ! 6,175
482 1 6,186
505
6,246
465
6,299

557
557
558
558

74,274
74,460
75,305
75,712

34,626
34,637
35,018
35,317

35,009
35,059
35,641
35,949

20,591
20,687
20,946 I
20,955

571
536
560
724

1,283
1,185
1,227
1,306

96
95
105
106

567
564
557
559

5,768
5,778
5,787
5,806

383 , 6,308
422 ! 6,350
623
6,395
632
6,42(1

558
558
559
559

78,448
77,676
77,596
77,149
77,078

77,686
77,092
76,924
76,724
76,682

36,103
35,668
35,475
35,408
35,320

36,865
36,252
36,147
35,833
35,716

1,386
20,738
1,039
20,750
813
20,808
730
20,799
626
20,756 I

1,421
1,343
1.316
1,316
1,373

226
217
215
200
157

574
570
571
571
571

5,812
5,822
5,825
5,839
5,850

762
584
672
425 i
396

6,507
6,488
6,491
6,517
6,552

561
561
564
564
565

6
13
20
27

76.605
76,534
76,288
76,440

76,007
75,899
75,646
75,818

35,338
35,284
35,183
35,354

35,936
35,919
35,825
35,976

20,834
20,900
20,978
21,108

383
317
260
282

1,525
1,456
1,243
1,221

149
140
135
137

578
574
654
655

5,860
5,882
5,890
5,897

598
635
642 ,
622

6,574
6,580
6,589
6,621

565
565
566
567

3
10
17
24

76,130
76,250
76,960
76,488

75,515
75,661
76,091
75,795

35,472
35,734
36,038
36.004

36,087
36,323
36,907
36,697

21,200

21,419
21,692
21,782

246
266
234
164

1,225
1,207
1,230
1,145

139
133
136
135

662
656
646
649

5,911
5,946
5,953
5,963

615
589
869
693 |

6,656
6,675
6,715
6,733

567
568
568
567

1
8
15
22
29

76,723
78,349
78.606
77,909
77,954

75,896
77,671
77,804
77,359
77,333

36,254
36.535
36,891
36,866
37.018

37,081
37,213
37.693
37,416
37,639

21,854
21,990
22,236
22,333
22,457

184
274
294
259
271

1,238
1,281
1,300
1,206
1,173

132
130
129
118
116

646
645
650
649
635

5,977
5,986
6,006
6,020
6,032

827 i 6,789
678 j 6,798
802
6,847
550
6,852
6,904
621

566
569
571
571
570

5
12
19
26

77,995
77,971
78,081
79,447

77,565
77,525
77,582
78,986

37,364
37,675
37,817
38.004

37,794
38,121
38,316
38,465 I

22,670
22,911
23,043
23,058

379
395
368
508

1,153
1,187
1,194
1,200

116
112
110
112

632
631
632
629

6,035
6,061
6,078
6,078

430 j 6,951
446
6,950
499 | 6,965
461
6,993

572
572
573
574

3
10
17
24
31

79,248
79,338
79,977
79,803
79,486

78,815
78,915
79,344
79,285
79,335

38.019
38,290
38.535
38,785
38,953

38,452 I 23,130
38.693 23.321
39,168 23,423
39,303 23,494 I
39,104 23,390

431
422
480
552
709

1,181
1,197
1,226
1,232
1,293

110
113
116
126
153

624
626
644
653
654

6,081
6,085
6,073
6,096
6,095

433
7,039
423
7,082
633 I 7,151
518
7,201
151 1 7,253

577
576
578
569
594

204

915

Other
securi­
ties

5,733
5,737
5,744
5,750
.5 ,7 4 5

565
636
731
521
823 '

I

6,132
6,103
6,111 ;
6,103
6,114

543
546
545
548
548

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Investments

Balances with—

U. S. Governn ncnt securit ies

Certif­
icates

Notes
and
bonds

O ther
securities

Cash
items
in
process
o f col­
lection

C ur­
rency
and
coin

Reserves
with
F.R .
Banks

D o­
mestic
banks

Foreign
banks

O ther
assets

Total
assets

D ate

Total

Bills

32,682
32,541
32,756
32,649
32,900

4,193
4,148
4,296
4,169
4,393

3,651
3,613
3,663
3,714
3,760

24,838
24,780
24,797
24,766
24,747

6,933
6,929
6,898
6,950
6,943

7,929
5,537
6,812
5,612
5,581

1,002
991
925
920
926

15,043
15,078
15,166
15,428
14,935

2,963
2,674
2,801
2,698
2,415

48
57
56
51
46

1,420
1,415
1,436
1,437
1,469

103,536
100,397
102,337
100,662
100,318

Jan.

2
9
16
23
30

32,833
32,651
32,431
32,357

4,302
4,108
3,905
3,920

3,812
3,857
3,902
3,868

24,719
24,686
24,624
24,569

6,993
7,037
7,001
7,043

5,298
7,467
6,067
5,985

868
964
909
944

14,935
14,962
14,909
14,659

2,329
2,519
2,402
2,392

43
42
44
37

1,477
1,492
1,520
1,548

99,632
102,044
100,269
100,014

Feb.

6
13
20
27

32,173
32,312
32,416
32,420

3,822
4,018
4,195
4,152

3,762
3,744
3,773
3,783

24,589
24,550
24,448
24,485

7,061
7,067
7,098
7,173

5,601
6,540
6,076
5,679

852
920
896
905

14,660
14,687
15,722 ,
15,147

2,376
2,499
2,787
2,726

40
35
37
38

1,552
1,547
1,440
1,439

99,420
100,789
101,802
100,593

M ar.

5
12
19
26

31,604
31,454
31,690
31,671
31,917

3,465
3,341
3,578
3,494
3,688

3,675
3,636
3,675
3,709
3,752

24,464
24,477
24,437
24,468
24,477

7,255
7,290
7,286
7,213
7,206

5,865
5,481
6,990
6,189
6,391

839
896
886
895
865

14,644
14,552
15,067
14,848
14,901

2,692
2,398
2,541
2,292
2,320

40
41
37
40
36

1,470
1,454
1,456
1,446
1,465

99,574
98 666
101,006
99,714
100,243

Apr.

2
9
16
23
30

31,845
31,854
32,035
32,174

3,477
3,445
3,532
3,601

3,801
3,779
3,793
3,796

24,567
24,630
24,710
24,777

7,220
7,187
7,190
7,365

5,406
6,603
6,281
6,096

870
931
884
960

14,936
14,859
15,106
14,770

2,286
2,475
2,333
2,334

41
43
40
36

1,464
1,464
1,473
15,04

99,098
100,532
100,407
100,474

May

7
14
21
28

32,359
32,504
32,850
32,934

3,738
3,907
4,072
4,ltl

3,763
3,756
3,766
3,723

24,858
24,841
25,012
25,100

7,289
7,319
7,437
7,461

6,089
6,196
7,084
6.261

957
1,012
963
997

14,848
14,838
15,959
14,959

2,340
2,399
2,572
2,388

44
41
39
40

1,525
1,515
1,422
1,428

100,460
100,883
103,967
102,417

June

4
(1
18
25

34,044
33,820
33,862
33,719
33,726

3,789
3,472
3,540
3,419
3,366

3,954
3,904
3,855
3,799
3,763

26,301
26,444
26,467
26,501
26,597

7,539
7,604
7,587
7,597
7,636

6,932
6,012
6,898
5,810
5,839

920
993
942
955
978

15,047
15,140
15,215
15,157
15,309

2,565
2,436
2,518
2,348
2,280

38
31
35
31
31

1,417
1,403
1,412
1,412
1,447

105,367
103,691
104,616
102,862
102,962

July

2
9
16
23
30

33,040
32,951
32,808
33,683

2,892
2,840
2,810
2,753

3 548
3,512
3,424
3,403

26,600
26,599
26,574
26,527

7,629
7,664
7,655
7,781

5,384
6,370
5,836
5,514

909
964
924
979

15,013
14,895
15,093
14,683

2,381
2,483
2,371
2,286

31
37
39
38

1,458
1,461
1,448
1,478

101,781
102,744
101,999
101,418

Aug.

6
13
20
27

32,368
32,223
32,360
32,127

2,625
2,530
2,830
2,632

3,268
3,208
3,126
3,121

26,475
26,485
26,404
26,374

7,675
7,704
7,693
7,664

6,032
6,121
7,357
5,860

938
995
926
953

14,578
15,022
15,610
15,312

2,346
2,398
2,755
2,685

45
33
38
35

1,500
1,514
1,398
1,411

101,569
102,333
105,044
102,744

Sept.

3
10
17
24

32,018
33,534
33,315
32,893
32,819

2,568
4,158
4,049
3,714
3,681

2,666
2,584
2,543
2,474
2,482

26,784
26,792
26,723
26,705
26,656

7,624
7,602
7,598
7,600
7,496

7,072
6,071
8,927
6,611
6,209

896
930
956
948
1,001

14,850
14,917
15,195
15,407
15,171

2,424
2,410
2,726
2,435
2,369

37
37
37
39
43

1,432
1,406
1,379
1,398
1,429

103,434
104,120
107,826
104,747
104,176

Oct.

1
8
15
22
29

32,745
32,480
32,321
33,517

3,622
3,428
3,390
4,574

2,463
2,468
2,490
2,467

26,660
26,584
26,441
26,476

7,456
7,370
7,444
7,465

7,222
8,381
7,083
6,928

928
1,044
969
986

14,998
15,067
15,293
15,595

2,441
2,579
2,553
2,392

39
37
39
35

1,470
1,473
1,486
1,505

105,093
106,552
105,504
106,888

Nov.

5
12
19
26

33,420
33,290
33,396
33,091
32,967

4,545
4,495
4,568
4,336
4,163

2,488
2,470
2,474
2,453
2,467

26,387
26,325
26,354
26,302
26,337

7,376
7,355
7,413
7,409
7,415

6,395
6,566
7,308
7,251
8,812

987
1,084
1,084
966
1,013

15,553
15,491
15,676
15,792
14,549

2,414
2,395
2,618
2,524
3,079

38
39
30
55
73

1,533
1,551
1,464
1,460
1,469

106,168
106,464
108,157
107,851
108,481

Dec.

3
10
17
24
31

1952




205

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA NK S,
(In millions
Demand deposits.
Total
demand
and
time
deposits

Date

Total
Adjusted

Individuals,
U.S.
States and '
.[partnerships. I political
j Government i
and corps. I subdivisions

Unadjusted

Interbank
Domestic

j

Foreign

Certified
and
officers'
checks

1952
Jan.

2
9
16
23
30

94,158
90,854
92,751
91,288
90,519

54,098
54,429
55,277
55,327
55,041

77,463
74,102
76,043
74,560
73,774

56,271
55,079
57,020
55,959
55,504

3,632
3,499
3,544
3,590
3,747

2,257
1,631
1,269
1,368
1,671

11,831
11,212
11,393
10,979
10,220

1,348
1,293
1,292
1,274
1 , 261

2,124
1,388
1,525
1,390
1,371

Feb.

6
13
20
27

90,010
91,93!
90,318
89,963

54,220
53,811
53,269
53,387

73,218
75,119
73,485
73,085

54,373
55,997
54,163
54,335

3,777
3,709
3,583
3,651

2,133
2,334
2,881
2,585

10,327
10,288
10,027
9,899

1,240
1,219
1,241
1,229

1,368
1,572
1,590
1,386

Mar.

5
12
19
26

89,242
90,826
92,356
91,242

53,329
54,114
53,702
52,615

7 2 ,3 13
73,817
75,345
74,220

53,931
55,610
54,832
53,177

3,538
3,459
3,422
3,581

1,977
1,708
3 r 616
4,491

10,160
10,215
10,704
10,182

1,246
1,240
1,247
1,253

1,461
1,585
1,524
1,536

Apr.

2
9
16
23
30

90,126
89,108
91,158
89,660
90,346

51,856
51,883
52,523
52,863
53,026

73,109
72,074
74,120
72,620
73,274

52,409
52,287
54,262
53,354
53,608

3,763
3,640
3,719
3,820
4,123

3,715
3,381
3,169
2,922
3,221

10,422
10,046
10,176
9,377
9,373

1,251
1,283
1,262
1,269
1,263

1,549
1,437
1,532
1,878
1,686

May

7
14
2!
28

88,828
90,498
90,532
90,340

52,599
52,662
52,881
53,565

71,731
73,387
73,377
73,126

52,489
53,926
53,470
53,840

4,065
3,957
3,919
4,067

2,735
2,957
3,474
2,945

9,749
9,943
9,459
9,219

1,242
1,222
1,282
1,301

1,451
1,382
1,773
1,754

June

4
11
18
25

90,238
90,734
93,821
92,607

53,216
53,905
54,637
53,575

72,995
73,456
76,516
75,263

53,913
55,069
56,039
53,975

3,854
3,643
3,615
3,857

2,731
2,283
3,233
4,465

9,666
9,811
10,302
9,680

1,293
1,261
1,260
1,282

1,538
1,389
2,067
2,004

July

2
9
16
23
30

95,289
93,592
94,158
92,602
92,432

52,409
52,451
52,707
53,166
53,479

77,923
76,235
76,790
75,208
75,040

53,509
53,143
54,620
53,874
53,879

3,749
3,697
3,489
3,538
3,750

6,995
6,187
5,691
5,255
4,860

10,322
10,310
10,248
9,732
9,541

1,265
1,275
1,246
1,245
1,321

2,083
1,623
1,496
1,564
1 ,689

Aug.

6
13
20
27

91,502
92,552
91,613
91,169

52,571
52,544
52,468
53,116

74,107
75,145
74,214
73,742

52,867
54,056
53,396
53,838

3,772
3,510
3,497
3,512

4,712
4,522
4,634
4,130

10,099
10,350
9,963
9,693

1,341
1,359
1,313
1,289

1,316
1,348
1,411
1,280

Sept.

3
10
17
24

91,203
92,008
94,987
92,829

52,982
53,634
53,932
52,990

73,744
74,506
77,470
75,266

53,941
54,923
56,098
54,042

3,609
3,497
3,407
3,386

3,186
2,839
3,675
4,533

10,197
10,587
11,214
10,565

1,347
1,325
1,292
1,318

1,464
1,335
1,784
1,422

Oct.

1
8
15
22
29

93,120
93,507
97,338
94,133
93,449

53,024
52,880
53,368
53,948
54,314

75,515
75,837
79,658
76,425
75,714

54,526
53,910
57,203
55,605
55,508

3,568
3,427
3,339
3,486
3,614

3,601
4,737
4,473
3,739
3,487

10,478
10,805
11,538
10,768
10,338

1,340
1,344
1,352
1,359
1,366

2,002
1,614
1,753
1,468
1,401

Nov.

5
12
19
26

94,034
95,618
94,547
95,876

53,760
54,042
53,956
54,688

76,211
77,789
76,745
78,054

55,633
57,100
55,810
56,306

3,736
3,581
3,529
3,604

3,100
2,966
3,379
4,751

10,792
11,043
10,999
10,352

1,337
1,357
1,328
1,335

1,613
1,742
1,700
1,706

Dec.

3
10
17
24
31

95,161
95,298
97,465
96,628
98,974

55,125
55,866
56,566
55,448
55,373

77,340
77,439
79,540
78,651
80,855

56,171
57,222
58,576
57,446
58,264

3,610
3,507
3,512
3,579
3,798

3,836
3,007
3,109
3,544
3,567

10,643
10,655
11,194
11,038
11,693

1,341
1,345
1,363
1,370
1,410

1,739
1,703
1,786
1,674
2,123




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LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Borrowings

Time deposits

Total

Individ­ States and
uals, part­ political
subdivi­
nerships,
sions
and corps.

U . S.
ment

Interbank
Domestic

From
F. R.
Banks

Foreign

Other

Other
liabilities

Capital
accounts

liabilities
and
capital
accounts

1

D ate

1952
16,695
16,752
16,708
16,728
16,745

15,404
15,451
15,412
15,427
15,429

716
725
725
727
733

162
164
156
163
166

413
412
415
411
417

500
658
706
450
825

1,955
1,954
1,959
1,998
2,030

6,923
6,931
6,921
6,926
6,944

103,536
100,397
102,337
100,662
100,318

Jan.

2
9
16
23
30

16,792
16,812
16,833
16,878

15,466
15,486
15,486
15,528

745
746762
766

165
166
169
169

416
414
416
415

654
1,088
911
959

2,010
2,059
2,090
2,123

6,958
6,966
6,950
6,969

99,632
102,044
100,269
100,014

Feb.

6
13
20
27

16,929
17,009
17,011
17,022

15,578
15,656
15,659
15,664

762
763
761
764

171
170
170
170

418
420
421
424

1,035
902
485
355

2,167
2,084
1,981
2,004

6,976
6,977
6,980
6,992

99,420
100,789
101,802
100,593

M ar.

5
12
19
26

17,017
17,034
17,038
17,040
17,072

15,641
15,660
15,669
15,677
15,700

769
771
770
768
772

169
170
172
171
172

438
433
427
424
428

465
571
851
1,059
872

1,974
1,971
1,984
1,977
1,975

7,009
7,016
7,013
7,018
7,050

99,574
98,666
101,006
99,714
100,243

Apr.

2
9
16
23
30

17,097
17,111
17,155
17,214

15,728
15,726
15,766
15,813

768
784
782
785

173
171
175
175

428
430
432
441

1,210
954
799
1,021

1,988
2,015
2,013
2,034

7,072
7,065
7,063
7,079

99,098
100,532
100,407
100,474

May

7
14
21
28

17,243
17,278
17,305
17,344

15,842
15,867
15,892
15,939

779
775
775
767

174
176
175
178

1,095
1,062
1,059
717

2,037
1,998
2,000
1,999

7,090
7,089
7,087
7,094

100,460
100,883
103,967
102,417

June

4
11
18
25

17,366
17,357
17,368
17,394
17,392

15,947
15,934
15,928
15,951
15,947

768
770
781
783
784

179
179
182
182
186

448
460
463
460 ....................
472
474
477
478
475

1,025
1,104
1,436
1,216
1,499

1,945
1,896
1,939
1,947
1,927

7,108
7,099
7,083
7,097
7,104

105,367
103,691
104,616
102,862
102,962

July

2
9
16
23
30

17,395
17,407
17,399
17,427

15,973
15,973
15,965
15,984

778
777
772
771

183
189
189
190

461
468
473
482

1,202
1,106
1,281
1,139

1,952
1,963
1,985
1,983

7,125
7,123
7,120
7,127

101,781
102,744
101,999
101,418

Aug.

6
13
20
27

17,459
17,502
17,517
17,563

16,012
16,046
16,066
16,108

770
772
764
764

190
188
193
192

487
496
494
499

1,254
1,166
892
709

1,960
2,012
2,023
2,058

7,152
7,147
7,142
7,148

101,569
102,333
105,044
102,744

S ept

3
10
17
24

17,605
17,670
17,680
17,708
17,735

16,144
16,212
16,220
16,249
16,266

761
752
744
742
743

190
191
191
191
189

510
515
525
526
537

1,071
1,376
1,229
1,345
1,405

2,066
2,049
2,078
2,084
2,119

7,177
7,188
7,181
7,185
7,203

103,434
104,120
107,826
104,747
104,176

Oct.

1
8
15
22
29

17,823
17,829
17,802
17,822

16,342
16,327
16,272
16,295

747
748
754
751

192
194
195
195

542
560
581
581

1,718
1,618
1,634
1,632

2,117
2,091
2,116
2,163

7,224
7,225
7,207
7,217

105,093
106,552
105,504
106,888

Nov.

5
12
19
26

17,821
17,859
17,925
17,977
18,119

16,289
16,324
16,385
16,440
16,569

756
756
764
764
763

196
195
195
196
201

580
584
581
577
586

1,626
1,756
1,296
1,824
145

2,143
2,190
2,174
2,165
2,104

7,238
7,220
7,222
7,234
7,258

106,168
106,464
108,157
107,851
108,481

Dec.

3
10
17
24
31




207




BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA NK S,
(In millions
Loans
Loans and
investments
Total

Total

Total
ad ­
justed

Ad­
justed

N et

Com ­
mercial,
indus­
trial,
and ag­
ricul­
tural

F or purchasing or carrying
securities
To brokers and
dealers
U.S.
Other
Govt,
securisecuri- ;
ties

1
|

To
others

Real
estate

All
other

Loans
to
j banks

j

U.S. I Other
G ovt. | securisccuri- | ties
ties

M em o:
| valI uation
1
| reserves

i

7
14
21
28

79,095
78,955
78,728
78,313

78,645
78,417
78,103
77,833

38,445
38,227
38,165
38,207

38,895
38,765
38,790
38.687

23,159
23,188
23,087
23,011

468
283
257
331

1,271
1,179
1,195
1,212

137
132
136
134

657
659
663
665

6,094 I
6,106
6,104
6,120

450
538
625
480

7,260
7,281
7,324
7,335

601
601
601
601

4
11
18
25

77,958
77.878
78,014
77,711

77,593
77,483
77,283
77,003

38,235
38,290
38.161
38,067

38,600
38.685
38,892
38,775

22,952
22,989
22,881
22,869

408
426
351
287

1.178
1.179
1,204
1,172

132
135 I
134
134 I

678
666 I
665
661

6.121
6.122
6,135
6,147

365
395
731
708

7,369
7,377
7,395
7,405

603
604
604
608

4
11
18
25

77,534
77,844
78,010
77.808

76,965
77,455
77,395
77,032

38,201
38.584
38.826
38,812

38,770
38,973
39,441
39,588

22,922
23.139
23,418
23,337

1,482
1,589
1,505
1,513

796
791
792
792

6,156 *
6,167
6,159
6,173

569
389
615 |
776 :

7,455 I
7,507
7,561
7,607

610
609
609
610

1
8
15
22
29

76,827
76,882
76,925
76.412
76.301

76.050
76,423
76.493
75,919
75,690

38,870
39,049
39.162
38,884
38.826

39,647
39.508
39,594
39,377
39,437

23,269
23,297
23,287
23,156
23.133

1,561
1,703
1,756
1,612
1,540

808
797
807
796
789

6,176 j
6,180
6,210
6,206 !
6.214 j

777
459
432
493
611

7,665
7,681
7,711
7,723
7,760

609
609
609
609
610

6
13
20
27

76,238
75.809
76,017
75.879

75,685
75,435
75,136
75,009

38,955
38,889
38,804
38,671

39.508
39,263
39.685
39,541

23.139
23,083
22.965
22,836

1,633
1,574
1,625
1,564

796
802
789
784

6.214 i
6,227 j
6,246
6,260 I

553
374
881
870

7,784
7,812
7,789 I
7,838 :

611
609
610
611

3
10
17
24

75,981
76,466
76,640
76,065

75.051
75.597
76,023
75,355

38,509
38,797
39.037
38,733

39,439
39,666
39,654
39,443

22,690
22,732
22,985
22,797

1,547
1.762
1,716
1,567

779
767
769
746

6,257
6,274
6,293
6,304 <

930
869
617
710

7,847
7,872
7,893
7,938

611
610
619
619

1
8
15
22
29

76,545
76,067
80,048
79,992
79,606

75.597
75,300
79,620
79,337
79,160

38,701
38,599
38,840
38,968
38,935

39.649
39,366
39.268
39,623
39,381

22,585
22,590
22,651
22,671
22,643

1,719
1,603
1,764
1,863
1,830

755
747
751
764
763

6,302 j
6,306
6.322
6.322
6,326

948
767
428
655
446

7,960
7,973
7.972
7,967
7,992

620
620
620
619
619

5
12
19
26

79,870
79,814
79,349
79.301

79,200
79,133
78,738
78,647

39,141
39.282
39,123
39,033

39,811
39,963
39,734
39.687

22,799
22,912
22,940
22,891

1,878
1,882
1,714
1,666

740
746
745
735

6,321
6,343
6,348
6,358

670
681
611
654

8,022
8,020
7,997
8,005

619
621
621
622

2
9
16
23
30

79.385
79,138
79,482
78,916
78.901

78,623
78.493
78,805
78,087
78,499

39,305
39,454
39.584
39,113
39,303

40,067
40,099
40,261
39,942
39,705

22.965
22,957
23,295
23,035
23,103

1,850
2,017
1,802
1,615
1.763

732
731
737
729
726

6,365
6,372
6,383
6,392
6.397

762
645
677 I
829
402

8,016
7,999
7,988
7,963
7,935

623
622
621
621
621

7
14
21
28

79,115
78.902
79,072
79,538

78.343
78,246
78,222
78,732

39,402
39,381
39,079
39,488

40,174
40,037
39,929
40,294

23,146
23,201
23,112
23,301

1,792
1,696
1,460
1,663

734
732
728
724

6.398
6,418
6,425
6,438

772
656
850
806

7,953
7,955
7.975
7,983

621
621
621
621

4
11
18
25

79.413
80,494
80,540
80,371

78,858
79,759
79,822
79,810

39,669
39,915
39,793
39,649

40,224
40.650
40,511
40,210

23,315
23,340
23,377
23,205

1,847
2,003
1,861
1,869

720
773
755
762

6,427
6,445
6.457
6,462

555
735
718
561

7,982
7.975
7,965
7,971

622
621
622
620

2
9
16

80,522
80.386
81,058
80,896
81.302

79,819
79,662
80.344
80,226
80,656

39,565
39,587
39,846
40.037
40,374

40.268
40,311
40,560
40,707
41,020

23.134
23,081
23,130
23,361
23,380

1,877
1,947
2,135
2,016
2,248

748
753
757
827
S68

6,449
6.458
6,473
6,461
6,481

703
724
714
670
646

7,978
7,970
7.973
7,995
8,019

621
622
622
623
622

208

3
!
I
,

I

I

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES—Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued

of dollars)
Investments

Balances with—

U. S. G overnn lent securit ies

C ertif­
icates

Notes
and
bonds

O ther
securities

Cash
items
in
process
o f col­
lection

C ur­
rency
and
coin

Reserves
with
F.R .
Banks

D o­
mestic
banks

Fbreign
banks

O ther
assets

Total
assets

Date

Total

Bills

32
32
32
32

841
740
453
143

4,152
4,082
3,925
3,710

2,452
2,482
2,474
2,458

26,237
26,176
26,054
25,975

7,359
7,450
7,485
7,483

6,091
7,241
6,673
5,891

1,018
1,017
953
978

15,353
15,111
15,225
15,110

2,445
2,606
2,544
2,344

58
53
54
53

1,461
1,467
1,461
1,472

105,521
106,450
105,638
104,161

Jan.

7
14
21
28

31
31
31
31

885
729
535
478

3,464
3,281
3,224
3,156

2,496
2,567
2,299
2,271

25,925
25,881
26,012
26,051

7,473
7,464
7,587
7,458

5,794
6,637
6,843
6,805

902
956
929
992

15,146
14,917
14,879
14,701

2,307
2,321
2,487
2,410

60
58
56
40

1,508
1,525
1,499
1,509

103,675
104,292
104,707
104,168

Feb.

4
11
18
25

31
31
31
30

276
328
014
650

3,010
3,144
2,855
2,595

2,234
2,218
2,239
2,169

26,032
25,966
25,920
25,886

7,488
7,543
7,555
7,570

6,294
6,566
7,111
6,289

904
953
935
931

14,711
14,850
15,452
14,832

2,351
2,386
2,516
2,318

40
43
42
45

1,547
1,559
1,421
1,448

103,381
104,201
105,487
103,671

M ar.

4
11
18
25

29
29
29
29
29

547
736
622
384
249

1,701
1,852
1,832
1,659
1,583

2,115
2,158
2,115
2,062
2,038

25,731
25,726
25,675
25,663
25,628

7,633
7,638
7,709
7,651
7,615

6,689
6,920
7,843
6,339
6,232

883
924
916
931
973

14,038
14,320
14,574
14,266
14,247

2,635
2,291
2,508
2,372
2,324

46
45
42
41
43

1,466
1,469
1,473
1,455
1,485

102,584
102,851
104,281
101,816
101,605

Apr.

1
8
15
22
29

29
29
28
28

185
040
822
775

1,539
1,510
1,422
1,443

2,011
1,961
1,970
1,971

25,635
25,569
25,430
25,361

7,545
7,506
7,510
7,563

5,883
7,029
6,472
5,951

892
977
924
973

14,480
14,578
14,471
14,496

2,308
2,365
2,379
2,328

51
50
40
40

1,499
1,494
1,489
1,501

101,351
102,302
101,792
101,168

May

6
13
20
27

29
29
29
29

144
383
528
211

2,043
2,276
2,604
2,327

1,850
1,843
2,044
2,040

25,251
25,264
24,880
24,844

7,398
7,417
7,458
7,411

6,038
6,379
7,248
6,137

893
955
931
965

14,537
14,860
15,505
14,872

2,347
2,604
2,822
2,652

44
47
43
45

1,512
1,514
1,392
1,407

101,352
102,825
104,581
102,143

June

3
10
17
24

29
29
33
32
32

501
262
326
911
705

2,514
2,309
3,085
2,956
2,855

2,090
2,095
5,227
5,030
4,985

24,897
24,858
25,014
24,925
24,865

7,395
7,439
7,454
7,458
7,520

7,467
5,860
8,028
6,201
5,884

887
936
935
937
977

14,558
14,484
14,124
14,585
14,394

2,672
2,476
2,919
2,446
2,315

48
45
41
38
43

1,402
1,386
1,397
1,410
1,440

103,579
101,254
107,492
105,609
104,659

July

1
8
15
22
29

32
32
32
32

536
333
098
005

2,820
2,667
2,492
2,433

4,904
4,813
4,775
4,729

24,812
24,853
24,831
24,843

7,523
7,518
7,517
7,609

5,907
6,753
6,340
5,791

881
949
926
957

14,385
14,333
14,446
14,364

2,346
2,481
2,444
2,354

43
40
43
45

1,458
1,473
1,469
1,495

104,890
105,843
105,017
104,307

Aug.

5
12
19
26

31
31
31
31
31

797
512
604
393
663

2,289
2,106
2,237
2,034
2,317

4,705
4,691
5,607
5,591
5,522

24,803
24,715
23,760
23,768
23,824

7,521
7,527
7,617
7,581
7,533

6,034
6,402
8,117
6,619
7,391

899
954
950
965
936

14,139
13,929
14,383
14,186
14,212

2,441
2,513
2,756
2,632
2,604

38
40
43
46
50

1,542
1,533
1,472
1,459
1,512

104,478
104,509
107,203
104,823
105,606

Sept.

2
9
16
23
30

31
31
31
31

359
319
588
795

2,097
2,013
2,222
2,388

5,446
5,438
5,477
5,502

23,816
23,868
23,889
23,905

7,582
7,546
7,555
7,449

6,401
8,292
6,819
6,545

925
1,018
954
1,004

14,094
14,254
14,272
14,160

2,516
2,805
2,650
2,617

48
45
42
47

1,488
1,467
1,470
1,515

104,587
106,783
105,279
105,426

Oct.

7
14
21
28

31
32
32
32

652
448
605
745

2,236
2,152
2,308
2,399

5,485
5,424
5,460
5,401

23,931
24,872
24,837
24,945

7,537
7,396
7,424
7,416

6,979
6,932
7,506
6,764

948
1,002
985
975

14,483
14,280
14,749
14,604

2,493
2,559
2,659
2,483

53
51
46
42

1,520
1,529
1,581
1,599

105,889
106,847
108,066
106,838

Nov.

4
11
18
25

32
32
33
32
*2

792
668
036
696
800

2,394
2,350
2,745
2,489
2,569

5,399
5,363
5,348
5,344
5,303

24,999
24,955
24,943
24,863
24,928

7,462
7,407
7,462
7,493
7,482

6,769
6,384
7,570
7,037
7,733

982
1,089
1 ,067
1 ,034
1,066

14,235
14,494
14,821
14,665
14,701

2,568
2,424
2,779
2,709
2,972

49
46
48
59
66

1,639
1,660
1,539
1,540
1,569

106,764
106.483
108,882
107,940
109,409

Dec.

2
9
16
23
30

1953




209

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA N K S,
(In millions
Demand deposits
Total
demand
and
time
deposits

Date

Total
Adjusted

Individuals,
partnerships,
and corps.

States and
political
subdivisions

U.S.
Government

Unadjusted

Interbank
Domestic

Foreign

Certified
and
officers'
checks

1953
Jun.

7
14
21
28

94,673
95,785
95,048
93,349

55,211
55,602
55,738
55,546

76,600
77,738
76,987
75,271

56,035
57,471
57,108
56,112

3,689
3,625
3,735
3,894

2,744
2,214
2,227
2,362

11,197
11,353
11,022
10,158

1,357
1,328
1,327
1,314

1,578
1,747
1,568
1,431

Feb.

4
11
18
25

92,730
93,390
93,972
93,410

54,589
54,349
53,771
53,811

74,628
75,263
75,825
75,216

54,980
55,455
55,298
55,342

3,945
3,942
3,766
3,790

2,684
2,846
3,514
3,309

10,255
10,165
10,426
10,011

1,306
1,266
1,271
1,280

1,458
1,589
1,550
1,484

M ar.

4
11
18
25

92,716
93,247
94,685
92,999

53,876
54,841
54,479
53,275

74,446
74,948
76,378
74,683

54,819
56,317
5 6 ,t43
54,165

3,790
3,628
3,665
3,659

2,762
2,089
3,020
4,170

10,221
10,087
10,409
9,643

1,293
1,365
1,359
1,306

1,561
1,462
1,782
1,740

Apr.

1
8
15
22
29

92,106
92,284
93,710
91,249
91,008

51,802
52,723
53,542
53,897
54,176

73,827
73,905
75,351
72,854
72,585

52,785
53,751
55,717
54,765
54,608

3,828
3,703
3,948
4,010
4,241

3,934
3,056
2,437
1,672
1,426

10,092
9,878
10,194
9,636
9,436

1,310
1,328
1,335
1,310
1,315

1,878
2,189
1,720
1,461
1,559

May

6
13
20
27

9Q.704
91,501
91,204
90,597

53,352
53,346
53,084
53,889

72,228
73,035
72,714
72,057

53,503
54,761
53,873
54,332

4,243
4,114
4,118
4,181

1,878
1,532
2,028
1,509

9,826
9,852
9,766
9,364

1,289
1,276
1,364
1,344

1,489
1,500
1,565
1,327

June

3
10
17
24

90.753
92,341
94,628
91,988

53,708
54,900
54,981
53,454

72,180
73,727
75,974
73,263

54,185
55,417
56,697
5 4 ,t24

4,041
4,174
3,825
3,911

1,356
1,119
1,979
2,566

9,758
10,033
10,472
9,831

1,320
1,296
1,294
1,275

1,520
1,688
1,707
1,556

July

I
8
15
22
29

93,183
90,908
97,698
95,211
94,224

52,820
52,836
52,643
53,315
53,395

74,433
7 2 ,165
78,943
76,443
75,452

54,263
53,457
55,156
54,380
54,082

3,975
3,787
3,614
3,628
3,736

2,469
1,800
6,039
5,770
5,292

10,393
10,393
10,950
9,876
9,577

1,284
1,276
1,283
1,281
1,304

2,049
1,452
1,901
1,508
1,461

Aug.

5
12
19
26

94,402
95,094
94,252
93,760

53,177
53,189
52,671
53,330

75,627
76,328
75,425
74,951

53,618
54,734
53,822
54,010

3,877
3,795
3,697
3,747

5,096
4,806
5,050
5,027

10,138
10,301
10,111
9,560

1,309
1,279
1,253
1,243

1,589
1,413
1,492
1,364

Sept.

2
9
16
23
30

93,881
93,874
96,751
94,296
95,344

53,059
53,034
53,527
52,801
52,814

75,065
74,997
77,857
75,381
76,359

53,699
54,216
56,203
54,164
54,639

3,834
3,681
3,606
3,489
3,711

4,639
3,817
3,884
4,197
4,434

10,090
10,490
11,059
10,504
10,412

1,243
1,254
1,270
1,260
1,308

1,560
1,539
1,835
1,767
1,855

Oct.

7
14
21
28

94,019
96,369
94,693
94,782

52,961
53,307
53,968
54,692

74,965
77,189
75,437
75,478

53,847
56,446
55,706
55,965

3,684
3,425
3,555
3,612

3,662
3,039
2,549
2,346

10,693
11,322
10,837
10,622

1,248
1,229
1,264
1,273

1,831
1,728
1,526
1,660

Nov.

4
11
18
25

94,900
96,124
97,093
95,859

54,005
53,675
53,697
54,302

75,545
76,728
77,798
76,545

55,408
55,132
55,771
55,845

3,725
3,670
3,540
3,696

2,369
3,859
4,165
3,768

10,913
11,008
11,153
10,421

1,279
1,254
1,277
1,290

1,851
1,805
1,892
1,525

Dec.

2
9
16
23
30

96,000
95,382
98,362
97,314
99,122

54,376
55,159
56,085
55,679
56,217

76,657
75,929
78,828
77,694
79,404

55,727
56,236
58,121
57,210
57,817

3,685
3,607
3,731
3,902
3,963

3,410
2,406
2,412
2,595
2,594

10,792
10,680
11,475
11,124
11,568

1,310
1,300
1,286
1,259
1,292

1,733
1,700
1,803
1,604
2,170




.

210

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES—Continued
W EEK LY , 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Time deposits

Total

Borrowings

Individ­ States and
uals, p art­ political
nerships,
subdivi­
and corps.
sions

U . S.
G overn­
ment

Interbank
Domestic

Other
liabilities

From
F . R.
Banks

Capital
accounts

Total
liabilities
and
capital
accounts

Other

Foreign

Date

1953
18,073
18,047
18,061
18,078

16,532
16,497
16,517
16,528

756
766
767
770

202
202
197
201

583
582
580
579

1,539
1,308
1,240
1,426

2,051
2,126
2,119
2,127

7,258
7,231
7,231
7,259

105,521
106,450
105,638
104,161

Jan.

7
14
?l
28

18,102
18,127
18,147
18,194

16,556
16,579
16,601
16,641

775
779
777
783

200
198
199
198

571
571
570
572

1,504
1,415
1,223
1,260

2,165
2,204
2,227
2,193

7,276
7,283
7,285
7,305

103,675
104,292
104,707
104,168

Feb.

4
11
18
25

18,270
18,299
18,307
18,316

16,720
16,744
16,747
16,749

776
773
770
771

195
196
195
198

579
586
595
598

1,140
1,411
1,416
1,241

2,214
2,230
2,072
2,107

7,311
7,313
7,314
7,324

103,381
104,201
105,487
103,671

M ar.

4
11
18
25

18,279
18,379
18,359
18,395
18,423

16,726
16,785
16,766
16,794
16,799

777
793
786
793
803

195
193
191
191
190

581
608
616
617
631

1,009
1,077
1,062
1,074
1,107

2,124
2,142
2,168
2,144
2,130

7,345
7,348
7,341
7,349
7,360

102,584
102,851
104,281
101,816
101,605

Apr.

1
8
15
22
29

18,476
18,466
18,490
18,540

16,835
16,812
16,832
16,876

825
832
829
825

191
189
188
189

625
633
641
650

1,122
1,256
1,048
1,016

2,129
2,146
2,147
2,142

7,396
7,397
7,393
7,413

101,351
102,302
101,792
101,168

M ay

6
13
20
27

18,573
18,614
18,654
18,725

16,901
16,932
16,975
17,041

829
827
826
826

187
187
189
187

656
668
664
671

1,026
906
536
705

2,158
2,168
2,017
2,043

7,415
7,410
7,400
7,407

101,352
102,825
104,581
102,143

June

3
10
17

18,750
18,743
18,755
18,768
18,772

17,052
17,052
17,067
17,075
17,074

826
829
831
828
822

190
189
190
189
189

682
673
667
676
687

972
882
331
910
912

1,998
2,023
2,036
2,072
2,094

7,426
7,441
7,427
7,416
7,429

103,579
101,254
107,492
105,609
104,659

July

1
8
15
22
29

18,775
18,766
18,827
18,809

17,080
17,070
17,087
17,078

824
819
822
813

188
189
191
193

683
688
727
725

931
1,161
1,180
906

2,106
2,138
2,136
2,182

7,451
7,450
7,449
7,459

104,890
105,843
105,017
104,307

Aug.

5
12
19
26

18,816
18,877
18,894
18,915
18,985

17,083
17,142
17,165
17,198
17,259

823
817
806
804
804

187
189
191
188
190

723
729
732
725
732

914
919
781
831
504

2,200
2,240
2,200
2,219
2,249

7,483
7,476
7,471
7,477
7,509

104,478
104,509
107,203
104,823
105,606

Sept.

2
9
16
23
30

19,054
19,180
19,256
19,304

17,289
17,324
17,371
17,374

795
839
856
865

189
188
189
187

781
829
840
878

841
673
821
849

2,212
2,230
2,233
2,251

7,515
7,511
7,532
7,544

104,587
106,783
105,279
105,426

Oct.

7
14
21
28

19,355
19,396
19,295
19,314

17,400
17,405
17,305
17,307

864
857
855
865

187
191
191
189

904
943
944
953

1,167
895
1, 15
1,098

2,254
2,255
2,294
2,311

7,568
7,573
7,564
7,570

105,889
106,847
108,066
106,838

Nov.

4
11
18
2b

19,343
19,453
19,534
19,620
19,718

17,311
17,366
17,431
17,486
17,596

882
918
923
940
932

190
189
190
191
190

960
980
990
1,003
1,000

916
1,235
754
887
567

2,271
2,293
2,209
2,189
2,148

7,577
7,573
7,557
7,550
7,572

106,764
106,483
108,882
107,940
109,409

Dec.

2
y
16
23
30




211

74




BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA N K S,
(In millions
Loans
Loans and
investments

Total

Total
ad ­
justed

Total
Com ­
mercial,
indus­
trial,
and ag­
ricul­
tural

Ad­
justed

For purchasing or carrying
securities
To brokers and
dealers
U.S.
Govt.
securi­
ties

Other
securi­
ties

To
others
U.S.
Govt.
securi­
ties

Other
securi­
ties

! M emo:
Real 1 Loans ’ All 1 val­
estate
to
1 other i uation
banks 1
. reserves
1
i
■
1
F ._

I

p -

_

_

J _ -j .
_

. . .

6
13
20
27

80,819
80.376
79,838
80,070

80,139
79,778
79.478
79,545

39.766
39,432
38,960
38,714

40.446
40,030
39,320
39,239

22,942
22,846
22,686
22,502

2.119
1,913
t ,633
1,583

862
856
859
858

6,479
6,490 1
6,484 i
6,480 ,

680 ! 8,001 1
598
7,964 1
360
7,936 1
525
7,927 i

637
637
638
636

3
10
17
24

30,660
79,868
79,872
79,744

80,119
79,151
79,083
78,883

39,422
39,06S
39,007
38,596

39,963
39,785
39,796
39,457

22,638
22,556
22,555
22,446

2,180
2,031
1,977
1,682

826

818
830
819

6,486 |
6,485
6,500
6,501

541
717
789
861

' 7,924 1
1 7,810 1
j 7,777
1 7 ’m j

632
632
632
634

3
10
17
24
31

79,534
79,700
80,765
79,247
78,055

78,855
79,150
80,064
78,634
77,814

38,722
38,902
39,320
39,153
39,076

39,401
39,452
40,021
39,766
39,317

22,407
22,481
22,939
22,821
22.763

1,907
2.005
1,931
1,834
1,758

811
S ll
814
820
847

6,478
6,489
6,509
6,517
6,522

7,754 !
679
550 1 7,752 i
701
7,767 ,
613
7,800
241
7,825 I

635
636
640
639
639

7
14
21
28

79,078
78,742
78,858
79,118

78,406
78,175
78,261
78,618

38,858
38,839
38.767
38,441

39,530
39,406
39,364
38,941

22,714
22.558
22,348
22.183

1,676
1,799
1,925
1,744

828
828
840
849

6,532 i
6,542 1
6,544
6,553

672
567
597
500

1,751
7 ,7 5 0 1

7,753 j

639
639
640
641

5
12
19
26

79,893
79.670
80,530
80,502

79,128
78,794
79,764
79,649

38,669
38,853
38,823
38,569

39,434
39,729
39,589
39,422

22,145
22,045
21,975
21,854

2,014
2,314
2,275
2,108

866
866
922
938

6,541
6,559
6,582
6,590

765
876
766
853

7,743 !
7,710 |
7,709 |
7,719

640
641
640
640

2
9
16
23
30

80,519
80,151
S I , 683
80,702
81,081

79,624
79.478
80,997
80,210
80,895

38,324
38,015
38,707
38,584
38,950

39,219
38,688
39,393
39,076
39,136

21,599
i 21,571
1 21,973
I 21,896
| 21,884

2,141
1,847
2.120
2,059
2,379

915
910
$91
893
899

6,592
6,598
6,623
6,641
6,671

895
673
686
492
186

7,721 I
7.733
7,74.1
7,741
7,772

644
644
643
646
655

7
14
21
28

81,101
81,076
81,111
81,445

80,558
80,437
80,585
80,746

38,737
38,675
38,341
38,254

39,280
39,314
38,867
38,953

21,728
21,647
21.558
21,524

2,263
2,271
2,067
2.005

890
891
874
875

6,674
6,698
6,705
6,718

543
639
526
699

7,836 j
7,823
7,790
7,787 1

654
655
653
655

4
11
IB
25

83,548
83,267
82,861
82,977

82,850
82,720
82,405
82,368

37,905
38,072
37,949
37,963

38,603
38,619
38,405
38,572

20,770
20.829
20,759
20,773

2,368
2,409
2,308
2,286

884
917
907
897

6,736
6,766
6,801
6,823

698
547
456
609

7,803
7,806 1
7,831 |i
7,839 ;

656
655
657
655

1
8
15
22
29

82,778
82.670
83,084
82,980
83,222

82,204
82,020
82,440
82,381
82,689

37,967
38,034
38,175
38.018
38;495

38,541
38,684
38,819
38,617
39,028

20,798
20.829
21,023
21,005
21,015

2,228
2,265
2,145
1,999
2,403

904
904
913
932
941

6,831
6,838
6,871
6,884
6,902

574
650
644
599
533

7,866
7,856
7,882
7,858
7,893

660
658
659
660
659

6
13
20
27

85,346
85,567
85,412
85,498

84,803
84,722
84,675
84,789

38,548
38,781
38,709
38,679

39,09!
39,626
39.446
39,388

21,102

21,195
21,126
21,043

2,363
2,457
2,412
2,407

955
956
973
993

6,907
6,924
6,955
6,978

543
845
737
709

7,883 j
7,910
7,905
7,920 j

662
661
662
662

3
10
17
24

85,721
84,930
86,3.11
86,523

84,932
84,424
85,745
85,892

38,844
38,588
39,503
39,947

39,633
39,094
40,089
40,578

21,104
21,133
22,107
22,132

2,466
2,165

991

2,333

1,014
1,032

6,997
7,026
7,051
7,077

789
506
586
631

7,949
7,925
7.971
8,035

1

1,001

663
662
662
662

1
8
15
22

86,553
86.376
87,200
87,448
87,249

85,783
85,583
86,470
86,564
86,506

40,114
40,181
40,690
40,751
40,980

40,884
40,974
41,420
41,635
41,723

22,214
22,255
22,359
22.423
22.423

2,367
2,390
2,679
2,567
2,688

1,037
1,034
! ,049
1,077
1,113

7,083
7,088
7,136
7,156
7,176

770
793
730
884
743

8,075
8,078
8,125
8,187
8,240

l

I

2,02 2

212

7,747

i
j

\

|
(

662
664
658
659
660

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued
o f dollars)
Investments

Balances with —

U.S. G overnm ent securities

Certif­
icates

Notes
and
bonds

O ther
securities

Cash
items
in
process
o f col­
lection

C ur­
rency
and
coin

Reserves
with
F.R .
Banks

D o­
mestic
banks

Foreign
banks

Other
assets

Total
assets

n
Date

Total

Bills

32,861
32,870
32,987
33,287

2,594
2,581
2,735
3,048

5,202
5,138
5,076
4,942

25,065
25,151
25,176
25,297

7,512
7,476
7,531
7,544

7,165
7,410
7,157
6,229

1,002
1,022
961
979

14,7 J3
14.786
15,159
14,525

2,700
2,721
3,003
2,699

58
55
60
58

1,563
1,595
1,559
1,618

108,020
107,965
107,737
106,178

Jan.

6
13
20
27

32,989
32,409
32,346
32,476

2,517
2,034
2,074
2,216

4,764
4,639
4,110
4,091

25,708
25,736
26,162
26,169

7,708
7,674
7,730
7,811

6,714
6,232
7,528
6,895

912
960
923
990

14,598
14,362
14,487
14,096

2,421
2,413
2,559
2,547

53
59
60
54

1,654
1,612
1,567
1,577

107.012
105,506
106,996
105,903

Feb.

3
10
17
24

32,292
32,292
32,848
31,609
30,850

2,084
2,162
2,591
2,669
2,076

4,097
4,067
4,121
2,848
2,737

26,111
26,063
26,136
26,092
26,037

7,841
7,956
7,896
7,872
7,888

6,329
6,333
7,294
6,301
7,231

900
939
925
933
884

14,263
14,304
14,863
14,483
13,990

2,477
2,459
2,608
2,442
2,992

47
54
54
55
52

1,605
1,596
1,522
1,510
1,576

105,155
105,385
108,031
104,971
104,780

M ar.

3
10
17
24
31

31,518
31,298
31,452
32,160

2,486
2,296
2,392
2,987

2,867
2,908
2,925
3,045

26,165
26,094
26,135
26,128

8,030
8,038
8,042
8,017

5,979
7,423
6,957
6,408

886
965
922
970

14,006
14,041
14,299
14,423

2,547
2,670
2,613
2,710

51
50
47
47

1,571
1,607
1,602
1,631

104,118
105,498
105,298
105,307

Apr.

7
14
21
28

32,377
31,994
32,958
33,041

2,985
2,383
2,400
2,377

3,285
3,408
2,660
2,680

26,107
26,203
27,898
27,984

8,082
7,947
7,983
8,039

6,595
7,155
6,801
6,175

874
963
918
965

13,954
14,168
14,433
14,370

2,662
2,665
2,545
2,486

65
67
68
66

1,674
1,660
1,644
1,690

105,717
106,348
106,939
106,254

May

5
12
(9
26

33,196
33,217
34,058
33,379
33,724

2,428
2,370
2,909
2,322
2,619

2,684
2,684
2,817
2,760
2,777

28,084
28,163
28,332
28,297
28,328

8,104
8,246
8,232
8,247
8,221

6,927
6,052
7,599
6,543
7,729

915
951
913
949
909

14,241
14,675
14,449
14,604
13,961

2,528
2,664
2,920
2,476
2,984

66
62
57
60
62

1,692
1,690
1,599
1,574
1,638

106,888
105,245
109,220
106,908
108,364

June

2
9
16
23
30

33,575
33,549
34,018
34,221

2,518
2,522
2,861
3,045

2,755
2,729
2,758
2,754

28,302
28,298
28,399
28,422

8,246
8,213
8,226
8,271

6,877
8,126
6,690
6,139

931
986
930
966

14,131
13,920
13,913
13,952

2,853
2,745
2,760
2,573

67
80
77
68

1,610
1,602
1,622
1,674

107,570
108,535
107,103
106,817

July

7
14
21
28

36,605
36,389
36,185
36,107

3,728
3,578
3,414
3,423

4,382
4,256
2,614
2,573

28,495
28,555
30,157
30,111

8,340
8,259
8,271
8,298

7,005
6,522
6,615
5,986

883
941
914
932

13,472
13,648
13,748
13,621

2,816
2,629
2,571
2,466

79
81
81
89

1,688
1,673
1,649
(.668

109,491
108,761
108,439
107,739

Aug.

4
11
18
25

35,862
35,526
35,790
35,908
35,696

3,135
2,876
3,090
3,124
2,868

2,559
2,505
2,534
2,497
2,504

30,168
30,145
30,166
30,287
30,324

8,375
8,460
8,475
8,455
8,498

6,483
6,342
8,583
6,544
6,825

885
943
936
951
992

13,522
13,327
13,569
13,297
13,438

2,489
2,634
2,805
2,731
2.544

88
91
88
91
89

1,698
1,696
1,606
1,618
1,653

107,943
107,703
110,671
108,212
108,763

Sept.

1
8
15
22
29

37,614
37,364
37,403
37,533

2,765
2,535
2,628
2,706

2,478
2,447
2,402
2,375

32,371
32,382
32,373
32,452

8,641
8,577
8,563
8,577

6,511
8,409
7,093
6,802

904
1,032
947
1,003

13,754
13,602
13,924
13,864

2,750
2,815
2,786
2,662

93
95
83
91

1,674
1,639
1,671
1,707

111,032
113,159
111,916
111,627

Oct.

6
13
20
27

37,358
37,377
37,677
37,411

2,500
2,539
2,802
2,605

2,369
2,362
2,359
2,300

32,489
32,476
32,516
32,506

8,730
8,459
8,565
8,534

7,753
7,015
7,932
7,448

951
984
964
960

13 *877
14,186
14,056
13,935

2,616
2,738
2,982
2,542

79
81
86
88

1,736
1,778
1,730
1,746

112,733
111,712
114,081
113,242

Nov.

3
10
17
24

37,106
36,752
37,174
37,205
36,902

2,378
2,225
2,615
2,693
2,543

2,240
2,150
2,763
2.816
2.768

32,488
32,377
31,796
31,696
31,591

8,563
8,650
8,606
8,608
8,624

7,844
6,668
9,719
7,838
7,740

967
1,059
1,065
1,084
1,084

13,891
13,980
14,355
14,167
14,141

2,642
2,569
2,830
2,794
2,693

90
95
82
100
106

1,835
1,864
1,776
1,814
1,849

113,822
112,611
117,027
115,245
114.862

Dec.

1
8
15
22
29

1954




213

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA NK S,
(In millions
Demand deposits
Total
demand
and
time
deposits

Date

Total
Adjusted

Individuals, j States and ;
l
U.S.
1
.] partnerships, j | political k Government |
subdivisions
and corps.

Unadjusted

Interbank
Domestic

Foreign

Certified
and
officers’
chccks

1954

Jan.

6
13
20
27

97,465
97,701
97,823
96,007

55,272
56,044
56,090
56,115

77,753
78,012
78,098
76,220

56,436
57,637
57,591
56,782

3,973
3,843
3,905
4,009

2,313
1,745
1,928
1,839

11,743
11,560
11,677
10,766

1,260
1,253
1,246
1,271

2,028
1,974
1,751
1,553

Feb.

3
10
17
24

96,304
94,732
96,337
95,231

55,588
54,789
54,143
54,038

76,456
74,865
76,432
75,279

55,831
55,230
55,739
55,313

4,093
4,049
3,953
3,930

2,275
2,107
2,862
2,798

10,619
10,477
10,600
10,230

1,260
1,260
1,299
1,318

2,378
1,742
1,979
1,690

Mar.

3
10
17
24
31

94,566
94,898
97,570
94,546
94,948

53,913
54,753
54,897
53,325
51,812

74,486
74,751
77,399
74.245
74,646

54,791
55,689
56,535
53,994
52,824

3,908
3,803
3,675
3,858
4,232

2,424
t ,891
3,011
3,362
3,838

10,517
10,495
10,949
10,028
10,538

1,303
1,279
1,248
1,229
1.227

1,543
1,594
1,981
1,774
1,987

Apr.

7
14
21
28

93,767
95,251
94,987
95,105

52,376
52,933
53,736
54,108

73,374
74,808
74,534
74,637

52,764
54,572
54,714
54,488

3,996
3,971
4,119
4,308

3,347
2,498
2,232
2,671

10,403
10,669
10,354
10,171

1,269
1,285
1,255
1,279

1,595
1,813
1,860
1,720

May

5
12
19
26

95,294
95,591
96,384
95,649

54,047
54,153
53,715
54,358

74,697
74,998
75,697
74,900

54,159
55,321
54,485
54,619

4,467
4,332
4.221
4,362

2,056
1,601
3,545
3,149

10,731
10,838
10,367
9,995

1,268
1,251
1,269
1,223

2,016
1,655
1,810
1,552

June

2
9
16
23
30

96,238
95,809
98,964
96,317
98,640

53,930
54,778
56,166
54,116
53,319

75,452
74,960
78,034
75,350
77,544

54,597
55,146
57,765
54,572
54,715

4,418
4,129
4,086
4,163
4,329

2,982
2,296
1,983
3,192
4,085

10,386
10,599
11,035
10,214
11,151

1,227
1,235
1,251
1,285
1,260

1,842
1,555
1,914
1,924
2,004

July

7
14
21
28

97,495
98,292
97,003
96,393

53,311
53,652
54,481
54,949

76,431
77,034
75,703
75,050

54,264
55,518
55,436
55,360

4,026
3,905
3,922
4,033

3,547
2,690
2,335
2,091

11,403
11,306
10,936
10,516

1,293
1,260
1,261
1,355

1,898
2,355
1,813
1,695

Aug.

4
11
18
25

99,147
98,155
97,987
97,152

54,217
54,127
53,748
54,215

77,744
76,748
76,490
75,703

54,564
55,107
54,736
54,693

4,046
3,951
3,904
3,826

3,683
3,413
3,688
3,495

11,494
11,361
11,115
10,710

1,345
1,325
1,324
1,297

2,612
1,591
1,723
1,682

Sept.

1
8
15
22
29

97,455
97,215
100,150
97,778
98,179

54,066
54,013
54,490
54,547
55,043

76,008
75,712
78,695
76,306
76,712

54,746
55,000
57,230
55,812
55,884

3,939
3,738
3,754
3,579
3,756

3,247
2,731
2,400
2,681
2,605

10,911
11,354
11,970
11,277
10,977

1,301
1,272
1,252
1,257
1,262

1,864
1,617
2,089
1,700
2,228

Oct.

6
13
20
27

100,524
102,325
101,125
100,756

54,276
54,672
55,470
56,050

79,006
80,795
79,579
79,174

55,403
57,837
57,203
57,281

3,664
3,442
3,503
3,642

5,190
4,611
4,165
3,783

11,744
11,750
11,494
11,190

1,285
1,353
1,357
1,349

1,720
1,802
1,857
1,929

Nov.

3
10
17
24

101,441
100,931
103,202
102,087

55,472
55,573
55,682
56,254

79,858
79,371
81,781
80,674

57,256
56,926
57,879
57,557

3,865
3,698
3,796
3,803

3,793
3,833
4,741
4,522

11,516
11,657
12,119
11,116

1,324
1,293
1,307
1,334

2,104
1,964
1,939
2,342

Dec.

1
8
15
22
29

102,535
101,225
105,719
103,788
103,224

56,414
56,583
57,926
58,025
58,445

81,138
79,763
84,217
82,209
81,611

57,876
57,648
61,036
59,697
60,117

3,956
3,754
3,816
3,917
3,939

4,223
3,706
3,226
3,184
2,597

11,303
11,426
11,953
11,737
11,359

1,354
1,380
1,393
1,425
1,470

2,426
1,849
2,793
2,249
2,129




214

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEKLY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Time deposits

Total

Individ­ States and
uals, p art­ political
subdivi­
nerships,
and corps.
sions

Borrowings

U . S.
G overn­
ment

Interbank
Domestic

From
F . R.
Banks

Foreign

Other

O ther
liabilities

Capita]
accounts

Total
liabilities
and
capital
accounts

Date

1954
19,712
19,689
19,725
19,787

17,580
17,562
17,540
17,574

945
943
950
959

190
189
190
192

997
995
1,045
1,062

857
571
242
453

2,098
2,115
2,093
2,110

7,600
7,578
7,579
7,608

108,020
107,965
107,737
106,178

Jan.

6
13
20
27

19,848
19,867
19,905
19,952

17,619
17,635
17,642
17,663

970
961
967
972

190
191
192
188

1,069
1,080
1,104
1,129

895
1,027
899
895

2,183
2,118
2,120
2,121

7,630
7,629
7,640
7,656

107,012
105,506
106,996
105,903

Feb.

3
10
17
24

20,080
20,147
20,171
20,301
20,302

17,734
17,763
17,713
17,767
17,771

994
997
1,049
1,109
1,087

189
189
190
190
192

1,163
1,198
1,219
1,235
1,252

796
725
845
786
161

2,126
2,093
1,953
1,960
1,979

7,667
7,669
7,663
7,679
7,692

105,155
105,385
108,031
104,971
104,780

Mar.

3
10
17
24
31

20,393
20,443
20,453
20,468

17,818
17,817
17,851
17,854

1,101
1,120
1,079
1,078

192
192
193
192

1,282
1,314
1,330
1,344

647
505
568
429

1,981
2,020
2,018
2,018

7,723
7,722
7,725
7,755

104,118
105,498
105,298
105,307

Apr.

7
14
21
28

20,597
20,593
20,687
20,749

17,895
17,916
17,949
17,996

1,147
1,123
1,142
1,136

191
190
190
190

1,364
1,364
1,406
1,427

647
943
720
718

2,001
2,036
2,057
2,093

7,775
7,778
7,778
7,794

105,717
106,348
106,939
106,254

May

5
12
19
26

20,786
20,849
20,930
20,967
21,096

18,041
18,110
18,127
18,212
18,304

1,129
1,130
1,175
1,121
1,146

189
188
188
187
187

1,427
1,421
1,440
1,447
1,459

781
535
541
876
29

2,070
2,099
1,927
1,911
1,889

7,799
7,802
7,788
7,804
7,806

106,888
106,245
109,220
106,908
108,364

June

2
9
16
23
30

21,064
21,258
21,300
21,343

18,256
18,301
18,309
18,337

1,154
1,277
1,277
1,285

188
189
187,
186

1,466
1,491
1,527
1,535

410
548
371
613

1,842
1,880
1,924
1,980

7,823
7,815
7,805
7,831

107,570
108,535
107,103
106,817

July

7
14
21
28

21,403
21,407
21,407
21,449

18,382
18,405
18,411
18,443

1,273
1,267
1,265
1,263

195
196
197
196

1,553
1,539
1,534
1,547

533
793
717
710

1,963
1,961
1,975
2,018

7,848
7,852
7,850
7,859

109,491
108,761
108,439
107,739

Aug.

4
11
18
25

21,447
21,503
21,455
21,472
21,467

18,433
18,487
18,501
18,514
18,520

1,257
1,253
1,193
1,194
1,195

197
197
199
199
200

1,560
1,566
1,562
1,565
1,552

583
571
585
451
537

2,019
2,029
2,058
2,103
2,150

7,886
7,888
7,878
7,880
7,897

107,943
107,703
110,671
108,212
108,763

Sept.

1
8
15
22
29

21,518
21,530
21,546
21,582

18,608
18,639
18,641
18,681

1,181
1,209
1,238
1,231

203
203
204
211

1,526
1,479
1,463
1,459

462
767
681
621

2,133
2,147
2,189
2,301

7,913
7,920
7,921
7,949

111,032
113,159
111,916
111,627

Oct.

6
13
20
27

21,583
21,560
21,421
21,413

18,699
18,679
18,578
18,578

1,220
1,215
1,179
1,176

203
203
203
203

1,461
1,463
1,461
1,456

983
387
474
689

2,178
2,262
2,268
2,324

8,131
8,132
8,137
8,142

112,733
111,712
114,081
113,242

Nov.

3
10
17
24

21,397
21,462
21,502
21,579
21,613

18,555
18,621
18,655
18,732
18,806

1,183
1,180
1,195
1,198
1,154

203
203
209
209
209

1,456
1,458
1,443
1,440
1,444

2,359
2,473
2,438
2,489
2,459

8,162
8,152
8,146
8,144
8,174

113,822
112,611
117,027
115,245
114,862

Dec.

1
8
15
22
29




109
128
78
373

215

766

652
596
746
632




BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA NK S,
(In millions
Loans
Loans and
investments

Total

Total
ad­
justed

F or purchasing or carrying
securities

Total

A d­
justed

N et

Com­
mercial,
indus­
trial,
and ag­
ricul­
tural

To brokers and
dealers
U.S.
Govt.
secunties

Othcr
securi­
ties

To
others

M emo:
valnation
reserve.?

Loans , All
to
other
banks

Real
estate

U.S. 1 Other
Govt.
securisecuri- | ties

__

._ ,

n ™
877 1 8,216 i
854
8,235
8,243 i
748
811 | 8,275 1

5
12
19
26

86.656
86,290
86.152
86,495

85,779
85,436
85,404
85,684

40,591
40,406
40,264
40,332

41,468
41,260
41,012
41,143

22,254
22,157
22,083
21,994

2,541
2,419
2,324
2,449

1,101

1,082
1,080
1.055

7,182 I
7,217
7,238
7,263

2
9
16
23

86,129
85,634
85,411
85,274

85,266
84,766
84,580
84,241

40,483
40,560
40,629
40,520

41,346
41,428
41,460
41.553

21,926
21,968
22.123
22,108

2,582
2.590
2,454
2,326

1.056
1,062
1,083
1,092

7,279
7,294 :
7,326 !
7,342 j

863
868 '
831
1,033 !

8,346
8,349
8,350
8,360 |

706
703
707
708

2
9
16
23
30

85,267
85.152
85,890
84,883
84,432

84,341
84,167
84,843
83,921
83,380

40,751
40,898
41,444
41,382
41.448

41.677
41,883
42,491
42,344
42,500

22,241
22,265
22,584
22,637
22,597

2,374
2,452
2,718
2,491
2,483

1,080
1,075
1,081
1,100
1.113

7,359
7,373
7,402 i
7,432
7,474

926
8,408
985 1 8,444 j
1,047
8,372
962 l 8,435
1,052 1 8,488

711
711
713
713
707

6
13
20
27

85,878
85,613
85,755
85,808

85,013
84,823
84,864
84,778

41,512
41,666
41,787
41,818

42,377
42,456
42.678
42,848

22,449
22,543
22,530
22,545

2,669
2.672
2.741
2,660

1,106
1,103

7,482
7,517
7,542
7,570

'

865
790
891
1,030

8,521
8,547
8,590
8,652

715
716
716
717

4
11
18
25

85,298
85,106
85,781
85,330

84,464
84,214
84,679
84,280

42,010
42,078
42,208
42,263

42,844
42,970
43,310
43,313

22,607
22,721
22,737
22,641

2,717
2.591
2,649

1.113
1.113

2,686

1,131

7,590 i
7,633 '
7,657
7,686

834
892
1,102
1,050

8,701
8,739
8,763
8,840

718
719
719
72.

1
8
15
22
29

85,278
85,006
85,859
85,555
85,379

84,164
84.012
85,009
84,449
84,472

42,440
42,464
43,425
43,409
43,674

43.554
43,458
44,275
44,515
44,581

22,636
22,623
23,355
23,433
23,501

2.742
2,702
2,826
2,648
2,678

1,155
1,171
1,182
1,192
1.190

7,719
7,756
7,797
7,828
7,873

I
]
!

1,114
994
850
1,106
907

8,910
8,936
8,988
9,029
9,153

722
724
723
721
721

6
13
20
27

85,125
85,098
86,195
86,100

84,095
84.013
85,169
84,914

43,518
43,687
43,925
44,064

44,548
44,772
44,951
45,250

23,326
23,465
23,429
23,526

2.673
2,647
2,856
2,808

1.203
1.199
1.204
1,206

7,893 |
7,923 ;
7,937 J
7,978

1,030
1,085
1,026
1,186

9,152
9,185
9,232
9,280

729
732
733
734

3
10
17
24
31

85,765
85,438
85,132
85,192
85,478

84,878
84,416
84,210
84,098
84,412

44,113
44,164
44,262
44,443
44,696

45,000
45,186
45,184
45,537
45,762

23,550
23,754
23,940
24,050
24,171

2,775
2,558
2,409
2,413
2,467

1.190
1.197
1,196
1,189
1,184

7,993
8,028 i
8,069
8,100
8,120 j

887
1,022
922
1,094
1,066

9,340
9,364
9,384
9,428
9,492

735
737
736
737
738

7
14
21
28

85,189
85,824
85,318
85,399

84,150
84.735
84,516
84,493

44,570
45,029
45,241
45.449

45,609
46,118
46,043
46,355

24,080
24,400
24,570
24,660

2,392
2,404
2,391
2,406

1,188
1.200
1,206
1,194

1,039
8,135
8,188 j 1,089
802
8,216
8,257 1
906

9,513
9,575
9,595
9,669

738
738
737
737

5
12
19
26

85,502
86,935
86,509
86,350

84,616
85,542
85,571

45,641
46,035
45,974
46,071

46,527
46,868
46,941
46,850

25,010
25,114
25,082
25.124

2,567
2,705
2,636
2,587

1,177
1.198
1,180
1,224

7,972 i
8,001 1
8,040
8,049 |

886
833
967
779

9,650
9,754
9,771
9,824

735
737
735
737

2
9
16
23
30

86,356
86,013
86,790
86,167
86,487

85,623
85,259
85,781
85,369
85,337

46,499
46,604
47,017
47,067
47,331

47,232
47,358
48,026
47,865
48,481

25,303
25,485
25,783
25,833
26,014

2,689
2,593
2,646
2,578
2,605

1,245
1.248
1.249
1.249
1,248

8,073
8,106
8,143
8,181 !
8,188 |

733
754
1,009
798
1,150

9,926
9,910
9,935
9,964
10,015

737
738
739
738
739

7
14

86,419
86,951
87,929
87,864

85,451
85,698
86,846
86.736

47,552
47,844
48,324
48,390

48,520
49,097
49,407
49,518

26,117
26,317
26,627
26,707

2,714
2,787
2,910
2,852

1,252
1,261
1.270
1.271

968
8.156
8.156 I 1,253
8,158 i 1,083
1,128
8,147

10,053
10,063
10,102
10,159

740
740
743
746

86,102

216

1,100

1,108

1,121

j
1
|

1

703
704
704
704

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued
o f dollars)
Investments

Balances with—

u S. Covcrni ncnt securi tics

Certif­
ied tcs

Notes
and
bonds

O ther
securities

Cash
items
in
process
o f col­
lection

C ur­
rency
and
coin

Reserves
with
F.R.
Banks

Do­
mestic
banks

Foreign
banks

O ther
assets

Total
assets

Date

Total

Bills

36,573
36,513
36,602
36,441

2,279
2,301
2,497
2,434

2,729
2,714
2,644
2,638

31,565
31,498
31,461
31,369

8,615
8,517
8,538
8,911

7,134
7,766
7,303
7,704

958
1,031
964
968

14,329
13,946
13,869
13,766

2,691
2,627
2,630
2,504

114
103
III
104

1,862
1,863
1,898
1,932

113,744
113,626
112,927
113,473

Jan.

5
12
19
26

35,799
35,280
35,057
34,750

2,065
1,747
1,881
1,821

2,551
2,412
1,832
1,676

31,183
31,121
31,344
31,253

8,984
8,926
8,894
8,971

7,136
6,238
8,222
7,483

898
938
925
993

13,947
13,651
13,829
13,483

2,493
2,483
2,571
2,548

109
105
96
88

1,979
1,999
1,924
1,943

112,691
111,048
112,978
111,812

Feb.

2
9
16
23

34,599
34,177
34,374
33,509
32,885

1,816
1,677
1,949
1,696
1,286

1,633
1,535
1,542
1,197
1,117

31,150
30,965
30,883
30,616
30,482

8,991
9,092
9,025
9,030
9,047

7,317
6,567
8,182
6,598
6,751

893
925
905
927
965

13,511
13,535
14,177
13,521
13,399

2,788
2,358
2,652
2,463
2,579

87
95
81
91
73

1,971
1,963
1,924
1,887
1,909

111,534
110,595
113,811
110,370
110,108

Mar.

2
9
16
23
30

34,425
34,096
34,063
33,983

1,739
1,572
1,731
1,750

2,154
2,076
1,991
1,911

30,532
30,448
30,341
30,322

9,076
9,061
9,014
8,977

6,831
8,081
7,405
7,176

888
999
926
974

13,767
13,716
13,667
13,608

2,477
2,657
2,511
2,465

77
84
77
80

1,947
1,962
1,944
1,979

111,865
113,112
112,285
112,090

Apr.

6
13
20
27

33,571
33,395
33,743
33,296

1,517
1,377
1,269
1,176

1,783
1,798
1,284
1,214

30,271
30,220
31,190
30,906

8,883
8,741
8,728
8,721

7,178
7,411
7,761
6,727

879
964
921
963

14,001
13,615
13,797
13,671

2,354
2,552
2,577
2,367

87
76
76
94

1,974
1,969
1,876
1,867

111,771
111,693
112,789
111,019

May

4
11
18
25

33,026
32,831
32,842
32,303
32,076

1,081
1,060
1,255
1,084
1,019

1,149
1,091
1,017
760
743

30,796
30,680
30,570
30,459
30,314

8,698
8,717
8,742
8,737
8,722

8,104
6,732
9,701
7,719
7,434

916
940
925
949
1,009

13,567
13,374
13,998
13,896
13,582

2,468
2,408
2,631
2,521
2,582

81
78
90
77
91

1.910
1,895
1,827
1,806
1,840

112,324
110,433
115,031
112,523
111,917

June

I
8
15
22
29

31,797
31,663
32,565
32,161

914
869
1,318
1,196

729
709
1,126
1,086

30,154
30,085
30,121
29,879

8,780
8,663
8,679
8,689

7,789
8,476
8,014
7,201

926
1,020
951
981

13,406
13,605
13,732
13,812

2,582
2,599
2,543
2,386

95
87
86
75

1,829
1,813
1,805
1,824

111,752
112,698
113,326
112,379

July

6
13
20
27

31,975
31,634
31,261
30,972
30,948

1,160
1,123
997
916
985

932
813
706
651
625

29,883
29,698
29,558
29,405
29,338

8,790
8,618
8,687
8,683
8,768

6,839
6,906
7,677
6,542
7,483

912
951
938
960
947

13,647
13,277
13,444
13,131
13,308

2,372
2,397
2,504
2,358
2,390

77
91
84
77
73

1,851
1,850
1,795
1,807
1,862

111,463
110,910
111,574
110,067
111,541

Aug.

3
10
17
24
31

30,791
30,940
30,546
30,347

890
1,150
1,009
994

607
617
537
496

29,294
29,173
29,000
28,857

8,789
8,766
8,729
8,697

7,156
9,409
7,975
7,705

973
1,031
967
1,030

13,116
13,198
13,364
13,370

2,361
2,657
2,474
2,426

69
67
77
70

1,854
1,891
1,807
1,806

110,718
114,077
111,982
111,806

Sept.

7
14
21
28

30,282
31,419
30,941
30,922

989
1,141
1,035
1,067

480
1,544
1,300
1,266

28,813
28,734
28,606
28,589

8,693
8,648
8,627
8,578

7,836
9,060
8,454
7,598

968
1,022
990
1,012

13,307
13,338
13,713
13,772

2,509
2,603
2,453
2,441

76
76
78
74

1,850
1,837
1,838
1,845

112,048
114,871
114,035
113,092

Oct.

5
12
19
26

30,559
30,300
30,377
29,961
29,643

842
775
932
787
636

28,521
1,196
1,088
28,437
1,053
28,392
872 1 28,302
824
28,183

8,565
8,355
8,387
8,341
8,363

7,759
8,073
10,179
8,220
8,780

948
1,041
997
969
1,023

13,899
13,382
13,285
13,392
13,431

2,381
2,386
2,686
2,340
2,487

76
75
70
69
76

1,899
1,910
1,838
1,836
1,952

113,318
112,880
115,825
112,993
114,236

Nov.

2
9
16
23
30

29,559
29,559
30,260
30,122

690
778
1,534
1,535

8,340
8,295
8,262
8,224

7,569
9,321
8,561
9,587

1,060
1,175
1,134
1,194

13,435
13,570
13,901
13,655

2,356
2,629
2,692
2,801

73
74
74
80

1,904
1,894
1,838
1,840

112,816
115,614
116,129
117,021

Dcc.

7
14
21
28

1955

939
991
956
910




27,930
27,790
27,770
27,677

217

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA NK S,
(In millions

Total
demand
and
time
deposits

Demand deposits
_______,

Adjusted

__ _____

U.S.

States and
political
subdivisions

Unadjusted

Individuals,
partnerships,
nnd corps.
_____=
.

Total

_

_________

Interbank

...

Government
.

_ ____
_

Domestic

Foreign

Certified
and
officers’
checks

1955
Jan.

5
12
19
26

102,321
102,065
101,684
102,084

57,857
57,981
58,368
58,716

80,665
80,369
80,022
80,410

59,012
60,113
59,884
59,383

3,958
3,841
3,981
4,348

2,242
1,502
1,477
1,948

12,012
11,717
11,502
10,695

1,420 ,
1,403
1,372 1
1,347

2,021
1,793
1,806
2,689

Feb.

2
9
16
23

100,944
99,592
101,344
100,169

57,639
57,394
56,598
56,744

79,268
77,921
79,676
78,497

58,317
57,889
58,672
58,311

4,232
4,148
3,984
4,027

2,320
2,330
2,779
2,764

10,821
10,633
10,701
10,110

1,352 1
1,326 i
1,376
1,396

2,226
1,595
2,164
1,889

M ar.

2
9
16
23
30

99,902
98,832
102,402
98,799
98,289

56,270
56,769
57,861
56,282
55,590

78,207
77,090
80,671
77,040
76,540

57,762
57,795
60,070
57,158
56,474

3,960
3,781
3,722
3,966
4,062

2,633
2,078
2,497
2,615
2,534

10,610
10,312
10,755
10,127
10,235

1,377
1,364
1,376
1,418
1,430 1

1,865
1,760
2,251
1,756
1,805

Apr.

6
13
20
27

100,249
101,642
100,827
100,557

55,086
55,849
56,613
56,969

78,465
79,895
79,128
78,863

56,262
58,293
58,190
57,921

3,819
3,825
3,931
4 ,2 16

4,299
3,488
3,132 I
3,105

10,836
11,025
10,536
10,175

1,413 j
1,425
1,442 1
1,438

1,836
1,812
1,897
2,008

M ay

4
11
18
25

100,142
100,386
101,287
99,387

55,981
56,234
56,294
56,437

78,461
78,718
79,584
77,669

56,771
57,608
57,777
57,123

4,449
4,258
4,350
4,338

3,510
3,266
3,841
3,368

10,341
10,387
10,254
9,625

1,451
1,420 |
1,434 I
1,512

1,939
1,779
1,928
1,703

June

1
8
15
22
29

100,600
98,907
103,535
100,995
100,321

56,011
56,374
57,726
57,127
56,156

78,862
77,097
81,723
79,153
78,444

57,624
57,242
60,835
58,451
57,376

4,361
4,162
4,062
4,162
4,258

3,148
2,209
2,211
2,681
3,224

10,094
10,354
10,637
10,141
10,108

1,505 '
1,428 |
1,448
1,485
1,522 1

2,130
1,702
2,530
2,233
1,956

July

6
13
20
27

100,139
101,148
101,823
100,779

55,336
56,113
55,866
56,416

78,319
79,372
80,055
79,033

57,157
58,928
58,050
57,921

4,083
3,851
3,729
3,886

2,832
2,374 1
4,145
3,937

10,862
10,934
10,529
9,955

1,500 1
1,475
1,501 1
1,524

1,885
1,810
2,101
1,810

Aug.

3
10
17
24
31

99,750
99,377
100,030
98,559
100,032

55,865
55,645
55,360
55,669
55,931

77,990
77,600
78,257
76,820
78,251

56,984
56,993
57,454
56,786
57,523

3,963
3,900
3,853
3,838
3,990

3,374
3,035 1
3,168 j
3,162 1
3,256

10,441
10,579
10,638
10,031
10,163

1,471 j
1,435
1,414 |
1,416
1,418

1,757
1,658
1,730
1,587
1,901

Sept.

7
14
21
28

99,089
102,269
100,256
100,128

55,555
56,110
56,263
56,306

77,321
80,464
78,417
78,298

57,310
59,946
58,699
58,316

3,734
3,642
3,636
3,772

2,522
2,102 |
2,219
2,635

10,665
11,401
10,524
10,188

1,423
1,442 1
1,436
1,464

1,667
1,931
1,903
1,923

Oct.

5
12
19
26

100,283
102,915
101,991
101,144

55,860
55,618
56,293
57,066

78,413
81,008
80,119
79,247

57,857
58,996
59,145
59,094

3,790
3,641
3,606
3,793

2,364
3,995
3,284
2,932

10,863
10,883
10,614
10,218

1,490 I
1,452
1,474
1,433

2,049
2,041
1,996
1,777

Nov.

2
9
16
23
30

101,057
100,593
103,873
101,014
102,028

56,394
55,955
56,047
56,386
56,900

79,092
78,659
82,043
79,196
80,218

58,130
57,994
59,817
58,662
59,475

4,055
3,963
3,976
3,895
3,971

2,876
2,496
3,115
2,962
2,870

10,593
10,687
11,246
10,219
10,288

1,470 1
1,448 |
1,456
1,409
1,380 |

1,968
2,071
2,433
2,049
2,234

Dec.

7
14
21
28

100,464
103,466
103,938
105,117

57,256
58,558
58,739
58,882

78,682
81,649
82,101
83,256

59,100
61,940
61,348
62,166

3,847
3,863
3,869
4,026

1,890
1,521
2,329
2,239

10,546
10,802
11,035
11,057

1,421 j
1,447
1,437 |
1,491

1,878
2,076
2,083
2,277




218

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
WEEKLY, 1941-65—Continued
of dollars)
Time deposits

Total

Individ­ States and
uals, p art­ political
subdivi­
nerships,
and corps.
sions

Borrowings

U. S.
ment

Interbank
Domestic

Other
liabilities

From
F. R.
Banks

Capital
accounts

liabilities
and
capital
accounts

Foreign

Date

1955
21,656
21,696
21,662
21,674

18,845
18,865
18,857
18,856

1,158
1,157
1,122
1,126

213
210
210
211

1,440
1,464
1,473
1,481

197
355
136
263

713
669
563
563

2,337
2,383
2,406
2,391

8,176
8,154
8,138
8,172

113,744
113,626
112,927
113,473

Jan.

5
12
19
26

21,676
21,671
21,668
21,672

18,864
18,874
18,875
18,890

1,126
1,127
1,132
1,138

208
210
207
205

1,478
1,460
1,454
1,439

506
155
338
193

616
622
640
727

2,431
2,470
2,454
2,509

8,194
8,209
8,202
8,214

112,691
111,048
112,978
111,812

Feb.

2
9
16
23

21,695
21,742
21,731
21,759
21,749

18,930
18,971
18,957
18,996
18,990

1,145
1,152
1,140
1,132
1,132

205
205
206
206
207

1,415
1,414
1,428
1,425
1,420

212
287
173
375
468

663
712
744
705
806

2,513
2,525
2,261
2,270
2,427

8,244
8,239
8,231
8,239
8,118

111,534
110,595
113,811
110,370
110,108

Mar.

2
9
16
23
30

21,784
21,747
21,699
21,694

19,043
19,001
18,980
18,969

1,130
1,147
1,133
1,142

207
206
208
208

1,404
1,393
1,378
1,375

531
423
390
349

591
568
605
681

2,337
2,324
2,308
2,327

8,157
8,155
8,155
8,176

111,865
113,112
112,285
112,090

Apr.

6
13
20
27

21,681
21,668
21,703
21,718

18,975
18,976
18,999
19,014

1,132
1,135
1,132
1,129

209
209
210
209

1,365
1,348
1,362
1,366

547
185
159
319

602
626
799
774

2,273
2,277
2,311
2,287

8,207
8,219
8,233
8,252

111,771
111,693
112,789
111,019

May

4
11
18
25

21,738
21,810
21,812
21,842
21,877

19,037
19,070
19,082
19,108
19,173

1,113
1,122
1,099
1,085
1,059

213
213
215
216
217

1,375
1,405
1,416
1,433
1,428

388
216
632
253
514

783
737
523
909
693

2,286
2,311
2,093
2,117
2,117

8,267
8,262
8,248
8,249
8,272

112,324
110,433
115,031
112,523
111,917

June

1
8
15
22
29

21,820
21,776
21,768
21,746

19,125
19,093
19,108
19,082

1,059
1,053
1,045
1,021

211
211
211
210

1,425
1,419
1,404
1,433

483
334
433
371

767
839
741
832

2,070
2,089
2,052
2,107

8,293
8,288
8,277
8,290

111,752
112,698
113,326
112,379

July

6
1J
20
27

21,760
21,777
21,773
21,739
21,781

19,104
19,142
19,110
19,111
19,146

1,018
991
1,021
1,010
1,032

211
210
209
211
207

1,427
1,434
1,433
1,407
1,396

802
395
494
275
315

498
698
606
726
654

2,102
2,128
2,125
2,181
2,174

8,311
8,312
8,319
8,326
8,366

111,463
110,910
111,574
110,067
111,541

Aug.

3
10
17
24
31

21,768
21,805
21,839
21,830

19,128
19,158
19,209
19,210

1,031
1,028
1,007
993

207
202
202
202

1,402
1,417
1,421
1,425

467
404
737
538

608
802
388
501

2,198
2,260
2,262
2,286

8,356
8,342
8,339
8,353

110,718
114,077
111,982
111,806

Sept.

7
14
21
28

21,870
21,907
21,872
21,897

19,249
19,318
19,292
19,324

979
973
966
954

202
200
199
200

1,440
1,416
1,415
1,419

548
773
710
897

532
488
623
308

2,293
2,294
2,318
2,310

8,392
8,401
8,393
8,433

112,048
114,871
114,035
113,092

Oct.

5
12
19
26

21,965
21,934
21,830
21,818
21,810

19,356
19,338
19,195
19,180
19,192

952
947
954
961
971

205
206
205
205
204

1,452
1,443
1,476
1,472
1,443

1,109
1,106
472
686
495

351
326
626
426
723

2,345
2,387
2,401
2,409
2,495

8,456
8,468
8,453
8,458
8,495

113,318
112,880
115,825
112,993
114,236

Nov.

2
9
16
23
30

21,782
21,817
21,837
21,861

19,197
19,259
19,283
19,354

979
976
990
969

203
205
205
204

1,403
1,377
1,359
1,334

842
384
572
377

589
825
668
640

2,450
2,492
2,500
2,417

8,471
8,447
8,451
8,470

112,816
115,614
116,129
117,021

Dec.

7
14
21
28




__________

219

REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA NK S,
(In millions
Loans
investments
___ ____ ________

Total

For purchasing or carrying
secu 'ities

To tal

Total
ad ­
justed

Ad­
justed

Net

Com ­
mercial
and
indus­
trial

Agri­
cultural

To brokers and
dealers
U.S.
Govt.
securi­
ties

Other
securi­
ties

To
others
|
U.S.
Other
Govt. 1 securisecuri* 1 ties
ties

. ..

Real
estate

-

Loans
to
banks

a i;
other

M em o:
val­
uation
reserves

18
25

88,014
86,608
86,533
86,282

86,513
85,710
85,467
85,209

48,327
47,856
47,739
47,559

49,828
48,754
48,805
48,632

26,112
25,860
25,790
25,676

561
566
562
565

2,840
2,662
2,633
2,529

1,297
li ,295
1,283
n ,291

8,135
8,127
8,150
8,160

1,501
898
1,066
1,073

10,204 I
10.172 '
10,148
10,163

822
826
827
825

1
8
15
22
29

85,642
85,135
85,502
85,169
85,430

84,694
84,140
84,310
84,072
84,190

47,741
47,515
47,611
47,494
47,694

48,689
48,510
48,803
48,591
48,934

25,720
25,635
25,737
25,707
25,796

570
576
564
564
550

2,625
2,492
2,482
2,407
2,422

1,302
1,281
1,288
1,285
1,287

8,154
8,161
8,197
8,194
8,224

948
995
1,192
1,097
1,240

10.197
10.198
10.172
10,175
10,259

827
828
829
838
844

7
14

28

85,639
86,571
87,588
87,006

84,338
85,349
86,489
85,631

47,914
48,655
49,586
49,373

49,215
49,877
50,685
50,748

25,944
26,536
27,217
27,266

540
541
524
515

2,463
2,549
2,732
2,436

1,290
1,293
1,293
1,292

8,254
8,287
8,320
8,341

1,301
1,222
1,099
1,375

10,268
10,300
10,350
10,373

845
851
850
850

4
11
18
25

86,703
86,583
86,743
86,724

85,454
85,447
85,487
85,340

49,277
49,383
49,504
49,628

50,526
50,519
50,760
51,012

27,095
27,202
27,291
27,364

483
481
479
478

2,495
2,444
2,350
2,347

1,294
1,287
1,298
1,295

8,344
8,377
8,412
8,424

1,249
1,136
1,256
1,384

10,420
10,447
10,5JO
10,575

854
855
856
855

2
9
16
23
30

86,567
85,943
86,422
86,422
86,054

85,448
84,887
85,241
85,115
84,724

49,953
49,942
50,167
50,243
49,900

51,072
50,998
51,348
51,550
51,230

27,583
27,558
27,726
27,615
27,307

470
473
477
478
477

2,412
2,378
2,363
2,492
2,435

1,298
1,281
1,278
1,280
1,277

8,430
8,457
8,471
8,494
8,503

1,119
1,056
1 181
1,307
1,330

10,618
10,652
10,710
10,743
10,756

858
857
858
859
855

6
13
27

86,182
86,599
87,618
87,081

84,726
85,236
86,336
85,622

50,060
50,483
51,354
51,144

51,516
51,846
52,636
52,603

27,498
27,775
28,453
28,389

473
483
463
456

2,430
2,452
2,598
2,380

1,273
1,259
1,269
1,271

8,508
8,547
8,582
8,606

1,456
1,363
1,282
1,459

10,732
10,821
10,846
10,89')

854
854
857
857

4
11
18
25

86,980
86,458
86,279
85,799

85,521
85,132
84,905
84,515

51,097
50,922
50,876
50,723

52,556
52,248
52,250
52,007

28,381
28,275
28,195
28,160

462
459
462
463

2,398
2,335
2,362
2,241

1,278
1,270
1,264
1,259

8,591
8,619
8,627
8,651

1,459
1,326
I 374
1,284

10,849
10,827
10,824
10,813

862
863
858
864

1
8
15
22
29

85,976
85,726
87,256
87,131
86,725

84,609
84,402
86,051
85,857
85,541

50,925
50,814
51,131
51,227
51,120

52,292
52,138
52,336
52,501
52,304

28,291
28,282
28,577
28,724
28,711

443
445
452
458
457

2,269
2, 42
2, 50
2,069
1,948

1,255
1,247
1,238
1,243
1,235

8,671
8,678
8,716
8,737
8,738

1,367
1,324
1,205
1,274
1,184

10,864
10,886
10,862
10,861
10,895

868

5
12
19
26

87,010
87,337
87,291
86,965

85,684
85,868
85,843
85,677

51,295
51,457
51,599
51,729

52,621
52,926
53,047
53,017

28,894
29,084
29,220
29,246

461
470
474
478

1,905
1,864
1,925
2,019

1,233
1,223
1.210
1,210

8,747
8,775
8,798
8,810

1,326
1,469
1,448
1,288

10,925
10,913
10,843
10,835

870
872
871
869

3
10
17
24
31

86,615
86,597
87,525
86,584
86,781

85,655
85,338
86,066
85,584
85,660

51,798
51,765
51,858
51,747
51,992

52,758
53,024
53,317
52,747
53,113

29,371
29,356
29,349
29,211
29,449

478
477
487
481
482

1,930
1,902
1,958
1,997
1,975

1,230
1,224
1,217
1,211
1,208

8,794
8,815
8,834
8,849
8,957

960
1,259
1,459
1,000
li l 2l

10,871
10,870
10,888
10,876
10,900

876
879
875
878
879

7
14
21
28

86,639
86,922
87,597
87,441

85,602
85,630
86,431
86,207

52,209
52,495
52,545
52,461

53,246
53,787
53,711
53,695

29,636
29,948
29,973
29,928

485
491
476
479

1,970
1,911
1,963
1,915

1,198
1,199
1,198
1,205

8,857
8,870
8.860
8,855

1,037
1,292
1,166
1,234

10,941
10,954
10,953
10,956

878
878
878
877

5
12
19
26

87,368
87,762
88,853
89,205

86,171
86,473
87,704
87,925

52,722
52,997
53,596
53,777

53,919
54,286
54,745
55,057

30,012
30,342
30,802
30,848

468
469
464
465

2,071
1,985
2. 12
2,214

1,197
1,197
1,202
1,202

S,848
8,856
8,865
8,852

1,197
1,289
1,149
1,280

11,003

877
864
866
871

4
11

21

20




2 20

11,012

11,017
11,067

866
864
865
864

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES—Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Balances with—

Investments
U.S. G overnm ent securities

Total

Bills

Certif­
icates

Notes
and
bonds

O ther
securities

Cash
items
in
process
o f col­
lection

C ur­
rency
and
coin

Reserves
with
F.R .
Banks

O ther
assets
D o­
mestic
banks

Total
assets

D ate

Foreign
banks

1956
29,957
29,686
29,509
29,475

1,535
1,395
1,348
1,351

866
859
811
820

27,556
27,432
27,350
27,304

8,229
8,168
8,219
8,175

9,097
8,479
8,525
7,578

1,061
1,068
1,011
995

13,916
13,706
13,734
13,474

2,768
2,534
2,554
2,422

83
74
71
72

1,832
1,845
1,901
1,905

116,771
114,314
114,329
112,728

Jan.

4
11
18
25

28,822
28,498
28,542
28,395
28,272

1,044
938
1,074
948
910

698
638
617
613
586

27,080
26,922
26,851
26,834
26,776

8,131
8,127
8,157
8,183
8,224

7,913
6,898
9,533
8,002
8,285

919
942
960
972
931

13,609
13,422
13,591
13,015
13,284

2,390
2,304
2,590
2,456
2,377

66
65
65
62
74

1,984
1,956
1,934
1,919
1,992

112,523
110,722
114,175
111,595
112,373

Feb.

1
8
15
22
29

28,157
28,431
28,654
27,995

763
987
1,113
837

563
611
865
708

26,831
26,833
26,676
26,450

8,267
8,263
8,249
8,263

7,292
8,776
7,921
7,420

917
986
929
998

13,288
13,389
13,470
13,382

2,383
2,552
2,539
2,533

67
69
61
68

1,955
1,967
1,898
1,958

111,541
114,310
114,406
113,365

M ar.

7
14
21
28

27,852
27,696
27,695
27,509

750
699
839
782

663
645
635
618

26,439
26,352
26,221
26,109

8,325
8,368
8,288
8,203

7,430
8,209
8,229
7,639

914
979
957
969

13.291
13,417
13,452
13,321

2,622
2,664
2,678
2,445

65
68
65
74

1,927
1,911
1,926
1,946

112,952
113,831
114,050
113,118

Apr.

4
11
18
25

27,357
26,939
27,082
26,877
26,873

753
572
736
634
679

588
568
578
549
544

26,016
25,799
25,768
25,694
25 650

8,138
8,006
7,992
7,995
7,951

8,121
7,297
9,228
8,021
8,090

895
948
917
966
980

13,412
13,344
13,204
13,197
13,133

2,421
2,294
2,555
2,359
2,350

70
70
71
63
74

1,972
1,995
1,935
1,965
1,995

113,45R
111,891
114,332
112,993
112,676

May

2
9
16
23
30

26,719
26,745
27,055
26,582

629
651
796
683

517
543
622
358

25,573
25,551
25,637
2 5 ,5 4 J

7,947
8,008
7,927
7,896

7,517
9,074
8,529
7,999

925
1,003
967
1,003

13,180
13,570
13,573
13,283

2,341
2,571
2,541
2,611

58
63
60
68

2,021
2,038
1,967
2,000

112,224
114,918
115,255
114,045

June

6
13
20
27

26,559
26,349
26,264
26,050

688
583
538
551

355
345
372
362

25,516
25,421
25,354
25,137

7,865
7,861
7,765
7,742

9,142
8,604
9,565
7,715

922
1,025
979
974

13,649
13,287
13,381
13,095

2,645
2,559
2,562
2,374

66
57
62
71

1,995
1,982
1,988
2,007

115,399
113,972
114,816
112.035

July

4
11
18
25

25,978
25,824
27,199
26,859
26,576

498
435
716
626
548

350
321
1,383
1,260
1,187

25,130
25,068
25,100
24,973
24,841

7,706
7,764
7,721
7,771
7,845

8,229
7,272
9,427
7,796
7,474

915
936
934
953
1,017

13,048
12,960
13,456
13,448
13,120

2,427
2,287
2,523
2,368
2,413

156
61
71
115
119

1,970
2,068
2,086
2,046
2,108

112,721
111,310
115,753
113,857
112,976

Aug.

1
8
15
22
29

26,501
26,545
26,383
26,096

463
575
760
605

1,117
1,114
1,056
970

24,921
24,856
24,567
24,521

7,888
7,866
7,861
7,852

8,116
9,296
8,823
8,457

931
1,059
994
1,024

13,290
13,251
13,529
13,412

2,462
2,561
2,581
2,533

112
112
110
118

2,115
2,118
2,102
2,140

114,036
115,734
115,430
114,649

Sept.

5
12
19
26

25,979
25,732
26,392
26,057
25,961

486
347
1,070
909
818

953
905
851
813
790

24,540
24,480
24,471
24,335
24,353

7,878
7,841
7,816
7,780
7,707

8,199
8,028
9,883
7,947
8,781

927
1,011
968
1,003
963

13,627
13,286
13,428
13,630
13,402

2,507
2,404
2,708
2,392
2,446

111
114
126
129
167

2,150
2,141
2,147
2,181
2,259

114,136
113,581
116,785
113,866
114,799

Oct.

3
10
17
24
31

25,752
25,599
26,254
26,141

630
601
1,265
1,260

825
783
779
762

24,297
24,215
24,210
24,119

7,641
7,536
7,632
7,605

8,563
10,220
9,442
8,539

990
1,067
977
1,092

13,441
13,082
13,741
13,518

2,504
2,670
2,441
2,487

116
114
62
66

2,235
2,266
2,224
2,259

114,488
116,341
116,484
115,402

Nov.

7
14
21
28

25,820
25,884
26,578
26,654

1,144
1,261
1,919
1,936

720
714
714
724

23,956
23,909
23,945
23,994

7,629
7,592
7,530
7,494

8,609
9,731
9,280
9,490

1,019
1,165
1,148
1,221

13,645
13,609
14,151
13,708

2,379
2,517
2,684
2,763

48
58
58
64

2,300
2,309
2,267
2,275

115,368
117,151
118,441
118,726

Dec.

5
12
19
26




221

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA NK S,
(In millions
Demand deposits
Total
demand
and
time
deposits

Date

j
To tal
Adjusted

Individuals,
partnerships,
and corps.

States and
political
subdivisions

U.S.
Government ,. _

Interbank
____and
!
Domestic j Foreign

Unadjusted

.

Certified
,
. „r

officers’
chccks

1956
Jan.

4
11
18
25

104,613
102,385
102,163
100,559

58,384
58,421
58,572
58,735

82,771
80,603
80,418
78,866

61,156
60,813
60,959
59,977

4,122
4,046
4,081
4,516

2,101
1,139
880
872

11,703
11,137
10,972
10,213

1,486 1
1,427
1,469 1
1,468 ^

2,203
2,041
2,057
1,820

Feb.

1
8
15
22
29

100,330
98,444
101,536
99,371
99,957

57,607
57,047
56,391
56,105
56,230

78,685
76,782
79,903
77,716
78,265

58,946
58,004
59,798
58,069
58,326

4,399
4,284
4,241
4,145
4,319

1,477
1, 19t
1,862
2,155
2,391

tO ,165
10,174
10,627
9,968
9,878

1,523 j
1,472
1,490
1,486 1
1,481 |

2,175
1,657
1,885
1,893
1,870

Mar.

7
14
21
28

98,972
101,820
101,807
100,819

56,417
57,603
56,500
55,733

77,269
80,031
80,020
79,009

57,701
60,553
58,329
57,147

4,113
4,020
4,044
4,254

1,722
1,614
3,958
4,342

10,323
10,522
10,155
9,996

1,515
1,516 ]
1,486
1,518 j

1,895
1,806
2,048
1,752

Apr.

4
II
18
25

100,471
101,159
101,406
100,398

55,392
56,211
56,713
56,908

78,634
79,358
79,614
78,631

56,886
58,392
58,842
58,257

4,122
4,014
4,083
4,281

3,404
2,426
2,483
2,624

10,858
10,932
10,662
9,939

1,550
1,580
1,527
1,521

j
1
j
1

1,814
2,014
2,017
2,009

May

2
9
(6
23
30

100,879
99,212
101,778
100,209
100,100

55,896
55,559
54,999
55,444
55,521

79,112
77,437
79,963
78,345
78,242

57,224
56,694
57,943
56,988
57,319

4,632
4,339
4,315
4,231
4,451

3,343
2,998
3,848
3,797
3,669

10,235
10,064
10,362
9,561
9,464

1.517
1,519
1,526
1,522
1,498

I
■
I
1
|

2,161
1,823
1,969
2,246
1,841

June

6
13
20
27

99,485
102,106
102,455
101,454

55,641
56,974
56,905
56,210

77,506
80,083
80,348
79,268

57,057
60,050
59,128
57,960

4,230
4,128
4,200
4,367

2,614
2,190
3,116
3,420

10,241
10,363
10,335
10,171

1,871
1,870
2,106
1,882

July

4
11
18
25

102,637
101,208
102,179
99,398

55,248
55,346
55,774
56,114

80,468
79,112
80,130
77.328

57,689
58,026
58,677
57,868

4,471
4,089
3,923
4,044

3,605
2,477
2,334
1,794

10,977
11,194
10,921
10,129

1,493 J
1,482
1,463 :
1,468 1
1
1,496 1
1,491 ,
1,536
1,576 |

2,230
1,835
2,739
1,917

Aug.

1
8
15
22
29

100,009
98,258
102,752
100,706
100,256

55,556
55,428
54,697
55,007
55,381

77,929
76,169
80,680
78,592
78,107

57,492
56,968
58,167
56,939
57,026

4,168
3,948
3,922
3,891
3,928

2,085
1,371
4,006
4,053
3,648

10,465
10,481
10,945
10,147
10,052

1,594
1,617
1,605
1,589
1,552

1
J
1

2,125
1,784
2,035
1,973
1,901

Sept.

5
12
19
26

100,801
102,464
102,332
101,573

54,920
55,777
55,908
55,374

78,678
80,240
80,142
79,368

57,327
59,485
59,098
57,961

3,949
3,777
3,640
3,831

3,205
2,294
2,689
3,404

10,843
11,307
11,112
10,543

1,594 1
1,566
1,610
1,590

1,760
1,811
1,993
2,039

Oct.

3
10
17
24
31

100,889
100,353
103,525
100,591
101,718

54,915
55,289
55,623
56,206
56,069

78,664
78,125
81,311
78,383
79,481

57,448
57,904
60,057
58,713
58,980

3,800
3,741
3,570
3,673
4,007

3,010
2,264
2,752
2,114
2,303

10,980
11,012
11,510
10,563
10,725

1,560 ;
1,532 |
1,543
1,553

1,866
1,672
1,879
1,767
1,863

Nov.

7
14
21
28

100,883
103,115
103,114
102,297

55,588
55,882
55,900
56,632

78,704
81,102
81,169
80,354

58,529
60,431
59,370
59,296

3,710
3,691
3,772
3,909

1,822
1,769
3,301
2,877

11,146
11,594
10,864
10,646

1,585
1,637
1,662
1,660 j

1,912
1,980
2,200
1,966

Dec.

5
12
19
26

101,897
103,842
105,004
105,362

56,745
58,266
58,148
58,214

79,936
81,789
82,870
83,097

59,422
61,871
61,356
61,707

3,933
3,933
3,905
3,953

2,087
1,151
2,412
2,380

10,806
10,996
11,368
11,326

1,689 1
1,645
1,662
1,687 ;

1,999
2,193
2,167
2,044




222

,

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Time, deposits

Total

Individ­ States and
uals, part­ political
subdivi­
nerships,
sions
and corps.

Borrowings

U .S .

Interbank

ment
Domestic

Other
liabilities

From
F. R.
Banks

Foreign

Capital
accounts

liabilities
and
capital
accounts

8,477
8,480
8,458
8,475

116,771
114,314
114,329
112,728

Jan.

4
II
18
25

D ate

1956
21,842
21,782
21,745
21,693

19,363
19,356
19,327
19,272

961
961
955
959

207
202
204
203

1,311
1,263
1,259
1,259

344
702
751
733

1,096
484
657
615

2,241
2,263
2,300
2,346

21,645
21,662
21,633
21,655
21,692

19,251
19,273
19,250
19,291
19,331

963
969
982
975
992

202
208
209
206
202

1,229
1,212
1,192
1,183
1,167

836
718
851
545
496

504
672
843
687
851

2,341
2,358
2,388
2,421
2,467

8,512
8,530
8,557
8,571
8,602

112,523
110,722
114,175
111,595
112,373

Feb.

1
8
15
72
29

.21,703
21,789
21,787
21,810

19,354
19,412
19,393
19,406

983
1,010
1,025
1,032

198
195
195
195

1,168
1,172
1,174
1,177

507
574
966
566

960
843
701
936

2,501
2,474
2,336
2,422

8,601
8,599
8,596
8,622

111,541
114,310
114,406
113,365

M ar.

7
14
71
28

21,837
21,801
21,792
21,767

19,414
19,382
19,323
19,311

1,044
1,044
1,055
1,058

200
197
200
180

1,179
1,178
1,214
1,218

541
864
722
747

857
727
857
865

2,443
2,378
2,381
2,410

8,640
8,703
8,684
8,698

112,952
113,831
114,050
113,118

Apr.

4
11
18
25

21,767
21,775
21,815
21,864
21,858

19,304
19,334
19,352
19,368
19,378

1,072
1,050
1,049
1,054
1,041

179
180
180
180
177

1,212
1,211
1,234
1,262
1,262

792
852
556
590
381

666
672
844
982
949

2,386
2,413
2,406
2,456
2,482

8,735
8,742
8,748
8,756
8,764

113,458
111,891
114,332
112,993
112,676

M ay

2
9
16
23
30

21,979
22,023
22,107
22,186

19,492
19,548
19,596
19,652

1,049
1,027
1,025
1,031

176
175
177
176

1,262
1,273
1,309
1,327

365
529
637
343

1,104
984
965
1,017

2,490
2,524
2,420
2,444

8,780
8,775
8,778
8,787

112,224
114,918
115,255
114,045

June

6
13
20
27

22,169
22,096
22,049
22,070

19,641
19,588
19,576
19,593

1,002
999
1,006
1,007

184
183
182
180

1,342
1,326
1,285
1,290

471
526
380
362

1,129
1,057
1,061
1,003

2,346
2,363
2,395
2,459

8,816
8,818
8,801
8,813

115,399
113,972
114,816
112,035

July

4
11
18
25

22,080
22,089
22,072
22,114
22,149

19,596
19,616
19,613
19,645
19,661

1,004
1,011
1,009
1,009
1,005

’ 180
180
178
178
178

1,300
1,282
1,272
1,282
1,305

315
570
669
685
322

1,079
1,096
928
1,002
852

2,464
2,531
2,556
2,607
2,671

8,854
8,855
8,848
8,857
8,875

112,721
111,310
115,753
113,857
112,976

Aug.

1
8
15
22
29

22,123
22,224
22,190
22,205

19,657
19,727
19,713
19,739

998
992
976
966

180
181
185
183

1,288
1,324
1,316
1,317

574
487
344
479

1,114
1,200
1,158
929

2,660
2,696
2,715
2,755

8,887
8,887
8,881
8,913

114,036
115,734
115,430
114,649

Sept.

5
12
19
26

22,225
22,228
22,214
22,208
22,237

19,760
19,778
19,769
19,765
19,794

971
948
939
930
929

190
189
189
189
189

1,304
1,313
1,317
1,324
1,325

902
511
398
767
427

666
1,013
1,173
748
817

2,747
2,769
2,765
2,824
2,858

8,932
8,935
8,924
8,936
8,979

114,136
113,581
116,785
113,866
114,799

Oct.

3
10
17
24
31

22,179
22,013
21,945
21,943

19,771
19,629
19,565
19,556

895
889
889
898

184
185
184
186

1,329
1,310
1,307
1,303

1,006
267
547
265

768
1,115
980
921

2,840
2,862
2,860
2,908

8,991
8,982
8,983
9,011

114,488
116,341
116,484
115,402

Nov.

7
14
21
28

21,961
22,053
22,134
22,265

19,598
19,701
19,752
19,886

899
900
927
922

184
185
181
182

1,280
1,267
1,274
1,275

510
399
659
519

978
911
828
868

2,940
2,957
2,914
2,934

9,043
9,042
9,036
9,043

115,368
117,151
118,441
118,726

Dec.

5
12
19
26




223

'

BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA NK S,
(In m illions
Loans
F or purchasi ng o r carrying
sccu ritics

Total

.A d ­
justed

N et

C om ­
mercial
and
indus­
trial

Agri­
cultural

T o brokers and
dealers
U.S.
Govt.
securi­
ties

O ther
securi­
ties

To
others
U.S.
Govt.
securi­
ties

Real
estate

Loans
to
banks

All
other

Other
securi­
ties

M em o:
val­
uation
I reserves

2
9
16
23
30

53,375
52,501
52,255
51,855
51,776

54,765
53,762
53,548
53.176
52,953

30,681
30,298
30,143
29.900
29,816

456
455
452
449
444

2,130
1,745
1,745
1,659
1,689

1,208
1,201
1,190
1,183
1,182

8,839
8,832
8,831
8,807
8,790

1,390
1,261
1,293
1,321
1,177

11,069
10,977
10,903
10,866
10,868

1,008
1,007
1.009
1.009
1,013

6
13
20
27

51,664
51,712
51,748
51,779

52,698
53,123
52,810
53.176

2 9 ,7 2 6

29,817
29,910
29,871

436
440
437
443

1,761
1,694
1,689
1,760

1, 55
1,151
1,153
1,148

8,770
8,782
8,766
8,762

1,034
1,411
1,062
1,397

10,833
10,843
10,808
10,813

1.017
1.015
1.015
1.018

6
13
20
27

51.887
52,310
53.115
52,831

53,161
53,756
54,486
54,255

30,007
30,410
31,149
31,012

437
434
430
431

1,797
1,791
1,822
1,670

1,150
1,156
1,148
1.146

8,736
8,740
8,746
8,740

1,274
1,446
1,371
1,424

10,803
10,824
10,864
10,874

1.043
1.045
1.044
1,042

3
10
17
24

52,944
52.888
53,251
53,072

53,989
53,934
54,372
54,289

30,906
30,961
31,103
30,928

416
415
421
421

1,952
1,834
1,874
1,842

1,152
1,155
1,176
1,174

8,691
8,690
8,699
8,690

1,045
1,046
1,121
1,217

10,873
10,879
11,024
11,062

1.046
1.046
1.046
1.045

1
8
15
22
29

53.454
52,988
53,134
52,926
52,756

54;495
54,234
54,382
54,254
53,983

31,030
30,921
31,147
30,906
30,661

420
417
422
422
416

2,113
1,762
1,667
1,706
1,765

1,173
1,167
1,159
1,156
1,156

8,679
8,665
8,669
8,664
8,661

1,041
1,246
1,248
1,328
1,227

11,086
11,103
11,117
11,121
11,144

1.047
1.047
1.047
1.049
1.047

5
12
19
26

52,834
53,413
54,434
54.454

54,258
54.306
55,489
55,678

30,750
31,094
32,039
32,097

420
425
424
428

1,767
1,940
1,969
1,842

1,163
1,168
1,170
1,169

8,649
8,667
8,675
8,667

1,424
893
1,055
1,224

11,134
11,167
11,205
11,301

3
10
17
24
31

54,282
53,972
53,852
53.496
53,568

55,381
55,061
55,022
54,857
54,800

31,877
31,755
31,641
31,355
31,310

433
431
429
428
428

1,892
1,710
1,679
1,610
1,660

1,184
1,162
1,157
1,143
1,142

8,649
8,645
8,657
8,666
8,675

1,099
1,089
1,170
1,361
1,232

11,303
11,324
11,345
11,350
11,412

1,056
1.055
1.056
1.056
1,059

7
14
21
28

53,541
53,650
54,064
53,935

54,634
55,058
55,332
55,183

31,322
31,537
31,790
31,583

420
428
427
429

1,644
1,548
1,755
1,810

1,140
1,136
1,132
1,120

8,665
8,685
8,682
8,696

1,093
1,408
1,268
1,248

11,408
11,375
11,337
11,355 1

1.058
1.059
1.059
1,058

4
11
18
25

53,864
54.115
54,597
54,332

55,419
55,294
55,775
55,519

31,616
31,843
32,163
31,967

430
436
440
441

1,692
1,675
1,791
1,748

1,133
1,116
1,129
1,114

8,683
8,708
8,718
8,725

1,555
1,179
1,178
1,187

11,366
11,394
11,413
11,394

1.056
1.057
1.057
1.057

2
9
16
23
30

54,563
54,228
54,253
53,603
53,614

55.752
55,415
55,301
54,746
54,974

31,885
31,697
31,663
31,363
31,304

446
440
440
444
452

2,021
1,921
1,922
1,589
1,642

1,118
1,118
1,116
1,111
1,106

8,727
8,729
8,759
8,769
8,758

1,189
1,187
1,048
1,143
1,360

11,427
11,383
11,411
11,385

6
13
20
27

53,535
53,684
53,726
53,329

54,835
55.306
54,821
54.752

31,301
31,387
31,353
31,093

450
449
441
434

1,554
1,590
1,737
1,610

1,102
1,091
1,094
1,093

8,751
8,776
8,777
8,777

1,300
1,622
1,095
1,423

11,411
11,437
11,452
11,387
11,385

1,061
1.060
1.058
1.058
1.059

4
11
18
25
31

53.496
53,908
54,689
54,518
54,658

55,121
55,223
56,139
55,702
55,364

31,135
31,385
31,872
31,853
31,801

437
434
433
435
436

1,756
1,915
2,190
2,022
2,190

1,094
1,805
1,106
1,114
1,154

8,761
8,779
8,780
8,772
8,761

1,625
1,315
1,450
1,184
706

11,379
11,360 i
11,374 1
11,390
11,448




224

j
!
j
1

1.049
1.048
1.048
1.050

1.060
1,061
1.063
1.063
1.067
1,070
1,066
1.068
1,132

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65—Continued
of dollars)
Balances with—

Investments
U. S. Governr nent securi ties

Certif­
icates

Notes
and
bonds

O ther
securities

Cash
items
in
process
o f col­
lection

C ur­
rency
and
coin

Reserves
with
F.R .
Banks

D o­
mestic
banks

Other
assets

Total
assets

Date

Foreign
banks

Total

Bills

26,774
26,272
26,823
26,330
26,101

2,093
1,697
2,298
1,907
1,681

703
690
706
681
680

23,978
23,885
23,819
23,742
23,740

7,485
7,425
7,425
7,398
7,420

11,061
8,265
9,621
8,214
7,841

1,132
1,086
1,000
1,003
1,017

13,600
13,665
13,587
13,639
13,530

3,156
2,525
2,621
2,490
2,304

60
62
59
60
72

2,314
2,304
2,323
2,323
2,374

120,347
115,366
117,007
114,633
113,612

Jar..

2
9
16
23
30

25,921
25,672
25,809
25,723

1,443
1,257
1,426
1,461

780
743
823
746

23,698
23,672
23,560
23,516

7,484
7,444
7,512
7,536

7,664
9,688
8,341
8,757

920
1,040
980
1,014

13,756
13,119
13,595
13,359

2,330
2,441
2,431
2,364

74
72
63
62

2,380
2,370
2,365
2,351

113,227
114,969
113,906
114,342

Feb.

6
13
20
27

25,532
25,676
25,990
25,164

1,251
1,370
1,763
1,317

773
783
761
415

23,508
23,523
23,466
23,432

7,556
7,667
7,642
7,609

8,091
8,910
8,504
8,155

950
1,031
961
991

13,217
13,194
13,437
13,038

2,345
2,476
2,535
2,584

67
62
63
61

2,347
2,339
2,295
2,333

113,266
115,111
115,913
114,190

M ar.

6
13
20
27

26,635
26,305
26,258
25,972

1,243
1,112
1,146
1,034

1,608
1,467
1,421
1,347

23,784
23,726
23,691
23,591

7,674
7,737
7,759
7,672

8,743
7,800
9,141
8,203

905
967
956
996

13,818
13,482
13,415
13,519

2,467
2,348
2,541
2,393

74
71
73
66

2,349
2,365
2,371
2,408

116,654
115,009
116,886
115,518

Apr.

3
10
17
24

26,034
25,552
25,221
25,114
25,878

1,125
880
867
850
1,665

1,311
1,302
1,620
1 ,615
1,581

23,598
23,370
22,734
22,649
22,632

7,641
7,547
7,550
7,586
7,608

9,687
7,663
10,116
8,231
8,585

897
944
929
966
942

13,736
13,389
13,388
13,198
13,368

2,497
2,350
2,512
2,345
2,242

56
62
60
50
72

2,460
2,451
2,421
2,402
2,399

117,503
114,192
116,579
114,146
115,077

May

1
8
15
22
29

25,790
25,690
25,633
24,917

1,638
1,585
1,541
985

1,561
1,536
1,527
J ,429

22,591
22,569
22,565
22,503

7,586
7,651
7,603
7,601

7,945
9,310
8,914
8,809

924
1,013
977
1,026

13,113
13,619
13,505
13,350

2,358
2,432
2,457
2,409

65
66
64
68

2,419
2,411
2,323
2,381

114,458
116,498
116,965
116,239

June

5
12
19
26

26,310
26,020
25,642
25,223
25,241

2,334
2,013
1,725
1,481
1,504

1,475
1,455
1,409
1,327
1,342

22,501
22,552
22,508
22,415
.22,395

7,612
7,589
7,596
7,525
7,556

9,378
8,689
9,652
8,198
8,798

899
1,026
988
995
966

13,576
13,351
13,400
13,334
13,275

2,463
2,359
2,513
2,404
2,463

212
79
72
70
63

2,207
2,342
2,355
2,367
2,468

118,038
116,516
117,240
114,973
115,630

July

3
10
17
24
31

24,821
24.646
25,303
24,914

1,286
1,177
1,918
1,623

1,714
1,655
1,582
1,562

21,821
21,814
21,803
21,729

7,593
7,572
7,606
7,621

7,470
9,053
8,359
8,782

930
1,017
973
1,043

13,047
12,818
13,017
13,242

2,320
2,478
2,356
2,265

62
60
57
60

2,445
2,501
2.538
2,621

113,322
115,203
115,541
115,731

Aug.

7
14
21
28

24,787
24,762
24,747
24,537

1,473
1,469
1,458
1,306

1,583
1,586
1,578
1,506

21,731
21,707
21,711
21,725

7,630
7,704
7,708
7,689

8,693
8,997
9,510
8,319

965
1,056
1,006
1,025

12,792
13,072
13,431
13,128

2,444
2,401
2,523
2,388

64
60
63
60

2,622
2,627
2,608
2,617

115,416
115,973
117,371
115,282

Sept.

4
11
18
25

25,654
25,324
25,346
25,270
25,191

1,197
1,061
1,120
1,128
1,156

1,732
1,673
1,668
1,639
1,600

22,725
22,590
22,558
22,503
22,435

7,681
7,715
7,693
7,666
7,938

9,110
8,205
9,933
8,216
8,617

953
996
977
1,017
1,053

13,325
13,168
13,232
13,363
13,367

2,385
2,350
2,554
2,341
2,344

63
58
64
57
73

2,679
2,693
2,668
2,692
2,702

117,602
115,924
117,768
115,368
116,259

Oct.

2
9
16
23
30

24,959
24,785
24,938
25,010

1,011
883
1,006
1,007

1,584
1,601
1,666
1,713

22,364
22,301
22,266
22,290

7,783
7,634
7,668
7,733

9,015
9,740
9,462
9,479

973
1,087
1,015
1,023

13,176
12,862
13,608
13,340

2,335
2,455
2,379
2,354

55
59
63
53

2,709
2,705
2,646
2,706

115,840
116,633
116,600
116,450

Nov.

6
13
20
27

25,619
25,630
26,010
26,087
26,423

1,042
1,124
1,470
1,533
1,888

1,697
1,726
1,730
1,725
1,752

22,880
22,780
22,8110
22,829
22,783

7,743
7,852
7,879
7,882
7,906

8,903
9,109
9,819
9,732
11,841

1.038
1,170
1,181
1,112
1,131

13,421
13,734
13,834
13,807
13,670

2,329
2,346
2,617
2,599
3,193

58
58
72
70
74

2,748
2,725
2,662
2,657
2,712

116,980
117,847
120,213
119,648
122,314

Dec.

4
11
18
25
31

1957




225

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA NK S,
(In millions
Dem and deposits
Total
demand
and
time
deposits

Date

Individuals,
partnerships,
and corps.

Total
Adjusted

States and
political
subdivisions

U.S.
Government

Interbank
Domestic

Unadjusted

Foreign

Certified
and
officers*
checks

1957
Jan.

2
9
16
23
30

107,497
102,421
104,224
101,795
100,668

57,629
57,760
58,523
58,296
58,076

85,230
80,036
81,717
79,254
78,087

61,966
60,130
61,976
60,545
59,951

4,183
4,011
4,183
4,095
4,211

2,181
949
643
624
790

12,640
11,425
11,329
10,537
9,854

1,719
1,637
1,601
1,583
1,526

2,541
1,884
1,985
1,870
1,755

Feb.

6
13
20
27

99,910
101,611
100,491
101,010

56,874
56,423
56,214
56,370

77,263
78,934
77,746
78,211

58,685
60,408
58,701
59,228

4,083
3,888
4,030
4,099

873
844
1,518
1,554

10,338
10,500
10,140
9,991

1,514
1,479
1,533
1,539

1,770
1,815
1,824
1,800

M ar.

6
13
20
27

99,710
101,639
102,402
100,895

55,791
56,905
55,704
55,472

76,798
78,534
79,204
77,651

57,951
60,262
58,458
57,769

4,031
3,796
3,808
4,033

1,008
958
3,062
2,304

10,361
10,240
10,382
10,244

1,547
1,521
1,552
1,476

1,900
1,757
1,942
1,825

Apr.

3
10
17
24

103,263
101,523
103,619
102,231

55,118
55,588
56,588
56,695

79,928
78,169
80,341
78,950

57,179
57,763
59,483
58,793

4,045
3,872
4,121
4,193

3,946
2,756
2,289
2,354

10,646
10,518
10,783
10,148

1,475
1,507
1,540
1,550

2,637
1,753
2,125
1,912

M ay

I
8
15
22
29

103,934
100,652
103,094
100,625
101,573

56,213
55,273
55,057
55,151
55,149

80,608
77,260
79,638
77,090
77,890

58,635
56,859
58,910
57,316
57,383

4,545
4,361
4,297
4,315
4,439

2,822
2,581
2,327
2,334
3,214

10,298
10,156
10,559
9,748
9,406

1,588
1,587
1,579
1,626
1,536

2,720
1,716
1,966
1,751
1,912

June

5
12
19
26

101,063
102,887
103,578
103,025

55,320
56,448
56,276
55,729

77,329
79,124
79,910
79,240

57,144
59,718
59,105
58,013

4,371
4,272
4,092
4,483

2,367
1,511
2,800
3,125

10,173
10,330
10,327
9,903

1,524
1,525
1,593
1,674

1,750
1,768
1,993
2,042

July

3
10
17
24
31

104,651
103,336
104,144
101,881
102,610

54,307
54,750
55,167
55,570
55,550

80,906
79,585
80,353
78,100
78,843

57,306
57,438
58,972
57,915
58,276

4,238
4,109
3,836
3,945
4,169

5,004
3,820
3,060
2,349
2,381

10,576
10,664
10,814
10,286
10,447

1,641
1,662
1,660
1,697
1,667

2,141
1,892
2,011
1,908
1,903

Aug.

7
14
21
28

99,992
101,6i2
101,844
101,850

55,096
54,683
54,482
54,973

76,176
77,815
78,052
78,035

56,832
58,233
57,159
57,374

4,108
3,839
3,838
3,878

1,313
1,423
3,124
2,647

10,568
10,902
10,301
9,972

1,729
1,754
1,786
1,661

1,626
1,664
1,844
2,503

Sept.

4
11
18
25

101,498
102,180
103,224
101,268

54,413
55,671
55,094
54,788

77,652
78,253
79,278
77,247

57,290
59,048
58,789
57,485

3,932
3,802
3,784
3,887

2,203
1,020
2,043
2,173

10,645
10,880
10,973
10,352

1,698
1,685
1,658
1,615

1,884
1,818
2,031
1,735

Oct.

2
9
16
23
30

103,647
101,999
104,075
101,490
102,124

54,015
54,344
54,774
55,383
55,805

79.566
77,865
79,922
77,340
77,973

57,159
56,850
59,352
58,193
58,495

3,872
3,650
3,581
3,702
3,857

4,008
2,757
2,087
1,662
1,683

10,737
10,843
11,383
10,354
10,154

1,696
1,716
1,745
1,725
1,714

2,094
2,049
1,774
1,704
2,070

Nov.

6
13
20
27

101,803
102,505
102,389
102,335

54,800
55,025
55,110
55,464

77,687
78,538
78,502
78,402

57,758
59,215
58,456
58,772

3,987
3,677
3,729
4,005

1,400
1,158
1,913
1,758

10,773
10,949
10,378
10,062

1,699
1,666
1,639
1,639

2,070
1,873
2,387
2,166

Dec.

4
11
18
25
31

102,705
103,556
105,907
105,538
109,690

55,389
56,710
56,651
56,169
56,887

78,727
79,448
81,773
81,235
85,184

58,063
59,833
60,040
59,800
61,887

3,981
3,825
3,917
4,013
4,331

2,332
1,418
2,374
2,800
2,458

10,493
10,559
11,259
10,851
12,305

1,610
1,652
1,670
1,683
1,693

2,248
2,161
2,513
2,088
2,510




226

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65—Continued

of dollars)
Time deposits

Total

Individ­ States and
uals, p art­ political
subdivi­
nerships,
and corps.
sions

Borrowings

U. S.

Interbank

ment
Domestic

Foreign

From
F. R.
Banks

Other
liabilities

Capital
accounts

liabilities
and
capital
accounts

Other

D ate

19S7
22,267
22,385
22,507
22,541
22,581

19,919
20,022
20,143
20,169
20,214

916
935
942
948
939

182
184
182
182
183

1,250
1,244
1,240
1,242
1,245

309
254
179
262
475

788
929
878
830
682

2,713
2,717
2,703
2,719
2,740

9,040
9,045
9,023
9,027
9,047

120,347
115,366
117,007
114,633
113,612

Jan.

2
9
16
23
30

22,647
22,677
22,745
22,799

20,268
20,292
20,363
20,407

956
959
965
964

181
179
180
183

1,242
1,247
1,237
1,245

723
359
741
304

728
1,115
745
1,101

2,778
2,794
2,854
2,810

9,088
9,090
9,075
9,117

113,227
114,969
113,906
114,342

Feb.

6
13
20
27

22,912
23,105
23,198
23,244

20,499
20,684
20,759
20,819

987
990
1,002
994

180
179
181
180

1,246
1,252
1,256
1,251

670
475
781
451

970
1,079
998
1,054

2,811
2,818
2,642
2,671

9,105
9,100
9,090
9,119

113,266
115,111
115,913
114,190

M ar.

6
13
20
27

23,335
23,354
23,278
23,281

20,897
20,912
20,838
20,834

1,004
1,009
1,016
1,040

182
185
184
182

1,252
1,248
1,240
1,225

1,009
1,086
719
562

593
554
658
776

2,654
2,702
2,762
2,814

9,135
9,144
9,128
9,135

116,654
115,009
116,886
115,518

Apr.

3
10
17
24

23,326
23,392
23,456
23,535
23,683

20,870
20,938
20,969
21,037
21,082

1,063
1,066
1,079
1,087
1,111

181
181
182
181
179

1,212
1,207
1,226
1,230
1,311

978
634
532
535
688

559
882
914
958
759

2,853
2,835
2,856
2,839
2,856

9,179
9,189
9,183
9,189
9,201

117,503
114,192
116,579
114,146
115,077

M ay

23,734
23,763
23,668
23,785

21,129
21,180
21,111
21,205

1,105
1,097
1,098
1,124

180
181
180
181

1,320
1,305
1,279
1,275

366
1,071
910
615

1,019
468
610
755

2,790
2,860
2,658
2,611

9,220
9,212
9,209
9,233

114,458
116,498
116,965
116,239

June

5
12
19
26

23,745
23,751
23,791
23,781
23,767

21,171
21,174
21,221
21,227
21,219

1,125
1,116
1,132
1,125
1,123

188
187
186
186
187

1,261
1,274
1,252
1,243
1,238

970
792
564
270
271

618
544
664
826
682

2,553
2,600
2,641
2,764
2,671

9,246
9,244
9,227
9,232
9,396

118,038
116,516
117,240
114,973
115,630

July

3
10
17
24
31

23,816
23,797
23,792
23,815

21,275
21,265
21,285
21,292

1,119
1,136
1,133
1,135

186
187
185
185

1,236
1,209
1,189
1,203

645
395
582
605

611
988
808
857

2,654
2,801
2,898
2,979

9,420
9,407
9,409
9,440

113,322
115,203
115,541
115,731

Aug.

7
14
21
28

23,846
23,927
23,946
24,021

21,319
21,398
21,397
21,451

1,130
1,130
1,136
1,133

185
186
187
186

1,212
1,213
1,226
1,251

366
640
951
672

1,129
720
750
856

2,975
2,986
3,018
3,034

9,448
9,447
9,428
9,452

115,416
115,973
117,371
115,282

Sept.

4
11
18
25

24,081
24,134
24,153
24,150
24,151

21,494
21,574
21,612
21,631
21,635

1,143
1,132
1,116
1,109
1,111

184
181
181
181
179

1,260
1,247
1,244
1,229
1,226

595
582
524
548
589

841
743
588
702
887

3,045
3,112
3,065
3,104
3,093

9,474
9,488
9,516
9,524
9,566

117,602
115,924
117,768
115,368
116,259

Oct.

2
9
16
23
30

24,116
23,967
23,887
23,933

21,654
21,535
21,447
21,487

1,066
1,043
1,057
1,063

176
175
170
169

1,220
1,214
1,213
1,217

551
266
928
410

851
1,187
593
950

3,045
3,089
3,113
3,154

9,590
9,586
9,577
9,601

115,840
116,633
116,600
116,450

Nov.

6
13
20
27

23,978
24,108
24,134
24,303
24,506

21,507
21,619
21,622
21,762
21,951

1,086
1,101
1,134
1,168
1,175

167
168
167
166
167

1,218
1,220
1,211
1,207
1,213

380
784
694
671
22

1,097
709
828
676

3,192
3,214
3,187
3,147
2,967

9,606
9,584
9,597
9,616
9,635

116,980
117,847
120,213
119,648
122,314

Dec.

4
11
18
25
31




227

\

8
15
22
29

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA NK S,
(In millions
Loans
Loans and
investments

D ate
Total

Total
ad ­
justed

A d­
justed

""

F o r purchasing o r carrying
securities

Total

Net

C om ­
mercial
and
indus~
trial

Agri­
cultural

To brokers and
dealers
U.S.
Govt.
securi­
ties

Other
securi­
ties

To
others

Real
estate

Loans
to
banks

All
other

......

M em o:
val­
uation
reserves

U.S.
Other
G ovt. 1 securisecuritics
tics i

1958
Jan.

8
15
22
29

89,094
88,391
88,146
87,644

87,744
87,018
86,521
86,187

53,748
53,211
52,673
52,245

55,098
54,584
54,298
53,702

31,130
30,843
30,337
30,119

439
436
438
437

2,022
1,815
1,833
1,645

1,108
1,105
1,116
1,125

8,750
8,747
8,753
8,744

1,350
1,373
1,625
1,457

11,431
11,398
11,329
11,308

1,132
1,133
1,133
1,133

Feb.

5
12
19
26

88,770
88,689
88,460
88,804

87,066
87,156
87,027
87,361

52,726
52,679
52,422
52,281

54,430
54,212
53,855
53,724

29,912
29,806
29,932
29,925

447
443
438
442

2,230
2,303
1,968
1,882

1,124
1,117
1,171
1,178

8,732
8,738
8,737
8,742

1,704
1,533
1,433
1,443

11,420
11,411
11,316
11,251

1,139
1,139
1,140
1,139

M ar.

5
12
19
26

90,263
90,960
92,083
91,243

88,576
89,408
90,474
89,813

52,434
52,776
53,551
53,006

54,121
54,328
55,160
54,436

29,716
29,847
30,513
30,499

445
445
448
448

2,267
2,555
2,682
2,070

1,191
1,185
1,189
1,284

8,709
8,725
8,710
8,734

1,687
1,552
1,609
1,430

11,247
11,162
11,156
11,116

1,141
1,143
1,147
1,145

Apr.

2
9
16
23
30

90,945
91,574
94,479
93,702
93,984

89,541
89,834
92,713
92,052
92,483

52,699
52,962
53,575
53,036
52,995

54,103
54,702
55,341
54,686
54,496

30,313
30,131
30,129
29,714
29,645

450
458
454
460
462

1,983
2,418
2,931
2,776
2,749

1,274
1,280
1,280
1,314
1,315

8,695
8,712
8,729
8,735
8,746

1,404
1,740
1,766
1,650
1,501

11,135
11,114
11,205
11,189
11,235

1,151
1,151
1,153
1,152
1,157

M ay

7
14
21
28

93,470
93,145
93,364
93,623

91,973
91,785
91,803
92,100

52,533
52,395
52,029
52,068

54,030
53,755
53,590
53,591

29,581
29,546
29,378
29,241

470
470
473
477

2,373
2,257
2,067
2,204

1,312
1,298
1,302
1,288

8,757
8,774
8,800
8,821

1,497
1,360
1,561
1,523

11,196
11,207
11,168
11,195

1,156
1,157
1,159
1,158

June

4
11
18
25

94,615
95,241
97,592
97,256

92,934
93,534
95,988
95,833

52,492
53,029
54,252
53,801

54,173
54,736
55,856
55,224

29,122
29,229
29,803
29,780

478
485
494
500

2,774
3,177
3,671
3,170

1,296
1,287
1,388
1,381

8,817
8,853
8,870
8,891

1,681
1,707
1,604
1,423

11,165
11,160
11,191
11,246

1,160
1,162
1,165
1,167

July

2
9
16
23
30

96,756
103,784
103,186
102,969
102,516

95,262
102,162
101,799
101,482
101,169

53,513
57,051
56,818
56,509
56,313

55,007
58,673
58,205
57,996
57,660

29,786
30,303
30,126
29,830
29,710

510
762
767
777
790

2,819
2,530
2,421
2,456
2,323

1,433
1,462
1,458
1,417
1,385

8,890
10,652
10,698
10,705
10,744

1,494
1,622
1,387
1,487
1,347

11,257
12,586
12,590
12,567
12,604

1,182
1,244
1,242
1,243
1,243

Aug.

6
13
20
27

104,749
104,184
103,764
103,670

103,134
102,551
102,432
102,042

56,085
55,992
56,224
56,096

57,700
57,625
57,556
57,724

29,769
29,837
30,077
30,051

788
804
822
814

2,095
1,910
1,830
1,687

1,315
1,281
1,275
1,278

10,742
10,786
10,827
10,847

1,615
1,633
1,332
1,628

12,622
12,620
12,639
12,666

1,246
1,246
1,246
1,247

Sept.

3
10
17
24

103,722
104,040
103,606
102,652

102,011
102,416
101,837
101,127

56,354
56,613
56,921
56,623

58,065
58,237
58,690
58,148

30,038
30,246
30,637
30,476

815
808
799
797

1,852
1,860
1,714
1,689

1,288
1,288
1,290
1,292

10,856
10,886
10,933
10,964

1,711
1,624
1,769
1,525

12,755
12,776
12,799
12,655

1,250
1,251
1,251
1,250

Oct.

1
8
15
22
29

103,166
103,372
104,010
103,394
103,266

101,338
101,927
102,418
101,915
101,792

56,871
56,799
57,156
56,952
57,074

58,699
58,244
58,748
58,431
58,548

30,521
30,470
30,699
30,555
30,569

798
801
808
816
829

1,830
1,747
1,742
1,662
1,660

1,271
1,263
1,274
1,270
1,280

10,982
11,047
11,124
11,153
11,189

1.828
1,445
1,592
1,479
1,474

12,715
12,712
12,753
12,740
12,789

1,246
1,241
1,244
1,244
1,242

Nov.

5
12
19
26

103,551
103,644
103,113
104,397

101,900
101,662
101,743
103,196

57,379
57,629
57,721
57,917

59,030
59,611
59,091
59,118

30,688
30,844
30,861
30,836

832
841
838
840

1,757
1,800
1,798 *
1,935

1,276
1,275
1,267
1,269

11,244
11,288
11,336
11,381

1,651
1,982
1,370
1,201

12,827
12,829
12,868
12,905

1,245
1,248
1,247
1,249

Dec.

3
10
17
24
31

104,567
104,938
105,583
105,229
105,426

102,901
103,116
103,991
103,913
104,688

57,995
58,348
59,193
59,161
59,867

59,661
60,170
60,785
60,477
60,605

30,928
31,066
31,450
31,408
31,699

827
832
836
843
841

1,876
2,044
2,404
2,320
2,569

1,273
1,279
1,286
1,298
1,315

11,374
11,420
11,455
11,471
11,487

1,666
1,822
1,592
1,316
738

12,967
12,958
13,013
13,070
13,252

1,250
1,251
1,251
1,249
1,296




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LIABILITIES—Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Investments

Balances with—

U.S. G overnm ent securities

Certif­
icates

Notes
and
bonds

O ther
securities

Cash
items
in
process
o f col­
lection

C ur­
rency
and
coin

Reserves
with
F.R .
Banks

D o­
mestic
banks

Foreign
banks

O ther
assets

Total
assets

Date

Total

Bills

26,087
25,945
25,861
25,923

1,581
1,485
1,389
1,431

1,734
1,714
1,796
1,799

22,772
22,746
22,676
22,693

7,909
7,862
7,987
8,019

8,459
10,008
8,769
7,782

1,077
1,028
1,011
1,031

13,758
13,635
13,782
13,458

2,420
2,633
2,417
2,480

1,271
63
65
64

1,502
2,723
2,838
2,899

117,581
118,481
117,028
115,358

Jan.

8
15
22
29

26,290
26,313
26,452
26,856

1,458
1,400
1,254
1,552

2,051
2,087
1,076
1,119

22,781
22,826
24,122
24,185

8,050
8,164
8,153
8,224

8,498
8,777
8,109
8,163

905
1,013
952
1,012

13,452
13,264
13,562
13,469

2,505
2,503
2,694
2,518

57
55
63
56

2,960
2,931
2,855
2,925

117,147
117,232
116,695
116,947

Feb.

5
12
19
26

27,707
28,025
28,255
28,108

1,963
2,069
2,247
2,120

1,149
1,136
1,170
1,156

24,595
24,820
24,838
24,832

8,435
8,607
8,668
8,699

8,423
9,373
8,593
8,414

890
1.000
952
978

13,262
13,457
13,512
13,109

2,434
2,510
2,461
2,607

54
58
62
60

2,978
2,923
2,888
2,898

118,304
120,281
120,551
119,309

M ar.

5
12
19
26

28,113
28,055
30,164
30,107
30,548

2,057
1,945
2,092
1,918
2,146

1,140
1,159
1,131
1,149
1,169

24,916
24,951
26,941
27,040
27,233

8,729
8,817
8,974
8,909
8,940

8,148
7,745
10,169
8,982
9,576

901
965
952
968
922

12,960
13,031
13,560
13,297
12,982

2,964
2,413
2,623
2,445
2,698

64
62
61
68
89

2,891
2,852
2,835
2,845
2,949

118,873
118,642
124,679
122,307
123,200

Apr.

2
9
16
23
30

30,496
30,511
30,856
31,093

1,895
1,819
1,887
1,964

1,191
1,225
1,318
1,298

27,410
27,467
27,651
27,831

8,944
8,879
8,918
8,939

7,948
9,288
8,281
8,155

909
994
964
1,049

13,018
12,855
12,879
12,877

2,400
2,789
2,683
2,769

81
74
76
83

2,871
2,866
2,799
2,810

120,697
122,011
121,046
121,366

May

7
14
21
28

31,289
31,216
32,399
32,615

1,925
1,735
2,327
2,421

1,346
1,351
1,598
1,621

28,018
28,130
28,474
28,573

9,153
9,289
9,337
9,417

8,789
8,939
10,230
8,744

927
1,010
999
1,010

12,840
13,210
13,548
13,387

2,613
2,649
2,725
2,696

102
104
108
109

2,905
2,897
2,774
2,779

122,791
124,050
127,976
125,981

June

4
11
18
25

32,575
34,999
34,814
34,723
34,651

2,294
2,188
2,018
1,989
2,015

1,650
1,776
1,762
1,808
1,802

28,631
31,035
31,034
30,926
30,834

9,174
10,112
10,167
10,250
10,205

9,516
9,148
10,221
9,802
8,453

968
1,144
1,130
1,137
1,169

13,318
13,757
14,015
13,886
13,643

2,962
3,092
3,154
3,032
3,070

123
114
116
119
117

2,766
2,948
2,939
2,983
3,063

126,409
133,987
134,761
133,928
132,031

July

2
9
16
23
30

36,826
36,308
35,942
35,584

2,248
1,918
1,732
1,541

4,841
4,780
4,692
4,629

29,737
29,610
29,518
29,414

10,223
10,251
10,266
10,362

8,531
9,497
8,672
8,218

1,048
1,154
1 , 114
1,185

13,733
13,798
13,752
13,577

2,945
2,957
2,878
2,705

109
121
122
109

3,058
3,038
2,897
2,978

134,173
134,749
133,199
132,442

Aug.

6
13
.20
27

35,346
35,340
34,579
34,139

1,485
1,709
1,685
1,417

4,592
4,510
4,430
4,379

29,269
29,121
28,464
28,343

10,311
10,463
10,337
10,365

8,994
9,124
9,829
8,258

1,127
1,178
1,142
1,173

13,394
13,447
13,463
13,349

2,927
2,860
3,053
2,801

118
117
111
115

2,991
2,970
2,921
2,950

133,273
133,736
134,125
131,298

Sept.

3
10
17
24

34,103
34,695
34,834
34,570
34,351

1,477
2,114
2,079
1,984
1,882

4,345
4,339
4,365
4,257
4,191

28,281
28,242
28,390
28,329
28,278

10,364
10,433
10,428
10,393
10,367

10,036
8,451
11,608
9,270
8,874

1,073
1,125
1,144
1,169
1,204

13,258
13,430
13,727
13,922
13,483

2,967
2,700
3,040
2,793
2,819

120
114
117
103
98

2,995
2,945
2,915
2,910
2,966

133,615
132,137
136,561
133,561
132,710

Oct.

1
8
15
22
29

34,260
34,017
34,004
35,225

1,821
1,644
1,657
2,887

4,172
4,161
4,158
4,213

28,267
28,212
28,189
28,125

10,261
10,016
10,018
10,054

10,353
10,546
9,780
10,264

1,111
1,245
1,175
1,161

13,452
12,916
13,840
14,112

2,846
3,012
2,832
2,812

96
95
91
95

3,030
3,086
3,001
2,996

134,439
134,544
133,832
135,837

Nov.

5
12
19
26

34,891
34,609
34,636
34,618
34,627

2,546
2,257
2,339
2,366
2,400

4,363
4,364
4,340
4,325
4,325

27,982
27,988
27,957
27,927
27,902

10,015
10,159
10,162
10,134
10,194

9,653
9,349
10,818
10,736
12,912

1,190
1,298
1,314
1,177
1,220

13,465
13,501
14,128
14,159
13,816

2,787
2,769
3,107
2,970
3,672

90
87
87
101
110

3,058
3,035
2,991
2,982
3,014

134,810
134,977
138,028
137,354
140,170

Dec.

3
10
17
24
31

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4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BANK S,
(In millions
Demand deposits
Total
demand
and
time
deposits

D ate

Total
Adjusted

Individuals,
partnerships,
and corps.

States and
political
subdivisions

U.S.
1
Government I

Interbank
_ _
_
Domestic

Unadjusted

Certified
and
officers’
J checks

-,j

Foreign

1958
Jan.

s
IS
22
29

103,615
105,065
102,959
101,672

56,356
56,532
56,556
56,134

79,167
80,433
78,235
76,749

58,647
60,399
58,845
57,924

4,119
4,064
4,099
4,176

1,364
844
855
1,048

11,311
11,465
10,501
10,252

1,677
1,584
1,554
1,533

2,049
2,077
2,381
1,816

Feb.

5
12
19
26

103,226
103,124
102,843
103,020

55,880
55,548
54,882
54,943

77,977
77,558
77,107
77,120

57,554
58,224
56,893
57,040

4,312
4,193
4,118
4,141

1,417
1,222
2,144
2,308

10,681
10,526
10,493
10,203

1,501
1,485
1,479
1,503

2,512
1,908
1,980
1,925

M ar.

5
12
19
26

103,917
106,029
106,334
105,584

54,503
56,031
55,243
54,507

77,739
79,629
79,775
78,808

56,624
59,231
57,703
56,381

4,216
4,008
4,027
4,227

2,405
1,982
3,699
3,935

10,914
10,738
10,749
10,499

1,494
1,505
1,491
1,453

2,086
2,165
2,106
2,313

Apr.

2
9
16
23
30

105,207
104,434
110,303
108,048
109,209

54,119
55,251
56,491
56,361
55,699

78,372
77,408
83,126
80,733
81,776

56,070
56,829
59,290
57,922
57,863

4,286
4,193
4,746
4,651
4,937

3,092
1,711
3,471
3,131
3,945

11,519
11,199
11,490
10,746
11,009

1,494
1,502
1,505
1,513
1,547

1,911
1,974
2,624
2,770
2,475

M ay

7
14
21
28

106,614
108,134
106,934
107,272

54,915
54,706
54,671
55,434

79,033
80,477
79,159
79,366

56,272
57,750
56,476
56,917

4,625
4,438
4,608
4,739

3,670
3,436
3,919
3,556

10,949
11,479
10,770
10,751

1,551
1,568
1,518
1,470

1,966
1,806
1,868
1,933

June

4
11
18
25

108,461
109,543
113,898
112,115

55,686
57,100
57,434
55,266

80,479
81,366
85,691
83,715

57,195
59,267
60,019
57,067

4,923
4,660
4,564
4,601

3,193
2,432
5,057
7,324

11,367
11,353
11,411
10,870

1,444
1,542
1,559
1,511

2,357
2,112
3,081
2,342

July

2
9
16
23
30

112,540
118,968
120,139
119,203
117,405

56,090
58,912
59,735
60,549
60,755

84,039
86,625
87,852
86,880
85,041

57,176
61,121
63,158
62,703
62,322

4,426
4,697
4,481
4,544
4,637

6,372
4,783
4,170
3,325
2,816

12,061
12,290
12,065
11,551
11,383

1,530
1,492
1,661
J ,653
1,634

2,474
2,242
2,317
3,104
2,249

Aug.

6
13
20
27

118,972
119,541
118,151
117,259

59,849
59,670
59,438
59,953

86,540
87,114
85,781
84,862

61,460
62,674
61,672
61,753

4,668
-4,448
4,462
4,536

4,484
4,210
4,485
3,881

12,026
12,123
11,591
11,191

1,650
1,614
1,595
1,619

2,252
2,045
1,976
1,882

Sept.

3
10
17
24

117,987
118,181
118,796
115,886

59,613
60,814
60,939
59,716

85,574
85,625
86,428
83,541

61,822
63,360
64,263
61,782

4,657
4,451
4,338
4,363

3,673
2,294
2,116
2,923

11,717
11,885
12,041
11,206

1,577
1,508
1,503
1,438

2,128
2,127
2,167
1,829

Oct.

1
8
15
22
29

118,180
116,819
121,200
117,763
117,455

60,118
59,773
60,329
60,933
61,541

85,912
84,514
88,896
85,471
85,149

62,996
62,082
65,768
64,145
64,045

4,577
4,223
4,121
4,176
4,396

2,620
3,193
3,121
2,359
2,077

11,710
11,667
12,390
11,410
11,165

1,428
1,430
1,448
1,499
1,492

2,581
1,919
2,048
1,882
1,974

Nov.

5
12
19
26

118,626
118,374
117,918
119,710

60,749
61,170
61,169
61,589

86,373
86,286
85,942
87,750

64,164
65,208
64,466
64,980

4,772
4,464
4,403
4,620

3,968
1,347
2,157
3,645

11,860
11,760
11,336
10,776

1,443
1,463
1,500
1,476

2,166
2,044
2,080
2,253

Dec.

3
10
17
24
31

118,746
118,975
122,270
121,625
126,175

61,520
63,298
63,800
62,877
63,507

86,774
86,912
90,172
89,314
93,665

64,239
65,914
67,267
66,591
68,599

4,595
4,554
4,585
4,587
4,841

2,893
1,466
2,152
2,829
2,952

11,244
11,288
11,846
11,310
12,709

1,464
1,511
1,556
1,562

2,339
2,179
2,766
2,435
2,979




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WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES—Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Time deposits

Total

Borrowings

Individ­ States and
uals, p art­ political
subdivi­
nerships,
sions
and corps.

U . S.
G overn­
ment

Inter >ank
Domestic

From
F . R.
Banks

Other

Other
liabilities

C apital
accounts

liabilities
and
capital
accounts

Foreign

D ate

1958
24,448
24,632
24,724
24,923

21,907
21,961
21,029
22,062

1,183
1,192
1,201
1,216

137
134
134
137

1,221
1,345
1,360
1,508

619
128
298
118

754
697
1,043
782

2,944
2,947
3,094
3,111

9,649
9,644
9,634
9,675

117,581
118,481
117,028
115,358

Jan.

8
15
77
29

25,249
25,566
25,736
25,900

22,157
22,245
22,306
22,390

1,304
1,362
1,380
1,443

136
136
134
134

1,652
1,823
1,916
1,933

75
143
68
79

999
1,053
862
807

3,149
3,211
3,217
3,311

9,698
9,701
9,705
9,730

117,147
117,232
116,695
116,947

Feb.

5
12
19
26

26,178
26,400
26,559
26,776

22,578
22,720
22,832
22,969

1,474
1,516
1,528
1,540

142
139
137
137

1,984
2,025
2,062
2,130

56
155
191
48

1,195
994
1,129
711

3,402
3,358
3,157
3,203

9,734
9,745
9,740
9,763

118,304
120,281
120,551
119,309

M ar.

5
12
19
26

26,835
27,026
27,177
27,315
27,433

23,003
23,138
23,217
23,290
23,367

1,551
1,571
1,625
1,672
1,703

139
140
141
142
142

2,142
2,177
2,194
2,211
2,221

53
89
255
190
63

670
1,145
1,147
1,024
771

3,158
3,171
3,194
3,242
3,304

9,785
9,803
9,780
9,803
9,853

118,873
118,642
124,679
122,307
123,200

Apr.

2
9
16
23
30

27,581
27,657
27,775
27,906

23,488
23,508
23,609
23,701

1,759
1,778
1,792
1,781

139
141
143
145

2,195
2,230
2,231
2,279

75
56
40
54

859
648
883
837

3,264
3,291
3,300
3,297

9,885
9,882
9,889
9,906

120,697
122,011
121,046
121,366

May

7
14
21
28

27,982
28,177
28,207
28,400

23,769
23,940
23,939
24,076

1,805
1,861
1,907
1,969

144
144
143
145

2,264
2,232
2,218
2,210

81
104
106
60

961
1,104
913
707

3,350
3,354
3,109
3,128

9,938
9,945
9,950
9,971

122,791
124,050
127,976
125,981

June

4
11
18
25

28,501
32,343
32,287
32,323
32,364

24,168
27,713
27,832
27,861
27,906

1,956
2,200
2,142
2,139
2,136

171
168
166
169
170

2,206
2,262
2,147
2,154
2,152 - - - - - -

52
100
78
27
63

783
1,078
712
836
616

3,058
3,229
3,251
3,268
3,326

9,976
10,612
10,581
10,594
10,621

126,409
133,987
134,761
133,928
132,031

July

2
9
16
23
30

32,432
32,427
32,370
32,387

27,996
28,019
27,998
28,028

2,123
2,113
2,073
2,057

170
171
170
172

2,143
2,124
2,129
2,140

224
106
198
111

996
1,098
857
1,022

3,332
3,350
3,343
3,379

10,649
10,654
10,650
10,671

134,173
134,749
133,199
132,442

Aug.

6
13
20
27

32,413
32,556
32,368
32,345

28,062
28,169
28,033
28,054

2,046
2,025
2,005
1,989

169
171
168
168

2,136
2,191
2,162
2,134

127
406
164
278

1,117
1,102
1,238
1,152

3,359
3,367
3,264
3,311

10,683
10,680
10,663
10,671

133,273
133,736
134,125
131,298

Sept.

3
10
17
24

32,268
32,305
32,304
32,292
32,306

28,067
28,112
28,138
28,161
28,192

1,928
1,910
1,896
1,875
1,866

169
169
171
171
172

2,104
2,114
2,099
2,085
2,076

151
322
158
705
236

1,305
1,023
1,248
1,089
943

3,261
3,234
3,236
3,292
3,329

10,718
10,739
10,719
10,712
10,747

133,615
132,137
136,561
133,561
132,710

Oct.

1
8
15
22
29

32,253
32,088
31,976
31,960

28,191
28,048
27,941
27,957

1,802
1,791
1,773
1,747

172
173
172
172

2,088
2,076
2,090
2,084

409
256
482
859

1,257
1,680
1,210
1,016

3,371
3,457
3,450
3,456

10,776
10,777
10,772
10,796

134,439
134,544
133,832
135,837

Nov.

5
12
19
26

31,972
32,063
32,098
32,311
32,510

27,964
28,029
28,069
28,179
28,390

1,742
1,754
1,729
1,791
1,800

172
173
174
183
185

2,094
2,107
2,126
2,158
2,135

246
335
465
696
21

1,491
1,369
1,099
911
1

3,518
3,500
3,406
3,316
3,139

10,809
10,798
10,788
10,806
10,834

134,810
134,977
138,028
137,354
140,170

Dec.

3
10
17
24
31




__________
- - - - - -

23 1

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS




4.1 ASSETS AND
A . MEM BER BA NK S,
(In millions

1.317
1.318
1.319
1.318
1.318
1.321
1,323
1.322
1,325
13,930'
14,019.
14,146)
14,1951

1.329
1,328
1.330
1,332

t ,898
1,776
1,762
1,739
1,708

1,476
1,470
1,495
1,514
5,540

12,517
12,534;
12,580'
12,583:
12,598'

1,535
1,090
1,210
1,200
1,320'

596
593
609
618
610

13,834|
13,842
13,904
13,953
14,005'

1,345
1,349
1.353
1.354
1,361

170
169
170
169

1,283
1,217
1,270
1,265

4,032
4,021
4,089
4,069

1,552
1,576
1,577
1,540

12.587,
12,625
12,651|
12,676;

1.388
1,487
1,201'
1,378

598
599
619
613

14,090l
14,127
14,144
14,204

1.366
1,368
1.367
1.368

168
162
165
166
166

1,278
1,257
1,246
1,227
1,199

4,059
3,945
4,106
3,927
3,973

1,555
1,567
1,580
1,583
1,613

12,667*
12,708
12,7611
12,7S8i
12,779'

1,1081
M 67j
1,456
1,210]
735

639
652
647
644
677

14,254
14,257
14,312!
14,313
14,392]

1.368
1,367
1.366
1.365
1.367

1,744
1,631
1,716
1,686

164
163
176
161

1,200
1,187
1,197
1,198

3,848
3,770
3,733
3,647

1,601
1,619
1,635
1,662

12,7851 1,165
12,817 1,281:
727|
12,8361
947
12,849]

677
671
686
673

14,375
14,417
14,4011
14,416

1.367
1.366
1.366
1.365

1,705
1,705
1,779
1,778
426
262
608
410
453

3,846
3,767
3,868
3,901
3,939

1,690
1,608
1,612
1,590
1,664

936
941
941
939
953

1,259
1,247
1,261
1,278
1,280

1,708
1,756
1,769
1,701

30,207
30,228i
30,624
30,692
30,665

161
171
169
169
168

164
155
157
161

1,202
1,201
1,195
1,194

3,807
3,712
3,739
3,735

1,683
1,681
1,690
1,688

716
743
734
750

14,519
14,510
14,472
14,479]

1.367
1.367
1 366
1.366

1,768
1,716
1,977
1,970
2,131

154
149
150
157
167

1,185
1,193
1,193
1,198
1,181

3,835
3,841
4,250
4,304
4,472

1,734
1,713
1,711
1,717
1,758

12,828- 1,356
12,862 1,204
12,884 1,098
12,899 1,368
j
12,895 1,457:
12,916i 1,501!
12,974 1,315
12,975 U601,:
1 2,97s1 1,274

777
797
784
789
809

14,573
14,576!
14,641
14,647
14,680

.,371
1 369
1.366
1.367
1,370

232

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEKLY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Balances with—

Investments
U.S. G overnm ent securities
N otes and bonds m aturing—
Other
securi­
ties

Cash
items
in
process
of
collec­
tion

C ur­
rency
and
coin

R e­
serves
with
F.R .
Banks

D o­
mestic
banks

Foreign
banks

O ther
assets

Total
assets

D ate

T otal

Bills

Certif­
icates

34,078
33,801
34,862
34,701

2,258
2,218
2,248
2,193

4,210
4,051
3,925
3,817

27,610
27,523
28,689
28,691

10,181
10,157
10,068
10,013

10,117
11,301
10,264
9,369

1,203
1,256
1,158
1,189

13,946
13,729
13,903
13,643

2,883
2,974
2,847
2,748

87
85
83
81

2,944 135,873
2,961 136,176
2,992 136,064
3,020 134,667

Jan.

7
14
21
28

34,529
34,138
33,758
33,412

2,192
2,049
2,451
2,351

3,864
3,742
3,991
3,808

28,473
28,347
27,316
27,253

10,061
9,944
9,984
10,031

9,413
10,106
10,367
9,969

1,064
1,153
1,136
1,204

13,636
13,344
13,637
13,484

2,740
2,773
2,848
2,797

84
77
77
78

3,055
3,075
2,962
2,949

134,270
134,169
134,395
133,957

Feb.

4
11
18
25

33,199
33,178
32,852
31,905

2,355
2,450
2,326
2,189

3,751
3,716
3,598
2,904

27,093
27,012
26,928
26,812

10,091
10,235
10,257
10,218

10,006
9,873
10,377
9,066

1,049
1,148
1,122
1,148

13,249
13,193
14,031
13,364

2,794
2,805
2,889
2,691

77
72
85
75

2,980
2,939
2,876
2,933

133,329
133,698
135,285
132,347

Mar.

4
11
18
25

33,123
32,980
32,687
32,229
31,877

2,676
2,652
2,502
2,249
2,160

2,854
2,856
2,816
2,730
2,673

27.593
27,472
27,369
27,250
27,044

10,351
10,471
10,579
10,429
10,445

10,670
9,335
11,905
10,314
9,815

1,080
1,096
1,120
1,147
1,177

13,210
13,771
13,935
13,809
13,518

3,412
2,690
3,117
2,734
2,779

78
74
78
75
70

3,006
2,937
2,934
2,899
2,990

136,700
134,385
138,048
135,193
134,681

Apr.

1
8
15
22
29

31,484
32,250
31,549
31,277

1,987
3,024
2,590
2,408

2,630
2,585
2,458
2,435

26,867
26,641
26,501
26,434

10,274
10,205
10,257
10,296

9,662
10,976
9,910
9,640

1,065
1,177
1,143
1,195

13,672
13,580
13,102
13,254

2,668
2,784
2,847
2,705

71
78
90
77

2,990
3,013
2,973
2,980

133,782
136,535
134,603
134,089

May

6
13
20
27

31,095
30,994
30,598
30,061

2,360
2,345
2,164
1,722

2,372
2,342
2,262
2,211

26,363
26,307
26.172
26,128

10,238
10,197
10,120
10,085

9,804
9,959
11,306
9,672

1,098
1,172
1,169
1,201

13,166
13,308
13,734
13,331

2,702
2,749
2,968
2,712

82
90
90
72

3,032
3,074
2,978
3,025

134,017
134,692
136,629
133,981

June

3
10
17
24

30,363
31,351
31,880
31,091
30,632

1,766
2,870
3,533
3,047
2,772

2,178
2,121
2,076
2,046
1,876

1,743
1,742
1,690
1,560
1,543

17,945
17,822
17,810
17,669
17,687

6,731
6,796
6,771
6.769
6,754

10,279
10,319
10,315
10,307
10,261

11,614
9,902
12,335
10,221
9,401

1,149
1,175
1,196
1,203
1,236

13,076
13,532
13,633
13,809
13,384

3,033
2,682
2,957
2,790
2,674

60
65
68
62
68

3,214
3,135
3,154
3,102
3,139

138,442
137,250
141,288
138,350
136,705

July

1
8
15
22
29

30,030
29,582
29,836
29,656

2,360
2,084
2,476
2,394

1,185
1,162
1,116
1,113

1,588
1,552
1,843
1,809

18,102
18,015
17,636
17.594

6,795
6.769
6,765
6,746

10,187
10,128
10,126
10,137

9,630
10,531
10,071
9,241

1,092
1,229
1,183
1,220

13,313
13,108
13,208
13,256

2,710
2,790
2,780
2,668

74
74
77
89

3,235
3,246
3,108
3,043

136,472
137,154
136,959
136,078

Aug.

5
12
19
26

29,442
29,331
29,281
28,751
28,511

2,312
2,255
2,331
2,060
2,008

1,112
1,115
1,103
1,057
1,050

1,750
1,734
1,687
1,636
1,618

17,541
17,504
17,425
1.7,272
17,114

6,727
6,723
6,735
6,726
6,721

10,211
10,260
10,292
10,266
10,244

9,800
9,978
11,997
10,072
11,217

1,147
1,229
1,221
1,252
1,180

13,219
12,910
13,358
13,284
13,081

2,775
2,894
3,132
2,811
2,994

68
73
94
81
78

3,121
3,138
3,099
3,107
3,220

136,291
136,539
139,811
136,522
137,393

Sept.

2
9
16
23
30

28,058
27,835
28,879
28,584

1,671
1,497
2,330
2,114

1.089
1.090
1,100
1,133

1,623
1,587
1,541
1,530

16,964
16,924
17,150
17,069

6.711
6.737
6,758
6.738

10,290
10,225
10,146
10,089

9,940
12,329
10,889
10,366

1,159
1,278
1,232
1,275

13,211
13,062
13,674
13,657

2,703
3,061
2,841
2,712

72
79
84
90

3,214
3,240
3,151
3,183

135,814
138,444
137,840
136,928

Oct.

7
14
21
28

28,447
28,083
27,932
27,622

1,909
1,628
1,598
1,499

1,273
1,295
1,160
1,128

1,585
1,554
1,767
1,716

16,988
16,902
16,706
16,560

6,692
6,704
6,701
6,719

10,072
9,890
9,887
9,864

11,817
10,283
11,446
11,402

1,171
1,252
1,238
1,225

13,411
13,001
13,478
13,312

2,877
2,934
2,929
2,724

73
82
89
80

3,200
3,223
3,152
3,240

139,094
136,435
137,990
137,506

Nov.

4
11
18
25

28,556
28,391
28,176
27,882
27,856

2,510
2,390
2,321
2,164
2,260

1,141
1,158
1,131
1,125
1,102

1,782
1,812
1,840
1,885
1,924

16,385
16,318
16.172
16,076
15,969

6.738
6,713
6.712
6,632
6,601

9,894
9,947
10,005
9,968
9,961

10,919
10,093
12,633
11,928
12,234

1,259
1,365
1,373
1,337
1,414

13,288
13,227
13,560
13,364
13,336

2,819
2,710
3,115
3,091
3,093

81
79
82
80
109

3,321
3,279
3,232
3,301
3,342

138,713
137,555
141,978
140,983
141,493

Dec.

2
9
16
23
30

W ithin
I year

1 to
5 years

A fter
5 years

1959




233

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4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA N K S,
(In m illions
Demand deposits
Total
demand
and
time
deposits

D ate

Individuals,
partnerships,
and corps.

Total
Adjusted

States and
political
subdivisions

U.S.
G overnment

Interbank
Domestic

U nadjusted

Foreign

CertiHed
and
officers'
checks

1959
Jan.

7
14
21
28

120,207
120,764
120,867
119,174

62,903
62,886
63,383
62,791

88,010
88,536
88,605
86,920

65,519
67,141
66,401
65,168

4,632
4,530
4,619
4,719

1,451
930
2,539
2,904

12,019
11,965
10,977
10,453

1,520
1,454
1,442
1,403

2,869
2,516
2,627
2,273

Feb.

4
11
18
25

118,803
118,739
118,728
117,968

61,733
61,718
60,880
61,268

86,550
86,622
86,562
85,781

64,047
64,819
64,044
64,296

4,734
4,488
4,679
4,583

2,995
2,536
3,164
2,861

11,006
10,796
10,701
10,262

1,403
1,466
1,450
1,421

2,365
2,517
2,524
2,358

M ar.

4
11
18
25

117,408
117,983
119,569
116,611

60,399
61,868
61,233
60,847

85,142
85,655
87,233
84,222

63,326
65,044
64,671
63,391

4,609
4,422
4,408
4,476

2,295
1,451
3,047
2,425

10,891
10,871
10,927
10,299

1,551
1,592
1,649
1,585

2,470
2,275
2,531
2,046

Apr.

1
8
15
22
29

121,154
118,713
122,211
119,194
118,943

60,057
60,903
62,009
62,080
62,016

88,737
86,268
89,824
86,742
86,437

63,125
63,378
66,465
65,038
64,249

4,833
4,459
4,828
4,817
5,124

5,099
3,517
2,732
2,483
2,934

11,349
10,989
11,689
10,447
10,291

1,562
1,524
1,489
1,418
1,381

2,769
2,401
2,621
2,539
2,458

May

6
13
20
27

117,860
120,620
118,850
118,050

60,431
60,410
60,454
60,938

85,319
88,094
86,326
85,493

62,864
64,625
63,526
63,626

4,974
4,651
4,736
4,871

3,052
4,482
3,973
3,347

10,768
10,798
10,470
10,053

1,406
1,428
1,519
1,515

2,255
2,110
2,102
2,081

June

3
10
17
24

117,552
118,002
120,620
117,684

60,240
61,598
61,426
60,781

84,908
85,377
88,007
85,071

62,781
64,560
65,802
63,572

4,761
4,576
4,299
4,582

2,806
1,645
2,758
2,957

10,592
10,714
11,001
10,147

1,466
1,461
1,516
1,514

2,502
2,421
2,631
2,299

July

1
8
15
22
29

121,999
120,861
125,018
121,966
120,212

61,457
61,122
61,816
62,592
62,838

88,543
87,484
91,680
88,670
87,028

65,067
63,876
66,916
65,645
65,130

4,917
4,576
4,590
4,621
4,751

3,073
3,826
4,691
3,893
3,328

10,866
11,084
11,296
10,497
10,020

1,533
1,550
1,542
1,467
1,441

3,087
2,572
2,645
2,547
2,358

Aug.

5
12
19
26

119,812
120,153
120,276
119,262

61,844
61,673
60,647
61,416

86,646
87,042
87,197
86,205

64,344
65,452
63,925
63,782

4,889
4,625
4,588
4,623

2,923
2,413
4,309
3,873

10,791
10,999
10,718
10,262

1,458
1,426
1,452
1,413

2,241
2,127
2,205
2,252

Sept.

2
9
16
23
30

119,694
119,647
123,198
119,735
121,777

60,842
61,261
61,777
60,873
60,811

86,711
86,636
90,263
86,768
88,810

63,613
64,453
67,019
64,180
64,785

4,657
4,511
4,418
4,507
4,690

3,687
2,576
3,158
3,836
4,299

10,867
11,348
11,866
10,550
11,024

1,515
1,473
1,465
1,437
1,459

2,372
2,275
2,337
2,258
2,553

O ct.

7
14
21
28

118,989
121,610
121,376
120,289

60,700
61,474
61,444
61,868

86,151
88,832
88,621
87,596

63,951
67,080
65,558
65,345

4,421
4,270
4,270
4,398

2,811
1,736
3,906
3,496

11,281
11,861
10,935
10,486

1,419
1,432
1,447
1,380

2,268
2,453
2,505
2,491

4
11
18
25

122,202
119,606
120,880
120,144

61,247
61,474
61,427
61,891

89,569
87,173
88,690
87,943

65,170
64,712
65,547
65,596

4,883
4,549
4,715
4,805

3,442
2,563
3,035
2,771

11,697
11,466
11,426
10,544

1,366
1,387
1,356
1,335

3,011
2,496
2,611
2,892

2
9
16
23
30

121,169
119,914
125,225
123,928
124,837

61,652
62,476
64,097
63,132
63,857

88,978
87,722
93,036
91,535
92,330

65,237
65,536
68,830
67,542
68,273

4,834
4,657
4,725
4,714
4,866

3,858
2,587
3,183
3,604
3,163

11,110
11,062
11,580
11,326
11,464

1,439
1,504
1,543
1,545
1,612

2,500
2,376
3,175
2,804
2,952

Nov.
•
Dec.




234

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)
Time deposits
Individ­ States and
uals, part* political
subdivi­
nerships,
sions
and corps.

Borrowings

U . S.
m ent

Interbank
Domestic

Foreign

Other
liabilities

From
F. R.
Banks

Capital
accounts

liabilities
and
capital
accounts

Date

1959
32,197
32,228
32,262
32,254

28,067
28,094
28,105
28,101

1,780
1,779
1,778
1,786

189
188
184
184

2,161
2,167
2,195
2,183

669
383
308
319

1,118
1,116
947
1,181

3,078
3,120
3,186
3,197

10,801
10,783
10,756
10,796

135,873
136,176
136,064
134,667

Jan.

7
14
21
28

32,253
32,117
32,166
32,187

28,129
28,100
28,150
28,150

1,772
1,782
1,789
1,800

179
179
179
178

2,173
2,056
2,048
2,059

272
186
353
372

1,145
1,177
1,152
1,456

3,212
3,239
3,344
3,331

10,838
10,828
10,818
10,830

134,270
134,169
134,395
133,957

Feb.

4
11
18
25

32,266
32,328
32,336
32,389

28,226
28,318
28,334
28,354

1,788
1,782
1,809
1,751

179
180
180
182

2,073
2,048
2,013
2,102

410
350
893
453

1,293
1,229
1,027
1,331

3,351
3,275
2,956
3,104

10,867
10,861
10,840
10,848

133,329
133,698
135,285
132,347

M ar.

4
11
18
25

32,417
32,445
32,387
32,452
32,506

28,371
28,399
28,333
28,339
28,411

1,786
1,757
1,745
1,769
1,798

180
179
180
179
179

2,080
2,110
2,129
2,165
2,118

239
657
764
856
371

1,361
1,082
1,112
1,148
1,338

3,042
3,013
3,048
3,091
3,092

10,904
10,920
10,913
10,904
10,937

136,700
134,385
138,048
135,193
134,681

Apr.

1
8
15
22
29

32,541
32,526
32,524
32,557

28,435
28,444
28,495
28,563

1,810
1,821
1,819
1,825

179
178
178
179

2,117
2,083
2,032
1,990

734
495
231
352

1,096
1,302
1,332
1,488

3,123
3,179
3,229
3,226

10,969
10,939
10,961
10,973

133,782
136,535
134,603
134,089

M ay

6
13
20
27

32,644
32,625
32,613
32,613

28,628
28,677
28,703
28,823

1,840
1,830
1,811
1,781

176
177
177
177

2,000
1,941
1,922
1,832

578
741
995
715

1,666
1,728
1,036
1,580

3,233
3,240
3,016
3,030

10,988
10,981
10,962
10,972

134,017
134,692
136,629
133,981

June

3
10
17
24

33,456
33,377
33,338
33,296
33,184

29,612
29,573
29,550
29,526
29,512

1,833
1,818
1,808
1,788
1,717

184
183
185
183
183

1,827
1,803
1,795
1,799
1,772

462
880
636
562
425

1,790
1,351
1,442
1,662
1,831

2,991
2,949
3,002
2,984
3,017

11,200
11,209
11,190
11,176
11,220

138,442
137,250
141,288
138,350
136,705

July

1
8
15
22
29

33,166
33,111
33,079
33,057

29,531
29,530
29,521
29,516

1,709
1,694
1,682
1,658

180
180
180
180

1,746
1,707
1,696
1,703 ...............

462
411
382
326

1,852
2,177
1,869
2,042

3,090
3,140
3,145
3,159

11,256
11,273
11,287
11,289

136,472
137,154
136,959
136,078

Aug.

5
12
19
26

32,983
33,011
32,935
32,967
32,967

29,553
29,595
29,578
29,630
29,653

1,633
1,617
1,583
1,579
1,569

179
182
179
178
175

1,618
1,617
1,595
1,580
1,570

434
299
312
606
173

1,669
2,081
1,887
1,733
937

3,178
3,203
3,139
3,173
3,161

11,316
11,309
11,275
11,275
11,345

136,291
136,539
139,811
136,522
137,393

Sept.

2
9
16
23
30

32,838
32,778
32,755
32,693

29,598
29,572
29,584
29,557

1,538
1,529
1,500
1,486

153
155
150
150

1,549
1,522
1,521
1,500

467
276
715
699

1,752
1,898
1,195
1,344

3,250
3,324
3,227
3,239

11,356
11,336
11,327
11,357

135,814
138,444
137,840
136,928

Oct.

7
14
21
28

32,633
32,433
32,190
32,201

29,541
29,374
29,256
29,281

1,458
1,432
1,360
1,372

149
150
147
151

1,485
1,477
1,427
1,397

487
352
583
429

1,770
1,723
1,750
2,013

3,226
3,333
3,369
3,527

11,409
11,421
11,408
11,393

139,094
136,435
137,990
137,506

Nov.

4
11
18
25

32,191
32,192
32,189
32,393
32,507

29,294
29,327
29,342
29,442
29,564

1,368
1,373
1,392
1,466
1,482

150
150
149
150
150

1,379
1,342
1,306
1,335
1,311

439
394
390
291
246

2,072
2,234
1,508
1,879
1,593

3,604
3,606
3,484
3,497
3,368

11,429
11,407
11,371
11,388
11,449

138,713
137,555
141,978
140,983
141,493

Dec.

2
9
16
23
30




235

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA N K S,
(In millions
Loans
Loans and
investments

Total

Total
ad ­
justed

For purchasing or carrying
securities

Total

A d­
justed

Net

Com ­
mer­
cial
and
indus­
trial

Agricul­
tural

T o b r okers
a n d d waters

To nonbank
financial
institutions

T o com m ercial

banks

To
oth crs

Per­
sonal
and
U .S.
U.S.
sales
Govt. O ther G ovt. Other
fi­
Other
secu­ secu­ secu­ secu­ nance
rities rities rities rities
cos.
ctc.

Real
estate

All
other
D o­
mes­
tic

F o r­
eign

Memo:
valua­
tion
re­
serves
i

1960
Jan .

6
13
20
27

106,339 105,242
106,467 105,329
105,235 104,162
104,916 103,600

67,961
67,574
67,031
66,728

69,058
68,712
68,104
68,044

30,368
30,328
30,174
30,060

940
924
920
920

334
331
277
256

1,968
1,834
1,727
1,665

164
163
155
158

1,175
1,182
1,172
1,174

4,299
4,166
3,916
3,800

1,787
1,775
1,808
1,769

12,951
12,962
12,956
12,948

1,097
1,138
1,073
1,316

759
757
752
761

14,656
1,440
14,593 1 1,441
14,615
1,441
14,662 | 1,445

F eb .

3
10
17
24

104,599
104,256
104,316
104,074

103,502
103,020
102,896
102,689

66,841
66,725
66,987
67,016

67,938
67,961
68,407
68,401

30,157
30,263
30,468
30,378

924
927
920
922

356
313
248
297

1,587
1,496
1,469
1,519

161
153
145
150

1,158
1,159
1,154
1,152

3,791
3,723
3,835
3,850

1,753
1,738
1,740
1,738

12,936
12,930
12,963
12,957

1,097
1,236
1,420
1,385

752
770
761
760

14,714
14,702
14,734
14,744

2
9
16
23
30

104,045
103,509
104,782
104,081
103,765

102,887
102,299
103,463
102,822
102,353

67,342
67,017
68,079
67,812
67,703

68,500
68,227
69,398
69,071
69,115

30,520
30,531
31,261
31,256
31,227

919
911
917
916
928

255
221
276
168
145

1,520
1,496
1,450
1,394
1,342

154
142
145
139
141

1,149
1,139
1,136
1,133
1,137

4,106 1,726
3,920 1,707
4,232 1,693
4,197 1,679
4,077 1,724

12,923
12,904
12,898
12,896
12,904

1,158
1,210
1,319
1,259
1,412

751
754
772
759
758

14,771 1 1,452
14,747
1,455
14,756 l 1,457
14,735 I 1,460
14,785
1,465

A pr.

6
13
20
27

103,301 102,162
104,223 102,629
106,363 104,919
105,987 104,364

67,652
67,927
68,542
68,303

68,791
69,521
69,986
69,926

31,096
31,181
31,190
31,142

922
921
916
924

214
293
604
371

1,340
1,380
1,503
1,446

137
137
142
139

1,128
1,120
1,123
1,124

4,148
4,190
4,303
4,273

1,657
1,650
1,631
1,647

12,869
12,881
12,895
12,900

1,139
1,594
1,444
1,623

777
763
754
766

14,831
14,877
14,942
15,031

j
I
I
;

M ay

4
11
18
25

105,915
105,320
105,635
105,766

104,356
104,006
104,235
104,044

68,550
68,454
68,597
68,400

70,109
69,768
69,997
70,122

31,217
31,254
31,425
31,368

932
932
942
950

377
318
238
175

1,457
1,451
1,437
1,416

140
146
162
144

1,123
1,118
1,120
1,121

4,467
4,376
4,347
4,252

1,610
1,614
1,624
1,635

12,874 1,559
12,877 1,314
12,883 1,400
12,877 1,722

773
791
776
772

15,044
15,041
15,108
15,154

1 1,464
! 1,464
l 1,465
i 1,464

8
15
22
29

105,732
105,368
106,945
106.416
106,038

104,248
103,952
105,521
105,084
104,732

68,669
68,327
69,848
69,614
69,516

70,153
69,743
71,272
70,946
70,822

31,374
31,192
31,730
31,814
31,851

955
954
964
963
979

202
148
615
435
199

1,512
1,464
1,626
1,495
1,471

171
172
161
146
139

1,117
1,130
1,132
1,139
1,139

4,370
4,246
4,536
4,532
4,611

1,608
1,607
1,628
1,639
1,628

12,861
12,853
12,866
12,852
12,862

1,484
1,416
1,424
1,332
1,306

775
756
760
741
737

15,190
15,271
15,296
15,324
15,364

1,466
1,466
1,466
1,466
1,464

July

6
13
20
27

106,120 104,592
108,314 106,863
107,539 106,569
107,418 106,038

69,439
69,496
69,160
68,662

70,967
70,947
70,130
70,042

31,655
31,580
31,370
31,189

980
990
1,005
1,015

230 1,480
493 1,484
432 1,425
260 1,405

141
143
145
139

1,142
1,155
1,147
1,139

4,719 1,635
4,610 1,621
4,620 1,631
4,524 1,620

12,837 1,528
12,860 1,451
12,857
970
12,838 1,380

742
722
700
698

15,340
15,300
15,286
15,293 j

1,462
1,462
1,458
1,458

A ug.

3
10
17
24
31

108,087
107,554
107,726
107,072
107,514

106,466
106,033
106,319
105,745
106,161

69,292
69,055
69,053
68,605
68,761

70,913
70,576
70,460
69,932
70,114

31,312 1,030
31,276 1,032
31,323 1,035
31,107 1,035
31,174 1,047

500
478
534
467
475

1,487
1,476
1,470
1,393
1,396

150
144
143
147
145

1,142
1,133
1,135
1,143
1,143

4,596 1,632
4,449 1,639
4,343 1,642
4,201 1,645
4,211 1,658

12,827
12,830
12,837
12,879
12,881

1,621
1,521
1,407
1,327
1,353

702
691
663
672
669

15,378
1,464
15,372
1,465
15,387 i 1,459
15,374 1 1,458
15,422
1,460

S ept.

7
14
2t
28

108,003 106,404
108,511 106,865
109,620 108,141
108,560 107,534

68,836
69,227
70,049
69,552

70,435
70,873
71,528
70,578

31,134
31,509
31,770
31,744

1,044
1,057
1,067
1,079

530
645
845
616

1,501
1,480
1,503
1,455

150 1,152 4,204 1,638
157 1,153 4,031 1,676
175 1,156 4,340 1,671
151 1,155 4,151 1,675

12,867
12,874
12,877
12,874

1,599
1,646
1,479
1,026

679
684
693
676

15,397 ! 1,460
15,419 j 1,458
15,385
1,433
15,425
1,449

O ct.

5
12
19
26

108.859 107,261
108,405 106,889
107,747 106,972
109,684 108,765

69,349
69,211
68,918
68,931

70,947
70,727
69,693
69,850

31,597
31,723
31,740
31,631

1,091
1,095
1,094
1,094

529
390
276
445

1,521
1,501
1,495
1,516

143
142
139
140

1,168
1,160
1,159
1,170

4,060
4,042
3,786
3,726

1,707
1,678
1,693
1,667

12,846
12,856
12,861
12,849

1,598
1,516
775
919

690
670
681
690

15,458 1 1,461
15,416 i 1,462
15,453
1,459
1,457
15,460

N ov.

2
9
16
23
30

110,477
109,696
110,206
109,487
109,<407

109,144
108,039
108,624
108,250
108,668

69,640
69,146
69,535
69,207
69,278

70,973
70,803
71,117
70,444
70,017

31,861 1,101
31,775 1,101
32,056 1,108
31,917 1,101
31,972 1,095

630 1,635
311 1,601
421 1,582
313 1,586
281 1,574

142
143
140
147
133

1,164
1,163
1,158
1,164
1,162

3,810
3,735
3,703
3,636
3,670

1,699
1,693
1,691
1,684
1,685

12,840 1,333
12,837 1,657
12,864 1,582
12,847 1,237
12,844
739

m

701
700
685
684

15,527
1,458
15,545
1,459
15,562 I 1,450
15,576 1,449
15,629
1,451

7
14
21
28

110,085
111,066
113,466
113,195

108,724
109,863
111,774
111,763

68,991
69,783
71,408
71,009

70,352
70,986
73,100
72,441

31,773 ‘1,092
316 1,570
534 1,577
32,009 1,091
32,358 >1,100 1,186 1,722
955 1,659
32,156 1,111

126
135
141
138

1,163
1,167
1,178
1,193

3,567 1,694
3,773 1,701
4,245 1,713
4,264 1,697

12,817 1,361
12,838 1,203
12,827 1,692
12,824 1,432

689
693
712
751

15,625
15,705
15,655
15,677

Juno

Dcc.




236

.- .

1,448
1,449
1,450
1,451

1,467
1,466
1,461
1,460

1,441
1,440
1,429
1,416

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEKLY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)

Investments

Balances w ith—

U.S . Governn lent securities
N otes and bonds m aturing—
Total

Bills

C ertif­
icates

O ther
securi­
ties

W ithin
1 year

1 to
5 years

Cash
items
in
process
of
collec­
tion

C ur­
rency
and
coin

R e­
serves
with
F.R .
Banks

D o­
mestic
banks

Foreign
banks

O ther
assets

T otal
assets

D ate

After
5 years

1960
27,404
27,798
27,294
27,065

2,054
2,712
2,445
2,283

1,012
1,013
1,000
1,070

1,938
1,888
1,813
1,762

15,789
15,592
15,462
15,365

6,611
6,593
6,574
6,585

9,877
9,957
9,837
9,807

11,654
11,816
11,193
10,148

1,292
1,367
1,261
1,292

14,341
13,519
13,472
12,921

2,946
3,000
2,901
2,727

81
80
81
84

3,284
3,317
3,402
3,496

139,937
139,566
137,545
135,584

Jan.

6
13
20
27

26,830
26,497
26,081
25,898

2,016
1,769
1,644
1,588

1,221
1,205
503
490

1,772
1,752
1,686
1,643

15,232
15,180
17,073
17,171

6,589
6,591
5,175
5,006

9,831
9,798
9,828
9,775

10,524
9,773
11,466
10,876

1,164
1,237
1,191
1,285

13,241
13,043
13,120
12,740

2,703
2,698
2,851
2,805

79
78
77
73

3,565
3,618
3,515
3,500

135,875
134,703
136,536
135,353

Feb.

3
10
17
24

25,724
25,437
25,478
25,210
24,863

1,630
1,499
1,612
1,401
1,083

478
438
422
435
443

1,626
1,622
1,575
1,550
1,568

17,080
16,991
17,014
17,062
17,053

4,910
4,887
4,855
4,762
4,716

9,821
9,845
9,906
9,800
9,787

10,580
9,338
11,580
9,869
9,794

1,140
1,175
1,169
1,216
1,242

12,951
12,913
13,243
12,796
13,191

2,826
2,638
2,984
2,893
2,748

81
78
76
77
76

3,532
3,519
3,458
3,474
3,662

135,155
133,170
137,292
134,406
134,478

M ar.

2
9
16
23
30

24,727
24,868
26,554
26,356

923
1,090
1,611
1,488

444
437
453
456

1,595
1,557
1,603
1,573

17,117
17,096
18,144
18,163

4,648
4,688
4,743
4,676

9,783
9,834
9,823
9,705

10,071
11,707
11,221
10,380

1,128
1,257
1,253
1,257

13,082
13,019
13,212
13,269

2,636
2,758
2,745
2,677

84
72
73
80

3,632
3,633
3,595
3,597

133,934
136,669
138,462
137,247

Apr.

6
13
20
27

26,273
26,070
26,160
26,140

1,365
1,241
1,296
1,343

472
472
886
864

1,654
1,625
960
976

18,091
18,111
18,408
18,353

4,691
4,621
4,610
4,604

9,533
9,482
9,478
9,504

10,868
10,810
11,051
9,830

1,130
1,238
1,214
1,250

13,585
13,447
13,056
13,039

2,670
2 ,7 U
2,796
2,650

77
93
77
78

3,663
3,619
3,571
3,543

137,908
137,238
137,400
136,156

May

4
11
18
25

26,117
26,004
26,107
25,928
25,716

1,327
1,258
1,422
1,212
962

886
869
884
894
888

980
974
973
953
954

18,355
18,329
18,252
18,254
18,296

4,569
4,574
4,576
4,615
4,616

9,462
9,621
9,566
9,542
9,500

11,892
9,906
13,304
11,009
10,447

1,216
1,201
1,213
1,246
1,309

13,067
13,364
13,573
13,558
13,146

3,067
2,659
3,131
2,774
3,071

84
79
76
82
75

3,579
3,594
3,576
3,587
3,726

138,637
136,171
141,818
138,672
137,812

June

1
8
15
22
29

25,624
27,816
27,793
27,686

908
3,130
3,165
3,054

904
901
888
878

949
945
897
942

18,281
18,285
18,301
18,288

4,582
4,555
4,542
4,524

9,529
9,551
9,616
9,690

11,935
12,400
11,426
10,199

1,197
1,310
1,242
1,278

13,544
13,503
14,051
13,508

2,907
2,920
2,737
2,750

83
75
77
78

3,663
3,725
3,734
3,812

139.449
142,247
140,806
139,043

July

6
13
20
27

27,429
27,265
27,534
27,514
27,750

2,797
2,639
2,401
2,409
2,623

861
868
1,325
1,328
1,325

979
987
728
743
766

18,254
18,227
18,220
18,167
18,179

4,538
4,544
4,860
4,867
4,857

9,745
9,713
9,732
9,626
9,650

10,444
10,302
11,279
9,525
10,485

1,169
1,226
1,216
1,257
1,219

13,523
13,243
13,617
13,072
13,280

2,761
2,710
2,817
2,680
2,700

83
85
87
84
81

3,836
3,854
3,785
3,767
3,914

139,903
138,974
140,527
137,457
139,193

Aug.

3
10
17
24
31

27,774
27,855
28,357
28,180

2,605
2,684
3,071
2,839

1,355
1,353
1,371
1,377

768
772
1,168
1,224

18,176
18,178
17,846
17,818

4,870
4,868
4,901
4,922

9,794
9,783
9,735
9,802

10,734
12,688
11,565
10,657

1,248
1,313
1,268
1,320

12,820
13,070
12,921
13,667

3,022
3,033
3,087
2,822

89
85
101
95

3,859
3,828
3,908
3,940

139,775
142,528
142,470
141,061

Sept.

7
14
21
28

28,059
27,836
28,151
29,946

2,719
2,482
2,788
4,430

1,410
1,409
1,422
1,459

1,212
1,216
1,287
1,435

17,803
17,822
17,776
17,757

4,915
4,907
4,878
4,865

9,853
9,842
9,903
9,888

11,259
12,074
11,354
11,005

1,178
1,317
1,289
1,310

13,287
12,941
13,185
13,922

2,956
3,094
3,490
2,745

105
101
105
114

3,998
4,000
3,982
4,030

141,642
141,932
141,152
142,810

Oct.

5
12
19
26

29,687
29,254
29,480
29,388
29,690

4,063
3,656
3,493
3,346
3,524

1,474
1,471
1,292
1,290
1,340

1,595
1,578
2,404
2,425
2,494

17,690
17,693
17,145
17,158
17,190

4,865
4,856
5,146
5,169
5,142

9,817
9,639
9,609
9,655
9,700

12,211
11,461
13,640
11,830
12,038

1,223
1,331
1,285
1,276
1,364

13,744
12,913
12,954
12,936
12,650

2,824
2,818
3,119
2,797
3,761

101
99
92
85
88

4,141
4,181
4,047
4,048
4,114

144,721
142,499
145,343
142,459
143,422

Nov.

2
9
16
23
30

29,787
30,064
30,178
30,547

3,498
3,719
3,750
4,052

1,437
1,468
1,525
1,551

2,595
2,611
2,597
2,600

17,145
17,179
19,901
18,075

5,112
5,087
4,405
4,269

9,946
10,016
10,188
10,207

10,541
12,101
12,240
13,168

1,381
1,557
1,515
1,650

12,054
12,525
12,749
12,499

2,852
3,335
3,081
3,194

84
94
82
105

4,090
4,062
3,940
3,967

141,087
144,740
147,073
147,778

Dec.

7
14
21
28




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WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BANK S,
(In millions
Demund deposits
Total
demand
and
time
deposits

Date

Total
Adjusted

Individuals,
partnerships,
nnd corps.

e
,
States and
political
subdivisions

U.S.
Government

Inter bank
Domestic

Unadjusted

Foreign

Certified
and
officers*
checks

1960
Jon.

6
13
20
27

122,755
123,052
120,624
118,671

62,627
63,098
62,922
62,760

90,419
90,866
88,600
86,653

66,753
68,008
66,844
66,133

4,877
4,651
4,826
4,651

2,438
2,864
2,008
2,110

12,200
11,637
11,031
10,248

1,500
1,451
1,446
1,387

2,651
2,255
2,445
2,124

Feb.

3
10
17
24

118,559
116,960
118,533
117,609

61,267
61,240
60,032
60,382

86,560
84,985
86,589
85,704

64,351
64,113
64,492
63,898

4,978
4,806
4,706
4,730

2,628
1,908
3,111
2,907

10,786
10,707
10,605
10,147

1,355
1,357
1,375
1,392

2,462
2,094
2,300
2.630

Mnr.

2
9
16
23
30

117,331
115,054
119,779
116,771
116,080

60.169
60,228
60,889
59,810
59,722

85,415
83,047
87,712
84,597
83,872

63,450
62,723
65,727
62,777
62,500

4,973
4,708
4,417
4,716
4,901

2,973
1,719
2,919
3,116
2,863

10,353
10,352
10,934
10,413
10,076

1,340
1,410
1,390
1,389
1.417

2,326
2,135
2,325
2,186
2,115

Apr.

6
13
20
27

115,727
118,262
120,116
118,732

59,443
60,784
61,929
61,333

83,471
85,949
87,807
86,293

62,676
65,596
65,491
64,376

4,556
4,486
5,046
5,046

1,592
1,218
2,707
3,243

10,969
10,855
10,566
9,956

1,396
1,385
1,384
1,381

2,282
2,409
2,613
2,291

May

4
11
18
25

119,366
118,619
118.982
117,389

59,561
59,330
58,672
58,907

86,880
86,113
86,433
84,793

62,772
63,034
62,592
61,783

5,244
4,941
4,985
4,967

4,634
4,107
4,955
4,966

10,486
tO ,501
10,382
9,737

1,331
1,365
1,373
1,353

2,413
2,165
2,146
1,987

June

1
8
15
22
29

120,395
117,220
123,446
120,000
119,865

58,8 It
59,135
60,411
60,230
59,267

87,816
84,529
90,692
87,126
86,779

62,863
61,855
66,151
63,639
62,625

5,191
4,882
4,623
4,S73
4,773

5,035
3,556
4,322
4,092
4,996

10,725
10,589
11,279
10,401
10,642

1.353
1,343
1,376
1,394
1,427

2,649
2,304
2,941
2,727
2,316

July

6
13
20
27

120,684
123,507
121,770
120,304

58,278
59,074
59,891
60,595

87,625
90,384
88,523
86,981

62,956
64,431
64,414
63,778

4,661
4,416
4,476
4,705

4,589
5,969
4,824
4,383

11,450
11,542
10,964
10,424

1,373
1,399
1,418
1,380

2,596
2,627
2,427
2,311

Aug.

3
10
17
24
31

120,895
119,988
121,128
118,567
119,884

60,034
59,610
58,806
59,230
59,565

87,444
86,455
87,376
84,673
85,942

63,082
62,576
63,032
61,892
62,846

5,001
4,744
4,680
4,630
4,846

4,571
3,744
4,638
3,985
3,698

11,011
11,315
11,209
10,597
10,789

1,384
1,484
1,444
1,426
1,405

2,395
2,592
2,373
2,233
2,358

Sept.

7
14
21
28

120,349
123,143
123,613
122,311

59,639
60,655
59,797
59,441

86,300
88,927
89,358
87,977

63,134
66,456
64,198
62,915

4,732
4,547
4,570
4,683

2,553
2,191
4,777
5,551

11,988
12,033
11,817
10,973

1,386
1,360
1,402
1,355

2,507
2,340
2,594
2,500

Oct.

5
12
19
26

122,687
122,827
122,999
123,431

58,778
59,196
60,353
60,971

88,256
88,335
88,421
88,830

62,863
64,774
65,147
64,799

4,677
4,243
4,376
4,584

4,680
3,218
2,143
4,104

12,213
12,459
13,068
11,269

1,326
1,388
1,503
1,481

2,497
2,253
2,184
2,593

Nov.

2
9
16
23
30

125,283
122,699
125,596
122,870
124,823

60,433
59,441
59,203
59,864
60,398

90,573
88,063
91,065
88,261
90,121

64,539
63,764
65,531
64,240
64,920

4,998
4,607
4,622
4,821
4,914

4,445
3,665
4,076
3,836
3,537

12,127
12,121
12,742
11,363
12,801

1,357
1,375
1,404
1,368
1,347

3,107
2,531
2,690
2,633
2,602

Dec.

7
14
21
28

121,661
125,870
127,621
128,601

60,611
63,085
62,725
62,139

86,790
90,829
92,462
93,215

64,304
67,773
67,479
67,647

4,609
4,566
4,621
4.747

2,121
1,726
3,712
3,979

12,135
12,483
12,325
12,392

1,382
1,434
1,460
1,537

2,239
2,847
2,865
2,913




238

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEKLY, 1941-65—Continued

of dollars)
Time deposits

Total

Individ­ States and
uals, part­ political
subdivi­
nerships,
and corps.
sions

Borrowings

U. S.

Interbank

From
F. R .
Banks

ment
Domestic

Other

Other
liabilities

Capital
accounts

liabilities
and
• capital
accounts

Date

Foreign
1960

32,336
32,186
32,024
32,018

29,331
29,195
29,101
29,049

1,546
1,550
1,542
1,593

148
146
146
152

1,311
1,295
1,235
1,224

1,147
350
661
242

1,300
1,360
1,346
1,683

3,274
3,349
3,479
3,525

11,461
11,455
11,435
11,463

139,937
139,566
137,545
135,584

Jan.

6
13
20
27

31,999
31,975
31,944
31,905

29,046
29,045
29,023
29,006

1,602
1,598
1,626
1,615

151
153
151
152

1,200
1,179
1,144
1,132

635
432
588
237

1,579
2,090
2,083
2,201

3,599
3,713
3,827
3,799

11,503
11,508
11,505
11,507

135,875
134,703
136,536
135,353

Feb.

3
10
17
24

31,916
32,007
32,067
32,174
32,208

29,034
29,120
29,169
29,259
29,283

1,609
1,607
1,615
1,633
1,639

ISO
149
148
149
148

1,123
1,131
1,135
1,133
1,138

552
528
277
231
665

1,896
2,173
1,945
2,005
2,229

3,828
3,868
3,768
3,876
3,923

11,548
11,547
11,523
11,523
11,581

135,155
133,170
137,292
134,406
134,478

M ar.

2
9
16
23
30

32,256
32,313
32,309
32,439

29,293
29,258
29,203
29,233

1,660
1,669
1,710
1,730

141
141
141
141

1,162
1,245
1,255
1,335

557
314
269
405

2,038
2,402
2,266
2,303

3,999
4,073
4,211
4,159

11,613
11,618
11,600
11,648

133,934
136,669
138,462
137,247

Apr.

6
13
20
27

32,486
32,506
32,549
32,596

29,260
29,286
29,301
29,342

1,747
1,743
1,738
1,759

140
140
139
138

1,339
1,337
1,371
1,357

389
613
113
158

2,299
2,104
2,273
2,635

4,158
4,201
4,343
4,268

11,696
11,701
11,689
11,706

137,908
137,238
137,400
136,156

M ay

4
11
18
25

32,579
32,691
32,754
32,874
33,086

29,362
29,536
29,535
29,648
29,812

1,769
1,740
1,813
1,823
1,869

139
138
134
135
134

1,309
1,277
1,272
1,268
1,271

75
400
206
632
63

2,161
2,455
2,068
1,879
1,727

4,255
4,343
4,374
4,416
4,348

11,751
11,753
11,724
11,745
11,809

138,637
136,171
141,818
138,672
137,812

June

1
8
15
22
29

33,059
33,123
33,247
33,323

29,779
29,800
29,858
29,916

1,859
1,892
1,952
1,967

133
133
134
132

1,288
1,298
1,303
1,308

380
299
866
140

2,279
2,154
1,809
2,184

4,283
4,474
4,563
4,593

11,823
11,813
11,798
11,822

139,449
142,247
140,806
139,043

July

6
13
20
27

33,451
33,533
33,752
33,894
33,942

29,973
30,045
30,187
30,244
30,293

1,965
1,967
2,009
2,076
2,079

135
133
133
135
139

1,378
1,388
1,423
1,439
1,431

189
107
388
99
309

2,361
2,254
2,311
2,107
2,141

4,580
4,742
4,811
4,798
4,907

11,878
11,883
11,889
11,886
11,952

139,903
138,974
140,527
137,457
139,193

Aug.

3
10
17
24
31

34,049
34,216
34,255
34,334

30,372
30,519
30,554
30,672

2,066
2,072
2,079
2,037

135
135
135
135

1,476
1,490
1,487
1,490

72
71
11
530

2,491
2,406
1,902
1,319

4,910
4,971
5,019
4,924

11,953
11,937
11,925
11,977

139,775
142,528
142,470
141,061

Sept.

7
14
21
28

34,431
34,492
34,578
34,601

30,748
30,810
30,901
30,921

2,035
2,026
2,017
2,027

138
137
135
135

1,510
1,51 •
1,525
1,518

44
68
12
863

1,932
1,958
1,060
1,435

4,966
5,047
5,063
5,019

12,013
12,032
12,018
12,062

141,642
141,932
141,152
142,810

Oct.

5
12
19
26

34,710
34,636
34,531
34,609
34,702

30,992
30,924
30,807
30,879
30,892

2,037
2,028
2,018
2,023
2,115

1L36
136
:i36
139
139

1,545
1,548
1,570
1,568
1,556

307
114
77
250
25

1,925
2,402
2,290
1,964
1,090

5,112
5,172
5,269
5,282
5,314

12,094
12,112
12,111
12,093
12,170

144,721
142,499
145,343
142,459
143,422

Nov.

2
9
16
23
30

34,871
35,041
35,159
35,386

30,967
31,112
31,119
31,318

2,196
2,215
2,302
2,327

141
142
142
140

1,567
1,572
1,596
1,601

38
23
47
22

1,930
1,478
2,105
1,839

5,292
5,233
5,161
5,132

12,166
12,136
12,139
12,184

141,087
144,740
147,073
147,778

Dec.

7
14
21
28




239

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . MEM BER BA N K S,
(111 m illions

Loans
Loans and
investments

.. .
F o r purchasing or carrying
securities

Total

Date

Total
ad­
justed

Total

Ad­
justed

N et

C om ­
mer­
cial
and
indus­
trial

1961

Agricul­
tural

To brokers
and dealers

To
others

To nonbank
^financial
institutions
—
-

Per­
sonal
and
U.S.
U.S.
sales
Govt. O ther Govt. Other
O ther
fi­
secu­ secu­ secu­ secu­ nance
rities rities rities rities cos.
etc.

Jan.

4
11
18
25

113,901
111,827
111,479
110,265

111,701
110,405
110,125
509,757

70,920
69,628
69,256
68,463

73,120
71,050
70,610
68,971

32,021
31,882
31,678
31,375

1
1,119
1,121
1.107
1.108

Feb.

1
g
15
22

112,305
111,174
112,616
111,778

110,987
109,966
111,124
110,549

69,626
68,948
69,486
69,332

70,944
70,156
70,978
70,561

31,294
31,274
31,517
31,477

1,111
1,112
1,116
1,110

858
418
612
587

M ar.

1
8
15
22
29

112,459 110,974
(11,484 110,082
113,110 111,556
111,733 110,453
111,559 110,015

69,787
68,964
70,164
69,815
69,638

71,272
70,366
71,718
71,095
71,182

31,531
31,501
32,226
32,252
32,203

1,124
1,110
1,118
1,121
1,129

Apr.

5
12
19
26

111,694 110,617
111,727 110,546
112,259 111,084
112,618 111,059

69,622
69,681
69,830
69,801

70,699
70,862
71,005
71,360

32,056 1,137
31,982 1,135
31,870 1,146
31,735 1,156

A pr.

26 112,618

111,059

69,801

71,360

31,735

1,156

May

3
10
17
24
31

112,872
112,698
113,820
113,308
113,444

111,606
111,272
112,822
111,927
112,147

70,153
70,109
70,432
69,901
69,913

71,419
71,535
71,430
71,282
71,210

31,905
31,803
31,883
31,586
31,460

1.184
1.185
1.185
1,197
1,141

June

7
14
21
28

112,912 111,406
114,744 113,807
115,512 114,190
114,343 113,106

69,047
69,848
70,350
70,171

70.553
70,785
71,672
71,408

31,161
31,519
31,702
31,769

1,149
1,148
1,147
1,155

July

5
12
19
26

115,084
113,683
114,304
116.067

113,257
112,402
182,910
1115,045

70,361
69,940
69,989
69,835

72,188
71,221
71,383
70,857

Aug.

2
9
16
23
30

116,510
115,233
116,194
115,649
115,779

114,923
114,041
114,555
114,224
114,301

70,072
69,623
70,040
69,704
69,551

Sept.

6
13
20
27

115,S19
116,648
117,251
118,706

114,270
115,106
115,920
117,103

Oct.

4
11
18
25

117,677
118,561
119,473
118,242

Nov.

Dec.

1,181
1,176
1,166
1,171

4,189
3,930
3,858
3,632

1.413
1,344
1,373
1.414

121
120
127
132

1,176
1,169
1,175
1,174

738
395
600
452
343

1,483
1,422
1,430
1,442
1,462

125
121
121
121
113

1,173
1,161
1,166
1,176
1,186

402
517
579
609

1,485
1,556
1,772
1,788

115
111
113
112

1,209
1,229
1,246
1,254

1,697
1,685
1,644
1,632

Real
estate
D o­
mes­
tic

All
other
F or­
eign
. .....
.

-

Memo:
| valua­
tion
1 «*1serves
L

. ..

I|l

738
706
706
(.95

15,699 , 1,528
15,554
1,531
J5,489 1 1,535
13,489 | 1,534

3,598 1,616
3,523 1,590
3,544 1,595
3,513 1,586

12,787
12,758
12,775
12,780

1,318
1,208
1,492
1,229

698
696
698
671

16,496 i 1}M2
16,484
1,540
16,494
t , 540
16,430
1,542

3,678
3,387
3,677
3,483
3,379

1,631
1,596
1,601
1,624
1,653

12,766
12,738
12,741
12,735
12,727

1,485
1,402
1,554
1,280
1,544

642
657
683
675
682

16,442 i 1,546
16,422
1,546
16.350 ! 1,549
16,285
1,551
16,311
1,550

3,439
3,305
3,287
3,289

1,589
1,575
1,603
1,616

12,722 1,077
12,756 1,181
12,759 1,175
12,772 1,559

675
691
703
700

16,348
16,376
16,304
16,322

1,555
1.552
1.552
1.552

609 1,788

112 1,254 3,289

1,588

12,772

1,559

537

16,513

1,552

614
594
891
549
542

1,886
1,952
1,923
1,922
1,897

112
109
108
126
108

1,271
1,268
1,285
1,310
1,326

3,375
3,292
3.287
3.287
3,382

1,585
1,603
1,618
1,639
1,675

12,770 1,266
12,803 1,426
12,825
998
12,842 1,381
12,855 1 ,297

578
576
558
561
585

16,428
16,481
16,427
16,439
16,504

1,555
1.557
1.558
1,557
1,562

163
360
729
380

1,996
2,098
2,036
2,061

103
103
105
104

1,326
1,332
1,340
1,343

3,257
3,314
3,360
3,332

3,663
1,703
2,672
1,693

12,832 1,506
937
12,863
12,904 1,322
12,896 1,237

558
551
564
579

16,402
16,420
16,354
16,418

1.563
1.563
1.563
1,559

31,615 1,151
31,549 1,161
31,380 1,160
31,320 1,168

475
336
793
720

2,069
2,114
2,073
2,012

106
103
106
106

1,360
1,367
1,376
1,364

3,482
3,253
3,144
3,116

1,727
1,730
1,737
1,748

12,902
12,923
12,942
12,952

1,827
1,281
1,394
1,022

614
587
572
582

16.430 ! 1,570
16,387 1 1,570
16,276
1.570
16,317
1.570

71,659
70,815
71,679
71,129
71,029

31,499 1,091
31,359 1,095
31,592 1,101
31,498 1,116
31,476 1,112

620
434
529
426
279

2,003
1,948
1,893
1,847
1,857

106
110
106
104
102

1,371
1,367
1,370
1,378
1,377

3,321
3,266
3,379
3,304
3,254

1 ,745
1,763
1,781
1,786
1,790

12,956
12,973
13,002
13,038
13,055

1,587
1,192
1,639
1,425
1,478

582
572
580
551
565

16,346
16,304
16,278
16,224
16,253

1.568
1.568
t ,571
t , 568
1.569

69,662
70,306
71,025
70.989

70,911
71,848
72,356
72,592

31,548
31,728
31,937
31,805

1,116
1,134
1,145
1,166

264
477
755
739

1,853
1,978
1,985
1,898

103
107
11S
109

1,355
1,373
1,370
1,320

3,274 1,818
3,286 1,852
3,495 1,868
3,460 2,027

13,058
13,101
13,126
13,136

1,249
1,542
1,331
t ,603

572
559
552
509

16,273
16,282
16,245
16,391

1,572
1.571
1.571
1.571

116,175
It 6,984
117,777
117,035

70,726
70,989
71,466
71,093

72,228
72,566
73,162
72,300

31,786
31,849
32,020
31,877

1.179
474 1,853
1.180
711 1,982
1,189 1,013 1,932
1,205
750 1,993

104
99
96
103

1,317
1,305
1,301
1,304

3,389
3,219
3.174
3,047

2.143
2,128
2,180
2,191 [

13,140 1,502
13,196 i ll , 577
13,221 j I ,696
13,247 -1,207

522
535
530
530

16,396
16,359
16,379
16,413

1,577
1,574
1,569
1,567

1
8
15
22
29

118,898 117,467
118,220 116,899
119,516 118,162
118,707 117,255
118,628 117,319

71,843
71,647
72,434
71,741
71,670

73,274
72,968
73,788
73,193
72,979

32,085 1,210 1,072
32,010 1,206
986
32,136 1,216 1,341
32,024 1,220
833
520
32,109 1,226

2,055
1,966
2,080
2,016
2,063

98
97
100
103
102

1,310
1.317
1.318
1,330
1.319

13.132
3i 10S
13,106
>3,023
3,073

2,226 : 13,245
2,245
13,269
2,314
13,312
2,30$
13,338
2,302
13,347

1,431
1,321
1,354
1,452
1,309

525
540
553
566
587

16,456
16,475
16,527
16,541
16,584

1.571
1.572
1,569
1.561
1.562

6
13
20
27

118,828
119,164
121,837
122,565

71,530
71,920
73,809
74,569

73,250
73,224
75,285
76,078

32,016
32,223
32,733
32,920

1,227
356
1,230
336
1,238
773
1,270 1,019

2,136
2,163
2,404
2,379

103
102
104
125

1,324
1,327
1,335
1,343

3,025
3,108
3,628
3,769

,2,325
12,329
2,339
j2 ,365

1,720
1,304
1,476
1,509

6111
605
627
657

16,619
16,675
16,764
16,877

1.564
1.564
1,555
1,554




132
131
129
126

To commercial
IvinWe

12,821 2,200
12,810 1,422
12,809 1,354
12,800
508

117,108
117,860
120,361
121,056

1,121 1,730
619 1,545
761 1,444
581 1,388

.....,

240

13,352
13,386
13,419
13,399

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEK LY, 1941-65— Continued
of dollars)

Investments

Balances with—

U.S . G overnr nent secur ties
Notes anc bonds m aturing—
Total

Bills

C ertif­
icates

W ithin
1 year

1 to
5 years

O ther
securi­
ties

Cash
items
in
process
of
collec­
tion

C ur­
rency
and
coin

R e­
serves
with
F.R .
Banks

D o­
mestic
banks

Foreign
banks

O ther
assets

Total
assets

D ate

A fter
5 years

1961
30,614
30,530
30,645
31,007

4,038
3,894
4,119
4,441

1,583
1,590
1,533
1,589

2,639
2,638
2,641
2,682

18,227
18,291
18,255
18,242

4,127
4,117
4,097
4,053

10,167
10,247
10,224
10,287

13,141
12,029
11,936
10,443

1,434
1,483
1,402
1,382

12,703
12,157
12,492
12,355

3,355
3,075
2,970
3,530

107
91
89
105

4,047
4,103
4,009
4,065

148,688 Jan.
144,765
144,377
142,145

4
11
18
25

31,086
30,630
31,120
30,681

4,479
4,124
3,907
3,688

1,613
1,599
1,173
1,096

2,727
2,749
3,878
3,921

18,230
18,140
18,181
18,005

4,037
4,018
3,981
3,971

10,275
10,388
10,518
10,536

12,171
9,980
14,091
11,155

1,289
1,302
1,348
1,396

12,250
12,879
12,533
12,367

2,938
2,687
3,121
3,007

92
90
98
101

4,158
4,085
4,066
3,963

145,203 Feb.
142,197
147,873
143,767

1
8
15
22

30,635
30,401
30,606
29,820
29,519

3,674
3,484
3,687
3,002
2,772

1,098
1,199
1,217
1,196
1,169

3,992
4,044
4,086
4,103
4,078

17,919
17,794
17,737
17,661
17,590

3,952
3,880
3,879
3,858
3,910

10,552
10,717
10,786
10,818
10,858

13,001
10,978
13,103
11,046
10,682

1,260
1,286
1,285
1,336
1,382

12,095
12,258
12,169
12,426
11,886

3,018
2,751
3,084
3,007
2,875

107
108
127
124
106

4,067
4,132
4,112
4,157
4,312

146,007 M ar.
142,997
146,990
143,829
142,802

1
8
15
22
29

30,045
29,761
30,327
30,340

3,344
3,048
3,575
3,580

1,159
1,242
1,268
1,307

4,190
4,247
4,329
4,413

16,424
16,271
16,186
16,141

4,928
4,953
4,969
4,899

10,950
11,104
10,927
10,918

11,237
12,547
11,916
11,752

1,264
1,393
1,378
1,398

12,507
12,287
12,266
11,790

3,266
2,949
3,133
2,933

118
123
93
122

4,225
4,228
4,236
4,284

144,311 Apr.
145,254
145,281
144,897

5.
12
19
26

30,340

3,580

1,307

4,413

16,141

4,899

10,918

11,572

1,398

11,790

2,933

122

4,284

144,897 Apr.

26

30,590
30,290
31,438
31,188
31,397

3,728
3,379
3,447
3,259
3,461

1,410
1,485
2,203
2,257
2,292

4,472
4,512
4,973
4,996
5,108

16,103
16,071
16,168
16,089
16,033

4,877
4,843
4,647
4,587
4,503

10,863
10,873
10,952
10,838
10,837

11,735
11,453
12,790
10,615
12,149

1,278
1,347
1,354
1,393
1,395

12,327
12,418
12,740
12,404
12,171

3,095
2,765
2,961
2,639
2,958

156
133
117
129
113

4,319
4,288
4,125
4,192
4,339

145,782 May
145,102
147,927
144,680
146,569

3
10
17
24
31

31,431
33,124
32,935
31,976

3,494
5,177
4,894
3,923

2,302
2,330
2,379
2,386

5,180
5,164
6,163
6,223

15,941
15,945
14,983
14,948

4,514
4,508
4,516
4,496

10,928
10,825
10,905
10,959

10,966
13,640
11,609
11,340

1,320
1,423
1,394
1,469

12,200
12,369
12,435
12,227

2,702
3,373
2,834
3,172

112
114
129
120

4,277
4,227
4,226
4,303

144,489 June
149,890
148,139
146,974

7
14
21
28

31,974
31,456
31,899
34,103

3,959
3,522
3,856
6,138

2,386
2,418
2,553
2,547

6,264
6,256
6,278
6,299

14,927
14,855
14,802
14,726

4,438
4,405
4,410
4,393

10,922
11,006
11,022
11,107

12,284
13,268
12,498
11,032

1,306
1,494
1,399
1,429

12,371
12,333
12,156
12,379

3,064
3,149
2,934
3,032

111
123
128
133

4,331
4,334
4,343
4,510

149,051 July
148,384
147,762
148,582

5
12
19
26

33,790
33,327
33,328
33,332
33,464

5,856
5,386
5,461
5,394
5,632

1,556
1,540
1,520
1,522
1,521

5,498
5,345
6,212
6,312
6,267

16,385
16,565
15,944
15,944
15,918

4,495
4,491
4,191
4,150
4,126

11,061
11,091
11,187
11,198
11,286

11,759
10,758
12,423
10,609
10,370

1,342
1,360
1,347
1,403
1,462

12,539
12,762
12,502
12,140
12,131

2,802
2,644
2,853
2,785
2,607

124
121
125
118
130

4,342
4,375
4,290
4,260
4,364

149,418 Aug.
147,253
149,734
146,964
146,843

2
9
16
23
30

33,321
33,171
33,181
34,414

5,556
5,457
5,469
6,717

1,516
1,508
1,550
1,548

6,244
6,229
6,284
6,310

15,887
15,847
15,792
15,776

4,118
4,130
4,086
4,063

11,287
11,629
11,714
11,700

11,264
12,855
12,329
11,633

1,377
1,475
1,449
1,490

12,463
12,640
12,986
12,260

3,001
2,955
2,975
2,824

132
141
142
153

4,410
4,420
4,370
4,474

148,166 Sept.
151,134
151,402
151,540

6
13
20
27

33,643
34,240
34,608
34,327

6,109
5,607
6,059
5,879

1,530
1,514
1,516
1,507

6,311
6,319
6,305
6,285

15,652
16,769
16,733
16,682

4,041
4,031
3,995
3,974

11,806
11,755
11,703
11,615

12,407
12,890
13,124
11,501

1,336
1,444
1,460
1,483

12,829
12,546
12,880
13,067

2,932
2,833
2,937
2,761

152
150
138
150

4,420
4,441
4,427
4,426

151,753 Oct.
152,835
154,439
151,630

4
11
18
25

34,087
33,770
34,181
33,867
34,932

5,772
5,500
5,752
5,491
5,569

1,482
1,456
1,484
1,485
1,475

6,233
6,301
5,079
5,067
5,064

16,645
3,955
3,973
16,540
18,234
3,632
18,320 ' 3,504
3,498
18,326

11,537
11,482
11,547
11,647
11,717

13,156
12,788
15,109
12,941
12,076

1,399
1,438
1,458
1,435
1,651

12,978
12,802
12,810
13,111
12,524

2,950
2,744
3,047
2,782
3,166

166
161
160
162
175

4,457
4,640
4,443
4,367
4,436

154,004 Nov.
152,693
156,543
153,505
152,656

1
8
15
22
29

33,813
33,931
34,501
34,247

5,528
5,693
6,349
6,168

1,467
1,416
1,427
1,421

5,052
5,058
5,390
5,359

18,319
18,312
17,907
17,894

11,765
12,009
12,051
12,240

12,686
13,485
14,004
15,629

1,535
1,750
1,695
1,863

12,697
12,686
13,191
13,662

2,820
3,221
3,178
3,262

152
162
165
238

4,502
4,611
4,450
4,520

153,280 Dec.
155,079
158,520
161,739

6
13
20
27




3,447
3,452
3,428
3,405

241

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BANKS*
(In millions
D emand deposits
Total
demand
and
time
deposits

Domestic banks

Total

Adjusted

Date

U n­
adjusted

Individ­
uals,
partner­
ships,
and corps.

States
and polit­
ical sub­
divisions

U.S.
G overn­
ment

Commercia I

M utual
savings

Forei gn
Govern- j Com ­
ments, 1 mercial
etc.
1 banks

Certified
and
officers'
cheeks

1961
4
11
18
25

129,167
126,027
125,607
124,539

61,717
61,825
62,185
62,611

93,661
90,454
89,933
88,726

67,036
66,610
66,726
65,765

4,882
4,643
4,908
4,886

3,802
2,176
2,066
2,096

13,591
13,085
12,415
12,241

1
8
15
22

126,300
123,004
128,299
124,502

61,340
60,874
60,010
60,031

89,690
86,281
91,513
87,625

65,208
63,678
66,285
63,814

5,138
4,856
4,802
4,987

3,105
2,337
3,725
3,829

11,687
11,647
12,258
11,211

I
8
15
22
29

126,788
123,462
127,931
124,789
123,542

59,932
59,618
61,448
60,350
60,124

89,860
86,337
90,767
87,502
86,044

64,735
63,236
66,944
64,093
63,349

5,065
4,650
4,572
4,792
4,836

3,838
2,282
2,679
3,229
2,865

11,707
11,896
12,073
11,439
10,864

Apr.

5
12
19
26

125,645
126,301
126,505
125,621

60,016
61,180
62,277
62,049

87,950
88,403
88,543
87,446

63,911
66,285
66,274
65,527

4,766
4,703
5,228
5,229

2,755
1,227
926
1,076

12,468
11,967
11,977
11,132

Apr.

26

125,621

64,064

87,446

65,418

5,229

1,076

10,554

524

566

1,034

3,045

May

3
10
17
24
31

126,767
125,608
128,205
125,107
127,247

62,550
62,246
61,313
61,876
62,120

88,229
86,840
89,331
86,041
88,056

63,869
63,490
63,926
62,651
64,168

5,572
5,186
5,138
5,223
5,490

2,854
2,244
3,994
3,446
2,982

11,090
10,897
11,234
10,104
10,805

551
539
545
496
497

536
591
644 |
589
615

976
1,021
981
973
949

2,781
2,872
2,869
2,559
2,550

June

7
14
21
28

124,919
131,072
128,916
127,967

62,210
63,433
62,600
62,156

85,628
91,610
89,480
88,255

63,391
66,811
64,512
63,750

5,210
4,891
4,737
4,932

1,565
2,788
4,750
3,834

10,887
11,749
10,521
10,925

531
511
489
472

655 1
604 1
682
644|

968
988
1,030
982

2,521
3,268
2,759
2,716

July

5
12
19
26

129,530
129,305
128,320
129,598

61,155
61,892
62,509
63,398

89,698
89,346
88,203
89,382

63,866
65,451
65,212
64,692

5,015
4,716
4,516
4,822

4,015
2,089
1,790
4,164

11,744
12,097
11,406
10,788

569
587
563
500

645 !
670 1
665
721

953
945
956
948

2,89i
2,791
3,095
2,747

Aug.

2
9
16
23
30

129,731
127,484
129,587
127,367
127,039

62,381
61,998
61,017
61,434
61,855

89,427
87,046
89,113
86,846
86,379

64,044
63,157
64,013
62,748
62,935

5,107
4,776
4,712
4,702
4,847

4,086
3,079
4,116
3,748
3,568

11,201
11,211
11,557
11,055
10,586

517
513
514
465
459

704
701 '
666
681 I
632 j

978
892
1,023
986
966

2,790
2,717
2,512
2,461
2,386

Sept.

6
13
20
27

128,475
130,896
131,304
131,361

61,791
63,341
62,720
62,166

87,722
89,957
90,394
90,354

63,895
67,108
65,689
64,480

4,673
4,480
4,494
4,693

2,787
1,974
3,626
5,533

11,880
11,787
11,719
11,022

504
494
508
486

643
626
620
655 |

940
947
1,015
988

2,400
2,541
2,723
2,497

Oct.

4
11
18
25

132,067
132,999
134,387
131,705

61,542
62,189
63,410
63,920

90,894
91,741
93,170
90,463

64,305
65,924
67,325
66,365

4,739
4,374
4,407
4,505

5,023
4,669
4,366
3,628

11,922
11,993
12,270
11,414

588
577
596
533

643 j
617
751
642 ’

981
969
970
992

2,693
2,618
2,485
2,384

Nov.

1
8
15
22
29

133,867
132,117
135,765
132,617
132,404

63,423
62,388
62,777
62,644
63,906

92,658
90,858
94,714
91,449
91,216

66,407
65,364
67,454
65,932
66,183

5,027
4,620
4,743
4,793
4,984

4,071
3,429
4,152
4,124
3,414

12,008
12,253
12,676
11,740
11,820

552
568
551
512
504

587 i
|
557
625
576 '
615 j

1,019
1,029
1,001
1,022
1,032

2,987
3,038
3,512
2,750
2,754

6
13
20
27

132,256
134,934
137,924
140,742

63,369
65,987
66,185
66,343

90,977
93,602
96,571
99,270

66,139
69,716
69,927
71,156

4,749
4,613
4,715
4,863

2,760
1,691
3,690
4 ,» , |

12,162
12,439
12,692
12,741

550
510
502
517

656
689 1
621
643 j

1,035
1,021
1,092
1,179

2,926
2,923
3,332
3,614

Jan.

Feb.

M ar.




242

1,410
1,339
1,331
1,335

-------=
- - - - - ......... ______ _ J
........... J
--------_____ - —
.......

;

|

2,940
2,601
2,487
2,403

1,387
1,443
1,429
1,399

3,165
2,320
3,014
2,385

1,382
1,563
1,464
1,438
1 509

3,133
2,710
3,035
2,511
2,621

1,474
1,482
1,447
1,437

_

2,576
2,739
2,691
3,045

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEK LY, 1»41-«S— Continued
of dollars)
Borrowings

Time deposits

Total

Individuals, part­ States
nerships, and
U.S.,
and
corns.
political G overn­
subdivi­
ment
sions
Savings
O ther

Domestic
interbank
C om ­
mercial

Other
liabili­
ties

Foreign

M utual G overn­
savings ments,
etc.

Com ­
mercial
banks

From
F.R .
Banks

C apital
ac­
counts

Total
liabilities
and
capital
accounts

Other

Date

1961
35,506
35,573
35,674
35,813

31,383
31,444
31,523
31,572

2,383
2,393
2,405
2,488

142
141
145
151

1,598
1,595
1,601
1,602

72
17
35
20

2,366
1,576
1,612
467

4,886
4,937
4,936
4,924

12,197
12,208
12,187
12,195

148,688
144,765
144,377
142,145

Jan.

4
11
18
25

36,610
36,723
36,786
36,877

32,344
32,447
32,499
32,610

2,500
2,513
2,532
2,508

152
145
146
148

1,614
1,618
1,609
1,611

142
412
435
272

1,461
1,490
1,791
1,497

5z036
5,011
5,086
5,206

12,264
12,280
12,262
12,290

145,203
147,197
147,873
143,767

Feb.

1
8
15
22

36,928
37,125
37,164
37,287
37,498

32,682
32,846
32,939
33,032
33,204

2,494
2,516
2z453
2,475
2,513

147
148
154
155
156

1,605
1,615
1,618
1,625
1,625

24
132
24
34
60

1,662
1,845
1,795
1,626
1,623

5,206
5,225
4,924
5,060
5,204

12,328
12,333
12,316
12,320
12,373

146,007
142,997
146,990
143,829
142,802

M ar.

1
8
15
22
29

37,695
37,898
37,962
38,175

33,324
33,451
33,422
33,596

2,578
2,620
2,681
2,723

157
156
160
154

1,636
1,671
1,699
1 70?

60
90
19
]1

1,159
1,468
1,315
1,674

5,059
4,997
5,071
5,198

12,388
12,398
12,371
12,393

144,311
145,254
145,281
144,897

A pr.

5
12
19
26

38,175

27,819

5,480

2,723

154

128

7

1,754

110

11

1,674

5,198

12,393

144,897

A pr.

26

38,538
38,768
38,874
39,066
39,191

27,902
27,994
28,066
28,131
28,202

5,699
5,790
5,805
5,871
5,939

2,775
2,797
2,803
2,839
2,837

157
158
163
161
157

131
133
136
137
136

6
6
7
7
7

1,780
1,795
1,807
1,837
1,829

88
95
87
83
84

25
192
715
176
46

1,277
1,626
1,277
1,607
1,426

5,261
5,214
5,268
5,329
5,341

12,452
12,462
12,462
12,461
12,509

145,782
145,102
147,927
144,680
146,569

M ay

3
10
17
24
31

39,291
39,462
39,436
39,712

28,408
28,449
28,509
28,627

5,858
5,974
5,933
6,102

2,809
2,822
2,817
2,799

164
164
164
163

137
139
139
139

7
8
8
8

1,823
1,815
1,778
1,789

85
91
88
85

27
17
44
20

1,705
882
1,507
1,221

5,335
5,428
5,188
5,244

12,503
12,491
12,484
12,522

144,489
149,890
148,139
146,974

June

7
14
21
28

39,832
39,959
40,117
40,216

28,714
28,763
28,805
28,823

6,133
6,194
6,281
6,343

2,789
2,803
2,793
2,794

167
168
166
164

140
140
144
147

8
8
8
8

1,790
1,792
1,821
1,842

91
91
99
95

25
9
141
11

1,885
1,467
1,608
1,078

5,061
5,051
5,168
5,352

12,550
12,552
12,525
12,543

149,051
148,384
147,762
148,582

July

5
12
19
26

40,304
40,438
40,474
40,521
40,660

28,862
28,955
28,985
29,015
29,030

6,389
6,394
6,336
6,351
6,415

2,783
2,799
2,811
2,811
2,817

159
164
167
166
163

141
143
145
143
144

8
8
8
8
8

1,869
1,878
1,922
1,935
1,990

93
97
100
92
93

122
399
88
5
26

1,714
1,439
1,947
1,561
1,674

5,241
5,305
5,488
5,409
5,449

12,610
12,626
12,624
12,622
12,655

149,418
147,253
149,734
146,964
146,843

Aug.

2
9
16
23
30

40,753
40,939
40,910
41,007

29,079
29,110
29,156
29,244

6,458
6,589
6,519
6,512

2,783
2,809
2,788
2,777

155
158
159
160

143
139
138
151

8
8
10
9

2,035
2,022
2,039
2,058

92
104
101
96

31
11
179
72

1,503
2,025
1,761
2,003

5,488
5,529
5,510
5,422

12,669
12,673
12,648
12,682

148,166
151,134
151,402
151,540

Sept.

6
13
20
27

41,173
41,258
41,217
41,242

29,400
29,466
29,516
29,565

6,498
6,512
6,499
6,485

2,775
2,757
2,709
2,703

158
156
155
146

152
152
154
152

10
10
10
11

2,089
2,115
2,081
2,087

91
90
93
93

24
75
19
226

1,744
1,780
1,934
1,544

5,185
5,232
5,373
5,419

12,733
12,749
12,726
12,736

151,753
152,835
154,439
151,630

Oct.

4
11
18
25

41,209
41,259
41,051
41,168
41,188

29,621
29,708
29,724
29,790
29,771

6,406
6,373
6,163
6,127
6,190

2,693
2,694
2,658
2,727
2,721

148
148
159
155
152

154
157
156
156
150

12
10
10
10
10

2,082
2,078
2,087
2,112
2,101

93
91
94
91
93

241
462
581
362
14

1,727
1,824
1,774
2,085
1,690

5,350
5,445
5,583
5,618
5,695

12,819
12,845
12,840
12,823
12,853

154,004
152,693
156,543
153,505
152,656

N ov.

1
8
15
22
29

41,279
41,332
41,353
41,472

29,853
29,894
29,944
30,082

6,140
6,118
6,001
5,969

2,768
2,783
2,845
2,851

151
163
164
166

150
149
150
151

10
10
10
10

2,103
2,108
2,134
2,135

98
107
105
108

10
5
288
482

2,363
1,534
1,921
2,081

5,709
5,734
5,443
5,461

12,882
12,872
12,944
12,973

153,220
155,079
158,520
161,739

Dec.

6
13
20
27




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WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
4.1 ASSETS AND
A . M EM BER BA NK S,
(In millions
Loans
invest mcnts

' "" '
For purchasing or carrying
securities

To tal

To nonbank
financial
institutions

1
D ate

Total

Total
ad­
justed

Ad­
justed

Net

Com­
m er­
cial
and
indus­
trial

Agricul­
tural

To brokers
and dealers

.....

To commercial
hanks
....

To
others

Per­
sonal
and
U.S.
U.S.
sales
fi­
Other
Govt. O th e r! Govt, Other
secu­ secu- 1 secu­ secu­ nance
cos.
rities rities ritics rities
etc.

Reul
estate

All
other
For­
eign

D o­
mes­
tic

'

:

1962

Memo’
valua­
tion
re­
serves

i

Jan.

3
10
!7
24
31

122,631 120,354
120,812 119,012
120,410 118,692
119,432 118,038
120,360 118,515

74,285
73,129
72,520
71,553
71,870

76,562
74,929
74,238
72,947
73,715

32,797
32,501
32,230
31,981
31,988

1,303
1,307
1,325
1,322
1,317

847
571
424
208
329

2,363
2,221
2,116
1,982
2,011

137
116
111
110
111

1,358
1,358
1,348
1,348
1,353

3,729
3,421
3,394
|3,115
3,184

2,430
2,377
2,360
2,325
2,332

13,403 2 277
13,404
800
13,407
718
394
13,406
13,420
845

674
644
654
630
628

16,940
16,909
16,853
16,827
16,902

1,696
1,700
1,702
1,701
1,705

Feb.

7
14
21
28

119,704
119,637
119,380
120,656

117,866
117,877
117,829
118,928

71,705
72,099
71,901
72,886

73,543
73,859
73,452
74,614

32,038
32,117
32,176
32,204

1,314
1,318
1,315
1,322

389
595
322
640

1,946
1,966
1,996
2,345

109
110
107
133

1,357
1,362
1,361
1,360

3,036
3,064
3,079
3,274

2,292
2,295
2,285
2,301

13,415
13,452
13,475
13,497

838
760
551
728

6*19
643
650
629

16,865
16,888
16,847
16,894

1,705
1,711
1,712
1,713

M ar.

7
14
21
28

119,657 117,995
120,246 118,435
121,182 119,478
121,349 119,538

72,294
72,981
73,650
74,030

73,956
74,792
75,354
75,841

32,203
32,607
33,145
33,014

1,318
1,323
1,328
1,322

440
582
472
837

2,108
2,065
2,132
2,203

134
112
115
105

1,373
1,375
1,374
1,374

3,191
3,257
3,348
3,351

2,249
2,266
2,271
2,273

13,484
13,546
13,599
13,620

662
811
704
811

627
640
672
692

16,882
16,928
16,913
16,958

1,715
1,720
1,719
1,719

Apr.

4
11
18
25

120,912
12.0,992
122,684
122,089

119,202
119,628
121,069
120,482

73,874
74,054
74.671
74,483

75,584
75,418
76,286
76,090

33,064 1,329
581 2,250
32,970 1,350
687 2,276
32,987 1,354 1,025 2,319
866 2,308
32,778 1,364

109
132
118
117

1,383
1,396
1,413
1,412

3,309
3,194
3,250
3,266

2,257
2,280
2,316
2,324

13,624
13,703
13,757
13,840

710
364
615
607

700
718
696
700

16,989
17,068
17,159
17,231

1,721
1,720
1,723
1,723

M ay

2
9
16
23
30

123,697
122,038
123,080
122,548
122,354

121,909
120,379
121,312
120,832
120,660

75,930
75,073
75,429
74,719
74,647

77,718
76,732
77,197
76,435
76,341

32,937 1,372 1,371 2,541
929 2,357
32,910 1,377
33,123 1,377 1,102 2,160
32,978 1,384
546 2,154
487 2,123
32.854 1,378

121
106
96
93
91

1,416
1,418
1,416
1,398
1,408

3,472
3,267
3,334
3,262
3,316

2,288
2,272
2,312
2,308
2,320

13,874
13,923
13,990
14,041
14,068

788
659
768
716
694

704
701
681
702
693

17,558
17,536
17,557
17,570
17,625

1,724
1,723
1,719
1,717
1,716

June

6
13
20
27

122,496 120,816
123,547 121,640
124,238 122,872
124,345 122,806

74,677
75,075
76,025
75,902

76,357
76,982
77,391
77,441

32,791
32,894
33,328
33,354

1,381
1,389
1,387
1,383

499
713
789
597

2,022
1,940
1,939
1,936

92 1,381 3,436
93 1,354 3,430
91 1,339 3,670
92 1,333 3,549

2,334
2,385
2,448
2,490

14,084
14,161
14,227
14,268

680
907
366
539

690
707
741
749

17,685
17,728
17,784
17,872

1,718
1,719
1,718
1,721

July

4
11
18
25

124,658
123,934
123,475
123,213

122,775
122,506
122,271
121,657

75,900
75,539
75,339
75,026

77,783
76,967
76,543
76,582

33,183 1,381
33,278 1,384
33,038 1,396
32,954 1,408

513
423
449
289

1,980
1,776
1,749
1,755

89 1,317 3,703 2,486
91 1,311 3,471 2,484
86 1,319 3,453 2,521
83 1,314 3,359 2,528

14,311
14,400
14,469
14,506

SS3
428
204
556

767
770
753
736

17,894
17,877
17,831
17,818

1,724
1,726
1,725
1,724

Aug.

1
8
15
22
29

124,212
122,947
124,437
123,850
124,105

122,314
121,149
122,717
122,328
122,068

75,732
75,236
76,074
75,924
75,975

77,630
77,034
77,794
77,446
78,012

33,146 1,221
33,120 1,214
33,360 1,218
33,418 1,230
33,442 1,230

363
199
452
349
298

1,916
1,886
2,009
1,876
1,926

92
79
83
79
80

1,303
1,299
1,306
1,298
1,300

3,717
3,480
3,602
3,557
3,505

2,542
2,536
2,584
2,582
2,599

14,525
14,542
14,604
14,656
14,696 2

898
798
720
522
037

740
753
739
740
744

17,895
17,856
17,847
17,869
17,883

1,728
1,728
1,730
1,730
1,728

Sept.

5
12
19
26

124,449
124,909
126,065
125,344

122,592
123,149
124,252
124,140

76,211
76,957
78,259
78,178

78,068
78,717
80,072
79,382

33,392
33,590
33,881
34,063

1,243
304
827
1,263
1,286 l l ,440
1,296 1,178

1,976
2,040
2,180
2,188

80
82
82
81

1,298
1,295
1,290
1,269

3,684
3,525
3,637
3,530

2,631
2,648
2,683
2,696

14,728
14,810
14,877
14,927

857
760
813
204

704
681
666
650

17,905
17,931
17,970
18,034

1,734
1,735
1,733
1,734

3
10
17
24
31

126,698
126,104
126,955
125,924
127,402

124,899
124,344
125,093
124,200
125,533

77,726
77,708
77,981
77,441
78,765

79,527
79,468
79,843
79,165
80,634

34,081 1,318
34,085 1,327
34,221 1,340
34,009 1,351
34,290 1,384

661
758
823
614
1,186

2,131
2,123
2,142
2,069
2,196

83
80
82
80
81

1,270
1,272
1,285
1,28$
1,301

3,572
3,429
3,422
3,314
3,432

2,707
2,724
2,737
2,703
2,712

14,940
15,008
15,084
15,155
15,203

801
760
862
724
869

642
652
648
653
663

18,062
17,991
17,939
17,947
18,065

1,741
1,741
1,742
1,742
1,748

Nov.

7
14
21
28

126,479 124,672
126,688 124,798
127,170 125,459
126,979 125,472

78,432
78,980
79,037
78,861

80,239
80,870
80,748
80,368

34,322
34,617
34,787
34,680

887
948
700
661

2,004
2,020
2,082
2,077

80
81
85
82

1,320
1,322
1,321
1,334

3,431
3,456
3,445
3,371

2,763
2,767
2,734
2,714

15,231
15,309
15,384
15,399 1

807
890
711
507

644
644
621
623

18,076
18,120
18,172
18,183

1,747
1,746
1,746
1,743

Dcc.

5
12
19
26

128,058 126,113
128,706 126,817
131,160 129,361
132,075 129,940

79,364
79,821
81,920
82,311

81,309
81,710
83,719
84,446

849 2,169
34,779 1,493
863 2,309
34,807 1,503
35,075 1,526 1,824 2,632
35,166 1,529 1,604 2,748

86
82
88
97

1,334
1,348
1,358
1,369

3,420
3,544
3,935
4,237

2,700
2,726
2,776
2,774

15,415 1
15,470
15,483 1
15,504 2
____

945
889
799
135

613
618
625
650

18,251
18,299
18,339
18,374

1,745
1,748
1,741
1,741




1,421
1,442
1,452
1,480

244

WEEKLY REPORTING BANKS
LIABILITIES— Continued
W EEKLY, 1941-65— Continued
o f dollars)

Investments

Balances with—

U .S. G overnm ent securities
Motes and bonds m aturing—
Total

Bills

33,960
33,662
33,954
34,312
34,467

5,972
5,754
6,073
6,090
6,204

33,914
33,564
33,492
33,510

Certif­
icates

O ther
securi­
ties

Cash
items
in
process
of
collec­
tion

C ur­
rency
and
coin

R e­
serves
with
F .R .
Banks

D o­
mestic
banks

Foreign
banks

O ther
assets

Total
assets

D ate

W ithin
1 year

1 to
5 years

After
5 years

1,379
1,385
1,387
1,416
1,451

5,411
5,356
5,398
5,418
5,481

17,852
17,878
17,792
17,811
17,778

3,346
3,289
3,304
3,577
3,553

12,109
12,221
12,218
12,173
12,178

14,866
12,779
13,889
11,636
13,094

1,637
1,652
1,587
1,626
1,532

13,436
12,678
12