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FE D E RA L R E SE R V E BANK
OF NEW YORK
Fiscal A g en t of the United States
386
June 12,
J
[ Circular No. 1952 6 * 1

CASH OFFERING OF TREASURY BONDS
Subscription and Allotment
To all Banks, and Others Concerned,
in the Second Federal Reserve D istrict:

Secretary Snyder announced today the basis on which subscriptions will be
received fo r the intermediate bonds on which the subscription books will open on
Monday, June 16, 1952. A s announced Tuesday, this offering will be fo r cash only,
in the amount of $3,500,000,000, or thereabouts.
Nonbank subscriptions will be accepted without limit and will be allotted in full.
Subscriptions from commercial banks for their own account will be received without
deposit but will be restricted in each case to an amount not exceeding the combined
capital, surplus and undivided profits, or 5 per cent of the total deposits, whichever
is greater, o f the subscribing bank. A ll other subscriptions must be accompanied by
payment of 10 per cent o f the amount o f bonds applied for.
Subject to the usual reservations, subscriptions for amounts up to and including
$100,000 from commercial banks will be allotted in full. Subscriptions fo r amounts
over $100,000 from commercial banks will be allotted on a percentage basis which will
be made public when allotments are made. In accordance with the Treasury’s usual
practice, commercial banks are defined fo r this purpose as banks accepting demand
deposits.
Full details will be given in the official circular which will be available Monday,
June 16, 1952.




A

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President.


Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, One Federal Reserve Bank Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63102