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Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, D.C.

ANNUAL STATISTICAL DIGEST

1990




November 1991

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Preface

The Annual Statistical Digest is designed as a compact source
of economic-and, especially, financial-data. The object is to
lighten the burden of assembling time series by providing a single
source of historical continuations of the statistics carried regularly
in the Federal Reserve Bulletin.
The Digest also offers a continuation of series that formerly
appeared regularly in the Bulletin, as well as certain special,
irregular tables, which the Bulletin also once carried. The domestic nonfinancial series included are those for which the Board of
Governors is the primary source. Sources of data other than the
Federal Reserve are listed in Part 3 -Notes to Tables.
This issue of the Digest covers data for the year 1990, except as
noted in the table title. The Digest serves to maintain the historical
series published in Banking and Monetary Statistics, 1949-1970,
and the Digest, for 1970-1979 and 1980-89.




In this issue, series include revisions to all the data available
through July 1991. The current coverage of the series, any
changes in the coverage, and other pertinent details are given in
Part 3 -Notes to Tables.
The numbering system for the tables contained in this issue
differs slightly from those in previous issues of the Digest and in
the Bulletin. As a guide to tables that cover the same material in
these publications, the Board's staff has prepared a concordance,
which accompanies this Digest. A glossary of Federal Reserve
terms is available free of charge from Publications Services, Mail
Stop 138, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System,
Washington, D.C. 20551. Suggestions for making the Digest
more useful may be sent to the Economic Editing Section, Mail
Stop 41, at the same address.
Please note that the index refers to table numbers, not page
numbers.

Abbreviations and Symbols

ATS
CD
CMO
FFB
FHA
FHLBB
FHLMC
FmHA
FNMA
FSLIC
G-7
G-10
GNMA
GNP
HUD
IMF
IO
IPCs
IRA
MMDA

Automatic transfer service
Certificate of deposit
Collateralized mortgage obligation
Federal Financing Bank
Federal Housing Administration
Federal Home Loan Bank Board
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
Farmers Home Administration
Federal National Mortgage Association
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
Group of Seven
Group of Ten
Government National Mortgage Association
Gross national product
Department of Housing and Urban Development
International Monetary Fund
Interest only
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Individual retirement account
Money market deposit account

n.a.
n.e.c.
NOW
OCD
OPEC
OTS
PO
REIT
REMIC
RP
RTC
SAIF
SCO
SDR
SMSA
VA
*

...

Not available
Not elsewhere classified
Negotiable order of withdrawal
Other checkable deposit
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries
Office of Thrift Supervision
Principal only
Real estate investment trust
Real estate mortgage investment conduit
Repurchase agreement
Resolution Trust Corporation
Savings Association Insurance Fund
Securitized credit obligation
Special drawing right
Standard metropolitan statistical area
Veterans Administration
Amount is less than one-half the smallest unit in the
table (for example, less than 50,000 when the data
are shown in millions to one decimal place).
Not applicable

"U.S. government securities" may include issues of U.S. government agencies.
"State and local government" also includes municipalities, special districts, and other political subdivisions.
In some of the tables details may not sum to totals because of rounding.




Contents

The data shown in this issue of the Digest are in general for 1990. The exceptions are indicated in parentheses after the table titles.

Part 1 -Regular Tables
1. Reserves, money stock, liquid assets, and debt measures
A. Quarterly changes (1987-90)
B. Monthly changes
2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit
A. Monthly averages
B. Weekly averages of daily figures
C. Wednesday figures
D. End-of-month figures
3. Reserves and borrowings of depository institutions
A. Monthly averages
B. Weekly averages
4. Selected borrowings in immediately available funds of large commercial banks
5. Federal Reserve Bank interest rates (1981 -90)
A. Adjustment and seasonal credit to depository institutions
B. Extended credit to depository institutions
6. Reserve requirements of depository institutions, December 31
7. Federal Reserve open market transactions
. 8. Federal Reserve Banks
A. Consolidated condition statement
B. Federal Reserve note statement
C. Maturity distribution of loan and security holdings
9. Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks
A, Seasonally adjusted
B. Not seasonally adjusted
10. Measures and components of the money stock and debt
A. Seasonally adjusted
B. Not seasonally adjusted
11. Aggregate reserves of depository institutions and monetary base
A. Adjusted for changes in reserve requirements
B. Not adjusted for changes in reserve requirements
12. Loans and securities of all commercial banks
A. Seasonally adjusted
B. Not seasonally adjusted
13. Major nondeposit funds of all commercial banks
14. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, Last Wednesday of month
A. All commercial banking institutions
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks
15. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks
16. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
17. Gross demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations




3
4
5
6
9
12
13
13
14
16
16
16
17
.

18
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
23
24
24
25
33
37

Contents—continued

18. Commercial paper and bankers dollar acceptances outstanding
A, Commercial paper, seasonally adjusted
B. Bankers dollar acceptances, not seasonally adjusted
19. Prime rate charged by banks on short-term business loans
20. Terms of lending at commercial banks
21. Interest rates in money and capital markets
A. Annual and monthly averages
B. Weekly averages
22. Stock market - Selected statistics
A. Stock prices and trading
B. Customer
C. Margin requirements under Regulations T, U, G, and X
23. Selected assets and liabilities of financial institutions
A. SAIF-insured institutions
B. SAIF-federal savings banks
C. Credit unions
D. Life insurance companies
24. Federal fiscal and financing operations
25. U.S. budget
A. Receipts
B. Outlays
26. Federal debt subject to statutory limitation
27. Gross public debt of the U.S. Treasury: Types and ownership
28. U.S. government securities dealers
A. Transactions
B. Positions
C. Financing
..
29. Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies
30. New security issues of tax-exempt state and local governments
31. New security issues of U.S. corporations
32. Open-end investment companies
33. Total nonfarm business expenditures on new plant and equipment
34. Domestic finance companies: Assets and liabilities
35. Business credit of domestic finance companies
36. Markets for conventional mortgages on new homes
37. Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property
38. Installment credit-Total outstanding
39. Terms of consumer installment credit
40. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, 1989-90
A. All sectors
B. Private nonbank financial institutions
41. Flow of funds accounts (1981-90)
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector
B. Direct and indirect claims on credit market debt
C. Financial assets and liabilities, by sector
42. Nonfinancial business activity, selected measures
43. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization
A. Output
B. Capacity
C. Capacity utilization




37
37
37
38
39
40

financing

44
44
44
45
45
46
46
47
48
48
49
49
50
53
55
56
56
57
57
57
58
58
59
60
62
63
64
66
68
69
71
73
73
74
74

44. Labor force, employment, and unemployment
45. Industrial production
A. Major market
B. Major industry
46. Housing and construction (1989-90)
.
47. Consumer and producer prices
48. Summary of U.S. international transactions (1989-90)
49. U.S. foreign trade
50. U.S. reserve assets
51. Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions (1988-90)
A. By type
B. By area
52. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States (1989-90)
A. By holder and type of liability
B. By area and country
53. Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States (1989-90)
54. Banks* own and domestic customers' claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States (1989-90)
55. Banks' own claims on unaffiliated foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States (1989-90)
56. Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies, reported by banks
in the United States (1989-90)
57. Foreign official assets held at Federal Reserve Banks
58. Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign transactions during period
59. Foreign transactions in securities (1989-90)
60. Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States (1989-90)
61. Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States (1989-90)
62. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks
63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, December 31
64. Claims on foreign countries held by U.S. offices and foreign branches of U.S.-chartered banks (1989-90)
65. Discount rates of foreign central banks
66. Foreign short-term interest rates
67. Index of weighted-average exchange value of U.S. dollar
68. Foreign exchange rates

75
76
77
78
80
81
82
82
83
83
85
86
88
90
91
91
91
92
93
95
,

96
97
99
Ill
112
112
112
113

Part 2-Special Tables
69.
70.
71.
72.

Statement of condition of each Federal Reserve Bank
Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks
Banks and branches—Number in operation, by state
Changes in number of banking offices in the United States
A, Head offices
B. Branches and additional offices




117
118
120
122
122

Contents—continued

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities
A. Domestic offices
B. Domestic and foreign offices
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices
74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by ten largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state
75. Selected assets and liabilities of minority-owned banks in the United States, by size of bank assets
76. Financial assets of pension funds
A. Totals for private and public funds
B. Types of assets held by private noninsured funds
C. Types of assets held by state and local government funds
77. Securities credit reported by nonbank lenders subject to margin regulations, June 30, 1990
78. Detailed debit and credit balances at brokers carrying margin accounts, June 30,1990

123
131
143
151
162
163
163
163
163
164

Part 3 - Notes to Tables
Notes to regular tables
Notes to special tables

167
178

Part 4 - Index to Tables
Index to tables




183

Part 1 -Regular Tables




1. Reserves, money stock, liquid assets, and debt measures, 1990
A. Quarterly changes
Percent annual rate of change, seasonally adjusted1

1987
Item

Ql

Q2

1988

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

1
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions'
Total
Required
Nonborrowed
Monetary base3

17.5
17.3
20.1
10.3

5.9
6.2
2.6
7.0

-5.4
=4.0
=3.9
4.8

1.8
.5
1.6
8.5

1.2
.4
-1.4
7.4

6.0
7.7
-9.8
7.8

4.2
3.8
1.9
6.9

-.8
-1.6
7.0
5,3

5
6
7
8
9

Concepts of money, liquid assets, and debt4
Ml
M2
M3
L
Debt

13.0
6.2
6.5
6.3
9.9

7.4
2.8
4.7
3.8
9.3

.5
3.3
5.2
5.1
9.1

3.9
4.4
6.4
6.7
9.3

3.1
6.3
6.8
6.7
7.8

7.7
7.8
7.6
8.5
9.7

4.9
3.1
5.3
6.9
9.4

.0
3.2
5.1
5.9
8.6

3.9
7.5

1.2
12.4

4.4
12.6

4.6
14.2

7.4
8.6

7.8
6.9

2.4
13.8

4.0
12.0

12
13
14
15

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
Savings
Money market deposit accounts
Small-denomination time 7
Large-denomination time8

35.3
1.7
-6.0
10.5

22.5
-5.1
-4.1
16.3

9.1
-6.7
9.1
7.2

.0
-8.8
16.5
11.9

6.8
-.3
13.9
6.4

12.6
3.5
10.5
6.7

7.8
-2.6
12.2
20.3

2.4
-7.3
20.4
15.4

16
17
18
19

Thrift institutions
Savings
Money market deposit accounts
Small-denomination time7
Large-denomination time 8

25.6
.3
-4.3
-9.9

20.9
=9.2
.1
=5.8

6.8
-18.2
10.7
12.4

-3.6
-21.6
16.7
21.7

=3.2
-14.6
21.5
15.0

4.0
-2.5
11.2
7.1

.1
-9.5
4.6
6.0

-4.8
-18.0
8.2
8.9

Money market mutual funds
20 General purpose and broker-dealer
21 Institution-only

2.8
-8.3

1.8
.6

7.7
6.7

11.0
13.1

16.0
32.1

6.8
-17.8

-.7
-20.6

8.5
5.9

10.0
9.9

8.8
9.4

8.1
9.5

7.8
9.7

6.7
8.1

8.1
10.1

8.0
9.8

8.2
8.8

Nontransaction components
10 M25
11 M3 only 6

Debt components
22 Federal
23 Nonfederal

1989

1990

Q4

Q4

Ql

Q2

-1.9
3.7
4.7

= 8.6
-7.5
-10.5
2.6

.6
.4
10.9
3.2

8.4
8.3
11.2
4.8

5.0
5.2
-3.0
9.0

.2
.9
.7
7.9

-.5
-.5
3.8
9.1

3.9
1.7
7.8
9.9

2.4
3.8
5.4
7.4

-4.1
2.2
3.2
5.1
8.2

1.5
6.8
4.1
4.6
7.1

5.0
7.2
2.9
4.0
7.3

5.2
6.2
2.9
2.8
6.4

4.2
3.9
1.3
.9
7.1

3.7
3.0
1.6
1.9
7.1

3.4
2.0
.9
1.7
5.5

3.2
8.8

4.3
7.0

8.6
-5.3

7.9
-12.6

6.5
-9.7

3.8
-9.1

2.7
-3.8

1.5
-3.5

9.6
10.4
7.8
-.8

4.1
9.6
12.7
-2.9

5.9
8.2
15.5
-2.2

5.2
3.5
11.5
-8.5

-3.3
-7.7

Q3

Ql

Q2

Q3

2

1
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions
Total
".
Required
Nonborrowed
Monetary base3

5
6
7
8
9

Concepts of money, liquid assets, and debt4
Ml
M2
M3
L
Debt

Nontransaction
10 M25
11 M3 only 6

-1.7

components

12
13
14
15

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
Savings
Money market deposit accounts
Small-denomination time7
Large-denomination time8

-5,6
-11.2
24.4
15.9

-10.9
-11.2
25.7
15.1

-.1
5.2
11.7
3.6

5.7
13.7
11.7
4.5

16
17
18
19

Thrift institutions
Savings
Money market deposit accounts
Small-denomination time 7 . . . . .
Large-denomination time 8

-8.5
-22.8
5.8
2.0

-16.4

-5.3
-5.6
9.1
-7.9

1.6

1.7

-30.0
10.9
5.5

3.6
-2.9
-23.7

2.7
-3.2
-23.0

2.2
.4
-7.4
-28.7

16.8
-.9

26.9
27.6

36.5
36.5

28.7
2.1

18.1
9.1

4.7
14.8

10.0
21.6

9.8
30.4

6.3
7.7

6.3
8.7

6.2
7.4

10.4
6.4

6.8
6.3

9.7
6.3

14.4
4.8

11.6
3.7

Money market mautual funds
20 General purpose and broker-dealer
21 Institution-only
Debt components
22 Federal
23 Nonfederal . . . .




-11.0

= 27.3

-7.3
-7,2
-8.6
-26.3

1. Reserves, money stock, liquid assets, and debt measures, 1990—Continued
B. Monthly changes
Percent annual rate of change, seasonally adjusted'
Item

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

May

June

July

23
14
15 3
86

-6 0
-7 8
14
5.7

-1.7
31
10.0
7.6

-6.5
-8 8
=35
7.0

85
85
43
12.7

7.2
63
15.1
13.8

-7 9
-6 5
-2 6
8.7

7.6
51
12.2
6.5

21,4
36
19.1
9.0

54
54
1.2
29
8.8

45
38
1.6
14
6.9

-3
11
.0
-4 2
5.2

59
2.9
.9
4.8
6.9

-1 2
I 8
.0
9
7.1

86
51
4.1
19
8.1

78
4.4
1.7
5.2
6.4

-9
10
.1
i
4.3

31
-.3
-.1
1.2
5.8

31
1.5
.8
1.4
4.2

43
7.7
54
-62 -13 9 -15 5

35
-7 1

1.5
=4 3

1.8
-7 1

2.7
-2 1

40
2

3.2
-9 7

1.6
-3 8

-1.4
5

1.0
= 18

11.4
95
9.2
-2 1

12
11 6
82
-1 2

2.5
56
19.8
21

8.1
11.5
22,6
.6

7,4
7 I
16.6
30

3.7
6.7
4.3
4.5
1 9
94
9.4
6.9
18.0
-8 7 -14.9 -12 6

3.6
2.2
2.9
1.9

7.3
3.2
17.5
-4.0

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

Aug.

Sept.

2

\
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions
Total
Required
Nonborrowed . . .
Monetary base3

5
6
7
8
9

Concepts of money, liquid assets, and debt4
Ml
M2
M3
L
Debt

Nontransaction components
10 M2S
1J M3 only6

12
13
14
15

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
Savings
Money market deposit accounts .
Small -denomination time7
Large-denomination time^

16
17
18
19

Thrift institutions
Savings
.
Money market deposit accounts
Small-denomination time'
Large-denomination time** . . . .

Money market mutual funds
20 General purpose and broker-dealer
21 Institution-only . .
Debt components
22 Federal
23 Nonfederal




55
25
16
1
63
49
-1 9 -200 -15 8
9.3
8.4
10.2
27
39
1.8
13
5.3
..

...

. . .

. ..

12.1
78
3.2
-2 4

86
79
3.5
19
7.7

4.4
94
8.5
-3 6

-4.4
5.0
.0
4 9 -2.7
-5.5
5.0
-1.7
-3.9
9 -5 3 -15,2 -9.0
.9
9.0
-2 7
-3 6
90
-1 6 = 7 4 -1 2 -3 0 -15 0 -18 8 = 114 = 3 7 -5 6
-200 -33.2 -34 2 -25 6 -31 9 -22.7 -33.4 -26 4 -21.6

-10.6 -5.6
=-8.5
- 1 1 9 -5.5 -16.7
= 15 3 -2 1 = 13 0
= 24.7 -29.9 -39.3

18.4
71

21.9
105

6.3
20 9

41
194

-6.2
79

8,1
56

6.2
18 9

24.1
45 9

12.5
23.2

8.1
35.1

1.1
9.0

12.3
51.8

41
57

83
7.5

12 8
7.6

75
67

75
4.6

14 9
45

13 9
5.1

18 9
4.7

11 0
5.0

58
3.8

16 2
2.5

12 9
1.5

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1990
A. Monthly averages
Millions of dollars

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

269,857

265,438

268,483

272,853

273,073

278,190

U.S. Treasury securities
2 Bought outright
3 Held under repurchase agreements

221,432
985

217,811

219,148

223,445

224,344

228,752

0

306

361

185

930

Federal agency obligations
4 Bought outright
5 Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances

6,525
119
0

6,525

6,524

6,504

6,446

6,446

0
0

80
0

156
0

156
0

294
0

341
44
27

75
61
1,738

78
83
1,982

119
1,424

205
248
852

237
313
339

Factor
SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
1

Loans to depository institutions
1 Adjustment
8 Seasonal
9 Extended
10
11
12
13
14

Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding 2

978
39,406
11,059
8,518
19,650

887

431

659

720

486

38,341
11,059

39,852
11,059

40,073
11,060

39,917
11,063

40,394
11,065

8,518

8,518

8,518

8,518

8,518

19,724

19,802

19,878

19,949

20,016

256,669
468

254,967

256,791

260,024

262,394

265,776

524

549

572

582

Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury
Foreign
Service-related balances and adjustments
Other

6,302
255
2,075
364

6,133
218
1,906
398

5,349

4,351
230
1,905
316

5,054

5,078

215
2,161
339

214
334

250
2,010
289

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks 3

8,928
34,023

8,973
31,646

8,997
33,486

9,033
35,903

9,468
32,529

9,788
34,016

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings

17
18
19
20

t

2,038

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

279,684

2091
8,6

2596
8,6

2490
8,2

288,202

291,223

U.S. Treasury securities*
2 Bought outright
3 Held under repurchase agreements

230,592
1,055

231,366

233,704
2,797

234,588

238,788
2,405

239,499

Federal agency obligations
4 Bought outright
5 Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances

6,437
387
0

6,408

6,377

6,366

6,343

6,342

551
0

930
0

284
0

163
0

121
0

96
275
389

318
433
134

240
419
5

62
331
18

43
163
25

212
78
23

674
39,780
11,065
8,518
20,093

566

752

704

482

39,045
11,064

40,742
11,064

8,518

8,518

20,145

20,198

41,517
11,061
8,566
20,254

39,791
11,060
10,018
20,321

40,077
11,058
10,018
20,368

268,968
568

270,536

272,891

274,662

278,216

283,000

544

525

529

552

552

5,408
243
2,022
243

5,415
265
1,873
236

6,358

5,544

5,543

5,809

258
2,017
279

250
2,024

2,078

309

250
1,948
240

9,905
33,513

9,375
32,108

9,380
33,472

Loans to depository institutions
1 Adjustment
8 Seasonal
9 Extended
10
11
12
13
14

Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding2

,.
.
.

2,139

1,050

3,144

1,727

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings

17
18
19
20

Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury
Foreign
Service-related balances and adjustments
Other

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3




,.

.

9,176
32,731

9,219
32,600

251
226

9,170
31,582

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1990—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures
Millions of dollars, week ending Wednesday

Jan. 3

Jan. 10

Jan. 17

Jan. 24

Jan. 31

Feb. 7

Feb. 14

Feb. 21

Feb. 28

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding . .

276,395

274,209

269,192

267,901

265,235

262,966

263,407

264,181

265,438

U.S. Treasury securities*
2 Bought outright
3 Held under repurchase agreements

225,276
3,370

224,145
2,555

222,410
0

220,558
0

217,228
0

214,337
0

214,895
0

216,140
0

217,811
0

Federal agency obligations
4 Bought outright
5 Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances

6 525
639
0

6 525
285
0

6 525
0
0

6 525
0
0

6 525
0
0

6 525
0
0

6 525
0
0

6 525
0
0

6 525
0
0

426

98

158

305

763

815

996

1,600

75

77
20

39
18

39
22

42
32

50
38

37
28

40
36

59
229

1 ,738

1,095
38 966
1 1 ,059
8,518
19,620

1,405
39 139
1 1 ,059
8,518
19,630

814
39 224
11 059
8,518
19,640

960
39 480
11 059
8,518
19,645

652
39 981
1 1 ,059
8,518
19,655

1,053
40 172
1 1 ,059
8,518
19,669

617
40 299
1 1 ,059
8,518
19,683

1,622
39 006
1 1 ,059
8,518
19,710

887
38 341
1 1 ,059
8,518
19,724

260,573

259 135

257 350

255 231

253 232

253 650

254,651

254,967

463

468

472

476

485

495

255,230

450

495

498

5,416

4,108

5,930

9,550

6,106

6,446

4,783

6,133

Factor
SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS

Loans to depository institutions
7 Adjustment
8 Seasonal
9 Extended
10
11
12
13
14

Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding 2

61

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury
Foreign
Service-related balances and adjustments
Other

6,283

454

246

248

217

255

190

213

236

218

1,998
1 004

2,210

2,094

2,125

1,882

2,334

2,035

2,024

1,906

164

227

209

625

326

234

343

398

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks 3

8 488
36,342

8 872
36,910

8 949
34,965

9021
33,918

9 Oil
29,436

8 867
30,254

8 829
29,762

8 985
31,372

8,973
31,646

Mar. 7

Mar. 14

Mar. 21

Mar. 28

Apr. 4

Apr. 11

Apr. 18

Apr. 25

May 2

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

268,648

268,385

268,634

268,005

269,422

272,978

275,557

272,437

272,424

U.S. Treasury securities^
2 Bought outright
.
3 Held under repurchase agreements

220,466

219 198

218 977

2 1 8 070

219 527

224003

223,996

0

332

0

610

0

223 679
1,346

224 307

615

0

0

Federal agency obligations
4 Bought outright
5 Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances

6,524

6 524

0
0

6 524

6 524

64
0
56
59

17
18
19
20

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS

Loans to depository institutions
7 Adjustment
8 Seasonal
.
9 Extended
10
11
12
13
14

6 524

6 492

0
0

6446

218
0

596
0

0
0

0
0

9
65

207
85

45
96

148
96

23
93

190
106

96
135

101
181

2,056

1,934

2,023

1,906

1,898

1,454

1 ,090

707

453
38,468
1 1 ,059
8,518
19 773

717
39,815
1 1 ,060
8,518
19 790

539
39 892
1 1 ,059
8,518
19 806

144
41 104
1 1 ,059
8,518
19 823

523
39 869
1 1 ,060
8,518
19 839

603
39,833
1 1 ,060
8,518
19 858

1,579
40.083
1 1 ,060
8,518
19 877

94
40,224
1 1 ,060
8,518
19 896

377
40,615
1 1 ,060
8,518
19,915

255,653
513

Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
.
Gold stock
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding 2

6 524

0
0

1,944

. . . .

6 524

144
0

256,944
519

257,133
525

257,026
532

258,098
540

259,944
542

260,952
543

260,313
557

259,956
561

6,193
211
2,520

4,928
188
2,115

5,001
221
1 819

5,506
217
2 206

4,455
269
2 119

4,745
224
1,853

4,981
216
1,989

4,022
219
2,021

4,543
230
2,344

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings

17
18
19
20

Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury
Foreign
Service-related balances and adjustments
Other

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3




..

323

266

392

389

295

253

258

326

437

8,760
33,825

9,005
33,788

9,180
33,746

9,172
32,358

8,567
34,496

8,787
36,064

9,285
36,789

9,162
35,291

9,377
34,470

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1990—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures—Continued
Millions of dollars, week ending Wednesday

May 9

May 16

May 23

May 30

June 6

June 13

June 20

June 27

July 4

273,138

Factor

274,097

271 336

273 318

277 000

280 152

276 801

277 894

279 630

224 57 1

224,357

SUPPLYHMG RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
4

U.S. Treasury securities
2 Bought outright , . . .
3 Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4 Bought outright . . .
5 Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances

....

223 075

o

224 942

o

227 394
1 434

227 798
2 550

228 982

o

229 576

231 276

819

6 446

6 446

6 446

6 446

6 446

907

o

o
o

6 446

352
0
160
282
602

740
281
516

34
164
312

o

0

....

6 446

6,446

6 446

0

691
0

o

....

0

0
0

67
220
582

98
221
763

62
265

634
290

1 036

1 159

576

601

432

299

579

494

542

877

40,677
1 1 060
8,518
19,929

40,099
11 061
8,518
19,943

1 237
39 214
11 065
8,518
19,957

39 416
11 065
8,518
19,971

40,031
11 065
8,518
19,991

40 334
11 065
8,518
20,005

40 369
11 065
8,518
20,019

40 707
11 065
8,518
20,033

40,445
11 065
8,518
20,065

261,281

262,218

573

262 427

263 790

265 907

267 760

582

265 822

265 474

572

577

265 326

570

586

582

578

579

4 841

5 037

5 274

4 562

5 185

4 574

5 003

5 364

5 580

Loans to depository institutions
1 Adjustment
8 Seasonal
9 Extended .
10
11
12
13
14

o

Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding 2

....

o

o
0

o
o

74
245
202

62
368
157

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings

. . .

Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments
2 0 Other
. . . .

197

213

215

268

217

233

266

287

2,018
264

2,031
269

1,992
575

2,242
282

1,910
230

2,037
302

1,956
328

1,847
278

9 558
33 958

9 497
33 794

9 327
30 764

9 386
31 774

10 010
32 679

10 231
36 084

9 553
32 870

9 625
33 918

9 136
33 810

July 1 1

July 18

July 25

Aug. 1

Aug. 8

Aug. 15

Aug. 22

Aug. 29

Sept. 5

282,799

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
....
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks5

220

1.994
244

279,344

278,784

277,506

281,579

280,153

281 ,890

280,338

284,951

229 944
3,230

230 347

230 736

231 172

729

0

232 027
1,509

232 406

711

423

230 140
4,416

230 240
2 706

233 529
3,090

6 446
1,237

6,446

6 433

6 414

6 414

6 414

6 398

240
0

237

o

0
0

6,414

o

426

238

714

894
0

6,377
1 095

19
206
350

35
249
380

242
347
411

89
434
390

32
423
448

160
425
70

1 148

55
445
10

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. Treasury securities*
2 Bought outright
3 Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency obligations
4 Bought outright
5 Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7 Adjustment
8 Seasonal
9 Extended
10
11
12
13
14

Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock .
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding2

I

...

..

...

o

o

o

438
6

o

347
415
5

914
....

426

819

138

120

846

153

40 511
11 065
8 518
20,091

38 829
11 065
8 518
20, 105

38 869
11 064
8 518
20,118

1 056
39 245
11 064
8 518
20,128

407

40 453
11 065
8 518
20,078

39 610
1 1 064
8 518
20,139

38 495
11 064
8 518
20,150

38 745
11 064
8 518
20,160

39 942
11 065
8 518
20, 171

270 024

269 522

268 479

268 180

270 622

270 754

273 093

559

550

270 835

573

555

269 566

577

546

545

536

534

5 973

5 108

5 082

5 328

5 288

5 368

251

217

5 763

221
2 016

2 138

2 000

229

238

9,136
32,213

9.136
32,589

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings

17
18
19
20

Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury
Foreign
Service-related balances and adjustments
Other

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks 3




262
2 022

199
9,302
34,102

5 501

5 219

242

355

239

280

2 017

1 968

2 132

1 955

1 953

308

188

212

266

278

229

9,207
31,410

9,624
33,345

9,044
31,952

8,990
32,998

9,027
32,074

10,339
32,907

236

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1990—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures—Continued
Millions of dollars, week ending Wednesday
Sept. 12

Sept. 19

Sept. 26

Oct. 3

Oct. 10

Oct. 17

Oct. 24

Oct. 31

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

287,432

287,090

283,761

285,290

286,452

284,709

283,846

284,370

U.S. Treasury securities*
2 Bought outright
3 Held under repurchase agreements

232,933
4 443

233,687
3 427

234,214
1 015

234,131
1 341

234 890
2 289

234,224
1 451

234,623

234,880

Federal agency obligations
4 Bought outright
.
5 Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances .

6 377
1 236

6 377
1 394

6,377

6,377

6 377

6,377

6,362

6.343

0

0

318
0

456
0

549
0

165
0

0
0

0
0

29
398
4

552
422
5

73
440
9

95
408
8

42
357
11

44
333
15

27
118
20

104
295
31

1 477
40,535
11 064
8 518
20 185

393

320

40,833
11 064
8 518
20 199

40,996
11 063
8 518
20 213

1 294
41,182
1 1 ,063
8 518
20,223

274 085

272,940

271,913

528

519

519

Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury . . .
Foreign
Service- related balances and adjustments
Other . . .

4 690

7 570

252

247

2026

1 911

245

287

295

331

240

259

225

524

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3

10 544
34 831

9 594
33 803

9 310
32 442

9 597
32,356

9 552
34 759

9 332
30 936

9 162
31,812

9 346
30,940

Nov. 7

Nov. 14

Nov. 21

Nov. 28

Dec. 5

Dec. 12

Dec. 19

Dec. 26

1 Reserve bank credit outstanding

288,154

287,417

287,829

288,500

291 863

289 049

286,446

291,339

U.S. Treasury securities*
2 Bought outright
3 Held under repurchase agreements

238 926
1,274

238 618
784

238 323
3,719

238 368
3,799

241 823
2,381

241 660
648

239 302
0

238 901
3,587

Federal agency obligations
4 Bought outright
5 Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances

6 343
121
0

6 343
121
0

6 343
146

6 343
232

o

6 342
341
0

6 342
3
0

6 342
0

o

6 342
9
0

40
212
24

86
177
25

7
147
24

51
133
25

15
97
25

23
76
24

52
81
22

754
76
22

380
458
059
018
348

606

39 777
11 058
10018
20 358

041
058
018
368

1 267
40,381
11,058
10018
20 378

282,470

284,928

551

553

5,406

6,810

Factor
SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS

Loans to depository institutions
7 Adjustment . .
8 Seasonal
9 Extended . . .
10
11
12
13
14

Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock . .
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding 2

o

0

652

580

914

665

285
062
518
237

41,320
11 062
8 518
20 251

41,582
11 061
8 518
20 265

42,052
1 1 ,060
8 732
20,279

272,344

274 601

275,467

274,829

274,533

526

526

525

530

536

6 666

7 701

4461

5 505

4 931

6,274

208

298

257

241

255

249

2 203

1 942

1 872

2 274

1,945

2,039

41
11
8
20

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings

17
18
19
20

.

..

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS

Loans to depository institutions
1 Adjustment . .
8 Seasonal
9 Extended
10
11
12
13
14

Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock . .
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding 2
.

654

..

40
11
10
20

560
060
018
302

o

502
40
11
10
20

762
060
018
314

496

365

328

757
059
018
325

39,221
11 059
10 018
20 337

278,922

280,094

279 855

281,153

556

555

548

551

5,375

4,894

5 651

4 148

229

213

245

230

234

236

1 929

1 960

1 935

2 007

2 202

1,981

254

238

222

224

246

201

9 014
32 952

9,228
32 732

9 488
35 345

9 412
32 759

8 947
27 833

9,093
28,990

38
11
10
20

1
39
11
10
20

40
11
10
20

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings

275,712

277,697

548

551

Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury
Foreign
Service-related balances and adjustments
Other

6 519

5 471

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks 3

17
18
19
20




245

313

2 019

1 884

245

227

10 164
34081

9 103
33 562

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1990—Continued
C. Wednesday figures
Millions of dollars

Jan. 3

Jan. 10

Jan. 17

Jan. 24

Jan. 31

Feb. 7

Feb. 14

Feb. 21

Feb. 28

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

277,334

274,917

271,289

269,550

265,926

262,399

263,771

265,705

265,805

U,S, Treasury securities^
2 Bought outright
....
3 Held under repurchase agreements

223,744
5,123

223 666
3,394

221,748
0

221 961
0

218 392
0

2 1 2 469
0

215 312
0

215 814
0

219 132
0

Federal agency obligations
4 Bought outright
5 Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances

6,525
785
0

6 525
592
0

6 525
0
0

6 525
0
0

6 525
0

6 525
0

6 525
0

o

6 525
0
0

6 525
0

100
47
19

102
38
18

81
40
26

565
42
33

656
42
35

1 670
35
28

947
37
42

2 488
59
1,332

57
59
1,662

2,034
38,956
1 1 ,059
8,518
19,620

888
39 694
1 1 ,059
8 518
19,630

3,649
39 222
1 1 ,059
8 518
19,640

768
39 656
1 1 ,059
8 518
19,645

216
40 061
11 059
8 518
16 655

1 504
40 168
11 059
8 518
19.669

472
40 436
11 059
8 518
19 683

1,505
37 981
1 1 ,059
8 518
19,710

266
38,103
1 1 ,059
8 518
19,724

260 60 1
450

258 319
467

256 749
471

254 251
475

253 123
479

254 248
495

254 957
495

255 495
495

255 186
504

Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury
Foreign
Service-related balances and adjustments
Other

7,203
282
1,998
172

4 509
216
2,230
145

6,948
273
2,094
257

6 044
188
2,125
206

13 153
251
1,882
357

6 411
203
2,334
242

5 654
180
2,035
218

5,310
224
2,024
302

6,613
309
1,906
409

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital 3
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks

8,654
37,170

8,859
39,399

8,692
35,022

8,824
36,658

8,884
27 029

8,621
29,090

8,478
31,013

8,782
32,358

8,449
31,729

Mar. 7

Mar. 14

Mar. 21

Mar. 28

Apr. 4

Apr. 11

Apr. 18

Apr. 25

May 2

272,327

267,957

272,413

269,356

269,286

272,256

279,425

271,245

273,449

U.S. Treasury securities
2 Bought outright
3 Held under repurchase agreements

219 271
4,303

2 1 8 669
0

2 1 8 448
2,324

220 529
0

220 700
0

223 271
0

224 073
4,957

223 944
0

224,207
0

Federal agency obligations
4 Bought outright .
5 Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances

6,524
448
0

6 524
0
0

6,524
1 009
0

6 524
0
0

6 524

6 524

0

o

0

6 524
2 191
0

6,446
0
0

6,446
0
0

Loans to depository institutions
7 Adjustment
8 Seasonal
9 Extended

174
63
1 550

11
69
1 889

1 335
92
1 784

30
94
1 771

18
96
1 623

13
94
1 609

1 094
119
24

113
145
183

84
215
233

1 212
38,781
1 1 ,059
8,518
19 773

898
39,897
1 1 ,060
8 518
19 790

717
40,180
1 1 ,059
8,518
19 806

— 146
40,554
1 1 ,059
8 518
19 823

719
39,607
11 060
8 518
19 839

686
40,059
11 060
8 518
19 858

276
40,167
1 1 060
8 518
19 877

-24
40,437
1 1 ,060
8,518
19 896

1,368
40,896
1 1 ,060
8,518
19,915

258,994
541

260 689
552

260 892
557

259 961
561

256 322
519

257 298
524

257 129
531

257,372
540

260,592
561

Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury
Foreign
Service-related balances and adjustments
Other

4 138
210
2,119
269

4 310
249
1 853
234

5 208
171
1,989
265

4 125
266
2 021
714

5 745
220
2 520
288

4 747
179
2 115
257

5 816
196
1 819
292

6 218
285
2,206
397

8,230
221
2,344
274

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital 3
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks

8,409
34,025

8,912
34,892

9,141
40,657

8,948
34,124

8,886
37,176

8,673
33,530

8,987
37,026

8,979
32,758

9,382
31,339

Factor
SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS

Loans to depository institutions
1 Adjustment . . . .
.
8 Seasonal
9 Extended
10
11
12
13
14

Float
Other Federal Reserve assets .
Gold stock
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding 2

o

o

o

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings

17
18
19
20

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2

10
11
12
13
14

Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding 2

o

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings

17
18
19
20




2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1990—Continued
C. Wednesday figures—Continued
Millions of dollars
May 9

May 16

May 23

May 30

June 6

June 13

June 20

June 27

July 4

272,972

275,253

271,714

272,240

278,796

283,457

276,723

279,926

280,080

224 110
0

223 872
3,013

224 092
0

224 463
0

227 329
2,308

227 857
1,032

229 101
0

230 978
0

231,299
0

6,446
0
0

6446
2,077
0

6 446

6 446

0
0

6446
702
0

6446
1,053
0

6446
0
0

6,446
0
0

6 446

0
0

94
214
312

36
230
716

64
900
274

75
291

16
211
302

5 080

1 009

48
171
332

84
356
168

81
137
363

874
40,922
11 060
8,518
19929

953
37,908
11 062
8,518
19 943

662
39,277
11 065
8,518
19 957

1 130
40 285
11 065
8,518
19 991

189

39 514
11 065
8,518
19 971

436
065
518
019

1 052
40,842
11 065
8,518
20033

1 582
40,172
1 1 065
8,518
20 065

261,989
573

262 573

262 855

264 828

265 544

266 135

265 737

266 080

572

575

581

586

583

578

580

269,139
579

Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury
Foreign
Service-related balances and adjustments
Other

6 172

3 817

5 740

4 420

4 780

5 291

5 944

5 915

5 989

186

215

200

207

223

224

189

239

1 994

2 018

2 031

1 992

2 242

1 910

1 956

1 847

232

318

214

377

241

224

223
2037
242

314

224

2t Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital 3
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks

9,115
32,219

9,203
36,059

9,209
30,430

9,206
30,183

9,827
34,926

9,652
39,027

9,365
32,198

9,409
35,099

9,116
32,595

July 1 1

July 18

July 25

Aug. 1

Aug. 8

Aug. 15

Aug. 22

Aug. 29

Sept. 5

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

284,245

277,202

280,154

278,239

284,776

279,970

284 227

281,237

292,464

U.S. Treasury securities*
2 Bought outright
3 Held under repurchase agreements

230 280
3,972

229 255

229 43 1
1,833

232 207

0

0

233 686
2,205

230 477
2,960

230 092

230 314
3,206

233 318
7,063

6,446
1 774

6,446

6414

6414

6414

6414
1 667

6 414

936

186

6,377
823
0

6,177
1 793

43
219

2,152
399

368

Factor
SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
U.S. Treasury securities*
2 Bought outright
3 Held under repurchase agreements

. ....

Federal agency obligations
4 Bought outright
5 Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7 Adjustment
8 Seasonal
.
9 Extended
10
11
12
13
14

Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding 2

441

295
272
685
40
11
8
20

736
065
518
005

40
11
8
20

0
0

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings

17
18
19
20

!

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS

Federal agency obligations
4 Bought outright . .
5 Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances

o

Loans to depository institutions
1 Adjustment
8 Seasonal
9 Extended
10
11
12
13
14

Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding 2

o

693

539

0

22
242

1,515
389

23
437

116
422

819
426

425

400

469

4

7,257
447
7

71
448

387

13

3

747

0

o

o

o

o

o

o

941

407
.

..

539

858

40 739
1 1 ,065
8 518
20,078

40 312
1 1 ,065
8 518
20,091

38 750
11,064
8 518
20,105

- 172
38 931
1 1 ,064
8 518
20,118

1 145
39 384
11 064
8 518
20,128

-857
38 060
11 064
8 518
20,139

38 384
11 064
8 518
20, 1 50

1 199
38 787
1 1 ,065
8 518
20,160

40 198
1 1 ,065
8 518
20,171

270,131
575

269 248

268 287

268 755

270 235

270 693

271 684

274 319

557

549

271 035

559

546

546

537

530

533

4 669

5 156

5 912

5 940

5 341

5 659

6 130

8 238

190

228

246

217

246

228

2,016

2,138

2,017

1 968

2 132

1,955

1,953

193

474

206
2,000
239

215

5 438

276
2,022
212

183

276

233

276

241

9,128
36,893

8,823
30,690

8,916
33,327

9,334
30,916

8,710
31,251

8,657
36,052

8,759
31,400

10,479
36,227

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings

17
18
19
20

Depostis, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury
. ..
Foreign
Service-related balances and adjustments
Other

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital 3
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks

10



8,903
37,046

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1990—Continued
C. Wednesday figures—Continued
Millions of dollars
Sept. 12

Sept. 19

Sept. 26

Oct. 3

Oct. 10

Oct. 17

Oct. 24

Oct. 31

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

284,054

292,300

285,241

288,919

286,837

285,482

281,627

288,586

U.S. Treasury securities*
2 Bought outright
3 Held under repurchase agreements

231,517
3,052

234,030
4,505

233,855
2,720

233,913
4,594

236,724
0

233,484
2,532

232,764
0

237,763
0

6,377
1,424
0

6,377
1,701
0

6,377
564
0

6,377
1,454
0

6,377
0
0

6,377
737
0

6,343
0
0

6,343
0
0

30
404
5

3,587
435
5

49
441
11

213
376
10

45
346
15

49
323
16

23
314
27

297
262
33

560
40,686
11,064
8,518
20,185

794
40,867
11,065
8,518
20,199

87
41,138
11,063
8,518
20,213

517
41,466
11,062
8,518
20,223

2,162
41,168
1 1 ,062
8,518
20,237

785
41,177
11,061
8,518
20,251

401
41,755
11,061
8,518
20,265

918
42,972
1 1 ,060
10,018
20,279

....

273,820
519

272,516
518

271,849
521

273,307
527

275,645
525

275,292
530

274,779
535

275,043
544

....

4,726
201
2,026
235

16,758
180
1,911
308

5,402
198
2,204
367

7,977
254
1,942
262

4,397
270
1,872
249

6,244
201
2,274
302

5,547
283
1,945
202

7,607
297
2,039
1,777

9,424
32,871

9,241
30,650

9,127
35,366

9,421
35,034

9,174
34,521

9,015
31,452

8,917
29,263

9,995
32,642

Nov. 7

Nov. 14

Nov. 21

Nov. 28

Dec. 5

Dec. 12

Dec. 19

Dec. 26

286,140

293,685

286,528

290,979

291,075

292,786

288,414

294,198

237,943
0

238,423
5,490

238,258
2,519

238,849
5,167

241,340
2,006

240,830
4,537

240,854
0

237,937
3,632

6,343
0
0

6,343
846
0

6,343
91
0

6,342
453
0

6,342
376
0

6,342
21
0

6,342
0
0

6,342
10
0

6
198
22

407
163
28

8
138
22

29
128
26

19
87
24

107
81
25

39
79
20

4,880
74
25

1,001
40,627
11,060
10,018
20,302

1,084
40,902
11,059
10,018
20,314

215
39,934
11,059
10,018
20,325

433
39,551
1 1 ,059
10,018
20,337

1,298
39,582
1 1 ,058
10,018
20,348

825
40,018
11,058
10,018
20,358

1,071
40,008
1 1 ,058
10,018
20,368

694
40,605
1 1 ,058
10,018
20,378

276,392
551

278,525
556

279,991
555

280,137
552

280,461
544

281,934
552

283,471
554

286,167
553

Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury
Foreign
Service-related balances and adjustments
Other

5,996
236
2,019
224

5,334
198
1,884
234

3,272
215
1,929
210

4,742
242
1,960
229

5,879
217
1,934
214

4,515
256
2,007
227

6,656
246
2,202
324

1 1 ,375
180
1,983
240

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3

8,902
33,200

8,818
39,526

8,832
32,925

9,082
35,448

9,276
33,976

8,910
35,819

8,610
27,796

8,826
26,330

Factor
SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS

Federal agency obligations
4 Bought outright
....
..
5 Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances
.

...
...

Loans to depository institutions
7 Adjustment .
....
8 Seasonal
9 Extended
10
11
12
13
14

. . .

....

Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding2
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings . .

17
18
19
20

. . . .

....

Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury
Foreign
Service-related balances and adjustments . . . .
Other

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3 . .

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding .

....

....

U.S. Treasury securities^
2 Bought outright
3 Held under repurchase agreements . .
Federal agency obligations
4 Bought outright
5 Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances
Loans to depository institutions
7 Adjustment
8 Seasonal . . .
....
.
9 Extended
10
11
12
13
14

Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock .
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding 2

....

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings

17
18
19
20




11

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1990—Continued
D. End-of-month figures
Millions of dollars
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

265,926

265,805

268,705

273,008

275,183

279,372

U.S. Treasury securities
2 Bought outright
3 Held under repurchase agreements

218,392
0

219,132
0

217,899
1,423

224,468
0

227,455
0

231,383
0

Federal agency obligations
4 Bought outright
5 Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances

6,525
0
0

6,525
0
0

6,524
510
0

646
,4
0
0

6,446
0
0

6,446
0
0

656
42
35

57
59
1,662

92
154
1,917

97
183
732

94
289
717

49
374
163

216
40,061
11,059
8,518
19,655

266
38,103
11,059
8,518
19,724

262
39,925
11,060
8,518
19,839

277
40,805
11,060
8,518
19,915

316
39,866
11,065
8,518
19,985

575
40,382
11,065
8,518
20,047

253,123
479

255,186
504

257,675
540

259,890
561

265,336
579

266,979
580

Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury
Foreign
Service-related balances and adjustments
Other

13,153
251
1,882
357

6,613
309
1,906
409

4,832
300
2,119
304

5,205
402
2,344
352

4,426
309
2,242
303

5,470
368
1,847
255

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3

8,8&4
27,029

8,449
31,729

8,455
33,897

9,866
33,881

9,928
31,628

9,012
34,490

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

279,364

284,445

284,364

288,586

291,580

301,882

U.S. Treasury securities*
2 Bought outright
3 Held under repurchase agreements

230,592
1,055

231,366
2,139

233,704
2,797

237,763
0

242,633
2,352

235,090
17,013

Federal agency obligations
4 Bought outright
5 Held under repurchase agreements
6 Acceptances

6,437
387
0

6,408
551
0

6,377
930
0

6,343
0
0

6.342
270
0

6,342
1,341
0

96
275
389

318
433
134

240
419
5

297
262
33

97
7
26

112
55
23

674
39,780
11,065
8,518
20,093

566
39,045
11,064
8,518
20,145

752
40,742
11,064
8,518
20,198

918
42,972
11,060
10,018
20,279

486
39,367
11,059
10,018
20,348

2,222
39,685
11,058
10,018
20,388

268,968
568

270,536
544

272,891
525

275,043
544

279,507
552

286,949
561

Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury
Foreign
Service-related balances and adjustments
Other

5,408
243
2,022
243

5,415
265
1,873
236

6,358
258
2,017
279

7,607
297
2,039
1,777

5,495
264
1,935
213

8,960
369
2,253
242

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3

9,176
32,731

9,219
32,600

9,905
33,513

9,995
32,642

9,515
35,525

8,147
35,866

Factor
SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
1

Loans to depository institutions
7 Adjustment
"
8 Seasonal
9 Extended
10
11
12
13
14

Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding 2
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings

17
18
19
20

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS

Loans to depositorv institutions
1 Adjustment
"
8 Seasonal
9 Extended
10
11
12
13
14

Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock
Special drawing rights certificate account
Treasury currency outstanding 2
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings

17
18
19
20

12



3. Reserves and borrowings of depository institutions, 1990
A. Monthly averages1
Millions of dollars

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

34.090
31,307
28 841
2467
62,931
61 914
1,016
440

30,929
32,501
29 693
2,808
60,623
59 634
989
1,448

33,407
29,587
27 251
2,336
60,658
59,797
861
2,124

35,409
29,284
27 103
2,181
62,512
61,615
897
1,628

32,771
29,814
27 461
2,354
60,232
59 269
962
1,335

33,878
29,636
27 318
2,318
61,197
60 423
774
881

32,946
30,459
27 996
2,462
60,943
60,081
862
757

32,448
30,842
28 280
2 562
60,728
59 860
868
927

33,303
30,625
28 149
2,476
61,452
60 544
909
624

32,127
31,515
28 925
2,590
61,052
60,206
847
410

33,382
3 1 ,086
28,663
2,423
62,045
61,099
947
230

30,237
31,777
28 884
2,893
59,120
57,456
1,665
326

47
26

51
535

78

122

1,950

1,403

244
875

311
346

389
280

430
127

418
6

335
18

162
24

76
23

Reserve classification
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

2

Reserve balances with Reserve Banks . . . .
Total vault cash3
. . .
Applied 4
Surplus5
.
Total reserves6 . . .
Required reserves
Excess reserve balances at Reserve Banks7 . .
Total borrowings at Reserve Banks
Seasonal borrowings
Extended credit 8

B. Weekly averages1
Millions of dollars
Reserve classification
1 Reserve balances with
Reserve Banks2
2 Total vault cash3
3
Applied 4
4
Surplus 5
5 Total reserves6
6 Required reserves
7 Excess reserve balances at
Reserve Banks7
8 Total borrowings at Reserve
Banks
9
Seasonal borrowings . . .
10 Extended credit8

Jan. 10 | Jan. 17 | Jan. 24 | Jan. 31 | Feb. 7 | Feb. 14 [ Feb. 21 [ Feb. 28 | Mar. 7 | Mar. 14 | Mar. 21 [ Mar. 28 | Apr. 4
36,627
30,729
28,335
2,395
64,961
63,844

34,423
30,281
28,045
2,236
62,468
61,627

34,423
30,281
28,045
2,236
62,468
61,627

29,799
34,188
31,156
3,032
60,955
59,735

29,799
34,188
31,156
3,032
60,955
59,735

30,597
32,796
29,956
2,840
60,553
59,585

30,597
32,796
29,956
2,840
60,553
59,585

32,724
30,225
27,706
2,519
60,430
59,633

32,724
30,225
27,706
2,519
60,430
59,633

33,730
29,267
27,004
2,263
60,734
59,997

33,730
29,267
27,004
2,263
60,734
59,997

1,117

841

841

1,220

1,220

968

968

797

797

737

33,433
29,589
27,278
2,311
60,711
59,633

33,433
29,589
27,278
2,311
60,711
59,633

737

1,078

1,078
2,157
96
1,965

300
41
27

300
41
27

865
44
33

865
44
33

1,480
50
133

1,480
50
133

1,967
60
1,841

1,967
60
1,841

2,179
75
1,995

2,179
75
1,995

Apr. 11
1 Reserve balances with
Reserve Banks2
2 Total vault cash3
3
Applied4
4
Surplus5
5 Total reserves6
6 Required reserves
7 Excess reserve balances at
Reserve Banks7
8 Total borrowings at Reserve
Banks
9
Seasonal borrowings . . .
10 Extended credit 8

339
58
19

2,157
96
1,965

Apr. 14

Apr. 25

May 2

May 9

May 16

May 23

May 30

June 6

June 13

June 20

June 27

July 4

36,421
28,932
26,920
2,012
63,341
62,675

36,421
28,932
26,920
2,012
63,341
62,675

34,887
29,593
27,259
2,335
62,145
61,040

34,887
29,593
27,259
2,335
62,145
61,040

33,855
28,867
26,730
2,138
60,584
59,657

33,855
28,867
26,730
2,138
60,584
59,657

31,269
30,852
28,268
2,584
59,537
58,526

31,269
30,852
28,268
2,584
59,537
58,526

34,385
28,992
26,803
2,19061,188
60,709

34,385
28,992
26,803
2,190
61,188
60,709

33,390
30,100
27,676
2,424
61,066
60,046

33,390
30,100
27,676
2,424
61,066
60,046

33,958
30,267
27,885
2,383
61,842
60,944

1,105

1,105

927

927

1,011

1,011

479

479

1,020

1,020

898

1,155
158
899

1,155
158
899

976
221
673

976
221
673

1,723
278
1,098

1,723
278
1 ,098

1,291
282
559

1,291
282
559

566
329
183

566
329
183

581
359
182

July 18

July 25

Aug. 1

Aug. 8

Aug. 15 Aug. 22 Aug. 29

Sept. 5

Sept. 12

Sept. 19

Sept. 26

Oct. 3

33,958
30,267
27,885
2,383
61,842
60,944

32,390
30,552
28,094
2,458
60,484
59,609

32,390
30,552
28,094
2,458
60,484
59,609

32,389
30,594
27,974
2,620
60,363
59,599

32,389
30,594
27,974
2,620
60,363
59,599

32,463
31,378
28,815
2,563
61,277
60,367

32,463
31,378
28,815
2,563
61,277
60,367

32,477
30,231
27,720
2,511
60,197
59,304

32,477
30,231
27,720
2,511
60,197
59,304

34,316
30,294
27,976
2,318
62,292
61,546

34,316
30,294
27,976
2,318
62,292
61,546

32,389
31,227
28,565
2,662
60,954
59,832

32,389
31,227
28,565
2,662
60,954
59,832

898

875

875

764

764

910

910

893

893

746

746

1,122

!,122

581
359
182

832
396
298

832
396
298

908
429
419

908
429
419

1,124
432
38

1,124
432
38

638
430
8

638
430
8

705
410
5

705
410
5

516
424
9

516
424
9

Oct. 10

1 Reserve balances with
Reserve Banks2
,.
Total vault cash3
Applied 4
Surplus 5
Total reserves6
Required reserves
Excess reserve balances at
Reserve Banks7
8 Total Borrowings at
Reserve Banks
9
Seasonal borrowings . . .
10
Extended credit8

665

1,882
100
1,676

July 1 1

2
3
4
5
6
7

665

1,882
100
1,676

Oct. 17

Oct. 24 Oct. 31

Nov. 7

Nov. 14 Nov. 21

Nov. 28

Dec. 5

Dec. 12

Dec. 19

Dec. 26

32,833
31,674
29,171
2,503
62,004
61,021

32,833
31,674
29,171
2,503
62,004
61,021

31,365
31,418
28,756
2,662
60,121
59,471

31,365
31,418
28,756
2,662
60,121
59,471

33,821
30,656
28,293
2,363
62,114
61,132

33,821
30,656
28,293
2,363
62,114
61,132

32,848
31,631
29,125
2,506
61,972
61,006

32,848
31,631
29,125
2,506
61,972
61 ,006

34,046
30,293
28,027
2,266
62,073
61,513

34,046
30,293
28,027
2,266
62,073
61,153

28,413
32,690
29,621
3,069
58,034
56,113

28,413
32,690
29,621
3,069
58,034
56,113

984
401
345
13

984
401
345
13

650
397
307
26

650
397
307
26

982
282
195
25

982
282
195
25

966
193
140
25

966
193
140
25

561
130
87
25

561
130
87
25

1,922
504
79
22

1,922
504
79
22

1 Reserve balances with Resen'e
Banks2
2 Total vault cash3
3 Applied 4
4
Surplus 5 .
. . .
5 Total reserves6
6 Required reserves
7 Excess reserve balances at Reserve
Banks7 .
8 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks . .
9
Seasonal borrowings
10 Extended credit8
..




13

4. Selected borrowings in immediately available funds of large commercial banks, 19901
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Week ending Monday
Maturity and source

Jan. 1

1
2

3
4

Federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements,
and other selected borrowing in immediately
available funds
From commercial banks in the United States
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
From other depository institutions, foreign banks
and foreign official institutions, and
U.S. government agencies
For one day or under continuing contract
....
For all other maturities

Jan. 8

Jan. 15

Jan. 22

Jan. 29

Feb. 5

Feb. 12

Feb. 19

Feb. 26

82,400
13,449

90,993
14,754

84,175
15,953

79,888
14,911

76,079
15,279

81,871
15,896

79,132
16,533

86,157
15,706

81,270
15,947

35,463
12,863

43,275
14,308

44,024
15,342

43,946
14,566

42,526
14,210

43,414
13,725

46,796
14,975

44,234
15,255

45,585
15,302

Repurchase agreements on U.S. government
and federal agency securities in immediately
available funds
Brokers and nonbank dealers in securities
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
All other customers
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities

10,450
19,787

10,832
20,014

11,694
21,047

12,514
21,506

13,346
22,545

13,920
24,083

14,443
24,078

14,542
23,341

15,280
22,952

32,703
12,086

35,801
11,005

34,756
11,336

34,711
11,778

35,816
1 1 ,935

34,559
11,943

32,502
12,972

34,949
12,914

35,078
13,259

MEMO: Federal funds loans and resale agreements
in immediately available funds in maturities
of one day or under continuing contract
9 To commercial banks in the United States
10 To all other specified customers2

40,822
13,348

42,864
12,916

38,172
13,935

39,879
14,611

39,006
13,365

41,521
14,262

39,512
14,034

44,456
15,227

42,576
15,225

Mar. 5

Mar. 12

Mar. 19

Mar. 26

Apr. 2

Apr. 9

Apr. 16

Apr. 23

Apr. 30

85,536
16,557

87,114
17,310

86,006
18,362

80,883
19,285

85,495
17,780

93,242
19,549

89,841
21,398

86,678
19,355

78,751
20,682

43,368
15,435

45,843
16,627

45,016
17,425

47,424
16,339

42,456
16,892

44,617
16,950

42,489
19,465

43,192
16,689

37,104
16,710

16,325
21,490

15,198
22,461

15,014
22,264

15,232
23,017

13,592
19,372

14,464
19,698

13,059
20,858

14,654
19,304

15,196
20,002

35,349
12.257

34,007
1 1 .642

34,308
11.220

32,531
12.485

32,184
11.780

31,902
1 1 .939

29,691
14.838

31,622
11.976

31,928
12.518

44,685
15,472

42,386
14,564

44,219
15,861

45,590
14,187

48,304
14,348

46,374
14,280

46,999
13,882

47,970
14,411

47,425
14,548

May 7

May 14

May 21

May 28

June 4

June 1 1

June 18

June 25

July 2

Federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements,
and other selected borrowing in immediately
available funds
From commercial banks in the United States
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
From other depository institutions, foreign banks
and foreign official institutions, and
U.S. government agencies
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities

81,480
20,669

79,568
20,218

79,515
20 129

77,536
20,342

85,370
19,320

88,423
19,611

89,746
20,886

82,230
19,696

81,821
19,108

37,896
16973

37,113
18,266

37,650
17 767

38,536
17,975

37,461
17,631

40,769
17,880

40,526
17,744

40,283
18,079

37,802
17,817

Repurchase agreements on U.S. government
and federal agency securities in immediately
available funds
Brokers and nonbank dealers in securities
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
All other customers
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities

15,504
20,252

15,722
19,812

16,796
19,975

16,358
21,871

16,140
22,726

15,826
23,032

15,503
22,680

14,906
22,843

14,628
22,243

31,590
11 922

31,489
12 674

32,431
12 589

32,122
13 425

33,730
13,268

32,116
14 134

32,368
13,970

33,801
14 216

31,673
13,904

47,763
15 054

44,681
13,617

44,931
13 760

47,108
12,428

51,453
15,290

46,410
13,594

53,606
14,592

50,805
14,420

54,413
13,275

5
6
7
8

1
2

3
4

5
6
7
8

Federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements,
and other selected borrowing in immediately
available funds
From commercial banks in the United States
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
From other depository institutions, foreign banks
and foreign official institutions, and
U.S. government agencies
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
..
Repurchase agreements on U.S. government
and federal agency securities in immediately
available funds
Brokers and nonbank dealers in securities
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
All other customers
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities

MEMO: Federal funds loans and resale agreements
in immediately available funds in maturities
of one day or under continuing contract
9 To commercial banks in the United States
10 To all other specified customers2

1
2

3
4

5
6
7
8

MEMO: Federal funds loans and resale agreements
in immediately available funds in maturities
of one day or under continuing contract
9 To commercial banks in the United States
10 To all other specified customers2

14



4. Selected borrowings in immediately available funds of large commercial banks, 19901—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Week ending Monday
Maturity and source
July 9

3
4

5
6
7
8

Repurchase agreements on U.S. government
and federal agency securities in immediately
available funds
Brokers and nonbank dealers in securities
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
AH other customers
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
..
...

MEMO: Federal funds loans and resale agreements
in immediately available funds in maturities
of one day or under continuing contract
9 To commercial banks in the United States
10 To all other specified customers2 .
...

1
2

3
4

5
6
7
8

Federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements,
and other selected borrowing in immediately
available funds
From commercial banks in the United States
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
From other depository institutions, foreign banks
and foreign official institutions,
and U.S. government agencies
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
Repurchase agreements on U.S. government
and federal agency securities in immediately
available funds
Brokers and nonbank dealers in securities
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
All other customers
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities

MEMO: Federal funds loans and resale agreements
in immediately available funds in maturities
of one day or under continuing contract
9 To commercial banks in the United States
10 To all other specified customers2
..

July 23

July 30

Aug. 6

Aug. 13

Aug. 20

Aug. 27

Sept. 3

90,429
19,277

87,995
19,177

80,096
21,076

78,977
19,475

85,815
18,703

85,471
19,018

89,157
18,548

83,422
18,833

86,969
18,934

41,511
18,014

42,844
17,842

40,689
19,236

38,210
18,615

40,043
18,163

41,493
17,421

39,866
17,617

39,941
17,250

36,932
17,845

16,010
21,610

17,627
22,295

16,785
24,214

16,488
24,450

17,406
25,189

17,771
26,203

18,476
25,164

17,044
26,352

18,639
25,311

33,258
13,697

32,566
13,564

33,282
13,860

32,150
14,752

32,588
14,266

29,340
14,512

31,246
13,522

31,210
14,649

32,537
14,612

52,215
12,696

49,915
12,696

50,188
13,278

50,090
12,576

52,042
16,229

51,601
16,660

54,464
17,025

48,351
15,970

51,883
16,310

Sept. 10

1
2

Federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements,
and other selected borrowing in immediately
available funds
From commercial banks in the United States
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
From other depository institutions, foreign banks
and foreign official institutions,
and U.S. government agencies
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities

July 16

Sept. 17

Sept. 24

Oct. 1

Oct. 8

Oct. 15

Oct. 22

Oct. 29

Nov. 5

94,616
17,192

90,743
17,138

79,784
16,686

81,429
15,219

90,981
15,376

86,606
17,561

78,305
18,933

75,526
20,036

82,874
19,286

39,080
18,099

38,752
18,390

37,479
17,694

32,394
18,313

36,441
19,050

37,361
19,576

34,698
19,784

34,674
20,107

38,560
20,656

16,370
23,288

14,524
23,912

16,336
22,462

15,586
19,495

19,495
20,207

18,854
21,599

16,492
22,747

16,691
23,144

15,620
22,952

32,690
13,833

32,037
13,415

31,088
12,863

29,375
12,829

31,139
12,111

32,559
11,822

31,762
12,352

30,612
13,140

30,586
13,663

52,564
17,741

51,384
17,243

46,590
17,230

48,994
14,618

50,017
15,420

47,434
15,690

45,415
16,937

47,012
16,937

49,816
18,655

Nov. 12

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8

Nov. 19

Nov. 26

Dec. 3

Dec. 10

Dec. 17

Dec. 24

Dec. 31

Federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements,
and other selected borrowing in immediately
available funds
From commercial banks in the United States
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
From other depository institutions, foreign banks and
foreign official institutions, and U.S. government agencies
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities

83,216
19,113

87,080
19,428

82,126
21,122

83,431
19,755

88,675
20,403

83,932
19,750

80,069
19,919

74,416
19,020

36,566
21,600

37,728
21,121

34,159
23,295

36,220
20,933

35,472
21,495

34,350
20,976

29,847
20,512

28,065
21,031

Repurchase agreements on U.S. government
and federal agency securities in immediately
available funds
Brokers and nonbank dealers in securities
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities
.
All other customers
For one day or under continuing contract
For all other maturities

15,314
23,366

13,700
21,972

11,585
21,976

12,015
21,258

9,971
20,222

9,542
18,797

8,888
16,567

8,891
17,577

29,738
13,207

31,667
13,540

27,725
17,075

30,998
13,135

29,936
12,912

29,794
12,064

26,219
13,609

27,064
13,610

45,101
17,699

50,264
18,680

46,831
16,654

47,143
17,336

46,871
17,546

44,446
20,527

43,353
18,850

43,755
16,512

MEMO: Federal funds loans and resale agreements in
immediately available funds in maturities of
one day or under continuing contract
9 To commercial banks in the United States
10 To all other specified customers2




..

15

5. Federal Reserve Bank interest rates, 1981-1990
A. Adjustment and seasonal credit to depository institutions1
Percent per year, in effect December 31
Boston

1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990

...

..

....

New
York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

Year

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5,5
6
6.5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

CJeveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

B. Extended credit to depository institutions2
Percent per year, in effect December 31
Year

Boston

New
York

Philadelphia

First 30 days of borrowing

1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

....
...

....

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6,5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

12
8.5
8.5
8
7.5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6.5

After 30 days of borrowing3

1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
19904

t t t t t t t t t t t

....

t

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0

...

n.a.

7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0

7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0

7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0

7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0

7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0

7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0

7.7
9.5
8.9
8,0

7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0

7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0

7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0

7.7
9.5
8.9
8.0

6. Reserve requirements of depository institutions, December 31, 19901
Type of deposit, and deposit interval

2

Depository institution requirements
after implementation of the
Monetary Control Act
Percent of deposits

Net transaction accounts*
1 $0 million-$41 1 million
2 More than $41 1 million
3 Nonpersonal time deposits4
4 Eurocurrency liabilities

16



5

Effective date

3
12

1 11 \ 8/90
12/18/90

0

12/27/90

0

12/27/90

7. Federal Reserve open market transactions, 19901
Millions of dollars
Type of transaction

May

Year

Jan,

24,739
7 291
241,086
4400

423

108
3 384
18,113
400

543
0

5,796

1 489
15,960
1 000

21,551
0

o

0
0

100
0

2 845
25 638
1 201
- 27 424 -2,489 -5,418

1 876

Mar.

Feb.

Apr.

June

July

Aug.

Nov.

Oct.

1 Sept.

Dec.

U.S. TREASURY SECURITIES

1
2
3
4

Outright transactions (excluding
matched transactions)
Treasury bills
Gross purchases
Gross sales
. . .
Exchanges
Redemptions

5
6
7
8
9

Others within one year
Gross purchases
Gross sales
....
Maturity shifts
Exchanges
Redemptions

425
0

o

10
11
12
13

One to five years
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Maturity shifts
Exchanges

14
15
16
17

Five to ten years
Gross purchases
Gross sales
....
Maturity shifts
Exchanges

-2 186
789

18
19
20
21

More than ten years
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Maturity shifts
Exchanges

0
0
- 1 681
1 226

All maturities
22 Gross purchases . . . .
23 Gross sales
24 Redemptions
Matched transactions
25 Gross sales
26 Gross purchases
Repurchase agreements
27 Gross purchases
28 Gross sales
29 Net change in U.S. Treasury
securities
...

250
200
-21,770
25 410

0
100

25 414
7 591
4 400
1 369 052
1,363,434

0

o

0

0
0

0
0

0
0

116

-451
450

0
0
0

0
0
-681

0

287
0

17,286
0

22,894
0

18,679
0

18,859
0

0
0
993

0
0

0
0

o

3,365

4 387

0 -4,304 -2,771
0
0
o
100
0

-1,163 -1,713 -1,876
0
4 743
2 373

0
0
-38

0

0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
-254
223
0
0

0

0

0

0
0
-250

0
0
0

0
0
0

-530

423

108

743
0

5,896

3,365

3 384

o

0

99 104
97,128

0
0
1 010
0
0

0
0
-87

1 489
1 000

127 729 1 1 6 220
121,411 120,637

0
0
1 314
1 321
3 235
0 -3,577 -4 550
0
o
0

0

0
0
0

o

o

631
0
19,041
0

0
0

226

400

4,264
68
26,512
0

933
0

6,658

0

19,271
0

25,981
0

2,350
16,939
3,000

o

0

325
0

0
0

I 934

3 531

1 991

0

0 -4,315
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
100
50
0
0
0
o
0
o
0
0
200
0
0
-739 -3,607 = 1,314 - 1 ,234 -2,188 -1,010 - 1 ,677 -3,25B -1,991
0
0
0
2 521
3 577
4 200
0
4081
3 915

o
o

o

1,732

0

250

o

0
1,782

0

o

97 970 121 596 107 896
98,643 121,218 110,042

o
287

o
o

0
0

0
0
-697
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
-350
350

0
0
0
0

0
0
0

4 264
68
0

63 1
0
0

933
0

-256
0

0

o

0
0
127

0
100
0

0

0

0
0
-400

0
0
0

400

o

6,983

0

o

2,650
3 000

0

95,144 113 647 120 036 127 265 116 601 125,844
95,787 110,635 120,280 129,722 114,488 123,442

219,632
202 551

16,185
17 777

0
0

8,050
6,627

6,409
7,832

3,959
3,959

1 1 ,242
1 1 ,242

13,106
1 1 ,447

24 886

-9 975

740

190

5,145

2,987

3,928

2,590

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0
183

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
78

0
0

0
0

0
33

0
0
37

0
0
0

Repurchase agreements
33 Gross purchases
34 Gross sales
35 Net change in federal agency
obligations

41 836
40 461

1 741
2 266

0

o

1,966
I 457

2,595
3 104

2,314
2 314

3,221
3 221

4,697
4 137

7 1 30
5 944

-525

0

509

-588

0

0

527

36 Total net change in system
open market account . . . .

26,078 - 10,500

740

699

4,558

2,987

3,928

3,117

19,844
19 844

36,457
34,105

45,684
3 1 ,022

4 1 2 1 - 2 060 3 390

7 222

6,608

0

0

0

0
34

0
0

0
1

7 394
8 580

5,913
5 913

2,774
2 504

2,091
1,021

-1,186

-34

270

1,070

5,270 -3,247

3,356

7,492

7,678

26,700
23 764

31,996
34 932

FEDERAL AGENCY OBLIGATIONS
Outright transactions
30 Gross purchases . . . .
31 Gross sales
32 Redemptions




1,192

1,149

17

8. Federal Reserve Banks, 19901
A. Consolidated condition statement
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

1 1 ,059

1 1 ,059

1 1 ,060

1 1 ,060

1 1 ,065

1 1 ,065

1 1 ,064

1 1 ,065

1 1 ,063

8 518

8 518

8 518

8 518

8 518

8 518

8 518

8 518

8 518

524

Account

568

568

532

468

470

476

491

o

586
0

942

o

Nov.

Dec.

11,060

1 1 ,059

1 1 ,058

10 018

10 018

10 018

533

551

532

535

465
0

505
0

59 J
0

131
0

190
0

0

0

0

0

0

6,377

6,377

6 343

6 342

6 342

0

0

270

1,341

ASSETS
1 Gold certificate account
2 Special drawing rights
certificate account
3 Coin
Loans
4 To depository institutions
5 Other
6 Acceptances held under
repurchase agreements . . . .

733
0

2,163

1,779

1,012

1,100

0

o

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

6 525

6 525

6 524

6446

6446

6446

6 414

0

Federal agency obligations
1 Bought outright . . .
8 Held under repurchase
agreements

0

0

510

0

0

0

0

1,186

U.S. Treasury securities
9 Bought outright*
10
Bills
1 1 Notes
....
12
Bonds
1 3 Held under repurchase
agreements
14 Total U.S. Treasury securities . .

96,198
91,381
30 814
281,392

96 937
91,239
30 955
219,132

95,504
9 1 ,440
30 955
217,899

101,973
91,540
30 955
224,468

104 960
91,732
30 763
227 455

108,838
91,782
30 763
231,383

109,768
91,782
30 763
232,313

110,953
91,582
30,963
233,498

111,828
91,582
30 963
234,371

115,218
91,582
30 963
237,763

119 763
91,707
31 163
242,633

1 1 2 520
91,407
31 163
235,090

0
218,392

0
219,132

1,423
219,322

0
224,468

0
227,455

0
231,383

0
232,313

2,936
236,434

0
234,373

0
237,763

2,352
244,985

17,013
252,103

15 Total loans and securities

....

225,649

227,435

228,518

231,926

235,001

238,415

239,668

244,461

241,255

244,697

251,728

259,975

16 Items in process of collection . . .
17 Bank premises . , . .

6,724
791

6,773
790

6,549
793

4,499
795

6,661
795

7,586
827

9,103
831

5,726
836

8,358
844

6,807
853

6,235
862

6,106
872

31 920
7,723

31 041
6320

33 452
5,679

33 982
5,958

34 574
4 563

34 225
5,248

32 561
6,577

34,059
5,230

34,454
6,006

35,669
6,227

33,579
4,859

32,633
6,376

292,909

292,506

295,137

297,270

301,646

306,354

308,798

310,386

311,031

315,881

318,871

327,573

234 47 1

236 534

238,944

241 068

246 398

347,983

249 319

253,544

252,738

255,860

260,243

267,657

29,465
13,153
251
357

33,811
6,613
309
410

36,129
4,832
300
304

36,076
5,205
402
352

34,094
4,426
309
303

36,366
5,470
368
255

34,651
6,369
279
247

35,592
4,453
337
219

33,834
7,638
360
374

34,546
7,607
297
1 777

37,359
5,495
264
213

38,658
8,960
369
242

43,228

41,143

41,565

42,036

39,132

42,429

41,546

40,600

42,206

44,226

43,331

48,228

6,326

6,380

6,173

4,301

6,188

6,930

8,210

5,738

6,481

5,801

5,783

3,540

Other assets
18 Denominated in foreign
currencies^
19 All other4
20 Total assets
LIABILITIES
21 Federal Reserve notes
22
23
24
25

Deposits
Depository institutions
U.S. Treasury— General account.
Foreign — Official accounts . . . .
Other

26 Total deposits
27 Deferred credit items
28 Other liabilities and
accrued dividends5

3,911

3,853

3,969

4,199

4,365

3,810

3,554

4,288

4,021

3,569

3,807

3,301

287,936

287,910

290,651

291,603

296,083

301,152

302,629

304,169

305,446

309,456

313,163

322,727

30 Capital paid in
31 Surplus
32 Other capita) accounts

2,249
2 243

2,275
2 219

2,313
2 139

2,327
2 243
1 098

2,344
2 243

616

2,393
2 243
1,579

943

2,402
2 243
1,781

2,404
2 243
1,062

2,423
2 421

981

2,359
2 243
1 566

2,399
2 243

103

34

2,339
2 243

481

33 Total liabilities and
capital accounts

292,909

292,506

295,137

297,270

301,646

306,354

308,798

310,386

311,031

315,881

318,871

327,573

34 MEMO: Marketable U.S.
Treasury securities held
in custody for foreign
and international accounts . .

228,073

224,626

254,767

224,256

225,879

228,260

228,317

236,408

234,926

240,993

246,728

247,521

29 Total liabilities
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS

18



0

8. Federal Reserve Banks, 1990—Continued
B. Federal Reserve note statement
Millions of dollars, end of period
Account

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

280,388

278,709

283,191

285,819

288,487

290,791

293,807

296,914

300,234

304,591

304,829

43,854
236,534

39,765
238,944

42,123
241,068

39,421
246,398

40,504
247,983

41,472
249,319

40,263
253,544

44,176
252,738

44,375
255,860

44,349
260,243

37,172
267,657

11 059

11 059

1 1 060

11 060

11 065

1 1 065

11 064

11 065

11 063

11 060

1 1 059

11 058

8 518

8 518

8 518

8 518

8 518

8 518
0

8 518

8 518

10 018

10018 1 0 0 1 8
0
0

234,792

239,166

246,581
267,657

Jan.

I Federal Reserve notes outstanding
(issued to Bank)
279,920
LESS: Notes held by
Reserve Bank"
45,449
3
Federal Reserve notes, net . . . . 234,471

Dec.

2

4
5
6
7

Collateral held against notes
outstanding
Gold certificate account
Special drawing rights certificate
account
Other eligible assets
U.S. Treasury and agency
securities

0

0

0

0

214,894

216,957

219,366

221,490

227,815

228,400

229,737

233,961

233,157

234,471

8 Total collateral

0

8 518
0

236,534

238,944

241,068

246,398

247,983

249,319

253,544

252,738

255,860

260,243

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

0

0

0

C. Maturity distribution of loan and security holdings
Millions of dollars, end of period
Type and maturity grouping

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

7

2 Within fifteen days
3 Sixteen days to ninety days
4 Ninety-one days to one year . . . .

Oct.

Nov.

850

1 Total loans

1,874

2,039

1,012

1,100

586

942

465

505

429

131

Dec.
190

848
2
0

1,867
7
0

2,024
15
0

951
62
0

1,014
86
0

415
171
0

723
218
0

221
243
0

284
221
0

379
51
0

80
50
0

186
4
0

5 Total acceptances

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

6 Within fifteen days
..
7 Sixteen days to ninety days
8 Ninety-one days to one year . . . .

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
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

9 Total U.S. Treasury securities . . .

218,392

219,132

217,899

230,468

227,455

231,383

232,313

233,498

234,373

237,763

242,633

235,090

10 372
47,233
68,022
53,452
12,607
26 706

10 656
46,479
66,657
56,481
12,607
26 252

6 281
50,149
66,030
56,581
12,607
26 252

6 566
57,700
69,228
58,146
12,576
26 252

5 371
50,466
76,167
57,432
11,617
26402

9 655
57,872
68,356
57,482
11,617
26 402

9 872
56,294
69,706
58,239
11,801
26 402

2 820
60,563
72,709
59,700
13,170
24 536

7 099
60,033
69,835
59,700
13,170
24 536

13 747
54,970
71,899
59,484
13,126
24 536

3 841
63,974
77,288
59,572
13,221
24 736

5516
75,428
57,538
58,749
13,121
24 736

6,525

6,525

6,524

6,446

6,446

6,446

6,414

6,377

6,377

6,343

6,342

6,342

119

255

174

160

266

223

115

310

200

99

261

200

10
11
12
13
14
15

7

Within fifteen days
Sixteen days to ninety days
Ninety-one days to one year . . . .
More than one year to five years . .
More than five years to ten years . .
More than ten years

1 6 Total federal agency
obligations
17
18
19
20
21
22

Within fifteen days7
Sixteen days to ninety days
Ninety-one days to one year . . . .
More than one year to five years . .
More than five years to ten years . .
More than ten years




668

558

574

678

564

672

712

497

525

705

604

737

1,253
3,238
1,057
188

1,342
3,123
1,057
188

1,426
3,098
1,062
188

1,441
2,892
1,087
188

1,416
2,895
1,117
188

1,406
2,846
1,109
188

1,468
2,820
1,110
188

1,616
2,655
1,110
188

1,709
2,634
1,120
188

1,710
2,516
1,125
188

1,668
2,595
1,025
188

1,639
2,555
1,022
188

19

9. Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks, 1990
A. Seasonally adjusted
Bank group, or type
of customer

Jan.

Mar.

Feb.

Apr.

May

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec.

DEBITS To
1
2
3
4
5

Demand deposits1
All insured banks . .
Major New York
City banks . . .
Other banks . . . . . .
ATS-NOW accounts 2 .
Savings deposits3 . . . .

274,285.9 268,831.4 279,734.3 274,546.3 278,383.5 263,965.9 274,559.5 295,570.0 267,680.2 295,490.0 294,468.6 267,479.9
132,148.4 126,612.4 134,374.6 130,549.6 129,617,7 121,899.6 129,034.4 144,314.2 126,088.7 136,082.4 140,531.5 130,154.6
142,137.5 142,219.0 145,359.7 143,996.7 148,765.8 142,066.3 145,525.1 151,255.8 141,591.5 159,407.6 153,937.1 137,325.3
3,368.4
3,330.2
3,290.6
3,549.5
3,479.2
3,315.0
3,374.2
3,351.6
3,159.3
3,110.7
3,449.3
3,417.0
527.2
520.7
580.6
569.1
583.4
553.2
553.5
599.8
523.6
573.7
555.6
565.8

DEPOSITS
OUTSTANDING
Demand deposits'
All insured banks . .
Major New York
City banks . . .
8
Other banks
9 ATS-NOW accounts2 .
10 Savings deposits3 . . . .
6
7

788.5

764.0

790.0

787.3

803.0

760.2

794.8

3,627.9
456.4
16.8

3,456.5
451.1
16.5

3,571.7
459.3
16.5

3,715.5
468.4
16.8

2.8

2.9

3,692.2
477.5
16.5
2.9

3,513.2
454.6
15.4

3.0

3,685.1
459,6
16.7
3.0

2.9

3.0

Apr.

May

June

851.9

764.8

865.9

857.1

779.5

4,119.5
484.9
17.4

3,717.9
447.9
15.1

4,280.5
515.1
16.8

4,320.4
494.9
16.8

3,949.1
442.7
16.2

3.1

2.7

2.9

2.9

2.7

B. Not seasonally adjusted
Bank group, or type
of customer

Jan,

Feb.

Mar.

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

DEBITS To
11
12
13
14
15
16

Demand deposits'
All insured banks .
Major New York
City banks , .
Other banks
ATS-NOW accounts 2
MMDAs4
Savings deposits . . .

281,170.5 248,937.9 285,049.3 268,451.3 277,993.8 277,428.1 277,167.8 302,515.9 257,936.7 298,947.2 277,536.6 275,664.8
132,267.3 119,305.2 137,029.5 125.750.6 128,871.0 130,332.7 130,100.1 147,040.1 121,343.4 142,664.0 133,220.6 133,491.9
148,903.2 129,632.7 148,019.8 142.700.7 149,122,8 147,095.4 147,067.7 155,475.8 136,593.3 156,283.2 144,316.0 142,172.9
3,495.2
3,257.4
3,277.3
3,353.0
3,570.5
3,131.6
3,462.0
3,259.5
3,430.2
3,002.1
3,556.9
3,310.6
2,716.7
2,863.1
3,052.5
3,013.3
3,042.6
3J89.2
2,775.9
3,095.5
2,805.0
2,938.6
2,529.5
3,063.6
616.4
561.4
554.1
505.1
513.6
596.0
574.2
530.1
599.6
616.3
559.5
468.1

DEPOSITS
OUTSTANDING
17
18
19
20
21
22

Demand deposits'
All insured banks .
Major New York
City banks . .
Other banks
ATS-NOW accounts 2
MMDAs 4
Savings deposits . . .

20



786.8

729.0

832.4

763.6

3,431.5
467.0
17,6
8.6
3.1

3,314.9
424.3
15.1
7.1
2.5

3,836,2
482.6
16.4
7.6
2.9

3,564.6
451.2
16.7
7.9
3.2

819.3
3,781.7
488.6
16.2
8.5
2.9

801.2

794.7

887.4

744.4

870.9

800.0

765.8

3,807.7
471.4
16.1
8.3
2.9

3,777.1
467.9
16.7
8.3
3.0

4,395.6
505.7
17.7
8.6
3.1

3,607.3
436.6
15.4
7.5
2.6

4,376.5
503.1
17.1
8.3
3.1

4,067.4
459.3
15.8
7.4
2.6

3,760.0
438.2
16,2
7.8
2.7

10. Measures and components of the money stock and debt, 19901
A. Seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars
Item 2

Jan.

6
7
8
9

Ml components
Currency3
Travelers checks4
Demand deposits5
Other checkable deposits6 . .

Nontransaction components
10 In M27
....
11 In M3 only8

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

795.4
3,233.6
4,061.4
4,895.3
9,833.8

1
2
3
4
5

Measures
Ml
M2
M3
L
Debt

801.1
3,255.0
4,073.1
4,902.9
9,897.1

804.7
3,269.6
4,077.2
4,914.6
9,969.5

807.7
3,279.9
4,082.7
4,920.5
10,026.6

807.5
3,282.8
4,082.7
4,903.2
10,070.4

811.5
3,290.6
4,085.8
4,922.8
10,128.4

810.7
3,295.4
4,089.2
4,926.4
10,188.7

816.5
3,309.5
4,103.3
4,934.2
10,257 3

821.8
3,321.5
4,109.0
4,955.5
10,312 4

821.2
3,324.3
4,109.3
4,955.0
10,349 5

823.3
3,323.5
4,108.8
4,959.9
10 399 5

825.4
3,327.6
4,111.7
4,965.7
10,436 1

224.5
7.5
277.6
285.8

226.6
7.6
279.4
287.5

228.4
7.6
278.9
289.8

230.3
7.7
278.1
291.7

231.9
7.8
275.8
292.0

233.7
7.8
276.3
293.7

235.7
7.8
275.6
291.7

238.4
8.0
278.0
292.1

241.5
8.2
279.1
293.0

243.9
8.3
277.1
291.8

245.0
8.4
277,2
292.8

246.4
8.4
276.9
293.8

2,438.2
827.8

2,453.9
818.2

2,465.0
807.6

2,472.2
802.8

2,475.3
799.9

2,479.1
795.2

2,484.7
793.8

2,493.0
793.9

2,499.7
787.5

2,503.1
785.0

2,500.2
785.3

2,502.2
784.1

12
13
14
15

Commercial banks
Savings deposits
MMDAs
Small time deposits9
Large time deposits10'" . . . .

189.6
355.3
532.8
401.1

191.4
358.1
536.9
400.4

192.1
360.9
540.7
399.2

192.3
364.4
544.4
396.8

192.7
366.1
553.4
397.5

194.0
369.6
563.8
397.7

195.2
371.8
571.6
398.7

195.9
374.7
574.9
395.8

196.5
376.1
579.4
390.9

197.6
376.7
588.1
386.8

198.2
377.4
589.5
387.4

199.4
378.4
598.1
386.1

16
17
18
19

Thrift institutions
Savings deposits
MMDAs
Small time deposits9
Large time deposits10

216.4
132.8
613.7
158.9

217.3
133.8
609.9
154.5

218.2
134.8
609.3
150.1

219.1
134.9
607.8
146.9

218.6
134.3
600.2
143.0

217.8
132.6
590.8
140.3

217.5
131.6
585.2
136.4

216.8
131.2
583.4
133.4

215.8
131.3
580.7
131.0

213.9
130.0
573.3
128.3

212.9
129.4
572.3
125.1

211.4
127.6
566.1
121.0

318.4
102.5

324.2
103.4

325.9
105.2

327.0
106.9

325.3
107.6

327.5
108,1

329.2
109.8

335.8
114.0

339.3
116.2

341.6
119.6

341.9
120.5

345.4
125.7

2,275.8
7,558.0

2,291.6
7,605.5

2,316.1
7,653.5

2,330.6
7,696.0

2,345.1
7,725.3

2,374.2
7,754.2

2,401.7
7,787.1

2,439.6
7,817.8

2,461.9
7,850.5

2,473.9
7,875,6

2,507.3
7,892.2

2,534.3
7,901.8

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

802.4
3,244.5
4,067.8
4,911.5
9,822.2

788.3
3,245.6
4,061.5
4,893.9
9,864.3

796.2
3,267.7
4,075.8
4,912.2
9,925.6

818.0
3,292.8
4,090.8
4,930.3
9,980.8

797.3
3,262.8
4,064.3
4,888.6
10,024.1

810.8
3,284.1
4,080.8
4,914.1
10,084.6

812.9
3,298.6
4,091.4
4,918.8
10,145.5

814.5
3,310.2
4,108.3
4,932.4
10,208.2

818.9
3,316.8
4,107.2
4,954.0
10,263.1

817.6
3,321.6
4,106.4
4,950.8
10,310.0

826.1
3,327.1
4,115.9
4,964.6
10,370.0

844.3
3,341.6
4,123.8
4,984.3
10,423.3

223.0
7.0
282.8
289.6

224.4
7.2
271.3
285.5

227.1
7.3
271.6
290.1

229.6
7.3
280.0
301.1

231.8
7.5
268.9
289.1

234.9
8.1
275.2
292.7

237.3
8.6
277.3
289.7

239.4
8.9
276.8
289.4

241.0
8.8
278.2
291.1

242.8
8.4
278.0
288.4

245.7
8.0
280.5
291.9

249.6
7.8
289.9
297.0

2,442. 1
823.3

2,457.2
816.0

2,471.5
808.1

2,474.8
798.0

2,465.5
801.5

2,473.3
796.7

2,485.7
792.9

2,495,7
798.1

2,497.8
790.4

2,504.0
784.8

2,501.0
788.8

2,497.3
782.2

Money market mutual funds
20 General purpose and brokerdealer
. .,
21 Institution-only
Debt Components
22 Federal
23 Nonfederal

B. Not seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars
Item2
24
25
26
27
28

Measures
Ml
M2 .
M3
L
Debt

29
30
31
32

Ml components
Currency3
Travelers checks4
Demand deposits5
Other checkable deposits6 . .

Nontransaction components
33 In M27
34 In M3 only 8
35
36
37
38

Commercial banks
Savings deposits
MMDAs
Small time deposits9 .
Large time deposits10-" . . . .

188.1
357.8
533.4
399.5

189.7
359.2
537.8
399.2

191.9
362.8
540.6
399.1

192.9
364.6
544.4
394.6

193.3
362.7
552.9
397.1

195.3
367.4
563.9
397.2

197.2
369.1
573.2
397.3

196.5
373.5
575.8
396.7

196.2
375.0
579.1
392.7

198.2
375.8
588.0
389.3

197.9
379.7
588.5
389.9

197.7
381.6
596.1
386.1

39
40
41
42

Thrift institutions
Savings deposits
MMDAs
Small time deposits9
Large time deposits10

214.7
133.8
614.4
158.3

215.4
134.2
610.8
154.1

218.0
135.5
609.2
150.0

219.8
135.0
607.8
146.0

219.2
133.0
599.6
142.8

219.3
131.9
590.9
140.1

219.7
130.6
586.8
135.9

217.5
130.8
584,3
133.7

215.4
130.9
580.4
131.6

214.4
129.7
573.2
129.1

212.6
130.1
571.3
125.9

209,6
128.7
564.1
121.1

Money market mutual funds
43 General purpose and brokerdealer
44 Institution-only

318.5
105.9

327.8
107.1

331.6
106.8

330.9
105.9

321.7
106.8

322.2
106.2

325.0
108.3

334.6
113.1

339.2
113.4

341.1
117.1

343.4
121.2

345.5
127.0

Repurchase agreements and
Eurodollars
45 Overnight and continuing . .
46 Term

81.5
171.7

82.3
168.9

81.9
165.1

79.4
163.5

83.2
166.4

82.3
166,7

84.0
165.5

82.7
170.4

81.5
168.3

83.5
165.8

77.6
165.7

74.0
161.5

2,277.5
7,544.8

2,295.0
7,569.3

2,319.2
7,606.4

2,331.0
7,649.9

2,339.7
7,684.4

2,363.0
7,721.5

2,386.8
7,758.7

2,422.3
7,785.8

2,444.5
7,818.5

2,459.3
7,850.7

2,498.8
7,871.2

2,532.1
7,891.2

Debt components
47 Federal
48 Nonfederal




....

21

11. Aggregate reserves of depository institutions and monetary base, 19901
A, Adjusted for changes in reserve requirements2
Billions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Item

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

SEASONALLY ADJUSTED2
1 Total reserves3

47.83

48.05

48.11

48.20

47.96

47.90

47.64

47.97

48,26

47.94

48.24

49.10

2 Nonborrowed reserves4
3 Nonborrowed reserves plus
extended credit5
4 Required reserves
5 Monetary base6

47.39

46.60

45.99

46.57

46.63

47.01

46.88

47.05

47.64

47.53

48.01

48,78

47.41
46.81
276.51

47.13
47.06
278.65

47.94
47.25
280.61

47.98
47.31
282.63

47.50
47.00
283.97

47.36
47.12
285.76

47.16
46.77
287.42

47.17
47.11
290.46

47.64
47.35
293.80

47.55
47.10
295.94

48.04
47.30
297.55

48.80
47.44
299.79

49.14

47.00

47.17

49.06

46.96

47.89

47.81

47.63

48,11

47.55

48.42

50.58

48.70
1 Nonborrowed reserves
. ..
8 Nonborrowed reserves plus
extended credit5 ,
. . . 48.73
9 Required reserves8
48.13
277.64
10 Monetary base9

45.55

45.05

47 .43

45.62

47.01

47.05

46.70

47.48

47.14

48,19

50.25

46.09
46.01
275.15

47.00
46.31
277.96

48.83
48.16
282.67

46,50
46.00
282.87

47.35
47.12
286.88

47.33
46.95
289.37

46.83
46.76
290.98

47.49
47.20
293.07

47,16
46.7?
294.43

48.21
47.47
298.44

50.28
48.91
304.04

Dec.

NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED2

6 Total reserves7

B. Not adjusted for changes in the reserve requirements10
Item
11 Total reserves"
12 Nonborrowed reserves
13 Nonborrowed reserves plus
extended credit5
14 Required reserves
15 Monetary base12 ,
16 Excess reserves13
17 Borrowings from the Federal
Reserve

22




Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov,

62.93

60.62

60.66

62.51

60.23

61.20

60.94

60.73

61.45

61.05

62.05

[

59.12

62.49

59.17

58.53

60.88

58.90

60.32

60.19

59.80

60.83

60,64

61.82

58.79

62.52
61.91
292.13
1.02

59.71
59.63
290.02
.99

60.49
59.80
292.38
.86

62.29
61.62
296.87
.90

59.77
59.27
297.03
.96

60.66
60.42
300.99
.77

60.47
60.08
303.39
.86

59.93
59.86
304.99
.87

60.83
60.54
307.21
.91

60.66
60.21
308.85
.85

61.84
61.10
312.69
.95

58.82
57.46
313.70
1.66

.44

1.45

1.33

.88

.76

.93

.62

,41

.23

33

2.12

1.63

12. Loans and securities of all commercial banks, 19901
A. Seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
Item

Jan.

1 Total loans and securities

2

2 U.S. government securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and industrial
6
Bankers acceptances held3
7
Other commercial and industrial . . .
8
U.S. addressees4
9
Non-U.S. addressees
10 Real estate
11
Individual
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions
14 Agricultural
15 State and political subdivisions
16 Foreign banks
17 Foreign official institutions
18 Lease-financing receivables
19 All other loans

Feb.

Mar.

May

Apr.

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

2,600.0 2,615.1 2,633.2 2,648.1

2,655.4 2,670.1 2,683.0 2,704.9

2,708.0 2,713.6 2,716.6 2,723.6

413.8
420.3
426.4
404.9
180.6
180.4
180.2
180.6
2,014.5 2,020.7 2,032.5 2,041.5
639.4
640.3
643.5
645.9
7.3
7.6
7.5
7.6
632.1
632.7
636.0
638.3
626.8
627.9
631.0
634.0
5.2
4,9
4.9
4.3
782.7
766.1
774.9
790.8
379.2
379.4
377.8
377.6
39.4
38.3
37.0
36.8
32.7
32.9
33.7
34.0
30.8
30.8
30.8
31.0
38.2
38.7
39.1
38.6
8.2
7.9
8.3
8.6
3.2
3.4
3.3
3.3
32.4
32.4
32.1
32.1
43.0
45.9
41.8
42.8

438.4
430.3
442.8
445.7
178.2
177.5
177.3
178.8
2,046.9 2,054.2 2,062.9 2,080.4
644.3
645.3
644.4
645.1
7.6
7.8
7.6
7.4
636.7
637.4
636.7
637.7
632.2
633.2
632.5
633.4
4.4
4.3
4.3
4.3
798.9
805.9
814.5
818.0
378.4
376.4
378.2
377.6
35.5
38.7
35.0
44.6
34.1
34.4
34.7
35.0
31.0
31.1
31.3
31.5
37.9
37.3
36.4
35.8
8.7
7.4
7.0
7.9
3.2
3.2
3.3
3.2
32.6
32.4
32.6
32.7
42.3
44.5
43.6
48.2

453.1
450.1
178.8
177.8
2,079,0 2,082.7
644.7
643.7
7.3
7.5
637.1
636.4
632.6
631.7
4.5
4.7
822.5
827.7
379,7
378.6
41.3
40.5
35.2
34.8
31.8
32.2
35.2
35.1
9.0
8.1
3.3
3.2
32.8
33.3
43.6
45.5

454.2
454.0
175.9
175.6
2,086.7 2,093.8
646.5
648.1
7.4
7.5
639.1
640.5
634.0
635.3
5.1
5.3
836.5
832.0
378.7
378.9
39.6
40.6
34.6
34.7
32.5
33.0
34.3
34.8
7.2
8.1
3.2
3.2
32.7
32.9
44.7
43.7

B. Not seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
Item

Jan.

Feb.

May

Apr.

Mar.

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec.

20 Total loans and securities2

2,600.1 2,616.7 2,630.0 2,647.7

2,654.5 2,670.8 2,677.5 2,700.1

2,707.0 2,715.5 2,720.1 2,730.5

21 U.S. government securities
22 Other securities
23 Total loans and leases2
24 Commercial and industrial
25
Bankers acceptances held3
26
Other commercial and industrial . . .
27
U.S. addressees4
28
Non-U.S. addressees
29 Real estate
30
Individual
31
Security .
32 Nonbank financial institutions
33 Agricultural
34 State and political subdivisions
35 Foreign banks
36
Foreign official institutions
37 Lease-financing receivables
38 All other loans

427.5
419.0
406.4
423.8
180.3
179.5
179.7
180.9
2,012.8 2,017.3 2,026.4 2,040.7
639.5
636.4
650.6
645.8
7.4
7.7
7.4
7.5
643.2
638.4
631.7
629.0
624.1
638.6
626.9
633.6
4.8
4.6
4.7
4.9
788.4
779.4
772.1
766.0
378.7
381.8
375.1
376.6
38.3
39.6
37.8
38.1
32.5
33.7
33.0
33.2
30.4
29.8
29.5
29.9
38.2
39.3
39.5
38.6
8.3
7.8
8.2
7.9
3.3
3.3
3.2
3.4
32.4
32.3
32.4
32.5
42.5
42.0
42.5
43.7

430.3
444.0
439.9
437.1
178.0
179.1
176.4
177.5
2,046.2 2,056.3 2,061.1 2,077.1
643.5
648.3
644.6
647.7
7.2
7.3
7.6
8.0
636.3
637.3
639.7
640.8
636.3
631.8
632.9
635.5
4.4
4.5
4.5
4.3
798.0
819.9
814.9
806.0
377.4
374.1
376.6
375.6
34.9
43.9
38.6
37.1
33.8
35.0
34.6
34.5
30.6
32.5
32.1
31.4
35.7
36.2
37.2
37.8
8.0
7.1
7.5
8.6
3.2
3.2
3.3
3.2
32.4
32.5
32.6
32.2
41.6
45.4
43.3
43.9

454.1
451.5
450.8
448.2
176.3
178.0
176.6
179.0
2,079.8 2,086.7 2,089.3 2,102.7
641.2
644.5
640.9
648.0
7.7
7.4
7.6
7.5
640.3
633.8
636.9
633.4
635.1
629.1
631.9
628.8
5.2
4.7
5.0
4.6
830.3
834.0
824.2
837.9
380.4
383.8
380.6
379.8
38.5
40.0
39.5
40.3
34.7
35.0
36.1
34.9
32,9
33.1
32.9
32.9
35.1
34.7
35.2
34.0
7.4
9.3
8.3
8.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.3
33.1
32,8
33.3
32.8
45.4
46.7
46.3
46.8

13. Major nondeposit funds of all commercial banks, 19901
Billions of dollars, monthly averages
Source
1
2
3
4
5

Seasonally adjusted 2
Total nondeposit funds
Net balances due to related foreign offices3
Borrowings from other than commercial banks in the
United States4
Domestically chartered banks
Foreign-related banks

Not seasonally adjusted
6 Total nondeposit funds 2
7 Net balances due to related foreign offices3
8 Domestically chartered banks
9 Foreign-related banks
10 Borrowings from other than commercial banks in the
United States4
11
Domestically chartered banks
12
Federal funds and security RP borrowings 5 . . .
13
Other6
14 Foreign-related banks 6
MEMO
Gross large time deposits7
15 Seasonally adjusted
16 Not seasonally adjusted . .
U.S. Treasury demand balances at commercial banks**
17 Seasonally adjusted
18 Not seasonally adjusted




Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

260.5
11.7

267.6
15.9

270.9
19.0

268.9
18.7

269.0
25.8

272.3
17.2

281.1
19.1

283.8
19.0

283.0
21.5

291.8
29.9

292.4
30.1

287.9
34.6

248.8
198.6
50.2

251.7
200.2
51.5

251.8
197.2
54.6

250.3
193.7
56.6

243.2
186.6
56.5

255.1
196.8
58.3

262.0
201.6
60.4

264.8 261.5
202.2 198.8
62.6
62.7

261.9
196.9
65.0

262.2
195.0
67.3

253.2
187.1
66.2

255.8
11.5
= 14,5
26.0

270.9
15.9
-11.1
26.9

276.5
18.3
29.8

269.7
16.7
-10.6
27.3

277.3
28.5
-1.3
29.8

275.1
17.4
-6.1
23.5

277.2
16.6
-5.8
22.4

282.5
18.5
-3.4
21.9

278.6
21.5
-4.2
25.8

288.7
29.6
-1.0
30.6

293.5
30.8
.6
30.2

282.3
37.2
-4.1
41,3

244.3
193.9
191.2
2.7
50.4

255.0
202.7
199.0
3.7
52.3

258.2
202.3
197.8
4.5
55.9

253.0
194.8
191.0
3.7
58.2

248.8
191.6
188.3
3.4
57.2

257.7
197.7
194.6
3.2
60.0

260.6
199.1
196.2
2.9
61.5

264.0
201.7
198.1
3.6
62.3

257.0
195.6
191.6
4.0
61.5

259.2
195.0
191.7
3.2
64,2

262.7
197.6
194.7
2.9
65.1

245.1
182.8
180.0
2.8
62.3

460.4
458.8

459.9
458.7

459.0
458.8

456.2
453.9

454.4
454.0

451.5
451.0

451.9
450.5

449.2
450.1

443.6
445.4

438.0
440.4

435.2
437.8

431.8
431.8

20.3
23.2

18.6
22.0

19.8
16.7

21.3
20.0

19.2
25.2

20.6
20.9

15.0
15.2

32.7
23.5

26.0
31.0

22.3
20.9

25.2
19.2

24.4
23.0

-11.5

23

14. Assets and liabilities of commercial banks: Last Wednesday of month, 19901
A. All commercial banking institutions2
Billions of dollars
Account
1 Loans and securities
2
Investment securities
3
U.S. government securities
4
Other
5 Trading account assets
6 Total loans
7
Interbank loans
8
Loans excluding interbank . . . .
9
Commercial and industrial
10
Real estate
11
Individual
12
All other

Jan.

Mar.

Feb.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

2,796.0 2,809.2 2,821.2 2,839.0 2,847.1 2,871.6 2,878.8 2,896.8 2,887.1 2,931.3 2,925.1 2,936.9
605.6
597.2
601.7
604.9
603.3
587.2
589.8
588.3
563.9
571.2
576.8
583.0
437.6
439.6
422.2
421.7
429.1
398.0
405.9
434.5
438.0
413.1
417.8
389.8
167.2
165.7
166.0
169.3
166.6
174.1
173.2
170.8
168.0
166.8
170.0
167.6
27.4
22.0
27.7
29.3
21.4
25.0
21.4
23.7
30.2
26.0
23.9
31.8
2,200.4 2,207.8 2,218.5 2,232.1 2,238.5 2,258.1 2,262.8 2,270.4 2,264.0 2,299.0 2,296.9 2,309.3
207.0
204.0
202.2
200.1
191.6
191.0
207.9
190.5
192.8
204.8
187.4
187.5
2,013.0 2,020.3 2,026.9 2,041.5 2,045.7 2,055.9 2,057.9 2,070.3 2,073.0 2,091.2 2,089.8 2,105.3
643.4
644.4
650.8
650.4
641.5
636.4
642.4
646.2
639.7
639.7
645.8
646.9
831.5
833.7
838.3
790,2
801.7
807.9
816.0
820.1
774.0
781.6
825.0
767.6
384.7
375.5
379.4
381.2
380.8
380.5
376.7
376.6
376,8
374.8
381.7
378.6
231.2
231.5
231.1
223.6
227.1
235.5
224.2
221.7
224.3
225.6
227.3
225.3

13 Total cash assets
14 Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks . ,
15 Cash in vault .
16 Cash items in process of collection . . . .
17 Demand balances at U.S. depository
institutions
18
Other cash assets

218.9
24.6
28.0
89.9

224.9
29.5
27.8
91.6

212.9
32.0
27.7
80.0

210.6
31.5
28.5
80.1

237.7
27.6
29.9
100.7

219.6
31.8
28.9
86.2

210.7
29.8
28.8
79.6

207.7
30.0
30.3
77.5

213.7
33.6
29.3
81.1

220.8
29.7
29.4
85.4

216.7
33.0
32.8
78.4

217.9
23.4
32.0
86.0

29.6
46.8

30.8
45.2

27.4
45.8

26.3
44.2

32.0
47.5

27.7
45.0

27.3
45.2

27.3
42.5

27.0
42.8

28.5
47.8

28.4
44.2

29.6
46.8

19 Other assets

218.1

212.9

209.1

204.8

197.0

207.5

205.3

220.8

226.6

230.1

226.6

245.1

20 Total assets

3,233.0 3,247.0 3,243.2 3,254.4 3,281.8 3,298.6 3,294.8 3,325.3 3,327.4 3,382.2 3,368,5 3,399.9

21 Total deposits

2,247.1 2,262.4 2,251.3 2,258,3 2,295.3 2,282.4 2,290.9 2,296.5 2,300.1 2,332.0 2,319.9 2,363.4

22 Transaction accounts
23 Savings
24 Time

612.2
616.6
540.8
546.3
1,094.2 1,099.5

594.3
551.8
1,105.3

542.2
229.3
213.2

545.4
230.8
215.7

Mar.

25 Borrowings
26 Other liabilities
27 Residual (assets less liabilities) 3

552.8
221.8
211.4

618.1
600.9
548.8
554.5
1,108.6 1,122.7

598.6
556.4
1,127.5

590.1
561.3
1,139.5

563.9
216.0
216.2

546.1
223.3
217.1

572.6
223.9
219.7

562.1
220.5
221.2

Apr.

May

June

July

589.1
595.3
565.6
563.5
1,141.8 1,141.3
579.9
226.2
222.8

570.9
233.1
223.4

612.1
570.5
1,149.4

598.1
573.1
1,148.8

637.1
573.3
1,152.9

591.0
236.0
223.3

570.6
255.3
222.7

548.7
264.4
223.5

B. Domestically chartered commercial banks4
Billions of dollars
Account
1 Loans and securities
2
Investment securities
3
U.S. Treasury securities
4
Other
5
Trading account assets
6
Total loans
7
Interbank loans
8
Loans excluding interbank
9
Commercial and industrial
10
Real estate
1 1 Real estate loans, revolving
12 Real estate loans, other
13 Individual
14 All other
15 Total cash assets
16 Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks . .
17
Cash in vault
18 Cash items in process of collection . . . .
19
Demand balances at U.S. depository
institutions
20 Other cash assets
21 Other assets

Jan.

Feb.

i Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

2,557.9 2,566.3 2,570.5 2,584.1 2,589.5 2,608.3 2,614.4 2,631.8 2,620.5 2,658.4 2,645.1 2654.2
536.2
543.1
547.2
559.2
566.1
569.0
569.8
570.5
571.5
551.9
558.6
557.3
384.4
391.2
414.1
406.5
407.7
417.9
420.8
421.7
420.9
376.6
398.0
404.8
158.7
156.0
153.7
150.8
151.5
151.2
149.1
148.8
150.6
159.6
154.0
152.0
30.2
21.4
21.4
25.0
22.0
26.0
27.4
31.8
23.9
27.7
23.7
29.3
1,989.9 1,993.0 1,997.3 2,008.3 2,009.5 2,025.5 2,029.4 2,036.4 2,030.0 2,059.5 2,050.3 2,061.7
157.4
148.3
150.0
148.5
148.9
153.7
144.2
153.3
160.0
153.7
146.0
164.0
1,839.9 1,844.6 1,849.0 1,859.3 1,865.4 1,872.2 1,875.7 1,882.6 1,884.0 1,895.5 1,892.9 1,901.7
519.4
521.4
512.7
513.2
515.4
513.4
513.8
518.3
524.0
517.3
520.1
514.0
741.1
796.4
791.6
735.9
747.8
753.9
776.7
764.5
769.7
779.5
784.0
789.8
51.1
51.4
53.2
56.3
54.1
55.0
61.7
57.7
61.1
52.0
58.6
60.6
734.7
684.8
689.7
695.8
725.4
729.2
700.7
720.4
710.3
714.7
721.7
730.5
384.7
381.7
375.5
376.7
374.8
379.4
380.5
378.6
381.2
380.8
376.6
376.8
207.4
208.5
206.5
206.3
204.7
206.9
202.9
205.5
209.8
207.9
205.7
209.5
195.7
22.7
28.0
88.5

199.9
27.5
27.8
90.2

187.3
29.8
27.7
78.5

186.3
29.8
28.5
78.7

209.7
26.6
29.9
99.3

193.3
30.9
28.9
84.2

184.7
28.9
28.8
78.1

181.7
28.0
30.3
75.9

187.0
32.1
29.2
79.0

189.3
28.5
29.4
83.6

187.7
31.5
32.8
76.4

188.3
23.0
32.0
83.9

27.6
28.9
143.6

28.7
25.7
140.2

25.6
25.7
136.4

24.6
24.7
133.5

30.0
23.9
136.0

25.9
23.4
141.2

25.6
23.4
139.1

25.0
22.5
145.6

25.1
21.5
152.3

26.6
21.2
153.6

26.2
20.9
155,0

27.6
21.8
167.8

22 Total assets

2,897.2 2,906.5 2,894.2 2,903.9 2,935.2 2,942.9 2,938.2 2,959.1 2,959.7 3,001.3 2,987.8 3,010.3

23 Deposits

2,164.5 2,179.9 2,169.4 2,175.7 2,213.0 2,200.0 2,209.2 2,214.9 2,220.1 2,253.8 2,243.3 2,283.5

24 Transaction
25 Savings
26 Time

601.9
606.3
543.4
537.9
1,024.7 1,030.2

27 Borrowing .
28 Other liabilities
29 Residual (assets less liabilities) 3

24



405.3
119.9
207.5

394.2
123.1
209.3

584.5
548.8
1,036.1
393.1
119.9
211.8

591.3
608.3
545.8
551.6
1,038.6 1,053.2
406.4
109.5
212.4

393.6
115.1
213.4

588.5
553.4
1,058.1

580.2
558.3
1,070.7

410.3
116.5
216.2

396.0
115.3
217.7

584.4
578.8
562.6
560.4
1,073.5 1,075.3
404.3
120.7
219.2

395.8
124.1
219.7

601.5
567.4
1,085.0

587.7
569.8
1,085.8

626.1
570.0
1,087,4

400.4
127.5
219.6

394.1
131.5
219.0

375.6
131.4
219.8

15. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1990
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

Jan. 3

Jan. 10

Jan. 17

Jan. 24

Jan. 31

Feb. 7

Feb. 14

142,087
163,663
20,368
143 295
69,809

119 131
166,795
22 561
144 234
69,501

144 070
168,868
24 868
144 000
70,571

112 801
170,784
24 648
146 136
72,682

110 337
173,810
24 908
148 901
73,576

20,438
34,882
18,166
67,390
1,246
66,145
37,629
4,727
32,902
28,515
5,697

21 023
35,404
18 307
66,907
1 058
65,849
37,416
4,593
32,822
28,433
6,121

20 870
34,909
17 649
66,975

21 284
35,424
16 746
67,031

21 940
35,481
17 903
66,942

960

990

905

784

657

66,015
37,314
4 563
32,751
28,701
5,592

66,040
37,232
4,572
32,660
28,808
6,132

66,037
37,057
4 606
32,452
28,980
6,131

65 782
36,969
4 713
32,256
28,813
6,888

65,856
36,927
4,682
32,246
28,929
6,589

72,857
55 299
13,031
4 526
1,009,481
319 848
1,425
318 424
316,657
1 766

66,639
47 992
13,415
5 231
1,005,000
318 677
1,394
317 284
315,561
1 723

71,671
51 990
14,224
5 458
1,010,039
317 409
1,457
315 951
314 285
1 666

65,040
45 776
14,414
4 849
1,006,960
316 765
1,331
315 434
313,850
1 584

71,313
50 273
15 062
5 978
1,008,439
317 602
1,431
316 171
314,612
1 558

69,807
49 891
14 525
5 391
1,006,539
318 789
1,508
317 281
315 718
1 563

71,255
49,631
16,190
5 434
1,008,926
318 102
1,495
316 607
315,096
I 510

358 922
27,852
331 071
180,818
51,201
23,401
5 191
22,608
14,650
5 680
25,041
1,656
25,214
26 451
4,925
37 933
966,623
139,655

359 217
27,944
331 273
180,461
50 726
24,064
4 131
22,532
14 767
5 621
24,919
1,538
22,418
26 658
4,915
37 527
962,559
136 355

359 493
27,998
331 496
180,125
54 409
26,622
5 188
22,599
16 300
5 580
24 835
1,548
23 591
26 749
4 911
37 645
967,483
134 434

359 753
28,081
331 671
180,274
53 310
27,629
4,131
21,550
16 251
5 553
24,817
1,484
21,765
26 988
4,911
38 110
963,939
133 608

359 853
28,210
331 643
180,138
53 009
27,201
4 087
21,720
16 041
5 520
24,757
1,523
23,354
26 642
4,836
37 948
965,655
138 851

361 640
28,244
333 396
178,049
52 624
26,304
4 288
22,031
14 704
5 482
24 772
1,373
22,539
26 566
4,834
38 131
963,574
137 128

362 792
28,347
334,446
178,047
51,558
25,582
4,240
21,736
17,701
5 492
24,672
1,395
22,560
26,608
4,842
38,166
965,919
135,753

45 Total assets

1,557,972

1,524,505

1,559,095

1,519,335

1,533,038

1,522,438

1,529,020

46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

1,080,754
271 638
215,081
56 557
8,112
2 730
26,297
8,088

1 ,042 926
235 259
188,221
47 038
6,170
3 554
20,995
6 119

1 066 747
260 704
204 568
56 136
6,770
4 504
27,495
6 833

1,018,040
219 482
173,868
45 614
6,560
4 127
20,012
6,362

1 032 302
232 117
184,963
47 154
7,160
2 246
21,208
6 021

1 026 538
219 805
176 646
43 159
6,016
3 495
18,981
5 647

1 031,388
225,578
182,564
43,014
6,291
3,185
19,362
5,355

1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 U.S. Treasury and government securities
3 Trading account
4
Investment account
5
Mortgage-backed securities'
All other maturing in:
6
One year or less
7
Over one through five years
8
Over five years
9 Other securities
10 Trading account
11
Investment account
12
State and local government securities, by maturity . . .
13
One year or less
14
Over one year
15
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities . . . .
16 Other trading account assets
17 Federal funds sold2
18 To commercial banks
19 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
20 To others3
21 Other loans and leases, gross
22
Commercial and industrial
23
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
24
All others
25
U.S. addressees
26
Non-U S addressees
27
Real estate loans
28
Revolving, home equity
29
All other
30 To individuals for personal expenditures
31 To depository and financial institutions
32
Commercial banks in the United States
33
Banks in foreign countries
34
Nonbank depository and other financial institutions . . .
35
For purchasing and carrying securities
36 To finance agricultural production
37 To states and political subdivisions
38 To foreign governments and official institutions
39
All other loans4
40
Lease financing receivables
41 LESS: Unearned income
42
Loan and lease reserve3
43 Other loans and leases, net
44 All other assets

Deposits
Demand deposits7
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Other holders
State and political subdivisions
U S . government
Depository institutions in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions . . . . . .
Certified and officers' checks
Transaction balances other than demand deposits4 . . . .
Nontransaction balances
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Other holders
States and political subdivisions
U S government
Depository institutions in the United States
- Foreign governments, official institutions and banks . .
Liabilities for borrowed money5
Borrowings from federal reserve banks
Treasury tax-and-loan notes
Other liabilities for borrowed money 6
Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . .

69 Total liabilities
70 Residua] (total assets minus total liabilities) 7
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

MEMO
Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted, plus securities8 . .
Time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates, total9
Commercial and industrial
Other
Foreign branch credit extended to U.S. residents10
Net due to related institutions abroad




102 860
175 615
24 478
151 138
74,721
22
35
18
66

855
509
053
566

107,724
175,267
23 336
151 931
74,670
23 620
35,575
18 066
66,513

746

606

676

720

780

643

655

10,585
86,494
722 622
684,663
37,960
29,478

9 595
83,694
723 972
684,595
39,377
30 947

9 857
82,986
723 057
683,914
39 143
30 792

7,833
78,982
719 576
680,352
39,224
31 018

9 739
80,298
719 887
680,905
38,982
30 758

8 377
81,684
725 049
685,583
39,465
31 388

8,166
79,712
726 098
686,442
39,655
31,548

913

945

933

832

851

842

851

6,996
573
291,184
0
2,084
289 100
87,453

6,913
572
290,119
0
5 978
284 141
91,304

6,819
598
301,130
0
12 353
288 776
92,388

6,778
597
306,942
475
24 044
282 424
95,888

6,789
584
307,066
590
25 566
280 910
93,582

6,658
577
306,964
1,641
14 792
290 531
88,862

6,666
591
303,460
925
15,350
287,185
93,581

1,459,391

1,424,349

1,460,265

1,420,870

1,432,950

1,422,364

1,428,429

98 580

100 156

98 830

98 464

100 089

100 074

100,590

1,240,388
219,220

1,239,406
218,992

1,244,535
218,168

1,242,540
217,837

1,249,161
216,558

1,249,220
217,795

1,253,337
218,262

479
229
250

483
232
251

486
229
257

485
243
242

482
232
250

487
233
254

487
235
252

19,720
-4,984

19,201
-9,353

19,440
-12,274

19,450
-6,703

18,435
- 18,590

19,218
- 1 2 792

19,324
-8 638

25

15. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1990—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Feb. 21

Account

Feb. 28

Mar. 7

Mar. 14

Mar. 21

Mar. 28

Apr. 4

119,839
175,271
23,271
152,000
73,868

113,304
175,641
23,175
152,466
74,448

109,204
176,932
24,749
152,182
74,465

114,562
173,471
21,825
151,646
74,417

107,478
172,107
20,582
151,525
74,721

108,128
170,543
17,741
152,803
73,537

116,224
172,428
19,132
153,296
73,159

23,597
35,908
18,627
66,686
596
66,089
36,796
4,658
32,138
29,293
6,275

23,930
35,414
18,674
66,587
692
65,894
36,686
4,696
31,989
29,209
6,461

24,066
34,859
18,793
66,102
683
65,419
36,365
4,690
31,676
29,054
6,670

23,912
34,468
18,849
66,152
742
65,411
36,271
4,694
31,578
29,139
7,344

23,380
34,385
19,039
65,825
727
65,098
36,128
4,677
31,451
28,970
7,579

23,492
34,329
21,446
64,586
839
63,746
35,493
4,361
31,132
28,253
7,460

23,127
34,369
22,640
63,758
707
63,051
35,031
4,155
30,877
28,019
8,352

71,274
51,474
15,466
4,333
1,011,837
318,843
1,493
317,350
315,785
1,565

69,764
50,079
15,134
4,551
1,010,097
321,361
1,536
319,825
318,266
1,559

71,184
51,111
15,584
4,489
1,012,648
322,533
1,750
320,783
319,243
1,540

70,451
50,135
15,313
5,003
1,009,285
321,722
1,611
320,111
318,559
1,553

71,860
51,550
14,891
5,419
1,014,110
323,303
1 ,563
321,740
320,062
1,678

70,114
50,373
14,703
5,038
1,010,357
322,096
1,629
320,467
318,970
1,497

77,368
58,005
] 4,5 1 6
4,847
1,008,597
324,243
1,625
322,618
321,065
1,553

363,110
28,373
334,737
178,245
52,019
25,395
4,831
21,793
18,291
5,448
24,906
1,568
22,846
26,562
4,838
38,185
968,815
132,668

363,262
28,392
334,870
177,263
50,552
24,523
3,867
22,163
16,364
5,439
24,582
1,472
23,273
26,527
4,798
38,100
967,199
135,851

363,899
28,433
335,466
176,520
53,447
26,740
3,985
22,723
16,687
5,449
24,416
1,195
21,834
26,668
4,779
38,203
969,665
136,694

365,530
28,531
336,999
176,481
52,660
26,066
4,151
22,443
14,037
5,488
24,321
1,181
21,236
26,630
4,791
38,201
966,293
135,845

365,895
28,596
337,299
176,104
53,246
26,713
4,391
22,142
15,841
5,463
24,297
1,226
22,048
26,686
4,796
38,239
971,075
134,500

366,370
28,558
337,813
174,220
51,068
24,857
4,340
21,871
16,611
5,441
24,297
1,489
22,111
26,655
4,767
37,697
967,893
131,332

365,188
28,426
336,762
172,506
50,760
23,728
4,272
22,760
15,700
5,506
24,081
1,601
22,344
26,667
4,581
36,707
967,308
136,837

1,540,829

1,534,807

1,536,450

1,534,119

1,530,423

1,520,057

1,542,275

46 Deposits
47
Demand deposits7
48
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
49
Other holders
50
State and political subdivisions ,
51
U.S. government
52
Depository institutions in the United States
53
Banks in foreign countries
54
Foreign governments and official institutions
55
Certified and officers' checks
56 Transaction balances other than demand deposits4 . . . .
57
Nontransaction balances
58
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
59
Other holders
60
States and political subdivisions
61
U.S. government
62
Depository institutions in the United States
63
Foreign governments, official institutions and banks . .
64 Liabilities for borrowed money5
65
Borrowings from federal reserve banks
66 Treasury tax-and-loan notes
...
67
Other liabilities for borrowed money 6
68 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . .

1,040,801
234,643
183,418
51,225
6,350
3,815
24,386
7,187
822
8,665
80,104
726,054
686,647
39,408
31,375
855
6,596
582
307,934
3,755
9,405
294,774
91,689

1,039,446
233,273
185,750
47,524
6,935
2,987
22,352
5,679
669
8}902
81,235
724,937
685,518
39,419
31,498
868
6,475
577
299,908
1,613
10,569
287,726
94,481

1,035,670
221,120
177,223
43,897
5,225
3,663
20,553
5,520
614
8,322
83,096
731,453
692,360
39,093
31,205
869
6,456
562
304,393
1,673
7,150
295,571
94,872

1,039,468
227,727
182,829
44,899
5,398
3,776
20,784
5,883
870
8,187
81,750
729,991
690,716
39,275
31,336
861
6,519
559
302,595
1,844
3,512
297,239
90,257

1,027,418
216,006
173,214
42,791
6,169
1,557
19,391
6,301
921
8,453
81,077
730,334
691,058
39,276
31,252
863
6,540
622
308,421
3,031
13,724
291,665
92,950

1,031,302
220,108
176,954
43,154
5,661
2,431
19,567
6,352
647
8,497
80,619
730,575
691,235
39,340
31,328
863
6,528
621
297,795
1,741
10,625
285,428
88,978

1,055,200
234,807
185,362
49,444
5,842
6,301
21,134
6,631
728
8,809
86,100
734,293
695,154
39,139
30,939
868
6,778
555
295,013
1,607
583
292,823
89,166

69 Total liabilities

1,440,425

1,433,835

1,434,935

1,432,320

1,428,788

1,418,075

1,439,378

100,404

100,973

101,515

101,798

101,635

101,982

102,896

1,254,475
217,451
488
239
249
19,840
= 3,396

1,253,949
216,021
494
244
250
18,893
-3,972

1,255,684
220,062
504
255
249
19,226
= 5,516

1,250,503
217,045
500
250
250
19,526
= 9,576

1,253,217
217,249
502
251
250
19,511
= 5,111

1,247,831
217,126
495
238
257
19,542
-6,015

1,248,770
216,848
293
149
144
19,953
= 12,996

1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 U S Treasury and government securities
3
Trading account , .
4
Investment account
5
Mortgage- backed securities'
All other maturing in:
6
One year or less
...
7
Over one through five years
8
Over five years
....
9 Other securities . . . .
10 Trading account
11
Investment account
........
12
State and local government securities, by maturity . . .
13
One year or less
14
Over one year
15
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities . . . .
16 Other trading account assets
17 Federal funds sold2
18 To commercial banks
19 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
20 To others3
21 Other loans and leases gross
22 Commercial and industrial
....
23
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
24
All others
.
25
U,S. addressees
26
Non-U S addressees
.

....
....

27
Real estate loans
. .
28
Revolving, home equity
29
All other
30 To individuals for personal expenditures
31 To depository and financial institutions
32
Commercial banks in the United States
33
Banks in foreign countries
34
Nonbank depository and other financial institutions . . .
35 For purchasing and carrying securities
36 To finance agricultural production .
37 To states and political subdivisions
38 To foreign governments and official institutions
39
All other loans 4
40
Lease financing receivables
41 LESS: Unearned income
42
Loan and lease reserve3
43 Other loans and leases net
44 All other assets . . .
...
45 Total assets

....

70 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

7

MEMO
Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted, plus securities8 . .
Time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates totaly
Commercial and industrial
...
Other
Foreign branch credit extended to U.S. residents 10
Net due to related institutions abroad
....

26



15. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1990—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Apr. 11

Account
1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 U S Treasury and government securities
3 Trading account
....
4
Investment account
5
Mortgage -backed securities'
All other maturing in:
6
One year or less
....
7
Over one through five years
8
Over five years
....
9 Other securities
10 Trading account .
.
....
11
Investment account
12
State and local government securities, by maturity . . .
13
One year or less
14
Over one year
....
15
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities . . . .
16 Other trading account assets
....

Apr. 18

110,377
172 355
18 404
153 951
73,301

120,282
172 995
18 670
154 325
73,197

23 295
34 674
22 682
63,650

23 545
34 967
22 615
63,343

774

Apr. 25
106,684
171 667
15 155
156 512
73,618
24
35
22
63

995
254
645
155

May 2

May 9

116,576
172 608
14 996
157 612
74,326

103,220
170 811
13 227
157 584
74,420

24
35
23
62

755
091
441
878

24
35
23
62

634
111
419
837

May 16

114,431
172 516
15 390
157 126
73,986
24
35
23
63

241
346
553
023

May 23

104,176
1 74 493
14 500
159 993
77,391
23 642
35 438
23 522
62*802

895

823

847

891

807

809

62,876
34,969
4098
30,871
27,907
8 481

62,448
34,726
3 949
30,777
27,722
8 705

62 332
34,568
3 949
30 620
27,763
7 892

62 030
34,306
3 861
30 445
27,724
8 179

61 947
34,308
3 812
30 497
27,638
8 414

62 216
34,304
3 853
30 451
27,912
7 591

61 992
34,185
3 878
30 308
27,807
7 059

71,302
51,646
15 429
4,226
1 007 877
324,073
1 529
322 544
321 051
1 493

83,565
62,264
16,310
4,991
1,016 253
326,874
1 649
325 224
323,799
1 425

74 910
53,757
16 105
5,047
1 012 110
325,535
1 565
323 969
322 532
1 437

81 023
57,211
17 446
6,365
1 018 156
327,203
I 564
325 639
324 150
1 489

68 957
49,367
14 062
5,528
1 015 393
326,564
1 590
324 974
323 614
1 361

70 163
48,974
15 676
5,513
1,016 606
325,646
1 561
324 085
322,582
1 504

67 786
48,555
14 172
5,059
1 014 221
323,741
1 583
322 158
320 780
1 378

366 515
28 693
337 822
172 802
50 750
24,193
3 580
22,977
14 554
5,538
24 056
1,507
21 401
26,681
4 605
36,909
966 363
134,282

366 087
28,881
337 206
173,540
52 757
24,828
4 873
23,056
16 499
5,614
24 142
1,428
22,586
26,728
4,611
36,822
974,820
132,890

366 917
29 036
337 881
173 824
51 439
25,230
3 933
22,275
14 934
5,671
23 991
1,585
21 516
26,699
4 547
36,865
970 699
127,732

367 756
29 030
338 726
174 001
53 624
25,895
4 675
23,054
14 358
5,763
23 911
1,414
23 223
26,903
4 520
36,986
976 651
131,277

368 788
29,100
339 689
173,902
52 O i l
24,864
3 948
23,199
14 389
5,750
23 886
1,540
21,703
26,858
4,526
37,114
973,753
130,902

369 560
29,283
340 276
174,358
52 656
25,560
3,972
23,124
14,044
5,812
23,812
1,616
22,228
26,876
4,535
37,186
974,884
128,879

371 456
29,413
342 043
174,635
51 663
24,889
4278
22,497
13 382
5,863
23,748
1,474
21,227
27,033
4,562
37,168
972,491
127,849

45 Total assets

1,526,811

1,556,600

1,522,738

1,549,191

1,518,894

1,531,486

1,516,655

46 Deposits
47
Demand deposits^
48
Individuals partnerships, and corporations
,..
49
Other holders
50
State and political subdivisions .
....
51
U S government
52
Depository institutions in the United States
53
Banks in foreign countries . .
....
54
Foreign governments and official institutions
55
Certified and officers' checks
56 Transaction balances other than demand deposits4 . . . .
57
Nontransaction balances
58
Individuals partnerships and corporations
59
Other holders
60
States and political subdivisions
. ..
61
U S government
62
Depository institutions in the United States
63
Foreign governments, official institutions and banks . .
64 Liabilities for borrowed money5
65
Borrowings from federal reserve banks
66 Treasury tax-and-loan notes
67 Other liabilities for borrowed money 6
....
68 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . .

1 048 191
227 822
182 503
45 319
6 153
3 799
20,126
5 661

1,054,053
235 388
184,814
50 574
6,375
7 137
20,080
6,413

1 031 980
218 327
173 351
44 976
6,529
4007
19,195
5,601

1 ,047 738
233 276
183,432
49 844
7,279
2767
21,957
6,446

1 028,970
213 661
172,496
41 165
5,566
1,638
18,407
5,924
1,210
8,420
81,068
734,241
695 041
39,199
30,903

1,045,215
228,638
181,598
47,041
6,127
3,689
21,788
6,146

1 ,032,936
213 233
169,690
43,543
5,737
3,157
18,687
6,089

69 Total liabilities

1 7 Federal funds sold2 . . .
18 To commercial banks
.
19 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
3
20 To others
21 Other loans and leases gross
22
Commercial and industrial
23
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
24
All others
25
U S addressees
26
Non-U S addressees

....
,.,.
....
....
....

27
Real estate loans
28
Revolving home equity . . . . . . . . .
....
29
All other
30 To individuals for personal expenditures .
....
31 To depository and financial institutions
32
Commercial banks in the United States
33
Banks in foreign countries
34
Nonbank depository and other financial institutions . . .
35
For purchasing and carrying securities
. ..
36 To finance agricultural production
37 To states and political subdivisions
....
38 To foreign governments and official institutions
4
39 All other loans
....
40
Lease financing receivables
41 LESS* Unearned income
. . . .
....
42
Loan and lease reserve3
43 Other loans and leases net
44 All other assets

.

70 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

.....
7

MEMO
Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted, plus securities8 . .
Time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates, total9
Commercial and industrial
Other
.
....
Foreign branch credit extended to U.S. residents10
Net due to related institutions abroad




892

720

8,399
80,655
735,922
697,100
38,823
30,885

9,153
79,545
740,159
701,044
39,115
31,014

595

784

606

960

8,985
86,074
734 295
695 015
39,280
31 064

9,785
89,232
729 432
690 538
38,894
30,550

9,039
83,580
730 073
691 026
39,047
30 709

849

849

10,436
82,643
731 819
692 894
38,925
30 648

856

814

825

818

6,815
546
290 150
1,592
396
288 162
85,386

6,962
534
315 009
1,056
26,318
287 634
85,184

6,943
545
300 747
176
27,184
273 387
87,443

6,879
542
309 222
215
26,816
282,190
89,818

6,952
531
295,901
360
22,165
273,377
91,170

6,572
540
293,106
565
10,838
281,703
90,503

6,751
531
288,985
720
9,375
278,890
91,877

1,423,728

1,454,245

1,420,170

1,446,778

1,416,041

1,428,825

1,413,799

103,084

102,354

102,568

102,413

102,853

102,661

102,857

1,247,826
216,015
292
147
146
19,934
- 10,097

1,257,769
213,903
284
138
146
19,576
-9,138

1,250,746
214,215
289
137
152
19,747
-5,437

1,259,738
214,245
295
143
153
19,707
-2,116

1,252,181
215,464
292
139
152
19,750
-915

1,255,365
214,931
295
143
152
20,407
1,074

1,252,916
215,304
289
160
129
20,210
2,113

856

27

15. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1990—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

May 30

1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 U.S. Treasury and government securities
3 Trading account
4
Investment account
5
Mortgage- backed securities'
All other maturing in:
6
One year or less
7
Over one through five years
8
Over five years
,
.
9 Other securities
...
...
10 Trading account
11
Investment account
12
State and local government securities, by maturity . . .
13
One year or less
14
Over one year
15
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities . . . .
16 Other trading account assets

June 6

June 13

June 27 |

June 20

July 4

July 11

123,112
173,381
13,099
160,283
77,654

112,508
178,507
17 635
160,873
77 848

114,579
177,647
16,592
161,054
78 175

111,026
179,098
17,551
161,547
78,865

113,112
174,677
13,895
160,783
78 294

125,819
176,873
16,242
160,631
78 645

109,788
176,828
16,183
160,646
78,993

23,356
35,514
23,759
62,709

23 181
35 937
23,907
62 535

23 131
35,952
23,796
62,241

23 057
35,816
23,808
62,423

21,934
35,193
24,860
62,071
1,144
60,926
32,477
3,467
29,011
28,449
8 287

21,784
35,209
24,660
62,064
1,056
61,008
32,363
3,529
28,834
28,645
8 673

787

781

864

943

61,922
34,022
3,885
30,137
27,900
7,495

61 754
33,745
3 859
29,886
28,009
8 438

61,376
33,412
3,893
29,519
27,965
8 634

61,481
33,272
3,814
29,458
28,209
8 541

22,907
35,624
23,958
62,485
1,467
61,017
33,024
3,714
29,310
27,993
8 309

70,429
51,497
13,390
5,542
1 015,587
322,975
1,604
321,370
320 013
1,357

69 815
48 632
15 316
5 867
1 016 118
323 463
1 777
321 685
320 387
1 298

75 395
53,566
16 152
5,677
1 015 334
322,589
1 680
320,909
319 609
1 300

79 393
57,645
16 464
5,285
1 017 408
323,658
1 678
321,980
320 710
1,270

78 847
59,643
14 084
5,120
1 014 842
322,144
1 687
320,457
319 202
1,254

76 918
58,799
13 948
4,170
1,016 818
323,149
1 600
321,550
320 126
1,424

74 059
55,111
14,640
4,308
1,013 085
322,040
1 559
320,481
3 1 8 950
1,531

372,103
29,594
342 508
174,432
52,593
24,540
5 220
22,833
13 526
5,875
23 716
1,497
21,873
26 997
4,543
36927
974,117
129 024

373 160
29 700
343 460
172 817
51,841
23 847
4 313
23,680
14 827
5 918
23 675
1,442
22 347
26 629
4 559
36 804
974 755
130 309

374,146
29 839
344 307
172 967
50,889
23 042
4 440
23,408
14481
5,966
23 549
1,608
22 559
26 579
4 566
36 729
974 039
130 283

374,557
30 005
344 552
173 587
49,969
22 278
3 874
23,817
14 915
6029
23 463
1,462
23 187
26 580
4 565
36 638
976 205
129 728

374,255
30 151
344 104
174 039
49,018
21 383
4096
23,539
15 768
6025
23 221
1,378
22 374
26 621
4 583
36 347
973 912
133 521

376,059
30206
345 853
171 754
49,441
21 938
4 322
23,181
13 712
6 123
23 126
1,439
25 304
26 711
4433
34 837
977 548
138 413

376,566
30 362
346 205
171 739
49,661
21 696
4 240
23,726
13 495
6,155
22 808
1,477
22 460
26 683
4 435
34 676
973 974
134 741

45 Total assets

1,540,267

1 ,536 867

1,542,816

1,546,414

1 544,863

1,565,930

1,540,127

46 Deposits
47
Demand deposits7
48
Individuals partnerships, and corporations
49
Other holders
50
State and political subdivisions
51
U.S. government
52
Depository institutions in the United States
53
Banks in foreign countries
54
Foreign governments and official institutions
55
Certified and officers' checks
56 Transaction balances other than demand deposits4 . . . .
57
Nontransaction balances
58
Individuals partnerships, and corporations
59
Other holders
60
States and political subdivisions
61
U.S government
62
Depository institutions in the United States
63
Foreign governments, official institutions and banks . .
64 Liabilities for borrowed money5
65 Borrowings from federal reserve banks . .
66 Treasury tax-and-Ioan notes
67
Other liabilities for borrowed money6
68 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . .

1 055 576
234,580
183,272
51,309
6,133
1 472
23,849
7,385
818
11,652
80,102
740,894
701,937
38 957
30,897

1 052 368
224 465
179 130
45 335
5 967
2 870
20,506
5 840
653
9 499
83,389
744 515
705 901
38 614
30 732

1 051 532
224 589
181 988
42,601
5 467
2 187
19,037
5 953
686
9 272
81,781
745 162
706 835
38 327
30 483

1 047 104
224 528
177 310
47,217
6 744
6 383
19,936
5 207
649
8 299
80,109
742 467
703 853
38 613
30975

1 042 457
221 391
174 322
47,069
6 275
3 563
19,707
6 172
633
10 719
79,048
742 018
703 490
38 528
30 896

1 086 380
249 536
199 829
49,707
6 767
2 164
24,938
6 313
706
8 820
83,216
753 628
717 102
36 527
29 009

1 055 342
222,616
179 881
42 735
5 732
1 138
19,891
5 521
681
7 772
79,544
753 182
716 501
36 681
29 124

797

150

7 670
280,188
93,482

3 236
287,660
89,763

69 Total liabilities

1,437,714

1 433 178

102 554

17 Federal funds sold2
18 To commercial banks
19 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
20 To others3
21 Other loans and leases gross
. ..
22 Commercial and industrial
23
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
24
All others
25
U.S addressees
26
Non-U.S. addressees
27
Real estate loans
28
Revolving home equity .
....
29
All other
30 To individuals for personal expenditures . .
31
To depository and financial institutions
32
Commercial banks in the United States .
. . .
33
Banks in foreign countries
34
Nonbank depository and other financial institutions . . .
35
For purchasing and carrying securities
36 To finance agricultural production
37 To states and political subdivisions
38 To foreign governments and official institutions
39
All other loans4
40
Lease financing receivables
41 LESS: Unearned income . . . .
....
42
Loan and lease reserve3
43 Other loans and leases, net . .
....
44 All other assets

70 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

7

MEMO
Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted, plus securities8 . .
Time deposits in amounts of $100 000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates, total9
Commercial and industrial
Other
Foreign branch credit extended to U.S. residents10
Net due to related institutions abroad

28



809

798

802

808

805

823

825

6,721
529
288,655

6 549
534
291 046

6,501
541
297 247
5 032
1 674
290,541
89,945

6,330
500
306 266

6,329
497
305 129

6 198
497
285 002

6,250
482
291 236

25

20

o

22 329
283,936
88,861

21 637
283,467
93,239

2 313
282,669
90,436

3 923
287,313
88,676

1 438 723

1 442 230

1 440 825

1 461 818

103 689

104 093

104 184

104 038

104 111

104 873

1,253,565
214,996

1,262,934
215 000

1,262,643
213 880

1,266,941
213 266

1,258,134
212 756

1,260,230
215 447

1,257,902
215 742

311
161
149

312
161
151

304
156
148

277
156
120

273
155
118

329
144
184

319
140
179

20,281
2 383

20,134
— 2 595

19,820
-2 492

0

19,509
-3 501

19,223
- 1 399

19,839
-6 870

1,435 254

19,609
-4 164

15. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1990—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
July 25

|

Aug. 1

Aug. 29

Account

July 18 |

1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 U S Treasury and government securities
3
Trading account . .
,.
4
Investment account
5
Mortgage- backed securities'
.
....
All other maturing in:
6
One year or less
,.
7
Over one through five years
8
Over five years
9 Other securities
.
...
....
10 Trading account
11
Investment account
12
State and local government securities, by maturity . . .
13
One year or less
14
Over one year
..
15
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities . . . .
16 Other trading account assets
..

107,719
180 219
19,804
160,415
78 772

105,963
178 289
18,782
159,507
78 811

123,900
181 523
19 760
161,762
79 388

106,375
178 964
16 563
162,401
80 242

119,375
182 604
19 738
162,866
79 762

21 251
35,550
24 842
61 911

20,252
35,904
24 541
61,601

18 681
37976
25 502
61 847

18 475
39418
25 210
61 705

825

709

708

772

981

947

61 086
32,340
3 520
28,820
28,747
8 438

60 892
32,311
3 531
28,780
28,581
8,247

19 791
37 313
25 271
62 886
1,813
61 073
32,138
3 616
28 522
28,935
8 548

61 140
32,155
3 632
28 524
28,984
9 817

60 934
32,121
3 667
28 454
28,813
10 685

61 017
32,057
3 686
28 371
28,960
10 195

61,243
32,032
3,701
28,331
29,211
10,826

17 Federal funds sold2
18 To commercial banks
...
....
19 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
3
20 To others . . . .
..
...
...
21 Other loans and leases, gross
22 Commercial and industrial . .
...
...
23
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper . . . . . . .
24
All others
25
U.S. addressees
26
Non-U S. addressees

78 089
56 283
17,196
4 610
1,016,564
321 395
1,603
319 792
318,396
1 396

78 580
56,049
17,967
4,564
1,014,008
319 842
1,592
318,251
316,799
1,452

87 589
59 363
22,540
5 686
1,018,026
320 878
1,558
319 320
317,817
1 503

85 450
56 821
22,973
5 656
1,017,086
320 244
1,624
318 620
317 184
1 436

98 368
68 717
23,529
6 123
1,023,112
322 210
1,710
320 500
319 089
1 411

83 717
55 767
22,373
5 578
1,021,300
320 239
1,623
318 616
317,200
1 416

75,566
50,396
19,439
5,731
1,017,144
317,843
1,579
316,264
314,872
1,392

27
Real estate loans
..
28
Revolving, home equity
29
All other .
30 To individuals for personal expenditures
31
To depository and financial institutions
32
Commercial banks in the United States
33
Banks in foreign countries
34 Nonbank depository and other financial institutions . . .
35 For purchasing and carrying securities
..
36 To finance agricultural production
37 To states and political subdivisions
38
To foreign governments and official institutions
39 All other loans4
40
Lease financing receivables .
41 LESS' Unearned income
42
Loan and lease reserve3 . . . .
43 Other loans and leases net
44 A l l other assets . . .
. . .

377 365
30,482
346 883
171,988
50 816
23,079
4 085
23,652
14 542
6,162
22 725
1,532
23 154
26 885
4 462
34,752
977 350
129,698

378 058
30,573
347 485
172,407
49 458
23,031
3 543
22,884
14 924
6,176
22 666
1,455
22 166
26,856
4458
34,673
974 877
127,652

379 105
30,746
348 359
172,665
49 684
21 901
3 957
23,825
14 848
6,135
22 606
1,481
23 812
26 811
4 422
34,534
979 070
130,449

379 792
30,854
348 938
172,775
49 286
21 769
3 650
23,867
15 139
6 153
22 569
1,409
22 899
26 820
4 433
34 475
978 178
129,482

380 771
31,025
349 745
173,126
52 158
23 059
4 921
24,178
14 234
6,174
22 491
1,591
23 499
26 859
4 443
34,504
984 164
133 771

380 541
31,187
349 354
173,723
51 588
23,487
4 907
23,194
15 434
6,099
22 449
1,405
22 895
26,928
4460
34,446
982 393
131,450

379,600
31,326
348,273
174,477
51,352
23,985
4,158
23,209
14,262
6,082
22,358
1,449
22,636
27,084
4,469
34,686
977,989
133,368

45 Total assets . . .

1,543,423

1,535,211

1,573,966

1,550,113

1,590,673

1,558,094

1,546,325

46 Deposits
.
47
Demand deposits7
48
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
49
Other holders
50
State and political subdivisions
...
...
51
U.S. government
52
Depository institutions in the United States . . . .
53
Banks in foreign countries
54
Foreign governments and official institutions
55
Certified and officers' checks
56 Transaction balances other than demand deposits4 . . . .
57 Nontrans action balances
58
Individuals, partnerships and corporations
59
Other holders
60
States and political subdivisions
61
U S government
62
Depository institutions in the United States
63
Foreign governments, official institutions and banks . .
64 Liabilities for borrowed money5
. ..
65
Borrowings from federal reserve banks
66 Treasury tax-and-loan notes
67
Other liabilities for borrowed money6
68 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . .

1,056,801
225 317
178,181
47,136
6222
4,258
20,709
5 902
702
9 343
78,418
753,066
716 667
36 398
28 848

1,044,625
215 Oil
171,249
43,762
6,281
2,660
20,003
5 611
586
8 622
77,468
752,146
715,657
36 490
28 713

1,077,167
242 829
190,284
52,545
7 393
2,415
25,325
6 650
961
9 801
80,364
753,974
717 082
36 893
28 827
1 171
6,422
473
297 183

1 ,049 966
215 541
175,591
39,949
5 610
1,392
18 683
4 970
681
8 614
80,295
754,131
717 474
36 656
28 967

1,082,802
244 597
195,514
49,083
6 081
2,608
24,921
6 231
1,375
7 868
79,805
758,400
721 663
36 738
29 034

1,045,611
213 435
172,178
41,257
5,956
1,261
18,604
6 363
857
8 216
78,323
753,852
716993
36 859
29 094

1,043,377
213,251
171,072
42,179
5,398
1,440
18,838
6,205
810
9,489
77,473
752,653
715,542
37,111
29,362

100

785

10,008
287 176
95,020

12,448
287 236
95,411

69 Total liabilities . . . .
70 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

Aug. 22 |
107,108
181 231
17 533
163,698
79 835
18
39
25
61

383
957
524
999

103,512
182 874
17,154
165,721
81,312
18,415
40,275
25 719
62,190

885

886

884

884

6,343
475
310 834

6,406
459
299,989

14,864
295 186
92,349

6,429
452
312 359
6 787
21,737
283 835
95,054

1,445,161

1,485,985

1,453,023

1,441,024

104,596

104,952

104,688

105,071

105,300

1,261,646
215 486

1,277,307
215 229

1,274,575
214 678

1,284,698
214 568

1,279,188
213 507

1,274,218
2 1 3 048

328
145
183

282
137
145

285
140
145

283
138
146

287
135
151

296
144
152

20,052
449

20,110
1 914

20,654
2 827

841

7,953
283 545
90,523

6,465
470
293 489
1 490
12,030
279,968
92,663
1,430,777

1,469,370

104,602

104,434

1,265,859
215 653

328
145
182
20,027
-23

o

Aug. 15

6,349
456
299 784

837
6,249
465
291 498

1,438,822
7

MEMO
Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted, plus securities8 . .
Time deposits in amounts of $100 000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates, total9
Commercial and industrial
..
Other
10
Foreign branch credit extended to U.S. residents
Net due to related institutions abroad
..
...




Aug. 8

o

20,493
-3 227

20,461
-1 352

0

22,471
277,519
97,658

20,872
2,939

29

15. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1990—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Sept. 5

Account
1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 U S Treasury and government securities
3 Trading account
...
4
Investment account
5
Mortgage-backed securities'
All other maturing in:
6
One year or less
7
Over one through five years
8
Over five years
9 Other securities . .
...
10 Trading account
11
Investment account
12
State and local government securities, by maturity . . .
13
One year or less
14
Over one year
. ...
..
15
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities . . . .
16 Other trading account assets . . .
17 Federal funds sold2
...
18 To commercial banks
19 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
20 To others3 . . . .
21 Other loans and leases, gross
22
Commercial and industrial
23
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
24
All others
25
U.S addressees
26
Non-LJ.S. addressees
27
Real estate loans
,
28
Revolving home equity
.
...
29
All other
30 To individuals for personal expenditures
31
To depository and financial institutions
32
Commercial banks in the United States
33
Banks in foreign countries .
34
Nonbank depository and other financial institutions . . .
35
For purchasing and carrying securities
36 To finance agricultural production
37
To states and political subdivisions
38
To foreign governments and official institutions
39 All other loans4 .
..
40
Lease financing receivables
41 LESS: Unearned income
.
42
Loan and lease reserve3
43 Other loans and leases net
44 All other assets

Sept. 12

Sept. 19

Sept. 26

Oct. 3

Oct. 10

124,336
184 896
18 954
165,942
81,082

108,196
183 834
17,974
165,860
81,077

107,122
185 628
19 012
166,616
81 863

110,139
177 578
10,561
167,017
81,819

109,016
183 397
17 537
165,861
81 383

120,159
1 84 245
18,494
165,751
81,223

18 136
40,240
26484
61,665

17 768
40,466
26 549
61,555

17 458
40,863
26432
61,796

15 603
41,344
27 531
61,680
1 055
60 624
31,881
3 811
28070
28,743
10 330

15,594
41,418
27,517
61,471
1,140
60,331
31,800
3 784
28,016
28,531
10,132

775

684

971

60,890
31,959
3 707
28,252
28,930
10,489

60,872
31,967
3 727
28,240
28,905
10,158

60 825
31,980
3 742
28,238
28,845
10059

17 050
41,165
26 983
61,285
1 007
60,278
32,027
3 731
28,296
28,251
9,390

92 303
64,830
20,323
7,150
1,021,524
318 157
1,720
316 437
314 925
1,512

81,445
56,520
19,631
5,295
1,014,461
317 481
1,622
315 859
314,448
1,412

83 064
56,873
19,647
6 544
1,016,775
318 544
1 737
316 807
315 183
1,624

70,611
49,511
15,477
5 624
1,013,649
317 179
1,622
315 557
314,056
1,501

77 845
55,804
17,004
5 037
1,016,999
319 303
1,598
317 705
316 173
1,531

73 147
51,161
17,511
4,476
1,015,649
317,525
1,671
315 854
314,463
1,391

379,704
31 384
348,320
173 166
52,356
23 917
4,420
24,019
16,600
6087
22,312
1,639
24,355
27 148
4,436
34 539
982 549
138,121

380,812
31 502
349,311
173,217
49,470
21 402
4,264
23,804
13,962
6 123
22,200
1,412
22 889
26 893
4 440
34 394
975,627
135,431

381,308
31 656
349,652
173 507
49,039
21 328
4419
23,292
14 801
6 126
22,137
1,330
23 139
26 846
4 453
34 272
978 050
136,692

381,638
31,863
349,776
173,523
48,129
21 402
3,918
22,809
13,289
6 140
22,052
1,476
23,281
26 941
4,435
34042
975,173
137,404

382,070
32 195
349,875
173 613
47,781
20 887
3,698
23,196
14515
6 124
21,870
1,400
22920
27 403
4370
34 383
978 246
143,001

382,529
32,356
350,173
173,344
49,332
21 670
4,374
23,287
13,922
6 H4
21,832
1,483
22,132
27 417
4,349
34 919
976,382
140,769

45 Total assets

1,594,359

1,556,245

1,562,412

1,541,580

1,563,514

1,566,305

46 Deposits
47
Demand deposits7
..
48
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
49
Other holders
50
State and political subdivisions
51
U S government
52
Depository institutions in the United States
53
Banks in foreign countries
54
Foreign governments and official institutions
55
Certified and officers' checks
...
56 Transaction balances other than demand deposits4 . . . .
57
Nontransaction balances
. ..
58
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
59
Other holders
60
States and political subdivisions
61
U S . government
. ..
62
Depository institutions in the United States
63
Foreign governments, official institutions and banks . .
64 Liabilities for borrowed money 5
65
Borrowings from federal reserve banks
66 Treasury tax-and-loan notes
...
67
Other liabilities for borrowed money6
68 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . .

1,079,640
241 388
191,377
50 O i l
5,895
1 687
24,515
6 691
1,402
9 820
83,215
755 036
718,397
36 640
28,958

1 ,055 784
221 467
179 548
41 919
5,539
2 051
19 506
6 211
932
7 680
80,870
753 447
716 816
36 631
28 955

1 049,668
220 715
175 257
45 458
6,901
3 508
19,612
5 768
1,129
8 540
78,941
750 012
713 999
36 013
28 483

1,047,182
221 807
173,803
48 004
7,464
1 593
20,343
6 598
1,273
10 733
76,989
748 386
712,466
35 920
28,478

112

779

796

808

6,456
454
310,056
2,102
12 528
295 426
99,433

6,451
446
300,290
0
17 216
283 074
94,509

6,283
451
309,789
3,355
30464
275 970
97,580

6,189
445
289,877
0
26,493
263 385
99,483

1 ,062,072
225 330
179,712
45 618
6,175
1 898
21,826
6 187
753
8 777
81,621
755 122
719,051
36071
28,243
I 022
6,012
794
298,304
120
8 065
290 118
98,276

1 ,069,379
233 488
185,350
48 138
6,500
1 394
24,636
6,405
670
8,534
80,466
755,424
719,015
36,409
28,631
1,007
5,965
805
292,729
0
5,195
287,534
99,293

69 Total liabilities . . .

1,489,129

1,450,583

1,457,037

1,436,543

1,458,651

1,461,401

105 230

105 662

105 374

105 037

104 863

104 905

1,282,130
211,928
289
140

1,273,530
211,790
291
141

1,279,122
209,958
300
149

1,261,601
207,814
288
151

1,273,559
207,786
284
139

1,271,814
207,407
286
140

.

70 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities) 7
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

MEMO
Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted, plus securities8 . .
Time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates, total9
Commercial and industrial
Other
Foreign branch credit extended to U.S. residents10
Net due to related institutions abroad

30




149

150

21,144
2 001

21,730
-3 176

150
21,726
-1 965

137
21,985
2 899

145
22,178
-2 905

146
22,451
838

15. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1990—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Oct. 17

Account
1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 U.S. Treasury and government securities
3
Trading account
4
Investment account
5
Mortgage-backed securities'
All other maturing in:
6
One year or less
7
Over one through five years
8
Over five years
9 Other securities
..
10 Trading account
11
Investment account
..
12
State and local government securities, by maturity . . .
13
One year or less
14
Over one year
15
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities . . . .
16 Other trading account assets

Oct. 24

Oct. 31

Nov. 7

Nov. 14

Nov. 21

103,111
184,854
18,718
166 136
81,592

97,192
182,484
16 108
166 376
81,913

106,680
183,865
16 141
167 723
81,854

98,474
184 735
16 783
167 952
81,896

124,953
183,490
15 538
167 952
81,775

106,231
183 415
16 186
167 229
81,891

15,235
41 936
27,371
61 094
1,079
60,015
31,751
3,773
27,979
28,264
9 976

15,299
41 777
27,388
61 068
1,166
59 902
31,675
3 795
27,880
28,227
9 176

15,203
41 831
28,836
61 222
1,376
59 846
31,481
3 792
27,689
28,365
9 512

15 213
41 917
28 927
60 759
1 364
59 396
31,170
3 797
27,373
28,226
9 565

15 046
42 086
29 045
60 674
1,406
59 268
30,958
3 753
27,206
28,310
9 192

15 281
41 659
28 398
60 361
1,406
58 955
30,648
3 646
27,002
28,307
8 382

74 692
52,328
18,158
4,207
1 018 710
318,164
1,646
316,517
315,111
1,406

70955
47,929
18,186
4 840
1 017 138
318,490
1,606
316,884
315 240
1,643

80 832
58,260
17,973
4,599
1 020 855
319,662
1,574
318,088
216 530
1,558

73 887
50 062
18,613
5 212
1 017 113
319 696
1,520
318,175
316 713
1,462

77 146
55,135
17,690
4,320
1 021 001
318,958
1,488
317,470
315,827
1,643

72 637
49,927
18,158
4,552
1 020 5 1 8
319,321
1,339
317,983
316,523
1,460

383 332
32,923
350,408
173,422
50,500
23,282
4,337
22,881
13,980
6,154
21 848
1,490
22 394
27,428
4 329
35,326
979 056
137,639

382 922
32,899
350,023
173,570
50,099
23,672
3,850
22,577
13,870
6 166
21 694
1,357
21 572
27,400
4 322
35,410
977 406
135,757

383 393
32,977
350,416
173,537
51,231
23,091
4,555
23,584
14,431
6,128
21 771
1,310
22 006
27,386
4 268
35,785
980,802
140,061

384 287
32,957
351 330
172,340
50,139
22,700
3,850
23,588
12,977
6 063
21 646
1,352
21 273
27,341
4 251
35,881
976 980
139,382

385 023
33,086
351,937
172,435
51,338
23,072
4,277
23,989
14,020
6,040
21 612
1,431
22,729
27,414
4 244
35,911
980,847
139,837

385 645
33,145
352,500
172,645
51,095
23,832
4,056
23,207
13,061
5,918
21,513
1,493
22,462
27,364
4,234
35,965
980,319
141,364

45 Total assets

1,550,421

1,534,038

1,562,974

1,543,784

1,576,139

1,552,709

46 Deposits
47
Demand deposits7
48
Individuals partnerships and corporations
49
Other holders
50
State and political subdivisions .
51
U S government
..
52
Depository institutions in the United States
53
Banks in foreign countries . . . .
54
Foreign governments and official institutions
55
Certified and officers' checks . .
56 Transaction balances other than demand deposits4 . . . .
57
Nontransaction balances
58
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
59
Other holders
60
States and political subdivisions
61
U S government
.
...
62
Depository institutions in the United States
63
Foreign governments, official institutions and banks . .
64 Liabilities for borrowed money5
65 Borrowings from federal reserve banks
. ...
66 Treasury tax-and-loan notes
67
Other liabilities for borrowed money6
68 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . .

1 055 920
221,772
178,171
43 601
6,111
1,382
21 874
5,763

1 039 976
208,206
168,163
40043
6,153
1,469
18 538
5,218

1 059 324
224,812
179,719
45 093
6,952
2,117
20 547
6,069

1 050 955
213,880
173,717
40 163
5,904
1,427
18 678
5,668

1 ,070,469
234,321
188,673
45,648
5,837
1,593
23,771
6,024

1 056,358
221,678
178,044
43,633
7,280
2,070
19,568
5,769

0

0

179

0

227

0

11 878
278,426
100,030

23 856
266,020
99,868

23,602
272,865
102,310

9 345
278,922
100,163

9,558
291,347
99,784

13,135
276,136
102,976

69 Total liabilities

1,446,254

1,429,719

1,458,280

1,439,386

1,471,385

1,448,605
104,104
1,271,554
206,770
278
152

17 Federal funds sold2
1 8 To commercial banks
19 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
20
To others3
2,1 Other loans and leases gross
22
Commercial and industrial
23
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
24
All others
25
U S addressees
26
Non-U.S. addressees
27
Real estate loans
28
Revolving, home equity
29
All other
30 To individuals for personal expenditures
31 To depository and financial institutions
32
Commercial banks in the United States
33
Banks in foreign countries
34 Nonbank depository and other financial institutions . . .
35
For purchasing and carrying securities
36 To finance agricultural production
37 To states and political subdivisions
38 To foreign governments and official institutions
39
All other loans4
40
Lease financing receivables
41 LESS' Unearned income
42
Loan and lease reserve3
43 Other loans and leases net
44 All other assets

70 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

7

MEMO
Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted, plus securities8 . .
Time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates, total9
Commercial and industrial
Other
Foreign branch credit extended to U.S. residents10
Net due to related institutions abroad




749

662

565

648

538

590

7,722
79,176
754,972
718,578
36 394
28,489
1,012
6,087
807
290,304

8,004
77,582
754,187
717,827
36 359
28,536
1,017
6,004
802
289,876

8,842
79,396
755,116
718,826
36 290
28,391
1,019
6,080
799
296,646

7,839
80,723
756,353
720,352
36 000
28,501
1,010
6,050
439
288,267

7,886
79,712
756,436
720,473
35,963
28,508
1,004
6,001
450
301,132

8,356
79,698
754,983
718,926
36,056
28,675
1,016
5,919
447
289,271

104,167

104,319

104,695

104,397

104,754

1,273,716
208,526
286
141

1,269,220
208,955
288
142

1,274,935
209,092
280
138

1,273,298
208,745
277
136

1,273,295
207,580
281
150

146

146

142

140

131

125

22,075
3,591

22,426
5 497

22,276
6,897

21,964
4,270

22,447
5,881

22,638
5,036

31

15. Assets and liabilities of all large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1990—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Nov. 28

Account
1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 U S Treasury and government securities
3 Trading account .
4
Investment account
5
Mortgage- backed securities'
All other maturing in:
6
One year or less . .
.
7
Over one through five years
8
Over five years
9 Other securities
10 Trading account
11
Investment account
12
State and local government securities, by maturity . . .
13
One year or less .
14
Over one year
15
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities . . . .
16 Other trading account assets
17 Federal funds sold2 .
18 To commercial banks
19 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
20 To others3
21 Other loans and leases gross . . .
22 Commercial and industrial
23
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
24
All others
25
U.S. addressees
26
Non-U S addressees
27
Real estate loans
28
Revolving, home equity
29
All other
30 To individuals for personal expenditures
31 To depository and financial institutions
32
Commercial banks in the United States
33
Banks in foreign countries
34
Nonbank depository and other financial institutions . . .
35
For purchasing and carrying securities
36 To finance agricultural production
37
To states and political subdivisions . ,
38 To foreign governments and official institutions
39
All other loans4
40
Lease financing receivables
41 LESS: Unearned income
42
Loan and lease reserve3
43 Other loans and leases, net
44 All other assets
.

Dec. 5

Dec. 12

Dec. 19

Dec. 26

Adjustment
bank"

107,638
180 592
14,279
166 313
81,160

107,373
181 877
16,000
165 876
81,153

107,253
179 347
14,185
165 162
80,291

108,076
176 066
12,603
J63 463
78,889

105,363
1 74 474
1 1 ,546
162 928
78,806

1,656
2 697

15 297
41 501
28 355
60 359
1,529
58 830
30,464
3 649
26,816
28,366
8 739

15,705
40 341
28,678
60 051
1,355
58 696
30,102
3 650
26,452
28,594
8 678

15,986
40 311
28,573
59 564

16,283
39 132
28,707
59 586
1,271
58 316
29,424
3,560
25,865
28,891
8 808

685
403
143
890

58 654
29,937
3 628
26,309
28,717
8 358

16 295
39 827
28,453
59 503
1,085
58 418
29,519
3 589
25,930
28,899
9075

71 120
47,931
19,055
4,134
1 018 877
317,759
1 384
316,376
314 955
1 421

76 221
54,011
18,173
4,037
1 021 534
319,110
1 493
317,617
316 175
1 442

75 508
50,516
21,252
3,740
1 019 132
317,123
1 380
315,744
314 316
1 428

75 337
50,425
20,389
4 524
1 023 754
316,125
1 319
314,806
313 430
1 376

75 477
52,444
18,899
4,135
1 023 756
317,375
1 363
316,012
314 600
1 412

2 275
2,227
48
0
17 236
4,488
1
4,487
4,487

388 358
33,215
355 143
173 806
49,801
21 836
4,309
23,656
12 726
5,814
21 327
1,563
21 330
27 285
4,163
36 066
978,903
143 932

389 596
33,462
356 134
175 092
51 271
23 593
3,869
23,808
13 250
5,845
21 159
1,260
23 094
27 063
4,145
35 930
983,680
147 616

388 689
33,613
355,076
174 956
50,354
22 490
4,015
23,849
12 897
5,907
20 796
1,403
24 306
27 074
4,099
35 747
983,911
153 038

8 167
954
7,213
3 784

43
585
16,608
I 996

384 635
33,213
351 422
173 019
51,029
23 919
4,126
22,984
14025
5,855
21 443
1,402
22 384
27 326
4,215
35 923
978,739
142 956

387 624
33,594
354,030
173 427
51,037
23 004
4,205
23,828
12068
5,819
21 406
1,489
22 223
27 331
4,171
36 039
981,324
144 570 •

910

4
2 694
1,463

889
539
67

471
351
399

o

14

o
0

14
9
94
26!
0
366

53

45 Total assets

1,550,143

1,560,093

1,552,865

1,559,354

1,560,657

26,521

46 Deposits
47
Demand deposits7
48
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
49
Other holders
50
State and political subdivisions
51
U.S. government
52
Depository institutions in the United States
53
Banks in foreign countries
54
Foreign governments and official institutions
55
Certified and officers' checks
56 Transaction balances other than demand deposits4 . . . .
57
Nontransaction balances
58
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
59
Other holders
60
States and political subdivisions
61
U.S. government
,
62
Depository institutions in the United States
63
Foreign governments, official institutions and banks . .
64 Liabilities for borrowed money5
65
Borrowings from federal reserve banks
66 Treasury tax-and-loan notes
67
Other liabilities for borrowed money6
68 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . .

1 049 554
217 216
173,858
43 358
6 506
1 038
19 907
5 335
638
9 934
78,354
753 984
717,964
36 020
28,698
1 020
5 856
445
291 259
0
16 244
275,016
104,733

1 069 154
226 104
182,073
44 031
6 894
1,661
20469
5 145
769
9093
83,298
759 751
724,003
35 748
28,539
1 015
5 751
443
282 059
0
4 769
277,291
104,351

1 064 851
224 617
181,130
43 487
6 739
1 449
19 542
6 455
502
8 798
81,456
758 779
722,831
35 948
28,750
1 008
5 740
451
278 273
90
4 851
273,332
104,578

1 071 887
231 260
184 940
46 321
7 460
1 811
21 839
5 536
791
8 885
82,666
757 961
722,851
35 110
27 993
1 007
5 641
469
279 310
0
23 207
256,103
103,332

1 077 734
238 507
191,864
46 644
7 489
1 626
21 185
5 731
557
10 055
82,640
756 586
721,937
34 649
27,524
1 004
5 598
524
272 949
2,556
25 465
244,928
103,556

22 127
3 707
3,327

69 Total liabilities

1,445,546

1 455,565

1,447,703

1,454,529

1 454,239

25,024

104,596

104,529

105 162

104 825

106,419

1,496

1,267,837
206,092
263

1,271,346
205,545
250

1,269,557
204,844
259

1,269,718
202,159
263

1,267,168
201,649
267

21,270
2,222
0

o

70 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)
71
72
73
74
75
76
77

7

MEMO
Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted, plus securities8 . .
Time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates total9
Commercial and industrial
Other
Foreign branch credit extended to U.S. residents10
Net due to related institutions abroad

32



140
123

135
115

135
124

139
124

151
116

22,458
3 927

22,033
3 780

21,602
3 579

21,883
= 2 554

21,911
= 6 733

379
73
16
104
1
0
185
2,159
16 261
15,693
568

516
3
49
0
2 691
0

o

2,691
207

0

16. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19901
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account
1 Cash and balances due from depository
institutions
2 U.S. Treasury and government agency
securities
3 Other securities
4 Federal funds sold1
6 To others2
7 Other loans and leases, gross
8 Commercial and industrial
9
Bankers acceptances and commercial
paper
10
AD other
11
U.S. addressees
12
Non U S addressees
13 Real estate loans
14 Loans to depository and financial
institutions
15 Commercial banks in United States . . . .
16
Banks in foreign countries
17
Nonbank depository and other
financial institutions
18 For purchasing and carrying securities . .
19 To foreign governments and official
institutions
20 All other loans . . .
.
21 Other assets (claims on nonrelated
parties)
3

22 Total assets

23 Deposits or credit balances due to other
than directly related institutions
24 Demand deposits4
25
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
26
Other
27 Nontransaction accounts
28
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
29
Other
30
Borrowings from other than directly
related institutions
31 Federal funds purchased5
32 From commercial banks in the
United States
33 From others
34 Other liabilities for borrowed money . . . .
35 To commercial banks in the
United States . .
36 To others
37 Other liabilities and subordinated notes
and debentures

Jan. 3 Jan. 10 Jan. 17 Jan. 24 Jan. 31 Feb. 7 Feb. 14 1 Feb. 21 Feb. 28 Mar. 3 Mar. 14 Mar. 21 Mar. 28
12,719 13,077
8,429
7,038
6.153

8,929
6,995
6.403

12,920 13,708
9,198
6,822
4,678

9,449
6,858
7.639

12,637 13,280 12,785
9,725
6,849
6.993

9,057
6,882
5.000

9,264
6,790
6.408

13,347 13,155

13,317 12,756

13,815 13,501

9,738 10,009
6,847 6,827
7.560 5.904

10 193 10 523
6 781 6 709
6.410 7.506

10,924 10,768
6 710 7 022
6.133 8.045

1 527
1 461
1 513 1 650
1 350 1 402
1 356
1 619
1 422
1 301
1 601
1 419
1 235
121,654 121,535 120,659 118,711 120,614 121,028 120,633 122,795 123,137 125536 125543 126786 124,117
74,243 73,773 73,001 72,379 73,066 73,346 73,023 73,364 73,058 73,687 73,251 74,000 73,751

1,811 1 ,755
1 ,886 2,058
1 ,983 2,348 2,210 2,246
72 432 72 018 71,115 70 321 71 083 70 999 70 813 71 119
70,822 70,565 69,642 68,761 69,589 69,464 69,271 69,733
1 610
1 453
1,473 1 560
1 495
1 535
1 543
1 386
18,950 19,433 19,642 19,653 19,711 20,322 20,283 20,402

2, 1 83 2 337 2,307
70 875 71 350 70 944
69,450 69996 69599
1 425
1 354
1 345
20,453 20 706 20 827

2,153 1 ,928
71 847 71 823
70,426 70,412
1 421
1 412
20 871 21,379

24,832 25,129 23,822 23,093 24,333 23,804 24 351 25 276 26,312 27 534 28 512 28 266 25 515
17,900 18,277 17,368 17,119 18,468 18,194 18,182 19,128 20,019 21,328 22,302 22,011 19,607
1,833 1,867
1,421 1,232 1,144
911
1,370 1,478 1,651 1 649
1 699
1 733
1 401
5,099
1,510

4,985
1,636

5,032
2,702

4,742
2,059

4,721
1,585

4,699
2,052

4,799
1,439

4,671
2,176

4,641
1,601

4 557
1,724

4 512
1,398

4 521
2,109

4,507
1,813

382
1,737

263
1,301

254
1,238

246
1,281

254
1,665

266
1,237

246
1,290

245
1,331

247
1,466

243
1 643

266
1 290

235
1 304

228
1,431

37,674 37,553

35,738 35,903

37,060 36;839 36,522 34,561 36,042

35 690 36 996 35 301 34,504

208,798 209,244 204,922 205,396 207,909 204,744 207,180 206,564 209,202 210,896 212,017 212,294 212,964
50,156 49,772 50,657 50,081 50,183 50,601 49,997 50,403 49,515 48613 48,744 49,466 49,399
4,085 3,917 4,211 4531 4 574 4 084 3 991 4 884 4 036 3 683 3 464 3 633 4 148
2 656 2,718 2 901 2 722 3 246 2 865 2 947 3 554 2 750 2 464 2 545 2 491 2 759
1 ,429 1 ,200
1,310 1 ,809
1 ,328 1 ,219 1 ,044
1 ,330 1 ,286
1 ,220
919
1 , ! 42 1 ,389
46 071 45 855 46 446 45 549 45 609 46 516 46 006 45 519 45 479 44 930 45 280 45 833 45 251
38 881 38 451
7,190 7,404

38 356 38 436 38 885 39 197 39 215 38 823 38 649
8,091 7,114 6,724 7,320 6,791 6,695 6,830

38 261 38 533 38 391 38 400
6,669 6,747 7,442 6,850

92,991 93,062
42 000 42,093

92,708 94,111 95,924 91,642 94,290 90,813 95,921 99,896 98,851 97,367 98,613
42,027 42,556 44,140 40,801 43 831 41 805 47,188 48 879 45 783 45 422 47,825

19 993 20 539 19,026 18 406 20 172 16 943 19 143 17 965 21 806 20 700 18 710
22,007 21,554 23,000 24,150 23,968 23,858 24,688 23,840 25,382 28,179 27,073
50,991 50,970 50,681 51,555 51,784 50,841 50,459 49,007 48,734 51,018 53,067

17 443 21 729
27,978 26,096
51,945 50,788

32,549 32,466
18 442 18 504

32 836 32 742
18 182 20 326

33 330 31,293
18 616 19 495

34,412 36,510 34,845 36,059

34,565 33,568

33,115 33,537 33,849 32,665 31,954 31,107 30,569
17 566 18 018 17 935 18 176 18 505 17 900 18 164

37,341 37,259 35,313 35,848 37,221 36,298 36,049

38 Total liabilities6

208,798 209,244 204,922 205,396 207,909 204,744 207,180 206,564 209,202 210,896 212,017 212,294 212,964

MEMO
39 Total loans (gross) and securities
adjusted
40 Net due to related institutions abroad . . . .

120748 120642 120824 119548 120070 120 175 119860 121 871 121 376 122484 122075 123827 123535
105,281 14,398 11,338 12,227 10,550 13,546 12,066 19,221 13,127 14,573 16,378 18,271 16,377




33

16. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks,
1990'—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account
1 Cash and balances due from depository
institutions
2 U.S. Treasury and government agency
securities
3 Other securities 1
4 Federal funds sold
5 To commercial banks in the
United States
6 To others2
7 Other loans and leases, gross
8 Commercial and industrial
9
Bankers acceptances and commercial
paper
10
All other
11
U S . addressees
12
Non U.S. addressees
1 1 Real estate loans
14 Loans to depository and financial
institutions
15 Commercial banks in United States . . . .
16
Banks in foreign countries
17
Nonbank depository and other
financial institutions
18 For purchasing and carrying securities . .
19 To foreign governments and official
institutions
20 All other loans
21 Other assets (claims on nonrelated
parties)
22 Total assets3

13,688 13 018

13,567 12,650

14,055 13 096 14 084

13,303 15,058

14,272 14,561

13,816 14,587

10,741 10 072
7 547 7 544
5 593 4 468

10,277 10,929
7 389 7 314
5,190 6484

11,493 10 142 10 112
7 349 7 436 7 207
7 975 7 879 8578

9,614 9,419
7 034 7 013
8,210 11 028

10,086 10,241
7 099 7 192
6,445 9 717

10 378 10,505
7 225 7 306
8 267 9,563

4 080 3 032 3 417 5 035 5 972 6 276 7 307 6,544 9 449 4 511 7 720 6 728 8,593
971
1 513
1 436 1 773 1 449 2 003
1 603 1 271
1 656 1 579 1 933 1 996
1 539
124 212 124 353 125 604 125 190 124 697 125 079 125 914 124 729 1 24 92 1 127 099 1 28 452 129 511 129,722
75,677
73,228 73 288 74,185 73,408 73,613 73,904 72,722 72,475 72,866 74,659 75,030 74,820
1 993
1 972 2,440 2 354 2 292 2 366 2 284 2,327 2,333 2 592 2 680 2 562 2,459
71,235 71,317 71,745 71,054 71,321 71,537 70,438 70,149 70,533 72,067 72,350 72,258 73,218
69 839 69 937 70 316 69 701 69 910 70 1 58 69 046 68 740 69 114 70 642 71 044 70 899 71,818
1,429 1.352
1,425 1,306
1,396 1,380
1,391 1,379 1 392
1,159 1 ,380
1,409 1,419
21 BOB 21 819 22 150 22 425 22501 22581 23 855 23 930 24 034 24 000 24 241 24 420 24 461

26,002 25,841 25,642 26,421 25,670 25,982 26,163 25,500 25,256 25,768 25,970 26,848 26,318
19,897 19,554 18,931 19,617 18,764 18,835 19.113 18,972 18,986 19,208 19,648 20,327 20,169
1,980 2,174 2,281 2,524 2,367 1,913 1,668
1,572 1,769
1,847 1,388
1 ,270 1 ,283
4,534
1,681

4,518
1,641

4,731
2,066

4,630
1,376

4,625
1,319

4,623
1,042

4,683
1,336

4,616
1,237

4,602
1,231

4,713
1,091

4,934
1,234

5,250
1,675

4,867
1 .506

221
1 272

224
1 539

221
1,340

223
1 337

220
1 374

210
1 360

219
1 619

188
1,399

185
1,349

191
1,390

207
1,770

218
1,529

226
1 ,534

33,995 34 302

33,682 34,296 34527 34617 33 306

33,396 33,133 34,276 34,158

31,517 31,447

211,756 208,725 212,155 211,022 215,787 211,491 209,275 207,568 210,986 212,464 216,723 218,343 218,440

23 Deposits or credit balances due to other
than directly related institutions
24 Demand deposits4
25
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
26
Other
27 Nontransaction accounts
28
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
29
Other
30
Borrowings from other than directly
related institutions
31 Federal funds purchased**
32 From commercial banks in the
United States
33 From others
34 Other liabilities for borrowed money . . . .
35 To commercial banks in the
United States
36 To others
37 Other liabilities and subordinated notes
and debentures
38 Total liabilities

Apr. 4 |Apr. 11 Apr. 18 Apr. 25 May 2 | May 9 May 16|May 23 May 30 June 6 June 13 June 20 June 27

6

MEMO
39 Total loans (gross) and securities
adjusted'
40 Net due to related institutions abroad . . .

34




49,076 49,555 49,486 49,945 51,178 50,656 50,185 50,135 49,831 49,720 49,331 50.234 50,595
3 786 4 147 4055 3 921 4 244 4 050 4 047 4,025 3,893 3 879 3 780 4436 4,579
2610 2448 2 615 2 7% 2 92B 2 705 2 655 2 728 2 681 2 686 2 626 2 700 2,678
1,193 1,155
1 ,736 1 ,900
1,441
1.297 1,212
1,177 1 ,700
1,317 1 345 1 392
1 , i 65
45 290 45 408 45 431 46 023 46 934 46 607 46 138 46,110 45,938 45 B42 45 550 45,798 46,016
38 338 3B 470
6,952 6 938

38 468 39 102
6,963 6,921

39 723 39 535 39 116 38 974 18 805 38 774 38 207
7,211 7072 7023 7,136 7.133 7,068 7,341

38 350 38,384
7,448 7,632

103,563 99,464 102,233 101,046 100.653 101345 95,851 98,250 99.275 103,075 105,829 108,003 106,728
49 751 45 138 50 022 43 452 44 2 1 3 43 443 39019 43236 44 505 47 431 50 089 52 700 48,681
22552 I B 518 22 571 1 9 939 19 684 19 1 16 16915 18073 18 934 20 062 21 646 21 881 24,471
27,199 26 620 27,451 23,513 24 530 24 327 22 105 25,163 25.570 27,369 28,443 28.817 24,209
53,813 54,326 52,212 57,594 56,440 57,902 56,831 55,014 54,771 55,644 55,740 55,303 58,046
32,412 31,941
21 401 22 385

31,240 32,592 31,457 31,883 32,960 31.959 32,274 32,438 32,679 32,137 32,865
20 972 25 002 24983 26019 23 871 23,055 22 497 23 206 21 060 23 166 25.182

33,439 33,632 32,797 33,349 33,898 33,622 32,632

32,470 32,867

33,754 33.233

32,787 32,643

211,756 208,725 212,155 211,022 215,787 211,491 209,275 207,568 210,968 212,464 216,723 218,343 218,440

124,116 123,850 126,112 125,265 126.779 125,425 125,392 124,061 123,946 127,010 128,233 128,344 128,336
9,697 11,105 11,193 12,523 14,368 12,625 20,533 15,431 18.598 12,728 15,928 11,728 15,166

16. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks,
19901—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account
1 Cash and balances due from depository
institutions
2 U.S. Treasury and government agency
securities
3 Other securities
4 Federal funds sold'
5
To commercial banks in the
United States
6
To others~
7 Other loans and leases, gross
8
Commercial and industrial
9
Bankers acceptances and commercial
paper
10
All other
.
11
U S addressees
12
Non U.S. addressees
13
Real estate loans
14 Loans to depository and financial
institutions
15 Commercial banks in United States . . . .
16
Banks in foreign countries
17
Nonbank depository and other
financial institutions
18
For purchasing and carrying securities . .
19 To foreign governments and official
institutions
20
All other loans
21 Other assets (claims on nonrelated
parties)
22 Total assets3
23 Deposits or credit balances due to other
than directly related institutions
24
Demand deposits4
25
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
26
Other . . . .
27
Nontransaction accounts
28
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
29
Other
30
Borrowings from other than directly
related institutions
3 1 Federal funds purchased3
32
From commercial banks in the
United States
33
From others
34 Other liabilities for borrowed money . . . .
35
To commercial banks in the
United States
36 To others
37 Other liabilities and subordinated notes
and debentures

July 4 July 11 July 18 July 25 Aug. 1 Aug. 8 Aug. 15 Aug. 22 Aug. 29 Sept. 5 jSept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26
13 731

14 203

13 810

14 409

13 975

15 706

14 263

15 218

14 189

14 490

14 492

10 198
7,300
9,040

10 112
7,311
10,575

10 166
7,169
8,519

10 642
7,268
8 921

10 629
7.325
7 358

10 189 10 524 10 591 10 258
7 400 7 371 7 379 7,374
8 544 8 903 9 918 9 267

10519
7 425
7 991

10 302
7 425
7 377

10 574
7 432
8 816

11 076
7 432
9 461

14 755

15 019

6 126 6 788 6 996 7 264 7 290
7,740 9,310 7,053 7,674
7 883
5 710 4428
5 722
1 301
1 266 1 466 1 247
1 231
1 577
1 977
3 094
1 756 1 907 2 654
2 281
2 949
130,456 128,740 130,421 129,013 129,015 130,982 131,852 132.240 131,767 131,576 131,472 133,071 132,142
75,881 74,307 74,973 73,657 73.805 74,266 75,975 75,503 74,381 75,560 74,206 75,052 75,074
2 774 2 555 2 199 2 058
73,107 71,752 72,775 7 1 ,599
71 759 70 459 71 446 70 287
1,312
1,348
1,293
1,329
24,790 24,908 25,024 25 170

2 156 2 298 2 364 2 241 2 420
71,649 71 967 73 611 73 263 71,961
70 335 70 640 72 266 71 879 70 626
1,334
1,315
1,327
1,345
1,384
25 417 25 520 25 620 25 686 25 815

2 436
2 497
73,124 71 709
71 780 70 421
1,344
1,288
25 918 26 032

2 686
72,366
70 960
1,406
26 172

2 673
72 400
71 032
1,368
26 222

26,253 26,230 26,514 26,666
20,084 19,828 20,417 20,711
1,117
1,233
1,353
1,244

26 661 27 738 26 687 27 307 27,994
20.702 21,620 20,342 21,007 20,952
1,321
1,923
1,028
1,163
1,503

26,896 27 330
19,841 20,773
1,770
1,628

27 893
21,302
1,556

26,490
19,684
1,688

4,937
1,704

5,049
1,256

4,853
2,028

4,838
1,681

4,930
1,463

4,956
1,624

5,024
2,037

4,797
1,988

5,119
1,955

5,285
1,624

4,929
2,233

5,035
2,297

5,118
2,598

225
1,602

223
1,815

212
1,671

212
1,626

208
1,461

227
1,608

209
1,323

208
1,549

214
1,408

224
1,354

233
1,437

219
1,438

231
1,528

33 753 33 783 33 249 33 257 32,824

32,703

32,502

3 1 ,468

32,041

34 000 33 561

33 682 33 885

219,489 218,573 217,836 216,432 219,115 222,185 225,899 223,124 219,687 220,409 215,203 220,127 217,980
49,939 49,635 50,007 48,878
4,207 4,003 4,323 3,999

48,461 48,522 48,455 48,028 47,566
4,338 4,321 4,456 4,322
4,099

47,825 47,040
4,539
4,334

47,070
4,629

47,494
4,716

2,818 2,727 2,820 2,717
1,282
1.389
1,276
1,503
45,732 45,632 45,684 44,879

2,838 2,775
2,861
2,908 2,793
1,305
1.500
1,546
1,595
1,413
44.123 44,201 43,999 43,706 43,467

3,000 2,817
1,539
1.518
43,286 42,706

3,035
1.594
42,441

2,975
1,741
42,778

37,909 37.796 37,825 36,854
7,823 7,836 7,859 8,025

36,300 36,314
7,823 7,887

35,139
8.147

34,245
8.196

33,938
8,840

35 941 35 645 35,510
8,058 8,062 7,958

34,669
8,036

109,041 108,840 111,728 106.827 112.149 113.158 117,859 116,470 110,748 110,824 110.316 112,587 108.006
52,152 52,231 53,244 50,263 56.834 52,601 57,797 54,848 5 1 ,093 53,583 53,631 58,231 50,307
25 548 23 255 26 341 23 676
26,605 28.975 26,903 26,586
56,889 56,609 58,484 56,564

28 813 25 640 32 058 27 077 25,044
28.021 26,961 25,739 27,772 26,049
55,316 60,557 60,062 61,621 59,655

27.131 26 045
26,453 27,586
57,240 56,685

28 783
29,448
54,356

26,683
23,625
57,699

32,319 32,032 32,432 32,542
24,569 24,577 26,053 24,022

31,749 33,314 34,374 33,980 33,679
23 566 27 243 25 688 27 642 25,977

32,981
24,260

31,287
25,398

29,886
24,470

29,178
28,521

32,865 32,737

33.783 33 284 34 005 33 119 32,972

32,543

33,051

32,115

32,036

32,970 32,761

38 Total liabilities6

219,489 218,573 217,836 216,432 219,115 222,185 225,899 223,124 219,687 220,409 215,203 220,127 217,980

MEMO
39 Total loans (gross) and securities
adjusted'
40 Net due to related institutions abroad . . . ,

129,171 127,600 128,805 127,459 127,499 128,708 131,312 131,858 130,424 131,959 131,374 132,869 132,543
7,661 11,641 6,335 10,788 14,467 14,240 12,860 14,080 19,107
12,776 13,265 9,167 15,696




35

16. Assets and liabilities of large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks,
19901—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account
1 Cash and balances due from depository
institutions
2 U.S. Treasury and government agency
securities
3 Other securities 1
4 Federal funds sold
5
To commercial banks in the
United States
6 To others2
7 Other loans and leases, gross
8 Commercial and industrial
9
Bankers acceptances and commercial
paper
10
Al! other
11
U.S. addressees
12
Non U.S. addressees
13 Real estate loans
14 Loans to depository and financial
institutions
15 Commercial banks in United States . . .
16
Banks in foreign countries
17
Nonbank depository and other
Financial institutions
18 For purchasing and carrying securities .
19 To foreign governments and official
institutions
20 All other loans
21 Other assets {claims on nonrelated
parties)
22 Total assets3
23 Deposits or credit balances due to other
than directly related institutions
24
Demand deposits4
25
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
26
Other
27 Nontransaction accounts
28
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
29
Other
30
Borrowings from other than directly
related institutions
31 Federal funds purchased5
32 From commercial banks in the
United States
33 From others
34 Other liabilities for borrowed money . . .
35 To commercial banks in the
United States
36 To others
37 Other liabilities and subordinated notes
and debentures

Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Dec. 2t

14,691

15,098

10,780 10,908
7,523 7,480
8,628 10,406

15,072

14,076

11,000 11,000
7,440 7,343
8,125 8,425

17,374

14,405

15,339

14,358 14,946

14,773

11,335 11,792 12,107
7,588 7,707 7,734
7,600 6,412 11,288

11,196 11,200
7,725 7,747
6,429 9,250

11,387 12,649
7,895 8,004
5,253 7,750

14,879

14,193

15,1

12,499 11,88*
8,026 8,02*
6,784 7,711

3,445 4,12(
5,505 5,331 4,334 2,303 6,475 4,497 6,439 2,634 4,115
7,589 8,155
1,932
2,811 2,619 3,635
3,339 3,591
1,039 2,250 2,621
3,094 3,266 4,109 4,813
132,590 133,524 134,363 135,280 137,211 138,427 138,153 139,100 139,924 141,858 142,549 142,762 143,878
74,748 74,810 74,702 75,261 75,938 76,269 76,581 77,326 77,931 78,972 79,266 80,027 81,019
2,577 2,558 2,426 2,840 2,579 2,682 2,694 2,895 3,020
72,171 72,252 72,276 72,421 73,359 73,587 73,887 74,430 74.911
70,786 70,859 70,909 70,998 71,940 72,052 72,322 72,895 73,247
,664
1,384
1,392
1,367
1,422
1,535
1,565
1.536
1,420
26,514 26,681 26,881 26,857 27,047 27,148 27,032 27.227 27,460
26,478 27,085 28,589 29,510 30,462 30,863 30,609
18,718 19,690 20,487 21,437 22,465 23,276 23,499
2,358 2,179 2,609 2,728
2,730 2,416
1,828

3,123
2,739
75,848 76,527
74,182 74,841
1,666
1,686
27,771 27,583

2,827 3,030
77,200 77,989
75,457 75,793
1,742 2,195
27,649 28,765

30,371 30,331 30,638 31,216 30,189 29,632
23,405 23,355 23,522 23,982 22,893 22,280
1,769
1,697 1,445 1,476
1,300 1.209

5,402
3,144

5,215
3,287

5,493
2,360

5,,345
1,893

5,268
1,561

5,171
1,582

5,282
1,371

5,196
1,581

5,279
1,609

5,670
1,768

5,758
1,698

5,996 6,144
2,148 2,417

201
1,505

207
1,455

194
1,636

194
1,564

199
2,003

204
2,362

213
2,347

216
2,380

207
2,386

210
2,500

219
2,567

216
2,533

30,708 31,430 31,344 31,960 33,200 33,593 33,227

33,917 33,742

203
1,843

33,922 34,674 34,385 34,092

214,971 218,764 218,058 219,158 227,218 225,577 230,604 225,625 227,258 227,730 232,808 231,239 232,426
47,125 46,225 46,002 45,422 45,458 45,376 45,049 44,908 44,696 44,259 44,395 45,669 46,975
4,092 4,164 4,183 4,447
4,517 4,414 4,294 3,990 3,983 3,929 3,998 4,106
4,238
2,704 2,629 2,771 2,846
2,864 2,932 2,862 2,648 2,664 2,701 2,689 2,796 2,767
1,386
1,482 1,432 1,342 1,319 1,228 1,309
1,387
1,535 1,412 1,601
1,471
1,309
42,875 41,811 41,709 41,432 41,475 41,447 41,051 40,802 40,458 40,167 40,231 41,486 42,528
33,550 32,962 32,861 32,145 32,041 31,903 31,568 31,406 31,123 31,367 31,454 32,909 33,660
9,325 8,849 8,847 9,286 9,433 9,544 9,483 9,396 9,335
8,800 8,777 8.576 8,868
104,904 108,608 108,372 113,640 118,298 116,939 117,215 116,205 110,249 115,015 111,101 111,637 106,986
53,347 52,620 50,847 53,611 55,695 52,248 52,394 44,106 44,281 48,309 42,987 45,923 42,491
26,410 24,011 24,198 22,845 28,332 24,399 22,900 21.664 20,158 21,538 18,696 19.811 22,120
26,937 28,609 26,650 30,766 27.362 27,849 29,494 22,441 24,123 26,771 24,291 26,111 20,371
51,557 55,988 57,525 60,029 62,604 64,691 64,821 72,100 65,968 66,706 68,115 65,715 64,495
28,063 29,388 31,014 32,794 35,334 36,065 35,830
23,494 26,599 26,511 27,235 27,269 28,626 28,991

38,703 38,399 38,051 37,538 36,889 34,234
33,397 27,569 28,656 30,577 28,826 30,261

30,737 31,747 31,932 31,926 32,964 33,094 33,054 33,456 33,596

33.364 34,294 33,465

33,457

38 Total liabilities6

214,971 218,764 218,058 219,158 227,218 225,577 2 0 6 4 225,625 227,258 227,730 232,808 231,239 232,426
3,0

MEMO
39 Total loans (gross) and securities
adjusted'
40 Net due to related institutions abroad

133,213 134,473 134,936 135,381 136,935 138,759 139,309 136,548 138,327 140,237 142,854 143,734 145,106
22,153 22,268 21,037 17,196 17,588 16,926 22,530 18,156 28,267 22,451 30,713 27,879 33,311

36



17. Gross demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations, 19901
Billions of dollars, estimated daily-average balances for last month of quarter, not seasonally adjusted
All commercial banks

All weekly reporting banks

Type of holder

Qi

Q2

1 All holders — Individuals, partnerships,
and corporations

328.7

334.3

2
3
4
5
6

34.1
183.3
86.6
3.0
21.7

34.9
186.5
86.4
3.1
23.5

Financial business
Nonfinancial business
Consumer
Foreign
Other

Q3

1

I
1

Q4

1

t
1

n.a.

n.a.

Q4

Q)

Q2

Q3

183.7

186,3

185.1

25.6
100.1
42.4
2.8
12.8

25.0
101.7
43.3
2.9
13.3

27.0
100.0
43.1
2.8
12.3

t

n.a.

18. Commercial paper and bankers dollar acceptances outstanding, 1990
A. Commercial paper
Millions of dollars, end of period: seasonally adjusted, except as noted
Item

May

Dec.

Aug.

Sept.

541,972 539,620 538,084

546,951

551,399

562,508

561,148 564,482 566,688

184,298 184,280
215,489 215,114

185,475 187,829 191,463
213,885 209,859 204,429

197,872 200,302
205,094 204,693

205,093
206,079

205,673
205,420

211,986 218,953
204,191 201,862

137,700

142,612

141,932

142,192

143,985

146,404

151,336

150,055

148,305

Feb.

Mar.

1 All issuers

532,370

537,487

545,824

Financial companies'
2 Total, dealer-placed paper2 . . .
3 Total, directly-placed paper3 . . ,

183,585
214,724

4 Nonfinancial companies4

134,061

Apr.

146,430

June

Nov.

July

Jan.

Oct.

145,873

B. Bankers dollar acceptances5
Millions of dollars, end of period: not seasonally adjusted
Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

57,852

55,865

53,945

54,766

53,750

52,006

52,324

50,469

52,093

53,968

54,771

9 954
8,467
1 488

10 351
8,907
1 444

9,574
8,386
1,188

9 200
7,850
1,350

9 000
7,632
1,368

9 972
8,639
1,332

9 628
8,395
1 233

9,944
7,895
2,049

9,366
7,944
1,421

9,189
7,868
1,321

8,751
7,535
1,217

9,017
7,930
1,087

0
1,069
48 996

0
1,123
46 379

0

o

0
1,291
44475

0
1,571
40 806

0

1,141
43 604

0
1,507
42 27 1

0

1,180
45,111

1,560
40,821

1,333
39 770

0
1,145
41,760

0
880
44 337

0
918
44,836

15,100
13,437
31,482

14,522
12,567
30,764

14,418
12,161
29,286

13,413
12,610
27,922

13,993
12,727
28,046

14,801
12,511
26,438

13,691
12,186
26,129

13,188
12,221
26,915

12,723
11,889
25,856

12,408
13,238
26,447

12,758
13,865
27,345

13,096
12,703
28,973

Jan.

1 Total
Holder
2 Accepting banks
3 Own bills
4 Bills bought

Feb.

60,019

Item

. .

Federal Reserve Banks
5 Own account
6 Foreign correspondents
7 Others
Basis
8 Imports into United States
9 Exports from United States . . . .
10 All other

1

|

Nov.

Dec.

[

19. Prime rate charged by banks on short-term business loans, 19901
Percent per year
Effective date

Rate

January 8

10.00

Averages of daily effective rates
Year

Jan,

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

10.01

10.11

10.00

10.00

10.00

10.00

10.00

10.00

10.00

10.00

10.00

10.00

10.00




37

20. Terms of lending at commercial banks: Based on survey of loans made1
1989

Item

1990

Feb. 6-10

May 1-5

Aug. 7-11

Nov. 6-10

Feb. 5-9

May 7-11

Aug. 6-10

Nov. 5-9

42 949
310
44
10.97

44005
266
57
11.89

43 904
293
50
10.78

44 045
311
53
10.50

44 485
287
64
8.43

43,213
284
46
9.97

45 485
338
49
9.72

44,045
311
53
10.50

10.39
12 33
11 82
11 06
10 53
10 35
10 24

11.21
13 36
12.61
11 90
11 37
11 17
1097

10.28
12 71
11 91
10 36
10 28
10 10
10 18

9.92
12 38
11 56
10 60
10 08
9 95
9 70

7.66
11 29
10.20
8 19
7 87
7 74
7 31

9.49
11 97
9.69
9 46
9.78
9 55
9.28

9.25
12 08
10.52
1000
9.41
9 20
909

9.92
12 38
11.56
10 60
10.08
9 95
9.70

11.57
12.51
12 14
11 81
11 54
11 18
1 1 24

12.46
13.41!
13 01
12.76
12 56
12.16
11 89

11.37
12.46
12 00
11 77
11 31
10 97
10 82

11.24
12.41
11 95
11 58
11 19
10 88
10 55

9.20
10.68
10 20
9.97
9 51
9.15
7 80

10.66
11.92
11 43
11.08
10 52
10.21
9 72

10.47
11.79
11 39
11.06
1046
10.02
9 49

11.24
12.41
1 1 95
11.58
11 19
10.88
10 55

2 359
149
53
11.63

4 189
228
46
12.75

5 037
267
54
11.64

5 180
260
43
11.36

6 115
218
45
9.34

4 879
231
43
11.08

4 583
247
42
10.72

5 180
260
43
11.36

11
12
11
11
11

12
13
12
11
11

11
12
13
11
11

32
42
15
64
01

10 68
12 28
12 08
11 32
9 93

8 66
11 73
10.32
9 49
7 88

10.50
11 99
11.56
11 39
9.93

10.31
12 15
11.62
1042
9.86

10.68
12.28
12.08
11.32
9.93

SHORT-TERM COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS
1
2
3
4

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months) 2
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per year)3 . . . .

5 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
6
1=99
7
100-499
8 500-999
9
1,000-4,999
.
10 5 000-9 999
11
10,000 or more ,

....

12 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
13
1-99
14
100-499
15 500-999
1 6 1 000-4 999
17 5,000-9,999
.
18
10 000 or more
LONG-TERM COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS
19
20
21
22

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months) 2
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per year)3 . . .

23 Fixed rate (thousands of dollars)
24
1 -99
25
100-499
.
26 500-999
27
1 ,000 or more .

35
43
64
56
06

08
01
59
45
88

11 72
12.66
12 27
1207
11 29

12 94
13.74
13 23
12 71
12 85

11 80
1266
12 09
11 93
11 60

11 51
12.48
12 23
11 89
11 28

9 53
11.12
10 33
9 92
9.16

11.25
12.05
11.66
11 14
11.06

10.88
12.08
11.34
1 1 20
10.64

11.51
12.48
12.23
1L89
11.28

903
40
14 6
12 28

1 294
62
89
12 86

1 003
56
11 4
12 49

1 133
49
80
12 18

1 291
48
12 8
11 78

1 205
56
13 8
11.79

1 606
52
66
10.95

1 950
56
85
11.51

By volume of farm lending
37 Large farm lenders4
38 Other farm lenders

12 16
12 35

12 78
12 89

12 01
12 77

11 77
12 46

11 27
12.28

11 43
12.28

10 30
12.24

1111
12.14

By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
39 1-24
40 25-99
41 100 and over

12 38
12 40
12 18

12 94
13 11
12 68

12 93
12 57
12 10

12 60
12 30
12 07

12 47
12.18
11 32

12 37
12.10
11 38

12 48
12.05
10 32

12 41
12.00
11 14

By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Farm real estate5
Other . . .
.

12.20
12 19
12.42
12 39
12 18
11 94

12 92
12 79
12.89
13 18
12 06
12 89

12
12
12
12
12
12

12
12
12
12
12
12

11.40
11 66
12.11
12 21
11 45
11 59

11.64
12 20
11.97
12.43
12 00
11.30

11.49
12 37
11.17
12 43
11 61
9 79

11.62
12.23
11.74
12.35
11 50
10.78

28 Floating rate (thousands of dollars)
29
1-99
30 100-499
31
500-999
32
1 ,000 or more

....

LOANS TO FARMERS
33
34
35
36

42
43
44
45
46
47

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)
Weighted-average interest rate (percent)

38



00
73
69
89
34
18

20
19
08
37
26
16

21. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1990
A. Annual and monthly averages
Percent per year

Jan.

Feb.

8 10
6 98

8 23
7 00

8 24
7 00

8 28
7 00

Year

Item

Mar.

Apr.

Nov.

May

June

July

8 26
7 00

8 18
7 00

8 29
7 00

8 15
7 00

8 13
7 00

8 20
7 00

8 11
7 00

7 81
7 00

7 31
6 79

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Dec.

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds l - 2 - 3
? Discount window borrowing2'4
3
4
5

Commercial paper3*5***
1 -month
3-month
6-month

8 15
8.06
7 95

8 20
8.10
7 96

8 22
8.14
8 04

8.32
8.28
8.23

8.32
8.30
8.29

8 24
8.25
8 23

8 21
8.14
8 06

8.09
7.99
7.90

7 99
7.88
7 77

809
7.96
7 83

8 04
7.98
7 81

7.84
7.91
7.74

8.28
7.80
7 49

6
7
8

Finance paper, directly placed3'5-1
I -month
3-month
6-month

8 00
7.87
7 53

809
7.90
7 34

8 13
7.97
7 40

8.23
8.04
7.49

8.23
8.13
7.74

8 14
8.12
8 04

8 12
8.01
7 79

7.99
7.87
7.66

7 88
7.69
7.46

7 98
7.74
7 50

7 92
7.80
7 50

7.64
7.75
7 42

7 62
7.32
6.95

9
10

Bankers acceptances3-5^
3-month
6- mo nth

7.93
7 80

7.97
7 83

8.03
7 91

8.15
8 11

8.21
8 18

8.12
8 08

8.00
7 89

7.86
7 73

7.75
7 64

7.83
7 70

7 85
7 67

7.82
7 58

7.60
7 25

11
12
13

Certificates 3 of deposit, secondary
market -^
1 -month
.,
3-month
6-month

8 15
8.15
8 17

8 17
8.16
8 17

8 19
8.22
8 26

8 30
8.35
8 48

8 32
8.42
8 57

8 25
8.35
8 48

8 20
8.23
8 28

8 09
8.10
8 12

7 98
7.97
7 99

8 08
8.06
8 06

8 03
8.06
8 05

7 92
8.03
7 95

8 27
7.82
7 64

8.16

8.22

8.24

8.37

8.44

8.35

8.23

8.09

7.99

8.07

8.06

8.04

7.87

7.50
7 46
7 35

7.64
7 55
7 38

7.74
7 70
755

7.90
7 85
7 76

7.77
7 84
7 80

7.74
7 76
7 73

7.73
7 63
7 53

7.62
7 52
7.40

7.45
7 38
7 26

7.36
7 32
7 24

7.17
7 16
7 06

7.06
7 03
6.85

6.74
6 70
6.61

7 51
7 47
7.36

7 64
7 52
7 21

7 76
7 72
742

7.87
7 83
7.76

7.78
7 82
7.72

7 78
7 82
8 05

7 74
7 64
7 65

7.66
7 57
7.52

7.44
7 36
7.37

7 38
7 33
7 25

7 19
7 20
7 01

7.07
7 04
6.81

6.81
6 76
6.58

7 89
8.16
8 26
8.37
8 52
8.55
8 61

7 92
8.09
8 13
8.12
8 20
8.21
8 26

8 11
8.37
8 39
842
8 48
8 47
8 50

8 35
8.63
8 63
8.60
8 65
8.59
8 56

8 40
8.72
8 78
8.77
8 81
8.79
8 76

8 32
8.64
8 69
8.74
8 78
8.76
8 73

8 10
8.35
8 40
8 43
8 52
8 48
8 46

7 94
8.16
8 26
8.33
8 46
8.47
8 50

7 78
8.06
8 22
8.44
8 64
8.75
8 86

7 76
8.08
8 27
8.51
8 79
8.89
9 03

7 55
7.88
8 07
8 33
8 59
8 72
8 86

7 31
7.60
7 74
8.02
8 28
8.39
8 54

7 05
7.31
7.47
7.73
8 00
8.08
8 24

8 74

8 39

8 66

8 74

8 92

8 90

8 62

8 64

8 97

9 11

8 93

8 60

8 31

6 96
7 29
7.27

6 81
7 35
7.10

7 05
7 24
7.22

6.98
7 41
7.29

7 04
7 43
7.39

697
7 37
7.35

6 88
7 11
7.24

6 96
7 13
7.19

6 99
7 21
7.32

7 18
7 48
7.43

7 23
7 43
7.49

6 75
7 22
7.18

663
7 10
7.09

9.77

9.43

9.64

9.73

9.82

9.87

9.67

9.65

9.84

10.02

10.03

9.85

9.63

9 32
9 56
9 82
10.36

8 99
9 27
9 54
9.94

9 22
9 45
9 75
10.14

937
9 51
9 82
10.21

946
9 64
9 89
10.30

9 47
9 70
9 89
10.41

9 26
9 49
9 70
10.22

9 24
9 47
9 69
10.20

9 41
9 63
9 89
10.41

9 56
9 77
10 09
10.64

9 53
9 77
10 06
10,74

9 30
9 59
9 88
10.62

9 05
9 39
9 64
10.43

37 A-rated, recently-offered utility bonds17 . .

10.01

9.63

9.84

9.92

10.09

10.04

9.85

9.96

10.29

10.28

10.23

10.07

9.95

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio™
38 Preferred stocks
39 Common stocks

n a.
na

8 80
3 41

8 90
3 54

9.02
3 49

9 05
3 51

904
3 44

901
3 36

8 94
3 37

8 97
3 65

9 05
3 85

9 10
4 01

8 88
3 91

8 72
3 74

14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month3' I0
U.S. Treasury bills
Secondary market3'5
3-month
6-month
1-year .
Auction average3-5-11
18 3-month
.
19 6-month
20
1-year
15
16
17

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

Constant maturities12
1-year
2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
30-year

.,

Composite^3
28 Over 10 years (long-term)
STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series14
29 Aaa . . . .
30 Baa
31 Bond buyer series15
CORPORATE BONDS
32 Seasoned issues, all industries 16
Rating group
33 Aaa . . . .
34 Aa
35 A
36 Baa




.

.

39

21. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1990—Continued
B. Weekly averages
Percent per year

Week ending
Item

Jan. 5 Jan. 12 Jan. 19 Jan. 26 Feb. 2 Feb. 9 Feb. 16 Feb. 23 Mar. 2 Mar. 9 Mar. 16 Mar. 23

Mar. 30

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds 1 - 2 ' 3
. ..
2 Discount window borrowing2-4

8.32
7.00

8.22
7.00

8.20
7.00

8.23
7.00

8.24
7.00

8.22
7.00

8.21
7.00

8.25
7.00

8.27
7.00

8.28
7.00

8.27
7.00

8.27
7.00

8.26
7.00

3
4
5

Commercial paper35-**
1 -month
3-month
6-month

8.25
8.11
7.91

8.16
8.05
7.89

8.18
8.09
7.98

8.19
8.12
8.02

8.22
8.14
8.04

8.23
8.15
8.04

8.19
8.12
8.00

8.22
8.15
8.05

8.23
8.17
8.07

8.29
8.21
8.12

8.35
8.31
8.29

8.35
8.32
8.29

8.35
8.30
8.27

6
7
8

Finance paper3-5'1
1 -month
3-month
6-month

8.13
7.96
7.35

8.06
7.88
7.33

8.07
7.86
7.33

8.09
7.89
7.33

8.14
7.96
7,38

8.15
7.98
7.41

8.11
7.95
7.34

8.13
7.99
7.41

8.15
7.97
7.49

8.19
7.99
7.33

8.26
8.05
7.52

8.25
8.08
7.61

8.25
8.08
7.52

9
10

Bankers acceptances*'5'*
3-month
6-month

7.96
7.77

7.92
7.75

7.99
7.87

8.00
7.88

8.01
7.91

8.02
7.91

8.01
7.88

8.05
7.95

8.06
7.96

8.10
8.01

8.19
8.18

8.18
8.16

8.18
8.15

11
12
13

Certificates of deposit, secondary
market3'"
1 -month
3 -month
6-month

8.21
8.15
8.10

8.16
8.13
8.11

8.17
8.17
8.21

8.17
8.19
8.22

8.18
8.20
8.25

8.19
8.22
8.27

8.18
8.20
8.22

8.20
8.24
8.29

8.22
8.25
8.29

8.26
8.29
8.36

8.34
8.42
8.57

8.32
8.38
8.55

8.31
8.35
8.52

8.25

8.23

8.15

8.26

8.25

8.25

8.23

8.23

8.25

8.30

8.39

8.40

8.38

7.59
7.50
7.30

7.53
7.43
7.26

7.72
7.60
7.42

7.69
7.59
7.46

7.76
7.71
7.54

7.80
7.74
7.58

7.66
7.63
7.50

7.74
7.74
7.61

7.76
7.72
7.58

7.91
7.83
7.76

7.96
7.88
7.81

7.93
7.87
7.76

7.85
7.84
7.75

7.64
7.52
n.a.

7.57
7.44
n.a.

7.68
7.54
7.21

7.66
7.58
n.a.

7.77
7.73
n.a.

7.83
7.72
n.a.

7.65
7.65
7.42

7.80
7.77
n.a.

7.72
7.70
n.a.

7.85
7.79
n.a.

7.96
7.89
7.76

7.97
7.92
n.a.

7.85
7.83
n.a.

7.82
7.91
7.93
7.91
8.02
7.98
8.04

7.78
7.91
7.95
7.94
8.04
8.04
8.12

7.97
8.16
8.19
8.17
8.23
8.24
8.29

8.01
8.22
8.28
8.27
8.33
8.36
8.40

8.09
8.31
8.38
8.39
8.43
8.47
8.50

8.13
8.37
8.38
8.44
8.47
8,48
8.51

8.05
8.30
8.30
8.36
8.40
8.39
8.43

8.19
8.48
8.49
8.53
8.60
8.58
8.61

8.14
8.43
8.44
8.44
8.53
8.50
8.53

8.34
8.59
8.60
8.59
8.66
8.61
8.60

8.42
8.70
8.70
8.68
8.71
8.65
8.63

8.35
8.66
8.63
8.60
8.62
8.55
8.49

8.34
8.61
8.63
8.57
8.62
8.56
8.53

8.17

8.24

8.41

8.53

8.64

8.66

8.61

8.78

8.69

8.77

8.81

8.67

8.71

6.87
7.21
7.03

6.65
7.40
7.03

6.65
7.40
7.14

7.05
7.40
7.19

7.05
7.30
7.24

7.05
7.10
7.20

6.95
7.21
7.16

7.15
7.41
7.27

6.88
7.20
7.25

6,85
7.50
7.25

7.08
7.50
7.32

7.05
7.41
7.31

7.05
7.45
7.33

9.34

9.36

9.42

9.50

9.60

9.64

9.62

9.69

9.68

9.73

9.76

9,72

9.73

8.89
9.17
9.43
9.86

8.92
9.21
9.46
9.87

8.98
9.26
9.52
9.93

9.05
9.32
9.61
10.00

9.15
9.41
9.71
10.10

9.22
9.45
9.75
10.13

9.21
9.43
9.72
10.11

9.27
9.49
9.82
10.19

9.26
9.47
9.77
10.20

9.35
9.48
9.83
10.24

9.40
9.55
9.86
10.22

9.39
9.50
9.81
10.17

9.37
9.54
9.80
10.20

9.55

9.57

9.65

9,75

9.83

9.75

9.84

9.94

9.91

10.00

9.92

9.82

9.98

8.76
3.22

8.74
3.33

8.82
3.43

8.82
3.52

8.88
3.54

8.82
3.50

8.90
3.53

8.96
3.58

8.91
3.54

8.98
3.50

9.06
3.51

9.02
3.48

9.00
3.47

14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month3'10

18
19
20

U.S. Treasury bills
Secondary market3-5
3-month
6-month
1-year
Auction average3-5-11
3-month
6-month
1 -year

21
22
23
24
25
26
27

Constant maturities12
1-year
2-year
3-year
5-year
.
7-year
10-year
30-year

15
16
17

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS

Composite™
28 Over 10 years (long-term) . . ,
STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody' 's series14
29 Aaa
30 Baa
31 Bond buyer series15
CORPORATE BONDS
32 Seasoned issues, all industries16
33
34
35
36

Rating group
Aaa
Aa
A
Baa

37 A-rated, recently-offered utility bonds17 . . .
1

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio *
38 Preferred stocks
39 Common stocks

40



21. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1990—Continued
B. Weekly averages
Percent per year
Week ending
Item

Apr. 6 Apr. 13 Apr. 20 Apr. 27 May 4 May 11 May 18 May 25 June 1 June 8 June 15 June 22 June 29

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds 1 ' 2 ' 3
2 Discount window borrowing2'4

8.33
7.00

8.25
7.00

8.27
7.00

8.24
7.00

8.12
7.00

8.20
7.00

8.16
7.00

8.22
7.00

8.19
7.00

8.26
7.00

8.30
7.00

8.28
7.00

8.28
7.00

3
4
5

Commercial paper, directly placed*'5*6
1- month
3-month
6-month

8.34
8.30
8.28

8.30
8.24
8.21

8.30
8.27
8.24

8.35
8.37
8.38

8.36
8.42
8.45

8.26
8.26
8.25

8.21
8.20
8.16

8.19
8.17
8.15

8.18
8.17
8.13

8.17
8.12
8.06

8.18
8,12
8.03

8.24
8.16
8.06

8.25
8.17
8.07

6
7
8

Finance paper3'5*1
1 -month
3-month
6-month

8.25
8.09
7.61

8.20
8.08
7.61

8.20
8.10
7.74

8.27
8,20
7.96

8.27
8.23
8.12

8.16
8.15
8.06

8.10
8.08
8.00

8.08
8.07
8.00

8.10
8.05
7.92

8.09
8.01
7.76

8.10
7.99
7.79

8.13
8.02
7.80

8.16
8.04
7.83

9
10

Bankers acceptances*-5*
3-month
6-month

8.17
8.14

8.14
8.09

8.18
8.14

8.30
8.32

8.29
8.32

8.13
8.10

8.09
8.01

8.06
8.00

8.01
7.94

7.96
7.87

7.99
7.88

8.03
7.92

8.04
7.90

\\
12
13

Certificates of deposit, secondary
market^
1-month
3-month
6-month

8.31
8.37
8.54

8.29
8.35
8.47

8.30
8.38
8.51

8.38
8.53
8.72

8.38
8.56
8.74

8.26
8.37
8.51

8.22
8.29
8.40

8.20
8.29
8.38

8.19
8.25
8.35

8.17
8.22
8.28

8.19
8.21
8.26

8.22
8.24
8.29

8.24
8.27
8.31

8.40

8.38

8.38

8.49

8.59

8.48

8.30

8.30

8.24

8.23

8.24

8.20

8.25

7.77
7.77
7.71

7.78
7.78
7.70

7.76
7.81
7.81

7.78
7.94
7.94

7.85
7.97
7.94

7.74
7.75
7.75

7.67
7.68
7.66

7.71
7.73
7.64

7.74
7.68
7.61

7.70
7.61
7.51

7.70
7.61
7.50

7.74
7.65
7.57

7.77
7.66
7,57

7.83
7.81
na

7.80
7.80
7.72

7.71
7.75
n.a.

7.78
7.91
n.a.

7.91
8.03
n.a.

7.79
7.84
8.05

7.67
7.68
n.a.

7.74
7.79
n.a.

7.80
7.74
n.a.

7.69
7.62
7.65

7.73
7.64
n.a.

7.74
7.64
n.a.

7.78
7.67
n.a.

Constant maturities12
I -year
2-year
3-year
...
5-year
7-year
10-year
30-year

8.29
8.57
8.62
8.59
8.65
8.59
8.56

8.29
8.55
8.61
8.60
8.65
8.62
8.58

8.41
8.75
8.80
8.79
8.84
8.83
8.80

8,57
8.95
9.02
9.01
9.04
9.02
9.00

8.56
8.94
9.01
9.01
9.03
9.02
8.98

8.36
8.68
8.73
8.79
8.83
8.81
8.80

8.24
8.56
8.60
8.67
8.71
8.68
8.64

8.22
8.54
8.58
8.64
8.70
8.66
8.63

8.18
8.46
8.50
8.52
8.61
8.58
8.56

8.08
8.33
8.38
8.41
8.50
8.46
8.44

8.05
8.31
8.36
8.39
8.48
8.44
8.42

8.14
8.41
8.44
8.47
8.56
8.52
8.49

8.13
8.36
8.42
8.45
8.55
8.51
8.49

Composite1*
28 Over 10 years (long-term)

8.74

8.74

8.97

9.15

9.14

8.96

8.81

8.80

8.73

8.60

8.57

8.66

8.65

6.83
7.40
7.33

7.09
7.50
7.31

7.05
7.45
7.39

7.19
7.40
7.51

7.19
7.50
7.54

7.15
7.75
7.39

7.15
7.50
7.29

6.80
7.13
7.26

6.75
7.11
7.26

6.85
7.15
7.21

6.90
7.08
7.20

6.93
7.10
7.28

6.95
7.10
7.27

9.74

9.73

9.82

9.95

10.00

9.94

9.82

9.79

9.76

9.67

9.64

9.67

9.69

9.38
9.55
9.82
10.22

9.38
9.53
9.81
10.18

9.45
9.64
9.89
10.29

9.59
9.77
9.98
10.45

9.62
9.81
10.03
10.54

9.54
9.77
9.95
10.49

9.39
9.67
9.85
10.36

9.39
9.64
9.80
10.34

9.38
9.57
9.79
10.29

9.27
9.49
9.73
10.21

9.21
9.46
9.69
10.19

9.26
9.49
9.69
10.24

9.27
9.52
9.70
10.25

37 A-rated, recently-offered utility bonds17 . . .

9.93

9.96

10.25

10.32

10.16

10.02

10.02

9.98

9.87

9.78

9.83

9.89

9.92

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio**
38 Preferred stocks
39 Common stocks

9.04
3.48

9.09
3.48

9.02
3.49

9.04
3.59

9.10
3.58

9.05
3.51

9.02
3.40

9.02
3.37

9.03
3.35

8.98
3.31

8.99
3.32

9.00
3.37

9.05
3.42

14 Eurodollar deposits 3-month3-10

15
16
17
18
19
20

U.S. Treasury bills
Secondary market3'5
3-month
6-month
1-year
Auction average3'5-11
3-month
6-month
1-year
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS

?1
22
23
24
25
26
27

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody' s series™
29 Aaa . . . .
30 Baa
31 Bond buyer series15
CORPORATE BONDS
32 Seasoned issues all industries16 .
33
34
35
36

Rating group
Aaa
Aa
A
Baa




41

21. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1990—Continued
B. Weekly averages
Percent per year
Week ending
July 6 July 13 July 20 July 27 Aug. 3 Aug. 10 Aug. 17 Aug. 24 Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28
MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds'* 2 '"'
2 Discount window borrowing2-4

8.33
7.00

8.28
7.00

8.14
7.00

8.05
7.00

8.03
7.00

8.07
7.00

8.13
7.00

8.30
7.00

8.08
7.00

8.25
7.00

8.12
7.00

8.18
7.00

8.26
7.00

3
4
5

Commercial paper3'5-6
1 -month
3-month
6-month

8.23
8.13
8.03

8.23
8.13
8.03

8.02
7.94
7.85

7.97
7.88
7.78

7.89
7.78
7.67

7.92
7.77
7.64

8.01
7.85
7.71

8.07
7.98
7.90

8.03
7.96
7.89

7.96
7,85
7.72

8.02
7.88
7.75

8.10
7.96
7.81

8.26
8.13
8.01

6
7
8

Finance paper, directly placed3-5-1
1 -month
3-month
6-month

8.13
8.01
7.82

8.15
8.01
7.81

7.91
7.82
7.60

7.88
7.77
7.53

7.79
7.62
7.42

7.78
7.57
7.40

7.89
7.68
7.38

7.95
7.79
7.53

7.94
7.78
7.56

7.88
7.66
7.47

7.94
7.71
7.48

7.99
7.76
7.50

8.08
7.82
7.55

Bankers acceptances*-5-^
3-month
6-month

7.98
7.85

7.98
7.85

7.82
7.69

7.77
7.63

7.62
7.46

7.65
7.51

7.75
7.60

7.90
7.83

7.80
7.73

7.68
7.57

7,73
7.61

7.85
7.72

8.02
7.89

Certificates of deposit, secondary
market3'*
11
1 -month
12
3-month
13 6-month

8.23
8.24
8.26

8.24
8.25
8.28

8.02
8.04
8.07

7.97
7.98
8.00

7.90
7.89
7.89

7.90
7.87
7.87

7.97
7.94
7.93

8.08
8.09
8.13

8.02
8.04
8.10

7.94
7.94
7.95

8.01
7.97
7.97

8.09
8.06
8.06

8.25
8.24
8.25

14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month 3 - 10 . . . . . . .

8.21

8.23

8.11

8.01

7.91

7.88

7.91

8.04

8.14

7.98

7.95

8.03

8.24

7.71
7.61
7.49

7.73
7.65
7.53

7.57
7.48
7.34

7.53
7.42
7.33

7.43
7.29
7.16

7.37
7.29
7.18

7.45
7.37
7.22

7.54
7.49
7.39

7.46
7.44
7.32

7.38
7.34
7.23

7.38
7.32
7.24

7.38
7.31
7.25

7.29
7.30
7.25

7.73
7.60
7.52

7.81
7.75
n.a.

7.62
7.52
n.a.

7.49
7.40
n.a.

7.50
7.37
7.34

7.23
7.19
n.a.

7.41
7.31
n.a.

7.55
7.45
n.a.

7.49
7.48
7.40

7.39
7.36
n.a.

7.41
7.34
n.a.

7.39
7.30
n.a.

7.32
7.33
7.25

8.06
8.25
8.33
8.36
8.48
8.44
8.44

8.09
8.30
8.39
8.43
8.54
8.53
8.53

7.87
8.12
8.23
8.31
8.44
8.47
8.51

7.85
8.07
8.21
8.30
8.43
8.48
8.54

7.67
7.88
8.01
8.12
8.28
8.37
8.44

7.70
7.98
8.15
8.36
8.60
8.72
8.82

7.73
8.00
8.15
8.39
8.60
8.71
8.84

7.93
8.23
8.38
8.62
8.81
8.92
9.03

7.85
8.16
8.33
8.56
8.79
8.88
9.00

7.74
8.06
8.24
8.48
8.76
8.85
8.97

7.75
8.06
8.24
8.47
8.73
8.84
8.97

7.77
8.08
8.25
8.52
8.80
8.92
9.06

7.79
8.12
8.33
8.58
8.85
8.96
9.10

8.60

8.69

8.66

8.67

8.54

8.93

8.96

9.14

9.11

9.07

9.06

9.14

9.17

6.95
7.10
7.24

6.98
7.16
7.21

6.94
7.11
7.17

6.95
7.15
7.15

6.90
7.08
7.08

6.95
7.12
7.22

6.95
7.25
7.26

6.97
7.13
7.56

7.19
7.47
7.47

7.13
7.41
7.41

7.06
7.35
7.35

7.11
7.37
7.41

7.40
7.80
7.53

9.64

9.68

9.65

9.66

9.59

9.77

9.80

9.94

9.98

9.98

9.97

10.00

10.11

9.23
9.46
9.68
10.20

9.26
9.51
9.71
10.23

9.24
9.47
9.70
10.19

9.26
9.46
9.70
10.19

9.19
9.41
9.64
10.14

9.34
9.56
9.84
10.34

9.37
9.63
9.85
10.36

9.50
9.71
9.99
10.54

9.56
9.75
10.03
10.56

9.57
9.72
10.06
10.54

9.54
9.71
10.06
10.57

9.51
9.77
10.07
10.66

9.63
9.87
10.16
10.76

10.00

9.94

9.99

9.94

10.07

10.22

10.34

10.50

10.31

10.23

10.28

10.35

10.25

9.00
3.37

9.00
3.36

8.84
3.34

8.93
3.41

8.90
3.43

8.99
3.61

8.87
3.59

9.05
3.85

9.02
3.76

9.01
3.76

9.04
3.79

9.00
3.81

9.13
4.03

9
10

U.S. Treasury bills
Secondary market3-5
3-month . .
6-month
1-year
Auction average3'5-"
18 3-month
19 6-month
20
1-year
15
16
17

...

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

Constant maturities12
1-year
2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
30-year

Composite™
28 Over 10 years (long-term)
STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody' s series*4
29 Aaa
30 Baa . . .
31 Bond buyer series15
CORPORATE BONDS
32 Seasoned issues all industries' 6
33
34
35
36

Rating group
Aaa
Aa
A
Baa . . . .

37 A-rated, recently-offered utility bonds'7 . . .
MEMO: Dividend-price ratio**
38 Preferred stocks
39 Common stocks

42



21. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1990—Continued
B. Weekly averages
Percent per year
Week ending
Item

Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 | Oct. 26 Nov. 2 |Nov. 9| Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 Dec. 7 |Dec. 14 Dec. 21 Dec. 28

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds 1 - 2 ' 3
2 Discount window borrowing2'4

8.23
7.00

8.20
7.00

7.96
7.00

7.99
7.00

8.17
7.00

7.97
7.00

7.94
7.00

7.80
7.00

7.56
7.00

7.60
7.00

7.25
7.00

7.29
6.93

7.16
6.50

3
4
5

Comercial paper3-5-6
1 -month
3-month
6-month

8.06
7.94
7.80

8.10
8.00
7.85

8.09
8.04
7.86

8.02
8.01
7.81

7.85
7.84
7.71

7.89
7.87
7.72

7.87
7.88
7.70

7.79
7.85
7.68

7.81
8.06
7.83

8.23
7.94
7.71

7.79
7.48
7.27

8.23
7.73
7.39

9.01
8.14
7.66

6
7
8

Finance paper*-5-1
1 -month
,
3-month
6- month

7.96
7.78
7.50

7.99
7.80
7.51

7.98
7.87
7.54

7.89
7.80
7.51

7.73
7.70
7,44

7.78
7.79
7.47

7.73
7.73
7.41

7.49
7.71
7.37

7.49
7.77
7.38

7.92
7.64
7.30

7.39
7.17
6.91

7.64
7.30
6.81

7.59
7.14
6.73

Bankers acceptances3'5'*
3-month
6- month

7.80
7.60

7.97
7.77

7.92
7.73

7.82
7.64

7.71
7.58

7.78
7.58

7.74
7.48

7.80
7.51

7.99
7.72

7.68
7.40

7.33
7.11

7.60
7.18

7.95
7.38

Certificates of deposit, secondary
market3-9
1 1 1 -month
... .
12
3-month
13 6-month

8.02
8.02
8.02

8.10
8.11
8.10

8.08
8.11
8.10

8.02
8.05
8.05

7.89
7.95
7.94

7.93
7.98
7.95

7.86
7.95
7.87

7.83
7.97
7.87

8.04
8.23
8.08

8.22
7.96
7.85

7.79
7.54
7.46

8.22
7.79
7.54

9.17
8.13
7.78

14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month 3 ' 10

8.11

8.09

8.13

8.09

7.95

7.95

7.98

7.99

8.14

8.19

7.69

7,74

8.19

7.13
7.14
7.07

7.16
7.18
7.12

7.20
7.20
7.09

7.19
7.15
7.02

7.11
7.08
6.93

7.08
7.05
6.88

7.07
7.03
6.84

7.07
7.03
6.82

7.04
7.00
6.83

6.99
6.88
6.78

6.83
6.71
6.64

6.66
6.64
6.53

6.48
6.59
6.51

7.18
7.21
n.a.

7.19
7.21
n.a,

7.18
7.22
n.a.

7.20
7.16
7.01

7.12
7.13
n.a.

7.07
7.05
n.a.

7.05
7.02
n.a.

7.08
7.05
6.81

7.02
6.96
n.a.

7.06
6.96
n.a.

6.86
6.74
n.a.

6.78
6.77
6.58

6.52
6.57
n.a.

7.58
7.88
8.07
8.33
8.59
8.69
8.83

7.62
7.97
8.18
8.47
8.75
8.87
9.02

7.58
7.90
8.10
8.34
8.61
8.74
8.88

7.50
7.83
7.99
8.24
8.50
8.64
8.77

7.41
7.75
7.95
8.22
8.49
8.64
8.77

7.35
7.65
7.81
8.13
8.39
8.53
8.67

7.30
7.59
7.70
8.00
8.24
8.35
8.51

7.29
7.58
7.69
7.96
8.19
8.30
8.47

7.30
7.54
7.68
7.93
8.20
8.29
8.44

7.24
7.45
7.57
7.80
8.08
8.16
8.32

7.08
7.28
7.40
7.65
7.90
7.97
8.13

6.96
7.27
7.42
7.69
7.96
8.03
8.20

6.95
7.28
7.49
7.79
8.08
8.15
8.31

8.90

9.09

8.94

8.84

8.84

8.73

8.56

8.53

8.50

8.37

8.19

8.27

8.41

7.35
7.50
7.48

7.20
7.40
7.56

7.27
7.44
7.48

7.12
7.39
7.43

7.00
7.30
7.29

6.38
7.15
7.24

6.80
7.23
7.15

6.80
7.23
7.13

6.78
7.20
7.08

6.81
7.12
7.06

6.52
7.09
7.05

6.60
7.10
7.11

6.60
7.10
7.14

9.99

10.06

10.07

10.00

10.00

9.95

9.85

9.78

9.76

9.68

9.58

9.62

9.65

9.54
9.74
10.04
10.65

9.59
9.82
10.08
10.74

9.57
9.81
10.09
10.79

9.45
9.74
10.05
10.75

9.47
9.71
10.05
10.76

9.38
9.67
9.97
10.75

9.30
9.58
9.88
10.64

9.25
9.53
9.80
10.52

9.20
9.52
9.78
10.53

9.13
9.45
9.68
10.46

9.03
9.33
9.58
10.37

9.02
9.38
9.62
10.44

9.04
9.40
9.67
10.47

10.16

10.34

10.23

10.20

10.11

10.15

10.03

10.03

10.03

9.91

9.92

9.96

9.99

9.09
3.94

9.20
4.09

9.15
4.10

9.10
3.91

8.96
4.03

8.90
4.02

8.80
3.84

8.90
3.90

8.92
3.87

8.80
3.74

8.72
3.74

8.67
3.75

8.68
3.74

9
10

U.S. Treasury bills
Secondary market3'5
3-month
6-month
1-year
Auction average3'5'"
18
3-month .
1 9 6-month
20
1-year
15
16
17

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

Constant maturities12
1-year
. .
2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
....
30-year

Composite**
28 Over 10 years (long-term)
STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody' s series*4
29 Aaa
30 Baa
. .
31 Bond buyer series15

. .

CORPORATE BONDS
32 Seasoned issues all industries16
33
34
35
36

Rating group
Aaa
Aa . . . .
A ....
Baa

..

37 A-rated, recently-offered utility bonds17 . . .
MEMO: Dividend-price ratio**
38 Preferred stocks
39 Common stocks




43

22. Stock market: Selected statistics, 1990
A. Stock prices and trading
Averages of daily figures
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar,

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug. | Sept. | Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

183.48
225 81
158 64
90 61
133 23

187.96
225.79
173 67
95.69
150 11

182.55
220.60
166 69
92 15
142 68

186.26
226. 14
175 08
92.99
143 14

185.61
226.86
173 54
91.92
138 57

191.35
234 85
173 53
93 29
142 94

196.68
242.42
177 37
93.65
147 93

196.61
245.86
173 18
89.85
143 11

181.45
226.73
147 41
85.81
128 14

173.22 168.05
216.81 208.58
136.95 131 99
83.30
87.27
118 59 108 01

172.21
212.81
132.96
89.69
113.76

179.57
221.86
141.31
91,56
122.18

6 Standard & Poor's Corporation
(1941-43=10)'

33463

339.97

330.45

338.47

338,18

350.25

360.39

360.03

330.75

315.41

307.12

315.29

328.75

7 American Stock Exchange
(Aug. 31, 1973^50)

338.36

367.40

355.30

360.77

353.32

353.82

361.62

359.09

333.49

318.53

296.67

294.88

305.54

Series
1
2
3
4
5

Common stock prices (indexes)
New York Stock Exchange
(Dec. 31, 1965 = 50)
Industrial
Transportation
Utility
..
...
Finance

Volume of trading (thousands of shares)
8 New York Stock Exchange
9 American Stock Exchange . .

156,777 172,420 155,960 149,240 140,062 163,486 153,634 160,490 174,466 142,054 159,590 149,916 155,836
13,155 14,831 13,735 15,133 13,961 14,005 12,421 12,529 15,881 11,668 11,294 10,368 11,620

B. Customer financing
Millions of dollars, end-of-period balances
Series

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Margin credit at brokerdealers . .

32,640

31,480

30,760

31,060

3]l,600

31,720

32,130

30,350

29,640

28,650

27,820

28,210

MEMO: Free credit
balances at brokers2
2 Margin accounts
3 Cash accounts

6,755
17,370

6,575
16,200

6,525
16,510

6,465
15,375

6,215
15,470

6,490
15,625

6,385
17,035

7,140
16,745

7,285
16,185

7,245
15,820

7,300
17,025

8,050
19,285

C. Margin requirements under Regulations T, U, G, and X3
Percent of market value; effective dates shown
Type of security or sale
1 Margin stocks
2 Convertible bonds
3 Short sales

44



Mar. 11, 1968

70
50
70

June 8, 1968

80
60
80

May 6, 1970

Dec. 6, 1971

Nov. 24, 1972

Jan. 3, 1974

65
50
65

55
50
55

65
50
65

50
50
50

23. Selected assets and liabilities of financial institutions, 1990
A. SAIF-insured institutions
Millions of dollars, end of period
Account

Mar.

Feb.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec.

1,236,517 1,225,087 1,223,350 1,210,338 1,197,787 1,174,615 1,162,297 1,156,789 1,125,653 1,116,641 1,109,032 1,084,900

1 Assets
2 Mortgages
....
3 Mortgage-backed
securities
4 Contra-assets to
mortgage assets' . .
5 Commercial loans
6 Consumer loans
7
Centra-assets to
nonmortgage
loans2
8 Cash and investment
securities
9 Other3
10 Liabilities and net
worth
11
12
13
14
15
16

Jan.

Savings capital
Borrowed money
FHLBB
Other
Other . . .
Net worth

727,559

721,450

717,687

715,422

708,550

691,239

689,079

684,936

665,655

662,309

653,472

633,567

169,414

167,260

167,683

166,167

165,741

159,173

158,146

156,398

154,197

153,469

155,616

155,320

24,162
31,911
57,321

22,729
31,770
56,821

23,073
31,069
56,805

21,999
30,931
56,639

22,044
30,351
55,659

20,337
28,753
55,171

19,552
28,483
54,666

19,453
27,868
53,387

18,550
26,762
51,874

17,139
26,052
50,746

17,038
25,262
50,177

16,918
24,139
48,756

2,251

2,279

2,476

2,227

1,771

1,980

1,989

2,034

1,982

1,769

1,692

1,936

145,998
97,237

146,534
95,439

160,519
116,206

157,314
115,480

162,313
113,341

153,346
112,059

152,391
108,910

155,674
106,922

150,399
103,226

153,061
102,627

148,058
99,640

145,286
97,686

1,236,517 1,225,087 1,223,350 1,210,338 1,197,787 1,174,615 1,162,297 1,156,789 1,125,653 1,116,641 1,109,032 1,084,900
933,835
252,942
121,732
131,210
26,987
22,754

926,439
248,135
120,633
127,502
28,096
22,417

929,910
246,875
117,489
129,386
25,997
20,568

916,069
246,646
115,620
131,026
27,341
20,282

902,653
241,943
114,047
127,896
28,807
24,379

890,497
230,169
109,733
120,436
25,151
28,803

885,286
222,439
106,127
116,312
26,798
27,775

878,736
221,872
105,882
115,990
28,293
27,889

857,688
213,563
101,731
111,832
23,874
30,526

851,810
208,105
100,574
107,531
25,559
31,188

846,822
203,855
100,493
103,362
26,127
32,228

835,496
197,353
100,391
96,962
21,305
30,747

B. SAIF-insured federal savings banks
Millions of dollars, end of period
Account
1 Assets
2 Mortgages
3 Mortgage-backed
securities
4
Contra-assets to
mortgage assets' . .
5 Commercial loans
6 Consumer loans
7
Contra-assets to
nonmortgage
loans2
..
8 Finance leases plus
interest
9 Cash and investment
securities
10 Other3

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

583,063

581,983

595,644

593,345

570,795

583,392

580,847

584,632

591,136

588,880

585,847

576,531

331,503

330,366

332,995

333,300

317,985

323,516

328,236

328,895

332,927

332,431

328,122

320,233

76,765

77,016

80,059

81,030

77,781

78,001

80,474

80,994

82,418

82,219

84,190

81,205

12,309
20,310
20,310

11,615
20,244
20,244

11,844
20,366
20,365

11,590
20,324
20,324

10,798
19,713
32,407

10,200
19,683
32,745

9,227
18,810
31,003

9,339
18,662
31,183

9,964
18,767
30,750

9,578
18,458
30,682

9,305
18,197
30,421

9,591
17,674
29,933

986

1,001

908

707

870

813

980

572

Jan.

949

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

70,742
45,444

70,054
46,238

76,158
46,371

72,618
46,180

1 1 Liabilities and net
worth

583,063

581,983

595,644

12
13
14
15
16
17

418,555
126,398
63,516
62,882
9,770
25,986

419,246
124,171
63,026
61,145
10,347
25,723

433,000
126,253
63,550
62,703
9,435
24,169

Savings capital
Borrowed money
FHLBB
Other
Other
Net worth




970

i

July

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

70,999
44,840

75,081
47,723

71,354
44,150

593,345

570,795

583,392

580,847

429,469
126,240
63,120
63,120
9,982
23,505

413,009
123,415
61,057
62,358
10,307
21,138

427,379
121,721
60,666
61,055
8,889
21,944

423,472
118,393
61,287
57,106
9,245
26,424

809

990

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

75,117
45,287

72,454
45,319

75,940
45,008

591,136

588,880

585,847

576,531

434,705
119,991
61,605
58,386
8,253
24,859

436,080
115,472
60,256
55,216
9,063
24,837

436,903
111,270
60,265
51,005
9,824
24,931

434,297
107,270
59,949
47,321
8,193
24,172

n.a.

n.a.

73,756
44,129

73,602
46,043

584,632
424,260
120,592
62,209
58,383
10,128
26,420

45

23. Selected assets and liabilities of financial institutions, 1990—Continued
C. Credit unions4
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

1 Total assets/liabilities
and capital

183,301

186,119

192,718

193,208

195,020

195,302

194,523

196,625

197,272

2
3

..

120,489
62 812

122,885
63 234

126,690
66 028

127,250
65 958

128,648
66 372

128,142
67 160

127,564
66 959

128,715
67 910

129,086
68 186

4 Loans outstanding
5
Federal
6
State
....
7 Savings
8
Federal
9
State

122,332
80041
42 291
166 629
109 818
56,811

121,968
79 715
42 253
168 609
111 246
57,363

121,660
79 407
42,253
175 942
115,714
60,228

122,616
80 205
42 411
175 745
115 554
60,191

123,205
80 550
42 655
176 701
116402
60,299

123,968
8 1 063
42 905
178 127
116 717
61,408

124,343
81 063
43,280
176 360
115,305
61,056

126,156
82 040
44,116
178 081
116,411
61,670

127,341
82 823
44,518
177 532
115,469
62,063

Mar.

Apr

Ma y

June

Jul>

Aug

Account

Federal
State

Oct

Nov

]

i

\

| |
n. a.

n. a -

ir

ir

Dec.
198,206
130,073
68 133
127,132
83 029
44 102
179 974
117,892
62,082

D. Life insurance companies5
Millions of dollars, end of period
Account
1 Assets
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Securities
Government
United States6 . . . .
State and local . . . .
Foreign7
Business
Bonds
Stocks
Mortgages
Real estate
Policy loans
..
Other assets

46



Feb

Jan.
i

L

n a.

n. a
d

1r

ir

1,329,056

'

189,302
164,056
9,322
15,924
672,940
549,742
123,198
260,282
41,387
61 108
104,037

ik

n. a.

ir

n

a
a

1

r

'

195,287
167,735
10,963
16,589
705,070
570,245
134,825
264,865
44,188
63,144
104,106

Sept.
k

1,376,660

n a.

i

r

n

i

202,962
175,156
11,818
15,988
709,470
588,251
121,219
266,063
44,544
60,641
103,783

Oct.

Nov

Dec.
i

1,387,463

n. a.

n«

"

^

1,411,881
208,782
180,200
12,038
16,544
724,603
596,053
128,550
267,922
44,718
61,562
104,294

24. Federal fiscal and financing operations, 1990
Millions of dollars
Fiscal
year1
U.S. budget2
Receipts total
.....
On-budget
Off-budget
Outlays total
On-budget
Off-budget
Surplus, or deficit (-), total
On-budget
Off-budget . .

Calendar year
Year

HI

H2
503 123
369 901
133 222
647 2 1 8
530 977
116,241
- 144,096
= 161 076
16 981

Source of financing (total)
10 Borrowing from the public
11 Operating cash (decrease, or increase (-)) . . .
12 Other3
MEMO
13 Treasury operating balance
(level end of period)
14 Federal Reserve Banks
15 Tax and loan accounts . . .

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

U.S. budget2
Receipts total
On-budget
Off-budget
Outlays, total
On-budget . .
Off-budget
Surplus, or deficit (-), total
On-budget
Off-budget

Source of financing (total)
10 Borrowing from the public
11 Operating cash (decrease, or increase ( — )) . . .
12 Other3
MEMO
13 Treasury operating balance
(level end of period)
14 Federal Reserve Banks
15 Tax and loan accounts . . .




1 031 308
749 654
281 654
1 251 766
1 026 701
225,065
-220,458
- 277 047
56,590

1 051 984
763 157
288,827
1 288 085
1,059,416
228,669
-236,103
- 296 259
60,158

548 861
393 256
155 605
640 867
528 439
112,428
-92,007
-135 183
43,177

264 453
818
-44 813

298 823
-5,253
-57,467

131 117
-7,683
-31 427

40 155
7,638
32 517

32,188
8,960
23,228

34 618
5,470
29 148

May

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

June

July

167 706
2,430
- 26 040

32 188
8,960
23 228

Aug.

Jan.
99 524
74 229
25 295
91 242
72 927
18,315
8,282
1 302
6,980
15 841
-18,117
-6006

45 052
13,153
31 899

Sept,

Feb.
65 141
44 104
21 037
100 348
80 785
19,563
-35,207
-36 681
1 474

Mar.

Apr.

64 805
38 976
25 829
118 128
97 605
20,523
= 53,324
-58 629
5 306

139 604
106 755
32 849
97 775
79 659
18,116
41,829
27 096
14 733

18 221
25,463
-8 477

56 090
1,123
= 3 889

-5 935
-20,830
- 15 064

19 589
6,613
12 976

18 466
4,832
13 634

39 296
5,205
34,091

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

69 186
45,488
23 698
1 1 1 ,668
91 717
19 951
-42,482
-46 229
3,747

110 601
83,704
26,897
121,706
105,746
15 960
-11,105
-22,042
10,937

72 329
50,418
21,911
98,253
79,806
18 447
-25,924
-29 388
3,464

78 462
56,260
22 202
131,181
89,692
41 489
-52,719
-33 432
- 19,287

102 939
78,607
24,332
82,160
80,748
1 413
20,778
-2,141
22,919

76 986
57,026
19 960
108,270
89,358
18 912
-31,285
-32 332
1,048

70 507
45,531
24 976
118,142
96,694
21 448
-47,635
-51 163
3,528

101,900
82,059
19,841
109,212
94,679
14,532
-7,311
- 12,620
5,309

23 380
25,594
- 6,492

23,520
-20,916
8,501

24,230
9,862
-8,168

47,330
2,433
2,956

-2,595
-17,832
-351

32,265
4,720
-5,700

46,776
12,533
- 1 1 ,674

19,700
-9,286
-3,103

13 702
4,426
9 276

34 618
5,470
29,148

24 756
6,369
18,387

22 323
4,453
17,869

40,155
7,638
32,517

35 435
7,607
27,828

22 902
5,495
17,406

32,188
8,960
23,228

47

25. U.S. budget, 19901
A. Receipts
Millions of dollars, calendar years

2 Individual income taxes, net . . .
3 Withheld
4
Presidential Election
Campaign Fund
5
Nonwithheld
6
Refunds
Corporate income taxes
7 Gross receipts
8
Refunds
9 Social insurance taxes and
contributions, net
10 Employment taxes and
contributions2
11
Self-employment taxes and
contributions 3
12 Unemployment insurance . . . .
13 Other net receipts4
14 Excise taxes
15 Customs deposits
16 Estate and gift taxes
17 Miscellaneous receipts5

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

July

Aug.

Oct.

Nov.

1,051,984

Source
1 All sources

99,524

65,141

64,805 139,604

69,186 110,601

72,329

78,462 102,939

76,986

70,507 101,900

473,832
397,688

56,068
34,172

28,848
32,852

12,641
31,323

21,483
32,548

33,308
32,211

36,455
34 610

40,691
37,777

27,156
27,505

Year

May

Apr.

74,390
27,855

June

49,657
31,469

Sept.

46,664
30,806

Dec.

46,471
44,560

33

0

9

6

6

5

31

-29

1

0

0

0

149,403
73 293

22,389

62,629
16 100

7,235
18 306

19,573
1 390

2,783
1 716

3,451
1 577

17,420
1,562

950

1,606
1,956

2,605

4 968

4,889
23 581

3,863

493

112,874
15,929

4,277
1,159

2,678
1,447

14,477
1,823

15,424
2,049

2,461
904

19,513
944

3,364
1,307

2,564
956

18,868
1,524

3,691
2,077

2,132
837

23,425
902

388,944

32,863

29,055

32,961

43,821

37,450

34,326

29,610

32,047

31,010

26,598

33,723

25,480

362,493

31,767

26,473

32,376

41 090

29 869

33 694

27 554

27 919

30,480

25 144

31,209

24,918

21,655
21,925
4,527
35,688
16,664
11,775
28,138

1,213
742
354
2 600
1,440
805
2,630

1,500
2,230
352
2 263
1,228
664
1,853

1,213
173
412
2 796
1,397
769
1,587

10 685
2,377
354
3 186
1,273
2 307
1,251

1 472
7,155
426
3 743
1,371
1 045
2,538

2 934
252
380
3 565
1,387
852
2,247

0

0

0

0

0

1,701
355
3 052
1,505
924
1,872

3,712
416
2 740
1,627
883
3,103

2,638
186
344
2 774
1,273
875
2,999

1,082
373
3 Oil
1,528
1,065
2,47?

2,098
416
2 953
1,354
845
3,182

217
345
3 005
1,281
741
2,399

Jan.

Feb.

Apr.

May

June

4
960

694

B. Outlays4
Millions of dollars, calendar year s
Source
1 All types
2 National defense
3 International affairs
4 General science, space, and
technology
5 Energy
6 Natural resources and
environment
7 Agriculture
.
8 Commerce and housing credit . .
9 Transportation
10 Community and regional
development
11 Education, training, employment,
and social services
12 Health
13 Social security and medicare . , .
14 Income security
15 Veterans benefits and services . .
16 Administration of justice
17 General government
18 Net interest6
19 Undistributed offsetting
receipts7

48




Year
1,288,085

Mar.

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

91,242 100,348 118,128

97,775 111,668 121,706

98,253 131,181

302,230
15,713

21,973
1,250

24,870
1,144

29,526
1,568

22,155
1 026

26,339
1 204

27,870

22,717

21,497
1,957

779

27,586
4,652

25,669

28

28 664
1 019

23,364

578

15 055
2,195

1 058

1 066

1 244

1 247

1 106

1 253

1 283

1 313

1 486

463

319

202

200

172

1 132
-357

1 231

22

200

1 616

10

505

269

190

1,520

82,160 108,270 118,142 109,212

488

17,276
1,129
14,328
1,113
76,163 = 1,133
29 972
2 409

1,200
1 875
7,328
2 103

1,211
2 089
3,870
2 272

1 536
1 254
8,937
2452

170

417

98

67

1,886
2 097

17,784
2 421

5,142
2 683

3,045
2 734

12,018
2 608

1,409
1 651
8,413
2 780

3,103
1 903
4,276
2 494

1,138
2,742
4,597
2 919

7,926

848

575

797

534

681

552

606

614

671

836

1 249

= 37

38,525
60,912
352,350
154 423
30,696
10,133
11,892
185,805

3,496
4,663
28,228
12 010
1,086
797
989
14,281

3,421
4,459
28,291
13 609
2,608
790
484
15,924

3,135
4,809
29,032
16069
3,857
724
982
15,853

3,266
5,210
28,536
12 733
1,316
841
395
14,542

3,127
5,098
29,372
13 031
2,608
870
678
16,062

3,092
5,249
32,538
11 023
3,742
846
1 388
14,493

2,198
5,103
30,226
11 786
1,269
894
807
15,153

3,417
5,585
49,891
13 475
3,624
841
691
17,556

2,730
4,804
8,623
10 206
1,208
703
1,400
15,697

3,660
5,491
28,339
12 819
2,899
960
1,227
14,744

3,120
5,235
29,973
13 758
4,033
1,021
1,875
15,138

3,863
5,206
29,301
13 904
2,446
846
976
16,362

1,034

949

1,233

1 375

1 388

-37,517 -2,967 -2,884 -2,437 -3,668 -3 002 -2,730 -3,634 -2 987

-4,320 -3,222 -2,775 -2,891

26. Federal debt subject to statutory limitation, 1990
Billions of dollars, end of period

Qi
.., .

2 Public debt securities . . .
3
Held by public
4
Held by agencies .
5 Agency securities
6
Held by public
7
Held by agencies

..

. . . .

..

....

8 Debt subject to statutory limit

..

Q3

Q4

3,131.9

3,236,6

3,356.1

3 007 0
2,287 4
719 6
27 9
27 8

3 100 0
2,344.9
755 1
31.9
31 8

3 204 6
2,423 7
780 9
31 8

3 323 5
2,507.7
815 8
32.6
32 5

2,962.2

3,033.5

3,132.6

3,244.6

2 961 9

,

Q2

3,034.9

Item
1 Federal debt outstanding

3 033 1

3 132 3

3 244 2

1

..

....

9 Public debt securities
10 Other debt 1

320

1

1

3

3

3,122.7

MEMO
1 1 Statutory debt limit

.4
3,122.7

3,1709

3,840.0

Q3

Q4

.4

27. Gross public debt of the U.S. Treasury: Types and ownership, 1989-90
Billions of dollars, end of period

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

2,799.9

2,857.4

2,953.0

3,052.0

3,143.8

3,233.3

3,364.8

2,738.3
1,871.7
417.0
1,121.4
318.4
866.6
154.4
6.7
6.7
.0
110.4
594.7
2.6

2,797.4
1,877.3
397.1
1,137.2
328.0
920.1
156.0
6.2
6.2
.0
112.3
645.2
2.5

2,836.3
1,892.8
406,6
1,133.2
338.0
943.5
158.6
6.8
6.8
.0
114.0
663.7
21.1

2,931.8
1,945.4
430.6
1,151.5
348.2
986.4
163.3
6.8
6.8
.0
115.7
695.6
21.2

3,029.5
1,995.3
453,1
1,169.4
357.9
1,034.2
163.5
37.1
37.1
.0
118.0
705.1
22.4

3,121.5
2,028.0
453.5
1,192.7
366.8
1,093.5
164.3
36.4
36.4
.0
120.1
758.7
22.3

3,210.9
2,092.8
482.5
1,218.1
377.2
1,118.2
161.3
36.0
36.0
.0
122.2
779.4
22.4

3,362.0
2,195.8
527.4
1,265.2
388.2
1,166.2
160.8
43.5
43.5
.0
124.1
813.8
2.8

607.5
228.6
1,903.4
200.7
13.0
120.4
90.6
326.4

657.8
231.8
1,909.1
186.6
11.3
121.7
97.7
332.0

676.7
220.6
1,958.3
174.8
12.9
124.1
97.8
338.0

707.8
228.4
2,015.8
174.8
14.9
130.1
98.8
338.7

722.7
219.3
2,115.1
189.2
31.3
133.8
102.2
348.7

775.0
231.4
2,141.8
189.2
28.1
137.0
112.1
345.7

795.8
232.5
2,207.3
188.0
33.6
138.9
114.6
344.0

828,3
259.8
2,288.3
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

112.2
92.0
376.6
591.5

114.0
97.7
369.1
603.8

115.7
97.8
394.9
632.2

117.7
98.8
392.9
672.5

119.9
102.2
386.3
749.5

121.9
112.1
392.3
n.a.

123.9
114.6
404.9
n.a.

126.2
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

Qi

Q2

2,740.9

Type and holder

1990

1989
1 Total gross public debt
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

By type
Interest-bearing
Marketable
Bills
Notes .
Bonds
Non marketable1 . . . . . . . .
State and local government series
Foreign issues2
Government
Public
Savings bonds and notes
Government account series3 .
Non -interest- bearing debt

....

By holder 4
15 U.S. Treasury and other federal agencies and trust funds . . . .
16 Federal Reserve Banks . . . .
17 Private investors
18 Commercial banks
19 Money market funds
20 Insurance companies
21
Other companies . .
.
22
State and local governments
Individuals
23
Savings bonds
24 Other securities
....
25
Foreign and international5
26 Other miscellaneous investors6




49

28. U.S. government securities dealers, 19901
A. Transactions
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures, par value

IMMEDIATE TRANSACTIONS

12
13
14
15
16

25
26

Dec.

40,090

47,927

31,703

32,259

32,387

41,546
31,644
16,863
18,251

44,357
35,212
15,110
15,657

29,840
25,896
11,386
13,365

33,722
25,249
15,451
15,364

28,498
24,702
11,161
13,055

6,150
672
984

8,217
642
868

4,397

4,562

4,968

534
836

626
605

509
614

9,292

13,115

9,005

8,646

12,308

1,797

1,808

1,247

1,440

1,340

92,644

99,805

70,998

74,510

66,700

2,243
4,118

2,414
5,184

3,031

1,900

1,842

7,323

2,007
4,834

5,036

7,230

38,183

55,751

58,458

41,193

47,535

43,103

4,235
4,586

By type of counterparty
Primary dealers and brokers
U.S. Treasury and federal agency securities
Federal agency
Debt securities
Mortgage-backed securities
Customers
U.S. Treasury and federal agency securities
Federal agency
Debt securities
Mortgage-backed securities
FUTURE AND FORWARD TRANSACTIONS 5

22
23
24

Nov.

63,538

June

5,392
5,906

6,696
7,599

3,760

5,418

3,894
5,050

4,248
6,418

3,019

5,645

6,048

3,694

5,402

4,833

1,314
641
850

2,020

895
1,678

1,758
814
1,438

1,306
523
873

6,202

12,655

11,820

8,957

1,556
797
1,295
10,185

1,093
810
1,037
7,861

93
33
156

53
60
24

39
118
51

81
53
96

47
57
36

113
36
39

8,263
1,513

10,240
1,806

10,575
1,593

8,427
721

9,025
1,151

6,603
780

407
340
196
1,671

974
455
406

1,442
582
347

661

3,564

3,098

715
223
182
2,152

240
202
2,299

650
270
195
1,648

490

613

541

484

370

382

3

By type of security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities
Maturing in less than 3.5 years .
Maturing in 3.5 to 7,5 years . .
Maturing in 7.5 to 15 years , . .
Maturing in 15 years or more . .
Federal agency securities
Debt
Maturing in less than 3.5 years .
Maturing in 3.5 to 7,5 years . .
Maturing in 7.5 years or more .
Mortgage-backed securities
Pass-throughs
All others'*

11

May

Oct.

7,202
1,502

Apr

Sept.

4,759
698
1,021

Mar.

Aug.

25,554
24,605
9,406
14,235

Feb.

July 2

27,920

Jan.

Item

By type of deliverable security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities
Maturing in less than 3,5 years .
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years . .
Maturing in 7.5 to 15 years . . .
Maturing in 15 years or more . .
Federal agency securities
Debt
Maturing in less than 3.5 years .
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years . .
Maturing in 7.5 years or more .
Mortgage-backed securities
Pass-throughs
A M rtfhpr«'f
All others'*

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.<

OPTION TRANSACTIONS 6

27
28
29
30

31

By type of underlying securities
U.S. Treasury securities
Coupon securities
Maturing in less than 3.5 years ,
Maturing in 3,5 to 7.5 years . ,
Maturing in 7.5 to 15 years . . ,
Maturing in 15 years or more . . ,
Federal agency securities, mortgage-backed
Pass-throughs

50




28. U.S. government securities dealers, 19901—Continued
A. Transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures, par value
Week ending Wednesday 2
July 4
IMMEDIATE TRANSACTIONS

]
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
9
10

11
12
13
14
15
16

July 1 1 July 18

July 25

Aug. 1

Aug. 8 Aug. 15 Aug. 22 Aug. 29 Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26

29,795

25,929

27,612

25,029

33,003

36,174 28,447

25,321

33,071

137,000 27,055

34,100

35,161

..
..

22,221
23,035
7,714

18,577
22,744
9,089

31,073
31,694
10,722

25,261
20,280
8,564

30,240
24,653
10,479

50,782 28,905
36,542 21,881
20,608 16,192

26,268
21,024
10,080

29,183
20,053
10,589

124,819 26,336
102,836 20,658
45,018
9,572

28,840
23,186
10,294

33,798
23,737
8,987

..

12,162

15,916

17,986

10,542

13,619

23,103

19,567

12,034

10,503

40,058

1 1 ,443

11,001

10,759

..

6,106
798

3,580
476

4,838
721

4,266
936

5,741
575

3,704
697

3,202
661

3,406
558

4,555
417

30,684
1,611

3,392
496

4,297
550

4,516
360

693

1,470

1,246

752

759

890

874

735

752

2,808

587

463

443

6,538
1,374

9,039
1,569

6,149
1,513

5,747
1,197

8,540
1,881

6,599
1,591

6,749
1,358

7,254
1,437

7,205
1,309

33,069
5,489

8,551
1,207

9,178
1,429

10,251
111

58,042

57,908

73,570

57,507

69,694

107,703

70,773

59,811

61,583

280,885 61,712

67,593

71,205

2,235
3,818

2,294
5,546

2,461
2,704

1,991
3,551

2,228
5,035

1,752
3,528

1,653
3,515

1,349
4,205

1,710
4,116

10,485
18,684

1,607
5,064

1,715
4,291

1,576
5,986

36,884

34,347

45,517

32,170

42,299

59,505 44,219

34,917

41,815

168,845

33,352

39,828

41,238

5,362
4,094

3,232
5,063

4,344
4,958

3,963
3,393

4,847
5,386

3,539
4,662

3,084
4,592

3,349
4,487

4,014
4,398

24,618
19,874

2,869
4,694

3,595
6,316

3,742
5,042

2,270

2,717

2,665

3,542

3,749

8,126

2,803

4,027

4,224

15,091

4,288

5,256

3,812

940
933
790

1,120
650
1,085

1,925
823
750

991
510
807

1,476
348
111

2,419
857
2,137

1,579
527
1,380

1,280
597
1,13!

1,856
895
1,206

4,663
2,926
4,271

1,132
230
993

1,242
542
1,014

1,242
394
690

5,580

5,477

7,551

5,519

6,741

14,426

10,989

9,091

8,726

34,075

8,104

8,038

6,866

97
16

102
35

90
18

20
66

10
32

87
186

22
18

89
12

74
39

17
240

40
167

46
25

3

By type of security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities
Maturing in less than
3.5 years
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years
Maturing in 7.5 to 15 years .
Maturing in 15 years
or more
Federal agency securities
Debt
Maturing in less than
3 5 years
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years
Maturing in 7.5 years
or more
Mortgage- backed securities
Pass-throughs
All others'*

By type of counterparty
Primary dealers and brokers
U.S. Treasury and federal agency
securities
...
Federal agency
Debt securities
Mortgage-backed securities . .
Customers
U.S. Treasury and federal agency
securities
Federal agency
Debt securities
Mortgage-backed securities . .
FUTURE AND FORWARD
TRANSACTIONS 5

17
18
19
20
21

22
23
24
25
26

By type of deliverable security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities
Maturing in less than
3.5 years
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years . .
Maturing in 7.5 to 15 years . . .
Maturing in 15 years
or more
Federal agency securities
Debt
Maturing in less than
3 5 years
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years . .
Maturing in 7.5 years
or more
Mortgage- backed securities
Pass-throughs
All others4

143
31

22

559

23

64

31

4,817
1,704

9,542
1,826

1 1 ,999
1,162

6,793
1,612

6,419
1,294

432
266
205

289
254
130

585
555
185

231
215
258

535
391
210

669
597
422

1,869

1,746

1,683

2,009

3,284

391

687

579

437

632

19

8,531
1,969

31

21

14

50

7

23

84

11,145
1,519

8,625
1,511

7,626
1,072

24,734
4,949

7,420
902

9,207
1,277

7,891
510

651
150
333

673
173
310

762
187
235

4,044
2,273
1,310

613
185
194

1,056
389
68

1,222
267
268

2,794

3,266

9,839

2,118

1,523

1,992

549

360

1,268

613

OPTION TRANSACTIONS 6

27
28
29
30

31

By type of underlying securities
U.S. Treasury securities
Coupon securities
Maturing in less than
3.5 years
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years . .
Maturing in 7.5 to 15 years . . .
Maturing in 15 years
or more
Federal agency securities,
mortgage- backed
Pass-throughs




1,193
303

2,714
682

335

348

51

28. U.S. government securities dealers, 19901—Continued
A. Transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures, par value
Week ending Wednesday2
Item

Oct. 3
IMMEDIATE TRANSACTIONS

1
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
9
10

Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31

32,983

25,760

27,777

31,294

41,215

31,843

32,252

33,315

33,373

27,897

34,908

38,353

27,373

33,909
28,914
1 1 ,437

30,186
32,464
12,709

27,030
24,794
10,986

23,708
22,529
1 1 ,436

35,995
21,988
10,381

41,958
22,988
20,113

34,487
26,240
20,286

28,980
24,388
12,856

31,268
25,146
9,189

29,207
30,839
13,845

30,842
33,550
15,248

34,040
28,773
13,104

22,107
12,353
7,169

13,472

15,301

14,882

12,318

10,897

15,097

20,230

15,643

10,697

14,837

18,638

15,853

6,898

5,630
492

4,365
651

3,856
422

3,843
605

4,784
481

4,677
789

4,498
765

4,598
471

3,915
461

5,966
672

5,203
719

5,194
583

3,811
312

733

879

413

364

660

819

717

283

460

1,064

653

379

11,595
1,313

9,897
1,189

7,206
1,215

7,805
955

9,557
1,590

10,145
1,171

7,323
1,512

7,194
1,648

9,209
J,4S2

10,428
1,304

14,447
2,263

15,097
1,262

10,793
1,020

75,446

73,706

67,902

65,863

73,852

80,226

81,041

71,264

66,286

72,565

32,598

81,552

43,555
1,169
7,333

Nov. 7 |Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 [ Dec. 26

3

By type of security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities
Maturing in less than
3.5 years
..
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years , .
Maturing in 7.5 to 15 years . . .
Maturing in 15 years
or more
,.
Federal agency securities
Debt
Maturing in less than
3 5 years
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years . .
Maturing in 7.5 years
or more
Mortgage- backed securities
Pass-throughs
All others*

By type of counterparty
Primary dealers and brokers
11 U.S. Treasury and federal agency
securities . . . .
Federal agency
12
Debt securities
13
Mortgage-backed securities . , .
Customers
14 U.S. Treasury and federal agency
securities
Federal agency
15
Debt securities
16
Mortgage-backed securities . . .

1,751

2,339
6,854

2,207
4,566

2,373
3,112

1,543
4,655

1,705
5,792

2,027
5,550

2,062
3,946

1,885
4,409

1,519
5,921

2,163
5,829

2,336
8,149

2,012
8,397

45,269

42,714

37,568

35,421

46,624

51,774

52,453

43,918

43,386

44,060

50,588

48,570

32,344

4,517
6,054

3,688
6,520

3,656
5,309

3,318
4,106

3,923
5,356

4,099
5,766

4,020
4,889

3,901
4,433

3,139
4,770

4,934
5,904

4,649
8,560

4,417
7,962

3,332
4,480

4,451

2,736

3,969

2,792

4,826

4,187

4,582

5,182

6,801

7,540

8,577

4,009

1 ,852

1,545
839
1,231

1,232
697
873

1,464
360
912

1,385
501
795

1,003
345
698

2,048
629
1,171

1,651
646
2,031

1,467
625
917

1,126
1,169
1,137

1,384
1,093
1,111

1,197
1,114
1,249

1,241
928
1,177

934
399
745

9,571

9,516

9,604

9,438

6,902

10,420

12,866

10,013

7,724

9,472

10,699

9,377

4,572

29
38

143
37

88
28

79
148

45
11

24
22

47
93

110
24

6
100

46
38

86
14

133
85

210
26

150

191

54

21

87

26

72

27

17

41

62

32

38

7,351
1,786

10,948
274

9,089
354

6,966
1,051

7,350
567

13,008
1,270

9,531
604

6,793
1,142

6,651
1,276

9,302
917

8,057
791

4,226
542

1,124
306
179

679
216
243

704
257
274

433
133
140

798
234
72

600
183
225

774
345
304

673
174
91

634
279
212

574
187
136

737
616
401

754
167
201

453
94
100

2,704

1,417

2,206

2,410

2,067

2,956

373

392

289

653

354

178

FUTURE AND FORWARD
TRANSACTIONS 5

17
18
19
20
21

22
23
24
25
26

By type of deliverable securities
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities
Maturing in less than
3 5 years
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years . .
Maturing in 7.5 to 15 years . . .
Maturing in 15 years
or more
Federal agency securities
Debt
Maturing in less than
3.5 years
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years . .
Maturing in 7.5 years
or more
Mortgage-backed securities
Pass-throughs
All others'*

7,717
1,541

OPTION TRANSACTIONS*

27
28
29
30

31

By type of underlying securities
U.S. Treasury securities
Coupon securities
Maturing in less than
3.5 years
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years . .
Maturing in 7.5 to 15 years . . .
Maturing in 15 years
or more
Federal agency securities,
mortgage- backed
Pass-throughs

52



2,142
272

1,880
927

2,612
370

1,195
386

2,028
815

1,676
277

1,872
110

28. U.S. government securities dealers, 19901—Continued
B. Positions7
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures

Jan.

Item
NET IMMEDIATE

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

I May | June

| July 2

| Aug. | Sept.

| Oct. | Nov. | Dec.

8

By type of security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities
Maturing in less than 3.5 years . .
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years
Maturing in 7.5 to 15 years
Maturing in 15 years or more . . .
Federal agency securities
Debt
Maturing in less than 3.5 years .
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years . .
Maturing in 7.5 years or more ,
Mortgage-backed securities
Pass-throughs
All others^
Other money market instruments
Certificates of deposit
Commercial paper
Bankers acceptances

3,032

6,815

3,664

3,258

11,077

14,443

3,183
5,395
-352 -2,016
3,964
3,781 -2,645 -5,090 -5,885 -6,343
-6,018 -5,740 -7,271 -6,987 -6,674
-10,969 -12,241 -14,195 -15,377 -10,609

7,333
-1,780
-7,711
-9,616

3,166
1,446
2,899

4,047
1,797
2,128

4,169
1,737
4,115

4,471
1,662
4,656

3,867
2,135
4,407

17,146
8,574

16,696
8,928

16,330
8,972

17,886
11,548

21,001
12,067

21,431
12,881

2,877

3,129

2,559
6,423

2,526

7,489

2,953
7,307

1,993

6,146
1,030

FUTURE AND FORWARD 9
By type of deliverable security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities
Maturing in less than 3.5 years . .
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years
Maturing in 7.5 to 15 years
Maturing in 15 years or more . . .
Federal agency securities
Debt
Maturing in less than 3.5 years .
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years . .
Maturing in 7.5 years or more .
Mortgage-backed securities
Pass-throughs
All others^
Certificates of deposit

4,136
1,422
2,396

5,995

1,193

954

1,214

1,407

7,132
863

-8,317 -15,495 -11,904 -17,120 -10,671 -19,084

-771
-1,909

-616
327

-5,098

-2,405

-69
-104
162

167
71
-52

-11,755
-124
35,615

-573

-685 -1,605
-890
-982 - 1,726
143
90 -2,256 -5,330

-1,728 - 1,403 -1,541

-798

132
76
100

166
96
188

69
45
-35

-1,347
-3,308
-1,000
-5,865

189
54
-117

-7,823 -7,683 -8,186 -11,250 -9,587
-1,944
324
-812 -2,604 -2,150
47,770 56,474 86,147 85,459 48,860

Week ending Wednesday 2
July 4

July 11

July 18

July 25

Aug. 1

Aug. 8

Aug. 15 Aug. 22 Aug. 29

NET IMMEDIATE 8

By type of security
U.S. Treasury securities
1 Bills
Coupon securities
2
Maturing in less than 3.5 years . .
3
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years
4
Maturing in 7.5 to 15 years
5
Maturing in 15 years or more . . .
Federal agency securities
Debt
6
Maturing in less than 3.5 years
7
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years . .
8
Maturing in 7.5 years or more .
Mortgage-backed securities
9
Pass-throughs
10
All others4
Other money market instruments
11
Certificates of deposit
12
Commercial paper
13
Bankers acceptances

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

22
23
24

FUTURE AND FORWARD 9
By type of deliverable security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities
Maturing in less than 3.5 years . .
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years
Maturing in 7.5 to 15 years
Maturing in 15 years or more . . .
Federal agency securities
Debt
Maturing in less than 3.5 years
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years . .
Maturing in 7.5 years or more .
Mortgage-backed securities
Pass-throughs
All others'*
Certificates of deposit




646

-15

2,777

4,630

6,610

6,517

9,520

6,587

4,975

3,147
3,401
5,050
2,535
2,142
1,538
7,415
6,879
6,286
1,815
5,821
5,815
466 -1,681 -3352 -4,255 -1,683
5,386
-4,665 -5,798 -5,507 -6,578 -7,117 -4,837 -5,312 -5,178 -7,079
-12,681 -11,756 -11,708 - 9,251 -10,051 -12,406 -10,398 -12,494 -13,375

2,381
1,687
1,918

2,856
1,537
3,177

2,967
1,375
3,157

3,257
1,323
2,753

4,175
1,403

4,837
2,690

4,828
1,080
2,535

3,447
1,545
1,947

3,849

3,098

11,066
10,272

16,326
8,737

18,951
7,980

17,521
8,236

19,612
8,338

19,038
8,665

19,894
9,467

15,815
9,458

12,592

2,290
4,877

2,632
6,015
1,105

2,785
6,961
1,026

2,791
5,133
1,069

3,761
7,375

3,436
9,049
1,169

2,759
7,846
1,508

2,879
5,984

3,180
6,541
1,002

891

-7,266

994

1,235

1,133

8,190

-2,792 -8,495 -10,205 -13,051 -18,829 -18,715 -15,794 -10,246

-1,532 - 1,055
-285 -1,186
-16 -551
-678
-680
-1,815 -1,789 -1,774 -2,071 -2,078 -2,465 -1,865 -1,116
-1,579
-910
-880 -181
-769
143
668
137
-4,558 -5,954 -4,823 -4,046 -6,006 -3,406 -2,508 -1,621

186
-19
-57

1,723
2,342

-45
-133
766

-136
-143
-20

-7,479 -12,184 •13,760

280

-747

196

53,686

40,137

37,568

-147
-66
19

-99
-126
-17

45
-17
-42

148
282
-139

11,847 -11,658 -8,732 -11,313
378 -1,887 -2,389
-483
24,023 29,540 43,378 33,875

115
-2
6

-578
-1,659

565
-1,928

397
70
-47

-6,190 -5,320
-3,151
-941
63,054 55,075

53

28. U.S. government securities dealers, 19901—Continued
B. Positions7—Continued
Millions of dollars, averages of daily figures
Week ending Wednesday 2
Item
Sept. 5
NET IMMEDIATE

1

Sept. 12

Sept. 19

Sept. 26

Oct. 3

Oct. 10

Oct. 17

Oct. 24

Oct. 31

8

By type of security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills
Coupon securities
Maturing in less than 3.5 years
Maturing in 3 5 to 7.5 years
Maturing in 7.5 to 15 years
Maturing in 15 years or more
..
Federal agency securities
Debt
Maturing in less than 3.5 years , .
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years
Maturing in 7.5 years or more
Mortgage-backed securities
Pass-throughs
All others *
Other money market instruments
Certificates of deposit
Commercial paper .
Bankers acceptances
FUTURE AND FORWARD**

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

By type of deliverable security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills . .
Coupon securities
Maturing in less than 3 5 years
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years
Maturing in 7 5 to 15 years .
Maturing in 15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt
Maturing in less than 3 5 years . .
Maturing in 3 5 to 7 5 years
Maturing in 7.5 years or more
Mortgage-backed securities
Pass-throughs
All others4
Certificates of deposit
..
...

5,733

...

1,870

2,183

-499

2,025

3,775

2,556

6,284

1,513
-4,903
-7,016
-14,161

-3,123
-6,286
-6,780
-14,008

-1,919
-5,421
-8,039
-14,317

-1,071
-5,570
-7,591
-14,173

-495
-6,369
-6,629
-15,057

-3,553
-5,172
-7,146
-15,085

-3,097
-5,884
-6,662
-15,399

-1,326
-6,250
-7,253
•=16,483

2,661
1,799
2,292

3,388
1,908
2,428

4,597
1,907
1,911

5,020
1,632
1,662

4,269
1,698
2,593

4,672
1,780
2,612

4,185
1,845
4,961

4,464
1,827
4,898

3,314
1,512
4,640

13,296
8,981

...

7,840

3,685
-2,829
-6,987
-14,352

18,592
8,699

19,930
8,166

14,360
8,811

13,311
11,129

17,770
11,53!

22,122
10,892

19,287
12,028

14,324
J 1 ,920

3,600
9,425
1,148

2,773
7,934
946

2,572
6,674
1,219

2,903
5t638
605

3,210
7,590
873

2,889
7,484
1,122

2,568
6,093
1,017

2,171
4,769
1,195

2,327
6,845
1,668

-11,096

-10,398

-13,007

-12,482

-12,607

-13,769

-18,581

-18,855

-19.207

-834
-878
159
-1,152

-71
-888
-50
91

-468
-1,540
481
801

-678
- 1 ,822
588
948

-1,124
- 1 ,984
-913
-1,103

-935
-1,671
-981
-751

-170
- 1 ,696
-1,067
-2,323

-705
-1,559
- 1 ,096
-3,342

-742
-1,050
-814
-3,103

177
5
-21

174
194
=9

113
68
18

73
29
287

141
58
256

109
79
163

123
115
22

264
176
71

180
29
156

-4,989
-1,036
41,825

-10,152
-251
52,817

- 1 1 ,365
981
50,326

-5,536
1,420
68,577

-4,044
-39
70,761

-8,024
-438
79,981

-11,615
-460
86,674

-8,961
-996
92,928

-5,919
- 1 ,686
91,599

Nov. 7

2
3
4
5

Nov. 14

Nov. 21

Nov. 28

Dec. 5

Dec. 12

Dec. 19

Dec, 26

7,055

13,564

11,531

12,165

1 1 ,048

14,720

16,256

12,751

4,103
-7,004
-5,500
-14,403

2,471
-8,212
-5,479
-8,074

2,349
-6,707
-7,103
-10,259

6,978
-4,482
-8,381
-9,951

3,813
-2,727
-7,485
-9,725

4,154
-2,211
-8,021
-8,553

7,911
-2,160
-8,673
-9,987

10,434
-1,868
-7,187
-9,599

5,015
1,702
5,145

4,240
1,532
4,673

4,222
1,608
4,494

4,318
1,627
4,376

4,788
2,285
4,438

3,188
2,091
4,409

4,108
2,183
4,473

4,032
2,143
4,465

20,915
12,162

22,783
11,871

21,498
1 1 ,906

19,486
12,190

18,628
12,560

22,061
13,518

22,746
13,235

20,680
12,693

2,066
6,352
- 1,609

2,265
6,436
1,584

1,985
5,774
1,460

1,674
5,641
1,048

1,927
5,217
1,157

2,850
8,517
879

2,612
6,695
902

2,725
7,816
693

-15,303

-14,015

-5,726

-7,454

-] 1,323

-17,066

-22,043

-21,009

-2,104
-258
- 1 ,948
-3,999

-1,818
-816
-2,101
-7,468

-1,491
-821
-1,782
-5,326

-1,336
-1,232
-1,160
-4,677

-447
-2,406
-1,419
-4,804

-750
-2,484
- 1 ,847
-6,398

-1,295
-3,614
-587
-5,390

-2,231
-3,851
-456
= 6,516

77
86
2

99
24
42

42
48
-78

37
38
-78

145
-4
-136

282
66
-238

208
45
-57

149
93
-76

- 10,863
-1,762

-13,126
-2,878

- 1 1 ,766
-3,219

-9,589
-2,823

- 10,040
-1,679

-9,847
-2,732

-9,621
-2,825

-8,133
- 1 ,880

104,748

92,247

84,906

68,405

55,816

47,634

46,620

49,743

NET IMMEDIATE* 5

By type of security
U.S. Treasury securities
1 Bills
Coupon securities
2
Maturing in less than 3.5 years
3
Maturing in 3 5 to 7.5 years
4
Maturing in 7.5 to 15 years
5
Maturing in 15 years or more
.
Federal agency securities
Debt
6
Maturing in less than 3.5 years
7
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years
..
8
Maturing in 7 5 years or more
Mortgage-backed securities
9
Pass-throughs
10
All others*
Other money market instruments
11
Certificates of deposit
12 Commercial paper
.
13
Bankers acceptances

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

FUTURE AND FORWARD <J
By type of deliverable security
U.S. Treasury securities
Bills .
Coupon securities
Maturing in less than 3.5 years . . .
Maturing in 3 5 to 7 5 years
Maturing in 7 5 to 15 years
Maturing in 15 years or more
Federal agency securities
Debt
Maturing in less than 3 5 years
Maturing in 3.5 to 7.5 years
Maturing in 7.5 years or more
Mortgage-backed securities
Pass-throughs
All others^

24 Certificates of deposit

54




28. U.S. government securities dealers, 19901—Continued
C. Financing10
Millions of dollars
Source

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July 2

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Reverse repurchase agreements
1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term

148,001 157,064 159,515 175,353 169,357 145,088
217,735 229,319 219,855 226,083 224,231 211,555

Repurchase agreements
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term

223,101 234,871 235,588 248,211 235,064 244,723
179,647 189,882 174,627 183,745 205,441 176,412

Securities borrowed
5 Overnight and continuing
6 Term
Securities lent
1 Overnight and continuing
8 Term

43,153
13,242

50,783
18,003

50,122
19,182

16,456
1,238

4,094
446

4,869
1,046

5,362
621

4,503
824

Collateralized loans
9 Overnight and continuing
10 Term

45,914
13,686

48,043
22,067

5,058
691

4,870
863

4,421
4,434
1,101 1,078

5,518
1,922

55,446
22,406
6,073
1,198
6,097
890

MEMO: Matched book"
Reverse repurchases
11 Overnight and continuing . ,
12 Term

92,712 100,242 102,856 110,533 105,308 94,705
177,648 184,789 178,083 179,414 179,011 168,822

Repurchases
13 Overnight and continuing
14 Term

124,620 131,250 137,034 141,338 126,078 123,020
139,666 148,876 137,764 142,489 152,980 129,305
Week ending Wednesday2
July 4

July 11 July 18 July 25 Aug. 1 Aug. 8 Aug. 15 Aug. 22 Aug. 29 Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26

Reverse repurchase agreements
1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term

138,747 153,651 147,648 138,614 158,942 153,860 161,066 160,550 152,563 156,881 154,733 167,521 149,268
198,007 206,992 222,169 223,649 231,348 250,444 212,011 224,848 234,528 212,367 220,311 222,602 225,741

Repurchase agreements
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term

193,917 220,581 237,309 220,314 232,171 233,845 241,163 237,704 225,955 239,080 231,513 248,020 222,741
170,775 170,056 177,831 187,301 189,941 211,038 177,140 184,504 193,893 165,186 173,914 178,720 180,331

Securities borrowed
5 Overnight and continuing
6 Term

43,631
12,723

36,982
11,425

45,012 45,080 45,618
13,800 15,086 12,906

Securities lent
1 Overnight and continuing
8 Term

21,118
707

18,568
614

20,141
1,061

18,798
2,918

3,852
568

3,958
434

3,646
335

4,339
829

4,365
203

Collateratized loans
9 Overnight and continuing
10 Term

5,345
0

4,913

3,781
1,719

4,044
1,592

4,839
394

5,918
249

4,119
1,580

5,000
503

4,369
461

MEMO: Matched book"
Reverse repurchases
11 Overnight and continuing
12 Term

0

43,709 42,644 47,993
13,040 12,394 13,838

48,302 49,588
14,973 15,827

49,804
16,706

49,928
17,994

53,861
20,710

4,459
324

4,772
514

4,741
1,049

5,303
2,484

8,051
737

4,203
1,197

4,893
836

3,342
757

86,093 88,860 95,031 89,864 102,235 99,169 101,014 105,318 95,007 100,852 100,590 108,545 95,866
158,115 168,019 180,244 185,162 190,108 204,184 167,985 180,166 189,082 174,209 180,126 179,354 181,130

Repurchases
13 Overnight and continuing
14 Term

110,417 119,303 129,794 124,188 134,759 129,610 127,391 137,781 127,388 139,395 137,282 143,847 126,605
123,576 126,395 139,974 150,978 152,319 170,604 135,251 144,808 149,716 130,087 137,627 142,581 141,782

Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Dec. 26
Reverse repurchase agreements
1 Overnight and continuing . . . .
2 Term
Repurchase agreements
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term
Securities borrowed
5 Overnight and continuing
6 Term
Securities lent
7 Overnight and continuing
8 Term
Collateralized loans
9 Overnight and continuing
10 Term
MEMO: Matched book"
Reverse repurchases
\ 1 Overnight and continuing
12 Term
Repurchases
13 Overnight and continuing
14 Term




175,098 169,662 166,622 177,104 188,134 167,660 186,630 155,006 171,250 158,449 151,109 139,864 132,538
213,308 222,431 225,827 230,502 231,045 243,113 227,169 222,034 207,174 215,257 217,777 218,034 216,107
239,083 243,629 246,194 256,061 250,874 246,770 266,824 179,908 244,198 244,003 239,361 245,899 242,359
170,528 178,474 181,163 191,173 189,835 206,851 200,587 239,695 181,378 181,829 184,766 182,153 181,651
50,103
18,270

51,733 49,279 48,948
18,440 18,916 19,965

50,536
19,798

48,173 46,334
21,814 22,141

47,273 48,897
22,257 21,987

53,270
22,313

57,206
21,488

56,689
22,629

54,971
22,970

5,019
356

5,457
475

5,637
659

5,397
765

5,104
697

5,361
5,411

5,573
465

4,948
691

5,928
1,430

6,434
846

4,951
784

6,474
1,422

6,615
1,936

4,694
665

4,757
553

4,206
1,169

3,954
1,820

4,652
1,048

3,849
1,153

5,036
1,075

3,916
1,302

4,832
821

4,790
943

5,715
1,061

6,318
1,228

7,449
695

111,606 109,117 105,657 112,100 114,796 100,814 115,686 96,976 109,101 100,604 100,762 91,572 85,221
171,794 177,459 177,937 184,982 180,545 194,837 184,261 173,933 165,374 170,754 175,527 174,938 170,680
139,980 140,387 138,181 142,267 145,099 129,508 141,554 99,732 132,446 129,834 127,199 118,842 115,356
132,135 140,675 139,076 147,304 147,338 159,324 154,490 163,100 140,003 135,487 138,562 132,258 130,387

55

29. Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies, 1990
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Agency

Feb.

May

Apr.

Mar.

June

Aug.

July

Oct.

Sept.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Federal and federally sponsored agencies . . . 414,414 420,309 420,247 423,481 424,082 422,261 420,529 421,554 421,308 431,519 430,842 434,668
34 995 42 974 42 492 42 526 42 482 42 015 41 978 42 323 42 420 42 685 42 191 42 159
2 Federal agencies .
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
3
Defense Department1
7
7
23
4
Ex port- Import Bank '
10985 10 985 11 017 11 017 11 017 11 150 11 150 11 150 11 346 11 346 11 346 11 376
5
Federal Housing Administration 4
280
352
239
318
365
394
382
387
281
357
393
316
6
Government National Mortgage Association
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
participation certificates5
0
0
6445
7
Postal Service6 . .
...
6 445
6445
6445
6 148
6 148
6 948
6 948
6 948
6948
6 148
6948
8
Tennessee Valley Authority
17,319 25,257 24,705 24,705 24,945 24,316 24,392 23 902 23,762 24,002 23 510 23,435
0
o
o
o
o
o
o
9
United States Railway Association6
0
0
0
10 Federally sponsored agencies7
379,419 377,335 377 755 380 955 381,600 380 245 378,551 379 231 378 388 388,834 388 651 392 509
133 699 132 975 131 526 127 401 125 515 123 021 1 19 692 1 1 8 380 116 336 117 120" 116 627 117 895
1 1 Federal Home Loan Banks
12 Federal Home Loan Mortgage
Corporation
25 298 25 017 26 152 28 789 30 444 31 049 27 716 27 589 27 985 29 073 30 035 30 941
13 Federal National Mortgage Association . . . 115,164 116,207 116,815 117,357 118,108 117,964 118,356 119,248 118,826 119,775 122,257 123,403
14 Farm Credit Banks 8
55 809 53 790 53 732 53 700 53 795 53 451 53 175 54 015 54 382 56 788 53 469 53 590
30,908 30,806 30,988 31,664 31,696 32,392 32,218 32,605 33,376 33,592 33,777 34,194
15 Student Loan Marketing Association9 . . . .
8,170
8,170
8,170
8,170
16 Financing Corporation
8,170
8,170
8,170
8,170
8,170
8,170
8,170
8,170
17 Farm Credit Financial Assistance
847
Corporation"
847
847
1,172
847
847
1,172
1 172
1,261
1,261
1,261
1,261
9 524
18 Resolution Funding Corporation'2
9 524
9 524 13 026 13 026 13 026 18 052 18 052 18 052 23 055 23 055 23 055

o

MEMO
19 Federal Financing Bank Dept13

20
21
22
23
24

134,263 133,567 135,448 136,957 141,536 157,685 162,443 166,017 173,318 180,538 177,620 179,083

Lending to federal and federally sponsored
agencies
Export-Import Bank3
Postal Service6
Student Loan Marketing Association
Tennessee Valley Authority
United States Railway Association6

Other lending^
25 Farmers Home Administration
26 Rural Electrification Administration
27 Other

o

10,979
6 195
4,880
15 939

10,979
6 195
4,880
15 877

0

53 461
19,212
23 597

0

52 831
19,219
23 586

0

11 O i l
6 195
4 880
15 325

52 726
19 221
26 090

11,011
6 195
4,880
15 325

11,011
5 898
4,880
15 565

11,144
5 898
4 880
14 936

0

0

51 916
19,191
28 439

51 591
19,182
33 409

51 901
19,168
49 758

0

11,144
5 898
4,880
15 012

11 144
6 698
4 880
14 522

1 1 ,340
6 698
4,880
14 382

0

0

52 171
19,066
54 272

11,340
6 698
4,850
14 130
0

11,370
6,698
4,850
14,055

0

11,340
6 698
4,880
14 622
0

52 211
19,043
57 519

52 049
19,042
64 927

52 324
18,966
71,708

52 324
18,968
69 310

52,324
18,890
70,896

0

30. New security issues of tax-exempt state and local governments, 1990
Millions of dollars
Type of issue or issuer, or use
1

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

120,339

6,694

6,329

9,880

8,582

11,466

13,323

8,513

10,899

13,930

8,512

9,961

12,250

Type of issue
2 General obligation
3 Revenue

39 610
81,295

2 675
4,019

3 010
3,319

3 199
6,681

3 386
5,196

3 166
8,866

4 297
9,026

2 624
5,889

3 400
7,499

3 763
10,167

3,530
4,982

3 024
6,937

3,536
8,714

Type of issuer
4 State
5 Special district and statutory authority 2 . .
6 Municipality, county and township

15,149
72,661
32,510

712

1,196
3,277
1,856

707

4,744
1,238

6,247
2,926

1,387
4,366
2,243

1,003
7,485
3,544

1,091
8,086
4,146

965
5,883
1,666

1,568
6,962
2,369

2,317
8,188
3,425

1,470
4,512
2,530

1,337
5,879
2,745

1,396
7,032
3,822

103,235

6,263

5,635

6,667

7,744

10,486

9,842

7,123

9,061

12,713

7,936

9,058

10,707

17 042
11 650
1 1 ,739
23 099
6,117
34 607

1 374

1,420

1,054
1 215

1,009

920
687

727

1,418
2,008

806

1 425

2 664

1,301
1 992

2 001

200
1,827

2,439

1,413
683
694
1 741
509
2,083

540

991

2,082
1 346
1 ,283
1 497
604
3,030

1,743
1,069

502

1,694
1,375
1,232
2 628

1,472

511
718
432
115

1 018
1 158

1 345

98

1 AH issues, new and refunding

7 Issues for new capital, total
8
9
10
11
12
13

Use of proceeds
Education
Transportation
Utilities and conservation
Social welfare
Industrial aid
Other purposes . . . .

56



1,747
1 017

432

232

2 132

2,426

681
2,155

1,002
2 554

3 995

700

674

2,919

4,965

1 153

776

497

540

933

2,668

4,392

3,571

31. New security issues of U.S. corporations, 1990
Millions of dollars
Type of issue or issuer, or use

Jan.

Year

1

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Aug.

July

Oct. I Nov.

Sept.

Dee.

1 All issues

339,551 15,139

13,992

21,233 15,391

25,230

29,257

19,971 13,773

14,987

20,535

25,104

21,150

2 Bonds2

299,313

12,861

11,073

17,439

13,635

22,879

26,384

17,724

12,965

14,561

19,573

23,869

19,361

Type of offering
3 Public, domestic
4 Private placement, domestic3 . . , . , .
5 Sold abroad4

189,271
86,988
23,054

10,809
n.a.
2,052

10,166
n.a.
907

15,532
n.a.
1,907

12,714
n.a.
921

19,729
n.a.
3,150

22,923
n.a.
3,461

14,419
n.a.
3,305

11,769
n.a.
1,196

12,652
n.a.
1,909

17,708
n.a.
1 ,865

22,163
n.a.
1 ,706

18,685
n.a.
676

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous . . . .
Transportation
Public utility
Communication
Real estate and financial

53,110
40,019
12,706
17 521
6,664
169,287

2,041
646
35
1 033
23
9,084

2,488
307
53
1 057
10
7,159

3,396
288
386
347
704
12,320

3,612
723
194
455
500
8,152

4,196
1,220
927
1 004
364
15,168

4,143
3,180
1,001
2-611
406
15,044

2,015
1,862
270
703
120
12,753

854
304
489
818
48
10,453

2,598
138
533
928
250
1.0,113

3,531
548
230
796
378
14,090

6,639
821
457
2 209
693
13,050

2,887
1,061
351
2,082
1,380
11,601

n.a.

2,278

2,919

3,794

1,756

2,351

2,873

2,247

808

426

962

1,235

1,789

3 998
19,443
n.a.

50
2,228
n.a.

167
2,752
n.a.

1 028
2,767
n.a.

193
1,564
n.a.

665
1 ,686
n.a.

310
2,563
n.a.

350
1 ,897
n.a.

145
663
n.a.

100
327
n.a.

550
412
n.a.

265
970
n.a.

175
1,614
n.a.

n.a.
5,026
126
4 229
416
11,055

835
125
0
106
0
1,213

431
952
0
582
0
954

521
552
0
533
0
2,188

253
666
0
219
0
619

86
706
22
471
380
686

265
748
21
0
29
1 ,799

348
507
0
173
0
862

125
251
71
139
0
218

0
172
,0
39
0
215

60
194
7
297
0
400

154
42
0
462
0
574

46
110
5
288
6
1,327

6
7
8
9
10
1\

12 Stocks2
Type of offering
1 3 Public preferred
14 Common
15 Private placement3
16
17
18
19
20
21

Industry group
\
Manufacturing
\
Commercial and miscellaneous . . . . i
Transportation
........... j
Public utility
Communication
Real estate and financial!

32. Open-end investment companies, 19901
Millions of dollars

Jan.

Feb.

Mar,

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

35,620

26,118

28,817

29,788

27,431

28,301

29,444

29,227

23,387

27,511

25,583

34,553

27,331
8 289

20,978
5 140

23,.777
5 040

27,306
2482

23,337
4094

23,340
4 961

22,933
6511

24,837
4 390

21,053
2 334

23,112
4 399

22,085
3 498

29,484
5 069

535,156

542^725

549,638

542,061

574,302

582,190

586,526

554,722

535,787

538,306

557,676

570,744

48 865
. . . . , : 486,300

51 356
491,369

50 454
499,184

55 213 52 741
486,848 521,560

49 861
532,329

48 944
537,582

51 103
503,619

51 128
484,659

5-1 847
486,459

52 829
504,847

48 638
522,106

Item
1 Sales of own shares

2

2 Redemptions of own shares
3 Net sales

3

. ..

4 Assets4
5 Cash position
6 Other . ' . ' . . '

:
5

33. Total nonfarm business expenditures on new plant and equipment, 1990
Billions of dollars; quarterly data at seasonally adjusted rates
Industry1

\Q2

1990

Ql

Q3

',Q4

1 Total nonfarm business

532 96

532.45

535.49

534.86

529.02

Manufacturing
2 Durable goods industries
3 Nondurable goods industries

82.99
109 79

86.35
=105.02

84.34
110.82

82.67
111.81

11:1.52

;
;

9 87

9 58

9 84

9 98

10 09

:
.1

6.41
8 98
6 20

6,45
9 35
6 33

6,66
9.36
5 84

5.60
10,05
5 76

6.90
7,17
6 88

43 98
23 02
241 72

43 37
22 34
243 66

42 62
21 65
244 37

43 63
23.85
241 51

4631
24.22
237.32

Nonmanufacturing
4 Mining
transportation
5
Railroad
6 Air
7 Other .
Pybljc utilities
8 Electric
9
Gas and other . . .
10 Commercial and other2




'

78.62

57

34. Domestic finance companies: Assets and liabilities, 19901
Billions of dollars, end of period

Qi

Q2

Q3

9
9
1
8

138 6
274 8
55 4
468 8

140 9
275 4
57 7
474 0

136
290
59
486

51 9
79
393.0

54 3
82
406.3

55 1
86
410.3

56 6
92
420.9

92 5

Account

95 5

102 8

99 6

Q4

ASSETS
Accounts receivable, gross2
\ Consumer
2 Business
3 Real estate
. . . .
4
Total
LESS:
5
Reserves for unearned income
6
Reserves for losses

..
.

137
262
52
452

..

..

7 Accounts receivable, net
8 All other
9 Total assets

0
8
9
7

..

485.5

501.9

513.1

520.6

...

13 9
152 9

15 8
152 4

15 6
148 6

19 4
152 7

n a
n a
70 5
145 7
61 7
40 7

n&
n a
72
153
66
41

n a
na
82
156
68
41

n a
n a
82
157
66
42

485.5

501.9

LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL
10 Bank loans
1 1 Commercial paper
.
Debt
12
Other short-term
13
Long-term
14
Due to parent
.
15
N o t elsewhere classified
16 All other liabilities
17 Capital surplus and undivided profits .

..

.
.

....
. . .

18 Total liabilities and capital . . .

8
0
1
8

0
6
7
6

7
0
0
8

520.6

513.1

35. Business credit of domestic finance companies, 1990
Millions of dollars, end of period; accounts receivable outstanding

Jan.

|

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug

Sept

|

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Type
Seasonally adjusted
258,828 259,262 263,224 264,001 268,331 273,564 277,153 281,315 283,742 287,623 289,335 292,638

1 Total
Retail financing of installment sales
2 Automotive
3 Equipment
4 Pools of securitized assets'

39,185
29,666
720

39,089
29,451
681

39,228
29,810
704

39,389
30,061
662

39,245
30,456
622

39,578
30,512
642

38,982
30,537
800

38,572
30,713
987

38,628
30,675
946

39,165
30,667
902

38,475
30,908
927

38,110
31,784
951

Wholesale
Automotive
Equipment
All other
Pools of securitized assets'

30,436
9,016
9,923
0

30,085
9,105
9,907
0

30,734
9,321
9,997
0

30,723
9,338
9,934
0

30,883
9,454
9,885
0

31,791
9,531
9,985
0

32,894
9,908
9,728
0

33,079
9,967
9,678
650

33,900
9,902
9,624
1,513

34,143
10,752
9,495
2,192

32,905
10,874
9,451
2,841

32,283
11,569
9,126
2,950

Leasing
9 Automotive
10 Equipment
1 1 Pools of securitized assets'

26,729
69,012
1,242

26,996
69,424
1,377

28,065
69,843
1,433

28,382
70,134
1,646

28,907
72,933
1,597

29,630
74,760
1,547

30,270
76,079
1,760

31,106
77,988
1,703

31,072
78,741
1 ,655

31,535
79,713
1 ,724

31,833
80,818
1,884

39,129
75,626
1,849

12 Loans on commercial accounts receivable
and factored commercial accounts
receivable
.
13 All other business credit

18,770
24,130

18,959
24,188

19,367
24,722

18,936
24,795

19,051
25,298

19,893
25,695

20,164
26,031

20,266
26,606

20,626
26,460

20,761
26,574

21,553
26,866

22,475
26,784

2,427

3,881

1,712

3,303

537
-8
-44

-690
241
25

-365
877
24

244 = 1,238
122
850
-44
=129
649
679

-622
695
-325
109

5
6
7
8

Not seasonally adjusted
1 Total . . .

-128

433

3,962

111

4,330

5,233

3,589

4,162

Retail financing of installment sales
2 Automotive
3 Equipment
4 Pools of securitized assets'
. ..

-294
39
22

=96
-216
-39

139
359
23

161
251
-42

- 144
395
-40

333
56
20

= 597
25
158

-409
176
187

56
-38
= 41

....

-3,379
2,087
-63
0

-351
90
-16
0

650
216
90
0

-11
17
-63
0

159
116
-49
0

909
76
100
0

1,103
378
-257
0

185
59
= 50
650

820
-65
-54
863

.,

= 75
773
-5

267
411
135

1,069
419
56

317
291
213

525
2,799
-49

724
1,827
=50

640
1,319
213

836
1,909
= 57

-34
753
-48

463
971
69

259
507

189
59

407
534

-430
73

114
503

842
397

271
337

102
575

360
= 145

135
114

5
6
7
8

Wholesale
Automotive
Equipment
All other
Pools of securitized assets'

Leasing
9 Automotive
10 Equipment
1 1 Pools of securitized assets'

12 Loans on commercial accounts receivable
and factored commercial accounts
receivable
13 All other business credit

58



7,296
298
1,105 = 5,192
= 35
160

793
291

922
= 82

36. Markets for conventional mortgages on new homes, 1990
Millions of dollars, except as noted
Item

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Terms and yields in primary and secondary markets
PRIMARY MARKETS
1
2
3
4
5
6

Terms'
Purchase price (thousands of dollars)
Amount of loan (thousands of dollars)
Loan-price ratio (percent)
Maturity (years)
Fees and charges (percent of loan amount)2
Contract rate (percent per year)

Yield (percent per year)
1 FHLBB series^
8 HUD series4

148.5
107.3
73.4
27.1
1.85
9.59

148.9
109.0
74.6
27.4
1.87
9.56

138.2
100.9
74.7
26.6
1.96
9.70

155.5
114.6
75.4
26.6
2.00
9.83

162.1
119.7
75.0
28.1
2.41
9.87

149.8
111.8
76.4
26.9
1.96
9.80

163.5
120.9
75.3
28.0
1.93
9.75

161.5
118.3
74.5
27.2
2.07
9.75

156.6
114.8
74.7
27.2
1.78
9.60

146.1
105.1
73.5
26.9
1.80
9.68

151.5
111.2
75.0
27.1
1.68
9.61

156.3
115.4
74.9
28.6
1.85
9.45

9.91
10.00

9.88
10.12

10.03
10.20

10.17
10.46

10.28
10.19

10.13
10.12

10.08
9.94

10.11
10.12

9.90
10.18

9.98
10,11

9.90
9.86

9.76
9.66

10.01
9.24

10.22
9.44

10.30
9.53

10.75
9.73

10.23
9.78

10.18
9.54

10.11
9.48

10.28
9.59

10.24
9.65

10.23
9.66

9.81
9.46

9.66
9.08

SECONDARY MARKETS
Yield (percent per year)
9 FHA mortgages (HUD series)5
10 GNMA securities6

Activity in secondary markets
FEDERAL NATIONAL
MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period)
1 1 Total . . .
12
FHA/VA-insured
13 Conventional .

111,329 111,628 112,353 112,463 112,791 112,855 113,378 113,507 113,718 114,216 115,085 116,628
20,471 20,614 20,688 20,707 20,723 20,830 21,059 21,101 21,364 21,495 21,530 21,751
90,858 91,014 91,665 91,756 92,068 92,025 92,319 92,406 92,354 92,721 93,555 94,877

Mortgage transactions (during period)
14 Purchases

2,214

1,537

1,945

1,705

1,630

1,802

2,304

2,134

2,123

2,077

2,078

2,410

Mortgage commitments (during period)1
15 Contracted8
16 Outstanding

1,659
473

1,690
123

1,754
398

1,568
518

1,960
534

2,089
853

2,215
874

2,302
761

2,073
644

1,849
92

2,426
0

2,104
0

20,361
578
19,782

20,112
572
19,540

19,823
561
19,261

19,730
555
19,174

19,874
556
19,319

19,979
550
19,429

20,127
546
19,581

20,564
541
20,023

20,508
536
19,972

20,790
530
20,260

21,301
524
20,777

21,857
518
21,339

Mortgage transactions (during period)
20 Purchases
21 Sales

6,423
7,764

5,676
5,796

6,301
6,503

5,719
5,687

6,064
5,792

5,856
5,546

4,527
4,248

5,417
4,808

5,798
5,707

6,118
5,734

6,981
6,314

10,637
9,918

Mortgage commitments (during period)*®
22 Contracted

8,020

5,922

6,119

10,441

8,502

11,183

5,851

5,646

6,643

10,972

10,164

12,938

FEDERAL HOME LOAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period)9
17 Total
18 FHA/VA-insured
19 Conventional




59

37. Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property, 1987-901
Millions of dollars, end of quarter

1987

1988

Type of Bolder and of property

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

| Q4

1 AH holders

2,738,330 2,833,185 2,904,336

2,986,425 3,041,212

3,114,185 3,186,090 3,270,118

2
3
4
5

1,775,168
269,176
601,449
92,537

1,849,918
274,029
618,870
90,368

1,903,311
275,050
636,926
89,049

1,962,958
278,899
657,036
87,532

2,010,763
281,529
662,403
86,516

2,080,043 2,139,843 2,201,231
286,454
291,405
284,683
674,352
692,236
663,089
85,441
85,247
86,370

1,527,157
520,712
242,668
29,833
235,019
13,192
810,702
557,150
104,035
148,712
805
195,743
12,903
20,934
151,420
10,486
22,295

1,572,844
545,448
253,622
30,571
247,425
13,830
827,014
574,128
102,933
149,183
770
200,382
12,745
21,663
155,611
10,363
25,165

1,613,438
567,741
263,576
31,703
258,316
14,146
841 ,434
586,129
104,609
149,938
758
204,263
12,742
21,968
159,464
10,089
27,754

1,665,291
592,449
275,613
32,756
269,648
14,432
860,467
602,408
106,359
150,943
757
212,375
13,226
22,524
166,722
9,903
29,716

1,701,494
608,907
292,816
34,501
266,978
14,612
876,504
618,264
106,406
151,078
756
216,083
10,319
22,702
173,363
9,699
31,412

1,737,761
633,361
308,983
35,131
274,080
15,167
883,998
634,412
108,151
140,753
682
220,402
10,543
23,195
177,123
9,541
33,981

199,509
687
46
641
48,203
21,390
7,710
8,463
10,640
5,177
2,447
2,730
95,140
88,106
7,034
37,362
2,198
35,164
12,940
1.1,774
1,166

196,514
667
45
622
48,085
21,157
7,808
8,553
10,567
5,268
2,531
2,737
94,064
87,013
7,051
35,833
2,108
33,725
12,597
11,172
1,425

191,520
458
25
433
42,978
18,111
7,903
6,592
10,372
5,330
2,452
2,878
94,884
87,901
6,983
34,930
2,055
32,875
12,940
11,570
1 ,370

192,721
444
25
419
43,051
18,169
8,044
6,603
10,235
5,574
2,557
3,017
96,649
89,666
6,983
34,131
2,008
32,123
12,872
1 1 ,430
1 ,442

196,909
434
25
409
43,076
18,185
8,115
6,640
10,136
5,660
2,608
3,052
99,787
92,828
6,959
33,566
1,975
31,591
14,386
12,749
1,637

199,474
42
24
18
42,767
18,248
8,213
6,288
10,018
5,673
2,564
3,109
102,368
95,404
6,964
33,048
1,945
31,103
15,576
13,631
1,945

198,027
64
51
13
41,836
18,268
8,349
5,300
9,919
5,666
2,432
3,234
102,453
95,417
7,036
32,566
1,917
30,649
15,442
13,322
2,120

200,570
26
26

44 Mortgage pools or trusts6
45 Government National Mortgage Association
46
One- to four-family
.
47
Multifamily
48
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
49
One- to four-family
50
Multifamily
51
Federal National Mortgage Association
52
One- to four-family
53
Multifamily
54
Farmers Home Administration 5
55
One- to four-family
56
Multifamily
57
Commercial
58
Farm

613,126
281,116
274,710
6,406
186,295
180,602
5,693
107,673
106,068
1,605
351
154
0
127
70

656,662
293,246
286,091
7,155
200,284
194,238
6,046
121,270
119,617
1,653
342
149
0
126
67

692,944
308,339
300,815
7,524
208,872
202,308
6,564
130,540
128,770
1,770
333
144
0
-124
65

718,297
317,555
309,806
7,749
212,634
205,977
6,657
139,960
137,988
1,972
245
121
0
63
61

732,071
318,703
310,473
8,230
214,724
208,138
6,586
145,242
142,330
2,912
172
65
0
58
49

754,247
322,616
314,728
7,888
216,155
209,702
6,453
157,438
153,253
4,185
106
23
0
41
42

782,707
333,177
324,573
8,604
220,684
214,195
6,489
167,170
162,228
4,942
106
27
0
38
41

811,847
340,527
331,257
9,270
226,406
219,988
6,418
178,250
172,331
5,919
104
26
0
38
40

59 Individuals and others7
60
One- to four-family
61
Multifamily
62
Commercial
63 Farm

398,538
237,261
81,389
57,708
22,180

407,165
243,782
84,365
57,972
21,046

406,434
241,853
81,345
62,492
20,744

410,116
246,061
80,977
63,057
20,021

410,738
246,758
80,020
64,287
19,673

422,703
258,651
79,431
64,804
19,817

416,615
253,159
78,917
65,106
19,433

426,229
259,971
79,209
67,618
19,431

One- to four- family
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm

..

6 Major financial institutions
7
Commercial banks 2
8
One- to four-family
9
Multifamily
10
Commercial .
11
Farm
1 2 Savings banks3
13
One- to four-family
14
Multifamily . . .
15
Commercial
16
Farm
17 Life insurance companies
18
One- to four-family
19
Multifamily
20
Commercial
21
Farm
2 2 Finance companies4

,.

...

. . . .

.

,

.

.

23 Federal and related agencies
24
Government National Mortgage Association
25
One- to four-family
26
Multifamily
27 Farmers Home Administration 5
28
One- to four-family
29
Multifamily
30
Commercial
31
Farm
32
Federal Housing and Veterans Administration
33
One- to four-family
'. . . . ^ . . .
34
Multifamily . . .
35 Federal National Mortgage Association
36
One- to four-family .'
37
Multifamily
38
Federal Land Banks
39
One- to four-family
40
Farm
41
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
42
One- to four-family
43
Multifamily . . . .
. .

60



.

.

,
.

1,788,741 1,831,472
654,830
674,003
323,991
334,367
34,025
33,912
281,438
290,254
15,376
15,470
908,860
924,606
657,908
671,722
108,997
110,775
141,274
141,433
681
676
225,051
232,863
10,785
11,164
23,728
24,560
181,196
187,549
9,342
9,590
36,214
37,846

42,018
18,347
8,513
5,343
9,815
5,973
2,672
3,301
103,013
95,833
7,180
32,115
1,890
30,225
17,425
15,077
2,348

37. Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property, 1987-901—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of quarter

19 89

Qi

Q2

19 90
Q3

Ql

Q4

Q4

Q3

Q2

1 All holders

3,334,919 3,414,269 3,492,954

3,556,370 3,696,882

2
3
4
5

2,247,198 2,309,068 2,371,892
301 764
296 794
300 899
706,316
718,085
734,839
84,61 1
85 352
85 324

2,429,689
303 416
739,240
84 025

2,554,496
305 838
752,688
83 861

2 619 522
301 789
755,212
83 957

2 669 613 2 708,951
304 004
302 993
758,362
759,306
83 943
84 252

1 864 881
693,755
342 658
35,037
300,218
15 843
934,350
681 ,099
110,425
142,147

1 931 537
767,069
389 632
38,876
321 906
16 656
910 254
669,220
106 014
134,370

1 939 005
786 802
405 009
37 913
327 110
16 771
891 921
658,405
103 841
129,056

1 940 366
814 598
431 115
38 420
327 930
17 133
860 903
642,110
97 359
120,866

1 932 978
830 868
445 218
37 898
330 426
17 326
836 047
626,297
94 790
114,430

One- to four-family
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm

6 Major financial institutions
7
Commercial banks2
8
One- to four- family
9
Multifamily
10
Commercial
11
Farm
12
Savings banks3
13
One- to four- family
14
Multifamily
15
Commercial
16
Farm
17 Life insurance companies
18
One- to four-family
19
Multifamily
20
Commercial
21
Farm
22 Finance companies4

.

1 900 002 1 925 360
719,527
745,953
357 472
373 813
36,792
37,435
318 207
308 946
16 318
16 498
938,714
932 373
687,000
683,148
110067
108 447
140,977
140,096

3,760,480 3,815,220

3,856,205

1 912 099
843 136
454 851
37,116
333 943
17 225
801 628
600,154
91 806
109,168

679

670

682

650

619

568

530

500

236,776
1 1 ,364
25 001
190,914
9498
39,610

241,761
11,613
25 548
195,098
9 502
41,824

247,034
11,876
26 127
199,513
9 519
43,157

254,214
12 231
26 907
205,472
9 604
45,476

260,282
12 525
27 555
210 422
9 780
45,808

264,865
12 740
28 027
214 024
10 075
47 104

266,063
12 773
28 100
214 585
10 605
49 784

267,335
12 052
29 406
215,121
10 756
48,777

199,968

202,056

205,809

209,498

216,146

227,818

242,695

250,762

25
25
0

24
24
0

24
24
0

23
23

22
22

21
21

21
21

21
21

41,780
18,347
8 615
5,101
9 717
6,198
2,673
3,525
101,991
94,727
7,264
31 261
1,839
29,422
18,713
16,134
2 579

40,711
18,391
8 778
3,885
9 657
6,424
2 827
3,597
103,309
95,714
7,595
31 467
1,851
29 616
20,121
17,382
2 739

41,117
18,405
8 916
4,366
9 430
6,023
2,900
3,123
107,052
99,168
7,884
30 943
1,821
29 122
20,650
17 659
2 992

41,176
18,422
9 054
4,443
9 257
6,087
2 875
3,212
110,721
102,295
8,426
29 640
1,210
28 430
21,851
18 248
3 603

41,125
18 419
9 199
4,510
8 997
6,355
3 027
3,328
112,353
103,300
9,053
29 325
1,197
28 128
19,823
16 772
3 051

41,175
18 434
9 361
4,545
8 835
6,792
3 054
3,738
112,855
103,431
9,424
29 595
1,741
27 854
19,979
17 316
2 663

41,269
18 476
9 477
4,608
8 708
7,938
3 248
4,690
113,718
103,722
9,996
29 441
1,766
27 675
20,508
17 810
2 697

41,439
18 527
9 640
4,690
8 582
8,801
3 593
5,208
116,628
106,081
10,547
29 416
1,838
27 577
21,857
19,185
2 672

44 Mortgage pools or trusts6
45
Government National Mortgage Association
46
One- to four-family
47
Multifamily
48
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
49
One- to four-family
50
Multifamily
51
Federal National Mortgage Association
52
One- to four-family
53
Multifamily
54
Farmers Home Administration 5
55
One- to four-family
56
Multifamily
57
Commercial
58
Farm

839 357
347,597
337,563
10 034
234,695
228 389
6,306
188,071
181 352
6,719
96
24

865 970
352,654
342 545
10 109
245,242
238 446
6,796
196,501
188 774
7,727
85
23

901 694
360,097
349 838
10 259
257,938
251 232
6,706
208,894
200 302
8,592
82
22

946 766
368,367
358 142
10 225
272,870
266 060
6,810
228,232
219 577
8,655
80
21

984 811
376,962
366 300
10 662
281,736
274 084
7,652
246,391
237 916
8,475
76
20

1 024 893 1 060 640
385,456
394,859
384 474
374 960
10 496
10 385
301,797
295,340
287 232
293 721
8,108
8,077
263,330
281,806
254 8 1 1
273 335
8,519
8,471
72
70
19
18

0
24
30

0
24
29

1 103 950
403,613
391 505
12 108
316,359
308 369
7,990
299,833
291 194
8,639
66
17

59 Individuals and others7 . .
60 One- to four-family
61
Multifamily
62 Commercial
63
Farm

430,713
262 106
81 290
67,903
19,414

446,241
275 519
82 015
69,154
19,553

460,091
287 003
80 418
72,632
20,038

468 569
294 517
81 634
73,023
19,395

556 920
374 143
83 666
79,576
19 536

567 403
382 343
82 040
83,557
19 463

578,908
393 027
80 636
85,865
19,379

589,395
401 685
80 808
87,624
19,278

.,
,

.

23 Federal and related agencies
24 Government National Mortgage Association
25
One- to four-family
26
Multifamily
27
Farmers Home Administration 5
28
One- to four-family
29
Multifamily
30
Commercial
31
Farm
.. .
32
Federal Housing and Veterans Administration
33
One- to four-family
34
Multifamily
35 Federal National Mortgage Association
36
One- to four-family
37
Multifamily
38
Federal Land Banks
39
One- to four-family
40
Farm
,
41
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
42
One- to four-family
43
Multifamily




.

.

.

...

0
34
38

0
26
36

0
26
35

o

0
26
33

o

0
25
31

o

o

o

0
24
26

61

38. Installment credit: Total outstanding, 19901
Millions of dollars, not seasonally adjusted
Holder, and type of credit2

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

SEASONALLY ADJUSTED
1 Total

721,563

725,519

726,676

727,798

729,528

730,355

732,750

733,844

735,547

735,433

736,411

735,102

2
3
4
5

291 100
201,706
22,406
206 350

291 270
204,251
22,444
207,553

290 755
205,783
22,672
207,466

290 000
207,673
22,359
207,766

289 416
210,618
22,073
207 421

288 797
212,043
21,761
207 754

288 136
215,119
21,211
208 284

286 818
217,024
21,191
208 8 11

285 627
219,090
21,073
209 758

285 024
220,031
20,680
209 698

284 412
221,690
20,492
209 817

284 585
220,110
20,919
209,487

724,531

721,953

719,655

722,166

724,961

727,956

730,660

736,480

738,946

736,091

738,626

748,300

By major holder
341,319
Commercial banks
Finance companies
140 740
92 592
Credit unions
41 832
Retailers
55,437
Savings institutions
4013
Gasoline companies
Pools of securitized assets2 . . . . 48,598

338,333
139,115
91 954
40 117
55,688
3 803
52,943

333,046
137,857
91 470
39,980
57,619
3,792
55,891

336,026
138,174
91 580
39,579
56,956
3,928
55,923

337,475
138 384
91 730
39 704
55,485
4024
58,159

334,138
138 642
91 800
39 767
54,517
4 192
64,900

336,658
138 796
92 260
39 165
53,541
4 396
65,844

340,525
139496
93 071
39557
51,822
4 722
67,287

342,698
140,890
92 996
38 963
50,683
4723
67,993

341,755
141 329
93 190
38 282
48,055
4749
68,731

342,882
139 195
92 918
39 095
47,121
4 753
72,662

347,466
137 450
92 911
43 552
45,616
4,822
76,483

Automobile
Revolving
Mobile home
Other
NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

6 Total
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

By major type of credit
14 Automobile
,.
15 Commercial banks
16 Finance companies
17 Pools of securitized assets2 . . .

289 383
126 919
81,918
17,899

288 416
126 814
80,227
19,013

287,644
125 814
79,523
19,688

287,564
126 154
79,295
19,484

288 345
126 752
78,927
20,227

289 259
126 897
78,273
21,743

288 741
126 475
77,716
22,099

289,371
127 647
77,205
21,988

289,169
128 268
78,116
21,390

287 304
127 667
78,033
20,944

285 379
126 544
75,224
23,475

284,813
126 259
74,396
24,537

18 Revolving
19 Commercial banks
20
Retailers
21 Gasoline companies
22
Pools of securitized assets2 . . .

205 579
128 481
37 325
4,013
23,700

203 557
125 151
35 674
3,803
27,054

202 676
122,322
35 545
3,792
29,123

204 641
124,262
35 157
3,928
29,333

207 796
125 619
35 271
4,024
30,955

210050
122 516
35 320
4,192
36,077

213 140
125 248
34 731
4,396
36,785

216 633
126 683
35 101
4,722
38,194

218 279
127,415
34 528
4,723
39,606

218 337
127 108
33 867
4,749
40,798

222 643
129,117
34 657
4,753
42,297

232 370
132,433
39 029
4,822
44,335

22 538
9,025
5 411

22 572
9,066
5 410

22 554
9,043
5 178

22 299
9,115
5 168

21 980
9,162
5 224

21 724
9,208
5 266

21 245
9,005
5 328

21 185
9,338
5 358

21 195
9,263
5 423

20 773
9,274
5400

20472
9,199
5 364

20,666
9,763
5,252

26 Other
207 03 1 207 408
76,894
77,302
27
Commercial banks
53,411
53,478
28
Finance companies
4,507
4,443
29
Retailers
6,999
6,876
30 Pools of securitized assets2 . . .

206 78 1
75,867
53,156
4,435
7,080

207 662
76,495
53,711
4,422
7,106

206 840
75 942
54,233
4,433
6,977

206 923
75,517
55,103
4,447
7,080

207 534
75,930
55,752
4,434
6,960

209 291
76,857
56,933
4,456
7,105

210 303
77,752
57,351
4,435
6,997

209 677
77,706
57,896
4,415
6,989

210 132
78,022
58,607
4,438
6,890

210,451
79,011
57,801
4,523
7,611

23 Mobile home
24 Commercial banks
25
Finance companies

62




39. Terms of consumer installment credit, 19901
Percent per year, unless noted otherwise

1990
Item

1988

1989

1990
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

INTEREST RATES
1
2
3
4

Commercial banks2
48-month new car ,
24-month personal
120-month mobile home
Credit card

....

Auto finance companies
5 New car
6 Used car
.

10
14
13
17

85
68
54
78

12
15
14
18

07
44
11
02

11
15
14
18

78
46
02
17

11
15
13
18

80
27
91
12

11
15
14
18

82
41
09
14

12 60
15 11

12 62
16 18

12 54
15 99

12 64
15 77

12 67
15 91

12 31
15 97

12 21
16 02

12 23
16 03

56 2
46 7

54 2
46 6

54 6
46 1

54 7
45 5

54 7
46 4

54 3
46 4

54 2
46 5

54 5
46 1

94
98

91
97

87
95

89
95

88
96

88
95

87
96

87
96

11 663
7 824

. . .

12 001
7,954

12 071
8,289

12 381
8 040

12 053
8 065

12 216
8 132

12 089
8 105

12 064
8,169

OTHER TERMS3
Maturity (months)
7 New car
8 Used car
Loan-to-value ratio
9 New car
10 Used car
Amount financed (dollars)
] [ New car
12 Used car

1990
June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

INTEREST RATES
1
2
3
4

Commercial banks2
48-month new car
24-month personal
120-month mobile home
Credit card

11.62
15 69
13 99
18.23

11.89
15 46
1409
18.18

Auto finance companies
5 New car
6 Used car

12 58
1600

12.68
15 96

12 62
15 98

12.34
16 03

12 57
16 12

12.74
16 07

12.86
16 04

54 8
46.2

54 9
46.2

54 8
46.2

54 3
46.1

54 6
46.1

546
46.0

54.7
45.8

87
95

86
96

86
96

85
95

85
95

85
95

85
94

12 108
8,296

12 125
8,401

11 939
8,415

11 837
8,403

11 917
8,423

11 986
8,494

12,140
8,530

OTHER TERMS3
Maturity (months)
1 New car
8 Used car
Loan-to-value ratio
9 New car
10 Used car
Amount financed (dollars)
] I New car
12 Used car




„

63

40. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilites, 1989-90
A. All sectors
Billions of dollars, amounts outstanding
Private domestic nonfinancial sectors
Transaction category or sector

Households
Assets

Business

Liabilities

Assets

Liabilitities

State
and local

L

A— t"

Total
lt-

U.S.
government

Foreign

Assets

Liabilities

Assets

Liabili- Assets
ties

Liabilities

1989

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

Total financial assets
Total liabilities
Gold and special drawing rights 2
I.M.F. position
Official foreign exchange
Treasury currency and special drawing
right certificates . . . .
Checkable deposits and currency
Private domestic
Foreign
U S government
Small time and savings deposits
Money market fund shares
Large time deposits
Federal funds and security repurchase
agreements . . . . .
Deposits abroad
Life insurance reserves
Pension fund reserves . . .
...
Interbank claims
Mutual fund shares
Other corporate equities 3
Credit market instruments 4
U.S. Treasury securities
Federal agency securities5
Tax-exempt securities .
Corporate and foreign bonds
Mortgages
Consumer credit
Bank loans n.e.c
Open market paper
Other loans
Security credit
Trade credit6
Taxes payable
Equity in noncorporate business
Miscellaneous

13,854.5

565.7

2,434.6
3,620.7

4,634.3

. . . 16,854.8
665.7

345.0

1,522.6
756,7

8,920.6

9.0
44.6

2,579.6
10 0
9.1
12.7

23.8

734.0
734.0

20.6
20.6

215.6
215.6

497.8
497.8

'26 A

'i\'.6
2,227^8
383.6
220.9

'.
' 19.7
188.2

83.5
17.6

35L8
2,848.0
476.2
2 139 2
1,822.8
622.7
314.4
346.6
130.5
220.9
187^7
'53!2

2,633.5
199.8

'28^8
114.3

' '.

'.

' 80^7
2,475 J
790.6
55.1

195.9
58.8
1.3
11.0

41.7
42.2
4LO

63^kl

328.4
196.1
13.1
11.7

62!i.4

107^4

'. '.

707^9
107.1
482.8

'.'.'.

!
' 'i1.8

'.'.'.
44.8

3,400.0

925^4
1,061.6

543
48.8

900*4

616.1
51.9

' 15^8

799*9

505^7

' 3 .5

490.0
2,139.2
2,347.1
877.6
328.8
369.3
130.5
369.9
42.2
228^7
53.2
900.4
44.8
2,633.5
999 7

26.1
13

43.1
173

197.9
17.6
351.8
2,848.0

13.8

3,501.8

2,256^7
403.3
437.8

'43 ~9

' I'LS

228.9

-2.5
7,535!8
82L2
925.4
3,536.6
790.6
763.0
107.1
591.9
54.3
757.1
51.9
52L5

257^4
700.6
384.1
48.8

261.5

188.3

94.5

" '9.6
69.8

21.4
63.0
82.6

207.1

2,269^4
2,245.2
24.2

"473

*

\59.9

" 28^7
4473

44 A
13.4

' 52^6

368'g

'213

'-6.5

1990

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

Total financial assets
Total liabilities
Gold and special drawing rights 2 . . .
I.M.F. position
Official foreign exchange
Treasury currency and special drawing
right certificates . . . .
Checkable deposits and currency
Private domestic
Foreign
....
U.S. government
Small time and savings deposits
Money market fund shares
Large time deposits
Federal funds and security repurchase
agreements
Deposits abroad
Life insurance reserves
Pension fund reserves . . .
Interbank claims
Mutual fund shares .
Other corporate equities3 .
Credit market instruments 4
....
U.S. Treasury securities 5
Federal agency securities
Tax-exempt securities
Corporate and foreign bonds
Mortgages
Consumer credit
Bank loans n.e.c
...
Open market paper
Other loans
....
Security credit
...
Trade credit6
Taxes payable
Equity in noncorporate business
Miscellaneous
. ..

64



14,020.1

2,537.7

557.5
4,814.7

3,970.5

. . . 17,115.3
683.3

1,600.9
9,468.4

379.5

9.1
52.2

20.1
20.1

2,270.1
442.8
185.0

7553
7553

36.2

218.4
218.4

516.8
516.8

2,3063
465.0
398.0

22.2
197.2

' lY.8

! '.

104.1

. .

385^1
2,910.7

204.4
62,4

2,637.4
2123

13.9

3,846^4
'853

2,793^2
808.9
47.8
52^9
54.6
16.5

207^9 3,496 A 335.8
188.5
69.2
24.2
13
115.4
143
10.8
990.4
40*0 1,0:58.8 108.8
44.0
7033
'42^7
116.9 ' . ' . ' .
511.4

648.7
. . .
. . .
638.9

930^0

712X)
55.7

34.6
. . .

844.2

550.9

45.6

10 8
9.1
19.6

25.4

213

25.9

21.3

79.3
24.6

497.5
1,852.5
2,047.4
730.2
349.8
343.7
176.1
243.1

2,884.7

828.6

. . .

'.'.'.
9.8

'25 A
1.4

43.4

183.4
24.6
385.1
2,910 7
511.4
1,852.5
2,591.1
987,9
3753
368.8
176.1
391.9
44.0

247'A
62.4
930.0
45.6
2.637.4
1056.5

183

51.7
25Q.5

33.0

7,9913
839^7
990.4
3,852.0
808.9
751.2
116.9
632.3
52.9
801.2
55.7
567.4

217.2
753.9
413.9
55.1

293^7

194! 1

\\6A

833

27.3
753
75.0

433

34.4

45.6
5.0

52.4

470.5

387.5

22.6

= 24.9

240"0

2,568^9
2,536.5
32.4

82*9

*

\57.2

Financial sectors
; Sponsored agencies
and mortgage pools

Total

Monetary
authority

All sectors'
;

Commercial
banking

j

Private
nonbarik finance
Assets

Assets

Liabilities

Assets

Liabilities

Assets

Liabilities

Assets

Liabilities

:

Assets

Liabilities

Liabilities

Floats
arid
discrepancies

Line

Assets

1989
1,313.4

12,152.7
11,888.6

. .
1,318,9

98
24.8
132 3

8/L2

314.7

7,291.8

414.9

' '2.3
2.3

63.5

1.6
1,2493

1 J44~4
482^7
3.4

1,0333

274.4

64.2

\ '< '.

1,3 12 A

556^2
509.6
21.0
25.6
1 165 8
450.7

1,238'2
9.6
6.2

36 0
409.1
146.8
79.6
13.8
31

' 12
3.2

2.1

340:3
2 619 1
30.2
555 1
2,322'4

2M1
231.8
.6
6.7

'. '. '.

3.3
185.8

1,244.4

2333
226.8
6.5

! !!

5.0

57.6
*
2,656.6
174.8
227.3
133.8
86.8
763.5
383.2
820 3
11.3
55.4
38.2

-34.0
219^9

il3.'7

106.1

'68^8
68.8

'93 A
93.4

9,8
24.8
132 3

i idi 9

119.0
26.4

140.5

67
65.1
1 427 1
5,006.2
572.2
650.8
318.1
1,097.0
1,326.1
365.2
326 3
350.5
42.5
453

8

' '9 A

'69.5

' 6;7

'l'l.'4

4773

484.'?

317.'7

428.1
162 4

3403
2 619 1

555 1

8512

369.0
3.4

36 0
303.0
141.8
79.6
13 8
24
746.'8

1
2
3
4
5

-43
32.6
26.5

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

24,145,4

21.0
9.0
44.6

28.1
888'6
834.8
21.6
32.3
2 267 7
428,1
613 2

-251.3

30,875,1
7,136.6

3,118,3

3l'.9

184.7
26.4

65.8
65 I
1,427.2
9,134.2
983.4
890.9
451.9
1,183.8
3,122.9
748.4
820 3
340.9
591.6
80.7
45 3

3,232.8

n.i

11. 1
-.1
31.9

28.1
74.3
74.3

314.7

' Vo

28.1
856,0
8083
21.6
26.1
2 267 7
428.1
613 2

23.8
888.6
834.8
21.6
32.3
2 267 7
428.1
613 2

399.9
43.9
351.8
2 848 0
63.4
555 1
3,823.8
12,389.1
2,245.2
1,268.6
821.2
1,502.6
3,540.1
790.6
820 3
579.2
821.4
133.9
1 027 2
58 2
2,633.5
2,279.6

414.9
43.9
351.8
2 848 0
30.2
555.1

44.6

' 6J

15.1

-33.1

12,389J
2,245.2
1,268.6
821.2
1,502.6
3,540.1
790.6
820 3
579.2
821.4
133.9
852.2
55 1

-\15.Q
-3 1

2,196.'2

-83.4

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

1990
12,705.5

342.7

1,481.7
12,391.6

11 1
-.1
32 6

30.4
86.9
86.9
9.9
33.3
108 1

7,545.7
3,227.0

932' 8
871.1
21.3
40 4
2,317.5
498.4
549 4

' '2.1
2.1

398.4

70.4

'. '. '.

3733
2,660.2
68.6
579.9

30.4
2643
254.4
0.4
95

1,403.4
34.3
11.9

533 6
4.2

249.5

773.7




1,385.9

' 3.8
165.8

1,418.4

'il'.2

241.4
235.1
63

1,187.8

" 36.1
417.7
122.1
80.6
15.3
3.6

5783
526.4
20.9
30 9
1,287.5

*8L4
81.4

'903
903

9.9
333
108 1

1,030.0
498.4
123 9

106.9
27.1

148.9
3733
2,660.2

1,413'4

2,527.7

' 14
3.4

18.4

" 2^8

1,413.4

. . .
5.0

'64.9

#
2,776.6
179.5
282.0
117 4
91 0
846.9
384.5
815.1
14.4
45.8
32.3

'-2.6

190.7

108 9

'81.8

'
5.7

70.9

6.1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

25,573.3

21 8
9.1
52 2

425 5
. . .

-160.9

31,801.2
7,332.6

11 1
-.1
32 6

195.7
27.1
' 74^0
68.4
1 338 2
9,796.5
1,134.8
1,015.4
470.9
1 269 9
3,381.4
764.9
815.1
355.3
588.9
71.1
48.7

3,335.4
342.7

1,489.3

7.2

458.2

'.6

497.5

' 63
68.4
1 338 2
5,375.0
685.9
715.3
353 4
1 178 9
1,346.7
380.4

519.9

918.5

424 7
4.2

337 .'l
377.3
38.8
48.7

'36'?
335.9
117.1
80.6
153
3.0

303.7

810.4

9.1
52 2

30.4
888.9
842.2
213
25 4
2,317.5
498.4
549 4

25.9
932.8
871.1
21.3
40 4
2317.5
498.4
549 4

-4.5
43.9
28.9

397.4
51.7
385.1
2,910.7
107.0
579.9
3 407 9
13,381.5
2,536.5
1,445.8
839 7
1 640 0
3,856.2
808.9
815.1
609.9
829.3
133.5
1,067.7
50.6
2 637 4
2,323.3

398.4
51.7
385.1
2,910.7
68.6
579.9

1.1

15 0

-38^4

13,381.5
2,536.5
1,445.8
839 7
1 6400
3,856.2
808.9
815.1
609.9
829.3
133.5
9033
59.3

-1643
8.7

2,316.0

-7.3

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

65

40. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, 1989-90
B. Private nonbank financial institutions—Continued
Billions of dollars, amounts outstanding
Savings
and loan
associations

Total7
Transaction category
Assets

Liabili
tjes -

Assets

P ..

Mutual
savings
banks

Liabili
tjes "

Assets

Life
insurance
companies

unions

Liabili
tjes -

Asseis
Assets

Liabili
ties '

Assets
Asseis

Private
pension
funds

Uabili

^ '

Assets
ASSUS

Liabili
t)es '

19 89

1 Total assets

7,291.8

1,233.0

2 Total liabilities

. . .

7,136.6

. . .

3
4
5
6
7

68.8
9,8
24.8
132.3

93.4
1,101.9
428 1
162.4

9.1
. . .

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

Checkable deposits
Small time and savings deposits
Money market fund shares
Large time deposits
Federal funds and security repurchase
agreements
Deposits abroad
Life insurance reserves
Pension fund reserves
Mutual fund shares
Other corporate equities 3
Credit market instruments 4
U.S. Treasury securities
Federal agency securities5
Tax-exempt securities
Corporate and foreign bonds
Mortgages
Consumer credit
Bank loans n e e
Open-market paper . ,
Other loans
Security credit
Trade credit6
Taxes payable
Reserves at the Federal Reserve
Miscellaneous

5.3

119.0
140.5
18.6
26 4
. . .
340.3
. . .
. . .
2,619.1
65.1
555.1 . . .
1,427.1
5,006.2
853.2 1,082.3
572.2
. . .
18.9
650.8
. . .
180.3
318 1
10
1,097.0
369.0
47 4
1,326.1
3.4
748.2
365.2
. , .
50.4
36 0
326.3
303.0
4.0
350 5
141 8
32 2
42.5
79.6 . . .
45 3
138
2.4
...
67
67
317.7
746.8
111.2

199 7

283 5
1,224.0
33 1
839.2

. . .
67
. .

73.8 . . .
55.5

5.6

1,243.4
205.8

260.4
39 7
99.4

48
9.8

20 5
163.3

85.5

11.5

1,182.1

3.2

9.0

. . .

1,169.0

6.1

86

1,169.0

11.0
145.2 243.6
17.2
...
7.9
. . .
28.6 . . .
17
18 3
115
168 5
99
23
15 5
17 2
124 6

154.9
12.1
6.3

. . .
. . .
...

456
90 9

...

24 4
101.2
1,010.8
52.9
100.8
90
511 0
245.3

...

163
52.3 . . .

340 3
715.2

...
. . .
. . .
. . .

. . . 1,169.0
40.7 . . .
667.0
. ..
342.3 . . .
92.5 . . .
50.3 . . .

...

144.4
6.6

. . .
...

48.6

. . .

34 2
57 4
8

4

76 8

. . .

12.5

50

16 5

96

63

18 8

93 5

125 9

44.4 . . .

19 90

1 Total assets

7,545.7

1,096.8

263 6

2 Total liabilities

. . .

7,332,6

3
4
5
6
7

81.4
9.9
33 3
108.1

90.3
1,030.0
498 4
123.9

5.2

43 9

106.9
27 1
. . .

148.9

1.9

43 2

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

Checkable deposits
Small time and savings deposits
Money market fund shares
Large time deposits
Federal funds and security repurchase
agreements
.
Deposits abroad
Life insurance reserves
Pension fund reserves . . . .
Mutual fund shares
Other corporate equities 3
Credit market instruments 4
U.S. Treasury securities 5
Federal agency securities
Tax-exempt securities . . .
Corporate and foreign bonds
Mortgages
Consumer credit
Bank loans n.e.c
Open-market paper
Other loans
Security credit
Trade credit6
Taxes payable
Reserves at the Federal Reserve
Miscellaneous

66



68 4
1,338.2
5,375.0
685.9
715.3
353.4
1,178.9
1,346.7
380 4
. . .
337.1
377.3
38.8
48.7
...
6.3
303.7

. . .
8.1

1,096.6
24 5
760 5

213 6

62

43 5
94 3

48
99

1 125.0

1 366 4

221.4

244.9

22 4
175 2

1,293.7
49

.

373.3
. . .
2,660 2
579 9
.
.
918.5 944.5
.
18 7
. . .
177.9
11
424.7
31.6
4.2
6494
39 5
36.7 . . .
335.9
2.3
117.1 24.2
80.6 . . .
15.3 . . .
30
...
6.3
810.4 130.7

114.0
. . .

12 7
9

76 8

118

67

146

85
227.1 16.7
85
25.4 . . .
20
98
1606
86

163.3
84
13.7

32

. . .
. . .

48 4
92 9

12.2

1004

. .

167

373 3
791 8
24 8
103 8
1,123.2
. . .
59 2
121.0 . . .
12 3
566 9
...
267 1

34.9
616

6

109 9

1,125.0

5.4
...
. . . .
22 5
46.8 . . .

109
52

. .

. . .

1 125 0
43 7
623 6
373.2 . . .
103 7
49.0 . . .

149.3 . . .
27 1

44.2 . . .
. . . .

8

16 6

69

92

20 6

98 3

127.8

9.9

...

State and
local
government
retirement
funds
Assets

Liabilities

Other
insurance
companies

Assets

Real estate
investment
trusts

Finance
companies

Liabilities

Assets Liabili-

Assets

Mutual
Funds

Liabilities

Security
brokers
and dealers

Money
market
funds

*** "'ties" Assets

Liabilities

SCO
issuers

Liabilities

Assets

ties

...

184.4

. ..

1

206.9

Assets

...

184.4

2

1989

. ..

491.3

...

519.3

...

749
3.

749
3.

...

353.2

...

621.5

2.4

6.0

...

13.4
. ..

. ..

555.1

. ..

428.1

11.1

. ..

555.1

...

8.5

10.3

236.5

428.1

3
4
5
6

9,8

.1

428 1
22 0

41 2

...

27 5

54 9
26 4

...

734 9

555.1
300.1
410.3
128.1
70.0
.5
196.4
15.2

. ..
. ..

318.2

73 0
24.0
135 9
79.3
60

...

496.2

8.4

10.1

...

.

..

...

509.0

82 3
165 9

260 8

163.8 . . .
84
307
301.7
.

...

.4

...
2.5
3.4
2.9
1.3

307.2

. ..

86 8
33.2
93 6
74.1

291.8
14 8
21 0
69 4

...

184.4 184.4
136 2

. ..

14 1
142.9
85 2

...

71
32 9

239 5

...

943
. ..

. .

. .

184.4

...

19.6

186 6

178
42 5

...

79 6
13 8
.6

27.2

36.9

45 3
.2 ...
353.0

...

124.9

5.0

.9

...

13.7

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

1990
. ..

517.9

...

604
4.

...

734
4.

734
4.

...

385.8

...

671.0

3,5

6.3

...

13.2
. ..

. ..

12.0

599
7.

. ..

484
9.

. ..

. .

599
7.

...

484
9.

8.7

11.7

262.1

...
235.5

...

1

225.2
225.2

498 4

23.3

21 0
26 3

59 0
27 1

99 0

743.4

579 9
277.3
439.4

141.1
80.7
.6
211.3
5.6

. ..

89.8

. ..

346.9

. ,.
. ..

86.2
25.5
136.9
91.8
6.6

...

...




48 7

...

...
...

628.7

183 8
174.1 . . .
163 0 .
32 9
33 S 4
291 6

7.7

...
7.7

. ..
10.6

225.8
345.4

92.0
36.5
. . . 109.1
3.0 89,3
4.2 . . .
2.9
5

18 4

96
. ..

372.7

. ..

45.5
36.9
83 6

. ..
. ..

.

177.9

. ..
. ,.

206 7

225.2

148.7
79
28 9

118.3

5.5

1.5 . . .

7.3

225.2

. ..

.
225 2

18 4
80 6
15 3
7

25.6

39.9

6
...

.

122.7

38 8

...
.3
385.5

552.1

2
3
4
5
6

10.2

11.4

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

67

41. Flow of funds accounts, 1981-1990
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector
Billions of dollars, amounts outstanding at end of year

1982

1981

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

Transaction category or sector
Nonfinancial sectors
1 Total credit market debt owed by
domestic nonfinancial sectors . . . . 4,279.6

4,667.6

5,208.5

5,959.4

6,804.5

7,646.3

8,343.9

9,096.0

9,805.2

10,560.2

830.1
825.6
4.5

991.4
987.7
3.7

1,177.9
1,174.4
3.6

1,376.8
1,373.4
3.4

1,600.4
1,597.1
3.3

1,815.4
1,811.7
3.6

1,960.3
1,955.2
5.2

2,117.8
2,095.2
22.6

2,269.4
2,245.2
24.2

2,568.9
2,536.5
32.4

By instrument
5 Private domestic nonfinancial sectors . . . 3,449.5
6
Debt capital instruments
2,321,6
7
Tax-exempt obligations
375.3
8
Corporate bonds
.
388.3
9
Mortgages
1,557.9
10
Home mortgages
1,033.4
141.1
11
Multifamily residential
12
Commercial
...
276.2
]3
Farm
107.2

3,676.2
2,468.0
425.7
407.0
1,635.3
1,079.8
144.8
299.4
111.3

4,030.6
2,715.0
469.0
423.0
1,823.1
1,200.2
158.8
350.4
113.7

4,582.6
3,037.9
520.0
469.1
2,048.8
1,336.2
183.6
416.5
112.4

5,204.1
3,485.2
655,5
542.6
2,287.1
1,490.2
213.0
478.1
105.9

5,831.0
3,962.7
679.1
669.4
2,614.2
1,720.8
246.2
551.4
95.8

6,383.6
4,427.9
728.4
748.8
2,950.7
1,943.1
270.0
648.7
88.9

6,978.2
4,886.4
790.8
851.7
3,243.8
2,173.9
286.7
696.4
86.8

7,535.8
5,283.3
821.2
925.4
3,536.6
2,404.3
304.4
742.6
85.3

7,991.3
5,682.1
839.7
990.4
3,852.0
2,709.0
302.6
756.5
83.9

14
15
16
17
18

1,127.9
372.3
416.0
42.7
296.9

1,208.2
388.7
469.2
37.6
312.7

1,315.6
437.6
497.1
36.8
344.0

1,544.8
519.3
560.7
58.5
406.2

1,718.9
601.8
602.3
72.2
442.6

1,868.2
659.8
666.0
62.9
479.6

1,955.7
693.2
673.3
73.8
515.3

2,091.9
743.5
713.1
85.7
549.6

2,252.6
790.6
763.0
107.1
591.9

2,309.2
808.9
751.2
116.9
632.3

303.7
1,549.2
1,596.6
177.8
492.2
926.6

331.4
1,626.3
1,718.5
184.5
564.0
970.0

355.0
1,791.9
1,883.7
188.4
645.8
1,049.4

383.0
2,018.8
2,180.8
187.9
769.0
1,223.9

473.9
2,296.0
2,434.2
173.4
898.3
1,362.4

510.1
2,596.1
2,724.8
156.6
997.6
1,570.6

558.9
2,879.1
2,945.6
145.5
1,075.4
1,724.6

604.5
3,191.5
3,182.2
137.6
1,145.1
1,899.5

634.1
3,501.8
3,400.0
139.2
1,195.9
2,064.8

648.7
3,846.4
3,496.1
140.5
1,207.0
2,148.7

220.7
54.5
67.8
10.8
87.5

210.4
61.1
33.8
15.1
100.5

227.7
64.2
37.4
21.5
104.6

235.5
68.0
30.8
27.7
109.0

236.7
71.8
27.9
33.9
103.0

238.3
74.9
26.9
37.4
99.1

244.6
82.3
23.3
41.2
97.7

253.9
89.2
21.5
49.9
93.2

261.5
94.5
21.4
63.0
82.6

293.7
116.1
27.3
75.3
75.0

4,500.3

4,878.0

5,436.3

6,194.9

7,041.1

7,884.7

8,588.5

9,349.9

10,066.8

10,853,8

By sector and instrument
2 U.S. government
3
Treasury securities
4
Agency issues and mortgages

19
20
21
22
23
24

Other debt instruments
Consumer credit
Bank loans n.e.c
Open market paper
Other

..
..

By borrowing sector
State and local governments
Household
Nonfinancial business
..
Farm
Nonfarm noncorporate
..
Corporate

25 Foreign credit market debt held in
United States . .
.....
26 Bonds
27 Bank loans n e e . .
28
Open market paper
29 U.S. government loans
30 Total credit market debt owed by
nonfinancial sectors, domestic and
foreign
....

Financial sectors
31 Total credit market debt owed by
financial sectors
. ..

665.8

759.3

859.9

1,010.2

1,213,2

1,529.8

1,836.8

2,084.4

2,322.4

2,527.7

By instrument
32 U.S. government related
33
Sponsored credit agency securities . . .
34 Mortgage pool securities
35
Loans from U.S. government
36 Private financial sectors
37
Corporate bonds
38 Mortgages
.
..
39 Bank loans n.e.c
40
Open market paper
41
Loans from Federal Home Loan
Banks
....
....

324.0
190.4
129.0
4.6
341.8
86.0
1.9
27.1
161.5

388.9
205.4
178.5
5.0
370.4
99.7
2.0
28.5
174.2

456.7
206.8
244.9
5.0
403.2
118.6
2.1
28.1
195.5

531.2
237.2
289.0
5.0
479.0
153.0
2.5
29.5
219.5

632.7
257.8
368.9
6.1
580.5
204.5
2.7
32.1
252.4

810.3
273.0
531.6
5.7
719.5
287.4
2.7
36.1
284.6

978.6
303.2
670.4
5.0
858.2
366.3
3.1
32.8
322.9

1,098.4
348.1
745.3
5.0
986.1
418.0
3.4
34.2
377.7

1,249.3
373.3
871.0
5.0
1,073.0
482.7
3.4
36.0
409.1

1,418.4
393.6
1,019.9
5.0
1,109.3
533.6
4.2
36.7
417.7

65.2

66.0

59.0

74.6

88.8

108.6

133.1

152.8

141.8

117.1

By borrowing sector
Sponsored credit agencies
Mortgage pools . .
Private financial sectors . .
Commercial banks
..
Bank affiliates
Savings and loan associations
Mutual savings banks
Finance companies
Real estate investment trusts (RE1TS) . . .
Securitized credit obligations (SCO)
issuers

195.0
129.0
341.8
60.1
52.8
68.6
2.8
153.7
3.7

210.4
178.5
370.4
71.8
60.1
70.3
2.2
161.7
3.7

211.8
244.9
403.2
76.8
73.5
64.4
1.7
179.0
3.5

242.2
289.0
479.0
84.1
89.5
81.6
2.9
203.0
4.3

263.9
368.9
580.5
79.2
106.2
98.9
4.4
261.2
5.6

278.7
531.6
719.5
75.6
116.8
119.8
8.6
328.1
6.5

308.2
670.4
858.2
81.8
131.1
139.4
16.7
378.8
7.3

353.1
745.3
986.1
78.8
136.2
159.3
18.6
446.1
11.4

378.3
871.0
1,073.0
77.4
142.5
145.2
17.2
496.2
10.1

398.5
1,019.9
1,109.3
76.3
114.4
114.0
16.7
552.1
10.6

.0

.6

4.2

13.5

25.0

64.0

103.1

135.7

184.4

225.2

52 Total credit market debt

5,166.1

5,637.3

6,296.1

7,205.1

8,254.4

9,414.4

10,425.3

11,434.3

12,389.1

13,381.5

53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60

1,149.1
375.3
528.8
1,560.3
372.3
510.9
215.1
454.2

1,375.0
425.7
567.8
1,637.7
388.7
531.5
226.8
484.1

1 ,629.4
469.0
605.8
1,825.4
437.6
562.7
253.8
512.5

1,902.8
520.0
690.0
2,051.4
519.3
621.0
305.7
594.8

2,227.0
655.5
818.9
2,289.8
601.8
662.4
358.5
640.5

2,620.0
679.1
1,031.7
2,617.0
659.8
729.0
384.9
693.1

2,933.9
728.4
1,197.4
2,953.8
693.2
729.5
437.9
751.1

3,211.1
790.8
1,358.9
3,247.2
743.5
768.9
513.4
800.5

3,513.7
821.2
1,502.6
3,540.1
790.6
820.3
579.2
821.4

3,982.3
839.7
1,640.0
3,856.2
808.9
815.1
609.9
829.3

42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51

ALL SECTORS

U.S. government securities
State and local obligations
Corporate and foreign bonds
Mortgages
Consumer credit
Bank loans n e e . .
Open market paper
Other loans

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...

41. Flow of funds accounts, 1981-1990—Continued
B. Direct and indirect claims on credit market debt
Billions of dollars, exceptions noted; amounts outstanding at end of year

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

6,804.5

7,646.3

8,343.9

9,096.0

9,805.2

10,560.2

1,264.3

1,474.0

1,779.4

2,006.6

2,199.7

2,379.3

2,638.8

335.4
367.0

382.6
423.5

435.4
518 2

509.8
678.5

570.9
814 1

651.5
9004

682.1
1,0384

756.5
1,221.0

590
337 3

74.6
383 6

88 8
431 6

108.6
482 4

133 1
488 6

152 8
495 1

141 8
517 0

117.1
544 1

Transaction category or sector

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1 Total funds advanced in credit markets
to domestic nonfinancial sectors . . .

4,279.6

4,667.6

5,208.5

5,959.4

868.2

983.5

1,098.6

285.1
229.8

309.1
290.8

65.2
288 1

66.0
317 6

2 Total held by federal agencies and
foreign sector
3
4
5
6

By instrument
U.S. government securities
Residential mortgages
Federal Home Loan Bank advances to
thrifts
Other loans and securities

|

By type of lender
U S government
Sponsored credit agencies and mortgage
pools
9
Monetary authority
10 Foreign

187 8

203 6

213 2

230 1

248 6

255 3

240 0

217 6

207 1

240 0

346.7
136 9
196.9

412 2
144 5
223 2

482 0
159 2
244 1

556.3
167 6
310.2

659 8
186 0
379 5

835.9
205 5
482.8

1 001 0
230 1
535 5

1,113 0
240 6
628 5

1 238 2
233 3
700 6

1 403.4
241 4
753.9

Agency and foreign debt not in tine I
1 1 Sponsored credit agencies and
mortgage pools
12 Foreign . . . .

324.0
220 7

388 9
2104

456 7
227 7

531.2
235 5

632 7
236 7

810.3
238 3

978 6
244 6

1 ,098 4
253 9

1 ,249 3
261 5

1 418.4
293 7

13 Total private domestic holdings . .

3,956.1

4,283.3

4,794.3

5,461.8

6,199.9

6,915.6

7,560.4

8,248.5

8,936.8

9,633.5

14
15
16
17
18
19

864.0
375 3
412.4
945 1
1,424.4

1,065.8
425 7
427.1
934 1
1,496.6

1,294.0
469 0
441.6
992 2
1,656.5

1,520.3
520 0
476.7
1 096 5
1,923.0

1,791.6
655 5
517.3
1 185 1
2,139.3

2,110.1
679 1
606.6
1 288 5
2,339.8

2,363.0
728 4
674.3
1 399 0
2,528.7

2,559.7
790 8
765.6
1 560 2
2,724.9

2,831.6
821 2
831.6
1 6704
2,923.8

3,225.8
839 7
912,3
1 790 5
2,982.3

65.2

66.0

59 0

74.6

88 8

108.6

133 1

152 8

141 8

117.1

3,473.5

3,726.7

4,118.7

4,707.8

5,289.4

6,018.0

6,564.5

7,128.6

7,662.7

8,151.7

1,398.2
803 6
896.8
374.9

1,482.9
813 6
993.4
436 9

1,626.1
947 4
1,093.5
451 6

1 ,800. 1
1,100 7
1,215.3
591.7

1,989.5
1 191 2
1,365.3
743 4

2,187.6
1 297 9
1,525.4
1,007.1

2,323 0
1 445 5
1,705.1
1 091 0

2,479 3
1 ,567 7
1,903.8
1,177 9

2,656.6
1 480 7
2,081.6
1 ,443 8

2,776.6
1 335.0
2,282.6
1 757.5

1,982.3
341 8
1 149 4
-7 9
10 8
809.0
3^17 4

2,172 5
3704
1 183 8
-37 4
16 9
922 5
281 9

2 393 1
403 2
1 322 4
-23 0
11 5
1 036 1
297 8

2,713.9
479 0
1 514 8
-14 1
15 5
1,160 8
352 6

2,926 I
580 5
1 782 9
56
25 8
1 289 3
462 1

3,199.0
719 5
2 099 5
18 6
27 5
1 398 5
655 0

3 354 2
858 2
2 352 1
62 3
21 6
1 527 8
740 3

3,599 1
986 1
2 543 5
71 5
29 0
1,692 5
750 5

3,824 3
1 073 0
2 765 5
61 6
25 6
1 826 0
852 3

3,882.5
1 109 3
3 159 9
97 3
30 9
1 960.4
1 071 2

1
8

U.S. government securities
State and local obligations
Corporate and foreign bonds
Residential mortgages
Other mortgages and loans
LESS: Federal Home Loan Bank
advances

20 Total credit market claims held by
private financial institutions
21
22
23
24

By holding institutions
Commercial banking
Savings institutions . .
Insurance and pension funds
Other finance

By sources of funds
25 Private domestic deposits and repurchase
agreements
26 Credit market debt
..
27 Other sources
28 Foreign funds . . .
29 Treasury balances
30 Insurance and pension reserves
3 1 Other net




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41. Flow of funds accounts, 1981-1990—Continued
B. Direct and indirect claims on credit market debt—Continued
Billions of dollars, amounts outstanding at end of year, except as noted

1981

1982

824 4
394.1
1104
53.5
57 9
208.4

38 Deposits and currency . . .
39 Currency
40 Checkable deposits
41 Small time and savings accounts
42 Money market fund shares
43 Large time deposits
44 Security repurchase agreements
45 Foreign deoosits
46 Total of credit market instruments,
deposits, and currency
MEMO
47 Public holdings as percent of total .
48 Private financial intermediation (in
percent)
49 Total foreign funds

..

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

927 0
4600
139 1
46 0
55 0
227 0

1 078 9
552 8
168 4
37 6
75 7
244 3

1 233 0
655.1
193 8
32 6
83 6
268.0

1 491 0
803 3
231 5
37 1
135 2
283 8

1 617 0
848 7
212 6
90 5
145 1
320 1

1 854 1
936.7
274 4
114.0
178 5
350.4

2 1060
1,072.2
340 9
100 4
218 0
374.4

2 347 1
1 2064
369 3
130 5
228 7
412 1

2 591 1
1,363.2
368 8
176.1
247 1
435.9

2,331 7
136 6
321 0
1,327.5
208 5
257.8
57 7
22.6

2 569 7
150 9
350 4
1,542.9
169 5
249.5
80 8
25.7

2,894 1
159 6
378 9
1,693.4
218 5
332.5
906
20.6

3 116 8
171 9
420 3
1,831.9
225 6
339.9
108 3
18.8

3 410 1
186 3
516 6
1,948.3
268 9
336.7
128 5
24.8

3,583.9
205 4
515.4
2,017.1
297 8
373.9
150.1
24.3

3,832.3
220 1
527 2
2,156.2
318 0
414.7
182.9
13.1

4 073 6
231 8
528 7
2,256.7
403 1
437.8
197 9
17.6

4,161.5
2544
529.9
2,306.3
465.0
398.0
181.4
24.6

2,956,6

Private domestic nonfinancial investors
32 Credit market claims
33 U.S. government securities
34 Tax-exempt obligations
35 Corporate and foreign bonds
36 Open market paper
37 Other loans and mortgages

1983

2,132,3
126 9
304.0
1,191.7
1740
266.0
46 6
23.0

Transaction category or sector

3,258.7

3,648.6

4,127.1

4,607.8

5,027.2

5,438.0

5,938.2

6,420.7

6,752.6

19.3

20.2

20.2

20.4

20.9

22.6

23.4

23.5

23.6

24.3

161.8
189.0

139.1
185.7

125.7
221.1

118.4
296.2

111.0
385. 1

103.7
501 .3

98.3
597.8

96.9
700. 1

93.8
762.3

86.1
851.2

1,564.5
59.8
1,504.7
394.6
1,169.9

1,797.6
76.9
1,720.7
478.3
1,319.3

2,133.7
112.1
2,021.6
612.0
1,521.7

2,157.9
136.7
2,021.2
615.6
1,542.3

3,619.8
478.3
3,141.6
1,176.1
2,443.7

4,378.9
555. 1
3,823.8
1,492.3
2,886.6

3,987.7
579.9
3,407.9
1,406.6
2,581.1

Corporate equities not included above
50 Total market value
51 Mutual fund shares
52 Other equities
53 Held by financial institutions
54 Other holdings

2,823.9
240.2
2,583.7
800.3
2,023.6

3,360.6
41 3.5
2,947.1
974.6
2,385.9

3,325.0
460. 1
2,864.9
1,039.5
2,285.5

NOTES BY LINE NUMBER

1. Line 1 of table 41, part A.
2. S u m o f l i n e s 3-6 or 7-10.
6. Includes farm and commercial mortgages.
1 2 . Credit market debt of federally sponsored agencies , and net issues of federally
related mortgage pool securities.
13. Line 1 less line 2 plus line 11 and 12. Also line 20 less line 26 plus line
32. Also sum of lines 27 and 46 less lines 39 and 45.
18. Includes farm and commercial mortgages.
25. Line 38 less lines 39 and 45.
26. Excludes equity issues and investment company shares. Includes line 19.
28. Foreign deposits at commercial banks plus bank borrowings from foreign
affiliates, less claims on foreign affiliates and deposits by banking in foreign
banks.
29. Demand deposits and note balances at commercial banks.

70



30. Excludes net investment of these reserves in corporate equities.
31. Mainly related earnings and net miscellaneous liabilities.
32. Line 13 less line 20 plus line 26.
33-37. Lines 14-18 less amounts acquired by private finance plus amounts borrowed by private finance. Line 37 includes mortgages.
39. Mainly an offset to line 9.
46. Sum of lines 32 plus 38, or line 13 less line 27 plus 39 and 45.
47. Line 2 divided by line 1.
48. Line 20 divided by line 13.
49. Sum of lines 10 and 28.
50-52. Includes issues by financial institutions.
Note. Full statements for sectors and transaction types in flows and in amounts
outstanding may be obtained from the Flow of funds section.

41. Flow of funds accounts, 1981-90—Continued
C. Financial assets and liabilities, by sector
Billions of dollars, amounts outstanding at end of year

1981

1982

1983

1984

1 Total financial assets

6,550.0

7,039.0

7,568.1

8,348.0

8,877,5

9,940.6

2 Deposits and credit market
instruments'
3
Deposits
4
Checkable deposits and currency . . .
5
Small time and savings deposits . . . .
6
Money market fund shares
7
Large time deposits

2,127.2
1,577.8
260.3
1,140.7
64.9
111.9

2,357.0
1,764.1
294.3
1,188.2
155.6
126.0

2,579.1
1,927.6
314.9
1,322.5
189.4
100.8

2,870.3
2,109.2
339.5
1,532.6
158.4
78.8

3,262.9
2,385.9
355.8
1,685.7
202.4
141.9

549.4
269.6
222.1
72.5
149.6
47.5
78.6
52.8
107.0
41.4

592.9
291.1
242.0
68.2
173.8
49.1
99.8
53.5
117.3
31.1

651.6
333.1
287.8
68.3
219.5
45.3
128.1
46.0
126.1
18.3

761.1
405.8
359.8
71.5
288.3
46.1
156.3
37.6
127.1
34.3

18 Corporate equities
19 Mutual fund shares
20 Other corporate equities

1,164.5
52.1
1,112.5

1,105.0
52.6
1,052.4

1,241.1
66.7
1,174.4

21
22
23
24
25

216.4
916.1
2,037.2
16.2
72.4

225.6
996.9
2,261.2
14.7
78.5

26 Total liabilities

1,488,7

27 Credit market instruments
28
Home mortgages
29 Consumer installment credit
30 Other consumer credit
31 Tax-exempt debt
32
Other mortgages
33 Bank loans n.e.c
34
Other loans

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

10,883.0

11,451.9

12,460.4

13,854.5

3,579.9
2,536.8
376.6
1,829.6
211.1
119.5

3,882.8
2,767.0
467.8
1,945.7
250.7
102.7

4,226.4
2,906.0
472.6
2,005.3
278.8
149.3

4,697.4
3.116.1
476.9
2,137.2
302.4
199.6

5,152.8
3,330.0
497.8
2,227.8
383.6
220.9

877.1
496.8
417.9
74.5
343.4
78.9
180.7
32.6
128.2
38.7

1,043.1
569.8
469.8
79.8
390.0
100.0
218.8
37.1
127.5
89.9

1,115.8
575.2
481.6
93.3
388.3
93.6
197.1
90.5
148.8
104.2

1,320.3
649.5
514.3
101.1
413.2
135.2
255.9
114.0
169.1
131.9

1,581.3
791.5
574.2
109.6
464.6
217.3
319.2
100.4
189.1
181.0

1,822.8
937.1
622.7
117.7
505.0
314.4
346.6
130.5
220.9
187.7

1,422.0
98.0
1,324.0

1 ,440, 1
117.7
1,322.5

1,888.3
206.9
1,681.5

2,202.5
356.9
1,845.5

2,098.2
406.3
1,691.9

2,233.3
418.0
1,815.3

2,615.4
476.2
2,139.2

232.8
1,179.2
2,232.7
17.8
85.3

240.8
1,392.1
2,301.7
20.6
100.6

246.0
1,532.0
2,272.4
21.6
102.5

256.7
1,801.8
2,245.8
35.1
133.0

274.2
2,031.8
2,298.4
44.0
149.3

300.3
2,201.9
2,415.0
39.1
171.1

325.5
2,482.4
2,492.8
40.9
188.1

351.8
2,848.0
2,633.5
53.2
199.8

1,611.2

1,694.3

1,873.4

2,102.2

2,401.5

2,711.4

2,984.2

3,304.2

3,620.7

1,430.2
942.4
302. 1
53.3
16.7
31.5
29.5
54.7

1,549.2
1,020.3
315.5
56.8
21.1
33.8
35.9
65.8

1,626.3
1,059.7
330.4
58.3
29.6
36.4
38.6
73.2

1,791.9
1,156.0
374.5
63.2
41.0
38.9
41.8
76.5

2,018.8
1,290.1
449.5
69.8
51.2
41.4
37.3
79.4

2,296.0
1,440.6
526.5
75.3
81.3
43.8
44.2
84.3

2,596.1
1,667.3
581.8
78.0
79.1
49.9
50.6
89.4

2,879.1
1,887.8
619.8
73.5
78.2
82.2
45.4
92.4

3,191.5
2,118.5
674.7
68.8
79.0
109.2
43.5
97.7

3,501.8
2,352.5
727.6
63.0
80.7
122.6
55.1
100.4

28.5
17.2

27.5
19.8

30.3
22.2

39.7
25.6

37.3
30.9

56.8
33.5

65.0
36.4

50.4
39.7

53.5
43.8

54.3
48.8

12.9

14.7

15.5

16.1

15.1

15.2

13.9

15.1

15.5

15.8

Transaction category or sector
Households, personal trusts, and nonprofit organizations

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Credit market instruments
U.S. government securities
Treasury issues
Savings bonds
Other Treasury
Agency issues
Tax-exempt obligations
Corporate and foreign bonds
Mortgages
Open market paper

Life insurance reserves
Pension fund reserves
Equity in noncorporate business
Security credit
Miscellaneous assets

35 Security credit
36 Trade credit . .
37 Deferred and unpaid life
insurance premiums




71

41. Flow of funds accounts, 1981-90—Continued
C. Financial assets and liabilities, by sector—Continued
Billions of dollars, amounts outstanding at end of year

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1987

1986

|

1988

1989

1990

Transaction category or sector
Nonfinancial corporate business
1,015,4

1,116.1

1,141.7

1,256.8

1,354.5

1,444.4

1,608.6

1,745.6

1,865.6

1,984.6

39 Liquid assets
40 Checkable deposits and currency
41 Time deposits . . .
42 Money market fund shares . ,
43
Security repurchase agreements
44
Foreign deposits
45
U.S. government securities
46
Tax-exempt obligations
47 Commercial paper .

196.5
57.1
37.9
7.0
28.4
24.6
18.7
3.5
19.4

220.4
47.4
47.8
18.4
33.4
23.0
20.2
3.5
26.8

266.8
53.3
59.0
19.0
42.1
22.6
30.5
3.5
36.7

301.9
61.9
70.6
11.2
48.4
25.7
38.5
4.2
41.4

326.0
74.6
74.4
16.1
48.8
20.6
42.7
4.1
44.8

355.3
94.0
80.3
14.5
58.3
18.8
39.0
4.9
45.3

416.1
112.8
87.5
18.1
70.5
24.8
53.5
8.0
40.9

440.8
120.4
91.6
1B.9
71.3
24.3
57.0
10.5
46.6

435.7
135.4
91.6
15.6
79,5
13.1
51.3
12.0
37.0

450.7
128.0
98.6
19.1
83.5
17.6
51.3
11.0
41.0

48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

25.0
1.5
482.5
309.9
208.5
43.6
.6
57.2

25.3
1.6
507.3
361.5
224.8
47.3
.6
88.7

25.3
3.1
492.2
354.5
213.3
50.0
.7
90.4

28.6
4.5
544.4
377.4
215.9
53.5
.7
107.3

30.6
7.2
592.5
398.2
221.9
58.6
.7
116.9

32.3
10.8
634.2
411.8
237.7
63.7
.8
109.6

32.4
15.7
663.7
480.7
262.4
83.9
.9
133.6

35.2
12.8
725.2
531.6
313.0
94.8
1.3
122.5

36.5
10.6
786.7
596.1
329.5
105.8
1.3
159.6

35.4
13.8
813.8
670.9
363.3
122.6
1.3
183.8

1,289.9

1,435.7

1,490.2

1,623.8

1,862.8

2,051.5

2,312.8

2,542.3

2,816.8

3,080.0

57 Credit market instruments
58 Tax-exempt debt3
59 Corporate bonds2
60
Mortgages
61
Home
62
Multifamily . . .
63
Commercial
64 Bank loans n.e.c. .
.
65
Loans from foreign sources
66 Commercial paper .
67
Acceptance liability to banks
68
Nonbank finance loans
69 U S . government loans

828.8
45.9
365.6
85.0
6.0
38.6
40.4
230.3
4.2
28.0
17.1
44.3
8.4

926.6
59.3
388.3
80.5
4.5
37.4
38.5
261.7
13.1
42.7
21.4
49.9
9.6

970.0
74.5
407.0
34.8
5.1
30.8
-1.0
318.5
15.6
37.6
20.7
50.5
10.9

1,049.4
83.9
423.0
50.3
5,1
27.6
17.7
340.9
18.3
36.8
27.6
58.2
10.4

1,223.9
104.4
469.1
52.6
5.1
25.8
21.7
391.1
31.3
58.5
30.4
74.8
11.6

1,362.4
127.0
542.6
33.6
4.8
21.7
7.1
424.1
32.9
72.2
28.3
87.4
14.2

1,570.6
117.1
669.4
61.7
6.7
22.2
32.7
474.0
43.9
62.9
28.1
98.7
14,8

1,724.6
116.2
748.8
102.3
7.6
22.9
71.7
478.1
45.8
73.8
32.6
115.6
11.5

1,899.5
116.3
851.7
100.2
7.7
23.9
68.5
510.9
56.9
85.7
32.6
135.4
9.9

2,064.8
115.2
925.4
Itl.5
5.9
24.8
80.7
544.0
69.8
107,1
35,8
146.5
9.6

70 Profit taxes payable .
71 Trade debt
72 Foreign direct investment in
United States . .

30.3
347.7

24.0
376.4

14.2
381.3

19.1
418.3

22.4
452.0

18.5
486.0

22.1
499.7

26,3
519.6

25.7
562.7

23.9
590.5

83.0

108.7

124.7

137.1

V64.6

184.6

220.4

27L8

328.9

400,8

134.7
1,293.1

130.9
1,214.8

110.9
1,382.8

126.1
1,638.7

140.5
1,617.7

148.2
2,022.6

163.9
2,332.6

205.6
2,344,0

224.0
2,576.7

223.2
3,211.4

496.4
332.3
710.4

528.1
398.5
798.8

516.3
453.8
849.2

557.2
492.2
929.6

626.1
597.8
1,072.1

703.2
659.1
1,163.7

848.2
722.4
1,244.2

967,3
757.3
1,303.2

1,068.2
831.4
1,419.7

1,152.0
912.8
1,527.2

59.8

56.9

53.2

53.0

51.1

51.6

54.0

56.0

56.2

55,7

40.1
27.6

43.0
27.5

46.7
31.4

46.9
32.4

48.8
30.4

48.3
30.5

45.9
33.4

43.9
33.8

43.7
30.6

44.2
29.5

38 Total financial assets

Consumer credit . .
Mutual fund shares
Trade credit
Miscellaneous assets
Foreign direct investments2
Insurance receivables
Equity in sponsored agencies
Other

..

56 Total liabilities .

MEMO
73 Net trade credit
74 Market value of equities

.

...

Debt subtotals
75 Securities and mortgages
76 Loans and short-term paper
77 Total short-term liabilities4
Ratios (percent)
78 Long-term debt to total credit
market debt . . .
79 Short-term debt to total credit
market debt . . .
.
.
80 Liquid assets to short-term liabilities . . . .

72




42. Nonfmancial business activity, selected measures, 1990
1987 - 100; monthly and quarterly data are seasonally adjusted. Exceptions are noted.

1 Industrial production
2
3
4
5
6
7

Market groupings
Products total
Final, total
Consumer goods
Equipment
Intermediate
Materials

Industry groupings
8 Manufacturing

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

107.5

108.5

108.9

108.8

109.4

110.1

110.4

110.5

110.6

109.9

108.3

107.2

110 1
110.9
107 3
115.5
107 7
107.8

1

Year
109.2

Measure

108 4
108.5
106 0
111.8
108 0
106.2

109 4
109.7
107 0
113.3
108 4
107 1

110 1
110.7
107 5
114.9
108 2
107 1

109 8
110.4
107 2
114.7
108 0
107 3

111.2
107 4
116.2
108 3
107 7

no 5

110 9
111.7
107 8
116.8
108 3
108 8

110 9
111.7
107 5
117.2
108 4
109 6

110 9
111.9
107 8
117.2
107 9
109 7

1114
112.6
108 7
117.8
107 4
109 4

111 0
112.3
108 6
117.0
107 0
108 3

109 3
110.2
106 5
115.1
106 2
106 8

108 4
109.2
105 7
113.6
106 0
105 3

109.9

108.1

109.6

109.8

109.5

110.3

110.8

111 1

111 1

111 2

110.7

108.9

107.5

Capacity utilization (percent)2
9 Manufacturing
10 Construction contracts (1982= 100)3
1 1 Nonagricultural employment, total4
12 Goods-producing, total
13
Manufacturing total
14
Manufacturing, production-worker
1 5 Service-producing
16 Personal income, total
17 Wages and salary disbursements
18
Manufacturing
19 Disposable personal income5
20 Retail sales6

82 3
154.1
133.8
102.7
96 8
91.5
146 8
289.0
272.2
205.0
286.1
251 0

82 0
168.0
132.7
103.5
97 6
92.2
144 9
281.9
264.9
201.1
279.9
251 3

83 0
159.0
133.1
104.1
98 1
92.9
145 3
283.8
266.9
203.0
281.7
250 5

83 0
167.0
133.3
103.7
98 0
92.7
145 7
285.8
268.6
204.6
283.9
249 6

82 5
153.0
133.3
103.4
97 8
92.6
145 8
286.4
269.9
203.9
283.6
248 5

82 9
166.0
133.8
103.3
97 7
92.4
146 5
287.5
271.2
205.8
284.4
247 7

83 1
165.0
133.9
103.1
97 5
92.3
146 8
288.7
272.8
206.8
285.8
250 3

83 1
153.0
133.7
102.8
97 3
92.1
146 7
290 1
274.4
206.9
286.9
251 1

82 9
149 0
133.6
102 4
97 1
91.8
146 6
290 8
274.5
206 7
287.6
251 7

82 8
146.0
133.5
102.0
96 7
91.4
146 7
292 2
276.4
207.0
288.7
254 0

82 2
147.0
133.4
101.5
96 4
91.0
146 7
292.1
274.8
206.0
288.7
253 5

80 7
146.0
133.1
100.6
95 5
89.9
146 7
293.4
274.8
202.9
290.1
254 3

79 4
130.0
132.9
100.1
95 2
89.6
146 7
295.1
277.1
205.4
291.6
249 4

Prices7
21 Consumer (1982-84= 100)
22 Producer finished goods (1982= 100)

130.7
119 2

127.4
117 6

128.0
117 4

128.7
117 2

128.9
117 2

129.2
117 7

129.9
117 8

130.4
118 2

131.6
119 3

132.7
120 4

133.5
122 3

133.8
122 9

133.8
122 0

43. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization, 1990
A. Output
1987= 100; quarterly data are seasonally adjusted
Series

Year

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

109.2

108.3

109.4

110.5

108.5

2 Manufacturing
3 Primary processing'
4 Advanced processing2
5 Durable goods
6
Lumber and products
7
Primary metals
8
Iron and steel
9
Nonferrous
10
Nonelectrical machinery
11
Electrical machinery
12
Motor vehicles and parts
13
Aerospace and miscellaneous
14 Nondurable
15
Textile mill products
16
Paper and products
17
Chemicals and products
18
Plastics materials
19
Petroleum products

109.9
106.3
111.6
111.6
101.6
108.4
109.9
106.2
126.5
111.4
96.8
113.3
107.8
100.8
105.3
110.3
115.8
108.2

109.2
106.4
110. 5
110.4
105.1
106.1
107.1
104.6
124.4
111.1
91.5
111.6
107.7
101.1
103.9
109.9
111.7
109.9

110.2
106.3
112.1
112.4
102.3
107.4
107.5
107.1
126.7
112.2
102.6
113.6
107.5
102.4
104.5
109.9
116.3
106.0

111.1
107.6
112.8
113.6
101.5
112.2
114.3
109.2
128.5
112.4
103.7
114.5
108.1
101.3
107.2
110.8
117.2
110.0

109.0
104.7
111.0
110.0
95.7
107.3
110.0
103.4
126.4
109.9
89.4
113.3
107.8
98.2
105.8
110.2
118.1
107.4

20 Mining
21 Utilities
22 Electric

102.6
108.0
110.8

101.3
105.7
108.4

102.5
107.8
111.0

103.4
110.5
112.9

103.1
108.3
111.2.

1 Total industry




73

43. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization, 1990—Continued
B. Capacity
1987= 100; quarterly data are seasonally adjusted
Year

20 Mining
21 Utilities
22
Electric

...

Q2

Q3

Q4

130.3

131.1

131.9

132.8

133.5
125 1
137.4
137 6
123.8
127 6
132.3
120 8
153 9
139 3
132 6
134.8
128 4
116.4
114 8
135.3
129 5
121.2

132.1
124 1
135.8
136 1
123.0
127 2
1320
1204
151 5
137 3
132 2
133.4
126 9
115.9
113 9
133.4
126 1
121.1

133.0
124,8
136.9
137.1
123.5
127.4
132.2
120 6
153.1
138 7
132.4
134.3
127.9
116.3
114.5
134.6
128.4
121.2

134.0
125.5
138.0
138.0
124.0
127 7
132.5
1209
154.7
1400
132.7
135.2
128.9
116.6
115.1
135.9
130.6
121.3

135.0
126.1
139.1
139.0
124.6
127.9
132.7
121.1
156.3
141.4
132.9
136.1
129.9
117.0
115.7
137.1
132.9
121.4

114.8
126 9
122.2

1 Total industry
2 Manufacturing
3
Primary processing1
4
Advanced processing2
5
Durable goods
6
Lumber and products
7
Primary metals
8
Iron and steel
9
Non ferrous
10
Nonelectrical machinery
11
Electrical machinery
12
Motor vehicles and parts
13
Aerospace and miscellaneous
14 Nondurable
15
Textile mill products
16
Paper and products
17
Chemicals and products
18
Plastics materials
19
Petroleum products

Qi

131.5

Series

115.6
126 1
121.2

115.0
126.6
121.9

114.5
127.1
122.6

114.0
127.6
123.2

C. Capacity utilization3
Percent: quarterly data are seasonally adjusted
Year

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

83.0

83.1

83.5

83.7

81.7

2 Manufacturing
3
Primary processing'
4
Advanced processing2
5
Durable goods
6
Lumber and products
7
Primary metals
8
Iron and steel
9
Nonferrous
10
Nonelectrical machinery
11
Electrical machinery
12
Motor vehicles and parts
13
Aerospace and miscellaneous
14 Nondurable
15
Textile mill products
16
Paper and products
17
Chemicals and products
18
Plastics materials
19
Petroleum products

82 3
84 9
81.2
81 1
81.7
84 8
82.9
87.8
82 2
80.0
73 0
84.0
83 9
86.6
91 8
81 5
89.4
89 3

82 7
85 7
81.4
81 1
85.5
83 4
81.1
86.9
82 1
80.9
69 2
83.6
84 8
87.2
91 2
82 4
88.6
90 7

82.8
85.2
81.9
82.0
82.8
84.2
81.3
88.8
82.8
80.9
77.5
84.6
84.0
88.1
91.3
81.6
90.6
87.4

82.9
85.8
81.7
82.3
81.8
87.9
86.3
90.3
83.1
80.3
78.2
84.7
83.8
86.9
93.2
81.5
89.7
90.7

80.8
83.0
79.8
79.1
76.8
83.9
82.9
85.3
80.8
77.8
67.2
83.3
83.0
84.0
91.4
80.4
88.9
88.5

20 Mining
21 Utilities
22
Electric

89 4
85.2
90 7

87 6
83.8
89 4

89.1
85.2
91.1

90.3
86.9
92.1

90.4
84.8
90.2

Series
1 Total industry

74



44. Labor force, employment, and unemployment, 1990
Thousands of persons; monthly data are seasonally adjusted; exceptions noted.
Category

Year | Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

HOUSEHOLD SURVEY DATA
1 Noninstitutional population' . . 190,216 189,506 189,607 189,717 189,844 189,983 190,122 190,275 190,411 190,568 190,717 190,854 190,999
2 Labor force 1(including Armed
Forces)
126 954 126 702 126 848 126 986 126 956 127 094 1 26 942 126 848 126 855 127 137 127 067 126 880 127 307
3 Civilian labor force
124,787 124,489 124,653 124,798 124,781 124,939 124,797 124,709 124,705 124,970 124,875 124,723 125,174
Employment
4 Nonagricultural industries2 . . . 114,728 114,800 114,955 115,038 114,950 114,991 114,958 114,774 114,538 114,689 114,558 114,201 114,321
3,152
3,197
5 Agriculture
..
3,279
3,194
3,175
3 253
3,119
3,140
3,286
3 185
3,186
3,145
3 108
Unemployment
6 Number
..
6,691
7,015
6,874
6,544
6 579
6,662
6 827
7 087
7 142
7 600
6 563
6 560
7 337
7 Rate (percent of civilian labor
54
force)
53
53
53
55
53
56
61
53
55
57
57
59
8 Not in labor force
63,262 62,804 62,759 62,731 62,888 62,889 63,180 63,427 63,556 63,431 63,650 63,974 63,692
ESTABLISHMENT SURVEY DATA
9 Nonagricultural payroll
employment
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Manufacturing
Mining
.
Contract construction
Transportation and public
utilities
Trade
Finance
Service
Government




110,330 109,4]16 109,792 109,933 109,934 110,304 110,435 110,269 110,160 110,113 109,982 109,761 109,621
..

19,064
735
5,205

19,215
704
5,271

19,311
706
5,322

19,287
706
5,262

19,254
709
5,202

19,225
713
5,203

19,193
718
5,182

19,165
717
5,145

19,113
713
5,111

19,043
711
5,088

18,973
710
5,022

18,807
712
4,962

18,749
715
4,911

5,838
26 151
6,833
28 209
18,295

5,776
25 918
6,717
27 778
18,037

5,790
25 933
6,732
27 916
18,082

5,794
25 912
6,730
28 036
18,206

5,798
25,895
6,732
28,045
18,299

5,820
25 913
6,739
28 151
18,540

5,831
25 934
6,746
28 254
18,577

5,832
25 925
6,745
28 310
18,430

5,839
25,925
6,750
28 388
18,321

5,854
25 902
6,750
28 437
18,328

5,855
25 853
6,746
28 479
18,344

5,852
25 808
6,740
28 525
18,355

5,867
25 745
6,733
28 548
18,353

75

45. Industrial production, 19901
A. Major market
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted

Groups

1 Total index
2 Products total
3 Final products
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

Consumer goods, total
Durable goods
Automotive products
Autos and trucks
Autos
Trucks
Auto parts and allied goods . . . .
Other durable goods
Appliances, A/C, and TV
Carpeting and furniture .
Miscellaneous home goods
Nondurable goods
Foods and tobacco
Clothing
Chemical products
Paper products
Energy products
Fuels
Residential utilities

1987
proportion

1990
avg.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

100.0

109.2

107.5

108.5

108.9

108.8

109.4

110.1

60.8
46.0

1 10. 1
110.9

108.4
108.5

109.4
109.7

110.1
110.7

109.8
110.4

110.5
111.2

26.0
5.6
2.5
1.5
.9
.6
1.0
3.1
.8
.9
1.4
20.4
9.1
2.6
3.5
2.5
2.7
.7
2.0

107.3
106.2
102.3
97.4
92.2
106.1
109.6
109.4
102.0
104.9
116.4
107.6
105.9
95.7
113.3
119.7
105.9
102.9
107.0

106.0
99.4
85.2
66.3
62.1
73.3
113.6
110.6
108.4
103.7
116.2
107.8
105.5
100.6
112.7
116.2
107.9
105.1
109.0

107.0
106.2
99 3
92.7
86.9
102.3
109.4
111.6
107.8
104.7
118.2
107.2
106.2
99.6
112.0
117.6
101.5
106.6
99.6

107.5
110.8
109 3
107.7
100.5
120.0
111.6
112.0
108.1
105.9
118.0
106.6
105.8
97.0
111.0
116.4
103.1
101.8
103.6

107.2
107.3
102.4
95.8
87.7
109.3
112.2
111.2
104.4
107.5
117.3
107.1
105.6
96.0
113.5
118.1
104.1
101.6
105.0

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

110.4

110.5

110.6

109.9

108.3

107.2

110.9
111.7

110.9
111.7

110.9
111.9

111.4
112.6

111.0
112.3

109.3
110.2

108.4
109.2

107.4
109.3
107.0
105.6
96.8
120.4
108.9
111.1
103.6
107.6
117.5
106.9
105.2
96.4
113.0
118.6
104.1
98.2
106.3

107.8
112.1
1122
112.9
103.8
128.3
111.2
112,0
107.5
107.8
117.2
106.6
104.4
95.7
112.8
118.3
105.3
102.6
106.3

107.5
108.3
106 7
104.8
98.0
116.1
109.5
109.5
100.2
106.0
116.9
107.3
105.1
95.6
112.4
120.3
106.7
104.6
107.5

107.8
107.4
104 6
101.5
97.2
108.8
109.3
109.6
101.9
104.9
116.8
107.9
105.7
94.6
114.3
119.3
109.0
106.0
110.0

108.7
110.4
1118
113.0
111.5
115.4
110.0
109.3
101.0
106.0
116.1
108.2
105.3
95.3
115.1
121.9
108.0
105.6
108.9

108.6
106.9
107 1
107.5
104.6
112.2
106.4
106.8
94.6
103.8
115.5
109.1
106.7
94.2
115.9
123.4
108.8
104.0
110.6

106.5
99.4
93.5
84.2
80.7
90.2
107.3
104.1
90.8
99.2
114.6
108.5
107.8
91.7
113.5
122.8
106.4
101.1
108.4

105.7
96.0
86.7
74.6
77.2
70.2
104.8
103.4
89.9
100.9
112.5
108.4
107.5
92.1
113.5
122.7
106.6
98.1
109.7

June

July

Index (1987= 100)

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Equipment, total
Business equipment
Information processing
Office and computing
Industrial
Transit
Autos and trucks
Other
Defense and space equipment
Oil and gas well drilling
Manufactured homes .

20.0
13.9
5.6
1.9
4.0
2.5
1.2
1.9
5.4
.6
.2

115.5
123.1
127.2
149.8
115.3
129.9
96.8
118.5
97.3
109.0
90.8

111.8
118.0
124.0
142.7
113. 5
111.4
69.6
118.7
97.5
98.3
91.6

113.3
120.1
124.7
144.3
113.4
122.7
91.7
117.4
97.6
100.1
94.3

114.9
122.2
126.0
147.2
113.9
130,6
104.5
117.8
97.5
106.0
92.9

114.7
121.6
126.4
149.3
114.2
126.2
95.2
117.6
97.3
114.3
89.7

116.2
123.5
126.6
148.9
115.8
132.5
105.7
119.4
97.6
118.6
91.3

116.8
124.4
126.3
150.6
116.0
137.4
112.2
119.9
97.6
119.5
92.8

117.2
125.0
128.0
152.7
117.2
135.5
103.1
119.2
97.8
116.2
90.0

117.2
125.4
128.5
152.2
117.9
135.4
101.5
119.8
97.7
106.9
93.4

117.8
126.4
129.5
153.6
117.4
140.5
111.0
118.5
97.3
107.4
91.8

117.0
125.4
130.1
155.3
115.4
137.5
106.5
117.0
97.3
107,1
89.0

115.1
122.9
128.8
149.8
115.3
126.3
83.9
117.6
96.2
109.7
87.3

113.6
121.2
127.5
148.9
112.3
123.4
75.3
118.5
95.8
107.3
83.4

34
35
36

Intermediate products, total . . . .
Construction supplies
Business supplies

14.7
6.0
8.7

107.7
105.2
109.4

108.0
107.9
108.0

108.4
108,2
108.5

108.2
107.3
108.9

108.0
106.4
109.1

108.3
105.5
110.2

108.3
106.0
109.8

108.4
106.7
109.5

107.9
105.3
109.7

107.4
103.8
109.9

107.0
103.1
109.7

106.2
101.8
109.2

106.0
101.0
109.4

37 Materials total
.. .
38 Durable goods materials
39
Consumer parts
40
Equipment parts
41 Other
42
Basic metals
43 Nondurable goods materials
44
Textile .
45
Paper and pulp
46
Chemical
47
Other

39.2
19.4
4.2
7.3
7.9
2.8
9.0
1.2
1.9
3.8
2.1

107.8
111.8
104.0
118.1
110.2
111.9
106.0
96.7
106.4
106.8
109.5

106.2
109.4
96.5
116.5
109.7
108.5
105.4
94.6
105.0
105.8
110.9

107J
110,8
102.8
117,6
108.7
109.9
105.8
96.2
105.3
107.3
108.8

107.1
110.9
104.5
117.6
108.1
107.5
105.2
94.9
103.0
107.5
108.7

107.3
110.9
103.2
117.4
108.9
110.2
106.1
95.6
106.0
107.4
109.8

107.7
112.5
108.5
118.1
109.6
109.2
105.2
97.4
104.5
105.4
109.8

108.8
113.8
108.5
1 19. 1
111.8
113.6
106.1
99.4
104.8
107.3
108.8

109.6
114.0
108.1
119.2
112.4
115.5
107.8
100.2
109.0
108.5
109.9

109.7
114.9
110.4
119.4
113.1
116.3
106.8
97.8
106.9
108.0
109.3

109.4
114.1
109.0
119.8
111.6
115.8
106.9
98.1
109.4
106.6
110.1

108.3
112.5
106.0
118.6
110.4
112.0
106.5
97.9
108.6
105.6
110.8

106.8
110.4
98.5
117.4
110.2
112.7
105.6
95.1
107.2
105.8
109.4

105.3
107.5
91.1
116.9
107.4
109.6
104.9
91.4
108.5
105.7
107.6

48
49
50

10.9
7.2
3.7

102.1
101.3
103.5

101.2
101.1
101.4

101.7
102.1
100.9

102.0
101.2
103.4

101.8
100.3
104.6

101.1
100.1
102.9

102.1
101.2
103.9

103.3
103.3
103.4

103.0
102.1
104.9

103.0
101.0
107.0

102.3
100.7
105.3

101.6
101.4
102.0

102.0
101.9
102.1

97.3
95.3

109.5
109.8

108.6
109.0

108.9
109.2

109.0
109.2

109.2
109.5

109.5
109.7

110.0
110.2

110.6
110.8

110.7
110.9

110.6
H0.7

110.0
110.2

109.0
109.4

108.1
108.6

97.5
24.5
23.3

108.2
107.9
107.5

106.6
108.4
105.8

107.6
107.8
107.6

108.0
107.5
108.0

107.8
107.9
107.5

108.4
107.6
107.8

109.1
107.5
108.1

109.3
107.6
107.6

109.4
108.2
107.7

109.5
108.4
108.7

108.8
108.7
108.6

107.3
107.9
106.5

106.1
107.6
105.6

12.7

125.6

122.8

122.9

124.0

124.2

125.3

125.6

127.2

127.8

128.0

127.2

126.8

125.6

12.0
28.4

118.7
110.0

114.0
108.1

1 16.2 118.2
109.2 109.1

117.2
109.4

119.4
110.2

120.2
111.4

120.5
112.1

121.1
112.3

122.0
111.8

120.6
110.6

118.6
108.9

116.7
106.6

Energy .
Primary
Converted fuel
SPECIAL AGGREGATES

51 Total excluding autos and trucks
52 Total excluding motor vehicles and parts . . .
53 Total excluding office and computing
machines
54 Consumer goods excluding autos and trucks . .
55 Consumer goods excluding energy
56 Business equipment excluding autos and
trucks
57 Business equipment excluding office and
computing equipment
58 Materials excluding energy

76



45* Industrial production, 19901—Continued
B. Major industry
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted

1987
proportion

1990
avg.

100.0

109.2

107.5

108.5

108.9

108.8

109.4

110.1

110.4

110.5

110.6

109.9

108.3

107.2

2 Manufacturing
3 Primary processing
4 Advanced processing

84.4
26.7
57.7

109.9
106.3
111.6

108.1
106.2
109.0

109.6
106.9
110.9

109.8
106.0
111.7

109.5
105.9
111.3

110.3
106.1
112.4

110.8
107.0
112.6

111.1
107.9
112.5

111.1
108,0
112.5

111.2
106.9
113.2

110.7
106.2
112.8

108.9
104.9
110.8

107.5
102.9
109.5

5
6
7
8

Durable manufacturing . . . .
Lumber and products . . .
' '24
25
Furniture and fixtures . . .
Clay, glass, and stone
32
products
33
Primary metals
331,2
Iron and steel
Raw steel
Nonferrous
333-6,9
34
Fabricated metals
35
Nonelectrical machinery . . .
Office computing
machines
357
Electrical machinery
36
37
Transportation equipment . .
Motor vehicles and
371
parts
Autos and light
trucks
Aerospace and
miscellaneous . . . . 372-6,9
Instruments
38
39
Miscellaneous

47.3
2.0
1.4

111.6
101.6
105.9

108.6
106.0
105.1

110.7
104.3
104.8

111.9
105.0
105.9

111.1
103.3
107.6

112.6
101.7
108.0

113.4
102.0
108.7

113.4
103.6
108.0

113.5
100.5
106.7

113.8
100.3
106.9

112.5
98.2
104.4

109.9
95,5
102.3

107.5
93.5
102.0

2.5
3.3
1.9
.1
1.4
5.4
8.6

105.7
108.4
109.9
109.6
106.2
105.9
126.5

110,0
105.0
104.6
109.9
105.6
105.1
123.7

108.0
107.9
110.6
109.0
104.0
105.6
124.2

107.7
105.4
106.1
105.9
104.3
105.5
125.2

105.1
106.4
106.7
104.9
105.9
105.0
125,7

106.4
106.2
105.5
107.6
107.1
107.1
126.9

106.1
109.5
110.3
111.8
108.3
106.7
127.5

106.0
110.3
110,6
113.9
109.8
107.7
128.3

106.6
114.6
118.3
118.5
109.4
107.9
128.8

104.5
111.6
113.9
111.6
108.4
106.8
128.5

104.4
108.6
110.3
112.8
106.2
106.4
128.1

103.8
109.1
112.6
109.5
104.1
104.3 '
126.3

100.7
104.2
107.3
100.6
99.8
101.9
124.7

2.5
8.6
9.8

149.8
111.4
105.5

142.7
110.1
94.7

144.3
111.0
103.5

147.3
112.3
107.9

149.3
111.3
105.1

149.0
112.4
109.0

150.6
112.8
111.0

152.7
112.2
109.3

152.2
112.5
107.9

153.6
112.5
111.1

155.3
110.8
109.2

149.8
110.4
100. 1

148.9
108.7
96.6

4.7

96.8

76.8

94.1

103.5

95.8

104.0

108.0

102.7

101.0

107.5

103.8

85.8

78.5

2.3

96.6

65.7

91.8

106.7

94.6

104.3

111.6

103.8

100.9

112.8

107.1

83.7

74.9

5.1
3.3
1.2

113.3
116.8
120.0

111.0
116.0
117.0

111.9
116.2
118.1

111.9
115.7
118.6

113.4
115.8
118.6

113.5
116.5
119.1

113.8
115.0
119.6

115.2
116.9
120.4

114.1
117.5
121.8

114.2
118.4
121.3

114.0
118.1
121,5

113.1
118.1
122.5

112.9
117.3
119.1

Nondurable manufacturing . . .
Foods
Tobacco products
Textile mill products . . . .
Apparel products
Paper and products
Printing and publishing . .
Chemicals and products . . .
Petroleum products
Rubber and plastics
products
Leather and products . . . .

' '20
21
22
23
26
27
28
29

37.2
8.8
1.0
1.8
2.4
3.6
6.4
8.6
1.3

107.8
107.6
98.6
100.8
98.8
105.3
111.9
110.3
108.2

107.5
106.8
101.3
100.6
102.4
103.8
110.7
109.9
108.6

108.3
107.4
102.3
103.0
102.1
105.0
112.1
110.5
112.0

107.2
107.1
100.0
99.8
99.8
102.8
111.4
109.5
109.1

107.5
107.0
98.8
100.9
98.7
105.3
112.0
110.3
106.8

107.4
106.8
97.2
102.7
99.2
104.0
112.8
109.2
104.6

107.6
106.1
95.6
103.6
99.3
104.2
112.0
H0.3
106.5

108.1
107.1
98.5
102.9
99.2
107.8
111.4
110.4
110.5

108.1
107.7
96.3
100.4
98.8
106.5
110.9
111.1
110.2

108.0
107.6
96.4
100.7
98.4
107.5
111.6
110.9
109.3

108.4
108.8
97.8
101.2
97.2
106.8
112.9
110.7
108.6

107.7
109.6
99.0
97.4
95.5
105.1
112.4
110.0
107.8

107.4
109.1
101. J
96.1
94.9
105.4
112.8
109.9
105.6

30
31

3.0
.3

110.2
100.0

110.7
104.3

109.1
102.9

109.8
103.3

109.0
102.6

110.9
103.5

112.8
102.0

110.9
102.5

112.0
99.6

110.3
100.3

110.6
95.3

109.6
89.9

106.9
92.6

10
11,12
13
14

7.9
.3
1.2
5.7
.7

102.6
153.1
113.2
95.5
119.5

101.7
144.8
114.1
94.4
121.2

101.0
143.4
111.9
94.1
120.0

101. 1
141.4
112.9
94.6
U6.5

102.9
152.7
114.2
95.7
120.2

102.2
148.7
110.0
96.0
119.9

102.2
156.7
113.5
94.6
121.1

104.0
164.8
118.5
95.5
121.8

102.4
155.7
110.2
95.8
120.1

103.9
163.6
116.8
95.8
121.7

102.6
146.8
114.7
95.8
118.0

103.3
153.4
112,9
97.3
113.5

103.4
162.0
110.6
96.7
118.9

491,3pt
492, 3pt

7.6
6.0
1.6

108.0
110.8
97.3

106.8
108.3
101.2

104.0
107.1
92.3

106.2
109.7
93.3

106.7
109.7
95.5

107.1
110.3
95.2

109.7
113.1
97.4

109.7
112.1
100.7

111.4
113.6
103.3

110.3
112,9
100,9

109.2
112.1
98.1

106.9
109.6
97.0

108.8
111.8
97.6

79.8

110.7

109.9

110.5

110.2

110.3

110.7

111.0

111,6

111.7

1 1 1 ,4

111.1

110.3

109.1

82.0

108,7

107.1

108.6

108.7

108.3

109.2

109.6

109.8

109.9

110.0

109.4

107.7

106.2

Groups

SIC
code

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Index (1987 =100)

MAJOR INDUSTRY
1 Total index

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

34 Mining . . . .
.....
35 Metal mining
36 Coal
37 Oil and gas extraction
38 Stone and earth minerals . , .
39 Utilities
40 Electric
41 Gas
SPECIAL AGGREGATES
42 Manufacturing excluding
motor vehicles and parts . .
43 Manufacturing excluding
office and computing
machines

Gross value (billions of 1982 dollars, annual rates)
MAJOR MARKET
44 Products, total

1,734.8 1,911.4 1,863.6 1,903.3 1,922.6 1,906.2 1,922.2 1,937.0 1,923.5 1,929.5 1,941.6 1,939.6 1,882.8 1,859.4

45 Final products
46 Consumer goods
47 Equipment
48 Intermediate

1,350.9 1,497.7 1,447.9 1,488.3 1,507.5 1,493.9 1,506,0 1,523,4 1,508.7 1,516.3 1,529,1 1,523.7 1,470.8 1,450.8
833.4 882.9 864.3 888.6 893.4 883.9 885.9 893.8 886.0 885.9 895.2 892.7 865,2 857.6
517.5 614.8 583.6 599.8 614.1
610.0 620.1 629.6 622.7 630.4 633.9 631.0 605.6 593,2
384.0 413.7 415.7 415.0 415.1 412.3 416.2 413.6 414.9 413.1 412.5 415.9 412.0 408.7




77

46. Housing and construction, 1989-90
Monthly figures are at seasonally adjusted annual rates except as noted.
1989

Item
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Private residential real estate activity (thousands of units)
NEW UNITS

1,466
1,040
426
1,572
1,110
462
954
600
354
1,567
1,157
410
231

1,383
943
440
1,423
997
426
948
592
356
1,584
1,156
428
211

1,214
860
354
1,398
971
427
938
583
355
1,454
1,044
410
209

1,376
948
428
1,344
1,031
313
921
577
344
1,536
1,101
435
203

1,381
910
471
1,317
987
330
911
573
338
1,442
1,037
405
204

1,322
882
440
1,420
978
442
913
572
341
1,354
967
387
199

1,283
913
370
1,431
1,034
397
917
576
341
1,387
971
416
181

1,334
935
399
1,339
1,008
331
901
566
335
1,428
1,040
388
192

1,314
948
366
1,275
966
309
895
567
328
1,349
957
392
187

1,365
953
412
1,435
1,034
401
898
567
331
1,332
1,000
332
189

1,344
986
358
1,353
1,020
333
883
560
323
1,472
1,073
399
190

1,422
983
439
1,267
928
339
885
566
319
1,296
924
372
191

Merchant-builder activity in one-family units
14 Number sold
15 Number for sale, end of period1

721
369

626
374

560
376

619
375

657
378

643
376

729
369

710
365

640
366

639
364

666
364

624
363

Price of units sold (thousands of dollars)'
16 Median
17 Average

113
139

118
145

123
149

117
145

119
145

123
154

116
140

123
159

120
151

123
148

125
151

125
154

3,620

3,570

3,430

3,450

3,300

3,340

3,400

3,420

3,500

3,510

3,520

3,510

90
114

92
118

92
116

93
118

93
118

94
119

95
121

96
122

94
118

92
117

93
118

93
118

1 Permits authorized
One-family
Two-or-more-family
4 Started
5 One-family
6 Two-or-more-family
7 Under construction, end of period
8 One-family
9 Two-or-more-family
10 Completed
11 One-family
12 Two-or-more-family
13 Mobile homes shipped

EXISTING UNITS (one-family)
18 Number sold
Price of units sold (thousands of dollars)2
19 Median
20 Average

Value of new construction (millions of dollars)3
CONSTRUCTION
21 Total put in place

447,816 443,714 440,577 438,698 444,060 443,444 440,779 445,077 448,133 443,246 449,655 444,634

22 Private
23 Residential
24 Nonresidential, total
25
Industrial buildings . . .
26
Commercial buildings .
27
Other
28
Public utilities and other

351,093 347,714 348,619 343,251
202,751 201,734 199,507 198,830
148,342 145,980 149,112 144,421
19,245 17,909 18,832 20,041
67,268 66,294 67,711 62,740
19,702 19,663 20,129 18,889
42,127 42,114 42,440 42,751

29 Public
30 Military
31
Highway
32 Conservation and development
33 Other

78




96,723
2,878
30,899
4,478
58,468

343,865 345,807 344,433 346,614 346,028 345,864 346,559
198,060 197,694 197,125 195,522 194,109 193,203 192,729
145,805 148,113 147,308 151,092 151,919 152,661 153,830
19,473 20,377 20,308 21,519 22,335 21,631 21,653
64,053 65,524 63,956 65,158 65,407 67,853 '67,694
19,551 19,241 19,641 20,713 20,547 19,624 19,998
42,728 42,971 43,403 43,702 43,630 43,553 44,485

339,144
191,400
147,744
20,763
62,730
18,506
45,745

96,000 91,958 95,447 100,194 97,637 96,346 98,463 102,105 97,381 103,096 105,490
3,664 3,552
3,719
2,863
3,278 3,895 4,348 3,220 3,804 4,942 2,076
27,172 25,774 28,390 27,916 27,839 27,448 28,001 28,929 26,982 28,754 30,656
5,058 5,313
5,300 5,099
5,078 5,053 4,941
3,374 6,150
4,591
5,071
60,894 57,874 60,405 62,233 60,372 60,625 61,717 62,934 63,224 65,620 65,969

46. Housing and construction, 1989-90—Continued
Monthly figures are at seasonally adjusted annual rates except as noted.
1990

Item
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Private residential real estate activity (thousands of units)
NEW UNITS

1,758
998
760
1,543
1,078
465
891
570
321
1,504
1,054
450
195

1,343
978
365
1,459
1,127
332
899
574
325
1,332
1,031
301
198

1,205
884
321
1,298
988
310
885
565
320
1,371
1,036
335
192

1,123
816
307
1,217
901
316
875
558
317
1,310
943
367
190

1,088
808
280
1,208
897
311
857
546
311
1,351
1,001
350
190

1,123
801
322
1,187
890
297
847
538
309
1,294
950
344
190

1,086
781
305
1,155
876
279
831
528
303
1,312
988
324
187

1,055
756
299
1,131
835
296
815
517
298
1,307
950
357
193

989
730
259
1,106
858
248
790
503
287
1,314
963
351
184

925
703
222
1,026
839
187
766
497
269
1,275
930
345
186

916
668
248
1,130
769
361
756
486
270
1,246
922
324
181

854
645
209
971
751
220
744
478
266
1,155
878
277
167

Merchant-builder activity in one-family units
14 Number sold
15 Number for sale, end of period1

627
365

606
366

559
363

534
363

535
359

549
354

541
350

525
345

504
338

465
334

480
327

464
318

Price of units sold (thousands of dollars)2
16 Median
17 Average

125
152

127
151

119
145

130
153

125
151

125
150

119
150

118
145

113
142

120
153

119
143

127
153

3,470

3,420

3,440

3,370

3,350

3,370

3,320

3,410

3,160

3,070

3,150

3,130

95
119

95
118

96
119

96
118

95
119

99
123

98
121

97
121

94
117

93
116

92
116

92
114

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Permits authorized
One-family
Two-or-more-family
Started
One-family
Two-or-more-family
Under construction, end of period
One-family
Two-or-more-family
Completed
One-family
T wo-or-more-family
Mobile homes shipped

EXISTING UNITS (one-family)
18 Number sold
2

Price of units sold (thousands of dollars)
19 Median
20 Average

Value of new construction (millions of dollars)3
CONSTRUCTION
21 Total put in place

437,315 466,074 464,379 454,661 451,089 450,431 453,110 449,744 437,161 434,559 431,407 421,346

22 Private
23 Residential
24 Nonresidential, total
25
Industrial buildings
26
Commercial buildings . ,
27
Other
28
Public utilities and other ,

349,834
195,193
154,641
23,104
65,473
20,507
45,557

29 Public
30 Military
31
Highway
32 Conservation and development
33 Other

107,481 109,777 107,581 104,333 106,664 108,398 107,898 112,808 106,838 110,505 114,218 109,997
2,902 2,340 3,248 2,779 2,902 3,158
1,868
3,287
1,958 2,960
2,867 2,520
31,035 34,818 30,068 28,879 29,365 28,841 27,862 30,295 29,781 31,639 34,304 33,185
5,374
5,133 5,665 5,106 5,016 5,389 4,091 4,453 4,795 3,439 4,700 4,901
68,411 66,954 69,159 67,659 69,008 72,308 72,296 74,851 71,098 72,208 72,053 69,570




356,297 356,798 350,327 344,425 342,032 345,212 336,936 330,323 324,054 317,190 311,349
197,758 198,611 193,879 188,795 185,178 183,050 180,631 175,415 172,120 168,031 165,014
158,539 158,187 156,448 155,630 156,854 162,162 156,305 154,908 151,934 149,159 146,335
25,341 24,670 24,153 24,371 24,091 27,263 22,915 22,544 22,847 22,481 22,999
67,112 65,646 64,525 63,171 63,850 65,208 63,768 62,660 60,208 57,764 56,913
20,428 20,819 21,041 20,943 21,783 22,585 22,636 22,705 22,300 22,121 20,953
45,658 47,052 46,729 47,145 47,130 47,106 46,986 46,999 46,579 46,793 45,470

79

47. Consumer and producer prices, 1990
Percentage changes based on seasonally adjusted data, except as noted.
Change from 12 months earlier

Change from 3 months earlier (at annual rate)

Item

1989 Dec.

1990 Dec.

1 AH items

4.6

6.1

2 Food
3 Energy items
4 All items less food and energy
5 Commodities . . . .
6
Services

5.6
5.1
4.4
2.7
5.3

5.3
18.1
5.2
3.4
6.0

7 Finished goods
8 Consumer foods
9 Consumer energy
10 Other consumer goods
1 1 Capital equipment

4.9
5.2
9.5
4.4
3.8

5.7
2.6
30.7
3.7
3.4

12 Intermediate materials3
13 Excluding energy

2.5
.9
2.8
17.9
-3.6

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

7.5

4.1

8.2

4.9

133.8

10.4
12.0
6.5
5.7
6.9

2.5
1.2
4.6
2.0
5.5

4.6
44.2
6.0
3.3
7.2

3.9
18.0
3.8
2.3
4.8

134.2
110.1
138.3
125.3
145.8

6.4
8.8
16.9
3.9
4.4

.0
- .6
-4.6
3.8
2.7

11,3
2.3
118.7
3.5
3.6

5.1
1.3
21.1
3.4
3.3

122.0
124.2
84.7
131.2
124.9

4.6
1.9

1.4
1.0

.4
.7

13.4
4.0

4.2
2.3

117.0
122.0

-4.2
19.1
.6

4.7
.5
3.7

-3.8
-39.2
13.5

-7.8
305.8
5.9

= 7.3
= 18.8
= 18.1

107.9
93.5
132.8

CONSUMER PRICES2 (1982-84= 100)

PRODUCER PRICES (1982= 100)

Crude materials
14 Foods
15 Energy
16 Other

. ...

Change from

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

[ June

month earlier
July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

CONSUMER PRices2 (1982-84-100)
1 All items
2 Food
3 Energy items
4 All items less food and energy . .
5 Commodities
6 Services

.9

.5

.4

.2

.2

.6

.4

.8

.8

.6

.3

.3

1.6
4.7
.5
.2
.5

.7
-1.0
.6
1.0
.4

.2
-.7
.5
.2
.7

-.1
.0
.4
.1
.4

.0
-.3
.2
.2
.3

.7
.6
.5
.2
.6

.5
-.3
.5
.3
.6

.3
4,3
.5
.2
.7

.3
5.3
.4
.3
.4

.4
4.2
.3
.2
.3

.4
.5
.3
.2
.4

.1
.4
.4
.2
.4

1.7
1.6
12.3
.3
.3

-.1
1.0
-4.8
.3
.3

= .1
- .5
-2.7
.3
.4

-.1
- .6
.1
.2
.2

.3
.4
-.6
.7
.1

.0
-.2
= .7
.1
.4

.3
.5
.1
.2
.2

1.1
.6
9.1
.2
.3

1.3
-.5
11.3
.5
.3

1.2
.6
9.1
.1
.2

.4
.1
.2
.8
.2

-.4
-.3
=4.0
.0
.3

1.2
.1

-.7
-.1

-.1
.3

.2
.1

.0
.2

-.1
-.1

.0
.2

1.4
.2

1.7
.5

1.6
.3

.3
.3

=.8
=.1

.4
4.8
-.3

.6
.4
-.5

.1
-4.8
1.8

.0
-7.0
2.2

-1.7
1.9
1.1

.7
^6.8
= .1

.4
.4
.6

-1.2
25.1
1.8

=1.2
13.0
-.9

.3
18.8
-1.4

= 1.0
-11.0
-2.3

=1.2
-10.2
=1.3

PRODUCER PRICES (1982= 100)
7 Finished goods . . . .
8 Consumer foods
9 Consumer energy
10 Other consumer goods
1 1 Capital equipment
12 Intermediate materials3
13 Excluding energy
Crude materials
14 Foods
15 Energy
16 Other

80



48. Summary of U.S. international transactions, 1989-90
Millions of dollars, quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted except as noted1
Ql

Item credits or debits
1 Balance on current account
2 Not seasonally adjusted , 2
.
3 Merchandise trade balance
4
Merchandise exports
5
Merchandise imports
6 Military transactions, net
7 Investment income net
8 Other service transactions, net
9 Remittances pensions, and other transfers
10 U.S. government grants (excluding military) . . .
11 Change in U.S. goverment assets other than
official reserve assets, net (increase, — )
12 Change in U.S. official reserve assets
(increase, —.) '
13 Gold
14 Special drawing rights (SDRs)
15 Reserve position in International
Monetary Fund
16 Foreign currencies , . . .'
17 Change in U.S. private assets abroad
(increase, — )
18 Bank-reported claims3 . .
19 Nonbank-reported claims
20 U-S. purchase of foreign securities, net
21 U.S. direct investments abroad, net . .
22 Change in foreign.official assets in the
United States (increase, +) .'."
23 ,U.S. Treasury securities
24 Other U.S. government obligations
25 Other U.S. government liabilities4
26 Other U.S. liabilities reported by U.S. banks1
27 Other .foreign official assets5 . . . " , '
28 Change in foreign private assets in
United States (increase, +)
29 U-S. bank reported liabilities-*
30 U.S. nonbank reported liabilities
31 Foreign private purchases of U.S.
Treasury securities, net . . . .
32 Foreign purchases of other U.S.
securities, net
33 Foreign direct investments in
United States, net3
34 Allocation of SDRs
35 Discrepancy
36 Owing to seasonal adjustments
37 Statistical discrepancy in recorded data before
seasonal adjustment
MEMO
Changes in official assets
38 ;U.S. official reserve assets (increase, — .}
39 Foreign official assets in United States excluding
line 25
40 Change in Organization of Petroleum Exporting
Countries official assets in United States (part
of line 22) (increase, +)




i

1989

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

:Q3

Q4

-23,881
-29,112
= 28,760
96,638
-125,398
- 1 ,683
2,802
8,086
-1,302
-3,024

-23,402
-25,136
-27,728
100,580
-128,308
-2,243
6,133
9,716
-1,201
-8,079

Q2

1:990

1989

- 1,06,305 -92,123 -27,579
-22,340
-115,917-108,115 -29,418
361,451 389,550
87,207
-477,368-497,665 -116,625
= 6,203 -7,219 -.1,715
2,688
11,945
900
28,618
33,595
6,201
-4,420 -4,843 -1,060
-11,071 -17,486 -2,487

= 27,808
-26,637
-28,700
91,609
-120,309
-1,634
-1,184
6,817
- 1 , 104
-2,003

1990

-26,220 -24,700
-31,209 = 26,118
-29,188 -28,611
90,142 92,493
-119,330 -121,104
-•.1,161 -1,693
2,472
499
8,176
7,424
-1,111 = 1,145
-5,683 -3,899

-22,667
-17,22'3
-27,537
95,244
-122,781
-1,736
3,002
7,636
-1,218
-2,813

= 22,178
= 20,653
-24,090
97,088
-121,178
-1,558
7
8,156
-1,123
-3,570

-292

564

119

-669

-800

-314

-25,293 = 2,158
0
0
-192
-535

-4,000 -12,095
0
0
68
-188

= 5,996
0
-211

-3,202
0
-204

-3,177
0

371
0
-Z16

1,739
0
303

471
-25,229

316
-159
-4,128 = 12,004

337
-6,122

= 23
-2,975

234
-3 ,,1.04

493
94

1,320

2,976

731
-2,697

928

-104,637 -58,524 -34,504
-51,255
5,333 -26,296
2,581 -1,944
1,795
-22,575 -28,476 -2,230
-33,388 -33,437 -7,773
8,624
149
1,383
281
4,976
1 ,835

32,425
28,643
667
1,703
2,998
-1,586

207,925
63,382
'5,454

53,879
9,975
3,779

29,618

1,131

8,117 -40,311 = 37,938
23,817 -24,864 -23,912
-2,177
645
2,318
-6,191 -9,651 = 4,503
-7,332 -8,114 -10,168
-5,038
-9,726
-97
390
3,823
.572

13,053
12,776
190
-345
= 211

7,536
61,791
17,991 -20,697
-189
5,531

6.1 ,202
28,723
-:1,934

2,489

12,544

7,766
4,634
721
-241
2,197
455

9,561

643

-247

1,368

4,759

0
-93
=4
= 995

40,993 -33,033 = 28,114 = 38,370
57,085 -17,255 -9,984 -24,513
-2,509
676
1,649 - 1,760
-8,756 -11,160 -1,014 -7,546
= 8,985 -2,858 -17,792 -3,802
-7,022
-5,786
-521
-292
-297
-126

5,805
2,461
346
1,141
2,131
-274

13,341

= 248
1,8.71
-265

20,301
20,119
708
1,102
-707
-921

77,396 -26,059
37,365 -43,234
660
2,046

25,452
8,980
699

35,754
26,968
4,260

18,732
17,261
-1,840

= 1,151

4,287

24

-2,029

= 7,158
= 7,535
569
476
-833
,165

5,024

11,849
134

38,920

1,781

8,544

9,365

10,423

10,588

.1,397

2,140

-2,558

802

70,551

37,213

20,164

16,568

1 1 ,446

22,373

16,269

9,346

7,060

4,538

0
18,366

.0
63,526

0
-4,402
4,066

0
29,580
-780

0
18,601
4,367

0
24,383
105

0
1,475
-6,473

0
19,072
2,OQ7

18,366

63,526

-8,468

30,360

4,087

-7,613

14,235

24,278

7,948

17,066

-25,293

-2,158

= 4,000 -12,095

-5,996

-3,202

-3,:177

37.1

1,739

-1,091

-8,343

30,722

8,007

= 5,428

13,398

-7,634

-6,730

4,664

13,589

1,0,738

2,163

7,178

461

4,500

-1,401

3,094

193

- 1 ,699

0
0
= 2,292 -4,517
3,096
-6,379

:19,1,99

575

81

49. U.S. foreign trade, 19901
Millions of dollars; exports, F.A.S. value; imports, Customs value; monthly data are seasonally adjusted.
Year

3 Trade balance

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

31,528

31,694

33,101

32,125

32,616

33,837

32,159

32,515

495,311

1 Exports of domestic and
foreign merchandise
excluding grant-aid
shipments, f,a.s. value .
2 General imports including
merchandise for
immediate consumption
plus entries into bonded
warehouses

Jan.

393,592

Item

41,629

39,152

41,725

39,749

40,762

40,168

41,399

41,868

41,315

-6,331 -9,240 -9,353

-9,084

-101,718-10,101 -7,458 -8,624

-7,624 -8,146

Sept.

32,231

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

34,631

33,586

33,570

44,527

43,123

39,895

-9,897 -9,536

-6,325

50. U.S. reserve assets, 1990
Millions of dollars; end of period
Type

Jan.

[ Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Total

75,506

74,173

76,303

76,283

77,028

77,298

77,906

78,909

80,024

82,852

83,059

83,340

2 Gold stock'
. . . ..
3 Special drawing rights2'3
4 Reserve position in International
Monetary Fund 2 ' 4
5 Foreign currencies5

11 059
11 ,059
10041 10216

11 060
10 092

1 1 ,060
10 103

11 065
10 396

11 065
10 490

J l 064
10 699

11 065
10 780

11 063
10 666

J 1 ,060
10 876

1 1 ,059
11 059

1 1 ,058
10 989

9 173
45 233

8 727
46,424

8 687
46,433

8 764
46 803

8 449
47,294

8 686
47 457

8 890
48 174

8 881
49,414

9 066
51,B50

8 871
52,070

9076
52,217

82



8 985
43,913

51. Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions, 1988-90
A. By type
Millions of dollars, end of period
Item

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

19 88
1 Total1

271,555 280,997 288,879 291,193 299,200 295,329 295,361 294,817 293 510 299 876 305 691 304 132

2 Liabilities reported by banks in the
United States2
3 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates3 . . .
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4 Marketable
...
...
5 Non marketable4
6 U.S. securities other than U.S.
Treasury securities 5

32 756
90,656
130 923

300
16 920

30087
95,644

29 998
94,983

31 581
96,614

30 898
95,309

32 138
96,725

33 017
96,708

32 783
96,822

35 1 13
100,814

35 485
103,841

31 519
103,722

138,092 146 227
300
792

149 302

154 364

152 706

150 344

795

148 894

499

502

147 413

147 990

506

513

150 186

1 52 429

509

516

520

523

16 129

16 115

16 142

15 914

15 648

15 689

15 979

15 443

15 659

15 939

32 490
93,427

16 688

19 89
1 Total1

306,147 308,577 312,140 318,120 310,951 306,712 312,089 322,186 320,108 319,998 319 620 312,477

2 Liabilities reported by banks in the
United States2
3 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates3 . . .
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4 Marketable
5
Non marketable4
6 U.S. securities other than U.S.
Treasury securities5

36 785
98,457

34 694
98,192

33 717
95,478

39 249
96,109

38 217
91,799

37 540
87,190

39 338
87,734

38 354
88,325

37 329
86,350

42 625
81,466

39 304
82,474

36 496
76,985

154 448

158,747
531

165 296

164 454

166 754

538

176 672

177 450

1 76 47 1

178 156

1 79 269

534

163,385
542

163 847

527

545

549

553

557

561

564

568

15,930

16,413

17,115

17,770

17,008

17,590

17,714

18,282

18,422

18,875

19 122

19,159

1990
1 Total1

309,859 304,436 306,253 308,728 309,400 311,248 314,334 323,112 325,563 331,701 341 594 344,386

2 Liabilities reported by banks in the
United States2 . . .
3 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates3 . . .
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4 Marketable
5 Non marketable4
...
6 U.S. securities other than U.S.
Treasury securities5

34537
76,147

34,007
73,049

36 925
72,894

37 798
69,265

37,680
72,438

38,312
72,730

39,623
73,734

41 103
74,144

40 421
73,883

44 993
74,131

179 635

178 090

572

576

174 351
3 570

179 417
3 596

177 046
3,620

177 976
3,644

178 736
3,668

185 278
3,692

189 085
3,717

190 285
3,741

18 968

18,714

18 513

18 652

18,616

18,586

18,573

18,895

18,457

18,551

18,082

18,245

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

43 444
80,971

39 765
79,447

195 332 202 438
3 765
4,491

B. By area
Millions of dollars, end of period
Item

19 88
1 Total1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Western Europe1
Canada .
..
...
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
..
Other countries6

271,555 280,997 288,879 291,193 299,200 295,329 295,361 294,817 293,510 299,876 305,691 304,132
125,714 125,631
6,768
6 111
8 182
8,680
125,567 133,660
1 492
1,529
4 729
4 489

127,363 127,716 129,518 125,003 123,338
10,654
8 243
9,301
10,702
7 883
9 380
10,335
9426
9,710
9 849
137,777 138,362 141,398 140,591 141,980
1,213
1,452
1,300
1 546
1 451
7 819
7 884
7 840
4 886
6039

121,597
9,910
11,785
142,599
1,230
7,693

119,658
9,983
10,589
144,022
1,164
8,096

123,621
10,943
10,321
145,915
1,128
7,949

127,062
9,995
10,975
149,168
1,027
7,465

123,229
9,513
10,553
151,887
1,403
7,548

19 89
1 Total1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Western Europe1
Canada .
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
Other countries6 . .
. . .

306,147 308,577 312,140 318,120 310,951 306,712 312,089 322,186 320,108 319,998 319,620 312,477
124 177
9,597
10,405
153 625
1,127
7 216

122,950
9,785
9,332
158,552
1,177
6,785

123 722 127 397 124,412
9,923
10,085
9,867
7,992
6,567
7,640
162 655 1 64 960 162,472
1,099
1,153
1,216
6 532
7099
6,417

120 821
9,545
6,405
161,760
1,305
6,876

124,759 132,456
9,553
9,453
8,474
7,650
162,086 163,557
844
983
7,304
7,160

132,512
8,955
10,009
160,838
901
6,896

132,510
8,617
10,500
160,421
944
7,008

136,092
9,059
10,391
156,038
1,054
6,987

132,849
9,482
9,313
153,338
1,030
6,469

1? 90
1 Total' . . .
2
3
4
5
6
7

Western Europe1
Canada . .
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
Other countries6




309,859 304,436 306,253 308,728 309,400 311,248 314,334 323,112 325,563 331,701 341,594 344,386
133,917 132,233
9 285
7,878
8,866
8 476
150,205 147,191
852
1,025
7,124
7,244

135,340 137,498 138,832
7 782
8 288
6,524
13 840
13 836
13 801
140,909 142,691 141 ,429
895
1,074
936
6,057
6,946
7,701

143,361
6,935
15 559
136,257
946
8,193

145,945
8,388
15 629
135,598
917
7,859

148,666
11,056
17,103
136,916
1,697
7,675

152,295
10,144
17,429
136,244
1,383
8,068

159,390
8,876
17,549
136,952
1,305
7,632

165,452
8,688
19,318
139,158
1,404
7,576

167,141
8,672
21,115
138,071
1,433
7,955

83

52. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars,, reported by banks in the United States, 1989-901
A. By holder and type of liability
Millions of dollars, end of period
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr,

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Holder and type of liability
1989

1 AH foreigners

665,956 684,136 697,611 689,331

2 Banks' own liabilities
3 Demand deposits
4 Time 3deposits2
5 Other
6 Own foreign offices4

494,985 510,327 526,425 518,410 514,589 513,572 505,004 517,937 535,587 545,341 566,570 577,498
20,213 21,336 22,092 21,259 21,521 20,834 21,153 19,411
21,458 20,921 21,488 22,032
145,976 151,675 157,926 156,551 155,062 154,328 150,360 155,922 157,193 162,129 165,594 168,780
52,291 51,407 55,393 57,898 59,538 61,534 64,752 63,824 56,919 65,719 66,976 67,823
276,505 285,909 291,014 282,702 278,469 276,875 268,738 278,780 300,016 296,572 312,512 318,864

7 Banks' custody liabilities5 . . . .
8 U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
9 Other negotiable and readily 7
transferable instruments
10 Other
11 Nonmonetary international8 and
regional organizations . . .
12 Banks' own liabilities
13 Demand deposits . .
14 Time deposits2 . . .
15 Other3
16 Banks' custody liabilities 5
17 U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
18 Other negotiable and readily 7
transferable instruments
19 Other
20 Official institutions9 .
21 Banks' own liabilities
22 Demand deposits . .
23 Time 3deposits2 . . .
24 Other

170,971

173,809 171,186 170,921

111,996 111,846 108,864 107,695

684,185 679,067 671,094 684,790

703,156 709,751 732,767 736,878

169,596 165,495 166,090 166,852 167,570 164,410 166,197 159,380
99,736 100,109 100,321

99,856

95,893

97,018

91,100

19,364
39,612

19,675
42,288

19,711
42,611

20,312
42,914

21,638
44,451

20,205
45,555

20,056
45,925

20,417
46,114

20,226
47,487

19,887
48,630

19,297
49,882

19,526
48,754

2,742

3,312

3,823

4,037

3,470

3,912

4,289

4,418

4,402

5,833

5,840

4,894

1,947
602
1,278

2,738
74
1,185
1,479

3,016
88
1,445
1,482

3,251
163
1,537
1,551

3,035
76
1,256
1,702

2,989
32
1,506
1,451

2,765
41
968
1,756

3,402
66
1,079
2,257

2,804
89
1,159
1,555

3,797
53
1,107
2,638

4,523
62
1,075
3,385

3,279
96
927
2,255

795

574

786

435

922

1,524

1,016

1,598

2,036

1,318

1,616

107

84

568

321

197

909
1

1,479
35

1,454
14

996
0

1,417
2

67

103,507

69

59

74

77

95

181

345

711
15

463
52

734
0

693
16

305
35

731
10

1,179
0

135,242 132,885 129,194 135,359
32,058
1,626
13,339
17,094

29,368
1,792
12,511
15,066

28,094
1,604
10,912
15,578

33,155
1,779
12,553
18,822

130,016 124,730 127,073 126,679 123,679 124,091 121,778 113,481
31,891
1,761
11,185
18,945

32,182
1,800
10,038
20,343

34,223
1,955
10,002
22,265

33,389
1,625
8,958
22,806

32,519
1,935
9,585
20,999

37,548
1,940
12,101
23,507

34,333
1,829
11,237
21,268

31,108
2,196
10,495
18,417

25 Banks' custody liabilities5
26 U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
27 Other negotiable and readily 7
transferable instruments
28 Other

103,183 103,517 101,100 102,204

29 Banks"

437,885 455,461 472,474 456,104 456,819 454,350 445,355 459,296 481,766 484,149 508,024 515,275

30 Banks' own liabilities
31 Unaffiliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits
33
Timp <
Time 1Hpnncitc
34
Other
35 Own foreign offices4

386,589 402,078 419,422 403,364 401,669 397,793 388,722 402,084 420,642 422,148 444,809 454,273
110,084 116,169 128,407 120,662 123,200 120,918 119,983 123,303 120,625 125,576 132,297 135,409
9,457
9,838
10,266
9,573 11,008
11,135
10,692
9,859 10,693 10,279
9,661
9,226
71,436 76,393 83,075 79,173 78,311 77,660 74,928 80,352
80,600 83,516 86,817 90,557
29,192 30,203 34,325 31,651 33,754 33,597 34,789 33,725 29,334 32,201 34,787 34,573
276,505 285,909 291,014 282,702 278,469 276,875 268,738 278,780 300,016 296,572 312,512 318,864

2

98,124

92,548

92,850

93,290

91,159

86,542

87,444

82,373

98,457

98,192

95,478

96,109

91,799

87,190

87,734

88,325

86,350

81,466

82,474

76,985

4,603
124

5,081
244

5,471
152

5,890
205

6,141
185

5,115
244

4,853
263

4,767
198

4,620
189

4,774
303

4,845
125

5,028
361

36 Banks' custody liabilities 5
37 U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
38 Other negotiable and readily 7
transferable instruments
39 Other

51,296

40 Other foreigners . . .

90,088

41 Banks' own liabilities
42 Demand deposits . .
43 Time 3deposits2 . . .
44 Other

74,391
9,064
60,600
4,727

45 Banks' custody liabilities5
46 U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
.........
47
Other negotiable and readily 7
transferable instruments
Other
.................
48

15,697

MEMO
49 Negotiable time certificates of deposit
in custody for foreigners

84




52,739

63,215

61,002

9,427

9,670

9,367

5,106
47,469

4,858
48,688

5,124
46,510

53,383

53,053

7,986

7,658

7,471

7,091

6,005
37,305

6,028
39,696

5,373
40,209

5,194
40,454

92,478

92,119

93,831

93,881

96,076

94,378

94,397

93,310

95,678

97,125 103,228

76,142
9,897
61,586
4,660

75,894
9,391
62,495
4,008

78,640
9,478
63,287
5,875

77,993
8,549
64,308
5,136

§0,607
9,340
65,123
6,144

79,295
8,891
64,462
5,942

79,063
8,494
65,533
5,036

79,622
8,742
65,849
5,031

81,848
9,070
65,404
7,373

82,905
8,904
66,465
7,536

88,839
9,460
66,801
12,577

16,335

16,225

15,191

15,888

15,469

15,082

15,334

13,688

13,830

14,220

14,389

5,484

5,936

5,842

4,417

4,334

4,350

4,148

3,848

4,192

4,432

4,553

4,551

8,045
2J68

8,103
2,296

8,133
2,250

8,535
2,239

9,322
2,232

8,800
2,318

8,409
2,525

9,137
2,349

8,718
778

8,554
844

8,598
1,069

7,958
1,880

8,194

7,983

7,690

7,736

7,882

7,593

7,503

7,465

7,515

7,434

7,050

7,203

57,212

61,125

62,002

7,880

8,041

9,230

5,615
43,138

5,604
43,566

5,408
46,486

56,557

56,633

7,279

8,015

5,870
42,000

5,558
42,983

55,149

52. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States,
1989-901—Continued
A. By holder and type of liability—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

o er an type o la i ity

1990
1 All foreigners

705,404 6%, 414 695,338 699,530

707,432 702,234 710,516 729,132

731,451 737,149 742,916 752,916

2 Banks' own liabilities
3
Demand deposits
4
Time deposits2
5 Other
6
Own foreign offices4

544,159 538,192 535,258 544,065
19 902
20 829 20,465 21 075
158 301 155 509 155 130 149 357
66,712
64,113 59,760
61,467
301 842 302 093 298 197 306 920

544,387 539,308 545,610 561 ,976
20 566
20 344
19 720 20 512
150 796 151 039 154 023 156 716
66,329 66,814
68,195 75,871
306 696 301 110 303 671 308 877

562,069 564,295 561,237 576,195
22 096
20 210
19 683 21 724
159 305 158 883 162 317 168 245
67 377 75 371 72,269 65,652
3 1 3 292 309 831 306 968 320 575

7 Banks' custody liabilities5
8
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
9
Other negotiable and readily
transferable instruments 7 . . . .

161 246

1*18 222

160 080

155 466

163 045

162 926

164 905

167 156

169*382

172 854

181 679

176 721

90,691

87,964

87,793

83,359

88,745

89,712

91,423

92,557

91,093

94,388

99,862

96,808

18,704

18,699

18,844

18,163

18,566

17,895

17,621

17,009

17,130

17,722

18,357

17,472

51,850

31,559

53,443

53,945

55,733

55,319

55,861

57,590

61 159

60,745

63,460

62,441

1 1 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations8

4,669

3,764

4,948

5,777

4,553

5,825

5,096

5,219

6,422

5,404

5,324

5,918

12 Banks' own liabilities
13 Demand deposits . . . .
14 Time deposits2
15 Other3

3,071
36
1 092
1,943

2,218
55

3,830
52
2 047
1,731

2,908
28
800
2,080

4,426
29
1 389
3,008

3,774
46
948
2,781

3,260
39
1 313
1,907

5,111
101
1 259
3,751

4,369
57

3,179
33

895

783

1,524

3,387
156
1 145
2,087

3,417

2,363

4,540
36
1 050
3,455

5

1,598

1,546

1,561

1,947

1,645

1,399

1,322

1,959

1,311

1,034

2,145

1,378

101

159

190

190

174

147

148

1,095

479

248

1,077

364

1,497
0

1,387
0

1,371
0

1,740
17

1,463
8

1,253
0

1,159
15

819
45

817
15

782
5

1,022
46

1,014
0

110,118 111,042

114,305 119,125 124,415

119,212

10

Other

16 Banks' custody liabilities
17 U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6 . . .
. . .
18 Other negotiable and readily
7
transferable instruments . . . .
19 Other
20 Official institutions9

639

110,683 107,056 109,819 107,062

113,357

115,248

21 Banks' own liabilities
22
Demand deposits
23 Time deposits2 . . .
24 Other3

30 964
1,599
9,696
19,669

30,792
1,656
10,679
18,457

33,059
1,829
1 1 ,067
20,162

34 995
2,068
11,831
21,096

34 302
1,647
11,731
20,924

34 200
1,619
10,345
22,237

35 808
1,519
11,926
22,363

37 048
1,936
11 600
23,512

36 432
2,498
11 741
22,192

40 096
2,117
11 742
26,237

38,167
1,781
12,929
23,457

34,792
1,924
14,265
18,603

25 Banks' custody liabilities5
26 U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
27
Other negotiable and readily
transferable instruments7 . . . .
28 Other . . .

79,719

76,264

76,761

72,067

75,816

76,842

77,549

78,200

77,873

79,029

86,248

84,420

76,147

73,049

72,894

69,265

72,438

72,730

73,734

74,144

73,883

74,131

80,971

79,447

3,485
88

2,917
298

3,696
171

2,630
173

3,183
195

3,669
443

3,665
150

3,704
351

3,701
289

4,471
427

4,897
380

4,770
203

29 Banks10
30 Bank's own liabilities
31
Unaffiliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits
33
Time deposits2 . .
34
Other3
35
Own foreign offices4

492,119 484,614 480,794 488,738
....
.

494,331 489,461 495,263 512,938

516,097 512,450 516,724 534,143

427,209 420,589 414,290 421,599
125 366 118 496 116093 114 679
9,841
10,054
9,613
9,498
74,179 68,024
78,671 73,917
.
37,197 34,524 32,302 36,815
301,842 302,093 298,197 306,920

423,344 418,112 422,841 439,202
116 648 117 002 119 170 130 325
9,666
9,472
9,215
9,781
70,173 72,449
73,870 77,396
36,809
35,080
36,084 43,148
306,696 301,110 303,671 308,877

439,385 436,822 437,890 457,535
126 094 126 991 130,921 136,960
8,999
10,411
10,053
8,989
88,847
80,147 83,573
80,248
38,349
38,060
35,434
37,855
313,292 309,831 306,968 320,575

36 Banks' custody liabilities 5
....
37
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6 . .
38
Other negotiable and readily
transferable instruments7 . . . .
39 Other

64,911

64,025

66,504

67,138

70,987

71,349

72,422

73,736

76,712

75,628

78,834

76,608

9,614

9,335

9 354

9 367

11 397

12,303

12,541

12,149

1 1 ,323

11,534

11,378

10,634

5,111
50,185

4,937
49,752

5,397
51,753

5,439
52,332

5,618
53,972

5,765
53,281

5,713
54,168

5,369
56,218

6,088
59,301

5,769
58,325

5,730
61,726

5,240
60,735

40 Other foreigners

97,933 100,980

99,777

97,953

98,430

95,906

96,799

95,727

94,627

100,171

96,453

93,642

41 Banks' own liabilities
42
Demand deposits
43 Time deposits2
..
44
Other3

82,914
8,768
68,842
5 304

84,593
9,064
70,274
5 255

84,522
8,867
68,739
6 916

83,640
9,114
67 455
7 071

83,832
9,224
68 092
6 516

82,570
9,225
66,856
6489

83,187
8,940
67,280
6 968

82,467
8,757
66,407
7 304

81,141
9,085
66,056
6000

83,007
9,046
66,099
7 862

82,001
8,869
65,032
8 100

79,328
9,711
64,083
5,534

45 Banks' custody liabilities5
....
46
U.S. Treasury bills and
certificates6
47
Other negotiable and readily
transferable instruments 7 . . . .
48 Other . . . .

15,018

16,387

15,255

14,313

14,598

13,336

13,612

13,260

13,486

17,164

14,452

14,314

4 830

5 421

5 355

4 537

4 737

4 533

5 000

5 169

5 408

8 476

6,436

6,363

8,612
1,577

9,457
1,509

8,381
1,519

8,354
1,423

8,302
1,559

7,208
1,595

7,085
1,528

7,116
975

6,524
1,554

6,700
1,988

6,708
1,308

6,448
1,503

8,576

8,457

7,634

7,183

7,282

6,429

5,909

5,713

6,346

6,199

6,466

7,022

MEMO
49 Negotiable time certificates of deposit
in custody for foreigners




85

52. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States,
1989-901—Continued
B. By area and country
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

May

Apr.

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec.

19 89
665,956 684,136 697,611 689,331

1 Total
2 Foreign countries
3
Europe
4
Austria
5
Belgium-Luxembourg
6
Denmark
7
Finland
8
France
9
Germany
10
Greece
11
Italy
12
Netherlands . .
13
Norway
14
Portugal
15
Spain
16
Sweden
17
Switzerland
18
Turkey
19
United Kingdom
20
Yugoslavia
21
Other Western Europe"
22
USSR
23
Other Eastern Europe12

684,185 679,067 671,094 684,790

703,156 709,751 732,767 736,878

663 214 680,824 693 788 685 293 680715 675,156 666 805 680 371 698 755 703 918 726 927 73 1 ,984
219,824 224,547 228,491 225,708 224,281 222,992 222 91 1 226 965 223,429 233,347 242,913 237,501
1 634
1 414
1 414
1 143
1,791
1 469
1 354
1 475
1,233
1 427
1 201
1,516
9,000
9,332
10,648
10,517
10,176
8,879
8,694
9016
9358
10,901
10,221
10,456
1 449
1 854
1 415
1 660
1 626
1 643
1 190
1 353
2 098
2 057
1 382
1 918

377

562

535

414

449

457

436

461

519

464

22 321
5,841

24 313
5,309

26 885
5,584

25,704
7,038

24 257
7,859
1,188
12,555
6 158
1,482

23 961
9,416

22 407
8,943

24 975
7 624

23 156
8,404

23 981
8,757

879

846

814

861

12,929
14626
5 303
5 336
1,525
1 456
1 949
1 422
5420
5 942
1 256
2005
29 117
28 767
1 056
1 025
105 205 103 846

14 580
5 221
1 701
2 209
5 319
1 682
29 178
1 088
102 070

14 257
5 614
1 344
2 293
5007
1 665
29 765
1 202
106 391

936
11,339
5 425
1,505

950
1 1 ,090
6,188
1,370

880

828

5,784
1 317
32,777

5,203
1 338
31,917
1 249
108,888

942
106,134

490
....

111

945

13,514
5 742
1,550

12,990
5,922
1 ,786

846

838

999

4,929
5,829
1 435
1 750
30,270 29,495
1 030
1 057
1 10,949 105,473

5,450
1 559
28,687

906
13,984
5 155
1,488
1,103
5,117
1 486
29,039

787

739

107,879

103,178

577

570

26 029 26903
7,578
9,145
1 041
} 028
14,686
16,169
6 613
7 259
1,954
2,401
2 418
2 262
4,364
4 911
1 491
1 921
31,714
34,496
1 373
1 818
108 930 102,162
1 474
1 017
13,563
15,370

435

440

467

521

558

606

693

774

§58

10,918

9,941

10,781

1 1 ,527

11,897

14,348

13 714

13 870

12963

16 394

155

113

102

91

193

164

175

202

244

138

286

350

692

453

665

952

430

496

551

685

552

585

589

608

18,247
18,865
18 026
16 755
291,509 289,528 300,123 3 1 1 ,028
7,304
8 553
8 178
7,810
90 987 93 305 96 516 99,341
2,884
2,192
2,535
2,638
5 944
6,351
6 139
6 333
127,340 122,209 129,482 138,309
3,212
3 050
3 102
2 800
4 653
4 317
5 006
4 807

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean . . . .
Argentina
Bahamas . . . .
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
..
Guatemala
Jamaica
. .
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other

20,843 25,878 23,179
19,328
265,910 272,024 272,793 275,839
7,737
6,942
6,532
6,414
82,058 83,528 85 683 85 487
2,467
2,591
2,573
2,456
4 737
4,892
4 990
5 638
113,219 117,722 117,042 119,959
3,004
3,101
3,010
2,982
4429
4 273
4 573
4 293

181

172

225

224

190

297

230

234

235

209

191

209

16 225
5,796
4 507
1,746
2 027
9,221
5 905

15 819
5,764
4 719
1,758
2 158
9,592
6075

15 625
5,699
4 603
1,736
2 259
9,558
6 151

15 334
5,802
4 574
1,799
2 282
9,638
6,256

15 037
6,106
4 665
1,758
2 362
9,485
6 238

15 241
6 347
4 475
1,793
2 448
9,488
6014

14 633
6462
4 559
1 801
2 172
9,563
5 902

14 474
6 100
4 590
1 807
2 143
9,459
6 143

15 638
6 090
4 610
1 852
2 362
9,579
6 302

15 313
5 973
4 579
1 924
2 215
9,609
6 599

15 036
6287
4 538
1,946
2 335
9,869
6 566

15 423
6,310
4 362
1,984
2 284
9,482
6 206

44

148,137

152,728

156 580

150,613

148 664

149 719

145 510

147 111

154 977

152 084

151 953

156 201

1,667
26 166
12,160

1 644
26 323
11,581

1 868
28 481
12,156
1 816
1 169

1 447
27 198
12,465

1 561
27 308
11 631

1 616
25 552
12542

1 719
24 228
12,549

I 900
22 517
12,353

1,570
21 343
12,261

1 ,773
19 588
12,416

818

897

960

881

842

990

780

1 229
1,105
71 638
3,159
1 038
1 294

1 101
1 075
69 216
3 695
1 000
1 271

1 057
71 507
3 088
1 127
1 793

1 095
1 058
79 529
3 229
1 101
1 445

1 147
2 237
74 040
3 290
1 189
1 707

1 306
1 096
75 500
3,531
1 277
1 909

1 281
1,243
81 184
3,215
1 766
2 091

56

Asia
....
China
Mainland . .
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Middle-East oil-exporting
countries1^
Other

57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

18,473
17 062
17,651
17 573
278,924 274,772 269,831 278,447
6,592
6,447
7 520
8 122
91 035 82 587 84 980 90 437
2,505
2,339
2,277
2,398
5 375
5 463
5 600
5 066
117,814 122,533 114,358 117,083
2 791
3,026
2 730
2,728
4 486
4 251
4 155
4 357

10

10

10

10

15

10

9

10

14

10

15

10

1 382
1 257

1 419
1 280

1 438
1 295

1 394
1 297

1 305
1 259

1 371
1 277

1 432
1 320

1 393
1 299

1 381
1 313

I 359
1 296

1 343
1 109

1 391
1 312

1,614
26 345
1 1 ,724

695

844

906

1 164
1,228
75 731
2,446
1 021
1 378

1 167
1,377
77 803
2,494
1 055
1 620

1 592
I 178
83 561
2,824
1 024
1 154

73 271
3,087
1 034
1 174

1 700
27 112
12,440
1 015
1 315
1 120
71 014
3,263
1 052
1 177

12 474
12,317

12 421
13,956

12 079
12,714

12 152
13,424

13 552
13 905

13 665
14,663

12 418
14 338

12 572
14 325

13 070
15 074

13 498
17,366

13 624
17,548

13 370
17,491

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries 14
Other

3,716

3,818

3,742

3,702

3 828

3,931

3 647

3 293

3 561

3,507

3,773

3,824

822
70
215
75

760
61
228
77

7?9
83
258
73

707
68
327
92

754
68
191
98

745
68
234
92

555
73
204
87

578
97
249
81

581
72
222
71

637
76
294
60

686
78
206
86

1,025
1 498

1,122
1 514

1,063
1 552

1,019
1 540

881
1 754

1,102
1 718

944
1 565

900
1 475

1,038
1 518

1,048
1 513

1,120
1 586

1,121
1 648

Other countries
Australia
All other . . . .

6,299
5,502

6,864
6,053

6,304
5,506

6,251
5,488

6 545
5 718

6,091
5,218

7 493
6 742

7,252
6,540

8,696
8,072

763

827

873

7 334
6 648

4,037
2 584
981
472

3,470
2 510
564
395

3,912
3 124
613
175

67 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
International
Latin American regional
Other regional 16

68
69
70

86




774
91
253
74

797
2,742
1 763
747
232

810

799

3,312
2 156
741
414

3,823
2 597
1,004
223

984

971

686

750

4,289
2 931
961
397

4,418
3 084
690
644

9,919
9,141

4,564
1,867

712

624

111

697

4,402
2 847
1,201
353

5,833
4 515
919
400

5,840
4 704
586
551

4,894
3,947
684
263

52. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States,
1989-901—Continued
B. By area and country—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

705,404

696,414

695,338

699,530

707,432

702,234

2 Foreign countries
3
Europe
4
Austria
5
Belgium-Luxembourg
6
Denmark
7
Finland
8
France
9
Germany
10
Greece
11
Italy
12
Netherlands
13
Norway
14
Portugal
15
Spain
16
Sweden
17
Switzerland
18
Turkey
19
United Kingdom
20
Yugoslavia
21
Other Western Europe"
22
U.S.S.R
23
Other Eastern Europe12 . .

700,735
231 267
1,422
11 395
1,240

692,651
224 953
1,609
11 744
1,244

690
225
1
12
1

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
29
40
41
42
43

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean . . . .
Argentina
Bahamas
...
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
Guatemala
Jamaica
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other

19,248
300,218
7,381
95 934
2,539
6,700
131,027
3,052
4 436

31

10

9

9

10

10

1 232
1,338
204
14,822
6,192
4,544
1,927
2,419
9,886
6,555

1 325
1,362
217
15,849
6,470
4,744
1,975
2 397
9,675
6,531

1 337
1,403
245
16,209
6,412
4,766
1,836
2,513
9,930
6,446

1 334
1,451
224
16,049
6,460
4,750
1,703
2,575
9,688
6,659

1,367
1,473
215
15,841
6,806
4,541
1,532
2,560
9,730
6,614

1,368
1,473
224
16,481
6,628
4,548
1,473
2,529
10,304
6,673

44

141,800

132,316

133,109

130,856

129,140

126,192

134,085

1 844
15,445
12 277
1,013
1,560
1 311
65,584
2,120
1,193
1 595

1,784
15,178
12,896
1,148
1,192
1,227
62,129
2,049
1,196
1,973

1,871
11,010
12,369

1,890
12,602
13,316

966

909

1,532
1,202
62,404
2,101
1,334
2,125

56

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
.
Israel
Japan
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Middle-East oil-exporting
countries'^
Other

57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

July

Aug.

710,516

729,132

|

Sept.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec.

742,916

752,916

1990
1 Total . . . .

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

684
22,986
7 669
1,103
13,051
7,733
1,256
2,392
5,424
2,193
33 289
1,048
102,296
1,349
13,383
229
1,127

1 684
19,199
11,854

614
21,843
8 831
1,035
1 1 ,967
8,227
997
2 296
4,280
1,458
32 962
886
99,747
1,402
12,168
376
1 266
21,331
304,747
7,497
95 048
2,239
7,150
134,505
3,143
4 611

1 472
17,943
1 1 , 1 50

390 693 753
218 229 692
493
1 549
352
10 162
2 244
760

702,879 696,409
236 449 234 236
1,372
1,531
9 540
10 078
2,150
2,409

431

464

314

21,900
7 509

24 263
8 798

23,104
8 090

906

879

12,658
9,455
2,619
2 397
4,911
1,364
33 625
1,039
96,987
1,613
10,759
141
1 299

14,043
7,732
1,454
2 369
4,230
1,679
33 244
1,459
99,397
1,599
12,289
446
1 392

16,252
8,166
1,582
2,373
4,535
1,655
35,130
1,641
104,631
1,934
1 1 ,473
158
1,489

18,538
304,992
8,037
90 721
2,308
7,306
137,745
3,261
4 510

19,485
305,821
8,236
86 954
2,807
6 746
142,354
3,418
4405

19,869
307,636
8,350
91,033
2,514
6,106
140,956
3,517
4,472

860

705 419 723 913
235 744 244 903
1 544
1,498
10 598
11 537
2 573
2 230
485
387
430
23,110
24 233
23,566
8 359
7 671
7 605
877
923
833
16,684
17,034
17,005
5,973
6,210
7,627
1,793
2,420
2,192
3 087
2 949
3,096
4,722
4,291
4,247
1,586
1,495
1,769
34 545
34 780
33 557
1,654
1,596
1,897
98,521 100,941 108,200
2,436
2,272
2,169
12,360
14,619
14,057
194
75
56
1 335
1 275
1,686

19,956
306,693
7,998
93,219
3,097
6,070
136,640
3,449
4,509

731,451 737,149

725 029 731,745 737 592 746,998
243 863 245 553 247 059 254 460
1 433
1,401
1,385
1,229
12 207
11 510
12 399
12 130
1,979
1,773
1,399
2 049
660
422
602
392
29 1 1 1 29,131
29,196
30,946
8 438
8 196
7 281
7 815
993
934
1,435
949
16,732
16,259
16,051
17,736
6,082
5,375
5,386
6,056
1,951
1,875
2,330
2,358
3 007
2,985
2,959
2,958
5,162
7,544
7,197
4,135
1,706
2,304
1,837
833
34 537
34,239
34,031
36,915
1,634
1,451
1,358
1,169
104,728 100,984 103,034 109,496
1,753
1,571
928
2,043
16,248
15,131
11,689
13,230
234
220
119
240
1,294
1,546
1 515
1,388

19,654
20,796
314,537 320,070
7,722
7,986
97 998
98,330
2,482
2,641
5,915
6,171
139,459 144,374
3,134
3,170
3 927
4,285
10
49
1,314
1,348
1,485
1,517
217
219
16,833
16,818
7,101
6,554
4,617
4,636
1,362
1,360
2,512
2,512
11,365
11,119
6,951
7,113

20,679
317,414
7,664
97,689
2,518
6,470
141,395
3,422
4,251

9

11

1,310
1,478
228
16,420
7,350
4,644
1,327
2,446
12,099
6,693

1,379
1,541
257
16,625
7,381
4,575
1,295
2,520
12,219
6,779

137,745

136,822

137,190

143,555

136,780

2,115
12,448
13,841
1 ,005
1,398
942
68,938
2,554
1,341
1,626

2,173
12,211
13,773

1,378
1,122
66,301
2,157
1,314
2,745

2,324
12,625
13,839
806
1,131
1,125
68,678
2,316
1,351
2,233

67,931
2,442
1,274
1,448

2,493
11,397
13,849
1,124
1,261
3,075
69,046
2,732
1,549
1,681

2,421
1 1 ,244
12,700
1,233
1,238
2,767
67,075
2,280
1,585
1,443

20,056
306,642
8,167
90 600
2,824
6,103
140,019
3,540
4 475

21,122
310,700
7,848
93 683
2,656
6,360
140,254
3,491
4 346
15
11
1,349
1,348
1,523
1,496
213
209
16,410
16,666
6,409
6,429
4,388
4,648
1,369
1,405
2,531
2,560
9,843
10,449
6,803
6,901

20,332
326,351
7,366
107,386
2,809
5,853
140,720
3,145
4,492

919

775

1,061
1 039
70,225
2,619
1,158
2 381

1,174
65,186
2,563
1,270
2 524

1 578
15,584
11 615
1,033
1,545
1 497
66,435
2,331
1,221
1 930

13 330
16 330

12 621
14 743

12 452
15 889

11 626
15 287

13,050
15 318

13 008
16 270

14 027
16 323

14 928
16 389

14 046
16 567

16,412
16,389

17,437
17,912

15,829
16,965

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries 14
Other

3,628
640

3,780
722

3,645
601

3,724
595

3,779
646

3,651
592

3,413
583

4,390
996

4,630
1,425

86

95

80

111

86

81

95

87

90

104

262
77
1,110
1,513

279
74
1,048
1,564

237
70
936
1,775

243
66
1,016
1,722

319
41
890
1,728

241
38
873
1,584

4,153
970
93
394
44
966
1 ,687

4,225
1,099

258
82
993
1,570

4,640
1 ,505
77
333
43
1,072
1 ,609

235
45
1,050
1,708

283
55
1,288
1,678

228
53
1,110
1,710

Other countries
Australia
All other

4,574
3,891
683

5,524
4,798
726

4,887
3,994
893

4,176
3,469
707

6,005
5,250
755

5,680
5,052
628

5,480
4,892
588

4,803
4,122
681

4,858
4,127
732

5,053
4,371
682

4,495
3,804
691

4,445
3,807
637

4,669
3 597
857
214

3,764
2 763
655
345

4,948
3 686
949
313

5,777
4 197
1,123
457

4,553
3,389
912
253

5,825
4,687
923
215

5,096
3,964
812
319

5,219
4 080
569
571

6,422
5 198
668
556

5,404
4,289
627
487

5,324
4,203
809
312

5,918
4,390
1,048
479

67 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
68
International
69
Latin American regional
70
Other regional16




894

953
1,262

921

87

53. Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States,
1989-901
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

1 Nov.

Dec.

19 89

1 Total

483,498 495,058 506,065 496,472 492,784 492,346 482,805 490,663 501,767 516,875 535,565 534,492

2 Foreign countries

480,919 493,152 504,026 494,637 488,846 488,869 478,602 487,157 498,543 513,511 532,217 530,630
107 880 114 134 116 765 111 338 113 242 112 355 106 601 107 540 112 205 113 427 112 095 119,025
415
644
542
804
804
800
759
849
475
575
559
544
6,478
7,497
6,606
8,296
7,832
8,043
8,438
7,546
7,715
7,773
7,498
7,391
582
774
413
554
776
476
562
557
793
808
513
609
1,027
1 114
909
1 214
1 280
1 233
911
1 395
1 707
1 129
1 175
1 401
13,342 14,950 15,754 16,539 16 108 15,575 16 008 16415 16 249 16,391
16,058 16,146
2,865
1,717
2,404
3,371
2,657
3,695
3,537
3,965
3,316
3,116
3,461
3,466
561
595
602
684
702
788
517
632
624
448
586
668
6 662
5 535
5 872
5 581
6 707
4817
5639
5 394
5 472
5718
5 893
5 938
2,734
3 184
1,904
2,467
2506
2 800
1 944
1,886
2259
2,019
1 441
1 991
472
432
796
644
647
635
609
601
667
551
567
665
376
234
271
236
227
291
283
252
258
275
328
264
1,684
1,930
2,467
2,190
2,625
2,209
1 73H
1,733
1,840
2,498
2,449
2,093
2,622
2,164
2 158
2,087
2 555
1,773
2 613
1,946
2046
2 619
2 003
2 286
6,141
3,822
4,523
4,942
3,780
5,485
4,540
3,975
4479
3,510
4,123
5,019
914
1,031
936
914
1,071
1,138
1 059
1 043
1 066
1 181
1 066
988
58,194 62,678 63,086 56,223 58,355 57,100 53,711 55 027 58,268 59,912 59,985 65,527
1 462
1,376
1 373
1 413
1 345
1,329
1,355
1 366
1 380
1 288
1 378
1 353
1,302
1,275
1,262
1,415
966
974
1,312
1,504
1,253
1,550
1,161
1,247
1,384
1 281
1 293
1,388
1 150
1 222
1,448
1 075
1,179
1,207
1 474
1 569
921
828
838
775
819
819
794
883
838
780
810
799

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Europe
Austria .
Belgium-Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece .
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
..
Spain
Sweden .
Switzerland
Turkey .
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia
Other Western Europe2
U.S S.R.
....
Other Eastern Europe3

24

Canada

25
26
27'
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Latin America and Caribbean
Argentina .
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Chile . .
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
Guatemala
Jamaica
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other . .

212,068 212,451 222,356 220,,947 219,371 220,796 218,317 217,147 221,525 221,486 232,696 230,438
9,270
1 1 ,904 11,822
11,636
11,536 11 400 10,860 10 724 10 749 10482 10,464
10,294
68 785 69 579 72 813 75 183 70 513 66 531 70407 68 066 70 851 71 308 77 805 77 921
1,315
535
804
841
475
707
361
449
463
1 104
391
522
26011 25 544 25 789 26 1 1 8 25 957 25 795 25 944 25 717 25 330 25 210 24 565 23 749
51,746 52,014 58,675 55,411 58,930 65,951 60254 62 167 64 455 63,901 69,559 68,749
5 347
5 236
5 278
4614
4485
4 353
5 168
5,172
4 875
4 804
4 815
4 720
2,784
2,813
2,867
2,746
2,800
2,784
2,583
2,661
2,600
2 504
2,525
2,477
1
1
1
1
9
I
1
I
1
2
1
2026
2 048
2032
1 895
2 025
1 944
1 688
1 933
1 905
1 865
1 858
1 918
185
199
197
188
201
210
207
189
196
188
190
203
202
251
214
266
265
297
286
272
270
282
270
260
24,706 24,648 24,451 24,339 24 298 23,917 23 582 23 384 23 051 22 995 23 485 23,376
1,144
1,005
1,005
1,215
998
1,227
1,921
1,247
1,090
1,201
1,099
1,175
2,522
2,495
2,418
2,453
2,445
2 320
1 837
1 792
1,740
2,422
2031
1 832
952
1,011
947
771
947
938
862
849
836
867
823
870
856
880
876
832
929
875
854
903
915
896
866
899
10,758 10,969 10,771
10,669 10 610 10,580 10 280 10035 10 103 10 311
9 652
10 140
1 965
i 7g7
1 490
1 674
1 572
1 683
1 691
1 503
I 726
1 665
1 838
1 936

44

135,659 139,743 137 221

56

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan . ,
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
, Middle East oil-exporting
countries'1
Other
'

57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

16 734

18 080

19 052

991
832
881
3 992
4 213
3 972
7,933
8,733
7,895
645
628
563
669
735
649
1,043
1,097
1,050
98 875 104 629 101 593
4,965
4,885
5,192
1,847
1 913
1,900
922
862
976

19 154

16 076

134 691 131 741

16 237

14 496

15 082

14 815

1 30 792 130 665 137 882 140 124

816
3 982
8,288
426
726
1 053
97 888
5,207
1 839
1 008

952
3 743
8,850
412
690
1 047
93 585
5 347
1 810
965

920
4 084
8,562
538
671
1 021
91 265
5,627
1 763
1 047

644
3 986
8,166
479
645
964
92 037
5 796
1 607
1 050

576
3 380
8,812
550
614
911
96 256
6027
1 543
1 106

13 824

153 870

15516

15 451

159 247 1 57 474

634
594
610
616
3 362
2 862
2 702
2 776
10,384 10,081
10,465 11,128
621
638
617
637
651
615
685
655
1 185
758
813
859
97 031 110 481 114 928 111 300
5 323
5 739
5 866
5 712
1 344
1 551
) 498
1 619
1 140
1 048
1 064
1 193

5,371
7,792

4,681
7,515

5,409
6,776

5,241
8,217

5,522
8,818

6,550
8,745

5 550
9,741

8 887
9 221

8 593
9,502

8 361
10,669

8 675
11,387

10,149
11,594

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire . .
Oil-exporting countries5
Other

5 924
495
524
1 688
16
1 534
1 666

6 072
567
532
1,718
16
1 522
1 718

5 974
543
541
1 702
17
1 481
1 690

6 086
541
532
1 742
19
1 474
1 778

6 083
541
538
1 753
19
1 504
1 728

6 075
534
531
1 746
17
1 503
1 744

6 066
577
518
1 702
17
1 587
1 664

6 032
494
535
1 713
16
1 608
1 666

6 032
501
524
1 709
20
1 629
1 649

5 774
475
538
1 679
15
1 554
1 512

5 914
471
547
1 686
16
1 641
1 553

5 890
502
559
1 628
16
1 648
1 537

Other countries
Australia
All other

2 653
1 714
939

2,672
1,689
983

2 658
1 689
969

2 421
1 508
914

2 333
1 170
1 163

2 614
1 307
1,307

2 458
1 518
940

3 475
2 500
975

3 842
3 077
765

5 1 29
4 301
828

6 750
6 174
576

2 354
1 t$l
573

2 579

1,905

2 039

1 835

3 938

3 477

4 203

3 506

3 224

3 364

3 348

3 862

.. .

67 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations6 . . . .
. .

88



53. Banks9 own claims on foreigners,, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States,
1989-901—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

19 90

1 Total

511,072 498,308 487,056 487,940 487,901 488,246 487,233 494,064 492,303 494,962 504,283 510,078

2 Foreign countries

506,578 494,232 483,102 483,546 483,188 483,693 482,952 490,221 486,955 490,589 499,132 505,285
105 155 103,535 103,854 104 657 103,158 101 819 101 913 105 845 104 816 103 235 106 782 1 1 3 043
415
500
592
337
429
247
658
399
369
362
287
268
6,361
6 315
5 621
5 458
7,063
6,760
6744
6682
5 629
5 147
6,668
6 441
635
1 014
664
618
760
585
497
498
489
842
659
676
931
1,224
1,153
1,025
1,020
957
1,047
1,218
1 097
1,162
799
846
14 722 13 664 14 210 14 340
13 687 13 320 14466
15 632 16,280
15 529 15 960 16,127
2,783
2,847
3,343
2,762
3,030
2 572
3 172
3,564
1,920
2,476
3,333
2,856
735
664
514
727
773
597
111
622
529
684
610
718
4,954
5,021
5,200
4,668
4,510
5007
4,830
4,140
4,536
6,036
4,413
5,098
2,142
2 027
2,041
1,751
1,562
1,968
1 744
1 636
2 219
1 726
1,864
I 658
600
111
745
749
782
672
761
692
721
737
666
918
292
408
543
444
309
273
381
543
407
289
427
368
2,183
2 009
2,668
1,971
1,838
2 047
2 017
2 229
2 285
2,494
2 726
1 665
2 711
2 236
2 206
2 614
2 332
2 093
2 158
3 362
3 407
2 607
2 281
2 718
4 172
4,740
4,986
4,756
5,149
3 355
4,200
4,638
4,929
3,597
3,855
3,928
1 125
1 234
1,405
1,091
1,140
1 189
1 434
1 371
1,346
1 089
1 122
1 377
54 556 52 215 53 040 55 507 52 253 53 470 54 844 58 460 57 668 58 232 59 908 65 147
1,142
1 243
1,157
1 121
1,095
1,158
1,128
1 070
1,029
1 226
1,160
1 120
597
677
1,128
1,183
960
801
700
1,266
776
945
699
629
1,322
565
624
825
653
1,192
1,356
1,322
754
940
530
945
864
834
499
835
760
725
474
459
780
697
640
897

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Europe .
Austria
Belgium-Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland . .
France
....
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Spain
...
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
... .
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia
Other Western Europe2
U.S.S.R. .
Other Eastern Europe3 . . .

24

Canada

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Latin America and Caribbean
Argentina
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
Guatemala
Jamaica
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other

224,136 220,244 210,440 200,333 205,473 208,281 199,822 203,986 211,699 217,128 228,445 230,196
8 243
7 654
6,928
8,772
7,743
7 219
7 164
7 081
7,077
12 171
8079
7 603
70041 71 828 69031 63 877 70 444 66 870 66 977 67 870 71 534 71 934 71 048 76,490
4,006
774
3,662
4,291
485
425
443
1,830
3,736
401
1 988
2,443
23 498 23,203 21 880 21 844 21,788 20 683 20 180 18 906 18 652 18 626 18,393 17,994
70,912 70,046 72,439 67,715 67,573 74,629 66,474 71,098 73,633 78,108 86,354 87,429
3,271
3,372
3,373
4 212
4,079
3 714
3,453
3,264
4,208
3,630
3 489
3,430
2,585
2,624
2,542
2,544
2,531
2,720
2,649
2,597
2,563
2,610
2,700
2,530
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
1,387
1,487
1,536
1 527
1,485
1,570
1,503
1 515
1,507
1,499
1 588
1,498
191
211
152
208
207
188
215
200
206
196
207
213
238
274
262
262
265
284
265
260
258
254
260
243
15 124 15,144 14,845
22 022 21 370 14 237 14 692 14,149 14 251 14 689 14 749 15 131
1,692
1,722
1,817
7,998
1,726
1,630
1,873
1,632
3,310
7,386
1,764
1,759
1,471
1,463
1,449
1,722
1,733
1,598
1 491
1,556
1,688
1,643
1,491
1 748
649
663
752
679
644
667
730
750
733
721
683
661
786
794
787
842
804
935
876
843
834
932
926
886
2,569
8 531
8,128
8,956
8,243
8 056
7,637
7093
6,565
9 299
8 408
7 259
1,344
1,392
1,400
1,774
1,410
1,533
1,706
1,706
1,366
1,427
1,687
1,818

44

152,298

56

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting
countries4
Other

57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

16 691

16,703

144,947

15 003

15 134

16,290

145,570 155,267 149,939

517
620
599
674
619
1,824
2 157
2,016
1,938
1 885
9,563
7 696
7 418
8 965
6 605
721
892
579
625
588
604
611
599
641
560
774
738
761
746
765
112,996 107,995 108,218 117,278 108,015
5,042
4,902
5,186
5 190
5 Oil
1,351
1,204
1,221
1,163
1 297
992
1,052
1,202
1 17?
1 073

16 384

148,883

16 291

157,562

15,321

15 420

157,566 147,189

16 165

146,615

14,284

16,080

142,191 138,628

542
554
586
639
537
1,997
1,061
1,920
1,681
1 559
9 271
9 434
9,473
8478
9 026
852
524
802
864
628
814
896
801
826
836
111
738
785
688
698
107,462 114,221 114,641 106,153 106,169
5 515
5,533
5,130
5,693
5,614
1,342
1,357
1,333
1,206
1,369
1 242
1,444
1,279
1,279
1,245

689
1,586
8,506
540
923
758
99,693
5,511
1,175
1,523

620
1,934
10,644
655
933
774
90,679
5,712
1,247
1,573

8,849
10 290

9,475
9,035

8,929
9,066

8,376
8,891

9,577
10,674

10,876
8,668

12,318
8,971

10,657
9,734

10,430
8,663

11,098
8,880

10,947
10,339

10,749
13,107

Africa
Eevot
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries5
Other
.

5 940
470
575
1,619
16
1,673
1,588

5,973
493
588
1,629
17
1,755
1,491

5 990
474
581
1,648
25
1,755
1,507

5 959
491
596
1,633
19
1,711
1,509

5,918
488
587
1,639
20
1,670
1,515

5,792
469
565
1,573
21
1,654
1,511

5 572
421
544
1,560
20
1,610
1,418

5,567
449
539
1,571
19
1,586
1,403

5,544
430
542
1,594
20
1,534
1,424

5,601
411
534
1,576
19
1,510
1,551

5,705
383
519
1,726
19
1,492
1,566

5,445
380
513
1,525
16
1,486
1,525

Other countries
Australia
All other

2 356
1,725
631

2,829
1,929
900

2,244
1,552
692

2,195
1,551
644

2,410
1,532
878

2,535
1,657
878

1,793
1,337
456

1,938
1,304
634

2,287
1,863
424

1,845
1,416
429

1,726
1,366
360

1,893
1,413
479

4 494

4,076

3,955

4 394

4,712

4,552

4 281

3,843

5,347

4,373

5,151

4,793

67 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations6




89

54. Banks' own and domestic customers' claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States 1989-901
Million of dollars, end period
Type of claim

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug. | Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

19 89

1 Total

550,171

563,997

2 Banks' own claims on foreigners
3 Foreign public borrowers
4 Own foreign offices2
5 Unaffiliated foreign banks
6
Deposits
7
Other
8 All other foreigners

593,087

564,873

483,498 495,058 506,065 496,472 492,784 492,346 482,805 490,663 501,767 516,875
65 356 64 639 64,241 64 722 65 632 64 37 1 64,449 64 324 61 050 64,771
257 880 264 339 273 138 260 803 258 266 259 308 249 847 253 341 266 991 277 452
118,830 123,812 129,881 130532 130210 128,027 128,666 132,109 131,051 130,936
58 631 62 384 67 135 69 968 67 791 68 573 69050 72 809 72 532 72 013
60,199 61,428 62,745 60,564 62,419 59,454 59,616 59,301 58,521 58.923
41 432 42 268 38 805 40 415 38 675 40 640 39,843 40 889 40 673 43 714

9 Claims of banks' domestic customers3
10 Deposits
1 1 Negotiable and readily transferable
instruments 4
12 Outstanding collections and other claims

535,565 534,492
63 515 60,511
296 444 296 0 1 1
134 074 114,885
75 876 78 185
58,197 56,700
41 532 43 085

57,931
12,214

49,498

63,106
14,740

58,594
13,019

28 051
16,362

31 756
16,610

30 983
14,592

18 279

47,805

57,826
13,412

29 582
16,136

MEMO
13 Customer liability on acceptances
14 Dollar deposits in banks abroad, reported by
nonbanking business enterprises in the
United States5

. ..

17 717

13 751

12 899

48,152

49 279

50 487

47,649

49,271

50 232

47,358

. ..

47 415

558,103

45,908

45,509

19 90

1 Total

550,253

540,379
1

2 Banks own claims on foreigners
3 Foreign public borrowers
4 Own foreign offices2
5 Unaffiliated foreign banks
6
Deposits
7
Other
8 All other foreigners

511,072 498,308 487,056 487,940 487,901 488,246 487,233 494,064 492,303 494,962 504,283 510,078
59,853 57,773 52,266 51,854 51,225 49,477 48,029 46,934 48,247 46,605 46,695 41,797
289 997 284,118 274,986 ?74 436 275 251 280,113 275,401 274 141 278,980 281,534 291 048 301,054
122,177 118,483 121,877 124,073 124,697 120,553 127,123 136,605 124,107 124,378 120,851 117,799
70,702 67,179 70, 1 8 1 72 349 72 418 68,150 72,466 79,300 71,376 71,175 67 265 65,211
51 475 51 304 51 696 51 725 52 279 52 403 54 657 57305 52731 53 203 51 58^ 52 588
39,045 37,934 37,927 37,576 36,728 38,103 36,680 36,384 40,970 42,445 45,689 47,428

9 'Claims of banks' domestic customers 3
10 Deposits
1 1 Negotiable and readily transferable
instruments 4
12 Outstanding collections and other claims . . . .

53 323
18,770

90




46 240

65 801
17,259

66 7 1 2
14,375

28 638
10,618

37 853
10,688

42 010
10,308

13,582

44 778

62 007
22,751

23 958
10,594

MEMO
13 Customer liability on acceptances . . .
14 Dollar deposits in banks abroad, reported by
nonbanking business enterprises in the
United States5

576,790

12,909

12,860

H 659

43 173

40 475

42 650

41 024

42 483

45 187

43 823

44 646

49 026

43 64^

55. Banks9 own claims on unatflliated foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States, 1989-901
Millions of dollars, end of period
Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

19 89

1990

232 307

By borrower
Maturity of one year or less2
Foreign public borrowers
All other foreigners
Maturity over one year2 . .
Foreign public borrowers
All other foreigners . . . .

By area
Maturity of one year or less2
8
Europe
9
Canada
10 Latin America and Caribbean .
1 1 Asia
12 Africa
13 All other3
Maturity of over one year 2
14 Europe
15
Canada . .
16 Latin America and Caribbean
17
Asia
18 Africa
19 All other3

232,252

234 358

238 123

211 002

207 906

213 258

206 995

168
24
144
63
39
24

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

Dec.

Sept.

167
24
143
64
39
25

170
24
146
63
38
25

178
23
154
59
36
23

346
916
430
776
014
762

158
22
136
52
29
23

371
176
195
630
352
278

158
20
137
49
28
21

1 66
21
144
47
26
20

165
19
146
41
22
18

782
615
167
525
033
492

889
338
551
364
247
117

936
373
563
422
337
085

603
877
726
303
132
171

040
670
369
218
354
864

732
283
450
263
393
870

57 841
5119
53 270
45 799
3 610
3 143

58 385
5 694
50 478
45 597
3 601
4 134

54 514
6 237
52 222
50 437
3 514
4 Oil

53 913
5 910
53 003
57 755
3 225
4 541

48
5
46
50
3
4

199
624
399
384
228
536

48 997
5 624
44 312
51 043
2 994
5 633

51 125
5 499
44 010
56 123
2 954
6 330

49 169
5 439
49 674
53 138
3 040
5 273

4
2
50
3
2

4 558
2 592
50 535
3 803
2 404
472

4 661
2 459
49 044
4 203
2 471

4
2
45
4
2

121
353
816
172
630

4 379
2 712
35 541
6 726
2 707

4 201
2 819
33 209
5 864
2 744

4
3
31
5
2

3
3
25
5
2

684

565

465

510
309
262
676
288
480

584

424
033
284
664
546

266

869
291
964
204
374

561

56. Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies, reported by banks
in the United States, 1989-90l
Millions of dollars, end of period

Mar.

June

76 696
73 050
26,034
47,017
376

69 239
62 234
23,868
38,367
998

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

73 782
70 328
22,962
47,366
3 044

67 835
65 127
20,491
44,636
3 507

63 277
61 082
23 277
37,805
1 649

68 650
66 780
22 210
44,569
2 612

1989
1 Banks' own liabilities
2 Banks' own claims
3
Deposits
4
Other claims
5 Claims of banks 1 domestic customers2

Sept.

Dec.

71 028
68 675
27,206
41,470
2 843

70 276
66 558
29,651
36,907
10 594

19 90

57. Foreign official assets held at Federal Reserve Banks, 19901
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Assets
I Deposits
Assets held in custody
2 U S Treasury securities 2
3 Earmarked gold:'




..

Feb.

251

309

225,618
13,458

221,798
13,458

Mar.

300

Apr.

402

250,447 252,759
13,456
13,458

May
309

June

368

253,691 255,651
13,433
13,460

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

264

369

256,585 261,051 261.321 266,749 272,399
13,389
13,412
13,419
13,415
13,422

278,499
13,387

279

337

360

297

91

58. Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign transactions during period, 1989-901
Millions of dollars, net purchases or sales (-)
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1989
1 Estimated total2

54,203

2 Foreign countries2
3 Europe2
4
Belgium-Luxembourg
. ..
5
Germany 2
6
Netherlands
....
7
Sweden
8
Switzerland 2
9
United Kingdom
10
Other Western Europe
11
Estern Europe
12 Canada
13 Latin America and Caribbean
14
Venezuela
15
Other Latin America and
Caribbean
16
Netherlands Antilles
1 7 Asia . .
18
Japan
.
..
19 Africa
20 All other
21 Nonmonetary international and regional
organisations
22
International
, .,
23 Latin America regional
MEMO
24 Foreign countries25 Official institutions
26 Other foreign 2
27
28

Oil-exporting countries
Middle East3
Africa 4

2,846

8,996

52 301
36 286
1 048
7,904
-1 141
693
1 098
20 198
6 508
-21
698
464
311

2,064
2 117
9
938
268
-115
212
-358
1,163
0
54
-104
-37

10,121
3 771
124
-31
135
297
438
1 532
1,277
0
17
525

= 322
475
13,297
1 681
116
1 439

-163
96
674
158
-1
-676

1,902
1 473
231

8,645

7,335 -5,304 -1,312 22,028

-13

8,294
242
2 143 - 1 811
-23
-85
-181 -692
242 -643
-508
398
1,767
440
-1 297
1 209
74
-163
0
-5
-55
110
108 -150
-53
-18

5,810 -5,423
4 878 -1 607
12
87
-182 -1,106
-638 -679
647
-69
381
-83
-426
4 253
1,514
-429
-5
-6
157 -465
683
-223
1
0

248
276
6,172
2,720
15
-380

127
34
5,661
1 864
_2
439

-249
117
1 7)2
2 601
32
349

26
127
198
-121
656
665 -617
-101
1,687 -5,432 -5,058 7 340
1 602 -7 633 -5 476 3 227
66
-5
-48
-3
1 332 -478
-602
-687

782 -1,124
111 - 1 ,072
o -10

350
424

-255
-252
-21

1,525
1 340
70

119
-253
191

-755
22 458
4 367 15 076
82
414
2,622 2,488
100
I 304
110
238
-361
-748
1 034 9 765
786
1 614
-5
0
-445
991
862 -299
71
120

-557
-546
3

2 064
2 019
44

10 121
4,299
5 822

8 294
6 549
1 745

242 5 810 -5 423 -755 22 458
-842 - 1 069 461 2 907 9 918
1 084 6 879 -5 884 -3 663 12 540

8,148
-1

135
0

3,560
0

2,600

-478

o

o

-300

o

669
0

-2,507

8,154

5,699
2 492
215
510
302
-50
374
339
802
0
-398
142
29

-3,761
-2,123
88
163
-1,200
140
-187
-929
-199
0
192
- 1 ,568
72

8,350
4 203
210
1,640
54
-232
-780
3 793
-481
0
375
1,372
163

718
= 798
2,779
-85
1,735
= 386
-163
= 355
1,285
749
0
164
= 884
-36

576 -608
-387
-96
500 -1 545 634 = 240
1,74! -3,452
2,766 -514
949 1 176 -1,818
2 312
0
9
13
39
649
697
240
555

-431 -1,082
-576 -719
75 -228

52 301
26 840
25 461

. ...

4,617

1,254
1,158
160

-196
-143
0

1,516
1,335
0

5 699 -3 761 8 350 -798
1,112
778 -979 1,686
4 921 -2 782 6 664 - 1 911

435
0

3 681
0

695 -2,183
o
0

5,438

4,243

1,358 -1,258

-26
—1

640
0

1990
1 Estimated total

2

19,687

2 Foreign countries 2
3 Europe2
4
Belgium-Luxembourg
5
Germany 2
6
Netherlands
7
Sweden
8
Switzerland 2
9
United Kingdom
10
Other Western Europe
11
Eastern Europe
..
12 Canada
13 Latin America and Caribbean .
14
Venezuela
..
15
Other Latin America and
Caribbean
16
Netherlands Antilles
17 Asia
18
Japan
1 9 Africa
20 All other
21 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations
22 International
23 Latin America regional
MEMO
24 Foreign countries 2
25 Official institutions
26 Other foreign 2
27
28

Oil-exporting countries
Middle4 East3
Africa

92




..

1 9524
19 065
10
5 829
1 077
1 152
112
-1,338
12,202
13
-4,614
14 980
33

786

1 058 1 312 -8 283
1 745 -2 5?2
894
144 -316
-261
- 187 1,600 -475
-330 -1 360 -411
-20
39
159
-284
-4 -249
27
1,615 -4 '52
1,543
51 -714
o
0
o
-579 -2,156 - 1 ,383
-375
211
801
-107
-48
38

4,190
220
10,757 -488
- 1 1 062
836
- 14 895 1 226
9
313
842
273
163
287
-2

971 -8,479

-212
-360
38

3,380 -2,983
4 365
6 154
456
659
762
264
422
2 228
1,355
6
109
2 201
-49

136
32
383
123
381
2218
2,148 -4 786 -3 801
767 -5 3S2 - 6 1 1 1
-43
13
-4
-650 -3M
-294

-341
-286

- 196
-92
-26

-986
-523
74

4,268

-3 343 3 798
-3 723 3 504
212
112
305 -1 059
325
-263
-254
-34
-189
-19
-3 492 2,807
1,212
57
0
o
-1 752
366
192
568
71
47

916
-1

970

o

1020

o

747

o

5,554
5 557
4,258
•105
571
625
721
200
240
2,006

o

155
830

294 -986
1080
428
341
709 1,073
481
401
876
1024 -747
4086
3290
-220 -188
= 72
2059 -1 106- 1 774 3 308 -1 751 -5 193 -930
144 2 376 -2 092 -4 060 -1 151 -2 407
2 234 -467
g
-4
-1
52
57
-8
151
83
543
414
389
-25
240
-110
696 -281
360
348
25

469
626
-109

J9 524 1 058 1,312 -8 283 4 365 -3 343 3 798
23 169
366 - 1 545 738 5 066 -2 371
-3
931
-3 645
692 2 857 -4 545 -700 -972 2 868

-387
0

6,410

5 247 3 482 1 558 -1 227 5 999
3 683 -2 618 5 110
236 2 344
= 99
185 -395
82
-64
-2
633
1 412
522 1 849
196
1 278
956 -454 -249
276
-33
138 -266
163
-6
548
619
-799 -128
1 072 -3 773 1,656 -1,740 - 1 ,527
1,444
2,893 -758
1,043 2,069
11
o
0
—5
0
I 419
1 178 -866 -617 -468
1 948 1 318 -1 782 4 565 4 502
-1
o -50
132
-2

- 163

o

191
8
25

-200
— 23
-75

-31
— 116
— 59

411
260

o

=4
- 119
92

5 247 3 482 1 558 -1 227 5 999 5,557
759 6 542 3 807
1 200 5 046 7 106
4 487 -3 060-2 249 — 2 427
953 — 1 549

— 460 -2 180

o

761
564
25

o

— 366

o

241 -1247
0
o

-878

o

1 014

o

59. Foreign transactions in securities, 1989-90
Millions of dollars
Year | Jan. | Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Oct. [ Nov.

July | Aug. Sept.

Dec.

Transactions, and area or country

1989
U.S. corporate securities
STOCKS
1 Foreign purchases . .
2 Foreign sales
3 Net purchases, or sales (—•)
4 Foreign countries
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Europe
France ,
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean . .
Middle East1
Other Asia .
Japan
Africa
Other countries

1 8 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

214,061 11,963
204,114 11,893

18,486 15,881
18,536 15,488

14,138 17,928
14,278 16,868

24,430 17,197 22,128 20,119 22,364 13,833
20,671 15,415 20,959 17,193 20,993 14,951

15,595
16,870

9,946

70

»50

393

-139

1,060

3,759

1,783

1,169

2,926

1,371 -1,118 -1,275

10,180

103

-86

525

-133

1,061

3,778

1,798

1,154

2,977

1,348 -1,117 -1,228

-100 -122
38
159
30
60
127
-61
-346 -1,182
71
801
331 -366
563
575
-97
268
-642 -547
-603 -490
29
3
19
104

93
70
59
37
97
= 104
133
633
220
-540
-461
5
-19

186
169
18
-119
-141
284
-64
116
-345
-28
-16
10
-8

-296
-123
-215
-71
-293
496
-75
387
207
785
763
-1
54

454
-15
-122
130
-113
326
170
195
1,675
1,211
1,226
16
56

535
67
= 79
-141
= 24
510
-22
106
456
749
646
2
= 27

-94
-251
-238
-57
-336
773
10
250
554
423
425
22
-11

1,863
-5
-65
44
255
894
-265
570
110
629
608
24
47

-102 -1,655
-265
=296
-117
-119
234
= 34
-244
-509
-34 -718
-137
-138
149
-24
112
303
1,138
342
975
310
-6
19
193
37

-132

-6

-2

-18

-16

15

-52

6,144 9,609 10,451
4,859
4,808 7,022

9,749
5,340

8,355
8,905

10,873 10,051
9,324 7,567

10,945
9,362

8,604
7,020

481
-708
-830
79
-3,277
3,691
-881
3. ,042
3,531
3 ,,577
3..330
131
299

-234

-33

36

23

= 281
-255
-41
Q

-442
391
-458
-478
69
58
-53
9
-147

-1

-48

10,932 11,134
7,171 6,658

13,703
9,341

BONDS2

19 Foreign purchases
20 Foreign sales

120,550
87,376

21 Net purchases, or sales ( — )

33,174

1,286 4,801

3,429

4,409

-550

1,549

2,484

1,583

1,584

3,760

4,476

4,362

22 Foreign countries

32,821

1,266 4,835

3,393

4,413

-672

1,413

2,506

1,608

1,579

3,707

4,465

4,309

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

Europe
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland . . .
....
United Kingdom
Canada
Latin America and Carribbean
Middle East1
Other Asia
Japan
Africa . . .
Other countries

19,064
372
-238
850
-511
18,123
1,116
3,686
-182
9,025
6,292
56
57

404 2,052
107
41
15
38
30
-21
130
131
154 1,748
181
129
230
651
-129
160
552 1,893
392 1,567
3
2
24
-53

2,820
-16
149
69
4
2,603
213
305
89
-47
-285
5
8

3,083
27
135
51
66
2,259
116
219
8
951
570
4
33

-165
93
-169
9
-114
551
60
136
= 93
= 615
-722
0
5

2,101
6
-162
395
-110
1,851
= 188
271
-627
-59
-209
1
-86

1,966
-138
121
-35
= 53 -121
-22
96
81 -201
1,926
-9
80
77
300
63
19
44
35 1,574
-44 1,167
3
5
103
=17

1,239
78
-33
28
-27
1,150
156
233
20
-108
-179
-3
42

1,587 2,712
-41
-14
113 -117
30
143
-249
54
1,635 2,328
175
-86
247
539
140
-57
1,553 1,343
1 ,263 1 ,045
0
8
4
4

1,402
6
= 33
41
= 277
1,927
204
492
242
1,954
1,728
27
-11

36 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

353

36

-4

122

136

20

-34

-22

-24

6

53

12

52

Foreign securities
37 Stocks, net purchases, or sales (-) 3 . . . .
38 Foreign purchases
39 Foreign sales3
40 Bonds, net purchases, or sales (-) . . . .
41 Foreign purchases
42 Foreign sales

-13,120 -733 -123 = 387 -1,132 -1,203
109,792 7,430 8,719 9,538 7,241 8,067
122,912 8,163
8,843 9,925
8,373 9,270
-5,943 -390 -434 -636 -198
-97
234,320 14,994 18,739 23,527 15,572 17,323
240,263 15,384 19,173 24,164 15,770 17,420

43 Net purchases, or sales ( — ), of stocks
and bonds

-19,063 -1,123

-557 -1,023 -1,331 -1,300 -4,012 -1,885

-628 -2,172 -2,230

-124 -2,678

44 Foreign countries . .

-19,101 -1,105

-635 -1,215 -1,541 -1,501 -3,831 -2,054

-815 -1,615 -1,900

-202 -2,686

45
46
47
48
49
50

-17,721
-4,180
426
2,532
93
-251

93
-473
69
-947
6
147

-196 -1,597 -2,009 -1,418 = 4,348 -2,234
-537 -581
205 -550 -702 -697
78
161
197
-88
30
-84
880
-60
109
701
1,236
939
-9
-16
10
13
3
12
-62
89
-53 =158
-50
11

-761 -1,742 -2,733
921
-270 -202
187
313
=65
-267
328
375
-4
=3
12
-21
-421
22

159
-324
-102
-27
13
79

= 934
-970
= 269
-733
56
164

38

- 18

-330

78

8

Europe
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
Other countries

51 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations




77

192

210

201

= 2,467 -447 -1,606 -423 = 1,592
9,350 8,120 9,660 9,892 11,475
11,817 8,568 11,266 10,315 13,067
-1,545 -1,437
978 -1,749 -638
21,089 20,253 24,110 18,435 21,268
22,634 21,691 23,132 20,184 21,906

-181

169

187

-557

-601 -2,404
10,385 9,913
10,986 12,318
477 = 274
20,465 18,545
19,987 18,819

93

59. Foreign transactions in securities, 1989-90—Continued
Millions of dollars

Jan.

Year

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

20,912
22,226

8,804
11,318

11,633
15,434

12,555
13,368

13,316
14,573

Transactions, and area or country

1990
U.S. corporate securities
STOCKS
173,231
188,373

13,691
14,096

3 Net purchases, or sales ( — )

-15,142

-405

4 Foreign countries

-15,213
-8,498
-1,234
= 368
= 398
= 2,867
-2,992
892
= 1,333
= 2,435
-3,477
-2,891
= 63
-298

1 Foreign purchases
2 Foreign sales

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Europe
France . . . .
Germany
Netherlands .
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East1
Other Asia
Japan
Africa
Other countries
.

....

18 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

13,537
13,761

16,441
19,030

11,445
12,314

15,238
17,669

18,190
18,517

-224 -2,f»89

-869 -2,431

-327

1,403 -1,314 -2,515 -3,801

-812 -1,257

-374

-225 -2,635

-907 -2,488

-291

1,351

-808 -1,267

-203
-155
40
= 17
= 241
= 276
-138
-114
-27
232
167
2
-125

-138
-158
7
= 38
= 242
189
54
-184
93
-29
= 103
= 34
13

-884
-6
104
47
= 438
-638
-165
-214
-425
= 917
= 761
1
= 30

-646 -1,030
-82 -192
10
=53
-17
=21
= 218 =342
-107 =191
-214
-94
-27
111
116 -593
= 52 =902
= 91 =749
-3
0
-81
20

-571
31
-69
-81
-197
-93
92
-12
-83
256
224
=7
34

29 = 1 ,406 = 1,166 -1,415
-208 = 151
-159
-25
2
= 87
-48
-116
-31
-107
= 47
61
-252
-124
= 213
-167
= 687
301
-636 = 721
337
197
155
173
-242
-93
= 216 = 357
197 = 437
= 558
-36
1,058
-69 = 711 = 1,517
853
16 -737 = 1,135
-1
= 31
13
16
207
-185 -125
-35

71

-30

1

46

38

57

-37

52

37

-55

118,755
101,703

9,497
7,804

10,227
8,072

9,317
8,973

8,361
8,060

8,488
6,744

12,499
8,601

10,845
7,717

11,852
13,005

7,398
9,388

17,469
16,066

-1,351 -2,460 -3,759

= 582
-80
-14
21
= 169
-282
216
296
-430
-420
- 194
=5
117

487
49
= 144
= 46
= 263
149
279
-^280
= 251
= 406
= 382
= 14
= 108

-42

-5

9

8,850
7,673

11,205
7,777

10,216
7,890

BONDS 2

19 Foreign purchases
20 Foreign sales
21 Net purchases, or sales ( — )

17,052

1,693

2,154

344

301

1,744

3,899

3,129

1,176

3,429

2,326

22 Foreign countries

17,523

2,093

2,128

184

295

1,819

3,866

3,090 -1,122 -2,020

1,405

3,456

2,329

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

Europe
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland .
United Kingdom
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East1 .
Other Asia
Japan
Africa
Other countries

10,396
373
-377
172
284
10,703
1,906
4,289
76
1,104
747
96
= 344

1,200
118
-114
= 43
156
1,209
179
468
113
124
170
3
5

-79
9
-253
15
54
232
477
892
84
813
1,103
35
-93

89
6
-86
= 185
609
171
307
36
= 459
-419
=9
48

445
-58
-42
-2
72
704
353
417
=2
= 993
-1,044
50
25

444
107
-39
33
83
270
217
515
251
375
266
9
10

3,170
293
80
37
78
2,658
296
564
-101
=9
= 131
5
= 59

1,748
468
54
= 40
32
172
37
-20
371
-346
1,098
526
76
92
281
-52
28
-317
984 = 1,168
930
-855
-3
0
= 24
-146

= 925
-103
4
-72
0
= 382
-89
-223
= 46
-711
-871
8
= 34

428
-74
= 29
35
= 193
371
127
282
= 10
628
386
2
= 53

2,046
24
= 59
52
148
1,727
93
343
= 35
1,033
812
6
-30

1,361
39
= 41
110
45
1,680
= 85
495
74
486
399
_9
7

36 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

-471

-399

27

160

6

-76

32

-31

30

-229

-27

-2

-n

39

-1,153 -1,990

Foreign securities
37 Stocks, net purchases, or sales (-) 3 . . . .
38
Foreign purchases
39 Foreign sales3
40 Bonds, net purchases, or sales ( = ) . . . .
41
Foreign purchases
42
Foreign sales

= 8,952
727 = 1,019
122,600 13,024 10,523
131,552 12,296 11,542
= 22,322
563
163
314,466 18,516 20,955
336,788 17,953 20,792

43 Net purchases, or sales (-), of stocks
and bonds

-31,273

1,290

-857 -9,730 -2,643 -4,253 -4,857 -1,716

125

-100 -3,201

1,244

-6,576

44 Foreign countries

-28,600

1,177

-946 -8,129 -2,792 -4,049 -4,403 -1,746

-319

-375 -2,403

1,219

-5,834

45
46
47
48
49
50

Europe
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
Other countries

51 Nonmonetary intenational and regional
organizations

94



-7,999
-7,502
-8,959
= 3,824
= 137
-179
-2,673

= 922
= 131
11,822
8,420
11,953 9,341
-9,600 = 1,721
22,383 20,291
31,982 22,012

=2,567 = 3,008
9,850 1 1 ,066
12,417 14,074
-1,686 -1,848
25,962 25,772
27,648 27,621

1,352 -1,250 -369
-593 -1,926 = 3,690
34 -1,315 -1,810 -599
-56
-219
34
160 = 6,648 = 170
217
417
-312
110
706
-346 -1,410 -1,121
-14
9
-27
6
=1
8
-250
153 -336
203
413 -502
113

89 -1,601

150

-205

-453

-1,153
11,438
12,590
-563
23,373
23,937

= 377
1,069 -1,831
-190
450
9,253 10,060
12,362 7,520
7,263
12,552 7,070 9,630 8,991
9,094
176 -4,745
3)5 = 550 = 2,824
29,990 25,700 35,236 32,896 33,391
29,675 26,250 38,060 32,721 38,136

= 453 -1,121
-450
196
-230
-72
= 198
596
-83
-8
= 330
91
30

444

= 898
-66 = 1,001 2,017
-894 - 1 ,740 = 655
6
= 402
262
283 -2,810
712 = 1,572
= 300
-688
28
12
4
= 69
74
374
16
-=86
275

-798

25

-742

60. Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States, 1988-90
Millions of dollars, end of period

Mar.

Sept.

June

Mar.

Dec.

Sept.

June

1988

Dec.

Mar.

June

1989

Sept.

Dec.

1990

1 Total

29,800

30,146

32,614

32,952

38,472

38,414

36,544

38,017

38,076

39,092

43,885

41,788

2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign
currencies

24,020

24,844

27,365

27,335

32,665

33,326

31,683

33,211

33,705

34,595

38,744

37,406

5,780

5,302

5,249

5,617

5,806

5,088

4,861

4,805

4,371

4,496

5,140

4,382

14,139
10,145

13,934
10,274

15,314
11,700

14,507
10,608

18,744
14,648

18,427
14,551

17,141
13,289

17,690
13,830

17,134
13,841

18,715
15,336

19,616
15,766

17,538
14,306

3,994

3,660

3,614

3,900

4,096

3,875

3,852

3,860

3,292

3,380

3,850

3,232

15,661
6,454

16,212
6,760

17,299
6,455

18,445
6,505

19,727
7,094

19,987
6,501

19,403
6,906

20,327
7,626

20,942
7,471

20,376
6,968

24,268
10,081

24,251
10,007

9,207
13,875

9,452
14,570

10,844
15,665

1 1 ,940
16,727

12,633
18,017

13,486
18,774

12,497
18,394

12,701
19,381

13,471
19,864

13,409
19,260

14,188
22,978

14,243
23,100

1,786

1,642

1,635

1,717

1,711

1,213

1,009

945

1,078

1,117

1,291

1,150

9,377

9,071

10,732

9,962

13,854

12,575

11,213

11,615

1 1 ,094

11,759

11,216

9,641

251
408
553
990
691
6,301
394

282
371
544
862
638
6,201
412

339
372
690
996
707
7,459
431

289
359
699
880
1,033
6,533
388

320
224
561
874
954
10,721
616

357
257
618
835
938
9,402
626

308
242
592
855
799
8,207
575

340
258
475
944
541
8,846
601

318
271
442
900
528
8,388
343

332
171
557
932
552
8,851
297

350
470
615
945
632
7,651
301

344
638
630
973
576
5,944
215

1,452
289
0
0
1,099
15
2
2,836
2,375

1,448
250
0
0
1,154
26
0
2,928
2,331,

1,057
238
0
0
812
2
0
3,088
2,435

839
184
0
0
645
1
0
3,312
2,563

677
189
0
0
471
15
0
3,591
2,825

1,262
165
7
0
661
17
0
3,863
3,100

1,367
186
7
0
743
4
0
3,886
3,130

1,268
157
17
0
635
6
0
4,104
3,252

1,815
272
2
0
1,061
5
0
3,775
2,737

2,573
249
0
0
1,782
4
0
4,027
2,824

3,394
368
0
0
2,409
4
0
4,223
3,088

3,239
344
0
0
2,274
5
4
4,032
2,853

11
5

n
2

4
3

3
2

1
5

12
3

2
4

2
2

3
3

5
3

4
2

5
2

3
75

1
74

1
3

0
4

3
2

2
97

2
97

0
100

0
103

1
55

0
479

0
409

5,619

5,747

6,681

7,319

7,848

7,790

8,335

8,952

9,198

8,560

9,834

10,292

154
414
810
457
527
1,722
1,392

147
401
791
508
482
1 ,804
1,167

206
432
1,185
647
486
2,110
1,091

158
455
1,699
587
417
2,079
1,217

122
552
1,373
667
446
2,600
1,163

114
535
1,188
688
447
2,723
1,133

137
806
1,185
548
531
2,717
1,189

179
878
1,393
699
641
2,620
1,124

233
888
1,174
688
604
2,926
1,151

297
1,049
990
608
628
2,439
1,179

248
1,263
1,052
701
728
2,777
1,263

285
1,260
1,264
840
759
2,791
1,246

980
19
325
59
14
164
122
5,891
2,508

1,035
61
272
54
28
233
140
6,286
2,659

997
19
222
58
30
177
204
6,637
2,763

1,090
49
286
95
34
217
114
6,915
3,094

1,253
35
426
103
31
250
114
7,318
3,059

1,673
34
388
541
42
235
131
7,045
2,708

1,086
27
305
113
30
220
107
7,088
2,676

1,187
41
308
100
27
304
154
7,193
2,917

1,304
37
516
116
18
241
85
7,019
2,748

1,279
22
412
106
29
285
119
7,084
3,189

1,555
18
371
126
42
506
120
8,892
3,283

1,598
12
538
137
30
421
121
8,928
3,606

1,062
575

1,320
626

1,298
477

1,385
576

1,520
700

1,482
762

1,442
648

1,401
844

1,393
753

1,125
885

2,321
1,315

1,701
789

139
1,204

115
1,351

106
1,415

202
1,328

272
1,444

263
1,584

255
1,057

307
1,027

263
1,517

277
1,390

593
1,408

422
1,397

By type
4 Financial liabilities
5
Payable in dollars . . . .
6
Payable in foreign
currencies
7 Commercial liabilities . . .
8
Trade payables
9
Advance receipts and
other liabilities . . .
10 Payable in dollars . . . .
1 1 Payable in foreign
currencies

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53

By area or country
Financial liabilities
Europe
BelgiumLuxembourg . . .
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom . . .
Canada
Latin America and
Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies . .
Mexico
Venezuela
....
Asia
Japan
Middle East oilexporting
countries'
Africa
Oil-exporting
countries2
All other3
Commercial liabilities
Europe
BelgiumLuxembourg . . .
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
,,.
United Kingdom . . .
Canada
Latin America and
Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies . .
Mexico
Venezuela
Asia
Japan
Middle East oilexporting
countries 1 ' 4 . . . .
Africa
Oil-exporting
countries 2
All other3




95

61. Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by noribanking enterprises in the United States, 1988-901
Millions of dollars, end of period
Sept.

Dec

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

34,420

32,088

31,542

29,956

31,716

31,086

33,487

29,883

32,203

29,806

29,209

27,802

29,398

28,691

31,038

2,359

2,217

2,282

2,334

2,154

2,318

2,395

2,449

21,869
15,643
14,544

20,071
14,595
13,681

21,920
16,500
15,581

19,135
12,154
11,278

17,721
10,400
9,473

16,622
10,461
9,583

18,079
9,885
8,815

16,638
10,301
9,107

18,109
1 1 ,473
10,504

1 ,027

1 ,099

914

919

877

927

878

1,070

1,193

969

7,078
6,183

8,230
7,288

6,226
5,450

5,476
4,538

5,420
4,683

6,981
6,073

7,322
6,568

6,161
5,471

8,194
7,460

6,338
5,685

6,636
5,769

1,120
10,768
9,662

895
11,361
10,323

943
11,094
10,097

777
12,166
11,091

938
12,171
10,909

737
12,499
11,068

908
12,953
11,472

754
13,821
12,203

690
13,334
11,704

733
13,637
11,909

652
14,448
12,653

866
15,378
13,430

1,106
10,402

1,038
10,945

998
10,552

1,075
11,660

1,262
11,664

1 ,432
11,939

1,481
12,455

1,618
13,168

1,630
12,748

1,728
13,123

1,795
13,898

1,948
14,764

367

415

543

505

507

560

498

653

586

514

549

613

9,884

11,836

10,975

10,279

9,345

8,919

7,528

7,044

6,982

9,619

7,989

8,005

15
308
92
333
54
8,869
2,669

20
191
168
337
105
10,737
2,917

57
280
123
363
84
9,742
3,612

18
203
120
348
218
9,039
2,325

22
193
112
384
241
8,096
2,175

161
176
149
297
68
7,772
2,568

166
-173
120
292
111
6,419
2,359

28
153
192
303
95
6,035
1,904

22
203
508
316
122
5,589
1,758

126
141
93
340
137
8,556
2,036

27
153
102
329
176
6,976
1,989

76
366
371
333
325
6,276
2,887

6,548
2,329
43
86
3,568
154
34
1,383
1,134

10,952
4,176
87
46
6,142
146
27
971
647

11,862
4,069
188
44
7,098
133
27
1,027
737

8,160
1,846
19
47
5,763
151
21
844
574

7,514
2,183
25
49
4,836
117
25
1B95
571

9,319
1,875
33
78
6,923
114
31
995
525

8,315
1,699
33
70
6,125
105
36
826
460

7,590
1,516
7
224
5,431
94
20
847
456

6,984
1,662
4
79
4,824
152
21
806
459

5,479
992
3
84
4,003
153
20
843
486

5,661
977
4
70
4,210
158
23
771
472

5,751
1,261
3
68
4,031
160
25
1,213
875

5
53

5
60

5
95

5
106

8
89

8
80

7
75

8
140

7
67

6
62

9
49

8
37

7
24

9
58

9
26

10
155

8
52

8
40

8
31

12
195

11
25

8
41

7
179

0
215

4,178

4,691

4,287

5,181

5,109

5,302

5,429

6,194

6,046

6,082

6,502

7,094

193
553
638
150
173
1,060
1,168

158
665
774
172
262
1,107
937

172
517
615
146
183
1,191
978

189
672
669
212
344
1,324
983

215
790
689
164
264
1,302
1,124

205
775
675
413
231
1,372
1,181

220
829
686
396
222
1,398
1,278

242
963
696
479
305
1,572
1,079

220
964
702
453
270
1,689
1,148

209
924
669
479
235
1,583
1,147

189
1,206
638
492
301
1,674
1,148

211
1,302
800
552
299
1,794
1,050

1,930
14
171
209
24
374
274
2,849
1,108

2,067
13
174
232
25
411
304
2,990
1,169

2,104
12
161
234
22
463
266
3,027
967

2,241
36
230
299
22
461
227
2,993
946

2,119
34
234
278
23
486
213
3,126
1,043

2,103
13
238
315
30
439
229
3,154
999

2,147
10
271
239
33
509
189
3,316
1,176

2,178
57
323
293
36
510
147
3,560
1,197

2,063
22
243
232
38
526
189
3,279
1,074

2,207
17
284
235
47
582
224
3,446
1,097

2,399
25
340
253
35
651
225
3,594
1,221

2,320
14
246
323
40
646
190
4,032
1,418

409
419

446
425

437
424

453
435

442
395

434
408

410
399

518
419

434
425

417
390

408
373

459
488

126
225

136
251

137
274

122
333

95
299

112
351

87
383

108
392

89
372

97
365

72
432

67
395

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

38,154

38,691

34,035

32,243

29,176

36,051

36,179

31,654

2,153

2,103

2,512

2,381

20,560
12,899
12,233

26,793
19,715
18,923

27,597
19,367
18,340

666

792

7,661
6,541

Mar.

June

1 Total

31,328

2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign
currencies

Type, and area or country

By type
4 Financial claims
5
Deposits
6
Payable in dollars . .
7
Payable in foreign
currencies
8
Other financial
claims
9
Payable in dollars . .
10
Payable in foreign
currencies
1 1 Commercial claims
12 Trade receivables . . . .
13 Advance payments and
other claims
14 Payable in dollars . . . .
15 Payable in foreign
currencies

16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57

By area or country
Financial claims
Europe
BelgiumLuxembourg . . .
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom . . .
Canada .
Latin America and
Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies . .
Mexico
Venezuela . .
Asia
Japan
Middle East oilexporting
countries2 . . .
Africa
Oil-exporting
countries3
All other4
Commercial claims
Europe
BelgiumLuxembourg . . .
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom . . .
Canada . .
Latin America and
Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies . .
Mexico
Venezuela .
Asia
Japan
Middle East oilexporting
countries2
Africa
Oil-exporting
countries3
All other4

96



1990

1989

1988

-

62. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks, 19901
Millions of dollars, end of period
Assets

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
1 Total, all currencies . . . . 549,368

553,815

535,059

535,886

541,439

524,010

531,597

551,377

546,172

552,542

558,626

556,925

2 Claims on United States . . 192,688
149 285
3 Parent bank . . . .
17,840
4 Other banks in U.S
25,563
5 Nonbanks
6 Claims on foreigners
307 937
7 Other branches of parent
bank
120 359
91 712
8 Banks
15 392
9 Public borrowers
10 Nonbank foreigners . . . . 80,474'
48 743
1 1 Other assets . . . .

188,700
145,156
18,064
25,480
313,934

176,096
135,172
15,511
25,413
308 117

177,104
133,573
17,965
25,566
307 470

182,224
140 751
15,647
25,826
306 058

179,258
138,384
15,166
25,708
293 627

174,750
133 819
15,269
25,662
304 684

178,267
137,589
14,500
26,178
313 831

182,593
140 897
14,272
27,424
311 248

177,571
135 568
13,261
28,742
319 318

180,938
140 302
12,937
27,699
323 020

188,496
148 837
13,296
26,363
312 449

122 457
94,065
15,148
82,264
51,181

120 488
89,837
15 973
81,819
50,846

118 835
90,812
16 217
81,606
51 312

116 640
90 422
16 172
82,824
53 157

108 464
85,780
16 220
83,163
51 125

115 353
85,921
16 264
87,146
52 163

121 705
88,768
16 157
87,201
59 279

123 359
83,305
16 379
88,205
52 331

128 747
82 706
16 335
91,530
55 653

135 177
81 440
16 591
89,812
54 668

135 003
72 602
17 555
87,289
55 980

375,529

375,691

358,649

360,351

363,064

350,186

346,607

358,038

360,210

362,537

371,753

379,479

13 Claims on United States . . 184,782
14 Parent bank
144,055
15 Other banks in U S
17 018
16 Nonbanks
23,709
168 127
17 Claims on foreigners
18 Other branches of parent
86 114
bank . . . .
45 385
19 Banks
10,332
20 Public borrowers
21 Nonbank foreigners . . . . 26,296
22 Other assets
22,620

180,738
139,920
17,187
23,631
172,533

168,833
130,350
14 992
23,491
167 958

169,996
129,162
17 209
23,625
168 739

173,887
135,211
14 818
23,858
167 808

171,551
133,167
14 575
23,809
158 774

166,461
128,203
14 405
23,853
158 257

169,745
132,025
13 513
24 207
163 490

174,016
135,100
13 422
25,494
163 994

168,988
129 882
12 441
26,665
168 722

172,336
134 436
12 088
25,812
174 832

180,174
142 962
12 513
24699
174 451

87,403
46 582
10,529
28,019
22,420

85 028
43 408
11,110
28,412
21,858

84 930
43 814
11,191
28,804
21,616

83 381
44 449
10,912
29,066
21 369

76 410
42 918
10,956
28,490
19,861

79 241
38 825
10,652
29,539
21 889

82 564
40 733
10,939
29,254
24 803

84 378
39 413
11,166
29,037
22,200

90 198
37 531
11,201
29,792
24 827

95 599
37 795
11,202
30,236
24 585

95 298
36 440
12,298
30,415
24 854

12 Total payable in U.S.
dollars

United Kingdom
23 Total, all currencies . . . . 166,915

169,727

167,162

173,127

177,947

167,885

175,254

184,933

178,484

184,660

188,182

184,818

41,208
37 292
1,441
2,475
109,837

40,161
36,311
1,365
2,485
110,911

38,809
34,648
1,301
2,860
109,227

42,366
43,247
37,572
39 089
1,262
747
3,532
3,411
111,175 114,800

39,904
35,924
730
3,250
108,080

40,418
36 564
894
2,960
114,254

40,092
36 140
1,037
2,915
118,423

42,574
39,042
723
2,809
114,863

39,862
35 904
694
3,264
122,203

42,301
38 453
1,088
2,760
124,077

45,560
42 413
792
2,355
115,536

37 701
37,668
3,128
31,340
15,870

38,410
36,488
3,076
32,937
18,655

39,636
34,803
3,857
30,931
19,126

41 613
35,224
3,980
30,358
19,586

43 358
35,730
3,943
31,769
19,900

38 068
34,194
3,740
32,078
19,901

41 181
35,085
3,619
34,369
20,582

43 581
37 623
3,757
33,462
26,418

44 408
34,088
3,639
32,728
21,047

47 390
35,480
3,521
35,812
22,595

49 499
36,135
3,675
34,768
21,804

46 367
31,604
3,860
33,705
23,722

102,847

103,531

100,788

107,290

109,944

100,641

102,803

106,891

106,899

109,950

115,182

116,762

38,261
35 731
1,118
1,412
56,939

37,006
34,462
1 ,036
1,508
58,763

35,752
32,697
1,122
1,933
57,166

39,091
35,663
1,041
2,387
60,165

39,374
36 712
521
2 141
63,025

36,158
33 509
552
2,097
57,802

36,230
33 716
681
1,833
58,278

35,979
33 585
721
1 673
60,390

37,997
36,024
466
1,507
59,811

35,429
33 145
419
1,865
63,720

37,668
35 614
611
1,443
66,876

41,259
39 609
334
1,316
63,701

28 655
16 399
2,321
9,564
7 647

30,224
15 984
2,266
10,289
7,762

30,421
13 748
3,074
9,923
7,870

32 885
14 141
3,131
10,008
8,034

34 441
14 635
3,114
10,835
7 545

30 050
14625
2,942
10,185
6,681

3 1 220
13621
2,839
10,598
8 295

32 976
14 570
2,896
9,948
10 522

33 990
13 206
2,866
9,749
9091

37 069
13 571
2,790
10,290
10 801

39 630
13 915
2,862
10,469
10 638

37 142
13 135
3,143
10,281
11 802

45 Total, all currencies . . . . 167,385

164,908

155,145

150,767

154,851

154,354

145,992

150,726

153,266

153,529

153,850

162,316

46 Claims on United States . .
47 Parent bank . .
48 Other banks in U.S
49 Nonbanks
50 Claims on foreigners
51 Other branches of parent
bank
52 Banks
53 Public borrowers
54 Nonbank foreigners . . . .
55 Other assets

117,177
79 525
15,403
22 249
42,610

114,263
76,475
15,827
21 961
43,162

105,466
70 535
13,564
21 367
42,393

102,184
65 084
15,902
21 198
41,467

105,617
69 807
14,079
21 731
42,147

107,244
72 115
13,603
21 526
39,812

100,085
64 885
13,442
21 758
38,403

103,552
68 538
12,625
22 389
39,595

106,606
70 177
12,539
23 890
39,573

107,009
70 877
11,605
24 527
38,062

106,694
71 416
11,017
24 261
38,669

112,989
77 873
11,869
23 247
41,356

13,371
20 119
4,764
4,356
7,598

14,409
19,595
4,753
4,405
7,483

13,171
19 370
4,684
5,168
7,286

12 917
19 947
4,350
4,933
7,087

11 906
1 8 492
4,393
5,021
7 298

11 785
16771
4,307
. 5,540
7,504

12 031
17 543
4,554
5,467
7 579

11,638
18 076
4,818
5,041
7,087

12 152
15 994
4,876
5,040
8,458

12,697
16 299
4,775
4,898
8,487

13 416
16 310
5,807
5,823
7,971

161,237

159,885

150,403

149,782

150,265

141,482

146,472

149,615

149,271

149,754

158,390

24 Claims on United States . .
25 Parent bank
26 Other banks in U.S
27 Nonbanks
28 Claims on foreigners
29 Other branches of parent
bank . . . .
30 Banks
31 Public borrowers
32 Nonbank foreigners . . . .
33 Other assets
34 Total payable in U.S.
dollars . . . .
35 Claims on United States . .
36 Parent bank . .
37 Other banks in U.S
38 Nonbanks
39 Claims on foreigners
40 Other branches of parent
bank . . .
41 Banks
42 Public borrowers
43 Nonbank foreigners . . . .
44 Other assets . . .

Bahamas and Cayman s

56 Total payable in U.S.
dollars . . .




13,306
18 499
4,490
5,172
7,116
146,314

97

62. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks, 19901—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
Assets

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
57 Total, all currencies . . . .

549,368

553,815

535,059

535,886

541,439

524,010

531,597

551,377

546,172

552,542

558,626

556,925

58 Negotiable CDs
59 To United States
60
Parent bank
61
Other banks in U.S
62
Nonbanks
63 To foreigners
64
Other branches of parent
bank
65 Banks
....
66 Official institutions . . . .
67 Nonbank foreigners . . . .
68 Other liabilities

23,510
178,452
117,318
11,850
49,284
315,991

23,620
181,164
119,967
11,990
49,207
317,318

21,767
173,675
114,170
10,799
48,706
309,756

24,113
168,669
109,642
11,782
47,245
313,446

25,452
169,791
109,831
10,272
49,688
315,058

23,504
169,769
113,151
9,092
47,526
299,951

21,805
163,454
105,443
9,494
48,517
314,503

22,917
167,441
109,849
10,264
47,328
321,365

21,977
172,916
117,384
8,976
46,556
317,202

22,089
167,575
113,098
7,984
46,493
327,139

21,521
171,592
115,519
9,140
46,933
328,534

18,060
189,412
138,748
7,463
43,201
311,668

126,965
82,042
19,004
87,980
31,415

126,786
77,449
20,637
92,446
31,713

124,084
75,017
17,704
92,951
29,861

120,405
77,875
20,683
94,483
29,658

120,722
78,681
19,710
95,945
31,138

113,653
73,896
17,637
94,765
30,786

119,476
78,190
19,468
97,369
31,835

124,393
79,485
17,801
99,686
39,654

125,382
75,351
17,475
98,994
34,077

131,045
75,815
18,436
101,843
35,739

137,849
72,352
17,996
100,337
36,979

139,113
58,986
14,791
98,778
37,785

69 Total payable in U.S.
dollars
. . . . 385,010

385,634

369,306

368,626

369,505

358,622

355,961

365,959

364,972

363,963

372,300

383,522

70 Negotiable CDs
71 To United States
72
Parent bank
73
Other banks in U.S
74
Nonbanks
75 To foreigners
....
76
Other branches of parent
bank
....
77 Banks
78 Official institutions . . . .
79 Nonbank foreigners . . . .
80 Other liabilities

18,512
167,754
111,328
10,560
45,866
185,192

18,783
169,669
113,487
10,684
45,498
183,378

17,084
162,606
108,128
9,296
45,182
176,939

19,601
157,579
103,252
10,415
43,912
178,035

20,579
157,851
103,389
8,855
45,607
177,888

18,928
158,114
106,759
7,741
43,614
168,642

16,519
151,122
98,970
7,924
44,228
174,616

17,588
155,202
103,386
8,791
43,025
177,484

17,219
159,059
109,490
7,501
42,068
175,725

17,022
153,350
104,651
6,486
42,213
178,969

16,845
156,954
106,892
7,686
42,376
183,461

14,094
175,654
130,510
6,052
39,092
179,002

91,736
32,551
11,063
49,842
13,552

90,360
28,741
11,740
52,537
13,804

86,908
27,639
9,248
53,144
12,677

84,090
29,207
1 1 ,909
52,829
13,411

84,415
28,265
1 1 ,480
53,728
13,187

78,646
27,434
9,066
53,496
12,938

81,332
28,045
10,613
54,626
13,704

84,157
28,945
9,710
54,672
15,685

85,303
26,576
9,346
54,500
12,969

89,658
23,669
9,689
55,953
14,622

95,556
25,022
9,091
53,792
15,040

98,128
20,251
7,921
52,702
14,772

81 Total, all currencies . . . .

166,915

169,727

167,162

173,127

177,947

167,885

175,254

184,933

178,484

184,660

188,182

184,818

82 Negotiable CDs
....
83 To United States
84 Parent bank .
....
85 Other banks in U.S
86 Nonbanks
87 To foreigners
88 Other branches of parent
bank
89
Banks
90 Official institutions . . . .
91
Nonbank foreigners . . . .
92 Other liabilities

19,791
31,893
23,256
1,545
7,092
99,720

19,656
32,686
23,752
2,115
6,819
101,565

18,266
32,780
22,970
1,827
7,983
101,160

20,535
33,931
23,339
1,841
8,751
103,362

21,846
33,755
23,179
11,847
8,729
106,138

19,672
32,291
23,158
1,615
7,518
99,279

17,795
32,320
21,952
1,626
8,742
107,533

18,703
33,365
23,399
1,535
8,431
109,372

17,542
35,485
25,461
1,765
8,259
106,494

17,557
32,143
22,013
1,430
8,700
114,959

17,144
36,500
26,165
1,671
8,664
113,958

14,256
39,928
31,806
1,505
6,617
108,531

29,216
33,568
9,368
27,568
15,511

28,074
32,110
10,758
30,623
15,820

29,848
29,116
9,184
33,012
14,956

28,581
31,026
10,829
32,926
15,299

29,193
31,580
1 1 ,409
33,956
16,208

26,506
28,575
10,263
33,935
16,643

28,944
32,420
11,314
34,855
17,606

28,967
34,647
9,902
35,856
23,493

30,487
30,111
9,578
36,318
18,963

32,357
33,870
10,788
37,944
20,001

34,406
32,844
9,534
37,174
20,580

36,709
25,126
8,361
38,335
22,103

106,676

106,416

103,544

109,708

HGi,595

101,471

104,372

108,532

107,216

108,064

114,031

116,094

16,931
28,542
22,428
1,217
4,897
54,574

16,910
28,817
22,513
1,807
4,497
53,751

15,660
29,383
22,219
1,552
5,612
52,095

17,936
30,386
22,446
1,553
6,387
54,371

19,012
29,666
22,339
1,456
5,871
55,163

17,233
28,101
22,131
1,325
4,645
49,672

14,831
27,967
21,208
1,175
5,584
54,591

15,758
28,779
22,423
1,228
5,128
55,252

15,502
30,368
23,963
1,471
4,934
54,679

15,237
26,867
20,334
1,035
5,498
57,639

15,100
31,058
24,322
1,318
5,418
59,787

12,710
34,697
29,955
1,156
3,586
60,014

19,660
14,701
5,649
14,564
6,629

18,556
11,920
6,717
16,558
6,938

19,182
9,976
5,192
17,745
6,406

18,799
11,233
6,703
17,636
7,015

18,589
11,007
7,264
18,303
6,754

16,199
9,911
5,305
18,257
6,465

17,408
11,251
6,515
19,417
6,983

17,347
13,042
5,463
19,400
8,743

18,560
11,116
5,324
19,679
6,667

20,797
10,465
5,751
20,626
8,321

23,288
11,911
5,000
19,588
8,086

25,957
9,488
4,692
19,877
8,673

United Kingdom

93 Total payable in U.S.
dollars
....
94 Negotiable CDs
....
95 To United States
96 Parent bank .
....
97 Other banks in U.S . . . .
98
Nonbanks
99 To foreigners
100 Other branches of parent
bank
101 Banks
102 Official institutions . . . .
103 Nonbank foreigners . . . .
104 Other liabilities

Bahamas and Caymans
105 Total, all currencies . . . .

167,385

164,908

155,145

150,767

154,851

154,354

145,992

150,726

153,266

153,529

153,850

162,316

106 Negotiable CDs
....
107 To United States
108 Parent bank
109 Other banks in U.S
110 Nonbanks
....
1 1 1 To foreigners
1 12
Other branches of parent
bank
113 Banks
114 Official institutions . . . .
115 Nonbank foreigners . . . .
116 Other liabilities

681
114,829
65,380
8,677
40,772
48,974

671
113,137
64,085
8,198
40,854
48,726

522
108,003
61,528
7,310
39,165
44,314

524
101,024
55,311
8,544
37,169
46,741

528
103,655
57,136
6,991
39,,528
48..410

535
103,592
58,880
5,984
38,728
47,613

548
96,083
51,457
6,268
38,358
47,010

553
100,653
56,123
7,039
37,491
46,922

553
104,243
62,308
5,398
36,537
46,237

560
103,577
62,506
4,959
36,112
46,867

561
104,086
61,350
5,798
36,938
46,299

646
114,738
74,941
4,526
35,271
44,444

24,911
8,439
1,528
14,096
2,901

25,110
8,059
1,290
14,267
2,374

20,778
7,983
1,078
14,475
2,306

22,446
8,617
1,247
14,431
2,478

25,535
8,154
962
13,759
2,258

24,184
8,969
960
13,500
2,614

24,560
8,120
999
13,331
2,351

24,965
7,469
943
13,545
2,598

24,781
7,519
731
13,206
2,233

25,864
6,794
703
13,506
1,525

25,579
6,569
763
13,388
2,904

24,715
5,588
622
13,519
2,488

162,141

160,212

150,758

146,259

149,707

149,680

140,556

145,701

148,621

147,781

148,197

157,132

117 Total payable in U.S.
dollars

98



63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19901
Millions of dollars
March 31
All states2

Item

Total
including
IBFs
1 Total assets4

New York

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

California

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

Illinois

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

564,940

258,702

415,278

208,413

80,004

25,518

41,200

14,710

2 Claims on nonrelated parties
..
3 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
4
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits . . .
5
Currency and coin (U S. and foreign)
6
Balances with depository institutions in United States
7
U.S. branches and agencies of other
foreign banks (including IBFs)
8
Other depository institutions in United States (including
IBFs)
9
Balances with banks in foreign countries
and with foreign central banks
..
10
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
11
Other banks in foreign countries and
foreign central banks
12 Balances with Federal Reserve Banks

504,897
138,184
1,279
22
73,045

201,117
115,425
0
n.a.
53,368

370,112
117,322
1,203
16
62,324

162,592
97,265
0
n.a.
44,929

72,849
8,297
52
2
4,155

19,454
7,453
0
n.a.
3,428

40,820
10,854
5
1
5,895

13,794
9,668
0
n.a.
4,759

63,472

49,914

54,325

41,828

3,497

3,278

5,176

4,573

9,572

3,454

7,998

3,102

658

151

719

186

62,935
968

62,057
895

53,036
815

52,336
743

4,027
78

4,024
77

4,910
70

4,908
70

61,966
904

61,162
n.a.

52,221
743

51,592
n.a.

3,947
n.a.

4,840
43

4,838
n.a.

13 Total securities and loans

298,398

73,298

198,941

55,459

3,950
61
53,678

10,132

27,382

3,612

41,746
8,546

12,282
n.a.

36,106
8,254

10,363
n.a.

3,681
57

1,315
n.a.

1,212
172

521
n.a.

5,702

n.a.

5,482

n.a.

3,486

1,315

1,028

521

14 Total securities, book value
15 U S Treasury
16
Obligations of U.S. government agencies
and corporations
17 Other bonds, notes, debentures, and corporate stock
(including state and local securities)

...

n.a.

12

n.a,

27,497

....

35 Commercial and industrial loans
36 U.S. addressees (domicile)
37 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
38 Acceptance of other banks
39 U S banks . .
40
Foreign banks
41 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
(including foreign central banks)
42 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities
(secured and unsecured)
..
43 All other loans
44 All other assets
45
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
46
U S addressees (domicile)
...
47
Non-U S addressees (domicile)
48
Other assets including other claims on nonrelated parties . .
49 Net due from related depository institutions 5
50 Net due from head office and other related depository
institutions5
51
Net due from establishing entity, head offices, and other
related depository institutions 5

22,369

17,104
9,986
4,039
3,079

4,348
3,276
12
1,060

15,023
8,482
3,634
2,908

3,503
2,563
10
930

1,160
873
175
112

806
696
0
110

589
506
45
38

0
0
0
0

61,054
38
61,016

162,972
137
162,835

45,132
35
45,097

50,050
54
49,997

8,818
2
8,816

26,181
10
26,171

3,091
0
3,091

35,848
58,862
37,847
32,738
5,110

22 Total loans gross
23
Less' Unearned income on loans
24
Equals: Loans, net

12,282

256,858
206
256,652

18 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements
to resell
19 U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . ,
20 Commercial banks in United States
2 1 Other

Total loans, gross, by category
25 Real estate loans
26 Loans to depository institutions
27 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
28
U S branches and agencies of other foreign banks
29
Other commercial banks in United States
30 Other depository institutions in United States
(including IBFs)
31
Banks in foreign countries
32
Foreign branches of U S banks
33
Other banks in foreign countries
34 Other financial institutions

138

10,363

339
30,497
11,603
1 1 ,094
510

19,346
41,829
26,307
22,258
4,049

178
19,525
5,913
5,595
318

10,093
9,964
7,237
6,800
437

120
6,619
3,962
3,795
167

3,900
4,957
3,860
3,316
544

35
2,651
1,562
1,537
25

215
20,800
276
20,525
7,257

108
18,786
245
18,541
936

207
15,315
252
15,063
5,202

108
13,505
221
13,284
735

7
2,721
15
2,706
1,001

0
2,657
15
2,642
162

0
1,096
9
1,088
482

0
1,088
9
1,079
28

133,081
113,985
19,097
1,362
610
752

14,684
219
14,465
37
0
37

78,841
63,932
14,909
996
471
524

12,538
135
12,403
37
0
37

27,597
25,023
2,574
189
66
122

1,472
74
1,399
0
0
0

16,447
16,052
395
100
2
98

288
10
278
0
0
0

15,321

14,164

12,693

11,741

501

445

101

91

2,428
2,698
51,211
29,036
20,287
8,749
22,175
60,043

45
351

1,796
2,269

45
331

630
75

0
195

0
0

8,046
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
8,046
57,584

38,826
20,918
13,090
7,828
17,908
45,166

6,365
n.a.
n.a,
n.a.
6,365
45,821

9,714
7,211
6,489
722
2,503
7,155

0
0
1,064
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
1,064
6,064

1,994
696
680
15
1,298
381

514
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
514
916

60,043

n.a.

45,166

n.a.

7,155

n.a.

381

n.a.

45,821

n.a.

6,064

n.a.

52 Total liabilities4

564,940

258,702

415,278

208,413

80,004

25,518

41,200

14,710

53 Liabilities to nonrelated parties

491,869

226,023

374,941

184,159

73,054

23,323

28,223

11,169




n.a.

57,584

n.a.

916

99

63* Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19901—Continued
Millions of dollars
March 3 1
Item

All statesTotal
excluding
IBFs

54 Total deposits and credit balances
55 Individuals partnerships and corporations
56
U.S. addressees (domicile)
57
Non-U S addressees (domicile)
58 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
59
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
60
Other commercial banks in United States
61
Banks in foreign countries
62
Foreign branches of U S banks
63
Other banks in foreign countries
64 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
65 All other deposits and credit balances
66 Certified and official checks
67 Transaction accounts and credit balances (excluding IBFs) . . .
68 Individuals partnerships and corporations
69
U.S. addressees (domicile)
70
Non-U S addressees (domicile)
71 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
72
U S branches and agencies of other foreign banks
73
Other commercial banks in United States
74 Banks in foreign countries
75
Foreign branches of U S banks
76
Other banks in foreign countries
77 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
78 All other deposits and credit balances
79 Certified and official checks
80 Demand deposits (included in transaction accounts and credit
balances)
81 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
82
U S . addressees (domicile)
83
Non-U. S. addressees (domicile)
84 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
85
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
86
Other commercial banks in United States
87 Banks in foreign countries
88
Foreign branches of U S banks
89
Other banks in foreign countries
90 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
91 All other deposits and credit balances
92 Certified and official checks
93 Nontransaction accounts (including MMDAs, excluding IBFs) . . .
94 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
95
U.S addressees (domicile)
. .
96
Non-U S addressees (domicile)
97
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . . . .
98
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
99
Other commercial banks in United States
100 Banks in foreign countries . .
101
Foreign branches of U S banks
102
Other banks in foreign countries
103 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
104 All other deposits and credit balances
105 IBF deposit liabilities
....
106 Individuals partnerships and corporations
107
U S addressees (domicile)
108
Non-U S addressees (domicile)
109 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
1 10
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
1 11
Other commercial banks in United States
1 12 Banks in foreign countries
....
1 13
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
1 14
Other banks in foreign countries
1 15 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
.
1 16 All other deposits and credit balances

100



New York

IBF

. ,

only

76,308
60,007
45,642
14,365
11,557
5,204
6,353
1,743
242
1,500

174,<558
16, 507
367
16, 139
55, 722
48, 264
7,<458
92, 401
6, 718
85, 583

1,158
1,501
342
7,332
5,079
3,694
1,385
118
40
79
1,035
53
982

9, ?26
103
t

To al
exclu **
IBJ

California

TRPc

5$

63,240 155, 312
49,569
10, 526
40,692
367
8,877
10, 158
9,244
49, 344
4,695
43 ,<346
4,548
6, 798
1,624 85, 714
222
6, 372
1,401 79, 542
1,057
1,463
284
6,044
3,950
2,966
984
113
39
74
972
53
919

9, 530
98
ii

T tal

°

"gft"8
3,901
3,058
1,222
1,836
752
6
747
29
20
9
20
19
23
440
403
365
37
1
0
1
9
0
9

Illinois

TRP«

T tU

°

IRPc

on$

"fig*

J$

8,(323
364
0
364
3, 357
3,'490
367
3, 591
415
3, 276

3,072
2,473
1 ,667
805
579
472
107
2
0
2

4, 283
62
0
62
1, 768
1 ,502
266
2, 432
220
2, 213

112
0

5
1
12
260
244
240
4
0
0
0
2
0
2

21
0

t

403
355
342

385
340
284

2
3
23

2
0
12

6,126
4,265
3,108
1,157
50
6
45
806
17
790

5,240
3,529
2,640
888
45
5
41
750
17
733

231
196
171
26
1
0
1
8
0
8

235
218
215
4
O
0
0
2
0
2

i\

n a.

346
317
342
68,976
54,929
41,949
12,980
11,439
5,165
6,274
708
190
518
755
1,146
A

n.a.

i

n a.

328
305
284
57,196
45,619
37,726
7,893
9,131
4,657
4,474
652
170
482
i

174, 658
16, 507
367
16, 139
55, 722
48, 264
7, 458
92, 401
6, 718
85, 683

9 926

' 103

672
1,123
A

n.a.

T

na .

2
0
12
2,812
2,229
1,427
802
579
472
107
0
0
0

2
1
23
3,461
2,655
857
1,799
751
6
746
20
20
0
i'
15
5> 812
10, 526
367
10, 158
49, 844
43, 046
6, 798
85, 714
6, 072
79, 642
9, 630
98

18
16
A

n.a.

T

n a.

1r
8, D23
364
0
364
3, 857
3, 490
367
3, 591
415
3, 276

"1

4

i

A

n.a.

'•

^
4, 283
62
0
62
1, 768
1, 502
266
2,432
220
2, 213
21
0

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19901—Continued
Millions of dollars
March 31
Item

All states
Total
including
IBFs

117 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
....
...
1 18
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
1 19 Other commercial banks in United States
....
J20
Other
121 Other borrowed money
122 Owed to nonrelated commercial banks in
United States (including IBFs)
123 Owed to U.S. offices of nonrelated U.S. banks
124 Owed to U.S. branches and agencies of nonrelated foreign
banks
.
125 Owed to nonrelated banks in foreign countries
126 Owed to foreign branches of nonrelated
U S banks
127 Owed to foreign offices of nonrelated foreign banks
128 Owed to others . .

2

New York
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

California
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Illinois
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

IBFs
only 3

64,917
13,337
24,720
26,861
124,554

7,556
3,333
393
3,829
36,779

44,222
7,703
15,336
21,183
72,868

4, 008
928
288
2, 792
18, 766

15,261
4,541
5,972
4,748
35,981

3,127
2,179
105
843
11,190

4,844
1,034
3,054
755
14,013

333
220
0
113
6,173

75,310
32,114

14,754
2,285

39,853
18,066

4, 132
1, 049

25,900
9,702

7,388
780

8,292
3,813

2,737
262

43,196
20,590

12,469
20,155

21,787
13,106

3, 083
12, 799

16,198
3,834

6,608
3,767

4,478
3,493

2,476
3,436

1,968
18,622
28,654

1,939
18,216
1,870

939
12,167
19,909

911
11, 888
1, 835

503
3,331
6,247

503
3,264
35

446
3,047
2,229

446
2,990
0

129 All other liabilities
..
...
130 Branch or agency liability on acceptances executed and
outstanding
..
...
131
Other liabilities to nonrelated parties

51,432

7,030

38,797

5, 572

9,888

983

2,011

380

32,452
18,980

n.a.
7,030

23,260
15,538

n a.
5, 572

7,706
2,183

n.a.
983

1,019
992

n.a.
380

132 Net due to related depository institutions 5
1 33 Net due to head office and other related depository
institutions 5
134 Net due to establishing entity, head office,
and other related depository institutions 5

73,071

32,679

40,338

24, 254

6,950

2,195

12,977

3,541

73,071

n.a.

40,338

n a.

6,950

n.a.

12,977

n.a.

32,679

n.a.

24, 254

n.a.

n.a.

3,541

1,538
616

i

135
136
137
138
J39
140

MEMO
Noninterest bearing balances with commercial banks in United
States
Holding of commercial paper included in total loans
Holding of own acceptances included in commercial and
industrial loans
....
...
Commercial and industrial loans with remaining maturity of
one year or less
....
Predetermined interest rates
Floating interest rates

141 Commercial and industrial loans with remaining maturity of
more than one year
142 Predetermined interest rates
143 Floating interest rates

n.a.

1,794
811




103
172

0
^

79
15

1,348

405

39,331
21,770
17,561

15,431
10,651
4,780

9,714
5,728
3,986

0
A

149

70,457
42,318
28,139
62,624
21,284
41,340

n.a.

n a.

u

39,511
13,693
25,818

if

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only3

n.a.

12,166
3,867
8,299
Total
excluding
IBFs

n.a.

6,732
2,761
3,971
Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

V

IBFs
only 3

86,363
49,100
14,747

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

74,508
41,198
12,742

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

3,893
2,443
703

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

2,896
1,444
1,164

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

22,516

n.a.

20,568

n.a.

747

n.a.

288

n.a.

Total
including
IBFs
148 Market value of securities held
149 Immediately available funds with a maturity greater than one
day included in other borrowed money
....
150 Number of reports filed6

7

2,050

Total
excluding
IBFs
144 Components of total non transaction accounts, included in total
deposits and credit balances of nontransactional accounts,
including IBFs
145 Time CDs in denominations of $100 000 or more
146 Other time deposits in denominations of $100,000 or more . .
147 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more with
remaining maturity of more than twelve months

7

2,195

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

39,910

12,051

34,454

10,020

3,558

1,432

1,203

73,552
556

n.a.

40,937
255

n.a.

22,571
130

n.a.

8,903
54

0

0

0

IBFs
only 3
518

n.a.
0

101

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19901—Continued
Millions of dollars
June 30
Item

All states2
Total
including
IBFs

1 Total assets4

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

Illinois

California

New York
IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

IBFs
only 3

574,319

249,565

419,164

198,685

85,944

27,039

40,913

13,698

2 Claims on nonrelated parties
3 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
4
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits . . .
5
Currency and coin (U.S. and foreign)
6
Balances with depository institutions in United States
7
U.S. branches and agencies of other
foreign banks {including IBFs)
8
Other depository institutions in United States (including
IBFs)
9
Balances with banks in foreign countries
and with foreign central banks
10
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
11
Other banks in foreign countries and
foreign central banks
12 Balances with Federal Reserve Banks

508,333
132,704
1,222
23
66,509

195,108
109,971
0
n.a.
46,568

368,605
1 1 1 ,298
1,169
17
55,471

155,971
91,294
0
n.a.
37,837

77,858
8,718
27
4,677

20,274
8,019
0
n.a.
4,066

40,537
10,723
4
1
5,688

13,150
9,383
0
n.a.
4,422

58,376

43,712

48,886

35,327

4,102

3,944

4,930

4,226

1 3 Total securities and loans
14 Total securities, book value
15
U S Treasury
16 Obligations of U.S. government agencies
and corporations
17
Other bonds, notes, debentures, and corporate stock
(including state and local securities)
18 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements
to resell
19 U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
20
Commercial banks in United States
21
Other
22 Total loans gross
23
Less: Unearned income on loans
24
Equals' Loans net
Total loans, gross, by category
25 Real estate loans
....
26 Loans to depository institutions
27
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
28
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
29
Other commercial banks in United States
30
Other depository institutions in United States
(including IBFs)
31
Banks in foreign countries
32
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
33
Other banks in foreign countries
34 Other financial institutions
35 Commercial and industrial loans . .
36
U.S. addressees (domicile)
37
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
38 Acceptance of other banks
39
U.S. banks
40
Foreign banks
41 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
(including foreign central banks)
42 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities
(secured and unsecured)
43 All other loans
44 All other assets
45
Customers1 liability on acceptances outstanding
46
U.S. addressees (domicile)
47
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
48
Other assets including other claims on nonrelated parties . .
49 Net due from related depository institutions 5
50
Net due from head office and other related depository
institutions 5
51
Net due from establishing entity, head offices, and other
related depository institutions 5

8,133

2,856

6,585

2,510

575

122

758

197

64,123
1,850

63,403
1,778

53,988
1,707

53,457
1,636

3,956
74

3,952
74

4,980
60

4,961
60

62,273
828

61,625
n.a.

52,280
654

51,821
n.a.

3,882
57

3,878
n.a.

4,921
49

4,90!
n.a.

310,593

74,668

205,879

55,834

59,182

11,192

27,227

3,372

43,628
8,917

13,524
n.a.

38,135
8,640

1 1 ,630
n.a.

3,640
55

1,274
n.a.

1,208
161

537
n.a.

142

n.a.

22

n.a.

6,001

n.a.

5,764

n.a.

28,710

13,524

23,731

1 1 ,630

3,443

1,274

1,025

537

15,216
9,903
2,053
3,259

3,693
2,414
33
1,245

13,843
9,077
1,747
3,018

3,481
2,349
33
1,099

742
523
95
124

143
57
0
86

215
156
13
47

0
0
0
0

267,151
185
266,965

61,183
38
61,145

167,869
125
167,744

44,238
35
44,203

55,588
46
55,543

9,922
3
9,918

26,028
10
26,018

2,835
0
2,835

38,621
60,235
37,749
32,259
5,490

368
31,302
10,876
10,261
615

20,334
41,424
25,273
20,778
4,495

191
19,535
5,177
4,723
453

11,655
12,247
8,789
8,357
432

136
7,543
4,182
4,073
109

4,155
4,396
3,141
2,623
518

35
2,483
1,243
1,208
35

157
22,329
456
21,873
7,509

0
20,426
455
19,970
891

92
16,058
359
15,699
5,434

0
14,359
359
14,000
726

64
3,394
67
3,327
977

0
3,361
67
3,294
125

0
1 ,255
24
1,231
609

0
1,241
24
1,217
27

138,400
119,223
19,177
1,985
813
1,172

14,536
194
14,341
52
0
52

82,693
68,020
14,673
1,388
729
660

12,166
85
12,081
52
0
52

29,100
26,319
2,781
389
26
363

1,693
99
1,594
0
0
0

16,382
15,989
393
157
12
145

220
10
210
0
0
0

14,843

13,691

12,161

1 1 ,240

503

425

83

69

2,870
2,688

5
338

2,240
2,196

5
322

630
87

0
0

0
246

0
0

49,821
28,566
19,489
9,077
21,255
65,985

6,776
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
6,776
54,457

37,585
20,881
12,726
8,155
16,704
50,559

5,362
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
5,362
42,714

9,215
6,703
5,974
729
2,512
8,086

920
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
920
6,765

2,373
762
760
2
1,6H
376

395
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
395
548

65,985

n.a.

50,559

n.a.

8,086

n.a.

42,714

n.a.

376

n.a.

n.a.

574,319

249,565

419,164

198,685

n.a.
85,944

6,765

52 Total liabilities4

27,039

40,913

13,698

53 Liabilities to nonrelated parties

509,059

216,798

387,770

177,610

77,748

23,117

27,439

8,690

102




54,457

n.a.

548

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19901—Continued
Millions of dollars
June 30
Item

All slates2
Total
excluding
IBFs

54 Total deposits and credit balances
55
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
56
U.S. addressees (domicile)
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
57
58 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
59
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
Other commercial banks in United States
60
61 Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
62
Other banks in foreign countries
63
64 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
65
All other deposits and credit balances
66
Certified and official checks
67 Transaction accounts and credit balances (excluding IBFs) . .
68
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
69
U.S. addressees (domicile)
70
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
71
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . . . .
72
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
73
O her commercial banks in United States
74
Banks in foreign countries
75
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
76
Other banks in foreign countries
77
Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
78
All other deposits and credit balances
79
Certified and official checks
80 Demand deposits (included in transaction accounts and credit
balances)
81
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
82
" -addressees (domicile)
U.S.
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
83
84 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
85
Other commercial banks in United States
86
87 Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
88
Other banks in foreign countries
89
90 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
91 All other deposits and credit balances
92 Certified and official checks
93 Nontransaction accounts (including MMDAs, excluding IBFs)
94
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
95
U.S. addressees (domicile)
96
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
97
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) .
98
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
99
Other commercial banks in United States
100 Banks in foreign countries
101
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
102
Other banks in foreign countries
103 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
104
All other deposits and credit balances
105 IBF deposit liabilities
106 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
107
U.S. addressees (domicile)
108
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
109 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
110
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
111
Other commercial banks in United States
112
Banks in foreign countries
113
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
114
Other banks in foreign countries
115
Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
All other deposits and credit balances
116




76,890
59,225
45,146

14,079
12,349
5,326
7,023
2,046
183
1,863

956
1,774
539

New York

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

165,799
15,663
302
15,361
49,952
44,734
5,218
88,695
6,383
82,312

64,078
49,146
40,609
8,537
9,915
4,949
4,965
1,924
183

11,441
48

878
1,737
479

7,423
4,705
3,300
1,405
239
62

1,741

California

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

Illinois

IBFs
only3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

147,300
9,647
286
9,361
44,981
40,575
4,406
81,712
5,783
75,929

3,788
2,896
1,042
1,853
811
6
805
11
0
11

9,424
445
15
430
3,905
3,371
534
4,722
349
4,373

3,034
2,374
1,521
853
644
357
288
2
0
2

2,490
43

10,912
48

18
22
31

352
0

2
1
10

21
0

268
221

6,351
3,813
2,793
1,019
229
61

1

42
668

518
150
1,759
234
1,525

221
207
204
3
0
0
0
2
0
2

187

177

168

1,242
23
1,219

1,167
23
1,144

34
1
0
1
11
0
II

313
386
539

288
375
479

31

6,573
4,187
3,049
1,138
109
14
95
1,126
7
1,118

5,745
3,527
2,657
870

1,057
7
1,050

10
0

258
355
539

233
349
479

2
1
31

69,467
54,521

3,520
2,674
855
1,819
810

2,813
2,167
1,318
849

804
160
644

57,727
45,333
37,815
7,518
9,685
4,888
4,797
756
160
597

6
805
0
0
0

357
288
0
0
0

643
1,389

590
1,362

16
19

1
1

191
148
125
22
0
0
0

100

13
87

41,846

12,674
12,111
5,264
6,847

1
1
10

2
3

201
187
184
3
0
0
0
2
0
2

10

1
1

10

644

2,490
43

165,799
15,663
302
15,361
49,952
44,734
5,218
88,695
6,383
82,312

147,300

9,424

9,647
286
9,361
44,981
40,575
4,406
81,712
5,783
75,929

445
15

430
3,905
3,371
534
4,722
349
4,373

42
668
518
150
1,759
234
1,525

11,441
48

10,912
48

352
0

21
0

103

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19901—Continued
Millions of dollars
June 30
Item

All states
Total
including
IBFs

1 1 7 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
118
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
1 19 Other commercial banks in United States
120 Other
121 Other borrowed money
122 Owed to nonrelated commercial banks in
United States (including IBFs)
123 Owed to U S offices of nonrelated U S banks
. .
124 Owed to U.S. branches and agencies of nonrelated foreign
banks
..
125 Owed to nonrelated banks in foreign countries
126 Owed to foreign branches of nonrelated U S banks
127 Owed to foreign offices of nonrelated foreign banks
128 Owed to others

2

New York
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Illinois

California
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

IBFs
only 3

79,142
16,789
31,030
31,323
135,777

7,439
2,696
331
4,412
37,785

55,542
9,972
19,971
25,599
82,042

4,360
864
166
3,330
21,252

15,819
4,869
6,786
4,164
38,923

2,506
1,444
150
913
10,461

6,853
1,902
3,685
1,265
12,927

537
389
15
134
5,400

78,483
34,239

13,577
2,290

43,816
19,335

4,996
887

25,996
10,724

5,949
950

7,421
3,575

2,160
212

44,244
22,666
1,895
20,770
34,628

1 1 ,287
22,128
1,846
20,282
2,080

24,481
14,735
1,020
13,715
23,490

4,109
14,271
971
13,299
1,985

15,272
4,479
654
3,825
8,449

4,999
4,417
654
3,764
95

3,846
3,247
212
3,035
2,258

1,949
3,239
212
3,027
0

129 All other liabilities
130
Branch or agency liability on acceptances executed and
outstanding
,
131
Other liabilities to nonrelated parties

51,451

5,775

38,807

4,698

9,793

725

2,134

263

32,263
19,188

n.a.
5,775

23,661
15,146

n.a.
4,698

7,342
2,451

n.a.
725

821
1,314

n.a.
263

132 Net due to related depository institutions 5
1 33 Net due to head office and other related depository
institutions 5
134 Net due to establishing entity, head office,
and other related depository institutions 5

65,260

32,767

31,394

21,075

8,196

3,922

13,474

5,008

65,260

n.a.

31,394

n.a.

8,196

n.a.

13,474

n.a.

n.a.

32,767

n.a.

21,075

n.a.

3,922

n.a.

5,008

1,710
1,215

iL

1,458
951

A

2,631

1,951

414

103

74,144
42,479
31,664

n.a.

42,967
22,743
20,223

16,410
10,804
5,607

n.a.

8,929
5,309
3,620

64,256
21,357
42,898

1r

39,726
13,193
26,533

V

v

7,453
3,170
4,283

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

135
136
137
138
139
140

MEMO
Noninterest bearing balances with commercial banks in United
States
Holding of commercial paper included in total loans ,
Holding of own acceptances included in commercial and
industrial loans
Commercial and industrial loans with remaining maturity of
one year or less . . .
Predetermined interest rates
,
Floating interest rates
.

141 Commercial and industrial loans with remaining maturity of
more than one year
142 Predetermined interest rates
143 Floating interest rates

144 Components of total nontransaction accounts, included in total
deposits and credit balances of nontransactional accounts,
including IBFs
145 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more
146 Other time deposits in denominations of $100,000 or more . .
147 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more with
remaining maturity of more than twelve months

84,354
48,568
15,390

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

20,397

n.a.

Total
including
IBFs
148 Market value of securities held
..
149 Immediately available funds with a maturity greater than one
day included in other borrowed money
150 Number of reports filed6

104




14

14

n.a.

73,141
40,851
13,294
18,995

IBFs
only 3

12,690
4,062
8,627
Total
excluding
IBFs

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

Total
including
IBFs

103
223

0

3,895
2,508
719
669

IBFs
only 3

V

IBFs
only 3

218

n.a.

n.a.

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

13,769

36,274

11,919

3,464

1,232

1,206

81,947
556

n.a.

47,082
254

n.a.

25,173
131

n.a.

8,451
54

0

n.a.

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

41,549

0

0
1 L

2,802
1,360
1,224

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

Total
including
IBFs

77
37

0

IBFs
only3
536

n.a.
0

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19901—Continued
Millions of dollars
September 30
Item

All states
Total
including
IBFs

1 Total assets4

2

New York
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Illinois

California
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

IBFs
only 3

583,700

259,369

424,933

206,844

85,596

26,136

45,396

16,198

2 Claims on nonrelated parties
3 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
4
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits . . .
5
Currency and coin (U.S. and foreign)
6
Balances with depository institutions in United States
7
U.S. branches and agencies of other
foreign banks (including IBFs)
8
Other depository institutions in United States (including
IBFs)
9
Balances with banks in foreign countries
and with foreign central banks . . .
10
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
11
Other banks in foreign countries and
foreign central banks
12 Balances with Federal Reserve Banks

527,717
143,764
1,573
23
72,385

202,337
118,410
6
n.a.
50,528

383,598
118,849
1,512
17
60,701

162,662
96,508
6
n.a.
41,426

78,189
8,682
28
1
4,439

18,915
7,938
0
n.a.
3,804

45,022
14,109
5
1
6,479

15,426
12,677
0
n.a.
5,112

63,410

47,739

53,185

38,896

3,870

3,752

5,835

4,924

13 Total securities and loans
14 Total securities, book value
15
U.S. Treasury
16 Obligations of U.S. government agencies
and corporations
17 Other bonds, notes, debentures, and corporate stock
(including state and local securities)
1 8 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements
to resell . . . .
19
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
20
Commercial banks in United States
21
Other
22 Total loans, gross
23
Less: Unearned income on loans
24
Equals: Loans, net
Total loans, gross, by category
25 Real estate loans
26 Loans to depository institutions
27
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
28
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
29
Other commercial banks in United States
30 Other depository institutions in United States
(including IBFs)
31
Banks in foreign countries
32
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
33
Other banks in foreign countries
34 Other financial institutions
35 Commercial and industrial loans
36
U.S. addressees (domicile)
37
Non-U S. addressees (domicile)
38 Acceptance of other banks
39 U S banks
40
Foreign banks
41 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
(including foreign central banks)
42 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities
(secured and unsecured)
43 All other loans
44 All other assets
45
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
46
U.S. addressees (domicile)
47
Non-U. S. addressees (domicile) . . .
...
48
Other assets including other claims on nonrelated parties . .
5
49 Net due from related depository institutions
50
Net due from head office and other related depository
institutions 5
51
Net due from establishing entity, head offices, and other
related depository institutions 5 . . .
52 Total liabilities

4

53 Liabilities to nonrelated parties




8,975

2,788

7,516

2,530

569

52

644

188

68,642
1,462

67,876
1,416

55,670
1,320

55,076
1,274

4,140
70

4,135
70

7,579
68

7,565
68

67,179
1,141

66,460
n.a.

54,350
949

53,802
n.a.

4,070
74

4,065
n.a.

7,511
45

7,497
n.a.

311,978

71,903

206,815

55,925

60,329

9,726

27,207

2,309

46,327
9,805

14,148
n.a.

40,714
9,492

12,313
n.a.

3,661
60

1,200
n.a.

1,371
192

564
n.a.

6,375

n.a.

6,110

n.a.

30,146

14,148

25,112

12,313

3,434

1,200

1,158

564

21,466
13,810
4,085
3,571

4,080
2,483
205
1,392

20,053
12,926
3,671
3,456

3,828
2,286
200
1,342

756
521
180
55

246
191
5
50

214
144
9
61

0
0
0
0

265,824
173
265,651

57,791
36
57,755

166,223
121
166,102

43,645
33
43,612

56,707
38
56,668

8,530
3
8,527

25,843
7
25,836

1,745
0
1,745

41,994
56,963
36,869
31,647
5,221

635
27,942
10,137
9,399
737

21,772
41,441
26,578
22,271
4,307

429
19,062
6,167
5,544
623

13,119
10,384
7,490
7,042
449

136
6,160
3,353
3,258
95

4,452
3,283
2,569
2,124
445

35
1,259
569
549
20

86
20,008
355
19,653
7,794

0
17,805
325
17,480
1,013

36
14,826
282
14,544
5,592

0
12,895
252
12,643
826

49
2,845
62
2,783
996

0
2,808
62
2,746
148

0
714
11
703
711

0
690
11
680
27

137,464
118,023
19,442
1,904
388
1,516

14,881
257
14,624
20

12,445
148
12,297
20

19

80,257
65,439
14,818
1,257
300
956

19

30,679
27,953
2,726
366
28
338

1,690
98
1,592
0
0
0

16,821
16,345
477
219
0
218

319
10
309
0
0
0

14,312

12,955

1 1 ,628

10,549

477

396

116

104

2,800
2,593

11
335

2,193
2,083

10
303

600
86

0
0

0
242

0
0

50,510
26, 1 86
17,737
8,450
24,323
55,983

7,945
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
7,945
57,031

37,881
19,290
11,812
7,477
18,591
41,335

6,401
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
6,401
44,182

8,421
5,733
4,943
790
2,688
7,407

1,004
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
1,004
7,221

3,493
950
948
1
2,543
374

440
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
440
771

55,983

n.a.

41,335

n.a.

7,407

n.a.

n.a.

57,031

n.a.

44,182

n.a.

7,221

n.a.

167

n.a.

21

374

n.a.

n.a.
771

583,700

259,369

424,933

206,844

85,596

26,136

45,396

16,198

510,875

227,212

387,092

185,277

77,514

23,962

30,369

10,374

105

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19901—Continued
Millions of dollars
September 30
Item

All states2
Total
excluding
IBFs

54 Total deposits and credit balances
55
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
56
U.S. addressees (domicile)
57
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
58
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
59
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
60
Other commercial banks in United States
61
Banks in foreign countries
62
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
63
Other banks in foreign countries
64
Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
65
All other deposits and credit balances
, ...
66
Certified and official checks
67 Transaction accounts and credit balances (excluding IBFs)
68
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
69
U.S. addressees (domicile)
70
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
71
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
72
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
73
Other commercial banks in United States
74
Banks in foreign countries
75
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
76
Other banks in foreign countries
77
Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
78
All other deposits and credit balances
79
Certified and official checks
80 Demand deposits (Included in transaction accounts and credit
balances)
81
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
82
U.S. addressees (domicile)
83
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
84
Commercial banks in United States {including IBFs) . . . .
85
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
86
Other commercial banks in United States
87
Banks in foreign countries
88
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
89
Other banks in foreign countries
90
Foreign governments and official institutions {including
foreign central banks)
91
All other deposits and credit balances
92
Certified and official checks
93 Nontransaction accounts {including MMDAs, excluding IBFs)
94
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
95
U.S. addressees (domicile)
96
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
97
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) .
98
U.S. branches and agencies of other
foreign banks
99
Other commercial banks in United States
100
Banks in foreign countries
101
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
102
Other banks in foreign countries
103
Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
104 All other deposits and credit balances
105 IBF deposit liabilities
106
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
107
U.S. addressees (domicile)
108
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
109
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
110
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
111
Other commercial banks in United States
112
Banks in foreign countries
113
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
114
Other banks in foreign countries
115
Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
116
All other deposits and credit balances

106



New York

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

California

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

Illinois

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

73,636
55,066
41,211
13,855
12,249
5,898
6,351
1,919
108
1,811

173,083
16,391
364
16,027
51,793
46,837
4,956
94,695
6,379
88,316

60,626
44,678
36,639
8,039
10,161
5,616
4,545
1,782
108
1,675

154,302
10,172
364
9,809
47,494
43,262
4,232
87,120
5,853
81,266

4,077
3,042
1,107
1,935
751
16
735
17
0
17

10,081
281
0
281
3,352
2,839
513
5,936
420
5,516

3,208
2,576
1,603
973
618
229
389
2
0
2

1,742
30
0
30
642
519
123
1,049
92
957

1,184
2,769
449

10,125
80

888
2,724
393

9,437
80

222
23
22

513
0

3
1
7

21
0

7,087
4,457
3,532
925
272
80
191
1,135
24

298
251
214
37
1
0
1
17
0
17

228
216
212
5
0
0
0
2
0
2

359
531
449

321
510
393

2
4
22

1
1
7

7,405
4,982
3,868
1,113
180
16
165
1,012
24
988

6,493
4,270
3,436
834
175
15
161
921
24
897

219
176
151
25
0
0
0
16
0
16

216
205
200
5
0
0
0
2
0
2

299
484
449

261
473
393

2
2
22

1
1
7

65,391
49,666
37,135
12,530
11,972

53,539
40,221
33,107
7,114
9,889

3,779
2,791
893
1,898
750

2,980
2,360
1,392
968
618

5,817
6,155
689
84
606

5,536
4,353
648
84
564

16
735
0
0
0

229
388
0
0
0

826
2,237

568
2,213

219
19

1

8,245
5,400
4,075
1,325
277
81

196
1,230
24
1,206

173,083
16,391
364
16,027
51,793
46,837
4,956
94,695
6,379
88,316

154,302
10,172
364
9,809
47,494
43,262
4,232
87,120
5,853
81,266

10,081
281
0
281
3,352
2,839
513
5,936
420
5,516

1,742
30
0
30
642
519
123
1,049
92
957

10,125
80

9,437
80

513
0

21
0

63* Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19901—Continued
Millions of dollars
September 30
Item

All states
Total
including
IBFs

1 17 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
1 18
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
119
Other commercial banks in United States
120
Other
121 Other borrowed money
..
122 Owed to nonrelated commercial banks in
United States (including IBFs)
..
123
Owed to U S offices of nonrelated U S banks
124
Owed to U.S. branches and agencies of nonrelated foreign
banks
125 Owed to nonrelated banks in foreign countries
126
Owed to foreign branches of nonrelated U S banks
127
Owed to foreign offices of nonrelated foreign banks
128 Owed to others

2

New York
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only1

California
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only1

Illinois
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

IBFs
only- 1

77,004
16,208
28,380
32,415
133,140

6,280
2,212
379
3,689
40,978

55,195
10,980
17,668
26,547
76,577

3,461
973
240
2,248
21,888

14,289
3,448
6,702
4,139
39,409

1,692
697
84
911
11,329

6,911
1,744
3,593
1,575
15,310

1,108
532
55
521
7,239

71,861
25,400

15,015
2,229

36,852
12,807

4,838
847

25,346
8,117

6,704
733

8,318
3,891

3,118
469

46,461
24,616
1,741
22,876
36,663

12,786
24,023
1,723
22,301
1,939

24,045
15,760
884
14,876
23,966

3,992
15,221
866
14,356
1,829

17,228
4,561
548
4,013
9,502

5,971
4,519
548
3,970
106

4,426
4,128
292
3,836
2,865

2,649
4,121
292
3,829
0

129 All other liabilities
130
Branch or agency liability on acceptances executed and
outstanding
131
Other liabilities to nonrelated parties

54,011

6,871

40,392

5,626

9,657

860

3,197

285

31,447
22,565

n.a.
6,871

23,726
16,666

n.a.
5,626

6,327
3,330

n.a.
860

915
2,282

n.a.
285

1 32 Net due to related depository institutions 5
133
Net due to head office and other related depository
institutions 5
134
Net due to establishing entity, head office,
and other related depository institutions 5

72,825

32,157

37,841

21,567

8,082

2,174

15,027

5,823

72,825

n.a.

37,841

n.a.

8,082

n.a.

15,027

n.a.

n.a.

32,157

n.a.

21,567

n.a.

2,174

n.a.

5,823

2,700
1,156

jk

MEMO
135 Noninterest bearing balances with commercial banks in United
States
136 Holding of commercial paper included in total loans
137 Holding of own acceptances included in commercial and
industrial loans
138 Commercial and industrial loans with remaining maturity of
one year or less . .
139
Predetermined interest rates
140
Floating interest rates
...

72,575
40,738
31,837

141 Commercial and industrial loans with remaining maturity of
more than one year
142
Predetermined interest rates
143
Floating interest rates

64,889
20,999
43,890

40,154
12,546
27,608

Total
excluding
IBFs

Total
excluding
IBFs

144 Components of total nontransaction accounts, included in total
deposits and credit balances of nontransactional accounts,
including IBFs
145
Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more
146
Other time deposits in denominations of $100,000 or more . .
147
Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more with
remaining maturity of more than twelve months

2,126




1

2,370
918
1,510
40,103
20,395
19,708

n a.

IBFs
only-1

100
176

0

^

17,639
1 1 ,274
6,366
13,040
4,260
8,780

1r

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

0
A

76

367

n.a.

91
60

9,488
5,505
3,983

n a.

7,333
3,201
4,133

v

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

n.a.

V

IBFs
only 3

79,462
43,741
16,699

n.a,
n.a.
n.a.

68,348
36,584
14,067

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

4,198
2,480
986

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

2,903
1,203
1,526

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

19,022

n.a.

17,697

n.a.

732

n.a.

173

n.a.

Total
including
IBFs
148 Market value of securities held
149 Immediately available funds with a maturity greater than one
day included in other borrowed money
150 Number of reports filed 6

1

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

51,427

13,365

45,351

11,575

4,184

1,158

1,367

81,680
556

n.a.

45,795
256

n.a.

24,493
131

n.a.

10,168
54

0

0

0

IBFs
only 3
564

n.a.
0

107

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19901—Continued
Millions of dollars
December 3 1
Item

All states2
Total
including
IBFs

1 Total assets4

New York

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

California

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

Illinois
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

IBFs
only 3

626,399

287,411

453,401

222,543

90,936

32,522

52,826

21,917

2 Claims on non re luted parties
3 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
4
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits . . .
5 Currency and coin (U S and foreign)
6
Balances with depository institutions in United States
7
U.S. branches and agencies of other
foreign banks (including IBFs)
,
8
Other depository institutions in United States (including
IBFs)
9
Balances with banks in foreign countries
and with foreign central banks
10
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
11
Other banks in foreign countries and
foreign central banks .
12 Balances with Federal Reserve Banks

557,383
154,791
2,251
28
80,764

209,375
125,303
1
n.a.
55,717

399,472
123,799
2,207
20
65,473

164,741
97,146
0
n.a.
42,878

83,458
11,266
25
2
5,543

19,818
10,355
1
n.a.
4,716

52,404
17,301
4
2
8,711

19,374
16,275
0
n.a.
7,715

71,615

52,647

57,829

40,224

5,024

4,666

7,989

7,394

9,149

3,071

7,644

2,654

519

50

722

321

70,753
1,606

69,584
1,387

55,225
1,485

54,268
1,272

5,643
42

5,638
42

8,566
63

8,560
63

69,148
995

68,197
n.a.

53,740
874

52,996
n.a.

5,601
52

5,596
n.a.

8,503
18

8,497
n.a.

13 Total securities and loans

336,533

74,025

225,758

59,732

62,408

7,960

29,923

2,564

50,498
11,065

15,748
n.a.

44,824
10,782

14,169
n.a.

3,636
57

1,029
n.a.

1,473
164

510
n.a.

6,897

n.a.

6,576

n.a.

32,535

15,748

27,465

14,169

3,362

1,029

1,286

510

14,266
8,837
2,330
3,099

2,533
1,319
99
1,115

1 1 ,848
7,204
1,995
2,649

1,934
1,167
64
703

910
438
77
395

472
80
0
392

1,067
941
75
52

55
35
0
20

286,227
191
286,036

58,318
42
58,276

181,074
140
180,934

45,602
39
45,564

58,807
35
58,771

6,934
3
6,930

28,459
9
28,450

2,054
0
2,054

44,684
62,474
42,628
37,548
5,081

470
28,976
10,751
10,310
442

22,859
47,549
31,773
27,239
4,534

255
21,383
6,927
6,581
346

14,071
8,967
7,168
6,904
265

153
4,577
2,824
2,748
76

4,802
4,124
3,504
3,240
264

56
1,565
974
954
20

53
19,792
390
19,402
9,076

0
18,225
363
17,861
1,277

34
15,742
362
15,380
6,819

0
14,456
335
14,121
1,082

15
1,783
7
1,776
1,068

0
1,754
7
1,747
153

3
617
21
597
778

0
591
21
570
36

148,722
127,625
21,097
2,028
601
1,427

15,619
555
15,064
9
0
9

87,399
70,669
16,730
1,083
406
677

13,348
432
12,915
9
0
9

32,846
30,152
2,694
602
151
451

1,623
116
1,507
0
0
0

18,019
17,538
481
298
12
286

281
7
275
0
0
0

12,777

1 1 ,658

10,153

9,251

515

428

119

112

2,471
3,994

53
256
7,515
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
7,515
78,036

1,769
3,444

48
225

5,928
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
5,928
57,802

0
0
1,032
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
1,032
12,704

48
270
4,113
1,170
1,166
4
2,943
422

5
0

38,067
20,335
12,771
7,564
17,733
53,929

650
88
8,875
6,131
5,233
897
2,744
7,478

69,016

n.a.

53,929

n.a.

7,478

n.a.

n.a.

78,036

n.a.

57,802

n.a.

12,704

n.a.

2,543

14 Total securities, book value
,
15 U.S. Treasury
16 Obligations of U.S. government agencies
and corporations
17 Other bonds, notes, debentures, and corporate stock
(including state and local securities)
18 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements
to resell
19 U S branches and agencies of other foreign banks
20 Commercial banks in United States
21
Other
22 Total loans, gross
23
Less: Unearned income on loans
24
Equals* Loans net
Total loans, gross, by category
25 Real estate loans
26 Loans to depository institutions
27 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
28
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks
29
Other commercial banks in United States .
30 Other depository institutions in United States
(including IBFs)
31
Banks in foreign countries
32
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
33
Other banks in foreign countries
34 Other financial institutions
35 Commercial and industrial loans
36 U.S. addressees (domicile)
37 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
38 Acceptance of other banks
39
U.S. banks
40 Foreign banks
, ...
41 Loans to foreign governments and official
institutions (including foreign central banks)
42 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities
(secured and unsecured)
43 All other loans
44 All other assets
45
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
46
U.S. addressees (domicile)
47
Non-U. S. addressees (domicile)
48 Other assets including other claims on nonrelated parties . .
49 Net due from related depository institutions 5
50
Net due from head office and other related depository
institutions 5
51
Net due from establishing entity, head offices, and other
related depository institutions 5

51,792
27,991
19,208
8,784
23,801
69,016

217

n.a.

23

422

n.a.

480
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
480
2,543

n.a.

52 Total liabilities4

626,399

287,411

453,401

222,543

90,936

32,522

52,826

21,917

53 Liabilities to nonrelated parties

547,911

260,221

413,708

206,535

80,667

31,545

37,061

14,303

108



63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 19901—Continued
Millions of dollars
December 31
Item

All states2
Total
excluding
IBFs

New York

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

California

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

54 Total deposits and credit balances
55 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U.S. addressees (domicile)
56
57
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
58 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs)
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . . . .
59
60
Other commercial banks in United States
61 Banks in foreign countries
62
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
63
Other banks in foreign countries
64 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
65
All other deposits and credit balances
Certified and official checks
66

76,297
56,983
42,857
14,126
12,159
6,482
5,677
2,049
149
1,900

195,811
15,894
476
15,419
56,938
50,673
6,264
108,491
5,798
102,692

62,354
45,403
37,207
8,196
10,347
6,374
3,973
1,942
149
1,793

173,124
9,266
476
8,791
51,224
45,706
5,518
98,737
5,132
93,606

4,170

1,804
2,810
492

14,031
457

1,497
2,734
431

13,439
457

238
17
22

67 Transaction accounts and credit balances (excluding IBFs) . .
68 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
69
U.S. addressees (domicile)
70
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
71 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . . . .
72
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . . . .
73
Other commercial banks in United States
74
Banks in foreign countries
75
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
76
Other banks in foreign countries
77
Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
78 All other deposits and credit balances
79 Certified and official checks

8,597
5,518
4,129
1,389
278
106
172
1,122

80 Demand deposits (included in transaction accounts and credit
balances)
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
82
U.S. addressees (domicile)
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
83
84 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
85
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
86
Other commercial banks in United States
87 Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
88
Other banks in foreign countries
89
90 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
All other deposits and credit balances
91
92
Certified and official checks
81

93 Nontransaction accounts (including MMDAs, excluding
IBFs)
94 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U.S. addressees (domicile)
95
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
96
97
Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) .
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
98
Other commercial banks in United States
99
100 Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
101
102
Other banks in foreign countries
103 Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
104

All other deposits and credit balances

105 IBF deposit liabilities
106 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
107
U.S. addressees (domicile)
108
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
109 Commercial banks in United States (including IBFs) . .
1 JO
U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign banks . .
111
Other commercial banks in United States
112 Banks in foreign countries
113
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
114
Other banks in foreign countries
115
Foreign governments and official institutions (including
foreign central banks)
116 All other deposits and credit balances




3,064
1,162
1,902
816
32
784
12
0
12

Illinois

IBFs
only 3
12,866
580
0
580
4,216
3,723
493
7,637
539
7,099

Total
excluding
IBFs
3,598
3,199
2,150
1,049
381
29
352
3
0
3

433
0

IBFs
only3
2,716
144
0
144
981
833
148
1,534
93
1,441
56
0

10

296
225
191
35
1
0

1,112

7,408
4,562
3,582
980
274
105
169
1,039
10
1,029

11

257
242
235
7
0
0
0
3
0
3

372
815
492

312
789
431

19
17
22

1
10

7,837
5,116
3,928
1,188
196
49
148
982
8
974

6,885
4,384
3,489
894
193
47
145
903
8
895

226
163
23
1
0
1
11
0
11

241
226
220
7
0
0
0
3
0
3

298
753
492

238
736
431

19
11
22

10

67,700
51,466
38,728
12,737
11,881
6,376
5,505
926
139
788

54,946
40,841
33,625
7,216
10,073
6,269
3,804
902
139
764

3,874
2,839
972

1,432

1,185

220

10

1,995

1

11
0

140

3,341
2,957
1,915
1,042
381
29
352
0
0
0

1,867

815
32
783
0
0
0

1,945

0

195,811
15,894
476
15,419
56,938
50,673
6,264
108,491
5,798
102,692

173,124
9,266
476
8,791
51,224
45,706
5,518
98,737
5,132
93,606

12,866
580
0
580
4,216
3,723
493
7,637
539
7,099

2,716

14,031
457

13,439
457

433
0

56
0

144
0

144
981
833
148
1,534
93
1,441

109

63. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, 1990*—Continued
Millions of dollars
December 3 1
All states

Item

Total
including
IBFs
117 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
...
118
U S branches and agencies of other foreign banks
...
119
Other commercial banks in United States
1 20
Other
121 Other borrowed money
...
122 Owed to nonrelated commercial banks in
United States (including IBFs)
123 Owed to U.S. offices of nonrelated U.S. banks
124
Owed to U.S. branches and agencies of nonrelated foreign
banks
125 Owed to nonrelated banks in foreign countries
...
126 Owed to foreign branches of nonrelated U.S. banks
1 27
Owed to foreign offices of nonrelated foreign banks
.,.
128 Owed to others

2

New York
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

California
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Illinois
Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
^nly 3

IBFs
only 3

68,427
12,046
22,261
34,119
151,378

8,429
3,231
655
4,543
49,225

50,241
7,092
13,724
29,425
86,085

5,056
1,234
368
3,454
22,893

9,502
3,219
4,384
1,899
44,578

2,150
1,222
207
720
15,662

8,143
1,667
3,801
2,675
18,911

1,201
752
80
369
10,045

80,029
27,075

17,195
4,061

39,965
13,498

5,165
1,172

28,818
9,158

8,164
2,491

9,899
3,938

3,479
258

52,954
30,400
2,271
28,129
40,950

13,133
29,477
2,160
27,318
2,553

26,467
16,145
875
15,270
29,975

3,993
15,303
764
14,539
2,425

19,660
7,422
984
6,438
8,338

5,673
7,375
984
6,392
123

5,961
6,568
365
6,204
2,443

3,221
6,561
365
6,197
5

129 All other liabilities
130
Branch or agency liability on acceptances executed and
outstanding
...
131
Other liabilities to nonrelated parties

55,998

6,755

41,904

5,463

9,551

867

3,694

341

33,857
22,141

n.a.
6,755

25,263
16,641

n.a.
5,463

6,853
2,698

n.a.
867

1,157
2,537

n.a.
341

132 Net due to related depository institutions 5
1 33 Net due to head office and other related depository
institutions 3
134 Net due to establishing entity, head office,
and other related depository institutions 5

78,487

27,190

39,693

16,007

10,269

977

15,765

7,614

78,487

n.a.

39,693

n.a.

10,269

15,765

n.a.

n.a.

27,190

n.a.

16,007

n.a.

n.a.

7,614

2,615
1,892

ii

2,197
1,653

I L

...

n.a.
977

MEMO
Noninterest bearing balances with commercial banks in United
States
Holding of commercial paper included in total loans
Holding of own acceptances included in commercial and
industrial loans
...
Commercial and industrial loans with remaining maturity of
one year or less
.. .
...
Predetermined interest rates
Floating interest rates
.
.
...

2,510

1,775

478

138

79,310
44,423
34,887

43,884
22,759
21,125

19,782
12,317
7,465

10,261
5,953
4,308

141 Commercial and industrial loans with remaining maturity of
more than one year
142 Predetermined interest rates
143 Floating interest rates
...

69,412
21,406
48,006

v

43,515
13,504
30,011

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

135
136
137
138
139
140

144 Components of total nontransaction accounts, included in total
deposits and credit balances of nontransactional accounts,
including IBFs
145 Time CDs in denominations of $100 000 or more
146 Other time deposits in denominations of $100,000 or more . .
147 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more with
remaining maturity of more than twelve months

110



n a.

91

n a.

166
164

13,063
3,167
9,897

1r

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

jk

0

n a.

113
73

1r

7,758
3,459
4,299

IBFs
only 3

Total
excluding
IBFs

0
JL

n.a.

if

IBFs
only 3

77,632
44,055
16,463

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

65,654
36,133
13,838

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

4,242
2,492
1,028

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

3,263
1,564
1,482

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

17,114

n.a.

15,683

n.a.

722

n.a.

217

n.a.

Total
including
IBFs
148 Market value of securities held
. ..
149 Immediately available funds with a maturity greater than one
day included in other borrowed money
150 Number of reports filed 6

92

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3

47,192

14,376

41,620

12,849

3,313

93,905
565

n.a.

52,534
263

n.a.

28,849
130

0

0

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only 3
983

n.a.
0

1,457
11,306
55

IBFs
only 3
505

n.a.
0

64. Claims on foreign countries held by U.S. offices and foreign branches of U.S.-chartered banks,
1989-901
Billions of dollars, end of period

1989

1990

Area or country

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

346.3

340.0

346.5

338.8

333.4

321.4

331.6

316,5

145.5
8.6
11.2
10.2
5.2
2.8
2.3
5.1
65.6
4.0
30.5

145.1
7.8
10.8
10,6
6.1
2.8
1.8
5.4
64.5
5.1
30.2

146.4
6.9
11.1
10.4
6.8
2.4
2.0
6.1
63.7
5.9
31.0

152.9
6.3
11.7
10.5
7.4
3.1
2.0
7.1
67.2
5.4
32.2

146.4
6.6
10.4
11.2
5.9
3.1
2.1
6.2
63.9
4.7
32.2

139.3
6.2
10.2
11.2
5.4
2.7
2.3
6.3
59.8
5.1
30.1

144.3
6.5
11.1
11.1
4.4
3.8
2.3
5.6
62.5
5.1
32.0

131.8
5.9
10.3
10.6
5.0
3.0
2.1
4.4
60.7
5.9
23.8

13 Other developed countries
14 Austria
15 Denmark
16 Finland
17 Greece
18
Norway
19
Portugal
20 Spain
21
Turkey
22
Other Western Europe
23
South Africa
24
Australia

21.1
1.4
1.1
1.0
2.1
1.6
.4
6.6
1.3
1.1
2.2
2.4

21.2
1.7
1.4
1.0
2.3
1.8
.6
6.2
1.1
1.1
2.1
1.9

21.0
1.5
1.1
1.1
2.4
1.4
.4
6.9
1.2
1.0
2.1
2.1

20.7
1.5
1.1
1.0
2.5
1.4
.4
7.1
1.2
.7
2.0
1.6

23.0
1.5
1.2
1.1
2.6
1.7
.4
8.2
1.3
1.0
2.0
2.1

22.4
1.5
1.1
.9
2.7
1.4
.8
7.8
1.4
1.1
1.9
1.8

23.1
1,6
1.1
.8
2.8
1.6
.6
8.4
1.6
.7
1.9
2.0

22.6
1.4
1.1
.7
2.7
1.6
.6
8.3
1.7
.9
1.8
1.8

25 OPEC countries2
26
Ecuador
27
Venezuela
28 Indonesia
29 Middle East countries
30
African countries

16.2
1.6
7.9
1.7
3.3
1.7

16.1
1.5
7.5
1.9
3.4
1.6

16.2
1.5
7.4
2.0
3.5
1.9

17.1
1.3
7.0
2.0
5.0
1.7

15.5
1.2
6.1
2.1
4.3
1.8

15.3
1.1
6.0
2.0
4.4
1.8

14.4
1.1
6.0
2.3
3.3
1.7

12.8
1.0
5.0
2.7
2.5
1.7

31 Non-OPEC developing countries

85.9

83.4

81.2

77.5

68.8

66.7

67.1

65.3

8.5
22.8
5.7
1.9
18.3
.7
2.7

7.9
22.1
5.2
1.7
17.7
.6
2.6

7.6
20.9
4.9
1.6
17.2
.6
2.9

6.3
19.0
4.6
1.8
17.7
.6
2.8

5.6
17.5
4.3
1.8
12.8
.5
2.8

5.2
16.7
3.7
1.7
12.6
.5
2.3

5.0
15.4
3.6
1.8
12.8
.5
2.4

4.9
14.4
3.5
1.8
13.0
.5
2.3

1 Total
2 G-10 countries and Switzerland
3
Belgium-Luxembourg
4
France
5
Germany
6
Italy
7
Netherlands
8
Sweden
9
Switzerland
10 United Kingdom
11
Canada
12
Japan

Dec.

32
33
34
35
36
37
38

Latin America
Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Mexico
Peru
Other Latin America

39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
India
Israel
Korea (South)
Malaysia
Philippines
Thailand
Other Asia

.5
4.9
2.6
.9
6.1
1.7
4.4
1.0
.8

.3
5.2
2.4
.8
6.6
1.6
4.4
1.0
.8

.3
5.0
2.7
.7
6.5
1.7
4.0
1.3
1.0

.3
4.5
3.1
.7
5.9
1.7
4.1
1.3
1.0

.3
3.8
3.5
.6
5.3
1.8
3.7
1.1
1.2

.2
3.6
3.6
.7
5.6
1.8
3.9
1.3
1.1

,2
4.0
3.6
.6
6.2
1.8
3.9
1.5
1.6

.2
3.5
3.3
.5
6.1
1.9
3.8
1.5
1.7

48
49
50
51

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
Zaire
Other Africa 3

.5
.9
.0
1.1

.6
.9
.0
1.1

.5
.8
.0
1.0

.4
.9
.0
1.0

.4
.9
.0
.9

.5
.9
.0
.8

.4
.9
.0
.8

.4
.8
.0
1.0

3.5
.7
1.7
1.1

3.4
.6
1.7
1,1

3.5
,8
1.7
1.1

3.5
.7
1.6
1.3

3.3
.8
1.4
1.2

2.9
.4
1.4
1.1

2.7
.4
1.3
1.1

2.3
.2
1,2
.9

56 Offshore banking centers
57 Bahamas
58
Bermuda
59 Cayman Islands and other British West Indies . . .
60 Netherlands Antilles
61
Panama4
62
Lebanon
63 Hong Kong
64 Singapore
65 Other*

48.7
15.8
1.1
12.2
.9
2.2
.1
9.6
6.8
.0

43.2
11.0
.7
10.8
1.0
1.9
.1
10.4
7.3
.0

49.2
11.4
1.3
15.3
1.1
1.5
.1
10.7
7.8
.0

36.6
5.5
1.7
9.0
2.3
1.4
.1
9.7
7.0
.0

42.9
9.2
.9
10.9
2.6
1.3
.1
9.8
8.0
.0

40.0
8.5
2.2
8.5
2.3
1.4
.1
10.0
7.0
.0

41.8
8.9
4.0
9.0
2.2
1.5
.1
8.7
7.5
.0

40.9
2.8
4.3
10.4
7.9
1.4
.1
7.4
6.5
.0

66 Miscellaneous and unallocated 6

25.0

27.4

28.7

30.3

33.3

34.5

38.1

40.6

52 Eastern Europe
53
U.S.S.R
54
Yugoslavia
55
Other




111

65. Discount rates of foreign central banks, 19901
Percent per year, averages of daily figures

January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

...

.

Switzerland

Austria

Month-end

Belgium

Canada

France

Germany

Italy

Japan

Netherlands

Sweden

65
iL

10 25

12.29
13.25
13.51
13.80
13.92
13.83
13.48
12.92
12.65
12.66
12.26
11.72

10.0
10.0
10.0
9.5

60

13 5

4.25
4.25
5.25

70
j

10.5
10.5
12.0
12.0
11.0

60
iL

11.0
11.5
11.5

\f

.......

J

...
..
.

1f

10 25
10 5
10 5

ir

,

65

\
1

i

13 5
12 5

1

9.5
9.25
9.25

jt

1

12 5

f

6.0

70
7 25
7 25

1

60

5.25
6.0

60

66. Foreign short-term interest rates, 19901
Averages of daily figures, percent per year
Country or type
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

|

Jan.

822

Eurodollars
United Kingdom
Canada
Germany
Switzerland
Netherlands
France
Italy
Belgium .
Japan
.

Feb.
8.24
15.07
12.96
8 27
9.31
8 93
10.93
13 22
10.54
7.15

15,13
12 24
8 22
9.35
8 82
11.19
12 88
10.48
7 03

Mar. | Apr. [ May | June |
8 37
15.23
13.35
8 42
8.88
8 70
10.56
13 03
10.39
7 50

8 44
15.17
1359
8 20
9.01
8 46
9.92
12 11
10.19
7 50

8 35
15.11
13.77
8 27
8.78
8 37
9.70
12 09
9.90
7.39

8.23
14.95
13.76
8.24
8.71
8 26
9.94
11.33
9.63
7.41

July
8.09
14.92
13.58
8.17
8.81
8 16
9.91
11.38
9.30
7.68

[ Aug. | Sept. | Oct.
7 99
14.95
13.13
8 36
8.71
8 44
10.03
11 49
9.30

802

8.07
14.88
12.63
8.39
8.11
8.42
10.24
10.65
9.04
8.37

8.06
14.02
12.58
8 51
7.88
8 39
9.92
11.40
8.89
8.26

| Nov. | Dec.
8.04
13.57
12.36
8.79
8.39
8.73
9.88
12.42
9.03
8.35

7.87
13.75
11.95
9.17
8.65
9.27
10.14
13.45
9.81
8,27

67. Index of weighted-average exchange value of U.S. dollar, 19901
March 1973=100
Year

1990

112



Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

93 00

92 25

94 11

93 51

92 04

92 43

89 68

86 55

86 10

83 43

82 12

83 35

68. Foreign exchange rates, 19901
Currency units per U.S. dollar, except where otherwise noted
Country /currency

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Australia/dollar2 . . .
Austria/schilling . . .
Belgium/franc
Canada/dollar
China, P. R. /yuan . .
Denmark/krone . . . .

78.111
11.904
35.451
1.1720
4.7339
6.5620

75.932
11.803
34.998
1.1965
4.7339
6.4729

75.562
11.514
35.398
1.1800
4.7339
6.5349

76.366
11.862
34.868
1.1641
4.7339
6.4305

76.106
11.699
34.325
1.1747
4.7339
6.3349

77.903
11.843
34.602
1.1730
4.7339
6.4080

79.076
11.520
33.715
1.1570
4.7339
6.2339

80.871
1 1 .044
32.280
1.1448
4.7339
6.0033

82.512
11.044
32.282
1.1583
4.7342
5.9961

80.060
10.719
31.373
1.1600
4.7339
5.8117

77.290
10.451
30.647
1.1635
4.9714
5.6946

77.019
10.539
31.014
1.1603
5.2352
5.7735

7 Finland/markka . . . .
8 France/franc
9 Germany/deutsche
mark
10 Greece/drachma . . .
1 1 Hong Kong/doilar
12 India/rupee
13 Ireland/punt 2

4.0080
5.7568

3.9642
5.6897

4.0276
5.7555

3.9923
5.6638

3.9270
5.5989

3.9561
5.6613

3.8386
5.4924

3.7051
5.2680

3.7113
5.2575

3.6187
5.1032

3.5644
5.0020

3.6341
5.0895

1.6914
157,68
7.8116
16 963
156.31

1.6758
158.04
7.8103
16.990
158.28

1 .7053
162.44
7.8129
17 116
156.26

1 .6863
163.77
7.7966
17 294
158.97

1 .6630
163.82
7.7877
17 325
161.21

1.6832
164.78
7.7855
17 421
159.28

1.6375
160.59
7.7704
17.412
163.75

1.5702
154.82
7.7707
17 347
170.86

1.5701
154.93
7.7647
17 860
170.91

1.5238
153.17
7.7722
18 074
176.04

1
2
3
4
5
6

14
15
16
17

Italy/lira
Japan/yen
Malay sia/ringgit . . .
Netherlands/
guilder
18 New Zealand/
dollar2
19 Norway/krone
20 Portugal/escudo . . .
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Singapore/dollar . . .
South Africa/rand . .
South Korea/won . .
Spain/peseta
Sri Lanka/rupee . . .
Sweden/krona
Switzerland/franc . .
Taiwan/dollar
Thailand/baht
United Kingdom/
pound

MEMO
3 1 United States/
dollar3




1 .4857
1 .4982
152.27
156.08
7.8034
7.7951
18.098
18.127
180.18
Mini

1,261.87 1,243.68 1,257.67 1,238.38 1,221.93 1,235.60 1,199.65 1,157.07 1,172.87 1,141.62 1 117.04 1,129.26
15404
149 04
144 98
145.69
153 31
158 46
153 70
138 44
129 22
133 89
147 46
129 59
2.7264
2.7024
2.7137
2.7170
2.7104
2.7051
2.7041
2.6959
2.6995
2.6956
2.6949
2.7030
1 9073

1.8892

1.9204

1.8984

1 8704

60.220
6 5462
149.17

59.156
64760
147.71

58.471
6 5972
150.59

57.883
6 5457
149.29

1.8641
1.8873
2.5449
2.5532
692.47
686.18
108.27
109.71
40.018
40.018
6.1776
6.1250
1.5175
1.4879
26.118
26.081
25.733
25.745

1.8777
2.6158
700.50
109.37
40.018
6.1683
1.5133
26.361
25.926

1 8946

1.8452

1.7692

1 7699

1 7180

1.6761

1 .6904

57.293
6 4477
147.08

58.254
59.147
6 2925
6 4700
143.93
147.90

61.294
6 0810
138.71

62 077
60735
139.18

61.129
5 8241
134.41

61.120
5 7996
130.87

59.574
5 8717
132.82

1.8783
2.6552
708.76
107.00
40.018
6.1160
1.4866
26.369
26.024

1.8589
2.6468
711.85
103.98
40.023
6.0560
1.4198
26.961
25.928

1.8471
1.8193
2.6592
2.6253
718.75
718.07
100.41
103.91
40.018
40.018
6.0896
5.9470
1.4250
1.3924
27.163
27.391
25.876
25.706

1.7905
2.5734
718.26
96.90
40.007
5.7754
1.3076
27.291
25.579

1.7671
2.5712
717.87
98.49
39.953
5.7663
1.3069
27.302
25.376

J.7257
2.5445
717.76
95.59
40,285
5.6411
1.2818
27.288
25.130

1.7100
1.7275
2.5247
2.5395
717.03
718.58
94.07
95.75
40.244
40.355
5.5633
5.6338
1.2814
1.2569
27.245
27.162
25.078
25.208

165 12

169 61

162 45

163 72

167 74

171 03

18098

190 13

187 94

194 56

19642

192.19

93 00

92.25

94 11

93 51

92 04

92 43

89 68

86 55

86 10

83 43

82.12

83.35

113

Part 2-Special Tables




69. Statement of condition of each Federal Reserve Bank, 19901
Millions of dollars
Item

Total

Boston

New
York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

ASSETS
11,058

750

3,501

384

688

1,008

465

1,377

346

203

422

585

1,329

10 018

711
41'
14

3 395

319
31
24

645
39

303
54
12

1 336

o

961
105
6

33
20

307
36
28

172
13
6

334
33
10

463
44
23

1 072

16
23

426

2 341
1,341

185

380

590

221

773

184

101

207

226

706

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

U.S. Treasury securities
1 Bought outright2
235 090
8 Held under repurchase agreement . . 17,013

15 794
0

86 783
17,013

6 846
0

14 084
0

21 881
0

8 209
0

28 672
0

6 817
0

3 755
0

7 672
0

8 391
0

26 185
0

9 Total loans and securities

16,233 107,501

1 Gold certificate account
2 Special drawing rights
certificate account
3 Coin .
..
4 Loans

,

535
190

Federal agency obligations
5 Bought outright
6 Held under repurchase agreement . .

6 342
1,341

89
25

7,055

14,464

22,476

8,443

29,465

7,028

3,862

7,890

8,640

26,917

6,106

287

570

527

257

341

581

685

76

45

36

122

478

977

90

280

365

872

759

58

110

28

33

54

72

149

32 633
6,376
0

1 207

8 844
2,374
287
1,909 -1,044

1,468

1 795

2 023

3 198

4 079

2 480

332

-702

327,573

21,515 125,233

9,307

267 657

18 879 102 697

259,975

10 Items in process of collection
1 1 Bank premises
Other assets
12 Denominated in foreign
currencies3 .
....
13 Other
14 Interdistrict Settlement Account . . .
15 Total assets

336

759

881
146

979
107

1 273

906

168

224

559

1,077 -5,674

2,887

2,974

183

-189

-926

986

- 1 ,482

19,332

22,270

16,325

40,892

9,235

5,546

9,725

14,472

33,722

7 078

17 005

18 904

11 768

36 047

7 507

3 929

7 799

1 1 481

24 563

179

4 405

LIABILITIES
16 Federal Reserve notes
17
18
19
20
21

Deposits
Depository institutions
U.S. Treasury, General accounts . . .
Foreign, Official accounts
Ail other
Total deposits

23 Other liabilities and accrued
dividends 4 . . . .
24 Total liabilities

2 109
0
6
3
2,118

9,934
8,960
259
156
19,310

1,774
0
7
2
1,782

1,817
0
8
2
1,827

2,654
0
9
16
2,679

3,723
0
15
3
3,740

3,511
0
19
31
3,560

1,410
0
4
1
1,415

1,028
0
5
6
1,039

1,202
0
6
9
1,217

1,757
0
11
7
1,775

3,540

22 Deferred credit items

38,658
8,960
369
242
48,228

132

382

132

83

119

226

343

105

395

430

746

192

3 301

322,727

.

7,741
0
20
7
7,768
448

1 511

84

167

271

100

342

80

46

95

100

313

21,320 123,899

9,077

19,082

21,974

15,834

40,292

9,108

5,408

9,540

14,102

33,092

667
667

115
115

125
125

148
148

246
246

300
300

64
64

69
69

93
93

185
185

315
315

21,515 125,233

9,307

19,332

22,270

16,325

40,892

9,235

5,546

9,725

14,472

33,722

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
2,423
2,423

25 Capita) paid in
....
26 Surplus
,
27 Total liabilities and capital
accounts

327,573

97
97

FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE STATEMENT
28 Federal Reserve notes issued to
Reserve Bank by Federal
Reserve Agent and
outstanding
304,829
29
LESS: Notes held by issuing Bank,
and forwarded for
redemption
37 172
30 Federal Reserve notes net5

....

267 657

Collateral held by Federal Reserve
Agent/or notes issued to Bank
31 Gold certificate account
32 Special drawing rights certificate
account

11,058
10,018

33 U.S. Treasury and federal
agency securities

246,581

34 Total collateral

267,657




....

117

70. Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks, 19901
Dollars
Item

Total

Boston

New York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

CURRENT INCOME
1 Loans
2 U.S. Treasury and federal
agency securities
3 Foreign currencies
4 Priced services
5 Other

117 880,135

40 249 682

5,464,905

1 139 773

773,106

20,018,180

19 994 508 215
2,603,894,184
730 186 109
30,135,008

1 ,306 870 543
96,019,740
49 907 873
1 ,446,638

7 365 276 260
705,168,806
101 758 531
18.987,456

577 158 997
117.823.929
34 801 129
751,767

1,176,904,432
143.052.007
43,460,010
623,088

1 791,699,651
160,792,748
64 590,430
757,145

6 Total

23,476,603,651

1,494,494,476

8,196,655,958

731,675,595

1,364,812,663

2,037,878,154

735,493,281
103 289,945
14,240,661
29 034 262
33,036,021
83,469,068
10,515,853
53,429,530

47,515,067
10 759 140
1,774,207
1 355 731
1,959,097
4,698,513
888,668
3,034,794

146.498,114
29.524,292
2,064,370
3 380 97 1
6,932,128
10,697,727
2,331,254
9,089,781

40,195,918
9 649 825
477.548
1 410 768
2,333,050
4,749,278
562,665
3.088,159

42,434,690
9.364,895
2.919,355
2 222 684
1,599,642
5,682,049
565,649
3,077,771

56,837,128
H 174,977
737,277
2 212 110
3,114,658
7,001,867
677,257
5,146,708

CURRENT EXPENSES
7 Salaries and other personnel
expenses
8 Retirement and other benefits* . .
9 Fees
10 Travel
1 1 Software expenses
12 Postage and other shipping costs
13 Communications
14 Materials and supplies
15
16
17
18
19

Building expenses
Taxes on real estate
Property depreciation
Utilities
Rent
Other

22,430,224
33 544 757
25 485,512
22 029 168
19,996,030

4,169,506
2 577 025
2 034 009
591 891
923 873

3,817,714
3 675 115
3,512,892
15 137 216
2 864,504

1,761,760
1 736 233
2 726 802
45 162
1 217 055

1,324,457
1 684 906
1,729,422
390 890
782,139

2,132,801
4 275 63 1
2,148.164
615 099
2,024,188

20
21
22
23

Equipment
Purchases
Rentals
Depreciation
Repairs and maintenance

6 266 935
20 978,038
84 4 1 2 879
51 197 499

259 909
424 1 l 7
6 198 427
3 115 571

3 315
4 092,647
16 868 964
7 995 893

276 083
650 406
4 107 162
2 141 221

178 209
1 073,840
5 938 15?
3.540,608

696 110
1,084,527
8 199 616
5,144,284

24
25
26
27
28

Earnings-credit costs
Other
Shared costs, net3
Recoveries
Expenses capitalized 4

138,696,901
40 145 704
0
(35 204 879)
(2,441,365)

9,265,041
2 370 076
(1,031,130)
(8 565 482)
(171 ,964)

14,357,035
5 846 209
374,458
(3 990 803)
(6,317)

12,304.551
1 1 757 050
2,285,312
(2 750 418)
(39 324)

10.432,184
2 25S 672
608,389
(3 293 745)
(368,473)

12,372,510
1 569 5 SO
(3,729,457)
(4 007 755)
(262,789)

29 Total

1,490,046,024

94,146,086

285,067,479

100,686,246

94,143,385

121,805,061

30 Reimbursements
31 Net expenses

(140,320,212)
1 349 725 812

(5 973 210)
88 172 856

(28,216,330)
256 851 149

(16 768 465)
83 917 781

(14.193,063)
79 950 322

{9 168,663)
1 12 616 198

PROFIT AND Loss
32 Current net income

33
34
35
36

Additions to and deductions from
current net income
Profits on sales of U.S. Treasury and
federal agency securities
Profit on foreign exchange
transactions
..
Other additions
Total additions

37 Total deductions
38 Net additions to or deductions ( - )
from current net income . . . .
39 Cost of unreimbursed Treasury
services
Assessments by Board
40 Board expenditures 5
41 Cost of currency
42 Net income before payments to
U.S. Treasury
43 Dividends paid
44 Payments to U.S. Treasury (interest
on Federal Reserve notes)
45 Transferred to surplus
46 Surplus January 1
47 Surplus, December 31

118



22 126 877,836

1,406 321 620

8 000 298 873

647 757 814

1 284 862 341

1 925 241 756

62,929,318

4,232,357

23,246,076

1,832,900

3,772,191

5,866,672

2 139 391 108
375 560
2 202 695 985

79 157 471

579 774 990
25 801
603 046 867

96 272 600
3 128
98 108 628

11 7 666 5 1 1
1 1 4V
121 450 134

132 642 249
11 Oil
138 521 954

(1 225,589)

718
83 390 545

(561)

(541 196)

(1 325)

(1 712)

(16 064)

2 201,470,397

83 389 984

602,505,671

98 107 303

121 448 422

1 18 505 890

102,141,926

4,836,318

15,561,379

14,618,868

11.878,601

6,766,915

103,752,200
1 93 006 998

3,832,500
13 705 211

28,184,700
65 406 596

4,531,200
6 150 167

5,676.400
12 427 914

6,446,700
18 507 249

23 929 447,109
140 757 879

1,467 337 5S5
5 235 308

8 493 651 869
38 420 1 60

720 564 882
6 268 895

1 376 327 848
7 488 514

2 012 026 782
8 693 667

23,608,397,730

1,448,087,847

8,395,856,909

699,100,887

1,366,983,763

2,014,703,415

1 80 29 1 ,500
2 242 860 100
2,423,151,600

14 014 400
83 267 100
97,281,500

59 374 800
607 678 250
667,053,050

15 195 100
99 978 900
115 174,000

1 855 550
123 500 150
125,355,700

8 629 700
1 19 430 700
148,060,400

70. Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks, 19901—Continued
Dollars
Item

Atlanta

Chicago

St. Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas City

Dallas

San Francisco

CURRENT INCOME

6 Total

2,087,399

5,552,980

5,596,473

1,607,339

400
767
707
513

2,405,484,721
326 135 464
95,255,549
2 716 550

586,281,665
70 467 315
30,802,461
438 178

322,274,531
78 441 171
40,885,955
450 663

690 057,809
101 876 219
47 558,582
480 395

1,099,218,417

1 Loans
2 U.S. Treasury and federal
agency securities
3 Foreign currencies
4 Priced services . . .
5 Other

2,831,679,683

693,542,599

447,648,793

66 832 802
16,133,375
1 293 314
2 597 069
1,868,807
9,646,123
1,046,536
5,589,045

81,070 631
18,028,116
735 962
3,649,191
4,536,470
9,205,692
1,088,629
6,037,754

34,041,937
7,814,086
599 958
1,738,101
1,499,814
3,793,571
517,051
3,253,717

1,222,030
754 680
254 370
87 925
1 019

32,125,189

2,023,079

684
785
046
160

2,272,868,522
352 012 233
83,452,816
1 735 455

841,580,344

1 ,025,324,864

2,712,092,105

32 900 836
7,567,243
1 221 787
1,642,836
2,041,052
5,575,392
428,917
2,328,309

49 667 628
11,656,552
487 344
2 365 1 19
1,478,037
5,775,017
678,321
3,751,885

49 959 388
11,033,952
601 107
2,266 996
2,142,351
4,413,846
823.891
3.548,880

87 539 142
18,877,557
1 328 432
4,172,686
3,530,915
12,229,993
907,015
5,482,727

744,950
197 733
49,787
728

CURRENT EXPENSES
7 Salaries and other personnel
expenses
8 Retirement and other benefits 2
9 Fees
10 Travel
1 1 Software expenses
12 Postage and other shipping costs . . .
13 Communications
14 Materials and supplies
15
16
17
18
19

Building expenses
Taxes on real estate
Property depreciation
Utilities
Rent
Other

1,855,033
2 843 413
2,359,780
626 277
2,085,518

3,247,884
4,540 872
2,431,704
2,098 123
4,446,000

457,535
1,347,604
1,577,412
424,233
715,635

(512,222)
1 070 750
862,384
301 122
727,843

815,680
2 616 875
1,531,046
291 847
954,877

759,975
1 504 911
1,134,661
1 275 902
891,627

2,600,101
5,671,422
3,237,036
2 1 1 ,406
2,362,571

20
21
22
23

Equipment
Purchases
Rentals
Depreciation
Repairs and maintenance

570 159
2 533,938
8 059 587
5,991,957

809 927
3,978,779
11,740 795
8,038,433

306,922
489,331
2 768,897
2,090,245

891 745
567,201
3 681 210
2,659,913

302 592
2,042,096
2 940 260
1,973,210

526 377
1,502 356
5 223 149
2,606,325

1 445,387
2,538,800
8 686,660
5,699,839

24
25
26
27
28

Earnings-credit costs
Other
Shared costs, net3
Recoveries
Expenses capitalized4

13,094,898
3 176 159
1,544,040
(2 263 906)
(308,915)

22,943,253
4,893 725
(6,878,249)
(2,709 274)
(272,671)

5,491,021
1 575,550
1,436,415
(1,446,307)
(85,670)

6,426,341
1 303 245
2,103,013
(795 238)
(40,330)

10,119,796
1 892 206
1,191,877
(81 1 021)
(425,325)

6,847,610
1 975 755
1,316,229
(798 616)
(350,692)

15,042,660
1 530,507
779,103
(3,772,294)
(108,895)

29 Total

147,175,009

183,661,746

70,407,058

72,953,349

101,295,919

30 Reimbursements . .
31 Net expenses

(10 572,072)
1 36 602 937

(13,168,250)
170,493 496

(8,149,074)
62,257,984

(4,705,348)
68 248 00 1

(9,037,973)
92 257 946

962 615 479

2,661,186 186

631,284,615

379,400,792

749 322,398

932.455 734

2,546,130,229

2,187,369

7,678,024

1,822,998

1 ,004,423

2,046,761

2,240,131

6,999,416

209 660 329
169,900
212,017,597

267,423 888
9,672
275,111,585

57 763,560
6,401
59,592,959

64 181 733
86,130
65,272,286

83 436 253
164
85,483,178

162 593 724
41,452
164,875,307

288,817,800
7,728
295,824,944

99,205,980

179,992,770

(6,336,848)
92,869 132

(14,030,896)
165,961,874

PROFIT AND Loss
32 Current net income

33
34
35
36

Additions to and deductions from
current net income
Profits on sales of U.S. Treasury and
federal agency securities
Profit on foreign exchange
transactions
Other additions
Total additions

37 Total deductions . .
...
38 Net additions to or deductions ( - )
from current net income
39 Cost of unreimbursed Treasury
services
Assessments by Board
40 Board expenditures5
41 Cost of currency
42 Net income before payments to
U.S. Treasury
43 Dividends paid . . .
44 Payments to U.S. Treasury (interest
on Federal Reserve notes)
45 Transferred to surplus
46 Surplus January 1
47 Surplus, December 31




(24,716)

(10,373)

211,986,696

275,086,868

59,582,586

65,189,717

85,333,420

164,872,886

7,439,483

10,162,026

4,674,951

3,893,281

6,853,796

4,278,286

10,157,200
15 840 582

12,908,700
25,741 345

2,834,800
5,923,963

3,094,200
3 3 1 1 034

4,051,400
6 428 486

7,937,300
8 914 997

14,097,100
20 649,434

1,151,164,911
14 123 790

2,887,460,983
17,329,763

677,433,487
3,772,407

434,291,993
4,061,449

817,322,136
5 407 333

1,076,198,037
1 1 ,027 264

2,795,666,626
18,929,309

1,110,356,270

2,850,606,670

671,682,930

429,101,544

807,648,854

1,050,998,473

2,763,270,166

26 684 850
218 822 250
245,507,100

19,524,550
280,506 350
300,030,900

1,978,150
61 582,150
63,560,300

1 129,000
67 382 400
68,511,400

4 265 950
88 237 400
92,503,350

(30,901)

(82,569)

(149 759)

(2 421)

14,172 300
170 564 500
184,736,800

(363,991)
295,460,953
11,178,022

13,467,150
301 909,950
315,377,100

119

71. Banks and branches—Number in operation, by state, 1990
Commercial and mutual savings banks

Number maintaining branches or additional offices
Mutual
savings

Commercial

Mutual
savings

Commercial

Jurisdiction
Total

United States

Nonmember

Member
Total

National

State

Insured

Noninsured 1

Insured

Noninsured

Total

Member
Total

Nonmember

National

State

Insured

Noninsured

Insured

Noninsured

13,032

12,669

3,986

1,054

7,356

273

363

0

7,336

7,014

2,357

567

4,056

34

322

0

220
10
41
260
516

220
9
41
260
516

52
4
12
79
161

20
1
9
8
40

148
3
17
170
288

0
1
3
3
27

0
1
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

141
6
29
184
355

141
6
29
184
355

37
4
9
70
103

11
0
6
4
22

93
2
14
110
219

0
0
0
0

11

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

460
131
52
26
454

460
70
51
26
454

255
18
17
24
168

59
0
3
0
73

132
51
28
2
200

14
1
3
0
13

0
61
1
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

117
97
14
15
288

117
39
13
15
288

76
6
14
112

9
0
1
0
39

32
28
6
1
135

0
0
0
0
2

0
58
1
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

410
25
22
1,110
305

410
25
22
1,110
303

72
3
7
343
87

13
0
2
74
34

324
18
13
673
181

1
4
0
20
1

0
0
0
0
2

0
0
0
0
0

248
19
17
562
250

248
19
17
562
248

49
3
5
208
80

7
0
2
35
24

192
14
10
317
144

0
2
0
2
0

0
0
0
0
2

0
0
0
0
0

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine

565
559
333
233
41

565
559
333
233
23

97
163
84
47
7

34
17
9
6
2

433
375
239
178
12

1
4
1
2
2

0
0
0
0
18

0
0
0
0
0

282
214
250
182
36

282
214
250
182
20

57
78
68
35
7

17
9
5
5
2

208
127
177
142
10

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
16

0
0
0
0
0

Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi

106
218
237
632
124

105
90
237
632
124

28
31
65
156
26

14
3
56
31
3

62
55
114
441
94

1
1
2
4
1

1
128
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

87
179
203
258
105

87
63
203
258
105

23
26
60
84
23

12
1
51
8
3

52
36
92
165
79

0
0
0

0
116
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire

551
159
397
20
81

551
159
397
20
50

91
43
110
7
12

33
44
7
3
4

420
71
275
9
28

7
1
5
1
6

0
0
0
0
31

0
0
0
0
0

340
27
125
13
57

340
27
125
13
33

62
12
52
4

23
6
2
1
3

255
9
71
8
18

0
0
0
0

1

0
0
0
t)
24

0
0
0
0
0

New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota

159
92
309
80
153

141
92
243
80
153

57
41
93
15
29

8
6
42
2
3

66
44
65
61
119

10
1
43
2
2

18
0
66
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

110
70
192
63
73

96
70
131
63
73

50
29
71
10
17

7
5
26
2
2

39
36
30
51
54

0
0
4
0
0

14
0
61
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

293
425
55
328
30

293
425
54
315
25

134
168
8
160
3

59
17
7
42
0

98
234
35
100
8

2
6
4
13
14

0
0
1
13
5

0
0
0
0
0

221
195
36
247
15

221
195
35
240
10

112
91
5
128
3

45
9
4
20
0

64
94
26
89
5

0

f)
f)
I
7
5

0
0
0
0
0

85
125
259
1,201
60

85
125
259
1,201
60

31
21
44
609
7

3
21
5
62
9

51
83
204
517
39

0
0
6
13
5

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

58
56
193
424
30

58
56
193
424
30

23
9
37
186
6

2
10
3
17
7

33
37
152
220
17

0
0

1
1

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin

33
180
112
180
482

28
180
100
180
482

12
49
27
78
98

0
99
2
24
23

15
32
65
78
353

1
0
6
0
8

5
0
12
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

28
133
78
126
265

23
133
66
126
265

10
38
16
59
65

0
70
1
20
8

13
25
49
47
191

0
0
0
0

5
0
12
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Wyoming
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands

73
19
1

73
19
1

32
1
0

17
1
0

22
13
0

2
4
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

12

12
11
0

3
0
0

0
I
0

9
9
0

0

0
0
0

0
0
0

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California

.

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia . .
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah

120



n

0

1

1

0

1

0
3
2

0

1

1

0

71. Banks and branches—Number in operation, by state, 1990—Continued
Branches and additional offices
Class of bank

Location
Mutual savings

Commercial banks

Jurisdiction

Member

Total

Noninsured

In
head-office
city

Nonmember

National

State

Insured

Noninsured

Insured

Total

Outside head-office city
In
head-office
county

[n
contiguous
counties

In
noncontiguous
counties 2

54,191

51,305

27,365

5,905

17,928

107

2,886

0

13,741

13,758

10,403

14,481

974
133
804
579
4,916

974
133
804
579
4,916

361

435
289
2,747

114
0
11
18
454

499
23
358
272
1,690

0
0
0
0
25

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

251
47
203
330
611

238
4
296
209
842

47
42
184
9
953

438
40
121
31
2,510

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware .
District of Columbia . .
Florida

121
1,189
170
171
3,035

121
637
165
171
3,035

81
340
43
168
2,123

8
0
1
0
120

32
297
121
3
789

0
0
0
0
3

0
552
5
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

92
214
42
171
699

9
520
81
0
877

6
242
26
0
352

14
213
21
0
1,107

Georgia . .
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

1,455
234
282
1,104
1,441

1,455
234
282
1,104
1,440

874
12
203
462
708

69
0
9
95
89

512
219
70
540
639

0
3
0
7
4

0
0
0
0
1

0
0
0
0
0

428
92
35
608
594

356
66
20
352
569

211
3
51
108
190

460
73
176
36
88

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana .
Maine

586
426
855
999
469

586
426
855
999
330

142
188
311
466
123

51
9
86
45
86

393
229
458
488
120

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
139

0
0
0
0
0

237
284
519
359
42

214
59
306
320
137

98
11
24
89
136

37
72
6
231
154

1,296
1,733
2,625
596
841

1 ,296
1,087
2,625
596
841

582
619
1,121
320
323

166
5
568
12
13

548
462
936
263
505

0

1
1

0
646
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

230
432
517
186
202

334
662
668
196
127

409
291
695
101
161

323
348
745
113
351

936
44
296
226
354

936
44
296
226
189

365
29
141
112
59

60
6
8
58
45

511
9
147
56
84

0
0
0
0

1

0
0
0
0
165

0
0
0
0
0

407
26
179
68
69

361
2
23
29
147

104
1
23
20
96

64
15
71
109
42

2,318
309
4,164
2,052
156

2,040
309
3,529
2,052
156

1,581
150
2,015
917
57

105
18
1,295
132
4

354
141
213
1,003
95

0
0
6
0
0

278
0
635
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

182
215
1,246
217
35

690
76
647
148
47

535
9
1,003
296
29

911
9
1,268
1,391
45

2,571
346
661
3,287
288

2,571
346
653
3,166
214

1,849
173
389
1,732
96

445
36
5
288
0

277
135
259
1,133
95

0
2
0
13
23

0
0
8
121
74

0
0
0
0
0

643
202
132
387
57

892
46
81
1,079
130

542
34
147
1,510
63

494
64
301
311
38

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee ,
Texas
Utah

853
183
1,274
1,544
410

853
183
1,274
1,544
410

620
80
563
969
242

4
24
129
51
71

229
79
580
522
97

0
0
2
2
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

129
31
455
629
70

84
35
309
256
92

124
47
95
189
77

516
70
415
470
171

Vermont
Virginia . .
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin

237
1,882
1,215
321
815

203
1,882
988
321
815

79
723
766
185
251

0
950
5
49
49

124
209
217
87
506

0
0
0
0
9

34
0
227
0
2

0
0
0
0
0

35
271
264
116
223

81
220
347
117
350

65
413
305
40
187

56
978
299
48
55

Wyoming
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands

37
330
16

37
330
16

3
35
13

0
38
0

34
253
3

0
4
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

11
4
0

1
3
0

0
5
0

25
313
16

United States
Alabama , ,
Alaska
Arizona . .
Arkansas
California

.

Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska .
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma .
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island




. . .

no

1

0

0

121

72. Changes in number of banking offices in the United States during 1990
A. Head offices
Commercial banks
Item

Mutual savings banks

Member

Total
Total

Total

Nonmember

National

State

13,032

12,669

5,040

3,986

1,054

7,629

2 New banks 4
3 Ceased banking operations . . .

165
-203

163
-195

75
= 110

57
-100

18
-10

88
= 85

Consolidations and absorptions
4 Banks converted into branches . . . .
5 Other
6 Net change

= 382
65
= 355

= 373
63
= 342

-187
9
-213

-154
4
-193

= 33
5
= 20

-186
54
-129

Total

13,387

13,011

5,253

4,179

7,758

Noninsijred

= 186
2 1
= 142

7,498

1 Number, December 31, 1990 . . .

Insured
7,356

273

363

0

0
=20

2
»8

0
0

-9
2
-=13

0
0
0

376

0

CHANGE IN NUMBER DURING 1990

7 Number, December 31, 1989

1,074

8 8
-65

0
3 3
13

260

B. Branches and additional offices
Mutual savings banks

Commercial banks
Item

Total
1 Number, December 31, 1990 . . . .

Nonmember

Member

Total
Total

National

Total

Insured

Noninsured

54,191

51,305

33,270

27,365

5,905

18,035

17,928

107

2,886

0

2,987
382
-926
83

2,855
372
= 873
180

1,673
224
-634
244

1,460
195
-507
183

213
29
= 127
60

1,182
148
= 239
= 63

1,179
148
-237
= 61

3
0
=2
-2

132
10
-53
• 97

0
0
0
0

State

CHANGE IN NUMBER DURING 1990
2
3
4
5

Branches and additional offices
De novo
Banks converted into branches . . . .
Discontinued
Other 5

6 Net change
7 Number, December 31, 1989 . . . .

122



2,526

2,534

1,507

1,331

175

1,028

1,029

=1

-8

0

51,665

48,771

31,764

26,034

5,730

17,007

16,899

108

2,894

0

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901
A. Domestic offices
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Ql
Item

Members
Total

Nonmembers

Total

National

State

2,915,390

2,165,256

1,743,749

421,506

750,135

207,472
23,684

160,200
18,218

129,196
15,169

3 1 ,004
3,050

47,272
5,466

30,179
153,609

17,142
124,839

13,605
100,422

3,537
24,417

13,036
28,770

2,530,552

1,859,749

1,508,566

351,183

670,803

547,064

370,025

287,400

82,626

177,038

392,651
89,135
57,326

265,138
61,806
39,113

208,726
46,992
28,507

56,411
14,814
10,606

127,513
27,329
18,213

4,029
53,298
7,952
3,935
1,930
2,474
468
4,017

2,906
36,207
3,969
1,049
833
342
125
2,920

2,439
26,067
3,175
862
722
233
94
2,312

467
10,140
794
187
110
108
32
607

1,122
17,091
3,983
2,886
1,097
2,132
343
1,097

144,684
70,366
3,727
1,851,360
12,556
1,838,804

108,104
39,948
2,599
1,390,360
8,741
1,381,619

87,141
33,445
2,246
1,141,047
7,022
1,134,025

20,963
6,503
353
249,313
1,719
247,594

36,580
30,418
1,127
461,000
3,815
457,185

750,855
135,591
16,775
356,932
52,063
304,869
21,064
220,493
35,240

535,625
105,933
7,912
248,939
39,627
209,312
15,685
157,155
31,091

454,748
88,512
6,746
210,841
33,235
177,605
13,687
134,962
21,863

80,878
17,421
1,167
38,098
6,392
31,707
1,998
22,193
9,228

215,230
29,658
8,863
107,993
12,436
95,556
5,378
63,337
4,149

29,349
515,419
2,810

15,286
405,951
1,450

13,187
323,759
1,269

2,099
82,192
181

14,063
109,469
1,360

372,739
77,400
151,085

274,716
55,769
85,544

232,242
53,230
70,937

42,474
2,539
14,607

98,023
21,631
65,541

39,501
1,201
38,300
72,556

32,565
961
31,604
65,460

24,411
702
23,709
46,088

8,154
259
7,895
19,372

6,936
240
6,696
7,096

32,891
20,016

28,216
18,777

23,481
14,531

4,735
4,246

4,675
1,239

36,873
157,351

31,896
126,530

18,753
91,457

13,144
35,074

4,976
30,820

48 Total liabilities and equity capital

2,915,390

2,165,256

1,743,749

421,506

750,135

49 Total liabilities 2
..
..
..
50 Total deposits
5 1 Individuals partnerships and corporations
52
U S government
53
States and political subdivisions in the United States
54 Commercial banks in the United States
.
55 Other depository institutions in the United States
56
Certified and official checks
57 All other

2,704,899
2,201,933
2,022,209
4,421
105,551
33,924
8,574
18,307
8,947

2,016,023
1,586,906
1,454,583
3,492
70,107
30,102
6,359
14,041
8,222

1,625,180
1,293,720
1,189,994
3,012
58,573
22,987
5,471
9,190
4,492

390,843
293,186
264,588
480
11,534
7,115
888
4,851
3,730

688,875
615,027
567,627
928
35,444
3,822
2,214
4,266
725

616,671
532,585
3,012
25,562
24,691
4,804
18,307
7,710

461,147
392,983
2,287
17,787
22,836
3,855
14,041
7,359

371,363
320,825
1,934
14,790
17,637
3,168
9,190
3,818

89,784
72,157
353
2,997
5,199
686
4,851
3,540

155,524
139,603
725
7,775
1,855
949
4,266
351

1 Total assets2
2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3 Currency and coin
. ...
...
....
4
Noninterest-bearing balances due from commercial banks in the
United States
5
Other

...

6 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables, net
7 Total securities, book value
8
U.S. Treasury securities and U.S. government agency and corporation
obligations
, .,,
...
...
9
Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States . . .
10 Other debt securities
.
.
11
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of
residential mortgages
12
All other
13 Equity securities
14 Marketable
13
Investments in mutual funds
.
..
16
Other
17
LESS; Net unrealized loss
..
.,
IS
Other equity securities
19 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
20
Federal funds sold
..
..
.
21
Securities purchased under agreements to resell
22 Total loans and lease financing receivables, gross
...
23
LESS* Unearned income on loans
24 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
.,
Total loans gross by category
2*5 Loans secured by real estate
26 Construction and land development . . . .
....
27
Farmland
28 One-to-four family residential properties .
...
29
Revolving, open-end loans, and loans extended under lines of credit . . . .
30
All other loans
31
Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
....
37
Nonfarm nonresidential properties
33 Loans to depository institutions
..
34
35
36
37

Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers . . . .
Commercial and industrial loans
Acceptances of other banks . .
..
...
Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
..
...
38
Credit cards and related plans
..
39 Other (includes single payment installment)

40 Obligations (other than securities) of state and political subdivisions in the
U S (includes nonrated industrial development obligations)
41
Taxable
42
Tax-exempt
.
..
.
43 All other loans
..
..
....
44 Lease financing receivables
45 Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
46 Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and agreement
subsidiaries and IBFs . .
...
47 Remaining assets
.

58 Total transaction accounts
59
Individuals partnerships and corporations
60 U S government
61
States and political subdivisions in the United States
62
Commercial banks in the United States
63
Other depository institutions in the United States
64 Certified and official checks
65
AH other .
,
..
...




..

...

....

123

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
A. Domestic offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Ql
Item

Members
Total
Total

66 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
67
Individuals partnerships, and corporations
68 U.S. government
69
States and political subdivisions in the United States
70
Commercial banks in the United States
71
Other depository institutions in the United States
72
Certified and official checks
73
All other
74 Total nontransaction accounts
75
Individuals partnerships, and corporations
76 U.S. government
77
States and political subdivisions in the United States
78 Commercial banks in the United States . . . .
79
Other depository institutions in the United States
80 All other

....

90 Total equity capital3
MEMO
91 Assets held in trading accounts4
92 U S Treasury securities
93 U.S. government agency corporation obligations . . .
94
Securities issued by states and political subdivisions
95
Other bonds notes and debentures
96
Certificates of deposit
97
Commercial paper
98
Bankers acceptances
99
Other
100 Total individual retirement account (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
101 Total brokered deposits
...
102 Total brokered retail deposits
103 Issued in denominations of $100,000 or less
104 Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated
out by the broker in shares of $100,000 or less
Savings deposits
105 Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs) . . . .
106 Other savings deposits
107 Total time deposits of less than $100,000
108 Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
109 Open-account time deposits of $100,000 or more
110 All NOW accounts (including Super NOW)
1 1 1 Total time and savings deposits
Quarterly averages
1 12 Total loans
1 13 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone
and preauthorized transfer accounts
Nontransaction accounts
114 Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
1 15 Other savings deposits
116 Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
1 17
All other time deposits

124



State

Nonmembers

410,956
339,417
2,955
13,110
24,689
4,775
18,307
7,704

81 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
82
Federal funds purchased . .
83 Securities sold under agreements to repurchase
84 Demand notes issued to the U S Treasury
85 Other borrowed money
86 Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
87 Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
88 Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and agreement
subsidiaries and IBFs
89 Remaining liabilities

1 18 Number of banks

National

318,308
257,917
2,250
10,066
22,836
3,842
14,041
7,357

251,379
207,325
1,898
8,354
17,637
3,157
9,190
3,818

66,930
50,592
352
1,712
5,199
684
4,851
3,539

92,648
81,500
705
3,043
1,853
933
4,266
347

1,585,262
1,489,624
1,409
79,989
9,233
3,770
1,237

1,125,759
1,061,600
1,205
52,320
7,266
2,505
864

922,357
869,169
1,078
43,783
5,350
2,303
674

203,402
192,431
127
8,537
1,916
202
189

459,503
428,024
204
27,669
1,968
1,265
374

279,481
32,460
32,182
13,707
93,023
20,481
2,483

242,048
25,813
16,727
12,115
71,902
19,239
1,883

181,995
22,158
13,903
9,609
60,524
14,949
1,806

60,054
3,655
2,823
2,506
11,378
4,290
77

36,432
6,647
15,455
1,593
21,121
1,243
600

22,195
94,790

20,617
81,932

18,817
62,578

1,800
19,354

1 ,578
12,859

210,492

149,232

118,569

30,664

61,259

26,130
12,319
2,670
850
65
1,075
30
2,835
5,288

24,494
11,975
2,634
832
30
1,075
30
2,576
4,983

14,676
5,605
2,270
651
28
438
30
1,768
3,547

9,818
6,370
364
182
2
637
0
808
1,436

1,636
344
36
17
35
0
0
259
306

115,389
67,440
28,089
8,623

83,019
49,895
18,429
4,416

68,397
42,694
15,562
3,964

14,622
7,202
2,867
452

32,371
17,544
9,661
4,207

19,466

14,013

11,598

2,415

5,454

361,746
191,400
639,129
354,319
38,669
200,613
1,790,977

275,894
137,494
425,894
253,898
32,581
139,751
1,268,598

227,958
102,285
356,307
215,546
20,261
117,231
1,042,342

47,935
35,208
69,586
38,352
12,320
22,521
226,256

85,852
53,906
213,235
100,421
6,088
60,862
522,379

1,804,421

1,355,402

1,114,495

240,908

449,019

202,022

14,073

117,901

22,572

61,549

356,909
185,744
353,054
671,157

272,001
133,092
252,526
453,798

224,150
99,557
213,824
373,066

47,851
33,535
38,702
80,732

84,908
52,651
100,527
217,359

12,572

5,138

4,114

1,024

7,434

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
A. Domestic offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition , Q 2
Item

Members

Tntal

Total
1 Total assets'

1

National

State

Nonmembers

2,956,930

425,675

778,300

160,903
18 972

129,607
15 840

31,297
3 132

48,331
5 834

31,264
153,164

17,575
124 356

13,822
99,945

3,753
24,411

13,689
28,808

2,569,301

6 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables, net

1,752,955

209,234
24 806

2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3 Currency and coin
4 Noninterest-bearing balances due from commercial banks in the
United States
5 Other

2,178,630

1,871,833

1,512,981

358,852

697,468

558 404

377 161

295 529

81 633

181 243

406 765
85,764
57 801

274 791
58,844
39 450

219 053
44,855
28 409

55 738
13,989
11 041

131 974
26,919
18 352

3 595
54,209
8 074
4,490
1 945
2,993
449
3,584

2 480
36 970
4 076
1 080
865
327
112
2 996

1 974
26,435
3 211
865
730
214
80
2,348

506
10,535
865
217
135
113
32
648

1 115
17,240
3 998
3,409
1 080
2,666
337
589

148,838
68 440
3,691
1 874 545
12,486
1 ,862 059

112,857
39 244
2,488
1 390 432
8,617
1 381 815

86,769
33 231
2,079
1,137 599
6,915
1,130,684

26,088
6013
409
252 832
1,702
25 1 , 1 3 1

35,981
29 197
1,204
484 114
3,869
480,244

Total loans gross by category
25 Loans secured by real estate
26 Construction and land development
27 Farmland
28 One-to-four family residential properties
29
Revolving, open-end loans, and extended under lines of credit
30
All other loans . .
31 Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties .
32 Nonfarm nonresidential properties
33 Loans to depository institutions

775,518
134,859
17 133
375,816
52,210
320,606
21 151
226 559
33,414

551,793
104,675
8 001
262,882
41,721
221,161
15 580
160 654
28 145

467,894
87,325
6 813
222,740
34,985
187,754
13 617
137 400
19,185

83,899
17,351
1 188
40,142
6,736
33,406
1,964
23 254
8,960

223,725
30,184
9 132
112,933
13,489
99,445
5 571
65 905
5,269

34
35
36
37

31,899
515 122
2,413

16,446
404 863
1,213

14,268
322 544
1,045

2,179
82 319
169

15,452
110 258
1,200

372,257
74 566
152 177

262,210
42 772
85 661

219,682
40443
71 346

42,528
2 329
14 316

1 10,047
31 794
66 515

36 758
1 003
35,755
74 248

30093
782
29,312
67 609

22,384
568
21,816
47 261

7,709
213
7,496
20 348

6,665
221
6,443
6 640

32 916
18 038

28 059
16 859

23,336
13 012

4,723
3 847

4,857
1 179

33,309
160,357

28,943
129,035

17,916
97,355

1 1 ,027
31,679

4,366
31,322

2,956,930

2,178,630

1,752,955

425,675

778,300

2,742,077
2 243 198
2 064 292
4 811
105,000
33,050
9 048
19 090
7,907

2,027,699
1 610 321
1 479 728
3 792
69,612
29,086
6 617
14 300
7,186

1,633,270
1,316,850
1,212,832
3 300
58,173
22,291
5,571
10 503
4,180

394,430
293,471
266,896
493
1 1 ,439
6,795
1,046
3 797
3,006

714,378
632,877
584,564
1 019
35,389
3,964
2,431
4 790
721

627 556
540 345
3 476
27,912
25 001
5 033
19 090
6 699

468 693
398 845
2 635
19,366
23,027
4 167
14 300
6 354

377,005
323 030
2 276
16,238
18,045
3,411
10 503
3 503

91,688
75 815
359
3,128
4,982
756
3 797
3 851

158,864
141 500
842
8,546
1,974
866
4 790
346

7 Total securities book value
8 U.S. Treasury securities and U.S. government agency and corporation
obligations
9 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States . . .
10 Other debt securities
11
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of
residential mortgages
12
All other
13 Equity securities
14 Marketable
15
Investments in mutual funds
16
Other
17
LESS* Net unrealized loss
18 Other equity securities . . .
19 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
20 Federal funds sold
21 Securities purchased under agreements to resell
22 Total loans and lease financing receivables, gross . .
23 LESS: Unearned income on loans
24 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)

..

Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans
Acceptances of other banks
Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
38 Credit cards and related plans
39 Other (includes single payment installment)
40 Obligations {other than securities) of state and political subdivisions in the
U S (includes nonrated industrial development obligations)
41
Taxable
42 Tax-exempt
43 All other loans
44 Lease financing receivables
45 Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
46 Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and agreement
subsidiaries, and IBFs .
.
47 Remaining assets
48 Total liabilities and equity capital
2

49 Total liabilities . . . .
50 Total deposits
5 1 Individuals partnerships and corporations
52 U S government
53 States and political subdivisions in the United States
54 Commercial banks in the United States
55 Other depository institutions in the United States
56 Certified and official checks
57 All other
58 Total transaction accounts
59 Individuals partnerships and corporations
60 U S government
61 States and political subdivisions in the United States
62 Commercial banks in the United States
63 Other depository institutions in the United States
64 Certified and official checks
65 All other




...

125

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 1990*—Continued
A. Domestic offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q2
Members

Item
Total
Total
66 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
67
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
68 U S government
69
States and political subdivisions in the United States
70
Commercial banks in the United States
71
Other depository institutions in the United States
72 Certified and official checks
73 All other .
.
74 Total nontransaction accounts
75 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . .
76
U.S government
77
States and political subdivisions in the United States
78 Commercial banks in the United States
79 Other depository institutions in the United States
80 All other

,

..

..

....

..

...

.

Quarterly averages
1 1 2 Total loans
113 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone
and preauthorized transfer accounts
...
...
Nontransaction accounts
1 14
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
1 15
Other savings deposits
1 16 Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
1 17
All other time deposits
.
.
...




.

...

...

422,369
348,869
3,427
14,282
24,996
5,010
19,090
6,694

326,763
265,343
2,600
10,987
23,023
4,157
14,300
6,353

257,658
210,691
2,242
9,273
18,045
3,401
10,503
3,503

69,105
54,652
358
1,714
4,979
756
3,797
2,850

95,606
83,526
827
3,295
1,972
853
4,790
342

1,615,642
1,523,947
1,335
77,088
8,049
4,015
1,208

1,141,629
1,080,883
1,158
50,246
6,059
2,450
832

939,845
889,802
1,024
41,935
4,246
2,160
677

201,783
191,081
134
8,310
1,813
290
155

474,013
443,064
177
26,842
1,990
1,565
376

266,706
32,707
33,561
28,596
85,896
18,479
2,039

225,721
22,158
17,142
25,813
64,950
17,300
1,433

169,199
18,321
14,665
18,331
53,290
13,428
1,365

56,522
3,837
2,477
7,482
1 1 ,660
3,872
67

40,985
10,549
16,419
2,783
20,947
1,179
607

19,622
82,162

18,037
60,806

1,585
21,356

3,252
15,000

150,930

119,685

31,245

63,922

25,232
10,023
2,792
1,101
267
987
47
2,873
6,167

23,833
9,792
2,605
1,082
244
962
46
2,705
6,043

15,509
5,972
2,405
785
31
347
46
1,464
4,123

8,325
3,821
200
297
213
615
0
1,242
1,921

1 ,398
231
187
19
23
25

122,490
70,442
32,949
9,094

88,083
52,920
22,021
4,542

72,895
45,675
18,478
4,272

15,188
7,245
3,543
270

34,407
17,502
10,928
4,552

23,855

..

100 Total individual retirement account (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
101 Total brokered deposits
102 Total brokered retail deposits .
.
..
..
103 Issued in denominations of $100 000 or less
104
Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated
out by the broker in shares of $100,000 or less
Savings deposits
105 Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
106 Other savings deposits
...
107 Total time deposits of less than $100,000
108 Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
109 Open-account time deposits of $100,000 or more
1 10 All NOW accounts (including Super NOW)
1 1 1 Total time and savings deposits

126

Nonmembers

214,853

...

90 Total equity capital3

1 18 Number of banks

State

22,874
97,162

.

81 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
82
Federal funds purchased
83 Securities sold under agreements to repurchase
84 Demand notes issued to the U S Treasury
85 Other borrowed money
86 Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
87 Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
88 Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and agreement
subsidiaries and IBFs
.
..
...
89 Remaining liabilities

MEMO
91 Assets held in trading accounts4
,
.
..
92
U.S. Treasury securities
93 U.S. government agency corporation obligations
..
94
Securities issued by states and political subdivisions
95
Other bonds, notes and debentures
96 Certificates of deposit
9 7 Commercial paper .
.
.
.
.
98 Bankers acceptances
99 Other

National

17,479

14,206

3,273

6,376

362,956
194,661
672,230
347,474
38,313
200,678
1,820,830

276,045
139,766
448,685
245,402
31,722
139,453
1,283,558

227,860
105,185
377,997
208,773
20,022
117,125
1,059,192

48,185
35,581
70,688
36,629
11,700
22,328
224,366

86,911
54,895
223,545
102,072
6,591
61,225
537,271

1 ,822,403

1,353,807

1,108,877

244,930

468,596

167
124

204,776

142,143

119,375

22,768

62,634

360,959
190,077
349,549
691,995

274,461
136,122
247,186
467,560

226,003
102,470
209,564
386,604

48,458
33.652
37,622
80,956

86,498
53,955
102,363
224,435

12,481

5,075

4,059

1,016

7,406

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
A. Domestic offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q3
Item

Members
Total

National

State

Nonmembers

Total
2,982,826

2,189,969

1,755,187

434,782

792,857

2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3
Currency and coin
..
4
Noninterest-bearing balances due from commercial banks in the
United States
5 Other

200,589
25,358

153,908
19,437

122,015
16,261

31,892
3,176

46,681
5,921

31,424
143,806

17,096
116,374

13,430
92,325

4,667
24,049

13,328
27,432

6 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables, net . . . .

2,591,133

1,881,285

1,522,794

358,492

709,847

5673144

383,625

298,868

84,757

183,689

417,010
85,392
57,013

282,394
58,332
38,831

223,772
44,156
27,718

58,622
14,176
11,113

134,616
27,060
18,181

3,474
53,542
7,899
4,264
1,963
2,835
534
3,635

2,332
36,503
4,067
1,025
826
312
112
3,042

1,849
25,869
3,221
838
725
197
83
2,384

483
10,633
845
187
101
115
29
658

1,142
17,039
3,832
3,239
1,137
2,523
421
593

146,382
68,429
3,767
1,889,876
12,439
1,877,437

109,934
39,707
2,563
1,396,239
8,512
1,387,727

86,673
33,779
2,097
1,144,064
6,810
1,137,253

23,261
5,929
466
252,176
1,702
250,474

36,448
28,722
1,204
493,637
3,926
489,710

Total loans gross by category
25 Loans secured by real estate
26 Construction and land development
27
Farmland
28 One-to-four family residential properties .
29
Revolving, open-end loans, and extended under lines of credit
30
All other loans .
31
Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
32
Nonfarm nonresidential properties
33 Loans to depository institutions

788,904
132,801
17,325
388,454
59,198
329,256
20,815
229,508
33,843

560,117
102,839
8,032
272,157
44,650
227,506
15,083
162,006
28,572

474,382
85,458
6,828
230,829
37,367
193,462
13,266
138,001
18,8.10

85,735
17,381
1,204
41,328
7,284
34,044
1,817
24,006
9,762

228,787
29,962
9,294
116,297
14,548
101,750
5,731
67,502
5,271

34
35
36
37

33,211
509,881
2,029

16,958
400,023
1,020

14,729
318,913
912

2,229
81,111
107

16,253
109,858
1,010

379,389
76,812
153,778

265,872
42,989
86,302

223,752
40,606
72,293

42,119
2,383
14,009

113,517
33,823
67,476

35,716
1,086
34,630
73,388

29,106
863
28,243
66,135

21,701
648
21,053
47,211

7,405
216
7,189
18,924

6,610
222
6,388
7,253

33,515
18,539

28,437
17,241

23,654
13,350

4,783
3,891

5,079
1,298

34,988
172,566

29,732
137,535

17,635
97,027

12,097
40,507

5,257
35,031

2,982,826

2,189,969

1,755,187

434,782

792,857

2,764,967
2,257,542
2,079,575
6,391
102,947
32,731
8,918
17,601
9,379

2,037,248
1,618,112
1,487,387
5,157
67,973
29,172
6,342
13,390
8,691

1,634,986
1,323,863
1,221,221
4,477
56,677
21,787
5,391
8,916
5,394

402,262
294,249
266,166
680
11,296
7,385
951
4,473
3,297

727,719
639,430
592,188
1,233
34,974
3,559
2,575
4,212
688

616,969
529,543
4,937
27,071
25,368
4,511
17,601
7,938

460,670
389,980
3,999
18,652
23,355
3,651
13,390
7,643

369,871
317,006
3,474
15,370
17,623
3,002
8,916
4,480

90,799
72,975
525
3,282
5,732
649
4,473
3,163

156,300
139,563
938
8,419
2,012
861
4,212
295

1 Total assets'

;

7 Total securities, book value
...
...
8
U.S. Treasury securities and U.S. government agency and corporation
obligations . .
9
Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States . . .
10 Other debt securities
11
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of
residential mortgages
12
All other
13 Equity securities . . .
14
Marketable
.
15
Investments in mutual funds
..
16
Other
17
LESS' Net unrealized loss
..
18
Other equity securities
19 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
20 Federal funds sold
.
. . . .
21
Securities purchased under agreements to resell
22 Total loans and lease financing receivables, gross
....
23
LESS: Unearned income on loans
24 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)

Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans
Acceptances of other banks
Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
38 Credit cards and related plans
39 Other (includes single payment installment)

40 Obligations (other than securities) of state and political subdivisions in the
U S (includes nonrated industrial development obligations)
41 Taxable
....
42
Tax-exempt
43 All other loans . . .
.
. . .
44 Lease financing receivables
45 Customers1 liability on acceptances outstanding
46 Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and agreement
subsidiaries, and IBFs
47 Remaining assets

..

48 Total liabilities and equity capital
2

49 Total liabilities
50 Total deposits
51
Individuals partnerships, and corporations
52 U S government
53
States and political subdivisions in the United States
54
Commercial banks in the United States
55 Other depository institutions in the United States
56 Certified and official checks
57 A l l other
. . .
58 Total transaction accounts
59
Individuals partnerships, and corporations
60 U S government
61
States and political subdivisions in the United States
62 Commercial banks in the United States
63 Other depository institutions in the United States
64
Certified and official checks
65 All other
....




...
...

127

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
A. Domestic offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q3
Item

Members
Total
Total

66 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts) . .
67
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
68 U S government
69
States and political subdivisions in the United States
70 Commercial banks in the United States
71
Other depository institutions in the United States
72 Certified and official checks
73 All other
.

....

74 Total nontransaction accounts
75
Individuals, partnerships and corporations
76 U S government
77
States and political subdivisions in the United States
78 Commercial banks in the United States
79 Other depository institutions in the United States
8 0 A l l other
. . .
81 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
.
82
Federal funds purchased
83 Securities sold under agreements to repurchase
84 Demand notes issued to the U S Treasury
85 Other borrowed money
,.
86 Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
87 Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
88 Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and agreement
subsidiaries and IBFs
..
89 Remaining liabilities
90 Total equity capital3
MEMO
91 Assets held in trading accounts4 .
92 U S Treasury securities
93
U.S. government agency corporation obligations
94
Securities issued by states and political subdivisions
95 Other bonds, notes and debentures
96 Certificates of deposit
97 Commercial paper . . .
98
Bankers acceptances
99
Other
100 Total individual retirement account (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
101 Total brokered deposits
.
.
...
102 Total brokered retail deposits
103 Issued in denominations of $100 000 or less
104 Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated
out by the broker in shares of $100 000 or less
Savings deposits
105 Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs) . .
,.
...
106 Other savings deposits
107 Total time deposits of less than $100,000
108 Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
109 Open-account time deposits of $100,000 or more
110 All NOW accounts (including Super NOW)
1 1 1 Total time and savings deposits
Quarterly averages
1 12 Total loans
.
.
....
...
1 13 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone
and prcuuthorized transfer accounts
Nontransaction accounts
1 14
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
1 15 Other savings deposits
1 16 Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
1 17 All other time deposits
.,
1 18 Number of banks

128




National

State

Nonmembers

413,684
339,834
4,879
13,591
25,361
4,485
17,601
7,932

320,827
258,573
3,957
10,276
23,354
3,636
13,390
7,642

252,724
206,789
3,433
8,495
17,622
2,988
8,916
4,480

68,103
51,783
523
1,780
5,732
648
4,473
3,162

92,857
81,262
922
3,316
2,007
849
4,212
290

1,640,573
1,550,032
1,454
75,876
7,364
4,406
1,441

1,157,443
1,097,407
1,159
49,321
5,817
2,692
1,048

953,993
904,216
1,004
41,307
4,164
2,389
914

203,450
193,191
155
8,014
1,653
303
134

4H3,130
452,625
295
26,556
1,547
1,714
393

263,789
36,312
31,083
31,658
84,656
18,952
1,535

220,275
24,695
16,020
28,443
60,426
17,654
944

160,229
20,789
13,524
22,992
47,341
13,715
877

60,047
3,906
2,496
5,451
13,085
3,939
67

43,513
11,617
15,064
3,2J5
24,230
1,298
591

26,256
106,836

23,565
913,942

21,317
65,969

2,248
25,425

2,691
15,442

217,859

152,720

120,200

32,520

65,139

25,699
10,647
24390
1,076
227
901
53
2,840
6,622

24,296
10,431
2,245
1,044
225
876
53
2,659
6,354

12,965
3,506
2,010
816
101
268
53
1,357
4,477

11,331
6,925
235
228
124
608
0
1,302
1,877

1,403
216
193
32
2
25
0
181
286

127,453
71,030
37,121
8,703

92,103
53,122
24,952
4,599

76,269
45,658
20,971
4,212

15,834
7,464
3,981
387

35,350
17,907
12,169
4,104

28,418

20,353

16,759

3,594

8,065

370,731
195,039
693,750
342,079
38,974
199,292
1,843,858

281,807
139,965
463,819
239,597
32,255
137,563
1,297,285

232,207
105,654
391,394
204,122
20,615
115,138
1,071,139

49,600
34,3 J J
72,424
35,475
11,640
22,425
226,146

88,924
55,073
229,931
102,482
6,719
61,729
546,572

1,837,151

1,356,399

1,111,370

245,028

480,753

202,703

139,539

116,973

22,566

63,165

367,307
194,154
346,108
724,438

278,805
139,582
243,527
490,154

230,313
104,584
207,205
406,554

48,492
34,997
36,322
83,600

88,502
54,572
102,581
234,284

12,385

5,025

4,016

1 ,009

7,360

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
A. Domestic offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q4
Item

Members
Total

National

State

Nonmembers

3,025,580

2,216,071

1,777,778

438,294

809,508

230,777
33,454

180,998
25,979

146,077
21,698

34,921
4,281

49,779
14,308

34,029
163,293

19,721
135,297

15,049
109,330

4,672
25,968

14,308
27,996

2,603,126

1,879,309

1,526,350

352,960

723,817

Total
1 Total assets1

...

2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3 Currency and coin
4
Noninterest-bearing balances due from commercial banks in the
United States
5
Other
6 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables, net

568,178

379,755

297,044

82,711

188,423

420,142
81,935
58,243

280,959
55,018
39,502

223,903
41,572
28,187

57,056
13,446
11,315

139,183
26,917
18,742

3,581
54,667
7,857
4,137
1,873
2,724
461
3,720

2,558
36,949
4,276
1,140
855
380
95
3,136

2,292
25,894
3,382
906
764
211
68
2,475

265
1 1 ,055
894
234
91
169
26
660

1,024
17,718
3,581
2,996
1,019
2,344
366
585

145,566
71,075
4,832
1,901,058
11,676
1,889,383

107,998
40,432
3,323
1,399,493
7,937
1,391,556

87,980
34,261
2,907
1,147,739
6,413
1,141,326

20,018
6,171
417
251,755
1,524
250,230

37,568
30,642
1,509
501,565
3,739
497,826

Total loans gross by category
25 Loans secured by real estate
,
26 Construction and land development
. ...
27 Farmland
28 One-to-four family residential properties .
29
Revolving, open-end loans, and extended under lines of credit
30
All other loans
...
..
31
Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
32 Nonfarm nonresidential properties
33 Loans to depository institutions

798,227
125,534
17,227
398,023
61,331
336,692
20,829
236,613
35,513

564,877
96,421
7,961
278,675
46,001
232,674
14,822
166,998
26,326

479,120
79,691
6,746
237,346
38,337
199,009
12,716
142,621
16,591

85,757
16,730
1,215
41,328
7,663
33,665
2,106
24,378
9,735

233,350
29,113
9,266
119,348
15,330
104,018
6,007
69,615
9,187

34
35
36
37

32,913
508,281
3,558

17,041
399,940
1,718

14,825
319,081
1,489

2,216
80,859
229

J5,872
108,341
1,840

381,901
79,629
150,350

267,231
44,078
83,928

225,271
41,286
70,091

41,960
2,792
13,837

114,670
35,551
66,422

33,632
1,215
32,417
73,244

27,225
1,005
26,220
66,564

20,553
749
19,804
46,988

6,672
255
6,416
19,576

6,407
211
6,197
6,680

33,789
17,224

28,570
J 6,048

23,820
11,894

4,750
4,154

5,219
1,176

47,338
174,453

41,828
139,716

20,129
93,457

21,699
46,259

5,510
34,737

48 Total liabilities and equity capital

3,025,580

2,216,071

1,777,778

438,294

809,508

49 Total liabilities 2
50 Total deposits
51
Individuals partnerships and corporations
52 U.S. government
.
53
States and political subdivisions in the United States
54 Commercial banks in the United States . .
55 Other depository institutions in the United States
56 Certified and official checks
57 All other

2,807,234
2,337,999
2,154,088
9,104
104,170
33,238
8,582
19,781
9,036

2,063,073
1,679,309
1,544,316
7,586
68,414
29,785
5,973
15,049
8,186

1,657,559
1,373,758
1,267,752
6,579
56,651
22,896
4,989
10,243
4,648

405,515
305,550
276,564
1,007
1 1 ,763
6,890
984
4,806
3,538

744,161
658,690
609,772
1,518
35,756
3,453
2,609
4,733
849

679,797
583,992
7,703
28,933
26,497
4,830
19,781
8,060

513,489
435,677
6,386
20,201
24,618
3,813
15,049
7,745

411,772
352,911
5,516
16,781
19,009
2,994
10,243
4,318

101,717
82,766
870
3,421
5,609
819
4,806
3,427

166,308
148,315
1,317
8,732
1,879
1,017
4,733
316

7 Total securities book value
8
U.S. Treasury securities and U.S. government agency and corporation
obligations
9
Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States . . .
10 Other debt securities
11
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of
residential mortgages
12
A l l other .
.
.
.
13 Equity securities
1 4 Marketable .
. . . . .
15
Investments in mutual funds
16
Other . . .
....
17
LESS* Net unrealized loss
18 Other equity securities
...
19 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
20
Federal funds sold
21
Securities purchased under agreements to resell .
22 Total loans and lease financing receivables gross
23
LESS: Unearned income on loans
24 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
...
....

Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans
....
Acceptances of other banks
Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
...
...
38 Credit cards and related plans
39 Other (includes single payment installment)

40 Obligations (other than securities) of state and political subdivisions in the
U.S. (includes nonrated industrial development obligations)
41 Taxable . .
....
...
42 Tax-exempt
...
.
43 All other loans
...
..
44 Lease financing receivables
45 Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
46 Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and agreement
subsidiaries and IBFs . .
47 Remaining assets

58 Total transaction accounts . . .
...
59 Individuals partnerships and corporations
60 U S government
61
States and political subdivisions in the United States
62
Commercial banks in the United States
63
Other depository institutions in the United States
64 Certified and official checks
65
All other




...

....

..

...
..

...

..

...

129

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
A. Domestic offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition , Q 4
Item

Members
Total
Total

66 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
67 Individuals partnerships, and corporations . . .
68 U S government
69
States and political subdivisions in the United States
70 Commercial banks in the United States
71
Other depository institutions in the United States
72
Certified and official checks
73
All other
.

90 Total equity capital3

,

100 Total individual retirement account (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
101 Total brokered deposits
102 Total brokered retail deposits
103 Issued in denominations of $100 000 or less
104
Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated
out by the broker in shares of $100,000 or less
Savings deposits
105 Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
106 Other savings deposits
107 Total time deposits of less than $100 000
108 Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
109 Open-account time deposits of $100 000 or more .
....
1 10 All NOW accounts (including Super NOW)
1 1 1 Total time and savings deposits .
Quarterly averages
112 Total loans . . .
...
113 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone
and pre authorized transfer accounts
Nontransaction accounts
1 14
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
1 15
Other savings deposits
...
116 Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
1 17
All other time deposits
1 18 Number of banks

130



Nonmembers

460,784
379,166
7,638
14,843
26,494
4,806
19,781
8,057

362,395
293,286
6,343
11,558
24,616
3,800
15,049
7,743

285,273
233,775
5,476
9,473
19,007
2,982
10,243
4,318

77,123
59,511
867
2,085
5,609
818
4,806
3,426

98,389
85,879
1,296
3,285
1,878
1,006
4,733
313

1,165,820
1,108,639
1,200
48,213
5,168
2,159
441

961,987
914,841
1,063
39,870
3,887
1,995
330

203,833
193,798
136
8,342
1,281
165
111

492,382
461,457
201
27,025
1,574
1,593
534

243,433
37,087
31,220
23,215
81,847
17,567
1,702

203,307
24,647
15,599
20,774
57,377
16,390
1,103

146,395
20,905
12,972
14,732
44,872
12,194
1,036

56,912
3,742
2,627
6,042
12,505
4,197
66

40,127
12,440
15,621
2,441
24,469
1,176
600

21,096
101,471

17,278
84,814

15,979
64,571

1,299
20,242

3,818
16,657

218,346

81 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
t o repurchase
...
...
Federal funds purchased
Securities sold under agreements to repurchase
..
Demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasury
Other borrowed money
..
Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
...
Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and agreement
subsidiaries and IBFs
89 Remaining liabilities
,

82
83
84
85
86
87
88

91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99

State

1,658,202
1,570,096
1,400
75,237
6,741
3,752
975

....

74 Total nontransaction accounts
....
75 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
76 U S . government
77
States and political subdivisions in the United States
78 Commercial banks in the United States
79 Other depository institutions in the United States
80 All other

MEMO
Assets held in trading accounts4 .
U S Treasury securities
U S . government agency corporation obligations
Securities issued by states and political subdivisions
Other bonds, notes and debentures
Certificates of deposit
Commercial paper
Bankers acceptances
Other

National

152,998

120,219

32,779

65,348

23,786
8,517
2,465
1,207
371
992
19
2,306
6,814

22,341
8,341
2,257
1,178
239
985
19
2,194
6,732

12,859
3,386
1,864
863
81
541
19
1,403
4,350

9,482
4,955
393
315
158
444
0
792
2,382

1,446
176
208
29
132
7
0
111
81

131,973
72,458
39,558
9,476

94,954
53,205
27,106
4,287

78,944
45,791
23,057
3,876

16,011
7,414
4,049
411

37,018
19,253
12,452
5,188

30,082

22,818

19,180

3,638

7,264

377,129
197,051
711,978
336,128
35,915
215,229
1,877,215

286,539
141,195
474,570
233,860
29,658
149,031
1,316,914

236,074
106,348
400,908
200,135
18,522
124,757
1,088,486

50,465
34,846
73,661
33,725
11,136
24,275
228,428

90,591
55,857
237,409
102,269
6,257
66,197
560,301

1,853,429

1,364,767

1,119,233

245,535

488,661

207,560

142,725

119,472

23,253

64,835

373,864
195,411
339,977
741,890

283,561
140,053
237,776
500,178

233,725
105,195
203,085
415,192

49,836
34,858
34,691
84,986

90,303
55,358
102,201
241,711

12,317

4,984

3,977

1,007

7,333

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, QJ
Banks with domestic
offices only 6

Banks with foreign offices5

Item
Total

Total
1 Total assets2

....

2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3 Cash items in process of collection, unposted debits, and currency
4
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits and coin
5 Currency and coin
.
...
6
Balances due from depository institutions in the United States
7 Balances due from banks in foreign countries and foreign central banks . .
8
Balances due from Federal Reserve Banks . . . .
MEMO
9 Noninterest-bearing balances due from commercial banks in the
United States (included in balances due from depository
institutions in the U S )
10 Total securities, loans and lease financing receivables, net
1 1 Total securities book value
12
U.S. Treasury securities and U.S. government agency and corporation
obligations
13
U.S. Treasury securities
14
U S government agency and corporation obligations . . .
15
All holdings of U.S. government-issued or guaranteed certificates of
participation in pools of residential mortgages . . .
. . .
16
All other
17 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the
United States
18 Other domestic securities . . .
19
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of
residential mortgages .
20
All other
21
Foreign securities
22 Equity securities
23 Marketable . . . .
24
Investments in mutual funds
....
25
Other
26
LESS* Net unrealized loss
27 Other equity securities
28 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell . . . .
29 Federal funds sold
30 Securities purchased under agreements to resell
31 Total loans and lease financing receivables gross
.
...
32 LESS: Unearned income on loans
33 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
34 LESS' Allowance for loan and lease losses
35
LESS: Allocated transfer risk reserves
36 EQUALS* Total loans and leases net
.
..
...
Total loans, gross, by category
37 Loans secured by real estate
38 Construction and land development
39 Farmland
..
....
...
40
One— to— four family residential properties
41
Revolving, open-end loans secured by one-to-four family residential
properties and extended under lines of credit
42
All other loans secured by one-to-four family residential properties . .
43 Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties . .
44 Nonfarm nonresidential properties
....
...
45 Loans to depository institutions
46
To commercial banks in the United States
47 To other depository institutions in the United States
48 To banks in foreign countries
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans
...
...
To U S addressees (domicile)
.
..
To non-U S addressees (domicile)
Acceptances of other banks
U S banks
Foreign banks
Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal
expenditures (includes purchased paper)
57 Credit cards and related plans
.
..
58 Other (includes single payment and installment)




Foreign

Domestic

Over 100

Under 100

3,300,514

1,901,097

444,192

1,515,973

1,026,017

373,401

318,701
Ji

229,746
84,684
n.a.
n.a.
31,485
92,910
20,667

111,229
1,451
n.a.
n.a.
19,415
89,936
427

118,517
83,233
71,023
12,210
12,071
2,974
20,239

63,374
29,958
21,621
8,337
19,804
2,306
11,306

25,581
li

n.a.

n.a.

7,744

13,455

8,980

n.a.

1r

n.a.

2,723,174

1,474,752

n.a.

n.a.

916,467

331,956

581,872

249,843

34,808

215,035

218,665

113,363

395,598
n.a.
n.a.

153,479
49,503
103,976

2,947
1,009
1,939

150,532
48,494
102,038

154,655
68,063
86,592

87,464
n.a.
n.a.

128,279
n.a.

72,493
31,483

1,510
429

70,983
31,055

38,294
48,298

17,493
n.a.

90,722
n.a.

35,198
27,821

1,587
1,911

33,611
25,909

38,461
21,351

17,063
n.a.

4,219
52,523
n.a,
8,807
4,214
1,945
2,737
468
4,592

2,330
25,491
29,503
3,843
1,156
122
1,188
153
2,686

192
1,720
27,508
854
279
15
264
0
575

2,139
23,771
1,994
2,988
877
106
924
153
2,111

1,482
19,869
500
3,698
2,109
934
1,380
205
1,589

407
7,164
n.a.
1,266
949
889
170
110
317

145,411
127,389
18,022
2,062,535
14,146
2,048,389
52,255
242
1,995,892

71,319
57,023
14,295
1,197,457
6,023
1,191,434
37,604
240
1,153,590

727
n.a.
n.a.
211,175
1,590
209,585
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

70,592
n.a.
n.a.
986,282
4,433
981,849
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

48,614
45,146
3,469
666,712
6,111
660,600
11,412
1
649,187

25,478
25,220
258
198,366
2,012
196,355
3,239
1
193,115

774,511

388,190

23,656

364,534
88,400
2,107
161,224

288,318
39,733
5,247
141,968

98,004
7,458
9,421
53,741

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

21,278
120,690
7,512
93,858
5,471
4,946
493
33

2,869
50,872
1,817
25,566
421
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

54,804
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

48,912
25,012
1,823
22,077

19,564
1,259
178
18,126

27,917
133,307
11,734
101,068
29,348
23,753
1,644
3,950

29,638
620,224
n.a.
n.a.
3,449
n.a.
n.a.

5,204
435,398
351,798
83,600
1,131
377
754

288
104,805
23,259
81,546
538
21
617

4,915
330,594
328,540
2,054
493
356
137

7,515
145,532
145,208
325
1,222
n.a.
n.a.

16,919
39,293
n.a.
n.a.
1,095
n.a.
n.a.

387,539
122,821
264,718

159,055
45,421
113,634

14,800
n.a.
n.a.

144,255
n.a.
n.a.

189,837
75,426
114,411

38,647
1,974
36,673

131

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Ql
Banks with domestic
offices only 6

Banks with foreign offices5

Item
Total

Foreign

Total
59 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the U.S.
60 Taxable
61 Tax-exempt
62 All other loans
63 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
64 Other loans
65
Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
66
All other loans
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75

Lease financing receivables
Assets held in trading accounts
Premises and fixed assets (including capitalized leases)
Other real estate owned
Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies
Customers' liability on acceptances, outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs
Intangible assets
Other assets

39,755

1,283
38,472
115,923

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
36,692
47,733
48,466
14,197
3,275
25,714

n.a.
7,189
112,064

24,246
795
23,451
104,780
27,080
77,700
n.a.
30,541
46,359
26,110
6,955
2,468
25,305

Domestic

Over 100

254
82
172

23,992

13,929

714

429

23,279
61,413

13,500
9,325

1,543

123
9,202

n.a.
n.a.

59,870
15,920
43,950

1,488
7,713

1,579
59
1,521
1,818
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

3,802
21,570

26,739
24,756

5,561
1,122

591
252

15,983
4,883

6,373
2,360

754
392
n.a.

53
17
n.a.
214

43,367
25,537
17,830

n.a.

36,873

4,335
85,066

n.a.
n.a.

2,639
20,402

6,596

n.a.

1,026,017

373,401

950,793

339,890

76 Total liabilities, limited-life preferred stock and equity capital

3,300,514

1,901,097

77 Total liabilities7

30992
,8,9

1,799,309

78 Limited-life preferred stock
79 Total deposits
80 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
81
U.S. government
82 States and political subdivisions in the United States . . .
83 Commercial banks in the United States
84 Other depository institutions in the United States
85 Banks in foreign countries
86 Foreign governments and official institutions
87
Certified 8and official checks
All other
88
89 Total transaction accounts
90 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
91
U.S. government
92 States and political subdivisions in the Untied States . . ,
93 Commercial banks in the United States
94 Other depository institutions in the United States
95 Banks in foreign countries
96 Foreign governments and official institutions
97 Certified and official checks
98 All other
99 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts) . ,
100 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
101 U.S. government
102 States and political subdivisions in the United States . .
103 Commercial banks in the United States
104 Other depository institutions in the United States
105 Banks in foreign countries
106 Foreign governments and official institutions
107 Certified and official checks
108 All other
109 Total nontransaction accounts
110 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
111
U.S. government
112 States and political subdivisions in the United States
113 Commercial banks in the United States
114
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
115
Other commercial banks in the United States
116 Other depository institutions in the United States
117 Banks in foreign countries
118
Foreign branches of other U.S. banks
119
Other banks in foreign countries
120 Foreign governments and official institutions
121 Allother
122 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase .
123 Federal funds purchased
124 Securities sold under agreements to repurchase
125 Demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasury
126 Other borrowed money
127 Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
128 Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
129 Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and agreement subsidiaries, and IBF's
130 All other liabilities 3
131 Total equity capital

132



83

0

2,528,663

1,362,779

t t
I I

n.a.

19,180

Under 100

444,161

n.a.
326,731
191,897

n.a.

24,252
11,366

1,414,215

n.a.
1,036,049
948,538
2,436
37,896
23,186

82

1

833,655
769,117

332,229
304,555

1,496

488

44,667
9,423
2,644

22,988

23,088

5,118
7,218
1,164

127
397

1,315
812
n.a.
n.a.

873

10,493

5,785

2,029

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

110,872

312,761
263,342

218,131
192,800

42
85,779
76,444

1,468

1,155

389

8,836
17,889
3,253
6,680

10,752

5,974

6,119
1,309
106
106

683
241
n.a.
n.a,

801
10,493

n.a.

5,785

n.a.

2,029

18

233,519
186,506

132,949
113,594

44,488
39,317

1,445
6,459
17,889
3,252
6,675

799

1,134
4,817
6,118
1,291
106
106

377
1,834
682
232
n.a.
n.a.

10,493

5,785

2,029

n.a.

n.a.

723,288
685,196

615,525
576,317

18
246,450
228,110

968

341

99

29,061
5,297

33,915
3,304

17,014

673

214,631
146,623
68,009

n.a.

n.a.

130,527
25,820
19,560

96,859
25,411
17,077

n.a.
92,442
210,439

n.a.
72,245
101,788

792
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
37,504
5,339

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

3,087

1,865
538
3
535
363
n.a.
279,273
179,082
100,190

217

4,624

1,334
21
17
5
291
n.a.

213,839

62,076
31,528
30,548
3,022
33,114

n.a.
n.a.
10,306
59,355
20,072

n.a.

392
2,356

22,195

n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

16,178
75,141

632
n.a.
n.a.
571
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
24
2,565

932
1,634
379
554
17
126
n.a.
4,019
33,509

73. Insured commercial banks assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Ql
Banks with foreign offices5'

Item
Total

Banks with domesticoffices only 6

Total
132
133
134
135
136
137

138
139
140
141
142
143
144

MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans, gross
Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts . . . .
Total brokered deposits
Total brokered retail deposits
Issued in denominations of $100,000 or less
Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by
the broker in shares of $100 000 or less
Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Total time deposits of less than $100,000
Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
Open-account time deposits of $100,000 or more
All NOW accounts (including "Super NOW" accounts)
Total time and savings deposits

Over 100

964
ii

71 5
iL

249
50,901
47,552
15,129
4,331

1,357
47,122
18,923
12,074
3,501

n.a.
17,366
964
886
790

8,573

96

193,995
84,931
224,265
187,412
32,684
77,778
802,530

129,983
77,688
277
126,696
4,570
82,984
700,706

37,768
28,782
138,276
40,211
1,415
39,851
287,741

954,742

655,725

193,955

23,540

13,879

n.a.

77,682

n. a.

Domestic

10,797

Ii

Foreign

83,832

40,508

191,025
81,791
186,497
253,010

128,570
75,956
127,218
279,684

37,314
27,997
39,339
138,463

2,661

9,673

n. a.

n. .

Quarterly averages
145 Total loans
146 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in
the United States
147 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone and
preauthorized transfer accounts)
148
149
150
1*>1

Nontransaction accounts
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
All other time deposits

152 Number of banks




if

^ j

12, 572

23 8

'r

n.a.

Under 100

133

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 1990*—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q2
Banks with domestic
offices only 6

Banks with foreign offices5

Item
Total

Total
1 Total assets2

3,343,449

2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3
Cash items in process of collection, unposted debits, and currency
4
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits and coin
5
Currency and coin
6
Balances due from depository institutions in the United States
7
Balances due from banks in foreign countries and foreign central banks . .
8
Balances due from Federal Reserve Banks
MEMO
9 Noninterest-bearing balances due from commercial banks in the
United States (included in balances due from depository
institutions in the U S )
10 Total securities, loans and lease financing receivables, net

...

28 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell . . . .
29 Federal funds sold
....
30
Securities purchased under agreements to resell
31 Total loans and lease financing receivables, gross
32 LESS: Unearned income on loans
....
33 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
34
LESS: Allowance for loan and lease losses
35
LESS: Allocated transfer risk reserves
36
EQUALS* Total loans and leases net
Total loans, gross, by category
37 Loans secured by real estate
. . .
38 Construction and land development
39 Farmland
40
One— to— four family residential properties
41
Revolving, open-end loans secured by one-to-four family residential
properties and extended under lines of credit
42
All other loans secured by one-to-four family residential properties . .
43
Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
44
Nonfarm nonresidential properties
45 Loans to depository institutions
46
To commercial banks in the United States
47
To other depository institutions in the United States
48 To banks in foreign countries
Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans
To U S addressees (domicile)
To non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
Acceptances of other banks
U S banks
Foreign banks
Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal
expenditures (includes purchased paper)
57 Credit cards and related plans
58 Other (includes single payment and installment)

134



j L

n.a.

1r

1 1 Total securities book value
....
12
U.S. Treasury securities and U.S. government agency and corporation
obligations
..
13
U S Treasury securities .
..
14
U.S. government agency and corporation obligations
15
All holdings of U.S. government- issued or guaranteed certificates of
participation in pools of residential mortgages
16
All other
17
Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the
United States
18 Other domestic securities
19
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of
residential mortgages
20
All other . . .
21
Foreign securities
22 Equity securities
23 Marketable
24
Investments in mutual funds
25
Other
26
LESS; Net unrealized loss
27 Other equity securities

49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

314,375

Foreign

Domestic

Over 100

Under 100

1,916,754

442,702

1,530,236

1,049,811

376,883

117,425
83,083
70,373
12,710
12,061
2,627
19,655

66,892
32,210
23,376
8,334
19,813
2,211
12,658

24,917

222,566
84,702
n.a.
n.a.
32,505
85,524
19,834

105,141
1,619
n.a.
n.a.
20,445
82,898
179

n.a.

n.a.

8,064

14,071

9,128

n.a.

n.a.

934,725

335,927

t

n.a.

2,764,358

1,493,705

593,228

251,815

34,823

216,991

225,950

115,463

409,758
n.a.
n.a.

157,342
47,788
109,553

2,993
892
2,101

154,348
46,896
107,452

162,793
69,050
93,743

89,624
n.a.
n.a.

137,771
n.a.

76,290
33,263

1,687
415

74,603
32,849

43,135
50,608

18,347
n.a.

87,220
n.a.

32,870
28,053

1,456
1,756

31,413
26,297

37,410
21,566

16,940
n.a,

3,751
53,500
n.a.
8,910
4,746
1,958
3,237
449
4,164

1,936
26,117
29,681
3,870
1,072
175
1,048
152
2,798

157
1 ,600
27,782
836
257
13
244
0
579

1,779
24,517
1,899
3,034
815
163
804
152
2,219

1,353
20,213
408
3,773
2,730
897
2,026
193
1,043

463
7,170
n.a.
1,267
944
886
163
104
323

149,476
131,949
17,527
2,085,674
13,985
2,071,689
49,780
255
2,021,654

77,344
63,508
13,836
1,205,370
5,815
1,199,555
34,756
253
1,164,546

638
n.a.
n.a.
211,129
1,499
209,630
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

76,706
n.a.
n.a.
994,242
4,316
989,926
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

49,668
46,206
3,462
677,033
6,165
670,869
11,760
1
659,108

22,464
22,234
229
203,271
2,006
201,265
3,264
1
198,000

800,945

400,928

25,427

I

375,501
87,632
2,163
170,435

299,073
39,488
5,288
149,956

100,944
7,738
9,681
55,425

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

52,283
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

45,009
21,747
1,771
21,491

18,868
1,103
147
17,618

29,512
140,923
11,358
103,912
26,141
20,645
1,624
3,872

22,650
127,306
7,846
96,494
6,876
6,333
525
18

3,048
52,377
1,948
26,152
397
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

32,217
618,407
n.a.
n.a.
2,973
n.a.
n.a.

5,834
432,758
350,442
82,316
957
273
684

318
103,285
23,351
79,935
560
26
150

5,517
329,473
327,092
2,381
397
247
n.a.

8,150
145,925
145,579
346
1,088
n.a.
n.a.

18,233
39,724
n.a.
n.a.
929
n.a.
n.a.

388,947
123,038
265,909

162,204
48,472
113,732

16,690
n.a.
n.a.

145,515
n.a.
n.a.

187,634
72,450
115,184

39,109
2,116
36,992

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q2
Item
Total

Banks with foreign offices5
Total

Foreign

Domestic

Banks with domestic
offices only 6
Over 100

Under 100

59 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the U.S.
60 Taxable
61 Tax-exempt
62 All other loans
63 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
64 Other loans
65
Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
66
All other loans

37,004
1,091
35,913
115,958
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

22,093
626
21,467
104,706
25,193
79,514
n.a.
n.a.

246
88
158
41,709
23,620
18,089
n.a.
n.a.

21,847
538
21,309
62,997
1,573
61,425
14,602
46,823

13,363
408
12,955
9,445
128
9,317
1,466
7,851

1,549
57
1,491
1,806
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75

36,941
49,912
49,352
16,216
2,810
23,802
n.a.
8,722
113,903

30,880
48,352
26,769
8,627
2,381
23,399
n.a.
4,993
85,963

4,025
24,650

26,855
23,672

5,480
1,370
16,189
5,343
375
388
n.a.
3,468
21,061

581
189
6,395
2,247
54
14
n.a.
261
6,878

76 Total liabilities, limited-life preferred stock and equity capital

3,343,449

1,916,754

1,049,811

376,883

77 Total liabilities7

3,128,387

1,813,711

442,493

1,427,401

971,962

342,713

78 Limited-life preferred stock
79 Total deposits
80 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
81 U.S. government
82 States and political subdivisions in the United States
83 Commercial banks in the United States
84 Other depository institutions in the United States
85 Banks in foreign countries
86 Foreign governments and official institutions
87 Certified 8and official checks
88 All other
89 Total transaction accounts
90 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
91 U.S. government
92 States and political subdivisions in the Untied States
93 Commercial banks in the United States
94 Other depository institutions in the United States
95 Banks in foreign countries
96 Foreign governments and official institutions
97 Certified and official checks
98 All other
99 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
100 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
101 U.S. government
102 States and political subdivisions in the United States
103 Commercial banks in the United States
104 Other depository institutions in the United States
105 Banks in foreign countries
106 Foreign governments and official institutions
107 Certified and official checks
108 All other
109 Total nontransaction accounts
110 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
111
U.S. government
112 States and political subdivisions in the United States
113 Commercial banks in the United States
114
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
115
Other commercial banks in the United States
116 Other depository institutions in the United States
117 Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of other U.S. banks
118
Other banks in foreign countries
119
120 Foreign governments and official institutions
121 All other
122 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase .
123 Federal funds purchased
124 Securities sold under agreements to repurchase
125 Demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasury
126 Other borrowed money
127 Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
128 Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
129 Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and agreement subsidiaries, and IBF's
130 All other liabilities 3
131 Total equity capital

83
2,573,204

0
1,382,010
A

n.a.
330,005
196,108

n.a.
1,052,005
965,462
2,577
37,843
22,708
5,398
6,342
1,085
10,590
n.a.
319,057
268,959
1,648
9,713
18,027
3,585
5,791
744
10,590
n.a.
240,586
193,105
1,632
7,117
18,027
3,585
5,787
743
10,590
n.a.
732,948
696,503
929
28,130
4,681
424
4,257
1,813
551
9
542
341
n.a.
200,438
n.a.
n.a.
23,139
56,215
18,077
n.a.
22,874
n.a.
n.a.

81
857,017
792,263
1,654
44,462
9,126
2,738
161
272
6,343
n.a.
222,704
195,471
1,344
11,857
6,339
1,204
137
9
6,343
n.a.
136,905
116,364
1,321
5,206
6,335
1,190
137
9
6,343
n.a.
634,313
596,791
310
32,605
2,786
232
2,554
1,534
24
20
4
262
n.a.
63,252
31,368
31,884
4,929
28,844
388
1,917
n.a.
15,615
77,767

1
334,177
306,568
581
22,695
1,217
912
n.a.
n.a.
2,157
48
85,795
75,915
484
6,342
635
244
n.a.
n.a.
2,157
18
44,878
39,401
474
1,959
634
236
n.a.
n.a.
2,157
18
248,381
230,653
96
16,353
582
n.a.
n.a.
668
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
29
3,017
1,340
1,677
529
837
14
121
n.a.
4,018
34,168

Lease financing receivables
Assets held in trading accounts
Premises and fixed assets (including capitalized leases)
Other real estate owned
Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies
Customers' liability on acceptances, outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs
Intangible assets
Other assets




n.a.

I

33,309
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

n.a,

19,841

23,328
11,341

22,243
751
110,904

267,501
167,508
99,993
n.a.
121,718
23,905
19,594
n.a.
93,869
214,979

201,233
134,800
66,432
n.a.
92,037
23,502
17,555
n.a.
74,236
103,043

795
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
35,822
5,426
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

135

73. Insured commercial banks assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q2
Banks with foreign offices5

Item
Total

Total
132
133
1 34
135
136
137

138
139
140
141
142
143
144

MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans, gross
Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts . . . .
Total brokered deposits
Total brokered retail deposits
Issued in denominations of $100 000 or less
Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by
the broker in shares of $100 000 or less
..
Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Total time deposits of less than $100,000
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
Open-account time deposits of $100,000 or more
All NOW accounts (including ' 'Super NOW" accounts)
Total time and savings deposits

1,0 40
ji

68 1
ii

n. a.

n a.

n. a -

Nontransaction accounts
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
A l l other time deposits . . .
. . .

152 Number of banks

136



...

...

359
53,823
50,425
18,769
4,696

1.263
50,572
18,901
13,152
3,494

n.a.
18,095
1,096
1,028
903

9.658

125

194,587
86,147
237,782
182,639
31,793
77,364
811,419

131.028
79,445
293
125,344
5,113
83,797
720,112

37,341
29,069
141,065
39,491
1,408
39,517
289,299

662,105

197,032

22,488

12,4 81

1f

n.a.

84,897

40,687

193,830
83,484
184,408
262,648

'f
2 35

13,409

79,193

ir
..

Over 100

963,265

..

Quarterly averages
145 Total loans .
146 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in
the United States
147 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone and
preauthorized transfer accounts)
..
148
149
150
151

Under 100

Domestic

14,072

ji

Foreign

Banks with domestic
offices only 6

129,948
78,008
125,989
288,324

37,180
28,584
39,152
141,023

2,648

9,598

n.a.

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q3
Banks with domestic
offices only 6

Banks with foreign offices5

Item
Total

Total
2

1 Total assets

MEMO
9 Noninterest-bearing balances due from commercial banks in the
United States (included in balances due from depository
institutions in the US)

Domestic

Over 100

Under 100

3,364,654

...

2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3
Cash items in process of collection unposted debits and currency
4
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits and coin
5 Currency and coin
6
Balances due from depository institutions in the United States
7
Balances due from banks in foreign countries and foreign central banks . .
8
Balances due from Federal Reserve Banks

Foreign

1,922,109

443,072

1,540,281

1,064,017

378,528

297,906

210,453
79,922
n.a.
n.a.
31,840
79,868
18,823

97,317
1,834
n.a.
n.a.
18,350
76,984
149

113,135
78,088
64,873
13,215
13,490
2,884
18,674

63,683
31,496
22,621
8,884
18,548
2,034
11,606

23,770

9,152

13,466

8,806

n.a.

JL

n.a.

if

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

2,790,111

1,504,197

947,613

338,302

1 1 Total securities, book value
12 U.S. Treasury securities and U.S. government agency and corporation
obligations
13
U S Treasury securities
14
U.S. government agency and corporation obligations
15
All holdings of U.S. government-issued or guaranteed certificates of
participation in pools of residential mortgages
16
All other
17
Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the
United States
18 Other domestic securities
19
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of
residential mortgages
.
20
All other
21
Foreign securities
22 Equity securities .
23 Marketable
24
Investments in mutual funds
25
Other
26
LESS: Net unrealized loss
27 Other equity securities

600,607

253,530

33,293

220,237

231,563

115,514

419,856
n.a.
n.a.

161,429
47,761
113,668

2,846
704
2,142

158,583
47,058
111,526

168,626
69,848
98,779

89,801
n.a.
n.a.

144,143
n.a.

78,157
35,511

1,659
484

76,499
35,027

46,898
51,881

19,088
n.a.

86,447
n.a.

31,750
27,890

1,055
1,888

30,695
26,002

37,783
21,120

16,914
n.a.

3,564
52,942
n.a.
8,734
4,549
1,978
3,106
535
4,185

1,771
26,119
28,619
3,842
1,030
150
1,076
195
2,812

90
1,798
26,669
835
285
15
271
1
550

1,681
24,321
1,950
3,007
745
135
805
194
2,262

1,334
19,786
444
3,589
2,547
910
1,861
224
1,042

459
7,038
n.a.
1,303
972
918
170
116
331

28 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell . . . .
29
Federal funds sold
.
30
Securities purchased under agreements to resell
3 1 Total loans and lease financing receivables gross
32
LESS* Unearned income on loans
33 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
34
LESS' Allowance for loan and lease losses
35
LESS: Allocated transfer risk reserves
36
EQUALS: Total loans and leases net

146,868
126,496
20,372
2,108,861
13,992
2,094,869
51,996
238
2,042,636

74,672
58,067
16,605
1,218,429
5,830
1,212,599
36,368
237
1,175,994

487
n.a.
n.a.
218,985
1,553
217,432
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

74,186
n.a.
n.a.
999,443
4,276
995,167
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

49,752
46,281
3,471
684,778
6,171
678,607
12,309
0
666,298

22,444
22,148
296
205,655
1,991
203,664
3,319
1
200,344

816,082

407,425

27,178

380,247
85,582
2,166
176,846

305,885
39,277
5,398
155,186

102,772
7,942
9,762
56,422

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

52,574
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

46,135
22,696
2,075
21,364

18,135
n.a.
112
17,099

31,784
145,062
10,833
104,820
27,404
21,176
1,963
4,265

24,154
131,032
7,960
98,064
6,045
5,597
423
26

3,261
53,161
2,022
26,625
393
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

33,536
617,977
n.a.
n.a.
2,528
n.a.
n.a.

5,874
434,823
349,494
85,329
863
261
602

325
108,096
24,845
83,446
499
13
486

5,549
326,727
143,519
1,882
364
248
116

8,549
143,859
145,208
340
932
n.a.
n.a.

19,113
39,295
n.a.
n.a.
733
n.a.
n.a.

396,920
127,415
269,505

166,330
50,603
115,727

17,532
n.a.
n.a.

148,799
n.a.
n.a.

191,168
74,577
116,591

39,422
2,235
37,187

10 Total securities, loans and lease financing receivables, net

Total loans, gross, by category
37 Loans secured by real estate
38
Construction and land development
39 Farmland . . . .
40
One-to-four family residential properties
41
Revolving, open-end loans secured by one-to-four family residential
properties and extended under lines of credit
42
All other loans secured by one-to-four family residential properties . .
43
Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
44
Nonfarm nonresidential properties
45 Loans to depository institutions
46
To commercial banks in the United States
47
To other depository institutions in the United States
48
To banks in foreign countries
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans
To U S addressees (domicile)
To non-U S addressees (domicile)
Acceptances of other banks
U.S. banks . .
Foreign banks
Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal
expenditures (includes purchased paper)
57 Credit cards and related plans
58 Other (includes single payment and installment)




....

n.a.

137

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q3
Item
Total

Banks with foreign offices3
Total

Foreign

Domestic

Banks with domes tieoff ices only 6
Over 100

Under 100

59 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the U.S.
60 Taxable
61 Tax-exempt
62 All other loans
63 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
64 Other loans
65
Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
66
All other loans

35,990
1,204
34,785
115,606
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

21,217
690
20,527
104,305
24,840
79,465
n.a.
n.a.

273
118
155
42,218
23,372
18,846
n.a.
n.a.

20,943
572
20,372
62,087
1,468
60,620
13,950
46,670

13,209
452
12,758
9,521
122
9,399
1,489
7,910

1,563
62
1,501
1,779
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75

37,648
51,722
50,068
18,543
2,622
24,693
n.a.
9,253
119,685

31,456
50,280
27,272
10,537
2,156
24,236
n.a.
5,264
87,714

4,133
26,046

27,323
24,208
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
34,988
n.a.
n.a.

5,610
1,284
16,396
5,760
409
440
n.a.
3,704
24,729

583
208
6,401
2,247
57
16
n.a.
285
7,243

76 Total liabilities, limited-life preferred stock and equity capital

3,364,654

1,922,109

1,064,017

378,528

77 Total liabilities7

3,147,648

1,818,997

443,925

1,436,316

984,742

343,908

81
2,587,079

0
n.a.
1,384,628 329,537
198,700

n.a.
1,055,091
967,425
3,803
36,907
23,343
4,893
7,557
1,414
9,749
n.a.
312,560
261,111
2,817
9,276
18,727
3,056
7,047
778
9,749
n.a.
235,817
187,035
2,799
6,632
18,726
3,056
7,042
111
9,749
n.a.
742,530
706,314
985
27,631
4,616
378
4,238
1,837
510
17
493
635
n.a.
196,393
n.a.
n.a.
25,567
54,658
18,495
n.a.
26,256
n.a.
n.a.

81
867,407
803,782
1,996
44,101
8,228
3,120
108
241
5,831
n.a.
219,764
193,252
1,633
11,667
6,050
1,232
89
9
5,831
n.a.
134,025
114,149
1,607
5,077
6,046
1,215
89
9
5,831
n.a.
647,643
610,530
363
32,434
2,178
227
1,951
1,888
19
16
3
231
n.a.
64,416
35,038
29,378
5,473
29,097
440
1,418
n.a.
16,491
79,194

0
335,044
308,368
592
21,939
1,160
905
n.a.
n.a.
2,021
59
84,645
75,181
486
6,128
591
224
n.a.
n.a.
2,021
14
43,842
38,650
472
1,882
589
215
n.a.
n.a.
2,021
14
250,399
233,187
105
15,811
569
n.a.
n.a.
68!
n.u.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
45
2,979
1,274
1,705
618
901
16
117
n.a.
4,233
34,619

Lease financing receivables
Assets held in trading accounts
Premises and fixed assets (including capitalized leases)
Other real estate owned
Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies
Customers' liability on acceptances, outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs
Intangible assets
Other assets

78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131

Limited-life preferred stock
Total deposits
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U.S. government
States and political subdivisions in the United States
Commercial banks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
Certified 8and official checks
All other
Total transaction accounts
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U.S. government
States and political subdivisions in the Untied States
Commercial banks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
Certified and official checks
All other
Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U.S.
"" government
States and political subdivisions in the United States
Commercial banks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
Certified and official checks
All other
Total nontransactiori accounts
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U.S. government
States and political subdivisions in the United States
Commercial banks in the United States
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
Other commercial banks in the United States
Other depository institutions in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of other U.S. banks
Other banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
Allother
Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase .
Federal funds purchased
Securities sold under agreements to repurchase
Demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasury
Other borrowed money
..
Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and agreement subsidiaries, and IBF's
All other liabilities
Total equity capital 3

138



t t
I i

n.a.

n.a.

n.a

T

24,5
24,537
10,520
*

106,943

197,183
132,486
64,697
n.a.
92,237
24,339
17,558
n.a.
77,485
103,111

790
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
37,579
5,844
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

18,373

264,579
168,798
95,780
n.a.
122,235
24,795
19,093
n.a.
98,209
216,925

23,123
771

73. Insured commercial banks assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q3
Banks with foreign offices5

Item
Total

Total
132
133
134
135
136
137

MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans gross
Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts . . . .
Total brokered deposits
Total brokered retail deposits
Issued in denominations of $100,000 or less
Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by
the broker in shares of $100,000 or less

138
139
140
141
142
143
144

Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Total time deposits of less than $100 000
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
Open- account time deposits of $100 000 or more
All NOW accounts (including "Super NOW" accounts)
Total time and savings deposits

Nontransaction accounts
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
All other time deposits

152 Number of banks




\f

\f

12, 385

2 35

i'

n.a.
18,444
794
724
651

9,976

73

198,853
86,828
247,897
176,627
32,325
75,660
819,274

134,335
79,324
303
126,132
5,258
84,093
733,382

37,543
28,887
143,258
39,320
1,391
39,539
291,202

669,581

200,347

13,020

n.a.

85,473

40,614

196,869
86,540
181,091
276,545

n. a.

1,616
52,493
19,875
13,550
3,574

76,617

n. a.

7<*4
ji

137
56,516
50,360
22,847
4,478

21,186

31
i

Over 100

967,224

n. a.

8

Quarterly averages
145 Total loans . . .
.
146 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in
the United States
147 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone and
preauthorized transfer accounts)
148
149
150
151

Under 100

Domestic

18,369

iL

Foreign

Banks with domestic
offices only 6

133,075
78,848
126,067
304,484

37,363
28,766
38,950
143,409

2,639

9,511

n.a.

139

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q4
Banks with domestic
offices only 6

Banks with foreign offices 3

Item
Total

Total
2

1 Total assets

2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3
Cash items in process of collection, unposted debits, and currency
4
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits and coin
5
Currency and coin
6
Balances due from depository institutions in the United States
7
Balances due from banks in foreign countries and foreign central banks . .
8
Balances due from Federal Reserve Banks
MEMO
9 Noninterest-bearing balances due from commercial banks in the
United States (included in balances due from depository
institutions in the U S )
10 Total securities, loans and lease financing receivables, net
1 1 Total securities, book value
12
U.S. Treasury securities and U.S. government agency and corporation
obligations
13
U.S Treasury securities . . . .
14
U.S. government agency and corporation obligations
15
All holdings of U.S. government-issued or guaranteed certificates of
participation in pools of residential mortgages
16
All other
17
Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the
United States .
18 Other domestic securities . .
19
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of
residential mortgages . . . .
20
All other
21
Foreign securities
22 Equity securities
23 Marketable
24
Investments in mutual funds
25
Other
26
LESS: Net unrealized loss . . ,
27 Other equity securities
28 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell . . . .
29
Federal funds sold .
30
Securities purchased under agreements to resell
31 Total loans and lease financing receivables, gross
32
LESS: Unearned income on loans
33 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
34
LESS: Allowance for loan and lease losses
.. . .
35
LESS' Allocated transfer risk reserves
36 EQUALS: Total loans and leases, net . . . .
Total loans, gross, by category
37 Loans secured by real estate .
38
Construction and land development
39
Farmland
40 One-to-four family residential properties .
. . . .
41
Revolving, open-end loans secured by one-to-four family residential
properties and extended under lines of credit
42
All other loans secured by one-to-four family residential properties . .
43
Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties . . . . .
44
Nonfarm nonresidential properties
45 Loans to depository institutions
46
To commercial banks in the United States
47
To other depository institutions in the United States
48 To banks in foreign countries
...
49 Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
50 Commercial and industrial loans
51
To U.S. addressees (domicile)
52 To non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
53 Acceptances of other banks
5 4 U.S. banks
. . . .
55 Foreign banks
...
56 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal
expenditures (includes purchased paper)
57 Credit cards and related plans
58 Other (includes single payment and installment)

140



Foreign

Domestic

Over 100

Under 100

3,367,816

1,901,535

410,670

1,559,299

1,078,526

387,755

314,651

217,412
95,036
n.a.
n.a.
30,688
68,171
23,518

83,874
1,702
n.a.
n.a.
16,971
65,006
195

133,539
93,334
75,506
17,829
13,717
3,165
23,323

70.906
37,021
25,233
11,788
19,939
2,474
11,472

26,332

9,444

14,716

9,869

J I

n.a.

ir

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

t

n.a.

2,788,465

1,487,835

955,324

345,306

600,847

247,372

32,669

214,703

236,187

117,288

423,182
n.a.
n.a.

158,206
42,616
115,590

3,040
821
2,218

155,167
41,795
113,372

173,656
69,583
104,073

91,320
n.a.
n.a.

146,111
n.a.

76,314
39,277

1,872
347

74,442
38,930

49,001
55,072

20,796
n.a.

82,940
n.a.

29,477
27,417

1,005
1,424

28,472
25,993

36,597
21,971

16,866
n.a.

3,669
53,581
n.a.
8,938
4,437
1,906
2,993
461
4,501

1,900
25,517
28,152
4,120
996
249
936
190
3,124

87
1,337
26,119
1,081
301
32
269
0
780

1,813
24,180
2,033
3,039
695
217
668
190
2,344

1,337
20,634
385
3,577
2,541
837
1,883
179
1,037

432
7,430
n.a.
1,240
901
819
174
92
340

146,134
124,479
21,655
2,109,8)9
13,166
2,096,652
54,924
244
2,041,484

70,228
53,404
16,823
1,214,370
5,453
1,208,916
38,438
243
1,170,235

568
n.a.
n.a.
208,760
1,491
207,269
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

69,659
n.a.
n.a.
1 .005,609
3,963
1,001,647
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

50,422
46,067
4,355
687,611
5.790
681,822
13,106
0
668,716

25,485
25,008
477
207,838
1 ,923
205,914
3,380
1
202,533

824,812

413,767

26,585

387,182
80,215
2,132
184,121

307,030
37,625
5,387
156,408

104,014
7,694
9,709
57,494

24,667
131,741
8,132
99,479
9,464
9,025
424
16

3,438
54,056
2,082
27,035
487
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.u.

50,900
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

40,948
21,311
1,842
17,795

15,387
610
109
14,668

33,226
150,895
10,615
110,099
25,562
20,701
1,733
3,128

33,217
611,872
n.a.
n.a.
3,858
n.a.
n.a.

5,941
429,679
347,789
81,890
665
312
353

304
103,591
23,404
80,187
301
64
236

5,636
326,088
324,385
1,703
365
248
117

8,441
142,563
142,197
366
1,528
n.a.
n.a.

18,835
39,630
n.a.
n.a.
1 ,665
n.a,
n.a.

399,095
132,800
266,295

169,116
53,171
115,945

17,194
n.a.
n.a.

151,922
n.a.
n.a.

190,758
77,008
113,751

39,221
2,621
36,599

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901- -Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q4
Banks with foreign offices 5

Item
Total

Total

Foreign

Domestic

Banks with domestic
offices only 6
Over 100

Under 100

59 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the U.S.
60 Taxable
61 Tax-exempt
62 All other loans
63 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
64 Other loans
65
Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
66
All other loans

33,905
1,336
32,570
114,197
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

19,714
877
18,837
102,740
25,262
77,478
n.a.
n.a.

273
120
152
40,953
23,953
17,000
n.a.
n.a.

19,441
737
18,635
61,737
1,309
60,478
11,025
49,4;>3

12,646
399
12,247
9,609
116
9,492
1,489
8,004

1,545
60
1,486
1,849
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75

37,962
47,881
51,020
21,411
2,694
21,708
n.a.
10,501
109,485

31,798
46,133
28,078
12,505
2,267
21,331
n.a.
6,191
79,783

4,173
24,059

27,625
22,038

5,572
1,548
16,496
6,575
367
359
n.a.
3,957
22,993

592
200
6,446
2,330
60
18
n.a.
354
6,709

76 Total liabilities*, limited-life preferred stock and equity capital . ,

3,367,816

1,901,535

1,078,526

387,755

77 Total liabilities7

3,150,323

1,797,485

411,522

1,454,3%

999,660

353,178

78 Limited-life preferred stock
79 Total deposits
80 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
81
U.S. government
82 States and political subdivisions in the United States
83 Commercial banks in the United States
84 Other depository institutions in the United States
85 Banks in foreign countries
86 Foreign governments and official institutions
87 Certified 8and official checks
88 All other
89 Total transaction accounts
90 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
91 U.S. government
92 States and political subdivisions in the Untied States
93 Commercial banks in the United States
94 Other depository institutions in the United States
95 Banks in foreign countries
96 Foreign governments and official institutions
97 Certified and official checks
98 All other
99 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
100 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
101 U.S. government
102 States and political subdivisions in the United States
103 Commercial banks in the United States
104 Other depository institutions in the United States
105 Banks in foreign countries
106 Foreign governments and official institutions
107 Certified and official checks
108 All other
109 Total nontransaction accounts
110 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
111 U.S. government
112 States and political subdivisions in the United States
113 Commercial banks in the United States
114
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
Other commercial banks in the United States
:
115
116 Other depository institutions in the United States
117 Banks in foreign countries
118
Foreign branches of other U.S. banks
Other banks in foreign countries
119
120 Foreign governments and official institutions
121
All other
122 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase .
123 Federal funds purchased
124 Securities sold under agreements to repurchase
125 Demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasury ,
126 Other borrowed money
127 Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
128 Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
129 Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and agreement subsidiaries, and IBF's
130 AH other liabilities 3
131 Total equity capital

6
2,631,390

n.a.
0
1,403,811 293,391
186,957

n.a,
1,110,419
1,017,41*2
5,743
38,692
23,565
4,806
7,5:!7
1,284
11,3 0
n.a,
354,8:19
297,5:!0

4
883,187
819,655
2,536
43,328
8,530
2,812
118
54
6,155
n.a.
234,126
205,886
2,252
11,828
6,653
1,243
93
16
6,155
n.a.
142,922
121,447
2,235
5,096
6,651
1,229
93
16
6,155
n.a.
649,061
613,769
284
31,500
1,877
208
1,670
1,569
24
18
7
37
n.a.
65,167
35,919
29,248
4,899
27,658
359
1,582
n.a.
16,808
78,862

2
344,393
316,951
824
22,151
1,143
964
n.a.
n.a.
2,316
43
90,842
80,586
717
6,387
562
251
n.a.
n.a.
2,316
22
47,384
41,676
705
1,863
562
241
n.a.
n.a.
2,316
22
253,550
236,365
107
15,763
581
n.a.
n.a.
713

Lease financing receivables
Assets held in trading accounts
Premises and fixed assets (including capitalized leases)
Other real estate owned
Investments in u neon soli dated subsidiaries and associated companies
Customers' liability on acceptances, outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs
Intangible assets
Other assets




t
I

T
20,644

n.a.
47,338
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

t t
I i

n.a.

19,346
12,173

18,062
18,0(
863
87,510

4,7:14

10,7 7
19,2112
3,336

7,0:16

244,392
153,877
90,515
n.a.
114,203
21,909
23,737
n.a.
91,476
217,487

176,085
116,790
59,295
n.a.
85,709
21,532
22,035
n.a.
70,495
104,050

959
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
32,357
4,342
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

893
11,3:0
n.a,
270,478
216,043
4,699
7,883
19,2K2
3,3:16
7,0:14
891
11,310
n.a
755,591
719,902
1,009
27,974
4,283
3(>8
3,916
1,470
501
1
5(10
391
n.a
175,126
n.a
n.a
17,818
53,3f3
17,U9
n.a,
21,096
n.a,
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
21
3,141
1,168
1,973
498
836
18
120
n.a.
4,173
34,575

141

73. Insured commercial banks assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
B. Domestic and foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q4
Banks with foreign offices 3

Item
Total

Banks with domestic
offices only fi

Total
132
133
134
1 35
136
137

138
139
140
141
142
143
144

MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans, gross
Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts . . . .
Total brokered deposits .
.
. . .
Total brokered retail deposits
Issued in denominations of $100 000 or less
Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated out by
the broker in shares of $100 000 or less
Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Total time deposits of less than $100,000
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
Open-account time deposits of $100,000 or more
All NOW accounts {including "Super NOW" accounts)
Total time and savings deposits , .

Domestic

Over 100

Under 100

5C •5

3* 0

155
58,995
51,344
24,159
4,489

2,498
53,997
20,349
14,690
4,410

n.a.
18,981
765
709
577

19,670

10,281

132

204,615
88,944
257,028
174,943
30,061
83,452
839,942

134,329
79,107
309
122,004
4,555
89,565
740,265

38,185
29,000
145,884
39,182
1,299
42,212
297,008

978,380

ii

Foreign

672,731

202,318

L

n. a.

n. a.

i

n. a -

Quarterlv averages
145 Total loans
146 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in
the United States
147 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone and
preauthorized transfer accounts)
148
149
150
151

Nontransaction accounts
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
All other time deposits

152 Number of banks

142



k

20,397

1f
12, 317

1
23 2

n.a.

86,991

41,647

201,571
88,120
176,857
286,251
1

12,677

78,922

134,315
78,529
124,312
309,988

37,978
28,762
38,809
145,650

2,616

9,469

n.a.

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Ql
Item

Members
Total

Nonmembers

Total

Nationa

State

2,541,990

2,016,162

1,625,019

391,142

525,828

181,891
92,644
20,547
31,874
5,280
31,546

149,809
83,113
16,948
20,221
4,087
25,439

120,796
68,260
14,145
16,358
3,179
18,814

29,012
14,853
2,803
3,823
908
6,625

32,082
9,531
3,599
11,653
1,193
6,107

8 Total securities, loans and lease financing receivables, (net of unearned income) . . . .

2,195,356

1,726,161

1,402,404

323,758

469,195

9 Total securities book value
10 U.S. Treasury securities
11
U S government agency and corporation obligations
12
AH holdings of U.S. government- is sued or guaranteed certificates of
participation in pools of residential mortgages
13
All other . . .
14 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States
15 Other domestic debt securities
16
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential mortgages . .
17
All other .
18
Foreign debt securities
19 Equity securities
20
Marketable
21
Investments in mutual funds
22
Other
23
LESS* Net unrealized loss
24 Other equity issues

433,701
116,557
188,630

325,949
82,104
148,962

251,351
64,417
116,460

74,559
17,687
32,502

107,751
34,453
39,668

109,277
79,353
72,072
47,260
3,621
43,640
2,495
6,687
2,986
1,041
2,304
358
3,700

92,735
56,227
55,434
33,946
2,706
31,240
2,124
3,380
700
482
304
86
2,679

72,877
43,5O
41,840
25,0*8
2,310
22,778
8S-1
2,6S5
569
426
2t<2
2,127

19,858
12,644
13,595
8,858
396
8,462
1,233
684
132
55
102
26
552

16,542
23,126
16,638
13,315
915
12,400
371
3,307
2,286
559
2,000
273
1,021

119,206
45,146
3,469
1,652,994
10,544
1,642,449

96,951
28,919
2,476
1,311,151
7,890
1,303,261

78,3(0
24,6*6
2,165
1,079,102
6,3*9
1,072,713

18,651
4,233
312
232,049
1,501
230,548

22,255
16,227
993
341,842
2,654
339,188

652,851
128,133
7,354
303,191

496,899
102,782
4,824
227,462

424,4M
86,122
4,254
194,168

72,418
16,660
571
33,294

155,952
25,351
2,530
75,729

49,195
253,997
19,246
194,926
28,699
2,137
3,983
12,430

38,395
189,067
15,019
146,812
25,173
1,927
3,797
9,360

32,307
161,860
13,156
126,782
18,308
1,796
1,6(15
8,416

6,088
27,207
1,863
20,030
6,865
130
2,192
943

10,800
64,930
4,227
48,115
3,526
210
186
3,071

476,126
473,748
2,379
1,715
683
244

389,424
387,357
2,068
987
447
182

311,055
309,675
1,380
855
389
K9

79,369
77,681
688
131
57
34

86,702
86,391
311
728
237
62

334,092
75,426
114,411
1,667

258,866
54,803
70,659
1,609

219,7(4
52,369
59,319
1,328

39,102
2,434
11,340
280

75,226
20,623
43,752
58

37,922
1,143
36,779
69,071
17,408
51,663

31,988
937
31,052
63,106
15,993
47,113

23,9:14
682
23,252
44,224
10,175
34,0<;9

8,054
255
7,799
18,882
5,818
13,064

5,933
206
5,727
5,965
1,415
4,550

32,300
19,999
36,873
144,744

28,016
18,762
31,896
121,429

23,3:15
14,520
18,7!i3
87,3(10

4,681
4,243
13,144
34,129

4,284
1,236
4,976
23,315

2,541,990
2,365,009

2,016,162

1,625,019

391,142

525,828

64 Total liabilities 5 .

1,880,003

1,516,7-13

363,270

485,006

65 Total deposits . .
66
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
67
U.S, government
68
States and political subdivisions in the United States
69
Commercial banks in the United States
70
Other depository institutions in the United States
71
Banks in foreign countries
72
Foreign governments and official institutions
73
Certified and official checks

1,869,704
1,717,655
3,933
82,563
32,609
7,762
7,345
1,561
16,277

1,454,251
1,332,679
3,301
61,641
29,213
6,047
6,739
1,473
13,159

1,187,867
1,092,802
2,855
51,6:6
22,394
5,222
3,4Ji5
1 ,029
8,494

266,385
239,877
445
10,025
6,819
826
3,284
443
4,665

415,453
384,976
632
20,922
3,396
1,714
606
88
3,119

1 Total assets2

...

2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits
4
Currency and coin
5
Balances due from depository institutions in the United States
6
Balances due from banks in foreign countries and foreign central banks
7
Balances due from Federal Reserve Banks

9

25 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
26 Federal funds sold
. . . .
27
Securities purchased under agreements to resell
28 Total loans and lease financing receivables gross
29
LESS: Unearned income on loans
30 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
Total loans, gross, by category
31 Loans secured by real estate
32 Construction and land development
33
Farmland
34
One— to—four family residential properties
35
Revolving, open-end loans secured by one-to-four family residential properties and
extended under lines of credit
36
All other loans secured by one— to— four family residential properties
37
Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
38
Nonfarm nonresidential properties
39 Loans to commercial banks in the United States
40 Loans to other depository institutions in the United States
41 Loans to banks in foreign countries
42 Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
43 Commercial and industrial loans
44 To U.S. addressees (domicile)
45
To non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
46 Acceptances of other banks 10
47
Of U.S banks
48
Of foreign banks
49 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
50
Credit cards and related plans
.
51
Other (includes single payment and installments)
52 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
53 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States
54
Taxable
5 5 Tax-exempt . .
. . . .
56 Other loans
57
Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
58
All other loans
.
59
60
61
62

Lease financing receivables
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs
Remaining assets

63 Total liabilities and equity capital




.

... .

eo

143

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Ql
Members

Item

State

Nonmembers

Total
Total

National

74 Total transaction accounts
75
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
76 U.S government
77
States and political subdivisions in the United States
78
Commercial banks in the United States
79
Other depository institutions in the United States
80
Banks in foreign countries
81
Foreign governments and official institutions
82 Certified and official checks

530,892
456,141
2,623
19,587
24,008
4,562
6,786
906
16,277

425,808
361,576
2,132
15,620
22,226
3,743
6,480
873
13,159

342,764
295,344
1,807
12,972
17,257
3,076
3,293
522
8,494

83,044
66,232
324
2,648
4,969
667
3,187
352
4,665

105,084
94,566
492
3,968
1,782
819
306
33
3,119

83 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
84 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
85
U.S, government .
.
86
States and political subdivisions in the United States
87 Commercial banks in the United States
88 Other depository institutions in the United States
89
Banks in foreign countries
90
Foreign governments and official institutions
91
Certified and official checks

366,468
300,100
2,578
1 1 ,276
24,007
4,543
6,781
905
16,277

299,440
241,462
2,097
9,413
22,226
3,732
6,478
873
13,159

236,279
194,068
1,773
7,807
17,257
3,066
3,293
521
8,494

63,162
47,394
324
1 ,606
4,969
667
3,186
352
4,665

67,028
58,638
482
1,863
1,781
811
302
32
3,119

1,338,812
1,261,513
1,309
62,976
8,601
890
7,711
3,199
559
20
539
654

1,028,444
971,103
1,169
46,021
6,987
535
6,452
2,304
259
12
247
599

845,103
797,458
1,048
38,644
5,137
385
4,752
2,146
162
9
153
507

183,340
173,645
121
7,377
1,849
150
1,700
158
98
3
94
92

310,369
290,410
140
16,954
1,614
356
1 ,259
895
300
8
292
55

275,915
31,528
30,548
13,328
92,469
20,464
2,356

240,686
25,253
15,923
1 1 ,949
71,687
19,224
1,850

181,014
21,832
13,249
9,479
60,344
14,937
1,779

59,672
3,422
2,674
2,470
1 1 ,343
4,287
71

35,230
6,275
14,625
1,379
20,782
1,240
506

22,195
90,771

20,617
80,356

18,817
61,313

1,800
19,042

1,578
10,416

176,981

136,158

108,286

27,872

40,823

1,605
98,023
66,476
27,203
7,833

694
76,321
49,635
18,191
4,180

601
63,031
42,479
15,365
3,768

94
13,290
7,156
2,826
412

911
21,702
16,841
9,012
3,652

19,370

14,011

11,597

2,414

5,360

323,978
162,618
500,853
314,108
37,254
160,762
1,503,236

259,601
125,942
373,621
237,196
32,084
123,767
1,154,811

214,937
93,142
314,848
202,323
19,854
104,129
951,588

44,664
32,800
58,773
34,873
12,230
19,638
203,223

64,377
36,676
127,232
76,913
5,171
36,995
348,425

1,610,466

1,277,900

1,053,757

224,143

332,567

37,419

31,538

23,311

8,227

5,881

92 Total nontransaction accounts
93
Individuals, partnerships and corporations
94 U S government
95
States and political subdivisions in the United States
96
Commercial banks in the United States
97
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
98
Other commercial banks in the United States
99
Other depository institutions in the United States
100 Banks in foreign countries
101
Foreign branches oi other U S banks
102
Other banks in foreign countries
103 Foreign governments and official institutions
104 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase"
105
Federal funds purchased
106 Securities sold under agreements to repurchase
107 Demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasury
108 Other borrowed money
...
109 Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
1 10 Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
1 1 1 Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and agreement
subsidiaries, and IBFs
1 12 Remaining liabilities
113 Total equity capital3
1 14
115
1 16
117
118
1 19
120
121
122
123
124
125
126

MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans, gross
Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
Total brokered deposits . . . .
Total brokered retail deposits
Issued in denominations of $100,000 or less
Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated
out by the broker in shares of $100,000 or less
Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Total time deposits of less than $100 000
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
Open-account time deposits of $100,000 or more
All NOW accounts (including l 'Super NOW 11 accounts)
Total time and savings deposits

Quarterly averages
127 Total loans
128 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions
in the United States
129 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone
and preauthorized transfer accounts)
Nontransaction accounts
130 Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
131
Other savings deposits
132
Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
133 All other time deposits
134 Number of banks

144



,

,
„

161,514

124,334

104,673

19,661

37,180

319,595
157,747
313,714
532,694

255,913
121,844
236,087
401,526

211,271
90,644
200,813
331,512

44,643
31,200
35,274
70,014

63,681
35,903
77,628
131,168

2,899

1,604

1,343

261

1,295

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q2
Item

Members
Total

Nonmembers

Total

National

State

2,580,047

2,029,326

1,634,290

395,037

550,720

184,317
93,749
21,545
31,873
4,837
32,313

150,651
83,565
17,658
19,885
3,564
25,978

121,3*i7
68,664
14,7^15
16,0^.5
2,752
19, U.I

29,264
14,902
2,873
3,840
813
6,837

33,665
10,183
3,887
1 1 ,988
1,273
6,334

8 Total securities, loans and lease financing receivables, (net of unearned income) . . . .

2,230,109

1,737,864

1,406,652

331,213

492,245

9 Total securities book value
10 U S . Treasury securities
.
. . . .
11
U.S. government agency and corporation obligations
12
All holdings of U.S. government-issued or guaranteed certificates of
participation in pools of residential mortgages
13
All other
14
Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States
15
Other domestic debt securities
16
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential mortgages . .
17
All other
18
Foreign debt securities
19 Equity securities
20
Marketable
21
Investments in mutual funds
22
Other
23
LESS' Net unrealized loss
24 Other equity issues

442,941
115,946
201,195

332,408
80,768
159,265

258,933
64,526
126,OS4

73,475
16,243
33,171

110,533
35,178
41,930

117,738
83,457
68,824
47,862
3,132
44,731
2,307
6,807
3,546
1,060
2,831
345
3,262

100,285
58,980
52,532
34,419
2,266
32,153
1,935
3,489
730
511
294
75
2,759

79,757
46,307
39,761
25,014
1,831
23,183
8C2
2,735
569
43!
187
49
2,166

20,498
12,672
12,771
9,405
435
8,970
1,132
754
162
80
107
26
592

17,453
24,477
16,291
13,443
866
12,578
372
3,319
2,815
549
2,536
270
503

126,374
46,206
3,462
1,671,275
10,480
1,660,794

103,005
29,500
2,380
1,310,238
7,787
1,302,451

78,959
25,483
2,017
1,075,033
6,272
1,068,760

24,047
4,017
364
235,205
1,515
233,691

23,368
16,706
1,082
361,362
2,693
358,343

674,574
127,121
7,451
320,391

512,276
101,408
4,855
240,896

437,082
84,885
4,274
205,640

75,194
16,523
581
35,256

162,298
25,713
2,596
79,495

52,162
268,228
19,204
200,407
26,978
2,149
3,890
13,666

40,437
200,458
14,878
150,238
22,293
1,946
3,753
10,186

34,016
171,624
13,066
129,215
15,453
1,783
1,833
9,245

6,421
28,834
1,813
21,022
6,839
165
1,921
940

11,725
67,770
4,325
50,169
4,685
204
137
3,480

43 Commercial and industrial loans
44
To U S addressees (domicile)
45
To non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
46 Acceptances of other banks 10
47
Of U S banks
48
Of foreign banks
. ..
49 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
50
Credit cards and related plans
51
Other (includes single payment and installments)
52 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
....
53 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States . .
54 Taxable .
.
55
Tax-exempt
56 Other loans
57
Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
58
All other loans

475,398
472,671
2,727
1,484
513
232

388,308
386,208
2,100
799
305
160

309,929
308,297
1,632
674
253
132

78,379
77,911
469
125
53
26

87,090
86,463
627
685
208
72

333,148
72,450
115,184
1,701

246,381
41,822
70,782
1,636

207,171
39,602
59,675
1,18*

39,210
2,220
11,107
448

86,767
30,628
44,402
65

35,209
945
34,264
70,741
16,068
54,673

29,533
759
28,774
65,261
15,143
50,118

21,920
543
21,372
45,557
9,266
36,291

7,612
211
7,402
19,703
5,877
13,826

5,677
187
5,490
5,481
925
4,556

59
60
61
62

32,335
18,024
33,309
147,597

27,867
16,847
28,943
123,963

23,199
13,002
17,9ir>
93,240

4,668
3,845
11,027
30,715

4,468
1,176
4,366
23,634

63 Total liabilities and equity capital

2,580,047

2,029,326

1,634,290

395,037

550,720

64 Total liabilities 5

2,399,364

1,891,714

1,525,060

366,653

507,650

65 Total deposits
..
66
Individuals partnerships and corporations
67 U S government
68
States and political subdivisions in the United States
69
Commercial banks in the United States .
70
Other depository institutions in the United States
71
Banks in foreign countries
72
Foreign governments and official institutions
73 Certified and official checks
.

1,909,022
1,757,724
4,230
82,306
31,833
8,136
6,502
1,357
16,933

1,477,959
1,358,010
3,571
61,264
28,294
6,295
5,907
1,258
13,360

1,211,42!}
1,115,894
3,124
51,348
21,800
5,319
3,249
914
9,78

266,531
242,117
447
9,916
6,494
976
2,659
344
3,579

431,063
399,714
660
21,042
3,540
1,841
595
99
3,573

t Total assets2 . . .
2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits
4
Currency and coin
.
....
5
Balances due from depository institutions in the United States
6
Balances due from banks in foreign countries and foreign central banks
7
Balances due from Federal Reserve Banks

25 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell y
26 Federal funds sold . . .
27
Securities purchased under agreements to resell
28 Total loans and lease financing receivables gross
29
LESS' Unearned income on loans
30 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income) . . . .
Total loans, gross, by category
3 1 Loans secured by real estate . .
32 Construction and land development
3 3 Farmland . . .
.
....
....
34
One— to— four family residential properties
35
Revolving, open-end loans secured by one-to-four family residential properties and
extended under lines of credit
36
All other loans secured by one— to— four family residential properties
37
Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
38
Nonfarm nonresidential properties
39 Loans to commercial banks in the United States
40 Loans to other depository institutions in the United States
..
41 Loans to banks in foreign countries
42 Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers

Lease financing receivables
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs
Remaining assets
.




....

145

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 1990'—Continued
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q2
Item

Members
State

Nonmembers

Total
Total

National

74 Total transaction accounts
75
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
76 U S government
77
States and political subdivisions in the United States
78 Commercial banks in the United States
79
Other depository institutions in the United States
80
Banks in foreign countries
81
Foreign governments and official institutions
82 Certified and official checks

541,761
464,430
2,992
21,570
24,366
4,789
5,927
754
16,933

433,454
367,733
2,451
17,042
22,468
4,053
5,638
710
13,360

348,587
297,823
2,132
14,321
17,714
3,317
3,056
443
9,781

84,866
69,910
319
2,721
4,754
735
2,582
266
3,579

108,307
96,698
541
4,528
1,898
737
289
44
3,573

83 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
84
Individuals partnerships and corporations
85 U S government
86
States and political subdivisions in the United States
87
Commercial banks in the United States
88 Other depository institutions in the United States
89
Banks in foreign countries
90
Foreign governments and official institutions
91
Certified and official checks

377,491
309,469
2,953
13,323
24,362
4,775
5,923
752
16,933

307,799
248,890
2,419
10,273
22,465
4,045
5,637
709
13,360

242,540
197,464
2,101
8,671
17,714
3,310
3,056
443
9,781

65,259
51,427
318
1,602
4,751
735
2,581
266
3,579

69,692
60,578
534
1,863
1,897
730
286
43
3,573

1,367,261
1,293,294
1,239
60,736
7,467
656
6,811
3,347
575
29
546
603

1,044,505
990,278
1,120
44,222
5,826
240
5,586
2,243
269
19
250
548

862,841
818,071
992
37,026
4,086
73
4,013
2,002
192
9
184
471

181,664
172,207
128
7,195
1,740
167
1,573
241
77
10
67
77

322,756
303,016
118
16,514
1,642
416
1,225
1,104
306
10
296
55

263,689
31,368
31,884
28,067
85,059
18,465
1,917

224,225
21,488
16,317
25,586
64,644
17,289
1,405

168,139
17,927
14,000
18,149
53,032
13,419
1,344

56,086
3,561
2,317
7,437
11,612
3,870
60

39,464
9,879
15,567
2,481
20,415
1,176
513

22,874
93,144

19,622
80,607

18,037
59,550

1,585
21,057

3,252
12,537

180,683

137,613

109,229

28,383

43,070

1,621
104,395
69,326
31,921
8,191

718
81,165
52,647
21,772
4,306

623
67,353
45,483
18,296
4,099

95
13,813
7,164
3,476
207

904
23,230
16,679
10,148
3,885

23,730

17,467

14,197

3,269

6,263

325,615
165,592
531,165
307,984
36,906
161,161
1,531,531

260,089
128,189
395,783
229,222
31,222
123,651
1,170,160

215,120
96,021
336,046
196,038
19,616
104,196
968,888

44,969
32,169
59,737
33,184
1 1 ,606
19,455
201,271

65,526
37,403
135,382
78,762
5,684
37,510
361,371

1,625,371

1,275,893

1,047,987

227,906

349,477

35,897

30,294

22,290

8,004

5,602

92 Total nontransaction accounts
93
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
94 U S government
95
States and political subdivisions in the United States
96
Commercial banks in the United States
97
U S branches and agencies of foreign banks
98
Other commercial banks in the United States
99
Other depository institutions in the United States
100 Banks in foreign countries
101
Foreign branches of other U.S. banks
102
Other banks in foreign countries
103 Foreign governments and official institutions
104 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase"
105 Federal funds purchased
106 Securities sold under agreements to repurchase
107 Demand notes issued to the U S Treasury
108 Other borrowed money
109 Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
1 10 Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
1 1 1 Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and agreement
subsidiaries and IBFs
112 Remaining liabilities

..

...

113 Total equity capital3
1 14
1 15
1 16
1 17
1 18
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126

MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans, gross
Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
Total brokered deposits
Total brokered retail deposits
Issued in denominations of $100 000 or less
Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated
out by the broker in shares of $100 000 or less
Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Total time deposits of less than $100 000
Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
Open-account time deposits of $100,000 or more
All NOW accounts (including "Super NOW" accounts)
Total time and savings deposits

Quarterly averages
127 Total loans
128 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions
in the United States
129 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone
and preauthorized transfer accounts)
Nontransaction accounts
130 Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
131
Other savings deposits
132
Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
133
All other time deposits
134 Number of banks

146



....

164,090

125,965

106,144

19,821

38,125

323,778
161,493
310,397
550,973

258,573
124,734
231,117
414,774

213,330
93,444
196,860
344,723

45,243
31,290
34,257
70,051

65,205
36,758
79,280
136,199

2,883

1,589

1,332

257

1,294

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q3
Item

Members
Total

National

State

Nonmembers

2,604,298

2,040,468

1,636,370

404,099

563,830

176,818
87,485
22,099
32,037
4,918
30,279

144,218
77,932
18,135
20,425
3,650
24,075

114,190
62,733
15,216
14,637
3,125
18,478

30,028
15,199
2,919
5,788
525
5,596

32,601
9,552
3,964
11,612
1,268
6,205

8 Total securities, loans and lease financing receivables, (net of unearned income) . . . .

2,249,512

1,746,693

1,416,012

330,681

502,819

9 Total securities, book value . . .
10
U.S. Treasury securities
11
U.S. government agency and corporation obligations . . .
....
12
All holdings of U.S. government-issued or guaranteed certificates of
participation in pools of residential mortgages . . . .
...
13
All other
14 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States
15 Other domestic debt securities .
16
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential mortgages . .
17
A l l other
....
...
....
18
Foreign debt securities
19 Equity securities
20
Marketable
21
Investments in mutual funds
22
Other
23
LESS* Net unrealized loss . . .
24 Other equity issues

451,800
116,905
210,304

338,891
81,146
166,334

262,335
64,525
130,753

76,556
16,621
35,581

112,909
35,759
43,970

123,397
86,908
68,478
47,122
3,015
44,107
2,394
6,596
3,292
1,044
2,665
418
3,304

103,752
62,583
52,103
33,838
2,111
31,727
1,982
3,487
683
477
279
73
2,804

82,376
48,377
39,131
24,363
1,696
22,666
810
2,754
552
430
172
50
2,202

21,376
14,205
12,972
9,476
415
9,061
1,172
733
131
47
107
23
602

19,645
24,325
16,375
13,284
905
12,380
412
3,109
2,609
568
2,387
345
500

123,938
46,281
3,471
1,684,221
10,447
1,673,774

99,828
29,771
2,394
1,315,669
7,695
1,307,974

78,511
25,770
1,944
1,081,340
6,174
1,075,166

21,317
4,000
450
234,329
1,521
232,808

24,110
16,511
1,077
368,552
2,752
365,800

686,131
124,859
7,564
332,032

520,184
99,509
4,875
249,950

443,365
82,964
4,273
213,644

76,819
16,545
602
36,306

165,947
25,350
2,689
82,082

55,938
276,095
18,793
202,884
26,772
2,386
4,291
14,098

43,268
206,682
14,365
151,485
22,110
2,184
4,110
10,455

36,332
177,3H
12,705
129,781
14,677
2,06?
1 ,953
9,504

6,937
29,369
1,661
21,705
7,433
121
2,157
952

12,669
69,413
4,428
51,398
4,662
202
181
3,643

470,586
468,364
2,222
1,296
495
214

383,671
381,733
1,939
736
327
107

306,477
305, 101)
1,36!*
653
294
9:>

77,194
76,624
570
84
33
12

86,915
86,631
284
560
168
107

339,966
74,577
116,591
1,590

249,990
41,980
71,430
1,533

211,17')
39,711
60,614
1,164

38,811
2,269
10,816
369

89,976
32,597
45,161
57

34,153
1,024
33,129
70,018
15,439
54,579

28,539
839
27,700
63,912
13,862
50,050

21,23:i
621)
20,60')
45,55:i
8,846
36,709

7,303
213
7,090
18,357
5,016
13,341

5,614
185
5,430
6,107
1,577
4,530

32,933
18,523
34,988
159,445

28,244
17,228
29,732
132,330

23,5lii
13,339
17,63*i
92,829

4,729
3,889
12,097
39,501

4,689
1,294
5,257
27,115

Total
1 Total assets2
2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits
4 Currency a n d coin .
.
.
.
5
Balances due from depository institutions in the United States
6
Balances due from banks in foreign countries and foreign central banks
7
Balances due from Federal Reserve Banks

25 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell9
26 Federal funds sold
.
....
27
Securities purchased under agreements to resell
28 Total loans and lease financing receivables, gross
29
LESS' Unearned income on loans
,.
....
30 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income)
Total loans, gross, by category
31 Loans secured by real estate
32 Construction and land development
33 Farmland
.
.
...
34
One— to— four family residential properties
35
Revolving, open-end loans secured by one-to-four family residential properties and
extended under lines of credit
36
All other loans secured by one-to-four family residential properties
37
Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
38 Nonfarm nonresidential properties
39 Loans to commercial banks in the United States
40 Loans to other depository institutions in the United States
...
41 Loans to banks in foreign countries
42 Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
43 Commercial and industrial loans
44 To U.S. addressees (domicile)
45 To non-U S. addressees (domicile)
46 Acceptances of other banks'" . .
47
Of U S banks
48 Of foreign banks
....
49 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
50 Credit cards and related plans . . .
...
...
51
Other (includes single payment and installments)
52 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
53 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States
54 Taxable
5 5 Tax-exempt
....
...
5 6 Other loans . . . .
...
57
Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
58
All other loans
59
60
61
62
63

....

Lease financing receivables
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs
Remaining assets
Total liabilities and equity capital

6 4 Total liabilities 5

...

65 Total deposits
66
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
67 U S government
68
States and political subdivisions in the United States , . .
69 Commercial bunks in the United States . .
..
70 Other depository institutions in the United States
71
Banks in foreign countries
72
Foreign Governments and official institutions
73
Certified and official checks




....

2,604,298

2,040,468

1,636,370

404,099

563,830

....

....

2,421,059

1,901,189

1,526,736

374,453

519,870

....
...

1,922,498
1,771,207
5,799
81,008
31,572
8,012
7,665
1,654
15,580

1,485,734
1,365,222
4,924
59,970
28,434
6,024
7,084
1,566
12,510

1,218,46(1
1,123,96»
4,28
50,169
21,34
5,136
4,17V
1,18.
8,216

267,266
241,254
643
9,801
7,093
888
2,907
386
4,295

436,763
405,985
875
21,038
3,138
1,988
581
88
3,070

147

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 1990l—Continued
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q3
Members

Item
Total
Total

National

State

Nonmembers

74 Total transaction accounts
....
.
75
Individuals partnerships and corporations
76 U S government
77
States and political subdivisions in the United States
78
Commercial banks in the United States ,
79
Other depository institutions in the United States
80
Banks in foreign countries
81
Foreign governments and official institutions
82 Certified and official checks

532,324
454,363
4,451
20,943
24,777
4,287
7,136
788
15,580

426,006
359,252
3,807
16,404
22,847
3,552
6,880
753
12,510

341,916
292,141
3,314
13,513
17,338
2,921
4,048
426
8,216

84,090
67,111
494
2,891
5,509
632
2,832
327
4,295

106,319
95,111
644
4,538
1,931
735
256
34
3,070

83 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
84 Individuals partnerships and corporations
85 U S government
86
States and political subdivisions in the United States
87 Commercial banks in the United States .
88
Other depository institutions in the United States
89 Banks in foreign countries
...
90
Foreign governments and official institutions
91 Certified and official checks
. . .

369,842
301,184
4,407
11,710
24,772
42713
7,131
787
15,580

302,370
242,469
3,772
9,600
22,845
3,541
6,879
753
12,510

238,017
193,865
3,279
7,937
17,336
2,910
4,048
426
8,216

64,353
48,605
492
1,663
5,509
632
2,832
327
4,295

67,472
58,715
635
2,110
1,927
729
252
34
3,070

1,390,173
1,316,845
1,348
60,065
6,794
606
6,189
3,725
529
33
496
867

1,059,729
1,005,970
1,117
43,565
5,587
219
5,368
2,472
204
12
192
813

876,552
831,827
968
36,656
4,004
65
3,939
2,215
129
10
119
754

183,176
174,143
149
6,910
1,584
155
1,429
257
75
3
72
59

330,445
310,874
231
16,500
1,207
386
820
1,253
325
21
304
54

260,810
35,038
29,378
31,040
83,755
18,935
1,418

218,873
24,120
15,192
28,185
60,083
17,641
916

159,221
20,442
12,864
22,787
47,053
13,704
856

59,652
3,678
2,328
5,398
13,030
3,937
60

41,937
10,918
14,186
2,855
23,672
1,294
502

26,256
102,603

23,565
89,757

21,317
64,647

2,248
25,110

2,691
12,846

183,239

139,279

109,633

29,646

43,960

1,752
109,010
70,236
36,397
8,052

688
85,047
52,900
24,749
4,400

624
70,620
45,498
20,821
4,066

64
14,428
7,402
3,927
335

1,064
23,962
17,336
11,648
3,651

28,345

20,348

16,756

3,593

7,997

333,188
166,152
550,492
302,759
37,583
159,753
1,552,656

265,647
128,456
410,269
223,613
31,743
121,778
1,183,365

219,306
96,554
348,946
191,552
20,194
102,213
980,452

46,341
31,902
61,323
32,061
1 1 ,549
19,565
202,913

67,541
37,696
140,223
79,146
5,840
37,975
369,291

1,636,805

1,277,735

1,050,052

227,682

359,070

34,206

28,763

21,451

7,312

5,443

92 Total nontransaction accounts
93
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
94
U S government
95
States and political subdivisions in the United States
96 Commercial banks in the United States .
97
U S branches and agencies of foreign banks
98
Other commercial banks in the United States
99
Other depository institutions in the United States
100 Banks in foreign countries
101
Foreign branches of other U.S. banks
102
Other banks in foreign countries
103 Foreign governments and official institutions
104 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase"
105 Federal funds purchased
106 Securities sold under agreements to repurchase
107 Demand notes issued to the U S Treasury
108 Other borrowed money
.
...
109 Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
1 10 Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
1 1 1 Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and agreement
subsidiaries, and IBFs
112 Remaining liabilities
.
.
.

...
....
...

. ...

....
.

. ..

113 Total equity capital3
1 14
1 15
1 16
1 17
1 18
1 19
120
121
122
123
124
125
1 26

MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans gross
...
Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
Total brokered deposits
Total brokered retail deposits
Issued in denominations of $100,000 or less
Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated
out by the broker in shares of $100 000 or less
Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Total time deposits of less than $100 000
..
Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
Open-account time deposits of $100 000 or more
All NOW accounts (including ''Super NOW 1 ' accounts)
Total time and savings deposits

Quarterlv averages
127 Total loans
. . . .
128 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions
in the United States
1 29 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone
and preauthorized transfer accounts)
Nontransaction accounts
1 30 Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
13 1 Other savings deposits
132 Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
133 All other time deposits
134 Number of banks

148



. . .

162,090

123,380

103,762

19,618

38,710

329,944
165,388
307,158
581,029

262,751
128,119
227,692
436,482

217,517
95,515
194,759
363,938

45,234
32,604
32,933
72,543

67,193
37,268
79,466
144,547

2,874

1,584

1,330

254

1,290

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 19901—Continued
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q4
Item

Members
Total

National

State

Nonmembers

2,637,825

2,063,439

1,656,490

406,949

574,386

204,445
100,738
29,617
33,656
5,639
34,795

170,171
90,517
24,442
21,532
4,410
29,270

137,288
72,773
20,460
16,762
3,804
23,489

32,883
17,744
3,982
4,770
606
5,781

34,274
10,221
5,175
12,124
1,229
5,525

$ Total securities, loans and lease financing receivables, (net of unearned income) . . . .

2,254,439

1,742,489

1,417,871

324,618

511,950

9 Total securities, book value
10 U S Treasury securities
...
11
U.S. government agency and corporation obligations
12
All holdings of U.S. government-issued or guaranteed certificates of
participation in pools of residential mortgages
13
All other .
...
...
...
.
14 Securities issued by states and political subdivisions in the United States
15 Other domestic debt securities
16
All holdings of private certificates of participation in pools of residential mortgages . .
17
All other
18 Foreign debt securities . .
....
19 Equity securities
.
20
Marketable
21
Investments in mutual funds
..
22
Other
23
LESS" Net unrealized loss
...
.
....
....
24 Other equity issues

450,890
111,378
217,445

334,480
74,976
170,571

260,109
60,429
134,560

74,371
14,548
36,011

116,410
36,401
46,874

123,443
94,002
65,069
47,964
3,150
44,814
2,418
6,616
3,236
1,054
2,550
369
3,380

102,681
67,890
48,867
34,310
2,358
31,952
2,052
3,703
812
532
345
65
2,891

82,763
51,797
36,623
24,59,5
2,153
22,437
976
2,927
637
49?
18:5
43
2,290

19,918
16,093
12,244
9,715
200
9,515
1,076
111
175
40
157
22
602

20,762
26,112
16,202
13,654
791
12,863
365
2,913
2,424
522
2,206
304
489

120,081
46,067
4,355
1,693,221
9,752
1,683,469

96,767
29,455
3,070
1,318,393
7,151
1,311,242

25,511
2,681
1,084,560
5,802
1,078,753

17,763
3,944
389
233,833
1,349
232,484

23,314
16,612
1,285
374,828
2,601
372,227

694,213
117,840
7,519
340,529

524,678
93,227
4,823
256,196

447,893
77,317
4,207
219,912

76,786
15,910
616
36,285

169,534
24,614
2,696
84,433

57,893
282,636
18,747
209,578
26,726
2,156
3,144
14,078

44,537
211,659
14,088
156,345
22,134
1,894
3,068
10,544

37,247
182,664
12,140
134,309
13,309
1 ,780
1,335
9,561

7,290
28,995
1,939
22,036
7,825
114
1,733
983

13,356
70,977
4,659
53,233
8,593
262
76
3,533

468,651
466,582
2,069
1,893
774
161

383,570
381,787
1,784
1,073
450
112

306,693
305,379
1,313
910
384
10K

76,876
76,407
469
164
66
4

85,081
84,795
286
819
324
49

342,680
77,008
113,751
1,425

251,540
42,917
69,397
1,378

212,820
40,244
58,68;!
984

38,720
2,674
10,715
395

91,141
34,090
44,353
47

32,087
1,156
30,931
69,971
12,514
57,456

26,674
981
25,693
64,461
11,589
52,872

20,10:

729
19,37:!
45,494
7,257
38,237

6,573
252
6,320
18,967
4,333
14,635

5,413
174
5,239
5,510
925
4,585

33,197
17,206
47,338
161,735

28,378
16,032
41,828
134,747

23,679
11,881
20,129
89,450

4,698
4,151
21,699
45,297

4,819
1,173
5,510
26,988

63 Total liabilities and equity capital

2,637,825

2,063,439

1,656,490

406,949

574,386

64 Total liabilities5

2,454,056

1,923,833

1,546,797

377,037

530,223

65 Total deposits
66 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . . . .
67 U S government
....
..
....
68
States and political subdivisions in the United States
69 Commercial banks in the United States
70 Other depository institutions in the United States
71
Banks in foreign countries
.
..
72
Foreign governments and official institutions .
73 Certified and official checks

1,993,606
1,837,137
8,279
82,020
32,095
7,618
7,655
1,337
17,465

1,543,812
1,419,211
7,221
60,406
29,075
5,640
7,036
1,131
14,092

1,265,872
1,168,101
6,30^50,151
22,469
4,724
3,959
676
9,489

277,941
251,110
918
10,255
6,607
916
3,077
455
4,603

449,794
417,926
1,058
21,614
3,020
1,978
619
207
3,372

Total
1 Total assets2
2 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
3
Cash items in process of collection and unposted debits
4 Currency and coin
..
,
...
. . .
5
Balances due from depository institutions in the United States
6
Balances due from banks in foreign countries and foreign central banks
7
Balances due from Federal Reserve Banks

25 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell9
26
Federal funds sold
27
Securities purchased under agreements to resell
28 Total loans and lease financing receivables gross
29
LESS' Unearned income on loans
30 Total loans and leases (net of unearned income) .
...

...
..

...

Total loans, gross, by category
31 Loans secured by real estate .
...
32 Construction and land development
.
33 Farmland
34
One— to— four family residential properties
35
Revolving, open-end loans secured by one-to-four family residential properties and
extended under lines of credit
36
All other loans secured by one— to— four family residential properties
.,
37 Multifamily (5 or more) residential properties
38 Nonfarm nonresidential properties
39 Loans to commercial banks in the United States
40 Loans to other depository institutions in the United States
41 Loans to banks in foreign countries . . .
. . . .
...
. .
42 Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
43 Commercial and industrial loans
.
...
44 To U S addressees (domicile)
45 To non-U S. addressees (domicile)
46 Acceptances of other banks 10
47 Of U.S. banks
4 8 O f foreign banks
...
...
....
49 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
(includes purchased paper)
.
..
.
50 Credit cards and related plans
..
...
51
Other (includes single payment and installments)
52 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
53 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions in the
United States
54 Taxable
55 Tax-exempt . . .
....
5 6 Other loans . . .
. . .
. . .
..
. . .
57 Loans for purchasing and carrying securities
58
All other loans
59
60
61
62

...

....

Lease financing receivables
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
Net due from own foreign offices, Edge and agreement subsidiaries, and IBFs
Remaining assets
. . .
.....
..
. . .
....




..
. . . .

...

149

73. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities, 1990'—Continued
C. Domestic offices with assets of $100 million or more or with foreign offices—Continued
Millions of dollars
Consolidated report of condition, Q4
Members

Item
Total
Total
74 Total transaction accounts
75
Individuals partnerships and corporations
76 U.S. government
77
States and political subdivisions in the United States
78
Commercial banks in the United States
79 Other depository institutions in the United States .
80
Banks in foreign countries
81
Foreign governments and official institutions
82
Certified and official checks
83 Demand deposits (included in total transaction accounts)
84 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
85
U.S. government
86
States and political subdivisions in the United States
87
Commercial banks in the United States
88 Other depository institutions in the United States
89
Banks in foreign countries
90
Foreign governments and official institutions
91
Certified and official checks

..
...

...

92 Total nontransaction accounts
93
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
94 U S government
.
95
States and political subdivisions in the United States
96
Commercial banks in the United States .
97
U S branches and agencies of foreign banks
98
Other commercial banks in the United States
99 Other depository institutions in the United States
100 Banks in foreign countries
101
Foreign branches of other U S banks
102
Other banks in foreign countries
103 Foreign governments and official institutions
104 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase" . . .
.
105 Federal funds purchased
106 Securities sold under agreements to repurchase
107 Demand notes issued to the U S Treasury . .
108 Other borrowed money
109 Banks liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
1 10 Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits
1 1 1 Net due to own foreign offices, Edge and agreement
subsidiaries, and IBFs
1 12 Remaining liabilities
....
113 Total equity capital3
1 14
1 15
1 16
1 17
1 18
1 19
120
121
122
123
124
125
126

MEMO
Holdings of commercial paper included in total loans gross
...
Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
Total brokered deposits .
Total brokered retail deposits
Issued in denominations of $100 000 or less
Issued in denominations greater than $100,000 and participated
out by the broker in shares of $100,000 or less
Savings deposits
Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
Other savings deposits
Total time deposits of less than $100 000 , .
Time certificates of deposit of $100,000 or more
Open-account time deposits of $100 000 or more
All NOW accounts {including "Super NOW" accounts)
Total time and savings deposits

Quarterly averages
127 Total loans
128 Obligations (other than securities) of states and political subdivisions
in the United States
129 Transaction accounts (NOW accounts, ATS accounts, and telephone
and preauthorized transfer accounts)
Nontransaction accounts
130 Money market deposit accounts (MMDAs)
131 Other savings deposits . . . .
132
Time certificates of deposit of $100 000 or more
....
133 All other time deposits
..
134 Number of banks

150



|

National

State

Nonmembers

588,955
503,406
6,987
22,546
25,935
4,579
7,129
909
17,465

476,449
402,822
6,061
17,889
24,148
3,708
6,864
864
14,092

381,886
326,290
5,273
14,870
18,749
2,908
3,864
443
9,489

94,563
76,532
788
3,019
5,399
800
3,000
421
4,603

112,505
100,583
926
4,656
1,787
871
265
45
3,372

413,400
337,490
6,933
12,979
25,932
4,565
7,127
909
17,465

342,586
275,997
6,020
10,905
24,147
3,699
6,683
864
14,092

269,450
219,851
5,235
8,922
18,747
2,900
3,864
443
9,489

73,136
56,145
785
1,983
5,399
800
2,999
421
4,603

70,813
61,493
914
2,075
1,786
866
264
44
3,372

1,404,652
1,333,731
1,293
59,474
6,161
575
5,585
3,039
526
19
507
428

1,067,363
1,016,389
1,160
42,516
4,927
216
4,711
1,932
172
13
159
267

883,985
841,811
1,031
35,281
3,720
73
3,647
1,815
95
11
84
233

183,378
174,578
129
7,236
1,207
143
1,064
116
77
2
75
34

337,289
317,342
132
16,958
1 ,233
359
874
1,107
354
6
348
162

240,293
35,919
29,248
22,717
81,011
17,548
1,582

201,784
24,028
14,695
20,556
57,022
16,374
1,074

145,327
20,555
12,255
14,556
44,563
12,181
1,015

56,456
3,474
2,440
6,000
12,459
4,193
58

38,509
11,891
14,553
2,161
23,988
1,174
509

21,096
97,299

17,278
83,211

15,979
63,282

1,299
19,929

3,818
14,088

183,769

139,606

109,693

29,913

44,163

2,653
112,992
71,693
38,849
8,899

1,468
87,745
53,003
26,919
4,109

1,387
73,170
45,666
22,941
3,765

81
14,575
7,337
3,978
345

1,185
25,247
18,690
1 1 ,930
4,790

29,950

22,810

19,176

3,634

7,140

338,945
168,051
566,094
296,946
34,615
173,017
1,580,207

270,115
129,775
420,290
217,966
29,218
132,198
1,201,226

222,953
97,311
357,924
187,635
18,162
110,981
996,421

47,161
32,464
62,366
30,331
1 1 ,056
21,216
204,805

68,830
38,277
145,804
7H,981
5,397
40,819
378,981

1,651,110

1,285,670

1,057,588

228,081

365,441

33,074

27,658

20,758

6,900

5,415

165,913

126,254

106,022

20,232

39,659

335,886
166,649
301,168
596,240

267,258
128,693
222,109
445,978

220,750
96,204
190,754
372,255

46,508
32,489
31,355
73,723

68,628
37,955
79,059
150,262

2,848

1,564

1,312

252

1,284

74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1990
Percent of state total
Rank, b / total assets
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Ju ne

United States (9,464)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

33
3.3

28
6.1

2.4
8.6

23
10.9

2.3
13.3

22
15.5

1 8
17.3

1 6
19.0

1 6
20.6

1 3
22.0

2.4
24

3.0
5.5

2.3
7.8

2.0
9.8

1.7
11.6

2.0
13 6

1.9
15 6

1.6
17.3

1.3
18,7

1.4
20.1

Alabama (179)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

20.4
20 4

19.9
40 4

14.1
54.5

11.8
664

4.0
70.4

1.9
72 4

1.3
73 7

1.0
74 8

.9
75 7

.7
76.5

19.5
19.5

19.1
38.6

15.3
54.0

9.6
63.6

4.3
68.0

2.0
70.1

1.1
71.3

1.1
72.4

1.0
73.5

.8
74.3

Alaska (7)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

47.5
47.5

25.7
73.2

16.3
89.6

4.2
93.9

4.1
98.0

1.3
99.3

.6
99.9

.0
100.0

.0
100.0

.0
100.0

46,2
46 2

23.9
70 2

18.0
88.2

4.9
93 1

4.5
97.7

1.5
99 2

.7
99 9

.0
100.0

.0
100 0

.0
100.0

Arizona (38)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
.....

31.0
31.0

21.9
53.0

17.8
70.8

9.3
80.2

9.2
89.5

2.7
92.2

1.1
93.3

.6
93.9

.5
94.5

.5
95.0

32.5
32 5

23.6
562

14.2
70.4

9.9
804

8.7
89.2

2.7
91 9

1.1
930

.6
93.7

.6
94 3

.5
94.9

9.9
9.9

9.0
19.0

3.8
22.8

2.8
25.7

2,7
28.4

2.6
31.1

2.5
33.6

2.5
36.2

2.3
38.5

2.1
40.6

10.2
10 2

8.9
19 I

3.7
22.8

2.8
25 7

2.8
28.5

2.7
31 2

2.5
33 8

2.3
36.2

2.0
38 3

2.1
40.4

California (402)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

22.5
22.5

18.2
40.7

16.1
56.9

6.7
63.6

5.1
68.7

2.4
71.1

2.0
73.2

1.6
74.8

1.3
76.2

.9
77.1

23.5
23.5

16.5
40.1

15.7
55.8

6.8
62.6

4.5
67.2

1.5
68.8

1.9
70.8

1.6
72.5

1.4
73.9

1.0
74.9

Colorado (224)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

24.2
24.2

12.4
36.7

10.2
46.9

7.9
54.9

7.5
62.4

4.3
66.8

1.2
68.0

1.0
69.1

.8
69.9

.5
70.5

23.1
23.1

11.7
34.8

10.6
45.5

8.2
53.7

6.3
60.0

4.4
64.5

1.3
65.9

1.0
66.9

.9
67.8

.6
68.4

Connecticut (65)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

33.4
33,4

20.7
54.2

8.8
63,0

6.6
69.6

6.3
76.0

5.9
81.9

1.9
83.9

1.3
85.2

.8
86.0

.8
86.8

28.9
28.9

22.5
51.4

9.1
60,5

5.8
66.4

6.9
73.4

6.7
80.1

2.1
82.2

1.4
83.7

.9
84.6

.8
85.5

Delaware (36)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . . . . .
Cumulative

20.9
20.9

9.2
30.1

9.2
39.3

8.5
47.9

7.8
55.7

6.2
62.0

6.2
68.3

5.1
73.4

4.8
78.3

3.1
81.5

18.9
18.9

3.0
21.9

3.6
25.5

7.9
33.4

14.5
48.0

11.9
59.9

11.2
71.1

2.6
73.8

2.1
75,9

.5
76.4

District of Columbia (24)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

33.0
33 0

24.0
57 0

11.1
68 1

9.0
77 2

5.7
83 0

5.2
88 2

3.0
91 3

2.2
93 5

1.0
94 5

.7
95 3

32.2
32.2

25.0
57.2

10.8
68.1

8.8
76.9

5.8
82.7

4.9
87.7

3,3
91.0

1.7
92.8

1.1
94.0

.8
94.8

Arkansas (201)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




151

74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1990—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets
1

2

3

4

6

5

7

8

9

10

Ju ne

Florida (333)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

22.7
22.7

12.0
34.7

11.9
46.6

10.9
57.6

8.6
66.2

4.9
71.1

4.1
75.3

1.0
76.3

.8
77.1

.7
77.9

23 8
23.8

10 9
34.7

12 3
47.0

10.3
57.3

84
65.8

5.0
70.8

41
74.9

4
75.3

8
76.2

7
76.9

Georgia (307)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

19.5
19.5

14.8
34.3

12.4
46.7

7.9
54.7

7.0
61.7

3.6
65.4

2.6
68.0

2.4
70.5

1.4
71.9

1.4
73.4

18.3
18.3

13.7
32.1

12.4
44.5

7.4
52.0

6.3
58.3

4.1
62.4

2.4
64.8

2.7
67.6

1.6
69.3

69^4

Hawaii (10)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

47.2
47.2

31 5
78.8

64
85.2

5.8
91.1

40
95.1

2.0
97.2

1 7
99.0

8
99.8

0
99.9

0
99.9

45.9
45.9

32.3
78.3

6.6
84.9

5.9
90.8

4.1
95.0

2.1
97.2

1.7
99.0

.8
99.8

.0
99.9

.0
99.9

Idaho (20)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

39.9
39.9

27.7
67.7

10.8
78 5

8.1
86.7

2.7
89 4

2.1
91.5

1.8
93.4

.9
94 4

.9
95.4

.7
96.1

37.4
37.4

26.9
64 4

11.7
76 1

8.8
85.0

oo n

3.1

2.3
90.5

2.0
92.5

1.1
93 6

1.1
94.8

.8
95,6

Illinois (796)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

18.9
18.9

12.2
31 2

6.1
37 3

5.3
42.6

3.8
46 5

1.7
48.2

1.1
49.4

1.1
50 6

.9
51.5

.9
52.5

14.0
14.0

8.5
22 5

5.3
27 8

4.0
31.9

4.1
360

2.0
38.0

1.4
39 4

1.3
40 7

1.1
41.9

1.0
43.0

Indiana (206)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

11.5
11 5

10.7
22 2

9.7
32 0

4.3
364

4.2
40 6

4.1
44 7

3.3
48 1

2.9
51 0

2.5
53 6

2.5
56 2

10.9
10.9

10 1
21.1

80
29.1

45
33.6

45
38.1

40
42.2

32
45.4

28
48.3

2.6
5J.O

24
53.4

Iowa (462)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

9.1
9.1

7.5
16.7

5.5
22.3

4.3
26.6

3.5
30.2

3.0
33.2

2.6
35.9

1.7
37.6

1.3
38.9

1.0
40.0

8.4
8.4

7.4
15.9

3.7
19 7

4.5
24.2

3.3
27 6

3.2
30.8

2.6
33.4

1.6
35 0

1.3
36.4

1.1
37.5

Kansas (507)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

14.0
14 0

3.2
17 2

2.4
19 7

1.9
21 6

1.8
23 5

1.8
25 3

1.5
26 8

1.5
28 4

1.2
29 7

.9
30 6

13.4
13.4

3.0
16.4

2.4
18.9

1.9
20.8

1.9
22.8

1.8
24.6

1.4
26.0

1.6
27.6

1.2
28.8

.9
29.8

Kentucky (252)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16 9
16 9

12 5
29 4

76
37 1

41
41 2

22
42 4

1 9
45 4

17
47 2

13
48 5

1 2
49 7

1 1
50 9

12.4
12.4

11.2
23 6

7.3
31 0

4.0
35 1

2.0
37 1

2.0
39 2

1.9
41 2

1.2
42 5

1.4
43 9

1.3
45 2

Louisiana (223)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . .

18.2
18.2

12.3
30.6

11.2
41.8

7.1
49.0

2.6
51.6

2.1
53.8

1.6
55.4

1.2
56 7

1.1
57.9

1.1
59.0

17.5
17.5

11.4
28 9

11.2
40 2

6.8
47 0

2.7
49 7

2.1
51 9

1.7
53 6

1.3
55 0

1.1
56 2

1.1
57 3

152



74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1990—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by otal assets
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Ju ne

Maine (21)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

23 2
23.2

22 7
45.9

20.0
66.0

13.2
79.3

39
83.2

33
86.5

2.3
88.8

1 9
90.8

1 8
92.6

1 3
94.0

22.7
22.7

21.6
44.4

21.0
65.4

14.2
79.7

2.7
82.5

3.2
85.7

2.4
88.2

2.1
90.3

1.9
92.3

1.4
93.7

Maryland (82)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

27.5
27.5

11.1
38.7

7.6
46.3

7.6
53.9

6.2
60.2

6.1
66.3

5.0
71.3

4.1
75.5

2.8
78.4

2.6
81.1

26.6
26.6

11 1
37.8

8.1
45.9

8.3
54.3

5.7
60.0

6.4
66.5

1.7
68.2

44
72.7

3.0
75.7

27
78.5

Massachusetts (69)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

26 6
26 6

17 2
43 8

14 9
58 7

12.4
71 2

95
80 7

37
84 4

28
87 3

12
88 5

6
89 2

6
89 9

25.4
25.4

15.1
40.6

15.1
55.7

14.8
70.5

7.4
77.9

4.2
82.2

2.4
84.7

1.5
86.2

.8
87.0

.8
87.8

Michigan (159)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
. ..
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . . . . . . . .

20.3
20.3

12.6
32 9

11.0
44.0

9.8
53.9

9.2
63 1

7.7
70 9

2.4
73 3

2.3
75 7

1.7
77 5

1.4
79 0

18.8
18.8

12 2
31.1

10.6
41.7

8.5
50.3

10.1
60.5

7.8
68.3

2.4
70.8

26
73.4

1.9
75.4

1.5
76.9

Minnesota (509)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

26.9
26.9

21.5
48 4

3.7
52.2

2.5
54.7

2.4
57 2

1.5
58.8

.9
59 7

.8
60 5

.7
61.3

.5
61 8

24.2
24.2

20.1
44 3

3.7
48.1

2.6
50.7

2.2
53 0

1.7
54.8

.8
55 6

.8
56 5

.8
57.3

.5
57.8

Mississippi (120)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

17.7
17 7

17.1
34 8

7.1
41 9

7.0
49.0

5.1
54 1

2.9
57 1

1.7
58 8

1.6
60 5

1.3
61 9

1.3
63 2

16.4
16.4

16 7
33.1

7.2
40.4

7.1
47.5

5.2
52.8

3.0
55.8

17
57.5

17
59.3

1.4
60.7

14
62.1

Missouri (387)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

22.5
22.5

10.5
33.0

10.0
43.0

6.6
49.6

3.1
52.7

2.9
55.7

2.4
58.1

2.1
60.2

1.8
62.1

1.0
63.1

19.1
19.1

9.9
29.0

10.6
39.6

6.5
46.2

3.1
49.4

3.1
52.5

2.5
55.1

2.3
57.4

2.0
59.4

60^5

Montana (105)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

19.4
19.4

11.9
31 3

8.5
39.8

4.8
44.6

4.0
48 6

3.8
52 5

2.7
55 2

2.2
57 4

1.8
59.2

1.6
60 8

19 2
19.2

11 7
30.9

84
39.3

46
43.9

40
48.0

36
51.6

27
54.3

22
56.6

19
58.5

16
60.1

Nebraska (349)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13.3
13.3

83
21.6

8.1
29.8

5.2
35.0

1 5
36.6

1,2
37.9

12
39.1

1 2
40.3

1.0
41.4

1.0
42.4

12.5
12.5

8.4
21.0

8.1
29.1

5.2
34.3

1.6
36.0

1.2
37.2

1.3
38.5

1.2
39.8

1.1
40.9

1.0
42.0

Nevada (18)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

41.0
41.0

25.8
66.8

20.0
86.8

5.6
92.5

1.9
94.4

1.6
96.1

.9
97.0

.7
97.8

.6
98.5

.2
98.7

10.8
10 8

38.0
48 9

30.5
79 5

8.7
88 2

3.0
91 3

2.6
93 9

1.5
95 4

1.1
96 6

1.1
97 7

.4
98 1




...

153

74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1990—Continued
Percent of state total
State and item 1

Rank, by total assets

'

1

>

3

|

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

June
New Hampshire (27)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

26.8
26.8

16.1
42.9

13.9
56.9

8.8
65.8

3.7
69.5

2.9
72.5

2.5
75.1

2.3
77.4

2.3
79.8

2.3
82.1

25.8
25.8

16.5
42.3

13.4
55.7

9.0
64.7

3.6
68.4

2.9
71.3

2.7
74.0

2.5
76.5

2.4
78.9

2.3
81.3

New Jersey (101)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

18.4
18.4

15.5
34.0

11.9
46.0

5.5
51.5

5.5
57.0

4.5
61.6

4.0
65.7

3.3
69.0

2.8
71.8

2.3
74.1

16.6
16.6

15.6
32.2

10.7
43.0

5.9
48.9

5.6
54.5

4.8
59.3

4.3
63.7

3.6
67.3

2.8
70.2

2.4
72.7

New Mexico (57)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative' .

27.3
27.3

15.1
42.4

9.9
52.4

7.8
60.2

3.1
63.4

2.9
66.4

2.0
68.4

1.7
70.2

1.6
71.9

1.4
73.3

26.5
26.5

13.5
40.0

10.3
50.3

7.7
58.1

3.4
61.5

2.7
64.2

2.2
66.4

1.8
68.3

1.8
70.1

1.5
71.6

New York (163)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

17.3
17.3

13.0
30.4

9.6
40.1

8.2
48.4

7.1
55.5

6.1
61.7

5.6
67.4

4.5
71.9

3.4
75.4

2.8
78.2

17.9
17.9

12.6
30.6

10.3
40.9

9.2
50.2

7.2
57.4

2.9
60.3

3.7
64.1

5.5
69.6

4.2
73.9

3.7
77.7

North Carolina (72)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

26.3
26.3

22.1
48.5

20.0
68.5

5.6
74.2

5.0
79.3

3.4
82.7

3.0
85.7

2.6
88.4

1.8
90.2

1.6
91.8

18.7
18.7

19.7
38.5

20.5
59.1

6.9
66.1

6.5
72.7

4.2
77.0

4.1
81.1

3.5
84.6

2.3
87.0

2.1
89,2

North Dakota (129)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13.9
13.9

10.5
24.4

6.8
31.2

4.5
35.7

2.7
38.5

2.5
41.1

2.2
43.4

1.9
45.3

1.9
47.2

1.9
49.1

14,2
14,2

10.9
25.2

6,5
31,8

4.5
36.4

2.7
39.1

2.5
41.7

2.3
44.0

1.9
46.0

1.7
47.7

2.0
49.7

Ohio (213)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

15.7
15.7

13.8
29.6

9.6
39.2

8.1
47.4

7.6
55.0

6.3
61.3

5.3
66.7

4.9
71.6

2.7
74.4

2.7
77.1

14.6
14.6

13.8
28.5

9.5
38.0

7.9
46.0

7.5
53.5

6.3
59.9

5.1
65.1

5.0
70.1

3.0
73.1

2.8
76.0

Oklahoma (394)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

8.1
8.1

7.7
15.8

3.2
19.1

2.6
21.7

2.2
23.9

1.8
25.8

1.6
27.4

1.5
29.0

1.2
30.2

1.1
31.4

6.8
6.8

7.6
14.5

2.8
17.3

2.7
20.0

2.1
22.2

1.8
24.0

1.5
25.6

1.6
27.2

1.2
28.5

29^6

Oregon (48)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

46.8
46.8

26.7
73.5

6.7
80.3

6,5
86.8

2,0
88.8

1.6
90.4

.8
91.3

.5
91.8

.5
92.3

.4
92.8

42.7
42.7

30.2
72.9

6.0
79.0

6,5
85.5

2.4
87.9

1.7
89.6

1.0
90.6

.1
90.8

.6
91.4

.5
92.0

Pennsylvania (226)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

18.7
18.7

16.8
35.5

10.2
45.8

7.1
52.9

6.0
58.9

4.4
63.3

4.3
67.7

1.9
69.7

1.7
71.4

1.6
73.1

15.6
15.6

16.4
32.0

8.8
40.8

6.7
47.6

6.4
54.0

5.0
59.0

4.8
63.8

2.0
65.9

2.0
67.9

1.8
69.7

154



74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1990—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, b;t total assets
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

J ane

Rhode Island (11)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

63.7
63 7

16.6
80 3

7.0
87.4

3.9
91.4

3.2
94 7

2.5
97 2

1.4
98 6

.6
99.2

,.3
99,6

.1
99 8

52.4
52.4

21.8
74.3

10.0
84.3

4.4
88.8

4.3
93.2

3.5
96.7

1.4
98.2

.8
99.1

.5
99.6

.2
99.8

South Carolina (82)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

25.4
25.4

20.4
45.8

16.8
62.6

5.8
68.5

4.1
72.7

2.1
74.9

1.8
76.7

1.8
78.5

1.6
80.2

1.5
81.7

26.6
26 6

13.5
40 1

17.7
57.8

4.9
62.7

5.0
67 8

2.6
70.5

2.0
72.6

2.1
74.7

1.9
76.6

1.7
78.4

South Dakota (104)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

53.2
53.2

12.7
65.9

3.8
69.8

1.9
71,7

1.7
73.5

1.7
75.2

1.5
76.7

1.4
78.2

1.0
79.2

.9
80.2

29.8
29 8

17.5
47 3

5.1
52.5

3.1
55.6

2.6
58.3

2.7
61.0

2.2
63.2

2.3
65.5

1.6
67.2

1.4
68.7

Tennessee (210)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization , .
Cumulative

15 0
15.0

14 1
29.2

12.4
41.6

10.7
52.3

57
58.1

4.3
62.5

4.2
66.7

1.2
67.9

1.1
69.1

.8
69.9

14 5
14.5

13 8
28.4

12.0
40.4

10.5
50.9

56
56.6

4.3
61.0

3.9
64.9

1.3
66.2

1.1
67.3

.8
68.2

Texas (1,034)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

19.1
19 1

10.8
30 0

8.8
38 8

7.7
46.6

3.4
50 1

2.7
52 8

1.9
54 7

1.4
56.1

1.0
57.1

.7
57.9

18.0
18 0

9.5
27 5

7.4
34 9

7.4
42.4

3.8
46 2

2.8
49 1

2.0
51 1

1.5
52.7

1.1
53.8

.7
54.5

Utah (40)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

31.3
31 3

22.5
53 8

8.8
62.6

7.8
70.5

7.7
78.2

5.5
83.8

1.4
85.2

1.1
86.4

1.0
87,5

.9
88.4

28.5
28.5

23.0
51.5

9.2
60.8

8.8
69.7

7.7
77.5

5.3
82.8

1.5
84.4

1.3
85.8

1.2
87.0

1.0
88.1

Vermont (19)
Assets
Per organization . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

28 0
28.0

17 6
45.6

14.4
60.0

9.9
70.0

6.5
76.5

6.3
82.8

2.2
85.0

2.1
87.2

1.9
89.2

1.9
91.1

27.8
27.8

17.5
45.4

14.0
59.5

9.5
69.0

6.9
75.9

6.1
82.1

2.3
84.4

2.1
86.6

2.0
88.7

2.0
90.7

Virginia (144)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

20.7
20 7

15.6
36.4

12.8
49.2

11.5
60.8

8.2
69.0

6.2
75.3

5.4
80.7

2.1
82.9

.9
83.9

.9
84.8

19 6
19.6

14 2
33.8

10 7
44.5

10.8
55.4

83
63.8

7.5
71.3

5.8
77.2

2.5
79.7

1.1
80.9

1.1
82.0

Washington (87)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

30.6
30.6

21.3
51.9

13.6
65.5

9.7
75.3

7.6
83.0

3.1
86.2

2.1
88.3

.9
89.3

.6
90.0

.5
90.5

28.8
28.8

20.3
49.2

14.1
63.3

10.0
73.3

8.5
81.9

3.1
85.1

2.1
87.2

1.0
88.3

.7
89.0

.5
89.6

West Virginia (117)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

12.3
12 3

11.2
23.5

6.7
30.3

3.4
33.8

3.3
37.1

3.3
40.4

3.1
43.5

3.1
46.6

2.6
49.3

1.8
51.2

11.8
11 8

11.1
23 0

6.6
29 6

3.5
33.1

3.1
36 3

3.2
39 5

2.9
42 4

3.2
45.7

2.3
48.0

1.8
49.8




155

74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1990—Continued
Percent of state total
State and item 1

Rank, by total assets
1

,

|

3

|

4

'

1

5

7

8

9

1

10

June
Wisconsin (333)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Wyoming (53)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

15.3
15.3

13.8
29.1

11.4
40.6

6.4
47.0

3.3
50.4

3.2
53.6

3.1
56.7

1.5
58.2

1.3
59.6

.9
60.6

14.4
14,4

13.3
27,7

10.9
38.7

6.7
45.4

3.2
48.6

2.8
51.5

3.1
54.6

1.5
56.2

1.4
57.7

1.0
58.7

23.1
23.1

10.0
33.1

8.3
41.4

6.0
47.4

5.4
52.9

4.3
57.2

2.5
59.7

2.4
62.2

2.4
64,6

2,3
67.0

21,8
21.8

10.0
31.9

8.4
40.3

6.2
46.6

5.7
52.3

4.2
56.5

2.5
59.1

2.6
61.7

2.5
64.2

2.4
66.7

December
United States (9,373)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

3.2
3.2

3.1
6.3

2.3
8.6

2.2
10.9

2.2
13.1

2.1
15.2

1.8
17.0

1.6
18.7

1.6
20.4

1.5
21.9

2.3
2.3

3.1
5.4

1.9
7.4

1.7
9.2

2.1
11.3

2.2
13.5

1.8
15.3

1.8
17.2

1.6
18.8

1.3
20.2

19.9
19.9

19.8
39.8

15.8
55.7

11.3
67.0

3.9
70.9

1.9
72.8

1.4
74.3

.9
75.2

.9
76.1

.7
76.9

18.8
18.8

19.5
38.4

16.6
55.0

9.6
64,6

4.2
68.8,

2.0
70.9

1.1
72.0

1.0
73.1

1.0
74.1

.8
74.9

Alaska (8)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

46.1
46.1

25.5
71.7

17.1
88.8

4.4
93.2

4.2
97.4

1.5
99.0

.6
99.6

.2
99.9

.0
100.0

.0
100.0

44.7
44.7

24.1
68.8

18.4
87.3

5,0
92.4

4.9
97.3

1.7
99.0

.7
99.8

.1
99.9

.0
100.0

.0
100,0

Arizona (37)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

28.9
28.9

20.5
49.4

16.8
66.3

15.6
81.9

8,3
90.2

2.6
92.8

1.0
93.9

.6
94.6

.5
95.1

.4
95.6

30.5
30.5

21.6
52.2

16.7
68.9

13.5
82.5

7.8
90.3

2.4
92.7

1.0
93.7

.4
94.2

.5
94.8

.5
95.3

Arkansas (200)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

10.0
10.0

9.4
19.4

3.7
23.1

3.1
26.3

3.0
29.3

2.9
32.2

2.7
34.9

2.4
37.4

2.0
39.5

2.0
41.5

9.8
9.8

9.5
19.4

3.6
23,1

3.1
26.3

2.7
29.0

2.9
31.9

2.7
34.7

2.4
37.2

2.0
39.2

1.9
41.2

California (399)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

24.3
24.3

17.6
42.0

15.5
57.6

6.1
63.7

5.2
68.9

2.4
71.4

2.0
73.5

1.6
75.1

1.4
76.6

.9
77,6

23.6
23.6

17.5
41.1

15.9
57.1

6.2
63.4

4.5
68.0

1.6
69.6

1.8
71.4

1.6
73.1

1.4
74.6

1.0
75,7

Colorado (226)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

23.7
23.7

12.7
36.4

10.2
46.7

7.4
54.2

7.4
61.6

4.4
66.0

1.1
67.2

1.0
68.2

.8
69.1

.5
69.7

22.9
22.9

12.0
35.0

10.6
45.6

7.0
52.6

6.4
59.1

4.7
63.8

1.2
65.1

1.1
66.2

.9
67.1

.6
67.7

Connecticut (64)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

33.0
33.0

19.8
52.8

9.3
62,1

6.7
68.9

6.5
75.5

5.8
81.3

2.0
83.4

1.5
84.9

.8
85.8

.7
86.5

30.9
30.9

21.6
52.5

9.2
61.8

6.5
68.3

6.1
74.4

6.1
80.6

2.1
82.7

1.5
84.3

.8
85.1

.8
85.9

Alabama (180)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

156



74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1990—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets
1

2

3

4

5

6

|

7

|

8

9

10

December
Delaware (36)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

20.7
20.7

9.5
30.2

8.4
38.6

8.3
46.9

7.4
54.4

7.1
61.5

6.0
67.6

5.7
73.3

4.7
78.0

3.9
82.0

20.9
20,9

19.3
40.2

3.5
43.8

7.0
50.8

13.1
63.9

3.9
67.9

4.3
72.2

8.8
81.0

1.9
83.0

.4
83.4

District of Columbia (25)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

33.5
33.5

28.2
61.8

11.7
73.5

6.7
80.3

5.9
86.3

3.9
90.2

2.7
92.9

1.1
94.1

.8
94.9

.8
95.8

32,4
32.4

30.4
62.9

11.6
74.6

6.7
81.4

5.4
86.8

3.6
90.4

2.2
92.7

1.2
93.9

.8
94.8

.9
95.7

Florida (337)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

23.1
23.1

12.2
35.3

12.1
47.5

9.3
56.9

8.9
65.8

5.0
70.8

4.2
75.0

.8
75.9

.7
76.7

.7
77.4

24.2
24.2

12.3
36.6

10.7
47.3

9.3
56.6

8.4
65.0

5.1
70.2

4.2
74.4

.9
75.3

.7
76.0

.7
76.8

Georgia (3 18)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

19.3
19.3

15.9
35.2

13.1
48.3

7.3
55.6

6.3
62,0

3.7
65.8

2.3
68.1

2.1
70.3

1.4
71.7

1.2
73.0

18.4
18.4

14.9
33.3

12.1
45.4

7.3
52.8

6.0
58.8

4.0
62.9

2.6
65.5

2.2
67.7

1.5
69.3

.1
69.5

Hawaii (10)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

48,8
48.8

30.3
79.2

6.5
85.7

5.8
91.5

3.9
95.4

2.0
97.4

1.6
99.1

.6
99.8

.0
99.9

.0
99.9

47.1
47.1

31.0
78.1

6.8
85.0

6.0
91.1

4,0
95.1

2.1
97.3

1.7
99.1

.7
99.8

,0
99.8

.0
99.9

Idaho (20)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

39.2
39.2

27.9
67.1

10.7
77.9

8.6
86.5

2.6
89.2

2.1
91.4

1.8
93.2

1.0
94.2

.8
95.1

.8
96.0

36.6
36.6

27.7
64.4

11.6
76.0

8.9
85.0

2.9
88.0

2.3
90.3

2.0
92.3

1.1
93.5

1.0
94.5

.9
95,5

Illinois (784)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

18.8
18.8

11.5
30.3

6.3
36.7

5.2
42.0

4.0
46.1

1.7
47.8

1.3
49.1

1.2
50.4

.9
51.3

.9
52.2

15.3
15.3

8.5
23.9

5.5
29.4

4.2
33.6

4.2
37.8

1.9
39.8

1.4
41.3

1.4
42.7

1.0
43.7

1.0
44.8

Indiana (201)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

11.8
11.8

11.0
22.9

9.5
32.5

4.4
36.9

4.1
41.1

4.0
45.1

3.2
48.3

3.1
51.5

2.5
54.1

2.0
56.1

10.8
10.8

10.5
21.4

8.1
29.5

4.4
33.9

4.1
38.1

4.3
42.4

3.1
45.6

3.0
48.6

2.4
51.1

2.0
53.2

10.1
10.1

7.6
17.7

5.0
22.7

4.2
27.0

3.5
30.6

3.3
33.9

2.7
36.6

1.7
38.4

1.2
39.7

1.0
40.7

8.5
8.5

7.5
16.1

3.7
19.8

4.4
24.3

3,4
27.8

3.5
31.3

2.6
34.0

1.6
35.7

1.3
37.0

1.0
38.1

13.8
13.8

3.6
17.5

2.4
19.9

1.9
21.8

1.8
23.7

1.7
25.5

1.7
27.2

1.5
28.7

1.2
30.0

.9
30.9

13.3
13.3

3.4
16.7

2.4
19.2

1.9
21.1

1.9
23.0

1.5
24.6

1.8
26.4

1.5
27.9

1.2
29.1

.9
30.1

Iowa (457)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Kansas (498)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




157

74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1990—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item 1
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

December
Kentucky (249)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . . . . .
Cumulative

16.1
16,1

12.9
29,0

7.9
36,9

4.2
41.1

2.3
43.5

2.3
45.9

2.0
48.0

1.3
49.3

1.2
50.5

1.1
51.7

13.3
13.3

11.5
24.9

7.6
32.5

4.2
36.8

2.6
39.4

2.0
41.4

2.0
43.5

1.1
44.6

1.2
45.9

1.3
47.3

Louisiana (223)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

17.3
17.3

12.4
29.7

10.6
40.3

7.7
48.1

2.8
50.9

2.1
53.1

1.8
54.9

1.3
56.3

1.3
57.6

1.0
58.7

16.8
16.8

11.6
28.4

10.7
39.2

7.4
46.6

2.8
49.4

2.1
51.6

1.8
53.4

1.4
54.9

1.2
56.1

1.0
57.2

Maine (21)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

23.7
23.7

22.1
45.8

19.8
65.7

12.7
78.5

4.0
82.6

3.4
86.1

2.3
88.4

1.9
90.4

1.9
92.3

1.4
93.7

22.6
22.6

21,3
43.9

20.9
64.8

13.7
78.5

3.2
81.8

3.4
85.2

2.5
87.7

2.1
89.8

2.0
91.9

1.4
93.4

Maryland (82)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

24.6
24.6

12.2
36.9

8.2
45.1

7.8
53.0

6.2
59.2

6.0
65.3

5.8
71.1

4.2
75.4

2.8
78.3

2.6
80.9

26.0
26.0

11.8
37.8

8.5
46.3

8.1
54.5

6.6
61.2

2.0
63.2

5.6
68.9

4.5
73.4

3.0
76.4

2.6
79.0

Massachusetts (68)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

24.2
24.2

17.0
41.2

13.6
54.9

13.2
68.1

11.7
79.9

3.8
83.8

3.7
87.5

1.2
88.8

.7
89.5

.6
90.2

24.5
24.5

15.3
39.9

14.5
54.4

14.5
69.0

8.4
77.5

4.2
81.8

3.7
85.6

1.5
87.1

.8
87.9

.7
88.7

Michigan (153)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

22.2
22.2

13.1
35.3

10.5
45.9

10.3
56.2

9.4
65.6

7.8
73.4

2.4
75.8

2.3
78.2

1.8
80.0

1.4
81.4

20.8
20.8

13.0
33.8

8.6
42.5

10.3
52.8

10.4
63.2

7.9
71.2

2.4
73.6

2.6
76.2

1.9
78.2

1.5
79.7

Minnesota (508)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative , ,
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

25.2
25.2

24.0
49.3

4.6
54.0

2.4
56.4

2.4
58.9

1.7
60.6

.9
61.5

.7
62.3

,7
63.0

.6
63.6

24.0
24.0

21.5
45.5

4.8
50.3

2.5
52.8

2.5
55.4

1.8
57.3

.8
58.1

.8
58.9

.7
59.7

.6
60.3

Mississippi (121)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

18.0
18.0

17.2
35.2

7.0
42.2

6.9
49.2

4.9
54.2

2.9
57.1

1.6
58.8

1.6
60.5

1.3
61,9

1.3
63,2

16.8
16.8

16.5
33.4

7.1
40.5

7.0
47.6

4.9
52.6

3.0
55.6

1.7
57.3

1.7
59.0

1,4
60.5

1.4
62.0

Missouri (384)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

24.6
24.6

10.8
35.4

10.2
45.7

6.2
51.9

3.0
54.9

2.5
57.5

2.3
59.8

1.9
61.8

1.8
63.6

.9
64.5

22.4
22.4

10.3
32.8

10.6
43.4

5.5
49.0

3.0
52.1

2.8
54.9

2.4
57.3

2.1
59.4

1.9
61.4

1.0
62.4

Montana (100)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

19.2
19.2

11.8
31,0

8.7
39.8

5.6
45.5

3.7
49.2

3.6
52.9

2.8
55.8

2.2
58.0

1.7
59.7

1.7
61.5

18.6
18.6

11.5
30.1

8.6
38.8

5.6
44.4

3.6
48.1

3.6
51.7

2.8
54.6

2.2
56.9

1.6
58.5

1.8
60.4

158



74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1990—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

December
Nebraska (344)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13.7
13.7

8.7
22.5

8.0
30.5

5.2
35.7

1.5
37.2

1.5
38.7

1.4
40.2

1.2
41.5

1.1
42.6

1.0
43.7

12.7
12.7

8.9
21.7

7.9
29.6

5.1
34.8

1.5
36.3

1.5
37.9

1.5
39.4

1.3
40.7

1.2
42.0

1.1
43.1

Nevada (18)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

37.5
37.5

25.7
63.3

20.3
83.6

6.2
89.9

3.5
93.4

2.1
95.6

1.0
96.6

.8
97.5

.8
98.3

.3
98.6

11.9
11.9

34.7
46.7

29.7
76.5

8.9
85.4

5.2
90.6

3.1
93.7

1.5
95.3

1.1
96.4

1.2
97.7

.4
98.1

New Hampshire (29)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

25.0
25.0

16.6
41.7

14.3
56.0

8.3
64.4

3.7
68.1

2.8
71.0

2.7
73.8

2.6
76.4

2.2
78.7

2.2
80.9

24.6
24.6

16.3
41.0

13.8
54.8

8.6
63.4

3.6
67.1

2.8
70.0

2.8
72.8

2.7
75.5

2.3
77.8

2.4
80.3

New Jersey (105)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

18.8
18.8

14.4
33.2

11.2
44.5

7.8
52.3

5.6
57.9

4.4
62.4

4.0
66.5

3.2
69.7

2.9
72.7

2.3
75.1

16.7
16.7

14.7
31.5

11.1
42.6

7.9
50.5

5.6
56.2

4.6
60.8

4.2
65.1

3.3
68.5

3.2
71.7

2.5
74.3

New Mexico (56)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

28.0
28.0

12.8
40.9

10.3
51.2

7.1
58.4

3.3
61.8

3.2
65.0

2.2
67,2

1.8
69.0

1.7
70.8

1.4
72.3

27.3
27.3

12.3
39.6

10.4
50.0

7.3
57.4

3.4
60.8

2.8
63.6

2.3
66.0

1.8
67.8

1.8
69.7

1.5
71.2

New York (166)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.6
16.6

12.6
29.3

10.0
39.4

8.9
48.3

6.5
54.9

6.2
61.2

6.2
67.4

4.1
71.5

3.6
75.1

2.8
78.0

16.7
16.7

12.8
29.5

10.1
39.7

9.1
48.8

7.5
56.3

4.5
60.9

2.8
63.7

5.4
69.2

4.0
73.3

3.8
77.1

22.7
22.7

22.6
45.4

21.4
66.8

6.2
73.1

5.6
78.7

3.4
82.2

3.0
85.3

3.0
88.3

2.7
91.0

.5
91.5

19.0
19.0

19.2
38.2

21.0
59.2

7.8
67.0

6.7
73.8

4.0
77.9

3.9
81.8

3.7
85.6

3.3
88.9

.6
89.6

13.6
13.6

10.6
24.2

6.5
30.7

4.5
35.3

2.5
37.9

2.5
40.4

2.5
42.9

1.9
44.9

1.9
46.9

1.9
48.8

14.1
14.1

10.9
25.0

6.4
31.5

4.4
36.0

2.4
38.4

2.5
40.9

2.5
43.4

2.0
45.5

1.7
47.2

1.9
49.2

15.9
15.9

14.4
30.3

11.8
42.1

7.7
49.9

7.3
57.3

6.5
63.8

5.1
68.9

4.9
73.9

2.7
76.6

2.0
78.6

14.8
14.8

13.9
28.7

11.7
40.5

7.7
48.2

7.7
56.0

6.3
62.3

5.0
67.4

4.9
72.4

2.9
75.4

2.1
77.5

9.0
9,0

6.9
15.9

3.1
19.1

2.6
21.7

2.2
23.9

1.9
25.9

1.5
27.4

1.4
28.9

1.2
30.1

1.2
31.3

7.4
7.4

6.8
14.3

2.7
17.1

2.7
19.8

2.0
21.9

1.9
23.8

1.6
25.5

1.4
26.9

1.2
28.1

1.2
29.4

North Carolina (73)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
North Dakota (127)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Ohio (2 14)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Oklahoma (390)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




.,

....

159

74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1990—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item 1
1

2

3

4

6

5

7

8

9

10

December
Oregon (48)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

46.6
46.6

25.5
72.2

6.8
79.0

6.7
85.8

2.0
87.9

1.6
89.6

.8
90.5

.6
91.1

.5
91.6

.5
92.1

42.0
42.0

29.4
71.4

7.0
78.4

6.5
85.0

2.4
87.4

1.8
89.2

1.0
90.2

.1
90.4

.5
91.0

.5
91.6

Pennsylvania (229)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
....

17.7
17.7

17.0
34.7

10.2
44.9

6.8
51.8

6.1
57.9

4.4
62.4

4.4
66.8

2.0
68.9

1.8
70.7

1.6
72.3

15.6
15.6

16.0
31.6

9.2
40.9

6.5
47.4

6.1
53.6

5.0
58.6

4.8
63.5

2.0
65.5

2.0
67.5

1.8
69.4

Rhode Island (9)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

68.0
68.0

20.4
88.5

5.0
93.5

3.0
96.5

1.8
98.3

.7
99,1

.4
99.5

.2
99.8

.1
99.9

.0
100.0

61.4
61.4

24.6
86.0

6.1
92.2

4.0
96.2

1.7
98.0

1.0
99.0

,5
99.5

.2
99.8

.1
99.9

.0
100.0

South Carolina (82)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

27.3
27.3

18.9
46.3

16.2
62.6

5.7
68.4

4.1
72.5

2.1
74.7

1.9
76.6

1.8
78.5

1.7
80.3

1.5
81.8

27.1
27.1

13.1
40.2

17.3
57.6

5.0
62.6

5.0
67.7

2.6
70.3

2.3
72.7

2.0
74.7

1.9
76.7

1.8
78.5

South Dakota (104)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

54.9
54.9

12.8
67.8

3.5
71.4

1.8
73.2

1.7
75.0

1.6
76.6

1.3
78.0

1.2
79.2

.9
80.2

.9
81.1

34.5
34.5

16.6
51.1

4.7
55.9

2.8
58.8

2.6
61.4

2.4
63.9

2.1
66.0

1.8
67.9

1.5
69.4

1.3
70.8

Tennessee (210)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
....
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

14.4
14.4

13,7
28.1

12.4
40.6

10.9
51.5

5.7
57.3

4.6
61.9

4.2
66.1

1.2
67.4

1.1
68.6

.8
69.4

14.0
14.0

13.9
27.9

12.1
40.1

10.6
50.7

5.4
56.1

4.5
60.6

3.9
64.5

1.3
65.9

1.1
67.0

.8
67.9

Texas (1,001)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

18.6
18.6

10.7
29.3

8.5
37.9

8.4
46.3

3.1
49.4

2.9
52.3

1.9
54.2

1.3
55.5

.9
56.5

.8
57.3

17.6
17.6

10.0
27.7

7.3
35.0

8.4
43.5

3.3
46.8

2.9
49.7

2.0
51.7

1.4
53.1

1.0
54.1

.7
54.9

Utah (38)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

30.2
30.2

25.4
55.7

8.7
64.4

7.9
72.4

7.7
80.1

5.4
85.5

1.3
86.8

1.1
88.0

1.0
89.1

1.0
90.1

30.4
30.4

22.5
53.0

8.9
61.9

8.9
70.8

8.8
79.7

5.4
85.1

.0
85.2

1.2
86.5

1.2
87.7

1.0
88.8

Vermont (19)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

27.4
27.4

17.5
44.9

14.5
59.4

10.0
69.5

6.6
76.2

6.1
82.4

2.3
84.8

2.1
86.9

2.0
88.9

1.9
90.9

27.4
27.4

17.6
45.0

14.5
59.5

9.3
68.9

7.0
75.9

5.9
81.8

2.4
84.3

2.2
86.5

2.0
88.6

2.0
90.6

Virginia (143)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

20.5
20.5

15.4
35.9

11.7
47.6

11.4
59.1

8.9
68,0

6.5
74.5

5.2
79.8

2.2
82.0

.9
83.0

.9
84.0

20.7
20.7

13.9
34.6

10.7
45.4

10.2
55.6

8.3
63.9

7.5
71.4

5.6
77.1

2.5
79.6

1.1
80.7

l.l
81.9

160



74. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by the ten largest banking organizations (all commercial
banks and trust companies), by state, 1990—Continued
Percent of state total
Rank, by total assets

State and item 1

1

2

3

4

5

6

|

7

8

9

10

December
Washington (85)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
West Virginia (115)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Wisconsin (9,322)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Wyoming (53)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




31.0
31.0

19.4
50.4

14.2
64.7

9.0
73.7

8.3
82.0

3.5
85.6

2.1
87.8

1.0
88.8

.7
89.5

.5
90.1

29,1
29.1

19.3
48.5

13.9
62.4

9.6
72.0

9.1
81.1

3.6
84.7

2.1
86.9

1.0
87.9

.8
88.8

.5
89.3

12.5
12.5

11.3
23.8

6.8
30.7

3.4
34.1

3.3
37.5

3.3
40.8

3.3
44.2

3.0
47.2

2.6
49,9

1.9
51.8

11.9
11.9

11.2
23.2

6.6
29.8

3.5
33.4

3.2
36.6

3.2
39.8

3.2
43.1

3.1
46.3

2.2
48.5

1.9
50.5

16.0
16 0

13.8
29 8

11.6
41.5

6.7
48 2

3.4
51 6

3.0
54 7

3.0
57 7

1.5
59 2

1.4
60 7

.9
61 6

15 0
15 0

13 8
28 8

11 2
40 1

69
47 0

32
50 3

3 1
53 4

22
55 7

1 6
57 3

1 5
58 8

1 0
59 8

23 9
23.9

95
33.5

7.7
41.2

62
47.5

53
52.9

43
57.3

25
59.8

25
62.3

23
64.7

23
67.0

23.3
23.3

9.6
32.9

7.6
40.5

6.4
47.0

5.6
52.6

4.2
56.9

2.6
59.5

2.6
62.1

2.4
64.6

2.3
66.9

161

75. Selected assets and liabilities of minority-owned banks, in the United States, by size of bank assets,
December 31, 19901
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks.
Size of bank (by assets)

All banks 2

Account

Under 10

10-24

25-49

45,433
66,655
8,116
2,830
0
0

100,378
142,210
5,214
11,665
1,413
0

600,204
1,663,357
220,447
93,009
47,011
4,354

50 or more

ASSETS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Cash and due from depository institutions
U.S. Treasury and federal agency securities, total
Securities
Other securities
Customers' liability on acceptances
Assets held i n trading accounts
Federal funds sold and securities purchased under
agreements to resell
Net loans and leases
Premises and fixed assets
Real estate owned, not bank premises
Other assets
Intangible assets
Investment in unconsolidated subdivisions

750,873
1,877,735
234,097
107,782
48,424
4,354

4,858
5,513
320
278
0
0

788,158
4,390,896
155,871
79,032
135,303
8,756
182

45,494
185,212
11,165
3,302
5,124
869
0

80,412
356,784
15,893
11,512
11,468
1,807
24

654,552
3,828,236
127,020
63,972
118,107
6,052
158

9,721,507

14 Total assets

7,700
20,664
1,793
246
604
28
0
42,292

375,089

740,876

8,563,250

LIABILITIES
Deposits
15 Demand—Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
16 Total nontransaction accounts—Individuals, partnerships,
and corporations
17 U.S. government
18 States and political subdivisions
19 Certified and officers' checks

1,142,041

7,289

52,871

109,203

972,678

5,949,141
305,449
460,088
120,283

22,851
71
2,221
781

200,402
7,827
27,569
3,707

396,132
32,397
48,641
7,856

5,329,756
265,154
381,657
107,939

20 Total deposits
21
Demand
22
Nontransaction accounts

8,738,223
1,604,406
6,495,466

38,726
8,951
24,618

323,915
65,488
227,171

666,308
156,970
440,692

7,709,274
1,372,997
5,802,985

157,013
24,226
7,547
87,457

0
0
59
387

3,073
3,939
68
3,729

4,065
5,938
801
9,510

149,875
14,349
6,619
73,831

7,606,077

39,172

334,724

686,622

6,545,559

13,381

0

1,104

856

11,421

0
19,489
24,666
=4,894

2,632
25,174
23,446
2,146

1,196
138,830
188,312
127,947

23 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under
agreements to repurchase
24 Treasury note balances and other borrowings
25 Mortgage indebtedness
26 All other liabilities
27 Total liabilities
28 Subordinated notes and debentures

.

EQUITY CAPITAL
29
30
31
32

Preferred stock—Par
Common stock—Par
Surplus
Undivided profits and capital reserves

33 Total equity capital
34 Total liabilities and equity capital
35 Number of banks

162



5,328
185,803
239,881
121,052

1,500
2,310
3,457
-4,147

552,064

3,120

39,261

53,398

456,285

8,171,522

42,292

375,089

740,876

7,013,265

97

5

20

21

51

76. Financial assets of pension funds1
A. Totals for private and public funds
Billions of dollars

1981

1 Total, all types . . .
2 Private fund
3
Insured
4
Noninsured 2
5 Public fund
6
State and local government
7
U S government
8
Civil service3
9
Railroad

.....

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

916.1

Fund

996.9

1,179.2

1,392.1

1,532.0

1,801.8

2,031.8

2,201.9

2,482.4

2,848.0

641.6
172.0
469.6
274.5
198.1
76.4
73.9
2.5

686.5
199.8
486.7
310.4
224.2
86.2
84.8
1.4

818.7
242.9
575.8
360.5
262.5
97.9
97.4
0.5

968.8
286.4
682.5
423.2
311.2
112.0
111.4
0.6

1,045.5
331.6
713.9
486.5
356.6
130.0
126.9
3.1

1,248.3
400.0
848.4
553.5
404.7
148.8
144.6
4.2

1,392.8
476.9
915.9
638.9
469.4
169.6
163.4
6.2

1,496.4
538.9
957.5
705.5
517.0
188.4
181.6
6.8

1,668.3
627.7
1,040.6
814.2
606.1
208.1
200.3
7.8

1,884.2
715.2
1,169.0
963.8
734.9
228.9
220.1
8.7

1989

1990

B. Types of assets held by private noninsured funds
Billions of dollars

1 Total financial assets
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Checkable deposits and currency
Time deposits
Money market fund shares
Mutual fund shares
Other corporate equities
U.S. government securities
Corporate and foreign bonds
Mortgages
....
Open market paper
Miscellaneous assets

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

486.7

575.8

682.5

713.9

848.4

915.9

957.5

1,040.6

1,169.0

3.4
25.7
6.6
4.1
218.5
66.9
83.3
3.9
24.5
49.9

4.0
33.2
4.7
4.2
261.9
77.2
89.9
5.8
31.6
63.3

4.8
40.7
5.1
7.0
313.6
89.2
100.3
6.5
38.4
76.8

5.3
44.1
8.1
8.8
308.7
96.4
110.5
6.6
42.2
83.3

6.2
51.7
9.1
19.1
393.6
104.5
120.9
7.0
49.9
86.4

5.7
49.0
13.2
26.4
460.0
109.2
118.7
6.8
46.7
80.0

6.3
53.6
11.4
29.0
483,9
119.2
128.8
5.7
50.1
69.7

7.3
62.3
13.0
31.2
537.6
130.9
141.1
5.7
57.4
54.1

6.1
52.3
16.3
40.7
667.0
142.8
144.4
6.6
48.6
44.4

1981

Type of asset
..

1982

469.6
4.2
25.1
2.6
7.1
223.5
50.6
77.7
3.6
19.5
55.7

C. Types of assets held by state and local government funds
Billions of dollars
Type of asset
1 Total financial assets
2
3
4
5

Corporate bonds
Corporate equities
U.S. government securities
Other .
....

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

198.1

224.2

262.5

311.2

356.6

404.7

469.4

517.0

606.1

734.9

94.5
44.3
40.0
19.2

103.8
47.8
51.8
20.8

107.3
60.2
71.2
23.9

106.6
89.6
88.2
26.8

118.1
96.5
111.2
30.7

129.0
120.1
123.5
32.1

139.8
150.2
144.2
35.3

141.7
169.6
168.7
37.0

160.6
219.7
184.5
41.3

196.4
300.1
198.2
40.2

|

77. Securities credit reported by nonbank lenders subject to margin regulation, June 30, 1990
Millions of dollars
Regulation T
Type of credit

Regulation G

NYSE members

Other brokers
and dealers'

1 Margin accounts2 .
2 "Plan lenders"3

30,043

11

30,054

3 Total

30,043

Total

Total




579
6,259

11

30,054

30,633
6,259

6,838

36,892

163

78. Detailed debit and credit balances at brokers carrying margin accounts, June 30, 1990
Millions of dollars
Item

Amount1

ASSETS
\
2
3
4

Debit balances due from public customers
Margin accounts
Cash accounts
Nonsecurities accounts
Other accounts

,

5 Total

30,054
5,806
965
610
37,435

6 Debit balances in firm investment and trading accounts
7 To be received for securities held under repurchase agreements
8 All other assets

110,698
162,070
100,361

9 Total assets

410,564
LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

10
11
12
13

Credit balances due to public customers
Margin accounts
Cash accounts
Nonsecurities accounts
Other accounts

14 Total
15
16
17
18

Credit balances due on loans
Credit balances in firm investment and trading accounts
U.S. banks
Foreign banks
Other lenders

19 Total

16,766
16,118
4,000
5,594
42,478
71,830
6,175
3,013
20,414
29,602

20 To be repaid for securities sold under repurchase agreements
21 AH other liabilities and capital

181,762

22 Total liabilities and capital

410,563

MEMO: Number of margin accounts
23 Debit status
24 Credit status

910,708
1,843,393

24 Total

2,754,101

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Part 3-Notes to Tables




Notes to Tables

Part 1 -Regular Tables
TABLE 1
1, Unless otherwise noted, rates of change are calculated from average
amounts outstanding in preceding month or quarter.
2, Figures incorporate adjustments for discontinuities associated with
regulatory changes in reserve requirements. See also table 12.
3. The seasonally adjusted, break-adjusted monetary base consists of
(1) seasonally adjusted, break-adjusted total reserves (line 1) plus (2) the
seasonally adjusted currency component of the money stock plus (3), for
all quarterly reporters on the "Report of Transaction Accounts, Other
Deposits and Vault Cash" and for all those weekly reporters whose vault
cash exceeds their required reserves, the seasonally adjusted, break-adjusted difference between current vault cash and the amount applied to
satisfy current reserve requirements.
4. Composition of money stock and debt measures is as follows:
Ml: (1) currency outside the U.S, Treasury, Federal Reserve Banks,
and the vaults of depository institutions; (2) travelers checks of nonbank
issuers; (3) demand deposits at all commercial banks other than those due
to depository institutions, the U.S. government, and foreign banks and
official institutions less cash items in the process of collection and Federal
Reserve float; and (4) other checkable deposits (OCDs) consisting of
negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) and automatic transfer service
(ATS) accounts at depository institutions, credit union share draft accounts, and demand deposits at thrift institutions. Seasonally adjusted Ml
is calculated by summing currency, travelers checks, demand deposits,
and OCDs, each seasonally adjusted separately.
M2: Ml plus overnight (and continuing contract) repurchase agreements (RPs) issued by all commercial banks and overnight Eurodollars
issued to U.S. residents by foreign branches of U.S. banks worldwide,
MMDAs, savings and small-denomination time deposits (time deposits including retail RPs-in amounts of less than $100,000), and balances in
both taxable and tax-exempt general purpose and broker-dealer money
market mutual funds. Excludes individual retirement accounts (IRAs) and
Keogh balances at depository institutions and money market funds. Also
excludes all balances held by U.S. commercial banks, money market
funds (general purpose and broker-dealer), foreign governments, commercial banks, and the U.S. government. Seasonally adjusted M2 is computed by adjusting its non-Mi component as a whole and then adding this
result to seasonally adjusted Ml.
M3: M2 plus large-denomination time deposits and term RP liabilities
(in amounts of $100,000 or more) issued by all depository institutions,
term Eurodollars held by U. S. residents at foreign branches of U. S. banks
worldwide and at all banking offices in the United Kingdom and Canada,
and balances in both taxable and tax-exempt, institution-only money market mutual funds. Excludes amounts held by depository institutions, the
U,S, government, money market funds, and foreign banks and official
institutions. Also subtracted is the estimated amount of overnight RPs and
Eurodollars held by institution-only money market funds. Seasonally adjusted M3 is obtained by adjusting its non-M2 component as a whole and
then adding this result to seasonally adjusted M2.
L: M3 plus the nonbank public holdings of U.S. savings bonds, shortterm Treasury securities, commercial paper, and bankers acceptances, net
of money market fund holdings of these assets. Seasonally adjusted L is
calculated by summing U.S. savings bonds, short-term Treasury securi-




ties, commercial paper, and bankers acceptances, each seasonally adjusted
separately, with M3.
Debt: Debt of domestic nonfinancial sectors consists of outstanding
credit market debt of the U.S. government, state and local governments,
and private nonfinancial sectors. Private debt consists of corporate bonds,
mortgages, consumer credit (including bank loans), other bank loans,
commercial paper, bankers acceptances, and other debt instruments. Data
are derived from the Federal Reserve Board's flow of funds accounts. Data
on debt of domestic nonfinancial sectors are monthly averages, derived by
averaging adjacent month-end levels. Growth rates for debt reflect adjustments for discontinuities over time in the levels of debt presented in other
tables.
5. Sum of overnight RPs and overnight Eurodollars, money market
fund balances (general purpose and broker-dealer), MMDAs, and savings
and small time deposits. This sum is seasonally adjusted as a whole.
6. Sum of large time deposits, term RPs, term Eurodollars of U.S.
residents, and money market fund balances (institution-only), less the
estimated amount of overnight RPs and Eurodollars held by institutiononly money market funds. This sum is seasonally adjusted as a whole.
7. Small-denomination time deposits—including retail RPs - are those
issued in amounts of less than $100,000. All IRA and Keogh account
balances at commercial banks and thrift institutions are subtracted from
small time deposits.
8. Large-denomination time deposits are those issued in amounts of
$100,000 or more, excluding those booked at international banking
facilities.
Large-denomination time deposits at commercial banks less those held
by money market mutual funds, depository institutions, and foreign banks
and official institutions.

TABLE 2
1. Includes securities loaned—fully guaranteed by U.S. government
securities pledged with Federal Reserve Banks - and excludes any securities sold and scheduled to be bought back under matched sale-purchase
transactions.
2 Amounts of currency and coin held as reserves are shown in table 3,
line 3 plus line 4.
3. Excludes required clearing balances (as of August 13, 1981) and
adjustments to compensate for float.

TABLE 3
1. Data are prorated monthly averages of biweekly averages.
2. Excludes required clearing balances and adjustments to compensate
for float and includes other off-balance sheet "as-of adjustments.
3. Total "lagged" vault cash held by those depository institutions currently subject to reserve requirements. Dates refer to the maintenance
periods in which the vault cash fan be used to satisfy reserve requirements.
Under contemporaneous reserve requirements, maintenance periods end
thirty days after the lagged computation periods in which the balances are
held.
4. All vault cash held during the lagged computation period by "bound"
institutions (that is, those whose required reserves exceed their vault cash)
plus the amount of vault cash applied during the maintenance period by

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"nonbound" institutions (those whose vault cash exceeds their required
reserves) to satisfy current reserve requirements.
5. Total vault cash (line 2) less applied vault cash (line 3).
6. Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks (line 1) plus applied
vault cash (line 3).
7. Total reserves (line 5) less required reserves (line 6).
8. Extended credit consists of borrowing at the discount window under
the terms and conditions established for the extended credit program to
help depository institutions deal with sustained liquidity pressures. Because there is not the same need to repay such borrowing promptly as there
is with traditional short-term adjustment credit, the money market impact
of extended credit is similar to that of nonborrowed reserves.
TABLE 4
1. Banks with assets of $4 billion or more as of December 31,1988.
2. Brokers and nonbank dealers in securities; other depository institutions ; foreign banks and official institutions; and United States government
agencies.
TABLE 5
1. Adjustment credit is available on a short-term basis to help depository institutions meet temporary needs for funds that cannot be met
through reasonable alternative sources. After May 19, 1986, the highest
rate established for loans to depository institutions may be charged on
adjustment credit loans of unusual size that result from a major operating
problem at the borrower's facility.
Seasonal credit is available to help smaller depository institutions meet
regular, seasonal needs for funds that cannot be met through special industry lenders and that arise from a combination of expected patterns of
movement in their deposits and loans. A temporary simplified seasonal
program was established on March 8, 1985, and the interest rate was a
fixed rate ]/2 percent above the rate on adjustment credit. The program was
reestablished for 1986 and 1987 but was not renewed for 1988. See sections 201.3 (a) and 201.3 (b)(l) of Regulation A.
2. Extended credit is available to depository institutions, where similar
assistance is not reasonably available from other sources, when exceptional circumstances or practices involve only a particular institution or
when an institution is experiencing difficulties adjusting to changing market conditions over a longer period of time. See section 201.3 (b)(2) of
Regulation A.
3. For extended-credit loans outstanding more than 30 days, a flexible
rate somewhat above rates on market sources of funds ordinarily will be
charged, but in no case will the rate charged be less than the basic discount
rate plus 50 basis points. The flexible rate is reestablished on the first
business day of each two-week reserve maintenance period. At the discretion of the Federal Reserve Bank, the time period for which the basic
discount rate is applied may be shortened.
4. The actual rate for 1990 is 8.05.
TABLE 6
1. Reserve requirements in effect on December 31, 1990. Required
reserves must be held in the form of deposits with Federal Reserve Banks
or in vault cash, Nonmember institutions may maintain reserve balances
with a Federal Reserve Bank indirectly on a pass-through basis with
certain approved institutions. For previous reserve requirements, see earlier editions of the Annual Report or the Federal Reserve Bulletin. Under
provisions of the Monetary Control Act, depository institutions include
commercial banks, mutual savings banks, savings and loan associations,
credit unions, agencies and branches of foreign banks, and Edge
corporations.
2, The Garn-St Germain Depository Institutions Act of 1982 (Public
Law 97-320) requires that $2 million of reservable liabilities of each
depository institution be subject to a zero percent reserve requirement.
The Board is to adjust the amount of reservable liabilities subject to this
zero percent reserve requirement each year for the succeeding calendar
year by 80 percent of the percentage increase in the total reservable
liabilities of all depository institutions, measured on an annual basis as of
June 30. No corresponding adjustment is to be made in the event of a

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decrease. On December 20, 1988, the exemption was raised from
$3.2 million to $3.4 million. In determining the reserve requirements of
depository institutions, the exemption shall apply in the following order:
(1) net NOW accounts (NOW accounts less allowable deductions); and
(2) net other transaction accounts. The exemption applies only to accounts
that would be subject to a 3 percent reserve requirement.
3. Transaction accounts include all deposits on which the account
holder is permitted to make withdrawals by negotiable or transferable
instruments, payment orders of withdrawal, and telephone and preauthorized transfers in excess of three per month for the purpose of making
payments to third persons or others. However, MMDAs and similar accounts subject to the rules that permit no more than six preauthorized,
automatic, or other transfers per month, of which no more than three
can be checks, are not transaction accounts (such accounts are savings
deposits)
The Monetary Control Act of 1980 requires that the amount of transaction accounts against which the 3 percent reserve requirement applies be
modified annually by 80 percent of the percentage change in transaction
accounts held by all depository institutions, determined as of June 30 each
yean Effective December 18,1990 for institutions reporting quarterly and
December 25, 1990 for institutions reporting weekly, the amount was
increased from $40.4 million to $41.1 million.
4. The reserve requirements on nonpersonal time deposits with an
original maturity of less than IVi years were reduced from 3 percent to
1 Vi percent on the maintenance period that began December 13,1990, and
to zero for the maintenance period that began December 27, 1990, for
institutions that report weekly. The reserve requirement on nonpersonal
time deposits with an original maturity of 11A years or more has been zero
since October 6, 1983.
For institutions that report quarterly, the reserves on nonpersonal time
deposits with an original maturity of less than 1 V& years will be reduced
from 3 percent to zero on January 17,1991,
5. The reserve requirements on Eurocurrency liabilities were reduced
from 3 percent to zero in the same manner and on the same dates as were
the reserves on nonpersonal time deposits with an original maturity of
less than 11A years (see note 4).

TABLET
1. Sales, redemptions, and negative figures reduce holdings of the
System Open Market Account; all other figures increase such holdings.
Details may not sum to totals because of rounding.

TABLES
1. Details may not sum to totals because of rounding.
2. Includes securities loaned—fully guaranteed by U.S. Treasury securities pledged with Federal Reserve Banks-and excludes securities
sold and scheduled to be bought back under matched sale-purchase
transactions.
3. Valued monthly at market exchange rates.
4. Includes special investment account at the Federal Reserve Bank of
Chicago in Treasury bills maturing within ninety days.
5. Includes exchange-translation account reflecting the monthly revaluation at market exchange rates of foreign-exchange commitments.
6. Federal Reserve notes held by the Reserve Bank are exempt from the
collateral requirement.
7. Holdings under repurchase agreements are classified as maturing
within fifteen days in accordance with maximum maturity of the
agreements.

TABLE 9
1. Represents accounts of individuals, partnerships, and corporations,
and of states and political subdivisions.
2. Accounts authorized for negotiable orders of withdrawal (NOW)
and accounts authorized for automatic transfer to demand deposits (ATS).
3. Excludes ATS and NOW accounts, MMDA and special club accounts, such as Christmas and vacation clubs.
4. Money market deposit accounts.

SOURCE. Data for demand deposits are available beginning 1970 estimated in part from the debits series for 233 SMSAs that were available
through June 1977. Data for ATS and NOW accounts and savings deposits
are available beginning July 1977. Back data are available on request from
the Banking and Money Market Statistics Section, Division of Monetary
Affairs, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington,
D.C, 20551.

TABLE 10
1. Historical data are available from the Money and Reserves Projection Section, Division of Monetary Affairs, Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System, Washington, D.C. 20551.
2. Composition of the money stock measures and debt is as follows:
Ml: (1) currency outside the U.S. Treasury, Federal Reserve Banks,
and the vaults of depository institutions; (2) travelers checks of nonbank
issuers; (3) demand deposits at all commercial banks other than those due
to depository institutions, the U.S. government, and foreign banks and
official institutions less cash items in the process of collection and Federal
Reserve float; and (4) other checkable deposits (OCDs) consisting of
negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) and automatic transfer service
(ATS) accounts at depository institutions, credit union share draft accounts, and demand deposits at thrift institutions. Seasonally adjusted Ml
is calculated by summing currency, travelers checks, demand deposits,
and OCDs, each seasonally adjusted separately.
M2: Ml plus overnight (and continuing contract) repurchase agreements (RPs) issued by all commercial banks and overnight Eurodollars
issued to U.S. residents by foreign branches of U.S. banks worldwide,
Money Market Demand Accounts (MMDAs), savings and small-denomination time deposits (time deposits—including retail RPs—in amounts of
less than $100,000), and balances in both taxable and tax- exempt general
purpose and broker-dealer money market mutual funds. Excludes individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh balances at depository institutions and money market funds. Also excludes all balances held by U.S.
commercial banks, money market mutual funds (general purpose and
broker-dealer), foreign governments and commercial banks, and the U. S.
government. Seasonally adjusted M2 is computed by adjusting its non-Mi
component as a whole and then adding this result to seasonally adjusted
ML
M3: M2 plus large-denomination time deposits and term RP liabilities
(in amounts of $100,000 or more) issued by all depository institutions,
term Eurodollars held by U.S. residents at foreign branches of U.S. banks
worldwide and at all banking offices in the United Kingdom and Canada,
and balances in both taxable and tax-exempt, institution-only money market mutual funds. Excludes amounts held by depository institutions, the
U.S. government, money market mutual funds, and foreign banks and
official institutions. Also subtracted is the estimated amount of overnight
RPs and Eurodollars held by institution-only money mutual funds. Seasonally adjusted M3 is obtained by adjusting its non-M2 component as a whole
and then adding this result to seasonally adjusted M2.
L: M3 plus the nonbank public holdings of U.S. savings bonds, shortterm Treasury securities, commercial paper, and bankers acceptances, net
of money market mutual fund holdings of these assets.
Debt: Debt of domestic nonfinancial sectors consists of outstanding
credit market debt of the U.S. government, state and local governments,
and private nonfinancial sectors. Private debt consists of corporate bonds,
mortgages, consumer credit (including bank loans), other bank loans,
commercial paper, bankers acceptances, and other debt instruments. Data
are derived from the Federal Reserve Board's flow of funds accounts. Debt
data are based on monthly averages.
3. Currency outside the U.S. Treasury, Federal Reserve Banks, and
vaults of depository institutions.
4. Outstanding amount of U.S. dollar-denominated travelers checks
of nonbank issuers. Travelers checks issued by depository institutions are
included in demand deposits.
5. Demand deposits at commercial banks and foreign-related institutions other than those due to depository institutions, the U.S. government,
and foreign banks and official institutions, less cash items in the process of
collection and Federal Reserve float.
6. Consists of NOW and ATS balances at all depository institutions, credit union share draft balances, and demand deposits at thrift
institutions.




7. Sum of overnight RPs and overnight Eurodollars, money market
fund balances (general purpose and broker-dealer), MMDAs, and savings
and small-denomination time deposits.
8. Sum of large-denomination time deposits, termRPs andtermEurodollars of U.S. residents, money market ftmd balances (institution-only),
less a consolidation adjustment that represents the estimated amount of
overnight RPs and Eurodollars held by institution-only money market
funds.
9. Small-denomination time deposits — including retail RPs—are
those issued in amounts of less than $100,000. All individual retirement
accounts (IRA) and Keogh account balances at commercial banks and
thrifts are subtracted from small time deposits.
10. Large-denomination time deposits are those issued in amounts of
$100,000 or more, excluding those booked at international banking
facilities.
11. Large-denomination time deposits at commercial banks less those
held by money market mutual funds, depository institutions, and foreign
banks and official institutions.

TABLE 11
1. More extensive historical data and estimates of the impact on required reserves of changes in reserve requirements are available from the
Money and Reserves Projections Section, Division of Monetary Affairs,
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, D.C.
20551.
2. Figures reflect adjustments for discontinuities, "breaks", associated
with regulatory changes in reserve requirements,
3. Seasonally adjusted, break-adjusted total reserves equal seasonally
adjusted, break-adjusted required reserves (line 4) plus excess reserves
(line 16).
4. Seasonally adjusted, break-adjusted nonborrowed reserves equal
seasonally adjusted, break-adjusted total reserves (line 1) less total borrowings of depository institutions from the Federal Reserve (line 17).
5. Extended credit consists of borrowing at the discount window
under the terms and conditions established for the extended credit program
to help depository institutions deal with sustained liquidity pressures.
Because there is not the same need to repay such borrowing promptly as
there is with traditional short-term adjustment credit, the money market
impact of extended credit is similar to that of nonborrowed reserves.
6. The seasonally adjusted, break-adjusted monetary base consists of
seasonally adjusted, break-adjusted total reserves (line 1), plus the seasonally adjusted currency component of the money stock, plus (for all quarterly reporters on the "Report of Transaction Accounts, Other Deposits
and Vault Cash" and for all those weekly reporters whose vault cash
exceeds their required reserves), the seasonally adjusted, break-adjusted
difference between current vault cash and the amount applied to satisfy
current reserve requirements.
7. Break-adjusted total reserves equal break-adjusted required reserves (line 9) plus excess reserves (line 16).
8. To adjust required reserves for discontinuities because of regulatory changes in reserve requirements, a multiplicative procedure is used to
estimate what required reserves would have been in past periods had
current reserve requirements been in effect. Break-adjusted required reserves includes required reserves against transactions deposits and nonpersonal time and savings deposits (but not reservable nondeposit
liabilities.)
9. The break-adjusted monetary base equals break-adjusted total reserves (line 6), plus the (unadjusted) currency component of the money
stock, plus (for all those weekly reporters whose vault cash exceeds their
required reserves), the break-adjusted difference between current vault
cash and the amount applied to satisfy current reserve requirements.
10. Reflects actual reserve requirements, including those on nondeposit
liabilities, with no adjustments to eliminate the effects of discontinuities
associated with changes in reserve requirements.
11. Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks plus vault cash used
to satisfy reserve requirements.
12. The monetary base, not break-adjusted and not seasonally adjusted,
consists of total reserves (line 11), plus required clearing balances and
adjustments to compensate for float at Federal Reserve Banks, plus the
currency component of the money stock, plus (for all quarterly reporters
on the "Report of Transaction Accounts, Other Deposits and Vault Cash"
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reserves), the difference between current vault cash and the amount applied to satisfy current reserve requirements. After the introduction of
CRR, currency and vault cash figures are measured over the computation
periods ending on Mondays.
13. Unadjusted total reserves (line 11) less unadjusted required reserves (line 14).

TABLE 12
1. All commercial banks include domestically chartered insured banks,
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, New York investment companies majority owned by foreign banks, and Edge Act corporations
owned by domestically chartered and foreign banks. Data are prorated
averages of Wednesday estimates for domestically chartered and foreign
related institutions, based on weekly reports of a sample of domestically
chartered insured banks and large branches and agencies and quarterly
reports of all domestically chartered insured banks and all agencies,
branches, investment companies, and Edge Act corporations engaged in
banking.
For information concerning breaks in series, refer to the notes published
in the H.4.2 statistical release.
2. Adjusted to exclude loans to and federal funds sold to commercial
banks.
3. Includes nonfinancial commercial paper held.
4. Includes the fifty states and the District of Columbia,

TABLE 13
1. Commercial banks are those in the 50 states and the District of
Columbia with national or state charters plus agencies and branches of
foreign banks, New York investment companies majority owned by foreign banks, and Edge Act corporations owned by domestically chartered
and foreign banks.
2. Includes federal funds, RPs, and other borrowing from nonbanks
and net balances due to related foreign offices.
3. Reflects net positions of U.S. chartered banks, Edge Act corporations, and U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks with related foreign offices plus net positions with own IBFs.
4. Other borrowings are borrowings through any instrument, such as a
promissory note or due bill, given for the purpose of borrowing money for
the banking business. This includes borrowings from Federal Reserve
Banks and from foreign banks, term federal funds, loan RPs, and sales of
participations in pooled loans.
5. Based on daily average data reported weekly by approximately 120
large banks and quarterly or annual data reported by other banks.
6. Figures are partly daily averages and partly averages of Wednesday
data.
7. Time deposits in denominations of $100,000 or more. Estimated
averages of daily data.
8. U.S. Treasury demand deposits and Treasury tax-and-loan notes at
commercial banks. Data are averages of daily data.

TABLE 14
1. All commercial banking institutions include domestically chartered
insured commercial banks, agencies and branches of foreign banks, Edge
act and agreement corporations owned by domestically chartered and
foreign banks, and New York State investment companies majority owned
by foreign banks. Data for domestically chartered insured commercial
banks (partly estimated) are for the last Wednesday of the month. Data for
foreign-related institutions are based on weekly reports from large agencies and branches of foreign banks and on quarter-end condition reports
for investment companies and Edge act and agreement corporations engaged in banking.
2. Commercial banking institutions include insured domestically chartered commercial banks, branches and agencies of foreign banks, Edge act
and Agreement corporations, and New York State foreign investment
corporations.
3. This balancing item is not intended as a measure of equity capital for
use in capital adequacy analysis.

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4. Insured domestically chartered commercial banks include all member banks and insured nonmember banks. They include all bank-premises
subsidiaries and other significant majority-owned domestic subsidiaries.
Data are based on weekly reports from a sample of weekly reporting banks
and quarter-end universe data.

TABLE 15
1. Includes certificates of participation, issued or guaranteed by agencies of the U.S. government, in pools of residential mortgages.
2. Includes securities purchased under agreements to resell.
3. Includes allocated transfer risk reserve.
4. Includes NOW, ATS, and telephone and preauthorized transfer
savings deposits.
5. Includes borrowings only from other than directly related
institutions.
6. Includes federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase.
7. This balancing item is not intended as a measure of equity capital for
use in capital adequacy analysis.
8. Excludes loans to and federal funds transactions with commercial
banks in the United States.
9. Affiliates include a bank's own foreign branches, nonconsolidated
nonbank affiliates of the bank, the banks' holding company (if not a bank),
and nonconsolidated nonbank subsidiaries of the holding company.
10. Credit Extended by foreign branches of domestically chartered
weekly reporting banks to nonbank U.S. residents. Consists mainly of
commercial and industrial loans, but includes an unknown amount of
credit extended to other than nonfinancial businesses.
11. These amounts represent accumulated adjustments originally made
to offset the effects of mergers. They should be added to outstanding data
for any date in the year to establish comparability with data in the subsequent year. For a description of the adjustment process, see Banking and
Monetary Statistics, 1941-1970, pages 148-49.

TABLE 16
1. Includes securities purchased under agreements to resell.
2. Includes transactions with nonbank brokers and dealers in securities.
3. Includes net due from related institutions abroad for U.S. branches
and agencies of foreign banks having a net "due from" position.
4. Includes other transaction deposits.
5. Includes securities sold under agreements to repurchase.
6. Includes net due to related institutions abroad for U.S. branches and
agencies of foreign banks having a net "due to" position.
7. Excludes loans made and federal funds sold to commercial banks in
the United States.

TABLE 17
1. Estimates of gross deposits are based on reports supplied by a sample
of commercial banks and include cash items in process of collection.
Types of depositors in each category are described in the Federal Reserve
Bulletin, vol. 57 (June 1971), p. 465 except that financial business deposits
and, by implication, total gross demand deposits were redefined beginning
1985:1 to exclude demand deposits due to thrift institutions.
This table has been discontinued because data are no longer available.

TABLE 18
1. Institutions engaged primarily in activities such as, but not limited to,
commercial, savings, and mortgage banking; sales, personal, and mortgage financing; factoring, finance leasing, and other business lending;
insurance underwriting; and other investment activities.
2. Includes all financial company paper sold by dealers in the open
market.
3. As reported by financial companies that place their paper directly
with investors.

4. Includes public utilities and firms engaged primarily in activities
such as communications, construction, manufacturing, mining, wholesale
and retail trade, transportation, and services.
5. In January 1988, the number of respondents in the bankers acceptance survey were reduced from 155 to 111 institutions—those with $100
million or more in total acceptances. The panel is revised every January
and currently has about 100 respondents. The current reporting group
accounts for over 90 percent of total acceptances activity.
TABLE 19
1. The prime rate is one of several base rates that banks use to price
short-term business loans. The table shows the date on which a new rate
came to be the predominant one quoted, rather than the date on which the
first bank made a change in the rate.

14. General obligations based on Thursday figures: Moody's Investors
Service.
15. General obligations only, with twenty years to maturity, issued by
twenty state and local governmental units of mixed quality. Based on
figures for Thursday.
16. Daily figures from Moody's Investors Service. Based on yields to
maturity on selected long-term bonds.
17. Compilation of the Federal Reserve. This series is an estimate of
the yield on recently offered, A-rated utility bonds with a thirty-year
maturity and five years of call protection. Weekly data are based on Friday
quotations,
18. Standard and Poofs corporate series. Preferred stock ratio based on
a sample often issues: four public utilities, four industrials, one financial,
and one transportation. Common stock ratios on the 500 stocks in the price
index.
TABLE 22

TABLE 20
1. The survey of terms of bank lending to business collects data on gross
loan extensions made during the first full business week in the mid-month
of each quarter by a sample of 340 commercial banks of all sizes. A sample
of 250 banks reports loans to farmers. The sample data are blown up to
estimate the lending terms at all insured commercial banks during that
week. The estimated terms of bank lending are not intended for use in
collecting the terms of loans extended over the entire quarter or residing in
the portfolios of those banks. Construction and land development loans
include both unsecured loans and loans secured by real estate. Thus, some
of the construction and land development loans would be reported on the
statement of condition as real estate loans and the remainder as business
loans. Mortgage loans, purchased loans, foreign loans, and loans of less
than $1,000 are excluded from the survey.
2. Average maturities are weighted by loan size and exclude demand
loans.
3. Effective (compounded) annual interest rates are calculated from the
stated rate and other terms of the loan and weighted by loan size.
4. Among banks reporting loans to farmers, large farm lenders had
more than $20 million in farm loans, and other farm lenders had farm loans
that were less than $20 million.
5. Since August 1987, the survey of terms of bank lending to farmers
has included loans secured by farm real estate. In addition, the categories
describing the purpose of farm loans have now been expanded to include
"purchase or improve farm real estate." In previous surveys, the purpose of
such loans was reported as "other."

1. Beginning January 25, 1984, Standard and Poor's Corporation rebased the transportation index making 1982 = 100, rather than 10. Data
from 1974 only are available on this new basis.
2. Free credit balances are in accounts with no unfulfilled commitments
to the brokers and are subject to withdrawal by customers on demand.
3. These regulations adopted by the Board of Governors of the Federal
Reserve System, pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, limit
the amount of credit to purchase and carry "margin securities" (as defined
in the regulations) when such credit is collateralized by securities. Margin
requirements on securities other than options are the difference between
the market value (100 percent) and the maximum loan value of collateral as
prescribed by the Board.
Special margin requirements for bonds convertible into stocks were
adopted by the Board of Governors effective March 11, 1968.
OnJanuary 1,1977, the Board of Governors for the first time established
in Regulation T the initial margin required for writing options on securities, setting it at 30 percent of the current market value of the stock
underlying the option. On September 30, 1985 the Board changed the
required initial margin, allowing it to be the same as the option maintenance margin required by the appropriate exchange or self-regulatory
organization; such maintenance margin rules must be approved by the
Securities and Exchange Commission. Effective June 8, 1988 margins
were set to be the price of the option plus twenty percent of the market
value of the stock underlying the option (or fifteen percent in the case of
stock-index options).
TABLE 23

TABLE 21
1. The daily effective federal funds rate is a weighted average of rates
on trades through New York brokers.
2. Weekly figures are averages of seven calendar days, ending on
Wednesday of each week; monthly figures include each calendar day in the
month.
3. Annualized using a 360-day year or bank interest.
4. Rate for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
5. Quoted on a discount basis.
6. An average of offering rates on commercial paper placed by several
leading dealers for firms whose bond rating is AA or the equivalent.
7. An average of offering rates on paper directly placed by finance
companies.
8. Representative closing yields for acceptances of the highest rated
money center banks.
9. An average of dealer offering rates on nationally traded certificates
of deposit.
10. Bid rates for Eurodollar deposits at 11 a.m. London time. Data are
for indication purposes only.
11. Auction date for daily data; weekly and monthly averages computed on an issue-date basis,
12. Yields on actively traded issues adjusted to constant maturities.
SOURCE. U.S. Treasury.
13. Unweighted average of rates on all outstanding bonds neither due or
callable in less than ten years, including one very low yielding "flower"
bond.




1. Contra-assets are credit-balance accounts that must be subtracted
from the corresponding gross asset categories to yield net asset levels.
Contra-assets to mortgage loans, contracts, and pass-through securities
include loans in process, unearned discounts and deferred loan fees, valuation allowances for mortgages "held for sale," and specific reserves and
other valuation allowances.
2. Contra-assets are credit-balance accounts that must be subtracted
from the corresponding gross asset categories to yield net asset levels.
Contra-assets to nonmortgage loans include loans in process, unearned
discounts and deferred loan fees, and specific reserves and valuation
allowances.
3. Holding of stock in Federal Home Loan Bank and Finance leases plus
interest are included in "Other".
4. Data include all federally insured credit unions, both Federal and
state chartered, serving natural persons.
5. Data are no longer available on a monthly basis for life insurance
companies.
6. Direct and guaranteed obligations. Excludes federal agency issues
not guaranteed, which are shown in this table under "Business" securities.
7. Issues of foreign governments and their subdivisions and bonds of
the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development,
SOURCES. 23.A and B, FSLIC-insured institutions: Estimates by the
FHLBB for all institutions insured by the FSLIC and based on the FHLBB
thrift Financial Report.
23.C: Estimates are by the National Credit Union Administration based
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natural persons. Figures are preliminary and are revised annually to incorporate recent benchmark data.
23 .D: Estimates are by the American Council of Life Insurance for all
life insurance companies in the United States. Annual figures are annualstatement asset values, with bonds carried on an amortized basis and stocks
at year-end market values. Adjustments for interest due and accrued and
for differences between market and book values are not made on each item
separately but are included, in total, in "Other assets,"
TABLE 24
1. FY 1990 receipts, outlays, and deficits may not correspond to the
data in The Budget of the U.S. Government, Fiscal Year 1992 because of
subsequent minor revisions,
2. In accordance with the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit
Control Act of 1985, all former off-budget entries are now presented
on-budget. The Federal Financing Bank (FFB) activities are now shown as
separate accounts under the agencies that use the FFB to finance their
programs. The act has also moved off-budget two social security trust
funds, Federal old-age survivors' insurance and federal disability insurance trust funds. The Postal Service is included as an off-budget item in the
Monthly Treasury Statement beginning in 1990.
3. Includes special drawing rights; reserve position on the U, S. quota in
the International Monetary Fund; loans to the IMF; other cash and monetary assets; accrued interest payable to the public; allocations of special
drawing rights; deposit funds; miscellaneous liability (including checks
outstanding) and asset accounts; seigniorage; increment on gold; net gain
or loss for U.S. currency valuation adjustment; net gain or loss for IMF
loan-valuation adjustment; and profit on sale of gold.
SOURCES. U.S. Treasury, Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and
Outlays of the U.S. Government, and The Budget of the U.S. Government,
Fiscal Year]992.
TABLE 25
1. Functional details may not sum to total outlays for calendar year data
because revisions to monthly outlay totals have not been distributed among
functions.
2. Old-age, disability, and hospital insurance and railroad retirement
accounts,
3. Old age disability and hospital insurance.
4. Federal employee retirement contributions and civil service retirement and disability fiind.
5. Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve Banks and other miscellaneous receipts.
6. Net interest function includes interest received by trust funds.
7. Consists of rents and royalties on the outer continental shelf, and
U.S. government contributions for employee retirement.
SOURCES. U.S. Department of the Treasury, Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the U. S. Government, and the U.S. Office
of Management and Budget, Budget of the U. S. Government, Fiscal Year
1992.
TABLE 26
1. Consists of guaranteed debt of government agencies, specified participation certificates, notes to international lending organizations, and
District of Columbia stadium bonds,
SOURCES. Treasury Bulletin and Monthly Statement of the Public Debt
of the United States.
TABLE 27
1. Includes (not shown separately) securities issued to the Rural Electrification Administration, depository bonds, retirement plan bonds, and
individual retirement bonds.
2. Nonmarketable series denominated in dollars and series denominated in foreign currency held by foreigners.
3. Held almost entirely by U. S. Treasury and other federal agencies and
trust funds.

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4. Data for Federal Reserve Banks and U.S. government agencies and
trust funds are actual holdings; data for other groups are Treasury
estimates.
5. Consists of investments of foreign balances and international accounts in the United States. Excludes non-interest-bearing notes issued to
the International Monetary Fund.
6. Includes savings and loan associations, nonprofit institutions, credit
unions, mutual savings banks, corporate pension trust funds, dealers and
brokers, certain U.S. Treasury deposit accounts, and federally sponsored
agencies.
SOURCES. Data by type of security, U.S. Treasury Department Monthly
Statement of the Public Debt of the United States; data by holder, the
Treasury Bulletin.
TABLE 28
1. Transactions are market purchases and sales reported to the Federal
Reserve Bank of New York by the U. S. Government securities dealers on
its published list of primary dealers. Averages for transactions are based
on the number of trading days in the period. Immediate, forward, and
future transactions are reported at principal value, which does not include
accrued interest; option transactions are reported at the face value of the
underlying securities, data.
2. Major changes in the report forms filed by primary dealers induce a
break in the dealer data series as of the week ending July 4, 1990. Earlier
data are not available.
3. Transactions for immediate delivery include purchases or sales of
securities (other than mortgage-backed agency securities) for which delivery is scheduled in five business days or less and "when-issued" securities
that settle on the issue date of offering. Transactions for immediate delivery of mortgage-backed securities include purchases and sales for which
delivery is scheduled in thirty days or less. Stripped securities are reported
at market value by maturity of coupon or corpus.
4. Includes securities such as collateralized mortgage obligations
(CMOs); real estate mortgage investment conduits (REMICs); interest
only (lOs); and principal only (POs).
5. Futures transactions are standardized agreements arranged on an
exchange. Forward transactions are agreements made in the over-thecounter market that specify delayed delivery. All futures contracts for
U.S. Government securities and federal agency debt securities are included when the time to delivery is more than five days. Forward contracts
for mortgage-backed securities are included when the time to delivery is
more than thirty days.
6. Options transactions are purchases or sales of put and call options,
whether arranged on an organized exchange or in the over-the-counter
market and include options on futures contracts on U.S. Government and
federal agency securities.
7. Data for dealer positions and sources of financing are obtained from
reports submitted to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York by the U.S.
Government securities dealers on its published list of primary dealers.
Data for positions and financing are averages of close-of-business
Wednesday weekly data.
Securities positions are reported at market value.
8. Net immediate positions include securities purchased or sold (other
than mortgage-backed agency securities) that have been delivered or are
scheduled to be delivered in five business days or less and "when-issued"
securities which settle on the issue date of offering. Net immediate positions of mortgage-backed securities include securities purchased or sold
that have been delivered or are scheduled to be delivered in thirty days or
less.
9. Futures positions are standardized contracts arranged on an exchange. Forward positions reflect agreements made in the over-thecounter market that specify delayed delivery. All futures positions are
included regardless of time to delivery. Forward contracts for U.S.
Treasury securities and for federal agency debt securities are included
when the time to delivery is more than five business days. Forward contracts for mortgage-backed securities are included when the time to delivery is more than thirty days.
10. Overnight financing refers to agreements made on one business day
that mature on the next business day; continuing contracts are agreements
that remain in effect for more than one business day but have no advance
notice by either party; term agreements have a fixed maturity of more than
one business day.

11. Matched-book reflect financial intermediation activity in which the
borrowing and lending transactions are matched. Matched-book data are
included in the financing breakdowns listed above. The reverse repurchase
and repurchase numbers are not always equal because of the matching of
securities of different values or collateralizations.
TABLE 29
1. Consists of mortgages assumed by the Defense Department between 1957 and 1963 under family housing and homeowners assistance
programs.
2. Includes participation certificates reclassified as debt beginning
October 1, 1976.
3. On-budget after September 30,1976.
4. Consists of debentures issued in payment of Federal Housing Administration insurance claims. Once issued, these securities may be sold
privately on the securities market.
5. Certificates of participation issued before fiscal 1969 by the Government National Mortgage Association acting as trustee for the Farmers
Home Administration; Department of Health, Education, and Welfare;
Department of Housing and Urban Development; Small Business Administration, and the Veterans Administration.
6. Off-budget.
7. Includes outstanding noncontingent liabilities: notes, bonds, and
debentures. Some data are estimated.
8. Excludes borrowing by the Farm Credit Financial Assistance Corporation, shown in line 17.
9. Before late 1982, the Association obtained financing through the
Federal Financing Bank (FFB). Borrowing excludes that obtained from
the FFB, which is shown on line 22.
10. The Financing Corporation, established in August 1987 to recapitalize the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, undertook its
first borrowing in October 1987.
11. The Farm Credit Financial Assistance Corporation, established in
January 1988 to provide assistance to the Farm Credit System undertook
its first borrowing in July 1988.
12. The Resolution Funding Corporation, established by the Financial
Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989, undertook
its first borrowing in October 1989.
13. The FFB, which began operations in 1974, is authorized to purchase or sell obligations issued, sold, or guaranteed by other federal
agencies. Since the FFB incurs debt solely for the purpose of lending to
other agencies, its debt is not included in the main portion of the table to
avoid double counting.
14. Includes FFB purchases of agency assets and guaranteed loans; the
latter contain loans guaranteed by numerous agencies with the guarantees
of any particular agency being generally small. The Farmers Home Administration item consists exclusively of agency assets, while the Rural
Electrification Administration entry contains bom agency assets and guaranteed loans.
TABLE 30
1. Par amounts of long-term issues based on date of sale.
2. Includes school districts.
SOURCES. Investment Dealer's Digest beginning April 1990. Securities Data/Bond Buyer Municipal Data Base beginning 1986.
TABLE 31
1. Figures which represent gross proceeds of issues maturing in more
than one year, are the principal amount or the number of units multiplied by
the offering price. Excludes secondary offerings, employee stock plans,
investment companies other than closed-end, intracorporate transactions,
equities sold abroad, and Yankee bonds. Stock data include ownership
securities issued by limited partnerships.
2. Monthly data include only public offerings.
3. Private placement data are not available on a monthly basis.
SOURCES. IDD Information Services, Inc., the Board of Governors of
the Federal Reserve System; and before 1989, the U.S. Securities and
Exchange Commission.




TABLE 32
1. Data on sales and redemptions exclude money market mutual funds
but include limited maturity municipal bond funds. Data on asset positions
exclude both money market mutual funds and limited maturity municipal
bond funds.
2. Includes reinvestment of investment income dividends. Excludes
reinvestment of capital gains distributions and share issues of conversions
from one fund to another in the same group.
3. Excludes share redemptions resulting from conversions from one
fund to another in the same group.
4. Market value at end of period, less current liabilities.
5. Also includes all U.S. Treasury securities and other short-term debt
securities.
SOURCE. Investment Company Institute. Data based on reports of members, which comprise substantially all open-end investment companies
registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Data reflect
newly formed companies after their initial offering of securities. Survey of
Current Business, Department of Commerce.

TABLE 33
1. Trade and services are no longer being reported separately. They are
included in Commercial and other, line 10.
2. "Other" consists of construction; wholesale and retail trade; finance
and insurance; personal and business services; and communication,
SOURCE. Survey of Current Business, U.S. Department of Commerce.

TABLE 34
1. Components may not sum to totals because of rounding.
2. Excludes pools of securitized assets.

TABLE 35
1. Data on pools of securitized assets are not seasonally adjusted.

TABLE 36
1. Weighted averages based on sample surveys of mortgages originated by major institutional lender groups during the first five full working
days of the month. Compiled by the Federal Housing Finance Board in
cooperation with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
2. Includes all fees, commissions, discounts, and "points" paid (by the
borrower or the seller) to obtain a loan.
3. Average effective interest rates on loans closed, assuming prepayment at the end of ten years.
4. Average contract rates on new commitments for conventional first
mortgages, from U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
5. Average gross yields on thirty-year, minimum-downpayment first
mortgages, insured by the Federal Housing Administration for immediate
delivery in the private secondary market. Based on transactions on first day
of subsequent month. Large monthly movements in average yields may
reflect market adjustments to changes in maximum permissible contract
rates.
6. Average net yields to investors on fully modified pass-through
securities backed by mortgages and guaranteed by the Government National Mortgage Association, assuming prepayment in twelve years on
pools of thirty-year mortgages insured by the Federal Housing Administration or guaranteed by the Department of Veterans Affairs carrying the
prevailing ceiling rate. Monthly figures are unweighted averages of Friday
figures from the Wall Street Journal.
7. Includes some multifamily and nonprofit hospital loan commitments in addition to one- to four-family loan commitments accepted in
FNMA's free market auction system, and through the FNMA-GNMA
tandem plans.
8. Does not include standby commitments issued, but includes
standby commitments converted.
9. Includes participations as well as whole loans.

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10. Includes conventional and government-underwritten loans.
FHLMC's mortgage commitments and mortgage transactions include activity under mortgage/securities swap programs, while the corresponding
data for FNMA exclude swap activity.

TABLE 37
1. Based on data from various institutional and governmental sources,
with some quarters estimated in part by the Federal Reserve. Multifamily
debt refers to loans on structures of five or more units.
2. Includes loans held by nondeposit trust companies but not bank trust
departments.
3. Includes savings banks and savings and loan associations. Beginning
1987:1, data reported by FSLIC-insured institutions include loans in process and other contra assets (credit balance accounts that must be subtracted from the corresponding gross asset categories to yield net asset
levels).
4. Assumed to be entirely one- to four-family loans.
5. Securities guaranteed by Farmers Home Administration sold to the
Federal Financing Bank were reallocated from FmHA mortgage pools to
FmHA mortgage holdings in 1986:4 because of accounting changes by the
Farmers Home Administration.
6. Outstanding principal balances of mortgage-backed securities insured or guaranteed by the agency indicated. Includes private pools that
are not shown as a separate line item.
7. Other holders include mortgage companies, real estate investment
trusts, state and local credit agencies, state and local government retirement funds, noninsured pension funds, credit unions, and U.S. agencies
for which amounts are small or separate data are not readily available,
SOURCES, Based on data from various institutional and government
sources, with figures for some quarters estimated in part by the Federal
Reserve in conjunction with the Federal Home Loan Bank Board and the
U.S. Department of Commerce. Separation of nonfarm mortgage debt by
type of property, if not reported directly, and interpolations and extrapolations, when required, are estimated mainly by the Federal Reserve.
TABLE 38
1. The Board's series on amounts of credit covers most short- and
intermediate-term credit extended to individuals that is scheduled to be
repaid (or has the option of repayment) in two or more installments,
excluding loans secured by real estate.
2. Outstanding balances of pools upon which securities have been
issued; these balances are no longer carried on the balance sheets of the
loan originator.
3. Totals on types-of-credit include estimates for certain holders for
which only consumer-credit totals are available.
TABLE 39
1. The Board's series on amounts of credit covers most short- and
intermediate-term credit extended to individuals that is scheduled to be
repaid (or has the option of repayment) in two or more installments,
excluding loans secured by real estate.
2. Data are available only for second month of each quarter.
3. At auto finance companies.

4. Includes savings bonds and other nonmarketable debt held by the
public. Postal savings system deposits are included in "Miscellaneous" in
part A, line 35.
5. Issues by agencies in the budget (Commodity Credit Corporation,
Government National Mortgage Association, Tennessee Valley Authority, Federal Housing Administration) and by sponsored credit agencies in
financial sectors. Includes loan participation certificates and securities
backed by mortgage pools.
6. Entry under business assets is corporate only. Noncorporate trade
credit has been deducted from the liabilities total to conform in definition to
quarterly flow tables.
7. Includes Securitized Credit Options (SCOs) trusts not shown
separately.

TABLE 41-C
1. Excludes corporate equities.
2. Corporate bonds include net issues by Netherlands Antilles subsidiaries, and reflows of capital from those subsidiaries are included in U.S.
direct foreign investment.
3. Industrial revenue bonds, issued by state and local governments to
finance private investment and secured in interest and principal by the
industrial user of the funds.
4. Loans, short-term paper (lines 57-64), profit taxes payable, and
trade debt. Includes loans due in more than one year and excludes current
maturities of securities and mortgages.

TABLE 42
1. A major revision of the Industrial Production index and the Capacity
Utilization rates was released in April 1990. See "Industrial Production:
1989 Developments and Historical Revision", in the Federal Reserve
Bulletin, vol. 76 (April 1990), pp. 187-204
2. Ratios of indexes of production to indexes of capacity. Based on data
from the Federal Reserve, DRI/McGraw-Hill, Department of Commerce,
and other sources.
3. Index of dollar value of total construction contracts, including residential, nonresidential, and heavy engineering, from McGraw-Hill Information Systems Company, F.W. Dodge Division,
4. Based on data in Employment and Earnings (U.S. Department of
Labor). Series covers employees only, excluding personnel in the Armed
Forces.
5. Based on data in Survey of Current Business U.S. Department of
Commerce).
6. Based onU.S. Bureau of Census data published in Survey of Current
Business.
7. Data are not seasonally adjusted, as published in Monthly Labor
Review. Seasonally adjusted data for changes in the price indexes may be
obtained from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor.
SOURCE. Basic data (not index numbers) for series mentioned in notes
4,5, and 6, and indexes for series mentioned in notes 3 and 7 may also be
found in Survey of Current Business. Figures for industrial production for
the latest month are preliminary and the earlier three months have been
revised. See "Recent Developments in Industrial Capacity and Utilization," Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol, 76 (June 1990), pp. 411-35.

TABLE 43
TABLE 40
1. Excess of total assets over total liabilities consists of gold, special
drawing rights (SDRs), and corporate equities not included in liabilities
minus total floats and discrepancies in the last column.
2. Total holdings of gold and SDRs for the foreign sector appear as
assets and are included in totals because in flow tables transactions in these
categories are treated as purchases and sales of existing assets without
associated liabilities.
3. Assets are shown at market value; nonbank finance liability is redemption value of shares of open-end investment companies. No specific
liability is attributed to issuers of stocks other than open-end investment
companies for amounts outstanding.

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1. Primary processing includes textiles; lumber; paper; industrial
chemicals; petroleum refining; rubber and plastics; stone, clay, and glass;
and primary and fabricated metals.
2. Advanced processing includes food, tobacco, apparel, furniture,
printing, chemical products such as drugs and toiletries, leather and products, machinery, transportation equipment, instruments, miscellaneous
manufacturing, and ordnance.
3. Capacity utilization is calculated as the ratio of the Federal Reserve's
seasonally adjusted index of industrial production to the corresponding
index of capacity.
For a detailed description of these series, see "Recent Developments in
Industrial Capacity and Utilization," Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 76

(June 1990), pages 411-35; and Federal Reserve monthly statistical release, G.I7 and historical supplements.

TABLE 44
1. Persons sixteen years of age and over. Monthly figures, which are
based on sample data, relate to the calendar week that contains the twelfth
day; annual data are averages of monthly figures. By definition, seasonality does not exist in population figures.
2. Includes self-employed, unpaid family, and domestic service
workers.
3. Data include all full- and part-time employees who worked during,
or received pay for, the pay period that includes the twelfth day of the
month, and exclude proprietors, self-employed persons, household and
unpaid family workers, and members of the Armed Forces.
SOURCE. Employment and Earnings (U.S. Department of Labor).

TABLE 45
1. Not at annual rates.

TABLE 46
1. Not at annual rates. Published groups include some series and subtotals not shown separately.
2. Not seasonally adjusted.
3. Value of new construction data in recent periods may not be strictly
comparable with data in previous periods because of changes by the
Bureau of the Census in its estimating techniques. For a description of
these changes, see Construction Reports (C-30-76-5), issued by the
Bureau in July 1976.
SOURCE, Census Bureau estimates for all series except (1) mobile
homes, which are private, domestic shipments as reported by the Manufactured Housing Institute and seasonally adjusted by the Census Bureau,
and (2) sales and prices of existing units, which are published by the
National Association of Realtors. All back and current figures are available from the originating agency. Permit authorizations are those reported
to the Census Bureau from 16,000 jurisdictions from 1978 to 1983, and
17,000 jurisdictions beginning in 1984.

TABLE 47
1. Index levels are not seasonally adjusted.
2. Figures for consumer prices are those for all urban consumers and
reflect a rental-equivalence measure of homeownership after 1982.
3. Excludes intermediate materials for food manufacturing and manufactured animal feeds.
SOURCE. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

TABLE 49
1. The Census basis data differ from merchandise trade data shown in
table 48, "Summary of U.S. International Transactions", because of coverage and timing. On the export side, the largest adjustment is the exclusion of military sales (which are combined with other military transactions
and reported separately in the "service account" in table 48, line 6); on the
import side, additions are made for gold, ship purchases, imports of
electricity from Canada, and other transactions; military transfers are also
excluded from imports. Data for the previous month are revised to reflect
late documents.
SOURCE. FT 900, Summary of U.S. Export and Import Merchandise
Trade (Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census),

TABLE 50
1. Includes gold in Exchange Stabilization Fund, Gold held under earmark at Federal Reserve Banks for foreign and international accounts is
not included in the gold stock of the United States; see table 57. Gold stock
and earmarked gold are valued at $42.22 per fine troy ounce.
2. Beginning July 1974, the International Monetary Fund (IMF)
adopted a technique for valuing the special drawing right based on a
weighted average of exchange rates for the currencies of member countries. From July 1974 through December 1980, 16 currencies were used;
from January 1981,5 currencies have been used. The U.S. SDR holdings,
and reserve positions in the IMF are valued on this basis beginning July
1974. At valuation used before July 1974 (SDR 1 = $1.20635) total U.S.
reserve assets, SDR holdings, and reserve position in IMF were as follows
(in millions of dollars, end of period).
Month

Total

SDRs

Reserve position
in IMF

72,036
71 082
73,443
73 398
73 992
74090
74, 1 14
74 836
75 883
78,157
78 398
78,739

9 138
9 359
9359
9 358
9 559
9 559
9 451
9 383
9240
9,170
9 351
9 318

6,876
6 751
6,600
6 547
6 565
6 172
6,142
6 214
6,166
6,107
5 936
6,170

1990
January , .
February
March ...
April

May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

3. Includes allocations by the IMF of special drawing rights as follows:
$867 million on January 1, 1970; $717 million on January 1, 1971; $710
million on January 1, 1972; $1,139 million on January 1, 1979; $1,152
million on January 1, 1980; and $1,093 million on January 1, 1981; plus
net transactions in SDRs.
4. Represents the U.S. reserve tranche position in the IMF (the U.S.
quota, plus net U.S. loans to the IMF, minus IMF holdings of dollars),
which is the amount that the United States could automatically purchase in
foreign currencies if needed. Under appropriate conditions, the United
States could purchase additional amounts related to the U.S. quota.
5. Valued at current market exchange rates.
SOURCES. U.S. Treasury Department data and on data reported to the
Treasury Department by the International Monetary Fund.

TABLE 48
TABLE 51
1. Seasonal factors are not calculated for lines 6, 10, 12-16, 18-20,
22-34, and 38-40.
2. Data are on an international accounts (IA) basis. The data differ from
the Census basis data for reasons of coverage and timing. Military exports
are excluded from merchandise data and are included in line 6.
3. Reporting banks include all kinds of depository institutions besides
commercial banks, as well as some brokers and dealers.
4. Associated primarily with military sales contracts and other transactions arranged with or through foreign official agencies.
5. Consists of investments in U.S. corporate stocks and in debt securities of private corporations and state and local governments.
SOURCE. Survey of Current Business (U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis).




1. Includes the Bank for International Settlements.
2. Principally demand deposits, time deposits, bankers acceptances,
commercial paper, negotiable time certificates of deposit, and borrowings
under repurchase agreements.
3. Includes nonmarketable certificates of indebtedness (including those
payable in foreign currencies through 1974) and Treasury bills issued to
foreign institutions of foreign countries,
4. Excludes notes issued to foreign official nonreserve agencies. Includes bonds and notes payable in foreign currencies; zero coupon bonds
are included at current value.
5. Debt securities of U. S. government corporations and federally sponsored agencies, and U.S. corporate stocks and bonds.

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6. Includes countries in Oceania and Eastern Europe.
SOURCES. Tables 51 through 59 are based on Treasury Department data
and on data reported to the Treasury Department by banks (including
Federal Reserve Banks) and brokers in the United States. The data exclude
the holdings of dollars by the International Monetary Fund derived from
payments of the U.S. subscription and from the exchange transactions and
other operations of the IMF. ThedataalsoexcludeU.S, Treasury letters of
credit and U.S. nonnegotiable, noninterest-bearing notes held by nonmonetary international and regional organizations.
The term "foreigners" covers all institutions and individuals domiciled
outside the United States (including U.S. citizens domiciled abroad) and
the foreign branches, subsidiaries, and offices of U.S. banks and business
concerns; the central governments, central banks, and other official institutions of foreign countries, wherever located; and international and regional organizations, wherever located. The term "foreigners" also includes persons in the United States when it is known by reporting
institutions that they are acting on behalf of foreigners.

TABLE 52
1. Reporting banks include all kinds of depository institutions besides
commercial banks as well as some brokers and dealers.
2. Excludes negotiable time certificates of deposit, which are included
in "Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments."
3. Includes borrowing under repurchase agreements.
4. U.S. banks: includes amounts due to own foreign branches and
foreign subsidiaries consolidated in "Consolidated Report of Condition"
filed with bank regulatory agencies. Agencies, branches, and majorityowned subsidiaries of foreign banks: principally amounts due to head
office or parent foreign bank, and to foreign branches, agencies, or wholly
owned subsidiaries of head office or parent foreign bank.
5. Financial claims on residents of the United States, other than longterm securities, held by or through reporting banks.
6. Includes nonmarketable certificates of indebtedness and Treasury
bills issued to official institutions of foreign countries.
7. Principally bankers acceptances, commercial paper, and negotiable-time certificates of deposit.
8. Principally the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and the Inter-American and Asian Development Banks. Data
exclude "holdings of dollars" of the International Monetary Fund,
9. Foreign central banks, foreign central governments, and the Bank
for International Settlements.
10. Excludes central banks, which are included in "Official
institutions."
11. Includes the Bank for International Settlements and other European
countries not included elsewhere.
12. Comprises Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, the Germany Democratic
Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Romania.
13. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
14. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.
15. Excludes "holding of dollars" of the International Monetary Fund.
16. Asian, African, Middle Eastern, and European regional organizations, except the Bank for International Settlements, which is included in
"Other Western Europe."
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 51.

7. Excludes the Bank for International Settlements, which is included in
"Other Western Europe."
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 51.

TABLE 54
1. Data for banks' own claims are given on a monthly basis, but the data
for claims of banks' own domestic customers are available on a quarterly
basis only.
Reporting banks include all kinds of depository institutions besides
commercial banks, as well as some brokers and dealers.
2. U.S. banks: includes amounts due from own foreign branches and
foreign subsidiaries consolidated in "Consolidated Report of Condition"
filed with bank regulatory agencies. Agencies, branches, and majorityowned subsidiaries of foreign banks: includes principally amounts due
from head office or parent foreign bank, and foreign branches, agencies, or
wholly owned subsidiaries of head office or parent foreign bank.
3. Assets owned by customers of the reporting bank located in the
United States that represent claims on foreigners held by reporting banks
for the account of their domestic customers.
4. Principally negotiable time certificates of deposit and bankers
acceptances.
5. Includes demand and time deposits and negotiable and nonnegotiable
certificates of deposit denominated in U. S. dollars issued by banks abroad.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 51.

TABLE 55
1. Reporting banks include all kinds of depository institutions besides
commercial banks, as well as some brokers and dealers.
2. Remaining time to maturity.
3. Includes nonmonetary international and regional organizations.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 51.

TABLE 56
1, Data on claims exclude foreign currencies held by U.S. monetary
authorities.
2. Assets owned by customers of the reporting bank located in the
United States that represent claims on foreigners held by reporting banks
for the accounts of their domestic customers.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 51.

TABLE 57
1. Excludes deposits and U.S. Treasury securities held for international
and regional organizations.
2. Marketable U.S. Treasury bills, notes, and bonds; and nonmarketable U.S. Treasury securities payable in dollars and in foreign currencies,
3. Earmarked gold is gold held for foreign and international accounts; it
is not included in the gold stock of the United States. Earmarked gold and
the gold stock are valued at $42.22 per fine troy ounce.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 51.

TABLE 53
TABLE 58
1. Reporting banks include aU kinds of depository institutions besides
commercial banks, as well as some brokers and dealers.
2. Includes the Bank for International Settlements and Eastern European countries that are not included in line 23.
3. Comprises Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, and
Romania,
4. Included in "Other Latin American and Caribbean" through March
1978.
5. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia,
and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
6. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.

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1. Estimated official and private transactions of marketable U.S. Treasury securities with an original maturity of more than one year. Data are
based on monthly transaction reports. Excludes nonmarketable U. S. Treasury bonds and notes held by official institutions of foreign countries.
2. Includes U.S. Treasury notes, denominated in foreign currencies,
publicly issued to private foreign residents.
3. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia,
and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
4. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 51.

TABLE 59
1. Comprises oil-exporting countries as follows: Bahrain, Iran, Iraq,
Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates (Trucial
States).
2. Includes state and local government securities, and securities of U. S.
government agencies and corporations. Also includes issues of new debt
securities sold abroad by U.S. corporations organized to finance direct
investments abroad.
3. As a result of the merger of a U.S. and U.K. company in July 1989,
the former stockholders of the U.S. company received $5,453 million in
shares of the new combined U.K. company. This transaction is not reflected in the data above.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 51.
TABLE 60
1. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia,
and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
2. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria,
3. Includes nonmonetary international and regional organizations.
4. Revisions include a reclassification of transactions, which also
affects the totals for Asia and for the grand totals.
SOURCE. Based on data reported to the Treasury Department by nonbanking business enterprises.
The term foreigners covers all institutions and individuals domiciled
outside the United States (including U.S. citizens domiciled abroad) and
the foreign branches, subsidiaries, and offices of U.S. banks and business
concerns; the central governments, central banks, and other official institutions of foreign countries, wherever located; and international and
regional organizations, where located. The term foreigners also includes
persons in the United States when it is known by reporting institutions that
they are acting on behalf of foreigners.
TABLE 61
1. Table 54, "Banks' own and domestic customers' claims on
foreigners," includes monthly figures for U.S. dollar deposits in banks
abroad, reported by nonbanking business enterprises in the United States.
2. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia,
and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
3. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.
4. Includes nonmonetary international and regional organizations.
Source appears at the end of notes for table 60.
TABLE 62
1. For a given month, total assets may not equal total liabilities because
some branches did not adjust the net position of the bank in the branch to
reflect unrealized paper profits and paper losses caused by changes in
exchange rates, which are used to convert foreign currency values into
equivalent dollar values.
Beginning in June 1984 reported claims held by foreign branches
have been reduced by an increase in the reporting threshold for "shell"
branches from $50 million to $150 million equivalent in total assets, the
threshold now applicable to all reporting branches.

3. Effective December 1981, the Federal Reserve Board amended Regulations D and Q to permit banking offices located in the United States to
operate International Banking Facilities (IBFs). As of December 31,1985
data for IBFs are reported in a separate column. These data are either
included in or excluded from the total columns as indicated in the headings,
The notation "n.a." indicates that no IBF data are reported for that item,
either because the item is not an eligible IBF asset or liability or because
that level of detail is not reported for IBFs. From December 1981 through
September 1985, IBF data were included in all applicable items reported.
4. Total assets and total liabilities include net balances, if any, due from
or due to related banking institutions in the United States and in foreign
countries (see footnote 5). On the former monthly branch and agency
report, available through the G. 11 statistical release, gross balances were
included in total assets and total liabilities. Therefore, total asset and total
liability figures in this table are not comparable to those in the G. 11 tables.
5. "Related banking institutions" includes the foreign head office and
other U.S. and foreign branches and agencies of the bank, the bank's parent
holding company, and majority-owned banking subsidiaries of the bank
and of its parent holding company (including subsidiaries owned both
directly and indirectly).
6. In some cases two or more offices of a foreign bank within the same
metropolitan area file a consolidated report.

TABLE 64
1. The banking offices covered by these data are the U.S. offices and
foreign branches of U.S.-owned banks and of U.S. subsidiaries of foreignowned banks. Offices not covered include (1) U.S. agencies and branches
of foreign banks, and (2) foreign subsidiaries of U.S. banks. To minimize
duplication, the data are adjusted to exclude the claims on foreign branches
held by a U.S. office or another foreign branch of the same banking
institution. The data in this table combine foreign branch claims in table 62
(the sum of line 7 through 10) with the claims of U.S. offices in table 54
(excluding those held by agencies and branches of foreign banks and those
constituting claims on own foreign branches).
2. This group comprises the Organization of Petroleum Exporting
Countries shown individually, other members of OPEC (Algeria, Gabon,
Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab
Emirates) and Bahrain and Oman (not formally members of OPEC).
3. Excludes Liberia.
4. Includes Canal Zone beginning December 1979.
5. Foreign branch claims only.
6. Includes New Zealand, Liberia, and international and regional
organizations.

TABLE 65
1. Rates are mainly those at which the central bank either discounts or
makes advances against eligible commercial paper or government securities for commercial banks or brokers. For countries with more than one
rate applicable to such discounts or advances, the rate shown is the one at
which it is understood the central bank transacts the largest proportion of
its credit operations.

TABLE 66
TABLE 63
1. Details may not sum to totals because of rounding. Data are aggregates of categories reported on the quarterly form FFIEC 002, "Report of
Assets and Liabilities of U. S. Branches and Agencies of Foreign Banks."
This form was first used for reporting data as of June 30, 1980, and was
revised as of December 31, 1985. From November 1972 through May
1980, U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks had filed a monthly FR
886a report. Aggregate data from that report were available through the
Federal Reserve statistical release G. 11, last issued on July 10,1980. Data
in this table and in the G. 11 tables are not strictly comparable because of
differences in reporting panels and in definitions of balance sheet items.
2. Includes the District of Columbia.




1. Rates are for three-month interbank loans except for Canada, finance
company paper; Belgium, three-month Treasury bills; and Japan, Gensaki
rate.

TABLE 67
1. Based on the dollar's value against the currencies of ten industrial
countries. The weight for each of the ten countries is the 1972-76 average
world trade of that country divided by the average world trade of all ten
countries combined. Series revised as of August 1978 (see Federal
Reserve Bulletin, vol. 64, August 1978, p. 700).

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TABLE 68
1. Averages of certified noon buying rates in New York for cable
transfers.
2. U.S. cents per unit of foreign currency.
3. Index of weighted-average exchange value of U. S. dollar against the
currencies of ten industrial countries. The weight for each of the ten
countries is the 1972-76 average world trade of that country divided by the
average world trade of all ten countries combined.

2. State member figures include one bank in Puerto Rico.
3. Figures exclude federal savings banks.
4. Figures exclude new banks organized to succeed operating banks.
5. Individual breakdowns by type of bank are not available. Therefore,
the "Other" category of changes are the residual changes from the differences between figures for the current and previous year, minus the actual
changes from the first three (3) categories.

TABLE 73

Part2 -Special Tables
TABLE 69
1. See Board of Governors, Annual Report for data covering earlier
years.
2. Includes securities loaned—fully guaranteed by U. S. Treasury securities pledged with Federal Reserve Banks—and excludes securities
sold and scheduled to be bought back under matched sale-purchase
transactions.
3. Valued monthly at market exchange rates.
4. Includes exchange-translation account reflecting the monthly valuation at market exchange rates of foreign-exchange commitments.
5. Includes special investment account at the Federal Reserve Bank of
Chicago in Treasury bills maturing in ninety days.

TABLE 70
1. Details may not sum to totals because of rounding.
2. Theeffectofthe 1987 implementation of Financial Accounting Standards Board Statement No. 87—Employers* Accounting for Pensions—is
recorded in the Total column only and has not been distributed to each
District. Accordingly, the sum of the Districts will not equal the Total
column for this category or for Total net expenses, and New York will not
add to Current net income. The effect of FASB 87 on the Reserve Banks
was a reduction in expenses.
3. Includes distribution of costs for projects performed by one Bank for
the benefit of one or more other Banks.
4. Includes expenses for labor and materials temporarily capitalized
and charged to activities when the products are consumed.
5. For additional details, see Board of Governors of the Federal
Reserve System, Annual Report.

TABLE 71
1. Except for the following, branches and additional offices are located
in the same state as the parent bank. (In this table these branches are shown
according to their own location rather than that of the parent bank.)
Type and location of bank
ofbank
1 national in New Jersey
1 national in California
1 noninsured unincorporated in
New York
3 insured nonmember in Puerto Rico

Number and location
of branches
1 in Pennsylvania
3 in Washington and 1 in Oregon
1 in Massachusetts and 1 in
Pennsylvania
17 in New York and 1 in California

2. Institutions located in a split state, a state that is split between the
boundaries of two Federal Reserve Districts, are included in this column.

1. The report of condition has been substantially revised for commercial banks. Some of the changes are as follows: (1) Previously, banks with
international banking facilities (IBFs) that had no other foreign offices
were considered domestic reporters. Beginning with the March 31, 1984
call report these banks are considered foreign and domestic reporters and
must file the foreign and domestic report of condition; (2) banks with assets
greater than $1 billion have additional items reported; (3) the domestic
office detail for banks with foreign offices has been reduced considerably;
and (4) banks with assets under $25 million have been excused from
reporting certain detail items.
The "n.a" for some of the items is used to indicate the lesser detail
available from banks without foreign offices, the inapplicability of certain
items to banks that have only domestic offices and/or the absence of detail
on a fully consolidated basis for banks with foreign offices.
All transactions between domestic and foreign offices of a bank are
reported in "net due from" and "net due to " All other lines represent
transactions with parties other than the domestic and foreign offices of each
bank. Since these intraoffice transactions are nullified by consolidation,
total assets and total liabilities for the entire bank may not equal the sum of
assets and liabilities respectively, of domestic and foreign offices.
2. The domestic portion of allowances for loan and lease losses and
allocated transfer risk reserve are not reported for banks with foreign
offices, therefore the components of total assets (domestic) will not sum to
the actual total (domestic).
3. Equity capital is not allocated between the domestic and foreign
offices of banks with foreign offices.
4. Components of assets held in trading accounts are only reported for
banks with total assets of $ 1 billion or more, therefore the components will
not sum to the totals for this item.
5. Foreign offices include branches in foreign countries, Puerto Rico,
and U.S. territories and possessions; subsidiaries in foreign countries; all
offices of Edge Act and Agreement corporations wherever located and
IBFs.
6. The 'over 100' column refers to those respondents whose assets, as
of June 30 of the previous calendar year, were equal to or exceeded $100
million. (These respondents file the FFIEC 032 or FFIEC 033 call report.)
The "under 100" column refers to those respondents whose assets, as of
June 30 of the previous calendar year, were less than $100 million. These
respondents filed the FFIEC 034 call report.)
7. The foreign portion of demand notes issued to the U. S. Treasury is
not reported for banks with foreign offices, therefore the components of
total liabilities (foreign) will not sum to the actual total (foreign).
8. The definition of "All other" varies by report form and therefore by
column in this table.
9. Only the domestic portion of federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell are reported here, therefore the components will not sum to the total for this item.
10. "Acceptances of other banks" is not reported by domestic respondents less than $300 million in total assets, therefore the components will
not sum to totals for this item.
11. Only the domestic portion of federal funds purchased and securities
sold under agreements to repurchase are reported here, therefore the
components will not sum to the total for this item.

TABLE 72

TABLE 74

1, Figures include nonmember banks in Puerto Rico and the Virgin
Islands.

1. Numbers in parentheses are totals of banking organizations in state.
Data are for all domestic commercial banks.

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1. Minority-owned banks are defined as those in which more than fifty
percent of the stock is owned by minority groups, as well as those independently controlled by minority group members.
2. Does not include six minority-owned banks that are located in U.S.
territories or possessions.
The following tabulation shows numbers of minority-owned banks (including banks located in U .S. territories and possessions) for 1990 classified in two ways:
By type of bank charter

By type of minority
Black
Hispanic
Women
Asian
American Indian
Multiracial

34
31
5
29
2
2

Federal Reserve member
National
State

47
8

Nonmember state

48

2. Includes deferred profit-sharing funds and pension funds of corporations, unions, multi-employer groups, nonprofit organizations, and the
Federal Employees' Retirement Thrift Savings Fund.
3. Includes Federal Employees* Retirement Fund, Foreign Service
Retirement, and Disability Trust Fund.

TABLE 77
1. Includes data from firms that are members of the American Stock
Exchange but not the New York Stock Exchange.
2. Includes credit extended on stock, nonconvertible and convertible
bonds under the new consolidated method of reporting under Regulation T.
3. Includes credit extended to finance purchases through qualified stock
option and employee stock purchase and ownership plans.

TABLE 76

TABLE 78

1. End of year. Equities valued at market, other assets at acquisition
value.

1, For brokers that are members of either the American Stock Exchange or the New York Stock Exchange.




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Index to Tables
References are to table numbers, not page numbers

Acceptances, bankers (See Bankers acceptances)
Agricultural loans, commercial banks, 12(A, B), 15, 20
Assets and deposits
Banking organizations, percentage of total held by ten
largest, 74
Assets and liabilities (See also Foreigners)
Banks, 14(A, B), 15, 16, 22(B), 73(A, B, C)
Credit unions, 23(C)
Domestic finance companies, 34
Federal Reserve Banks, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A), 69
Flow of funds accounts, 40(A, B)
Foreign banks, U.S. branches and agencies, 62,
63,73(B,C)
Life insurance companies, 23(D)
Minority-owned banks, 75
SAIF-insured federal savings banks, 23(B)
SAIF-insured institutions, 23(A)
Assets of pension funds, 76(A, B, C)
Automobiles
Consumer installment credit, 38, 39
Production, 45
Bankers acceptances, 7, 18(B), 21(A, B), 28(A, B), 70,73(A, B, C)
Banking offices in operation, number and changes, 71, 72(A, B)
Bonds (See also U.S. government securities)
Interest rates, 21(A, B)
New issues, 31
Branch banks, 62, 71, 72(B)
Budget, U.S. (See Federal finance)
Business activity, selected measures, 42
Business expenditures on new plant and equipment, 33
Business loans (See Commercial and industrial loans)
Capacity, 43(B)
Capacity utilization, 42, 43(C)
Capital accounts
Banks, 14(A, B)
Federal Reserve Banks, 8(A), 69
Central banks, foreign, discount rates, 65
Certificates of deposit, 21(A, B), 28(A, B), 73(A, B, C),
Commercial and industrial loans
Commercial banks, 12(A, B), 14(A, B), 15, 20, 63
Weekly reporting banks, 15
Commercial banks
Agricultural loans, 15, 20
Assets and liabilities, 14(A, B), 15, 73(A, B, C)
Banking offices, number and changes, 71, 72(A, B)
Banking organizations, percentage of total assets and deposits held by
ten largest, 74
Commercial and industrial loans, 12(A, B), 14(A, B), 15, 20, 63
Consumer loans held, by type and terms, 38, 39
Debits and deposit turnover, 9(A, B)
Loans and securities, 12(A, B)
Loans sold outright, 15
Mortgages held, by type of holder and property, 37
Nondeposit funds, 13
Time and savings deposits 1(A, B)




Commercial paper, 18(A), 21(A, B), 28(A, B), 73(A, B, C)
Condition statements (See Assets and liabilities)
Construction
Contracts, 42
Housing, 46
Loans, 20
Consumer installment credit, 35, 38, 39
Consumer prices, 42, 47
Corporations
Security issues, 31,59
Cost of living (See Consumer prices)
Credit (See Loans)
Credit unions, 23(C), 38
Currency and coin, 14(A, B), 73(A, B, C)
Currency in circulation, 2, 10(A, B)
Customer financing, stock market, 22(B), 77, 78
Debits to deposit accounts, 9(A, B)
Debt (See specific types of debt or securities)
Demand deposits
Banks, 9(A, B), 14(A,B), 15
Ownership by individuals, partnerships, and corporations, 17
Turnover, 9(A, B)
Depository institutions
Reserve requirements, 6
Reserves and related items, 1(A, B), 2(A, B, C, D), 3, 11(A,B),69
Deposits (See also specific types)
Banking organizations, percentage of total deposits held by ten
largest, 74
Banks, 1(A, B), 14(A, B), 15,16,
Federal Reserve Banks, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A), 24, 69
Turnover, 9(A, B)
Discounts rates at Federal Reserve Banks and at foreign central banks
(See Interest rates)
Discounts and advances by Federal Reserve Banks (See Loans)
Dividends, Federal Reserve Banks, 70
Dollar, U.S., index of weighted-average value, 67
Earnings (See Income and expenses)
Employment, 42, 43
Eurodollars, 21(A,B)
Expenditures on new plant and equipment, 33
Farm Credit Banks, 29
Farm mortgage loans, 37
Federal agency obligations, 2(A, B, C, D), 7, 8(A, C), 28(A, B), 29, 69
Federal credit agencies, 29
Federal finance
Debt subject to statutory limit, and types and ownership of gross debt
of U.S. Treasury, 26, 27
Receipts and outlays, 24, 25(A, B)
Treasury financing of surplus or deficit, 24
Treasury operating balance, 24
Federal Financing Bank, 24,29
Federal funds, 4, 13, 15,16, 21(A, B), 24
Federal Home Loan Banks, 29
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, 29, 36, 37

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Debt of, 29
Mortgage interest rate, 36
Mortgage debt outstanding, 37
Federal Land Banks, 37
Federal National Mortgage Association, 29, 36, 37
Federal Reserve Banks
Condition statement, 8(A), 69,
Discount rates (See Interest rates)
Income, expenses, and dividends, 70
Payments to U.S. Treasury, 70
Surplus, 70
U.S. Treasury securities held, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A, C), 27, 69
Federal Reserve credit, 2(A, B, C, D), 3, 8(A, C), 69
Federal Reserve notes, 8(A, B), 69, 70
Federally sponsored credit agencies, 29
Finance companies
Business credit, 35
Loans, 12(A, B), 15, 38, 76(A, B, C)
Mortgage debt, 38
Paper, 18(A),21(A,B)
Finance rates (See Interest rates)
Financial institutions
Commercial banks, 37
Credit unions, 23(C)
Life insurance companies, 23(D), 37
Loans to, 15
Mutual savings banks, 71, 72(A, B)
SAIF-insured federal savings banks, 23(B)
SAIF-insured institutions, 23(A)
Savings and loan associations, 37, 41 (A)
Savings banks, 37
Savings institutions, 38
Selected assets and liabilities, 23(A, B, C, D)
Thrift institutions, 1(A, B)
Float, 2(A, B, C, D)
Flow of funds, 40(A, B), 41(A, B, C)
Foreign banks, assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies,
12(A,B),63,73(B,C)
Foreign central banks (See Central banks)
Foreign currency operations, 8(A), 69, 70
Foreign deposits in U.S. banks, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A), 15, 69
Foreign exchange rates, 68
Foreign official institutions, liabilities to, 51(A, B)
Foreign trade, 49
Foreigners
Claims on, 53, 54, 55, 56, 61, 62, 63, 64
Liabilities to, 15, 49, 51(A, B), 52(A, B), 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63
Futures contracts, 28(A, B, C)
Gold
Certificate account, 8(A, B), 69
Holdings, 40(A)
Stock, 2(A,B,C,D), 50
Government National Mortgage Association, 29, 36, 37
Housing, new and existing units, 46
Income, personal and national, 42
Income and expenses
Federal Reserve Banks, 70
Member banks, 73(A, B, C)
Industrial production, 42, 43(A, B, C), 45
Installment loans, (See Consumer installment credit)
Insurance companies, 27, 37, 81
Insured commercial banks, 71, 73(A, B, C)
Interest rates
Bonds, 21(A,B)
Commercial and industrial loans, 20
Federal Reserve Banks, 5(A, B)
Foreign central banks, 65
Foreign short-term, 66
Installment credit, selected types, 39
Money and capital markets, 21(A, B)

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Interest rates - Continued
Mortgages, 36
Prime rate, 19
Treasury bills, 21 (A, B)
International capital transactions of United States, 48-66
International organizations, 51(A, B), 52(A, B), 53, 57, 58, 59,60, 61
Investment companies, issues and assets, 32
Investments (See also specific types)
Banks, 14(A,B), 15,
Commercial banks, 1(A, B), 12(A, B), 14(A, B), 15, 37
Federal Reserve Banks, 8(A, C), 69
Savings institutions, 23(A, B, C, D), 37, 81
Labor force, 44
Liabilities (See Assets and liabilities)
Life insurance companies (See Insurance companies)
Loans (See also specific types)
Banks, 14(A, B), 15, 16, 23(A, B, C, D)
Commercial banks, 1(A, B), 12(A, B), 14(A, B), 15, 16, 20, 63,
73(A, B, C)
Federal Reserve Banks, 2(A, B, C, D), 3, 5(A, B),
8(A,C),69,70
Insured or guaranteed by United States, 36, 37
Savings institutions, 23(A, B, C, D), 37, 81
Manufacturing
Capacity utilization, 42, 43(A, B, C)
Production, 42, 43(A), 45
Margin accounts
Brokers' detailed debit and credit balances, 78
Selected statistics, 22(B)
Margin regulations, credit subject to, by type, 77
Member banks (See also Depository institutions)
Banking offices, number and changes, 71, 72(A, B)
Federal funds and repurchase agreements, 4
Reserve requirements, 6
Minority-owned banks, assets and liabilities, 75
Mobile homes
Loans for, 38
Shipped, 46
Monetary and credit aggregates, 1(A, B), 11(A, B)
Money and capital market rates, 21 (A, B)
Money stock measures and components, 1(A, B), 10(A, B)
Mortgages (See Real estate loans)
Mortgage-backed securities, 23(A, B,)
Mutual funds (See Investment companies)
Mutual savings banks (See Financial institutions)
National banks, number, and changes in number of banking offices,
71,72(A,B)
Nondeposit funds of commercial banks, 13
Nonmember banks, number, and changes in number of banking offices,
71,72(A,B)
Open market transactions, 7
Output, 43(A)
Pension funds, assets, 76(A, B, C)
Personal income, 42
Prices
Consumer and producer, 42, 47
Stock market, 22(A)
Prime rate, 19
Producer prices, 42, 47
Production, 42, 45
Profit and loss, Federal Reserve Banks, 70
Real estate loans
Banks, 12(A, B), 15, 37
Life insurance companies, 23(D)
Savings institutions, 23(A, B, C, D)
Terms, yields, and activity, 37
Type of holder and property mortgaged, 37

Repurchase agreements
631*5,4,13,15
Government sector, 7, 28(C), 69
Reserve requirements, 6
Reserves
Commercial banks, 14(A, B)
Depository institutions, 1(A, B), 2(A, B, C, D), 3, 11(A, B), 69
Federal Reserve Banks, 3, 69
U.S. reserve assets, 50
Residential mortgage loans, 36
Retail credit and retail sales, 38, 39, 42
Saving, Flow of funds, 40(A, B), 41(A, B, C)
Savings and loan associations (See Financial institutions)
Savings deposits (See Time and savings deposits)
Savings institutions (See Financial institutions)
Securities (See specific types)
Commercial banks, 12(A, B), 15
Credit reported by lenders, 23(A, B, C, D), 77, 78
Federal and federally sponsored credit agencies, 29
Foreign transactions, 59
New issues, 30, 31
Prices, 22(A)
Special drawing rights
Allocations, 48
Certificate account, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A, B), 69
Holdings, 40(A, B), 48, 50
State and local governments
Deposits, 15
Holdings of U.S. Treasury and other agency securities, 27
New security issues, 30
Ownership of securities issued by, 15
State member banks, number, and changes in number of banking offices,
71,72(A,B)
Stock market
Customer financing, 22(B), 77, 78
Prices and trading, 22(A, B)

Stocks (See also Securities)
New issues, 31
Prices, 22(A)
Student loan marketing association, 29
Tax receipts, federal, 25(A)
Tennessee Valley Authority, 29
Thrift institutions, (See Financial institutions)
Time and savings deposits, 1(A,B), 9(A,B), 10(A, B), 13, 14(A, B),
15,16
Trade, foreign, 49
Treasury bills (See U.S. government and Treasury securities)
Treasury currency and Treasury cash, 2(A, B, C, D)
Treasury deposits, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A), 24, 69
Treasury operating balance, 24
Unemployment, 44
U.S. government balances
Commercial bank holdings, 16
Treasury deposits at Reserve Banks, 8(A), 24
U.S. government and Treasury securities
Bank holdings, 12(A, B), 14(A, B), 15, 16, 27, 73(A, B, C)
Dealers' transactions, positions, and financing, 28(A, B, C)
Federal Reserve Bank holdings and earnings, 2(A, B, C, D), 8(A, C),
27, 69, 70
Foreign and international holdings and transactions, 8(A), 27, 57, 58,
73(B, C)
Open market transactions, 7
Outstanding, by type or holder, 23(D), 27
Rates, 21(A,B)
Treasury bills, 7, 21(A, B), 28(A, B, C), 51(A, B)
U.S. international transactions, 44-66
Veterans Administration, 36, 37
Weekly reporting banks, 15, 16
Yields (See Interest rates)

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