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ANNUAL STATISTICAL DIGEST
1974-1978

January 1980

Copies of this publication may be obtained from Publications Services,
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, D.C.
20551. The price is $10.00 per copy. Remittances should be made payable
to the order of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System in
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accepted.)







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, at least once a year, 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.
This issue of the DIGEST covers in general the years
1974 through 1978. It serves to maintain the historical
series first published in Banking and Monetary Statistics,
1941-1970, and continued with the first three issues of
the DiGEST^for 1971-1975,1972-1976, and 1973-1977.
Series originating at the Board or in U.S. government

agencies include revisions to all the data available
through September 1979; for others, revisions are complete through mid-July. 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 three publications, the Board's staff has prepared a concordance,
which is available on request from Publications Services, Division of Support Services, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington,
D.C. 20551.
Call report data for year-end 1978 were incomplete
at the time of publication. When they are available,
these will be supplied upon request; they will be included in the next DIGEST.

Symbols and Abbreviations

CDs
IPCs
n.e.c.
RPs
SMSAs

Certificates of deposit
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Not elsewhere classified
Repurchase agreements
Standard metropolitan statistical areas

*

Amount is less than one-half the smallest
unit in the table (for example, less than
50,000 when the unit is millions and data
are shown to one decimal place—17.2).
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 do not add to totals because of rounding.




Contents

Unless specifically noted in the "Contents" the data
shown in this issue of the Digest are annual and quarterly
or monthly for the period 1974-78; the only weekly data

shown are those for 1978. Any exceptions are indicated in
parentheses after the table titles,

Part 1—Regular Tables
1.

Monetary and credit aggregates and interest rates
A. Quarterly
B. Monthly changes (monetary aggregates only)
2. Factors affecting member bank reserves
A. Annual and monthly averages
B. Weekly averages of daily figures
C. Wednesday
figures
D. End-of-year and end-of-month figures
3* Reserves and borrowings of member banks
A. Annual and monthly averages
B. Weekly averages of daily
figures
4. Federal funds transactions of 46 money market banks
5. Federal Reserve Bank interest rates
A. Loans to member banks under sections 13 and 13a
B. Loans to member banks under section 10(b)
C. Loans to all others under last paragraph of section 13
6. Reserve requirements on deposits of member banks
7. Margin requirements (1968-78)
8.1 Maximum interest rates payable on time and savings deposits at federally insured institutions
8.2 Maximum interest rates payable on money market time deposits
9. Federal Reserve open market transactions
10. Federal Reserve Banks
A. Condition and Federal Reserve note statements
B. Maturity distribution of loans and securities held
11. Demand deposits, debits, and deposit turnover, by major banking group
A. Seasonally adjusted
B. Not seasonally adjusted
12. Savings deposits, debits, and deposit turnover, by type of depositor, not seasonally adjusted (July 1977December 1978)
13. Measures of the money stock
A. Seasonally adjusted
B. Not seasonally adjusted




2
3
4
8
11
14
18
22
25
27
27
28
29
29
30
30
31
38
40
43
44
45
46
47

Contents—continued

14.
15.
16.
17.

18.

19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.

25.
26.
27.
28.
29.

Aggregate reserves and deposits of member banks
A. Reserves
B. Deposits
,
Loans and investments of all commercial banks
A. Seasonally adjusted
B. Not seasonally adjusted
,
Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series
A. All commercial banks
B. Member banks
Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Detailed balance sheets for 1978
A. March 31 (insured banks only)
B. June 30
C September 30 (insured banks only)
All large weekly reporting commercial banks
A. Assets and liabilities, 1978
,
B. Balance sheet memoranda, 1978
C. Total commercial and industrial loans classified by industry, 1978
D. "Term** commercial and industrial loans classified by industry, last Wednesday of month,
1978
Gross demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations
A. All commercial banks
B. All weekly reporting banks
Commercial paper and bankers acceptances outstanding
Prime rate charged by banks on short-term business loans.
Terms of lending at commercial banks—Based on survey of loans made
Interest rates in money and capital markets
A. Annual and monthly averages
B. Weekly averages, 1978
Stock market—Selected statistics
A. Stock prices and trading
B. Customer
financing
C. Margin-account debt at brokers
D. Special miscellaneous-account balances at brokers
Selected assets and liabilities of savings institutions
Federal fiscal and financing operations
U.S. budget
A. Receipts
B. Outlays
Federal debt subject to statutory limit—Types and ownership
Gross public debt of the U.S. Treasury—Types and ownership




48
49
50
51
52
55
58
60
62
64
70
72
75

76
76
78
81
82
84
90
95
97
99
100
101
106
Ill
114
116
117

30.

U.S. government marketable securities—Ownership, by maturity
A. All maturities
B. Total maturing within 1 year
C. Bills maturing within 1 year
D. Other than bills maturing within 1 year
E. 1- to 5-year maturities
F. 5- to 10-year maturities
G. 10- to 20-year maturities
H. Over-20-year maturities
31. U.S. government securities dealers
A. Transactions
B. Positions
C. Sources of financing
32. Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies
33. New security issues of state and local governments and corporations
34. Open-end investment companies
35. Corporate profits and their distribution
36. Current assets and liabilities of nonfmancial corporations (1972-78)
37. Business expenditures on new plant and equipment
38. Domestic finance companies—Assets and liabilities
39. Business credit of domestic finance companies
40. Mortgage markets
41. Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property
42. Installment credit—Total outstanding, and net change
43. Installment credit—Extensions and liquidations
44.1 Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, December 31, 1978
A. All sectors
B. Private nonbank financial institutions
44.2 Flow of funds accounts, 1967-78
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector
B. Direct and indirect claims on credit market debt
C. * Sector statements of financial assets and liabilities
45. Selected measures of nonfmancial business activity
46. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization
A. Output
B. Capacity
C. Capacity utilization
47. Industrial production:
48. Summary of U.S. international transactions
49. U.S. reserve assets
50. Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions
A. By type
1
B. By area




120
120
121
121
122
122
123
123

,..,.,

124
126
128
130
133
140
142
143
144
145
146
148
155
158
165
172
174
176
177
178
180
183
184
185
186
190
193
194
195

Contents-continued

51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.

61.
62.

63.
64.
65.
66.

Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States
A. By holder and type of liability
i
B. By area and country
Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States. . .
Banks' own and domestic customers' claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States
Banks' own claims on unaffiliated foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United
States
„„
Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies, reported by banks in the United
States
,
Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks
Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign holdings and transactions
Foreign official assets held at Federal Reserve Banks
Foreign transactions in securities
Short-term liabilities to and claims on foreigners reported by nonbanking concerns in the United
States
A. Liabilities to foreigners
B. Claims on foreigners
Short-term claims on foreigners reported by large nonbanking concerns in the United States
Long-term liabilities to and claims on foreigners reported by nonbanking concerns in the United
States
A. Liabilities to foreigners
B. Claims on foreigners
Discount rates of foreign central banks
Foreign short-term interest rates
.,..
Index of weighted-average value of U.S. dollar
Foreign exchange rates

197
203
209
215
217
218
220
230
233
234
240
242
244
245
246
247
248
249
250

Part 2—Special Tables
67.
68.
69.
70.
71.

Statement of condition of Federal Reserve Banks, December 31, 1978
Earnings and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks during 1978
Banks and branches—Number in operation, December 31, 1978, by state
Number of commercial banks and branches in operation
Number of par and nonpar banking offices




255
256
258
260
260

72,

Banking offices in the United States—Number, and changes in number
A. Banks (head offices), by type
B. Branches, additional offices, and facilities, by type of bank
73. Changes in offices of commercial banks and nondeposit trust companies during 1978—Summary,
by state
74.1 Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups, December 31, 1977
(domestic data only)
A. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons by state
B. Summary totals and comparisons
74.2 Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups, December 31, 1978
(domestic data only)
A. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons by state
B. Summary totals and comparisons
75. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups, December 31, 1978
(including foreign data)
A. Member and nonmember classifications by state
B. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons by state
C. Multibank and one-bank classifications—Summary
76. Selected assets and liabilities of minority-owned banks, by size of bank, December 31, 1978
77. Denominations of U.S. currency in circulation
78. Liquid asset holdings of private domestic nonfinancial investors
79. Assets of pension funds
A. Totals for private and public funds, by type of fund
B. Types held by private noninsured funds
80. Bond prices, by type of issuer
A. Annual and monthly averages
B. Weekly averages
81. Finance rates on selected types of installment credit
82. Security credit reported by nonbank lenders subject to margin regulations, June 30, 1978
83. Detailed debit and credit balances at brokers carrying margin accounts, June 30, 1977 and 1978
84. Commitments of life insurance companies for income-property mortgages

261
261
262
263
265
266
269
270
273
276
277
278
279
280
280
280
281
282
283
284
285

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




289
303

Part 1 - Regular Tables




1. Monetary and credit aggregates and interest rates
A. Quarterly
1974
Item

Ql

Q2

1975

Q3

Ql

Q4

1976

Q2

Q3

Ql

Q4

Q2

-2.8
-2.2
-2,2

.6
.2
-.9

Monetary and credit aggregates
(annual rate of change, seasonally adjusted, in percent)1
Member bank reserves
1 Total
2 Required
.
3 Nonborrowed

,

10 Total loans and investments at commercial
banks *

8.6
8.2
-1.1

3,5
3.5
28.5

1.6
2.1
13.5

-2.9
-3.2
-2.1

4.1
7.0
6.4

4.0
6.1
5.2

4.6
6.6
6.4

2.0
6,4
8.2

5,8
9.5
12.4

7.3
10.0
12.8

3.0
6.8
9.3

4.6
10.5
12.0

6.4
10.0
11.9

19.2
9.4
5.5

14.1
8.0
3.8

8.5
8.3
6.1

11.5
10.1
11.3

5.3
12.7
17.2

5.6
12,2
17.3

8.3
9.9
13.5

7.0
15.3
14,2

5.9
12.8
15.1

12,4

Concepts of money*
4 M-l.
..
5 M-2
.
6 M-3
Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
7 Total. .
8 Other than large CDs
9 Thrift institutions 8 .
.

-1.9
-2.3
-3.8

11.1
11.0
-3.5

14.3
13.2
8.3

....

6.6
8.0
9.4
7.4
10.3
9.5

....

14.8

10.3

1.3

1.4

4.4

4.7

5.8

5.0

7,9

1.1
.4
3,0

Interest rates
(level, percent per annum)
Short-term rates
1 1 Federal funds B
12 Treasury bills (3-month market yield)7e
13 Commercial paper (90- to8 119-day)8*
14 Federal Reserve discount

11.25
8.15
10.64
7.87

12.09
8.19
11.69
8.00

9.35
7.36
9.23
7.94

6,30
5.75
6.60
6.87

5.42
5.39
5.83
6.12

6.16
6.33
6.56
6.00

5.41
5.63
6.00
6.00

4,83
4.92
5.18
5.60

5.20
5.16
5.45
5.50

7.55
5.28
8.28
8.60

,

Long-term rates
Bonds
15 U S government 9 . .
16 State and local government l °
17 Aaa utility (new issue) 1J
....

9.32
7.62
8.50
7.50

8.09
5.96
9.19
9.10

8.49
6.72
10.22
9.60

8,09
6.74
9.57
9.57

7.86
6.65
9.25
9.03

8.21
6,96
9,50
9.02

8.41
7.23
9.51
9,13

8.28
7.38
9.35
9.20

8.00
6.98
8,65
9.00

8.01
6.78
8.69
8.98

Q3

Q4

Q3

1978

1977

1976

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Monetary and credit aggregates
(annual rate of change, seasonally adjusted, in percent) *
Member bank reserves
I Total
2 Required
3 Nonborrowed

l.S

4.5
4.2
4.7

4.8
5.1
4.7

2.5
3.0
1.4

7.3
6.9
2.1

6.3
6.4
3.8

8.9
8.8
14.5

6.2
6.7
.6

8.6
8.6
6.6

2,3
2.1
4.5

8.8
10.9

12.6
13.8

10.9
12.4

;io.s

9.0

8.6
10.0
11.8

7.3
7,9
10.1

6,7
7.0
8.1

9,2
8.4
8.4

8.2
9.9
10.4

4,4
7.7
9.3

7.7
12.3
14.2

10.8
16.5
15.6

11.8
13.7
14.6

8.9
'10.2

n.7

10,8
11.0
14.4

U.3
8.3
13.2

12.5
7.2
9.7

11,5
7.9
8.5

11.3
11.1
11.1

12.4
10.2
11.6

7.5

10.4

10.3

12.1

11.1

9.9

10.1

14.9

11.8

10.6

1.6

Concepts of money *
5 M-2
6 M-3

......

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
7 Total. . . .
8 Other than large CDs
9 Thrift institutions '
10 Total loans and investments at commercial
banks *
...
.....

Interest rates
(level, percent per annum)
Short-term rates
1 1 Federal funds 6
...
12 Treasury bills (3-month market yield)76
13 Commercial paper (90- to8 119-day) *•
14 Federal Reserve discount
15
16
17
18

Long-term rates
Bonds
U.S government ?,
. .
State and local government * °
Aaa utility (new issue)ltl
*
....
Conventional mortgages




..

....

5.28
5.15
5.41
5.50

4.88
4.67
4.91
5.39

4.66
4.63
4.74
5.25

fi.16
4.84
51.15
5.25

5.82
5.50
5.74
5.42

6.51
6.11
6.56
5.93

6.76
6.39
6.76
6.46

7.28
6.48
7.16
6,78

8.09
7.31
8.03
7.50

9.58
8.57
9.83
9.09

7.90
6.64
8.48
9,03

7.54
6.18
8.15
8.95

7.62
5.88
8.17
8.82

7.68
5.70
8.21
8.95

7.60
5.59
8.09
9.00

7.78
5.57
8.27
9.05

8.19
5.65
8.70
9.23

8.43
6,02
8,98
9. 58

8.53
6.16
8.94
9.80

8.78
6.28
9.23
10.12

1. Monetary and credit aggregates and interest rates—Continued

B. Monthly changes (monetary aggregates only) 13
Annual rate of change, seasonally adjusted, in percentl

Jan.

Item

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

5
-.8

— .4

6 3
5 5
8 8

2 6
5 1
55 8

1 4
— 8
20 8

7 9
6 8
26 0

48
4 6

8 8
7 7

6 3
7 0

3 9
6 1

12 6
60

9.7

4 7
5 5
7 9

11 9
4 8
9 8

2 6

4 3

—5 4

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

19 74
Member bank reserves
1 Total
2 Required
3 Nonborrowed

13 8
19 1
23.3

3 8
2 8
-1.0

3 5
-3.5

Concepts of money 2
4 M-l
5 M-2
6 M-3

67
10 3
9 4

6 2
10 6
9 2

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
7 Total
8 Other than large CDs
9 Thrift institutions B

19 8
14 4
7 9

19.1
14 2

6.9

10 3

15.5

10 Total loans and investments at commer-

9

17 7
16 1

14 9
16 3

10 9
7 7
-3.3

11 2
12 5

6 1
7 6

13
6 2

6.0

3 5
4 5
37

7 8
89
7 3

2 2
4 8

4.8

6 4
4.8-

9 0
8 5

7.3

27.3
10 1
5 4

19 9
5 8
2 4

14.7
9 9
4 8

13.9
7 2

14.3
9 0

23 6

23 9

13 0

10 0

20.5

13.7

7.8

3.3 -14.9

1.5

4.4

2.3

5.9

6 4
4 3

19 75
Member bank reserves
1 Total
2 Required

,7
3.8

11 6

Concepts of money*
4 M-l.
5 M-2
6 M-3

-2.2
-2.5

6.1
1.3

-4

-.6
9
7.6

-3.0
-9 3
-1.3
-11.9
-3 2 -7 9

-1 1

— 1.7
4 6

9.4

11.8
4 0
15.5

16 7
17 4
18 2

-1.2
6 7
10.9

10.9
17.8

4 2

2.8

— 1.7
6 5

7 4

9.6

9 1
11.6

16 9
12 8
10.4

10 5
13.0
12.9

2 2
10 4
16.0

3 9
9 9
17.3

6 1
15.8
18,0

8 6
18 4
19.6

17

-5 7

-4 3

-3 6

-6 5

-3 1

7.8

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
7 Total
8 Other than large CDs
9 Thrift institutions 3

•

10 Total loans and investments at commercial banks 4

-6.1
-4.7
-8,5

4.7

-2.7

6.8
6.7
.7

-5.4

.4

5.8

4.9

-2.0

-2.6
-3.3

7 2
10.2

3 0

6 1

9.1

6.8

1 4

7.4
6.1

.1
1,8

11 8

-2 2

5.0
8.0

10,2
11 2
11.9

4 2

3.2

7.4

14.8

13.8

7.1

10.4
10.7
12.7

11.6
11.9
13.2

— 1.2

5 6

5 1

8.2

2 1

-4 7
-5.4
-3.4

7.2
6.5

8.6
9.8

4.7

11.3
14.7
15.4

10.9
12.3

12.6
13.3

8.5

6 0

5 4

9.8

12.8
-2.2

19'J6
Member bank reserves
\ Total
2 Required
3 Wonborrowed

-12 4
-11 7
-10.8

Concepts of money*
4 M-l . . . .
5 M-2
6 M-3
Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
7 Total
8 Other than large CDs
9 Thrift institutions '

4.9

12.3
13 0

10 Total loans and investments at commercial banks 4

2.5

9.3

15.0
15.3

8.2

— 7
-7

.2

4.4
7.6

10 5

-4 6
-0
-4,3

6.8

11.2
12.9

44

-1 3
-1 3
— 1.7

9.1

.4
5.0
8.1

7
2.1
10 1
11.7

4 3

3.1
4.1
3.2
8.4

2.0
3.2
6.7

10.5

11.1
12.5

3.3

11.3
13.2

7 5

9 1

4.6

6.6
7.7
7.2
7.3

18 2
13 7

19 8
15 8

10 1
15 1

14 7
15 4

10 8
14 4

8 9
12 7

9.6

10.3
12.1
14.3

14.4
15 0

16.3
16.1

9.2

11.4
17.3
16.1

12.8
15.6
14.6

14.6
16.2
15.7

1 9

29

6.9

7.3

4.9

6.8

6.8

7.2

12.0

15.3

8.6

15.0

1.7
1.5

8.8
8.8

6.9

....

2 6
3 2

2.9

7.9

2.6

1977
Member bank reserves
1 Total
2 Required

7 4

8.3

-2.9
— 7
-3.0

1.4
8
.3

8.8

6.8
9.3

6.8
9.4

7.8

6.0

2.1

.2

14.6
8.9
10.6
11,3
12.8 -14.6

7.0

6 8

1 6
-2.2

2 2
-1.6

10.5
10.1
10.9

4.1
6.7
9.0

6.3
8.7

10.7

12.5
13.0
13.6

11.3

11.6

8,6

5.9
4.6

5.6
7.6

20.4

15,0

10.6

8.3
8.6

3.9
6.0
7.8

7.8
6.3
8.0

15.8 -12.7

Concepts of money*
4 M-l
5 M-2
6 M-3

11.2
12.9

11.3

10.5

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
7 Total
8 Other than large CDs
9 Thrift institutions *

12.0
13.2
15.8

10.2
11.4
13.9

11.4
13.3
14.3

11.1
10.0
15.2

7.8
8.9

10.7

12.5

11.6
10.5
13.8

16,0

10.1
11.9

9.0
8.4

13.4

11 0
12,3

15.3

13.3

10.6

10.5

6.4

11.2

15.0

13.6

14.3

13.5

14.8

16.4

12.4

17.7

18.4

10.9

10 Total loans and investments at commercial banks 4




7.0

6.9
8.7

9.1
9.0

9.1

7.2

5.1

1. Monetary and credit aggregates and interest rates—Continued

B. Monthly changes (monetary aggregates only)13—Continued
Annual rate of change, seasonally adjusted, in percentl

Jan.

Item

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

June

Aug.

-5.0
-4.2

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

19 78

Member bank reserves
1 Total
2 Required
3 Nonborrowed

18.0
15,7
20 9

7.1
7.9
9 6

-5.2
-3.9
-2 9

8.3
9.9
1 3

11.0
8.9
-89

11 6
12.9
15 6

14 8
14.3
8 5

Concepts of money11
4 M-l
5 M-2
6 M-3

11.3
9.8
9.8

18
5 0
6.4

28
4,7
6.4

16 4
11.2
9.9

9 7
9.2
8.6

6 2
8 5
9.4

12.3
8.7
9.8

12 9
7 3
8.4

10 6
6.0
8.8

10 9
7.8
7.9

13 4
8.7
7.8

15 4

59

16 5

19 4

22 1

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
7 Total
8 Other than large CDs
9 Thrift institutions 8

....

10 Total loans and investments at commercial
banks *

2

8.7
8.0
11 3

5 1
60
—1 2

-3 6
-5.4
13 4

— 1
— 4
—5 0

68
8.7
9.6

8.5
11.6
11.5

13 8
13.0
13.4

1 7
65
8.8

-2 0
47
6.7

1 7
2 7
5.5

9 6
10 1
10.7

11 2
9 8
11.0

10 9
14,1
11.3

12 7
12 5
14.0

8 5
10 0
12.0

21 9
9 4
9.6

5 1
3.5
9.3

14 8

11 2

11 8

19 1

14 8

23 8

3 3

2. Factors affecting member bank reserves

A. Annual and monthly averages
Millions of dollars

1974

Factor

1975

1976

1977

1974

1978
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

89,470

94,805

103,910

111,301

123,386

86,568

85,493

84,943

86,907

2 XJ.S. government securities 1.
3 Bought outright
4 Held under repurchase agreement . ,

79,904
79,420
484
3,260
3,076
184
286
2,054
2,301
1,665

83,066
82,139 1
927
5,395
5,295
100
786
195
2,116
3,247

90,090
88,572
1,518
6,744
6,664
80
605
84
2,648
3,739

96,762
95,705
1,057
7,240
7,145
95
237
465
3,762
2,835

106,007
105,224
783
8,203
7,965
238
205
876
5,443
2,652

78,835
78,686
149
1,958
1,922
36
88
1,044
3,385
1,258

78,819
78,595
224
1,982
1,956
26
89
1,186
2,300
1,117

78,627
78,162
465
2,059
2,022
37
129
1,352
1,816
960

79,248
78,653
595
2,319
2,220
99
171
1,714
2,295
1,160

11,572
400
8 911

11,614
461
9,618

1 1 , 598
721
10,593

1 1 , 627
1,201
11 123

11,691
1,269
1 1 , 598

11,567
400
8,705

11,567
400
8,747

1 1 , 567
400
8,767

11,567
400
8,807

73 960
301

80 , 674
338

88,433
487

96,554
448

106,208
344

70 , 962
349

70,411
342

71,081
334

72,176
308

2,171
356
756

3,424
294
780

7,255
270
886

7,408
302
664

7,998
301
698

2,488
427
713

2,972
293
682

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Bought outright
Held under repurchase agreement
Acceptances .
Loans
Float
..
Other Federal Reserve assets
Gold stock
Special drawing rights certificate account

.,
••
-• •

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
l(j Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than member bank reserves,
with Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury.
18 Foreign . . .
19 Other 8
20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
Banks . .




1,803 i
311
699

1,712
328
702

3,139

3,198

3,284

•3,369

4,012

2,904

2,932

2,998

2,985

29,670

27,790

26,207

26,506

28,383

29,396

28,574

28,450

29,469

2. Factors affecting member bank reserves—Continued
A. Annual and monthly averages—Continued
Millions of dollars

1974

1975

Factor
May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

89,405

89,254

91,554

91,367

91,617

90,971

91,302

93,967

93,002

80,497
79,500
997
2,937
2,537
400
273
2,580
2,025
1,093

79,940
79,247
693
2,872
2,612
260
222
3,000
2,114
1,106

80,611
80,123
488
3,702
3,373
329
323
3,308
2,267
1,343

80,783
80,616
167
3,710
3,605
105
283
3,351
1,983
1,258

80,446
80,196
250
3,938
3,853
85
359
3,287
2,239
1,349

79,577
79,292
285
4,158
4,011
147
376
1,793
2,083
2,984

79,675
79,208
467
4,377
4,187
190
385
1,285
2,409
3,171

81,677
80,674
1,003
5,002
4,528
474
722
703
2,734
3,129

81,214
80,681
533
4,825
4,688
137
726
390
2,456
3,391

11,567
400
8,838

11,567
400
8,877

11,567
400
8,905

11,567
400
8,951

11,567
400
8,992

11,567
400
9,041

11,567
400
9,113

11,630
400
9,179

11,647
400
9,235

72,876
286

73,749
293

74,556
275

74,709
283

75,098
303

75,654
315

77,029
302

78,951
220

77,780
221

3,000
320
699

2,015
491
691

2,795
296
773

2,633
326
831

2,451
456
766

1,601
294
869

864
370
770

1,741
357
874

2,087
336
884

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
1

2 U S government securities
3 Bought outright
4 Heldunder repurchase agreements
6 Bought outright . . . . .
7 Held under repurchase agreements
8 Acceptances
9 Loans
10 Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets

..
.

..

12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding2
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
..
. .
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than member bank reserves,
with Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Other 3
20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
Banks

3,168

3,187

3,216

3,240

3,345

3,260

3,149

3,266

3,264

29,861

29,672

30,514

30,264

30,156

20,985

29,898

29,767

29,713

Oct.

1975
Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept,

1 Reserve Bank credit oust<t tiding

91,168

90,819

93,214

97,845

95,119

94,144

92,395

95,277

96,931

2 XJ S government securities *
3 Bought outright
4 Held under repurchase agreements
5 Federal agency securities
6 Bought outright
7 Held under repurchase agreements

79,985
79,183
802
4,759
4,660
99
779
147
2,079
3,419

79,758
79,383
375
5,089
5,015
74
730
106
1,994
3,142

81,774
80,928
846
5,306
5,189
117
726
110
2,061
3,237

86,405
84,205
2,200
5,513
5,150
363
951
60
1,877
3,039

83,716
82,533
1,183
5,196
5,085
111
792
271
2,046
3,098

83,053
82,798
255
5,113
5,084
29
706
261
1,911
3,100

81,610
81,149
461
5,219
5,199
20
711
211
1,691
2,953

83,653
82,123
1,530
5,538
5,408
130
807
396
1,823
3,060

84,548
83,676
872
5,928
5,871
57
798
191
1,945
3,521

11,626
400
9,284

11,620
400
9,362

11,620
400
9,410

11,620
429
9,464

11,620
500
9,536

11,620
500
9,616

11,604
500
9,721

11,599
500
9,793

11,599
500
9,877

76,979
236

77,692
277

78,377
309

79,102
326

80,607
355

81,758
358

81,822
368

81 ,903
361

82,215
387

2,374
317
711

1,887
363
958

3,532
307
718

8,115
262
746

3,353
272
989

2,207
269
711

818
274
660

3,415
308
798

4,940
271
632

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS

9 Loans
10 Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding 2

• •...

....
.

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 C"*urrency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than member bank reserves,
with Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Other 3
20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital. . . .
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
Banks




3,358

3,076

3,137

3,231

3,191

3,135

3,096

3,169

3,208

28,503

27,948

28,264

27,576

28,007

27,442

27,183

27,215

27,254

2. Factors affecting member bank reserves—Continued
A. Annual and monthly averages—Continued
Millions of dollars
19 75

Factor

Nov.

1976

Jan.

Dec.

Feb.

Mar,

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

97,817

99,651 100,172 101,369 101,336 100,317 102,951 103,106 104,799 105,393
88 175
86,470
1 705
6,435
6 342
93
924
76
2,375
3,384

88,162
86,896
1 266
6,718
6 607
111
782
58
2,204
3,412

86 582
85,580
1 002
6,661
6 607
54
650
44
2,236
4,144

89 182 i 8S 704
87,354 87,477
I 227
1 828
6,785
6,888
6 695
6 812
90
76
742
647
121
120
2,071
2,678
4,051
4,069

11,599
500
10,010

1 1 , 599 1 1 , 599 11,599
500
500
500
10,094 10,177 10,267

11,599
500
10,436

11,599
500
10,501

11 , 599
500
10,552

11,598 ! 11,598 i 11,598
500
700
700
10,623 ! 10 , 648 10,690

83,740
415

85,810
452

84,625
496

84,002
527

85,014
511

86,565
524

87 , 389
507

88 , 547
510

89,423
467

89 , 548
454

4,333
297
649

3,955
259
906

5,903
287
916

8,811
280
716

7,653
264
810

5,211
254
815

7,215
286
655

6,778
252
784

7,404
262
945

7,797
275
979

20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . . . . 3,276
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
Banks
27,215

3,247

3,225

3,231

3,252

3,203

3,314

3,275

3,310

3,326

27,215

26,995

26,168

26,366

26,345

26,236

25,711

25,933

26,001

May

June

2 U.S. government securities *
3 Bought outright
4 Held under repurchase agreements
5 Federal agency securities
6 Bought outright
7 Held under repurchase agreements
8 Acceptances
9 Loans
10 Float. . .
.
.
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets

84 776
83,488
1 288
6 158
6 072
..
86
861
61
2,480
3,481

12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding 2

. .

85 957
85 153
804
6,151
6 072
79
853
127
3,029
3,534

86 725
85,359
1 366
6,273
6 165
108
906
79
2,684
3,505

90 256 91 583
89,405 89 , 259
2 324
851
6,849 i 6 875
6 805
6 799
44
76
475 '
580
123
104
2,721 i 2,512
4,375
3,739

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than member bank reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18
Foreign
19 Other'

1976

Sept.

Oct.

19 77

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2 U.S. government securities l
3 Bought outright
.
.
4 Held under repurchase agreements
5 Federal agency securities . .
6 Bought outright
7 Held under repurchase agreements
8 Acceptances
9 Loans
10 Float . . .
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding 2

,

105,880 107,270 106,522 107,632 108,700 109,021 108,085 108,558 112,694 109,453
93,535
91,886
1,649
6,839
6,757
82
323
66
2,763
3,744

92,659
91,527
1,132
6,848
6 804
44
326
84
3,094
3,511

93,412
91,031
2,381
6,916
6 805
111
457
62
3,536
3,249

94,513
92,905
1,608
6,884
6,792
92
413
61
3,514
3,315

95,843
94 , 674
1,169
6,846
6,787
59
330
79
2,899
3,024

95,310
94,313
997
6,782
6,750
32
289
110
2,833
2,761

95,316
94,534
782
6,813
6 0 766
47
284
73
2,992
3,080

99,023 [ 95,337
97,000 94,132
2,023
1,205
7,259 1 7,312
7,077
7,176
182
136
489
228
262
200
3,432
2,773
2,882
2,950

1 1 , 598 11,598
703
1,123
10,737 10,778

11,598
1,200
10,826

11,598
1,200
10,865

11,638
1,200
10,897

11,658
1,200
10,930

11,646
1,200
10,966

11,636
1,200
11,010

11,632
1,200
11,056

11,628
1,200
11,099

90,312
482

91,988
458

93,730
464

92,582
461

91,753
499

92,831
494

94,295
452

94,968
442

96,029
437

9,199
266
1,012

6,709
259
947

6,138
306
974

7,850
269
820

10,698
294
616

8,577
271
669

7,369
294
633

10,997
322
559

7,057
277
675

91,966
89,926
2,040
6,831
. . 6,763
68
447
..
75
2,880
3,681

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
IS Currency in circulation
89,863
442
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than member bank reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
8,270
18 Foreign . . .
.
.
. . .
249
19
Other «
1,071
20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital. . . 3,315
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
25 , 708
Banks




3,372

3,326

3,253

3,223

3,224

3,206

3,266

3,324

3,260

26,127

26,458

26,430

27,229

25 , 725

25 , 849

26,096

25,970

25,646

2. Factors affecting member bank reserves—Continued
A. Annual and monthly averages—Contiaued
Millions of dollars

1977

Factor

1978

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

113,886

110,886

112,171

113,279

110,650

116,382

118,598

115,227

114,848

98,359
96,930
1,429
7,611
7,423
188
213
336
4,005
3,362

95,977
95,835
142
7,412
7,403
9
34
1,071
3,542
2,850

97,618
96,427
1,191
7,419
7,338
81
109
634
3,634
2,757

98,037
97,395
642
7,389
7,329
60
91
1,319
3,972
2,471

95,421
95,170
251
7,355
7,329
26
42
840
4,660
2,332

100,185
98,957
1,228
7,763
7,541
222
326
558
5,308
2,242

100,076
99,544
532
8,119
8,004
115
178
481
,7,065
2,679

98,739
98,032
707
8,069
7,982
87
106
405
5,347
2,561

99,573
98,436
1,137
8,217
7,948
269
279
344
4,261
2,174'

11,609
1,200
11,141

11,595
1,200
11,189

11,595
1,200
11,228

11,595
1,200
11,272

11,595
1,200
11,313

11,696
1,208
11,354

11,719
1,250
11,392

11,718
1,250
11,423

11,718
1,250
11,460

97,422
431

97,780
433

98,180
436

98,868
429

100,741
415

102,862
408

102,090
- 395

101,190
389

102,017
394

8,843
324
759

6,025
310
607

6,956
368
668

6,618
298
699

2,399
301
597

5,640
298
658

7,519
335
839

5,707
297
772

4,705
303
740

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2 U S. government securities1
3 Bought outright . . . .
4 Held under repurchase agreements
5 Federal agency securities
..
6 Bought outright . . . .
7 Held under repurchase agreements
8 Acceptances.
9 Loans
10 Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets

, .

12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account .
14 Treasury currency outstanding 2
...
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
...
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than member bank reserves,
with Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury. . .
....
18 Foreign
,.
19 Other *
.
...
20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
Banks
.
...

3,395
26,663

3,341

3,434

3,501

3,522

3,718

3,652

3,926

3,962

26,373

26,152

26,933

26,783

27,057

28,129

27,337

27,155

1978
Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

. , 116,784

119,603

121,992

126,958

125,955

127,811

133,273

129,544

129,330

101,345
100,851
494
8,013
...
7,929
84
137
- 539
3,997
. . . .
2,753

103,143
102,431
712
8,171
7,907
264
204
1,227
4,119
2,739

104,656
103,763
893
8,138
7,897
241
213
1,111
5,297
2,577

108,626
107,350
1,276
8,584
8,166
418
337
1,286
5,399
2,726

109,243
108,380
863
8,220
8,016
204
145
1,147
4,826
2,374

110,604
109,862
742
8,323
7,958
365
257
1,068
5,220
2,339

115,008
113,977
1,031
8,353
7,940
413
249
1,261
5,742
2,660

111,243 109,255
110,728 108,780
515 I
475
8,109
8,089
7,928
7,897
192
181
180
167
874
722
6,588
7,423
2,702
3,522

11,718
1,250
11,496

11,718
1,250
11,538

11,709
1,250
11,576

11,698
1,250
11,612

11,683
1,279
11,644

11,670
1,300
11,681

11,660
1,300
11,725

11,645
1,300
11,779

11,635
1,300
11,826

103,256
391

104,389
383

105,661
358

107,057
343

107,241
315

108,021
302

108 , 872
303

110,929
278

113,395
260

5,001
345
738

6,514
341
639

7,577
266
776

10,512
281
709

10,065
281
609

11,080
279
692

14,948
300
590

8,186
289
540

3,931
301
724

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

U S government securities 1
Bought outright
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency securities
Bought outright
..
Held under repurchase agreements
Acceptances
Loans
. .
Float
Other Federal Reserve assets .
.

12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account .
14 Treasury currency outstanding 3
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than member bank reserves,
with Federal Reserve Banks
17
Treasury
..
18 Foreign
....
19 -Other 3
20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital. . . .
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
Banks




3,741

3,954

4,049

4,047

3,971

27,776

27,890

27 , 840

28,570

28,079

4,077

4,244

4,193

4,322

28,010

28,701

29,853

31,158

2. Factors affecting member bank reserves—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures
Millions of dollars
1978, weekending

Factor

Jan. 4

Jan. 11

Jan. 18

Jan. 25 \ Feb. 1

Feb. 8

Feb. 15

Feb. 22

Mar. 1

120,184

117,750

117, H[2

118,311

103,544
100,904
2,640
8,505
8,004
501
901
506
4,285
2,441

99,635
99,313
322
8,090
8,004
86
124
442
7,062
2,396

100,482
100,105
377
8,119
8,004
115
11.2
418
5,4<I4
2,557

99,710
99,646
64
8,010
8,004
6
31
592
7,141
2,827

120,178

117,212

114,732

115,247

113,276

98,728
97,867
861
8,138
8,001
137
91
470
9,970
2,782

100,144
99,620
524
8,069
7,982
87
135
493
5,509
2,862

96,846 '
96,451
395
8,002
7,982
20
63
281
6,566
2,974

99,545
98,517
1,028
8,119
7,982
137
135
446
4,878
2,123

98,055
97,719
336
8,050
7,982
68
82
391
4,551
2,147

11,718
1,250
11,351

11,719
1,250
11,385

11,719
1,230
11,392

11,719
1,250
11,396

11,719
1.250
11,406

11,718
1,250
11,413

11,718
1,250
11,421

11,718
1,250
11,429

11,718
1,250
11,427

103,877
392

103,157
393

102,136
397

101,173
* 397

100,698
393

100,846
390

101,414
389

101,402
390

101,166
389

6,887
366
1,152

6,422
436
647

5,237
305
739

8,210
283
966

10,866
288
740

8,213
291
802

4,670
266
668

4,068
350
862

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2 U,S, government securities 1
3 Bought outright
. . .
4 Held under repurchase agreements. . . .
5 Federal agency securities
6 Bought outright
7 Held under repurchase agreements. . . . . . .
8 Acceptances
,
9 Loans
10 Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding 2
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than member bank reserves,
with Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Other 3
20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
Banks

5,018
295
754 ;

3,406

3,419

3,610

3,753

4,090

3,629

3,953

4,213

3,877

28,422

27,629

29,077

27,893

27,479

27,423

27 298

28,035

26,961

1978, week ending

Mar. 8

Mar, 15

Mar. 22

Mar. 29

Apr. 5

Apr. 12

Apr. 19

Apr. 26

May 3

112,763

112,254

116,460

117,211

116,520

114,241

116,440

118,477

121,240

97,548
97,548

100,955
99 , 585
1,370
8,334
7,935
399
378
2«0
4,101
2,412

101,498
99,058
2,440
8,515
7,929
586
573
385
3,993
2,248

101,286
99,195
2,091
8,278
7,929
349
589
304
3,701
2,362

99,211
99,211

101,451
101,451

7,929
7,929

7,929
7, 929

10 Float
11 Other Federal Reserve assets

97,629
97,275
354
8,021
7,982
39
27
395
4,719
1,973

171
4,339
2,592

238
4,085
2,737

112,452
102,228
224
7,967
7,929
38
31
809
4,222
2,997

103,800
102,844
956
8,160
7,929
231
250
1,664
4,198
3,168

12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding 2

11,718
1,250
11,447

11,718
1,250
11,459

11,718
1,230

n,4<;i

11,718
1,250
11,470

11,718
1,250
11,464

11,718
1,250
11,494

11,718
1,250
11,497

11,718
1,250
11,512

15 Currency in circulation
101,472
16 Treasury cash holdings
.
.. •
391
Deposits, other than member bank reserves,
with Federal Reserve Banks
4,278
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
.
330
637
19 Other 3

102,048
393

102,168
395

102,322
396

102,655
395

103,389
397

103,555
390

103,251
388

103,401
383

2,555
311
830

5,394
263
797

6,528
282
676

5,441
371
773

3,905
258
741

3,412
333
701

6,321
339
772

8,118
471
730

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2 U.S. government securities 1
3 Bought outright
4 Held under repurchase agreements
5 Federal agency securities
7 Held under repurchase agreements
8 Acceptances

..

7,944
7,944
248
4,482
2,032

11,718
1,250
1 1 , 503

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital. . . .
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
Banks




3,603

4,207

4,148

3,907

3,766

3,543

3,724

3,794

4,008

26,468

26,338

27,725

27,539

27,552

26,471

28,790

28,093

28,600

2. Factors affecting member bank reserves—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures—Continued
Millions of dollars
1978, week ending

Factor
May 10

May 17

May 24

May 31

June 7

June 14

June 21

June 28

JulyS

122,933

119,885

117,204

116,703

117,385

117,964

124,897

126,014

127,461

104,891
103,509
1,382
8,400
7,929
471
376
1,688
4,271
3,307

103,141
101,951
1,190
8,442
7,900
542
411
866
4,366
2,658

102,374
102,374
0
7,895
7,895
0
0
701
3,986
2,247

101,685
101,623
62
7,899
7,895
4
39
1,399
3,239
2,442

100,338
100,338
0
7,895
7,895
0
0
645
5,974
2,533

101,361
101,361
0
7,883
7,883
0
0
793
5,4862,440

107,197
105,957
1,240
7,995
7,867
128
175
1,194
5,549
2,787

107,993
106,241
1,752
8,570
7,867
703
460
1,716
4,686
2,589

109,389
106,793
2,596
8,802
8,168
634
972
1,193
4,499
2,606

11,718
1,250
11,532

11,718
1,250
11,537

11,718
1,250
11,540

11,718
1,250
11,553

11,718
1,250
11,561

11,706
1,250
11,571

11,706
1,250
11,576

11,706
1,250
11,593

11,706
1,250
11,583

15 Currency in circulation
104 144
383
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than member bank reserves,
with Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
.
... 10,358
436
18 Foreign
..
641
19 Other 3

104,515
382

104,368
382

104,818
386

105,425
366

105,830
362

105,668
357

105,550
354

106,589
350

6,589
283
615

4,412
253
603

3,291
348
638

4,525
305
675

3,690
258
870

9,231
258
912

11,663
238
648

10,338
304
798

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

U S. government securities l
Bought outright
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency securities
Bought outright . .
Held under repurchase agreements
Acceptances
Loans
.
Float
Other Federal Reserve assets

..

12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding 2

.. .

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
Banks

3,883

3,882

3,946

4,110

3,773

3,919

4,371

4,071

4,166

27,589

28,124

27,748

27,635

26,844

27,560

28,632

28,038

29,457

1978, week ending
July 12

July 19

July 26

Aug. 2

Aug. 9

Aug. 16

Aug. 23

Aug. 30

Sept. 6

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

125,720

128,852

127,255

126,301

123,399

124,323

127,101

127,849

126,118

u S government securities *
Bought outright. ,
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency securities
Bought outright. .
,
Held under repurchase agreements
Acceptances
Loans
.
Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
..

106,933
106,710
223
8,248
8,168
80
22
903
6,994
2,619

110,095
108,162
1,933
8,913
8,168
745
291
1,589
5,293
2,672

109,046
107,417
1,629
8,745
8,164
581
444
1,462
4,701
2,857

108,607
108,016
591
8,322
8,162
160
154
1,438
4,920
2,860

106,767
106,664
103
8,095
8,084
11
1
878
4,790
2,868

107,720
107,720

963
5,066
2,590

110,373
109,093
1,280
8,204
7,981
223
152
1,606
4,821
1,945

111,595
109,912
1,683
8,485
7,981
504
329
1,023
4,446
1,971

110,231
109,299
932
8,218
7,976
242
258
1,165
4,029
2,218

12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding ^

11,704
1,250
11,607

11,693
1,250
11,613

11,693
1,250
11,624

1 1 , 693
1,250
11,622

11,690
1,250
11,631

11,680
1,271
11,640

1 1 , 680
1,300
11,651

11,680
1,300
11,658

1 1 , 679
1,300
11,666

15 Currency in circulation
107,624
16 Treasury cash holdings
364
Deposits, other than member bank reserves,
with Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
10,511
299
18 Foreign
..
...
727
19 Other 3

107,342
345

106,760
333

106,713
332

107,130
321

107,516
319

107,260
314

107,066
306

107,841
300

10,464
256
662

11,219
279
699

10,606
258
701

8,725
331
619

8,419
262
588

10,810
270
563

11,675
264
601

9,468
267
830

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

7,983
7,983

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
Banks




3,778

4,002

4,170

4,155

3,650

3,805

4,061

4,319

4,109

26,978

30,337

28,362

28,101

27,194

28,007

28,455

28,256

27,947

2. Factors affecting member bank reserves—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures—Continued
Millions of dollars
1978, week ending

Factor
Sept. 13

Sept. 20

Sept. 27

Oct. 4

Oct. 11

Oct. US

Oct. 25 j Nov. 1

123,902

126,849

132,392

132,783

131,739

134,274

134,088

106,744
106,614
130
7,969
7,963
6
3
510
6,382
2,294

109,832
109,832

92,3
5,758
2,385

113,750
112,330
1,420
8,920
7,950
970
570
1,560
5,293
2,299

115,043
112,987
2,056
8,689
7,946
743
603
1,286
4,722
2,440

114,300
113,511
789
8,219
7,941
278
161
1,239
5,309
2,512

114,207
113,848
J59
8 , ?54
7,941
413
170
1,250
7,623
2,671

115,865 115,694
114,737 114,112
1,582
1,128
8,391
8,388
7,S)38
7,937
450
454
282
257
1,313
1,305
5,534 |
4,910
2,938
2,707

......

11,668
1,300
11,674

11,668
1,300
11,683

11,668
1,300
11,692

11,668
1,300
11,691

11,668
1,300
11,703

11,656
1,300
11,729

11,655
1,300
11,738

11,655
1,300
11,747

15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than member bank reserves, with Federal
Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Others

108,512
306

108,127
315

107,663
300

107,954
301

108,901
307

109,259
317

108,912
296

108,927
289

15,429
271
579

15,138
294
640

14,507
347
559

15,131
283
585

15,377
275
619

15,108
285
550

4,285
28,525

4,224
28,890

3,898
27,890

4,208
29,177

4,416
28,887

4,572
28,467

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2 U.S. government securities 1. . .
3 Bought outright
4 Held under repurchase agreements . . . . .
5 Federal agency securities. . .
6 Bought outright
7 Held under repurchase agreements . . . .
8 Acceptances
9 Loans
10 Float
.
.
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding a

...

....

7,950
7,950

133,496

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve Banks. . .

7,803
278
673
3,783
27 , 189

9,497
299 i
724
4,046
28,492

1978, week ending

Nov. 8

Nov. 15

Nov. 22

Nov. 29

Dec. 6

Dee, 13

Dec. 20

Dec. 27

130,417

130,654

129,443

125,697

129,644

131,307

110,556
109,689
867
8,343
7,932
7,932
7,932
411
455
604
633'
6,176
8,269
3,068
2,190

111,842
111,336
506
8,060
7,918
142
141
792
7,554
2,265

111,442
110,600
842
8,164
7,899
265
258
698
6,468
2,413

107,597
107,572

109,902
109,798
104
7,942
7,896
46
6
568
7,322
3,904

107,835
107,375
460
8,212
7,896
316
110
1,413
9,264
4,473

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

. . . 129,011

126,996

. . . 112,622
112,170
452
. ...
8,009
7,932
. .
77
.....
199
696
4,303
3,261

109,186
109,186

11,652
1,300
11,758

11, (542
1,300
11,768

11,642
1,300
11,787

11,642
1,300
1 1 , 803

11,642
1,300
11,805

11,639
1,300
1 1,822

15 Currency in circulation .
109,828
282
16 Treasury cash holdings .
...
Deposits, other than member bank reserves, with Federal
Reserve Banks
17 Treasury .
. . . . 11,091
294
18 Foreign
.
....
546
19
Other »

110,775
278

111,242
279

111,913
273

112,061
272

112,862
271

113,329
261

114,377
245

8,092
273
521

6,443
286
529

5,299
308
618

2,120
266
731

3,748
292
666

4,952
320
620

4,008 i
27,759

4,284
32,085

4,303
31,328

4,069
30,139

4,367
31,715

4,548
31,018

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

U S government securities *
.
Bought outright
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency securities
Bought outright
...
Held under repurchase agreements. ,
Acceptances
.
Loans
Float
. .
Other Federal Reserve assets

.

12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding 2

7,912
?;S98
14
37
591
7,006
2 554

11,611 '
1,300
11,822

11,628
1,300
11,844

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve Banks

10



. ,

3,901
27,777

6,468 i
298
556
4,475
31,416

2. Factors affecting member bank reserves—Continued
C. Wednesday figures
Millions of dollars

1978

Factor

Jan. 4

Jan. 11

Jan. 18

Jan. 25

Feb. 1

Feb. 8

Feb. 15

Feb. 22

Mar, 1

119,081

111,852

118,907

118,739

118,572

116,630

117,464

118,882

115,524

101,852
100,842
1,010
8,230
8,004
226
624
1,096
4,891
2,388

94,462
94,462
0
8,004
8,004
0
0
792
6,197
2,397

99,958
99,615
343
8,222
8,004
218
214
553
7,482
2,478

98,337
97,888
449
8,044
8,004
40
214
2,332
7,116
2,696

101,644
96,196
5,448
8,664
7,982
682
414
889
4,013
2,948

96,720
96,720
0
7,982
7,982
0
0
326
8,270
3,332

99,508
97,107
2,401
8,116
7,982
134
349
599
6,591
2,301

101,282
98,044
3,238
8,446
7,982
464
453
318
6,410
1,973

99,091
97,461
1,630
8,401
7,982
419
354
826
4,860
1,992

11,719
1 250
11,384

11,719
1,250
11,386

11,719
1,250
11,395

11,719
1 250
11,398

11,718
1 250
11,412

11,718
1 250
11,416

11,718
1 250
11,429

11,718
1 250
11,432

11 718
1 250
1M35

, 103,948
393

102,918
395

101,907
396

101,076
396

100,905
392

101,383
388

101,707
389

101,597
387

101,429
391

6,790
376
737

5,360
289
660

6,155
253
641

9,841
262
640

9,643
282
792

6,787
271
842

3,710
427
831

3,831
311
667

3,634
369
785

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2 U.S. government securities l
3 Bought outright
4 Held under repurchase agreements
5 Federal agency securities
,
6 Bought outright
..
7 Held under repurchase agreements
8 Acceptances
,
,
9 Loans
,
10 Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
... . ,
13 Special drawinfl rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding2
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
,
Deposits, other than member bank reserves,
with Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign. . .
19 Other 3

20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital —
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
Banks

3,306

3,466

3,666

3,874

4,221

3,641

4,093

3,907

4,015

27,884

23,118

30,252

27,017

26,716

27,702

30,704

32,582

29,305

1978
Mar. 8

2 U S government securities *
3 Bought outright
. •
4 Held under repurchase agreements
5 Federal agency securities
6 Bought outright . .
7 Held under repurchase agreements
8 Acceptances
9 Loans
.
10 Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
...
13 Special drawing rights certificate account

Mar. 22

Mar. 29

Apr. 5

Apr. 12

Apt. 19

Apr, 26

May 3

112,794

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

Mar. 15

113,281

116,317

118,231

113,774

121,535

126,520

96 777
96*777
0
7,938
7,938
0
0
413
6,082
2,071

100 747
99*984
763
8 189
7,929
260
181
356
4,526
2,318

102 443
99 160
3,283
8 761
7,929
832
607
364
3,737
2,319

96 941
96 539
402
8 028
7,929
99
193
159
6,153
2,300

113,366
97 977
97 977
0
7,929
7,929
0
0
171
4,747
2,542

118,064

96 165
96 165
0
7 982
7,982
0
0
783
5,869
1,995

101 168
101 163
0
7,929
7,929
0
0
556
5,529
2,882

103 923
102*357
1,566
8 192
7,929
263
216
1,764
4,457
2,983

105 356
102 514
2,842
8 793
7,929
864
464
2,836
5,919
3,152

11 718
1 250
11 457

11 718
1 250
11 461

11 718
1 250
11 464

11 718
1 250
11 480

11 718
1 250
11 483

11 718
1 250
11 497

11 718
1 250
11,497

11 718
1 250
11 516

11 718
1 250
11 520

102 061
'390

102 406
396

102 471
391

102 728
396

103 213
397

103 858
397

103 649
388

103 520
386

103 969
385

4,583
303
681

1,582
300
941

6,689
248
631

4,389
276
765

4,938
585
751

2,595
268
759

6,625
249
709

8,729
460
796

10,247
468
712

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation

.

Deposits, other than member bank reserves,
with Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Others
20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
Banks




3,759

4,578

3,901

3,889

3,457

3,654

3,760

3,879

3,632

25,443

27,507

26,419

30,236

24,884

26,301

27 , 149

28,250

31,595

11

2, Factors affecting member bank reserves—Continued
C. Wednesday figures—Continued
Millions of dollars

1977
Factor
May 10

May 17

May 24

May 31

June 7

June 14

June 2 1

June 28

JulyS

122,867

116,577

119,649

119,193

116,801

115,246 ' 131,218

131,211

120,258

104,881
102,467
2,414
8,918
7,929
989
638
1,187
4,330
2,913

99,319
99,319
0
7,895
7,895
0
0
1,422
5,805
2,136

103,535 102,826
103,535 , 102,395
0
431
7,895
7,921
7,855
7,895
0
26
274
1,167
5,142
4,419
2,31.3
2,586

99,404
99,404
0
7,895
7,895
0
0
551
6,438
2,513

96,705
96,705
0
7,867
7,867

110,851 s 110,508
108,069 106,918
2,782
3,590
8..S26
8,943
7.H67
7,867
1,076
659 j
436
720
2,574 1
2,648
6,200
5,845
2,631 ;
2,547

101,771
100,010
1,761
8,762
8,168
594
784
648
5,279
3,014

11,718
1,250
11,532

11,718
1,250
11,539

11,718
1,2!50
11,543

11,718
1,250
11,526

11,718
1,250
11,571

11,706
1,250
11,571

11,706
1,250
11,578

11,706
1,250
11,594

11,706
1,250
11,607

104,704
387

104,694
386

104,675
378

105,443
365

105,948
362

106,060
359

105,793
355

106,233
351

107,446
395

7,931
584
685

4,505
232
577

4,558
219
619

4,989
281
594

3,631
248
675

14,132
274
652

12,173
209
663

9,591
298
815

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2 U S government securities1
3 Bought outright . . . .
4 Held under repurchase agreements
5 Federal agency securities
6 Bought outright
7 Held under repurchase agreements
8 Acceptances
....
9 Loans
•.
10 Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
.
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding ^

. ..
...

*£

oI

0
1,553
6,683
2,438

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation.
16 Treasury cash holdings.
Deposits, other than member bank reserves,
with Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury . .
18 Foreign
19 Other 3
.
20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital. . . .
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
Banks
,

2,398 .
454
660

!

3,821

3,805

4,021

4,235

3,728

4,294

3,987

4,167

3,701

29,256

26,886

29,690

30,135

25,438

24,505

30,559

31,965

22,575

1977
July 12

July 19

July 26

Aug. 2

Aug. 9

Aug. 16

Aug. 23

Aug, 30

Sept. 6

129,562

135,912

121,i>18

130,457

122,658

126,999

130,192

130,702

121,931

109,316
107,754
1,562
8,729
8,168
561
157
1,097
7,635
2,628

111,615
108,017
3,598
9,474
8,168
1,306
668
5,274
6,082
2,799

103,820
103,281
539
8,396
8,164
232
119
1,324
4,933
2,926

109,921
108,135
1,786
8,690
8,158
532
478
2,288
6,173
2,907

105,514
104,793
721
8,063
7,985
78
10
852
5,308
2,911

109,512
109,512
0
7,981
7,981
1,089
6,510
1,907

112,744
109,687
3,057
S.645
7,981
664
401
1,803
4,645
1,954

112,303
109,800
2,503
8,874
7,978
896
449
1,310
5,752
2,014

106,175
106,175
0
7,972
7,972
0
0
785
3,052
3,947

11,695
1,250
11,607

11,693
1,250
11,622

11,693
1,250
11,626

11,692
1,250
11,630

11,683
1,250
11,633

11,680
1,300
11,651

13,680
1,300
1)1,654

11,680
1,300
11,669

11,679
1,300
11,672

107,919
343

107,300
343

106,914
334

107,047
334

107,700
317

107,690
321

107,359
308

107,640
304

108,591
305

10,562
226
710

10,201
263
645

9,964
253
647

11,573
243
726

7,701
301
670

10,435
272
622

11,460
243
627

12,162
235
631

7,414
301
1,566

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

U S government securities *
Bought outright
.
...
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency securities
Bought outright . . .
...
Held under repurchase agreements
Acceptances
Loans
...
- ..
Float
Other Federal Reserve assets
...

....

12 Gold stock
....
13 Special drawins rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding 2 . ,
....

8

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings ,
Deposits, other than member bank reserves,
with Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
.
...
18 Foreign
19 Other".
20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital. . . .
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
Banks

12



3,930

4,150

4,211

3,650

3,690

3,855

4,201

4,421

3,644

30,424

37,576

23,765

31,457

26,845

28,435

30,628

29,957

24,762

2, Factors affecting member bank reserves—Continued

C. Wednesday figures—Continued
Millions of dollars

1977

Factor
Sept. 13

Sept. 20

Sept. 27

Oct. 4

Oct. 11

Oct. 18

Oct. 25

Nov. 1

126,356

128,955

135,484

130,818

138,120

133,340

136,766

135,222

108 975
108,067
908
7,996
7,950
46
23
566
6 380
2 416

109 824
109,824

7,950
7,950
0
0
2 032
6 788
2,361

116 363
113,259
3 104
9 138
7,950
1,188
753
1 158
5 742
2 330

112 460
112,278
182
8 020
7,941
79
216
1 505
6 051
2 566

116 838
113,660
3 178
9 169
7,941
1,228
611
8 266
2 560

112 522
112,522
0
7 941
7,941
0
0
1 660
8 581
2 636

117 535
114,489
3 046
9 123
7 938
1,185
724
1 796
4 850
2 738

114 544
111,868
2 676
8 951
7 932
1,019
405
1 789
6 317
3 216

11 668
1,300
11 683

11,668
1,300
11 683

11 668
1,300
11 695

11 668
1,300
11 700

11 667
1,300
11 708

11 655
1,300
11 735

11 655
1,300
11 749

11 655
1,300
11 755

108 684
306

108 150
297

107 985

108 566

109 568

109 271

109 063

109 503

7 880
285
592

12 997
337
660

13 543

12 162

253
559

272
545

3,819
29,441

4 671
26,494

4 312
33,197

3 904
29,733

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2 U S government securities l
3
Bought outright
.4
Held under repurchase agreements
5 Federal agency securities
6
Bought outright
7
Held under repurchase agreements
8 Acceptances
9 Loans
10 Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding 2

o

676

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
1 6 Treasury cash holdings
. . .
.
Deposits, other than member bank reserves, with Federal
Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Others
20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve Banks

297

304

308

398

294

289

15 084

15 348

11 748

14 322

4 109
32,893

4 253
27,954

4 653
34,831

4 575
30,425

300
533

252
554

257
624

244
573

19 77

Nov. 8

Nov. 15

Nov. 22

Nov. 29

Dec. 6

Dec, 13

Dec. 20

Dec. 27

123,511

127,622

131,955

132,830

123,783

129,046

130,778

137,791

107,253
107 253
0
7 932
7,932
0

108,114
108 114
0
7 932
7,932
0

3 421
4 122

783

1,258
8 042
2 276

111,203
110 878
325
8 092
7,932
160
383
933
9 146
2,198

114,110
112 110
2,000
8,524
7,899
625
370
1,270
6 151
2,405

104,361
104 361
0
7 899
7,899
0
0
586
8 473
2,464

110,558
110 558
0
7 896
7,896
0
0
472
7 619
2,501

107,104
107 104
0
7 896
7,896
0
0
504
10 932
4,342

1 1 1 , 639
109 583
2,056
9 165
7,896
1,269
444
3,110
8 812
4,621

1 1 , 649
1,300
11,761

1 1 , 642
1,300
11,778

11 , 642
1,300
11,799

1 1 , 642
1,300
11,804

1 1 , 640
1,300
11,810

11,635
1,300
11,822

11,611
1,300
11,822

11 671
1,300
1 1 , 846

110,656
217

1 1 1 , 277

1 1 1 , 820

112,327
273

112,729
271

113,477
271

114,075
250

115,227
241

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

U.S. Government securities *
Bought outright
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency securities
Bought outright
Held under repurchase agreements
Accep ta nces
Loans
Float
Other Federal Reserve assets

.

12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding 2

o

o

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
.
Deposits, other than member bank reserves, with Federal
Reserve Banks
17 Treasury .
.
18 Foreign
. .
19 Others
20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve Banks




277

275

7,989
249
652

7,557
313
448

6,153

285
565

7,236
275
479

2,169

1,869

204
582

4,500
275
582

3,540
285
613

3,913
24,484

4,144
28,327

4,279
33,320

4,584
32,402

3,796
28,648

4,285
33,116

4,499
31,329

4,704
37,999

367
553

13

2. Factors affecting member bank reserves—Continued
D. End-of-year and end-of-month figures
Millions of dollars

1974

Factor

197:5

.1976

1977

1974

1978
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
92,208

102,461

110,892

118,745

131,327

84,751

84,397

86,272

80 501
80,058
443
5 213
4,702
511
999
299
2,001
3,195

87,034
86,717
1 217
6 190
6 072
'l!8
1 126
211
3 688
3,312

97,021
93,268
3 753
7 072
6,794
278
991
25
2,601
3,182

102,819
100,918
1 901
8,455
8 004
451
954
265
3 810
2,442

1 10 , 562
109,478
1 084
8,029
7,896
133
587
1,174
6 432
4,543

78,240
78,240
0
1,927
1,927 !
0
68
961
2,226
1,329

78 237
78,237

69
720
2 412
958

o

79 483
78 360
1 123
2*308
2,123
185
296
1,820
1 287
1,078

11,652
400
9,253

1 1 , 599
500
10,218

1 1 , 598
1 200
10,810

11,718
1 250
11,331

11,671
1,300
11 831

11,567
400
8,740

11,567
400
8,775

11 567
400
8 813

15 Currency in circulation
. .
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than member bank reserves, with Federal
Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18
Foreign
19 Other *

79,743
185

86,547
483

93,717
460

103 811
392

114,645
240

69 , 880
344

70,493
332

71,196
341

3,113
418
1,275

7 285
353
1 ,090

10,393
352
1,357

7 114
379
1,187

4,196
368
1,256

2,844
392
657

2,016
542
679

1,373
366
673

20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . . .
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve Banks

2,935
25 843

2,968
26 052

3,063
25 158

3 292
26 870

4,275
31 152

3,101
28,241

3 091
27 989

3,262
29 838

1 Reserve Bank credit oustanding
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

1

U.S. government securities
Bought outright
.
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency securities
Bought outright
Held under repurchase agreements
Acceptances
Loans . ,
Float.
.
Other Federal Reserve assets

. .
. . .

12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding 8

...

o

2 001
2 001

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

19 74

Apr,

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
87,673

91,269

90,687

89,810

92,338

91,411

90,479

93,009

U.S. government securities1
Bought outright ,
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency securities
Bought outright
Held under repurchase agreements
Acceptances
Loans.
Float
Other Federal Reserve assets

80,007
79 313
694
2 654
2,436
218
216
1,747
1 736
1,313

81,395
80 156
1 239
3 263
2,621
642
373
3,298
1 925
1 ,015

80,484
79 788
696
3,128
2,858
270
304
3,210
2 297
1,264

78 103
78 103
0
3 585
3,585
0
218
3,589
2 631
1,684

81,131
81 131

SI ,035
81 035

79,351
79 351

3 820
3,820
0
277
4,320
1 522
1,268

4,011
4,011

504
2,920
1 460
1,481

4 Oil
4,011
0
218
1,122
2 335
3,442

80,998
80 129
869
4 711
4,342
369
611
1,225
2,565
2,899

12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding s

1 1 , 567
400
8,844

11 ,567
400
ft , 895

1 1 , 567
400
8,924

1 1 , 567
400
8,965

11,567
400
9,017

1 1 , 567
400
9,069

1 1 , 567
400
9,125

11,567
400
9,206

15 Currency in circulation
,
,
,
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than member bank reserves, with Federal
Reserve Banks
1 7 Treasury . . .
18
Foreign
. ...
19 Other«

72 233
298

7'J 199
296

73 833
274

74 373
269

74 926
287

74 856
304

75 899
294

77 789
306

2 813
517
697

3 133
429
667

2 919
384
762

3 822
330
1,169

3 303
372
654

1 209
411
718

787
376
815

1 495
626
799

20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve Banks

3 129
28,795

3,395
31,012

3,319
^30,086

3 403
27,376

3 532
30,247

3,685
29,266

3 504
29 , 895

3 303
29,860

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

,

o

o

o

5

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

14




2. Factors affecting member bank reserves—Continued
D. End-of-year and end-of-month figures—Continued
Millions of dollars

1974

1975

Factor

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

92,208

92,187

91,861

2 U.S. government securities .
....
3 Bought outright
4 Held under repurchase agreements
5 Federal agency securities
6 Bought outright
...
7 Held under repurchase agreements
8 Acceptances . . . . . .
...
9 Loans
10 Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets

80,501
80,058
443
5,213
4,702
511
999
299
2,001
3,195

81,344
80,388
956
4,790
4,688
102
966
103
1,466
3,518

81,086
79 169
1,917
5 330
4 983
347
993
77
1,370
3,005

12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding 2

11,652
400
9,253

11,635
400
9,305

79,743
185
3,113
418
1,275

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

92,537 101,880

96,712

95,926

92,758

93,588

98,461

81,418
81 418
0
5 190
5,190
0
665
60
2,132
3,072

87,846
83 623
4,223
6 071
5,189
882
1,185
1,539
1,942
3,297

85,622
83 862
1,760
5 407
5,091
316
865
24
1,811
2,984

84,749
84 580
169
5 146
5,085
61
682
561
1,791
2 r 997

81,883
81 883
0
5 083
5,083
685
177
1,734
3,196

o

82 , 546
81,281
1,265
5 486
5,396
90
840
231
1,473
3,012

86,998
83 926
3,072
6 082
5 789
293
948
283
891
3,259

11 621
400
9,371

11 620
400
9,453

11 620
400
9,531

11 620
500
9,669

11 620
500
9,687

11 620
500
9,769

11 598
500
9,851

11 599
500
9,934

76,343
250

76,834
254

78,062
307

78,443
301

79,782
373

81,196
364

81,475
350

81,912
364

81,707
390

3,540
391
748

2,884
409
901

4,269
402
709

8,363
270
573

7,036
310
1,159

5,773
373
701

2,675
369
686

2,349
342
776

8,075
324
616

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
1

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation . . . , . . , .
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than member bank reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury, . .
...
....
18 Foreign
19 Others
20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
Banks

2,935

3,415

3,326

3,120

3,452

3,396

3,354

3,354

3,311

3,472

25,843

28,839

28,644

27,139

32,028

26,445

25,976

25,740

26,484

25,913

May

Jyne

July

1976

1975
Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
99,612

98,303 102,461 103,180 101,481 103,401 105,926 103,228 110,679 104,385

87,184
84,251
2 933
6,242
6 073
169
1,047
73
1,127
3,939

85,137
85,137
0
6,072
6,072
0
727
45
3,070
3,252

87,934
86,717
1 217
6,190
6 072
118
1 126
211
3,688
3,312

89,971
85,538
4 433
6,617
6 312
305
1,230
66
1,620
3,676

88,990
87 , 747
1 243
6,677
6 607
70
1,051
52
1,649
3,062

89,753
87,293
2 460
6,894
6 607
287
883
54
2,110
3,707

91,814
87,861
3 953
6,739
6 607
'132
995
31
2,067
4,280

90,612
87 . 507
3,105
6,981
6,827
154
875
397
475
3,888

94,446
90,575
3,871
7,082
6,805
277
1,027
314
3,577
4,233

90,673
88,511
2 162
6,851
6 805
46
656
48
2,211
3,946

11,599
500
10,043

11,599
500
10,138

11,599
500
10,218

11,599
500
10,275

11,599
500
10,330

11,599
500
10,403

1 1 , 599
500
10,459

11,599
500
10,514

11,598
700
10,573

11,598
700
10,602

82,277
15 Currency in circulation
..
430
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than member bank reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
8,517
17 Treasury
297
18 Foreign
594
19
Other »

95 , 545
463

86,547
483

82,231
541

83,831
512

85,498
524

86,481
536

87,657
505

88,878
480

88,948
454

4,919
347
888

7,285
353
1,090

10,075
294
651

10,366
412
$09

7,144
305
796

9,806
305
762

6,745
303
679

11,972
349
847

8,739
295
953

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2 U.S. government securities *.
3 Bought outright
,
4 Held under repurchase agreements
5 Federal agency securities
. .
6 Bought outright
7 Held under repurchase agreements
8 Acceptances
9 Loans
. . . .
10 Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding 3

. .

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . . . 3,498
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
26 , 140
Banks




3,403

2,968

3,459

3,396

3,490

3,456

3,500

3,564

3,525

25,971

26,052

27,306

24,585

28,150

27 T 140

26,457

27,460

24,371

15

2. Factors affecting member bank reserves— Continued

D. End-of-year and end-of-month figures — Continued
Millions of dollars
'

1976

Factor
Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

1977
Nov.

Jan.

Dec,

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
107,470 111,464 108,839 104,741 110,892 107,253 108,413 i 199,468 114,406 111,838

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

U.S. government securities1
Bought outright
Held under repurchase agreements
Federal agency securities
....
Bought outright
Held under repurchase agreements
Acceptances
Loans . . .
.
..
Float
2
Other Federal Reserve assets
.

. . 94 030
89,882
4 148
6 919
6,778
141
808
....
64
1,984
. . . 3 665

96,427 95 839 91 660
91,648 93,278 91 ,'660
4 779 ' 2 561
0
6,857
7,080
6,836
6,757
6,757 ' 6,857
J
19
323
188
838
337
40
44
322
2,635
2,997
2,013
3,361
3 800
3 , 770

97,021 94,134
93,268 94,134
0
3,753 !
7,072
6,790
6,794
6,790
278 1
0
191
991
25
47
2,601
2,482
3,182
3,609

95,837
94,905
9?2
6,£ 4
6,7o7
77
322
24
2,595
2,791

95,987
95 , 547
440
6,785
6,731
54
280
271
3,286
2,859

99 967 97 394
97 , 993 96,560
1 974
834
7,087
7,201
7,077
7,077
124 l
10
108
881
379
400
3,993
2,735
3,243
2,856

11 598
700
10 645

11 598
800
10,742

11,598
1,200
10 738

11,598
1,200
10,779

1 1 , 598 11,658
1,200
1,200
10,810 10,865

11,650
1,200
10,884

11,636
1,200
10,939

11,636
1,200
10,984

1 1 , 629
1,200
11,026

89,494
15 Currency in circulation
412
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than member bank reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
..
10,795
254
18 Foreign
. .
19 Others
962

89,549
496

90,293
453

93,003
469

93,717
460

91,164
502

91,697
506

93,383
4M

93,960
439

95,606
433

13,296
393
1,024

10,238
362
953

6,766
305
1,022

10,393
352
1,357

11,397
383
642

12,179
362
856

7,150
349
637

13,628
305
591

5,838
436
831

12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding 2

...

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital. . . . 3,716
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
24,782
Banks

3,625

3,615

3,514

3,063

3,475

3,630

3,457

3,528

3,539

26,220

26,461

23,239

25,158

23,411

22,916

27,814

25,773

29,009

1977

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

1978
Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2 U.S. government securities1
3 Bought outright
... .
4 Held under repurchase agreements
5 Federal agency securities
6 Bought outright
7 Held under repurchase agreements
8 Acceptances
9 Loans
10 Float
.
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets

117,679 113,916 113,641 118,845 109,358 111,862 118,745 112,788 112,134 115,932
97,004
97,004

'./••< 758
4,083
2 939

98,450 101,577
98,450 99 , 890
1,687
6
7,982
8,193
7 982
7,929
264
0
0
770
332
304
2,732
3,499
1 899
2 328

11,718
1,250
11,331

11,718
1,250
11,180

11,718
1,250
11,396

98,711
96,381
2 330
7,768
7,423
345
393
788
2,543
3 713

98,436 104,715
97,357 102,405
2 310
1 079
7,505
7,639
7 354
7 329
310
151
482
131
1 265
1 069
2,067
3 842
2 462
2 873

11 620
1,200
11 081

11,595
1,200
11,119

11 *95
1,2,00
11 161

11 595
1,200
11,206

11 595 11,595
1,200
1,200
1 1 , 244 11,308

15 Currency in circulation
96,652
440
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than member bank reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
15,183
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
379
748
19 Others

97,048
426

97,943
440

97 , 823
434

98,900 101,856 103,811 100,819 101,369 102,39?.
413
392
387
397
388
393

8,789
469
578

6,115
535
679

15,740
382
853

12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding 2

94,597
94,597

96,477 102,819
94,438 100,918
1 901
2 039
7,460
8,455
8 004
7 329
131
451
954
248
926
265
4,632
3,810
2 119
2 442

102,239
98,163
4 076
8,003
7 423
610
621
260
3 604
2 922

o

7,329
7 329
0

o

923
3,945
2 564

8,004
8 004
' 0

o

11 ,718
1,25©
11,441

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital. .
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
Banks

16




6,398
425
715

2,562
416
719

7,114
379
1,187

11,228
422
871

3,615
445
698

4,705
352
740

3,616

3,606

3,623

3,659

3,704

3,675

3,292

4,109

3,933

3,860

24 562

26,912

28 262

23,953

22,84:

26,345

26,876

19,301

26,047

27,900

2. Factors affecting member bank reserves—Continued

D. End-of-year and end-of-month figures—Continued
Millions of dollars

1978

Factor

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

119,782

119,193

126,893

126,509

128,374

132,114

132,022

131,605

131,327

2 U S. government securities l
3 Bought outright
4 Helo under repurchase agreements
5 Federal agency securities
6 Bought outright
7 Held under repurchase agreements ...

103 500
102 768
732
8 064
7,929
135
290
1 750
°5,017
3,161

102,826
102 395
431
7,921
7,895
26
274
1,167
4,419
2,586

110,146
107 859
2,287
8,526
8,168
358
1,021
1,428
3,318
2,454

108 885
108 149
736
8,235
8,164
71
268
1,127
5,092
2,902

111 739
109 858
1,881
8 097
7,978
119
296
954
5,225
2,063

115 279
113 027
2,252
8,597
7,950
647
715
1,365
3,719
2,439

115 322
114 659
'663
8,065
7,938
127
236
1,207
4,436
2,756

113 305
113 305
0
7 899
7,899

0
813
7,238
2,350

o

110 562
109 478
1,084
8 029
7,896
133
587
1,174
6,432
4,543

11,718
1,250
11,482

11,718
1,250
11,526

11,706
1,250
11,565

11,693
1,250
11,592

11,679
1,300
11,641

11,668
1,300
11,683

11,655
1,300
11,731

11,642
1,300
11,790

11,671
1,300
11,831

15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than member bank reserves,
with Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury .
.
18 Foreign
19 Others

103,114
376

105,443
365

106,288
337

106 , 577
313

107,588
299

107,663
299

109,307
276

112,072
267

114,645
240

7.177
481
689

2 398
454
660

11,614
288
773

10,331
347
771

12.068
309
691

16,647
325
628

15,467
305
531

6,587
379
567

4,196
368
1,256

20 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
21 Member bank reserves with Federal Reserve
Banks

'4,080

4,235

4,193

4,247

4,329

4,372

4,560

4,545

4,275

28,321

30,135

27,920

28,461

27,705

26,830

26,260

31,919

31,152

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS

9 Loans
10 Float
U Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding 2 ,
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS




17

3. Reserves and borrowings of member banks
A. Annual and monthly averages

1

Millions of dollars

Reserve classification

1974

1975

1976

1977

1974

1978
Jan.

All member banks
Reserves
At Federal Reserve Banks
Currency and coin
Total held
Required
Excess
..
.
Borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks
6 Total
7 Seasonal
. . . .

16
17
18
19

Alt other banks
20 Reserves held
21 Required
22 Excess
23 Borrowings

29 , 396
7,192
36 655
36,419
236

28,574
6,601
35 242
35,053
189

28,450
6,450
34 966
34,790
176

2 054
' 85

.

.

....

......

195
23

84
18

465
55

876
119

1 044
18

1 186
17

7 346
7*326
20
665

7 043
7 022
21
49

6 637
6 603
34
20

6 333
6,312
21
66

6 492
6,496
_4
76

7 355
7,290
65
135

1 920
l'917
3
32

1 841
1^840
1
7

1 673
1,667
6
6

1 637
1 631
' 6
10

1 701
1,693
g
14

13 126
13 104
22
52

12 722
12,682
40
15

13 352
13,253
99
193

13 575
13,447
128
644

........

.

Other large banks
Reserves held
Required
Excess
Borrowings. . .
...

28,383
9,526
37 987
37,811
176

27,790
7,237
35 028
34 845
'183

13 610
13 600
10
713

Large banks in New York City
8 Reserves held
9 Required
,
10 Excess
1 1 Borrowings . . . .
.
. ...
Large banks in Chicago
12 Reserves held
13 Required, .
14 Excess
1 5 Borrowings .

Mar.

29 670
6 781
36 481
36 1 290
191

1
2
3
4
5

26,207 26 506
7 978° 8,693
34*336 35 320
34 103 34,983
'233
337

Feb.

13 018
12,879
139
87

13 304
13,151
153
43

13 998
13,787
211
196

Apr.

469
402
929
771
158

29 861
6,600
36,519
36 325
194

1 352
32

1 714
50

2 580
104

6 923
6,872
51
87

6 787
6,766
21
113

7 060
7 041
19
114

7 222
7 242
-20
772

1 808
1,852
44
17

1 679
1,698
-19
18

1 639
1,700
-61
65

1 917
1 848
69
41

1 918
1 889
29
20

14 593
14,560
33
322

13 666
13,674
-8
549

13 112
13,163
-51
635

13 066
13,023
43
689

13 329
13 387
-58
987

13 683
13,687
_4
939

15 201
15,062
139
464

13 759
13,603
156
343

13 461
13! 320
141
446

13,408
13,301
107
485

13 565
13,495
70
572

13 638
13,507
131
849

1974

29
6
35
35

May

1975

June
All member banks
Reserves
At Federal Reserve Banks.
Currency and coin,
Total held
Required
Excess
Borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks
6 Total
7 Seasonal

1
2
3
4
5

i ..

....

. .

17 Required
18 Excess
19 Borrowings.

...

....

All other banks
20 Reserves held
21 Required
22 Excess.
23 Borrowings

18



.
.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

29,672
6 668
36,390
36 259
131

30,514
6 824
37,338
37 161
177

30,264
6 765
37,029
36 851
178

30,156
6 920
37,076
36 885
191

29,985
6 811
36,796
36 705
91

29,898
6 939
36!837
36,579
258

29,767
7,174
36,941
36,602
339

29,713
7,779
37,492
37,556
-64

28,503
7 062
35,565
35 333
232

27,948
6,831
34,779
34,513
266

3 308
'149

3 351
165

3 287
139

1 793
117

1 285
67

703
32

390
13

147
10

106
7

7 236
7 262
-26
1,303

Large banks in Chicago
12 Reserves held
.
13 Required
Other large banks

Sept.

c

Large banks in New York City
8 Reserves held
.
.
9 Required
10 Excess
1 1 Borrowings

15 Borrowings . .

Aug.

3 000
'130

. ,

July

....

...

7 655
7 610
' 45
1,457

7 501
7 559
-58
1 ,464

7 658
7 525
133
1,662

7,409
7 458
-49
502

7,549
7 557
-8
257

7,825
7 693
132
80

7,977
8,096
-119
156

7,429
7 398
31
37

7,219
7 166
53
22

1 934
1 942
-8
51

2 033
2 014
' 19
70

2 024
2 018
<;
2-(

2 066
2*046
20
17

2,062
2 080
-18
36

1,969
1,931
38
14

1,978
1,973
18

2,074
2,090
-16
16

1,979
1,962
17
10

1,900
1,880
20
10

13,662
13 636
' 26
799

13,893
13 905
-12
848

13, 862
13 784
78
860

13,753
13,830
-77
792

13,768
13,732
36
569

13,714
13,624
90
566

13,760
13,721
39
323

14,013
14,104
-91
87

13,336
13,295
41
29

13,036
12.980
56
28

13 508
13,419
89
847

13 757
13,632
125
933

13 642
13,490
152
1,004

13 599
13,484
115
816

13 557
13,435
122
686

13,605
13,467
138
448

13,378
13,215
163
282

13,428
13,266
162
131

12 821
12,678
143
71

12,624
12,487
137
46

3. Reserves and borrowings of member banks *—Continued

A. Annual and monthly averages—Continued
Millions of dollars

1975

Reserve classification

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

28,264
6 870
35 134
35 014
120

25,576
6 916
34 492
34 493
-1

28,007
6,969
34 976
34 428
548

27,442
7,213
34 655
34 687
-32

27,183
7,299
34 482
34,265
217

27,215
7 431
34 646
34 447
199

110
7

60
9

271
11

261
17

211
38

Large banks in New York City
8 Reserves held
9
Required
10 Excess
11 Borrowings

7,275
7 243
32
25

6,982
7 010
-28
24

6,986
6 844
142
90

6,842
6 864
-22
54

Large banks in Chicago
12 Reserves held
13 Required
14 Excess
15 Borrowings

1 845
1,868
-23
14

1,815
1,836
-21
0

1 868
1,821
47
2

13,162
13,166
-4
38

12,862
12,951
-89
13

12 852
12,737
115
33

12,833
12,696
137
23

All member banks
Reserves
At Federal Reserve Banks
Currency and coin
Total held .
Required
Excess
Borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks
6 Total
7 Seasonal
1
2
3
4
5

Other large banks
16 Reserves held . .
17 Required
1 8 Excess . . .
19 Borrowings
All other banks
20 Reserves held . .
21 Required
22 Excess
23 Borrowings

.
..

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

27,254
7 313
34 567
34'411
156

27,215
7 356
34 571
34281
*290

27 215
7 773
34 991
34*727
*264

396
61

191
65

61
28

127
13

6,737
6,755
-18
14

6 751
6 734
17
68

6,750
6 708
' 42
31

6 770
6 720
50
7

6 812
6 748
' 64
63

1,764
1,788
-24
23

1,766
1,761
5
1

1,805
1,778
27

1,759
1,782
-23
0

1 788
1,754
34
0

1 740
I 758
-18
0

13,163
12,946
217
114

12,927
13,045
-118
62

12,939
12,841
98
51

12,945
12,922
23
141

12,940
12,937
3
32

12 955
12,913
42
5

13 249
13,160
89
26

12,959
12,817
142
65

13,122
12,990
132
122

13,040
12,908
132
145

13,145
13,013
132
185

13,118
12,984
134
128

13 058
12,894
164
49

13 190
13,061
129
38

1976
Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept,

26 995
8,445
35,575
35,366
209

26 168
7,646
33,953
33 939
14

26 366
7,456
33,967
33 531
436

26 345
7,568
34,063
33,974
89

26,236
7,838
34,228
33,846
382

25,711
7,903
33,774
33,657
117

25,933
8,064
34,146
34,076
70

26 001
7,989
34,141
33,844
297

25 708
8 113
33,979
33 692
287

79
9

76
11

58
8

44
11

121
11

120
20

123
24

104
27

75
31

7,344
7,292
52
9

6 711
6,858
-147
20

6,846
6,669
177
21

6,670
6,668
2
0

6,672
6,659
13
29

6,546
6,524
22
26

6,507
6,548
-41
37

6,559
6,501
58
28

6,372
6,308
64
22

1,757
1,775
-18
17

1,688
1,702
-14
1

1,729
1,693
36
2

1,702
1,706
~4
8

1,578
1,647
-69
2

1,767
1,676
91
7

1,672
1,690
-18
13

1,684
1,625
59
6

1,615
1,617
-2
3

13,228
13,225
3
13

12,612
12,614
-2
16

12,527
12,419
108
14

12,597
12,644
-47
15

12,829
12,532
297
33

12,3t8
12,443
-125
22

12,633
12,660
-27
11

12,610
12,549
61
20

12,584
12,521
63
3

13,246
13,074
172
40

12,942
12,765
177
39

12,865
12,750
115
21

13,094
12,956
138
21

13,149
13,008
141
57

13,143
13,014
129
65

13,334
13,178
156
62

13,288
13,169
119
50

13,408
13,246
162
47

Jan.

1
2
3
4

All member banks
Reserves
At Federal Reserve Banks
Currency and coin
Total held
Required .
.

.

.
. . . .

Borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks
6 Total
7 Seasonal
...
.
Large banks in New York City
8 Reserves held
9 Required
....
10 Excess
11 Borrowings

..
..

Large banks in Chicago
12 Reserves held
1 3 Required
14 Excess . . .
15 Borrowings

.

Other large banks
16 Reserves held
17 Required
.
18 Excess
19 Borrowings
20
21
22
23

All other banks
Reserves held
Required
Excess
Borrowings . ...




"

....

..

19

3. Reserves and borrowings of member banks *—Continued
A. Annual and monthly averages—Continued
Millions of dollars

1976

Reserve classification

Nov.

Dec,

Jan,

26 127
8,025
34 305
34,116

26 458
8,180
34 797
34 433

26 430
8,548
35 136
34*964

27 229
8,913
36 290
35 796

66
32

84
21

62
12

6 374
6,346

6 589
6,485

1,648
1,635

1,621
1 602

Oct.
All member banks
Reserves
At Federal Reserve Banks . .
Currency and coin
Total held
Required .
.
..
...
Excess ...
Borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks
6 Total
7 Seasonal
,
1
2
3
4
5

189

Large banks in New York City
8 Reserves held
9 Required . . .
10 Excess
11 Borrowings . .
..

28
0

Large banks in Chicago
12 Reserves held
13 Required .
1 4 Excess
15 Borrowings
Other large banks
16 Reserves held
17 Required
18 Excess
19 Borrowings

1977

. . . . . . .
....

13
3

364

104
36

19
0

Mar.

Apr,

May

June

25 725
8,326
34 199
34 234

25 849
8,134
34 135
33*870

26 096
8,368
34 613
34 602

25 970
8,610
34 732
34 460

25 646
8,609
34 406
34*293

61
8

79
12

110
13

73
14

200
31

262
55

6 320
6 , ()02

7 076
6,948

6 442
6,537

6,331
6,259

6 264
6,351

6,310
6,279

6 241
6,188

1,632
1,641

1,731
1,698

1,624
1 624

1,610
1,611

1,629
1 634

1,637
1,634

1,662
1,627

172

-82
15

-9
4

494

128
6

33
2

Feb.

-35

-95
47

0
0

265

72
44

U

-87
16

3

* -5

.

.

.

.

...

.

.

12,779
12,705

13,090
13 110

13,067
12,996

12,869
12,943

13,579
13,429

..

12,683
12 765

13,698
13 544

13.867
13,668

13,927
13,723

13,450
13 308

13,415
13,295

13,630
13,507

13,718
13,551

13,634
13,535

150
46

154
41

199
29

129
25

204
28

-82
4

142
28

74
29

120
34

-20
23

123
34

Dec.

26,933
8,820
35 , 860
35,521

26 783
8,932
35 782
35,647

27,057
9,351
36,471
36,297

28,129
9,980
18 185

'101

634
112

1,319

114

840
83

6,359
6 342

6,272
6 247

(5,025
6 022

6,175
6,120

1 573
1 606

1 653
1 622
' 31

1 655
1 634
' 21

1 666
1 656

12

10
24

13 290
13 270
' 20

13,362
13 355

13 711
13 598

13 607
13 602

530

7
183

13,971
13 848
'123

14,114
£3,954

14,308
14,147

14,387
14,261

26 663
8^622
35 391
35,043

26 373
8,712
35 186
34 ',987

26,152
8,887
35 156
34,965

336
60

I 071

Large banks in New York City
8 Reserves held
9
Required
10 Excess
1 1 Borrowings
Large banks in Chicago
12 Reserves held
13 Required
14 Excess
15 Borrowings
Other large banks
16 Reserves held
...
17 Required
18 Excess
19 Borrowings ,

..

Jan.

Nov.

Oct.

All member banks
Reserves
At Federal Reserve Banks .
Currency and coin
Total held
.
Required
Excess ,
Borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks
Total. . . .
...
Seasonal

•

348

17
74

-33
6

•
...

13,438
13 286

152
79

14,021
13,809

212
177

199

25
157

5

379

191

3
75

160
364

71
62

167
116

-74
80

99
131

1978

Sept.

20

35
15

13,556
13 427

64
14

Aug.




4

13,117
13 053

87
7

July

All other banks
20 Reserves held
21 Required
22 Excess.
23 Borrowings

53
36

12,889
12 802

-2
17

1977

6
7

31
18

113

12,704
12 706

,.

All other banks
20 Reserves held
21 Required .
22 Excess
2 3 Borrowings .

1
2
3
4
5

272

339

55
133

113
681

161
481

Feb.

Mar.

;n,880

27,337
9,320
36,738
36,605

27,155
8,992
36,231
35,925

558
54

481
32

405
52

344
47

6,181
6 175

6,244
6,279

6,804
6 775

6,563
6,584

6,276
6,193

1 607
1 609

1 593
l'613

1 733
1 684
' 49

1 623
I 633

1,629
1 620

14

-10
0

13,993
13 931

14 487
14 504

13 867
13 861

13,729
13,662

14,641
14,474

15,161
14,917

14,685
14 527

14,597
14,450

135

6
132

-2
23

5
355

126
330

174

-35
48

-20
26

62
243

167
241

305

29
77

-17
164

244
226

133

-21
12

6
150

158
243

306

83
21

9
11

67
92

147
220

3, Reserves and borrowings of member banks '—Continued

A. Annual and monthly averages—Continued
Millions of dollars

1978

Reserve classification

Apr.

Large banks in New York City
8 Reserves held
9 Required
.
10 Excess
1 1 Borrowings
12
13
14
15

Large banks in Chicago
Reserves held
.
Required
Excess
Borrowings

Other large banks
16 Reserves held
17 Required. .
18 Excess
19 Borrowings, . . . . .
All other banks
20 Reserves held
21 Required
22 Excess
23 Borrowings




..
.. . ..
....

,

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

27,890
9 151
37,119
36,867
252

27 840
9 345
37,262
37 , 125
137

28 570
9 542
38,189
38,049
140

28,079
9 512
37,666
37,404
262

28,010
9 605
37,689
37,614
75

28,701
9 654
38^434
38,222
212

29 853
9 794
39^728
39,423
305

31 158
10 330
4l!572
41 447
125

539
43

. ..

June

27,776
9 028
36^880
36,816
64

All member banks
Reserves
At Federal Reserve Banks. . .
Currency and coin
Total held
Required
Excess
Borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks
6 Total
7 Seasonal
...
1
2
3
4
5

May

1,227
93

1,111
120

1,286
143

1,147
188

1,068
191

1,261
221

722
185

874
134

6,247
6 320
-73
61

6,315
6,236
79
113

6,341
6 376
-35
54

6,606
6 581
25
129

6,334
6,290
44
58

6,182
6,251
-69
78

6,428
6 349
79
157

6,682
6 658
24
48

7,120
7 243
-123
99

1 670
l'686
-16
11

1,697
1 669
28
19

1,668
1 670
-2
20

1,708
1 707
1
20

1,648
1 646
2
3

1,655
1 650
5
35

1,672
1 649
23
14

1,791
1 765
26
4

1,907
1 900
7
10

14 135
14,077
58
249

14,106
14,079
27
500

14,250
14,225
25
536

14 553
14,569
-16
499

14,502
14,423
79
417

14,564
14,541
23
363

14,862
14,867
-5
408

15,547
15,447
100
194

16,446
16,342
104
276

14,828
14 733
' 95
218

15,001
14 883
118
595

15,003
14 854
149
501

15,322
15 192
130
638

15,182
15 045
137
669

15,288
15 172
116
592

15,472
15 357
115
682

15,708
15 553
155
476

16,099
15 962
'137
489

21

3, Reserves and borrowings of member banks l—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures
Millions of dollars
1978, week ending

Reserve classification

Jan. 4

Large banks in Chicago
12 Reserves held
13 Required.
14 Excess
.
15 Borrowings.

.

Other large banks
1 6 Reserves held ,
17 Required
18 Excess
19 Borrowings
All other banks
20 Reserves held
21 Required
22
Excess
23 Borrowings

f

Feb. 1

Feb. 8

Feb. 15

Feb. 22

Mar. 1

Mar. 8

Mar. 15

28,422
9,421
37,902
37,615
287

27,629
9,536
37,240
36,935
305

29,077
10,678
39,834
39,573
261

27,893
10,119
38,091
37,776
315

27,479
9,893
37,450
37,292
158

27,423
9,803
37,304
36,934
370

27,298
9,723
37,098
36,913
185

28,035
8,554
36,672
36,380
292

26,961
9,085
36,132
36,012
120

26,468
9,111
35,664
35,400
264

26,338
9,558
35,981
35,850
131

506
31

442
26

418
27

592
36

470
44

493
49

281
49

446
53

391
58

395
47

248
41

6,641
6,517
124
27

7,437
7,473
-36
0

6,566
6,563
3
211

6,606
6,558
48
0

6,667
6,630
-13
14

6,687
6,683
4
36

6,734
6,692
42
0

6,213
6,233
-20
11

5,964
5,990
-26
77

6,420
6,334
86
5

1,774
1,693
81
0

1,549
1,596
-47
14

1,866
1,835
31
29

1,643
1,661
-18
19

1,630
1,630
0
0

1,685
1,668
17
0

1,701
1,702
-1
0

1,591
1,589
2
0

1,550
1,565
-15
49

1,573
1,559
14
0

1,628
1,621
7
0

14,150
14,118
32
204

15,211
15,181
30
211

14,526
14,490
36
138

14,185
14,239
-54
178

14,151
13,962
189
237

14,047
14,092
-45
70

13,671
13,595
76
177

13,692
13,719
-27
60

13,607
13,476
131
82

13,432
13,537
-105
83

15,045
14,824
221
276

..

Jan. 25

14,443
14,399
44
129

Large banks in New York City
8 Reserves held
9 Required
.
10 Excess
11 Borrowings.
..

Jan. 18

6,640
6,699
-59
101

All member banks
Reserves
At Federal Reserve Banks
Currency and coin
Total held
Required
Excess .
Borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks
6 Total .
..
7 Seasonal

1
2
3
4
5

Jan, 11

14,900
14,704
196
197

15,320
15,084
236
178

15,356
15,062
294
224

15,029
14,865
164
292

14,801
14,624
177
242

14,663
14,436
227
175

14,676
14,504
172
269

14,677
14,495
182
271

14,520
14,375
145
236

14,501
14,358
143
160

1978, week ending

Mar. 22 Mar. 29

Apr. 5

Apr. 12 Apr: 19 Apr. 26

May 3

May 10 May 17 May 24 May 31

27,725
8,458
36,267
36,119
148

27,539
8,842
36,463
36,215
248

'27,552
8,935
36,566
36,291
275

26,471
9,356
35,904
35,916
-12

28,790
8,874
37,740
37,435
305

28,093
8,794
36,963
37,020
-57

28,600
9,247
37,923
37,608
315

27,589
9,515
37,183
37,000
183

28,124
9,192
37 , 395
37,389
6

27,748
8,639
36,465
36,218
247

27,635
9,215
36,928
36,529
399

280
47

385
52

304
45

171
37

238
35

809
49

1,664
61

1,688
74

866
93

701
103

1,399
115

Large banks in New York City
8 Reserves held
9 Required
10 Excess
11 Borrowings

6,200
6,229
-29
0

6,258
6,199
59
0

6,220
6,241
-21
0

6.16&
6,114
54
0

6,654
6,700
-46
0

6,210
6,173
37
59

6,393
6,370
23
301

6,184
6,157
27
150

6,530
6,596
-66
37

6,079
5,972
107
0

6,225
6,161
64
214

Large banks in Chicago
12 Reserves held . . .
....
13 Required
,.
14 Excess
15 Borrowings

1,641
1,648
-7
0

1,712
1,648
64
0

1,683
1,660
23
0

l,63i!
1,650
-12
0

1,787
1,785
2
41

1,633
1,631

1,685
1,656
29
9

1,747
1,754

1

1,706
1,702
4
81

0

1,628
1,612
16
0

1,636
1,638
-2
0

13,858
13,748
110
75

13,845
13,830
15
128

13,956
13,827
129
79

13,620
13,766
-146
55

14,500
14,293
207
62

14,015
14,173
-158
521

14,530
14,391
139
714

14,208
14,179
29
828

14,152
14,201
-49
327

13,909
13,841
68
179

14,097
13,951
146
537

14,568
14,494
74
205

14,648
14,538
110
257

14,707
14,563
144
225

14,478
14,386
92
116

14,799
14,657
142
135

15,105
15,145
62
228

15,294 15,106
15,135 i 15,008
149
98
701
568

14,966
14,838
128
502

14,849
14,793
56
522

14,970
14,779
191
648

All member banks
Reserves
At Federal Reserve Banks
Currency and coin
Total held
Required
Excess
Borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks
6 Total
7 Seasonal
...
..

1
2
3
4
5

16
17
18
19

Other large banks
Reserves held
Required . . . . . .
Excess .
Borrowings

All other banks
20 Reserves held
21 Required
22 Excess
23 Borrowings

22



..
..

..

...

....

3. Reserves and borrowings of member banks l—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures—Continued
Millions of dollars
1978, week ending

Reserve classification
June 7

June 14 June 21 June 28

JulyS

July 12

July 19

July 26

Aug. 2

Aug. 9

26,844
9,391
36,313
36,264
49

27,560
9,518
37,155
37,042
113

28,632
9,034
37,742
37,516
226

28,038
9,38-9
37,503
37,335
168

29,457
9,513
39,043
38,324
719

26,978
9,761
36,810
37,037
-227

30,337
9,080
39,488
39,116
372

28,362
9,565
38,004
38,041
-37

28,101
9,881
38,058
37,705
353

27,194
9,890
37,159
37,144
15

645
111

793
106

1,194
123

1,716
134

1,193
137

903
131

1,589
138

1,462
151

1,438
162

878
179

Large banks in New York City
8 Reserves held . .
9 Required
...
10 Excess . . . .
11 Borrowings

6,061
6,105
-44
0

6,657
6,653
4
54

6,459
6,443
16
63

6,276
6,229
47
116

6,816
6,630
186
0

6,188
6,310
-122
0

7,202
7,122
80
362

6,352
6,428
-76
9

6,432
6,370
62
327

6,267
6,255
12
0

Large banks in Chicago
12 Reserves held
13 Required
14 Excess
15 Borrowings

1,699
1,694
5
0

1,690
1,697

1,597
1,588
9
2

1,784
1,727
57

1,594
1,616
22
19

1,844
1,843

~22

1,693
1,686
7
61

69

1,688
1,679
9
0

1,654
1,663
-9

1,646
1,637
9
0

13,808
13,837
-29
247

14,087
14,116
-29
335

14,499
14,396
103
630

14,410
14,425
-15
905

14,911
14,671
240
491

13,997
14,169
-172
437

15,137
14,964
173
515

14,496
14,555
-59
696

14,630
14,496
134
409

14,206
14,318
-112
305

14,745
14,628
117
398

14,721
14,576
145
382

15,091
14,991
100
440

15,220
15,093
127
693

15,532
15,296
236
700

15,031
14,942
89
447

15,305
15,187
118
643

15,468
15,379
89
757

15,342
15,176
166
695

15,040
14,934
106
573

Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27

Oct. 4

Oct. 11

Oct. 18

All member banks
Reserves
At Federal Reserve Banks
Currency and coin
Total held
Required
Excess
Borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks
6 Total
7 Seasonal
..
1
2
3
4
5

16
17
18
19

Other large banks
Reserves held
Required
Excess
Borrowings

All other banks
20 Reserves held
2 1 Required
22 Excess
2 3 Borrowings

.

. . .

.

. . .

1978, week ending
Aug. 16 Aug. 23 Aug. 30

AH member banks
Reserves
At Federal Reserve Banks
Currency and coin
Total held
Required . . . .
Excess
Borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks
6 Total
7 Seasonal
.

28,007
9,790
37,872
37,549
323

Large banks in New York City
8 Reserves held
9 Required
10 Excess
1 1 Borrowings
Large banks in Chicago
12 Reserves held
13 Required
14 Excess
15 Borrowings
16
17
18
19

Other large banks
Reserves held
Required
Excess
Borrowings

All other banks
20 Reserves held
21 Required
22 Excess
23 Borrowings




.

,

.

.....

28,455
8,777
37,307
37,316
-9

28,256
9,474
37,804
37,535
269

27,947
9,578
37,600
37,295
305

27,189
9,973
37,236
37,123
113

28,492
8,896
37,462
37,287
175

28,525
9,842
38,441
38,218
223

28,890
9,940
38,905
38,746
' 159

27,890
10,031
37,997
37,647
350

29, 177
9,500
38,756
38,875
-119

963
182

1
2
3
4
5

1,606
192

1,023
204

1,165
187

510
175

925
189

1,560
204

1,286
208

1,239
205

1,250
219

6,419
6,480
-61
41

6,287
6,207
80
25

6,158
6,198
-40
66

6,378
6,281
97
143

6,106
6,172
-66
0

6,211
6,119
92
6

6,249
6,307
-58
113

6,586
6,551
35
174

6,22
6,209
16
263

6,650
6,730
-80
226

1,658
1,668
-10
0

1,610
1,609

1,669
1,669
0
9

1,699
1,684
15
0

1,616
1,621
-5
134

1,693
1,618
75
4

1,681
1,677
4
6

1,613
1,612
1
3

1,741
1,742

4

1,662
1,662
0
0

14,635
14,446
189
338

14,246
14,395
-149
846

14,689
14,526
163
158

14,372
14,336
36
379

14,376
14,356
20
123

14,392
14,407
-15
210

14,892
14,799
93
727

15,045
15,091
-46
424

14,850
14,652
198
435

14,901
15,038
-137
397

15,160
14,955
205
584

15,164
15,105
59
731

15,295
15,149
146
799

15,181
15,009
172
634

15,055
14,911
144
387

15,243
15,140
103
575

15,607
15,494
113
716

15,557
15,427
130
682

15,309
15,174
135
538

15,464
15,365
99
591

~36

23

3. Reserves and borrowings of member banks '—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures—Continued
Millions of dollars
1978, week ending

Reserve classification

Oct. 25

Nov. 1

Nov. 8

Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29

Dec. 6

Dee. 13 Dec. 20 Dec. 27

28,887
9,101
38,068
37,749
319

28,467
9,861
38,408
38,295
113

27,777
10,071
37,927
37,586
341

27,759
10,132
37,974
37,729
245

32,085
9,144
41,312
41,162
150

31,416
9,785
41 ,283
41,130
153

31,328
10,056
41,465
41,138
327

10,843
41,802
40,911
152

31,715
10,006
41,416
41,565
237

31,018
10,258
41,357
41,802
-55

1,313
235

1,305
233

696
191

633
188

604
182

792
180

698
150

591
131

568
131

1,413
131

6,100
6,026
74
75

6,286
6,313
-27
99

6,240
6,199
41

6,222
6,257
-35
102

7,170
7,162
8
4

6,968
6,980
-12
31

7,300
7,236
64

7,122
7,130
-8

7,391
7,300
91

6,871
7,025
-154
330

1,569
1,569

1,621
1(603
18
9

1,605
1,587
18

1,997
1,985
12
2

1,886
1,881
5
6

1,891
1,913
-22

1,862
1,867

12

1,659
1,660
-1
10

10

1,945
1,950
-5
6

1,883
1,849
34
29

. . . .

14,868
14,738
130
428

14,888
14,877
11
349

14 , 740
14,621
119
191

14,812
14,758
54
137

16,136
16,145
-9
169

16,323
16,255
68
236

16,206
16,093
113
176

16,174
16,133
41
193

16,383
16,377
6
106

16,391
16,439
-48
488

. .

15,531
15,416
115
798

15,575
15,445
130
847

15,326
15,163
163
496

15,335
15,127
208
394

16,009
15,870
139
429

16,106
16,014
92
519

16,068
15,896
172
522

15,905
15,781
124
388

16,083
15,938
145
456

16,212
16,099
113
566

All member banks
Reserves
At Federal Reserve Banks
Currency and coin
Total held
Required
Excess
Borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks
6 Total
7 Seasonal
•
....
1
2
3
4
5

Large banks in New York City
8 Reserves held
.
9
Required
10 Excess. . .
1 1 Borrowings
Large banks in Chicago
12 Reserves held
13 Required, ,
14 Excess
15 Borrowings
Other large banks
16 Reserves held
1 7 Required
18 Excess. . .
19 Borrowings
All other banks
20 Reserves held
21 Required
22 Excess . .
23 Borrowings

24



.

,

.

. .

30,139 ;

4. Federal funds transactions of 46 money market banks 1
Millions of dollars except as noted
1978, week ending Wednesday

Type

Jan. 4
Basic reserve position
1 Excess reserves 2
LESS:
2 Borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks
3 Net interbank federal funds transactions
EQUALS: Net surplus, or deficit ( — )
4 Amount
5 Percent of average required reserves
Interbank federal transactions
Gross transactions
6 Purchases
7 Sales
8 Two-way transactions a
Net transactions
9 Purchases of net buying banks
10 Sales of net selling banks

.

Related transactions with U.S. government
securities dealers
1 1 Loans to dealers 4
12 Borrowings from dealers 6
13 Net loans

Jan. 11

Jan. 18

Jan. 25

Feb. 1

Feb. 8

Feb. 15

Feb. 22

Mar. 1

84

86

37

57

3

170

122

117

4

156
15,135

129
20,710

128
20,198

277
18,005

76
15,436

221
18,143

54
18,273

102
17,604

50
16,450

-15,207 -20,754 -20,290 -18,225 -15,508 -18,193 -18,204 -17,589 -16,496
94.4
132.5
115.9
114.0
98.3
115.2
113.4
114.0
108.6
25,020
9,885
6,092

28,330
7,620
5,221

27,896
7,698
5,511

24,683
6,678
5,575

22,456
7,020
5,351

25,246
7,103
5,671

25,118
6,845
5,990

25,101
7,497
6,078

23,555
7,106
5,364

18,928
3,794

23,110
2,400

22,385
2,188

19,108
1,102

17,105
1,669

19,575
1,432

19,128
855

19,024
1,420

18,191
1,741

4,004
1,693
2,312

5,050
1,462
3,588

2,912
1,776
1,136

4,006
2,340
1,666

4,451
2,462
1,990

3,719
2,091
1,628

4,308
1,946
2,362

2,937
2,474
464

2,891
1,899
993

Apr. 12

Apr. 19

Apr. 26

May 3

1978, week ending Wednesday

Mar. 8
Basic reserve position
1 Excess reserves 2
LESS:
2 Borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks
3 Net interbank federal funds transactions
EQUALS: Net surplus, or deficit (— )
4
Amount
5 Percent of average required reserves
Interbank federal funds transactions
Gross transactions
6 Purchases
7 Sales
8 Two-way transactions 8
Net transactions
9 Purchases of net buying banks
10 Sales of net selling banks
Related transactions with U.S. government
securities dealers
1 1 Loans to dealers 4
12 Borrowings from dealers 5
13 Net loans

Mar. 15

Mar. 22

Mar. 29

109

4

26

144

282

36

107

-24

73

77
18,764

4
19,309

6
19,027

42
14,849

16
17,322

7
22,865

41
20,233

300
17,699

517
15,412

Apr. 5

-18,732 -19,309 -19,007 -14,748 -17,056 -22,826 -20,167 -18,023 -15,856
126.8
127.2
124.3
96.7
150.2
124.4
117.0
100.5
112.0
26,121
7,357
5,531

25,498
6,639
4,673

26,936
7,909
4,920

23,573
8,724
5,419

25,649
8,327
6,011

29,580
6,726
5,734

27,442
7,209
5,547

24,398
6,699
5,310

23,201
7,789
5,900

20,590
1,827

21,275
1,967

22,016
2,989

18,155
3,306

19,638
2,316

23,846
992

21,859
1,662

19,088
1,389

17,300
1,888

4,120
1,787
2,333

4,601
1,757
2,844

3,360
2,184
1,176

2,147
2,780
-633

3,360
2,428
932

4,095
2,014
2,081

3,508
2,049
1,458

3,371
2,575
796

3,047
2,776
272

June 21

June 28

1978, week ending Wednesday
June 7

June 14

July 5

May 10

Basic reserve position
1 Excess reserves ^
.
LESS:
2 Borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks
3 Net interbank federal funds transactions
EQUALS: Net surplus, or deficit ( — )
4 Amount
5 Percent of average required reserves
Interbank federal funds transactions
Gross transactions
6 Purchases
7 Sales
§ Xwo-way transactions ^
Net transactions
9 Purchases of net buying banks
10 Sales of net selling banks
Related transactions with U.S. government
securities dealers
1 \ Loans to dealers *
12 Borrowings from dealers "
. . . .
13 Net loans




May 17

May 24

May 31

153

-17

166

231

49

-73

62

89

385

373
16,842

255
16,017

10
15,489

580
13,660

3
19,719

146
18,714

355
16,395

339
12,688

168
12,149

-17,062 -16,290 -15,333 -14,009 -19,673 -18,932 -16,688 -12,938 -11,932
73.3
82.7
104.7
91.8
129.3
118.6
110.9
102.2
102.6
23,772
6,931
5,124

23,281
7,264
5,264

22,940
7,451
4,914

22,915
9,256
6,090

26,944
7,225
5,146

25,547
6,834
4,599

23,710
7,316
5,130

21,515
8,827
5,609

22,683
10,534
6,676

18,649
1,807

18,018
2,001

18,026
2,538

16,825
3,166

21,799
2,080

20,948
2,235

18,581
2,186

15,906
3,218

16,008
3,858

2,834
3,493
-659

3,510
3,189
321

4,064
2,881
1,183

4,220
1,782
2,438

5,883
1,610
4,272

4,885
1,701
3,184

4,449
1,835
2,613

3,261
2,441
820

3,695
2,106
1,589

25

4. Federal funds transactions of 46 money market banks 1—Continued
Millions of dollars except as noted
1978, week ending Wednesday

Type
July 12
Basic reserve position
1 Excess reservesa
LESS:
2 Borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks. ..
3 Net interbank federal funds transactions.
EQUALS: Net surplus, or deficit (—)
4 Amount.
5 Percent of average required reserves
Interbank federal funds transactions
Gross transactions
6 Purchases
7 Sales
8 Two-way transactions 3
Net transactions
9 Purchases of net buying banks
10 Sales of net selling banks
Related transactions with U.S. government
securities dealers
11 Loans to dealers*
12 Borrowings from dealers5
13 Net loans

July 19

Aug. 2

July 26

Aug. 9

Aug. 16

Aug. 23

Aug. 30

-60

141

-7

109

39

71

43

131

144
16,201

522
13,573

144
12,827

481
12,965

118
16,499

212
16,804

299
16,079

129
14,334

-16,405
105.3

-13,954
81.7

-12,949
81.1

-13,337
83.9

-16,578
105.9

-16,945
106.2

-16,335
105.0

-14,333
91.4

24,235
8,033
5,810

23,133
9,560
6,878

21,181
8,354
6,172

21,816
8,851
6,814

23,680
7,181
5,693

24,010
7,206
5,690

23,037
6,957
5,655

22,130
7,796
5,680

18,424
2,223

16,255
2,682

15,009
2,182

15,002
2t038

17,987
1,489

18,321
1,517

17,382
1,303

16,450
2,116

3,600
1,288
2,312

2,649
2,443
206

3,051
2,550
502

2,584
1,879
705

4,071
1,682
2,390

3,396
1,399
1,997

2,649
1,701
948

2,524
2,028
496

1978, week ending Wednesday
Sept.6
Basic reserve position
1 Excess reservesa
LESS:
2 Borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks...
3 Net interbank federal funds transactions.
EQUALS: Net surplus, or deficit (-)
4 Amount
5 Percent of average required reserves
Interbank federal funds transactions
Gross transactions
6 Purchases
7 Sales.
8 Two-way transactions8
Net transactions
9 Purchases of net buying banks
10 Sales of net selling banks
Related transactions with UtS. government
securities dealers
11 Loans to dealers4
12 Borrowings from dealers6
13 Net loans

Sept. 20

Sept. 13

Oct. 4

Sept. 27

Oct. U

Oct. 18

Oct. 25

41

93

136

65

182

-103

84

297
16,176

18,905

227
15,867

202
14,917

261
15,375

344
18,536

404
17,470

227
13,747

-16,328
104.2

-18,864
120.8

-16,001
103.3

-14,983
93.9

-15,571
$4.7

-18,698
118 6

-17,977
168.0

-13,890
89.0

23,697
7,522
5,428

25,096
6,191
5,380

23,696
7,828
5,434

23,266
8,350
5,133

23,623
8,248
5,601

25,677
7,141
5,930

24,696
7,226
5,973

22,043
8,296
6,446

18,270
2,094

19,717
811

18,262
2,394

18,134
3,218

18,022
2,647

19,747
1,211

18,722
1,253

15,598
1,850

2,985
1,297
1,688

5,342
1,421
3,921

3,128
951
2,178

3,005
2,574
431

3,222
2,186
1,037

3,397
1,505
1,892

3,159
1,661
1,498

2,704
2,133
572

144

1978, week ending Wednesday
Nov. 1

Basic reserve position
1 Excess reserves 2
LESS:
2 Borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks, ...
3 Net interbank federal funds transactions..
EQUALS: Net surplus, or deficit (—)
4 Amount
5 Percent of average required reserves
Interbank federal funds transactions
Gross transactions
6 Purchases
7 Sales
8 Two-way transactions3
Net transactions
9 Purchases of net buying banks —
10 Sales of net selling banks
Related transactions with U.S. government
securities dealers
11 Loans to dealer*
12 Borrowings from dealers«
13 Net loans

26




Nov. 8

16

111

141

205
14,187

59
17,146

106
17,945

-14,376
89.5

Nov. 29

Dec, 6

Dec. 13

-31

75

169

127

166

-40

38
16,936

168
15,861

62
15,823

81
17,468

1
15,421

590
15,136

Nov. 15 Nov. 22

-17,094 -17,910
108.6

-17,004 -15,954
94.7
90.0

-15,716 -17,422
87.7
97.7

Dec. 20

Dec. 27

-15,256 -15,765
83.7
88.1

22,604
8,417
5,521

24,484
7,339
5,676

24,690
6,744
5,506

24,077
7,141
5,336

23,743
7,881
5,580

23,567
7,744
5,965

23,265
5,797
4,952

23,624
8,203
6,135

22,886
7,750
5,854

17,083
2,896

18,808
1,663

19,184
1,239

18,742
1,806

18,162
2,301

17,602
1,778

18,313
845

17,489
2,068

17,032
1,896

2,986
2,241
745

4,207
1,646
2,561

3,654
1,270
2,384

4,123
2,005
2,118

3,298
1,714
1,584

3,833
1,831
2,002

5,153
1,590
3,564

3,857
1,226
2,631

4,606
1,865
2,740

5. Federal Reserve Bank interest rates

A. Loans to member banks under sections 13 and ISa1
Percent per annum. Figures in parentheses indicate day of month new rate became effective.

Boston

Year and month

1973—In effect December 31 . . .

New
York

Philadelphia

Richmond

7y2

7V2

7>/2

7'A

Cleveland

(30) 83 (25) 83 (25) 83 (25) 83 (25 83
(10) 7 /4 (9) 7 /4 (9) 7 /4 (13) 7 /4 (10 ) 7 /4

1975—January
February
March
May

(6)
(5)
(10)
(16)

1976—January
November

. .

1978-—January
May
July
August .
September
October
November

c£

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

7V2
7%
7%
7y2
7Vi
IVz
83 (26) 83 (26) 83 (26) 83 (25) 83 (25) 8 (25) 8
7 /4 (10) 7 /4 (13) 7 /4 (13) 7 /4 (13; 7 /4 (10) 73/4 (11) 73/4

S
(1
(i

88

7% (10)
6 3/4
(6)
6y4 (10)
6 (16)

7% (10) 7% (10) 7V4 (
7y4 (6) 7y4 (6) 7y4
3
63/4 (6) 63/4 (5) 63/4 ?6 6 /4 (5) 63/4 (5) 63/4
(
6'/4 (14) 6V4 (10) 6y4 0 o 6y4 (14) 6y4 (10) 6y4
6 (16) 6- (23) 6 (16 6 (16) 6 (16) 6

(19) 5'/2 (19) 5'A (19) 5>A (19) 5y2 (19 ) 5% (19, 5'A (19) 5'/2 (23) 5'A (19) 5'A (19 5Vz (19) sy 2 (19) 5'A
(22) 5'/4 (22) 5% (22) 5y4 (22) 5V4 (22 ) Sy4 (22 ) 5y4 (22) 5'/4 (26) 5V4 (22) 5V4 (22 ) sy4 (22) 5y4 (22) 5y4
(31) 53/4 (30) 53/4 (30) 53/4 (30 ) 53/4 (30 ) 53/4 (30) 53/4 (30) 53/4 (30) 53/4
(2) 53/4
(2) 53/4 (2) 53/4 (2 } 53/4
(26) 6 (26 ) 6 (26) 6 (26 ) 6 (26 ) 6 (26) 6 (26) 6 (26) 6 (26) 6 (26) 6 (26) 6 (26 6

.. .

1977—"August . . .
September
October

7V4 (10) 7V4 (6) 71/4 (6) 7y4 (6 7%
63/4
63/4 (5) 63/4 (5) 63/4 (5) 63/4
6y4 (10) 6'/4 (10) 6y4 (10) 6y4
6'/4
6 (16) 6 (16) 6 (16) 6 (16 6

St.
Louis

7'A

7>/2

1974—April
December

, . .

Atlanta Chicago

(10)
(12)
(3)
(21)
(22)
(16)
(2)

. . . .

In effect December 31 . . .

ey2
6'A
7
7
7>/4
7'/4
73/4
73/4
8 (22 8
8'A
sy2
9Vz
9 'A

cfi
&
(

!?

9V2

9y2

a?
a &
p k
k
(i

6y2 (20 ey2
7
7
7y4
7y4
73/4
73/4
8
8 (22
8 'A
8'A
9y2
9 'A

6'A (16)
(11)
7% (10)
7% (21)
8 (22)
8V2 (16)
9Vz (3)

6>A
7
7'/4
73/4
8
8%
9'/2

9>A

(20)
(11)
(7)
(21)
(22)
(20)
(2)

9>A

9Vz

9 '/2

(9)
(11)
(3)
(21)
(22)
(16)
(2)

6'A
7]
73/4
7 /4
8
8 'A
9l/2
9%

(13)
(11)
(3)
(21)
(22)
(16)
(2)

6'A
7
7'/4
73/4
8
8>A
9>/2
9>/2

(10)
11)
(3)
(21)
(22)
(16)
(1)

6%
7
7'/4
73/4
8
8 'A
9>/2

(10) 6V2 (13)
hi 7 (12)
(7) ?y4 (3)
(21) 73/4 (21)
(22) 8 (22)
(16) 8 'A (16)
(2) 9'/2 (2)

9>A

9 'A

6'A (13 ) 6y2
) 7
7
7]/4
?y4
7%
73/4
8
8
8 'A
8 'A
9y2
9 'A

9]/2

°a
g*
k 9y

2

B. Loans to member banks under section 10(b)
Percent per annum. Figures in parentheses indicate day of month new rate became effective.

Boston

Year and month

New
York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

8

Dallas

8

San
Francisco

8

Kansas
City

8

Regular rate l
1973— In effect December 31 . . .

8

8

8

8

8

8

8

1974—April
December
1975 —January
February
March
May. .

(6) 73/4 (10)
(5)
(10) 63/4 (10)
(16) 6'A (16)

1976 —January
November

(19) 6 (19) 63 (19 6 (19) 63 (19) 63 (19) 63 (19) 63 (23) 63 (19) 63
{22) 53/4 (22) 5 /4 (22 53/4 (22) 5 /4 (22) 5 /4 (22) 5 /4 (22) 5 /4 (26) 5 /4 (22) 5 /4

1977 — August
September
October

(31) ey4 (30) 6'/4 (30) 6'/4 (30) 6'/4 (30) 6'/4 (30) 6'/4 (30) 6'/4 (30) 6'/4
(2) 6'/4
(26) 6'A (26) 6'A (26) 6'A (26) 6 'A (26) 6'A (26) 6'A (26) 6 'A (26) 6'A (26) 6'A

8

(30) sy2

1978 —January
May
July
August .
September
October
November

(25) 8y2 (25) 8'A (25) 8»A (25) 8'A (29) 8'A (26) 8'A (26) 8'A (26) 8'A
(10) 8>/4 (9) 8'/4 (9) 8'/4 (13) 8'/4 (10) 8'/4 (16) 8'/4 (10) 8'/4 (13) 8'/4 (13) 8'/4

. .
. .

. . (10) 7
(9) 7 (20 7 (20) 7
(12) 7'A (1
(11 7'A (11) 7'A
(3) 73/4
(7 73/4 (3) 7%
(21) 8'/4 (21) 8>/4 (21 8 '/& (21) 8'/4
]
(22) 8 'A
22) 8'A (22) 8 A
16) 9
16) 9
(16) 9
(2 10
(2)10
(2)10
(1)10

In effect December 31 . . .




3
73/4 (6) 73/4 (6) 73/4 (6) 73/4 (13) 73/4 (10) 73/4 (10) 7 /4 (10) 73/4
7'/4 5) 7'/4 (5) 7'/4 (5) 7'/4 (5) 7'/4 (6) 7'/4 (7) 7'/4 (5) 7'/4
3
3
3
3
3
3
6 /4 (10) 6 /4 (10) 6 /4 (10) 6 A (10) 6 /4 (10) 6 /4 (14) 6% (10) 63/4
6'A (16) 6'A (16) 6'A (16) 6'A (16) 6'A (16) 6'A (16) 6'A (23) 6'A

(iJ M

10

10

10

10

(16) 7
11) 7'A
10) 73/4
4 21) 8'/4
(22) 8'A 22) 8'A
16) 9
(16) 9
(3)10
(2)10

(13) 7

(1

(ii M
(21) 8'/
10

10

(9) 7
(11) 7'A
(3) 73/4
(21) 8'/4
(22) 8'A
(16) 9
(2)10
10

(13) 7
(11) 7'A
(3) 7%
(21) 8'/4
(22) 8'A
(16) 9
(2)10
10

8'A (25) 8'A (25) 8'A
8'/4 (10) 8'/4 (11) 8'/4

(7;

118

(6) 73/4
(5) 7'/4
(10) 6%
6'A (16) 6'A (16) 6'A

73/4

7'/4

(6) 7%

63/4

63 (19) 63 (19) 6
5 /4 (22) 5 /4 (22) 53/4

6'/
&)} 6'A

4

(2) 6'/4
\ 6'A (26) 6'A

(10) 7 (10 7
(11) 7'A 11 7'A
(3) 7% (7 7%
(21) 8'/4 f21 8J/4
(22) 81A
16) 9 (16 9 2
(1)10
(2 10

7 (13) 7
7'A (11) 7'A
73/4 (3) 73/4
8'/4 (21) 8'/4
8'A (22) 8'A
9 (16 9
10
(2)10

10

10

1

10

10

27

5. Federal Reserve Bank interest rates—Continued

B. Loans to member banks under section 10(b)—Continued
Percent per annum. Figures in parentheses indicate day of month new rate became effective.

Boston

Year and month

New
York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

Special rate 2
1974— In effect August 31
(11)10
(10) 9%

October
December
1975= January
March
May
June
July

. ..

(9) 9%

(27)10
(3)10
'(3)16" (4)10
(3)10 (14)10 (11)10
(4)10 °(4Ji6"
(4)10
(9) 9 J /2 (13) 9'/2 (10) 9'/2 (16) 9'/2 (10) 9 J A (13) 9>/2 (13) 9>/2 (13) 9 J /2 (10) 9¥z (H) 9'/i

(6) 9
9 (10) 9
(6) 9
(6) 9 (13) 9 (10) 9 (10)
8% (5) 8V 2 (5) 8% (5) 8'/2 (5) 8'/2 (5) 8>/2 (6) 8'/2 (7)
8 (10) 8 (10) 8 (10) 8 (10) 8 (10) 8 (14) 8 (14)
7% (16) 7'/2 (16) 7>/2 (16) 71/2 (16) 7'/2 (16) 7% (16) 7>/ 2 (16)
(24) 7
(9) 7
(9) 7
(3) 7
(9) 7
(9) 7
05)
(2) 7

(6)
(5)
(10)
(16)

9 (10) 9 (24) 9
(6) 9
(6) 9
8 'A (5) 8 'A (7) 8% (5) B'/2 (5) S'A
8 (10) 8 do) e (14) 8 (10) 8
7'A (23) 7»/ 2 (16) 7'A (23) 7 'A (16) 7>/ 2
(9) 7
(9) ? (24) 7
7
°(9J*7°°

(19) 6>/2 (19) 6>/2 (19) 6'/2 (19) 6'/2 (19) 6% (19) 6 'A (19) 6% (23) 6>/2 (19) 6% (19) 6% (19) 6fc (19) 6l ft
(22) 6'/4 (22) 6V4 (22) 6V4 (22) 6'/4 (22) 6% (22) 6% (22) 6% (26) 6>/4 (22) 6Y4 (22) 6>/4 (22) 6J/4 (22) 6 /4

1976—January
November
1977- -Aupust
September
October
1 9 78™Ja n ua r y
May
July
August
September
October
November

(27)10

. .

. ..
. ,

In effect December 31 . . .

(31) 6% (30) 63/4 (30) 63/4 (30) 63/4 (30) 6% (30) 6y4 (30) 63/4 (30) 63/4
' < 2 J ' 6 % (2) 6% (2) 6%
'(2)'6%
(26) 7 (26 ) 7 (26) 7 (26) 7 (26) 7 (26) 7 (26) 7 (26) 7 (26, 7 (26) 7 (26) 7 (26) 7
(10) 7% (9 7'/2 (20) 7'/2
8 (11) 8
(12) 8l
8%
(7) 8'/4
(3) 8 /4
83/4 (21) 8%
(21) 83/4
(22) 9 (22 9 (22) 9
(16) 9% (16 9% (20) 9'/2
(2)10'/2 (1 )10V 2 (2)10%

(20) 7>/2
(11) 8
(3) 8'/4
(21) 83/4
(22) 9
(16) 9'/2
(2)10%

(13) 7%
(11) 8
(3) 8%
(21) 8%
(22) 9
(16) 9%
(2)10»A

(16) 7'/3
(11) 8
(10) 8%
(21) 83/4
(22) 9
(16) 9%
(3)10»A

10 '/2

10 %

10 'A

10 'A

3)

10>/2

10 '/2

(9) 7%
(11) 8
(3) 8'/4
(21) 83/4
(22) 9
(16) 9'/2
(2) 10 'A
10'/2

(13) 7% no 7% (10) 71/;
8 (U) 8
(11) 8 h
(3) 8% (3 8'/4 (7) 8^
(21) 8Y4 (ll 8-74 (21) 8%
(22) 9 (22 9 (22) 9
(16) 9'/2
9'/2 (16) 9'/2
12)10%
(2)10»A
10%

(13) 7Vi
(12) B
(3) 8'/4
(21) 8%
(22) 9
(16) 9! 'A
(2)10 A

(13) 7'A
(H) 8
(3} 8U
(21) 83/4
(22) 9
(16) 9Vi
(2)101A

10!/2

10l/2

10 '/2

°<f

10 %

10%

C. Loans to all others under last paragraph of section 13l
Percent per annum. Figures in parentheses indicate day of month new rate became effective.

Boston

Year and month

New
York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

1973—In effect December 31 . . . (23) 9'/2 (14) 9'/2 (14) 9'/2 (14) 9'/2 (14) 9'/2 (16) 9% (14) 9'/2 (14) 9% (14) 9% (14) 9% (14) 9% (14) 9Vz
(25)10

1974— April

(30) 10

1975__Fe^l-uary
March

(5) 914 (5) 9'/2 (5) 9>/2 (5) 9% (5) 914 (5) 9'/2 (6) 9% (7) 9% (5) 9% (7) 9 'A (5) 9>A (5) 9%
(10) 9 (10) 9 (10) 9 (10) 9 (10) 9 (10) 9 (14) 9 (14) 9 (10) 9 {10) 9 (14) 9 (10) 9

1 976—-Ja nua ry
November

..

(25)10

(25)10

(25)10

(29)10

(26)10

(26)10

(26)10

(25)10

(25)10

(25)10

(19) 8>/2 (19) 8'/2 (19) S'A (19) 8'/2 (19) 8>/2 (19) 8% (19) 8% (23) 8% (19) 8% (19) 8% (19) 8% (19) 8%
(22) 8'/4 (22) 8'/4 (22) 8Y4 (22) 8'/4 (22) 8'/4 (22) 8'/4 (22) 8'/4 (26) 8>/4 (22) 8>/4 (22) S'/4 (22) 8'/4 (22) 8>/4

1977—-August
September
October

(31) 83/4 (30) 8y4 (30) 83/4 (30) 8% (30) 83/4 (30) 8% (30) 8Y4 (30) 8%
(2) 8% (2) 8% (2) 8Y 4
(2) 83/4
(26) 9 (26) 9 (26) 9 (26 ) 9 (26) 9 (26) 9 (26) 9 (26) 9 (26) 9 (26) 9 (26) 9 (26) 9

197g__januarv
May
July
August
September
October
November

(10) 9'/2 (9) 9>/2
(12)10 (11 10
(3)10Vi (3)10%
(21)10% (21)10 3 /4
(22) 1 1 (22)11
(16)ll'/ 2 (16)lP/2
(2)12'/2 (1)12%

....

In effect December 3 1 . . .

28




12 %

12 %

ci
a
&
(

(20) 9'/2 (20 9'/2 (13) 9'/2
(11)10
10 (11)10
(7)10%
10 '/4
(3)10'/4
(21)10 3 /4
ioy 4 (21)10%
(22)11 1
u (22)11
(20) 1 1 /2
1P/2 ( 1 6 ) l l ' / 2
(2)12V 2
12'/2
(2)12%

\i

12 »/2

I2'/2

12%

(16) 9% (9) 9%
(11)10 (11)10
(10)10'/4
(3)10'/4
(21)10% (21)10y 4
(22) 1 1 (22) 1 1
(16)11% ( l 6 ) l l ' / 2
(3)12% (2)12%
12%

12%

(13) 9% (10) 9%
(11)10 (11)10
(3)10% (3)10Y4
(2U10-V4 (21)10%
(22) 1 t
(22)11
(16)11%! ( I 6 ) l l ' / 3
(2)12% (1)12%

(10) 9%
(11)10
(7)10%
(21)10%
(22)11
(16) 11 %
(2)12%

(13) 9%
(12)10
(3)10%
(21)10%
(22)11
(16)11%
(2)12%

(13) 9%
(11)10
(3)10%
(21)10%
(22)11
(16)11%
(2) 12 'A

12%

12%

12%

12%

12%

6. Reserve requirements on deposits of member banks
Percent of deposits
Net demand deposits 8- 3

Time deposits 4
Other time 6

Effective
date
of change

$100$2-$10 S10-S100 $400
million million million

0-$2
million

Over
$400
million

0-$5 million,
by remaining maturity

Savings

30-179
days
1972—Nov. 9
Nov. 16

10

16'/2

12>/2

13%

10

1973—July 19

12

10 1/2

8

12

13

13

1974—Dec. 12
1975 —,peb 13
Oct. 30

»

17/2

Over $5 million, B
by remaining maturity

180
days to 4 years
4 years or more

180
days to 4 years
4 years or more

38

58

58

3

3

3

38

38

58

6

38

19

18
17%

7%

30-179
days

16%

1976— Jan. g
Dec. 30

7

9>/2

IP/4

123/4

7

9%

11%

123/4

16%

2%'

3

3

3

3

16%

In effect Dec. 31, 1978 .

3

2%»

19

2%»

6

19

2%'

1«

Legal limits, December 31, 1978
Minimum

Maximum

10
7
3

22
14
10

Net demand deposits
Reserve city banks
Other banks
Time deposits

7. Margin requirements

l

Percent of market value; effective dates shown.
Type of security or sale
1
2
3
4

Margin stocks
Convertible bonds
Short sales
Writing options 2




Mar. 11, 1968

June 8, 1968

May 6, 1970

Dec. 6, 1971

Nov. 24, 1972

Jan. 3, 1974

Jan. 1, 1977

70
50
70

80
60
80

65
50
65

55
50
55

65
50
65

50
50
50

50
50
50
30

29

8.1 Maximum interest rates payable on time and savings deposits at federally insured institutions

l

Percent and effective date
Savings and loan associations
and mutual .savings banks

Commercial banks
Type and maturity of deposit

1974
Jan. 1

1 Savings
. ..
2 Negotiable 2 order of withdrawal (NOW)
accounts
3 Money market time deposits of less than
$100,0008
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Time (single- and multiple-maturity) 6
30-89 days
90 days to 1 year
1 to 2\4 years 6 . . .
2^4 to 4 years 8
7
4 to 6 years 7
6 to 8 years
8 years or more 7

Nov. 27 Dec, 23

1978

July 6

June 1

Jan. 1

1974

5

5

5

5

5

5H

5

5

5

5

5

5

1977

1978

July 6

June 1

SK

$H

5M

3

5

5

Nov. 27 Dc«. 23
5M
5

(4)

5
5K
6

2*
6M

|«

6H
7

6K

(8)

iy*

I *

11 Governmental units (all maturities). .
12 Individual retirement accounts and Keogh
(H.R. 10) plans 9

1977

7X
7 « ( } 7K

1* i«
6K
7K

6H
7M

7H{
7M

8

7M

7M

(«)

1 7J4

6H

6^2

7H

7^

*,

6»i
755s
7K ! } 7«

8

(8)

«{

5M
6J4
6^
7M
7M
8

7«i

B

7M

6$4
6M

8

6^
6»i
7H

8.2 Maximum interest rates payable on money market time deposits]
Percent per annum

Aug.

July

June

Institution
1

15

22

29

6

13

20

27

3

7.160
7.140

Commercial banks
Thrift institutions

8

7.095
7.345

7.121
7.371

7.228
7.478

7.396
7.646

7.447
7.697

7.515
7.765

7.497
7.747

7.425
7.675

7.362
7.612

September

August

October

10

Commercial banks
Thrift institutions

24

31

7

14

21

28

5

12

7.172
7.422

..

17

7.259
7.509

7.471
7.721

7.550
7.800

7.742
7.992

7.793
8.043

7.979
8.229

8.276
8,526

8.377
8.627

8.422
8.672

November

October

December

19

Commercial banks
Thrift institutions

30



26

2

9

16

23

30

7

14

21

28

8. 561
8811

8.612
8.862

8.982
9.232

9.419
9.669

9.291
9.541

8.996
9.246

9.330
9.580

9.220
9.470

9.263
9.513

9.524
9.774

9.580
9.830

9. Federal Reserve open market transactions
Millions of dollars

1974

Type of transaction *

1975

1976

1977

19'74

1978
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

U.S. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
Outright transactions (excluding matched salepurchase transactions)
Treasury bills
1 Gross purchases
2 -Gross sales
3 Redemptions
4
5
6
7

2 to 5 years
8 Gross purchases
9 Gross sales
10 Exchange or maturity shift

11,562
5 599 2
6, 431

450
0
-1,183
131

Others within 1 year 3
Gross purchases
Gross sales ,
Exchange, or maturity shift
Redemptions

11,660
5,830
4,550

3,886
0
-4
3 549

797
0
-697

.

14,343
8,462 2
5,017

13,738
7 ,241
2,136

16,628
13,725
2,033

1,340
335
1,402

768
391
410

664
566
165

1,237
49
407

3,017
0
4,499
2,500

1,184
0
-5,170
0

9
0
0
0

0

0

687

0
0
0

o

o
o
o

3,2022
2,833
3 2842
0
177
0
3 854 -2 , 588 -6,649

4,188
0
-178

93
0
0

30
0
-922

109
0

172
0

472
0
792
0

o

o

o

o

5 to 10 years
11 Gross purchases
12 Gross sales
13 Exchange, or maturity shift

434
0
1,675

1 510
0
—4 697

1,048
0
1,572

758
0
584

1,526
0
2,803

77
0
0

0
0
200

56
0
0

o
o
o

Over 10 years
14 Gross purchases
15 Gross sales
16 Exchange, or maturity shift

196
0
205

1 070
0
848

642
0
225

553
0
1,565

1,063
0
2,545

o

0
0

0
0
35

25
0
0

o
o
o

20 , 898
7,241
4,636

24,591
13,725
2,033

1,519
335
1,402

798
391
410

854
566
165

1,409
49
407

All maturities*
17 Gross purchases , .
18 Gross sales
19 Redemptions . .
20
21

.

13,537
5 830
4,682

.

Matched sale-purchase transactions
Gross purchases
Gross purchases

21,313*
5 599
9 9802

19 , 707 2
8 639
5,0172

64,229
62,801

151,205
152 132

196,078
196,579

425,214
423 , 841

511,126
510,854

2,590
2,590

2,393
2,393

702
702

0

71,333
70,947

140,311
139 538

232,891
230,355

178,683
180,535

151,618
152,436

4,442
4,500

4,265
4,265

6,248
5,124

8,069
8,498

1,984

7,434

9,087

5,798

7,743

-276

-3

1,246

524

3,087
0
322

1,616
0
246

891
0
169

0
223

301
173
235

29
0
39

120
0
46

170
0
48

360
0
48

• ..

23,204
22,735

15,175
15,567

10,520
10,360

13,811
13,638

40,567
40,885

692
734

485
485

469
284

1,196
1,163

..

511
420

163
-35

-545
410

-196
159

0
-366

0
0

1
0

4
223

8
-89

6,149

8,539

9,833

7,143

6,951

-328

72

1,780

789

,

Repurchase agreements
22 Gross purchases
23 Gross sales
24 Net change in U.S. government securities

o

FEDERAL AGENCY OBLIGATIONS
25
26
27

Outright transactions
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Redemptions

28
29

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases
Gross sales

.

1,433

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES
30 Outright transactions net
31 Repurchase agreements net
32 Total net change in System Open Market
Account




31

9. Federal Reserve open market transactions

-Continued

Millions of dollars

1975

19 74

Type of transaction

May

July

June

Aug.

Dec.

Nov0

Oct.

Sept,

Jan.

U.S. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
Outright transactions (excluding matched salepurchase transactions)
Treasury bills
1 Gross purchases . . . .
2 Gross sales
3 Redemptions
4
5
6
7

1 to 5 years
8 Gross purchases
9 Gross sales
10 Bxchange, or maturity shift

..

22
23

48

2 563
0

o
o
o

27
0
0
Ci

34

o

1 652
850

o

717
565
786

547
1,110
1 063

1 422
273
107

o
o
o
0

148
0
— 1 492
131

o
o
o

o
o

22

—2 867
0

—200

o
o

65

1 057

200

o

o

973
426
6 :

341
945
600

85

o

14

126
0

o
o

92
Q
1 757

123

o

305

126

Q

Q

o
o

5*1
o
0

31

o

78

<)

o
o

53

Q

o
o

78

53

0

61

0

0

0

1,940

0

0

-465

0

0

38

16

36
0
0

o
o

37

o

o
o

26

Q

25
0
200

20

130

Q

o

. .

o

100

All maturities *
17 Gross purchases.
18 Gross sales.
19 Redemptions
Matched sale-purchase transactions
Gross sales
Gross purchases

988
211
0

—2 663

Over 10 years
14 Gross purchases
1 5 Gross sales
. . .
16 Exchange or maturity shift

20
21

614
954
204

26

......

5 to 10 years
1 1 Gross purchases
12 Gross sales
.
13 Exchange, or maturity shift.

o

112

Others within 1 year 3
Gross purchases .
Gross sales
Bxchange, or maturity shift. .
Redemptions.

737
100

o
Q
Q

o

o

Q

o

Q

Q

Q

Q

944
100

o

1 652
850

o

893
565
786

547
1 110
1 063

1 765
273
238

1 254
*426
^

746
945
600

4,586
4 586

4,580
4 580

2,587
0

9,061
11 287

9,420
9 782

12,574
12 516

6,880
6 404

8,855
7 962

9,237
10 367

6 124
6 667

4 269
4 965

2 096
2 096

3 551
3 551

4 gis
4 618

6 990
6 121

11 470
11 895

9 260
8 748

1 388

24 Net change in U S government securities

1 113
211

9 192
8 648

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases
Gross sales
.

...

790
954
204

—911

—2 3SI1

3 028

-96

— 1 684

1 647

—498

844

201
0
15

309
0
72

7(51
0
35

238
-0
3

207
0
16

0
0
0

331
0
0

360
0
0

0
0
14

3,364
2,940

2,055
2,427

2,957
3,227

1,160
1,160

2,182
2,182

2,899
2,530

4,570
4,428

1,888
2,297

16
142

-70

o

121
-207

59
0

40
187

— 100
-185

174
218

188
201

103
-136

2,155

-1,115

-2,011

3,322

322

-1,970

2,739

393

387

o

FEDERAL AGENCY OBLIGATIONS
25
26
27

Outright transactions
Gross purchases .
Gross sales
Redemptions
....

28
29

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases
Gross sales

. . .
....

1,173
1,173

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES
30 Outright transactions, net
31 Repurchase agreements, net
32 Total net change in System Open Market
Account

32




9. Federal Reserve open market transactions l—Continued
Millions of dollars

1975

Type of transaction

Mar.

Feb.

Apr.

May

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

U.S. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
Outright transactions (excluding matched salepurchase transactions)
Treasury bills
1 Gross purchases
2 Gross sales
....
3 Redemptions
4
5
6
7

Others within 1 year >
Gross purchases
.
Gross sales
Exchange or maturity shift
Redemptions

760
156
487^

2 119
318
506

o
o
o

66
1 560

o
o
o

129

620 2

485

...
....

...

1 to 5 years
8 Gross purchases
9 Gross sales
10 Exchange, or maturity shift

2 437

o

1 579

o

o

148

—2 836

5 to 10 years
1 1 Gross purchases
12 Gross sales
13 Exchange, or maturity shift
Over 10 years
14 Gross purchases
15 Gross sales
.
16 Exchange or maturity shift

357
460
900

.

.

All maturities3
17 Gross purchases
18 Gross sales
19 Redemptions

....

. .

....

—66

o
o

113

450

20
21

Matched sale-purchase transactions
Gross sales
Gross purchases

22
23

...

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases
Gross sales

50

20
691

o
o
o
o

180

—3 801

74

212

164

Q

o
o

673
460
900

3 621 2
156
2 047 2

o

o
o

o

o

650 si

—691

274
Q

o
o

6 635

o
o

0

421
161
612 2!

—3 131

249

150

, ,,

903
354
407

o
o

o
298

3 189
318
506

953
354
407

o
o

109

o
o

1 379*
161
612 2

o

312
282
400

2 118

o
o
o
o

2 002

o

o

o

155
1 989

278
Q

48

o
o
o

150

562

o

1 299

278

48

o
o
o

64

137

o

Q
Q

Q

1 444
47

124

Q

300

Q

0

1 505
800

2 574
*282
2 389

2 940
200

o

1 263
766
400

1 505
800

Q

o
o
Q

Q

Q

o

o

200
Q

o

o

1 263
766
400
Q

Q

Q

Q

Q
"

12 375
12 216

2 996
3 044

12 914
13 026

15 532
15 139

14 234
13 730

19 931
19 835

15 886
16 113

5,011
6,928

12,774
8,551

19,489
21,952

15,219
16,810

5,977
6,146

8,146
6 881

16,664
14 857

13 699
13 838

332

6,428

—2 , 224

-873

-2 , 866

663

4 451

186

376

o

210

0

o

0
2

353
0
40

394

o

284

2

1

o
o

1 415
1 170

24 Net change in U S government securities . . . .

15 933
16 763

81

...

7 167
6 634

11,267
10 305

.

12
39

-258

FEDERAL AGENCY OBLIGATIONS
25
26
27

Outright transactions
Gross purchases
Gross sales
...
Redemptions

28
29

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases
..
Gross sales

...

...

o

o

o

o
2

0
97

873
1,219

2 086
1,205

2 615
3,182

1 414
1,669

692
753

335
245

1 424
1 220

844
967

_5
323

24
496

55
375

—62
121

3

o

1
156

14
94

49
50

7,829

-3,207

-1,317

-2,926

1,222

5,155

445

0
6

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES
30 Outright transactions) net
31 Repurchase agreements, net

...

32 Total net change in System Open Market
Account
...




• • ...

309

-136

33

9. Federal Reserve open market transactions l—Continued
Millions of dollars

1975

Type of transaction
Nov.

1976
Dec.

Feb.

243
1 239 I

1,664

May

Apr.

Mar.

Jan,

July

June

U.S. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
Outright transactions (excluding matched salepurchase transactions)
Treasury bills
1 Gross purchases
2 Gross sales
3 Redemptions
..
4
5
6
7

983
652

919

Others within 1 year 3
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Exchange, or maturity shift, ,
Redemptions

o

200

43

o
o

389 a

37
0
0
0

28

o
o

o

600

31

265

1 to 5 years
8 Gross purchases
9 Gross sales
10 Exchange, or maturity shift

40
0 i
— 1 153

o

267
0

118

o

110

(I

366

— 135

5 to 10 years
11 Gross purchases
.
12 Gross sales .
13 Exchange or maturity shift

—28

(1

155

78
0
Q

100

63

7'J

100

71
o
0

1 693

2 281

2

— 15

. .

o

300

Over 10 years
14 Gross purchases
....
15 Gross sales. . ,
16 Exchange or maturity shift.
All maturities9
17 Gross purchases
18 Gross sales
19 Redemptions

1,984

.

244

o

...

0
o
o
0

o i
o

968
59
0
200

1,069
511

2,869
1 355
1 000

38
0
349
0

27

185
107

249
70
-72

63
o
0

51

24
0
I 380

600

-349

0

72
0

1,335
1,224

403

0
0

2,719
524

350

83
0

2 602

—449

Q

617

0
0

— 3 105

o
o

449 '

0
0
418

195

38
0
0

0
0
85

96
0

618
600

3 233
1 425
1 000

1 335
1 *224

3 709

o

0
0

o

Q

0

279
1 413
875

o
o
o

59

0
0

—59

o
0

0

o
0
0

600

2 192 2
0
389 2

d(Y7

*7 SS1

11 503

7 957

12 697
12*082

15 138
14*899

12 417
12 ^55

20 973 i
21 205

10 522
10 468

14 919

17 753
20 ' 943

16 000
14 783

17 456
15 963

20 ^55
21 '?Q3

14 409
13 643

12 947
14 657

2 O''?

982

763

2 061

1 ?02

3 834

3 773

240
0

297
1

O

0
0
0

^40

0

i

,

20

22

o
o

QA«

"7AQ

1 t'f>

«;Jdc

fl1 1

£TQ

21
300

15
385

652
919

.

20
21

Matched sale-purchase transactions
Gross sales
Gross purchases, .

U

22
23

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases
Gross sales

U

44?

15 207
1d9

Q

200
IA e«Q
10 058

17 275

24 Net change in U S. government securities. . . . , .

8 464
7 247

2 047

2 797

563

1 239

U

10

1 -1C

403

524
150

279
1 413
875

FEDERAL AGENCY OBLIGATIONS
25
26
27

Outright transactions
Gross purchases.
Gross sales
Redemptions
.

.t

Repurchase agreements
28 Gross purchases
29
Gross sales

....

1

0

£OC

Qdfi

f.QQ

AQc

q.ic

091

758

950

923

576

726

5
98

—70
109

— 138

31

—50
162

—51
—69

—78
229

— 31
—339

2,557

-1,101

812

2,019

-1,080

4,086

-4,375

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES
30 Outright transactions, net
31 Repurchase agreements net

...

32 Total net change in System Open Market
Account
,.,,-

34



-2,537

3,315

9. Federal Reserve open market transactions1—Continued
Millions of dollars

1976

Type of transaction

Aug.

Sept.

19 77

Nov.

Oct.

Jan.

Dec,

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

U.S. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
Outright transactions (excluding matched salepurchase transactions)
Treasury bills
1 Gross purchases
2 Gross sales
3 Redemptions
4
5
6
7

2 535
313

o
o

J to 5 years
8 Gross purchases
9 Gross sales
10 Exchange, or maturity shift. .

1 125
171

o

618
0
200

346
480
600

975
1 546

42
0
-1 525
0

Others within 1 year 8
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Exchange, or maturity shift.
Redemptions

1 100
0
0

129
0
-285
0

0
0
66
0

18
0
1 047
0

59
0
7

113
0
430

681

475

348

174

327

—7

-252

—880

266

-374

o

o

o

45
0
252
0

110
801
Q

368

1 671
260
19

107

41

20

63

—266

374
0

o
o

o
o

o

301

580

0

-79

285

-66

72

272

o

o

o

128

151

o

104

0

0

o

46

0

62
0
-1,167

170

0

517

0

0

65
0
250

95
0

o
o
o

73
0
—310

119

o
o

48
0

81
0
300

37

o
o

38
0

1 579

o
o

2 202
171

618

o

200

612
480
600

2 004
1 546

3 229
313

o

797
801
0

298
368

o

2,160
260
19

o

5 to 10 years
11 Gross purchases
12 Gross sales
13 Exchange, or maturity shift

o

1,354

Over 10 years
14 Gross purchases
15 Gross sales
16 Exchange, or maturity shift.
All maturities*
17 Gross purchases, . . ^
18 Gross sales
19 Redemptions

o

o

o
0

o

o

o

o
o

o

o

o

o

o

o

20
21

Matched sale-purchase transactions
Gross sales
Gross purchases

16,389
16,180

19,828
19,563

23,289
24,501

22,675
21,525

23 , 193
24,343

24,595
22,544

22,674
23,447

30,115
30,828

32,287
32,852

22
23

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases
Gross sales

26,641
24,655

24 , 108
23,477

16,603
18,821

17,612
20,173

30,872
27,119

23,820
27,573

13,853
12,921

14,368
14,860

13,397
11,862

3,357

2,397

-588

-4,179

5,361

-2,887

1,702

151

3,980

0
0
27

0
0
22

0
0
0

115
0
14

0
0
63

0
0
4

0
0
24

0
0
36

346
0
0

769
674

1,071
889

705
949

897
976

1,380
1,102

930
1,208

689
612

523
546

709
639

-68
220

-55
85

-9
-492

_9
-140

8
795

-5
-795

-18
149

-19
-23

-51
653

3,577

2,587

-1,332

-4,307

6,379

-3,969

1,886

50

4,998

24 Net change in U.S. government securities
FEDERAL AGENCY OBLIGATIONS
25
26
27

Outright transactions
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Redemptions

.

Repurchase agreements
28 Gross purchases
29 Gross sales
BANKERS ACCEPTANCES
30 Outright transactions, net
31 Repurchase agreements, net
32 Total net change in System Open Market
Account




35

9. Federal Reserve open market transactions 1—Continued
Millions of dollars

19'77

Type of transaction

May

June

Sept.

Aug.

July

1978
Oct.

Nov.

Doc.

Jan,

Feb.

U.S. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
Outright transactions (excluding matched salepurchase transactions)
Treasury bills
\ Gross purchases .
2 Gross sales
'J Redemptions
4
5
6
7

Others within 1 year »
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Exchange or maturity shift
Redemptions

1 to 5 years
8 Gross purchases
9 Gross sales
10 Exchange or maturity shift
5 to 10 years
11 Gross purchases .
....
12 Gross sales
13 Bxchange or maturity shift
.

681
489
400

o
o
o

— 1 209

o
o

2 696
1,154

600
89

o
o

478

200

o

865

478

o
o

68

118
753
500

o
o
o

238

812
176

o
o
o
o

2 321

2 005

303
317

2 616

o
o

320

0
1,877

o
o
o

—45

2 500

0
436
300

o
o
o

1 352

Q

99

696
1,323

o

56 1

379

1 974
1 100
Q

623
0

— 511

o
o

653

o

o
o

681

0

o

0

311

o

45

o

628

320

1 267

-623

511

1 109

o
o

96

o
o
o

o
o

166

—325

o
o

o
o

o

o
o

o
o
o

o

114

Q

Q

Q
Q

125

o

782

o
o

Over 10 years
14 Gross purchases
15 Gross sales
16 Exchange, or maturity shift

900

Q

Alt maturities *
17 Gross purchases
18 Gross sales
....
19 Redemptions

681
489
400

3 167
1*154

118
753

812
176

5 526

Q

o

Q

303
317

1 877
2 500

436
300

600

311

238 — 1 664

1 174

Q

3 109

cnn

Q
Q

128

Q

Q
Q

o1

o
o

240

o
o
o

o

89 i

o
o

Q

o
o
906

108

o

100

*0

0

0

450

4 1 10
*311

1 252
1 323

•570
1 974
1 100

Q

Q

Q

Q

20
21

Matched sale-purchase transactions
Gross sales
Gross purchases

28 532
27,306

36 258
36,449

27 947
27,301

45 831
46 , 170

39 552
39,694

48,204
44,772

56,899
57,477

32,320
35,001

54 859
51,016

40 128
44,270

22
23

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases
Gross sales

29 308
30,448

14 748
1 1 , 506

13 973
15 719

4 397
5,648

16 700
15,469

9,578
11,889

6,472
4,433

IB 071
IB, 208

10 229
12,130

16 057
16 057

4 g45 —3 528

—276

6 142 —5 815

1 447

24 Net change in U S. government securities

—2 573

6 279 — 10 118

1 880

FEDERAL AGENCY OBLIGATIONS
25
26

Outright transactions
Gross purchases,
Gross sales

28
29

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases
Gross sales

0
0
25'

0
0
*

380
0
33

0
0
0

0
0
69

2,164
2,278

1,656
1,056

1,672
1,938

265
459

1,136

978

-45

-15
528

-15

*
351

0
0
0

0
0
*

707
0
32

0
0
•

0
0
22

741
1,051

615
484

2,712
2,392

1,680
2,131

1,966
1,966

4
-478

0
248

0
705

0

0
0

2,260

8,042

-7,220

1,425

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES
30 Outright transactions, net
31 Repurchase agreements net
32 Total net change in System Open Market
Account
.
. . .

36



-729

—3,461

-24

-204

6,305 —4,020

-247

—801

6,764 -10,910

-954

9. Federal Reserve open market transactions 1—Continued
Millions of dollars
19'78

Type of transaction

Mar.

June

May

Apr.

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

2 635

1 978
2 148

Nov.

Dec.

2 039
3 587
603

2 751

U.S. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
Outright transactions (excluding matched salepurchase transactions)
Treasury bills
1 Gross purchases
2 Gross sales
.
3 Redemptions

..

1 to 5 years
8 Gross purchases
9 Gross sales
10 Exchange, or maturity shift

. ...

1 670

288

o
o

100

53

135

261

Others within 1 year*
Gross purchases
...
Gross sales
Exchange or maturity shift
Redemptions

4
5
6
7

748
50
31

136
0

2 343

380

o
o

o

416
737
300

o
o

4 395

o

0

o
o

972
689

701
466

o
o
o
o

o

o
o

o

171

o
o

168

73

o

139

241

1 544

563

385

778

o
o

Q

o
o

o
o
o
o
o

705

813

235

290

631

o
o

424

o

350

o

507

628

o

136

79

o

—261

467

241

490

563

385

657

705

5 to 10 years
11 Gross purchases
12 Gross sales
13 Exchange or maturity shift

370

191

o
o

101

o

176

o
o

238

110

87

163

o

Q

1 526

87

Q

1 434

Q

Q

fns

Over 10 years
14 Gtoss purchases
15 Gross sales
16 Exchange or maturity shift

147

145

74

115

113

122

o

Q
Q

Q

895

All maturities*
17 Gross purchases
18 Gross sales
19 Redemptions

......

Matched sale-purchase transactions
20 Gross sales
.
21 Gross purchases
22
23

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases
Gross sales

24 Net change in U.S. government securities

Q

o
Q

o

Q

o

Q

Q

Q
Q

o

Q

Q

0

Q

o

139

108

600

Q

Q

600

Q1Q

3 386

Q

o

Q

Q

Q

Q

o
o

o
o

701
466

689

o

o
o

2 7RC
2 148

i m^

o

o

3 587
*603

2 751

40 634
40 362

52 544
52 557

44 657
44 712

29,162
29 641

33 346
33 130

35 112
36 106

40 785
40 546

52,661
51 586

8 044
8 999

11 517
11 819

14 956
13,100

15 822
17,374

16 286
15,140

10 724
10 353

18 976
20 565

7 719
8 383

8 133
7,049

1,923

-674

7,320 -1,261

2,854

3,540

43 -2,017

-2,743

2 367
50
31

2 341

44,976
44 129

42 , 262
42 799

13 155
11,468

3,127

o
o

n-i«

737
300

5 451

1

Q

o

FEDERAL AGENCY OBLIGATIONS
25
26
27

Outright transactions
Gross purchases
.
Gross sales
Redemptions
. . ...

28
29

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases
Gross sales

0
0
53

0
0
0

0
0
34

301
0
28

0
0
4

0
173
13

0
0
28

0
0
12

0
0
39

0
0
3

2,638
2,374

1,282
1,410

3,927
4,037

3,421
3,088

5,170
5,457

3,080
3,032

3,877
3,348

6,675
7,196

2,544
2,670

4,307
4,174

0
770

0
-480

-17

6

0
747

0
-753

0
28

0
419

0
-479

0
-236

0
587

4,107

1,315

-834

8,673 -2,305

2,744

4,460

-969

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES
30 Outright transactions net
31 Repurchase agreements, net
32 Total net change in System Open Market
Account




-2,419 -2,026

37

10. Federal Reserve Banks

A. Condition and Federal Reserve note statements
Millions of dollars, end of period

1974

Account

1975

1978

1977

1976

Jan.

Feb.

| Mar.
1

Apr.

Consolidated condition statement
ASSETS
1 Gold certificate account.
2 Special drawing rights certificate account
3 Coin 1 ..,
. . . .
Loans
4 Member bank borrowings
5
Other „
Acceptances
6 Bought outright,
,
7 Held under repurchase agreement
Federal agency obligations
8 Bought outright
9 Held under repurchase agreement . .
U.S. government securities
Bought outright
10
Bills
Certificates
11
Special
12
Other
13
Notes
14
Bonds

11,652
400
240

11,718
1,250
282

11,718
1,250
334

11,718
1,250
339

11,718
1,250
323

11,718
1,250
324

211
0

25
0

265
0

758
0

304
0

332
0

1,750
0

579
420

Total bought outright 2
Held under repurchase agreement

15
16

11,598
1,200
364

299
0

. . .

11,599
500
347

741
385

196
795

0
954

0
0

0
0

0
770

0
290

4,702
511

6,072
118

6,794
278

8,004
451

8,004
0

7,982
0

7,929
264

7,929
135

36,765

37,207

38,571

41,561

37,090

38,536

38,358

40,565

0
0
40,009
3,284

0
0
43,989
5,521

0
0
47,972
6,725

0
0
50,509
8,848

0
0
50,965
8,949

0
0
50,516
9,398

0
0
51,984
9,548

0
0
52,510
9,693

80,058
443

86,717
1,217

93,268
3,753

100,918
1,901

97,004
0

98,450
0

99,890
1,687

102,768
732

17 Total U.S. government securities

80,501

87,934

97,021

102,819

97,004

98,450

101,577

103,500

18 Total loans and securities

87,012

95,461

105,109

112,493

105,766

106,736

110,872

113,604

8,329
263
0

9,183
319
13

7,835
363
25

9,617
378
0

10,999
379
0

10,489
380
0

8,354
385
0

9,206
387
0

2
2,930

80
2,900

170
2,620

18
2,046

173
2,387

18
1,501

80
1,863

54
2,720

110,828

120,402

1:29,284

137,802

133,006

132,431

134,845

139,263

25 Federal Reserve notes 6
Deposits
26 Member bank reserves
27 U.S. Treasury—General account
28
Foreign
29 Other 8
.

70,916

77,159

83 t 727

93,153

90,159

90,703

91,666

92,331

25,843
3,113
418
1,275

26,052
7,285
353
1,090

25,158
10,393
352
1,357

26,870
7,114
379
1,187

19,301
11,228
422
871

26,047
3,615
445
698

27,900
4,705
352
740

28,321
7,177
481
684

30 Total deposits

30,649

34,780

37,260

35,550

31,822

30,805

33,697

36,663

6,328
1,141

5,495
1,110

5,234
1,097

5,807
1,234

6,916
I t 474

6,990
1,328

5,622
1,234

6,189
1,420

109,034

118,544

127,318

135,744

130,371

129,826

132,119

136,603

897
897
0

929
929
0

983
983
0

1,029
1,029
0

1,039
1,029
567

1,044
1,029
532

1,047
1,029
550

1,050
1,029
581

110,828

120,402

!129,284

137,802

133,006

132,431

134,845

139,263

19 Cash items in process of collection
20 Bank premises
21 Operating equipment 3
. ,
Other assets
22 Denominated in foreign currencies *
23 All other
24 Total assets
LIABILITIES

31 Deferred availability cash items
32 Other liabilities and accrued dividends 7
33 Total liabilities

.

. . . .

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
34 Capital paid in
35 Surplus
36 Other capital accounts
37 Total liabilities and capital accounts
MEMO:
38 Contingent liability on acceptances purchased for
foreign correspondents
39 Marketable U.S. government securities held in
custody for foreign and international account . .

981

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

32,836

41,871

50,269

76,005

80,009

83,261

88,965

85,141

Federal Reserve note statement
40 Federal Reserve notes outstanding (issued to
Bank)

75,116

81,877

89,303

100,534

102,355

102,773

103,427

104,164

Collateral held against notes outstanding
Gold certificate account
Special drawing rights certificate account
Acceptances
Eligible paper
U.S. government securities

3,055
93
550
0
72,555

11,596
302
0
0
71,510

11,596
643
0
0
78,100

11,713
880
0
0
89,675

11,718
1,250
0
733
88,654

11,718
1,250
0
292
89,513

11,718
1,250
0
309
90,150

11,717
1,250
0
1,580
89,617

76,253

83,408

90,339

102,268

102,355

102,773

103,427

104,164

41
42
43
44
45

46 Total collateral

38



j

10. Federal Reserve Banks—Continued
A. Condition and Federal Reserve note statements—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1978

Account

Aug.

July

June

May

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Consolidated condition statement
ASSETS
11,718
1,250
291

15
16

11,693
1,250
276

11,679
1,300
283

11,668
1,300
292

11,655
1,300
300

11,642
1,300
275

11,671
1,300
274

1,428
0

1,127
0

954
0

1,365
0

1,207
0

813
0

1,174
0

0
274

0
1,021

0
268

0
296

0
715

0
236

0
0

0
587

7,895
26

8,168
358

8,164
71

7,978
119

7,950
647

7,938
127

7,899
0

7,896
133

39,673

44,080

44,370

45,133

47,551

48,376

45,985

42,158

0
0
52,055
10,667

0
0
52,997
10,782

0
0
52,997
10,782

0
0
53,229
11,496

0
0
53,859
11,617

0
0
54,526
11,757

0
0
54,855
12,465

0
0
54,855
12,465

102,395
431

Total bought outright 2
Held under repurchase agreement

11,706
1,250
284

1,167
0

1 Gold certificate account
2 Special drawing rights certificate account
3 Coin 1
Loans
4 Member bank borrowings
5
Other
Acceptances
6 Bought outright
..
7 Held under repurchase agreement
Federal agency obligations
8 Bought outright
9 Held under repurchase agreement
U.S. government securities
Bought outright
10
Bills . .
Certificates
11
Special
12
Other
13
Notes
14
Bonds
. .
. . .

107,859
2,287

108,149
736

109,858
1,881

113,027
2,252

114,659
663

113,305
0

109,478
1,084

17 Total U.S. government securities

102,826

110,146

108,885

111,739

115,279

115,322

113,305

110,562

18 Total loans and securities

112,188

121,121

118,515

121,086

125,956

124,830

122,017

120,352

11,854
388
0

9,319
389
0

9,466
389
0

10,728
392
0

9,492
394
0

13,366
395
0

13,165
396
0

12,926
394
0

121
2,077

58
2,007

67
2,446

18
1,653

20
2,025

27
2,334

53
1,901

1,606
2,543

139,887

146,134

144,102

147,139

151,147

154,207

150,749

151,066

94,570

95,345

95,571

96,534

96,572

98,154

100,825

103,325

30,135
2,398
454
660

27,920
11,614
288
773

28,461
10,331
347
771

27,705
12,068
309
691

26,830
16,647
325
628

26,260
15,467
305
531

31,919
6,587
379
567

31,152
4,196
368
1,256

33,647

40,595

39,910

40,773

44,430

42,563

39,452

36,972

7,435
1,514

6,001
1,559

4,374
1,469

5,503
1,541

5,773
1,700

8,930
1,686

5,927
1,725

6,494
2,119

137,166

143,500

141,324

144,351

148,475

151,333

147,929

148,910

1,053
1,029
639

1,056
1,029
549

1,057
1,029
692

1,058
1,029
701

1,061
1,029
582

1,069
1,029
776

1,073
1,029
718

1,078
1,078
0

139,887

146,134

144,102

147,139

151,147

154,207

150,749

151,066

19 Cash items in process of collection
20 Bank premises
....
.
21 Operating equipment 8
Other assets
22 Denominated in foreign currencies 4
23 All other
24 Total assets
LIABILITIES
25 Federal Reserve notes 6
Deposits
26 Member bank reserves . .
27 U S Treasury —General account
28 Foreign
29 Other8

....

. .

30 Total deposits
31 Deferred availability cash items
32 Other liabilities and accrued dividends 7
33 Total liabilities
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
34 Capital paid in
35 Surplus
36 Other capital accounts
37 Total liabilities and capital accounts
MEMO:
38 Contingent liability on acceptances purchased for
foreign correspondents
. .
39 Marketable U.S. government securities held in
custody for foreign and international account. .

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

84,854

85,688

86,620

85,731

86,450

90,073

92,412

95,307

Federal Reserve note statement
40 Federal Reserve notes outstanding (issued to
Bank)

105,008

105,651

107,558

108,625

109,590

110,741

112,445

112,836

Collateral held against notes outstanding
Gold certificate account
Special drawing rights certificate account
Acceptances
Eligible paper
U.S. government securities
.

11,718
1,250
0
1,107
90,933

11,706
1,250
0
1,368
91,327

11,693
1,250
0
1,056
93,559

11,679
1,300
0
886
94,760

11,668
1,300
0
1,137
95,485

11,655
1,300
0
1,094
96,692

11,642
1,300
0
692
98,811

11,671
1,300
0
907
98,958

105,008

105,651

107,558

108,625

109,590

110,741

112,445

112,836

41
42
43
44
45

46 Total collateral




. . .

39

10. Federal Reserve Banks—Continued
B. Maturity distribution of loans and securities held
Millions of dollars, end of period

19 74
Type and maturity grouping

Jan.

Feb.

Mar,

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

3,588
3,476 1

4,321
4,226

2,920 i
2,814

1,120
1,059

202 '

959
940
19
0

721
712
9
0

1,821
1,799

1,747
1,709

3,298
3,210

3,209
3,157

68
28
40
0

69
29
40
0

296
253
43
0

216
150
63
3

373
295
78
0

304
225
79
0

218
31
187
0

277
20
184
73

9 U.S. government securities
10 Within 15 days*
11 16 days to 90 days
12 91 days to 1 year
13 Over 1 year to 5 years
14 Over 5 years to 10 years
15 Over 10 years

78,240
4,869
18,668
22,233
23,128
7,580
1,762

78,237
4,166
18,958
23,301
22,235
7,780
1,797

79,483
5,298
18,951
23,232
22,344
7,836
1,822

80,007
5,327
19,917
22,589
22,516
7,836
1,822

81,395
5,397
25,065
21,227
19,879
7,867
1,960

80,484
4,802
25,150
20,697
19,914
7,945
1,976

78,103
9,127
17,770
21,273
19,967
7,954
2,012

16 Federal agency obligations
17 Within 15 days*
18 16 days to 90 days
19 91 days to 1 year
20 Over 1 year to 5 years
21 Over 5 years to 10 years
22 Over 10 years

1,927

2,001

2,308

2,654

3,263

3,128

3,585

1 Loans
2 Within 15 days
3 16 days to 90 days
4 91 days to 1 year
5 Acceptances
,
6 Within 15 days
7
16 days to 90 days
8 91 days to 1 year

.

. . . . .

39
104
234
819
492
239

48
63
248
846
557
239

22
0

185
135
275
821
608
284

38
0

218
119
260
978
723
356

88
0

714
46
312

1,074

746
371

52
0

275
57
397

40



106
0

61
0

504

253
49

218
57
141
20

81,131
3,058
20,926
24,348
21,024
9,893
1,882

81,035
3,340
21,747
22,794
21,289
9,946
1,919

79,351
5,408
18 255
22,534
21,289
9,946
1,919

3,820

4,011

4,001

31
99
513

25
155
577

8

144
598

1,719

1,848

1,894

1,937

May

754
371

June

July

Aug.

865
464

865
464

872
488

836
488

19 75
Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

1,227
1,202

301
275
26
0

101
91
10
0

77
74
3
0

59
58
1
0

1 538
1,536

23
20
3
0

160
552
g
0

178
162
16
0

231
196
35
0

611
262
291
58

. .

5 Acceptances
6 Within 15 days
7 16 days to 90 days . .
8 91 days to 1 year

16 Federal agency obligations
17 Within 15 days*
18 16 days to 90 days
19 91 days to 1 year
20 Over 1 year to 5 years
21 Over 5 years to 10 years
22 Over 10 years

95
0

25
0

1 Loans
2 Within 15 days
3 16 days to 90 days
4 91 days to 1 year

9 U.S. government securities
10 Within 15 days 1
11 16 days to 90 days
12 91 days to 1 year
13 Over 1 year to 5 years
14 Over 5 years to 10 years
15 Over 10 years

3
85
449

1,274

19 74
Nov.

112
0

999
489
436
74

966
457
397
112

993
470
425
98

665
111 i
139
415

1 185
594

865
229
394
242

682
93
383
206

685
99
403
183

840
268
381
191

80,501
4,464
20,740
20 401
23,120
9,612
2,164

81,344
6,324
18,535
21 182
23,440
9,673
2,190

81 086
4,649
22 196
21 059
20 733
10,035
2 414

81 418
3,771
22 146
21 102
21 288
10,485
2 626

87 846
13,679
17 837
21 009
21 772
10,759
2 790

749
891
l§7
972
366
137
196

81 883
5 294
15 760
22 130
2g ' 366
7 137
3 196

4,711

5,213

4,790

5 330

5 330

2,133

2,340

2,313

2 541
1,025

2 580
1,211 1

. . . 80,998
3,264
. . . . 23,045
19 848
. .
. . . . 23,138 i
9,559
. . . . . . . . 2,144
.

.

450
98
640
891
499

535
266
580
991
501

153
260
573
990
501

514
122
608

520

6
189
643
561

2
0

366
225

622
087
911
117
463
957
087

84
3
21
20
2B
7
3

6 071

5 407

**

146

5 083

5 486

2 567
1,209

2 529
1,209

? 552
1,147

2 544
1 187

2 700
1 311

926
192
616

561

85
5
21
20
28
6
3

390
189
529

561

109
282
495

561

27
276
531
518

82
3
16
22
29
5
3

546
826
758
805
858
756
543

230
113
579
553

10. Federal Reserve Banks—Continued

B. Maturity distribution of loans and securities held—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1975

Type and maturity grouping
Sept.

Oct.

1976

Nov.

Dec.

Within 15 days
16 days to 90 days
91 days to 1 year

283
251
32
0

73
46
27
0

46
43

5 Acceptances
6 Within 15 days
7 16 days to 90 days
8 91 days to 1 year

948
353
288
307

1,047
421
294
332

86,998
5,608
19,533
22,198
30,099
5,893
3,667
6,082
303
201
613
3,073
1,310
582

2
3
4

. . . .

9 U.S. government securities
10 Within 15 days1
11 16 days to 90 days
12 91 days to 1 year
13 Over 1 year to 5 years
14 Over 5 years to 10 years
15 Over 10 years

. . . .

16 Federal agency obligations
17 Within 15 days*
18 16 days to 90 days
19 91 days to 1 year
20 Over 1 year to 5 years
21 Over 5 years to 10 years
22 Over 10 years

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

51
51
0
0

54
44
10
0

30
27
3
0

397
390
7
0

316
311
5

0

64
48
16
0

727
70
334
323

1,126
470
409
247

1 230
558
467
205

1,051
505
399
147

883
434
293
156

995
556
226
213

875
515
183
177

1 027
699
200
128

87,184
6,148
18,235
23,190
30,051
5,893
3,667

85,137
2 430
21,460
20,596
30,292
6,348
4,011

87,934
6,205
19,245
21,703
30,273
6,426
4,082

89,971
7 552
20,302
21,053
30 383
6,526
4,155

88,990
4,675
18,489
23,000
30,855
7,557
4,414

89,753
7 365
16,662
23,205
30,463
7,620
4,438

91,814
7 515
17 358
24,224
30 570
7,671
4,476

90,612
5 218
19,637
25,612
27,496
8,088
4,561

94,446
7 569
18 650
26.756
28 531
8,283
4 657

6,242
207
216
657
3,282
1,284
596

6,072
107
108
745
3,222
1,294
596

6,190
134
184
873
3,149
1,254
596

6,617
324
183
870
3,302
1,300
638

6,677
162
146
938
3,419
1,364
648

6 894
328
278
930
3 306
1,404
648

6 739
174
273
962
3,255
1,422
653

6,981
326
199
903
3,356
1,504
693

7 082
303
307
914
3 374
1,491
693

Mar.

Apr.

5 Acceptances
6 Within 15 days
7
16 days to 90 days
8 91 days to 1 year

,

9 U.S. government securities. . .
10 Within 15 days*
11
16 days to 90 days
. .
12 91 days to 1 year .
1 3 Over 1 year to 5 years . . . .
14 Over 5 years to 10 years
15 Over 10 years




Aug.

Sept.

o

1977

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

46
38
8
0

1 Loans
2
Within 15 days
3
16 days to 90 days
4 91 days to 1 year

16 Federal agency obligations
17 Within 15 days*
18 16 days to 90 days
19 91 days to 1 year
20 Over 1 year to 5 years . .
21 Over 5 years to 10 years
22 Over 10 years

June

229
228
1
0

1976

July

May

Apr.

.

64
46
18
0

323
299
24
0

45
31
14
0

39
33
6
0

26
17
9
0

46
44
2

24
19
5

o

270
267
3
0

377
371
6

656
386
206
64

808
585
174
49

838
691
105
42

337
170
99
68

188
27
99
62

991
818
112
61

191
39
95
57

322
169
106
47

280
147
90
43

881
812
51
18

90 , 673
4,405
19,837
24,960
28,531
8,283
4,657

94,030
5,643
18,713
26,300
28,694
9,709
4,971

96 427
6,688
17,269
27,864
29 , 559
9 981
5,066

95,839
5,831
18,395
27,007
29 , 559
9 981
5,066

91 660
2,322
19 683
25,914
30 036
8 876
4,829

97,021
7,207
19,221
25,889
30,710
9 045
4,949

94 134
3,957
18 096
26,979
30 933
9 173
4 996

95 837
3,994
20 862
25,362
30 401
9 84i
5,377

95,987
3,494
20,422
25,928
30,841
9 888
5 ,414

99 967
6,259
22,770
24,327
31,168
9 991
5,452

6,851
88
309
919
3,374
1,468
693

6,919
275
208
996
3,245
1,502
693

7,080
355
383
967
3,267
1 415
693

6,836
100
374
1,021
3,234
1,406
701

6,857
206
167
995
3,370
1 381
738

7,072
319
309
964
3,355
1 388
737

6 790
40
330
1,037
3,361
1 281
741

6,844
247
171
1,091
3,358
1 217
760

6,785
82
268
1,178
3,291
1 206
760

7,201
170
289
1,091
3,490
1,371
790

o

o

41

10. Federal Reserve Banks—Continued

B. Maturity distribution of loans and securities held—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1977

Type and maturity grouping
May

June

July

1978

Aug.

Sept.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

398
386
12
0

5 Acceptances . , ,
6 Within 15 days
7 16 days to 90 days
8 91 days to 1 year
9 U.S. government securities,
10 Within 15 days*
11 16 days to 90 days
12 91 days to 1 year
13 Over 1 year to 5 years , .
14 Over 5 years to 10 years
15 Over 10 years
16 Federal agency obligations
17 Within 15 days*
18 16 days to 90 days
19 91 days to 1 year
20 Over 1 year to 5 years
21 Over 5 years to 10 years
22 Over 10 years .

788
768
20
0

1,267
1,224
43
0

1,069
1,032
37
0

922
883
39
0

925
895
30
0

266
256
10
0

757
740
17
0

303
294
9
0

621
591
26
4

393
384
8
1

131
127
4
0

482
478
4
0

0
0
0
0

248
248
0
0

954
954
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

97,394 102,239
6,195
2,629
19,615 17,712
27,703 30,981
29,930 29,652
11,165 11,233
6,352
6,466

.

258
236
22
0

108
59
45
4

1 Loans
2 Within 15 days
3 16 days to 90 days
4 91 days to 1 year

98,711
4,849
17,589
28,922
29,652
11,233
6,466

98,436 104,715
3,989
6,709
1.8,881 20,858
•10,774 31,772
27,750 28,110
110,451 10,547
6,591
6,719

94,597
4,197
14,222
30,757
28,155
10,547
6,719

96,477 102,819
3,950
4,947
18,203 20,362
30,255 32,539
26,888 27,516
10,222 10,388
6,959
7,067

97,004
5,836
13,155
32,654
27,715
10,477
7,167

98,450
2,512
19,549
30,377
28,824
9,571
7,617

8,033
657
393
1,025
3,636
1,499
823

7,768
375
410
1,000
3,648
1,512
823

7,087
149
"277
1,034
3,450
1,387
790

7,505
305
209
915
3,711
1,542
823

7,639
335
355
884
3,679
1,563
823

7,329
42
379
841
3,752
1,492
823

7,460
292
291
836
3,726
1,492
823

8,455
540
423
740
4,149
1,648
955

8,004
65
375
865
4,175
1,623
901

7,982
222
140
1,127
3,954
1,659
880

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1978
Mar.

42



1,751
1,731
20
0

1,167
1,120
47
0

1,428
1,343
85
0

1,132
1,055
77
0

953
892
61
0

1,363
1,288
75
0

1,206
1,108
98
0

812
767
45
0

1,168
1,138
30
0

290
290
0
0

274
274
0
0

1,021
1,021
0
0

268
268
0
0

296
296
0
0

715
715
0
0

236
236
0
0

0
0
0
0

587
587
0
0

101,577 103,500 102,826 110,146 108,885 111,739 115,279 115,322 113,305 110,562
4,467
6,094
4,297
4,958
2,956
3,710
4,642
4,086
5,150
7,195
, 19,400 21,381 20,129 21,179 19,449 22,058 25,203 22,072 20,315 19,800
30,454 30,757 29,416 32,383 31,475 31,408 30,157 30,730 31,523 29,465
29,376 29,611 29,687 30,784 31,025 30,959 31,309 31,638 31,608 31,608
9,941 10,132 11,760 11,849 11,849 13,521 13,632 13,719 14,717 14,717
8,993
9,707
9,828
9,968 10,675 10,675
8,993
8,878
7,764
7,909

9 U.S. government securities . . . .
10 Within 15 days1
11 16 days to 90 days . . . .
12 91 days to 1 year
13 Over 1 year to 5 years
14 Over 5 years to 10 years
15 Over 10 years .
16 Federal agency obligations.
17 Within 15 days*
18 16 days to 90 days
19 91 days to 1 year
20 Over 1 year to 5 years
21 Over 5 years to 10 years
22 Over 10 years

June

770
770
0
0

.

May

331
315
16
0

1 Loans , .
2 Within 15 days
3 16 days to 90 days
4 91 days to 1 year
5 Acceptances
6 Wuhin 15 days
7 16 days to 90 days
8 91 days to 1 year

.July

Apr.

..
. .

8,193
305
233
1,110
4,044
1,624
877

8,064
189
231
1,152
3,991
1,644
857

7,921
168
105
1,347
3,817
1,637
847

8,526
389
232
1,482
3,921
1,631
871

8,235
114
299
1,495
3,825
1,631
871

8,097
264
258
1,479
3,594
1,641
861

8,597
701
340
1,467
3,619
1,609
861

8,065
164
369
1,488
3,664
1,520
860

7,899
135
438
1,292
3,686
1,488
860

8,029
217
482
1,286
3,723
1,511
810

11. Demand deposits, debits, and deposit turnover, by major banking group
A. Seasonally adjusted
Debits *
(annual rate, billions of dollars)

Demand deposits 1
(billions of dollars)

Period
All
banks

Major
N.Y.C. banks

Other
banks

All
banks

Major
N.Y.C. banks

Other
banks

Deposit turnover (annual rate,
ratio of debits to deposits)
All
banks

Major
N.Y.C. banks

Other
banks

1974™January
February, . . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
..
September . . .
October
November . . .
December.. . .

227.4
228.5
231.2
231.6
231.3
232.8
231.0
232.5
233.2
232.4
235.1
234.1

24.9
25.0
25.7
25.9
26.0
26.6
25.8
26.6
26.6
27.2
27,0
27.4

202.5
203.5
205.5
205.7
205.3
206.2
205.2
205.9
206.6
205.2
208.1
206.7

20,948.1
21,344.8
21,882.3
21,981.1
22,378.5
22,779.2
22,991.9
23,355.2
24,263.2
24,212.3
24,474.4
24,642.5

7,357.0
7,641.1
7,903.7
7,924.5
8,067.7
8,514.7
8,449.0
8,679.1
9,196.0
9,174.8
9,130.9
9,179.2

13,591,1
13,703.7
13,978.6
14,056.6
14,310.8
14,264.5
14,542.9
14,676.1
15,067.2
15,037.5
15,343.5
15,463.3

92,1
93.4
94.6
94.9
96.8
97.8
99.5
100.5
104.0
104.2
104.1
105.3

295.5
305.6
307.5
306.0
310.3
320.1
327.5
326.3
345.7
337.3
338.2
335.0

67.1
67.3
68.0
68.3
69.7
69.2
70.9
71.3
72.9
73.3
73,7
74.8

1975—January
February . . . .
March
April
May
June
July
August .
September . . .
October. . . .
November . . .
December. . . .

231,0
232.9
233.8
233.4
236.7
238.2
238.4
241.8
241.1
239.8
243.8
241.9

26.5
27.1
26.7
27,0
27.7
26.7
27.0
28.0
27.0
27.1
27,3
27,1

204.5
205.8
207.1
206.4
209.0
211.5
211.4
213.8
214.1
212.7
216.5
214.8

24,090.6
24,436.3
24,145.6
24,363.4
24,821.4
25,056.5
24,837.3
25,231.1
25,357.4
26,128.7
25,948.0
25,926.0

9,137.5
9,321.4
9,279.3
9,506.0
9,791.4
9,852.1
9,566.4
9,474.1
9,626.6
10,393.1
10,003.9
10,096.6

14,953.1
15,114,9
14,866.3
14,857.4
15,030.0
15,204.4
15,270.9
15,757.0
15,730.8
15,735.6
15,944.1
15,829.4

104.3
104.9
103.3
104.4
104.9
105.2
104.2
104.3
105.2
109.0
106.4
107.2

344.8
344.0
347.5
352,1
353,5
369.0
354.3
338,4
356.5
383.5
366.4
372.6

73.1
73.4
71.8
72.0
71.9
71.9
72.2
73,7
73.5
74.0
73.6
73.7

1976—-January
February . . . .
March
April
June
July
August
September . . .
October
November . . .
December. . . .

242.9
245.5
245.4
246.3
247.7
248.0
250.5
250.8
250.8
254.8
255.8
260.3

27.6
27.9
28.3
27.6
27.8
28.0
28.0
28.2
27.6
28.3
27.8
27.2

215.3
217.6
217.1
218.7
219.9
220.0
222.5
222.6
223.2
226.5
228.0
233.1

26,434.7
27,832.6
28,275.3
28,045.1
28,246.4
29,205.2
29,766.9
30,347.8
29,781.1
30,024.3
30,131.4
32,074.0

10,559.8
10,356.7
11,240.0
11,078.0
10,991.6
11,513.2
12,082.5
12,079.5
11,432.4
11,894.7
11,818.7
12,559.4

15,874.9
17,475.9
17,035.3
16,967.1
17,254.8
17,692.0
17,684.4
18,268.3
18,348.7
18,129.6
18,312.7
19,514.6

108.8
113.4
115.2
113.9
114.0
117.8
118.8
121.0
118.7
117.8
117.8
123.2

382.6
371.2
397.2
401.4
395.4
411.2
431.5
428.4
414.2
420.3
425.1
461.7

73.7
80.3
78.5
77.6
78.5
80.4
79.5
82.1
82.2
80.0
80.3
83.7

1977— January
February . . . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
September . . .
October
November . . .
December. . . .

256.9
255.0
255.9
260.0
259.4
260.6
270.5
269,8
271.5
276.0
275.2
277.1

28.7
27.4
27.3
27.7
27.7
26.8
28.1
27.6
27.0
28.0
27.1
27.1

228.2
227.6
228.6
232.3
231.7
233.8
242.4
242,2
244.6
247.9
248.1
249.9

32,719.1
31,583.2
32,541.1
33,343.9
34,687.0
34,805.2
34,401.6
35,825,1
35,017.5
35,310,6
36,236,8
36,403.0

13,380.4
12,703.0
12,880.8
13,276.9
13,979.7
14,049.7
13,506.0
14,329.6
14,392.9
14.960.0
14,216.3
14,651.9

19,338.7
18,880.2
19,660.3
20,067.0
20,707.3
20,755.5
20,895.6
29,495.5
20,624.6
20,350.6
22,020.5
21,751.1

127,4
123.9
127.2
128.2
133.7
133.6
127.2
129.1
129.0
127.9
131.7
131.4

466.2
463.6
471.8
479.3
504.7
524.2
479.9
518.3
533.9
533.4
524.4
539.9

84.7
83.0
86.0
86.4
89.4
88.8
86.2
84.6
84.3
82.1
88.7
87.0

1978—January
February . . . .
Jvlarch
April
May
June
July
, ..
August
September . . .
October
November . . .
December. . . .

279.7
278.2
277.0
284.6
284.3
287.9
292.3
293.0
296.4
299.1
297.2
299.9

28.2
27.2
26.3
27.6
26.6
26.8
27.8
28.5
28.2
29.1
28.0
28.2

251.5
251.0
250.7
257.0
257.6
261.1
264.6
264.5
268.2
270.0
269.2
271.8

36,828.7
36,512.9
37,174.1
39,139.0
39,629.6
41,592.1
40,703.1
42,833.2
41,812,1
42,773.2
42,822,2
41,783.3

14,077.9
13,421.8
13,663.5
15,128.1
14,774.9
15,976.0
15,358.0
16,435.3
15,495.9
15,436.9
15,674.3
14,661.7

22,750.8
23,091.1
23,510.6
24,010.9
24,854.7
25,616.1
25,345.2
26,397.9
26,316.2
27,336.3
27,147.9
27,121.6

131.7
131.2
134.2
137.5
139.4
144.5
139.2
146.2
141.1
143.0
144.1
139.3

499.6
494.2
520.0
547.9
555.3
596.0
553.2
577.6
549.6
530.0
559.9
520.4

90.5
92.0
93.8
93.4
96.5
98.1
95.8
99.8
98.1
101.2
100.9
99.8

May




43

11. Demand deposits, debits, and deposit turnover, by major banking group—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted
Demand deposits 1
(billions of dollars)

Period
AH
banks

Major
N.Y.C. banks

Debits i
(annual rate, billions of dollars)
Other
banks

All
banks

Major
N.Y.C. banks

Other
banks

Deposit turnover (annual rate,
ratio of debits to deposits)
All
banks

Major
N.Y.C. banks

Other
banks

1974*^-January
February . . . .
March
April
May . . .
June
July
August . . . .
September. . .
October
November . . .
December. . . .

233.4
224.9
227.9
233.8
227.0
232.6
231.4
228.0
232.2
231.7
236.7
241.8

26.0
25.1
25.6
26.1
25.4
26.9
25.9
25.4
26.3
26.5
27.2
28,5

207.4
199.8
202.3
207.7
201.6
205.7
205.5
202,6
205.9
205.2
209.5
213.3

22,209.6
19,387.2
21,883.2
22,880.4
22,881.6
21,937.2
23,707.2
22,730.4
23,007.6
25,352.4
23,223.6
26,142.0

7,896,1
7,119.4
fl,167.4
8, 137.0
8,266.7
ft, 081. 6
«,429.7
8,072.5
8,725.8
<>,596.4
11,577. 4
10,089.6

14,313,5
12,267.8
13,715.8
14,743,4
14,614,9
13,855.6
15,277.5
14,657.9
14,281.8
15,756.0
14,649.2
16,052.4

95.2
86.2
96.0
97.9
100.8
94.3
102.5
99,7
99.1
109.4
98.1
108.1

303.7
283.6
319.0
311.8
325,5
300.4
325.5
317.8
331.8
362.1
315.3
354.0

69.0
61.4
67.8
71.0
72.5
67.4
74.3
72.3
69.4
76.8
69,9
75.3

1975 —January
February
March
April. . .
May
June
July
August. . ,
September . . .
October .
November . . .
December, . . .

237.1
229.1
230.5
235.6
232.4
238.0
238.9
237.1
240.1
239.1
245.4
249.8

27.6
27.1
26.6
27.2
27.2
27.0
27.2
26.8
26.7
26.4
27.4
28.1

209,5
202.0
203.9
208.4
205.2
211.0
211.7
210,3
213.4
212.7
218.0
221.7

25,678.8
22,195.2
24,042.0
25,461.6
24,381,6
, 25,105.2
25,636.8
23,605.2
24,960.0
27,506.4
23,546.4
28,656.0

9,907.8
3,664.0
9,452.3
9,897.4
9,494.0
9,816.4
9,681.8
8,500.1
9,355.1
10,994.8
9,046.5
11,483.9

15,771.0
13,531.2
14,589.7
15,564.2
14,887.6
15,288.8
15,955.0
15,105.1
15,604.9
16,511.6
14,499.9
17,172.1

108.3
96.9
104.3
108.1
104.9
105.5
107.3
99.6
104.0
115.0
96.0
114.7

359.0
319.7
355.3
363.9
349.0
363.6
355.9
317.2
350.4
416.5
330.2
408.7

75.3
67.0
71.6
74.7
72,6
72.5
75.4
71.8
73,1
77,6
66.5
77.5

1976—January
February . . . .
March
April
May.
June . . . . .
July
August
September . . .
October
November . , .
December. . . .

249.3
241,5
241.8
248.6
243.2
247.8
250.9
246.0
249.8
254.0
257.5
268.8

28.7
27.9
28,1
27.7
27.2
28.2
28.1
27.1
27.4
27.5
28.0
28.3

220.6
213.6
213.7
220.9
216.0
219.6
222.8
218.9
222,4
226.5
229.5
240.5

27,069.6
24,523.2
30,423.6
29,389.2
26,556.0
30,496.8
29,676.0
29,319.6
29,505.6
29,188.8
29,529.6
35,679.6

10,830.1
9,436.7
12,396.8
J l , 667.0
10,148.2
11,901.3
11,729.0
1,1,246.4
1,1,398,3
11,478.8
11,486.4
14,594.0

16,239.5
15,086.5
18,026,8
17,722.2
16,407.8
18,595.5
17,947.0
18,073.2
18,107.3
17,710,0
18,043.2
21,085.6

108.6
101.5
125.8
118.2
109.2
123.1
118.3
119.2
118.1
114.9
114.7
132.7

377.4
338.2
441.2
421.2
373.1
422.0
417.4
415,0
416.0
417.4
410.2
515.7

73,6
70.6
84.4
80.2
76.0
84.7
80,6
82.6
81.4
78.2
78.6
87.7

1977 —January
February . . . .
March
April
May .
June
July,. .
August
September . . .
October
November . . .
December,. . .

236.6
250.8
252.2
262.5
254.6
260.3
271.1
264.4
270.5
275.1
277.2
286.2

29.9
27.4
27.2
27.9
27.1
27.1
28.4
26.4
26,6
27.2
27.3
28.3

233.7
223.4
225.0
234.6
227.5
233.2
242.6
238.0
243.9
247.9
249.9
257.9

32,068.0
28,686.7
35,050,2
33,605.5
33,822.9
36,435.8
32,956.7
35,068.9
34,702.3
34,180.6
35,657.0
38,914.8

13,076.3
11,784.8
14,358.8
13,210.2
13,505. 6
14,707.0
12,604,4
13,876.6
14,325.2
14,298.1
13,988.8
16,119.7

18,991.7
16,901.9
20,691.4
20,395.3
20,317.3
21,728.8
20,352.3
21,192.3
20,377.1
19,882.5
27,668.2
22,795.1

121.7
114.4
139.0
128.0
132.8
140.0
121.6
132.6
128.3
124.2
128.7
136.0

437.3
430.1
527.9
473.5
498.4
542.7
443.2
526.3
538.4
525.3
512.4
569.9

81.3
75.7
92.0
86.9
89.3
93.2
83.9
89.0
83.6
80.2
86.7
88,4

1978—January
February . . . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
September , . .
October
November . . .
December. . . .

286.9
273.8
273.1
287.1
279.1
287.6
292.3
293.0
296.4
299.1
297.2
299.9

29.4
27.2
26.4
27.6
26.1
27.0
27.8
28.5
28.2
29.1
28.0
28.2

257.5
246.5
246.7
259.5
253.0
260.6
264.6
264.5
268.2
270.0
269.2
271.8

37,454.7
33,153.7
40,259.6
37,730.0
40,263.7
43,546.9
38,830.8
43,133.0
39,846.9
42,944.3
42,222.7
42,911,5

14,408.2
12,487.2
15,479.4
14,487.5
14,787.6
16,701.3
14,144.6
15,969.6
14,557.1
15,362.0
15,617.8
15,627.2

23,046.5
20,666.5
24,780.2
23,242.5
25,476.1
26,845.7
24,686.2
27,163.4
25,289.8
27,582.3
26,604.9
27,284.3

130.5
121.1
147.4
131.4
144.2
151.4
132.6
150.2
135.0
144.0
141.1
138.5

489.9
458.6
586.1
524.9
566.0
617.7
503.6
589.4
523.4
544.2
554.0
532.0

89.5
83.8
100.5
89.6
100.7
103.0
93.2
104.5
94.6
102.1
98.1
97.3

44



12. Savings deposits, debits, and deposit turnover, by type of depositor
Not seasonally adjusted
Savings deposits l
(billions of dollars)

Period
All
depositors

Business

2

Debits
(annual rate, billions of dollars)
Other

All
depositors

Business

2

Other

Deposit turnover (annual rate,
ratio of debits to deposits)
All
depositors

Business

2

Other

1977_~July
August
September . . .
October
November . . ,
December. . . .

214.7
215.2
215.0
216.0
215.8
215.8

10.2
10.5
10.8
10.6
10.7
10.8

204.9
205.5
205.5
206.6
206.5
206.8

348,5
357.6
346.5
355.2
326.1
354.0

40.8
42.5
43.6
41.9
42.1
49.1

307.8
315,1
303.0
313.2
284.0
304.9

1.6
1.7
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.6

4.0
4.0
4.1
4.0
3.9
4.6

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

1978—January
February . . . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
September . . .
October
November . . .
December

217.7
218,3
220.2
222.1
222.6
223.0
222.6
221.9
221.9
221.9
220.1
218.6

10.7
10.6
10.6
10.7
11.0
11.1
11.1
11.3
11.5
11.5
11.5
11.5

208.6
209.0
211.1
213.0
213.5
214.0
213.7
213.1
213.2
213.2
211.5
210.1

388.4
318.4
381.8
426.1
399.4
446.4
436.1
435.2
421,0
467.4
451.3
445.1

50.4
42.5
48.3
49.5
51.9
61.5
56.2
58.5
62.0
65.7
65.1
68.4

338.0
275.9
333.5
376.7
347.5
384.9
379.9
376.6359.1
401.7
386.3
376.8

1.8
1.5
1,7
1.9
1.8
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.9
2.1
2.1
2.0

4.7
4.0
4.6
4.6
4.7
5.5
5.1
5.2
5.4
5.7
5.7
6.0

.6
.3
.6
.8
.6
.8
.8
.8




'.9
.9

.8

45

13. Measures of the money stock
A. Seasonally adjusted

1

Billions of dollars
Overall measures

Related data
Deposits

Year
and
month

M-l

M-1 +

M-2

M-3

M-4

M-5

Commercial banks

Currency
Demand

209.9
210.7
211.6
211.4
211.7
213.1
213.4
213.5
213.7
214.1
215.1
215.3

369.7
375.6
377.9
386.5
392.9
397.7
402.3
407.1
409.1
412.4
414.0
418.1

65.4
67.8
67.7
73.6
78.6
80.8
83.4
85.8
86.2
86.2
86.2
89.0

304.3
307.9
310.2
312.8
314.3
316.9
318.8
321.2
322.9
326.3
327.8
329.1

350.0
352.0
354.5
356.1
356.8
358.2
359.5
360.2
361.5
363.3
365.7
368.7

987.4
995.3
,004.9
,012,8
,025.9
,041.5
,051.0
,059,9
,067.9
,075.0
,085.7
,092.4

706.8
710.8
713.4
714,4
719.4
726.5
728.5
731.0
734.4
737.6
744.6
745.8

,078.8
,086.8
,094.3
,100.9
,111.6
,125.0
,133.0
,140.5
,148.6
,156.3
,167.8
,173.5

68.3
68,7
69.4
69.3
70.1
70.9
71.3
71.9
72.1
72.7
73.4
73.8

214.5
214.4
215.6
215.2
217.2
220.3
220.3
221.1
222.1
221.0
222.8
221.7

424.0
427.7
428.5
429.9
432.1
435.2
436.9
438.0
440.2
444.0
448.3
450,3

91.4
91.5
89.4
88,0
85.6
83.6
$1.9
80.6
80.7
81.3
82.0
81.0

332.6
336.2
339.1
341.9
346.4
351.7
354.9
357.4
359.5
362.7
366.3
369.3

371.9
375.9
380.9
386.4
392,2
398.6
404.5
409.5
414.2
418.6
423.2
427.7

461.4
470.1
475.1
480.3
485.5
486.3
488,6
493 4
498,2
505.3
510.7
517.2

671.6 ,104.2
680.0 ,118,3
684.3 ,128.1
690.7 ,140.2
696.5 ,151.3
699.4 ,159.1
704.3 ,169.2
710.8 ,181.4
,194.4
717.5
726.3 ,209.7
732.9 ,222.1
740.6 1,235,6

749.6
754.9
757.1
761.9
765.1
768.9
773.8
776 7
781.5
789.0
795.2
803,0

,182.2
,193.2
,201.0
,211.4
,219.9
,228.6 [
,238.6
,247.3
,258,4
,272.3
,284.4
,298.0

74.3
75.0
75.7
76.5
77.2
77.5
78.1
78.6
79.2
79.8
80.3
80.8

222.3
223.9
224.3
225.2
226.8
226.5
226.8
228.0
228.6
231.0
231.6
233.0

452.9
456.0
457.1
460.1
461.1
464.8
468.8
470.1
473.7
478.2
483.3
489.2

78.0
74.9
72.9
71.2
68.6
69.5
69.4
66.0
64.0
62.6
62.2
62.4

374.9
381.1
384.3
389.0
392.5
395.4
399 . 4
404.2
409,7
415,6
421.0
426.7

432.6
438.3
443.8
449.5
454.9
459.7
464.8
470.6
476.9
483.3
489.2
495.0

316.1
317.9
319.7
322.5
323.6
325.3
328.7
330.6
333.1
335.4
336.5
338.7

523.1
527.4
531.3
535.9
538.2
540.4
545.0
549.2
553.6
556.7
558.0
560.6

747.5
753.3
759.2
765.6
769.9
775.5
783.9
789.6
795.5
801.2
805.2
809.4

1,248.9
1,260.7
1,271.7
1,283.3
,292.9
,304.4
,319.2
,331.6
,344.5
,356.4
,365.2
,374.3

810.2
816.2
820.9
827.2
832.2
838.8
847.1
853.7
859.6
867.9
876.1
883.1

,311.7
,323.5
,333.5
,344.9
,355.1
,367.8
,382.5
,395.8
,408.7
,423.0
,436.1
,448.0

81.3
82.0
82.4
83.1
83.6
84.1
85.1
85.6
86.4
87.1
87.8
88.6

234.8
235.9
237.4
239.3
240.0
241.2
243.6
245.0
246.6
248.2
248.7
250.1

494.1
498.3
501.2
504.8
508.6
513.5
518.4
523.2
526.6
532.5
539.6
544.4

62.7
62.9
61.8
61.6
62.3
63.3
63.3
64.1
64.1
66,7
70.9
73.7

431.4
435.5
439.5
443.2
446.3
450.2
455.2
459.0
462.4
465.9
468.7
470.7

501.5
507 . 3
512.5
517.6
523.0
529.0
535.3
542.1
549.0
555.1
560.0
564.9

341.9
342.4
343.2
347.9
350,7
352.5
354.4
356,7
360.7
361.2
360.6
361.2

564.6
565.3
566.4
572.1
576.1
578 . 6
580.1
583.6
589.5
589.9
587.8
587.2

816.0 ,385.5
819.4 ,392.9
822.6 ,400.3
830.3 ,411.9
836.7 ,422.0
842.6 ,433.1
848.6 ,444.5
856.5 ,458.0
865.6 ,474 1
870.2 1,484.8
873.7 1,493.1
875.8 1,500.1

891.9
898.3
904.0
913.8
922.9
929.3
936.6
944.1
954.1
958.8
969.1
972.4

,461.4
,471.8
,481.7 '
,495.3
,508.2
,519.8
,532.5
,545.6
1,562.6
1,573.4
1,588.6
1,596.7

89.4
90.2
90.7
91.3
92.0
92.5 !
93.2
93.9
95.2
95.8
96.6
97.5

252.5
252.3
252.5 '
256.6 ;
258.8
260.0
261.2
262.8
265.5
265.3
264.0
263.7

550.0
555.9
560.8
565.9
572.2
576.8
582.1
587.4
593.5
597.7
608.5
611.2

75.9
78.9
H I .5
83.4
86.2
86.7
88.0
87.6
88.5
88.6
95.4
96.6

474.1
477.0
479.4
482.5
486.0
490.1
494.1
499.8
504.9 !
509.1 i
513.1 '
514.6

569 . 5
573.5
577.7
581.5
585.3
590.5
595.9
601.5
608.5
614.6
619.5
624.4

926.2
933.3
939.4
944.1
947.0
952.8
956.6
960.4
964.1
970.3
976.0
981.0

282.8
283.1
284.9
284.5
287.3
291.3
291.6
293.0
294.2
293.7
296.2
295.4

419.9
421.6
425.9
428.2
433.2
441.0
443.4
446.3
449.2
450.1
454.8
456.8

615.5
619.3
624.0
626.4
633.7
642.9
646.5
650.4
653.7
656.4
662.5
664.8

296,6
298.9
300.0
301.7
304.0
304.1
304.9
306.6
307.8
310.7
311.9
313.8

1977™January
February
March
. .......
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1978—-January
February
March
April
May
,
June .
.
July
August
September
October
November
December

1975=— January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1976 —January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August . .
September
October
November
December

46




. .

. ...

..

Other

62.1
62.7
63.2
63.7
64.2
64.6
64.8
65.5
66.0
66.6
67.4
67.8

576.2
581.3
585.0
588.0
590.2
594.6
597.0
600.2
602.6
607.0
610.2
612.2

....

CDs *

991.6
,001.1
,007.1
,017.7
,025.6
,033.6
,040.0
,046.3
,050.3
,056.5
,062.2
,070.0

399.8
401.6
403.7
404.8
405.9
408.7
410.1
411.4
412.5
414.7
417.4
419.5

....

Total

Nonbank
thrift
institutions 3

641.6
649.0
652.7
661.6
668.8
675.4
680.5
686.0
688.8
693.2
696.4
701.3 ,

272.0
273.4
274.8
275,1
275,9
277.7
278.2
279.0
279.7
280.8
282.5
283.2

1974=January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August . .
September
October
November
December

Time aitd savings

13. Measures of the money stock

1

B. Not seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars
Overall measures

Related data
Deposits
Commercial banks

Year
and
month

M-l

M-l-f

M-2

M-3

M-4

M-5

Currency

Demand

Time and savings

DomesTotal Memtic Total CDs 2 Other
ber
nonmember

276.9 404.3 580.5
1 974—Janua ry
269.3 397.2 577.6
February .
271.5 401.2 583.9
March
277.0 408.1 592.3
April
271.6 402.8 588.3
May
277.0 409.3 595.3
June
279.0 412.2 598.2
July
276.4 408 7 597 5
August
September . . . 278.0 409.7 599.3
280.1 412,8 604.7
October
November . . . 284.2 418.0 608.8
291.3 426.2 617.5
December

929.3
929.0
939.7
950.8
946.6
955.8
960.1
957 8
959.7
966.4
971.8
983.8

NonOther bank
check- thrift
able institutions 3

U.S.
government*

646.3
995.1
643.6
995.1
650.6 1,006.4
664.1 ,022.6
665.5 ,023.8
674.9 ,035.4
681.0 ,042,9
684 6 ,044.9
688.1 ,048.5
693.5 ,055.1
695.9
,058.8
708.0 ,074.3

61.6
61.9
62.7
63.5
64.1
64.8
65.3
65 7
65.8
66.4
67.9
69.0

215.3
207.4
208.8
213.5
207.4
212.2
213.7
210 7
212.2
213,7
216.4
222.2

155.8
150.4
151.6
154.8
150.2
152.7
153.8
151 7
152.7
153.7
155.4
159.7

56.6
54.4
54.4
56.0
54.6
55.9
56.2
55 8
56.3
56.8
57.3
58.5

369.4
374.3
379.1
387.1
393.9
397.9
402.0
408 2
410.1
413.3
411.7
416.7

65.8
66.1
66.7
71.8
77.2
79.6
82.8
87 1
88.7
88.8
87.1
90.5

304.3
307.9
310.2
312.8
314.3
316.9
318.8
321 2
322,9
326.3
327.8
329.1

0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0 3
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4

348.8
351.4
355.8
358.5
358.3
360.5
361.9
360 3
360,4
361.7
362.9
366.3

8.1
6.6
6.4
6.0
7.6
6.1
5.4
4 0
5.5
3.7
3.4
4.9

1975—January
February
March
April
May
. . .
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

287.7
278.5
281.4
286,5
282.9
290.6
292.6
290.6
292.4
293.0
298.1
303.9

424.2
416.6
423.1
431.7
430.1
441.7
445.8
443.8
446.1
448.1
455.2
463.6

619.5
615.2
622.7
631.1
631.9
643.8
648.3
647.8
650.2
653.8
660.9
670.0

990.3
990.3
1,004.9
1,019.9
1,025.6
1,044.7
1,055.3
1,057 5
1,063.2
,070.8
,081.0
,095.0

711.4
704.4
710,8
716.9
716.0
726.1
729.6
729 0
732.9
737.5
743.7
753,5

,082.2
,079.5
,093.0
,105.7
,109.7
,127.0
,136.6
,138.6
,145.9
,154.5
,163.8
,178.4

67.8
67.8
68.8
69.1
70.0
71.2
71.9
72 1
71.9
72.5
73.9
75.1

219.9
210.6
212.6
217.4
212.9
219.4
220.7
218 4
220.5
220.5
224.2
228.8

158.2
151.8
153.4
156 9
153.4
157.5
158.4
156 4
157.7
157.3
159.6
162.8

58.2
55.7
56.0
57.4
56.6
58.9
59.4
59 0
59.7
60.3
61.4
62.6

423.8
425.9
429.4
430 4
433.2
435.5
436.9
438 4
440.4
444.5
445.6
449.6

91.9
89.2
88.1
85 8
84.1
82.3
81.3
81 1
82.7
83.7
82.9
83.5

332.6
336.2
339.1
341.9
346.4
351.7
354.9
357 4
359.5
362.7
366.3
369.3

0.4
0,4
0,5
0 5
0,5
0.5
0.5
0 6
0.6
0.6
0.7
0.7

370.8
375.2
382.2
388 8
393.6
400.8
407.0
409 7
413.0
417.0
420.1
424.9

4.0
3.3
3.8
4 0
4.1
4.2
3.4
2 7
3.9
3.4
3.5
4.1

1976 —January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
... .
September
October
November
December

301.6
293 7
396.0
304 2
299.4
303.4
306.2
304.4
306.0
310.6
313.6
322.6

465.8
464 4
472.2
484 8
482.4
487 0
491.5
491.2
494.8
503.7
510.8
524.2

675.6
675 5
683.2
696 2
694.8
700 5
706.5
708.1
713.7
724.1
730.8
745.8

,107.0
,113 0
,128.5
,148.5
,151.1
,162 5
1,174.0
1,178.9
1,189.6
1,206.1
1,217.1
1,238.3

754.1
748 6
754.9
765 6
762.2
769 7
775.3
774.4
779.0
788.2
793.7
810.0

,185.5
,186 1
,200.2
,217.8
,218.5
,231 7
,242.9
,245.2
,254.9
,270 3
,279.9
,302.6

73.7
74 1
75.1
76 3
77.1
77 8
78.7
78.9
79.0
79 6
80.8
82.1

227.9
219 6
220.9
227 9
222.2
225 6
227.5
225.5
227.0
231 0
232.8
240.5

162.6
156 5
157.6
162 5
157.9
160 0
160.9
159.2
159.9
162 7
163.5
169.4

62.1
59 9
60.3
62 4
61.1
62 5
63.1
62.9
64.0
65 0
66.0
67.5

452.5
454 9
458.9
461.4
462.8
466 3
469.1
470.0
473.0
477 6
480.1
487.4

78.5
73 0
71.8
69 4
67.4
69 1
68.9
66.3
65.3
64 2
62.9
64.3

374.9
381 1
384.3
389.0
392.5
395.4
399.4
404.2
409.7
415 6
421.0
426.7

0.7
0 8
0.8
0 9
0.9
0 9
1.0
1.1
1.2
1 2
1.3
1.4

431.4
437 5
445.3
452 2
456.3
462 0
467.5
470.8
475.9
482 0
486.3
492.5

3.8
4 5
3.9
3.9
3.8
4 8
3.5
3.7
5.0
4 0
4.1
4.4

1977™-January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

321.3
311.9
315.0
325.3
318.7
324.6
330.4
328.1
331.1
335.2
338.4
348.2

527.6
520.8
527.8
541.1
535.1
541.3
548.4
546.8
549.8
554 9
558.0
568.0

751.8
748.2
757.8
771.8
768.2
776 7
786.5
786.7
791.3
798 7
802.8
814.9

,252.0
,254.1
,271.5
,292.1
,292.3
,308.0
,324.6
,329.0
,339.5
,352 7
,359.9
,377.2

815.0
809.5
818.6
831.9
829.3
839.8
849.2
851.1
856.7
867 0
874.4
890.8

,315.1
,315.4
,332.3
,352.1
,353 5
,371.0
,387.3
,393.5
,404.9
,421 0
,431.5
,453.2

80.7
80.9
81.7
82.9
83 5
84.3
85.8
85.9
86.2
86 9
88.4
90.1

240.6
230 9
233.3
242.4
235 2
240.3
244.6
242.3
244.9
248 2
250.0
258.1

169.1
162 0
163.2
168.8
163 1
166.3
169.0
167.5
168.8
171 2
171.5
177.5

68.0
65 5
66.6
70.0
68 4
70.2
71.4
70.8
71.8
72.8
74.1
76.2

493.6
497.6
503.6
506.5
510 7
515.2
518.8
523.0
525.7
531.8
536.0
542.6

63.1
61 3
60.8
60.1
61 2
63.0
62.8
64.5
65.4
68 3
71.6
75.9

431.4
435.5
439.5
443.2
446.3
450.2
455.2
459.0
462.4
465.9
468.7
470.7

.4
4
.5
.6
6
1.7
1.8
1.8
1.9
2 0
2.1
2.1

500.2
505 9
513.7
520.3
524 1
531.2
538.1
542.3
548.2
554.0
557.0
562.3

3.9
4.2
4.3
5.4
3.6
5.0
3.6
3.4
5.0
3.7
3.5
5.1

J978 —January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

347.5
335.9
338.2
350.9
345.5
351.8
. . , . 356.2
354.1
358.5
361.0
362.6
371.3

569.3
558.2
562.6
577.6
572.7
579.5
583.7
580.9
585.5
588.1
587.9
595.2

820.6 ,388.8 897.0
813.9 ,385.8 890.8
821.1 ,400.0 901.4
837.0 ,421.3 918.3
,421.3 919.5
834.9
844.0 ,436.8 930.3
851.3 ,450.1 938.6
853.4 ,455.1 941.5
861.1 ,468.6 951.4
867.5 1,480.9 958.3
871.0 1,487.2 967.4
881.5 1,502.8 981.0

,465.1
,462.6
,480.2
,502.7
,506.0
, 523 . 1
,537.5
,543.2
,558.9
,571.7
,583.5
,602.4

88.7
89.0
89.9
91.0
91.9
92.8
93.9
94.2
94.9
95.6
97.3
99.1

258.8
247.0
248 2
259.9
253.6
259.0
262.3
259.9
263.6
265.3
265.3
272.2

177.3
169.0
170.0
177.3
172.7
175.8
177.9
176.2
178.3
179.4
178.4
183.0

77.0
73.8
74.3
78.5
77.0
79.2
80.4
79.8
81.4
82.2
83.2
85.2

549.5
554.9
563.2
567.4
574.1
578.5
582.4
587.4
592.9
597.4
604.8
609.7

76.4
76.9
80.2
81.4
84.6
86.3
87.3
88.0
90.3
90.8
96.4
99.5

474.1
477.0
479 .4
482.5
486.0
490.1
494.1
499.8
504.9
509.1
513.1
514.6

2.2
2.3
2.3
2.5
2.6
2.6
2.7
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.9
3.0

568.1
571.8
578.8
584.3
586.4592.8
598.8
601.7
607.5
613.4
616.2
621.4

4.3
4.3
4.8
5.0
4.0
6.2
4.4
3.5
6.2
4.2
8.0
10.2




47

14. Aggregate reserves and deposits of member banks
A. Reserves l
Seasonally adjusted
Period

Total
reserves

Nonborrowed

Required

Not seasonally adjusted
Monetary
base 2

Total
reserves

Nonborrowed

Required

Monetary
base 2

Billions of dollars
1974-—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1975-—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August . .
September
October
..
November.
December

..

July

August
September . .
October
November
December

1978 — January, . ,
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

48



Borrowings

Millions of dollars

.....

....

....
....

35.12
35.25
35.27
35.85
36.42
36.87
37.24
37.38
37.45
36.94
36.84
36.55

34.07
34.06
33.95
34.12
33.83
33.86
33.94
34.04
34.16
35.13
35.59
35.83

34.96
35.07
35.13
35.67
36.26
36.67
37.08
37.19
37.27
36.82
36.64
36.30

99.3
100.1
100.6
101.7
102.8
103.7
104.3
105.1
105.8
105.9
106.5
106.7

;(6.58

35.24
34.93
35.95
36. 4B
36.46
37.32
37.04
37.07
36.87
•16.78
36.86

35.53
34.04
33.61
34.22
33.89
33.45
34.02
33.70
33.78
35.06
35.52
36.13

36.42
35.05
34.79
35.77
36.32
36.26
37.16
36.85
36.89
36.75
36,57
36.60

100.4
99.2
99.7
101.8
102,8
103.5
105.0
105.0
105.2
105.6
106.9
108.3

162
184
134
182
160
198
162
188
181
120
205
258

1,051
1,191
1,314
1,736
2,590
3,006
3,301
3,336
3 t 282
1,813
1,252
727

36.27
35.61
35.16
35.09
34.83
34.99
34.83
34.76
34.97
34.77
34.67
34.67

35.88
35.46
35.06
34.98
34.76
34.77
34.53
34.54
34.58
34.58
34.61
34.54

36.13
35.41
34.96
34.94
34.68
34.79
34.64
34.56
34.78
34.56
34.39
34.40

106.9
106.7
106.9
106.8
107.2
108.3
108.6
109.1
109.6
109.9
110.6
111.0

37.70
35.53
34.71
35.17
34.65
34.63
214.87
214.46
34.64
34.63
34,58
34.99

37.30
35.38
34.61
35.06
34.59
34.40
34.57
34.25
34.24
34.44
34.52
34.86

37.55
35.33
34.51
35.01
34.50
34.43
34.69
34.26
34.45
34.43
34.29
34.72

107.9
105.6
105.7
106.6
106.9
108.2
109.2
109.0
109.0
109.5
Ul.O
112.7

147
194
200
158
155
201
188
195
191
207
283
266

398
147
106
110
66
227
301
211
397
190
60
130

34.17
34,21
34.20
34.06
34.22
34.18
34.28
34.37
34.25
34.47
34.75
34.89

..

1976 —January
February
March
April
May
June

1977—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

Excess

34.10
34.13
34.15
3'4.01
34.11
34.05
34.14
34.27
34.18
34,38
34.67
34.83

33.93
33.99
33.98
33.90
34.01
33.96
34.04
34.16
34.05
34.25
34.49
34.61

111.1
111.8
112.5
113.2
114.0
114.4
115.0
115.7
116.1
117.0
117.8
118.4

215.60
214.15
33.76
34.13
34.06
33.86
34.31
214.05
33.89
34.34
34.69
35.24

35.52
34.07
33.70
34.08
33.94
33.74
34.18
33.95
33,83
34.24
34.62
35.18

35.36
33.93
33.53
33.97
33.85
33.65
34.08
33.84
33.69
34.12
34.43
34.96

112.0
110.7
111.3
113.0
113.7
114.3
115.7
115.6
115.6
116.6
118.3
120.3

240
219
223
155
210
214
234
207
201
219
257
274

78
81
54
44
115
127
133
100
62
94
72
53

34.63
34.52
34.55
34.74
34.81
34,79
35.23
35.49
35.54
35.81
35.96
36.10

34.56
34.45
34.45
34.66
34.60
34.52
34.91
34.43
34.92
34.50
35.10
35.53

34.37
34.32
34,34
34.54
34.60
34.64
34.96
35.29
35.33
35.60
35.71
35.91

118.8
119.3
119.9
120.8
121.4
121.8
123.3
124.2
125.0
126.0
126.9
127.8

36.06
34.43
34.08
34.79
34.67
34.44
35.32
215.19
35.17
215.73
35,90
36.49

36.00
34.36
33.98
34.72
34.46
34.18
34.99
34.13
34.55
34.43
35.04
35.92

35.80
34.23
33,87
34.60
34.46
34.29
35.04
34.99
34.96
35.52
35.65
36.30

119.7
118.1
118.6
120.6
121.1
121.7
124.1
124.1
124.5
125.8
127.5
129.8

266
198
215
192
208
147
275
200
209
210
251
190

68
71
103
73
206
262
323
1,061
626
1,306
862
569

36.67
36.88
36.67
36.93
37.27
37.63
38.11
37.93
38.21
38.38
39.75
41.27

36.18
36.47
36.34
36.38
36.05
36.53
36.80
36.79
37.15
37.10
39.05
40.40

36.40
36.64
36.47
36.79
37.05
37.45
37.92
37.77
38.02
38.22
39.53
41.04

129.3
130.3
130.6
131.4
132.6
133.5
134.7
135,3
136.8137.8
139.9
142.4

38.14
36.85
36.13
36.97
37.08
37.30
38.25
37.57
37.81
38.38
39.64
41 . 68

37.66
36.44
35.80
36.41
35.87
36.21
36.93
36.43
36.75
37.10
38.94
40.81

37.88
36.61
35.93
36.82
36.86
37.12
38.05
37.40
37.61
38.21
39.42
41.45

130.2
128.9
129.2
131.1
132.2
133.5
135.7
135.2
136.2
137.5
140.5
144.6

305
133
306
64
252
137
140
262
75
212
305
125

481
405
344
539
1,227
1,111
1,286
1,147
I t 068
1,261
722
874

14. Aggregate reserves and deposits of member banks—Continued

B. Deposits
Billions of dollars
Seasonally adjusted

Not seasonally adjusted
Deposits subject to reserve requirements l

Deposits subject to reserve requirements 1
Period
Total

1974—January
February
March
April
May
June
Julv
August
September
October
November
December
1975 —January
February
March
April
May, . .
June
July
August
September
October. , .
November
December
1976—January
February
March
April
Ivlay
June
Julv
August
September
October
November
December

. .

.

....

,
°

IVlay

June
July
August . .
September
October
November
December
1978 —January
February
March
April
May
June
Julv
August
September
October
November
December




.

Private demand
Total

Net
interbank

Other

U.S.
government
demand

Total

Time
and
savings

Private demand
Total

Net
interbank

Other

U.S.
government
demand

......

447.7
450.5
452.1
460.5
466.8
470.8
474.5
477.3
479.8
480.4
482.4
486.0

282.9
287.2
288.3
296.3
302.6
306.5
310.3
314.2
316.0
317.4
318.8
322.1

158.4
158.7
159.1
159.9
159.2
159.8
159.9
159.2
159.7
159.8
160.6
160.6

9.3
9.2
9.3
10,2
9.7
10.2
10.3
9.5
9,5
9.6
9.5
10.3

149.1
149.5
149.8
149.7
149.5
149.6
149.6
149.7
150,2
150.2
151.0
150,4

6.3
4.6
4.6
4.4
5.0
4.5
4.2
3.9
4,1
3.2
3.0
3.3

453.0
447,1
450.4
462.5
464.7
470.0
474.3
475.1
479.7
480.5
481.2
491.8

283.1
285.7
288.6
296.2
303.0
306.4
310.1
315.3
317.2
318.6
317.4
321.7

163.4
156.3
156.9
161.5
155.6
158.9
160.0
157.0
158.3
159.1
161.4
166.6

9.9
9.0
9.0
10.0
9.2
10.1
10.4
9.4
9.5
9.5
9.8
10.8

153.6
147.3
147.9
151.5
146.4
148.9
149.6
147.6
148.8
149.6
151.6
155.8

6.5
5,1
4,9
4.9
6.0
4.7
4.1
2.9
4.1
2.8
2.4
3.4

489.7
491.8
493.7
493.8
494.8
497.9
497.2
497.5
499.6
500.4
505.0
504.2

•

1977 —January
February
March
April

Time
and
savings

326.9
328.6
328.8
329.3
329.4
330.2
330.1
330.2
331.7
333.7
336.1
336.8

159.9
160,9
162.3
161.6
162.8
165.0
164.4
164.6
165.2
163.9
165.8
164.5

10.2
10.5
10.8
10.4
10.3
10.4
10.3
10.2
10.5
10.2
10.5
10.4

149.7
150.4
151.5
151.2
152.5
154.6
154.1
154.4
154.7
153.7
155.4
154.2

2.9
2.2
2.7
2.8
2.7
2.7
2.7
2.7
2.7
2.8
3.1
2.9

495.1
487.0
491.6
495.4
491.8
497.5
497.2
494.8
499.1
500.4
503.6
510.9

327.2
326.5
328.9
329.1
329.8
330.2
330.2
330.5
332.2
334.7
334.3
337.2

165.0
158.0
159.8
163.2
159.0
164.2
164.5
162.3
164.0
163.3
166.7
170.7

10.8
10.3
10.5
10.2
9.7
10.4
10.4
10.0
10.5
10.1
10.7
11.0

154.2
147.7
149.3
153.0
149.3
153.8
154.1
152.3
153.5
153.2
156.0
159.7

2.9
2.4
2.8
3.2
3.1
3.0
2.5
2.0
2.9
2.5
2.5
3.1

505.6
508.5
508.2
509.5
508.9
512.0
513.8
514.7
516.2
519.8
524.3
528.6

337.7
338.8
338.9
339,9
339.0
341,4
343.5
342.9
344.5
346.8
349.9
354.1

165.0
166.5
166.5
166.9
167.4
167.5
167.6
168.2
168.4
169.7
170.9
171.5

10.4
11.0
10.8
10.7
10.5
10.5
10.7
10.7
11.0
10.9
11.8
11.4

154.6
155.5
155.7
156.3
156.9
157.0
156.9
157.5
157.4
158.8
159.1
160.1

2.9
3.2
2,8
2.7
2.6
3.1
2.8
3.6
3.3
3.2
3.5
3.0

511,1
504.2
506.4
511.9
506.0
512.7
513.9
511.3
514.9
518.9
522.4
534.8

337.9
337.5
339.6
340.2
339.9
342.5
343.7
342.7
344.1
346.7
347.6
353.6

170.3
163.4
163.9
168.8
163.4
166.7
167.7
165.9
167.2
169.5
171.8
177.9

11.1
10.8
10.5
10.5
9.8
10.5
10.8
10.5
11.0
10.8
12.1
12.0

159.2
152.6
153.4
158.3
153.6
156,2
156,9
155.3
156.2
158.7
159.8
165.9

2.9
3.4
2.9
2.9
2.7
3.6
2.5.
2.7
3.6
2.9
2.9
3.3

532.2
532.9
535.4
538.2
538.4
543.6
547.3
551.8
553.5
559.1
564.0
568.6

357.0
359.4
360.6
361.4
363.4
366.6
369.0
372.0
373.6
377.7
383.2
386.7

172.3
170.6
171.8
173.1
172.6
173.8
175.3
176.5
176.6
178.3
177.8
178.5

11.6
9.6
10.2
10.4
10.3
10.5
10.3
10.7
10,2
10.6
9.9
10.2

160.7
161.1
161,5
162.7
162.2
163.3
165.0
165.8
166.4
167.7
167.9
168.3

2.9
3.0
3.1
3.7
2.4
3.1
2.9
3.2
3.3
11
3.0
3.5

537.7
528.7
534.0
541.3
535.8
544.5
547.6
548.3
552.1
558.2
562.1
575.3

357.0
358.4
361.7
362.3
364.7
367.8
369.5
371.7
373.0
377.5
380.7
386.4

177.8
167.2
169.1
175.0
168.5
173.0
175.6
174.1
175.2
178.0
178.7
185.1

12.3
9.4
10.0
10.1
9,7
10.5
10.4
10.6
10.2
10.5
10.2
10.8

165.5
157.8
159.1
164.9
158.8
162.5
165.1
163.5
165.0
167,5
168.6
174.3

2.9
3.0
3.2
4.0
2.6
3.7
2,6
2.5
3.7
2.7
2.6
3.7

575.4
577.3
581.3
585.8
591.5
595.8
600.5
602.7
607.0
608.9
616.9
616.7

390.1
394.6
398.3
400.7
405.1
407.4
410.8
413.0
416.8
418.3
427.5
429.4

182.1
179.7
179.7
181.8
183.6
184.6
186.1
186.4
186.2
187.2
187.0
185.1

10.8
10.7
11.0
10.8
11.5
11.2
11.4
11.2
9.3
10.2
11.1
9.8

171.3
169.0
168.6
171.0
172.1
173.4
174.7
175.2
176.9
177.0
175.9
175.2

3.2
3.0
3.4
3.3
2.7
3.8
3.6
3.3
4.0
3.5
2.3
2.3

581.3
572,5
579.4
588.6
588.3
596.8
600.6
599.2
605.9
608.4
615.1
624.0

390.3
393.2
399.3
401.2
406.1
408.6
411.1
412.8
416.6
418.5
425.2
429.6

187.9
176.1
176.6
183.8
179.3
183.7
186.4
183.9
184.7
186.9
188.0
191.9

11.4
10.5
10.7
10.6
10.8
11.1
11.5
11.1
9.3
10. 1
11.4
10.4

176.5
165.6
166.0
173.3
168.5
172.6
174.9
172.8
175.4
176.8
176.6
181.5

3.2
3.1
3.5
3.6
2.9
4.6
3.1
2.6
4.6
3.0
2.0
2.5

49

15. Loans and investments of all commercial banks 1
A. Seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars; last Wednesday of month except for June 30 and December 31, which are call dates.
19 74

Category

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

4
54

(H
4«
9
8

June

Nov.

Dec.

1 Loans and investments *
2 Including loans sold outright *

640 0
644 4

647 7
652 7

656 4
661 3

665 8
671 2

671 7
677 4

677
682 9

687 1
692 5

691 5
696 8

690 0
695 3

690 8
696 0

691 6' 691 1
696 5 6 695 9

Loans
3 Total*
4 Including loans sold outright 8
5 Commercial and industrial
6 Including loans sold outright 8

452
457
157
160

458
463
159
162

467
472
165
168

476
481
169
172

4#1
486
172
175

486
491
174
177

494
499
178
181

500
505
180
183

500
505
181
184

^01
*06
183
185

3
5
0
8

502 4 B
507 3s
s
183 4s
186 2

500
505
183
186

Investments
7 U.S. Treasury
8 Other

56 0
131 2

8
2
9
5

l
1
5
2

57 3
132 3

3
2
3
1

56 0
133 1

2
6
7
8

55 7
133 9

1
8
3
4

55 5
135 1

4
8
1
0

54 7
55 8
136 8* 136 9

1
4
5
4

1
4
3
2

2
0
5
2

54 3
137 1

52 1
137 8

51 1
138 4

50 3
133 9 e

11Q ft

51 1

19 75

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Loans and investments *
2 Including loans sold outright 8

692 1
696 7

693 2
697 7

695 2
699 9

698 4
703 0

700 4
705 1

704 3
709 0

706 5
711 0

708 3
712 8

713 6
718 1

716 3
721 0

721 1
725 8

721 8
726 2

Loans
3 Total*
j.
4 Including loans sold outright 3 .
5 Commercial and industrial
6 Including loans sold outright * , , . . , . . . .

501
505
184
186

498
503
182
185

496
501
181
183

495
500
180
183

492
497
173
181

6
3
7
5

491 3
496 0
176 9
179 8

490
494
176
179

489
494
176
179

492
496
175
178

494
498
176
179

497 5
502 2
176 4
179*2

496
501
176
178

Investments
7 U.S. Treasury
8 Other

51 1
139 9

66 2
141 6

70 0
143 0

72 7
143 4

l
7
1
8

8
3
3
0

54 0
140 4

8
5
0
8

57 7
140 7

4
0
3
1

61 9
141 1

4
9
7
5

9
4
4
2

2
7
9
7

1
8
3
2 i

9
3
2
7

74 3
144 1

76 9
144 5

76 8
145 4

77 8
145 8

80 1
144*8

1976

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Loans and investments *
2 Including loans sold outright '

725 3
729 6

728 9
733 4

733 2
737 4

738 7
742 9

744 1
748 5

748 I
752 6

752 1
756 6

757 7
761 7

763 8
767 7

771 6
775 4

777 6
781 4

785 1
788 9

Loans
3 Total*
4 Including loans sold outright 8
5 Commercial and industrial
6 Including loans sold outright 3

497
502
176
179

498
503
175
177

502 0
506 2 8
171 8
174 4«

505
509
171
174

507
51]
17?
174

0
4
2
9

509 8
514 3
172 3
175*1

512
517
172
175

516
520
173
175

521 6
525 5
174 9
177*4 j

528
512
176
179

4
2
6
0

532 2
536 0
178*3
180 7

538 9
542 7
179 7
182.1

Investments
7 U.S. Treasury
8 Other

82 7
144 8

86 9
144 3

89 1
144 5

92 1
141i 0

93 1
145 2

93 5
145 9

95 0
146 4

95 1
147,1

95 6
147 6

96 9
148.5

98 0
148,2

8
1
6
1

8
3
2
9

85 5
144 6

1
3
6
2

7
2
8
6

3
3
2
7

19 77

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

I Loans and investments*
2 Including loans sold outright 3

789 8
793 8

799 0
802 9

805 2
809 2

813 9
817 9

823* 1
827 1

829 7
833 7

838 5
842 6

845 8
850 0

850 8
855 1

860 0
864 3

866 2
870 9

870.6
875.5

Loans
3 Total*
4 Including loans sold outright * . . . .
5 Commercial and industrial
6 Including loans sold outright 3

541
545
180
183

546
550
182
184

553
557
184
187

559
563
186
189

566
570
188
191

573
577
190
193

580
584
192
195

587
592
194
197

593 9
598 2
196 0
198.6

602.7
607 0
198 7
201.2

611.6
616 3
200 2
202.8

617.0
621.9
201 4 7
204.2'

Investments
7 U.S. Treasury
8 Other

99 6
148 6

104 1
154 4

102.4 100.7
155 5 ' 156 2

99.4
157.9

96.3
158.3

95.6
158.0

July

Aug.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

6
6
5
1

8
7
0
6

102 7
149 5

6
6
5
2

102 3
149 3

9
9
5
3

101 9
152 1

6
6
3
1

103 2
153 3

0
0
4
2

103 4
153 3

0
1
4
2

9
1
4
1

19-rs

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Sept.

!

1 Loans and investments *
2 Including loans sold outright *
Loans
3 Total *
4 Including loans sold outright *
6

Including loans sold outright *

Investments
7 U.S. Treasury
8 Other

50




977.9 981.5«
981.6 985.3"

881 2
886 0

887 7
892 3

894 1
898 6

909 0
913 5

921 7
926 1

932 2
936 7

942.7
947 3

948.6
953.3

958.4 970.0
963.0 1 973.9

625 1
629 9
203 8
206.3

628 4
633 0
205 8
208.1

637 2
641 7
209.8
212.0

647 6
652 1
212 4
214.7

659 7
664 1
217 9
220.2

667 8
672 3
219 0
221.2

676,6
681 2
220.7
223.0

683.3
688 0
222.9
225.3

692.0
696 6
224.9
227.2

703.4
707.3
227 . 1
229.0

715.4
719.1
230.1
232.0

96 5
159.6

99 4
159.9

96.1
160.8

98 3
163.1

97 9
164,1

100 2
164.2

100,9
165.2

98.3
167.0

97.8
168.6

96.2
170.4

91.3 88.9
171.2 175, 3»

717.3"
721.1*
230.3*
232.8io

15. Loans and investments of all commercial banks l
B. Not seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars; last Wednesday of month except for June 30 and December 31, which are call dates.
19 74

Category

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

1 Loans and investments2
2 Including loans sold outright a .

638 4
642 8

642 1
647 1

654 0
658 9

664 2
669 6

669 8
675 5

Loans
3 Total*
. , . .
4 Including loans sold outright 8
5 Commercial and industrial
8
6 Including loans sold outright

448
453
156
158

9
3
2
8

452 7
457 7
157 9
160 6

463
467
164
167

473
478
170
173

480
486
172
175

Investments
7 U.S. Treasury
8 Other

58 8
130 7

57 7
131 7

57 5
133 5

0
9
9
7

0
4
2
3

56 4
134.7

3
0
3
4

54 1
135.5

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

681 6 * 686.3
687 0* 691 7

689 4
694 7

689.5
694 8

689 5
694 7

692 2* 705 6
697 I 6 710 4

491
497
177
180

500
505
179
182

501
506
181
184

500
505
182
184

502 0*
506 9 B
183 2 *
186 CM

July

8*
24
2
1

497
502
178
181

2
6
4
3

52 1
52 2
137 6* 136.9

6
9
4
3

2
5
5
4

7
9
0
8

Dec.

510
515
186
189

7
5
8
5

52 0
136.8

50 7
137 6

50 7
138 1

52 1
54 5
138. 1« 140 5

19 75

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Loans and investments
2 Including loans sold outright a

689 1
693 7

686 8
691 3

692 5
697 2

698 1
702 7

698 3
703 0

709 3
714 0

703 9
708 4

706 1
710 6

712 5
717 0

714 6
719 3

722 4
727 i

737 0
741 4

Loans
3 Total'
4 Including loans sold outright *
5 Commercial and industrial . .
6 Including loans sold outright 8

496 5
501.1
181 9
184 6

492 8
497.3
180 7
183 4

492 3
497.0
180 5
183 3

493 1
497.7
181 1
183 9

491 6
496.3
178 7
181 5

497 2
501.9
179 0
181 9

491 1
495.6
176 7
179 5

490 3
494.8
175 3
178 1

492 8
497.3
175 8
178 6

493 7
498.4
175 3
178 2

497 6
502.3
176 5
179 3

507 4
511.8
179 3
181 8

53 5
139 1

54 5
139 5

59 3
140 9

63 3
141 7

65 0
141 7

68 2
143 9

69 4
143 4

72 0
143 8

75 4
144 3

75 9
144.9

79 4
145 4

84 1
145 5

2

Investments
7 U.S. Treasury

8 other.. „..?.*. '.::;::::.:.:....:

1976

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Loans and investments 2
2 Including loans sold outright 8

722 0
726 3

722 1
726 6

731 9
736 1

737 9
742 1

741 6
746 0

753 3
757 8

748 6
753 1

755 4
759 4

763 3
767 2

770 0
773 8

778 5
782 3

801 6
805 4

Loans
3 Total*
4 Including loans sold outright 3
5 Commercial and industrial
6 Including loans sold outright 3

493 1
497 4
174 5
177.0

492 9
497 4
173 7
176.4

498 8
503 0
171 6<>
174.28

502 0
506 2
171 9
174.5

505 8
510 2
172 3
175.0

515 9
520 4
174 4
177.2

512 6
517 1
172 5
175.3

516 8
520 8
172 4
174.9

522 8
526 7
174 6
177.1

528 5
532 3
176 2
178.6

531 9
535 7
178 3
180.7

550 2
554 0
182 9
185.3

Investments
7 U.S. Treasury
8 Other

84 8
144 1

85 5
143 7

89 4
143 6

90 4
145 4

90 8
145 0

91 4
146 0

90 1
145*9

92 5
146 1

93 5
147 0

94 4
147 0

98 0
148 6

102 5
148 9

. .

19 77

Jan.

Loans
3 Total *
4 Including loans sold outright 8
5 Commercial and industrial .
6 Including loans sold outright 8
Investments
7 U.S. Treasury
8 Other

, ,

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

785 6
789 6

1 Loans and investments *
2 Including loans sold outright 3

Feb.
791 5
795 4

803 2
807 2

812 9
816 9

821 1
825 1

835 5
839 5

834 8
838 9

843 9
848 1

849 9
854 2

858 2
862 5

869 3
874 0

888 9
893 8

536 6
540.6
. 178 4
181 0

540 1
544.0
180 4
183 0

549 5
553.5
184 3
187 0

556 5
560.5
186 9
189 7

565 3
569.3
188 4
191 2

579 8
583.8
192 7
195 5

580 3
584.4
192 4
195 2

588 9
593.1
193 6
196 3

595 0
599.3
195 3
197 9

602 6
606.9
198 2
200 7

612 1
616.8
200 2
202 8

629 9
634.8 7
205 O
207 8'

101 1
147 9

102 8
148 6

104 9
148 7

103 4
153 0

102 4
153 3

101 6
154 1

100 1
154 3

99 6
155 3

98 8
156 1

98 2
157 3

98 5
158 6

100 2
158 8

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

19 78

Jan.
2 Including loans sold outright 8
Loans
3 Total*
4 Including loans sold outright 8
5 Commercial and industrial
Investments
7 U.S. Treasury
8 Other




Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

876 6
881 4

879 4
884 0

891 6
896 1

907 9
912 4

920 8
925 2

938 7
943 2

938 6
943 2

946 0
950 7

957 4
962 I

967 5
971 3

980 8 1,002 1*
984 5 1 005 9 •

619
624
201
204

620
625
203
206

632
636
209
211

643
648
212
215

658
663
217
220

675
680
221
223

677
681
220
223

684
688
221
224

693
698
224
226

703
707
226
228

715
719
230
232

5
2
6
1

98 1
159 1

6
2
9
2

99 9
158 9

3
8
5
7

99 0
160 3

6
1
9
2

100 2
164 1

9
3
9
2

97 3
164 6

8
3
6
8

97 9
165 1

2
8
9
2

96 3
165 2

1
8
8
2

95 2
166 7

4
0
2
5

95 6
168 5

3
2
6
5

94 4
169 8

7
5
1
0

732 4*
736 2*
9
234 4 1 0
236 9

93 7 93 5
171 4 176 2"

51

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series l
A. All commercial banks 2
Billions of dollars, except for number of banks
1974

Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

674 6
485.1

681 4
492 !o

691 1
500 ',1

699 3
508.1

703 8
514J

718 7
529.0

720 7
531.6

722 1
533.3

721 2
532.9

723 3
534.5

. . .

58 8
130 7

57 7
131 7

57 5
133*5

56 4
134 7

54 1
135*5

52 1
137 6

52 2
136 9

52 0
H6 8

50 7
137 6

50 7
138 1

coin
Federal Reserve Banks
banks
process of collection

103 1
9 9
30.8
28 4
34.0

102 4
9.9
28.3
28 9
35.3

104 4
9 7
28.4
29 7
36.6

102 4
10 0
29.5
29 6
33.3

115 6
10 4
33.4
31 7
40.1

126 5
8.4
30.1
35 8
52.2

107 9
10 2
27.4
30 5
39.8

100 6
11) 6
27.5
28 6
33,9

107 4
10.5
32.4
29 3
35.2

110 8
10.8
30.9
30 8
38.2

1 Loans and investments
2 Loans, gross
Investments
3
U.S. Treasury securities
4
Other
5 Cash assets
6 Currency and
7 Reserves with
8 Balances with
9 Cash items in

.

10 Total assets/total liabilities and capital a

811.7

818.7

831.5

838.7

857.7

884.3

872.6

86S.7

873.7

880.8

1 1 Deposits
Demand
12
Interbank
13
U.S. government.
14
Other
Time
15
Interbank
16
Other

652 3

652 7

661 2

669 7

683 2

709 9

695 2

688 5

692 8

700.4

31 7
9 5
233 5

31 6
6 7
233 2

32 0
6 1
235 8

31 5
5 9
236 2

34 9
5 9
238 2

42 0
8 4
252 4

33 6
4 4
243 9

30 5
4 1
23S 8

29 8
7.4
236 6

33 2
3.1
243 1

6 6
371 0

6 2
375 0

6 5
380 7

7 3
388 9

8 2
396 0

8 9
398 2

9 7
403 7

10 0
408 1

10 6
408 5

10 2
410.9

65 8

68 1

69 9

67 6

69 9

67 5

68 0

6? 2

67 9

68.4

58 4

58 7

59 3

60 0

60 3

61 6

61 5

61 5

61 9

14 180

14 202

14 236

14 261

14 290

14 337

14 367

14,383

14,398

14,422

17 Borrowings

.

. .

.

18 Total capital accounts4

.

..

19 MEMO: Number of banks

62.2

19 75

1974

Nov.
1 Loans and investments
2 Loans, gross
Investments
3
U.S. Treasury securities.
4
Other

10 Total assets/total liabilities and capital a

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

744 1
549,2

724 8
532 2

725 5
531 4

731 7
531 4

731 1
526 1

733 7
527 0

747 6
535 . 5

738 1
525.3

741.6
525.8

52 1
138 1

54 5
140 5

53 5
139 1

54 6
139 5

59 3
140 9

63 3
141 7

65 0
141 7

68. 2
143 9

69.4
143 4

72.0
143 8

116 2
10 0
31.9
31 7
42.7

5 Cash assets
6 Currency and coin
7 Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
8 Balances with banks
9 Cash items in process of collection

Jan.

729 6
539 4

. . . .

Dec.

128 0
11 7
27. t
42 0
47.3

101 7
10 9
30.2
28 8
31.9

103 9
10 5
30.5
29 2
33.7

105 9
10 6
30.5
30 4
34.3

114 1
10 4
32.2
33 4
38.2

114 4
11 0
29.6
33 4
40.5

128 7
10 1
26.9
42 3
49.4

106 8
11 2
28,5
32,1
35.0

104.8
11.4
26.9
32.1
34.4

894 5

919 6

875 0

*!79 1

889 4

899.1

901 3

930 7

899.6

900.9

708 2

747 9

702 2

702 5

712 5

723 1

725 6

754 3

723.7

724.7

34 2
3.9
248 7

43 5
4.8
267 5

30 0
4 5
233 9

29 9
2 6
234 6

30 4
4.0
236 9

33 1
7.9
242 6

32 5
3.0
246 4

42 6
3 1
264 0

33.2
2.2
243.0

31.5
2.8
242.6

10 3
411 0

11 5
420.6

11 7
422 1

10 4
424 9

11 7
429 6

11 9
427.6

11 2
432.5

11 2
433.4

10.8
434.5

10.6
437.1

17 Borrowings

71 5

58 4

61 5

64 3

63 4

61.3

61.7

62,4

61.9

59.9

18 Total capital accounts 4

62 2

63 7

64 1

64 5

65 2

65 I

65 1

66 6

66.1

66.6

14,440

14,465

14,477

14,499

14,525

14,537

14,558

14,573

14,583

14,595

11 Deposits
Demand
12
Interbank
13
U.S. government
14
Other
Time
15
Interbank
16
Other

19 MEMO: Number of banks

52




. .

, , ,

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series x—Continued
A. All commercial banks 2—Continued
Billions of dollars, except for number of banks
19 75

Account

1976

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

744.0
524 3

747.3
526 4

757.5
532 7

775.8
546 2

757,4
528 4

759.0
529 8

770.0
536 9

771 7
535 9

774.0
538 3

789.4
552 I

75 4
144.3

75 9
144.9

79 4
145 4

84 1
145 5

84 8
144.1

85 5
143 7

89 4
143 6

90 4
145 4

90 8
145 0

91 4
146 0

106 2
11.2
29 2
33.2
32.6

110 7
11.5
29 0
34.0
36.2

123 2
10.7
31 0
37.2
44.3

133 6
12 3
26 8
47 3
47.3

113 7
11.6
29 4
37.0
35.7

112 4
11.4
29 4
35 6
36.1

121 6
11 3
27 7
40 4
42.5

114
12
27
36
38

1
1
8
1
0

112 8
12 1
26 2
37 0
37.4

128 4
12,0
28 2
42.7
45.5

10 Total assets/total liabilities and capital 8

906.4

915.9

939.3

964.9

928.9

931.3

937 7

930 3

932.0

963,6

1 1 Deposits
Demand
12
Interbank
13
U.S. government
14
Other
Time
15
Interbank . . .
16
Other

726.8

736.9

753.0

786.3

743.5

741.9

768.1

755.7

757,3

788,5

31.3
3 2
240 6

31.9
2 7
247 6

34 6
3 5
257 6

41 8
3 1
278 7

32.1
3 8
245 7

31 5
4 0
243 3

37 7
2 4
257 3

32 2
4 1
251 4

32 8
3 4
249 2

38 5
4 6
268 2

11 0
440.8

11 2
443.5

11 2
446.1

12 0
450.6

11 5
450.4

11 4
451.7

11 9
458 9

11 0
457 1

10 5
461.3

10 7
466! 5

61.0

60.6

66.8

60 2

67.7

68 8

63 6

68 6

66.2

67.2

67.0

67.6

68.0

69 1

68.9

69 2

70 6

70 7

71,5

74.6

14,612

14,628

14,624

14,633

14,612

14,625

14 , 629

14,633

14,638

14,637

1 Loans and investments
2 Loans, gross
Investments
3
U.S. Treasury securities
4
Other
.
.

. ,
.

.

5 Cash assets
6 Currency and coin
7 Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
8 Balances with banks .
9 Cash items in process of collection

...
....

...

17 Borrowings
18 Total capital accounts

4

19 MEMO: Number of banks

1976

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

. . . 781 5
545 6

791 6
553 1

800 8
560 2

808 0
566 5

817 6
571 0

846 4
594 9

825 5
576 5

834 4
583 0

844 6
590 9

852 2
595 8

90 1
145 9

92 5
146 1

93 5
147 0

94 4
147 1

98 0
148 6

102 5
148 9

101 2
147 9

102 8
148 6

105 0
148 7

103 4
153 0

111 4
12.2
28 0
34.3
36 9

109 9
12.1
25 4
36 7
35 7

119 8
12.4
29 8
37 0
40 7

116
12
26
38
39

127 0
11.9
29 1
42 5
43 5

136
12
26
49
48

120
12
28
39
39

127
12
28
42
44

123 6
13.0
26 9
42.6
41 1

123 6
13.4
28 2
41,0
41 0

July
1 Loans a n d investments
. . .
2 Loans gross
Investments
3
U.S. Treasury securities
4
Other
.
.

. . .

5 Cash assets
6 Currency and coin
7 Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
8 Balances with banks
9 Cash items in process of collection

19 77

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

10 Total assets/total liabilities and capital 3

9
7
4
2
7

1
1
0
6
4

5
8
6
4
7

6
5
7
0
5

941 1

948 8

969 7

973 7

995 7 1,030 7

998 5 1,015 3 1,023 7 1,032 3

..

765 8

764 7

779 2

784 4

796 5

838 2

802 1

811 6

820 5

823 7

...

32 7
3.5
252 2

32 9
3 7
249 5

34 6
5 8
255 2

34 0
3 7
260 8

39 1
3 4
264 0

45 4
3 0
288 4

35 4
4 0
260 9

36 8
3 8
265 1

38 0
3.1
264.0

34 2
7.4
269.1

10 2
467.2

9 7
468 9

9 6
473 9

9 2
476 6

9 1
481.0

9 2
492 2

8 8
493 0

8 6
497 4

8 9
506.6

8 6
504.4

17 Borrowings

66 9

72 6

78 1

76 7

84 6

80 2

82 7

88 1

85 4

89 4

18 Total capital accounts4

72 6

73 0

73 7

74 3

74 7

78 1

76 4

76 9

77.3

77.7

14,636

14,650

14,656

14,660

14,674

14,671

14,667

14,688

14,685

14,690

1 1 Deposits
Demand
12
Interbank
13
U.S. government. .
14
Other .
Time
15
Interbank
16
Other

19 MEMO : Number of banks




53

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series 1—Continued
A. All commercial banks 2—Continued
Billions of dollars, except for number of banks
19 77

Account

1978

May

10 Total assets/total liabilities and capital 8

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

877.5
621 9

875.4
620.9

887.4
612 5

892.3
637 4

898.9
643.4

916.5
659 3

939.1
680 1

922.8
665 6

92g 4
669 5

101 6
154.1

100 1
154.4

99 1
155 3

98 8
156.1

98.2
157.3

98 5
158.8

100 2
158.8

98 1
159.1

99 9
158 9

120.6
13 1
24 0
42.4
41 0

5 Cash assets
.
6 Currency and coin
7 Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
8 Balances with banks.
9 Cash items in process of collection

Aag.

860.4
604.6

,

July

102 4
153.4

1 Loans and investments
2 Loans, gross
,
.
Investments
3
U.S. Treasury securities
4
Other

June

139
12
25
47
53

126 9
13 4
27 2
42.4
43 9

135 5

128
13
30
42
42

129.3
13 8 1
28 3
44 4
42 8

13J
14
26
46
50

168
13
29
59
66

126 7
14 0
26 '6
42.1
43 9

144
13
31
46
53

1
7
5
4
4

n6

*« 2
45 3
48 3

6
9
0
7
1

6
6 1
3
8
9

7
9
1
0
4

6
9
0
2
5

1,036 2 1,074 2 1,059 7 1,080 4 1,077 7 1,085 2 1,119 3 1,166 0 1,114 9 1,138 8

824 4

861 9

843 9

859 0

854 1

861 5

887 2

939 4

884 9

902 3

35.7
3 6
264.3

46.5
2 8
288 1

38.2
3 8
274.0

39 5
2 5
285 3

37 1
8 1
272 9

37.4
3 6
280.0

41.7
4 8
294 0

51.7
7 3
323 '&

37.1
4 5
284.6

42 7
5 8
239 5

8.5
512.3

8 9
515 6

8 4
519.5

8 1
523 6

8 5
527 6

8.6
531.9

9 0
537 8

9 8
546. g

9,1
549.5

8 7
555.6

17 Borrowings

89 0

88 2

92 0

94 2

95 6

95 6

99 4

96 2

100 0

103 9

18 Total capital accounts *

78.2

81 8

79 1

79 7

80 1

80.7

81 6

85.8

82.4

14,695

14,718

14,702

14,713

14,724

14,718

14,718

14,707

14,703

14,682

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

11 Deposits
Demand
12
Interbank
13
U.S. government
14
Other
Time
16

.

...

....

Other

19 MEMO: Number of banks

,

82.8

19 78

Mar.

....

10 Total assets/total liabilities and capital 3
1 1 Deposits
Demand
12
Interbank
13
U.S. government
14
Other
Time
15
Interbank
16
Other
17 Borrowings
18 Total capital accounts4
19 MEMO : Number of banks

54



.

Ju;ae

July

Aug.

953 0
688 7

974 3
712,4

985 0
722 1

982 9
721 5

990 2 1,003 5 1,013 3 1,029.3 1,056 1
786.4
728.4
749.2
764.3
739 4

99 0
160 3

5 Cash assets
6 Currency and coin . . . .
7 Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
8 Balances with banks .
9 Cash items in process of collection

May

939.7
680.4

1 Loans and investments
2 Loans, gross
Investments
3
U S Treasury securities
4
Other

Apr.

100 2
164 1

97 3
164*6

97 9
165 1

96 3
165 2

95 2
166 7

95 6
168 5

94 4
169 8

93 7
171 4

93 5
176 2

130 5
14.4
30 2
42 6
43 3

133
14
27
43
47

161
14
30
51
64

166
12
29
5<5
69

130
14
23
44
47

137
15
29
42
49

141
15
32
43
49

145 8
15.1
34 6
44 4
51 7

148 4
16.7
32 6
45 7
53 4

187 0
15.6
34 4
62 0
75 1

1
3
6
6
6

0
5
3
9
3

8
0
6
0
3

0
8
6
3
3

3
2
7
9
5

3
2
6
9
6

1,140 5 1,156 9 1,206 5 1,2115 0 1,182 1 1,198 8 1,218 1 1,231 9 1,255 2 1,317 7
934 5
952 9
942 2
970 4 1,035 0
915 5
955 7
899 8
961 7
961 6
37.6
4 9
281 2

. .

39 0
6 2
293 8

51 2
3 3
312 9

4d 3
J! 0
317 5

40 8
4 3
296 7

40 8
2 8
299 5

42 4
11 2 !
298 1

43 7
7 7
300 7

43.1
2 1
306.7

54,7
2 7
349,0

9.0
567 1

. .

9 0
567 5

9 4
576 1

10 2
580 8

10 3
582 4

10 7
588 4

11 2
592 6

11 I
598 4

11.8
606 6

13.1
615 5

105 6

105 0

112 2

106 8

103 8

110 3

114 6

120 7

128 6

124 8

83 4

83 7

84 6

get 9

85 9

86 3

87 4

87 3

88 2

94 1

14,689

14 697

14 702

14 698

14 709

14 718

14 723

14,712

14,724

14,703

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series l—Continued
B. Member banks 5
Billions of dollars, except for number of banks
19'U

Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

518 5
381 3

522 8
385 9

530 0
392.5

535 9
399 1

538 8
403 6

550 4
415 1

552 6
418 1

552 8
418 7

550 9
417 6

548 6
415 9

41 7
95.5

40 9
96.0

40 5
97.0

39 3
97.6

37 3
97 9

35 9
99 4

35 9
98 7

35 9
98 2

34 7
98 5

34 8
97 9

89.0
7 5
30 8
17.7
33 0

87.8
7 4
28 3
17.7
34 2

89.6
7 4
28 4
18.2
35 6

87
7
29
17
32

99
7
33
18
38

91
7
27
17
38

84
7
27
16
32

91
7
32
16
34

93
8
30
17
37

635 2

639 2

649 1

653 3

669 4

692 2

680 5

673 3

679 2

680 2

501.3

500 1

506.6

512 8

524 8

547 0

533 8

527 6

531 2

535 1

. ..

30 0
7 6
178 5

29 8
5 1
178 7

30 1
4 8
180 9

29 4
4 7
179 9

32 5
4 7
182 1

39 2
6 6
193 6

31 2
3 i
186 4

28 5
3 0
179 4

27 8
5 8
180 1

31 0
2 1
184 6

. .

5 7
279 5

5 3
281 3

5 6
285 3

6 4
292 4

7 3
298 3

7 8
299 7

8 6
304 5

8 9
307 8

9 5
307 9

9 i
308 3

1 Loans and investments
2 Loans gross
Investments
3
U S Treasury securities
4
Other
5 Cash assets
6 Currency and coin
7 Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks. . .
8 Balances with banks
9 Cash items in process of collection
10 Total assets/total liabilities and capital
11 Deposits
Demand
12
Interbank
13
U S government
14
Other
Time
15
Interbank
16
Other

..

3

.

0
5
5
7
3

2
9
4
9
9

109
6
30
21
50

0
2
1
9
7

4
5
3
9
6

9
9
5
7
8

0
9
4
7
1

l

7
1
8
8
0

17 Borrowings

61 6

63 9

65 4

62 9

64 8

62 8

63 0

61 8

62 2

18 Total capital accounts 4

44 8

45 1

45 5

45 9

46 1

46 9

46 9

46 8

47 1

60 8
47 \

5,744

5,747

5,754

5,763

5 763

5 761

5 766

5 766

5 774

5 775

19 MEMO: Number of banks

19 74

19 75

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

556.1
421 4

568.5
429 5

550.2
414 4

549.1
412 1

553.0
411 4

550.8
406 7

551.3
405 8

562.7
412 9

552.7
403 1

554.0
402 3

36.4
98.3

38.9
100 1

37.5
98 2

38.6
98 4

42.5
99 0

45,1
98 9

46.9
98 5

49.6
100 1

49.9
99 7

51.9
99 8

98.6
7 5
31.8
18 0
41 3

107 0
8 8
27.1
25 5
45 6

86 4
8 1
30.2
17 2
30 8

88 4
79
30.5
17 5
32 6

89 7
7 9
30.5
18 1
33 2

96 7
7 8
32.2
19 9
36 8

96 5
8 2
29.6
19 5
39 2

107 2
7 5
26.9
25 1
47 6

89 7
8 3
28'.5
19 1
33 8

87 2
8 5
26.9
18 6
33 2

10 Total assets/total liabilities and capital a

694 7

715 6

676 9

679 0

685 9

692 1

691 5

716 4

687 8

686 3

1 1 Deposits
Demand
12
Interbank
13
U S government
14
Other
Time
15
Interbank
16
Other

542.5

575 6

536.3

535 3

542 1

549 8

550 0

573 4

546 4

545.0

32.4
2 9
189.7

41.1
3 2
204 2

28.3
3 2
177.7

28.2
2 0
178 6

28.6
2 8
180 2

31.1
6 2
184 7

30.2
2 2
187 4

39 8
2 2
201 2

31 0
1 5
184 2

29.3
2 1
183.3

9 2
308.3

10 1
317 1

10 3
316.7

9 0
317 5

10 2
320 3

10 4
317 4

9 8
320 4

9 6
320 6

9 2
320 5

8 9
321.4

1 Loans and investments
2 Loans gross
Investments
3
U.S. Treasury securities
4
Other
5 Cash assets
6 Currency and coin
7 Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
8 Balances with banks
....
9
Cash items in process of collection

17 Borrowings

.. .

18 Total capital accounts 4
19 MEMO • Number of banks




...

• -•

65.4

52.9

56.1

58.9

58 0

55 7

56 1

56 3

56 1

54.2

47 3

48 2

48 4

48 7

49 2

49 2

49 2

50 3

49 9

50 3

5,774

5,780

5,783

5,785

5,785

5 789

5,790

5,794

5,796

5 792

55

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series 1—Continued
B. Member banks 5—Continued
Billions of dollars, except for number of banks
19 76

1975

Account
Sept,

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

555.1
400 7

556.4
401 5

564.0
405.8

578.6
416.4

563.4
402.0

562.9
401.7

569.9
406.1

54.3
100 0

54.5
100.3

57.5
100.7

61.5
100.7

61.7
100.0

5 Cash assets
6 Currency and coin.
7 Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
8 Balances with banks
9 Cash items in process of collection

88 0
8 4
29.2
18 9
31 5

91.4
8.6
29.0
18.9
34.9

102.1
8.0
31.0
20.4
42.8

108 . 5
9.2
26.8
26.9
45.5

93.8
8.7
29.4
21.2
34.5

91.9
8.6
29.4
19.1

;

100.5
8.5
27.7
23.3
41.0

10 Total assets/total liabilities and capital 3

689 7

695.3

714.1

733.6

705.1

704.4

710.2

11 Deposits. . . .
Demand
12
Interbank
13
U.S. government.
14
Other
Time
15
Interbank
16
Other

546 4

552.6

564.8

590.8

556.3

552.9 ;

573.9

29.2
2 3
181.3

29.6
2.0
186.9

32.1
2.7
194.5

38.6
2.3
21,0.8

29.7
2.9
185.8

29.1
3.0 !
183.5

34.9

9 4
324 2

9.6
324.7

9.5
326.0

10.0
329 . 1

9.5
328.4

54 9

54.3

60.2

53.6

50 5

51.0

51.2

M.I

5,792

5,796

5,791

5,788

!

Apr.

1 Loans and investments
2 Loans, gross
Investments
3
U.S. Treasury securities
4
Other

.

17 Borrowings
18 Total capital accounts

4

19 MEMO : Number of banks

May

June

569.4
404.2

569.2
404.5

580.8
414.4

64.9
100.3

65.0
99.7

66.0
100.3

|!

93.7

92.3

105.9

i
i
!

27. 8
20.1
36,7

26.2
20.9
36 J

28,2
24,8
43.9

702 1

702,3

728.3

561 1

561.2

586.2

29/9

30.7

194.9

189.4

187.0

2.7

36.2
3.7
202.0

9.4
328.0

9.8
332.4

9.0
329.6

8.5
332.3

8.6
335.6

61.0

62.1

57.5

62.0

59.6

60.5

52.2

52.3

53.2

53.8

54.5

56,2

5,766

5,769

5,779

5,776

5,778

5,777

61.9 I
99.3

34.8

!

64.6
99.1 I

1.8

9.1

3,3

9.1

9.0

19 77

19 76

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

572 3
407.5

580 3
412.9

585.7
417.2

590.7
42,1.6

597.6
424.0

620.5
442.9

600.9
426.3

605.9
429. <>

611.7
434.5

614.7
435.9

64 5
100 3

66.7
100 7

67.0
101.5

67.7
101.4

70.8
102.8

74.6
103.1

72.6
102.0

102.3

73.7

74.9
102.2

73.0
105.8

5 Cash assets
6 Currency and coin
,
7 Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
8 Balances with banks
9 Cash items in process of collection

92 3
9 2
28.0
19 6
35 5

89 4
9 0
25.4
20 5
34.3

98 9
9.2
29.7
20.6
39.3

94.9
9.5
26.4
20.9
38.2

103.0
8.9
29.1
23.3
41.8

108.9

97.7

102.8

100. 0

99.4

26.0
27.4
46.5

28.6
21.5
38.1

22.2
42.7

26.9
24.0
39.5

28.2
21,9
39 .4

10 Total assets/total liabilities and capital 3

706 3

710 7

726.8

727.6

744.8

772.9

744.6

755.1

759.7

762.7

573.9

576.1

584.8

618.7

587.0

592.0

598.0

597.7

37.2
2.4
196.0

42.4

33.1

34 J

35.3

31.6

215.5

193.7

196.6

195.8

198.9

1 Loans and investments
2 Loans, gross
Investments
3
U.S. Treasury securities
4
Other

1 1 Deposits
Demand
12
Interbank
13
U.S. government
14
Other
Time
15
Interbank
16
Other
17 Borrowings
18 Total capital accounts'*
19 MEMO: Number of banks . .

56




565 2

562 3

9.1

9.5

9.3
28. <»

9.6

9.9

30 7
27
188 7

....
,

30.9
2 8
185 9

32.7
4 3
191.0

32.2
2.9
194.7

8 2
334 9

7 6
335 1

7.5
338 4

7.1
339.2

7.0
342.1

351.5

7.2

6.8
350.3

351.9

6.6

6.9
357.8

6.6
354.7

60 3

65.9

70.6

69.1

76.4

71.7

73.6

78.©

75.3

78.1

55 1

55 4

55 7

56.2

56.6

58.6

57.7

57. f

58.1

58.3

5,768

6,772

5,774

5,769

5,767

5,759

5,739

5,740

5,739

5,726

2.1

3.0

2.7

2.1

5.9

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series l—Continued
B. Member banks 5—Continued
Billions of dollars, except for number of banks
19 77

Account

19 78

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

620.1
441 5

632.8
453 4

628.9
451.3

637.9
459.9

640.8
463.0

645.2
467.1

658.6
479.0

675.5
494 9

659.5
481 8

661.8
483 1

72.6
106 0

72.6
106 7

70.8
106.6

70.5
107 5

69.6
108.3

68.9
109.3

69.2
110.3

70.4
110 1

67.7
110 0

69.2
109 5

5 Cash assets
6 Currency and coin
7 Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
& Balances with banks
9 Cash items in process of collection

95 7
9 7
24.0
22 6
39 3

110 6
9.3
25.5
24 4
51.3

101 2
9.9
27.2
22 0
42 1

108 6
10.0
28.2
24 0
46.4

103 1
10.3
30.0
22 5
40.4

102 3
10.2
28.3
22 8
41.0

110 6
10.8
26.3
24 7
48.9

134 4
10 4
29.3
30 8
63 9

102 2
10 4
26.6
23 0
42 2

117 2
10 2
31.0
24 6
51 4

10 Total assets/total liabilities and capital 3

763.9

795.2

780.1

796.3

793.2

796.5 ' 823.9

861.8

818.0

835.3

11 Deposits. . . .
Demand
12
Interbank
13
U.S. government
14
Other
Time
15
Interbank
16
Other

597 4

628 7

611 0

622 2

617 0

620 9

641 8

683 5

636 8

649 2

32 9
2 7
195 1

43 4
2 0
213 9

35 3
2.8
202 2

36 6
1 7
211 0

34 3
6.4
200 3

34 6
2.6
205 3

38 7
3.6
216 4

48 0
5 4
239 4

34 4
3 4
208 4

39 5
4 4
211 8

6 5
360 3

67
362 6

6 3
364 4

6 0
366 9

6 3
369 6

6 5
372 0

6 8
376 2

7 8
382 9

7 1
383 5

6 7
386 9

17 Borrowings

77 5

77 0

80 4

82 5

84 0

83 8

87 8

84 9

88 0

90 8

18 Total capital accounts 4

58 7

60 8

59 4

59 9

60 2

60 6

61 2

63 7

61 8

62 1

5,708

5,721

5,701

5,676

5,692

5,686

5,680

5,669

5,659

5,659

1 Loans and investments
2 Loans, gross
. .
Investments
3
U.S. Treasury securities
4
Other

19 MEMO: Number of banks

19 78

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Loans and investments
2 Loans, gross
Investments
3
U.S. Treasury securities. . .
4
Other

668 6
490 5

676.8
495 3

693.8
514 3

699.7
519 6

695.8
517 6

698.9
520 3

706.9
527 0

713 4
533 9

724 3
544 6

744 1
560 4

68 2
110 0

68 8
112 7

66 9
112.7

67 4
112.7

65 7
112.5

65 3
113.3

65 4
114.5

64 1
115 3

63 5
116 2

63 6
120 1

5 Cash assets
°.
6 Currency and coin
, . ,
7 Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks . . . •
8 Balances with banks
9 Cash items in process of collection

104 8
10 6
30.2
22 9
41.2

106 5
10 5
27.6
22 7
45.7

130.7
10 6
30.3
28 1
61.7

133.8
8 7
29.6
29 1
66.5

104.2
10 8
23.6
24 3
45.4

111.3
11 1
29.7
22 9
47.6

115 3
11 1
32.6
23 9
47.7

118 6
11 1
34.6
23 2
49.7

121 3
12 3
32.6
25 0
51.4

150 0
11 6
34.4
31 9
72.2

10 Total assets/total liabilities and capital 3

833.2

843.3

884.7

888.7

857.3

868.5

882.2

891.2

908.5

958.2

11 Deposits
Demand
12
Interbank
13
U.S. government
14
Other
Time
15
Interbank
16
Other

645 1

655 1

686 7

694 3

666 1

670 7

679 7

682 5

688 6

739 1

34 7
3 7
205 0

36 0
4 5
213 4

47.5
2.2
229 1

45.5
5.6
231 6

37.3
3.1
214 6

37 2
1 9
217 1

38 6
8 1
215 7

39 9
5 7
217 0

39 5
1 5
221 3

50 5
19
253 4

7 0
394 7

69
394 3

7 3
400 5

8 1
403 4

8 2
402 9

8 6
405 9

9 4
407 8

9 0
411 0

9 7
416 7

9 4
423 9

91 8

91 1

96 9

92 1

88 0

93 9

97 2

101 4

108 1

105 7

62 4

62 7

63 3

66 1

64 1

64 3

64 9

65 2

65 7

68 9

5,654

5 ,645

5,638

5,622

5,613

5,610

5,593

5 585

5,586

5,577

. .

)7 Borrowings
18 Total capital accounts 4
19 MEMO: Number of banks




. . .

57

17. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Detailed balance sheets for 1978
A. March 31 (insured banks only)

1

Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Member banks 2

All
insured
banks 2

Asset account

Large banks
Total

New York
City

City of
Chicago

Other
large

All other

Nonmember
banks a

. ..

8 Total securities held—=Book value
9 U.S. Treasury
10 Other U.S. government agencies
11 States and political subdivisions
12 All other securities
13 Unclassified total
14
15
16
17
18
19

Trading account securities
U.S. Treasury
Other U.S. government agencies
States and political subdivisions
All other trading account securities
Unclassified

20
21
22
23
24

Bank investment portfolios
U.S Treasury
Other U.S. government agencies
States and political subdivisions
All other portfolio securities

25

...

Federal Reserve stock and corporate stock

. ..

. .

...

148,294
11,654
29,372
35,662
5,253
4,235
62,119

126,377
8,556
29,372
22,006
2,915
3,713
59,815

40,297
922
5,021
10,601
584
582
22,588

4,853
183
1,338
95
5
327
2,904

44,741
2,734
11,935 1
2,928
726
1,819
24,599

36,486
4,718
11,078 '•
8,382
1,599
985
9,724

21,925
3,097

256,208
98,359
37,717
113,831
6,198
103

1 Cash and due from depositary institutions.
2 Currency and coin .
3 Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
4 Demand balances with banks in United States
5 Other balances with banks in United States
6 Balances with banks in foreign countries
7 Cash items in process of collection

177,692
68,857
24,048
80,795
3,919
74

20,044
9,874
1,767
8,027
376

8,012
3,223
976
3,616
197

57,309 j
22,426
6,868
26,803
1,192
20

92,328
33,334
14,437
42,349
2,154
54

78,536
29,518
13,671
33,038
2,280
29

5,922
3,358
981
998
482
103

5,745
3,338
974
983
377
74

2,143
1,361
365
285
132

867
659
65
96
47

2,487
1,245
496
529
197
20

248
72
48
73
1 1
54

176
21
7
15
105
29

250,287
95,001
36,736
112,833
5,716

171,947
65,519
23,074
79,812
3,542

17,901
8,513
1,402
7,742
244

7,145
2,564
911
3,520
150

54,822
21,180
6,372
26,274
996

92,080 <
33,263
14,389
42,276
2,152

78,359
29,497
13,664
33,023
2,175

13,662
2,339
522
2,303

1,624

1,372

307

107

488

471

252

26 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements
to resell
27 Commercial banks. . .
,
. . . .
.
...
28 Brokers and dealers
29 Others
30 Other loans gross
31 LESS: Unearned income on loans
32
Reserves for loan loss
.
...
33 Other loans net

45,766
38,823
4,307
2,636
616,390
14,862
6,907
594,620

35,115
28,395
4,160
2,S€0
4S9,9G>2
9,978
5,474
444,450

3,622
2,139
1,151
332
72,630
586
1,233
70,811

1,931
1,587
269
75
24,555
96
321
24,137

17,552
13,391
2,166
1,995
173,519
3,243
2,070
168,206

12,010
11,278
574
158
1189,198
6,053
1,849
181,296

10,715
10,492
147
75
156,487
4,885
1,433
150,170

Other loans, gross, by category
34 Real estate loans
35 Construction and land development
36 Secured by farmland
37 Secured by residential properties
38
1- to 4-famiIy residences
39
FHA-insured or VA-guaranteed
40
Conventional
41
Mult it'ii roily residences
42
FHA-insured
43
Conventional
44 Secured by other properties

182,804
21,575
7,902
104,368
99,403
7,587
91,816
4,965
384
4,581
48,959

125,720
16,185
3,446
73,148
69,579
6,587
62,992
3,569
324
3,245
32,941

9,472
2,253
21
4,769
4,203
547
3,655
566
129
437
2,430

2,463
505
8
1,344
1,244
45
1,199
100
25
74
607

46,667
7,951
381
27,459
26,163
3,555
22,608
1,296
84
1,212
10,875

67,118
5,477
3,035
39,577
37,969
2,440
35,529
1,607
85
1,522
19,029

57,084
5,390
4,457
31,220
29,824
1,000
28,824
1,396
60
1,336
16,018

34,228
8,480
2,772
6,598
1,425
14,952
10,113
4,219
25,420
201,284

32,202
8,092
2,138
6,427
1,302
14,243
9,810
3,498
13,932
163,063

11,202
2,267
743
2,786
211
5,196
5,597
376
165
37,199

4,135
869
138
264
40
2,824
1,420
302
157
12,602

13,952
4,298
1,009
2,681
840
5,124
2,497
1,833
3,300
64,076

2,913
658
248
696
212
1,099
295
986
10,310
49,187

2,026
388
634
171
122
710
303
721
11,488
38,221

. ..

142,896
115,052
51,352
7,318
18,708
14,819
3,889
17,695
9,095
8,600
19,979
27,844

98,518
79,40<>
32,800
4,827
16,487
13,255
3,232
12,035
6,375
5,660
13,257
19,112

6,336
4,732
889
286
2,085
1,351
734
368
169
199
1,104
1,604

2,195
1,406
157
69
1,003
964
39
53
20
33
124
789

35,267
29,064
9,796
1,771
8,846
7,288
1,558
4,480
2,359
2,121
4,172
6,202

54,720
44,204
21,957
2,701
4,554
3,653
901
7,134
3,827
3,308
7,857
10,516

44,378
35,647
18,553
2,491
2,221
1,564
657
5,661
2,720
2,941
6,722
8,732

15,426

13,159

2,284

1,279

5 t 927

3,669

2,267

. ..

898,218

658,630

94,784

34,187

243,555

286,104

239,672

6,003
21,968
3,079
13,832
37,641

5,640
16,378
3,038
13,405
33,799

1,041
2,380
1,498
6,540
14,263

140
760
242
939
1,283

3,458
6,232
1,201
5,524
13,465

1,001
7,006
97
403
4,788

363
5,596
41
427
3,906

1,129,036

857,267

160,802

42,404

318,176

335,885

217,931

46
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
52
54

. ..
. ..

Loans to financial institutions
REITs and mortgage companies
Domestic commercial banks
Banks in foreign countries
Other depositary institutions
Other financial institutions
Loans to security brokers and dealers
Other loans to purchase or carry securities
Loans to farmers except real estate
Commercial and industrial loans

55 Loans to individuals
56 Installment loans
57
Passenger automobiles
. . . .
58
Residential repair and modernization
59
Credit cards and related plans
60
Charge-account credit cards
..
..
61
Check and revolving credit plans
62
Other retail consumer goods
63
Mobile homes
.
64
Other
65
Other installment loans
66 Single-payment loans to individuals .

, ..
...
. .

...
.

...
...

67 All other loans
68 Total loans and securities, net
69
70
71
72
73

Direct lease financing
Fixed assets Buildings furniture real estate
Investment in unconsolidated subsidiaries
Customer acceptances outstanding
.
Other assets

74 Total assets


58


...

17.—Continued

Member banks 2
All
insured
banks2

Liability or capital account

Large banks
Total

8 4 Time deposits . . . .
....
85 Accumulated for personal loan payments
86 Mutual savings banks
87 Other individuals, partnerships, and corporations
88 U.S. government
89 States and political subdivisions
90 Foreign governments, central banks, etc ,
9 1 Commercial banks in United States
92 Banks in foreign countries
. .
93 Savings deposits
94 Individuals and nonprofit organizations . . .
95 Corporations and other profit organizations
96 U.S. government
97 States and political subdivisions
98 All other1

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

...
...
...

99 Total deposits
100 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
..
.
...
101 Commercial banks
102 Brokers and dealers.
...
103 Others
104 Other liabilities for borrowed money
105 Mortgage indebtedness
106 Bank acceptances outstanding
107 Other liabilities

Other
large

All other

343,581
1,241
264,539
3,550
16,673
1,439
36,161
7,023
12,955

264,615
1,068
196,601
2,370
11,298
1,346
34,901
6,856
10,173

61,165
511
31,756
146
663
1,083
17,748
5,306
3,951

10,354
2
7,025
31
277
15
2,499
213
293

94,367
252
75,203
681
3,340
203
10,586
1,130
2,971

98,729
304
82,617
1,512
7,019
44
4,068
207
2,957

78,979
175
67,938
1,180
5,374
92
1,271
167
2,783

341,031
92
367
267,101
859
56,281
8,469
6,474
1,389

247,515
72
350
192,752
669
38,502
8,224
5,720
1,226

36,646

14,894

171
27,651
45
1,820
4,872
1,380
708

45
10,975
22
1,340
1,442
982
88

88,682
1
113
67,811
354
15,789
1,794
2,599
221

107,293
71
21
86,316
249
19,553
116
759
209

93,516
20
17
74,348
190
17,779
245
754
163

224,207
208,670
10,673
60
4,765
38

155,656
145,136
7,433
47
3,005
35

11,086
10,324
509
4
231
18

2,909
2,758
142
10
*

56,219
52,523
3,103
18
559
15

85,442
79,531
3,678
26
2,205
2

68,551
63,534
3,241
13
1,760
4

667,786

108,896

28,157

239,268

291,464

241,046

89,606
45,159
10,272
34,175
6,396
1,700
14,423
21,384

84,585
43,002
9,595
31,988
6,054
1,394
13,996
18,614

21,755
8,459
2,115
11,181
2,583
229
7,119
6,655

9,112
6,188
1,115
1,808
123
29
942
1,158

40,981
22,824
5,029
13,128
2,577
681
5,530
7,004

12,737
5,530
1,336
5,871
771
456
405
3,797

5,027
2,158
682
2,187
342
310
427
2,898
250,050

1,042,327

792,428

147,237

39,521

296,040

309,630

...

5,734

4,458

1,109

80

1,995

1,274

1,276

60,381
32
12,622
22,764
23,760
1,203

12,456

2,802

20,141

...

80,975
80
17,438
31,469
30,243
1,744

2,645
4,542
5,137
132

570
1,404
776
52

3,926
7,997
7,855
361

24,981
29
5,481
8,822
9,991
657

20,605
49
4,822
8,708
6,485
542

1,129,036

857,267

160,802

42,404

318,176

335,885

271,931

241,751

167,528

20,683

4,920

58,500

83,425

74,225

108 Ttital liabilities
109 Subordinated notes and debentures

..

.....

116 Total liabilities and equity capital .
MEMO
117 Demand deposits adjusted8

City of
Chicago

908,818

75 Demand deposits . 4
76 Mutual savings banks .
77 Other individuals, partnerships, and corporations
78 U.S. government.
79 States and political subdivisions
80 Foreign governments, central banks, etc . .
81 Commercial banks in United States . . .
82 Banks in foreign countries
83 Certified and officers' checks, etc. . .
..

110 Equity capital
. . .
Ill
Preferred stock
112 Common stock
113 Surplus. . .
114 Undivided profits
115 Other capital reserves

New York
City

Nonmember
banks 2

.

.

Average for last 15 or 30 days
118 Cash and due from banks
. .
. . . .
...
1 19 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements
to resell .
120 Total loans
. . .
. .
...
121 Time deposits of $100 000 or more
122 Total deposits
123 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
124 Other liabilities for borrowed money . . .
...

133,093

113,378

32,111

5,086

42,039

34,141

19,722

46,664
596,645
165,180
887,152

35,657
446,056
135,149
649,589

4,328
71,996
30,866
101,607

1,997
24,061
11,960
26,568

16,675
168,474
56,901
233,300

12,657
181,525
35,422
288,114

11,090
150,590
30,030
237,573

91,217
6,295

86,556
5,981

23,676
2,702

9,751
117

40,549
2,493

12,580
669

4,661
314

125 Standby letters of credit outstanding
126 Time deposits of $100,000 or more. . . .
127 Certificates of deposit
128 Other time deposits

16,411
168,980
144,765
24,215

15,467
138,301
117,835
20,465

8,772
31,243
27,027
4,216

1,169
12,496
10,698
1,798

4,378
58,552
49,085
9,467

1,148
36,010
31,026
4,984

944
30,679
26,930
3,750

14,371

5,651

12

9

153

5,477

8,733

129 Number of banks




. .

59

17. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Detailed balance sheets for 1978

-Continued

B. June 30
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Member banks 2
All
banks

Asset account

14
15
16
17
18
19

Bank investment portfolios .
U.S. Treasury
Other U.S. government agencies
States and political subdivisions
All other portfolio securities

25

Total

New York
City

City of
Chicago

Other
large

All other

Nonmember
banks
(insured
and non-2
insured)

166,754
11,950
29,574
43,092
6,779
6,093
69,266

157,393
11,883
29,566
38,158
5,007
3,588
69 , 192

133,786
8,691
29,!i66
23 , 166
2,775
3,110
66,478

40,354
795
4,104
10,382
520
439
24,113

5,594
190
1,537
248
5
384
3,231

48,783
2,878
12,499
3,539
782
1,484
27,602

39,054
4,828
11,426
8,996
1,468
803
11,533

32,967
3,259
8
19,926
4,004
2,982
2,788

261,272
97,372
39,847
117,257
6,204
92

259,360
97,002
39,486
117,018
5,767
88

178,753
67,406
25,193
82,541
3,549
64

20,609
9,623
1,800
8,881
305

7,979
2,955
1,353
3,480
191

57,297
22,215
7,362
26,626
1,071 !
23

92,868
32,613
14,678
43,554
1,981
41

82,519
30,466
14,654
34,716
2,655
27

7,156
4,062
986
1,676
345
88

7,010
4,044
976
1,657
270
64

3,026
1,907
428
610
82

978
713
80
133
52

2,756
1,352
423
824
133
23

251
72
45
90
3
41

150
17
11
19
75
27

254,112
93,810
38,861
115,582
5,859

....

Trading account securities
U.S. Treasury
Other U.S. government agencies
States and political subdivisions
All other trading account securities
Unclassified

20
21
22
23
24

Large banks

7,160
4,062
986
1,676
345
92

1 Cash and due from depositary institutions
2 Currency and coin
. ...
3 Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
4 Demand balances with banks in United States.
5 Other balances with banks in United States. .
6 Balances with banks in foreign countries
7 Cash items in process of collection
. . . .
8 Total securities held—Book value
9 U.S. Treasury . .
10 Other U.S. government agencies
11 States and political subdivisions
12 All other securities
13 Unclassified total

AU
insured
banks 2

252,204
92,940
38,499
115,343
5,422

171,743
63,362
24,217
80,884
3,279

17,583
7,716
1,373
8,271
223

7,002
2,242
1,273
3,347
139

54,541
20,863
6,938
25,802
938

92,617
32,541
14,633
43,464
1,979

82,369
30,448
14,644
34,697
2,580

Federal Reserve stock and corporate stock . . .

1,669

1,628

1,380

309

105

491

475

288

26 Federal funds sold and securities purchased
under agreements to resell
27 Commercial banks
28 Brokers and dealers
29 Others
.
30 Other loans, gross
31 Less: Unearned income on loans
....
32
Reserves for loan loss
33 Other loans, net
....

48,576
41,068
4,962
2,546
673,615
16,142
7,293
650,180

43,768
36,621
4,954
2,193
651,675
16,086
7,150
628,439

34,495
27,517
4,847
2,131
485,054
10,758
5,680
468,6)36

4,309
2,321
1,514
474
76,423
620
1,297
74,506

1,616
1,300
235
80
25,479
104
325
25,049

17,935
13,996
2,528
1,411
184,099
3,521
2,155
178,424

10,636
9,899
569
167
199,053
6,524
1,902
190,628

14,081
13,552
115
415
188,560
5,374
1,613
181,574

Other loans, gross, by category
34 Real estate loans
35 Construction and land development
36 Secured by farmland
37 Secured by residential properties .
38
1- to 4-family residences
39
FHA-insured or VA-guaranteed
40
Conventional
41
Multifamily residences
42
FHA-insured
43
Conventional
44 Secured by other properties . . .

192,877
23,658
8,208
110,293
104,952
7,496
97,457
5,341
399
4,941
50,719

192,609
23,639
8,189
110,113
104,793
7,423
97,370
5,320
395
4,926
50,667

131,891
17,634
3 , 5(55
76,832
72,9(54
6,430
66,534
3,8(59
327
3,541
33,8:10

9,629
2,391
23
4,891
4,209
519
3,690
683
120
563
2,324

2,678
630
8
1,426
1,331
42
1,289
95
25
70
614

49,324
8,586
405
28,984
27,608
3,395
24,213
1,376
87
1,289
11,349

70,260
6,076
3,129
41,531
39,816
2,474
37,342
1,714
96
1,619
19,523

60,986
5,974
4,643
33,460
31,988
1,065
30,923
1,472
72
1,400
16,909

44,426
8,348
5,257
12,864
1,480
16,477
11,716
4,425
27,018
221,591

35,472
8,341
3,110
6,610
1,458
15,953
11,340
4,337
26,993
210,907

33,355
7,949
2,392
6,447
1,31:2
15,255
11,043
3,604
14,813
170,678

11,483
2,114
702
2,931
240
5,496
6,567
403
161
38,588

4,015
812
123
272
53
2,755
1,457
294
178
13,149

14,985
4,369
1,302
2,648
775
5,892
2,706
1,896 j
3,630
67,555

2,873
654
265
596
245
1,113
313
1,011
10,844
51,387

11,071
399
2,865
6,417
168
1,222
673
821
12,205
50,913

55 Loans to individuals
56 Installment loans
57
Passenger automobiles
58
Residential repair and modernization
59
Credit cards and related plans
60
Charge-account credit cards
61
Check and revolving credit plans
62
Other retail consumer goods
63
Mobile homes ,
64
Other
65
Other installment loans
66 Single-payment loans to individuals
67 All other loans

153,582
124,139
55,757
7,953
20,136
16,185
3,951
18,752
9,387
9,364
21,542
29,443
17,979

153,458
124,065
55,740
7,952
20,125
16,184
3,941
18,746
9,387
9,360
21,501
29,393
16,559

105,611
85,51,4
35,523
5,200
17,766
14,516
3,249
12,722
6,553
6,169
14,304
20,096
14,059

6,686
5,041
994
305
2,214
1,424
791
395
171
225
1,132
1,646
2,906

2,334
1,505
179
77
1,068
1,027
41
54
19
35
128
829
1,373

37,998
31,323
10,746
1,912
9,069
7,617
1,453
4,843
2,471
2,372
4,752
6,675
6,005

58,592
47,645
23,605
2,906
5,414
4,449
965
7,429
3,892
3,537
8,291
10,947
3,774

47,971
38,624
20,233
2,753
2,370
1,668
702
6,030
2,834
3,196
7,238
9,347
3,920

68 Total loans and securities, net.

961,697

933,196

683,234

99,732

34,749

254,146

294,607

278,463

6,303
22,318
3,146
16,489
38,347

6,302
22,191
3,109
15,293
35,288

5,918
16,454
3,069
14,788
31,300

1,106
2,390
1,546
7,399
12,779

98
793
182
1,089
1,241

3,669
6,215
1,240
5,908
12,456

1,045
7,056
101
392
4,824

384
5,863
77
1,701
7,046

1,215,052 1,172,773

888,551

165,307

43,748

332,417

347,080

326,501

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

69
70
71
72
73

',

...
'
,

Loans to financial institutions
REITs and mortgage companies
Domestic commercial banks
Banks in foreign countries
Other depositary institutions
. ...
Other financial institutions
Loans to security brokers and dealers
Other loans to purchase or carry securities
Loans to farmers, except real estate
Commercial and industrial loans

Direct lease financing
Fixed assets— Buildings, furniture, real estate . . .
Investment in unconsolidated subsidiaries
Customer acceptances outstanding
Other assets

74 Total assets

60



17.—Continued

Member banks 2
All
banks

Liability or capital account

75 Demand deposits
76 Mutual savings banks
77 Other individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
78 U.S. government
79 States and political subdivisions
80 Foreign governments, central banks, etc
81 Commercial banks in United States
82 Banks in foreign countries.
83 Certified and officers' checks, etc

All
insured2
banks

Large banks
Total

New York
City

City of
Chicago

Other
large

All other

Nonmember
banks
(insured
and non-2
insured)

374,758
1,626

367,867
1,425

282,751
1,217

65,198
588

10,932
1

100,994
291

105,627
337

92,006
409

279,829
7,964
18,210
1,840
38,921
8,724
17,643

278,459
7,956
18,138
1,351
37,961
7,817
14,760

206,399
5,641
12,421
1,317
36,636
7,681
11,440

33,292
584
830
1,084
18,730
6,007
4,083

7,802
187
184
25
2,147
225
361

78,702
2,043
3,564
170
11,500
1,251
3,473

86,603
2,828
7,842
37
4,260
198
3,522

73,430
2,323
5,789
524
2,285
1,042
6,204

15,695

93,735
1
90

109,727
71
20

108,008
18
29

84 Time deposits
85 Accumulated for personal loan payments
86 Mutual savings banks
87 Other individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
88 U.S. government
89 States and political subdivisions
90 Foreign governments, central banks, etc
91 Commercial banks in United States
....
92 Banks in foreign countries

365,015
90
292

353,571
90
275

257,007
72
263

37,850

287,380
989
56,273
10,171
7,967
1,853

280,154
989
55,928
7,429
7,352
1,354

202,808
793
38,077
7,193
6,645
1,156

29,149
82
1,672
4,184
1,917
730

12,118
39
1,261
1,201
911
128

72,205
421
16,031
1,684
3,112
190

89,336
251
19,113
123
705
108

84,572
195
18,195
2,979
1,323
697

93 Savings deposits
94 Individuals and nonprofit organizations
95 Corporations and other profit organizations . .
96 U.S. government
97 States and political subdivisions
. ..
98 Allother

226,026
210,446
10,813
62
4,501
204

224,436
209,061
10,793
62
4,486
35

154,577
144,192
7,438
53
2,863
31

10,945
10,150
504

2,758
2,612
137

273
16

9
*

55,474
51,865
3,091
16
494
9

85,401
79,565
3,706
36
2,087
7

71,449
66,255
3,376
9
1,638
172

99 Total deposits

965,799

945,875

694,335

113,992

29,385

250,204

300,755

271,464

93,179
46,947
13,356
32,876
13,586
1,738
17,125
33,773

88,903
43,727
13,289
31,887
9,448
1,733
15,925
22,062

83,003
41,154
12,325
29,524
9,112
1,425
15,419
19,126

20,103
7,773
3,199
9,132
3,398
233
8,014
5,911

8,989
5,904
1,897
1,188
179
28
1,095
1,106

40,575
21,697
5,686
13,192
4,243
698
5,916
8,051

13,336
5,780
1,543
6,013
1,292
465
394
4,057

10,176
5,793
1,030
3,352
4,473
313
1,705
14,647

1,125,200 1,083,946

302,779

100 Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreements to repurchase
101 Commercial banks . . .
. .
102 Brokers and dealers
103 Others
104 Other liabilities for borrowed money
105 Mortgage indebtedness
106 Bank acceptances outstanding
107 Other liabilities
108 Total liabilities

..

116 Total liabilities and equity capital

120
121
122
123
124

,

Average for last 15 to 30 days
Cash and due from bank
.
Federal funds sold and securities purchased
under agreements to resell
Total loans
Time deposits of $100,000 or more
Total deposits
Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreements to repurchase
Other liabilities for borrowed money

125 Standby letters of credit outstanding
126 Time deposits of $100,000 or more
127 Certificates of deposit
128 Other time deposits
129 Number of banks




822,421

151,651

40,782

309,688

320,299

5,753

4,440

1,004

80

2,061

1,296

1,376

84,036
88
17,790
32,386
31,949
1,824

83,074
81
17,691
31,874
31,684
1,744

61,690
33
12,743
22,906
24,803
1,205

12,652

2,885

2,645
4,541
5,334
132

570
1,404
859
52

20,668
2
3,997
8,063
8,238
368

25,485
31
5,531
8,898
10,372
652

22,347
55
5,047
9,480
7,146
619

1,215,052 1,172,773

110 Equity capital
111 Preferred stock
112 Common stock
113 Surplus
114 Undivided profits
115 Other capital reserves

118
119

37'

5,816

109 Subordinated notes and debentures

MEMO
117 Demand deposits adjusted 8

iis

888,551

165,307

43,748

332,417

347,080

326,501

258,606

252,758

173,996

21,771

5,368

59,850

87,007

84,610

151,066

142,173

121,518

35,452

5,619

44,611

35,836

29,548

53,196
647,386
181,510
941,481

47,463
628,167
174,479
923,749

36,121
468 , 342
143,050
675,725

5,530
74,085
31,979
106,594

1,901
24,972
12,833
28,441

16,558
178,557
61,496
243,663

12,132
190,728
36,742
297,026

17,075
179,043
38,459
265,756

95,273
13,002

90,853
8,533

85,358
8,027

21,859
3,433

9,825
171

40,469
3,437

13,205
986

9,915
4,975

18,948
183,425
155,993
27,431

17,750
177,688
152,000
25,688

16,686
145,771
123,753
22,018

9,406
32,476
28,200
4,277

1,269
13,253
11,450
1,803

4,796
62,797
52,508
10,289

1,215
37,245
31,595
5,650

2,262
37,653
32,240
5,413

14,698

14,381

5,621

12

9

153

5,447

9,077

61

17. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Detailed balance sheets for 1978 l—Continued
C. September 30 (insured banks only)
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Member banks *
All
insured
banks a

Asset account

Large banks
Total

New York
City

City of
Chicago

Other
large

All other

Nonmember
banks*

14
15
16
17
18
19

Trading account securities
U.S. Treasury
Other U S government agencies
States and political subdivisions
All other trading account securities
Unclassified

20
21
22
23
24

Bank investment portfolios
U.S. Treasury
Other U.S, government agencies
States and political subdivisions
All other portfolio securities

25

Federal Reserve stock and corporate stock

.

43,758
867
3,621
12,821
601
331
25,516

5,298
180
1,152
543
15
288
3,119

47,914
2,918
12,200
3,672
648
1,507
26,969

37,990
4,901
11.069
8,947
1,319
705
11,049

23,477
3,268

179,894
61,672
24,644
83,747
3,150
66

20,808
7,117
1,426
8,803
224

7,918
2,282
1,201
3,588
138

58,271
20,840
7,452
26,629
903
19

92,898
31,433
14,564
44,727
1,884
47

82,319
29,281
14,611
36,120
2,156
28

6,681
4,103
816
1,381
316
66

3,238
2,407
401
363
67

708
408
82
117
101

2,446
1,210
278
794
145
19

290
78
55
107
3
47

151
23
9
14
78
28

255,366
90,943
39,253
119,865
5,305

8 Total securities held—Book value
9 U.S Treasury
10 Other U.S. government agencies
11 States and political subdivisions
12 All other securities
13 Unclassified total .

134,960
8,867
28,043
25,984
2,5*12
2,82i2
66,653

6,833
4,125
825
1,395
394
94

. . .

158,380
12,135
28,043
41 , 104
4,648
3,295
69,156
262,199
90,943
39,253
119,865
5,305
94

1 Cash and due from depositary institutions
2 Currency and coin
3 Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
4 Demand balances with banks in United States
5 Other balances with banks in United States
6 Balances with banks in foreign countries
7 Cash items in process of collection

173,213
61,672
24,644
83,747
3,150

17,570
7,117
1,426
8,803
224

7,210
2,282
1,201
3,588
138

55,825
20,840
7,452
26,629
903

92,608
31,433
14,564
44,727
1,884

82,168
29,281
14,611
36,120
2,156

15,176
2,066
463
2,503

1,656

1,403

311

111

507

475

253

26 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements
to -resell
27 Commercial banks .
28 Brokers and dealers . . .
..
. .
.....
29 Others
30 Other loans gross
... .
31 LESSJ Unearned income on loans
32
Reserves for loan loss
33 Other loans, net

41,258
34,256
4,259
2,743
675,915
17,019
7,431
651,465

32,003
25,276
4,119
2,608
500,841
11,357
5,894
483,590

3,290
1,987
821
482
79,996
675
1,347
77,974

1,784
1,294
396
94
26,172
107
341
25,724

16,498
12,274
2,361
1,863
190,565
3,765
2,256
184,544

10,431
9,721
541
169
204,108
6,810
1,949
195,348

9,361
9,087
140
135
175,074
5,663
1,537
167,875

Other loans, gross* by category
34 Real estate loans
35 Construction and land development .
36 Secured by farmland
37 Secured by residential properties
38
1- to 4-family residences
39
FHA-insured or VA-guaranteed .
40
Conventional
41
Multifamily residences
42
FHA-insured
.
43
Conventional
44 Secured by other properties

203,380
25,620
8,418
117,175
111,682
7,502
104,179
5,493
398
5,095
52,167

138,747
19,102
3,658
81,374
77,425
6,500
70,926
3,943
340
3,60!?
34,613

10,241
2,598
23
5,362
4,617
508
4,109
746
132
613
2,258

2,938
685
34
1,559
1,460
44
1,417
99
27
72
660

52,687
9,236
453
31,212
29,774
3,446
26,328
1,438
88
1,350
11,786

72,880
6,583
3,149
43,239
41,574
2,502
39,072
1,665
92
1,574
19,909

64,633
6,518
4,760
35,801
34,256
1,003
33,253
1,545
58
1,486
17,555

37,072
8,575
3,367
7,359
1,579
16,193
11,042
4,280
28,054
213,114

34,844
8,162
2,611?
7,187
1,411

is,46:>

10,834
3,533
15,296
171, 82!(

12,434
2,066
966
3,464
290
5,649
6,465
410
163
39,633

4,342
801
165
268
76
3,033
1,324
276
150
13,290

15,137
4,616
1,206
2,820
785
5,710
2,846
1,860
3,781
67,833

2,930
680
281
635
261
1,073
199
985
11,197
51,067

2,229
413
749
171
167
728
207
747
12,758
41,291

161,612
131,582
58,909
8,523
21,938
17,900
4,038
19,689
9,642
10,047
22,523
30,030

110,987
90,57«
37,499
5,540
19,333
16,037
3,296
13,299
6,669
6,630
14,907
20,40S»

7,100
5,405
1,077
331
2,268
1,573
695
427
179
249
1,302
1,694

2,562
1,711
209
60
1,267
1,219
47
57
19
38
119
851

40,320
33,640
11,626
2,088
9,736
8,192
1,545
5,242
2,563
2,678
4,948
6,680

61,005
49,821
24,587
3,060
6,062
5,053
1,009
7,573
3,908
3,665
8,538
11,184

50,625
41,004
21,411
2,983
2,605
1,863
742
6,390
2,973
3,417
7,615
9,621

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

.

Loans to financial institutions
.
REITs and mortgage companies
Domestic commercial banks
,
Banks in foreign countries . . .
Other depositary institutions
Other financial institutions . .
Loans to security brokers and dealers .
Other loans to purchase or carry securities
Loans to farmers, except real estate
Commercial and industrial loans

,

55 Loans to individuals
.
56 Installment loans
57
Passenger automobiles
58
Residential repair and modernization
59
Credit cards and related plans
.
60
Charge -account credit cards
61
Check and revolving credit plans
62
Other retail consumer goods
63
Mobile homes
64
Other
65
Other installment loans
66 Single-payment loans to individuals
67 All other loans

17,361
.

Direct lease
financing
.
Fixed assets—Buildings, furniture real estate
Investment in unconsolidated subsidiaries
Customer acceptances outstanding
,
Other assets

74 Total assets

. .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

. . . .

.

14,778

3,545

1,290

6,100

3,844

2,583

956,578

,

68 Total loans and securities t net
69
70
71
72
73

. .

696,891

102,383

35,536

259,820

299,152

259,808

6,717
22,448
3,255
16,557
34,559

6,212
16,529
3,209
16,036
30,405'

1,145
2,332
1,642
8,315
11,323

96
795
188
1,258
1,000

3,931
6,268
1,282
6,054
12,810

1,041
7,13<»
96
409
5,276

505
5,926
46
521
4,248

1,198,465

904,245

170,899

44,170

338,079

351,098

294,501

17.—Continued

Member banks 2
AH
insured
banks2

Liability or capital account

Large banks
Total

New York
City

City of
Chicago

Other
large

All other

Nonmember
banks z

75 Demand deposits
76 Mutual savings banks
. .
77 Other individuals, partnerships, and corporations
78 U.S. government
79 States and political subdivisions
. .
80 Foreign governments, central banks, etc
8 1 Commercial banks in United States
82 Banks in foreign countries .
. . . . .
83 Certified and officers* checks, etc

369,030
1,285
279,650
7,942
17,122
1,805
39,596
7,379
14,252

282,463
1,091
205,601
5,720
11,578
1,728
38,213
7,217
11,315

66,035
527
31,422
569
764
1,436
21,414
5,461
4,443

10,690
1
7,864
188
252
19
1,807
207
352

100,737
256
79,429
1,987
3,446
211
10,803
1,251
3,354

105,002
307
86,886
2,977
7,117
62
4,189
298
3,166

86,577
194
74,049
2,221
5,543
77
1,393
162
2,937

84 Time deposits
85 Accumulated for personal loan payments
,
86 Mutual savings banks .
87 Other individuals, partnerships, and corporations
88 U.S. government
89 States and political subdivisions
90 Foreign governments, central banks, etc
91 Commercial banks in United States
92 Banks in foreign countries. . .
. . . . .

368,562
79
399
292,120
864
59,087
6,672
7,961
1,381

266,520
66
392
210,461
689
40,012
6,450
7,289
1,161

38,086

15,954

177
29,209
61
1,952
3,780
2,077
829

40
12,074
40
1,554
1,145
999
103

98,525
1
148
76,333
356
16,483
1,401
3,585
219

113,955
65
27
92,846
232
20,022
124
629
9

102,042
13
7
81,658
175
19,075
222
672
220

93 Savings deposits . .
94 Individuals and nonprofit organizations
,
95 Corporations and other profit organizations
96 U.S. government
97 States and political subdivisions
98 All other

223 , 326
207,701
11,215
82
4,298
30

152,270
141,824
7,672
65
2,682
27

10,632
9,878
519
215
18

2,604
2,448
148
3
4
*

54,825
51,161
3,195
24
437
8

84,209
78,338
3,809
35
2,025
2

71,055
65,876
3,543
17
1,616
3

960,918

701,254

114,753

29,248

254,087

303,166

259,675

91,981
42,174
12,787
37 , 020
8,737
1,766
16,661
27,124

85,582
39,607
11,849
34,126
8,352
1,454
16,140
23,884

21,149
6,991
2,130
12,028
3,631
234
8,398
8,860

8,777
5,235
1,616
1,926
306
27
1,260
1,525

41,799
21,609
6,381
13,809
3,191
701
6,070
9,020

13,857
5,773
1,722
6,362
1,225
491
412
4,478

6,398
2,566
939
2,894
385
316
521
3,494

1,107,187

836,666

157,026

41,144

314,868

323,629

270,789

5,767

4,401

1,001

79

2,033

1,287

1,366

85,540
88
17,875
32,341
33,517
1,719

63,178
36
12,817
23,128
26,015
1,182

12,871

2,947

2,645
4,541
5,554
132

570
1,404
921
52

21,177
5
4,007
8,148
8,680
337

26,182
31
5,595
9,035
10,860
661

22,376
52
5,064
9,216
7,507
538

1,198,494

904,245

170,899

44,170

338,079

351,098

294,531

252,337

171,877

18,537

5,576

60,978

86,787

80,459

146,283

124,921

36,862

6,030

45,731

36,298

21,374

43,873
651,874
183,614
944,593

33,685
483,353
150,163
687,601

4,272
76,750
32,196
107,028

1,887
25,722
13,216
28,922

16,007
184,790
65,776
250,804

11,519
196,091
38,975
300,846

10,304
168,521
33,452
257,004

92,685
8,716

86,635
8,326

22,896
3,679

9,473
370

40,541
3,211

13,725
1,067

6,053
390

18,820
186,837
160,227
26,610

17,658
152,555
129,668
22,887

10,063
32,654
27,950
4,704

1,477
13,486
11,590
1,896

4,820
66,684
56,383
10,301

1,298
39,731
33,745
5,986

1,162
34,282
30,558
3,724

14,390

5,594

12

9

153

5,420

8,809

. .

99 Total deposits . , .
100 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
101 Commercial banks
»
102 Brokers and dealers
103 Others
104 Other liabilities for borrowed money
105 Mortgage indebtedness
106 Bank acceptances outstanding
.
107 Other liabilities
. ,
108 Total liabilities
109 Subordinated notes and debentures
1 10 Equity capital
Ill
Preferred stock .
112 Common stock
113 Surplus
114 Undivided profits
115 Other capital reserves
116 Total liabilities a n d equity capital.

. . . .

MEMO
117 Demand deposits adjusted 3 . . .
118
119
120
121
122
123
124

Average for last 15 or 30 days
Cash and due from banks. " . .
.
. . .
Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements
to resell
Total loans
Time deposits of $100,000 or more
Total deposits
Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
Other liabilities for borrowed money.

125 Standby letters of credit outstanding .
126 Time deposits of $100,000 or more
127 Certificates of deposit
128 Other time deposits
129 Number of banks




.

63

18. All large weekly reporting commercial banks
A. Assets and liabilities, 1978
Millions of dollars

Jan. 4

Jan. 11 ; Jan. 18

Jan. 25

Feb. 1

Feb. 8

Feb. 15

Feb. 22

Mar. 1

452,846

451,544 I 443,977

442,017

444,890

448,928

445,160

442,355

445,431

29,645
20,841

25,977
20,637

24,873
17,971

26,535
19,919

27,886
21,462

24 933
19,689

23 237
18 745

23 615
18 877

5,383
864
2,557
319,637
125,043
4,658

2,969
612
1,759
316,908
124,292
4,641

4,308
579
2,015
316,551
123 978
4,609

3,509
594
2,513
3 17., 735
124 527
4,567

3,244
567
2,613
320,286
124 622
4 543

2 507
513
2 224
318,741
125 271
4 548

2 134
467
1 891
318 026
125 611
4 533

120 564
126 775
4 554

3,011
8,483

1,265
9,071

1,792
8 659

1,526
8 757

2,644
8 909

1,195
8 754

971
8 517

1 189
8 744

106
2,634

107
2,639

102
2,644

101
2,630

101
2 657

100
2 656

105
2 636

106
2 612

7,835
15,485
74,799

7,394
15,172
74,922

7 245
15,187
75,088

7 376
15,191
75,215

7 456
15,209
75,363

7 481
15 193
75 529

7 331
15 023
75 694

7 138
15 058
74 893

2,353
6,333
46 , 684
1,569
20,644

2,336
6,010
46 , 766
1,566
20,727

2,199
6,135
46 846
1,639
20 , 428

2,228
6,146
46 931
1,713
20 , 827

2,383
6,904
46 825
1,716
20,954

2 038
6,291
46 811
1,694
21,180

1 962
6,339
46 856
1,663
20,785

2 278
6 424
46 911
U652
21,010

9,393
310,244

9,410
307,498

9,427
307 124

9,444
308 291

9,479
310 807

9,510
309 231

9,551
308 475

1) 544
311 020

45,975
8,428

44,998
7,689

44,212
7,111

43 , 529
6 774

44 , 564
7 013

44,335
7 141

45 , 405
7 435

44 944
7 064

44,969
6 589

9,031
24,620
3,896
66,127

9,005
24,266
4,038
66,657

9,008
24,033
4 060
66 , 290

8,768
23,886
4 101
66 491

8,860
24,521
4 170
65 500

8,979
24,196
4 019
65,900

8,698
24 603
4 669
65 591

8,487
24 684
4 709
65 699

8,787
25 072
4 521
65 807

7,837
42,933

8,022
43,323 i

7,751
43,141

7,668
43 398

7,110
43 045

7,548
43 152

7,070
43 375

7,046
43 299

6,886
43 182

2,678
12,679

2,719
12,593

2,693 i
12,705

2 695
12,730

2 729
12,616

2 708
12,492

2 678
12,468

2 686
12,668

2 741
12,998

51,666
20,445
6,847
16,405
2,957
60,768

40,781
15,808
6,828
14,051
2,971
60 , 974

41,589
23,590
6,537
14,405
3,002
60,711

43,456
38 , 377
19,924 ! 21 ,098
6 432
6 050
13,637
14,137
3,042
3,037
62 663
60 983

36 , 090
21,688
5,784
13,512
3,171
61,637

43 688
23,182
6 180
14,171
3,059
60 216

46,640
23,944
6 34?
14,548
3,128
60 609

47 423
21,595
6 057
14,950
3,072
63 647

611,934

592,957

593,811

584,407

595,336

590,810

595,656

^97,571

602,175

186,263
135,999
6,008
1,712

187,535
135,650
6 360
2,975

179,279
129,722
6 084
2 307

188,191
134,135
7 107
2 105

180,544 I 187,057
130,669 133,696
5 943
6 961
1,200
1 988

1 87 , 327
232,827
5 991
3,056

26,403
993

26,203
905

25,094
880

27,985
927

25,968
942

28,406
958

28,423
879

191,532
136,346
6 360
2,745
'
29,172
885

1,191
6,500
7,457

1,185
6,241
8,016

1,283
6,748
7,901

1,309
8,005
6,508

1,440
6,711
6,897

1,422
7,572
7,157

1,238
7,139
7,647

50 Time and 4savings deposits, total 3
. . 252,236
92,975
51 Savings
159,261
52 Time 8
.
.
53
Individuals, parnerships, and corporations. . 120,858
23,318
54
States and political subdivisions
55
Domestic interbank
5,600
56
Foreign governments, official institutions,
7 947
etc

251,902
93,126
158,776
120,224
23 , 597
5,334

251,813
92,875
158,938
120,422
23,708
5,252

252 346 252 357
92,712
92 , 529
159 634 159,828
120,887 ' 120,877
23,979
23,906
5,204
5 , 149

253 053
92 , 767
160,286
121,120
24,255
5,146

252 874
92,736
160 138
121,055
24,164
5,037

253 808
92 , 776
161,032
121,614
24,571
5,073

254 904
92,642
162,262
122,253
24,895
5,233

8 091

8 061

8 078

8 318

8 292

8 390

B 356

8 462

77,426

78,807

78,324

74,745

77,435

79,568

78,248

78,978

76,734

862
5,093
25 , 866

650
4,989
25,589

392
4,905
26,138

?. 107
3,005
2*i,955

592
5,072
26,530

133
5,140
27,171

442
4,992
26,895

99
5,056
27,106

574
5,022
28,089

44,776

44,757

44,704

44,970

45,159

45,201

45,148

45 , 197

45,320

Account
1 Total loans :tnd investments
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

I^oans
27,993
Federal funds sold, total 1
22,884
To commercial banks
To brokers and dealers
3,101
U.S. Treasury securities
654
Other securities
1,354
To others
. .
322,115
Other, gross
Commercial and industrial
. . . . 126,155
4,721
Agricultural
For purchasing or carrying securities
To brokers and dealers
1,746
U.S. Treasury securities
9,168
Other securities
. .
To others
107
U.S. Treasury securities.
2,618
Other securities
To nonbank financial institutions
7,707
Personal and sales finance companies
15,651
Other
74,490
Real estate .
To commercial banks
2,872
Domestic
6,707
Foreign
46,696
Consumer installment
1,608
Foreign governments, official institutions, etc. .
21,869
All other loans
LESS: Loan loss reserve and unearned income
9,364
on loans .
312,751
Other loans net

Investments
24 U.S. Treasury securities, total
25 Bills
. .
Notes and bonds, by time to maturity
26
Within 1 year
27
1 to 5 years
28
After 5 years
29 Other securities, total
Obligations of states and political subdivisions
30
Tax warrants, short-term notes, and bills
31
All other
Other bonds, corporate stocks,2 and securities
32
Certificates of participation
33
All other, including corporate stocks
34
35
36
37
38
39

Cash items in process of collection
Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
Currency and coin
..
Balances with domestic banks
Investments in subsidiaries not consolidated. . . .
Other assets

40 Total assets/total liabilities .
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

Deposits
205 , 675
Demand deposits, total
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . . . 146,738
6 907
States and political subdivisions
1,670
U.S. government
Domestic interbank
33,243
Commercial
,
1,155
Mutual savings
Foreign
1,363
Governments, official institutions, etc
7,113
Commercial banks
7,486
Certified and officers' checks

57 Federal funds purchased *
Borrowings from
58 Federal Reserve Banks
59 Others
60 Other liabilities 6 . . .
. .
61 Total equity capital and subordinated notes/debentures 7 „

64



1,925 :
6,204
7,063

2 261
460

2 017

18. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Continued
A. Assets and liabilities, 1978—Continued
Millions of dollars

Mar. 8

1 Total loans and investments
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Cash items in process of collection
Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
Currency and coin
..
Balances with domestic banks .
Investments in subsidiaries not consolidated . . . .
Other assets

40 Total assets/total liabilities
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

Mar. 22

Mar. 29

Apr. 5

Apr. 12

Apr. 19

Apr, 26

May 3

452,843

448,011

447,640

459,333

455,091

460,964

453,166

456,305

26,925
20,105

24,929
19,882

25,271
20,214

30,143
21,292

25,933
19,363

28,076
21,556

23 590
17 829

24 822
19 265

3,790
582
2,448
322,809
128,035
4,637

2,426
532
2,089
321,656
128,345
4,662

2,274
507
2,276
322,078
128,776
4,693

4,944
691
3,216
326,428
129,537
4 720

3,703
647
2,220
325,324
129,946
4 726

3,856
662
2,002
327,729
130,636
4 758

3 017
658
2,086
326 502
130,513
4 798

2 717
607
2,233
328 867
131,531
4 834

1,790
9,514

1,089
8,672

803
7,982

2,348
9,112

1,544
8 841

1,986
9,382

1,351
8 438

1,045
8 638

100
2,584

99
2,544

100
2,559

101
2,587

101
2,586

100
2,600

101
2,613

101
2,622

7,542
15,009
76,425

7,534
14,971
76,625

7,506
15,062
76,833

7,711
15,240
76,979

7,592
15,166
77,277

7,550
15,065
77 , 596

7,631
15,016
77,620

7,922
15,034
77,954

1,880
5,969
47,035
1,627
20,662

2,002
5,863
47,142
1,681
20,427

1,990
6,222
47,409
1,736
20,407

2,098
6,228
47,569
1,686
20,512

1,969
5,980
47,771
1,630
20,195

1,956
5,698
48,075
1,594
20,733

2,088
5,595
48 , 394
1,639
20,705

2,194
5 585
48 , 573
1,548
21 286

9,665
313,144

9,694
311,962

9,629
312,449

9,587
316,841

9,676
315,648

9,747
317,982

9,765
316,737

9,813
319,054

46,786
7,750

46,300
7,457

44,754
6,706

44,038
6,328

46,405
7,743

46,698
7,726

46,071
7,385

44,510
5,654

44,335
4,811

8,782
25,795
4,459
65,887

8,753
25,881
4,209
66,474

8,434
25,501
4,113
66,366

8,402
25,213
4,095
65,882

8,310
25,746
4,606
65,944

8,476
25,556
4,940
66,812

8,433
25,505
4,748
68 , 835

8,438
25,615
4,803
68,329

8,521
26,282
4,721
68,094

6,906
43,284

7,270
43,554

7,060
43,457

6,532
43,482

6,533
43,437

6,878
43,786

8,401
44,338

8,123
44,396

7,949
44,326

2,739
12,958

2,741
12,909

2,751
13,098

2,786
13,082

2,738
13,236

2,739
13,409

2,815
13,281

2,802
13,008

2,864
12,955

37,616
18,953
5,783
13,430
3,118
63,353

45,352
20,018
6,018
13,825
3,110
63,007

39,643
19,814
6,149
14,151
3,056
64,517

37,637
23,192
6,572
13,293
3,069
64,341

46,462
18,499
5,659
15,184
3,109
66,605

42,154
19,737
6,285
13,098
3,142
66,725

42,056
20,459
6,314
13,936
3,132
64,357

41,602
20,223
6,456
13,425
3,173
64,156

45,419
23 , 809
5,830
13,905
3,187
64,101

592,053

604,173

595,341

595,744

614,851

606,232

611,218

602,201

612,556

191,386
135,366
5 944
5,730

178,321
128,802
6,018
1,829

177,269
128,408
5,665
2,702

193,950
135,717
5 738
3,281

185,762
136,759
5 767
1,783

189,474
135,814
5 743
4,662

184,136
132,643
6 090
2,814

188,146
133,580
6 510
3,714

28,036
908

25,858
737

24,482
757

29,497
1,057

25,450
893

27,114
872

25,912
853

26,886
998

1,149
6 655
7,598

1,167
7,459
6,451

1,359
7,130
6,766

1,652
6,568
10,440

1,629
6,391
7,090

1,198
6,537
7,534

1,382
6,874
7,568

1,167
6,568
8,723

257,646
93,265
164 381
124,359
24 830
5 495

259,176
93,524
165,652
125,650
24,960
5 435

260,621
94,014
166 607
126,542
24,925
5 524

259,556
94,493
165 063
125,892
24 657
5 218

259,076
94,056
165 020
125,877
24,812
5 143

258,863
93,351
165,512
125,741
25,371
5 201

260,072
93,1-51
166,921
126,744
25,650
5 319

261,453
93,199
168,254
128,299
25,503
5 458

Loans
25,878
Federal funds sold total J , .
......
19,430
To commercial banks ,
To brokers and dealers
3,511
U.S. Treasury securities
601
Other securities
2,336
To others
320,877
Other gross
..
...
127,137
Commercial and industrial
4,588
Agricultural
For purchasing or carrying securities
To brokers and dealers
2,125
U.S. Treasury securities
8,655
Other securities
To others
104
U.S. Treasury securities
2,579
Other securities
To nonbank financial institutions
7,415
Personal and sales finance companies
15,060
Other .
76,085
Real estate
To commercial banks
2,030
Domestic
..
6,053
Foreign
46,917
Consumer installment
1,739
Foreign governments, official institutions, etc, .
All other loans
. . ' . 20,390
LESS: Loan loss reserve and unearned income
9,628
on loans
311,249
Other loans net
.
...

Investments
24 U.S. Treasury securities, total.
25 Bills . . . .
Notes and bonds, by time to maturity
26
Within 1 year
27
1 to 5 years
28
After 5 years
29 Other securities total
..
Obligations of states and political subdivisions
30
Tax warrants, short-term notes, and bills
31
All other
Other bonds, corporate stocks,2 and securities
32
Certificates of participation
33
All other, including corporate stocks
34
35
36
37
38
39

Mar. 15

449,800

Account

.

...

Deposits
175,898
Demand deposits, total
..
....
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . . . 128,211
5 437
States and political subdivisions
1,052
U.S. government
Domestic interbank
26,028
Commercial
....
..
845
Mutual savings
Foreign
1,227
Governments, official institutions, etc
6,720
Commercial banks
Certified and officers' checks
6,378

257,092
50 Time and savings deposits, total 3
51 Savings4
93,088
52 Time 3 . .
164 004
53
Individuals, parnersbips, and corporations . . 123,818
54
States and political subdivisions ,
24,968
55
Domestic interbank
5 464
56
Foreign governments, official institutions,
etc. .
.,,.
..
. .
8,272
57 Federal funds purchased 6
Borrowings from
58 Federal Reserve Banks
59 Others
60 Other liabilities6
61 Total equity capital and subordinated notes/debentures 7




8 240

8,162

8,160

7 841

7 690

7,618

7,556

7 375

79 137

76 753

78 878

78 930

81 651

81 389

82 974

76 564

79 294

651
5,476
28 408

232
5,123
27 795

165
5,189
28 307

119
5,485
27 952

29
5,812
28 466

68
5,783
28 647

435
5,673
28,410

1,450
5,952
28 454

2,345
5,914
29 640

45,391

45,238

45,305

45,368

45,387

45,507

45,389

45,573

45,764

65

18. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Continued
A. Assets and liabilities, 1978—Continued
Millions of dollars
Account
1 Tots! loans find investments

May 10

May 17

May 24

May 31

June?

June 14

June 21

June 28

July5

456,142

459,618

456,724

468,035

467,777

466,781

464,816

464,598

473 434

27,310
19,670

25,122
18,821

31,150
24,739

28,456
20,465

28,786
19,915

25,140
19 519

25 , 765
20 410

31 655
22 980

4,575
585
2,480
331,383
132,218
4,927

3,534
603
2,164
331,064
132,310
4,979

3,384
493
2,534
335,607
134,459
5,008

5,285
520
2,186
336,647
133,612
5,032

5,612
578
2,681
335,321
133,606
5,140

3,459
587
1,575
338,054
135 012
5,109

2,842
546
1,967
338,777
135 319
5 125

1,755
8,355

1,324
8,2!>5

1,251
8,167

2,221
9,018

1,553
8,289

1,220
8,633

8,712

Loans
24,861
2 Federal funds sold, total * . . . .
19,062
3 To commercial banks
To brokers and dealers
2,965
4
U.S. Treasury securities
547
5
Other securities
2,287
6 To others
. .
.
......
328,713
7 Other, gross
132,022
8 Commercial and industrial
4,887
9 Agricultural
For purchasing or carrying securities
To brokers and dealers
1,023
10
U.S. Treasury securities
7,915
11
Other securities
To others
103
12
U.S. Treasury securities. .
2,636
13
Other securities
To nonbank financial institutions
7,751
14
Personal and sales finance companies
15,083
15
Other
78,237
16 Real estate
To commercial banks
1,961
17
Domestic . . .
5,679
18
Foreign
48 , 645
19 Consumer installment
1,569
20 Foreign governments, official institutions, etc. .
21,202
21 All other loans
22 LESS: Loan loss reserve and unearned income
9,894
on loans
23 Other loans, net
. . . . 318,819
Investments
24 U.S. Treasury securities, total
25 Bills
Notes and bonds, by time to maturity
26
Within 1 year
27
1 to 5 years
28
After 5 years .
.
.
29 Other securities, total
Obligations of states and political subdivisions
30
Tax warrants, short-term notes, and bills
31
All other .
.
Other bonds, corporate stocks,8 and securities
32
Certificates of participation
33
All other, including corporate stocks
34
35
36
37
38
39

Cash items in process of collection
Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
Currency and coin
Balances with domestic banks
. .
Investments in subsidiaries not consolidated . . . .
Other assets . . . .
,

40 Total assets/total liabilities .
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

66

102

100

101

100

100

100

2,646

2,695

2,683

2,662

2,653

2,656

2 663

8,018
15,126
78,635

7,624
14,899
78,926

7,952
15,124
79,165

8,303
15,125
79,332

7,969
15,077
79,858

7 902
14 997
80,267

7 935
15 084
80 685

8 616
15 260
81 065

2,015
5,768
48,855
1,565
21,424

2,245
5,793
49,190
1,545
21 229

2,369
6,309
49 425
1,561
22 020

2,277
6,093
49 596
1,530
21 725

2,310
5,873
49 921
1,531
21 431

2 476
6 099
50 268
1,530
21 788

2 462
6 092
50 683
I ,'559
21 497

2 575
6 315
50 865
1,494
22 437

9,971
321,412

10,054
321 010

10,030
325 577

10,140
326 507

10,192
325 129

10 254
327 SOO

10 222
328 555

10 186
332 315

44,265
4,879

43,342
4,727

43, 1H
4,615

43 424
4,922

44 479
5,721

44 577
6,037

44 247
6 164

42 742
4 731

42 556
4 132

8,489
26 148
4,749
68 , 197

7,806
25,914
4,895
67,554

7,797
25 6545,047
67,479

7,621
25 899
4 982
67,884

7,595
26 203
4 960
68 , 335

7,547
25 965
5 028
68,289 f

7
25
4
67

7
25
4
67

7
26
4
66

7,873
44,561

7,233
44 454

7,110
44 490

7,027
44 621

7,090
44 936

6,765
44 888

6,308
44 605

6,245
44 532

6,056
44 408

2 873
12,890

2 864
13,003

2 873
13,006

2 893
13,343

2 879
13,430

2 888
13 [748

2 888
13*828

2 857
13,587

41,635
22,398
6 174
14,439
3,173
64,319

44 172
19,513
6 235
1 3 , 809
3,182
62 593

39 909
22 , 301
6 517
13 653
3,160
62 118

55 797
22 551
6 525
17 748
3,194
64 742

42 304
18,928
6 183
14 386
3,259
63 928

45 795
18 262
6 518
14*562
3,266
63 013

45 549
23 305
6 563
14 38S
3,191
62 703

2 868 i
13,891
43 $14
24 252
6 653
14 430
3,188
63 267

608,280

609,122

604,382

638,592

616,765

618,197

620,515

620,202

637 150

183,770
133,641
5,748
1 643

177,634
129,085
5,503
1 198

206 915
144,860
6,144
1 325

185 624
133,875
5,460
1 150

191 835
139,590
5,472
1 575

191 72H
136,44?
6,049
4 241

187 738
133,796
6,185
2 902

212 379
148*589
6,555
1 343

26 939

25 734

35 972

27 817

28 576

28 258

27 542

792

36 399
1 234

1,639
7 782
8 300

1,124
7 364
8 024

1,151
6 651
7 984

1,154
6 720
8 059

1,392
6 960
8 169

1,105
7 470
9 184

265,176
93 404
171 772
131,673
25 684
5 695

266,088
93 375
172 713
132,690
25 524
5*821

265,404
93 006
172 '398
132,810
24 982
5*826

264,068
92 872
171 196
132,050
24 757
5 855

266,885
92 877
174 008
134,291
24 793
6 329

266,727
93 178
173 549
134,219
24 443
6 326

50 Time and a
savings deposits, total 3
262,778
51 Savings . . . .
93 248
52
Time 3
169,530
53
Individuals, parnerships, and corporations . . 129,148
54
States and political subdivisions
25 746
55
Domestic interbank
5 657
56
Foreign governments, official institutions,
etc
7,310




99

1 532
8 928

2,621

Deposits
Demand deposits, total
181,401
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . . . 128,823
States and political subdivisions. . . .
5,928
2 121
U.S. government
. .
Domestic interbank
Commercial
27 931
Mutual savings
828
Foreign
Governments, official institutions, etc.
1,029
6,905
Commercial banks
Certified and officers' checks
7 836

57 Federal funds purchased 6
Borrowings from
58 Federal Reserve Banks .
59
Others
60 Other liabilities 8
61 Total equity capital and subordinated notes/debentures 7

101

868

5,642
632
401
501
531
120

2
342
135
5

778

993
6 628
7 400

263,278
93 382
169 896
129,735
25 699
5 611

758

1,137
6 905 1
7 314
265,714
93 475
172 239
131,652
26 002
5 743

893

810

836

542
667
S74
629

800

379
754
878
536

466
241
717
908

54 091
17 406
5 919
18 252
3,195
64 853

7 304

7 326

7 198

7 185

7 231

6 983

7 005

6 977

81 445

77 710

77 425

82 451

81 802

76 134

78 530

78 386

72 920

5 698
30 485

691

1 024
6 170
31 490

6 255
31 295

6 164
31 231

6 036
30 953

1 240 )
6 687
30 840

2 172
6 374
31 654

1 962
?' 182
31 914

6 825
31 728

45 782

45 680

45 817

45 988

46 012

46 057 1 45 989

46 135 j

46 284

242

667

250

287

18* All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Continued
A. Assets and liabilities, 1978—Continued
Millions of dollars
Account
1 Total loans and investments
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Cash items in process of collection
Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
Currency and coin
...
Balances with domestic banks
Investments in subsidiaries not consolidated. . , .
Other assets

40 Total assets/total liabilities
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

July 19

July 26

Aug. 2

Aug. 9

Aug. 16

Aug. 23

Aug. 30

Sept. 6

465,227

463,038

467,773

467,710

470,167

473,202

467,324

469,516

479 086

22,951
17,820

26,864
20,055

25 , 649
19,981

27,084
19,762

26 , 805
20,720

22 900
17,600

23 813
18*346

28 575
21,101

2,734
486
1,911
340,648
134,892
5,165

4,152
538
2,119
341,273
134,583
5,185

2,874
577
2,217
342,412
135 296
5,217

4,446
551
2,325
343,201
134 485
5,249

3,390
511
2,184
345 , 689
135 054
5 249

2 721
554
2 025
344 078
134 906
5 245

2 768
519
2 180
345*497
134 940
5 253

4 601
558
2 315
348 286
135 372
5 268

801
8,686

1,915
8,194

1,022
8,424

1,712
8,308

1 505
8,898

927
8 150

933
8,862

1 600
8 916

100
2,642

100
2,627

106
2,620

106
2,623

106
2,619

105
2 626

107
2,625

106
2 637

8,042
15,113
81,936

7,909
15,298
82,377

8,097
15,423
82,752

8,044
15,557
83,177

7 969
15,700
83,713

8 274
15 577
84,061

7 874
15,702
84,441

8 242
15 638
84 710

2,339
6,300
51,251
1,513
21,868

2,282
5,943
51,597
1,536
21,727

2,483
5,776
51,927
1,644
21,625

2,317
6,209
52,139
1,671
21,604

2,312
5 991
52,495
1,591
22 487

2,231
5 985
52 737
1,564
21 690

2,313
5 929
53,111
1,634
21 773

2 392
6 024
53 330
1,714
22 337

10,342
330,306

10,387
330,886

10,448
331,964

10,543
332,658

10,621
335,068

10 677
333,401

10 682
334,815

10 732
337 554

42,445
4,059

42 , 560
4,321

42 , 847
4,497

42,613
4,418

43 577
4,278

43 331
4 737

42 777
4 590

43 803
4 610

7,472
7,440
25,837 . 25,829
5,094
5,085
67,336
67,299

7,501
25,667
5,071
67 , 463

7,255
26,242
4 853
67 , 250

7,227
26,085
4 883
67,812

6,912
26,564
5 823
67 , 752

6 623
26 , 242
5 729
67 692

6 741
25 , 850
5 596
68 111

6 915
26 , 694
5 584
69 154

6,323
44,651

6,271
44,713

6,202
44,800

6,131
44,764

6,540
44,947

6,110
45 , 352

6,079
45 382

6,156
45 750

6,784
45 931

2,846
13,479

2,852
13,500

2,886
13,575

2,870
13,485

2,847
13,478

2,796
13,494

2 836
13,395

2 835
13,370

2 840
13,599

44,515
22,412
6,677
15,795
3,238
64,033

46,558
29,937
6,653
14,569
3,315
62,810

41,123
16,302
6,648
15,224
3,306
62,289

45,413
24 721
6,256
14,621
3,369
63,121

40,752
20,679
6,191
13,727
3,378
63,473

47,325
21 711
6,354
15,736
3,267
61,397

41,698
23 163
6,506
13,737
3,274
63,955

43,132
22 408
6,782
14,295
3,256
63,298

52 , 742
18 229
6,155
15,275
3,325
63,412

621,897

626,880

612,665

625,211

618,367

628,992

619,657

622,687

638,224

191,751
136,769
5,905
2,908

185,763
134,571
5,884
2,111

192,013
138,220
6,632
1 444

183,778
134,261
5,643
1,065

194,654
140,184
6,007
I 342

183 366
133,405
5,484
1 155

186,538
135,136
5,592
1 030

200 217
141,823
5,736
2 985

28 , 428
921

27,417
838

28,213
913

26,295
816

29,093
871

26 , 872
753

27,563
784

31 272
945

1,495
6,026
9,299

1,167
6,675
7,100

1,273
7 275
8,043

1,060
6,726
7,912

1,031
6 937
9,189

1,264
7 035
7,398

1,261
6 497
8,675

1,656
6 758
9,042

267,044
92,436
174,608
135,441
24,852
6,172

267,329
92,134
175 195
135,837
25,243
6 016

267,169
91,862
175 307
135,914
25,351
6 071

268,002
91,879
176 123
136,351
25,679
6 187

267,895
91,858
176 037
136,466
25,652
6 054

269 , 280
91 898
177 382
136,923
26,153
6 371

270,102
91,592
178 510
137,420
26,298
6 453

270 , 573
91,805
178 768
137,482
26,278
6 487

Loans
25 , 644
Federal funds sold, total x
19,963
To commercial banks
To brokers and dealers
2,841
U.S. Treasury securities
487
Other securities
2,353
To others
340,047
Other, gross
135,045
Commercial and industrial
5,150
Agricultural
.
For purchasing or carrying securities
To brokers and dealers
1,020
U.S Treasury securities .
8,650
Other securities
To others
100
U.S Treasury securities
. . . .
2,652
Other securities
....
To nonbank financial institutions
8,200
Personal and sales finance companies. . .
15,272
Other
81,479
Real estate
To commercial banks
2,117
Domestic
6,140
Foreign
.
....
51,012
Consumer installment
1,485
Foreign governments, official institutions, etc. .
21,725
All other loans
LESS: Loan loss reserve and unearned income
10,264
on loans
••
329,783
Other loans, net

Investments
24 U S Treasury securities total
25 Bills
. .
Notes and bonds, by time to maturity
26
Within 1 year
27
1 to 5 years
28
After 5 years
29 Other securities total
. .
Obligations of states and political subdivisions
30
Tax warrants, short-term notes, and bills . . . .
31
All other
.
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities
32
Certificates of participation 2
33
All other, including corporate stocks
34
35
36
37
38
39

July 12

42 , 501
4,130

Deposits
191,762
Demand deposits total
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . . . 139,769
5,932
States and political subdivisions
1,763
U.S. government
...
....
Domestic interbank
28,331
Commercial
957
^Mutual savings
Foreign
889
Governments, official institutions, etc
6,924
Commercial banks
. ..
7,197
Certified and officers' checks

266,969
50 Time and 4
savings deposits, total 3
92 , 695
51 Savings
174,274
52 Time »
53
Individuals, parnerships, and corporations. . 135,163
24,537
54
States and political subdivisions
55
Domestic interbank
....
6,301
56
Foreign governments, official institutions,
6,694
etc
57 Federal funds purchased 5
Borrowings from
58 Federal Reserve Banks
59 Others
60 Other liabilities 6
61 Total equity capital and subordinated notes/debentures 7




6,564

6,510

6,355

6,279

6 209

6 278

6,655

6 775

78 280

77 842

73 628

78 014

80 263

80 066

80 213

79 304

80 175

661
6 082
31,689

4,612
6,104
33,224

697
6 154
32,643

1 696
6 544
33,133

392
6 300
32,958

611
6 185
32,978

1 192
6 106
32 , 827

608
6 688
32,694

350
6 882
33,043

46 , 454

46 , 303

46 451

46 642

46 674

46 603

46 673

46 753

46 984

67

18. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Continued
A. Assets and liabilities, 1978—Continued
Millions of dollars
Sept. 13

Account
1 Total loans and investments .
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

. .

Loans
Federal funds sold, total 1 . .
To commercial banks
To brokers and dealers
U.S. Treasury securities
Other securities
To others .
Other, gross
,
"
Commercial and industrial
Agricultural
For purchasing or carrying securities
To brokers and dealers
U.S. Treasury securities
Other securities
To others
U.S. Treasury securities
Other securities.
To nonbank financial institutions
Personal and sales finance companies. . . . . . .
Other
Real estate
To commercial banks
Domestic
Foreign
Consumer installment
Foreign governments, official institutions, etc. .
All other loans
LESS : Loan loss reserve and unearned income on
loans
Other loans, net. „

Investments
24 U S. Treasury securities, total
25 Bills.
Notes and bonds, by time to maturity
26
Within 1 year
27
1 to 5 years
28
After 5 years
29 Other securities, to^al.
Obligations of states and political subdivisions
30
Tax warrants, short-term notes, and bills. . . .
31
Allother
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities
32
Certificates of participation 2
33
All other, including corporate stocks
34
35
36
37
38
39

Cash items in process of collection
Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
Currency and coin
Balances with domestic banks
Investments in subsidiaries not consolidated
Other assets

40 Total assets/total liabilities
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

Deposits
Demand deposits, total
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . . . .
States and political subdivisions
U.S. government
Domestic interbank
Commercial
Mutual savings
Foreign
Governments, official institutions, etc
Commercial banks
Certified and officers' checks

50 Time and 4
savings deposits, total a
51 Savings
3
52 Time
S3
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations. .
54
States and political subdivisions
55
Domestic interbank
56
Foreign governments, official institutions,
etc,
57 Federal funds purchased6
Borrowings from
58 Federal Reserve Banks
59 Others
60 Other liabilities e
61 Total equity capital and subordinated notes/debentures 7

68



Sept. 20

Sept. 27

Oct. 4

Oct. 11

Oct. 18

Oct. 25

Nov. 1

474,578

477,078

475,512

481,817

481,185

480,249

481,573

486,481

24,741
19,287

24,591
18,857

23,107
17,934

25,582
19,075

24,891
20,111

23,974
18,11)0

25,119
19,714

24 647
18,200

2,991
513
1,950
348 , 142
135,547
5,293

3,007
581
2,146
350,215
136,560
5,285

2,347
606
2,220
351,170
136,735
5,298

3,844
582 j
2,081
354,804
137,816
5,325

2,238
629
1,913
354,917
138,445
5,362 !

3,214
560
2,100
355 , 595
138,304
5.3S9

2,433
512
2 460
356,015
138,834
5,388

2,894
748
2 805
361,633
139,951
5 371

1,493
8,580

1,321
8,912

921
9 179

1,436
9 137

715
8 644

1,317
8 590

863
8 390

1,133
9 160

109
2,620

106
2,599

105
2 586

109
2 577

108
2 574

109
2 571

110
2 575

109
2 570

8,309
15,786
85,221

8,074
15,875
85,627

8,122
15 896
85,971

8,209
15 960
86 330

8,421
16 002
86 704

8,545
15 914
87,150

8,254
15 609
87 388

8 872
15 820
87 716

2,162
5,968
53 , 500
1,706
21,848

2,329
5,962
53,806
1,645
22,114

2 561
6,063
'54 123
1,666
21,944

2 723
6,619
54 389
1,768
22,406

2 647
6,650
54 523
1,800
22 , 322

2 321
6,61!
54 709
1,826
22,237

2 477
6 797
54 879
2,016
22,435

2 674
7 860
55 211
1,969
23,217

10,793
337,349

10,840
339,375

10,788
340 , 382

10,746
344,058

10,860
344,057

10,896
344,699

10,956
345,059

11 002
350,631

43,518
4,506

43,918
4,838

42,919
4,340

43 046
4,331

42 369
3,543

41,916
3,641

41,724
3,446

41 483
3,328

6,920
26,487
5,605
68,970

6,937
26,500
5,643
69 , 194

6,979
26,014
5,586
6'? , 104

6,936
26,020
5 759
69,131

7,047
25,881
5 898
69,868

7,129
25,408
5 738
69,660

7,212
25,351
5 715
69,671

7,179
25,497
5 479
69 720

6,069
46,226

6,080
46,028

6,141
45,953

6,625
45,673

6,729
45,880

6,704
45,754

6,562
45,797

6,523
45,697

2,855
13,820

2,899
14,187

2,856
14, 154

2,920
13,913

2,938
14,321

2,940
14,262

3,012
14 , 300

2,897
14,603

46,007
22,708
6,863
13,104
3 306
64,970

47,020
19,210
6,755
14,362
3 315
65,876

43,331
25,261
6,938
14,805
3 319
65 369

48,432
23,644
6,043
15 349
3 278
64 400

47,996
25,097
6,740
15 406
3 346
65 178

45 , 848
19,998
6,807
15,493
3 445
65 436

45 , 104
26,853
6,956
14,035
3 509
64 670

50,704
22,677
6,554
16 091
3 490
66 245

631,536

633,616

634 , 535

642,963

644,948

637,276

642,700

652,242

192 868
142,160
5,364
1,482

195 335
139,295
5,832
5 700

191 828
135,123 I
5,797 I
5 947 i

198 648
139,241 i
5 , 695 1
3 760

199 048
144,463
5,558
1 309

195 278
140,863
5,745
2,327

192 444
135,804 ,
5,597
4,857

201 316
143^544
6,709
1,304

27 263
804

27 784
801

28 665
754

31 243
1,071

31 242
973

29,982
872

30,108
824

31 091
955

1,074
6 534
8,187

1,238
6 658
8,027

1,723
6 565
9 350

1,143
7 131
7,229

1,255
6 829
7,405

1,342
6 323
7,589

1,606
6 838
9,269

272 167
91,540
180 627
139,084
26,335
6 730

271 820
91 459
180 361
138,877
26 200
6 950

272 501
92 091
180 410
139,479
26 158
6 736

271 331
91 838
179 493
138,909
26 161
6 354

272 376
91,668
180 708
139,857
26,444
6 340

274 903
91,415
183 488
141,814
26,728
6 704

276 645
90 , 892
185 753
143,885
26 530
7 134

1,346
6 635 i
7 'j61
272 487
91 646
180 £41
139,483
26 154
7 041

6,745

6,604

6 439

6 366

6 404

6,408

6,586

6,503

79 , 797

78,034

82,3130

82,175

86,103

79,643

84,438

81,815

176
6 746
32,738

1 487
6 616
33 407

509
6 661
33 660 I

1 090
6 737
34 698

282
6 859 i
34 133

1,193
7 248
34,436

1,062
7 476
35,086

1,123
8 136
35,684

47,044

46,917

47,010

47,114

47 , 192

47,102 i

47,291

47,523

18. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Continued

A. Assets and liabilities, 1978—Continued
Millions of dollars
Account
1 Total loans and investments
Loans
2 Federal funds sold, total 1
3 To commercial banks
To brokers and dealers
4
U.S. Treasury securities. .
5
Other securities
6 To others
7 Other, gross.
.
8 Commercial and industrial
9 Agricultural
For purchasing or carrying securities
To brokers and dealers
10
U.S. Treasury securities
11
Other securities
..
To others
12
U S Treasury securities
13
Other securities
To nonbank financial institutions
14
Personal and sales finance companies
15
Other .
16 • Real estate
To commercial banks
17
Domestic
18
Foreign
19 Consumer installment
20 Foreign governments, official institutions, etc. . . .
21 All other loans
22 LESS: Loan loss reserve and unearned income on
loans . . .
23 Other loans, net
Investments
24 U.S. Treasury securities, total
25 Bills
Notes and bonds, by time to maturity
26
Within 1 year.
27
1 to 5 years .
...
28
After 5 years
29 Other securities total
...
Obligations of states and political subdivisions
30
Tax warrants, short-term notes, and bills. . . .
31
All other
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities
32
Certificates of participation 2
33
All other including corporate stocks.
. ..
34
35
36
37
38
39

Cash items in process of collection
Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
Currency and coin
....
Balances with domestic banks
Investments in subsidiaries not consolidated
Other assets

40 Total assets/total liabilities
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

Deposits
Demand deposits, total
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations. . . .
States and political subdivisions
U.S. government
....
..
...
Domestic interbank
Commercial
Mutual savings
Foreign
Governments, official institutions, etc
Commercial banks
Certified and officers' checks

50 Time and 4
savings deposits, total 3
51 Savings
3
52 Time
53
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations. .
54
States and political subdivisions
55
Domestic interbank
56
Foreign governments, official institutions,
etc
57 Federal funds purchased 5
Borrowings from
58 Federal Reserve Banks . . .
59 Others
60 Other liabilities a
61 Total equity capital and subordinated notes/debentures *




Nov. 8

Nov. 15

Nov. 22

Nov. 29

Dec. 6

Dec. 13

Dec. 20

Dec, 27

494,814

492,405

490,818

490,351

493,087

492,231

502,173

503,617

31,524
24,306

26,884
20,013

26,524
19,912

26,769
20,867

28,511
19,547

26,147
19,008

31 310
23,512

31 095
24 926

4,219
722
2,277
363,030
140 , 390
5,338

3,824
778
2,269
363,934
140,813
5,368

3,609
851
2,152
363,449
140,612
5,320

3,159
784
1,959
363,297
140,658
5,295

5,677
860
2,427
364,408
140,655
5,255

4,015
800
2,324
364,846
140,557
5,248

4,819
959
2,020
369,513
141,829
5,276

1,641
8,358

1,716
8,100

1,292
7,521

850
7,377

1,654
7,090

1,571
6,982

1,339
8,117

772
7 791

111
2,590

109
2,596

111
2,582

111
2,559

104
2,568

112
2,583

123
2,593

129
2 594

8,752
15,888
87,926

8,780
15,748
88,454

8,447
15,601
88,825

8,499
15,620
89 013

8,600
15,642
89 247

8,502
15,807
89 , 630

8,976
15,815
89,904

9,192
15 857
90 212

3,115
8,554
55,311
2,059
22,997

2,796
8,352
55,731
2,117
23,254

2,908
8,498
55,958
2,118
23 , 656

3,112
8,434
56 287
2,177
23,305

2,947
8,554
56 455
2,047
23 , 590

2,768
8,757
56,776
2,168
23,385

3,149
9,161
57 314
2,081
23,836

3,415
9 684
57 760
2,151
23,979

11,075
351,955

11,134
352,800

11,207
352,242

11,213
352,084

11,238
353,170

11,287
353,559

11,314
358,199

11,251
359 740

41,333
3,252

42,421
3,072

41,637
3,215

41,317
3,136

41,075
3,055

41,324
3,431

41,383
3,665

41,511
3 880

7,348
25,272
5,461
70,002

7,314
25,859
6,176
70 , 300

7,472
24,979
5,971
70,415

7 585
24 , 704
5 892
70,181

7,775
24,417
5,828
70,331

7,793
24,340
5,760
71,201

7,921
24,056
5 741
71,281

7 979
23,939
5 713
71,271

6,480
46,042

6,599
46 245

6,411
46 350

6,277
46 342

6,166
46 246

6,454
46,454

6,128
46 554

6,022
46 573

2,882
14,598

2,925
14,531

2,876
14,778

2,942
14,620

2,953
14,966

3,031
15,262

3,029
15,570

3,095
15,581

49,019
20,512
6,485
18,057
3,482
68 847

51,484
21,370
6,814
15,588
3,453
69 566

49,442
23 536
6,549
16 063
3,515
69 610

46,720
24 876
7,754
15 598
3,498
68 465

47,571
21 711
6,895
16 668
3,494
68 686

48,515
26,007
7,442
16,286
3,425
69 , 079

52,071
23 764
7,478
16,505
3,450
69 447

55,835
30 276
8,167
18 121
3,506
70 415

661,216

660,680

659,533

657,262

658,112

662,985

674,888

689,937

204,723
141,888
5,559
1,038

203 , 106
146,071
6,674
1,559

193,786
140,371
5,879
977

191 693
138,612
5,672
952

196,902
141,194
5,672
1,121

198,861
144,949
5,624
1,031

208,086
147,468
6,099
2,991

212,468
151,617
6,220
1 082

38,541
953

31,054
873

30,196
773

29 773
711

32,424
856

29,883
705

32,788
740

35,449
766

1,314
7 42t
8,009

1,402
6 934
8,539

1,297
6 740
7,553

1 354
6 465
8,154

1,306
6 375
7,954

1,961
7,014
7,694

1,535
7,846
8,619

1,705
8,251
7,378

278,057
90,999
187,058
144,813
26,802
7,191

279,234
90,495
188 739
146,354
26,626
7 437

281,053
90,276
190 777
147,863
27,048
7 525

280,971
90,047
190 924
148,287
25,809
7 644

282,086
90,052
192,034
149,557
26,726
7 784

284,094
89,729
194,365
151,408
27,051
8,086

284,106
89,413
194,693
151,606
26,960
8,296

284,124
89,628
194,496
151,727
26,809
8,268

3
1
2
370
142
5

049
092
028
991
103
352

6,589

6,623

6,645

6,487

6,236

6,156

6,205

6,088

83,824

81,344

84,751

84,899

82,114

83,492

80,763

86,359

470
10 059
36,481

945
10 737
37,801

594
14 226
37,573

795
12 818
38,438

237
10 088
38,882

134
9,648
38,826

177
14 910
39,118

2,647
16 862
39 , 562

47.602

47,513

47.550

47,648

47.803

47,930

47,728

47,915

69

18. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Continued
B. Balance sheet memoranda, 1978
Millions of dollars
Jan. 4

Account

Jan. U

Jan. 18

Jan. 25

Feb. 1

Feb. 8

Feb. 15 Feb. 22

Mar. 1

1 Total loans (gross) and investments, adjusted1, , . . . . . . . . 436,454 437,743 430,414 431,274 432,187 434,562 432,943 431,199 433 , 820
324,352 326,088 319 912 321,254 322,123 324,327 521,947 320 556 323 044
2 Total loans (gross), adjusted . . . .
119,096 117,367 116,768 113,501 114,645 117,286 112,975 109 , 208 112,192
3 Demand deposits, adjusted a
4
5
6

Large negotiable time CDs included in time and savings
deposits 3
77,071
Total
Issued to individuals, partnerships, and corporations. . . 52,503
24,568
Issued to others

76,06(5
51,491
24,57ii

75 , 852
51,350
24,502

76,203
51,624
24,579

76,602
51,762
24,840

76,736
51,727
25,009

76,545
51,523
25,022

77 108
51,888
25,220

78 , 148
52,506
25,642

7
8
9

All other large time deposits *
29,890
Total
Issued to individuals, partnerships, and corporations, . . 16,730
13,160
Issued to others . .

30,455
17,156;
13,299

30,753
17,437
13 316

31,063
17,600
13,463

31,009
17,578
13,431

31,190
17,732
13,458

31,136
17,805
13,331

31,387
17,899
13 488

31,659
18,035
13 624

Savings deposits, by ownership category
Individuals and nonprofit organizations
Partnerships and corporations for profit 8
Domestic8governmental units
All other

86,511
5,004
1,437
23

86,595
4,989
1,520
22

86,415
4,950
1 484
26

86,240
4,974
1,468
30

86,143
4,925
1,429
32

86,255
4,961
1,522
29

36,270
4,929
1,507
30

86,290
4,925
I 532
29

86,218
4,897
1 495
32

6,375

5,491

5,414

5,155

5,801

6,319

7,363

5,068

4,763

2 646
219
1,967

2 612
224
1,980

2 497
236
2,009

2 488
236
2,031

2 448
231
2,063

2 436
235
2,100

2 395
231
2,114

2 135
234
2,057

2 307
236
2,088

Mar. 15 Mar. 22 Mar. 29

Apr. 5

Apr. 12 Apr, 19 Apr. 26

May 3

10
11
12
13

14 Gross liabilities of banks to own foreign branches
Loans sold7 outright to selected institutions by all large
banks
15 Commercial and industrial
16 Real estate
. ..
17 All other

Mar. 8

1 Total loans (gross) and investments, adjusted1
2 Total loans (gross), adjusted . . . .
3 Demand deposits, adjusted s . . . .

. .

437,968 440,523 435 821 435 065 445 , 530 443,435 447,199 443 014 444,659
325 295 327 749 324 701 325 145 333 181 329 925 33?, 293 310 175 332 230
111 202 112,268 110 991 112 448 114,710 116 375 11\642 113 808 112,127

4
5
6

Large negotiable time CDs included in time and savings
deposits 3
Total
79,640
Issued to individuals, partnerships, and corporations. . . 53,931
Issued to others
25,709

79,956
54,292
25 664

81 111
55,533
25 578

82 293
56,476
25 817

80,977
55,884
25,093

81 059
56,180
24 879

80,743
55,823
24 920

81 889
56,765
25 124

82 990
58,034
24 956

7
8
9

All other large time deposits *
Total
31 721
Issued to individuals, partnerships, and corporations, . . 17,977
Issued to others
13 744

31 715
18,078
13 637

31 725
18,060
13 665

31 475
17,999
13 476

31 288
17,977
13 311

31 493
18,015
13 478

32 058
17,991
14 067

32 321
18,064
14 257

32 535
18,320
14 215

Savings deposits, by ownership category
Individuals and nonprofit organizations 6
Partnerships and corporations for profit
Domestic6governmental units
AH other

86 627
4 923
1 499
39

86 881
4 875
1 477
32

87 187
4 898
1 412
27

87 601
4 968
1 414
31

88 086
4 976
1 405
26

87 706
4 942
1 375
33

86 947
4 900
1 477
27

86 758
4 926
1 438
29

86 836
4 909
1 418
36

4,957

5,887

4,645

4,491

4,141

4,199

4,444

4,321

4,980

2 217
239
2 097

2,251
236
2 123

2 236
237
2 139

2 230
237
2 051

2,163
237
2 040

2 214
245
1 996

2 219

2 254
246
1 991

2,273
246
1 944

May 10 May 17 May 24 May 31

June 7

10
11
12
13

. .

14 Gross liabilities of banks to own foreign branches
Loans sold7 outright to selected institutions by all large
banks
15 Commercial and industrial
16 Real estate
17 All other

1 Total loans (gross) and investments, adjusted1
2 Total loans (gross), adjusted
3 Demand deposits, adjusted 2
, .

?42
1 <H> I

June 14 June 21 June 28

JulyS

445,013 447,904 445 712 450,957 455,175 454,748 453,075 451,948 458,065
. . . . 332 551 337 008 335 120 339 649 342 361 341 882 341 199 341 670 348 601
109 714 111 016 110 793 113 821 114 353 115 889 113 680 113 480 120 046

4
5
6

Large negotiable time CDs included in time and savings
deposits '
Total
84 003
Issued to individuals, partnerships, and corporations. . . 58,702
Issued to others
25,301

84,498
59,066
25,432

86 476
6C*,795
25 681

86 075
60,723
25 , 352

86,741
61,315
25,426

86,234
61,045
25,189

85,004
€0,033
24,971

87,500
61 ,998
25 , 502

87,187
61,918
25 , 269

7
8
9

All other large time deposits *
Total
32 813
Issued to individuals, partnerships, and corporations , . . 18,496
Issued to others . * .
....
14 317

32 652
18,696
13 956

33 044
18,893
14 151

32 881
18,910
13 971

32 851
19,022
13 829

32 749
19,167
13 582

32 709
19,265
13 444

32 846
19,363
13 481

32 735
19,360
13 375

Savings deposits, by ownership category
Individuals and nonprofit organizations 6
Partnerships and corporations for profit . .
Domestic 8governmental units
All other

86,881
4 962
1 379
26

86,970
4 967
1 419
26

87,045
5 036
1 368
26

87,018
5 066
1 302
18

86,890
5,072
1 387
26

86,565
5 008
1 396
37

86,39*)
4,966
1 482
2S

86,458
4,987
1 404
28

86,855
5,033
1,271
19

4 323

4 617

4 199

4 980

4 758

5 227

4 696

5 617

4,691

2 193
246
1 951

2 176
249
1 955

2 192
251
1 932

2 251
249
1,930

2 314
250
1,963

2 282
253
1,933

2,30*
256
1,945

2 237
258
2,004

2,314
259
1,982

10
11
12
13

14 Gross liabilities of banks to own foreign branches
Loans sold7 outright to selected institutions by all large
banks
15 Commercial and industrial . . .
16 Real estate
17 All other

70



18. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Continued

B. Balance sheet memoranda, 1978—Continued
Millions of dollars
July 12

Account

July 19

July 26

Aug. 2

Aug. 9 Aug. 16 Aug. 23 Aug. 30 Sept. 6

453,411 453,221 455,823 455,694 458,631 460,791 458,170 459,539 466,325
343,611 343,440 345,800 345,597 348,206 349,462 347,147 348,651 353,368
117,153 113,857 115,112 116,943 115,666 116,894 113,641 114,813 113,218

1 Total loons (gross) and investments adjusted ^
2 Total loans (gross) adjusted
3 Demand deposits, adjusted 2
4
5
6

Large negotiable time CDs included in time and savings
deposits a
87,324
Total
Issued to individuals, partnerships, and corporations. . . 62,319
25,005
Issued to others

87,334
62,432
24,902

87,426
62,474
24,952

87,243
62,227
25,016

87,869
62,562
25,307

87,608
62,448
25,160

88,426
62,823
25,603

89,248
63,164
26,084

89,385
63,111
26,274

7
8
9

All other large time deposits 4
33,254
Total
Issued to individuals, partnerships, and corporations. . . 19,938
13,316
Issued to others

33,330
19,837
13,493

33,674
20,016
13,658

33,808
20,200
13,608

33,999
20,326
13,673

34,018
20,395
13,623

34,496
20,443
14,053

34,628
20,419
14,209

34,743
20,508
14,235

Savings deposits, by ownership category
Individuals and nonprofit organizations
Partnerships and corporations for profit "
Domestic governmental units
Another'

86,536
4,933
1,208
18

86,298
4,926
1,189
23

85,976
4,965
1,151
42

85,751
4,948
1,143
20

85,717
5,020
1,123
19

85,683
5,003
1,147
25

85,641
5,094
1,140
23

85,306
5,134
1,138
14

85,465
5,163
1,154
23

4,906

5,945

5,505

5,968

5,452

5,351

5,305

5,039

5,544

2,302
258
1,999

2,307
261
2,012

2,317
246
2,012

2,381
249
2,027

2,440
277
2,014

2,389
284
2,016

2,447
285
2,027

2,444
282
1,958

2,378
291
2,033

Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27

Oct. 4

Oct. 11

Oct. 18

Oct. 25

Nov. 1

10
11
12
13

14 Gross liabilities of banks to own foreign branches
Loans sold7 outright to selected institutions by all large
banks
15 Commercial and industrial
16 Real estate
17 All other

463,922 466,732 465,805 470,765 469,287 470,722 470,338 476,609
351,434 353,620 353,782 358,588 357,050 359,146 358,943 365,406
118,116 114,831 113,885 115,213 118,501 117,121 112,375 118,217

1 Total loans (gross) and investments adjusted '
2 Total loans (gross) adjusted
3 Demand deposits adjusted ^
4
5
6

Large negotiable time CDs included in time and savings deposits *
Total
, .
Issued to individuals* partnerships, and corporations
Issued to others

90,893
64,363
26,530

90,569
63,912
26,657

90,977
64,380
26,597

90,230
63,916
26,314

89,329
63,293
26,036

89,987
63,876
26,111

92,248
65,443
26,805

94,306
67,286
27,020

7
8
9

All other large time deposits *
Total
Issued to individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Issued to others

34,855
20,629
14,226

34,742
20,707
14,035

34,717
20,734
13,983

34,786
21,057
13,729

34,653
21,059
13,594

35,084
21,258
13,826

35,411
21,391
14,020

35,723
21,805
13,918

85,220
5,137
1,152
31

85,197
5,077
1,153
32

85,352
5,115
1,146
33

85,750
5,121
1,197
23

85,470
5,124
1,225
19

85,319
5,102
1,223
24

84,937
5,163
1,297
18

84,661
5,115
1,095
21

4,623

5,667

5,322

6,437

6,470

6,323

7,700

8,614

2,389
288
2,061

2,331
287
2,020

2,342
287
2,022

1,961
287
1,748

1,972
288
1,736

2,086
283
1,648

1,886
288
1,678

1,911
291
1,592

Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29

Dec. 6

10
11
12
13

. . .

Savings deposits, by ownership category
Individuals and nonprofit organizations
Partnerships and corporations for profit 6
Domestic governmental units
All other «

14 Gross liabilities of banks to own foreign branches
Loans sold outright to selected institutions by all large banks7
15 Commercial and industrial
16 Real estate
17 All other

Dec, 13 Dec. 20 Dec. 27

478,468 480,730 479,205 477,585 481,831 481,742 486,826 486,527
367,133 368,009 367,153 366,087 370,425 369,217 374,162 373,745
116,125 119,009 113,171 114,248 115,786 119,432 120,236 120,102

1 Total loans (gross) and investments, adjusted *
2 Total loans (gross), adjusted
3 Demand deposits, adjusted 8 .
4
5
6

Large negotiable time CDs included in time and savings deposits *
Total
Issued to individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Issued to others

95,428
68,122
27,306

96,673
69,154
27,519

97,589
69,992
27,597

97,647
70,269
27,378

98,322 100,172 100,248
71,070 72,635 72,618
27,252 27,537 27,630

99,991
72,609
27,382

7
8
9

All other large time deposits 4
Total
Issued to individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Issued to others

36,041
21,908
14,133

36,122
22,035
14,087

36,875
22,390
14,485

36,916
22,498
14,418

37,141
22,677
14,464

37,558
22,911
14,647

37,700
22,982
14.718

37,565
22,969
14,596

Savings deposits, by ownership category
Individuals and nonprofit organizations 6
Partnerships and corporations for profit .
Domestic 3governmental units
AH other

84,736
5,139
1,096
28

84,301
5,105
1,065
24

84,140
5,055
1,058
23

83,894
5,064
1,065
24

83,872
5,064
1,074
42

83,598
5,005
1,086
40

83,394
4,902
1,078
39

83,616
4,911
1,059
42

7,995

9,772

7,737

8,967

9,893

9,958

9,965

10,115

1,898
295
1,563

1,846
296
1,540

1,796
305
1,569

1,859
297
1,564

1,819
294
1,641

1,844
301
1,628

1,905
302
1,576

1,807
304
1,665

10
11
12
13

. .

14 Gross liabilities of banks to own foreign branches
Loans sold outright to selected institutions by all large banks 7
15 Commercial and industrial
. . .
16 Real estate. , .
...
17 All other




71

18* All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Continued

C. Total commercial and industrial loans classified by industry, 1978
Millions of dollars

Jan. 4

Jan. 11

Jan. 18

Jan. 25

Feb. 1

Feb. 8

Feb. 15

Feb. 22

Mar. 1

102,937

102 , 002

101,300

101,093

101,473

101,487

101,957

102,290

103,218

2 570
4,581
2,297
1,951
3,412

2,558
4,623
2,281
1,976
3,397

2,540
4,635
2,384
1,961
3>385

2 568
4,663
2,410
2,003
3,343

2 597
4,709
2,472
2,020
3,366

2,582
4,783
2,507
2,047
3,372

2 , 624
4, §99
2,524
2,065
3,418

2 687
4 952
2,565
2,079
1 , 382

2 721
5 009
2,647
2,080
3 389

3,796
3,244
2,802
2 809
2,234

3,803
3,224
2,712
2,828
2,253

3,780
3,151
2,722
2,827
2,239

3,759
3,182
2,700
2,901
2,256

3,690
3,222
2,726
2,939
2,276

3,735
3,322
2,679
3,079
2,168

5,743
? , 356
,',628
3.036
2,212

3,769
3 347
2 , 659
3 145
2 239

3,767
3 485
2 691
3 197
2 192

9,070

8,981

8,997

9 040

9 009

9 036

9 166

9 128

9 238

2,049
7,793
6,928
5,213
1,568
5,685
4,423
11,865

2,118
7,764
7,058
5,227
1,480
5,689
4,429
1 1 , 674

2,229
7,603
6,913
5,177
1,461
5 , 665
4,400
11,821

2,196
7,767
7,058
5,208 I
1 455
5,524
4,472
11 861

2,216
7,783
7,240
5,214
1 567
5,428
4,457
11 959

2,253
7,876
7,140
5,182
1 516
5,374
4,504
11 959

,1,175
7,929
7,311
S.256
1,550
5,318
4,480
12 059

2176
7,995
7 342
5,261
1 512
5,345
4,459
12 040

2 269
8,196
7 417
5,319
1 487
5,252
4,538
12 182

21 All other domestic loans
22 Hankers acceptances
23 Foreign commercial and industrial loans

7,660
- 6 072
4 915

7,710
5 362
4 855

7,500
5 008
4,902

7 454
4 378 •
4 895 j

7 626
4 029
4 928

7 681
3 743
4 949

7 651
3 767
4 850

7 632
3 §04
4 772

7 654
3 708
4 780

MEMO
24 Commercial paper included in total
classified loans 2
25 Total commercial and industrial loans

126,155

125,043

124,292

147
123 978

124,527

124,622

125,271

136
125 611

126 775

Mar. 8

Mar, 15

Mar. 22

Mar. 29

Apr. 5

Apr. 12

Apr. 19

Apr, 26

May 3

Industry group
1 Total classified loans 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

.

Durable goods manufacturing
Primary metals
Machinery
.
Transportation equipment . . . .
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods
.

...
....

Nondurable goods manufacturing
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles apparel, and leather
Petroleum refining
Chemicals and rubber
Other nondurable goods

12 Mining, including crude petroleum
and natural gas
Trade
13 Commodity dealers
14 Other wholesale
15 Retail
.
. . .
16 Transportation
17 Communication
.
18 Other public utilities . .
...
19 Construction
20 Services

l

103,524

104,231

104,375

104,770

105,361

105,555

106,025

105,785

106,860

2
3
4
5
6

Durable goods manufacturing
Primary metals
Machinery
Transportation equipment
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods

2,737
5,066
2 688
2 154
3,396

2,768
5,175
2 728
2 188
3,454

2,761
5,189
2 761
2,233
3,475

2,755
5 227
2 733
2 272
3,527

2,745
5 181
2 696
2 348
3,520

2,774
5,160
2 659
2,423
3,573

2 , 775
5,259
2 727
2,435
3 , 594

2 , 797
5 266
2 644
2 453
3,609

2,859
5 360
2 689
2 493
3,733

7
8
9
10
11

Nondurable goods manufacturing
Food liquor and tobacco
Textiles, apparel, and leather
Petroleum refining
Chemicals and rubber
Other nondurable goods

3 793
3,577
2 568
3,329
2 180

3,810
3,577
2,462
3,379
2,202

3 , 876
3,599
2,449
3,393
2,217

3 846
3,578
2 478
3,415
2 206

3,808
3,655
2,469
3,527
2 220

3,793
3,726
2,458
3,534
2 234

3 , 845
3,658
2,4t37
3 , 504
2 2,15

3 859
3,698
2 567
3,473
2 185

3 816
3,784
2 487
3 618
2 191

1 Total classified loans

12 Mining, including crude petroleum
and natural gas
Trade
13 Commodity dealers
14 Other wholesale
15 Retail
,
16 Transportation
17 Communication
.
18 Other public utilities
19 Construction
20 Services
21 All other domestic loans
22 Bankers acceptances
. .
23 Foreign commercial and industrial loans. . . . . . .
MEMO
24 Commercial paper included in total
classified loans '
25 Total commercial and industrial loans

72



9,339

9,462

9,497

9,522

9,644

9,700

9,840

9,857

9,896

2,201
8 328
7,517
5 363
1,464
5 162
4 550
12 215

2,245
8,357
7,480
5 484
1,495
5 128
4 571
12^262

2,206
8,414
7,556
5 545
1,475
5,038
4 623
12,311

2,254
8 482
7,635
5 588
1 416
4 972
4 628
12 305

2,264
8 614
7,772
5 485
1,562
4 910
4 696
12,407

2,192
8,623
7,745
5 538
1,508
4,915
4 698
12,482

2,212
8,583
7,820
5 305
1 , 552
4,98?
4 714
12 , 58'?

2,183
8 , 690
7,846
5 251
1 , 565
5 016
4 770
12,626

2 255
8 , 795
7,987
5 287
1,665
5 119
4 827
12,742

7,490
3,604
4,803

7,545
3,619
4,840

7,531
3,439
4,787

7,458
3 690
4,783

7,635
3,465
4,738

7,770
3,353
4,697

7,776
3,439
4,685

7,817
2,907
4,684

7,845
2,810
4,602

127 137

128,035

128,345

131
128,776

129,537

129,946

130,636

124
130,513

131,531

18. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Continued

C. Total commercial and industrial loans classified by industry, 1978—Continued
Millions of dollars
May 10

Industry group
1

May 17

May 24

May 31

June?

June 14

June 21

June 28

JulyS

107,356

107,487

107,500

109,545

108,577

108,602

109,628

110,096

110,327

Durable goods manufacturing
Primary metals
. ..
Machinery
Transportation equipment . . .
Other fabricated metal products , ,
Other durable goods

2,858
5,414
2,697
2,521
3,869

2,859
5,446
2,695
2,523
3,793

2,876
5,406
2,684
2,497
3,772

2,896
5,436
2,732
2,478
3,786

2,887
5,376
2,692
2,466
3,827

2,820
5,384
2,707
2,477
3,827

2 832
5 520
2,786
2 474
3,949

2 798
5 404
2,799
2 453
3,909

2 759
5 286
2,787
2 457
3,937

Nondurable goods manufacturing
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles apparel, and leather
Petroleum refining
Chemicals and rubber
Other nondurable goods

3,784
3,859
2,472
3,599
2,205

3,887
3,890
2,476
3,476
2,213

3,860
3,881
2,540
3,398
2,236

4,222
3,916
2,589
3,470
2,247

4,220
3,993
2,536
3,578
2,234

4,172
4,033
2,539
3,535
2,248

4,190
4 106
2,621
3,498
2 278

4,255
4 143
2 637
3,569
2 267

4,201
4 230
2 650
3 582
2 288

9,900

10,010

10,089

10,158

10,146

10,248

10 448

10 405

10 335

2,235
8,774
8,054
5,323
1,628
5,108
4,874
12,862

2,179
8,748
8,106
5,314
1,613
5,040
4,956
12,849

2,107
8,801
8,232
5,325
1,602
5,098
4,997
12,957

2,540
8,785
8,266
5,315
1,679
5,160
4,937
13,095

2,131
8,802
8,356
5,341
1,621
5,046
4,953
13,116

2,109
8,798
8,060
5,373
1,615
4,894
4,960
13,208

2 061
8,897
8,282
5,511
1,629
4 992
5,027
13,234

2 067
8,940
8,274
5 441
1,665
5 010
5,053
13,439

2 018
9 013
8,230
5 287
1 723
5 091
5 070
13,470

7,928
2,781
4,611

7,953
2,863
4,598

7,691
2,881
4,570

7,876
3,306
4,656

7,709
2,950
4,597

7,881
3,116
4,598

7,841
2 884
4,568

7,754
3 261
4,553

7,924
3 321
4,668

132,022

132,218

132,310

97
134,459

133,612

133,606

135,012

71
135,319

135,531

July 12

July 19

July 26

Aug. 2

Aug. 9

Aug. 16

Aug. 23

Aug. 30

Sept. 6

1 Total classified loans
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

. .

., .

12 Mining, including crude petroleum
a n d natural g a s
.
. . .
Trade
13 Commodity dealers
. .
14 Other wholesale
15 Retail
16 Transportation
. ...
17 Communication
18 Other public utilities
19 Construction
20 Services

...

21 All other domestic loans
22 Bankers acceptances
23 Foreign commercial and industrial loans

,.

MEMO
24 Commercial paper included in total
classified loans 2
25 Total commercial and industrial loans

1 Total classified loans 1 . .

109,925

109,620

109,443

110,139

109,321

109,758

109,557

109,686

110,158

2
3
4
5
6

Durable goods manufacturing
Primary metals
Machinery
Transportation equipment.
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods

2,715
5,347
2,787
2,483
3,962

2,696
5,351
2,708
2,423
3,933

2,703
5,406
2,730
2,408
3,895

2,719
5,410
2,662
2,409
3,903

2,711
5,385
2,679
2,425
3,943

2,713
5,384
2,683
2,450
3,933

2,702
5,363
2,696
2,408
3,922

2,721
5,324
2,696
2,393
3,943

2,751
5,268
2,655
2,422
3,987

7
8
9
10
11

Nondurable goods manufacturing
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles apparel, and leather
Petroleum refining
Chemicals and rubber
Other nondurable goods

4,176
4,252
2,593
3,632
2,320

4,219
4,267
2,574
3,529
2,344

4,069
4,272
2,562
3,514
2,323

4,031
4,306
2,548
3,492
2,343

4,037
4,377
2,516
3,480
2,382

4,214
4,427
2,551
3,438
2,407

4,163
4,394
2,549
3,437
2,417

4,152
4,439
2,566
3,399
2,399

4,190
4,483
2,502
3,474
2,439

10,361

10,378

10,372

10,365

10,377

10,466

10,483

10,453

10 , 427

1,989
8,969
8,286
5,241
1,715
5 087
5,095
13,485

2,021
8,967
8,219
5,227
1,717
5,140
5,141
13,518

1,981
9,021
8,260
5,264
1,682
5,176
5,141
13,537

1,941
9,065
8,450
5,295
1,754
5,189
5,127
13,522

1,820
8,987
8,216
5,260
1,736
5,121
5,113
13,531

1,783
8,861
8,161
5,291
1,752
5,102
5,111
13,502

1,734
8,959
8,062
5,320
1,732
5 153
5,106
13,463

1,766
8,973
8,062
5,337
1,678
5 114
5,152
13,546

1,825
8,998
8,023
5,366
1,708
5 191
5,157
13,635

7,951
2 816
4,663

7,876
2,723
4,649

7,915
2,634
4,578

8,098
2,889
4,621

8,064
2,573
4,588

8,208
2,743
4,578

8,135
2 763
4,596

8,030
2,879
4,635

7,992
3,039
4,598

135,045

134,892

64
134,583

135,296

134,485

135,054

134,906

45
134,940

135,372

12 Mining, including crude petroleum
and natural gas
Trade
13 Commodity dealers
14 Other wholesale
15 Retail
16 Transportation
17 Communication
18 Other public utilities
19 Construction
20 Services
21 All other domestic loans
22 Bankers acceptances
23 Foreign commercial and industrial loans
MEMO
24 Commercial paper included in total
classified loans 2
25 Total commercial and industrial loans




, , . ,
.

, .

73

18. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Continued

C. Total commercial and industrial loans classified by industry, 1978- -Continued
Millions of dollars
Sept. 13

Industry group
l

Sept. 20

Sept. 27

Oct. 4

Get, 11

Oct. 18

Oct. 25

Nov. 1

112,484

112,977

112,864

113,313

114,145

110,386

111,261

111,476

2
3
4
5
6

Durable goods manufacturing
Primary metals
Machinery
Transportation equipment
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods

2,699
5,317
2,705
2,474
4,020

2,706
5,375
2,760
2,502
4,048

2,732
5,388
2,747
2,522
4,045

2,755 !
5,333
2,793
2,516
4,045

2,727
5,384
2,813
2,521
4,034

2,672 !
5 , 398
2,795
2,497
4,005

2,664
5,449
2,588
2,444 i
3,966 i

2,688
5,452
2,646
2,431
3,953

7
8
9
10
11

Nondurable goods manufacturing
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles, apparel, and leather
Petroleum refining . . .
Chemicals and rubber
Other nondurable goods

4,232
4,495
2,480
3,467
2,439

4,114
4,420
2,544
3,494
2,471

4,154
4,383
2,521
3,468
2,480

4,205
4,407
2,504
3,511
2,440

4,232
4,466
2,463
3,336
2,447

4,276
4 , 147
2,493
3,299
2,446

4,340
4,273
2,474
3,295
2,433

4,373
4,224
2,483
3,290
2,475

10,509

10,627

10,577

10,594

10,584

10 , 363

10 , 594

10 , 446

1,745
8,905
8,001
5,407
1,699
5,120
5,150
13,749

1,771
8,999
8,034
5,452
1,784
5,138
5,159
13,956

1,744
9,172
8,194
5,494 I
1,733 I
5,099
5,171
13,959

1,751
9,250
8,343
5,401
1,828
5,283
5,140
14,047

1,724
9,414
8,485
5,412
1,749
5,282
5 214 1
14,006

1 , (»68
9,461
8,<»3S
5 464
1,'?23
5,314
5 T09
14,106

1 805
9,451
8,830
5 528
1,713
5 , 344
5 155
14,178

1 866
9,574
8,865
5 531
1,786
5,463
5 144
14,193

7,932
3,188
4,625

8,013
3,177
4,689

8,036
3,112
4,719

8,247
2,991
5,100

8,396
3,162
5,126

8,346
3,694
5,053

8,293
3,322
5,174

8,387
3,711
5,164

135,547

136,560

63
136,735

137,816

138,445

138,304

62
138,834

139,951

Nov. 8

Nov. 15

Nov. 22

Nov. 29

Dec. 6

Dec. 13

Dec. 20

Dee. 27

1 Total classified loans

12 Mining, including crude petroleum
and natural gas , .
Trade
13 Commodity dealers
14 Other wholesale
15 Retail
16 Transportation
17 Communication
18 Other public utilities
19 Construction
20 Services
21 All other domestic loans. . .
22 Bankers acceptances
23 Foreign commercial and industrial loans
MEMO
24 Commercial paper included in total
classified loans 2
25 Total commercial and industrial loans

1 Total classified loans l

114,564

114,760

114,709

114,541

114,799

114,549

US, 578

115,773

2
3
4
5
6

Durable goods manufacturing
Primary metals
Machinery
Transportation equipment
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods

2,685
5,438
2,659
2,431
3,994

2,692
5,476
2,650
2,434
3,986

2,677
5,432
2,586
2,425
3,966

2,595
5,473
2,627
2,414
3,986

2,624
5 513
2,571
2,451
4,062

2,613
S,4!S
2 , 5*>3
2,447
4 , 030

2,672
5,408
3,110
2,405
4,046

2,662
5,348
3,096
2,471
3,992

7
8
9
10
11

Nondurable goods manufacturing
Food, liquor, and tobacco.
Textiles, apparel, and leather
Petroleum refining
Chemicals and rubber
Other nondurable goods

4,394
4,252
2,546
3,306
2,444

4,412
4,171
2,612
3,295
2,448

4,468
4,080
2,602
3,264
2,470

4,550
3,976
2,552
3,232
2,440

4,642
3 999
2,569
3,275
2,424

3 , 9^0
2 , 5*70
3,357
2,405

4,6ns

4,613
1,833
2,660
3,453
2,400

4,681
3,756
2,634
3,465
2,380

10,518

10 , 648

10,663

10,622

10,594

10,607

10,629

10,585

1,859
9 502
8 855
5,494
1,782
5 587
5 040
14 509

1,870
9 , 443
S 711
5,515
1 , 748
5 586
5 Oil
14,484

1 , 872
9,433
8,557
5,469
1,772
5,741
5 035
14,750

1,952
9,367
8,412
5,494
1,765
5,940
5 098
14,749

8,473
3,545
5 SQ'O

8 , 392
3,766
5 S62

8,537
3,809
5 , 580

146, 557

141,829

45
142,103

12 Mining, including crude petroleum
and natural gas
Trade
13 Commodity dealers
14 Other wholesale
15 Retail
16 Transportation
17 Communication
18 Other public utilities
19 Construction
20 Services
21 All other domestic loans
22 Bankers acceptances
23 Foreign commercial and industrial loans
MEMO
24 Commercial paper included in total
classified loans '
25 Total commercial and industrial loans

74




.

...

....

....

1,899
9 579
8 924
5,493
1 737
5 549
5 116
14,268

1,835
9 584
8 979
5,454
1,782
5 531
5 127
14,331

1,807
9,540
9,020
5,527
1,747
5,600
5 121
14,383

1,793
9,530
8,939
5,520
1,774
5,545
5 106
14,422

8,520
3,579
5 233

8,460
3,478
5 375

8,429
3,459
5 443

8,458
3,542
5,445

140 390

140,813

140,612

62
140,658

8,449
3,591
5 407 1

140 655

18. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Continued
D. "Term" commercial and industrial loans classified by industry, last Wednesday of month, 1978
Millions of dollars

Jan, 25

Industry
1 Total loans 1

Apr. 26

May 31

June 28

48,912

49,473

50, 160

51,205

51,293

1,562
2,406
1,432
887
1,630

1,564
2,497
1,466
883
1,602

1,578
2,559
1,489
907
1,572

1,671
2,542
1 452
965
1,603

1,736
2,622
1,460
973
1,625

1 706
2 576
1 420
994
1,678

1,437
976
2,136
1,929
1,198

Durable goods manufacturing
Primary metals
Machinery .
Transportation equipment
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods. . , ' . . . . . . . ,

7
8
9
10
11

Mar. 29

48,254

1,494
990
2,000
2,023
1,185

1,521
1 050
1,873
2,125
1,177

1 , 648
1 083
1,850
2,147
1 093

1,671
1,097
1,962
2,229
1,093

1,671
1 122
1,947
2,412
1 091

6,578

6,825

7 099

7 443

7,604

7 760

,

294
1,866
2,484
3,712
901
3,802
2,003
5,734

262
1,926
2,554
3,735
908
3,855
1,876
5,804

252
1,988
2,573
3,874
924
3,822
2,070
5,890

244
2 080
2,703
3,627
965
3,723
2,085
6,040

254
2,141
2,855
3,702
980
3,770
2,101
6,301

228
2 175
2,834
3,738
1,009
3,529
2,117
6,490

, .

2,635
2,632

2,762
2,601

2,469
2 661

2,576
2 620

2,525
2,504

2,320
2 476

.,,. .

2
3
4
5
6

Feb. 22

Nondurable goods manufacturing
Food, liquor, and tobacco
Textiles apparel and leather
Petroleum refining
Chemicals and rubber
Other nondurable goods

.
........

12 Mining including crude petroleum and natural gas
Trade
Commodity dealers
Other wholesale
.
. .
Retail
Transportation
Communication
..
....
Other public utilities
,
Construction
Services . . .

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

21 All other domestic loans
22 Foreign commercial and industrial loans

.

July 26

Aug. 30

Sept, 27

Oct, 25

Nov. 29

Dec. 27

51,905

52,618

53,019

53,762

54,861

55,481

1,695
2,712
1,439
1,000
1,718

1,710
2,669
1,586
990
1,699

1,672
2,650
1,565
1,007
1,713

1 641
2,778
1,506
1,004
1,717

1,631
2,751
1,517
1,040
1,815

1 624
2,771
1,664
1,119
1,902

1,691
1,138
1,882
2,418
1,103

1,740
1,133
1,882
2,322
1,156

1,727
1,126
1,846
2,301
1,177

1,862
1,096
1,789
2,109
1,192

1,978
1,046
1,843
2,043
1,218

1,918
1,050
1,895
2,181
1,183

12 Mining, including crude petroleum and natural gas
Trade
13 Commodity dealers
.......t .
14 Other wholesale
15 Retail
16 Transportation
17 Communication
..
,
18 Other public utilities
19 Construction
20 Services
. .
....,.,..

7,660

7,757

7,862

7,852

7,930

7,937

233
2,233
2,782
3 678
1,061
3,714
2,177
6,592

248
2,276
•2,827
3 732
1,057
3,860
2,245
6,606

250
2,360
2,791
3 753
1,076
3,847
2,224
6,797

268
2,329
3,065
3 718
1,065
3,960
2,264
6,936

305
2,372
3,225
3,746
1,131
4,064
2,295
7,113

313
2,342
3,204
3 790
1,158
4,221
2,373
7,270

21 All other domestic loans
22 Foreign commercial and industrial loans

2,436
2,543

2,616
2,507

2,713
2,562

2,798
2,823

2,857
2,941

2,908
2,658

1 Total loans *
2
3
4
5
6

Durable goods manufacturing
Primary metals
Machinery
,
Transportation equipment . , . . ;
Other fabricated metal products
Other durable goods

7
8
9
10
11

Nondurable goods manufacturing
Food, liquor, and tobacco
,
Textiles, apparel, and leather
Petroleum refining
, ..,
Chemicals and rubber
Other nondurable goods




,
'. . . ,

.

,

75

19. Gross demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 1
A. All commercial banks
Billions of dollars, estimated daily-average balances for last month of quarter

19 74

Type of holder

Ql
1 All holders — Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
,
2
3
4
5
6

Financial business
Nonfinancial business
Consumer
Foreign
Other

Q3

Q2

Q4

QJ

Q3

Q4

Q2

Ql

. ..

215 0

216 3

225 0

216 3

222 2

227 0

236 9

227 9

234.2

18 9
108 4
70 6

18
112
71
2
11

17 9
113 9
72 <>
2.J1
10 9

19
118
73
2
11

18
111
73
2
10

19 4
115 1
74 8
2.3 i
10 6 j

19
118
76
2
10

20 I
125 1
78 0

19
116
77
2
11

20 3
121 2
78 b*

2.3

11 0

Q3
1 All holders —Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
.
. . . .
Financial business
Nonfinaneial business.
Consumer
Foreign
Other

Q2

211 2

2
1
4
2
1

0
8
3
3
7

19 76

2
3
4
5
6

19 76

19 75

6
3
2
3
9

0
7
5
2
6

2.4

11 3

19 77

Ql

Q4

Q2

9
9
2
4
4

2.5

11 4

1978
Q4

Q3

Ql

Q2

Q4

Q3

236 1

250 1

242 3

253 8

252 7

274 4

262 5

271 2

278 8

294 €

. .

19 7
122.6
80 0

21 6
125.1
81 6

23
128
86
2
11

24
131
91
2
12

25
137
92
2
12

25
142
95
2
13

27 8
152.7
97 4

11 5

25
129
84
2
12

25 0
142.9
91 0

...

22
130
82
2
12

. ..

.

2.3

3
2
6
7
4

2.4

11 6

9
2
1
5
2

7
5
2
5
8

2.5

12 9

5
5
8
4
3

7
7
9
4
4

9
5
0
5
1

2.7

14 1

B. All weekly reporting banks
Billions of dollars, estimated daily-average balances

1974

Type of holder

Mar.

Apr.

May

Ill 5

112 1

114 7

1
1
9
3
2

14.7
61 5
27.6
2 1
6 3

14 7
62 2
29.6
2 1
6 2

14
62
28
2
6

Jan.

116 5
15.2
63 8
28.4
2 3
6 7

1 All holders— Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
2 Financial business
3 Nonfinancial business
5 Foreign . . .
6 Other

......

Feb.

14
62
26
2
6

June

July

112 7

113 9

2
3
0
1
1

14 1
63 4
28.1
2 0
6 3

14
63
28
2
6

19 74

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

115 1

in s

115 0

115 8

4
5
5
I
5

14 I
62 6
28.0
1 9
5 8

n9

14 7
64 4
28.4
2 0
6 4

4
4 !
0
3

64
28
2
6

19 75

Nov.

2 Financial business
3 Nonfinancial business
4 Consumer
6 Other

. . .
....

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

117 7

119 7

118 3

114 0

114 1

117 0

115 0

118 1

118 7

116 1

14.6
65 9
28.7
2.1
6 5

1 All holders — Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
...

Dec.

14 8
66 9
29.0
2 2
6 8

14.8
65 6
29.2
2.2
6.6

14.4
63 1
27.9
2.3
6 2

14.1
63 2
28.2
2 2
6 4

15.0
63 3
30.1
2.2
6.5

14 2
63 1
29.2
2 3
6 2

15.1
63 1
29,5

15 0
6S 3
29.8
2 2
6 5

14,4
64 6
29.1
2.0
5 9

2.2 '
6 2

19 76

19 75
Sept.

2
3
4
5
6

76

Financial business
Nonfinancial business
Consumer
Foreign . . . .
Other
,.




.

...
,

. ..

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apt.

May

June

118.1

1 All holders —Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations

Oct.
119.3

121.6

1124.4

122.4

118.7

119.5

122.0

118 2

122.6

14.7
65.5
29 6
2.1
6,2

15.1
66 7
29 0
2.2
6 3

15.4
68.1
29 4
2.2
6.4

15.6
69.9
29 9
2.3
6.6

15.2
68.0
30 3
2.2
6 7

15.3
65.6
29 2
2.2
6.4

15.4
65 2
30 8
1.8
6 2

15,1
65 S
33 6
1 8

7
2
9
2
1

16.1
67 3
31 2
2.0
6 0

600

15
64
29
2
6

19. Gross demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations l—Continued

B. All weekly reporting banks—Continued
Billions of dollars, estimated daily-average balances
1976

Type of holder

1977

July

2
3
4
5
6

Financial business
Nonfinancial business
Consumer
Foreign
Other
. .

.
.

. .

.

. .

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

122 5

1 All holders—Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations

Aug.
119 4

121 4

123 8

124 3

128 5

127 4

16 3
64.8
33 3

15 3
65.5
30 0
2 5
61

15 4
66.6
30 7

16 8
68.4
29 6

16 2
68.7
30 4

17 5
69.7
31 7

66

66

66

7 1

16 7
69.5
32 0
2 2
7 1

2.3

58

2.2

2.4

2.5

2.6

Mar.

Apr.

123 0

124 7

127 5

15
67
31
2
6

16 7
67.8
31 5

16 7
68.5
33 5

6 5

66

6
4
1
4
5

2.2

1977

19 78

May

2
3
4
5
6

Financial business
Nonfinancial business
Consumer
Foreign
Other

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

124 4

128 7

131 0

128 0

129 2

131 4

133 0

17
67
31
2
6

1 All holders —Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations

17
69
32
2
6

18 9
70.7
32 6
2 2
67

18 0
68.8
32 4

17 4
70.0
32 8
2 4
66

18
72
32
2
6

17
72
33
2
7

0
2
5
4
4

8
5
3
4
7

2.5

64

2.3

Nov.

0
1
4
3
7

Jan.

Feb.

139 1

137.1

132 5

18
76
34
2
7

18 3
73.8
35 2

18 1
70.7
34 4

7 4

69

Dec.

9
2
4
5
0

5
3
6
4
4

2.4

2.4

1978

Mar.
1 All holders — Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
2
3
4
5
6

Financial business
Nonfinancial business
Consumer
Foreign
.
Other




,

.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

131.9

135.6

134.3

136.9

139.9

137.7

139.7

141.3

142.7

147.0

17.9
70.9
37 6
. 2 2

18.1
70.7
36.0
24

19.0
71.9
36.6
2 3

19.4
73.7
37.1
2 3

19.4
72.0
36.8
24

18.9
74.1
37.1
2 4

19.1
75.0
37.5
2 5

19.3
75.7
37.7

19.8
79.0
38.2
2 5

18.2
68.9
35 4
2 3
7 0

7.0

7.1

7.1

7.3

7.1

7.3

7.2

2.5
7.5

7.5

77

20. Commercial paper and bankers acceptances outstanding
Millions of dollars, end of period

1974
Instrument

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Commercial paper (seasonally adjusted)
4,807

Directly placed paper '
Total

4

£ Nonfinancial companies * .

.

44,731

44,766

45,851

45,728

46,418

48,579

50,235

50,396

6,930
1,923

6,557
2,137

6,205
2,270

5,716
1,978

5,187
1,579

4,794
1,465

5,445
2,364

5,512
2,114

5,137
1,986

29,303
3,541
9,377

Financial companies *
Dealer-placed paper *
2 Total

46,100

6,127
1,960

1 All issuers

28,957
3,606
10,213

29 t 010
3,908
9,164

28,931
4,564
9,630

29,898
5,106
10,237

30,258
5,373
10,283

30,446
5,585
11,178

31,661
6,423
11,473

32,071
6,525
12,652

31,891
6,484
13,368

Dollar acceptances (not seasonally adjusted)*
9*101

8
9
10
11
12
13

10,692

11,727

13,174

15,686

16,167

16,035

16,882

2,854
2,328
525

2,986
2,413
573

3,232
2,744
488

3,089
2,642
447

3,535
3,066
469

3,499
2,983
516

3,388
2,866

522

3,347
2,942
405

3,291
2,872
419

69
592
5,850

296
684
6,200

216
700
6,544

373
732
7,532

304
795
8,540

218
1,023
10,947

277
1,202
11,300

504
1,459
10,724

218
2,037
11,335

2,334
3,492
3,275

Basis
14 Imports into United States
15 Exports from United States
16 Alfother

10,166

68
589
5,738

Holder
Accepting banks ,
Own bills
Bills bought
..
Federal Reserve Banks
Own account
Foreign correspondents ^, ,
Others ,
. .

9,364

2,706
2,251
454

7 Total

2,434
3,182
3,748

2,827
2,979
4,361

2,900
2,833
4,959

2,952
2,899
5,876

3,287
3,219
6,668

3,589
3,774
8,323

3,585
3,933
8,649

3,526
3,806
8,703

3,793
3,759
9,330

May

June

July

Aug.

1974
Nov.

1975
Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

Commercial paper (seasonally adjusted)
1 All issuers

2
3
4
5
6

50,762

50,020

50,870

51,253

50,978

51,528

50,995

49,655

50,160

50,426

4,738
1,898

4,594
1,814

4,854
1,822

4,994
1,787

5,330
1,682

5,439
1,618

5,909
1,543

5,862
1,561

6,208
1,649

5,838
1,511

32,129
6,762
13,895

Financial companies *
Dealer-placed paper *
Total
Bank-related
Directly placed paper *
Total
Bank-related
Nonfinancial companies *»

31,967
6,518
13,459

31,959
6,782
14,057

32,345
7,318
13,914

31,368
7,272
14,280

32,217
7,002
13,872

32,208
7,096
12,878

31,460
7,230
12,333

31,389
7,038
12,563

32,052
7,392
12,536

Dollar acceptances (not seasonally adjusted)
7 Total

17,553

18,484

18,602

18,579

18,730

18,727

18,108

17,740

16,930

16,456

3,789
3,290
499

«4,226
3,685
542

4,357
3,903
454

4,864
4,370
494

4,773
4,085
688

4,485
3,900
585

4,450
3,892
558

4,774
4,224
550

4,778
4,275
503

4,546
3,988
558

611
1,756
11,398

999
1,109
12,150

966
560
12,718

993
325
12,398

665
263
13,029

1,185
235
12,822

865
234
12,559

682
319
11,965

685
329
11,138

840
304
10,766

3,810
3,709
10,035

4,023
4,067
10,394

4,120
4,314
10,168

3,974
4,210
10,396

3,845
4,296
10,589

3,690
4,206
10,831

3,665
4,186
10,257

3,466
4,080
10,193

3,474
3,865
9,591

3,305
3,806
9,344

Holder
9
10

Own bills
Bills bought
Federal Reserve Banks
1 1 Own account
12 Foreign correspondents 6
13 Others
.

. .

Basis
14 Imports into United States
»
15 Exports from United States . . .
16 All other

78



.

.

...

20. Commercial paper and bankers acceptances outstanding—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1975
Instrument

Sept.

Oct.

1976
Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Commercial paper (seasonally adjusted)
49,367

2
3
4
5
6

,

48,527

48,471

43,171

48,928

49,570

49,282

50,155

50,893

6,207
1,634

6,196
1,715

6,212
1,762

5,829
1,617

6,151
1,527

6,412
1,616

6,219
1,620

6,465
1,684

6,356
1,674

31,332
7,316
12,234

Financial companies *
Dealer-placed paper *
Total
Bank-related . , . ,
Directly placed paper 8
Total ,
'Bank-related
.
Nonfinancial companies 4

49,525

5 ,801
1,482

1 AH issuers

32,032
7,114
11,286

31,597
6,975
10,734

31,404
6,892
10,855

31,262
6,958
11,030

31,464
6,793
11,313

31,463
6,811
11,695

31,098
6,342
11,965

31,235
6,013
12,455

31,594
6,334
12,943

Dollar acceptances (not seasonally adjusted)
7 Total

16,790

Own bills
... . .
Bills bought
Federal Reserve Banks
11 Own account ....
13 Others
Basis
H Imports into United States
15 Exports from United States
16 All other
. .

,

....

17,875

18,727

18,677

19,060

18,901

19,559

19,681

19,783

5,213
4,288
924

6,497
5,684
813

7,333
5,899
1,435

6,294
5,367
927

5,950
5,255
695

6,340
5,651
689

6,126
5,305
821

6,175
5,397
778

6,171
5,378
793

948
302
10,538

9
10

17,304

5,002
4,190
812

.

Holder

1,047
284
10,760

727
279
10,372

1,126
293
9,975

1,230
248
10,904

1,051
231
11,827

883
245
11,433

995
344
12,094

875
440
12,191

1,027
427
12,157

3,313
3,783
9,693

3,467
3,947
9,890

3,545
3,888
10,443

3,726
4,001
11,000

3,891
3,906
10,880

3,977
4,039
11,044

4,027
4,193
10,681

4,258
4,25?
11,043

4,267
4,304
11,110

4,384
4,308
11,091

1976
July

Aug.

1977
Oct.

Sept.

Nov,

Dec.

Feb.

Jan.

Mar.

Apr.

Commercial paper (seasonally adjusted)
1 AH issuers

51,848

4
5

Directly placed paper 8
Total
Bank-related
..

51,091

50,587

52,136

52,971

53,156

53,322

55,030

55,696

6,459
1,612

6,608
1,644

6,513
1,703

6,895
1,825

7,261
1,900

7,050
1,895

7,016
1,929

7,253
1,839

7,293
1,778

32,670
5,977
12,792

.

50,683

6,38£
1,615

.

Financial companiesl
Dealer-placed paper »
2 Total

31,477
5,976
12,747

32,415
6,250
12,068

31,615
5,864
12,459

32,238
5,944
13,003

32,511
5,959
13,199

32,663
5,637
13,443

32,350
5,502
13,956

33,985
6,126
13,792

34,072
5,703
14,331

Dollar acceptances (not seasonally adjusted)
19,544

Holder
8 Accepting banks, , . . ,
9 Own bills
10 Bills bought
,
Federal Reserve Banks
1 1 Own account
, . .B. , ,
12 Foreign correspondents ,
13 Others
. ,'..
Basis
14 Imports into United States , .
15 Exports from United States
16 All other




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

19,383

19,599

20,312

20,678

22,523

22,362

22,187

22,694

22,899

5,905
5,255
650

7 Total

6,107
5,449
658

6,798
5,865
933

7,959
6,789
1,170

9,031
7,706
1,325

10,442
8,769
1,673

8,183
7,011
1,172

7,991
6,654
1,337

7,787
6,367
1,421

7,761
6,380
1,381

656
447
12,536

808
442
12,026

838
417
11,545

337
387
11,629

188
349
11,111

991
375
10,715

191
374
13t615

322
440
13,434

280
435
14,191

881
394
13,863

4,611
4,327
10,606

4,530
4,355
10,498

4,498
4,420
10,680

4,737
4,715
10,860

4,667
4,628
11,383

4,992
4,818
12,713

4,992
5,137
12t233

5,138
5,074
11,974

4,983
5,222
12,489

5.U4
5,376
12,410

79

20. Commercial paper and bankers acceptances outstanding—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1977

1978

Instrument
May

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Commercial paper (seasonally adjusted)
57,037

60,289

59,353

60,111

61,520

63,143

62,840

65,101

65,746

65,908

7,518
1,805

8,136
1,894

8,204
1,744

8,143
1,650

8,441
1,846

8,563
1,961

8,525
1 ,f#0

8,884
2,132

9,007
2,035

8,963
1,997

34,858
5,999
. . • 14,661

37,307
6,636
14 , 846

36,536
6,344
14,613

37, 0^3
b,^4
14,905

37,823
7,069
15,256

39,115
7,012
15,465

38,993
6,567
15,322

40,484
7,102
15,733

41,519
7,202
15,220

42,437
7,718
14,508

1 All issuers
2
3
4
5
6

Financial companiesl
Dealer-placed paper 2
Total
.
Bank-related
~
Directly placed paper »
Total
Bank-related
Nonfinuncial companies *

Dollar acceptances (not seasonally adjusted)
23,201

8
9
10
I\

Holder
Accepting banks
Own bills
Bills bought
Federal Reserve Banks
Own account

13 Others
Basis
14 Imports into United States
IS Exports from United States .
16 All other

. .

....

23,4*9

23,091

7,630
6,356
1,273

7,601
6,464
1,137

7,647
6,580
1,067

108
385
15,382

..

23,440

7,326
6,218
1,108

7 Total

621
360
14,829

393
296
15, 20^

5,124
5,642
12,436

5,635
5,729
12,076

5,570
5,842
12,081*

23,317

23,908

24,088

25,450

25,252

25,411

8,673
7,248
1,424

8,952
7,702
1,251

10,434
8,915
1,519

7,785
6,772
1,013

7,513
6,583
931

131
304
15,009

482
248
287 ""422"
392
15,075 14,813 14,495

954
362
13,904

371
17,096

456
17,442

5,446
5,747
11,899

5,654
5,544
12,119

5,973
5,803
12,312

6,378
5,863
13,209

6,637
5,840
12,774

6,842
5,739
13,026

Sept.

Oct.

7,473
6,566
907 !

5,886
5,584
12,438

1978
Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

I Nov.

Dec.

Commercial paper (seasonally adjusted)
1 All issuers
2
3
4
5
6

.

Financial companiesl
Dealer-placed paper *
Total
Bank-related
Directly placed paper a
Total
Bank-related
Nonfinancial companies 4

, , , . . , . . . 67,661

69,800

71,174

73,868

74,421

74,135

77,021

77,734

80,679

83,665

8,949
1,993

9,649
2,078

10,237
2,217

10,302
2,442

10,590
2,633

10,864 11,429
2,935 ] 2,622

JO, 949
2,868

11,487
3,231

12,296
3,521

42,954
8,153
. . . 15,758

43,937
7,995
16,214

44,714
9,258
16,223

46,943
9,585
16,623

46,410 45,828
10,030 1 9,634
17,421 17,443

48,460
10,925
18,325

50,093
11,478
19,099

51,630
12,314
19,739

..

47,760
10,383
17,832

Dollar acceptances (not seasonally adjusted)
7 Total
Holder
8 Accepting banks
,
9 O w n bills
..
10 Bills bought
Federal Reserve Banks
11 Own account
1 2 Foreign correspondents 6
13 Others
Basis
14 Imports into United States
15 Exports from United States.
16 Alfother

80




26,181

26,256

26,714

28,289

27,579

28,319

27,952

30,579

32,145

33,700

*. . 7,375
. . . . 6,375
1,000
.
...
770
522
18,283

7,091
6,117
974

7,286
6,365
921

7,502
6,520
983

7,244
6,345
899

7,048
6,131
917

7,647
6,461
1,186

8,379
7,012
2,366

8,082
6,840
1,243

8,579
7,653
927

290
550
18,614

274
679
18,749

1,021
625
20,160

268
568
19,766

296
633
20,638

715
556
19,748

236
557
21,644

585
23,478

587
664
24,456

6,979
6,034
13,168

7,108
6,216
12,932

7,028
6,494
13,193

7,578
6,906
13,805

7,415
6,565
13,5?9

7,885
6,558
13,876

7,957
6,350
13,644

8,575
6,665
15,339

8,675
7,224
16,245

8,574
7,586
17,540

, ....

21. Prime rate charged by banks on short-term business loans 1
Percent per annum
Date of change in effective rate
Effective date

Rate

29

9V2

11
19
25 ..

March

22
29

9
9V*

April

3

1975 —January

9%

1974 —January
February

11
19
25
May

9

20
28..

9

83/4

February

9%
10
10%

March

10V2
103/4

10
17
26

July

5
7
21
28

November 4
14.
25

1976—January

9%

73
6 /4

12
21

June

9l/2

Rate

Effective date
1 978 —January

Rate

10

8

7

8%
8 y2

16
30

8%
9

7>/4

2

5
26

June

7

1
7. . .

May
y

3
10..
18
24. .

9%

8Vz

October

4

6%

August

31

9%

5, .
10
18. .
24

8%
3

November

1

6'/2

September 15
28

9Vz
9%

IP/2

June

10%
10

Effective date

9

August

g 3/4

9Vz

2

October

Rate

Effective date

May
June

9

July

11
11%

7V2

7%

20

6%

December 13

73/4

1977— May

13

12

August

U 3 /4

6 /4

7

August

71/4
7>/2

September 16

7%

October

12. .

7 3/4

7V2
73/4

September 15. ., .
October

27 . . . .

November

5 ... .
2

10'/2

7
24

December 26

11 3/4

10%

11

11 Vz

7Vz

December

November 1
6
17
24

7%

11

7

22

8

11%

10
10%

6'/2
3

18
28!.

H 3 /4

13
27

October

.

7%

11 Vz

10%
10 Vi

Averages of daily effective rates

Jan.

Year

1974
1975
1976
1977
1978

.




..

....

Feb.

9 73
10 05
7 00
6.25
7 93

9 21
8 96
6*75
6.25
8,00

Mar.

8 85
7 93
6 75
6.25
8.00

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Year

10 02
7 50
6 75
6.25
8 00

11 25
7 40
6 75
6.41
8.27

11 54
7 07
7 20
6*75
8 63

11 97
7 15
7*25
6.75
9,00

12 00
7 66

12 00
7 88
7 00
7.13
9.41

11 68
7 96
6 77
7.52
9 94

10 83
7 53
6 50
7.75
10.94

10 50
7 26
6 35
7.75
11.55

10 81
7 86
6 84
6.83
9.06

7 01
6.83
9 01

81

22. Terms of lending at commercial banks—Based on survey of loans made
1977

Item
Feb. 7-11

May 2-6

Aug. 1-5

Nov. 7-11

SHORT-TERM COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS
1
2
3
4

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum)
By size of bank
Large banks a
Small banks
By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
1-99
100-999
1,000 and over
Percentage of amount of loans
,
With floating rate
Made under commitment

5,273
126
3.4
7.50

6,620
143
2.9
7.40

7,335
137
3.0

7.00
8.71

7.01
8.53

7.49
8.53

8.43
9.02

8.69
7.52
6.58

8.63
7.44
6.67

8.85
7.80
7.22

9.25
8.69
8.14

44.5
47.8

47.2
52,5

52.6
44.1

58.0
44.1

978
24
41.7
8.32

1,651
60
35.0
8.36

1,076
19
60.0
8.46

939
17
44.6
8.77

7.70
9.63

7.75
8.95

8.17
9.15

8,52
9,68

9.85
8.25
7.34

9.10
8.37
7.35

9.45
8.23
8.05

9.56
8.96
8.30

50.8
47,3

36.7
45,1

56.9
56,2

57.8
51.6

979
18
10.6
8.41

856
29
7.5
8.74

543
28
13,3
8.75

579
22
8,3
9.38

8.39
8.42

8.18
8.95

8.40
9.01

9.41
9.34

9.04
8.40
8.12

8.97
8.47
8,02

9,07
8.72
7.86

9.41
9.34
9.36

25.1
90.1
74.5

20.1
81.2
39.4

77,2
46.4

31.0

42.1
83.5
50.0

33,4
43.5
23.1

55.5
12.0
32.4

43.7
7,6
48.6 ,

40.3
9,4
50.3

823
67
10.9
8.82

925
78
8.3
8,74

872
65
7.0
8.73

709
54
9.4
9.06

8.34
8.95

8.08
8.95

8.40
8.91

9.13
9.06

45 25-99! .*;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; i;;;".'.;'.;;;;; 1111;'.'.'. \ \'.'. '.',*."
46 100 and over

9,00
8,65
8.77

9.03
8.86
8.09

8.89
8.82
8.51

9.09
8.98
9.09

47
48
49
50
51

8.49
8.94
8.80
9.10
8.82

8.42
8.15
8.84
9.42
8.86

8.41
8.60
9.00
9.03
8.60

8.93
9.06
9.20
9.18
9.19

5
6
7
8
9

10
11

,.

7,80

5,423
120
3.1
8.62

LONG-TERM COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

21
22

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum)
By size of bank
Large banks 8
Small banks
By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
1-99
100-999
1,000 and over
Percentage of amount of loans
With floating rate
Made under commitment

,

,

CONSTRUCTION AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LOANS
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

32
33
34
35
36
37

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum)
By size of bank
Large banks4
Small banks
By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
1-99
100-499
500 and over
Percentage of amount of loans
With floating rate
Secured by real estate
Made under commitment
By type of construction
1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Nonresidential
,,
LOANS TO FARMERS

38
39
40
41

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum)
By size of bank
42 Large banks s
43 Small banks
By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Other

82




22. Terms of lending at commercial banks—Based on survey of loans made ]—Continued
1978

Item

Feb. 6-10

May 1-5

Aug. 7-11

Nov. 6-10

SHORT-TERM COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)
Weigh ted-average interest rate (percent per annum)
By size of bank
Large banks2
Small banks
By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
1-99....
100-999
1,000 and over
Percentage of amount of loans
With floating rate
Made under commitment

6,425
152
3.1
8.90

8,256
155
2.7
8.96

6,352
139
3.0
9.92

9,534
144
3.0

8.67
9.29

8.79
9,37

9.76
10.27

11.46
11.37

9.49
8.99
8.34

9.63
9.03
8.53

10.34
10.10
9.47

11.63

50.7
41.3

54.5
43.9

49.3
41.9

64.4
36.2

1,110
23
41.4
9.16

1,636
26
49.0
9.54

1,292
18
45.1
10.16

1,178
19
43.2
11.38

9,01
9.41

9.27
10.33

10.06
10,46

11.31
11.62

9.58
9.28
8.82

10.19
9.89
9.15

10.63
10.21
9.97

11.41
11.81
11.09

47.3
55.6

41.3
46.1

67.1
54.5

61.2
60.8

819
21
10.6
9.69

908
27
10.2
9,84

1,171

30
8.4
10.44

1,012
25
7.7
11.55

9.90
9.48

9.68
9.93

10.39
10.48

11.73
11.45

9.48
9.69
10.07

9.86
9.99
9.56

10.63
10.34
10.23

11.25
11,90
11.46

37,9
92.8
42.1

34.5
94.1
59.9

49.6
93.4
55.4

42.7
94.2
60.4

39.5
6.2
54.2

41.5
6.3
52.2

42.1
8.5
49.4

38.2
15.4
46.3

796
65
10.0
9.16

995
70
9.1
9.31

825
63
6.6
9.62

949
58
7.4
10.36

9.32
9.11

9.61
9.17

10.37
9.34

11.73
9.98

9.15
9.16
9.18

9.23
9.26
9.41

9.33
9.48
10.07

9.96
10.07
11.10

9.17
9.07
9.14
9.31
9.16

9.39
9.08
9.19
9.37
9.54

9.49
9.47
9.66
9.63
9.87

10.23
10.80
10.27
10.29
10.72

11.44

11.44
11.37

LONG-TERM COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum)
By size of bank
Large banks2
Small banks
By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
1-99....
100-999
1,000 and over
Percentage of amount of loans
With floating rate
Made under commitment
CONSTRUCTION AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LOANS

23
24
25
26

Amount of loans (million's of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum)
By size of bank
27 Large banks 8
28 Small banks
.
By size of loan (thousands of dollars)

29
30
31

1-99
1049
0-9
500 and over

Percentage of amount of loans
With floating rate
Secured by real estate
Made under commitment
By type of construction
35 1- to 4-family
36 Multifamily
37 Nonresidenttal
32
33
34

LOANS TO FARMERS
38
39
40
41
42
43

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum)
By size of bank
Large banks 2
Small banks
By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
1-24
25-99
100 and over
By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Other




83

23. Interest rates in money and capital markets
A, Annual and monthly averages
Percent per annum

1974

Instrument

1975

1976

1977

1974

1978
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr,

May

June

Money market rates
10.51
1 Federal funds 1
Prime commercial paper a * 8
2 90- to 119-day
10.05
3 4- to 6-month
9.87
4 Finance company paper, directly
s
8.62
placed 3- to 6-month - '
5 Prime bankers acceptances, 90-day'- 4 . 9.92
Large negotiable certificates of &deposit
10.27
6 3-month, secondary market
7 3 -month primary market e
8 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month ?
10.96
U.S. Treasury bills 3. »
Secondary market
7.84
9 3-month
7.95
10 6-month
7.71
11 1-year
Auction average
7.886
12 3-month
7.926
13 6-month

5.82

5.05

5.54

7.94

9.65

8,97

9.35

5.24
5.35

5.54
5.60

7.94
7.99

8.86
8.66

8.00
7.83

8.64
8.42

11.18
10.96

6.16
6.30

5.20
5.17

5.49
5.59

7.78
8.11

7.92
8.72

7.40
7.83

6.43

5.27
5.15
5.57

5. 58
5.52
6.0!>

8.22
8.01
8.74

9.04

8.08

6.97

9.41

8.49

10.51
11.31
5). 92
10.82
9.79 ' 10.62
a. 43 8.94
7.76
8.43
; 9.61
10,68
8.83 | 10.27
11.20
9.23
10.52
11.17

11,93

6.26
6.33

5.80
6.11
6.30

4.98
5.26
5.52

5.27
5.53
5.71

7.19
7.58
7.74

7.77
7.65
7.01

7.12
6.96
6.51

7.96
7.83
7J4

5.838
6.122

4.989
5.266

5.265
5.510

7.221
7.572

7.755
7.627

7.060
6.874

9.00
10,79
11.38
12,09

8.23
8,40 i
8,21

7.90
8.12
8.16

7.986
7.829

8.33
8.32
8. 08
8.229
8.171

8.430
8.496

8.145
8.232

Capital market rates
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
Constant maturitiesfl
14 1-year
15 2-year
16 3-year
.
17 5-year. . . .
18 7-year
1 9 10-year . . . . .
20 20-year
21 30-year

, ,

....
.

.

Composite l *
22 3 to 5 years . . .
23 Over 10 years (long-term)

8.18

6.76

7.82
7.80
"7.71
7.56
8.05

7.49
7.77
7.90
7.99
8.19

7.42
7.61
7.86

6.09
6.45
6.69
6.99
7.23
7.42
7.67
(10)

8.34
8.34
8.29
8.32
8.36
8.41
8.48
8.49

5.88

H
7.18

7.42

6,88

7.76

8.62

6.76
6.82
6.92
6.96
7.46

7.35
7.31
7.34
7.21
7.73

8.05
7.92
7.77
7.51
8.01

8.78
8.27
8.18
7,93
7.58
8.14

8.67

6.96
6.95
6.88
6.99
7.48

8.15
8.10
7.90
7,54
8.10

7.81
6.99

7.55
6.98

6.94
6.78

6.85
7.06

8.30
7.89

6.94
6.56

6.77
6.54

7.33
6.81

7.99
7.04

8.24
7.07

8.14
7.03

5.89
6.53
6.17

6.42
7.62
7.05

5.66
7.49
6.64

5.20
6.12
5.68

5.52
6.27
6.03

5.03
5.49
5.22

5.05
5.49
5.20

5.20
5.71
5.41

5.45
6.06
5,73

5.89
6.31
6.02

5.95
6,41
6.13

27 Seasoned issues, all industries * 4

9.03

9,57

9.01

8.43

9.07

8.12

8.17

8.28

8.54

8.71

8.89

Rating group
28 Aaa
29Aa
. . .
30 A
31 Baa
.. .

8.57
8.84
9.20
9.50

8.83
9.17
9.65
10.61

8.43
8.75
9.09
9.75

8.02
8.24
8,49
8.97

8.73
8.92
9.12
9.49

7.83
8.00
8.17
8.48

7.85
8.05
8.25
8.53

8.01
8.18
8.32
8.62

8.25
8.43
8.61
8.87

8.37
8.58
8.83
9.05

8.47
8.75
9.07
9,27

9.33
9.32

9.40
9.41

8.48
8.49

8.19
8.19

8.96
8.97

8.21
8.22

8.12
8.23

8.46
8.44

8.99
8.94

9.24
9.13

9.38
9.40

8.23
4.47

8.38
4.31

7.97
3.77

7.60
4.56

8.25
5.28

7.60
3.64

7.47
3.81

7.56
3.65

7,83
3.86

8.11
4.00

8.25
4.02

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series * 2
24 Aaa
. .
25 Baa
26 Bond Buyer series1 8 ...
CORPORATE BONDS

32
33

Aaa utility bonds 16
New issues
Recently offered issues

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio I 6
34 Preferred stocks
35 Common stocks

84



23. Interest rates in money and capital markets—Continued

A. Annual and monthly averages—Continued
Percent per annum

1974

1975

Instrument
July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr,

May

Money market rates
l

1 Federal funds
Prime commercial paper 2. a
2 90- to 119-day
3 4- to 6-month
4 Finance company paper, directly
placed 3- to 6-month 2, 3 ,
5 Prime bankers acceptances, 90-day 3 - 4 .
Large negotiable certificates of deposit
6 3-month, secondary market 5
7 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month *
U.S. Treasury bills a. s
Secondary market
8
3-month .
.
...
9
6-month
,
10 1-year
. .
Auction average
1 1 3 -month
12 6-month

12.92

12.01

11.34

10.06

9.45

8.53

7.13

6.24

5.54

5.49

5.22

11.93
11.72

11.79
11.65

11.36
11.23

9.55
9.36

8.95
8.81

9.18
8.98

7.39
7.30

6.36
6.33

6.06
6.06

6.11
6.15

5.70
5.82

9.00
11,88

9.31
12.08

9.41
11.06

9.03
9.34

8.50
9.03

8.50
9.19

7.35
7.54

6.24
6.35

6.00
6.22

5.97
6.15

5.74
5.76

12.25
13.52

12.23
12.95

11.64
12.42

9.80
10.95

9.10
10.06

9.23
10.28

7.60
8.17

6.43
7.26

6.17
6.85

6.28
7.04

5.78
5.98

7.55
7.94
8.04

8.96
9.11
8.88

8.06
8.53
8.52

7.46
7.74
7.59

7.47
7.52
7.29

7.15
7.11
6.79

6.26
6.36
6.27

5.50
5.62
5.56

5.49
5.62
5.70

5.61
6.00
6.40

5.23
5.59
5.91

7.752
8.028

8.744
8.853

8.363
8.599

7.244
7.559

7.585
7.551

7.179
7.091

6.493
6.525

5.583
5.674

5.544
5.635

5.694
6.012

5.315
5.649

Capital market rates
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
Constant maturities 9
13 1-year
14 3-year .
1'5 5-year
1 6 7-year .
.
17 10-year
18 20-year
.

8.87
8.41
8.37
8.25
8.04
8.60

8.05
8.00
7.97
7.92
7.90
8.37

7.66
7.61
7.68
7.68
7.68
7.99

7.31
7.24
7.31
7.38
7.43
7.91

6.83
7.23
7.41
7.45
7.50
7.88

5.98
6.65
7.11
7.30
7.39
7.71

6.11
6.81
7.30
7.58
7.7-3
7.99

6.90
7.76
7,99
8.11
8.23
8.36

6.39
7.39
7.72
7.90
8.06
8.22

8.64
7.33

8.38
7.30

7.98
7.22

7.65
6.93

7.22
6.78

7.29
6.68

6.85
6.61

7.00
6.73

7.76
7.03

7.49
6.99

6.34
7.10
6.68

6.38
7.10
6.71

6.49
7.18
6.76

6.21
6.99
6.57

6.06
7.01
6.61

6.65
7.50
7.05

6.39
7.45
6.82

5.96
7.03
6.39

6.28
7.25
6.74

6.46
7.43
6.95

6.42
7.48
6.97

9.15

9.43

9.78

9.92

9.70

9.63

9.65

9.43

9.36

9,59

9.66

8.72
9.01
9.40
9.48

9.00
9.28
9.67
9.77

9.24
9.66
10.04
10.18

9.27
9.64
10.29
10.48

8.89
9.34
9.96
10.60

8.89
9.20
9.80
10.63

8.83
9.13
9.81
10.81

8.62
8.91
9.51
10.65

8.67
8,92
9.37
10.48

8.95
9.19
9.62
10.58

8.90
9.24
9.79
10.69

10.20
10.04

Composite l *
19 3 to 5 years
20 Over 10 years (long-term) . .

9.36
8.66
8.63
8.41
8.04
8.60

8.39
7.18

. . . .

8.80
8.41
8.38
8.19
7.81
8.26

10.07
10.19

10.38
10.29

10.16
10.23

9.21
9.21

9.53
9.56

9.36
9.45

8.97
9.09

9.35
9.38

9.67
9.65

9.63
9.65

8.40
4.42

8.61
4.90

8.93
5.45

8.78
5.38

8.60
5.13

8.78
5.43

8.42
5.07

8.07
4.61

8.04
4.42

8.27
4.34

8.51
4.08

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series 1 2
21 Aaa
22 Baa
23 Bond Buyer series 1 8
CORPORATE BONDS
24 Seasoned issues, all industries14
25
26
27
28

Rating group
Aaa
Aa
.
A
Baa

29
30

Aaa utility bonds * B
New issues
Recently offered issues
1

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio *
3 1 Preferred stocks
32 Common stocks




85

23, Interest rates in money and capital markets—Continued

A. Annual and monthly averages—Continued
Percent per annum

1975

1976

Instrument
June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar,

Apr.

Money market rates
1 Federal funds *
,Prime commercial paper 2. 3
2 90- to 119-day
3 4- to 6-month.
4 Finance company paper, directly
placed 3- to 6* month 2 ' 3
5 Prime bankers acceptances, 90-day3- 4 .
Large negotiable certificates of deposit
6 3-month secondary market 6
7 3-month, primary market 8
8 Eurodollar deposits 3-month '
U.S. Treasury bills a- 8
Secondary market
9
3-month
10 6-month .
....
11
1-year.
Auction average
12 3-month
13 6-month

5.55

6.10

6.14

6.24

-5.82

5.22

5.20

4.87

4.77

4.84

4.82

5.67
5.79

6.32
6.44

6.59
6.70

6.79
6.86

6.35
6,48

5.78
5.91

5.88
5.97

5.15
5.27

5.13
5.23

5.25
5.37

5.53
5.70

6.02
6.40

6.39
6.74

6.53
6.83

6.43
6.28

5.79
5.79

5.86
5.72

5.16
5.08

5.09
4.99

5.27
5.18

5.65

6.54

6.86

7.03

6.56

6.27

6.01

6.11

6.94

7.23

7.40

7.15

6.76

6.47

5.16
5.03
5.49

5.17
5.07
5.50

5.33
5.23
5.57

5.08
5.23
5.14
5.03
5.12
4.97
5,39

5.34
5.61
5.86

6.13
6.50
6.64

6.44
6.94
7.16

6.42
6.92
7.20

5.96
6.25
6.48

5.48
5.80
6.07

5.44
5.85
6.16

4.87
5.14
5.44

4.88
5.20
5.53

5.00
5.44
5.82

4.S6
5.18
5.54

5.193
5.463

6.164
6.492

6.463
6.940

6.383
6.870

6.081
6.385

5.468
5.751

5.504
5.933

4.961
5.238

4.852
S.144

5.047
5.488

4.878
5.201

Capital market rates
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
Constant maturities9
14 1-year
..
15 3-year
16 5-year
.
17 7-year
18 10-year
19 20-year

.

...
. . .

Composite * *
20 3 to 5 years
21 Over 10 years (long-term)

6.29
7.17
7.51
7.69
7.86
8.04

7.11
7.72
7.92
7.99
8.06
8.17

7.70
8.16
8.33
8.37
8.40
8.50

7.75
8.29
8.37
8.39
8.43
8.57

6.95
7.81
7.97
8.06
8.14
8.35

6.49
7.46
7.80
7.98
8.05
8.28

6.60
7.43
7.76
7.93
8.00
8.23

5.81
6.99
7.46
7.67
7.74
8.01

5.91
7.06
7,45
7,72
7 79
8^03

6 21

7J3
7.49
7.65
7.73
7.97

5.92
6.84
7.25
7.44
7.56
7.86

7.26
6.86

7.72
6.89

8.12
7.06

8.22
7.29

7.80
7.29

7.51
7.21

7.50
7.17

7.18
6.94

7.18
6.92

7.25
6.S7

6.99
6.73

6.28
7.49
6.95

6.39
7.60
7.07

6.40
7.71
7.17

6.70
7.96
7.44

6.67
8.01
7.39

6.64
8.08
7.43

6.50
7.96
7.31

6.22
7.81
7.07

6.04
7.76
6.94

5.99
7.72
6.92

5.68
7.50
6.60

9.55

9.54

9.61

9.67

9.63

9.55

9.57

9.42

9.31

9.26

9.12

8.77
9.13
9.67
10.62

8.84
9.13
9.61
10.55

8.95
9.23
9.68
10.59

8.95
9.35
9.74
10.61

8.86
9.32
9.72
10.62

8.78
9.23
9.64
10.56

8.79
9.25
9.67
10.56

8.60
9.13
9.54
10.41

8.55
9.02
9.43
10.24

8.52
9.01
9.40
10.12

8.40
8.89
9.26
9.94

9.25
9.32

9.41
9.42

9.46
9.49

9.68
9.57

9.45
9.43

9.20
9.26

9.36
9.21

8.70
8.79

8.63
8.63

8.62
8.61

8.48
8.52

8.34
4.02

8.24
4.02

8.41
4.36

8.56
4.39

8. 58
4.22

8.50
4.07

8.57
4.14

8.16
3.80

8.00
3.67

8.07
3.65

8.04
3.66

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series l z
22 Aaa
23 Baa
..
24 Bond Buyer series 1 3
CORPORATE BONDS
25 Seasoned issues, all industries14
26
27
28
29

Rating group
Aaa
Aa
A ,
Baa

30
31

Aaa utility bonds * 6
New issues
Recently offered issues. . .

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio lfl
32 Preferred stocks
33 Common stocks
....

86




23. Interest rates in money and capital markets—Continued

A. Annual and monthly averages—Continued
Percent per annum

1976

Instrument

May

June

July

Aug.

1977
Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Money market rates
1 Federal funds 1
Prime commercial paper 2- B
2 90- to 119-day
3 4- to 6-month
4 Finance company caper, directly
placed 3- to 6-month2' 3. . .
5 Prime bankers acceptances, 90-day 3 - 4 .
Large negotiable certificates of 5deposit
6 3-morth, secondary market .
7 3-morth, primary market 6 7
8 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month .
U.S. Treasury bills a- «
Secondary market
9 3-month
10 6-moiith
11 1-year
Auction average
13

a

5.29

5.3i

5". 29

5.25

5.03

4.95

4.65

4.61

4.68

69^4

5.44
5.54

5.83
5.94

5.54
5.67

5.35
5.47

5.33
5.45

5.10
5.22

4.98
5.05

4.66
4.70

4.72
4.74

4.76
4.82

4.75
4.87

5.38
5.53

5.78
5.77

5.53
5.50

5.46
5.32

5.31
5.28

5.08
5.06

4.92
4.90

4.56
4.62

4.64
4.81

4.75
4.83

4.77
4.80

5.55
5.38
5.97

5.84
5.68
6.19

5.53
5.42
5.79

5.37
5.31
5.68

5.32
5.25
5.54

5.13
5.03
5.47

5.01
4.95
5.29

4.66
4.54
5.01

4.82
4.68
5.14

4.65
4.69
5.08

4.83
4.74
5.13

5.20
5.62
5.98

5.41
5.77
6.12

5.23
5.53
5.82

5.14
5.40
5.64

5.08
5.30
5.50

4.92
5.06
5.19

4.75
4.88
5.00

4.35
4.51
4.64

4.62
4.83
5.00

4.67
4.90
5.16

4.60
4.88
5.19

5.185
5.600

6-month

5.48

5.443
5.784

5.278
5.597

5.153
5.416

5.075
5.311

4.930
5.073

4.810
4.944

4.355
4.513

4.597
4.783

4.662
4.896

4.613
4.883

Capital market rates
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Constant maturities 9
1-year
2- year
3-year
.
5-year .
7^year
10-year
20-yea r
30-yecr

7.27
7.59
7.77
7.90
8.13

6.52
7.06
7.32
7.61
7.76
7.86
8.03

6.20
6.85
7.12
7.49
7.70
7.83
8.00

6.00
6.63
6.86
7.31
7.58
7.77
7.91

5.84
6.42
6.66
7.13
7.41
7.59
7.78

5.50
5.98
6.24
6.75
7.16
7.41
7.70

5.29
5.81
6.09
6.52
6.86
7.29
7.64

4.89
5,38
5.68
6.10
6.37
6.87
7.30

5.29
5.90
6.22
6,58
6.92
7.21
7.48

5.47
6.09
6.44
6.83
7.16
7.39
7.64

5.50
6.09
6.47
6 93
7.20
7.46
7.73
7.80

7.35
6.99

7.40
6.92

7.24
6.85

7.04
6.79

6.84
6.70

6.50
6.65

6.35
6.62

5.96
6.39

6.49
6.68

6.69
7.15

6.73
7.20

5.88
7.75
6.87

5.85
7.75
6.87

5.71
7.64
6.79

5.51
7.48
6.61

5.40
7.36
6.51

5.29
7.20
6.30

5.27
7.16
6.29

5.07
6.73
5.94

5.10
6.58
5.87

5.17
6.50
5.89

5.21
6.41
5.89

9.16

9.16

9.08

8.93

8.79

8.71

8.66

8.47

8.41

8.48

8.51

8.58
8.92
9.28
9.86

8.62
8.89
9.24
9.89

8.56
8.81
9.14
9.82

8.45
8.66
8.98
9.64

8.38
8.54
8.81
9.40

8.32
8.48
8.73
9.29

8.25
8.46
8.69
9.23

7.98
8.24
8.53
9.12

7.96
8.16
8.45
9.08

8.04
8.26
8.49
9.12

8.28
8.55
9.12

8.82
8.77

8.72
8.73

8.63
8.63

8.52
8.50

8.29
8.33

8.25
8.24

8.17
8.18

7.94
7.93

8.08
8.09

8.22
8.19

8.25
8.29

8.06
3.76

8.10
3.75

8.08
3.64

7.99
3.74

7.90
3.71

7.80
3.85

7.80
4.04

7.70
3.71

7.54
3.78

7.55
4.00

7.56
4.17

6.40
....

•

Composite11
22 3 to 5 years
23 Over 10 years (long-term)

.. .

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Mootly's series12
24 Aaa
25 Bai
.
26 Bond Buyer series 18

....

CORPORATE BONDS
27 Seasoned issues, all industries 1 4.

28
29
30
31

Rating group
Aaa
Aa
A
Baa
.

32
33

Aaa utility bonds 1 6
New issues
. . .
Recently offered issues

...

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio l e
34 Preferred stocks
35 Common stocks




0.10

87

23. Interest rates in money and capital markets—Continued

A. Annual and monthly averages—Continued
Percent per annum

1977

Instrument

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

1978
Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

Jan,

Money market rates

4.73

5.35

5.39

5.42

5.90

6.14

6.47

6.51

6 0 56

6.70

4.75
4.87

5.26
5.35

5.42
5.49

5.38
5.41

5.75
5.84

6.09
6.17

6.51
6.55

6,54
6,59

6.61
6.64

6.75
6.79

4.81
4.78

5.13
5.34

5.38
5.39

5.38
5.43

5.715.88

6.04
6.16

6.41
6.57

6 49
6.58

6.52
6.60

6.69
6.86

4.81
4.72
5.16

5.20
5.13
5.83

5.42
5.35
5.78

5.41
5.32
5.80

5.91
5.82
6.30

6.18
6.04
6.57

6.24
6.53
7.14

6.68
6.56
7.09

6.72
6.64
7.15

6.93
6.83
7.32

4.54
4.80
5.10

4.96
5.20
5.43

5.02
5.21
5.41

5.19
5.40
5.57

5.49
5.83
5.97

5.81
6.04
6.13

6.16
6.43 i
6.52

6.10
6.41
6.52

6.07
6.40
6.52

6.44
6.70
6.80

4.540
4.790

1 Federal funds *
Prime commercial paper2- 3
2 90- to 1 19-day
3 4- to 6-month
4 Finance company paper, directly placed,
3- to 6-month 2 > 8
5 Prime bankers acceptances 90-day "• *
Large negotiable certificates of deposit
6 3 -month, secondary market s
7 3-month primary market "
8 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month '
U.S. Treasury bills s, «
Secondary market
9 3-month
10 6-month
11
1-year
*
Auction average
12 3-month
13 6-month . . . . ,

4.942
5.193

5.004
5.198

5.146
5.351

5.500
5.810

5.770
5.991

6.188
6.410

6.160
6.433

6.063
6.377

6,448
6.685

Capital market rates
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Constant maturities9
1-year
2-year
3-year
.
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year . . .
30-year

5.44
5.96
6.31
6.79
7.11
7.37
7.67
7.73

Composite ll
22 3 to 5 years
23 Over 10 years (long-term)

5.84
6.25
6.55
6.94
7.26
7.46
7.74
7,80

5.80
6.13
6.39
6.76
7.05
7.28
7.64
7.64

5.94
6.27
6.51
6.84
1.12
7.33
7.60
7.64

6.37
6.61
6.79
7.03
7.24
7.40
7.64
7.68

6.53
6.71
6.84
7.04
7.21
7.34
7.57
7.64

6.97
7.11
7.19
7.32
7.44
7.52
7.71
7.77

6,95
7.14
7.22
7.34
7.46
7.58
7.76
7.85

6.96
7.18
7.30
7.48
7,59
7.69
7.87
7.94

7,28
7.49
7.61
7 77
7.86
7.96
8.14
8.18

6.58
7.14

6.76
7.17

6.58
6.99

6.67
6.97

6.90
7.00

6.92
6.94

7.23
7.08

7,28
7.14

7.40
7.23

7.71
7.50

5.18
6.27
5.73

5.23
6.23
5.75

5.21
6.05
5.62

5.21
6.00
5.63

5.28
5.95
5.62

5.27
5.83
5.51

5.31
5.94
5.64

5.15
5.94
5.49

5.07
5.79
5.57

5.20
5.91
5.71

8.49

8.47

8.38

8.33

8.34

8.31

8.42

8.48

8,54

8,74

....

8.04
8.28
8.55
9.07

8.05
8.28
8.55
9.01

7.95
8.19
8.46
8.91

7.94
8.:I2
8.40
8. (17

7.98
8.17
8.40
8.82

7.92
8.15
8.37
8.80

8.04
8.26
8.48
8.89

8.08
8.34
8.56
8.95

8.19
8.40
8.57
8.99

8.41
8.59
8.76
.9.17

....

8.26
8.22

8.33
8.31

8.08
8.12

8.14
8.12

8.04
8.05

8.07
8.07

8.23
8.22

8,27
8.24

8.34
8.38

8.68
8.60

7.60
4.37

7.63
4.57

7.62
4.60

7.51
4.59

7.55
4.72

7.58
4.82

7.60
4.97

7.67
5.02

7.85
5.11

7.93
5.32

.

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series 1 2
24 Aaa
25 Baa
26 Bond Buyer series 1 8. .

.

..

CORPORATE BONDS
27 Seasoned issues, all industries l *
28
29
30
31

Rating group
Aaa
,
Aa
A. .
Baa

Aaa utility bonds J B
32 New issues
33 Recently offered issues
MEMO: Dividend-price ratio * *
34 Preferred stocks
35 Common stocks
. .

88




.

23. Interest rates in money and capital markets—Continued

A. Annual and monthly averages—Continued
Percent per annum

1978

Instrument

Feb.

Mar.

Apr,

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Money market rates
1 Federal funds 1
Prime commercial paper 2- s
2 90- to 1 19-day
3 4- to 6-month
4 Finance company paper, directly placed,
3- to 6-month 2 > 3
5 Prime bankers acceptances, 90-day 3- 4. .
Large negotiable certificates of6 deposit
6 3-month, secondary market
7
3-month, primary market 6
8 Eurodollar deposits 3-month 7
U.S. Treasury bills a. s
Secondary market
9 3-month .
10 6-month
11 1-year
Auction average
12 3-month
13 6-month

6.78

6.79

6.89

7.36

7.60

7.81

8.04

8.45

8.96

9.76

10.03

6.76
6.80

6.75
6.80

6.82
6.86

7.06
7.11

7.59
7,63

7.85
7.91

7.83
7.90

8.39
8.44

8.98
9.03

10.14
10.23

10.37
10.43

6.74
6.82

6.73
6.79

6.74
6.92

6.98
7.32

7.41
7.75

7.66
8.02

7.65
7.98

8.18
8.54

8.78
9.32

9.82
10.53

10.06
10.55

6.89
6.77
7.28

6.85
6.75
7.27

7.04
6.85
7.38

7.42
7.24
7.82

7.82
7.68
8.33

8.11
8.00
8.52

8.05
7.88.
8.48

8.61
8.42
9.12

9.42
9.17
10.12

10.72
10.12
11.51

10.72
10.41
11.62

6.45
6.74
6.86

6.29
6.63
6.82

6.29
6.73
6.96

6.41
7.02
7.28

6.73
7.23
7.53

7.01
7.44
7.79

7.08
7.37
7.73

7.85
7.99
8.01

7.99
8.55
8.45

8.64
9.24
9.20

9.08
9.36
9.44

6.457
6.740

6.319
6.644

6.306
6.700

6.430
7.019

6.707
7.200

7.074
7.471

7.036
7,363

7.836
7.948

8.132
8.493

8.787
9.204

9.122
9.397

Capital market rates
\

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Constant maturities 9
1-year
2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year

7.34
7.57
7.67
7,83
7.94
8.03
8.22
8.25

7.82
8.01
8.07
8.18
8.25
8.35
8.44
8.43

8.09
8.24
8.30
8.36
8.40
8.46
8.53
8.50

8.39
8.49
8.54
8.54
8.55
8.64
8.69
8.65

8.31
8.37
8.33
8.33
S.38
8.41
8.45
8.47

8.64
8.57
8.41
8.43
8.42
8.42
8.47
8.47

9.14
8.85
8.62
8 61
8.64
8.64
8.69
8,67

10.01
9.42
9.04
8 84
8,80
8.81
8.75
8.75

10.30
9.72
9.33
9.08
9.03
9.01
8.90
8.88

7.76
7.63

7.90
7.74

8.10
7.87

8.31
7.94

8.54
8,09

8.31
7.87

8.38
7.82

8.61
8.07

8.97
8.16

9.23
8.36

5.24
5.82
5.62

Composite * *
22 3 to 5 years
23 Over 10 years (long-term)

7.45
7.74
7.85
7.98
8.86
8.15
8.32
8.34

7.76
7.60

,,,..,

7.31
7.58
7.70
7.86
7.95
8.04
8.21
8.23

5.11
5.85
5.61

5.41
5.88
5.80

5.57
6.14
6.03

5.73
6.44
6.22

5.80
6.45
6.28

5.56
6.54
6.12

5.53
6.63
6.09

5.53
6.18
6.13

5.59
6.65
6.19

5.91
6.76
6.51

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series 12
24 Aaa
25 Baa
26 Bond Buyer series 1 8
CORPORATE BONDS
27 Seasoned issues, all industries l *

8.78

8.80

8.88

9.02

9.13

9.22

9.08

9.04

9.20

9.40

9.49

28
29
30
31

Rating group
Aaa .
Aa
A
Baa. , .

8.47
8.65
8.79
9.20

8.47
8.66
8.83
9.22

8.56
8.73
8.93
9.32

8.69
8.84
9.05
9.49

8.76
8.95
9.18
9.60

8.88
9.07
9.33
9.60

8.69
8.96
9.18
9.48

8.69
8.92
9.11
9.42

8.89
9.07
9.26
9.59

9.03
9.24
9.48
9.83

9.16
9.33
9.53
9.94

32
33

Aaa utility bonds 1 «
New issues.
Recently offered issues

8.69
8.67

8.71
8.67

8.90
8.85

8.95
8.98

9.09
9.07

9.14
9.18

8.82
8.91

8.86
8.86

9.17
9.13

9.27
9.27

9,28
9.41

7.99
5.49

8.07
5.68

8.06
5.42

8.11
5.20

8.31
5.19

8.42
5.25

8.26
4.93

8.24
4.97

8.29
5.11

8.43
5.45

8.84
5.39

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio 1
34 Preferred stocks
35 Common stocks




fl

89

23. Interest rates in money and capital markets- -Continued
B. Weekly averages, 1978
Percent per annum
Week ending

Instrument

Jan. 7

Jan. 14

Jan. 21 Jan. 28

Feb. 4

Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 25

Mar. 4 Mar. 11 Mar. 18

Money market rates
1 Federal funds 1
Prime commercial paper 2- 8
2 90- to 11 9-day
3 4- to 6-month
4 Finance company oaper, directly
placed, 3- to o-month %< 8
5 Prime bankers acceptances, 90-day3- 4 .
Large negotiable certificates of deposit
6 3-month, secondary market 5
7 3-month, primary market 6 7
8 Eurodollar deposits, 83-month
U.S. Treasury bills 3.
Secondary market
9 3-month
10 6-month
11 1-ycar
.
Auction average
12 3-month. ...
. . .
13 6-month

6.69

6.58

6.78

6.72

6.80

6.75

6.76

6.78

6.80

6.76

6.77

6.66
6.69

6.73
6.77

6.82
6.85

6.77
6.83

6.76
6.81

6.76
6.79

6.77
6.80

6.78
6.82

6,75
6. .80

6.75
6.79

6.75
6.79

6.58
6.71

6.65
6.98

6.75
6.89

6.75
6.85

6.75
6.82

6.75
6.81

6.75
6.83

6.73
6.83

6,73
6,80

6,73
6.80

6.73
6.80

6.77
6.70
7.25

6.88
6.85
7.26

7.06
6.89
7.43

6.97
6.88
7.30

6.90
6.82
7.36

6.88
6.75
7.20

6.90
6.75
7.23

6.91
6.75
7.33T

6.88
6.75
7.34

6.87
6.75
7.30

6.83
6.75
7.20

6.20
6.45
6.57

6.60
6.84
6.94

6.48
6.74
6.84

6.44
6.72
6.82

6.42
6.70
6.80

6.44
6.73
6.84

6.48
6.79
'6.90

6.45
6.75
6.88

6.39
6.70
6.84

6.29
6.64
6. HI

6.27
6.61
6.80

6.144
6.423

6.682
6.848

6.535
6.759

6.429
6.709

6.440
6.715

6.476
6.743

6.460
6.755

6.429
6.709

6.349
6.676

6.302
6.624

6.452
6.745

Capital market rates
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Constant maturities 9
1-year
2-year
3-year
5-year.
7-year.
10-year
20-year
30-year

7.03
7.26
7.40
7.59
7.72
7.83
8.01
8.08

7.34
7.55
7,66
7.81
7.89
7.98
8.16
8.19

7.30
7.52
7.65
7.79
7.89
7.98
8.17
8.21

7.28
7.47
7.58
7.74
7.85
7.96
8.17
8.20

7.31
7.52
7.62
7.79
7.91
8.00
8.20
8.24

7.38
7.61
7.71
7.87
7.99
8.08
8.25
8.28

7.38
7.64
7.74
7.90
7.99
8.08
8.25
8.29

7.34
7.59
7.71
7.87
7.95
8.04
8.2i
8.23

7.29
7.56
7.69
7.85
7.94
8.03
8.21
8.23

7.28
7.54
7,64
7.81
7.91
8.00
8.17
8.20

7.52
7.36

Composite * *
22 3 to 5 years
23 Over 10 years (long-term)

7.43
7.59
7.71
7.85
7.93
8.01
8.18
8.21
7.78
7.54

7.75
7.54

7.74
7.55

7.68
7.54

7.71
7.55

7.81
7.63

7.83
7.66

7,78
7.64

7.77
7.62

7,72
7.60

5.15
5.85
5,64

5.25
6.00
5.75

5.20
5.90
5.74

5.20
5.90
5.70

5.30
5 ( 80
5,63

5.27
5.78
5.59

5.20
5.90
5.61

5.20
5.80
5.65

5.15
5. 95
5.63

5.10
5.85
5.58

5.10
5.85
'5.58

8.80

8.81

8.79
8.45
8.66
8.82
9.22

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series12
24 Aaa
25 Baa
26 Bond Buyer series1 '

.

.

....

CORPORATE BONDS
27 Seasoned issues, all industries14

8.64

8.72

8.76

8.79

8.78

8.77

8.77

8.80

28
29
30
31

Rating group
Aaa
Aa
A
Baa,,

8.30
8.51
8.66
9.10

8.40
8.56
8.74
9.16

8.44
8.61
8.77
9.20

8.47
8.65
8.81
9.21

8.46
8.64
8.82
9.20

8.46
8.63
8.76
9.21

8.47
8.63
8.79
9.19

8.49
8.49
8.68 i 8.68
8.82
8.80
9.21
9.21

8.48
8.68
8.83
9.22

32
33

Aaa utility bonds * «
New issues. .
, ,
Recently offered issues

8.48

8.70*
8.65

8.68
8.65

8.62

8.65
8.60

8.69
8.64

8.68

8 71
8.70

8.70

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio ' «
34 Preferred stocks
35 Common stocks . ,
,

7.83
5.15

7.89
5.37

7.96
5.33

8.01
5.42

7,99
5.36

7.99
5.52

7.99
5.52

8.04
5.66

8.06
5,75

8 70
8.65 I
j
8.06
5.72

90




8,64
8.04
5.65

23. Interest rates in money and capital markets—Continued
B. Weekly averages, 1978—Continued
Percent per annum
Week ending
Instrument

Mar. 25 Apr. 1

Apr. 8

Apr. 15 Apr. 22 Apr. 29

May 6 May 13 May 20 May 27

June 3

Money market rates
1 Federal funds l . . . .
Prime commercial paper 2- 3
2 90- to 119-day.
3 4- to 6-month
4 Finance company paper, directly
placed, 3- to 6-month 2 - 3
5 Prime bankers acceptances, 90-day 3- 4 .
Large negotiable certificates of deposit
6 3-month secondary market 6
7 3-morith primary market °. 7. . .
8 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month
U.S. Treasury bills a. a
Secondary market
9
3-month
10 6-month
...
1 1 1-year
Auction average
12 3-month
13 6-month

6.77
6.75
6.80
6.74
6.76
6.84
6.74
7.24

6.82

6.21
6.57
6.77

6.34
6.66
6.89
6.310

6.207
6.547

6.75
6.80
6.75
6.80
6.86
6.74
7.34

6.666

6.86
6.78
6.82

6.74
6.80
6.85

6.75
6.85
6.95
6.80
7.40

6.75
6.84

6.78
6.82
6.86
6.72
6.92

6.99
6.83
7.35

6.94
6.82
7.30

6.37
6.73
6.94
6.417
6.717

6.29
6.70
6.91

6.22
6.70
6.93
6.140

6.373
6.743

6.563

7.00
6.87
6.91
6.74
7.06
7.14
6.95
7.43

7.27
6.94
6,99
6.83
7.18
7.24
7.05
7.63

7.34
7.11
7.15
7.02
7.35
7.45
7.20
7.84

7.43

7.36

6.99
7.05
6.94
7.27
7.27
7.14
7.73

7.15
7.21
7.09
7.45
7.48
7.40
7.86

7.28
7.31
7.23
7.48
7.52
7.40
8.02

6.26
6.80
7.06

6.38
6.90
7.16

6.37
6.99
7.25

6.32
7.03
7.32

6.51
7.13
7.38

6.62
7.14
7.37

6.294
6.777

6.460
6.935

6.464
6.986

6.318
7.014

6.476

6.658

7.32

7.141

7.160

Capital market rates
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
Constant maturities 9
1-year
2-year
3-year
5-year .
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year
..

7.25
7.54
7.65
7.81
7.90
7.98
8.17
8.19

7.39
7.65
7.79
7.94
8.02
8.12
8.27
8.30

7.43
7.71
7.82
7.97
8.04
8.14
8.31
8.32

7.40
7.68
7.81
7,95
8.04
8.15
8,33
8.35

7.42
7.72
7.83
7.96
8.04
8.12
8.30
8.31

7.57
7.87
7.95
8.05
8.13
8.21
8.36
8.38

7.68
7.92
7.99
8.09
8.16
8.28
8.40
8.40

7.78
7.99
8.06
8.17
8.25
8.35
8.44
8.44

7.86
8.01
8.07
8.17
8.26
8.35
8.44
8.42

7.93
8.09
8.15
8.24
8.30
8.39
8.47
8.46

7.92
8.11
8.19
8.27
8.34
8.41
8.49
8.49

7.71
7.60

7.83
7.68

7.87
7.72

7.87
7.74

7.87
7.72

7.98
7.78

8.02
7.82

8.09
7.87

8.10
7.87

8.16
7.90

8.19
7.91

5.10
5.85
5.59

5.10
5.75
5.69

5.40
5.75
5.76

5.40
5,80
5.74

5.40
5.90
5.79

5.45
6.05
5.89

5.45
6.10
5.98

5.55
6.05
5.99

5.55
6.10
5.98

5.75
6.30
6.16

5.75
6.30
6.19

8.78

8.81

8.85

8.87

8.89

8.93

8.95

8.99

9.02

9.07

9.12

8.45
8.63
8.83
9.21

8.48
8.67
8.85
9.25

8.53
8.70
8.88
9.27

8.56
8.72
8.91
9.30

8.57
8.72
8.93
9.33

8.59
8.77
8.98
9.38

8.62
8.79
9.00
9.41

8.65
8.83
9.01
9.46

8.69
8.85
9.04
9.50

8.76
8.87
9.11
9.54

8.79
8.94
9.15
9.60

Aaa utility bonds l 6
32 New issues
.
33 Recently offered issues .

8.61
8.64

8.83
8.75

8.88
8.82

8,88
8,84

8.93
8.84

8.92
8.91

"8:90"

8.87
8.92

8.95
8.98

9.02
9.10

9.05

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio 1 •
34 Preferred stocks
35 Common stocks .
.

8.06
5.64

8.13
5.63

8.13
5.58

8.07
5.55

8.04
5.34

7.99
5.19

7.97
5.23

8.12
5.25

8.13
5.07

8.17
5.21

8.14
5.22

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Composite {!
22 3 to 5 years
23 Over 10 years (long-term)
STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series 1 2
24 Aaa
25 Baa
26 Bond Buyer series 1 8
CORPORATE BONDS
27 Seasoned issues, all industries 1 4

28
29
30
31

Rating group

Aaa
Aa
A
Baa .

.
.




91

23. Interest rates in money and capital markets—Continued
B. Weekly averages, 1978—Continued
Percent per annum
Week ending

Instrument
June 10 June 17 June 24

July 1

JulyS

July 15

July 22

July 29

Aug. 5 Aug. 12 Aug. 19

Money market rates
I Federal funds *
Prime commercial paper 2. a
2 90- to 119-day.
3 • 4- to 6-month
4 Finance company paper, directly
placed, 3- to 6-month 2 > 3
5 Prime bankers acceptances, 90-day 3- 4.
Large negotiable certificates of deposit
6 3-month, secondary market 5
7 3-month, primary market fl. 7 . .
.
8 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month
U.S. Treasury bills 3- «
Secondary market
9 3-month
10 6-month
.
........
1 1 1-year
Auction average
12 3-month
1 3 6-month

7.47

7.49

7.53

7.7ft

7,72

7.72

7.94

7.88

7.89

7.83

7.87

7.41
7.45

7.61
7.66

7.71
7.74

7.76
7.80

7.82
7.88

7.85
7.91

7.88
7.93

7.86
7.92

7.79
7.86

7.77
7.84

7.78
7.86

7.25
7.54

7.38
7.74

7.46
7.89

7.58
7.94

7.63
8.01

7.66
8.06

7.67
8.05

7.67
7.97

7.62
7.89

7,62
7.83

7.65
7.93

7.54
7.35
8.00

7.71
7.59
8.09

7.95
7.77
8.48

8.04
8.00
8.65

8.07
8.00
8.63

8.11
8.00
8.46

8.16
8.00
8.58

8.17 i
8.00
8.50

7.99
7.88
8.41

7.91
7.81
8.28

7.91
7,76
8.32

6.62
7.12
7.36

6.65
7.16
7.46

6.79
7.31
7.64

6.93
7.38
7.72

7.05
7.43
7.75

7.16
7.51
7.82

7.05
7.47
7.82

6.83
7.38
7.78 '

6.80
7.24
7.65

6.79
7.18
7.58

7.12
7.40
7.78

6.626
7.095

6.618
7.121

6.666
7.228

6.967
7.396

7.058
7.447

7.188
7.515

7.113
7.497

6.935 1
7.425 !

6.895
7.362

6.808
7.172

6.887
7.259

Capital market rates
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
14
15
16
k
!7
18
19
20
21

Constant maturities 9
1-year
2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year,
20-year
30-year

Composite l *
22 3 to 5 years . .
...
23 Over 10 years (long-term)

7.89
8.07
8.16
8.25
8.30
8.38
8.47
8.45

8.03
8.13
8.19
8.29
8.35
8.41
8.47
8.45

8.22
8.36
8.40
8.43
8.46
8.49
8.55
8.52

8.32
8.45
8.51
8.49
8.50
8.59
8.63
8,59

8.34
8.45
8.51
8.50
8.52
8.62
8.68
8.63

8.42
8.49 .
8.56
8.56
8.57
8.68
8.72
8.69

8.42
8.50
8.55
8.56
8.56
8.65
8.69
8.66

8.39
8.51
8.55
8.53
8.55
8.63
8.67
8.63

8.23
8.37
8.36
8.36
8.40
8.46
8.49
8.49

8.13
8.21
8.21
8.25
8.32
8.39
8.41
8.45

8.38
8.41
8.37
8.37
8.43
8.48
8.52
8.54

8.18
7.88

8.22
7.89

8.39
7,96

8.50
8.02

8.52
8.06

8.56
8,13

8.55
8,10

8.53
8.08

8.36
7.94

8.22
7,85

8.34
7.93

5.65
6.40
6.18

5.65
6.45
6.16

5.75
6.55
6.26

5.85
6.50
6.29

5.85
6.50
6.31

5.85
6.52
6.32

5.75
6.40
6.26

5,74
6.38
6.24

5.65
6.44
6.12

5.55
6.34
6.03

5,50
6.50
6.19

9.13

9.10

9.12

9.16

9.18

9.21

9.24

9.23

9,16

9.07

9.08

8.74
8.95
9.18
9.63

8.72
8.93
9.16
9.58

8.76
8.94
9.18
9.58

8.82
9.00
9.22
9,58

8.85
9.01
9.26
9.60

8.90
9.06
9.31
9.59

8.89
9.08
9.37
9.59

8.88
9.10
9.36
9,61

S.76
9.03
9.28
9.57

8.66
8.94
9.19
9.48

8.70
8.97
9.17
9.47

9.04
9.06

9.03
8.96

9.13
9.10

9.16
9.18

9.18
9.20

9,17
9.22

9,12
9.19

9.08
9,10

8,90
8.91

8.81
8.89

9.00

8.25
5.07

8.28
5.10

8.34
5.28

8.38
5.32

8.39
5.38

8.48
5.28

8.38
5.18

8.42
5.14

8.26
4.97

8.21
4.90

8.18
4.91

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series x 2
24 Aaa
25 Baa
26 Bond Buyer series 1 8
CORPORATE BONDS
27 Seasoned issues, all industries » *

28
29
30
31

Ratine group
Aaa. .
.
Aa
A. . .
Baa.,..

32
33

Aaa utility bonds i •
New issues .
....
Recently offered issues

..

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio i B
34 Preferred stocks
35 Common stocks

92



23. Interest rates in money and capital markets—Continued
B. Weekly averages, 1978—Continued
Percent per annum
Week ending
Instrument

Aug. 26

Sept, 2

Sept. 9

Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30

Oct. 7

Oct. 14

Oct. 21

Oct. 28

Money market rates
1 Federal funds l
Prime commercial paper a. a
2 90- to 119-day
. .
3 4 - t o 6-month
. . .
...
4 Finance company paper, directly placed, 3- to
6-month 2 > 3
...
3< 4
5 Prime bankers acceptances, 90-day . .
...
Large negotiable certificates of deposit
6 3-month secondary market 5
...
7 3-month, primary market 6
8 Eurodollar deposits 83-month 7
U.S. Treasury bills 3Secondary market
9 3-month
. .
10 6-month
,
.
11
1-year
Auction average
12 3-month . . . ,
13 6- month

8.14

8.28

8.30

8.33

8.36

8.62

8.85

8.71

8.78

9.24

7.88
7.94

7.97
8.03

8.18
8.24

8,39
8.43

8.48
8.51

8.56
8.60

8.70
8.75

8.92
8.97

9.02
9.07

9.13
9.19

7.67
8.07

7.74
8.19

7.98
8.31

8.14
8.44

8.27
8.62

8.37
8.82

8.54
8.89

8.71
9.06

8.80
9.33

8.92
9.59

8.15
7.95
8.66

8.19
7.90
8.61

8.35
8.14
8.88

8.44
8.38
8.85

8.63
8.50
9.09

8.83
8.65
9.41

8.95
8.75
9.58

9.15
9.13
9.74

9.26
9.38
9.91

9.64
9.40
10.31

7.25
7.46
7.79

7.50
7.65
7.86

7.60
7.69
7.86

7.77
7.87
7.95

8.02
•8.10
8.08

7.96
8.28
8.16

8.14
8.39
'8.23

7.98
8.39
8.28

7.89
8.59
8.46

7.70
8.57
8.53

7.267
7.471

7.323
7.550

7.659
7.742

7.695
7.793

7.884
7.979

8.106
8.276

8.161
8.377

8.256
8.422

8.209
8.561

7.900
8.612

Capital market rates
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Constant maturities 9
1-year
2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year . . .
,
30-year

,

8.40
8.44
8.35
8.35
8.36
8.37
8.42
8.45

8.47
8.46
. 8.37
8.39
8.39
8.38
8.43
8.45

8.46
8.45
8.35
8.37
8.35
8.34
8.39
8.41

8.56
8,45
8.34
8.35
8.33
8.31
8.36
8.38

8.72
8.62
8.45
8.46
8.46
8.46
8.49
8.50

8.81
8.73
8.49
8.52
8.54
8.55
8.61
8.59

8.88
8.69
8.50
8.52
8.56
8.58
8.64
8.63

8.93
8.70
8.47
8.49
8.52
8.54
8.61
8.60

9.17
8.80
8.57
8.59
8.63
8.62
8.67
8.66

9.24
8.96
8.69
8.66
8.69
8.69
8.73
8.70

. ..

8.33
7.84

8.36
7.82

8.33
7.77

8.32
7.73

8.40
7.83

8.48
7.94

8.48
7.99

8.47
8.00

8.56
8.06

8.69
8.12

5.60
6.40
6.11

5.50
7.00
6,16

5.50
7.00
6.13

5.40
6.80
6.02

5.60
6.40
6.12

5.60
6.30
6,09

5.50
6.10
6.07

5.50
6.30
6.10

5.50
6.10
6.14

5.60
6.20
6.21

9.07

9.05

9.04

9.01

9.03

9.08

9.10

9.15

9.21

9.29

8.69
8.94
9.16
9.46

8.67
8.91
9.15
9.46

8.67
8,91
9.14
9.43

8.63
8.89
9.10
9.40

8.70
8.92
9.10
9.39

8.77
8.97
9.11
9.46

8.81
8.97
9.14
9.48

8.85
9.04
9.19
9,52

8.88
9.08
9.27
9.60

8.94
9.14
9.38
9.69

8.80
8.87

8.80
8.85

8.77
8.79

8,74
8.73

8.90
8.92

9.06
9.00

9.04
9.04

9.03

9.19
9.15

9.23
9.24

8,22
4.91

8.28
4.97

8.25
4.88

8.27
4.85

8.20
5.07

8.22
5.08

8.19
5.02

8.24
4.91

8.32
5.16

8.39
5.33

...

....

Composite 11
22 3 to 3 years . . .
23 Over 10 years (long-term)
STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series 12
24 Aaa . .
.
25 Baa
26 Bond Buyer series 1 8

...

CORPORATE BONDS
27 Seasoned issues, all industries 1 4
28
29
30
31

Rating group
Aaa.
Aa
A
Baa

32
33

Aaa utility bonds 16
New issues ,
Recently offered issues

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio 1 «
34 Preferred stocks
35 Common stocks




. .

93

23. Interest rates in money and capital markets—Continued
B. Weekly averages, 1978—Continued
Percent per annum
Week ending

Instrument
Nov. 4

Nov. 11

Nov. 18

Nov. 25

Dee. 2

Dec, 9

Dec. 23

Dec. 16

Dec. 30

Money market rates
1 Federal funds 1
Prime commercial paper 2' 3
2 90- to 119-day
3 4- to 6-month . . .
...
4 Finance company paper, directly placed, 3- to
6-month a - 3
5 Prime bankers acceptances, 90-day 3* *
Large negotiable certificates of deposit
6 3-month secondary market 5
7 3-month primary market fl.?
8 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month
U.S. Treasury bills ». «
Secondary market
9 3-month
10 6-month
11 1-year.
. ..
....
Auction average
12 3-month
.
13 6-month

9.29

9.77

9.68

9,68

9.85

9.87

9.79

9.75

10.25

9.62
9.68

10.16
10,27

10.28
10,38

10.13
10.22

10.20
10.28

10.25
10.32

10.29
1©.36

10.45
10.50

10.55
10.61

9.26
10.46

9.87
10.63

9.92
10.47

9.90
10.40

9.89
10,52

9.95
10.38

9.99
10.37

ID. 14
10.78

10.22
10.73

10.10
9.83
11.08

10.77
10.00
11.44

10.34
10.25
11.70

10.59
10.25
11.28

10.66
10.25
11.66

10.64
10.37
11.56

10.53
10.36

10.68
10.51
11.60 !

10.96
10.56
11.95

8.73
9.26
9.17

8.79
9.42
9.32

8.14
9.08
9.08

8.63
9,07
9.12

8.98
9.27
9.29

8.93
9,24
9.32

8.93
9.24
9,28

9.28
9.58
9.61

9.25
9.46
9.65

8.454
8.982

9.028
9.419

8.593
9.291

8.696
8.996

9,166
9,330

8.984
9.220

8.929
9 263

9.237 1
9.524

9.336
9,580

n.33

Capital market rates
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
Constant maturities 9
1-year
2-year . . .
3-year.
5-year
.
7-year. . . .
10-year
20-year, . .
...
30-year

.

Composite * *
22 3 to 5 years
23 Over 10 years (long-term)

.

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

9,95
9.44
9.12
8.89
8.82
8.82
8.80
8.77

9.89
9,31
8.95
8.7SJ
8.70
8.77
8.77.
8.72

9.92
9.35
8.96
8.81
8.78
8.78
8.72
8.73

10.11
9.56
9.16
8.92
8.88
8.85
8.78
8,78

10.14
9.50
9.12
8.89
8.86
8.86
8.79
8.80

10.12
9 54
9,19
8,97
8.95
8.95
8,85
8.86

10,49
9.93
9,52
9.25
9,19
9.14
9.00
8. 98

10.54
9.98
9.59
9,32
9.22
9.14
8.99
8.95

9.05
8,19

9.04
8.21

8.93
8.12

8.87
8.13

9,01
8.21

9.02
8.27

9.12
8.32

9.41
8.44

9.48
8.43

5.70
6.50
6.22

5,65
6.70
6.17

5.50
6.60
6.11

5.55
6.65
6.16

5.55
6.80
6.29

5.70
6.50
6.29

5.85
6.55
6,45

6.05
7.00
6,67

6.05
7.00
6.61

9.39

,

10.16
9.48
9.10
8.86
8,84
8.86
8.80
8.81

9.42

9.40

9.38

9.39

9.40

9,44

9.55

9.62

9.04
9.24
9.46
9.76

9.06
9.27
9.50
9.82

9.02
9.26
9.49
9.83

9.00
9.22
9.46
9.82

9.04
9.22
9.45
9.85

9.06
9.23
9.47
9,85

9.12
9.25
9.49
9.89

9.24
9.40
9.56
9.99

9.27
9.49
9.46
10.08

9.25
9.28

9.30
9.30

9.25
9.24

9.25

9.27
9.28

9.28
9.31

9.29
9.3S

9,54

9.51

8.39
5.38

8,42
5.44

8.57
5.54

8.38
5.42

8.41
5.49

8,69
5.28

8.79
5.39

8.94
5.50

8.92
5,39

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series l z
24 Aaa
25 Baa
26 Bond Buyer series * 3

. . .

CORPORATE BONDS
27 Seasoned issues all industries 1 *
Rating group
28 Aaa
29 Aa
30 A,
.
31 Baa
32
33

., .
.

.

Aaa utility bonds 15
New issues
Recently offered issues

MEMO: Dividend-price ratio 16
34 Preferred stocks
35 Common Stocks

94



. . . .

...

j

24. Stock market—Selected statistics
A. Stock prices and trading
Averages of daily figures

Series

1974

1975

1976

1977

19'14

1978
Jan.

Common stock prices
New York Stock Exchange (Dec. 31,
1965 = 50)
1 Total
2 Industrial. ...
3
Transportation
4 Utility . . .
5 Finance

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

51
55
36
35
64

50
54
36
35
62

52
56
38
35
64

49
53
35
32
58

47
52
33
30
52

47
52
33
29
51

21
95
87
59
72

43 84
48 08
31 89
29 79
49.67

45 73
51 88
30 73
31 45
46.62

54 45
60 44
39 57
36 97
52.94

Standard & Poor's Corporation
(1941^3 = 10)
Total
Industrial
Public utility
Transportation 1 (1970 = 10)
Financial^ (1970 = 10)

82.85
92 91
38.91
11.51
10.17

85.17
96 15
41.21
11.42
9.92

102.01
114 37
48.19
14.17
11.46

98.18
100 48
54.23
14.06
11:63

96.11
106 16
51.64
13.81
11.53

96.11
107 18
48.60
13.04
13.11

93 45
104 13
48 13
12.83
12.75

97 44
108 98
47 90
13.55
12.96

92 46
103 66
44 03
12.84
11.97

89 67
101 17
39 35
12.08
10.85

89 79
101 62
37 46
12.07
10.39

11 American Stock Exchange (Aug. 31,
1973 = 100), total

79.97

83,15

101 63

116 18

144 56

95 32

95 11

99 10

93 57

84 71

82 88

13,883
1,908

18,568
2,150

21,189
2,565

20,936
2,541

28,591
3,922

16,506
2 757

13 517
2 079

14 745
2 123

12,109
1 752

12 512
1 725

12 268
1 561

6
7
8
9
10

Volume of trading (thousands of shares)
12 New York Stock Exchange
13 American Stock Exchange.

53
57
41
40
55

67
84
07
91
23

53
58
43
39
56

76
30
25
23
74

39
77
85
28
80

01
02
26
27
81

15
80
39
22
47

19 74

35
53
62
25
85

14
63
76
20
20

1975

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan,

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

Common stock prices
New York Stock Exchange (Dec. 31,
1965 - 50)
Total
Industrial . . .
....
Transportation
Utility
Finance

43
48
31
27
44

39
44
29
26
40

35
39
25
24
36

36
39
27
26
39

37
41
28
27
41

35
38
26
26
39

38
41
28
29
44

42
46
30
31
47

48
00
21
31
59

44 35
48 63
31 62
3l'04
47 83

44
49
31
30
47

47
52
33
30
52

Standard & Poor's Corporation
(1941-43 = 10)
Total
Industrial
Public utility
Transportation 1 (1970 = 10) . . . . . . .
Financial1 (1970 - 10)

82 82
93.54
35 37
11.22
8 94

76 03
85.51
34.00
10.63
8 09

68 12
76.54
30.93
9.53
7 43

69 44
77.57
33 80
10.03
8 08

71.74
80.17
34.45
10.49
8 86

67.07
74.80
32.85
9.82
8 55

72.56
80.50
38.19
10.38
9 43

80 10
89.29
40,37
11.05
9 92

83.78
93.90
39.55
11.66
9 94

84 72
95.27
38.19
11,77
9 95

90 10
101.05
39 69
11.80
10 64

11 American Stock Exchange (Aug. 31,
1973 - 100), total

77 92

74.97

65.70

66.78

63.72

59.88

68.31

76.08

79.15

82.03

86.94

Volume of trading (thousands of shares)
12 New York Stock Exchange
13 American Stock Exchange

12 459
1^610

12 732
1,416

13 998
1,808

16 396
1,880

14 341
1,832

15 007
2,359

19 661
2,117

22 311
2 545

22 680
2 665

20 334
2*302

21 785
2 521

I
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

27
35
01
50
23

86
19
41
72
11

69
29
86
94
42

62
81
26
76
28

98
24
40
60
89

41
32
02
18
27

56
29
12
55
85

1975

9]
74
70
01
35

35
63
62
25
85

19 76

June

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

Common stock prices
New York Stock Exchange (Dec. 31,
1965 = 50)
Total . . . .
Industrial
..
Transportation
Utility
Finance
... . .

49
54
32
32
52

22
61
38
79
20

49 54
54 96
32 90
32.98
52 21

45
50
30
31
46

44
50
29
30
43

97
05
46
65
38

46.87
52 26
30 79
31 87
44 36

47.64
52 91
32 09
32 99
45 10

46.78
51 89
31 61
32.75
43 86

51.31
57 00
35 78
35 23
48 83

53.73
59 79
38 53
36.12
52.06

54.01
60 30
39 17
35.43
52 61

54,28
60 72
38 66
35.69
52 71

Standard & Poor's Corporation
(1941-43 = 10)
Total
.
Industrial
Public utility
Transportation 1 (1970 = 10)
Financial1 (1970 — 10)

92 40
103 68
43 65
11.68
11 01

92 49
103 84
43.67
11.84
10 84

85 71
96 21
41.04
10.97
9 75

84 62
94 96
40 53
10.94
9 10

88 57
99 29
42.59
11.46
9 31

90 07
100 86
43 77
11.82
9 64

88 74
94 89
43.25
11.69
9 50

96 86
108 45
46 99
13.11
10 35

100 64
113 43
47.22
13.82
11 06

101 08
113 73
45.67
13.97
11 24

101 93
114 67
46.07
14.02
11 38

90 57

93.28

85 74

84 26

83.46

85.60

82.50

91 47

100.58

104.04

103 . 00

21,286
2,743

20,076
2,750

13,404
1,476

12,717
1,439

15,893
1,629

16,795
1,613

15,859
1,977

32,794
3,070

31,375
4,765

23,069
3,479

18,770
2,368

11 American Stock Exchange (Aug. 31,
1973 = 100), total
Volume of trading (thousands of shares)
12 New York Stock Exchange
13 American Stock Exchange




71
71
08
02
55

95

24, Stock market—Selected statistics—Continued
A. Stock prices and trading—Continued
Averages of daily figures

1977

1976

Series

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

53.87
60.22
39.71
35.40
50.99

54.23
60.70
40.41
35.16
51.82

55.68
62.11
42.12
36.49
54.06

55.06
61.09
40.63
37.56
54.22

56.29
62.35
40.36
38.77
54.52

54.43
60.07
38,37
38,33
52,74

54.17
59.45
39.28
38.85
53.25

54.34
61,54
41,77
40.61
57.45

56.23
61.26
41.93
41.13
57.86

54.93
59.65
40.59
40.86
55.65

54.67
59.56
40.52
40.18
54.84

101.16
113.76
45.70
14.26
10,97

101.78
114.50
45.61
14.53
11.26

104.20
117.01
47.48
14.94
11.83

103.29
115.63
48.81
14.47
11.97

105.45
117.87
50.50
14.32
11,96

101.89
114.15
50.63
13.58
11.53

101.19
112.96
50.55
13.99
11.58

104.66
116.33
53.01
14.97
12.42

103.81
115.17
54.01
14.85
12,30

100.96
112.14
52.82
14.12
11.75

100.57
111.88
52.14
14.08
11.57

103.65

103.57

105.24

102.79

102.92

98.99

99.20

104,06

111.04

112.17

111.77

Volume of trading (thousands of shares)
12 New York Stock Exchange
17,796
13 American Stock Exchange
2,127

18,965
2,177

18,977
2,280

15,758
1,605

18,892
1 ,902

17,397
1,700

19,370
2,211

23,621
3,095

23,887
3,270

20,971
2,830

18,900
2,580

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Common stock prices
New York Stock Exchange (Dec, 31,
1965 - 50)
Total
Industrial.
Transportation
Utility
......
Finance
Standard & Poor's Corporation
(1941-43 = 10)
Total . . .
.
Industrial
Public utility J
Transportation (1970 — 10)
Financial1 (1970 ^10)

11 American Stock Exchange (Aug. 31,
1973 — 100) total

1978

1977
Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

53.92
58.47
41.51
40.24
54.30

53.96
58.13
43.25
41.14
54.80

54.30
58.44
43.29
41.59
55.29

54.94
58.90
43.52
42.44
57.29

53.51
57.30
41.04
41.50
56.52

52.66
56.41
39.99
40.93
55.33

51.37
54.99
38.33
40.38
53.24

51.87
55.62
39.30
40.33
54.04

51,83
55.55
39.75
40.36
53.85

49.89
53.45
39.15
39.09
50.91

49.41
52.80
38.70
39.02
50.60

Standard & Poor's Corporation
(1941-43 « 10)
Total
Industrial
Public utility
Transportation 1 (1970 - 10)
Financial1 (1970 = 10)

99.05
109.89
52.57
14.38
11,41

98.76
109.10
53.68
15.00
11.59

99.29
109.46
55.29
14.82
11.74

100.18
110.12
56.95
14.68
12.11

97.75
107.50
55.42
13.74
11.95

96.23
105.94
54.61
13.45
11.61

93.78
103.22
54.26
12.97
11.09

94.28
103.71
54.46
13.23
11.25

93.82
103.13
54.54
13.34
11.15

90.28
99.34
52.40
13.13
10.46

88.98
97.95
51.60
12.99
10.33

11 American Stock Exchange (Aug. 31,
1973 — 100) total

111.70

113.72

116.28

122,03

119.33

118.08

115.41

117.80

124.88

121.73

123,35

Volume of trading (thousands of shares)
21,214
12 New York Stock Exchange
2,500
13 American Stock Exchange

20,277
2,440

22,007
2.720

23,656
2,880

18,831
2,140

18,270
2,080

19,689
2,080

23,687
2,062

21,475
3,008

20,388
2,254

19,400
2,300

I
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Common stock prices
New York Stock Exchange (Dec. 31f
1965 = 50)
Total
Industrial
Transportation
Utility .
Finance

1978
Mar.

Apr.

May

Tune

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

56.40
61.60
46.70
39.44
60.42

52.74
57.50
41.80
37.88
54.95

53.69
58.72
42.49
38.09
55.73

1
3
3
4
5

Common stock prices
New York Stock Exchange (Dec. 31, 19e>S = 50)
Total
Industrial. , .
.
Transportation
Utility
Finance. . .

49.50
52.77
38.95
39.26
51.44

51.75
55.48
41.19
39.69
55.04

54.49
59,14
44.21
39.47
57.95

34.83
39.63
44.19
39.41
58.31

54.61
59.35
44.74
39.28
57.97

58.53
64.07
49.45
40.20
63.28

58.58
64.23
50.19
39.82
63.22

6
7
8
9
10

Standard & Poor's Corporation (1941-43 = 10)
Total
Industrial
Public utility 1
Transportation (1970 = 10)
Financial 1 (1970 = 10)

88.82
97.65
51.72
12.70
10,50

92.71
102.07
52.16
13.30
11.20

97.41
107.70
51.71
14.01
11.87

97.66
107,96
52.25
13.88
1,1.87

97.19
107.39
52.32
14.00
11.75

103.92
114.99
53.35
15.41
12.85

103.86
115.11
52.54
15.46
12.76

100.58
94.71
111.56 105.23
51.28 ; 49.04
14.62
13.17
11.21
12.23

96,10
106.92
49.32
13.10
11.36

1 1 American Stock Exchange (Aug. 31, 19*73 = 100),
126.11
total
. .

133.67

142.26

147.64

149.87

162.52

170.95

160.14

144.17

149.94

Volume of trading (thousands of shares)
12 New York Stock Exchange
13 American Stock Exchange

34,780
4,151

35,261
4,869

30,514
4,220

27,074
3,496

37,603
5,526

33,612
5,740

31 ,020
4,544

24,505
3,304

24,622
3,430

96




22,617
2,940

24. Stock market—Selected statistics—Continued

B. Customer financing
End-of-period balances, millions of dollars
19 74

Series

Jan,

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

1 Regulated J margin credit at brokers-dealers and
banks

6,343

6,462

6,527

6,567

6,380

6,297

5,948

2 Brokers, total 2
3 Margin stocks
4 Convertible bonds
5 Subscription issues
6 Banks, total
7 • Margin stocks
8 Convertible bonds
9
Subscription issues

5,323
5 130
182
11
1,020
961
45
14

5,423
5,230
183
10
1,039
977
46
16

5,519
5,330
180
9
1,008
944
48
16

5,558
5,370
179
9
1,009
952
44
13

5,360
5,180
172
9
1,020
963
44
13

5,260
5,080
172
8
1,037
991
34
12

4,925
4,760
158
7
1,023
978
33
12

10 Unregulated nonmargin stock credit at banks 3 . . .

1,845

1,843

1,869

1,868

1,858

2,072

2,091

MEMO; Free credit balances at brokers4
11 ^Margin accounts
12 Cash accounts

445
1,670

420
1,610

425
1,590

415
1,440

395
1,420

395
1,360

. . .
.

. .
. ,

1974

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

5,625

5,097

4,996

4,672
4,510
156
6
953
912
29
12

4,173
4,020
148
5
924
881
31
12

4,080
3,930
145
5
916
872
32
12

2,119

2,060

2,024

405
1,395

430
1,385

440
1,355

435
1,420

May

June

July

Aug.

1975

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Regulated 1margin credit at brokers-dealers and
banks

4,994

4,836

4,934

5,099

5,244

5,407

5,666

5,984

6,265

6,197

2 Brokers, total 2
3 Margin stocks
4 Convertible bonds
5 Subscription issues
6 Banks, total
7 Margin stocks
8 Convertible bonds
9 Subscription issues

4,103
3,960
139
4
891
851
29
11

3,980
3,840
137
3
856
815
30
11

4,086
3,950
134
2
848
806
29
13

4,269
4,130
136
830
783
34
13

4,400
4,180
134
6
844
800
30
14

4,583
4,360
138
5
824
781
30
13

4,847
4,700
140
7
819
779
27
13

5,140
4,990
146
4
844
805
28
11

5,446
5 300
143
3
819
780
29
10

5,365
5,220
142
3
832
791
30
11

10 Unregulated nonmargin stock credit at banks 3 . . .

2,053

2,064

1,919

1,897

1,882

1,885

1,883

2,434

2,387

2,457

MEMO : Free credit balances at brokers 4
11 Miirgin accounts
12 Cash accounts

410
1,450

410
1,425

410
1,450

480
1,610

515
1,770

505
1,790

520
1,705

520
1,790

555
1,710

515
1,500

.
. ...

Apr.

19 75

19 76

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan,

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

1 Regulated 1margin credit at brokers-dealers and
banks

6,251

6,455

6,527

6,500

6,552

7,144

7,632

7,933

8,110

8,128

2 Brokers total
3 Margin stocks 2
4 Convertible bonds
5 Subscription issues
6 Banks total
7 Margin stocks
8 Convertible bonds
9 Subscription issues

5 399
5,250
145
4
852
811
30
10

5 448
5,300
144

5 519
5,370
146

1,008
958
37
13

5 568
5 420
146
2
984
931
;
34
19

6 106
5 950
153
3
1,038
984
34
20

6 575
6 410
162
3
1,057
1,004
33
20

6 856
6,690
163
3
1,077
1,025
33
19

7 103
6 940
161
2
1,007
957
31
19

7 248
7,080
166

1,007
956
36
15

5 540
5,390
147
3
960
909
36
15

10 Unregulated nonmargin stock credit at banks 8 . .

2,520

2,311

2,270

2,281

2,276

2,332

2,355

2,325

2,357

2,228

MEMO: Free credit balances at brokers*
1 1 Margin accounts
12 Cash accounts

470
1,455

545
1,495

490
1,470

475
1,525

655
1,975

685
2,065

595
1,935

570
1,740

540
1,655

540
1,680




. .

880
836
29
16

97

24. Stock market—Selected statistics—Continued

B. Customer financing—Continued
End-of-period balances, millions of dollars
1976

Series
July

Aug.

Sept.

1 Regulated margin credit at brokers-dealers and
banks »

8,394

8,498

8,786

2 Brokers, total 2
3 Margin stocks
4 Convertible bonds
5 Subscription issues
6 Banks, total
7 Margin stocks
8 Convertible bonds
9 Subscription issues

7,519
7 340
172
3
875
832
27
16

7,620
7 450
167
5
878
834
28
16

7,707
7 530
174
3
1 079
1,030
34
15

10 Unregulated nonmargin stock credit at banks 3 . . ,

2,200

2,278

2,154

MEMO: Free credit balances at brokers4
11 Margin accounts
12 Cash accounts

530
1,635

555
1,605

555
1,710

. .

1977

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

8,771

8,654

9,011

9,301

9,523

9,701

9,885

7,704
7 530
169
6
1 067
1,018
34
15

7 790
7 610
178
2
864
814
36
14

B 166
7 96*0
204
2
845
800
30
15

8 469
8 270
*196
3
832
788
27
17

8 679
8 480
197
2
§44
799
28
17

8 891
8 690
199
2
810
767
25
18

9 078
8 880
196
2
807
764
25
18

2,253

2,312

2,283

2,312

2,319

2,312

2,350

610
1,580

615
1 740

585
1 855

645
1 930

605
1 815

605
1 720

615
1,715

J9 78

1977
May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

10,068

10,305

10,542

10,648

10,674

10,638

10,731

10,866

10,690

10,901

..

9,267
9,070
196
]
801
761
25
15

9,432
9 230
198
4
873
827
26
20

9,667
9 460
204
3
875
829
26
20

9,763
9 560
196
7
885
841
24
20

9,793
9 590
196
7
881
836
26
19

9,756
9 560
192
4
882
835
29
18

9,859
9 610
246
3
872
826
29
17

9,993
9 740
250
3
873
827
30
16

9,839
9 590
246
3
851
809
27
15

10,024
9,780
242
2
877
838
25
14

10 Unregulated nonmargin stock credit at banks 3 . . .

2,345

2,551

2,568

2,587

2,581

2,579

2,604

2,568

2,565

2,544

MEMO: Free credit balances at brokers*
11 Margin accounts . .
12 Cash accounts
...

625
1,710

595
1,805

600
1,860

605
1 745

600
1 745

615
1,850

630
1 845

640
2,1)60

€60
1,925

635
1,875

1 Regulated margin credit at brokers-dealers and
banks i
2 Brokers, total
3 Margin stocks "
4 Convertible bonds
5 Subscription issues
6 Banks, total
7 Margin stocks
8 Convertible bonds
9 Subscription issues

. . .

1978

Mar.

Apr.

1 Regulated 1margin credit at brokers-dealers and
banks

11,027
10,172
9 920
250
2
855
824
24
7

10,510
10 260
248
2
914
882
25
7

10 Unregulated nonmargin stock credit at banks 3 . . .

2,544
630
1,795

715
2,170

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

10,906
10 660
245
1

11,332
11 090
242

11,438
11 190
247
1

11,984
11 740
243
1

12,626
12 400
225
1

12,307
12 090
216
1

11,209
11,000
209

1 1 , 036
10,830
205
1

755
2,395

700
2,300

710
2,295

795
2,555

825
2,655

885
2,465

790
2,305

835
2,510

2,560

MEMO: Free credit balances at brokers 4
11 Margin accounts
12 Cash accounts

June

11,424

2 Brokers, total
3 Margin stocks^
4 Convertible bonds
5 Subscription issues
6 Banks total
7 Margin stocks
8 Convertible bonds
9 Subscription issues

May 6

98




. . .

24. Stock market—Selected statistics—Continued
C. Margin-account debt at brokers
Percentage distribution, end of period
19 74

Series

Feb.

Jan.
1 Total
By equity class 2
Less than 40 percent
40-49
50-59
60-69
70-79
80 percent or more

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

100 0

2
3
4
5
6
7

. .

.

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

24
25
22
14
8
5

23
28
22
13
7
5

27
30
19
11
7
5

37
26
16
10
6
4

45
23
13
8
5
4

49
21
12
7
5
4

47
22
13
8
4
4

56
18
11
6
4
3

58
18
10
6
4
3

36
27
16
9
5
4

0
8
6
2
0
5

3
0
6
3
4
4

1
2
4
4
0
0

1
5
5
0
0
4

3
3
7
5
1
2

1
8
6
7
o
0

Dec.

100 0

100 0

42
24
14
8
5
4

.

8
4
8
5
1
2

3
0
2
1
o
5

4
3
8
4
5
6

Jan.

Nov.
1 Total
By equity class 2
Less than 40 percent
40-49
50-59
..
60-69
70-79
. . .
80 percent or more

3
4
2
6
o
5

19 75

1974

2
3
4
5
6
7

9
2
3
0
g
0

45
23
13
8
4
• 4

4
0
9
8
6
3

1

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

21 0
28.0
25 0
14 0
7 0
6.0

18 0
29.0
25 0
15 0
7 0
6.0

17 0
26.0
28 0
15 0
8 0
6.5

16 0
24.0
29 0
16 0
8 0
7.0

13 0
21.0
32 0
17 0
9 0
7.0

11
20
33
18
10
7

18
30
24
14
8
6

25
31
21
11
7
6

1975

0
0
0
0
0
0

Aug.

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

19 76

Sept.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

100.0

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

27 0
31.0
20 0
11 0
7 0
5 0

1 Total
By equity class z \
Less than 40 percent
40-49
50-59
. . . .
60-69
70-79
80 percent or more

2
3
4
5
6
7

Oct.

25 0
30.0
22 0
11 0
7 0
5 0

24 0
29.0
23 0
12 0
7 0
5 0

25 0
29.0
22 0
12 0
7.0
5 0

16.0
29.0
21.0
18 0
9.0
7 0

15.3
22.6
29.0
17 4
8.9
7 8

16.0
25.0
29.0
16 0
8.0
6 0

15 4
30.2
27 7
12 9
7 7
6 1

16 6
34.2
23 8
12 4
7 2
5 8

14 0
25.4
32 2
14 4
7 7
6 3

19 76

1977

July

.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

100 0

1 Total
By equity class 2
Less than 40 percent
40-49
50-59
60-69
70-79

2
3
4
5
6

Aug.
100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

100 0

14 0
31 1
27.7
13,0
8 0
6.1

18 2
34 0
22.0
12.7
6 9
5.7

12 0
29.9
29.0
14.1
8 0
7.0

15 6
34.4
24.6
12.6
7 2
5.7

14 0
32.0
27 0
13.0
8.0
6.0

12 0
23.0
35 0
15.0
9 0
6.0

15 0
29.0
28.0
13.0
8.0
6.0

18 0
35.0
23 0
12,0
7 0
5.0

16 0
37.0
23 0
12 0
7 0
5.0

16 0
34.1
25 4
12 0
7 0
5.0

19 77

1978

May

I Total
By equity class "
Less than 40 percent
40-49
50-59
60-69
70-79. ,

2
3
4
5
6

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

100.0
.

June
100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

18 0
37.0
23 0
11 0
6.0
5.0

13 0
27.0
33.0
13 0
8.0
6.0

16 0
33.0
26,0
12 0
7.0
6.0

18.0
33.0
26.0
12.0
7.0
5.0

18.0
36.0
23.0
11.0
7.0
5.0

26.0
35.0
18.0
10.0
6.0
4.0

17.0
33.0
26.0
12.0
7.0
5.0

19 0
34.0
24.0
11 0
7.0
5.0

25 0
34.0
20 0
10 0
6.0
5.0

25 0
34.0
20 0
10 0
6.0
5.0

19 78

Mar.
1 Total
By equity class 2
3
4
5
6

40-49
50-59
60-69
70-79




Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

100 0

100 0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100 0

100 0

100 0

21.0
33 0
24.0
11 0
6 0
5.0

15.0
32 0
27.0
13.0
7 0
6.0

15.0
33.0
26.0
13.0
7 0
6,0

16.0
34.0
26.0
12.0
7.0
5.0

13.0
34.0
25.0
14.0
8.0
6.0

12.0
34.0
23.0
16.0
9.0
6.0

15.0
36.0
23.0
13.0
7.0
6.0

47.0
20 0
15.0
8.0
5 0
5.0

32.0
27.0
20.0
10.0
6 0
5.0

33.0
28 0
18.0
10.0
6.0
5.0

99

24. Stock market—Selected statistics—Continued

D. Special miscellaneous-account balances at brokers 1
End of period

19 74

Item

Jan.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept,

Oct.

6,740

6,780

6,530

6,540

6,540

6,700

6,780

7,000

7,250

38.3

39 4

40 0

39.6

37.8

40.3

40.2

39.9

40 7 '

40.9

42.7
18.0

Distribution by equity status (percent)
2 Net credit status
Debit status, by equity
3 60 percent or more
4 Less than 60 percent

Mar.

6,600

1 Total balances (millions of dollars)

Feb.

43 3
24.9

41.2
18.9

42.3
19.4

40.0
22.2

37.4
22.4

36.5
23.2

34.0
26.0

31 2
27.0

35.1
24.0

19 75

1974

Nov.

Distribution by equity status (percent)
2 Net credit status
Debit status, by equity
3 60 percent or more
. .
4 Less than 60 percent.
,

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

7,010

7,190

7,300

7,280

7,510

7,600

7,880

7,770

7,490

40 0
...

Jan.

6,930

1 Total balances (millions of dollars)

Dec.

41 1

41 1

42.2

44.4

45.2

44.5

45.9

45 6

43 5

34 6
25.3

32 4
26 5

39 3
19.8

40 1
17.8

40.1
15.5

41 1
13,7

43.2
12.3

43 1
11.0

41 I
13.1

40 6
16.0

19 76

1975
Sept.

Dec.

Jan,

Feb.

Mar.

Apr,

May

June

7,360

7,430

7,290

7,770

8,040

8,050

7,990

8,030

8,150

45 3

44 4

45 3

43 8

45 8

44 4

43 8

42.7

41 4

40 6

38 9
15.8

Distribution by equity status (percent)
2 Net credit status
.
Debit status, by equity
3 60 percent or more
4 Less than 60 percent

Nov.

7,520

1 Total balances (millions of dollars)

Oct.

40 1
15 5

40 2
14.5

4)3 8
1,5.4

43 9
10.3

44 7
10.9

45.7
10.5

45 5
11.8

46 2
12.4

49 0
10.5

19 76
July

Aug.

Sept.

19 77

Oct.

Dec.

Nov.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

"
1 Total balances (millions of dollars)
Distribution by equity status (percent)
2 Net credit status
Debit status, by equity
3 60 percent or more
4 Less than 60 percent
,

.

8,300

8,320

8,550

8,560

8,580

8,780

9,070

9,170

9,360

9,300

40 5

. ...

42 1

42 4

42 6

41 1

41 3

42 3

42 9

42 3

41 4

48 7
10 ' 8

46 5
11 4

47 4
10 2

45 3
12.0

46 8
12 1

47 8
10 9

46 6
11 1

45 5
11.6

46 0
12 7

46 3
12.3

19 77

Distribution by equity status (percent)
2 Net credit status
Debit status, by equity
3 60 percent or more , .
..
4 Less than 60 percent

9,470

41 1
. .

June

9,360

1 Total balances (millions of dollars)

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

9,640

9,640

9,710

9,910

9,880

10,150

41 1

41 7

42 8

41 8

43,4

42 4

42 0

46.2
12.4

45 9
12.4

43 8
13.4

45.5
12.7

44.9
11.7

43 6
14.0

43 0
14.0

Aug.
"""" ~~
9,660
9,730
July

May

41 0

40 9

46.3
12.6

47 8
11.2

47 1
12.0

19 78

19 78

Mar.
1 Total balances (millions of dollars)
Distribution by equity status (percent)
2 Net credit status
Debit status, by equity
3 60 percent or more
. . .
4 Less than 60 percent

100



Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

10,190

10,212

10,516

10,670

11,428

12,348

12,591

13,183

13,006

13,092

42 6

41 9

42 6

40 2

41 6

41 2

41 6

40,0

39 6

41 3

43 7
13 5

46 2
11 9

46.0
11 4

47.8
12 0

48 0
10 4

49 4
9 4

48.4
10 0

46.1
13 9

46 5
14 0

45.1
13,6

25. Selected assets and liabilities of savings institutions
Millions of dollars, end of period

1974

Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Savings and loan associations
274,400 277,180 280,422 282,944 286,345 287,968 290,057 291,096 291,488 293,268 295,197 295,545

1 Assets

232,608 234,053 236,137 238,645 241,262 243,399 245,134 246,710 247,620 248,185 248,707 249,301
2 Mortgages
3 Cash and1 investment securities
22,405 23,355 24,000 23,554 23,717 23,017 23,068 22,096 21,181 22,143 23,268 23,251
19,387 19,772 20,285 20,745 21 , 366 21,552 21,855 22,290 22,687 22,940 23,222 22,993
4 Other
274,400 277,180 280,422 282,944 286,345 287,968 290,057 291,096 291,488 293,268 295,197 295,545

5 Liabilities and net worth
6
7
8
9
10
11

Savings capital
Borrowed money
FHLBB
Other
Loans in process
Other

. 229,151 230,982 235,160 234,943 235,456 238,149 237,668 236,512 237,922 238,350 239,580 242,974
16,732 16,497 16,715 18,144 19,336 20,324 21,682 22,862 24,104 24,508 24,510 24,780
14,994 14,749 14,828 15,841 16,604 17,461 18,363 19,413 20,492 21,108 21,212 21,508
3,612
1,887
2,732
3,319
3,449
3,272
1,738
1,748
2,863
3,400
2,303
3,298
4,490
5,051
4,886
4,607
4,374
4,300
5,049
4,253
3,479
4,806
3,244
3,840
6,622
6,862
7,829
6,609
7,002
7,341
8,480
7,715
8,731
6,105
8,119
8,945

12 Net worth 2

17,281

13 MEMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding «. .

17,572

17,435

17,710

18,022

17,837

18,106

18,384

18,207

18,451

18,683

18,442

9,781

10,731

12,006

12,918

12,480

11,732

10t844

9,851

9,126

8,127

7,723

7,454

Mutual savings banks
107,083 107,877 108,876 108,722 108,295 108,654 108,660 108,383 108,420 108,313 108,809 109,550

14 Assets
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Loans
Mortgage
Other
. . .
Securities
U.S. government
State and local government
Corporate and other 4
Cash
Other assets . . .

22 Liabilities

. . .

73,440
4,161

73,647
4,584

73,957
4,825

74,181
4,425

74,011
4,388

74,281
4,274

74,541
4,311

74,724
4,031

74,790
4,087

74,835
3,981

74,913
4,226

74,891
3,812

2,925

2,846

2,851

2,852

2,750

2,758

2,650

2,604

2,574

2,525

2,553

2,555

936
21,623
1,686
2,312

. 942
21,923
1,618
2,316

934
22,302
1,634
2,373

951
22,366
1,601
2,347

893
22,241
1,656
2,355

880
22,324
1,651
2,488

884
22,383
1,402
2,487

879
22,292
1,334
2,519

876
22,218
1,303
2,573

870
22,190
1,303
2,608

877
22,201
1,406
2,633

930
22,550
2,167
2,645

107,083 107,877 108,876 108,722 108,295 108,654 108,660 108,383 108,420 108,313 108,809 109,550

23 Deposits B
. .
24 Regular
25
Ordinary savings
26
Time and other
27 Other
28 Other liabilities
29 General reserve accounts. . . .

96,792
96,313
64,741
31,572
479
2,665
7,626

97,276
96,834
64,926
31,907
442
2,919
7,681

98,557
98,073
65,732
32,342
483
2,595
7,724

98,035
97,506
65,076
32,430
529
2,943
7,744

97,391
96,872
64,484
32,388
519
3,173
7,731

98,190
97,641
64,826
32,815
549
2,688
7,776

97,713
97,120
64,245
32,876
593
3,144
7,803

97,067
96,474
63,579
32,895
593
3,475
7,841

97,425
96,793
63,591
33,202
632
3,089
7,906

97,252
96,719
63,437
33,282
533
3,158
7,904

97,582
97,168
63,699
33,499
414
3,291
7,936

98,701
98,221
64,286
33,935
480
2,888
7,961

30 MEMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding «. ,

3,196

3,153

3,168

3,193

3,151

3,031

2,968

2,839

2,668

2,301

2,182

2,040

Life insurance companies
253,858 255,057 256,220 256,385 257,304 258,034 258,712 258,508 258,116 261,183 262,253 263,349

31 Assets
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

Securities
Government . . , , .
United States '
State and local
Foreign 8 .
Business
Bonds
Stocks

39
40
41
42

Mortgages
Real estate
Policy loans
Other assets

10,568 10,595 10,824 10,701 10,721 10,701 10,774 10,814 10,773 10,801 10,820 10,900
3,327
3,430
3,394
3,372
3,364
3,390
3,411
3,416
3,596
3,343
3,341
3,349
3,502
3,577
3,626
3,436
3,600
3,603
3,485
3,540
3,549
3,618
3,620
3,667
3,702
3,699
3,821
3,743
3,756
3,775
3,828
3,851
3,861
3,810
3,750
3,840
120,375 121,036 121,306 121,022 121 ,092 120,848 120,603 119,294 117,873 112,228 120,297 119,637
94,646 95,284 95,538 95,674 96,266 96,387 96,865 97,051 97,151 97,818 98,250 97,717
25,729 25,752 25,768 25,348 24,826 24,461 23,738 22,243 20,722 22,410 22,047 21,920
81,666
7,726
20,353
13,170

81,918
7,742
20,483
13,283

82,180
7,759
20,643
13,508

82,470
7,800
20,819
13,573

82,734
7,860
12,056
13,841

83,225
7,904
21,305
14,051

83,657
7,957
21,563
14,158

84,082
8,037
21,867
14,414

84,427
8,100
22,175
14,768

85,016
8,140
22,473
14,525

85,481
8,207
22-, 676
14,772

86,234
8,331
22,862
15,385

Credit unions
43 Total assets/liabilities and
capital

28,187

28,581

29,256

29,474

30,063

30,578

30,385

30,535

30,968

31,130

31,556

31,948

44 Federal
45 State

14,452
13,735

14,667
13,914

15,049
14,207

15,192
14,282

15,527
14,536

15,865
14,713

15,739
14,646

15,847
14,688

16,113
14,855

16,198
14,932

16,419
15,137

16,715
15,233

21,563
10,988
10,575
24,630
12,622
12,008

21,546
10,993
10,553
24,940
12,790
12,150

21,673
11,084
10,589
25,569
13,138
12,431

21,868
11,180
10,688
25,742
13,264
12,478

22,236
11,394
10,842
26, 177
13,521
12,656

22,744
11,694
11,050
26,661
13,829
12 , 832

23,109
11,865
11,244
26,474
13,736
12,738

23,736
12,213
11,523
26,418
13,703
12,715

24,118
12,449
11,669
26,696
13,867
12,829

24,238
12,534
11,704
26,839
13,955
12,884

24,305
12,607
11,698
27,191
14,140
13,051

24,432
12,730
11,702
27,518
14,370
13,148

. . .

46 Loans outstanding
47 Federal
4 8 State
. . . .
49 Savings
50 Federal (shares) . . . .
51 State (shares and deposits) .




101

25. Selected assets and liabilities of savings institutions—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1975

Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Savings and loan associations
298,378 301,475 304,926 308,606 314,033 317,948 322,760 326,451 329,028 333,263 336,874 J 338,233

1 Assets

2 Mortgages . . . .
. . . . . . 249,718 250,823 252,433 254,711 257,886 2611,300 264,411 267,658 270,529 273,513 275,827 ! 278,590
3 Cash and investment secu1
25,385 26,995 28,293 29,032 30,629 30,858 32,026 31,663 30,751 31,613 32,455 30,853
rities
4 Other
23,275 23,657 24,200 24,863 25,518 25,790 26,323 27,130 27,748 28,137 28,592 28,790
298,378 301,475 304,926 308,606 314,033 317,948 322,760 326,451 329,028 333,263 336,874 i 338,233

5 Liabilities and net worth

246,218 249,492 255,938 258,775 262,642 268,807 271,828 273,290 276,962 279,211, 281,442 285,743
. . 23,328 21,865 20,338 19,805 19,271 18,826 18,717 19,166 19,989 20,243 20,344 20,634
20,447 19,207 17,935 17,287 16,883 16,565 16,438 16,713 17,193 17,283 17,304 17,524
2,403
2,261
2,518
2,388
2,453
2,881
2,658
2,279
2,9(iO 1 3,040
2,796
3,110
3,052
4,734
3,260
3,587
4,954
3,039
4,414
5,157
4,078
5,083
5,109
5,128
6,734
7,194
8,262
7,555
8,912
9,543
7,577
6,907 ! 8,213
8,986 10,057
6,949

6 Savings capital.
7 Borrowed money
8 FHLBB
9
Other
10 Loans in process
1 1 Other
12 Net worth 2

18,586

13 MEMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding 8. .

18,817

18,656

18,884

19,130

18,994

19,268

19,498

19,417

19,666

19,922

19,779

7,887

8,787

10,049

11,651

12,555

12,361

12,609

12,671

12,583

11,746

11,363

10,673

Mutual savings banks
110,130 111,376 113,045 113,821 115,252 116,751 117,709 118,254 118,643 119,089 120,073 121,056

14 Assets
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Loans
74,957
Mortgage
•
*
4,287
Other
Securities
U.S government
. . 2,571
State and local govern967
22,979
Corporate and other 4
1,706
Cash
2,663
Other assets

75,057
4,658

75,127
4,736

75,259
4,407

75,440
4,593

75,763
4,492

76,097
4,396

76,310
4,405

76,429
4,487

76,655
4,481

76,855
4,550

77,221
4,023

2,677

2,975

3,419

3,616

3,744

3,965

4,187

4,279

4.36B

4,601

4,740

1,017
23,402
1,856
2,709

1,095
24,339
2,101
2,672

1,121
24,994
1,841
2,780

1,137
25,579
2,077
2,811

1,240
26,470
2,088
2,954

1,436
1,451
26,976 [ 27,104
1,730
1,835
3,067
3,004

1,495
27,033
1,783
3,136

1,523
27,106
1,805
3,152

1,551
27,421
1,872
3,223

1,545
27,992
2,330
3,205

110,130 111,376 113,045 113,821 115,252 116,751 117,709 118,254 118,643 119,089 120,073 121,056

22 Liabilities
23 Deposits 6
24 Regular
25
Ordinary savings
26
Time and other .
27 Other
28 Other liabilities
29 General reserve accounts
30 MUMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding8. .

99,211 100,149 102,285 102,902 104,056 105,993 106,533 106,745 107,560 107,812 108,480 109,873
98,693 99,602 101,654 102,280 103,422 105,293 105,802 105,999 106,784 107,132 107,897 109,291
64,242 64,778 66,238 66,462 67,276 68,518 68,508 68,436 68,738 68,664 69,092 69,653
34,451 34,824 35,416 35,818 36,146 36,775 37,294 37,563 38,046 38,468 38,805 39,639
519
631
622
634
700
746
776
547
731
680
583
582
3,211
2,594
2,948
2,712
2,950
3,215
2,849
3,080
3,255
2,778
2,970
2,755
8,164
8,049
8,071
8,254
8,304
7,971
8,016
8,328
8,378
8,428
8,116
8,208
1,971

1,810

1,994

2,098

2,211

2,243

2,222

2,212

2,138

1,987

1,896

1,803

Life insurance companies
266,331 269,379 271,639 273,783 276,111 278,649 279,550 280,700 282,065 285,015 287,112 289,304

31 Assets
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

Securities
Government
United States7
State and local
Foreign 8
Business , .
Bonds
Stocks. ... .

39
40
41
42

Mortgages
Real estate
Policy loans
Other assets

11,037 11,128 11,254 111,382 11,506 11,633 11,894 12,140 12,253 12,858 13,243 13,758
4,342
4,736
3,436
3,821
4,613
3,580
3,712
3,819
3,493
3,585
3,788
3,648
3,670
4,193
4,260
4,508
3,728
3,753
3,783
4,106
4,165
3,685
3,696
3,934
4,323
4,514
4,074
3,931
4,172
4,370
4,215
4,267
3,950
3,973
4,105
4,138
122,607 124,740 126,044 127,244 128,813 130,732 131,130 131,473 132,037 133,865 134,961 135,317
. . . . 99,367 100,047 100,481 100,632 101,352 102, 0»4 103,586 104,434 105,440 106,250 107,040 107,256
23,240 24,693 25,563 26,612 27,461 28,648 27,544 27,039 26,597 27,615 27,921 28,061
86,533
8,395
23,012
14,747

86,959
8,499
23,177
14,876

87,246
8,668
23,326
15,101

87,610
8,778
23,474
15,295

87,833
8,859
23,594
15,506

87,967
8,978
23,708
15,631

88,060
9,048
23,892
15,589

88,208
9,104
23,963
15,812

88,331
9,197
24,099
16,148

88,481
9,342
24,242
16,227

88,657
9,450
24,343
16,468

89,167
9,621
24,467
16,974

Credit unions
43 Total assets/liabilities and
capital

32,002

32,611

33,517

34,091

34,959

35,806

35,728

35,999

36,635

36,952

37,456

38,037

44 Federal
45 State

.....

16,690
15,312

17,027
15,584

17,528
15,989

17,905
16,186

18,365
16,594

18,884
16,922

18,848
16,880

19,018
16,981

19,404
17,231

19,546
17,406

19,814
17,642

20,209
17,828

46 Loans outstanding
47 Federal
..
48 State
49 Savings
50 Federal (shares)
51 State (shares and deposits) .

24,275
12,622
11,653
27,910
14,537
13,373

24,404
12,706
11,698
28,416
14,805
13,611

24,556
12,814
11,742
29,305
15,287
14,018

24,782
12,925
11,857
29,737
15,571
14,166

25,096
13,091
12,005
30,434
16,010
14,424

25,66:5
13,420
12,23(i
31 ,099
16,361
14,73«

26,043
13,612
12,431
31,134
16,415
14,719

26,643
13,951
12,692
31,253
16,520
14,733

27,149
14,265
12,884
31,778
16,849
14,929

27,398
14,392
13,006
32,078
17,027
15,051

27,661
14,548
13,113
32,485
17,236
15,264

28,169
14,869
13,300
33,013
17,530
15,522

102



25. Selected assets and liabilities of savings institutions—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1976

Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

Savings and loan associations
343,883 348,680 353,546 357,625 362,820 366,379 371,703 376,116 379,671 384,930 389,087 391,907

1 Assets ...

2 Mortgages
279,981 282,397 286,276 290,428 294,448 299,238 303,456 307,683 311,753 315,637 319,159 323,005
3 Cash and investment securities *
. . . 34,214 36,068 36,668 36,392 36,965 35,290 36,006 35,857 35,257 36,495 36,664 35,724
4 Other
29,688 30,215 30,602 30,805 31,407 31,851 32,241 32,576 32,661 32,798 33,264 33,178
342,883 348,680 353,546 357,625 362,820 366,379 371,703 376,116 379,671 384,930 389,087 391,907

5 Liabilities and net worth
6
7
8
9
10
11

Savings capital
Borrowed money
FHLBB
Other
Loans in process
Other

*

. . . 291,079 294,996 302,022 304,802 307,831 312,840 315,999 318,149 323,709 327,153 329,729 335,912
19 , 556 18,672 18,145 17,684 17,594 18,170 18,357 18,852 19,079 18,806 18,711 19,083
16,797 16,064 15,461 15,031 14,898 15,016 15,139 15,495 15,832 15,636 15,571 15,708
2,684
3,154
2,759
2,653
2,696
3,218
3,247
2,608
3,357
3,170
3,140
3,375
4,992
5,074
5,319
5,724
6,400
6,576
6,632
6,691
6,091
6,739
6,757
6,840
7,847
8,942 10,620
8,212
9,782 11,228
8,308
9,778
8,819 10,577 11,969
8,074

12 Net worth 4

19,948

20,160

20,213

20,473

20,684

20,757

20,989

21,255

21,373

21,655

21,921

21,998

13 MEMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding 3. .

11,108

12,864

14,422

15,484

16,586

16,606

16,297

15,769

15,445

15,315

15,463

14,826

Mutual savings banks
122,325 123,821 125,526 126,470 127,470 128,436 129,826 130,571 131,413 132,455 133,361 134,812

14 Assets
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Loans
Mortgage
• . . . . . 77,308
4,839
Other
Securities
4,918
U S government
State and local govern1,581
ment
4
28,473
Corporate and other
1,961
Cash
Other assets
3,245

78,046
5,027

77,413
5,243

77,738
5,366

5,211

5,452

5,533

1,765
29,035
1,853
3,301

1,867
30,043
1,740
3,321

2,149
30,707
1,647
3,361

78,286
5,103

78,803
5,137

79,398
5,341

5,660

5,635

2,318
31,179
1,539
3,385

2,337
31,493
1,558
3,470

80,543
5,549

79,781
5,210

80,145
5,478

80,884
5,801

5,640

5,733

5,851

5,796

5,836

5,840

2,376
32,028
1,538
3,505

2,399
32,319
1,552
3,576

2,359
32,432
1,581
3,567

2,429
32,793
1,695
3,649

2,466
33,074
1,668
3,632

2,417
33,793
2,355
3,593

81,630
5,183

22 Liabilities

122,325 123,821 125,526 126,470 127,470 128,436 129,826 130,571 131,413 132,455 133,361 134,812

23 Deposits .
24 Regular 6
25
Ordinary savings
26
Time and other
27 Other
28 Other liabilities
29 General reserve accounts —

110,979 112,019 114,090 114,752 115,521 116,876 117,883 118,225 119,590 120,360 120,971 122,877
110,328 111,345 113,374 113,960 114,761 115,985 116,895 117,203 118,510 119,346 120,125 121,961
69,904 70,571 71,860 71,801 72,156 72,763 73,233 72,872 73,484 73,610 73,857 74,535
40,424 40,774 41,514 42,159 42,605 43,223 43,662 44,331 45,027 45,736 46,268 47,426
652
792
760
1,022
1,014
716
890
1,080
846
916
673
988
3,296
2,841
3,490
3,376
2,884
2,892
2,859
3,106
3,161
3,140
2,898
3,275
8,455
8,577
8,612
8,654
8,719
8,781
8,955
8,855
8,925
9,015
9,052
8,527

30 MEMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding «. .

1,859

1,867

2,130

2,290

2,426

2,402

2,433

2,459

2,671

2,548

2,553

2,439

Life insurance companies
294,072 296,041 298,640 300,327 302,171 305,225 307,600 309,872 312,873 314,845 317,499 321,552

31 Assets
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

Securities
Government
United States 7
State and local
Foreign8
Business
Bonds
Stocks

•.

39 Mortgages
40 Real estate
42 Other assets

14,304 15,054 15,661 15,933 16,118 16,205 17,042 17,391 17,450 18,019 18,390 17,942
5,992
5,821
5,320
5,368
5,419
4,956
5,507
5,072
5,183
5,080
5,132
5,175
5,406
5,347
5,014
5,463
5,250
5,144
5,095
5,533
5,594
5,196
4,811
4,699
6,472
6,625
6,865
6,980
6,053
6,537
5,791
6,735
4,525
5,663
5,111
5,575
139,972 140,823 142,255 143,155 144,403 146,961 148,425 150,062 152,088 153,291 154,382 157,246
109,381 110,063 110,760 111,731 113,051 114,500 116,119 117,804 118,918 120,610 121,763 122,984
30,591 30,760 31,495 31,424 31,352 32,461 32,306 32,258 33,170 32,681 32,619 34,262
89,222
9,667
24,545
16,362

89,287
9,742
24,648
16,487

89,427
9,798
24,763
16,736

89,498
9,849
24,882
17,010

89,540
9,892
24,983
17,235

89,706
9,979
25,136
17,238

89,743
10,023
25,252
17,115

89,875
10,109
25,373
17,062

90,202
10,130
25,494
17,509

90,293
10,231
25,594
17,417

90,794
10,244
25,695
17,994

91,552
10,476
25,834
18,502

Credit unions
43 Total assets/liabilities and
capital

38,008

38,726

39,965

40,340

41,179

42,074

41,948

42,519

43,369

43,740

44,452

45,225

44 Federal
45 State

20,162
17,846

20,594
18,132

21,349
18,616

21,518
18,822

22,018
19,161

22,630
19,444

22,510
19,438

22,843
19,676

23,365
20,004

23,469
20,271

23,876
20,576

24,396
20,829

46 Loans outstanding
47 Federal
48 State . .
49 Savings
50 Federal (shares)
5 1 State (shares and deposits)

28,048
14,768
13,280
33,359
17,706
15,653

28,323
14,913
13,410
33,919
18,034
15,885

28,950
15,290
13,660
35,002
18,692
16,310

29,480
15,518
13,962
35,363
18,896
16,467

30,148
15,894
14,254
35,974
19,269
16,705

31,131
16,471
14,660
36,772
19,767
17,005

31,604
16,672
14,932
36,729
19,746
16,983

32,448
17,134
15,314
36,882
19,877
17,005

33,159
17,536
15,623
37 , 585
20,276
17,309

33,348
17,609
15,739
38,021
20,480
17,541

33,813
17,883
15,930
38,467
20,733
17,734

34,384
18,311
16,073
39,173
21,130
18,043




103

25. Selected assets and liabilities of savings institutions—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1977

Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept. 1

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Savings and loan associations
1 Assets

398,218 403,500 409,256 414,329 421,749 426,919 433,704 440,073 444,353 450,526 455,604 459,241

325,930 328,954 333,565 338,843 344.4IJ3 350,609 355,829 361,550 366.800 371,671 376,420 381,163
2 Mortgages
3 Cash and1 Investment securities
38,306 39,556 39,704 39,108 40,502 39,666 41,027 41,035 39,672 40,602 40,478 39,150
4 Other
33,982 34,990 35,987 36,378 36,7^4 36,644 36,848 37,488 37,881 38,253 38,706 38,928
5 Liabilities and net worth
398,218 403,500 409,256 414,329 421,749 426,919 433,704 440,073 444,353 450,526 455,604 459,241
6 Savings capital
341,084 344,483 352,046 354,165 357,805 364,178 368,335 371,193 377,146 379,538 381,265 386,800
7 Borrowed money
18,456 18,261 18,291 18,894 19,820 20,774 20,983 22,053 22,947 24,237 25,581 27,840
8 FHLBB
15,029 14,661 14,325 14,809 15,000 15,590 15,719 16,250 16,900 17,539 18,275 19,945
9 Other
3,427
3,600
4,820
5,184
3,966
4,085
5,264
6,047
5,803
6,698
7,306
7,895
6,721
7,351
7,897
9,322
6,785
8,500
9,114
9,645
9,723
9,837
9,904
9,911
1 1 Other
8,904 10,425 12,351
9,742 11,485
9,388 11,295 13,065 10,196 12,240 13,850
9,506
12 Net worth 1
22,215 22,486 22,664 22,948 23,273 23,465 23,769 24,117 24,341 24,674 25,004 25,184
13 MBMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding ', . 15,077

16,791

19,294

21,227

22,259

22,021

21,896

21,890

21,620

21,544

21,259

19,875

Mutual savings banks
14 Assets
15
16
17
18
19
20

Loans
Mortgage
. '
Other
Securities
U S. government
State and local government
Corporate and other *
Cash

135,906 137,307 138,901 139,496 140,593 141,778 143,036 143,815 144,666 145,651 146,346 147,287
81,826
5,956

81,982
6,254

82,273
6,389

82,687
6,050

83,075
6,650

84,051
6,887

5,917

6,096

6,360

6,323

6,248

6,104

6,101

6,019

2,295
34,475
1,800
3,637

2,366
35,088
1,835
3,686

2,431
35,928
1,853
3,668

2,504
36,322
1,900
3,709

2,539
36,455
1,922
3,703

2,544
36,349
2,071
3,771

2,594
36,674
2,001
3,789

2,762
36,878
1,857
3,760

84,700
7,176

85,419
7,119

86,079
6,878

86,769
7,115

87,333
7,241

6,192

6,101

6,071

5,895

2,777
36,927
1,992
3,821

2,808
37,073
2,011
3,773

2,809
37,221
1,887
3,783

2,828
37,918
2,401
3,839

88,195
6,210

22 Liabilities

135,906 137,307 138,901 139,496 140,593 141,778 143,036 143,815 144,666 145,651 146,346 147,287

23 Deposits 5
24 Regular
25
Ordinary savings
26
Time and other
27 Other
28 Other liabilities
29 General reserve accounts —

123,864 124,728 126,687 126,938 127,791 129,332 130,111 130,381 131,688 132,250 132,537 134,017
122,874 123,721 125,624 125,731 126,587 128,071 128,748 129,030 130,230 130,913 131,319 132,744
74,621 75,038 76,260 76,336 76,384 77,033 77,069 77,163 77,640 77 , 503 77,460 78,005
48,253 48,683 49,364 49,395 50,203 51,038 51,679 51,867 52,590 53,410 53,859 54,739
1,204
1,337
1,063
1,207
1,363
1,351
989
1,007
1,261
1,458
1,272
1,208
3,254
3,632
3,379
3,779
2,940
3,381
2,939
2,939
3,230
3,292
3,368
3,938
9,422
9,546
9,654
9,102
9,506
9,723
*>,769
9,275
9,329
9,978
9,211
9,882

30 MEMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding0. .

2,584

2,840

3,161

3,287

3,521

4,079

4,049

4,198

4,254

4,423

4,458

4,066

Life insurance companies
31 Assets
32
33
34
35

Securities
Government 7
United States
State and local
Foreign9

37
38
39
40
41
42

Bonds
Stocks
Mortgages
Real estate
Policy loans
Other assets

323,442 325,112 326,932 328,964 331,284 334,967 337,415 339,966 342,438 344,953 348,770 351,722
18,271 18,388 18,490 18,515 18,494 18,621 18,959 19,259 19,640 19,598 19,738 19,553
5,584
5,719
5,704
5,315
5,542
5,518
5,713
5,605
5,424
5,337
5,549
5,535
5,992
5,902
6,030
5,962
6,051
5,712
5,731
5,849
5,643
5,697
5,770
5,805
8,187
7,592
7,644
7,300
8,022
8,072
7,236
7,891
7,023
7,156
7,479
7,235
159,276 160,597 161,203 162,640 164,151 167,219 169,010 170,293 171,257 172,842 174,998 175,654
126,039 127,820 128,689 130,057 131,688 133,764 135,570 136,984 138,116 140 080 141,349 141,891
33,237 32, 777 32,514 32,583 32,463 33,455 33,440 33,309 33,141 32,762 33,649 33,763
91,574
10,550
25,929
17,842

91,609
10,609
26,063
17,846

91,845
10,743
26,248
18,403

92,269
10,811
26,412
18,317

92,408
10,814
26,549
18,868

92,934
10,881
26,709
18,603

93,183
10,871
26,830
18,562

93,412
10,880
26,996
19,126

94,170
10,864
27,141
19,366

94,782
10,939
27,276
19,516

95,200
11,010
27,413
20,411

96.848
11,060
27,556
21,051

Credit unions
43 Total assets/liabilities and
capital

45,358

46,228

47,600

47,953

48,978

£K>,164

50,196

50,882

52,090

52,287

53,055

54,188

44 Federal
45 State

24,446
20,912

24,974
21,254

25,830
21,770

25,997
21,956

26,612
22,366

27,382
22,782

27,309
22,887

27,651
23,231

28,357
23,733

28,428
23,859

28,918
24,137

29,688
24,500

46 Loans outstanding
. ,
47 Federal
48 State .
49 Savings
50 Federal (shares)
51 State (shares and deposits) .

34,306
18,223
16,083
39,512
21,167
18,345

34,628
18,417
16,211
40,143
21,560
18,583

35,521
18,920
16,601
41,354
22,312
19,042

36,153
19,203
16,950
41,629
22,506
19,123

37,040
19,734
17,306
42,371
22,941
19,430

38,255
2Q.476
17,779
43,414
23,590
1!>,824

38,711
20,647
18,064
43,520
23,638
19,882

39,767
21,251
18,516
43,842
23,842
20,000

40,556
21,738
18,818
44,904
24,483
20,421

40,854
21,840
19,014
45,251
24,682
20,569

41,413
22,223
19,190
45,811
25,036
20,775

42,107
22,718
19,389
46,696
25,576
21,120

104



25. Selected assets and liabilities of savings institutions—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1978

Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Savings and loan associations
464,238 469,685 475,281 480,947 487,052 491,576 498,301 504,298 508,977 515,352 520,677 523,649

1 Assets

2 Mortgages
384,182 387,591 392,428 397,284 402,305 407,965 411,956 416,677 420,971 425,236 429,420 432,858
3 Cash and investment securities *
. . . . 40,309 41,599 41,823 41,853 42,444 41,505 43,627 44,188 43,987 45,577 45,869 44,855
4 Other
39,747 40,495 41,030 41,810 42,303 42,106 42,718 43,433 44,019 44,539 45 ,388 45,936
5 Liabilities and net worth
6
7
8
9
10
11

464,238 469,685 475,281 480,947 487,052 491,576 498,301 504,298 508,977 515,352 520,677 523,649

Savings capital
Borrowed money
FHLBB
Other .
Loans in process
Other

. . . 389,544 391,840 398,992 399,550 401,930 408,586 411,660 413,972 420,405 423,050 425,207 431,009
27,943 28,714 29,323 31,904 32,759 34,270 35,730 37,219 38,595 39,873 40,981 42,960
20,129 20,602 21,030 22,692 23,323 24,875 26,151 27,363 28,632 29,456 30,322 31,990
8,112
9,212
9,436
7,814
9,395
9,579
8,293
9,856
9,963 10,417 10,659 10,970
9,902 10,414 10,937 11,386 11,632 11,540 11,422 11,222 11,165 11,015 10,737
9,828
11,479 13,462 10,518 12,186 14,239 10,046 11,972 13,906 10,676 12,832 14,666
9,918

12 Net worth z

25,444

25,767

26,034

26,370

26,738

27,042

27,399

27,779

28,079

28,432

28,808

29,025

13 MEMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding 3. . 19,523

20,614

22,308

23,398

23,939

22,927

22,393

22,047

21,648

21,503

20,738

18,911

Mutual savings banks
148,511 149,528 150,962 151,383 152,202 153,175 154,315 155,210 156,110 156,843 157,436 158,174

14 Assets . . . .
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Loans
Mortgage.
Other
Securities
U S government
State and local government
Corporate and other 4
Cash
..
Other assets

88,905
6,803

89,247
7,398

89,800
7,782

90,346
7,422

90,915
7,907

91,555
7,771

92,230
8,207

92,866
8,379

93,403
8,418

93,903
8,272

94,497
7,921

95,157
7,195

5,785

5,737

5,677

5,670

5,491

5,304

5,269

5,210

5,172

5,105

5,035

4,959

2,886
38,360
1,889
3,882

2,808
38,605
1,838
3,895

2,850
38,964
1,990
3,899

2,915
39,146
1 ,940
3,945

2,994
39,225
1,798
3,873

3,008
39,427
2,163
3,946

3,025
39,639
2,029
3,915

3,098
39,592
2,080
3,935

3,180
39,639
2,293
4,006

3,190
39,651
2,735
3,988

3,307
39,679
3,033
3,962

3,333
39,732
3,665
4,131

22 Liabilities

148,511 149,528 150,962 151,383 152,202 153,175 154,315 155,210 156,110 156,843 157,436 158,174

23 Deposits 6
24 Regular
....
25
Ordinary savings
26
Time and other
. . .
27 Other...
28 Other liabilities
29 General reserve accounts. . . .

134,771 135,200 136,997 136,931 137,307 138,709 139,218 139,308 140,816 141,026 141,155 142,701
133,370 133,846 135,588 135,349 135,785 137,089 137,430 137,690 139,068 139,422 139,697 141,170
77,754 77,837 78,783 78,170 78,273 77,321 76,116 75 , 578 75,423 74,124 72,398 71,816
55,616 56,009 56,775 57,179 57,512 59,738 61,313 62,112 63,645 65,298 67,299 69,354
1,582
1,521
1,401
1,354
1,620
1,698
1,604
1,531
1,439
1,619
1,747
1,458
4,152
3,676
4,155
3,969
4,636
3,735
4,481
5,246
4,570
5,040
5,4U
2,971
10,064 10,174 10,230 10,301 10,414 10,497 10,551 10,654 10,725 10,777 10,870 10,907

30 MEMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding 6. ,

3,998

4,027

4,185

4,342

4,606

4,958

4,872

4,789

4,561

4,843

4,823

4,400

Life insurance companies
354,014 356,380 359,356 363,564 367,205 370,151 374,758 378,652 381,912 383,356 386,375 389,924

31 Assets
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

Securities
Government
United States 7
State and local
Foreign 8
Business .
Bonds
Stocks

39
40
41
42

Mortgages
Real estate
Policy loans
Other assets

19,714 19,650 19,359 19,082 19,311 19,365 19,449 19,635 19,827 19,989 20,000 20,009
4,924
4,924
5,113
4,890
5,045
4,866
4,822
5,176
5,381
5,358
5,069
5,075
5,949
5,943
6,094
6,047
6,402
6,073
5,946
5,887
5,888
6,002
6,388
6,098
8,746
8,785
8,576
8,239
8,245
8,620
8,641
8,305
8,378
8,282
8,715
8,498
178,112 179,864 182,140 185,703 187,767 189,183 192,694 195 , 143 196,715 196,535 198,188 198,105
145,648 147,964 149,710 151,432 153,068 154,653 156,828 158,592 160,688 162,089 163,422 162,587
32,464 31,900 32,430 34,271 34,699 34,530 35,866 36,551 36,027 34,446 34,766 35,518
97,118
11,135
27,689
20,246

97,405
11,220
27,831
20,410

97,922
11,218
28,007
20,710

98,445
11,241
28,221
20,872

99,025
11,498
28,400
21,204

99,862 100,362 101,372 102,169 102,971 103,942 106,167
11,530 11,563 11,534 11,568 11,670 11,667 11,764
28,616 28,802 29,030 29,250 29,479 29,779 30,146
21,595 21,888 21,938 22,383 22,712 22,799 23,733
Credit unions

43 Total assets/liabilities
capital

and

54,005

55,053

56,814

56,910

58,152

59,570

59,338

60,376

61,605

61,194

61,614

62,595

44 Federal
45 State

29,639
24,366

30,311
24,742

31,375
25,439

31,322
25,588

32,051
26,101

32,947
26,623

32,790
26,548

33,437
26,939

34,187
27,418

33,823
27,371

34,215
27,399

34.681
27,914

46 Loans outstanding
47 Federal
48 State, .
. .
49 Savings
50 Federal (shares)
51 State (shares and deposits) .

41,846
22,541
19,305
47,132
25,767
21,365

42,278
22,780
19,498
47,937
26,258
21,679

43,373
23,480
19,893
49,518
27,194
22,324

44,098
23,824
20,274
49,715
27,232
22,483

45,415
24,593
20,822
50,568
27,737
22,831

47,019
25,652
21,367
51,658
28,401
23,257

47,553
25,862
21,691
51,217
28 , 147
23,070

49,058
26,751
22,307
51,456
28,283
23,173

49,984
27,355
22,629
52,394
28,923
23,471

50,393
27,545
22,848
52,240
28,865
23,375

51,103
28,031
23,072
52,418
28,992
23,426

51,807
28,583
23,224
53,048
29,326
23,722




105

26, Federal fiscal and financing operations
Millions of dollars
Fiscal year
Type of account or operation

U.S. budget
1 Receipts 2. ,
2 Outlays 8
3 Surplus, or deficit ( — )
4 Trust funds s
5 Federal funds .

6
7

1974

. .

1975

Calendar year

Transition
quarter
IjulySept.
1976)i

1976

1977

1974

1973

HI

H2

Off-budget entities
Surplus, or deficit (— )
Federal Financing Bank outlays
Other'

U.S. budget plus off-budget, including Federal
Financing Sank
8 Surplus, or deficit (— ) ...
Source of financing
9 Borrowing from the public
10 Cash and monetary assets— Decrease, or increase ( — ) "
11 Other 8
MEMO:
12 Treasury operating balance (level, end of period) . .
13 Federal Reserve Banks ^
14 Tax and loan accounts
...
15 Other demand accounts *

264,932
269,620
-4,688
14,011
-18,699

280,997
326,185
-45,188
7,422
-52,610

300,006
366,439
-66,434
2,410
-68,844

81,773
94,729
-12,956
-1,952
-11,004

357,762
402,725
-44,963
9,497
-54,460

401,997
450,836
-48,839
12,693
-61,532

140,676
138,651
2,025
5,335
-3,310

139,607
153,811
-14,204
4,848
-19,052

-102
-1,346

. .

-6,389
-1,665

-5,915
-1,369

-2,575
790

-8,415
-264

-10, (561
355

-=102
-1,182

-3,065
2,046

-6,136

-53,242

-73,718

-14,741

-53,642

-59,145

741

-15,223

3,009

50,866

82,940

18,027

53,516

59,115

-3,006

14,750

2,519
599

-320
2,696

-7,796
-1,426

-2,899
-387

-2,247
2,373

-3,021
3,051

126
2,139

2,980
-2,507

9,159
2,919
6,152
88

7,591
5,773
1,475
343

14,836
11,975
2,854
7

17,418
13,299
4,119

19,104
15,740
3,364

22,444
16,647
5,797

9,159
2,919
6,152
88

5,928
3,113
2,745
70

Calendar year

1975

1977

1976

1978

HI
U.S. budget
1 Receipts * .
2 Outlays a
3 Surplus or deficit (— )
4 Trust funds 3
5 Federal funds

....
.

Off-budget entities
Surplus, or deficit (— )
6 Federal Financing Bank outlays
7 Other *

...

. ..

H2

HI

H2

HI

H2

HI

H2

141,389
172,376
-30,987
2,559
-33,546

139,455
185,108
-45,653
-3,122
-42,531

160,550
181,331
-20,781
5,501
-26,279

157,955
193,702
-35,747
-2,958
-32,789

190,283
200,348
-10,065
7,332
-17,397

175,822
216,710
-40,888
4,291
-45,179

210,649
222,561
-11,912
4,334
-16,246

206,274
238,186
-31,912
11,754
-43,666

-3,325
-3,710

-2,692
-245

-3,223
-1,118

-5,176
3,802

-2,075
-2,086

-6,662
436

-5,105
-789

-5,082
1,843

-48,590

-25,122

-37,121

-14,226

-47,114

-17,806

-35,151

49,378

321,562

35,457

16,479

40,283

23,378

30,314

113
-901

-7,909
-531

2,153
-489

-4,657
2,404

4,298
2,533 !

-5,098
-474

3,381
1,456

8,452
7,286
1,159
7

14,836
11,975
2,854
7

11,670
10,393
1,277

16,255
15,183
1,072

12,274
7,114
5,160 1

17,526
11,614
5,912

16,291
4,196
12,095

U.S. budget plus off-budget, including Federal
Financing Bank
-38,022
8 Surplus, or deficit ( — )
Source of financing
36,116
9 Borrowing from the public. . .
...
10 Cash ana monetary assets —Decrease, or in-3,300
crease ("-) 6
11 Others
5,206
MEMO:
12 Treasury operating balance (level, end of period) . .
13 Federal Reserve Banks .
14 Tax and loan accounts
15 Other demand accounts'

106



7,591
5,773
1,475
343

26. Federal fiscal and financing operations—Continued
Millions of dollars
Calendar year 1974

Type of account or operation

Jan.
U.S, budget
1 Receipts 2
2 Outlays 2
3 Surplus, or deficit (— )
4 Trust funds
. .
5
Federal funds a

6
7

Feb.

Mar.

May

Apr.

June

July

Aug.

23 ,475
23,780
-305
-2,244
1,939

Off-budget entities
Surplus, or deficit (— )
Federal Financing Bank outlays
Other 4

...

20,224
21,177
-953
2,575
-3,528

16,819
23,053
-6,234
-517
-5,717

29,659
22,241
7,418
-1,032
8,450

19,240
24,092
-4,852
3,745
-8,597

31,259
24,308
6,951
2,808
4,143

20,943
24,328
-3,385
-2,373
-1,012

23,618
24,680
-1,062
9,266
-10,328

-94

-376

-163

0

-2
-428

-100
-121

-731
100

-629
1,590

-399

U.S. budget plus off-budget, including Federal
Financing Bank
8 Surplus or deficit ( — )
Source of financing
9 Borrowing from the public
10 Cash and monetary assets — Decrease, or increase ( — ) 6
1 1 Other 6

-1,329

-6,397

7,418

-5,282

6,730

-4,016

-101

-770

-160

4,307

-2,503

9

-3,889

1,654

2,282

-713
1,882

2,961
-1,472

-880
2,970

-4,445
-470

6,153
-880

-2,950
109

3,363
-1,001

929
-3,110

MEMO:
12 Treasury operating balance (level, end of period). .
13 Federal Reserve Banks
14 Tax and loan accounts
15 Other demand accounts 7
,.

10,542
2,844
7,628
69

7,665
2,017
5,579
69

8,355
1,372
6,915
69

11,480
2,814
8,576
89

6,448
3,134
3,226
88

9,159
2,919
6,152
88

6,455
3,823
2,543
88

5,443
3,304
2,049
91

Calendar year 1974
Sept.
U.S. budget
1 Receipts2
2 Outlays 2
3 Surplus, or deficit ( — )
4 Trust funds 3
5 Federal funds

6
7

Off-budget entities
Surplus, or deficit (— )
Federal Financing Bank outlays
Other 4

.
..

..
...

,.

t/.S, budget plus off-budget, including Federal
Financing Bank
8 Surplus or deficit ( — )
Source of financing
9 Borrowing from the public
10 Cash and monetary assets —Decrease, or increase ( — ) 5
11 Others
MEMO:
12 Treasury operating balance (level, end of period) . .
13 Federal Reserve Banks
14 Tax and loan accounts 7
15 Other demand accounts




Oct.

Nov.

Calendar year 1975

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

28,237
25,795
2,442
-622
3,064

19,601
26,576
-6,975
-3,881
-3,094

22,265
25,018
-2,753
618
-3,371

24,944
27,414
-2,470
1,841
-4,311

24,992
29,253
-4,261
-3,212
-1,049

19,973
25,869
-5,896
591
-6,487

20,040
28,485
-8,445
-1,486
-6,959

31,392
29,207
2,185
-1,896
4,081

-544
99

-539
-95

-551
-319

-71
671

-722
-1,783

-637
-256

-778
-581

-492
-290

1,997

-7,609

-3,623

-1,870

-6,766

-6,789

-9,804

1,403

560

707

4,485

5,062

3,697

4,531

11,252

7,499

-4,041
1,484

6,784
118

-912
50

-3,143
-49

-261
3,330

2,491
-233

-3,400
1,952

-9,513
611

8,687
3,211
5,384
92

2,241
789
1,381
71

3,066
1,494
1,571

5,928
3,113
2,745
70

5,876
3,541
2,115
220

3,515
2,885
410
220

6,633
4,271
2,142
220

14,299
8,364
5,415
521

107

26. Federal fiscal and financing operations—Continued
Millions of dollars
Calendar
1976

Calendar year 1975
Type of account or operation
May

U.S. budget
1 Receipts a
..
2 Outlays 2
,
3 Surplus, or deficit (— ) .
4 Trust funds 3
5 Federal funds .

..

,

.

13,010
28,973
-15,963
2,684
,
-18,647

Off-budget entities
Surplus, or deficit (-)
6 Federal Financing Bank outlays
7 Other 4 .

-570
-269

U.S. budget plus off-budget, including Federal
Financing Bank
-16,802
8 Surplus, or deficit (— ).
Source of financing
8,556
9 Borrowing from the public
10 Cash and monetary assets—Decrease, or in6,489
crease (— ) a
.
..
1,757
11 Other"
MEMO:
12 Treasury operating balance (level, end of period) .
13 Federal Reserve Banks
14 Tax and loan accounts.
.
15 Other demand accounts '

8,545
7,040
984
521

June

July

Aug.

31,982
20,056
31,139
30,589
1,393 -11,083
2,967
5,878
-4,485 -14,050

23,604
30,755
-7,151
997
-8,148

-599
12

-685
1,110

736 -11,670
581

7,800

894
-2,211

7,591
5,773
1,475
343

-126
-531

Sept.

Oct.

28,615
19,316
29,204
32,492
-589 -13,176
-2,552 -5,055
1,963 -8,121

Nov.

Dee.

Jan,

21,8<>7
29,5*»5
-7,728
-1,081
-6,647

25,997
31,923
-5,926
1,602
-7,528

25,632
30,668
-5,036
-3,183
-1,853

-169
-3H5

-1,283
-231

-6,550

-63
-323

-544.
-386

-6,726

-975

-14,106

-8,633

-6,480

7,189

8,463

11,738

5.97S

8,210

7,810

4,763
-893

892
-1,355

-7,406
-82

550
1,818

3,452
-797

-2,138
408

-3,645
2,385

4,098
2,776
878
444

3,423
2,349
1,214
-141

17,414
13,296
3,589
529

10,327
8,517
1,251
559

6,48$
4,919
1,558
9

8,452
7,286
1,159

11,982
10,077
1,899
7

-632
-273 *

Calendar year 1976

Feb.
U.S. budget
1 Receipts 2 .
2 Outlays 2
3 Surplus, or deficit (— ). . .
4 Trust funds 3
5 Federal funds .
...
6
7

,

Off-budget entities
Surplus, or deficit ( — )
Federal Financing Bank outlays
Other 4

Mar.

20,845
29,880
-9,035
1,183
-10,218

20,431
29 , 194
-8,763
-2,363
-6,400

33,348
32,555
793
-317
1,110

22,679
28,409
-5,730
4,135
-9,865

-821
-218

-1,206
56

-228
~5

-188
-249

-9,913

560

-6,167

7,367

1,393

4,127

3,901

5,957

8,738

3,332

4,386

4,320
-1,774

-4,062
2,109

2,881
-841

-7,464
-3,459

5,012
1,384

-1,957
-3,461

-5,954
1,689

4,271
1,753

8,016
7,14?
864
7

11,537
9,808
1,723
7

8,159
6,746
1,407
7

14,836
11,975
2,854
7

10,054
8,741
1,314

11,702
10,794
907

17,418
13,299
4,119

12,038
10,239
1,799

U.S. budget plus off-budget, including Federal
Financing Bank
-10,074
8 Surplus or deficit (— )
Source of financing
8,964
9 Borrowitv* from the public
10 Cash and monetary assets —Decrease, or in61
crease (— ) 6
1,049
11 Other 0 .
MEMO:
12 Treasury operating balance (level, end of period) .
13 Federal Reserve Banks
...
14 Tax and loan accounts 7
15 Other demand accounts
.,

108




12,039
10,350
1,682
7

Apr.

May

June

July

37,615
22,660
30,625
33,951
6,990 -11,291
6,043 -3,326
947 -7,965

Aug.

27,360
29,604
-2,244
5,241
-7,485

-1,414
352

-827
-249

7,022 -12,353

-3,320

503
-471

Sept.

Oct.

31,753
21,018
31,174
33,998
579 -12,980
-2,204 -4,734
2,783 -8,246

-334
€88

-702
3,272

933 -10,410

26. Federal fiscal and financing operations—Continued
Millions of dollars

Type of account or operation

Calendar year 1976

Calendar year 1977

Nov.
U,S. budget
1 Receipts a
2 Outlays 3
3 Surplus, or deficit (— ). . .
4 Trust funds 3
5 Federal funds

6
7

U.S, budget plus off-budget, including Federal
Financing Bank
8 Surplus, or deficit (— ).
Source of financing
9 Borrowing from the public, . .
.
10 Cash and monetary assets —Decrease, or increase ( — ) 6
11
Other o
MEMO:
12 Treasury operating balance (level, end of period).
13 Federal Reserve Banks
14 Tax and loan accounts. , . .
15 Other demand accounts 7

Feb.

Mar.

29,470
31,890
-2,420
1,737
-4,157

29,954
32,640
-2,686
-2,344
-342

24,182
30,880
-6,698
1,099
-7,797

24,817
34,646
-9,829
-1,441
-8,388

-301
-307

.Off-budget entities
Surplus, or deficit (— )
Federal Financing Bank outlays
Other 4

Jan.

25,694
33,085
-7,391
328
-7,719

....

Dec.

-1,598
46

-1,009
-1,881

-460
8

-843
-84

581
-114

-7,999

-3,972

-5,576

-7,150 -10,756

4,752

-6,220

6,738

6,306

3,157

9,118

5,351

1,206

-2,871

518

1,803

4,308
-3,047

-3,527
1,193

-1,584
4,003

-1,193
-775

5,610
-205

-9,422
3,464

11,267
-2,176

-9,335
-1,907

6,720
1,881

8,657
6,766
1,891

11,670
10,393
1,277

12,688
11,397
1,292

14,599
12,179
2,420

9,023
7,149
1,874

17,763
13,628
4,135

6,992
5,836
1,156

16,255
15,183
1,072

10,154
8,789
1,365

Apr.

U.S. budget
1 Receipts 2
2 Outlays 2 .
....
3 Surplus, or deficit (— )
4 Trust funds; 3
5 Federal funds

6
7

..

.

Off-budget entities
Surplus, or deficit ( — )
Federal Financing Bank outlays . .
Other 4

U.S. budget plus off-budget, including Federal
Financing Bank
8 Surplus or deficit ( — )
Source of financing
9 Borrowing from the public
10 Cash and monetary assets— Decrease, or increase ( — ) B . . .
1 1 Other •
MEMO:
12 Treasury operating balance (level, end of period) .
13 Federal Reserve Banks
14 Tax and loan accounts 7
15 Other demand accounts




29,683
34,730
-5,047
2,384
-7,431

-1,241
-287

24,967
33,645
-8,678
-3,348
-5,330

-299
244

-45
-259

-1,606
-120

10,724 -10,404

Calendar year 1978

Dec.

Jan.

24,130
36,648
38,792
35,029
1,619 -14,662
3,900
198
-2,281 -14,860

27,598
36,866
-9,268
457
-9,725

32,796
37,648
-4,852
700
-5,552

33,201
36,918
-3,717
-3,946
229

-1,211
1,749

-250
-183

-1,462
59

-907
-267

-55 -14,124

-892
-782

Oct.

July

43,948
32,920
11,028
1,829
9,199

Nov.

Sept.

June

39,833
27,549
35,548
33,714
4,285 -6,165
647
7,542
3,638 -13,707

Calendar year 1977

Aug.

May

Feb.

Mar.

25,233
26,922
33,914
40,206
-6,992 -14,973
2,850 -1,147
-9,842 -13,826
-1,084
-208

- 1 , 149
-16

Apr.

42,545
36,080
6,465
-990
7,455

-671
102

-9,701

-6,255

-4,891

10,024

1,851

8,854

9,971

6,027

5,108

9,656

-2,263

2,731 -12,093
2,124
-3,936

9,952
2,321

2,278
-1,431

-5,290
1,574

-229
-907

5,171
-1,995

993
5,489

-3,345
-288

7,687
6,398
1,289

5,471
2,562
2,909

12,274
7,114
5,160

12,481
11,228
1,253

7,391
3,615
3,776

6,407
4,705
1,702

9,281
7,177
2,104

-6,575
7,780

7,063
6,115
948

19,104
15.740
3,364

-8,284 -16,138

5,896

109

26. Federal fiscal and financing operations—Continued
Millions of dollars
Calendar year 1978

Type of account or operation

May
U.S. budget
1 Receipts '2
2 Outlays 3
3 Surplus, or deficit ( — )
4 Trust funds 8
5 Federal funds
.

.

. . .

.

. . . .

Off-budget entities
Surplus, or deficit (— )
6 Federal Financing Bank outlays
7 Other*
U.S. budget plus off-budget, including Federal
Financing Bank
8 Surplus or deficit ('=•-")
Source of financing
9 Borrowing from the public
10 Cash and monetary assets—Decrease, or increase (— ) G . .
...
11 Other «
MEMO:
12 Treasury operating balance (level, end of period) . .
13 Federal Reserve Banks, , , , , .
14 Tax and loan accounts
15 Other demand accounts'. . .




no

June

luly

Aug.

Sept.

Get

Nov.

Dec.

35,091
36,800
-1,709
5,970
-7,679

47,657
38,643
9,014
1,597
7,417

29,194
36,424
-7,230
-2,810
-4,420

35,040
39,572
-4,532
3,890
-8,422

42,591
38,973
3,618
5,922
-2,304

28,745
42,691
-13,946
1,626
-15,572

33,227
39,134
= 5,907
1,293
-7,200

37,477
41,392
-3,915
1,833
-5,748

-795
-245

-499
-155

-824
73

-1,056
-525

-753
-29

-975
171

-296
1,700

-1,178
453

-2,749

8,360

-7,981

-6,113

2,836

-4,640

-550

5,400

3,200

9,040

6,403
-3,104

-14,091
331

5,824
-1,043

3,726
2,398
1,328

17,526
11,614
5,912

12,062
10,331
1,731

-14,750

-4,503

2,821

6,484

5,236

3,533

-956
-1,971

-9,731
4,074

7,082
1,184

3,485
-4,218

-2,323
3,430

13,078
12,068
1,010

22,444
16,647
5,797

15,545
15,467
78

12,854
6,587
6,267

16,291
4,196
12,095

27. US, budget
A. Receipts
Millions of dollars
Fiscal year
Source

1974

1975

1976

264,932

280,997

300,006

118,952
112,092
30,812
23,952

122,386
122,071
32
34,296
34,013

131,603
123,409
33
35,528
27,368

41,744
3,125

45,747
5,126

9 Social insurance taxes and contributions, net
10 Payroll employment taxes and contributions 3 . .
1 1 Self-employment taxes and contributions 4
12 Unemployment insurance
1 3 Other net receipts 6

76,780
62,884
3,008
6,837
4,051

14
15
16
17

16,844
3,334
5,035
5,369

1 AH sources 2
2 Individual income taxes, net
. .
3 Withheld
4 Presidential Klection Campaign Fund
5 Nonwithheld
6 Refunds
7
8

. .

Corporation income taxes
Gross receipts
Refunds

Excise taxes
Customs deposits
Estate and gift taxes 6
Miscellaneous receipts

.
. .

Transition
quarter
(JulySept.
1976)i

Calendar year
1974

Jan.

Feb.

401,997

23,475

20,224

180,988
165,215
39
47,804
32,070

14,326
9,296

8,599
9,503

5,075
45

945
1,851

60,057
5,164

65,380
5,428

1,722
160

1,066
248

25,760
21,534
269
2,698
1,259

108,688
88,196
4,014
11,312
5,167

123,410
99,626
4,267
13,850
5,668

5,233
4,439
170
245
379

8,401
7,079
214
761
345

4,473
1,212
1,455
1,612

17,548
5,150
7,327
6,531

18,376
6,573
5,285
7,413

1,263
304
455
333

1,315
239
423
429

1977

1978

81,773

357,762

38,801
32,949
1
6,809
958

157,626
144,820
37
42,062
29,293

46,783
5,374

9,809
1,348

86,441
71,788
3,416
6,771
4,466

92,714
76,391
3,518
8,054
4,752

16,551
3,676
4,611
6,711

16,963
4,074
5,216
8,026

Calendar year 1974

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

16,819

29,659

19,240

31,259

20,943

23,618

28,237

19,601

3,221
9,666

14,764
9,959

5,639
10,086

14,231
10,616

10,810
10,231

10,483
10,221

13,945
9,752

10,595
10,111

2,186
8,631

11,118
6,313

1,204
5,651

4,077
462

957
378

491
229

4,323
130

561
78

5,887
338

5 ,893
430

1,318
218

9,269
237

1,796
310

1,084
256

6,082
435

1,717
511

9 Social insurance taxes and contributions, net
10 Payroll employment taxes and contributions 3 . . .
1 1 Self-employment taxes and contributions 4
12 Unemployment insurance
.
.
13 Other net receipts 6

5,721
5,059
228
96
338

6,896
4,390
1,603
552
351

10,036
7,195
311
2,190
340

5,385
4,755
281
18
332

5,781
5,005

9,543
7,813

6,119
5,428
240
62
389

5,141
4,558

14
15
16
17

1,211
277
465
376

1,275
286
371
605

1,391
295
437
342

1,423
301
370
517

1,517
325
418
606

1,465
305
352
404

1,401
347
370
542

I All sources

2

2 Individual income taxes net
3 Withheld
4 Presidential Election Campaign Fund
5 Nonwithheld
6 Refunds
.
7
8

....

. .

Corporation income taxes
Gross receipts
Refunds

Excise taxes
Customs deposits
..
Estate and gift taxes
Miscellaneous receipts °

.

418 ""i!363*
358
368

1,415
355
453
541

Calendar year 1975

Calendar year 1974

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

1 All sources ;J

22,265

24,944

24,992

19,973

20,040

2 Individual income taxes, net
3 Withheld
4 Presidential Election Campaign Fund
5 Nonwithheld
6 Refunds

10,827
10,634

10,801
10,429

15,489
10,255

305
111

461
90

5,366
132

7,743
10,953
7
1,046
4,264

4,134
9,617
8
2,661
8,152

1,111
314

6,458
190

1,745
557

1,275
496

9 Social insurance taxes and contributions, net
10 Payroll employment taxes and contributions 3 . .
11 Self-employment taxes and contributions4 . .
12 Unemployment insurance
13 Other net receipts 5

7,748
6,633
762
354

5,441
4,982
14
89
356

5,673
4,802
223
245
403

14
15
16
17

1,474
319
350
749

1,489
307
341
298

1,351
307
385
599

7
8

Corporation income taxes
Gross receipts
Refunds

Excise taxes
Customs deposits
Estate and gift taxes 6
Miscellaneous receipts




221
362

May

June

31,392

13,010

31,982

16,065
9,542
15
12,766
6,258

-1,630
10,300

13,123
10,027

819
12,749

4,540
1,444

7,228
649

5,819
726

1,192
18

10,241
664

8,982
7,670
225
732
355

6,867
6,217
258
21
370

8,126
5,438
1,743
557
388

10,588
7,689
340
2,209
350

6,431
5,553
373
92
413

1,277
260
399
535

1,160
295
356
648

1,166
286
317
339

1,373
270
459
776

1,464
301
412
673

111

27. U.S. budget—Continued

A. Receipts=Continued
Millions of dollars
Calendar year 1975

Source

Calendar
1976
t"
~
Jan.

July
1 A l l sources

2

7
8

9 Social insurance tuxes and contributions, net
10 Payroll employment taxes and contributions 3
11 Self-employment taxes und contributions *
12 Unemployment insurance
13 Other net receipts 5
....
...
14
15
16
17

Excise taxes
Customs deposits
.
Estate and gift taxes s
Miscellaneous receipts

....

23,604

28,615

19,316

21,867

25,997

25,632

10,403
10,246

13,609
9,182

10,653
9,983

10,354
10,195

11,200
10,738

488
331

4,809
382

589
-81

283
124

57i
109

15,276
9,518
1
5,843
86

1,045
425

6,277
264

1,694
821

1,072
399

6,884
354

1,771
218

6,128
5,309

Corporation income taxes
Gross receipts
Refunds

Dec.

908
498

. . .

Nov.

20,056

...

Oct.

9,615
9,205

....

Sept.

1,838
471

....

2 Individual income taxes, net
3 Withheld
4 Presidential Election Campaign Fund
5 Nonwithheld
.
....
...
6 Refunds . .
. .

Aug.

9,713
8,085

6,280
5,555
251
75
400

5,206
4,551

7,994
6,900

259
395

716
377

5,565
5,043
17
110
395

6,430
5,540
225
223
442

1,430
312
431
539

1,462
343
396
382

1,476
310
428
633

1,484
347
386
485

1,332
348
401
292

444' ""ii256'
375
372
....

...

. .

1,514
313
503
615

1,394
302
430
742

Calendar year 1976

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

1 All sources c

20,845

20,431

33,348

22,679

37,615

22,660

27,360

2 Individual income taxes net
3 Withheld .
.
. . .
4 Presidential Election Campaign Fund
5 Nonwithheld
.
. .
6 Refunds . .
.
,

7,778
10,938
7
933
4,100

5,272
11,377
9
2,332
8,646

15,248
10,029
7
12,723
7,512

6,157
10,749
6
573
5,171

16,037
11,249
3
5,275
490

11,201
10,731

12,088
11,813

1,018
549

542
267

1,203
422

6,485
6121

6,727
607

1,396
380

10,391
391

1,885
372

1,111
422

9,631
8,330
237
693
370

6,635
5,796
275
129
435

9,349
6,179
1,832
952
386

12,811
9,132
359
2,940
380

6,971
5,970
322
254
425

7,068
5,937

11,614
9,328

723
408

1,822
464

1,354
288
475
538

1,344
334
4:50
4152

1,353
357
387
535

1,329
349
489
528

1,489
421
442
2,255

1,510
389
454
524

1,476
394
547
552

7
8

.

.

Corporation income taxes
Gross receipts
Refunds , ,

9 Social insurance taxes and contributions, net
10 Payroll employment taxes and contributions 3
1 1 Self-employment taxes and contributions *
12 Unemployment insurance. . .
13 Other net receipts 5
14
15
16
17

Excise taxes
Customs deposits
Estate and gift taxes 6
Miscellaneous receipts

. ...

1

Aug.

Calendar year 1977

Calendar year 1976
Sept,

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

31,753

21,018

25,694

29,470

29,954

24,182

24,817

15,513
10,406

11,095
10,694

12,530
12,200

12,662
12,179

5,249
142

564
163

375
45

678
195

18,085
11,979
1
6,113
7

8,370
11,398
8
1,009
4,045

5,589
12,772
10
2,364
9,558

. .

6,812
554

1,874
84t>

1,185
486

7,838
205

2,007
313 !

9 Social insurance taxes and contributions, net
10 Payroll employment taxes and contributions 3
11 Self-employment taxes and contributions*
12 Unemployment insurance
13 Other net receipts 6
.....
....
.....

7,077
6,269
269
153
386

6,199
5,308

9,432
7,776

503
388

1,205
451

6,207
5,809
17
-26
407

7,320
6,271
240
347
463

1,486
429
453
537

1,408
345
417
527

1,517
392
570
554

1,513
412
502
542

1,447
381 !
504
521

1 A l l sources ^

. . . . .

...

2 Individual income taxes net
3 Withheld . .
4 Presidential Election Campaign Fund
5 Nonwithheld
6 Refunds . .
7
8

14
15
16
17

Corporation income taxes
Gross receipts
Refunds

Excise taxes
Customs deposits
Estate and gift taxes
Miscellaneous receipts ®

112



.

...

,

.....

. .
. .

;

1,311
363

9,131
412

10,764
9,110
247
997
410

7,601
6,568
290
315
428

1,294
347
1,890
568

1,283
466
625
534

27. U.S. budget—Continued

A. Receipts—Continued
Millions of dollars
Calendar year 1977
Source

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

1 All sources 2

39,833

27,549

43,948

24,967

29,683

36,647

24,130

2 Individual income taxes, net
3 Withheld
4 Presidential Election Campaign Fund
5 Nonwithheld
.
6 Refunds

18,665
11,986
7
14,398
7,725

9,290
12,993
6
1,969
5,678

18,822
12,175
4
7,106
462

12,453
12,240

12,732
12,429

17,332
11,776

13,278
12,770

923
711

660
357

5,903
346

711
203

8,461
488

1,465
369

14,758
379

1,968
430

1,288
479

8,770
394

2,159
714

10,515
6,670
2,328
1,107
410

14,206
9,912
248
3,582
464

7,696
6,709
335
228
425

8,011
6,775

12,908
10,297

6,550
5,542

800
437

2,161
450

7,828
6,990
309'
94
435

1,392
393
376
517

1,485
427
501
545

1,530
504
437
580

1,567
446
455
498

1,523
543
597
571

1,589
494
454
574

1,529
406
410
512

7
8

Corporation income taxes
Gross receipts
Refunds

9 Social insurance taxes and contributions net
10 Payroll employment taxes and contributions 3
1 1 Self- employment taxes and contributions *
12 Unemployment insurance
13 Other net receipts 6
14 Excise taxes
15 Customs deposits
16 Estate and gift taxes
\ 7 Miscellaneous receipts "

,

•

Calendar year 1977

54i'
466

Calendar year 1978

Nov.

7
8

Corporation income taxes
Gross receipts
Refunds

14
15
16
17

May

32,796

33,201

26,922

25,233

42,545

35,091

13,943
13,351
770
179

20,217
13,111
1
7,154
48

10,747
12,811
6
905
2,975

5,612
14,469
9
2,537
11,403

19,036
13,095
10
13,611
7,680

14,422
14,808
6
6,750
7,142

9,549
337

2,273
282

1,521
508

8,682
659

9,342
492

1,624
441

10,404
8,750
1,216
438

6,647
6,030
7
123
486

7,997
6,898
259
403
437

12,427
10,479
266
1,192
490

8,560
7,616
322
144
478

11,828
7,495
2,492
1,393
448

16,092
10,796
288
4,499
508

1,615
459
439
587

.

Apr.

1,386
466

Excise taxes
Customs deposits
Estate and gift taxes
ivliscellaneous receipts**

Mar.

430
172

9 Social insurance taxes and contributions net
10 Payroll employment taxes and contributions '
11 Self-employment taxes and contributions4
12 Unemployment insurance
13 Other net receipts 6
.

Feb.

13,173
12,916

.

Jan,

27,598
2 Individual income taxes, net
3 Withheld
4 Presidential Election Campaign Fund
5 Nonwithheld
6 Refunds
•

Dec.

1,463
501
482
549

1,492
494
447
563

1,259
441
434
602

1,395
603
462
577

1,368
545
296
622

1,670
584
512
629

Calendar year 1978
June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 All sources 2

47,657

29,194

35,040

42,591

28,745

33,227

37,477

2 Individual income taxes, net
3 Withheld
4 President ial Election Campaign Fund
5 Nonwithheld
6 Refunds

20,301
14,490
5
6,627
820

14,590
14,182
2
1,088
682

14,784
14,370

20,883
14,843

15,922
15,032

16,609
16,268

16,066
15,454

868
454

6,354
314

1,104
214

533
192

830
219

15,054
399

2,127
342

1,509
388

10,153
400

2,436
752

1,541
493

10,769
382

9,518
15,587
9,287
7,960
8,383
12,191
265
169 ""i;694' ""2,912
464
484
470

8,515
7,485
369
162
499

7,805
6,595

11,923
9,762

7,716
7,059

722
488

1,662
499

174
483

1,707
596
407
590

1,637
610
445
747

1,635
621
477
602

1,712
646
460
829

1,597
594
386
732

7
8

Corporation income taxes
Gross receipts
Refunds

. ..

9 Social insurance taxes and contributions, net
10 Payroll employment taxes and contributions '
11 Self-employment taxes and contributions ^
12 Unemployment insurance
13 Other net receipts 6
14
15
16
17

Excise taxes
Customs deposits
Estate and gift taxes 6
Miscellaneous receipts . .




.

.•

1,651
653
436
674

1,591
681
515
760

113

27. U.S. budget Continued
B. Outlays
Millions of dollars
Calendar year 1976 *

Fiscal year

1974

7
8
9
10
11

National defense
International affairs
General science, space, and technology
Energy 4
Natural resources and environment 4

,.

Agriculture
Commerce and housing credit 4
Transportation 4 .
Community and regional development
Education, training, employment, and social
services

12 Health
13 Income security 3
14 Veterans benefits and services
16 General government

...

1976

Transition
quarter
(JulySept.
1976)2

1977

1978

July

Aug.

Sept.

326,185

366,439

94,729

402,725

450,836

33,951

29,604

31,174

77,781
5,681
3,977
837
5,670

85,552
6,922
3,989
2,170
7,335

89,430
5,552
4,370
3,127
8,124

22,307
2,193
1,161
794
2,532

97,501
4,813
4,677
4,172
10,000

105,186
5,922
4,742
5,861 ,
10,925

7,435
1,020
402
1,276

7,723
421
-44
1,159

7,149
752
803
891

2,227
3,925
9,172
4,080

1,659
5,607
10,388
3,689

2,504
3,792
13,435
4,709

581
1,392
3,304
1,340

5,532
-44
14,636
6,286

7,731
3,325
15,444
11,000

176
2,052

129
649

276
1,995

442

577

321

12,344

15t870

18,737

5,162

20,985

26,463

1,350

1,457

2,355

22,073
84,437
13,386
2,462
3,296

1 All types 3
2
3
4
5
6

1975

269,620

Type

27,648
108,610
16,597
2,942
3,182

33,448
127,412
18,432
3,320
3,006

8,721
32,797
3,962
859
883

38,785
137,915
18,038
3,600
3,374

43,676
146,212
18,974
3,802
3,777

3,037
11,022
1,370
320
181

3,110
10,779
1,385
239
360

2,574
10,996
1,207
300
342

2,092
9,601
9,499
7,216
38,009
43,966
-2,567 -15,053 -15,772

1,775
2,497
-404

112
2,409
-861

205
2,310
-1,302

7,187
7,235
6,890
28,032
30,911
34,511
-16,651 -14,075 -14,704

17 General-purpose fiscal assistance
18 Interest 6
19 Undistributed offsetting receipts 6 > 6

Calendar year 1976

Oct.

Calendar year 1977

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr,

May

June

32,640

30,880

34,646

35,548

33,714

32,920

7,073
373
305
991

11,670
-3,026
333
960

9,685
-242
402
308
887

5,132
3,563
356
381
714

8,478
459
351
391
863

8,767
-629
361
445
990

350
563
-326 t
227
i 1,033
404
485

737
184
1,120
568

130
-15
1,603
500

236
70
1,202
648

Nov.

Dec.

33,998

33,085

31,890

7,597
539
431
> 1,020

7,420
305
400
1,321

7,567
489
417
1,162

7
8
9
10
11

Agriculture
.
. .
...
187
} 2,232
Commerce and housing credit 4
Transportation 4
Community and regional development
398
Education, training, employment, and social
services
1,128

667
1,724
753

369

675

1,709

1,563

1,541

1,632

1,654

1,612

1,635

-139

12
13
14
15
16

Health
Income security 8 .
Veterans benefits and services
Administration of justice
General government

3,252
11,069
1,398
383
171

3,014
11,012
1,697
300
395

4,071
10,532
1,466
296
311

2,961
11,629
1,634
340
94

3,063
11,574
1,606
244
285

2,671
12,694
1,612
292
281

3,242
11,448
1,684
306
112

3,326
11,445
1,625
285
487

10,056
7,287
1,226
316
324

1,987
2,642
-436

59§
2,438
-660

128
6,025
-4,207

2,062
2,382
-460

25
2,674
-588

31
2,522
-459

2,114
2,751
-476

55
2,690
-609

63
5,908
-4,211

1 All types 3
2
3
4
5
6

National defense
International affairs
General science, space, and technology
Energy 4
Natural resources and environment 4

17 General-purpose fiscal assistance
1 8 Interest s
19 Undistributed offsetting receipts 6 » 6

114



....

709
992,

370
670

27. U.S. budget—Continued
B. Outlays—Continued
Millions of dollars
Calendar year 1977

Type
July
1 AH types 3

Aug.

Sept.

Calendar year 1978

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

Jan,

Feb.

Mar.

33,645

34,730

35,029

38,792

36,866

37,648

36,918

33,914

40,206

National defense
International affairs
. .
...
General4 science, space, and technology
Energy
Natural resources and environment4

7,611
848
357
592
640

8,009
889
420
413
1,050

8,492
1,230
544
663
381

8,152
380
378
336
914

8,858
366
390
486
1,036

8,403
385
382
399
1,157

8,257
17
369
319
826

8,382
183
392
360
595

9,355
577
433
417
781

7
8
9
10
11

Agriculture
.
..
.
Commerce and housing credit 4
Transportation.4
,
. . .
Community and regional development
Education, training, employment, and social
services . . . . .

622
1,585
-572
164

738
-334
1,333
759

223
287
1,577
563

1,089
2,255
1,352
563

1,550
412
1,342
968

1,692
283
1,278
717

1,786
15
1,351
677

-42
-475
938
730

701
-17
1,049
1,449

12
13
14
15
16

Health
Income security 8
Veterans benefits and services
Administration of justice
General government

2
3
4
5
6

18 Interest6
19 Undistributed offsetting receipts6' 8. .

1,847

4,870

1,827

1,923

1,846

2,064

2,100

2,226

4,206
11,100
1,420
269
347

-4,652
17,090
1,325
278
369

3,369
11,479
1,575
282
182

3,633
11,620
1,599
321
376

4,408
11,258
2,607
294
320

3,264
12,331
685
306
167

3,621
12,206
1,516
326
355

3,874
13,464
2,679
291
374

2,267
2,493
-1,338

. . .

1,933
3,575
11,035
1,345
291
198

54
2,844
-636

123
2,640
-973

2,274
2,908
-524

249
2,757
-1,021

48
6,237
-4,063

2,330
2,627
-475

52
3,353
-677

43
3,091
-581

Calendar year 1978

Apr.

2
3
4
5
6

National defense .
.
International affairs
General4 science, space, and technology
Energy
,
.
Natural resources and environment 4

.

7
8
9
10
11

Agriculture
......
Commerce and housing credit *
Transportation 4 , .
.
Community and regional development
Education, training, employment, and social
services

12
13
14
15
16

Health
Income security 3
Veterans benefits and services . . .
Administration of justice
General government . . . .

17 General-purpose fiscal assistance
18 Interest 6
19 Undistributed offsetting receipts 6 - 8.




.......

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

36,080

1 All types 8

May

36,800

38,643

36,424

39,572

38,973

8,476
1,251
380
381
547

9,080
87
427
590
983

8,985
1,232
394
654
958

8,495
184
368
548
854

9,742
987
405
621
982

9,001
273
424
750
1,292

37
-102
1,247
659

97
87
1,213
1,101

-144
49
1,417
884

183
458
1,415
860

386
-110
1,288
1,218

396
470
1,554
1,174

2,025

2,480

2,323

2,099

2,716

2,833
12,495
558
340
130

3,700
12,361
1,753
371
484

3,855
12,513
2,434
311
335

3,598
11,640
610
304
231

4,039
12,266
1,529
317
340

2,050
3,295
-522

153
3,296
-1,464

50
6,618
-4,226

1,965
3,013
-401

36
3,539
-729

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

42,691

39,134

41,392

9,197
324
367
821
878

9,239
-47
412
792
889

9,450
339
407
747
1,125

949
2,124
1,695
929

1,372
41
1,414
910

1,681
309
1,374
753

2,834

2,144

2,244

2,210

3,482
12,579
1,429
339
483

4,037
11,815
1,647
328
785

3,957
12,358
1,667
392
196

4,717
12,469
2,650
309
269

351
3,232
-1,089

2,019
3,030
-397

160
3,850
-713

79
7,372
-4,870

115

28. Federal debt subject to statutory limit—Types and ownership
Billions of dollars

1974

Item

._

1975

1976

Mar. 31 June 30 Sept. 30 Dec. 31 Mar. 31 June 30 Sept. 30 Dec. 31 Mar. 31 June 30
485.7
2 Public debt securities
3 Held by public
.
5 Agency securities
6 Held by public
7 Held by agencies

.,

. .

8 Debt subject to statutory limit
9 Public debt securities
10 Other debt l

,

11 MEMO* Statutory debt limit

....

493.1

504.0

520.7

544.1

564.0

587.6

611.4

631.9

474.2
336.0
138.2
12.0
10.0
2.0

461.5
340.9
140.6
11.7
9.7
2.0

492.7
351.5
141.2
11.3
9.3
2.0

509.7
371.2
138.5
11.0
9.1
1.9

533.7
387.9
145.3
10.9
9.0
1.9

553.6
411,4
142.3
10. S3
9.0
2,0

576.6
437.3
139.3
10.9
8.9
2.0

600.5
461.4
139.1
10.9
8.9
2.0

620.4
470.8
149.6
11.5
9.5
2.9

475.4

..

486.2

473.7
342.5
131.2
12.0
10.0
2.0

476.0

481.7

493.0

510.6

534.2

554.7

577,8

601.6

621.6

473.1
2.4

473.6
2.4

47.9.4
2.4

490.5
2.4

509.0
1.6

532.6
1.6

553.0
1.7

576.0
1.7

599.6
1.7

619.8
1.7

475.7

495.0

49:;. o

495.0

531.0

577.0

577.0

595.0

627.0

636.0

1977

1976

1978

Sept, 30 Dec. 31 Mar, 31 June 30 Sept. 30 Dec. 31 Mar. 31 June 30 Sept. 30 Dee. 31
1 Federal debt outstanding

646.42

665.5

68C.1

685.2

709.1

729.2

747.8

758.8

780.4

797.7

2 Public debt securities
3 Held by public
4 Held by agencies
5 Agency securities
.
6 Held by public
7 Held by agencies . .

634.7
488.6
146.1
11.6
9.7*
1.9

653.5
506.4
147.1
12.0
10.0
1.9

669.2
524.3
144.9
10.9
9.1
1.8

674.4
523.2
151.2
10.8
9.0
1.8

698.8
543.4
155.5
10.3
8.5
1.8

718.9
564.1
154.8
10.2
8.4
1.8

738.0
585.2
152.7
9.9
8.1
1.8

749.0
587.9
161.1
9.8
8.0
1.8

771.5
603.6
168.0
8.9
7.4
1.5

789.2
619.2
170.0
8.5
7.0
1.5

635.8

654.7

670.3

675.6

700.0

720.1

739.1

750.2

772.7

790.3

634.1
1.7

652.9
1.7

668,6
1,7

673.8
1.7

698.2
1.7

718.3
1.7

737.3
1.8

748.4
1.8

770.9
1.8

788.6
1.7

636.0

682.0

682,0

700.0

700.0

752.0

752.0

752.0

798.0

798.0

..

,

...

8 Debt subject to statutory limit
9 Public debt securities
10 Other debt l
1 1 MEMO : Statutory debt limit

116




..

29. Gross public debt of the U.S. Treasury—Types and ownership
Billions of dollars, end of period
19 74

Type and holder

Jan.

2
3
4
5
6

Nonmarketable 2
Convertible bonds 8
Foreign issues 4
. .
Savings bonds and notes
Government-account series B

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

470.7

474.5

471.9

474.7

475.1

475.3

481.8

481.5

480.2

485.4

492.7

466
270
107
124
37

Type
Interest-bearing debt
Marketable
Bills
Notes
Bonds

Mar.

468.2

1 Total gross public debt 1

Feb.

468
269
107
126
35

472
273
111
126
25

470
270
107
127
35

472
269
107
128
33

473
266
105
128
33

474
268
107
128
33

480
272
110
127
33

480
272
111
127
33

479
273
112
127
33

484
277
114
129
33

491
282
119
129
33

3
1
8
6
7

6
7
9
1
7

6
6
9
1
6

1
5
3
6
5

7
6
9
4
2

2
6
0
4
1

3
8
3
4
0

7
1
6
7
9

1
6
1
7
8

2
5
1
7
8

2
5
6
6
3

6
9
7
8
4

196 1
2 3
25 3
61.0
107.0

199 0
2 3
24 4
61.3
109.5

199 0
2 3
25 2
61.6
109.4

199 6
2 3
27 7
61.9
109.2

203 2
2 3
26 0
62.1
112.1

206 7
2 3
25 0
62.4
116.3

205 6
2 3
24 4
62.7
115.5

208 6
2.3
23 2
62.8
119.6

207 5
2 3
23 2
63.0
118.3

205 6
2'3
23 1
63.3
116.2

206 6
2 3
23 1
63.6
116.9

208 7
2 3
22 8
63 !8
119.1

Holders
12 U.S. government agencies and trust funds. 128.7
13 Federal Reserve Banks
. .
78 2

131.3
78 2

131.2
79 5

131.1
80 0

133.9
81 4

138.2
80 5

137.5
78 1

141.6
81 1

140.4
81 0

138.4
79 4

139.0
81 0

141.2
80 5

261 1
59 0
2 8
6 0
10'9
30 7

263 8
59 5
2.8
6 1
11.7
30 6

260 7
56 8
2 7
5 9
10.5
30 1

259 4
54 4
2*6
6 0
11.2
29 2

256 4
53 2
2 6
5 9
10 '8
28 3

259,7
53 5
2.6
5 7
11.3
28 8

259 0
53 1
2.6
5 8
11.0
29 2

260
52
2
5
10
29

1
0
5
8
5
3

262 5
52 7
2 5
5 9
11.2
28 8

265 3
53 7
2.5
60
28 7

271.0
55 6
2.5
6 2
11.2
29 2

60
17
53
20

61
17
54
19

61
17
55
19

61
18
57
18

61
18
57
17

62 2
19 4
56.9
19 2

62
20
56
18

62
20
56
20

5
8
0
5

62
21
56
20

63.1
21 1
58.3
20 8

63.3
21 5
58.4
23 1

7
8
9
10
11

0

14 Private investors . . .
15 Commercial banks
16 Mutual savings banks
17 Insurance companies
18 Other corporations
19 State and local governments
Individuals
20
Savings bonds . .
21
Other securities
22 Foreign and international 7 8
23 Other miscellaneous investors

. . 261 2
60 2
2"8
6 3
10 7
29 9
60
16
52
21

5
9
8
1

8
1
5
4

1
3
9
8

4
8
9
7

7
3
3
6

9
8
7
3

3
3
0
9

8
0
6
6

n!o

1975

Jan.

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Type
Interest-bearing debt
Marketable
Bills
Notes
Bonds .
.

Nonmarketable Convertible bonds 3
. . .
Foreign issues 4
Savings bonds and notes
Government-account series &

. .

Holder «
12 U.S. government agencies and trust funds
13 Federal Reserve Banks
14 Private investors
.
15 Commercial banks
16 Mutual savings banks
17 Insurance companies
....
18 Other corporations
19 State and local governments
Individuals
20
Savings bonds .
21
Other securities
.
22 Foreign and international 7 8
23 Other miscellaneous investors




..

..

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

499 7

509 7

516 7

528 2

533 2

538 2

547 7

553 6

562 0

566.8

576 <S

493
286
121
131
33

. .

Mar.

494 1

1 Total gross public debt 1

Feb.

498
289
123
132
34

7
8
0
7
1

508 6
300.0
124 0
141 9
34 1

515
307
126
145
35

527
314
131
146
36

532
315
128
150
36

1
6
6
3
8

537 2
323.7
133 4
153 6
36 7

546 7
331.1
138 1
155 2
37 8

552 6
338.9
142 8
158 5
37 7

561 1
350.9
147 1
166 3
37 6

565.8
355.9
151,1
166 1
38.7

575.7
363.2
157.5
167 1
38.6

207 0
2 3
23 0
64.2
116 9

208 8
2 3
23 3
64.5
118 1

208.6
2 3
24.0
64.8
116 8

208.6
2 3
23.6
65.2
116 8

212 1
2 3
23.5
65.5
120 1

216 5
2 3
23.2
65.9
124 2

213.5
2 3
22.2
66.3
121 7

215.6
2 3
21.6
66.6
124 1

213.7
2 3
21.5
66.9
121 9

210.2
2 3
21.2
67.2
118 2

209.9
2.3
21.3
67.6
117 5

212.5
2,3
21.6
67.9
119,4

139.0
81 3

139.8
81.1

138.5
81.4

138.0
87.8

140.9
85.6

145.3
84.7

142.5
81.9

144.8
82.5

142.3
87.0

138.8
87.2

137.7
85.1

139.3
87.9

273
54
2
6
11
30

8
6
6
3
3
0

278 9
56.5
2 7
6 3
11 4
30 5

289 8
61.8
2.9
6 6
12 0
29.7

290 9
64.1
3.2
6 8
12 5
29.8

301 7
67.7
3.4
7 1
13 7
29.8

303 2
69.0
3.5
7 1
13 2
31.7

313 8
71.8
3.7
7.4
16 2
31.4

320 4
74.8
3.9
7.5
16 0
31.2

324 4
78.3
4.0
7.7
15 0
32.2

336 0
79,3
4.2
7.9
17 5
33.8

343.9
82.2
4.4
8.8
20.0
33.9

349.4
85.1
4.5
9.5
20,2
34.2

63 7
21 6
61.5
22 2

64 0
21 3
64.6
21 6

64.3
21 4
65.0
26.1

64.7
21 4
64.9
23.4

65 1
21 5
66.9
26.6

65 5
21 6
66.0
25.5

65.8
21 8
66.7
29.1

66.1
22 6
67.3
31.1

66.4
23 2
65.5
32.2

66.7
23 8
66.9
35.8

67.1
23.9
66.1
37.5

67,3
24.0
66.5
38.0

1
1
0
8
3

8
2
9
0
3

0
9
5
5
8

117

29. Gross public debt of the U.S. Treasury—Types and ownership—Continued
Billions of dollars, end of period
1976

Type and holder

Jan.
1 Total gross public debt
2
3
4
5
6

Type
Interest-bearing debt
Marketable .
Bills
Notes. .
Bonds

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oc,

Nov.

Dee,,

593 9

600 5

602 0

610 7

620 4

624 5

633 3

634 7

637 6

644 6

653 5

581
369
159
171
38

,

Mar.

584 4

1

Feb.

592
378
162
177
39

599
385
163
183
39

600
386
161
185
38

608
388
161
186
39

619
392
161
191
39

623
397
161
197
39

632
404
161
203
39

633
40?
161
206
39

635
408
161
207
39

641
415
161
213
40

6
4
7
0
7

652 *f
421 t
164,0
216 7
40 ! 6

9
3
6
1
6

9
8
1
6
1

2
3
1
1
0

9
4
8
8
9

1
0
8
5
7

3
6
2
8
6

6
7
4
2
1

3
3
4
0
9

6
7
5
3
8

1
6
5
3
8

212.5
2 3
21 6
68 2
119 0

214.1
2 3
21 7
68 6
120 1

213.9
2 3
21 7
69 'O
119 4

214.5 220.1
2 3 i 2 3
21 5
21 6
69 ',4
69 8
124 6
119 5

226.7
2 3
21 5
70 'l
130.6

225.9
2 3
21 4
70 8
128 9

228.0
2 3
21 0
71 5
130 6

2\i. 9 226.5
2 3
22 3
20 8
71 5
71 2
128 6 127^2

228.2
2 3
22 5
71 9
127.4

231.2
2 3
22 3
72 3
129.7

Holder e
12 U.S. government agencies and trust funds. 139.3
13 Federal Reserve Banks
89 8

139.8
89 0

139.1
89 8

139,1
91 8

143.7
90 5

149.4
94 4

147.6
90 7

148 0
94 0

146.1
96 4

144.6
95 7

144.9
91 7

147.1
97 0

355 3
88.8

365 0
87.5

371 7
90.3

371 0
90.9

376 4
91.5

376 4
92.5

386 2
94.5

391 3
93,5

392 2
95.3

10 0
21.2
34 6

10 1
23.2
36 4

10 4
23.0
37.8

10 3
23.8
37.7

10 4 ! 10 5
25.0
26'.0
39.5
27.6

11 1
27.0
37 2

11 6
27.8
38.7

2S.7
39.1

r6

397 3
96. 8
.5
5 .3
12 1
24.7
41.5

408 1
100.7
C 1
5.3
12 2
24,2
42 .1

409 5
103 . 8
5 .5
12 3
25.5
41.6

67
24
68
38

68
25
69
39

68
26
68
40

68 9
25' 8
70 2
37 4

69 3
26.6
71 0
38.7

70
26
72
41

3
8
8
9

71 0
28 8
74 6
40.9

70 9
28.8
74 6
42,9

71 3
28.8
75 2
43.6

71 7
29.0
76 0
47.7

72 0
28.8
78.1
43.2

7
8
9
10
11

Nonmarketable *
Convertible bonds 3
Foreign issues 4
Savings bonds and notes . . 6
Government-account series

14 Private investors
.
15 Commercial banks
16 Mutual savings banks
17 Insurance companies
18 Other corporations
19 State and local governments
Individuals
20
Savings bonds
21
Other securities
22 Foreign and international 7 8
23 Other miscellaneous investors

..

7
0
3
9

1
8
6
9

5
0
1
8

69 6
26.8
69 8
38.2
1977

Jan.

2
3
4
5
6

Nonmarketable 2
. .
Convertible bonds 3
Foreign issues 4
Savings bonds and notes
Government-account series'5

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

663 3

669 2

671 0

672 1

674 4

673 9

685 2

698 8

697 4

708 0

718 9

653
424
164
219
40

Type
Interest-bearing debt . ,
Marketable
Bills
Notes . . . .
Bonds.

Mar.

653 9

1 Total gross public debt l

Feb.

662
431
164
225
41

668
435
164
229
41

668
434
162
230
41

671
431
157
230
43

0
5
9
2
3

673.4
431 1
155 1
232 9
43 2

671
430
154
231
44

684
438
154
238
45

1
I
3
1
8

697.6
443 5
156 1
241 7
45 7

696.3
447 4
156 2
245 6
45 7

707.0
454 9
H6 7
25 1 ', 1
47 1

715.2
459 9
161 1
251.8
47 0

248 9
2 2
21 1
76 2
136.9

2S2 1
2 2
21 7
76 6
138.6

255 3
2 2
22 '2
77 0
139.8

0
0
0
5
5

3
6
2
9
6

2
4
3
6
5

5
1
0
7
4

4
2
2
4
7

. 229 0
2 3
22*2
72 6
126.8

230 7
2 3
22 1
73 0
127.8

232 8
2 2
22 1
73 4
128.2

234 4
2 2
21 9
73 9
129.0

239 5
2 2
21 8
74 3
133.0

242 2
2 2
21.7
74 7
134.8

241 1
2 2
21 5
75 2
132.4

245 9
22
21*4
75 5
136.3

254 I
2 *>
21 g
75 8
140.11

Holder «
12 U.S. government agencies and trust funds. 144.0
94 1
13 Federal Reserve Banks

144.4
95 8

145.0
96 0

145.5
99.8

149.4
97.4

151.2
102.2

148.7
98.6

151.9
98.4

152.2
153.9
155.5
104.79 94.6* 96.5

154.8
102.5

1 428 3
5 106 0
5 2
7
12.2
2
26 0
9
3- 43 4

425 7
103 5
6 2
12.6
26 3
46 9

425 3
102.2
61
12,9
25 8
49 1

421 0
104.9
6 0
14.2
23 8
48.4

426 5
100 1
6 0
14.1
23 5
47 8

434 9
100. 0
6 0
14.1
24 5
52 7

438 6
101.0
6 1
14.5
23 9
53.5

450 6
100.5
60
14.7
23 8
54.5

457 6
101.4
6 0
15.3
23 4
55.6

461 3
102.4
6 0
15,5
22 2
55.1

73
28
86
39

73 7
28.6
86 0
40 7

74 0
28.6
87.9
36 0

74
28
90
41

75 2
28.5
91 9
42 1

75 6
28.3
95.5
40 7

76 0
28.4
101.3
45 3

76 4
28.5
106.7
44 2

76 7
28.6
109.6
45 1

7
8
9
10
11

14 Private investors
15 Commercial banks
16 Mutual savings banks
..
...
17 Insurance cdmpanies
18 Other corporations
19 State and local governments
Individuals
20
Savings bonds
21
Other securities
22 Foreign and international'. 8 . . .
23 Other miscellaneous investors

118




.

415
101
5
12
27
44

8
0
6
2
8
4

423
104
5
12
27
42

72
28
80
40

4
6
3
6

72
28
82
42

8
7
3
9

72
28
84
44

8
7
7
7

2
6
1
3

9
4
2
5

29. Gross public debt of the U.S. Treasury—Types and ownership—Continued
Billions of dollars, end of period
19 78

Type and holder

Jan.
1 Total gross public debt
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

1

Type
Interest-bearing debt
Marketable
Bills
.
Notes
Bonds . . .
. .

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

721 6

729 8

738 0

736 6

741 6

749 0

750 5

764 4

771 5

776 4

783 0

789 2

720.6
466 8
161 2
257 1
48 5

728.5
470 8
161 8
258 5
50 5

736.9
478 3
165 6
262 2
50 4

733.1
472 2
159 6
262 2
50 4

740.6
473 7
159 4
261 6
52 7

748.0
477 7
159 8
265 3
52 6

749.5
481 0
160.1
266 6
54 4

763.4
485 6
160 6
268 5
56 4

767.0
485 2
160 9
267 9
56 4

775.5
491 7
161 2
272 6
57 8

782.0
493 3
161 5
271 7
60 1

782.4
487 5
161 7
265 8
60 0

257
2
22
77
139

258
2
23
78
138

7
2
6
2
0

260 9
2 2
23.4
78 6
138 8

266.9
2 2
22 4
79 0
144 4

270
2
21
79
146

3
2
5
4
4

268.4
2 2
20.8
79 7
144 7

277
2
22
79
149

281
2
21
80
153

283
2
24
80
152

288
2
26
80
154

294
2
29
80
157

253
Nonmarketable 2
2
Convertible bonds 8
. . . .
22
Foreign issues 4
77
Savings bonds and notes 6
Government-account series
136

8
2
8
4
4

7
2
6
8
4

8
2
2
9
0

8
2
7
2
3

8
2
0
5
7

7
2
6
7
8

8
2
6
9
5

Holder «
12 U.S. government agencies and trust funds. 151.5
97 0
13 Federal Reserve Banks

154.2
98 5

152.7
101 6

153.6
103 1

159.1
102 8

161.1
110 I

159.3
108 9

163.7
111 7

168.0
114 8

166,3
115 3

167.4
113 3

170.0
109 6

473 1
100.9
58
15.1
23 4
56.7

477 1
102.2
5 8
15 0
22 3
58.6

483 7
101.1
5 7
14 9
20 8
61 2

479 5
100.7
5 6
14.8
19 9
61.2

479 7
98.4
5 6
14,9
19 7
60.2

477
98
5
14
19
62

8
5
5
7
0
7

482 3
97.7
5 6
15.0
20 0
61.7

489 0
95.8
5 5
15.1
22 4
69.2

488
95
5
15
21
67

3
3
4
1
5
8

494
94
5
15
21
67

7
3
4
3
0
1

502 3
93.5
5 3
15.1
20 9
69 1

508
93
5
15
20
68

6
4
2
0
6
6

77
29
112
52

77
29
115
51

78
28
124
48

78
28
120
49

78
28
119
53

79
29
119
50

1
0
3
0

79
29
120
53

79
29
121
50

79
29
121
52

8
4
0
9

80
29
122
54

2
6
5
3

80
29
132
55

80
30
137
57

7
0
8
4

14 Private investors
15 Commercial banks
16 Mutual savings banks
17 Insurance companies
18 Other corporations
19 State and local governments
Individuals
20
Savings bonds
j
21
Other securities
22 Foreign and international 7 8
23 Other miscellaneous investors




1
0
5
6

6
1
4
2

0
9
5
6

4
7
4
8

8
9
7
5

4
0
5
4

7
2
2
9

5
8
4
8

119

30. U.S. government marketable securities—Ownership, by maturity
A. All maturities
Par value; millions of dollars; end of period
1974

Type of holder

Ql

Q2

1975
Q3

Ql

Q4

273,596 266,575 272,608 282,891

1 All holders
2 U.S. government agencies and trust funds
3 Federal Reserve Banks
4 Private investors .
.
5 Commercial banks
6 Mutual savings banks
7 Insurance companies
8 Nonfinancial corporations
. .
9 Savings and loan associations
10 State and local governments
11 All others

1976
Q3

Q2

Ql

Q4

Q2

299,989 315,606 338,946 363,191 385,296 392,581

21,272 21,229 21,444 21,391 20,841 20,475 19,702 19,397 19,110 18,354
79,483 80,485 81,035 80,501 81,418 84,749 86,998 87,934 89,753 94,446
172,841 164,861 170,129 180,999 197,730 210,382 232,246 255,860 276,433 279,781
45,524 40,181 39,042 42,755 48,840 53,335 60,459 64,398 69,742 69,162
2,882
1,452
1,477
1,855
1,673
2,435
3,300
3,895
3,885
1,751
4,571
8,577
4,519
4,741
6,085
4,959
5,542
7,565
8,670
5,119
4,246
5,904
5,513
4,400
5,136
4,250
4,911
9,365 11,275 13,025
2,184
1,907
4,180
1,663
2,805
2,212
2,793
4,318
1,729
1,969
7,864
9,303
10,723
8,238
8,022
9,285 11,334 13,174
8,660
8,189
102,083 103,891 110,477 118,253 126,952 133,700 144,809 159,154 167,431 167,548
1977

1976
Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

1978
Q3

Q4

Ql

Q3

Q2

I

Q4

407,663 421,276 435,379 431,149 443,508 459,927 478,252 477,699 485,155 487,546

1 All holders

16,640 16,485 15,788 15,425 14,619 14,420 13,982 13,904 13,886 12,695
2 U S. government agencies and trust funds
3 Federal Reserve Banks
. . . . . 96,427 96,971 95,987 102,239 102,215 101,191 101,576 110,134 114,769 109,616
294,596 307,820 323,604 313,385 326,674 344,315 362,693 353,660 356,501 365,235
4 Private investors .
70,201 78,262 80,133 79,059 75,132 75,363 73,852 71,675 70,706 68,890
5 Commercial banks
4,072
4,390
4,200
4,422
3,975
3,736
3,740
4,519
6 Mutual savings banks
4,379
3,499
9,654 10,284 10,091 11,372 11,533 12,378 11,902 11,531 11,805 11,635
7 Insurance companies
8,197
9,474
14,102 14,193 14,284 12,487 11,126
8 Nonfinancial corporations
6,390
9,092
8,272
5,014
4,342
4,827
4,817
4,439
4,576
9 Savings and loan associations
3,835
5,605
5,179
4,369
11,467 12,252 12,625 14,522 16,960 15,495 16,564 15,446 18,075 18,815
10 State and local governments
180,759 184,182 196,347 186,828 202,322 222,409 242,963 240,540 238,714 250,288
1 1 All others

B. Total maturing within 1 year
Par value; millions of dollars; end of period
1974

Type of holder

Ql
1 All holders

Q2

1975
Q3

Q4

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

145,453 139,942 143,349 148 .,086 158,046 163,891 180,165 199,692 203,780 204,167

2,416
2 U.S. government agencies and trust funds
47,032
3 Federal Reserve Banks
96,005
4 Private investors .
16,726
5 Commercial banks ,
509
6 Mutual savings banks
..
815
7 Insurance companies
3,561
8 Nonfinancial corporations
. ..
603
9 Savings and loan associations
10 State and local governments
.
. . . 7,026
11 All others
66,765

2,660
50,132
87,150
11,334
377
569
2,327
385
4,508
67,650

2,600
2,400
2,883
2,317
2,76*)
2,402
2,519
3,018
47,881 45,388 47,019 45,953 46,641 46,845 46,504 51,469
92,868 100,298 108,508 115,621 130,641 150.07B 154,258 150,296
11,823 14,873 16,217 19,643 24,943 29,875 29,290 28,177
399
651
385
519
983
1,074
953
349
722
762
2,024
945
720
2,055
1,483
519
2,673
2,623
3,799
2,777
2,871
7,105
9,168 10,467
902
914
370
350
511
569
1,781
1,767
5,426
4,290
6,852
4,121
4 ,793
5,288
4,829
8,339
72,305 77,210 83,105 86,967 93,975 103,889 104,038 99,110
1977

1976
Q3

1 All holders

Ql

1976

Q4

Ql

02

1978
Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

206,062 211,035 218,080 211,955 217,917 230,691 232,997 220,683 225,396 228,516

2,012
951
1,906
1,163
2,298
2 U.S. government agencies and trust funds
1,145
2,281
1,957
1,811
1,488
50,462 51,569 49,695 52,792 55,637 56,702 53,360 57,005 59,296 52,801
3 Federal Reserve Banks
153,302 157,454 166,428 157,353 161,329 172,084 178,474 162,533 163,819 174,227
4 Private investors , .
26,524 31,213 29,881 29,633 28,109 29,477 25,237 20,988 20,007 I 20,608
5 Commercial banks
1,162
880
817
1,319
1,334
1,400
1,026
6 Mutual savings banks
903
1,214
1,333
2,116
1,905
1,455
1,685
2,050
1,705
2,398
1,899
2,191
1,838
7 Insurance companies. . . .
9,064
7,979
5,770
4,168
10,115 11,009
2,597
3,655
8 Nonfinancial corporations
9,959
4,048
2,267
1,984
1,656
1,726
2,627
2,030
1,414
2,198
2,236
1,895
9 Savings and loan associations
7,917
7,587
6,622
6,235
7,699
9,111
6,557
7,530
8,194
10 State and local governments
. . . . 6,604
1 1 All others
105,239 103,220 114,020 106,071 110,483 122,885 136,148 128,700 128,167 137,309

120



30, U.S. government marketable securities—Ownership, by maturity

-Continued

C. Bills maturing within 1 year
Par value; millions of dollars; end of period

19 74
Q2

Ql

19 76

19 75

Type of holder

Q3

Qi

Q4

Q2

Q3

Q4

Q2

Ql

111,859 105,019 111,099 119,747 123,972 128,569 142,803 157,483 163,140 161,198

1 All holders

744
2 U.S. government agencies and trust funds
36,938
3 Federal Reserve Banks
74,177
4 Private investors
.
7,763
5 Commercial banks
240
6 Mutual savings banks
413
7 Insurance companies
2,129
8 Nonfinancilal corporations .
194
9 Savings and loan associations
5,677
10 State and local governments
11 All others
. . . 57,761

462
37,321
67,236
3,309
135
194
1,219
53
3,245
59,081

514
38,220
72,365
3,227
117
217
1,606
53
3,502
63,643

588
36,990
82,168
6,952
207
414
1,859
87
3,319
69,330

1 AH holders
2 U.S. government agencies and trust funds
3 Federal Reserve Banks
4 Private investors
.,.
5 Commercial banks
6 Mutual savings banks
7 Insurance companies
8 Nonfinancial corporations
... . . . . .
9 Savings and loan associations
10 State and local governments
1 1 All others

457
207
479
241
418
37,239 37,559 38,018 38,330 40,833
90,851 105,003 119,258 124,353 119,947
9,241 14,023 17,481 17,841 16,749
554
212
317
585
410
421
1,546
1,513
529
961
2,010
3,017
8,804
7,890
5,829
285
1,224
1,265
518
578
4,566
3,466
4,565
5,871
7,460
75,216 81,974 88,797 89,354 84,338

1977

1976

Ql

Q4

Q3

511
36,087
87,374
6,976
152
405
2,011
240
4,078
73,512

Q2

1978
Q3

Ql

Q4

Q2

Q3

Q4

161,505 163,992 161,977 155,064 156,091 161,081 165,652 159,757 160,936 161,747
1
1
2
2
182
544
270
449
305
32
41,364 41,279 39,455 42,388 42,256 42,004 38 , 809 44,597 48,160 42,397
119,597 122,264 124,504 112,406 113,654 119,035 126,842 115,158 112,775 119 348
5,862
9,236
14,413 17,303 13,974 11,669 10,556 11,996
5,707
7,010
438
397
454
436
199
233
484
327
368
150
732
1,263
1,128
1,463
1,123
750
565
1,187
900
753
7,576
8,731
1,792
5,875
9,939
8,745
1,657
1,309
4,329
2,628
1,041
1,013
1,617
373
401
806
889
1,280
262
1,266
5,452
5,886
5,287
5,280
4,123
6,092
5,414
5,524
7,481
5,556
88,090 86,282 93,322 85,133 87,135 94,152 107 , 448 101,516 98,654 105,161

D. Other than bills maturing within 1 year
Par value; millions of dollars; end of period

19 74

Type of holder

19 76

19 75

Ql
1 All holders
2 U.S. government agencies and trust funds
3 Federal Reserve Banks
4 Private investors
5 Commercial banks
6 Mutual savings banks . . . .
.
7 Insurance companies, , . .
8 Nonfinancial corporations
9 Savings and loan associations
10 State and local governments
11 All others

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

33,594

34,923

32,250

28,339

34,074

35,322

37,362

42,209

40,640

42,969

1,672
10 , 094
21. 828
8 963
269
402
1 432
409
1,349
9,004

2,198
12,811
19 914
8 025
242
375
1,108
332
1,263
8,569

2,086
9,661
20,503
8 596
'232
302
1,067
317;
1,327
8,662

1,812
8,399
18,130
7 921
192
308
764
263
802
7,880

2,008
10,932
21,134
9 241
233
315
766
271
715
9,593

1,838
8,714
24,770
10,402
307
341
861
284
824
11,751

2,642
9,082
25,638
10 920
334
416
782
324
861
12,001

2,562
8,827
30,820
12 394
429
511
1,276
396
722
15,092

2,561
8,174
29,905
11 449
489
509
1,278
516
981
14,684

1,984
10,636
30 , 349
11 428
543
522
1,663
543
879
14,772

1978

1977

19 76
Q3
1 All holders
2 U.S. government agencies and trust funds
3 Federal Reserve Banks
4 Private investors
5 Commercial banks . ,
6 Mutual savings banks
7 Insurance companies . . . .
8 Nonfinancial corporations
9 Savings and loan associations
10 State and local governments
11 All others




Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

44,557

47,043

53,816

56,891

61,826

69,610

67,344

60,926

64,460

66,769

1,754
9,098
33,705
12 111
658
636
1 384
615
1,152
17,149

1,563
10,290
35,190
13 910
760
728
1,070
718
1,066
16,938

1,652
10,240
41,924
15 907
897
927
1,214
1,010
1,270
20,698

1,541
10,404
44,947
17 964
*922
973
1,488
1,017
1,644
20,938

769
13,381
47,675
17,553
896
987
2,104
1,157
1,630
23 , 348

1,874
14,698
53,039
15,482
916
1,211
1,441
1,430
1,825
28,733

1,161
14,551
51,632
16 001
835
1,005
1,540
1,378
2,173
28 , 700

1,144
12,408
47,375
13 978
670
890
1,288
1,255
2,112
27,184

2,280
11,136
51,044
14 145
681
934
1,998
1,353
2,419
29,513

1,487
10,404
54,879
14,901
667
1,084
2,256
1,152
2,670
32,149

121

30. U.S. government marketable securities—Ownership, by maturity

-Continued

E. 1- to 5-year maturities
Par value; millions of dollars; end of period
19 75

19 74

Type of holder
Ql

Q3

Q4

79,045

1 All holders
2 U.S. government agencies and trust funds
3 Federal Reserve Banks
4 Private investors .
5 Commercial banks
.
6 Mutual savings banks
.
. . . . .
7 Insurance companies
8 Nonfinancial corporations . . .
9 Savings and loan associations
10 State and local governments
11 All others

Q2

77,199

79,410

85,311

7,379
22,618
49,048
22,381
710
1,066
1,528
968
1,724
20,671

6,865
20,231
50 , 103
22,741
717
1,009
1,476
923
1,715
21,522

7,783
21,289
50,338
21,246
602
979
1,204
820
1,800
23,687

7,871
7,823
23,282 21,288
54,206 61 ,203
22,717 26,503
614
743
1,061
1,357
1,423 I 1,805
995
835
1,796 i 1,590
2,5,760 i 28,210

1976

1 All holders

.

Q3

Q4

Ql

Ql

Q2

90,362 101,973 109,540 112,270 123,933 127,017
6,632
7,626
28,440 30,685
65,907 72 , 223
28,415 30,637
1,447
1,150
1,836
1,549
1,856
1,969
1,509
1,239
1,700 1 1,749
29,885 1 33,190

7,058
30,518
74 , 694
29 , 629
1,124
2 , 359
1 , 967
1,558
1,761
35 , 894

6 500
29 939
90 578
35 909
2 114
3,503
2 285
2,274
2,271
42 223

1978

Q3

Q2

6 674
31,045
86 214
35,362
1 924
3,100
1,865
2,120
2,040
39 803

Ql

04

Q2

Q4

Q3

131,102 141,132 147,108 144 ,,503 148,428 151,264 167,661 174,302 168,474 162,886

.

2 U.S. government agencies and trust funds
3 Federal Reserve Banks
4 Private investors
5 Commercial banks
6 Mutual savings banks
. . . .
7 Insurance companies
8 Nonfinancial corporations
9 Savings and loan associations
10 State and local governments
1 1 All others

Q2

19 77

Q4

Q3

Ql

19 76

4,774
5,931
5,949
5,726
6,141
6,158
4,856
4,788
3,705
3,310
30,531 31,249 30,966 31,554 29,178 27,012 30,386 31,903 31,775 31 283
94 , 845 103,742 109,984 107,000 113,319 119,464 132,581 137,543 132,993 128,293
36 , 740 40,005 42,980 41,725 39,724 38,691 41,251 42,198 40,733 38 , 390
2,097
2,112
2,144
2,010
2,186
2,07?
2,062
2,243
2,118
1 918
4,282
3,744
4,729
4,274
3,885
3,827
5,316
5,063
4,664
4,991
2,972
3,183
2,518
2,618
3,708
3,280
4,793
3,537
. . . 3,578
3,635
2,283
2 360
2 734
2 441
2,495
2,368
2,758
2 255
2 588
2 503
2,252
4,221
3,826
2,543
4,792
4,494
4,911
3,875
3,997
2,848
44,151 50,321 51,701 49 , 497 57,672 64 , 505 72,991 77,377 73 , 479 I 73 433

F. 5- to 10-year maturities
Par value; millions of dollars; end of period
19 75

19 74

Type of holder

19 76

0,

Ql
1 All holders
2 U.S. government agencies and trust funds
3 Federal Reserve Banks
4 Private investors
...
5 Commercial banks
6 Mutual savings banks
7 Insurance companies . . .
8 Nonfinancial corporations
9 Savings and loan associations .
10 State and local governments
11 All others

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

26,965

26,957

29,044

27,897

29,255

26,830

25,436

26,436

4 573
7 987
14,405
5,106
230
1,297
356
372
737
6,307

4 633
8 127
14,197
4,845
218
1,276
528
360
738
6,232

4 751
9 945
14 348
4,932
177
1 327
302
320
856
6,434

4 721
9 664
13 512
4,151
174
1 310
115
282
815
6,664

3,998
10 485
14,772
5,126
285
1 357
264
278
545
6,918

4,309
7 137
15,384
4,394
406
1,707
159
265
717
7,735

3 951
3 283
5 971
6 463
15 514 16,690
3,994
4,071
437 1
448
1 592
1,781
160
175
267
216
765
782
8, "110
9,405

1976

1977

.

~— ~ '
32,386 35,561

3,082
7 766
21,538
4,337
562
I. 854
120
175
S86
13,604

3 039
S 353
24,169
4,324
546
2 020
189
177
971
15,943

19 78

Q3

1 All holders
2 U.S. government agencies and trust funds
3 Federal Reserve Banks
4 Private investors
5 Commercial banks
6 Mutual savings banks
7 Insurance companies .
8 Nonfinancial corporations
9 Savings and loan associations
10 State and local governments
11 All others

122



Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

44,029

43,045

43,204

45,955

45,872

45,328

41,554

44,443

49,273

50,400

2,540
10 242
31 247
6,151
600
2 333
316
174
1,162
20,511

2,879
9,148
31 018
6,278
567
2 546
370
155
1,465
19,637

2,149
9 901
31 154
6,559
703
2 645
337
174
1,416
19,319

2 141
11 371
32 443
7,063
662
2 884
262
139
1,345
20,086

2,139
10,666
33 067
6,504
640
3,066
375
149
1,257
21,076

2,129
10,404
32 795
6,162
584
3,204
307
143
1,283
21,112

2,129
1,989
10,010 i 11,995
29 414 30 458
5,957
6,538
507 !
527
2 909
2,616
'267
293
112
171
1,253
1,257
18,350 19,114

1,987
13,786
33 500
7,423
539
2,931
311
129
1,519
20,648

1,989
14,809
33 601
7,490
496
2,899
369
89
1,588
20,671

30. U.S. government marketable securities—Ownership, by maturity

-Continued

G. 10- to 20-year maturities
Par value; millions of dollars; end of period

1974

type of holder

19 75

19 76

Ql

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

16,092

1 All holders
2 U.S. government agencies and trust funds
3 Federal Reserve Banks
4 Private investors
5 Commercial banks
6 Mutual savings banks
7 Insurance companies
8 Nonfinancial corporations
.
. . .
9 Savings and loan associations
10 State and local governments. . .
11 All others

Q2
17,403

14,924

14,833

15,476

14,509

14,370

14,264

14,131

13,979

5,284
1 648
9,160
I f 023
254
1,278
53
191
913
5,448

5,719
1,753
9,931
1,010
259
1,329
56
214
1,031
6,032

4,673
1,433
8,818
778
229
1,311
51
193
884
5,372

4,670
1,453
8,710
733
202
1,297
26
173
800
5,479

4,802
1 507
9,167
722
195
1,336
23
166
918
5,806

4,233
1 419
8] 857
639
243
1,170
89
114
838
5,764

4,233
1,490
8,647
622
232
1,151
64
104
842
5,630

4,233
1,507
8,524
552
232
1,154
61
82
896
5,546

4,246
1 534
8 351
517
220
1,150
56
88
832
5,488

4,298
1 595
8,086
494
197
1,134
54
81
802
5,325

19 77

19 76

1978

Q3

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

13,221

11,865

11,718

11,607

13,001

12,906

14,325

14,894

16,573

19,800

3,676
1,606
7 939
451
184
1,117
60
69
760
5,299

1 All holders
2 U.S. government agencies and trust funds
3 Federal Reserve Banks
,
4 Private investors
5 Commercial banks
6 Mutual savings banks
7 Insurance companies , ,
8 Nonfinancial corporations
9 Savings and loan associations
.
10 State and local governments
1 1 AH others
.
. .

Q4

3,102
1,363
7 400
339
139
1,114
142
64
718
4,884

3,102
1,380
7,236
322
136
1,084
191
55
663
4,785

3,102
1,413
7 092
314
135
1,577
146
56
634
4,230

3,102
1,471
8 428
480
204
1,276
131
58
857
5,431

3,102
1,510
8 295
456
137
1,245
133
54
890
5,380

3 t 102
1,588
9 635
611
135
1,163
148
63
1,296
6,217

3,273
1,855
9 766
798
123
1,232
130
56
1,040
6,387

3,273
1,917
11 383
1 060
132
1 304
162
56
1,080
7,590

3,876
2,088
13 836
956
143
1,460
86
60
1,420
9,711

H. Over-20-year maturities
Par value; millions of dollars; end of period

Ql
1 All holders

.

,

2 U.S. government agencies and trust funds . . , ,
3 Federal Reserve Banks
4 Private investors
...
5 Commercial banks
6 Mutual savings banks
7 Insurance companies .
...
8 Nonfinancial corporations
9 Savings and loan associations
10 State and local governments . . . .
1 1 All others

19 76

1975

19 74

Type of holder
Q2

Q3

Q4

6,040

5,074

5,879

6,764

1 620
198
4 222
290
151
501
14
50
323
2 893

1,351
241
3 482
250
102
389
13
25
246
2,457

1,637
486
3 756
263
94
383
20
25
291
2,680

1,777
713
4 274
280
88
351
59
23
332
3,141

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

6,850

8,403

9,435

10,530

11,066

11,857

1,651
1 119
4 080
272
143
348
41
19
343
2,914

1 990
1 801
4 612
244
116
354
48
25
476
3,348

2,002
2 210
5 223
263
115
372
25
23
521
3,903

2,053
2 601
5 876
271
112
436
57
22
558
4,420

2,089
2 904
6 073
236
115
418
66
16
724
4,498

2,115
3,090
6 652
258
74
530
31
20
790
4,948

Ql

19 78

1977

19 76
Q3

1 All holders
2 U.S. government agencies and trust funds . . . . . .
3 Federal Reserve Banks
4 Private investors
5 Commercial banks
6 Mutual savings banks .
7 Insurance companies
8 Nonfinancial corporations
9 Savings and loan associations . .
10 State and local governments . .
. . . .
1 1 All others ,




Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

13,249

14,200

15,269

17,129

18,288

19,738

21,715

23,377

25,439

25,944

2,401
3 587
7 261
334
68
561
32
18
689
5 559

2,350
3,642
8 208
427
143
548
55
13
904
6 120

2,421
4,045
8 803
390
162
485
89
15
1,140
6,522

2,421
5,110
9,598

2,495
5,262
10 531
315
110
793
123
16
1,513
7,660

2,495
5,564
11 679
578
146
802
81
16
1,530
8,526

2,814
6,233
12 669
797
152
862
76
17
1,516
9,248

2,641
7,376
13 360
1,153
128
911
89
16
2,123
8 962

2,640
7,994
14 805
1,483
128
894
171
18
3,282
8,830

2,031
8,635
15,278
1,446
126
774
135
17
3,616
9,164

324
157
931
42
13

1,186
6,945

123

31. U.S. government securities dealers
A. Transactions1
Par value; averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars

1974

Type and maturity

1975

1977

1976

1974

1978
Jan,

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

3,580

. ,

Type of customer
U.S. government securities dealers. . . .
U.S. government securities brokers
Commercial banks
All others 8

11 Federal agency securities

10,449

10,838

10,285

3 559

4,229

3 697

^.318

3.338

3 086

3,889
223
1 413
363
138

6,676
210
2 317
1,019
229

6,746
237
2 320
1,148
387

6,173
392
1 889
965
866

2,816
258
325
215
45

2,864
328
402
561
74

2,563
251
450
369
64

2,419
263
438
173
45

2,337
308
693
133
72

2 268
281
385
111
41

652
965
998
965

885
1,750
1 451
1,941

1,360
3,407
2 426
3,257

1,267
3,709
2 295
3,567

1,135
3,838
1 804
3 508

706
889
1 103
962

795
1,058
1 299
1,077

744
892
1,071
991

614
836
951
937

711
905
991
935

693
759
877
757

962

....

6,026

2,551
250
465
256
58

1 U.S. government securities ,
Maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1—5 years
...
5-10 years
Over 10 years
. .

Feb.

1,042

1,548

1,728

1,894

695

733

709

861

979

1,019

1974

1975

July

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

11 Federal agency securities

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

3,097

4,118

3,543

3,977

4,111

5,416

5,770

4,467

5,197

6,419

2 183
224
388
238
64

3 060
'272
471
264
50

2,621
180
498
193
50

2 698
174
635
384
86

2,923
203
550
369
67

3 270
225
1,514
303
104

3 157
196
1,521
711
185

2,622
190
994
464
197

3,510
172
1,096
285
134

3,861
320
1,615
466
158

490
685
681
710

554
876
789
878

684
1,349
1 021
1,063

607
1,087
927
921

560
1,049
1 144
1,224

671
1,196
1 120
1,125

888
1,549
1 502
1,478

698
2,044
1 511
1,517

671
1,183
1 , 198
1,416

704
1,450
1,242
1,801

981
1,917
1,454
2,067

1,044

Type of customer
U.S. government securities dealers. . . .
U.S. government securities brokers —
Commercial banks
All others 8

Oct.

1,854
260
348
66
38

Maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1—5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years

Sept.

2,566

1 U S. government securities

Aug.

857

1,228

1,150

1,186

1,087

1,244

1,233

929

904

1,049

19 76

1975
June

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1—5 years
5—10 years
Over 10 years

.

. . .

Type of customer
U.S. government securities dealers. . . .
U.S. government securities brokers —
Commercial banks.
All others *

11 Federal agency securities

124




Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

5,732

1 U.S. government securities

July
4,675

5,183

5,567

3,714

7,594

7,586

9,509

8,329

9,542

10,293

3,437
308
1,484
372
132

3,165
136
1,131
172
71

3,232
143
1,340
333
134

3,842
190
1,315
128
91

5 , 675
255
2,332
309
144

5,221
298
1,353
534
189

5,676
243
1,270
278
120

6,755
294
1,765
569
126

5,615
248
1,553
755
158

6,516
247
1,807
358
116

7,417
250
2,186
306
134

801
1,689
1,336
1,906

669
1,294
1,100
1,613

742
1,405
1,185
1,851

931
1,405
1,197
2,034

1,271
2,, 675
1,839
2,929

1,070
2,176
1,875
2,474

1,190
2,217
1,977
2,201

1,265
3,118
2,192
2,935

951
2,387
2.196
2,795

1,308
2, 111
2,276
2,683

1,341
3,150
2,426
3,376

1,217

778

845

787

1,250

1,217

1,059

1,418

1,163

1,185

1,665

31. U.S. government securities dealers—Continued
A. Transactionsl—Continued
Par value; averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars

1976

Type and maturity

1977

May

7
8
9
10

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

8,557

8,582

9,664

10,579

9,541

13,240

14,995

13,059

12,502

12,871

11,128

Maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years

5,797
205
1,593
700
263

6,203
212
1,615
426
126

6,618
228
1,771
946
100

5,999
171
2,548
1,498
363

5,691
137
2,487
956
270

7,425
180
3,084
2 252
300

8,565
170
4,034
1 804
422

7,511
172
3,355
1,653
368

7,630
156
2,805
1 604
307

7 593
283
3,262
1 388
346

7 415
234
2 373
883
193

Type of customer
U.S. government securities dealers. . . .
U.S. government securities brokers —
Commercial banks
All others 2

952
2,907
2,128
2,571

1,311
2,543
1,983
2,744

1,356
3,230
2,079
2,999

1,401
3,284
2,355
3,539

1,273
2,889
2,239
3,140

1,633
4,768
2,957
3,883

1,873
5,389
3,279
4,454

1,650
4,444
2,999
3,966

1,641
4,586
2,883
3,392 '

1,537
4,428
3,013
3,893

1,492
3,300
2,528
3 808

1,131

1,118

1,371

1,557

1,616

2,230

2,096

2,025

1,764

1,578

1,589

1 U.S. government securities . ,
2
3
4
5
6

June

11 Federal agency securities

..

1977
Apr.
1 U.S. government securities
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

May

19 78

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

13,597

10,306

8,683

9,078

10,288

9,987

11,231

11,086

9,303

10,740

10,200

Maturity
Bills .
Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years

8,829
215
2,727
1,592
235

6,495
183
1 981
1 322
'325

5,021
215
2,059
952
436

5,905
194
1 790
752
438

6,208
339
2,216
1,079
446

6 391
211
2 267
785
334

6 916
291
2,355
1,320
348

6 689
'257
2 136
l!372
631

5,834
264
1 865
729
609

6 956
400
1 923
720
741

5 835
317
2 240
1 169
640

Type of customer
U.S. government securities dealers . . . .
U.S. government securities brokers
Commercial banks
All others 2 . .

1,523
4,795
2,705
4 575

1,059
3,975
2 095
3 177

1,030
2,529
1 965
3 159

962
3,007
2,124
2 986

1,106
3,439
2,274
3 469

1,190
3,516
2,017
3 265

1,195
4,204
2,126
3 705

1,157
3,912
2,048
3 968

I t 317
2,819
1,756
3 412

1,358
3,663
2,180
3 540

1,509
2,962
2,069
3 661

2,008

1,780

2,138

1,543

1,863

1,601

1,733

1,697

1,444

1,460

1,668

1 1 Federal agency securities

..

19 78

Mar.
1 U.S. government securities
Maturity
2 Bills
3 Other within 1 year
4 1 — 5 years .
5 5-10 years
6 Over 10 yeans
7
8
9
10

Type of customer
U.S. government securities dealers . .
U.S. government securities brokers
Commercial banks
All others 2

11 Federal agency securities. .




Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

10,620

11,163

10,609

9,704

8,829

11,526

9,526

9,817

11,844

8,838

6 678
345
1 923
1 027
648

6 947
465
1 921
1 107
724

6,483
388
1,599
1 156
984

5,982
386
1,931
675
730

5,367
428
1,524
668
842

6 074
386
2,251
1 619
1 196

5,552
315
1,863
802
994

6,289
420
1,520
691
897

6,573
449
2,301
1 207
1 314

5,336
400
1,676
739
687

1,320
3,324
2 134
3,842

1,346
3 882
2 157
3,777

1,110
4,002
1 867
3,631

1,210
3,393
1,687
3,414

1,053
3,299
1,419
3,058

942
4,988
1,908
3,688

921
3,868
1,473
3,263

983
4,052
1,404
3,377

908
5,321
1,834
3,780

954
3,303
1,514
3,066

1,847

1,603

1,587

1,828

1,918

2,077

2,172

2,029

2,208

2,325

125

31. U.S. government securities dealers—Continued
B. Positions l
Par value; averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars

1974

Type and maturity

1975

1977

1976

19 74

1978
Jan.

Bills
Other within 1 year
1~5 years
5-=10 years
.
Over 10 years

Mar.

Apr,

May

June

2,466

i U.S. government securities
2
3
4
5
6

Feb.

....
...

...

5,884

7,592

5,172

2,656

3,653

4,081

2,587

1,536

491

587

1 932
-6
261
296
84

4,297
265
886
300
136

6,290
188
515
402
198

4,772
99
60
92
149

2,452
260
-92
40
-4

3,112
98
51
262
130

2 459
248
537
647
190

2 002
147
50
287
102

1 436
141
-121
62
17

409
8
— 33
41

587
— 140
51
73
16

939

729

693

606

1,324

1,435

1,045

719

788

1,200

1,200

7 Federal agency securities

1974

July

Sept.

1975
Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

254

...

7 Federal agency securities

2,432

3,033

2,837

4,478

4,821

4,634

5,588

5,737

4,453

6,332

475
-256
-52
85
3

2,088
-273
215
337
66

2,505
-187
329
328
59

2,216
-67
420
247
21

2,906
92
714
602
163

2 995
105
974
553
195

2 603
' 86
1 236
597
111

3,482
176
1,180
536
213

3 225
210
1 486
618
198

2 837
286
1 036
218
77

4 579
338
1 094
248
73

908

1 U.S. government securities
2 Bills
3 Other within 1 year
4 1 — 5 years
5 5—10 years
. . . .
6 Over 10 years

Aug.

66

1,041

1,190

1,414

1,530

1,803

1,531

1,469

1,444

937

896

1975
June

July

19 76

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

1 U.S. government securities

6,768

5,736

5,501

5,718

7,323

6,752

6,061

6,304

6,263

6,884

6,733

2
3
4
5
6

5 418
505
748
100
-3

4,491
487
775
47
-64

4 292
199
609
262
138

5 129
85
410
56
39

5,843
176
1,091
111
102

4,675
336
640
594
506

4 984
290
322
218
247

5,081
205
449
398
170

5,213
264
381
223
183

6 107
'253
286
122
116

6 128
200
190
131
84

790

626

610

529

498

953

984

696

602

537

508

Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years
,

.....

7 Federal agency securities

1977

1976

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

1 U.S. government securities

5,272

5,895

7,118

8,511

9,496

8,046

9,744

10,841

8,914

6,251

5,226

2
3
4
5
6

4,671
181
232
126
62

5,331
159
251
144
11

6,208
162
£54
466
29

6,825
123
493
624
446

7,988
164
530
510
304

6,213
228
672
695
237

7,321
161
1,102
789
373

8,394
155
1,337
596
359

6,5<>5
138
1,270
532
379

4,646
193
587
417
407

4,864
237
-14
52
128

183

335

568

806

867

1,095

1,110

1,435

923

466

383

Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5-10 years
. ...
Over 10 years

7 Federal agency securities

Feb.

19 78

1977
Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

1 U.S. government securities

5,911

3,900

5,757

4,724

2,951

2
3
4
5
6

5 215
253
211
101
131

3,786
198
-101
-70
87

5 538
15
82
23
99

5,034
-7
-291
-192
181

3 ( 883

687

539

1,027

776

Bills
Other within 1 year
1 - 5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years . .

7 Federal agency securities

Mar.

Dec,

Jan.

Feb.

4,351

5,U4

4,373

4,845

3,784
120
-135
383
199

4,312
210
377
66
147

4,052
91
120
-117
227

3,351
68
792
387
248

914

788

504

622

Oct.

Nov.

5,011

3,913

— 191
-661
-79
_1

5,323
13
-378
-41
93

4,283
11
-233
-84
-64

522

648

637

19 78

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

633

2,753

2,948

1,424

2,417

2,134

— 'J50

1,260
330
-474
-321
-162

2,330
348
-64
218
-78

2,824
405
-320
11
28

1,739
462
-593
-207
23

1,958
60
-228
413
213

1,922
97
-73
211
-24

1194

214

656

977

234

217

370

Mar.

Apr.

1 U.S. government securities

3,519

3,063

822

2,942

2
3
4
5
6

2,773
226
460
67
-7

3,249
239
-139
-166
-121

1,109
312
-622
68
-46

2 , 362

794

749

1,043

Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5=10 years
Over 10 years

,

7 Federal agency securities . . . .

126




. . .
. . .

May

June

477
38
-85

July

31. U.S. government securities dealers—Continued
B. Positionsl—Continued
Par value; averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
1978, week ending Wednesday

Type and maturity

Jan. 4

Jan. 11

Jan. 18

Jan. 25

Feb. 1

Feb. 8

1 U.S. government securities

5,671

6,009

3,385

3,605

4,083

5,728

5,457

2
3
4
5
6

4 ( 431
191
595
50
405

5,639
147
2
-96
315

3,613
76
-389
-146
230

3,240
65
332
-156
124

3,401
92
579
-106
118

3,682
165
744
725
412

4,193
86
358
495
325

571

524

387

448

611

576

619

Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years

..

7 Federal agency securities

Mar. 1

Mar. 8

Mar. 15

4,194

3,896

4,244

3,909

3,185
21
594
198
155

2,317
-14
1,330
155
107

2,923
193
975
133
21

3,018
221
597
53
20

519

765

801

865

Feb. 15 Feb. 22

1978, week ending Wednesday

Mar. 22 Mar. 29

Apr. 5

Apr. 12 Apr. 19 Apr. 26

May3

May 10 May 17 May 24 May 31

1 U.S. government securities . .

3,174

2,554

4,418

3,808

3,469

1,465

1,450

1,508

-351

103

2,049

2
3
4
5
6

2,725
283
161
29
-24

2,168
266
142
15
-36

4,416
222
-150
7
-77

4,118
206
-254
-223
-40

3,820
84
-255
-96
-84

1,432
332
89
-214
-174

1,718
378
-151
-95
-399

1,312
320
-443
262
57

386
174
-937
38
-12

639
365
-884
-18
1

1,998
409
-369
-4
15

769

783

630

591

718

923

985

931

1,003

1,136

1,234

July 26

Aug. 2

Aug. 9

Aug. 16

Bills
Other within 1 year
1~5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years

7 Federal agency securities

1978, week ending Wednesday
June 7

June 14 June 21 June 28

JulyS

July 12

July 19

1 U.S. government securities

4,641

4,020

2,460

1,506

634

381

-435

1,689

1,656

3,769

2,672

2
3
4
5
6

. . . .

3,879
554
369
18
-178

3,918
551
-81
-20
-370

2,930
435
-260
-170
-475

1,550
451
206
-158
-544

730
231
-218
-156
46

1,043
274
-595
-272
-67

640
335
-965
-293
-151

2,120
384
-229
-366
-221

1,960
407
143
-448
-405

2,387
489
281
618
-5

2,272
364
-223
275
-16

......

1,171

990

928

634

424

75

218

154

423

550

508

Oct. 4

Oct. 11

Oct. 18

Oct. 25

Nov. 1

Bills
Other within 1 year
1—5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years i

7 Federal agency securities

t

1978, week ending Wednesday

Aug. 23 Aug. 30

Sept. 6

Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27

1 U S. government securities

1,915

2,831

2,931

3,792

3,906

1,490

1,920

1,282

1,232

1,177

2,018

2
3
4
5
6

2,220
258
-555
89
-98

2,362
291
58
169
-48

2,579
236
-23
140
1

3,338
368
-67

111

3,853
430
-456
22
58

1,789
445
-480
-194
-70

1,939
493
-643
-126
258

1,652
425
-695
-153
53

1,759
518
-888
-195
38

(,493
540
-660
-247
52

2,007
364
94
-279
-167

567

996

994

1,093

1,161

800

577

387

204

69

97

Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years

. .

7 Federal agency securities

1978, week ending Wednesday

Nov. 8

Bills
.
Other within 1 year
1-5 year's „
5^10 years
Over 10 years

..

7 Federal agency securities

.




Dec. 6

Dec. 13 Dec. 20 Dec. 27

2,904
. •

.

. ...

..

....

2,548

1,894

2,364

1,853

2,620

2,495

2,067

1,869
389
-35
536
144

1 U S. government securities
2
3
4
5
6

Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29

1,880
181
-491
673
305

1,690
-110
-326
393
247

2,229
-183
-117
217
218

2,133
-301
-274
195
99

2,704
-54
-347
241
76

2,458
215
-367
236
-48

1,060
373
583
174
-123

169

139

325

271

354

296

289

571

127

31. U.S. government securities dealers—Continued

C. Sources of financing
Par value; averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars

1974

Source

1975

1974

1978

1977

1976

Jan.
1 All sources
2
3
4
5

.

Commercial banks
New York City
Outside New York City
Corporations 2
All other

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

2,449

1,637

2,477

26
486
213
913

241
884
268
1,083

3,977

6,666

8,715

9,877

10,204

4,802

4,837

3,817

1,032
1,064
459
1,423

1,621
1,466
842
2,738

1,896
1,660
1,479
3,681

1,313
1,987
'2,423
'4,155

599
2% 174
2,370
5,052

1,747
1,253
658
1,144

1,545
1,501
533
1,257

1,196
952
485
1,185

1974

600
728
287
833 !

1975

July

2
3
4
5

Commercial banks
New York City
Outside New York City
Corporations 2
All other

Sept,

Oct.

Nov.

Dee.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

1,710

1 All sources

Aug.
4,138

4,709

4,621

5,626

6,902

6,184

6,295

6,881

5,696

6,656

988
1,248
548
1,354

1,312
1,247
480
1,671

1,194
1,003
571
1,853

1,466
1 245
561
2,355

2,060
1,619
691
2,533

1,454
1 277
864
2,589

1,672
1,077
714
2,831

1 , 879
l,<i^0
838
2,513

1,655
1,326
583
2,132

1,684
1,567
452
2,953

6
596
216
892

1975

19 76

June

2
3
4
5

Commercial banks
New York City .
Outside New York City
Corporations 2 . .
All other

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

7,682

1 AH sources

July
6,594

6,167

6,576

(1,940

7,215

7,107

6,766

6,700

7,175

7,587

1,955
1,979
737
3,012

1,365
1,435
929
2,865

1,009
1,148
1,120
2,891

1,160
1,640
972
2,804

1,658
1 792
817
2 673

1,958
1,393
991
2,873

2,001
1 304
1,086
2 716

1,756
1,337
1,147
2,525

1 , 705
8^0
1,017
3,128

1,865
1,138
1,225
2 947

1,966
1,734
1,126
2 761

1977

1976
May

1 All sources . .
2
3
4
5

.

Commercial banks
New York City
Outside New York City
Corporations a . .
All other

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

6,089

7,326

7,771

9,264

10,828

1,346
1,026
975
2 742

1,819
1,494
1,258
2 756

1,495
1,522
1,569
3 186

1,671
1,600
1,879
4,114

2,074
1,949
1,715
5 090

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

9,432

11,613

14,025

11,941

9,017

9,433

2,038
2,038
1,523
3,835

2 453
2,397
1 871
4 893

2,560
2,839
2,437
6 189

2,36^5
2,352
2,141
5 086

1,360
1,727
2,038
3 892

1,552
1,910
2,131
3 839

Oct.

1977

19 78

Apr.
1 All sources
2
3
4
5

Commercial banks
New York City
Outside New York City
Corporations 2
All other

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan,

Feb.

10,301

9,351

10,791

9,532

8,738

10,424

8,362

9,209

11,429

9,976

9,695

1,948
2,174
1,891
4,288

881
1,735
1,806
4,929

1,583
2,179
2 769
4,261

1,289
1,574
2 307
4,361

808
1,824
2 347
3,71)9

922
2,365
2,663
4,473

876
1,954
2 469
3,063

914
1,802
2,893
3,599

1,255
2,246
2,839
5,090

926
2,342
2,492
4,216

533
2,377
2,299
4,485

19 78

Mar.
1 AH sources
2
3
4
5

Commercial banks
New York City
Outside New York City
Corporations 2 . „
All other

128



Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

9,586

9,099

8,397

11,129

8,239

11,041

11,558

10,430

11,396

11,915

777
2,067
2,406
4 335

698
2,106
2,190
4 105

249
1,649
1,823
4 677

993
2,728
2 276
5 121

38
1,759
1,981
4 460

608
2,370
2,501
5 563

997
2,344
2 287
5 930

385
2,105 1
2,396
5,543

347
2,032
3,007 1
6 010

635
2,209
2.S90
6,179

31. U.S. government securities dealers—Continued

C. Sources of financing—Continued
Par value; averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
1978, week ending Wednesday

Source

Jan. 4

2
3
4
5

Jan. 25

Feb. 1

Feb. 8

11,924

9,421

9,153

9,339

9,197

10,558

9,929

8,862

9,366

10,431

1,167
1,836
2,489
4,857

Commercial banks
New York City .
Outside New York City
Corporations2
All other
..

Jan. 18

10,349

1 All sources

Jan. 11

1,257
3,109
2,881
4,676

639
2,483
2,626
3,673

977
1,960
2,335
3,881

591
2,067
2,109
4,572

857
2,396
2,134
3,810

458
2,644
2,303
5,153

534
2,426
2,316
4,653

360
2,075
2,407
4,021

1,010
2,005
2,334
4,018

1,189
2,522
2,565
4,155

Feb. 15 Feb. 22

Mar. 1

Mar. 8 Mar. 15

1978, week ending Wednesday

Mar. 22 Mar. 29

Apr. 12 Apr. 19 Apr. 26

May 3

May 10 May 17 May 24 May 31

9,973

1 All sources
2
3
4
5

Apr. 5

Commercial bamks
New York City
Outside New York City
Corporations 2
All other

.

.

.

9,144

8,663

9,733

9,814

8,525

8,194

8,725

8,321

7,914

8,494

1,048
1,949
2,280
4,696

213
1,822
2,554
4,555

-34
2,061
2,429
4,207

939
2,323
2,507
3,964

1,190
2,216
2,348
4,060

700
1,922
1,696
4,208

205
1,791
1,751
4,447

32
1,590
1,771
5,313

142
1,529
1,819
4,831

365
1,540
1,867
4,142

434
1,871
1,910
4,279

1978, week ending Wednesday
June 7
1 All sources
2
3
4
5

....

Commercial banks
New York City
Outside New York City
Corporations 2
All other
...
....

June 14 June 21 June 28

JulyS

July 12

July 19

July 26

Aug. 2

11,832

12,613

11,865

8,843

8,576

8,312

7,701

7,861

9,170

10,834

11,596

1,499
2,970
2,284
5,080

1,563
3,158
2,782
5,110

1,277
2,729
2,290
5,568

-105
2,234
1,896
4,817

59
2,066
1,779
4,672

430
1,968
1,886
4,029

-169
1,495
2,021
4,353

-208
1,509
1,864
4,696

20
1,953
2,353
4,843

761
2,175
2,427
5,471

600
2,533
2,540
5,923

Oct. 4

Oct. 11

Oct. 18

Oct. 25

Nov. I

Aug. 9 Aug. 16

1978, week ending Wednesday

Aug. 23 Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27
1 All sources
2
3
4
5

....

Commercial banks
New York City .
Outside New York City
Corporations 2 , .
All other

11,006

11,176

11,600

12,616

12,814

10,122

9,734

10,337

10,426

10,275

11,071

733
2,593
2,505
5,175

611
2,288
2,590
5,687

929
2,184
2,499
5,988

1,293
2,478
2,506
6,338

1,213
2,904
2,295
6,402

626
2,069
2,096
5,331

696
1,816
1,855
5,367

463
2,164
2,214
5,496

234
2,278
2,530
5,384

460
1,811
2,632
5,371

139
2,244
2,503
6,184

1978, week ending Wednesday

Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29

2
3
4
5

Commercial banks
New York City
Outside New York City
Corporations 2
All other




..

...

Dec. 13 Dec. 20 Dec. 27

11,811

1 All sources

Dec. 6

10,881

11,355

11,427

11,598

12,465

12,865

11,896

825
1,896
2,890
6,201

348
1,930
3,051
5,553

304
2,134
3,000
5,916

39
2,195
3,144
6,049

2,067
2,897
6,625

802
2,430
2,852
6,382

1,242
2,338
3,065
6,220

339
2,321
3,004
6,233

129

32. Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 74

Agency
Jan.

Feb.

Mar,

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

1 Federal and federally sponsored agencies.

71,135

70,833

71,832

73,133

74,606

78,196

80,700

82,256

85,447

87,562

2 Federal agencies
3 Defense Departmentl
4 Export-Import Banks, >
5 Federal Housing Administration *
6 Government National Mortgage Association
participation certificates6
7 Postal Service*
8 Tennessee Valley Authority
9 United States Railway Association •

11 586
1 428
2 643
410

11 568
1 420
2 643
408

11 952
1 415
3 043
409

I'l 999
1 407
3 043
412

11 971
1 398
2 897
410

12,100
1 382
2 894
408

12 075
1*374
2 893
403

12 123
1 370
2 893
405

12 202
1 358
2 893
411

12 270
1 343
2 893
414

4,290
250
2 465

4,390
250
2 457

4,390
250
2 445

4,370
250
2 517

4,370
250
2 696

4,370
350
2 696

4 340
250
2 715

4,340
450
2 665

4 340
475
2 725

4 340
455
2 825

10 Federally sponsored agencies
11 Federal Home Loan Banks
12 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation . . ,
13 Federal National Mortgage Association
14 Federal Land Banks
15 Federal Intermediate Credit Banks
16 Banks for cooperatives
17 Student Loan Marketing Association 7
18 Other

59 549
14 562
1,784
23,131
10 272
7,031
2,766

59 265
13 906
1,783
23,093
10 506
7,121
2,853

59,880
13 906
T.783
23,517
11 506
7,263
2,902

61 134
13 902
1,783
24,029
I'l 067
7,514
2,836

62 635
15 055
1,783
24,317
11 067
7,708
2,700

3

3

3

3

3

66,096
16 839
1,783
25,232
11 067
7,995
2,475
100
3

68 625
17 997
1,783
25,878
12 006
8,356
2,503
100
2

70 133
18 ^36
1,582
26,640
12 007
8,518
2,648
200
2

73 275
20 631
l',582
27,312
12 007
8,655
2,861
225
2

75 292
22 065
1,582
27,543
12 653
8,647
2,883
205
2

2

602

1,424

2,043

2,797

3,653

500
225
320

500
205
650

MBMO:
19 Federal Financing Bank debt*- 8
20
21
22
23
24

Lending to federal and federally sponsored
agencies
Export-Import8 Bank*
Postal Service
Student Loan Marketing Association '
Tennessee Valley Authority
United States Railway Association*

500
100

Other lending •
25 Farmers Home Administration
26 Rural Electrification Administration
27 Other

500
100
100

500
200 t
100

500

1,000

1,500

2,000

224

2

2

243

252

298

19'75

1974

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

87,818

89,149

89,657

88,1101

88,571

89,377

92,761

93,912

94,750

94,541

12 327
2 Federal agencies
1 334
3 Defense Department1
4 Export-Import Bank s, a
2 893
434
5 Federal Housing Administration*. .
. .
6 Government National Mortgage Association
4 311
participation certificates 6
455
7 Postal Service 6
2,900
8 Tennessee Valley Authority
9 United States Railway Association8

12,488
1 326
2,893
440

12,534
1 331
2,893
461

12,296
1 '124
2 , 593
462

12,338
1 316
2,593
475

12,401
1,294
2,593
480

17,769
1,283
6,642
485

17,959
1,276
6,642
487

17,978
1,269
6,642
505

18,020
1,264
6,642
517

4,286
470
3,070
3

4,286
470
3,090

4,286
470
3,145
16

4,286
470
3,195
3

4,286
480
3,265
3

4,260
1 750
3,335
14

4,260
1,750
3,510
34

4,225
1 750
3,520
67

4,225
1,750
3,540
82

7* 491
21 486
1,582
28,033
12 653
' 8 609
3 323
205
2

76,661
21 890
1,551
28,167
12,653
8 589
3 589
220
2

77,123
21 786
1,551
28,029
13,247
8 660
3 682
220
2

75 , 805
20 826
1,490
27,730
13,247
8 670
3 620
220
2

76,233
20 764
1,490
28,232
13,252
8,810
3,463
220
2

76,976
20,741
1,490
28,256
13,802
9,133
3,322
230

74,992
19 465
1,490
27,664
13,802
9,338
3,001
230
2

75,953
19,399
1,490
28,237
14,192
9,497
2,896
240
2

76,772
19 , 447
1,490
28,419
14,582
9,685
2,907
240
2

76,521
18,740
1,490
28,720
14,582
9,808
2,939
240
2

4,253

4,474

5,236

5,897

6,697

7,332

12,983

13,301

13,897

14,593

500
205
725

500
220
895
3

500
220
965
3

500
220
1,020
16

500
220
1,070
3

500
230
1,140

4,049
1 , 500
230
1,210
14

4,049
1,500
240
1,435
34

4,049
1,500
240
1,445
67

4,049
1,500
240
1,465
82

2,500

2,500

323

356

3,000
209
339

3 , 500
211
43C

4,000
219
685

4,500
225
734

5,000
232
748

5,000
255
788

5,500
300
796

6,000
398
859

1 Federal and federally sponsored agencies

10 Federally sponsored agencies
....
11 Federal Home Loan Banks
12 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation . . ,
13 Federal National Mortgage Association'
14 Federal Land Banks
15 Federal Intermediate Credit Banks
16 Banks for cooperatives
17 Student Loan Marketing Association '
18 Other
MEMO:
19 Federal Financing Bank debt 6 * 6
20
21
22
23
24

Lending to federal and federally sponsored
agencies
Export-Import6 Bank »
. . .
Postal Service
Student Loan Marketing Association *
Tennessee Valley Authority
United States Railway Association*

Other lending 9
25 Farmers Home Administration
26 Rural Electrification Administration
27 Other

130



32. Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
19'16

19 75

Agency
Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

1 Federal and federally sponsored agencies

95,383

96,568

97,124

97,820

99,254

98,350

99,044 100,228

2 Federal agencies
3 Defense Department 1
. ..
4 Export-Import Bank a, «
5 Federal Housing Administration *
.,
6 Government National Mortgage Association
participation certificates6
7 Postal Service 6
8 Tennessee Valley Authority
9 United States Railway Association 8

18,460
1 256
6,975.
534

18,640
1 242
6,975
544

18,751
1 233
6,975
549

19,046
1,220
7,188
564

19,962
1,211
7,188
570

20,054
1 203
7,188
584

20 , 395
1 194
7,418
587

20,222
1 184
7,418
586

20 679
1 176
7,418
584

20 , 848
1 171
7,578
581

4,225
1,750
3 605
115

4,225
1,750
3 755
149

4,225
1,750
3 835
184

4,200
1,750
3 ( 915
209

4,200
2,550
4 010
233

4,200
2,550
4 030
299

4,200
2,550
4 090
356

4,180
2,550
4 225
79

4,180
2 998
4 240
83

4,180
2 998
4 255
85

10 Federally sponsored agencies , .
11 Federal Home Loan Banks
12 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation. . .
13 Federal National Mortgage Association
14 Federal Land Banks
15 Federal Intermediate Credit Banks
16 Banks for cooperatives
..
17 Student Loan Marketing Association7
18 Other

76,923
18 722
1,490
28,935
14 582
9,780
3 137
275
2

77 928
18 719
1,490
29,372
15 000
9 631
3 424
290
2

78,373
18 874
1,690
29,319
15 060
9,443
3 685
300
2

78,774
18,900
1,690
29,963
15,000
9,254
3 655
310

79 , 292
18 857
1,690
29,809
15 469
9,317
3 833
315
2

78,296
17 740
1,890
29,759
15 346
9,364
3 880
315
2

78 , 649
17 710
1,890
30,021
15 346
9,557
3 808
315
2

80,006
17 714
1,890
30,147
16 060
9 931
3 917
345

77 642

17 no

1,890
29,804
16 060
9 078
3 343
355
2

79 347
17 140
1,890
29,863
16 060
10,298
3 694
400
2

MEMO:
19 Federal Financing Bank debt e. e

15,223

15,949

16,686

17,154

19,346

20,197

21,709

22,084

22,735

22,411

4,382
1,500
275
1,530
115

4,382
1,500
290
1,680
149

4,382
1,500
300
1,760
184

4,595
1,500
310
1,840
209

4,595
2,300
315
1,935
233

4,595
2,300
315
1,955
299

4,825
2,300
315
2,015
356

4,825
2,300
345
2,150
79

4 825
2,748
355
2,165
83

4,985
2,748
400
2,180
85

6,000
453
968

6,500
470
978

7,000
530
1,030

7,000
566
1,134

7,500
593
1,875

7,500
618
2,615

8,000
657
3,241

8,500
810
3,075

8,800
856
2,903

8,800
1,114
2,099

Mar.

Apr.

20
21
22
23
24

Lending to federal and federally sponsored
agencies
Export-Import8 Bank s
Postal Service
Student Loan Marketing Associatipn 7
Tennessee Valley Authority
United States Railway Association6

Other lending9
25 Farmers Home Administration.
26 Rural Electrification Administration
27 Other

• ,

Mar.

19 76

July
1 Federal and federally sponsored agencies . .

Aug.

Sept.

May

Apr.

June

98,321 100,195

1977

Oct..

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

. . 101,179 102,264 102,996 104,405 103,955 103,848 104,029 103,502 104,214 106,120

2 Federal agencies
....
3 Defense Department1
4 Export-Import Bank 2 . 8 . .
5 Federal Housing Administration 4
6 Government National Mortgage Association
participation certificates 6
7 Postal Service6
8 Tennessee Valley Authority
9 United States Railway Association6

21,029
1,164
7,578
584

21,453
1,152
7,945
582

21,895
1 136
7,728
578

22 , 676
1,128
8,353
589

22,645
1,117
8,336
585

22,419
1,113
8,574
575

22,168
1,095
8,557
579

22,307
1,086
8,580
581

22,413
1,077
8,615
592

22,462
1,068
8,610
598

4,145
2,998
4,470
90

4,145
2,998
4,535
96

4,145
3,498
4 713
97

4,145
3,498
4,865
98

4,145
3,498
4,865
99

4,120
2,998
4,935
104

3,845
2,998
4,985
109

3,845
2,998
5,005
212

3,845
2,998
5,070
216

3,803
2,998
5,155
230

10 Federally sponsored agencies
1 1 Federal Home Loan Banks
..
12 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation . . .
13 Federal National Mortgage Association
14 Federal Land Banks
, ..
15 Federal Intermediate Credit Banks
16 Banks for cooperatives
17 Student Loan Marketing Association7
18 Other

80,150
17,102
1,890
29 , 845
16,566
10,595
3 745
405
2

80,811
17,113
1,690
30 , 429
16,566
10,687
3 919
405
2

81,101
17,061
1,690
30 , 685
16,566
10 791
3 901
405
2

81,729
17,122
1,690
30,656
17,124
10,712
4 023
400
2

81,310
16,807
1,690
30,413
17,127
10,669
4 207
395
2

81,429
16,811
1,690
30,565
17,127
10,494
4 330
410
2

81,861
16,805
1,890
30 , 394
17,304
10,631
4,425
410
2

81,195
16,587
1,498
30,143
17,304
10,556
4 695
'410

81,801
16,626
1,498
30,392
17,304
10,670
4,899
410

83,658
16,678
1,498
30,684
18,137
10,990
5,254
415

MEMO:
19 Federal Financing Bank debt 6 - 8

24,149

25,052

25,888

26,636

27,028

28,711

29,848

30,328

31,312

30,823

4,985
2,748
405
2,495
90

4,985
2,748
405
2,560
96

4,768
3,248
405
2,738
97

4,768
3,248
400
2,810
98

4,768
3,248
395
2,890
99

5,208
2,748
410
3,110
104

5,208
2,748
410
3,160
109

5,237
2,748
410
3,180
212

5,273
2,748
410
3,245
216

5,273
2,748
415
3,330
230

9,200
1,164
3,062

9,650
1,215
3,393

9,650
1,514
3,468

10,250
1,573
3,489

10,250
1,674
3,704

10,750
1,768
4,613

11,450
1,509
5,254

11,450
1,584
5,507

11,750
1,677
5,993

11,750
1,806
5,271

20
21
22
23
24

Lending to federal and federally sponsored
agencies
Export-Import Bank 8
Postal Service6
Student Loan Marketing Association 7 . . . .
Tennessee Valley Authority
..
United States Railway Association6

Other lending 9
25 Farmers Home Administration
26 Rural Electrification Administration
27 Other




131

32, Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1977

Agency
May

1 Federal and federally sponsored agencies

June

July

Aug.

1978

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

. , . . 106,564 107,143 108,187 107,409 107,915 108,581 108,945 109,924 111,031 112,135

2 Federal agencies
3 Defense Department1
4 Export-Import Bank 2 * 8
5 Federal Housing Administration *
6 Government National Mortgage Association
participation certificates *
7 Postal Service fl , , ,
8 Tennessee Valley Authority
9 United States Railway Association8

22,316
1,059
8,596
594

22,211
1,044
8,733
588

22,176
1,035
8,686
583

21,863
1,024
8,283
579

22,591
1,016
8,782
579

22,678
1,006
8,781
583

22,775
991
8,764
585

22,760
983
8,671
581

22,804
974
8,667
599

22,474
963
8,346
602

3,803
2,856
5,175
233

3,803
2,431
5,370
242

3,768
2,431
5,410
263

3,768
2,431
5,490
288

3,768
2,431
5,705
310

3,768
2,431
5,785
324

3,768
2,431
5,905
331

3,743
2,431
6,015
336

3,743
2,431
6,045
345

3,743
2,431
6,045
344

10 Federally sponsored agencies
11 Federal Home Ix)an Banks
. . . .
12 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation. . ,
13 Federal National Mortgage Association
14 Federal Land Banks
15 Federal Intermediate Credit Banks
16 Banks for cooperatives
17 Student Loan Marketing Association 7
18 Other

84,248
16,851
1,698
30,843
18,137
11,174
5,113
430
2

84,932
16,921
1,698
31,378
18,137
11,418
4,948
430
2

86,011
17,328
1,698
31,566
18,719
11,654
4,604
440
2

85,546
17,196
1 ,686
31,301
18,719
11,786
4,356
500
2

85,324
17,162
1,686
31,491
18,719
11,693
4,061
510
2

85,903
17,325
1,686
31,572
19,118
11,623
4,052
525
2

86,170
17,867
1,686
31,333
19,118
11,421
4,208
535
2

87,164
tt,345
1,686
31,890
19,118
11,174
4,434
515
?

88,227
18,692
1,768
32,024
19,498
11,103
4,625
515
2

89,661
19,893
1,768
32,553
19,350
10,958
4,622
515
2

M;EMO :
19 Federal Financing Bank debt*- 8

31,007

30,820

32,443

33, BOO

35,418

36,722

37,095

38,580

39,522

40,605

5,273
2,606
430
3,350
233

5,420
2,181
430
3,545
242

5,420
2,181
440
3,585
263

5,420
2,181

:>oo

3,665
288

5,924
2,181
510
3,880
310

5,924
2,181
525
3,960
324

5,924
2,181
535
4,080
331

5,834
2,181
515
4,190
336

5,834
2,181
515
4,220
345

5,834
2,181
515
4,220
344

12,250
1,864
5,001

12,900
2,042
4,060

13,650
2,105
4,799

14,465
2,1.84
5,097

14,615
2,382
5,616

15,295
2,467
6,046

15,295
2,535
6,214

16,095
2,647
6,782

16,760
2 ,809
6,858

17,545
2,947
7,019

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

20
21
22
23
24

Lending to federal and federally sponsored
agencies
Export-Import Bank'
.
... , , . , . .
Postal Service8
Student Loan Marketing Association7
Tennessee Valley Authority
United States Railway Association8
9

Other lending
25 Farmers Home Administration
26 Rural Blectrification Administration
27 Other

!

1978
Mar.

Apr.

May

Jur.e

July

Nov. t

Dec,

113,561 115,090 118,900 120,387 122,638 123,297 125,397 127,468 129,139 131,982

1 Federal and federally sponsored agencies

2 Federal agencies
. . . 22,885
954
3 Defense Department *
8,606
4 Bxport-Import Bank 2 ' 3
607
5 Federal Housing Administration ^
6 Government National Mortgage Association
3,743
participation certificates '
2,431
7 Postal Service6 .
6,195
8 Tennessee Valley Authority
349
9 United States Railway Association0

22,953
949
8,603
607

23,036
935
8,588
608

23,131
926
8,603
606

23,286
916
8,596
603

22,505
906
8,274
603

23,139
897
8,709
601

23,279
897
8,704
598

23,073
876
8,392
594

23,488
868
8,711
588

3,701
2,431
6,310
352

3,701
2,364
6,485
355

3,701
2,364
6,575
356

3,666
2,364
6,785
356

3,166
2,364
6,835
357

3,166
2,364
7,045
357

3,166
2,364
7,195
355

3,166
2,364
7,325
356

3,141
2,364
7,460
356

90,676
20,007
1,768
33,350
19,350
10,881
4,728
590
2

92,137
20,163
1,639
34,024
19,686
10,977
5,046
600

95,864
22,217
1,637
35,297
19,686
11,081
5,264
680
2

97,2;56
22,306
1,937
36,404
19,686
11,2:57
4,974
690
2

99,352 100,792 102,258 104,189 106,066 108,494
23,430 24,360 25,025 25,395 26,777 27,563
2,262
1,937
2,062
1,937
2,063
2,063
36,900 37,518 38,353 39,776 39,814 41,080
20,198 20,198 20,198 20,360 20,360 20,360
11,392 11,482 11,555 11,554 11,548 11,469
4,843
4,264
4,668
4,570
4,317
4,788
835
915
745
775
705
725
2
2
2

. . . . 42,169

42,964

43,871

44,504

45,550

46,668

48,078

49,212

49,645

51,298

6,094
2,181
590
4,370
349

6,094
2,181
600
4,485
352

6,094
2,114
680
4,660
355

6,132
2,114
690
4,750
356

6,132
2,114
705
4,960
356

6,132
2,114
725
5,010
357

6,568
2,114
745
5,220
357

6,568
2,114
775
5,370
355

6,568
2,114
835
5,500
356

6,898
2,114
915
5,635
356

18,050
3,124
7,411

19,120
3,323
6,809

20,090
3,498
6,380

20,910
3,602
5,950

21,580
3,684
6,019

22,275
3,919
6,136

22,275
4,192
6,607

23,050
4,407
6,573

23,050
4,489
6,733

23 , 825
4,604
6 t 951

10 Federally sponsored agencies
11 Federal Home Loan Banks
. ...
12 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation. . .
13 Federal National Mortgage Association . . . .
14 Federal Land Banks
15 Federal Intermediate Credit Banks
. ..
16 Banks for cooperatives
. ..
17 Student Loan Marketing Association 7
18 Other
MEMO :
19 Federal Financing Bank debt 0 * B
20
21
22
23
24

Lending to federal and federally sponsored
agencies
Export-Import8 Bank a
Postal Service
Student Loan Marketing Association *
Tennessee Valley Authority
United States Railway Association a

Other lending9
25 Farmers Home Administration.
26 Rural Blectrification Administration
27 Other

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33. New security issues of state and local governments and corporations
Millions of dollars

1974

Type of issue or issuer, or use

1975

1976

1977

1974

1978
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

State and local government
1 All issues, new and refunding 1

24,315

30,607

35,313

46,769

48,607

2,257

2,007

2,029

.

13,563
10,212
461
79

16,020
14,511
0
76

18,040
17,140
0
133

18,042
28,655
0
72

17,854
30,658
0
95

1,407
848
0
2

1,209
794
0
4

1,181
617
227
4

Type of issuer
6 State
7 Special district and statutory authority
8 Municipalities, counties, townships, school
districts

4,784
8,638

7,438
12,441

7,054
15,304

6,354
21,717

6,632
24,156

208
865

473
564

344
793

10,817

10,660

12,845

18,623

17,718

1,182

967

887

9 Issues for new capital, total

23,508

29,495

32,108

36,189

37,629

2,178

1,939

1,906

4,730
1,712
5,634
3,820
494
7,118

4,689
2,208
7,209
4,392
445
10,552

4,900
2,586
9,594
6,566
483
7,979

5,076
2,951
8,119
8,274
4,676
7,093

5,003
3,460
9,026
10,494
3,526
6,120

595
46
372
475
61
629

2
3
4
5

Type of issue
General obligation ,
Revenue
Housing Assistance Administration 2
U.S. government loans

Use of proceeds
10 Education
1 1 Transportation
12 Utilities and conservation
13 Social welfare
14 Industrial aid
15 Other purposes. .

.
.

460
102
612
341
31
393

366
297
363
502
47
331

Corporate
16 All issues 3

38,311

53,617

53,488

53,792

47,230

3,402

2,721

3,270

17 Bonds

32,066

42,756

42,380

42,015

36,872

2,972

2,134

2,510

25,903
6,160

32,583
10,172

26,453
15,927

24,072
17,943

19,815
17,057

2,189
783

1,714
421

2,073
437

9,867
1,845
1,550
8,873
3,710
6,218

16,980
2,750
3,439
9,658
3,464
6,469

13,264
4,372
4,387
8,297
2,787
9,274

12,204
6,234
1,996
8,262
3,063
10,258

9,572
5,246
2,007
7,092
3,373
9,586

867
136
152
1,192
142
485

356
54
32
536
372
784

479
48
129
850
310
691

6,247

10,863

11,018

11,770

10,358

430

586

760

2,253
3,994

3,458
7,405

2,803
8,305

3,916
7,861

2,832
7,526

152
278

268
318

398
362

544
940
22
3,964
217
562

1,670
1,470
1
6,235
1,002
488

2,237
1,183
24
6,121
776
771

1,189
1,834
456
5,865
1,379
1,049

1,241
1,816
263
5,140
264
1,631

29
124
0
249
4
27

36
144
1
293
25
87

161
71
0
449
21
58

18
19

Type of offering
Public
Private placement

20
21
22
23
24
25

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous
Transportation
Public utility
Communication
Real estate and financial

26 Stocks
27
28

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous
Transportation
Public utility
Communication .
Real estate and financial

• ••
. ...

Type
Preferred
Common

29
30
31
32
33
34

.




.-

133

33. New security issues of state and local governments and corporations—Continued
Millions of dollars

1974

Type of issue or issuer, or use

Apr.

May

June

i

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

State and local government
1 All issues, new and refunding 1
2
3
4
5

2,406

2,313

2,171

1,466

1,109

1,705

2,865

2,487

1,500

1,708
689
0
9

Type of issue
General obligation
Revenue
Housing Assistance Administration 2
U.S. government loans
,

1,101
1,203
0
9

1,075
856
234
6

859
600
0
7

576
529
0
4

869
832
0

1,707
1,153
0)
5

1,110
1,374
0
3

761
717
0
22

580
721

540
158

141
400

448
641

328
974

689
1,005

222
558

Type of issuer
6 State
7 Special district and statutory authority
8 Municipalities, counties, townships, school
districts
.

1,177

756

864

761

565

611

1,558

789

700

9 Issues for new capital, total

2,361

2,237

2,079

1,456

1,067

1,669

2,738

2,403

1,475

Use of proceeds
Education
Transportation
.
Utilities and conservation
Social welfare
Industrial aid , . . . .
Other purposes

516
156
595
316
67
711

442
230
711
257
49
548

220
250
664
431
24
490

314
110
154
178
16
684

228
105
257
245
31
201

251
37
380
318
36
647

343
180
236
281
54
1,644

698
91
866
180
50
518

297
108
424
296
28
322

10
11
12
13
14
15

360
862

.

' 451
1,097

.

Corporate
16 All issues

8

3,071

18

20
21
22
23

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous
Transportation
Public utility

25

27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous
Transportation
Public utility
Communication
Real estate and financial


134


..

....
. . . .
. ...

1,657

4,678

3,851

3,495

2,371

1,244

3,847

3,475

3,040

2,384
607

1,974
516

2,101
617

2,072
299

937
307

3,492
355

3,145
330

2,216
823

848
332
78
837
660
238

434
302
40
860
355
499

1,052
256
77
318
242
773

601
38
44
862
364
462

186
46
80
384
331
217

725
102
375
1,414
439
791

1,697
116
465
739
62
397

1,430
179
60
435
150
786

207

526

537

326

413

831

376

455

355
445

Type
Preferred
Common

2,697

2,718

800

Real estate and financial ,

26 Stocks .

3,255

2,490

1,192
236
18
446
283
95

,

3,016

2,991

1,606
665

Type of offering
Public

3,198

2,271

17 Bonds

65
142

113
413

228
309

107
219

126
287

196
635

93
293

152
303

9
56
0
684
5
47

15
70
0
76
3
44

43
139
15
288
1
39

43
84

4
62
0
216
0
44

2
45

3
29
0
695
36
69

2
92
0
224
26
28

197
24
0
194
25
15

300
53
56

296
18
48

33. New security issues of state and local governments and corporations—Continued
Millions of dollars
1975

Type of issue or issuer, or use
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

State and local government
1 All issues, new and refunding J
2
3
4
5

2,367

Type of issuer
6 State
...
7 Special district and statutory authority
8 Municipalities, counties, townships, school
districts
.
9 Issues for new capital, total
10
11
12
13
14
15

2,392

2,137

2,413

2,905

3,066

3,586

2,786

2,171

1,364
997
0
6

1,723
664
0
5

1,284
851
0
2

1,501
905
0
7

1,885
1,015
0
5

1,772
1,292
0
2

1,371
2,209
0
6

1,058
1,725
0
3

907
1,252
0
12

372
702

Type of issue
General obligation
Revenue .
....
Housing Assistance Administration 2
TJ S. government loans

877
629

376
717

368
880

811
1,197

938
1,137

1,577
1,063

376
1,665

357
1,185

Use of proceeds
Education . .
Transportation
Utilities and conservation
Social welfare
Industrial aid
Other purposes

..

1,293

880

1,048

1,161

889

989

941

747

614

...

..

2,332

2,353

2,083

2,316

2,784

2,840

3,554

2,561

2,123

710
120
644
484
30
344

478
248
425
514
18
670

471
151
474
350
53
584

405
134
734
403
32
608

419
251
559
477
27
1,051

430
311
821
367
17
894

400
287
879
285
77
1,626

379
97
626
278
23
1,158

279
159
447
219
21
998

. ..
..

Corporate
16 All issues9 .

5,367

4,528

5,378

4,294

5,798

5,596

4,327

2,405

2,836

17 Bonds

4,795

3,906

4,481

3,194

4,298

4,594

3,673

1,842

1,999

3,657
1,138

3,201
705

3,971
510

2,771
423

3,796
502

3,943
651

2,658
1,014

1,356
486

1,414
585

1,895
179
84
764
933
941

1,631
65
75
1,471
126
539

2,368
271
83
828
317
614

1,498
294
97
794
354
156

2,266
242
415
845
153
379

2,195
384
211
838
362
603

1,056
229
338
715
254
1,081

580
147
17
719
93
286

512
57
154
723
249
304

18
19

Type of offering
Public
Private placement

20
21
22
23
24
25

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous
Transportation
. • .
Public utility
Communication
...
Real estate and financial

. ...

572

622

897

1,100

1,500

1,002

654

563

837

27
28

Type
Preferred .
Common

234
338

173
449

253
644

349
751

346
1,154

230
772

198
456

129
434

308
529

29
30
31
32
33
34

Industry group
Manufacturing
.
. . .
Commercial and miscellaneous
Transportation
Public utility
.
Communication
Real estate and
financial

2
58
0
507
5
0

44
60
0
486
1
32

111
74
0
679
0
34

233
211
0
586
61
9

384
141
1
704
260
10

123
194
0
640
0
45

64
227
0
324
16
22

101
70
0
305
19
68

107
37
0
541
48
105

26 Stocks




.

..
..

135

33. New security issues of state and local governments and corporations—Continued
Millions of dollars
1975

Type of issue or issuer, or use
Oct.

Nov.

1976
Dec.

Jan,

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

State and local government
1 All issues, new and refunding
2
3
4
5

1

. ..

Type of issue
General obligation
..,
Revenue
Housing Assistance Administration z
U.S. government loans.

. .

Type of issuer
6 State
7 Special district and statutory authority
8 Municipalities, counties, townships, school
districts

2,385

2,062

2,462

2,900

3,372

2,229

3,588

3,130

1,120
1,203
0
14

1,040
1,341
0
4

995
1,057
0
10

1,229
1,222
0
11

1,347
1,538
0
15

2,178
1,187
0
7

1,203
1,015
11

1,942
1,633
O
13

1,713
1,402
0
15

482
979

470
1,244

434
1,043

639
1,076

446
1,609

1,254
842

417
1,031

864
1,424

590
1,149

0

667

576

737

828

1,271

772

1,294

1,381

2,318

1,990

2,377

2,799

3,202

2,101

3,398

2,908

212
93
487
454
51
944

.

855

2,241

9 Issues for new capital, total. ...
Use of proceeds
10 Education
1 1 Transportation
12 Utilities and conservation
13 Social welfare
....
14 Industrial aid
15 Other purposes

2,337

219
190
618
415
28
848

287
167
495
146
68
827

435
107
607
236
27
965

373
463
578
237
20
1,128

441
249
724
1,114
18
656

327
63
631
5S4
26
420

735
457
975
478
23
730

437
130
772
465
54
1,050

Corporate
16 AH issues'..

4,705

4,076

4,307

3,381

3,863

6,632

3,SQ7

4,186

6,439

17 Bonds

3,158

3,306

3,510

2,802

2,936

4,585

2,979

2,988

5,044

2,389
769

1,666
I t 640

1,761
1,74!?

2,189
613

2,142
794

3,238
1,347

2,350
629

1,937
1,051

3,140
1,904

810
335
626
571
373
443

874
91
1,000
851
45
444

1,293
456
339
539
205
679

1,025
330
299
662
16
472

744
319
650
487
151
584

1,840
221
323
747
577
876

508
638
329
329
450
726

1,225
185
118
643
12
806

1,355
483
263
869
698
1,376

1,547

772

797

579

927

2,047

528

1,198

1,395

332
1,215

444
328

462
335

148
431

173
754

443
1,604

61
467

299
899

360
1,035

142
152
0
676
555
23

229
53
0
424
10
57

130
193
0
363
27
83

48
87
0
435
0
9

435
132
0
302
20
37

405
84
0
1,411
1
146

60
115
0
315
0
39

484
136
1
505
8
63

125
58

18
19

Type of offering
Public . . . . .
Private placement

Industry group
20 Manufacturing
21 Commercial and miscellaneous
22 Transportation
23 Public utility
2 4 Communication
25 Real estate and financial.

...
. . .

26 Stocks
27
28

Type
Preferred
Common

29
30
31
32
33
34

Industry group
Manufacturing .
Commercial and miscellaneous
Transportation
Public utility
Communication
Real estate and financial

136




. .

479
711
19

33. New security issues of state and local governments and corporations—Continued
Millions of dollars
1976

Type of issue or issuer, or use
July

Aug.

Sept.

1977
Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

State and local government
1 All issues, new and refunding 1
2
3
4
5

2,743

2,829

2,819

3,544

3,345

2,352

3,412

3,450

4,068

3,412

1,190
1,544
0
9

Type of issue
General obligation
Revenue . .
..
.
Housing Assistance Administration 2
U.S. government loans ,

1,295
1,526
0
8

1,265
1,549
0
5

1,973
1,551
0
20

1,529
1,807
0
9

1,176
1,166
0
10

1,620
1,782
0
10

1,406
2,036
0
8

1,493
2,570
0
5

1,648
1,761
0
3

470
1,238

499
1,470

537
1,725

361
1,251

598
1,644

442
1,625

645
1,799

768
1,339

Type of issuer
6 State
7 Special district and statutory authority
..
8 Municipalities, counties, townships, school
districts,

308
1,276

669
1,213

1,157

941

1,105

1,553

1,074

732

1,159

1,375

* 1,619

1,301

9 Issues for new capital, total

2,524

2,561

2,591

2,921

2,879

1,847

3,067

3,015

2,857

2,675

310
36
1,008
488
102
580

373
170
814
714
27
463

356
251
747
767
31
439

428
332
632
676
23
830

351
221
1,333
574
69
331

334
107
723
233
63
387

512
120
1,101
629
160
545

493
146
884
663
387
442

480
239
676
665
173
624

253
120
435
643
227
997

10
11
12
13
14
15

Use of proceeds
Education
..
Transportation
Utilities and conservation
Social welfare
Industrial aid
Other purposes

..

Corporate
3,216

•

18
19

Type of offering
Public
Private placement

20
21
22
23
24
25

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous
.
Transportation.
Public utility
. ...
Communication
Real estate and
financial
....

-

. .

....
. . .

26 Stocks

4,817

4,511

3,074

6,503

4,358

2,790

5,578

3,928

2,679

4t263

3,568

2,384

5,563

3,760

1,881

4,383

3,407

1,239
1,348

1,565
1,113

2,100
2,163

2,729
839

1,256
1,128

2,568
2,995

2,786
974

1,102
792

2,610
1,773

1,961
1,446

1,090
171
118
621
20
568

749
319
48
663
209
692

670
546
1,212
1,118
140
577

1,307
89
263
803
159
947

502
377
193
795
163
353

2,249
694
571
560
192
1,297

1,040
793
166
637
50
1,075

581
352
52
156
294
447

1,069
464
271
746
808
1,025

1,161
248
13t
812
324
729

629

17 Bonds

3,357

2,587

16 All issues*

678

554

943

690

940

598

909

1,195

521

27
28

Type
Preferred
Common

.

89
540

214
464

136
418

270
673

282
408

328
612

103
495

217
692

520
675

163
358

29
30
31
32
33
34

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous
Transportation.
Public utility .
Communication
Real estate and financial

108
164
0
311
6
40

282
69
13
257

83
33
7
347
0
84

82
73
0
611
0
177

9
34
0
532
27
88

110
198
0
596
0
15

83
138
0
352
0
25

175
94
0
314
267
60

76
114
125
842
0
38

150
113
0
172
10
75




.....

54

137

33. New security issues of state and local governments and corporations—Continued
Millions of dollars

1977

1978

Type of issue or issuer, or use

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept,

Oct.

Nov.

Dae.

Jan,

Feb.

State and local government
4,570

1 All issues new find refunding *
2
3
4
5

Type of issue
General obligation
Revenue
Housing Assistance Administration a
U S government loans

. .

5,789

3,116

4,121

4,022

3,816

3,338

3,655

3,310

2,757

2,011
2,555
0
4

2,495
3,291
0

1,038
2,075
0

1,189
2,929
0

1,267
2,746
0
9

1,521
2,286
0
9

982
2,350
0
6

1,372
2,274
0
9

1,876
1,430
0

1,021
1,732
0
4

166
1,732

397
2,308

401
2,364

837
1,607

299
1,592

517
1,846

833
1,127

311
1,271

Type of issuer
6 State..
7 Special district and statutory authority
8 Municipalities, counties, townships, school
districts

369
1,817

915
2,044

2,380

2,827

1,215

1,413

1,247

1,363

1,441

1,283

1,346

1,171

9 Issues for new capital, total

4,037

4,871

2,539

2,813

2,376

3,082

2,514

2,343

2,924

1,997

502
515
1,001
447
639
933

705
651
606
867
763
1,279

344
140
914
496
233
412

350
220
442
773
455
573

356
176
659
672
313
200

352
327
402
1,069
455
477

381
113
474
691
589
266

348
184
525
659
232
345

561
229
485
860
251
538

413
57
369
511
315
332

10
11
12
13
14
15

Use of proceeds
Education
Transportation
.
.
Utilities and conservation
Social welfare
..
Industrial aid
Other purposes.
.

• •

Corporate
16 All issues*

3,733

5,632

4,251

3,458

4,178

4,025

5,341

6,518

3,326

2,770

17 Bonds

2,487

4,604

3,295

2,901

3,477

3,098

3,411

5,311

2,693

2,194

1,538
949

2,032
2,572

2,360
935

1,946
955

1,908
1,569

2,114
984

2,211
1,200

1,504
3,807

1,382
1,311

1,464
730

573
121
146
639
309
699

1,233
374
94
1,242
371
1,289

1,169
571
149
478
58
872

1,024
421
244
348
45
820

795
673
138
1,023
319
530

648
809
120
854
8
660

825
546
178
851
288
722

2,086
862
307
476
189
1,390

460
330
135
284
529
956

755
99
95
221
9
1,015

1,246

1,028

956

557

701

927

1,930

1,207

633

576

212
1,034

332
696

589
367

178
379

422
279

305
622

364
1,566

511
696

171
462

188
388

8
126
0
1,031
0
82

176
436
103
224
45
43

144
66
100
425
219
2

34
94
0
150
0
279

38
86
40
478
3
55

83
321
0
395
0
127

56
123
50
878
725
98

166
123
38
604
110
165

5
138
0
360
0
130

0
91
0
310
25
150

18
19

Type of offering
Public.. .
Private placement

20
21
22
23
24
25

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous
Transportation
. . .
Public utility
Communication
Real estate and financial

26 Stocks
27
28

Type
Preferred
Common

29
30
31
32
33
34

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous
Transporta t ion
Public utility
Communication
Real estate and financial

. .

138



33. New security issues of state and local governments and corporations—Continued
Millions of dollars

1978

Type of issue or issuer, or use

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov,

Dec.

State and local government
1 AH issues, new and refunding 1 .

4,848

3,835

5,545

4,377

3,923

6,416

2,330

3,244

4,328

3,694

1,427
3,417
0
4

I r 374
2,450
0
11

2,227
3,298
0
20

1,986
2,383
0
8

1,065
2,855
0
3

2,161
4,246
0
9

703
1,620
0
7

1,148
2,Q83
0
13

1,168
3,152
0

S

1,698
1,992
0
4

Type of issuer
6 State
7 Special district and statutory authority
8 Municipalities, counties, townships, school
districts

409
2,673

237
1,879

884
2,236

912
1,468

650
2,171

919
3,120

85
1,599

552
1,616

343
2,848

497
2,148

1,761

1,709

2,405

1,987

1,098

2,369

639

1,061

1,129

1,043

9 Issues for new capital, total

3,140

2,624

3,178

3,883

3,497

3,365

2,266

3,160

4,216

3,379

348
273
962
738
340
479

342
159
720
861
273
269

664
137
564
980
377
456

406
361
824
698
429
1,165

499
292
941
1,241
244
280

277
632
689
967
344
456

397
302
695
526
105
241

314
422
$31
1,169
249
175

463
259
1,241
817
323
1,113

319
337
705
1,126
276
616

2
3
4
5

10
11
12
13
14
15

Type of issue
General obligation
Revenue
Housing Assistance Administration 2
TJ S. government loans

Use of proceeds
Education
Transportation
Utilities and conservation
Social welfare
Industrial aid
Other purposes ,

. .

,

,

Corporate
16 All issues 8

4,569

3,397

4,227

5,539

4,414

3,379

4,236

3,799

3,207

4,367

17 Bonds .

3,747

2,890

3,18?

4,132

3,786

2,597

3,302

2,615

2,431

3,247

1,902
1,845

1,959
931

1,719
1,469

1,744
2,388

2,052
1,734

1,497
1,100

1,610
1,692

1,651
904

1,608
873

1,227
2,020

1,261
438
217
631
291
907

576
424
291
505
57
1,037

917
389
253
913
0
717

1,216
626
227
843
344
877

676
553
235
646
349
1,328

504
543
123
522
546
360

968
503
145
953
205
528

403
537
67
826
302
479

805
114
96
384
456
627

1,031
690
123
364
285
755

822

507

1,039

1,407

628

782

934

1,184

726

1,120

148
674

256
251

390
649

588
819

172
456

157
625

127
807

62
1,122

149
577

424
696

74
94
0
627
0
27

30
183
28
238
18
10

41
90
20
800
0
88

368
245
38
429
5
320

167
172
40
147
27
76

236
110
0
355
6
75

148
168
12
426
10
171

95
111
0
800
0
178

35
111
12
377

42
303
113
271
175
216

18

Type of offering
Public
,

20
21
22
23
24
25

Industry group
Manufacturing. ,
Commercial and miscellaneous
Transportation
.,
Public utility
Communication
Real estate and financial

26 Stocks
21
28

Type
Preferred
Common

29
30
31
32
33
34

Industry group
Manufacturing
,
Commercial and miscellaneous
Transportation
Public utility
. . .
Communication
Real estate and financial

..




190

139

34. Open-end investment companies1
Millions of dollars

1975

1974

Item

1976

1977

1974

1978
Jan.

2

1 Sales of own shares
2 Redemptions of own shares *
3 Net sales ...

5,346
3 937
1,409

10,057
4,226
9 571
6 802
486 -2 492

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

6,401
6,027
357

6,645
7 231
-586

334
325
9

211
309
-98

264
345
-81

229
323
-94

4 Assets*

35,777

42,179

47,537

45,049

44,980

47,094

45,958

44,423

42,679

5 Cash position B
6 Other

5,637
30 140

3,748
38 431

2,747
44 790

3,274
41,775

4,507
40 473

4,226
42 868

4,447
41 511

4,406
40 017

4,426
38 253

1975

1974

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

244
313
-69

237
262
-25

232
318
-86

186
288
-102

194
229
-35

362
213
149

242
217
25

364
235
129

394
197
197

4 Assets*

41,015

40,040

37,659

35,106

31,985

37,115

36,366

35,777

37,407

5 Cash position 5
6 Other.

4 389
36 626

4 461
35 , 579

4 609
33,060

4 953
30,153

5 078
26 907

5 652
31,463

5 804
10 562

5 637
30,140

3,889
33,518

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

1 Sales of own shares *
2 Redemptions of own shares *
3 Net sales

1975
Mar.

Feb.
1 Sales of own shares J
2 Redemptions of own shares *
3 Net sales ...
4 Assets4

May

June

257
209
48

278
259
19

275
305
-30

238
342
-54

288
342
-54

239
380
-141

193
286
-93

226
276
-50

298
346
-48

39,330

40,449

42,353

43,832

45,538

42,896

41,672

40,234

41,860

4,006
. . 35 324

3,870
36,579

3,841
38 512

3,879
39,953

3,640
41,898

3,591
39 , 305

3,660
38,012

3,664
36,570

3,601
38,259

..
.

.

5 Cash position 6
6 Other

Apr.

,

1976

1975

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

253
353
-100

363
410
-47

411
538
-47

262
577
-315

326
677
-351

305
620
-315

241
589
-348

321
599
-278

281
596
-315

4 Assets *

42,460

42,179

46,529

46,540

46,866

45,956

45,122

46,801

45,986

5 Cash position 6
6 Other

3,733
38 , 727

3,748
38,431

3,287
43,242

3,084
43,456

2,881
43,985

2,683
42,273

2,769
42,353

2,679
44,122

2,547
43,439

1 Sales of own shares *
2 Redemptions of own shares *
3 Net sales . . .

.

1977

1976
Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

Aug.

Sept.

256
536
-280

338
573
-235

378
450
-72

446
419
27

661
628
33

655
514
141

423
463
-40

463
553
-90

558
468
63

4 Assets «

45,457

46,138

44,858

45,369

47,537

45,760

45,040

44,516

44,862

5 Cash position 6
6 Other

2,561
42,896

2,507
43,631

2,434
42,424

2,635
42,734

2,747
44,790

2,958
42,802

30260
42 , 780

3,474
42,042

2,776
42,086

a

1 Sales of own shares
2 Redemptions of own shares *
3 Net sales

140



...

....

Oct.

Nov.

34. Open-end investment companies1—Continued
Millions of dollars
1977

Item
May

June

July

Aug.

19 78

Oct.

Sept.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

421
531

573
515
58

501
493
8

558
469
89

542
519
23

511
430
81

5r'l

-110

639
510
129

562
5

638
465
173

451
348
103

4 Assets 4

44,403

46,255

45,651

45,038

45,046

43,435

45,050

45,049

43,000

42,747

5 Cash position 6
6 Other

2,859
41,544

2,901
43,354

3,068
42,583

3,135
41,903

3,403
41,643

3,481
39,954

3,487
41,563

3,274
41,775

3 ,608
39,392

4,258
38,489

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Sales of own shares 2
2 Redemptions of own shares 3
3 Net sales

...

...

19 78

Mar.
1 Sales of own shares 2
2 Redemptions of own shares 3
3 Net sales

Apr.

May

June

July
464
645

Aug.

613
459
154

625
580
45

-273

-270

-181

-244

-154

-144

463
607

587
439
148

602
545
57

4 Assets 4

44,052

46,594

46,969

46,106

47,975

49,299

48,151

43,462

44,242

44,980

5 Cash position B
6 Other

4,331
39,721

4,592
42,002

4,642
42,327

4,493
41,613

4,285
43,690

3,948
45,351

3,703
44,448

3,793
39,669

4,299
39,943

4,507
40,473




.

558
813

487
757

638
882

519
673

141

35. Corporate profits and their distribution
Billions of dollars; quarterly data are at seasonally adjusted annual rates.

Item

1974

1975

1976

1977

1974

1978

1975

Ql

Q3

04

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

126.9

120.4

156.0

177.1

206.0

120.3

125.3

138.2

123.9

100.6

109.8

134.0

137.2

52.4
Profits tax liability
:
Profits after tax
. . 74 5
Dividends
31.0
43 5
Undistributed profits
Capital consumption allowances. , 81.6
Net cash flow
125.1

49.8
70 6
28.9
41 7
89.3
131.0

63.8
92 2
37.5
54.7
97.1
151.8

72.6
104 5
42.1
62 4
109.3
171.7

84.5
121 5
47.2
74 3
119.8
194.1

49.4
70 9
30.0
40 9
7«,7
119.6

52.5
72 8
30.9
41 9
80.7
122.6

57.2
81 0
31.6
49 4
82.9
132.3

50.4
73 5
31.3
42 2
84.2
126.4

41.2
59 4
31 4
28 0
86.4
114.4

45.1
64 7
31 4
33 3
88.5
121. 8

55.8
78 2
32 .1
46 1
90.1
136.2

56.9
80 3
32.6
47 7
91.9
139,6

1 Profits before tax
2
3
4
5
6
7

Q2

1976

1978

19 77

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

1 Profits before tax

155 0

156 2

156 7

156 1

168 4

176 2

180 9

183 0

177 5

207 2

212 0

227 4

2
3
4
5
6
7

64 0
91 'O
34.6
56 4
93.6
150 0

64 5
91 7
36.9
54 8
95.5
150 1

63,8
92 9
38.4
54 5
98 1
152 6

62 9
93 2
40,0
53 2
101 3
154 5

6? 2
99 2
40.8
58 3
104 1
162 5

72 5
103 7
41.5
62 2
108 3
170 5

73 7
107 2
42.7
64 6
111.6
176 2

75 1
107 9
43.4
64 5
113.0
177 6

70 8
106 7
45.1
61 6
116 5
178 1

84 7
122 5
46.0
76 4
119,1
195 5

87 5
124 4
47,8
76 8
120 . 5
197 3

95 1
132.3
49,7
82 6
123.0
205.7

Profits tax liability
Profits after tax
Dividends
Undistributed profits
Capital consumption allowances * .
Net cash flow


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36. Current assets and liabilities of nonfinancial corporations ]
Billions pf dollars, except for ratio
Old series
Account

1973

1972

1974

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Q3

Q4

1 Current assets.

599.3

622.2

646.5

671.3

697.8

725.5

751.2

780.8

790.7

2 Cash
3 U.S. government securities. . ..
4 Notes and accounts receivable.
5 U.S. government
6 Other
7 Inventories..
8 Other

59.Q
10.6
248.2
3.4
244.8
225.7
55.8

60.4
11.8
256.4
3.2
253.2
234.8
58.9

61,9
10.9
269.4
2.9
266.4
243.8
60.5

62.7
10.8
282.2
3.0
279.1
253.5
62.2

66.3
12.8
288.5
3.5
285.0
263.9
66.4

64.8
13.5

3.2
296 9
277.2
69.9

65.3
11.6
316.7
313.3
290.3
67.2

3.4

67.6
li.9
325.0
3.5
321.5
305.7
70.6

71.1
12.3
322.1
3.5
318.6
313.6
71,7

9 Current liabilities.

300.1

366.5

381.7

400.3

421.2

444.9

465.7

488.8

514.5

523.0

10 Notes and accounts payable
11 U.S. government
,
12 Other
13 Accrued federal income taxes.
14 Other

255.6
4.0
251.6
15.5
95,3

262.0
4.1
257.8
17.6
102.1

277.9
4.5
273.4
15.8
106.9

292.5
4.4
288.1
17.6
111.2

310.4
4.3
306.1
19.3
115.2

322.1
4.5
317.6
22.3
121.3

342.5
4.7
337.8
21.3
124.9

359.2
5.*
354.1
25.4
129.8

366.2
5.2
361.1
26.7
130.1

15 Net working capital. ..

232.8

240.5

246.2

250.2

252.9

259.7

262.4

266.3

267.7

16 Current ratio *

1.635

1.630

1.615

1.594

1.568

1.558

1.537

1.518

1.572

New series

1974

1975

1976

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

1 Current assets.

735.4

717.4

724.1

745.2

759.0

782.2

804.7

820.6

826,3

2
3
4
5
6

73.2
11.1
265.8
319,5
65.9

77.2
13.8
271.3
314.8
68.1

82.1
19.0
272.1
315.9
69.9

80.1
21.1
281,8
325.2
74.1

81.9
22.3
290.5
334.9
75.1

298^7
343.7
75,7

87.3
23.6
293.3
342,9
79.2

Cash
U.S. government securities....
Notes and accounts receivable.
Inventories
Other

70.0
11.4
255.9
317.0
63.1

75.5
12.0
259.9
310.5
66.2

453.4

435.2

430.2

445.0

451.0

464.5

475.4

489.1

492,7

8 Notes and accounts payable...
9 Accrued federal income taxes.
10 Other

269.8
183.6

253.6
181.6

251.6
178.6

259.3
185.7

264.2
187.4

265,3
199.2

275.7
199.7

279.2
209.9

282.0
210.6

11 Net working capital.

282.0

282.2

293.9

300.1

307.4

317.7

329.3

331.4

333.6

1.683

1.674

1.681

1.684

1.693

1.678

1.677

7 Current liabilities

12 Current ratio

3

1,622

1.648

New series

1978

1977

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Qi

Q2

Q3

1 Current assets.

844,7

858.5

881.8

900.9

925.0

954.2

992,6

,028.1

2
3
4
5
6

81.4
24.2
304.4
353.4
81.3

83.3
19.9

313.0
359.9

82.5

83.5
19.3
326.9
368.3
83.8

94.3
18.7
325.0
375.6
87.3

88.8
18.6
337.4
390.5
89.6

91.3
17.3
356.0
399.3
90.3

91.6
16.1
376.4
415.5
92.9

103.5
17.8
381.9
428.3
96.5

507.6

514.1

533,2

546.8

574.2

593.5

626,3

662 2

356.2
270.0

375.1
287.1

Cash
U.S. government securities.. ..
Notes and accounts receivable.
Inventories
Other

7 Current liabilities

Q4

290.1
217.5

295.9
218.1

306.1
227.1

313.7
233.1

325.2
249.0

337.9
255.6

10 Net working capital

337,1

344.5

348.6

354.1

350.7

360.7

366.3

365.9

11 Current ratio 2

1.664

1.670

1.654

1.648

1.611

1.608

1.585

1.552

8 Notes and accounts payable
9 Other




143

37. Business expenditures on new plant and equipment
Billions of dollars; quarterly data are at seasonally adjusted annual rates.

Industry

1974

1975

1976

1977

1974

1978

Ql
1 All industries

Q2

112 22

135 72

21,88
26.13

23.57
28.70

27,75
32.33

3,80

4.00

2.56
2.00
2.09

.

120 15

3. 18

NonmanufactuHng
4 Mining. . .
Transportation
5 Railroad
6 Air
7 Other
Public utilities
8 Electric
9 G.is and other
10 Communication
1 1 Commercial and other 2

112 75

22. 57
23.28

Manufacturing
2 Durable goods industries
3 Nondurable goods industries

2,56
1.87
3,03

2.51
1.29
3.60

17.61
2.93
13 96
22 . 05

16.99
3.14
12 76
20,61

18.77
3.45
13 28
20.99

153 6

107 27

111 40

113 99

116 22

31,59
35.86

21.43
21.53

22.50
22,82

23 08
23 96

23 28
24 80

4,49

4.81

2.80

3.07

3.27

3,56

2.82
J 63
2 55

3.33
2.34
2.42

2.10
2.13
1 63

2.42
2.21
1.84

2 68
1 84
2 16

3 05
1 81
2 71

21.57
4.21
15 43
22 95

24.71
4.72
18 15
25.67

17.12
3.00
13 83
21 69

18.10
2.87
13 94
21.63

17.47
2 68
14 01
22 84

17.76
3 17
14 04
22 04

Q2

Q3

Q4

19 75
Q4

Q3

114.57

1

Manufacturing
2 Durable goods industries
Nonmanufacturlng
4 Mining
Transportation
5 Railroad
6 Air
7 Other
.
Public utilities
8 Electric
9 Gas and other
10 Communication
1 1 Commercial and other '

19 76

Q2
112.46

112.16

11.80

114.72

118.12

122 55

125 22

22 86
26.20

22.59
26.19

21 01
26.38

21 07
25.75

21.63
27.58

22.54
28.09

24 59
30 20

25 50
28 93

Ql
1 All industries

.. . . .

Ql

3.76

.

....

,, .

3.78

3.82

3.82

3.83

3.83

4.21

4.13

2,39
2.09
2.82

2.70
1.60
2.75

2.75
2.12
2,99

2.39
1.65
3.56

2.08
1.18
3.29

2.64
1,44
4.16

2.69
1.12
3.44

2.63
1.41
3.49

17.03
3 25
13.36
20 82

16.41
3.11
12.50
20.83

16.58
3 21
12.95
20 34

17.92
3.00
12.22
20 44

18.56
3.36
12.54
20.68

18. S2
3.03
12.62
20.94

18,22
3 45
13 64
20 99

19.49
3 96
14 30
21 36

1977

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

130.16

134.24

140,38

138.11

144.25

150.76

155.41

163.96

26.30
30,13

27.26
32.19

29.23
33 79

28.19
33,22

28.72
32.86

31.40
35.80

32.25
35 50

33.99
39 26

4.24

4.49

4.74

4.50

4.45

4,8i

4.99

4.98

2.71
1.62
2.96

1 All industries l
Manufacturing
...

Nonmanufac turtng
Transportation
Railroad
Air. .
Other
Public utilities
8 Electric
9 Gas and other
10 Communication
1 1 Commercial and other 8
5
6
7

144



1978

Q2

2.57
1.43
2.96

3.20
1.69
1.96

2.80
1.76
2.32

3.35
2.67
2.44

3.09
2.68
2.23

3.38
2.20
2 47

3,49
2.39
2 55

21.19
4 16
14.19
22.67

21.14
4.16
15.32
22.73

21 90
4 32
16.40
23 14

22.05
4 18 i
15.82 i
23.27

23.15
4 78
17.07
24.76

23.83
4 62
18.18
24.71

24 92
4 70
18.90
26 09

26 95
4 78
18.46
27 12

Ql

3 Nondurable goods industries

Q4

Q3
•

1

..

•«

38. Domestic finance companies—Assets and liabilities
Billions of dollars, end of period
19 74

Account l

19 75

19'76

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

34.9
34.0
68.8
8.4
60.4
2.6
.8
10.7

35.7
34.7
70.3
8.4
62.0
2.7
.6
10.5

36.3
35 6
71.9
9.0
62.9
2.8
.4
10.8

36.1
37.2
73.3
9.0
64.2
3.0
.4
12.0

35.0
37.8
72.8
8.8
64.0
2.9
11.4

34.9
38.7
73.7
9.1
64.6
2.8
.7
12.3

35.4
38.6
74.1
9.2
64.8
3.1
.8
11.7

36.0
39 3
75.3
9.4
65 9
2.9
1.0
11.8

35 7
41 2
76 9
9.4
67 4
2 8
8
12 5

36 7
42 4
79 2
9.8
69 4
2 7
8
12 4

74.5

75.7

76.8

79.6

78.9

80.5

80.5

81 6

83 5

85 3

6.8
20.6

8.0
20.4

8.4
20.2

9.7
20.7

8.1
20.8

85
21.6

8.2
20.8

8 0
22.2

74
22.2

25.2
6.1

25.3
5.9

25.7
6.3

26.5
5.5

26.7
6.1

27 1
6.4

26.7
7.7

27 6
6.8

28 4
7 8

69
22.2
5.0
30 1
7 8

ASSETS
Gross accounts receivable
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Business
•
« «
«
Total
LESS : Reserves for unearned income and losses . . .
Net accounts receivable
Cash and bank deposits
Securities
All other

9 Total assets
LIABILITIES
10
11
12
13
14

Bank loans
Commercial paper
Short-term debt, n.e.c
Long-term debt, n.e.c
Other debt

. «

15 Capital, surplus, and undivided profits

11.1

11.4

11.8

12.4

12.0

12.4

12.6

12 5

12 8

13 2

16 Total liabilities and capital

74. S

75.7

76.8

79.6

78.9

80.5

80.5

81 6

83 5

85 3

1977

1976

1978

Q3

04

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

37.6
42 4
80.0
10.2
69.9
2.6
1.2
12.7

38.6
44 7
83.4
10.5
72.9
2.6
1.1
12.6

39.2
47 5
86.7
10.6
76.1
2.7
10
13.0

40.7
50 4
91.2
11.1
80.1
2.5
1.2
13.7

42.3
50 6
92.9
J1.7
81.2
2.5
1 8
14.2

44.0
55 2
99 2
12.7
86 5
2.6
9
14.3

44.5
57 6
102.1
12.8
89 2
2.3
1 1
15.0

47 1
59 5
106 6
14.1
92 6
2.9
13
16.2

49 7
58 3
108 0
14.3
93 7
2 7
18
17 1

52 6
63 3
116 0
15.6
100 4
35
1 3
17.3

86.4

89.2

92.8

97.5

99.6

104.3

107.7

112.9

115.3

122.4

5.5
21 7
5.2
31 0
9 5

6.3
23 7
5.4
32 3
8 1

6.1
24 8
45
34 0
9 5

5.7
27 5
5.5
35 0
9 4

5.4
25 7
54
34 8
13 7

5.9
29 6
6 2
36 0
11 5

5.8
29 9
5.3
38 0
12 9

5.4
31 3
6.6
40 1
13 6

ASSETS
Gross accounts receivable
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Business
Total
LESS : Reserves for unearned income and losses . . .
Net accounts receivable
Cash and bank deposits
Securities
All other

9 Total assets
LIABILITIES
10
11
12
13
14

Bank loans
Commercial paper
Short-term debt, n.e,c
Long-term debt, n.e.c
Other debt

5
29
6
41
15

4
3
8
3
2

6.5
34 5
8.1
43 6
12 6

15 Capital, surplus, and undivided profits

13.4

13.4

13.9

14.4

14 6

15 1

15.7

16 0

17 3

17 2

16 Total liabilities and capital

86 4

89 2

92 8

97 5

99 6

104 3

107 7

112 9

115 3

122 4




145

39. Business credit of domestic finance companies
Accounts receivable outstanding
(millions of dollars, end of period)
Period

Changes in accounts receivable during period
(millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted)

Retail Loans on Factored
Retail
Retail
Retail Loans on
comauto- Wholesale paper on
comAll other
auto- Wholesale paper on
combusiness, mercial
automercial business motive
motive
automercial
credit
(commotive industrial, accounts accounts
(commotive industrial, accounts
and farm receivable receivable
mercial
mercial
and farm receivable
vehicles)
vehicles)
equipment
equipment

1974—January....
February.. .
March
April , .
May
June
July
August . . . .
September,,
October....
November, .
December. ,

5,453
5,416
6,001
6,079
6,138
6,156
6,229
6,234
6,184
6,211
6,261
6,387

6,562
6,791
6,857
6,715
6,603
6,536
6,048
5,055
6,690
6,709
7,573
7,876

8,476
8,522
8,583
8,730
8,872
9,025
9,151
9,201
9,272
9,428
9,451
9,597

2,932
3,009
3,038
3,054
3,069
3,100
3,138
3,191
3,236
3,258
3,272
3,301

,912
,954
,959
,905
,895
2,014
2,153
2,169
2,198
,981
,888
,768

7,212
7,392
7,530
7,724
7,712
7,829
7,863
7,898
8,<012
8,080
8,226
8,234

49
8
92
-6
25
29
58
72
48
-49
88
88

1975 —January
February. . .
March
April .
May
June
July . . .
August . . . .
September. .
October.*..
November, .
December..

6,399
6,354
6,450
6,609
6,684
6,748
6,852
6,796
6,771
6,914
6,892
7,099

7,759
7,464
7,604
7,567
7,685
7,713
7,154
6,609
7,199
7,191
7,270
7,412

9,585
9,575
9,613
9,728
9,983
10,005
10,168
10,688
10,656
10,841
10,858
10,890

3,312
3,352
3,365
3,388
3,389
3,383
3,449
3,474
3,515
3,539
3,515
3,539

,786
,820
,817
,754
,803
,602
,874
,876
,059
,813
,867
,876

8,498
8,»93
8,949
9,1.69
9,343
9,255
9,046
8,431
8,432
8,453
8,644
8,483

1976—January....
February. . .
March
April. . . .
May
June
July
August . . . .
September..
October
November, .
December. ,

7,111
7,168
7,355
7,563
7,758
7,987
8,137
8,221
8,320
8,542
8,698
8,951

7,404
7,867
8,270
8,248
8,364
8,506
7,908
6,978
7,651
7,648
8,388
8,733

10,935
10,934
10,796
10,876
11,038
11,137
11,283
11,387
11,538
11,868
12,049
12,291

3,459
3,579
3,586
3,643
3,674
3,694
3,658
3,710
3,772
3,742
3,731
3,795

,785
,815
,927
,955
,907
2,010
2,038
2,002
2,040
2,114
2,016
2,033

1977—January.,..
February. . .
March
April
May...
June. . . . . . .
July
August . . . .
September. .
October
November. .
December. .

9,141
9,274
9,644
10,017
10,339
10,750
10,988
11,183
11,257
11,474
11,630
11,985

9,146
9,592
10,213
10,237
10,642
10,710
10,510
9,317
9,399
10,667
11,280
11,966

12,375
12,313
12,034
12,162
12,388
12,645
12,911
13,140
13,434
14,113
14,406
14,441

3,745
3,705
3,727
3,789
3,789
3,901
3,921
3,914
3,960
3,933
3,913
3,901

1978 — January
February. . .
March
April . . .
May. ,
June. . . . . .
July
August . . . .
September. .
October....
November. .
December. ,

12,098
12,123
12,415
12,622
12,988
13,498
13,600
13,774
13,732
14,067
14,261
14,562

12,218
12,620
12,956
13,051
12,906
12,249
11,401
9,477
10,150
11,099
11,914
12,744

14,706
14,588
14,177
14,440
14,801
15,112
15,472
15,779
15,647
16,246
16,551
16,759

3,812
3,899
3,971
4,035
4,067
4,258
4,128
4,182
4,316
4,080
4,048
4,294

146




Factored
comAll other
mercial business
accounts
credit
receivable

-31
-47
61
296
1,151
-205
532
84

39
156
168
120
82
114
96
79
76
41
42
100

63
56
20
35
45
21
64
58
11
-61
54
55

-40
-15
-10
-1
-30
47
-20
-2
57
-44
-60
-108

8
-25
118
161
71
159
150
118
119
182
83
26

49
14
50
73
60
38
78
36
63
60
19
148

-68
-585
70
4i
72
108
-13
1,082
-284
-156
-309
-160

11
84
157
65
229
-16
110
35
26
33
7
11

39
25
14
14
42
-5
69

36
-11
-19
-29
42
-270
91
17
167
-30
152

257
207
-103
-147
240
5
-25
-68
23
144
100
-133

8,642
8,972
9,229
9,134
9,202
9,109
8,9i>7
8,982
9,0!!8
9,056
9,079
8,916

79
147
82
106
179
183
168
142
228
188
134
197

-69
306
238
181
119
105
47
,894
-122
-266
82
137

101
89
26
23
75
91
112
133
207
161
239
183

-47
-3
58
56
-28

116
52
75
-21
55
21
16
126
106
80
-69
-79

1,977
2,086
2,125
2,218
2,164
2,225
2,236
2,294
2,274
2,329
2,294
2,253

9,063
9,415
9,790
9,936
10,126
10,211
10,063
10,158
10,253
10,241
10,420
10,507

295
252
230
307
229
340
296
269
239
152
146
332

498
162
386
164
361
137
686
1,187
-960
741
-96
294

126
50
-39
76
113
238
197
296
369
415
357
96

2,135
2,206
2,300
2,344
2,301
2,406
2,455
2,472
2,472
2,493
2,629
2,536

10,66?,
11.12E!
11,801
11,908
11,994
11,975
11,803
11,914
12,007
12,075
12,296
12,453

161
161
159
136
223
400
111
247
209
214
229
245

285
86
273
357

311
72
-112
148
182'
283
210
295
-154
160
226
20

168
16

-no

-472
103
-77
-506
103
591
551

38
-79
-12
71

=-24
75
24
33
81
34
~33
21
-140
49
98
14
-=74
16
60
37
115
28
19
-128
16
53
-35
75
73
59
182
-140
-19
150
-202
-49
262

-143
-14
266
-48
8
33
49
124
-14
-50
-120
17
-58
248
15
-43
-7
-2
34
125
51
104
-11
55
83
291
209
32

31
3
176
112
273
202
16
201
151
94
61
174
62
69
383
59
29
63
11
215
-16
138
161

39.—Continued
Extensions
(millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted)
Period

Repayments
(millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted)

Retail
Retail
Retail Loans on Factored
Retail Loans on Factored
comAll other
auto- Wholesale paper on
comcomauto- Wholesale paper on
All other
commotive
autoautobusiness, mercial
business, mercial
mercial business
motive
mercial business
(com(comcredit
motive industrial, accounts accounts
motive industrial, accounts accounts
credit
mercial
and farm receivable receivable
mercial
and farm receivable receivable
vehicles)
vehicles)
equipment
equipment

1974—January
February. . .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . . .
September. .
October...,
November. .
December. .

455
433
443
450
477
486
513
530
518
425
555
554

2,721
2,509
2,597
2,582
2,717
2,796
2,872
3,559
2,890
3,116
3,017
2,734

362
500
512
470
492
538
480
439
448
453
441
522

,551
,661
,655
,742
,744
,621
,694
,678
,636
,803
,751
,864

,007
,089
,074
,058
,040
,132
,080
,071
,059
,002
973
837

944
865
,191
,034
987
,063
,050
,043
,016
1,048
915
888

406
425
351
456
452
457
455
458
470
474
467
466

2,553
2,493
2,602
2,692
2,748
2,843
2,811
3,263
1,739
3,321
2,485
2,650

323
344
344
350
410
424
384
360
372
412
399
422

1,488
1,605
1,635
1,707
1,699
1,600
1,630
1,620
1,625
1,864
1,697
1,809

1,047
1,104
,084
,059
,070
,085
,100
,073
,002
1,046
1,033
945

936
890
1,073
873
916
904
900
925
897
866
832
862

1975—January
February, . .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . . .
September. .
October
November. .
December. .

527
507
540
553
544
530
575
536
566
577
537
677

2,518
2,534
2,521
2,662
2,911
3,001
3,035
4,371
3,169
3,179
3,277
3,590

490
474
571
583
590
564
696
618
570
595
691
647

,642
,480
,449
,503
,519
,779
,950
,988
,969
,910
,980
1,916

918
942
933
979
1,116
1,070
1,337
1,322
1,625
1,429
1,606
1,507

1,122
1,059
866
,040
,068
,012
,039
997
,014
,050
,124
,067

478
493
490
480
484
492
497
500
503
517
518
529

2,586
3,119
2,451
2,621
2,839
2,893
3,048
3,289
3,453
3,335
3,586
3,750

479
390
414
518
361
580
586
583
544
562
684
636

1,603
1,455
1,435
1,489
1,477
1,784
1,881
1,983
1,931
1,989
1,992
1,845

882
953
952
1,008
1,074
,340
,246
,305
,458
,459
,454
,504

865
852
969
1,187
828
1,007
,064
,065
991
906
,024
,200

1976—January
February. . .
March
April
May
June.
July
August . . . .
September. .
October
November. .
December..

612
677
667
664
732
741
731
722
800
787
751
824

3,791
4,338
4,241
4,381
4,238
4,252
4,145
4,889
3,726
3,794
4,203
4,662

662
689
563
676
656
610
668
689
768
626
793
707

2,038
2,350
2,310
2,410
2,387
2,222
2,247
2,241
2,296
1,971
2,246
2,381

1,477
1,565
1,570
1,541
1,458
1,434
1,235
1,360
1,320
1,434
1,328
1,433

,133
,088
,075
,063
,092
,072
,066
,170
,192
,148
,266
,267

533
530
585
558
553
558
563
580
572
599
617
627

3,860
4,032
4,003
4,200
4,119
4,147
4,098
3,995
3,848
4,060
4,121
4,525

561
600
537
653
581
519
556
556
561
465
554
524

2,062
2,275
2,286
2,377
2,306
2,188
2,250
2,208
2,275
2,111
2,197
2,283

,524
,568
,512
,485
1,486
1,436
1,378
1,374
,325
,168
,376
,425

,017
,036
,000
,084
,037
,051
,050
,044
,086
,068
,335
,346

1977—January
February. . .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . . .
September. .
October....
November. .
December..

927
908
927
1,005
943
,042
,030
,022
,004
942
961
,156

5,193
4,932
5,534
5,261
5,120
5,049
5,493
6,321
4,233
5,488
5,104
5,731

806
702
745
752
731
694
788
805
,097
,096
,176
,003

2,448
2,374
2,516
2,585
2,333
2,483
2,301
2,270
2,499
2,032
2,428
2,334

1,493
1,559
1,603
1,721
1,541
1,347
1,261
1,429
1,477
1,506
1,466
1,599

,303
,297
,322
,310
,392
,346
,279
,371
,392
,397
,520
,563

632
656
697
698
714
702
734
753
765
790
815
824

4,695
4,770
5,148
5,097
4,759
4,912
4,807
5,134
5,193
4,747
5,200
5,437

680
652
784
676
618
456
591
509
728
681
819
907

2,434
2,448
2,500
2,525
2,296
2,368
2,273
2,272
2,480
2,160
2,412
2,281

,460
,510
,605
,597
,555
,397
,381
,412
,535
,258
,451
,642

,272
,294
,146
,198
,119
,144
,263
,170
,241
,303
,459
,389

1978 —January
February. . .
March
April .
May
June.
July
August . . . .
September. .
October
November. .
December..

,023
,038
,076
,059
,155
,314
,073
,222
,202
,237
,260
,308

5,141
5,436
5,951
6,600
6,195
5,705
6,148
6,314
6,119
6,171
6,946
6,967

,004
,258
981
,024
,153
,194
,324
,225
,198
,041
,159
,790

2,411
2,508
2,915
2,938
2,943
3,314
2,748
3,269
3,454
3,233
3,310
4,110

1,591
1,694
1,666
1,811
1,663
1,743
1,716
1,481
1,584
1,543
1,776
1,550

,537
,534
,729
,693
,677
,724
,679
,906
,973
,853
,842
,955

862
877
917
923
932
914
962
975
993
1,023
1,031
1,063

4,856
5,350
5,678
6,243
6,194
6,177
6,045
6,391
6,625
6,068
6,355
6,416

693
1,186
1,093
876
971
911
1,114
930
1,352
881
933
1,770

2,446
2,433
2,842
2,936
2,884
3,132
2,888
3,288
3,304
3,435
3,359
8,848

,598
,696
,632
,686
,612
,639
,727
,426
,501
,252
,567
,518

,475
,465
,346
,634
,648
,661
,668
,691
,989
,715
,838
,794




147

40. Mortgage markets
Millions of dollars, except as noted

1974

Item

1976

1975

1977

1974

1978
Jan,

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

Terms and yields in primary and secondary markets
PRIMARY MARKETS

1
2
3
4
5
6

Conventional mortgages on new homes
Terms l
Purchase price (thousands of dollars)
Amount of loan (thousands of dollars)
Loan-price ratio (percent)
Maturity (years)
Fees and charges (percent of loan amount) *. . . .
Contract rate (percent per annum)
..

44.6
33.3
74.7
26.8
1.54
8,75

48.4
35.9
74.2
27.2
1.44
8.76

54.3
40.5
76.3
27.9
1.33
8,80

62.6
45.9
75.3
28,0
1,39
9.30

38.8
28.9
76.3
26.4
1.16
8.33

37.8
28.5
76.5
25.9
1.33
8.40

39,1
29.5
77.3
26.4
1.35
8,43

38,5
29,2
77.3
26.1
1.21
8.47

8.92
9,22

9,01
9.10

8,99
8.?9

9.76
8.95

9.54
9.68

8.52
8.65

8.62
8.55

8.64
8.60

8.67
8.90

9.55
8.72

Yield (percent per annum)
7 FHLBB series »
8 HUD series *

40.1
29.8
74.3
26.3
1.30
8.71

9.19
8.52

8.82
8,17

7.96
8.04

9.70
8.98

7.82

8.54
7.80

8.66
8.03

9.17
8.46

9.31
9,43

9,26
9,37

8.99
9.11

8,73
9,03

9.77
10.01

8.71
8.77

a. 60

8.48

8.54
8.93

9.04
9,08

24 D 529
17 , 050
6,336
1,154

24,875
17,315
6,340
1,233

25,263
17,450
6,503
1,310

242

462
1

526

SECONDARY MARKETS
Yield (percent per annum)
9 FHA mortgages (HUD series) 6
10 GNMA securities8
FNMA auctions *
1 1 Government-underwritten loans
12 Conventional loans

..

Activity in secondary markets
FEDERAL NATIONAL
MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period)
13 Total
,
14
FHA-insured
15 VA-guaranteed
....
16
Conventional

8,310

31,824
19,732
9,573

2,080

2,519

6,953

4,263

10,765
7,960

6,106
4,126

29,578
19,189

Mortgage transactions (during period)
17 Purchases
18 Sales

4

Mortgage commitments6
19 Contracted (during period)
20 Outstanding (end or period)
Auction of four-month commitments to buy
Government-underwritten loans
Offered •
Accepted
Conventional loans
23
Offered »
24 Accepted

2

32,904
18,916

34,370
18,457

4,776

6,597

43,311
21,243
10,544
11,524

24,424
17,008
6,348

3,606

4,780

12,303

350

6,247
3,398

9,729
4,698

18,960

110
6,715

489
6,768

1,646
7,913

2,154
9,292

9,212

£16

9,315

67

5

9,201

1,068

5,462,6
2,371.4

7,042,6
3,848,3

4,929,8
2,787.2

7,974.1 12,978.0
4,846.2 6,747.2

40.2
35.6

108.4
91.8

1,501.8
617.9

1,388.0
435.5

1,195.4
656.5

1,401.3
765,0

2,595.7
1,879,3

5,675.2
3,917.8

9,933,0
5,110.9

48.9
34.5

97.0
87,5

197.7
84.3

242,4
104.2

Mortgage holdings (end of period) l °
25 Total
...
...
26 FHA/VA

4,586

4,987

1,824
3,163

4,269

1,613
2,651

3,276

3,064

2,682

1,243
1,882

2,621
1,736
885

2,625
1,730
895

2,638
1,724
914

2,722
1,756
967

Mortgage transactions (during period)
28 Purchases
29 Sales

2,191
52

1,716
1,020

1,17:5
1,39(5

4,131

3,900

6,524

6,211

34
8

21
6

29
2

101

1 ,477
333

5,546

7,451
1,410

26
161

49
185

595
748

400
1,037

21
22

FEDERAL HOME LOAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION

Mortgage commitments

1,394
1,882

11

31 Outstanding (end of period)

148



1 ,904

....

....

4,553
2,390

982
111

1,063

40. Mortgage markets—Continued
Millions of dollars, except as noted

1974

Item
May

June

July

Aug.

1975
Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Terms and yields in primary and secondary markets
PRIMARY MARKETS
Conventional mortgages on new homes
Terms l
1 Purchase price (thousands of dollars)
...
2 Amount of loan (thousands of dollars)
3 Loan-price ratio (percent)
4 Maturity (years)
••
5 Fees and charges (percent of loan amount) 2 . . . .
6 Contract rate (percent per annum) .

39.7
30.1
76.9
26.3
1.25
8.65

40.5
29.6
74.4
26.1
1.28
8.75

40.2
29.5
75.3
26.4
1.32
8.87

42 .4
31.1
74.8
26.1
1.30
8.97

42.3
30.7
74.7
26.7
1.37
8.95

41.3
30.2
73.6
26.2
1.40
9.04

42.4
31.3
75.5
27.5
1.44
9.13

43.2
31.6
73.8
26.7
1.51
9.09

44.4
33.0
76.5
26.8
1.44
8.88

8.74
9.15

8.85
9.25

8.96
9,40

9.09
9.60

9.19
9.80

9.17
9.70

9.27
9.55

9.37
9.45

9.33
9.15

9.12
9.05

9.46
8.67

9.46
8.73

9.85
9.19

10.30
9.42

10.38
9.62

10.13
9.38

8.71

9.51
8.62

8.99
8.48

8.84
8.03

9.40
9.52

Yield (percent per annum}
7 FHLBB series 3
8 HUD series *

37.9
28.8
76.8
25.8
1.20
8.55

9.54
9.61

9.85
9.88

10.25
10.31

10.58
10.69

10.22
10.39

9.88
10.04

9.53
9.71

9.23
9.46

8.92
9.12

SECONDARY MARKETS
Yield (percent per annum)
9 FHA mortgages (HUD series) 6
10 GNMA securities6
FNMA auctions »
12

....

Conventional loans

Activity in secondary markets
FEDERAL NATIONAL
MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period)
13 Total
14 FHA-insured
15 V A-guaranteed ,
16 Conventional

25,917
17,725
6,794
1,398

28,641
18,758
7,994
1,889

29,139
18,966
8,206
1,967

29,407
19,083
8,291
2,034

29,578
19,189
8,310
2,080

29,670
19,231
8,318
2,121

29,718
19,256
8,313
2,149

770

886

868
2

760

612

379

278

208

169

537
9,019

1,175
9,044

1,202
9,115

997
9,043

878
8,987

201
8,532

231
7,960

146
7,285

137
6,672

470.3
193.9

123.6
103.0

798.3
369.9

509.4
190.7

230.1
136.1

81.1
55.7

73.5
42.3

137.9
98.4

66.7
49.8

60.8
41.9

113.7
53.4

44.7
31.7

136.5
71.6

104.0
44.3

68.4
49.9

39.7
35.5

41.0
18.9

61.4
40.7

29.1
25.5

34.8
18.2

2,986
1,827
1,159

3,191
1,877
1,314

3,309
1,883
1,426

3,451
1,886
1,565

3,713
1,896
1,817

4,107
1,910
2,197

4,352
1,908
2,445

4,586
1,904
2,682

4,744
1,900
2,845

4,533
1,893
2,640

281

Auction of four-month commitments to buy
Government-underwritten loans
Offered 9
Accepted
Conventional loans
23 Offered •
24 Accepted
21
22

28,022
18,526
7,704
1,792

1,145
9,475

Mortgage commitments 8
19 Contracted (during period)

27,304
18,250
7,384
1,660

821

Mortgage transactions (during period)
17 Purchases.
18 Sales

26,559
17,966
7,079
1,513

222

129

155

273

410

270
12

266
16

199
26

113
309

1,486
2,221

628
2,598

1,127
3,583

81
3,500

69
3,278

30
2,871

28
2,621

34
2,390

26
2,190

21
2,070

FEDERAL HOME LOAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period) * °
25 Total
26 FHA/VA
27 Conventional
Mortgage transactions (during period)
28 Purchases
29 Sales
Mortgage commitments * *
30 Contracted (during period)
31 Outstanding (end of period)




.. .

149

40. Mortgage markets—Continued
Millions of dollars, except as noted

1975

Item

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

,

Oct.

j

Nov.

Dec,

Ternui and yields in primary and secondary markets
PRIMARY MARKETS
Conventional mortgages on new homes
Terms 1
1 Purchase price (thousands of dollars)
2 Amount of loan (thousands of dollars)
3 Loan-price ratio (percent)
4 Maturity (years)
5 Fees and charges (percent of loan amount) 2 . . . .
6 Contract rate (percent per annum)

44.5
33.4
76.4
26.5 !
1.53
8.71

43.5
32.2
75.5
27.0
1.63
8.63

43.1
32.4
76.4
26.5
1.42
8.73

44.1
32.9
75.9
26.0
1.40
8.66

44.6
33.7
77.0
26.7
1.56
8.63

45.6
34.1
75,9
26.7
1.46
8.70

43,9
33.2
77,5
27.3
1.59
8.75

46.4
34.8
76.5
27.6
1.65
8.74

45.9
34.7
76,9
27.8
1.65
8,74

9.06
8.90

8.96
9.00

8,90
9.05

8.96
9.00

8.89
9.00

8.89
9.15

8.94
9.25

9.01
9.25

9.01
9.20

9.01
9,15

8 69
8.20

8.50

9.16
8.51

9.06
8.34

9.13
8.50

9.32
8.75

9.74
8.97

9.53
8.87

9.41
8,50

9.32
8.56

8.84
8.98

Yield (percent per annum)
7 FHLBB series »
8 HUD series 4

45.9
33.7
75.1
26.5
1.61
8.79

9.05
9.20

9.28
9.42

9.09
9.21

9.14
9.23

9.38
9.46

9.76
9.83

9.91
9.96

9.33
9.44

9.31
9.3*7

SECONDARY MARKETS
Yield (percent per annum)
9 FHA mortgages (HUD series) 6
10 GNMA securities8
.
FNM A auctions7
11 Government-underwritten loans
12 Conventional loans

Activity in secondary markets
FEDERAL NATIONAL
MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period)
13 Total
14 FHA-insured
15 V A-guaranteed .
16 Conventional

29,754
19,277
8,304
2,173

29,815
19,282
8,337
2,195

29,858
19,251
8,395
2,212

30,015
19,282
8,498
2,235

30,351
19,385
8,693
2,273

30,777
19,507
8,942
2,328

31,055
19,560
9,122
2,373

31,373
19,641
9,309
2,423

31,552
19.64S
9,430
2,474

31,824
19,732
9,573
2,519

151
1

211

247

326

538

594

488

508

372

451

Mortgage commitments8
19 Contracted (during period)
20 Outstanding (end 01 period)

639
6,636

913
6,890

621
6,615

557
6,549

575
6,119

814
5,888

575
5,399

282
A, 685

332
4,385

517
4,126

Auction of four-month commitments to buy
Government-underwritten loans
Oifered »
Accepted
.
Conventional loans
23 Offered e
24 Accepted

559.7 1,022.5
524.5
381.5

691.1
395.4

604.6
365.9

749.0 1,221.8
422.6
588.5

823.7
339.7

241.7
166.2

362.9
222.3

638.3
350.0

95.1
57.9

179.0
95.9

116.2
82.3

147.2
90.1

127.9
70.3

195.4
79.9

165.7
79.1

37.2
32.7

88,2
49.8

185.4
83.5

4,608
1,887
2,722

4,634
1,890
2,744

4,773
1,920
2,854

4,944
1,936
3,008

5,015
1,943
3,072

4,942
1,863
3,080

5,033
1,852
3.18J

5,119
1,843
3,276

4,971
1,834
3,137

4,987
1,824
3,163

113
19

121
71

203
38

210
5

161
63

98
145

148
31

176
59

104
225

69
30

52
1,040

297
1,161

42
969

28
700

139
530

132
509

79
403

45
201

50
124

71
111

Mortgage transactions (during period)
17 Purchases
18 Sales

21
22

FEDERAL HOME LOAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period) l °
25 Total
26 FHA/VA
27 Conventional
Mortgage transactions (during period)
28 Purchases
29 Sales .
Mortgage commitments11
30 Contracted (during period)
31 Outstanding (end of period)

150



..

...

40. Mortgage markets—Continued
Millions of dollars, except as noted

1976

Item

Jan.

Mar.

Feb.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Terms and yields in primary and secondary markets
PRIMARY MARKETS
1
2
3
4
5
6

Conventional mortgages on new homes
Terms l
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 annum)

Yield (percent per annum)
7 FHLBB series a
8 HUD series 4

47.2
35.4
76.9
27.4
1.74
8.71

45.2
33.4
75.1
26.0
1.56
8.67

46.8
35.0
76.4
27.1
1.60
8.67

48.5
35.8
75.3
27.3
1.52
8.67

46.3
35.3
77.5
26.5
1.35
8.75

48.9
36.2
75.1
26.5
1.27
8.69

49.4
36.7
75.8
27.1
1.29
8.76

49.6
36.8
75.8
27.8
1.38
8.79

50.6
37.4
75.6
27.7
1.42
8.85

8.99
9,05

8.93
9.00

8.93
8.95

8.92
8.90

8.97
9.00

8.89
9.05

8.97
9.05

9.02
9.05

9.08
9.00

9.06
8.33

9.04
8.31

8.30

8.82
8.10

9.03
8.33

9.05
8.35

8.99
8.37

8.93
8.30

8.82
8.10

9.09
9.25

9.06
9,16

9.05
9.14

8.88
9.02

9.05
9.17

9.16
9.31

9.04
9.25

8.99
9.15

8.88
9.11

SECONDARY MARKETS
Yield (percent per annum)
9 FHA mortgages (HUD series) fi
10 GNMA securities8
FNMA auctions 7
1 1 Government-underwritten loans
12 Conventional loans

Activity in secondary markets
FEDERAL NATIONAL
MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period)

31,772
19,674
9,554
2,545

31,618
19,541
9,521
2,556

31,482
19,431
9,473
2,578

31,389
19,368
9,431
2,590

32,052
19,296
9,390
3,366

32,028
19,238
9,391
3,399

32,011
19,184
9,388
3,439

32,069
19,180
9,394
3,496

32,062
19,133
9,366
3,563

76

56
55

85
22

103

877

240

210
1

277
1

199

Mortgage commitments
19 Contracted (during period)
20 Outstanding (end ofperiod)

189
3,170

355
3,201

405
3,120

213
2,788

1,305
3,732

857
4,153

584
4,245

492
4,335

463
3,983

Auction of four-month commitments to buy
Government-underwritten loans
Offered »
Accepted. .
.
.
Conventional loans
23
Offered B
24
Accepted

162.3
89.2

379.1
261.1

446.2
293.5

238.2
116.3

1,117.3
543.7

757.3
481.0

460.1
300.4

361.4
214.4

221.4
117.9

76.1
56,8

101.8
60.2

121.6
78.7

111.7
65.2

239.5
129.0

302.3
220.0

221.2
187.1

298.8
208.7

321.7
225.4

Mortgage holdings (end ofperiod) 1 °
25 Total. .
26 FHA/VA
27 Conventional

4,958
1,816
3,142

4,686
1,802
2,884

4,602
1,787
2,815

4,520
1,768
2,752

4,486
1,752
2,735

4,529
1,729
2,801

4,551
1,713
2,838

4,310
1,695
2,614

4,269
1,679
2,590

Mortgage transactions (during period)
28 Purchases
29 Sales

47
57

51
296

95
98

43
86

73
64

163
75

152
84

77
278

88
93

Mortgage commitments1 *
30 Contracted (during period)
31 Outstanding (end ofperiod)

42
99

43
87

93
128

209
289

178
376

72
285

39
154

117
175

163
243

14
15
16

FHA-insured
VA-guaranteed
Conventional

Mortgage transactions (during period)
17 Purchases
18 Sales
8

21
22

FEDERAL HOME LOAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION




151

40. Mortgage markets—Continued
Millions of dollars, except as noted

1976

Item

Oct.

Nov.

1977
Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apra

May

June

Terms and yields in primary and secondary markets
PRIMARY MARKETS

1
2
3
4
5
6

Conventional mortgages on new homes
Terms l
Purchase price (thousands of dollars)
Amount of loan (thousands of dollars) , .
Loan-price ratio (percent) ....
Maturity (years)
Fees and charges (percent of loan amount) a
Contract rate (percent per annum)

48.6
36.0
75.6
27.0
1.36
8.83

51.0
37.1
74.7
27.7
1.3«
8.87

52.5
39.0
76.3
28.2
1.38
8.82

53.1
39.3
75.8
27.8
1.31
8.78

53.8
40.9
77.5
28.0
1.34
8.74

53,4
39 6
75,5
27.3
1 . 30
8.73

52.8
39.9
77.4
27 ,9
1.34
8.74

53.1
39.5
76.0
27.2
1.25
8.78

9.07
9.00

9.05
8.95

9.10
8.90

9.05
8.80

8.99
8.80

8.95
8.85

8.94
8.90

8.96
8,95

8.98
9.00

8.55
7.98

Yield (percent per annum)
7 FHLBB series *
8 HUD series *

49.0
36.2
75.3
28.0
1.38
8.85

8.45
7.93

8.25
7.59

8.40
7.85

8.50
7.98

8.58
8.06

8.57
7.96

8.04

8.74
7.95

8.76
9.04

8.67
9.00

8.50
8.85

8.48
8.82

8.55
8.86

8.68
8.91

8.67
8.97

8.74
9.08

8.75
9.12

SECONDARY MARKETS
9
10
11
12

Yield (percent per annum)
FHA mortgages (HUD series) 5
GNMA securities fl
FNMA auctions 7
Government-underwritten loans
Conventional loans

...

Activity in secondary markets
FEDERAL NATIONAL
MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period)
13 Total
14 FHA-insured
15 VA-guaranteed
16 Conventional

32,019
19,077
9,314
3,628

Auction of four-month commitments to buy
Government-underwritten loans
Offered »
Accepted
Conventional loans
23 Offered 8 .
24 Accepted
.
.

21
22

32,848
18,854
9,162
4,833

32,792
18,771
9,115
4,906

32,830
18,739
9,099
4,992

32.93S
18,745
9,125
5,<M9

33,580
18,939
9,399
5,241

33,918
18,974
9,509
5,435

162

1,131
8

191

141

150

283

3*>1

947
7

656

615
3,649

290
3,398

1,180
4,142

968
4,707

1,119
5,184

716
5,411

1,452
5,773

999
5,854

235.5
107.1

494.1
221.1

56.9
41.5

747.4
549.1

868.4
484.7

1,138.2
612.0

456 J
269.8

1,842.8
1,027.4

278.9
127.8

297.5
215.8

353.3
296.9

150.2
135.4

326.8
238.3

300.0
235.8

373.9
268.1

348,1
280 . 7

1,164.6
751.7

371.1
263.0

4,190
1,660
2,530

Mortgage commitments6
19 Contracted (during period)
20 Outstanding (end of period)

32,904
18,916
9,212
4,776

480
3,672

Mortgage transactions (during period)
17 Purchases
18 Sales

32,929
18,986
9,264
4,679

4,162
1,638
2,523

4,269
1,618
2,651

3,896
1,594
2,302

3,672
1,580
2,092

3,557
1,564
1,993

3,355
1,542
1,813

3,285
1,523
1,762

3,389
1,502
1,887

78
116

101
91

208
60

16
51

98
209

200
285

235
3S8

310
329

379
336

171
326

245
452

105
333

250
462

170
533

459
760

606
1,112

525
1,314

511
1,293

FEDERAL HOME LOAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period) l °
25 Total
26
FHA/VA
27 Conventional .
Mortgage transactions (during period)
28 Purchases
29 Sales
..
11

Mortgage commitments
30 Contracted (during period) . .
31 Outstanding (end of period)

152



....

40. Mortgage markets—Continued
Millions of dollars, except as noted

1977

1978

Item
July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Terms and yields in primary and secondary markets
PRIMARY MARKETS

1
2
3
4
5
6

Conventional mortgages on new homes
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 annum)
.

54.9
40.8
76.5
28.2
1.30
8.81

56.0
41.7
76.3
28.2
1.34
8.82

54.0
40.2
76.1
27.6
1.35
8.84

56.4
42.0
76.5
28.2
1.38
8.85

57.7
42.6
75.5
28.0
1.30
8.87

58.0
43.3
76.4
28.3
1.41
8.93

59.9
44.0
75.3
27.3
1.32
8.96

58.8
43.5
75.5
27.4
1.37
9.03

9.00
9.00

Yield (percent per annum)
7 FHLBB series 3
8 HUD series *

53.7
40.0
76.2
27.9
1.31
8.79

9.02
9.00

9.04
9,00

9.07
9.00

9.07
9.05

9.08
9.10

9.15
9.15

9.18
9.25

9.26
9,30

8.74
7.95

8.74
8.03

8.72
8.03

8.78
8.16

8.78
8.19

8.91
8.29

9.11
8.56

8.64

9,29
8.60

8.72
9.07

8.76
9.06

8.74
9.05

8.82
9.10

8.85
9.16

8.94
9.19

9.17
9.32

9.31
9.49

9.35
9.61

SECONDARY MARKETS
9
10
11
12

Yield (percent per annum)
FHA mortgages (HUD series) *
GNMA securities6
FNMA auctions 7
Government-underwritten loans
Conventional loans

. .

Activity in secondary markets
FEDERAL NATIONAL
MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period)
13 Total
.
14 FHA-insured
15 VA-guaranteed
16 Conventional

33,954
18,887
9,449
5,618

34,029
18,785
9,388
5,866

34,149
18,704
9,344
6,100

34,123
18,602
9,287
6,234

34,192
18,535
9,267
6,389

34,370
18,457
9,315
6,597

34,762
18,506
9,398
6,858

35,414
18,670
9,599
7,146

36,035
18,765
9,727
7,543

322

405

385

251

352

497
59

636
5

879

891
4

Mortgage commitments
19 Contracted (during period)
20 Outstanding (end of period)

357
5,062

531
4,717

364
3,522

897
3,702

975
4,192

1,357
4,698

1,818
5,782

1,942
6,851

1,563
7,443

Auction of four-month commitments to buy
Government-underwritten loans
Offered 0
Accepted
.
Conventional loans
23 Offered »
,
24 Accepted

206.4
131.4

314.9
221.4

112.9
75.4

613.2
400.5

210.4
152.7

1,184.5
794.0

1,779.8
970.9

1,199.1
623.5

523.7
334.9

286.8
184.4

370.2
236.7

264.4
184.4

758.1
529.0

537.6
386.3

591.6
359.4

949.9
449.6

1,214.1
566.0

823.5
512.5

3,483
1,481
2,002

3,424
1,463
1,961

3,376
1,443
1,933

3,402
1,424
1,978

3,266
1,406
1,860

3,276
1,394
1,882

3,163
1,381
1,782

3,044
1,380
1,664

3,372
1,388
1,984

236
79

455
479

479
386

428
354

576
677

489
477

400
503

363
470

344
120

511
1,350

567
1,352

547
1,353

465
1,329

574
1,233

361
1,063

367
961

363
1,021

593
1,233

Mortgage transactions (during period)
17 Purchases
....
18 Sales
. .
6

21
22

FEDERAL HOME LOAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period) *• °
25 Total
.
,.
26 FHA/VA
27 Conventional
Mortgage transactions (during period)
28 Purchases
29 Sales
, .
Mortgage commitments 1 »
30 Contracted (during period) . . .
31 Outstanding (end of period)




153

40. Mortgage markets—Continued
Millions of dollars* except as noted

1978

Item

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

Conventional mortgages on new homes
Terms l
Purchase price (thousands of dollars)
Amount of loan (thousands of dollars)
Loan-price ratio (percent)
Maturity (years)
Fees ana charges (percent of loan amount) 2. . . .
Contract rate (percent per annum) . .

59.8
44.2
75.5
27.7
1.34
9.14

62.6
45.9
75.6
28.3
1.40
9.23

61.9
45.3
75.3
28.2
1.40
9.34

63.6
46.4
75.3
28.0
1.43
9.45

64.6
46.7
74.1
27.8
1.36
9.50

66.8
48 6
74 4
28 0
1,37
9,60

65,1
47.5
74.4
27.9
1,40
9.63

68.1
49.6
75,1
28.1
1.49
9.76

9.30
9.40

9.37
9.60

9.46
9.75

9.57
9.80

9.70
9,80

9.73
9.80

9 = 83
9,95

9.87
10.10

10.02
10.30

9.37
8.71

9.67
8.90

9.05

9.92
9.15

9.78
8.97

9.78
9.04

9.93
9.25

9.999.39

10.16
9.54

9.44
9.72

Yield (percent per annum}
7 FHLBB series 3,
8 HUD series 4

61.6
45.7
76.1
28,4
1.44
9.07

9.66
9.90

9.91
10.10

10.01
10.19

9.81
10.11

9.78
10.02

10.03
10.19

10,30
10.56

10.50
10.85

SECONDARY MARKETS
Yield (percent per annum)
9 FHA mortgages (HUD series) 6
10 GNMA securities 8
FNMA auctions 7
1 1 Government-underwritten loans
12 Conventional loans

Activity in secondary markets
FEDERAL NATIONAL
MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period)
13 Total .
14 FHA-insured
15 VA-guaranteed .
.
16 Conventional

36,702
18,950
9,905
7,847

37,937
19,382
10,255
8,300

38,7,53
19,608
10,398
8,747

39,413
19,763
10,457
9,189

40,325
20,034
10,536
9,752

41,191
20,325
10,575
10,575

41,965
20,625
10,565
10,767

42,590
20,929
10,535
11,126

43,311
21,243
10,544
11,524

938

1,552

1,155

945

1,230

1,132

1,053

920

973

Mortgage commitments
19 Contracted (during period)
20 Outstanding (end ot period)

2,117
8,486

3,440
10,271

1,517
10,395

927
10,170

527
9,419

882
9,068

1 ( 900
9,547

1,275
9,524

1,051
9,200

Auction of four-month commitments to buy
Government-underwritten loans
Offered 9
Accepted
.
Conventional loans
23 Offered e
24
Accepted

909.3
529.2

2,117.7
1,093.7

1,095.0
636.6

756.7
471.5

499.1
277.2

717.9
335.9

1,964.8
832.4

788.0
321.8

627.0
319.6

974.2
578.1

1,935.8
968.3

574.5
342.0

316.0
178.9

224.7
128.5

484.7
283.7

1,156.8
4*)S,6

861.4
386,8

417.4
220.9

3,092
1,373
1,719

2,878
1,356
1,522

2,255
1,338
917

2,024
1,321
702

2,448
1,304
1,144

2,486
1,287
1,199

2,867
1,272
1,594

3,022
1,257
1,766

3,064
1,243
1,822

356
466

479
651

500
1 ,093

520
725

742
299

670
594

791
369

763
581

596
540

512
1,346

811
1,640

762
1,»70

737
2,055

838
2,142

760
2,130

547
1,716

706
1,617

455
1,410

.

..

Mortgage transactions (during period)
17 Purchases
..
.
18 Sales
8

21
22

FEDERAL HOME LOAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period) l °
25 Total
26 FHA/VA
..
.
27 Conventional.
Mortgage transactions (during period)
28 Purchases . ,
29 Sales
Mortgage commitments 1 1
30 Contracted (during period)
31 Outstanding (end of period)

154



41. Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property
Millions of dollars, end of period

1974

Type of holder, and type of property

1975

1976

1977

19 74

1978

Ql

Q3

Q2

Q4

1 All holders

742,512

801,537

889,202 1,023,505 1,172,502

696,846

716,995

731,882

742,512

2
3
4
5

449,371
99,976
146,877
46,288

490,761
100,601
159,298
50,877

556,456
104,505
171,210
57,031

656,566 761,905
1 1 1 , 841 122 004
189,274 212,597
65,824
75,996

424,042
95 292
135,376
42,136

435 , 843
97 155
140 246
43,751

444 052
98 864
143 803
45 , 163

449
99
146
46

371
976
877
288

542,560
132,105
74,758
7,619
43 , 679
6,049

581,193
136,186
77,018
5,915
46,882
6,371

647,525
151,326
86,234
8,082
50,289
6,721

745,011
178,979
105,115
9,215
56,898
7,751

847,910
213 963
126,966
10,912
67,056
9,029

514,128
121 882
69 , 374
7,046
39 855
5,607

528,169
127 320
72 253
7,313
41 926
5,828

537 438
130 582
73 987
7,496
43 092
6,007

542
132
74
7
43
6

560
105
758
619
679
049

....

74,920
49,213
12,923
12,722
62

77,249
50,025
13,792
13,373
59

81,639
53,089
14,177
14,313
60

88,104
57,637
15,304
15,110
53

95,157
62,252
16 529
16,319
57

73,929
49,054
12 507
12,309
59

74 , 225
49,025
12 605
12,544
51

74^809
49,279
12 805
12 669
56

74
49
12
12

920
213
923
722
62

. .

249, 30 t
200 987
23,808
24,506

278,590
223 , 903
25 , 547
29,140

323,005
260 , 794
28,425
33,786

381,163
310,686
32,513
37,964

432,858
356 156
36,057
40 , 645

236,137
190 562
23,000
22,575

243 , 399
196 350
23,561
23,488

247 , 620
199 681
23 , 796
24 , 143

249,301
200 987
23 808
24 , 506

86 234
19,026
19,625
41 256
6 327

89 168
17,590
19 , 629
45 196
6,753

91,555
16,088
19,178
48 , 864
7,425

96,765
14,727
18,807
53,438
8,843

105 932
14,449
19,026
62 086
10,371

82 180
20,104
18,680
37 397
5,999

83 225
19,583
18,935
38 579
6,128

84 427
19,232
19 , 209
39 739
6,247

86 234
19,026
19,625
41 256
6 327

58,320
4,846
2 248
2,598

66,891
7,438
4 728
2,710

66,753
4,241
1,970
2,271

70,006
3,660
1,548
6,403

81,853
3,509
877
2,632

47 ,777
3,604
1 079
2,525

51,822
3,616
1 134
2,482

55,224
4,052
1 525
2,527

58,320
4,846
2 248
2,598

1,432
759
167
156
350

1,109
208
215
190
496

1,064
454
218
72
320

1,353
626
275
149
303

926
288
320
101
217

1,671
961
46
272
392

2,460
1 414
81
419
546

1,846
943
114
293
496

1,432
759
167
156
350

4,015
2,009
2,006

4,970
1,990
2,980

5,150
1,676
3,474

5,212
1,627
3,585

5,419
1,641
3,778

3,523
1,966
1,557

3,596
1,946
1,650

3,787
1,964
1,823

4,015
2,009
2,006

1 - to 4-family
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm

. .

6 Major financial institutions
7 Commercial banks1
8
1- to 4-family . .
9
Multifamily
10
Commercial
11
Farm

. . .

12
13
14
15
16

Mutual savings banks
1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm

17
18
19
20

Savings and loan associations
1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Commercial

21
22
23
24
25

Life insurance companies
1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm

26 Federal and related agencies
27 Government National Mortgage Association .
28
1- to 4-family
29
Multifamily
30
31
32
33
34

Farmers Home Administration
1- to 4-family
Multifamily
.
Commercial
Farm

.

'. . .

35 Federal Housing, and Veterans
Administrations
36
1- to 4-family
37
Multifamily
38
39
40

Federal National Mortgage Association
1- to 4-family
Multifamily

29,578
23 , 778
5 800

31,824
25,813
6 Oil

32,904
26,934
5,970

34,369
28,504
5,865

43,311
37 , 579
5 732

24,875
20,516
4 359

26,559
21,691
4 868

28,641
23,258
5,383

29,578
23,778
5 800

41
42
43

Federal Land Banks
1- 4-family
Farm

. . . .

13 863
406
13 457

16 563
549
16 014

19,125
601
18 524

22,136
670
21 466

25 , 624
927
24 697

11 467
168
11 299

12 400
223
12 177

13,185
308
12 877

13,863
406
13 457

44
45
46

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation . .
1- to 4-family
Multifamily

4,586
4,217
369

4,987
4,588
399

4,269
3,889
380

3,276
2,738
538

3,064
2,407
657

2,637
2,472
165

3,191
2,951
240

3,713
3,414
299

4,586
4,217
369

47 Mortgage pools or trusts 2
48 Government National Mortgage Association.
49
1- to 4-family
50
Multifamily

23,799
11,769
11 249
520

34,138
18,257
17 538
719

49,801
30,572
29 , 583
989

70,289
44,896
43,555
1,341

88,633
54,347
52 732
1,615

19,709
9,555
9 217
338

20,132
10,225
9 857
368

21,941
10,982
10,506
476

23 , 799
11,769
11,249
520

757
608
149

1,598
1,349
249

2,671
2,282
389

6,610
5,621
989

11,892
9,657
2,235

774
623
151

760
612
148

738
595
143

757
608
149

11,273
6,782
116
1,473
2,902

14,283
9,194
295
1,948
2 846

16,558
10,219
532
2,440
3,367

18,783
1 1 , 397
759
2,945
3,682

22,395
13,400
1,116
3,560
4 318

9,380
5,429
143
1,118
2 690

9,147
5,330
132
1,065
2 620

10,221
6,170
120
1,231
2 700

11,273
6,782
116
1,473
2,902

117,833
53,331
24,276
23,085
17 141

119,315
56,268
22,140
22 , 569
18 338

125,123
62,643
20,420
21,446
20 614

154,106
82 , 574
21,395
22 830
27 307

115,232
52,517
24,775
21 850
16 090

116,872
53,474
24,772
22 225
16 401

117,279
53,190
24,673
22,636
16 780

117,833
53,331
24,276
23,085
17,141

.

51
52
53

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation. .
1- to 4-family
Multifamily

54
55
56
57
58

Farmers Home Administration
1- to 4-family. . .
.
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm

59 Individuals and others 3
60
1- to 4-family
61 Multifamily
62 Commercial
63 Farm




.

. .

.

138,199
72,115
20,538
21 , 820
23 726

155

41. Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 75

Type of holder, and type of property

Ql

Q2

19 76
Q3

Q4

Q2

Ql

Q3

Q4

1 All holders

752,221

768,544

785,296

801,537

818,420

840,533

865,639

889,202

2
'•}
4
5

454,605
100,578
149,439
47,599

466,619
100,571
152,136
49,218

479,195
100,593
1 515,324
50,184

490,761
100,601
159,298
50,877

503,255
101,782
161,183
52,200

519,790
102 901
164,049
53 , 793

538,771
103,873
167,530
55,465

556,456
104 505
171,223
57,031

546 , 739
131,903
74,696
7,176
43,924
6,107

545,208
133,012
75,356
6,816
44,598
6,242

569 , 864
134-, 514
76,149
6,363
45 , 694
6,308

581 193
136,186
77,018
5,915
46,882
6,371

593 184
139,628
78,974
6 981
47 , 320
6,353

611 480
139 631
81,281
8 130 '
47 924*
6,363

630 009
147,805
83,938
8 144
49,160
6,563

647 525
151 326
86 , 234
8 082
50,289
6,721

. . .

75,157
49,205
13,055
12,837
60

75 , 796
49,458
13,262
13,024
52

76,490
49,719
13,523
13,194
54

77,249
50,025
13,792
13,373
59

77,853
50 553
13,699
13,546
55

78,838
51 326
13,674
13,780
58

80,249
52 250
13,915
14,028
56

81,639
53 089
14,177
14,313
60

. ...

252,433
203,461
23,956
25 016

261,300
210,556
24,536
26 208

270 529
217,695
25 , 105
27 , 729

278 590
223,903
25 , 547
29 140

286 276
230,395
25,937
29 944

299 238
240,976
26,817
31 450

111 753
251,553
27,497
32 703

323 005
260 , 794
28,425
33,786

87,246
18,750
19,800
42,268
6,428

87,967
18,365
19,764
43 265
6,573

88,331
17,955
19,703
44 042
6,631

89,168
17,590
19,629
45 196
6,753

89,427
17,160
19,565
45 887
6,815

89,706
16,855
19,367
46 479
7,005

90,202
16,448
19,234
47,336
7,184

91,555
16,088
19,178
48,864
7,425

59,279
5,599
2,787
2,812

61,470
5,610
2,787
2,823

64,464
5,634
3,692
2,842

66,891
7,438
4,728
2,710

67 , 350
7,619
4 886
2,733

66,033
5,557
3,165
2,392

67,314
5,068
2,486
2,582

66,753
4,241
1,970
2,271

631
68
104
174
285

1,169
367
268
176
358

1,118
343
134
181
460

1,109
208
215
190
496

650
97
23
96
434

830
228
46
151
405

1,355
754
143
133
325

1,064
454
218
72
320

4,047
1,879
2,168

4,297
1,915
2,382

4,681
1,951
2 , 730

4,970
1,990
2,980

5,033
1,908
3 125

s.iir
1,781
3,330

5,092
1,716
3,376

5,150
1,676
3,474

29,754
23 743
6,011

30,015
23 988
6,027

31,055
25 049
6,006

31,824
25 813
6,011

32,182
26 262
5 920

32,028
26 112
5 916

32,962
27 030
5,932

32,904
26 934
5,970

14,640
461
14 179

15 435
497
14 938

16.C43
525
15 518

16 563
549
16 014

17 264
563
16 701

17 978
575
17 403

18,568
586
17,982

19,125
601
18,524

1- to 4-famiIy
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm

6 Major financial institutions
7 Commercial banks *
8
1_ to 4-family .
9
Multifamily
10
Commercial
11
Farm. , . ,

.

. . .

. ,

12
13
14
15
16

Mutual savings banks
1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Commercial .
Farm

17
18
19
20

Savings and loan associations
1- to 4-family
Muttifamily
. .
Commercial

21
22
23
24
25

Life insurance companies
1- to 4-family
Multifamily
.
Commercial
Farm

.

..

26 Federal and related agencies
27 Government National Mortgage Association. . .
28
1- to 4-family
29
Multifamily
..
.
30
31
32
33
34

Farmers Home Administration
1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm
.

35
36
37

Federal Housing and Veterans Administrations.
1- to 4-family
Multifamily

38
39
40

Federal National Mortgage Assn
1- to 4-family
Multifamily

41
42
43

Federal Land Banks
1- to 4-family
Farm

44
45
46

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation. . . .
1- to 4-family
Multifamily

4,608
4,231
377

4,944
4,543
401

5,033
4,632
401

4,987
4,588
399

4,602
4,247
355

4,529
4,166
363

4,269
3,917
352

4,269
3,889
380

47 Mortgage pools or trusts 2
48 Government National Mortgage Association. . .
49
1- to 4-family
. ..
50
Multifamily

27 045
13,340
12,804
536

29 550
15,437
14,863
574

31 4B3
16,595
15,946
6(9

34 138
18,257
17,538
719

37 684
20,479
19,693
786

41 225
23,634
22,821
813

44,960
26,725
25,841
884

49 , 801
30,572
16,527
989

1,101
941
160

1,193
1,008
185

1,323
1 , 105
218

1,598
1,349
249

1,999
1,698
301

2,153
1,831
322

2,506
2,141
365

2,671
2,282
389

12,604
7,854
221
1,526
3,003

12,920
8,112
116
1,687
3,005

13,565
8 563
256
1,765
2,941

14,283
9,194
295
1,948
2,846

15,206
9 516
542
2,122
3,026

15,438
9,670
541
2,104
3,123

15,729
9,587
535
2,291
3,316

16,558
10,219
532
2,440
3,367

119,158
53 , 725
24,202
23 , 694
17,537

119,449
54,804
23,417
23,178
18 050

119,485
55,871
22,623
22,719
18 272

119,315
56,268
22,140
22 , 569
18,338

120,202
57,303
21,815
22,268
18,816

121,795
59,003
21,195
22,161
19,436

123,356
60,524
20,914
21,879
20,039

125,123
62,643
20,420
21,446
20,614

.

. . .

51
52
53

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation. . . .
1- to 4-family
. ....
Multifamily

54
55
56
57
58

Farmers Home Administration
1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm

59 Individuals and others 3
60
1- to 4-family
61 Multifamily
62 Commercial
63 Farm

156



. . .

41. Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 78

19 77

Type of holder, and type of property

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Qi

Q2

Q4

Q3

1 All holders

911,679

949,017

986,527 1,023,505 1,051,789 1,092,451 1,133,699 1,172,502

2
3
4
5

573 174
105,337
173 980
59,188

601,742
107,597
177,769
61,909

630 500
109,698
182 331
63,998

656 566
111,841
189 274
65 , 824

676 482
113,887
193 355
68,065

706 230
116,419
198 926
70 , 876

734
119
205
73

740
442
744
773

761
122
212
75

905
004
597
996

662,787
155,163
88 691
8,115
51,359
6,998

690,546
163,007
94 899
8,542
52,205
7,361

718,115
171,166
100 474
8,815
54,260
7,617

745,011
178,979
105 115
9,215
56,898
7,751

764,614
184 423
108 699
9 387
58,407
7 930

794,009
194 469
115 389
9 925
60,950
8 205

822
205
121
10
64
8

184
445
911
478
386
670

847
213
126
10
67
9

910
963
966
912
056
029

82,273
53,502
14,291
14,422
58

84,076
55,000
14,602
14,422
52

86,079
56,313
14,952
14,762
52

88 , 104
57,637
15,279
15,110
53

89 800
58 , 747
15 598
15,401
54

91,535
59 , 882
15 900
15,698
55

93 403
61,104
16 224
16 019
56

95
62
16
16

157
252
529
319
57

333,565
269,821
29,187
34 557

350,609
284,414
30,503
35 692

366,800
298 429
31,581
36 790

381 , 163
310 686
32,513
37 964

392,428
320 064
33,592
38 772

407,965
334 164
34,351
39 450

420,971
345 617
35 362
39 992

432,858
356 156
36 057
40 645

91,786
15,699
18,921
49,526
7,640

92,854
15,418
18,891
50,405
8,140

94 070
15,022
18 831
51,742
8,475

96,765
14,727
18,807
54,388
8,843

97 963
14,476
18 851
55,426
9 210

100 040
14,129
18 745
57,463
9 703

102
14
18
59
10

105
14
19
62
10

66,065
4,013
1,670
2 343

68,338
3,912
1,654
2,258

69,068
3,599
1,522
2 077

70,006
3,660
1,548
2 112

71 895
3,291
948
2 343

73 991
3,283
922
2 361

78 672
3,560
897
2 663

81 853
3,509
877
2 632

500
98
28
64
310

1,043
410
97
126
410

1 292
548
192
142
410

1 353
626
275
424
303

1 179
202
408
218
351

618
124
102
104
288

1 384
460
240
251
433

926
288
320
101
217

5,223
1,730
3 493

5,259
1,711
3 548

5,130
1 566
3 564

5,212
1,627
3 585

5,219
1 585
3 634

5,225
1 543
3 682

5,295
1 565
3 730

5,419
1 64]
3 778

1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm

...

6 Major financial institutions
7 Commercial banks 1
8
1- to 4-family
9
Multifamily
10
Commercial
11
Farm
12
13
14
15
16

Mutual savings banks
1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm
. . .

17
18
19
20

Savings and loan associations
1- to 4-family
Multifamily . .
Commercial

21
22
23
24
25

Life insurance companies
1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm
.

....

...

. .

. . .

26 Federal and related agencies
27 Government National Mortgage Association. . .
28
1- to 4-family. .
29
Multifamily
...

365
189
803
268
105

932
449
026
086
371

30
31
32
33
34

Farmers Home Administration
1- to 4-family
Multifamily .
Commercial
Farm

35
36
37

Federal Housing and Veterans Administrations.
1- to 4-family. .
Multifamily

38
39
40

Federal National Mortgage Association
1- to 4-family
Multifamily

32 830
26,836
5,994

33,918
27,933
5,985

34 148
28,178
5 970

34 369
28 , 504
5 865

36 029
30,208
5 821

38 753
32,974
5,779

41 189
35,437
5 752

43 311
37 579
5 732

41
42
43

Federal Land Banks
1- to 4-family
Farm

19,942
611
19,331

20,818
628
20,190

21 , 523
649
20,874

22,136
670
21,466

22,925
691
22 234

23,857
727
23,130

24 758
819
23 939

25 624
927
24 697

44
45
46

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
1- to 4-family..
. . . .
Multifamily

3,557
3 200
357

3,388
2 90t
487

3,376
2 818
558

3,276
2 738
538

3,252
2 694
558

2,255
1 856
399

2,486
1 994
492

3,064
2 407
657

47 Mortgage pools or trusts 2
.
48 Government National Mortgage Association. . .
49
1- to 4-family
50
Multifamily
. .

55,462
34,260
33,190
1 070

58 , 748
36,573
35,467
1 106

64,667
41,089
39,865
1 224

70,289
44,896
43,555
1 341

74 080
46,357
44,906
1 451

78 , 602
48,032
46,515
1 517

82 730
50,844
49,276
1 568

88 632
54,347
52,732
1 615

3,570
3 112
458

4,460
3,938
522

5,332
4 642
690

6,610
5 621
989

7,471
6 286
1 185

9,423
7,797
1 626

10,511
8 616
1 895

11,892
9 657
2 235

17 632
10 821
786
2,570
3 455

17,715
10 814
777
2,680
3 444

18 246
11 127
768
2,824
3 527

18,783
11 397
759
2,945
3 682

20 252
12 235
732
3 528
3 757

21 , 147
12 742
1,128
3,301
3 976

21 375
12 851
1,116
3 369
4 039

22 395
13 400
1,116
3,560
4 318

127,365
64 193
20 294
21,482
21.396

131,385
66 555
20 279
22,239
22.312

134,677
69 347
20 476
21 811
23.043

138,199
72 115
20 538
22,291
23.726

141 200
74 741
20 327
21,603
24.529

145 , 849
77 466
20 904
21,960
25.519

150 113
80 004
21 119
22 459
26.531

154,106
82 574
21 395
22 , 830
27.307

51
52
53

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation. . . .
1- to 4-family. .
. .
Multifamily

54
55
56
57
58

Farmers Home Administration
1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Commercial . . .
. .
Farm

59 Individuals and others 8
60
1- to 4-family
61 Multifamily
62 Commercial
63 Farm




157

42. Installment credit 1—Total outstanding, and net change
Millions of dollars

1974

Holder, and type of credit

1975

1976

1977

1974

1978
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

Amounts outstanding (end of period)
164,594 172,353 193,992 230,829 275,629 154,053 153,557 153,219 154,589 156,607

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailors *
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
M^utual savings banks

9
10
11
12
13
14

By major credit type
.Automobile
Commercial banks
Indirect paper
Direct loans
Credit unions
Finance companies

.

80,054
36,087
21,895
18,114
4,333
2,604
1,507

82,936
35,995
25,666
18,201
5,162
2,706
1,687

93,728 112,373 136,189
38,919 44,868 54,298
31,169 37,605 45,939
19,260 23,490 24,876
7,354
8,394
6,246
2,830
2,963
3,240
1,840
2,176
2,693

75,916
35,148
19,434
15,979
3,699
2,516
1,361

75,774
35,110
19,411
15,752
3,760
2,377
1,373

75,832
34,860
19,527
15,490
3,823
2,299
1 , 388

76,686
35,032
19,674
15,552
3,885
2,360
1,400

77,559
35,388
20,000
15,754
3,947
2,544
1 S 415

54,266
32,774
19,723
13,051
10,869
10,623

57,242
33,287
19,332
13,955
12,741
11,214

67,707
39,621
22,072
17,549
15,238
12,848

82,911 102,468
49,577 60,564
27,379 33,850
22,198 26,714
18,099 21,967
15,235 19,937

53,202
33,056
19,897
13,159
9,647
10,499

52,922
32,881
19,790
13,091
9,636
10,405

52,8*4
32,879
19,808
13,071
9,6 i >3
10,262

53,126
33,108
19,951
13,157
9,766
10,252

53,578
33,351
20,110
13,241
9,928
10,299

13,681
11,077
1
2,604

15,019
12,313

39,274
18,374
17,937
2,963

47,051
24,434
19,377
3,240

11,790
9,274
1
2,516

11,571
9,194
1
2,377

11,348
i.0.

2,706

17,189
14,359
1
2,830

11,494
9,134
1
2,360

11,801
9,257
1
2,544

14,642
8,996
3,525
1,889
232
...

14,434
8,667
3,445
2,050
272

14,573
8,737
3,263
2,241
332

15,141
9,124
3,077
2,538
402

16,042
9,553
3,152
2,848
489

13,647
8,404
3,366
1,671
206

13,768
8,478
3,387
1,697
206

13,75)0
8,553
3,366
1,724
207

13,955
8,652
3,344
1,750
209

14,130
8,746
3,395
1,777
212

82,005
27,207
21,939
10,794
18,114
2,444
1,507

85,658
28,669
21,336
12,653
18,201
3,112
1,687

94,523
31,011
22,808
15,599
19,260
4,005
1,840

93 , 503 110,068
35,298 41,638
26,556 31,209
19,104 23,483
5,553
5,499
4,816
5,546
2,176
2,693

75,414
25,182
21,283
9,581
15,979
2,028
1,361

75,296
25,221
21,318
9,569
15,752
2,063
1,373

75,247
25,351
21,292
9,627
15,4'H)
2,099 !
1,388

76,014
25,792
21,436
9,699
15,552
2,135
1,400

77,098
26,205
21,694
9,860
15,754
2,170
1,415

.

.

15 Revolving
16 Commercial banks
17 Retailers
18 Gasoline companies

.

19 Mobile home
.
20 Commercial banks . .
21 Finance companies
22 Savings and loans
....
23 Credit unions
.
24 Other
25
Commercial banks
26 Finance companies. . , ,
27 Credit unions . . . . . .
28 Retailers,
29 Savings and loans
30 Mutual savings banks

. •

2,2^9

Net change (during period) 3
9,489

7,765

21,662

35 „ 263

44,810

844

1,026

7117

1,138

1,239

4,129
731
2,263
1,522
698
-14
160

2,881
-82
3,766
87
829
104
180

10,792
2,946
5,503
1,059
1,085
124
153

18,645
5,948
6,436
2,654
1,111
132
337

23,813
9,430
8,334
1,386
1,041
276
530

546
111
106
100
54
-98
25

507
184
94
202
69
-42
12

480
20
142
67
65
-69
12

579
187
155
109
69
31
8

438
196
177
204
67
148
9

495
-513
-322
-191
1,124
-116

2,976
513
-392
905
1,872
591

10,465
6,334
2,742
3,592
2,497
1,634

15,204
9,956
5,307
4,649
2,861
2,387

19,557
10,987
6,471
4,516
3,868
4,702

-8
39
16
23
52
-99

-9
7
— 14
21
44
-60

21
53
S*>
-6
76
— 108

117
39
42
-3
75
3

45
-19

1,970
1,984
0
-14

1,340
1,236
0
104

2,170
2,046
0
124

6,248
4,015
2,101
132

7,776
6,060
1,440
276

99
197
0
-98

98
140
0
-42

51
12i>

178
147
0
31

305
157
0
148

49 Mobile home
50 Commercial banks
51 Finance companies
52 Savings and loans
53 Credit unions

1,068
628
166
249
25

-208
-330
-76
161
37

140
70
-182
192
60

565
387
-189
297
70

897
426
74
310
87

178
109
38
30
1

198
124
42
30
2

81
101
-4H
27

165
93
41
29
2

133
66
37
28
2

54 Other
55 Commercial banks
56 Finance companies .
57 Credit unions
58 Retailers
59 Savings and loans
60 Mutual savings banks . .

5,956
2,030
681
1,114
1,522
449
160

3,657
1,462
-597
1,857
87
668
180

8,887
2,342
1,494
2,946
1,059
893
153

13,246
4,287
3,750
3,505
553
314
337

16,580
6,340
4,654
4,379
-54
731
530

575
201
172
53
100
24
25

739
236
202
48
202
39
12

558
200
176
65
67
38
12

678
300
143
78
109
40
8

756
234
182
88
204
39

3 1 Total
32
'HS
34
35
36
37
38

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance cotupanies
Credit unions
Retailers 2
Savings and loans .
Gasoline companies
Nlutual savings banks

By major credit type
39 Automobile
40 Commercial banks
41
Indirect paper
42
Direct loans
43 Credit unions
44 Finance companies
45 Revolving
46 Commercial banks
47 Retailers
48 Gasoline companies

158



.
. .,

.

.

..
.

.

. . .

M

-6!)

-21
87
-23

42. Installment credit1—Total outstanding, and net change—Continued
Millions of dollars

1974

1975

Holder, and type of credit
June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Amounts outstanding (end of period)
158,670 160,434 162,849 163,635 163,561 163,526 164,594 162,628 161,527 160,053

1 Total
By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers z
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks.

78,600
35,723
20,449
15,785
4,008
2,679
1,426

79,529
35,971
20,773
15,827
4,062
2,831
1,441

80,607
36,340
21,274
16,115
4,118
2,941
1,454

80,857
36,301
21,631
16,299
4,170
2,909
1,468

80,852
36,190
21,716
16,371
4,225
2,726
1,481

80,420
36,059
21,773
16,802
4,279
2,6^99
1,494

80,054
36,087
21,895
18,114
4,333
2,604
1,507

79,439
35,598
21,705
17,340
4,384
2,641
1,521

78,965
35,442
21,816
16,813
4,435
2,520
1,536

78,115
34,997
21,959
16,481
4,485
2,464
1,552

54,241
33,661
20,316
13,345
10,151
10,429

54,768
33,954
20,494
13,460
10,312
10,502

55,466
34,228
20,656
13,572
10,560
10,678

55,557
34,098
20,535
13,563
10,738
10,721

55,393
33,849
20,395
13,454
10,780
10,764

54,979
33,425
20,128
13,297
10,808
10,746

54,266
32,774
19,723
13,051
10,869
10,623

53,518
32,279
19,408
12,871
10,774
10,465

53 , 529
32,166
19,330
12,836
10,830
10,533

53,085
31,773
19,018
12,755
10,900
10,412

15 Revolving
16 Commercial banks
17 Retailers
18 Gasoline companies

12,137
9,458
1
2,679

12,514
9,683
1
2,831

12,980
10,039
1
2,941

13,174
10,265
1
2 ,909

13,175
10,449
1
2,726

13,271
10,572
2,699

13,681
11,077
1
2,604

13,845
11,204
1
2,641

13,558
11,038
1
2,520

13,205
10,741
1
2,464

19 ^Mobile home
20 Commercial banks
21 Finance companies
22 Savings and loans
23 Credit unions

14,303
8,846
3,437
1,803
217

14,412
8,926
3,449
1,817
220

14,549
9,003
3,488
1,832
226

14,635
9,040
3,520
1,846
229

14,687
9,048
3,548
1,861
230

14,678
9,048
3,524
1,875
231

14,642
8,996
3,525
1,889
232

14,587
8,949
3,509
1,899
230

14,528
8,895
3,492
1,910
231

14,461
8,835
3,473
1,920
233

77,989
26,635
21,857
10,081
15,785
2,205
1,426

78,740
26,966
22,020
10,241
15,827
2,245
1,441

79,854
27,337
22,174
10,488
16,115
2,286
1,454

80,269
27,454
22,060
10,664
16,299
2,324
1,468

80,306
27,506
21,878
10,706
16,371
2,364
1,481

80,598
27,375
21,789
10,734
16,802
2,404
1,494

82,005
27,207
21,939
10,794
18,114
2,444
1,507

80,678
27,007
21,624
10,701
17,340
2,485
1,521

79,912
26,866
21,417
10,755
16,813
2,525
1,536

79 , 302
26,766
21,112
10,826
16,481
2,565
1,552

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

.

By major credit type
9 Automobile
10 Commercial banks
11
Indirect paper
12
Direct loans
13 Credit unions
14 Finance companies

.
.

.

. .

.

24 Other .
25 Commercial banks
26 Finance companies
28
29
30

Retailers
.
Savings and loans
Mutual savings banks

Net change (during period) 3
785

213

508
132
289
186
46
14
13

279
36
304
128
54
-23
7

197
55
33
22
134
8

305
96
43
53
134
75

270
212
0
58

258
205
0
53

107
56
24
24
3
641
236
125
107
113
41
19

-162

-68

363

48
-118
160
108
49
-55
21

-194
-199
128
39
51
13
11

-409

6
171
63
62
-70
15

-142
-184
190
-37
48
42
15

194
11
267
-172
58
-15
20

-321
-230
158
40
53
-23
18

191
-25
-72
47
153
63

-129
-253
-150
-103
80
44

-300
-318
-191
-127
62
-44

-318
-388
-221
-167
89
-19

-182
-273
-183
-90
100
-9

367
93
25
68
133
141

-274
-305
-249
-56
88
-57

217
203
0
14

161
184
0
-23

135
190
0
-55

127
114
0
13

-31
39
0
-70

172
130
0
42

75
90
0
-15

22
45
0
-23

80
59
6
13
2

75
30
28
14
3

54
19
16
16
3

37
7
15
13
2

-16
0
-27
10
1

-1
-25
7
15
2

16
-3
4
13
2

-30
34
-12
13
3

-34
-38
-8
11
1

527
183
46
122
134
33
9

591
179
29
152
186
32
13

379
101
-43
148
128
38
7

170
104
-111
78
108
36
21

38
10
-128
65
39
41
11

188
-35
18
80
63
47
15

-74
4
-179
88
-37
35
15

-49
45
-118
131
-172
45
20

-19
-23
-165
69
40
42
18

1,062

591
166
217
113
65
58
19

502
60
258
134
46
53
9

By major credit type
39 Automobile
40 Commercial banks
41
Indirect paper
42
Direct loans
43 Credit unions
44 Finance companies

211
87
54
33
107
17

45 Revolving, .
46 Commercial banks
47 Retailers
48 Gasoline companies

32
33
34
35
36
37
38

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers z
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks

49 Mobile home
.
50 Commercial banks
51 Finance companies
52 Savings and loans
53 Credit unions

.
.

.
.

54 Other
55 Commercial banks
56 Finance companies
57 Credit unions
58 Retailers
59 Savings and loans
60 Mutual savings banks . . .




. ..

.

...

-305

-151

1,229

31 Total

1,188

159

42, Installment credit1—Total outstanding, and net change—Continued
Millions of dollars

1975

Holder, and type of credit

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

r Dec.
~

Nov.

Amounts outstanding (end of period)
160,243

160,798

161,995

164,110

166,043

167,336

168,172

169,106

172,353

78,260
34,824
22,127
16,412
4,536
2,516
1,568

1 Total.....

78,469
34,790
22,372
16,438
4,586
2,561
1,582

79,054
34,947
22,878
16,290
4,636
2,594
1,596

79,921
35,301
23,637
16,173
4,723
2,743
1,612

80,711
35,478
24,203
16,376
4,810
2,839
1,626

81,334
35,486
24,687
16,433
4,898
2,856
1,642

81,913
35,577
24,905
16,367
4,987
2,764
1,657

82,088
35,760
25,165
16,656
5,075
2,690
1,672

82,936
35,995
25,666
18,201
5,162
2,706
1,687

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
...
Retailers 2
Savings and loans, ....
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks. .

9
10
11
12
13
14

By major credit type
Automobile
..
Commercial banks
Indirect paper
Direct loans
Credit unions
Finance companies. . .

53,061
31,745
18,928
12,817
10,984
10,332

53,293
31,814
18,907
12,907
11,105
10,374

53,935
32,034
19,001
13,033
11,357
10,544

54,928
32,456
19,228
13,228
11,733
10,739

55,573
32,642
19,257
13,385
12,014
10,917

56,006
32,779
19,273
13,506
12,254
10,973

56,604
33,129
19,449
13,680
12,363
11,112

56,932
33,214
19,419
13,795
12,492
11,226

57,242
33,287
19,332
13,955
12,741
11,214

15 Revolving. . .
16 Commercial banks
17 Retailers.
....
18 Gasoline companies .

13,295
10,779
1
2,516

13,321
10,760
1
2,561

13,428
10,834
1
2,594

13,716
10,973
1
2,743

14,056
11,217
1
2,839

14,305
11,449
1
2,856

14,299
11,535
1
2,764

14,306
11,616
1
2,690

15,019
12,313
1
2,706

19 Mobile home
20 Commercial banks. . . .
21 Finance companies
22 Savings and loans
23 Credit unions
.

14,442
8,811
3,466
1,930
235

14,434
8,796
3,461
1,940
237

14,457
8,803
3,461
1,950
243

14,454
8,781
3,455
1,967
251

14,460
8,772
3,448
1,983
257

14,480
8,769
3,449
2,000
262

14,467
8,738
3,448
2,017
264

14,503
8,733
3,469
2,034
267

14,434
8,667
3,445
2,050
272

79,445
26,925
21,026
10,908
16,412
2,606
1,568

79,750
27,099
20,955
11,030
16,438
2,646
1,582

80,175
27,383
20,942
11,278
16,290
2,686
1,596

81,012
27,711
21,107
11,653
16,173
2,756
1,612

81,954
28,080
21,113
11,932
16,376
2,827
1,626

82,545
28,337
21,064
12,171
16,433
2,898
1,642

82,802
28,513
21,01?
12,278
16,367
2,970
1,657

83 , 365
28,525
21 ,065
12,406
16,656
3,041
1,672

85,658
28,669
21,336
12,653
18,201
3,112
1,687

1,131

1,304

1,725

,

.
. . . .

. .

24 Other
25 Commercial banks
26 Finance companies. ...
27 Credit unions
28 Retailers
29 Savings a n d loans . .
30 Mutual savings banks,

.

.

.

.

Net change (during period) 3
-26

By major holder
32 Commercial banks,
33 Finance companies.
34 Credit unions
3 5 Retailers 2
36 Savings and loans
37 Gasoline companies
38 Mutual savings banks
By major credit type
39 Automobile
40 Commercial banks
41
Indirect paper
42
Direct loans
43 Credit unions
44 Finance companies

....
'.
.

...

45 Revolving
46 Commercial banks
47 Retailers
48 Gasoline companies
49 Mlobile home
50 Commercial banks
51 Finance companies
52 Savings and loans
53 Credit unions
54 Other
55 Commercial banks
56 Finance companies
57 Credit unions
58 Retailers
..
59 Savings and loans
60 Mutual savings banks

160




. .

305

1,256

936

-105
-180
113
42
62
-14
13

124
3
215
-83
64
-24
6

357
132
638
7
72
30
20

341
17
353
128
77
13
7

565
74
348
-62
86
15
7

569
99
364
-34
78
41
14

679
155
392
-16
84
-20
30

770
168
518
99
88
63
19

-188
-206
-179
-27
87
-69

-119
-134
-133
-1
51
-36

114
-38
-65
27
94
58

582
160
69
91
322
100

310
58
-62
120
170
82

481
222
63
159
169
90

587
293
136
157
180
114

667
344
103
241
200
123

825
435
160
275
266
124

115
103
0
12

. . . . . .
.

...

-69

-109
-150
171
-15
48
12
17

31 Total

13
27
0
-14

64
88
0
-24

114
84
0
30

135
122
0
13

150
135
0
15

112
71
0
41

113
133
0
-20

150
87
0
63

-23
-26
~6
8
1

-21
-28
-7
13
1

-23
-29
-9
13

-26
-34
-11
13
6

-34
-41
-11
14
4

0
-14
-6
17
3

-15
-24
-10
16
3

31
0
16
11
4

70
20
-75
83
-15
40
17

58
30
-137
61
42
49
13

150
103
-46
119
-83
51
6

586
147
43
310
7
59
20

525
202
-54
179
128
63
7

402
222
-10
176
-62
69
7

447

1,033

229

-5
181
-34
62
14

:

493
202
16
188
-16
73
30

:

-27
-32
-13
15
5

111
280
59
247
99
73
19

-Total outstanding, and net change—Continued

42. Installment credit
Millions of dollars

1976
Holder, and type of credit

Jan.

Feb.

Apr.

Mar.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Amounts outstanding (end of period)
171,352

171,019

171,615

173,926

175,944

179,104

181,574

184,389

186,799

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers 2 . . . ,
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks. . .

82,959
35,876
25,552
17,318
5,240
2,730
1,677

82,806
35,827
25,804
16,967
5,319
2,623
1,673

83,171
35,854
26,367
16,617
5,398
2,529
1,679

84,507
36,189
26,855
16,619
5,474
2,581
1,701

85,701
36,440
27,411
16,500
5,552
2,620
1,720

87,166
36,955
28,314
16,602
5,630
2,693
1,744

88,625
37,432
28,731
16,438
5,732
2,849
1,767

90,033
37,795
29,420
16,612
5,836
2,903
1,790

91 , 146
37,952
30,182
16,851
5,938
2,920
1,810

By major credit type
9 Automobile
10 Commercial banks
11
Indirect paper
.
12
Direct loans
13 Credit unions
14 Finance companies. ...

57,318
33,386
19,369
14,017
12,667
11,265

57,752
33,627
19,442
14,185
12,777
11,348

58,731
34,196
19,687
14,509
13,039
11,496

60,012
35,053
20,117
14,936
13,240
11,719

61,248
35,825
20,470
15,355
13,521
11,902

62,824
36,702
20,866
15,836
13,949
12,173

64,033
37,457
21,177
16,280
14,137
12,439

65,206
38,139
21,508
16,631
14,457
12,610

66,037
38,540
21,660
16,880
14,813
12 , 684

15 Revolving
16 Commercial banks
17 Retailers
18 Gasoline companies

15,112
12,382
1
2,730

14,804
12,181
1
2,623

14,455
11,926
1
2,529

14,613
12,032
1
2,581

14,687
12,067
1
2,620

14,888
12,195
1
2,693

15,328
12,479
1
2,849

15,670
12,767
1
2,903

16,032
13,112
1
2,920

19 Mobile home
20 Commercial banks
21 Finance companies. ...
22 Savings and loans
23 Credit unions

14,388
8,650
3,405
2,062
271

14,360
8,633
3,379
2,074
274

14,364
8,641
3,357
2,086
280

14,380
8,651
3,346
2,098
285

14,409
8,679
3,330
2,109
291

14,478
8,720
3,336
2,121
301

14,523
8,751
3,326
2,141
305

14,576
8,787
3,315
2,161
313

14,597
8,787
3,308
2,181
321

24 Other. .
25 Commercial banks . . . .
26 Finance companies
27 Credit unions
28 Retailers
29 Savings and loans
30 Mutual savings banks .

84,534
28 , 541
21,206
12,614
17,318
3,178
1,677

84,103
28,365
21,100
12,753
16,967
3,245
1,673

84,065
28,408
21,001
13,048
16,617
3,312
1,679

84,921
28,771
21 , 124
13,330
16,619
3,376
1,701

85,600
29,130
21,208
13,599
16,500
3,443
1,720

86,914
29,549
21,446
14,064
16,602
3,509
1,744

87,690
29,938
21,667
14,289
16,438
3,591
1,767

88,937
30,340
21,870
14,650
16,612
3,675
1,790

90,133
30,707
21,960
15,048
16,851
3,757
1,810

1,574

1,659

1,977

1 Total.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Net change (during period) 3

32
33
34
35
36
37
38

By major holder
Commercial banks.
Finance companies
Credit unions. . .
Retailers 2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies. . .
Mutual savings banks

. .

..

45 Revolving
4 6 Commercial banks. .
47 Retailers....
48 Gasoline companies

. . . .

49 Mobile home
50 Commercial banks
51 Finance companies
52 Savings and loans
53 Credit unions

..

54 Other
55 Commercial banks
56 Finance companies
57 Credit unions. ...
58 Retailers
Mutual savings banks,




. .

.

1,696

1,488

1,896

1,677

706
219
464
-136
87
0
-1

By major credit type
39 Automobile
40 Commercial banks
41
Indirect paper
42
Direct loans. . .
43 Credit unions
44 Finance companies. ...

60

1,591

1,339

31 Total

766
203
472
117
96
42
0

780
246
453
-16
79
-54
0

887
289
531
95
74
6
14

1,057
146
425
-67
101
-5
20

694
263
414
113
84
3
20

861
225
401
-21
80
9
19

855
213
391
90
95
4
11

940
231
541
139
88
18
20

906
462
249
213
216
228

916
547
210
337
217
152

929
510
239
271
212
207

919
535
241
294
211
173

956
611
276
335
226
119

770
459
172
287
175
136

771
450
134
316
186
135

774
497
217
280
170
107

825
483
192
291
253
89

78
78
0
0

199
157
0
42

83
137
0
-54

147
141
0
6

194
199
0
-5

82
79
0
3

212
203
0
9

146
142
0
4

215
197
0
18

39
39
-22
16
6

5
6
-23
16
6

38
26
-7
14
5

-4
-11
-12
14
5

25
21
-17
16
5

21
5
0
11
5

6
0
-12
14
4

14
-16
24
4

-18
-17
-21
15
5

316
127
13
242
-136
71
-1

576
56
74
249
117
80
0

438
107
46
236
-16
65
0

834
222
128
315
95
60
14

502
226
44
194
-67
85
20

718
151
127
234
113
73
20

585
208
102
211
-21
66
19

725
214
122
217
90
71
11

955
277
163
283
139
73
20

161

42* Installment credit1—Total outstanding, and net change—Continued
Millions of dollars

1976

1977

Holder, and type of credit

Oct.

Nov.

Jan.

Dec.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Amounts outstanding (end of period)
188,026

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

By major credit type
9 Automobile
10 Commercial banks . . . .
11
Indirect paper
12
Direct loans
.
13 Credit unions
14 Finance companies

•

1 5 Revolving
16 Commercial banks.
17 Retailers ,
18 Gasoline companies
19 Mobile home.
20 Commercial banks
21 Finance companies
22 Savings and loans
23 Credit unions

•
.
..
,.

24 Other. . . ..
25 Commercial banks
26 Finance companies
27 Credit unions
28 Retailers
...
29 Savings and loans
30 Mutual savings banks . .

...

,

. ...

194,751

194,984

197,585

200,994

204,528

208,909

92,313
38,418
30,679
17,550
6,143
2,780
1,830

93,728
38,919
31 , 169
19,260
6,246
2,830
1,840

93,744
39,067
31,018
19,965
6,285
2,810
1,862

93,976
39,170
31,302
19,584
6,352
2,711
1,889

95,288
39,524
32,050
19,587
6,444
2,754
1,938

97,231
39,930
32,508
19,929
6,584
2,334
1,978

98,889
40,542
33,301
20,370
6,577
2,843
2,006

101,364
41,181
34,352
20,372
6,703
2,931
2,006

66,692
39,016
21,869
17,147
14,873
12,803

.

193,992

67,076
39,241
21,913
17,328
15,017
12,818

67,707
39,621
22,072
17,549
15,238
12,848

67,625
39,752
22,098
17,654
15,145
12,728

68,255
40,161
22,296
17,865
15,263
12,831

69,788
41,171
22,826
18,345
15,608
13,009

71,350
42,326
23,438
18,888
15,811
13,213

73,024
43,322
23,932
19,390
16,175
13 , 527

75,145
44,704
24,677
20,027
16,664
13,777

16,098
13,281
1
2,817

16,238
13,458
1
2,780

17,189
14,359
1
2,830

32,211
14,328
15,073
2,810

31,587
14,188
14,688
2,711

31,441
14,095
14 t 592
2,754

31,933
14,352
14,747
2,834

32,445
14,528
15,074
2,843

32,939
14,933
15,075
2,931

14,577
8,755
3,298
2,201
323

JSy major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers 2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
!Mutual savings banks

189,713

91,904
38,136
30,333
16,972
6,041
2,817
1,823

1 Total

14,573
8,739
3,286
2,221
327

14,573
8,737
3,263
2,241
332

14,498
8,688
3,233
2,247
330

14,458
8,674
3,191
2,260
333

14,503
8,698
3,177
2,287
341

14,575
8,744
3,156
2,329
346

14,591
8,784
3,134
2,318
355

14,675
8,836
3,118
2,355
366

90,659
30,852
22,035
15,137
16,972
3,840
1,823

91,826
30,875
22,314
15,335
17,550
3,922
1,830

94,523
31,011
22,808
15,599
19,260
4,005
1,840

80,417
30,976
23 , 106
15,543
4,892
4,038
1,862

80,684
30,953
23,148
15,706
4,896
4,092
1,889

81,853
31,324
23,338
16,101
4,995
4,157
1,938

83,136
31,809
23,561
16,351
5,182
4,255
1.97S

84,468
32,255
23,881
16,771
5,296
4,259
2,006

86,150
32,891
24,286
17,322
5,297
4,348
2,006

Net change (during period) a
1,989

31 Total
By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers 2
....
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies .
JMutual savings banks

1,813

2,366

2,107

2,361

3,368

3,089

2,900

2,564

998
252
414
212
98
2
13

850
223
452
149
97
39
3

1,178
352
496
131
102 !
95 :
12

1,049
650
526
-213
60
-28
63

1,252
379
525
71
83
14
37

1,664
534
559
399
88
73
51

1,521
376
576
433
123
26
34

1,449
476
554
421
28
-44
16

1,471
313
480
145
130
24
1

...

857
560
231
329
189
108

662
442
177
265
183
37

1,131 ,
777 i
424
353
230
124

1,002
654
315
339
247
101

1,151
736
355
381
229
186

1,376
903
473
430
252
221

1,228
821 i
427 i
394
251
156

1,247
763
373
390
255
229

1,123
840
451
389
200
83

45 Revolving
46 Commercial banks. . . .
47 Retailers

223
221
0
2

231
192
0
39

204
109
0
95

-17
106
-95
-28

295
259
22
14

654
304
277
73

621
339
256
26

623
367
300
-44

509
333
152
24

49 Mobile home
50 Commercial banks
51 Finance companies
52 Savings and loans
53 Credit unions

-29
-29
-20
15
5

-4
-15
-15
21
5

41
36
-18
18
5

4
8
-19
10
5

-4
11
-39
18
6

69
43
-6
26
6

52
27
-17
35

7
24
-22
_1
6

35
15
-21
37
4

938
246
164
220
212
83
13

924
231
201
264
149
76
3

990
256
246
261
131
84
12

1,118
281
568
274
-118
50
63

919
246
232
290
49
65
37

1,269
414
319
301
122
62
51

1,188
334
237
318
177
§8
34

1,023
295
269
293
121
29
16

897
283
251
276
-7
93
1

32
33
34
35
36
37
38

By major credit type
39 Automobile . .
40 Commercial banks
41
Indirect paper
42
Direct loans
43 Credit unions

...

...

54 Other
55 Commercial banks
56 Finance companies . . . .
57 Credit unions
58 Retailers
59 Savings and loans
60 Nlutual savings banks

162



.

,

.

. .

. .

42. Installment creditl—Total outstanding, and net change—Continued
Millions of dollars

1977

Holder, and type of credit
July

Aug.

1978
Oct.

Sept.

Nov.

Jan.

Dec.

Feb.

Mar.

Amounts outstanding (end of period)
211,956

216,469

219,619

221,877

225,207

230,829

230,126

230,547

233,842

103,223
41,774
34,717
20,346
6,848
3,017
2,031
. . . .

105,732
42,425
35,675
20,461
7,036
3,050
2,090

107,441
42,845
36,373
20,574
7,096
3,120
2,170

108,774
43,268
36,577
20,870
7,201
3,036
2,151

110,135
43.961
37,063
21,533
7,314
2,966
2,235

112,373
44,868
37,605
23,490
7,354
2,963
2,176

112,778
44,877
37,402
22 , 526
7,362
3,049
2,132

113,205
45,099
37,758
21,869
7,418
2,979
2,219

115,050
45,608
38,724
21,639
7,564
2,977
2,280

76,646
45,734
25,227
20,507
16,819
14,093

78,510
46,921
25,843
21,078
17,260
14,329

79,847
47,716
26,355
21,361
17,575
14,556

80,747
48,411
26,735
21,676
17,650
14,686

81,921
49,084
27,120
21,964
17,862
14,975

82,911
49,577
27,379
22,198
18,099
15,235

83,075
49,805
27,547
22,258
17,977
15,293

83,826
50,212
27,829
22,383
18,125
15,489

85,757
51,359
28,556
22,803
18,563
15,835

33,276
15,203
15,056
3,017

33,954
15,809
15,095
3,050

34,575
16,347
15,108
3,120

35,040
16,629
15,375
3,036

36,014
17,004
16,044
2,966

39,274
18,374
17,937
2,963

38,795
18,644
17,102
3,049

38,143
18,601
16,563
2,979

38,034
18,705
16,352
2,977

14,781
8,911
3,103
2,397
370

14,911
8,982
3,090
2,458
381

15,004
9,054
3,092
2,470
388

15,072
9,076
3,105
2,500
391

15,125
9,104
3,093
2,532
396

15,141
9,124
3,077
2,538
402

15,092
9,080
3,080
2,532
400

15,070
9,061
3,062
2,544
403

15,149
9,098
3,049
2,588
414

87,253
33,375
24,578
17,528
5,290
4,451
2,031

89,094
34,020
25,006
18,034
5,366
4,578
2,090

90,193
34,324
25,197
18,410
5,466
4,626
2,170

91,018
34,658
25,477
18,536
5,495
4,701
2,151

92,147
34,943
25,893
18,805
5,489
4.782
2,235

93,503
35,298
26,556
19,104
5,553
4,816
2,176

93,164
35,249
26,504
19,025
5,424
4,830
2,132

93 , 508
35,331
26,548
19,230
5,306
4,874
2,219

94,902
35,888
26,724
19,747
5,287
4,976
2,280

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions. . .
...
Retailers 2
Savings and loans
..
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks

..

.

By major credit type
9 Automobile
.
..
10 Commercial banks
11
Indirect paper
12
Direct loans . . . .
13 Credit unions
14 Finance companies, , .

. .

..

...

1 5 Revolving
.
16 Commercial banks
17 Retailers
18 Gasoline companies

.

.

.

.

.

.

. . .

19 Mobile home. , .
...
20 Commercial banks
21 Finance companies. . .
22 Savings and loans
23 Credit unions,
.
24 Other
.
25 Commercial banks. . .
26 Finance companies .
27 Credit unions
2 8 Retailers
29 Savings and loans
30 Mutual savings banks

. .
.

. . .

. •

. . .

Net change (during period) '
2,407

32
33
34
35
36
37
38

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers 2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks

.

...
.
.

By major credit type
39 Automobile
40 Commercial banks
41
Indirect paper
42
Direct loans . . . . .
43 Credit unions
.
44 Finance companies

.

45 Revolving . . . .
4 6 Commercial banks
47 Retailers . . .
48 Gasoline companies

.

49 Mobile home
50 Commercial banks .
51 Finance companies
52 Savings and loans
53 Credit unions

.

54 Other
55 Commercial banks
56 Finance companies
57 Credit unions
. .
58 Retailers
59 Savings and loans
60 Mutual savings banks




. . .

.

...
.

....

.

2,935

2,845

3,207

3,596

3,580

2,437

2,863

4,076

1,396
421
426
91
125
-71
19

31 Total

1,584
449
536
168
148
4
46

1,514
481
485
216
54
37
58

1,718
547
537
258
98
58
-9

1,875
631
569
316
96
9
100

1,961
690
603
320
37
24
-56

1,527
522
514
-199
39
74
-40

1,643
552
629
-195
76
52
106

2,213
679
765
210
141
25
43

1,158
762
380
382
204
192

1,238
826
434
392
238
174

1,331s
897
548
349
208
226

1,229
830
443
387
236
163

1,540
969
573
396
247
324

1,637
1,005
596
409
269
363

1,326
800
486
314
224
302

1,333
761
467
294
272
300

1,634
962
615
347
340
332

280
259
92
-71

480
355
121
4

468
312
119
37

667
407
202
58

759
383
351
24

415
411
-70
74

449
498
-101
52

832
605
202
25

63
46
-19
31
5

84
36
-15
57
6

58
49
—7
11
5

76
40

59
57
-8
3
7

49
12
30

16

27
6

692
379
304
9
49
33
-16
26
6

5

-9
18
6

95
46
-4
44
9

906
329
248
217
-1
94
19

1,133
367
290
292
47
91
46

988
256
262
272
97
43
58

1,235
441
381
295
56
71
-9

1,315
494
323
316
12
70
100

1,125
516
335
327
-31
34
-56

647
304
190
285
-129
37
-40

1,065
383
261
351
-94
58
106

1,515
600
351
416
8
97
43

163

42, Installment creditl—Total outstanding, and net change—Continued
Millions of dollars

1978

Holder, and type of credit

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Amounts outstanding (end of period)
237,855

243,371

249,865

253,897

259,614

263,387

265,821

269,445

275,640

117,654
46,463
39,236
21,570
7,694
3,011
2,227

120,440
47,580
40,481
21,744
7,727
3,069
2,330

124,080
48,637
41,936
21,813
7,764
3,185
2,450

126,619
49 , 502
42,355
21,828
7,793
3,309
2,491

129,622
50,558
43,499
22,093
7,947
3,354
2,541

131,403
51,280
44,325
22,302
8,055
3,416
2,606

132,702
51,984
44,635
22,464
8,177
3,276
2 t 583

133,908
53,099
45 , 305
23,006
8,291
3,173
2,663

136,189
54,309
45,939
24,876
8,394
3,240
2,693

87,747
52,619
29,317
23,302
18,808
16,320

90,359
54,078
30,169
23,909
19,357
16,924

93,261
55,754
31,128
24,626
20,054
17,453

95,289
57,071
31,907
25,164
20,254
17,964

97,687
58,453
32,667
25,786
20,801
18,433

99,062
59,085
33,067
26,018
21,196
18,781

100,159
59,778
33,415
26,363
21,344
19,037

101,565
60,347
33,709
26,638
21,664
19,554

102,468
60,564
33,850
26,714
21,967
19,937

15 Revolving
.
16 Commercial banks
17 Retailers
18 Gasoline companies, , .

38,426
19,055
16,360
3,011

38,967
19,378
16,520
3,069

40,001
20,135
16,681
3,185

40,553
20,566
16,678
3,309

41,629
21,314
16,961
3,354

42,420
21,935
17,069
3,416

42,579
22,165
17,138
3,276

43,523
22,724
17,626
3,173

47,051
24,434
19,377
3,240

19 Mobile home
20 Commercial banks
21 Finance companies ,
22 Savings and logins, . ,
2 3 Credit unions

15,287
9,185
3,057
2,626
419

15,396
9,275
3,060
2,629
432

15,532
9,386
3,065
2,634
447

15,663
9,483 i
3,085
2,644
451

15,799
9,539
3,101
2,696
463

15,910
9,591
3,114
2,733
472

15,925
9,548
3,127
2,775
475

16,017
9,572
3,150
2,813
482

16,042
9,553
3,152
2,848
489

96,395
36,795
27,086
20,009
5,210
5,068
2,227

98,649
37,709
27,596
20,692
5,224
5,098
2,330

101,071
38,805
28,119
21,435
5,132
5,130
2,450

104,499
40,316
29,024
22,235
5,132
5,251
2,541

105,995
40,792
29,385
22,657
5,233
5,322
2,606

107,158
41,211
29,820
22,816
5,326
5,402
2,583

108 , 340
41,265
30,395
23,159
5,380
5,478
2,663

110,079
41,638
31,220
23,483
5,499
5,546
2,693

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers 2
Savings and loans
Oasolinc companies

..

.

By major credit type
9 Automobile
10 Commercial banks
11
Indirect paper
12
Direct loans
13 Credit unions
14 Finance companies

24 Other
25 Commercial banks
.
26 Finance companies
27 Credit unions
28 Retailers
29 Savings and loans
30 Mutual savings banks.

....
...

, ,,,

. . .

..

. . .
. .

...

. . .

102,392
39,499
28,453
21 ,650
5,150
5,149
2,491

Net change (during period) *

By major holder
32 Commercial banks
33 Finance companies
34 Credit unions
35 Retailers *. ,
36 Savings and loans . .
37 Otisolinc companies
38 Mutual savings banks,
39
40
41
42
43
44

By major credit type
Automobile
Commercial banks.
Indirect paper
Direct loans .
Credit unions
Finance companies

45 Revolving. . . . .
46 Commercial banks
47 Retailers
48 Gasoline companies
49 Mobile home
50 Commercial banks
51 Finance companies
52 Savings and loans
53 Credit unions
54 Other. . . .
55 Commercial banks
56 Finance companies
57 Credit unions
58 Retailers
59 Savings and loans
60 Mutual savings banks

164



. . .
. . .
, .
. .

. .

. .

. ...
,

...

.

.

.•
..

....

..

....

4,280

4,207

3,466

3,632

3,680

3,382

3,834

4,398

2,260
861
849
135
67
22
86

2,387
624
797
234
57
20
88

2,100
671
513
144
10
-19
47

1,785
736
613
342
107

lo

1,714
847
639
328
94
9
49

1,625
863
644
115
127
16
-8

1,660
1,018
779
186
88
-1
104

2,080
1,096
773
196
115
96
42

1,812
1,024
603
421
322
466

....

4,106
2,447
879
670
58
115
-17
-46

31 Total

1,877
1,036
646
390
377
464

1,642
1,029
587
442
349
264

1,711
1,041
626
415
275
395

1,604
957
515
442
287
360

1,532
848
517
331
313
371

1,375
759
354
405
301
315

1,755
839
440
399
364
552

1,780
845
530
315
391
544

683
587
113
-17

644
489
133
22

955
601
334
20

600
498
121
-19

737
358
380
-1

622
380
233
9

346
337
-7
16

665
556
110
-1

869
610
163
96

112
75
2
29
6

101
77
2
14
8

70
50
1
12
7

83
65
11
2
5

79
20
7
46
6

72
31
6
27
8

25
-25
-2
6

75
19
15
34
7

71
21
11
30
9

1,499
761
411
342
-55
86
-46

1,658
658
395
464
2
53
86

1,540
707
359
441
-100
45
88

1,072
496
265
233
23
8
47

1,212
450
369
320
-38
61
50

1,454
455
470
318
95
67
49

1,636
554
550
337
122
81
-8

1,339
246
451
408
76
54
104

1,678
604
541
373
33
85
42

46

:

43. Installment credit—Extensions and liquidations
Millions of dollars

1974

Holder, and type of credit

1975

1976

1977

1974

1978
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

14,231

14,369

14,255

14,654

14,946

Extensions *
1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

By major credit type
9 Automobile
10 Commercial banks
11
Indirect paper
12
Direct loans
13 Credit unions
14 Finance companies

76,033
34,061
19,597
27,249
2,607
11,920
1.298

80,797
31,183
24,094
27,302
3,116
12,497
1,452

97,397 117,896 142,720
36,129 41,989 50,494
29,259 34,028 40,023
29,447 39,133 41,619
3,898
5,050
4,485
13,387 14,617 16,125
1,529
1,909
2,309

6,276
3,020
1,485
2,178
206
949
117

6,295
3,016
1,484
2,309
221
938
106

6,363
2,996
1,565
2,156
220
849
106

6,533
3,127
1,577
2,212
229
874
102

6,480
3,142
1,627
2,301
228
1,063
105

46,514
27,894
16,413
. . . . 11,481
10,016
. . 8,604

52,420
30,095
16,578
13,517
12,683
9,642

63,743
37,886
20,576
17,310
14,688
11,169

75,641
46,363
25,149
21,214
16,616
12,662

88,987
53,028
29,336
23,692
19,486
16,473

3,747
2,373
1,374
999
755
619

3,711
2,335
1,371
964
736
640

3,810
2,369
1,409
960
779
662

3,935
2,452
1,467
985
801
682

3,946
2,408
1,433
975
824
714

33,213
21,293
12
11,920

36,956
24,459
12
12,497

43,934
30,547
12
13,387

86,756 104,587
38,256 51,531
33,883 36,931
14,617 16,125

2,573
1,624
1
949

2,560
1,622
1
938

2,492
1,643
1
849

2,551
1,677
1
874

2,787
1,724
1
1,063

5,788
3,490
1,376
827
95

4,328
2,625
767
815
121

4,859
3,064
702
929
164

5,425
3,466
643
1,120
196

6,067
3,704
886
1,239
238

540
334
126
74
6

575
355
137
76
7

541
333
127
74
7

552
340
126
78
8

536
306
144
78
8

87,250
23,356
24,081
• • 9,486
27,249
. • 1,780
1,298

86,737
23,618
20,774
11,290
27,302
2,301
1,452

98,510
25,900
24,258
14,407
29,447
2,969
1,529

86,235
29,811
28.684
17,216
5,250
3,365
1,909

98,699
34,457
33,135
20,299
4,688
3,811
2,309

7,371
1,945
2,275
724
2,178
132
117

7,523
1,983
2,239
741
2,309
145
106

7,412
2,018
2,207
779
2,156
146
106

7,616
2,064
2,319
768
2,212
151
102

7,677
2,042
2,284
795
2,301
150
105

13,387

13,343

13,538

13,516

13,707

.

.

...

15 Revolving
16 Commercial banks
17
Retailers
18 Gasoline companies

.

19 Mobile home
21
22
23

172,765 180,441 211,046 254,057 298,340

...

By major holder
Commercial banks .
finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers 2
Savings and loans
Oasoline companies
Mutual savings banks

....

Finance companies
Savings and loans
Credit unions

. ..

24 Other..
25 Commercial banks
26 Finance companies
27
Credit unions
28 Retailers
29
Savings and loans
30 Mutual savings banks

Liquidations l
163,276 172,676 189,384 218,794 253,508

31 Total. .
By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers 2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks

71,904
33,330
17,334
25,727
1,909
..
11,934
1,138

77,916
31,265
20,328
27,215
2,287
12,393
1,272

86,605
33,183
23,756
28,388
2,813
13,263
1,376

99,251 118,907
36,041 41,053
27,592 31,689
36,479 40,233
3,374
4,009
14,485 15,849
1,572
1,779

5,730
2,909
1,379
2,078
152
1,047
92

5,788
2,832
1,390
2,107
152
980
94

5,883
2,976
1,423
2,089
155
918
94

5,954
2,940
1,422
2,103
160
843
94

6,042
2,946
1,450
2,097
161
915
96

By major credit type
39 Automobile
40 Commercial banks
41
Indirect paper
42
Direct loans
43 Credit unions
44 Finance companies

46,019
28,407
16,735
11,672
. . . 8,892
8,720

49,444
29,582
16,970
12,612
10,811
9,051

53,278
31,552
17,834
13,718
12,191
9,535

60,437
36,407
19,842
16,565
13,755
10,275

69,430
42,041
22,865
19,176
15,618
11,771

3,755
2,334
1,358
976
703
718

3,720
2,328
1,385
943
692
700

3,789
2,316
1,350
966
703
770

3,818
2,413
1,425
988
726
679

3,901
2,427
1,431
996
737
737

31,243
19,309
12
11,934

35,616
23,223
12
12,393

41,764
28,501
12
13,263

80,508
34,241
31,782
14,485

96,811
45,471
35,491
15,849

2,474
1,427
1
1,047

2,462
1,482
1
980

2,435
1,517
1
918

2,373
1,530
1
843

2,482
1,567
1
915

4,720
2,862
1,210
578
70

4,536
2,955
843
654
84

4,719
2,994
884
737
104

4,860
3,079
832
823
126

5,170
3,278
812
929
151

362
225
88
44
5

377
231
95
46
5

460
232
175
47
6

387
247
85
49
6

403
240
107
50
6

81,294
21,326
. . • • 23,400
8,372
25,727
1,331
. . 1,138

83,080
22,156
21,371
9,433
27,215
1,633
1,272

89,623
23,558
22,764
11,461
28,388
2,076
1,376

72,989
25,524
24,934
13,711
4,697
2,551
1,572

82,108
28,117
28,470
15,920
4,742
3,080
1,779

6,796
1,744
2,103
671
2,078
108
92

6,784
1,747
2,037
693
2,107
106
94

6,854
1,818
2,031
714
2,089
108
94

6,938
1,764
2,176
690
2,103
111
94

6,921
1,808
2,102
707
2,097
111
96

32
33
34
35
36
37
38

.-

45 Revolving
46 Commercial banks
47 Retailers
48 Gasoline companies
49 Mobile home
.
50 Commercial banks
51 Finance companies
52 Savings and loans
-53 Credit unions

.:

54 Other. .
55 Commercial banks
56
Finance companies
57 Credit unions
58 Retailers
59 Savings and loans
60 Mutual savings banks




..
.

.

165

43. Installment credit—Extensions and liquidations—Continued
Millions of dollars

1974

1975

Holder, and type of credit
June

July

Aug.

SSept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan,

Feb.

Mar.

13,757

13,717

14,149

13,827

Extensions l
14,789

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers "
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks

By major credit type
9 Automobile . . .
10 Commercial banks
11
Indirect paper
12
Direct loans
13 Credit unions
14 Finance companies
15 Revolving
.........
16 Commercial banks
17 Retailers
18 Gasoline companies

,

.
.......
. .

19 Mobile home
20 Commercial banks, . .
21 Finance companies
22 Savings and loans
23 Credit unions

... . ,

24 Other. , . .
25 Commercial banks
26 Finance companies . .
27 Credit unions
28 Retailers
29 Savings and loans
30 Mutual savings banks

...

14,765

14,605

13,881

13,358

6,549
2,951
1,661
2,256
227
1,032
113

6,534
2,946
1,715
2,269
206
1,074
104

6,499
2,822
1,710
2,354
202
1,072
106

6,445
2,721
1,793
2,298
221
1,022
105

6,104
2,559
1,627
2,289
209
978
115

5,912
2,255
1,597
2,256
214
1,017
107

5,828
2,557 ,
1,700
2,318 :
225
1,018
111

6,081
2,349
1,709
2,206
219
1,039
114

6,424
2,506
1,830
2,035
232
1,004
118

6,069
2,355
1,777
2,294
232
979
,2,

4,034
2,451
1,421
1,030
853
730

4,041
2,410
1,426
984
879
752

4,140
2,474
1,466
1,008
878
788

4,112
2,381
1,340
1,041
921
810

3,712
2,111
1,244
867
846
755

3,508
2,011
1,199
812
824
673

3,669
2,033
1,203
830
891
745

3,756
2,125 i
1,232
893
H91 i
740

4 ^22
2^472
1,424
1,048
950
900

3,866
2,201
1,218
983
938
727

2,901
1,827

2,920
1,898
1
1,022

2,886
1,908
1
978

2,892
1,875
1
1,017

2,853
1,835

2,959
1,*)20

2,898
1,894

1,074

2,915
1,843
1
1,072

1,018

1,039

1,004

2,864
1,885
1
979

514
307
124
74
9

476
289
119
60
8

449
267
111
62
9

439
260
105
65
9

415
251
94
62
8

398
246
84
61
7

363
213
78
64
8

372
229
73
62

339
211
54
65
9

335
202
62
63
8

7,444
2,026
2,097
799
2,256
153
113

...

14,848

2,797
1,765
1
1,032

1 Total

7,430
2,008
2,075
828
2,269
146
104

7,261
1,915
1,923
823
2,354
140
106

7,134
1,906
1,806
863
2,298
156
105

6,868
1,834
1,710
773
2,289
147
115

6,560
1,780
1,498
766
2,256
153
107

6,872
1,747
1,734
801
2,318
161
111

6,630
1,807
1,536
810
2,206
157
114

6,590
1,847
1,552
871
2,035
167
118

6,762
1,781
1,566
831
2,294
169
121

8 :

Liquidations l
13,560

13,786

13,577

A3,820

13,668

13,509

13,919

13S78S

13,786

14,132

5,958
2,785
1,444
2,143
162
974
94

6,032
2,886
1,457
2,135
160
1,021
95

5,991
2,690
1,421
2,168
156
1,058
93

6,166
2,685
1,489
2,170
167
1,045
98

6,056
2,677
1,467
2,181
160
1,033
94

6,106
2,454
1,469
2,217
163
1,004
96

6,237
2,551
1,529
2,255
163
1,088
96

6,223
2,533
1,519
2,243
171
997
99

6,230
2,495
1,563
2,207
174
1,019
98

6,390
2,585
1,619
2,254
179
1,002
103

3,823
2,364
1,367
997
746
713

3,844
2,355
1,393
962
745
744

3,835
2,378
1,423
955
744
713

3,921
2,406
1,412
994
768
747

3,841
2,364
1,394
970
766
711

3,808
2,329
1,390
939
762
717

3,987
2,421
1,424
997
802
764

3,938
2,398
1,415
983
791
749

3,955
2,379
1,399
980
817
759

4,140
2,506
1,467
1,039
850
784

45 Revolving
46 Commercial banks
47 Retailers
48 Gasoline companies

2,527
1,553
1
974

2,643
1,622
1
1,021

2,698
1,640
1
1,058

2,759
1,714
1
1,045

2,751
1,718

2,884
1,796
1
1,088

2,787
1,790

1,033

2,765
1,761
1
1,004

997

2,823
1,804
1
1,019

2,842
1,840
1
1,002

49 Mobile home
50 Commercial banks.
51 Finance companies.
52 Savings and loans
51 Credit unions . .

407
251
100
50
6

396
230
113
47
6

374
237
83
48
6

378
244
79
49
6

414
246
111
51
6

364
238
71
49
6

356
232
69
49
6

369
245
66
52
6

369
240
70
52
7

6,803
1,790
1,972
692
2,143
112
94

6,903
1,825
2,029
706
2,135
113
95

6,670
1,736
1,894
671
2,168
108
93

6,698
1,730
1,887
695
2,181
111
94

6,522
1,770
1,626
701
2,217
112
96

6,684
1,782
1,716
721
2,255
114
96

6,704
1,803
1,715
722
2,243
122
99

6,639
1,802
1,670
740
2,207
122
98

6,781
1,804
1,731
762
2,254
127
103

31 Total
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies.
Credit unions
Retailers a
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks

By major credit type
39 Automobile
40 Commercial banks
41
Indirect paper
42
Direct loans
43 Credit unions
44 Finance companies

54 Other
55 Commercial banks
56 Finance companies
57 Credit unions
58 Retailers
59 Savings and loans
60 Mutual savings banks

166



. .
. . . .

.

.
......
,

..

385
241 !
89
49
6

6,755
1,805
1,849
715
2,170
118
98

43. Installment credit—Extensions and liquidations—Continued
Millions of dollars

1975
Holder, and type of credit

Apr.

May

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Extensions >
14,057

14,069

14,680

15,430

15,519

15,780

15,931

16,376

16,648

6,226
2,421
1,792
2,237
230
1,030
121

6,294
2,360
1,754
2,290
246
1,008
117

6,536
2,641
1,889
2,228
251
1,023
112

6,712
2,682
2,324
2,271
260
1,056
125

6,913
2,658
2,098
2,437
270
1,028
115

7,193
2,733
2,153
2,236
281
1,065
119

7,251
2,719
2,195
2,245
287
1,109
125

7,492
2,828
2,249
2,273
294
1,097
143

7,607
2,863
2,292
2,386
303
1,068
129

By major credit type
9 Automobile
10 Commercial banks
11
Indirect paper
12
Direct loans
13 Credit unions
14 Finance companies

3,893
2,221
1,221
1,000
946
726

3,975
2,314
1,267
1,047
931
730

4,170
2,417
1,343
1,074
987
766

4,625
2,535
1,405
1,130
1,236
854

4,516
2,599
1,409
1,190
1,122
795

4,714
2,721
1,462
1,259
1,140
853

4,803
2,796
1,522
1,274
1,163
844

4,901
2,867
1,504
1,363
1,185
849

4,998
2,928
1,633
1,295
1,171
899

15 Revolving
16 Commercial banks
17 Retailers . . . . . .
18 Gasoline companies

2,992
1,962
1
1,030

2,925
1,917
1
1,008

2,995
1,972
1
1,023

3,069
2,013
1
1,056

3,101
2,073
1
1,028

3t196
2,131
1
1,065

3,209
2,100
1
1,109

3,312
2,215
1
1,097

3,329
2,261
1
1,068

340
213
59
60
8

352
217
61
66
8

350
212
63
66
9

352
213
59
67
13

345
203
61
70
11

372
226
65
71
10

383
233
63
76
11

416
255
81
68
12

387
230
68
76
13

6,832
1,830
1,636
838
2,237
170
121

6,817
1,846
1,569
815
2,290
180
117

7,165
1,935
1,812
893
2,228
185
112

7,384
1,951
1,769
1,075
2,271
193
125

7,557
2,038
1,802
965
2,437
200
115

7,498
2,115
1,815
1,003
2,236
210
119

7,536
2,122
1,812
1,021
2,245
211
125

7,747
2,155
1,898
1,052
2,273
226
143

7,934
2,188
1,896
1,108
2,386
227
129

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies .
Credit unions
Retailers2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies'
Mutual savings banks

,

.

...

19 Mobile home
20 Commercial banks
22
23

Savings and loans
Credit uftions

.

24 Other
25 Commercial banks
26 Finance companies
27 Credit unions
28 Retailers
.
29 Savings and loans
30 Mutual savings banks

,

Liquidations l
14,083

14,138

14,375

14,174

14,583

14,747

14,800

15,072

14,923

6,335
2,571
1,621
2,252
182
1,018
104

6,399
2,540
1,641
2,248
184
1,022
104

6,412
2,638
1,674
2,311
187
1,047
106

6,355
2,550
1,686
2,264
188
1,026
105

' 6,572
2,641
1,745
2,309
193
1,015
108

6,628
2,659
1,805
2,298
195
1,050
112

6,682
2,620
1,831
2,279
209
1,068
111

6,813
2,673
1,857
2,289
210
1,117
113

6,837
2,695
1,774
2,287
215
1,005
110

4,081
2,427
1,400
1,027
859
795

4,094
2 ,448
1,400
1,048
880
766

4,056
2,455
1,408
1,047
893
708

4,043
2,375
1,336
1,039
914
754

4,206
2,541
1,471
1,070
952
713

4,233
2,499
1,399
1,100
971
763

4,216
2,503
1,386
1,117
983
730

4,234
2,523
1,401
1,122
985
726

4,173
2,493
1,473
1,020
905
775

2,877
1,859
1
1,018

2,912
1,890
1
1,022

2,931
1,884
1
1,047

2,955
1,929
1,026

2,966
1,951
1
1,015

3,046
1,996
1
1,050

3,097
2,029
1
1,068

3,199
2,082
1
1,117

3,179
2,174
1
1,005

49 Mobile home
50 Commercial banks
51 Finance companies
52 Savings and loans
53 Credit unions

363
239
65
52
7

373
245
68
53
7

373
241
72
53
7

378
247
70
54
7

379
244
72
56
7

372
240
71
54
7

398
257
73
60
8

385
255
65
57
8

414
262
83
61
8

54 Other .
55 Commercial banks
56 Finance companies
57 Credit unions . .
58 Retailers
59 Savings and loans

6,762
1,810
1,711
755
2,252
130
104

6,759
1,816
1,706
754
2,248
131
104

7 015
1,832
1,858
774
2,311
134
106

6,798
1,804
1,726
765
2,264
134
105

7,032
1,836
1,856
786
2,309
137
108

7,096
1,893
1,825
827
2,298
141
112

7,089
1,893
1,817
840
2,279
149
111

7,254
1,953
1,882
864
2,289
153
113

7,157
1,908
1,837
861
2,287
154
110

31 Total
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions .
Retailers 2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks

By major credit type
39 Automobile
40 Commercial banks
41
Indirect paper
42
Direct loans
43 Credit unions
44 Finance companies

.

45 Revolving
46 Commercial banks
47 Retailers
48 Gasoline companies




.

. ..

167

43. Installment credit—Extensions and liquidations—Continued
Millions of dollars

1976
Holder, and type of credit

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

May

Apr.

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Extensions 1
16,619

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

19 Mobile home
20 Commercial banks
2]
Finance companies
22 Savings and loans
23 Credit unions
24 Other
25 Commercial banks
26 Finance companies
27 Credit unions
28
Retailers
29 Savings and loans
30 Mutual savings banks

,

17,352

17,276

17,593

17,903

7,779
2,997
2,343
2,415
320
1,107
113

7,847
2,910
2,369
2,337
301
1,099
113

7,649
2,905
2,352
2,360
297
1,091
120

7,982
2,849
2,294
2,301
313
1,074
130

7,967
2,980
2,426
2,441
313
1,090
• 135

8,055
2,948
2,350
2,366
320
1 , 103
,134

8,191
2,983
2,406
2,443
327
1,117
126

8,203
3,016
2,551
2,548
333
1,118
134

5,194
3,073
1,683
1,390
1,170
951

5,240
3,099
1,729
1,370
1,205
936

5,180
3,065
1,676
1,389
1,192
923

5,195
3,123
1,715
1,408
1,168
904

5,253
3,122
1,661
1,461
1,232
899

5,154
3,049
1,631
1,418
1 , 168
937

5,246
3,131
1,689
1,442
1,194
921

5,368
3,178
1,706
1,472
1,280
910

3,481
2,374
1
1,107

3,522
2,423
1
1,099

3,430
2,339
1,091

3,558
2,484
1
1,074

3,561
2,471
1
1,090

3,674
2,571
1
1,103

3,734 !
2,617
1
1,117

3,675
2,557
1
1,118

431
277
60
79
15

428
277
63
75
13

380
234
61
72
13

384
247
53
71
13

412
257
69
73
13

409
261
58
77
13

381
233
56
80
12

400
249
56
80
15

7,683
2,068
1,973
1,152
2,148
231
111

15 Revolving
16 Commercial banks
17 Retailers
*
18 Gasoline companies

16,943

443
284
64
80
15

.

16,774

3,395
2,283
1
1,112

By major credit type
9 Automobile
10 Commercial banks.
11
Indirect paper
12
Direct loans
13 Credit unions .
14 Finance companies

16,976

5,098
2,938
1,640
1,298
1,238
922

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers z
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks

17,074

7,573
2,959
2,405
2,148
311
1,112
111

1 Total

7,968
2,055
1,986
1,158
2,415
241
113

7,786
2,048
1,911
1,151
2,337
226
113

7,784
2,011
1,921
1,147
2,360
225
120

7,806
2,128
1,892
1,113
2,301
242
130

8,126
2,117
2,012
1,181
2,441
240
135

8,039
2,174
1,9S3
1,169
2,366
243
134

8,232
2,210
2,006
1,200
2,443
247
126

8,460
2,219
2,050
1,256
2,548
253
134

Liquidations *
15,280

35
36
37
38

Retailers *
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks

By major credit type
39 Automobile
40 Commercial banks
41
Indirect paper
42
Direct loans
43 Credit unions

.

45 Revolving
46 Commercial banks
47 Retailers
48 Gasoline companies

.

.

49 Mobile home
50 Commercial banks
52
53

.

.

....

Savings and loans
Credit unions

54 Other. .
55 Commercial banks
56 Finance companies
57 Credit unions
58 Retailers
.
59 Savings and loans
60 Mutual savings banks


168


....
.

14,878

15,266

15,761

15,702

15,934

15,926

7,013
2,794
1,871
2,298
224
1,065
113

7,067
2,664
1,916
2,353
222
1,153
113

6,762
2,616
1,821
2,265
223
1,085
106

6,925
2,703
1,869
2,368
212
1,079
110

7,273
2,717
2,012
2,328
229
1,087
115

7,194
2,723
1 ,949
2.3S7
240
1,094
115

7,336
2,770
2,015
2,353
232
1,113
115

7,263
2,785
2,010
2,409
245
1,100
114

4,278
2,526
1,473
1,053
953
799

4,311
2,589
1,490
1,099
993
729

4,261
2,530
1,435
1,095
981
750

4,239
2,512
1,439
1,073
942
785

4,483
2,663
1,489
1,174
1,057
763

4,383
2,599
1,497
1,102
982
802

4,472
2,634
1,472
1 , 162
1,024
814

4,543
2,695
1,514
1,181
1,027
821

3,317
2,205
1
1,112

.

15,488

4,192
2,476
1,391
1,085
1,022
694

By major holder
32 Commercial banks
33 Finance companies

15,378

6,867
2,740
1,941
2,284
224
1,112
112

31 Total

3,282
2,217
1
1,065

3,439
2,286
1
1,153

3,283
2,198
1
1,085

3,364
2,285
1
1,079

3,479
2,392
1
1,087

3,462
2,368
1
1,094

3,588
2,475
1
1,113

3,460
2,360
1
1,100

404
245
86
64
9

426
271
83
63
9

390
251
70
61
8

384
245
73
58
8

359
226
70
55
8

391
252
69
62
8

403
261
70
63
9

367
231
72
56
8

418
266
77
65
10

7,367
1,941
1,960
910
2,284
160
112

7,392
1,999
1,912
909
2,298
161
113

7,348
1,941
1,865
915
2,353
161
113

6,950
1,789
1,793
832
2,265
165
106

7,304
1,902
1,848
919
2,368
157
110

7,408
1,966
1,885
947
2,328
167
115

7,454
1,966
1,851
9SS
2,387
177
1115

7,507
1 ,996
1,884
983
2,353
176
115

7,505
1,942
1,887
973
2,409
180
114

43. Installment credit—Extensions and liquidations—Continued
Millions of dollars

1977

1976
Holder, and type of credit

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Extensionsl
18,116

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

By major credit type
9 Automobile
10 Commercial banks
11
Indirect paper
12
Direct loans.
13 Credit unions
14 Finance companies

. . . .
..

15 Revolving, . .
16 Commercial banks
17 Retailers . .
18 Gasoline companies

... .-

.

19 Mobile home
20 Commercial banks
21 Finance companies
22 Savings and loans
23 Credit unions
24 Other
25 Commercial banks
26 Finance companies
27 Credit unions .
28 Retailers
29 Savings and loans
30 Mutual savings banks

....

19,379

19,927

20,802

20,953

20,991

20,764

8,384
3,113
2,456
2,563
349
1,121
130

8,457
3,087
2,569
2,591
349
1,138
124

8,866
3,198
2,620
2,620
355
1,236
131

8,730
3,507
2,629
2,836
320
1,176
181

9,103
3,304
2,730
3,110
350
1,169
161

9,468
3,519
2,768
3,267
357
1,249
174

9,572
3,379
2,825
3,390
399
1,226
162

9,631
3,442
2,829
3,402
305
1,233
149

9,615
3,406
2,777
3,202
406
1,226
132

5,409
3,254
1,751
1,503
1,218
937

5 ,390
3,214
1,716
1,498
1,259
917

5,833
3,553
1,947
1,606
1,304
976

5,797
3,471
1,874
1,597
1,296
1,030

6,006
3,642
1,936
1,706
1,355
1,009

6,261
3,819
2,080
1,739
1,363
1,079

6,182
3,763
2,025
1,738
1,381
1,038

6,184
3,718
1,975
1,743
1,388
1,078

6,212
3,803
2,054
1,749
1,347
1,062

3,868
2,730
1
1,138

3,991
2,755
1
1,236

6,395
2,683
2,536
1,176

6,724
2,881
2,674
1,169

6,929
2,877
2,803
1,249

7,124
3,051
2,847
1,226

7,340
3,209
2,898
1,233

7,199
3,151
2,822
1,226

364
217
56
77
14

...

19,026

1,121

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
.
Credit unions
Retailers z
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks

18,315

3,796
2,675

1 Total

397
245
53
85
14

432
284
52
82
14

405
266
49
75
15

420
267
53
84
16

464
300
55
93
16

466
291
54
104
17

418
282
52
67
17

426
259
50
102
15

8,547
2,238
2,120
1,224
2,563
272
130

8,660
2,268
2,117
1,296
2,591
264
124

8,770
2,274
2,170
1,302
2,620
273
131

6,782
2,310
2,428
1,318
300
245
181

6,777
2,313
2,242
1,359
436
266
161

7,148
2,472
2,385
1,389
464
264
174

7,181
2,467
2,287
1,427
543
295
162

7,049
2,422
2,312
1,424
504
238
149

6,927
2,402
2,294
1,415
380
304
132

Liquidationsl
16,127

32
33
34
35
36
37
38

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers 2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks

45 Revolving
46 Commercial banks
47 Retailers
48 Gasoline companies

....

49 Mobile home
50 Commercial banks
52
53

Savings and loans
Credit unions

54 Other. .
57
58
59
60

Credit unions
Retailers
Savings and loans
Mutual savings banks




.

17,272

17,566

17,434

17,864

18,091

18,200

7,607
2,864
2,117
2,442
252
1,099
121

7,688
2,846
2,124
2,489
253
1,141
119

7,681
2,857
2,103
3,049
260
1,204
118

7,851
2,925
2,205
3,039
267
1,155
124

7,804
2,985
2,209
2,868
269
1,176
123

8,051
3,003
2,249
2,957
276
1,200
128

8,182
2,966
2,275
2,981
277
1,277
133

8,144
3,093
2,297
3,057
276
1,202
131

4,728
2,772
1,539
1,233
1,076
880

4,702
2,776
1,523
1,253
1,074
852

4,795
2,817
1,559
1,258
1,049
929

4,855
2,906
1,581
1,325
1,126
823

4,885
2,916
1,607
1,309
1,111
858

4,954
2,942
1,598
1,344
1,130
882

4,937
2,955
1,602
1,353
1,133
849

5,089
2,963
1,603
1,360
1,147
979

3,573
2,454
1
1,119

3,637
2,538
1
1,099

3,787
2,646
1
1,141

6,412
2,577
2,631
1,204

6,429
2,622
2,652
1,155

6,275
2,573
2,526
1,176

6,503
2,712
2,591
1,200

6,717
2,842
2,598
1,277

6,690
2,818
2,670
1,202

393
246
76
62
9

By major credit type
39 Automobile
40 Commercial banks
41
Indirect paper
42
Direct loans
43 Credit unions
44 Finance companies

16,660

4,552
2,694
1,520
1,174
1,029
829

.

16,502

7,386
2,861
2,042
2,351
251
l t I19
117

31 Total

401
260
68
64
9

391
248
70
64
9

401
258
68
65
10

424
256
92
66
10

395
257
61
67
10

414
264
71
69
10

411
258
74
68
11

391
244
71
65
11

7,609
1,992
1,956
1,004
2,351
189
117

7,736
2,037
1,916
1,032
2,442
188
121

7,780
2,018
1,924
1,041
2,489
189
119

5,664
2,029
1,860
1,044
418
195
118

5,858
2,067
2,010
1,069
387
201
124

5,879
2,058
2,066
1,088
342
202
123

5,993
2,133
2,050
1,109
366
207
128

6,026
2,127
2,043
1,131
383
209
133

6,030
2,119
2,043
1,139
387
211
131

169

43. Installment credit—Extensions and liquidations—Continued
Millions of dollars

1977

1978

Holder, and type of credit
July

Aug.

Sept.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec,

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Extensionsl
20,796

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions .
Retailers 3
Savings and loans .
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks

By major credit type
9 Automobile, . .
10 Commercial banks
12
13
14

Direct loans
Credit unions
Finance companies .

. .

15 Revolving
16 Commercial banks
17
Retailers
18 Gasoline companies

......

19 Mobile home.
20 Commercial banks
21 Finance companies
22 Savings and loans
23 Credit unions
24 Other ,
25 Commercial banks
26 Finance companies
27 Credit unions
28 Retailers
29 Savings and loans
30 Mutual savings banks

,

21,528

22,273

22,487

22,832

21,983

22,758

23,925

9,763
3,431
2,767
3,150
408
1,129
148

9,929
3,487
2,872
3,285
440
1,217
178

10,090
3,544
2,844
3,274
351
1,231
194

10,551
3,620
2,981
3,348
391
1,248
134

10,602
3,650
2,952
3,410
391
1,247
235

10,907
3,719
3,035
3,465
335
1,285
85

10,529
3,573
2,919
3,219
329
1,317
97

10,792
3,698
3,086
3,232
367
1,345
238

11,382
3,857
3,282
3,438
441
1,342
183

6,293
3,892
2,089
1,803
1,394
1,007

6,332
3,893
2,106
1,787
1,401
1,038

6,413
3,993
2,210
1,783
1,369
1,051

6,503
4,069
2,233
1,836
1,414
1,020

6,719
4,160
2,321
1,839
1,427
1,132

6,889
4,266
2,358
1,908
1,475
1,148

6,541
4,055
2,236
1,819
1,416
1,070

6,730
4,094
2,281
1,813
1,504
1,132

7,043
4,251
2,363
1,888
1,588
1,204

7,010
3,114
2,767
1,129

7,275
3,242
2,816
1,217

7,333
3,339
2,763
1,231

7,666
3,523
2,895
1,248

7,716
3,484
2,985
1,247

7,985
3,622
3,077
1,285

7,960
3,733
2,910
1,317

8,147
3,893
2,909
1,345

8,398
4,006
3,050
1,342

496
296
55
128
17

459
307
52
84
16

478
304
59
98
17

461
295
52
97
17

457
307
60
72
18

447
263
96
72
16

405
245
59
85
16

493
294
65
114
20

7,024
2,456
2,371
1,358
383
308
148

....

21,408

469
301
53
100
15

1 Total

7,305
2,498
2,394
1,454
469
312
178

7,323
2,451
2,441
1,459
511
267
194

7,626
2,655
2,541
1,550
453
293
134

7,591
2,663
2,466
1,508
425
294
235

7,501
2,712
2,511
1,542
388
263
85

7,035
2,478
2,407
1,487
309
257
97

7,476
2,560
2,507
1,566
323
282
238

7,991
2,831
2,588
1,674
388
327
183

Liquidations 1
18,389

18,473

18,683

19,066

18,891

19,252

19,546

19,895

19,849

8,367
3,010
2,341
3,059
283
1,200
129

8,345
3,038
2,336
3,117
292
1,213
132

8,576
3,063
2,359
3,058
297
1,194
136

8,833
3,073
2,444
3,090
293
1,190
143

8,727
3,019
2,383
3,094
295
1,238
135

8,946
3,029
2,432
3,145
298
1,261
141

9,002
3,051
2,405
3,418
290
1,243
137

9,149
3,146
2,457
3,427
291
1,293
132

9,169
3,178
2,517
3,228
300
1,317
140

".....
.. ,

5,135
3,130
1,709
1,421
1,190
815

5,094
3,067
1,672
1,395
1,163
864

5,082
3,096
1,662
1,434
1,161
825

5,274
3,239
1,790
1,449
1,178
857

5,179
3,191
1,748
1,443
1,180
808

5,252
3,261
1,762
1,499
1,206
785

5,215
3,255
1,750
1,505
1,192
768

5,397
3,333
1,814
1,519
1,232
832

5,409
3,289
1,748
1,541
1,248
872

...

6,730
2,855
2,675
1,200

6,795
2,887
2,695
1,213

6,865
3,027
2,644
1,194

6,999
3,116
2,693
1,190

7,024
3,105
2,681
1,238

7,226
3,239
2,726
1,261

7,545
3,322
2,980
1,243

7,698
3,395
3,010
1,293

7,566
3,401
2,848
1,317

406
255
72
69
10

412
260
70
71
11

401
258
59
73
11

402
264
56
71
11

412
262
68
71
11

398
250
68
69
11

398
251
66
70
11

389
244
?7
10

398
248
69
70
11

6,118
2,127
2,123
1,141
384
214
129

6,172
2,131
2,104
1,162
422
221
132

6,335
2,195
2,179
1,187
414
224
136

6,391
2,214
2,160
1,255
397
222
143

6,276
2,169
2,143
1,192
413
224
135

6,376
2,196
2,176
1,215
419
229
141

6,388
2,174
2,217
1,202
438
220
137

6,411
2,177
2,246
1,215
417
224
132

6,476
2,231
2,237
1,258
380
230
140

31 Total...
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions.
Retailers 2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks

,
. , ,

By maior credit type
39 Automobile, . ,
. .
40 Commercial banks
41
Indirect paper
42
Direct loans
43 Credit unions
44 Finance companies

.

45 Revolving .
46 Commercial banks
47 Retailers,. ,
48 Gasoline companies
49 Mobile home
50 Commercial banks
51 Finance companies
52 Savings and loans
53 Credit unions
54 Other
55 Commercial banks
56 Finance companies
57 Credit unions
58 Retailers. . .
59 Savings and loans
$0 Mutual savings banks

170



. *
.
'......

. .

43. Installment credit—Extensions and liquidations—Continued
Millions of dollars

1978
Holder, and type of credit

Apr.

May

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Extensions *
1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

By major credit type
9 Automobile
10 Commercial banks
11
Indirect paper
12
Direct loans
13 Credit unions
14 Finance companies
15 Revolving. .....
16 Commercial banks
17 Retailers .
18 Gasoline companies
19 Mobile home
20 Commercial banks
21 Finance companies
22 Savings and loans
23 Credit unions
24 Other
25 Commercial banks
26 Finance companies
27 Credit unions
28 Retailers . ,
29 Savings and loans
30 Mutual savings banks

24,682

.

..
.

..

..
... .

....
....

25,022

25,669

25,537

25,765

25,951

26,509

12,102
4,158
3,257
3,337
421
1,311
96

12,067
4,179
3,484
3,408
383
1,356
227

12,382
4,223
3,445
3,552
379
1,351
233

12,187
4,261
3,271
3,477
327
1,299
200

12,255
4,348
3,379
3,725
435
1,317
210

12,123
4,372
3,360
3,718
403
1,346
215

12,190
4,604
3,401
3,518
566
1,335
151

12,211
4,514
3,530
3,571
489
1,376
260

12,521
4,688
3,526
3,612
516
1,451
195

7,592
4,547
2,550
1,997
1,680
1,365

7,595
4,541
2,505
2,036
1,667
1,387

7,652
4,639
2,554
2,085
1,629
1,384

7,744
4,650
2,562
2,098
1,632
1,452

7,542
4,479
2,519
1,960
1,641
1,422

7,501
4.345
2,384
1,961
1,643
1,513

7,788
4,503
2,422
2,081
1,718
1,567

7,833
4,443
2,451
1,992
1,738
1,652

8,563
4,191
3,016
1,356

9,062
4,451
3,260
1,351

8,700
4,320
3,081
1,299

9,028
4,346
3,365
1,317

9,006
4,457
3 t 203
1,346

8,846
4,475
3,036
1,335

9,176
4,702
3,098
1,376

9,424
4,814
3,159
1,451

529
336
72
103
18

527
346
69
92
20

510
327
73
90
20

509
335
78
78
18

531
310
75
127
19

494
297
77
100
20

604
352
73
154
25

486
280
77
108
21

502
295
74
111
22

8,196
3,058
2,759
1,643
322
318
96

...

25,565

8,523
4,197
3,015
1,311

.

25,104

7,434
4,511
2,502
2,009
1,596
1,327

...

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers 2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Nlutual savings banks

8,422
2,983
2,745
1,784
392
291
227

8,398
3,063
2,763
1,758
292
289
233

8,161
2,893
2,799
1,624
396
249
200

8,366
2,939
2,821
1,728
360
308
210

8,495
2,890
2,873
1,699
515
303
215

8,501
2,726
2,870
1,791
473
381
260

8,750
2,969
2,962
1,766
453
405
195

8,814
3,018 '
3,018
1,733
482
412
151

Liquidations *
20,576

20,824

21,358

21,556

22,037

21,857

22,383

22,117

22,111

9,655
3,279
2,587
3,279
306
1,328
142

9,807
3,318
2,635
3,273
316
1,334
141

9,995
3,599
2,648
3,318
322
1,331
145

10,087
3,590
2,758
3,333
317
1,318
153

10,470
3,612
2,766
3,383
328
1,318
160

10,409
3,525
2,721
3,390
309
1,337
166

10,565
3,741
2,757
3,403
439
1,319
159

10,551
3,496
2,751
3,385
401
1,377
156

10,441
3,592
2,753
3,416
401
1,355
153

. .

5,622
3,487
1,899
1,588
1,274
861

5,715
3,511
1,904
1,607
1,303
901

5,953
3,512
1,918
1,594
1,318
1,123

5,941
3,598
1,928
1,670
1,354
989

6,140
3,703
2,047
1,656
1,345
1,092

6,010
3,631
2,002
1,629
1,328
1,051

6,126
3,586
2,030
1,556
1,342
1,198

6,033
3,664
1,982
1,682
1,354
1,015

6,053
3,598
1,921
1,677
1,347
1,108

...

7,840
3,610
2,902
1,328

7,919
3,702
2,883
1,334

8,107
3,850
2,926
1,331

8 , 100
3,822
2,960
1,318

8,291
3,988
2,985
1,318

8,384
4,077
2,970
1,337

8,500
4,138
3,043
1,319

8,511
4,146
2,988
1,377

8,555
4,204
2,996
1,355

....

417
261
70
74
12

426
269
67
78
12

440
277
72
78
13

426
270
67
76
13

452
290
68
81
13

422
266
71
73
12

579
377
75
108
19

411
261
62
74
14

431
274
63
81
13

54 Other
55 Commercial banks
56 Finance companies . . . .
57 Credit unions
58
Retailers
59 Savings and loans
60 Mutual savings banks. . . .

6,697
2,297
2,348
1,301
377
232
142

6,764
2,325
2,350
1,320
390
238
141

6,858
2,356
2,404
1,317
392
244
145

7,089
2,397
2,534
1,391
373
241
153

7,154
2,489
2,452
1,408
398
247
160

7,041
2,435
2,403
1,381
420
236
166

7,178
2,464
2,468
1,396
360
331
159

7,162
2,480
2,419
1,383
397
327
156

7,072
2,365
2,421
1,393
420
320
153

31 Total
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers 2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks

By major credit type
39 Automobile
40 Commercial banks
41
Indirect paper
42
Direct loans
43 Credit unions
44 Finance companies
45 Revolving
46 Commercial banks
47 Retailers .
48 Gasoline companies
49 Mobile home .
50 Commercial banks
5 1 Finance companies
52 Savings and loans
53 Credit unions




...
. .
;

. ...

171

44.1. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, December 31, 1978

A. All sectors
Amounts outstanding, billions of dollars
Private domes-tic nonfinancial sectors
Households

Business

Transaction category
Assets

3,385.2

1 Total financial assets .
2 Total liabilities
3
4
5
6
7

Liabilities

Assets

Liabilities

206.3

814.7

Assets

Life insurance reserves
Pension fund reserves. . . .
Interbank claims 3
Corporate equities . . . .

Security credit
Trade credit 6
Taxes payable
Miscellaneous

. .

172



U.S.
government

Liabili- ! Asties
sets

412.1
2,994.7

314.2
314.2

12.6
12.6

1,103 9
479.4
624 5

31.2
31.2

65.0
65.0

1,200.0
575.5
624 5

Liabilities

186.2
404.7

721.5

.....
1.0
44

1.6
1.1
2.8 . . . . .
.....
10.7

J8.5

. . . . . 21.4

18.5

79.5
79.5

. .

19 Credit market instruments
..,
20 U.S. Treasury securities 4 6
21 Federal agency securities
22 State and local government securities. . .
23 Corporate and foreign bonds
24 Mortgages
25 Consumer credit
26 Hank loans n e e
27 Open-market paper
28 Other loans

Assets

37.6
9.7

222 1
222 1

. .

Liabilities

4,406.2
306.4

1,480.4

Gold 2
SDKs..
International Monetary Fund position. . .
Official foreign exchange
Treasury currency
....

12 Time and savings accounts
13 Commercial banks
14 Savings institutions

29
30
31
32

Assets

1,207.8

8 Demand deposits and currency
9 Private domestic
10 U.S. government
11 Foreign . ,
...

15
16
17
18

Liabilities

Rest
of the
world

Total

State
and local

.....

21.5
21.5

....
.....

21.4

.....

.9
.9

.....
.....

8.7
59.8

189 1
534 5

189.1
534.5

790 0

790 0

477.8 1,162.8 93.9 1,120.9 116.9 292.2
70.4
3.1
137 0
22 0
38 2
3 5
89 0
3.7
15.8 8.8 285.6
62 0
318.3
106.0
392.8 15.6
765.5
339.3 '43 !6
18.5
252.5
25.4
45 6
40.6
6.6
39.5
116.1

688.6 2,575.9 172.4 161.0 127.7 626.2
210.6
U7.8 . . . . . . . . . . 619.2
63 7
23.8
6.2
101.4
301.4
318.3 11.2 42.8
62.0
121.6 1,158.3
43.0
339.3
271 0
4S 7
86.2
25.4 23.3 26.6
162.2 . . . . .
45.9

8,8

21.7
13.2 356.1

59.0

10.1 254.1

298.4
22.3 11 8
38.8

14.2

43 . 3

....

::::: :::::

"9:9 •••:*

'94 .°6 ;!!;;

8.8
356.1
11 8
313.1

21.7
325.9 21..
,4.3 9.2
22 3
13.0
48. 9i 88. i 223.9 8.6

ie.i
*

44.1.—Continued

Financial sectors

Assets

1 Total financial assets

Sponsored
agencies and
mortgage
pools

Total

Transaction category

Liabilities

3,434 5

Assets

Assets

Liabilities

Assets

156 2

218 8

Private
nonbank
finance

Commercial
banking

Liabilities

1,225 7

156 2

222 1

3,271 3

2 Total liabilities

Liabilities

Monetary
authority

Assets

Liabilities

Assets

Liabilities

8,439 1

1,830 5

Assets

38.6
7,392 2

1,736 0

1,160 4

Floats
and
discrepancies

All
sectors *

3 Gold a
.
4 SDRs
5 International Monetary Fund
position
6 Official foreign exchange .
. .
7 Treasury currency

11.7

11 7

49 3
11 2

1.6
13 1

*
1.6
13 1

1.0
4.4
13.1

8 Demand deposits and currency . . .
9 Private domestic
10 U.S. government
1 1 Foreign

21.2
21.2

12 Time and savings accounts
13 Commercial banks
14 Savings institutions

23.7 1,246.1
619.4
21.5
2.2
626.7

1 5 Life insurance reserves
16 Pension fund*reserves
17 Interbank claims
18 Corporate equities 8

100.4
234.2

2,812.8
19 Credit market instruments
270 8
20 U.S. Treasury securities4
118.6
21
Federal agency securities **
22 State and local government
securities
200 0
23 Corporate and foreign bonds . . . 348.7
1,040.9
24
Mortgages
296.4
25 Consumer credit
344.5
26 Bank loans n.e.c.
46.3
27 Open-market paper
146.7
28 Other loans
29
30
31
32

Security credit
Trade credit 6
Taxes payable
Miscellaneous




38.1
11 3
166.5

403.0
364.5
19.9
18.5

104 2
99.1
4.5
7

.

180.4
474.7
100.4
42.6

7.7

46.8

438.3 219.2 199.9 119.2
1 4 .
110.6
199.9
.2 199.9 8 0

60.8
13.3 160 6

124.4
7.7
214.0
167.2
344.5
13.0

.6

19.3
19.3

375.3
335.4
21.4
18.5

23.7
21.5
2.2

626 7 1,246 1
619.4
626.7 626.7

53.7

2.5

18.9

3.0

5.2

100.4

180.4
474.7
233.0

42.6 1,464.8
63.7
66 6
5.9

75 6
341.0
666.3
129 1

36.7

28.9
93.6

20 3

25.1
5.4
355.3

92.7
1.2
1,009.6
95.1
43 7

.

27.9
103.8 3.8
32.7 53 1

1.5
1.5

298.7
265.4
15.5
17.9
619.4
619.4

3
.3

17.8
11.3
145^1

189.1
534.5
100.4
42.6 1,067,5

1.0
4.4
10.7

403.0 27.6
364.5 29.1
19.9 -1.5
18.5
1,246 1
619.4
626.7
189.1
534.5
100.4
42.6

195.8 3,801.5 3,801.5
619.2
619.2
206.1
206.1
301.4
54.9 421.9
13.3 1,172.3
339.3
27.9 344.5
67.1 155.9
32.7 240.7

25.1
""4.'5
186.2

46.9
397.6
24.8
576.4

301.4
421.9
1,172.3
339.3
344.5
155.9
240.7

46.9
356.3
27.7 ™ 2.'9
628.1 51.7

173

44.1. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, December 31,1978—Continued
B. Private nonbank financial institutions
Amounts outstanding, billions of dollars
Savings
and loan
associations

Total

Mutual
savings
banks

Credit
unions

Life
insurance
companies

Private
pension
funds

Transaction category
Assets

1,830.5

1 Total assets
3 Demand deposits and currency . .
4 Time and savings accounts
5
Commercial banks
6
Savings institutions
7 Life insurance reserves
8 Pension fund reserves .
9 Corporate equities 3

. .

10 Credit market instruments4 . .
11
U.S. Treasury securities
12
Federal agency securities 6
13
State and local government securities
14
Corporate and foreign bonds
15
Mortgages
16
Consumer credit
17
Bank loans n.e.c
18
Open-market paper ,
19
Other bans
Security credit
Trade credit
Taxes payable .
Miscellaneous


174


Assets

Liabilities

.

.

19.3
23.7
21.5
2.2

233.0
1,464.8
63.7
66.6
75.6
341.0
666.3
129.1
"'28^9
93.6

17.8
11.3
60.6

Assets

494 6

626.7

1 6
4.9 431.0
4.9
43i°6

626.7
180.4
474.7
42.6

195,8 494.10
8.6
27 4
1 J
54.9
13.3 432.9
12.2
27.9
67.1 'ii'.7
32.7

Liabilities

158.4

523.6
1,736 0

2 Total liabilities

20
21
22
23

Liabilities

Assets
58 2

147 3
1.5
2.2
2.2

. . ..
142.6
142 6

Assets

1 4
2.7
.5
2 2

53.0

54.2
1.3
3.6

.. .. 3 3
. . . . . 45.9

Assets

Liabilities

207.2

.....

360.3 . . . . .

207.2

1.8
86
8.6

.....

2" 1

53 6

34,6
.....

Liabilities

376 4

53.0

5.0

54.4 145.6
5.0
13.4
3 3
2.0 21.6
10.7 95.2
3.8
3.1
5.9 3 4
32.7

Liabilities

318.9
4 8
6,4
6 3
158.6
105 9

180 4
119 0

.....

106.5

207 2
.....

78 9
17.9
4.1

.....

53 8
3 1

6 8
30.2

25.1
4.5
186.2 23.2

1.3
7.9

4.0

4.7

20. S

1 9
58.9 11.5

.....

44.1.—Continued

State and
local government retirement funds

Transaction category

Assets

148 5

3 Demand deposits and currency
4 Time and savings accounts
5
Commercial banks
6
Savings institutions
.

.

10 Credit market instruments
11
U.S. Treasury securities* 6
12
Federal agency securities
13
State and local government securities
14
Corporate and foreign bonds
15
Mortgages
16
Consumer credit
17
Bank loans n.e.c
18
Open-market paper
19
Other loans
Security credit
Trade credit
Taxes payable
Miscellaneous




2.0

148 5
33 3

112.3
10.1 .. ..
.... 8 0
4 1
.... 81 4
8.7 . . . .

Finance
companies

Assets

Liabilities

.. ..

Real estate
investment
trusts

Assets
68

145.7

142.5 .. . .

92 5

2.9

9 Corporate equities 3

20
21
22
23

Liabilities

Assets
124.6

148.5

1 Total assets
2 Total liabilities

7 Life insurance reserves

Liabilities

Other
insurance
companies

Liabilities

11 5

31 4

63 . 3

.

Money
market
funds

5.9

9.7 10.5
16

59

16
25

10 8

4.9
6

3 4

. ..

.1
5 3
5.3

121.0

51 3

Security
brokers
and dealers

Assets

25 2

10 8
9

.

.5
21 0

8

18

...

,

42 6

3 1
5.1
10.8
1.5 . . . .

5.9
31
9
19

37

10 8

17.8
7
91 8

Liabilities

27 6

.

5 5

19.9 .. ..
49 8

Liabilities

Assets

42 6 .
7

19 2

.

Liabilities

Assets

. . . . 42 6

4.4

92.2
141.3
10.0 .. ..
3 8
59 8
18 2
. 4 . . . . 10.8
67 1

ii 3

Open-end
investment
companies

3

25.1
j

.

175

44.2. Flow of funds accounts, 1967-78
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars

1967

Transaction category, or sector

1968

1969

1970

1972

1971

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

Nonfinancial sectors
1 Total credit market debt owed by nonfinancial sectors

1,194.4 1,292,2 1,381.0 1,477. Si 1,620.2 1,786.2 1,981.3 2,163.9 2,363.5 2,625.8 2,963.1 3,363.2
340.8
331.5
9.3

446,3
437.3
8.9

626.2
619.2
7.0

279.1
269.2
9.9

292.6
279.6
13.0

5 Private domestic nonfinancial sectors

872.5

954.3 1,044.6 1,124.3 1,237.5 1,383.2 1,563.8 1,721.5 1,822 7 1,994.6 2,263.5 2,575.9

615.3
113.7
122.7
378.9
244.9
43.1
65.8
25.0
257.2
107.2
100.8
4.3
44.9

667.0
123.2
135.6
408.2
262.1
46.5
72.4
27.2
287.2
121.0
110.8
5.8
49.6

19 By borrowing sector, total

872.5

954.3 1,044.6 1,124.8 1,237.5 1,383.2 1,563.8 1,721.5 1,822.7 1,994.6 2,263.5 2,575.9

20 State and local governments
21 Households .
22 Nonfinancial business
.
23
Farm
24
Nonfarm .noncorporate
25
Corporate

117.3
385.0
370.3
38.8
57.3
274.1

127.2
417.6
409.4
41.6
62.5
305.4

137.9
451.9
454.8
44.6
69.8
340.4

149.2
476.8
498.8
46.9
76.6
375.3

166.9
522.5
548.0
51.4
88.3
408.3

181.4
586.8
615.0
57.2
102.4
455.4

193.7
667.1
703.1
67.2
116.0
519.9

209.2
716.1
796.3
75.1
123.4
597.8

222.3'
764.7
835.6
83.8
125.4
626.4

26 Foreign credit market debt owed to United
States . . .

42.8

45.3

47.5

51. 9

57.1

62.3

68.4

81.6

94.5

115.4

127.1

161.0

27
28
29
30

10.8
6.8
3,0
22.3

11,7
6.3
2.9
24.4

11.7
6.1
3.2
26.5

14.4
5.7
4.0
27.8

15.9
7.3
4.3
29.6

17.1
10.3
3.2
31.7

17.8
13.1
4.2
33.4

19.6
17.8
11.4
32.8

25.6!

?!:T]
35.7

34.7
28.1
13.6
39.0

39.2
29.7
16.1
42.1

42.8
45.7
26.6
45,9

6 Debt capital instruments
7 State and local obligations
8 Corporate bonds . .
9 Mortgages . .
10
Home mortgages
11
Multifamily residential
12
Commercial
13
Farm
14 Other debt instruments
15 Bank loans n.e.c
16 Consumer credit
17 Open-market paper
18 Other

,

. .

......

Bonds . . .
Bank loans n.e.c
Open-market paper
U.S. government loans

289.0
278.4
10.6

300. «
291.2
9.i>

2 U.S. government
3 Treasury issues
4 Agency issues and mortgages

719.5
133.1
147.6
438.8
280.2
51.5
78.1
29.0
325.1
136.8
121.1
7.6
59.5

779.7
144,4
167.3
468.0
294.6
58.4
85.2
29.8
345.1
143 ( 5
127,1
10,2
64,3

325.7
317.3
8.5
867.2
161.8
186.1
519.3
323.3
68.4
95.4
32.2
370.2
152.1
140.1
9.9
68.1

349.1
339.4
9.6

360.8
351.5
9.4

515,8
506.4
9.3

572.5
564.1
8.4

969.5 1,073,6 1,171.2 1,270,9 1,398.3 1,579.7 1,778.0
176.5 191.2 207.7 223.2, 242.2 271.3 301.4
198.3 207.5 227.1 254.3 277.2 298. 1| 318.3
594.7 674.9 736.5 793.3 879.0 1,010.2 1,158.3
365.9 411.5 446.1 48S.6 549.6 646.2 750.9
91.4
81.1
98.3
98.9 102.7 110. 1, 120.4
111.9 130.7 145.8 157.9 169,6 188,2 210.9
35.8
46.3
41.3
57.0
65.7
76.1
50.9
413.7 490.3 550.2 551.8 596.3 683.8 797.9
170.8 210.7 240.1 225.8 228.3 258.7 271.0
157.2 181.0 191.3 200.6 224.2 259,2 339,3
10.6
17.2
13.1
21.2
25,4
24.3
19,8
75.0
99,2 108.2 122.6 141.6 162,2
85.5
240.8 266.7 292.2
854.9 994.6 1,162.8
898.9 1,002.1 1,120.9
94 9 109.3 126.3
130.5 143.1 158.8
673.6 749.7 835.8

Financial sectors
1 Total credit market debt owed by financial
sectors

66,9

77.6

106.8

117.7

129.6

155.4

211.5

247.2

258.2

286.6

343.8

438,3

By type of instrument
2 U,S, government-related
3 Sponsored credit agency securities
4 Mortgage pool securities
5 Loans from U S government
6 Private financial sectors
7 Corporate bonds
8 Mortgages . ,
9 Bank loans n.e.c
10 Open-market paper and RPs
,
1 1 Loans from FHLBs

20.4
18.4
2.0
*
46.5
16.0
2.3
9.2
14.7
4.4

24.4
21.6
2.5
.3
53.2
16.4
2.6
10.7
18.2
5.3

33.8
30.6
3.2

43.6
38.9
4.8

49.5
40.0
9.5

57.9
43.5
14.4

77.9
59.8
18.0

100.9
76.4
23.8

199,9
111.3
88.6

74.1
19.9
3,6
12,4
,27.6
10.6

80.0
23.7
5.7
14.3
28.5
7.9

97.4
28.8
7.4
20.4
32.9
8.0

133.6
32.3
6.1
29.3
50.7
15,1

146! 3
34.4
4.9
33.6
51.6
21.8

133.1
82.1
49.8
1.2
153.5
43.2
9.3
26.4
58.8
15.9

158.5
88.2
70.3

72.9
17.2
2.9
12.5
31.1
9.3

114. 5
78.8
34.1
1.6
143.8
37.4
7.2
29.9
51.5
17.8

185.3
53.3
12.4
26,3
73.1
20.2

238.4
60.8
13.3
27.9
103.8
32,7

12 Total, by sector

66.9

77.6

106.8

117.7

129.6

155.4

211.5

247.2

258.2

286.6

343.8

438.3

13 Sponsored credit agencies
14 Mortgage pools
15 Private financial sectors
16 Commercial banks
17 Bank affiliates
18 Savings and loan associations
19 Finance companies
2 0 REITs
. . . .
21 Money market funds

18.4
2.0
46.5
2.6

21.9
2.5
53.2
3.5

7.0
36.9

8.2
40,8
.8

30.6
3.2
72.9
5.9
4.3
12.3
49.0
1.5

38.9
4.8
74.1
3.8
2.3
14.1
51.7
2.2

40.0
9.5
80.0
5.6
2.0
14.1
54.3
4.1

43.5
14.4
97.4
8,9
2.6
16.0
61.1
8.8

59.8
18.0
133.6
21.8
4.9
22.0
70.5
14.4

77.1
23,8
146.3
15.3
8.3
28.3
76.2
15.8
2.4

80.3
34.1
143.8
12.8
8.7
26.1
76.8
15.7
3.7

83.3
49.8
153.5
18.7
7.9
26.1
83.4
13.8
3.7

88.2
70,3
185,3
23.0
9.1
38.0
100.1
11.3
3.9

111.3
88.6
238.4
29.2
13.4
54.4
121.0
9.7
10.8

All sectors
1,261.4 1,369.7 1,487.8 1,595.2 1,749.8 1,941.6 2,192.9 2,411.1 2,621.7 2,912.4 3,306.8 3,801.5

1 Total credit market debt
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

U.S. government securities
State and local obligations
Corporate and foreign bonds
Mortgages
Consumer credit . . ,
Bank loans n.e.c
Open-market paper and RPs
Other loans
Selected claims not included above
Security credit,
Trade credit
Investment company shares
Other corporate equities

176




297.7
113.7
149.4
382.9
100.8
123.2
22.1
71.6

,

..

315.1
123.2
163.7
412.5
110.8
138.1
26.8
79.6

321.2
133.1
176.5
443.2
212.1
155,4
41.9
95.3

343.0
144.4
201.6
473.1
127.1
161.6
41.8
102,7

397.4
176.5
244.2
603.4
157.2
201.5
46.7
114.7

425.7
191.2
257.5
682.3
181.0
253.1
68.0
134.0

459.9
207.7
281.1
742.5
191.3
291.4
82.8
154.5

558.1
223.2
317.3
801.5
200.6
277.3
80.4
163.3

25.8
133.8
44.7
823.9

32.3
151.6
52.7
981,4

25.7
175.0
48.3
866.4

37.4
28.7
24.9
184.8 196,5 220.9
47.6
59.8
56.7
859.4 1,003.7 1,138.1

29.5
263.4
46.5
901.4

24.5
242.4
34.1
641.7

41.2
28.0
250.4 271 .7
42.2
47 ,0
849,5 1,059.7

373.8
161.8
225.7
526.5
140.1
173.7
42.6
105.6

646.7 730.1 825,3
242.2 271.3 301.4
355.0 390.7 421.9
889.2 1,023.5 1,172.3
224,2 259.2 339.3
282.9 314.7 344.5
93.7 113.4 155.9
178.6 203.8 240.7

45.6
46,9
301.3 356.3
42.6
42.8
996.7 1,025,0

44.2. Flow of funds accounts, 1967-78—Continued
B. Direct and indirect claims on credit market debt
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars; exceptions noted.
Transaction category, or sector

1967

1968

1969

1971

1970

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1 Total credit market debt claims against
1,194.4 1,292.2 1,381.0 1,477.5 1,620.2 1,786.2 1,981.3 2,163.9 2,363.5 2,625.8 2,963.1 3,363.2
nonfinancial sectors
Public agencies and foreign
2 Total held
3 U.S. government securities
4 Residential mortgages
5 FHLB advances to savings and loans. . .
6 Other loans and securities
Total advanced, by sector
7 U.S. government
. .
8 Government-related agencies and pools .
9 Monetary authorities
.. .
10 Foreign
11 Agency debt and mortgage pool securities
not in line 1
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Private domestic holdings
Total private holdings
U.S. government securities
State and local obligations
Corporate and foreign bonds
Residential mortgages
Other mortgages and loans
LESS: FHLB advances

137.8
66.2
13.3
4.4
54.0

150.3
69.5
16.6
5.3
58.9

166.1
69.8
21.7
9.3
65.2

196.0
85.1
28.3
10.6
72.0

239.0
119.6
35.3
7.9
76.2

259.8
127.2
42.3
8.0
82.4

294.1
136.6
50.6
15.1
91.8

341.9
148.5
65.3
21.8
106.3

386.9
171.0
81.5
17.8
116.6

445.1
197.8
94.3
15.9
137.2

529.3
238.0
114.7
20.2
156.4

638.5
281.9
141.2
32.7
182.8

47.1
25.3
49.3
16.2

52.0
29.1
53.0
16.3

55.1
38.5
57.2
15.2

57.8
49.6
62.2
26.4

59,9
54.9
71.1
53.1

62.4
64.1
71.3
62.0

65.5
85.5
80.6
62.6

73.1
111.1
86.7
71.0

88.2
125.7
95.3
77.8

97.2
146.3
105.1
96.6

109.1
173.2
112.2
134,8

127.7
219.2
119.2
172.4

20.4

24 .4

33.8

43.6

49.5

57.9

77.9

100.9

114.5

133.1

158.5

199.9

1,077.0 1,166.3 1,248.8 1,325.2 1,430.8 1..584.4 1,765.1 1,923.0 2,091.0 2,313.7 2,592.2 2,924.6
231.5 245.6 251.4 257.8 254 3 270.2 289.0 311.4 387.1 448,9 492.1 543.5
113.7 123.2 133.1 144.4 161.8 176.5 191.2 207.7 223.2 242.2 271,3 301.4
132.4 146.2 158.3 179.4 199.1 211.9 221.7 245.1 277.1 304.4 327.6 349.9
276.5 293.7 311.5 326.3 357.9 406.1 453.6 480.3 504.1 559.1 642.5 731.0
327.3 362.8 403.8 427.9 465.7 527.6 624.7 700.3 717.4 775.0 878.7 1,031.5
4.4
8.0
7.9
10.6
5.3
20,2
15.1
9.3
15.9
21.8
17.8
32.7

Private financial intermediation
19 Credit market claims held by private financial institutions
20 Commercial banking
21 Savings institutions
..
22 Insurance and pension funds
23 Other finance

860.8
353.4
206.4
247.9
53.2

936.4
392.1
222.0
261.6
60.8

993.3 1,069.8 1,181.0 1,330.7 1,495.1 1,620.9 1,742.5 1,933.5 2,183.2 2,474.4
410.4 445.5 496.0 566.5 653.1 717.8 745.4 803.4 889.2 1,009.6
236.6 254.0 294.7 342.9 378.9 405.3 457.0 528.2 613.1 693.8
274.7 291.9 305.7 322.8 346.8 376.8 418.3 470.0 533.3 602.3
98.4 116.4 121.1 121.8 .131.9 147.8 168.7
84.5
78.5
71.5

24 Sources of funds
25 Private domestic deposits . . .
26 Credit market debt
27 Other sources
28
Foreign funds
29
Treasury balances . . :
30
Insurance and pension reserves
31
Other, net

860.8
508.9
46.5
305.4
21.3
5.2
206.5
72.4

936.4
554.7
53.2
328.5
23.9
5.0
216.9
82.7

993.3 1,069.8 1,181.0 1,330.7 1,495.1 1,620.9 1,742.5 1,933.5 2,183.2 2,474.4
557.2 617.9 707.5 807.6 894.3 963.6 1,054.2 1,175. 7 1,310.9 1,444.3
74.1
97.4 133.6 146.3 143.8 153.5 185.3 238.4
80.0
72.9
363.2 377.8 393.4 425.6 467.2 511.1 544.5 604.2 687.0 791.7
22.9
27.0
35.7
33.9
52.6
29.9
53.5
58.6
83,6
70. S
10.2
5.1
4.8
10.9
7.9
9.9
3.1
3.0
15.5
228.9 242.4 250.2 260.8 282.0 312.8 341.4 374.4 423 !s 480.7
95.3 100.4 110.2 124.0 139.6 140.9 146.5 168.2 184.9 211.9

Private domestic nonfinancial investors
32 Credit market claims
33 U.S. government securities
34 State and local obligations
35 Corporate and foreign bonds . .
36 Open-market oaoer etc
37 Other
.... .

262.7
121.2
43.5
15.0
11.9
71.0

283.0
129.9
43.5
19.2
16.1
74.3

328.5
147.5
51.9
24.6
26.1
78.3

329.4
140.2
50.6
35.3
21.0
82.3

329.9
129.4
51.4
43.8
19.9
85.3

351.1
133.3
54.4
48.0
22.8
92.6

403.7
152.5
59.7
49.0
41.1
101.3

38 Deposits and currency
39 Time and savings accounts
40
Large negotiable CDs
41
Other at commercial banks
42
At savings institutions .
43 Money
44
Demand deposits
45
Currency

550,1
368.5
18.5
156.5
193.5
181.7
140.4
41.2

598.5
402.1
21.8
173.9
206.3
196.5
152.7
43.8

603.7
400.0
8.1
177.1
214.7
203.8
157.2
46.6

668.0
455.3
22.7
201.3
231 .4
212.7
162.6
50.0

760.9
534.5
29.1
234.4
271.0
226.4
173.0
53.4

865.5
618.3
36.8
265.0
316.4
247.2
189.4
57.9

956.1 1,031.7 1,128,5 1,257.3 1,400.8 1,543.4
694.4 761,1 845,9 958.1 1,078.3 1,200.0
59.7
54.9
45.3
73.8
69.8
54.5
294.6 321.5 360.8 418.9 460.7 505.7
344.9 365.9 425.4 493.9 563,0 624.5
261.6 270.6 282.6 299.2 322.6 343.3
199.9 202.5 208.3 217.6 232.7 244.3
68.1
74.3
61.8
81.6
99.1
89,9

46 Total of credit market instruments, deposits,
and currency
...

812.9

881.6

932.2

997.4 1,090.8 1,216.6 1,359.7 1,480.0 1,620.8 1,791.1 1,995.1 2,232.0

47 Public support rate (percent)
48 Private financial intermediation (percent) . .
49 Total foreign funds

11,5
79.9
37,5

11.6
80 3
40.2

12.0
79.5
49.2

13.3
80.7
53.4

14.8
82.5
76.0

14.5
84.0
91.9

14.8
84.7
98.3

448.3
170.1
69.1
56.2
43.6
109.4

15.8
84.3
123.6

492.3
193.0
77.4
63.4
42.8
115.8

16.4
83.3
131.3

533.8
213.1
84.2
62.4
46.9
127.3

17.0
83.6
155.2

594.3
236.3
93.3
64.8
56.3
143.5

17.9
84.2
205,7

688.6
274.3
101.4
62.0
86.2
164.6

19.0
84.6
256.0

Corporate equities not included above
1 Total market value
2 Investment company shares
3 Other equities
4 Acquisitions by financial institutions
5 Other holdings
NOTES BY LINE NUMBER

1.
2.
6.
11,
12.

17.
25.
26.
28.

868.6 1,034.0
44.7
52.7
823.9 981.4
122.5 145.4
746.1 888.6

914.6
48.3
866.4
141.4
773.3

Line 1 of Table 44.2-A.
Sum of lines 3-6 or 7-10.
Includes farm and commercial mortgages.
Credit market funds raised by federally sponsored credit agencies,
and net issues of federally related mortgage pool securities. Included in lines 3, 13, and 33.
Line 1 less line 2 plus line 11. Also line 19 less line 26 plus line 32.
Also sum of lines 27, 32, 39, and 44.
Includes farm and commercial mortgages.
Sum of lines 39 and 44.
Excludes equity issues and investment company shares. Includes line
18.
Foreign deposits at commercial banks, bank borrowings from foreign




907.0 1,060.4 1.198.0
47.6
56.7
59.8
859.4 1,003.7 1,138.1
150.8 196.0 245.2
756.2 864.5 952.7

947.9
46.5
901.4
202.4
745.5

675.8
34.1
641.7
147.4
528.4

891.7 1,106.6 1,039.5 1,067.5
42.2
47.0
42.6
42.8
849.5 1,059.7 996.7 1,025.0
197.4 237.5 222,8 234.2
694.3 869.2 816.7 833.3

branches, and liabilities of foreign banking agencies to foreign
affiliates.
29. Demand deposits at commercial banks.
30. Excludes net investment of these reserves in corporate equities.
31. Mainly retained earnings and net miscellaneous liabilities.
32. Line 12 less line 19 plus line 26.
33-37. Lines 13-17 less amounts acquired by private finance. Line 37
includes mortgages.
45. Mainly an offset to line 9.
46. Sum of lines 32 and 38, or line 12 less line 27 plus line 45.
47. Line 2 divided by line 1.
48. Line 19 divided by line 12.
49. Sum of lines 10 and 28.
50. Includes issues by financial institutions.

177

44.2. Flow of funds accounts, 1967-78—Continued

C. Sector statements of financial assets and liabilities
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars

1967

Category

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975 ' 1976

1977

1978

Households,, personal trusts, and nonprofit organizations
1 Totalfinancialassets

.

......

2 Deposits and credit market instruments l. .
3 Demand deposits and currency
4 Time and savings accounts
5
Commercial banks
6
Savings institutions .
....

1,688.6 1,914.2 1,862.8 1,926.9 2,153.9 2,389.0 2,300.9 2,198.2 2,547.4 2,928,9 3,097,6 3,385.2
641.4
100.7
342.9
149.4
193.5

698.3
111.6
373.9
167.6
206.3

743.6
109.0
383.1
168.4
214.7

797.3 I
117.8
426.7
195.4
231.4

874.1
130.7
494.6
223.6
271.0

972.9 1,088.0 1,192.8 1,311.2 1,447.2 |1. 610,7 1,803.8
144.6 159.8 165.9 171.1 184.9 204.4 222.1
569.2 633.4 690.6 775.4 883.5 991,9 1,103,9
252.8 288.5 324.7 350.1 389.6 428.8 479.4
316.4 344.9 365.9 425.4 493.9 563.0 624,5

197.8
91.3
80.0
51.2
28.8
11.3
38.1
15.0
46.1
7.3

212.9
97.6
84.9
51.9
33.0
12.7
37.6
19.2
48.7
9.9

251.5
113.5
95.9
51.8
44.1
17.7
46.9
24.6
51.3
15.2

252.8
107.2
84.9
52.1
32.8
22.3
46.0
35.3
52.9
11.4

248.8
97.1
76.6
54.4
2,2.2
20.5
46.1
43.8
54.1
7.6

259.1
96,4
79.4
57.7
21.7
17.0
48.4
48.0
60.5
5.9

294.7
113.2
94.2
60.4
33.8
19.0
53.6
49.0
63.9
15.0

336.3
128.6
105.5
63.3
42.1
23.1
61.8
56.2
68.2
19.2
2.4

364.7
143.1
123.2
67.4
55.8
19.9
67.9
63.4
71.9
14.7
3.7

378.8
148.3
124.4
72.0
52,4
23.9
73.0
02.4
79.8
U..5
3,7

414.4
152.4
125.4
76.8
48.7
27.0
81.9
64,8
91,8
19,7
3.9

477.8
175.2
137.0
80.7
56.3
38.2
89.0
62,0
106.0
34,8
10.8

720.6
44.7
675.9

859.1
52.7
806.4

746.5
48.3
698.2

729.0
47.6
681.4

833 7
56.7
777.0

913.7
59.8
853.8

712.0
46.5
665.5

504.2
34.1
470.1

659.0
42.2
616.8

826.3
47 0
779J

777,0
42,8
734.3

790.0
42,6
747.5

115.4
186.4
4.9
19.8

120.0
208.1
7.0
21.6

125.0
218.7
5.2
23.8

130.3
239.6
4.4
26.3

136.4
276. 1»
4.S
28,7

143.1
323.0
5.0
31. 3|

150.5
311.4
4.9
34.1

156,9
303.6
3.9
36. 8;

165.1
367.2
4.5
40.6

172.0
431.2
6.3
46,0

180.1
469.8
7.3
52.6!

189.1
534.5
8.8
59,0

25 Total liabilities.

405.3

441.6

473.5

497.6

546.9

616.8

693.7

742.6

793.8

891.© 1,036.1 1,207.8

26
25
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

385.0
241.0
15.6
79,4
21.4
14.3
13.3
12.7
3.7

417.6
258.0
16.7
87.7
23.0
16.8
15.3
15.6
4.1

451.9
276.5
17.9
97.1
24.0
18.0
18.3
12.2
4.7

476.8
290.7
19.0
102.0
25.1
19.1
20.9
10.4
5.3

522.5
317.7
20.3
112.7
27.4
22.1
22.3
13.1
5.8

586.8
359.4
21.5
126. 8!
30.5J
25.0i
23.6
17.6
6.5

667.1 716.1
405.7 440.9
23.7
22.6
148.2 157.5
32.9
33.8!
31.5
30.8
26. 2! 29.4
13.2
11.4
7.1
8.0

764. 7i
479.0
24.8
165.0
35.7
28.8
31.5;
12.2
9.1

854.9
540.5
25,8
185.5
38.7
30.9
33.4
17,2
10,5

3.9

4.3

4.7

5.1

5.4

6.0

7.7

8.4

7
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
State and local obligations
Corporate and foreign bonds
Mortgages .
Open-market paper
Money market fund shares

18 Corporate equities
19 Investment company shares
20 Other corporate equities
21
22
23
24

Life insurance reserves
Pension fund reserves
Security credit
Miscellaneous assets

,

. . .
.

Credit market instruments
Home mortgages
. ..
Other mortgages
Installment consumer credit
Other consumer credit
Bank loans n.e.c.
..
. . . .
Other loans
Security credit
.
......
Trade credit
Deferred and unpaid life insurance
premiums
. ..

178



6.4

7.1

:

994.6 1,162.8
633.8 737.6
26.9
27.9
216.6 275 ,Q
42.7
64.3
18.5
39.1
35.7;
39.5
21.7
20.3)
13.2
11,8
9.3

10.1

44.2. Flow of funds accounts, 1967-78—Continued

C. Sector statements of financial assets and liabilities—Continued
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars
Category

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

Nonfinancial corporate business
288.6

319.2

351.1

369.6

406.0

455.5

526.0

516.5

556.3

608.3

663.5

747.1

62.0
34.8
9.7
9.6
3.3
4.0

67.0
37.5
9.1
10.4
3.8
5.1
1.1

67.8
43.1
3.7
7.3
2.8
7.6
3.3

68.7
44.1
5.3
7.5
2.2
9.4

76.6
41.6
9.5
10.0
3.2
11.3
1.1

84.0
43.1
11.9
7.9
4.2
14.2
2.7

94.4
43.1
16.6
4.5
4.0
14.9
11.3

99.1
46.2
20.5
5.8
4.7
16.5
5.5

116.6
50.5
22.4
14.9
4.5
19.6
4.7

132.1
53.6
24.4
18.9
3.4
24.7
7.0

132.9
54.8
29.2
12.6
3.5
24.5
8.3

141.9
59.8
31.2
6.6
3.7
26.3
14,4

9 Consumer credit
10 Trade credit
.
.
1 1 Miscellaneous assets
12 Foreign direct investments a
13 Foreign currencies
14 Insurance receivables
15 Equity in sponsored agencies
16 Other

13.9
141.4
71.2
55.3
1.1
8.0
.1
6.7

14.1
159.8
78.3
58.5
1.6
8.8
.2
9.2

14.6
182.3
86.3
63.7
1.2
9.9
.2
11.2

15.6
190.5
94.9
70.3
.8
10.8

15.8
205.3
108.3
76.4
2.2
11.9

14.9
233.3
123.2
81.5
4.0
13.7

17.4
271.0
143.1
91.7
6.5
15.7

18.1
247.3
151.9
100.5
6.3
17.8

18.4
253.7
167.7
114.3
7.2
20.0

12.6

17.5

23.7

28.8

26.9

25.8

19.5
21.8
272.9 ^303. 9
183.8 204.9
126.2 137.9
10.1
8.8
23.4
27.2
.5
.5
29.1
24.9

26.1
356.1
223.1
146.6
11.9
31.6
,6
32.5

17 Total liabilities

416.0

468.1

521.6

561.6

609,6

679.8

791.4

833.5

863.4

932.8 1,035.4 1,179.1

18 Credit market instruments
19 Tax-exempt bonds 3. . .
20 Corporate bonds 2
21 Mortgages
..
22
Home mortgages
23
Multifamity
24
Commercial
25 Bank loans n.e.c.
.
26 Commercial paper
27 Acceptances
.
28 Finance company loans
29 U.S. government loans

274.1

305.4

340.4

375.3

122.7
63.2
2.0
16.1
45.2
75.1
3.0
.7
7.2
2.2

135.6
69.3
2.1
17.1
50.1
84.9
4.2
.8
9.0
1.7

147.6
74.6
1.9
18.6
54.2
96.7
5.4
1.1
13.3
1.8

167.3
81.2
2.0
19.8
59.5
102.0
7.1
1.5
14.0
2.1

408.3
.1
186.1
92.2
2.8
21.8
67.6
105.7
6.2
1.8
14.6
1.6

455.4
.6
198.3
109.1
3.3
24.6
81.3
118.5
7.0
1.8
18.2
1.8

519.9
2.4
207.5
127.1
2.9
26.9
97.3
147.7
8.4
2.4
22.3
2.1

597.8
4.1
227.1
140.7
2.6
28.3
109.8
178.0
12.5
3.6
28.1
3.7

626.4
6.7
254.3
152.0
3.3
28.8
119.8
165.8
9.6
3.8
30.3
3.9

673.6
9.2
277.2
165.4
4.5
31.5
129.4
166.1
11.0
5.1
35.5
4.1

749.7
12.7
298.1
184.6
6.2
33.2
145.2
186,0
12.8
5.7
45.8
4,0

835.8
15.8
318.3
207.5
6.7
36.1
164.7
213.9
15.5
5.0
54.1
5.8

15.6
116.3
9.9

18.5
133.4
10.8

15.2
154.2
11.8

11.5
161.7
13.3

13.3
174.0
13.9

13.3
196.3
14.9

15.6
235.3
20.6

16.7
193.8
25.1

14.3
195.0
27.7

21,8
206.7
30.8

20.4
231.2
34.1

22.3
282.3
38.8

1 Total financial assets
2 Liquid assets
..
.
3 Demand deposits and currency
4 Time deposits
..
.
5 U.S. government securities
6 State and local obligations
7 Commercial paper . . .'
8 Security RPs

30 Profit taxes payable
31 Trade debt
32 Miscellaneous liabilities

....
. .

...
.

.....
...
. ...
. ...
..

MEMO
33 Net trade credit
Debt subtotals 4
34 Long-term debt
35 Short-term debt
. ...
36 Total short-term liabilities
37 Ratios (percent)
37 Long-term debt to credit market debt. . .
38 Short-term debt to credit market debt. . .
39 Liquid assets to short-term liabilities




25.1

26.4

28.1

28.7

31.3

37.1

35.8

53.5

58.7

66.3

72.7

73.8

214.0
60.2
192.1

236.7
68.6
220.6

258.9
81.4
250.8

287.4
87.9
261.1

317.9
90.4
277.8

352.2
103.2
312.7

393.2
126.7
377.6

440.5
157.3
367.8

476.0
150.4
359.7

513.6
159.9
388.4

563.5
186.2
437.8

620.5
215.3
519,9

78.0
22.0
32.3

77.5
22.5
30.4

76.1
23.9
27.0

76.6
23.4
26.3

77.8
22.2
27,6

77.3
22.7
26.9

75.6
24.4
25.0

73.7
26.3
26.9

76.0
24.0
32.4

76.3
23.7
34.0

75.2
24.8
30.4

74.2
25.8
27.3

179

45, Selected measures of nonfinancial business activity
1967 — 100; monthly and quarterly data are seasonally adjusted. Exceptions are noted.

1974

Measure

1975

1976

1977

19 74

1978
Jan.

2
3
4
5
6
7

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

..

.....

129.3

117.8

130.5

138. 2

146.1

129.9

129.6

130.0

129 9

131.3

131 9

...

127.3
125.1
128 9
120.0
135 3
132.4

119.3
118.2
124 0
110.2
123 1
115.5

129.7
127.6
137.1
114.6
137.2
131.7

137.9
135.9
145.3
123.0
145.1
138.6

144.8
142.2
149.1
132.8
154.1
148.3

126.7
123.4
128.3
116.9
138.6
134.9

126.5
123,5
127.8
117.7
137.7
134.4

127.1
124.2
128 5
118.4 •
137 6
134.5

128.0
125 1
129 6
118.8
138 7
132,9

128.8
126.3 j
130 3
120.9
137 5
135.2

129 4
126 9
131 2
120 8
138 6
135 7

129 4

1 Industrial production, total .
Market groupings
Products, total
Final, total . . . .
Consumer goods
Equipment , , , .
Intermediate
Materials

Feb.

116.3

130.3

138.4

146.8

130,1

129.8

130 4

130 3

131 5

132 2

83.8
87.1
173.9
119.2
106.0
103 1

72.9
73.4
162 3
116.9
97 0
94 2

79.5
81.1
190.2
120.6
100.2
97 7

81.9
82.7
160.5
125.0
104.2
101 0

84.4
85.6
174.3
125.3
104.5
101 2

85.8
90.4
92.0
118.6
108.1
104.7

85.3
89.8
110.0
118.8
108.2
104.3

85.4
89.6
108 0
118.8 j
107 9
104 1

85.1
88.1
100 0
118.9
107 7
104 2

85.6
89.4
112.0
119J
107 5
104 I

85 7
89.3
97 0
119.2
107 3
104 2

102.1
126.4
184 3
178.9
157.6
147.0
170.7

91.2
127 9
200 4
188.5
157.4
162,2
185.9

95.3
131.9
220 5
208.2
177.0
176.8
207.4

98.6
136 4
244 4
230.2
198.3
194.8
229.8

102.8
136.7
274 1
258.1
222.4
217.7
253.8

104.5
124.3
176 2
171.7
152.6

103.6
124 8
178 3
174.2
154.2

103.6
125 1
180 0
175.3
154.8

166.5

168.5

103.4
125 5
182 1
177.2
157.1
145.3
169.8

103 5
125 8
184 0
179.2
158 5

163.2

103.9
124.6
177 1
173.0
153.2
141.8
164.1

147.7
147 5

161.2
163 4

170.5
170 2

181.5
180 6

195.4
194 6

139,7
137 4

141.5
140.1

143 1
141 0

143 9
142 1

145.5
143 8

146 9
144 0

Industry groupings
8 Manufacturing
Capacity utilization (percent) *
9 Manufacturing
10 Industrial materials industries
1 1 Construction contracts 2 .
12 Nonagricultural employment, total 8 . . .
13 Goods-producing, total . .
.....
14
Manufacturing total
15
Manufacturing, production
worker
16 Service-producing 4
..
17 Personal income total
18 Wage and salary disbursements
19
Manufacturing
20 [Disposable personal income4 . . .
21 Retail sales •
Prices o
22 Consumer
..
..
23 Producer finished goods *

1974

171.4

1975

July
1 Industrial production, total
2
3
4
5
6
7

Market groupings
Products total
Final, total . . .
Consumer goods
Equipment, ...
Intermediate
Materials

Industry groupings
8 Manufacturing
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan,

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

131.8

131 7

131 8

129,5

124.9

119.3

115 2

112 7

Ill 7

112 6

113 7

129 9
127.6
132 2
121 5
138 4
134.8

129 3
127.6
131 1
122.8
135 7
135.4

127,6
126.3
129,7
121,8
132.3
132,4

124 6
123.8
126 2
120,6
127,9
125.2

120 1
119.6
121.0
117.7
122.1
118.0

116 2
115.2
117 0
112.7
119,5
113.7

114 4
113 5
116 1
110 0
117 9
110.1

113 9
113 4
117 0
108.6
115 9
108.3

115 2
114.7
119 0
108.7
116 9
108.8

116 2
115 6
120 4
109 2
118 1
109,8

132.1

..

Sept.

129 6
127.3
131 2
121.8
137.7
135.4

... .

Aug.

132 1

132.1

129.5

124.6

118.1

113.4

110 8

109 3

110.9

111 8

85.1
88 3
101.0
119.3
106.5
103 7

84.8
88.3
111.0
119.4
106.1
103.3

82.9
86.1
112.0
119.4
105.5
102.7

79.5
81 2
90.0
118.9
103.9
101 1

75.1
76.3
103.0
117.8
101.5
98 6

71.9
73.3
98.0
117.2
99.8
96 4

70.1
70 8
83.0
116.6
97 6
94 5

69.0
69 4
88.0
116.1
96 4
93 6

69.9
69.6
111.0
116.0
95.7
93 2

70.3
70 0
124 0
116.2
95 9
93 2

99 4
96 4
127.1
126.8
190 4
191 4
183.5
183.6
160.0
157.9
151.7
172.5 "i72!4"

93 5
126.7
191.3
183.2
154.6

91 1
127 0
192 3
183.0
152 4 i
153.1
179.1

90 0
89 6
126 9 " 127.1
193 3
194 5
183.7
1S3.9
152 5
152.9

Capacity utilization (percent)1
85.4
Manufacturing, ... ,
88.9
Industrial materials industries .
106.0
Construction contracts 3
3
Nonagricultural employment, total . . . 119.3
106.9
Goods-producing, total
104 1
Manufacturing total
Manufacturing, production
103 4
worker
126,1
Service-producing
186.4
Personal income, total 4
180.9
Wage and salary disbursements
159.7
Manufacturing
Disposable personal income 4
Retail sales*
"l73.'3'

Prices"
22 Consumer
.
23 Producer finished) goods J

180



....

148.0
148.1

102 2
102 7
101 4
126.6
126.3
127.1
188.5
190 2
187 3
182.4
181.3
184.0
161.1
162.3
160.3
149.3
178.0 "i74.'8" "i73.*4*
149 9
150.6

151.7
152.1

153,0
155.2

154.3
157.7

155.4
158.0

"i7s!9"
156.1
159.3

157 2
159.3

'ii's'.Y

"177.V

89 8
127 4
196 6
185.2
158 3
163.5
184.4

157 8
158.9

158.6
160.0

159 1
161.2

45. Selected measures of nonfinancial business activity—Continued
1967 — 100; monthly and quarterly data are seasonally adjusted. Exceptions are noted.

1975

19 76

Measure
June

2
3
4
5
6
7

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Prices6
22 Consumer
23 Producer finished goods 7 ;

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

118.4

121.0

122.1

122.2

123.5

124.4

126.1

128.1

128.7

129.0

120.9
119.7
126.6
110 0
125.0
114 5

122.3
120.8
127.5
111.4
127.9
119 0

122.8
121.5
129.0
111.3
127.6
121 0

122.4
120.9
128.7
110.0
128.0
122.0

123.8
122.3
131.1

no.o
129.3
123.1

124.9
123.5
132.3
111.5
129.9
123.3

126.1
124.3
133.1
112.1
133.1
126 0

127.8
125.8
135.0
113 2
135.1
128 6

128 0
126.1
135 5
113 3
134 9
129 9

128 4
126.5
136 2
113 0
135 7
130 0

117.0

119.7

121.4

121.2

122.7

123.6

125.3

127.6

128 4

128 8

71.9
71.5
120.0
116.1
95.6
93.1

73 3
72.6
99.0
116.5
95.6
93.0

74 8
75.2
125.0
117.2
96.5
93.8

75.7
76.4
94.0
117.4
97.2
94.6

75.5
76.7
99.0
117.8
97.6
95.0

76.2
77.3
91.0
117.9
97.7
95.0

76.6
77.2
83.0
118.3
98.1
95.4

77 5
78.6
114.0
119.0
99.0
96.1

78 8
80.1
110.0
119.4
99.3
96 6

79 0
80.8
116.0
119.8
99.7
97 1

79 1
8<K6
125.0
120.2
100.2
97 7

89 7
127 4
201 4
186.6
154 7

89 7
128 0
201 1
187.8
155 9

91 8
128 5
205 3
191.8
160 7

92 3
128 9
207 1
193.8
162 2

93 7
130 0
211 7
199.7
169 1

95 6
131 2
216 5
204.8
174 2

191 1

191 6

197 4

201 0

94 3
130 5
213 8
201.6
171 3
172 0
201 5

94 g
130 9
214 6
202.7
172 9

187 8

92 4
129.0
208 5
195.7
163 8
168.1
194.9

92 9
129 4
209 5
197.1
166 4

185 4

90 9
128 5
203 6
190.2
158 6
164.3
190 3

201 6

203 9

160 6
162.5

Capacity utilization (percent) l
Manufacturing
..
Industrial materials industries
Construction contracts 2
Nonagricultural employment, total3. . .
Goods-producing, total
Manufacturing, total
Manufacturing, production
worker
Service-producing
Personal income, total 4
Wage and salary disbursements
Manufacturing
Disposable personal income4
Retail sales e. .

Oct.

114.6

Industry groupings
8 Manufacturing

Sept.

118.8
H8.2
124.3
109 8
120.8
112 6

Market groupings
Products total
Final, total
Consumer goods
Equipment
Intermediate
Materials

Aug.

116.4

1 Industrial production, total

July

162 3
164 5

162 8
164 9

163 6
166 2

164 6
168.0

165 6
168.0

166 3
168 5

166 7
168 8

167 1
168 2

167 5
168 0

168 2
169 0

. Mar.

1976

Apr.

1977

May

2
3
4
5
6
7

Market groupings
Products total
Final, total
Consumer goods
Equipment
Intermediate
Materials

. .

Industry groupings
8 Manufacturing

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

130.1

1 Industrial production, total

June
130 7

131 2

132 0

131 3

131 3

132 6

133 6

133 7

134 5

136 3

129 0
127.1
137 1
113.4
135 9
131.7

129
127
137
113
136
132

130
128
137
115
137
133

1
1
5
1
7
0

130 6
128.5
137 8
115 6
138 4
134 2

130 0
127.5
136 8
114 7
139 2
133 3

130 2
127.9
137 5
114 7
139 0
133 0

132
130
139
117
139
133

1
1
4
3
4
5

133 5
131.7
141 4
118 4
140 1
133 8

134
132
141
119
141
133

134
132
142
119
140
134

135
134
144
119
141
137

129 9

130 5

131 4

131 8

131 4

131 3

132 6

133 7

133 6

134 1

136 3

5
6
5
8
6
7

1
0
4
2
6
2

4
6
1
7
8
8

7
1
5
9
6
3

Capacity utilization (percent) J
9 Manufacturing
10 Industrial materials industries
..
1 1 Construction contracts 2
12 Nonagricultural employment, total 8. . .
13 Goods-producing total
14
Manufacturing total
15
Manufacturing, production
worker
16 Service-producing
. ..
17 Personal income total *
18 Wage and salary disbursements
19
Manufacturing
...
20 Disposable personal income 4
21 Retail sales 6

79 6
81 4
124 0
120.4
100 1
97 7

79 7
81 9
119 0
120.5
100 0
97 7

80 1
81 8
129 0
120.8
100 3
97 9

80 1
82 4
115 0
121.0
100 3
97 9

79 8
81 6
123 0
U1.4
100 9
98 5

79 5
81 2
145 0
121.3
100 4
97 9

80 1
81 4
126 0
121.8
101 0
98 5

80 5
81 3
109 0
122.0
101 1
98 6

80 2
80 8
124 0
122.4
101 5
99 1

80 4
81 5
129 0
122.8
102 1
99 5

81 5
82 7
126 0
123.4
103 0
100 0

95 5
131 5
217 8
206.3
175 6
174 7
203 0

95 4
131 7
218 6
206.7
176 1

95 5
132 0
220 8
208.4
177 5

96 3
132 6
224 1
211.6
179 9

95 3
132 8
225 9
213.1
180 0

96 5
133 9
232 2
218.9
187 2

209 6

211 8

219 3

219 3

96 8
134 1
234 9
221.2
189 9
186 6
223 4

97 6
134 6
237 8
223.6
192 8

207 5

96 0
133 1
228 8
215.7
183 5
182 5
214 2

96 0
133 4
230 8
217.3
185 5

207 0

95 6
132 3
222 5
210.2
179 0
178 1
208 9

Prices*
22 Consumer.
23 Producer finished goods 7

169 2
169 4

170 1
169 9

171 1
170 5

171 9
170 0

172 6
170 7

173 3
172 2

173 8
172 3

174 3
174 0

175 3
175 1

177 1
176 6

178 2
177 5




225 1

181

45. Selected measures of nonfinancial business activity—Continued
1967 <= 100; monthly and quarterly data are seasonally adjusted. Exceptions are noted.

1977

1978

Measure

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan,

Feb.

1 Industrial production, total

137.1

138.0

138.9

139.0

139.3

139.6

140.1

140.3

140.5

140.0

140.3

Market groupings
2 Products, total. ,
3 Final, total .
4
Consumer goods . ,
5
Equipment
6 Intermediate. ,
7! Materials. .

136,6
135,1
144.6
122.1
142.1
137.8

137,4
135.7
145.2
122.7
143.7
138.9

138.4
136.7
146.3
123.5
144.8
139.6

138.9
137.2
146.8
124.0
145.3
139.2

139.3
137.3
146.5
124.6
147.0
139.1

139.7
137.6
146.4
125.5
147.4
139.5

139.7
137.5
147.1
124.2
148.0
140.6

139,7
137.2
146.6
124.4
14S.7
14!,. 2

140.2
137,6
146.2
125.9
149.8
140.8

139.1
136.0
143.2
126.1
150.5
146.4

140.0
137.3
145.2
126.5
150.2
140.7

Industry groupings
8 Manufacturing

137.0

138.1

139.0

139.5

139.7

140.1

140.8

140.9

141.5

140.4

140,7

81.7
82.8
174.0
124.0
103.8
100.6

82.1
83.3
194.0
124.6
104.4
101.1

82.4
83.5
186.0
125.2
104.8
101,4

82.5
82.9
179.0
125. 6
105. C
101.6

82.4
82.7
161.0
125.9
105.1
101.7

82.4
82.6
171.0
126.6
105.4
101.8

82.6
83.1
148.0
127.0
105.7
102.1

82.5
83.2
155.0
127.5
106.1
102.5

82.6
82.8
180.0
127.8
106.2
103.1

81.7
82.8
172,0
128.3
106.6
103.6

81.7
82.2
162.0
128.8
106.8
104.0

98.3
135.1
239.3
225.4
194.2

99.2
136.3
242.4
229.1
198.5

99.3
136.8
245.3
231.1
199.9

101.3
140,2
258.3
243.3
209.3

229.9

236.8

100.1
139,2
254.9
239.6
205.7
203.2
240.2

100.8
139,7
257.4
240.8
208.2

226.2

99.2
99.3
137.3
138.2
247.0
249.0
232.5
234.6
200.5
202.3
197.6
231.4 "23316

99.6
138.6
252.1
237.8
204.4

226.4

98.8
135.7
240.9
227.5
196.3
192.0
226.8

238,7

236.5

101.7
140.8
260.3
245.5
212.8
208.3
240.3

179.6
178.8

180.6
180.3

181,8
180.5

182.6
181.3

183.3
181.3

184.5
183.9

185.4
184.6

186.1
185.5

187.2
187.0

18.84
188.5

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Capacity utilization (percent) *
Manufacturing
Industrial materials industries
Construction contracts a
....
Nonagricultural employment, total 3 . . .
Goods-producing, total
Manufacturing, total
Manufacturing, production
worker
Service-producing
Personal income, total 4
Wage and salary disbursements
Manufacturing
Disposable personal income 4
Retail sales6

Prices 8 ,
22 Consumer
23 Producer finished goods7

184.0
181.9

!

1978
Mar.
1 Industrial production, total
2
3
4
5
6
7

Market groupings
Products, total
Final, total .
Consumer goods
Equipment, .
Intermediate
Materials

Industry groupings
8 Manufacturing

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

142.1

144.4

144.8

146.1

147.1

148.0

148.6

149.7

150.6

151,8

142.1
139.9
147.5
129.4
150.4
142.2

143.8
141.6
149.5
130.7
152.0
145.4

143.8
141.4
149.0
131.0
152.4
146.5

144.6
142.1
149.3
132.3
154.0
148.3

145.6
143.2
149.8
134.0
154.7
149.3

146.6
134.2
150.5
135.3
155.6
150.2

146.9
144.5
150.8
135.9
155.6
151.2

147.5
145.1
151.2
136.6
156.4
153.2

148.0
145.3
151.3
137.1
157.8
154.5

149.0
146,1
151.5
138.6
159.9
156.2

142.7

144.9

145.2

146.4

147.7

148.6

149.6

150,7

151.6

152.9

Capacity utilisation (percent) 1
9 Manufacturing,
10 Industrial materials industries
11 Construction contracts a
12 Nonagricultural employment, total 8
13 Goods-producing total
14
Manufacturing, total
15
Manufacturing, production workei
16 Service-producing
17 Personal income, total*
18 Wage and salary disbursements
19
Manufacturing
20 Disposable personal income *
21 Retail sales 6

82.7
82.8
153.0
129.5
107.7
104.5
102,2
141.5
264.0
249.4
216.9

83.8
84.5
169.0
130.6
109.3
104.8
102.5
142.3
267.6
253.3
218.5

84.3
85.7
153.0
131.6
110.1
105.2
102.7
143,4
272.0
257.2
220.7

84.8
86.1
173.0
131.7
110.3
105,3
102.7
143.5
276.1
259.6
223.2

86.0
87.6
193.0
132.9
111.3
106.1
103.5
144.7
284.2
267.1
229.4

252.0

253.0

"ieo.'i'

" 263 !s'

86.3
88.1
173.0
133,5
112,1
106.8
104.4
145.2
287.5
270.0
233.3
227.7
268.1

86.8
88.8
184.0
133.9
112.7
107.4
105.0
145.6
291.5
272.9
236.8

248.9

85.2
86.4
177.0
132.0
110.3
105.3
102.7
143.9
277.9
260.8
223.5
220.4
257.2

85.5
86.8
182.0
132.3.
110.6
105.5
102.9
144.2
280.3
263.4
226.2

244.8

83.8
84.9
202.0
131.0
109.6
105.0
102.6
142.8
269.3
254.4
218.8
214.6
250.4

271.0

Prices'
22 Consumer
23 Producer finished goods 7

189.8
189.1

191.5
191.5

193.3
193.1

195.3
194.5

196.7
196.0

197.8
195.6

199.3
197.1

200.9
199.6

202.0
200,3

202.9
202.5

1,82



46. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization
A. Output
1967 = 100; quarterly data are seasonally adjusted.

1974

Series

1975

1976

1977

1974

1978

19 75

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

1 Manufacturing

129.4

116.3

130.3

138.4

146.7

130.1

131.3

132.1

124.1

111.2

112.4

119 4

122 5

2 Primary processing *
3 Advanced processing ^

137.9
124 8

119.8
114 5

137.5
126 4

145.8
134 5

155.7
142 0

140.4
124 5

141.1
125 9

141.2
127 2

128.8
121 6

112.4
110 3

114.0
111 8

124.3
116 8

128.9
119 1

4 Materials3

132.4

115.5

131.7

138.6

148.3

134.6

134.6

135.2

125.2

110.7

110 4

118 2

122 8

132 7
5 Durable goods
124.1
6 Metal
142.6
7 Nondurable goods
8 Textile, paper, and chemical. . . 148.0
110.5
9
Textile
10
Paper
. . 132 4
170.8
11
Chemical.
119 2
12 Energy
...

109 1
98.8
126.6
129.0
100.6
113 2
147.9
117 2

128.0
112.6
147.8
152.4
113.9
131.0
178.1
120.7

136.1
112.6
155.6
160.8
111.7
133.6
193.4
123.4

149.0
122.2
165.6
171.8
116.9
137.0
210.0
125 3

134.5
125.8
146.6
151.5
120.7
134.1
172.1
119 9

134.4
125.9
146.6
152.5
117.3
135 6
174.8
120 3

136 3
126.0
145.8
152.2
111.3
134 5
177.3
119 6

125 5
118.7
131.2
135.6
91.9
125 3
159 1
117 1

106.3
104,3
113.8
114.7
80.3
110 0
132.0
117 6

103 5
94.2
119.0
120.3
94.9
104 0
138'0
116 4

111 6
98 4
132.5
135.3
110 7
115 7
153 9
116 4

115 1
97 7
141 4
146.3
118 2
124 0
167 7
118 5

1976

19 77

1978

01

1

2 Primary processing 2
3 Advanced processing
4 Materials

...

3

5 Durable goods
6 Metal
7 Nondurable goods
8 Textile, paper, and chemical
9
Textile
10
Paper
11
Chemical
12 Energy




Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

127 1

1 Manufacturing

Q2

129.7

131.5

132 5

134 7

138 0

139 8

141 1

141 3

145 5

148 6

151 7

134.3
123 3

137.0
125.9

139.2
127.4

139.5
128.7

141.0
131.3

146.0
133.9

147.3
135.8

149.0
136 8

149.0
137.1

154.1
141.0

158.2
143 6

162.2
146 1

128 2

131.5

133.5

133.4

135.1

138 8

139 3

140 9

141 4

146 7

150 2

154 6

122.4
106 6
146.0
151 0
115.9
129 5
175 0
120.0

127.8
113.8
147.9
152.7
115.7
132 1
177.3
120.0

131.5
118.7
148.1
152.3
114.2
130.2
178.0
120.3

130.2
111.1
149.0
153.6
109.8
131 2
182.0
122.0

131.6
109.6
152.1
156.7
110.4
131 1
187.4
122.4

136.6
116.9
155.8
161.6
110.1
133 9
195.4
122.9

136.5
109.9
156.7
162 0
111.5
135 0
195.2
124.2

139.4
113 1
157.6
162 9
115.3
134 1
195 4
123.9

140.5
111.9
160.9
167 0
115.8
136 8
201.6
119.4

146.0
118.1
165.2
170 8
116.5
138 6
207, 7
125.7

151.9
126 6
165.9
172 2
116 0
134 1
212 3
126.9

157.3
132 2
170 3
177 1
119 5
138 1
218 0
128.9

183

46. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization—Continued

B, Capacity
1967 output = 100; quarterly data are seasonally adjusted.

1974

Series

1975

1976

1977

1974

1978

1975

Ql

4 Materials

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

154.4

168.9

173.9

152.1

153.7

155.2

156.8

158. 1

159.0

160.0

160,9

167.8
161.7

173.6
166.4

179.2
171.0

154.7
150.7

156.3
152.3

157.8
153.9

159.4
155.5

160.^
156,7

162.0
157.5

163.2
158.3

164.4
159.1

157.5

162.3

167.5

173.2

149.7

151.2

152.7

154.2

155 .«

156.9

158.2

159.2

156.2
134.1
159.4
164.5
132.9
138.5
188.8
132.6

5 Durable goods
6 Metal . .
....
7 Nondurable goods
8 Textile, paper, and chemical . . .
9
Textile.
10
Paper
11
Chemical
12 Energy
,

163.8

162.6
157.9

151.9

...

3

159.5

157.0
153.1

1 IVfanufacturing
2 Primary processing * 2
3 Advanced processing

Q2

162.2
135.6
166.8
172.8
133.9
140.0
202.8
134.6

167.0
136.9
173.9
180.6
134.9
141.5
216.3
136.6

172.2
138.0
181.1
188.4
135.5
143.7
229.6
139.7

177.8
139.1
187.8
195.5
136.1
146.5
241.0
144.2

153.6
133.5
156.5
161.4
132.5
137.9
183.5
132.0

155.4
134.0
158.4
163.5
132.7
138.3
187.0
132.3

157.1
134.4
160.3
165.5
133.0
138.8
190.5
132.8

158.9
134.6
162.3
167.7
133.3
139.2
194.1
133.2

160,4
135J1
164.!
169.8
133.1)
139. (J
197.7
133.7

161. 7
135.5
165.9
171.8
133.8
139.9
201 . 1
134.3

162.9
135.7
167.7
173.8
134.0
140.1
204 . 6
O4.9

164.0
135.9
169.4
175.8
134.3
140.4
208.0
135.5

1976

1977

1978

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

1 Manufacturing

162.0

163.2

164.4

165.6

166.9

168.2

169.6

170,9

172.2

173.3

174.5

175.6

2 Primary processing 1
3 Advanced processing ^

165.7
160.0

167.1
161.1

168.6
162.2

170. C
163.3

171.4
164.5

172.9
165.8

174.4
167.0

175.9
168.3

177.3
169.4

178.6
170.5

179.9
171,6

181.2
172,7

160.6

161.7

162.9

164.1

165.3

166.8

168.2

169.7

171.1

172.5

173.9

175.4

165.2
136.4
171.2
177.7
134.5
140.7
211.4
136.0

166.4
136.7
172,9
179.6
134.8
141.3
214.7
136.4

167.6
137.0
174.7
181.6
135.0
141.8
218.0
136.8

168.3 170.2
137.it 137.5
176.7 178.3
183.7 185.4
135.. '1 135.4
142. :> 142.8
221. :s 224.6
137.1 137.9

171.5
137.8
180.2
187.4
135.5
143.4
227.9
139.1

172.8
138.3
182.1
189.5
135.5
144.0
231.3
140,3

174.2
138.3
183.8
191.3
135.5
144.6
234.7
141.5

175,5
138 ,6
185 .5
193.1
135 .7
145 3
23? 5
142 6

177.1
138.9
187.1
194.8
136.0
146.1
239.9
143.7

178.5
139.3
188.5
196.2
136.3
146.9
242.2
144,7

180,1
139.6
190.2
197.9
136.6
147.8
244.6
145.7

..

4 Materials 3
5 Durable goods
6 Metal
..
7 Nondurable goods
8 Textile, paper and chemical
9
Textile
10
Paper
....
11
Chemical
12 Energy

184



46. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization—Continued
C. Capacity utilization 4
Percent; quarterly data are seasonally adjusted.

1974

Series

1975

1976

1977

1974

1978
Ql

19 75

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

1 Manufacturing

83.8

72.9

79.5

81.9

84.4

85.5

85.5

85.1

79.1

70.3

70.7

74.6

76.1

2 Primary processing 1 2
3 Advanced processing

87.8
81.5

73.7
72.5

81.9
78.2

84.0
80.8

86.9
83.0

90.8
82.6

90.3
82.7

89.4
82.7

80.8
78.2

69.9
70.4

70.4
71.0

76.2
73 8

78.4
74 9

4 Materials a

87.1

73.4

81.1

82.7

85.6

89.9

89.0

88,5

81.2

71 2

70 4

74 7

77 1

84.9
92.5
89.4
90.0
83.2
95 6
90.5
89 9

67.3
72.9
75.9
74.7
75.1
80 9
72.9
87 1

76.7
82.3
85.0
84.4
84.4
92 5
82.3
88 4

79.0
81.6
85.9
85.4
82.5
93 0
84.2
88 4

83.8
87.8
88.2
87.9
85.9
93.5
87.1
86 9

87.6
94.2
93.7
93.9
91.2
97 3
93.8
90 8

86.5
93.9
92.5
93.3
88.4
98 0
93.5
90 9

86.7
93.7
90.9
91.9
83.7
96 9
93 1
90 0

79.0
88.1
80.8
80.9
68.9
90 0
82 0
87 9

66.3
77.2
69.3
67.6
60.1
78 8
66 8
87 9

64.0
69.6
71.8
70.0
71.0
74 3
68 6
86 7

68.5
72 5
79.0
77.8
82 6
,82 6
75 2
86 3

70.2
71 8
83.5
83.3
88.0
88 3
80.6
87 4

5 Durable goods
6 Metal
:
7 Nondurable goods
8 Textile, paper, and chemical . . .
9
Textile
10
Paper
11
Chemical
12 Energy

1977

19 76

19 78

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

78 4

79 5

80 0

80 0

80 7

82 1

82 4

82 6

82 0

83 9

85 2

86 4

2 Primary processing ^ 2
3 Advanced processing

81 0
77.0

81 9
78 1

82 6
78.5

82 1
78.8

82 2
79.8

84 4
80 8

84 5
81 3

84 7
81 3

84 0
80 9

86 3
82.7

87 9
83 7

89 5
84.6

4 Materials 3

79 8

81.3

81.9

81.3

81.7

83 2

82 8

83 0

82 6

85.0

86 4

88.2

74 1
78.1
85 3
84 9
86.1
92.0
82 8
88.3

76 8
83.3
85 6
85.0
85.8
93.5
82 6
87.9

78 5
86.6
84 7
83.9
84.6
91 8
81 7
88 0

77 1
80.9
84 3
83.7
81.2
92.2
82 3
88 9

77 3
79.6
85 2
84 5
81.5
91 8
83 4
88 7

79 7
84.8
86 4
86 2
81.3
93 3
85 7
88 3

79 0
79.5
86 1
85 5
82.3
93 7
84 4
88 5

80 0
81.8
85 8
85 2
85.0
92 8
83 3
87 6

80 0
80.7
86 7
86 5
85.3
94 1
84 9
83.7

82 4
85.1
88 3
87.7
85.6
94 9
86 6
87.5

85 1
90.9
88 0
87 8
85.1
91 3
87 6
87.7

87 4
94.7
89 6
89.5
87.5
93.4
89 1
88.5

1 Manufacturing

.

. . .

5 Durable goods
6 Metal
7 Nondurable goods .
8 Textile, paper, and chemical. , . ,
9
Textile
10
Paper
11
Ohemi ca 1
12 Energy




185

47. Industrial production1
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted.

Grouping

1967
proportion

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1978
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Index (1967 = 100)

MAJOR MARKET
. ...

100.0

129.3

117.8

130.5

138.2

146.1

140.0

140.3

142.1

2 Products
3 Final products
4
Consumer goods
5
Equipment
6 Intermediate products
7 Materials

127.3
125.1
128.9
120.0
135.3
132.4

119.3
118.2
124.0
110.2
123.1
115.5

129.7
127.6
137.1
114.6
137.2
131.7

137.9
135.9
145.3
123.0
145.1
138.6

144.8
142.2
149.1
132.8
154.1
148.3

139.1
136.0
143.2
126.1
150.5
141.3

140,0
137.3
145.2
126.5
150.2
140.7

142.1
139.9
147.5
129.4
150.4
142.2

1 Total index

.

. . . . .

.

. . .

60.71
47.82
27.68
20.14
12.89
39.39

.

7.89
2.83
2.03
1.90
.80

135.3
132.8
121.0
107.9
162.6

121.4
125.8
113.7
101.1
156.6

141.9
155.7
149.8
132.1
170.5

154.0
175.6
169.3
148.4
191.8

159.2
179.9
172.5
148.6
198.5

147.5
157.6
145.4
127.4
188.8

151.5
163.9
153.9
131.5
189.1

157.6
176.4
171.0
149.6
190.3

...

5.06
1.40
1.33
1.07
2.59

136.8
127.0
128.3
145.2
138.5

118.8
98.0
100.2
126.8
126.9

134.1
114.6
117.1
146.6
139.6

141.9
127.8
130.9
155.3
144.0

147.7
133.3
135.4
164.2
148.6

141.8
120.8
122.4
159.1
146.0

144.5
131.6
134.4
160.7
144.8

147.1
134.3
137.4
161.2
148.1

18 Nondurable consumer goods
...
19 Clothing
20 Consumer staples
...
21
Consumer foods and tobacco

19.79
4.29
15.50
8.33

126.3
117.1
128.9
122.7

125.1
111.6
128.8
122.8

135.2
126.6
137.6
131.5

141.9
131.8
144.7
136.5

145.1
131.1
148.9
140.6

141.5
124.2
146.3
137.7

142.7
127.9
146.8
138.7

143.4
129.8
147.2
139.2

7.17
2.63
1.92
2.62
1.45

136.1
154.3
110.5
136.6
144.8

135.8
151.3
106.9
141.6
152.3

144.6
167.7
113.6
144.2
150.8

154.1
184.8
117.5
150.2
156.2

158.5
192.7
118.4
153.6
162.1

156.3
188.2
121.0
150.2
159.1

156,2
188.9
118.9
150.7
162.1

156.5
188.3
118.4
152.6
162.9

12.63
6.77
1.44
3.85
1.47

142.4
129.9
159.7
113.1
144.8

128.2
121.2
168.3
99.9
130.8

135.4
125.5
168.1
105.8
135.3

147.8
135.0
188.9
113.4
138.8

160.3
145.8
207.3
121.2
149.4

152.0
141.6
200.7
118.5
U4.3

153.6
141.6
203.3
117.7
143.7

156,5
143.8
206.9
119.0
146.6

5.86
3.26
1.93
.67

156.7
182.4
119.1
139.7

136.3
157.8
101.9
130.6

146.8
178.7
98.7
130.3

162.5
197.8
113.5
132.0

177.2
212.0
133.8
132.8

.164.1
203 . 1
U2.1
123.6

167.5
205.2
117.0
129.1

171.1
205.9
125.8
131.8

7.51

82.4

80.0

79.8

81.3

86.5

"82.6

80.8

83.9

6.42
6.47
1.14

134.5
136.0
146.9

116.3
129.7
150.6

132.6
141.7
157.1

140.6
149.5
162.8

151.7
156.5
168.2

148.3
152.6
J64.3

147.3
153.0
164.9

146.9
153,8
165,1

20.35
4.58
5.44
10.34
5.57

132.7
117.5
146.5
132.1
125.9

109.1
97.7
118.9
109.0
99.1

128.0
123.6
137.2
125.1
111.8

136.1
133.3
147.3
131.5
112.0

149.0
140.8
166.5
143.3
121.2

140.7
135.1
156.0
135.2
111.4

139.7
132.5
154.0
135.4
112.5

141.1
133.7
159.9
134.6
111.1

10.47
7.62
1.85
1.62
4.15
1.70
1.14

142.6
148.0
110.5
132.4
170.8
137.1
114.2

126.6
129.0
100.6
113.2
147.9
127.9
108.3

147.8
152.5
113.9
131.0
178.1
144.6
121.2

155.6
160.8
111.7
133.6
193.4
151.2
127.1

165.6
171.8
116.9
137.0
210=0
159.8
132.7

158.7
165.3
115.6
136.8
198.7
151.4
124.8

161.0
166.7
116.8
136.4
200.8
156.9
128.9

162.9
168.9
114.9
137.1
205.4
157.9
130.6

8.48
4.65
3.82

119.2
109.5
131.0

117.2
108,3
128.0

120.7
107.2
137.1

123.5
108.0
142.2

125.3
112.6
140.8

121.3
103.0
143.5

117.9
101.3
138.1

119.0
107.2
133.3

9.35
12.23
3.76
8.48

127.7
125.5
139.7
119.2

115.5
125.5
144.3
117.2

130.7
129.1
148.1
120.7

137.2
132.9
154.1
123.5

140.0
135.4
158.0
125.3

133. 7
131.5
£54.5
121.3

136.9
129.3
155.0
117.9

139.2
130.5
156,4
119.0

...

Consumer goods
8 Durable consumer goods
9 Automotive products
10
Autos and utility vehicles . . .
11
Autos
12
Auto parts and allied goods
. "
13
14
15
16
17

22
23
24
25
26

Home goods
. .
Appliances, A/C, and TV
Appliances and TV
Carpeting and furniture
Miscellaneous home goods

...
...

. .

.....
1

t

. . . .
.

. . . .

. .

Intermediate products
37 Construction supplies
38 Business supplies . . . . .
39 Commercial energy products
Materials
40 Durable goods materials
41 Durable consumer parts
42 Equipment parts
43 Durable materials n.c.c
44
Basic metal materials

.

52 Energy materials
53 Primary energy
54 Converted fuel materials
Supplementary groups
55 Home goods and clothing
56 Energy, total
.....
57 Products
58 Materials

. . . .

..

...

.

..

...

45 Nondurable goods materials
46 Textile, paper, and chemical materials.
47
Textile materials
48
Paper materials
.
49
Chemical materials
50 Containers, nondurable
51 Nondurable materials n.e.c
...




. .

....

.
...

Commercial, transit, and farm
Commercial
.
Transit
Farm
...

36 Defense and space

186

...

Nonfood staples
.
Consumer chemical products
Consumer paper products
Consumer energy products
Residential utilities
, .

Equipment
27 Business
28 Industrial
29
Building and mining
30
Manufacturing
31
Power
32
33
34
35

.

...
., .,
...

. . . . .
,

47.—Continued
1978

Grouping

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Index (1967 = 100)

MAJOR MARKET
1 Total index

144.4

144.8

146.1

147.1

148.0

148.6

149.7

150.6

151.8

2 Products
3 Final products. . .
...
4
Consumer goods
5
Equipment.
.f
6 Intermediate products
7 Materials

. . . .

143.8
141.6
149.5
130.7
152.0
145.4

143.8
141.4
149.0
131.0
152.4
146.5

144.6
142.1
149.3
132.3
154.0
148.3

145.6
143.2
149.8
134.0
154.7
149.3

146.6
144.2
150.6
135.3
155.6
150.2

146.9
144.5
150.8
135.9
155.6
151.2

147.5
145.1
151.2
136.6
156.4
153.2

148.0
145.3
151.3
137.1
157.8
154.5

149.0
146.1
151.5
138.6
159.9
156.2

.

162.4
185.9
182.9
159.2
193.6

160.2
181.2
175.4
151.5
195.8

161.1
181.6
174.5
150.1
199.4

162.1
183.8
176.7
152.7
201.9

161.5
183.5
174.9
150.2
205.5

160.5
179.5
170.0
144.2
203.7

162.6
187.6
181.0
154.7
204.3

162.9
190.2
185,0
159.7
203.2

161.8
186.9
179.2
151.9
206.5

149.2
140.3
142.8
161.9
148.8

148.4
137.8
140.3
164.2
147.7

149.6
140.1
142.4
166.8
147.7

150.0
138.8
141.3
168.2
148.6

149.2
132.4
133.1
167.1
150.9

149.9
136.2
137.5
167.9
149.9

148.6
132.3
132.9
165.3
150.5

147.6
129.1
130.1
164.2
150,7

147.7
129.8
130.6
164.3
150.6

18 Nondurable consumer goods
19 Clothing
20 Consumer staples
21
Consumer foods and tobacco

144.3
131.4
147.9
140.7

144.6
130.8
148.4
140.5

144.5
131.1
148.3
140.0

144.9
130.4
148.9
141.1

146.3
133.3
149.9
141.9

147.0
135.0
150.3
141.4

146.6
132.6
150.5
141.4

146.7
132.4
150.6
141.7

147.3
132.2
151.5
143.2

22
23
24
25
26

156.3
189.4
116.8
152.1
162.5

157.6
191.0
117.5
153.5
162.2

157.9
191.9
118.0
153,0
162.1

158.0
193.3
117.8
152.3
161.7

159.2
194.1
118.4
154.0
161.7

160.6
196.1
119.8
155.0
162.2

161.1
198.3
118.0
155.3
163.0

161.0
195.9
119.0
156.8
162.7

161.2
196.5
118,0
157.6
162.5

Equipment
27 Business
....
28 Industrial
29
Building and mining
30
Manufacturing
31
Power

158.0
144.1
208.9
118.8
146.5

158.4
145.1
207.9
120.6
147.4

160.1
146.1
210.5
121.6
147.0

161.7
147,0
210.3
121.4
151.7

163.4
148.0
209.0
123.2
153.3

163.8
147.6
208.4
122.8
153.0

164.8
148.1
208,8
123.4
153.0

165.0
147.6
207.8
123.3
152.1

166.8
148.4
206.3
124.5
154.2

32
33
34
35

174.1
207.1
134.2
128.4

173.7
207.6
132.8
127.0

176.2
211.6
131.9
131.7

178.8
214.4
134.7
132.4

181.2
215.3
139.2
136.0

182.5
217.6
139.5
135.7

184.1
218.2
143.3
135.5

185.0
217.8
145.7
138.5

188.0
218.7
151.0
144.6

84.9

84.9

85.6

87.5

87.9

89.0

148.9
155.1
165.3

149.9
154.9
166.6

151.5
156.5
167.3

152.4
156.9
167.8

153.8
157.4
169.5

153.5
157.7
170.2

154.5
158.4
170.0

156.1
159.6
171.3

158.3
161.5
173.0

144.7
138.0
161.8
138.6
116.7

145.5
138.1
I63.il
139.4
116.7

147.7
140.3
165.7
141.5
118.8

150.5
142.3
169.4
144.2
122.1

151.9
142.1
168.8
147.3
126.5

153.4
145.1
170.7
148.0
127.0

155.5
147.0
172.9
150.1
129.3

157.0
147.2
176.7
151.0
130.2

159. 5
148.6
179.2
154.0
132.0

164.6
169.9
116.6
138.3
206.1
160.3
135.8

164.8
170.3
116.3
138.2
207.0
160.4
134.5

166.3
172.3
116.5
139.4
210.1
160.8
134.3

164.5
171.3
115.5
134.6
210.7
154.2
134.2

165.3
170.7
115.6
130.0
211.2
162.6
133.7

167.8
174 6
116.8
137.7
214.9
160.7
132.5

168.8
175.3
119.7
137.3
214.9
163.9
133.2

170.2
177.1
118.8
137.9
218.4
163.1
135.2

171.9
178.9
120.1
139.1
220.8
164.8
135.7

123.4
114.2
134.6

126.2
115.4
139.4

127.6
116.2
141.6

127.7
116,5
141.5

127.5
115.6
141.9

125.6
111.5
142.7

128.6
116.7
143.0

129.3
117.0
144.4

128.8
116.1
144.4

141.0
133.5
156.1
123.4

140.3
135.8
157.5
126.2

141.1
136.8
157.3
127.6

141.0
136.7
157.0
127.7

141.9
137.1
158.7
127.5

143.0
136.0
159.6
125.6

141.2
138.2
159.8
128.6

140.6
139.1
161.2
129.3

140.6
139.1
162.2
128.8

...
...

Consumer goods
8 Durable consumer goods
9 Automotive products
10
Autos and utility vehicles
11
Autos
12
Auto parts and allied goods
13
14
15
16
17

Home goods
Appliances, A/C and TV
Appliances and TV
Carpeting and furniture
Miscellaneous home goods

. .

.....

...
....

Nonfood staples
Consumer chemical products. .
Consumer paper products
Consumer energy products . . . .
Residential utilities

Commercial, transit and farm
Commercial
Transit
Farm

36 Defense and space
Intermediate products
37 Construction supplies
38 Business supplies
39 Commercial energy products

.

Materials
40 Durable goods materials
41 Durable consumer parts
42 Equipment parts
43 Durable materials n e.c
44
Basic metal materials

....
. . . .

45 Nondurable goods materials .
46 Textile paper, and chemical materials
47
Textile materials
48
Paper materials
.. .
49
Chemical materials
...
50 Containers nondurable
51 Nondurable materials n e e
52 Energy materials
.
53 Primary energy
54 Converted fuel materials
Supplementary groups
55 Home goods and clothing
56 Energy, total
57 Products
. .
58 Materials
.




.i .

. .
. . . .

...

89.3

90.3

91.4

187

47. Industrial production 1—Continued
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted.

Grouping

SIC
code

1967
proportion

1974

1975

1976

. ...

1978

1978
Ian.

Feb.

Mar.

Index (1967 = 100)

MAJOR INDUSTRY
1 Mining and utilities
2 Mining
3 Utilities
4
Electric
5 Manufacturing
.
6
Nondurable
7 Durable

1977 i

12.05
6.36
5.69
3.88
87.95
35.97
51.98

,

128.7
115.3
143.7
154.9
129.4
134.6
125.7

128.5
112.8
146.0
160.8
116.3
126.4
109.3

131.9
114.2
151.7
168.8
130.3
141.8
122.3

136.3
118.2
156.5
176.8
138.4
150.5
130.0

141.7
124.0
161.4
182.2
146.8
156.9
139.7

136.1
114.5
160,2
181.4
140.4
152.4
132.1

135.9
114.4
159.9
180.2
140.7
152.9
132.3

137.9
119.5
158.4
178.1
142.7
153.8
135.0

Mining
8 Metal
9 Coal
10 Oil and gas extraction
1 1 Stone and earth minerals

10
11, 12
13
14

.51
.69
4.40
.75

125.6
106.4
114.4
121.5

115.8
113.4
113.3
107.0

122.8
117.2
112.0
118.3

105.5
121.9
118.0
124.9

121.0
114.7
124.6
131.2

131.4
SI.2
121.2
128.4

120.8
53.0
120.9
127.9

127.4
74.3
124.3
127.2

Nondurable manufacturers
12 Foods
13 Tobacco products
14 Textile mill products
15 Apparel products
16 Paper and products

20
21
22
23
26

8.75
.67
2.68
3.31
3.21

124.0
109.8
132.8
114.3
134.5

123.4
111.8
122.3
107.6
116.3

133.0
116.9
134.6
125.7
133.2

138.8
112.8
134.4
134.2
137.5

142.7
118.3
137.5
134.2
144.8

139. 7
112. 5

ns 9

126.5
142.1

140.6
116.0
135.8
129.8
143 . 1

141.4
117.2
135.1
133.3
144.5

17
18
19
20
21

Printing and publishing , .
Chemicals and products
Petroleum products
...
Rubber and plastic products
Leather and products

27
28
29
30
31

4.72
7.74
1.79
2.24
.86

118.2
159.4
124.7
195.2
78.1

113.3
147.2
124.1
166.7
76.5

122.5
170.9
133.5
199.7
77.4

127.6
185.7
142.6
232.3
73.6

131.5
197.4
145.2
253.6
73.8

130.5
190.7
141.6
239.4
74.2

129.8
190,5
140.5
239 J
74.1

130.2
191.2
142.0
239.0
74.5

22
23
24
25

Durable manufactures
Ordnance, private and government, . . .
Lumber and products
Furniture andfixtures. . . .
Clay, glass and stone products

19, 91
24
25
32

3.64
1.64
1.37
2.74

78.9
116.2
137.6
133.1

76.6
107.6
118.2
117.8

72.8
123.2
136.8
136.2

73.5
131.2
145.0
145.8

73.7
136.3
155.8
157.2

75.0
134.0
14^,6
151.8

71.7
132.5
151.7
151.9

73.8
134.0
151.7
152.1

26
27
28
29
30

Primary metals . . .
...
Iron and steel
Fabricated metal products.
Nonelectrical machinery
Electrical machinery

33
331, 2
34
35
36

6.57
4.21
5.93
9.15
8.05

123.1
119.8
124.2
140.1
143.8

96.4
95.8
109.9
125.1
116.5

109.7
104.8
123.9
134.5
134.8

111.1
103.8
131.0
143.6
145.4

119.9
113.2
141.6
153.6
159.4

110.4
102.6
136.4
148.2
149 . 5

107.7
97.3
136.6
148.9
150.9

108.0
98.4
137.6
149,8
154,4

37
371

9.27
4.50

108.7
128.2

97.4
111.1

111.1
142.0

122.2
161.1

132.5
169.9

118.8
15©.4

120.4
154.6

128.4
166.2

372-9
38
39

4.77
2.11
1.51

90.4
144.1
137.5

84.5
132.3
128.3

81.9
146.6
144.7

85.6
156.2
148.9

97.2
167.1
151.0

89.0
159. S
150.6

88.2
159.8
150.1

92.8
164.2
151.3

..
...

31 Transportation equipment
32 Motor vehicles and parts
33 Aerospace and miscellaneous transportation
equipment . .
.
....
34 Instruments
,
35 Miscellaneous manufactures .
MAJOR MARKET

Gross value (billions of 1972 dollars, annual rates)

36 Products, total.

507.42

536.6

SOS. 9

551.1

584.6

610.2

584.2

588.2

601.3

37 Final
38 Consumer goods
39 Equipment
40 Intermediate

390.92
277 . 5 =
113.42
116.62

413.7
283.3
130.5
123.0

393.3
274.4
H9.0
112.6

426.6
303.3
123.3
124.5

453.2
319.7
133.5
131.4

471.0
326.6
144.4
139.2

448,4
313,8
134 6
135 8

452.7
317,4
135.3
135.4

464.6
323.3
141.4
136.7

188



....

....

...
. .

47.—Continued
1978

Grouping

Apr.

May

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Index (1967 = 100)

MAJOR INDUSTRY
1 Mining and utilities
2 Mining
3 Utilities
4
Electric
5 Manufacturing
6 Nondurable
7 Durable

July

....

141.1
125.5
158.5
178.1
144.9
155.5
137.6

142.1
126.5
159.5
179.6
145.2
155.8
137.9

143.1
127.4
160.6
181.1
146.4
157.0
139.0

143,6
127.1
162.0
183.2
147.7
157.2
141.1

143.2
126.2
162.2
183.3
148.6
158.4
141.8

142,6
124.4
163.0
184.5
149.6
159.3
142.9

144.6
127.9
163.2
184.7
150.7
159.5
144.6

144.8
128.0
163.7
185.2
151.6
160.4
145.5

145.0
127.4
164.7
186.7
152.9
161.7
146.8

122.2
129.2
124.7
129.0

120.1
131.1
125.8
130.6

121.0
136.0
126.2
130.8

117.0
133.1
126.6
131.4

118.0
125.9
126.2
132.1

115,6
114.0
125.4
133.7

122.1
141.9
125.5
133.6

124.3
144.6
124.8
133.8

123.8
144.7
123.8
134.8

143.1
121.8
136.8
135.3
145.7

142.9
120.2
135.9
132.7
146.0

142.8
118.5
136.6
133.7
148.0

143.1
118.2
137.0
132.7
142.1

143.9
118.5
137.1
137.7
142.2

143.7
120.3
138.6
139.6
144.2

143.2
119.0
139.6
136.8
145.8

143.7
118.8
140.4
135.8
146.7

144.7
119.1
141.7
136.5
148.5

130.1
193.0
142.7
246.2
75.3

129.8
194.1
144.5
252.1
74.3

131.1
196.4
143.3
257.3
74.2

131.4
198.6
144.1
260.3
73.2

131.9
199.3
146.0
263.4
73.3

132.6
201.3
147.6
260.9
72.9

132.6
202.7
147.6
262.3
72.4

133.7
204.6
150.2
263.0
73.4

134.4
207.2
151.3
263.3
73.8

73.4
135.1
150.2
155.1

73.8
134.4
155.3
156.4

74.1
136.3
156.9
156.7

74.1
136.2
159.3
157.0

74.0
136.0
159.5
157.6

73.8
136.2
160.7
159.8

72.2
138.1
159.9
161.3

74.2
140.1
158.6
162.1

74.6
144.0
157.6
164.0

,.,...,,

115. 5
110.2
139.0
150.6
156.8

116.0
111.0
140.2
151.4
157.6

118.3
113.1
141 . 1
152.9
158.8

122.5
116.5
142.8
154.7
162.5

124.9
118.3
143,7
155.5
161,5

127.4
121.3
144.2
156.4
163.3

129.4
123.8
144.9
157.5
164.2

130.8
124.4
145.6
157.8
165.2

132.1
125.3
147,1
158,1
167.7

31 Transportation equipment
32 Motor vehicles and parts
33 Aerospace and miscellaneous transportation equipment. .
34 Instruments
35 Miscellaneous manufactures

132.6
173.2
94.4
165.9
151.5

131.0
169.1
95.1
165.1
149.9

131.4
168.9
96.1
166.2
150.3

133.4
171.5
97.5
167.7
150.6

134.2
171.6
98.9
170.3
151.8

134.9
171.0
100.9
170.4
151.3

139.7
178.9
102.8
170.3
151.8

142.1
181.9
104.7
171.3
151.1

142.9
182.1
106.0
173.1
151,7

. . .
. . .

.

Mining
8 Metal
9 Coal
10 Oil and gas extraction
1 1 Stone and earth minerals

. .

, , .

12
13
14
15
16

Nondurable manufacturers
Foods
. .
Tobacco products
Textile mill products
Apparel products
Paper and products

17
18
19
20
21

Printing and publishing
Chemicals and products
Petroleum products
Rubber and plastic products
Leather and products

22
23
24
25

Durable manufactures
Ordnance, private and government
Lumber and products
Furniture and fixtures
Clay, glass, and stone products

26
27
28
29
30

Primary metals
Iron and steel
Fabricated metal products . . .
Nonelectrical machinery
Electrical machinery . . . .

.

.

.

. .

. .
. . .
. . .

MAJOR MARKET

Gross value (billions of 1972 dollars, annual rates)

36 Products, total

610.5

608.2

609.7

610.8

613.9

617.2

622.1

625.0

631.1

37 Final
38 Consumer goods
39 Equipment.
4 0 Intermediate

472.8
329.0
143.8
137.7

470.3
327.5
142.8
138.0

470.8
326.6
144.2
138.9

471.2
326.0
145.1
139.7

474.0
327.5
146.5
139.9

476.8
329.9
146.9
140.4

481.0
331.8
149.2
141.1

482.8
332.8
150.0
142.3

486.6
334.1
152.4
144.5




. . .

189

48. Summary of U.S. international transactions
Millions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted except as noted.1

Item

1974

1975

1976

1977

1974

1978

Ql
1 Balance on current account
2 Not seasonally adjusted 2
3
4
.1
6
7
8
9
10
11

2

.

Merchandise trade balance 3
Merchandise exports . . . .
Merchandise imports. ,
Military transactions, net
Investment income, net a . . .
Other service transactions, net . . . .
MEMO: Balance on goods and services a - 4
Remittances, pensions, and other transfers. . .
U.S. government grants (excluding military). .

12 Change in U.S. government assets other than
official reserve assets, net (increase, — )
13 Change in U.S. official reserve assets
(increase, — )
. .
14 Gold
15 Special drawing rights (SDRs)
16 Reserve position in the International
Monetary Fund
18 Change in U.S. private assets abroad
(increase, — ) 2
19 Bank-reported claims
20 Nonbank-reported claims
21
Long-term,
22
Short-term
. .
23 U.S. purchases of foreign securities, 2net.
24 U.S. direct investments abroad, net
25 Change in foreign official assets in the United
States (increase, H-)
U.S. Treasury securities . . . .
....
Other U.S. government obligations
Other U.S. government liabilities 6
Other U.S. liabilities reported by U.S. banks . .
Other foreign official assets 9

26
27
28
29
30

31 Change in foreign private assets in the United
States (increase, -f-) a
32 U.S. bank-reported liabilities
33 U.S. nonbank-reported liabilities
34
Long-term
...
35
Short-term
36 Foreign private purchases of U.S. Treasury
securities, net
....
37 Foreign purchases of other U.S. securities,
net ....
38 Foreign direct 3 investments in the United
States, net

2 113

18 339

4 60*! -14 092 -13 895

797
2,213

Q2
466
635

190



Q3
109
-2,475

Q4
738
1 740

-5,343
9,047 -9,306 -30,873 -34,187
-147
-1,484 ' -2,333 1 -1 379
22 460
24 212
98,306 107 088 114 745 120,816 141 884
25 033
26 601
-103,649 -98,041 -124,051 -151,689 -176,071 -22 , 607 -25 , 696 -27 , 366 —27*980
394
492
-1 653
-458
—416
-746
1 679
674
—385
15,503
12 787
21,645
4 189
15 975
17 989
4 099
3 847
3 366
3,241
1,783
190
116
243
791
1,865
2,260
*243
22,952
3,774
9,298
9,603 -9,423 -8,809
2,315
1,372
1,836
-1,711
-5,475
366

-1,851
-3,146

-1,895
-2,775

-1,934
-3,152

-371
-2,606

-450
-1,399

-452
-811

-438
-660

-3 474 -4 214

-3 693

-4 656

1 389

267

—354

—938

-35H

-1,002

139

-29

-i23

—20

-244
-85

-728
-151

—84
243

-1,719
-2,894

-1,467

-849

-2 558

-66

-78

-375
-118
-121

732
-65
1 249

-246

-172
-1,265
-30

-466
-317

-2,212
-268

-294
158

4,231
-4 683

-209
-37

-33,643 -35 380 -44 498 -31,725 -57 033
-19,516 -13,532 -21,368 -11,427 -33,023
-3 221 -1 357 -2 296 -1 940 -3 853
-474
-42
-99
-366
-53
-2 747
—991 -2 254 — 1 841 -3 800
-1 854 -6 247 -8 885 -5,460 -3 487
-9,052 -14,244 -11,949 -12,898 -16,670

-7,057 -10,227
-5,244 -7,577
-588
-2 113
-128
— 5f88
— 1 985
-272
-600
900 -1,790

-6,338 — 10 019
-1,944 -4,751
273
-793
-138
-208
411
—585
-282
—699
-4,385 -3 776
1

10 546
3 270
902
301
5,818
254

6 777
4 408
905
1 517
-2,158
2,104

17 573
9 319
573
4 507
969
2,205

36 656
30,230
2,308
1 240
773
2,105

33 758
23 542
'656
2 754
5,411
1,395

— 1 138
-903
-229
10
-22
6

4 434
2,946
136
-53
1,341
64

3,062
-905
391
331
3,246

4 188
2 132
604
14
1,253
185

23 696
16,017
1,844
-90
1,934

8 643
628
319
406
-87

18 826
10,990
-578
-1 000
422

14,167
6,719
473
-520
993

29 956
16,975
1,640
-194
1,834

7 452
4,466
354
-41
395

5,228
4,176
390
-364
754

6,041
3,765
239
-160
399

4 975
3 610
861
475
386

697

2 590

2,783

534

2,180

136

-240

200

601

378

2,503

1 284

2,713

2,867

712

363

227

-925

4,760

2,603

4,347

3,728

6,294

1,784

539

1,610

828

-1,609

5,944

10,265

-937

11,139

-1,197
1,188

190
-216

*"
-1,518
-2,522

917
1 551

- 1 , 609

5 944

10 265

-937

11,139

-2,385

406

1,004

-634

-1,467

-849

-2,558

-375

732

-246

-358

-1,002

139

10 244

5 259

13 066

35,416

31,004

— 1,148

4,487

2,731

4,174

10,447

6,939

8,955

6,351

-727

953

2,565

4,358

2,966

1,818

2,207

373

204

259

405

565

352

496

39 Allocations of SDRs
40 Discrepancy
41 Owing to seasonal adjustments
42 Statistical discrepancy in recorded data before
seasonal adjustment
MEMO:
Changes in official assets
43 U.S. official reserve assets (increase, — ) . . . , . .
44 Foreign official assets in the United States
excluding line 28 (increase 4-)
45 Changes in OPEC official assets in the United
States (part of line 25) 7
46 Transfers under military grant programs
(excluded from lines 4, 6, and 11)

|

48. Summary of U.S. international transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted except as noted.l

19 75

Item

19 76

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

3 185
4 609

5,280
5 618

4,562
1 949

5,309
6 164

1 743
2 721

2 170
2 664

—2 302

1 522

3 285
25 851
-22 566
-283
2 859

2 079
26 562
-24,483

2 226
27 657
-25 431

— 1 341
27 Oil
—28 352

1 555
28 409
—29 964

2 813
29 607
—32 420

3 597
29 718
—33 315

3 140

3 911

3 626

4 039

4 136

4 174

...

1 457
27 018
-25 561
-382
2 876
*427
4 378

6 391

5,632

6,550

2 767

3 170

2 302

1 363

Remittances, pensions, and other transfers
U.S. government grants (excluding military) . , .

-440
-753

-392
-719

-453
-617

-435
-806

-476
-548

-444
-556

-459
-1,475

-472
-567

-877

-875

-745

-977

-749

-914

-1,428

-1,124

-327
0

-16

-333
0

-161
0

-777
0

-1,580
0

-408
0

-4

-28
0

14

-18

—29

-307

-16

-7
—5

-213

-95

-57
-83

-237
—495

-798
-796

-716

-461

-9 372
-3,772

-8,688
-3,825

-13,298
-5,286
-883
-334
-549
-2,393
-4,736

-10,838
-3,701
—747
-191
-556
-2,467
-3,923

-8,782
-3,320

— 15 671
-9,561
— 1 166

-985
-3,990

-4,021
-649
-939
-130
—809
-938
-1,495

-9,207
-4,786
-999

-1 931
-4,022

112
75
37

-1 134
-1,405
-2,017

-2,751
-3,327

— 1 203
-2*262
-2 682

-1,731
-2,847

2,845
1,117

3,698
1,998

3,972
2,165

2,905
1,261

6,998
3 895

320
525

134
762

1,375
-412
669

181
689

1,585
-531
524

1,731
323

4,422
1,638
-163
-124

3,326

3,770

3,914
3,516
-231
-145

5,862
1,958
-184
-247

5,280
4,844
-317
-377

164

3,025
64

-88

1 Balance on current account 2
2 Not seasonally adjusted 2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Merchandise trade balance 9
Merchandise exports
Merchandise imports . . . .
.< .
Military transactions, net
Investment income net 2
Other service transactions, net
MEMO: Balance on goods and services 2i *

12 Change in U.S. government assets other than
official reserve assets, net (increase, — )
13 Change in U.S. official reserve assets (increase, — ).
14 Gold
15 Special drawing rights (SDRs)
16 Reserve position in the International Monetary
Fund
17 Foreign currencies
18 Change in U.S. private assets abroad
(increase, — ) 2
, ...
....
19 Bank-reported claims
20 Nonbank-reported claims
21
Long-term. . .
....
22
Short-term
23 U.S. purchases of foreign securities, net

....
....
. ..

353
23
330

530

25 Change in foreign official assets in the United
States (increase, +)
26 U.S. Treasury securities
..
...
27 Other U.S. government obligations.
28 Other U S government liabilities B
29 Other U.S. liabilities reported by U.S. banks. . .
30 Other foreign official assets 8

3,419
5,358

2,244

-3,203
369

591
448

31 Change in foreign private assets in the United
States (increase, +) 2
U.S. bank-reported liabilities

-831
-2 , 504

1,727

32
34
35
36

37
38

Long-term
..
Short-term.,
. .
Foreign private purchases of U.S. Treasury
securities, net
.
....
Foreign purchases of other U.S. securities, net. .
Foreign direct2 investments in the United
States, net

500
395

780
65
360

-56
469

-25

25
246

-26
439

-21

315
517

42

440

—45

68

Q4

Q3

-3

689

135

316
621

368

314

665

326

616
-23
639

66

324

321

465

207
0

697

37

123
926

359
360
-1

807
55
61
-6

692

344

-390
385

2,124
737

1,038

1,036

-591
134

278

870

86

1,369

1,471

1,086

999

790

4,803
1,124

340
46

-2,154
-2,495

2,956
1,326

3,153

1,645

150

1,483
-2 , 500

3,986
1,676

3,679

294

341

1,630

2,477

1,495

3,983

2,310

-39

687
68
109
-41

672
154

-231

385

437

-86

63

60
51

39 Allocations of SDRs
40 Discrepancy . . .
.
41 Owing to seasonal adjustments
. ..
42 Statistical discrepancy in recorded data before
seasonal adjustment .
. .
.....
43
44
45
46

MEMO:
Changes in official assets
U.S. official reserve assets (increase, — )
Foreign official assets in the United States
excluding line 28 (increase, -f-)
Changes in OPEC official 7assets in the United
States (part of line 25)
Transfers under military grant programs
(excluded from lines 4. 6. and 11)




676

-333

-161

-777

-1,580

-408

207

3,024

1,884

-1,977

2,328

2,323

3,351

1,320

6,072

1 ,007

1,696

2,413

1,976

3,530

3,280

1,788

983

787

1,202

163

50

87

152

83

-327

-28

55

191

48. Summary of U.S. international transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted except as noted. L

Ql

10
11

...

MEMO
Changes in official assets
U.S. official reserve assets (increase, — )
Foreign official assets in the United States
excluding line 28 (increase +)
Changes in OPEC official 7assets in the United
States (part of line 25) . . .
Transfers under military grant programs
(excluded from lines 4, 6, and 11)

192

-7,438 | -9,204
29 665
30 558
-37,996
-38 869

407

357

4,734

4 111

— 1 ,659

-4 272

638

464

-6,935
-5 805

-3,426
-2 858

-3,227
-5 95<i

-313

-7,907
-11,899
30 811
35 267
-42,710 ! -43,174

-8,012
16 491
-44,503

-6,369
39 315
=-45 684
—239
6 599
1,010
1 001

244

5,239

708

-5 707

237

4 854
703 '
-2 113

247

4 952

819

722

-472
-811

-1,062

-885

-1 001

-746

-1,009

-1 263

-1,390

-994

-420
-58

-24
0

112
0

187
0

-83

-43
-60

-9

-29

-16

24S
0
-104

115
0

-43

182
-65
1,412

-389
27 ]

-80
139

133
-12

42
4

324

437
—85

195
—37

3,275
—4 440

0

-11 363
-4,582
— 1 124

-778
—749
-2,365

-1,174
— 1 784
-3,873

5,491
5 305

7,720
5 153

-725
250

50

-475 !
-774

-459
-564

—5 736 i — 14 424
-8 750
-1 779
— 1 355
1 310
-357
201
1 109
-998
—2 177
—749
-3 570
-3 090

-463 i
-765

-121
-14 366
-6,270
-2 241

-63

-5,265
—5 813

4,641
3 029

1,456 1
418

— 136
-164
637

963
84

6,207
1 865

-163
502

909
371

-2,895
-5 304
-379
-246
-133

6,282
6,240
-214
-168

5,970
2 640

4,812
3 143

2,557
-404

-189

-46

,539

633

498
28
470

981
827

-1,399
690

1 251
434

-299
763

881
453

980

965

1 ,023

761

1,130

2,523

714

726
240

-4,V03
-2,275

517
1,321

901

1,809

486

-2,428

-804

622

83

973
78

444

117
723

211

-524
-790

-8 774 —29 442
=5,488
-21,980
—29
— 1 898
61
-129
-1,769
-90
—475
—918
-2,782
-4 646

15,618
12 904

752
982

627
376

715
315
78
237

— 1 095
-4 386

15 179
12 848

610
223

—4 451

-463 i
-770

-2,178
-999
-4 856

8 266
6 924

98
563

-486
-827

— 1 994

443
122

IB, 764
13 422
-115
2 045
3^156
256

10,717
7 958
1,004

10,475
7,556
-177
-245

1,347

-1,053
528

1,549
540

1,877

2,280

1,008

3,947

7,950

517

-2,082
-2,716

1,328
1,301

3,046

7,433

634

27

315
-63
378
803

86
918

68

.

40 ^Discrepancy
41
Owing to seasonal adjustments
42 Statistical discrepancy in recorded data before
seasonal adjustment
,




-5,295
-4 349

Q4

-490
-626

7

31 Change in foreign private assets in the United
States (increase, 40 8.
32 U.S. bank -reported liabilities
33 U.S. nonbank-reported liabilities. .
34
Long-term
,,
35
Short-term . .
..
36
Foreign private purchases of U.S. Treasury
securities, net
.
37
Foreign purchases of other U.S. securities, net. .
38
Foreign direct2 investments in the United
States, net

46

-2,908
—5 183

Q3

Q2

-1,173

-201
3,684
—771

25 Change in foreign official assets in the United
States (increase, +)
26 U.S. Treasury securities
27
Other U.S. government obligations
28
Other U S government liabilities 6
29
Other U.S. liabilities reported by U.S. banks. . .
30
Other foreign official assets 8. .
.......

45

407

423

Ql

Q4

-2 320

13 Change in U.S. official reserve assets (increase, — ) .
14 Gold .
...
15 Special drawing rights (SDRs)
16 Reserve position in the International Monetary
Fund . . .
. . . .
17 Foreign currencies

43
44

4,561

509

255

12 Change in U.S. government assets other than
official reserve assets, net (increase, — )

..

-6,564
31,075
-37,639

4,583

Remittances, pensions, and other transfers
U.S. government grants (excluding military) . . .

18 Change in U.S. private assets abroad
(increase, — ) 2
19
Bank-reported claims . . .
20 Nonbank-reported claims
21
Long-term
22
Short-term . . .
23
U.S. purchases of foreign securities 8net
24
U.S. direct investments abroad, net
.

-2,456
-2,101

-7,667
29,518
-37,185

Merchandise trade balance >
Merchandise exports
Merchandise imports
,
Military transactions net
Investment income, net 2
Other service transactions, net
MEMO* Balance on goods and services2' 4

39 Allocations of SDRs

Q3

Q2

-3,436
-2,459

1 Balance on current account ^
2
Not seasonally adjusted 2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

19 78

19 77

Item

-420

-24

112

-43

187

248

115

182

4,928

7,497

7 890

15 101

14,895

-5,129

4,519

16,719

2,890

1,182

1,474

805

1,969

-2 , 705

-1,794

1,803

39

53

31

81

76

50

69

63

49. U.S. reserve assets
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 74

Type

Feb.

Jan.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

1 Total *

14,565

14,643

14,588

14,642

14,870

14,946

14,912

15,460

15,893

15,890

2 Gold stock 2
3 Treasury
4 Special drawing rights 1 ' '
5 Reserve position in International
Monetary Fund l> 4 ,
6 Convertible foreign currencies

1 1 , 652
11,567
2,166

11,652
11,567
2,166

11,652
11,567
2,166

11,652
11,567
2,157

11,652
11,567
2,163

11,652
11,567
2,195

11,652
11,567
2,227

11,652
11,567
2,200

11,652
11,567
2 282

11,652
11,567
2,306

757
68

761
9

824
9

989
66

1,005
94

1,021
12

1,384
224

1,713
246

1,739
193

688
59
1974

19 75

Jan.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Total l

15,840

15,883

2 Gold stock 2
.,
3 Treasury
4 Special drawing rights l* 3
5 Reserve position in International. . . .
Monetary Fund 1 > *
6 Convertible foreign currencies
. ..

11,652
11,567
2 329

11,652
11,652
2,374

1 816
43

1,852
5

Feb.

Mar.

Apr,

May

June

July

Aug.

15,948

16,132

16,256

16,183

16,279

16,242

16,084

16,117

11,635
11,635
2,403

11,621
11,621
2,444

11,620
11,620
2,423

1 1 , 620
11,620
2,393

11,620
11,620
2,438

11,620
11,620
2,418

11,618
11,618
2,329

1 1 , 599
1 1 , 599
2,321

1,908
2

2,065
2

2,194
19

2,168
2

2,217
4

2,179
25

2,135

2,169
28

1975

1976

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

16,622

16,661

16,941

17,437

17,958

18,477

1 1 , 599
2,376

1 1 , 599
2,376

1 1 , 599
2,351

11,598
2,325

1 1 , 598
2,309

1 1 , 598
2,316

2,314
333

2,390
296

2,420
571

2,578
936

3,113
938

3,198
1,365

Sept.

2

2 Gold stock
3 Special drawing rights 1( 3 . .
...
4 Reserve position in International
Monetary Fund l> 4
.
...
5 Convertible foreign currencies

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

16,291

1 Total1

Oct.
16,568

16,592

16,226

11 599
2,301

1 1 , 599
2,365

11 , 599
2,336

1 1 , 599
2,335

2,144
247

2,191
413

2,234
423

2,212
80

19 76

19 77

July

2

2 Gold stock
3 Special drawing rights »• 3 .
4 Reserve position in International
Monetary Fund 1( 4
..
...
5 Convertible foreign currencies

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

18,246

1 Total 1

Aug.
IS, 586

18,945

19,013

19,416

18,747

11,598
2,318

11,598
2,325

1 1 , 598
2,357

11,598
2,352

11,598
2,365

11 , 598
2,395

3,466
864

3,818
845

3,952
1,038

3,997
1,066

4,307
1,146

4,434
320

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

19,087

19,122

19,120

18,868

11,658
2,375

1 1 , 658
2,383

11,658
2,389

11,658
2,384

4,682
372

4,819
262

4,812
261

4,720
106

Jan.

1977

1978

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

1 Total i

19,195

19,156

18,927

19,055

18,988

19,048

19,155

19,312

19,454

19,373

2 Gold stock 2
3 Special drawing rights 1( 3
4 Reserve position in International
Monetary Fund l - 4
5 Convertible foreign currencies

11 658
2 470

11,658
2,486

11 , 658
2 498

11,658
2,483

1 1 , 658
2,489

11,658
2,530

11,658
2,548

11,719
2,629

11,718
2,629

11,718
2,671

4 972
95

4,920
92

4,716
55

4,859
55

4,776
65

4,842
18

4,933
16

4,946
18

4,934
173

4,966
18

Feb.

19 78

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

1 Total i

19,192

18,842

18,966

18,864

18,832

18,783

18,850

2 Gold stock 2
3 Special drawing rights 1- 3
4 Reserve position in International
Monetary Fund *• 4
5 Convertible foreign currencies 5

11 718
2,693

11,718
2,669

11,718
2,760

1 1 , 706
2,804

1 1 , 693
2,860

1 1 , 679
2,885

1 I , 668
2,942

4,701
80

4,388
67

4,347
141

4,270
84

4,177
102

4,196
23

4,214
26




Nov.

Dec,

18,935

17,967

18,650

11,655
3,097

1 1 , 642
1,522

11,671
1,558

4,147
36

1,099
3,704

1,047
4,374

193

50. Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions
A. By type
Millions of dollars, end of period

191 4
Item

Jan.
1 Total i
2 Liabilities reported by banks in the United
States 3
^ U S Treasury bills and certificates a
. . .
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4
Marketable
5
Nonmarketable *
6 U.S. securities other than U.S. Treasury
securities G
•.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

63,979

64,259

65,719

67,277

68,295

70,132

71,245

71,197

72,836

73,979

12,597
29 279

12,268
30 044

12,572
31 191

13,049
32 439

12,647
33 858

13,914
33 872

14 941
33 876

15 828
32 814

17 159
33 082

17 270
33 761

5 229
15,618

5,192
15,619

5 192
15 627

5 020
15,629

5 013
15,629

5 013
16,074

5 013
16 074

4 940
16 074

4 880
16 091

4 880
16 339

1 256

1 136

1 137

1 140

1 148

1 259

1 341

1 541

1 624

1 729

19 74

19 75

Nov.

2 Liabilities reported by banks in the United
States 2
..
3 U S Treasury bills and certificates 3
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4
Marketable
5
Nonma rketable 4
6 U.S. securities other than U.S. Treasury

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

75,358

77,040

76,443

79,394

80,067

80,194

80,999

81,964

81,369

81 047

17 393
34 '594

18 420
34 783

15 565
36 531

15 891
38 865

15 216
39 075

14 913
39 376

14 819
38 387

15 808
37 OJ6

15 600
35 805

15 919
35 102

4 9Q6
16 339

5 059
16 339

5 177
16 466

5 279
16 466

6 003
16 466

5 941
16 507

6 064
18 067

6 139
19 169

6 180
19 616

6 296
19 466

2 126

1 Total

1

Dec.

2 439

2 704

2 893

3 307

3 457

3 662

3 832

4 i6g

4 264

197 6

197 5
Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

1 Total *

79,983

82,085

81,784

82,572

83,339

84,630

84,894

86,971

88,433

88,248

2 Liabilities reported by banks in the United
States a
3 U S Treasury bills and certificates 3
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4
Marketable

16 128
33 339

15 975
35 004

15 286
35 252

US 262
34 199

14 869
35 662

14 709
36 778

15 850
35 006

15 743
36 200

16 183
36 863

16 Q30
35 536

6 472
19 666

6 644
19 ' 666

6 485
19 726

<> 671
l c > 976

6 881
20 051

7 057
20 051

7 788
20 051

8 245
20 151

8 508
20 151

9 225
20 251

4 378

4 796

5 035

*; 464

5 876

6 035

6 199

6 632

6 728

7 206

Mar.

Apr.

6 U.S. securities other than U.S. Treasury

19 77

19 76
July
1 Total l
2 Liabilities reported by banks in the United
states 2
3 U S Treasury bills and certificates a
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4
Marketable
5
Nonmarketable 4
....
6 U.S. securities5 other than U.S. Treasury
securities

194



Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

89,288

90,200

89,576

90,453

91,425

95,634

96,538

97,460 100,550 103,870

16,070
36,033

15,823
37,001

15 500
35 670

15,170
35,298

16,013
34 , 706

17,231
37,725

17,441
38,050

16,178
39,559

16,506
40,367

16,907
41,475

9,519
20 151

9,835
19 801

10 800
19 803

11.027
20 , 876

11,367
21 131

11,788
20 648

12,017
20 622

12,725
20,495

13,977
21,106

15,238
20,976

7,515

7,740

7 803

8,082

8,208

8,242

8,408

8,503

8,594

9,274

Feb.

50. Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions—Continued
A. By type—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1977

Item
June

May

July

Aug.

19 78

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

106,291 108,044 112,153 112,760 115,939 121,880 128,115 131,097 134,954 137,957

1 Total i
2 Liabilities reported by banks in the United
States2
3 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates a
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4 Marketable
5 Non marketable 4
. ..
6 U.S. securities6 other than U.S. Treasury
securities

17,144
42 , 197

17,257
41,291

19,218
41,926

18,008
39,793

17,093
40 770

17,517
43 392

17,715
45 817

18,003
47 820

17,988
49 752

19,020
52 689

16,411
20,950

18,392
20,917

19,441
20,837

23,136
20,655

25,630
21 128

28,681
20 351

31,567
20,462

32,164
20 443

33 , 879
20 473

33 , 602
19 602

9,589

10,187

10,731

11,168

11,318

11,939

12,554

12,667

12 , 862

13,044

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1978

Apr.

Mar.

May

June

July

Aug.

146,067 142,730 141,191 140,914 144,481 146,335 145,616 152,347 156,562 162,345

1 Total *
2 Liabilities 2
reported by banks in the United
States
3 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates 8
. .
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4 Marketable
5 Nonmarketable 4
6 U.S. securities other than U.S. Treasury
securities 6

19,459
59 , 302

19,433
57 , 675

19,222
56,472

19,108
55 , 594

19,745
56,842

20,258
56,299

20,115
55,014

22,153
57,968

21,965
62 , 636

23,097
67,651

34,597
19,513

32,898
19,444

32,357
19,355

32,879
19,284

34 192
19,214

34,902
20 , 375

35,607
20 , 304

36,183
21,426

36,252
20,993

35,907
20,970

13,196

13,280

13,785

14,049

14,488

14,501

14,576

14,617

14,716

14,720

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

B. By area
19 74

Item
Jan.

64,259

43 , 368
3 945
2,462
10 480
838
2 886

Western Europe l
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean .
Asia
Africa
Other countries 2

Mar.

63,979

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

Feb.

42,490
4 262
2,812
10 878
1,000
2 817

June

Apr.

May

65,719

67,277

68,295

70,132

71,245

71,197

72,836

73,979

42 , 872
4 195
2,984
11 643
1,249
2 776

42,742
4,309
3,547
12,372
1,402
2,905

43,054
4 302
3,419
13 006
1,620
2 894

43 , 304
4,201
4,029
14,011
1,854
2,733

43,105
4,125
3,963
15,260
2,055
2,737

42,436
3,953
4,175
15,580
2,272
2,781

42,769
3,819
4,461
16,300
2,849
2,638

43,163
3,805
4,068
17,330
2,946
2,667

May

June

July

Aug.

1975

1974

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

76,443

79,394

80,067

80,194

80,999

81,964

81,369

81,047

43 473
3,621
3,679
19,895
3,232
2,543

44,937
3,616
4,241
20,812
3,356
2,432

45 978
3,546
4,406
20,091
3,433
2,613

45,267
3,251
4,521
20,967
4,493
2,695

45 , 502
3,101
4,613
21,424
3,448
2,911

45 , 508
3,008
4,736
21,651
3,800
3,261

44,466
2,962
4,777
22,718
3,319
3,127

44,301
2,929
4,937
22,509
3,392
2,979

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

1 Total

75,358

77,040

2
3
4
5
6
7

43 337
3,706
3,790
18,688
3,203
2,634

44 328
3,662
4,449
18,843
3,160
2,598

Western Europe *•
Canada . .
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa . . .
Other countries 2




..

195

50. Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions—Continued
B. By area—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 75

19 76

Item
Sept,

Oct.

Nov.

Jan.

Dec.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

1 Total

79,983

82,085

81,784

82,572

83,339

84,630

84,894

86,971

88,433

88,248

2
3
4
5
6
7

43 858
3,003
4 850
22,368
3,145
2,759

45,354
3,044
4 262
23,809
3,018
2,598

45,105
3,218
4 064
23,840
2 951
2,606

45 701
3,132
4 459
24,411
2 983
1,886

45 766
3,416
3 570
25,896
2 724
1,967

45,115
3,645
3 391
27,752
2 731
1,996

43 468
3,663
3 784
29,359
2,718
1,902

43,615
3,600
3 860
31,326
2,805
1,765

43 279
3 590
3 838
32,819
3 141
1 766

42 461
3 578
4 i5i
32,936
3 245
1,877

Western Hurope *
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
.. .. Africa
Other countries z

• •

i

19 77

19 76

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6

Dec.

Jan.

91,425

95,634

96,538

97,460 100,550 103,870

44 098
2 406
4 164
37 461
1,975
1 321

45 882
3 406
4 926
37,767
1,893
1,760

45 954
3 197
4 622
38 , 970
1,757
2,038

46 134
2 844
4,651
39 , 963
1,770
2 098

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

89,288

90,200

89,576

90,453

42 357
3 410
4 112
34,238
3,134
2 037

41 552
3 212
4 501
35,975
3,098
1 862

41 602
3 417
4 368
35,830
2,759
1 600

41 962
3 389
4 177
36 933
2,464
1 528

July
...

^yestern Irurope *
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa

Feb.

48 132
2 684
4 855
41,289
1,628
1 962

19 77
May

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

June

July

Aug.

Apr.

Mar.

49 288
2 752
4 414
43 506
1,883
2 027

1978

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Doe.

Jan.

Feb.

106,291 108,044 112,153 112,760 115,939 121,880 128,115 131,097 134,954 137,957

.

Western Europu l
Canada
. .
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
.
Other countries ^

50 , 626
2,798
4 687
44,488
1,821
1 871

53,385
2,700
4 259
44,176
1,938
1 586

55,710
2,653
4 360
45,664
2,460
1,306

'57 784
2,557
4 264
45,015
2,265
875

60 765
2,508
4 514
45,015
2,145
992

65,080
1,863
4,334
47,475
2,027
1,101

68,208
1,919
4,880
50,355
1,792
961

70 , 748
2,334
4 649
50,693
1,742
931

72 , 598
2,078
4 589
53,207
1,706
776

74,441
1,389
5 179
54,385
1,901
662

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dee.

IS >78
Mar.

Western Europe 1 . .
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa ,
Other countries u

196



May

June

July

Aug.

146,067 142,730 141,191 140,914 144,481 146,335 145,616 152,347 156,562 162,345

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

Apr.

76,294
1,633
5,772
. . 59 , 592
1,758
1,018

•• .

73,682
2,476
5,584
58,019
1,872
1,097

72,900
2,680
5,429
57,322
1,945
915

74,596
2 594
4,678
56 382
1,689
975

75 , 863
2,490
4,637
58,286
2,220
985

79,855
2,071
4,627
56,953
2,036
793

80,424
1,497
3,902
57,047
2,006
740

85,149
2.U19
4,615
57,040
2,184
740

88,450
2,446
4,499
58,073
2,301 1
793

92,984
2,486
5,026
58 , 662
2,443
744

51. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States
A. By holder and type of liability
Millions of dollars, end of period

1974
Ttem

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

1 All foreigners

68,036

70,093

73,768

76,249

79,742

81,857

84,989

87,693

88,393

89,217

3
4
5
6

10,822
6,809

11,472
6,829

11,651
6,956

11,977
7,303

11,672
7,609

12,856
8,253

12,222
8,643

11,841
9,103

12,769
9,252

11,228
9,822

29,543

30,274

31,444

32,676

33,983

34,038

34,178

33,179

33,467

34,187

2,674

2,581

2,157

2,189

2,393

2,628

2,723

2,926

2,819

2,848

95
89

77
63

96
63

60
57

95
53

106
66

121
66

81
68

286

232

227

209

46

91

51

41,749

42,185

43,637

45,361

46,378

47,659

2,380
3,705

2,408
3,703

2,631
3,800

2,922
3,949

2,352
4,025

29,152

29,917

31,064

32,312

17,910

19,428

21,754

6,329
517

6,853
523

Demand deposits
Time deposits *
Other *
Own foreign offices 8

7 Banks* custody liabilities 4
8 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates 6
9 Other negotiable 6 and readily transferable
instruments
. .
10 Other
11 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations '
. . . . . .
12 Bank's own liabilities
13 Demand deposits
14 Time deposits*
15 Other 2
17
18
19

.
*

.

21 Banks* own liabilities
22 Demand deposits
23 Time deposits l
24 Other a

28

..

U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
Other negotiable sand readily transferable
instruments
. . . .
Other

20 Official institutions 8

26
27

....

•

U.S. Treasury bills and certificates 6
Other negotiable eand readily transferable
instruments
Other

29 Banks 9
30 Banks' own liabilities
31 Unaffiliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits
33
Time deposits 1
34
Other 2
36 Banks' custody liabilities 4
37 U S Treasury bills and certificates
. ...
38 Other negotiable 6and readily transferable
instruments
.
39 Other
. .

14

32'

""iis*
69

125
92

146

75

93

48,689

48,515

50,115

50,904

2,643
4,277

2,562
4,445

2,474
4,429

2,825
4,282

2,168
4,400

33,731

33,745

33,749

32,687

32,955

33,634

22,237

24,387

24,721

26,566

29,047

27,769

27,767

"eases'

6,599
677

6,910
788

7,689
996

7,i05 "M90' "l',Q96
1,165
1,456
1,637

6,361
1,908

54'

63

82

95

506

204 '" '266'

258

268

40 Other foreigners

5,703

5,899

6,220

6,462

6,585

6,849

7,011

7,205

7,690

7,697

41
42
43
44

Banks' own liabilities
Demand deposits
Time deposits l
Other 2

2,019
2,498

2,134
2,540

2,355
2,588

2,397
2,620

2,315
2,744

2,418
2,915

2,435
2,967

2,396
3,150

2,721
3,264

2,574
3,422

45
46
47

Banks* custody liabilities 4
U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
Other negotiable fl
and readily transferable
instruments
. .
Other

91

93

98

92

124

107

175

145'

179

193

48

49 MEMO: Negotiable time certificates of deposit
held in custody for foreigners




197

51. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued
A. By holder and type of liability—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 74

19 75

Item

Nov.

June

July

Aug.

95,290

93,973

94,944

93,971

95,073

94,723

93,639

93,680

95,303

14,051
9,907

12,282
9,948

ii,i29
10,079

12,267
9,902

1 1 , 680 11,923
10,023
9,966

12 592
10 405

12 208
9 996

12 211
10 358

35 662

38 108

40 428

40 094

40 424

38 265

38 564

38 529

40 628

3,243

30 Banks' own liabilities
31 Unaffiliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits
33
Time deposits 1
34
Other 2

4,480

4,876

5 176

139
111

123
111

118
102

189
116

99
126

iis

133

106
158

146
134

110
148

497

1,234

1,260

Til

781

1,994

996

2,518

3,156

53,076

52,096

154,756

54,291

54,291

53,206

52,824

51,406

51,021

2 951
4 167

2 185
4 201

2 058
4 206

2 323
4,203

2 147
4 190

2 i75
4 277

2 <$64
4 274

2 488
4 051

2 493
4 102

34 656

36 531

38 865

39 075

39 376

38 387

37 016

35 805

35 102

29,729

28,708

26,869

26,998

28,340

28,539

27,637

28,699

30 083

8 231
1 885

7,349
1 941

7,132
1 991

7,015
1 725

6 878
1 813

6,850
1 554

7 066
1 785

6 877
1 567

6 903
1 594

253

232

172

155

101

120

105

99

91

88

7,930

.

4,493

7,622
1,807

29 Banks 9

4,294

34 467

25 Banks' custody liabilities 4
26 U S Treasury bills and certificates 6
27 Other negotiable 6and readily transferable
instruments
28 Other

4,296

2 472
4,058

•

4,854

29,428

21 Banks1 own liabilities
22
Demand deposits
23 Time deposits 1 ,
24 Other 2

4,897

285

20 Official institutions 8

3,992

128
95

,

16 Banks* custody liabilities 4
17 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
18 Other negotiable6and readily transferable
instruments
19 Other

8,493

8,273

8,464

8,386

8,148

8,486

8*698

8,699

9,024

2,638
3,608

2 729
3,744

2 625
3,695

2 820
3,780

2 740
3,858

2 556
3,894

2 784
4,001

2 8^7
4,187

2 698
4,243

2 705
4,513

207

277

171

149

140

147

141

154

150

183

Own foreign offices 8,

36 Banks* custody liabilities*
37 U S Treasury bills and certificates
38 Other negotiable6and readily transferable
instruments
39 Other
40 Other foreigners

...

,

41
42
43
44

Banks' own liabilities
Demand deposits
Time deposits l
Other a

45
46
47

Banks* custody liabilities *
U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments *
Other

, .

...

49 MEMO: Negotiable time certificates of deposit
held in custody for foreigners

198

May

51,859

12 Banks' own liabilities
13 Demand deposits
14 Time deposits *, ,
15 Other 2

48

Apr.

........ .........

11 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations '

35

Mar,

35 212

7 Banks' custody liabilities 4 . ,
8 U S Treasury bills and certificates 6
9 Other negotiable fl
and readily transferable
instruments
10 Other

Feb.

12,860
9,567

.

Jan.

92,460
2 Banks' own liabilities
3 Demand deposits
4 Time deposits *
5 Other 2
6 Own foreign offices 3

Dec,




51.

Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued

A. By holder and type of liability—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 75

19'16

Item
Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

94,015

93,293

96,732

95,590

96,420

99,366

96,396 103,356 105,404 100,245

13,402
10,129

12,128
10,202

12,810
9,987

13,564
10,267

12,270
10,227

13,350
10,007

13,090
10,161

14 243
10,011

13 846
9 963

14 135
9 873

36,653

37,728

37,268

37,414

38,789

39,763

37,974

39,417

40,245

38,244

5,297

4,894

4,764

5,699

5,231

4,794

4,946

5,711

5,645

5,551

107
127

132
150

145
156

139
148

114
217

118
162

130
192

140
193

91
185

258
160

3 008

2 397

1,605

2,554

2 498

.2 435

2 495

2 739

2 876

2 236

49,467

50,979

50,538

50,461

50,531

51,486

50,857

51,942

53,046

51,567

2,444
3,886

2,448
3,877

2,242
3,579

2,644
3,423

2,445
3,291

2,695
2,908

2,671
2,630

2 782
2,338

2 799
2,412

2 632
2,415

33 339

35 004

35,252

34 199

35 662

36 778

35 006

36 200

36 863

35 536

30,027

28,112

31,875

29,330

30,800

32,949

30,395

34,856

36,047

32,366

7,962
1,622

6,780
1,515

7,584
1,463

7,534
1,873

6 808
1,734

7,417
1,834

7,247
2,092

7,883
2,088

7 737
1,947

8,099
1,771

89

100

135

335

369

275

214

134

151

154

40 Other foreigners

9,225

9,308

9,555

10,100

9,858

10,136

10,200

10,846

10,666

10,761

41
42
43
44

Banks' own liabilities
Demand deposits
Time deposits J .
Other 2

2,889
4,493

2,769
4,659

2,839
4,788

3,248
4,823

2,903
4,984

3,120
5,103

3,043
5,247

3,439
5,392

3,219
5,419

3,146
5,527

45
46
47

Banks* custody liabilities 4
U S Treasury bills and certificates ... . . . .
Other negotiable and readily transferable

217

226

277

325

260

275

259

344

355

318

1 All foreigners
2 Banks* own liabilities
3 Demand deposits
.
4 Time depositsl
2
5 Other
6
Own foreign offices 3
7 Banks' custody liabilities 4
8 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates 6
9 Other negotiablee and readily transferable
instruments . . . .
10 Other
1 1 Nonmonetary international and regional
12 Banks' own liabilities
13 Demand deposits . . . .
14 Time deposits1
15
Other 2
16 Banks' custody liabilities4
17 U S Treasury bills and certificates
18 Other negotiable 6 and readily transferable
instruments
19 Other
20 Official institutions a
21 Banks' own liabilities
22 Demand deposits
23 Time deposits l
24 Other a
25 Banks' custody liabilities 4
26 U S Treasury bills and certificates 6 . . .
27 Other negotiable6 and readily transferable
instruments
28 Other
29 Banks 9
30 Banks' own liabilities
31 Unaflftliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits
33
Time deposits 1 . . .
34
Other 2
36 Banks' custody liabilities 4
37 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
38 Other negotiable6 and readily transferable
instruments . . .
39 Other

48

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Other

49 MEMO: Negotiable time certificates of deposit
held in custody for foreigners.




199

51.

Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued

A. By holder and type of liability—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1976

1977

Item
July

Demand deposits
Time deposits 1
Other 2
Own foreign offices 3

Demand deposits
Time deposits l
Other 2

.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

14,802
10,408

14,658
10,173

15,811
10,503

16,803
11,347

11,444

is,3i4

16,098
11,341

is,i64

11,269

15,396
11,304

40,964

40,119

38,934

38,643

40,744

41,245

42,669

43,466

44,629

5,893

6,181

5,421

5,814

5,714

4,888

4,173

4,546

5,538

483
192

379
148

331
151

256
164

287
196

290
205

166
230

216

235

203
241

119
207

3,129

3,475

4,031

3,i96

3,604

2,701

2,890

2,779

2,743

2,849

52,824

51,170

150,468

50,720

54,956

55,492

55,737

56,872

58,383

2,942
2,301

2,392
2,267

2,553
2,199

2,706
2,159

2,685
2,167

3,394
2,321

2,931
2,488

2,406
2,408

36,033

37,001

35,670

35,298

34 t 706

37,725

38,050

39,559

40,367

41,475

34,651

32,807

34,522

3*5,731

35,142

37,174

33,240

32,878

32,536

34,424

7,987
1,950

..

.. . .

25 Banks' custodyMiabilities 4
26 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates 5
27 Other negotiable sand readily transferable
instruments
28 Other
... .
...

30 Banks* own liabilities . . . . .
31 Unaffiliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits . . . .
33
Time depositsl
34
Other 2

7,929
1,960

8,233
2,252

It, 361
1,884

8,897
1,679

9,104
2,297

8,475
2,089

9,385
1,820

8,395
1,764

8,726
1,695

155

162

176

173

124

119

122

102

108

104

11,384

11,660

11,569

12,485

12,814

12,706

13,397

13,250

13,160

3,307
5,562

3,505
5,653

3,686
5,806

3,335
5,965

3,943
6,461

4,015
6,524

3,741
6,637

4,091
6.87S

3,868
6,997

3,803
7,067

316

326

242

267

209

198

183

22>>

248

201

2,638
2,266 j

2,747
2,335

Own foreign offices 3

36 Banks' custody liabilities 4
37 U.S Treasury bills and certificates
38 Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments *
,
39 Other

..

40 Other foreigners

• • 11,082

41
42
43
44

Banks' own liabilities
Demand deposits
Time deposits J
Other 2

••

45
46
47

Banks* custody liabilities4, .
U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments 9
Other

48

Jan.

52,103

,

....

21 Banks1 own liabilities
22 Demand deposits
23 Time deposits l
24 Other 2

35

Dec.

5,902

16 Banks* custody liabilities 4
17 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
18 Other negotiable6and readily transferable
instruments
19 Other

29 Banks 9

Nov.

.

1 1 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations 7

20 Official institutions 8

Oct.

14,205
10,028

. . . 14,718
10,005

.

7 Banks* custody liabilities *
....
....
39,632
8 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates 6
9 Other negotiable and readily transferable
6
instruments
10 Other

13
14
11

Sept.

. . 103,738 102,907 103,532 104,190 104,161 110,657 106,326 100,184 107,204 111,505

1 All foreigners
3
4
5
6

Aug.

49 MEMO: Negotiable time certificates of deposit
held in custody for foreigners
..

200



51. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued
A. By holder and type of liability—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1977

1978

Item
May

2 Banks* own liabilities
3 Demand deposits
4 Time deposits1
5 Other 2
.
6 Own foreign offices 3

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

....

16 Banks' custody liabilities 4 . . .
17 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
18 Other negotiable9 and readily transferable
instruments
.
19 Other
20 Official institutions 8
21 Banks* own liabilities
22 Demand deposits
23 Time depositsl
24 Others
25 Banks' custody liabilities4
26 U S Treasury bills and certificates 6
27 Other negotiable 6and readily transferable
instruments
;
28 Other
...
29 Banks 9
30 Banks' own liabilities
31 Unaffiliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits
33
Time deposits *•
34
Other 2

16,186
12,047

17,496
11,832

15,942
11,756

i6]893
11,601

16,895
11,515

16,476
11,372

18,996
11,521

17,377
11,518

17,675
12,038

45,463

44,079

44,413

42,222

43,175

44,667

47,098

48,906

51,094

54,233

6,819

11 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations *

5,995

4,089

4,492

3,853

3,728

3,589

3,274

3,625

3,102

172
170

228
157

122
155

142
147

214
134

173
140

173
142

231
139

186
129

ISO
120

2,977

2,521

2,191

1,990

1,875

802

767

706

959

1,111

59,340

58,548

61,144

57,800

57,864

60,910

63,532

65,822

67,740

71,709

2,676
2,441

2,705
2,476

3,642
2,401

3,122
2,248

3,133
1,987

2,990
1,903

2,557
1,848

3,528
1,797

2,673
1,788

2,782
2,570

42,197

41,291

41,926

39,793

40,770

43,392

45,817

'47]820' 49,752

52,689

35,417

36,497

39,380

35,522

40,314

38,651

37,782

42,335

40,228

40,549

9,782
1,743

9,464
2,117

10,136
1,820

8,928
1,863

9,676
1,842

9,677
1,858

9,666
1,805

10,933
2,040

10,274
1,995

10,570
1,823

108

100

144

112

125

l27

141

141

152

165

13,687

13,952

13,727

14,048

14,455

14,460

14,587

14,736

14,785

14,745

4,111
7,200

3,790
7,297

3,595
7,457

3,751
7,499

3,870
7,638

4,055
7,614

4,080
7,566

4,304
7,546

4,245
7,606

4,143
7,526

180

167

151

328

404

346

373

240

231

268

Own foreign offices 8

36 Banks' custody liabilities 4
37 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
38 Other negotiable eand readily transferable
instruments
39 Other
40 Other foreigners
41
42
43
44

Banks' own liabilities
Demand deposits
Time deposits 1
Other 2 .

45
46
47

Banks* custody liabilities4. . .
U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
Other negotiable6 and readily transferable
instruments
Other
...

48

Aug.

16,742
11,554

7 Banks* custody liabilities 4
8 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates 5
9 Other negotiable fl
and readily transferable
instruments
10 Other

35

July

115,263 114,992 118,339 111,862 116,486 117,748 119,489 126,168 126,377 130,105

1 All foreigners

12 Banks' own liabilities
13 Demand deposits
14 Time deposits1
15 Others

June

49. MEMO: Negotiable time certificates of deposit
held in custody for foreigners .




201

51. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued

A. By holder and type of liability—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1978

Item

Mar.
1 All foreigners

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

62,453
17,823
11,558
7,166
25,906

61,500
17,189
11,722
6,489
26,100

62,425
17,953
12,042
6,879
25,551

65,327
16,104
12,780
7,254
29,190

70,899
17,204
12,292
6,705
34,698

72,242
17,553
12,470
9,665
32,553

76,317
18,264
12,693
8,667
36,693

78,959
19,201
12,473
9,615
37,669

76,411
59,166

75,950
58,286

75,482
57,141

75,977
57,629

76,599
57,264

75,646
56,665

7* ,098
S*),069

83,016
63,131

88,046
68,182

15,093
2,151

15,577
2,087

16,183
2,157

16,081
2,266

17,200
2,135

16,623
2,359

17,251
2,778

17,491
2,393

17,371
2,493

3,058

3,129

2,942

2,678

2,823

3,406

2,929

2,225

2,617

774
267
92
416

501
286
61
154

480
265
119
97

1,017
257
116
644

80S
142
97
569

767
144
99
523

336
133
116
87

417
153
102
161

916
330
94
492

1,317

2,283
892

2,627
1,153

2,462
922

1,662
228

2,014
368

2,639
1,036

2,593
403

1,809
183

1,701
201

1,391
1

1,473
1

1,537
3

1,432
1

1,645
1

1,603
1

2,189
1

1,625
1

1,499
1

77,110

75,695

74,703

76,587

76,557

75,128

80,112

2,804
1,777

9,615
3,703
1,896
4,016

9,037
3,092
1,997
3,948

8,558
2,617
2,067
3,874

9,546
3,477
2,391
3,678

9,230
2,646
2,731
3,853

9,626
3,310
2,716
3,600

59,302

67,494
57,675

66,658
56,473

66,145
55,594

67,041
56,842

67,327
56,299

65,502
55,014

9,708
111

10,066
120

10,441
109

10,068
132

10,823
205

42,027

t6 Banks' custody liabilities *
17 U S Treasury bills and certificates
18 Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments ' > . . . .
*
19 Other
20 Official institutions 8

. ,

.

*

25 Banks' custody liabilities 4
26 U S Treasury bills and certificates 6 ,
27 Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments **
28 Other
29 Banks e
30 Banks' own liabilities
31 UnaffiUated foreign banks.
32
Demand deposits
33
Time deposits *
34
Other *

...

48,314

44,477

44,111

43,807

46,797

10,113
1,734

44,042
14,004
10,215
1,375
2,414

40,077
14,171
10,339
1,325
2,507

39,548
13,448
10,157
1,255
2,035

39,223
13,672
10,235
1,321
2,116

42,270
13,079
9,226
1,390
2,464

30,038

25,906

26,100

25,551

29,190

34,698

32,553

36,693

37,669

4,273
314

4,400
363

4,563
300

4,584
269

4,528
296

4,796
307

4,948
381

4,B41
371

4,785
300

2,195
1,764

2,282
1,755

2,385
1,878

2,446
1,868

2,412
1,820

2,569
1,920

2,447
2,119

2,576
1,895

2,425
2,060

14,920

14,847

15,102

115,227

15,329

15,750

15,316

15,981

16,575

16,023

4,000
7,654

12,487
3,762
8,297
428

12,838
4,106
8,175
557

12,915
4,149
8,282
484

12,639
3,983
8,215
441

13,020
4,090
8,562
368

12,606
4,039
8,207
360

12,840
4,222
8,191
427

13,471
4,628
8,317
526

12,995
4,242
8,353
399

291

2,361
286

2,264
297

2,312
325

2,690
290

2,730
301

2,709
308

3,141
326

3,104
245

3,028
285

1,799
276

1,756
212

1,819
167

2,135
265

2,319
110

2,208
193

2,?67
448

2,472
387

2,481
262

9,587

9,584

9,687

9,625

10,122

10,098

10,833

10,881

11,007

3,618

Own foreign offices '

36 Banks* custody liabilities 4
37 U S Treasury bills and certificates
....
38 Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments "
39 Other
. . .
40 Other foreigners
41
42
43
44

Banks' own liabilities
Demand deposits
Time deposits l
Other 2

45
46
47

Banks* custody liabilities 4
U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments 6
Other
.

49 MEMO: Negotiable time certificates of deposit
held in custody for foreigners




Aug.

78,761

. . . .

12 Banks' own liabilities
13 Demand deposits
14 Time deposits *
15 Other 2

202

July

66,918
17,947
11,660
7,274
30,038

17,163
11,274

.

1 1 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations '

48

June

245
109

.

7 Banks* custody liabilities 4
8 U S Treasury bills and certificates 5
. . . 61,071
9 Other negotiable fl
and readily transferable
instruments
10 Other

35

May

139,326 143,329 138,403 136,982 138,401 141,926 146,545 151,341 159,333 167,005

•

2 Banks' own liabilities
3 Demand deposits
4 Time deposits l
5
Other 2
6 Own foreign offices '

21 Banks* own liabilities
22
Demand deposits
23 Time- deposits l
.
24 Other a

Apr.

161

84,297

90,492

11,695 11,035
3,050
3,416
2,538
2,600
6,045 1 5,081

11,960
3,390
2,546
6,024

68,417
57,959

73,262
62,332

78,532
67,395

10,243 1 10,248
245
210

10,819
111

10,967
170

52,696

52,319

56,235

57,873

47,900
13,201
9,710
1,269
2,222

47,371 51,394 53,088
14,817 1 14,700 ' 15,419
10,148 10,066 11,239
1,564
1,735
1,479
3,106
2,899
2,700

51.

Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued

B. By area and country
Millions of dollars, end of period

1974
Area and country

Jan.

Mar.

Apr.

68,036

70,093

73,768

76,249

79,742

65,362

1 Total

Feb.

67,512

71,611

74,061

77,349

39,052
214
1,598
527
178
3,203
12,425
262
1,179
2,480
960
481
261
1,967
3,103
221
6,460
77
3,338
26
92

38,556
283
1,655
455
160
2,935
12,493
238
1,106
2,452
960
484
299
1,969
3,336
146
6,160
94
3,216
20
96

40,581
331
1,585
379
169
2,831
12,398
343
2,223
2,491
991
449
264
1,730
3,604
96
7,313
78
3,155
29
122

41,300
247
1,809
357
140
2,753
13,170
288
1,364
2,449
922
449
285
1,474
4,056
92
8,007
82
3,211
52
94

43,642
297
1,744
260
143
3,009
13,910
239
1,426
2,367
922
451
361
1,346
4,945
95
9,064
86
2,845
28
104

44,499
308
1,836
266
174
3,410
13,664
232
1,269
2,286
910
409
320
1,209
6,211
125
8,712
100
2,905
27
125

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

81,857

84,989

87,693

88,393

89,217

79,229

,82,266

84,766

85,574

86,369

44,818
483
1,828
239
203
3,740
12,734
222
1,319
2,224
876
428
357
1,159
7,037
134
8,523
106
3,048
27
133

44,717
529
1,930
250
229
3,596
11,992
298
1,094
2,171
891
422
299
1,045
7,660
101
9,060
100
2,878
26
147

45,272
596
1,929
267
219
3,543
9,472
293
3,131
2,443
1,021
433
372
1,093
8,213
100
8,676
152
3,130
40
149

44,707
567
2,045
284
223
3,888
v
8,751
255
2,723
2,983
1,129
411
343
1,068
8,791
121
7,538
136
3,270
44
136

Oct.

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
U
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Europe
Austria
. . .t
Belgium-Luxembourg
Denmark
....
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
.
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
,
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia
Other Western Europe1
U.S.S.R
Other Eastern Europe 8

24

Canada

3,753

3,988

3,433

4,125

3,782

3,240

3,389

3,036

3,570

4,022

25
26

Latin America and Caribbean
Argentina
.

7,689
857
647

8,987
905
1,062

10,147
1,012
2,063

10,006
1,071
1,392

10,527
1,193
1,999

10,872
1,377
1,550

11,099
1,252
1,602

13,262
1,190
3,259

.824

1,025

887

787

758

804

784

853

181
219
7

176
235
8

189
235
7

227
226
6

194
226
6

242
218
6

280
264
7

254
284
6

11,472
1,107
1,287
125
899
400
268
293
7
130

11,543
1,018
1,743
78
899
408
271
292
6
151

1,409
73
281
145
121
1,466
1,459

1,400
61
365
154
115
1,641
1,839

1,451
68
442
159
121
1,736
1,778

1,417
63
457
161
121
2,316
1,762

1,445
95
569
162
133
2,265
1,481

i,437
122
569
166
121
2,725
1,537

1,434
92
582
197
122
2,622
1,863

1,633
103
461
185
115
3,020
1,898

1,653
123
526
183
120
3,239
1,770

1,736
139
499
178
128
3,013
1,620

10,749

11,730

12,949

13,892

14,386

15,531

17,657

18,138

19,105

19,913

38
731
389
142
185
338
6,420
222
573
337

39
712
416
171
175
309
7,408
202
606
471

38
641
452
116
240
304
8,304
180
597
607

39
572
453
164
305
276
8,667
252
644
536

39
620
511
257
220
268
9,062
234
735
517

33
688
462
218
257
257
9,419
262
111
524

39
772
470
164
863
228
9,968
215
766
451

40
842
490
124
785
213
9,886
277
719
403

39
822
621
147
943
219
10,116
304
749
362

43
797
464
128
1,600
219
10,384
313
727
328

1,374

1,221

1,469

1,983

1,922

2,633

3,720

4,357

3,698
4,783

3,909
4,911

1,056
72
11
93
42

1,275
72
12
116
30

1,593
52
17
147
42

1,708
68
15
81
43

1,965
71
20
119
52

2,190
84
39
98
58

2,400
91
54
166
46

2,623
105
63
151
47

3,329
109
73
133
41
2,604
2,973

28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Bermuda 8
Brazil
British West Indies3
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador •
Guatemala *
Jamaica4
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles'
Panama
..
Peru
Uruguay
,
Venezuela
Other

.....

....

,

Asia
China
Mainland
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan . .
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting
countries0
Other 7

57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Africa
.
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries 8
Other 7

64
65
66

Other countries
Australia
AH other

.'

838

•

67 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
International

68




1,054

1,336

1,500

1,704

1,911

2,043

2,258

3,243
73
79
155
43
2,490
2,893

3,063
2,990
73

2,977
2,919
58

2,909
2,850
59

3,029
2,978
51

3,047
2,980
67

2,897
2,830
67

2,903
2,846
57

2,991
2,924
67

2,913
2,842
70

2,855
2,785
70

2,674
2,124
378
172

2,581
2,055
353
173

2,157
1,635
345
177

2,189
1,677
341
171

2,393
1,852
348
193

2,628
2,048
333
246

2,723
2,152
346
225

2,926
2,363
351
212

2,819
2,257
351
211

2,848
2,330
315
204

203

51. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued
B. By area and country—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 74

Area and country

19 75

Nov.
92,460

1 Total
2 Foreign countries

...

Dec.
95,290

89,217

91,297

46,128
556
2,290
337
262
3,813
9,235
213
2,184
3,130
1,179
337
327
1,099
9,190
102
8,155
105
3,442
33
140

48,619
605
2,500
367
266
4,257
9,560
248
2,568
3,190
1,038
309
378
1,135
9,940
125
7,580
183
4,080
82
206

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

93,973

94,944

93,971

95,073

94,723

93,639

93,680

95,303

89,076

90 090

89 , 675

90,778

90,230

89 159

88 803

90 128

45,940
596
2,390
368
204
4,186
10,075
253
2,016
3,194
873
306
372
1,127
9,588
169
6,664
187
3,136
65
172

45,976
623
2,634
323
204
4,006
10,904
242
2,214
3,168
822
299
315
1 210
9,440
131
6 179
149
2,934
59
120

47,024
597
2,516
369
201
4,195
11,350
191
2,397
3,380
837
279
350
1,203
8,861
243
7,003
157
2,641
35
218

46,277
628
2,778
338
212
4,562
10,312
202
2,451
3,273
824
239
355
1,480
8,739
103
6,986
121
2,516
34
122

44,500
626
2,855
320
181
4,938
8,314
273
2,091
3,321
843
253
336
1,696
8,562
87
6,924
126
2,545
61
148

43,740
626
3,059
354
365
5,371
6,568
254
2,236
3,509
942
251
357
1,847
8,420
124
6,381
83
2,562
62
368

41,640
660
2,974
325
360
5,485
5,539
296
1,366
3,537
1,116
268
385
2 013
7,926
106
6,417
99
2,560
29
178

42,863
703
2,891
307
405
5,468
5,363
307
1,002
3,271
1,051
257
284
2,204
8,261
134
8,352
104
2,291
50
157

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
. . .
Oermany
Greece
Italy .
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
..
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
..
Turkey
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia
..
Other Western Europe *
U S S.R
... .
Other Eastern Europe 2

24

Canada

3,492

3,264

3,069

3,317

3,228

3,729

3,762

3,411

3,770

3,458

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 4
Jamaica 4
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles6
Panama
.
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other

11,965
940
1,799
83
957
717
299
306
7
113

11,850
887
1,106
116
1,039
449
277
305
7
122

12,122
901
1,765
117
864
794
286
320
6
91

12,053
894
1,608
85
930
'163
283
317
6
1112

11,887
823
1,276
86
1,070
373
259
327
6
113

13,217
887
1,978
100
1,078
627
280
313
6
157

13,963
965
2,334
85
984
785
262
308
6
134

13,630
990
1,745
116
1,082
769
290
400
7
162

14,622
1,055
2,029
117
854
1,374
302
376
7
131

15,040
1,048
2,226
130
922
1,416
282
368
7
155

1,751
136
491
184
139
2,943
2,014

1,773
158
526
272
164
3,434
1,215

1,745
155
559
256
160
2,939
1,165

1,809
133
524
238
178
3,372

1,2:02

1,665
143
548
226
177
3,523
1,273

1,722
114
715
217
183
3,577
1,262

1,873
124
600
206
169
?,884
1,246

1,815
135
568
219
155
3,738
1,438

1,808
105
672
229
189
3,981
1,392

1,829
105
664
208
160
4,253
1,267

44

21,190

21,192

21,536

22,098

20,859

20,773

20,979

20 , 946

21,742

21,723

45
809
551
147
1,363
280
10,847
309
733
333

50
818
529
252
1,221
389
10,904
384
748
333

50
977
557
170
1,328
419
10,441
315
708
337

51
1,036
545
170
1,083
472
10,914
327
648
326

55
1,045
527
174
497
511
11,381
311
751
455

55
1,045
542
119
582
488
10,985
345
666
446

49
1,007
596
159
279
538
11,093
341
663
341

65
1 071
597
137
365
472
11,229
361
69H
370

49
1,016
539
124
527
369
11,660
366
633
285

55
1,054
570
203
289
343
11,204
374
671
255

56

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
..
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan
. .
Korea
"
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting
countries 6
Other

4,738
5,775

4,717
846

5,189
1,045

5,603
922

4,178
974

4,596
905

5,049
863

4,674
906

5,406
768

5,788
918

57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Africa
Ej'ypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire.
Oil-exporting countries8
Other

3,600
109
59
148
83
2,641
3,201

3,546
103
38
124
84
2,814
383

3,664
105
71
147
67
2,858
417

3,806
106
81
181
41
2,944
452

3,854
92
65
187
38
3,041
430

3,868
112
66
154
58
3,071
407

3,889
113
75
171
67
3,010
453

4,186
514
75
137
60
2,965
434

3,725
252
76
127
52
2,785
432

3,857
295
81
137
49
2,873
423

64
65
66

Other countries
Australia
All other

2,841
2,756
85

2,827
2,740
87

2,745
2,659
87

2 6*0
2] 566
74

2,823
2,758
65

2,914
2,855
59

3,137
3,067
70

3,246
3,184
63

3 , 306
3,230
76

3,186
3,112
74

3,243
2 708
358
177

3,992
3,552
265
175

4,897
4 465
285
147

4 , 8,54
4 445
274
136

4,296
3 906
272
118

4,294
3,901
239
154

4,493
4,160
185
148

4,480
4,125
194
161

4,876
4,526
197
153

5,176
4,792
235
149

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

.

67 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
68 International
69 Latin American regional
7 0 Other regional 3
. . . .

204




51. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued
B. By area and country—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
19''5

Area and country

19 76

Sept.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

93,293

96,732

95,590

96,420

99,366

88 718

88,399

91 968

89 891

91 189

94 572

41,274
726
2,837
309
396
5,926
4,945
361
1,379
3,321
980
200
455
2,190
8,012
116
6,264
128
2,443
39
248

....

Nov.

94,015

1 Total
2 Foreign countries

Oct.

42,678
648
2,893
327
372
6,592
5,181
331
1,315
3,465
885
234
404
2,246
8,175
128
6,720
138
2,433
42
151

43 052
687
2 907
360
385
7,133
4 t 913
313
986
3,571
968
189
398
2,238
7 988
120
7 181
174
2 375
38
126

44,072
759
2,893
329
391
7,726
4,543
284
1,059
3,407
994
193
423
2,277
8,476
118
6,867
126
2,970
40
197

43 017
756
2 636
374
309
7,479
4,117
263
1,003
3,406
888
242
441
2,251
8,590
88
7,576
83
2,313
45
158

43 545
723
2 402
433
313
6,457
4 752
340
986
3,823
924
220
398
2,303
8,621
104
8,211
179
2,116
43
199

Apr,

May

June

96,396

103 356

105 404

100,245

91 451

97 645

99 759

94 593

41 315
587
2 369
676
332
6,201
4 471
261
1 287
3 394
797
208
383
2,271
8 623
106
6 731
223
2 199
38
159

41 760
590
2 310
679
350
4,846
6 108
289
1 455
3,277
911
212
460
2,338
8 905
113
6 567
180
1,990
34
147

41 230
'582
2 172
647
402
4,526
5 481
300
1 370
3,107
795
188
389
2,396
9 098
101
7 103
171
2,223
42
138

40 890
556
2 256
452
405
4,774
5 214
346
1 505
2,244
797
195
443
2,407
10 093
95
6,645
183
2,067
40
173

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 Europe1
U.S.S.R
Other Eastern Europe 2

24

Canada

3,779

3,323

3,878

2,919

3,706

4,516

3,968

3,950

4,748

3,669

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 . 4
Guatemala
Jamaica 4
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles *
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other .

15,054
981
1,547
101
1,014
1,706
294
379

16,273
1 147
3,045
131
1,062
1 989
268
388

15,736
1 8 207
3,236
149
1,191
1,347
250
485
6
140

16,099
1,133
2,996
166
1,109
2,221
249
537
6
130

14,387
1 172
1,762
178
1,316
1 530
274
516
6
126

151

18,895
1 367
5,120
175
1,172
1,670
368
630
6
144

16,588
1,394
2,861
212
1,255
1,184
370
690

141

15,028
1,146
1,874
184
1,219
1,311
319
417
6
120

18,787
1 242
4,551
210
1,444
2,284
311
585

119

14,358
1,132
2,266
113
1,058
880
271
366
6
135

1,871
119
766
245
208
4,263
1,435

1,955
114
780
248
167
3,549
1,319

2,200
118
856
249
175
3,205
1,293

2,070
129
1,115
243
172
3,309
1,393

1,890
129
1,160
219
185
2,729
1,412

2,035
142
968
223
204
2,590
1,391

1,986
120
794
235
241
2,594
1,537

2,115
121
978
219
216
2,764
1,590

2,221
125
1,114
230
215
2,781
1,557

2,161
129
1,223
221
230
2,686
1,808

44

21,985

21,825

22,606

22,384

23,446

25,095

26,563

27,884

29,380

27,794

94
1,059
740
202
234
322
11,116
342
605
207

103
1,063
684
180
612
364
9,932
400
582
195

93
1,052
682
171
418
342
10 775
386
595
193

123
1,025
605
115
369
387
10 , 207
390
700
252

263
1,015
665
193
7<S2
326
10,541
395
603
279

224
1,073
683
314
583
312
11,747
380
623
224

101
1,100
748
330
498
347
12,255
359
606
225

120
1,134
717
412
920
323
12,777
357
527
244

139
1,131
813
624
1,121
324
13,235
326
594
218

63
1,186
756
838
706
321
12,826
342
743
261

56

Asia
.
China
Mainland
Taiwan
Hong Kong
. . . .
India
Indonesia
Israel
. . .
Japan
Korea . . .
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting
countries 6
Other

6,098
967

6,787
924

7,014
885

7,355
856

7,434
970

8,002
930

9,028
964

9,327
1,026

9,871
983

8,751
1,002

57

Africa .

3,642
188
72
246
56
2,649
431

3,380
185
60
171
49
2,448
466

3,373
255
53
104
87
2,372
503

3,369
342
68
166
62
2,240
491

3,086
177
77
213
68
2,136
416

3,128
180
67
130
53
2,209
489

3,094
314
78
180
104
1,919
498

3,256
231
16
171
50
2,258
531

3,468
197
44
196
64
2,424
543

3,584
211
77
154
43
2,568
532

2,985
2,910
75

2,834
2,755
79

2,786
2,702
84

2,119
2,006
113

2,199
2,057
142

2,188
2,059
130

2,123
1,999
124

2,008
1,926
82

2,038
1,947
91

2,170
2,063
106

5,297
4,938
206
152

4,894
4,550
204
140

4,764
4,449
200
116

5,699
5,415
188
96

5,231
4,863
215
152

4,794
4,385
274
135

4,946
4,535
226
184

5,711
5,343
200
168

5,645
5,258
216
171

5,551
5,120
239
192

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries 8
Other

. .

Other countries
Australia
All other

67 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
.
68 International
69 Latin American regional . . . .
70 Other regional '




156

205

51. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued
B. By area and country—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1976

Area and country

1977

July

2 Foreign countries
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
19
20
21
22
23
24

Europe
Austria
Belgium-Luxembourg
.
Denmark
Finland
•
France
Germany
. . ..
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
•
.........
Norway
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia
Other Western Europe *
U.S S R
Other Eastern Europe 8

....

Canada

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

102,907

103,532

104,190

104,161

110,657

106,326

106,184

107,204

111,505

97,836

.

Sept.

103,738

1 Total

Aug.

97,015

97,351

98,768

98,347

104,943

101,437

102,012

102,658

105,967

40,082
596
1,926
320
446
4,401
5,248
361
2,249
2,181
897
249
412
2,362
9,534
80
6,314
128
2,151
35
193

39,179
418
1,927
439
424
4,202
5,020
350
2,625
2,186
682
257
412
2,218
9,237
100
6,179
142
2,131
34
198

40,324
341
1,900
316
400
4,350
6,245
337
1,564
2,559
786
193
534
1,978
9,001
65
7,286
128
2,104
70
165

40,076
335
1,799
370
399
4,403
6.SJ10
405
1,358
2,329
(>87
],78
303
1,2,93
8,323
74
7,941
132
2,090
80
167

42,554
331
1,990
425
377
4,646
5,684
378
2,874
2,677
737
205
477
1,417
8,827
89
8,371
148
2,640
84
187

47,076
346
2,187
356
416
4,876
6,241
403
3,182
3,003
782
239
559
1,692
9,460
166
10,018
189
2,673
51
236

43,910
371
2,300
418
392
4,701
5,564
422
2,844
2,833
564
172
486
1,611
9,550
85
9,020
113
2,265
47
152

43,778
398
2,336
418
370
4,661
5,700
347
2,688
2,818
792
228
537
1,596
9,635
82
8,728
121
2,137
45
143

44,524
497
2,501
564
312
4,818
4,936
302
2,345
3,183
747
208
555
1,707
8,920
88
10,388
97
2,145
50
161

44,575
504
2,559
803
305
4,710
4,709
348
2,613
2,928
907
184
499
2,048
8,797
81
10,127
111
2,132
41
167

3,966

3,776

4,744

3,9,55

3,893

4,659

4,332

4,617

4,128

4,690

17,544
1,437
2,618
267
1,121
1,884
326
774
6
209

19,145
1,374
4,8:16
2118
1,329
1,676
3(10
811
6
217

17,763
1,293
2,636
166
1,173
1,473
316
929
6
271

19,132
1,534
2,770
218
1,438
1,877
337
1,021
6
320

18,021
1,644
1,985
253
1,298
1,772
327
1,094
333

18,813
1,792
2,447
253
1,278
1,575
304
1,145
6
332

19,108
1,865
2,220
253
1,113
2,094
404
1,185
6
349

20,425
1,821
4,036
248
1,231
2,258
331
1,236
6
311

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

18,994
1,406
4,807
190
1,298
1,747
297
766
6
163

17,662
1,510
2,989
263
1,185
1,249
300
776
7
165

2,109
135
1,063
235
219
2,829
1,725

2,301
149
1,399
240
226
3,177
1,727

2,364
147
926
236
245
3,262
1,722

2,492
160
88B
247
234
2,702
1,677

2,875
157
1,210
244
239
3,066
1,709

2,870
158
1,167
257
245
3,118
1,797

2,739
169
936
245
250
3,045
1,872

2,821
175
1,029
228
239
3,074
2,064

2,787
180
1,034
246
241
2,944
2,187

2,755
191
1,037
254
264
2,446
1,999

44

29,034

30,858

29,852

31,05$

30,267

29,766

30,631

30,053

30,391

31,337

41
1,139
797
928
1,121
303
13,608
345
637
244

44
1,208
852
1,039
1,002
330
14,173
368
654
249.

45
1,195
885
976
995
301
14,412
350
638
216

4*1
1,191
898
1,041
1,154
310
14,649
366
583
224

59
1,100
870
902
314
326
14,720
324
608
246

48
990
894
638
340
392
14,363
438
628
277

47
1,063
942
497
696
443
14,463
449
604
304

47
1,164
1,040
547
547
559
13,341
483
557
316

52
1,067
1,020
527
480
509
13,248
382
655
314

53
1,139
994
639
888
466
13,059
431
627
310

56

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
....
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia ,
,
Israel
Japan
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
.
Middle East oil-exporting
countries*
Other

8,749
1,120

9,565
1,373

8,568
1,271

9,057
1,535

9,413
1,385

9,360
1,398

9,880
1,243

10,077
1,376

10,792
1,344

11,261
1,471

57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa . . . .
Zaire
.
Oil-exporting countries '
Other
.

3,470
236
60
119
45
2,443
568

3,462
200
107
157
36
2,369
593

3,068
186
80
157
37
2,075
533

2,775
213
85
176
45
1,732
525

2,277
171
71
128
64
1,321
522

2,298
333
87
141
36
1,116
585

2,204
209
97
207
48
1,033
611

2,405
251
105
147
42
1,132
729

2,283
251
94
133
39
965
803

2,585
245
91
173
28
1,151
897

64
65
66

Other countries
Australia
All other

2,290
2,181
109

2,077
1,957
120

1,820
1,707
113

1,758
1,640
118

1,594
1,483
111

2,012
1,905
107

2,339
2,221
118

2,345
2,228
116

2,223
2,095
129

2,355
2,219
136

5,902
5,434
295
173

5,893
5,338
290
265

6,181
5,647
280
254

5,421
4,855
294
272

5,814
5,217
286
311

5,714
5,157
267
290

4,888
4,341
291
256

4,173
3,663
261
249

4,546
4,037
262
247

5,538
5,061
237
240

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

67 Nonmonctary international and
regional organizations
.» . <•
68 International .
.
69 Latin American regional
70 Other regional *

206



51. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued
B. By area and country—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 77

19 78

Area and country
May

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 Europe l
U.S.S.R.
Other Eastern Europe2

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

...

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

114,992

118,339

111,862

116,486

117,748

119,489

126,168

126,377

130,105

108,997

114,250

107,370

112,633

114,020

115,900

122 893

122 752

127 002

47 , 773
407
2 ,653
969
241
4,924
5,048
404
3,504
3,115
1,000
238
587
2,413
8,459
68
11,269
103
2 136
66
170

49,903
463
2,670
1,173
253
5,097
4,504
555
4,631
3,551
1,196
162
666
2,381
9,351
127
10 , 766
116
2,008
73
161

50,689
438
2,705
1,153
205
4,725
5,170
573
5,415
3,361
1,202
222
618
1,944
9,185
101
11,329
125
1,973
88
157

49,081
480
2,686
1,031
213
4,910
4,609
709
5,532
3,298
1,139
167
516
1,767
9,324
203
10,309
111
1,854
70
152

51,693
435
2,606
1,171
248
4,825
4,518
630
5,786
3,207
1,189
172
700
2,475
9,883
93
11,561
126
1,838
53
179

53,207
395
2,717
1,248
232
5,032
5,503
649
6,313
3,080
1,021
190
707
2,734
9,774
106
11,187
136
1,948
69
167

54,645
375
2,624
1,263
255
4,703
5,812
644
6,748
2,991
639
266
649
3,132
9,909
118
12,195
172
1,915
66
169

60 295
318
2 531
770
323
5,269
7,239
603
6,857
2 869
944
273
619
2,712
12 343
130
14 125
232
1 804
98
236

59 702
294
2 629
1 044
295
5,153
8,832
538
6 199
2 959
987
205
707
2 711
12 134
187
12 576
219
1 787
63
186

60 970
302
2 765
1 050
307
4 668
10 585
548
5 943
3 029
888
188
648
2 826
12 689
171
11 929
196
1 955
98
175

4,090

4,277

4,429

4,396

4,810

4,639

4 607

5 279

4 758

24,668
2,151
5,994
317
1,112
3,533
344
1,170
6
397

22,483
2,382
3,821
324
1,067
3,412
342
1,195
6
329

22,470
2,549
3,474
276
941
3,166
322
1,159
6
316

23,670
1,416
3,596
321
1,396
3 998
360
1,221
6
330

23,263
1 746
3,150
269
1,113
4 081
387
1,226
6
358

24,286
1 928
3,755
286
977
3 993
412
1,207
7
376

Venezuela
Other

,

Other

20,048
1,939
2,792
261
1,180
2,388
434
1,165
8
322

20,850
1,672
3,737
294
1,363
2,722
395
1,200
7
316

23,008
1,727
5,499
291
1,398
3,034
375
1,224
6
322

21,627
1,986
4,332
245
1,232
2,642
355
1,168
6
337

2,827
233
1,017
220
252
3,004
2,005

2,898
226
974
224
235
2,483
2,106

2,942
176
1,040
242
242
2,531
1,959

2,879
198
980
273
230
2,892
1,871

2,898
187
975
289
245
3,043
2,006

2,805
175
976
261
224
3,220
1,943

2,868
203
1,016
236
256
3,788
1,893

2,876
196
2,331
287
243
2,929
2,167

2,985
205
2, 189
265
230
3,016
2,037

3,084
203
2,121
267
280
3,246
2,147

30,989

Latin America and Caribbean. —
Argentina
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
,
Guatemala *
....
Jamaica *
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles
Panama
Peru

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting

Sept.

4,729

Canada

•

Aug.

108,444

•.

July

115,263

1 Total
2 Foreign countries

June

29,565

31,297

27,881

27,486

29,216

30,188

30,488

30,881

33,330

52
1,211
951
712
532
504
12,465
472
637
277

44
1,197
933
804
282
547
12,370
535
615
260

49
1,260
1,028
737
783
484
12,765
633
654
285

47
926
1,064
729
589
467
11,663
527
562
296

44
925
1,155
833
455
416
11,417
600
561
267

48
900
995
871
908
468
13,251
596
636
275

52
927
975
965
743
490
14,803
572
593
253

53
1 013
1 094
961
410
559
14,616
602
687
264

54
1 041
1 037
1,012
896
461
14,488
606
658
258

48
995
1 121
1,001
506
454
17,024
737
615
309

11,522
1,653

10,412
1,567

11,052
1,566

9,815
1,195

9,582
1,230

8,996
1,271

8,650
1,165

8,979
1,250

9,193
1,178

9,329
1,190

57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Africa . . .'
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries "
Other

2,750
360
93
179
30
1 205
882

2,674
314
81
234
30
1 145
871

3,285
401
73
253
40
1 542
978

3,177
603
61
179
38
1,431
865

3,039
484
68
216
36
1,564
671

2,807
393
61
243
33
1,405
671

2,564
331
30
238
30
1,215
720

2,535
404
66
174
39
1 155
698

2,507
346
100
191
41
1,179
649

2,645
357
79
251
50
1 263
645

64
65
66

Other countries
Australia
All other

2 155
2,022
133

1 915
1,792
123

1 695
1,551
144

1,176
1,006
170

1,350
1,205
145

1,498
1,347
151

1,394
1,256
138

1 297
1,140
158

1,121
933
188

1 014
870
144

6,819
6,297
252
270

5,995
5 441
268
285

4 089
3 545
286
258

4,492
3,879
328
285

3,853
3,254
313
286

3,728
3,174
294
260

3,589
3,022
278
289

3,274
2 752
278
245

3,625
3,116
258
250

3,102
2 558
266
279

67 Nonrnonetary international and
regional organizations
68 International
....
69 Latin American regional
«
70 Other regional 9




207

51. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued
B. By area and country- Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
IS >78

Area and country

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Total

139,326

143,329

138,403

136,982

138,401

141,926

146,545

131,341

159,333

167,005

2 Foreign countries

135,707

140,271

135,274

134,040

135,723

139,104

143,139

148,412

157,108

164,388

63,905
419
2,992
1,044
357
5,034
11,440
571
5,626
3,132
1,211
174
717
2,816
13,549
115
12,274
138
2,030
72
193

63,839
349
3,107
1,063
433
5,874
11,031
588
6,013
3,002
1,465
164
659
3,177
13,267
249
11,046
192
1,911
62
186

64,020
370
3,138

64, 888
365
2,865
1,335
352
6,583
10,049
597
6,869
3,106
1,869
191
708
3,385
12,558
110
11 720
229
1,677
66
255

65,608
382
2,397
1,542
407
7,741
9,727
646
7,036
3,066
1,737
230
761
3,340
12,034
147
12 003
192
1,947
50
222

68,657
431
2,289
1,593
416
8,716
10,766
826
8,055
3,227
1,516
326
795
3,355
12,161
137
11,195
149
2,448
46
210

70,372
438
2,646
1,673
415
8,492
11,209
865
7,394
2,743
1,208
521
795
3 341
13,060
226
12 095
167
2,756
65
262

73,987
473
2,&9
1, "i4
424
8,770
J3.354
887
7,346
2,501
1,210
386
773
3,187
14,227
164
12,401
158
3,027
82
262

78,891
521
2,632
1,827
388
9,070
15,656
907
7,761
2,518
1,102
379
956
3,216
15,539
163
13,002
190
2,792
73
198

85,502
513
2,552
1,946
346
9,208
17,286
826
7,674
2,402
1,271
330
870
3,121
18,612
157
14,379
254
3,346
82
325

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
Svvit/erland
..
Turkey
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia
Other Western Europe 1
U.S.S.R
Other Eastern Europe 2

....

44

56

Asia . .
China
Mainland
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia . , . ,
Israel
Japan. .
.
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting
countries fl
Other

57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries 8
Other

64
65
66

Other countries
Australia
All other

. ,




..

....

67 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
68 International
69 Latin American regional
70 Other regional9

208

.

5,922

6,600

5,816

5,623

5,890

5,131

7,465

8,073

6,966

25,777
1,692
4,225
396
1 ,220
4,769
376
1,424
7
325
448
66
2,854
320
2 386
282
220
3,161
* 1,604

24,866
1 550
3,659
383
1 295
4,009
380
1,429
9
378
457
75
2,921
435
2 639
309
218
3,233
1,489

27,307
1 453
4,636
372
1,382
5,479
346
1,486
10
347
458
59
3,171
288
2,628
311
185
3,215
1,480

30,242
1 3S9
8 278
409
1 275
5,394
351
1,431

28,563
1,645
4,926
387
1 , 439
5,981
333
1,483

2,793
212
2,132
262
226
3,438
2,380

25,232
2 260
3,484
337
1,298
3,955
361
I f 300
7
318
592
46
2,970
289
2 t 627
274
208
3,300
1,605

405
347
78
3,112
317
2 729
322
197
2 , 562
1,639

369
410
57
3 , 101
352
2,390
323
210
3,696
1,453

31,221
1,498
6,384
425
1,230
6,746
341
1,612
7
348
3<>2
43
3,413
368
2,802
337
209
3,550
1,518

31,622
1,484
6,743
428
1,125
5,991
399
1,756
13
322
416
52
3,417
308
2,992
363
231
3,821
1,760

36,343

35,515

33,784

35,298

34,668

35,073

36,336

47
1,060
1,489
962
451
568
19,739
817
693
304

53
1,055
1,085
899
330
476
19,335
748
500
297

47
1,195
1,191
798
597
519
20 , 374
714
645
320

33,491
44
1,266
1,211
762
309
440
19,755
736
571
296

33,660

50
1,224
1,118
937
649
486
20 , 1 53
751
606
258

46
1,284
1,250
833
348
432
19,933
776
628
290

49
1,319
1,368
899
575
453
19,956
790
594
352

57
1,250
1,189
843
439
469
21,355
750
583
279

67
502
1,256
790
449
674
21,927
795
644
427

8,900
1,211

8 099
1,285

7 991
1,213

7,389
1,510

6,738
1,364

6,500
1,341

6,930
!,384

6,600
1,259

7,392
1,414

2,469
341
51
183
45
1,226
623

. ...

29,994
1,862
8,085
375
1,412
4,865
394
1,331
6
356
460
41
2,960
212
2,226
309
221
3,243
1,636

9,165
1,291

Latin America and Caribbean
Argentina
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
Guatemala 4
Jamaica *
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other

4,564

56
1,014
1,174
947
492
485
21,725
682
647
317

Canada

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
19
40
41
42
43

25,339
1,801
4,199
322
1,327
4,097
415
1,290
8
438

37,996

24

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
S3
54
55

i.no

396
6,781
9,539
563
6,364
2,981
1,643
288
717
3,302
12,552
200
11,865
168
1,735
96
211

2,699
455
31
167
46
1,393
607

2,641
461
29
185
49
1,244
673

2 360
402
28
226
44
979
681

3,013
594
28
175
73
1,365
778

2,578
463
67
160
52
1,198
638

2,645
417
74
238
45
1,270
601

2,540
322
84
266
39
1,230
€00

2,636
312
30
294
43
1,335
622

2,886
404
32
168
43
1,525
715

1,434
1,229
205

1,475
1 262
212

1,267
1 129
138

1,414
1 211
203

1,315
1 158
157

1,180
1 051
130

1,090
899
191

1,189
975
213

1,214
977
236

1,076
838
239

3,618
3,094
261
262

3,058
2,590
162
306

3,129
2 430
430
269

2,942
2 311
395
2,36

2,678
2,027
411
241

2,823
2,157
437
228

3,406
2,339
799
269

2,929
1,789
856
284

2,225
1,033
870
323

2,617
1,485
808
324

52. Banks9 own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States l
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 74

Area and country

Feb.

Jan.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

1 Total . . .

26,131

28,036

31,039

32,553

35,820

38,517

39,932

41,575

40,496

40,821

2 Foreign countries . .

26 126

28 029

31,033

32 , 547

35,814

38 512

39 927

41 569

40 488

40 816

5,011
15
131
81
126
783
333
136
360
140
128
29
307
158
201
51
1,579
78
23
156
195

5,407
39
130
94
113
820
406
170
370
144
134
29
278
131
303
54
1,707
82
25
165
213

6,339
34
216
109
117
893
378
185
557
165
123
42
391
152
222
63
2,195
86
26
162
226

6,325
50
171
97
138
1,066
352
218
577
136
134
34
423
160
287
57
1,864
106
33
197
227

7,050
45
156
108
157
905
425
220
589
175
140
36
429
126
387
83
2,421
115
61
207
265

8,022
119
232
103
163
1 059
433
238
652
197
140
35
539
142
634
85
2,610
124
33
215
267

7,226
33
265
89
180
917
377
259
522
154
153
37
492
134
350
103
2,488
157
23
204
290

7,606
92
201
95
181
929
412
269
525
123
188
30
487
156
330
96
2,854
125
26
204
283

6,682
37
152
93
177
800
369
235
444
141
169
33
366
177
353
80
2,396
132
30
193
307

6,395
38
280
101
158
739
349
273
420
190
147
40
362
161
246
103
2,073
128
56
203
328

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 Europe 2
U.S.S.R.
Other Eastern Europe 3
.

....

1,963

2,056

2,349

2,338

2,469

2,190

2,365

2,188

2,136

2,551

..

....

7,952
662
593

8,663
681
1,042

9,354
825
1,319

9,830
832
1,139

10,776
794
1,961

11,310
819
1,903

11,511
836
1,726

12,389
856
2,204

1,598

1,635

1,841

1,932

2,092

2,289

2,332

2,344

268
515
11

286
518
11

317
556
13

330
559
13

311
575
13

307
603
13

341
684
12

354
756
13

12,710
846
2,762
63
2,350
246
384
742
14
146

13,395
834
3,087
55
2,312
562
383
758
17
145

1,774
22
353
253
58
743
1,099

1,863
25
356
262
53
742
1,188

1,870
34
397
266
46
800
1,070

2,194
28
453
307
39
865
1,139

2,223
63
461
349
39
816
1,079

2,294
80
448
377
43
881
1,252

2,372
76
458
454
61
911
1,247

2,456
70
461
527
52
899
1,397

2,321
72
473
518
49
844
1,334

2,472
69
471
535
48
744
1,666

9,992

10,685

11,675

12,705

14,046

15,419

17,203

17,724

17,251

16,632

69
341
207
64

71
487
247
63
164
431
11,064
732
470
452

74
560
232
63
174
471
12,635
751
459
455

63
603
309
76
187
477
13,066
800
506
454

45
631
282
63
196
476
12 , 604
836
488
456
687
1,175

40
687
255
65
196
457
11,981
872
493
435
662
1,150

1,143
108
11
323
143
155
558

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 4
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies 4
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
'
Ecuador 6
Guatemala . . .
6
Jamaica
Mexico
.
Netherlands Antillesfl
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan . .
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
...
Israel
Japan
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
,.
Middle East oil-exporting countries 7
Other 8

57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Africa
. . . .
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries9
Other »

64
65
66

Other countries
Australia . .
All other

.

.

.

....

.

....

..

....

.

....

..

..

67 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations 1 °




...

....
.

.

....

....
...

81
215
196
68
134
371
6,704
544
348
336

78
253
216
67
139
367
7,184
577
345
378

81
291
194
68
135
377
8,083
604
363
420

382
8,832
668
395
448

no

69
439
199
69
146
391
9,934
753
433
423

997

1,082

1 059

1,191

1,190

1,237

1,331

1,184

734
58
6
200
86

744
56
6
199
97

786
58
17
202
91

815
60
10
219
114

896
78
5
267
108

965
82
5
239
127

1,017
86
15
250
129

1,034
98
10
272
139

384

387

418

412

438

512

537

516

1,091
112
9
281
129
162
560

474
410
64

475
400
75

530
443
87

534
450
84

577
488
89

607
514
93

605
518
87

628
527
101

619
517
102

700
581
120

5

6

6

6

6

5

5

6

7

5

209

52. Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States 1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 75

19 74

Area and country

:

Dec.

Nov.

Feb.

Jan,

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

1 Total

43,008

44,958

45,248

46,263

48,789

49,339

52,795

52,527

52,700

53,056

2 Foreign countries

43,002

44,950

45,242

46,257

48,782

49 , 332

52,788

52,511

52,692

53,047

7,299
62
297
89
142
978
432
273
418
194
150
32
341
175
304
96
2,586
133
71
203
323

7,728
40
373
93
146
836
526
261
424
350
173
27
307
198
300
98
2,800
133
44
224
375

7,902
27
384
94
170
1,062
349
279
417
198
168
23
310
144
217
104
3 t 126
149
48
263
373

8,188
57
566
98
174
1,071
386
261
356
214
158
44
306
130
229
100
3,205
136
55
270
371

8,068
42
522
92
175
1,074
341
281
369
189
156
39
275
106
199
102
3,267
144
51
270
374

8,732
37
629
107
187
1,040
343
290
416
163
176
33
367
132
201
124
3,595
141
55
292
403

9,365
39
613
104
178
919
353
304
420
228
195
42
400
164
245
114
4,088
166
64
311
418

8,858
37
555
111
186
721
377
293
422
235
154
33
406
146
227
124
3,858
175
58
306
435

9,239
36
587
117
189
809
427
296
444
283
165
34
429
185
235
110
3,892
185
65
307
446

10,285
47
562
118
189
923
392
282
419
332
170
30
386
209
246
128
4,802
192
95
312
450

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 Europe 2
U.S.S.R
Other Eastern Europe 3

.
...

24

Canada

2 467

2 609

2 60®

2,486

2,807

2 861

3,054

2,708

2,622

2,321

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 6
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles *
Panama
.
.
.
Peru
Uruguay , , . .
Venezuela
Other

13 957
863
2 980
75
2 340
744
423
743
38
166

14 911
879
3 418
91
2 256
947
446
14
170

15,715
941
3 , 850
60
2,147
1 , 326
440
764
13
178

16,861
964
4,735
54
2,264
1,439
485
738
18
188

18,458
1,027
5 970
71
2,231
1,463
532
751
13
203

18,867
1,132
5,745
35
2,317
1,513
572
771
13
221

21 698
1,189
7 753
47
2,309
1,890
557
755
17
213

22,321
1,276
8,694
67
2,218
1,563
561
743
13
216

22 038
1,281
7,835
68
2 462
1,530
607
718
16
237

21,566
1,291
6,742
27
2 541
1,907
564
724
17
245

2 551
102
471
585
64
847
1 948

2 646
75
582
628
65
931
987

2 529
54
702
622
77
1,036
976

2 623
65
546
650
88
1,012
993

2 785
50
642
678
107
951
981

2,905
44
636
735
118
968
1 143

3 085
53
779
715
102
962
1 271

3,233
83
643
775
87
994
1,155

3 402
70
700
780
93
1,127
1 115

3 468
63
752
808
76
1,175
1 169

44

Asia
China
Mainland. . . .
Taiwan
Hong Kong . . .
India
Indonesia . . . .
Israel
Japan
Korea
Philippines.
. .
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting countries T
Other

17 406

17 801

17 183

16 811

17,495

16 783

16 494

16,410

16 541

16 526

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

39
665
279
61
213
465
12,675
951
....
472
450
....
655
1,135

38
693
266
56
228
500
12 749
1 058
507
476
714
516

45
734
250
64
213
499
12 042
1 236
467
409
683
539

86
665
226
62
240
510
11,462
1 405
498
391
724
542

33
726
331
58
228
561
11,815
1 491
509
425
754
564

18
6S3
251
58
220
508
11 077
1 645
554
432
811
527

18
672
327
52
228
495
10 819
1 576
612
397
653
645

12
14
756
743
233
348
54
56
225
223
548
596
10,427 10,440
1 724
1 696
631
632
462
504
659
768
635
564*

26
790
223
71
204
575
10,415
1 732
559
530
730
672

57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Africa .
Egypt
Morocco . . . .
.
South Africa .
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries 6
Other ,

1 142
106
12
337
139
138
548

1 183
126
18
367
136
176
360

1 134
123
18
401
85
143
364

1 232
130
15
429
91
170
397

1 267
141
19
453
81
174
400

1 405
161
11
506
90
169
469

1 490
157
13
533
100
221
467

1 567
167
10
557
118
214
501

1 595
151
10
566
130
247
490

1 663
159
17
564
140
255
530

64
65
66

Other countries. .
Australia
All other

731
598
132

111
580
137

707
542
165

679
540
139

687
543
145

684
533
151

687
555
132

648
524
124

657
537
121

685
554
132

6

6

6

6

6

6

7

16

8

9

...

,
.
.

.

.

.....

.

67 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations * °

210



....

111

52. Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States l—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
19'76

19 75

Area and country
Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr,

May

June

1 Total

53,230

55,691

56,480

58,308

59,691

62,205

61,993

64,180

66,413

66,527

2 Foreign countries

53,222

55,665

56,452

58,275

59,656

62,170

61 ,960

64,140

66,375

66,488

9,827
39
488
104
178
1 089
399
285
455
310
170
25
425
207
186
139
4,271
193
62
349
454

10,627
38
505
104
175
1 499
434
286
531
258
162
27
435
176
224
138
4,510
199
50
422
454

10,982
53
427
106
185
1,404
594
327
488
291
156
40
438
209
270
199
4,596
218
63
428
490

11,109 11,151
35
40
286
341
104
107
183
180
1,565
1,528
426
380
285
290
443
437
322
305
131
125
30
33
424
444
198 1
149
213
199
164
129
5,152
5,170
210
220
76
79
406
398
542
513

11,274
41
329
107
167
1,652
353
273
438
274
119
37
408
147
241
151
5,365
234
69
303
564

10,987
42
341
109
175
1,389
397
275
435
288
114
38
400
161
299
144
5,200
251
57
323
550

11,703
39
322
105
154
1,393
367
276
475
294
107
29
412
146
301
137
6,032
238
57
284
534

11,566
42
330
104
156
1,229
385
265
544
272
114
44
517
148
288
159
5,832
227
66
299
546

11,709
38
354
126
173
1,230
325
266
577
325
112
52
497
133
309
183
5,853
222
81
301
550

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 Europe 2
U.S.S.R. . .
..
Other Eastern Europe 3

....
....
...

...

24

Canada

2 694

2 808

2,746

2,834

3,071

3,076

3 068

3,379

3,558

3,301

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 ' 6
Guatemala
Jamaica 5
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles »
Panama
Peru . , .
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other

21,285
1 376
6,474
61
2,582
1 575
535
751
21
230

22,822
1,484
7,312
76
2,672
1,443
488
723
13
336

22,852
1,408
6,884
42
2,925
1,846
519
714
13
284

23,863
1,377
7,583
104
3,385
1,464
494
751
14
252

25,608
1,417
8,065
67
3,297
2,352
442
713
13
239

28,089
1,513
10,058
95
3,339
2,604
475
641
14
281

27,850
1,455
10,329
93
3,511
2,403
460
614
23
263

29,139
1,550
10,407
71
3,560
3,498
489
607
13
287

31,139
1,512
11,247
100
3,712
3,724
497
596
16
396

30,957
1,342
11,591
77
3,963
3,412
491
615
16
296

3,530
67
834
797
57
1,332
1,063

3,416
69
1,007
793
55
1,276
1,658

3,413
69
991
773
60
1,201
1,708

3,745
72
1,138
805
57
1,319
1,302

3,673
128
1,365
831
71
1,184
1,753

4,039
124
1,283
846
63
1,099
1,616

4,033
125
1,207
814
51
1,215
1,254

4,287
125
872
857
43
1,266
1,208

4,568
127
1,083
842
36
1,478
1,208

4,680
128
940
851
38
1,353
1,163

44

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan . . .
Hong Kong .
.
...
India .
Indonesia
Israel . .
Japan
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting countries 7
Other,

16 933

16,764

17,054

17,706

17,078

16,959

17 274

17,078

17,189

17,629

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

6
907
267
53
206
628
10 539
1,739
481
496
860
751

12
914
291
47
221
610
10,422
1,782
480
525
667
793

12
1,000
293
47
234
597
10,618
1,743
490
524
755
740

22
1,053
289
57
246
721
10,944
1,791
534
520
744
785

10
1,055
259
54
268
639
10,248
1,828
598
560
730
830

16
1,057
252
62
268
585
9,957
1,938
666
543
810
804

22
1,085
259
60
300
521
10,256
1,852
681
559
942
736

28
1,093
237
59
303
516
10,118
1,973
681
557
784
729

9
1,182
263
67
287
492
9,980
1,933
712
512
866
885

28
1,166
309
70
288
517
10,364
1,934
693
512
928
820

57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Africa
,
Egypt . . . .
.
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
..
Oil-exporting countries *
Other

1,767
142
13
596
151
315
550

1,872
144
16
605
166
355
586

1,976
147
12
642
173
343
659

1,933
123
8
657
181
382
581

1,943
123
9
658
189
368
595

1,944
118
11
660
178
391
586

1,930
118
14
709
179
388
522

2,018
123
15
770
188
384
538

2,075
115
16
811
182
384
567

1,996
128
20
833
105
377
533

64
65
66

Other countries
Australia
All other

716
593
123

772
616
156

843
692
150

830
700
130

804
656
148

828
662
166

851
689
162

823
676
147

848
724
124

897
742
155

8

26

27

33

35

34

33

40

38

39

....

..

67 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations l °




211

52. Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States 1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 76

Area and country

19 77

July

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

68,174

Europe.
Austria
Belgi urn -Luxembourg
....
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands . . . .
Norway
Portugal
....
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia . ,
Other Western Europe 2
U.S.S.R
Other Eastern Europe 3

24

Canada .

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

67,319

69,722

70,793

73,283

79,301

78,402

78,165

75,324

76,283

67 , 276

69 , 68D

70,754

73 , 243

79,261

78,360

78,125

75,284

76,244

12,292
42
381
142
180
1,220
367
259
699
263
123
68
523
133
284
163
6,248
226
64
335
574

11,956
40
314
108
228
1,041
338
250
686
276
129
87
537
174
351
143
5 942
281
67
407
558

11 881
65
302
116
182
1,287
39'?
301
721
27 a
114
8")
562

12,888 13,253
61
73
349 i
337
123
175
194
191
1,234
1,195
508
481
276
261
778
896
252
411
123
127
70
76
566
639
129
118
368
356
190
186
6,165
6,425
237
248
84
81
456
469
595
636

14,776
63
482
133
199
1,549
509
279
993
315
136
88
745
206
379
249
7,033
234
85
485
613

13,276
60
373
134
194
1,376
456
249
920
256
166
102
668
150
430
271
5,964
275
71
479
683

13,557
62
414
127
192
1,585
564
272
859
523
180
112
684
130
434
302
5,578
280
77
476
686

13,942 14,591
75
80
404
360
136
118 '
192
204
1,885
1,671
545
517
255
242
967
936
392
256
166
176
118
120
755
668
162
123
405
388
372
163
6,309
6,156
264
262
69
66
492
494
701
670

.

.

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Asia . .
. .
China
Mainland
....
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting countries 7
Other

57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
...
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries 9
Other
.
..

64
65
66

Other countries
Australia
All other
. .

, ,,.

3,206

3,220

3 369

3,290

3,312

3,319

3 121

3,377

3,596

3,623

31 804
1,350
11 647
500
4 168
3,096
561
581
13
337

34 313
1,182
14 322
158
4 378
3,421
553
533
13
328

33,875
1,120
12,714
168
4,608
3,991
556
590
13
315

35,757
1,059
14,151
132
4,777
4,294
572
609
14
358

38,879
1,192
15,464
150
4,901
5,082
597
675
13
375

40 625
1,152
13 989
165
5 026
4,317
562
688
13
363

41,017
1,073
14,192
149
4,796
4,072
537
690
13
365

36 , 658
1,117
15,552
167
4,578
4,079
526
633
13
400

36,926
1,084
14,277
169
4,806
5,022
594
653
13
406

4 725
123
805
886
34
1,455
1,142

4 778
123
903
894
34
1,712
1 106

4 630
141
933
920
31
1,528
1 242

4 481
138
1,234
868
32
1,577
1,471

4,654
133
896
851
39
1,752
1,467

4,822
140
1,372
933
42
1,828
1,293

4 823
146
878
982
47
1,576
1 293

4,763
143
1,520
978
46
1,566
1,595

4,678
146
976
969
45
1,535
1,244

4 736
159
1,250
988
42
1,507
1,219

. 17,348

17,321

17,189

17,647

17,870

19,204

18,154

16,926

17,631

17,380

13
1,231
332
69
244
476
10,344
1,860
550
486
963
781

6
1 269
292
69
233
460
10,149
1 795
629
458
1,023
939

4
1 316
297
66
244
512
10,251
1 837
642
455
892
672

14
1,325
257
94
267
507
10,592
1,805
659
437
936
755

3
1,439
314
81
263
526
10,448
1,847
666
431
1,222
630

3
1,344
316
69
218
755
11,040
1,978
719
442
1,459
863

3
1 364
277
51
206
537
10,632
1,978
.754
440
1,095
817

32
1,426
310
48
203
538
9,490
1,837
642
463
1,163
774

9
1,465
389
58
191
525
9,523
2,006
600
512
1,537
817

6
1,445
420
47
197
495
9,499
2,069
635
491
1,314
762

1,999
127
17
840
100
397
518

2,111
123
16
837
108
495
531

2,075
118
28
847
107
411
563

2,164
105
23
941
97
475
523

2,225
114
29
928
102
482
570

2,311
126
27
957
112
524
565

2,329
155
30
1,001
100
452
591

2,298
131
25
1,000
93
464
585

2,435
152
39
992
111
563
580

2,465
149
57
1,021
103
527
608

853
718
134

864
720
144

853
681
172

890
719
171

825
650
175

772
597
175

8S5
670
185

950
767
184

1,022
836
186

1,259
1,078
181

38

43

43

39

41

40

42

40

39

38

.

67 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations l °, .




13*»

27$
156
5 630
227
85
409
560'

32,438
1,341
12,493
113
3,935
3,894
514
620
13
346

Latin America and Caribbean .
Argentina
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Chile.
Colombia
Cuba .
Ecuador 6
GuatemaAa
Jamaica *
. ....
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles
Panama
Peru. .
..
.
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other

212

Sept,

. 68,135

1 Total
2 Foreign countries
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Aug.

.

. . . .

. . . .

52. Banks9 own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States 1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 77

19 78

Area and country
Sept.

Oct.

80,039

78,970

81,869

84,300

85,271

79,995

78,925

81,826

84,257

85,226

15,228
75
467
146
165
1,820
591
224
1,061
359
159
173
729
196
374
384
6,899
286
60
478
582

16,302
129
429
189
169
1,750
607
255
1,126
439
131
181
733
196
611
393
7,599
280
56
490
539

16,549
85
616
171
182
1,696
732
250
1,150
315
143
171
856
226
578
388
7,407
281
272
481
550

15,689
65
627
153
175
1,721
610
220
'1,202
348
147
151
715
197
525
396
7,154
282
63
406
534

18,114
65
561
173
172
2,082
644
206
1,334
338
162
175
722
218
564
360
8,964
311
86
413
566

June

1 Total

78,510

80,065

2 Foreign countries

78,471

80,008

15 321
60
448
134
194
1,926
497
251
1,021
353
175
133
668
124
413
393
7,046
287
56
475
667

15,994
71
588
134
179
1,859
541
234
912
455
150
132
673
147
424
397
7,601
290
67
489
651

15,806
79
428
128
161
1,884
600
240
999
427
147
145
706
200
428
378
7,441
296
51
485
582

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 Europe 2
U.S.S.R
Other Eastern Europe 3

24

Canada

.
,,. .

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

90,206

91,874

91,040

90,163

91,830

91,005

17,034
107
660
172
179
1,776
640
188
1,170
374
176
137
732
230
597
337
8,133
306
142
424
554

17,197
112
552
171
184
1,988
615
209
1,147
382
191
155
735
200
704
311
8,200
308
74
383
576

.

.

.

.

.

.

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Africa
Egypt
. .
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
.
Oil-exporting countries '
Other

64
65
66

Other countries
Australia
AH other

..
.

67 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations 1 °

3,382

3,588

3,685

3,291

3,430

3,524

3,355

3,758

4,009

37 995
1,088
15 329
202
4 662
4 803
540
595
13
403

. .

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan .
.
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Israel
.
.
Japan
Korea
Philippines
. .
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting countries 7
Other
.
. .




July

3,335

25 Latin America and Caribbean
26
Argentina
27
Bahamas
28
Bermuda .
....
29
Brazil
30
British West Indies ;
31
Chile
32
Colombia
33
Cuba
34
Ecuador
35
Guatemala 6
....
36
Jamaica 5
37
Mexico
.
. .
.
38
Netherlands Antilles
39
Panama
. .
40
Peru
4 1
Uruguay
42
Venezuela
....
43
Other
44

....

Nov.

Aug.

May

38,211
1,100
16 278
140
4 599
4,689
535
584
13
428

38,203
1,047
15 264
207
4 602
4,935
493
606
13
437

37,785
1,089
13,790
154
4,676
5,603
501
657
13
468

40,255
1,175
15,710
164
4,610
5,964
555
627
13
466

42,060
1,324
17,792
169
4,712
5,036
564
666
10
462

43 , 540
1,346
18,558
195
4,500
5,477
595
663
15
479

45,850
1,478
19,858
232
4,629
6,481
675
671
10
517

48,616
1,622
22,348
111
4,510
6,173
690
651
14
518

47,249
1,574
21 517
233
4 559
5,589
700
640
4
530

4,694
141
1 578
970
43
1,683
1 249

4,661
156
1,021
997
38
1,692
1 278

4,948
149
1,401
988
44
1,779
1,291

4,950
168
1,592
982
46
1,858
1,240

5,186
172
1,199
969
59
2,081
1,304

5,109
160
1,569
933
55
2,099
1,399

5,051
111
1,804
915
68
2,188
1,408

4,909
224
1,410
962
80
2,318
1,394

4,898
220
1,953
965
67
2,205
1,671

4,719
208
1,880
931
65
2,421
1,678

18 225

Iff 597

18,673

18,466

18,252

18,372

18,741

19,236

18,830

18,985

26
1,646
448
79
218
467
9,517
2,276
650
645
1,482
798

19
1,667
438
68
247
478
9,460
2,266
609
639
1,688
794

21
1,622
550
72
201
489
9,629
2,140
639
611
1,918
851

10
1,719
543
53
232
.
584
9,839
2,336
594
633
1,746
947

15
1,619
516
65
210
501
9,626
2,458
602
634
1,681
903

13
1,663
495
72
222
498
9 767
2,315
642
647
1,753
898

14
1,573
392
57
174
456
9 756
2,174
622
538
1,611
857

40
1,585
434
62
205
500
10 153
2,124
541
576
1,412
965

12
1,613
438
48
209
486
9 926
2,249
506
614
1,604
968

8
1,578
365
87
200
495
9,818
2,341
602
607
1,522
844

2,400
159
45
1,004
96
465
631

2,584
165
37
1,027
101
643
611

2,447
168
45
1,036
101
490
607

2,560
159
54
1,028
99
585
634

2,465
143
60
1,016
108
537
601

2,621
161
56
1,095
94
588
627

2,532
136
43
1,044
98
544
667

2,518
119
43
1,066
98
510
682

2,556
126
61
1,095
98
499
677

2,548
121
44
1,106
98
531
648

1 196
1,017
179

1,241
1,047
194

1,277
1,057
220

1,202
992
211

1,260
1,059
201

1,224
1,031
192

1,202
1,018
184

1,090
905
186

1,037
839
198

1 017
813
204

39

57

44

45

43

43

45

43

44

35

213

52. Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States ]—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 78

Area and country

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

1 Total

96,449

91,255

90,060

90,030

88,990

92,603

95,502

97,218 105,857 115,030

2 Foreign countries

96,406

91,207

90,025

89,999

88,954

92,565

95,463

97,178 105,812 114,974

18,690
83
596
166
189
2,265
783
211
1,155
470
184
155
741
171
696
315
9,204
307
49
370
580

15,986
76
712
142
180
1,976
717
200
888
419
190
126
550
199
829
308
6,984
280
267
316
626

16,842 17,260 16,931
94
110
105
1,089
866
780
183
141
129
182
182 1
187
2,239 j 2,249
2,228
832
723
774
204
279
190
973
1,094
1,198
383
436
468
209
217
208
132
122
116
684
659
677
184
244
219
821
404
771
3Q6
309
313
7,114 1 7,628
7,334
285
320
301
153
165
137
313
369
326
552
556
571

17,252
107
847
146
216
2,580
661
125
1,037
403
163
105
676
290
1,013
305
7,260
281
125
343
568

18,478
95
969
147
221
2,845
742
126
1,022
380
263
99
735
325
871
305
7,948
307
132
370
575

19,367
111
1,061
160
232
2,771
SOS
161
1,358
494
238
106
893
348
781
293
8,115
293
138
387
622

3,144

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 Europe 2
U.S.S.R.
.
Other Eastern Europe a

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
Feuador
Guatemala 6
Jamaica 5
Mexico . .
Netherlands Antilles
Panama. .
Peru
Uruguay
, .
Venezuela
Other

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa . .
Zaire , .
Oil-exporting countries 9
Other . .

64
65
66

Other countries
Australia .
All other

. .

!

Oct.

I
!

|
!!

Nov.

20 , 568
142
1,232
193
260
2,716
838
134
1,453
602
282
180
980
465
1 ,045
283
8,409
302
107
321
622

Dec.

24,231
140
1,200
254
305
3,742
900
164
1,504
680
299
171
1,110
537
1,283
283
10,156
363
122
366
652

4,084

2,773

2,457

3,353

3,456

3,614

4,524

5,145

49 . 866
1,642
22,801
195
4,832
6,851
710
592
3
544

50,877
1,531
23,283
180
4,322
8,409
721
550
1
524
61
19
4,473
* 201
2,198
888
51
2,135
1,319

47,713
1,595
21,256
34!i
4,443
6.77.-I
717
577
1
531
79
42
4,537
206
2,169
920
58
2,228
1,237

46,633 47,126 49 , 303
1,572
1,555
1,566
18,549 19,546 ! 21,834
145
145 |
194
4,684
4,612
4,838
7,094
8,158
7,065
745
745
809
617
649
687
1
1
1
547
560
561
83
86
90
44
53
49
5,099
5,016
4,901
212
206
198
1,910
2,286
1,631
931
919
930
52
53 1
56
2,512
2,233
2,335
1,236
1,216
1,248

50,093
1,690
19,272
141
5,266
8,756
742
727
1
646
79
46
5,011
230
2,301
967
51
2,747
1,420

49,366
1,461
19,128
352
5,596
7,329
832
793

56,B50
2,274
21,116
189
6,251
9,505
968
1,012

621
85
45
4,927
212
2,485
946
63
3,105
1,386

54,783
1,703
23,966
141
6,137
6,444
862
936
4
680
89
49
5,255
242
2,531
931
58
3,367
1,388

Asia
20,039
China
11
Mainland
Taiwan
1,656
609
Hong Kong
97
India . .
202
Indonesia
491
Israel . .
Japan
10,266
2 090
Korea
'660
Philippines . . .
. . .
656
Thailand.
.
..
2,219
Middle East oil-exporting countries *
1,082
Other

18,406

19,840

20,459

18,623

19,424

20,212

21,582

22,734

25,538

20
1,400
926
53
165
435
9,789
1,847
614
686
1,504
969

13
1,455
867
72
137
495
10,038
1,803
749
730
2,510
971

13
1,331
957
80
146
468
10,219
2,327
678
711
2,045
1,482

5
1,183
813
46
139
445
9,834
1,938
638

1,641
1,218

31
1,177
905
73
125
504
9,911
1,927
728
685
2,092
1,267

8
1,242
1,017
76
152
544
10,308
1,933
730
635
2,210
1,357

10
1,285
1,484
66
144
555
10,634
1,790
732
734
2,137
2,012

6
1,356
1,385
46
188
719
11,965
1,792
717
760
2,198
1,603

4
1,499
1,573
54
143
872
12,739
2,277
680
758
3,135
1,804

2,632
107
39
1,169
101
493
723

2,219
79
35
1,035
77
427
566

2,213
72
37
1,051
80
442
530

2,133
70
40
1,049
79
383
512

2,132
79
38
1,032
79
341
563

2,260
62
42
1,054
79
458
565

2,161
67
38
1,022
82
406
547

2,226
56
47
990
161
438
534

2,163
68
36
906
162
439
551

2,221
107
82
860
164
452
556

1,095
879
216

945
778
166

960
794
166

989
824
166

997
831
167

972
827
145

1,063
895
169

1,023
879
145

1,041
894
147

988
877
111

43

48

34

31

36

38

39

41

45

56

....

..

....

67 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations 1 °

214



4,836
215
1,699
920
65
2,367
1,593

....

2,524

723

705
94
40
5,417
273
3,074
918
52
3,474
1,487

53. Banks9 own and domestic customers9 claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States l
Millions of dollars, end of period
1974

Type of claim
Jan.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

26,131

1 Total
2 Banks1 own claims on foreigners 2
3 Foreign public borrowers
4 Own foreign offices 3
5 Unaffiliated foreign banks
6
Deposits . .
7
Other
8 All other foreigners

Feb.

28,036

31,039

32,553

35,820

38,517

39,932

41,575

40,496

40,821

2,012

1,969

1,908

1,947

1,829

16,143 "i^SM" 18,159

17,097

17,303

1,470

1,709

1,925

1,941

iojii'

11,583

12,608

13,742

6,318

9 Claims of banks* domestic customers 4
10 Deposits. . . .
1 1 Negotiable and 6
readily transferable
instruments
12 Outstanding collections and other claims6. , . .

1,514

9,077

6,227

6,444

6,878

7,066

7,395

7,675

7,426

7,455

7,554

4,387

4,427

4,642

4,805

5,081

5,107

5,152

5,295

5,245

5,356

1974

1975

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

1 Total

43,008

44,958

45,248

46,263

48,789

49,339

52,795

52,527

52,700

53,056

2 Banks* own claims on foreigners2
3 Fdreign public borrowers. , . .
4 Own foreign offices 3
5 Unaffiliated foreign banks
6
Deposits
7
Other
8 All other foreigners

1,829

1,708

1,726

1,752

1,707

1,599

1,645

1,760

1,855

1,906

18,777

19,499

18,453

18,589

18,074

19,074

19,774

18,656

18,316

19,614

7,686

7,806

7,877

7,944

8,125

8,396

8,635

8,746

9,116

9,324

5,345

5,637

5,565

5,346

5,418

5,342

5,537 "5]345'

5,383

5,314

9 Claims of banks* domestic customers 4
10 Deposits
1 1 Negotiable and readily transferable
instruments e
12 Outstanding collections and other claims 0 . . . .
13 MEMO: Customer liability on acceptances.

1976

1975

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

1 Total

53,230

55,691

56,480

58,308

59,691

62,205

61,993

64,180

66,413

66,527

2 Banks* own claims on" foreigners 2
3 Foreign public borrowers
4 Own foreign offices 3
5 Unaffiliated foreign banks
6
Deposits
7
Other
.
8 All other foreigners

1,917

1,930

'2;6i5

1,989

1,996

2,022

2,080

2,103

2,390

2,188

18,979

19,128

20,418

20,350

20,587

21,185

20,711

21,731

22,539

22, "2

9,596

9,691

9,734

10,324

io.iii

10,266

10,423

10,587

10,985

10,874

5,314

5,465

5,363

5,467

5,311

5,191

5,367

5,325

5,379

5,517

. .

9 Claims of banks* domestic customers4
10 Deposits . .
1 1 Negotiable and readily transferable
instruments B
.
. . . .
12 Outstanding collections and other claims 6 . . . .
13 MEMO: Customer liability on acceptances




215

53. Banks' own and domestic customers9 claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars., reported by banks
in the United States 1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 76

Type of claim

19 77

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

1 Total

68,174

67,319

69,722

70,793

73,283

79,301

78,402

78,165

2 Banks' own claims on foreigners 2
3 Foreign public borrowers
4 Own foreign offices 3
5 Unaffiliated foreign banks
6
Deposits .
,
, ,
7
Other
8 All other foreigners

2,087

2,386

2,118

2,396

2,663

2,717

2 . 521

2,426

2,409

22,943

22,155

22,175

23 , 562

23J78

25,764

24,213

24,528

24,77?

25,693

10,867

11,211

11,301

11,362

11,564

12,018

12,123

12,213

11,787

11,687

5,542

5,495

5,746

5,586

5,628

5,756

5,938

6,190

6,339

. . .

9 Claims of banks* domestic customers *
10 Deposits .
H
Negotiable and readily transferable
instruments 8
12 Outstanding collections and other claims 6 . . . .

2,885 !

| Mar,

Apr.

75,324

76,283

i

5,908 !

..„.„..,

13 MEMO: Customer liability on acceptances

""

19 77

1978

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

78,510

80,065

80f 039

78,970

81,869

84,300

85,271

90,206

91,874

91,040

2,663

1 Total
2 Banks' own claims on foreigners ^
3 Foreign public borrowers
4 Own foreign offices 8
.
5 Unaffiliated foreign banks
6
Deposits
7
Other
3 All other foreigners

June

2,662

2,536

2,759

2,792

2,897

2,890

2,962

3,037

3,079

29,578

27,515

27,804

12,303

12 , 346

12,152

6,176

6,342

6,446

Nov.

Dec.

26,088

27,307

26,577

28,009

27,728

11,401

9 Claims of banks' domestic customers 4
10 Deposits
1 1 Negotiable and readily transferable
instruments 6
....
12 Outstanding collections and other claims 6 . . . .

25 , 741

27,127

11 396

11 556

11,557

11 895

12,112

1 1 , 628

6,317

6,417

6,352

6,200

6,025

6,005

6,045

........

13 MEMO* Customer liability on acceptances
19 78

Mar.
1 Total

. . .

9 Claims of banks' domestic customers 4
10
Deposits
1 1 Negotiable and readily transferable
instruments 6
12 Outstanding collections and other claims '

216



May

June

91,255
5,846
38 , 794
28 , 109
4 476
23,633
18 506

90,060
6,064
37 , 769
27 , 604
4 717
22,887
18 623

90,030
6,372
•13,942
30,134
5,226
2,4,908
19 582

July

Aug.

88,990
7,172
34 , 863
27 , 595
5,051
22 , 544
19 360

92,603
7,601
37 , 629
27,355
4,764
22,591
20,018

Sept.

Oct.

3,004
30 , 840
12 546

6 765

104,559

126,139

95 , 502
8,065
35,367
31,539
4,567
26,972
20 , 532

97,218 105,857 115,030
9,247 10,095
8,*90
36,655 40,793 41,217
30,*M3 33,554 40,381
5,664
4,410
4,U3
26,800 29,145 34,716
21,260 22,263 23,338

9,114
419

. . . . 96,449

2 Banks* own claims on foreigners 2 .
3 Foreign public borrowers
4 Own foreign offices 3
5 Unaffiliated foreign banks
6
Deposits
7
Other
8 All other foreigners

13 MEMO: Customer liability on acceptances

Apr,

9,057
500

11,109
994

3,694
5 001

3,724
4 833

4,762
5 353

11,840

12,723

14,917

!)9,145

54. Banks' own claims on unaffiliated foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States L
Millions of dollars, end of period

1978

Maturity ; by borrower and area
June

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

By borrower
Maturity of 1 year or less 2
Foreign public borrowers
All other foreigners
Maturity of over 1 year 2
Foreign public borrowers
All other foreigners . . .
By area
Maturity of 1 year or less 2
Europe
Canada
Latin American and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
All other 3
Maturity of over 1 year 2
Europe
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
All other 3




Dec.

55,433
.

. . .

...
.

. .
,

59,907

73,468

44 , 103
3,067
41 ,036
11,330
2,931
8,399

47,055
3,702
43,353
12,852
3,925
8,927

58,185
4,528
53,658
15,282
5,315
9,967

9,627
1,598
17,203
13,695
1,457
523

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

Sept.

10,454
1,948
18,759
13,769
1,535
591

15,049
2,670
20,867
17,534
1,496
569

2,920
344
5,886
1,298
631
252

3,104
794
6,859
1,305
580
211

3,158
1,426
8,448
1,401
636
214

217

55. Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies, reported by banks
in the United States
Millions of dollars, end of period

1974
Item

Jan.
1 Banks' own liabilities
,
2 Banks* own1 claims^
3 Deposits
...
....
l
4 Other claims
,
5 Claims of banks* domestic customers 2

640
8S1
467
415

Feb.
770
923
594
329

Apr.

Mar.
770
924
1545
379

706
934
589
344

May
653
951
611
340

June

July

792
1,024
687
337

666
t 070
626
444

1 Banks' own liabilities
2 Banks* own claimsl
3 Deposits l . . .
,
4 Other claims * . . . . .
5 Claims of banks' domestic customers 2

719
1,101
547 •
553

Nov.
744
1,100
515
585

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

766
1,276
669
607

721
1 345
720
624

733
1,244
609
635

Mar.
682
1,218
626
592

Apr.
742
1,183
622
561

19'is

July
1 Banks* own liabilities
2 Banks' own claims *
3 Deposits! 1
4 Other claims
5 Claims of banks' domestic customers*

218



561
1 268
611
657

Aug.
562
1,260
636
623

746
874
461
413

Sept.
696
988
468
520

19 75

1974
Oct.

Aug.

Sept.
554
1,2 J 51
601
6'iO

May
665
1,140
480
660

June
584
1 305
591
714

1976
Oct.
637
1,455
769
686

Nov.
642
1,470
672
798

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

560
1,459
656
802

610
1 383
721
662

656
1,579
764
816

Mar.
574
1,474
798
677

55. Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1976
Item

Apr.
769
1,595
955
640

1 Banks' own liabilities
.
2 Banks' own claims1
3 Deposits l l
4 Other claims .
5 Claims of banks* domestic customers 2

May
734
1 534
885
649

June
692
1,727
954
773

July
674
1,617
870
747

Aug.
674
1,725
938
786

Sept.

Oct.

707
1,852
1,064
787

786
1 889
1,087
803

Nov.
805
1,992
1,124
867

Dec.
781
1 834
1,103
731

1977
Jan.
789
2,146
1,210
936

1 Banks* own liabilities . . .
2 Banks* own claims1
3 Deposits 1 l
4 Other claims
5 Claims of banks' domestic customers 2

Feb.
872
2 450
1,149
1,301

Mar.
928
2,127
1,140
987

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

876
1,927
958
969

722
1,966
864
1,102

745
1,968
834
1,133

1,033
1 835
794
1,041

967
2,115
1,006
1,108

1 Banks* own liabilities
2 Banks' o w1 claims 1
n
.
3 Deposits
4 Other claimsl
5 Claims of banks' domestic customers 2




.

.

.

844
2,207
900
1 307

Nov.
944
2,086
841
1 245

823
1,944
818
1,126

19 78

1977
Oct.

Sept.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

925
2,356
941
1,415

831
2,371
940
1,432

885
2,317
895
1,422

Mar.
986
2,383
948
1,435

June
1 474
2,622
1,084
1 538
809

Sept.
1,772
2,957
1,375
1,582
446

Dec.
2 235
3,547
1,672
1,875
367

219

56. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks 1
Millions of dollars, end of period
1974

Assets
Jan.

Feb.

Apr.

Mar.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dee.

All foreign countries
1 Total, all currencies
2 Claims on United States.
3 Parent bank
4 Other.....
5 Claims on foreigners
6 Other branches of parent bank
7 Banks
8 Public borrowers
9 Nonbank foreigners
10 Other assets
11 Total payable in U.S. dollars
12 Claims on United States.
13 Parent bank
14 Other
15 Claims on foreigners
16 Other branches of parent bank
17 Banks
IB Public borrowers
19 Nonbank foreigners
20 Other assets

123,871 127,246 136,984 140,020:145,918 147,467 145,058 148,7191147,720145,906 150,274 151,905
4,660
1,555
3,105

4,409
1,612
2,797

7,814
5,336
2,478

5,980
3,504,
2,476

114,562 117,755 123,997
19,490 20,357 22,397
57,663 57,894 60,563
2,891 3,144 3,539
34,518 36,360 37,497
4,649

5,081

8,031! 6,839
5,465 4,158
2,566 2,682

128,823 132,377 134,891
23,119 24,583 25,120
62,901 64,693 64,441
3,753 3,703 3,610
39,050 39,398 41,721

5,174

5,510

5,217
I

I!

5,736

6,4021 9,366
3,787) 6,868
2,614
2,498

6,267
3,622
2,645

4,661 7,751, 6,900
2,027 5,159 4,464
2,634: 2,592 2,435

132,945 133,473 135,2721135,284 136,442 138,712
25,726] 26,428; 26,322 26,958 28,366 27,559
61,949) 60,524 61,301 59,617; 58,727 60,283
3,689 3,4231 3,721 3,849 4,019 4,077
41,580 43,098 43,927 44,860 45,330] 46,793
,711

5,880

6,181

5 962

6,081i

6,294

81,918 83,963 92,910 94,292; 100,266)101,704 101,534^105,827,104,345 101, 9771105,066 105,969
4,186
1,518
2,668

4,004
1,557
2,448

7,396
5,252
2,143

75,933
13,245
40,661
2,006
20,021

78,OU
13,785
40,922
2,211
21,094

83,572
15,799
43,273
2,487
22,013

86,483
16,043
44,919
2,835
22,685

90 ,066
16 890
47, 373
2,841
22,962

1,799

1,946

1,941

2,188

2,514

I

5,621
3,456
2,165

110
738
373

9,05SJ
6,816
2,239

5,990
3,564
2,426

4, 379
1 970
2, 409

92 ,568
17 ,478
47 ,819
2 ,803
24 ,467

92,733
18,480,
46,422
889
24^42

93,893
19,694
45,681
2,780
25,7381

95,304
19,413
46,517
2,873
26,501

94,650
19,785
44,832i!
3,006
27,027

2,619

2,691

2,879

3,050

2,948

685( 6,
4t7ij 4
268 2,

7,445 6,603
5,105 4,428
2,340j 2,175
94,5811
20,6231
43,741
3,192
27,026

96,209
19,688
45,067
3,289
28,164

3,039, 3,157

United Kingdom
21 Total, all currencies
22 Claims on United States.
23 Parent bank
24 Other

63,757 63,585 68,076 68,959 71,982 71,305 69,197 70,3
1,484

1,477
616
861

3,070
2,319
751

2,589
1,806
783

3,792 3,561
2,969 2,612
823
949

70,965 68,123 69,137 69,804
2,860
2,087

63,974
12,486
34,575
718;
16,195

64,4
12,7
33,9
6
17,0

65,596
12,436
34,959
829
17,372i

64,462
12,386
33,608
887
17,581'

63,5711.
13,1221
32,128
753
17,567

64,111
12,724
32,701
788
17,898

2,509

2,336

2,179

2,445

60,185 59,792 63,020 64, 238 I 66,008
9,123 9,209 10,706 10,819 11,759
35,796 34,813 36,192 36,775 37,920°
907
916
887 1,073
889 1!
14,359 14,853 15,235 15,572 15,439

30 Other assets

2,317
1,986
2,131 2,183 2,126 2,177 2,2
i
41,762 46,062 46,419 49,654 49,363 48,158 49,4
42,131

31 Total payable in U.S. dollars.
32 Claims on United States.
33 Parent bank
34 Other
35 Chums on foreigners
36 Other branches of parent bank.
37 Banks
38 Public borrowers
39 Nonbank foreigners

2,087

774

i

S0,075> 47,968 48,710 49,211

2,958 3,5
2,194 2,8
765 j
6

2,774!
2,067

39,933 39,409 42,212 42.896 44.825 44,775 44,062J 44,6
6,825 6,902 8,240 8,386 9,285 9,425 9,932 10,5
24,447 23,723 24,705 24,913 26,301 25,534 24,132; 23,9
692
613
566
855
692
5
651
660
8,010
8,093 8,608 8,741
8,546 9,203 9,432 9,6

1,2

1,368

1,384
601
784

969

40 Other assets.

2,967
2,298
669

882

2,499
1,793
707

1,024

3,693
2,949
744

t,135

3,462
2,597
865

1,126

3,248
2,472
776

3,5
2,8
7

25 Claims on foreigners
26 Other branches of parent bank.
27 Banks.
28 Public borrowers
29 Nonbank foreigners..

65,617
11,886
36,468
812
16,452

l,325i 3,387
502 2,568
823
818

3,046
2,205
840

1,138

1,235
479
756

3,277
2,546
730

3,146
2,468
678

45,961
10,305
25,044
676
9,937!

45,421'
10,234i
24,499
7341
9,954]

44.19S
10,796
22,936
615
9,852

44,694
10,265
23,716
610
10,102

1.339J

1,312 !

1,235

1,372

708

Bahamas and Caymans
,317 30,080 30,071 32,313 31,733

41 Total, all currencies

.4,071 25,657 28,446 28,778 30,864 31,21

42 Claims on United States.
43 Parent bank
44 Other..

2,108
273
1,835

45 Claims on foreigners
46 Other branches of parent bank.
47 Banks
48 Public borrowers
49 Nonbank foreigners

,914 26,910 27,075 28,130 28,453
,056 2,770 3,178 3,829 3,478
12,059 11,,488 11,515 11,347 n,37i 11,354
2,022
1,719 1,,612 1,728 U756 1,993
10,386 10,757 10,896 10,795 10,937 11,599

50 Other assets

11,439 23,253 24,475 25,765 26,817 28, OC
2,033 2,329 2,749 2,792 3,191 3,21
9,821 10,603 11,264 1 1 , 808 12,297 12,70
1,294
1,391 1,486
1,160
1,548 1,66
9,679 9,782 10,36
8,425 9,026 9,071
744
623
524
7§
611
530

51 Total payable in U.S. dollars

£2,326 23,729 26,610 26,741 28,472 28,94

|,402 28,087| 27,509 29,307; 28,726

220



1,874
167
1,707

3,360
1,973
1,386

2,390
956
1,434

3,302
1,836
1,467

2,42
9«
1,44

2,380'
870
1,510

815

624
153
1 471

779

2,315
750
1,564

856]

2,206
7tl
1,495

790

3,299
1,816,
1,484'

883

2,464
1,081
1,383

815

56.—Continued
1974

Liabilities

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
52 Total, all currencies . . .

123,840 127,246 136,985 140,020 145,918 147,467 145,057 148,719 147,720 145,906 150,275 151,905

53 To United States
54 Parent bank
55 Other banks in U.S
56
Nonbanks

5,719
2,055
( 3,664

6,230
2,319
3,911

7,100
2,429
4,671

7,210
2,558
4,652

8,275
3,218
5,057

57 To foreigners
58 Other branches of parent bank
59 Banks
60 Official institutions
61 Nonbank foreigners

113,750
18,505
67,574
9,901
17,771

116,416
19,307
67,408
10,447
19,254

124,887
21,073
71,530
10,849
21,434

127,586
22,688
71,232
11,612
22,054

131,978
23,941
74,193
12,187
21,657

132,328
24,234
71,692
14,388
22,015

128,616
25,313
66,755
15,130
21,418

132,774
26,007
68,772
16,304
21,690

131,016
26,337
66,071
17,488
21,121

128,910
26,619
62,606
18,171
21,514

131,619
27,717
63,596
19,979
20,327

132,990
26,941
65,675
20,185
20,189

4,371

4,600

4,998

5,224

5,665

6,110

6,312

6,527

6,723

6,548

6,755

6,933

62 Other liabilities

9,419
4,123
5,296

9,981 10,449 11,901 11,982
5,058 5,853 6,249 5,809
4,923 4,596 5,652 6,173

82,218 84,649 93,410 94,921 100,714 102,302 102,432 106,909 106,004 103,934 107,427 107,890

63 Total payable in U.S. dollars
64 To United States
65 Parent bank
66 Other banks in U.S
6 7 Nonbanks . . .

9,028 10,129
3,488 4,373
5,540 5,757

.

68 To foreigners
69 Other branches of parent bank
70 Banks
71 Official institutions . .
72 Nonbank foreigners
73 Other liabilities

.

5,725
2,166
3,559

6,528
2,227
4,301

6,640
2,378
4,262

7,685
3,021
4,664

8,414
3,279
5,135

9,494
4,160
5,334

8,786
3,932
4,853

9,294
4,833
4,461

76,769
13,329
44,462
8,045
10,933

84,380
15,071
48,886
8,475
11,947

85,619
15,783
47,847
9,195
12,794

89,848
16,694
50,848
9,817
12,490

90,359
17,070
48,909
11,630
12,750

89,264
18,438
45,668
12,437
12,721

94,178
19,456
48,394
13,508
12,821

92,630
19,599
46,020
14,533
12,478

90,136
19,481
42,690
15,076
12,889

92,233
20,242
43,147
16,789
12,054

92,503
19,330
43,656
17,444
12,072

2,123

:

5,196
1,926
3,270
74,900
12,736
44,903
7,432
9,828

...

2,155

2,501

2,662

3,181

3,529

3,675

3,945

4,080

3,893

3,979

3,951

9,905 11,215 11,437
5,650 6,023 5,641
4,255 5,192 5,795

United Kingdom
74 Total, all currencies

63,726 63,585 68,076 68,959 71,982 71,305 69,197 70,832 70,965 68,123 69,137 69,804

75 To United States
76 Parent bank
77 Other banks in U.S
78 Nonbanks

2,429
346
( 2,083

79 To foreigners
80 Other branches of parent bank
81 Banks
8 2 Official institutions . . .
83 Nonbank foreigners
84 Other liabilities

..

2,573
269
2,303

3,167
353
2,814

3,123
409
2,714

3,729
749
2,979

3,744
606
3,138

3,701
713
2,988

3 ,503
635
2,867

3,227
683
2,544

4,376
889
3,487

3,978
510
3,468

59,356 58,956 63,096 63,914 66,156 65,429 63,557 64,309
4,350 4,193 4,587 4,975 4,890 4,913 5,099 4,794
36,796 35,355 37,700 36,524 39,596 36,711 34,293 33,920
7,880 8,295 8,592 9,240 9,273 11,289 11,643 12,737
10,332 11,112 12,217 13,175 12,398 12,516 12,521 12,858

64,919
5,428
33,766
13,544
12,181

62,621
5,237
30,621
14,051
12,712

62,397
5,071
30,352
15,454
11,521

63,409
4,762
32,040
15,258
11,349

2,543

2,275

2,363

2,418

1,941

2,057

1,813

1,922

2,097

2,132

3,439
611
2,828

2,201

2,373

85 Total payable in U.S. dollars

41,012 40,964 45,604 46,323 49,301 48,970 48,018 49,481 50,212 48,314 49,668 49,666

86 To United States
87 Parent bank
88 Other banks in U.S
89 Nonbanks

2,200
329
| 1,871

90 To foreigners .
91 Other branches of parent bank
92 Banks
93 Official institutions
94 Nonbank foreigners

37,884 37,579 41,708 42,453 44,625 44,214 43,528 44,654 45,550 44,033 44,256 44,594
2,846 2,729 3,063 3,234 3,083 3,255 3,364 3,278 3,667 3,690 3,557 3,256
22,770 21,330 24,164 23,207 26,010 23 , 669 22,287 22,558 22,818 20,203 20,200 20,526
6,006 6,476 6,830 7,401 7,468 9,137 9,550 10,437 11,035 11,444 12,808 13,225
6,262 7,044 7,650 8,612 8,064 8,155 8,326 8,382 8,030 8,696 7,691 7,587

95 Other liabilities

929

2,346
243
2,103

1,040

2,927
329
2,598

969

2,878
384
2,494

992

3,481
724
2,757

1,195

3,516
579
2,937

1,239

3,176
568
2,608

1,314

3,448
692
2,756

1,380

3,177
605
2,572

1,486

2,988
651
2,337

1,294

4,037
865
3,172

3,744
484
3,261

1,375 . 1,328

Bahamas and Caymans
96 Total, all currencies
97 To United States
98 Parent bank
99 Other banks in U.S
100 Nonbanks
101 To foreigners
102 Other branches of parent bank
103 Banks
104 Official institutions
105 Nonbank foreigners
106 Other liabilities.
107 Total payable in U.S. dollars




24,071 25,657 28,446 28,778 30,864 31,219 30,403 32,317 30,080 30,071 32,313 31,733
1,931
717
} 1,215

2,244
1,029
1,215

2,351
878
1,473

2,283
723
1 , 560

2,567
872
1,695

2,855
911
1,944

3,684
1,238
2,446

2,909
1,123
1,786

3,721
2,151
1,571

4,311
2,706
1,605

4,426
2,699
1,727

4,815
2,636
2,180

21,714 22,979 25,553 26,017 27,706 27,725 26,039 28,670 25,626 24,995 27 , 107 26,140
5,266 5,587 6,608 7,102 8,255 7,642 7,663 8,079 7,072 7,211 8,538 7,702
14,314 14,987 16,392 16,240 16,045 16,496 14,595 16,688 14,419 13,669 14,132 14,050
461
461
408
569 1,172 1,096 1,627 1,715 1,840 1,980 2,296 2,377
1,726 1,944 2,091 2,106 2,233 2,490 2,153 2,188 2,295 2,135 2,141 2,011
425

435

543

479

591

639

681

738

733

765

779

778

22,648 24,115 26,841 26,903 28,688 28,956 28,423 30,307 28,259 27,541 29,514 28,840

221

56. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks l—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1975

Assets

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

All foreign countries
1 Total, all currencies
2 Claims on United States. . .
3 Parent bank
4 Other
5 Claims on foreigners, .
6 Other branches of parent bank
7 Banks
8 Public borrowers . . .
9 Nonbank foreigners
.
10 Other assets
11 Total payable in U.S. dollars
12 Claims on United States
13 Parent bank
14 Other
15 Claims on foreigners
16 Other branches of parent bank
17 Banks
18 Public borrowers
19 Nonbank foreigners .
20 Other assets . .

151,877 152,845 156,376 157,015 158,447 164,117 162,511 167,672 167,886 171,465 173,736 176,493
7,256
4,586
2,671

5,618
3,013
2,605

5,333
2,643
2,689

138,593
27,934
59,344
4,178
47,137

141,329
29,305
59,279
4,270
48,474

144,843
28,694
62,061
4,412
49,676

6,027

5,899

6,200

9,151 ! 6,575
6,098
3,054

7,737
4,898
2,838

5,542
2,344
3,198

5,926
2,795
3,131

145,250 144,497
29,71,5 28,229
60,761 1 60,842
4,354 4,495
50,420 50,931

152,123
31,628
64,223
4,843
51,430

149,946
31,055
63 , 126
4,672
51,092

151,897
32,062
62,974
4,780
52,081

6,451

6,639

6,623

5,841
3,061
2,780

5,924

6,213

;&

7,924
4,896
3,027

8,705
5,777
2,928

6,743
3,665
3,078

154,905
32,140
65,876
4,755
52,134

156,989
33,496
65,348
5,138
53,007

158,179
34,385
65,296
5,419
53,079

163,391
34,508
69,206
5,792
53,886

6,407

6,553

6,852

6,359

106,132 105,080 108,224 109,32!> 112,709 118,436 118,558 122,781 124,373 127,355 130,233 132,901
6,933
4,544
2,389

5,274
2,970
2,304

5,019
2,612
2,407

5,47(1
3,01*1
2,45$:

7,327
4,834
2,493

5,115
2,282
2,833

5,519
2,744
2,776

8,827
6,044
2,783

6,238
3,211
3,027

7,506
4,822
2,684

8,350
5,725
2,625

6,408
3,628
2,780

96,108
20,448
43,300
3,371
28,988

96,903
21,081
42,821
3,432
29,570

100,321
20,128
46,237
3,605
30,352

101,138
21,444
45,308
3,600
30,786

102,428
21,885
45,546
3,686
31,311

110,294
25,183
49,310
3,950
31,851

109,544
25,001
48,874
3,804
31,864

110,654
25,758
48,250
4,028
32,618

115,178
26,043
51,998
3,934
33,202

116,673
27,357
50,820
4,264
34,232

118,603
28,317
51 , 624
4,549
34,113

123,496
28,418
55,319
4,864
34,835

3,092

2,902

2,884

2,711

2,954

3,026

3,495

3,299

2,957

3,176

3,280

2,997

United Kingdom
21 Total, all currencies
22 Claims on United States
23 Parent bank.
24 Other
25 Claims on foreigners
26 Other branches of parent bank
27 Banks
28 Public borrowers. . .
...
29 Nonbank foreigners
30 Other assets
31 Total payable in U.S. dollars
32 Claims on United States
33 Parent bank
34 Other
35 Claims on foreigners .
36 Other branches of parent bank
37 Banks . . . .
38 Public borrowers
39 Nonbank foreigners
40 Other assets

68,467 67,233 69,779 69,352 68,747 70,751 70,382 72,455 72,120 72,742 73,924 74,883
2,633
1,902
731

1,818
1,023
796

1,798
982
817

2,017
1,126
891

2,535
1,689
845

1,834
641
1,192

1,904
807
1,097

3,795
2,698
1,097

2,042
1,076
967

2,681
1,699
982

3,112
2,137
975

2,392
1,449
943

63,542
12,873
32,528
. . .
854
17,288

63,445
13,246
32,114
848
17,237

65,818
12,806
34,694
929
17,389

65,433
13,314
33,533
919
17,667

64,309
12,491
32,939
920
17,958

66,868
13,765
35,099
948
17,056

66,277
14,414
34,090
923
16,851

66,428
15,213
33,486
948
16,780

67,923
15,249
35,560
825?
16,280

67,631
16,555
33,882
830
16,364

68,494
17,549
34,077
852
16,017

70,331
17,557
35,904
881
15,990

2,291

1,970

2,163

1,902

1,904

2,049

2,202

2,232

2,155

2,430

2,319

2,159

47,785 46,213 49,064 48,900 48,546 51,365 51,665 53,456 54,256 54,192 56,221 57,361
2 t 542
1,892
650

1,697
1,017
680

1,687
974
713

1,885
1,109
776

2,404
1,671
733

43,976
10,421
22,750
661
10,144

43,439
10,615
22,065
657
10,103

46,165
10,373
24,990
736
10,066

46,027
10,995
24,124
721
10,187

45,220
10,656
23,461
698
10,404

1,267

1,077

1,212

989

922

1,669
623
1,045

1,742
793
949

3,661
2,681
980

1,910
1,054
856

2,552
1,687
865

2,988
2,123
865

2,273
1,445
828

48,714 48,787 48,763 51,369 50,494 52,146 54,121
12,054 12,664! 13,315 13,488 14,654 15,555 15,645
25,922 25,428 24,719 27,514 25,450 26,233 28,224
721
713
740
592
648
638
596
10,017 9,983 9,989 9,772 9,799 9,720 9,604
983

1,136

1,032

977

1,146

1,087

967

Bahamas and Caymans
41 Total, all currencies
42 Claims on United States
43 Parent bank
44 Other
45 Claims on foreigners
46 Other branches of parent bank
47 Banks
48 Public borrowers
49 Nonbank foreigners
50 Other assets
51 Total payable in U.S. dollars

222



33,131 33,534 33,793 35,666 38,198 39,646 39,614 41,624 41,601 44,166 44,471 45,203
3,225
1,594
1,630

2,565
1,072
1,493

2,407
839
1,568

2,588
1,006
1,582

4,126
2,468
1,658

2,634
987
1,647

2,787
1,134
1,653

4,117
2,580
1,536

3,189
1,289
1,900

3,989
2,295
1,694

4,544
2,929
1,615

3,229
1,477
1,752

29,069 30,135 30,670 32,358 33,214 36,181 35,676 36,555 37,479 39,225 38,973 41,040
3,644 3,855 3,568 4,320 4,270 5,831 5,015 5,222 5,220 5,604 5,321 5,411
11,194 11,474 11,634 12,229 13,181 13,747 14,065 14,117 14,604 15,414 15,134 16,298
2,027 2,060 2,393 2,419 2,531 2,772 2,747 2,891 3,020 3,308 3,434 3,576
12,205 12,747 13,075 13,390 13,232 13,831 13,849, 14,324 14,635 14,899 15,084 15,756
838

834

716

720

858

831

1,150

953

933

952

954

933

29,842 29,831 30,099 31,485 35,024 36,293 36,180 38,168 38,232 40,952 41,125 41,887

56*—Continued
1975

Liabilities

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept,

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
151,877 152,845 156,376 157,016 158,447 164,117 162,511 167,672 167,886 171,465 173,736 176,493

52 Total, all currencies
53 To United States
54 Parent bank
55 Other banks in U.S
56 Nonbanks

,.

11,941 12,673 15,498 14,999 16,920 18,697 17,771 17,335 18,502 19,154 19,858 20,221
6,465 6,719 8,941 8,766 10,426 12 , 283 11,609 10,173 11,026 11,282 11,201 12,165
. . . . ! 5,476 5,954 6,557 6,233 6,494 6,414 6,162 7,162 7,476 7,872 8,657 8,057
133,357
27,413
64,167
21,686
20,090

62 Other liabilities

134,577
28,907
63,550
22,603
19,517

135,877
30,123
62,404
23,267
20,082

6,553

6,301

6,141

135,216 138,783
27,855 31,693
64,754 64,966
22,263! 21,169
20,344 20,955
6,311

6,637

138,458
31,673
65,949
20,387
20,449

143,926
31,926
70,198
21,114
20,688

143,182
31,567
70,853
19,780
20,981

146,066
33,216
70,560
20,642
21,648

147,011
33,892
70,567
21,200
21,352

149,815
34,111
72,259
22,773
20,672

6,282

6,411

6,202

6,246

6,867

6,456

108,681 107,010 110,369 111,468 115,321 120,648 120,763 125,328 126,850 129,569 133,291 135,907

63 Total payable in U.S. dollars
64 To United States
65 Parent bank
66 Other banks in U.S . .
67 Nonbanks

133,620
28,817
63,612
21,953
19,238

6,579

57 To foreigners
58 Other branches of parent bank
59 Banks . . .
60 Official institutions
61 Nonbank foreigners

..

11,478 12,175 14,886 14,340 16,316 18,077 17,157 16,689 17,871 18,477 19,159 19,503
6,313 6,571 8,752 8,580 10,249 12,087 11,402 9,992 10,823 11,078 11,008 11,939
. . . . } 5,164 5,603 6,135 5,760 6,067 5,990 5,755 6,698 7,048 7,399 8,151 7,564
93,413
20,349
42,873
18,343
11,848

73 Other liabilities

91,187
20,666
40,900
18,708
10,913

92,102
20,512
41,341
19 , 303
10,946

93,702
21,547
41,103
19,909
11,143

95,566
21,585
43,905
18,928
11,148

98,939
25,072
44,178
17,968
11,720

100,329
25,422
45,884
17,393
11,630

105,200
25,646
49,410
18,080
12,064

105,765
25,607
50,726
16,777
12,654

107,682
27,118
49,911
17,476
13,177

110,213
28,030
50,450
18,407
13,326

112,879
28,217
51,583
19,982
13,097

3,791

68 To foreigners
69 Other branches of parent bank
70 Banks
71 Official institutions
72 Nonbank foreigners

3,648

3,381

3 ,425

3,439

3,632

3,277

3,439

3,213

3,409

3,919

3,526

United Kingdom
68,467 67,233 69,779 69,352 68,747 70,751 70,382 72,455 72,120 72,742 73,924 74,883

74 Total, all currencies
75 To United States
76 Parent bank
77 Other banks in U.S
78
Nonbanks

3,804
873
} 2,931

4,596
1,342
3,254

4,772
1,337
3,435

4,668
1,451
3,217

4,679
1,718
2,961

5,251
1,904
3,348

5,112
1,833
3,279

4,905
1,766
3,139

5,497
2,028
3,468

5,646
2,122
3,523

60,740
4,693
29,402
16,517
10,127

62,488
4,630
30,115
17,305
10,438

62,729
5,394
28,770
17,812
10,753

61,811
5,325
28,996
16,726
10,764

63,828
7,030
30,000
15,524
11,274

63,482
6,475
30,617
15,312
11,077

64,994
6,260
32,079
15,617
11,038

64,962
6,396
33,130
14,486
10,950

65,681
6,746
32,315
14,909
11,711

66,210
6,470
33,284
15,180
11,275

67,240
6,494
32,964
16,553
11,229

2,287

84 Other liabilities
85 Total payable in U.S. dollars

5,095
1,224
3,871

62,375
4,567
30,282
16,419
11,108

79 To foreigners
80 Other branches of parent bank
81 Banks.
82 Official institutions
83 Nonbank foreigners

4,376
913
3,462

2,117

2,196

2,026

2,164

2,256

2,222

2,210

2,046

2,157

2,218

1,997

48,506 46,892 49,658 49,281 49,519 51,848 51,826 54,017 54,683 54,478 56,696 57,820

86 To United States
87 Parent bank
88 Other banks in U.S
89 Nonbanks

3,599
854
} 2,744

90 To foreigners
91 Other branches of parent bank
92 Banks . .
93 Official institutions
94 Nonbank foreigners .
,.

4,164
895
3,269

4,805
1,189
3,616

4,297
1,313
2,984

4,487
1,314
3,173

4,369
1,412
2,957

4,421
1,684
2,737

4,975
1,873
3,103

4,889
1,808
3,081

4,696
1,735
2,961

5,288
2,009
3,279

5,415
2,083
3,332

43,594 41,545 43,671 43,862 43,824 46,282 46,198 47,896 48,814 48,641 50,159 51,447
3,172 3,266 3,072 3,886 4,220 5,962 5,478 5,288 5,456 5,708 5,478 5,442
19,077 17,867 19,253 18,101 18,680 20,009 20,756 22,071 23,645 22,433 23,615 23,330
13,736 13,932 14,688 15,158 14,135 13,083 12,915 13,249 12,182 12,500 12,999 14,498
6,789 7,228 7,049 7,287 7,531
7,609 6,479 6,658 6,717
7,999 8,066 8,176

95 Other liabilities

1,313

1,184

1,183

1,122

1,208

1,197

1,207

1,146

980

1,142

1,249

959

Bahamas and Caymans
96 Total, all currencies . . .

.

97 To United States
98 Parent bank
99 Other banks in U.S
100 Nonbanks
101 To foreigners
102 Other branches of parent bank
103 Banks. . .
104 Official institutions
105 Nonbank foreigners . . .
106 Other liabilities
107 Total payable in U.S. dollars




. . . . . 33,131 33,534 33,793 35,667 38,198 39,646 39,614 41,624 41,601 44,166 44,471 45,203
....

5,036
2,926
} 2,111

5,243
3,281
1,962

7,228
5,081
2,147

7,420
5,083
2,337

9,090 10,866
6,766 8,322
2,324 2,544

9,991
7,407
2,584

8,800
5,715
3,085

9,928 10,833 11,082 11,147
6,490 7,056 6,710 7,628
3,439 3,778 4,372 3,520

27,343 27,498 25,875 27,536 28 , 309 27,987 28,933 31,913 30,861 32,372 32,239 32,949
8,269 8,975 8,498 8,756 6,872 8,075 8,401 9,128 8,918 9,725 10,553 10,569
14,259 13,550 12,614 13,694 16,018 14,482 15,539 17,317 16,834 17,296 15,972 16,825
2,595 2,711
2,520 2,769 2,977 3,036 2,500 2,860 2,570 2,775 3,230 3,308
2,220 2,262 2,243 2,318 2,441 2,393 2,492 2,607 2,540 2,577 2,483 2,248
752

793

690

711

799

793

690

911

812

961

1,150

1,106

30,135 29,530 30,235 31,611 35,301 36,572 36,586 38,488 38,456 40,933 41,420 42,197

223

56* Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks L—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1976

Assets

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
179,761 181,651 186,870 189,437 1194,592 194,554 96,871 196,284 200,026 206,599 207,734 219,420

1 Total, all currencies

8,033
5,045
2,988

10 Other assets ,

..

11 Total payable in U.S. dollars

6,742
3,525
3,217

9,054
6,049
3,005

9,610
6,450
3,160

6,618
3,277
3,341

8,710
5,575
3,135

6,985
3,938
3,047

6,658
3,276
3,382

9,970
6,863
3,107

166,250
35,200
69,244
6,251
55,554

173,577
38,867
72,404
6,579
55,727

173,827
39,563
70,652
7,116
56,495

178,215
39,982
73,611
7,717
,56,905

181,307
41,010
74,402
7,818
58,076

81,328
41,738
71 ,768
8,448
59,374

182,603
41,007
71,884
8,774
60,938

186,344
41 , 194
74,913
9 t 216
61,022

189,500
41,825
76,303
9,213
62,159

6,180

5 Claims on foreigners
6 Other branches of parent bank
7
Banks
8 Public borrowers
9 Nonbank foreigners

8,959
5,926
3,033

165,548
37,064
67,787
6,044
54,653

2 Claims on United States
3 Parent bank
4 Other
...

6,443

6,551

6,557

6,767

6,629

6,834

6,696

7,023

7,129

7,641
4,359
3,283

7,889
4,323
3,566

192,884 204,486
42,747 45,955
77,401 83,765
9,556 10,613
63,179 64,153
7,208

7,045

134,713 136,307 138,201 140,971 146,438 146,034 49,130 147,291 150,536 156,146 156,597 167,695

12 Claims on United States . .
13 Parent bank.
14 Other

7,697
5,005
2,692

8,759
5,980
2,778

9,294
6,374
2,921

6,301
3,208
3,093

8,441
5,530
2,911

6,671
3,899
2,772

6,299
3,213
3,086

9,626
6,818
2,807

7,299
4,296
3,003

7,595
4,264
3,332

124,433
28,730
54,497
5,283
35,923

128,629
30,496
56,039
5,638
36,456

129,141
31,510
54,496
6,061
37,075

133,900
32,121
57,532
6,553
37,695

136,663
32,890
58,856
6,615
38 , 302

37,298
33,843
56,603
7,152
39,700

137,414
33,017
56,448
7,614
40,335

140,990
33,377
58,922
7,914
40,777

143,167
34,064
59,380
7,893
41,830

145,983
34,399
60,352
8,304
42,927

156,896
37,909
66,331
9,022
43,634

3,091

20 Other assets

6,464
3,478
2,986

123,925
30,113
53,370
5,151
35,291

IS Claims on foreigners
16 Other branches of parent bank
17 Banks
18 Public borrowers
19 Nonbank foreigners . . .

8,644
5,881
2,763

3,230

3,108

3,072

3,243

3,070

3,392

3,206

3,247

3,354

3,315

3,204

United Kingdom
21 Total, all currencies

73,437 72,963 74,668 74,055 751,926 74,460 73,494 73,229 73,589 76,854 77,249 81,466
2,253
1,469
784

30 Other assets . . . .

....

31 Total payable in U.S. dollars

2,112
1,237
875

2,275
1,447
827

2,443
1,534
909

1,702
802
900

1,862
1,002
860

1,758
938
821

2,036
1,081
955

3,256
2,413
843

3,426
2,538
888

3,354
2,376
978

67,843
16,050
34,887
964
15,941

70,300
17,363
36,723
927
15,287

69 , 555
18,394
34,879
934
15,348

71,189
18,619
36,270
851
15,449

70,526
18,143
35,799
888
15,695

69,359
18,843
33,589
909
16,018

69,298
18,044
34,135
1,007
16,112

69,217
17,745
34 ,405
1,138
15,929

71J62
18,358
35,336
!,211
16,257

71,477
17B949
35,846
1,168
16,514

75,859
19,753
38,089
1,274
16,743

2,123

25 Claims on foreigners
26 Other branches of parent bank
27 Banks
28 Public borrowers
29 Nonbank foreigners . . . .

2,947
2,270
677

69,062
18,026
34,152
1,034
15,850

22 Claims on United States
23 Parent bank.
24 Other

2,174

2,256

2,226

2 ( 294

2,233

2,273

2,173

2,335

2,436

2,345

2,253

55,046 55,041 55,115 54,516 56,667 55,360 54,871 54,522 54,547 57,161 57,699 61,587

32 Claims on United States .
33 Parent bank
,,
34 Other

3,313
2,523
789

3,275
2,374
902

52,025 51,266 52,148 51,470 53,467 52,900 52,250 52,006 51,782 53,112 53,541
15,574 14,278 14,450 15,424 15,860 15,455 16,204 15,401 15,195 15,829 15,405
26,008 26,741 27,526 25,820 27,218 27,066 25,370 25,826 25,866 26,421 27,008
659
862
691
635
912
817
837
631
799
715
633
9,606 9,532 9,482 9,593 9.754 9,747 10,018 9,980 9,859 9,950 10,311

57,488
17,249
28,983
846
10,410

2,141
1,459
683

35 Claims on foreigners
36 Other branches of parent bank
37 Banks
38 Public borrowers
39 Nonbank foreigners
40 Other assets

880

2,856
2,261
595

918

2,010
1,234
775

958

2,155
1,434
721

891

2,322
1,519
803

379

1,614
795
819

846

1,780
997
783

841

1,658
934
724

858

i

1,902
1,064
838

863

3,124
2,406
719

925

845

824

Bahamas and Caymans
48,694 50,276 51,075 54,398 57,147 57,118 59,919 57,688 60,804 63,578 61,886 66,774

41 Total, all currencies
42 Claims on United States . .
43 Parent bank
'
44 Other. . .
45 Claims on foreigners
46 Other branches of parent bank
4 7 Banks . . . .
...
48 Public borrowers
49 Nonbank foreigners
50 Other assets . . . . D

,

51 Total payable in U.S. dollars

224




4,488
2,614
1,874
.. .

4,765
2,750
2,014

3,482
1,485
1,996

5,695
3,835
1,860

5,884
3,950
1,935

3,716
1,636
2,081

5,836
3,864
1,972

3,556
1,642
1,914

3,357
1,283
2,073

5,494
3,519
1,975

2,973
845
2,128

3,508
1,141
2,367

43,104 44,396 46,636 47,536 50,040 52,363 52,903 52,942 56,278 56,845 57,681 62,048
6,296 6,257 6,745 6,437 6,435 7,254 7,149 6,791 7,250 7,296 7.3B9 8,144
17,195 17,556 18,205 18,503 20,173 21,205 20,675 20,227 22,471 22,175 22,481 25,354
3,677 3,908 4,251 4,680 5,091 5,164 5,703 5,937 6,067 6,048 6,491 7,105
15,935 16,675 17,434 17,917 18,342 18,740 19,376 19,986 20,489 21 , 326 21,319 21,445
1,102

1,115

957

1,166

1,322

1,039

1,180

1,190

1,169

1,239

1,232

1,217

45,268 46,587 47,125 50,655 53,545 53,365 56,082 53,531 56,650 59,289 57,799 62,705

56.—Continued

1976

Liabilities

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

All foreign countries
179,761 181,651 186,870 189,437 194,592 194,554 196,871 196,284 200,026 206,599 207,734 219,420

52 Total, all currencies
53 To United States
54 Parent bank .
55 Other banks in U S
56 Nonbanks

22,336 24,104 24,274 26,358 27,736 27,486 28,167 26,751 29,569 28,978 20,284 32,719
12,638 14,035 15,235 14,479 15,849 16,430 15,945 16,493 18,952 17,863 19,053 19,773
} 9,698 10,069 9,039 11,879 11,887 11,056 12,222 10,258 10,617 11,115 11,231 12,946

. .
. .

151,394
, . 35,908
72,647
21,710
21,129

151,444
35,257
71,257
23,189
21,740

156,640
37,846
73,028
22,493
23,272

157,203
38,811
72,970
21,857
23,566

160,728
38,994
76,281
22,469
22,984

160,847
39,979
75,837
21,635
23,397

162,092
41,064
74,531
22,279
24,219

163,187
40,087
74,697
23^428
24,975

163,909
40,134
75,483
23,731
24,562

170,776
41,052
79,421
25,019
25,284

170,695
41,711
78,575
23,967
26,443

179,954
44,370
83,880
25,829
25,877

6,031

57 To foreigners
58 Other branches of parent bank
59 Banks
60 Official institutions
61 Nonbank foreigners

6,104

5,956

5,876

6,128

6,221

6,612

6,347

6,548

6,845

6,755

6,747

62 Other liabilities
63 Total payable in U.S. dollars

138,828 140,125 142,348 145,817 151,124 150,536 153,227 151,836 155,242 160,553 161,254 173,071

64 To United States
65 Parent bank
66 Other banks in U.S
67 Nonbanks

21,696 23,362 23,484 25,614 27,035 26,683 27,399 25,982 28,679 28,204 20,393 31,932
12,466 13,789 14,963 14,222 15,589 16,156 15,689 16,252 18,619 17,627 18,815 19,559
} 9,230 9,573 8,521 11,392 11,446 10,527 11,710 9,730 10,060 10,577 10,578 12,373

68 To foreigners
69 Other branches of parent bank
70 Banks
71 Official institutions
72 Nonbank foreigners
...

113,728
29,682
52,160
18,906
12,980

113,321
28,659
50,849
20,317
13,497

115,808
30,011
51,913
19,518
14,366

117,076
31,428
51,928
19,080
14,640

120,913
31,661
54,921
19,793
14,537

120,590
32,760
54,384
19,066
14,379

122,452
33,852
53,893
19,625
15,082

122,602
32,700
53,576
20,620
15,705

123,180
32,926
53,859
20,787
15,607

128,949
33,853
56,717
21,910
16,468

128,437
34,008
56,106
20,924
17,398

137,612
37,098
60,619
22,878
17,017

3,404

3,442

3,056

3,128

3,176

3,263

3,377

3,252

3,384

3,400

3,424

3,527

73 Other liabilities

United Kingdom
73,437 72,963 74,668 74,055 75,926 74,460 73,494 73,229 73,589 76,854 77,249 81,466

74 Total , all currencies

5,645 5,491
1,749 1,914
| 3,896 3,577

75 To United States.
76 Parent bank
77 Other banks in U.S
78 Nonbanks

6,105
1,764
4,341

6,483
1,796
4,687

5,874
1,562
4,312

5,628
1,727
3,901

5,266
1,520
3,746

5,379
1,442
3,937

5,310
1,468
3,842

5,520
1,459
4,061

5,997
1,198
4,799

65,899
6,444
33,522
15,053
10,879

84 Other liabilities, .

65,977
6,898
31,805
15,521
11,752

67,212
7,030
33,189
15,782
11,212

66,536
7,288
33,313
14,825
11,110

65,594
6,927
31,487
15,462
11,718

65,883
6,668
30,834
16,147
12,234

66,026
6,788
31,015
16,389
11,834

69,151
6,826
32,488
17,567
12,270

69,368
6,783
33,690
16,181
12,713

73,228
7,092
36,259
17,273
12,605

1,928

2,069

1,974

2,231

2,050

2,272

2,080

2,184

2,394

2,360

2,241

5,446
1,732
} 3,714

. . . .

95 Other liabilities

67,217
7,099
32,485
15,905
11,729

55,987 55,848 56,266 55,750 57,923 56,574 55,978 55,701 55,625 58,031 58,757 63,174

85 Total payable in U.S. dollars

90 To foreigners
91 Other branches of parent bank. .
92 Banks
. .
93 Official institutions
94 Nonbank foreigners

65,544
6,648
31,444
16,463
10,989

1,893

79 To foreigners
,
80 Other branches of parent bank
81 Banks
82 Official institutions
83 Nonbank foreigners

86 To United States
87 Parent bank
88 Other banks in U S
89 Nonbanks

5 ,382
1,549
3,833

..

5,311
1,901
3,410

5,179
1,509
3,670

5,880
1,723
4,157

6,271
1,759
4,512

5,682
1,546
4,136

5,443
1,703
3,740

5,093
1,498
3,595

5,183
1,404
3,779

5,152
1,448
3,704

5,330
1,447
3,883

5,849
1,182
4,667

49,609 49,606 50,126 48,992 50,727 50,044 49,691 49,746 49 , 579 52,017 52,503 56,372
5,422 5,471 5,969 5,771 5,863 6,218 5,878 5,604 5,790 5,742 5,520 5,874
23,357 21,911 21,973 21,230 22,544 22,690 21,765 20,910 20,526 21,493 23,040 25 , 527
13,070 14,326 13,710 13,450 13,914 13,074 13,604 14,296 14,418 15,550 14,283 15,423
7,761 7,899 8,474 8,541 8,406 8,062 8,444 8,936 8,846 9,233 9,660 9,547
932

931

961

877

925

848

844

862

862

862

924

953

Bahamas and Caymans
96 Total, all currencies

48,694 50,276 51,075 54,398 57,247 57,118 59,919 57,688 60,804 63,578 61,886 66,774

97 To United States
98 Parent bank
99 Other banks in U.S
100 Nonbanks

12,876 14,645 15,123 16,475 17,750 17,802 18,921 17,871 20,809 20,161 20,670 22,721
8,035 9,140 10,854 9,840 11,460 12,130 11,610 12,309 15,238 13,994 14,791 16,161
} 4,841 5,505 4,269 6,635 6,290 5,672 7,311 5,562 5,571 6,167 5,879 6,560

101 To foreigners .
...
102 Other branches of parent bank
1 03 Banks
104 Official institutions
105 Nonbank foreigners
106 Other liabilities
107 Total payable in U.S. dollars




34,657 34,473 35,216 36,886 38,580 38,228 39,866 38,758 38,870 42,364 40,117 42,899
11,169 10,231 10,850 11,903 11,918 12,117 13,317 12,416 11,854 13,381 12,931 13,801
17,890 18,430 18,619 19,156 20,667 20,024 20,671 20,381 20,943 22,621 20,128 21,760
3,416 3,407 2,998 2,970 2,950 2,917 2,811 2,857 2,712 2,784 3,198 3,573
2,182 2,406 2,749 2,857 3,044 3,170 3,068 3,103 3,361 3,577 3,859 3,765
1,162

1,157

736

1,037

918

1,088

1,131

1,059

1,125

1,053

1,099

1,154

45,683 47,000 47,535 51,185 54,160 53,834 56,642 54,165 57,278 60,036 58,567 63,417

225

56. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks 1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1977

Assets

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
212,536 215,769 223,020 223,222 229,542 236,480 235,637 234,707 245,238 247,451 250,434 258,897

1 Total, all currencies
2 Claims on United States
3 Parent bank
4
Other

6,624
3,058
3,566

5 Claims on foreigners
6 Other branches of parent bank
7 Banks
B Public borrowers
9 Nonbank foreigners
10 Other assets

7,056
3,399
3,657

8,676
5,276
3,400

7,361
3,928
3,432

7,398 10,683
3,610 7,134
3,788 3,549

8,192 11,914
4,630 8,231
3,562 3,683

8,233
4,535
3,698

8,964 11,623
5,238 7,806
3,726 3,817

198,299 201,663 208,545 207,573 214,784 221,667 217,456 218,984 225,403 230,759 232,972 238,848
46,103 47,979 48,621 48,164 49,464 52,406 48,387 48,317 52,086 51,914 54,631 55,772
77,415 77,923 81,692 79,782 83,937 86,889 84,364 85,533 87,746 91,871 89,410 91,883
10,890 11,260 11,889 12,521 13,049 13,200 13,579 13,829 14,193 14,456 14,854 14,634
63,891 64,502 66,343 67,106 68,333 69,172 71 , 126 71,305 71,379 72,517 74,077 76,560
7,613

7,437

7,419

6,973

7,397

7,414

7,497

7,531

7,921

8,459

8,518

8,425

163,132 165,293 172,128 172,120 176,589 182,386 179,634 179,147 188,352 187,783 188,593 193,764

11 Total payable in U.S. dollars

'

6,984 10,266
3,590 7,095
3,393 3,170

Other branches of parent bank
Banks, .
Public borrowers
Nonbank foreigners .

20 Other assets

6,345
3,019
3,325

6,381
3,316
3,065

6,657
3,352
3,305

8,302
5,232
3,070

6,951
3,903
3,049

152,879
38,380
60,815
9,521
44,163

155,301
40,034
60,908
9,924
44,436

161,957
40,900
64,610
10,591
45,856

160,527
40,300
63,059
11,178
45,990

166,156
41,350
6t),316
K.686
4(i,804

172,011
43,952
68,815
11,766
47,478

166,057
39,647
65,875
12,118
48,417

167,829
39,995
66,826
12,232
48,776

172,381
42,984
68,790
12,705
48,903

176,128
42,696
71,592
12,779
49,061

176,080
44,087
69,122
12,887
49,984

178,896
44,256
70,786
12,632
51,222

3,908

12 Claims on United States
13 Parent bank
14 Other.,
16
17
18
19

6,669
3,361
3,308

3,611

3,514

3,291

3,481

3,391

3,312

3,570

3,536

3,965

4,120

3,820

7,748 11,434
4,560 8,177
3,188 3,257

7,690
4,448
3,243

8,393 11,049
5,145 7,692
3,248 3,357

United Kingdom
21 Total, all currencies

,,,

76,482 78,708 81,268 80,150 83,178 84,734 83,484 83,270 88,033 99,154 88,748 90,933

25 Claims on foreigners
26 Other branches of parent bank
27 Banks
28 Public borrowers
29 Nonbank foreigners
30 Other assets
31 Total payable in U.S. dollars
32 Claims on United States
33 Parent bank
34 Other
. .

2,262
1,377
885

1,772
1,011
761

2,311
1,302
1,009

2,541
1,698
843

2,714
1,850
863

2,450
1,553
897

3,129
2,249
881

71,995
19,483
34,827
1,426
. . . 16,260

74,713
21,450
35,517
1,681
16,064

76,865
21,091
37,098
1,722
16,954

75,559
21,707
35,585
1,728
16,539

78,333
21,097
38,660
1,948
16,627

80,087
22,121 i
39,157 i
1,764
17,045

78,083
20,909
37,772
1,863
17,538

2,225

22 Claims on United States
23 Parent bank
24 Other.
.

2,224

2,092

2,050

2,131

2,197

2,272

2,307! 3,422
1,397 2,556
910
866

2,729
1,789
940;

2,955
2,123
833

4,341
3,518
823

78,607
20,015
38,784
1,983
17,826

82,154
22,363
39,576
1,955
18,259

84.7662?,, 178
41,923j
2,052
18,613;

83,331
21,476
40,530
2,145
19,180

84,016
22,017
39,899
2,206
19,895

2,355

2,458

2,659

2,462

2,576

57,758 60,038 62,353 61,179 63,481 64,841 62,815 62,686 66,895 67,243 65,369 66,635

40 Other assets

1,684
1,008
676

2,173
1,297
876

2,430
1,690
740

2,590
1,842
748

2,338
1,547
791

3,011
2,237
774

2,130
1,348
781

3,259
2,527
732

2,545'
1,748
797

2,744
2,062
682

4,100
3,431
669

54,735
17,183
26,184
1,159
10,209

57,492
19,114
26,767
1,407
10,204

59,342
18,691
28,373
1,426
10,852

57,894
19,232
26,941
1,415
10,306

60,030
18,i519
29,:521
1.624
10,267

61,582
19,538
29,930
1,437
10,676

58,875
18,135
28,497
1,473
10,769

59,419
17,550
29,199
1,574
11,095

62,584
19,865
29,808
1,555
11,355

63,596
19,497
31 , 134
1 S 595
11,370

61,587
18,539
29,560
1,639
11,849

61,408
18,947
28,530
1,669
12,263

838

35 Claims on foreigners . . . .
36 Other branches of parent bank
37 Banks
38 Public borrowers
39 Nonbank foreigners

2,185
1,372
813

862

839

855

1161

922

930

1,138

1,052

1,103

1,038

1,126

Bahamas and Caymans
41 Total, all currencies
42 Claims on United States
43 Parent bank
44
Other
45 Claims on foreigners
46 Other branches of parent bank
47 Banks
48 Public borrowers
49 Nonbank foreigners .
50 Other assets

... . , , ,

51 Total payable in U.S. dollars

226



t
. . . . 66,445 66,100 69,526 70,950 71,540 74,853 74,727 73,284 78,430 75,962 76,769 79,052

4,687
2,104
2,583

5,259
2,552
2,707

5,782
3,051
2,731

61,537 60,997 64,781 64,652 66,579 69,528 66,970 67,124 69,680 69,685
8,463 7,815 9,060 8,095 8,703 9,638 7,586 8,259 9,828 9,266
23,836 23,435 25,339 25,234 25 , 588 27,374 25,968 25,482 26,368 27,131
7,008 7,229 7,499 7,788 8,066 8,350 8,635 8,599 9,203 9,207
22,229 22,517 22,884 23,534 24,2;!2 24,166 24,780 24,783 24,281 24,082

69,839
10,611
26,109
9,198
23,922

71,671
11,120
27,939
9,109
23,503

1,670

1,599

3,161
778
2,383

1,748

3,690
1,384
2,306

1,413

3,411
1,037
2,374

1,333

4,998
2,703
2,295

1,300

3,543
1,251
2,292

1,419

3,970
1,394
2,576

1,356

6,447 4,875
4,062 ! 2,465
2,385 2,410

1,309

1,285

7,455
4,861
2,595

1,294

1,589

62,227 61,557 64,932 66,353 66,536 69,920 69,535 68,192 72,932 70,415 71,728 73,987

56,—Continued
1977

Liabilities

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
52 Total* all currencies

212,536 215,769 223,020 223,222 229,542 236,480 235,637 234,707 245,238 247,451 250,454 258,897

53 To United States
. ..
54 Parent bank
55 Other banks in U.S
56 Nonbanks ,

30,234 30,126 34,005 33,052 34,790 37,580 37,713 36,360 40,491 39,952 42,315 44,154
18,556 18,877 20,524 18,254 20,495 23,164 19,670 19,438 20,073 22,706 24,780 24,542
(11,678 11,249 13,481 14,798 14,295 14,416 18,043 16,922 20,418 17,246 17,535 19,612

57 To foreigners
58 Other branches of parent bank
59 Banks
60 Official institutions .
61 Nonbank foreigners

175,408
44,569
79,337
25,920
25,582

178,762
46,477
78,311
26,682
27,291

182,122
47,615
79,943
26,568
27,996

183,205
46,386
82,036
26,297
28,487

187,622
48,137
83,983
27,461
28,040

191,825
50,291
84,145
28,368
29,021

189,349
47,015
86,786
27,218
28,329

189,858
47,336
86,457
27,776
28,289

197,227
50,200
90,961
28,014
28,052

6,893

6,882

6,893

6,965

7,130

7,075

8,575

8,489

7,520

62 Other liabilities

199,197 200,158 206,579
50,324 52,289 53,244
89,542 90,141 94,140
29,888 2a,667 28,110
29,443 29,061 31,085
8,302

7,981

8,163

63 Total payable in U.S, dollars

167,676 170,348 177,006 177,240 181,783 187,614 184,689 183,376 193,113 192,995 193,421 198,572

64 To United States
65 Parent bank. . . .
66 Other banks in U.S . . . .
67 Nonbanks

29,298 29,211 33,040 32,065 33,879 36,469 36,751 35,482 39,566 38,915 41,219 42,881
18,308 18,631 20,271 18,009 20,239 22,721 19,396 19,168 19,759 22 , 398 24,488 24,213
| 10, 990 10,580 12,769 14,056 13,640 13,748 17,355 16,314 19,807 16,517 16,731 18,668

/

68 To foreigners
69 Other branches of parent bank
70 Banks
71 Official institutions
72 Nonbank foreigners
73 Other liabilities

134,629
37,988
56,684
23,119
16,837

137,504
39,523
56,109
23,648
18,225

140,397
40,646
57,732
23,714
18,305

141,481
39,307
59,947
23,320
18,906

144,222
40,677
60,863
24,439
18,243

147,349
42,739
60,188
25,377
19,045

142,959
38,939
61,691
24,240
18,088

3,750

3,633

3 ,570

3,694

3,682

3,796

4,979

142,797 149,467
39,596 41,961
61,117 65,383
24,481 24,695
17,604 17,428
5,097

4,080

149,687
41,811
62,892
26,366
18,618

147,995
43,105
62,094
25,113
17,684

151,363
43,268
64,872
23,972
19,251

4,393

4,207

4,328

United Kingdom
74 Total, all currencies
75 To United States
76 Parent bank
77 Other banks in U.S
78 Nonbanks .
79 To foreigners
80 Other branches of parent bank
81 Banks..
82 Official institutions
83 Nonbank foreigners
84 Other liabilities
85 Total payable in U.S. dollars
86 To United States
" 87 Parent bank
88 Other banks in U.S
89 Nonbanks
90 To foreigners . . .
91 Other branches of parent bank
92 Banks
93 Official institutions
94 Nonbank foreigners
95 Other liabilities

76,482 78,708 81,268 80,150 83,178 84,734 83,484 83,270 88,033 90,154 88,748 90,933
5,101
1,211
( 3,890

4,871
1,191
3,680

6,365
1,537
4,828

6,272
1,515
4,757

5,845
1,460
4,385

6,894
2,150
4,744

8,537
2,217
6,320

7,933
1,611
6,322

7,922
1,425
6,497

7,310
1,364
5,946

7,237
1,375
5,862

7,753
1,451
6,302

69,202
7,663
32,336
16,975
12,228

71,523
7,981
32,097
18,204
13,242

72,665
8,247
33,835
17,711
12,872

71,787
7,762
33,749
17,260
13,016

75,145
8,569
35,933
17,538
13,106

75,683
8,936
34,960
18,086
13,701

72,585
7,987
34,623
17,148
12,827

72,848
8,395
34,163
17,366
12,923

77,580
8,934
37,024
18,553
13,070

79,837
9,187
36,676
20,366
13,608

79,087
9,491
36,974
19,555
13,066

80,736
9,376
37,893
18,318
15,149

2,179

2,313

2,238

2,091

2,187

2,157

2,362

2,488

2,532

3,007

2,424

2,445

59,009 61,331 63,346 62,373 64,343 65,735 63,848 63,334 67,689 68,594 66,289 67,573
4,876
1,195
} 3,681
53,230
6,573
22,137
15,184
9,336
903

4,704
1,166
3,538

6,189
1,506
4,683

6,108
1,498
4,610

5,688 6,679
1,438 2,083
4,250 • 4,596

8,348
2,184
6,164

7,676
1,563
6,113

7,622
1,363
6,259

7,004
1,288
5,716

7,012
1,339
5,673

7,480
1,416
6,064

55,675 56,283 55,390 57,720 58,136 54,550 54,539 58,962 60,304 58,285 58,977
6,906 7,184 6,561 7,333 7,660 6,583 7,131 7,535 7,724 7,871 7,505
22,211 23,845 23,818 25,172 24,135 23,681 23,254 25,984 25,306 24,605 25,608
16,345 15,817 15,394 15,674 16,301 15,295 15,252 16,430 18,053 17,171 15,482
10,213 9,437 9,617 9,541 10,040 8,990 8,902 9,013 9,221 8,638 10,382
953

874

875

936

920

951

1,119

1,105

1,286

991

1,116

Bahamas and Caymans
96 Total, all currencies

66,445 66,100 69,526 70,950 71,540 74,853 74,727 73,284 78,430 75,962 76,769 79,052

97 To United States
98 Parent bank
99 Other banks in U.S
100 Nonbanks

21,654 21,636 24,297 23,080 25,159 26,963 25,080 24,487 28,904 28,442 30,641 32,176
15,155 15,205 17,108 14,512 16,424 18,705 14,835 15,288 16,524 18,538 20,572 20,956
} 6,499 6,431 7,189 8,568 8,735 8,258 10,245 9,199 12,380 9 ,904 10,069 11,220

101 To foreigners
102 Other branches of parent bank
103 Banks
104 Official institutions
105 Nonbank foreigners .

43,377 43,168 43,843 46,621 45,138 46,480 47,163 46,468 48,164 46,034 44,571 45,292
13,551 14,406 14,713 14,123 14,001 14,662 13,736 13,206 13,756 13,844 13,308 12,816
22,233 20,983 20,458 23,247 22,298 22,696 24,168 23,881 26,770 23,678 23,374 24,717
3,632 3,339 3,540 3,917 4,130 4,216 4,322 4,592 3,184 3,357 3,053 3,000
3,963 4,439 5,133 5,334 4,710 4,906 4,937 4,789 4,455 5,155 4,836 4,759

106 Other liabilities

1,413 1,295 1,385 1,249 1,243 1,410 2,484 2,330 1,361 1,485 1,557 1,584
62,794 62,351 65,725 67,138 67,488 70,787 70,367 68,627 73,733 71,187 72,286 74,463

107 Total payable in U.S. dollars




227

56. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks 1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1978

Assets

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
. . . . 258,502 256,779 263,468 260,558 260,915 271,696 269,542 274,929 287,519292,618 296,399 306,795

1 Total, all currencies
2 Claims on United States
3 Parent bank
4 Other

.........

9,874
5,932
3,942

9,361 11,013 13,754
5,410 6,708 9,348
3,951 4,305 4,406

239,622 238,658 243,316 237,447
55,052 54,201 55,554 51,817
92,229 92,341 95,348 92,370
15,274 15,093 15,284 15,207
77,067 77,023 77,130 78,053

5 Claims on foreigners
6 Other branches of parent bank
7 Banks
8 Public borrowers
9 Nonbank foreigners
10 Other assets

9,007

11 Total payable in U.S. dollars

8,761

9,139

9,357

8,776 10,891
4,863 6,750
3,913 4,141

9,254 10,024 15,082 12,193 13,895 17,340
5,096 5,818 10,843 7,903 9,465 12,811
4,158 4,206 4,239! 4,290 4,430 4,529

243,069 251,783 250,700
52,751 55,357 55,236
92,270 96,862 94,936
21,639 22,425 23,006
76,409 77,139 77,522
9,070

9,022

254,782 262,107269,410 271,418 278,135
58,746 63,493 67,748 68,403 70,338
93,090 95,550 98,420 101,311 103,111
23,070 23,606 23/904 23,006 23,737
79,876 79,458 79,338 78,698 80,949

9,588 10,123 10,330 11,015 11,086 11,320

192,795 189,372 194,855 194,168 1,93,816 202,657 197,996 200,548 211,949210,962 218,708 224,940

12 Claims on United States
13 Parent bank
14 Other

9,252
5,781
3,470

15 Claims on foreigners
16 Other branches of parent bank
17 Banks . .
18 Public borrowers
,
19 Nonbank foreigners

8,629 10,320 12,952
5,162 6,611 9,158
3,467 3,709 3,795

8,084 10,107
4,712 6,580
3,372 3,527

9,219 14,274 11,352 12,999 16,382
5,628 10,685 7,712 9,296 12,625
3,591 3,589 3,640 3,703 3,757

8,473
4,906
3,567

179,237
43,618
70,535
13,097
51,987

180,341
43,502
71,934
13,276
51,628

176,877
40,628
70,504
13,232
52,513

181,503
41,247
70,473
18,661
51,122

188,455
43,544
75,057
19,319
50,535

185,216
43,447
71,860
19,809
50,100

186,810
46,326
69,829
19,750
50,905

193,237
50,880
72,211
19,960
50,186

4,307

20 Other assets.

176,737
42,664
69,721
13,087
51,267
4,005

4,195

4,339

4,229

4,095

4,307

4,519

4,438

194,881 200,727 203,498
52,887 54,721 55,408
72,949 76,732 78,686
19,990 19,303 19,567
49,055 49,971 49,837
4,729

4,982

5,060

United Kingdom
- ...

21 Total, all currencies

.

...

90,789 89,626 90,162 87,100 »9,64S 93,538 92,989 93,333 99,084 101,887 102,032 106,593
3,701
2,928
773

30 Other assets

3,075
2,274
802

2,506
1,548
958

2,333
1,476
857

3,142
2,279
863

2,615
1,515
1,100

2,624
1,595
1,029

2,940!
2,014
926

3,119
2,230
889

3,706
2,779
927

5,370
4,448
922

84,423
21,114
40,996
2,100
20,213

84,648
21,092
41,612
2,192
19,753

81,871
19,514
40,436
2,020
19,901

84,700
19,550
40,807
4,150
20,193

87,808
19,944
43,044
4,559
20,261

87,479
20,438
42,462
4,637
19,942

87,772
21,661
40,350
4,583
21,178

93,364
24,691
42,677
4,549
21,447

95,774
26,516
43,926
4,692
20,640

95,220
25,802
44,353
4,526
20,539

98,137
27,830
45,013
4,522
20,772

2,742

25 Claims on foreigners
26 Other branches of parent bank
27 Banks
28 Public borrowers
29 Nonbank foreigners

2,547
1,775
771

84,346
21,427
40,605
2,303
20,010

22 Claims on United States
23 Parent bank.
24 Other

2,656

2,439

2,724

2,612

2,588

2,895

2,937

2,780

2,994

3,106

3,086

65,744 63,870 64,565 62,330 63,565 67,016 65,452 64,449 70,008 70,209 71,761 75,860

31 Total payable in U.S. dollars

3t443
2,815
628

40 Other assets

2,850
2,236
614

2,312
1,520
793

2,163
1,452
711

2,870
2,178
692

2,321
1,386
935

2,335
1,481
854

2,598
1,895
703

2,877
2,187
609

3,475
2,727
748

5,113
4,386
727

60,521
17,782
28,641
1,640
12,457

60,610
17,603
28,947
1,710
12,349

58,845
16,531
28,177
1,631
12,507

60,277
16,406
2*1,324
3,254
12,293

63,043
17,025
30,686
3,525
11,807

61,938
17,438
29,455
3,660
11,385

60,910
18,305
27,268
3,544
11,793

66,242
20,934
29,859
3,471
11,978

66,132
21,377
29,680
3,595
11,480

67,031
21,197
30,565
3,467
11,802

69,416
22,838
31,482
3,317
11,779

1,208

35 Claims on foreigners
36 Other branches of parent bank
37 Banks
38 Public borrowers
39 Nonbank foreigners

2,186
1,558
628

61,094
18,102
28,661
1,770
12,560

32 Claims on United States
33 Parent bank.
34 Other

1,163

1,104

1,173

1,125

1,103

1,193

1.204

1,168

1,200

1,255

1,331

Bahamas and Caymans
80,081 79,711 82,947 84,409 82,083 84,692 82,145 85,654 88,905 86,314 90,139 91,735

41 Total, all currencies
42 Claims on United States
43 Parent bank „
44 Other
45 Claims on foreigners
46 Other branches of parent bank
47 Banks
48 Public borrowers
.....
49 Nonbank foreigners
50 Other assets
51 Total payable in U.S. dollars

228



4,994
2,097
2,897

5,837
2,918
2,919

73,470
11,272 I
28,810
. . 9,322
24,067

72,272
11,025
28,179
9,486
23,583

1,617

1,602

....

6,761
3,585
3,176

9,908
6,710
3,198

5,237
2,502
2,735

6,441
3,449
2,992

5,132
2,381
2,751

5,620 10,159
2,751 7,240
2,869 2,919

7,271
4,279
2,992

7,970
4,856
3,114

9,635
6,429
3,206

74,397 72,720 74,846 76,282 74,988 77,949
11,367 9,565 10,559 10,803 10,292 12,134
29,602 28,712 28 ,,988 30,307 29,302 29,749
9,438 9,362 11,920 12,389 12,594 12,456
23,990 25,082 23,379 22,783 22,800 23,610,

76,695
12,348
29,516
12,356
22,475|

7<*,867
12,618
30,317
12,088
21,844

79,956
13,526
33,010
11,529
21,891

79,774
12,904
33,677
11,514
21,679

2,085

2,051

2,176

2,213

2,326

1,789

1,781

2,000

1,969

2,025

74,831 74,283 77,521 79,324 76,660 79,277 76,494 79,701 83,157 80,246 84,129 85,417

56.—Continued

1978

Liabilities

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
258,502 256,779 263,468 260,558 260,915 271,696 269,542 274,929 287,519 292,618 296,399 306,795

52 Total, all currencies
53 To United States
54 Parent bank
55 Other banks in U.S .
56 Nonbanks

. . .

45,810 45,810 50,860 49,088
28,311 26,999 27,650 26,643
17,499 18,811 23,210 22,445

49,018
26,447
( 9,028
113,543

49,383 50,365 51,262 48,359 50,324 56,341
23,337 25,074 26,392 22,429 24,732 29,646
10,371 8,608 7,659 10,064 8,362 9,096
15,675 16,683 17,211 15,866 17,230 17,599

204,471 203,041 204,629 202,946 204,530 214,869 211,069 215,194
51,901 50,896 52,090 48,850 50,042 52,867 53,106 56,398
90,744 90,904 90,557 91,699 87,746 93,672 88,752 89,465
28,677 28,850 28,018 28,568 30,673 32,376 32,632 32,255
33,149 32,390 33,963 33,830 36,069 35,954 36,579 37,076

57 To foreigners
58 Other branches of parent bank
59 Banks
60 Official institutions.
61 Nonbank foreigners .

8,220

62 Other liabilities

7,929

7,980

8,524

7,444

7,367

8,108

8,473

57,948
28,564
12,338
17,046

230,058 232,932 230,666 238,912
61,065 64,360 65,304 67,496
97,749 96,072 93,925 97,711
33,978 33,612 32,212 31,936
37,266 38,888 39,225 41,769
9,102

9,362

9,392

9,935

63 Total payable in U.S. dollars

197,760 194,537 199,879 197,575 198,096 206,982 202,198 204,705 215,380 215,541 223,292 230,810

64 To United States
65 Parent bank
66 Other banks in U.S . . .
67 Nonbanks

44,601 44,472 49,248 47,811 47,381
28,017 26,688 27,321 26,348 25,812
t 8,729
| 16, 584 17,784 21,927 21,463 112,840

68 To foreigners
69 Other branches of parent bank
70 Banks . .
....
71 Official institutions
72 Nonbank foreigners

148,878
41,812
61,571
24,546
20,949
4,282

73 Other liabilities

47,669 48,442 49,138 46,196 48,082 54,379 55,811
22,615 24,303 25,500 21,479 23,752 28,773 27,493
10,078 8,286 7,286 9,724 8,008 8,825 12,084
14,976 15,853 16,352 14,993 16,322 16,781 16,234

145,958 146,406
40,720 41,636
60,815 60,353
24,453 23,593
19 , 970 20,824

145,350
39,214
61,665
23,865
20,606

146,941
39,786
58,050
26,021
23,084

155,516
42,013
62,690
27,549
23,264

149,636
42,180
56,591
27,709
23,156

151,422
45,075
55,511
26,978
23,858

164,642
49,457
63,388
28,259
23,538

162,979
51,417
59,025
27,707
24,830

164,161
52,820
58,824
26,667
25,850

169,927
53,396
63,000
26,404
27,127

4,224

4,414

3,774

3,797

4,120

4,145

4,542

4,480

4,752

5,072

4,107

United Kingdom
90,789 89,626 90,162 87,100 89,645 93,538 92,989 93,333 99,084 101,887 102,032 106,593

74 Total, atl currencies

6,008
1,253
} 4,755

84 Other liabilities

7,609
1,646
5,963

7,266
1,983
5,283

6,392
1,270
2,346
2,776

7,883
1,531
3,273
3,079

7,615
1,563
2,987
3,065

6,652
1,579
2,290
2,783

7,507
1,346
3,150
3,011

7,560
1,389
2,949
3,222

8,295
1,609
3,234
3,452

9,730
1,887
4,232
3,611

80,331
9,037
36,764
19,580
14,950

80,036
8,674
36,250
19,262
15,850

77,169
8,014
34,940
18,817
15,399

80,474
8,809
35,765
19,453
16,447

82,994
9,512
36,622
20,365
16,495

82,243
9,937
34,536
21,062
16,708

83,317
11,553
34,993
20,189
16,582

88,204
11,852
37,333
22,019
17,000

90,766
12,030
38,854
21,980
17,902

90,105
13,015
37,795
20,940
18,355

93,202
12,786
39,917
20,963
19,536

2,621

79 To foreigners
80 Other branches of parent bank
81 Banks
82 Official institutions. .
83 Nonbank foreigners

6,785
1,550
5,235

82,160
9,999
36,915
19,309
15,937

75 To United States
76 Parent bank
77 Other banks in U.S
78
Nonbanks

2,509

2,518

2,665

2,779

2,661

3,131

3,364

3,373

3,561

3,632

3,661

66,619 65,021 65,477 62,662 64,025 67,936 65,671 64,918 70,227 71,158 72,812 77,030

85 Total payable in U.S. dollars
86 To United States
87 Parent bank
88 Other banks in U.S
89
Nonbanks

5,737
1,222
} 4,515

57,386
7,211
23,352
16,541
10,282

57,045
6,747
23,075
16,213
11,009

1,210

95 Other liabilities

7,250
1,598
5,652

59,671
8,164
24,015
16,459
11,033

90 To foreigners
91 Other branches of parent bank
92 Banks
93 Official institutions
94 Nonbank foreigners .

6,479
1,524
4,955

1,156

1,182

6,938 6,080
1..953 1,243
f
4>85 ( 2,281
2,556

7,561
1,503
3,176
2,882

7,256
1,530
2,904
2,822

6,280
1,526
2,209
2,545

7,124
1,279
3,092
2,753

7,198
1,329
2,902
2,967

7,908
1,563
3,178
3,167

9,328
1,836
4,144
3,348

54,498
6,202
22,115
15,672
10,509

56,640
6,505
22,339
16,274
11,522

59,147
7,078
23,238
17,157
11,674

57,032
7,544
20,336
17,661
11,491

57,341
9,019
20,301
16,439
11,582

61,757
9,175
22,592
18,185
11,805

62,589
9,169
22,837
17,893
12,690

63,389
10,174
22,672
17,075
13,468

66,216
9,635
25,287
17,091
14,203

1,227

1,305

1,228

1,383

1,297

1,346

1,371

1,515

1,486

Bahamas and Caymans
80,081 79,711 82,947 84,409 82,083 84,692 82,145 85,654 88,905 86,314 90,139 91,735

96 Total, all currencies

35,795 35,082 38,380 37,256
24,713 23,374 23,854 22,289
}l 1,082 11,708 14,526 14,967

97 To United States
98 Parent bank
99 Other banks in U.S
100 Nonbanks. ,

42,929 43,272 43,153 45,610 43,392 48,086 43,647 44,595 52,574 48,892 47,400 50,447
11,642 11,598 10,839 10,288 11,250 11,657 11,165 11,436 14,762 15,574 14,715 16,094
22,264 22,840 23,374 25,847 21,459 25 , 762 21,970 21,917 27,393 22,512 21,974 23,104
3,183 3,207 3,060 3,489 4,414 4,575 4,203 4,566 4,451 4,402 4,306 4,208
5,840 5,628 5,880 5,986 6,269 6,092 6,309 6,676 5,968 6,404 6,405 7,041

101 To foreigners
102 Other branches of parent bank
103 Banks
104 Official institutions
105 Nonbank foreigners
106 Other liabilities

. .

107 Total payable in U.S. dollars




37,352 35,187 37,044 39,534 34,529 35,762 41,050 39,431
21,624 17,650 19,648 21,268 16,900 18,130 22,671 20,456
< 5,625 5,514 4,587 4,509 5,511 4,415 4,852 6,199
(lO ,103 12,023 12,809 13,757 12,118 13,217 13,527 12,776

....

1,357

1,358

1,414

1,543

1,339

1,419

1,454

1,525

1,802

1,660

1,689

1,857

75,479 75,253 78,467 80,243 78,254 80,650 78,131 81,314 84,467 81,347 85,431 87,014

229

57. Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign holdings and transactions
Millions of dollars

1974

Country or area

1975

1977

1976

1974

1978
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Holdings (end of period) l
5,708
5,557
885
10
9
6
251
30
493
81
5

1 Estimated total
2 Foreign countries
. ..
3 Europe
.
4 ' Belgium-Luxembourg
5
Germany .
..
6
Netherlands
7
Sweden
8
Switzerland
9
United Kingdom
10
Other Western Europe
11
Eastern Europe
12
13
14
15

Canada
Latin America
. . . .
Venezuela
Other Latin America and
Caribbean
16
Netherlands Antilles 3
17 Asia.
18
Japan
19 Africa
20 All other . .
21 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
22 International
.....
23 Latin American regional

7,702
7,372
1,085
13
215
16
276
55
363
143
4

15,798
12,765
2,330
14
764
288
191
261
485
323
4

38,640
33,894
13,936
19
3,168
911
100
497
8,888
349
4

713
100
4

395
200
4

256
312
149

288
551
199

13
83
3,709
3,498
151

35
161
5,370
3,271
321

45
118
9,323
2,687
543

150
97
53

331
322
9

3,033
2,905
128

44,9382
39,8172
17,072
19
8,705 =
1,358
285
977
5,373
354

5,747
5,678
808
7
9
1
235
33
437
81
5

5,715
5,602
845
7
9
1
260
32
450
81
5

5,853
5,592
835
7
9
1
260
34
439
80
5

5,601
5,437
851
7
9
1
260
33
457
79
5

5,625
5,379
823
7
9
2
260
35
428
77
5

5,521
5,376
819
7
9

152
416
144

597
14

832
14

847
14

S48
14

849
16

849
16

183
170
18,745
6,860
362
11

110
162
21,488
11,528
691
—3

11
3
4,077
4,066
158
25

11
3
3,729
3,718
157
25

11
3
3,714
3,703
157
25

11
3
3,542
3,531
157
25

4,746
4,646
100

5,121
5,089
33

69
20
49

113
72
41

261
219
41

260
34
424
78

11
5
3,510
3,499
157
25 :

11
5
3,510
3,498
157
25

164
128
36

245
212
33

l

24
-57
—7
-50

-104
-3

-10

-252
-155
-172
16

147

-97

81

$
52

Transactions (m;t purchases, or sales (— ), during period)

-472
-573
-642
69

1,994
1,814
1,612
202

8,096
5,393
5,116
276

22,843
21,130
20,377
753

6,2972
,5,9212
3,734
2,188 *

101

180

2,702

1,713

375

1,797
170

24 Total
25 Foreign countries
26 Official institutions
27 Other foreign
28 Nonmonetary international and
regional oiganizations

3,887
221

-432
-452
-472
19

4,450 -1,785
-182
329

MEMO: Oil-exporting countries
29 Middle East 4
30 Africa 6

20

-32
-77
-37
-39
44

138
-10

1974
Aug.

July

Sept.

-3

-100

1975
Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar,

Apr.

May

Holdings (end of period)l
5,544
5,390
832
9
9
2
260
35
426
86

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Canada
Latin America
Venezuela
, . . .
Other Latin America and
Caribbean
Netherlands Antilles'
Asia. .
Japan
Africa
All other . .
Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations. . . .
International
Latin American regional

5,387
5,273
854
10
9
4
250
34
459
83
5

5,460
5,311
883
10
9
6
250
30
485
88

5,552
5,387
917
10
9
6
276
30
498
83
5

5,708
5,557
885
10
9
6
251
30
493
81
5

5,953
5,685
916
11
9
4
252
31
529
75
5

6,162
5,890
959
12
9
3
252
30
578
70
5

7,332
6,639
1,186
14
268
8
252
29
599
71
5

7,069
6,596
1,217
14
209
8
252
32
611
86
5

7,067
6,688
1,174
14
209
8
251
34
564
89

756
17
4

706
28
4

707
36
4

711
74
4

713
100
4

697
99
4

584
159

sm
147
4

460
140
4

412
133

8

3,509
3,497
156
25
...

5,502
5,306
849
9
9
2
260
34
439
91
5

851
17

1 Estimated total.
2 Foreign countries
3 Europe
4
Belgium-Luxembourg ,
5
Germany
6
Netherlands
7
Sweden . ,
.
....
8
Switzerland
9
United Kingdom
10
Other Western Europe
11
Eastern Europe. . . .

8
5
3 t 510
3,498
151
25

9
15
3,509
3,497
151
25

9
23
3,509
3,497
151
25

10
60
3,509
3,498
151
25

13
83
3,709
3,498
151
*

13
82
3,822
3,498
151
*

13
142
4,037
3,496
151
*

13
130
4,561
3,496
151
*

11
125
4,617
3,496
161
•

11
118
4,787
3,496

154
87
67

195
132
64

114
54
60

149
105
44

165
106
59

150
97
53

268
215
53

272
226
46

694
627
66

473
419
54

379
342
37

-263
-43
-63
20

-2
92
123
-31

-220

-94

m

Transactions (net purchases, or sales (— ), during period)
24 Total
25 Foreign countries
26 Official institutions
27 Other foreign
28 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
MEMO: Oil-exporting countries
29 Middle East*.
30 Africa 8


230


14

-43
-84
-73
-11

-115
-33
-60
25

9

41

-81

23
14

38

91
76
25
50

156
171
153
17

246
128
118
9

209
205
102
102

1,171
749
724
25

35

16

-15

118

4

421

100

209

525

73
38

50
10

175
20

57. Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign holdings and transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars

1975

1976

Country or area
June

July

Aug.

Oct.

Sept.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

Holdings (end of period) *
1 Estimated total
2 Foreign countries
3
Europe
. . ..
4
Belgium-Luxembourg
5
Germany
6
Netherlands
7
Sweden
8
Switzerland
9
United Kingdom
10
Other Western Europe
11
Eastern Europe
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Canada
,
Latin America
Venezuela
Other Latin America and
Caribbean
Netherlands Antilles3
Asia
Japan
..
Africa
All other
Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
International
Latin American regional

6,847
6,794
1,135
14
209
8
252
37
522
88
5

7,039
6,890
1,151
14
209
8
252
37
536
90
5

7,048
6,967
1,169
14
210
8
278
41
520
93
5

7,240
7,173
1,170
14
217
8
275
44
501
106
5

7,722
7,383
1,157
14
216
16
275
54
441
136
5

7,263
7,195
1,145
13
216
16
275
58
414
149

7,702
7,372
1,085
13
215
16
276
55
363
143"
4

8,181
7,589
1,156
13
212
6
276
68
374
203
4

8,803
7,771
1,186
13
238
6
276
72
370
207
4

9,503
8,548
1,382
13
247
143
276
75
386
238

9,165
9,009
1,465
14
228
208
276
89
389
257
4

412
152
4

408
196
4

406
167
4

405
168
4

400
177
4

402
199
4

395
200
4

395
200
4

418
171
4

419
161
4

425
160
4

14
134
4,913
3,496
181

14
178
4,934
3,496
201

14
149
5,014
3,496
211

15
149
5,169
3,502
261

15
158
5,339
3,520
311

35
160
5,138
3,269
311

35
161
5,370
3,271
321

37
159
5,497
3,268
341

36
131
5,644
3,212
351

36
121
6,191
3,217
396

36
120
6,547
3,217
411

53
29
24

149
128
20

81
66
15

67
52
15

339
324
15

69
60
9

331
322
9

592
592

955
955

156
156

1,033
1,032

Transactions (net purchases, or sales (— ), during period)
24 Total
25 Foreign countries
. .
26
Official institutions
27
Other foreign
28 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
MEMO: Oil-exporting countries
29 Middle6 East *
30 Africa

-220
106
76
31

192
96
41
56

9
77
117
-40

192
206
175
31

482
210
173
38

-459
-189
-160
-29

439
111
187
-10

478
217
210
7

623
182
176
6

700
111
731
46

-338
461
457
4

-326

95

-67

-14

272

-270

262

261

441

-77

-799

20

80
10

150
50

150
50

179
10

126
20

181
10

532
45

126

51

1977

1976

May

June

July

Aug.

320
15

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Holdings (end of period) l
1 Estimated total
2 Foreign countries
3
Europe
4
Belgium- Luxembourg
5
Germany .
.
6
Netherlands
7
Sweden
8
Switzerland
9
United Kingdom
10
Other Western Europe
11
Eastern Europe
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Canada. . .
Latin America
Venezuela
Other Latin America and
Caribbean
Netherlands Antilles 8
Asia . .
Japan
Africa . . .
All other
Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
International
Latin American regional

9,403
9,254
1,443
13
225
208
281
99
349
264
4

10,608
10,026
1,566
12
227
283
291
101
380
268
4

11,424
10,350
1,604
11
221
283
291
132
368
294
4

12,153
10,746
1,733
9
324
283
275
171
383
284
4

13,467
11,671
2,024
9
518
282
240
268
396
307
4

14,487
11,954
2,064
13
535
283
242
267
403
317
4

15,063
12,337
2,293
14
746
288
192
291
433
325
4

15,798
12,765
2,330
14
764
288
191
261
485
323
4

16,307
13,014
2,300
14
764
287
191
271
476
293
4

17,813
13,746
2,504
14
789
367
188
324
512
306
4

18,888
15,069
3,010
14
894
388
188
317
853
353
4

340
166
4

340
182

341
203
4

337
271
4

386
178
4

390
160
4

250
302
149

256
312
149

256
315
149

261
295
149

270
404
258

37
125
6,875
3,074
431
*

37
141
7,466
3,075
471
*

42
157
7,701
3,077
501
*

45
222
7,883
2,952
521
*

36
138
8,552
3,052
531
*

43
113
8,808
3,093
531
*

38
115
8,950
2,587
543
*

45
118
9,323
2,687
543

40
125
9,637
2,682
506

24
121
10,330
2,806
356

27
120
11,068
3,123
305
11

149
^149

582
582
*

1,074
1,065
8

1,407
1,388
18

1,796
1,768
28

2,533
2,504
28

2,726
2,655
71

3,033
2,905
128

3,294
3,180
114

4,067
3,948
119

3,819
3,700
118

1,076
1,324
1,251
73

Transactions (net purchases, or sales (— ), during period)
24 Total
25 Foreign countries
...
26
Official institutions
27
Other foreign
28 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
MEMO: Oil-exporting countries
29 Middle East*.
30 Africa 5




238
245
263
-18

1,205
772
111
55

815
324
294
31

729
396
316
80

1,315
925
964
-40

1,019
283
227
55

576
383
340
44

735
428
421
7

510
249
229
20

1,505
732
709
23

-7

434

491

333

390

736

193

307

261

774

460
20

611
40

246
30

228
20

315
10

98

630
11

140

254
-37

505
-150

-249
408
-51

231

57. Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign holdings and transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars

1977

Country or area
':

Apr,

May

f

June

1978

f:

"

July

! Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Holdings (end of period)

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

22,215
19,759
5,292
18
1,261
492
149
459
2,600
307 !
4

19,756
17,621
4,046
17
1,112
418
148
441
1,591
314
4

267
447
193

271
471
193

279
480
193

283
481
193

288
513
193

292
516
183

Jan.

Feb.

38,640
33,894
13,936
19
3,168
911
100
497
8,888
349
4

40,121
35,668
15,064
19
3,373
930
411
9,839
362
4

40,400
35,499
14,915
19
3,494
954
125
422
9,513
384
4

2B8
551
199

285
543
201

250
587
241

167 !
183
170
167
18,104 1 18,745
6,547
6.B60
362
348
5
11

181
162
19,413
7,463
362

184
162
19,378
7,617
362
7

4,453
4,358
95

4,901
4,781
120

278
-169
-277
108

294
519
183

136
118
11,476
3,174
305
23

166
113
12,527
3,773
279
26

174
113
13,406
4,290
279
23

175
113
13,566
4,314
279
13

175
145
15,070
5,025
279
12

175
158
15,941
5,635
279
16

178
158
16,611
5,958
279
18

2,426
2,318
108

Canada
Latin America . . . .
Venezuela
Other Latin American and
Caribbean
Netherlands Antilles »
Asia
Japan . . . .
Africa
All other
Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
International
Latin American regional

Dec.

l

18,859
16,433
3,915
14
1,112
388
188
397
1,479
332
4

1 Estimated total
2 Foreign countries
3 Europe
.
....
4
Belgium-Luxembourg
5
derma ny
6
Netherlands
7
Sweden
8
Switzerland
9
United Kingdom
10
Other Western Europe
11
Eastern Europe
..

Nov.

2,136
2,032
103

2,456
2,353
103

2,585
2,440
146

2,940
2,830
110

3,859
3,759
100

4,001
3,900
100

23,453 27,603
20,867 24,663
6,24!i
8,501
19
19
1,266
1,847
503
633
155
149
505 j
498
3,478
5,017
321
326
4
4

1

31,087 | 34,344 i 37,681
27,227 30,344 33,305
10,183 12,623 14,023
19
20 [
20
1,957
2,742
2,165
821
911
719
125
125
100
494
496
508
6,506
8,640
9,419
343
353
331
4
4
4
293
533
199

4,376
4,276
100

4,746
4,646
100

Transactions (net purchases, or sales (— ), during period)
-28
1,364
1,261
102

24 Total
25 Foreign countries
.
26 Other institutions
27 Other foreign . .
. . . .
28 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

-1,392

MEMO: Oil-exporting countries
2 9 Middle East 4 , . . .
30 Africa 6

338

897
1,188
1,174
14

-292
391
-26

2,459
2,139
1,980
159

1,238
1,108
1,048
59

321

130

397

-14

3,483
2,564
2,493
71

3,257
3,116
3,052
65

3,337
2,962
2,885
76

959
589
598
-9

1,481
1,774
1,714
50

354

919

141

376

370

-292

533

161

284

869
69

324
13

4,151
3,796 1
3,696 1
101

56

447

-184

1978
Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oit.

Nov.

Dec.

Holdings (end of period) l
t Estimated total
2 Foreign countries
3 Europe
. . . .
...
4
Belgium-Luxembourg
5
Germany
6
Netherlands
7
Sweden
8
Switzerland
9
United Kingdom
10
Other Western Europe. . . .
11
Eastern Europe

...

.

...

12 Canada
....
...
13 Latin America
14
Venezuela
15
Other Latin America and Ombbe 'in
16
Netherlands Antilles a
17 Asia
18
Japan . . . .
19 Africa
20 All other
21 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations
22 International
23 Latin American regional

41,270
36,515
15,241
19
3,816
1,029
155
436
9,418
363
4

39,692
34,843
13,628
19
3,820
1,079
175
464
7,737
333

39,397 40,668 41,158 41,583 42,222 43,632 j 43,857
34,375 34,974 i 36,316 i 37,129 37,836 38,482 38,479
15,654
12,966 13,106 i 14,226 14,154 14,689 15,261
19
19
19
19
19
19 !
19
7,102
6,157
6,645
5,531
5,761
4,031 i 4,361
1,306
1,356 1,351
1,113
1,113
1,070
1,278
266
231
211
210
185
200
175
915
731
694 I
590
636
529
468
5,674
5,915
5,909
6,856
6,403 i 5,862
6,527
327
365
393
371
370
387
348

251
551
200
189
162
20,125
8,313
341
6

253
535
189
184
162
20,080
8,332
341
6

261
503
174
167
162
20,147
8,964
491
8

264
494
174
158
162
20,615
9,616
491
4

275
485
174
149
162
20,841
9,927
491

4,755
4,640
115

4,849
4,740
110

5,022
4,931
90

5,694
5,633
61

4,842
4,809
33

44,9382
39, a i ? a
17,072
19
8, 705 2
1,358
285
977
5,373
354

276
151
276
445
426
545
144 ]
144
244
139
119
139
162
162
162
21,657 ! 21,929 21,947
10,791 11,096 11,560
6*>1
491
491
6
5
7

151
416
144
109
162
21,510
11,483
691
—•'3

152
416
144
110
162
21,488
11,528
691
-3

5,LSO
5,118
33

5,378
5,345
33

5,121
5,089
33

4,454
4,421
33

4,386
4,354
33

Transactions (net purchases, or sales ( — ), during peried)
24 Total
25 Foreign countries
26 Official institutions
27 Other foreign
28 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations
MEMO: Oil-exporting countries
29 Middle East*
...
30 Africa »


232


871 -1,579
1,016 -1,674
995 -^1,699
22
26

-146
77
-20

-295
-467
-549
81

1,271
599
522
77

95

171

671

-72

-563
150

-185

490
1,342
1,313
29

-852
-85

425
813
710
103

-387
-31

1,0812
1,3382
-346
1,6832

639
706
704
3

1,419
646
577
69

225
-3
69
-72

-67

764

227

-256

-31

-40 E
200

-241
-1

-127

58. Foreign official assets held at Federal Reserve Banks 1
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 74

Assets

Jan.
1 Deposits

.

392

.

Assets held in custody
2 U S Treasury securities 2
3 Earmarked gold 3

Feb.
542

Mar,
366

Apr.
517

May
429

June

July

384

330

Aug.
372

Sept.
411

Oct.
376

Nov.
626

Dec.
418

49,582 50,255 51,342 52,642 54,195 54,442 54,317 53,681 53,849 54,691 55,908 55,600
17,044 17,039 17,037 17,026 17,021 17,014 16,964 16,917 16,892 16,875 16,865 16,838
1975

Jan.
391

1 Deposits
Assets held in custody
2 U S Treasury securities 2
3 Earmarked gold s

Feb.
409

Mar.
402

Apr.
270

May
310

June
373

July
369

Aug.
342

Sept.
324

Oct.
297

Nov.
346

Dec.
353

58,001 60,864 60,729 60,618 61,539 61,406 60,999 60,120 58,420 60,307 60,512 60,019
16,837 16,818 16,818 16,818 16,818 16,803 16,803 16,803 16,795 16,751 16,745 16,745
19 76

Jan,
294

1 Deposits
Assets held in custody
2 U.S Treasury securities 2
3 Earmarked gold 8

.

Feb.
412

Mar.
305

Apr.
305

May
303

June
349

July
295

Aug.
254

Sept.
392

Oct.
362

Nov.
305

Dec.
352

61,796 62,640 61,271 62,527 63,225 63,212 62,955 63,457 64,215 64,942 63,962 66,532
16,669 16,666 16,660 16,657 16,647 16,633 16,607 16,565 16,590 16,505 16,457 16,414
19 77

Jan.
1 Deposits
Assets held in custody
2 U.S. Treasury securities 2
3 Earmarked gold a

383

Feb.
361

Mar.
349

Apr.
305

May
436

June
379

July
468

Aug.
534

Sept.
382

Oct.
425

Nov.
416

Dec.
424

66,992 68,653 71,435 73,261 73,964 74,098 75,443 75,976 79,285 83,832 89,497 91,962
16,343 16,304 16,271 16,282 16,221 16,184 16,179 16,117 16,073 15,988 15,872 15,988
19 78

Jan.
1 Deposits
Assets held in custody
2 U.S. Treasury securities 2
3 Earmarked gold 3




422

Feb.
445

Mar.
352

Apr.
481

May
453

June
288

July
347

Aug.
309

Sept.
325

Oct.
305

Nov.
379

Dec.
367

95,945 98,465 105,362 102,044 100,146 99,465 101,696 102,902 102,699 107,934 112,434 117,126
15,726 15,735 15,727 15,686 15,667 15,620 15,594 15,572 15,553 15,548 15,525 15,463

233

59. Foreign transactions in securities
Millions of dollars

1974

Transactions, and area or country

1975

1976

1977

1974

1978
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

U.S. corporate securities
STOCKS
7,636
7,096

15,355
10,678

3 Net purchases or sales ( — )

540

4 Foreign countries . .

526

5
6
7
8
9
10

Europe
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

. . ,

11
12
13
14
15
16

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East1
. ...
Other Asia 2
Africa
Other countries

•.

17 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

.

979
802

743
586

896
846

583
559

2,676

2,420

178

157

49

2,661

2,466

170

157

51

336
256
68
-199
-100
340

1,006
40
291
22
152
613

1,283
47
620
-22
-585
1,230

202
68
4
37
43
28

165
39
5
54
40
-6

324
155
1,803
119
7
-4

65
127
1,390
59
5
8

74
151
781
187
-13
3

-27
-42

i'

288
-7
3

361
-7
1,649
142
10
15

14

18

13

15

-46

8

8,610
7,582

.

20,142
17,723

5,409
4,644

5,529
4,327

7,739
3,560

7,955
5,509

1,028

766

1,202

4,179

1,511

1 Foreign purchases
2 Foreign sales

18,227
15,475

14,155
11,479

4,678

2,753

4,660

2,740

282
203
39
330
36
-377

2,491
262
251
359
899
594

-6
-33

1,795

1,243

4,083

780
96
28
183
96
434

113
82
-6
-9
117
-52

86
39
-49
-29
155
23

1,850
-34
-20
72
94
1,690

45
43

128
31
1,553
-34
5
1

96
94
1,179
-165
-25
-21

-484 -1,029

-41

580
591

555
513

25

-11

42

24

-12

40

91
14
-26
40
24
14

4
22
17
35
-3
-31

12
18
29
5
-43

16
-15
8
33
11
-18

-21
9

-9
2

-7
-15

13
-7

-29

26

-2

19

1

1

1

-2

1

1

2

741
656

459
638

855
652

551
351

379
300

665
452

2,446

85

-178

203

200

80

213

2,037

71

-97

-74

120

68

163

915
30
68
19
-100
930

159
3
25

30
1

-79
_2
1

58
10

23
117

45

-2
6
-75

117
60
3
8
26

28
19

161
5
2
116
15
41

141
64
1,695
338
-6

102
78
810
131
-1
1

14
1

-2
-5

-1
6

4
*

3
5

1
4

-104

-119

-1

3

-3

96

409

14

-82

277

81

11

50

-2
206
208

-16
167
183

34
189
155

-1
173
174

90
207
117

-42
100
142

-293
102
395

-174
103
278

-65
88
153

-188
73
261

36

-9

1

BONDS »
18 Foreign purchases
19 Foreign sales

.

20 Net purchases, or sales ( — )

....

21 Foreign countries
22
23
24
25
26
27

Europe
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

,

28
29
30
31
32
33

Canada
.. .
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East l
Other Asia *
Africa
Other countries

34 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

632
10

Foreign securities
35 Stocks, net purchases, or sales (— ) —
36 Foreign purchases
37 Foreign sales
....

184
1,907
1,723

-189
1,541
1,730

-323
1,937
2,259

-410
2,255
2,665

527
3,666 " *209"
3,139
209

38 Bonds, net purchases, or sales ( — ) . . . . -2,218 -6,350 -8,774 -5,096 -4,017
4,932
2,383
1,036
8,040 11,044
39 Foreign purchases.
8,732 13,706 13,136 115,061
40 Foreign sales
3,254

-294
70
364

41 Net purchases, or sales ( — ), of stocks
and bonds .
,
. . . . . . -2,034 -6,538 -9,097 -5,506 -3,490

-295

-43

-309

-140

-66

-99

-290
-83
-206

-49
-62
-8
-9
32
-4

-312
-24
-285
-15
10

-143
=—8
-153
6
12

-71
-26
-34
-22
10

-101
-75
-115
-6
94
1

6

4

42 Foreign countries
43 Europe
44 Canada
45 Latin America and Caribbean
46 Asia
47
Africa
48 Other countries
49 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

234



-1,975 -4,347 -7,199 -3,949 -3,313
-546
-53
-850 -1,100
-40
-1,508 -3,202 -5,245 -2,404 -3,237
-93
-306
-82
-3
201
142
-646
-733
-97
350
8
15
48
2
-441
22
-416
-155
-267
-146
-58 -2,192 -1,898 -1,557

-177

-1
_1
_4

3

3
3

5

3

59. Foreign transactions in securities—Continued
Millions of dollars

1974

1975

Transactions, and area or country

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

1,164
919

1,329
1,065

1,546
1,156

U.S. corporate securities
STOCKS
521
510

590
502

460
445

673
695

604
616

3 Net purchases* or sales ( — )

11

88

15

-22

4 Foreign countries

10

89

15

-25

-13
13
5
39
-9
-64

46
19
18
16
15
-10

-19
-9
17
21
-6
-38

10
-2

14
9

13
1

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Canada . . .
.
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East1
Other Asia 2
Africa
Other countries

17 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

755
557

1,427
893

-13

21

198

534

245

264

390

-14

21

198

520

245

259

393

-115
17
-30
9
-39
-82

-77
5
1
-2
-35
-50

-30
13
13
20
-10
-75

114
36
18
8
42
-5

335
21
26
14
115
150

156
12
18
40
40
40

138
-15
22
26
44
58

196
-6
4
27
100
61

6
4

3
2

-2
-5

14
10

18

23

70

27 '

15
-6
85
-6
1
-1

-4
3
119
3
2
-2

122
36

1

95
-9
-2

20
13
153

1

13
-15
86
-3
1
2

-1

—1

3

5

-3

571
593

Europe
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

452
430

1

1 Foreign purchases
2 Foreign sales

947
664

1,019
742

962
815

810
902

614
243

323
339

328
530

-1

1
14

36

2

BONDS 8
18 Foreign purchases
19 Foreign sales

651
817

-22

283

276

146

-92

21 Foreign countries

133

275

131

158

392

22
23
24
25
26
27

Europe
France . . . .
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

110
-1

65
1
1
__1

35
10

46

70
1
-1
1
-1
79

64

-1
13
17

28
29
30
31
32
33

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East *
Other Asia 2
,
Africa
Other countries

1
5

2
4

4
2

18
5

6
1

-4
17

7

199

60

166

399

498
359

93

20 Net purchases, or sales (— )

72

. .
, .

34 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

140

279
554

361

_9

-88

6
59

3
-91

32
1
-1
-1
10
23

14
-1
151
1

-13
66
4
1
-2
2 ""1:4'
-1
1
-10
64

-16

-35

95
2
3

172

371

259

-166

16

-275

3

35
1

-100

1

-26
35
-99

4
-4
341
-12

6
3
80
1

10

-6

-203
15
-72
3
1
-1
-80
7
1
90
-11

1

10
7

-155

145

-11

-484

-337

-120

-241

-218

Foreign securities
35 Stocks, net purchases, or sales (— ) —
36 Foreign purchases
37 Foreign sales

12
128
116

31
150
119

47
146
100

-62
91
152

22
124
102

38 Bonds, net purchases, or sales ( — ) . . . .
39 Foreign purchases
.
. . . .
40 Foreign sales

-159
92
251

-150
57
207

-75
72
147

-276
86
362

41 Net purchases, or sales (— ), of stocks
and bonds
.
.
. .

-147

-119

-29

42 Foreign countries
43 Europe
44 Canada
45 Latin America and Caribbean
46 Asia
47 Africa
48 Other countries

-148
-63
-109
-1
24
-1
3

-121
-35
-122
-9
44
-1
1

-41
-41
-32
23
1

49 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

1

2

12




-11
147
158

-40
134
173

-13
147
160

14
155
141

-13
145
158

-78
92
170

-423 -1,076
131
101
524
1,207

-429
117
546

-452
195
647

-172
167
338

-172
168
340

-338

-56

-393

-468

-465

-158

-186

-340
-81
-244

-298
-27
-190
-25
-67
12

-515
-43
-405
-28
-60
20

-321
19
-152
-97
-94
2

-359
-67
-176
-3
-112
-2
1

-101
-57
-3
17
-59

-216
38
-167

-16
-1
2

-59
-21
-8
-14
-21
2
3

2

3

-95

-572

-147

-106

-57

30
117
87

-1,087

2"

-88
2
31

235

59. Foreign transactions in securities—Continued
Millions of dollars

1975

1976

Transactions, and area or country
June

Aug.

July

Oct.

Sept.

Dec.

Nov.

Jan.

I Feb. 1 Mar. 1

Apr.

U.S. corporate securities
STOCKS
1,341
1,075

1 Foreign purchases
2 Foreign sales

1,691
1,094

1,186
718

898
646

1,475
1,047

1,163
817

1,380
691

2,091
I t 548

2,098
1,727

2,144
1,559

1,695
1,284

3 Net purchases, or sales (— )

267

598

468

252

428

346

689

543

372

585

411

4 Foreign countries

286

596

453

247

424

345

694

541

372

577

413

151
32
-4
19
72
39

404
55
35
80
139
80

304
52
54
47
83
39

122
10
6
22
64
7

143
16
-6
17
36
48

134
22
42
-5
42
44

295
28
38
64
122
32

210
1
136
-48

134
15
12
-14
64
41

329
79
26
-6
148
69

84
10
10
31
-20
49

22
95
11
-1
1

20
13
152
3
1
3

21
-7
108
26

60
7
190
22

36
-1
166
8

103
-9
289
13
1
3

40
76
222
-6

1

20
-15
83
34
1
2

48
11
175
5
-3
2

15
30
153
42
7
1

23
25
254
22
5

-20

2

15

5

4

2

-6

2

8

-1

18 Foreign purchases
19 Foreign sales
. ..

408
270

589
199

280
627

390
484

658
334

520
432

522
273

747
532

409
362

38?
417

570
410

20 Net purchases, or sales ( — )

139

391

-347

-94

323

88

249

215

47

-31

160

21 Foreign countries

136

407

-54

68

335

77

233

227

29

-51

156

58
9

183
27
16
6
35
80

-73
14

40
1
-50
2
12
78

-25
39
-17
9
-41

82
2
3
11
8
56

7
5
-1

23
2
-1
2
20
-2

-70
3

-18
-5
-70

-19
-14
6
25
-7

-25
-3
9
-5
4
-26

75
-1

33
2
186
4

6
1
11
1

-5
5
94
-6

38
11
247
-4
3

-2
6
93
4
1

6
6
ISO
-12
1

2

-17

-293

-162

-11

11

16

51
148
97

5
6
7
8
9
10

Europe
France
Germany . . .
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom. .

11
12
13
14
15
16

Canada .
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East1 . .
Other Asia a
Africa
Other countries. . . .
,.
. . .

. . .

17 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

.

2

88

-1

BONDS 8

22
23
24
25
26
27

Europe
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom.

28
29
30
31
32
33

Canada
,.
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East *
, . .
Other Asia "
Africa
Other countries

..

...

34 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

8
5
32
4

a

36
-30
29

~se

~5
-11

4
6
30
-34
1

9
1
35
-20
4
--10

7
3
179
-13
7

-13

IB

20

4

3
145
142

-60
\62
222

-53
193
246

40
182
143

-747 -1,225
282
248
1,506
995

-338 -1,145
462
402
800
1 , 547

-946
360
1,306

-425
342
766

-335

-998

-385

-429 -1,067 -1,008
33
-109
-168
-304
-973
-738
-9
-80
5
-113
-7
-18
-3
—5
-4
2
-14

-291

221
-21
-2
-10

Foreign securities
35 Stocks, net purchases, or sales (— )
36 Foreign purchases
37 Foreign sales

-15
129
144

-11
109
120

-167
90
257

10
91
81

-24
138
162

38 Bonds, net purchases, or sales ( — ) . . . .
39 Foreign purchases. .
.
40 Foreign sales

-648
215
863

-693
315
1,008

-160
158
318

-91
194
285

-484
195
678

41 Net purchases, or sales (—), of stocks
and bonds

-663

-704

-327

-81

-508

-719

-1,173

-662
-22
-475

-230
-26
-113
-25
—70

-339
24
-202
-164

-513
48
-460
-48
-55

-657
-27
-588
6

1
2

-99
-20
-129
25
24
-1
1

~6

-2
-48

-334
79
-330
9
-93
-1
1

12

18

5

-62

-839

42 Foreign countries
43 Europe
44 Canada
,
45 Latin Aimerica and Caribbean
46 Asia. .
47 Africa
48 Other countries
49 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . .

236



—41
2
-127

4*

-475

28
108
79

94

-1,205

-139

10

-286
6
-18
4
2
-94

59. Foreign transactions in securities—Continued
Millions of dollars

1976

1977

Transactions, and area or country
May

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

1,562
1,287

1,430
1,131

1,167
1,032

1,105
976

U.S. corporate securities
STOCKS
1,212
1,097

1 Foreign purchases
2 Foreign sales

1,432
1,178

1,605
1,363

1,062
971

1,124
1,116

1,226
1,321

977
1,025

3 Net purchases, or sales ( — )

115

254

242

91

9

-95

-49

274

299

134

129

4 Foreign countries

115

252

244

88

7

-99

-50

281

301

132

124

-9
3
-44
4
21
20

-47
24
-27
2
-47
20

-32
72
-20
-22
-58
5

-15
28
-13
-21
-6
13

-60
23
-6
-26
-55
29

-251
-12
-16
-37
-95
-72

-118
-25
-13
-29
-44
-5

111
37
24
-35
-7
84

122
33
6
24
39
20

28
-8
—2
-5
23
9

49
7
1
-10
30
24

30
6
67
16
1
4

-5
11
266
21
3
3

55
209
11

35
-26
92

5
10
60
-4
-4

18
-17
126
27
-3
1

1
25
64
-21
-1

60
1
115
9
2
-17

8
4
119
46

30
14
77
-17

9
14
48

1

1

2

-2

3

2

4

2

-6

-2

2

5

427
404

393
158

307
156

411
237

361
376

625
386

360
365

533
524

400
322

534
216

346
208

20 Net purchases, or sales ( — )

22

236

151

174

-15

238

-5

10

78

319

138

21 Foreign countries

35

234

159

173

-10

174

109

6

73

328

111

-2
3
-2
0
23
-19

26
6
-1
-2
15
8

49
10

29
4
-3
—3
16
23

-17
-1
0
0
-7
7

-10
-1
5
-5
-2

23
5
4
3
-3
15

53
7
1
-20
13
54

8
-5

279
-3
4
-2
32
223

73
0
0
-3
31
41

-3
-3
37
6

1
0
224
-19

2
7
104
-3
1

9
9
121
5

18
5
18
-15
-19

-1
29
156
2
-2

16
6
74
-8
-2

7
27
-21
-44
-14
-2

~59
1

55
8
-7
-9

-3
1
48
-6
-2

-13

2

-8

-4

64

-115

3

4

-9

27

4
217
213

-19
179
198

-108
129
237

-67
182
249

-82
776
858

-386
555
941

-87
573
660

5
6
7
8
9
10

Europe
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom . .

1I
12
13
14
15
16

Canada .
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East *
Other Asia 2
. .
Africa
Other countries

. ..

17 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

3

1

2'

BONDS 3
18 Foreign purchases
19 Foreign sales

22
23
24
25
26
27

Europe
...
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

28
29
30
31
32
33

. . .

Canada . . . .
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East l
Other Asia 2
Africa
Other countries

34 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

4
35

~2
15
8
11

Foreign securities
35 Stocks, net purchases, or sales (— )
36 Foreign purchases
37 Foreign sales

-42
198
240

-44
162
206

-129
128
257

-11
123
134

-27
126
153

-2
132
133

-2
167
168

38 Bonds, net purchases, or sales ( — ) . . . .
39 Foreign purchases
...
40 Foreign sales

-453
373
825

-543 -1,752
281
440
2,192
824

-478
333
811

-432
363
795

-371
452
822

-485 -1,407
670
455
940
2,077

41 Net purchases, or sales (— ), of stocks
And bonds

-495

-587

-1,881

-489

-459

-372

-486

-1,403

-101

-495

-154

42 Foreign countries
.. .
43 Europe
44 • Canada
45 Latin America and Caribbean
46 Asia
47 Africa
48 Other countries . . . . .

-336
-21
-233
-40
-77
32
3

-593 -1,062
-54
-132
-328
-868
9
17
4
-93
11
9
-234
3

-423
-60
-98
47
-317
1
3

-476
-145
-331
20
-21
0

-285
-37
-301
13
31
1
9

-355
-17
-40
-28
-73
0
-197

-874
-140
-745
37
-31
2
3

-391
-19
-348
25
-58
-1
9

-500
-217
-264
42
-65
2
1

-185
32
-88
35
-163

49 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

-158

-66

17

-87

-132

-529

290

5

31




6

-819

237

59. Foreign transactions in securities—Continued
Millions of dollars

1977

Transactions, and area or country

May

Apr.

June

July

Aug.

1978
Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

Jan,

1,235
945

1,024
909

825
762

Feb.

U.S. corporate securities
STOCKS
1,142
906

1 Foreign purchases .
2 Foreign sales

1,210
978

1,202
950

1,373
1,163

1,023
900

1,012
847

973
752

1,282
899

236

232

252

210

123

165

222

383

290

115

63

236

212

259

209

124

170

223

385

286

116

63

90
-3
44
-7
38
20

96

33
21
12

29
-24
20
-10
5
57

37

5

l
-\l6

80

200
1
64
10
34
106

156
-3
58
9
-3
109

30

67

109
27
37
5
2
52

41
-2
33
-13
-16
57

-5
21
125
5
• .
'""_['

-33
17
127
4

-5
1
94
-3
1
-2

-3
-3
108
8

20
-4
93
2
2
2

21
27
128

14
15
100
1

1

20

-7

2

-1

-5

-1

-2

4

-1

883
249

612
328

977
430

749
284

713
251

497
458

931
308

743
226

354
280

459
379

574
348

20 Net purchases) or sales ( — )

634

284

547

466

462

39

623

517

73

81

226

21 Foreign countries ,

589

315

534

498

437

41

623

507

28

99

181

278
-3
12
57
-19
223

232
1
12
11
33
198

130
1

-48
1
-75
21
12
4

349

3_20

5
2
-34
329

4
20
-7
324

5
-11
9
0
-6
15

131
-4
1
7
-7
123

32
1

7
2
236
10

30
12
153
72

13
18
192
84

15
13
79
-14
-3

4
11
124
135

1
-1
159
27

3
4
16

7
H
- 59
9

7
6
125
11

13

-32

25

-2

10

46

-18

45

3 Net purchases, or sales ( — )
4 Foreign countries

..

5
6
7
8
9
10

Europe
France
Germany
Netherlands ,
Switzerland
United Kingdom

1i
12
13
14
15
16

....

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East 1
Other Asia 2
Africa
...
Other countries

17 Non monetary international and
regional organizations
BONDS

37
27
4 '"-20"
35
35
-3
17
200
10

i'

12
4
171
-7

i'

~=1
-7

1

-i3

-U
€0

-19
-9
10?
6

2

1

-26
—4
48
1
2
1

3

18 Foreign purchases
19 Foreign sales o . . .

...

22
23
24
2*>
26
27

Europe
France
Germany. . .
, ..
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

123
-4
-4
-7
_4
128

28
29
30
31
32
33

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Middle East l . .
Other Asia 2
Africa
.,
.
....
Other countries

6
3
454
4

102
-4
13
-28
19
102
•*(
1
0
195
17

45

-31

34 Nonmonatary international and
regional organizations

3

1
22

Foreign securities
-63
169
232

30
168
138

106
247
141

34
214
180

59
291
.132

103
255
152

113
280
167

-778
594
1,372

-204 -1,022
729
799
933
1,821

-654
681
1,335

-283
786
1,069

-327
593
921

-339
£85
1,224

-581
813
1,394

-184
584
768

-879

-839

-468

-1,085

-624

-177

-293

-280

-478

-71

-206
-122
-128
-17
59

-710
-283
-291
-42
-98
3
2

-392
-258
-243
52
51
1
5

-246
-37
-255
-7
53
-3
1

-618
2
-574
35

-315
-260
9
-3
-64

-81

-26
-33
45
-170
133
-2
1

2

-302
B08
-175
-69
43
1
-210

-485
209
-446
-6
-123
-118
-3

9
95
57
37
-121
-61
2

-129

-76

-6

-151

23

22

7

-80

35 Stocks, net purchases, or sales ( — )
36 Foreign purchases
37 Foreign sales

-43
153
197

-14
198
211

-61
167
228

38 Bonds, net purchases, or sales ( — ) . . . .
39 Foreign purchases
40 Foreign sales.

-69
510
578

-865
561
1,426

41 Net purchases, or sales (— ), of stocks
and bonds

-112
-57
-13
-93
37
10
2

2

42 Foreign countries
43 Europe
44 Canada . . . .
45 Latin America and Caribbean
46
Asia
,
47 Africa
.. ..
48 Other countries
49 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

238



-55

-673

-265
157
422

-839

59. Foreign transactions in securities—Continued
Millions of dollars

1978

Transactions, and area or country

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

U.S. corporate securities
STOCKS
1,414
922

1 Foreign purchases
2 Foreign sales

1,864
1,150

2,393
1,966

2,094
1,938

1,306
1,297

2,446
2,680

2,357
2,115

1,521
1,523

1,461
1,359

1,438
1,102
336

3 Net purchases, or sales ( — )

492

713

427

156

9

-235

241

-2

103

4 Foreign countries

511

720

426

111

9

-235

244

-3

102

336

508
79
125
16
103
173

323
-2
52
9
31
229

77
-39
83
-18
-76
101

-6
-15
17
9
-52
50

-152
9
-54
-22
-184
110

-33
2
24
7
-115
54

-80

-10

7
-118
69

-lo

%
6
-88
67

264
-38
264
-9
-23
74

-16
-35
69
-5
1

-18
48
-134
34
-12
-1

117
1
120
35
5
-1

22
13
42
-4
2
2

6
-2
109

-3

1

1

437
439

884
564

5
6
7
8
9
10

Europe
France
Germany . . .
.
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdon

....

319
68
52
_9
7
187

11
12
13
14
15
16

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean . . . .
Middle East1
Other Asia 2
Africa.
Other countries

-3
17
170
5
1

44
37
97
35
-1

-58
36
90
39
-4

-12
33
59
23
3

-19

-7

1

-21

604
63.2

311
345

779
333

671
302

1,029
596

868
490

610
550

727
530

-28

-35

446

369

433

379

60

197

-2

320

-8

-33

448

297

411

326

62

137

-12

128

41
8
21
-3
-36
75

163
-3
14
-7
5
154

387
13
18
11
-74
416

137
6
38
18
-20
89

80
-2
-5
19
43
0

89
-10
-12
-4
9
110

-25

5
11
-20
-37
-122

-96
-5
10
3
-33
-54

-45
-1
9
9

146
17
10
-6
39
109

11
137
9

13
1
33
15

9
12
370
14

6
2
91
36

14
-8
135
-116

24
17
99
48

16
11
-73
28

-5
13
-19
60

-8
23

6
5
-21
-5

1

1

-2

-I

17 Nonmonetary international and
Regional organization's

-2
1

38
16
4
15
™i
1

BONDS 8
18 Foreign purchases
18 Foreign sales
20 Net purchases, or sales ( — )
21 Foreign countries
22
23
24
25
26
27

Europe
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

28
29
30
31
32
33

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean . . . .
Middle East l
Other Asia 2
Africa
Other countries

34 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

-170

-20

-3

1
72

22

53

-3

60

10

192

Foreign securities
35 Stocks, net purchases or sales (— ). . .
36 Foreign purchases
37 Foreign sales

114
337
223

144
407
262

-12
272
284

-61
247
308

10
333
323

52
383
331

-69
261
330

-19
299
318

163
360
197

-12
232
244

38 Bonds, net purchases or sales ( — ) . . .
39 Foreign purchases
49 Foreign sales

-564
809
1,373

-497
1,224
1,721

-39
1,017
1,056

-633
1,102
1,735

-300
926
1,225

-205
990
1,195

36
762
726

-677
941
1,618

-446
856
1,302

73
1,020
948

41 Net purchases, or sales ( — ),
of stocks and bonds

-450

-353

-50

-694

-290

-153

-33

-696

-283

42 Foreign countries
43 Europe
44 Canada
45 Latin America and Caribbean
46 Asia
47 Africa
48 Other countries

-302
115
-177
66
-282
-29
6

-424
157
-807
120
149
-44
2

-66
-194
-80
72
132

-292
-171
-146
7
37
-25
7

-157
94
-161
-17
46
-123
3

-67
-86
-41
-12
72
-1
1

-507
13
-747
-17
236
I
6

-303
-102
-246
18
21
1
4

19
53
-24

4

-740
-222
-420
-68
197
-44
-182

49 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

-148

70

16

45

2

5

34

20

41




-189

61

-15
5

239

60. Short-term liabilities to and claims on foreigners reported by nonbanking concerns
in the United States l
A. Liabilities to foreigners
Millions of dollars, end of period

Mar.

Sept.

June

19 76

19 75

19 74

Type, and area or country

Dec,

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

1 Total

4,432

5,156

5,622

5,922

5,933

5,943

6,020

6,018

6,351

6,291

By type
2 Payable i n dollars
. . . .
3 Payable in foreign currencies

3,615
817

4,209
947

4,681
941

5,022
900

5,080
853

5,112
831

5,173
847

5,414
605

5,699
653

5,665
626

4,403
2,318
5
229
17
8
131
232
21
113
113
9
24
59
43
92
9
1,166
16
3
8
21

5,093
2,674
12
422
18
9
170
210
28
120
103
8
17
42
52
110
11
1,286
18
6
12
22

5,497
3,023
18
504
22
12
157
239
28
127
118
10
20
45
40
104
20
1,455
17
7
65
15

5 , 764
3,021
20
524
24
16
203
313
39
124
117
9
19
5(5
41
1311
ft
1,261
40
5
48
16

5,732
2,886
26
484
23
10
151
352
25
107
121
9
13
54
35
155
12
1,209
52
5
28
17

5,686
2,565
22
345 !
14
4
140
293
27
108
141
8
13
59
35
168
14
1,072
45
5
34
15

5,753
2,543
18
341
g
5
150
276
21
154
153
13
13
74
53
167
22
971
60
5
31
7

5.743
2,343
14
299
9

6,133
2,340
6
296
12
5
205
152
25
125
162
23
3
68
25
162
14
927
91
6
23
10

6,046
2,274
13
233
12
1
159
228
29
116
170
22
3
5£
24
213
20
840
108
7
10
16

By area or country
4 foreign countries
5 Europe
6
Austria
7
Belgium-Luxembourg
8
Denmark
9
Finland
10
France
11
Germany
12
Greece
13
Italy
14
Netherlands
15
Norway
16
Portugal
17
Spain.
18
Sweden
19
Switzerland
20
Turkey.
21
United Kingdom
22
Yugoslavia
23
Other Western Europe
24
U.S.S.R
25
Other Eastern Europe

;

149
149
19
172
114
20
4
31
29
U4
2*
1,007
76
8
20
11

26

Canada

350

321

311

307

263

283

299

309

329

393

27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41

Latin America
Argentina
Bahamas . . .
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
Mexico
Panama
Peru.
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other Latin American republics.
Netherlands Antilles 2
Other Latin America

581
19
211
78

761
19
307
125
10
22

818
28
325
160
14
13

922
38
374
118
22
14

972
32
391
121
23
12

976
35
361
127
15
12

929
33
297
116
13
14

931
45
277
102
14
17

1 , 194
49
376
97
11
16

1,095
49
330
97
15
19

64
21
15

60
21
14

53
63
50

49
83
26
101

69
10
18
3
39
65
56
134

71
21
16
3
45
67
60
145

81
11
19

50
45
5
37

76
19
11
2
43
60
7
59

56
69
76
142

82
16
29
3
98
76
35
138

92
10
30
2
161
75
58
214

72
12
31
. 3
184
102
55
127

42

848

1 056

1 085

1,237

1 306

1 487

1,573

1 695

1 698

1 705

43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia .
Israel
Japan , .
Korea
Philippines.
Thailand
Other Asia

20
51
24
14
13
31
373
37
9
7
268

39
72
18
13
22
39
373
44
19
409

23
72
17
10
38
40
351
65
28
10
431

17
92
19
7
60
50
347
75
25
10
536

8
102
18
10
63
62
326
47
19
9
642

6
100
30
21
86'
62
271
43
17
6
844

2
101
29
22
104
45
277
63
15
g
908

1
96
17
7
136
31
277
68
14
18
1 031

1
108
2^
9
132
26
290
53
18
18
1 020

1
122
28
10
115
34
272"
60
18
11
1 035

54
55
56
57
58
59

Africa , .
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa .
7aire
Other Africa

212
35
25
22
21
109

206
12
17
24
15
139

172
6
14
35
17
100

190
3
14
43
18
112

215
5
5
54
17
134

320
34
6
65
9
206

336
34
8
79
9
207

391
37
10
100
6
239

505
30
7
114
7
347

534
22
33
89
12
377

60
61
62

Other countries
Australia
All other

95
73
22

74
51
24

89
57
32

86
56
30

91
60
31

55
37
18

73
52
21

74
57
17

66
48
18

45
33
12

29

63

125

158

201

257

267

276

219

246

63 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

240



..

18
77
14
17

7

60. Short-term liabilities to and claims on foreigners reported by nonbanking concerns
in the United States—Continued

A. Liabilities to foreigners—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

Sept.

1978

1977

1976

Type, and area or country

Mar.

Dec.

Sept.

June

Mar.

Dec.

June

Sept.

Dec.

1 Total

6,427

6,577

6,568

6,578

7,243

7,910

8,361

8,792

9,683

9,817

2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies

5,690
737

5,868
709

5,803
765

5,864
715

6,386
857

7,109
801

7,477
884

7,967
825

8,853
831

8,829
988

Bv area or Country
4 foreign countries
5 Europe
. . .
6
Austria
7
Belgium-Luxembourg
8
Denmark
9
Finland
10
France . . . .
11
Germany
12
Greece
13
Italy
14
Netherlands
15
Norway
16
Portugal
17
Spain
18
Sweden
19
Switzerland
. .
20
Turkey
21
United Kingdom
. .
22
Yugoslavia
23
Other Western Europe
24
U.S.S.R
25
Other Eastern Europe

6,241
2,387
15
183
13
17
185
256
28
148
141
24
5
36
35
243
16
888
113
8
19
14

6,369
2,241
15
174

6,377
2,152
14
182
15
2
162
175
80
135
170
17
23
52
36
214
12
714
113
6
15
13

6,409
2,239
23
151
14
10
156
163
73
138
212
12
20
68
36
236
21
766

7,089
2,317
19
126
16
11
170
226
78
107
180
12
12
74
41
257
97
765
92
9
11
14

7,695
2,491
21
116
14
9
238
284
85
128
232
7
11
77
28
263
108
735
90
10
24
12

8,214
2,820
26
171
23
12
273
335
108
104
253
9
7
94
37
211
93
937
82
8
15
23

8,661
2,993
26
167
22
3
302
356
82
156
220
18
25
105
38
282
92
962
84
18
19
17

9,559
3,173
33
165
17
3
266
391
71
188
219
23
11
110
51
308
102
1,070
76
17
27
25

9,692
3,394
45
240
17
9
336
399
37
162
216
23
8
141
70
338
55
1,188
28
25
29
28

2
199
174
48
131
144
12
13
40
34
190
13
894
123
7
9
13

no

6
16
10

26

Canada

341

400

427

448

451

504

530

524

566

658

27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41

Latin America
Argentina
....
Bahamas
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
....
Cuba
Mexico .
. .
Panama.
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other Latin American republics
Netherlands Antilles *
Other Latin America

1,028
48
251
58
16
11

1,061
44
281
72
17
13

1,120
42
274
49
16
18

1,027
50
237
37
24
22

1,038
50
248
76
13
24

1,201
40
329
49
17
42

1,353
53
327
62
14
26

1,421
74
321
63
23
42

1,536
131
353
87
14
42

1,521
124
312
74
11
38

74
10
32
3
222
104
68
129

102
34
25
4
219
141
10
100

121
12
24
4
241
148
11
160

120
11
21
3
193
141
17
151

103
12
13
4
210
122
9
154

114
22
15
3
216
118
25
209

169
12
22
5
264
107
41
250

185
71
17
9
185
101
30
299

238
59
19
7
232
121
19
213

142
44
50
15
318
105
35
255

42

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan .
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia .
Israel
Japan
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Other Asia .

1,978

1,984

2,008

1,987

2,583

2,835

2,814

3,008

3,534

3,324

43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53

1
127
33
11
131
32
247
85
28
23
1,260

I

40
23
98
37
193
70
53
24
1,335

3
113
42
39
94
37
172
89
59
19
1,340

2
138
27
41
80
45
183
88
73
11
1,299

1
152
25
44
60
58
604
75
78
17
1,469

8
156
40
37
56
63
695
103
74
17
1,588

1
167
32
26
57
68
761
99
95
11
1,498

1
170
30
10
59
59
807
107
107
27
1,631

2
178
61
23
49
68
865
103
157
43
1,985

47
150
67
27
67
69
898
42
98
55
1,804

54
55
56
57
58
59

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Other Africa

438
25
44
66
24
279

606
27
45
54
36
444

598
29
30
33
39
467

609
33
72
27
39
438

588
45
105
29
48
361

571
13
112
20
46
380

594
19
130
30
55
360

603
25
148
36
57
338

661
34
145
34
56
391

708
40
166
45
88
371

60
61
62

Other countries. ,
Australia
All other

69
51
18

77
59
19

72
53
19

98
78
20

111
93
18

93
75
18

104
89
14

111
97
14

89
75
14

86
75
11

186

208

192

170

154

215

147

132

125

125

....

63 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations




no

241

60* Short-term liabilities to and claims on foreigners reported by nonbanking concerns
in the United States l—Continued
B. Claims on foreigners
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 74

Type, and area or country

1975

1976

Mar.

2
3
4
5

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar,

June

11,041

10,724

11,263

10,917

10,839

11,640

12,128

12,678

13,817

9,564

10,154

9,796

927

10 241
1 022

9,826
1 091

9,601
1 238

10,336
1,304

11,023
1 105

11,687

12,818

407
490

429
458

430
497

473
548

453
638

479
758

529
775

566
539

480
511

558
441

10,461
4 135

By type
Payable in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies.
Deposits with banks abroad in reporter's name
Other

Sept,

10,462

1 Total

June

11,040
4 454

10,723
4 322
' 15

11 762
4 450

10,916
3 817

10,838
3 737

11,639
4,210

12,127
4 490
' 16

12,677
4 935

13,816
5 328

167
41

176
58

146
52

898

887

By area or country
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

Europe
Austria
Belgium- Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France .
Germany
,
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
. .
.
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia ...
....
Other Western Europe
U.S.S.R.
. .
Other Eastern Europe

16
12
37
42
381
332
87
321

.

99
22

112
405
74
91
23

1 830

17
139
27
80
507
340
76
390
119
35

101
408
106
78
28
1 859

138
32

69
413
97
154
24
1 757

81
367
89
136
26

42
358
66
86
33

'135

143
36

1 847

15
19
57
22

28

Canada

1 521

1 569

1 561

1 613

29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Latin America
Argentina
..
...
Bahamas.
Brazil .
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
^^cxico . .
Panama
, . ......
Peru,...
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other Latin American; republics.
Netherlands Antilles a
Other Latin America

2,262

2,624

2,232

2 3'*5

167

157

179
17

200
14

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

Asia. , . .
...
China
Mainland. . . .
Taiwan
Hong Kong . . .
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan
Korea .
Philippines
Thailand
Other Asia

56
57
58
59
60
61

Africa
Egypt •
Morocco
. .
South Africa .
Zaire
Other Africa

62
63
64

Other countries
Australia
All other

242

59
518
431
124
53
1
305
114
40
6
199
169

22
21
91
50

67
504
468
106
*I4
308
131
44
5
193

152
35

1 651

13
132
22
80
288
345
69
298

131
41

32
322
74
113
28

15
131
24
105
304
316
56
379
135
48

39
315
100
220
31

1 547

1 779

1 867

1 953

2,305

2,186

33
23
71
43

76
615
385
69
54
1
343
108
46
15
183
198
16

32
16
91
62

63
631
350
55
51
1
328
128
50
5
171

133
39
81
291
355
33
380

44
407
62
242
27

17
116
35
31
359
305
41
406
45
516
80
207
26

999

17
193
30
131
365
358
47
335

22
432
84
270
31

1 903

2 282

2 602

2 084

2 099

2 226

2 195

2,224

2 , 366

2,564

3,056

24
19
101
69

54
686
389
39
48
1
323
103
50
5
158

36
14
150
70

58
667
409
36
49
1
162
91
41
4
175

30
18
106
80

48
883
475
27
47

28
14
96
75

43

1,155

332
84
38
4
155

462
46
57
1
332
101
39
4
183

196

181
13

147

159

165
12

192

303

292

436

199
20

159
12

172
7

188
10

....

. .

2 149

1 923

2 104

2 326

2 404

2 465

2,627

2 625

2,475

2,703

..

....

8
176
67
36
55
38

3
120
66
31
73
37

g
128
62
37
87
53

17
138
62
37
9J>
44

19
122
82
32
117
46

32
124
84
39
133
60

45
152
84
48

60
162
110
39
140
54

30
98
66
60
146
42

16
212
104
51
143
53

.

1,289

107
87
21
264

...

65 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations




180
13

53
977
527
64
53
1
272
84
60
5
176

23
20
54
36

65
395

...

52
746
412
78
45
1
266
94
66
6
136

23
23
69
28

114
25
91
459
323
69
410

15
137
35
70
327
274
59
307

26
128
42
]20
428

990

v

1 048

123
86
22
314

1,166

122
108
23
311

•126

63

1 230
20 1

1,317

1,240

1,260

1 , 1 32

1,163

1,170

97
24
384

163
85
29
394

175
91
24
462

205
93
20
532

262
*)6
22
549

105
106
20
638

129
114
19
692

253
9
2
69
20
152

314
13
4
85
17
195

325
16
5
90
13
201

372i

15
7
101
24
225

381
24
6
104
15
233

358
15
9
104
15
215

368
15
10
78
19
246

406
?2
10
^4
24
256

344
22
11
80
23
207

378
28
12
83
25
230

142
110
31

157
117
39

178
134
44

165
116
49

141
97
45

138
99
39

127
79
48

141
102
39

133
97
16

155
100
56

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

60. Short-term liabilities to and claims on foreigners reported by nonbanking concerns
in the United States—Continued
B. Claims on foreigners—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 77

19 76

Type, and area or country

19'/8

Sept.
1 Total
2
3
4
5

By type
Payable in dollars. . .
....
Payable in foreign currencies . . . .
Deposits with banks abroad in reporter's name
Other

By area or country
6 Foreign countries
7
Europe
*
8
Austria
9
Belgium-Luxembourg
10
Denmark
11
Finland
12
France
13
Germany
14
Greece
15
Italy
16
Netherlands
17
Norway
18
Portugal
19
Spain
20
Sweden
21
Switzerland
22
Turkey
23
United Kingdom
24
Yugoslavia
25
Other Western Europe. . . .
26
U.S.S.R
27
Other Eastern Europe. . . .
28

Canada

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept,

Dec.

13 178

14 381

15,158

16,332

15,223

16,221

18,399

18,162

18,252

20,021

12 113
1 065

13 330
1 050

14 094
1 065

15 178
1 154

14 120
1 104

14 803
1 418

16,636
1,763

16,598
1,564

16,284
1,968

18 257
1,764

592
473

452
599

431
633

449
705

414
690

613
805

783
980

673
890

803
1,165

937
827

13,177
5 160
21
195
26
135
418
492
56
358
142
43
28
336
62
253
23
2,369
30
17
81
79

14 380
5 263
21
162
56
77
438
378
51
381
166
50
40
369
90
241
25
2,432
26
20
156
85

15,156
5 183
23
170
48
40
436
369
90
472
172
41
35
325
93
154
32
2,426
30
18
105
103

16,331
5 790
26
212
40
90
413
379
86
438
182
41
30
322
92
179
37
3,004
28
15
76
102

15,222
5,062
24
226
44
59
430
395
52
351
161
38
34
307
91
146
32
2,479
20
15
62
96

16,220
5,764
24
211
56
13
513
450
41
387
166
40
69
387
117
220
39
2,795
20
25
55
135

18,397
5,508
21
187
47
13
545
420
42
381
184
40
27
408
117
202
35
2,619
24
33
44
121

18,160
5,273
28
155
40
53
533
436
40
451
192
45
54
376
78
285
29
2,338
27
24
37
51

18,250
5,884
25
172
34
50
622
535
44
400
174
42
34
351
80
346
31
2,817
23
28
33
44

20,020
7,007
26
167
51
19
688
808
99
446
222
66
42
317
102
253
30
3,491
34
21
67
59

2,191

2,618

2,594

2,709

2,649

2,681

3,428

3,502

3,722

3,259

4,487
46
1,962
535
35
75
1
317
105
32
6
209
236
14
914

4,999
51
2,309
456
28
72
1
301
121
28
5
237
237
8
1,146

4,619
53
1,963
414
40
85

4,467
53
2,019
493
45
84

5,943
53
3,122
482
40
80

6,001
61
3,081
479
37
79

5,147
65
2,357
418
40
69

6,008
65
2,695
618
57
95

302
222
30
5
251
257
8
989

314
91
32
5
269
281
12
768

312
175
30
6
306
268
24
1,045

331
97
30
4
309
229
19
1,245

382
76
25
5
284
223
21
1,182

436
107
27
7
264
240
17
1,381

29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Latin America
Argentina
Bahamas
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
Mexico
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
...
Venezuela
Other Latin American republics.
Netherlands Antilles *
Other Latin America

2,840
39
949
417
26
66
1
352
83
35
22
212
182
9
447

3,693
44
1,475
682
34
59
1
332
76
42
5
188
276
9
468

44

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India . .
Indonesia
Israel
Japan .
Korea
Philippines.
Thailand
Other Asia . . .

2 401

2,276

2,317

2,317

2,398

2,777

2,970

2 810

2 904

3 136

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

5
134
88
53
179
48
1,010
142
93
23
625

3
197
96
55
179
41
912
117
86
22
567

7
130
107
35
204
51
969
130
86
27
571

7
131
93
51
183
70
927
158
90
22
587

12
139
73
42
184
46
1,026
153
111
24
587

9
157
98
38
375
38
1,068
171
99
23
702

22
144
85
85
185
47
1,379
133
94
32
764

21
173
92
93
152
43
1 142
168
96
30
800

23
157
127
85
167
85
1,157
161
107
29
804

23
269
142
80
144
64
1 239
177
110
37
850

56
57
58
59
60
61

Africa
Egypt
Morocco . . . .
South Africa
Zaire,
Other Africa

407
36
10
78
28
255

390
25
11
87
21
247

427
68
12
80
19
248

367
23
11
69
17
247

340
18
10
75
19
218

386
34
21
75
15
241

402
31
22
71
11
268

430
36
16
88
16
274

439
29
16
73
12
309

452
35
15
79
12
311

62
63
64

Other countries
Australia
All other

178
112
67

141
105
36

150
114
36

149
110
40

153
113
41

146
111
35

145
111
34

143
109
34

154
114
40

158
120
38

I

1

2

1

I

1

1

2

2

1

65 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations




243

61, Short-term claims on foreigners reported by large n embanking concerns in the United States l
Millions of dollars, end of period
1974

Type and country

Jan.

2
3
4
5
6
7

By type
Pa.ya.61c in dollars
Deposits
Short-term investments2
Payable in foreign currencies
Deposits
Short-term investments 2

By country
8 United Kingdom
9 Canada
10 Bahamas
1 1 Japan
12 All other

,

.

....

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

3,227

3,692

3,586

3,673

3,668

3,778

3,509

3,079

2 703

2 330
2 271
59
505
367
138

2 668
2 603
65
559
368
191

3 116
3 017
99
576
358
218

3 027
2 967
60
559
357
202

3 113
3 037
76
560
339
222

3 112
3 049
62
556
378
178

3 297
3 223
74
481
350
131

2 992
2 941
' 51
518
378
140

2 521
2 491
30
558
374
184

2 157
2 132
25
546
335
211

1,082
759
441
302
251

. .

Man

2,835

1 Total

Feb.

1,221
854
560
310
282

1 366
1,029
712
310
275

1 487
924
585
299
291

1 441
975
739
293
225

1 418
924
799
291
236

1 441
826
923
314
274

1 437
866
620
331
255

1 194
860
408
411
206

1 122
829
291
309
152

1974

1975

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

1 Total

3,000

3,357

3,351

3,445

3,353

3,484

3,310

3,256

3,336

3 567

2 Payable in dollars
3 Deposits
4 ShorMerm investments 2
5 Payable in foreign currencies. . . .
6
Deposits
7 Short-term investments 2

2,395
2,380
15
605
335
270

2,660
2 591
69
697
429
268

2,613
2 551
62
738
377
361

2,611
2 546
65
834
425
409

2,562
2 479
83
791
407
384

2,565
2 500
65
919
373
545

2 331
2 265
66
979
453
526

2 455
2 397
2 209
2 183
214
246
859
881
479
427 !
432
402

2 535
2 296
239
1 032
512
520

1,285
934
263
328
190

1,350
967
391
398
251

1,148
1 159
422
330
292

1,091
1 166
492
407
289

1,082
1 155
453
396
267

1 089
1 301
487
338
269

931
1 266
514
310
289

997
1 148
488
333
290

924
1 122
577
409
102

1 053
1 324
473
390
127

8
9
10
11
12

By country
United Kingdom
Canada
Bahamas
Japan
All other

. .

...

1975

1976

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

3,705

3,559

3,958

3,799

4,242

4,439

4,445

4, $80

5,208

4,960

2,731
2,465
266
974
478
496

2,881
2 530
351
678
429
249

3 214
2 746
468
745
461
284

3,042
2 710
332
757
511
246

3,482
3 107
375
761
472
289

3 659
3 282
377
780
445
335

3 760
3 367
393
685
432
253

4 247
3 H35
412
732
465
267

4 482
4 056
426
725
491
234

4 273
3 928
345
685
487
198

1 145
1*264
543
412
341

1,228
1 170
480
349
332

1 337
1 389
551
349
332

1 306
1 156
'546
345
446

1 503
1 339
624
322
454

1 506
1 372
853
289
419

1 691
1 351
757
274
372

2 062
1 387
874
237
420

1 915
1 528
1 036
247
482

1 913
1 287
1 034
192
534

Sept,
•s

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

. .

By type
Payable in dollars
Deposits
..
. .
Short-term investments 2 . . . . ,
Payable in foreign currencies . . . .
Deposits ,
Short-term investments 2 . . . .

...

By country
8 United Kingdom
9 Canada
10 Bahamas .
1 1 Japan
12 Allother

19 76

19 77

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

1 Total

5,205

5,163

4,765

5,012

5,197

5,720

5,693

5,937

6,684

6,661

2 Payable in dollars
,
3 Deposits
4 Short-term investments 2
5 Payable in foreign currencies . . . .
6
Deposits
7 Short-term investments 2

4,507
4 147
*360
698
506
192

4,483
4,064
419
681
468
213

4,018
3 648
370
747
537
210

4 t 302
3 911
391
710
478
232

4,574
4,187
387
624
408
216

4,984
4 505
479
735
404
331

4,881
4 409
472
811
414
397

5,171
4 , 704
467
766
396
370

5,950
5 384
566
734
375
359

5,875
5,166
709
786
426
360

2 063
1,401
941
141
659

2 079
1,403
838
139
704

1 713
1,340
833
148
731

1 653
1,439
1,096
119
705

1,695
1,554
I t 155
138
655

1 838
1,698
1,355
113
716

1 843
1,487
1,440
131
792

1,829
1,511
1,591
16S
841

1,849
1,686
1,875
147
1,127

1,674
1,795
1,812
155
1,225

By country
8 United Kingdom
9 Canada . . . .
10 Bahamas
1 1 Japan
12 All other

244



. ...

61. Short-term claims on foreigners reported by large nonbanking concerns in the United States *—
Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 77

Type and country

19 78

May

2
3
4
5
6
7

By country
8 United Kingdom.
9 Canada
10 Bahamas
1 1 Japan
12 All other

....

,.

,

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

7,892

7,720

8,026

7,189

7,958

7,809

7,137

7,928

8,620

6,887
6,294
593
741
362
379

7,077
6,516
561
814
391
423

6 913
6,397
515
807
398
409

7,247
6,647
600
779
396
383

6 420
5,916
504
767
360
407

7,181
6,617
564
777
359
418

6 818
6,326
492
991
489
502

6 121
5 703
418
1 015
547
468

6 856
6 348
508
1 072
538
534

7 497
6 959
538
1 123
617
506

1,895
1,766
2,482
155
1,331

By type
Payable in dollars
Deposits
Short-term investments 2
Payable in foreign currencies
Deposits
Short-term investments 2

July

7,629

1 Total

June

2,312
1,798
2 193
177
1 412

2 191
1,876
2 254
147
1 252

2,261
2,057
2 316
*137
1 255

1 828
1 775
1 873
146
1 567

1,972
2,090
2 437
152
1 307

2 157
1 990
2 129
225
1 308

2 120
1 777
1 896
153
1 191

1 867
2 255
2 431
205
1 170

2,040
2,353
2 708
267
1 252

Dec,

19 78

Mar.
1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

By country
8 United Kingdom
9 Canada
10 Bahamas.
..
1 1 Japan
12 All other

...

.

....

...

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

9,399

9,637

8,812

8,957

10,107

8,644

10,533

11,288

9,604

7,928
7,293
635
1,293
723
570

8,113
7,359
754
1,286
715
571

8 457
7,807
650
1,177
576
601

7,670
7,129
541
1,142
599
543

7 643
7,172
471
1,314
698
616

8,820
8,284
536
1,288
668
620

7 4106,986
424
1,234
738
496

9 262
8,710
552
1 271
797
474

9 979
9 342
637
1 309
839
470

8 301
7,786
515
1,302
873
429

I 907
2,535
3,004
416
1,359

.

May

9,221

.

By type
Payable in dollars .
..
Deposits
Short-term investments 2
Payable in foreign currencies t
Deposits
Short-term investments 2

Apr.

1 825
2,840
3,059
312
1,363

1 644
2 891
3,617
246
1,239

1 660
2,559
2,946
258
1,389

1 878
2,537
3,217
279
1,046

1,869
3,013
3,543
276
1,406

2 245
2,452
2,247
253
1,447

2 981
2 858
2,819
226
1,649

3 168
2 851
3,038
249
1,982

2 754
2 151
2,519
246
1,934

62. Long-term liabilities to and claims on foreigners reported by nonbanking concerns
in the United States

A. Liabilities to foreigners
Millions of dollars, end of period

June

Mar.

,

...

...

....

7 Canada
8 Latin America
9 Bahamas
10 Brazil
11 Chile
12 Mexico

15 Africa
16 All other i




Dec.

Sept.

Mar.

1976

Sept.

June

Mar.

Dec.

June

3,836

1 Total
2 Europe . ,
3 Germany
4 Netherlands . . . .
5 Switzerland , .
6 United Kingdom

13 Asia
...
14 Japan

19 75

19 74

Area and country

....
...
,

.

...

3,536

3,371

3,877

4,156

4,251

4,176

4,327

4,141

4,024

2,783
403
213
576
1,158

2,750
401
197
559
1,157

2,644
384
194
537
1,114

3,032
474
218
590
1,236

3,185
514
230
570
1,352

3,268
510
221
593
1,432

3,192
466
210
541
1,493

3,309
506
214
522
1,631

3,157
446
233
484
1,599

3,036
425
233
467
1,516

102
360
327
3
1
3

95
289
259
3
1
4

89
237
201
3
1
4

100
216
177
3
1
3

102
310
272
3
1
3

99
322
277
3
1
3

134
286
242
3
1
3

155
299
238
4
1
3

144
277
211
5
1
6

166
267
184
5
1
6

542
523

346
331

341
327

460
367

481
387

488
393

495
401

496
397

495
394

489
388

8

6

6

6

6

2

2

2

2

2

42

51

54

65

72

72

66

66

65

64

245

62. Long-term liabilities to and claims on foreigners reported by nonbanking concerns
in the United States—Continued
A. Liabilities to foreigners—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1976

Area and country

19 77

Dec.

Sept.

Mar.

June

19 78

Dec.

Sept.

Mar.

June

Dec.

Sept.

1 Total

3,808

3,522

3,433

3,276

3,331

3,175

3,149

3,077

3,102

2,985

2 Europe
,
3 Germany
4 Netherlands . .
5 Switzerland
6 United Kingdom

2,858
406
290
327
1,470

2,663
387
277
260
1,371

2,567
381
272
178
1,309

2,422
361
262
177
1,199

2,555
407
272
224
1,237

2,425
255
287
241
1,222

2,498
295
292
241
1,228

2,422
282
266
236
',214

2,460
290
275
246
1,242

2,347
265
258
162
I 174

111
274
157
5
1
7

87
290
160
5
1
18

80
292
161
5
1
23

79
297
160
7
1
26

289
151
7
1
30

':7

62
284
148
7
1
30

58
248
142
6
1
27

56
248
141
7
1
26

60
230
138
i»
1
26

60
226
143
6
1
23

498
402

423
397

432
413

408
386

358
319

342
305

284
250

290
255

289
254

292
261

2
64

2
58

2
59

3
67

3
59

2
60

2
60

2
60

61

7 Canada
8 Latin America
9 Bahamas
1 0 Brazil
.
11 Chile
12 Mexico
13 Asia
14 Japan

...

,
. . .

...

15 Africa
16 AU other 1

,

•a

f57

B. Claims on foreigners
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 75

19 74

Area and country

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

June

Mar.

19 76

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

1 Total

4,194

4,191

4,324

4,!i44

4,523

4,451

4,583

4,919

2 Europe. . .
3 Germany
. . . .
4 Netherlands
5 Switzerland .
6 United Kingdom. . .

1,106
9
343
26
369

1,062
8
329
39
363

1,075
23
337
45
370

1,007
23
280
44
364

996
24
290
60
340

966
27
277
61
299

1,014
19
273
63
366

960
37
217
59
329

926
35
211
56
307

926
35
211
56
307

1,203
1,091
100
194
250
81

1,219
1,085
29
184
249
138

1,250
1,129
28
181
278
145

1,283
1,391
19
187
435
153

1,327
1,366
8
182
392
169

1,322
1,331
8
182
336
161

1,342
1,339
7
178
313
228

1,421
1 ,640
8
172
315
216

1,468
1,776
7
183
312
209

1,511
1,609
37
165
306
187

611
123

639
123

691
119

681
112

641
102

618
98

667
95

669
90

685
91

712
85

122
61

126
61

122
59

127
54

139
54

146
68

154
67

168
61

214
61

163
59

7 Canada
8 Latin America
9 Bahamas
10 Brazil
11 Chile
12 Mexico

..

13 Asia
14 Japan . ,

......

,

15 Africa. 1
16 All other

Sept,

Dec.

Mar.

4,979

19 78

19 77

1976

5,111

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

5,004

4,970

4,965

4,917

4,719

5,077

5,143

5,067

5,008

5,139

898
73
211
54
243

884
72
156
57
271

902
84
154
53
259

904
79
147
43
283

833
79
81
42
282

864
74
82
49
310

937
75
81
48
332

943
71
76
55
363

927
76
74
58
341

1,081
73
71
52
497

1,507
1,637
37
172
244
219

1,530
1,521
36
133
248
195

1,475
1 489
34
125
210
180

1,486
1,452
34
125
208
178

1,776
1.4C2
40
144
203
177

1,792
1,387
42
154
194
183

1,811
1,298
2
143
190
188

1,781
1,283
144
176
217

1,833
1,233
2
158
139
212

13 Asia
14 Japan

739
80

789
77

833
96

851
111

829
94

817
66

810
83

803
7S

812
70

762
66

15 Africa
16 AU other1

165
58

187
58

199
67

158
67

165
63

161
59 !

156
60

154

149
56

170
59

1 Total .

.

.

2 Europe
3 Germany
..
4 Netherlands
5 Switzerland
6 United Kingdom
7 Canada
8 Latin America
9 Bahamas
10 Brazil
11 Chile
12 Mexico

246



.

.

.
.

!

1,462
1,367
36
134
201
187 j

59

63. Discount rates of foreign central banks 1
Percent per annum

End of
month

Argentina

1974—J a n . . . . 18.0
'
Feb....
Mar
Apr. .
May. .
June . . .
July....
Aug .
Sept . .
Oct.
Nov..
Dec.
1975— Jan
Feb . . .
Mar. .
Apr.
May..
June. . .
July....
Aug
Sept . . .
Oct....
Nov . . .
Dec . . . .
1976—J a n . . . .
Feb....
Mar.. .
Apr....
May...
June . . .
July....
Aug
Sept . . ,
Oct....
Nov . . .
Dec....
1977—Jan
Feb....
Mar . . .
Apr....
May . . .
June . . .
July....
Aug
Sept...
Oct....
Nov . . .
Dec....
1978—Jan
Feb. . . .
Mar. . .
Apr....
May . . .
June . . .
July....
Aug
Sept . . .
Oct....
Nov...
Dec. . . . 18.0




Austria

5.5
t

I
5.5

Belgium

.,

B

7.75 18.0
8.75
1

T

6.5

8.75
6.5
6.0

8.25
8.25
7.50
7.0
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.0

Canada

DenGermark France many

7. 25 10.0
j
7 25
8.25
8 75
8 75
9.25
9.25
9.25
9.25
8 75
8^75 10 0
8.2s 9.0
9.0
9.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
8 25 7.5
9.0

11.0

T
1

7.0

t
I
1
50
I'n

6

J-

J

-° 18.0
7-0 22.0
7.0 22.0
7
-° 28,0
7.0
t
8.0
9.0
9.0
9.0
9.0
9,0

9 5
9.0
8.5

8.0
7.0
7.0
7.0

40
5.5

6-5
6.0

T

i
6.0
9.0
7.5
6.5
5.5

5

s i

4.5

r

4.5

5.5

6.0
t

1
6;0

9~0
9'.5

13 0

7 0
6.5
6.5
6.0

12.0
11.0
11.0
10.0
10.0
9.5
9.5
9.5
8.0

6.0
5.5
5.0
5.0
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.0
3.5

8.5
8.0
8.0
8.0
7,5

8 0
9.5
9.5
10.5

8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
7.0
7.0
7.0
7.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0

Swe-

8 0

4.5
4.5
5.5

5.0
|
STO
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
7.0

15 0
13.0
13.0
H:5

9.0
8.0

9.5

3.0

11.5
10.5
t
i
10.5

5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

5 5
5.0

L
5.0
6.0

den

\wit- United VeneKing- zuela
dom
.land
5.5

12.75
12.5
12.5
12.0
11.75
11.75
11.75
11.75
11.5
11.25
11.25
11.25

5.5
5,0
5.0
5.0
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
3.0
3.0

11.0
10.5
10. 0
9.75
10.0
10.0
11.0
11.0
11.0
12.0
11.5
11.25

7 0
6.0
60
6 !0
6.0
6,0
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
8.0
8.0
8.0

2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.0

10.0
9.25
9.0
10.5
11.5
11.5
11.5
11.5
13.0
15.0
14.75
14.25

8.0
7.5

5,0
5 0
5 0
4 5
3 5

6.5
6.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
4.25

3".5

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
5
5
5
5

4
4
4
4
4
5
5
7
7
7
6
6

2.0
1.5
t

3 5
4 5
*

i
1.5
6^0
7.0

4 "25
3,5

8.0

Norwa
y

7
7
6
6
6
6
6
5
4
4
4
4

9.0
8.5
8.5
8.0
8.0
7.5
7.5
6.5
i

3.5
3
i°
7 5
8.0
8.5
8.5
8.5
9.0
9.0
9.5
30.0 10.25
33.0 10.75
33.0 10.75

Netherlands

8 0
7 0
7 o
7 0

12.0
15.0

10.5
9.5

28 0
30.0

4.5
1

9 0
8.0

10.0
10.0
9.0

1

9.0

6.0
8.0
12.0

7.5
8.5

8.5
11.0
10.0
10.0

6.5
6.5
9.0

Japan Mexico

11.0
13.0

6 0
50

Italy

L
4.5

4 .5
4 .0
4 .0
4 .0
4 .5
4 .5
5 .5
6 .5
6 .5
6 .5

7.0

75
7.5
7.0
7.0
7.0
6.5

6.5

1.5
1,0

12.25
12.0
9,5
8.25
8.0
8.0
8.0
7.0
6.0
5.0
7.0
7.0
6.5
6.5
6.5
7.5
9.0
10.0

t
1
10.0

1.0

5.0

12.5
12.5

5 0
7.5

7.5

247

64. Foreign short-term interest rates

1

Percent per annum, averages of daily figures

1974

Type or country

1975

1976

1977

19 74

1978
Jan.

11.01
13.34
10.47

1 Eurodollars
2 United Kingdom
3 Canada
4
5
6
7

Germany
Switzerland
Netherlands
France

...

...

8 Italy
9 Belgium
10 Japan

9.80

is. is

7.02
10.63
8.00
4.87
3 OM
5.17
7.91
10.37
6.63
11.64

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

5.58
11.35
9.39

6.03
8.07
7.47

8.74
9.18
8.52

9.38
15.63
9.16

8.51
15.23
8.48

9.13
15.43
8.56

10.48
13 96
10.20

11.70
13 19
11,39

12.04
12 68
11.05

4.19
1 45
7 02
8 65

4.30
2 56
4 73
9.20

3.67
0 74
6 53
8.10

12.06

10.79

10.98

10.00

8.83

9 28

16.32
10.25
7.70

14 26
6.95
6.22

11 40
7.14
4.75

ii.38

12.75

12.75

19 74

....
::::.:.: . . 12.75 .
12.75

13.25

1975

July

4
5
6
7

Germany
Switzerland
Netherlands
France

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

13.57
12.75
11.67

12.42
11.90
11.55

10.95
11.61
10.96

10.08
11.85
10.35

10.28
12.87
10.40

8.53
11.76
8.10

7.27
11.26
6.92

68.5
10.45
6.69

7.04
9.53
6.98

6.27
10.11
7.46

9.19
.

Sept.

13.52
13.33
11.49

1 Eurodollars
2 United Kingdom
3 Canada

Aug.

9.48

9.43

9.62

8.89

8.55

7.57

6.32

5.61

4.79

4,94

8.02
11.14

7.88
9.89

7.15
9,05

5.89
8.38

4.12
7,71

15.13
10 37
13.75

12.97
9 21
13.75

12.06
7 78
13.66

11.26
7 10
12.75

10.26
6 68
12.25

Mar.

Apr.

. . . .

8 Italy
9 Belgium
10 Japan

13.38

13.75

13.25

13.66

13.75

13,75

1975
June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

6.10
9.73
7.23

7.15
9.86
7.55

7.22
10.58
8.40

7.40
10.44
8.95

7.15
11.47
8.94

6.76
11.37
9.17

6.47
11.05
9.51

5.49
10.12
9.27

4 Germany

4.76

4.60

6 Netherlands
7 France

3.34
7.22

3.70
7.40

3.85
2.31
3.57
7.11

3.88
2.67
3.53
7.06

4.00
3.09
4.92
6.92

4.07
3.14
5.26
6.97

4.18
3 28
5.47
6.70

9,53
5.97
11.89

9.85
6.14
11.75

10.24
5.97
11.54

8.96
5.51
10.30

8.18
5.91
9.99

7.66
6.22
9.25

7.75
6.26
8.98

8 Italy
9 Belgium
10 Japan

.
.
,

May

19 76

3 Canada . . . „

1 Eurodollars

Apr.

Feb.
5.50 i
9.00
9.06

5.57
8.63
9.81

5.39
9.14
9.83

3,91
1 46
5.06
6.33

3.74
1 24
3.26
7.41

3.67
1 53
2.88
7.77

3.57
1 16
3.16
7.67

7.91
6.20
8.25

10.17
7.20
7.78

15.66
8.24
7.75

17.32
10.65
7.25

197(5

1977

May

1 Eurodollars
2 United Kingdom
3 Canada

. ..
....

4 Germany .
5 Switzerland

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

5 97
10 30
9 65

5 79
11 19
9 48

5 68
11 07
9 54

5 53
12 11
9 40

5 46
14 57
9 34

5 2914 75
9 08

5 01
14 27
8 51

5 14
13 53
8 24

4
1
12
9

4
1
12
9

57
40
67
53

4 76
1 80
10 23
10 39

4
2
8
10

4
1
6
10

4
1
6
10

70
24
18
02

5 08
11 56
7 78
4 54
1 68
6 04
9 81

5 13
10 31
7 63

68
29
88
76

6 22
1113
9 58
4 04
1 11
6 44
7 93

18 19
9 98
4 25

20 18
9 08
7 55

18 55
9 10
7 75

16 83
13 90
7 50

18 61
13 94
7 55

17 26
12 48
8 00

15 68
8 49
7 50

15 86
7 59
7 50

16 57
7 07
7 20

3
1
3
7

7 France
8 Italy
9 Belgium
10 Japan

....
.,

June

,

4
1
8
8

36
09
38
49

51
17
92
58

17 43
11 55
7 75

61
12
22
41

82
92
48
53

17 03
10 73
7 98

1 Eurodollars
2 United Kingdom
3 Canada . . ,
4
5
6
7

Germany
Switzerland
Netherlands
France

8 rtaly . .
9 Belgium
10 Japan


248


May

June

5
8
7
4
2
4
9

5
7
7
4
3
3
9

5
7
7
4
3
2
9

16
59
58
57
61
89
33

16 26
7 01
6 46

80
63
44
43
98
03
13

15 49
6 94
5 75

78
81
16
24
80
84
01

14 65
6 88
6 05

July
5 80
7 77
7 27
4
3
3
8

20
01
05
67

14 09
6 85
6 25

Aug.
6 30
6 91
7 44
4
2
3
8
1'}
6
<i

04
41
48
51
94
20
24

70
88
73
87

1978

1,977

Apr,

4
2
5
9

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

6 56
6 03
7 31

7 14
5 05
7 23

7 09
5 32
7 34

7 12
6 76
7 20

7 12
6 23
7 08

4
2
4
8

4
2
4
8

4
2
5
9

3
2
6
9

3
0
5
9

07
37
39
38

12 42
6 20
5 32

09
23
55
41

12 05
6 25
5 25

09
32
94
28

11 74
6 38
5 37

94
20
65
88

11 38
7 75
5 75

52
92
01
25

10 99
8 29
5 33

Feb.
7 28
6 82
7 14
3
0
5
10

44
50
28
45

11 75
6 75
5 25

64. Foreign short-term interest rates ]—Continued
Percent per annum, averages of daily figures
19 78

Type or country

Mar.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

NOV.

Dec,
11 62
12 28
10 44

7.27
6.72
7.44

Germany
Switzerland
Netherlands
France

.

...

8 Italy
9 Belgium
10 Japan

7.38
7.47
8.14

7.82
9.17
8.01

8.33
10.02
8.12

8.52
10.13
8.23

8.48
9.42
8.77

9,06
9.27
9.05

10.12
10.44
9.68

11.51
12.00
10.37

3.49
0.46
5.35
9.86

3.54
0.40
4.62
8.35

3.60
1.18
4 48
8.21

3.61
1.38
4 60
7.94

3.72
1.74
5.61
7.61

3.64
0.67
6.27
7.39

3.67
0.53
6 61
7,39

3.90
0.24
11 23
7 37

3.81
0.20
8 86
7.06

n.75

1 Eurodollars
2 United Kingdom
3 Canada
4
5
6
7

Apr.

11.75
5.55
4.50

11 80
3 71
4.50

11.75
5.61
4.75

11.75
5.84
4.75

11 75
7.09
4.64

10 94
7 23
4 51

10 99
8 55
4,44

11 17
9 19
4 78

11 24
9 28
4 76

6.41
4.86

65. Index of weighted-average value of U.S. dollar

4
0
10
6

09
22
25
59

1

March 1973 = 100
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr,

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1974.
1975

107.07
96.34

104 43
94.77

101 56
93.93

99.81
95.39

98 42
94.80

100.01
94.79

100.17
98.73

102.04
101.57

102 91
103.03

101 60
102.53

100 29
102 , 57

98 59
103 51

1976.
1977
1978

103.35
105.24
96.72

103 49
105 42
96 18

105.12
105.19
94.80

106.12
104.69
94.56

106 48
104 49
96.31

107.05
104.35
94.73

106.83
102.54
92,43

106 . 39 105 70
103.23 103.76
89.51
89.98

105.77
102.14
86.03

105 88
100.73
88.85

105 32
98 36
88.52

Year




249

66. Foreign exchange rates

1

Cents per unit of foreign currency

Period

Australia Austria Belgium
(dollar) (schilling) (franc)

Canada
(dollar)

Denmark Finland
(krone) (rnarkla)

France
(franc)

Germany
(deutsche
mark)

India
(rupee)

Ireland
(pound)

Italy
(lira)

Japan
(yen)

1974
1975
1976
1977
1978 .

143.89
130.77
122 15
110 82
114.41

5 3564
5.7467
5 5744
6 0494
6.8958

2.5713
2.7253
2 5921
2 7911
3.1809

102.257
98.297
101.41
94.112
87.729

16.442
17.437
16.546
16.658
18.156

26.565
27.285
25.938
24.913
24.337

20.805
23.354
20 . 942
20.344
22.218

38.723
40.729
39.737
43.079
49.867

12.460
11.926
11.148
11.406
12.207

234 03
222.16
ISO 48
174.49
191.84

15372
.15238
12044
11328
11782

34302
33705
33741
37342
47981

1974—January
February. . .
March
April
May
June .
July
August . . . .
September, .
October....
November, .
December . .

148.23
148.50
148.55
148.41
148.44
148 34
147.99
148.24
144.87
130.92
131.10
131.72

4.8318
5.0022
5.1605
5.3345
5.5655
5.5085
5.4973
5.3909
5 . 2975
5.4068
5.5511
5,7176

2.3329
2.4358
2.5040
2.5686
2.6559
2 . 6366
2.6378
2.5815
2.5364
2.5939
2.6529
2.7158

100.859
102.398
102.877
103.356
103.916
103.481
102.424
102.053
101.384
101.727
101.280
101.192

14.981
15.570
16.031
16.496
17.012
16.754
16.858
16.547
16. HI
16.592
16.997
17.315

25.138
25.568
26.143
26.744
27.185
27.184
27.111
26.718
26.270
26.324
26.793
27.521

19.905
20.187
20.742
20.541
20.540
20.408
20.984
20.912
20.831
21.131
21.384
22.109

35.529
36.844
38.211
39 . 594
40.635
39.603
39.174
38.197
37.580
38.571
39.836
40.816

11.854
12.131
12.415
12.711
12.841 j
12.735
12.759
12.525
12.316
12.416
12.397
12.352

222 .40
227.49
334.06
238.86
241.37
239.02
238.96
234.56
231.65
233.30
232.50
232.94

.15433
.15275
.15687
.15720
.15808
15379
.15522
.15269
.15103
. 14992
. 14996
.15179

.33559
.34367
.35454
.36001
35847
35340
34372
.33082
.33439
.33404
.33325
.33288

1975 — January
February. . .
March
April
May
June
July . . .
August . . . .
September, .
October
November. .
December . .

132.95
134.80
135.85
134.16
134.04
133.55
130 95
128.15
128.87
126.26
126.26
125.38

5.9477
6.0400
6.0648
5.9355
6.0033
6.0338
5 7223
5.4991
5.4029
5.4586
5.4535
5.3986

2.8190
2.8753
2.9083
2.8433
2.8631
2.8603
2 7123
2.6129
2.5485
2.5662
2.5618
2.5311

100.526
99.957
99.954
98.913
97.222
97.426
97.004
96.581
97.437
97.557
98.631
98.627

17,816
18.064
18.397
18.119
18.299
18.392
17.477
16.783
16.445
16.601
16.564
16.253

28.262
28.633
28.549
28.079
28.183
28.333
27.278
26.448
25.967
25.865
25.918
25.892

22.893
23.390
23.804
23 . 806
24.655
24.971
23 . 659
22.848
22.367
22.694
22 . 684
22.428

42.292
42.981
43 . 120
42.092
42.546
42.726
40 469
38.857
38.191
38.737
38,619
38.144

12.300
12.550
12.900
12.686
12.391
12.210
11 777
11.379
11.281
11,244
11.238
11.134

236.33
239 . 58
241.80
237.07
232.05
228.03
218 45
211.43
208.34
205 . 68
204.84
202.21

.15504
.15678
.15842
.15767
.15937
.159S2
15387
.14963
. 14740
. 14745
.14721
. 14645

.33370
.34294
.34731
.34224
.34314
34077
33741
, 33560
.33345
.33076
.33053
.32715

1976— January
February. . .
March
April
May
June . . . . . . .
July . .
August . . . .
September..
October ....
November. .
December. .

125.65
125.85
124.79
123.72
123.37
122.75
123 59
124.18
124,25
123.40
120.66
105.29

5.4300
5.4628
5.4383
5.4964
5.4535
5.4136
5 4500
5.5645
5 . 6567
5.7960
5.8332
5.9061

2.5443
2.5554
2 . 5480
2.5667
2.5517
2.5220
2 5182
2.5632
2.6046
2.6822
2 . 7047
2.7483

99.359
100.652
101.431
101.668
102.021
102.712
102 857
101.486
102.557
102.805
101,462
98.204

16.231
16.278
16.273
16.553
16.487
16.314
16 225
16.448
16.694
16.968
16.934
17.145

26.050
26.119
26.010
26.003
25.838
25.648
25 750
25.754
25.781
25.938
26.073
26,315

22.339
22.351
21.657
21.411
21.272
21.109
20 651
20.131
20.334
20,072
20,042
20.055

38.425
39.034
39.064
39.402
39.035
38.797
38 842
39.538
40.169
41.165
41.443
41.965

11.178
11.186
11.157
11.123
11.080
10.980
11 205
11.143
11.036
11.243
11.155
11.296

202.86
202.62
194.28
184.63
180.79
176.40
178 50
178.28
172.72
163.77
163.81
167.84

.14245
.13021
.12113
.11371
.11676
.11780
11943
.11936
.11837
.11683
.11554
.11521

.32826
.33157
.33276
.33433
.33444
.33424
33940
.34410
. 34799
. 34344
.33879
.33933

1977—January
February. . .
March
April
May
June.
July
August
September. .
October
November. ,
December. .

108.53
109.04
109.94
110 53
110.31
110 80
112.20
110.47
110.37
111.90
112.70
113.36

5.8852
5.8453
5.8822
5 9252
5.9533
5 9647
6 1691
6.0792
6.0377
6.1567
6.2551
6.4734

2.7249
2. 7114
2.7258
2 7508
2 . 7699
2 7713
2 8208
2.8107
2.7910
2.8229
2.8396
2.9608

98.98*
97.295
95.125
95 103
95.364
94 549
94 230
93.027
93.168
91.010
90.145
91.132

16.967
16.891
17.038
16 710
16.638
16 544
16.769
16.590
16.188
16.359
16.327
16,833

26.313
26.169
26.296
24 899
24.530
24 524
24 . 902
24.801
23.977
24.139
23.986
24.299

20.108
20.083
20.075
20 133
20.190
20 240
20 607
20.415
20.314
20.574
20.614
20.844

41.792
41.581
41.812
42 119
42 . 394
42 453
43 827
43 . 168
43.034
43.904
44.633
46.499

11.231
11.285
11.313
11 310
11.320
11 286
11 342
11.465 <
11.450
11. 60S
11.576
11.712

171.24
171.03
171.74
171 90
171.85
171 91
172 26
173.97
174.31
177.11
181.78
185.46

.11372
.11327
.11276
11264
.11279
11295
11330
.11332
.11318
.11353
.11388
.11416

.34359
.35087
.35687
36339
. 36046
36652
37756
.37499
.37486
.39263
.40872
.41491

1978—January
February . .
March
April
May
June
July
August. . . .
September .
October
November .
December . .

113.82
113.56
113.83
113 97
112 76
113.83
114 94
115.41
115.29
116.87
114.53
114.15

6.5698
6.6893
6.8221
6 8081
6 6031
6.6718
6 7547
6.9490
7.0102
7.4526
7.1808
7.2621

3.0425
3.0930
3.1589
3 1419
3 0463
3.0590
3 0864
3.1834
3.2207
3.4503
3.3389
3.3637

90.810
89.850
88.823
87 592
89 397
89.143
88 921
87,690
85 . 739
84.546
85.244
84.763

17.324
17.610
17.839
17 807
17 535
17.723
17.846
18.171
18.411
19 , 584
19.025
19.063

24.816
24.527
24.013
23 900
23 430
23.390
23 809
24.381
24.586
25.454
24.931
24.954

21.196
20.628
21.256
21 803
21 513
21.841
22 531
22.998
22.909
23.767
22.958
23.178

47.220
48.142
49.181
48 964
47 497
47.984
48 647
50.084
50.778
54.430
52.507
53.217

12.195
12.330
12-. 1 84
11 815
11 652
11.900
12 245
12.482
12.445
12.643
12.457
12.174

193.527
193.963
190.547
184 968
181 810
183.724
189 489
194.060
195.953
200.754
196.075
198,611

.11469
.11619
.11692
11644
11488
.11634
11804
.11952
. 12050
.12317
.11857
.11863

.41481
.41603
.43148
45083
44215
.46744
50101
.53002
.52656
. 54478
. 52066
.51038

250



66. Foreign exchange rates l -Continued
Cents per unit of foreign currency
Malaysia
(ringgit)

Mexico
(peso)

Netherlands
(guilder)

1974
1975
1976
1977
1978

41 682
41 753
39 . 340
40.620
43 210

8 0000
8.0000
6.9161
4.4239
4.3896

37.267
39.632
37 . 846
40.752
46.284

1974 —January
February, . .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . . .
September. .
October
November. .
December . .

40.094
40.489
41.152
41.959
42.155
41.586
41.471
42.780
41 .443
41.560
43.075
43.431

8,0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000

1975 —January
February. . .
March
April
May
June
July
August. . . .
September. .
October
November. .
December. .

43.359
44.136
44.582
43.797
44.278
43.856
41 442
39 . 779
38.219
38.931
38.929
38.670

1976— January... .
February. . .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . . .
September. .
October....
November. .
December. .

New
Zealand
(dollar)

Spain Sri Lanka Sweden
(peseta)
(krone)
(rupee)

Norway
(krone)

Portugal
(escudo)

150.02
121.16
99.115
96.893
103.64

18.119
19.180
18.327
18.789
19.079

3.9506
3.9286
3.3159
2.6234
2.2782

146.98
136.47
114.85
114.99
115.01

1 7337
1.7424
1.4958
1.3287
1 . 3073

14 978
14.385
11.908
11.964
6.3834

34.009
35.349
36.354
37.416
38 . 509
37.757
39.043
37.419
36.870
37.669
38.438
39.331

139.08
140.31
143.40
145.12
146.07
145.29
145.15
143.73
139.64
129.95
130.42
130.56

16.739
17.351
17.734
18.170
18.771
18.410
18.519
18.246
17.993
18.165
18.404
18.873

3.7195
3.8567
3.9519
4.0232
4.1036
4.0160
3 .9886
3.9277
3.8565
3.9246
3.9911
4.0400

148.66
148.76
148.88
147.85
148.78
148.86
149.73
146.83
142.69
142.75
143.88
144.70

1.7205
1.6933
1.6927
1.7080
1.7490
1.7450
1.7525
1.7466
1.7339
1.7422
1.7522
1.7716

8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
,8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000

40.715
41.582
42.124
41.291
41.581
41.502
39.154
37.887
37.229
37.658
37.638
37.234

131.72
133.30
134.31
132.66
131.66
130.86
127.73
111.79
105.50
104.74
104.75
103.77

19.579
17.977
20.357
30.049
20.198
20.393
19.241
18.304
17.834
18.089
18.116
17.988

4.0855
4.1139
4.1276
4.0596
4.0933
4.1124
2.9227
3.7700
3.7048
3.7359
3.7318
3.6836

145.05
147,16
148.70
147.01
146.69
146.31
139.75
139.72
131.40
114.84
114.69
114.75

38.696
38.998
39.047
39.032
39 079
39 . 148
39 589
40.077
39.753
39.575
39.513
39 . 550

8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
8.0000
5.0286
4.8535
4.0200
4.8626

37.429
37.529
37 . 149
37.215
36.811
36.524
36.643
37.393
38.390
39.265
39.678
40.240

104.06
104.25
102.42
100.19
99.335
98.092
99.049
99.657
98.869
96.484
95.392
92,179

17.992
18.098
18.022
18.201
18.184
18.020
17.899
18.150
18.427
18.812
19.954
19.193

3.6562
3.6394
3! 4987
3,3759
3.3195
3.2145
3 . 1809
3.1982
3.2062
3 . 1920
3 . 1742
3.1674

1977 — January. . . .
February. . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
September, .
October
November. .
December . .

39.718
40.010
40.152
40.305
40.255
40 270
40.443
40.606
40 . 600
41.088
41.910
42.201

4.8114
4.40844.3978
4.4076
4.3890
4.3582
4,3528
4.3629
4.3776
4.4069
4.4096
4.4059

39.953
39.813
40.079
40 . 464
40.701
40.326
40.983
40.831
40.604
41.048
41.366
42.955

94.839
95.191
95.689
96.129
96.002
96.264
97.160
96.826
96.812
98.152
99 . 392
100.588

18.946
18.904
19.035
18.909
18.956
18.915
19.023
18.863
18.226
18.232
18.328
19,056

1978 —January
February . .
March
April
May
June
July
August. . . .
September .
October....
November .
December..

42.230
42.374
42.428
42 057
41,642
41.964
42.447
43.433
43.603
45.627
45.415
45.524

4 . 3963
4.3972
4.3928
4 3945
4.3973
4.3840
4.3756
4.3758
4.3907
4.3904
4.3881
4.3950

44.084
44.880
45.994
45 . 865
44.407
44.716
45.076
46.202
46,733
50.017
48.512
49 . 120

Period




101.949
102.068
102.196
101.917
100.693
101.898
103.850
105.413
105.585
107 . 369
105.410
105.455

South
Africa
(rand)

Switzerland
(franc)

United
Kingdom
(pound)

22 563
24.141
22.957
22.383
22.139

33 688
38 743
40.013
41.714
56 283

234 03
222 16
180.48
174.49
191 84

14.423
14.373
15.636
15.157
15.266
15.425
15.443
15.348
14.815
14.891
14.949
14.900

20.781
21.373
21.915
22.730
23.388
22.885
22.861
22.597
22.333
22.683
23.175
23.897

29.727
31.494
32.490
33.044
34.288
33.449
33.739
33.509
33.371
34.528
36.384
38.442

222.40
227.49
234.06
238.86
241 . 37
239.02
238.96
234.56
231.65
233.29
232.52
232.94

1.7800
1.7784
1.7907
1.7756
1.7871
1.7922
1.7446
1.7140
1.6914
1.6883
1.6869
1.6765

14.900
15.239
15.400
15.400
15.400
15.171
14.205
13.736
13.441
13.328
13.291
13.075

24.750
25.149
25.481
25.171
25.422
25.532
24.213
23.174
22.501
22.769
22.788
22.684

39.571
40.450
40.273
39.080
39.851
40.086
38.272
37.332
36.905
37.555
37.683
37.970

236.23
239.58
241.80
237.07
232.05
228.03
218.45
211.43
208.35
205.68
204.84
202.21

114.80
114.79
114.83
114.84
114.85
114.94
114.83
114.84
114.77
114.85
114.88
114.95

1.6751
1.5523
1.4947
1.4863
1.4788
1.4724
1.4685
1.4651
1.4721
1.4675
1.4626
1.4634

12.956
12.957
12.735
12.234
11.905
11.534
11.469
11.504
11.516
11.453
11.479
11.246

22.831
22.861
22.702
22.709
22.653
22.475
22.379
22.660
22.998
23.511
23.699
24.051

38.418
38.912
38.980
39.531
40.205
40.484
40.242
40 . 302
30.431
40 .'876
40.958
40.823

202.86
202.62
194.28
184.63
180.79
176.40
178.50
178.28
172.72
163.77
163.81
167.84

3.1276
3.0717
2.5778
2.5752
2.5818
2.5802
2.5953
2.5678
2.4606
2.4601
2.4575
2.4755

114.94
115.00
115.00
114.93
115.00
114.88
114.98
115.00
115.00
115.04
115.04
115.04

1.4577
1.4475
1.4530
1.4535
1.4491
1.4404
1.2382
1.1803
1.1824
1 . 1902
.2060
.2237

11.421
11.442
12.820
13.676
13.700
13.664
13.700
13.720
12.300
11.618
8.772
6.200

23.734
23 . 543
23.726
23.004
22.962
22.625
22.991
22.472
20.602
20.846
20.848
21.044

40.127
39.669
39.209
39 . 582
39.694
40.170
41.487
41 . 523
42.115
43.909
45 . 507
48.168

171.24
171.03
171.74
171.90
171.85
171.91
172.26
173.97
174.31
177.11
181.78
185.46

2.4840
19.401
2.4805
19.025
18,775
2.4483
18 621
2.4075
18.360
2.2208
2.1857
18.500
"18.524
2.1939
2.2042
19.018
19.189
2.1948
2.2342
20.325
19.736 . 2.1510
2.1472
19 . 574

115.02
115.05
115.05
115.05
115.01
114.93
115.00
115.00
115.00
115.00
115.04
115.01

.2397
.2394
.2497
.2475
.2317
.2587
.2885
.3344
.3605
.4317
.4051
1.4085

6.217
6.403
6.500
6.495
6.295
6.286
6.325
6.393
6.386
6.376
6.470
6.470

21.413
21.554
21.693
21.731
21.491
21.690
22.012
22.522
22.591
23 . 348
22.855
22.808

50.353
52.422
52.693
52.511
50.892
53.046
55.443
60.013
63.765
65.117
59.766
59.703

193.53
193.96
190.55
184.97
181.81
183.72
189.49
194.06
195.95
200.75
196.08
198.61

251

Part 2 - Special Tables




67. Statement of condition of Federal Reserve Banks, December 31,1978
Millions of dollars, end of period

Item

All
Reserve
Banks Boston

NewYork

Phildelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

ASSETS
1 Gold certificate account . .
.
2 Special drawing rights certificate
account
3 Coin1
Loans
Secured by U.S. government
and agency obligations. . . .
5
Other

4

6
7

Acceptances
Bought outright
Held under repurchase
agreement

Federal agency obligations
8 Bought outright 2
9 Held under repurchase
agreement

231

425

509

1,300

55
22

28
11

48
38

57
17

152
31

59
8

32
30

8

20
15

46
47

215
38

1,259

322

190

324

410

1,047

11,671

760

3,206

598

921

974

1,300
274

67
17

330
21

69
15

112
33

116
23

51
32

215
14

717
455

30

80
231

68
10

31

24
24

104
50

395

657

647

357

1,763

466

587

587

7,896

518

367

1,921

133

133

U.S. government securities
10 Bought outright 2
1 1 Held under repurchase
agreement
.....

109,478

5,095 26,632

12 Total loans and securities

120 , 350

13 Cash items in process of collection. 15,084
394
14 Bank premises
Other assets
15 Denominated in foreign
1 , 606
currencies ' . . .
2,543
16 All other
17 Interdistrict Settlement Account. .
18 Total assets

5,483

9,111

8,965

4,952 17,460

4,470

2,627

4,486

5,683 14,514

1,084

1,084

5,956

9,799

9,660

5 463 18,786

4,854

2,827

4,845

6,186 15,814

566
106

1,360
10

631
55

808
23

2,432
80

1,879
22

1,630
16

583
13

802
29

1,292
19

1,066
12

2,035
9

50
104

416
624

69
168

136
162

87
183

120
190

246
337

50
105

48
56

68
83

91
126

225
405

+ 184

+68

5,492 30,668

-525

+854

-637

-438

-262

153,222

6,637 37,489

6,924 11,556 13,293
5 198

-740

-434

+385

+439 +1,106

6,216

3,598

7,203

8,503 21,077

4,540

1,854

4,321

4,964 12,133

4,091

888

866

1,485

2,481

7,103

183
6
8

255
9
18

162
12
34

594
29
64

7,790

7,535 23,191

9,249

3 682 17,190

LIABILITIES
103 325

5 308 26,335

20
21

31 223

666

6,884

1 081

4,196
368
1,256

222
6
23

1,033
217
815

208
9
21

388
17
36

248
11
53

229
15
57

428
31
107

246
6
20

24 Total deposits

37 043

917

8,949

1,319

2,239

2,093

2,400

4,657

1,160

1,063

1,767

2,689

8,579

270

920

234

446

1,680

1,184

758

380

560

945

643

559

2,119

76

725

85

136

107

260

70

53

78

81

291

7,373 22,865

6,150

3,530

7,111

163
163

33
33

34
34

46
46

19 Federal Reserve notes
Deposits
Member bank reserves
U.S. Treasury —General
account
22 Foreign
23 All other
25 Deferred-availability cash items . .
26 Other liabilities and accrued
dividends4
27 Total liabilities

151,066

6,571 36,929

8 551
1 798

1,781

157

6,836 11,372 13,179

2 099

8,377 20,773

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
28 Capital paid in
29 Surplus
30 Other capital accounts
31 Total liabilities and capital
accounts

1,078
1 078

33
33

280
280

44
44

92
92

57
57

81
81

63
63

152
152

153,222

6,637 37,489

6,924 11,556 13,293

7,535 23,191

6,216

3,598

7,203

8,503 21,077

Federal Reserve notes
Issued to Federal Reserve Bank
by Federal Reserve Agent
and outstanding
112,836
33 Less held by issuing Bank, and
forwarded for redemption. 9,511

6,068 28,269

6,165

4,736 17,722

4,891

2,313

4,780

5,683 13,207

FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE STATEMENT
32

34 FederalReservenotes.net

35
36
37
38

Collateral held by Federal Reserve Agent for notes issued
to Bank
Gold certificate account . .
Special drawing rights certifificate account
Eligible paper
. .
U.S. government and agency
securities

39 Total collateral




103,325

760

1,934

967

5,308 26,335

5,198

9,077
526

8,551

9,925
676

9,249

532

351

459

3,682 17,190

4,540

1,854

1,054

459

4,321

719

1,074

4,964 12,133

11,671

760

3,206

598

921

974

518

1,763

466

231

425

509

1,300

1,300
907

67
30

330
175

69
71

112
31

116
44

51
128

215
59

55
46

28
8

48
26

57
75

152
214

98,958

5,211 24,558

5,427

8,013

8,791

4,039 15,685

4,324

2,046

4,281

5,042 11,541

112,836

6,068 28,269

6,165

9,077

9,925

4,736 17,722

4,891

2,313

4,780

5,683 13,207

255

68. Earnings and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks during 1978
Dollars
Total

Item

Boston

New York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

CURRENT EARNINGS
3,245,915

66,432,544
16 143,824
8,366,526,794
1,941,592
4,345,647

9,505,085
16 143,824
2,079,456,103
502,812
3,071,930

4,540,535

2,808,745

7,617,868

386,649,265
60,676
159,728

420,301,803
83,524
20,775

691,795,139
165,279
45,080

679,295,907
104,982
51,256

8,455,390,401

390,115,584

2,108,679,754

424,946,637

694,814,243

687,070,013

7 Salaries
8 Retirement and other benefits
9 Fees —Directors and others
10 Travel
. . .
1 1 Postage
12 Expressage
13 Telephone and telegraph
14 Printing and supplies
15 Taxes on real estate
Bank premises
16 Depreciation
17 Maintenance and repairs
18 Utilities
19 Rent
Furniture and equipment
20 Rentals
21
Depreciation .
..,,
22 Cost of Federal Reserve currency
2 3 A l l other . . .

328 005,818
89,828,248
4,553,267
8,420,713
12,269,928
61,310,547
11,986,632
26,064,366
13,904,609

21,916,219
6,170,811
361,886
510,537
625,889
3,380,612
764,144
1 , 845 , 530
2,615,882

77 095 640
19,745,485
1,350,579
1,372,752
1,977,393
8,054,214
2,724,113
4,941,294
2 , 398 , 563

15 843 596
4 676,623
297,948
273,216
459,742
2,419,367
466,799
1,234,245
1,225,982

20 125 859
5 722,567
215,747
717,420
726,178
6 141,406
720,935
1 476,533
759 , 548

25 613 957
6,939,376
434,473
663,603
1,006,258
6,915,912
1,068,921
2,331,118
1,233,877

8,292,381
6,034,478
11,981,469
8,749,213

2,121,742
276,122
1,812,969
414,629

211,017
760,117
2,076,645
5,248,169

1,432,376
774,083
1,165,795
15,668

618,413
311,559
983,107
71,697

1,038,620
365,260
910 099
839,045

41,631,171
8,061,885
60,059,365
15,901,094

2,849,597
623,534
3,402,235
1,394,469

5,884,570
1,937,930
10,887,074
3,246,252

1,761,696
760,275
3,282,514
731,161

2,990,844
435,208
3,870,545
1,181,469

5,262,923
309,525
6,130,502
1,284,297

24 Total i

714,700,652

51,086,807

149,911,807

36,821,086

47,069,035

59,993,2341

62,084,267

4,258,295

14,365,677

3,066,594

5,107,141

4,057,603

652,616,385

46,828,512

135,546,130

33,754,492

41,961,894

55,935,631

. . . 7,802,773,195

343,287,072

1,973,133,624

391,192,145

652,851,614

631,136,273

4,940,734

304 , 048

361,442

13,212

22,756

2,700 179

1
2
3
4
5

Loans
Acceptances
U.S. government securities
Foreign currencies
All other

6 Total
CURRENT EXPENSES

25 Reimbursements and recoveries . . .
26 Net expenses . . . .
PROFIT AND Loss
27 Current n e t earnings

...

28 Additions to current net earnings . .
Deductions from current net earnings
29 Losses on sales of U.S.
government securities
30 Losses on foreign exchange
transactions
31 Allother

130,299,594

6,066,725

31,579,498

6,578,886

10,852,014

10,667,112

505,682,038
2,082,588

15,676,143
47 , 347

130,971,648
582,453

21,744,328
105,555

42,982,973
55 , 742

27,306,830
143,039

32 Total deductions

638,064,220

21,790,215

163,133,599

28,428,769

53,890,729

38,116,981

33 Net deduction from current net earnings.

633,123,486

21,486,167

162,772,157

28,415,557

53,867,973

35,416,802

34 Assessment for expenditures
of Board of Governors
35 Net earnings before payments
to U.S. Treasury

53,321,700

1,660,900

13,851,000

2,269,800

4,522,400

2,843,100

7,116,328,009

320,140,005

1,796,510,467

360,506,788

594,461,241

592,876,371

36 Dividends paid
37 Payments to U.S. Treasury (interest on
Federal Reserve notes)

63,280,312

1,946,584

16 518,453

2 634 130

5 408 170

3 343 867

7,005,779,497

317,624,721

1,766,858,714

358,221,808

584,291,421

587,995,404

38 Transferred to surplus
39 Surplus, January 1

47,268,200
1,029,001,850

568 , 700
32,222,500

13 133 300
266,708,950

—349 150
44,148,400

4 761 650
87,018,650

1 537 100
55,093,750

40 Surplus, December 31

1,076,270,050

32 791,200

279 842 250

43 799 250

91 780 300

56 630 850

256




68.—Continued
Item

Atlanta

Chicago

7,351,144

St. Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas City

Dallas

San Francisco

CURRENT EARNINGS
1
2
3
4
5

Loans
Acceptances
U.S. government securities . . .
Foreign currencies
Allother

6 Total

8,002,815

4,379,601

2,379,465

4,626,585

384,595,104 1,325,212,566
297,496
145,774
247,834
114,519

342,463,451
60,400
114,748

200,242,758
58,181
318,625

338,156,854
81,582
88,150

426,605,079 1,091,752,765
1 10 , 626
270 , 260
60,489
52,513

392,206,541 1,333,760,711

347,018,200

202,999,029

342,953,171

434,856,181 1,095,970,337

8,079,987

3 894,799

CURRENT EXPENSES
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Salaries
Retirement and other benefits.
Fees —Directors and others. . .
Travel
Postage
Expressage
Telephone and telegraph
Printing and supplies
Taxes on real estate
Bank premises
Depreciation
Maintenance and repairs. . .
Utilities
Rent
Furniture and equipment
Rentals
Depreciation
Cost of Federal Reserve
currency
All other

24 Total i
25 Reimbursements and
recoveries
26 Net expenses

30,521,132
7,828,091
151,513
881,833
909,737
7,288,212
1,057,741
2,887,246
626,317

40,934,900
11,724,781
280,821
927,940
1,252,553
7,997,364
1,524,726
3,585,735
1,530,299

16,885,253
4,927,587
200,363
375,496
887,402
4,171,905
472,721
1,355,101
449,261

13,056,958
3,242,429
196,552
419,643
881,342
2,253,532
584,607
944,551
1,521,196

21,031,226
5,814,665
173,461
704,029
1,408,394
3 574 443
867,087
1,858,129
496,218

15,798,212
4,431,156
124,940
510,303
605,317
3,193,479
685,461
1,261,749
457,860

29,182,866
8,604,677
764,984
1,063,941
1,529,723
5,920,101
1,049,377
2,343,135
589,606

291,461
381,164
888,337
621 , 596

390,433
1,512,018
1,094,763
863,535

371,155
293,950
662,713
119,290

873,458
300,532
488,586
50,021

453,935
303,805
670,510
25,517

175,039
425,862
593,295
8,960

314,732
330,006
634,650
471,086

4,044,331
546,591

6,532,985
337,719

1,873,780
598,775

1,114,566
340,716

3,472,809
564,706

2,422,256
547,692

3,420,814
1,059,214

5,798,774
1,111,798

8,412,192
1,188,328

2,668,073
727,243

992,134
897,884

3,350,331
982,830

4,084,786
1,154,605

7,180,205
2,000,758

65,835,874

90,091,092

37,040,068

28,158,707

45,752,095

36,480,972

66,459,875

6,542,458

7,307,401

3,283,020

1,942,398

3,964,376

2,145,140

6,044,164

59,293,416

82,783,691

33,757,048

26,216,309

41,787,719

34,335,832

60,415,711

332 913 125 1 250 977 078

313,259,116

176 782 720

301 165,452

234 819

234 909

13 774

86 607

153 057

PROFIT AND Loss
27 Current net earnings . .

400 520 350 1 035 554 626

28 Additions to current net
earnings
Deductions from current net
earnings
29 Losses on sales of U.S.
government securities, .
30 Losses on foreign exchange
transactions
31 Allother

5,961,247

20,792,235

5,346,810

3,134,776

5,324,859

6,733,067

17,262,365

37,926,153
377,346

77 , 369 , 352
270,521

15,676,143
55,676

15,170,461
33,731

21 238,646
67,674

28,823,876
105,515

70,795,485
237,989

32 Total deductions . .

44,264,746

98,432,108

21,078,629

18,338,968

26,631,179

35,662,458

88,295,839

33 Net deduction from current
net earnings

44,029,927

98,197,199

21,064,855

18,252,361

26,478,122

35,531,626

87,610,740

4,015,100

34 Assessment for expenditures
of Board of Governors. .
35 Net earnings before payments
to U.S. Treasury
36 Dividends paid
37 Payments to U.S. Treasury
(interest on Federal Reserve notes)

130 832

685 099

8,130,000

1,667,200

1,596,100

2,256,600

3,021,300

7,488,200

284,868,098 1,144,649,879

290,527,061

156,934,259

272,430,730

361,967,424

940,455,686

9,602 654

1,974,615

1,920,399

2 681,174

3,618,601

8 881,015

277,118,648 1,129,478,225

287,219,396

151,703,760

267,573,506

353,757,723

923,936,171

4,750,650

38 Transferred to surplus
39 Surplus, January 1

2,998,800
77,609,550

5,569,000
157,032,950

1,333,050
32,136,900

3,310,100
30,730,200

2,176,050
43,479,200

4,591,100
58,222,650

7,638,500
144,598,150

40 Surplus, December 31

80 , 608 , 350

162,601,950

33,469,950

34,040,300

45,655,250

62,813,750

152,236,650




257

69. Banks and branches—Number in operation, December 31,1978, by state
Number maintaining branches or additional offices *

Commercial and mutual savings banks
Commercial
State
Total

Nonmember

Member
Total
Na- State
tional

Commercial

Mutual
savings
Total

NonNoninInIninsured sured 2 sured sured

15,177 14,712 4,564 1,000 8,815

Member

Mutual
savings

Nonmember

Total
Na- State
tional

NonNonInInininsured sured sured sured

333

325

22

290

113

99
6
3
69
53

23
0
0
6
7

190
6
17
184
169

0
0
8
3
15

0
2
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

164
12
10
151
166

164
11
10
151
166

67
6
2
53
43

9
0
0
5
8

88
5
8
93
110

0
0
0
0
5

0
1
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

394
65
19
17
617

137
19
5
16
236

22
2
0
0
27

140
44
12
350

95
0
2
0
4

0
65
2
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

67
113
13
13
325

67
53
11
13
325

40
16
4
12
135

4
2
0
0
10

23
35
7
1
180

0
0
0
0
0

0
60
2
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

440
440
11
11
24
24
1,277 1,277
406
410

United States

64
2
6
419
121

9
0
4
67
41

367
6
14
755
242

0
3
0
36
2

0
0
0
0
4

0
0
0
0
0

241
10
18
325
275

241
10
18
325
273

51
2
6
147
93

7
0
2
17
21

183
6
10
161
159

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
2

0
0
0
0
0

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California ...

312
14
28
262
244

312
12
28
262
244

Colorado . . . .
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida

394
130
21
17
617

. . .

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois

140 6,784 6,381

2,287

501 3,571

Iowa
Kansas . . . .
Kentucky
Louisiana . . .
Maine

657
617
344
256
73

657
617
344
256
43

99
151
79
54
17

44
19
10
7
3

507
446
254
195
23

7
1
1
0
0

0
0
0
0
30

0
0
0
0
0

271
133
209
184
64

271
133
209
184
39

51
51
62
42
16

21
4
7
6
3

199
78
140
136
20

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
25

0
0
0
0
0

Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan ...
Minnesota
Mississippi . .

109
315
365
762
185

106
152
365
761
185

34
73
125
205
37

6
7
83
32
5

66
66
156
521
142

0
6
1
3
1

3
23
0

84
263
293
139
143

81
130
293
139
143

29
65
112
54
33

6
7
66
7
3

46
58
114
78
107

0
0

0

0
140
0
0
0

0
0

3
20
0
0
0

0
113
0
0
0

720
163
459
9
105

720
163
459
9
79

101
56
117
4
39

52
45
8
1
3

561
59
327
4
36

6
3
7
0

0
0
0
0
26

0
0
0
0
0

315
22
79
7
71

315
22
79
7
53

46
10
37
3
32

26
4
1
I
1

243
8
41
3
20

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
18

0
0
0
0
0

New Jersey. . .
New Mexico
New York . .
North Carolina
North Dakota

204
87
413
89
174

184
87
298
89
174

96
40
124
27
43

15
6
47
2
3

7J
40
54
59
125

0
1
73
1
3

20
0
115
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

174
65
280
72
74

157
65
168
72
74

84
30
91
24
25

15
4
36
1
2

58
31
32
46
47

0
0
9
0

17
0
112
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Ohio
...
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

482
485
65
387
23

482
485
63
379
17

217
191
6
226
5

110
16
1
12
0

154
271
53
133
9

1
7
3
8
3

0
0
2
8
6

0
0
0
0
0

351
117
38
274
19

351
117
36
266
13

179
69
5
151
5

74
2
0
9
0

98
46
30
105
6

0
0

0
0

1

8
6

0
0
0
0
0

87
87
156
156
350
350
1,401 1,401
68
68

18
32
72
609
10

7
28
10
40
.13

62
95
266
746
43

0
1
2
6
2

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

67
51
252
174
25

67
51
252
174
25

17
13
65
28
4

5
9
9
14
6

45
29
178
132
15

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

1

.

....

Missouri . . . .
Nebraska ...
Nevada
New Hampshire

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee. . .
Texas
Utah

....
.

....

.

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands

258




36
263
112
231
636

.

..

30
263
103
231
633

13
88
20
106
129

1
79
5
29
27

15
95
68
96
472

10
0
5

6
0
9
0
3

0
0
0
0
0

27
189
71
56
225

22
189
62
56
225

9
74
18
28
47

0
50
2
6
9

13
65
42
22
169

0
0
0
0
0

5
0
9
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

88
0
0

88
0
0

46
0
0

16
0
0

26
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

3
0
0

3
0
0

1
0
0

0
0
0

2
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

69,—Continued
Branches and additional offices:
Class of bank
Commercial banks

State
Total

National

State

Insured

Noninsured

Insured

Noninsured

In
headoffice
city

In
In
headcontigoffice
uous
county counties

Bank-

In
noncontiguous
counties

facrlities"

36,948

United States.
. ..
.

Colorado
Connecticut
..
Delaware , .
...
District of Columbia . .
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho

Total

Outside head-office city

Mutual
savings
banks

Nonmember

Member

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona <
Arkansas
California

Location

34,408

17,973

4,711

11,673

51

2,191

349

12,832

11,133

6,542

6,441

168

550
112
482
371
3,878

550
109
482
371
3,878

347
81
318
176
2,709

25
0
0
18
337

178
28
164
177
823

0
0
0
0
9

0
3
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

298
42
126
235
512

217
8
138
131
515

17
33
141
4
759

18
29
77
1
2,092

2
3
2
1
28

73
891
171
137
727

73
587
147
137
727

44
201
5
135
333

4
86
0
0
17

25
300
142
2
377

0
0
0
0

p

0
304
24
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

63
211
39
137
387

6
412
73
0
336

4
226
48
0
4

0
42
11
0
0

8
0
0
1
16

778
154
228
388
1,034

346
11
178
181
505

74
0
6
25
49

358
140
44
182
480

0
3
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

372
55
27
358
537

260
41
16
27
498

55
4
44
3
1

91
54
141
0
0

8
6
0
6
1

500
255
642
713
377

500
255
642
713
292

135
139
254
290
116

48
92
43
37

317
111
296
380
139

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
85

0
0
0
0
0

268
244
405
403
69

170
6
233
298
168

62
4
4
9
117

0
1
0
3
23

0
1
2
2
2

907
1,385
1,789
176
633

852
924
1,789
176
633

357
447
865
79
253

103
66
486
8
13

392
410
436
89
367

0
2
0
0

55
112
0
0
0

0
349
0
0
0

202
584
773
102
228

202
773
674
57
158

304
27
332
16
114

199
1
10
1
133

3
1
4
0
2

778
154
228
388 •
1,036

.

Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky . . . .
Louisiana
Maine . .

...

....

Maryland. . .

....

...

1

Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi

, ..

Missouri .
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire

...

398
22
198
130
177

398
22
198
130
135

67
10
142
85
98

37
4
2
23
2

294
8
54
22
35

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
42

0
0
0
0
0

301
21
194
42
68

95
0
3
23
86

2
1
1
14
23

0
0
0
51
0

2
1
1
0
0

New Jersey . . . .
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota

...

1,692
227
4,310
1,683
115

1,530
227
3,313
1,683
115

968
119
1,480
805
42

199
13
1,601
5
3

363
95
221
863
70

11

0
0

10
0

162
0
997
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

283
147
1,599
231
39

792
70
895
134
46

396
9
1,046
299
29

221
1
770
1,019
1

5
0
5
0
2

1,938
211
539
2,610
294

1,938
211
525
2,424
226

1,155
163
329
1,415
115

462
2
0
182
0

321
46
193
825
101

0
0
3
2
10

0
0
14
186
68

0
0
0
0
0

784
198
113
310
62

1,090
9
78
964
125

64
4
116
1,334
72

0
0
232
2
35

3
6
0
2
0

659
149
952
183
250

659
149
952
183
250

328
91
411
16
113

10
16
49
17
87

321
42
492
150
50

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

122
40
581
180
41

76
40
357
3
71

80
31
6
0
38

381
38
8
0
100

2
0
1
19
3

166
1,292
900
56
442

148
1,292
781
56
442

46
683
606
28
153

0
394
35
6
20

102
215
140
22
269

0
0
0
0
0

18
0
119
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

28
302
272
53
142

48
223
251
3
234

54
382
151
0
58

36
385
226
0
8

0
11
4
0
1

2
0
0

2
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

2
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

2
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

1
0
0

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands




. ..

. ..
.. .

*

259

70. Number of commercial banks and branches in operation

:

Banks, by type

End of year
Total
14,457
14,632
14,673
14,705
14,712

1974
1975
1976
1977
1978

Branches, total

State member

National
4,710
4,744
4,737
4,655
4,564

Nonmember

1,072
1,046
1,023
1,014
1,000

8,675
8,8422
8,9132
9,0362
9.1482

28,244
29,795
30,947
32,724
34,390

71. Number of par and nonpar banking offices
Par

Total
Total

Date or
Federal Reserve District
Banks

Branches
and offices

Banks

Member

Branches
and offices

Banks

Nonmember

Branches
and offices

Banks

Branches
and offices

Nonpar
(nonmember)
Banks

Branches
and offices
%:

U.S. total, including other areas a
End of year
1974....
1975
. ..
1976
1977
1978

14,334
14,495
14,532
14,554
14,549

28,684
30,235
31,381
33,150
34,830

14,247
14,422
14,478
14,514
14,526

28,627
30,181
31,333
33,115
34,809

5,782
5,790
5,760
5,669
5,564

20,012
20,736
21,400
22,237
22,880

8,465
8,632
8,718
8,845
8,962

8,615
9,445
9,933
10,878
11,929

87
73
54
40
23

57
54
48
35
21

184
213
140
303
365
1,260
1,841
1,037
907
1,466
851
395

1,007
769
928
606
1,824
1,724
1,489
979
284
407
289
1,623

17

20

6

1

District totals, December 31, 1978
District
Boston
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Atlanta
Chicago
.
St. Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas
San Francisco

. . .
, ,

. . .

260



362
458
367
753
759
1,872
2,759
1,444
1,419
2,262
1,558
536

2,126
4,791
2,344
2,920
4,685
3,663
3,781
1,813
627
1,039
457
6,584

362
458
367
753
759
1,855
2,759
1,444
1,419
2,262
1,552
536

2,126
4,791
2,344
2,920
4,685
3,643
3,781
1,813
627
1,039
456
6,584

178
245
227
450
394
595
918
407
512
796
701
141

1,119
4,022
1,416
2,314
2,861
1,919
2,292
834
343
632
167
4,961

72. Banking offices in the United States—Number, and changes in number

A. Banks (head offices), by type
Commercial banks
Member

All
banks

Date or type of change

Total

Total

National 2

Mutual savings
banks

Nonmember
State

Insured

Total

Noninsured

Insured

Noninsured

319
328
329
323
325

160
147
144
144
140

Number
End of year
1974....
1975
1976
1977
1978

14,936
15,107
15,146
15,172
15,177

14,457
14,632
14,673
14,705
14,712

5,782
5,790
5,760
5,669
5,564

4,710
4,744
4,737
4,655
4,564

1,072
1,046
1,023
1.01.4
1,000

8,675
8,842
8,913
9,036
9,148

8,438
8,585
8,639
8,729
8,815

2373
2573
2743
3073
3333

Change in number during 1978
New banks 4
Ceased banking operations
Placed in receivership
Consolidations and absorptions
Banks converted into branches
.
Other
Interclass changes
Nonmernber to national .
. . .
Nonmember to state member
State member to nonmember
National to nonmember
National to state member
Noninsured to insured
Noninsured mutual to insured mutual
Net change. .

....

182
_1

....

. .

. .

180
-1

-1
-158
-16

-154
-16

54

17

-1

-1

5

-1

7

37

94

126
—1

-1

-54
-8

3
12
-37

-13

-87
-8

-87
-6

12
-37

-67
-8

-1

—3
-12
37
61

-105

2

—3
-12
37
61

3

-62

32
-1

-62
-7

7

-91

-14

-2

3
86

112

-3
26

-1

-3

i

-1

2

-4

B. Branches, additional offices, and facilities, by type of bank
Commercial banks

Date or type of change

Total

Total

National *

Mutual savings
banks

Nonmember

Member

All
banks

State

Total

Insured

Noninsured

Insured

Noninsured

.8,440
9,234
9,711
10,639
11,677

48
50
53
54
51

1,387
1,568
1,796
1,979
2,191

255
278
284
335
349

2
-1

239
1
-31

15
3

_4

4

-4

Number
End of year
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978

30,076
31,813
33,189
35,194
37,098

28,434
29,967
31,109
32,880
34,558

19,946
20,683
21,345
22,187
22,830

15,734
16,278
16,671
17,588
18,108

4,212
4,405
4,674
4,599
4,722

8,488
9,284
9,764
10,693
11,728

Change in number during 1978
Branches and additional offices
De novo
Banks converted.
. .
Discontin ued
Sale of branch
Interclass changes
Nonmember to national
Nonmember to state member
State member to national
State member to nonmember
National to state member
National to nonmember.
. .
Noninsured mutual to insured mutual.
Noninsured to insured
.
Facilities reclassified as branches
Other
Net change




1,044
75
-219
-5

896
47
-150
-4
9
8

. . . .

-129
— 241
5
4

5
5

1,686

3
1
648

"'-37'
— 241
3
-6
525

36,930

34,390

22,685

17 ,974

3

Banking facilities 6
Discontinued
*. .
Facilities reclassified as branches
Net change

1,804
152
-279
-1

9
110

1,912

Number Dec 31 1978

Number Dec. 31, 1978

2,058
156
-310
-1

—3

—2

110
-8
-129
37

-5

-3

-8

-8

-5
145

134

—9
-110

—9
-110
129
241

7

2
4

4
2
4

123

1,038

1,041

-3

212

14

11,705

11,654

51

2,191

349

—1
-2

-1
-2

-3

-3

23

23

4,711

-5

168

758
77
-59
4

129

-3

168

760
77
-60
4

241

—2

-5
.

148
28
-69
-1

11

-1

261

73. Changes in offices of commercial banks and nondeposit trust companies during 1978—
Summary, by state
July 1 -December 31

January i-June 30

In
Ceasing operaopera- tion on
Dec. 31
tion

Net increase,
or decrease
(-)

242

49,286

994

129
109
4

19,560
20,832
8,894

274
491
179

23
1
13
8
87

2
2
2
0
11

865
124
512
634
4,150

21
-1
11
8
76

L
S
S
L
S

458
647
163
153
1,275

18
10
3
2
105

1
5
0
0
20

475
652
166
155
1,360

17
5
2
85

U
S
S
S
L

10
2
5
40
13

1,203
171
244
1,616
1,417

24
0
8
57
33

1
0
0
2
9

1,226
171
252
1,671
1,441

23
0
8
55
24

L
S
S
U
L

1,151
856
969
943
339

-14
32
19
19
-1

1,151
856
969
943
339

11
17
21
29
1

5
0
2
1
4

1,157
873
988
971
336

6
17
19
28
-3

L
U
L
L
S

2
8
2
1
2

938
1,075
2,099
871
806

18
0
33
41
17

938
1,075
2,099
871
806

28
9
63
66
14

5
8
4
0
0

961
1,076
2,158
937
820

23
1
59
66
14

S
L
L
U
L

22
1
10
6
4

3
0
1
0
2

1,110
182
644
133
207

19
1
9
6
2

1,110
182
644
133
207

13
4
15
6
8

4
0
I
0

1

1,119
186
658
139
214

9
4
14
6
7

U
U
U
S
L

1,689
300
.3,608
1,744
283

11
11
50
19
3

3
0
43
4
0

1,697
311
3,615
1,759
286

8
11
7
15
3

1,697
311
3,615
1,759
286

28
4
39
23
5

6
1
39
10
0

1,719
314
3,615
1,772
291

22
3
0
13
5

S
L
S
S
U

2,314
658
550
2,747
242

31
33
14
34
0

5
0
1
9
0

2,340
691
563
2,772
242

26
33
13
25
0

2,340
691
563
2,772
242

96
11
27
54
1

13
0
2
21
0

2,423
702
588
2,805
243

83
11
25
33
1

L
U
S
L
S

717
295
1,258
1,558
302

10
0
27
25
11

0
0
2
0
4

727
295
1,283
1,583
309

10
0
25
25
7

727
295
1,283
1,583
309

24
12
25
21
19

2
2
5
0
7

749
305
1,303
1,604
321

22
10
20
21
12

S
S
L
U
S

176
1,535
862
278
1,055

2
17
15
3
21

4
11
1
0
7

174
1,541
876
281
1,069

-2
6
14
3
14

174
1,541
876
281
1,069

5
53
13
6
20

2
29
1
0
12

177
1,565
888
287
1,077

3
24
12
6
8

S
S
S
U
L

85

3

0

88

3

88

3

0

91

3

u

In
In
Net inCeasing opera- crease, operation on or de- - tion on
operaJune 30 crease
July 1
tion
(-)

Beginning
operation

739

48,342

1,186

190
269
290

19,286
20,341
8,715

403
600
183

844
125
501
626
4,074

25
7
11
11
61

844
125
501
626
4,074

0
5
0
0
56

458
647
163
153
1,275

22
-2
1
4
82

4

4

1,203
171
244
1,616
1,417

28
0
0
0
4

20
8
35
42
19

1,091
181
635
127
205

In
operation on
Jan. 1

Beginning
operation

50 states and District of Columbia—Total . 47,603

970

231

48,342

19,096
20,072
8,435

280
400
290

90
131
10

19,286
20,341
8,715

819
118
490
615
4,013

28
7
12
14
67

3
0
1
3
6

436
649
162
149
1,193

22
3
1
4
138

1,193
169
239
1,576
1,404

14
3
5
41
17

0

1,165
824
950
924
340

14
32
19
19
3

920
1,075
2,066
830
789

State

Statewide branching states
Limited branching states
Unit bunking states
Alabama . .
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California . ,

...

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

,

, ..

.

Iowa.
Kansas
Kentucky . .
Louisiana
Maine
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

..
....

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah .
.
Vermont . .
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming. .

262



.
.

....
....
....

Type
of
branching 1

74.1. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups, December 31, 1977
Domestic data only 1
A. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons by state
Number

Amounts
(millions of dollars)

Offices
Holding companies
T
branch- Holding
coming 2
pany
groups M Banks Branches Total

State, and type of
holding company

^

50 states and District
of Columbia
Multibank
One-bank

1,9138
306
1,6076

All commercial banks
Banks Branches

3,903
2,301
1,602

20,340
10,562
9,778

24,243
12,863
11,380

14,707

32,961

Total

Assets

Deposits

Holding
All
Holding
All
com- commercial com- commercial
banks
panies
panies
banks

47,668 795,082 1,166,146 624,321
409,230
324,643
385,853
299 , 677

939,509

Alabama
Multibank
One-bank

L

15
8
7

73
66
7

340
335
5

413
401
12

310

509

819

8,433
8,300
133

13,579

7,091
6,971
120

11,701

Alaska
Multibank
One-bank

S

3

3

15

18

12

108

120

225

1,769

198

1,519

3

3

15

18

Arizona
Multibank
One-bank

S

4
1
3

4
1
3

199
134
65

203
135
68

25

465

490

3,331
2,392
938

8,738

2,988
2,137
852

7,601

19

23
6
17

70
26
44

93
32
61

262

353

615

1,879
868
1,011

8,554

1,578
701
877

7,447

17

4,033 115,731
14,392
101,338

124,819'

92,844
11,703
81,142

101,015

Arkansas
Multibank
One-bank

. . .

L

225

198

California
Multibank
One-bank

S

41
8
336

47
15
32

3,370
569
2,801

3,417
584
2,833

235

3,798

Colorado
Multibank
One-bank

U

79
13
66

168
102
66

49
37
12

217
139
78

375

64

439

9,170
7,720
1,450

11,551

7,784
6,493
1,291

9,874

S

9
5
4

18
14
4

382
237
145

400
251
149

72

579

651

7,516
4,238
3,278

10,385

6,598
3,694
2,904

8,989

Delaware
Multibank . . . .
One-bank

S

2

2

6

8

19

143

162

46

3,119

40

2,428

2

2

6

8

District of Columbia
Multibartk .
One-bank

S

3
1

3
1
2

70
17
53

73
18
55

16

133

149

2,682
587
2,095

5,379

2,108
461
1,646

4,392

Florida
Multibank
One-bank

L

46
29
17

403
386
17

363
346
17

766
732
34

680

517

1,197

26,032
24,369
1,663

34,016

22,534
21,040
1,494

29,723

Georgia
Ivlultiba nk
One-bank

L

21
4
17

43
26
17

359
294
65

402
320
82

441

752

1,193

9,842
8,212
1,630

17,971

7,343
6,079
1,264

14,584

S

3
1
2

3
1
2

129
12
117

132
13
119

11

170

181

2,787
297
2,491

3,513

2,473
273
2,200

3,116

S

5
3
2

6
4
2

126
118
8

132
122
10

24

216

240

2,036
1,838
199

3,777

1,752
1,579
174

3,288

Illinois
Multibank
One-bank

U

181
2
179

184
5
179

76

260
5
255

1,270

310

1,580

54,398
214
54,184

90,728

39,534
192
39,341

69,739

76

Indiana
Multibank
One-bank

L

31
1
30

32

309
12
297

341
14
327

409

995

1,404

9,211
304
8,907

25,556

7,133
279
6,853

21,804

30

Iowa
Multibank
One-bank

L

167
Jl
1566

224
69
155

266
155
111

490
224
266

656

484

1,140

8i034
4,321
3 713

16,117

6,989
3,670
3,319

14,245

Kansas
Multibank
One-bank

U

194
6
188

199
11
188

118
11
107

317
22
295

616

209

825

5,443
599
4,844

12,479

4,639
473
4,165

10t805

L

15
1
14

16

156
47
109

172
49
123

344

605

949

4,014
1,402
2,612

14,105

3,118
1,077
2,041

12,183

14

15
1
14

17

150

671

925

5,750
73
5,677

17,214

4,610
64
4,546

14,725

147

167
6
161

254

14

7
5
2

26
24
2

227
215
12

253
239
14

43

297

340

2,007
1,868
139

2,731

1,747
1,628
119

2,391

Connecticut
Multibank . ,
One-bank

Hawaii
Multibank
One-bank
Idaho .
.
Multibank
One-bank

. .

. . .
.

Kentucky , .
Multibank
One-bank
Louisiana
Multibank
One-bank
Maine
Multibank
One-bank




. .
.

.

....
. .

L
S

46

40

.

263

74.1. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups, December 31, 1977
Domestic data only 1—Continued
A. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons by state—Continued
Number

State, and type of
holding company

Type
of
branching 2

Amounts
(millions of dollars)

Offices

Holding
company
groups 3 - 4

Holding companies

Banks

Branches

All commercial banks

Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Assets

Deposits

Holding
All
All
Holding
com- commercial com- commercial
panies
banks
banks
panies

S

9
4
5

24
19
5

577
267
310 ,

601
286
315

108

812

920

9,250
3,984
5,266

12,478

7,708
3,522
4,186

10,618

L

29
15
14

75
61
14

751
629
122

826
690
136

148

924

1,072

18,485
16,803
1,681

20,754

14,378
12,896
1,482

16,353

Michigan
Multibank
One- bank

L

43
23
20

141
121
20

1,110
965
145

1,251
1,086
165

362

1,705

2,067

31,030
28 ISO
2 850

41,789

26,316
23,821
2,496

36,101

Minnesota
Multibank
One-bank

U

129
8
121

262
141
121

50
35
15

312
176
136

754

76

830

15,787
13 332
2,454

21,762

12,597
10,379
2,218

18,036

Mississippi
Multibank
One-bank

L

4

4

111

115

185

605

790

2,423

8,347

2,006

7,351

4

4

Missouri
Multibank
One-bank

U

103
26
778

296
220
76

222
186
36

518
406
112

719

371

1,090

18,948
16,705
2,242

26,087

14,899
12,937
1,961

21,291

Montana
Multibank
One-bank . .

U

33

69
41
28

14
11
3

83
52
31

160

21

181

2,715
2 211
504

4,007

2,420
1,961
459

3,600

Nebraska
Multibank
One-bank

U

176
5
171

142
21
121

318
26
292

458

177

635

5,439
684
4,755

8,578

4,582
592
3,991

7,397

Nevada
Multibank
One- bank ,

S

2
1
1

3
2
1

82
56
26

85
58
27

8

120

128

1,702
1,359
343

2,719

1,514
1,219
294

2,431

New Hampshire
Multibank
One-bank

L

7
4
3

19
16
3

41
38
3

60
54
6

79

126

205

879
805
73

2,434

769
705
64

2,164

New Jersey
Multibank
One- bank

S

18
8
10

47
37
10

757
543
214

804
580
224

188

I; 501

1,689

16,078
11,355
4 723

29,504

13,699
9,718
3,981

25,710

New Mexico
Multibank
One-bank

L

10
4
6

32
26
6

110
98
12

142
124
18

84

216

300

2,394
2,089
305

4,304

2,139
1,862
277

3,831

New York
Multibank
One-bank

S

39
J8

94
74
20

2,928
1,883
1,045

3,022
1,957
1,065

295

3,333

3,628 186,984
113,753
73 230

224,550

133,857
81,423
52,435

154,794

216

North Carolina
Multibank. . . .
One-bank

S

10
1
9

13
4
9

1,025
71
954

1,038
75
963

90

1,655

1,745

12,453
562
11,891

17,414

10,124
508
9,616

14,486

North Dakota
Multibank
One-bank

U

28

57
32
25

53
39
14

110
71
39

173

110

283

1,754
1,392
362

4,003

1,582
1,254
328

3,530

25

Ohio
Multibank
One -bank

L

32
16
16

159
143
16

1,088
984
104

1,247
1,127
120

487

1,827

2,314

29,125
26,789
2,336

43,290

23,600
21,654
1,946

36,275

Oklahoma
Multibank
One-bank

U

97
3
94

99
5
94

91
2
89

190
7
183

483

183

666

8,436
196
8,240

15,145

7,132
172
6,960

13,172

Oregon
Multibank. . .
One-bank

S

4
1
3

4
1
3

356
149
207

360
150
210

55

495

550

7,875
3,729
4 146

9,921

6,092
2,838
3,255

7,917

Pennsylvania . .
Multibank
One-bank

L

27
2
25

29
4
25

994
2
992

1,023
6
1,017

. 387

2,366

2,753

36,950
74
36,877

64,917

27,043
65
26,978

51,865

Rhode Island
Multibank
One-bank

S

10

10

209

219

17

225

242

4,687

4,851

3,731

3,873

10

10

209

219

South Carolina
Multibank
One-bank

S

6
1
5

6
1
5

326
67
259

332
68
264

Maryland
Multibank
One- bank
Massachusetts
Multibank
One-bank


264


...

28
173

172e

*" ' i i i '

115

2,006

"2^423'

3,731

4,687
88

629

717

3,029
366
2,664

5,779

2,549
334
2,215

4,967

74,1. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups, December 31, 1977
Domestic data only l—Continued
A. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons by state—Continued
Number
Amounts
(millions of dollars)

Offices
State, and type of
holding company

T
y
of
branching 2
Holding
company
groups 3 - 4

Holding companies

Banks

Branches

All commercial banks

Total

Banks

Branches

Assets

Total

Deposits

Holding
All
Holding
All
com- commercial com- commercial
panies
banks
panies
banks

South Dakota
Multibank
One-bank

S

33
3
30

46
16
30

99
61
38

145
77
68

158

137

295

2,498
1,646
851

3,825

Tennessee
Multibank
One-bank

L

17
11
6

61
55
6

444
332
112

505
387
118

348

912

1,260

9,866
7,993
1,873

18,128

Texas
Multibank
One-bank

U

88
32
566

304
249
55

59
53
6

363
302
61

1,382

179

1,561

43,337
40,796
2,542

71,775

34,695
32,446
2,249

60,287

Utah
Multibank
One-bank

S

13
6

29
19
10

198
179
19

227
198
29

73

229

302

4,175 ,
3,846
329

5,006

3,633
3,338
295

4,375

Vermont
Multibank
One-bank

S

•3

3

32

35

31

145

176

497

1,844

446

1,678

3

3

32

35

Virginia
Multibank
One-bank

S

17
13
4

113
109
4

1,028
990
38

1,141
1,099
42

280

1,256

1,536

14,953
14,425
528

18,883

12,868
12,394
474

16,418

Washington
Multibank
One-bank

S

4
2
2

5
3
2

448
153
295

453
156
297

96

763

859

10,813
2,374
8,439

15,942

8,486
1,964
6,522

12,463

West Virginia... .
Multibank
One-bank

U

9
1
8

10
2
8

6
2
4

16
4
12

227

51

278

459
25
434

8,129

392
22
370

6,980

Wisconsin
Multibank
One-bank

L

67 '
22
458

176
132
44

206
178
28

382
310
72

628

431

1,059

11,963
10,755
1,208

21,454

9,953
8,862
1 091

18,539

Wyoming
Multibank
One-bank

U

24
5

43
25
18

3

46
25
21

82

3

85

1,535
1,008
527

2,425

1,353
884
469

2,156

76

196

3"

2,243
1,482
761
8,414
6,880
i 534

3,443

15,841

446

497

Totals by state-branching classification
Statewide branching
Multibank
One-bank

245
82
163 6j

509
345
164

12,589
5,721
6,868

13,098
6,066
7,032

1,944

17,209

19,153 411,352
183,010
228 , 341

516,947 317,699
140,213
177,486

397,911

Limited branching
Muttibank
One-bank

564
154
4106

1,527
1,119
408

6,868
4,444
2,424

8,395
5,'563
2,832

6,064

13,998

20,062 216,310
141,337
74,972

372,529 175,014
116,625
58,388

314,731

1,138
105
1,033 •

1,867
838
1,029

883
397
486

2,750
1,235
1,515

6,699

1,754

8,453 167,421
84,882
82,539

276,669 131,608
67,805
63,803

226,868

Unit banking
Multibank . . .
One-bank

B. Summary totals and comparisons
50 states and District of Columbia
Item

Banking offices
Total. .'.
Banks
Branches

Holding company
groups

(number)

Amounts (millions of dollars)
Assets ...
Deposits




. .

All commercial
banks

Holding company
groups as percentage
of all commercial
banks

24,243
3,903
20,340

47,668
14,707
32,961

50.9

795,082
624,321

1,166,146
939,509

68.2
66.5

265

74.2. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups, December 31,1978
Domestic data only l
A. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons by state
Number

State, and type of
holding company

Type
of
branchings

Holding
company
groups »• 4

2,113*
314
1,799'

All commercial banks

Holding companies
Branches

Banks

50 states and
District of
Columbia, ,
Multibank
One-bank

Amounts
(in millions of dollars)

Offices

Banks

Total

Branches

Deposits

Assets

Total

Holding
companies

All commercial
banks

4,101
2,310
1,791

21,513
10,773
10,740

25,614
13,083
12,531

14,707

34,786

49,493

78
71
7

362
355
7

440
426
14

312

555

867

9,140
8,995
145

14,737

12

112

124

260

1,922

904,932 1,317,695
436,980
467,951

Holding
companies

All commercial
banks

691,091 1,035,055
338,176
352,915

Alabama
Multibank
One-bank .

L

15
8

Alaska
Multibank
One-bank

S

3

3

14

17

3

3

14

17

Arizona
Multibank
One-bank

S

4
1
3

4
1
3

203
136
67

207
137
70

25

484

509

3,913
2,800
1,113

10,181

3,534
2,533
1,001

8,868

Arkansas
Multibank
One-bank

L

20

24
6
18

76
27
49

100
33
67

262

371

633

2,051
899
1,152

9,268

1,723
726
998

8,022

18

California
Multibank
One-bank

S

42
9
33'

48
16
32

3,485
615
2,870

3,533
631
2,902

244

3,927

4,171

132,504
17,617
114 887

142,971

104,149
14,101
90,048

113,432

Colorado
Multibank
One-bank

U

85
13
726

176
105
71

69
50
19

245
155
90

393

84

477

10,595
8,937
1,658

13,347

8,863
7 408
1,454

11,246

Connecticut
Multibank. . .
One-bank

S

9
3
6

14
8
6

387
92
295

401
100
301

65

588

653

8,550
1,625
6 t 925

11,538

7,035
1,366
5,669

9,613

Delaware
Multibank
One- bank

S

2

2

6

8

19

147

166

52

3,411

45

2,611

2

2

6

8

S

3
1
2

3
I
2

73
19
54

76
20
56

17

138

155

3,168
641
2,528

6,271

2,399
501
1 898

4,990

Florida
Multibank
One-bank

L

45
28
17

339
322
17

528
506
22

867
828
39

617

761

1,378

27,887
26,393
1,493

37,424

23,763
22 447
1,315

32,189

Georgia
Multibank
One-bank

L

19
8
11'

48
38
10

385
374
11

433
412
21

440

786

1,226

11,792
11,568
224

20,343

8,556
8 360
196

16,141

Hawaii
Multibank
One-bank . . . .

S

3
1
2

3
1
2

128
13
115

131
14
117

11

171

182

3,267
352
2,914

4,p97

2,838
325
2,513

3,573

Idaho
Multibank . . . .
One-bank

S

5
3
2

6
4
2

130
120
10

136
124
12

24

228

252

2,311
2,085
226

4,296

1,891 ....3,602
1 710
181

Illinois
Multibank
One-bank

U

212
2
2106

214
5
209

106
1
105

320
6
314

1,277

396

1,673

62,828
241
62,587

101,015

44,346
218
44,128

75,414

Indiana
Multibank
One-bank

L

33
1
32

34
2
32

317
13
304

351
15
336

406

1,036

1,442

10,215
327
9,888

28,113

7,737
298
7,439

23,599

Iowa
Multibank
One-bank

L

186
10
1766

247
73
174

306
176
130

553
249
304

657

514

1,171

9,446
4,935
4,512

17,882

8,112
4,125
3,986

15,628

Kansas
Multibank
One-bank

U

233
6
2276

237
11
226

152
14
138

389
25
364

617

241

858

6,639
623
6,016

13,569

5,639
508
5,130

11,707

Kentucky
Multibank
One-bank

L

15
1
14

16
2
14

164
49
115

180
51
129

344

660

1,004

4,789
1,689
3,100

15,958

3,661
1,256
2 405

13,606

District of Columbia
Multibank
One-bank

266




260

7,684
7 555
129

12,658

220

1,570

220

52

45

74*2. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups, December 31, 1978
Domestic data only 1—Continued
A. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons by state—Continued
Number

State, and type of
holding company

Type
of
branching 2

Amounts
(in millions of dollars)

Offices
Holding
company4
groups 3-

Holding companies

Banks

Branches

All commercial banks

Banks

Total

Branches

Assets

Total

Holding
companies

Deposits

All commercial
banks

Holding
companies

All commercial
banks

Louisiana
Multibank
One-bank

L

16
1
15

18
3
15

159
3
156

177
6
171

256

715

971

6,184
86
6,098

19,106

4,942
75
4,867

16,241

Maine
Multibank
One-bank

S

7
5

26
24
2

225
213
12

251
237
14

43

294

337

2,197
2,047
150

3,009

1,900
1,776
123

2,591

Maryland
Multibank
One-bank

S

9
4
5

23
18
5

603
275
328

626
293
333

106

860

966

10,301
4,519
5,782

13,816

8,225
3,869
4,356

11,356

Massachusetts . . . .
Multibank
One-bank

L

29
14
15

78
63
15

739
620
119

817
683
134

152

921

1,073

20,553
18,729
1,823

23,114

15,206
13,687
1,519

17,310

Michigan
Multibank
One-bank

L

41
22
19

152
133
19

1,213
1,076
137

1,365
1,209
156

365

1,796

2,161

35,275
32,373
2,902

46,762

28,994
26,507
2,487

39,254

Minnesota
Multibank
One-bank

U

139
8
131

273
142
131

109
75
34

382
217
165

761

177

938

17,882
15,009
2,873

24,406

14,039
11,470
2,568

10,933

Mississippi
Multibank
One-bank

L

7

7

130

137

185

636

821

2,877

9,445

2,420

8,314

7

7

130

137

Missouri
Multibank
One-bank

U

119
31
88

326
238
88

249
208
41

575
446
129

720

401

1,121

21,810
19,247
2,562

28,988

16,742
14,516
2,226

23,086

Montana
Multibank
One-bank

U

33
6
27

71
44
27

17
14
3

88
58
30

163

25

188

3,001
2,460
541

4,458

2,636
2,148
489

3,955

Nebraska
Multibank . . . .
One-bank

U

196

201
8
193

199
34
165

400
42
358

459

232

691

6,515
1,390
5,125

9,562

5,475
1,107
4,368

8,193

193

Nevada
Multibank
One-bank

S

2
1
1

3
2
1

86
59
27

89
61
28

9

130

139

2,038
1,600
438

3,287

1,778
1,407
371

2,877

New Hampshire . .
Multi bank
One-bank.

L

7
4
3

21
18

41
38

62
56
6

79

134

213

1,007
925
82

2,711

881
813
69

2,394

New Jersey
Ivl u Iti ba nk
One-bank

S

18
8
10

47
37
10

784
571
213

831
608
223

184

1,535

1,719

17,545
12,397
5,148

31,997

14,605
10,339
4,265

27,296

New M^exico
Multibank
One-bank

L

10
5
5

33
28
5

116
102
14

149
130
19

87

229

316

2,703
2,382
321

4,905

2,366
2,091
274

4,295

New York
Multibank
One-bank

S

41
16
256

89
65
24

2,986
1,687
1,299

3,075
1,752
1,323

298

3,396

3,694

211,369
104,489
106,880

261,773

145,815
71,734
74,081

174,401

North Carolina . . .
Multibank
One-bank

S

10
1
9

13
4
9

1,028
74
954

1,041
78
963

89

1,679

1,768

14,078
609
13,468

19,475

11,185
540
10,645

15,909

North Dakota
Multibank, . . .
One-bank

U

32
4
28

63
35
28

59
41
18

122
76
46

174

117

291

2,183
1,571
612

4,435

1,954
1,403
552

3,859

Ohio
M[ ul tib a nk
One-bank

L

29
16
13

158
146
12

1,171
1,071
100

1,329
1,217
112

482

1,943

2,425

32,873
30,441
2,432

48,352

25,668
23,724
1,944

39,215

Oklahoma
Multibank
One-bank

U

112
2
110

114

121
2
119

235
6
229

485

223

708

9,731
206
9,525

17,008

8,083
183
7,901

14,564




110

2,877

2,420

267

74.2. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups, December 31, 1978
Domestic data only 1—Continued
A. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons by state—Continued
Number

Amounts
(in millions of dollars)

Offices
State, and type of
holding company

Type
of
branching 2

Holding
company4
groups 3'

All commercial banks

Holding companies

Banks

Branches

Total

Banks

Branches

Assets
Holding
companies

Total

Deposits

All commercial
banks

Holding
companies

All commercial
banks

Oregon
Multibank
One-bank

S

4
1
3

4
1
3

370
155
215

374
156
218

63

525

588

8,809
4,344
4,465

11,419

7,031
3,356
3,675

9,332

Pennsylvania
Multibank
One-bank

L

27
2
25

29
4
25

1,005
2
1,003

1,034
6
1,028

378

2,422

2,800

41,639
80
41,559

72,244

28,632
70
28,562

55,326

Rhode Island
Multibank
One-bank

S

10

10

210

220

17

226

243

5,273

5,489

4,168

4,352

10

10

210

220

South Carolina . . .
Multibank
One-bank

S

6
1
5

6
1
5

351
69
282

357
70
287

87

664

751

3,304
369
2,935

6,280

2,703
331
2,372

5,278

South Dakota
Multibank
One-bank

S

33
3
30

46
16
30

111
69
42

157
85
72

156

150

306

2,772
1,823
949

4,216

2,478
1 623
855

3,785

Tennessee
Multibank
One-bank

L

18
11
7

62
55
7

453
341
112

515
396
119

350

954

1,304

10,701
8,671
2,030

19,918

8,987
7,389
1,598

17,142

Texas . .
Multibank
One-bank .

U

116
34
82

354
272
82

75
64
11

429
336
93

1,401

205

1,606

52,223
48,660
3,564

82,491

41,003
37,861
3,142

67,950

Utah
Multibank
One-bank

S

18
4
14

30
16
14

226
118
108

256
134
122

68

253

321

5,005
2,825
2,181

5,848

4,235
2 336
1,899

4,951

Vermont
Multibank
One-bank

S

3

3

32

35

30

147

177

550

2,039

495

1,842

3

3

32

35

Virginia
Multibank . . . .
One-bank

S

16
13
3

95
92
3

1,073
891
182

1,168
983
185

263

1,300

1,563

16,528
13 917
2,611

20,841

13,900
11 688
2,213

17,755

Washington
M^ultibtink
One-bank

S

4
2
2

5
3
2

454
153
301

459
156
303

103

784

887

12,986
2,764
10,222

19,189

9,841
2,202
7,639

14,486

West Virginia
Multibank
One-bank

U

9
1
8

10
2
8

6
2
4

16
4
12

231

56

287

484
26
457

8,617

398
23
375

7,398

Wisconsin
Multibank
One-bank

L

70
23
475

186
140
46

218
185
33

404
325
79

633

455

1,088

13,351
12,099
1,251

23,443

10,538
9,424
1,114

19,541

Wyoming
Multibank
One- bank

U

26
6
20

49
30
19

3
1
2

52
31
21

88

3

91

1,782
1,195
587

2,712

1,576
1,050
526

2,404

v

5,273

4 168

550

495

Totals by state-branching classification
Statewide
branching
Multibank . . .
One-bank . . .

22

252
77
1756

483
310
173

12,965
5,329
7,636

13,448
5,639
7,809

1,933

17,738

19,671

466,778
176,822
289,956

593,362

350,468
131,736
218,733

444,470

Limited
branching, . . .
Multibank . , .
One-bank. .

17

586
156
430 »

1,530
1,104
426

7,383
4,938
2,445

8,913
6,042
2,871

6,005

14,888

20,893

242,481
160,592
81,889

413,725

189,870
128,547
61,323

340,876

12

1,312
116
1,1966

2,088
896
1,192

1,165
506
659

3,253
1,402
1,851

6,769

2,160

8,929

195,673
99,566
96,107

310,608

150,753
77,893
72,859

249,708

Unit banking...
Multibank . , .
One-bank .

268



74.2. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups, December 31,1978
Domestic data only—Continued
B. Summary totals and comparisons
50 states and District of Columbia
Item

Holding company
groups 4

Banking offices (number):
Total
Banks
Branches
Amounts (millions of dollars) :
Assets
Deposits




.
,

. . . .

All commercial
banks

Holding company
groups as percentage
of all commercial
banks

25,614
4,101
21,513

49,493
14,707
34,786

51.8

904,932
691,091

1,317,695
1,035,055

68.7
66.8

269

75. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups, December 31, 1978
Including foreign data 1
A. Member and nonmember classifications by state
Number

Assets

Deposits

Offices

Holding
Holding
company
com- a
groups zpanies

State, and class of bank

Banks and branches 4
In
As a per- millions
centage of dollars
of all
commercial
banking
offices

Branches 4

Banks

Total

50 states and District of
Columbia —Total
Member
Nonmember

2,2226

2,113&

4,101
1,894
2,207

22,421
17,488
4,933

26,522
19,382
7,140

Alabama
Member
Nonmember

15

15

78
41
37

363
278
85

441
319
122

Alaska
Member
Nonmember

4

2

14
1
7

Arizona
Member
Nonmember

4

4

4
1
3

22

20

49

Colorado
Member
Nonmember

As a perAs a percentage
centage
of all
In
of all
commillions
commercial of dollars mercial
bank
bank
assets
deposits

52.6 1,143,283
66.1 1,011,573
33.9 131,710

73.4
84.7
36.4

910,832
797,363
113,469

72.5
83.3
38.0

50.8
64.2
32.9

9,140
7,345
1,794

62.0
72.3
39.3

7,684
6,158
1,526

60.7
71.2
38.1

17
8
9

13.7
8.9
26.5

260
62
198

13.5
4.4
38.7

220
54
166

14.0
4.7
38.8

204
137
67

208
138
70

40.5
42.3
37.4

3,915
2,803
1,113

38.4
39.1
37.0

3,537
2,535
1,001

39.9
40.7
38.0

24
11
13

76
50
26

100
61
39

15.8
22.8
10.7

2,051
1,547
504

22.1
28.9
12.8

1,723
1,282
441

21.5
28.4
12.6

42

48
14
34

3,645
3,053
592

3,693
3,067
626

85.3
92.8
61.0

181,399
168,568
12,831

94.5
98.2
63.4

149,438
138,076
11,362

94.1
98.0
63.4

91

85

176
104
72

71
50
21

247
154
93

51.6
71.0
35.5

10,614
8,987
1,628

79.4
87.1
53.5

8,873
7,425
1,448

78,8
86.2
54.9

Connecticut
Member
Nonmember

9

9

14
5
9

393
210
183

407
215
192

61.7
68.9
55.2

9,003
5,798
3,205

75.1
84.6
62.4

7,482
4,843
2,639

74.4
84.5
61.0

Delaware . . .
Member
Nonmember

3

2

2
1
1

6
1
5

8
2
6

4.8
20.0
3.8

52
17
34

1.5
21.9!
1.0

45
16
29

1.7
22.6
1.2

District of Columbia
Member
.
Nonmember

5

3

3
3

75
75

78
78

49.4
50.3

3,574
3,574

50.4;
50.9

2,843
2,843

48.7
49.1

48

45

339
173
166

529
291
238

868
464
404

62.9
73.7
53.9

27,912
18,221
9,691

74.5
82.9
62.6

23,788
15,121
8,667

73.8
82.2
62.7

24

19

48
21
27

392
324
68

440
345
95

35.7
68.2
13.1

12,242
10,723
1,518

58.9
82.2
19.6

9,005
7,680
1,325

54.3
79.1
19.3

Hawaii
Member
Nonmember

3

3

3

142

145

74.0

3,382

80.3

2,970

80.2

3

142

145

79.2

3,382

83.5

2,970

83.5

Idaho
Member
Nonmember

5

5

6
3
3

130
102
28

136
105
31

54.0
54.1
53.4

2,311
1,764
547

53.8
50.0
71,1

1,891
1,408
483

52.5
48.2
70.7

Illinois
Member . . .
Nonmember

218

212

214
83
131

176
122
54

390
205
185

22.4
26.7
19.0

83,198
75, 840 !
7,358

68.5
80.1
27.5

63,192
56,687
6,505

67.0
77.6
30.6

Indiana
Member
Nonmember

36

33

34
16
18

322
234
88

356
250
106

24.6
34.6
14.6

10,323
8,227
2,096

36.6
46.5
19.9

7,839
6,068
1,771

33.1
42.3
19.0

198

186

247
70
177

307
134
173

554
204
350

47.3
62.4
41.4

9,446
5,131
4,315

52.8
62.6
44.6

8,112
4,223
3,888

51.9
61.4
44.5

240

233

237
66
171

152
77
75

389
143
246

45.3
49.0
43.5

6,639
3,316
3,323

48.9
50.5
47.5

5,639
2,700
2,938

48.2
49.2
47.2

..

Arkansas
Member
Nonmember

. .

California
Member
Nonmember

,

Florida .
Member
Nonmember
Georgia
Member .
Nonmember

....

Iowa . . . .
Member
Nonmember
Kansas
Member
Nonmember

, .
. .
..

270



. .

75. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups, December 31,1978
Including foreign data 1—Continued
A. Member and nonmember classifications by state—Continued
Number

Assets

Deposits

Offices
Holding
comHolding
pany
com- 2
panies groups 2 > 3

State, and class of bank

Banks and branches 4
Branches 4

Banks

Total

In
As a per- millions
centage of dollars
of all
commercial
banking
offices

As a perAs a percentage
centage
of all
In
of all
commillions
commercial of dollars mercial
bank
bank
assets
deposits

15

15

16
8
8

165
149
16

181
157
24

18.0
35.8
4.2

4,878
4,596
282

30.4
50.3
4.1

3,744
3,490
254

27.4
46.6
4.1

17

16

18
9
9

162
113
49

180
122
58

18.5
30.6
10.1

6,235
5,109
1,126

32.5
46.8
13.7

4,992
4,033
959

30.6
44.7
13.2

Maine . .
Member
Nonmember

7

7

26
12
14

225
104
121

251
116
135

74.5
66.3
83.3

2,197
1,021
1,176

73.0
63.0
84.7

1,900
877
1,023

73.3
63.5
84.6

Maryland
Member
Nonmember

13

9

23
9
14

609
371
238

632
380
252

65.0
74.5
54.5

10,527
6,375
4,152

75.0
81.8
66.4

8,446
4,902
3,543

73.0
79.5
65.5

Massachusetts
Member
Nonmember

31

29

78
40
38

780
444
336

858
484
374

77.0
76.6
77.6

25,501
20,272
5,228

90.9
94.0
80.5

19,728
15,342
4,386

90.4
93.2
81.8

43

41

152
95
57

1,226
999
227

1,378
1,094
284

63.4
69.3
47.7

36,678
32,837
3,841

76.2
82.1
47.2

30,324
26,866
3,458

74.7
80.8
47.1

143

139

273
123
150

115
73
42

388
196
192

41.1
59.0
31,4

18,484
14,756
3,728

73.9
86.3
47.1

14,630
11,268
3,362

71.3
84.2
47.1

7

7

7
4
3

130
125
5

137
129
8

16.7
41.5
1,6

2,877
2,777
100

30.5
60.4
2.1

2,420
2,330
90

29.1
58.7
2.1

Missouri. .
Member
Nonmember

124

119

326
80
246

253
75
178

579
155
424

51.5
59.2
49.1

22,069
13,460
8,609

75.5
85.3
63.9

17,151
9,605
7,546

73.0
82.5
63.7

Montana
Member t
Nonmember

33

33

71
46
25

17
12
5

88
58
30

46.8
49,6
42.3

3,001
2,524
477

67.3
72.4
49.2

2,636
2,207
429

66.6
71.6
49.1

200

196

201
60
141

199
158
41

400
218
182

57.9
73.2
46.3

6,515
4,653
1,862

68.1
79.2
50.5

5,475
3,788
1,686

66.8
77.6
51.0

3

2

3
2
1

86
73
13

89
75
14

64.0
66.4
53.8

2,038
1,745
293

62.0
63.2
55.7

1,778
1,511
267

61.8
63.0
55.9

7

7

21
14
7

41
32
9

62
46
16

29.1
32.4
22.5

1,007
717
290

37.1
44.0
26.8

881
625
257

36.8
43.9
26.4

New Jersey
Member
Nonmember

18

18

47
35
12

791
680
111

838
715
123

48.6
55.4
28.2

17,745
15,930
1,815

55.1
62.6
26.9

14,802
13,202
1,600

53.8
61.4
26.7

New Mexico
Member
Nonmember

11

10

33
20
13

116
73
43

149
93
56

47.2
52.0
40.9

2,703
1,856
847

55.1
57.2'
51.1

2,366
1,622
744

55.1
57.6
50.3

New York
Member
Nonmember

56

41

89
60
29

3,426
3,199
227

'3,515
3,259
256

85.0
87.4
62.7

354,287
342,334
11,954

87.4
98.1
21.2

275,535
267,449
8,086

90.4
97.9
25.7

North Carolina
Member
Nonmember

10

10

13
6
7

1,036
677
359

1,049
683
366

59.1
81.1
39.2

15,249
12,405
2,844

73.9
89.1
42.3

12,316
9,795
2,521

72.3
88.1
42.5

North Dakota
Member. ,
Nonmember

33

32

63
23
40

59
33
26

122
56
66

41.9
60.2
33.3

2,183
1,386
797

49.2
69.3
32.7

1,954
1,238
716

50.6
69.5
34.5

Kentucky .
Member ,
Nonmember
Louisiana ,
Member . .
Nonmember

. . .

Michigan
Member
Nonmernber

....

Minnesota
Member . . .
Nonmember
Mississippi
Member
Nonmember

Nebraska.
Member
Nonmember
Nevada ...
Member
Nonmember
New Hampshire
Member
Nonmember




..

. .
...

271

75. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups, December 31,1978
Including foreign data 1—Continued
A. Member and nonmember classifications by state—Continued
Assets

Number

Deposits

Offices
Holding
Holding
comcom- 2
Pany 2
groupso- 3,
panies

State, and class of bank

Banks and branches 4

As a perAs a percentage
centage
In
of all
In
of all
As a per- millions
commillions
comcentage of dollars mercial of dollars mercial
of all
bank
bank
comassets
deposits
mercial
banking
offices

Branches 4

Banks

Total

Ohio
Member . .
Nonmember

29

28

158
115
43

1,182
1,017
165

1,340
1,132
208

55.0
57.8
43.6

33,806
31,061
2,745

68.6
71.1
49.0

26,609
24,268
2,341

66.3
68.8
47.8

Oklahoma
Member . .
Nonmember

116

112

114
55
59

125
103
22

239
158
81

33.6
40.9
24.8

9,760
8,040
1,720

57.3
67.7
33.3

8,124
6,593
1,532

55.6
65.9
33.3

4

4

4
3
1

374
329
45

378
332
46

63.9
97.9
18.2

8,980
8,366
614

77.5
98.8
19.7

7,202
6,672
529

75.8
98.7
19.3

27

27

29
18
11

1,042
894
148

1,071
912
159

37.8
48.7
16.5

47,930
45,327
2,603

61.0
74.7
14.6

35,210
32,915
2,295

56.9
70.7
15.0

10

10

10
4
6

212
116
96

222
120
102

90.6
98.4
82.9

5,456
3,991
1,465

96.2
99.7
87.8

4,345
3,087
1,257

95.9
99.7
87.8

6

6

6
4
2

352
282
70

358
286
72

47.6
77.7
18.8

3,306
2,933
374

52.6
81.0
14.0

2,708
2,373
335

51.3
79.7
14.5

33

33

46
25
21

111
95
16

157
120
37

51.3
71.4
26.8

2,772
2,360
412

65.7
75.8
37.3

2,478
2,107
371

65.5
75.6
37.3

19

18

62
28
34

458
325
133

520
353
167

39.7
64.5
21.9

10,826
8,859
1,966

54.0
76.1
23.4

9,134
7,376
1,758

52.8
75.0
23.6

120

116

354
197
157

99
55
44

453
252
201

27.8
34.8
22.2

58,654
49,995
8,659

66.0
76.3
37.0

47,412
39,686
7,726

63.8
74.3
36,9

18

18

30
14
16

226
192
34

256
206
50

79.8
91.2
52.6

5,005
4,268
737

85.6
91.6
62.0

4,235
3,598
637

85.5
92.1
61.0

Vermont. ...
Member
Nonmember

3

3

3

32

35

19.8

550

27.0

495

26.8

3

32

35

29.9

550

36.8

495

36.6

Virginia
Member , ,
Nonmember

18

16

95
70
25

1,078
941
137

1,173
1,011
162

74.8
80.6
51.6

79.4
83.8
55.8

14,000
12,357
1,643

78.4
82.8
56.1

4

4

5
5

466
466

471
471

52.4
69.3

16,624
14,801
1,823
•i
13,921
13,921

69.2
82.6

10,578
10,578

69.5
81,1

9

9

10
8
2

6
5
1

16
13
3

5.6
7.7
2.5

484
365
119

5.6
6.2
4.4

398
305
93

5.4
6.0
4.0

Wisconsin
Member . .
Nonmember

74

70

186
52
134

222
132
90

408
184
224

37.4
55.1
29.6

13,794
9,129
4,665

57.7
72.9
41.0

10,973
6,873
4,100

54.9
69.7
40.5

Wyoming . . .
Member
Nonmember .

26

26

49
37
12

3
1
2

52
38
14

57.1
60.3
50.0

1,782
1,480
302

65.7
66.1
63.7

1,576
1,306
270

65.5
65.9
63.8

Oregon

...

Nonmember
Pennsylvania
Member .
Nonmember

.

Rhode Island
Member
Nonmember

.

South Carolina
Member. .
Nonmember

.

South Dakota
Member
Nonmember

.

Tennessee. . .
Member
Nonmember
Texas
Member .
Nonmember
Utah
Member. .
Nonmember

.
.
.
...

.
.

Washington .
Member
Nonmember

.

West Virginia
Member
Nonmember

.

272



...

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75, Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups, December 31, 1978
Including foreign data !—^-Continued
B. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons by state
Number of offices
Type
Number
of
branchof
ing 6 groups51- 3

State, and type of
holding company

50 states and District of
Columbia— Total
Multibank
One-bank

2,113s
314
1,799

All commercial banks

Holding companies
Banks Branches 4

Amounts (millions of dollars)

Total

Banks Branches 4

4,101
2,310
1,791

22,421
11,182
11,239

26,522
13,492
13,030

14,707

35,701

Total

Assets
Holding
companies

Deposits

All commercial
banks

Holding
companies

All commercial
banks

50,408 1,143,283 1,557,071 910,832 1,255,819
531,820
423,691
611,463
487,141

Alabama
Multibank . . .
One-bank

L

15
8
7

78
71
7

363
356
7

441
427
14

312

556

868

9,140
8,995
145

Alaska
Multibank
One-bank

S

3

3

14

17

12

112

124

260

3'

3

14

17

Arizona
Multibank
One-bank

S

4
1
3

4
1
3

204
137
67

208
138
70

25

488

513

3,915
2,803
1,113

10,184

3,537
2,535
1,001

8,871

Arkansas
Multibank
One-bank

L

20

24
6
18

76
27
49

100
33
67

262

371

633

2,051
899
1,152

9,268

1,723
726
998

8,022

18

California..
Multibank
One- bank

S

42
9
33

48
16
32

3,645
629
3,016

3,693
645
3,048

244

4,087

4,331

181,399
19,925
161,475

191,927 149,438
16,499
132,939

158,786

U

85
13
72

176
105
71

71
52
19

247
157
90

393

86

479

10,614
8 956
1,658

13,366

8,873
7 419
1,454

11,256

Connecticut
Multibank
One-bank

S

9
3
6

14
8
6

393
93
300

407
101
306

65

595

660

9,003
1 625
7,378

11,992

7,482
1,366
6,117

10,062

Delaware
Multibank
One- bank

S

2

2

6

8

19

147

166

52

3,411

45

2,611

2

2

6

8

District of Columbia
Multibank
One- bank

S

3
1
2

3
1
2

75
19
56

78
20
58

17

141

158

3,574
641
2,934

7,087

2,843
501
2,342

5,839

Florida
Multibank
One-bank

L

45
28
17

339
322
17

529
507
22

868
829
39

617

762

1,379

27,912
26,418
1,493

37,449

23,788
22,472
1,315

32,214

L

19
8
11

48
38
10

392
381
11

440
419
21

440

793

1,233

12,242
12,018
224

20,793

9,005
8,809
196

16,590

S

3
1
2

3
1
2

142
13
129

145
14
131

11

185

196

3,382
352
3,030

4,212

2,970
325
2 644

3,705

Idaho
Multibank
One-bank

S

5
3
2

6
4
2

130
120
10

136
124
12

24

228

252

2,311
2,085
226

4,296

1,891
1 710
181

3,602

Illinois
Multibank
One-bank . . . .

U

212
2
210

214
5
209

176
1
175

390
6
384

1,277

466

1,743

83,198
241
82 957

121,380

63,192
218
62,974

94,256

Indiana
Multibank
One-bank

L

33

34
2
32

322
13
309

356
15
341

406

1,041

1,447

10,323
327
9,996

28,221

7,839
298
7,542

23,702

32
L

186
10
176

247
73
174

307
111
130

554
250
304

657

515

1,172

9,446
4,935
4,512

17,882

8,112
4,125
3,986

15,628

Kansas
Multibank
One-bank

U

233
6
227

237
11
226

152
14
138

389
25
364

617

241

858

6,639
623
6,016

13,569

5,639
508
5,130

11,707

Kentucky
Multibank .
One-bank

L

15
1
14

16
2
14

165
50
115

181
52
129

344

661

1,005

4,878
1 778
3,100

16,047

3,744
1,340
2,405

13,690

Colorado
Multibank ...
One-bank

. . .

Georgia
Multibank
One- bank

. ,

Hawaii
Multibank
One-bank

. .

.

Iowa . . . .
Multibank
One-bank . . .




....

14,737

1,922

260

7,684
7,555
129

12,658

220

1,570

220

52

45

273

75. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups, December 31, 1978
Including foreign data l—Continued
B. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons by state—Continued
Number of offices
State, and type of
holding company

TVp

Number
of
branching^ groups 2- a

Holding companies

Banks Branches *

Amounts (millions of dollars)

All commercial banks

Total

Banks

Branches 4

Total

Assets

Deposits

Holding
companies

All commercial
banks

Holding
companies

AH commercial
banks

16
1
15

162
3
159

180
6
174

256

718

974

6,235
86
6,149

19,157

4,992
75
4,917

16,291

15

S

7
5
2

26
24
2

225
213
12

251
,237
14

43

294

337

2,197
2,047
150

3,009

1,900
1,776
123

2,591

Maryland
Multibank
One-bank

S

9
4
5

23
18
5

609
276
333

632
294
338

106

866

972

10,527
4,519
6,008

14,041

8,446
3,869
4,576

11,576

Massachusetts
Multibank
One-bank

L

29
14
15

78
63
15

780
661
119

858
724
134

152

962

1,114

25,501
23,677
1,823

28,062

19,728
18,209
1,519

21,833

Michigan
Multibank
One-bank

L

41
22
19

152
133
19

1,226
1,089
137

1,378
1,222
156

365

1,809

2,174

36,678
33,776
2,902

48,165

30,324
27,837
2,487

40,583

Minnesota
Multibank
One-bank .

U

139
8
131

273
142
131

115
80
35

388
222
166

761

183

944

18,484
15,591
2,893

25,008

14,630
12,039
2,591

20,525

Mississippi
Multibank
One-bank

L

7

7

130

137

185

636

821

2,877

9,445

2,420

8,314

7

7

130

137

Missouri
Multibank

u

119
31
88

326
238
88

253
212
41

579
450
129

720

405

1,125

22,069
19,507
2,562

29,247

17,151
14,925
2,226

23,495

Montana
MuUibank

U

33
6
27

71
44
27

17
14

88
58
30

163

25

188

3,001
2,460
541

4,458

2,636
2,148
489

3,955

Nebraska
Multibank
One-bank

U

196
3
193

201
8
193

199
34
165

400
42
358

459

232

691

6,515
1,390
5,125

9,562

5,475
1 107
4,368

8,193

Nevada
Multibank
One-bank

S

2
1
1

3

86
59
27

89
61
28

9

130

139

2,038
1,600
438

3,287

1,778
1 407
371

2,877

New Hampshire .
Multibank
One-bank

L

7
4
3

21
18

41
38
3

62
56
6

79

134

213

1,007
925
82

2,711

881
813
69

2,394

New Jersey
Multibank
One-bank

S

18
8
10

47
37
10

791
576
215

838
613
225

184

1,542

1,726

17,745
12,596
5,149

32,197

14,802
10,535
4,266

27,493

New Mexico
Multibank

L

10
5
5

33
28
5

116
102
14

149
130
19

87

229

316

2,703
2,382
321

4,905

2,366
2,091
274

4,295

New York
Multibank
One-bank

S

41
16
25

89
65
24

3,426
1,947
1,479

3,515
2,012
1,503

298

3,838

4,136

354,287
180,944
173 344

405,246

275,535
139,153
136,382

304,678

North Carolina
Multibank
One-bank

S

10
1