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

ANNUAL STATISTICAL DIGEST

1981




October 1982

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Preface

The ANNUAL STATISTICAL DIGEST is designed as a
compact source of economic—and, especially, financial—data. The object is to lighten the burden of assembling time series by providing a single source of historical
continuations of the statistics carried regularly in the
Federal Reserve Bulletin.
The DIGEST also offers a continuation of series that
formerly appeared regularly in the Bulletin, as well as
certain special, irregular tables, which the Bulletin also
once carried. The domestic nonfinancial series included
are those for which the Board of Governors is the primary
source. Sources of data other than the Federal Reserve
are listed in Part 3—Notes to Tables.
This issue of the DIGEST covers only 1981 unless data
were revised for earlier years; exceptions are noted in
the Table of Contents. The DIGEST serves to maintain
the historical series first published in Banking and Monetary Statistics, 1941-1970, and the DIGEST, 1970-1979.
In 1985, a DIGEST containing data for 1980-84 will
appear; and thereafter, every fifth year, the DIGEST will




cover either ten or five years. In the intervening years,
the DIGEST will contain data only for the previous year
(again, except when data for earlier years have been
revised). In this issue, series include revisions to all the
data available through July 1982. The current coverage
of the series, any changes in the coverage, and other
pertinent details are given in Part 3—Notes to Tables.
The numbering system for the tables contained in this
issue differs slightly from those in previous issues of the
DIGEST and in the Bulletin. As a guide to tables that
cover the same material in these publications, the Board's
staff has prepared a concordance, which accompanies
this DIGEST. A glossary of Federal Reserve terms is available free of charge from Publications Services, Board of
Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington,
D.C. 20551. Suggestions for making the DIGEST more
useful may be sent to the Economic Editing Unit, Stop
96, at the same address.
Please note that the index refers to table numbers, not
page numbers.

Symbols and Abbreviations

CD
FHA
IPCs
n.e.c.
NOW
REIT
RP
SDR

Certificate of deposit
Federal Housing Administration
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Not elsewhere classified
Negotiable order of withdrawal
Real estate investment trust
Repurchase agreement
Special drawing
right

SMSA
VA
*

...
n.a.

Standard metropolitan statistical area
Veterans Administration
Amount is less than one-half the smallest
unit in the table (for example, less than 50,000
when the unit is millions and data are shown
to one decimal place).
Not applicable
Not available

"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

The data shown in this issue of the DIGEST are in general for 1981. The exceptions are indicated in parentheses
after the table titles.

Part 1-Regular Tables
1.

2.

3.

4.
5.

6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

11.
12.
13.
14.

Monetary and credit aggregates and interest rates
A.I. Quarterly changes (monetary and credit aggregates) (1978-81)
A.2. Quarterly (interest rates)
B.
Monthly changes (monetary and credit aggregates only) (1978-81)
Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit
A.
Annual and monthly averages
B.
Weekly averages of daily figures
C.
Wednesday figures
D.
End-of-year and end-of-month figures
Reserves and borrowings of depository institutions
A.
Annual and monthly averages
,
B.
Weekly averages of daily figures
Federal funds and repurchase agreements of large member banks
Federal Reserve Bank interest rates
A.
Short-term adjustment credit to depository institutions
B.
Extended credit to depository institutions
Depository institutions reserve requirements, December 31, 1981
Margin requirements (1968-81)
Maximum interest rates payable on time and savings deposits at federally insured institutions
Federal Reserve open market transactions
Federal Reserve Banks
A.
Consolidated condition statement
B.
Federal Reserve note statement
C.
Maturity distribution of loans and securities held
Demand deposits, debits, and deposit turnover, by major banking group
A.
Seasonally adjusted
B.
Not seasonally adjusted
Savings deposits, debits, and deposit turnover, by type of depositor
Measures and components of the money stock (1978-81)
A.
Seasonally adjusted
B.
Not seasonally adjusted
Aggregate reserves of depository institutions and monetary base (1978-81)
A.
Adjusted for changes in reserve requirements
B.
Not adjusted for changes in reserve requirements




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3
4
6
7
10
13
14
15
17
19
19
20
20
21
22
23
24
24
25
25
25
26
27
28
29

Contents—Continued

15.

16.

17.

18.

19.

20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.

28.

29.

Loans and securities of all commercial banks (1973-81)
A.
Seasonally adjusted
B.
Not seasonally adjusted
Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series (1980-81)
A.
Domestically chartered commercial banks
B.
All commercial banking institutions
Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over—Domestic and foreign offices
A.
March 31, 1981
B.
June 30, 1981
C.
September 30, 1981
D.
December 31, 1981
Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over—Domestic offices
A.
March 31, 1981
B.
June 30, 1981
C.
September 30, 1981
D.
December 31, 1981
Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities—Domestic offices
A.
March 31, 1981
B.
June 30, 1981
C.
September 30, 1981
D.
December 31, 1981
All large weekly reporting commercial banks
A.
Assets and liabilities
B.
Balance sheet memoranda
Large weekly reporting commercial banks—Total commercial and industrial
loans classified by industry
Gross demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Commercial paper and bankers dollar acceptances outstanding
A.
Commercial paper, seasonally adjusted (1979-81)
B.
Bankers dollar acceptances, not seasonally adjusted
Prime rate charged by banks on short-term business loans
Terms of lending at commercial banks—Based on surveys of loans made
Interest rates in money and capital markets
A.
Annual and monthly averages
B.
Weekly averages
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
A.
Savings and loan associations (1980-81)
B.
Mutual savings banks
C.
Life insurance companies (1980-81)
D.
Credit unions (1980-81)
Federal fiscal and financing operations




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35
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
74
76
76
77
77
78
78

B

80
81
86
86
86
87
87
88
89
89
90

30.

31.
32.
33.

34.

35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.

50.
51.

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
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
U.S. government securities dealers
A.
Transactions
B.
Positions
C.
Financing
Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies
New security issues of state and local governments
New security issues of corporations
Open-end investment companies
Corporate profits and their distribution (1979-81)
Current assets and liabilities of nonfinancial corporations (1976-81)
Total nonfarm business expenditures on new plant and equipment
Domestic finance companies—Assets and liabilities
Business credit of domestic finance companies
A.
Accounts receivable
B.
Extensions and repayments
Mortgage markets
Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property (1979-81)
Installment credit—Total outstanding, and net change (1980-81)
Installment credit—Extensions and liquidations (1980-81)
Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, December 31, 1981
A.
All sectors
B.
Private nonbank financial institutions
Flow of funds accounts, 1970-81
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
Selected measures of nonfinancial business activity
Output, capacity, and capacity utilization
A.
Output
B.
Capacity
C.
Capacity utilization




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92
93
93
94
94
94
94
95
95
95
95
96
99
102
103
104
105
106
106
106
107
107
108
108
109
110
112
114
116
118
120
122
124
126
127
127
127

Contents—Continued

52.
53.
54.
55.

56.

57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
66.
67.
68.
69.
70.
71.

Industrial production
Summary of U.S. international transactions (1980-81)
U.S. reserve assets
Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions (1978-81)
A.
By type
B.
By area
Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States
A.
By holder and type of liability
B.
By area and country
Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States (December 1980-81)
Banks' own and domestic customers' claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars,
reported by banks in the United States (December 1980-81)
Banks' own claims on unaffiliated foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States (December 1980-81)
Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies, reported by banks
in the United States
Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign holdings and transactions (1979-81)
Foreign official assets held at Federal Reserve Banks
Foreign transactions in securities (1979-81)
Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States (1979-81)
Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States (1979-81)
Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks (1980-81)
Claims on foreign countries held by U.S. offices and foreign branches of U.S.-chartered banks
(1980-81)
Discount rates of foreign central banks
Foreign short-term interest rates
Index of weighted-average value of U.S. dollar
Foreign exchange rates

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131
132
133
134
136
138
140
141
141
142
145
146
149
151
153
157
158
158
158
159

Part 2-Special Tables
72.
73.
74.
75.
76.

Statement of condition of Federal Reserve Banks, December 31, 1981
Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks
Banks and branches—Number in operation, December 31, 1981, by state
Number of par banking offices, December 31, 1981
Banking offices in the United States—Number, and changes in number, December 31, 1981
A.
Banks (head offices), by type
B.
Branches, additional offices, and facilities, by type of bank




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166
168
170
170
171

77.
78.
79.

80.

81.

82.
83.
84.

85.
86.
87.
88.

Changes in offices of commercial banks and nondeposit trust companies during 1981—Summary,
by state
Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state
Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups
A.
Summary totals and comparisons
B.
Multibank and one-bank classifications—Summary
C.
Details, by state
D.
Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state
Consolidated report of income
A.
All insured commercial banks
B.
Insured commercial banks with foreign offices
Income, expenses, and dividends of member banks, by Federal Reserve District
A.
All member banks
B.
Large banks
C.
Other-than-large banks
Selected assets and liabilities of minority-owned banks, by size of bank, December 31, 1981
Denominations of U.S. currency in circulation
Assets of pension funds (1980-81)
A.
Totals for private and public funds
B.
Types held by private noninsured funds
Finance rates on selected types of installment credit
Security credit reported by nonbank lenders subject to margin regulations, June 30, 1981
Detailed debit and credit balances at brokers carrying margin accounts
Commitments of life insurance companies for income-property mortgages (1979-81)

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173
184
184
185
192
199
202
204
206
208
210
211
211
211
211
211
212
213

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

217
231

Part 4—Index to Tables
Index to tables



237

Part 1—Regular Tables




1. Monetary and credit aggregates and interest rates
A.I. Quarterly changes (monetary and credit aggregates)
Annual rate of change, seasonally adjusted, in percent1
1978

Item

1979

Qi

Q2

10 7
10 5
17 3
10 3

6.1
68
-.4
86

7.2
72
4.8
83

Q3

Qi

Q2

.7
5
3.4
80

-2.0
-I 9
-2.5
64

-2.8
-2 7
-7 3
59

55
52
77
89

9.3
85
25
86

Q4

Q3

Q4

1
2
3
4

Member bank reserves
Total
Required
Nonborrowed
Monetary base^

5
6
7
8

Concepts of money and liquid assets*
Ml
M2
....
M3
L

79
81
10.9
11 7

9 I
8.0
11.9
12 7

78
7.5
10.3
11 2

72
83
10.2
11 4

51
7.0
8.8
11.4

100
10 6
10.5
14 2

93
95
109
12 7

45
56
7.7
75

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
Total
Savings4
Small-denomination time^
Large-denomination time6
Thrift institutions7 . .

12 7
57
54
30.5
10 2

14.7
43
6.7
36.1
9.7

11.6
-3 4
12.6
28.6
9.8

9.1
-4 8
14.0
20.4
10.7

7.3
-119
18.4
17.9
9.1

3.4
-5 9
23.3
-6.1
8.6

94
-5 6
25 0
8.8
75

10.9
-17 9
30.2
18.3
4.7

11 2

14 2

13.0

12 4

15.5

13.4

14 2

7.3

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

Qi

Q2

9
10
11
12
13

....

...

14 Total loans and securities at commercial banks8

19 80

1
2
3
4

Member bank reserves
Total
Required
Nonborrowed
.
Monetary base2

5
6
7
8

Concepts of money and liquid assets*
Ml
M2
M3
L
...

9
10
11
12
13

19 81
Q3

Q4

67
7.5
58
8.3

14 Total loans and securities at commercial banks** . ,

5.5
6.4
10.7
5.2

4.2
5.0
-2 4
5.8

40
3.1
79
4.3

3.2
3.5
10.5
3.9

-3 2
5.2
67
8.0

14 1
14.1
13 1
99

11 1
8.8
10 7
10 1

4.6
7.5
11 2
11.6

93
12.0
12 2
106

3
83
11 2
11 9

57
8.9
92
10.6

12.4
-194
35.2
13 4
5.3

5.8
18 6
2.8
-2
10.0

15 3
2
15 3
27 2
86

16.0
-28 4
28.5
34 3
4.0

11 9
-8 8
16 2
19 9
32

18 4
-22 8
243
36 0
26

83
-11 8
20 8
54
27

92

...

14.3
13.0
48
10.6

75
-14 3
25 6
77
26

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
Total 4
Savings
Small-denomination time^
Large-denomination time6
Thrift institutions7 .

6.6
5.7
12.4
9.0

68
74
80
86

..

.4
.6
7.5
6.1

2.1

6.9

13.1

11.1

8.4

87

36

A.2. Quarterly (interest rates)
Level, percent per annum
1981

Qi
1
2
3
4

Short-term rates
Federal funds9
Discount window borrowing1^
Treasury bills (3-month market yield)11
Commercial paper (3-month)"1 '-

5
6
7
8

Long-term rates
Bonds
U S government13
State and local government14 . . . .
Aaa utility (new issue)'^
Conventional mortgages16




.

.

.,

. . .

...

....

...

..

....

...

..

....

. .

Q2

Q3

Q4

16 57
13.00
14 39
15 34

17 78
13.62
14 91
16 15

17 58
14.00
15 05
16 78

13 59
13.04
11 75
13 04

12.74
9 97
1445
15.10

13.49
10 69
15 41
16.15

14.51
12 11
16 82
17.50

14
12
15
17

14
54
67
33

1. Monetary and credit aggregates and interest rates—Continued
B. Monthly changes (monetary and credit aggregates only)A
Annual rate of change, seasonally adjusted, in percent1
Item

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1978
1
2
3
4

Member bank reserves
Total
Required
Nonborrowed
Monetary base2

25.5
22.8
29.0
14.0

7.6
8.6
10.5
10.4

-5.8
-4.4
-3.1
5.3

5
6
7
8

Concepts of money and liquid assets*
Ml
M2
M3
L

14.3
8.8
10.5
12.0

-.4
6.0
8.8
9.7

5.0
9.0
13.7
14.3

13.7
7.5
11.4
12.1

11.1
9.6
14.1
14.5

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
9 Total 4
10 Savings .
1 1 Small-denomination time5
12 Large-denomination time**
13 Thrift institutions7

11.8
7.8
6.3
23.0
8.7

12.3
5.5
6.3
27.6
9.0

17.8
7.7
5.6
43.4
11.5

13.3
2.7
5.6
34.3
8.3

14 Total loans and securities
at commercial banks**

11.4

10.7

13.6

14.9

13.8
15.3
18.5
10.1

11.7
11.0
4.1
7.4

-8.3
-7.4
-2.4
5.0

6.2
5.3
9.2
10.4

6.3
7.4
-1.1
9.6

-7.6
-9.7
12.3
5.4

-.9
-1.2
-6.6
6.2

7.9
6.4
7.5
9.3

6.2
5.8
9.5
10:8

5.8
8.8
11.6
12.0

12.2
10.2
10.9
10.7

4.0
6.9
7.3
8.3

7.0
8.2
13.1
15.6

8.3
7.7
9.9
12.4

16.5
4.9
7.6
39.4
9.6

9.9
11.6
-.5 -10.3
11.0
14.3
21.3
34.9
10.8
7.9

9.7
-3.8
12.1
22.8
11.2

12.6
3.8
16.6
18.8
10.5

2.2
-4.9
12.5
.6
10.6

17.2
-8.2
11.7
50.6
10.5

5.5
-16.0
17.4
17.7
10.6

14.7

14.2

14.5

8.3

12.6

12.2

14.1

12.0

4.2
1.4
17.0
7.9

9.6
10.0
18.8
9.4

3.3
3.0
6.5
10.1

8.8
9.9
.1
11.0

16.5
13.9
-6.8
11.0

-2.8
-1.9
1.1
2.3

17.9
15.1
34.2
7.4

14.8
12.0
11.1
16.8

11.8
8.3
10.0
10.9

6.9
10.0
11.6
10.3

6.6
7.7
11.9
11.9

3.7
3.6
7.3
7.1

1.2
4,2
2.9
3.7

6.5
5.8
5.8
4.4

1.1
3.3
-6.3
0
25.5
23.2
-8.9
-19.0
7.3
9.3

12.0
-7,0
21.6
20.4
7.2

13.2
-7.0
29.1
17.3
8.2

15.1

15.0

10.8

6.3
13.0
8.2
10.5
-1.8 -10.2
7.4
11.8

1979
\
2
3
4

Member bank reserves
Total
Required
Nonborrowed
Monetary base^

7.8 -16.0
8.4 -15.9
3.3 -15.5
2.2
9.5

0
1.8
-.6
6.7

5
6
7
8

Concepts of money and liquid assets*
Ml
M2
M3,
L

2.6
4.7
6.0
8.6

2.0
6.6
8.0
9.5

10.5
12.0
11.7
16.1

18.6
11.8
10.5
13.3

2.5
9.1
-15.6 -10.2
12.4
26.0
6.6
19.7
9.0
6.3

5.2
-.6
14.7
2.2
12.7

3.3
-9.7
29.7
-9.9
6.4

10.4

13.0

15.0

9
10
11
12
13

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
Total
Savings4
5
Small-denomination time6
Large-denomination time
Thrift institutions7

14 Total loans and securities 8
at commercial banks




21.9

-3.2
-2.3
-2.0
-2.9
.2 -33.3
4.2
6.9
-2.3
8.1
9,7
14.0

11.5

1.8
9.9
10.3
15.9
-9.4
-14.2
-26.5
-23.6
17.7
43.9
27.3
24.6
24 .1
6.8 -3.1
30.8
5.2
3.6
5.6
3.6

18.0

4.5

-2.4

10.1

1. Monetary and credit aggregates and interest rates—Continued
B. Monthly changes (monetary and credit aggregates only)A—Continued
Annual rate of change, seasonally adjusted, in percent1

Jan.

Item

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1980

1
2
3
4

Member bank reserves
Total
Required
Nonborrowed
Monetary base~

5.5
2.8
5.3
42
63
80
13.5 -11.2 -34.4
77
84
108

5
6
7
8

Concepts of money and liquid assets*
Ml
M2
M3
L

89
7.8
8.6
105

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
9 Total 4
10 Savings
1 1 Small-denomination times
12 Large-denomination time^
13 Thrift institutions7

...

14 Total loans and securities 8
at commercial banks

98
10.4
12.1
120

.2
- l
13.3
41

-8.9
-8.3
40.7
4.9

6.6
5.8
28.4
8.7

2.8
.1
2.3
7.9

13.7
13.2
5.1
12 3

19.1
20 7
-2.0
100

3.9
55
4.1
10 2

30.3
20 5
6.9
13 1

3.4
36
156
53

0
-15 8
6.2 -3.4
-.3
6.7
53
90

-2.8
9.7
11.7
9.9

14.5
14.8
12.0
6.1

13.1
16.0
14.0
10.0

21.4
14.9
15.5
14.7

16.6
8.2
7.9
6.8

14.0
8.0
10.3
8.3

58
11.6
13.6
13 8

-8 6
.1
6.5
91

2.8
.7
11.8
25.1
27.7
-6.0
-.4
17.3 -2.6
18.5 -15.3 -10.0
10.6
9.0
10.1

8.9
16.2
3.5
9.1
12.3

12.5
8.3
7.4
22 0
5.1

10.8
2.5
9.1
196
7.8

17.7
25.9
1 9 -41 6
30.2
29.7
48 2
396
6.4
12.0

-.1

8.2

16.5

7.7

10.5

17.4

18.2

14.1
17.0
9.9
5.6
-69 -16 3 -21 6 -440
56.5
42.2
24.0
18.9
126
21 6
17 2
42
2.8
41
2.0
-.4
9.2

13.9

8.8

-1.7

-3.3

1981

1
2
3
4

Member bank reserves
Total
Required
Nonborrowed
Monetary base~

22
6.6
11 8
3.0

1 4
2.1
43
5.3

35
5.8
13 3
36

6.6
53
8.8
3.9
-21.2
-5 2
4.0
9.5

-.2
-2.7
5.9
2.7

3.3
3.2
14.9
5.8

2.5
4.0
10.8
2.9

15 1
11.5
14.5
6.0

-5 8
-1.8
2.5
.7

10
-1.0
170
3.3

11 3
12.1
12 3
11.3

5
6
7
8

Concepts of money and liquid assets*
Ml
M2
M3
L

9.8
69
12.8
13 6

4.3
90
107
105

14.3
164
13 3
99

25.2 -11.4
6.4
15 6
11.1
13.2
13.5
86

-2.2
5.9
9.8
11.4

2.8
8.8
11.8
11.4

4.8
12.8
13.4
13.9

.3
4.0
6.8
8.2

4.7
7.6
7.3
10.6

9.7
13 7
13.2
13 5

12.4
85
7.4
62

81
18 9
-21.1
-45.8
17.1
36.9
16.5
43.6
7
20

82
.7
16.5
3.9
42

19.3
20.8
15.6
22.6
69
-21.4 -32.7
-2.1 -16.6 -20.4
36.1
21.5
18.9
11.6
19.1
33.0
30.5
42.5
6.8
50.5
2
4.4
2.0
1.0
9.0

9.8
-22.4
23.7
11.2
-2.5

6.2
-16.8
22.2
.4
5.1

6.9
8.5
17.4
-5.2
4.2

16
4.6
-.3
2.2
1 3

5.2

5.6

3.3

-10.1

9
10
11
12
13

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
Total
Savings4
Small-denomination time 5
Large -denomination timeft
Thrift institutions7

14 Total loans and securities 8
at commercial banks




11.4

3.3

5.1

6.6

16.2

9.7

6.7

8.6

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit
A. Annual and monthly averages, 1981
Millions of dollars
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

145,291

142,903

140,402

140,957

143,784

144,217

144,803

121,920
121,433
487
8,834
8,748
86
121
1,363
3,202
9,851

119,362
118,795
567
8,812
8,739
73
68
1,405
4,245
9,011

116,509
116,509
0
8,739
8,739
0
0
1,278
3,784
10,092

118,098
118,033
65
8,751
8,734
17
35
1,004
2,963
10,106

120,008
119,468
540
8,775
8,720
55
69
1,343
3,331
10,258

119,937
119,819
118
8,738
8,720
18
20
2,154
3,237
10,131

120,637
120,333
304
8,773
8,710
63
155
2,038
3,278
9,922

11,154
2,950
13,595

11,160
2,518
13,465

11,159
2,518
13,498

11,156
2,653
13,506

11,154
2,818
13,538

11,154
2,818
13,597

11,154
2,826
13,587

136,944
465

133,443
440

131,879
451

132,553
472

134,553
498

135,684
509

136,730
498

3,166
330
481

3,172
380
541

3,297
319
401

3,045
319
342

3,353
411
295

3,210
342
283

3,049
292
367

30
5,002
26,572

n.a.
4,872
27,198

n.a.
4,609
26,620

n.a.
4,782
26,760

n.a.
4,875
27,309

n.a.
4,784
26,974

n.a.
4,810
26,623

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

147,344

Factor
SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
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 .
....
....
Other Federal Reserve assets

12 Gold stock
1 3 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding^ . . .
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
....
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Other
....
20 Required clearing balances . . . .
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . . .
22 Reserve accounts3 . .
....

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS

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 outstanding2 . . . .

.

146,869

145,483

146,058

148,316

151,920

122,882
121,203
1,679
9,067
8,694
373
338
1,751
3,115
10,191

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

, 124,522
123,950
572
8,785
8,694
91
102
1,408
2,773
9,279

123,685
123,685
0
8,671
8,671
0
0
1,473
3,178
8,476

123,497
123,273
224
8,700
8,652
48
58
1,149
3,383
9,271

125,247
124,559
688
8,888
8,776
112
261
695
3,297
9,928

128,505
127,483
1,022
9,291
9,126
165
315
642
3,456
9,711

11,154
3,068
13,613

11,154
3,068
13,627

11,154
3,126
13,648

11,152
3,318
13,641

11,152
3,318
13,712

11,152
3,318
13,707

138,360
468

138,472
450

138,525
453

138,477
455

140,553
450

143,700
443

3,144
309
538

3,208
280
503

3,155
284
592

3,339
353
611

3,061
325
688

2,965
343
605

n.a.
5,249
27,111

26
4,778
27,000

54
4,849
25,499

74
5,171
25,690

91
5,438
25,892

110
5,768
26,163

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
...
...
19 Other
20 Required clearing balances
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve accounts^ . . . .




2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures, 1981
Millions of dollars; end-of-week dates

Jan. 7

Jan. 14

Jan. 21

Jan. 28

Feb. 4

Feb. 11

Feb. 18

Feb. 25

Mar. 4

146,099

143,654

143,113

140,236

139,615

139,610

141,337

140,767

140,421

121,449
119,139
2,310
9050
8,739
311
268
1,113
5,720
8,498

120,543
120,543
0
8,739
8,739
0
0
1,308
4,476
8 587

119,952
119,753
199
8 754
8,739
15
32
1,413
3,767
9 195

116,988
116,988
0
8,739
8,739
0
0
1,790
3,282
9,437

116,737
116,737
0
8,739
8,739
0
0
1,201
3,030
9,907

115,857
115,857
0
8,739
8,739
0
0
1,114
3,502
10,398

117,348
117,348
0
8,739
8,739
0
1,135
3,811
10,305

115,262
115,262
0
8,739
8,739
0
0
1,713
5,343
9,709

117,657
1 17 657
0
8 737
8 737
0
0
1,298
2,802
9928

11 161
2,518
13 427

11 161
2 518
13 431

11 160
2,518
13 438

11,159
2,518
13 446

11,159
2,518
13,638

11,159
2,518
13 460

11,159
2,518
13 465

11,159
2,518
13 474

11 156
2 518
13 677

136,121
436

134 480
439

132,811
437

131,370
443

131,139
445

131,716
451

132,428
453

131,987
452

131 863
461

2 979
373
651

3 085
530
395

3 109
304
672

3,498
275
468

3,288
402
501

3,926
283
431

2,832
346
366

3,376
282
373

2 682
347
420

n.a.
4,909
27 735

n.a.
4,971
26 863

n.a.
4,973
27 920

n.a.
4,753
26 552

n.a.
4,600
26,554

n.a.
4,532
25 409

n.a.
4,635
27 420

n.a.
4,610
26 836

n.a.
4,838
27 161

Mar. 11

Mar. 18

Mar. 25

Apr. 1

Apr. 8

Apr. 15

Apr. 22

Apr. 29

May 6

139,216

141,642

141,487

141,753

141,050

143,305

146,202

144,675

145,041

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

1 16,750
116,750
0
8,736
8,736
0
0
763
3 040
9,927

118 711
118,711
0
8,733
8 733
0
0
773
3 348
10,077

118,667
118,515
152
8,793
8,733
60
38
870
2 896
10,223

118,546
118,381
165
8,753
8,730
23
143
1 464
2,548
10,298

118,396
118,396
0
8,722
8,722
0
0
887
2,945
10,100

119,785
119,785
0
8,720
8,720
0
0
1 142
3,510
10,147

122,542
120,841
1,701
8,839
8,720
119
156
864
3,518
10,283

119,678
1 19,095
583
8,835
8,720
115
112
2,278
3,289
10,483

120 593
120,071
522
8,800
8 720
80
89
2 470
2 541
10,549

12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding2

11 156
2,518
13,484

11 156
2,647
13,489

11 155
2,732
13,493

11,155
2,818
13,575

11,154
2,818
13,512

11,154
2,818
13,516

11,154
2,818
13,524

11,154
2,818
13,530

11 154
2,818
13.610

132,378
464

132 765
472

132,630
477

133,023
483

133,905
492

134,983
496

135,045
500

134,344
503

134 783
510

....

3 022
276
291

3 131
391
352

3 242
272
328

2,887
334
322

2,863
329
255

3,033
347
285

3,969
393
320

3,536
580
301

4 175
300
353

20 Required clearing balances
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . . .
22 Reserve accounts**

na
4,704
25,238

na
4,774
27 048

na
4,719
27,200

na
4,832
27,421

na
4,854
25,836

na
4,893
26,756

na
4,897
28,575

na
4,927
27,985

na
4,728
27 773

Factor
SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
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 outstanding2

o

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
1 7 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Other
20 Required clearing balances
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . . .
22 Reserve accounts*'

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

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
1 7 Treasury
1 8 Foreign
19 Other




2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures, 1981—Continued
Millions of dollars; end-of-week dates
May 13

Factor

May 20

May 27

June 3

June 10

June 17

June 24

July 1

JulyS

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
143,591

145,173

143,965

143,666

142,891

144,714

145,983

146,124

146,516

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

118,191
118,191

121,587
121 587

120,112
120,112

119,447
119447

118,900
118 900

120,655
120,655

121,618
120,971

0

0

0

0

121,340
120 684

122,058
121 384

647

656

674

8,720
8,720

8,720
8 720

8,720
8 720

8,720
8 720

8,707
8 707

8,891
8 707

8,791
8 703

8,956
8 694

o

0
0

0

8,718
8 718

o

o

1,733
4,328
10,619

1 954
3,060
9,851

2910
2,359
9,864

12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding2

11,154
2 818
13,539

11,154
2 818
13,543

135,775

514

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

0
0
0

0
0

0

0

o

184
142

88
522

262
339

1 952
4,056
9,491

2 205
3,651
9,418

1 911
3,673
9,769

2,302
2,614
10,415

1 731
3,285
10,455

1 864
2909
10,389

11,154
2 818
13,551

11,154
2 818
13,795

11,154
2 818
13 561

11,154
2 818
13,567

11,154
2 818
13,571

11,154
2 889
13 659

11 154
3068
13 583

135,742

135,958

136,404

136,653

136,956

136,652

136,928

138,372

509

506

504

506

502

495

485

480

3,299

3,119

2,830

2,982

2,613

3,196

3,021

3,213

2,934

555

274
276

258
241

314
401

323
346

258
391

310
321

281
404

406
572

na
4,711
25 976

na
4,938
27 829

na
4,884
26 810

na
4,515
26 312

na
4,368
25 614

n a.
4,636
26 315

n.a.
5,259
27 464

na
5,183
27 332

na
5,227
26330

July 15

July 22

July 29

Aug. 5

Aug. 12 (Aug. 19

Aug. 26

Sept. 2

Sept. 9

147,191

148,931

147,173

145,694

146,163

148,205

147,365

146,654

144,519

123,129
120 624
2,505
9,094
8,694
400
393
1 297
3,293
9,984

123 889
121 344
2,545
9,395
8 694
701
453
1 730
3 234
10,229

122,820
121 604
1,216
8,867
8 694
173
154
1 978
3,094
10,261

123 025
121 682
1,343
8,941
8 694
247
303
1 120
2 687
9,618

122 967
122 967
0
8,694
8 694
0
0
1 264
3603
9,635

125,497
124 408
1,089
8,881
8,694
187
214
1 457
2,739
9,416

125,801
125 207
594
8,780
8,694
86
89
1 721
2,219
8,754

124,907
124 907
0
8,694
8,694
0
0
1 448
2,816
8,789

123,583
123 583
0
8,694
8,694
0
0
1 578
2,438
8,226

11,154
3,068
13,585

11,154
3,068
13,590

11,154
3,068
13,594

11,154
3,068
13,922

11,154
3,068
13,606

11,154
3,068
13,609

11,154
3,068
13,609

11,154
3,068
13,701

11,154
3,068
13,620

1 39,069

138 411

138 338

139 033

138,065

138,993

463

137 732

475
3,407

3 106

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

.271

20 Required clearing balances
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . . .
22 Reserve accounts^ . .

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

1

U.S. government securities .
Bought outright
f
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 outstanding2
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation . . . .
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
1 7 Treasury
..^
18
Foreign
19 Other

...

20 Required clearing balances
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . . .
22 Reserve accounts3
...




262
524

293
490

na
4,867
26,392

na
5,024
28 956

138,915

138,140

457

449

450

452

453

3 063

2961

3 614

2,974

282
531

270
602

279
446

276
460

na
6,001
26924

na
4,764
26454

na
4,560
25 608

40

41

42

49

4,924
27,994

4,843
27,848

4,791
26,940

4,820
24,461

447

450

3,106

3,419

2,767

277
487

295
579

346
475

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures, 1981—Continued
Millions of dollars; end-of-week dates
Sept. 16

Sept. 23

Sept. 30

Oct. 7

Oct. 14

Oct. 21

Oct. 28

Nov. 4

145,530

146,330

145,064

144,926

145,276

148,631

145,590

146,290

123,252
123,252
0
8,661
8 661
0
0
1,336
3,929
8,354

124,255
124,255
0
8,661
8 661
0
0
1,448
3,455
8,511

123,356
123,356
0
8,661
8 661
0
0
1,443
2,758
8,846

121,883
121,883
0
8,661
8 661
0
0
1,145
4,082
9,155

123,327
123,327
0
8,657
8,657
0
0
1,110
3,009
9,173

125,444
124,450
994
8,856
8 646
210
257
1,256
3,537
9,280

123,457
123,457
0
8,646
8 646
0
0
1,184
2,946
9,358

123 978
123,796
182
8,683
8 646
37
95
1,233
2,540
9,761

.....

11 154
3,068
13,627

11 154
3,068
13,627

11 152
3,318
13,727

11,152
3,318
13,636

11,152
3,318
13,640

11,152
3,318
13,640

11,152
3,318
13,643

11 152
3,318
13,651

..

139 371
453

138,232
455

137,497
454

137,929
456

139,164
458

138,812
457

138,117
450

138,520
447

2997
270
590

3 352
240
536

3 421
291
721

3,545
378
664

2,957
329
577

3,743
350
624

3,069
318
595

3 410
423
773

53
4,815
24,831

57
4,824
26,483

63
4,974
25,839

62
5,214
24,782

68
5,184
24,648

71
5,300
27,385

76
5,030
26,048

76
5,234
25,527

Nov. 11

Nov. 18

Nov. 25

Dec. 2

Dec. 9

Dec. 16

Dec. 23

Dec. 30

146,245

149,244

149,355

150,221

149,462

151,399

153,376

153,149

123 526
123,526
0
8,646
8 646
0
0
1,008
2,892
10 172

125 951
124,599
1 352
8,844
8 646
198
502
557
3,371
10,019

126 396
125,283
1 113
9,048
8 857
191
392
337
3,529
9,653

126,175
125,199
976
9,296
9,130
166
398
314
4,136
9,901

126,683
126,461
222
9,147
9,129
18
48
616
2,876
10,092

128,459
128,459
0
9,125
9,125
0
0
402
3,578
9,835

129,574
128,455
1,119
9,257
9,125
132
254
620
3,999
9,672

129 223
127,172
2 051
9,555
9 125
430
798
882
3,448
9,244

11 152
3,318
13,657

11 152
3,318
13,660

11 152
3,318
13,668

11,152
3,318
13,785

11,152
3,318
13,679

11,152
3,318
13,679

11,152
3,318
13,681

11,152
3,318
13,687

140005
449

140 759
450

140 9S5
453

141,959
447

142,388
444

143,265
445

144,046
442

145 197
437

3,052
269
652

3,215
338
696

2,841
310
591

3,028
335
731

2,666
312
573

2,772
304
578

3,215
361
592

2,912
373
574

82
5 190
24 674

88
5 405
26423

92
5 583
26669

95
5,759
26 122

104
5,952
25,174

108
5,963
26 113

109
5,814
26948

118
5 370
26 325

Factor
SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
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^
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
1 7 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Other
20 Required clearing balances . . . .
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve accounts^
;

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
Bou&ht 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^
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
1
1 7 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Other
20 Required clearing balances . . .
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve accounts




....

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit—Continued
C. Wednesday figures, 1981
Millions of dollars; end of week dates

Jan. 7

Jan. 14

Jan. 21

Jan. 28

Feb. 4

Feb. 11

Feb. 18

Feb. 25

Mar. 4

142,271

145,550

137,992

138,371

140,417

143,200

142,868

143,683

140,712

117,331
117,331
0
8,739
8,739
0
0
854
6,521
8,826

121.571
121,571
0
8,739
8,739
0
0
2,539
3,863
8,838

113,812
113,812
0
8,739
8,739
0
0
1,349
4,894
9,198

115,138
115,138
0
8,739
8,739
0
0
1,553
3,061
9,880

117,179
117,179
0
8,739
8,739
0
0
752
3,547
10,200

117,146
117.146
0
8,739
8,739
0
0
1,037
5.700
10,578

117,913
117,913
0
8,739
8,739
0
0
875
5,472
9,869

116.622
116.622
0
8,737
8,737
0
0
5,192
3,279
9.853

115,812
115,812
0
8,737
8,737
0
0
1,939
3,928
10,2%

11,161
2,518
13,427

11,160
2,518
13,437

11,159
2,518
13,444

11,159
2,518
13,450

11,159
2,518
13,457

11,159
2,518
13,464

11,159
2,518
13,471

11,158
2,518
13,477

11,156
2,518
13,483

135,552
437

134,039
442

132,325
440

131,372
440

131,424
441

132,455
451

132.846
451

132,006
450

132,186
461

3,217
257
529

2,814
301
370

3,013
248
536

2,974
302
439

4,069
278
432

3,468
267
424

3.729
241
364

3,433
232
397

3,099
274
518

n.a.
4,878
24,507

n.a.
4,891
29,807

n.a.
4,701
23,850

n.a.
4,649
25.323

n.a.
4,431
26,476

n.a.
4,708
28,568

n.a.
4,486
27,900

n.a.
4,449
29,869

n.a.
5,050
26,281

Mar. 11

Factor

Mar. 18

Mar. 25

Apr. 1

Apr. 8

Apr. 15

Apr. 22

Apr. 29

May 6

139,094

143,791

145,343

141,787

142,810

146,497

150,722

156,848

145,828

116,271
116,271
0
8,733
8.733
0
0
569
3,497
10,024

119,561
119,561
0
8,733
8,733
0
0
1,912
3,350
10,235

119,606
118,541
1,065
9,151
8,733
418
267
3,229
2,743
10,347

117,750
117,533
217
8,752
8,722
30
191
1.758
3.035
10,301

119,495
119,495
0
8,722
8,722
0
0
467
4,031
10,095

120,036
120,036
0
8,720
8,720
0
0
3,208
4,205
10,328

126,168
120,465
5,703
9,152
8,720
432
446
1,306
3,160
10,490

122,897
120,037
2,860
9,286
8,720
566
549
8,572
4,926
10,618

120,787
120,787
0
8,720
8,720
0
0
1,988
3,757
10,576

11,156
2,518
13,489

11,156
2,668
13,489

11,155
2,818
13,502

11,154
2,818
13,509

11,154
2,818
13,516

11,154
2,818
13.516

11,154
2,818
13,529

11,154
2,818
13,534

11,154
2,818
13,539

133.041
465

132,994
474

133,031
476

133.612
483

134,836
494

135,496
497

135,078
498

134,701
508

135,610
516

2,645
231
317

2,858
261
392

2,609
244
369

2,305
320
407

2.406
292
284

2,2%
388
341

3,089
319
316

5,737
326
266

3,141
312
277

n.a.
4,568
24,990

n.a.
4,621
29,504

n.a.
4,670
31,419

n.a.
4,614
27.527

n.a.
4,769
27,217

n.a.
4,650
30,317

n.a.
4,965
33,957

n.a.
5,002
37,813

n.a.
4,557
28,926

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
Roat
Other Federal Reserve assets

1 2 Gold stock
1 3 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding'
..
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
1 7 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Other
20 Required clearing balances
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . . .
22 Reserve accounts^

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
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^
...
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign . . .
...
19 Other
20 Required clearing balances
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . . .
22 Reserve accounts3

10




2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit—Continued
C. Wednesday figures, 1981—Continued
Millions of dollars; end-of-week dates
Factor

May 13

May 20

May 27

June 3

June 10

June 17

June 24

July 1

JulyS

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve* Bank credit outstanding

143,456

148,131

141,814

150,192

142,721

151,595

144,646

147,760

150,229

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

116 292
1 16 292

117 193
117 193

116 749
116 749
0
8,707
8,707
0
0
3 613
4,077
9,575

119,360
119 360

120 276
120 276

8,707
8,707

8,707
8,707

0
1 851
4,082
9,968

121,375
121 375
0
8,720
8,720
0
0
5 742
4,833
9,522

121,346
121 346

0
3 683
3,820
10,941

122 239
122 239
0
8,720
8,720
0
0
3 847
3 440
9,885

0
6 357
4,660
10,525

1 803
4,315
10,461

8 694
8,694
0
0
4 128
3 661
11,001

124 312
122 979
1 333
9,231
8,694
537
668
2 831
3,157
10,030

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

11,154
2,818
13,539

11,154
2,818
13,549

11,154
2,818
13,555

11,154
2,818
13,559

11,154
2,818
13,565

11,154
2,818
13,570

11,154
2,818
13,575

11 154
3,068
13 580

11,154
3,068
13,584

136,285
512

136040
507

136 624
501

136,655
504

137 372
505

137,127
498

136,930
493

137 856
481

139 429
477

3 692
286
240

3 085
270
221

2 880
299
245

4 127
186
441

2 391
238
400

5 215
196
435

2909
237
284

3 700
275
961

2 853
292
521

n.a.
4,617
25,334

n.a.
4,652
30 877

n.a.
4,707
24,084

n.a.
4,224
31,586

n.a.
4,340
25,011

n.a.
4,714
30,951

n.a.
5,217
26,122

n.a.
5,267
27,021

n.a.
4,632
29,831

July 15

July 22

July 29

Aug. 5

Aug. 12

Aug. 19

Aug. 26

Sept. 2

Sept. 9

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

o

8,720
8,720

o

o

8,720
8,720

o

o
o

o
o
o

o

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
1 7 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Other
20 Required clearing balances
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . . .
22 Reserve accounts3

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
149,276

155,422

147,760

148,166

146,395

149,191

144,829

147,633

146,374

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

122,289
121 581
708
8 918
8,694
224
223
3 286
4,443
10 117

125 682
121 658
4,024
9 998
8,694
1,304
621
5 230
3,626
10 265

122,549
120 873
1,676
9251
8,694
557
296
1 916
3,060
10 688

122,692
122,692
0
8,694
8,694
0
0
1,804
5,081
9,895

122,710
122 710
0
8 694
8,694
0
0
1 321
3,933
9 737

126,082
125,155
927
8,986
8,694
292
154
1,914
3,203
8,852

122,829
122,829
0
8,694
8,694
0
0
1,482
2,885
8,939

124,917
124 917
0
8 694
8,694
0
0
2 285
3,247
8 490

124,572
124 572
0
8,694
8,694
0
0
1,716
162
11,230

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

11,154
3,068
13,588

11,154
3,068
13 593

11,154
3,068
13 599

11,154
3,068
13,604

11,154
3,068
13,609

11,154
3,068
13,609

11,154
3,068
13,609

11,154
3,068
13 620

11,154
3,068
13,620

139 181
466

138 348
463

138 158
453

138,896
447

1 39 572
453

138,968
453

138,246
448

138 620
445

139,843
451

3 153
288
486

3 573
346
674

3 193
211
1,010

2936
205
798

3 075
241
454

3 104
207
434

3,139
263
503

3 778
286
541

3 471
254
492

n.a.
4,558
28 953

n.a.
5,064
34 769

n.a.
5,686
26 870

n.a.
4,428
28 282

n.a.
4,414
26017

42
4,755
29 059

43
4,591
25 427

45
4,588
27 172

50
5,172
24483

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

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Other
20 Required clearing balances . . . . .
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . . .
22 Reserve accounts^




11

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit—Continued
C. Wednesday figures, 1981—Continued
Millions of dollars; end-of-week dates

Oct. 14

Oct. 21

Oct. 28

Nov. 4

148,045

153,425

145,522

150,665

116,307
116,307
0
8,661
8,661
0
0
1,560
3,333
9,228

123,989
123,989
0
8,646
8,646
0
0
2,593
3,459
9,358

127,854
124,747
3,107
9,173
8,646
527
801
3,315
2,786
9,4%

121,495
121,495
0
8,646
8,646
0
0
1,885
4,084
9,412

124,9%
123,720
1,276
8,905
8,646
259
664
1,941
3,768
10,391

11,152
3,318
14,315

11,152
3,318
13,640

11,152
3,318
13,640

11,152
3,318
13,640

11,152
3,318
13,651

11,152
3,318
13,651

138,073
456

138,508
457

138,807
459

139,583
459

138,796
456

138,552
449

139,451
448

3,925
211
696

3,649
215
443

3,520
420
843

3,665
214
630

3,024
293
565

3,723
290
628

2,842
264
568

3,197
403
726

52
4,640
25,450

58
4,746
28,203

63
5,379
27,180

65
4,766
18,593

72
5,015
27,144

77
5,174
32,391

78
4,831
26,060

82
5,092
29,388

Nov. 11

Nov. 18

Nov. 25

Dec. 2

Dec. 9

Dec. 16

Dec. 23

Dec. 30

146,398

149,904

149,966

152,758

154,036

153,115

158,352

156,552

123,584
123,584
0
8,646
8,646
0
0
2,740
999
10,429

125,912
124,337
1,575
9,020
8,646
374
656
1,444
3,304
9,568

126,788
126,479
309
9,189
9,139
50
164
656
3,229
9,940

127,553
125,325
2,228
9,512
9,129
383
778
396
4,370
10,149

127,179
127,179
0
9,129
9,129
0
0
3,213
4,292
10,223

128,570
128,570
0
9,125
9,125
0
0
505
5,682
9,233

131,260
127,247
4,013
9,604
9,125
479
787
1,290
6,183
9,228

131,493
127,990
3,503
9,562
9,125
437
624
1,237
4,168
9,468

11,152
3,318
13,658

11,152
3,318
13,666

11,152
3,318
13,674

11,152
3,318
13,679

11,152
3,318
13,679

11,152
3,318
13,679

11,152
3,318
13,687

11,151
3,318
13,687

140,970
450

141,087
450

141,691
450

142,443
447

143,334
443

143,886
442

145,032
442

145,517
442

2,720
280
631

Factor

3,146
284
522

2,905
302
720

3,702
303
661

2,543
327
543

3,352
264
579

2,282
333
614

3,402
319
600

87
5,202
24,187

89
5,385
27,077

95
5,520
26,427

99
5,806
27,447

105
5,693
29,198

110
5,814
26,818

110
5,292
32,404

115
5,345
28,968

Sept. 16

Sept. 23

Sept. 30

Oct. 7

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

146,816

147,994

147,585

139,089

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

123,105
123,105
0
8,661
8,661
0
0
1,616
4,862
8,572

124,740
124,740
0
8,661
8,661
0
0
2,509
3,260
8,824

124,330
124,330
0
8,661
8,661
0
0
2,486
2,811
9,297

11,154
3,068
13,627

11,154
3,068
13,627

139,241
450

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS

....

....

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

....

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
1 8 Foreign
19 Other
20 Required clearing balances . . .
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve accounts3
.

....

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Runic credit niitsfemding
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
Other Federal Reserve assets

...

. . .

...

....

12 Gold stock
....
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding^
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Other
20 Required clearing balances
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve accounts^ .

12




..

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit—Continued
D. End-of-year and end-of-month figures, 1981
Millions of dollars
Factor

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

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
11 Other Federal Reserve
assets
....
12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights
certificate account
14 Treasury currency
outstanding^

139,328 139,199 141,272 143,452 140,540 142,934 144,651 145,731 147,585 143,917 149,264 153,136
117,169 117,621 118,043 119,687 118,311 120,017 123,172 124,522 124,330 123,005 126 539 130 954
117 169 117 621 117 666 1 19 687 118 311 120 017 121 554 124 522 124,330 123,005 124 743 127 738
8,720
8,720

0
8694
8,694

1,618
9,054
8,694

0
8,694
8,694

0
8,661
8,661

0
8,646
8,646

1,796
9448
9,129

3,216
9 394
9,125

360
453
1 027
1,251

0
0
1,254
2,229

0
0
2,486
2,811

o

1,366
2,542

0
0
1 010
2,506

0
924
1,690

319
744
232
2,177

269
195
1 601
1,762

10,556

9,601

10707

9,694

9,032

9,297

9,652

10 124

9230

11,154

11,154

11,154

11,154

11,154

11,152

11,152

11,152

11,151

8,737
8,737

377
8779
8,722

1 304
2,280

1,249
1,545

57
298
656
3,261

2333
2,156

9,836

10,047

10235

11,159

11,156

11,154

8 739
8,739

8 720
8,720

2 518

2518

2 818

2818

2818

3 068

3068

3068

3,318

3,318

3 318

3 318

13 886

13 939

13 509

14061

13 555

14 155

14 350

14 234

13,634

14,363

14441

13 687

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings ,
Deposits, other than
reserves, with Federal
Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign . .
...
19 Other
20 Required clearing balances . . .
21 Other Federal Reserve
liabilities and capital
22 Reserve accounts^
...




131,113 131,833 133,435 134,991 135,908 138,080 138,287 138,534 137,828 138,847 142,683 144,774
447
445
448
450
456
451
464
481
508
502
478
443

2 595
256
502

3 520
420
843

3,550
547
573

3475
535
715

4301
505
781

45

63

82

99

117

4,798
4,805
26,01 1 27,000

5,379
27,180

5,112
23,590

6,011
24213

5,261
25 111

3038
573
515

2284
422
337

3032
474
313

4460
476
311

2288
346
275

2923
338
536

2922
285
472

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

4,737
26,734

4,855
26 164

4,674
26063

4,444
24,304

4,579
26,621

5,330
23 626

13

3. Reserves and borrowings of depository institutions
A. Annual and monthly averages, 1981
Millions of dollars

Jan.

May

June

27,198

26,620

26,760

27,309

26,974

26,623

2 Total vault cash
3
Vault cash at institutions with required reserve balances .
4
Vault cash equal to required reserves at other institutions
5
Surplus vault cash at other institutions2

18,406
12,556
1,597
4,253

19,458
13,185
1,201
5,072

17,868
11,944
1,192
4,732

17,400
11,751
1,209
4,440

17,269
11,717
1,340
4,212

17,804
12,135
1,403
4,266

18,187
12,358
1,462
4,367

6 Reserve balances + total vault cash3
7 Reserve balances + total vault cash used to satisfy
reserve requirements3- 4
8 Required reserves

44,978

46,656

44,488

44,160

44,578

44,778

44,810

40,725
40,417

41,584
41,226

39,756
39,478

39,720
39,445

40,366
40,164

40,512
40,260

40,443
40,104

308
1,363
179
96

358
1,405
120
n.a.

278
1,278
148
n.a.

202

252
2,154
259

339
2,038
291
n.a.

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks

1

9 Excess reserve balances at Reserve Banks 3 - 5
10 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks
11
Seasonal borrowings at Reserve Banks .
12
Extended credit at Reserve Banks

July
1

Feb.

Mar.

Year
26,572

Reserve classification

275
1,004

197
n.a.

Aug.

Sept.

Apr.

1,343

161
n.a.

Oct.

n.a.

Nov.

Dec.

27,111

27,000

25,499

2,9
560

25,892

26,163

2 Total vault cash
3
Vault cash at institutions with required reserve balances .
4
Vault cash equal to required reserves at other institutions
5
Surplus vault cash at other institutions 2

18,273
12,443
1,457
4,373

18,435
12,549
1,477
4,409

18,925
13,041
2,053

3,831

18,810
12,924
2,097
3,789

18,844
12,986
2,073
3,785

19,538
13,577
2,178
3,783

6 Reserve balances + total vault cash3 .
7 Reserve balances + total vault cash used to satisfy reserve requirements3*4
8 Required reserves

45,384

45,435

44,424

44,500

44,736

45,701

41,011
40,667

41,026
40,731

40,593
40,177

40,711
40,433

40,951
4,0
064

41,918
41,606

344
1,751
248
n.a.

295
1,408
220
79

416
1,473
222
301

278
1,149
152
442

347
695
79
178

312
642
53
149

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks

9 Excess reserve balances at Reserve Banks 3 - 5
10 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks
11
Seasonal borrowings at Reserve Banks .
12
Extended credit at Reserve Banks

14




3. Reserves and borrowings of depository institutions—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures, 1981
Millions of dollars; end-of-week dates

Jan. 7

Jan. 14

Jan. 21

Jan. 28

Feb. 4

Feb. 11

Feb. 18

Feb. 25

Mar. 4

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks'

27 735

26,863

27,920

26,552

26,554

25,409

27 420

26,836

27 161

2 Total vault cash
3
Vault cash at institutions with required
reserve balances
4
Vault cash equal to required reserves
at other institutions .
.
5 Surplus vault cash at other institutions2

17 771

20 315

20 183

19 772

18 969

18 778

17 521

16 848

17 465

12 186

13 713

13 670

13 399

12 778

12 610

11 726

11 306

11 754

1 066
4,519

1,218
5,384

1 236
5,277

1,273
5,100

1,257
4,934

1,287
4,881

1 142
4,653

1,164
4,378

1 177
4,534

6 Reserve balances + total vault cash**
7 Reserve balances + total vault cash used
to satisfy reserve requirements1' 4
8 Required reserves

45 506

47 178

48 103

46,324

45 523

44,187

44 941

43 684

44 626

40,987
40625

41,794
41 544

42,826
42 438

41,224
40,756

40,589
40 150

39,306
38,906

40,288
39 768

39,306
39 364

40,092
39 505

Reserve classification

9 Excess reserve balances at Reserve Banks-*- 5
10 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks
11
Seasonal borrowings at Reserve Banks
12
Extended credit at Reserve Banks

362

250

388

468

439

400

520

-58

587

1 113

1 308

1 413

1,790

1 201

1,114

1 135

1 713

1 298

112

105

123

137

125

131

154

160

176

n,a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Mar. 18 Mar. 25

Apr. 1

Apr. 8

Apr. 15

Apr. 22

Apr. 29

May 6

Mar. 11
25 238

6 Reserve balances + total vault cash3
7 Reserve balances + total vault cash used
to satisfy reserve requirements3* 4
8 Required reserves
9 Excess reserve balances at Reserve Banks3- 5
10 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks
11
Seasonal borrowings at Reserve Banks
12
Extended credit at Reserve Banks

27,048

27 200

27,421

25,836

26,756

28 575

27,985

27 773

18 539

17 207

16 568

17,223

17 542

17,764

16 238

17 431

18 030

12 560

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks'
2 Total vault cash
3
Vault cash at institutions with required
reserve balances
4
Vault cash equal to required reserves
at other institutions
5 Surplus vault cash at other institutions 2 . .

11 580

11 190

11 661

11 913

11 929

11 005

11 883

12 345

1,349
4,486

1,307
3,926

1,361
4,187

1,416
4,269

1,265
4,714
,,

1,189
4,438

1,196
4,182

1,206
4,356

1,232
4,397

43,777

44,255

43,768

44,644

43,378

44,520

44,813

45,416

45,803

39 063
38 922

39 817
39 585

39 586
39 526

40 288
39 755

38981
38 925

40034
39,727

40 887
40 8 18

41 229
41 099

41 534
41 176

141

232

60

533

56

307

69

130

358

763
185
n.a.

773
193
na

870
200
na

1,464
220
n.a.

887
162
na

1,142
149
n.a.

864
149
na

2,278
175
n.a.

2,470
198
n a.

May 13

May 20

May 27

June 3

June 10

June 17

June 24

July 1

JulyS

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks'

25 976

27 829

26 810

26,312

25 614

26,315

27 464

27,332

26,330

2 Total vault cash
...
3
Vault cash at institutions with required
reserve balances . . .
4
Vault cash equal to required reserves
at other institutions .
5 Surplus vault cash at other institutions 2

18 651

16 704

17 622

18,225

18 316

18,828

17 286

18,319

18 493

12 732

11 378

11 965

12,396

12 406

12,680

11 837

12,513

12 679

1 437
4482

1 310
4,016

1 419
4 238

1,457
4,372

1 477
4,433

1,553
4,595

1 383
4,066

1,433
4,373

1 446
4,368

44 627

44 533

44432

44,537

43 930

45,143

44 750

45,651

44 823

40 145
40018

40 517
40 364

40 194
39 831

40 165
39,876

39 497
39,275

40 548
40,228

40 684
40,270

41 278
40,847

40 455
40,029

127
1 733

153
1 954

363
2 910

289
1,952

222
2 205

320
1,911

431
1,731

426
1 864

271

309

287

277

279

414
2 302

226

306

306

241

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

6 Reserve balances + total vault cash3
. ..
7 Reserve balances + total vault cash used
3 4
to satisfy reserve requirements 8 Required reserves
9 Excess reserve balances at Reserve Banks3- 5
10 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks
11
Seasonal borrowings at Reserve Banks
12
Extended credit at Reserve Banks




15

3. Reserves and borrowings of depository institutions—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures, 1981—Continued
Millions of dollars; end-of-week dates

Aug. 12 Aug. 19 Aug. 26

Sept. 2

Sept. 9

25,608

27,994

27,848

26,940

24,461

48,691

19,034

17,910

17,995

18,690

19,160

12,143

12,231

July 15

2 Total vault cash
3
Vault cash at institutions with required
reserve balances
4
Vault cash equal to required reserves
at other institutions
5 Surplus vault cash at other institutions2

...

July 22

July 29

Aug. 5

26,392

Reserve classification
1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks'

28,956

26,924

26,454

18,856

16,727

18,890

12,772

12,767

12,768

13,227

1,395
3,983

1,492
4,529

1,470
4,454

1,525
4,546

1,439
4,328

1,468
4,296

1,484
4,438

2,070
3,863

45,248

45,683

45,814

45,145

44,642

45,904

45,843

45,630

43,621

40,660
40,508

9 Excess reserve balances at Reserve Banks3' 5
10 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks
11
Seasonal borrowings at Reserve Banks
12
Extended credit at Reserve Banks

12,869

1,496
4,588

6 Reserve balances + total vault cash3
7 Reserve balances + total vault cash used
to satisfy reserve requirements3* 4
8 Required reserves

11,349

12,963

41,700
41,303

41,285
40,884

40,691
40,380

40,096
39,894

41,576
41,242

41,547
41,237

41,192
40,833

39,758
39,308

152
1,297
247
n.a.

397
1,730
244
n.a.

401
1,978
258
n.a.

311
1,120
227
n.a.

202
1,264
223
n.a.

334
1,457
231
n.a.

310
1,721
246
155

359
1,448
246
190

450
1,578
217
236

Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30

Oct. 7

Oct. 14

Oct. 21

Oct. 28

Nov. 4

24,831

26,483

25,839

24,782

24,648

27,385

26,048

25,527

2 Total vault cash . .
3
Vault cash at institutions with required reserve balance 5
4
Vault cash equal to required reserves at other institutio ns . . . .
5 Surplus vault cash at other institutions2

19,384
13,218
2,168
3,998

17,599
12,272
1,916
3,411

19,626
13,524
2,221
3,881

19,392
13,377
2,176
3,839

19,489
13,185
2,268
4,036

17,616
12,156
1,920
3,540

18,562
12,805
2,030
3,727

19,237
13,324
2,088
3,825

6 Reserve balances + total vault cash**
7 Reserve balances + total vault cash used
to satisfy reserve requirements3- 4
8 Required reserves .

44,215

44,082

45,465

44,174

44,137

45,001

44,610

44,764

40,217
39,806

40,671
40,394

41,584
41,011

40,335
40,132

40,101
39,738

41,461
41,174

40,883
40,646

40,939
40,535

411
1,336
205
287

277
1,448
230
325

573
1,443
233
387

203
1,145
156
413

363
1,110
158
423

287
1,256
155

237
1,184
147
464

404
1,233
134
452

Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25

Dec. 2

Dec. 9

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks'

9 Excess reserve balances at Reserve Banks3' ^
10 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks
11
Seasonal borrowings at Reserve Banks
12
Extended credit at Reserve Banks

^^
Dec. 16 Dec. 23 Dec. 30

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks'

24,674

26,423

26,669

26,122

25,174

26,113

26,948

26,325

2 Total vault cash
3
Vault casK at institutions with required reserve balance s
4
Vault cash equal to required reserves at other institutio ns . . . .
5 Surplus vault cash at other institutions2

19,402
13,338
2,153
3,911

18,599
12,703
2,038
3,858

17,930
12,436
1,980
3,514

19,368
13,386
2,131
3,851

19,560
13,492
2,190
3,878

20,331
13,897
2,316
4,118

18,613
13,105
2,076
3,432

19,749
13,891
2,152
3,706

6 Reserve balances + total vault cash3
7 Reserve balances + total vault cash used
to satisfy reserve requirements3' 4
8 Required reserves

44,076

45,022

44,599

45,490

44,734

46,444

45,561

46,074

40,165
39,636

41,164
41,003

41,085
40,763

41,639
41,233

40,856
40,563

42,326
42,117

42,129
41,746

42,368
42,026

529
1,008
130
111

161
557
102
126

322
337
69
123

406
314
41
125

293
616
30
125

209
402
46
135

383
620
70
161

342
882
75
173

....

9 Excess reserve balances at Reserve Banks3* ^
10 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks
11
Seasonal borrowings at Reserve Banks . . .
12
Extended credit at Reserve Banks

16




4. Federal funds and repurchase agreements of large member banks1
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
1981, weekending
Maturity and source

Jan. 7

All other maturities
5 Commercial banks in United States
6 Other depository institutions, foreign
banks and foreign official institutions,
and U.S. government agencies
7 Nonbank securities dealers
....
8 All other

Jan. 28

Feb. 4

Feb. 11

Feb. 18

Feb. 25

Mar. 4

50,819

52,180

48,688

44,416

45,728

48,974

48,056

47,407

49,384

14,516
2,784
16,120

15,309
2,937
17,728

14,602
2,899
17,817

14,227
2,768
17,325

13,884
2,272
17,846

15,093
2,234
17,143

15,244
2,574
17,153

14,672
2,251
19,179

14,060
2,759
20,076

4,606

4,181

3,993

4,196

4,095

4,582

4,935

3,958

3,669

7,112
4,150
12,062

7,138
4,085
11,356

7,058
4,652
11,865

7,306
4,918
12,373

7,557
5,014
11,736

7,543
4,868
11,920

7,533
4,751
1 1 ,545

7,343
4,390
11,017

7,433
4,146
10,678

18,124
3,594

17,016
3,704

13,873
3,029

11,356
2,547

13,967
2,869

14,038
2,686

17,221
2,918

14,409
3,066

15,554
2,719

Mar. 18

Mar. 25

Apr. 1

Apr. 8

Apr. 15

Apr. 22

Apr. 29

May 6

53,647

49,104

47,575

48,904

57,586

56,645

53,864

49,949

52,354

15,595
2,887
19,514

15,548
2,179
19,180

15,698
2,104
18,753

14,849
2,829
19,606

14,318
2,778
19,050

13,549
2,582
19,324

12,680
2,206
16,284

12,993
3,166
20,316

13,686
3,265
19,922

3,475

3,531

,3,629

3,474

3,210

3,481

4,749

3,520

3,524

...

7,556
4,314
10,934

7,668
4,144
10,577

7,976
4,556
10,234

7,335
5,016
10,412

7,162
4,474
9,957

7,233
4,371
10,074

7,867
4,340
13,359

7,251
4,390
10,400

7,067
4,435
10,140

...

15,117
2,651

17,058
3,258

15,983
3,065

15,969
3,060

17,042
3,358

14,931
2,951

16,059
2,975

14,489
2,993

13,727
2,816

May 13

3
4

Jan. 21

Mar. 11

1
2

One day and continuing contract
Commercial banks in United States
Other depository institutions « foreign
banks and foreign official institutions,
and U S government agencies
Nonbank securities dealers
....
All other

Jan. 14

May 20

May 27

June 3

June 10

June 17

June 24

July 1

JulyS

49,016

45,222

44,392

46,91 1

50,831

50,506

47,880

46,433

51,960

12,875
2,816
19,090

13,812
2,561
19,403

13,651
2,768
19,708

14,048
3,250
19,942

14,878
3,000
20,339

15,463
2375
21,159

16,955
2,919
21,076

16,309
2,602
20,784

15,528
2,831
17,066

3,639

3,788

3,467

3,516

3,715

3,734

4,077

3,644

4,920

...

7,368
4,780
10,493

7,595
5,183
10,545

7,438
5,200
10,639

7,495
5,139
10,876

7,243
4,968
11,546

7,123
5,126
11,212

7,140
5,126
10,576

7,313
5,313
9,692

7,331
5,469
12,729

...

13,300
2,862

14,163
2,571

13,886
2,589

15,198
2,947

16,196
2,412

14,787
2,814

14,988
2,611

16,078
2,872

15,987
2,681

...

...

MEMO: Federal funds and resale agreement loans in maturities of one day or
continuing contract
9 Commercial banks in United States
10 Nonbank securities dealers . .

1
2
3
4

One day and continuing contract
Commercial banks in United States
Other depository institutions, foreign
banks and foreign official institutions,
and U.S. government agencies
Nonbank securities dealers
All other . . . .

All other maturities
5 Commercial banks in United States
6 Other depository institutions, foreign
banks and foreign official institutions,
and U S government agencies
7 Nonbank securities dealers
. . .
8 All other
MEMO: Federal funds and resale agreement loans in maturities of one day or
continuing contract
9 Commercial banks in United States . . .
10 Nonbank securities dealers

1
2
3
4

One day and continuing contract
Commercial banks in United States
Other depository institutions, foreign
banks and foreign official institutions,
and U.S. government agencies
Nonbank securities dealers
All other

All other maturities
5 Commercial banks in United States
6 Other depository institutions, foreign
banks and foreign official institutions,
and U.S. government agencies
7 Nonbank securities dealers
....
8 AH other
MEMO: Federal funds and resale agreement loans in maturities of one day or
continuing contract
9 Commercial banks in United States . .
10 Nonbank securities dealers




17

4. Federal funds and repurchase agreements of large member banks1—Continued
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
1981, week ending
Maturity and source
July 15
One day and continuing contract
1 Commercial banks in United States
2 Other depository institutions, foreign
banks and foreign official institutions,
and U S government agencies
3 Nonbank securities dealers
4 All other

July 22

July 29

Aug. 5

Aug. 12

Aug. 19

Aug. 26

Sept. 2

Sept. 9

52,105

46,894

44,629

47,895

51,567

47,237

44,873

47,564

53,070

16,290
2,998
20,659

15,554
3,041
21,408

15,278
2,726
21,856

15,092
2,767
20,888

15,522
2,629
20,998

16,048
3,081
20,224

15,841
3,143
21,365

15,414
2,879
21,194

15,234
2,325
20,431

All other maturities
5 Commercial banks in United States
6 Other depository institutions, foreign
banks and foreign official institutions,
and U.S. government agencies
7 Nonbank securities dealers
8 All other

3,567

3,500

3,540

3,587

3,276

3,225

3,248

3,273

3,099

7,641
4,926
9,818

8,147
4,884
9,845

7,288
4,921
9,564

7,201
4,887
9,850

6,705
4,479
9,904

7,072
4,573
9,592

6,798
4,328
9,498

6,799
4,485
9,347

7,225
4,470
9,523

MEMO: Federal funds and resale agreement loans in maturities of one day or
continuing contract
9 Commercial banks in United States
10 Nonbank securities dealers

17,081
2,294

15,304
2,598

14,778
2,357

16,389
2,534

15,347
2,819

16,247
2,679

14,111
2,408

16,550
2,623

17,103
2,883

Sept. 16

Sept. 23

Sept. 30

Oct. 7

Oct. 14

Oct. 21

Oct. 28

Nov. 4

Nov. 11

54,730

47,157

44,832

51,240

50,486

49,682

45,131

48,662

54,516

16,375
3,050
20,564

16,742
3,441
19,693

16,915
3,120
19,110

16,513
2,840
19,003

16,376
3,317
18,434

18,215
3,318
19,021

17,670
3,994
19,409

17,192
3,464
19,548

17,907
3,755
19,126

One day and continuing contract
1 Commercial banks in United States
2 Other depository institutions, foreign
banks and foreign official institutions,
and U.S. government agencies
3 Nonbank securities dealers
4 All other . .
All other maturities
5 Commercial banks in United States
6 Other depository institutions, foreign
banks and foreign official institutions,
and U.S. government agencies
7 Nonbank securities dealers
8 All other

3,011

3,229

3,388

3,596

4,182

3,335

3,170

3,838

3,604

7,051
3,987
9,850

7,648
4,216
9,894

7,129
4,669
10,184

7,051
4,808
8,933

7,330
4,485
10,122

7,462
4,544
9,176

7,347
4,510
9,750

7,498
4,384
10,353

7,622
4,369
10,546

MEMO: Federal funds and resale agreement loans in maturities of one day or
continuing contract
9 Commercial banks in United States
10 Nonbank securities dealers

19,335
3,001

16,151
2,740

17,438
2,942

16,745
3,365

18,469
3,205

17,741
3,204

16,036
2,688

18,238
2,773

18,493
3,474

Nov. 18

Nov. 25

Dec. 2

Dec. 9

Dec. 16

Dec. 23

Dec. 30

52,546

49,600

51,860

57,288

55,010

51,598

52,430

18,785
3,844
19,658

18,942
3,774
18,775

18,296
3,566
16,630

19,289
4,018
19,834

19,235
4,242
20,479

18,500
3,882
19,910

18,126
3,293
17,905

3,356

3,592

3,820

3,295

3,416

3,717

3,945

7,708
4,386
10,408

7,897
4,283
11,030

7,691
4,350
13,280

7,426
4,385
10,936

7,697
4,052
9,993

8,204
3,968
10,321

8,129
4,194
12,333

19,279
3,589

16,350
3,406

19,404
3,474

18,575
4,239

17,364
3,963

17,460
3,845

18,049
4,037

\
2
3
4

One day and continuing contract
Commercial banks in United States
Other depository institutions, foreign banks and for eign
official institutions, and U.S. government agericies . . . .
Nonbank securities dealers
All other

All other maturities
5 Commercial banks in United States
6 Other depository institutions, foreign banks and foreign
official institutions, and U.S. government ageiicies
7 Nonbank securities dealers
8 All other
MEMO: Federal funds and resale agreement loans
in maturities of one day or continuing contract
9 Commercial banks in United States
10 Nonbank securities dealers

18



5. Federal Reserve Bank interest rates
A. Short-term adjustment credit to depository institutions1
Percent per annum. Figures in parentheses indicate day of month new rate became effective.

Year and month

1980
In effect December 31

Boston

Philadelphia

New
York

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

In effect December 31

13

13

13

13

13

13

13

13

13

13

13

(15) 14
(2)13
(4)12

1981
May
November
December

13

(5) 14
(2) 13
(4) 12

(5) 14
(2) 13
(4)12

(5) 14
(2)13
(4) 12

(5) 14
(2)13
(4) 12

(5) 14
(3)13
(4) 12

(8)14
(2) 13
(4) 12

(5)14
(2)13
(4) 12

(5) 14
(2)13
(4) 12

(5) 14
(3) 13
(4)12

(5) 14
(6)13
(4) 12

(5)14
(2) 13
(4)12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

B. Extended credit to depository institutions
Percent per annum. Figures in parentheses indicate day of month new rate became effective.

Year and month

Boston

New
York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

Seasonal credit2

1980
In effect December 31
1981
May
November
December

....

In effect December 3 1

13

13

13

13

13

13

13

13

13

13

13

13

(5) 14
(2) 13
(4)12

(5) 14
(2)13
(4) 12

(5) 14
(2)13
(4) 12

(5) 14
(2)13
(4) 12

(5) 14
(2)13
(4) 12

(5)13
(3) 14
(4) 12

(8)14
(2)13
(4) 12

(5)14
(2)13
(4) 12

(5)14
(2) 13
(4)12

(5)14
(3) 13
(4) 12

(5) 14
(6)13
(4) 12

(5) 14
(2)13
(4) 12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

Exceptional circumstances and other extended credit3

1980
In effect December 31
1981
May
August
September
November
December
In effect December 3 1




14

14

14

14

14

14

14

14

14

14

14

14

(5)15

(5) 15
(20) 14

(5) 15
(20) 14

(5) 15
(25) 14

(5) 15
(21) 14

(5) 15
(21) 14

(8) 15
(27) 14

(5)15
(25) 14

(5)15
(21) 14

(5)15
(27) 14

(5)15
(20) 14

(5) 15
(21) 14

(4) 14
(2) 13
(4) 12

(2) 13
(4) 12

(2)13
(4) 12

(2)13
(4) 12

(2)13
(4) 12

(3)13
(4) 12

(2)13
(4) 12

(2)13
(4) 12

(2)13
(4) 12

(3) 13
(4) 12

(6)13
(4) 12

(2)13
(4) 12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

19

6. Depository institutions reserve requirements, December 31, 1981!
Percent of deposits
Member bank requirements
before implementation of the
Monetary Control Act

Type of deposit, and deposit
interval in millions of dollars

Percent

Effective date

3
12

11/13/80
11/13/80

Nonpersonal time deposits1
By original maturity
Less than 4 years
4 years or more

3
0

11/13/80
11/13/80

Eurocurrency liabilities
All types

Percent

3

11/13/80

Effective date
6

2

Net demand
0-2
2-10
10-100
100-400
Over 400

Depository institution requirements after implementation of
the Monetary Control Act5

Type of deposit, and
deposit interval

7
9V2

..

11 3/4
12^/4
16'/4

.

Time and savings2-3
Savings

3

Time4
0-5, by maturity
30-179 days
180 days to 4 years
4 years or more
Over 5, by maturity
30-179 days
180 days to 4 years
4 years or more

Net transaction accounts
$0-$26 million
Over $26 million

12730/76
12/30/76
12/30/76
12/30/76
12/30/76
3/16/67

3

3/16/67
1/8/76
10/30/75

2V2

1
6

12/12/74
1/8/76
10/30/75

21/2

1

7. Margin requirements1
Percent of market value; effective dates shown
Type of security or sale
1
2
3
4

Margin stocks
Convertible bonds
Short sales
Writing options2

20



Mar. 11, 1968

70
50
70

June 8, 1968

May 6, 1970

Dec. 6, 1971

Nov. 24, 1972

Jan. 3, 1974

Jan. 1, 1977

80
60
80

65
50
65

55
50
55

65
50
65

50
50
50

50
50
50
30

8. Maximum interest rates payable on time and savings deposits at federally insured institutions1
Percent per annum
Commercial banks
Type and maturity of deposit

In effect Dec. 31, 1981
Percent

Savings and loan associations and
mutual savings banks

Previous maximum

Effective
date

Percent

Effective
date

In effect Dec. 31, 1981
Percent

Effective
date

5V4

7/1/79

5

7/1/73

5V2

7/1/79

5'/4

12/31/80

5

1/1/74

5V4

12/31/80

5i/4
53/4

8/1/79
1/1/80
7/1/73

5
5'/2
5V2
53/4
53/4

7/1/73
7/1/73
1/21/70
1/21/70
1/21/70

(7)
6

6

1 Savings
2 Negotiable order of withdrawal
accounts**

(>0)
7"/4

7

()

11/1/73

Previous maximum
Percent

Effective
date

5'/4

(2)

5

1/1/74

4

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

13
14
15
16

Time accounts
Fixed ceiling rates by maturity5
14-89 days^
90 days to 1 year . . .
1 to 2 years8
2 to 2 l /2 years8
2'/2 to 4 years8
4 to 6 years"
6 to 8 years9 .
8 years or more9
Issued to governmental units
(all maturities)11
.
Individual retirement accounts and
Keogh (H.R. 10) plans (3 years
or more)11-12

6>/2

7'/4
7'/2
73/4




'

8

6'/2
63/4
7 '/2
73/4

(7)
53/4
5V4
6
6

. .„. ..

7V2
(7)

11/1/73

(10)

1/21/70
1/21/70
1/21/70

8

6/1/78

73/4

12/23/74

8

6/1/78

73/4

12/23/74

8

....

Special variable ceiling rates by maturity
6-month money market
time deposits1^
...
....
12-month all savers certificates
2*/2 years to 4 years
Accounts with no ceiling rates
Individual retirement accounts
and Keogh (H.R. 10) plans
(18 months or more)1* .

7/1/73
11/1/73
12/23/74
6/1/78

1/1/80
(2)
(2)
11/1/73
12/23/74
6/1/78
6/1/78

6/1/78

73/4

7/6/77

8

6/1/78

73/4

7/6/77

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< 1 56>
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C4)
(")
I6)

C4)
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<15)
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C4)
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....

21

9. Federal Reserve open market transactions, 1981
Millions of dollars
Type of transaction 1

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

1
2
3
4

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

13,899
6 746
0
1,816

1,100
3 865
0
1,000

5
6
7
8
9

Others within I year
Gross purchases . . . .
Gross sales
Maturity shift
Exchange
Redemptions

317
23
13,794
-12869
0

10
11
12
13

1 to 5 years
Gross purchases . . . .
Gross sales
.
Maturity shift
Exchange

1 ,702
0
-10299
10,117

0
0
-462
0

14
15
16
17

5 to 10 years
Gross purchases . . . .
Gross sales
Maturity shift
Exchange

393
0
- 3 495
1 ,500

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
400

0
0
0
0

18
19
20
21

Over 10 years
Gross purchases . . . .
Gross sales
Maturity shift
Exchange .

379
0
0
1,253

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
325

0
0
0
0

22
23
24

AH maturities
Gross purchases . . . .
Gross sales
Redemptions

16,690
6,769
1,816

Apr.

May

June

Aug .

July

Sept .

Oct .

Nov .

Dec .

U.S. GOVERNMENT
SECURITIES

25
26

Matched transactions
Gross sales
Gross purchases . . .

589,312
589,647

27
28

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases . . .
Gross sales

79,920
78,733

29 Net change in government securities . .

0
357
0
0

1607 1,141
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
23
0
462
990
878
0 -1936 -1385
0
0
0

1,100
3,865
1,000

115
0
0
0
522
2,900
-261 -1281
0
0

0
0
469
0
0
0
0
0
-990 -878 -522 -1724
1,211 1,385 261
681

0
380
0

1,623
1,246

6,108
8,137
452

164
0
0
0
0 - 1 1 76
0
300
89
0
0
0

1,607 1,977
0
0
0
0

61,427 30,819 32,003
63,062 31,651 30,441

9,626 -4,159

790
0
0
0

422

0
0
0
300
790
0
0

37,251 45,658
37,295 43,492
9,458
9,835

1,219
1,219

1,644 -1,376

295 1,325
90
0
0
0
0
100

0
0
833
-823
0

1,713
333
0
0

0
122
0
0
1 ,073 2,807
-351 - 2,430
0
0

0
607
0
0
-833 -1,073
823
351

1,753 241
945
1,157
0
0
500
200
0
0
628
- 599
0

1,765
0
0
16

2,170
0
0
0

0
0
80
0
0
0
425
1,389 887
0 - 3 047 - 754
0
0
0

0
0
-820
1,724

0
0
-628
599

64
0
0
00
0 -1,987
400
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0-332
0
400

165
0
0
0

182
0
0
0

0
0
0
305

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

108
0
0
0

295 2,301
90
0
0
100

1,713
333
0

1,753
241
945 1,157
500
200

1,865 3,049
0
0
16
0

51,106 69,972 54,329
52,607 69,309 55,917

52,055 58,581
51,555 58,372

42,012 54,098
41,900 54,044

3,902
3,902

9,505 14,180
7,709 12,760

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

3,509 23,217
3,509 21,599
1,706

7,199
8,817

0
100
526
0
0
0
-425 -1057 -887
0 2,325
754

3,155 1,350 -192 -1,325

0
0
0
322

3,534 4,415

FEDERAL AGENCY
OBLIGATIONS
30
31
32

Outright transactions
Gross purchases . . .
Gross sales
Redemptions

33
34

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases . . .
Gross sales

494
0
108

0
0
0

0
0
15

13,320
652
13,576 1,177

494
437

1,211
1,268

-525

42

-58

0
0
33

0
0
26

0
0
15

691
691

5,182
4,822

864
1,225

-26

186
186

360

-360

-33

-15

787
787

494
0
10

0
0
4

1,607 1,647
1,288 1,697

35 Net change in agency

130

802

- 54

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES
36 Outright transactions,
net . . .
37 Repurchase agreements.
net . . . .

0

0

0

0

o

0

0

o

0

0

0

0

o

-582

-776

0

298

-298

o

o

453

-453

o

o

744

-549

38 Net change in bankers
acceptances

-582

-776

o

298

-298

o

o

453

-453

o

o

744

-549

39 Total net change in
System Open
Market Account . .

9,175 -5,460

450

762

1,287 -1,376

1,680

3,968

536

-225 -1,340

5,080

3,812

22



10. Federal Reserve Banks
A. Consolidated condition statement, 1981
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Account

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

11,159

11,156

11,154

11,154

11,154

11,154

11,154

11,154

2,518
468

2,518
495

2,818
468

2,818
412

2,818
396

3,068
380

3,068
380.

1,304
0

1,249
0

656
0

2,333
0

1,366
0

1,010
0

0

0

298

0

0

8,739

8,737

8,722

8,720

0

0

57

0

117,169
41,558
58 718
16 893

117,621
42,033
58 370
17,218

117,666
42,078
58 370
17,218

119,687
43,263
59 118
17,306

0

0

377

0

0

0

1,618

1 17 169 117 621

118 043

119,687

118 311

120,017

127 212

127 607

127 776

130,740

128,397

7,865
458

7,473
461

11,107
465

9,224
467

5,993
3,385

7,086
2,500

7,060
2,710

6,768
3,321

1

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

11,152

11,152

11,152

11,151

3,068
384

3,318
400

3,318
418

3,318
400

3,318
377

1,027
0

1,254
0

2,486
0

924

2~~
0

1,601

0

453

0

0

0

744

195

8,720

8,694

8,694

8,694

8,661

8,646

9,129

9,125

0

0

360

0

0

0

319

269

121,554 124,522
44,154 47,122
59,609 59,429
17,971
17,791

124,330
46,930
59,429
17,971

123,005
45,605
59,429
17,971

124,743
47,243
59 207
18 293

127,738
49,359
59 978
18,401

0

0

0

1,796

3,216

123,172

124,522

124,330

123,005

1 26 539 130,954

129,721

133,706

134,470

135,477

132,575

1 36 963 142,144

9,096
470

11,297
475

7,085
479

7,606
484

9,824
487

7,954
491

7,485
497

8,557
503

6.412
2,719

6,430
3,802

5,739
3,476

5,713
2.835

5,567
3,243

5,717
3,444

5,998
3,629

5J29
3,598

ASSETS
1 Gold certificate account
2 Special drawing rights
certificate account
3 Coin
4 Loans to depository
institutions . . . .
5 Other
6 Acceptances held under
repurchase agreement
Federal agency
obligations
7 Bought outright . . . .
8 Held under repurchase agreement.
U.S. government
securities
Bought outright 1 . . .
9
Bills
10
Notes
11
Bonds
1 2 Held under repurchase agreement
13 Total U.S. government
securities
14 Total loans and
securities

....

15 Cash items in process
of collection . . . .
16 Bank premises
Other assets
17 Denominated in for-2
eign currencies
18 All other
19 Total assets

118,311 120,017
41,887 43,593
58 818 58 818
17,606
17,606

o

159,058 159,296 163,558 164,904 161,462 166,327 165,087 165,714 169,468 165,069 169,442 174,777

LIABILITIES
20 Federal Reserve notes3 .
Deposits
21
Depository
institutions . . . .
22 U.S. Treasury —
General account.
23 Foreign— Official
accounts
24 Other
25 Total deposits
26 Deferred availability
cash items
27 Other liabilities and 4
accrued dividends
28 Total liabilities

118,147

118,854

120,874

121,852

123,251

26,621

26,734

26,164

26,063

24,304

23,626

26,01 1

27,045

27,243

23,672

24,312

25,228

3,038

2,284

3,032

4,460

2.288

2,923

2,922

2,595

3,520

3,550

3,475

4,301

573
515

422
337

474
313

476
311

346
275

338
536

285
472

256
502

420
843

547
573

535
715

505
781

30,747

29,777

29,983

31,310

27,213

27,423

29,690

30,398

32,026

28,342

29,037

30,815

5 585

5,928

7 846

7,068

6,554

8,791

5,834

5,377

7,013

6,264

5,308

6,795

1,957

1,958

1,952

1,971

1,744

2,387

1,992

1,801

2,440

2,114

2,846

2,705

124,783 124,765 125,134 125,050

125,351

129,086 131,906

156,436 156,517 160,655 162,201 158,762 163,384 162,281 162,710 166,529 162,071 166,227 172,221

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
29 Capital paid in . . . .
30 Surplus
3 1 Other capital accounts . .
32 Total liabilities and
capital accounts .
33 MEMO: Marketable
U.S. government
securities held in
custody for
foreign and international account . .




1 208
1 203
211

1,222
1 203
354

1,227
1 203
473

1,233
1 203
267

1 ,238
1 203
259

1 ,246
1,203
494

1,250
1.203
353

1,256
1,203
545

1,257
1 ,203
479

1,268
1 ,203
527

1,270
1 203
692

1,278
1,278
0

159,058 159,2% 163,558 164,904 161,462 166,327 165,087 165,714 169,468 165,069 169,442 174,777

92,756

94.658

101,214

100,546

96.635

97,549

95,133

92,025

91,462

90,857

91,787

95,220

23

10. Federal Reserve Banks—Continued
B. Federal Reserve note statement, 1981
Millions of dollars, end of period
Account
1 Federal Reserve notes
outstanding (issued to Bank) . . .
2 LESS: Notes held by
Reserve Bank'
3 Federal Reserve
notes, net . . . .

4
5
6
7

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

8 Total collateral

July

Aug.

Sept.

143,936 145,062

147,142

149,051

149,794

150,552

150,955

\ 5 1,033

20,685

20,279

22,377

23,917

24,744

25,201

21,869

19,127

121,852

123,251

124,783

124,765

125,134

125,050

125,351

129,086

131,906

11,154

11,154

11,154

11,154

11,154

11,154

11,152

11,152

11,152

11,151

2,518
0

2,818
0

2,818
0

2,818
0

3,068
27

3,068
0

3,068
0

3,318
0

3,318
0

3,318
57

3,318
0

105,180

106,902

107,880

109,279

110,534

110,543

110,912

1 10,580 110,881

114,559

117,437

June

May

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

140,717

141,297

142,182

143,716

22,570

22,443

21,308

21,864

118,147

118,854

120,874

11,159

11,156

2,518
0

104,470

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

118,147 118,854 120,874 121,852 123,251 124,783 124,765 125,134 125,050 125,351 129,086 131,906

C. Maturity distribution of loans and securities held,

1981

Millions of dollars, end of period
Type and maturity
grouping

Mar.

Feb.

Jan.

May

Apr.

July

June

Sept.

Aug.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

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

1,304
1,255
49
0

1,249
1,199
50
0

656
616
40
0

2,333
1,905
428
0

1,366
1,317
49
0

1,010
964
46
0

1,027
926
101
0

1,254
1,169
85
0

2,486
2,440
46
0

924
843
81
0

232
214
18
0

1,601
1,576
25
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 . .
1 3 Over 1 year to
5 years
14 Over 5 years to
10 years
15 Over 10 years

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

298
298
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

453
453
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

744
744
0
0

195
195
0
0

117,169
2,125
24,904
27,279

117,621
3,101
23,245
27,385

118,043
2,265
22,904
29,020

119,687
2,098
21,291
31,983

123,172 124,522
3,589
4,253
21,945 24,422
34,157 34,071

124,330
4,218
24,805
32,8%

123,005
2,692
26,464
31,438

126,539
5,190
25,503
32,101

130,954
3,936
25,190
37,417

34,505

34,809

34,772

34,981

34,297

33,928

33,813

34,718

34,689

34,689

35,632

36,025

13,354
15,002

13.754
15,327

13,755
15,327

13,918
15,416

13,042
15,715

13,042
15,716

13,106
15,898

11,519
16,203

11,519
16,203

11,519
16,203

11,587
16,526

11,752
16,634

8,739
73
550
1,749

8,737
128
439
1,834

8,779
266
397
1,843

8,720
69
615
1,752

8,720
178
471
1,853

8,694
207
446
1,779

9,054
425
647
1,717

8,694
195
553
1,692

8,661
200
522
1,631

8,646
71
741
1,465

9,448
518
719
1,394

. 9,394
529
631
1,443

4,597

4,621

4,613

4,658

4,593

4,636

4,649

4,638

4,730

4,781

5,237

5,256

1,085
685

1,030
685

975
685

982
644

982
643

982
644

1,015
601

1,015
601

977
601

1,015
573

1,007
573

962
573

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
2 1 Over 5 years to
10 years
22 Over 10 years

24



118,311 120,017
1,714
3,162
21,552 23,875
30,543 31,742

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

Month

Debits'
(annual rate, billions of dollars)

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

All
banks

1981
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December . . . .

Major
N.Y.C. banks

Other
banks

All
banks

Major
N.Y.C. banks

Other
banks

All
banks

Major
N.Y.C. banks

Other
banks

296.0
288.6
287.1
286.2
286.7
279.9
281.5
283.3
282.1
282.5
280.8
279.5

31.0
31.2
31.6
29.4
30.4
29.7
28.9
31.3
31.1
31.6
30.3
30.2

264.9
257.3
255.5
256.8
256.3
250.2
252.5
252.0
251.0
250.9
250.4
249.3

72,402.2
73,174.6
75,487.2
73,621.7
74,800.5
78,745.2
83,356.7
89,723.4
87,303.2
83,671.2
82,000.2
86,430.0

29,656.0
29,752.0
30,276.0
29,501.3
29,610.9
32,262.4
37,282.6
41,877.2
39,209.4
35,109.8
34,237.6
34,937.3

42,746.3
43,422.5
45,211.3
44,120.4
45,189.6
46,482.8
46,074.2
47,846.3
48,093.8
48,561.5
47,762.6
51,492.7

244.6
253.6
262.9
257.2
260.9
281.3
296. 1
316.8
309.5
296.2
292.0
309.2

956.2
952.6
959.5
1,001.9
975.1
1,085.4
1,288.6
,388.1
,260.1
,109.8
,128.3
,156.8

161.3
168.7
176.9
171.8
176.3
185.8
182.4
189.9
191.6
193.6
190.7
206.6

B. Not seasonally adjusted
Debits1
(annual rate, billions of dollars)

Demand deposits
(billions of dollars)

Month

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

All
banks

1981
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December . . .

Major
N.Y.C. banks

Other
banks

All
banks

Major
N.Y.C. banks

Other
banks

All
banks

Major
N.Y.C. banks

Other
banks

303.6
284.0
283.1
288.8
281.5
279.7
282.0
277.6
281.0
281.7
282.8
288.7

32.4
31.2
31.6
29.5
29.8
29.9
29.2
29.9
30.7
30.8
30.6
31.4

271.3
252.7
251.5
259.3
251.7
249.7
252.8
247.7
250.3
250.9
252.2
257.3

74,139.9
66,442.5
78,053.7
78,112.6
72,930.5
81,816.2
86,524.2
83,532.5
86,255.5
84,591.6
77,408.2
95,591.6

30,410.4
27,579.3
32,254.8
32,095.1
30,000.4
35,101.1
38,330.7
37,648,0
38,594,6
35,156.0
32,463.6
40,031.0

43,729.4
38,863.2
45,779.0
46,017.6
42,930.1
46,715.2
48,193.6
45,884.6
47,661.0
49,435.6
44,944.6
55,560.6

244.2
234.0
257.7
270.5
259.1
292.6
306.8
300.9
307.0
300.3
273.8
331.1

940.0
882.7
1,020.0
1,089.7
1,006.1
,172.2
,310.8
,258.6
,255.5
,141.8
,062.4
,273.0

161.2
153.8
182.1
177.4
170.6
187.1
190.6
185.3
190.5
197.1
178.2
216.0

12. Savings deposits, debits, and deposit turnover, by type of depositor
Not seasonally adjusted
Debits1
(annual rate, billions of dollars)

Savings deposits1
(billions of dollars)

Month

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

All
depositors

1981
January
February
March
April
Mav
r y
June
July
August
September
October
November
December




Business2

Other

All
depositors

Business2

Other

All
depositors

Business2

Other

210.7
213.6
217.8
225.2
220.0
219.1
220.1
216.6
214.7
213.3
215.7
219.2

9.9
9.6
10.0
9.7
9.5
9.2
9.1
8.7
8.6
8.3
8.2
8.5

165.7
161.7
160.7
161.8
159.1
156.8
156.5
152.7
149.5
148.0
148.5
149.0

1,323.2
U73.1
1,338.3
1,517.9
1,323.6
1,509.0
1,524.3
1,458.6
1,519.2
1,532.2
1,389.2
1,618.4

108.2
93.4
112.8
112.4
112.0
113.8
120.6
118.1
122.0
117.2
96.3
117.9

685.7
553.1
556.8
590.1
518.3
586.4
605.5
595.5
577.0
581.6
539.7
597.0

6.3
5.5
6.1
6.7
6.0
6.9
6.9
6.7
7.1
7.2
6.4
7.4

10.9
9.8
11.3
11.6
11.7
12.3
13.2
13.5
14.3
14.1
11.7
13.9

4.1
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.3
3.7
3.9
3.9
3.9
3.9
3.6
4.0

25

13. Measures and components of the money stock1
A. Seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars
Components

Measures
Year and month
Ml

M2

M3

L

Currency

Demand
deposits

Traveler's
checks2

Savings
deposits3

Small
time
deposits4

Large
time
deposits5

339.5
339.4
340.8
344.7
347.9
350.2
352.0
353.7
357.3
358.5
360.6
363.2

1 ,307.2
,313.7
,323.5
,331.8
,342.4
,349.5
,356.0
,365.9
,377.5
,385.4
,394.9
,403.9

,477.4
,488.2
,505.2
,519.5
,537.4
,547.0
,559.2
,574.3
,588.6
,598.2
,615.7
,629.0

,741.5
,755.7
,776.6
,794.5
,816.2
,830.3
,846.8
,865.2
,881.8
,894.8
,919.3
,938.9

89.2
90.0
90.7
91.3
92.1
92.8
93.3
94.1
95.0
95.8
96.6
97.4

242.9
241.9
242.4
245.5
247.7
249.2
250.3
251.2
253.7
253.9
253.8
253.9

3.1
3.1
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.5
3.5

493.1
495.9
499.4
500.1
501.4
500.3
493.4
491.1
490.8
489.2
484.8
479.9

457.2
460.1
463.7
467.5
472.3
479.8
490.4
498.8
507.1
514.6
524.3
533.9

148.8
152.1
158.0
163.6
169.5
173.4
178.2
181.7
184.3
185.4
192.0
194.6

363.9
364.5
367.7
373.4
372.7
377.3
381.0
383.2
385.3
386.5
386.9
389.0

,409.4
,417.1
,431.3
,445.4
,455.1
,469.7
,479.9
,492.2
,501.8
,506.3
,511.6
,518.9

,637.1
,648.0
,664.1
,678.7
,692.2
,707.8
,722.0
,738.6
,755.8
,766.5
,770.8
,779.3

,952.7
,968.2
1,994.6
2,017.0
2,040.7
2,069.1
2,088.0
2,106.0
2,126.9
2,139.5
2,145.6
2,153.9

98.2
98.8
99.5
100.4
101.0
101.7
102.5
103.6
104.6
105.4
105.7
106.1

252.3
250.9
251.9
255.7
254.2
257.2
259.5
260.1
260.8
261.2
261.1
262.2

3.5
3.5
3.6
3.6
3.6
3.7
3.6
3.6
3.7
3.7
3.7
3.7

471.9
466.9
466.3
461.8
458.5
458.8
455.3
452.8
446.7
436.3
424.6
421.7

545.6
554.8
563.7
574.4
583.9
590.9
599.1
608.8
618.7
630.4
646.8
652.6

197.4
199.6
199.9
198.8
199.8
199.3
202.9
206.6
213.0
219.9
221.3
221.8

1980
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

391.9
395.1
395.1
389.9
389.0
393.7
398.0
405.1
410.7
415.5
417.5
414.5

,528.8
,542.0
,550.0
,545.6
,558.1
,577.3
,598.3
,618.2
,629.2
,640.1
,656.0
,656. 1

,792.1
,810.2
,820.3
,819.8
,837.5
,855.9
,877.6
,901.8
,914.3
,930.7
,952.6
,963.1

2,172.7
2,194.4
2,210.9
2,220.6
2,239.1
2,250.4
2,269.1
2,296.7
2,309.8
2,325.8
2,352.5
2,370.4

107.3
108.0
108.8
109.4
110.2
111.1
112.0
113.1
113.8
114.9
115.6
116.2

263.4
264.8
263.4
257.3
255.9
258.3
260.5
265.1
268.6
271.5
271.1
267.2

3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.9
3.9
4.0
4.0
4.1
4.2

417.2
411.4
403.9
389.4
385.2
393.5
401.5
409.4
411.9
413.3
411.1
398.9

657.7
665.7
679.7
699.9
712.0
711.6
712.5
714.2
716.8
721.0
736.4
751.7

223.9
227.6
231.1
234.8
237.7
233.8
231.4
232.7
235.9
241.0
247.9
257.9

1981
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

417.9
419.4
424.4
433.3
429.2
428.4
429.4
431.1
431.2
432.9
436.4
440.9

,665.6
,678.1
,701.0
,723.1
,732.3
,740.7
,753.6
,772.2
,778.1
,789.3
,809.7
,822.4

1,984.1
2,001.8
2,023.9
2,046.2
2,065.1
2,082.0
2,102.4
2,125.8
2,138.0
2,151.0
2,174.5
2,187.8

2,397.3
2,418.2
2,437.9
2,455.5
2,483.1
2,506.6
2,530.4
2,559.7
2,577.2
2,599.4
2,628.3
2,643.3

116.3
117.2
117.8
119.1
119.4
119.7
120.5
120.7
121.1
121.3
121.8
123.1

254.1
244.8
243.0
243.5
240.4
237.7
236.7
236.6
234.7
235.7
235.7
236.4

4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.3

384.5
378.5
378.5
378.8
373.5
366.8
361.0
350.9
343.1
339.6
340.9
343.6

768.1
775.7
782.0
784.1
795.8
805.5
814.0
830.8
839.7
849.8
856.8
854.7

267.5
271.7
269.8
267.6
278.4
285.6
293.1
299.9
302.3
302.2
300.6
300.4

1978
January
February
March
April . .
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1979
January
February
March
April
May
June . .
July
August
September
October
November .
December

26



....

...

13. Measures and components of the money stock1—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars
Measures

Components
Money market
mutual funds
De
'
mand

Other
Travel check
nieht
Gen
er's
~ RPs and eraf
de
abied
chec^
t Euro Pu^se Insti'
posits checks posits* d™|^7 Pur^se tution
broker/ on|y
dealer

Sma11
time

Ur e
S
time

de
~4
posits4

de
',
posits*

Year
and month

Ml

M2

M3

L

1978
January . . . .
February . . .
March
April
May
June . .
July
August . . . .
September . .
October . . . .
November . .
December . .

343.7
332.2
335.0
347.6
342 5
349.6
354.1
351.9
357.1
359.6
363.1
372.5

,309.8
,305.3
,318 2
,337.5
336 2
,349.2
,361.8
,365.1
,378.0
.389.7
.394.2
,408.5

,482.1
,481.5
,501.5
,524.6
,5304
,544.3
,561.5
,571.7
,587.6
,601.2
,616.3
,637.5

,746.0
,751.7
,774.5
,801.0
,810 9
,827.2
,846.9
,860.9
,879.3
,896.7
,919.1
,946.6

1979
January . . . .
February . . .
March
April
May . .
June
July . .
August . . . .
September . .
October
November . .
December . .

367.9
356.4
360.9
376.2
367.1
376.7
383.4
381.8
385.7
388.0
389.7
398.8

,413.3
,408.7
,425.0
,450.6
,447.5
,468.3
,484.9
,490.4
,502.5
,511.2
,511.4
,524.6

,643.7
,642.5
,660.4
,683.8
,683.8
,703.5
,722.7
,734.1
,754.5
,769.6
,771.8
,789.2

,959.4
,966.3
,993.1
2,024.0
2,034.6
2,065.2
2,085.6
2,098.6
2,123.4
2,140.9
2,145.4
2.162.8

97.5 257.1 3.3
97.6 244.5
3.3
98.7 246.7
3.4
99.9 259.3
3.4
100.6 249.2
3.5
101.9 256.4
3.8
103.2 260.5
4.1
103.9 257.7
4.1
104.5 260.7
3.9
105.1 262.5
3.8
106.6 263.0
3.6
108.2 270.1 3.5

10.0 23.9 8.5
3.6
469.1 548.2 200.2
10.9 24.9 10.3 4. 1
462.5 559. 1 202.5
12.2 26.1 12.0 4.8
462.6 567.9 202.5
13.6 26.9 13.7 5.5
460.5 578.0 198.7
13.7 29.0 15.6 6.1
455.7 5847
1990
14.7 29.6 17.8 6.8
457.7 591.2
196.5
15.6 28.9 20.3 7.6
459.6 597 5
198 6
16.1 29.1 23.1 8.1
456.9
604.3
203.9
16.6 30.4 25.6 8.1
451.4 614.4
211.0
16.6 29.5 28.6 8.2
441.1 629.0 218.1
16.5 26.6 31.8 8.6
425.5 642.8 222.5
17.0 26.3 34.3 9.3
420.5 649.7
226.0

1980
January . . . .
February . . .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . . .
September . .
October . . . .
November . .
December . .

395.9
386.2
387.8
392 6
383.3
392.9
400.4
404.1
411.0
417.1
420.7
424.6

,534.0
,534.7
,544.5
551 1
,550.3
,575.6
,601.9
,614.9
,628.8
,645.1
,656.1
.662.4

,800.7
.806.7
,818.2
,825 5
,828.7
.851.0
,876.3
.895.1
.911.7
,933.8
.953.9
.973.8

2,181.8
2,195.8
2,211.7
2 228 5
2,233.1
2,246.2
2.264.2
2,286.0
2,304.5
2,326.5
2,352.3
2.380.2

106.5 268.2
106.8 257.9
107 9 257.9
108 7 260 9
109.9 250.9
111.1
257.5
112.7 261.6
113.6 262.9
113.6 268.5
114.8 272.7
116.7 273.2
118.3 275.1

17.6
17.9
18.4
19.4
18.8
20.4
21.9
23.1
24.6
25.6
26.9
27.2

1981
January . . . .
February . . .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . . .
September
October . . . .
November . .
December . .

422.0
410.1
416.7
436.0
423.2
427.6
432 1
430.4
431.5
434.5
439.7
451.2

.672.1
,672.3
,696.8
.729.1
,723.8
,739.0
,756.0
,766.7
.775.6
,793.1
,809.3
,829.1

.994.8
2.001.2
2,023.9
2.052.7
2.055.6
2.076.3
2.098.3
2,115.3
2.132.2
2,152.4
2,175.4
2,199.6

2.409.1
2.423.5
2.441.5
2.464.2
2.476.3
2,501.8
2,522.0
2,544.1
2,568.3
2,597.8
2,627.5
2.654.3

115.6 258.8
4.0
115.7 238.5
4.0
116.7 237.9
4.0
118.3 246.8
4.0
119.2 235.9
4.1
119.7 237.0
4.3
121.3 237.6
4.7
121.3 234.7
4.7
120.8 234.6
4.5
121.2 236.6
4.3
122.9 237.5
4.1
125.4 243.3
4.1




Cur

renc
y

88.6 247.8
88.9 235.9
89 9 237.6
90.9 248.9
91 9 242 6
92 9 248.3
94.0 251.3
94.3 248.8
94.9 253.4
95.6 255.2
97.4 255.7
99.4 261.5

2.9
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.1
3.4
3.8
3.8
3.6
3.5
3.3
3.3

3.6
3.6
3.6
36
3.7
4.0
4.3
4.4
4.2
4.1
3.9
3.9

4.3
4.4
4.7
4.5
4.8
4.9
5.0
5.1
5.2
5.3
6.7
8.4

18.2
18.8
19.8
19.7
20.6
18.9
19.7
21.2
21.0
21.5
23.0
24.1

28.4
28.6
27.2
22 9
24.4
26.6
31.4
33.1
34.0
34.0
34.8
35.0

3.1
3.4
3.7
3.9
4.1
4.4
4.7
5.1
5.5
6.0
6.5
7.1

38.8
46.3
49.3
48^.9
52.7
57.2
60.3
61.8
61.4
61.9
62.3
61.8

Savin

Ss
de
P°si's

1.2
1.4
16
1.9
22
2.4
2.5
2.7
2.9
2.9
2.9
3.1

10.3
11.5
11.6
115
14.1
17.0
19.1
18.9
16.8
15.5
14.7
13.9

490.1 458.8 150.7
491.9 462.9 153.8
497 2 466 3 159 6
500.3 470.1
163.0
4999 473 1 168 7
500.4
480 0
171 0
497.6 490.0 174.6
494.6 496.3 179.9
494.3 504.3 182.8
493.3 513.6
184.2
485.0
520.9 193.2
478.0 531.1
198.6

414.7 661.3 227.3
406.9 671.6
231.4
399.5 685 9 2344
387 4 704 7 234 9
382.1 713.0 236.7
391.9 712.2 230.6
405.8 709.4
226.5
413.8 707.5 229.2
417.2 710.8 233.6
418.4 719.2 239.2
412.4 732.1
249.1
398.0
748.9 262.3

43.6 35.8 65.8 15.0 382.2 772.7
271.7
52.0 35.2 75.1 17.3 374.2 783.5
276.9
58.1 36.5 85.3 20.2 373.9 790.2 273.9
66.8
36.8 95.8 21.3 376.4 790.0
268.1
64.1 40.9 98.6 19.5 369.9 796.9
277.3
66.4 42.9 102.8 20.1
365.0 806.4 281.7
68.6 42.3 112.7
21.6 365.2 809.5
286.6
69.7 43.1 122.1
23.3 355.0
822.0 294.8
71.7 39.6 130.4 26.6 347.9 832.1
299.1
72.4 36.2 137.1 29.4 343.9 847.6
299.8
75.2 37.0 144.6 32.0 342.2 851.9
301.8
78.4 38.1
150.8 33.7 343.0 851.7 305.5

27

14. Aggregate reserves of depository institutions and monetary base1
A. Adjusted for changes in reserve requirements2
Billions of dollars; averages of daily figures
Not seasonally adjusted

Seasonally adjusted

Total
reserves3

1978
January
February
March
April
May
June
July . .
August
September
October
November
December
1979
January
February
March .
April
May . .
, y
June
July . . .
August
September
October
November
December
1980
January
February
March .
April
May . .
June
July . .
August
September
October
November
December
1981
January
February
March .
April
May
, y
June
July . . .
August
September
October
November
December

28



. .

.

-.

...

Nonborrowed
reserves

Nonborrowed
reserves
plus
extended
credit4

Required
reserves

Monetary
base5

Total
reserves3

Nonborrowed
reserves

Nonborrowed
reserves
plus
extended
credit4

Required
reserves

Monetary
base5

33,879
34,094
33,930
34,108
34,477
34,873
35,212
34,968
35,148
35,333
35,108
35,083

Year and month

33,395
33,688
33,602
33,551
33,266
33,779
33,895
33,828
34,088
34,056
34,405
34,215

33,395
33,688
33,602
33,551
33,266
33,779
33,895
33,828
34,088
34,056
34,405
34,215

33,612
33,852
33,730
33,960
34,258
34,696
35,015
34,800
34,955
35,171
34,886
34,851

125.2
126.2
126.8
127.6
128.8
129.9
130.7
131.3
132.4
133.5
134.1
134.7

35,310
34,027
33,285
34,091
34,204
34,380
35,299
34,627
34,811
35,458
35,234
35,663

34,826
33,622
32,957
33,535
32,992
33,286
33,981
33,487
33,751
34,180
34,531
34,795

34,826
33,622
32,957
33,535
32,992
33,286
33,981
33,487
33,751
34,180
34,531
34,795

35,043
33,786
33,086
33,943
33,985
34,202
35,101
34,460
34,618
35,296
35,012
35,431

126.2
125.1
125.3
127.2
128.3
129.5
131.6
131,1
132.0
133.4
134.9
137.4

35,310
34,839
34,839
34,772
34,680
34,800
35,077
35,174
35,433
35,921
35,836
36,370

34,308
33,866
33,849
33,854
32,915
33,382
33,906
34,089
34,093
33,899
33,930
34,898

34,308
33,866
33,849
33,854
32,915
33,382
33,906
34,089
34,093
33,899
33,930
34,898

35,096
34,630
34,681
34,596
34,539
34,579
34,866
34,953
35,242
35,649
35,592
36,041

135.8
136.1
136.8
137.6
138.1
139.0
140.1
141.3
142.6
143.9
144.1
145.0

36,967
34,637
34,179
34,715
34,349
34,298
35,122
34,849
35,105
36,075
36,043
36,974

35,965
33,664
33,189
33,797
32,584
32,880
33,952
33,764
33,764
34,053
34,137
35,502

35,965
33,664
33,189
33,797
32,584
32,880
33,952
33,764
33,764
34,053
34,137
35,502

36,753
34,428
34,021
34,538
34,208
34,077
34,911
34,628
34,913
35,803
35,799
36,646

137.0
134.6
135.2
137.0
137.4
138.6
140.9
141.3
142.2
143.8
145.3
147.9

36,532
36,618
36,785
36,792
36,520
36,720
36,806
37,225
37,816
37,939
38,897
39,006

35,291
34,963
33,962
34,337
35,502
36,341
36,411
36,567
36,505
36,629
36,838
37,316

35,291
34,963
34,060
34,889
36,244
36,648
36,664
36,809
36,595
36,629
36,838
37,319

36,281
36,407
36,599
36,595
36,342
36,517
36,521
36,924
37,561
37,733
38,376
38,492

146.3
147.4
148.3
148.8
149.4
150.5
151.5
153.0
154.3
155.6
157.3
158.0

38,278
36,350
36,048
36,679
36,187
36,128
36,816
36,845
37,547
38,023
39,189
39,703

37,037
34,695
33,225
34,224
35,169
35,749
36,422
36,187
36,235
36,713
37,130
38,013

37,037
34,695
33,323
34,775
35,912
36,056
36,674
36,429
36,326
36,713
37,130
38,016

38,027
36,139
35,862
36,482
36,010
35,925
36,532
36,544
37,291
37,817
38,668
39,189

147.6
145.8
146.6
148.0
148.7
149.9
152.2
153.2
154.0
155.6
158.7
161.0

39,077
39,122
39,237
39,410
39,627
39,619
39,727
39,810
40,312
40,118
40,150
40,527

37,682
37,818
38,238
38,073
37,399
37,582
38,048
38,390
38,855
38,937
39,487
39,891

37,753
37,840
38,252
38,080
37,405
37,588
38,051
38,471
39,156
39,375
39,652
40,040

38,702
38,771
38,957
39,241
39,370
39,281
39,387
39,518
39,898
39,840
39,805
40,208

158.4
159.1
159.6
160.8
161.4
161.7
162.5
162.9
163.7
163.8
164.3
165.8

40,665
38,894
38,622
39,273
39,310
39,053
39,636
39,479
40,087
40,219
40,332
41,263

39,271
37,590
37,622
37,935
37,082
37,016
37,957
38,060
38,630
39,038
39,669
40,626

39,341
37,612
37,637
37,943
37,088
37,023
37,960
38,140
38,931
39,476
39,834
40,775

40,291
38,544
38,342
39,104
39,053
38,715
39,296
39,187
39,673
39,941
39,987
40,943

159.6
157.4
157.8
159.9
160.8
161.2
163.3
163.2
163.3
163.8
165.6
168.9

14. Aggregate reserves of depository institutions and monetary base—Continued
B. Not adjusted for changes in reserve requirements6
Billions of dollars; averages of daily figures

Total
reserves3

Nonborrowed
reserves

Nonborrowed
reserves
plus
extended
credit4

Required
reserves

Monetary
base5

Excess

38 144
36,849
36,127
36 970
37,083
37,303
38 246
37,571
37 806
38,376
39 645
41 678

37 660
36443
35,799
36413
35,871
36,208
36929
36,432
36 746
37,099
38 942
40 810

37 660
36443
35,799
36413
35,871
36,208
36 929
36,432
36 746
37,099
38 942
40 810

37 877
36,607
35,927
36 821
36,864
37,125
38 048
37,404
37 613
38,215
39423
41 446

130 2
128.9
129.2
131 1
132.2
133.5
135 7
135.2
136 2
137.5
140 5
144.6

267
241
199
148
219
178
197
168
193
162
221
232

484
406
328
557
,212
,094
,317
,140
,060
,277
703
868

1979
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

43 079
40 703
40,217
40 724
40 237
40 104
40916
40 715
41,054
42 280
42,997
43 907

42 077
39 730
39,226
39 807
38 472
38 686
39 746
39 630
39 713
40 258
41,092
42 434

42 077
39 730
39,226
39 807
38 472
38 686
39 746
39 630
39 713
40 258
41,092
42 434

42 865
40494
40,059
40 548
40 096
39 883
40 705
40 494
40,862
42 007
42,753
43 578

144 4
141 9
142.3
144 2
144.4
145 6
147.9
148 4
149.4
151 3
153.5
156 2

214
209
158
176
141
221
211
222
191
272
245
329

1 003
973
991
918
1,765
1 418
1,171
1 085
1,340
2022
1,906
1 473

1980
January . . . .
February
March
April
May
June
July . .August .
September
October . . .
November
December

45 179
43 177
43,096
44 880
43,963
43 472
42,859
40 373
41 164
41 704
41 244
40 660

43 938
41 522
40,273
42 425
42,945
43 092
42,464
39 715
39 852
40 394
39 185
38 970

43 938
41 522
40,372
42 977
43,687
43 400
42,717
39 956
39 943
40 394
39 185
38 973

44,928
42 966
42,910
44 683
43,785
43 268
42,575
40071
40 908
41 498
40 723
40 146

155.9
154 0
154.9
157 5
157.8
158 6
159.6
158 0
1590
1606
161 6
1624

251
211
186
197
178
203
284
302
256
206
521
514

1,241
1 655
2,823
2 455
1,018
379
395
658
1 311
1 310
2060
1 690

1981
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
. . .
August
September
October
November
December

41,600
39,828
39,725
40 333
40 516
40,442
41 007
41 023
40,591
40,7 1 1
40 948
41 924

40,205
38,525
38,726
38,995
38 288
38,405
39 328
39 604
39,134
39,531
40 285
41 287

40,276
38,546
38,740
39,003
38 294
38,411
39 331
39 684
39,435
39,968
40451
41 436

41,226
39,478
39,445
40,164
40 258
40,104
40,667
40 731
40,177
40,433
40,604
41 604

161.0
158.8
159.5
161.6
162 6
163.3
165.4
165 4
163.9
164.3
166.3
169 7

374
350
280
169
257
338
340
292
414
278
344
319

,395
,304
,000
338
280
2,037
679
420
,456
,181
663
636

Year and month

1978
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December . . .




...

Borrowings

29

15. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1
A. Seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
Category

Jan.

Mar.

Feb.

May

Apr.

July

June

Aug.

Sept.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec.

19 73

1 Total loans and securities2 . . .

576.1

596.5

593.0

598.3

605.0

611.4

619.7

627.4

631.7

636.8

640.6

647.8

2 U.S. Treasury securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and
industrial loans
6 Real estate loans
. ..
7 Loans to individuals
8 Security loans .
9 Loans to nonbank financial
institutions
10 Agricultural loans
11 Lease financing receivables . .
12 All other loans

65.4
117 0
393.8

62.7
117 7
406.1

60.6
118 3
414.0

59.3
118 7
420.3

58.6
119 8
426.6

58.2
120 6
432.6

58.2
122 0
439.5

56.4
123.7
447.2

56.9
125.3
449.4

57.8
126 7
452.2

58.8
126 9
454.9

58.5
128 8
460.5

139.2
99 1
87.0
15 7

144.6
1009
88.6
15 7

149.6
102.6
90.2
15 1

151.6
1042
91.5
14 5

154.1
105 7
92.6
14 4

157.1
107.5
93.6
13.4

159.4
109.2
94.7
13.3

162.4
111.1
95.8
13.4

162.8
112.7
96.4
13.0

163.5
114.3
97.1
12.6

163.9
115.8
98.0
12.6

165.4
117.4
98.7
12.8

22 5
14.6
1.5
14 2

23 4
14.9
1.5
164

24 5
15.2
1.6
15 2

25 1
15.4
1.6
164

25 9
15.6
1.7
16 7

266
15.8
1.8
168

27 4
16.0
1.8
17 6

28.2
16.2
1.9
18.2

28.3
16.3
1.9
17.9

28 2
16.5
2.0
17 9

28.0
16.9
2.0
17.6

28 5
17.2
2.1
18 3

578.8

589.3

596.1

601.9

608.6

615.0

623.5

631.9

636.3

641.4

645.0

652.1

396.5

408.9

417.1

423.9

430.2

436.1

443.4

451.7

454.1

456.8

459.3

464.8

27

28

36

36

4.6

46

4.3

44

MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold2' 3
14 Total loans plus
loans sold2- 3
15 Total loans sold 3
to affiliates
16 Commercial and industrial3
loans plus loans sold . . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold3
18 Acceptances held
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans
20
To U.S. addressees4
21
To non-U.S. addressees . .
22 Loans to foreign banks
23 Loans to commercial banks
in the United States

31

36

39

4.5

159.4

161.8

166.4

166.6

168.0

1.8
24

1.9
24

2.0
26

2.3
26

2.3
27

2.2
29

2.4
30

2.7
3.1

2.8
2.8

2.8
2.7

2.6
2.5

2.6
2.5

136 8
131.4
5.4
4.5

142 2
136 5
5.7
5.8

147 1
140.7
6.4
6.8

1490
142.8
6.2
6.6

151 4
145.0
6.4
6.5

154 3
147.7
6.6
6.5

156 5
149.9
6.5
6.4

159.3
152.7
6.6
6.4

160.0
153.4
6.6
6.3

160.9
154.2
6.7
6.5

161.4
155.0
6.4
6.5

162.9
156.7
6.2
6.7

28.6

29 8

29.8

30.0

29.9

31.5

31.6

31.3

31.6

32.9

35.2

37.4

655.8

662.5

668.7

680.6

686.8

692.15

706.7

708.17

709.2

713.6

52.3
138. 87
516.97

53.1
138.3
517.7

53.6
139.9
520.1

141.0

146.5

151.6

153.9

156.4

165.1

165.6

19 74

1 Total loans and securities2 . . .
2 U.S. Treasury securities
3 Other securities . . 2
4 Total loans and leases
5 Commercial and
industrial loans
6 Real estate loans
7 Loans to individuals
8 Security loans .
9 Loans to nonbank financial
institutions
..
10 Agricultural loans
1 1 Lease financing receivables . .
12 All other loans
MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold2- 3
14 Total loans plus 3
loans sold215 Total loans sold 3
to affiliates
16 Commercial and industrial3
loans plus loans sold . . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold3
18 Acceptances held
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans
20
To U.S. addressees4
21
To non-U.S. addressees . .
22 Loans to foreign banks
23 Loans to commercial banks
in the United States

30



699.0

704.4

58.7
131 2
465.8

58.1
132 7
471.8

57.6
134.5
476.6

56.2
135 2
489.3

54.9
1364
495.5

53.9
137.4s
500.95

53.2
137.8
508.0

53.2
138.0
513.2

52.6
138.4
515.7

167 5
118 6
994
12 6

169 6
1199
100 2
12 6

1745
121.1
100 7
11.9

1802
122.6
101 4
11.8

182 9
124.1
101 9
12.4

185 45
125. 3
102 3
12.3

189 3
126.7
102 5
11.9

192.0
127.6
102.8
12.3

193 5
128.4
102.9
12.8

194 97
129.07
102 9
12.5

195 9
129.5
102.6
12.6

1969
130.2
102 5
12.6

29 5
17.5
2.2
18.6

29 3
17.7
2.3
20.2

30.1
17.9
2.4
18.0

31 5
18.0
2.5
21.2

32.1
18.1
2.7
21.5

32.7
18.2
2.8
21.9

33.7
18.2
2.9
22.9

34.1
18.2
2.9
23.3

34.3
18.2
3.0
22.6

34.27
18.1
3.1
22.3

34.3
18.3
3.1
21.4

34.5
18.3
3.2
21.9

660.2

667.4

673.6

685.8

692.4

697.6s

704.5

709.76

711.9

713.27

714.1

718.4

470.3

476.6

481.5

494.5

501.1

506.3s

513.5

518.56

520.9

522. 07

522.7

524.8

44

170.1

48

172.2

49

177,3

52

183.2

56

186.0

5.5
188.4

55

192.2

6

5.2

194.86

196.3

2.86
3.4

2.8
3.5

2.8
3.5

2.7
3.6

2.6
3.6

5.3

5 1

197.67

5.0
198.6

47

199.6

2.6
2.5

2.7
2.5

2.8
2.7

3.0
2.9

3.1
3.2

3.0
3.3

3.0
3.7

165.0
158.8
6.2
7.0

167.1
160.6
6.5
7.2

171.8
164.9
6.9

79

177.3
170.3
6.9
8.8

179.7
172.6
7.1
8.7

182.1
174.6
7.5
8.9

185.6
177.7
7.8
9.2

188.5
180.5
8.0
9.1

190.0
182.1
7.9
9.0

191.3
183.5
7.9
8.7

192.3
184.8
7.5
8.8

193.3
186.2
7.2
8.8

41.1

41.6

42.0

42.0

38.7

40.1

38.8

39.3

38.8

40.0

42 .4

41.9

15. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
A. Seasonally adjusted—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

1 Total loans and securities2 . . .

715.2

714.7

716.1

717.6

719.0

2 U S Treasury securities
3 Other securities . .
...
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and
industrial loans .
6 Real estate loans
7 Loans to individuals
8 Security loans
9 Loans to nonbank financial
institutions
10 Agricultural loans
1 1 Lease financing receivables . .
12 All other loans

54 3
140.6
520.3

54.7
141.0
519.1

57.9
141.9
516.2

61.1
142.4
514.1

197.6 > 196 7
131.1
130.7
102 5
102 2
12 3
11.9

195.1
131.4
102 2
13.7

33.9
18.3
3.3
22 1

33.4
18.4
3.4
21 8

719.7
524 8

Category

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

721.4

723.7

725.8

731.5

735.5

738.6

745.2

64.5
142.4
512.1

67.6
143.3
510.5

70.5
144.0
509.3

72.5
144.8
508.5

76.5
145.0
510.0

78.5
145.4
511.6

80 1
145.5
513.0

82.2
145.6
517.4

193.8
131.5
101 8
11.5

192.3
131.6
101 6
11.6

190.7
131.8
101 5
12.8

189.5
131.8
101.6
12.4

188.9
131.9
102.1
10.8

188.7
132.3
102.6
11.4

188.8
132.9
103.3
12.5

189.0 > 189.6
133.6
134.5
104 1
105.0
12.5
13.5

32.5
18.5
3.4
19.5

32.1
18.7
3.5
21.2

31.7
18.7
3.6
21.1

31.5
18.7
3.6
19.9

31.3
18.9
3.7
20.1

31.0
19.2
3.7
20.8

30.6
19.5
3.8
21.1

29.9
19.7
3.9
20.8

29.5
19.8
3.9
20 5

28.9
20.1
4.0
22.0

719.2

720.6

722.1

723.6

725.9

728.1

730.2

735.9

740.1

743.2

749.5

523 6

520 8

518 6

5166

515 1

513.7

512.9

514.4

516 2

517 6

521.8

1975

MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold2- 3
14 Total loans plus 3
loans sold2*
15 Total loans sold to
affiliates3
16 Commercial and industrial3
loans plus loans sold . . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold3
18 Acceptances held
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans
20
To U.S addressees4 .
21
To non-U.S. addressees . .
22 Loans to foreign banks
23 Loans to commercial banks
in the United States .

45

44

46

45

45

45

4.4

4.4

44

46

46

43

200.3

199.3

197.8

196.5

195.1

193.5

192.3

191.6

191.4

191.6

191.8

192.1

2.6
3.6

2.6
4.1

2.7
4.0

2.7
3.9

2.8
4.2

2.8
4.3

2.7
4.4

2.7
4.6

2.7
4.5

2.8
4.5

2.8
5.3

2.6
6.1

194 1
186 5
7.5
8.9

192 5
184 6
8.0
8.7

191 1
182.7
8.3
8.3

189 9
181.5
8.4
8.5

188 1
179.9
8.3
8.7

1864
178.1
8.3
8.4

185.1
176.6
8.5
8.6

184.3
175.7
8.7
8.8

184 2
175.3
8.9
9.0

184 3
175.1
9.1
9.2

183 7
174 6
9.0
9.5

183 4
174.7
8.8
9.2

41 5

43 4

44.5

42.3

40.1

41.8

40.7

39.9

39.1

39.2

41 1

39.9

IS>76

1 Total loans and securities2 . . .

745.5

749.8

753.6

757.8

762.5

767.5

770.2

775.8

780.3

788.8

796.0

804.6

2 U.S. Treasury securities . .
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and
industrial loans . . .
6 Real estate loans
7 Loans to individuals
8 Security loans
9 Loans to nonbank financial
institutions
10 Agricultural loans
1 1 Lease financing receivables . .
12 All other loans
..

84.4
145 4
515.7

85 7
145 4
-518.7

87.4
145 0
521.2

89.8
145 3
522.7

91.4
145 7
525.4

91.5
146 2
529.7

92.2
146.7
531.2

93.6
147.0
535.2

94.5
96.8
147 7
147 2
538.6 . 544.3

98 5
148 3
549.2

100.8
148 8
555.0

189.2
135 6
105.8
12 4

188.9
1364
106.4
12 1

186.6*
137 9*
107.1
14 7

183.5
139 8
108.0
14 8

184.4
140 8
109.0
14 9

184.9
141 6
110.0
15 5

184.9
142.6
111.0
15,5

185.5
143.8
112.0
160

186.8
145 1
112.9
16 3

188.2
146 2
114.0
16 9

189.8
147 5
115.1
16 9

*190.9
148 9
116.3
17 7

28.4
204
4.0
19.9

28 5
20 6
4.1
21 6

28.8*1
20 9
4.2
21.0*

28.5
21 2
4.3
22.5

27.9
21 5
4.5
22.5

27 6
21 7
4.6
23 8

27.0
22.0
4.7
23.6

26.4
22.1
4.8
24.6

25.9
22 4
4.8
24.4

26.2
22 6
4.9
25 3

26 2
22 9
5.0
25 7

26 3
23 2
5.1
26 7

749 7

754 1

757 8

761 8

766 7

771 9

774.7

779 9

784 1

792 5

799 6

808 3

5200

523 0

525.4

526.7

529 7

534 1

535 7

539 3

542 3

548 0

552 8

558 7

4.2

4.3

4.2

4.0

4.2

4.4

4.5

4.1

3.8

37

37

37

191.7

191.6

186.0

187.0

187.7

187.7

188.1

189.2

190.6

192.2

193.3

MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold2* 3
14 Total loans plus 3
loans sold2'
15 Total loans sold to
affiliates3
16 Commercial and industrial3
loans plus loans sold . . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold3
18 Acceptances held
...
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans 4
20
To U.S. addressees
21
To non-U.S. addressees . .
22 Loans to foreign banks
23 Loans to commercial banks
in the United States




189.2J}

2.5
5.5

2.7
56

2.6
5.4

2.5
5.4

2.7
53

28
50

29
52

2.6
56

24
62

24
64

24
68

23
79

183.6
174.3
9.3
92

183.3
174.1
9.3
96

181.2
171.7
9.5
98

178.1
168.6
9.5
98

179.0
169.2
9.8
98

179.9
169.8
10.1
10 4

179.7
169.8
9.9
10 6

179.9
169.8
10.1
10 9

180.6
170.4
10.2
10 8

181.8
171.4
10.4
11 1

183.0
172.6
10.4
11 6

183.0
173.0
10.0
11 6

42 A

43.0

43.0

42.7

39.1

40.3

40.8

41.8

44.4

44.6

45.0

48.6

31

15. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
A. Seasonally adjusted—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
Category

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug. j Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1977
1 Total loans and securities2 . . .

809.9

816.7

824.2

830.9

840.2

846.5

853.8

862.8

869.0

876.1

884.5

891.5

2 U S Treasury securities . .
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and
industrial loans
6 Real estate loans
7 Loans to individuals
8 Security loans
9 Loans to nonbank financial
institutions .
10 Agricultural loans
1 1 Lease financing receivables . .
12 All other loans

102 2
149.0
558.7

102 9
149 8
564.1

104 2
149 8
5702

103 0
151 8
5762

103 3
153.6
583.4

103 3
153 9
589.3

102 7
155 2
595.9

102 0
155 8
605.0

101 5
156 6
610.9

100 5
157 6
618.0

100 1
158 7
6257

99 8
1593
632 5

191.4
150.2
117.8
18 8

192 9
152.1
119.3
18 9

195 2
153 9
121.0
19 2

1960
155 9
122.8
19 7

197 8
158.4
125.0
19.6

199 7
160 6
126.8
19 1

201 2
163 0
128.8
195

203 4
165.7
130.5
20 1

204 7
167 8
132.2
20 8

207 1
1702
134.0
20 8

209 1
172 8
135 8
21 6

210 99
175 29
138.2
21 1

26 3
23.4
5.1
25 8

25 9
23.7
5.1
26 1

25 9
24.0
5.1
25 8

25 6
24.4
5.1
26 6

25 7
24.9
5.1
270

25 5
25.3
5.2
27 2

25 2
25.5
5.2
27 4

25 1
25.6
5.3
29 2

25 3
25.8
5.4
28 9

25 5
25.8
5.5
290

25 5
25.8
5.6
295

25 69
25.8
5.8
29 9

MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold2- 3

813.7

820.5

828.1

834.9

844.1

850.4

857.8

866.9

873.1

880.2

889.1

896.2

562.6

567.9

5740

580 1

587.2

593 2

599.9

609.1

615.0

622.1

6303

637.1

38

38

39

39

3.8

39

4.0

41

4.1

4.1

45

4.7

193.9

195.5

197.8

198.7

200.5

202.4

204.0

206.1

207.3

209.6

21L8

25
7.2

26
6.7

27
66

27
69

2.7
6.7

28
6.4

28
6.5

27
6.8

26
6.8

25
6.9

27
69

27
7.6

184.2
173.6
10.6
11 7

186.3
175.8
10.5
11 7

188 5
178.1
10.5
11 6

189 1
179.0
10.1
12 0

191.0
181.0
10.1
124

193.3
183.1
10.1
120

194.7
184.5
10.1
122

196.6
186.4
10.2
12 7

197.9
187.5
10.4
13 2

200.2
189.6
10.6
13 6

2022
191.7
10.5
13 3

203.3
193.7
9.6
13 5

47.8

45.4

45.9

48.4

45.9

47.5

48.7

47.4

50.7

51.6

52.1

55.0

1 Total loans and securities2 . . .

900.1

908.2

918.8

930.2

941.6

952.8

964.3

971.0

981.3

992.1 1,004.1 1,013.5'°

2
3
4
5

99.5
1596
641.0

99.9
1604
647.9

995
161 7
657.6

99 3
163 5
667.3

98.7
164.7
678.2

98.2
165 8
688.8

98.2
166 1
700.0

97.7
167 1
706.2

97.5
169 0
714.8

96.9
1702
724.9

95 9
171 2
737.0

93.8
172.810
747.010

2B.2
178.2
1402
21 7

216.2
180.7
1420
206

2203
183.2
144 1
20 9

223,5
185.7
146 5
21 2

227.8
188.8
149 1
21.0

231.3
192.1
151 9
21 1

234.0
195.2
155 3
21.0

236.0
198.5
158 3
20.1

237.8
201.4
159 7
20.6

240.6
204.6
162 3
19.8

243.8
207.6
163 8
199

245. 910
210.4
1646
19.9

25 2
25.9
5.8
30.7

25 0
26.0
5.9
31.5

25 1
260
6.0
32 1

25 4
260
6.1
33.0

25.7
26.2
6.2
33.4

26.1
26.5
6.3
33.6

26.5
26.8
6.4
34.9

26.5
27.1
6.5
33.2

26.6
27.3
6.7
34.6

269
27.7
6.9
36.1

269
28.0
7.2
39.8

26.9
28.1
7.5
43.610

904.8

912.8

923.1

934.5

946.0

957.1

968.8

975.6

985.9

995.9 1,007.8 1,017.210

645 7

652 5

661 8

671 6

682.5

693.2

704.5

710.8

719.3

728 8

14 Total loans plus 3
loans sold215 Total loans sold to
affiliates3
16 Commercial and industrial3
loans plus loans sold . . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold3 . . . .
18 Acceptances held
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans
20
To U.S. addressees4
21
To non-U.S. addressees . .
22 Loans to foreign banks
23 Loans to commercial banks
in the United States

213.69

1978

U.S. Treasury securities
Other securities . .
Total loans and leases2
° Commercial and
industrial loans
6 Real estate loans
7 Loans to individuals
8 Security loans . .
9 Loans to nonbank financial
institutions . . . .
10 Agricultural loans
1 1 Lease financing receivables . .
12 All other loans
MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold2' 3
14 Total loans plus 3
loans sold215 Total loans sold to
affiliates3
16 Commercial and industrial3
loans plus loans sold . . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold3
18 Acceptances held
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans . . .
20
To U.S. addressees4
21
To non-U.S. addressees . .
22 Loans to foreign banks . .
23 Loans to commercial banks
in the United States

32




740 7

750. 710

4.7

4.6

43

4.3

4,3

4.4

4.5

4.6

4.5

3.8

3.6

215.7

218.5

222.9

225.8

230.0

233.5

236.3

238.4

240.1

242.6

245.6

247.810

2.5
68

2.4
64

2.6
65

2.3
65

2.2
64

2.2
6.5

2.3
6.3

2.4
6.1

2.3
6.4

1.9
67

1.8
66

1.9'°
6.6

206.3
196.1
10.2
13.8

209.8
199.3
10.5
14.4

213 7
202.9
10.8
15.6

217.0
206.1
10.9
15.5

221.4
210.1
11.3
14.7

224.8
213.3
11.5
16.1

227.7
216.0
11.7
16.4

229.9
217.8
12.1
15.7

231.4
219.0
12.4
16.4

233.9
221.1
12.8
18.0

237.2
223.8
13.4
19.6

239.3
226.1
13.2
20.9

55.4

54.0

53.8

56.3

51.8

54.4

51.5

51.5

53.9

53.9

58.2

58.4

3.7

15. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
A. Seasonally adjusted—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
Category

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug,

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1979

1 Total loans and securities2 . . . 1,027.2" 1,036.2 1,047.5 1,060.4 1,070.7 1,084.0 1,097.6 1,107.5 1,124.3 1,128.5 1,126.2 1,135.9
2 U.S. Treasury securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and
industrial loans
6 Real estate loans
7 Loans to individuals
8 Security loans
9 Loans to nonbank financial
institutions
10 Agricultural loans
1 1 Lease financing receivables . .
12 All other loans
MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold2' 3
14 Total loans plus 3
loans sold2. ...
15 Total loans sold to
affiliates3
16 Commercial and industrial3
loans plus loans sold . . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold3
18 Acceptances held
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans
20
To U S addressees4
21
To non-U.S. addressees. . .
22 Loans to foreign banks
23 Loans to commercial banks
in the United States

93 7
177 3M
756 2

93.3
178 3
7646

94.1
1794
773.9

94.7
180.4
785.3

94.9
181 1
794.6

95.0
181.9
807.1

94.7
183 5
819.5

93.7
185 4
828.5

94.1
187.5
842.7

94.4
188 8
845.3

94.2
1899
842.1

94 5
191 5
8499

250 611
212 3 M
165 7 "
20 1

254 6
214.4
168 0
21.2

258.2
216.7
170 1
21.2

262.8
219.1
172.3
21.8

268 0
221.4
174 8
22.4

272.4
224.7
176.9
22.2

276.8
228.1
178 1
23.0

280.4
230.6
179.7
22.6

285.4
233.5
181.5
23.5

2874
2874
236.4 * 238.7
182 5
183 6
20.9
18.6

291 2
242 1
184 7
19 1

27 2n
28 4
7.5
44.4

26 5
28.6
7.6
43.7

26.4
28.7
7.7
44.9

26.7
29.0
7.8
45.8

27 1
29.2
8.0
43.8

27.5
29.5
8.1
46.0

28.4
29.7
8.3
47.3

28.7
29.9
8.5
48.0

28.9
30.2
8.7
51.2

29.5
30.4
8.8
49.3

29.2
30.7
9.0
45.0

28 7
31 0
9.3
43.9

1,030.8'! 1,039.8 1,051.0 1,064.1 1,074.3 1,087.8 1,101.4 1,111.2 1,128.0 1,132.1 1,129.8 1,138.912
768 2

777.5

789.0

798.3

810.9

823.2

832.2

846.4

848.9

845.7

852.912

36

3.5

3.6

37

3.8

3.7

3.7

3.7

3.6

3.6

30 12

257.1

260.7

265.4

270.6

275.2

279.6

283.2

288.1

290.1

290.0

293.212

25
67

2.5
71

2.5
7.2

2.6
7.2

2.7
7.2

2.8
7.4

2.8
7.8

2.8
7.6

2.7
7.8

2.7
7.6

2.5
7.5

2.012
82

243 9
228 9
15.0
21.1

247 4
231 9
15.5
20.8

251.0
235 1
16.0
21.1

255.6
2394
16.2
20.7

260 8
243 9
16.9
19.8

265.0
247 7
17.3
21.3

268.9
251 3
17.6
21.3

272.8
254 5
18.3
20.7

277.6
258 5
19.1
22.3

279.8
2606
19.3
21.6

279.9
260 6
19.3
19.0

283 0
264 6
18.4
18.3

56 5

56.9

59.0

62.6

58.4

64.6

65.0

68.3

72.3

72.1

72.9

76.1

759 8n
36

253. 111

19 80

1 Total loans and securities2 . . . 1,144.5 1,157.9 1,166.4 1,164.7 1,161.4 1,161.3 1,169.2 1,185.2 1,192.8 1,203.4 1,221.1 1,239.6
2 U.S. Treasury securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and
industrial loans
6 Real estate loans
7 Loans to individuals
8 Security loans
9 Loans to nonbank financial
institutions
10 Agricultural loans
1 1 Lease financing receivables . .
12 All other loans
MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold2' 3
14 Total loans plus 3
loans sold2'
15 Total loans sold to
affiliates3
16 Commercial and industrial3
loans plus loans sold . . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold3
18 Acceptances held
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans
20
To U.S. addressees4
21
To non-U.S. addressees. . .
22 Loans to foreign banks
23 Loans to commercial banks
in the United States




94.6
193.1
856 8

95.3
194.9
867.7

95.3
196.0
875.1

94.9
197.2
872.6

96.3
200.5
864.6

98.0
202.6
860.6

100.5
205.1
863.6

104.1
207.3
873.7

105.5
207.8
879.4

106.5
210.3
886.6

108.8
212.4
899.9

295.9
244.6
185.8
17 9

299.5
247.9
187.5
17 6

303.0
250.1
187.5
16.7

302.3
251.8
184.9
15.8

300.1
252.3
181.7
15.2

299.3
253.0
179.5
15.2

301.0
253.9
178.6
14.6

305.9 * 309.6
256.0
254.9
177.9
178.1
15.3
15.3

314.6
258.0
178.1
16.1

3213.9
260.1
178.6
16.9

110.0
214.4
915.1
<i
326.8
262.6
179.6
18.5

28.8
31.1
9.6
43.1

28.9
31.2
9.7
45.3

30.1
31.3
9.9
46.5

29.4
31.2
10.0
47.3

27.5
31.2
10.1
46.4

26.6
30.9
10.2
45.8

27.1
30.9
10.4
47.2

27.8
31.2
10.7
50.0

28.4
31.3
10.7
52.9

29.0
31.5
10.9
56.2

27.2
31.1
10.4
50.6

27.4
31.1
10.5
51.5

1,147.2 1,160.5 1,169.0 1,167,3 1,164.1 1,164.1 1,172.0 1,188.1 1,195.7 1,206.2 1,223.7 1,242.3
859.5

870.3

877.7

875.2

867.3

863.4

866.4

876.6

882.3

889.3

902.6

917.8

2.7

2.6

2.6

2.6

2.7

2.8

2.8

2.9

2.9

2.8

2.6

2.7

297.7

301.3

304.7

304.0

301.9

301.2

302.8

307.8

311.5

316.4

322.7

328.6

1.7
81

1.7
87

1.7
8.4

1.7
8.3

1.7
8.6

1.9
8.8

1.9
9.0

1.9
9.0

1.9
8.2

1.8
8.5

1.7
8.7

1.8
78

287 9
268.2
19.6
18 0

290.9
270.8
20.1
18.7

294.6
274.6
20.0
19.0

294.0
274.2
19.8
19.4

291.5
270.9
20.6
20.1

290.5
269.9
20.6
19.5

292.0
271.3
20.6
20.3

296.9
275.3
21.6
21.9

301.4
279.6
21.8
21.7

306.1
284.3
21.8
22.3

312.3
289.9
22.4
23.6

319.0
297.6
21.4
23.4

78 1

809

78 6

83.8

84 5

87.2

88 6

95.8

91.9

920

n a.

na

33

15. Loans and securities of ail commercial banks1—Continued
A. Seasonally adjusted—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
Category

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1981

1 Total loans and securities2 . . . 1,251.4 1,255.713 1,261.0 1,267.9
2 U.S. Treasury securities
3 Other securities .
. . .
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and
industrial loans . .
6 Real estate loans
7 Loans to individuals
8 Security loans
9 Loans to nonbank financial
institutions
..
10 Agricultural loans
1 1 Lease financing receivables . .
12 All other loans
MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold 2 - 3 . . .
14 Total loans plus 3
loans sold215 Total loans sold to
affiliates3
16 Commercial and industrial3
loans plus loans sold . . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold3
18 Acceptances held
..
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans
20
To U.S. addressees4
21
To non-U.S. addressees . .
22 Loans to foreign banks . . . .

34




1,285.1 1,295.4 1,302.8 1,312.2 1,317.8 1,324.0 1,327.5 1,316.315

113.2
216.6
921.6

113.4
217.9
924.413

112.9
219.4
928.8

113.9
219 5
9345

116.0
2206
948.5

116.7
221.6
957.2

116.4
222.3
964.0

115.6
223.8
972.7

113.2
225.6
979.0

112.5
228.7
982.8

110.3
231 2
986.0

111.0
231 415
973.915

330.0
264.2
180 0
19.2

330.013
265. 913
180 2
18.8

331.4
267.9
180 6
19.6

332 814
270.1
180 2
20.1

339 4
272.6
180 8
207

345.1
275.1
181.2
21.0

350,9
276.9
18L8
20.1

356.6
279.1
182.6
17.9

360*. 6
280.6
183.2
19.1

363.7
281.8
183 4
19.6

363 4
283.1
183 7
21 0

358 O15
285 7
185 1
21 9

29.7
31.6
11.3
55.6

29 313
31.8 13
11.8
56.6

293
32.1
11.9
56.1

296
32.4
12.0
57.5

307
32.6
12.0
59.6

31.4
32.8
12.2
58.4

31.5
33,0
12.3
57.7

31.6
33.0
12.3
59.7

31.0
33.0
12.4
59.1

305

304

32.9
12.5
58.3

32.9
12,6
58.9

302
330

1,254.2 1,258.513 1,263.8 1,270.7
924.3
2.8

331.9

927.213
2.8

331.913

931.5
28

333.3

937,2
27

334.614

12.7
47.215

1,287.9 1,298.3 1,305.5 1,314.8 1,320.5 1,326.7 1,330.3 1,319.115
951.3

960.0

966.7

975.4

981.8

985.5

988.8

28

29

27

26

27

27

27

341.4

347.1

352.9

358.6

362.6

365.8

365.5

19
8.6

19
8.7

19
92

19
10 1

20
98

21
9.9

20
102

20
96

20
88

20
92

21
88

321 4
297.8
23.6
24.0

321 3
296.9
24.4
24.2

322 3
297.9
24.4
23.0

322 7
298.0
24.6
23.1

329 6
303.2
26.3
243

335 1
308.6
26.5
23.9

340 7
314,5
26.2
240

347 0
320.3
26.7
24.3

351 8
324.8
27.0
23.9

354 6
327.8
26.7
23 6

3545
328.3
26.3
23 4

976.715
28

360.215
22
89
349 I 15
334.9 15
14.2
19 O15

15. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
July

Aug.

613.3

620.5

627.8

633.2

637.0

642.3

653.2

58.9
119.8
425 4

58.3
120.9
4340

57.1
121.8
441.6

55.9
123.6
448.4

56.0
125.2
452.1

56.2
126.7
454 2

58.4
127.4
456 5

59.4
129.4
464 5

152.1
103.7
90.4
13.8

154.5
105.3
91.8
13.6

157.8
107.4
93.3
13.3

160.5
109.4
94.9
12.7

162.1
111.4
96.5
13.7

162.9
113.3
97.5
13.1

163.4
114.8
98.1
13.0

163.9
116.4
98.9
12.9

166.7
117.5
99.4
13.9

24.1
15.0
1.6
16.1

24.9
15.2
1.6
16.3

25.8
15.5
1.7
17.1

26.9
15.8
1.8
17.7

27.9
16.2
1.8
18.2

28.6
16.5
1.9
17.7

28.8
16.6
1.9
18.0

28.2
16.7.
2.0
17.9

27.8
17.0
2.0
17.7

28.9
17.1
2.1
18.8

582.9

593.9

601.4

607.7

616.8

624.3

632.3

637.9

641.6

646.7

657.6

395.0

402.9

414.3

421.6

429.0

437.6

445.5

452,9

456.7

458.7

460.8

468.8

2.7

2.8

3.1

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.9

4.5

4.6

4.6

4.3

4.4

140.5

144.6

150.5

154.4

156.8

160.0

162.9

164.8

165.8

166.2

166.5

169,3

1.8
24

1.9
24

2.0
26

2.3
26

2.3
2.7

2.2
30

2.4
3.0

2.7
2.9

2.8
2.6

2.8
2.6

2.6
2.5

2.6
26

136.3
1307
5.6
45

140.4
134.5
5.8
55

145.9
139 6
6.3
65

149.5
143.2
6.3
6.4

151.8
145.4
6.4
6.5

154.8
148.2
6.5
6.7

157.5
150.9
6.6
6.8

159.2
152.7
6.5
6.6

160.3
154.0
6,3
6,4

160.8
154.4
6.4
6.5

161.4
154.9
6.5
6.3

164.1
157.6
6.5
7.0

28 5

30.3

30.0

30.2

29.5

31.2

31.1

31.0

31.6

32.7

35.5

38.3

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

1 Total loans and securities2 . . .

575.2

580.1

590.8

597.8

604.1

2 U.S. Treasury securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and
industrial loans
6 Real estate loans
7 Loans to individuals"
8 Security loans
9 Loans to nonbank financial
institutions
10 Agricultural loans
1 1 Lease financing receivables . .
12 All other loans

66.1
116.8
392 3

63.0
117.1
4000

61.5
118.1
411 2

61.0
118.8
418 0

138.7
99.0
87 1
15.9

142.7
100.4
87.8
15.4

148.5
102.0
88.9
15.1

22.2
14.5
1.5
13.4

22.8
14.7
1.5
14.6

577.8

Category

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1973

MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold2 3 . . .
14 Total loans plus 3
loans sold215 Total loans sold to
affiliates3
16 Commercial and industrial3
loans plus loans sold . . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold3
18 Acceptances held
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans
20
To U S addressees4
21
To non-U.S. addressees . .
22 Loans to foreign banks
23 Loans to commercial banks
in the United States




35

15. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

708.5

708.87

711.2

719.8

51.7
138.3
518.4

50.9
138. 87
519 I7

52.7
138.9
519 6

544
140.6
524 8

191.5
127.9
103.6
12 5

193.6
128.9
104.1
12 8

194. 77
129.67
103.9
12 8

195.9
130.2
103.4
12 9

198.6
130.4
103 1
13 6

34.2
18.4
2.9
23.3

34.5
18.6
2.9
22 9

34.9
18.5
3.0
22 6

34. 27
18.3
3.1
22 5

34.2
18.3
3.1
21 6

350
18.2
3.2
22 7

699.7s

705.4

710.26

713.7

713.97

716.2

724.5

507 9s

515 5

519 76

523 6

524 27

524 6

5295

6

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

1 Total loans and securities2 . . .

654.7

655.4

666.2

679.7

685.6

2 U.S. Treasury securities . .
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2 .
5 Commercial and
industrial loans
6 Real estate loans
7 Loans to individuals
8 Security loans
9 Loans to nonbank financial
institutions
10 Agricultural loans
1 1 Lease financing receivables . .
12 All other loans

59.3
13LO
464.4

58 4
132.0
465 1

58.5
134.3
473 4

57 8
135.3
486 6

167.1
118.5
99.5
12 7

167.5
119.4
99.3
124

173.3
120.5
99.2
11 8

29.1
17.3
2.2
180

28.6
17.4
2.3
18 2

29.6
17.7
2.4
18 9

659.2

660.2

468 9

4699

Category

Sept.

July

Aug.

694.2s

699.9

704.8

55.1
136.4
4940

54.1
137.75
502 45

52.2
137.7
510.1

180.8
122.1
100.1
11 4

183.3
123.7
101.1
11 7

186.1
125.2s
101.9
12 3

190.4
126.8
102.7
11 4

31.3
17.8
2.5
207

31.9
18.0
2.7
21 6

33.1
18.3
2.8
22 7

671.1

684.9

691.1

478 3

491 8

499 6

1974

MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold2* 3
14 Total loans plus 3
loans sold2*
15 Total loans sold to
affiliates3
16 Commercial and industrial3
loans plus loans sold . . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold3
18 Acceptances held
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans
20
To U.S. addressees4
21
To non-U.S. addressees. . .
22 Loans to foreign banks .
23 Loans to commercial banks
in the United States

52.7
137.8
514,4

56

55

55

52

51

50

47

186.4

189.1

193.3

194.36

196.4

197.47

198.7

201.3

3.0
2.9

3.1
3.1

3.0
3.4

3.0
3.6

2.86
3.3

2.8
3.3

2.8
3.4

2.7
3.7

26
3.8

1705
163.8
6.8
76

177 8
170.9
7.0
85

1802
173.1
7.1
86

182 7
175.2
7.5
90

1867
178.9
7.9
96

188 2
180.5
7.8
93

190 3
182.7
7.6
92

191 3
183.7
7.6
87

192 3
184.7
7.6
86

194 8
187.1
7.7
92

42 2

42 2

38 3

39 8

38 2

38 8

38 7

39 7

42 8

43 0

44

48

49

169.7

170.2

176.1

2.6
2.6

2.7
2.5

2.8
2.8

164 5
157.9
6.6
7.0

165 0
158.4
6.6
68

41 0

42 3

52

183.7

53

1975

1 Total loans and securities2 . . .

714.3

707.4

713.2

716.7

717.8

723.6

724.2

726.1

733.0

736.3

740.0

751.3

2 U.S. Treasury securities .
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2
. 5 Commercial and
industrial loans
6 Real estate loans
7 Loans to individuals
8 Security loans .
9 Loans to nonbank financial
institutions . .
10 Agricultural loans
11 Lease financing receivables . .
12 All other loans

54.7
140 4
519.2

549
140 2
512 3

58 8
141 6
512.8

62 9
142 5
511 3

64 8
142 5
510.4

67 8
143 7
512 1

69 3
143 9
511 1

71 8
144 6
5097

75.5
145 0
512.5

765
145 6
514 3

79 3
1460
514 7

83 1
146 3
521 9

197.2
130 7
102.3
12 3

194 5
130 6
101.6
11 6

193.9
1306
100.7
13 6

194 3
130 9
100.6
11 2

192 7
131 2
100.8
11 0

191 4
131 7
101.2
12 9

190 5
1320
101.8
11 9

188 5
132 3
102.9
11 0

188.7
133 0
103.8
11 5

188 7
133 7
104.5
12 7

189 0
134 2
104.8
12 8

191 1
134 6
105.6
14 3

33 5
18.1
3.3
21.8

32 7
18 0
3.4
19.9

320
18.2
3.4
20.2

31 8
18.4
3.5
20.5

31 5
18.6
3.6
21.0

31 8
18 8
3.6
20.7

31 7
192
3.7
20.4

31 2
19.6
3.7
20.4

31 0
19.8
3.8
20.9

29 9
19.9
3.9
20.9

294
19.9
3.9
20.6

294
200
4.0
23.0

718.9

711 8

717.8

721.2

722.3

728.1

728.6

730.5

737.3

740.9

744.6

755.7

523 8

5167

517 3

515 8

515 0

516 6

515 5

5140

516 8

518 8

519 3

526 3

4.5

44

4.6

45

45

45

44

44

4.4

46

4.6

43

199.9

197.1

196.6

197.0

195.5

191.2

191.4

191.5

191.8

193.7

26
37

26
41

27
41

27
39

28
41

28
43

27
43

27
42

2.7
42

28
44

28
56

26
68

193.5
185.5
8.0
8.9

1904
182.2
8.1
83

189.8
181.6
8.2
8.0

190 5
182.1
8.4
82

188 6
180.4
8.2
8.6

187 1
178.9
8.2
85

186 1
177.7
8.4
89

184.2
175.7
8.5
8.9

184.5
175.8
8.7
9.1

184 3
175.4
8.9
9.3

183.4
174.4
8.9
9.3

184 3
175.2
9.2
97

41.5

43.8

44.7

42.5

39.7

41.5

40.1

39.3

39.1

39.1

41.5

41.0

MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold2' 3
14 Total loans plus 3
loans sold2*
15 Total loans sold to
affiliates3
16 Commercial and industrial3
loans plus loans sold . . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold3 .
18 Acceptances held
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans . . .
20
To U.S. addressees4
21
To non-U.S. addressees . .
22 Loans to foreign banks . .
23 Loans to commercial banks
in the United States

36




194.2

193.2

15. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

1 Total loans and securities2 . . .

744.8

743.0

750.9

757.8

761.0

2 U S Treasury securities . . . ,
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2 . . . .
5 Commercial and
industrial loans
6 Real estate loans
7 Loans to individuals
8 Security loans
9 Loans to nonbank financial
institutions
....
10 Agricultural loans
1 1 Lease financing receivables . .
12 All other loans

84.8
145.0
515.0

86.0
144.5
512,4

88.8
144.6
517.5

92.4
145.5
519.9

188.7
135.5
105.9
12.4

187.0
135.9
105.4
11.7

185.78
137.1*
105.5
14.6

28.3
20.2
4.0
20.0

28.0
20.3
4.1
20.1

749.0
519.2

Category

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

781.1

789.4

797.8

811.5

92.5
146.8
535.8

93.4
147.3
540.4

94.6
147.8
547.0

97.4
148.8
551.6

101.8
149.6
560.1

185.4
142.7
111.2
15.0

184.9
144.2
112.8
16.2

186.5
145.7
114.2
16.3

188.1
146.9
115.2
17.2

190.0
148.2
115.9
17.3

192.5
149.1
117.0
18.6

27.7
21.9
4.6
24.4

27.1
22.3
4.7
23.9

26.5
22.5
4.8
23.9

26.2
22.7
4.8
24.0

26.3
22.9
4.9
25.4

26.3
23.0
5.0
25.8

26.8
23.1
5.1
27.9

765.3

773.8

774.2

779.1

784.9

793.1

801.5

815.2

527.7

535.3

536.8

539.8

544.2

550.7

555.2

563.8

July

Aug.

769.5

769.7

775.1

91.7
H5.8
523,5

92.0
146.6
530.9

90.9
146.5
532.3

184.0
139.1
106.7
14.7

184.7
140.3
108.2
14.2

185.6
141.4
109.7
15.6

28.48
20.5
4.2
21.58

28.3
20.9
4.3
21.9

Tin

21.4
4.5
22.5

747.3

755.1

761.8

516.7

521.8

523.9

Sept.

1976

MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold2- 3 .
14 Total loans plus
loans sold2- 3
15 Total loans sold to
affiliates3
16 Commercial and industrial3
loans plus loans sold . . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold3
18 Acceptances held
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans
20
To U.S. addressees4
21
To non-U.S. addressees . . .
22 Loans to foreign banks
23 Loans to commercial banks
in the United States

4.4

4.5

4.1

3.8

3.7

3.7

3.7

188.4

188.3

187.5

188.9

190.5

192.4

194.8

2.7
5.1

2.8
4.9

2.9
4.9

2.6
5.1

2.4
5.7

2.4
6.3

2.4
7.5

2.3
8.9

178.8
169.2
9.6
9.4

179.6
169.8
9.8
9.5

180.6
170.7
10.0
10.5

180.5
170.7
9.8
10.8

179.8
169.7
10.0
10.8

180.8
170.6
10.1
11.0

181.8
171.6
10.2
11.2

182.5
172.5
10.1
11.4

183.5
173.2
10.3
12.5

43.1

42.7

38.9

40.1

40.2

41.0

44.4

44.6

45,6

50.1

4.2

4.3

191.3

189.6

2.5
6:0

2.7
5.7

2.6
5.5

2.5
5.3

182.7
173.2
9.5
9.4

181.3
172.0
9.3
9.2

180,2
170.8
9.4
9.5

42.1

43.1

4.2

188.38

4.0

186.5

4.2

187.4

1977
1 Total loans and securities2 . . .

809.9

810.7

821.6

831.3

838.3

848.0

852.6

861.2

869.7

877.6

887.2

899.0

2 U S Treasury securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2 . . . .
S Commercial and
industrial loans
6 Real estate loans
7 Loans to individuals
8 Security loans
9 Loans to nonbank financial
institutions
10 Agricultural loans
1 1 Lease financing receivables . .
12 All other loans

102.5
148.6
558.8

103.2
148.9
558,5

105.9
149.3
566.4

105.9
151.9
573.5

103.6
153.7
581.0

103.8
154.2
590.0

101.4
154,9
596.2

100.8
155.5
604.9

100.5
156.7
612.4

98.6
157.7
621.2

99.0
159.2
629.0

100.7
160.2
638.2

191.0
150.2
117.9
18.9

191.3
151.6
118.3
18.2

194.5
153.1
119.3
19.0

196.7
155.2
121.4
19.7

198.1
157.8
124.1
18.7

200.3
160.2
126.4
19.4

201.5
163.0
128.9
19.0

202.5
166.0
131.4
20.4

204.3
168.4
133.6
20.9

207.1
171.1
135.4
21.0

209.6
173.6
136.7
22.0

9
212.59
175.6
139.1
22.0

26.2
23.2
5.1
26.2

25.6
23.3
5.1
25.0

25.6
23.6
5.1
26.2

25.4
24.0
5.1
26.0

25.4
24.8
5.1
26.9

25.5
25.4
5.2
27.6

25.1
25.8
5.2
27.6

25.0
26.1
5.3
28.3

25.5
26.2
5.4
28.2

25.7
26.1
5.5
29.4

25.7
25.9
5.6
29.9

26.29
25.7
5.8
31.4

813.8

814.5

825.4

835.2

842.1

851.9

856.5

865.3

873.8

881.7

891.8

903.7

562.6

562.3

570.2

577.4

584.8

593.9

600.2

609.0

616.6

625.4

633.5

642.9

3.8

3.8

3.9

3.9

3.8

3.9

4.0

4.1

4.1

4.1

4.5

4.7

199.4

200.8

203.0

204.3

205.2

206.8

209.6

MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold2' 3 . . .
14 Total loans plus 3
loans sold2*
.
15 Total loans sold to
affiliates3
16 Commercial and industrial3
loans plus loans sold . . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold3
18 Acceptances held
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans
20
To U.S. addressees4
21
To non-U.S. addressees . .
22 Loans to foreign banks
23 Loans to commercial banks
in the United States




197.1

212.2

215.29

193.5

193.9

2.5
8.0

2,6
6.8

2.7
6.6

2.7
6.6

2.7
6.4

2.8
6.2

2.8
6.2

2.7
6.3

2.6
6.5

2.5
6.9

2.7
7.5

2.7
8.6

183.1
172.5
10.6
12.3

184.5
174.0
10.5
11,3

187.8
177.5
10.4
11.3

190.1
179.9
10.2
11.6

191.8
181.8
10.0
11.9

194.1
184.2
9.9
11.9

195.3
185.3
10.0
12.3

196.3
186.2
10.1
12,4

197.8
187.5
10.2
13.5

200.2
189.7
10.5
13.9

202.0
191.7
10.3
13.2

203.9
193.6
10.3
14.6

47.7

45.1

46.0

48.4

45.7

47.5

48.1

46.3

50.8

51.6

52.9

56.9

37

15. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
Category

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1978
1 Total loans and securities2 . . .

900.8

902.8

915.7

930.1

938.6

953.4

962.1

968.2

982.3

994.5 1,007.4 1,022.510

2 U.S Treasury securities . . . .
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2 . . . .
5 Commercial and
industrial loans
6 Real estate loans
7 Loans to individuals
8 Security loans
9 Loans to nonbank financial
institutions
10 Agricultural loans
1 1 Lease financing receivables . .
12 All other loans

99.5
159.4
641.8

100.3
159.7
642.8

101.1
161.2
653.4

101.8
163.7
664.6

98.8
164.8
675.0

98.7
165.9
688.8

97.1
165.6
699.3

96.5
166.7
705.1

96.8
169.1
716.3

95.5
170.3
728.8

94.9
171.6
740.8

94.5
173.910
754.210

212.9
178.3
140.5
21.9

214.7
180.2
140.9
19.9

219.7
182.4
142.2
20,5

224.4
184.9
145.0
21.2

228.1
188.1
148.2
20.1

231.7
191.5
151.5
21.5

233.9
195.0
155.2
20.5

234.7
198.7
159.0
20.4

237.2
202.0
161.1
20.7

240.6
205.5
163.8
19.8

244.3
208.5
164.7
20.2

247.710
211.0
165.8
20.6

25.3
25.6
5.8
31.6

24.9
25.5
5.9
30.7

24.8
25.4
6.0
32.3

25.2
25.6
6.1
32.2

25.4
26.1
6.2
32.8

25.9
26.6
6.3
33.8

26.2
27.1
6.4
34.9

26.4
27.5
6.5
31.8

26.8
27.8
6.7
34.1

27.1
28.1
6.9
36.9

27.2
28.2
7.2
40.5

27.7
28.1
7.5
45.810

905.4

907.4

920.0

934.4

942.9

957.8

966.6

972.8

986.8

998.3 1,011.0 1,026.2'°

646.5

647.4

657.6

668.9

679.3

693.2

703.8

709.7

720.8

732.6

744.5

4.7

4.6

4.3

4.3

4.3

4.4

4.5

4.6

4.5

3.8

3.6

215.4

217.1

222.3

226.7

230.3

233.9

236.2

237.2

239.5

242.6

246.1

249.610

2.5
7.5

2.4
6.5

2.6
6.4

2.3
6.2

2.2
6.1

2.2
6.3

2.3
6.1

2.4
5.7

2.3
6.2

1.9
6.7

1.8
7.0

1.910
7.3

205.3
194.9
10.5
14.6

208.2
197.6
10.6
13.9

213.3
202.5
10.8
15.3

218.2
207.3
10.9
15.1

222.0
211.1
11.0
14.1

225.4
214.3
11.0
16.1

227.9
216.5
11.4
16.4

229.0
217.3
11.8
15.2

231.0
218.9
12.1
16.9

233.9
221.2
12.7
18.4

237.3
223.8
13.5
19.4

240.4
225.9
14.5
22.6

55.2

53.2

53.8

56.3

51.8

54.7

51.1

50.2

53.9

53.9

59.0

60,4

MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold2' 3
14 Total loans plus 3
loans sold2*
15 Total loans sold to
affiliates3
16 Commercial and industrial3
loans plus loans sold . . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold3
18 Acceptances held
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans
20
To U S. addressees4
21
To non-U.S. addressees. . .
22 Loans to foreign banks
23 Loans to commercial banks
in the United States

757.910
3.7

1979
1 Total loans and securities2 . . . 1,029.5 » 1,031.5 1,044.0 1,060.0 1,066.4 1,083.6 1,094.5 1,103.9 1,126.4 1,133.1 1,131.5 1,145.0
2 U.S. Treasury securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and
industrial loans
6 Real estate loans
7 Loans to individuals
8 Security loans
9 Loans to nonbank financial
institutions
10 Agricultural loans
1 1 Lease financing receivables . .
12 All other loans
MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold2- 3
14 Total loans plus 3
loans sold2'
15 Total loans sold to
affiliates3
16 Commercial and industrial3
loans plus loans sold . . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold3
18 Acceptances held
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans
20
To U.S. addressees4
21
To non-U.S. addressees. . .
22 Loans to foreign banks
23 Loans to commercial banks
in the United States

38



93.6
93.7
177.3
177.7
758.5" 760.1

95.7
178.9
769.4

96.9
180.5
782.6

94.7
181.3
790.3

95.3
181.9
806.3

93.8
182.8
817.9

92.6
184.9
826.4

93.6
187.7
845.1

93.3
189.1
850.6

93.5
190.6
847.4

95.0
192.6
857.4

250.511 253.3
212.711 214.2
166.2
167.1
20.3
20.5

257.8
215.9
168.3
20.7

264.2
218.2
170.8
21.9

268.1
220.6
173.7
21.5

272.5
223.8
176.3
22.8

276.4
227.8
177.7
22.5

278.8
230.8
180.3
23.0

284.9
234.3
183.0
23.6

287.7
237.6
184.2
20.8

288.4
240.0
184.8
18.8

293.0
242.6
185.9
19.7

26.1
28.1
7.7
44.8

26.4
28.5
7.8
44.7

26.8
29.1
8.0
42.6

27.3
29.6
8.1
45.9

27.9
30.1
8.3
47.2

28.6
30.4
8.5
45.9

29.0
30.7
8.7
51.1

29.8
30.8
8.8
50.9

29.6
30.9
9.0
45.9

29.5
30.9
9.3
46.4

27.3n
28.2
7.5
45.9

26.4
28.1
7.6
42.9

12
1,033.1" 1,035.1 1,047.5 1,063.6 1,070.0 1,087.3 1,098.2 1,107.6 1,130.2 1,136.7 1,135.0 M48.0

763.7

772.9

786.2

794.0

810.1

821.6

830.1

848.9

854.2

851.0

860.412

3.6

3.5

3.6

3.7

3.8

3.7

3.7

3.7

3.6

3.6

3.012

253.0

255.8

260.3

266.8

270.8

275.3

279.1

281.6

287.6

290.3

291.0

295.012

2.5
7.2

2.5
7.2

2.5
7.0

2.6
6.8

2.7
6.8

2.8
7.2

2.8
7.6

2.8
7.3

2.7
7.7

2.7
7.6

2.5
7.9

2.012
9.1

243.3
227.7
15.6
22.3

246.1
230.4
15.7
20.0

250.8
234.8
16.0
20.6

257.4
241.1
16.3
20.1

261.3
245.0
16.3
18.9

265.3
248.6
16.7
21 A

268.8
251.5
17.3
21.4

271.6
253.7
17.9
20.0

277.2
258.5
18.7
23.2

280.1
260.9
19.2
22.3

280.5
261.1
19.4
18.7

283.9
264.1
19.8
19.6

56.2

55.8

59.0

62.5

58.6

65.3

64.5

66.4

72.3

72.1

74.0

78.9

762.111
3.6
11

15* Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
Category

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug,

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1980

1 Total loans and securities2 . . . 1,147.1 1,153.2 1,162.0 1,163.5 1,156.0 1,159.7 1,164.9 1,180.4 1,195.3 1,208.7 1,226.8 1,249.5
2 U.S. Treasury securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and
industrial loans
6 Real estate loans
7 Loans to individuals . .
8 Security loans
9 Loans to nonbank financial
institutions
10 Agricultural loans
1 1 Lease financing receivables . .
12 All other loans
MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold2- 3
14 Total loans plus 3
loans sold215 Total loans sold to
affiliates3
16 Commercial and industrial3
loans plus loans sold . . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold3
18 Acceptances held
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans
20
To U S addressees4
21
To non-U.S. addressees . .
22 Loans to foreign banks
23 Loans to commercial banks
in the United States

94.3
193.2
859 6

95.7
194.3
863 2

96.8
195.5
869 7

96.7
197.3
869 5

96.0
200.7
8594

98.3
202.5
8590

99.6
204.2
861.1

102.9
206.8
870.7

105.1
208.0
882 1

105.6
210.7
892 4

108.1
213.1
905 6

110.5
215.7
923 3

295.9
2449
186.3
18.1

298.3
247 6
186.6
17.0

302.4
249.3
185.6
16.3

304.0
2509
183,4
15.8

300.0
251 4
180.5
14.7

299.0
252,0
178.9
15.7

300.2
253.4
178.0
14.3

304.0
255.0
178.5
15.7

309.2
256 8
179.3
15.3

315.0
259 3
179.7
16.0

322.2
261 4
179.8
17.2

328.8
263 3
180.9
19.1

28.9
30.9
9.6
45.1

28.9
30.7
9.7
44.2

29.7
30.6
9.9
45.8

29.2
30.6
10.0
45.7

27.2
31.1
10.1
44.4

26.3
31.1
10.2
45.8

26.6
31.3
10,4
46.9

27.1
31.5
10.4
48.4

27.6
31.6
10.5
51,9

28.0
31.7
10.7
52.1

28.8
31.5
10.7
53.9

29.9
31.4
10,9
59.0

1,149.8 1,155.8 1,164.6 1,166.1 1,158.7 1,162.6 1,167.7 1,183.3 1,198.2 1,211.4 1,229.4 1,252.2
862.3

865.8

872.3

872.1

862.0

861.8

863.9

873.6

885.1

895,2

908,3

926,0

2.7

2.6

2.6

2.6

2.7

2.8

2.8

2.9

2.9

2.8

2.6

2.7

297.6

300.0

304.1

305.7

301.8

300.9

302.1

305.9

311.1

316.8

323.9

330.6

17
8.6

1.7
8.8

1.7
8.0

17
7.7

1.7
8.0

1.9
8.8

1.9
8.9

1.9
8.6

1.9
8.2

1.8
8,4

1.7
9.1

1.8
8.5

287.3
267 0
20.3
19.0

289.5
269 3
20.2
18.0

294.4
274 2
20.2
18.4

296.4
276 2
20.1
18.8

292.0
272 1
20.0
19.3

290.2
2704
19.9
19.4

291.3
271.1
20.2
20.2

295.4
274.3
21.1
21.3

301.0
279 6
21.4
22.4

306.6
284 8
21.8
22.7

313.1
2906
22.5
23.3

320.3
297 1
23.2
25.1

77.6

79.1

78.5

83.7

84.9

88.4

88.0

93.1

91.8

91.9

n.a.

n.a.

19 81

1 Total loans and securities2 . . . 1,254.8 1,251.4" 1,256.7 1,267.0
2 U.S. Treasury securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and
industrial loans
6 Real estate loans
7 Loans to individuals
8 Security loans
9 Loans to nonbank financial
institutions
10 Agricultural loans
11 Lease financing receivables. .
12 All other loans
MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold2 3
14 Total loans plus 3
loans sold2Total loans sold to
affiliates3
16 Commercial and industrial3
loans plus loans sold . . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold3
18 Acceptances held
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans
20
To U.S. addressees4
21
To non-U.S. addressees . . .
22 Loans to foreign banks

112.8
216.8
925.2

113.8
217.3 13
920.2

114.6
218.9
923.3

116.0
219.6
931.4

115.5
220.7
942.3

117.0
221.4
954.7

116.4
222.3
964.0

114.3
223.2
968.7

112.7
225.7
982.1

111.5
229.0
989.4

109.5
231.9
992.0

111.4 15
232. 815
981.8

330.1
2646
180.6
194

328.913
265.713
179.5
18 2

330.9
267.1
178.9
19 1

334.814
2692
178 8
20 1

339.2
271.6
179.7
200

344.4
273.9
180.5
21.8

350.9
276.9
181.8
20.1

354.3
279.0
182.8
18.3

360.2
281.4
184.5
19.0

364.2
283.0
185.0
19.4

364.8
284.4
184.9
21.3

360. 115
286.6
186.4
22.7

29.8
31 4
11.3
58.0

29.413
31 313
11.8
55.4

28.9
31.4
11.9
55.1

29.4
31 8
12.0
55.4

30.4
324
12.0
57.0

31.0
33.0
12.2
58.0

31.5
33,0
12.3
57.7

31.4
33.4
12.3
57.2

31.2
33.5
12.4
60.0

30.8
33.4
12.5
61.1

30.9
33.1
12.6
60.0

31.2
33.0
12.7
49.215

1,257.6 1,254.213 1,259.5 1,269.7
9280

923 O13

15




1,278.5 1,293.1 1,302.8 1,306.2 1,320.5 1,329.9 1,333.4 1,326.115

"

2.8

332.0

2.8

330.813

926.0
2.8

332.7

934 1
2.7

336.7"

1,281.3 1,295.9 1,305.5 1,308.8 1,323.2 1,332.6 1,336.2 1,328.915
945 1

957.6

966.7

971.3

984.8

992.0

994.7

2.8

2.9

2.7

2,6

2.7

2.7

2.7

341.1

346,5

352.9

356.2

362.2

366.3

366.9

1.9
9.0

1.9
8.9

1.9
8.8

19
9.4

2.0
9.3

2.1
10.0

2.0
10.2

2.0
9.3

2.0
8.8

2,0
9.2

2.1
9.2

321.1
296.6
24.5
25.1

320.0
295.4
24.6
23.3

322.0
297.4
24.6
22.4

325.4
300.4
25.1
22.4

329.9
304.5
25.4
23.4

334.5
308.9
25.6
23.6

340.7
314.5
26.2
24.0

345.0
318,9
26.1
23.5

351.4
324.8
26.5
24.7

355.1
328.4
26.7
24.0

355.6
329.2
26.5
23.2

984.615
2.8

362.315
2.2
9.8

350.315
334.3 15
16.1
20.015

39

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series
A. Domestically chartered commercial banks1
Billions of dollars
Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

1,108.5

1,118.2

1,135.4

1,151.6

1,177.8

1980

1 Loans and securities,
excluding
interbank
2 Loans, excluding
interbank
3 Commercial and
industrial
4 Other
5 U.S. Treasury
securities
6 Other securities

1,0783

1,087.7

1,090.6

1,093.6

1,087.2

1,090.3

1,095.2

794.2

800.7

801.5

801 7

792.5

793.0

793.5

8022

809.6

822.6

834 1

852.9

252.8
541 4

2564
544 3

2594
542 1

2599
541 8

256 8
535 7

257 5
535 6

257 8
535 7

2604
541 7

264.7
5449

2704
552 2

277 3
556 8

2829
5700

92.6
191.5

94.0
193.0

94,8
194.3

942
197.7

94.7
200.0

96.2
201.2

98.2
203.5

1008
205.6

102.4
206.2

103.2
209.6

1058
211.7

109.3
215.6

7 Cash assets, total
8 Currency and
coin . .
9 Reserves with Reserve Banks . . .
10 Balances with depository institutions
1 1 Cash items in
process of
collection

148.3

149.9

153.9

168.5

172.8

150.7

154.0

148.0

155.4

154.4

173.5

191.3

17.2

17,0

16 7

166

177

17 2

17 5

18 1

17.7

18 2

168

199

58 8

58 7

59 8

68 6

68 9

580

596

55 7

608

58 7

72 2

82 6

12 Other assets

119 3

1224

121 3

135 6

1397

143 3

143 3

1506

155 1

1520

152 6

168 2

13 Total assets/total liabilities and capital . .

1,345.9 1,359.9

1,365.8

1,397.8

1,399.8

1,384.4

1,392.5

1,407.1

1,428.7

1,441.9

1,477.7

1,537.3

14 Deposits
15 Demand
16 Savings
17 Time

1,023.6
361.6
200 1
461.9

1,030.2
358.2
1996
472.5

1,034.9
354.3
196 3
484 3

1,063.4
377 3
189 1
4970

1,059! 8 1,046.3
369.9
3574
192 1
198 2
497.8
4907

1,051.4
362 9
206 1
4824

1,061.3
3629
2092
489 2

1,076.1
369.4
2099
496.8

1,091.8
375.5
211 7
504.6

1,124.5
3926
208 9
5229

1,185.0
431.1
201 1
552.8

142.0
77 3

143.7
81 3

1409
83 7

145 1
80 5

153 3
77 7

151 9
75 8

1580
73 7

1594
75 1

164.4
75 5

162 8
747

158 4
78 3

1560
797

103.0

104.7

106.4

108 9

108.9

110.3

1094

111 3

112.7

112.7

1166

116.7

15.0

7.9

9.6

14.5

5.2

13.3

7.6

8.7

15.7

11.5

4.4

9.5

18 Borrowings
19 Other liabilities
20 Residual (assets less
liabilities)
21 U.S. Treasury note
balances included
in borrowings , , .

40




28.3

30.6

34,2

33.2

37.9

29.5

32.2

29.0

31.1

31:7

30.4

28.4

43.9

43,6

43.3

50.1

48.5

46.0

44.7

45.2

45.8

45.8

54.2

60.4

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series—Continued
A. Domestically chartered commercial banks1—Continued
Billions of dollars
Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.2

1981

1 Loans and securities,
excluding
interbank . . . . . . .
2 Loans, excluding
interbank
3 Commercial and
industrial
4 Other
5 U.S. Treasury
securities
6 Other securities

1,195.5

1,206.1

1,214.1

1,221.3

1,242.5

1,239.9

1,249.4

1,267.4

857.5

864.5

874.2

881.2

888.7

906.2

902.9

912.8

926.4

287.8
569.7

290.3
5743

295.4
578.8

298.3
582 9

301.2
5875

308.5
597 8

308.5
594.3

312.6
600.2

320.3
6060

113.1
218.1

112.1
218.8

113.4
218.4

113.1
219.8

111.3
221.4

109.4
2269

110.0
227.1

106.7
229.9

109.8
231 3

163.9

178.1

175.9

165.7

156.8

168.4

190.2

149.8

162.8

173.1

17.7

18.7

19.3

19.0

19.5

20.0

19.2

19.7

18.3

22.0

30.4

31.8

38.3

25.2

25.4

27.0

25.4

26.8

25.3

26.1

28.0

51.8

51.3

53.7

57.7

56.8

52.7

61.4

68.9

49.3

52.0

54.5

1,166.8

1,168.0

1,170.4

841.9

840.9

842.6

279.3
562 6

278.2
562 7

279.8
562 8

110.0
214 9

111.4
215.7

110.3
217 5

7 Cash assets, total . . . .
8 Currency and
coin
9 Reserves with Reserve Banks . . .
10 Balances with depository institutions
1 1 Cash items in
process of
collection

156.8

162.8

18.7

18.5

25.2
52.5
604

62.1

63.1

67.4

73.5

64.5

57.6

61.6

75.4

55.5

66.4

68.6

12 Other assets

153 8

162.9

167.1

171.1

163.1

172.2

162.8

168.3

184.5

175.5

194.4

211.2

13 Total assets/total liabilities and capital. .

1,477.4

1,493.7

1,501.4

1,537.8

1,534.4

1,544.0

1,533.7

1,558.0

1,617.2

1,565.2

1,606.7

1,651.8

14 Deposits
15 Demand
16 Savings
17 Time

1,125.0
351 0
208.7
565 3

1,131.2
345.4
213.9
571 9

1,135.7
345 3
220.1
570 3

1,151.2
356.8
222.4
5720

1,169.3
360 7
220.4
588 3

1,164.6
150 8
220.0
593 8

1,160.0
333.7
219.2
607.2

1,181.3
342.5
217.2
621.6

1,224.4
378.0
216,7
629,7

1,177.1
324.0
214.0
639.1

1 ,206.0
339.2
217.9
648.9

1,240,3
363.9
222,4
6540

157.0
77 1

164.1
80.6

164.8
80.6

180.4
81.8

156.8
82.5

170.3
81.8

160.4
86.3

164.4
89.8

176.9
91.4

174.5
89.3

179.3
95.2

190.2
91.7

18 4

117.7

120.4

124.4

125.8

127.3

127.0

122.5

124.4

124.3

126.2

129.6

8.6

8.5

10.2

16.8

5.5

17.4

7.2

6.4

15.3

13.9

5.6

13.6

18 Borrowings
19 Other liabilities
20 Residual (assets less
liabilities)
21 U.S. Treasury note
balances included
in borrowings . . .




1,188.7

41

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series—Continued
B. All commercial banking institutions3
Billions of dollars
Jan.

Account

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

Jul)f

June

Aug

Sept.

Oct

Nov

Dec.

1980

1 Loans and securities,
excluding
interbank
2 Loans, excluding
interbank
3 Commercial and
industrial
...
4 Other
5 U.S. Treasury
securities . . . .
6 Other securities

1,144.1

1,154.7

1,160.2

1,162.9

856.6

864.4

867.7

295 0
561.6

298.5
565.9

303.0
564.7

944
193 0

95.8
1945

7 Cash assets, total . . . .
8 Currency and
coin
. ..
9 Reserves with Reserve Banks . . .
10 Balances with depository institutions
1 1 Cash items in
process of
collection

166.0
17 2

12 Other assets

1,154,5

1,160.9

1,194.8

1,262.9

867.6

8564

860.1

882.2

933.9

3027
564.9

298 9
557 5

298 5
561.6

309 .1
573 .1

332 2
601.7

96.7
195 8

962
199 2

966
201 5

98 2
2026

104.8
207 8

111 8
217 3

167.9

174.2

187.6

191.0

172.3

177.0

215.6

170

16.7

167

17 7

17 2

17 7

199

29.0

31.2

35.0

34.0

38.7

30.3

59.5

59.8

61.3

67.0

64.2

65.1

65.4

82.3

60,3

59.9

61.2

69.9

70.5

59.7

62.3

84.3

1863

1904

205.5

2246

n a.

n a.

31.6

n .a.

n a.

29,1

158.5

165.4

166.2

181.2

13 Total assets/total liabilities and capital. .

1,468.5

1,4&.0

1,500.6

1,531.7

1,531.8 1,523.6

1,5773

1,703.1

14 Deposits
15 Demand
16 Savings
17 Time

1 063 8
379 3
2004
484 1

1 0705 1 076 2 1 104 5 1 1000 1 0900
375.4
373.3
378 3
3% 7
387 8
192 4
196 6
1999
1894
198 6
495.1
506.3
513 2
518 4
519 8

1 121 2
388.6
210 3
522,4

1 237 2
452 5
201 4
583 3

.,

18 Borrowings
19 Other liabilities
20 Residual (assets less
liabilities)
21 U.S. Treasury note
balances included
in borrowings . . .

42




178 3
121 2

181.7
128 9

185.2
1304

188 9
127 1

195 4
125 1

198 4
123 4

211.8
130 1

211 0
1366

105.2

107.0

108.8

111.2

111 4

111 8

114.2

118 2

15.0

7.9

9.6

14.5

5.2

13.3

15.7

9.5

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series—Continued
B. All commercial banking institutions3—Continued
Billions of dollars
Jan

Account

Mar.

Feb

Apr.

Ma;y

July

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.2

1981

1 Loans and securities,
excluding
interbank
2 Loans, excluding
interbank . . . .
3 Commercial and
industrial
4 Other
5 U.S. Treasury
securities
6 Other securities
7 Cash assets, total . . . .
8 Currency and
coin
9 Reserves with Reserve Banks . . .
10 Balances with depository institutions
1 1 Cash items in
process of
collection

j

1,254.8

1,291.4

1,297.9

1,306.7

1,334.3

1,324.7

1,335.5

1,330.0

922.9

955.3

960.8

969.8

993.8

983.6

994.7

984.5

331.6
591.3

345.5
609.8

350.3
610.4

354.2
615.6

366.3
627.5

361.7
621.9

365.5
629.2

360.8
623.7

112.6
219.3

115.8
220.4

115.3
221.8

113.5
223.4

111.6
228.9

111.9
229.2

108.8
232.0

112.5
233.0

193.2

207.5

187.8

205.2

234.5

165.4

179.3

188.1

17.7

n a.

n.a.

19.0

19.5

20.1

19.2

19.7

18.3

22.0

32.7

26.5

28.0

26.6

28.1

26.5

27.5

29.3

94.4

81.4

95.7

110.7

62.5

66.0

67.1

77.8

n. a.

n a.

65.1

67.5

58.9

62.9

76.5

56.6

67.4

69.6

228.9

238.0

228.4

233.7

251.0

244.0

267.0

288.7

13 Total assets/total liabilities and capital . .

1,676.9

1,736.9

1,714.1

1,745.6

1,819.8

1,734.0

1,781.7

1,806.8

14 Deposits
1 5 Demand
16 Savings
17 Time

1,193.3
371.0
220.4
602.0

1,235.5
389.3
220.3
625.9

1,221.5
362 .4
219.5
639.7

1,250.3
378.3
217.5
654.5

1,293.7
412.2
216.9
664.7

1,224.6
337.1
214.3
673.1

1,254.1
352.6
218.1
683.4

1,288.7
377.7
222.6
688.3

224.4
137.1

231.6
140.6

218.7
145.0

223.5
147.4

242.7
157.0

236.8
146.4

246.2
153.3

250.8
135.6

122.1

129.1

128.9

124.4

126.3

126.3

128.1

131.5

10.2

17.4

7.2

6.4

15.3

13.9

5.6

13.6

12 Other assets

....

18 Borrowings
19 Other liabilities
20 Residual (assets less
liabilities) . . .
21 U.S. Treasury note
balances included
in borrowings . . .




'

43

17. Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over—Domestic and foreign offices1
A. March 31, 1981
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Banks with foreign offices2
Insured

Item

Total

23
24
25
26
27

Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
Total loans gross .
LESS: Unearned income on loans .
Allowance for possible loan loss . .
EQUALS: Loans, net
Total loans, gross, by category
28 Real estate loans . . .
.
29 Construction and land development
30 Secured by farmland
31 Secured by residential properties
32
1- to 4-family .
33
FHA-insured or VA-guaranteed
34
Conventional
35
Multifamily
36
FHA-insured
....
37
Conventional
38 Secured by nonfarrn nonresidential properties
39 Loans to financial institutions
....
40 REITs and mortgage companies in United States
41 Commercial banks in United States
42
U S branches and agencies of foreign banks
43
Other commercial banks . .
44 Banks in foreign countries
, .,
45
Foreign branches of other U.S banks
46
Other
47 Finance companies of other U S banks
48 Other financial institutions
49 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities .
50 Brokers and dealers in securities
51 Other
52 Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
53 Commercial and industrial loans
54 U.S. addressees (domicile)
55 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)

44

1,102,693
250,675
7,264
18,241
2,906
26,869

134,900
319
475
2,802
4,597

769,555
115,775
6,945
17,766
104
22,272

386,043

295,278
12,686
24,460
2,906
37,920
139,192
8,289
374,
130,530

129,538
2,787
203
126,548
26,595
99,953
65,856

124,421
1,252
117
123,052
25,396
97,656
2,284

5,117
1,534
86
3,4%
1,199
2,297
63,572

204,895

558,107

9,878
392
42
682
8,762
7,342
166
1,254

116,693
32,491
16,174
54,965
13,063
1,637
1,125
10,301

51,865
817,831
13,038
8,388
796,405

763,001
126,571
32,883
16,216
55,647
21,825
8,979
1,291
11,555
28,677
608,258
6,907
6,063
595,288

9,654
5,502
170
3,982
4
()
(4)
12,258
325,465

356
194,019
1,597
240
192,182

28,321
414,239
5,310
5,823
403,105

196,420
(*)
(4)
(4)
(4)

118,424
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)

6,985

80,304
5,262
7,726
(4)
(4)
37,464
(4)
(4)
10,339
19,514

76,143
4,565
5,993
2,550
3,443
37,088
733
36,356
9,884
18,612

36,754
152
563
270
294
27,621
295
27,326
515
7,902

111,439
24,362
842
64,062
60,686
3,804
56,881
3,376
219
3,157
22,173
39,389
4,412
5,430
2,281
3,149
9,467
438
9,029
9,369
10,710

11,699
7,445
4,254
10,015
345,961
(4)
(4)
128,206
(4)
(4)
(4)
0
(4)
(4)

10,010
7,200
2,809
5,918
284,805
171,485
113,321

1,498
1,120
378
675
114,059
9,176
104,883

8,512
6,080
2,431
5,243
170,747
162,309
8,437

6,301

64,902
54,432
16,894
18,727
15,151
3,576
3,253
15,557
4,250
3,709
7~,598
10,470
14,008
2,526
11,482

0
(4)

78,114
1,088,467

....
-. ,
....

....

.v

56 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures . . . .
57 Installment loans
58
Passenger automobiles
....
59
Credit cards and related plans
60
Retail (charge account) credit card
61
Check and revolving credit
....
62
Mobile homes
63
Other installment loans . . . .
64
Other retail consumer goods
...
65
Residential property repair and modernization
....
66
Other for household family and other personal expenditures
67 Single-payment loans . . . .
...
68 All other loans . . . .
69 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
...
70 Other




Domestic
offices

1,498,736

1 Total assets
2 Cash and due from depository institutions
3 Currency and coin (U S and foreign)
4 Balances with Federal Reserve Banks
,
5 Balances with other central banks
..
6 Demand balances with commercial banks in United States
7 All other balances with depository institutions in United States and
with banks in foreign countries
8
Time and savings balances with commercial banks in United States
9
Balances with other depository institutions in United States
10
Balances with banks in foreign countries .
11
Foreign branches of other U.S banks
12
Other banks in foreign countries
13 Cash items in process of collection
14 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables
15 Total securities, book value . .
16 U.S. Treasury
17 Obligations of other U S government agencies arid corporations
18 Obligations of states and political subdivisions in United States
19 All other securities
20
Other bonds, notes, and debentures
21
Federal Reserve and corporate stock
....
22
Trading account securities

Foreign
offices3

Banks
without
foreign
offices

225,946
65,820
34,415
101,075
24,636
11,021
1,742
11,873

0
((44))
((44))
(4)

0
((44))
4
((4))

45,226
(4)
(4)

0
((444))
((4))
(4)

71,203

4
4)
((0
)
(4)
0
(4)
0
((44))
(4)

0
((44))
((44))
(44)
0
((4))
((44))
41,756

4
((0
4)
)
0
((44))
(44)
0
()
((44))
27,748

27,528
14,228

25,003
2,746

44,603
5,422
6,219
(4)
11,050

99,375
32,937
18,199
45,428
2,811
2,042
451
318
23,188
209,573
6,131
2,325
201,117
77,997
8,754
1,262
43,985
41,911
2,048
39,863
2,075
101
1,974
23,996
4,161
697
1,733
4
()
(4)
375
(4)
(4)
455
901
1,689
244
1,445
4,098
61,155
(4)
(4)
57,003
47,591
20,504
8,924
7,626
1,298
3,416
14,747
3,284
3,702
7,761
9,412
3,469
(4)
(4)

17-A. Continued
Banks with foreign offices2
Item

Insured
Total

71 Lease financing receivables
72 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing
bank premises
...
73 Real estate owned other than bank premises
74 All other assets
75 Investment in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies
76 Customers* liability on acceptances outstanding
77
U.S. addressees (domicile)
78
Non-U S addressees (domicile) . . .
,
....
79 Net due from foreign branches and foreign, Edge, and Agreement subsidiaries . .
80 Other
81 Total liabilities and equity capital3
82 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt
.
....
83 Total deposits
84 Individuals partnerships, and corporations ,
85 U.S. government
86 States and political subdivisions in United States
87 All other
88
Foreign governments and official institutions
..
89
Commercial banks in United States
90
U S branches and agencies of foreign banks
91
Other commercial banks in United States
92
Banks in foreign countries
93
Foreign branches of other U S banks
...
94
Other banks in foreign countries
95 Certified and officers' checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit sold
for cash
96 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
in domestic offices and Edge and Agreement subsidiaries
....
97 Interest-bearing demand notes issued to U.S. Treasury
and other liabilities for borrowed money
..
98 Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to U.S. Treasury
99 Other liabilities for borrowed money .
100 Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases
101 All other liabilities
.
.
102 Acceptances executed and outstanding
103 Net due to foreign branches and foreign, Edge, and Agreement subsidiaries . 104 Other
105 Subordinated notes and debentures
106 Total equity capital5
107 Preferred stock
1 0 8 Common stock
.
. . .
109 Surplus
1 10 Undivided profits and reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves . . . .
11 1
Undivided profits
112
Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves , ,
MEMO
Deposits in domestic offices
1 13 Total demand
114 Total savings
115 Total time
.
. .
..
. . . . .
1 16 Time deposits of $100 000 or more
1 17 Certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more
118 Other
.
. . . . .
119 Savings deposits authorized for automatic transfer and NOW accounts
120 Money market time certificates of $10,000 and less than $100,000 with original
maturities of 26 weeks
.,
. . . . .
121 Demand deposits adjusted**
122 Standby letters of credit total . . .
.. ..
123 U S addressees (domicile)
124 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
125 Standby letters of credit conveyed to others through participations (included
in total standby letters of credit)
126 Holdings of commercial paper included in total gross loans
Averages for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date
127 Total assets
128 Cash and due from depository institutions
129 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell . .
130 Total loans
131 Total deposits . . . .
132 Time CDs in denominations of $100 000 or more in domestic offices
133 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase . . . .
134 Other liabilities for borrowed money
135 Number of banks




Foreign
offices3

Domestic
offices

Banks
without
foreign
offices

14,251

12,466

2,479

9,987

1,785

19,797
1,620
83,575
1,355
44,836
4
(<)
(4)
37,383
1,488,736
1,405,102

11,988
1,076
75,953
1,312
44,529
15,051
29,478
(4)
30,112
1,102,693
1,048,331

1,299
122
24,848
1,067
9,119
(4)
(4)
2,926
11,736

10,689
954
84,031
245
35,409
(4)
(4)
29,999
18,377

(4)
365,765

(4)
715,491

7,809
544
7,621
43
307
4
( 4)
(4)
()
7,271
386,043
356,771

1,141,484
815,849
2,429
51,440
258,363
38,680
76,615
(4)
(4)
143,069
(4)
(4)

822,334
535,867
1,609
25,171
249,572
38,521
68,269
11,059
57,210
142,781
28,251
114,531

300,459
116,320
198
530
181,373
31,374
17,528
3,387
14,140
132,472
28,189
104,283

521,875
419,547
1,411
24,641
68,198
7,147
50,742
7,672
43,070
10,309
62
10,247

319,150
279,982
820
26,269
8,792
159
8,345
4
(4)
()
287
4
(4)
()

()

13,403

10,116

2,038

8,078

3,287

138,962

111,641

513

111,128

27,320

40,083
7,659
32,423
1,891
82,682
45,007
(4)
37,675
5,707
77,927
103
15,282
27,113
35,429
34,523
907

37,014
5,918
31,096
1,231
76,110
44,700
(4)
31,410
4,022
50,340
10
9,838
16,747
23,745
23,294
452

16,634
(4)
16,634
18
48,140
7,812
29,99
10,328
300

20,380
5,918
14,462
1,213
60,895
36,888
2,926
21,082
3,722

<!>)
(44
((4))

3,069
1,741
1,327
660
6,572
307
(4)
6,265
1,685
27,587
93
5,444
10,366
11,684
11,229
455

300,607
147,676
392,742
215,908
199,470
16,438
32,165

206,809
75,599
239,468
157,494
144,579
12,915
16,481

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

206,809
75,599
239,468
157,494
144,579
12,915
16,481

93,799
72,077
153,274
58,414
54,891
3,523
15,684

114,570
173,961
48,214
(4)
(4)

54,781
99,722
44,772
30,100
14,672

0
0
10,117
(4)
(4)

54,781
99,722
34,655
(4)
(4)

59,790
74,239
3,442
(4)
(4)

2,075
(4)

1,959
(4)

276
(4)

1,683
258

116
652

1,461,188
278,902
49,855
796,625
1,119,903
200,627
138,056
32,338
1,549

1,081,133
238,585
27,538
593,993
806,368
(4)
111,198
30,893
182

327,530
130,135
549
188,889
300,467
(4)
896
16,346
182

753,603
108,450
26,989
405,104
505,902
145,154
110,303
14,547
182

380,055
40,316
22,317
202,632
313,535
55,473
26,858
1,445
.,. 1,367

(4)
0
(4)

(4)
0
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)

45

17. Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over—
Domestic and foreign offices1—Continued
B. June 30, 1981
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Banks with foreign offices2
Insured

Item

Total

Foreign
offices3

Domestic
offices

Banks
without
foreign
offices

1,533,446

1,142,797

370,817

804,893

390,648

308,456
13,476
20,743
2,903
42,342

261,231
7,734
14,873
2,903
30,724

137,650
263
467
2,768
5,943

123,581
7,471
14,406
135
24,781

47,225
5,742
5,870
(4)
11,618

142,613
9,005
367
133,241
4
()
(4)
86,380

1 Total assets
2 Cash and due from depository institutions
3 Currency and coin (U S and foreign)
4
Balances with Federal Reserve Banks
5
Balances with other central banks
6
Demand balances with commercial banks in United States
7
All other balances with depository institutions in United States and
with banks in foreign countries
8
Time and savings balances with commercial banks in United States
9
Balances with other depository institutions in United States . . . .
10
Balances with banks in foreign countries
11
Foreign branches of other U S banks
'
12
Other banks in foreign countries
13 Cash items in process of collection

131,510
2,797
118
128,595
35#49
102,746
73,489

125,868
1,186
36
124,646
24,459
100,187
2,341

5,641
1,611
82
3,949
1,390
2,559
71,148

11,103
6,208
249
4,646
4
()
(4)
12,892

..

1,115,657

788,969

204,930

584,039

326,688

15 Total securities book value
..
. . .
16 U S Treasury
17 Obligations of other U S government agencies and corporations
18 Obligations of states and political subdivisions in United States
19 All other securities
20
Other bonds, notes, and debentures
21
Federal Reserve and corporate stock
22
Trading account securities
,

225,747
54,811
35,054
100,093
24,788
10,437
1,801
12,551

126,746
33,164
16,342
55,443
21,797
8,354
1,351
12,092

9,434
327
56
676
8,376
6,918
175
1,283

117,312
32,837
16,286
54,767
13,421
1,436
1,177
10,808

99,001
32,647
18,713
44,651
2,991
2,082
449
459

23
24
25
26
27

50,748
846,908
13,514
8,684
824,710

30,545
632,508
7,178
6,303
619,027

746
194,251
1,696
239
192,316

29,800
438,258
5,482
6,065
426,711

20,202
214,399
6,336
2,380
205,683

201,425

122,555
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
80,599
4,885
7,849
3,459
4,389
38,390
535
37,856
10,449
19,026

7,075
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
37,877
156
633
376
257
29,197
157
29,039
262
7,629

115,480
25,962
830
65,988
62,601
3,855
58,746
3,387
211
3,176
22,700

78,870
9,107
1,254
44,313
42,242
2,041
40,201
2,071
86
1,985
24,196

42,722
4,729
- 7,216
3,083
4,132
9,194
377
8,816
10,187
11,397

4,503
692
2,046
(4)
(4)
418
(4)
(4)
417
930

12,556
9,542
3,014
6,384
296,653
181,729
114,924

1,343
982
361
718
114,732
9,079
105,653

11,214
8,561
2,653
5,666
181,921
172,650
9,271

72,189
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
41,571
27,031
14,540

6,050
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
26,456
24,178
2,278

66,139
55,007
16,845
19,132
15,529
3,603
3,364
15,666
4,381
3,620
7,665
11,133
15,116
2,854
12,262

1,641
269
1,372
4,350
63,766
(4)
(4)
57,755
48,054
20,422
9,220
7,925
1,295
3,369
15,043
3,399
3,822
7,821
9,700
3,515
(4)
(4)

14 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables

Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
Total loans, gross
LESS* Unearned income on loans
Allowance for possible loan loss
EQUALS' Loans net

Total loans, gross, by category
28 Real estate loans
29 Construction
30
Secured by farmland
31
Secured by residential properties
32
1- to 4-family
33
FHA-insured or VA-guaranteed
34
Conventional
35
Multifamily
36
FHA-insured
37
Conventional
38
Secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties
39 Loans to financial institutions
40 REITs and mortgage companies in United States
41
Commercial banks in United States
42
U S branches and agencies of foreign banks
43
Other commercial banks
44 Banks in foreign countries . . . .
45
Foreign branches of other U.S. banks
46
Other
.
47
Finance companies in United States
48 Other financial institutions

(
?
4

()

0
((444))
(4)
(((44)))
(4)
85,102
5,576
9,894
(4)
(4)
38,808
(4)
(4)
10,866
19,957

;.. ..

49 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities
..
50 Brokers and dealers in securities
51 Other
52 Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
53 Commercial and industrial loans
54 U S addressees (domicile)
55 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
56 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
57 Installment loans
58
Passenger automobiles . . . .
...
59
Credit cards and related plans
60
Retail (charge account) credit card
61
Check and revolving credit
62
Mobile homes
63
Other installment loans . . . .
64
Other retail consumer loans
*
..
65
Residential property repair and modernization
66
Other for household, family and other personal expenditures
67 Single-payment loans
.
...
68 All other loans
69
Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
70
Other

46



...

14,197
9,812
4,386
10,734
360,419
(4)
(4)
129,944
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
- <?
(4)
45,086
(4)
(4)

17-B. Continued
Banks with foreign offices2
Item
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95

Lease financing receivables
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises , . .
Real estate owned other than bank premises
All other assets
Investment in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies
..
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
U S addressees (domicile)
Non-U S addressees (domicile)
Net due from foreign branches and foreign, Edge, and Agreement subsidiaries . . . .
Other
Total liabilities and equity capital3
Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt
Total deposits
Individuals partnerships and corporations
U S government
States and political subdivisions in United States
All other
Foreign governments and official institutions
Commercial banks in United States
U S branches and agencies of foreign banks
Other commercial banks in United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of other U.S. banks
Other banks in foreign countries
Certified and officers' checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash
96 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
in domestic offices and Edge and Agreement subsidiaries
97 Interest-bearing demand notes issued to U.S. Treasury and other liabilities
for borrowed money
98 Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to U.S. Treasury
99 Other liabilities for borrowed money
100 Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases
101 All other liabilities . . .
...
.
102 Acceptances executed and outstanding
103 Net due to foreign branches and foreign Edge and Agreement subsidiaries
104 Other
105 Subordinated notes and debentures
106 Total equity capital5
107 Preferred stock
108 Common stock
109 Surplus
110 Undivided profits and reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves
Ill
Undivided profits
112
Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves
MEMO
Deposits in domestic offices
113 Total demand
..
114 Total savings
115 Total time
116 Time deposits of $100 000 or more
117 Certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more
118 Other
119 Savings deposits authorized for automatic transfer and NOW accounts
120 Money market time certificates of $10,000 and less than $100,000 with
original maturities of 26 weeks
.
121 Demand deposits adjusted6
122 Standby letters of credit, total
123 U S addressees (domicile)
.
124 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
...
125 Standby letters of credit conveyed to others through participations
(included in total standby letters of credit)
126 Holdings of commercial paper included in total gross loans
Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date
127 Total assets
128 Cash and due from depository institutions
129 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
130 Total loans
131 Total deposits
132 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more in domestic offices
133 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
134 Other liabilities for borrowed money
..
135 Number of banks




Insured

Total

Foreign
offices3

Domestic
offices

Banks
without
foreign
offices

14,453
20,455
1,641
87,237
1,320
45,888
(4)
(4)
(4)
40,029
1,533,446
1,448,197
1,178,706
752,646
3,688
68,176
242,959
21,029
96,010
(4)
(4)
125,920
(4)
(4)

12,651
12,480
1,069
79,048
1,269
45,563
14,635
30,928
(4)
32,216
1,142,797
1,087,160
857,885
470,734
2,648
42,907
233,942
20,859
87,527
19,725
67,802
125,556
78,270
47,285

2,435
1,282
114
26,840
974
9,187
(4)
(4)
4,056
12,624

10,217
11,199
955
85,120
295
36,376
4
(4)
()
28,857
19,592

(4)
370,526
307,820
30,329
500
18,418
161,442
12,835
33,909
11,608
22,301
114,698
78,235
36,464

(4)
749,546
550,065
440,405
2,148
24,489
72,500
8,025
53,618
8,117
45,502
10,857
35
10,822

1,802
7,974
572
8,189
52
325
4
()
(4)
(4)
7,813
390,648
361,037
320,821
281,912
1,040
25,269
9,017
170
8,483
4
(4)
()
364
(4)
4
()

232,642

229,059

218,536

10,523

3,583

137,372

109,445

274

109,171

27,927

44,064
12,898
31,166
1,958
86,097
46,058
(4)
40,039
5,750
79,499
103
15,543
27,381
36,472
35,572
900

39,307
9,861
29,445
1,293
79,230
45,733
(4)
33,497
4,085
51,553
10
10,097
16,937
24,509
24,061
448

14,650
(4)
14,650
17
47,765
7,738
28,857
11,170
291

24,656
9,861
14,795
1,276
64,378
37,996
4,056
22,327
3,794

(4)
(4)

(4)
(4)
0
(4)
(4)
(4)
C4)

4,757
3,037
1,720
666
6,867
325
(4)
6,542
1,665
27,946
93
5,446
10,444
11,962
11,511
452

312,155
145,779
412,952
230,681
213,693
16,988
34,813

218,279
74,995
256,790
171,849
158,473
13,375
18,250

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

218,279
74,995
256,790
171,849
158,473
13,375
18,250

93,876
70,784
156,162
58,832
55,220
3,613
16,563

122,309
173,499
55,034
(4)
(4)

58,642
100,197
51,215
36,091
15,124

0
0
12,994
(4)
(4)

58,642
100,197
38,221
(4)
(4)

63,666
73,302
3,819
(4)
(4)

2,731
(4)

2,536
(4)

389

2,146
302

195
693

1,491,320
284,872
49,094
821,558
1,141,205
210,364
140,932
31,284
1,544

1,108,333
242,789
28,504
614,794
825,519
(4)
113,146
29,508
186

334,706
131,882
578
190,309
303,457
(4)
375
14,100
186

773,627
110,907
27,926
424,486
522,062
154,994
112,771
15,408
186

382,988
42,083
20,590
206,763
315,686
55,370
27,785
1,776
1,358

0
(44)
((4))
(4)

(4)

47

17. Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or overDomestic and foreign offices1—Continued
C. September 30, 1981
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Banks with foreign offices2
Item

Insured
Total

1 Total assets . . . .
2 Cash and due from depository institutions
3 Currency and coin (U S and foreign)
4 Balances with Federal Reserve Banks
5 Balances with other central banks
6 Demand balances with commercial banks in United States
7 All other balances with depository institutions in United States and
with banks in foreign countries
8
Time and savings balances with commercial banks in United States . . .
9
Balances with other depository institutions in United States
10
Balances with banks in foreign countries
11
Foreign branches of other U S banks
12
Other banks in foreign countries
1 3 Cash items in process of collection
14 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables
IS Total securities, book value
16 U.S. Treasury .
17 Obligations of other U.S. government agencies and corporations
18 Obligations of states and political subdivisions in United States
19 All other securities
,.
20
Other bonds, notes, and debentures
21
Federal Reserve and corporate stock
22
Trading account securities
23 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
24 Total loans, gross
25 LESS: Unearned income on loans
26
Allowance for possible loan loss
27 EQUALS: Loans, net
Total loans, gross, by category
28 Real estate loans .
29 Construction and land development
. .
30 Secured by farmland
31 Secured by residential properties
32
1- to 4-family
33
FH A- insured or VA-guaranteed
34
Conventional
35
Multifamily .
36
FHA-insured
. .
37
Conventional
38 Secured by nonfarm nonresidentiaf properties
39 Loans to financial institutions
40 REITs and mortgage companies in United States
41 Commercial banks in United States
42
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
43
Other commercial banks
44 Banks in foreign countries
45
Foreign branches of other U.S. banks
46
Other
47 Finance companies of other U.S. banks
48 Other financial institutions
49 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities
50 Brokers and dealers in securities
51 Other
52 Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
53 Commercial and industrial loans
54 U.S. addressees (domicile)
55 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
56 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures . . . .
57 Installment loans
58
Passenger automobiles
.
59
Credit cards and related plans
60
Retail (charge account) credit card
61
Check and revolving credit
62
Mobile homes
63
Other installment loans
64
Other retail consumer goods
65
Residential property repair and modernization
66
Other for household family and other personal expenditures
67 Single-payment loans
68 All other loans .
69 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
70 Other

48



Foreign
offices3

Domestic
offices

Banks
without
foreign
offices

1,563,676
300,927
14,003
25,118
3,443
39,809

1,171,939
255,788
8.137
19,265
3,443
29,843

386,378
137,197
274
465
3,335
4,178

815,588
118,591
7,863
18,800
108
25,665

391,737
45,139
5,866
5,853
(4)
9,966

144,877
9,536
320
135,021
4
< 4>
<)
73,676
1,145,658
225,832
63,509
36,030
102,005
24,288
10,628
1,840
11,820
51,947
875,987
13,904
8,966
853,116

132,173
2,683
136
129,354
24,503
104,851
62,927
816,594
125,441
31.104
16.225
56,875
21,236
8,569
1,384
11,283
32,282
659,864
7,393
6,569
645,902
f

126,417
1,451
83
124,884
22,728
102.155
2,527

12,704
6,853
184
5,667
4

217,901
9,841
305
49
660
8,826
7,144
199
1,483
427
207.202
1,813
264
205,125

5,756
1,233
53
4,470
1,775
2.695
60,399
598,694

207,418
<4>
(4)
4

127,417
(4)
(4)
<4>
<4>
$
(4)
4
<4>
()
4
<4 )
()
83,298
4,524
8,475
3,938
4,537
41,136
700
40,436
10,541
18,622
11,924
8,840
3,084
6,423
311.929
192.302
119,627
74,340
(4)
(4
,>
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
4
<4>
(4)
( 4)
()
44,532
28.767
15.765

7.962
4
(4)
()
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
4
<4>
()
4
<4 )
()
39,271
157
583
422
161
30,993
363
30,630
287
7,251
1,415
1,058
357
735
123.215
11,981
111,234
6,301
<4)
(
i>
4
<4 )
(4 )
<4>
()
(4)
#
(
?
(4)
(4)
28.303
25.764
2,538

<4>

()
4
<4 )
()
(4)
(4)
4
<4>
()
88,147
5,212
10.731
4
<4>
()
41,609
(4)
(4)
10,962
19,634
13,674
9,231
4,443
10,769
376,882
4
<4)
()
130,963
4
<4>
()
<4>
$
(4)
(4)
(4)
<!>
(4)
(4)
<4>
48,134
(4)
(4)

<i

115.600
30,799
16,176
56,215
12,410
1,425
1,184
9,800
31.856
452,661
5,580
6,304
440,776

(4)
10,750
329,063
100,392
32,405
19,805
45,130
3,052
2,058
457
537
19,665
216,123
6,511
2,397
207,215

119,455
27,668
850
67,578
64,096
3,783
60,313
3,482
222
3,260
23,359
44,027
4,367
7,892
3,516
4,376
10,143
338
9,806
10,254
11,371
10,508
7,781
2,727
5,688
188,714
180,321
8,393
68,040
56,260
16,763
19,990
15,947
4.044
3.361
16,164
4,392
3,663
8,091
11,779
16,229
3,002
13,227

80,001
9,577
1.267
44,898
42,805
2.005
40,800
2,093
76
2,016
24,259
4.849
687
2,256
4
<4>
()
473
(4)
(4)
421
1,012
1,750
391
1,359
4,346
64.952
<4>
<4>
56,623
46.467
20,264
7,423
6,106
1,317
3,408
15,372
3,394
3,967
8,011
10.155
3.602
4
( 4)
()

17-C. Continued
Banks with foreign offices2
Item

Insured
Total

71 Lease financing receivables
72 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing
bank premises .
'
73 Real estate owned other than bank premises
74 All other assets
...
75
Investment in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies
76 Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
...
...
77
U S. addressees (domicile) .
78
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
79
Net due from foreign branches and foreign, Edge, and Agreement subsidiaries . .
80 Other .
..
...
,.

Foreign
offices3

Domestic
offices

Banks
without
foreign
offices

8 3 Total deposits
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95

.

.

.

U S government
States and political subdivisions in United States . .
All other
Foreign governments and official institutions . .
...
.
Commercial banks in United States
U S branches and agencies of foreign banks
.
...
Other commercial banks in United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of other U S banks
Other banks in foreign countries
Certified and officers1 checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit sold

% Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
in domestic offices and Edge and Agreement subsidiaries
97 Interest-bearing demand notes issued to U.S. Treasury
and other liabilities for borrowed money
...
...
98
Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to U.S. Treasury
99 Other liabilities for borrowed money
.
..
100 Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases
101 All other liabilities
102
Acceptances executed ^nd outstanding
103 Net due to foreign branches and foreign Edge and Agreeiwut subsidiaries
104 Other
105 Subordinated notes and debentures .

...

106 Total equity capital5
107 Preferred stock
.
.
..
...
108 Common stock
109 Surplus
.
.
.
. . . . . . .
1 10
Undivided profits and reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves
1 11
Undivided profits .
..
.
112
Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves

10,461

1,792

1,365
107
29,808
992
11,013
<4)
(4)
4,467
13,337

11,565
992
85,747
324
38,011
(4)
<4>
25,562
21,850

8,160
617
8,758
55
363
(4)
<4>
<4>
8,340

1,171,939
1,115,125

(4)
386,112

(4)
759,041

391,737

1,476,769
.

2,509

1,563,676

.

82 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt

12,970
12,929
1,100
85,527
1.317
49.024
16,034
32,990
(4)
35,187

1,193,990
868,761
4,002
50,320
257,194
36,060
82,198
138,937
(4)
(4)

873,887
586,648
2,725
25,082
248,977
35,910
74,472
9,807
64,665
138,595
23,569
115,026

321,448
141,267
335
572
177,719
29,901
21,528
3,528
18,000
126,290
23.523
102,768

552,440
445.381
2,390
24,510
71,258
6,009
52,944
6,279
46,665
12,305
46
12,258

320,103
282,113
1,277
25,238
8,217
150
7,726
4
()
(4)
342
(4)
4
()

13,713

81 Total liabilities and equity capital5

14,762
21,090
1,716
94.285
1,372
49,387
(4)
(4>
<4>
43,527

10,455

1,555

8,900

3,258

137,705

108.967

327

108,640

28,738

50,658
15.162
35,4%
1,976
92,440
49,604
(4)
42,836

45,744
11,9%
33,748
1,288
85,238
49.241
<4>
35.997

17,211
(4)
17,211
12
47,114
9,384
25,562
12,168

28,533
11,9%
16,537
1,276
68,153
39,857
4,467
23,829

4,914
3,166
1,747
688
7.202
363
<4>
6,839

<!>)
(4

5.622

3,979

81,285
126
15,883
27,571
37,705
36,858
847

52,835
29
10,423
16.993
25.390
24,989
400

296.223
141,703
434,617
243,176
226,630
16,546
36,011

207,948
73,211
271,281
181.470
168,453
13,016
18,721

130,186
172.186

266

3,712

361,644

1,643

(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)

28,450
97
5,460
10.578
12,315
11,869
447

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

207,948
73,211
271,281
181,470
168,453
13,016
18,721

88.275
68,492
163,336
61,706
58,176
3.530
17,290

62.354
101,645

0
0

62,354
101,645

67,832
70,541

60,048
(4)
(4)

55,874
39,569
16,305

11,780
(4)
(4)

44,094
<4>
(4)

4,174
4
<4>
()

3,643
(4)

3,387
(4)

717
(4)

2,670
1%

256
576

1,532.101
285,757
51,937
849,305
1,166,681
231,545
142,167
34.256

1,142,307
242,483
30,457
640,956
847,536
(4)
113,024
32,705

351,688
132,658
822
201,237
312.328
<4>
4,611
16,640

790,619
109,824
29,636
439,719
535,208
173,539
108,413
16,065

389,794
43.274
21,480
208,349
319,145
58.006
29,142
1.550

1.533

188

188

188

1,345

4
<4 >
<>
<4)
(4)

4
<!>
<<4>>

MEMO
113
114
1 15
1 16
1 17
1 18
119
120

Total demand .
..
..
..
Total savings
. . . . . . .
Total time
Time deposits of $100 000 or more
Certificates of deposit in denominations of $100 000 or more
....
Other
Savings deposits authorized for automatic transfer and NOW accounts
Money market time certificates of $10,000 and less than $100,000 with original
maturities of 26 weeks
121 Demand deposits adjusted6
.
122 Standby letters of credit, total
123 U S addressees (domicile) . . .
124 Non-US addressees (domicile)
125 Standby letters of credit conveyed to others through participations (included
in total standby letters of credit)
...
T
126 Holdings of commercial paper included in total gross loans
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134

Averages for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report dale
Total assets
.
..
..
.
Cash and due from depository institutions
...
....
Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
Total loans
.
..
Total deposits
Time CDs in denominations of $100 000 or more in domestic offices
Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
Other liabilities for borrowed money
...

135 Number of banks




..

..

,

49

17. Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over—Domestic and foreign offices1—
Continued
D. December 31, 1981
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Banks with foreign offices2
Insured

Item

Total
1 Total assets

.

.

..

. . . . . .

2 Cash and due from depository institutions .
..
....
3 Currency and coin (U.S. and foreign)
4 Balances with Federal Reserve Banks
..
5 Balances with other central banks , . .
...
6 Demand balances with commercial banks in United States
7 All other balances with depository institutions in United States and
with banks in foreign countries
..
..
8
Time and savings balances with commercial banks in United States
9
Balances with other depository institutions in United States
10
Balances with banks in foreign countries
...
11
Foreign branches of other U S banks
12
Other banks in foreign countries
.
...
1 3 Cash items in process of collection . . .
14 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables
, ,,,
15 Total securities book value
. ..
...
16 U S Treasury
17 Obligations of other U.S government agencies and corporations
...
18 Obligations of states and political subdivisions in United States
19 All other securities
..
..
....
20
Other bonds, notes, and debentures
21
Federal Reserve and corporate stock
22
Trading account securities
23 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
24 Total loans gross
25 LESS: Unearned income on loans
.. . .
....
26
Allowance for possible loan loss
27 EQUALS: Loans net
..
.
....
Total loans, gross, by category
28 Real estate loans
29 Construction and land development
30
Secured by farmland
31 Secured by residential properties
32
1- to 4-family . . . .
. . .
...
33
FHA-insured or VA-guaranteed
34
Conventional
35
Multifamiiy
36
FHA-insured . . . .
. . . .
..
....
37
Conventional
38 Secured by nonfarrn nonresidential properties
...
39 Loans to financial institutions
...
40 REFTs and mortgage companies in United States
41 Commercial banks in United States
....
42
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
43
Other commercial banks
44 Banks in foreign countries
45
Foreign branches of other U.S. banks
46
Other
....
47 Finance companies in United States
48 Other financial institutions
49 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities
50 Brokers and dealers in securities
51 Other
...
....
52 Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to fanners
53 Commercial and industrial loans
54 U.S. addressees (domicile)
55 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
56 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
57 Installment loans
58
Passenger automobiles
59
Credit cards and related plans . . . .
....
....
60
Retail (charge account) credit card
61
Check and revolving credit
62
Mobile homes
...
63
Other installment loans
. . . .
64
Other retail consumer goods
65
Residential property repair and modernization . . .
66
Other for household family and other personal expenditures
67 Single-payment loans
.,.,.•
68 All other loans
...
....
69 Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
70 Other

50



Foreign
offices3

Domestic
offices

Banks
without
foreign
offices

1,607,795
285,338
13,835
22,225
3,613
19,283

1,196,674
233,358
8,232
16,370
3,613
7,333

394,173
131,151
290
280
3,393
488

848,721
102,207
7,942
16,090
, 220
6,845

411,121
51,979
5,603
5,855
(4)
11,950

149,654
10,983
425
138,246
4
<4 )
()
76,728
1,201,677
230,838
63,833
36,942
104,174
25,889
11,202
1,893
12,794

135,137
3,860
210
131,067
23,604
107,463
62,674

9,854
1,450
61
8,343
2,659
5,684
61,256
638,851
117,958
30,906
16,584
57,309
13.158
1,512
1,203
10,443
37,865
484,244
5,566
6,544
472,134

14.516
7,123
215
7,179
4
(4)
()
14,054

860,387
128,704
31,234
16,664
57,981
22,825
9,006
1,439
12,379
38,610
693,695
7,426
6.841
679,428

125,283
2,410
149
122,724
20,946
101,778
1,417
221,535
10,747
328
80
673
9,666
7,494
236
1,936
744
209,452
1.860
298
207,294

341,290
102,134
32,599
20,277
46,193
3,064
2,1%
454
414
25,956
220,215
6,447
2,406
211,361

131,724
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
4
<4>
(4)
()
(4)
(4)
86,397
4,471
9,153
4,111
5,042
41,757
953
40.804
11,146
19,870
14,233
10,915
3,318
6,349
332,151
203.712
128,440
77,,864
(4)
(4)
4
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4 )
(4)
(4)
()
44,978
29,665
15,313

8,646
4
<4>
(4)
(4)
()
(4)
(4)
(4)
(*)
(4)
(4)
38,287
162
585
342
243
29.450
246
29,204
306
7.784
1.854
1.501
353
785
126,698
14.118
112,580
6.889
(4)
(4)
(*)
(4)
(4)
<4>
0
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
26,293
23.856
2,436

123,078
29,350
842
68,956
65,317
3,718
61,599
3,639
229
3,410
23,929
48,110
4,309
8,568
3,769
4,799
12,307
707
11.600
10,841
12,085
12,379
9,414
2,965
5,564
205,453
189.593
15,859
70,975
57,934
16,722
21,490
17,412
4,078
3,371
16,351
4,437
3,645
8,269
13,041
18,685
5,809
12,876

80,432
10,091
1,234
45,108
42,9%
1.967
41,029
2,112
79
2,033
23.999
5,291
601
2,757
4
(4)
()
438
(4>
4
()
457
1,037
1,892
524
1.368
4.259
67,931
(4)
(4)
56,516
45,958
19,600
7,867
6,528
1,338
3.390
15,102
3,194
3,955
7,953
10,558
3,893
4
(4)
()

64,566
913,910
13,874
9,247
890,789
212,156
4
<4>
(4 )
(4 )
()
<4)

<!>)
((44>
((44>)

91,688
5,072
11,910
<4>
<4>
42,195
(4)
(4)
11,603
20,907
16,125
11,439
4,686
10,608
400,082
(4)
(4)
134.380
<4>
(4)
<4>
(4)
(4)
<4>
0
(4)
<4>
(

?
(4)
48,871
4
(4 )
()

17-D. Continued
Banks with foreign offices2
Insured

Item

Foreign
offices3

Total
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80

Lease financing receivables
, ., ,
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises . . .
Real estate owned other than bank premises
.
..
All other assets . . . . . . .
.....
Investment in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies
Customers* liability on acceptances outstanding
.
U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
Non-U S addressees (domicile)
Net due from foreign branches and foreign, Edge, and Agreement subsidiaries . . . .
Other
....

15,484
22,025
1,798
96,957
1,390
53,040
4

<)

<?
(4)
42,527

Domestic
offices

Banks
without
foreign
offices

13,645
13,688
1,141
88,100
1,342
52,614
16,611
36,002
(4)
34,144

2,750
1,429
101
39,956
1,033
12,831
<4)
(4)
13,130
12,962

10,894
12,260
1,040
94,364
309
39,783
4
()
(4)
33,090
21,182

1,839
8,336
657
8,858
48
426
4
(4)
()
<4)
8,383

81 Total liabilities and equity capital3

1,607,795

1,196,674

1,519,134

1,138,441

(4)
393,914

(4)
790,747

411,121

82 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt
83 Total deposits
....
84
Individuals partnerships and corporations
85 U S government
...
86
States and political subdivisions in United States
87
All other
88
Foreign governments and official institutions
89
Commercial banks in United States
90
U S branches and agencies of foreign banks
. . . .
91
Other commercial banks in United States .
92
Banks in foreign countries
93
Foreign branches of other U S banks
94
Other banks in foreign countries
95
Certified and officers' checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash . .

1,221,608
920,484
2,568
52,537
233,551
33,436
63,759
(4)
(4)
136,356
(4)
(4)

885,208
625,231
1,673
26,283
223,035
33,247
54,039
5,298
48,740
135,750
23,779
111,971

319,427
147,513
303
494
170,165
26,322
20,217
3,099
17,118
123,626
23,219
100,407

565,781
477,718
1,370
25,789
52,870
6,925
33,822
2,199
31,622
12,124
560
11,564

336,401
295,253
895
26,254
10,516
190
9,720
4
()
(4)
606
(4)
(4)

12,468

8,985

952

8,033

3,483

154,369

121,662

456

121,206

32,707

44,062
7,571
36,491
2,109
96,985
53,395
(4)
43,590

40,572
5,763
34,810
1,405
89,594
52,969
(4)
36,625

17,504
(4)
17,504
41
56,486
11,304
33,090
12,093

23,068
5,763
17,305
1,364
79,328
41,665
13,130
24,532

3,490
1,808
1,681
704
7,391
426
(4)
6,964

96 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
in domestic offices and Edge and Agreement subsidiaries
97 Interest-bearing demand notes issued to U.S. Treasury and other liabilities
for borrowed money
98 Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to U S Treasury
99 Other liabilities for borrowed money
100 Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases
.
101 AH other liabilities .
....
102 Acceptances executed and outstanding
103 Net due to foreign branches and foreign Edge, and Agreement subsidiaries
104 Other

..
..

5,696

3,949

82,965
131
16,391
27,999
38,444
37,602
842

54,284
51
10,847
17,216
26,170
25,763
406

..

295,902
146,965
459,314
256,527
236,146
20,381
41,843

198,416
76,685
290,680
192,479
175,880
16,599
22,266

..

124,737
12,354
187,982

105 Subordinated notes and debentures
106 Total equity capital5 . . . .
107 Preferred stock
108 Common stock . . . .
....
109 Surplus
110
Undivided profits and reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves
1 11
Undivided profits
MEMO
Deposits in domestic offices
113 Total demand
.
1 14 Total savings
1 1 5 Total time
. ,
....
1 16 Time deposits of $100 000 or more
117 Certificates of deposit in denominations of $100 000 or more
1 18 Other
....
119 Savings deposits authorized for automatic transfer and NOW accounts .
120 Money market time certificates of $10,000 and less than $100,000 with
original maturities of 26 weeks . .
121 All savers certificates
....
122 Demand deposits adjusted**
.
123 Standby letters of credit, total
124 U.S addressees (domicile) .
125 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
126 Standby letters of credit conveyed to others through participations
(included in total standby letters of credit)
127 Holdings of commercial paper included in total gross loans
128
129
130
131
132
133

1,747
28,681
80
5,544
10,783
12,274
11,839
435

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

198,416
76,685
290,680
192,479
175,880
16,599
22,266

97,487
70,280
168,634
64,048
60,266
3,782
19,577

60,294
6,500
112,930

0
0
0

60,294
6,500
112,930

64,443
5,854
75,052

69,919
..

4
<4>
()

65,277
47,341
17,936

13,352
(4)
(4)

51,925
(4)
(4)

4,643
(4)
(4)

.

..

4,743
(4)

4,376
(4)

843
(4)

3,533
329

367
812

1,575,195
273,689
57,931
888,412
1,193,554
232,550

1,174,902
228,420
33,752
677,027
865,969
(4)

356,572
132,954
701
208,981
323,918
(4)

818,330
95,466
33,052
468,046
542,051
173,470

400.293
45,269
24,179
211,385
327,585
59,080

156,015
34,761

123,706
33,216

1,355
16,666

122,351
16,551

32,309
1,545

1,520

190

190

190

1,330

134 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
135 Other liabilities for borrowed money




3,690
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)

0
(4)
<4>
<4)
(4)
(4)
(4)

.

Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date
Total assets
,
...
Cash and due from depository institutions
Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
Total loans
Total deposits
,
Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more in domestic offices

1 36 Number of banks

..

259

380,693

51

18. Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over—Domestic offices1
A. March 31, 1981
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Member banks
Insured

Item

Total

| National

State

Nonmember
insured

1,155,597

981,542

739,582

241,960

174,055

2 Cash and due from depository institutions
3 Currency and coin (U S, and foreign)
..
4
Balances with Federal Reserve Banks
5
Balances with other central banks . . . .
6
Demand balances with commercial banks in United States
7
All other balances with depository institutions in United States and
with banks in foreign countries
8
Time and savings balances with commercial banks in United States
9
Balances with other depository institutions in United States . . . .
10
Balances with banks in foreign countries
1 1 Cash items in process of collection

160,378
12,366
23,985
104
33,322

143,853
10,555
23,729
104
26,346

96,973
8,337
17,470
104
14,489

46,880
2,218
6,259
*
11,858

16,525
1,811
256
0
6,976

14,771
7,036
257
7,478
75,830

9,734
4,463
88
5,183
73,386

7,846
3,821
40
3,986
48,727

1,887
642
48
1,197
24,658

5,038
2,573
169
2,296
2,444

12 Total securities loans and lease financing receivables

883,572

735,462

567,766

167,696

148,110

13 Total securities book value
14 U.S. Treasury
15 Obligations of other U.S. government agencies and corporations
1 6 Obligations of states and political subdivisions in United States . .
17 All other securities
18
Other bonds notes and debentures
19
Federal Reserve and corporate stock
20
Trading account securities

216,068
65,428
34,373
100,393
15,874
3,679
1,576
10,619

171,851
50,292
25,873
81,494
14,192
2,311
1,404
10,477

130,671
37,911
20,895
62,266
9,598
1,691
1,053
6,854

41,180
12,381
4,979
19,228
4,593
620
351
3,622

44,217
15,136
8,499
18,899
1,682
1,368
172
142

1 Total assets

51,509

43,612

34,882

8,730

7,897

623,811
11,441
8,147
604,223

524,939
8,676
7,102
509,162

406,359
6,706
5,319
394,334

118,580
1,970
1,783
114,827

98,872
2,765
1,046
95,061

189,436
33,116
2,104
108,047
102,597
5,852
96,744
5,451
320
5,131
46,169

151,198
27,948
1,569
87,059
82,712
5,195
77,517
4,346
245
4,102
34,622

123,979
21,787
1,442
72,746
69,348
4,367
64,982
3,398
139
3,259
28,004

27,219
6,161
127
14,312
13,364
828
12,535
948
106
843
6,619

38,238
5,168
535
20,989
19,884
657
19,227
1,104
75
1,029
11,547

43,550
5,109
7,163
9,843
9,824
11,612

40,669
4,810
5,697
9,403
9,569
11,189

26,575
3,645
4,022
5,235
6,120
7,552

14,094
1,164
1,675
4,168
3,449
3,637

2,881
299
1,466
439
254
422

43 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities
44 Brokers and dealers in securities
...
45 Other
46 Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
47 Commercial and industrial loans

10,201
6,325
3,876
9,341
231,902

9,607
6,056
3,551
8,333
202,379

5,290
2,598
2,693
7,661
152,594

4,317
3,458
859
672
49,785

594
269
325
1,008
29,523

48 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
49 Installment loans
50
Passenger automobiles
51
Credit cards and related plans . . .
52
Retail (charge account) credit card
...
53
Check and revolving credit
54
Mobile homes
55
Other installment loans
...
56
Other retail consumer goods
..
57
Residential property repair and modernization
58
Other for household, family, and other personal expenditures .
59 Single-payment loans . .
.
....
60 AH other loans

121,905
102,023
37,398
27,651
22,777
4,873
6,670
30,304
7,534
7,412
15,359
19,882
17,477

96,911
80,929
28,137
24,758
20,595
4,163
5,332
22,702
6,003
5,332
11,366
15,983
15,843

79,263
66,629
23,113
20,306
17,145
3,161
4,843
18,367
5,112
4,349
8,906
12,635
10,996

17,648
14,300
5,025
4,452
3,450
1,002
489
4,335
891
983
2,461
3,348
4,846

24,993
21,094
9,261
2,893
2,182
711
1,338
7,603
1,530
2,080
3,993
3,899
1,635

11,773
18,498
1,497
91,652
289
35,716
29,999
25,648

10,837
14,947
1,247
86,033
267
35,074
28,442
22,249

7,879
12,171
997
61,674
241
25,237
19,618
16,579

2,958
2,777
250
24,358
26
9,838
8,824
5,671

935
3,550
251
5,619
22
642
1,557
3,398

21 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
22 Total loans, gross
23 LESS: Unearned income on loans
24
Allowance for possible loan loss
25 EQUALS: Loans, net
Total loans, gross, by category
26 Real estate loans
27 Construction and land development
28 Secured by farmland . . .
.
29 Secured by residential properties
30
1- to 4-family
31
FHA-insured or VA-guaranteed
32
Conventional
33
Multifamily
34
FHA-insured
35
Conventional
...
36 Secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties
37 Loans to financial institutions
38 REITs and mortgage companies in United States
39 Commercial banks in United States .
40
Banks in foreign countries
41 Finance companies in United States
42 Other financial institutions

61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

, ,.

....
....
....
....

...
...

Lease financing receivables
. ..
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises . .
Real estate owned other than bank premises
....
All other assets
....
Investment in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
Net due from foreign branches and foreign, Edge, and Agreement subsidiaries . . .
Other

52



18-A. Continued
!
Member bank s

Non-

Item

Total

National

State

insured

69 Total liabilities and equity capital2

1,155,597

981,542

739,582

241,960

174,055

70 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt

1,072,262

686,251

161,013

529,110
447 AH
1 483
31,651
42,643
4,826
33,510
4 306

224,998
164829
122,715
366
6,588
31,586
2 243
23,432
5 911

5,916
182,360
495
136684
1,135
6443
31,688
807
27 179
3,701

3,574
77,434
360
44 834
253
1 483
27,031
681
20764
5,586

1,876
40713
142
34950
229
1 972
1 543
65
1 255
222

71 Total deposits
• .
72 individuals partnerships, and corporations
73 U S government
74 States and political subdivisions in United States .
...
...
75 All other
76
Foreign governments and official institutions
77
Commercial banks in United States . . . . . . . . .
78
Banks in foreign countries
79 Certified and officers' checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash
80 Demand deposits
.
. .
...
81 Mutual savings banks
.
82 Other individuals partnerships and corporations
83 U S. government
84 States and political subdivisions in United States
85 AH other
86
Foreign governments and official institutions
87
Commercial banks in United States
88
Banks in foreign countries
....
....
89 Certified and officers' checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit
sold f o r cash
.
. . . .

841 025
699,529
2 231
50,909
76,990
7 306
59,087
10596

911,249
693,939
570,132
1,849
38,239
74,229
7,069
56,943
10,218

11,365
300607
998
216468
1,617
9898
60261
1,553
49 199
9,510

;9,490
259,895
855
181,518
1,388
7,926
58,718
1,487
47,943
9,288

1 1 ,365

9,490

5,916

3,574

90 Time deposits
..
...
...
91 Mutual savings banks
92 Other individuals partnerships and corporations
93 U S. government
94 States and political subdivisions in United States
95 All other
..
...
96
Foreign governments and official institutions
97
Commercial banks in United States
...
98
Banks in foreign countries
99 Savings deposits
100 Mutual savings banks . . . . .
101 Other individuals partnerships and corporations
102
Individuals and nonprofit organizations
103
Corporations and other profit organizations
104 U S. government
,
105 States and political subdivisions in United States
106 All other
107
Foreign governments and official institutions
108
Commercial banks in United States .
109
Banks in foreign countries

392,742
616
335 379
558
39479
16,709
5 739
9,883
1,086
147 676
*
146068
139,446
6622
56
1 532
20
14
5
*

318,138
611
272,506
410
29,120
15,492
5 568
8,994
930
115,906
*
1 14,643
109,806
4,836
51
1,193
19
14
5
*

253,289
446
217,280
298
24 327
10,937
4007
6,326
605
93,461
*
92,511
88,606
3,905
50
881
18
13
5
*

64,849
164
55 226
112
4792
4,555
1 561
2,668
325
22446
0
22,131
21,201
931

312
1
1
*
*

1 876
74604
6
62 874
148
10360
1 217
171
889
157
31 770
0
31 425
29,640
1 786
5
339
1
1
*
*

138,448
23,448
7,659
15 789
1,873
67,468
37 195

129,794
22,163
7,056
15,107
1,531
63,822
36,552

96,007
12,685
5,209
7476
1,264
47,185
26,642

33,786
9,478
1,847
7 632
266
16,638
9,910

8,655
1,285
603
682
342
3,645
643

2,926
27,347
5,407

2,822
24,448
4,287

2,644
17,898
3,094

104
2,898
1,120

77,928

66,006

50,236

177
6,550
1,193
15,770

11,922

215,908
199,470
16,438
32 165

182,513
167,584
14,929
25,280

140,426
128,879
11,547
20,652

42,087
38,705
3,382
4,629

33,3%
31,886
1,509
6884

1 14,570
173,%1

74,039
105,318
24,895
1,187
3%

14,496
31,860

26,036
36,784

38,097
1,799
910

88,535
137,178
36,193
1,751
567

11,299
564
170

1,904
48
344

1,133,659
148,766
49,306
607 736
819,436
200,627
137,161
15,991
1,549

961,416
134,190
41,949
512,145
674,907
168,431
128,840
15,244
985

725,644
90,984
31,743
396,588
514,821
128,845
96,718
7,902
819

235,773
43,206
10,205
1 15 557
160,086
39,586
32,122
7,342
166

172,242
14576
7357
95 591
144,529
32 1%
8,321
747

....

...

....

1 10 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase . . . .
I l l Interest-bearing demand notes issued to U.S. Treasury and other liabilities
for borrowed money . .
...
....
...
112 Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to U S Treasury
113 Other liabilities for borrowed money .
....
...
...
1 14 Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases
115 All other liabilities
116 Acceptances executed and outstanding
117 Net due to foreign branches and foreign, Edge, and Agreement subsidiaries . . . .
1 18 Other
119 Subordinated notes and debentures
120 Total equity capital2
MEMO
121 Time deposits of $100,000 or more
122 Certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more
123 Other
124 Savings deposits authorized for automatic transfer and NOW accounts
125 Money market time certificates of $10,000 and less than $100,000 with original
maturities of 26 weeks
....
..
...
126 Demand deposits adjusted^
...
1 27 Total standby letters of credit
...
128 Conveyed to others through participation^ (included in standby letters of credit) . .
129 Holdings of commercial paper included in total gross loans
Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date
130 Total assets
131 Cash and due from depository institutions
.
...
...
1 32 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
133 Total loans
134 Total deposits .
....
135 Time CDs in denomination of $100 000 or more in domestic offices
..
136 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
137 Other liabilities for borrowed money
138 Number of banks
.
...




147 086
129,397
382
12 671
2,760
237
2 144
379

564

53

18. Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over—Domestic offices1—Continued
B. June 30, 1981
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Member banks
Insured

Item

Total

National

State

Nonmember
insured

1,195,541

1,016,617

760,629

255,988

178,924

2 Cash and due from depository institutions
3 Currency and coin (U S and foreign)
4
Balances with Federal Reserve Banks
5
Balances with other central banks
6
Demand balances with commercial banks in United States
7
AH other balances with depository institutions in United States and
with banks in foreign countries
8
Time and savings balances with commercial banks in United States
9
Balances with other depository institutions in United States . .
10
Balances with banks in foreign countries
1 1 Cash items in process of collection

170,805
13,213
20,276
135
36,398

152,867
11,237
19,928
135
28,992

101,896
8,809
15,140
134
15,784

50,971
2,427
4,789
*
13,208

17,938
1,976
348
0
7,407

16,744
7,819
331
8,595
84,039

11,410
4,986
128
6,296
81,166

9,039
4,222
50
4,767
52,990

2,372
764
78
1,529
28,176

5,334
2,833
203
2,298
2,874

12 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables

910,727

759,378

581,752

177,626

151,349

13 Total securities book value
14 U S Treasury
15 Obligations of other U.S. government agencies and corporations
16 Obligations of states and political subdivisions in United States
17 All other securities
18
Other bonds notes and debentures
19
Federal Reserve and corporate stock
20
Trading account securities

216,313
65,485
34,999
99,417
16,412
3,519
1,626
11,267

171,936
50,273
26,247
80,765
14,651
2,126
1,453
11,073

129,497
37,295
20,989
61,239
9,975
1,590
1,096
7,289

42,439
12,978
5,258
19,526
4,677
536
357
3,784

44,377
15,212
8,752
18,652
1,760
1,393
173
195

1 Total assets

...

50,002

42,617

32,671

9,946

7,385

652,657
11,818
8,445
632,394

550,115
8,966
7,360
533,789

423,910
6,880
5,510
411,520

126,205
2,086
1,850
122,268

102,542
2,852
1,085
98,605

194,349
35,069
2,084
110,301
104,843
5,895
98,947
5,458
296
5,162
46,896

155,159
29,618
1,552
88,844
84,454
5,223
79,231
4,391
227
4,164
35,146

127,132
23,058
1,421
74,264
70,785
4,377
66,409
3,478
123
3,356
28,390

28,027
6,560
131
14,581
13,668
846
12,823
913
105
808
6,755

39,190
5,451
532
21,456
20,389
673
19,716
1,067
69
998
11,750

47,225
5,420
9,262
9,611
10,604
12,328

43,639
5,112
7,153
9,221
10,372
11,782

28,249
3,971
4,934
5,138
6,360
7,845

15,390
1,141
2,219
4,082
4,012
3,936

3,586
308
2,109
391
232
546

43 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities
44
Brokers and dealers in securities
45
Other
46 Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
47 Commercial and industrial loans

12,855
8,830
4,025
10,016
245,687

12,218
8,520
3,698
8,937
214,534

6,264
3,404
2,860
8,263
161,877

5,953
5,115
838
675
52,657

637
310
327
1,079
31,153

48 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
49 Installment loans
.
50
Passenger automobiles
51
Credit cards and related plans
52
Retail (charge account) credit card
. ..
53
Check and revolving credit
54
Mobile homes
55
Other installment loans . .
56
Other retail consumer goods
57
Residential property repair and modernization
58
Other for household, family and other personal expenditures
5 9 Single-payment loans
.
. . . .
60 All other loans

123,894
103,061
37,267
28,352
23,454
4,898
6,733
30,709
7,781
7,442
15,486
20,833
18,631

98,641
81,921
28,015
25,402
21,209
4,193
5,396
23,108
6,198
5,354
11,555
16,720
16,986

80,525
67,310
22,925
20,799
17,606
3,193
4,911
18,675
5,248
4,356
9,071
13,215
11,600

18,116
14,611
5,090
4,603
3,603
1,000
486
4,433
950
998
2,485
3,505
5,387

25,253
21,140
9,252
2,950
2,245
704
1,336
7,601
1,583
2,088
3,931
4,113
1,644

12,018
19,173
1,527
93,309
347
36,700

11,036
15,504
1,268
87,600
323
35,989

8,063
12,646
1,006
63,329
299
25,807

2,973
2,858
261
24,271
24
10,181

982
3,669
259
5,709
23
712

28,857
27,405

27,585
23,703

19,833
17,389

7,752
6,314

1,272
3,702

21 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
22 Total loans, gross
,
23 LESS* Unearned income on loans
24
Allowance for possible loan loss
25 EQUALS' Loans net

. ..

Total loans, gross, by category
26 Real estate loans
27 Construction and land development
28
Secured by farmland
.
29
Secured by residential properties
30
1- to 4-family
31
FHA-insured or VA-guaranteed
32
Conventional
33
Multifamily
..
34
FHA-insured
35
Conventional
36 Secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties
37 Loans to financial institutions
38 REITs and mortgage companies in United States
39 Commercial banks in United States
40
Banks in foreign countries
41
Finance companies in United States
42
Other financial institutions

61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

Lease financing receivables , .
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises . . .
Real estate owned other than bank premises
All other assets
Investment in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies
Customers* liability on acceptances outstanding
Net due from foreign branches and foreign, Edge, and Agreement subsidiaries . . . .
Other
..

54



18-B. Continued
IMember bank s

Total
69 Total liabilities and equity capital2
70 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt
71 Total deposits
....
72 Individuals partnerships and corporations
73 U S government
74 States and political subdivisions in United States
75 All other
..
76
Foreicn governments and official institutions
77
Commercial banks in United States
...
,.
.
....
78
Banks in foreign countries
79 Certified and officers' checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash
.
.
...
....
80 Demand deposits
;
81 Mutual savings banks
.
.
....
82 Other individuals, partnerships, and corporations
83 U S government
84 States and political subdivisions in United States
..
..
....
85 All other
...
86 Foreign governments and official institutions
87 Commercial banks in United States
....
....
88 Banks in foreign countries
89 Certified and officers' checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash . . .
90 Time deposits
91 Mutual savings banks
92 Other individuals, partnerships, and corporations
....
93 U S government
94 States and political subdivisions in United States
....
95 AH other
96
Foreign governments and official institutions . . . . . .
..
....
97
Commercial banks in United States
98
Banks hi foreign countries
....
,.
.
....
99 Savings deposits
100 Mutual savings banks
.
....
,
....
101 Other individuals, partnerships, and corporations
102
Individuals and nonprofit organizations
.
..
...
103
Corporations and other profit organizations
104 U S government
105 States and political subdivisions in United States . . . .
.
....
106 All other
107
Foreign governments and official institutions
...
....
108
Commercial banks in United States
109
Banks in foreign countries . .
.
....
110 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase . . . .
I l l Interest-bearing demand notes issued to U.S. Treasury and other liabilities
for borrowed money
....
112 Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to U S Treasury
113 Other liabilities for borrowed money .
.....
114 Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases
115 All other liabilities
116 Acceptances executed and outstanding
....
117 Net due to foreign branches and foreign, Edge, and Agreement subsidiaries
118 Other
119 Subordinated notes and debentures
......
....
120 Total equity capital2
MEMO
121 Time deposits of $100 000 or more
122 Certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more
123 Other
....
.
....
124 Savings deposits authorized for automatic transfer and NOW accounts
125 Money market time certificates of $10,000 and less than $100,000 with original
maturities of 26 weeks . . .
..
....
126 Demand deposits adjusted^
127 Total standby letters of credit
....
....
128 Conveyed to others through participations (included in standby letters of credit) . . .
129 Holdings of commercial paper included in total gross loans
Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date
130 Total assets
131 Cash and due from depository institutions
132 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
133 Total loans
134 Total deposits
135 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more in domestic offices . . .
....
136 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
1 37 Other liabilities for borrowed money
138 Number of banks




National

NonState

insured

1,016,617
945,037
720,966
590 343
2,708
37 579
78 212
7 877
59575
10,760

760,629
706,322
545,932
461 966
1 996
31 001
44 214
4 845
34 735
4,634

255,988
238,715
175,033
128 377
712
6 578
33 998
3 032
24 840
6,126

178,924

1,110,583
870,886
722 317
3 188
49 758
81 517
8 194
62 101
11,222
14 106
312,155
1 136
218,948
2619
10 714
64,632
2 685
51 997
9 950

12 123
270,604
1 003
183,864
2 308
8603
62,702
2 600
50,411
9691

6 755
185,560
519
136,416
1 702
6903
33,264
938
28,299
4027

5 368
85,044
484
47,448
607
1 700
29,438
1 662
22 112
5 664

1 983
41,551
133
35,084
311
2 111
1,930
84
1 586
260

14,106
412,952
464
357 872
515
37,233
16 867
5496
10,100
1 271
145,779
*
143,896
137 629
6,268
53
1 811
19
14
5
*

12,123
336,110
443
292,244
351
27,580
15 492
5,263
9,159
1,070
114,252
*
112,789
108 231
4,558
48
1 396
18
13
5
*

6,755
268,529
313
233,939
248
23,095
10 933
3,894
6,432
607
91,843
*
90,777
87 133
3,645
47
1 002
17
12
4
*

5,368
67,581
130
58,304
104
4,484
4 559
1,369
2,728
462
22,408
*
22,012
21 098
913
1
394
1
1
*
*

137,097

127,492

92,454

35,038

9,605

29,413
12 898
16,515
1 941
71,244
38,320
4,056
28,869
5,459
79,499

27,644
11 847
15,797
1 600
67,335
37,608
3,910
25,817
4,308
67,272

17,367
8 768
8,599
1 336
49,233
27,373
2,805
19,054
3,082
51,224

10,277
3 080
7,198
264
18,102
10,234
1,105
6,763
1,225
16,048

1,770
1 051
719
341
3,910
713
146
3,051
1,151"
12,227

230 681
213,693
16 988
34 813

196042
180,639
15,403
"27 381

152 231
140,150
12,081
22 415

43 811
40,489
3,322
4966

34 639
33,054
1,585
7431

122 309
173 499
42040
2,341
995

94,628
136 719
39,911
2,229
600

79,144
102 569
29,160
1,754
440

15,484
34 150
10,750
475
160

27,681
36 780
2,130
112
395

1 156 614
152,991
48,516
631 249
837,748
210,364
140,557
17 185
1,544

981 436
137,590
41,131
532 203
690,343
177,155
131,469
16417
983

737 508
92,587
31,822
411 660
527,349
138,118
95,333
8 545
816

243 927
45,003
9,310
120 543
162,994
39,036
36,136
7 873
167

175 178
15,400
7,385
99 045
147,405
33,209
9,088
767
561

1,195,541

165 546
149,921
131 974
480
12 179
3 305
318
2 526
461

1,983
76,842
21
65,629
164
9,654
1 375
233
940
201
31,528

o

31,107
29 398
1,710
5
415
1
*
*
*

55

18. Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over—Domestic offices1—Continued
C. September 30, 1981
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks

JMember bank s
Total

National

NonState

insured

1,207,325

1,027,718

771,128

256,690

179,607

163,730
13,729
24,653

146,938
11,707
24,032

98,193
9,172
17,789

16792
2,022

108

108

105

48,745
2,535
6,243

3

621
0

35,631

29,882

16,169

13,713

5,749

18,460
8,086

12,520
4,900

10,244
4,168

2,275

237

122

44

732
79

5940
3,186

10,137
71,149

7,497
68,689

6,032
44,714

1,465
23,975

2,640
2,460

1 2 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables

927,757

774,843

594,006

180,837

152,914

13 Total securities, book value
14 U S Treasury .
15 Obligations of other U S government agencies and corporations
16 Obligations of states and political subdivisions in United States
17 All other securities
18
Other bonds, notes and debentures
...
19
Federal Reserve and corporate stock
20
Trading account securities

215,992
63,205
35,981
101 345
15,461
3,483
1,641
10,337

171,483
48,341
26,894
82 519
13,728
2,067
1,465
10,1%

129,636
35,903
21,560
62,431
9,742
1,481
1,0%
7,165

41,847
12,438
5,334
20088
3,986

44,509
14863
9,086
18 826
1,733
1,416

1 Total assets
2 Cash and due from depository institutions
.
3 Currency and coin (U.S. and foreign)
4
Balances with Federal Reserve Banks
5
Balances with other central banks
6
Demand balances with commercial banks in United States
7
All other balances with depository institutions in United States and
with banks in foreign countries
8
Time and savings balances with commercial banks in United States
9
Balances with other depository institutions in United States
10
Balances with banks in foreign countries
...
1 1 Cash items in process of collection

..

....

..

..

..

37 Loans to financial institutions .
,.
38 REITs and mortgage companies in United States
39 Commercial banks in United States
40
Banks in foreign countries
41 Finance companies in United States
....
42 Other financial institutions
43 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities
44
Brokers and dealers in securities
45 Other
..
46 Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
47 Commercial and industrial loans

;

,.
....
. ..

48 Loans to individuals to for household, family, and other personal expenditures . . .
49
Installment loans
50
Passenger automobiles . .
...
51
Credit cards and related plans
52
Retail (charge account) credit card
53
Check and revolving credit
54
Mobile homes
55
Other installment loans
56
Other retail consumer goods
....
57
Residential property repair and modernization
58
Other for household, family, and other personal expenditures
59 Single-payment loans . . . .
....
60 All other loans
Lease financing receivables .
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises . .
Real estate owned other than bank premises
All other assets
Investment in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies
Customers* liability on acceptances outstanding
.
..
Net due from foreign branches and foreign. Edge, and Agreement subsidiaries . . .
Other

56



9,441

7 173

433 ,%2
7,021
5,680
421,261

130,614
2,213
1,920
126,481

104,209
2,858
1 102
100,249

199,456
37,245
2,117
112,475
106,901
5,788
101,113
5,574

159,671
31,520
1,576
90,669
86,162
5,117
81,045
4,507

130,998
24,452
1,442
75,834
72,244
4,237
68,007
3,590

28,674
7,068

39 784
5,725

134

541

14,835
13,918

21,807
20,739

13,039

230

20,068
1 067

129

4,277
35,907

3,461
29,270

6,636

48,876
5055
10,148
10616
10,675
12,383

...

34,906

564,576
9,234
7,599
547,743

298

..

44,347

668,784
12,092
8,702
647,991

5,276
47,618

22 Total loans, gross
23 LESS: Unearned income on loans
24
Allowance for possible loan loss
25 EQUALS: Loans, net

61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

176
141

51,520

21 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell

Total loans, gross, by category
26 Real estate loans .
27 Construction and land development
28
Secured by farmland
29 Secured by residential properties
30
1- to 4-family
31
FHA-insured or VA-guaranteed
32
Conventional
33
Mulrifamily .
34
FHA-insured
35
Conventional
36 Secured by nonfarm nonrestdential properties

586
369
3,031

115

45,005
4760
7,643
10 275
10,455
11,872

28,634
3,622
5,009
5,763
6,277
7,%3

16,371
1 139
2,634
4512
4,178
3,909

12,258
8,172
4,086
10,034
253,666

1 1 ,675
7,900
3,774
8,980
221,716

5.850
2,994
2,855
8,356
167,165

5,825
4,906

124,662
102,728
37,027
27,413
22,052
5,361
6,769
31,518
7,786
7,630
16,102
21,935
19,832

99,426
81,568
28,010
24 373
19,734
4,639
5,432
23,753
6,220
5,482
12,051
17,858
18,103

12,254
19,725
1,609
94,505

38,375
25,562
30,190

379

879

917
101
816

919
624

671
67

1,000
11,711
3,871

294

2,505
341

220
511
584
272
312

54,551

1,054
31,951

80,649
66,545
22,876
19,495
15,899
3,5%
4,952
19,222
5,246
4,460
9,515
14,104
12,310

18,777
15,023
5,134
4 879
3,835
1,044

25,237
21,160
9,017
3040
2,319

1 022
2,535
3,754
5,793

1 337
7,765
1,566
2 148
4,051
4,077
1,729

11,271
16,006
1,339
88,593

8,203
13,064
1,075
64,789

3,068
2,942
263
23,804

3,719
270
5,912

37,594
24,413
26,234

27,054
19,186
18,221

10,540
5,227
8,013

352

328

479

4,531

974

24

721

983

28
780

1,148
3,956

18-C. Continued
Member banks
Total

State

1,207,325

69 Total liabilities and equity capital2
70 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt

National

Nonmember
insured

1,027,718

771,128

256,590

179,607

1,120,685

954,706

715,664

239,042

165,979

872,542
727,494
3,667
49,748
79,475
6,159
60,670
12,647

723,304
595,328
3,199
37,607
76,776
5,898
58,637
12,241

548,939
467,442
2,494
30,807
42,472
3,822
32,787
5,864

174,364
127,885
705
6,800
34304
2,076
25,851
6.378

149,239
132,166
468
12,141
2,699
261
2,033
405

12,158
296,223
950
207,282
3,194
9,926
62,712
1,677
49,693
11,342

10,394
257,708
829
174,391
2,823
8,011
61,261
1,635
48,490
11,137

5,724
176,572
438
130,239
2,176
6,412
31,583
860
25,582
5,141

4,669
81,136
391
44.152
647
1,598
29,678
775
22,908
5,995

1.764
38,515
121
32,891
372
1,915
1,451
42
1,204
206

12,158

Insured

Item

..

71 Total deposits
72
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
73
U.S. government
74
States and political subdivisions in United States
75
AH other
76
Foreign governments and official institutions
77
Commercial banks in United States
78
Banks in foreign countries
79
Certified and officers1 checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash
80 Demand deposits
81
Mutual savings banks
82
Other individuals, partnerships, and corporations
83
U.S. government
84
States and political subdivisions in United States
85
AH other .
86
Foreign governments and official institutions
87
Commercial banks in United States
88
Banks in foreign countries
89
Certified and officers1 checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash

10,394

5,724

4,669

1,764

90 Time deposits
91
Mutual savings banks
92
Other individuals, partnerships, and corporations
93
U.S. government
94
States and political subdivisions in United States
All other
95
Foreign governments and official institutions .
96
Commercial banks in United States !
97
Banks in foreign countries
98
99 Savings deposits
100
Mutual savings banks
101 Other individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Individuals and nonprofit organizations
102
103
Corporations and other profit organizations . .
104 U.S. government
105 States and political subdivisions in United States
106 AH other
Foreign governments and official institutions .
107
108
Commercial banks in United States
109
Banks in foreign countries

434,617
407
378,694
437
38,341
16,739
4,463
10,972
1,304
141,703
1
140,161
134,295
5,865
36
1,481
24
19
5

354,113
398
309,427
345
28,452
15,492
4,244
10,143
1,104
111,482
1
110,283
106,070

4,213
31
U45
23
18
4

282,338
271
247,362
290
23,547
10,868
2,945
7,200
722
90,029
1
89,133
85,735
3,397
28
847
21
16
4

71,775
127
62,064
56
4,904
4,624
1,299
2,942
382
21,453
*
21,151
20,335
816
2
298
3
2

80,503
9
69,267
91
9,889
1,247
218
829
200
30,221
0
29,878
28,225
1,653
6
337

110 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase . . .
111 Interest-bearing demand notes issued to U.S. Treasury and other liabilities
for borrowed money
112
Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to U.S. Treasury
113
Other liabilities for borrowed money
114 Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases
115 All other liabilities
116
Acceptances executed and outstanding
117
Net due to foreign branches and foreign. Edge, and Agreement subsidiaries . . .
118
Other
119 Subordinated notes and debentures

137,377

127,163

92,372

34,791

10,215

33,447
15,162
18,284
1,964
75,354
40,220
4,467
30,668
5,356

31,458
14,038
17,420
1,621
71,161
39,440
4,252
27,469
4,220

20,288
10,326
9,962
1,352
52,712
28,873
3,605
20,234
3,030

11,170
3,712
7,459
269
18,448
10,567
647
7,235
1,189

1,989
1,125
343
4,194
780
214
3,199
1,136

81,285

68,792

52,433

16,359

12,493

243,176
226,630
16,546
36,011

206,538
191,493
15,044
28,493

159,702
148,124
11,578
23,695

46,836
43,370
3,467
4,798

36,638
35,136
1,502
7,518

130,186
172,186

100,886
137,707

84,643
104,100

16,243
33,607

29,300
34,479

48,269
2,925
771

45,971
2,825
502

32,154
2,184
352

13,818
640
149

2,297
101
270

1,180,413
153,099
51,115
648,068
854,353
231,545
137,556
17,616

1,002,281
137,038
43,365
547,350
705,867
196,660
127,646
16,660

755,811
94,140
34,175
422,755
541,049
147,319
97,078
9,409

246,470
42,898
9,190
124,596
164,819
49,341
30,568
7,250

178,133
16,060
7,750
100,718
148,486
34,885
9,910
956

1,533

977

811

166

556

120 Total equity capital2
121
122
123
124
125
126

MEMO
Time deposits of $100,000 or more
Certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more
Other
Savings deposits authorized for automatic transfer and NOW accounts
Money market time certificates of $10,000 and less than $100,000 with original
maturities of 26 weeks
Demand deposits adjusted3

127 Total standby letters of credit
128
Conveyed to others through participations (included in standby letters of credit) .
129 Holdings of commercial paper included in total gross loans
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137

Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date
Total assets
Cash and due from depository institutions
Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
Total loans
Total deposits
Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more in domestic offices
Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
Other liabilities for borrowed money

138 Number of banks




1

864

57

18. Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over—Domestic offices1—Continued
D. December 31, 1981
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Member banks
Insured

Item

Nonmember
insured

Total

National 1

1,259,842

1,072,883

811,243

261,640

186,959

154,186
13,545
21,945
220
18,795

135,202
11,642
21,132
220
12,125

97,652
9,094
16,352
213
9,554

37,550
2,548
4,780
7
2,571

18,984
1,903
813
0
6,670

24,370
8,573
276
15,522
75,310

17,687
5,442
88
12,158
72,395

12,660
4,401
47
8,212
49,778

5,027
1,041
41
3,946
22,618

6,683
3,131
188
3,364
2,915

12 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables

980,142

822,340

626,399

195,941

157,801

13 Total securities, book value
14 U.S. Treasury
15 Obligations of other U S government agencies and corporations
16 Obligations of states and political subdivisions in United States
17 All other securities
...
18
Other bonds, notes, and debentures
19
Federal Reserve and corporate stock
20
Trading account securities
....

220,091
63,505
36,862
103,501
16,223
3,708
1,657
10,857

174,514
48,342
27,678
84,024
14,469
2,291
1,489
10,690

131,617
36,209
22,194
63,285
9,929
1,651
1,115
7,163

42,897
12,133
5,484
20,739
4,540
639
374
3,527

45,577
15,163
9,184
19,477
1,754
1,417
168
168

1 Tata) assets
2 Cash and due from depository institutions
3 Currency and coin (U S and foreign)
., ,
4
Balances with Federal Reserve Banks
5
Balances with other central banks
6
Demand balances with commercial banks in United States
7
All other balances with depository institutions in United States and
with banks in foreign countries
8
Time and savings balances with commercial banks in United States
9
Balances with other depository institutions in United States
10
Balances with banks in foreign countries
1 1 Cash items in process of collection

..
..

..

63,821

21 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
22 Total loans gross
23 LESS* Unearned income on loans
24
Allowance for possible loan loss
25 EQUALS: Loans, net
Total loans, gross, by category
26 Real estate loans
27 Construction and land development
28 Secured by farmland
29 Secured by residential properties
30
1- to 4-family
31
FHA-insured or VA-guaranteed
32
Conventional
33
Multifamily
34
FHA-insured
35
Conventional
36 Secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties

....
,

. ..
....

43 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities
44
Brokers and dealers in securities
45 Other
....
....
46 Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to fanners
47 Commercial and industrial loans
..
48 Loans to individuals for household family and other personal expenditures
49
Installment loans
50
Passenger automobiles
51
Credit cards and related plans
52
Retail (charge account) credit card
53
Check and revolving credit
54
Mobile homes
55
Other installment loans
56
Other retail consumer goods
57
Residential property repair and modernization . .
58
Other for household family and other personal expenditures
59 Single-payment loans
60 All other loans
....
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

....

. ..

37 Loans to financial institutions
38 REITs and mortgage companies in United States . . .
39 Commercial banks in United States
40 Banks in foreign countries
..
....
41
Finance companies in United States
42 Other financial institutions

..

• ..

....

...

Lease financing receivables
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises . . .
Real estate owned other than bank premises
All other assets . . .
Investment in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies
Customers' liability on acceptances outstanding
Net due from foreign branches and foreign, Edge, and Agreement subsidiaries . . . .
Other

58



State

55,023

43,937

11,086

8,799

704,458
12,013
8,950
683,496

598,150
9,213
7,840
581,097

455,074
6,967
5,803
442,304

143,076
2,247
2,036
138,793

106,308
2,800
1,110
102,398

203,510
39,441
2,077
114,064
108,313
5,685
102,628
5,751
308
5,443
47,928

163,746
33,396
1,543
92,102
87,467
5,005
82,462
4,635
228
4,408
36,705

133,996
25,813
1,410
76,895
73,221
4,159
69,061
3,675
129
3,546
29,877

29,750
7,583
133
15,206
14,246
845
13,401
961
99
862
6,828

39,764
6,045
534
21,962
20,847
681
20,166
1,115
80
1,035
11,223

53,401
4,910
11,324
12,745
11,298
13,123

49,411
4,634
8,,846
12,280
11,049
12,601

31,457
3,418
5,765
7,040
6,714
8,520

17,954
1,216
3,081
5.240
4,335
4,081

3,990
276
2,478
465
249
521

14,271
9,938
4,333
9,823
273,384

13,616
9,579
4,037
8,764
239,396

6,969
4,022
2,947
8,168
177,973

6,647
5,557
1,089
597
61,423

655
358
296
1,059
33,988

127,491
103,892
36,322
29,357
23,940
5,416
6,761
31,453
7,631
7,600
16,222
23,599
22,579

102,517
83,130
27,625
26,222
21,539
4,683
5,438
23,845
6,124
5,490
12,231
19,387
20,700

82,776
67,578
22,483
20.966
17,351
3,614
4,959
19,169
5.137
4,446
9,587
15,198
13,737

19,741
15,553
5,141
5,256
4,188
1,069
479
4,676
987
1,044
2,644
4,188
6,963

24,974
20,762
8,697
3,135
2,402
733
1,323
7,607
1,507
2.110
3,991
4,212
1,879

12,733
20,596
1,697
103,221
357
40,210
33,090
29,565

11,706
16,790
1,402
97,148
329
39,336
31,825
25,659

8,541
13,568
1,122
72,503
297
28,309
25,669
18,228

3,166
3,222
281
24,645
32
11,027
6,156
7,431

1,027
3,807
294
6,073
28
874
1,265
3,906

18.-D. Continued
ItMember bank s

Item
2

69 Total liabilities and equity capital
70 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt
71 Total deposits
,
72 Individuals partnerships and corporations
73 U S government
. ...
...
.
.
74 States and political subdivisions in United States
75 All other
.
.
76
Foreign governments and official institutions . .
. . ...
77
Commercial banks in United States
78
Banks in foreign countries
.
. . . . . . .
79 Certified and officers' checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash
80 Demand deposits
....
..
.
81 Mutual savings banks
82 Other individuals partnerships and corporations
.
..
83 U S government
..
.
.
,
.... ...
84 States and political subdivisions in United States
85 All other
86
Foreign governments and official institutions .
87
Commercial banks in United States
88
Banks in foreign countries
...
.
.
...
89 Certified and officers' checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash
..
.
.
.
. . . . .
90 Time deposits . .
....
...
.
.
91 Mutual savings banks
92 Other individuals
....
..
.
.
.
..
93 U.S. government
94 States and political subdivisions in United States
95 All other
96
Foreign governments and official institutions
97
Commercial banks in United States
.
.
98
Banks in foreign countries
99 Savings deposits *
..
.,
..
100 Mutual savings banks
101 Other individuals partnerships and corporations
102
Individuals and nonprofit organizations .
..
103
Corporations and other profit organizations
104 U S government
.
...
.
.
,
..
105 States and political subdivisions
1 0 6 A l l other
,
. . . .
. . .
. . .
107
Foreign governments and official institutions
108
Commercial banks in United States
109
Banks in foreign countries
1 10 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreement to repurchase
I l l Interest-bearing demand notes issued to U.S. Treasury and other liabilities
for borrowed money
112 Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to U S Treasury
1 1 3 Other liabilities for borrowed money
1 14 Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases
115 All other liabilities
1 16 Acceptances executed and outstanding
117 Net due to foreign branches and foreign. Edge, and Agreement subsidiaries . . .
118 Other
1 19 Subordinated notes and debentures
120 Total equity capital
MEMO
121 Time deposits of $100 000 or more .
122 Certificates of deposit in denominations of $100 000 or more
123 Other
124 Savings deposits authorized for automatic transfer and NOW accounts
125 Money market time certificates of $10,000 and less than $100,000 with
original maturities of 26 weeks
126 All savers certificates
..
.
.
..
. . . . .
127 Demand deposits adjusted^
1 28 Total standby letters of credit
..
129 Conveyed to others through participations (included in standby letters of credit) .
1 30 Holdings of commercial paper included in total gross loans
Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date
131 Total assets
132 Cash and due from depository institutions
133 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
134 Total loans
135 Total deposits
136 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more in domestic offices
137 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
138 Other liabilities for borrowed money .
..
139 Number of banks




Insured
1,259,842

Total

National

State

Nonmember
insured

1,171,440
902,181
772 971
2,265
52,044
63 386
7,114
43,542
12730

1,072,883
998,129
746,627
635 532
1,888
39,659
59 734
6,835
41,068
11 830

811,243
754,7%
576,301
498 778
1,486
32,352
37 711
3,842
29,348
4 522

261,640
243,333
170,326
136 754
402
7,308
22 022
2993
11,721
7 309

186,959
173,311
155 554
137 439
377
12,384
3 653
279
2,473
900

11 516
295,902
1,065
229964
1,814
10,752
40 792
1,193
307%
8,803

9815
254,656
925
194412
1,527
8,898
39080
1,157
29434
8,488

5 974
186 219
554
145 766
1 166
7,144
25 615
525
21 587
3,503

3 840
68 437
371
48 646
361
1,754
13 464
632
7 847
4985

1 701
41 246
139
35 552
287
1 854
1 712
35
1 361
316

11 516
459,314
345
396,218
398
39783
22,570
5 900
12744
3,927
146965
(4)
145 379
139390
5 989
53
1,509
24
22
2
(4)

9,815
375,903
327
325,016
312
29616
20,631
5 657
11,632
3,342
1 16,067
(4)
1 14 850
1 10,508
4 342
48
1,145
23
21
2
(4)

5 974
2%,539
227
259 620
272
24 345
12,074
3 2%
7 759
1,109
93 543

3 840
79 365
101
64 3%
40
5 271
8557
2 360
3 873
2,324
22 524
(4)
22 240
21 390
850

1 701
83 410
18
71 202
86
10 166
1 940
244
1 112
584
30 898

153,913

142,699

106,803

35,8%

11 215

26,558
7 571
18,987
2069
86719
42,091
13,130
31 497
5,437
82,965

25,134
6916
18,219
1,714
81 954
41,217
12,504
28 233
4,291
70,463

14,274
4891
9,382
1,458
55 960
30,119
5,415
20425
3,006
53,442

10,861
2024
8.837
256
25 994
11,098
7,088
7 808
1,285
17,021

1,423
655
768
354
4 764
874
627
3 264
1,146
12,502

256 527
236 146
20,381
41,843

218 360
199678
18,682
33,3%

167,520
154 341
13,179
27,386

50 840
45 337
5,503
6,010

38 166
36468
1,698
8,447

124,737
12 354
187 982
56,568
3,900
1 141

97,082
9,602
151 300
54,050
3,730
707

81,006
7,811
1 13 689
36,770
3,151
589

16,076
1,791
37 611
17,280
580
118

27,655
2,752
36682
2.517
169
435

1,218 623
140,735
57,231
679 432
869,636
232,550
154 660
18,095
1 520

1,036612
124,355
48,991
577 189
718,478
196,944
143 875
17,234
971

785 058
89,694
38,321
439 395
551,541
151,832
106 302
9,146
803

251 554
34,661
10,670
137,794
166,936
45,112
37,573
8,087
168

182011
16,380
8,240
102 243
151,158
35,606
10 786
862
549

(4)

92 610
89,119
3492
48
862
22
20
2
(4)

283
1
1
1
(4)

o

30 528
28 882
1 647
5
364
1
1
(4)
(4)

59

19. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities—Domestic offices1
A. March 31, 1981
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks

IMember banks

Nonrru»mK0r

Incntwl

Item

Totai

National

State

insured

1,534,629
192,824
17,283
27,329
104
47,764

1,138,791
159 118
12,803
27,030
104
30,970

872,357
110051
10,243
20,271
104
18,459

266,434
49067
2,561
6,759
*
12,510

395,838
33 705
4480
299
0
16794

21,766
78,578

12,943
75,268

10687
50,287

2256
24,980

8822
3,311

1,215,634
327,868
103,666
61,056
145,380
17,766

871,491
217,915
65,810
36,374
100,749
14,982

682,399
169 622
50,858
29775
78,747
10,243

189,102
48,293
14,952
6599
22,002
4,740

344,143
109952
37,856
24682
44631
2,784

76,086
827,886
18,169
10,131
799,586

53,838
608,137
11,466
7,941
588,730

43,541
476,288
9067
6,032
461,189

10,297
131,849
2 399
1,909
127,542

22,247
219750
6703
2 190
210,856

264,976
38,142
8,461
153,733
147,066
6,667
64,640

182,031
29,720
3,709
106,534
101,726
4,808
42,067

149,530
23,341
3,131
88,771
84989
3,781
34 288

32,500
6,379
578
17,763
16737
1,026
7 779

82946
8,422
4752
47,199
45 340
1,859
22 573

45,149
10,759
31,337
279,089
175,889
143,368
59,905
28,775
10,039

41,410
9,799
16,798
221,604
119,304
98,206
37,530
25 274
6,850

27,246
5,455
14607
169,060
98,271
81,342
31,127
20763
6,150

14,165
4,344
2,191
52,543
21,033
16,865
6,404
4511
700

3 739
959
14539
57,486
56,585
45,162
22,375
3501
3 189

44,649
32,521
20,687

28,552
21,098
17,191

23 302
16,930
12,119

5 249
4,168
5,073

16097
11,423
3,4%

..

12,094

11,007

8037

2,970

1 087

..

26,050
2,082
98,040

18,057
1,455
88,671

14 805
1,166
63,946

3,251
289
24,726

7,993
627
9,369

1 Total assets
2 Cash and due from depository institutions
3 Currency and coin (U.S. and foreign)
4
Balances with Federal Reserve Banks
5
Balances with other central banks
6
Demand balances with commercial banks in United States
7
All other balances with depository institutions in United States and
with banks in foreign countries
......
............
9 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables
10 Total securities book value .
1 1 U.S. Treasury
1 2 Obligations of other U S government agencies and corporations
1 3 Obligations of states and political subdivisions in United States
14 AH other securities
IS Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
17 LESS* Unearned income on loans
18
Allowance for possible loan loss
19 EQUALS: Loans, net
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

;.

Total loans, gross, by category
Real estate loans
....
Construction and land development
Secured by farmland
....
Secured by residential properties
1- to 4-family
.
Multifamily
Secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties

27
28
29
30

. ...

Total loans, gross, by category
Loans to financial institutions .
Loans for purchasing or carrying securities
Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans

31 Loans to individuals for household family, and other personal expenditures
32 Installment loans
33
Passenger automobiles . . . .
34
Credit cards and related plans
35
Mobile homes
.
36
All other installment loans for household, family, and other personal
expenditures
37 Single-payment loans
38 All other loans
39 Lease financing receivables
40 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing
bank premises
'
41 Real estate owned other than bank premises
42 All other assets

60



19. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities—Domestic offices1—Continued
A. March 31, 1981—Continued
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Member banks
Insured

Item

Total

1 National

State

Nonmember
insured

43 Total liabilities and equity capital2

1,534,629

1,138,791

872,357

266,434

395,838

44 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt

1,417,887

1,054,647

807,355

247,293

363,239

45 Total deposits
46 Individuals partnerships, and corporations .
....
47 U S. government
48 States and political subdivisions in United States
...
49 All other
SO Certified and officers1 checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash

1,175,067
999,859
2,995
79,760
78,155

831,801
694,770
2,155
49,354
74,837

645.480
552,519
1,751
41,092
43,177

186,322
142,250
404
8,261
31,659

343,266
305,089
840
30,406
3,318

14,299

10,686

6,940

3,746

3,613

51 Demand deposits
,.
....
52 Individuals partnerships and corporations
53 U S government
.
..
..
...
....
54 States and political subdivisions in United States
55 All other
.
56 Certified and officers' checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash

383,518
290,475
2,186
15,480
61,078

294,638
212,832
1,628
10,278
59,215

211,976
163,130
1,346
8,441
32,120

82,662
49,702
282
1,837
27,095

88,880
77,642
558
5,203
1,863

14,299

10,686

6,940

3.746

3,613

57 Time deposits .
58 Other individuals, partnerships, and corporations
59 U S. government
..
....
.,
60 States and political subdivisions in United States
61 All other

569,036
490,390
741
60,881
17,024

389,338
336,163
471
37,120
15,584

313,114
270,619
350
31,123
11,022

76,224
65,544
121
5.997
4.562

179,698
154,227
270
23,761
1,440

222,513
9,478
209,518
68
3,399
52

147,824
5,994
139,782
56
1,956
38

120,389
4,880
113,891
55
1,528
36

27,435
1,114
25,891
1
428
2

74,689
3,484
69,736
12
1,443
14

143,435

132,484

98,315

34,169

10,951

24.357
2.240
72,788

22,632
1,663
66,067

13,084
1,369
49,106

9,548
294
16,960

1,724
576
6,722

62 Savings deposits . .
..
...
63 Corporations and other profit organizations
64 Other individuals, partnerships and corporations
65 U.S. government
66 States and political subdivisions in United States
67 All other

...
...

....

..

68 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase . . . .
69 Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to U.S. Treasury
and other liabilities for borrowed money
70 Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases
71 AH other liabilities

6,120

MEMO
74 Time deposits of $100 000 or more
75 Certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more .
76 Other
77 Savinfis deposits authorized for automatic transfers and NO\V accounts
78 Money market time certificates of $10,000 and less than $100,000
with original maturities of 26 weeks
79 Demand deposits adjusted'
80 Standby letters of credit
Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date
81 Total deposits
82 Number of banks .




...

..

...

3,350

1,224

1,547

79,571

61,653

17,918

31,052

256,218
236,589
19,629
49,747

197,985
181,800
16,185
32,705

153,757
141,117
12,640
27,073

44,227
40,683
3,544
5,632

58,233
54,789
3,444
17,042

199,126
252,744

123,158
169,304

103,144
132,732

20,013
36.572

75,969
83,440

39,323

73 Total equity capital2

4,573

110,623

72 Subordinated notes and debentures

36,709

25,345

11,364

2,614

1,149.510

811,052

629,678

181,374

338,458

14,432

5,444

4,443

1.001

8,988

61

19. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities—Domestic offices1
B. June 30, 1981
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Member bank s
Total

1 National

NonState

insured

.

1,583,431

1,178,056

896,619

281,437

405,375

..

205,149
18,548
23 549

169,097
13,704
23,154

115,757
10,891
17 876

36052
4,844

135

135

134

53,340
2,813
5 278

51,116

33,742

19,872

13,870

17,374

24,734
87 067

15,160
83,202

12,337
54 646

2,823
28 556

9,574
3 865

1,248,751

898,231

698,481

199,750

350,520

330,348
104,364
63,028
144 645
18,311

218,950
66,055
37,298
100,134
15,462

169,140
50,424
30,294
77 782
10,639

49,810
15,632
7,004
22 352
4,823

111,398
38 309
25,729
44 511
2,849

71,535

51,707

40,360

11,348

19,827

16 Total loans gross
17 LESS' Unearned income on loans
18
Allowance for possible loan loss
19 EQUALS: Loans net
.
.

863,810
18,834
10,465
834,512

636,478
11,900
8,220
616,357

496,343
9,351
6,242
480,751

140,135
2,550
1,978
135,607

227 332
6,933
2 244
218,155

Total loans, gross , by category
20 Real estate loans
21
Construction and land development
22
Secured by farmland
23 Secured by residential properties
24
1- to 4-family
25
Multifamily .
26
Secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties

271,185
40,312
8,431
156,767
150,074
6,694
65,674

186,575
31,481
3,696
108,713
103,839
4,874
42,685

153,080
24,691
3,104
90,552
86,672
3,881
34,733

33,495
6,789

7,952

84 610
8,831
4 735
48,054
46,234
1,820
22,990

27
28
29
30

49,526
13,444
33,172
295,538

44,755
12,426
17,807
234,961

29,251
6,443
15,528
179,385

15,505
5,983
2,279
55,577

4 770
1,018
15,365
60,577

179,041
145,080
59,910
29,493
10,158

121,575
99,549
37,513
25,924
6,943

99,912
82,261
30,994
21,259
6,238

21,663
17,287
6,519
4,665

57,467
45 531
22,397
3,569
3,215

45,519
33,962
21,905

29,168
22,026
18,379

23,770
17,650
12,745

5,398
4,376
5,634

16,350
1 1 ,936
3 526

12,357

11,217

8,231

2,986

1,140

26,957
2,160
100,414

18,712
1,500
90,516

15,356
1,196
65,829

24,687

1 Total assets

.

.

.

2 Cash and due from depository institutions
.
3
Currency and coin (U.S. and foreign)
,
4
Balances with Federal Reserve Banks
5 Balances with other central banks
....
...
...
...
6
Demand balances with commercial banks in United States
7
All other balances with depository institutions in United States and
with banks in foreign countries
8
Cash items in process of collection
9 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables
10 Total securities, book value
...
....
11
U S Treasury
12 Obligations of other U S government agencies and corporations
13 Obligations of states and political subdivisions in United States
14 All other securities
..
..
...
15 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell

Loans to financial institutions
Loans for purchasing or carrying securities
Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans
...

31 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
32 Installment loans
33
Passenger automobiles
...
34
Credit cards and related plans
35
Mobile homes
36
AH other installment loans for household, family, and other personal
expenditures
37 Single-payment loans .
.
38 All other loans
39 Lease financing receivables
40 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing
bank premises
.
...
...
..
..
41 Real estate owned other than bank premises
42 All other assets

62



...

*

592
18,161
17,168

993

705

3,356

304

394

o

8,245

661
9 897

19. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities—Domestic offices1—Continued
B. June 30, 1981—Continued
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks

»Member bank 5

Non-

Ttam

Total

National

State

insured

43 Total liabilities and equity capital2

1,583,431

1,178,056

896,619

281,437

405,375

44 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt

1,463,989

1,092,174

830,287

261,886

371,815

45 Total deposits
46
Individuals partnerships and corporations
4 7 U S. government . . .
.
. . . . . . . .
48
States and political subdivisions in United States
4 9 A l l other
.
.
.
.
50
Certified and officers' checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash

1,210,720
1 028 286
4,149
78,280
82,702

861,723
717,679
3,085
48,636
78,897

664,476
569,083
2,324
40,388
44,815

197,247
148 596

348,997
310607
1 064
29,644
3 805

51 Demand deposits .
...
.
.
...
52
Individuals partnerships and corporations
5 3 U S government
.
. . .
54
States and political subdivisions in United States
55
AH other
56
Certified and officers' checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash
5 7 Time deposits . . .
.
.
58
Other individuals, partnerships and corporations
59
U S . government
60
States and political subdivisions in United States .
61
All other

.

.

.

761
8,249
34 082

.

.

17,303

13,425

7,866

5,559

3,878

395,391
292 621
3,392
16,665
65 410

305,625
215,215
2,616
11,155
63,214

215,386
162 795
1,974
9,047
33 704

90,239
52 420

89,767
77 406

642

776

2,108
29 510

5,510
2 197

17,303
594,745
518,991

13,425
409,890
358,533

7,866
330,450
289,414

5,559
79440
69,119

3,878
184 855
160,457

688

415

298

117

273

57,842
17 224

35,300
15,641

29,667
11 071

5,633
4 570

22,542
1 583

62 Savings deposits
63
Corporations and other profit organizations
64
Other individuals, partnerships and corporations
65
U S . government
66
States and political subdivisions in United States
67
All other

220,584
8,982
207,692

146,208
5,652
138,278

118,639
4,569
112,304

27,569
1 083
25,974

68

43

40

2
508
2

74,376
3 330
69,413

68 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
69 Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to U.S. Treasury
and other liabilities for borrowed money
70 Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases .
...
71 All other liabilities

143 155

130,542

95 040

35 501

12 613

30 850
2,329
76934

28,437
1,740
69,732

18 039
1,447
51 285

10 398

2 414

6,163

4,594

3,335

1,258

1,570

113,280

81,289

62,996

18,292

31,991

271,620
251,285
20,335
54,226

211,925
195,218
16,707
35,607

165,939
152,729
13,210
29,453

45 986
42,489
3 497
6 154

59 695
56,067
3 628
18 619

213,848
252 163

132,212
168 887

1 10 620
130 030

21 592
38 857

81 635
83 277

43,310

40,409

29,580

10 829

2 901

1,175,447

830,060

644,990

185 070

345 387

14 442

5,472

4453

1 019

8 970

69

72 Subordinated notes and debentures
2

73 Total equity capital

MEMO
74 Time deposits of $100,000 or more
75
Certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more
76
Other
.
.
77 Savings deposits authorized for automatic transfers and NOW accounts
78 Money market time certificates of $10,000 and less than $100,000
with original maturities of 26 weeks
79 Demand deposits adjusted"*
80 Standby letters of credit .

.

..

...

.

..

Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date
81 Total deposits
...
82 Number of banks




54

53

3,773

2,181

1,673

14
1,592

26

292

590

18 448

7 201

63

19. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities—Domestic offices1—Continued
C. September 30, 1981
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
IMember bank s

Total

..

Total loans, gross, by category
20 Real estate loans . . .
21 Construction and land development
22 Secured by farmland
23 Secured by residential properties
24
1- to 4-family .
25
Multifamily
26 Secured by nonfaim nonresidential properties

...

Loans to financial institutions
...
Loans for purchasing or carrying securities
Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to farmers
Commercial and industrial loans

...

...

31 Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
32 Installment loans
33
Passenger automobiles
34
Credit cards and related plans
35
Mobile homes .
36
All other installment loans for household, family, and other personal
expenditures
37 Single-payment loans
38 All other loans . . . .
39 Lease financing receivables
.
..
....
40 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing
bank premises '
,
..
41 Real estate owned other than bank premises
42 All other assets

64

....

13,842
46,133

2,863
24,293

10,533
3,384

918,641

715,295

203,346

355,974

219,965
64,114
39 119
102,153
14,579

170 536
49,031
31 838
79222
10,445

49,428
15,083
7 282
22,931
4,133

113 736
38,056
27 738
45 111
2,831

53,162

42,395

10,767

18,815

886,393
19,275
10,788
856,330

654,831
12,262
8 515
634,054

510 022
9,570
6469
493,984

144,809
2,692
2047
140,070

231 562
7,013
2 273
222,276

277,245
42,627
8,412
159,547
152,711
6,836
66,658

191,501
33,425
3,702
110,824
105,831
4,993
43,549

157,322
26 128
3,116
92,370
88,377
3,994
35,708

34,178
7,297
586
18,454
17,455
999
7,841

85,745
9 202
4,710
48,723
46,880
1,843
23,109

51,404
12,870
33,553
305,190

46,191
11,898
17,947
242,820

29,677
6,043
15685
185,234

16,514
5,855
2,262
57,587

5,214
972
15,606
62,370

124,880
101,481
37,486
27,012
7,005

102,511
83 762
30,932
22,068
6,302

22,368
17,719
6,554
4,944
703

57,865
45,579
21,966
3,677
3,236

29,978
23,398
19,594

24,459
18 749
13,550

5,518
4,649
6,044

16,701
12,286
3,791

12,607

..

16,704
70,426

46,678
35,684
23,385

....

33 942
4,972
713

182,745
147,061
59,453
30,689
10,241

'

409,528

51,049
2,920
6677
3
14,294

71,977
. ..

282,447

111,374
11,294
20 110
105
19,891

333,701
102,170
66 857
147,264
17,410

15 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell

911,373

162,424
14,214
26,787
108
34,185

1,274,615

10 Total securities, book value
11 U.S. Treasury . .
12 Obligations of other U S government agencies and corporations
13 Obligations of states and political subdivisions in United States
14 All other securities

1,193,820

27,237
73,810

9 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables . . . .




insured

196,366
19,186
27,499
108
48,526

2 Cash and due from depository institutions .
3 Currency and coin (U.S. and foreign)
4 Balances with Federal Reserve Banks
5 Balances with other central banks . . .
....
6 Demand balances with commercial banks in United States
7 All other balances with depository institutions in United States and
with banks in foreign countries . .
8 Cash items in process of collection

27
28
29
30

Non-

rrw»ml-Ar

State

1,603,347

1 Total assets

16 Total loans gross
17 LESS: Unearned income on loans
18
Allowance for possible loan loss
19 EQUALS: Loans, net
..

National

11,461

8,380

3,081

1,147

27,737
2,303
102,326

19,314
1 592
91,848

15,860
1 280
67,563

3,455
312
24,285

8,422
711
10,478

o

14,341

19. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities—Domestic offices1—Continued
C. September 30, 1981—Continued
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Itom

FMember bank s

lnciir«uj

Non-

Total

National

State

insured

43 Total liabilities and equity capital2

1,603,347

1,193,820

911,373

282,447

409,528

44 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt

1,481,103

1,106,069

843,507

262,562

375,034

45 Total deposits
46 Individuals partnerships and corporations
47 U.S. government .
48 States and political subdivisions in United States
49 All other
50 Certified and officers* checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash

1,217.274
1 019 290
4,605
77,573
80,673

867,1%
726 128
3,624
48,364
77,450

670,349
577 664
2 856
39,958
43078

196848
148464
767
8,405
34 372

350,078
313 162
981
29,209
3 222

15,134

11,630

6,791

4,839

3,504

5 1 Demand deposits
'. .
.
52 Individuals partnerships and corporations
53 U.S. government . .
54 States and political subdivisions in United States
55 All other
56 Certified and officers1 checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash

375,595
277,786
3,937
15 295
63,443

291,352
204489
3,172
10 339
61,721

205,254
155606
2,484
8 382
31 991

86098
48 883
688
1 958
29730

84,243
73 2%
765
4955
1,722

15,134

11,630

6791

4839

3,504

57 Time deposits
58 Other individuals, partnerships, and corporations
59 U S government
60 States and political subdivisions in United States
61 All other

627,055
550.317
618
58,965
17,155

433,050
380,843
413
36,113
15 680

348 817
307,368
338
30,070
11 042

84 233
73,475
76
6,043
4639

194,005
169,474
205
22,851
1 475

62 Savings deposits
63 Corporations and other profit organizations
64 Other individuals, partnerships, and corporations
65 U S government
66 States and political subdivisions in United States
67 All other

214,625
8,424
202,763
50
3,314
75

142,794
5,245
135,550
38
1,911
49

1 16.277
4,267
1 10,423
35
1,506
46

26,517
978
25,127
3
404
4

71,831
3,179
67,212
U
1,403
26

68 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
69 Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to U.S. Treasury
and other liabilities for borrowed money
70 Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases
71 All other liabilities

145,286

131,261

95,930

35,331

14,025

34.662
2.358
81,522

32,112
1,759
73,741

20,847
1,461
54.921

11,265
298
18,820

2,550
599
7,781

6068

4500

3 279

1 222

1 568

116,176

83,250

64,587

18,663

32,926

287 .962
268.183
19,779
56,473

224,699
208,386
16,313
37,239

175,551
162 869
12,683
31,181

49,148
45 518
3.630
6,059

63,262
59 796
3.466
19,233

227,494
247,428

141,001
168,805

118,241
130,648

22,760
38 157

86,492
78,623

49,664

46,515

32,608

13,907

3,149

1.199,329

849,897

662,335

187,562

349,433

14,438

5.481

4,463

1,018

8,957

72 Subordinated notes and debentures
2

73 Total equity capital
74
75
76
77
78
79

MEMO
Time deposits of $100,000 or more
Certificates of deposit in denominations of $100 000 or more
Other
Savings deposits authorized for automatic transfers and NOW accounts
Money market time certificates of $10.000 and less than $100.000
with original maturities of 26 weeks
Demand deposits adjusted3 .

80 Standby letters of credit
Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date
81 Total deposits
.
82 Number of banks




65

19. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities—Domestic offices1—Continued
D. December 31, 1981
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Item

*Member bank s

Insured

2 Cash and due from depository institutions . , .
3 Currency and coin (U.S. and foreign)
4 Balances with Federal Reserve Banks
5
Balances with other central banks
6
Demand balances with commercial banks in United States
7 All other balances with depository institutions in United States and
with banks in foreign countries
8 Cash items in process of collection
9 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables
10 Total securities, book value
1 1 U.S. Treasury
12 Obligations of other U.S government agencies and corporations
13 Obligations of states and political subdivisions in United States
14 All other securities

National

State

insured

1,674,338

1,246,672

958,156

288,515

427,666

193,420
18,634
25,251
220
36 241

153,481
13,960
24,290
220
17950

1 13,274
11.051
19048
213
14609

40,207
2,909
5,242
7
3 341

39,939
4,674
961
18,292

34,204
78,870

22,425
74,637

16,738
51,615

5,687
23,022

11,779
4233

1,338,301

970,833

751,719

219,113

367,468

340,378
102.932
68,869
150459
18,118

224,061
64,295
40,452
104023
15,292

173,371
49451
32,918
80404
10598

50,690
14,844
7,533
23 618
4,694

116,317
38637
28418
46436
2826

Total
1 Total wrote

Nonnw»mhf>r

90,125

66,243

53 399

12 845

23 881

16 Tola! loans, gross
17 LESS: Unearned income on loans
18
Allowance for possible loan loss
19 EQUALS: Loans, net . . . .

924,834
19,075
11 079
894,681

689.586
12,201
8 764
668.621

532,303
9.487
6595
516.221

157,283
2,714
2 169
152.400

235,248
6873
2 315
226060

Total loans, gross, by category
20 Real estate loans
21 Construction and land development
22 Secured by residential properties
23 Secured by residential properties
24
1- to 4- family
25
Multifamily
26 Secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties .

281.901
44,899
8,301
161,500
154,423
7,076
67,201

195,762
35,323
3.644
11 366
107,225
5 141
44,429

160,492
27 517
3,065
93 517
89,420
4097
36,393

35,270
7,806
579
18 849
17,806
1 043
8.036

86,139
9577
4657
49 134
47 198
1 936
22772

27
28
29
30

56.337
14,902
32 843
327,289

50,751
13,843
17 536
261,470

32667
7.164
15 348
196,925

18,084
6,679
2 188
64,545

5 587
1 059
15 307
65 819

185,316
147 670
58,096
32 892
10,197

127.957
102 91 1
36,823
29 105
6.994

104,685
84729
30308
23 781
6,293

23,272
18 182
6,515
5 324
701

57,360
44759
21 273
3 787
3203

46.485
37,646
26.245

29988
25,046
22 267

24 347
19.956
15022

5 641
5,090
7 245

16497
12600
3978

15 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell

Loans to financial institutions
Loans for purchasing or carrying securities
Loans to finance agricultural production and other loans to fanners
Commercial and industrial loans

31 Loans to individuals for households, family, and other personal expenditures . . . .
32 Installment loans
33
Passenger automobiles
34
Credit cards and related plans
35
Multifamily
36 Secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties
36
All other installment loans for households, family, and other personal
expenditures
37 Single-payment loans
38 All other loans
39 Lease financing receivables
,.
40 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing
bank premises
41 Real estate owned other than bank premises
42 AH other assets

66




13,118

11 907

8 728

3 179

1 210

28,867
2,465
111 284

20.202
1,686
100470

16,457
1 352
75 353

3,745
334
25 116

8,665
779
10815

19. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities-—Domestic offices1—Continued
D. December 31, 1981
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Member banks

Insured

Item

Total

National

State

Nonmember
insured

43 Total liabilities and equity capital2

1,674,338

1,246,672

958,156

288,515

427,666

44 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt

1,550,244

1,157,083

889,205

267,878

393,161

45 Total deposits
....
46 Individuals partnerships and corporations
47 U S government . . .
.
48 States and political subdivisions in United States
49 All other
50 Certified and officers' checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash

1,264,062
1,099,460
3,234
81,633
64,776

897,489
772,385
2,293
51,068
60,517

703,675
614,155
1,839
42,088
38,414

193,814
158,230
455
8,980
22,103

366,573
327,075
940
30,564
4,259

14,960

11,225

7,180

4,045

3,734

51 Demand deposits
52 Individuals partnerships and corporations
53 U S government
54 States and political subdivisions in United States
55 All other
56 Certified and officers' checks, traveler's checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash

383,266
307,424
2,579
16,739
41,565

291,423
227,351
1,857
11,414
39,575

217,597
173,625
1,457
9,287
26,049

73,826
53,727
400
2,127
13,526

91,843
80,072
722
5,325
1,990

14,960

11,225

7,180

4,045

3,734

57 Time deposits
.
58 Other individuals partnerships and corporations
59 U S government
60 States and political subdivisions in United States
61 All other

658,320
573,205
588
61,379
23,148

457,580
398,605
382
37,690
20,903

365,396
321,489
329
31,249
12,329

92,185
77,116
53
6,441
8,574

200,740
174,600
206
23,688
2,245

62 Savings deposits
63 Corporations and other profit organizations
64 Other individuals partnerships and corporations
65 U S government
66 States and political subdivisions in United States
67 All other
68 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreement to repurchase
69 Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to U.S. Treasury and
other liabilities for borrowed money
70 Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases
71 All other liabilities

222,475
8,742
210,089
66
3,515
63
162,659

148,486
5,425
141,004
54
1,964
39
147,333

120,683
4,399
114,642
53
1,551
37
110,881

27,803
1,026
26,362
1
412
2
36,453

73,990
3,318
69,084
12
1,551
24
15,325

27,872
2,486
93,165

25,760
1,859
84,642

14,814
1,572
58,263

10,946
287
26,379

2,112
627
8,523

6,143

4,570

3,254

1,316

1,573

117,951

85,019

65,698

19,321

32,932

303,810
280,046
23,765
65,210

237,511
217,472
20,039
43,421

184,287
169,919
14,367
35,939

53,224
47,552
5,672
7,482

66,299
62,575
3,725
21,789

217,862
17,375
270,253

135,408
11,766
184,999

113,075
9,577
142,505

22,333
2,188
42,494

82,454
5,610
85,253

58,131

54,638

37,280

17,358

3,493

1,224,497

866,525

676,355

190,170

357,972

14,402

5,475

4,454

1,021

8,927

.

72 Subordinated notes and debentures
2

73 Total equity capital

MEMO
74 Time deposits of $100,000 or more
.
75 Certificates of deposit in denominations of $100 000 or more
7 6 Other
. . . .
77 Savings deposits authorized for automatic transfer and NOW accounts
78 Money market time certificates of $10,000 and less than $100,000 with
original maturities of 26 weeks
79 All savers certificates
80 Demand deposits adjusted3
81 Standby letters of credit
Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month} ending with report date
82 Total deposits
. .
83 Number of banks




...

67

20. All large weekly reporting commercial banks1
A. Assets and liabilities
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures, 1981
Account
1 Cash items in process of collection
2 Demand deposits due from banks in United States
3 All other cash and due from depository institutions
4 Total loans and securities . . .

Jan. 7
56,490
21 661
31,177

Jan. 14
56,365
19 507
35,619

Jan. 21
52,200
20 156
29,582

Jan. 28
49,625
20 343
30,857

Feb. 4
53,358
19 378
31,395

Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 25
49,105
19 609
33,829

62,716
22 433
33,417

50,674
19921
34,948

Mar. 4
57,382
20717
30,456

567,724 561,328 557,174 553,248 557,235 550,895 556,847 553,828 558,629

5 U S Treasury securities
6 Trading account
7 Investment account, by maturity
8
One year or less
9
Over one through five years
10
Over five years
1 1 Other securities
1 2 Trading account
13 Investment account t
14
U.S. government agencies
15
States and political subdivisions, by maturity
16
One year or less
17
Over one year
18
Other bonds corporate stocks and securities

40659
6 390
34,268
9 591
21 274
3 403
78 645
3,335
75 310
16,352
56,153
7 277
48,876
2 806

40 449
6608
33,841
9 353
20990
3 498
77 750
2,539
75 210
16,228
56,137
7 205
48,931
2 846

40 325
6,544
33,780
9 331
20,950
3 500
77,417
2,329
75,088
16,145
56,107
7,206
48,901
2,836

39 769
6,331
33,438
9 178
20,790
3 469
77,587
2,524
75,064
16,137
56,070
7,248
48,822
2,857

41 122
7,504
33,618
9,342
20,812
3 463
78,263
3,561
74,702
16,156
55,770
7,213
48,557
2,776

40209
6,477
33,732
9,442
20,836
3 453
77,181
2,608
74,573
16,138
55,638
7,059
48,579
2,796

40 572
6,723
33,849
9 192
21,149
3 508
77,000
2,412
74 587
16,179
55,610
7,050
48,560
2 798

40 816
7089
33,726
9 207
20958
3 561
77 394
2,811
74 583
16,125
55,667
7091
48,576
2 790

42 629
8,557
34,072
9051
21,359
3 662
78,051
3,389
74 662
16,181
55,685
7,130
48,554
2 797

19 Federal funds sold2 .
20 To commercial banks
21 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
22 To others
23 Other loans, gross
24 Commercial and industrial
25
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper .
26
All other
27
U.S. addressees
28
Non-U S addressees
29 Real estate
30 To individuals for personal expenditures
To financial institutions
31
Commercial banks in United States
32
Banks in foreign countries
33
Sales finance, personal finance companies, etc
34
Other financial institutions
35 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities . 3
36 To others for purchasing and carrying securities
37 To finance agricultural production
38 All other loans
39 LESS: Unearned income
40
Loan loss reserve
41 Other loans, net
42 Lease financing receivables
43 All other assets
44 Total assets

33 997
, 24 103
7,854
2040
426,859
173 178
4220
168 958
161 727
7 231
112 262
72,573

30 181
21 822
6,059
2 300
425,447
173 048
4,634
168 413
161,129
7 284
112 578
72,345

29004
19,057
7,359
2,588
422,945
171,840
3,954
167 886
160,524
7 362
112,675
72,088

26 785
18,175
6,366
2,244
421,606
171,288
4,188
167 100
159,700
7 400
112,875
71,942

27 663
19,661
5,873
2,129
422,680
171,816
4,212
167,605
160,438
7 167
113,109
71,655

26231
18,464
6,098
1,669
419,813
170,029
3,564
166,465
159,282
7 183
113,298
71,360

29 569
21,790
6,120
1,659
422,298
170 212
4,170
166042
158,903
7 139
113,561
71,280

28 274
20431
5,924
1 920
419,924
169401
3,682
165 720
158,686
7033
113 642
71,131

28 511
20,516
6,224
1,771
422,051
169,922
3,865
166,057
159,060
6,997
113,732
71,062

45 Demand deposits
46 Mutual savings banks
47 Individuals partnerships, and corporations
48 States and political subdivisions
49 U S government
50 Commercial banks in United States . . . .
51 Banks in foreign countries
52 Foreign governments and official institutions
53 Certified and officers' checks
54 Time and savings deposits
55 Savings
56
Individuals and nonprofit organizations
57
Partnerships and corporations operated for profit . . .
58
Domestic governmental units
59
All other
60 Time
61
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
62
States and political subdivisions
63
U S government
64
Commercial banks in United States
65
Foreign governments, official institutions, and banks . .
Other liabilities for borrowed money
66 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
67 Treasury tax and loan notes
68 All other liabilities for borrowed money4
69 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . . . .
70 Total liabilities

206 598
744
142 085
5 126
1 609
39 116
7 740
1,658
8 519
316,889
75 699
71 452
3,537
689
20
241 190
206,216
19 935
301
8,169
6,569

71 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)5

68



3,897
4,634
4,447
4,696
4,391
4425
4,219
3,969
4,542
9034
8411
9 216
8,612
8,637
9,053
9,710
9 367
9439
9,824
9,904
9,759
9,930
9,869
10,222
9,669
9,959
9,991
15 616 15 415 15 290 15 340 15 397 15,262 15 331 15 133 15,185
5,926
5,562
5,349
5,226
5,603
6941
6,385
5,762
6,418
2,272
2,222
2,207
2,247
2,270
2,198
2,139
2,170
2,103
5,378
5,383
5,425
5,432
5423
5,416
5,383
5 402
5 425
14 746 14 099 14 129 13 803 14 614 14 205 15 134 14 382 15,145
6,647
6,661
6,692
6,666
6,589
6,751
6,772
6767
6696
5,874
5,846
6,024
5 918
5,749
5,744
5 899
5 741
5 732
414,422 412 948 410,429 409,107 410,187 407,274 409,706 407,346 409,438
9,930
9 986 10,025
9,624
9962
9,956
9529
9 338
9,546
84 026 85,822 82,664 82,187 83,867 87,581 82,982 85,179 88,266
770,416 768,170 751,324 745,884 755,163 750,975 768,357 754,536 765,476
202 136
713
140 266
4,839
1 814
37,133
7,558
1,475
8 338
317,003
75 986
71 789
3,502
673
22
241 017
206,104
19976
314
8,227
6,396

191 283
611
132,293
5,177
1 465
34,089
8,350
1,822
7474
319,104
75,562
71,451
3,451
637
23
243 541
208,178
20,207
297
8,557
6,302

185 508
574
127,887
4,846
1,677
34,041
8,047
1,457
6 979
321,064
74,540
70,414
3,473
631
21
246 524
210,707
20,720
309
8,448
6,340

191,925
733
130,249
5,282
3,506
34,459
7,177
1,783
8,736
321,696
75,685
71,540
3,454
671
20
246 01 1
210,394
20,567
298
8,416
6,336

188,847
623
127,997
4,698
1,979
34,976
9,901
1,546
7,126
320,336
75,548
71,398
3,461
670
19
244,788
209,275
20,755
298
8,085
6,375

201,931
747
137,776
4,755
1,651
37,774
9,436
2,292
7 499
320,291
75,871
71 649
3,488
715
19
244421
208,894
20,789
310
8,010
6,418

183 322
566
123 806
4,709
1 564
35,292
8,433
1,591
7 360
321,010
75,080
70991
3,416
655
18
245 930
209,945
21 216
306
8,108
6,355

195,703
645
132,047
4,708
3,266
38,359
7,150
1,930
7,597
319,484
76,702
72,654
3,396
635
17
242,782
207,722
20,692
299
8,014
6,055

4,412
467
202
119
375
1,276
582
1,924
316
1,939
1,821
2,457
5,896
6,007
4,386
2 803
2,412
2,008
133 269 134 506 125,388 121,003 126,605 126,547 1 30,068 1 24 429 131,614
60,234 59,936 60,334 61,354 61,915 62,132 63,115 64,743 63,758
720,108 717,917 701,078 695,404 704,200 700,057 717,615 703,813 714,292
50,307

50,253

50,246

50,480

50,963

50,917

50,742

50,724

51,184

20. AH large weekly reporting commercial banks1—Continued
A. Assets and liabilities—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures, 1981
Account
1 Cash items in process of collection
2 Demand deposits due from banks in United States
3 All other cash and due from depository institutions
4 Total loans and securities
5 U.S. Treasury securities
6
Trading account
7
Investment account, by maturity
8
One year or less
9
Over one through five years
10
Over five years
11 Other securities
12
Trading account
13
Investment account
14
U.S. government agencies
'.
15
States and political subdivisions, by maturity . .
16
One year or less
17
Over one year
18
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities . .

Mar. 11

53,553
19,908
30,623

Mar. 18 Mar. 25

55,438
21,720
33,855

52,064
19,620
35,062

41,986
7,843
34,143
9,254
21,236
3,654
77,470
2,860
7,0
469
16,123
55,725
7,208
48,517
2,761

41,233
7,429
33,804
9,178
21,012
3,614
77,425
2,882
74,543
16,085
55,665
7,160
48,504
2,793

39,577
6,017
33,561
9,074
20,855
3,631
77,368
2,735
74,634
16,118
55,705
7,229
48,476
2,810

28,561 29,965 27,592
21,096 21,504 19,702
5,643
5,947
6,487
1,822
1,944
1,973
418,077 419,598 419,176
168,906 169,494 169,617 J
3,668
3,544
165,248 165,950 165,949
158,287 158,969 158,891
6,960
6,981
7,058
113,945 114,198 114,282
70,848 70,790 70,779

45 Demand deposits
46
Mutual savings banks
47
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . . .
48
States and political subdivisions
49
U.S. government
50
Commercial banks in United States
51
Banks in foreign countries
52
Foreign governments and official institutions . .
53
Certified and officers' checks
54 Time and savings deposits
55
Savings
56
Individuals and nonprofit organizations
57
Partnerships and corporations operated for profit
58
Domestic governmental units
All other
59
60
Time
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
61
62
States and political subdivisions .
U.S. government
63
64
Commercial banks in United States
Foreign governments, official institutions, and banks .
65
Other liabilities for borrowed money
66
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
67
Treasury tax and loan notes
68
All other liabilities for borrowed money4
69 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . . .
70 Total liabilities

191,175
658
131,038
4,173
2,109
36,361
8,245
1,614
6,978
320,514
76,718
72,715
3,412
573
18
243,796
208,737
20,641
296
8,058
6,064




60,389
21,624
31,733

Apr. 8

53,140
19,832
31,623

Apr. 15

Apr. 22

62,605
21,230
35,339

55,822
18,762
38,122

Apr. 29

55,348
19,504
42,677

May 6

56,242
19,536
33,956

553,421 555,505 551,056 564,896 559,186 563,488 559,529 558,677 564,716

19 Federal funds sold2
20
To commercial banks
21
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
22
To others
23 Other loans, gross
24
Commercial and industrial
25
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper . . .
26
All other
27
U.S. addressees
28
Non-U.S. addressees
29
Real estate
30
To individuals for personal expenditures
To financial institutions
31
Commercial banks in United States . .
32
Banks in foreign countries
33
Sales finance, personal finance companies, etc.
34
Other financial institutions
35
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
36
To others for purchasing and carrying securities3 .
37
To finance agricultural production
38
All other loans
39 LESS: Unearned income
40
Loan loss reserve
41 Other loans, net
42 Lease financing receivables
43 All other assets
44 Total assets

71 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities) 5

Apr. 1

41,789
7,887
33,902
9,690
20,641
3,571
78,455
3,612
74,842
16,526
55,504
7,077
48,427
2,812

41,786
7,247
34,539
10,125
20,488
3,926
77,808
2,976
74,832
16,520
55,507
7,151
48,356
2,805

41,021
6,300
34,720
10,143
20,651
3,926
77,528
2,745
74,782
16,370
55,582
7,201
48,381
2,830

40,718
6,023
34,695
10,078
20,666
3,951
77,662
2,756
74,906
16,382
55,663
7,237
48,426
2,860

39,720
5,440
34,280
9,997
20,447
3,836
77,604
2,671
74,933
16,409
55,675
7,269
48,406
2,849

40,190
5,590
34,600
10,439
20,367
3,794
78,325
3,663
74,662
16,378
55,532
7,344
48,188
2,753

30,531 30,268 32,661 29,868 26,696 27,266
21,002 21,700 23,696 21,014 17,853 18,312
7,547
6,657
6,786
7,082
6,602
6,796
1,981
1,910
2,068
1,883
2,242
2,158
425,750 421,067 424,028 423,074 426,470 430,780
172,680 171,100 170,992 172,124 174t438 ^ 6 8 0
7,8,
J
4,576
~ ~4,4\4
168,110 166,833 166,808 167,872 170,023 172,304
160,704 159,740 159,726 160,818 162,820 165,000
7,406
7,082
7,203
7,093
7,304
7,053
114,525 114,612 114,844 115,136 115,341 115,452
70,196 70,047 70,209 70,472 70,598 70,458

- 4:nar

4,883
4,936
4,502
4,704
5,118
4,461
4,928
4,664
4,840
8,675
8,583
8,554
8,289
8,401
8,548
8,055
8,404
8,450
9,515
9,665 10,084 10,178
9,647
9,577
9,636
9,406
9,522
14,968 14,938 15,009 15,204 15,042 15,237 14,937 15,225 15,631
6,807
5,656
7,795
5,341
6,100
5,123
6,344
5,972
6,401
2,374
2,351
2,369
2,252
2,357
2,365
2,257
2,269
2,509
5,498
5,504
5,562
5,568
5,401
5,590
5,431
5,426
5,656
13,912 13,927 14,125 14,466 13,547 14,829 13,715 13,509 14,325
5,733
5,810
6,626
5,803
5,833
5,809
6,681
5,840
6,656
5,940
5,895
5,933
6,046
6,042
5,960
5,977
5,973
6,059
405,404 406,882 406,518 414,122 409,324 412,279 411,281 414,656 418,935
10,033 10,032 10,040 10,108 10,118 10,099 10,132 10,142 10,124
89,939 85,484 87,763 93,805 92,069 91,089 92,961 91,707 90,052
757,478 762,035 755,604 782,555 765,967 783,851 775,329 778,056 774,628
191,786
595
129,448
4,748
3,122
37,389
7,616
1,632
7,234
322,278
77,001
73,052
3,353
576
21
245,277
210,207
20,394
276
8,182
6,218

182,968
549
125,203
4,479
1,662
34,794
7,841
1,287
7,151
321,059
77,415
73,410
3,414
572
19
243,644
208,647
20,286
282
8,112
6,317

206,400
774
139,814
4,946
1,005
38,438
8,797
1,940
10,686
321,791
79,344
75,262
3,433
631
18
242,447
208,365
19,672
282
7,842
6,286

192,023 213,531 191,677
737
581
731
131,582 140,671 131,653
4,539
5,428
4,235
1,986
2,864
7,845
35,735 39,196 33,794
8,802
7,650
8,306
1,944
1,966
2,043
8,814
8,153
7,975
321,928 322,952 323,316
80,846 81,139 79,864
76,748 77,063 75,878
3,400
3,471
3,379
661
607
590
20
18
16
241,082 241,812 243,452
207,312 208,231 209,625
19,656 19,590 19,752
264
283
228
7,741
7,835
7,730
5,996
6,090
6,011

188,649
.599
128,823
4,456
2,880
32,839
8,400
1,987
8,664
322,988
77,897
73,908
3,376
597
17
245,091
210,960
20,012
228
7,833
6,057

190,281
674
129,194
4,993
1,829
35,125
7,847
1,992
8,625
326,510
78,439
74,480
3,341
596
21
248,070
213,637
20,136
233
7,884
6,180

2,739
2,504
138
92
1,482
1,122
965
741
7,478
1,871
8,863
7,716
660 11,468 12,536 10,008
1,718
6,989
129,535 125,503 125,046 128,834 136,179 130,429 131,194 128,539 129,508
63,338 62,965 65,234 64,040 62,317 62,216 65,713 66,742 65,697
706,372 711,004 704,526 731,049 714,456 732,528 724,108 726,932 722,969
51,105

51,031

51,078

51,505

51,511

51,324

51,220

51,123

51,659

69

20. All large weekly reporting commercial banks1—Continued
A. Assets and liabilities—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures, 1981
May 13 May 20 May 27

Account

54,134
19,680
30,764

1 Cash items in process of collection
2 Demand deposits due from banks in United States
3 All other cash and due from depository institutions

70

56,580
19,478
30,776

66,616
19,027
37,279

53,270
21,512
31,533

JulyS

65 900
22,805
31,719

53 536
21,661
35,637

.

.

39,560
5 108
34,452
10 150
20,484
3,817
76 769
2,079
74 690
16,424
55 489
7277
48,213
2 777

39,632
5 306
34,326
10 126
20,393
3,807
76 865
2,078
74 787
16,452
55 560
7,338
48,222
2 776

42,128
7 685
34,444
10 627
19,994
3,823
78,922
3,711
75 210
16,559
55 887
7,733
48,154
2 764

43,334
8,879
34,455
10,788
19,840
3,827
78,100
2,945
75,156
16,409
55,975
7,767
48,208
2,771

43,138
8,836
34,303
10,758
19,708
3,836
77,601
2,723
74,878
16,367
55,750
7,502
48,247
2,761

40,945
7,071
33,874
10,506
19,596
3,772
77,016
2,353
74,663
16,259
55,684
7,406
48,279
2,720

40,599
6789
33,810
10 567
19,459
3,784
78,922
4,639
74 283
16,402
55 178
7,023
48,155
2 704

41,826
8 148
33,678
10 395
19,466
3,818
77,644
3,410
74 234
16,348
55 167
7,065
48,102
2 719

28,826
18,830
6,632
3 363
428,166
175 525
^3,803
171 722
164,268
7 454
116,032
70486

45 Demand deposits
46 Mutual savings banks .
.
47
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
48
States and political subdivisions
49 U.S. government
50 Commercial banks in United States
51
Banks in foreign countries
52
Foreign governments and official institutions
53 Certified and officers' checks
54 Time and savings deposits
55 Savings
. .
.
.
...
56
Individuals and nonprofit organizations
57
Partnerships and corporations operated for profit
58
Domestic governmental units . . . .
59
All other . . .
60 Time
61
Individuals, partnerships and corporations
62
States and political subdivisions
63
U.S. government
64
Commercial banks in United States
. ..
65
Foreign governments, official institutions, and banks . .
Other liabilities for borrowed money
66
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
67
Treasury tax and loan notes
68
All other liabilities for borrowed money4
69 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . . . .
70 Total liabilities .




58016
21,946
36,154

July 1

39,655
4985
34,671
10 359
20,531
3,781
76,821
2,117
74 704
16,425
55 522
7,288
48,234
2 757

5 U.S. Treasury securities
6 Trading account
7
Investment account by maturity
8
One year or less
9
Over one through five years
10
Over five years
1 1 Other securities .
12
Trading account
13
Investment account
14
U.S. government agencies
.
15
States and political subdivisions by maturity
16
One year or less
17
Over one year
18
Other bonds, corporate stocks and securities

71 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)5

59 894
19,536
29,911

June 10 June 17 June 24

561,613 559,536 563,300 571,420 572,730 573,191 571,953 583,962 580,146

4 Total loans and securities

19 Federal funds sold2
20 To commercial banks
21
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
22 To others . . . .
23 Other loans, gross
24 Commercial and industrial
25
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
26
All other
27
U.S. addressees
;
28
Non-U S addressees
29 Real estate . . .
30 To individuals for personal expenditures
To financial institutions
31
Commercial banks in United States
32
Banks in foreign countries
33
Sales finance, personal finance companies, etc
34
Other financial institutions
35
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
36 To others for purchasing and carrying securities^
37 To finance agricultural production
38
All other loans
39 LESS: Unearned income
..
40
Loan loss reserve
•
41 Other loans, n e t .
. . .
42 Lease financing receivables
43 All other assets
44 Total assets . . . .

53 492
19,684
35,571

June 3

26,717
18 754
5,960
2003
428,378
174 856
3758
171 098
163 795
7 302
1 16 226
70 532

29,213
19975
6,398
2 840
429,501
175 442
4,256
171 186
163,840
7 345
116,364
70634

28,498
19,764
6,713
2,021
433,850
176617
4,209
172 408
165,011
7 397
116,634
70708

32,141
22,469
6,426
3,246
431,201
175,992
4,217
171,776
164,205
7,571
116,917
70,720

27,334
19,136
6,266
1,932
437,222
178,284
4,585
173,699
166,118
7,581
117,236
70,875

29,748
20,753
6,422
2,572
436,331
178,722
4,878
173,844
166,281
7,563
117,518
71,026

28,699
20 154
6,686
1,859
447,767
182545
5,720
176 825
169,131
7 694
117,927
71 274

30,818
23 293
5,590
1 934
441,922
181 558^

5;ai5

176 543
168,976
7 567
117,954
71 069

5,596
5,336
5,289
4,444
4,885
4,881
5,731
6,210
4,788
8,386
8,741
8,783
8,746
8,344
9,348
9,373
9038
9 045
9,822
9,894
9,841
9,809 10,549
9,904
9,912
9,773
9,924
16,114 15,948 16,236 16 149
15 661 15 810 15 543 15,966 15,907
7,796
6,923
7,866
6,105
5,872
7,126
9,566
5,630
5,610
2,509
2,539
2,616
2 592
2 535
2 545
2 572
2 591
2 567
5,902
5,844
5,821
5,974
5,930
5,823
5,782
5,712
5 763
13,934 13,799 13,595 14,565 13,991
13,181 13,577
14,566
15,613
5,921
5,914
5,875
5,838
5,880
5 834
5,805
5,915
5 810
6,166
6,192
6,166
6,149
6,139
6,051
6,149
6,076
6,078
416,310 416490 417 590 421,872 419,154 425,117 424,244 435,743 429,858
10,173 10,201
10,218 10,242 10,259 10,269 10,272 10,349 10,362
89,090 86 871 84,580 87,780 90,940 91,255 90,206 92,882 91,495
765,455 765,357 767,440 785,559 780,764 797,637 778,745 807,618 792,837
185 036 182 768 191 452 195 175 192,070 200,107 188,291 209661 191 319

579

576

589

689

495

521

517

737

598

127,775 125,053 130,954 130,792 131,013 133,559 125,958 140,406 129,609
4,734
4,262
4,427
4,306
4,002
4,501
5,176
4,335
4,498
3,312
3,192
2,098
1,913
1 971
1 082
3 099
1 104
1 183
35,242 32,792 35,972 36,735 35,232 34,059 36,137 41,213 36,132
8,674
9,126
9,408
8,488
7,616
8,450
8,392
9,195
8,159
1,492
1,990
1,725
1,623
1,469
1,760
1,619
1,271
1,558
7,441
8,633 14,105
8 985
7 580
11 037
7 169
8 298
7 483
328,552 330,722 331,715 334,602 333,130 331,623 334,260 337,288 337,653
78,235 78,693
77,679 77 344 77,064 77,797 77,822 77,719 76,7%
73,691 73,415 73,133 73,903 73,953 73,920 72,923 74,359 74,896
3,194
3,244
3,180
3,273
3,311
3,191
3,202
3,265
3,300
657
599
655
633
640
610
579
655
585

22

24

21

16

18

21

22

18

20

250,873 253,378 254,650 256,805 255,308 253,904 257,463 259,053 258,960
215,828 218 010 219 266 221,735 220,680 219,962 223,415 225 775 225 559
20444 20535 20402 20085 19 860 19,485 19,516
18 694 18 720

257

253

255

258

240

264

271

268

279

8,147
6,196

8 351
6,228

8,421
6,307

8,394
6,333

8,272
6,256

7,934
6,258

8,020
6,241

8 121
6,195

8 040
6,362

616
5,447
2,669
3,128
4,843
369
2,352
2,530
2,145
2,023
2,536 1 1 ,352 12,653
8,743
5 141
9 542
4009
3 568
122,596 124,728 121,896 128,969 132,092 130,608 124,633 128,273 138,915
66,287 69,300 66,858 67,971 66,213 66,906 66,401 67,549 65,304
713,744 713,879 715,856 733,582 728,710 746,043 726,854 755,441 740,478

51,711

51,478

51,584

51,976

52,054

51,594

51,891

52,177

52,359

20. All large weekly reporting commercial banks1—Continued
A. Assets and liabilities—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures, 1981
Account
1 Cash items in process of collection
2 Demand deposits due from banks in United States
3 All other cash and due from depository institutions

July 15
...

19 Federal funds sold2
20 To commercial banks
21 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
22 To others
23 Other loans gross
....
24 Commercial and industrial
25
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
26
All other
27
U S addressees
28
Non-U S addressees
29 Real estate '
30 To individuals for personal expenditures
To financial institutions
31
Commercial banks in United States
32
Banks in foreign countries
33
Sales finance, personal finance companies, etc
34
Other financial institutions
35 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities 1
36 To others for purchasing and carrying securities37 To finance agricultural production
38 All other loans
39 LESS* Unearned income . . .
..
40
Loan loss reserve
41 Other loans net
. .
42 Lease financing receivables
43 All other assets
44 Total assets

...
..
...
...
...

...

...
...

...
...
...
...

45 Demand deposits
46 Mutual savings banks
47 Individuals partnerships, and corporations
. ..
48 States and political subdivisions
49 U.S. government
50 Commercial banks in United States
. ..
...
51 Banks in foreign countries
. ..
52 Foreign governments and official institutions
53 Certified and officers' checks
...
54 Time and savings deposits
..
55 Savings
56
Individuals and nonprofit organizations . .
...
57
Partnerships and corporations operated for profit
58
Domestic governmental units
59
All other
60 Time
61
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
62
States and political subdivisions
63
U S government
...
64
Commercial banks in United States
65
Foreign governments, official institutions, and banks . .
Other liabilities for borrowed money
66 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
67 Treasury tax and loan notes
68 All other liabilities for borrowed money 4
69 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . . . .
70 Total liabilities
71 Residua] (total assets minus total liabilities) 5




July 22
51,870
20,012
39,142

July 29
46,556
14,663
33,351

Aug. 5 Aug. 12 Aug. 19 Aug. 26 Sept. 2
57,970
20,203
33,878

52,640
21,007
33,548

54,396
21,522
35,667

50,457
19,959
32,245

53 933
20,731
33,728

Sept. 9
56,506
23,486
29,637

582,410 571,337 573,156 586,486 579,350 577,376 578,907 585,540 587,117

4 Total loans and securities
5 U.S. Treasury securities
6 Trading account
7 Investment account, by maturity .
8
One year or less
9
Over one through five years
10
Over five years
1 1 Other securities
12 Trading account
13 Investment account
14
U S government agencies
15
States and political subdivisions, by maturity
16
One year or less
17
Over one year .
18
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities

57,614
22,527
35,304

41,055
7 411
33,643
10 309
19454
3,880
77 296
3,378
73,918
16 114
55,145
7037
48,108
2,659

40,232
6 843
33,388
9 989
19 500
3,899
77 266
3 240
74,026
16 068
55,299
7 094
48 205
2,658

40,644
7 247
33,397
10032
19,546
3,818
77 460
3,234
74,225
16,153
55,382
7 050
48,332
2,690

41,281
8072
33,209
10 027
19,407
3,775
78 511
4,155
74,356
16,148
55,456
7 265
48,191
2,751

40,462
7 356
33,107
10037
19 318
3,751
77 730
3,261
74,468
16,158
55,503
7 266
48,237
2,808

40,418
8,337
32,082
9 220
19,126
3,736
77,359
2,899
74,459
16,126
55,535
7,193
48,342
2,798

33,970
26 692
5,184
2,093
442,204
180,736
"4,822
175,913
168 286
7,627
118 393
71,055

25,776
18 380
5,363
2,032
440 212
180,499
4,165
176,334
168 794
7,540
118 627
71,158

26,327
19,168
5,238
1,921
440,893
180,450
4,397
176,053
168,502
7,551
118 905
71,427

31,520
24,124
5,516
1,880
447,361
184,201
4,468
179,732
172,276
7,456
119 141
71,583

28,223
20,669
5,631
1,923
445,136
183,517
3,909
179,608
172 208
7,400
119 582
71,588

27,818
20,060
5,725
2,032
444,001
182,746
3,335
179,412
172,024
7,388
119,921
71,759

39,822
7 824
31,998
9 189
19,122
3,686
77 699
2,863
74,836
16,344
55,638
7 234
48,404
2,853

38,843
6 868
31 975
9 545
18 961
3,468
78 676
3,708
74,968
16 373
55,729
7450
48,280
2,866

39,386
7 397
31,990
9 531
18,946
3,513
77,778
2,710
75,068
16,316
55,886
7 540
48,346
2,866

28,227 29,052
19,728 21 173
6,513
5,977
1,986
1,902
445,418 451,268
182,824 184,956
3,248 ^ 3 ^ 2 1
179,576 181,236
172,162 173 688
7,414
7,548
120,106 120 264
72,027 72,308

31,344
23,619
5,798
1,927
450,934
184,065
3,149
180,916
173,477
7,439
120,521
72,453

6,251
6,543
6,837
5,928
6,044
7,258
6,093
5,553
6,216
9,114
9,421
9,117
9,790 10,444
9,031
9,211
8,762
9,533
9,866 10,087 10,166 10,238 10,127 10,131 10,614 10,223
9,739
15,927 15,942 15,870 16,395 16,355 16,274 16,273 16,523 16,415
4,937
5,992
5,578
5,277
5,061
7,246
6,611
6 304
7,348
2,624
2,594
2,579
2,624
2,590
2,617
2,543
2,541
2,539
5,961
6,004
5,962
6,029
5,928
6,018
5,970
5,965
5,966
14,750 14,504 14,267 14,787 14,699 14,270 14,493 15,397 15,725
5,990
5,964
5,958
5,959
5,948
5,930
5,978
5,945
5,950
6 252
6,269
6,363
6,262
6 340
6,258
6 190
6 168
6 198
430,090 428 064 428,726 435,174 432,935 431,780 433,159 438,969 438,607
10 395 10 381 10410 10411 10409 10,436 10,461 10498 10 512
89 840 87 094 87,316 88,613 88,497 88,846 89,017 90,814 94,084
798,092 779,836 765,452 797,560 785,451 788,242 781,047 795,244 801,340
203 340
694
133,749
4 850
3,005
41,194
9 389
1 906
8,553
337 853
77,927
74,139
3,149
618
21
259,926
227,658
18,506
268
8 032
5,462

182 893
492
1 24,477
4 143
1,860
34,908
7 637
1 305
8,071
339 230
77,289
73,617
3,140
509
23
261,941
229,391
18,777
278
8 041
5,454

173,365
535
122,000
4,161
1,784
27,912
8,693
1,304
6,974
341,127
76,358
72,714
3,111
509
22
264,769
232,026
18,869
281
8,304
5,289

196,455
686
132,243
4,610
3,200
36,314
8,822
1,329
9,251
343,656
77,520
73,900
3,080
519
22
266,135
233,752
18,732
273
8,247
5,132

187,447
571
128,013
3,849
2,120
34,659
8,580
1,878
7,776
345,066
76,677
73,051
3,056
546
23
268,389
235,621
19,050
272
8,308
5,138

187,890
570
123,293
4,237
3,023
38,939
9,001
1,698
7,129
345,189
76,154
72,568
3,010
553
23
269,035
235,881
19,371
256
8,312
5,215

181,388
584
122,237
4,109
1,870
34,596
9,151
1,680
7,162
346,730
75,467
71,910
3,021
513
23
271,262
237,682
19,631
246
8,407
5,296

187,335
640
127,927
4,526
1,106
36,984
7,451
1,427
7,274
349,779
76,172
72,641
3,005
502
24
273,607
239,712
19,677
238
8,509
5,470

193,912
677
130,943
4,129
1,975
38,613
8,640
2,315
6,620
347,848
76,635
73,052
3,049
508
26
271,213
237,709
19,470
269
8,411
5,355

502
744
881
299
1,100
653
1 240
4 147
2 521
2,163
1,541
3,957
3,093
1,814
997
4,902
5,133
4,000
132,287 127,679 123,438 133,217 128,903 128,739 -123,729 129,215 135,718
65,948 68,698 69,881 69,009 69,119 70,953 72,513 71,743 69,203
745,949 727,780 713,366 744,978 732,851 735,816 728,616 742,406 748,423

52,143

52,056

52,086

52,582

52,600

52,426

52,431

52,839

52,918

71

20. All large weekly reporting commercial banks1—Continued
A. Assets and liabilities—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures, 1981
Account
1 Cash items in process of collection
2 Demand deposits due from banks in United States . .
3 All other cash and due from depository institutions

Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30

58 617
22956
34,575

19 Federal funds sold2
20 To commercial banks
21
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
22 To others
23 Other loans, gross
24 Commercial and industrial
25
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
26
All other
27
U S addressees
28
Non-U.S. addressees
29
Real estate
30 To individuals for personal expenditures
To financial institutions
31
Commercial banks in United States
32
Banks in foreign countries
.
33
Sales finance, personal finance companies, etc
34
Other financial institutions
35
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
36
To others for purchasing and carrying securities^
37
To finance agricultural production
38
All other loans .
39 LESS* Unearned income
40
Loan loss reserve
41 Other loans net
42 Lease financing receivables
43 All other assets
44 Total assets
45 Demand deposits . .
46
Mutual savings banks
47
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
48
States and political subdivisions
49
U.S. government
50 Commercial banks in United States
51
Banks in foreign countries
52
Foreign governments and official institutions . .
53
Certified and officers' checks . .
54 Time and savings deposits . .
55
Savings
56
Individuals and nonprofit organizations
57
Partnerships and corporations operated for profit
58
Domestic governmental units
59
All other
60 Time . . . .
61
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
62
States and political subdivisions
63
U.S. government
64
Commercial banks in United States
65
Foreign governments, official institutions, and banks . .
Other liabilities for borrowed money
66
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
67
Treasury tax and loan notes
68
All other liabilities for borrowed money4
69 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . . . .
70 Total liabilities
71 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)5

72




62 226
25,579
33,355

Oct. 7
47 064
6,881
25,826

Oct. 14
58 805
7,166
34,408

Oct. 21

47,000
6,490
38,283

Oct. 28

44,618
6,977
32,762

Nov. 4
54 214
7,343
35,237

Nov. 11
52 372
7060
32,330

580,620 596,326 593,536 593,195 592,707 584,817 594,716 594,919

4 TotaJ loans and securities
5 U.S. Treasury securities
6 Trading account
7
Investment account by maturity
8
One year or less
9
Over one through five years
10
Over five years
1 1 Other securities
12 Trading account
13
Investment account
14
U S government agencies
15
States and political subdivisions, by maturity
v
16
One year or less
~
17
Over one year
...
18
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities . . .

51 855
21,264
34,577

39 358
7,499
31 858
9411
18 909
3 538
77 537
2 414
75 124
16 205
56044
7 625
48 419
2 874

38,062
6,477
31 585
9,259
18 798
3 528
77 347
2 330
75,017
16 127
56,045
7 597
48 448
2,845

37,774
6,140
3 1 ,634
9,665
18 476
3,494
79690
4259
75,431
16088
56 505
7 873
48 633
2,838

38,256
6,601
31 655
9,711
18 412
3,532
78 250
2974
75,276
16 114
56,319
7999
48 320
2,843

37,719
6,338
31 380
9,606
18 239
3,535
78 065
2610
75,455
16027
56560
7 969
48 591
2,867

32974
24 352
6472
2 149
456 775
188 148
3,597
184 550
177 094
7457
7 421
7 238
7 422
7 315
120 993 121,283 121,610 121,561 121,907
72,556 72,797 72,914 72,978 73,015

30654 28 372 32951 33 924
22 686 20 797 23 986 22 879
7496
6 886
5 940
6 121
3 550
2 079
1 634
1 847
451 597 449 187 458 055 455 403
185 163 1 84,937 187,867 187,906
-^ y,082 '"'' 2,897 3,660 3,378
182 081 182 040 184 207 184,528
174 766 174618 176 969 177 107

37,561
6,219
31,342
9,557
18,266
3,518 ,
77 910
2,418
75,492
16,104
56,573
8 034
48,539
2,815
31,679
23 466
6,179
2034
457 925
188,171
3,630
184,540
177 123
7,418
122,125
73,008

38,310
6,906
31,404
9,641
18 216
3,548
77 983
2,315
75,668
16073
56,758
8 018
48 740
2,837
28 224
19 232
5 827
3 165
452 685
J87J74
3,492
183,682
176 388
7 294
122,302
73,196

37,416
6,291
31 125
9,638
17 981
3,505
80674
4 735
75,940
16 115
56958
8 298
48 660
2 866

36513
5,797
30 716
9,480
17 802
3435
79 227
3041
76 186
16 203
57 054
8 338
48 716
2 929

30662 34 228
22 320 25 397
6026
6584
2 315
2 247
458 371 457 368
189 629 188 692
3,93^-=-=3=9^
185 690 184916
178 413 177 689
7 277
7 227
122 518 122 888
73,173 73,192

6 807
6970
6 724
6589
6548
6956
6 833
6 378
7005
9,077
9,370
8 909
9,566 10 106
9 811
9065
9,519 10,130
9,804 10,233 10,018
10,266
10,466 10,311 10,345 10,186
9,861
15 604 15 795 16050
16 296 15 806 15 814 16025 15 940 15,841
5,570
5,464
5,870
6,945
6,979
7,596
6987
4,996
5,243
2 595
2 590
2 645
2,619
2613
2609
2 577
2 566
2 610
5,960
5,960
5849
5,915
5,970
5,972
5 951
5,890
5,863
15 804 14 815 16 133 14978 16 209 18 888 14 566 15 690 15 148
5 960
5 963
5 925
5 802
5 960
5 887
5 985
5 898
5 975
6 377
6423
6372
6 342
6,408
6530
6364
6 368
6509
439 254 436 838 445 911 443 106 444 438 445 556 440 300 445 954 444 951
10489 10501 10 591 10557 10 562 10572 10628 10642 10632
92 152 90641 96 613 97 308 97 745 93 271 94 138 102 401 99 no
805,593 789,458 824,690 781,174 801,881 788,323 773,940 804,553 796,483

197 427 183 468 209 231 168 959 182 582 167,415 163 230 181 800 171 338

646

567

691

762

712

608
127,599
4,400
I 166
18 665
7 894
931
6 151
350 308
74,887
71,400
2,930
535
22
275 421
241,767
19,485
228
250
8 869
8 802
5,151
5,117

133 696 123 739 135 844 127 079 136 840
4,644
5,130
4,408
4,727
4692
1 661
1 416
3 102
2 198
2488
34 355 44 144 18 552 21 350
37 841
9 314
8 014
8 912 10 793
8 559
884
1 054
1 584
1,774
1 685
7 657
7 192
8 847
6904
7 206
347 057 348 083 349 077 353 559 351 955
76 306 74,934 75,369 75 823 75 269
72,808 71,457 71,826 72,244 71,746
2,936
2,964
2,950
2,975
2,947
546
566
509
607
511
22
22
. 22
22
20
270 75 1 273 150 273 708 277 736 276 686
242,987
237,337 239,427 240,188 243,960
19 254 19,521 19 208 19 309 19451

243
8 638
5,279

230
8 789
5,183

200
8 885
5,228

209
9043
5,215

592

816

631

123 561 134913 128 602
4,123
4,717
4,198
3 021
1 566
1 235
18 025 21 386 20438
8 211
7 404
8 379
1,216
1 152
1 561
5 936
7 269
7 416
350 216 350 502 351 402
74,359 75 784 75 693
70,875 72,298 72,143
2,945
2,946
2,976
517
550
514

22

25

24

275 856 274 718 275 709
242,481 241 552 242 133
19,456 19470 19674

238
8 594
5,087

233
8 585
4,878

Til
8 765
4,865

1 412
2 398
953
1 423
700
1 839
1 385
854
1 890
6,501
9,577
7,194
9,865
5,071
3 417
8,237 12,082
4,581
130 723 134,398 125 794 128 694 135 457 132,117 124,762 135 937 141 932
69,668 71,260 73,741 70,738 70,149 72,908 71,388 76,472 72,566
752 768 736,869 771 338 727 875 748483 734,724 720,414 750 677 742 546

52,825

52,589

53,352

53,299

53,399

53,600

53,526

53,876

53,937

20. All large weekly reporting commercial banks1—Continued
A, Assets and liabilities—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures, 1981

Dec. 2

Dec. 23

Dec. 30

45,930
6,657
36,694

54,960
7,593
35,536

57 533
8,000
39,095

54 908
8,217
36,118

118
190
354

605,865

598,974

606,031

602,094

608,048

1,711

36,497
6,232
30,266
9,012
18,089
3,164
79,264
2 972
76,292
16,398
57,000
8,283
48,717
2,893

37,510
6,819
30,690
9,168
18,368
3 1*>4
81,571
5 345
76,226
16,397
56,903
8,314
48,589
2,926

38,002
7,431
30,570
9,368
18,096
3,106
79,845
3,625
76,220
16,431
56,866
8,228
48,638
2,923

37,739
6,852
30,886
9,563
18,220
3,104
80,093
3-892
76,202
16,365
56,912
8,230
48,682
2,924

36,621
5,925
30,696
9,499
18,102
3095
80,067
3 731
76,337
16,297
57,130
8,236
48,894
2,910

36,820
5,947
30,872
9,876
17,903
3,094
80,217
3 868
76,349
16,300
57,152
8,164
48,988
2,896

353

32 503
23,195
7 375
1,933
461,607
189,860
3,672
1 86, 1 88
178,827
7,362
123,493
73 529

33,6M
23,458
8 241
1 ,955
465,613
191,818
4,757
187,061
179,679
7,382
123,512
73 7S8

33,102
22,637
8,134
2,330
460,556
191,564
4,758
186,806
179,922
6,884
123,553
73,850

35,517
24,581
8,299
2,637
465,192
193,244
4,989
188,255
181,421
6,834
124,225
74,094

32,781
22,544
7,727
2,510
465,114
192,380
4,537
187,844
181,019
6,825
124,216
74,657

35,453
25,643
7,519
2,291
467,935
195,385
4,295
191,090
184,367
6,723
124,421
75,088

7,302
7,245
6,991
9,090
8,699
8,559
10,064
10,253
10,370
15,922
16,066
15,745
7,649
8,226
7,246
2,696
2,666
2,670
5,685
5,856
5,718
15,031
15,038
14,288
5,883
5,877
5,901
6,627
6,590
6,653
448,026 452,682 452,624
10,692
10,763
10,683
108,058
104,912 107,569
803,850 822,381 825,543

7,079
8,284
10,640
16,025
7,846
2,811
5,699
14,658
5,826
6,550
455,558
10,835
108,045
826,171

183,108
572
135,279
5,174
2,706
21,586
8,666
1,272
7,852
360,216
76,937
73,350
3,019
542
26
283,278
248,548
19,783
233
9,737
4,977

185,758
505
138,494
5,202
2,191
21,295
8,381
1,125
8,565
361,999
76,739
73,219
2,968
526
26
285,260
250 082
19,901
240
9,984
5,052

187,249
556
140,323
5,234
2,147
21,892
8,009
1,211
7,877
362,410
76,978
73,443
2,984
527
24
285,432
250,367
19,895
239
9 851
5,079

2,960
200
1,293
5,118
141,439 142,231
77,436
76,128
767,278 749,752

98
6,351
141,108
77,597
768,478

660
9,096
138,654
75,616
771,783

436
10,012
139,141
73,480
772,728

-2
-435
58
2,398

54,098

53,903

53,760

53,443

320

Nov. 25

52 228
7 083
33,845

53 061
6,419
33,152

56090
8,001
35,259

597,360

597,413

36 912
6,312
30,600
9,208
18,096
3 295
79,402
3 107
76295
16,435
56,963
8 328
48,635
2,897

19 Federal funds sold2 .
20 To commercial banks
21
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
22 To others
23 Other loans, gross
24 Commercial and industrial
25
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
26
All other
27
U.S. addressees
28
Non-U S addressees
29 Real estate
30 To individuals for personal expenditures
To financial institutions
31
Commercial banks in United States
32
Banks in foreign countries .
33
Sales finance, personal finance companies, etc. . . .
34
Other financial institutions
35 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities 3
36 To others for purchasing and carrying securities . . . .
37 To finance agricultural production
38
All other loans . .
39 LESS* Unearned income
40
Loan loss reserve . .
.
41 Other loans, net
42 Lease financing receivables
43 All other assets
44 Total assets
. . . .

34 280
25,252
7 370
1,657
459,227
U*9 537
37499
186 037
178,837
7 200
123,565
73 292

45 Demand deposits
46 Mutual savings banks
47
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
48 States and political subdivisions
. . .
49 U S government
50 Commercial banks in United States
51
Banks in foreign countries
52
Foreign governments and official institutions
53 Certified and officers' checks . . .
54 Time and savings deposits
55 Savings
56
Individuals and nonprofit organizations
57
Partnerships and corporations operated for profit
58
Domestic governmental units
59
All other
60 Time
61
Individuals partnerships and corporations
62
States and political subdivisions
63
U S government
64
Commercial banks in United States
65
Foreign governments, official institutions and banks .
Other liabilities for borrowed money
66 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
67 Treasury tax and loan notes
68 All other liabilities for borrowed money4
69 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . . .
70 Total liabilities

173 498
599
128,903
4,462
2 801
19,061
8093
1 026
8,554
354,123
75,974
72,319
2,957
675
24
278 148
244078
19,947
270
8 869
4,983

1 Cash items in process of collection
2 Demand deposits due from banks in United States . .
3 All other cash and due from depository institutions . . . .
4 Total loans a n d securities . . .

. . . .

5 U S Treasury securities .
6 Trading account
7 Investment account, by maturity
8
One year or less
9
Over one through five years
10
Over five years
1 1 Other securities
12 Trading account
13 Investment account
14
U.S. government agencies
15
States and political subdivisions, by maturity
16
One year or less
17
Over one year
18
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities

71 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)'1*




7 177
7 721
7 141
9,743
9,134
9,273
10,102
10,506
10,053
15,902
15,879
15,970
8,047
6,434
8,000
2,625
2,624
2,625
5,748
5,767
5,847
16,256
15,878
15 628
5 869
5 902
5 904
6,615
6,557
6,556
446,766 449,148 453,130
10,683
10,678
10680
99,102 105,444
99,891
801,088 799,826 821,343

172,216
529
129,299
4,818
1 836
19,704
8,013
875
7,143
357,003
75,521
71,863
3,002
626
30
281,483
246 458
20,282
267
9419
5,056

1 027
446
3,108
3,139
139,660 136,652
75,908
76,851
747,356 746,275
53 732

Adjustment
bank6

Dec. 16

Nov. 18

Account

53,551

1 86,099
647
137,774
4,985
1 114
22,158
9,349
933
9,138
356,985
76,758
73,100
3,048
581
29
280,227
245 714
19,807
263
9520
4,923

54,066

Dec. 9

168,316
559
127,311
4,260
1,318
18,324
8,271
1,597
6,677
358,823
76,841
73,243
3,062
509
27
281,981
247,466
19,778
249
9,638
4,849

353
110
219
24
688
6
682
237
432
108
324
13
179
179
<gfl

C?3^
510
506
4
1,059
- 1 175
40
6
2
2
4
28
47
49
-10
490
2
342
2,717

1,145

973
60
6
50
10
3
44
1,632
1,137
1,090
35
11
495
259
229
7

73

20. All large weekly reporting commercial banks1—Continued
B. Balance sheet memoranda, 1981
Millions of dollars

Jan. 7

Account
1 Total loans (gross) and investments adjusted"
2 Total loans (gross) adjusted2
3 Demand deposits adjusted** . . . .

. ..

4 Total time deposits in accounts of $100,000 or more . . . .
5
Negotiable CDs
6
Other time deposits
7 Total loans sold outright to affiliates4
8
Commercial and industrial
9 Other

Jan. 14

Jan. 21

Jan. 28

Feb. 4

Feb. 11

Feb. 18

Feb. 25

Mar. 4

551,632 547 463 546,664 543,354 546,170 540,579 542,952 541,530 546,093
432 328 429 264 428 922 425 997 426 786 423,189 425 381 423 321 425 412
109,382 106 825 103,529 100 166 100,603 102,787 99,790 95,792 96695
158,361 158,208 160,190 162,414 161,311 160,058 159,546 160,004 157,040
114,553 113,994 115,551 117,382 116,140 1 14,427 113,960 113,870 1 1 1 ,459
43 808 44 215 44 639 45 032 45 171 45,630 45 587 46 134 45 580
2,773
1 862

2,778
1 865

2,753
1 833

2,760
1 850

2,785
1 878

2,793
1,884

2,883
1 977

2,760
1 846

913

920

910

906

909

2,740
1 835

911

906

913

905

Mar. 11 Mar. 18 Mar. 25

Apr. 1

Apr. 8

Apr. 15 Apr. 22 Apr. 29

May 6

1 Total loans (gross) and investments adjusted2
2 Total loans (gross) adjusted2 . . .
3 Demand deposits adjusted3

540,495 542,053 539,551 550,586 544,346 546,423 545,604 547,709 553,410
421,039 423 394 422 606 430 343 424,752 427,874 427,224 430,385 434 894
99,152 95,836 94,447 106,568 101,162 103,885 99,197 97,582 97 085

4 Total time deposits in accounts of $100,000 or more . . . .
5
Negotiable CDs
6
Other time deposits

157,408 158,716 157,529 156,168 155,329 155,592 157,279 158,912 161,489
111 861 113 103 112 262 111 184 110604 111 294 112 681 114 126 1 16 059
45,547 45 613 45,267 44984 44,724 44,298 44 598 44 786 45 430

7 Total loans sold outright to affiliates4
8
Commercial and industrial . . .
9 Other

2,783
1,864

919
May 13

2,788
1 888

2,746
1,855

900

891

May 20 May 27

2,730
1 842

889
June 3

2,710
1,849

2,716
1,846

2,708
1 870

861

870

838

June 10 June 17 June 24

2,765
1 896

868
July 1

2,722
1 886

836
JulyS

1 Total loans (gross) and investments adjusted2
2 Total loans (gross) adjusted2
3 Demand deposits adjusted3 . . . .

549,757 548,226 550,448 558,344 557,422 560,824 557,691 569,622 563,186
433 281 431 897 433 952 437 294 435 988 440 085 439 730 450 102 443 716
94,476 93 385 94,480 97 112 98,345 97,334 95,692 101 466 99680

4 Total time deposits in accounts of $100,000 or more . . . .
5
Negotiable CDs
6
Other time deposits

164,030 165,743 166,800 168,085 166,418 164,922 169,061 170,406 170,333
117 969 1 1 8 940 119 982 120 566 1 1 8 854 1 17 473 121 235 122 713 122 334
46,061 46 803 46 818 47 519 47,564 47,448 47 826 47 693 48000

7 Total loans sold outright to affiliates 4
8
Commercial and industrial
9 Other .
.
.

74




2 772
1,934

.

2 795
1,964

2 790
1,959

2 897
2,044

2918
2,088

2,854
2,012

2 816
1,977

2 815
2,150

838

831

831

853

831

843

2 690
2033

838

665

657

20. All large weekly reporting commercial banks1—Continued
B. Balance sheet memoranda, 1981—Continued
Millions of dollars
Account
1 Total loans (gross) and investments adjusted
2 Total loans (gross) adjusted2
3 Demand deposits adjusted3

July 15
2

4 Total time deposits in accounts of $100,000 or more . . . .
5
Negotiable CDs
6
Other time deposits
7 Total loans sold outright to affiliates4
8
Commercial and industrial
9
Other

July 22

July 29

Aug. 5

Aug. 12 Aug. 19 Aug. 26

Sept. 2

Sept. 9

561,616 559,060 560,603 568,455 564,954 563,285 564,895 569,829 568,566
443,265 441,562 442,499 448,663 446,762 445,508 447,374 452,309 451,402
101,527 94,256 97,112 98,971 98,027 91,532 94,466 95,313 96,818
170,863 172,492 174,854 175,695 177,270 177,595 179,671 181,431 178,824
123,510 124,401 126,582 127,176 128,410 128,450 130,158 131,410 129,068
47,352 48,091 48,272 48,519 48,860 49,145 49,513 50,021 49,756
2,728
2,079
649

2,693
2,035
658

2,650
1,971
679

2,642
1,965
677

2,616
1,940
676

2,631
1,959
671

2,656
1,973
683

2,718
1,989
729

2,686
1,999
686

Sept. 16 [ Sept. 23 [ Sept. 301 Oct. 7 | Oct. 14 | Oct. 21 [ Oct. 28 | Nov. 4 | NovTll
1 Total loans (gross) and investments adjusted2
2 Total loans (gross) adjusted2
3 Demand deposits adjusted3

569,736 565,794 577,528 576,406 574,211 574,802 571,382 577,798 575,106
452,841 450,384 4 0 0 4 459,900 458,428 459,331 455,089 459,708 459,366
6,6
97,867 94,770 100,663 101,681 101,011 100,583 99,021 103,178 97,292

4 Total time deposits in accounts of $100,000 or more ....

178,013 180,185 180,589 182,762 181,184 179,561 179,780 178,287 179,018
128,226 130,004 130,941 132,611 131,295 129,597 129,686 128,083 127,999
49,787 50,181 49,647 50,152 49,888 49,964 50,094 50,204 51,019

5
6

Negotiable CDs
Other time deposits

7 Total loans sold outright to affiliates 4
8
Commercial and industrial
9
Other

2,666
1,956
710

2,734
2,037
696

2,770
2,035
735

2,676
2,005
671

2,665
2,013
652

2,688
2,050
637

2,741
2,108
633

2,703
2,756
2,059 2,136
644
620
Adjustment
bank5

Nov. 18

Nov. 25

Dec. 2

Dec. 9

Dec. 16

Dec. 23

Dec. 30

1 Total loans (gross) and investments adjusted2
2 Total loans (gross) adjusted2
3 Demand deposits adjusted3

577,427
461,113
9,0
948

579,499
463,737
97,615

587,170
468,089
106,737

581,876
464,029
102,745

586,657
468,825
103,856

584,794
468,106
104,739

587,703
470,666
108,301

1,529
488
972

4 Total time deposits in accounts of $100,000 or more
5
Negotiable CDs
6
Other time deposits

180,810
129,344
51,467

184,197
132,616
51,580

182,692
131,737
50,954

184,316
133,340
50,976

185,638
134,933
50,705

187,836
137,013
50,823

187,937
137,418
50,519

-965
-1,382
417

2,712
2,089
623

2,749
2,124
624

2,786
2,145
641

2,742
2,095
647

2,848
2,196
652

2,824
2,175
649

2,848
2,210
638

7 Total loans sold outright to affiliates4
8
Commercial and industrial
9
Other




75

21. Large weekly reporting commercial banks1
Total commercial and industrial loans classified by industry2
Millions of dollars; last Wednesday-of-month data, 1981

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

24,570
19,473
4,936
4,096
3,255
3,800
3,386
16,269

24,650
19,051
4,544
4,365
3,005
3,690
3,446
15,974

24,654
19,401
4,580
4,351
2,982
3,838
3,650
15,750

24,570
19,845
4,409
4,469
3,298
4,036
3,633
16,752

24,623
20,250
4,577
4,603
3,440
3,957
3,672
17,197

25,274
20,618
4,404
4,920
3,412
4,049
3,832
18,194

9 Trade
10 Commodity dealers
...
1 1 Other wholesale
12 Retail
...
..
13 Transportation, communication, and other public utilities
1 4 Transportation . . .
15 Communication
16 Other public utilities

25,623
2,116
12,098
11,409
20,947
8,391
3,198
9,357

25,316
1,874
11,735
11,707
20,428
8,235
3,110
9,082

25,617
1,950
11,875
11,792
19,973
8,107
3,160
8,705

26,778
2,337
12,244
12,196
20,338
8,156
3,275
8,906

26,306
1,865
12,023
12,418
20,403
8,343
31,462
8,597

26,107
1,499
12,087
12,520
20,824
8,196
3,542
9,086

17 Construction
18 Services
19 All other3

5,961
23,432
14,978

6,126
23,719
15,046

6,225
23,611
15,181

6,446
24,074
15,404

6,988
24,421
15,008

6,984
24,546
15,177

151,252

150,310

150,413

154,208

155,195

157,724

81,794

80,147

79,298

80,333

82,411

83,402

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

25,368
20,175
4,095
4,994
3,546
3,791
3,749
19,658

25,626
22,478
4,392
5,068
3,587
5,500
3,931
20,019

26,107
23,400
4,431
5,076
3,956
5,748
4,189
21,282

25,907
22,060
4,310
4,859
3,722
5,056
4,113
21,728

25,568
22,189
4,282
4,652
4,769
4,624
3,863
22,940

26,868
21,747
4,188
4,166
4,861
4,337
4,195
24,364

9 Trade
10 Commodity dealers
1 1 Other wholesale
. . . .
12 Retail
13 Transportation, communication, and other public utilities
14 Transportation
15 Communication
ijf>
OfhfT miHir militias

26,458
1,601
12,405
12,452
21,020
8,244
3,545
9.231

26,401
1,659
12,377
12,365
21,411
8,276
3,580
9,555

26,998
1,656
12,634
12,708
21,858
8,457
3,534
9.866

27,481
1,666
12,636
13,180
21,716
8,410
3,573
9,734

28,175
1,901
12,791
13,483
22,019
8,281
3,701
10.037

27,980
2,292
12,918
12,770
23,156
8,592
3,954
10,611

" 1

17 Construction . . , ,
18 Services
19 All other3

7,107
24,519
15,444

7,130
24,773
15,562

7,246
25,340
15,818

7,163
25,424
15,920

7,137
25,591
16,057

7,193
26,482
17,070

45
104
209

159,750

163,400

168,050

167,400

169,675

174,861

476

84,401

86,146

86,136

84,629

83,833

85,117

169

Industry
1 Durable goods manufacturing
2 Nondurable goods manufacturing
...
..
3 Food liquor and tobacco
4 Textiles, apparel and leather
..
.
5 Petroleum refining
6 Chemicals and rubber .
..
7 Other nondurable goods
8 Mining (including crude petroleum and natural gas)

....

..

...

. . . .

..

20 Total domestic loans
2 1 MEMO: Term loans (original maturity- more than one year)
included in domestic loans
July
1 Durable goods manufacturing
2 Nondurable goods manufacturing
...
3 Food liquor, and tobacco
4 Textiles, apparel, and leather .
...
5
Petroleum refining
6 Chemicals and rubber
....
...
7 Other nondurable goods
8 Mining (including crude petroleum and natural gas)

. . . . .

20 Total domestic loans
21 MEMO: Term loans (original maturity more than one year)
included in domestic loans

Adjustment
bank4

17
11
2
2
" 2
4
65
20
45
24
22

22. Gross demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations, 19811
Billions of dollars, estimated daily-average balances for last month of quarter
All weekly reporting banks

All commercial banks
Type of holder

Qi
1 All holders— Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
...
2 Financial business
3 Non financial business
4 Consumer
5 Foreign
...
...
6 Other
. . . .

76



280.8
30.8
144.3
86.7
3.4
15.6

Q2

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

Q3

Q4

Qi

277.5
28.2
148.6
82.1
3.1
15.5

288.9
28.0
154.8
86.6
2.9
16.7

133.2
21.9
69.8
30.6
3.2
7.7

Q2
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

Q3

Q4

131.3
20.7
71.2
28.7
2.9
7.9

137.5
21.0
75.2
30.4
2.8
8.0

23* Commercial paper and bankers dollar acceptances outstanding
A. Commercial paper, seasonally adjusted
Millions of dollars, end of period
Instrument

Feb,

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

85,147

87,710

90,604

93,550

96,171

99,477 101,690 104,338 106,777 107,455 108,903 112,803

Jan.

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1979
1 All issuers
Financial companies1
Dealer-placed paper*
Total
Bank-related
Directly placed paper3
Total
Bank-related

12,907
4,413

13,555
3,969

14,164
3,793

15,079
4,251

15,644
4,141

16,299
3,826

16,893
3,951

17,395
4,062

18,038
4,485

16,219
3,052

16,665
2,958

17,359
2,784

52,479
12,191

54,333
12,166

55,523
12,642

55,867
12,788

58,040
13,800

59,851
15,130

60,441
14,717

61,084
15,817

61,322
15,930

63,210
18,024

64,600
18,339

64,757
17,598

6 Nonfmancial companies4 ..

19,761

19,822

20,917

22,604

22,487

23,327

24,356

25,859

27,417

28,026

27,638

30,687

115,821 116,435 118,579 121,002 120,069 122,245 120,253 121,301 121,567 121,182 123,485

124,524

2
3
4
5

1980
1 All issuers.
Financial companies'
Dealer-placed paper2
Total
Bank-related
Directly placed paper3
Total
Bank-related

17,516
3,034

17,154
3,010

17,911
3,142

18,829
3,467

18,626
3,591

19,021
3,188

18,093
3,198

19,026
3,313

19,167
3,370

18,336
3,442

19,294
3,436

19,790
3,561

65,867
19,257

65,523
19,941

64,553
19,360

66,440
19,166

63,989
18,845

62,793
19,436

63,733
19,239

64,641
19,909

65,305
19,692

66,400
21,146

67,345
21,939

67,854
22,382

6 Nonfmancial companies4 . .

32,438

33,758

36,115

35,733

37,454

40,431

38,427

37,634

37,095

36,446

36,846

36,880

126,594 128,062 130,367 133,069 139,299 144,967 151,077 156,239 163,987 164,026 164,958

165,508

2
3
4
5

1981
1 All issuers
Financial companies'
Dealer-placed paper2
Total
Bank-related
Directly placed paper3
Total
Bank-related

19,916
3,670

20,688
3,742

22,407
4,163

23,225
4,437

25,045
4,800

26,544
4,750

27,496
5,267

28,827
6,037

31,346
6,182

30,081
5,640

30,024
5,735

30,188
6,045

68,819
22,570

68,750
22,331

69,364
21,604

70,429
22,858

71,936
23,880

75,202
24,107

79,411
26,104

80,598
25,153

82,842
26,427

82,822
25,397

82,291
26,225

81,660
26,914

6 Nonfmancial companies4 ..

37,859

38,624

38,596

39,415

42,318

43,221

44,170

46,814

49,799

51,123

52,643

53,660

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

2
3
4
5

B. Bankers dollar acceptances, not seasonally adjusted
Millions of dollars, end of period

1981
Instrument

Jan.
1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Holder
Accepting banks
Own bills
Bills bought
Federal Reserve Banks
Own account
Foreign correspondents .
Others
Basis
Imports into United States .
Exports from United States.
AH other




54,465

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

58,084

60,089

62,320

60,551

63,427

63,721

64,577

65,048

66,072

68,749

69,22*

9,911
8,770
1,141

10,117
8,735
1,382

10,781
9,626
1,155

10,132
909
,4
1,082

11,595
10,207
1,389

10,505
9,437
1,068

9,959
9,214
745

10,022
9,040
982

10,511
9,522
989

11,253
10,268
985

10,857
9,743
1,115

0
1,771
43,323

0
298
1,399
1,372
46,779 48,303

0
1,383
50,156

0
0
1,255
1,272
49,164 50,560

453
1,459
51,303

0
1,451
53,167

0
1,243
53,783

0
1,428
54,133

0
1,408
56,089

0
1,442
56,926

11,903
12,816
29,746

12,976
12,979
32,129

13,634
13,368
35,319

12,775
13,057
34,768

12,996
13,388
37,043

13,059
13,296
37,365

13,313
13,774
37,490

13,992
13,514
37,542

14,699
13,981
37,391

14,851
14,936
38,962

14.765
15,400
39,061

9,371
7,951
1,420

13,292
13,451
33,347

77

24. Prime rate charged by banks on short-term business loans, 19811
Percent per annum
Date of change in effective rate

2.
9.

February

3.
20.

10 .
17 .

17.00
17.50
18.00

June

4.
11 .
19 .
22 .

19.00
19.50
20.00
20.50

September

18.00
17.50

March

July

October

20.50

2.
24.
30.

May

19.50
19.00

Effective date

20.00

April

20.50
20.00

Rate

Effective date

Rate

Effective date

Rate

Effective date
January

18.00

3.

17.50
17.00
16.50-17.00
16.50
16.00

November

15 .
22.

9.
17.
20.
24 .

20.00
19.50

5.

Rate

13.

19.00

October

December

15.75

Averages of daily effective rates
Year

Jan.

18.87

20.16

I

Feb.

19.43

[

Mar.

18.05

|

Apr.

|

17.15

May

June

|

19.61

20.03

July
20.39

|

Aug.

|

20.50

Sept.
20.08

[

Oct.

18.45

[

Nov.

Dec.

16.84

15.75

25. Terms of lending at commercial banks—Based on surveys of loans made, 1981l
Item

Feb. 2-7

May 4-9

Aug. 3-8

Nov. 2-7

16,986
159
2.0
19.91

16,841

2.0
19.99

24,597
165
1.6
21.11

25,467
162
1.7
17.23

20.06
19.30

20.16
19.20

21.16
20.70

16.88
19.50

19.65
20.34
19.83

19.42
19.82
20.14

21.08
21.50
21.06

19.63
19.00
16.73

38.7
43.0
18.1

49.0
52.8
21.6

34.5
50.8
18.5

35.5
48.1
15.9

2,107
19
47.8
19.26

3,634
21
50.6
19.25

3,890
22
54.9
20.62

2,438
27
37.6
18.94

19.48
18,17

19.25
19.25

20.78
19.33

17.99
21.03

19.06
19.72
19.14

19.22
19.38
19.23

19.77
20.98
20.65

19.60
20.60
17.55

73.8
76.9

78.6
77.2

79.2

56.3
54.1

SHORT-TERM COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS
1
2
3
4
5
6

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)2
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum)1
By size of bank
Large banks4
Small banks

By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
1-99
100-999
1,000 and over
Percentage of amount of loans
10 With floating rate
11
Made mader commitment
12 With no stated maturity

1
8
9

164

LONG-TERM COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS
13
14
15
16
17
18

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)2
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum) 3
By size of bank
Large banks4
Small banks

By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
1-99
100-999
1,000 and over
Percentage of amount of loans
22 With floating rate
23 Made under commitment

19
20
21

78




75.1

25. Terms of lending at commercial banks—Based on surveys of loans made, 19811—Continued
Item

Feb. 2-7

May 4-9

Aug. 3-8

Nov. 2-7

1,420
23
9.9
19.46

CONSTRUCTION AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LOANS
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

33
34
35
36
37
38
39

875
14

By size of bank
Large banks4
Small banks
By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
1-99
1(XM99
500 and over
Percentage of amount of loans
With floating rate
Secured by real estate
Made under commitment
With no stated maturity
By type of construction
1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Nonresidential

584
13
10.4
19.40

19.09

1,254
19
8.7
20.26

20.67
17.21

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)2
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum)3

20.17
18.13

21.89
19.30

18.00
20.03

17.84
20.20
20.77

17.69
20.74
19.35

20.04
19.23
21.81

19.97
20.03
18.34

63.9
89.1
74.5
10.7

66.3
93.1
64.8
10.5

44.4
93.4
46.6
13.3

55.3
82.4
38,5
10.2

40.3
15.1
44.7

32.3
13.1
54.7

22.3
24.0
53.7

45.8
5.0
49.2

1,083
61
6.2
17.92

1,419
78
17.88

918
57
5.0
19.57

1,261
64
5.8
18.76

13.2

LOANS TO FARMERS
40
41
42
43

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)2
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum)3

6.8

44
45

By size of bank
Large banks4
Small banks

19.93
17.49

19.54
17.54

20.79
19.09

18.86
18.74

46
47
48

By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
1-24
•.
25-99
100 and over

17.54
17.66
18.44

17,55
17,72
18.23

18.94
19.30
20.27

18.66
18.51
18.99

49
50
51
52
53

By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Other

17.79
17.45
17.91
17.37
18.31

18.44
17.98
17.73
17.61
17.68

19.63
19.88
19.48
18.87
20.11

18.50
18.66
18.88
18.11
18.87




79

26. Interest rates in money and capital markets
A. Annual and monthly averages, 1981
Percent per annum
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

16.38

19.08

15 93

14.70

15.72

18,52

19.10

19.04

17.82

15.87

15.08

13.31

12.37

15 69
15.32
1476

17 73
16.58
15 10

15 81
15.49
14 87

14 15
13.94
13 59

1479
14.56
14.17

17 91
17.56
1666

17 34
16.32
15 22

17.70
17.00
16.09

17.58
17.23
16.62

15 95
16.09
15.93

14.80
14.85
14.72

12.35
12.16
11.%

12 16
12.12
12 14

15.30
14 08
13.73

16.97
14.49
14.09

15.52
1445
14.05

13.78
13.08
12. $9

14.24
13.28
12.94

17.47
15.56
14.97

16.66
14.58
14.13

17.29
15.21
14.47

17.37
15.88
15.32

15.68
15.24
15.01

14.63
14.04
13.%

12.13
11.80
11.72

11.89
11 31
11.24

15 32
14.66

16.62
14.88

15 54
14.89

13.88
13.49

14.65
14.19

17.56
16.26

16.27
15.02

17.10
16.15

17.22
16.56

16.11
15.80

14.78
14.62

12.00
11.84

12.13
12.27

1591
15.91
15.77
16.79

17 99
17.19
15.92
18.07

16 11
16 14
16.00
17.18

14 33
14,43
14.48
15.36

1492
15.08
15.12
15.95

18 16
18.27
17.66
19.06

1755
16.90
16.09
17.86

17.98
17.76
17.40
18.49

17.91
17.%
17.98
18.79

16.31
16.84
17,19
17.80

14.97
15.39
15.71
16.34

12.45
12.48
12.65
13.33

12 27
12.49
13.07
13.24

14.03
13 80
13.14

Item

15.02
14.08
12.62

14.79
1405
12.99

13.36
12 81
12.28

13.69
13.45
12.79

16.30
15 29
14.29

14,73
14.09
13.22

14.95
14.74
13.91

15.51
15.52
14.70

14.70
14.92
14.53

13.54
13.82
13.62

10.86
11.30
11.20

10.85
11.52
11.57

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds
Commercial paper1-2
2 1 -month
3 3-month
4 6-month
. ..
Finance paper, directly placed1' 2
5 1-month
6 3-month
.
7 6-month
Bankers acceptances2* 3
8 3-month
9 6-month
Certificates of deposit,
secondary market*
10 1 -month
1 1 3-month
12 6-month
13 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month5
U.S. Treasury bills2-6
Secondary market
14 3-month
15 6-month
16 1-year
Auction average*
3-month

17

18
19

6-month
1-vear

. .

14 077 14724 14905 13 478 13 635 16295 14557 14.699 15.612 14951 13.873 11.269 10926
13.811 13.883 14 134 12.983 13.434 15.334 13.947 14.402 15.548 15.057 14.013 11.530 11.471
13 159 12 554 12 801 11 481 12.991 14623 13 146 13.735 14.542 15.056 14.580 13.159 11 504

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
Constant maturities1
20 1-year
.

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

2-year 8
2'/2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year

Composite9
29 Over 10 years (long-term)

1478
14.56

14.08
13.26

1457
13.92

13 71
13.57

14.32
14.15

16.20
15.46

14.86
14.51

15.72
15.35

16.72
16.28

16.52
16.46

15.38
15.54

12.41
12.88

12.85
13.29

14.44
14 24
14.06
13.91
13 72
13.44

13.01
12 77
(2.66
12.57
12.29
12,14

13.65
1341
13 28
13.19
1298
12.80

13.51
13 41
13.24
13.12
1294
12.69

14.09
13,99
13.85
13.68
13.46
13.20

15.08
1463
1430
14.10
13.82
13.60

14.29
13.95
13:67
13.47
13.20
12.96

15.15
14.79
14.49
14.28
13.92
13.59

16.00
15.56
15.22
14.94
14.52
14.17

16.22
15.93
15.65
15.32
15.07
14.67

15.50
15.41
15.33
15.15
15.13
14.68

13.11
13.38
13.42
13.39
13.56
13.35

13.66
13.60
13.62
13.72
13.73
13.45

12,87

11.65

12 23

12.15

12.62

1296

12.39

13.05

13.61

14.14

14.13

12.68

12.88

10.43
11.76
11 33

8.98
9.90
966

9.46
10 15
10 10

9.50
10.40
10 16

9.78
10.85
10.62

9.90
11.28
1078

9.86
11,21
1067

10.21
11.55
11.14

11.10
12.78
12.26

11.55
13.60
12.92

12.05
13.34
12.83

10.98
12.69
11.89

11.70
13.30
12.91

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series10
30 Aaa
31 Baa
32 Bond Buyer series"
CORPORATE BONDS
33 Seasoned issues, all industries12 . .
Rating group
34 Aaa
35 Aa
36 A
37 Baa
.

15.06

13.80

14.22

14.26

14.66

15.15

14.76

15.18

15.60

16.16

16.20

15.35

15.38

14 17
1475
15.29
1604

1^81
13 52
13.83
15.03

13 35
13 89
14.27
15 37

13^33
13 90
14.47
15.34

13.88
14.39
14.82
15.56

14 32
1488
15.43
15.95

13.75
14.41
15.08
15.80

14.38
14.79
15.36
16.17

14.89
15.42
15.76
16.34

15.49
15.95
16.36
16.92

15.40
15.82
16.47
17.11

14.22
14.97
15.82
16.39

14.23
1500
15.75
16.55

Aaa utility bonds13
New issue
Recently offered issue'4

15.56
15 56

14.12
14 17

14.90
1458

14.71
1441

15.68
15 48

15.81
15 48

14.76
1481

16.30
15.73

16.82

17.21
1733

16.94
17.24

15.56
15.49

15.20
15 18

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio15
40 Preferred stocks
41 Common stocks

12 36
5 20

11 55
480

11 83
5 00

11 81
488

11.81
4 86

12 30
498

12 23
503

12.43
5 18

12.63
5.16

13.01
5 69

13.09
565

12.76
5.54

12 83
5 57

38
39

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26. Interest rates in money and capital markets—Continued
B. Weekly averages, 1981
Percent per annum
Week ending
ft/>m

Feb. 13 Feb. 20 Feb. 27

Mar. 6

Mar. 13

16.51

15.81

14.96

15.73

15.53

16.47
15.85
14.90

16.34
16.02
15.20

15.81
15.54
15.02

14.72
14,68
14.45

15.48
15.23
14.82

14.59
14.42
13.99

16.71
14.80
14.24

16.17
14.67
14.14

16.15
14.77
14.27

15.64
14.69
14.31

14.29
13.80
13.60

15.08
14.03
13.78

14.49
13.67
13.43

17.30
15.21

16.32
14.91

15.86
14.88

16.18
15.28

15.40
14.95

14.83
14.55

15.17
14.77

14.25
13.83

18.44
17.42
15.92
18.06

18.54
17.82
16.34
18.60

17.43
17.03
15.92
18.56

16,63
16.38
15.81
17.23

16.79
16.71
16.43
17.16

16.23
16.31
16.33
18.11

14.%
15.31
15.59
16.59

15.58
15.74
15.84
16.74

14.90
14.92
14.91
16.31

14.31
13.69
12.26

15.19
14.06
12.50

15.65
14.59
13.03

15.01
14.01
12.68

14,90
13.92
12.84

15.51
14.63
13.31

14.68
14.00
12,98

14.19
13.76
12.89

14.44
14.00
13.07

13.79
13.10
12.46

13.908
13.411
12.074

13,601
13.182

15.318
14.228

15.595
14,471

15.199
14.121
13.033

14.657
13.735

15.397
14.430

15.464
14.760

14.103
13.611
12.801

14.463
14.133

13.9%
13.427

13.86
13.00
12.75
12.81
12.54
12.43
12.36
12.05
11.95

13.68
12.85

14.52
13.69

lV.53
13.32
13.24
13.16
12.97
12.77

14.50
14.02
14.00
13.80
13.63
13.45
13.32
13.10
12.89

14.69
14.16

13.41
13.13
13.00
12.95
12.72
12.60

14.92
14.22
13.95
13.86
13.59
13.45
13.39
13,15
12.99

14.50
13.81

lV.32
13.01
12.85
12.72
12.48
12.31

14.24
13.39
13.25
13.13
12,89
12.78
12.74
12,48
12.32

14.41
13.67

12'.72
12.53
12.40
12.31
11.98
11.85

13.91
13.15
13.10
12.91
12.69
12.62
12.53
12.27
12.12

13.76
13.56
13.43
13.21
12.99

13.92
13.70
13.55
13.55
13.33
13.14
13.04
12.87
12.62

11.49

11.39

11.62

11.79

11.80

12.02

12,41

12.21

12.32

12.42

12.07

9.00
10.20
9.76

8.80
9.90
9.49

8.80
9.90
9.57

9.00
9.90
9.68

9.30
9.90
9.91

9.30
10.00
9,90

9.40
10.20
9.99

9.50
10.20
10.22

9.65
10.20
10.27

9.80
10.40
10.40

9.80
10.40
10.34

13.82

13.65

13.74

13.88

13.93

14.05

14.23

14.33

14.30

14.44

14,27

12.83
13.54
13.82
15.09

12.59
13.34
13.72
14.93

12.76
13.51
13.72
14.96

12.91
13.60
13.90
15.08

12.98
13.62
13.97
15.15

13.07
13.69
14.12
15.32

13.41
13.87
14.22
15,41

13.51
14.04
14.40
15.36

13.45
14.00
14.35
15.39

13.65
14.15
14.51
15.49

13.31
13.92
14.45
15.40

Aaa utility bonds13
New issue
Recently offered issue

14.15

14.05
14.10

14.07
14.17

14.29
14.33

14.06
14.08

14.30

14.58

14.57

14.90
14.85

14.55
14.53

14.42
14.18

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio15
40 Preferred stocks
41 Common stocks

12.09
4.67

11.55
4.70

11.47
4.76

11.53
4.83

11.64
4.89

11.77
4.97

11.84
5.00

11.92
5.00

11.78
5.02

11.86
4,94

11.85
4.99

Jan. 2

Jan. 9

Jan. 16

Jan. 23

Jan. 30

Feb. 6

18.45

20.06

19.64

19.35

18.12

17.19

17.89
16.34
15.05

17.45
15.87
14.66

18.23
16.95
15.35

18.16
17.23
15.40

17.07
16.38
15.02

16.66
14.63
14.53

16.70
14.03
13.81

17.11
14.33
13.94

17.43
14.80
14.31

16.21
14.63

15.96
14.50

17.01
14.94

17.87
16.99
15.76
17.79

17.67
16.55
15.50
17.06

14.31
13.73
12.38

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal hinds16
Commercial paper1' 2
2
1-month
3 3-month
. . .
4 6-month
Finance paper, directly placed1- 2
5
1 -month
6
3-month
7 6-month
Bankers acceptances2' 3
8
3-month
9 6-month
Certificates of deposit*
secondary market4
10
1-month
11
3-month
12 6-month
13 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month17
U.S. Treasury bills2-6
Secondary market
i4
3-month
15 6-month
16
1-year
17
18
19

Auction average
3-month
6-month
1-year
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Constant maturities7
1-year
.
2-year
21/2-year8 . . ,
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year

Composite9
29 Over 10 years (long-term)

13.95

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series10
30 Aaa
31
Baa
32 Bond Buyer series"
CORPORATE BONDS
33 Seasoned issues, all industries12 . . .
Rating group
34
Aaa
35
Aa
36 A
. . .
37 Baa
38
39




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26. Interest rates in money and capital markets—Continued
B. Weekly averages, 1981—Continued
Percent per annum
Week ending
Item

Mar. 20 Mar, 27

Apr. 3

Apr. 10 Apr. 17 Apr. 24

May 1

May 8 | May 15 | May 22 | May 29

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds16
Commercial paper1-2
2
1 -month
3 3-month
4 6-month
Finance paper, directly placed1* 2
5
1-month
6 3-month
7 6-month
...
Bankers acceptances2* 3
8 3- month
9 6-month
Certificates of deposit,4
secondary market
10 1-month
1 1 3-month
12 6-month
...
13 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month17

14.13

13.48

14.93

15.43

15.33

15.55

16.28

18.91

18.21

18.89

18.71

13.23
13.06
12.76

13.39
13.24
13.02

13.82
13.32
12.93

14.68
14.39
13.95

14.92
14.81
14.44

14.97
14.85
14.50

15.70
15.39
14.94

18.08
17.70
16.%

18.40
18.10
17.21

18.07
17.75
16.70

17.13
16.77
15.79

12.71
12.56
12.42

12.81
12.29
12.17

13,39
12,50
12.25

14.01
12.83
12.56

14.44
13.45
13,05

14.53
13.63
13.13

15.06
13.89
13.63

17.53
15,40
14.73

18.03
15.87
15.25

17.72
15.82
15.22

16.78
15.42
14.90

13.02
12.62

13.38
13.04

13.26
12.84

14.52
13.99

14.83
14.35

14.84
14.48

15.49
14.93

17.78
16.60

18.12
16.80

17.83
16.27

16.68
15.41

13.46
13.53
13.52
14,94

13.58
13.82
13.97
14.31

13.74
13.65
13.61
14.78

14.80
14.89
14.86
14.%

15.15
15.38
15.39
16.16

15.19
15.37
15.50
16.44

15.73
15.95
16.03
16.38

18.31
18.36
18.05
18.39

18.65
18.80
18.29
19.56

18.38
18.51
17.58
19.08

17.44
17.57
16.70
19.16

12.63
11.92
11.69

12.91
12.51
12.09

12.60
12,18
11,86

13.67
13.36
12.53

13.66
13.50
12.80

13.74
13,72
13.05

14.52
14.09
13.41

16.44
15.50
14.44

16.75
15.68
14.68

16.61
15.52
14.42

15.61
14.55
13.67

12.758
12.096

12.695
12.274
11.481

12.501
12.078

14.147
13.783

13.783
13.646

13.553
13.621
12.991

14.190
14.042

15.%3
15.104

16.433
15.531

16.034
15.025
14.623

16.750
15.675

12.%
12.99

13.20
13.33

15.36
14.88
14.52
14.32
14.01
13.81

16.44
15.50
15.25
15.05
14.54
14.14
13.92
13.64
13.42

15.44
14.86

14.57
14.36
14.17
14.01
13.75
13.50

16.36
15.70
15.55
15.35
14.94
14.64
14.46
14.15
13.93

16.63
15.79

14.07
14.01
13.89
13.70
13.52
13.24

14.70
14.45
14.45
14.33
14.14
13.96
13.78
13.51
13.25

15.11
14.72

13.40
13.46
13.36
13.23
13.05
12.77

13.98
13.90
13 90
13.89
13.84
13.73
13.56
13.38
13.12

14.27
14.10

13.06
12.98
12.83
12.71
12.54
12.29

13.51
13.54
13.55
13.57
13.55
13.42
13.27
13.11
12.83

14,55
14.09
13.81
13.61
13.39
13.16

11.77

12.29

12.25

12.56

12.66

12.65

12.89

13.28

13.13

12,80

12.56

9.20
10.40
9.81

9.20
10.40
10.09

9.50
10.60
10.21

9.80
10.80
10.45

9.80
10.80
10.70

10.00
11.20
10.80

10.00
11.40
10.94

10.00
11.40
10.90

9.80
11.20
10.83

9.70
11.20
10.73

10.00
11.20
10.64

14.08

14.25

14.29

14.50

14.67

14.81

14.99

15,23

15.23

15.12

14.99

13.06
13.70
14.34
15.20

13.32
13.85
14.54
15.27

13.41
13.90
14.58
15.25

13.72
14.22
14.65
15.42

13.89
14.38
14,82
15.61

14.02
14.59
14.94
15.71

14.26
14.79
15.08
15.80

14.50
15.03
15.43
15.94

14.53
14.89
15.54
15.%

14.18
14.82
15.46
16.01

14.00
14.73
15.31
15.90

Aaa utility bonds13
New issue
Recently offered issue

13.98

15.07
14.71

14.87
14.89

15*. 19

15.36

15.85
15.78

16.12
16.26

15.94
15.62

15.80
15.63

15.54
15,29

14.97

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio15
40 Preferred stocks
41 Common stocks

11.75
4,84

11.78
4.75

11.78
4.77

11.90
4.86

11.69
4.86

11.82
4.87

11.88
4.92

12.22
5.02

12.44
5.01

12.27
4.97

12.25
4.92

U.S. Treasury bills 2 - 6
Secondary market
14 3-month
..
15 6-month
16 1-year
17
18
19

Auction average
3-month
6-month
1-year
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Constant maturities1
1-year
2-year 8
2«/2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year .
.
20-year
30-year .
.

Composite9
29 Over 10 years (long-term)
STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody 's series10
30 Aaa . .
31 Baa
32 Bond Buyer series11
CORPORATE BONDS
33 Seasoned issues, all industries12 . . .
Rating group
34 Aaa
35 Aa
36 A
37 Baa
38
39

82



26. Interest rates in money and capital markets—Continued
B. Weekly averages, 1981—Continued
Percent per annum
Week ending

Item
June5

June 12 | June 19 June 26

July 3

July 10

July 17

July 24

July 31

Aug. 7

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds16
. . . .
Commercial paper1- 2
2
1 -month
3
3-month
,
4
6-month
Finance paper, directly placed1- z
5
1-month
6 3-month
7
6-month
, Bankers acceptances2- 3
8
3-month
9 6-month
.
Certificates of deposit,
secondary market4
10
1-month
1 1 3-month
...
12 6-month
13 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month17 . . . .

18.40

19.33

19.10

19.20

18.84

19.93

18.76

19,05

18.54

18.25

17.81
16.90
15.72

17.41
16.24
15.12

17.32
15.99
14.90

17.03
16.24
15.12

17.29
16.35
15.46

18.07
16,97
15.79

17.39
16.78
15.82

17.94
17.39
16.64

17.36
17.02
16.28

17.89
17.37
16.70

17.27
15.13
14.65

16.90
14.87
14.37

16.21
14.25
13.85

16.36
14.21
13.79

16.78
14.21
13.79

17.51
14.65
14.09

17.09
15.38
14.38

17.53
15.52
14.65

17.08
15.68
15.03

17.62
15.73
15.14

16.71
15.33

16.10
14.78

16.09
14.89

16.21
15.04

16.53
15.46

16.97
15.89

16.80
15.77

17.49
16.65

17.20
16.45

17.33
16.59

17.78
17.37
16.49
17.98

17.61
16.72
15.88
18.04

17.48
16.60
15.79
17.35

17.49
16.97
16.21
18.00

17.43
17.10
16.42
18.01

18.17
17.68
17.12
18.19

17.72
17.47
17.00
18.30

18.26
18.18
17.98
18.66

17.85
17.82
17.73
18.91

18.02
18.04
17.99
18,84

15.69
14.62
13.53

14.79
13.99
13.15

14.31
13.86
13.03

14.39
13.98
13.20

14.34
14.04
13.30

14.82
14.45
13.58

14.56
14.39
13.56

15.50
15.30
14.40

15.07
15.00
14.25

15.43
15.40
14.63

15,456
14.491

14.982
14.000

13.451
13.356
13 146

14.337
13.939

13.909
13.621

14.400
14.050

14.558
14.230
13.735

15.563
15.318

15.065
14.790

15.674
15.571

15.22
14.65
14.50
14.42
14.06
13.72
13.53
13.28
13.08

14.73
14.37

14,86
14.61

15.61*
15.17
14.79
14.56
14.16
13.81

16.13
15.77
15.80
15.55
15.13
14.80
14.59
15.23
13.87

16.56
16.09

14.76
14.48
14.22
14.00
13.66
13.35

15.34
15.02
15.15
14.86
14.53
14.27
14.08
13.73
13.40

16.36
15.88

lV.39
14.05
13.76
13.61
13.32
13.05

14.94
14.74
14.65
14.58
14.28
14.10
13.88
13.61
13.31

15.27
14.93

14.16
13.83
13.56
13.34
13.06
12.85

14,67
14.36
14.35
14.15
13.81
13.49
13.29
13.01
12.76

12.48

12.30

12.18

12.48

12.76

12.85

12.84

13.28

13.30

13.58

10.00
11.20
10.59

9.75
11.20
10.63

9.75
11.20
10.73

9,95
11.25
10.74

9,80
11.25
10.85

10.15
11.40
10.97

10.30
11.70
11.09

10.30
11.70
11.34

10.50
11.70
11.44

11.10
12.50
11.63

14.86

14.78

14.65

14.72

14.91

15.01

15.09

15.33

15.35

15.53

13.84
14.65
15.18
15.78

13.73
14.47
15.14
15.76

13.61
14.21
15.02
15.75

13.77
14.28
15.00
15.84

14.04
14.51
15.11
15.97

14.19
14.59
15.22
16.05

14.25
14.70
15.27 16.15

14.55
14.99
15.49
16.30

14.61
14.99
15.55
16.25

14.82
15,35
15.62
16.31

Aaa utility bonds13
New issue
Recently offered issue

14.93
15.03

15.01
14.74

14.35
14.59

14.80

14.94

15.04

15.72
15.67

16.41
16.05

16.78
16.55

I6*.68

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio15
40 Preferred stocks
41 Common stocks

12.29
5.08

12.36
5.03

12.11
4.98

12.17
5.02

12.32
5.13

12.42
5.20

12.31
5.12

12.55
5.26

12.57
5,17

12.52
5.06

U.S. Treasury bills 2 - 6
Secondary market
14
3-month
15 6-month
.
16
1-year ;
17
18
19

Auction average
3-month
6-month
.
1-year

....

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
Constant maturities1
20 1-year
21 2-year
22 21/2-year8
23 3-year
24 5-year
25 7-year
26 10-year
27 20-year
2 8 30-year .
.

.

.

.

15'.88
15.45
15.15
14.90
14.51
14.14

9

Composite
29 Over 10 years (long-term)
STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody *s series10
30 Aaa
31
Baa
32 Bond Buyer series11
CORPORATE BONDS
33 Seasoned issues, all industries12 . . .
Rating group
34 Aaa
35 Aa
36 A
37
Baa
38
39




83

26. Interest rates in money and capital markets—Continued
B. Weekly averages, 1981—Continued
Percent per annum
Week ending

Item

Aug. 14

Aug. 21

Aug.28

Sept. 4

Sept. 11

Sept. 18 1 Sept. 25 ( Oct. 2

Oct. 9 | Oct. 16

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds16 1 2
Commercial paper '
2 1-month
3 3-month
4 6-month
...
Finance paper, directly placed '• 2
5 1 -month
6 3-month
7 6-month
Bankers acceptances2* 3
8 3-month
9 6-month
Certificates of deposit,
secondary marker*
10 1 -month
1 1 3-month
12 6-month
13 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month17

18.29

18.19

17.41

16.89

16.50

16,09

15.33

15.00

15.46

14.93

17.59
17.16
16.46

17.74
17.37
16.72

17.32
17.16
16.67

17.06
16.94
16.57

16.91
16.82
16.50

15.86
15.84
15.65

14.88
15.32
15.29

15.36
15.75
15.83

14.74
14.95
14.82

14.55
14.54
14.42

17.32
15.83
15.20

17.58
15.95
15.32

17.09
15.99
15.59

16.99
15.96
15.56

16,73
15.97
15.55

15.56
15.20
14.94

14.51
14.57
14.53

14.%
14.56
14.50

14.52
14.34
14.31

14.37
13.73
13.73

17.17
16.42

17.28
16,57

17.17
16.67

17.02
16.51

16,71
16.29

15.84
15.48

15.39
15.24

15.79
15.70

14.86
14.71

14.49
14.38

17.93
17.88
17.80
18.78

18.02
18.03
18.07
18.73

17.84
18.02
18.16
18.84

17.36
17.74
17.90
18.55

17.27
17.61
17.87
18.48

16.31
16.57
16.86
17.81

15,32
16.01
16.48
17.09

15.43
16.48
16.95
17.61

15.02
15.50
15.81
17.03

14.76
15.02
1S.36
15.96

15.25
15.28
14.43

15.63
15.58
14.70

15.71
15.76
14.99

15.59
15.72
15.05

15.14
15.38
14.80

14.35
14.51
14.21

14.29
14.43
14.16

14.37
14.72
14.54

13.81
13.98
13.71

13.41
13.64
13.42

15.235
15.122
14.542

15.705
15.644

15.832
15.854

15.583
15.646

15.611
15.795
15.056

14.412
14.657

14.198
14.129

14.669
14.932

14.206
14.218
14.580

13.526
13.500

Constant maturities1
1-year .
...
2-year
2'/2-year8
3-year
5-year .
7-year
10-year .
...
20-year
30-year .

16.45
15.97
15.90
15.67
15.13
14.83
14.61
14.14
13.83

16.74
16.28

17.15
16.82

16.36
16.11
15.95
15.68
15.55
15.07

15.53
15.69
15.65
15.59
15.39
15.31
15.02
14.98
14.49

15.14
15.34

15.97
15.70
15.39
15.05
14,76
14.37

16.05
16.13
16.20
15.98
15.73
15.52
15.21
14.93
14.56

16.52
16.55

16.47
16.13
15.76
15.44
15.16
14.77

16.93
16.77
16.55
16.42
16.07
15.72
15.37
15.12
14.72

16.13
16.14

15*98
15.51
15.13
14.83
14.34
14.00

17.07
16.71
16.50
16.39
16.04
15,69
15.32
14.99
14.57

15.21
15.14
15.08
14.88
14.92
14.45

Composite9
29 Over 10 years (long-term)

13.25

13.46

14.02

14.20

14.18

13.85

14.04

14.59

13.99

13.91

11.10
12.50
11.94

11.10
12.60
12.49

11.10
13.50
12.97

11.10
13.50
13.10

11.80
13.70
13.21

11.80
13.70
12.79

11.50
13.50
12.57

11.80
13.50
12.93

11.80
13.40
12.73

11.80
13.25
12.53

15.42

15.51

15.87

16.08

16.23

16.06

16.09

16.57

16.22

15.98

14.62
15.25
15.59
16.21

14.78
15.32
15.69
16.25

15,21
15.65
16.07
16.54

15.50
15.81
16.25
16.77

15.61
15.98
16.40
16.96

15.30
15.77
16.29
16.88

15.35
15.89
16.23
16.87

15.85
16.47
16.70
17.25

15.40
15.93
16.46
17.09

15.18
15.45
16.30
16.99

16.63

16.80

17.15

17.55
17.50

17.62
17.52

16.87
16.92

16.79
17.18

17.72

14.94
16.%

17.21

12.43
5.03

12.63
5.15

12.94
5.38

12.92
5.44

13.09
5.68

12.91
5.67

13.07
5.83

13.06
5.81

13.25
5.57

12.92
5.64

U.S. Treasury bills2-6
Secondary market
14 3-month
15 6-month
16 1-year
17
18
19

Auction average
3-month
6-month
1-year
...
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series10
30 Aaa
31 Baa
32 Bond Buyer series11
CORPORATE BONDS
33 Seasoned issues, all industries12 . . .
Rating group
34 Aaa
35 Aa .
....
36 A
37 Baa
38
39

Aaa utility bonds13
New issue
Recently offered issue
15

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio
40 Preferred stocks
41 Common stocks

84



26. Interest rates in money and capital markets—Continued
B. Weekly averages, 1981—Continued
Percent per annum
Week ending
Item

Oct. 23 Oct. 30

Nov. 6 |NOV. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Dec. 4

Dec. 11 Dec. 18 Dec. 25

Jan. 1

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds16
Commercial paper1- 2
2
1 -month
3 3-month
4 6-month
Finance paper, directly placed1* 2
5
1-month
6 3-month
7 6-month
Bankers acceptances2' 3
8 3-month . . ,
9 6-month
Certificates of deposit,
secondary market4
10 1-month
11 3-month
12 6-month
13 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month17 . . . .

15,32

14.87

14.79

14.01

13.17

12.42

12.48

12.04

12.26

12.43

12.54

14.85
14.77
14.62

14.56
14.60
14.47

13.92
13.71
13.50

12.73
12.50
12.19

11.89
11.65
11.45

11.26
11.15
11.04

11.48
11.38
11,30

11.70
11.61
11.60

12.39
12.33
12.34

12.64
12.65
12.71

12.59
12.66
12.78

14.78
13.94
13.79

14,45
13,84
13.74

13.82
13.18
13.05

12.44
12.06
11.98

11.59
11.37
11.29

11.10
10.95
10.90

11.09
10.86
10.84

11.49
10.80
10.81

12.15
11.29
11.26

12.51
11.76
11.56

12.22
12.00
11.82

14.75
14.52

14.53
14.39

13.50
13.28

12.29
12.03

11.47
11.29

11.10
11.08

11.31
11.47

11.66
11.78

12.26
12.30

12.80
12.91

12.63
12.90

14.99
15.28
15.59
16.16

14.76
15.14
15.49
16.35

14.02
14.13
14.27
15.49

12.84
12.77
12.85
14.25

11.96
11.97
12.09
13.09

11.45
11.51
11.78
12,35

11.55
11.62
12.13
12.16

11.82
11.96
12.46
12.48

12.49
12.68
13.15
13.38

12.80
13.15
13.83
13.65

12.64
13.03
13.80
13.98

13.37
13.82
13.60

13.14
13.43
13.36

12.21
12.54
12.35

10.93
11.44
11.29

10,31
10.82
10.78

10.23
10.65
10.63

10.39
10.83
10.85

10.47
11.06
11.13

10.94
11.51
11.53

11.14
12.03
12.16

11.35
12.25
12.23

13.613
13.795

13,352
13.619

12.695
12.721
13.159

11.128
11.510

10.693
10.972

10.560
10.915

10.400
10.701
10.506

10.404
10.772

11.101
11.595

11.037
11.838

11.690
12.448
12.501

15,34
15,50
15.55
15.50
15.45
15.37
15.21
15.18
14.77

15.02
15.24

12.51
13.00

B.46
13.47
13.51
13.66
13.66
13.40

12.79
13.22
13.45
13,56
13.44
13.47
13.58
13.58
13.35

13.56
13.86

12'.67
12.81
12.97
13.12
13.12
13.00

12.00
12.61
12.95
13.06
13.03
13.10
13.32
13.32
13.05

12.32
12.92

13.07
13.43
13.41
13.29
13.61
13.40

11.88
12.40
12.55
12.72
13.12
13.17
13.09
13.29
13.12

11.70
12.22

15.34
15.36
15.33
15,25
15.27
14.87

13.83
14.15
13.95
14.17
14.36
14.34
14.22
14.41
14.07

lV.15
14.03
13.99
14.00
14.00
13.70

13.68
13.88
14.00
14.09
14.04
14.04
14.07
14.11
13.78

14.17

14.27

13.39

12.78

12.41

12.32

12,41

12.81

12.78

13.12

13.26

12.00
13.20
12.99

12.60
13,50
12.99

12,00
13.25
12.44

10.50
12.50
11.43

10.70
12.50
11.71

10.70
12.50
11.98

10.70
12.50
12.18

11.95
13.00
12.89

11.95
13.50
13.00

11.95
13.50
13.17

11.95
14.00
13.30

16.15

16.31

15.89

15.38

15.10

15.04

15.05

15.25

15.37

15.56

15.69

15.36
15.69
16.47
17.09

15.51
15.95
16.60
17.19

14.88
15.53
16.29
16.87

14.18
15.04
15,91
16.41

13.92
14.71
15.56
16.20

13.92
14.61
15.54
16,08

13.99
14.57
15.50
16.15

14.16
14.78
15.65
16.42

14.11
15.05
15.75
16.55

14.36
15.26
15.86
16.75

14.50
15.38
16.00
16.86

Aaa utility bonds13
New issue
Recently offered issue

17.38

17.16

17 20
16.88

15.89

14.63
14.65

14.85
14.52

14.%
14.77

15.44
15.18

15.26

15.49

15.65

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio15
40 Preferred stocks
41 Common stocks

13,12
5.66

13.06
5.72

13.09
5.45

12.81
5.54

12.54
5.66

12.59
5.50

12.71
5.47

12.60
5.45

12.43
5.62

13.13
5.64

13.30
5.65

U.S. Treasury bills2- 6
Secondary market
14 3-month
15 6-month
16 1-year
17
18
19

Auction average
3-month
6-month . .
1-year
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Constant maturities1
1-year
2-year 8
21/2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year . . .
30-year

...

Composite9
29 Over 10 years (long-term)
STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series10
30 Aaa
31 Baa
32 Bond Buyer series11
CORPORATE BONDS
33 Seasoned issues, all industries12 . . .
Rating group
34 Aaa
35 Aa
36 A
37 Baa
38
39




85

27. Stock market—Selected statistics, 1981
A. Stock prices and trading
Averages of daily figures
Series

1
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
9
10

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

7402
85 44
7261
38 90
73.52

Common stock prices
New York Stock Exchange
(Dec. 31, 1965 = 50)
Total
Industrial
Transportation
Utility
Finance

76 24
89 23
74 43
38 53
7004

73 52
85 74
72 76
37 59
68 48

76 46
89 39
77 09
37 82
72 82

77 60
90 57
80 63
38 34
74 59

76 28
88 78
76 78
38 27
7465

76 80
88 63
76 71
39 23
79 79

74 98
8664
74 42
38 90
7497

75 24
86 72
73 27
40 22
73 76

68 37
7807
63 67
38 17
69 38

69 40
78 93
65 65
38 87
72 56

71 49
80 86
67 68
40 73
76 47

71 81
81 70
68 27
40 22
74 74

Standard & Poor's Corporation
(1941-43) = 10)
Total
12805 132 97 128 40 133 19 134 43 131 73 132 28 129 13 129 63 118 27 119 80 122 92 123 79
Industrial
14425 151 06 145 70 151 03 152 29 14906 148 70 145 39 145 95 132 67 133 98 136 76 138 35
Public utility
51 87 5201 49 81 50 36 5096 50 37 52 15 52 28 5406 51 01 51 41 54 52 S3 S^
Transportation (1970 = 10) . . . 23.26 24,25 23.64 25.02 25.88 24.48 24.12 23.55 22,99 20,03 21.01 21.92 22.21
Financial (1970 = 10)
14.44 13.57 13.41 14.30 14.44 14.55 15.80 14.67 14.46 13.73 1440 15.M 14 7fi

11 American Stock Exchange
(Aug, 31, 1973 = 100), total.

343.58 344.21 338.28 347.07 363.09 365.52 369.64 364.33 364.60 313.60 308.81 321.01 322.65

Volume of trading
(thousands of shares)
12 New York Stock Exchange
13 American Stock Exchange .

46,967 45,501 42,970 53,389 53,498 45,278 50,047 43,362 43,838 46,042 45,287 50,791 43,598
5,346 6,024 4,816 5,682 6,339 5,650 6,096 4,373 5,137 5,556 4,233 5,257 4,992

B. Customer financing
End-of-period balances, millions of dollars
Series

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Regulated margin credit at
brokers-dealers1

14,242 14,171 14,243 14,869 14,950 15,136 15,153 14,585 14,023 13,926 14,124 14,411

2
3
4

14020 13 950 14020
221
222
220
1
1

Margin stocks^
Convertible bonds
Subscription issues

MEMO: Free credit balances
at brokers3
5 Margin accounts
6 Cash accounts

...

2,065
5 655

14 630 14700 14,880 14,890 14,310 13,760
274
262
263
250
254
238
#
1
1
1
1
2

2,670
6,470

2,645
6,640

2,940
6,555

2,990
6,100

3,290
6,865

3,515
7,150

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

250
29.0
21.0
11 0
7.0
7.0

25.0
29.0
22.0
11.0
7.0
6.0

38.0
24.0
15.0
10.0
6.0
6.0

47.0
22.0
13.0
8.0
5.0
5.0

2,340
6 530

2,270
6440

2,350
6 150

2,350
6,650

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

21 0
27.0
24.0
12 0
8.0
8.0

21 0
25.0
25.0
13 0
8.0
8.0

2,225
5 700

13,660 13,860 14,150
263
259
261
2
3
3

C. Margin-account debt at brokers
Percentage distribution, end of period

Jan.

Series

100.0

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

By equity clas^
Less than 40 percent
40-49
50-59
60-69
70-79
80 percent or more

86



....

200
30.0
22.0
13 0
8.0
7.0

200
31.0
21.0
13 0
8.0
70

160
28.0
260
14 0
9.0
80

32.0
28.0
18.0
10.0
6.0
6.0

300
25.0
21.0
1 1.0
6.0
7.0

37.0
24.0
17.0
10.0
6.0
6.0

27. Stock market—Selected statistics, 1981—Continued
D. Special miscellaneous-account balances at brokers5
End of period

Jan.

Item
1 Total balances
(millions of dollars)

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

Aug.

July

June

May

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

21,690 21,860 22,550 22,750 23,460 23,770 24,460 24,760 25,230 24,960 25,410 25,870

Distribution by equity status
(percent)
2 Net credit status
Debit status, by equity
3 60 percent or more
4 Less than 60 percent

47.0
44 0
9.0

49.0
43 0
8.0

51.0

49.0

41.0
8.0

42.0
9.0

50.0

53.0

54.0

54.0

55.0

55.0

57.0

58.0

38.0
8.0

38.0
8.0

37.0
9.0

33.0
12.0

35.0
10.0

330
10.0

31 0
11.0

41.0
9.0

28. Selected assets and liabilities of savings institutions
A. Savings and loan associations
Millions of dollars, end of period
Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

19!30

1 Assets

581,950 585,443 589,297 590,930 593,171 594,662 596,919 603,711 609,837 618,441 624,719 630,712

2 Mortgages

476,334 447,187 478,981 480,078 479 993 48 1 ,093 482,925 487,181 492,129 496,785 500 308 503 192

3 Cash and investment
securities'
4 Other . . .
5 Liabilities and net worth
6
7
8
9
10
11

Savings capital
Borrowed money
FHLBB
Other
Loans in process
Other

48,302
57 313

50,024
58 232

50,790
59 526

50,491
60 361

52,613
60 565

52,585
60 984

52,372
61 622

53,573
62 957

53,702
64006

56,442
65 214

57,628
66 783

57,928
69 592

581,950 585,443 589,297 590,930 593,171 594,662 596,919 603,711 609,837 618,441 624,719 630,712
472,098 473,743 478,207 478,538 481,599 486,956 489,210 491,758 497,438 501,372 503,917 511,636
55,097 55,141 57,217 57,285 55,239 54,844 53,517 55,460 58,489 60,806 62,154 64,586
40 364 40 337 42 413 42 724 41 529 40613 39 882 41 005 42 547 44 325 45 505 47 045
14,733 14,804 14,804 14,561 13,710 14,231 13,635 14,455 15,942 16,481 16,649 17,541
8,806
8,767
8,640
7,721
8,231
8,146
7,180
7,025
7,105
8,338
7,531
8,838
13 201 15 312 12 587 14 178 16 153 12 907 14 293 16 188 12 779" 14 585 16 580 12 394

12 Net worth2

32,748

32,909

33,140

33,208

33,000

32,930

32,794

32,774

32,900

33,038

33,230

33,329

13 MEMO: Mortgage loan
commitments
outstanding*1 . .

15 560

16 744

15 843

14 195

13 931

15 368

18 020

20 278

20 311

19 077

17 979

16 102

1981

1 Assets .

632,121 635,319 637,789 639,770 645,586 647,704 649,807 653,022 655,658 659,073 660,326 663,844

2 Mortgages

504 454 505 701 507 556 509 942 512 183 515 256 5 1 6 990 518 172 518 778 519 248 519 146 518 350

3 Cash and investment
securities'
4 Other
5 Liabilities and net worth .
6
7
8
9
10
11

Savings capital
Borrowed money
FHLBB
Other
Loans in process . .
Other

57,815
69 852

58,767
70 851

58,827
71 406

57,242
72 586

59,418
73 985

57.980
74 468

57,817
75 000

58,932
75 918

59,530
77 350

61,517
78 308

61,369
79 811

62,756
82 738

632,121 635,319 637,789 639,770 645,586 647,704 649,807 653,022 655,658 659,073 660,326 663,844
513,637 515,956 519,721 516,782 518,351 518,359 514,805 513,438 515,649 519,288 519,777 524,374
63,024 62,350 64,295 67,818 70,153 74,875 79,344 83,456 87,477 86,108 86,255 89,097
46 629 46 360 47 316 49 607 51 064 53 836 57 188 60025 61 857 62 000 61 922 62 794
16,395 15,990 16,979 18,211 19,089 21,039 22,156 23,431 25,620 24,108 24,333 26.303
6,757
7 733
7 973
7 741
6451
7,354
8 099
6 369
7,040
7 810
7 816
7 985
14.233 16.214 13.389 15.085 17.243 14.933 16.556 18.275 15.307 17.506 19.101 15.612

12 Net worth2

33,128

32,989

32,651

32,269

31,866

31,552

31,001

30,499

30,185

29,414

28,742

28,392

13 MEMO; Mortgage loan
commitments
outstanding3

15,977

16,286

17,387

18,573

18,761

18,037

17,235

16,689

16,012

15,733

15,758

15,225




87

28. Selected assets and liabilities of savings institutions—Continued
B. Mutual savings banks1
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Account

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1981
1 Assets
Loans
2
Mortgage
3 Other
Securities
4
U S government*
5
State and local government
6
Corporate and other3 . . .
7 Cash
8 Other assets

171,891 172,349 173,232 172,837 173,776 174,387 174,578 174,761 175,234 175,693 175,258 175,612

9 Liabilities ,

171,891 172,349 173,232 172,837 173,776 174,387 174,578 174,761 175,234 175,693 175.258 175,612

....

10 Deposits
11
Regular4
12
Ordinary savings . . . .
13
Time and other
14 Other
15 Other liabilities
16 General reserve accounts . .
17 MEMO: Mortgage loan
commitments
outstanding^

99 816
12 199

99 739
12 598

99 719
13,248

99 798
12,756

99 790
13,375

9000

9032

9 203

9 262

9296

2,378
39,256
4,133
5,107

2,376
39,223
4 205
5,177

2,359
39,236
4,238
5,231

2,314
39,247
4,172
5,288

2,328
39,111
4,513
5,364

99 993 100,095
14,403 14,359

99,987
14,560

99,944
14,868

99,903
14,725

9,203

9,361

9,369

9,594

9,765

9,508

9,861

2,337
34,418
4,473
5,534

2,291
38,374
4,629
5,469

2,326
38,180
4,791
5,547

2,323
38,118
4,810
5,577

2,394
38,108
5,118
5,681

2,271
37,874
5,039
5,615

2,274
37,674
5,415
5,632

99,879 100,015
15,073 14,740

153 143 153 332 154,805 153,692 153,891 154,926 153,757 153,120 153,412 154,066 153,809
151,051 151,346 152,630 151,429 151,658 152,603 151,394 150,753 151,072 151,975 151,787
52,737 52,035 53,049 52,331 51,212 51,594 50,593 49,003 49,254 48,238 48,456
98 314 99 311 99,581 99,098 100,447 101,009 100,800 101,750 101,818 103,737 126,889
2,091
2,023
2,339
2,368
2,363
2,174
2,264
2,323
2,232
1,986
2,092
8,634 10,156 11,125 11,458 11,513 1 1 ,434
8,922
8,103
7 753
7,265
7 426
10,516 10,364 10,114 10,015
10,923 10,827 10,665
11,322 11,264 11,163 11,042

1 316

1 331

1 379

1 614

1,709

1,577

1,401

1,333

1,218

1,140

1,207

154,913
152,834
49,409
126,334
2,079
10,731
9,969

1,293

C. Life insurance companies
Millions of dollars, end of period
Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

191JO
1 Assets
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

436,802 439,647 440,681 444,158 448,691 452,91 1 457,852 461,110 466,572 470,717 476,294 479,210

Securities
Government
United States'
State and local . . . .
Foreign2
...
Business
Bonds . .
Stocks

20,480 20 554 20 550 19 634 20 843 20696 21 232 21 130 21.048 21 078 21 275 21 871
4,937
4.164
5,485
5,643
4,917
4,950
5,241
5,135
5,330
5,338
5,838
5,351
6,421
6421
6 360
6 313
6,462
6 506
6 505
6 338
6 300
6571
6,466
6701
9111
9 244
9 157
9 109
9 332
9 224
9 229
9 171
9 332
9 353
9 223
9 213
222 223 223 675 221 470 222 582 225 106 225 239 229 079 230 474 233 896 236 523 239 537 238 113
181 524 182 534 182 765 183 126 183 806 184 580 1 86 632 1 87 688 189 724 191 428 191 722 190 747
40,699 41 141 38,705 39 456 41 300 40 659 42 447 42 786 44 172 45 095 47 815 47 366

Mortgages
Real estate . .
Policy loans
Other assets .

119 940 121 003 122 395 123 689 124 662 125 564 126 583 127 324 128 062 1 28 963 129 813 131 080
13 105 13 273 13 523 13 723 13 927 14 123 14 250 14 424 14 591
14 919 15 033
14 791
35,311 35 848 36.895 38 165 38 926 39 377 39 658 39 906 40,206 40499 40 813 41 411
25 743 25 294 25 848 25 615 26 227 27 912 27 050 27 852 28 769 28 863 29 937 31 702
198)

1 Assets
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

482,009 485,033 490,149 493,185 497,276 500,316 503,994 506,585 509,478 515,079 519,281 521 354

Securities
Government
United Slates'
State and local
Foreign2
Business
Bonds
Stocks . .

22,246 22 669 22,775 22 603 22 948 23 415 23 691 23 949 24 280 24 621 25 200 24 310
7,544
7,359
6,774
6.807
6,429
7,119
6,748
6.502
7,670
7,846
8,578
8,321
6,571
7,033
6,904
6,865
6,645
6,699
7,148
7,129
6,876
6,815
6,809
6,968
9 731
9 346
9 420
9 269
9 246
9 250
9 577
9 501
9 467
9 292
9 646
9 764
240,959 241 675 243 996 245 841 247 437 248 737 250 186 250 37 1 250 3 1 5 253 976 255 632 254 978
194 777 195 251 196 514 198 397 199 818 201 402 203 016 204 501 205 908 208 004 209 194 208 587
46 182 46 424 47 482 47 444 47 619 47 335 41 170 45 870 44 407 45 972 46 438 46 391

Mortgages
.Real estate
Policy loans .
Other assets

131,710 132 567 133 230 133 896 1 34 492 135 318 135 928 136 516 1 36 982 137 736 1 38 433 139 046
15 657 15 869 16 244 16 464 16 738 16 966 17 429 17 626 17 801
18 382 18 629 19 157
41 988 42 574 43 231 43 772 44 292 44 970 45 59) 46 252 47 042 47 731 48 275 48 741
29,449 29 679 30.673 30 609 31 369 30910 31 169 31 971 33 058 32 633 33 112 34 122

88



28. Selected assets and liabilities of savings institutions—Continued
D. Credit unions
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Account

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1980
1 Total assets/liabilities
and capital

64,657

65,025

65,686

65,383

66,314

68,331

68,881

70,240

71,246

71,671

72,553

73,235

2 Federal
3 State

35,677
28,980

35.800
29.225

36 395
29.473

36 058
29,325

36,491
29,823

37,630
30.701

37,771
31,110

38 502
31,738

39.042
32.204

39,108
32,563

39.513
33.040

40.092
33,143

51,332
27,992
23.340
56,685
31,247

51.000
27,806
23,194
57.078
31,403

50 844
27,792
23.052
58 093
32.048

49 986
27,308
22,678
57 709
31.870

49,231
26.814
22,417
58,623
32,367

48,058
26.109
21,949
60.828
33.695

47,851
25,868
21.983
62.338
34.523

47.981
25.871
22.110
63.403
35,123

48.199
26.009
22,190
64.521
35,693

48.246
25.912
22,334
64.964
35.853

48,444
25.975
22.469
65,529
36,095

48,983
26,350
22,633
65.743
36,263

25,438

25,675

26,045

25.839

26,256

27,133

27,815

28.280

28.828

29.111

29,434

29,480

4 Loans outstanding
5
Federal
6 State
7 Savings
8
Federal (shares)
9
State (shares and
deposits)

...

19 81
t Total assets/liabilities
and capital .

72,298

73,039

74,866

74,442

75,278

75,781

76,043

75,656

76,145

76,123

76,830

77,682

2 Federal
3 State

39,461
32 837

39.997
33 042

41,022
33 844

40 626
33 816

41,105
34 173

41,443
34 338

41.678
34 365

41.394
34 262

41,682
34.463

41.727
34 396

42,025
34.805

42.382
35 300

4 Loans outstanding
5 Federal
6 State
7 Savings
8
Federal (shares)
9
State (shares and
deposits)

48 499
25,980
22,519
65 285
35,902

48 641
26082
22.559
65 852
36,299

49 009
26 325
22.684
67 339
37,024

49 186
26410
22 776
67 160
36 882

49 697
26,744
22.953
67 740
17,241

50 271
27 H3
23,138
68 317
37,618

50 724
27 378
23,346
67 690
37.176

51 207
27 701
23.506
66 943
36,713

51 407
27.871
23,536
67,512
36.928

51 029
27 686
23.343
67 625
37,015

50631
27.508
23.123
67.981
37,261

50 448
27,458
22.990
68 871
37.574

29,383

29.553

30 315

30 278

30,499

30,699

30.514

30.230

30,584

30.610

30,720

31.297




... .

89

29. Federal fiscal and financing operations
Millions of dollars
Type of account or operation

1
2
3
4
5

U.S. budget
Receipts'
Outlays'- 2
Surplus, or deficit ( — )
Trust funds
Federal funds3

Fiscal
year
1981

Calendar year 1981
Year

HI

H2

599,272 619,081 317,304 301,777
657,204 691,673 333,115 358,558
-57,932 -72,591 -15,811 -56,780
5,797
-8,085
6,817
-2,288
-64,749 -70,305 -21,608 -48,697

Off-budget entities
Surplus, or deficit (-)
6
Federal Financing Bank outlays
7 Other4
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 (-) 5 . .
1 1 Other6
MEMO
12 Treasury operating balance (level, end of period)
13
Federal Reserve Banks
14 Tax and loan accounts

-20,769 - 19,774 -11,046
-900
-236 -2,652

-8,728
- 1 ,752

-78,936 -95,017 -27,757 -67,260

Jan,

Feb.

51,948
38,130
58,833
53,705
-6,884 -15,575
-3,434
1.243
-3,451
16,819

Mar.

Apr.

44,359
53,953
-9.593
-601
-8,992

74,191
56,925
17,266
1,896
15,370

-3,420
-35

-2,088
73

-8,339 - 17,063 -13,048

15,251

-960
-494

-1,340
-148

79,329
-1,878
1,485

87,294
1,762
5,962

33,213
2,873
-8,328

54,081
-1,111
14,290

6,772
2,252
-685

13,916
3,909
-762

15,138
-5,852
3,762

-3,725
-5,122
-6,404

18,670
3,520
15,150

12,046
4,301
7,745

16,389
2,923
13,466

12,046
4,301
7,745

13,917
3,038
10,879

10,106
2,284
7,822

10.717
3,032
7,685

21.150
4,460
16,690

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Calendar year 1981

May
1
2
3
4
5

(7.5. budget
Receipts'
Outlays'- 2
Surplus, or deficit ( — ) .
Trust funds
Federal funds3

..

Off-budget entities
Surplus, or deficit ( - )
6
Federal Financing Bank outlays
7 Other4

8
9
10
11

U.S. budget plus off-budget, including Federal
Financing Bank
Surplus, or deficit < - )
Source of financing
Borrowing from the public .
Cash and monetary assets — Decrease, or increase ( - )5. .
Other6

MEMO
12 Treasury operating balance (level end of period)
13 Federal Reserve Banks
14 Tax and loan accounts

90



38,244
54,338
-16,094
3,639
-19,733

Aug.

Sept.

47,830
70,430
58,174
55,361
15,070 - 10,343
3,026 -3,506
12,045 -6,838

47,670
52,789
-5,119
310
-5,429

45,152
44,018
60,282
56,825
63,258
53,386
76,293
54,660
6,897 -18,106 -10,642 -19,468
9,408 -4,269 -2,352 -7,675
-2,511 -13,837 -8,290 -11,793

June

July

-1,943
-342

-1,295
45

-2,429
-348

-616
-418

-18,379

13,820

-13,120

-6,153

572
539
22,809 -15,121
730
-4,969

3,383
5,570
4,168

16,389
2,923
13,466

11,318
2,922
8,396

5,702
2,288
3,414

-3.129
30

-638
-5

-1,189
-691

-727
-320

3,798 -18,749 -12,522 -20,516

6,501
8,577
1,330 -13,731
1,356
-1,678

10,374
1,483
6,892

10,972
8,129
-6,579

14,274
-3,889
10,131

18,670
3.520
15,150

16,335
3,550
12,785

7,796
3,475
4,321

12,046
4,301
7,745

5,714
2,595
3,119

30. U.S. budget
A. Receipts
Millions of dollars
Calendar year 1981
Source
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

619,081

51,948

38,130

44,359

74,191

38,244

70,430

289,924
260,300
41
77,298
47,714

30,964
20,896
1
10,121
54

15,348
19,076
4
1,134
4,867

13,693
22,337
11
3,754
12,410

38,659
20,532
7
30,764
12,644

10,496
20,260
8
2,451
12,222

33,729
23,000
5
11,682
958

75,104
13,412

2,826
667

1,816
1,252

10,203
1,617

10,899
1,528

1,894
883

16,411
618

192,908
166,835
6,484
15,560
4,029

14,097
12,533
426
773
365

16,947
14,562
495
1,563
327

15,520
14,579
419
174
349

19,928
13,843
3,945
1,802
339

20,424
15,026
419
4,660
318

14,399
13,308
536
234
322

44,042
8,587
7,001
14,928

2,523
635
535
1,035

3,273
558
489
951

4,210
661
572
1,117

3,754
655
485
1,338

3,953
625
647
1,087

4,224
791
531
964

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 All sources'

47,830

47,670

60,282

45,152

44,018

56,825

2 Individual income taxes net
3
Withheld
4
Presidential Election Campaign Fund
5
Nonwithheld . .
.
6 Refunds

24,439
23,963
4
2,228
1,756

21,615
21,150
1
1,227
813

30,882
21,291
0
10,155
564

22,555
21,817
0
1,283
545

21,775
21,387
0
846
458

25,770
24,590
0
1,602
423

2,721
1,007

2,397
790

10,040
1,381

2,934
1,669

1,877
1,133

11,087
867

14,894
13,899
-723
1,379
340

17,884
14,965
0
2,561
358

14,204
13,136
524
193
351

15,054
13,872
443
439
301

15,496
13,610
0
1,563
323

14,059
13,504
0
221
335

3,997
777
621
1,388

4,052
776
568
1,169

3,597
771
669
1,500

3,486
784
643
1,365

3,334
729
598
1,341

3,633
823
642
1,679

1 All sources'

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

2 Individual income taxes net
3 Withheld
.
4
Presidential Election Campaign Fund
5
Nonwithheld .
6
Refunds
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 receipts4
14
15
16
17

Excise taxes . . . .
Customs deposits
Estate and gift taxes
Miscellaneous receipts5

...

.
...

...

...

Calendar year 1981

7
8

,
...

...

.

Corporation income taxes
Gross receipts
Refunds

..

.

..

9 Social insurance taxes and contributions, net
1 0 Payroll employment taxes a n d contributions" .
11
Self-employment taxes and contributions^
12
Unemployment insurance
1 3 Other net receipts4
14
15
16
17

Excise taxes
. . •.
Customs deposits
Estate and gift taxes
Miscellaneous receipts^




.

.

..
...

..
..

.

.

..

...

91

30. U.S. budget—Continued
B. Outlays
Millions of dollars
Calendar year 1981
Source

May

June

56,925

54,338

55,361

13,274
1,681
505
924
1,093

13,810
737
536
1,106
1,017

13,839
1,373
609
1,319
1,140

-54
377
1,605
782
2,666

-304
321
1,685
844
2,564

-151
-269
1,581
687
2,677

274
860
1,841
928
2,131

5,150
18,795
1,955
389
425

5,493
19,242
1,028
377
749

5,986
18,768
2,168
465
310

5,375
18,576
1,670
343
393

5,865
18,807
1,786
388
506

1,293
3,822
-732

113
6,400
-838

98
5,835
-875

1,166
6,423
-949

253
7,024
--1,029

44
11,674
-8,023

July

Aug.

Sept.

1 All types'

58,174

52,789

53,386

63,258

54,660

76,293

2
3
4
5
6

14,692
378
515
914
1,164

13,523
785
490
929
1,194

14,022
982
347
1,018
1,131

14,722
1,019
830
1,276
1,562

14,205
745
592
173
955

16,258
830
613
399
1,289

-86
-52
1,771
677
2,400

536
292
1,925
618
2,647

-407
-639
1,881
641
1,954

820
1,154
1,727
990
2,655

1,637
-243
1,559
707
2,274

2,681
1,051
1,871
688
2,245

5,829
19,637
2,995
386
242

5,532
18,857
789
397
581

6,287
19,094
2,011
397
266

5,961
20,847
3,013
387
508

5,874
18,462
854
371
339

5,839
33,175
3,217
352
384

1,234
6,164
-688

28
7,320
-3,652

179
6,436
-2,216

1,314
6,157
-1,039

259
7,869
-1,973

28
13,081
-7,710

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

1 All types .

691,673

58,833

53,705

53,953

2
3
4
5
6

167,426
10,654
6,702
10,071
13,772

12,862
396
440
915
1,134

12,841
1,005
531
826
1,016

13,560
808
692
475
1,093

8,282
3,898
22,744
8,890
29,806

2,984
988
3,810
867
3,029

352
-204
1,468
620
2,862

68,435
242,759
23,411
4,634
5,003

5,244
19,299
1,923
383
356

6,058
88,845
-29,713

1

National defense
International affairs
.
...
General science, space, and technology
Energy . .
Natural resources and environment . . .

..

..

...

...

7
8
9
10
11

Agriculture
Commerce and housing credit
Transportation
Community and regional development ,
..
Education, training, employment, and social services

12
13
14
15
16

Health . . .
..
Income security2
Veterans benefits and services
Administration of justice
General government

...

..

.

.

17 General-purpose fiscal assistance
1 8 Interest
.
19 Undistributed offsetting receipts-1

. . . .

|

Calendar year 1981

7
8
9
10
11

National defense
International affairs
General science, space, and technology
Energy
.
Natural resources and environment

.

..
.

Agriculture
...
.
Commerce and housing credit
Transportation
.
.
.
Community and regional development
Education, training, employment and social services

.

92



.

.

..

...
.

.

.

. . . . . . .

12 Health
13 Income security2
1 4 Veterans benefits a n d services
15 Administration of justice
16 General government
17 General -purpose fiscal assistance
18 Interest
....
19 Undistributed offsetting receipts^

...

..

.

...

.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

31. Federal debt subject to statutory limit—Types and ownership
Billions of dollars
1981
Item

Mar. 31

.

.

..
..

..

...

..

...

8 Debt subject to statutory limit
9 Public debt securities
10 Other debt1

..

.

..

.

.

1 1 MEMO* Statutory debt limit

1,034.7

964.5
773.7
1909
6.4
4.9
15

971.2
771.3
199 9
6.2
4.7
15

9979
789.8
208 1
61
4.6
15

1,0287
825.5
203 2
60
4.6
14

972.2

998.8

1,039.3

963.9
1.6

.

Dec. 3i

1,003.9

965.5

..

Sept. 30

977.4

970.6
1.6

997.2
1.6

1,037.7
1.6

985.0

2 Public debt securities
3 Held by public
4 Held by agencies
5 Agency securities
6 Held by public
7 Held by agencies

June 30

5*70.9

1 Federal debt outstanding

985.0

999.8

1,079.8

32. Gross public debt of the U.S. Treasury—Types and ownership
Billions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Type and holder

1981
934.1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Type
Interest-bearing debt
Marketable
Bills
Notes
Bonds
Nonmarketable '
State and local
government series
Foreign issues^
Government
Public .
Savings bonds and notes
Government-account series3 . .

950.5

964.5

964.0

968.5

971.2

973.3 980.2

997.9

1,005.0

1,013.3

1,028.7

929 8
628 5
2204
321 2
869

1 Total gross public debt

9465
642.9
2290
324.5
894

963 2
661.1
235 3
336.5
89 3

962 8
657.9
225 8
341.1
91 0

964 8
656.2
224 5
338.4
93 3

969 9
660.8
218 8
348.8
93 2

972 1
666.4
217 5
354.0
949

978 9
673.8
219 9
357.6
96 3

996 5
683.2
223 4
363.6
96 2

999.5
689.6
229 1
362.6
97 9

1 Oil 9
704.8
233 9
3708
100 1

1 027 3
720 3
245 0
375 3
99 9

301 3

303 5

302 1

3049

308 6

309 2

305 6

305 2

313 3

3099

307 1

307 0

23.7
23 8
17 4
64
71.4
182.2

23.6
240
17.5
64
70.7
185.0

23.5
242
17.7
64
70.3
183.8

23.4
244
18.0
64
69.8
187.0

23.2
248
18.4
64
69.5
190.8

23.2
23 5
17.1
64
69.2
193.0

22.8
21 9
16.3
5,7
69.0
191.6

22.8
21.4
15.7
57
68.6
192.1

23.2
20 5
15.5
50
68.3
201.1

23.1
20 5
15.5
50
68,0
198.1

23.0
20 3
15.3
50
68.0
195.5

230
190
149
41
68.1
196.7

42

40

1,3

1.2

37

13

1.2

1.3

14

5.6

14

14

Holder*
15 U.S. government agencies
and trust funds
16 Federal Reserve Banks

1895
116.7

1920
118,4

1909
119.0

193 9
119.7

197 8
117.9

1999
120.0

198 6
123.4

1990
124.5

208 1
124.3

2049
1224

202 I
126.5

203 3
131 0

17 Private investors
18 Commercial banks
19 Mutual savings banks
20 Insurance companies
21 Other corporations
22 State and local governments . . . .

627 4
117 2
5.5
200
304
77.3

639 6
116.4
5.5
19 8
35 2
80.4

654 6
117.5
5.6
18 1
40.0
82.3

6504
113.5
5.7
18 0
40.4
83.6

652 3
113.2
5.6
19 7
38.8
85.1

651 2
113.3
5.7
18 3
38.7
83.0

651 3
114.2
5.6
19 8
37.8
86.0

6567
115.0
5.5
206
38.0
86,2

665 4
112.2
5.5
207
37.8
86.2

677 2
111 3
5.5
19 2
38 6
88.3

6846
1100
5.2
194
38 3
87.5

694 5
1094
5.2
19 1
37 8
85.6

Individuals
23 Savings bonds
24 Other securities
25 Foreign and international' 6
26 Other miscellaneous investors . . . .

71 4
62 8
132 7
108.9

70 7
65 5
134 3
109.2

70.4
68 2
133 9
109.6

69.8
68 3
136 9
107.7

695
70 3
1429
110.3

69 2
704
141 2
111.4

690
70 5
1390
109.4

68 7
71 5
137 0
114.2

68 3
720
135 5
127.2

68 0
73 0
135 3
138.0

68 0
73 6
138 3
144.3

68 1
75 6
141 4
152.3

14 Non-interest-bearing debt




. ..

93

33. U.S. government marketable securities—Ownership, by maturity, 1981l
A. All maturities
Par value; millions of dollars; end of period
Type of holder

Ql

660,769

683,209

720,293

9,304
119,039
532 800
80 710
4,098
11 698
7,203
4 163
22 317
402,610

9,227
120,017
531,525
77,764
4,222
11,852
6,789
4,438
22,604
403,856

9,015
124,330
549,863
77,015
4,101
13,297
5,278
4,253
23,757
422,162

8 669
130,954
580 67 1
74 618
3,971
12 090
4,214
4 122
18,991
462,663

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

310,922

318,998

340,082

1 189
54,525
263 193
30 106
1,317
2 152
3,774
1 465
8,183
216 196

1,119
57,331
252,471
28,221
1,377
2,036
3,192
1,866
7,495
208,285

909
61,919
256,170
28,793
1,463
2,104
2,543
1,723
8,545
211,000

647
64,113
275 322
29,480
1,569
2,201
2,421
1,731
7,536
230,383

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

235,315

...

Q4

318,907

.

Q3

661,482

1 All holders
2 U.S. government agencies and trust funds
3 Federal Reserve Banks
4 Private investors
5 Commercial banks 2 . . .
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

218,786

223,388

245,015

42 632
192 681
12 464
425
812
1 879
512
5 701
170,888

1
43,593
175,192
9,138
449
736
1,197
692
4,774
158,206

1
46,931
176,456
8,688
360
575
1,021
385
5,862
159,565

*
49,679
195,335
9667
423
760
1,173
363
5,126
177,824

B. Total maturing within 1 year
Par value, millions of dollars, end of period
Type of holder
1 All holders . .
2 U S. government agencies and trust funds
3 Federal Reserve Banks
4 Private investors
5 Commercial banks2 . . . .
6 Mutual savings banks
7 Insurance companies . .
8 Nonfinancial corporations
9 Savings and loan associations
10 State and local governments
1 1 All others .

C. Bills maturing within 1 year
Par value, millions of dollars; end of period
Type of holder
1 AM holders
2 U.S. government agencies and trust funds .
3 Federal Reserve Banks
4 Private investors
5 Commercial banks 2
6 Mutual savings banks . .
.
,.
7 Insurance companies
8 Nonfinancial corporations
9 Savings and loan associations
10 State and local governments
1 1 All others

....

...

...

D. Other than bills maturing within 1 year
Par value; millions of dollars; end of period

Qi

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
.

94




. . . . . .
.

Q2

Q3

Q4

83,592

Type of holder

92,136

95,610

95,068

1 188
11 892
70,512
17 641
892
1,340
1 895
953
2,481
45 308

1,118
13 738
77,279
19,083
929
1,299
1,995
1 174
2,721
50,079

907
14,988
79,715
20,104
1J03
1,529
1,523
1,338
2,683
51,435

647
14,433
79,987
19,814
1,146
1,442
1,248
1,368
2,410
52,560

33. U.S. government marketable securities—Ownership, by maturity, 19811—Continued
E, 1- to 5-year maturities
Par value; millions of dollars; end of period
Ql

208,085

218,310

228,550

1,363
35,323
167,241
41,573
1,950
4,171
1 ,734
2,524
4,818
1 10 470

1,357
33,928
172,801
40,578
2,084
4,919
1,642
2,430
5,282
115,856

1,368
34,264
182,253
40,551
1,991
5,415
1,065
2 354
4,995
125 881

1,906
38,223
188,422
39,021
1,870
5,596
1,146
2,260
4,278
134 251

Q2

Q3

Q4

61,485

61,660

63,483

1,411
13,797
46 786
6,424
511
3,146
461
111
2,243
33,891

1,411
13,042
47,033
5,912
417
2,583
383
83
2,297
35,358

1,398
11 519
48 743
4466
272
2 851
335
102
2 395
38,324

779
1 1 ,854
50 851
4,496
238
2 507
344
98
2,365
40,804

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

38,238

....
....

Q4

61,995

....
....

Q3

Ql

1 All holders
2 U S. government agencies and trust funds
3 Federal Reserve Banks
4 Private investors
.....
5 Commercial banks2 .
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

203,927

Type of holder

39,899

41,378

44,744

3,685
5,891
28 662
1 166
186
1 519
417
39
3,923
21 413

3,685
5,945
30 268
1,311
195
1,590
758
36
4,314
22,064

4,027
6491
30 860
1 265
197
2 106
775
38
4 390
22 089

3,996
6 692
34 055
873
151
1 119
131
16
2 824
28 940

F. 5- to 10-year maturities
Par value; millions of dollars; end of period
Type of holder
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

....

G. 10- to 20-year maturities
Par value; million of dollars; end of period
Type of holder
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 .
.
....

....

...

H. Over-20-year maturities
Par value; millions of dollars; end of period

QJ

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

Q3

Q4

38,076

Type of holder
1 AH holders

40,378

42,863

43,434

1,656
9,503
26,918
I t 441
135
710
816
25
3,150
20,640

1,656
9,770
28,953
1,742
149
714
815
22
3,216
22,294

1,313
9 713
31 837
1 941
178
821
559
36
3 433
24 869

1,340
10 073
32 020
749
144
666
172
17
1 9gg
28 285

95

34* U.S. government securities dealers
A. Transactions, 19811
Par value; averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Type and maturity

May

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

22,707

23,472

23,409

21,432 21,450 23,140 21,567

14,743

14,339

14,024

13,068

12,094

13,714

444

406
4,144
2,132

386

377

454

480

3,348
2,324
2,316

4,077

1,971

3,983
2,392

209
,7

2,452

4,032
2,532
2,435

2,854

2,571

1,473

1,553

1,366

1,082

1,068

10,071
11,163
3,092
397
,0

11,108
10,811

11,605 10,590
10,438 9,761
3,282 2,922
4,219
3,555

1,519

1,907

1,703

5,298

5,567

2,626

859
307

318
1,076

Apr.

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
1 U.S. government securities
Maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years

8
9
10
11
12
13

3,472

1,899
2,149

Type of customer
U.S. government securities
dealers
U.S. government securities
brokers
All others2
Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper

23,838 24,787

27,906 34,287

28,736

13,830

14,106

14,847

17,241

17,976

17,236

584
3,139

510

815

768

1,132

1,099

4,275

1,937

3,982
240
,9
2,750

2,200

448
,0
293
,0
2,587

7,833
367
,6
3,679

566
,2
2,370
245
,0

1,378

2,171

1,770

1,804

2,138

1,878

202
,0

10,175
10,207
3,203

11,173
10,589

10,222

9,174

11,566
10,502

3,621
4,352

300
,6
420
,9

16,254
16,154
4,339
629
,6

1,656

1,822

2,612

494
,7

5,385

5,963

6,323

1,655
5,918

3,140
4,171
1,416

13,499
12,269
3,559
5,370
207
,8
699
,8

12,796
13,939
2,893

3,120
1,353

11,941
11,041
3,392
5,342

7,538

2,095
698
,7

3,202

2,834

2,637

260
,4

3,359

3,893

993
282

1,041
371

964
182

1,105
240

904
197

4,754
2,777

265

5,118
1,491
221

350
1,720

169
1,495

170
1 ,322

277
1,434

227
1,377

645
1,910

591
1,336

3,168
4,238

2,651

1,853

5,938

669
,6

3,619
1,337
237

3,771
1,824
164

3,825

1,160
143

369
911

606
1,123

356
1,301

303
1,437

4,891

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3
14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities

1,499
195

FORWARD TRANSACTIONS4
17 U.S. government securities
18 Federal agency securities . .

Week ending

Jan. 7

Mar. 4
4
Jan. 14 | Jan. 21Jan. 28 | Feb Feb. 11 | Feb. 18 | Feb. 25 |Mar. 11 Mar. 18

23,930

23,926

22,245

21,303

21,911

22,780

23,310

24,802

22,192

20,564

25,722

15,335

15,161

14 823

13,960

13,488

13,389

14,730

16,237

12,622

12,652

15,947

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
1 U.S. government securities
2
3
4
5
6

Maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years

Type of customer
U.S. government securities
dealers
8 U.S. government securities
brokers
9 All others2
10 Federal agency securities
1 1 Certificates of deposit
12 Bankers acceptances
13 Commercial paper . . . . " .

612

434

347

326

420

419

597

360

370

339

390

3,045
2 532
2,406

3,573
2 158
2,600

3,260
1 825
1,989

3,898
1 366
1,753

4,395
1 612
1,996

3,600
2,539
2,834

3,440
1,716
2,828

4,399
1,454
2,353

3,750
3,493
1,958

2,718
2,706
2,149

4,184
2,797
2,404

7

1,118

. ..

1,238

1 665

1 510

1,960

1,578

1,398

1,428

1,341

1,084

1,756

9,375
13 437
3,111
4,120
1 339
6,524

11,319
11 369
3,778
3,823
1 205
5,065

9604
10976
2 364
3 834
1 400
5,250

9707
10085
2,951
3,863
1 968
4,570

10,264
9687
3,122
3,641
1,871
5,597

11,290
9,912
2,668
3,402
1,622
5,464

10,278
11,634
3,329
4,901
1,881
6,111

11,978
11,396
3,968
5,342
2,247
5,020

10,603
10,248
2,471
3,279
1,639
5,644

10,310
9,169
3,560
3,736
1,767
4,901

12,974
10,991
3,800
5,419
2,213
5,277

1,841

2,663
1,068

2,780

3,218

2,768

3,453

851
223

939
192

847
174

2,765
1,054

2,747
1,156

3,561
1,026

234

825
446

3,141
1,221

3,021

806
413

511

278

321

369
830

292

339

458

363

219

105

72

197

1,302

1,818

1,580

2,137

1,673

1,239

1,415

2,017

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3
14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities

795
153

457

473

FORWARD TRANSACTIONS4
17 U S government securities
18 Federal agency securities

96




428
581

1,235

34. U.S. government securities dealers—Continued
A. Transactions, 1981l—Continued
Par value, averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending

Type and maturity
Mar. 25

Apr. 1

Apr. 8

Apr. 15 Apr. 22 Apr. 29

May 6

May 13

May 20 May 27

June 3

24,401

25,190

24,065

19,972

20,314

20,358

20,436

21,274

20,664

21,280

24,968

14,146
251
5,476
2,185
2,343

14,365
595
4,325
2,863
3,043

14,134
249
3,887
2,975
2,821

12,600
321
2,671
2,179
2,202

13,263
360
2,786
1,796
2,109

12,323
526
3,936
1,497
2,096

11,994
402
3,759
2,004
2,278

11,417
510
3,550
1,916
3,881

11,495
593
3,867
1,658
3,052

12,604
355
4,558
1,619
2,144

14,964
406
3,946
3,275
2,377

1,355

1,416

847

1,255

1,030

1,096

1,105

1,061

1,006

1,216

1,181

12,053
11,127
3,429
4,244
1,472
4,640

12,071
1 1 ,703
2,901
4,393
1,607
5,148

12,910
10,309
2,420
3,806
1,833
5,107

9,687
9,102
3,243
3,902
1,600
5,256

10,128
9.156
2,796
3,336
1,546
5,694

9,358
9,904
3,054
2,921
1,560
5,033

10,282
9,049
2,548
3,376
1,452
6,268

9,885
10,327
2,585
2,744
1,169
5,582

10,075
9,583
3,368
2,823
1,104
6,193

9,771
10,293
2,837
3,079
1,547
5,877

11,942
11,845
4,318
4.060
1,671
6,675

2,678
936
301

2,423
970
225

3,153
1,114
192

2,763
970
221

1,900
1.026
205

2,573
795
117

2,024
1,028
196

2,627
949
245

2,571
1,139
220

3,157
1,014
281

3,796
1,075
280

362
1,344

177
1,375

93
1,677

105
1,718

129
1,162

181
812

318
1,160

304
1,753

185
1.612

353
879

216
1.704

June 10

June 17

June 24

July 1

July 8

July 15

July 22

July 29

Aug. 5

Aug. 12 Aug. 19

23,272

21,664

24,0%

24,002

24,563

23,081

19,426

19,452

22,406

26,062

19,994

13,665
451
3,586
2,836
2.733

13,314
584
3,008
2,386
2,371

13,892
304
5,525
2.118
2,257

13,877
625
4,169
2,273
3,058

15,089
1,317
3,104
3,123
1.931

15,356
393
2,791
2,212
2,330

12,697
382
2,914
1,637
1,796

12,348
370
3,592
1,378
1,764

14,094
597
4,115
1.565
2,035

14,634
352
4,373
2,836
3,867

1 1 ,949
824
2,989
1,676
2,557

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
1 U.S. government securities
1
3
4
5
6
1
8
9
10
11
12
13

Maturit\
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
.
....
All others2
Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper
FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3

1 4 Treasury bills
. . .
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities

....

FORWARD TRANSACTIONS4
17 U S government securities
18 Federal agency securities

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
1 U.S. government securities
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

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
All others2
Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper

1,491

1,311

1,454

1,307

4,627

1,898

1,676

1,223

1,836

1,853

1,652

1 1 ,078
10,615
3,526
3,687
1,887
5,668

10,635
9,479
3,724
4,168
1,986
6,652

11,715
10,927
3,938
4,829
1,528
5.834

10,860
11,834
3,587
4,883
2,037
7,010

9,981
9,954
3,171
3,697
1,500
6,210

11,752
9,432
3,864
4,690
1,648
5,880

9,705
8,045
2,110
4,058
1,570
5,754

9,604
8,625
3.082
4,399
1,776
5,666

10,244
10,326
2,787
4,275
1,745
5,645

13,353
10,856
3,502
4,433
1,564
5,685

9,301
9,041
3,257
3,838
1,113
5,804

3,143
866
235

3,089
811
144

3,249
863
151

3,971
961
191

3,598
1,119
142

4,612
1,274
107

3,272
967
163

3,854
1,405
178

3,349
1,212
248

3,517
1,139
216

3,723
1,014
243

103
1.355

337
1,462

338
1,192

248
1,343

417
1,178

213
562

420
946

405
832

335
1,305

1,098
1,743

376
694

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS^
14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities

..

FORWARD TRANSACTIONS'*
17 U S government securities . . . .
18 Federal agency securities




97

34. U.S. government securities dealers—Continued
A. Transactions, 1981l—Continued
Par value, averages of daily figures, in.millions of dollars
Week ending
Type and maturity

Aug. 26

Sept. 2

Sept. 9

Sept. 16

Sept. 23

Sept. 30

Oct. 7

Oct. 14

Oct. 21

Oct. 28

23,536

25,080

21,918

27,217

26,740

23,347

30,611

28,383

24,552

25,112

14,716
375
4,302
1 ,865
2,278

14,500
563
3,357
4,325
2,336

14,605
450
2,546
2,375
1,942

16,949
1,044
3,866
3,160
2,197

15,816
779
5,644
2,343
2,157

12,322
945
5,265
2,397
2,418

19,218
763
4,403
2,613
3,615

16,607
511
4,063
4,722
2,479

15,218
747
3,779
2,471
2,337

15,753
608
4,612
2,235
1,905

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
t U.S. government securities
2
3
4
5
6
1

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 . . .
All others2
Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper .

9
10
11
12
13

1,604

1,873

1,517

1,788

1,762

2,173

2,616

1,215

1,885

1,904

11,728
10,204
3,215
4,031
1,272
6,199

12,032
11,175
2,864
4,563
1,552
6,698

10,959
9,441
2,578
3,757
1,344
6,542

13,816
11,612
4,440
6,459
2,015
6,956

13,004
11,975
3,403
6,244
2,117
6,301

9,911
11,264
3,214
5,124
1,976
6,664

14,706
13,289
3,628
5,586
2,197
7,257

14,266
12,902
3,471
5,354
2,118
7,038

11,931
10,736
3,227
4,326
1,771
7,396

11,821
11,387
3,244
5,204
2,005
6,140

3,767
1,649
227

3,722
1,534
147

3,280
1 ,766
78

4,916
1,760
254

3,453
1,945
171

3,420
1,975
160

3,581
1,635
132

3,886
1,591
173

3,847
1,499
246

3,421
1,264
191

362
727

637
1,313

445
1,420

431
1,626

309
1,109

170
899

227
1,294

429
1,673

173
1,372

340
1,326

Nov. 4

8

Nov. 11

Nov. 18

Nov. 25

Dec. 2

Dec, 9

Dec. 16

Dec. 23

Dec. 30

38,702

39,189

35,180

31,454

29,891

30,915

27,660

25,309

26,129

23,985
1,334
7,637
3,109
2,637

20,575
857
8,847
3,767
5,143

18,701
1,424
7,192
3,386
4,477

15,039
1,031
8,517
4,031
2,837

16,535
1,124
5,881
4,038
2,314

18,298
877
5,774
3,281
2,685

16,080
1,440
4,883
2,611
2,647

13,717
883
7,252
1,699
1,758

18,236
1,181
4,010
1,041
1,661

3,116

2,120

1,936

1,793

1,578

2,255

2,439

1,788

1,488

18,500
17,085
4,951
7,628
2,846
8,186

18,752
18,317
4,206
6,890
2,829
7,306

16,742
16,502
4,646
6,773
2,656
7,902

15,175
14,486
4,633
5,893
2,442
7,317

13,631
14,682
3,555
4,752
2,509
7,125

14,715
13,946
3,097
5,937
2,607
6,713

13,422
11,799
3,320
5,281
2,154
7,190

1 1 ,470
12,050
2,037
4,505
1,797
7,548

9,631
15,010
2,647
3,690
1,589
5,640

5,418
1,552
304

4,638
2,255
245

5,461
3,077
360

4,522
3,332
218

4,679
2,449
162

5,084
1,768
301

6,917
1,818
310

5,355
1,385
192

2,990
860
94

921
2,081

700
2,116

233
2,154

745
1,415

491
1,911

461
1,442

343
1,609

844
1,233

914
865

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS-^
14 Treasury bills . . . .
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities

...

FORWARD TRANSACTIONS4
17 U.S. government securities . . .
1 8 Federal agency securities
..,

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
1 U.S. government securities
2
3
4
5
6
1
8
9
10
11
12
13

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
All others2 . . . .
Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
...
Commercial paper .

....
....

....
....

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3
14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities
FORWARD TRANSACTIONS 4
17 U.S. government securities
18 Federal agency securities

98



34. U.S. government securities dealers—Continued
B. Positions, 19811
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Type and maturity
NET IMMEDIATE

1 U.S. government securities
2

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

11,557
9,976
-664
-73
490
1,828
1,586
2,512
1,161
2,746

15,128
13,317
-322
-301
216
2,218
1,491
2,140
1,369
2,436

16,996 11,675
13,581 8,473
-278
146
788
451
645
573
2,260 2,032
1,420
1,739
2,706 2,123
1,580
1,720
2,549 2,741

Apr.

July

Aug.

Sept.

Nov.

May

June

4,448
1,625
268
505
105
1,946
1,659
1,940
1,267
2,301

7,217
6,384 8,900 4,244
8,975 6,259 6,617
2,942 4,319
2,411
5,713
5,601 4,781 5,086
-1,419 -2,181 -2,626 -3,235 -3,588 -3,929
-487
1,754
3,884
1,075
2,516
2,190
3,164
1,901
815
-12
212
466
101
-29
-78
2,209 2,167
1,863
2,081
2,947 3,305 2,676
2,480 3,041
2,982 2,336 2,059 2,839 3,687
3,947 4,880 3,925 3,360 4,209 4,456 5,027
1,927
1,441 2,133
2,197
2,088
1,475
2,590
2,309 2,171
2,371
3,061
2,635
3,328 3,245

Oct.

Dec.

2

Bills

Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years
Federal agency securities . .
Certificates of deposit . . . .
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper
FUTURE POSITIONS

11 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities

-11,491
-2,359
-202

-12,271 -11,513 -7,132 -6,036 -9,723 -8,352 -9,943 -9,757 -8,568 ^7,155 -5,270
-2,298 -2,751 -2,515 -2,323 -2,448 -2,475 -2,602 -2,369 -3,146 -3,853 -3,652
-204 -377
-393
-555 -716 -1,039 -946 -807
-658
-6
-363

FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U.S. government securities . . . .
15 Federal agency securities




-600
-723

-420
-990

-653
-523

-665
-247

-950
-138

-715
256

-523
91

-509
-206

-567
-261

-434 -645
-560
-362 - 1 ,064 - 1 ,240

99

34. U.S. government securities dealers—Continued
B. Positions, 19811—Continued
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending
Type and maturity

Jan. 7

Jan. 14

Jan. 21

Jan. 28

Feb. 4

Feb. 11

Feb. 18

Feb. 25

Mar. 4

Mar. 11

NET IMMEDIATE 2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

9,488
7,875
-919
-6
1,060
1,478
1,198
2,710
1,062
2,995

U.S. government securities
Bills
Other within 1 year
1—5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years
Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper

10,337
8,823
-673
-302
592
1,896
1,679
2,471
1,078
3,098

10,804
9,715
-565
-648
370
1,932
1,672
2,715
1,221
2,787

14,084
12,055
-662
571
247
1,873
1,614
2,305
1,183
2,238

14,539
12,789
-297
137
-45
1,954
1,811
2,096
1,463
2,739

13,750
11,683
-196
-445
268
2,440
1,694
1,868
1,248
2,292

13,016
11,624
-322
-848
249
2,313
1,615
2,183
1,359
2,159

17,207
15,669
-453
-350
150
2,191
1,178
2,417
1,389
2,350

17,049
14,313
-342
210
853
2,016
1,209
2,186
1,447
2,633

17,822
14,944
-262
146
810
2,183
1,442
2,485
1,617
2,194

FUTURE POSITIONS
1 1 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities .

-11,146 -11,537 -11,737 -11,246 -12,422 -13,061 -11,863 -11,904 - 1 1 ,200 -12,973
= 2,340 -2,255 -2,464 -2,279 -2,568 -2,517 -2,059 -2,123 -2,191
-2,603
7
-345
-287
= 180
-8
-38
-171
-88
-21
-9

FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U.S. government securities
15 Federal agency securities . .

NET IMMEDIATE

-1,023
-718

Mar. 18

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

-605
-485

Mar. 25

16,303
13,662
-384
18
810
2,199
1,327
2,824
1,546
2,611

16,415
12,182
-291
1,692
501
2,331
1,416
2,827
1,361
2,706

= 522
= 842

Apr. 1

-367
-751
Apr. 8

-356
-896

-149
-1,097

-318
-1,191

Apr. 15

Apr. 22

Apr. 29

-695
-850
May 6

-625
-853

-667
-785

May 13

May 20

2

17,814
13,186
-109
1,906
318
2,514
1,695
3,132
1,995
2,866

16,349
12,238
80
1,114
770
2,147
1,846
2,316
1,901
2,794

12,043
9,276
71
195
564
1,937
1,826
1,889
1,591
2,564

10,653
8,267
218
-266
465
1,969
1,599
2,168
1,675
2,896

7,329
4,361
232
332
405
1,998
1,569
1,924
1,614
2,639

4,651
1,944
182
428
246
1,850
1,716
2,310
1,686
2,503

4,161
1,176
485
441
46
2,013
1,538
1,871
1,270
2,402

4,128
1,744
198
222
31
1,932
1,701
1,724
1,121
1,959

-12,393 - 10,269 - 10,397
-2,828 -2,914 -3,068
-422
-675
-538

U.S. government securities
Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years
Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit . . .
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper

-8,560
-2,545
-532

-6,503
-2,264
-515

-6,609
-2,510
-574

-6,312
-2,626
-591

-5,800
-2,3%
-552

-5,946
-2,256
-544

-5,432
-2,284
-759

= 642
-283

-804
-416

-573
-466

-599
-112

-725
-2

-608
72

-985
-310

-1,072
-400

June 10

June 17

June 24

FUTURE POSITIONS
1 1 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities
FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U S . government securities
15 Federal agency securities

..

-677
-563
May 27

-661
-198
June 3

July 1

JulyS

July 15

July 22

July 29

9,592
6,261
-716
1,764
182
2,100
2,578
4,360
2,019
2,949

7,320
3,031
-1,001
2,613
184
2,493
2,729
5,550
2,649
3,153

7,645
3,252
-1,171
2,046
1,100
2,418
2,940
5,376
2,499
2,658

6,719
3,349
-1,375
1,447
1,052
2,246
3,028
5,025
2,024
2,237

5,030
2,756
-1,501
901
739
2,135
3,093
4,566
1,714
2,071

6,104
2,741
-1,414
2,282
487
2,008
3,132
4,391
1,523
2,099

11,627 -10,188
-2,372
-2,748
-1,068
-1,061

-9,302
-2,322
-1,022

-8,637
= 2,442
-974

-7,549
-2,573
-976

-8,651
-2,593
-991

-8,380
-2,394
-887

-727
413

-610
383

-437
226

-289
165

-558
115

683
-60

NET IMMEDIATE2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

U.S. government securities
Bills
Other within 1 year
1—5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years
Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper

4,689
1,635
112
994
-14
1,962
1,521
1,746
1,040
2,180

6,362
3,211
89
378
732
1,953
2,118
2,419
1,370
3,190

8,500
5,395
36
169
768
2,132
2,157
2,987
1,961
2,605

-6,258
-2,303
-912

-8,066
-2,349
-993

-8,639
-2,437
= 1 ,023

= 998
45

-1,043
94

-889
131

11,672
8,819
-740
556
676
2,360
2,749
4,055
2,210
3,377

FUTURE POSITIONS
1 1 Treasury bills .
1 2 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities
FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U S government securities
15 Federal agency securities

100




-465
203

34. U.S. government securities dealers—Continued
B. Positions, 19811—Continued
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending
Type and maturity

Aug. 5
NET IMMEDIATE

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Aug. 12

Aug. 19

Aug. 26

Sept. 2

Sept. 9

5,010
2,947
-1,972
2,380
83
1,573
2,890
4,811
1,681
2,477

7,121
4,188
-1,996
3,021
243
1,664
2,958
4,754
1,642
2,263

6,722
4,711
-2,227
2,157
186
1,895
2,874
3,920
1,441
1,991

7,147
5,021
-2,303
2,443
-172
2,158
3,267
3,149
1,186
1,998

6,791
4,417
-2,598
2,501
466
2,005
2,800
3,214
1,498
2,397

8,398
6,859
-2,867
1,979
523
1,904
2,359
2,942
1,358
2,274

7,971
7,006
= 2,741
1,467
243
1,996
2,700
3,034
1,383
2,348

-7,667
-2,248
-782

-8,949 -10,809 - 1 1 ,009 -11,106 - 10,898 -10,113
-2,706 -2,650 -2,638 -2,551 -2,015 -2,210
-644
-724
-703
-733
-873
-883

Sept. 16 Sept. 23

Sept. 30

Oct. 7

Oct. 14

7,948
5,942
-2,522
2,666
-330
2,192
2,135
3,150
1,262
2,279

4,431
2,689
-2,326
2,516
-702
2,254
2,040
4,275
1,741
2,430

6,807
5,640
-3,026
1,753
-605
3,044
1,673
4,454
2,118
3,100

7,709
5,576
-3,072
1,409
552
3,243
1,751
4,022
2,046
2,607

-9,701
-2,549
-715

-8,055
-2,638
-562

-8,140
-2,852
-416

-8,901
-3,423
-548

-455
-251

-492
-196

-557
-202

-553
-273

2

U.S. government securities . .
Bills
Other within 1 year
1—5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years
Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper . . .
...
FUTURE POSITIONS

1 1 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons .
..
13 Federal agency securities
FORWARD POSITIONS

-897
218

-662
-85

-748
-325

Nov. 4

Nov. 11

Nov. 18

Nov. 25

Dec. 2

Dec. 9

Dec. 16

8,016
5,550
-3,532
3,229
-246
3,014
2,630
4,412
2,222
2,897

9,621
5,908
-3,553
3,483
114
3,668
2,717
4,131
1,987
3,188

7,964
4,705
-3,434
3,266
-47
3,474
2,979
4,567
2,227
3,497

9,076
4,349
-3,538
4,852
346
3,067
2,694
4,513
2,183
3,245

8,175
4,489
-4,107
3,851
911
3,032
3,001
4,353
2,516
3,430

5,976
3,200
-4,142
3,449
342
3,127
3,516
4,444
2,712
3,309

1,874
2,010
1,333
540
-4,350 -4,065
2,441
3,398
-200
-367
2,650
2,505
3,934
3,876
5,055
5,217
2,428
2,861
3,077
3,285

6,406
2,850
-1,820
3,554
-380
2,202
3,760
5,837
2,368
3,293

-8,022 - 10,225
-2,988 -3,405
-145
-80

-8,571
-3,928
-125

-6,352
-3,864
-187

-6,014
-3,909
-290

-6,483
-4,157
= 278

-6,051
-4,200
-305

-4,347
-3,615
-336

-4,569
-3,404
= 435

-5,506
-3,134
-470

-503
-815

-436
-1,169

-366
-1,231

-435
-1,232

-807
-1,136

-926
-383
-1,386 -1,315

-513
-1,131

-488
-186

86
-262

Oct. 21

14 U.S. government securities . . .
15 Federal agency securities

Oct. 28

5,318
4,247
-3,283
, 1,170
196
2t989
2,160
4,194
2,207
2,566

5,945
4,056
-3,435
2,766
-15
2,573
2,397
4,045
2,110
2,259

-8,355
-3,218
-532

-525
-274

-537
-294

Dec. 23 Dec. 30

NET IMMEDIATE2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

U.S. government securities . .
Bills
Other within 1 year
. ..
1-5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years
Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper
FUTURE POSITIONS

1 1 Treasury bills
.
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities

...

FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U.S. government securities . . .
15 Federal agency securities




-616
-362

-538
= 451

-500
-688

101

34. U.S. government securities dealers—Continued
C. Financing, 19811
Millions of dollars
Source

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS2
14,568 11,762 8,080 8,392 9,466 10,667 12,193 15,371 16,087 17,052 19,848 20,711 25,185
32,048 25,750 24,917 24,529 25,704 30,592 29,785 29,519 29,414 30,889 37,492 44,981 51,003

1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term agreements
REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term agreements

35,919 31,613 28,558 32,456 32,515 28,075 33,748 36,175 36,719 35,814 41,347 43,324 50,681
29,449 22,289 26,256 24,252 24,563 27,716 27,684 26,122 27,213 29,521 32,892 41,525 43,358
Week ending

Jan. 7 Jan. 14 Jan. 21 Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 25 Mar. 4 Mar. 11 Mar. 18 Mar. 25 Apr. 1
REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS2
7,969 9,704 8,035 8,710
14,565 9,824 13,113 9,548 8,344 6,970 8,240 8,973 7,861
27,742 26,541 24,126 24,592 25,089 26,279 23,442 25,220 24,241 24,306 23,876 25,694 24,504

1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term agreements
REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3

31,749 31,137 33,369 30,197 32,148 20,427 30,226 31,292 32,474 32,678 33,044 31,627 34,753
21,140 21,843 22,310 23,863 24,471 32,878 22,564 25,112 24,466 23,807 23,414 25,322 23,583

3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term agreements

Apr. 8 Apr. 15 Apr. 22 Apr. 29 May 6 May 13 May 20 May 27 June 3 June 10 June 17 June 24 July 1
REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS

2

9,121 8,972 10,135 10,393 10,693 10,926 10,321 10,123 11,256 11,982 10,522 12,378 14,643
24,962 25,742 25,928 27,385 28,370 31,332 29,126 31,342 28,715 29,547 28,626 31,244 30,248

1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term agreements
REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3

33,823 31,518 32,640 29,842 29,223 27,343 26,049 28,393 28,393 31,566 34,263 35,009 36,899
23,953 24,343 25,136 25,798 25,556 28,231 27,451 28,845 27,281 29.273 26,443 28,718 26,275

3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term agreements

July8 July 15 July 22 July 29 Aug. 5|Aug. 12|Aug. 19JAug. 26|sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16|sept. 23JSept. 30
REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS

2

1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term agreements

14,047 15,310 16,392 16,464 15,617 15,492 16,151 16,494 16,331 16,187 16,664 16,876 19,204
29,464 28,981 29,672 29,230 29,348 28,950 29,086 29,808 29,223 29,006 27,687 33,163 35,365

REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3
3 Overnight and continuing . . .
4 Term agreements

36,713 36,446 36,067 34,752 36,705 35,102 36,858 36,594 35,229 35,031 36,512 35,326 36,971
25,463 25,238 27,926 25,708 26,353 27,019 27,147 28,139 27,464 27,168 28,914 31,229 32,831

Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 1 1Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 2 Dec. 9 Dec. 16 Dec. 23 Dec. 30
REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS2
1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term agreements

19,645 18,788 20,896 19,832 20,080 19,783 20,761 19,474 23,456 24,598 26,733 24,662 26,474
37,581 35,144 35,279 39,901 39,553 43,591 44,220 49,663 47,876 49,820 50,963 52,731 53,624

REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term agreements . . .

102




38,172 40,457 41,331 42,401 44,375 38,954 48,164 34,654 50,471 52,461 53,945 44,786 51,740
33,538 30,717 32,468 33,860 33,875 44,199 37,895 53,156 38,498 39,065 41,089 48,533 49,607

35. Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies
Millions of dollars, end of period

1981
Jan.
1 Federal and federally
sponsored agencies . .
2 Federal agencies
3
Defense Department1 . . .
4
Export- Import Bank 2 - 3 . .
5
Federal Housing
Administration 4 . . .
6
Government National
Mortgage Association participation
certificates* . . . . . .
7
Postal Service6
8
Tennessee Valley
Authority
9
United States Railway
Association6
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 Farm Credit Banks . . . .
18 Student Loan Marketing Association7 . . .
19
Other

24
25




Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

| Nov.

Dec.

195,056 194,926 198,828 200,434 205,020 208,961 213,690 218,362 223,393 226,010 226,269 227,210
28,769
600
11,239

28,596
591
11,201

29,397
576
11,881

29,502
566
11,868

29,311
556
11,850

29,945
546
12,423

29,978
536
12,401

30,088
526
12,385

30,870
516
12,855

31,069
514
12,845

31,156
490
12,829

31,806
484
13,339

476

468

464

459

449

448

443

449

432

427

419

413

2,817
1,770

2,817
1,770

2,817
1,770

2,775
1,770

2,775
1,538

2,715
1,538

2,715
1,538

2,715
1,538

2,715
1,538

2,715
1,538

2,715
1,538

2,715
1,538

11 375

11 550

11 680

11 845

11 930

12 060

12 130

12,260

12,599

12830

12965

13 115

492

199

209

219

213

215

215

215

215

200

200

202

166 287 166 330 169 431

1 70 932 175,709 179 016 183,712 188,274

192,523 194,941

195,113 195 404

41 819

42 275

43 791

44 357

47,121

49425

52,431

55,161

58,276

57,990

57,854

58 090

2,518

2,514

2,409

2,409

2,409

2,409

2,408

2,408

2,308

2,308

2,608

2,604

54,605
1 1 ,507

54,110
11,507

54,666
11,507

54,183
10,583

54,430
10,583

54,657
10,583

55,362
10,317

56,372
10,317

56,688
10,317

57,805
9,717

58,533
9,717

58,749
9,717

1,388
584
50,645

1,388
584
50,675

1,388
584
51,689

1,388
220
54,345

1,388
220
56,061

71,388
7,220
56,932

1,388
220
57,784

1,388
220
58,306

1,388
220
59,024

1,388
220
60,911

1,388
220
60,191

1,388
220
60,034

3,220

3,275
2

3,395
2

3,445
2

3,495
2

3,400
2

3,800
2

4,100
2

4,300
2

4,600
2

4,600
2

4,600
2

89,444

94,101

96,489

98,297 100,333 102,853 103,597 107,309 108,171 109,495 110,698

10 654
1,520

Lending to federal and
federally sponsored
agencies
Export-Import Bank 3
Postal Service6
Student Loan Marketing
Association
Tennessee Valley
Authority
United States Railway
Association6

Other lending9
26 Fanners Home
Administration
27 Rural Electrification
Administration
28 Other

Mar.

88,420

MEMO
20 Federal Financing
Bank debt6- ®

21
22
23

Feb.

10 654
1,520

11 346
1,520

11 346
1,520

1 1 ,346
1,288

11 933
1,288

1 1 ,933
1,288

11,933
1,288

12,409
1,288

12,409
1,288

12,409
1,288

12,741
1,288

3 220

3 395

3 445

3 495

3 400

3,800

4,000

4,300

4,600

4,600

4,600

9,825

9,955

10,120

10,205

10,335

10,405

10,535

10,874

11,105

11,240

11,390

492

199

209

219

213

215

215

215

215

200

200

200

39,271
. ..

3 275

9,650

39,851

41,791

43,456

44,746

45,691

47,396

47,171

48,821

48,571

49,029

48,821

9471
14,142

10,212
13,908

10,443
15,442

10,652
15,731

10,988
1 1 ,346
16,016 716,125

1 1 ,604
16,212

11,861
16,594

12,343
17,059

12,674
17,324

12,924
17,805

13,516
18,142

103

36. New security issues of state and local governments
Millions of dollars

1981
ype o issue or issuer,
Year
1 All issues, new and refunding1 . . 47,731
2
3
4
5

Type of issue
General obligation . . . .
U S . government loansRevenue
U.S. government loans-

12 394

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

2,722

2,976

3,944

5,203

3,548

4,908

3,211

3,113

3,910

4,097

729

884

34

2

2

, , . 35 337

1 993

55

5

2 092

2

1 256

1 369

1 318

1 391

1,075

2 688

3 834

3 517

2,136

10

5

2 230

4

1

1

1

6

5

1

5

Nov.

Dec.

5,355

4,744

1 000

560

8

2

748

1 315

749

2 113

3 350

3 349

4

9

5

4040

3 995

2

3
2

1

3

Type of issuer
5 288
6 State
7 Special district and statutory
authority
. ..
27499
8 Municipalities, counties,
townships, school districts . . . 14,941

478

530

349

544

639

585

353

446

92

439

518

315

1 455

I 472

2004

2 802

1 678

2691

1,733

I 701

2 749

2,467

3 439

3 308

789

973

1,591

1,856

1.231

1,631

1,125

966

1,070

1,191

1,398

1,120

9 Issues for new capital, total . . . . 46,530

2,722

2,907

3,920

5,029

3,546

4,832

3,200

2,460

3,904

4,009

5,318

4,683

338

305

515

153

203

239
796
979
541
850

499
700
953

561

322
461
881
319
619

222

576

147
640
796
396
405

286
757

355
955

1 873

1 813

1,015

676

639

1 150

523
476

10
11
12
13
14
15

Use of proceeds
Education
Transportation
Utilities and conservation
Social welfare
...
Industrial aid
Other purposes

104



4,547
3447
10,037
12 730
7,651
8 118

510

231

641

257

257

139
1 295

427
665

161
774

988

1 092

1 358

1 352

470
661

1 106

537
844
712
377
473

113
524
770
316
480

745

792

1,626

515
874
514

37. New security issues of corporations
Millions of dollars
Type of issue or issuer, or use

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

May

Apr.

June

July

Aug.

Sept,

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1980
1 All issues'

73,694

6,173

4,507

4,454

5,656

9,074

9,645

8,029

5,437

5,025

5,823

3,938

5,933

2 Bonds

53 206

4765

2 911

2 872

4,754

7,342

8282

6,652

4,213

2916

3 289

2 166

3 044

Type of offering
Public
Private placement

41,587
11 619

2,433
2 332

1 506
1 405

1 985

3,807

6,810

7 548

734

5,354
1,298

3,843

2,421

2,756

532

1 405

761

1 719
I 325

Industry group
Manufacturing
. . .
Commercial and miscellaneous . .
Transportation
Public utility
Communication
Real estate and financial

15 409
6,693
3 329
9,557
6683
1 1 ,534

936

927

744

605
414
1,289

310
257

2,405
561
365

1 545
206
346

723

2371
1,669
404
1 428

2,867
999
334

1,006

582
534
301

220
96
1 423

1,278

1 171
2,117

2 201

1,314

20,489

1,408

1,596

902

1,732

1,363

1,378

3,631
16,858

319

88

525

1,508

1,057

223
679

202

1,089

1 ,530

382
981

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

. .

1 1 Stocks
12
13

Type
Preferred
Common

14
IS
16
17
18
19

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous . .
Transportation
....
Public utility
Communication
...
Real estate and financial

4,839
5,245
549
6 230

567
3,059

516

887

208
181

1,582

947

1,697
457
152

572
598

209

365

380

598

81

215

127

313
59

426
58

404
36

374
9

512
27

202
9

319
53
67

615
25
338

535

135

627
39
65

408
27
109

494
126
406

351
787

360
1,018

165
390
714

370

971
580
565

1,224

101
1,123

495

533

553

623

132

390
409

609

325
240

442
147

509
165

569
517
477

2,109

392
1,717

769
763
569
2,534

566
147
732

1,772

314
653
793
2,889

542

256

241

1,992

1,516

2,648

293

502

851

418

844

238
32

569
54

400
117

509
53

908
95

108

463
46
152

633
6
345

526
17
574

227
113
452

669
65
308

1981
1 All Issues1

69,283

5,735

4t404

6,738

6,865

5,660

9,452

3,842

3,097

4,6%

4,368

8,518

5,908

2 Bonds . .

44,643

3,516

3,058

4,585

4,622

3,281

5,518

2,186

1,616

2,797

2,845

6,724

3,893

Type of offering
Public
Private placement

37 653
6,989

2928

2408

3 778

1,926

260

905
711

2,198

2,582

6560

807

954

2,520

4604

651

3,668

588

3 576

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous . .
Transportation
Public utility
Communication
..
Real estate and financial

12 325 1 700
243
5,229
2054
358
843
8,963
4280
62
1 1 ,793
311

1 219
393
47

1 086
305
201

1 416
371
201

507

308

452

21

189
120

390
95

201
63
1,012

617
51
1,008

1,422

1,215

24,642

2,219

1,346

2,153

2,243

1 7%
22,846

1,854

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

1 1 Stocks
12

14
15
16
17
18
19

Type
Preferred
Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous . .
Transportation
Public utility
Communication
Real estate and financial




4,838
7,426
735
5,486
1,778
4 371

365

630
284
485

150
1,196

607
964

851
568

298

85

1,855

2,158

761

914

1 2%
155
119
1,099

1 312
566
584

847
470

64
548

1,738

322
767
281

2,379

3,934

1,656

164
2,215

360
115
348
1,481

599

471
598

1,899

263

164

317

2054
949
130

954

83

802
326

1,065

2,463

1,319

1,523

1,794

2,015

850
82

582
106

187

67

14

186

141

59

80

3,747

1,589

1,467

1,713

1,382

1,735

1,935

607

208

735

531

905

382

335

160

117

193

407

601
81

816
21

477
151

958
47

1,024
18

340
29

661
91

487
87

258

603
149

449
23

564
15

456
23

562
14
284

260
31
165

414
168

717
56
310

173

296

843

1,036

632

308
73
571

248
12
310

514
369
325

438
7
412

405
85
318

604
95
580

105

38. Open-end investment companies1
Millions of dollars

1981
Item
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug. 1 Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1,676
1 193

1,347

1 696
1 112

2,000
1 594

1 785
1 250

1,910
1 512

1 639
1 297

1 768
1 175

584

1 729
1 125

535

398

342

2 140
1 769

406

1,457
1 422
35

593

604

371

1 Sales of own shares2
2 Redemptions of own shares^
3 Net sales

20,596
15,866
4,730

4 Assets4

55,207 56,160 56,452 59,146 58,531 60,081 58,887 57,494 54,221 51,659 54,335 57 408 55 207

5 Cash position^
6 Other

5 277 4 636 4 882 4 971 5 099 5 448 5 199 5 109 5 058 5 409 5 799 6 269 5 277
49930 51 524 51 570 54 175 53 432 54 633 53 688 52 385 49 163 46 250 48 536 51 139 49 930

483

960
387

1 449
1 457
-8

39. Corporate profits and their distribution
Billions of dollars; data are at seasonally adjusted annual rates.

1980

1979

Item

1979

1981

Ql
1 Corporate profits with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments . . .
2 Profits before tax . . . .
3
Profits tax liability
4
Profits after tax
..
5
Dividends
6
Undistributed profits
7 Inventory valuation adjustment
8 Capital consumption adjustment

181.6
242.4
84.6
157.8
58.1
99.7
-43.0
-17.8

Q2

Q3

04

190.6
232.1
81.2
150.9
65.1
85.8
-24.6
-16.8

201.3
251.4
90.1
161.3
51.8
109.5
-35.8
-14.3

197.2
252.7
88.2
164.5
52.4
112.1
-41.4
-14.2

197.5
257.4
87.8
169.6
52.6
117.0
-45.2
-14.7

183.1
249.2
84.2
165.0
53.9
111.1
-50.1
-16.0

....

194.8
252.7
87.6
165.1
52.7
112.4
-43.1
-14.8

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

195.3
268.2
95.3
172.9
56.2
116.7
-57.2
-15.7

172.2
217.6
73.3
144.3
57.8
86.5
-28.2
-=-17.2

177.8
238.1
82.2
155.9
58.7
97.2
-41.1
-19.3

181.2
245.9
87.8
158.1
59.6
98.5
-45.5
-19.2

200.3
253.1
91.5
161.6
61.5
100.1
-35.5
-17.3

185.1
225.4
79.2
146.2
64.0
82.2
-22.8
-17.5

193.1
233.3
82.4
150.9
66.8
84.1
-23.0
-17.1

183.9
216.5
71.6
144.9
68.1
76.8
-17.1
-15.5

Q3

Q4

.......

...

1980

1 Corporate profits with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments . . .
2
Profits before tax
3 Profits tax liability . . .
....
4
Profits after tax
5
Dividends
6
Undistributed profits
7 Inventory valuation adjustment
. ...
8 Capital consumption adjustment

...

1981

40. Current assets and liabilities of nonfinancial corporations1
Billions of dollars*, except for ratio

19 78

1977

1976

Ql
1 Current assets

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

782.5

805.3

821.4

827.4

848.2

864.7

890.7

912.7

937.6

967.7

1,007.2

1,043.7

91.2

93.5

93.6

105.5

2 Cash
3 U.S. government
securities
4 Notes and accounts
receivable
....
5 Inventories
6 Other

21 0

22 3

22 1

23 5

23 9

19 6

18 9

18 2

18.2

16.8

15.7

17.3

281 7
325 1
74.3

290 3
334 7
75.6

298 5
343 5
76 5

2929
342 5

305 4
353 4
82.8

315 4
360 3

330.8
369 2
86.1

330.3
376 9
90.1

343.0
392.4
92.9

361.8
401.6
94.0

382.5
418.3
97.2

388.0
431.6
101.3

7 Current liabilities . . .

465.1

476.5

490.9

495.1

511.8

520.1

541.4

557.1

584.1

602.5

634.3

669.3

8 Notes and accounts
payable
9 Other .

265.3
199 8

275.7
200.8

279.3
211 6

282.1
213 0

291.1
220.7

297.9
222 3

308.9
232.4

317.6
239.6

330.1
254.1

343.6
258.9

363.0
271.3

382.9
286.4

317.4

328.8

330.5

332.4

336.4

344.5

349.3

355.5

353.6

365.2

372.9

374.4

1.682

1.690

1.673

1.671

1.657

1.662

1.645

1.638

1.605

1.606

1.588

1.559

10 Net working capital . .
1 1 Current ratio

2

106



80 3

82 3

80 9

88 2

803

82 7

85 0

844

85 6

97 2

40. Current assets and liabilities of nonfinancial corporations1—Continued
Billions of dollars, except for ratio

1980

1979
Account

Qi
1 Current assets

Q4

Q3

Q2

Ql

Q2

1981
Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

(33

Q4

1,095.6

1,123.6

1,186.0

1,218.2

1,260.8

1,268.0

1,299.9

1,336.1

1,374.6

1,385.9

1,405.7

1,419.3

103.9

2 Cash .
3 U.S. government
securities
4 Notes and accounts
receivable
5 Inventories
6 Other

101.4

105.2

118.0

113.4

115.6

118.4

127.3

126.9

126.7

125.7

132.1

18.5

20.0

17.1

17.0

16.8

15.8

18.7

19.9

19.8

20.5

18.6

18.6

412.3
456.1
104.8

425.3
469.6
107.4

457.4
493.5
112.8

461.1
505.5
116.7

478.0
525.5
127.1

474.6
534.4
127.7

493.2
536.6
133.0

509.0
540.2
139.6

524.2
555.4
148.4

528.3
559.3
151.0

535.4
569.8
156.3

527.9
578.5
162.2

7 Current liabilities . . .

708.1

726.2

777.9

807.8

837.9

830.3

857.5

886.8

916.1

921.6

954.1

%4.1

8 Notes and accounts
navable
9 Other

399.6
308.5

413.5
312.6

445.0
332.9

461.2
346.6

474.1
363.9

470.6
359.8

486.0
371.5

508.3
378.5

510.3
405.8

513.1
408.4

533.6
420.5

544.2
419.9

387.5

397.4

408.1

410.5

422.9

437.6

442.4

449.3

458.5

464.3

451.7

455.1

1.547

1.547

1.525

1.508

1.505

1.527

1.516

1.507

1.500

1.504

1.473

1.472

10 Net working capital . .
2

1 1 Current ratio

41. Total nonfarm business expenditures on new plant and equipment
Billions of dollars; quarterly data are at seasonally adjusted annual rates.

1981
Industry

Year

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

321.49

312.24

316.73

328.25

327.83

61.84
64.95

61.24
63.27

63.10
62.40

62.58
67.53

60.78
66.14

16.86

16.20

16.80

17.55

16.81

4.24
3.81
4.00

4.23
3.85
3.66

4.38
3.29
4.04

4.18
3.34
4.09

4.18
4.82
4.12

29.74
8.65
86.33
41.06

1 Total nonfarm business

27.69
8.36
83.43
40.32

29.32
8.53
85.88
39.02

30.54
9.01
87.55
41.89

31.14
8.60
88.33
42.92

Manufacturing
2 Durable goods industries
3 Nondurable goods industiies
Nonmanufacturing
4 Mining
Transportation
5
Railroad
6 Air .
7
Other
Public utilities
8
Electric . . . .
9
Gas and other
10 Trade and service
11 Commercial and other1

42. Domestic finance companies—Assets and liabilities
Billions of dollars, end of period

1981

19 81

Ql
Gross accounts receivable
1 Consumer
2
Business
3 Total
. . .
4 LESS: Reserves for unearned income
and losses
5 Net accounts receivable
6 Cash and bank deposits, securities,
and all other
7 Total assets




Q2

Q3

76 1 790 84 5 85.5
72.7 78.2 76.9 81.0
148 7 157.2 161 3 166.5
24 3 25 7 27 7 28 9
124 5 131.4 133 6 138.1
30 8

155.3

31 6

163.0

345
168.1

Ql

34 2

172.3

8
9
10
11
12

14 Total liabilities and capital

Q3

Q4

14.4
49.0

15.4
51.2

23 6

8.2

....

8.5

51.6
17 3

Bank loans
Commercial paper
Short-term debt, n.e.c
Long-term debt, n.e.c
Other debt

13 Capital, surplus, and
undivided profits . . .

Q2

13.1
44.2

Q4

52.6
17 0

14 7
51.2
11.9
50.7
17 1

209

21 5

22 4

155.3

163.0 168.1

9.6
54.8
17 8

172.3

107

43. Business credit of domestic finance companies
A. Accounts receivable, 1981
Millions of dollars
Type
1
2
3
4

5

Total outstanding, end of period
Retail automotive (commercial
vehicles)
Wholesale automotive
Retail paper on business,
industrial, and farm
equipment
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts
receivable
All other business credit

Changes during period,
seasonally adjusted
6 Retail automotive (commercial
vehicles)
7 Wholesale automotive
8 Retail paper on business,
industrial, and farm
equipment
9 Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts
receivable
10 All other business credit

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

12,248
11,782

11,968
11,691

11,766
11,019

11,646
11,669

11,484
12,481

11,397
13,639

11,296
13,613

11,210
11,781

11,188
11,312

11,226
11,986

11,275
12,776

11,401
13,103

23,615

23,657

23,657

23,872

24,511

25,148

25,858

26,032

26,135

27,017

27,738

27,959

7,626
17,018

7,650
17,966

7,867
18,341

8,019
18,859

8,319
19,013

8,683
19,365

8,517
19,147

8,984
19,177

8,606
19,636

8,569
19,707

8,627
19,867

8,695
19,440

-160
-295
-494 -1,075

-213
890

-152
682

-217
1,085

-128
588

63
99
-62 -1,216

-41
184

188
534

-5
-48

307

76

510

387

--352
543

-21
220

83
80

-91
-141

-126
-310
458

591

556

56

608

456

539

-73

519
161

-262
605

178
-137

139
537

488
187

180
346

-97
311

519
-17

B. Extensions and repayments, 1981
Millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted
Type
Extensions
1 Retail automotive (commercial
vehicles)
2 Wholesale automotive
3 Retail paper on business,
industrial, and farm
equipment
4 Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts
receivable
5 All other business credit
Repayments
6 Retail automotive (commercial
vehicles)
7 Wholesale automotive
8 Retail paper on business,
industrial, and farm
equipment
9 Loans on. commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts
receivable
10 All other business credit

108




Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

921
5,554

885
5,351

749
5,050

790
5,865

830
5,426

734
6,267

838
5,657

988
5,905

1,022
5,203

877
4,804

1,081
5,275

898
3,408

1,564' 1,800

1,788

1,384

1,595

1,774

1,523

1,701

1,446

1,352

2,091

1,701

6,362
2,410

7,792
2,379

8,142
2,367

7,735
2,359

8,696
2,436

8,267
2,460

8,824
2,577

9,459
2,303

8,721
2,460

8,061
2,299

9,120
2,462

7,378
2,348

1,047
5,864

1,045
5,845

1,044
6,125

1,003
4,975

982
4,744

951
5,182

966
5,069

925
5,967

923
6,419

918
4,620

893
4,741

903
3,456

1,106

1,209

1,232

1,328

987

1,318

984

1,774

1,139

1,276

1,581

1,314

5,843
2,249

8,054
1,774

7,964
2,504

7,596
1,822

8,208
2,249

8,087
2,114

8,921
2,266

8,940
2,320

9,073
1,917

8,082
2,079

9,037
2,382

7,469
2,489

44. Mortgage markets
Millions of dollars, except as noted

1981

Item

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June | July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct. | Nov.

Dec.

Terms and yields in primary and secondary markets
PRIMARY MARKETS
Conventional mortgages on new homes
Terms1
Purchase price (thousands of dollars) . .
Amount of loan (thousands of dollars) .
Loan-price ratio (percent)
Maturity (years)
Fees and charges
(percent of loan amount)^
6 Contract rate (percent per annum) . . . .

87.0
63.0
75.6
29.1

90.3
65.6
75.6
29.0

90.9
64.5
73.9
28.7

88.5
64.1
74.7
28.6

88.9
65.5
76.7
28.5

94,1
66.8
72.6
27.5

95.2
67,9
73.9
28.3

98.1
70.3
74.7
27.2

89.1
64.8
74.1
26.6

89.2
63.5
73.0
27.4

84.5
62.7
77.3
23,4

88.7
64.4
75.3
27.7

2.40
12.80

2.59
13.02

2.64
13.48

2.61
13.62

2.60
13.56

2.50
2.73
14.12 14,13

2.98
14.60

2.75
14.69

2.86
15.04

2.52
15.68

2.87
15.23

Yield (percent per annum)
1 FHLBB series3 .
8 HUD series4

13.26
14.95

13.54
15.10

14.02
15.25

14.15
15.70

14.10
16.35

14,67 14.72
16.40 16.70

15.27
17.50

15.29
18.30

15.65
18.05

16.38
16.95

15.87
17.00

14.23
13.50

M.79
14.13

15.04
14.22

15.91
14.69

16.03
15.31

16.31 16.76
15.02 15.76

17.96
16.67

18.55
17.06

17.43
16.54

15.98
15.10

16.43
15.51

14.87
14.95

15.24
15.05

15.64
15.29

16.54
15.66

16.93
16.44

16.17
16.30

17.63
17.59

18.99
19.14

18,13
18.61

16.64
17.20

16.92
16.95

1
2
3
4
5

SECONDARY MARKETS
Yield (percent per annum)
9 FHA mortgages (HUD series)5
10 GNMA securities6
FNMA auctions7
1 1 Government-underwritten loans . . . .
12 Conventional loans

16,65
16.44

Activity in secondary markets
FEDERAL NATIONAL
MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period)
13 Total
14 FHA/VA8
15 Conventional
Mortgage transactions (during period)
16 Purchases .
17 Sales

57,390 57,434 57,362 57,436 57,586 57,657 57,979 58,722 59,682 60,489 60,949 61,412
38,956 38,972 38,878 38,919 39,030 38,988 39,108 39,368 39,792 40,043 40,056 39,997
18,435 18,462 18,484 18,518 18,557 18.669 18,870 19,354 19,890 20,445 20,885 21,435
185
0

161
0

87
0

206
1

283
0

. ..

241
3,063

244
2,683

320
2,173

383
2,031

Auction of four-month commitments
to buy
Government-underwritten loans
Offered10
Accepted
Conventional loans
Offered10 .
Accented

210.7
110.8

154.2
87.7

169.0
69.0

32.0
30.3

108.6
79.1

5 039
2,214
2 825

Mortgage transactions (during period)
27 Purchases
28 Sales
Mortgage commitments12
29 Contracted (during period)
30 Outstanding (end of period)

Mortgage commitments9
18 Contracted (during period)
19 Outstanding (end of period)

20
21
22
23

247
0

627
0

944
0

1,125
0

1,000
0

594
0

655
0

802
2,328

1,110 1,662
3,103 4,039

1,394
4,399

811
3,997

533
3,447

560
3,354

1,272
3,577

139.1
114.5

204,8
179.1

237.6 331,9
127.1 290.4

689.5
336.6

145.9
64.1

66.3
37.3

79.0
34.4

59.2
27.0

104,0
62.0

126.9
92.0

281.3
155.9

307.1
224.0

306.6
238.2

862,2
304.3

120.7
67,9

43.2
27.5

147.7
63.1

84.4
48.0

5 107
2,223
2 883

5 161
2,229
2931

5 176
2,224
2,952

5 223
2,235
2,988

5 257
2,241
3,016

5 250
2,233
3 017

5 294
2,238
3,056

5 431
2,264
3,167

5469
2,267
3 202

5 283
2,232
3051

5 255
2 227
3 028

192
168

179
94

148
127

125
97

480
422

139
94

242
238

10"!
44

337
249

290
244

416
596

1 140
1,158

203
487

90
394

475
699

118
678

130
322

293
1,018

866
824

386
1,028

365
982

I 834
2,863

2011
4,451

203
3,518

FEDERAL HOME LOAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period)11
24 Total
25 FHA/VA
26 Conventional




109

45. Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property1
Millions of dollars, end of period

1979

1980

Type of holder, and type of property
Ql

6 Major financial institutions
7 Commercial banks^
....
8
1- to 4-family
9
Multifamily
10
Commercial
11
Farm
...
....
12 Mutual savings banks
13
1- to 4-family
14
Multifamily
15
Commercial
16
Farm
17 Savings and loan associations
18
1- to 4-family
19
Multifamily
20
Commercial
21 Life insurance companies
22
1- to 4-family
23
Multifamily
24
Commercial
25
Farm

. .,
...

...

,. .
. .

26 Federal and related agencies
,
27 Government National Mortgage Association . . .
28
1- to 4-family
29
Multifamily
30 Farmers Home Administration
31
1- to 4-family
32
Multifamily . . . .
33
Commercial
34
Farm
35 Federal Housing and Veterans Administrations
36
1- to 4-family
37
Multifamily
38 Federal National Mortgage Association
39
1- to 4-family , .
...
40
Multifamily
41 Federal Land Banks
42
1- to 4-family
43
Farm
44 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
..
45
1- to 4-family .
....
46
Multifamily

. .

3

47 Mortgage pools or trusts
48 Government National Mortgage Association
49
1- to 4-family
50
Multifamily . , . . . '
51 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
52
1- to 4-family
53
Multifamily
.
....
54 Farmers Home Administration
55
1- to 4-family
56
Multifamily
57
Commercial .
...
58
Farm
59 Individuals and others4
60
1- to 4-family
61 Multifamily
62 Commercial
63 Farm

110



....
....

. ...
...

Q4

Ql

Q2

1,245,902

1,289,351

1,326,785

1,357,582

1,378,677

788,903
122,501
216,008
73,959

1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm

Q3

1,201,371

1 All holders
2
3
4
5

Q2

821,302
124,764
222,054
77,782

853,476
126,344
228,888
80,643

880,369
128,167
235,572
82,677

900,701
129,504
241,353
86,024

912,399
132,229
245,006
89,043

865,594
219,655
132,803
10,324
68,005
8,523
96,145
63,805
16,285
16,007
48
441,377
363,739
36,678
40,960
108,417
14,507
19,080
63,908
10,922

893,582
228,820
138,624
10,493
71,040
8,663
97,156
64,365
16,643
16,099
49
456,483
377,466
37,066
41,951
111,123
14,489
19,102
66,055
11,477

919,311
238,797
145,093
10,937
74,051
8,716
97,929
65,182
16,589
16,119
39
468,217
387,918
37,270
43,029
114,368
14,884
19,107
68,513
11,864

938,567
245,187
149,460
11,180
75,957
8,590
98,908
66,140
16,557
16,162
49
475,688
394,345
37,579
43,764
118,784
16,193
19,274
71,137
12,180

952,214
250,686
152,592
11,807
77,688
8,599
99,152
66,451
16,390
16,271
40
479,981
398,864
36,959
44,158
122,395
17,143
19,265
73,554
12,433

958,779
252,972
153,816
12,267
78,417
8,472
99,150
66,599
16,181
16,330
40
481,093
399,788
37,381
43,924
125,564
17,804
19,292
75,725
12,743

86,579
3,448
821
2,627
956
302
180
283
191
5,412
1,733
3,679
46,410
40,702
5,708
26,893
1,042
25,851
3,460
2,685
775

89,913
3,425
800
2,625
1,200
363
75
278
484
5,415
1,798
3,617
48,206
42,543
5,663
28,459
1,198
27,261
3.208
2,489
719

92,927
3,382
780
2,602
1,383
163
299
262
659
5,456
1,872
3,584
49,173
43,534
5,639
29,804
1,374
28,430
3,729
2,850
879

97,084
3,852
763
3,089
1,274
417
71
174
612
5,555
1,955
3,600
51,091
45,488
5,603
31,277
1,552
29,725
4,035
3,059
976

103,921
3,919
749
3,170
2,845
1,139
408
409
889
5,621
2,022
3,599
53,990
48,394
5,596
33,311
1,708
31,603
4,235
3,210
1,025

108,539
4,466
736
3,730
3,375
1,383
636
402
954
5,691
2,085
3,606
55,419
49,837
5,582
35,574
1,893
33,681
4,014
3,037
977

94,551
57,955
56,269
1,686
12,467
10,088
2,379
24,129
13,883
1,465
3,660
5,121

102,259
63,000
61,246
1,754
13,708
11,096
2,612
25,551
14,329
1,764
3,833
5,625

110,648
69,357
67,535
1,822
14,421
11,568
2,853
26,870
14,972
1,763
4,054
6,081

119,278
76,401
74,546
1,855
15,180
12,149
3,031
27,697
14,884
2,163
4,328
6,322

124,632
80,843
78,872
1,971
15,454
12,359
3,095
28,335
14,926
2,159
4,495
6,755

129,647
84,282
82,208
2,074
16,120
12,886
3,234
29,245
15,224
2,159
4,763
7,099

154,647
86,524
21,635
23,185
23,303

160,148
90,496
22,631
22,798
24,223

166,465
95,751
23,000
22,860
24,854

171,856
99,418
23,189
24,050
25,199

176,815
102,272
24,060
24,778
25,705

181,712
105,103
25,110
25,445
26,054

45. Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1981

1980
Q3

Q4

1,411,759
937 137
134,408
249,606
90,608

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

1,445,966

1,468,053

1,499,066

1,526,086

1,545,286

961 340
1 36 953
255,655
92,018

974 41 1
137 946
261,242
94,454

993 794
139 199
268,561
97,512

1 010 932
140 453
274,665
100,036

1 021 532
142 038
279,904
101,812

977,500
258 003
157,046
12 591
79,775
8,591
99 306
66,912
16088
16,276
30
492,129
410,091
37 746
44,292
128 062
17,990
19,338
77,916
12,818

997,168
263 030
160 326
12 924
81 081
8,699
99 865
67 489
16 058
16 278
40
503 192
419,763
38 142
45,287
HI 081
17 943
19,514
80 666
12,958

1,007,240
266 734
161,758
13 282
83 133
8,561
99 719
67,619
15 955
16 105
40
507 556
423,606
38 219
45,731
133 231
17 847
19,579
82 839
12,966

1,023,793
273 225
164,873
13 800
86091
8,461
99 993
68,035
15 909
15 999
50
515 256
430,703
38 077
46,476
135 319
17,646
19,603
85,038
13,032

1,037,086
281 126
169 378
14 478
88 836
8,434
100 200
68,256
15 972
15 942
30
518 778
433,646
38 338
46,794
136 982
17,512
19,592
86,742
13,136

1,044,012
286 626
172,549
14 905
90 717
8,455
99 990
68,201
15 936
15 813
40
518 350
433,289
38 306
46,755
139 046
17,382
19,486
89,089
13,089

26 Federal and related agencies
27 Government National Mortgage Association
28
1- to 4-family
29
Multifamily .
30 Farmers Home Administration
31
1- to 4-family
32
Multifamily
...
33
Commercial
34
Farm
35 Federal Housing and Veterans Administrations
36
1- to 4-family
37
Multifamily
38 Federal National Mortgage Association
39
1- to 4-family
40
Multifamily . . . .
41 Federal Land Banks
42
1- to 4-family . .
43
Farm
44 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
45
1- to 4-family
46
Multifamily . . . .

110,526
4 389
719
3,670
3,525
978
774
370
1,403
5,600
1,986
3 614
55,632
50071
5,561
36 837
1,985
34 852
4,543
3 459
1,084

1 14,300
4 642
704
3 938
3,492
916
610
411
1 555
5,640
2,051
3 589
57,327
51 775
5552
38 131
2099
36032
5 068
3 873
1 195

116,243
4 826
696
4 130
2,837
1 321
528
479
509
5,799
2,135
3 664
57,362
51 842
5 520
40 258
2 228
38 030
5 161
3 953
1,208

119,124
4972
698
4 274
2,662
1 151
464
357
690
5,895
2,172
3 723
57,657
52 181
5,476
42 681
2,401
40 280
5,257
4025
1,232

121,772
4 382
696
3 686
1,562
500
242
325
495
6,005
2,240
3 765
59,682
54 227
5,455
44 708
2,605
42 103
5,433
4 166
1,267

126,186
4 765
693
4072
2,235
914
473
506
342
6,073
2,293
3 780
61,412
55 986
5,426
46 446
2,788
43 658
5,255
4018
1,237

47 Mortgage pools or trusts^
48 Government National Mortgage Association
49
1- to 4-family . .
50
Multifamily
51 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
52
1- to 4-family
53
Multifamily . .
54 Farmers Home Administration
55
1- to 4-family
56
Multifamily . . .
57
Commercial
58
Farm

136 583
89,452
87,276
2,176
16,659
13,318
3,341
30472
16,226
2,235
5 059
6,952

142 258
93,874
91 602
2 272
16,854
13,471
3 383
31 530
16,683
2 612
5 271
6,964

147 246
97,184
94,810
2 374
17,067
13,641
3 426
32 995
16,640
2,853
5 382
8,120

152 308
100,558
98,057
2 501
17,565
14,115
3,450
34 185
17,165
3,097
5 750
8,173

158 140
103,750
101,068
2,682
17,936
14,401
3,535
36 454
18,407
3,488
6040
8,519

162 273
105,790
103,007
2,783
19,843
15,888
3,955
36640
18,378
3,426
6,161
8,675

59 Individuals and others4
60
1- to 4-family
61 Multifamily
62 Commercial
63 Farm

187 150
109,080
26,190
25918
25,962

192 240
112,645
27 164
26 661
25,770

197 324
116,315
27,208
27 573
26,228

203 841
120,572
27,593
28 850
26,826

209 088
123,830
27,953
29 986
27,319

212 815
126,146
28,253
30 863
27,553

1 All holders
2
3
4
5

1- to 4-family
Multifamily . . . .
Commercial
Farm

...

6 Major financial institutions
7 Commercial banks^
8
1- to 4-family
9
Multifamily
10
Commercial . . .
....
11
Farm
12 Mutual savings banks
13
1- to 4-family
14
Multifamily
15
Commercial . .
16
Farm
17 Savings and loan associations
18
1- to 4-family
19
Multifamily
20
Commercial
21 Life insurance companies
22
1- to 4-family . .
23
Multifamily
24
Commercial . . . .
25
Farm




,.

.. .

111

46. Installment credit—Total outstanding, and net change1
Millions of dollars

1980
Holder, and type of credit
Jan.

| Feb.

Mar.

[ Apr.

May

| June]

July

Aug. | Sept. | Oct.

[ Nov.

| Dec.

Amounts outstanding (end of period)
1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

310,920 310,033 309,004 307,632 305,599 304,207 304,055 306,369 307,549 307,556 308,296 313,472

By major holder
Commercial banks . .
Finance companies ..
Credit unions
Retailers2
Savings and loans . ..
Gasoline companies .
Mutual savings banks

153,636 153,308 152,347 150,937 149,238 147,883 146,975 147,395
68,724 69,545 70,421 71,545 72,101 73,118 73,909 74,433
4 , 6 45,964 45,730 44,954 44,139 42,995 42,644 43,347
646
27,216 26,252 25,495 25,073 24,970 24,786 24,620 24,918
8,991
9,141
8,398
8,533
8,618
8,756 8,782 8,823
4,282 4 4 9
,6
3,983
3,799
3,775
3,790
3,762 3,759
2,634
2,666
2,681
2,656
2,603
2,605
2,610 2,619

By major credit type
Automobile
Commercial banks . ..
Indirect paper
Direct loans
Credit unions
Finance companies ..
Revolving
Commercial banks .. .
Retailers
Gasoline
Mobile home
Commercial banks .. .
Finance companies . .
Savings and loans . . .
Credit unions
Other
Commercial banks . . .
Finance companies . .
Credit unions
Retailers
Savings and loans . ..
Mutual savings banks

116,719 117,202 117,642 117,502 117,058 116,456 116,253 117,125 117,162 117,086 116,989 116,838
67,166 67,119 66,786 65,837 65,035 64,224 63,472 63,434 63,115 62,779 62,320 61,536
38,249 38,312 38,257 37,767 37,435 36,948 36,324 36,231 36,042 35,884 35,630 35,233
660
28,917 28,807 28,529 28,070 27,600 27,276 27,148 27,203 27,073 26,895 2 , 9 26,303
22,220 21,955 21,868 21,497 21,107 20,558 20,392 20,728 20,831 20,810 20,852 21,060
27,333 28,128 28,988 30,168 30,916 31,674 32,389 32,963 33,216 33,497 33,817 34,242
56,164 55,153 54,146 53,491 53,036 52,850 52,833 53,562 53,806 53,593 54,104 58,352
29,801 29,641 29,177 28,987 28,617 28,280 28,088 28,337 28,451 28,288 28,226 29,765
22,564 21,737 21,179 20,742 20,660 20,587 2 , 6 20,756 20,760 20,862 21,548 24,119
043
,6
4,282 4 4 9 4,595
4,330 4 4 8
4,443
3,983
3,799
3,790 3,762 3,759
3,775
,6
16,832 16,875 16,944 16,974 16,912 16,988 16,992 17,050 17,083 17,255 17,279 17,322
10,621 10,628 10,635 10,596 10,532 10,593 10,556 10,546 10,508 10,481 10,438 10,371
3,601
3,566
3,546
3,702
3,657
3,544
3,529
3,415
3,428 3,475
3,523
3,745
2,654
2,511
2,391
2,382
2,302
2,477
2,437
2,348
2,331
2,675
2,377
2,737
464
494
463
461
453
486
463
460
469
478
469
488
121,205 120,803 120,272 119,665 118,593 117,913 117,977 118,632 119,498 119,622 119,924 120,960
549
476 489 508 554
4 , 4 45,920 45,749 45,517 45,054 4 , 8 4 , 5 4 , 7 4 , 4 45,613 4 , 2 45,341
608
37,976 37,989 37,958 37,854 37,656 37,900 37,974 37,904 38,006 37,831 38,171 38,769
23,752 23,521 23,376 22,979 22,563 21,977 21,799 22,158 22,268 22,245 22,290 22,512
4,162 4,185
4,316 4,331
4,202 4,232 4,329
4,310 4,199 4,157
4,652 4,515
6,202 6,270 6,379 6 4 0 6,432 6,554 6,664 6,755
7,012
6,957
,0
6,096
7,174
2,634 2,666 2,740 2,774 2,790 2,835
2,610 2,619
2,681
2,603
2,656
2,605

147,618 147,161 146,413
74,823 74,985 7 , 9
560
43,562 43,518 4 , 0
366
24,945 25,064 25,780
9 2 6 9,611
,6
9,687
4,595
4,443
4,330
2,740
2,774
2,790

147,013
76,756
44,041
2,4
848
9,911
448
,6
2,835

Net change (during period)3
787

852

402

617

1,349

1,032
1,395
- 354
12
227
107
-49

-264 -1,720 -1,936 -1,783 -1,112
-384
1,138
824
250
744
439
387
- 277 - 737 - 987 -1,298
- 270
465
-93
-279
-46
68
89
160
137
183
100
%
155
5
71
-42
-20
98
132
136
-58
16
-8
4
5
18

17
613
36
12
93
49
32

-318
454
63
-161
246
75
43

-342
594
218
52
-14
72
37

-546
860
378
316
190
83
68

982
233
143
90
-200
949
689
523
59
107
55
5
39
16
-5
644
271
407
-149
-47
211
-49

512
-649 -1,041 -1,026
-348 -1,183 -1,009 -1,007
-601
-85
-628
-461
-263
-555
-548 -406
-112 -350 -481
-636
617
972
884
449
264 -405
-121
-259
136
-80 -240
-338
1
57
-283
119
71
-42
-20
98
14
-50
58
55
-3
-48
-71
26
12
49
44
7
12
26
23
29
-3
-8
-9
-9
-982
-177 -715 -1,297
-464
-49
-409
-616
-104 -206
117
115
-653
-162
-379 -497
-150
4
-47
-51
67
125
157
77
4
-58
16
-8

145
-301
-232
-69
10
436
54
1
4
49
33
-32
30
35
0
620
349
147
26
8
58
32

263
-286
-108
-178
18
531
-86
-32
-129
75
126
-36
42
120
0
99
36
-119
45
-32
126
43

105
-278
-128
-150
101
282
142
-2
72
72
27
-30
44
11
2
343
-32
268
115
-20
-25
37

270
-523
-254
-269
174
619
413
8
322
83
79
-21
48
47
5
587
-10
193
199
-6
143
68

2,635

230
,7

32
33
34
35
36
37
38

By major holder
Commercial banks ..
Finance companies ..
Credit unions
Retailers2
Savings and loans .. .
Gasoline companies .
Mutual savings banks

543
1,013
738
307
67
-10
-23

39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60

By major credit type
Automobile
Commercial banks , ..
Indirect paper
Direct loans
Credit unions
Finance companies . .
Revolving
Commercial banks ....
Retailers
Gasoline companies . .
Mobile home
Commercial banks . ..
Finance companies ..
Savings and loans . . .
Credit unions
Other
Commercial banks . ..
Finance companies . .
Credit unions
Retailers
Savings and loans . ..
Mutual savings banks

1,538
204
147
57
434
900
437
108
339
-10
104
38
47
8
11
556
193
66
293
-32
59
-23

31 Total

112




654 -1,755 -2,647 -2,071

-562

-456
-822
-605
-217
-108
474
198
-99
165
132
9
-28
-2
45
-6
-313
-163
-33
-156
-76
110
5

411
-288
-232
-56
215
484
281
-24
169
136
22
-19
14
21
6
73
-53
-111
244
-9
-16
18

46. Installment credit—Total outstanding, and net change1—Continued
Millions of dollars
Holder, and type of credit

1981
Jan.

| Feb.

Mar. [ Apr. [ May

June

July

| Aug.

Sept. [ Oct. [ Nov. [ Dec.

Amounts outstanding (end of period)
1 Total

310,760 309,385 311,071 313,669 315,679 318,792 320,656 324,161 328,187 328,652 329,053 333,375

By major holder

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Commercial banks . .
Finance companies . .
Credit unions
Retailers2
Savings and loans . . .
Gasoline companies .
Mutual savings banks

145,077 143,429 143,397 143,680 143,841 145,125 145,382 146,006 147,060 146,889 146,687
77,131 78,090 79,490 81,033 81,794 82,723 83,924 86,152 88,698 89,583 89,956
606
43,601 43,776 44,212 44,390 45,055 45,686 4 , 9 46,605 46,791 46,416 4 , 9
602
27,439 26,507 26,097 26,263 26,287 26,394 26,396 26,477 26,594 26,922 27,510
10,023 10,173 10,458 10,792 11,148 11,115 10,959 11,125 11,236 11,348 11,529
5,004
4 9 0 5,078
,0
5,007
4,668
4,578 4,571
4,650
4,705
4,713
447
,8
2,792
2,849 2,821
2,801
2,821
2,832
2,846
2,861
2,849
2,781
2,792

149,300
89,818
45,954
29,551
11,598
4,403
2,751

By major credit type

9 Automobile
10 Commercial banks .. .
11
Indirect paper
Direct loans
12
13 Credit unions
14 Finance companies . .
15 Revolving
16 Commercial banks .. .
17 Retailers
18 Gasoline
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

115,778 116,195 118,049
60,124 59,579 59,910
34,306 34,007 34,343
25,818 25,572 25,567
20,850 20,933 21,142
34,804 35,683 36,997
57,556 56,047 55,356
29,705 29,148 28,776
209
23,183 22,321 2 , 0
4,571
4 6 8 4,578
,6
17,202 17,113 17,162
10,229 10,098 10,042
3,741
3,740 3,762
2,888
2,809
2,768
470
464
466
120,224 120,030 120,504
4,0 4,6
464 469
45,019
38,586 38,667 38,731
22,287 22,377 22,600
4,088
4,186
4,256
7,364 7,570
7,255
2,821
2,832 2,846

119,076 119,582 120,400 121,476 123,481 125,703 126,344 126,385 126,431
59,849 59,819 59,907 59,908 59,747 59,451 59,242 59,125 59,181
34,288 34,289 34,402 34,505 34,599 34,616 34,651 34,781 35,097
25,561 25,530 25,505 25,403 25,148 24,835 24,591 24,344 24,084
21,227 21,545 21,847 22,044 22,286 22,375 22,196 22,041 21,975
496
38,000 38,218 38,646 39,525 41,448 43,877 4 , 0 45,219 45,275
55,716 55,820 56,798 56,764 57,280 58,318 58,451 58,923 63,049
28,880 28,871 29,523 29,290 29,778 30,686 30,763 30,876 33,110
22,186 22,244 22,375 22,396 22,498 22,625 22,975 23,560 25,536
4 9 0 5,078
,0
504
,0
5,007
4,705
4,403
4,487
4,713
4,650
17,342 17,576 17,704 17,760 17,959 18,124 18,300 18,380 18,486
10,062 10,109 10,159 10,168 10,213 10,241 10,288 10,267 10,300
4,178
444
,9
4,384
3,990 4,076
3,828
4,282
3,909
4,439
3,134
3,072
3,026
3,069
3,103
3,079
3,203
3,184
2,980
494
490
486
496
498
479
489
490
472
121,535 122,701 123,890 124,656 125,441 126,042 125,557 125,365 125,409
679
656
44,889 45,042 45,536 46,016 46,268 46,682 4 , 9 46,419 4 , 0
007
39,205 39,667 4 , 8 40,323 40,526 40,539 40,293 40,298 4 , 4
009
22,691 23,031 23,353 23,563 23,823 23,918 23,726 23,561 23,490
3,947
3,979
400
,0
4,077
3,969
4,019
4,043
4,015
3,950
8,214
7,933
806
,4
8,053
8,133
8,069
8,395
8,345
7,812
2,792
2,801
2,849
2,821
2,849
2,751
2,781
2,861
2,792
Net change (during period)3

31 Total

32
33
34
35
36
37
38

1,206

1,845

2,971

2,722

1,571 2,031

-1,020
1,113
288
409
232
106
78

-695
1,530
444
103
254
209
0

434
1,539
287
227
418
61
5

46
1,253
272
531
421
141
58

211
409
391
-3
519
67
-23

715
570
219
416
45
78
-12

31
-1,159
-827
-332
206
984
591
93
392
106
-59
-120
15
46
0
643
166
114
82
17
186
78

831
-494
-345
-149
211
1,114
319
44
66
209
-87
-142
18
31
6
782
-103
398
227
37
223
0

1,526
73
156
-83
132
1,321
510
189
260
61
64
-59
25
97
1
871
231
193
154
-33
321
5

648
-241
-127
-114
142
747
940
255
544
141
183
23
58
99
3
951
9
448
127
-13
322
58

-114
-127
-29
-08
160
-147
356
236
53
67
248
12
78
152
6
1,081
90
478
225
-56
367
-23

149
-122
-1
-121
106
165
1,007
569
360
78
110
9
85
14
2
765
259
320
111
56
31
-12

1,551 2,428

2,975

1,002

600

-33

29
948
532
265
-175
4
-52

-246
2,383
245
-13
42
33
-16

427
2,682
-134
11
71
-62
-20

-76
1,204
-209
104
32
-42
-11

433
462
-224
-126
121
-81
15

1,160
-414
-369
-338
57
-98
-31

1,056
47
196
-149
263
746
116
-205
317
4
59
12
81
-44
10
320
175
121
259
-52
-131
-52

1,859
-347
-42
-305
106
2,100
177
126
18
33
156
24
93
37
2
236
-49
190
137
-31
5
-16

2,079
-404
-79
-325
-82
2,565
571
593
40
-62
157
30
102
26
-1
168
208
15
-51
-29
45
-20

1,024
-226
16
-242
-98
1,348
324
182
184
-42
122
28
74
23
-3
-468
-60
-218
-108
-80
9
-11

564
220
371
-151
-77
421
21
198
-96
-81
75
-9
42
45
-3
-60
24
-1
-144
-30
76
15

68
236
413
-177
-200
32
59
467
-310
-98
143
81
49
15
-2
-303
376
-495
-167
-28
42
-31

By major holder

Commercial banks . .
Finance companies ..
Credit unions
Retailers2
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 . . .
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




113

47. Installment credit—Extensions and liquidations
Millions of dollars

1980
Holder, and type of credit

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

| Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Extensions1
27,894

27,566

25,992

23,202

22,142

22,337

24,445

26,521

26,879

26,868

25,950

26,915

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks . . . .

12,322
5,471
3,483
4,368
462
1,657
131

12,780
5,755
2,444
4,0%
623
1,765
103

11,393
5,574
2,426
4,108
542
1,760
89

10,232
4,798
1,861
3,845
591
1,720
155

9,785
4,322
1,574
4,072
508
1,748
133

9,892
4,439
1,318
4,186
518
1,835
149

10,546
4,809
2,305
4,148
582
1,902
153

11,452
5,155
3,085
4,263
454
1,941
171

11,898
5,355
2,752
4,225
539
1,924
186

11,822
5,323
2,872
3,985
695
1,973
198

11,391
4,852
2,795
4,250
444
2,024
194

11,250
5,185
3,035
4,497
658
2,061
229

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
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 . .

8,441
4,285
2,330
1,955
1,843
2,313
10,471
4,955
3,859
1,657
522
335
87
76
24
8,460
2,747
3,071
1,616
509
386
131

7,973
4,304
2,342
1,962
1,257
2,412
10,741
5,361
3,615
1,765
452
279
84
82
7
8,400
2,836
3,259
1,180
481
541
103

7,370
3,521
2,014
1,507
1,280
2,569
10,648
5,151
3,737
1,760
435
260
86
80
9
7,439
2,461
2,919
1,137
371
462
89

5,921
2,685
1,544
1,141
972
2,264
10,332
5,284
3,328
1,720
397
214
87
92
4
6,552
2,049
2,447
885
517
499
155

5,534
2,745
1,600
1,145
817
1,972
10,350
4,996
3,606
1,748
299
164
52
81
2
5,959
1,880
2,298
755
466
427
133

5,550
2,815
1,490
1,325
707
2,028
10,329
4,771
3,723
1,835
424
281
54
87
2
6,034
2,025
2,357
609
463
431
149

6,301
3,004
1,490
1,514
1,197
2,100
10,666
5,046
3,718
1,902
373
222
52
95
4
7,105
2,274
2,657
1,104
430
487
153

7,463
3,669
1,938
1,731
1,570
2,224
10,776
5,065
3,770
1,941
398
246
56
78
18
7,884
2,472
2,875
1,497
493
376
171

7,479
3,674
1,959
1,715
1,455
2,350
10,745
5,110
3,711
1,924
429
237
84
95
13
8,226
2,877
2,921
1,284
514
444
186

7,508
3,755
2,125
1,630
1,457
2,296
10,686
5,198
3,515
1,973
501
245
89
159
8
8,173
2,624
2,938
1,407
470
536
198

7,064
3,499
1,943
1,556
1,402
2,163
10,916
5,118
3,774
2,024
423
242
93
74
14
7,547
2,532
2,596
1,379
476
370
194

7,204
3,241
1,796
1,445
1,538
2,425
11,356
5,296
3,999
2,061
490
265
89
119
17
7,865
2,448
2,671
1,480
498
539
229

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Liquidations1
25,259

25,1%

25,238

24,957

24,789

24,408

25,007

25,734

26,027

26,466

25,333

25,566

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers2 . . . .
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks . . . .

11,779
4,458
2,745
4,061
395
1,667
154

11,748
4,360
2,798
4,084
3%
1,658
152

11,657
4,436
2,703
4,201
405
1,689
147

11,952
3,974
2,598
4,124
408
1,762
139

11,721
4,072
2,561
4,118
408
1,768
141

11,675
3,695
2,616
4,118
422
1,737
145

11,658
4,370
2,575
4,059
427
1,770
148

11,836
4,768
2,620
4,103
449
1,805
153

11,881
4,742
2,716
4,213
446
1,875
154

12,140
4,869
2,809
4,146
449
1,898
155

11,733
4,258
2,577
4,198
458
1,952
157

11,796
4,325
2,657
4,181
468
1,978
161

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
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 . .

6,903
4,081
2,183
1,898
1,409
1,413
10,034
4,847
3,520
1,667
418
297
40
68
13
7,904
2,554
3,005
1,323
541
327
154

6,991
4,071
2,199
1,872
1,457
1,463
10,052
4,838
3,556
1,658
397
274
45
66
12
7,756
2,565
2,852
1,329
528
330
152

6,858
3,869
2,099
1,770
1,392
1,597
10,384
5,015
3,680
1,689
380
263
37
68
12
7,616
2,510
2,802
1,299
521
337
147

6,570
3,868
2,172
1,696
1,322
1,380
10,737
5,364
3,611
1,762
383
262
43
66
12
7,267
2,458
2,551
1,264
513
342
139

6,575
3,754
2,061
1,693
1,298
1,523
10,609
5,236
3,605
1,768
349
235
45
58
11
7,256
2,496
2,504
1,252
513
350
141

6,576
3,822
2,091
1,731
1,343
1,411
10,450
5,109
3,604
1,737
366
255
42
58
11
7,016
2,489
2,242
1,262
514
364
145

6,757
3,826
2,095
1,731
1,305
1,626
10,468
5,145
3,553
1,770
364
250
54
50
10
7,418
2,437
2,690
1,260
506
377
148

7,052
3,957
2,170
1,787
1,355
1,740
10,495
5,089
3,601
1,805
376
265
42
57
12
7,811
2,525
2,986
1,253
502
392
153

7,334
3,975
2,191
1,784
1,445
1,914
10,691
5,109
3,707
1,875
3%
269
54
60
13
7,606
2,528
2,774
1,258
506
386
154

7,245
4,041
2,233
1,808
1.439
1,765
10,772
5,230
3,644
1,898
375
281
47
39
8
8,074
2,588
3,057
1,362
502
410
155

6,959
3,777
2,071
1,706
1,301
1,881
10,774
5,120
3,702
1,952
396
272
49
63
12
7,204
2,564
2,328
1,264
496
395
157

6,934
3,764
2,050
1,714
1,364
1,806
10,943
5,288
3,677
1,978
411
286
41.
72
12
7,278
2,458
2,478
1,281
504
3%
161

31 Total
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

114



47. Installment credit—Extensions and liquidations—Continued
Millions of dollars

1981
Holder, and type of credit

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

| Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Extensions'
27,466

28,682

29,370

29,271

28,377

29,223

28,290

28,323

29,406

26,836

27,370

26,656

By major holder
Commercial banks . .
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks . . . .

10,804
5,904
2,994
4,673
715
2,130
246

11,624
6,193
3,167
4,500
751
2,284
163

12,504
5,911
3,153
4,472
1,038
2,113
179

12,379
5,218
3,181
5,002
985
2,272
234

12,283
4,937
3,212
4,486
1,068
2,243
148

12,701
5,251
3,137
5,018
649
2,296
171

11,973
5,439
3,299
4,826
383
2,252
118

11,458
6,385
2,913
4,616
537
2,284
130

12,384
7,158
2,558
4,568
573
2,035
130

11,610
5,327
2,621
4,559
553
2,021
145

12,430
5,287
2,571
4,279
668
1,963
172

13,264
4,089
2,517
4,142
588
1,931
125

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
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 . .

7,343
2,704
1,291
1,413
1,592
3,047
11,535
5,237
4,168
2,130
392
180
81
119
12
8,196
2,683
2,776
1,390
505
596
246

8,229
3,456
1,849
1,607
1,613
3,160
11,738
5,473
3,981
2,284
405
181
88
118
18
8,310
2,514
2,945
1,536
519
633
163

8,499
3,916
2,256
1,660
1,586
2,997
11,620
5,494
4,013
2,113
616
234
88
269
25
8,635
2,860
2,826
1,542
459
769
179

7,459
3,692
2,081
1,611
1,589
2,178
12,383
5,592
4,519
2,272
593
293
100
184
16
8,836
2,802
2,940
1,576
483
801
234

7,384
3,691
2,072
1,619
1,608
2,085
11,876
5,585
4,048
2,243
620
261
112
230
17
8,497
2,746
2,740
1,587
438
838
148

7,515
3,725
2,143
1,582
1,553
2,237
12,658
5,895
4,467
2,296
509
280
122
93
14
8,541
2,801
2,892
1,570
551
556
171

8,059
3,755
2,268
1,487
1,663
2,641
11,706
5,073
4,381
2,252
445
276
116
30
23
8,080
2,869
2,682
1,613
445
353
118

8,396
3,280
1,951
1,329
1,537
3,579
11,663
5,227
4,152
2,284
520
281
120
105
14
7,744
2,670
2,686
1,362
464
432
130

9,000
3,218
1,932
1,286
1,337
4,445
12,263
6,124
4,104
2,035
532
291
134
95
12
7,611
2,751
2,579
1,209
464
478
130

7,490
3,263
1,966
1,297
1,308
2,919
11,753
5,578
4,154
2,021
475
254
123
89
9
7,118
2,515
2,285
1,304
405
464
145

8,073
3,979
2,516
1,463
1,342
2,752
11,379
5,584
3,832
1,963
479
235
108
127
9
7,439
2,632
2,427
1,220
447
541
172

7,352
3,978
2,489
1,489
1,345
2,029
11,592
5,961
3,700
1,931
508
308
106
86
8
7,204
3,017
1,954
1,164
442
502
125

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

.,

Liquidations1
26,260

26,837

26,399

26,549

26,806

27,192

26,739

25,895

26,431

25,834

26,770

26,689

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies . . .
Credit unions
Retailers2 . .
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks . . . .

11,824
4,791
2,706
4,264
483
2,024
168

12,319
4,663
2,723
4,397
497
2,075
163

12,070
4,372
2,866
4,245
620
2,052
174

12,333
3,965
2,909
4,471
564
2,131
176

12,072
4,528
2,821
4,489
549
2,176
171

11,986
4,681
2,918
4,602
604
2,218
183

11,944
4,491
2,767
4,561
558
2,248
170

11,704
4,002
2,668
4,629
495
2,251
146

11,957
4,476
2,692
4,557
502
2,097
150

11,686
4,123
2,830
4,455
521
2,063
156

11,997
4,825
2,795
4,405
547
2,044
157

12,104
4,503
2,886
4,480
531
2,029
156

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
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 . .

7,312
3,863
2,118
1,745
1,386
2,063
10,944
5,144
3,776
2,024
451
300
66
73
12
7,553
2,517
2,662
1,308
488
410
168

7,398
3,950
2,194
11,756
1,402
2,046
11,419
5,429
3,915
2,075
492
323
70
87
12
7,528
2,617
2,547
S,309
482
410
163

6,973
3,843
2,100
1,743
1,454
1,676
11,110
5,305
3,753
2,052
552
293
63
172
24
7,764
2,629
2,633
1,388
492
448
174

6,811
3,933
2,208
1,725
1,447
1,431
11,443
5,337
3,975
2,131
410
270
42
85
13
7,885
2,793
2,492
1,449
4%
479
176

7,498
3,818
2,101
1,717
1,448
2,232
11,520
5,349
3,995
2,176
372
249
34
78
11
7,416
2,656
2,262
1,362
494
471
171

7,366
3,847
2,144
1,703
1,447
2,072
11,651
5,326
4,107
2,218
399
271
37
79
12
7,776
2,542
2,572
1,459
495
525
183

7,003
3,708
2,072
1,636
1,400
1,895
11,590
5,278
4,064
2,248
386
264
35
74
13
7,760
2,694
2,561
1,354
497
484
170

6,537
3,627
1,993
1,634
1,431
1,479
11,486
5,101
4,134
2,251
364
257
27
68
12
7,508
2,719
2,4%
1,225
495
427
146

6,921
3,622
2,011
1,611
1,419
1,880
11,692
5,531
4,064
2,097
375
261
32
69
13
7,443
2,543
2,564
1,260
493
433
150

6,466
3,489
1,950
1,539
1,406
1,571
11,429
5,3%
3,970
2,063
353
226
49
66
12
7,586
2,575
2,503
1,412
485
455
156

7,509
3,759
2,145
1,614
1,419
2,331
11,358
5,386
3,928
2,044
404
244
66
82
12
7,499
2,608
2,428
1,364
477
465
157

7,284
3,742
2,076
1,666
1,545
1,997
11,533
5,494
4,010
2,029
365
227
57
71
10
7,507
2,641
2,449
1,331
470
460
156

31 Total
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

....




115

48. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, December 31, 1981
A. All sectors
Amounts outstanding/ billions of dollars
Private domestic nonfmancial sectors
Households

Line, and transaction category

Assets

"* -

4,677.9

1 Total financial assets

Assets

Jd£d

Li bili

* ties

Asse ts

1,122.9
1,602L3

2 Total liabilities

™

"<*»'ties

235>,0
2,049.3

...

Assets

Li iU

* ties

Assets

6,039.9
362.2

8 Checkable deposits
and currency
Private domestic
Foreign
U S government

9
10
11

..




. ..

92.8
92 8

5.9
5Q

386.6
^86 6

5.1
4.6 .

14.8

17.2

19.7

19.7
17 2

1,168.9

3.3

...

L172.2

184.3

...

42 8

..

..

21.0
12 3
234.8
788.8

.,

61 0

....

288. 1

16

..

fi

^7.6
12 3

.,

104.5
fi

1 ,556.0

S

fil

84.9

1 8 . .

87.5

35

37.5

16.2
81.0

1,03!> 8
41 4
35.5
......
&5.4
2I 5
11j 4
1'1.2

140,3 342.6
0

9.4
862

-10.1

..

77

W.9

27 5
394 9
498 1

40*

SS 0

V7 Q

497 7

352.0

387.3 . . .
fil 1
185.9 . . .
403 4
102
1JO
79.8 . . .

64.1

893.9 3,446.8

8.8
19 6

197.9 240.3

188.4

4.1

118.2
98 1

Ifil 4

.

77 8
104.9
1 0
1
I70fi 1 <tt40
55.0
411.4 .
422.9
75.4
62.2 35.5
260.0
16 2

830.1
825.5

140.4

208 8

31 5

. . . ..
31 1

1.084.9

649. 1 1 ,548.2

77.8
130.0

34.0
.

234.8
788 8

...

1 084 9

231.3

8

181 9

181.9

21 Credit market
instruments
22 U.S. Treasury4
securities
23 Federal agency
securities^ . .
24 State and local government securities5 . . .
25 Corporate and
foreign bonds
26 Mortgages
27 Consumer credit .
28 Bank loans n.e.c
29 Open market paper . . . .
30 Other loans

116

958.5
41

..

20 Corporate equities3

Security credit
Trade credit6
Taxes payable
Miscellaneous

248.0

5.0

17 Life insurance reserves . . .
18 Pension fund reserves . . . .
19 Interbank claims

31
32
33
34

U~

98

12 Small time and
savings deposits
13 Money market
fund shares
14 Large time
deposits
IS Federal funds and
security RPs
16 Deposits abroad

Asse*

536.9

38.1
22 6

287.9
287.9
.

*»?

472.9
4,013.9

2

3 Gold
4 Special drawing rights
5 International Monetary
Fund position
6 Official foreign
exchange
7 Treasury currency

..„
u s
' government

r d

Business
H

R€ st
the
j

53 1
466

66.7
61.9
58 7

4

141.8

21 5

497 7

441.4 1R.4

HO
433.0

101 .
94.0 88.2

14.7
236.0

17.7 18.0
- .4
10.5
*

Financial sectors

Assets

Monetary
authority

Sponsored agencies
and mortgage pools

Total
U

Sebf

*—

U

£f

Assets

354.8

4,694.1
4,475.4

Commercial
banking

Li bili

* ties

181.3

Assets
1,516.6

181.3

350.2

Liabilities

Private
nonbank finance
Assets

Liabilities

2,641.4
1,429.1

Floats
and
discrepancies

All
sectors1

Assets

Liabilities

11,454.9
2,514.8

Line

Assets

38.1
9,984.7

1
2

11.2

11.2

*

*

5.0

5.0

5.1
17.0

5.1
17 0

9.8
17.0

9.8
14.8

456.6
419.7
19.7
17.2

493.2
456.2
19.7
17.3

681.1

1,179.9

1,179.9

12

181.9

181.9

181.9

13

33.1
33.1

6.9

493 2
456.2
19 7
17.3

49.3
26.7

131 5
126 1
7
47

32
32

1,179.9

346.4
314.9
19.0
12.5

29.3
29.3

498.7

5
.5

6.9

181.9

64.2

386 3

42.3
18.8

130.3

9.3

....

47.3

225 4
702.6
24 3

344.8

612.3

386.4
202.9

3.4

43.9

.

339.9

.6

317.0

43.9

53.8

386.3

386.3

14.4

79.8
31.1

130.3
31.1

225.4
702.6

234.8
788.8
37.1

234.8
788.8
24.3

344.7

61.5

1,493.9

61.5

20

2,021.9

238.0

-19.6

30 5
106 3
65.2

317.0

....
7
95.8




17
18
19

1,346.9

5,129.5

5,129.5

21

111 5

141.7

825.5

825.5

22

9.4

69.9

123.0

321.1

321.1

23

361.4

361.4

24

533.2
1,542.6
411.4
520.0
230.3
383.9

533.2
1,542.6
411.4
520.0
230.3
383.9

25
26
27
28
29
30

56.2
551.2
11.5
728.5

56.2
474.1
19.6
763.7

57.3

77
286 6
178 3
520 0
17 7

2

108.1

24.4

425.7
798.1
178.2

60.8
8.1

32.9

100.8
146.3

30.5
73.3
65.2

17.2
17.4

34.7

"88.0

7.5
298.7

22 8

5.1

-12.8

15
16

140.5

347
94
433.7

14

50.4

131 0

2406

196.8

.1

8
9
10
11

33.0
18.8

155.1
85 2
81

40.0
17.4

36.6
36.5

6
7

64.2

.1

263.2
433.4
1,325.3
356.5
520.0
119.4
242.1

-2.2

115.9

22

317.0

5

332.5

61.5

3,849.3

15.2
15.2

3
4

33.2

4.1

5.8

99.6

1.8
96.0

-77.1
8.1
35.1

31
32
33
34

117

48. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, December 31, 1981—Continued
B. Private nonbank financial institutions
Amounts outstanding, billions of dollars
Savings
and loan
associations

Total
Transaction category
Assets
1 Total assets .

2,641.4

2 Total liabilities

Liabili

ties

.

Assets
662.3

Mutual
savings
banks

Liabili

ties

-

.

2,514.8

175.5

29 3

15 2

6.9

681.1

6 Large time deposits

64 2

53 8

68

33 0
18.8

14 4

14 2

144

1 1 Corporate equities

.....

12 Credit market
instruments
13 U.S. Treasury
securities4
14 Federal agency
securities5
15 State and local government securities
16 Corporate and foreign
bonds
17
Mortgages
18 Consumer credit
..
19 Bank loans n.e.c
20 Open-market paper
21 Other loans
22
23
24
25

Security credit
Trade credit
Taxes payable
Miscellaneous

118



. ..

.

225 4
702 6

9 Life insurance reserves . .
10 Pension fund reserves
344.7

2 021 9
141 7

80 4

95

108 1
60.8
81

100 8
146.3

30.5
73 3
65.2

17.2
17 4
88.0

75
298.7

13

65 2

. ties

506.6

25

6.9

....

Liabili

Assets

ties

294.8

474.4

21

64.5

294.8

20
!

2

13 0

43
..

....

156 9

64 9

294 8
167.1

422 5

. . . .

106 1

80

73
6.8

20 2
100 0
40
..
56
..

225.4
185 7

49.7

22
27
64

Lia bili

67.0

68

6.1
61
..

...

Assets

Private
pension
funds

..
360

347

517 6
20 4

73.3

18 2

13

425.7
798 1
178.2

Uabilities

33

44.3 .

123.0

39
146 7

.

.

599 3

52
..

.

.

61.5

238 0

87
470.0

..

Assets

165.8

47 8

3

36
....

181 9

..

ties

633.9

3 Checkable deposits
4 Small time and
savings deposits
5 Money market fund
shares . ,

7 Federal funds and
security RPs
8 Deposits abroad

Liabili

Assets

^e
insurance
companies

Credit
unions

31 1

13.7

9.3

72

..

48
46.0 . .
..

189 5
140 2
....

61.7
39

....

15 3
48.8

..
38.4

9
11.7

. . . .
55

9°2

....
32.2

3.8
59.4

6.6

State and
local government
retirement funds
Assets

Li

^U-

Other
insurance
companies
Assets

222.1
....
49

u

^li-

194.5
222.1

....

....

Finance

comnanies
companies
Assets

^ J-

Real estate
investment
trusts
Assets

Open-end
investment
companies

Liabili

ties

-

224.6
141.0

3.4

....

5.9

....

229.7

....

7.6

...

...

--

48

....

Assets

Money
market
funds

Liabni

ties

'

61.5

Assets

Li abili
f

ties

181.9

....

61.5

Assets

Line

Liabili

ties

38.5

....

181.9

-.5

8

Security
brokers
and dealers

....

....

1

35.1

l.fi

2
3
4

181 9

5

43 9

6

14.5
18.8

7
8
9
10

222 1
48 6

14 Q

310

168.6

18 2

21 3

219.7 152.0

3.5

5.6

25.7

9.7

102.3

?S

31.9

....

11
12

1.0

13
14

94

39

10.1

S

.

142.7

25 4

fil

83 0

105.7
12.4




93

30.8
1.3

57. 0

14.4
107 9
22 ?
72 8

12
1.7

10 5

?1
.5

3.5

3.5

1.2
...

....

15

7.4

16
17
18
19
20
21

70.4

97 5

17.2
17 4

1.2
139 8

1. 2
76 5

2.4

2.0

2.9

34.7
4

22
23
24
25

119

49. Flow of funds accounts, 1970-81
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars
Transaction category, or sector

1970

1971

1972

1973

1975

1974

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

Nonfinancial sectors
1 Total credit market debt owed by
nonflnancia) sectors
2 U.S. government
3 Treasury issues
4
Agency issues and mortgages . . .

1,482.9 1,624.7 1,791.6 1,986.9 2,172.0 2,375.4 2,638.5 2,972.3 3,367.0 3,760.7 4,117.0 4,517.2
300.8
291.2
9.6

325.7
317.3
8.5

340.8
331.5
9.3

349.1
339.4
9.6

360.8
351.5
9.4

446.3
437.3
8.9

515.8
506.4
9.3

572.5
564.1
8.4

626.2
619.2
7.0

663.6
658.0
5.6

742.8
737.8
5.0

830.1
825.5
4.5

5 Private domestic nonfinancial
sectors
1,131.5 1,244.2 1,390.1 1,570.8 1,731.3 1,837.9 2,012.1 2,275.6 2,578.6 2,914.8 3,164.7 3,446.8
866.4 968.5 1,073.6 1,171.3 1,271.5 1,395.2 1,567.4 1,761.1 1,962.7 2,141.6 2,290.3
6
Debt capital instruments . . . .
779.7
261.4
239.5
287.5
144.4
7
State and local obligations . . .
161.8
191.2
207.7
223.8
309.3
336.1
361.4
176.5
339.4
318.3
8
Corporate bonds
207.5 227.1
254.3 277.2 298.1
369.9
394.9
167.3
198.3
186.1
9
Mortgages
518.5
793.3 878.5 1,007.9 1,155 4 1,314.0 1,435 6 1,5340
468.0
593.7
674.9 736.5
869.4
10
Home mortgages
365.1 411.5
485.6 549.6 646.0
754.5
951.6 1,011.6
294.6
322.6
446.1
102.7
127.4
91.4
11
Multifamily residential . . . .
98.9
110.1
119.5
135.2
58.4
68.3
98.3
143.0
81.0
188.1
12
Commercial
169.6
234.7
95.4
210.2
256.7
85.2
145.8
130.7
157.9
277.5
111.8
56.6
13
Farm .
71.2
92.0
63.7
29.8
32.2
41.3
50.9
82.5
101.8
35.8
46.3
14
15
16
17
18

Other debt instruments
Bank loans n.e.c
Consumer credit
Open market paper
Other

19 By borrowing sector, total
20 State and local governments . . . .
21
Households
22
23
24
25

351.8
134.1
143.1
10.2
64.3

377.8
142.1
157.8
9.9
68.1

421.6
158.3
177.6
10.6
75.0

497.3
195.4
203.7
13.1
85.1

560.0
228.1
213.6
19.8
98.6

566.4
217.3
223.2
17.2
108.7

501.3
46.9
76.9
377.5

551.1
51.4
88.7
411.0

617.8
57.2
102.9
457.6

705.8
66.9
116.3
522.6

799.7
74.7
123.7
601.3

843.2
83.2
125.7
634.4

26 Foreign credit market debt owed
to United States
27
Bonds . . .
28 Bank loans n.e.c
29 Open-market paper
30 U.S. government loans . . . .

50,6
14.1
4.8
4.0
27.8

54.8
15.0
5.9
4.3
29.6

60.6
16.0
9.7
3.2
31.7

67.0
17.0
12.5
4.2
33.4

79.8
19.1
16.5
11.4
32.8

91.2
25.3
18.5
11.7
35.7

120

708.2
248.3
288.8
24.3
146.9

817.5
283.6
336.4
25.4
172.1

952.1 1,023.1 1,156.5
331.0
368.3 422.9
382.7
385.0 411.4
36.5
43.2
62.2
201.8
226.7
260.0

1,131.5 1,244.2 1,390.1 1,570.8 1,731.3 1,837.9 2,012.1 2,275.6 2,578.6 2,914.8 3,164.7 3,446.8
276.4
149.2
294.8
193.7
320.1
342.6
181.4
209.2 222.9 238.2 255.5
166.9
862.3 1,001.7 1,164.5 1,335.4 1,439.9 1,548.2
722.4
526.2
671.3
771.7
481.0
591.0

Nonfinancial business
Farm
Nonfarm noncorporate
Corporate




616.9
221.5
248.6
21.2
125.6

911/7 1,018.4 1,137.8 1,284.6 1,404.7 1,556.0
93.4
156.0
105.7
120.6
141.5
173.2
131.4
186.5
157.3
171.2
144.0
202.3
859.8 971.9 1,062.1 1,180.5
686.9 768.7
110.6
33.9
24.1
13.6
39.0

124.2
38.9
27.1
16.1
42.1

162.2
43.1
46,4
26.6
46.0

182.3
47.0
48.7
37.8
48.9

209.5
47.8
60.2
48.0
53.5

240.3
53.1
66.7
61.9
58.7

49. Flow of funds accounts, 1970-81—Continued
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector—Continued
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars
Transaction category, or sector

1970

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

Financial sectors
31 Total credit market debt owed
by financial sectors
By type of instrument
32 U.S. government-related
33 Sponsored credit agency
securities
34 Mortgage pool securities
35 Loans from U.S. government , . .
36 Private financial sectors . .
37 Corporate bonds
38 Mortgages
39 Bank loans n.e.c
40 Open-market paper
41
Loans from Federal Home
Loan Banks
42 Total, by sector
43 Sponsored credit agencies
44 Mortgage pools
45 Private financial sectors . . .
46 Commercial banks
47
Bank affiliates . .
48
Savings and loan associations . . .
49 Finance companies
SO Real estate investment trusts . . . .

117.2

129.2

154.4

198.7

235.9

245.0

268.8

316.4

391.5

474.1

534.7

612.3

43.6

49.5

57.9

77,9

98.6

108.9

124.0

145.0

181.7

230.9

273.9

317.0

38.9
4.8

40.0
9.5

43.5
14.4

59.8
18.0

76.4
21.5
.7

78.8
28.5
1.6

82.1
40.7
1.2

88.2
56.8

111.3
70.4

135.5
95.4

159.9
114.0

189.5
127.5

73.5
21.0
3.6
12.4
25.9

79.7
25.9
5.7
14.3
25.9

96.5
33.0
7.4
20.4
27.8

120.8
37.4
6.1
29.5
32.7

137.3
40.5
4.9
33.6
36.5

136.2
43,7
7.2
29.9
37.5

144.8
53.6
9.3
26.4
39.7

171.4
63.7
12.3
26.0
49.2

209.8
71.2
13.3
28.8
63.9

243.2
79.0
12.1
28.3
82.0

260.8
86.1
11.2
27.8
86.7

295.3
85.2
8.1
30.5
106.3

10.6

7.9

8.0

15.1

21.8

17.8

15.9

20.2

32.7

41.8

49.0

65.2

117.2

129.2

154.4

198.7

235.9

245.0

268.8

316.4

391.5

474.1

534.7

612.3

38.9
4.8
73.5
2.1
3.4
14.1
51.7
2.2

40.0
9.5
79.7
3.0
4.2
14.1
54.3
4.1

43.5
14.4
96.5
4.1
6.8
15.7
61.1
8.8

59.8
18.0
120.8
4.1
10.0
21.7
70.7
14,4

77.1
21.5
137.3
4.3
14.4
26.5
76.2
15.8

80.3
28.5
136.2
4.5
15.0
24.2
76.7
15.7

83.3
40.7
144.8
5.2
20.4
24.3
81.2
13.8

88.2
56.8
171.4
5.7
22.4
34.2
97.9
11.3

111.3
70.4
209.8
5.9
29.5
48.5
116.2
9,7

135.5
95.4
243.2
6.1
36.0
59.9
132.8
8.4

159.9
114.0
260.8
6.3
42.9
66.7
138.7
6.2

189.5
127.5
295.3
6.2
51.1
80.4
152.0
5.6

All sectors
5 1 Total credit market debt

1,600.1 1,753.9 1,946.0 2,185.6 2,407.8 2,620.4 2,907.2 3,288.8 3,758.4 4,234.8 4,651.7 5,129.5
807.1
637.6 716.7
893.8 1,016.1 1,146.6
261.4
239.5
336.1
309.3
287.5
361.4
364.6 400.7
432.5 465.4
533.2
503.8
888.8 1,021.1 1,169.4 1,326.8 1,447.4 1,542.6
248.6
382.7
336.4
288.8
411.4
385.0
301.4
272.0
358.8 408.0 456.3
520.0
156.4
74.6
115.9
89.5
177.8
230.3
181.6
250.7
209.2
329.2
292.5
383.9

52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

U.S. government securities .
State and local obligations
Corporate and foreign bonds
Mortgages
Consumer credit . . .
...
Bank loans n.e.c
Open-market paper .
Other loans

343.0
144.4
202.4
473,1
143.1
151.2
40.1
102.7

397.4
176.5
247.3
602.4
177.6
188.5
41,6
114.7

425.7
191.2
261.9
682.3
203.7
237.3
50.0
133.7

457.6
207.7
286.7
742.5
213.6
278.2
67.6
153.9

552.5
223.8
323.4
801.5
223.2
265.7
66.4
163.8

60
61
62
63

Selected claims not included above
Security credit
Trade credit
Investment company shares
Other corporate equities

37.4
28.7
24.9
221.3
197.0
185.3
55.4
58.9
46.8
859.4 1,003.7 1,138.1

29.5
264.2
46.6
901.4

24.7
211.3
35.2
641.7

41.1
28.5
245.8
223.6
43.0
46.5
849.5 1.005.5




373.8
161.8
227.0
525.7
157.8
162.2
40.0
105.6

43.4
272.6
45,5
945.8

43.5
44.9
53.4
56.2
395.7 433.5
327.3
474.1
46.1
63.7
51.8
61.5
988.1 1,177.2 1,572.2 1,432.4

121

49. Flow of funds accounts, 1970-81—Continued
B. Direct and indirect claims on credit market debt
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars, exceptions noted.

1970

Transaction category, or sector
1 Total credit market debt claims against
nonffoanclal sectors
Public agencies and foreign
1 Total held
3 U.S government securities .
..
4 Residential mortgages
5 Federal Home Loan Bank advances to
savings and loans
6 Other loans and securities
7
8
9
10
11

By sector
U S government
Government-related agencies and pools . .
Monetary authorities
,
Foreign
Agency debt and mortgage pool
securities not on line 1

Private domestic holdings
12 Total held
13 U.S. government securities
14 State and local obligations
15 Corporate and foreign bonds
16 Residential mortgages
17 Other mortgages and loans
18 LESS: Federal Home Loan Bank
advances
19
20
21
22
23

. ..

Private financial intermediation
Credit market claims held by private
financial institutions
Commercial banking
...
Savings institutions
Insurance and pension funds .
..
Other finance

24 Sources of funds
25 Private domestic deposits and
repurchase agreements
26 Credit market debt
27 Other sources
...
28
Foreign funds
29
Treasury balances
...
...
30
Insurance and pension reserves
31
Other, net

122




1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1,482.9 1,624.7 1,791.6 1,986.9 2,172.0 2,375.4 2,638.5 2,972.3 3,367.0 3,760.7 4,117.0 4,517.2
195.4
85.1
28.3

238.7
1196
35.3

258.7
127 2
42.3

290.4
136.6
50.6

339.1
146.0
63.8

378.8
164.0
79.5

428.6
187.1
91.8

507.9
221.9
111.8

609.8
258.0
137.5

684.8
Ml. 8
175.2

776.8
2674
206.3

866.8
2JH fi
228.4

10.6
71.4

7.9
75.9

8.0
81.2

15.1
88.0

21.8
107.5

17.8
117.4

15.9
133.9

20.2
154.0

32.7
181.6

41.8
215.9

49.0
254,1

65.2
289.6

57.8
48.7
62.2
26.7

59,9
54.5
71.1
53 2

62.4
63.4
71.3
61 6

65.1
82.5
80.6
62.2

72.3
106.7
86.7
73.4

85.8
118.2
95,3
79.5

93.8
135.1
105,1
94.7

103.9
157.5
112.2
134.3

120.9
197.4
119.2
172.4

139.9
251.7
126.9
166.3

163.6
295.6
131.4
186.3

188.4
339.9
140.5
197 9

43.6

49.5

57.9

77.9

98.6

108.9

124.0

145.0

181.7

230.9

273.9

317.0

1,331.2 1,435.6 1,590.8 1,774,4 1,931.5 2,105.4 2,333.8 2,609.4 2,938.8 3,306.8 3,614.1 3,967.4
257.8 254.3 270.2 289.0 311.6 388.5 450.5 494.7 549.1 642.0 748.7 863.1
144.4 161.8 176.5 191.2 207.7 223.8 239.5 261.4 287.5 309.3 336.1 361.4
1787 198 1 211 3 221.3 242.3 275,1 305,6 327.8 350.2 374.2 400.4 426.0
326.3 357.1 405.2 453.6 481.8 506.0 561.5 645.2 737.3 822.2 881.1 926.6
434.6 472.2 535.6 634.4 710.0 729.8 792.6 900.4 1,047.5 1,201.0 1,296.8 1,455.5

10.6

7.9

8.0

15.1

21.8

17.8

15.9

20.2

32.7

41.8

49.0

65.2

1,071.6 1,180.0 1,327.9 1,492.0 1,618.0 1,743.0 1,934.4 2,197.0 2,499.3 2,789.5 3,059.2 3,368.8
447.4 497.8 568.3 652.9 719.7 749.1 808.7 896.3 1,025.0 1,143.9 1,243.6 1,346.9
254.8 293.6 339.8 376.7 400.3 453.2 523.7 605.8 679.2 735.1 793.0 821.0
291 7 305 3 322 2 345.9 375.7 416.3 466.0 535.0 610.0 676.4 756.2 8399
97.6 116.5 122.2 124.3 135.9 159.9 185.1 234.1 266.5 360.9
77.7
83.3
1,071.6 1,180.0 1,327.9 1,492.0 1,618.0 1,743.0 1,934.4 2,197.0 2,499.3 2,789.5 3,059.2 3,368.8
618.2
73.5
379.9
23.9
7.9
242.4
105.7

708.4
79.7
391.9
19.3
10.2
250.2
112.2

809.1
96.5
422.3
25.3
10.9
260.8
125.3

906.3
120,8
464.8
28.4
9.9
282.0
144.7

973.9 1,068,1 1,192.6 1,330.7 1,471.6 1,612.4 1,788.1 1,976.8
137.3 136.2 144.8 171.4 209.8 243.2 260.8 295.3
506.8 538.7 597.0 694.8 817.9 933.9 1,010.4 1,096.8
27.0
33.3
38.5
36.3
29.8
42.9
25.1
58.6
14.1
14.5
7.3
3.1
4.8
11.9
3.0
12.5
312.8 341.5 374.1 425.6 484.2 531.6 591.2 662.6
150.8 164.3 194.9 234.9 286.4 329,2 370.9 378.7

49. Flow of funds accounts, 1970-81—Continued
B. Direct and indirect claims on credit market debt—Continued
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars, exceptions noted.

1970

33
34
35
36
37

38 Deposits and currency
39 Currency
.
40 Checkable deposits
41
42

Small time and savings
deposits
Money market fund shares

43
44
45

..

Large time deposits
Security repurchase agreements
Deposits abroad

46 Total of credit market instruments,
deoosits. and currency

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

335.3
129.3
51.4
465
19.1
88.9

359.4
133.5
54.4
53 1
20.4
98.0

403.3
152.3
59.8
55.0
30.2
106.0

450.7
171.4
69.1
60 1
36.0
114.1

498.6
196.8
77.5
69.0
34.7
120.6

544.2
213.7
80.8
80.7
36.6
132.4

583.8
236.4
80.0
75.7
46.2
145.5

649.3
272.0
79.9
72.8
62.7
162.0

760.5
336.2
81.4
83 3
74.1
185.4

815.6
368.8
84.1
869
70.7
205.1

893.9
417.0
98.2
77 8
75.4
225.5

669.0
500
163.0

763.1
534
173.5

869.2
57 9
189.1

971.4 1,047.0 1,148.2 1,281.6 1,429.4 1,581.8 1,732.1 1,918.9 2,115.1
81.6
61.8
74.3
89.9
68.1
99.2 107 1 117 4 126 1
199.8 201.9 211.3 221.8 238.2 254.5 273.6 282.3 297.0

473.9

541.9

579.7

614.2
2.4

711.5
3.7

835.2
3.7

928.6
3.9

992.1 1,053.0 1,133.9 1,172.2
10,8
74.4 181.9
45.2

47.4
2
.8

U S government securities
State and local obligations
Corporate and foreign bonds
Open-market paper, etc
Other

1972

407.5

Private domestic nonfinancial investors
32 Credit market claims

1971

333,1
140.2
50.6
362
21.1
85.1

Transaction category, or sector

60.0
1.1
1.2

75.4
2.7
2.2

113.1
13.7
3.3

143.9
11.5
4.9

129.9
11.7
5.8

117.9
14.0
7.4

143.8
16.3
8.7

190.4
23.7
11,1

210.3
303
12.6

260.5
1fiQ
13.5

288.1
17 A

12.3

1,002.1 1,098.4 1,228.6 1,374.7 1,497.7 1,646.8 1,825.8 2,013.2 2,231.2 2,492.6 2,734.6 3,009.0

47 Public support rate (percent)
48 Private financial intermediation (percent) . . .
49 Total foreign funds

13.2
80.5
50.7

14.7
82.2
72.5

14.4
83.5
86.9

14.6
84.1
90.5

15.6
83.8
111.8

15.9
82.8
109.3

16.2
82.9
119.7

17.1
84.2
161.3

18.1
85.0
205.6

18.2
84.4
224.9

18.9
84.6
222.7

19.2
84.9
240.7

Corporate equities not included above
906.2 1,059.2 1,197.1
55.4
46.8
58.9
859.4 1 003.7 1,138 1

50 Total market value
5 1 Investment company shares
52 Other equities . , . .
.
53 Held by financial institutions
54 Other holdings

.

..

948.1
46.6
901.4

676.9
35.2
641.7

892.5 1,052.0
46.5
43.0
849.5 1,005.5

150.4
755.8

201.8
746.3

146.8
530.1

196.7
695.8

195.6
863.6

244.8
952.2

236.7
815.3

991.3 1,034.2 1,229.0 1,636.0 1,493.9
51.8
46.1
45.5
63.7
61.5
945.8 988.1 1,177 2 1 5722 1,432.4
222.8
768.5

236.6
797.6

269.4 355.9 344.8
959.6 1,280.0 1,149.1

NOTES BY LINE NUMBER

1,
2.
6.
11.
12.
17.
25.
26.
28.

Line 2 of Table 48, part 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, and 38 less lines 39 and 45.
Includes farm and commercial mortgages.
Line 38 less lines 39 and 45.
Excludes equity issues and investment company shares. Includes line
18.
Foreign deposits at commercial banks, bank borrowings from foreign
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.
47. Mainly an offset to line 9.
48. Sum of lines 32 and 38, or line 12 less line 27 plus fines 39 and 45.
49. Line 2 divided by line 1.
50. Line 19 divided by line 12.
51. Sum of lines 10 and 28.
50, 52. Includes issues by financial institutions.

123

49. Flow of funds accounts, 1970-81—Continued
C. Sector statements of financial assets and liabilities
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars
Category

1970

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

Households, personal trusts, and nonprofit organizations
1,926.3 2,151.4 2,388.4 2,302.3 2,203.8 2,559.2 2,901.0 3,070.1 3,369.6 3,834.1 4,493.6 4,677.9

1 Total financial assets
2 Deposits and credit market
instruments '
3 Deposits
4
Checkable deposits and
currency
5
Small time and savings
deposits
....
6
Money market fund shares
7
Large time deposits . . .

797.1

972.9 1,088.7 1,196.8 1,321.4 1,473.6 1,631.4 1,817.0 2,037.9 2,241.3 2,472 .1

544.5

624.3

710.8

788.4

853.7

945.3 1,068.6 1,196.8 1,326.4 1,460.9 1,636.8 1,823.0

118.2

130.3

142.6

156.5

163.8

170.7

186.5

207.0

229.5

407.5

473.9

541.9

579.7

18.8

...

872.4

20.1

26.3

52.1

614.2
2.4
73.4

710.6
3.7
60.4

829.1
3.7
49.3

924.1
3.9
61.9

987.8 1,049.2 1,130.5 1,168.9
45.2
10.8
74.4
181.9
98.3
163.9
113.9
184.3

252.6

268.0

287.9

8
9
10
11
12
13

Credit market instruments
U.S. government securities . . .
Treasury issues
Savings bonds
Other Treasury
Agency issues

252.6
105.8
84.9
52.1
32.8
20.9

248.1
93.5
76.5
54.4
22.1
17.0

262.0
93.9
79.6
57.7
21.9
14.3

300.3
112.4
96.2
60.4
35.9
16.2

343.0
133.4
112.6
63.3
49.3
20.8

376.1
152.1
132.4
67.4
65.0
19.7

405.0
162.8
138.8
72.0
66.8
24.0

434.5
178.4
149.5
76.8
72.7
28.9

490.7
209.1
172.6
80.7
92.0
36.5

576.9
262.3
204.5
79.9
124.6
57.8

604.5
282.8
215.3
72.5
142.8
67.5

649.1
316.2
231.3
68.1
163.2
84.9

14
15
16
17

State and local obligations . . .
Corporate and foreign bonds . .
Mortgages
....
Open-market paper

46.0
36.2
52.9
11.7

46.1
46.5
54.1
7.9

48.4
53.1
60.5
6.2

53.7
55.0
63.9
15.3

61.9
60.1
68.2
19.5

68.1
69.0
71.9
15.1

70.1
80.7
79.4
12.0

68.6
75.7
90.2
21.7

68.9
72.8
101.9
38.0

71.5
83.3
114.4
45.4

74.2
86.9
122.5
38.2

87.5
77.8
130.0
37.5

18 Corporate equities
19 Investment company shares . . . .
20 Other corporate equities

728.6
46.8
681.8

832.8
55.4
777.4

913.2
58.9
854.2

712.8
46.6
666.1

505.9
35.2
470.7

660.5
43.0
617.5

772.3
46.5
725.8

728.7
45.5
683.2

755.5
46.1
709.5

911.3 1,215.6 1,084.9
63.7
51.8
61.5
859.6 1,151.8 1,023.4

21
22
23
24

....

130.5
239.4
4.4
26.3

136.8
275.8
4.9
28.7

143.7
322.3
5.0
31.3

151.3
310.6
4.9
34.1

158.0
302.5
3.9
36.8

166.6
365.7
4.5
40.6

175.0
427.7
6.3
46.0

186.5
465.2
5.3
52.9

198.5
531.1
7.9
59.5

211,1
598.6
8.5
66.7

25 Total liabilities

501.9

550.7

621.1

698.1

749.1

801.0

898.4 1,041.1 1,207.8 1,380.5 1,493.5 1,602.3

26 Credit market instruments
....
27
Home mortgages
28 Other mortgages
...
29 Installment consumer credit . . . .
30 Other consumer credit
31
Bank loans n e e
32 Other loans
. ..

481.0
290.4
19,0
105.5
37.6
7.5
20.9

526.2
316.7
20.3
118.3
39.5
9.2
22.3

591.0
358.0
21.5
133.2
44.5
10.1
23.6

671.3
405.3
22.6
155.1
48.6
13.5
26.2

722.4
440.5
23.7
164.6
49.0
15.2
29.4

771.7
478.6
24.8
172.3
50.9
13.7
31.5

862.3 1,001.7 1,164.5 1,335.4 1,439.9 1,548.2
740.6 856.5
633.1
940.4 1,003.5
540.1
25.6
28.0
32.3
30.9
26.7
29.5
312.8
230.2 272.1
193.8
333.1
311.4
78.4
72.2
58.6
54.8
71.3
64.3
17.4
14.6
20.8
19.9
35.5
28.8
65.4
54.8
35.7
33.4
45.9
39.5

10.4
5.3

13.1
6.0

17.5
6.6

13.2
7.3

11.4
8.3

12.1
9.4

17.2
10.5

18.5
11.6

19.8
13.2

18.6
14.8

23.7
16.9

21.5
18.4

5.1

5.4

6.0

6.4

7.1

7.7

8.4

9.3

10.3

11.7

12.9

14.2

Life insurance reserves . .
Pension fund reserves
Security credit
Miscellaneous assets

33 Security credit
. ..
34 Trade credit
35 Deferred and unpaid life insurance
premiums

124



222.5
727 .1
12.6
74.4

234.8
788.8
16.2
81.0

49. Flow of funds accounts, 1970-81—Continued
C. Sector statements of financial assets and liabilities—Continued
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars

1970

Category

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

Non financial corporate business
369.6

42
43
44

45 Consumer credit
46 Trade credit
47 Miscellaneous assets
48 Foreign direct investments2
49 Insurance receivables
50 Equity in sponsored agencies
51 Other

..

526.0

516.7

557.6

611.5

663.2

755.5

875.3

958.3 1,033.0

88.0
44.9
11.9
27
2.2

101.0
46.3
16.6
11 3
3.3

105.4
47.8
20.5
55
4.9

125.2
53.9
22.4
47
5.8

139.6
56.3
24.4
7.0
7.4

144.4
57.9
29.2
8.3
8.7

155.3
62.3
31.2
13 7
11.1

173.0
67.6
35.9
16.3
12.6

186.1
69.9
37.6
22.9
13.5

198.3
72.8
42.8
21 0
12.3

10.0
3.2
11.3

7.9
4.2
14.2

4.5
4.0
14.9

5.6
4.7
16.5

14.3
4.5
19.6

16.4
3.4
24.7

12.3
3.5
24.5

8.6
3.7
24.8

8.2
3.7
28.7

6.2
3.5
32.6

8.2
3.5
37.9

16.9
189.1

U S government securities
State and local obligations
Commercial paper

455.5

78.8
42.6
9.5
] l
1.2

7.5
2.2
9.4

37 Liquid assets
38 Demand deposits and currency
39 Time deposits
40 Security repurchase agreements
41 Foreign deposits
...

406.0

69.5
44.1
5.3
2
.8

36 Total financial assets

19.3
201.8

20.2
228.0

21.7
266.8

22.3
243.5

22.7
249.6

24.4
268.4

25.2
299.5

26.3
357.5

29.2
427.6

30.8
460.8

33.2
497.7

94.1
70.3
10.8
3
12.6

106.1
76.4
11.9
4
17.5

119.3
81.5
13.7
4
23.7

136.6
91.7
15.7
4
28.8

145.5
100.4
17.8
4
26.9

160.1
114.1
20.0
4
25.5

179.1
126.6
23.4
.5
28.6

194.1
135.4
27.8
.5
30.4

216.4
151.8
33,4
6
30.7

245.5
175.5
38.9
6
30.4

280.7
201.9
43.8
6
34.4

303.8
215.0
48.7
6
39.5

564.0

612.3

682.0

793.9

817.3

856.8

933.1 1,038.4 1,186.8 1,370.3 1,493.9 1,653.1

. ..

377.5

....

167.3
81.4
2.1
19.8
59.5

411.0
.1
186.1
92.2
3.0
21.7
67.6

457.6
.6
198.3
109.2
3.5
24.5
81.2

522.6
2.4
207.5
127.3
3.1
26.9
97.3

601.3
4.1
227.1
140.9
2.8
28.3
109.8

634.4
6.7
254.3
152.2
3.5
28.8
119.8

686.9
9.2
277.2
164.3
4.8
30.0
129.6

768.7
13.9
298.1
184.0
6.4
32.3
145.2

859.8
17.6
318.3
206.0
6.9
35.2
164.0

971.9 L062.1 1,180.5
21,2
23.6
27.5
339.4 369.9 394.9
228.8 248.9 266.9
6.5
5.6
4.0
37.6
40.1
42.2
184.7 203.2 220.7

Bank loans n e e
Commercial paper
Acceptances
Finance company loans .
U.S. government loans

104.2
7.1
1.5
14.0
2.1

108.3
6.2
1.8
14.6
1.6

120.6
7.0
1.8
18.2
1.8

150.3
8.4
2.4
22.3
2.1

181.3
12 5
3.6
28.1
3.7

172.0
9.6
3.8
31.9
3.9

175.8
11.0
5.1
40.3
4.1

196.4
12.8
5.7
53.8
4.0

226.5
15.5
5.0
65.3
5.7

269.7
24.5
6.0
75.4
6.9

296.5
29.5
6.9
78.5
8.4

341.1
440
9.1
87.2
98

65 Profit taxes payable
66 Trade debt . . .
67 Foreign direct investment in
United States

11.5
161.7

13.3
174.0

13.3
196.2

15.6
235.1

167
174.1

14.3
180.5

21.8
193.6

20.4
214.7

23.9
260.6

23.9
319.9

17.3
349.0

10 2
382.6

13.3

13.9

14.9

20.6

25.1

27.7

30.8

34.6

42.5

54.5

65.5

79.8

27.4

27.8

31.8

31.7

69.4

69.2

74.8

84.8

96.9

107.7

111.9

115.1

248.7
128.9
302.1

278.4
132.6
319.9

308.2
149.5
359.0

337.2
185.4
436.1

372.1
229.2
420.0

413.2
221.2
416.0

450.6
236.3
451.7

496.0
272.7
507.8

541.9
317.9
602.4

589.4
382.5
726.4

642.4
419.7
785.9

689.4
491.2
884.0

65.9
34.1
23.0

67.7
32.3
24.6

67.3
32.7
24.5

64.5
35.5
23.1

61.9
38.1
25.1

65.1
34.9
30.1

65.6
34.4
30.9

64.5
35.5
28.4

63.0
37.0
25.8

60.6
39.4
23.8

60.5
39.5
23.7

58.4
41.6
22.4

52 Total liabilities .

...

53 Credit market instruments
54 Tax-exempt bonds3
55 Corporate bonds2
56 Mortgages
57
Home mortgages . . .
58
Multifamily
59
Commercial
60
61
62
63
64

68
69
70
71
72
73
74

MEMO
Net trade credit
....
Debt subtotals
Securities and mortgages .
Loans and short-term paper
Total short-term liabilities4
Ratios (percent)
Long-term debt to credit market debt . . .
Short-term debt to credit market debt . . .
Liquid assets to short-term liabilities . . . .




125

50. Selected measures of nonfinancial business activity, 1981l
1967 - 100; monthly data are seasonally adjusted. Exceptions are noted.
Year

Market groupings
2 Products, total

3 Final, total
4
Consumer goods
5
Equipment
....
6 Intermediate
7 Materials

....

Industry groupings
8 Manufacturing

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

151.0

Measure
1 Industrial production, total

151.4

151*8 152.1

151.9

152.7 152.9

153.9

153.6

151.6

149.1

146.3

143.4

1506
149.5
147 9
151.8
154.4
151 6

149 9
147.8
1469
149 1
157.5
153 8

1502
148 2
1478
148 7
1577
154 3

150.7
149.0
148 3
150.0
157.1
1544

151 3
149.9
148 9
151.4
156.3
1529

152 3
151.3
150 7
152 1
156.1
153 4

152.2 1530
151.4 152.1
1503 1507
153.0 154 1
154.9 156.2
154.0 155 3

152.6
151.5
1496
154.0
156.8
155.2

151 0
150.0
147 8
152.9
154.6
152 5

1494
1489
1465
152 1
151.4
148 5

147 5 1462
147.2 146 3
1440 142 0
151.5 152 1
148.7 145.9
1446 1390

1504 151 1 151 2 151 6 152 0 152 8 152.4

153 2

153.2

151 i

1480

1450

1420

800
81.1
102.0
139.1
110.3
1050
99.6
155 0

79.6
81.3
109.0
139.2
110.8
105.0
99.6
154 8

798
81.9
99.0
139.6
111.3
1056
100.1
155 2

79.6
81.6
99.0
139.7
111.3
105.4
99.9
155 2

78.3
80.0
100.0
139.9
111.2
1054
99.8
155 6

766
77.7
101.0
139.6
110.1
104 1
98.1
155 7

74 8
75.5
92.0
139.1
109.1
102 9
96.4
155 6

73 1
72.4
112.0
138.5
107.7
101 5
94.5
155 3

375.8
343 6
289.2
362.3
3300

378.5
345.2
289.9
364.4
333.6

384.0
347 8
292 1
369.7
3335

387.8
351.4
294.3
372.9
336.1

390.9
353 7
294.9
375.5
335.6

392.9
3554
293.7
379.7
330.2

395.6
357 8
292.2
382.0
331.4

395.6
3565
288.8
381.8
330.8

Capacity utilization (percent)2
9 Manufacturing
10 Industrial materials industries
11 Construction contracts (1977 = 100)3 . . .
12 Nonagricultural employment, total4
13 Goods-producing, total
14
Manufacturing total
15
Manufacturing, production worker . .
1 6 Service-producing

78 5
79.9
107.0
139.1
110.2
104 2
98.5
155 0

800
82.1
129.0
138.4
110.0
103 7
98.2
1540

79 8
82 3
112.0
138.7
110 1
103 8
98.2
154 4

79.8
82.1
117.0
138.8
110.3
103 8
98.4
1545

79 8
81.1
123.0
139.0
110.3
1046
99.2
1547

17 Personal income, total5
18 Wage and salary disbursements
19
Manufacturing
.
20 Disposable personal income5
6
21 Retail sales

381.6
347 2
288.8
367.9
3306

365.2
335 6
280 1
352.5
321 4

368.0
337 9
281 3
355.3
325 6

371.5
3402
282.9
358.7
329.1

373.6
341 8
286.1
360.6
3296

22
23

Prices7
Consumer .
....
Producer finished goods

126




...

272.4 260.5 263 2 265.1 266.8 269.0 271.3 274.4 276.5 279.3 279.9 280.7 281.5
269.8 260.9 263.3 266.0 268.5 269.6 270.5 271.8 271.5 271.5 274.3 274.7 275.3

51. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization
A. Output
1967 — 100; quarterly data are seasonally adjusted.
Series

1981

1QQ1

Qi

Q3

Q4

,

150.4

151.3

152.4

152.5

145.0

...

153.4
148.8

157.5
148.1

156.5
150.2

155.8
150.7

143.5
145.8

151.6

154.2

153.4

154.3

144.0

149.1
111.2
174.6
181.4
113.0
150.6
224.0
129.0

150.9
117.5
179.2
186.7
114.8
151.4
232.7
130.9

152.3
112.8
178.4
185.9
114.5
151.0
231.6
125.1

152.8
114.2
175.8
182.8
115.5
152.2
224.9
131.6

140.2
99.5
164.5
169.4
106.8
147.0
206.2
127.9

1 Manufacturing
2 Primary processing' .
3 Advanced processing2

Q2

..

4 Materials3
5 Durable goods
6
Metal
7 Nondurable goods
8 Textile paper and chemical . . .
9
Textile
10
Paper
11
Chemical
..
..
12 Energy

..

...

B. Capacity
1967 output = 100; quarterly data are seasonally adjusted.

1981
1981

Series

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

1 Manufacturing

191.6

189.4

190.9

192.4

193.9

2 Primary processing'
3 Advanced processing2

195.6
189.5

193.8
187.1

195.0
188.7

196.3
190.4

197.5
192.0

4 Materials3

189.6

187.6

189.0

190.3

191.5

193.5
141.8
210.2
220.5
140.8
161.3
279.2
154.6

191.8
141.5
207.3
217.1
140.1
159.7
274.1
153.5

192.9
141.7
209.2
219.4
140.6
160.7
277.5
154.3

194.2
141.9
211.2
221.7
141.0
161.9
281.0
155.0

195.3
142.1
213.1
223.9
141.6
162.8
284.4
155.8

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

5 Durable goods
6 Metal
.
. . .
7 Nondurable goods
8
Textile paper and chemical
9
Textile
10
Paper .
. . .
11
Chemical
12 Energy
..

.

.

C. Capacity utilization4
Percent; quarterly data are seasonally adjusted.

1981
1981

Series
1 Manufacturing

...

78.5

79.9

79.8

79.3

74.8

2 Primary processing'
3 Advanced processing2

78.4
78.5

81.3
79.1

80.3
79.6

79.4
79.2

72.7
75.9

4 Materials3 .

79.9

82.2

81.2

81.1

75.2

77.0
78.4
83.1
82.2
80.2
93.4
80.2
83.4

78.7
83.0
86.5
86.0
81.9
94.8
84.9
85.3

78.9
79.6
85.3
84.8
81.4
93.9
83.5
81.1

78.7
80.5
83.3
82.5
81.8
94.1
80.0
84.9

71.8
70.1
77.2
75.7
75.4
90.3
72.5
82.1

5 Durable goods
6 Metal
.
. . . .
7 Nondurable goods
8
Textile, paper, and chemical
9
Textile . .
10
Paper .
. . . .
11
Chemical
12 Energy




...

127

52. Industrial production1
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted.

1981
Grouping

1967
proportion

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Index (1967 = 100)
MAJOR MARKET
1 Total index

100.0

151.4

151.8

152.1

151.9

152.7

152.9

153.9

153.6

151.6

149.1

146.3

143.4

2 Products
3 Final products
4
Consumer goods
5
Equipment
6 Intermediate products
7 Materials

60.71
47.82
27.68
20.14
12.89
39.29

149.9
147.8
146.9
149.1
157.5
153.8

150.2
148.2
147.8
148.7
157.7
154.3

150.7
149.0
148.3
150.0
157,1
154.4

151.3
149.9
148.9
151.4
156.3
152.9

152.3
151.3
150.7
152.1
156.1
153.4

152.2
151.4
150.3
153.0
154.9
154.0

153.0
152.1
150.7
154.1
156.2
155.3

152.6
151.5
149.6
154.0
156.8
155.2

151.0
150,0
147.8
152.9
154.6
152.5

149.4
148.9
146.5
152.1
151.4
148.5

147.5
147.2
144.0
151.5
148,7
144.6

146.2
146.3
142.0
152.1
145.9
139.0

7.89 140.1
2.83 130.4
2.03 102.7
1.90
93.3
.80 200.8
5.06 145.6
1.40 132.2
1.33 134.1
1.07 156.2
2.59 148.4
19.79 149.6
4.S9 121.2
15.50 157.5

141.2
133.9
108.5
101.1
198.4
145.2
125.8
128.2
160.4
149.5
150.5
120.9
158.6

143.6
139.2
116.1
107.8
197.5
146.1
129.1
131.2
160.2
149.4
150.1
118.9
158.8

144.3 147.3 147.9 146.5 -142.5 140.4 136.3 129.7
142.9 151.8 153.1 147.6 137.6 139.1 132.8 121.7
88.9
120.2 129.1 131.4 123.0 107.8 110.0 101.7
81.1
92.5
113.2 120.0 122.2 118.1 104.0 103.3
200.8 209.5 208.0 210.0 213.1 212.9 211.8 205.0
145.0 144.8 145.0 145.8 145.3 141,1 138.2 134.1
121.4 120.0 123.6 126.8 119.0 116.7 107.7
121.2
122.6 122.3 121.4 124.8 128.9 121.4 118.7 108.7
165.2 163.1 166.3 163.2 160.1 158.6 152.6 146.9
149.7 149.9 149.8 150.7 149.2 145.8 143.9 143.2
150.7 152.1 151.2 152.3 152.5 150.8 150.5 149.7
120.6 122.1 120.9 122.8 121.9 119.3 117.8 116.1
159.0 160.3 159.6 160.5 161.0 159.5 159.6 159.0

123.2
119.2
87.5
78.1
199.7
125,4
85.7
86.6
144.4
139.1
149.5
113.8
159.4

150.5
168.1
219.3
129.0
145.4
161.3

150.5
168.4
222.0
128.7
143.7
161.1

150.2
169.3
224.1
127.4
144.9
162.9

Consumer goods
8 Durable consumer goods
9 Automotive products
10
Autos and utility vehicles
11
Autos
12
Auto parts and allied goods . . . .
13 Home goods
14
Appliances, A/C and TV
15
Appliances and TV . . . .
16
Carpeting and furniture
17
Miscellaneous home goods .
18 Nondurable consumer goods
19 Clothing
20 Consumer staples
21
Consumer foods and
tobacco
22
Nonfood staples
23
Consumer chemical products . .
24
Consumer paper products . . . .
25
Consumer energy products . . . .
26
Residential utilities
Equipment
27 Business
28 Industrial
29
Building and mining
30
Manufacturing
31
Power
32 Commercial, transit, and farm . . . .
33
Commercial
34
Transit
35
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 e
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.c
52 Energy materials
53 Primary energy
54 Converted fuel materials
Supplementary groups
55 Home goods and clothing
56 Energy total
57
Products
58 Materials

128



8.33
7.17
2.63
1.92
2.62
1.45

149.3
167.0
213.0
127.9
149.4
167.5

12.63 177.7 177.5 179.3
6.77 161.5 163.4 164.6
1.44 264.0 270.4 276.6
3.85 127.7 128.4 128.6
1.47 149.1 149.9 149.3
5.86 196.6 193.7 196.2
3.26 249.3 250.4 252.7
1.93 133.1 124.8 127.8
.67 122.9 116.4 118.5
7.51 100.9 100.5 100.7

151.3
170.8
225.1
127.7
147.9
168.9

149.6 150.5 150.6
171.3 172.2 173.0
224.4 226.8 227.7
127.6 128.9
129.2
148.9 150.0 150.4
170.4 172.6 169.7

149.5 150.7
171.1
169.9
227.5 223.0
127.7 126.9
146.4 148.2
162.8 166.2

181.0 182.0 183.6
165.9 167.0 169.0
281.7 286.4 289.7
128.5 128,4 130.6
149.9 150.8 151.2
198.6 199.4 200.4
254.5 258.0 259.9
131.5 130.0 129.7
119.7 113.9 114.9
101.5 102.0 101.7

184.8
169.4
290.3
130.8
151.6
202.5
263.7
128.4
118.0
102.6

184.4 182.7 180.5
170.2 168.9 166.9
293,0 293.6 295.6
130.8 129.3 125.7
152.7 150.4 148.4
200.9 198.5 196.2
264.3 264.2 259.8
124.6 121.0 120.6
102.1 104.6
111.8
102.8 103.0 104.5

150.4
169.1
220.3
125.7
149.4
167.4

150.9
169.3
220.1
127.2
149.1
167.5

179.0 179.0
165.1 164.0
293.8 294.6
123.6 122.0
147.1 145.5
195.0 196.3
260.6 262.9
116.6 117.5
101.7
98.9
105.3 107.0

6.42
6.47
1.14

148.4
166.6
175.5

148.9
166.4
174.0

149.0
165.1
174.7

147.9
164.7
175.2

146.5
165.6
179.0

143.4
166.2
177.7

144.3
168.0
180.0

144.0
169.5
176.6

139.7
169.4
174.2

135.2
167.5
174.3

130.1
167.1
177.0

127.0
164.6
177.3

20.35
4.58
5.44
10.34
5.57
10.47

150.0
114.7
189.7
144.7
116.6
180.2

150.6
114.3
188.9
146.6
118.6
179.9

152.2
118.4
191.1
146.7
118.3
177.5

151.8
119.7
192.8
144.3
113.8
179.3

152.8
121.1
194.0
145.1
114.3
179.0

152.4
123.1
193.2
143.9
112.8
176.9

153.6
123.2
193.8
145.9
114.5
176.5

154.3
121.8
194.7
147.4
117.4
175.4

150.4
114.5
192.7
144.1
113.1
175.5

145.6
107.6
190.3
138.9
106.5
170.6

141.0
102.8
188.7
132,9
101.6
164.7

134.0
92.9
183.3
126.1
94.8
158.3

7.62
1,85
1.62
4.15
1.70
1.14
8.48
4.65
3.82

187.6
114.8
150.5
234.7
173.0
141.0
130.2
115.8
147.8

187.3 185.1 186.8
114.4 115.1
115.1
151.0 152.6 152.2
233.8 229.5 232.4
172.3 168.7 172.0
141.8 139.6 139.7
131.6 130.9 123.1
118.2 116.9 104.2
148.0 148.1 146.1

187.3
114.9
150.9
233.9
167.8
140.5
123.0
104.4
145.5

183.7
113.4
149.8
228.4
171.4
139.6
129.3
113.7
148.2

183.5
115.5
150.0
227.1
171.7
136.6
133.3
120.3
149.2

182.4
116.0
151.5
224.1
169.4
137.8
132.6
120.9
146.9

182.5
114.9
155.1
223.4
170.9
136.2
128.9
117.4
142.9

176.4
111.6
149.6
215.9
166.7
137.1
128.3
116.4
142.8

169.9
106.9
150.2
205.8
163.5
131.9
128.1
115,6
143.4

161.9
102.0
141.2
196.8
161.9
128.6
127.4
115.9
141.4

9.35
12.23
3.76
8.48

134.4
138.5
157.3
130.2

134.1
138.5
154.0
131.6

133.6
137.7
153.1
130.9

134.4
133.5
157.3
123.0

133.9
138.0
157.6
129.3

135.2
141.2
159.1
133.3

134.5
140.5
158.4
132.6

131.1
136.8
154.8
128.9

128.8
136.9
156.1
128.3

125.9
137.2
157.8
128.1

120.1
136.7
157.7
127.4

133.8
132.6
154.1
123.1

52. Industrial production1—Continued
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted.
SIC
code

Grouping

1967
profwrtion

1981
Jan.

Mar.

Feb.

Apr.

May

June

July

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
Mining
Metal
Coal
Oil and gas extraction
Stone and
earth minerals

12
13
14
15
16

Nondurable manufactures
Foods
Tobacco products
Textile mill products
Apparel products
Paper and products

17 Printing and publishing . . . .
18 Chemicals and
products
19 Petroleum products
20 Rubber and plastic
products
21 Leather and products ....
Durable manufactures
22 Ordnance, private and
government
23 Lumber and products
24 Furniture and fixtures
25 Clay, glass, and stone
products

153.3
140.4
167.6
189.3
151.1
165.6
141.0

154.1
143.1
166.4
187.1
151.2
166.2
140.8

154.8
143.2
167.8
188.9
151.6
165.3
142.1

150.5
135.2
167.6
188.6
152.0
165.9
142.5

152.1
135.4
170.7
192.9
152.8
166.4
143.5

156.3
141.7
172.7
195.6
152.4
165.8
143.2

159.1
146.5
173.1
196.2
153.2
167.1
143.6

158.2
146.0
171.9
194.2
153.2
167.3
143.4

155.8
145.0
167.8
188.3
151.1
165.9
140.9

156.1
145.3
168.1
189.4
148.0
162.8
137.8

155.4
143.3
168.9
190.9
145.0
160.3
134.4

154.7
142.6
168.2
190.2
142.0
157.4
131.3

.51
.69
4.40

125.5
147.5
141.4

134.1
159.0
142.2

131.1
151.2
144.1

123.1
75.9
146.1

125.0
77.0
146.2

123.5
122.9
148.2

123.6
170.0
147.7

124.1
167.4
148.2

121.5
161.9
148.8

119.8
166.9
148.9

115.4
160.8
148.4

1109
145.5
150.5

14

8
9
10
11

12.05
6.36
5.69
3.88
87.95
35.97
51.98

10
11,12
13

....

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

.75

138.4

140.0

138.8

133.7

132.2

132.7

133.3

128.2

123.4

122.0

116.7

115.7

20
21
22
23
26

8.75
.67
2.68
3.31
3.21

151.9
123.5
138.4
123.8
156.5

152.5
125.4
139.3
121.6
156.0

152.4
125.7
136.2
120.2
157.6

151.9
122.2
138.9
121.6
157.0

152.2
1223
138.8
122.6
155.9

151.3
120.9
138.3
121.1
153.4

151.6
121.3
139.4
122.6
154.9

151.9
123.8
140.7
122.6
156.7

150.7
122.4
136.3
122.5
158.6

151.4
124.3
132.5
117.8
153.3

153.0
119.6
126.1
113.8
152.6

152.8
112.6
122.8
114 1
146.6

27

4.72

143.9

144.8

142.7

141.6

141.3

143.1

144.4

146.1

145.9

145.6

143.4

145.3

28
29

7.74
1.79

218.9
133 1

219.8
131.5

218.5
1303

219.8
130.0

220.6 218.4
1298 129.3

221.5
128.7

219.2
130.4

216.3
129 1

208.8
128.3

204.6
128.0

199.8
128 3

30
31

2.24 264.0 270.2
68.3
.86 68.9

269.5 275.2
68.8
68.9

280.3 285.1
68.4
69.8

285.3 286.7
70.1
69.6

282.2 276.0 264.1
69.7
71.2
70.8

247.3
65 6

19,91
24
25

31 Transportation equipment . . .
32 Motor vehicles and
parts
. ..
33 Aerospace and
miscellaneous
transportation
equipment
34 Instruments
35 Miscellaneous
manufactures
. ..

78.6
127.4
150.0

78.4
126.2
154.3

78.5
125.6
155.6

79.8
126.3
158.7

80.9
126.2
158.9

80.9
122.5
162.4

80.6
122.9
164.9

81.8
119.1
163.3

82.3
113.2
159,9

82.5
109.6
157.2

84.3
104.7
153.7

85.5
104.8
149.4

32

26 Primary metals
27 Iron and steel
28 Fabricated metal
products
....
29 Nonelectrical machinery . . . .
30 Electrical machinery

3.64
1.64
1.37
2.74

156.8

156.4

154.6

154.3

151.7

148.1

148.7

148.2

147.3

143.4

135.9

13L5

109.4
99.7

113.1
105.1

108.6
99.2

102.3
92.2

96.6
87.2

89.6
79.2

140.0
176.4
182.6

136.8
173.9
180.0

133.8
169.7
179.6

130.2
167.9
175.7

126 1
167.4
170.7

33
331,2

6.57
4.21

114.1
108.7

114.5
108.4

114.9
108.0

110.6
103.4

111.9
105.6

107.4
98.5

34
35
36

5.93
9.15
8.05

135.8
167.3
177.6

137.6
168.3
174.9

139.2
169.2
177.4

139.5
169.7
178.8

138.4
172.1
179.9

139.3
174.1
180.1

140.1
176.7
180.9

37

9.27

117.4

116.1

119.5

121.3

123.7

123.4

119.8

115.4

114.2

110,6

106.1

103.7

371

4.50

120.0

119.9

127.1

130.7

136.4

137.5

130.5

123.1

120.4

113.8

105.5

100.4

372,9
38

4.77
2.11

114.9
173.9

112.6
171.1

112.3
170.0

112.4
170.0

111.8
170.6

110.2
171.3

109.7
172.1

108.2
172.3

108.5
169.7

107.5
168.6

106.8
167.1

106.8
166.8

39

1.51

152.9

154.9

155.4

157.3

157.0

158.8

159.4

158.6

154.2

151.5

151.7

147.9

611.5

605.0 597.6 592.8

473.0
317.7
155.3
138.4

470.1
314.3
155.8
134.9

Gross value (billions of 1972 dollars, annual rates)
MAJOR MARKET
0

36 Products, total
37 Final
38 Consumer goods
39 Equipment
40 Intermediate




....

.'507.42

612.9 614.5

0
0
0
0

390.92
277.52
2
113.42

471.6
316.8
154.8
141.2

116.6

472.8
318.8
154.0
141.7

618.0

616.2

476.4 476.3
320.5 320.0
155.9 156.3
141.7
139.9

622.2 619.2 621.4 616.5
482.4
324.3
158.1
139.8

480.5
322.1
158.5
138.7

481.9
324.0
157.9
139.5

476.4
319.3
157.1
140.1

465.2
310.5
154.7
132.4

462.3
307.2
155.1
130.5

129

53. Summary of U.S. international transactions
Millions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted except as noted.1
Item

Q3

Q4

Ql

-1,000
-97

3,380
12

936
3,300

3,245
3,037

1,399
1,975

-25.338
-27,889 -9,679 -6,520
-25,338 -27.889 -9.679 -6.520
224,237
236,254
54,752
55,843
-249,575 -264,143 -64,431 -62,363
-1,541
-514
-2,472
-931
29,910
33,037
9,439
5,748

-3.949
-3,949
55,786
-59,735
-286
7,363

-5.190
-5,190
57,856
-63,046
-742
7,359

-4,312
60,683
-64,995
-487
8,123

-6.547
-6,547
60,284
-66,831
-587
8,201

-7.845
-7,845
57,694
-65,539
61
8,183

-9.185
-9,185
57,593
-66,778
-528
8,529

1,705

1,343

1,842

2,160

2 127

Q2

Ql
1 Balance on current account . . . .
2
Not seasonally adjusted

3
4
5
6
7
8

9
10

Merchandise
trade balance2
Merchandise exports
Merchandise imports
Military transactions, net . . . .
Investment income, net3 . . . .
Other service
transactions, net
Remittances, pensions,
and other transfers
U.S. government grants
(excluding military) . . . .

11 Change in U.S. government
assets other than official
reserve assets, net
(increase, — )

1981

19 80

1981

1980
1,520

4,471

6,203

7472

-2,101
-4,681

-1,800
-1,695

Q2

Q4

Q3
751
- 1 ,834

-927
1,293

1 208

1 592

1 696

-2 104

-498

-499

-535

-569

-462

-524

-558

-562

-4,504

-1,339

-807

-909

-1,626

-960

-986

-1.250

-1,308

-5,126

-5 137

-1 438 -1 143 -1 390 -1,154

-1,375

-1,518

- 1 ,257

-987

-8,155

-5 175

-3 268

-905

12 Change in U.S. official reserve

n

14
15
16

assets (increase, — )
Gold
Special drawing rights
Reserve position in International Monetary Fund . . .
Foreign currencies

17 Change in U.S. private assets
abroad (increase, — )3 . . . .
18
Bank-reported claims
Nonbank-reported claims . . . .
19
20 U.S. purchases of foreign
securities, net
21 U.S. direct investments
abroad, net3

o

-16

-4

262

-1,441

0
-23

-225

-134

-707
-2,381

-780
-102

-647
868

-358
754

- 16,892 -19,143 -15,996
- 1 1 ,634 - 14,998 -15,254
-3,148
2,470
855

-46,952
-42 645
-508

502

o

-1,109

-4,279

-4,529

-1 823 -1 152

112

-261

1,285

-34
- 2,082

-99
489

-294
-554

-1,240
-4,324

-8,210 -24,321
-1 203 -20 165
-1,138
-10

-17,136
-12440
405

-23,079
-13,030
-2,403

-933

-437

-458

-1,511

-618

-2,843

-4,168

-7,209

-1,652

-5,104

-979

-956

5,361
7,242

-2,860
-2,063

-5,835
-4,635

8 119
4,439

-246

o

o

0

o

o

o

o

-1,667
-6,472

-2,491
-861

-72,746
-46,838
-3,146

-98,982
- 84 53 1
-331

-3,524

-5,429

-777

- 19,238

-8,691

-5092

-2 769

15,442'
9,708

4785
4,983

-7 421
-5,357

7 644
4,360

7,541
3,794

7,678
6,911

2,187

1,289

801

250

549

587

454

536

545

-55

48

-337

275

-1,377

22 Change in foreign official
23
24
25

26
27

assets in the United States
(increase, + )
U.S. Treasury securities . . . .
Other U.S. government
obligations
Other U.S. government
liabilities4
Other U.S. liabilities reported
by U S. banks
Other foreign
official assets^

561

-69

-27

506

-90

172

-159

-4083

-3 198

1 676

1,823

-460

-3,109

-2,028

-2,382

3,436

3,145

2 665

360

851

1 465

469

829

647

974

215

39,042
10,743

73,136
41,262

15,286
6,599

972
-4,509

5,106
916

17,677
7,737

3,109
-3,793

16,324
7,663

22,715
16,916

30,988
20,476

6,530

532

217

1,572

1,194

3,547

147

-162

1,006

-457

2 645

2932

3 300

-1 271

5,457

7,109

2,435

13,666
1,152
28,870

28 Change in foreign private
29
30

31
32
33

assets in United States
(increase, + )3
U.S. bank-reported liabilities .
U.S. nonbank-reported
liabilities
Foreign private purchases
of U.S. Treasury
securities net
Foreign purchases of other
U.S. securities, net . . . .
Foreign direct investments in
United States, net3

34 Allocation of SDKs
35 Discrepancy
36 Owing to seasonal
adjustments
37 Statistical discrepancy in
recorded data before
seasonal adjustment . . . .

130




894

1,390

750

-446

1 238

263

2,263

2,419

3,533

761

396

21,301

2,734

4,685

3,011

3,236

2,946

4,540

4,478

9,336

1,093

1,152

0

0

0

1,093

0

0

0

25,809

5,700

17,346

3,608

2,219

9,988

6,703

-374

9,497

-643
28,870

-278

496

795

-2 754

2 605

-829

503

-2,144

2474

6,343

16,551

6,362

-386

10,817

6,200

1,770

7,023

25,809

53. Summary of U.S. international transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted except as noted.1
Item

1980

19 80

1981

Ql
MEMO
Changes in official assets
U.S. official reserve assets
(increase, — )
39 Foreign official assets
in the United States
excluding line 27
(increase, +)
40 Changes in OPEC official
assets in the United States
(part of line 22 above) . ..
41 Transfers under military grant
programs (excluded from
lines 4, 6, and 10)

Q2

1981

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

38

-1,109

-4,279

-4,529

-905

-4

262

7,137

7,606

7,507

5,416

-2,908

-5,498

7,844

2,969

4,584

4,191

1,025

5,364

2,786

2,935

2,230

143

151

125

192

214

132

64

-8,155

-5,175

-3,268

502

14,881

4,854

-7,394

12,769

13,314

631

602

211

54. U.S. reserve assets
Millions of dollars, end of period
1981

iype
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

I Total

28,316

29,682

30,410

29,693

29,395

29,582

2
3
4
5

11,159
3,628
2,867
10,662

11,156
3,633
3,110
11,783

11,154
3,913
3,448
11,895

11,154
3,712
3,576
11,251

11,154
3,652
3,690
10,899

11,154
3,689
3,988
10,751

July

Gold stock'
Special drawing rights2* •*
Reserve position in International Monetary Fund2' ^ .
Convertible foreign currencies5* 6

1 Total
2
3
4
5

...

Gold stock1 . .
Special drawing rights2* 3
Reserve position in International Monetary Fund2* *
Convertible foreign currencies5* 6




Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

28,870

29,265

29,716

30,248

31,002

30,075

11,154
3,717
4,157
9,842

11,154
3,739
4,341
10,031

11,152
3,896
4,618
10,050

11,152
3,949
4,736
10,411

11,152
4,109
5,009
10,732

11,151
4,095
5,055
9,774

131

55. Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions
A. By type
Millions of dollars, end of period

1978
Item

Jan.
1

1 Total

2 Liabilities reported by banks
in the United States2 . . .
3 U S. Treasury bills and certificates3
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4
Marketable
. ,
5
Nonmarketable4
6 U.S. securities other than
U.S. Treasury securities5

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Oct.

17 988
49 752

19020
52 689

19 459
59 302

19 484
57 675

19 327
56493

19 168
55,594

19807
56,849

20420
56371

20086
55 078

22 232
58 005

33 879
20473

33 602
19 602

34 597
19 513

32 898
19 444

32 357
19 355

32 879
19 284

34 192
19 214

34902
20 375

35 607
20304

36 178
21 426

13,012

13,194

13,346

13,430

13,943

14,204

14,670

14,694

14,772

14,800

May

June

July

Aug.

Nov.

2 Liabilities reported by banks
in the United States2
3 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates3
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4
Marketable
5
Nonmarketable4
6 U.S. securities other than
U.S. Treasury securities5

Sept.

135,104 138,107 146,217 142,931 141,475 141,129 144,732 146,762 145,847 152,641

1979

1978

1 Total1 .

Aug.

July

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

157,082 162,775 163,082 160,860 154,643 148,772 141,374 144,521 148,372 149,069
22 292
62,656

23 326
67,671

22 779
68,437

23 813
65,803

23,276
59,774

25,247
51,614

25,923
43,727

25 712
46,304

26031
49,425

25615
50,146

36242
20,993

35 894
20,970

36062
20952

35 464
20,912

35 989
20,471

36,231
20,467

36082
20,467

36379
20,697

37421
19,797

37 932
19,547

14,899

14,914

14,852

14,868

15,133

15,213

15,175

15,429

15,698

15,829

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

1980

1979

1

1 Total

2 Liabilities reported by banks
in the United States2
3 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates3
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4
Marketable
5
Nonmarketable4
6 U.S. securities other than
U S Treasury securities5 . . .

150,225 147 199 141 837 149 697 146,253 145,255 142,303 140,749 143 756 149438
25 884
50 842

25 247
49 411

26 995
43 921

30540
47 666

24 888
48 864

24606
48 234

27 342
42,797

28055
40527

28 621
42 731

29018
45 907

38 024
19,547

38 080
18 497

37 043
17 837

37 590
17 387

38 073
17,434

37 809
17,384

37 706
16,784

37 643
16,384

38068
16 184

39 786
15 954

15 928

15 964

16 041

16514

16994

17 222

17 674

18 140

18 152

18 773

1981

1980
July
1 Total1
2 Liabilities reported by banks
in the United States2 . .
3 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates3
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4
Marketable
5
Nonmarketable4
6 U.S. securities other than
U S Treasury securities5

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar>

153,385 155,047 157 069 157,550 163,387 164,578 162,991 162,880 169,994

169,997

29 286
47,982

29600
49 811

30 841
49 361

28 734
50 392

29 546
55,104

30 381
56,243

27 046
56,522

25 025
56,988

27 272
60492

27 280
60,487

40,548
15 954

39,803
15 654

40,826
15 254

41 489
15 254

41,790
15 254

41,455
14 654

42,320
14654

43,725
14494

44 808
14294

44,808
14 294

19 615

20 179

20787

21 681

21 693

21 845

22 449

22 648

23 128

23 128

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1981
Apr.
1 Total1
2 Liabilities reported by banks
in the United States2 .
3 U S Treasury bills and certificates3
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4
Marketable
5
Nonmarketable4
6 U.S. securities other than
U S Treasury securities5

132




May

June

July

Aug.

170,614 165,430 167,088 167,010 162,395 161,591 159,795 164,545 169,436
25 577
61 671

23 591
57 858

25 251
57 719

25 957
55 661

22940
52922

22 870
50 181

20928
48 867

23 436
49 644

26 306
52 389

45 303
14 294

45 625
14 294

46605
13 202

47 402
12 802

48 932
12402

50 308
12 402

51 940
12 191

53 937
11 791

53 150
11 791

23 769

24062

24 311

25 188

25 199

25 830

25 869

25 737

25 800

55. Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions—Continued
B. By area
Millions of dollars, end of period

19 78
Item

May

Jan.

Apr.

138,107

146,217

142,931

72 598
2078
4,562
53 357
1 706

74 441
1 389
5,179
54 535
1 901

73 655
2,476
5,583
58 239
1,872
1,106

74 583
2,593
4,677
56 610
1 689

75 857
2 490
4,658
58 524
2 219

79 853
2 071
4647
57 364
2 035

80 426
1 497
3 922
57 259
2008

85 142
2 618
4 635
57 324
2 184

662

76 294
1 633
5772
59 742
1 758
1 018

72 888
2,680
5,429
57 616
1,945

803

Western Europe1
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
Other countries2

Mar.

135,104

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

Feb.

917

977

984

792

735

738

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

June

141,475 141,129

19 78
Nov.

144,732

Sept.

146,762 145,847

Oct.
152,641

1979
Dec.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

148,772

141,374

144,521

148,372

149,069

93,089
2 486
5,046
59,004
2408

94 532
2 150
4 351
59,269
2 256

92,945
1 908
4,342
58,535
2,339

90,361
3 088
4,141
54,266
2,112

85,201
3,044
4,591
52,599
2,504

81,077
1,993
4,742
50,289
2,460

83,635
1,979
4,529
51,064
2,597

86,704
2 116
5,317
50,934
2,613

86,589
2 185
4417
52,246
3 219

792

Western Europe1
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
Other countries2

742

524

791

675

833

813

717

688

413

162,775 163,082

160,860 154,643

19 80

1979
Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

146,253 145,255

Jan.

Feb.

142,303

140,749

143,756

149,438

87 264
2,412
4 816
52 787
2,511

85 615
1,954
4478
52,184
2,583

80,871
1,971
4500
51,729
2,215

85,633
1,898
6,291
52,977
2,412

82,658
1,922
4,699
53,759
2,480

79,882
2,347
4,836
54,870
2,392

77,149
1,644
6,019
54,282
2,419

74,199
1,903
5,902
54,694
3,316

74,204
2,134
5,955
57,644
2,889

75,351
2,157
5,943
62,423
2,694

435

385

551

486

735

928

790

735

930

870

150,225

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

Aug.

88,438
2446
4 519
58,584
2 303

157,082

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

July

Western Europe1 .
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
Other countries2

147,199 141,837

149,697

19 81

1980

Mar>

July

2
3
4
5
6
7

Western Europe
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
Other countries2

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

157,069

157,550

163,387

164,578

162,991

162,880

169,994

169,997

78,549
2,156
6,049
64,536
3,281

76,967
1,901
6,606
67 848
3,232

476

515

75,989
1,670
6,008
69,289
3,520
1,074

80,884
1,393
5,722
70,272
3,866
1,250

81,592
1,562
5,688
70,784
4,123

718

1

Sept.

155,047

78,191
1,907
6,308
63 331
2,930

1 Total

Aug.

153,385

80,434
1,174
5,456
70,769
3,973
1,185

78,334
1,089
5,242
73,162
3,947
1,106

79,724
1,437
6,365
77,234
4,088
1,146

79,823
1,437
6,355
77,143
4,087
1,152

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

167,010 162,395

161,591

159,795

164,545

169,436

65,960
1,603
5,968
84,641
2,840
1,383

64,419
1,366
5,429
87,326
2,090

61,086
1,073
5,089
89,187
2,149
1,211

63,107
2,248
5,051
91,161
1,792
1,186

65,218
2,403
6,934
91,790
1,849
1,242

829
1981

Apr.

Western Europe1
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
.
.
Other countries2




June

170,614 165,430 167,088

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

May

.

78,237
1,177
5 908
79,269
4,187
1 836

71,467
1,365
5 526
81,032
3,927
2 113

71,130
1,248
6,103
83,142
3,190
2,275

July

70,576

664
5,584
85,849
2,645
1,692

Aug.

961

133

56. 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

1981
Item

Jan.

Feb.

Apr.

Mar>

May

June

1 All foreigners

2 2 3 7 201,515 2 3 5 8 205,280 213,640 213,844 209,243
0,9
0,4

2 Banks' own liabilities
3 Demand deposits . .
4 Time deposits1
5 Other2
6
Own foreign offices3

122,857 121,528 120,350 120,616 128,219 132,208 128,084
22,149 23,300 21,288 21,195 22,644 22,193 23,177
15,898 15,778 16,272 16,316 15,736 16,063 16,646
14,685 13,476 15,947 16,227 14,864 12,379 14,158
70,125 68,973 6 , 4
6 8 4 66,877 74,975 81,573 74,102

7 Banks' custody liabilities4
8
U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
9
Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6
10 Other
11 Nonmonetary International and regional organizations7

79,539
57,673
19,050
2,816

8,6
4 6 4 85,421 81,635
62,339 63,288 59,601
18,015 18,032 17,540
4,310 4,100 4,495

81,160
59,745
17,127
4,288

203
,0

1,854

1,854

1,816

1,814

419
212
71
137

317
186
76
54

293
126
67
100

293
126
67
100

667
178
81
408

509
147
80
282

357
224
75
58

1,542
88
1,453
0

1,687
368
1,319
0

1,561
333
1,228
0

1,561
333
1,228
0

1,149
63
1,086
0

1,304
213
1,091
0

1,420
289
1,132
0

20 Official institutions8

83,568

82,013

8,6
775

8,9
772

8,4
727

81,450

82,970

21 Banks' own liabilities ,
22
Demand deposits .
23 Time deposits1
24 Other2

15,222
3,869
3,343
8,010

13,938
3,580
2,997
7,361

16,210
3,338
2,920
9,951

16,242
3,232
2,950
10,060

14,689
3,768
2,424
846
,9

13,478
3,444
2,654
7,381

15,815
3,975
2,563
9,277

25 Banks' custody liabilities4
26
U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
27 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6
28 Other

68,346
56,522
11,756
68

68,075
56,988
10,894
193

71,555
60,492
10,871
191

71,550
60,487
10,871
191

72,558
61,670
10,800
89

67,972
57,858
10,023
90

67,155
57,719
9,356
80

29 Banks9

96,659

96,608

93,127

94,516 102,903 108,790 101,810

30 Banks' own liabilities
31
Unaffiliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits . . . .
33
Time deposits'
34
Other2

90,594
20,469
12,889
1,857
5,723

90,319
21,346
14,287
1,813
5,245

86,772
19,928
12,565
2,324
5,039

86,784
19,907
12,567
2,305
5,035

95,182 100,479
20,207 18,906
13,493 13,394
1,549
1,685
5,165
3,827

93,381
19,279
13,630
1,728
3,920

Own foreign offices3

70,125

68,973

6,4
684

66,877

74,975

81,573

74,102

6,065
631
2,856
2,578

6,289
714
2,850
2,726

6,355
826
2,913
2,615

7,731
827
2,927
3,977

7,721
846
2,981
3,894

8,311
948
3,103
4,260

8,429
1,170
3,1%
403
,6

40 Other foreigners

20,209

20,891

20,802

21,118

21,673

21,790

22,686

41 Banks' own liabilities .
42
Demand deposits . .
43 Time deposits'
44 Other2

16,623
5,179
10,628
815

16,955
5,246
10,892
816

17,076
5,259
10,961
856

17,296
5,270
10,995
1,032

17,681
5,205
11,682
795

17,742
5,209
11,645
889

18,531
5,347
12,280
903

3,586
432
2,985
170

3,937
449
3,287
201

3,727
607
2,978
141

3,822
692
2,989
141

3,992
709
3,166
118

408
,4
581
3,322
145

4,155
568
3,442
144

10,267

9,868

9,686

9,697

9,646

9,750

10,262

12 Banks' own liabilities
13 Demand deposits
14 Time deposits'
15 Other2
16 Banks' custody liabilities4
•,
17 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
18 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6
19 Other

35

36 Banks' custody liabilities4
37 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
38 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6
39 Other

45 Banks' custody liabilities4
46 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
47 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6
48 Other

49 MEMO: Negotiable time certificates of deposit held in custody
for foreigners

134



1,961

79,988 83,197
58,518 62,259
18,350 17,991
3,120 2,948

1,777

56. 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

1981
Item
July

2 Banks' own liabilities
3 Demand deposits
4 Time deposits'
5 Other2
6
Own foreign offices3

Dec.10

208,474

216,555

199,272

209,024

242,533

131,092
22,073
17,256
11,328
80,434

142,362
23,592
17,319
13,641
87,809

124,454
19,072
17,647
11,225
76,511

133,308
21,127
18,101
14,129
79,951

162,433
19,677
29,381
17,371
96,003

77,382
54,848
18,018
4,516

74,193
52,369
17,312
4,512

74,819
51,281
18,257
5,281

75,717
52,005
18,269
5,442

80,100
55,312
18,819
5,970

1,798

1 1 Nonmonetary international and regional organizations^

Nov.

82,196
57,552
17,890
6,754

7 Banks' custody liabilities'*
8
U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
9
Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments'*
10 Other

Oct.

132,155
21,413
16,462
13,465
80,815

,

Sept.

214,351

1 All foreigners

Aug.

1,650

1,826

1,981

2,317

2,721
638
262
58
318

2,083
541
1,542
0

363
222
75
65

436
233
59
145

398
249
60
89

303
185
58
60

555
388
74
93

1,435
247
1,188
0

1,214
84
1,130
0

1,428
96
1,332
0

1,678
184
1,494
0

1,762
142
1,621
0

81,617

75,862

73,051

21 Banks' own liabilities
22
Demand deposits
23 Time deposits1
24 Other2

14,479
3,134
2,090
9,255

13,482
3,714
2,021
7,747

25 Banks' custody liabilities4
26 U S Treasury bills and certificates5
27
Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments**
28 Other

67,138
55,661
9,396
2,081

12 Banks' own liabilities
13 Demand deposits
1 4 Time deposits'
15 Other2

.

16 Banks' custody liabilities4
17 U.S Treasury bills and certificates
18 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments'*
19 Other

.

.

.

. . .

20 Official Institutions8

.

40 Other foreigners
41 Banks' own liabilities
42
Demand deposits
43 Time deposits1
44 Other2

.

45 Banks' custody liabilities4
46
U S Treasury bills and certificates
47 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments**
48 Other

.

49 MEMO: Negotiable time certificates of deposit held in custody
for foreigners




...

16,672
2,612
4,192
9,868

62,380
52,922
9,402
55

59,094
50,181
8,659
255

57,927
48,867
9,013
46

58,866
49,644
9,171
51

62,024
52,389
9,587
47

107,858

118,050

103,348

109,204

135,167

98,454
18,019
13,255
1,686
3,079

108,755
20,946
15,199
1,875
3,873

92,786
16,275
11,346
1,631
3,298

98,369
18,418
12,908
1,837
3,673

123,452
27,449
11,614
9,169
6,666

80,434

87,809

76,511

79,951

96,003

9,404
1,217
4,028
4,159

9,296
1,439
3,898
3,958

10,562
1,574
4,091
4,897

10,835
1,584
4,169
5,082

11,715
1,683
4,421
5,611

23,104

23,628

24,148

24,424

25,949

18,212
5,127
12,724
360

36 Banks' custody liabilities4
37 U S Treasury bills and certificates
38 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments**
39 Other

11,869
2,668
1,692
7,509

9,333
1,069
3,750
4,514

Own foreign offices3

13,956
2,697
1,986
9,273

99,101
18,286
12,929
1,573
3,784

.

78,6%

14,214
2,459
1,910
9,846

22,502

.

73,080

80,815

30 Banks' own liabilities
31
Unaffiliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits
33
Time deposits'
34
Other2

69,7%

108,434

29 Banks9

35

.

18,720
4,872
13,490
358

19,253
5,447
13,399
406

19,496
4,873
14,266
358

20,170
5,373
14,280
517

21,671
5,189
15,963
520

4,291
575
3,556
159

4,384
624
3,458
302

4,375
654
3,422
300

4,652
656
3,659
337

4,253
635
3,309
309

4,278
698
3,268
312

10,099

9,947

9,467

9,424

9,985

10,547

135

56. 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

1981
Jan.

1 Total
7

Foreign countries

^
4
5
fj
7
8
Q

10
J|
P

n

14

is

16
17
18
10
?0
71
77
71
74

75

76
77
78
79
10
11
17
11
14
IS
16
17
18
1Q
40
41
4?
41
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
5?
51
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
6?
61
64
65
66

.

..

.

...

Europe
Austria . . . .
Belgium-Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland .
Germany
Greece . . .
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
...
. . .
Portugal
Spain
Sweden . ,
....
.
....
Switzerland
Turkev
United Kingdom . . . .
.
Yugoslavia
Other Western Europe'
USSR
Other Eastern Europe2
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean . . .
Argentina
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Chile . . .
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
Guatemala
Jamaica
...
Mexico
....
Netherlands Antilles
Panama
Peru
Uruguay . . . .
Venezuela
Other
Asia
....
China
Mainland
...
Taiwan
Hong Kong ,
...
India

.......
.....
..

....

..

....

...

Indonesia . . .
....
Israel
Japan
....
Korea . . . .
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting countries** . . .
Other . . .
Africa
Egypt
- ..
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries4
Other
Other countries
Australia
All other

67 Nonmonetary international and regional organizations
....
....
68 International5
6Q Latin American regional .
6
70 Other regional

136



,

....

...

Feb. |

"A

Mai

1

A,- | May

June

202,397 201,515 203,548 205,280 213,640 213,844 209,243
200435 199,512 201,694 203,426 211,824 212,030 207,466
89 701 89 181 91,162 92,370 90025 87 241 86864
519
493
523
554
540
519
551
4,672
4,672
4,926
4,782
5,056
5,469
4,062
434
432
461
463
526
420
415
317
317
280
328
355
264
305
12,168 12,521 12,939 12,949 13,146 11,367 11,515
9296 12,299
12,300 12490
9472
10 336
9631
563
513
574
563
524
507
563
3,014
5,987
3,453
3,446
3,600
6,743
4,620
2 314
2,328
2 323
2 176
2540
2 568
2 133
1 648
1 472
1 037
1 743
1,575
1,575
899
454
356
356
336
309
358
370
1,631
1 631
1 678
1 352
1 388
1 416
1 199
2,784
2,078
2,399
2,399
1 365
2 180
2501
16631 16,636 16,816 16,836 15,745 15,808 15,840
235
182
194
235
231
209
203
24 209 24325 24' 71 1 25,847 24384 25 519 24507
202
269
202
270
238
296
312
5,385
5,328
5,298
5,616
4,893
6,225
5,323
84
47
47
37
46
41
85
352
288
267
363
401
351
350
10,339 11 220 10 267
8,612
8,570
9,131
9802
53 229 52275 50,925 51,324 58 706 60312 56 392
1 998
1 917
1 917
1 800
1 919
1 857
1 991
16 164 15916 14,282 14,466 19022 20369 17982
908
910
802
804
475
698
634
1 151
1 266
1 339
1 412
1 347
1 345
1 148
12,144 1 1 ,593 11,593 14059 14,892 12,836
12798
549
549
431
526
539
501
508
2960
2 828
2940
3087
3 085
2 827
2960
7
7
8
6
6
7
6
449
511
511
352
463
391
389
416
399
413
446
446
461
428
94
94
101
132
141
112
80
4 757
4948
5 332
4600
5 351
4756
4595
497
439
462
523
599
493
436
4447
4 294
4723
4460
4629
4 847
3 984
341
334
354
447
450
342
401
284
266
322
334
306
306
290
3,924
4 178
3,925
3794
3,548
4,220
4,218
2 393
2 158
2 158
1 869
1 979
1 997
1 936
41 687 43 041 44961 45 044 46036 46267 47 354
55
1 821
2 764
437
1 170
523
17 701
1 498
849
367
12 254
2 249
4 358
313
42
327
48
2921
707
1 658
1 304
354

55
1,733
3054
604
678
557
17 990
1 485
I 057
404
13015
2409
4 371
496
30
258
58
2,833
697
1 513
1 205
307

60
1,822
2438
576
1 063
582
19 366
1 380
1 115
250
14 180
2 129
4553
333
33
322
28
3,084
753
1 523
1 284
240

60
1,822
2440
576
1 063
582
19,443
1 380
1 115
250
14 180
2 132
4553
333
33
322
28
3,084
753
1 523
1,284
240

46
1,803
2469
442
944
444
19453
1 381
1 213
391
15 203
2 247
4529
336
34
330
28
3,135
666
2 189
I 913
275

54
1,786
3001
458
707
404
19816
1 397
802
338
14 812
2 694
4513
308
54
360
24
3004
764
2 477
2 276
201

102
1,941
3 151
408
582
478
19 561
1 329
1 049
422
15 203
3 129

1,961
913
769
279

2,003
995
745
263

1,854
754
768
333

1,854
754
768
333

1,816
806
693
317

1,814
781
729
303

1,777
747
722
307

3 907
289
41
253
181
2,388
755
2 683
2 398
285

56. 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

1981

Area and country
July

4

5

6
7
%

9
10
11
1?

13
14
is

16
17
18
19
20
21
*>?
21
74
25
^6
77
28
^q

30

'HI

37
SI
34
35
36
37
38
39
<10
41
'P
43

64
65
66

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.7

208,474

216,555

199,272

209,024

242,533

212,554

206,824

214,729

197,292

206,708

239 812

85,511

81,638

85,125

77,652

82,302

90622

611

613

590

583

4758

4 239

4 852

3 644

3 989

11 060
9,072

Austria
Belgium- Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
Yufiosla v i a
Other Western Europe1
USSR
Other Eastern Europe2

9235
7,301

7 637
8,410

7 125
6,555

7 385
7 211

433
296
533

239
220

492

163
198
578

6,146
1,792
1,289

6,374
1,751
1,228

6,264
2,240
1,008

1,351
1,864
16,328

1,409
1,667
16,434

1,189
2,102
16,980

448

460

486

356

208

234

23,276

24,278

26,376

408

343

5,177

4,804

5,010

33
280

34
310

366

28
414

232
187

496

5,677
2,173
1,449

424
975

595
306
196
428
5,656
2,351
1,642

358
954

587

4 117

333
296

8 486
7 665

463

7,290
2,773
1,457

354
916

1,508
18,937

1,545
18,878

23,985

24,258

28,230

4,472

5,394

1,609
17,114

252

265

42
396

197

380
72
486

518

375

5,798

49
493

9,260

10,091

10,256

59,896
1,929
21,325

62,011
2,012
23,625

84 504
2,445
34,380

1,282
13,239

1,301
14,456

1,265
10,472

538

491

538

1,285
9,524

566

1,548
17 692

2,708

2,527

2,759

2,776

2,993

5,532

6,352

6,021

5,014

4,629

4,974

5,902
2,771
4,599

6,047
2,896
4,904

7,163
3,073
4,852

3,971
2,04!

4,245
2,612

48,632

49,810

646

7
392
412
122

.

Guatemala

8,934

66,757
1,979
25,552

1,199
14,024

.

Cuba

10,119

64,119
2,043
24,526

2,784

Latin America and Caribbean
Argentina
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Chile

9,873

64,457
1,980
24,890

Canada

.

Mexico
Netherlands Antilles

487
363
243

Peru

700

7
355
399
290
692
398
266

806

8
394
476
92
697
380
259

721

6
403
419
147

379
249

...

....

China

3,671
2,125

3,621
2,073

3,982
2,362

4,044
1,969

48,157

Venezuela
Other

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
5-7
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Sept.

214,351

1 Total
0 Foreign countries
3 Europe

Aug.

46,201

48,733

46,851

84

Taiwan
Hone Kong
India

.

..

...

2,013
3,456

74

76

2,183
3,956

2,195
4,062

85

2,189
4,158

624

505
7
516
444
96

473
266

200

765

664

9
434
479
87

694
367

158

2,147
4,090

1,269

418

514
985
475

2,082
3,950

20,204
1,291

19,988
1,322

20,559
2,013

433

385
640
589

1,309

.

19,473
1,252

19,754
1,319

20,745
1,434

14,935
3,419

.

12,398
3,610

13,295
3,990

12,196
3,643

13,603
4,163

13,172
4,852

3,201

2,561

2,535

2,381

3,201

1,715

1,703

1,040

1,165

672

328
37
202
56
830
929

1,987
1,770

1,792
1,568

1,434
1,174

1,423
1,212

1,291
1,065

1,419
1 223

1,798

1,650

1,826

1,981

2,317
1,128

2,721
1,661

992
436

.. ..

293
77
257
84

.

757

Other countries
Australia
AH other

67 Nonmonetary international and regional organizations
68 Internationa]
60 Latin American regional
70 Other regional6




491
809
412

3,182
Ecvot
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries4
Other

455
732
482

401

387

Israel
.
Japan
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting countries3
Other

217

•

699
765
333

868
371

355
59
296
41

746
224

524
747
379

832
392

433
43
244
76
725

260
631
750
445

691
274

343
28
282
44

211

945
724
312

736
409

226

797
391

876
534

360
32
420
134

1,395

860
196

710
350

137

57. Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States
Millions of dollars, end of period
Area and country

1981

1980
Jan.

Dec.

Feb.

Apr.

Mar>

May

1 Total

172,592

167,338 167,825 179,837

182,753 186,976

187,622

2 Foreign countries

172,514

167,266

167,746

179,748

182,707

186,920

187,575

32,108
236
1,621
127
460
2,958
948
256
3,364
575
227
331
993
783
1,446
145
14,917
853
179
281
1,410

30,657
249
1,739
129
322
2,716
993
264
3,168
642
294
299
1,131
688
1,753
146
13,175
863
347
249
1,490

30,768
191
2,140
172
337
3,067
1,028
244
3,105
523
224
240
1,152
733
1,729
155
12,949
859
177
249
1,494

34,136
174
2,568
119
319
3,838
1,074
210
3,052
548
223
247
1,494
868
1,313
136
15,093
871
176
265
1,548

35,528
174
2,573
119
326
3,926
1,122
210
3,060
575
223
247
1,502
884
1,390
136
16,201
872
176
265
1,548

35,089
151
2,158
142
327
3,750
1,040
334
2,931
547
180
242
1,611
975
1,283
132
16,353
878
224
266
1,567

34,677
149
2,014
162
299
3,167
1,140
242
2,981
606
173
263
1,720
996
1,711
172
16,038
904
147
254
1,539

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

Europe
Austria
Belgium-Luxembourg . .
Denmark .
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Spam
Sweden
Switzerland . . . .
Turkey
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia
Other Western Europe1
U.S.S.R
Other Eastern Europe2 . .

24

Canada

25
26
27
28

Latin America and Caribbea n
Argentina
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies . . . .
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
Guatemala
Jamaica
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles . . .
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other

30
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

4,810
..

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting countries3
Other

4,221

4,872

5,040

5,422

6,309

6,090

92,992
5,689
29,419
218
10,496
15,663
1,951
1,752
3
1,190
137
36
12,595
821
4,974
890
137
5,438
1,583

90,792
5,642
28,358
267
10,260
14,546
1,862
1,665
4
1,222
114
33
12,687
835
5,033
912
111
5,515
1,728

89,732
5,636
28,749
364
9,801
14,338
1,843
1,435
3
1,179
113
41
12,460
655
4,964
877
107
5,514
1,653

96,621
5,672
34,343
324
10,218
14,282
1,876
1,467
3
1,257
208
36
12,448
807
5,640
794
103
5,441
1,702

97,434
5,691
34,634
324
10,278
14,511
1,876
1,467
3
1,257
208
36
12,489
921
5,673
794
103
5,463
1,705

99,659
5,900
34,406
401
9,934
16,623
2,028
1,457
4
1,229
98
34
13,243
825
5,528
855
105
5,330
1,658

100,165
5,659
33,385
481
9,927
17,412
2,019
1,580
3
1,239
104
35
13,344
756
6,060
871
100
5,438
1,751

39,078

38,564

39,144

40,643

41,011

42,553

43,066

195
2,469
2,247
142
245
1,172
21,361
5,697
989
876
1,432
2,252

225
2,415
2,250
110
280
1,081
21,187
5,904
840
810
1,435
2,026

186
2,270
2,212
142
306
829
22,345
5,936
745
808
1,443
1,922

201
2,413
2,330
127
288
944
23,714
5,826
605
835
1,486
1,874

201
2,413
2,332
130
288
983
23,983
5,826
610
835
1,491
1,919

202
2,568
2,430
134
299
1,016
23,923
6,066
999
829
1,914
2,175

204
2,414
2,899
170

1,186
24,195
6,067
1,024
698
1,474
2,466

57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries4 .
Other

2,377
151
223
370
94
805
734

1,910
175
186
337
96
410
707

1,981
152
115
421
94
425
773

2,271
137
153
534
111
589
746

2,271
137
153
534
111
589
746

2,272
124
118
562
108
650
710

2,536
126
87
668
98
805
752

64
65
66

Other countries
Australia
All other

1,150
859
290

1,122
827
295

1,250
868
381

1,038
870
167

1,041
874
167

1,038
922
116

1,040
898
142

78

72

79

89

46

56

47

67 Nonmonetary international and regional organizations5

138



57. Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1981
Aug.

July

June

Dec.6

Nov.

Oct.

Sept.

I Total

197,552

197,961 200,124 210,856 197,584 208,754 250,136

2 Foreign countries

197 504

197 901 200073 210 801

Canada

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Latin America and Caribbean
Argentina
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
Guatemala
Jamaica
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other

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 Hast oil-exporting countries^
Other

57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Africa
Egypt . .
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries4
Other

64
65
66

Other countries
Australia
All other

35,402

41 ,078

34 678

39 637

157

185

436

138

179

127

2403

24

35,427

166

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 Europe2

2090

2 376

2 628

1 761

2 025

2 832

48 711

125
365

,

166
352

158
347

187
397

208
528

186
549

3 077
1,144

3 351
1 267

2 563

3 261

4069

292

214

287

841
235

979
255

936
333

3 923

3 997

4016

4 322

4 559

5 186

498
167
389

583
249
350

573
300
328

567
230
353

570
281
390

685
384
529

1 769

. . . . . .

132
343

670
172
353

.

2 862
1,259

3 879

.

3 210
1,099

249

,

1 726

1,801

1,711

1 627

1 693
1,339
1 963

2 100
1,206
2 211

795

731

672

930

871

1 694

1 877

1 723

1 953

1 475

147

137

159

144

153

144

421

16,967

15,671

15,147

19,569

16,047

988
182
302

992
160
245

948
200
252

932
185
232

954
148
203

18,204
1 016

23,431
1 224

197
248

209
367

1 752

1,809

1 733

1 605

1 596

1 725

7,711

6,435

8,067

7,456

7,079

9,041

103,598
5 822
34,854

.

1 776

7,050

106,059
5 742
36,166

109,464
5 702
37,295

112,088 108,289
5 887
5 772
38,380 36,921

113,073
6044
39,438

137,718
7 506
43,351

404

411

340

490

335

255

326

10014
18,437
2070
1,533

9,781
18,138
2 203
1,480

10,214
17,981
2 321
1,429

9,877
19,162
2 514
1,487

10 823
17,890
2 643
1,598

16 874
21,579
3 682
2,018

14

3

10,374
17,262
2 567
1,529

1,285

1,307

1,318

1,298

1,282

1,328

1,531

105
38

95
39

115
40

119
54

127
40

123
45

124
62

14066

15 560

17 396

17 264

17 153

18 505

22 358
1,068
6,719
1 213

3

.

7

4

3

874

933

894

869

933

951

6,216

6,035

6,173

6,674

5,798

5,655

3

818
94

796
107

788
142

796
166

705
148

5,436
1,821

5,529
1,800

5 326
1,869

5 273
1,843

5 129
1,790

7 046
2,102

46063

.

803
102

5 295
1,671

45 056

44,995

45,493

43 263

45 008

49,690

157

205

188

186

153

148

199

107

2,471
3 329

.....

2,380
3,209

2,543
3,348

2,476
3,717

2,349
3 786

2,262
3 923

2,461
4,115

132
257

.

..

106
271

135
254

144
363

1,309
25 996
6,710
1,192

1,178
25 955
6,474
1,195

1,108
25,352
6,533
1,402

1,086
25 166
6,542
1,530

176
267

179
329

134
346

1,200
22 790
6,632
1,448

1,325
23 785
6,733
1,621

1,561
26 682
7,311
1,817

.

.

.

663

546

527

549

559

546

564

1 615
2,182

1 288
2,266

1 473
2,134

1 394
2,374

1 381
2,526

1 569
2,537

1 597
2,996

2 428

.

67 Nonmonetary international and regional organisations^




197 540 208 713 250 080

37,287

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

2 526

2 723

2 964

2 796

2 803

3 546

155
71
658
98
672
774

128
88
688
100
726
797

148
204
787
87
713
784

145
273
917
102
689
839

147
269
848
102
534
896

137
243
904
100
531
888

1,011

1,078

1,121

1,054

1,110

1,059

1 114

939
139

988
133

952
102

959
152

962
97

989
125

48

60

51

55

43

40

238
284
112
657
1,244
1 374
1 197

177
56

139

58. Banks' own and domestic customers9 claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars,
reported by banks in the United States1
Millions of dollars, end of period

1981

1980
Dec.
1 Total
2 Banks' own claims on foreigners
3 Foreign public borrowers
4
Own foreign offices2
5
Unaffiliated foreign banks
6
Deposits
7
Other
8
All other foreigners
..

172 592
20,882
65,084
50 168
8 254
41,914
36459

Jan.

,..,

. .

Mar>

Feb.

Apr.

May

186,976
21,577
76,863
50,508
9,621
40,886
38,028

187,622
21,614
75,436
52 653
11,077
41,577
37 918

210,903 214,581

198,698
167,825
20,320
64,910
45,905
7,079
38,826
36,690

179,837
20,903
74,920
46,465
7,263
39,203
37,549

182,753
21,159
75,107
48,865
8,980
39,885
37,622

31,067

167,338
20,969
64,002
46,350
7,261
39,089
36,017

9 Claims of banks' domestic customers3
10
Deposits
11
Negotiable and readily transferable instruments4
12
Outstanding collections and other claims

26,106

885

850

15 574
9648

19,461
10,756

31,828
1,011
20,064
10,753

13 MEMO: Customer liability on acceptances

22,714

24,451

24,409

Dollar deposits in banks abroad, reported by nonbanking business
enterprises in the United States5

22,532

28,827

31,175

30,551

30,551

34,424

34,916

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.6

1981

1 Total

231,587

246,560

287,400

2 Banks' own claims on foreigners
3
Foreign public borrowers
4
Own foreign offices2
5
Unaffiliated foreign banks
6
Deposits
7
Other
8
All other foreigners
....

197,552
22 950
79 829
55,707
11 716
43 991
39 066

197,961 200,124 210,856
24 026 24414 25 024
81,174 80,863 88,419
54,748 56,062 58,928
11,816
13 461
12,365
42,931
43,697 45,467
38 012 38 784 38484

197,584 208,754 250,136
25 436 26 397 30930
78,988
% 607
84,651
55,711
58,477
73,462
13,148
13 637 21 992
42,563 44,840 51 470
37 449 39 228 49 137

9 Claims of banks' domestic customers3
10 Deposits
11
Negotiable and readily transferable instruments4
12
Outstanding collections and other claims

34,035

35,704

763

992

23,765
9 507

25,297
9415

37,264
1 355
25,786
10 123

13 MEMO: Customer liability on acceptances

27,457

27,640

29,636

Dollar deposits in banks abroad, reported by nonbanking business
enterprises in the United States5

33 121

140




....

37,354

34459

36466

40,000

41 608

39 177

59. Banks' own claims on unaffiliated foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars,
reported by banks in the United States
Millions of dollars, end of period

1980

1981

Maturity, by borrower and area

Dec.
1 Total

.

June

Mar>

Sept,

Dec,1

106,748

104,545

107,276

117,445

122,257

151,955

By borrower
2 Maturity of 1 year or less2
3
Foreign public borrowers
4
All other foreigners

82,555
9,974
72,581

80,796
10,534
70,262

83,471
10,734
72,737

91,982
11,733
80,248

94,722
12,955
81,767

114,059
15,071
98,988

5 Maturity of over 1 year2 ,
6
Foreign public borrowers
7
All other foreigners

24,193
10.152
14,041

23,749
10,216
13,533

23,805
10,250
13,555

25,463
11,022
14,441

27,535
12,410
15,125

37,897
15,607
22,290

By area
Maturity of 1 year or less2
8
Europe
9 Canada
10 Latin America and Caribbean
1 1 Asia
12 Africa
13 All other3

18,715
2,723
32,034
26,686
1,757
640

17,260
2,385
30,792
28,009
1,624
726

18,681
2,743
31,329
28,363
1,624
730

21,095
3,319
33,514
31,489
1,768
797

22,898
3,906
35,524
29,296
2,324
774

27,145
4,273
47,576
31,653
2,474
938

Maturity of over 1 year2
Europe
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
All other3

5,118
1,448
15,075
1,865
507
179

5,581
1,180
14,751
1,523
531
182

5,585
1,180
14,841
1,530
531
138

6,307
1,317
15,448
1,680
551
159

6,424
1,347
17,478
1,565
548
172

8,080
1,729
25,187
1,749
893
260

14
15
16
17
18
19

60* Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies,
reported by banks in the United Statesf
Millions of dollars, end of period

1981
Mar>

|

June

Sept,

Dec.

1 Banks' own liabilities

3,260

3,298

3,031

2,878

3,667

2 Banks1 own claims
3 Deposits
4 Other claims

4,194
1,696
2,498

4,287
1,779
2,508

3,699
2,050
1,649

4,078
2,409
1,669

5,331
3,592
1 738

444

444

347

248

972

5 Claims of banks' domestic customers2 . . . .




141

61. Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign holdings and transactions
Millions of dollars

1979
Country or area

1979

1980

1981
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

1

Holdings (end of period)
1 Estimated total2

51,484
2

2 Foreign countries

. . .

12

Canada

13
14
15
16

Latin America
Venezuela
Other Latin America and Caribbean
Netherlands Antilles . *

17
18

Asia
Japan

19
20

Africa
All other

.. .

45,595

47,457

48,090

47,165

47,485

46,055

.

46,218

52,961

64,530

41,341

40,883

42,852

43,128

43,005

43,446

24,468
77
12,327
1,884
595
1,485
7,323
111
0

23,976
543
11,861
1,955
643
846
6,709
1,419
0

18,360
19
8,864
1,433
320
1,818
5,489
417
0

18,502
19
8,860
1,517
355
1,508
5,823
420
0

20,172
19
10,216
1,587
360
1,537
5,991
461
0

20,623
19
10,812
1,637
415
1,510
5,766
464
0

20,697
20
10,828
1,672
479
1,458
5,727
513
0

21,120
24
10,751
1,695
484
1,582
6,088
496
0

232

.

Europe2
Belgium-Luxembourg
Germany2
Netherlands
Sweden
Switzerland2
United Kingdom
Other Western Europe
Eastern Europe

70,201

24,964
60
14,056
1,466
647
1,868
6,376
491
0

...

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

57,549

449

514

150

146

166

226

216

227

337
103
72
162

338
103
72
162

317
103
52
162

307
103
42
162

307
103
42
162

,;

21 Nonmonetary international and regional organizations
22
International
23 Latin American regional

999
292
285
421

736
286
319
131

19,805
11,175

; . ..

466
103
200
163

433
183
88
162

26,112
9,479

38,671
10,780

21,709
12,226

21,210
12,422

21,488
12,729

21,273
12,982

21,097
13,014

21,103
13,040

591
-3

919
14

631
2

691
-3

691
-3

691
—3

691
-3

691
-3

691
-3

5,429
5,388
37

4,588
4,548
36

5,671
5,637
1

4,877
4,837
41

4,712
4,666
46

4,605
4.560
46

4,962
4,915
46

4,160
4,114
46

4,039
3,993
46

Transactions (net purchases or sales (-), during period)
24 Total2

6,537
2

25 Foreign countries
26
Official institutions
27
Other foreign2
28 Nonmonetary international and regional organizations
MEMO: Oil-exporting countries
29 Middle East3
30 Africa4

142




6,066

12,652

1,272

-623

1,862

632

-924

320

6,238
1,697
4,543

6,906
3,865
3,040

11,568
11,694
-127

1,524
168
1,356

-458
-597
141

1,968
524
1,443

276
242
34

-122
-149
27

441
297
143

-843

1,085

-252

-165

-106

356

-802

-120

7,672
327

11,156
-289

-461
0

-693
0

-31
0

-452
0

-190
0

8
0

300

-1,014
-100

61. Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign holdings and transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars

1979

Country or area
July

Aug.

Sept.

1980

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

Holdings (end of period)1
1 Estimated total2

..

49,035 49,628 50,285

.

50,940 51,484

54,042 54,385 54,157 53,248

45,439 46,055

47,994 47,743

22,338 22,694 22,708 22,801
24
24
65
65
10,781 10,952 10,953 11,082
1,577
1,660
1,667
1,655
525
588
481
600
2,048
1,843
2,427
2,496
7,064
6,300
7,031
6,302
538
637
491
666
0
0
0
0

2

50,916

44,589 45,034 45,090 45,236

2 Foreign countries2

23,152 24,964 26,646 26,168 25,853 25,244
60
60
55
27
60
28
12,456 14,056 15,200 14,917 14,608 14,316
1,490
1,466
1,407
1,473
1,414
1,453
647
593
636
633
640
642
1,894
1,961 1,868
1,564
1,534
1,528
6,932
6,079 6,376
7,069
7,118
6,729
514
513
512
478
491
527
0
0
0
0
0
0

47,697

47,590

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Europe
Belgium-Luxembourg
Germany2
Netherlands
Sweden
Switzerland2
United Kingdom
Other Western Europe . . . .
Eastern Europe

12

Canada

232

233

233

235

234

232

231

389

394

381

13
14
15
16

Latin America
Venezuela
Other Latin America and Caribbean .
Netherlands Antilles

457
103
192
162

459
103
192
165

459
103
192
165

461
103
194
164

459
103
192
164

466
103
200
163

466
103
200
163

467
103
201
164

472
103
206
164

501
103
199
199

17
18

Asia
Japan

20,874 20,960
13,090 12,818

21,001
12,789

21,051
12,591

21,006 19,805
12,502 11,175

20,062
10,844

20,131
10,420

20,391
9,631

20,873
9,533

19
20

Africa
All other

691
-3

„,.,"...

691
-3

691
-3

591
-I

591
-3

591
-3

591
-3

591
'i

593
-2

4,446
4,400
46

4,594
4,551
43

5,195
5,150
43

5,680
5,636
43

5,501
5,463
37

5,429
5,388
37

6,048
6,016
32

6,642
6,592
50

6,460
6,407
50

5,658
5,606
50

1,550

21 Non monetary international and
regional organizations . .
2 2 International
23
Latin American regional

691
-3

594

655

-231

-909

1,143
1,042
102

445
511
-66

56
92
-36

407

148

599

-193
0

394
0

73
0

Transactions (net purchases or sales ( — ), during period)
2

24 Total

2

25 Foreign countries
26 Official institutions
27
Other foreign2
28 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
MEMO: Oil-exporting countries
29 Middle East3
30 Africa4




632

23

543

2,562

343

146
203
56 -1,037
1,241
89

616
547
69

1,939
483
1,456

-251
-264
14

-46
-103
57

-108
-63
-44

487

-180

-72

622

593

-186

-802

299
0

64
-100

168
0

550
0

500
0

1,014
0

471
0

143

61. Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign holdings and transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars

1980

1981

Country or area
May

I June [ July

[ A u g T [ Sept. j O c t T [ N o v T [ Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Holdings (end of period)1
1 Estimated total2

52,568 54,330 55,019 54,255

56,004 56,687

57,351

57,549 58,584

60,352

2 Foreign countries2

48,108 49,930 50,725 50,127

51,308

53,001

52,961

54,050

55,727

24,916 24,841 24,468 25,307
78
74
77
80
12,813 12,748 12,327 12,783
1,658
1,777
1,884
1,954
607
614
595
555
1,517
1,485
1,561
1,489
7,681
7,554
7,323 7,578
562
584
777
796
0
0
0

25,539
88
12,848
1,944
535
1,524
7,885
714

2

52,210

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Europe
Belgium-Luxembourg .
Germany2
Netherlands
Sweden
Switzerland2
United Kingdom
Other Western Europe
Eastern Europe

12

Canada

385

423

481

469

480

503

532

13
14
15
16

Latin America
Venezuela
Other Latin America and Caribbean
Netherlands Antilles

512
103
209
200

616
200
215
200

690
248
242
200

706
261
240
205

768
302
241
225

768
292
255
221

942
292
278
372

17
18

Asia
Japan .

21,310 22,793 23,577
9,543 9,545 9,614

23,587
9,465

24,294
9,444

19
20

Africa . .
All other .

25,311 25,612 25,392
28
28
45
14,334 14,085 13,688
1,412
1,437
1,547
653
647
650
1,574
1,731
1,675
6,791
7,127 7,217
519
556
571
0

24,776 25,149
91
89
13,087 13,100
1,640
1,522
611
640
1,566
1,675
7,599
7,232
542
531
0
0

25,333 25,968
9,503 9,547

458

490

998
292
281
425

1,074
292
341
441

26,112 26,303
9,479 9,519

27,467
9,543

449
999
292
285
421

593
-2

21 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . .
22 International
23 Latin American regional . . ,

492
-6

592
-6

592
-5

617
0

685
5

714

919
14

970
14

1,139
18

4,460
4,401
60

4,400
4,338
60

4,294
4,234
60

4,128
4,066
60

4,696
4,632
65

4,477
4,430
44

4,350
4,302
44

4t588
4,548
36

4,534
4,505
26

4,625
4,586
36

Transactions (net purchases or sales (—), during period)
24 Total2

1,759

692

-767

1,752

680

664

198

1,035

1,768

518
425
92

1,822
1,718
104

795
762
33

-598
-745
146

1,181
1,023
158

902
663
239

791
301
490

-40
-335
295

1,088
865
223

1,677

-1,195

-63

237

-53

91

358
205

300
51

1,139
169

-677
2

25 Foreign countries
26 Official institutions
27 Other foreign2
28 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations .. .
MEMO: Oil-exporting countries
29 Middle East3
30 Africa4

144




462 1,427
0-100

-104
598
100

-168
140
0

571
601
25

-222
990
68

-126
561
29

1,404

274

61. Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign holdings and transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars
1981
Country or area

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1

Holdings (end of period)
1 Estimated total2

61,877

2 Foreign countries
2

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Europe
....
...
Belgium-Luxembourg
Germany2
Netherlands . .
....
Sweden
Switzerland2
United Kingdom
..
Other Western Europe
Eastern Europe

12

Canada

13
14
15
16

Latin America
Venezuela
Other Latin America and Caribbean
Netherlands Antilles

17
18

Asia
Japan

19
20

Africa
AH other

...

62,246 62,960 64,226 64,631 66,431

67,002 68,482

70,370

70,201

56,958

2

57,474

62,363

65,893

64,530

58,162

59,283

59,652

61,572

64,061

25,353 25,005 24,641 25,000 24,573 25,090 24,334 24,531 24,952 23,976
131
106
173
163
123
370
372
384
329
543
12,318 11,907 11,940 12,585 13,226 13,524 12,830 13,029 13,226 11,861
1,965
1,950
1,813
1,784
1,781
1,756
1,760
1,756
1,889
1,955
566
582
606
567
572
623
646
661
645
643
1,527
763
1,526
1,535
848
876
1,600
861
833
846
8,031
8,002 7,414
6,976 6,709 6,630
6,469
6,446
6,693
6,709
1,334
839
1,304
1,350
930
1,236
1,385
1,367
1,337
1,419
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
o
0
0

478

...

477

494

508

521

540

501

514

939
292
389
258

849
287
430
132

666
287
217
162

724
287
260
177

818
313
321
184

854
294
313
246

788
289
317
182

761
306
289
165

736
286
319
131

29,920
9,566

31,047
9,606

31,997
9,778

32,716
9,786

34,008
9,890

35,506
10,102

37,052
10,094

38,638
10,732

38,671
10,780

1,139
9

....

480

28,827
9,543

21 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations
2 2 International . . . .
23
Latin American regional

464

1,151
292
339
519

....

1,139
7

1,140
6

1,139
3

1,139
6

1,140
8

1,140
8

1,141
8

1,037
3

631
2

4,919
4,878
36

4,772
4,759
6

4,798
4,791
1

4,943
4,936
1

4,979
4,977
1

4,859
4,856
1

4,639
4,636
1

4,421
4,419
1

4,477
4,462
1

5,671
5,637
1

-169

Transactions (net purchases or sales ( — ), during period)
24 Total2

1,525

25 Foreign countries2
2 6 Official institutions
...
27
Other foreign2
28 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

1,230
1,084
146

MEMO: Oil-exporting countries
29 Middle East3
30 Africa4

405

1,799

571

1,480

1,888

516
495
22

688
321
366

1,121
980
141

369
798
-429

1,920
1,529
391

791
1,376
-585

1,698
1,632
65

1,832 -1,363
1,997
-787
-165
-576

-149

26

145

36

-120

-220

-217

1,322
0

...

1,266

295

....

714

1,062
0

841
0

565
0

659
0

1,204
0

1,354
0

1,442
0

368

57

1,194

1,250
-102

17
-407

62. Foreign official assets held at Federal Reserve Banks1
Millions of dollars, end of period

1981
Jan.
1 Deposits
Assets held in custody
2 U.S. Treasury securities2
3 Earmarked gold3




573

Feb.

422

Mar. 1 Apr.

474

475

May
346

June

338

July

285

Aug.

255

Sept.

419

Oct.

547

Nov.

534

Dec.

505

104,490 106,389 111,859 113,746 109,742 107,884 105,064 102,197 101,068 101,068 103,894 104,680
14,893 14,892 14,883 14,886 14,875 14,871 14,854 14,833 14,813 14,811 14,802 14,804

145

63. Foreign transactions in securities
Millions of dollars

1979
Transaction,
and area or country

Jan.Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Ajjr.

May

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

U.S. corporate securities

STOCKS

1,790
1,775

2,393
2,235

2,090
2,030

2,442
2,411

1,889
1,700

2,389
2,216

85

14

159

60

30

189

173

85
20
41
-7
-15
-3
5
33

14
-34
18
-11
8
-52
-12
30

157
-48
19
-30
-3
-87
97
78

66
-107
-20
-37
0
-64
19
145

30
-18
-33
-32
38
-68
83
76

191
77
-18
-18
12
-148
278
11

169
75
8
-10
-25
-68
155
44

36
22
-18
-28
246
46
20
24
6 1 - 3
9
40
1 - 3 - 2
-3
1
2 - 1 - 1

-17
5
32
-3
1

45
44
35
-4
7

-8
49
-12
-2
1

-93
52
18
-1
-3

-7
135
-28
1
2

40
32
-21
-3
2

0

1

2

-7

0

-3

4

595
377

864 1,122
923
818

869
636

729
679

448
291

869
643

725
913

963
555

218

-60

304

233

50

156

225

-188

408

107
141
-2
19
-20
8
134
6

84
271
120
129
-1
8
6
0
-37
-32
- 4 1 -14
149
169
4
0

234
171
-34
-1
-9
-2
232
8

65
-11
-3
-16
-19
-8
24
9

69
16
-1
-4
-2
4
23
17

85
129
46
-7
-7
0
103
8

-124
-205
11
2
-15
-53
-124
-1

422
32
1
1
-20
7
36
-25

9
24
8
-106
25
-61
4 - 3
14
1
0
0
0
1 - 1

6 - 1 0
-73
102
28
48
0
0
0
0

11
40
5
0
0

10
50
7
0
0

-4
43
-4
1
0

6
-39
-19
0
1

12
71
-1
0
0

15
406
-6
0
0

-1

-14

87

140

-63

-14

22,783
21,104
1,679

59

129

509

94

179

60
-8
-6
-18
-35
-31
85
7

112
53
16
20
-15
13
19
-6

506
104
33
-2
-19
-12
109
57

93
-2
31
-59
-10
-16
52
30

179
125
48
-12
-7
18
74
47

34
-18
50
-2
-4

-25
53
30
6
1

17

-1

16

3

1

8,871
7,592

17 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . .

1,397
1,269

-19
688
211
-14
7

3 Net purchases, or sales (-). .
4 Foreign countries
5 Europe
6
France
7
Germany
8
Netherlands . . .
9
Switzerland
10
United Kingdom
1 1 Canada
12 Latin America and
Caribbean
13 Middle East1 . . . .
14 Other Asia
15 Africa
16 Other countries . .

1,368
1,309

1,662
237
137
-215
-71
-519
964
552

1 Foreign purchases
2 Foreign sales

1,958 1,621 1,573 1,872
1,448 1,528 1,394 1,788

641
725

453
546

594
486

1,279

-84

-93

108

1,376
671
56
59
-202
-118
814
80

34
18
18
42
-4
-15
-54
11

34
116
0
13
-10
6
93
10

109
424
88
1
1

23
-34
16
0
0

-96

-118

0

2

BONDS

18 Foreign purchases
19 Foreign sales . .
20 Net purchases, or sales (-)

..

21 Foreign countries . . .
22 Europe
23
France
24
Germany
25
Netherlands
26
Switzerland . . .
27
United Kingdom
28 Canada
29 Latin America and
Caribbean . . . .
30 Middle East1
31 Other Asia
32 Africa
33 Other countries . .
34 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . .

-127

95
16
13
4
-27
9
28
33

13

112

-143

34

Foreign securities
35 Stocks, net purchases,
or sales ( — ) . . .
36 Foreign purchases
37 Foreign sales

-817
4,617
5,434

48
303
255

38 Bonds, net purchases,
or sales ( - )
39 Foreign purchases
40 Foreign sales . . . .

-3,999
12,662
16,660

41 Net purchases, or sales (-),
of stocks and bonds
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 . . .

146




3
332
329

6
369
363

62-18
555
402
493
421

-13
391
404

-122
377
499

-341
420
760

-199
467
665

-84
365
449

-131
406
537

-522
856
1,378

-365
-45
956 1,195
1,321 1,240

20
903
883

15 -577
841
955
826 1,531

-421
1,020
1,440

-608
1,611
2,219

-783
850
1,634

-44
1,234
1,278

-344
1,094
1,438

-326
1,147
1,472

-4,816

-474

-392

-4,066
-1,785
-2,601

-397
-120
-267

-182
-92
-184

343
15
-63
25

57
-64
-3
1

70
26
-5
2

-750

-77

-210

-28
232
260

25

77

-595

-434

-731 -1,124

-243

-428

-457

-3i
12
-11 - 170
-220
9

76
-34
85

-313
-155
-221

-458
-324
-178

-647
-306
-128

-974
-122
-891

-247
-47
-358

-309
-120
-106

-595
-284
-142

51
149
-8
7

56
113
2
2

24
-4
4
1

42
20
5
-4

31
14
-2
2

12
-226
-1
2

-7
80
-39
5

13
158
-14
2

30
-118
1
3

-37
-133
-2
3

-11

13

1 -282

24

-83

-149

4

-118

138

-42

63. Foreign transactions in securities—Continued
Millions of dollars

1980
Transaction,
and area or country

Jan.Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

May

Apr.

STOCKS

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

U.S. corporate securities
40,293
34t870

17 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . .

2,745
2,382

1,987
1,728

1,984
1,967

2,560
2,401

3,112
2,803

3,507
3,302

3,569
3,316

4,425
3,905

4,438
3,550

4,324
3,678

5,423

691

1,113

363

258

17

159

309

205

253

521

889

645

5,405
3,112
490
172
-328
308
2,523
887

690
505
71
35
8
153
215
42

1,115
850
133
45
-40
374
333
130

361
165
-49
-17
-6
-36
211
130

255
129
14
3
-30
-75
194
66

15
125
23
14
-40
-17
126
-35

160
56
9
-5
-25
-19
99
24

306
113
62
-13
-27
-82
188
81

207
44
30
-21
-26
-127
216
13

258
-72
-28
-17
-38
-122
153
-21

526
296
53
29
-29
83
172
-59

886
646
112
110
-58
265
251
269

624
255
60
8
-17
-88
300
247

92
18
30
0
2

33
49
58
-1
-3

-49
107
8
2
-2

6
138
-81
0
—2

-4
-53
-21
0
3

27
19
28
-2
8

-25
141
-5
-1
2

-32
183
-22
0
21

-83
410
19
2
4

132
126
33
2
-3

57
-109
18
0
5

-8
111
-49
-2
2

18

1

-2

2

3

2

-2

2

-2

-5

-6

2

22

1,190
548

952
601

1,278
839

1,659
1,143

1,283
1,259

1,864
1,152

1,735
898

1,087
589

645
468

1,591
739

1,193
902

946
826

5,461

642

352

439

516

25

712

837

498

177

852

291

121

5,526
1,576
129
213
-65
54
1,257
135

510
192
8
-5
-3
6
236
25

287
54
1
5
-30
8
84
28

448
351
15
10
0
3
302
8

566
248
7
103
-14
79
34
2

251
93
47
104
-14
-29
-33
9

655
105
12
-14
6
-10
110
5

809
129
8
-50
-26
-16
196
-2

475
27
6
-11
-7
-9
53
25

226
-23
-2
4
7
0
-5
12

897
263
2
30
8
1
228
9

295
163
12
13
-7
8
166
21

107
-26
12
22
17
14
-113
-7

185
3,499
117
5
10

...

4,482
3,368

15,425
9,964

3 Net purchases, or sales (-). .

3,161
2,470

148
1,206
16
-1
38

1 Foreign purchases
2 Foreign sales . . . .

4 Foreign countries
5
Europe
6
France
7
Germany . . . .
8
Netherlands
9
Switzerland
10
United Kingdom
1 1 Canada
12 Latin America and
Caribbean
13 Middle East1 . . . .
14 Other Asia
15
Africa
16 Other countries

July

June

14
280
-1
0
0

10
181
3
2
8

9
83
-4
0
0

13
295
7
0
0

25
104
17
1
0

23
513
5
0
4

29
640
13
0
1

32
382
9
0
0

18
207
14
0
-2

7
594
24
0
0

H
105
-3
0
-1

-5
113
32
0
0

-65

132

65

-8

-50

-226

57

28

23

-49

-45

-4

14

BONDS2

18 Foreign purchases
19 Foreign sales
20 Net purchases, or sales (-)
21 Foreign countries
22 Europe
..
23
France
24
Germany
25
Netherlands
26
Switzerland
27
United Kingdom
28 Canada
29 Latin America and
Caribbean
30 Middle East1 .
31
Other Asia
32
Africa
33 Other countries

..
...

. ..

34 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . .

Foreign securities
35 Stocks, net purchases,
or sales ( — )
36 Foreign purchases . .
37 Foreign sales .
38 Bonds, net purchases,
or sales ( - )
39 Foreign purchases
40 Foreign sales

...

...

41 Net purchases, or sales (-),
of stocks and bonds
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 . . .




-2,141
7,888
10,029

-237
635
872

-437
814
1,252

2
680
678

-1,001
17,084
18,086

-50
1,283
1333

-71
1,382
1,453

21
1,186
1,165

-3,143

-287

-509

22

-101
457
558

-181
495
676

-79
664
742

-205
605
810

-563
695
1,258

-351
795
1,146

127
927
799

-75
721
796

-17 -279
1,077 1,487
1,094 1,765

-620
1,639
2,258

321
1,731
1,411

-290
1,375
1,665

-113
1,232
1,345

-212
1,653
1,865

93
1,255
1,162

218
1,787
1,569

-380

-801

242

-496

-677

-563

220

143

-88
-43
-27

-419
-206
42

-714
-144
-344

-579
112
-651

197
-31
330

-240
-91
14

-41
402
443

-58

-4,019
-1,108
-1,948

-364
166
-324

-510
-136
-414

-26
59
-158

-78
-90
7

-379
-214
-136

-820
-489
-288

81
-1,147
24
79

4
-205
-4

101
-46
-1
-13

29
48
0
-3

14
-13
4
0

45
-83
5
4

-25
-66
5
44

34
-60
1
6

-14
-319
0
76

7
-223
-4
-6

-35
-19
29
-16

-24
-73
-1
-3

-55
-88
-13
-7

876

78

1

48

20

-1

19

330

-76

37

15

23

383

147

63. Foreign transactions in securities—Continued
Millions of dollars

1981
Transaction,
and area or country

Jan.Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aiig.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

U.S. corporate securities

STOCKS
40,582
34,821

3,417
2,796

2,721
2,313

3,961
3,317

4,029
3,305

4,098
2,863

4,425
3,415

3,458
3,258

5,761

621

409

645

724

1,235

1,010

200

-54

5,737
3,599
889
-28
37
276
2,210
783

609
435
63
19
43
105
178
26

406
259
42
22
2
-24
220
91

637
612
110
30
12
145
308
105

716
422
126
17
-2
75
197
233

1,226
769
394
-20
31
84
218
157

1,006
537
48
13
54
0
372
119

192
121
49
-28
-41
-19
148
77

-49
74
29
-28
-28
1
85
-39

-30
1,140
284
7
-46

101
63
-14
2
-5

-22
74
-2
0
7

15
-95
0
-1
0

-26
91
3
-1
-5

9
223
71
1
-4

126
33
187
4
-1

24

12

2

8

8

10

5

8

17,192
12,152

1,562
873

1,400
863

2,044
1,243

1,511
743

898
669

1,939
1,451

1,894
822

20 Net purchases, or sales (-) . .

5,039

689

537

801

768

229

488

1,072

277

21 Foreign countries
22 Europe
23
France
24
Germany
25
Netherlands
26
Switzerland
27
United Kingdom
28 Canada
29 Latin America and
Caribbean
30 Middle East1 .
31 Other Asia
32 Africa . .
33 Other countries

4,973
1,353
11
848
70
108
178
-12

662
170
4
48
6
-24
126
7

550
309
-42
110
12
12
207
-2

803
138
9
92
14
14
-22
19

726
327
8
22
13
17
231
5

247
-3
17
28
4
34
-87
20

472
179
10
151
0
20
4
-8

1,065
120
-5
66
0
22
11
23

278
176
-9
105
-2
22
45
2 -

132
3,465
44
-1
-7

-3
492
-1
0
-4

26
201
17
0
0

28
723
-105
0
0

22
362
9
0
0

9
192
29
0
0

12
359
-71
0
1

21
853
49
0
0

66

27

-13

-1

42

-18

16

7

-1

51
835
784

1 Foreign purchases
2 Foreign sales
3 Net purchases, or sales (-). .
4 Foreign countries
5 Europe
6
France
7
Germany
8
Netherlands
9
Switzerland
10
United Kingdom
1 1 Canada
12 Latin America and
Caribbean
13 Middle East1
14 Other Asia
15 Africa
16 Other countries
17 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . .

3,152 2,851
3,206 2,322

2,839
2,792

2,689
2,494

2,940
2,740

529

47

195

200

535
38
10
-48
-3
-68
132
44

53
46
21
.6
13
-97
86
-47

207
109
-7
-4
28
0
%
7

199
176
5
-6
-73
75
171
8

-126
-51
-81
105
-36
497
37
20
33
1
0
0
-21
-17
4

7
164
-117
0
-2

54
46
-7
1
-3

-36
-24
74
0
1

-5

-6

-12

0

1,171 1,306
894 1,051

1,176
1,203

1,099
1,303

1,192
1,038

255

-26

-204

153

243
5
4
64
-2
-23
-53
1 2

-17
-96
5
43
13
7
-164
-35

-212
-112
4
67
9
10
-174
-29

157
139
7
52
3
-3
55
-2

-5
7
81
252
24
-9
0
0
0
1

-12
84
43
0
0

4
-72
_!
-1
-2

22
-62
60
0
-2

12

-10

9

-4

191
794
603

-30
588
617

-70
625
695

82
699
617

-109 -1,945
1,553 2,297
1,661 4,242

-772
1,980
2,751

-5

BONDS2

18 Foreign purchases
19 Foreign sales

. .

34 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . .

Foreign securities
35 Stocks, net purchases,
or sales ( — )
36 Foreign purchases
37 Foreign sales

5
9,199
9,195

35
697
661

13
710
697

-187
764
951

-88
852
940

28
853
825

-128
891
1,019

107
892
785

38 Bonds, net purchases,
or sales ( — )
39 Foreign purchases
40 Foreign sales

-5,177
17,796
22,973

-240
1,144
1,384

40
1,316
1,276

-118
1,712
1,830

-630
1,124
1,753

-209
1,290
1,499

-484
1,508
1,992

-416
1,770
2,186

41 Net purchases, or sales (-),
of stocks and bonds . . . .

-5,172

-205

52

-305

-718

-181

-612

-309

11

-64

-139 -2,015

-689

-4,416
-642
-3,698

-264
-115
-3

35
94
76

-317
-139
-99

-727
-300
-268

-181
71
-394

-611
-50
-507

-619
145
-856

53
-64
-73

-78
78
-325

-311 -1,426
-45 -453
-205 -878

31
136
-166

170
-287
-53
94

51
-182
-10
-4

52
-172
-8
-7

-68
6
-17
-1

119
-234
-7
-38

-51
168
•>
29

-13
-109
-6
74

-24
140
-2
-23

62
131
-3
1

1
177
-6
-3

50
-113
1
0

-6
-148
1
57

-2
49
6
8

-756

59

17

12

9

0

0

311

14

173

-588

-720

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 . . .

148



-40 -255
1,080 1,023
1,120 1,279

-43

64. Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States
Millions of dollars, end of period
1979

1980

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

1 Total

14,629

15,663

15,853

17,174

17,688

18766

2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies

11 582
3047

12,713
2 950

12,773
3080

14,100
3075

14676
3 012

15 326
3 439

6 154
3 843
2311

6 175
3 945
2,231

6272
3 958
2,313

7 485
5 215
2270

8033
5 792
2 242

8 534
5 9!3
2621

8475
3 526
4949

9487
4,297
5,190

9 582
4049
5,533

9690
4421
5,268

9655
4202
5452

10 232
4 296
5 936

7 740
735

8 768
719

8 815
767

8 885
805

8 884
770

9413
819

3,738
366
145
311
424
244
2 135

3,657
355
140
283
403
235
2,023

3,785
317
132
381
536
193
2,026

4,658
345
175
497
829
170
2463

4.901
380
193
520
796
174
2666

s*70
440
347
657
799
233
2 827

279
1 346
447
5
13
201
101
55

346
1,395
477
2
19
189
131
68

375
1,347
390
2
14
198
122
71

532
1,483
375
81
18
514
121
72

478
1,816
486
83
22
720
101
70

641
1 641
429
2
25
714
101
72

781
717
23

767
709
25

755
702
19

804
726
31

818
740
26

757
683
31

5
1
5

6
2
5

5
5

4
1
4

11
1
10

10
1
15

3 031
88
350
404
224
329
870

3,325
90
353
484
230
439
997

3,409
105
394
553
206
348
1,015

3,636
137
467
545
227
310
1,077

3 721
118
503
544
288
386
1,013

4036
133
485
724
245
462
1,133

614
1 168
16
42
61
89
236
356

663
1,335
65
82
165
121
216
323

111
1,401
89
48
186
21
270
359

868
1,323
69
32
203
21
257
301

727
1,253
4
47
228
20
235
211

591
1,271
26
107
151
37
272
210

2646
429
1 119

3,030
516
1,221

2,993
517
1,068

2,902
494
1 014

2,949
581
900

3,091
418
1 030

779
343
237

891
410
243

775
370
287

728
384
233

742
382
263

875
498
367

By type
4 Financial liabilities
5 Payable i n dollars
6 Payable in foreign currencies

.

. . . . .
...

....

7 Commercial liabilities
8 Trade payables
. . .
9 Advance receipts and other liabilities
10
11

12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Payable in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies
By area or country
Financial liabilities
Europe . ,
Belgium-Luxembourg
France
....
...
Germany
Netherlands
.
Switzerland
United Kingdom

...

,,
...

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
..
..
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

27
28
29

Asia
..
..
....
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries'

30
31
32

Africa
Oil-exporting countries^
All other*
Commercial liabilities
Europe
Belgium-Luxembourg
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

.

—

, ,
. . . . . .

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

33
34
35
36
37
38
39

...

..

, .

...

..

..
....
.

...

,

. . . . .
...

40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean . . .
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
...
..
...
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela
..

.

48
49
50

Asia
Japan
..
..
...
Middle East oil-exporting countries1

..

51
52
53

Africa
.
Oil-exporting countries^
All other




..

..

.

.

...
.
...

. . . .

149

64. Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1981

1980
Type, and area or country
Sept.

By type
4 Financial liabilities
5
Payable in dollars
6 Payable in foreign currencies .
7 Commercial liabilities
8 Trade payables
9
Advance receipts and other liabilities
10
11

By area or country
Financial liabilities
12
Europe
13
Belgium- Luxembourg
14
France
15
Germany
16
Netherlands
17
Switzerland
18
United Kingdom
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries1

30
31
32

Africa
Oil-exporting countries2
All other

33
34
35
36
37
38
39

....

:

Commercial liabilities
Europe
Belgium-Luxembourg
France
Germany . . . t
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

...

17,944
3,709

18,145
3,528

17,944
3,247

19,772
3,009

18,046
3,449

11,135
8,363
2,772

11,506
8,873
2,633

11,414
9,082
2,333

12,426
10,227
2,199

11,073
8,649
2,424

10,517
4,708
5,810

10,166
4,758
5,409

9,777
4,377
5,401

10,355
4,351
6,003

10,422
4,598
5,823

9,581
936

9,272
895

8,862
915

9,545
810

9,397
1,025

6,320
487
327
582
663
354
3,772

6,019
558
324
498
544
315
3,668

5,955
532
367
451
746
321
3,422

7,416
492
825
430
651
388
4,478

6,071
404
560
468
751
691
3,082

964
3,103
964
23
1,452
99
81

1,096
3,483
1,217
1
19
1,458
97
85

978
3,592
1,272
1
20
1,534
98
91

977
3,195
1,019
0
20
1,363
107
90

935
3,258
1,279
7
22
1,200
109
98

723
644
38

880
766
51

861
741
29

805
687
30

764
664
24

11
1
21

....

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

27
28
29

....

15,453
3,337

712
618
37

Payable in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies

21,495

648
1,734
407
1
20
708
108
74

..

Dec.

22,780

5,327
435
360
557
781
224
2,839

. . .

Sept.

21,192

10,337
4,377
5,960

....

June

21,672

8,453
5,966
2,487

.,.„
,

Mar.

21,652

9,487
850

2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies

Dec.

18,790

1 Total

11
15

6
1
23

5
0
24

3
1
29

3
0
43

4,074
109
501
686
276
452
1,047

4,197
90
582
679
219
493
1,017

3,801
83
547
640
246
385
881

3,892
72
558
617
225
375
950

3,955
78
575
590
238
563
925

3,752
71
573
551
221
415
863

40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

591
1,361
8
114
156
12
324
293

806
1,244
8
73
111
35
326
307

740
1,287
1
111
84
16
421
253

652
1,149
4
72
54
34
319
290

742
1,087
3
113
61
11
345
273

853
985
2
67
67
2
293
276

48
49
50

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries1

2,909
502
944

3,001
802
890

3,071
810
955

2,787
867
837

3,221
775
881

3,466
943
909

51
52
53

Africa
Oil-exporting countries2
All other*

1,006
633
396

814
514
456

828
519
440

676
392
622

757
355
593

702
344
664

150



. ...

65. Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States1
Millions of dollars, end of period

1979

1980

Type, and area or country

Mar.

2 Payable in dollars
....
3 Payable in foreign currencies
By type
4 Financial claims
..
...
5 Deposits
6
Payable in dollars
7
Payable in foreign currencies
8
9
10

Other financial claims
Payable in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies . . .

1 1 Commercial claims
12 Trade receivables . .
13 Advance payments and other claims
14
15

16
17
18
19
20
21
22

Payable in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies
By area or country
Financial claims
Europe
Belgium-Luxembourg
France
Germany
Netherlands
..
Switzerland
United Kingdom

....

....

...

..

....

...

.

....

...

...

..
....

..

...

..

...

..

...

....

Dec.

Mar.

June

31,329

31,315

32,455

32,467

28,258
2,833

27,675
2,913

28,630
2,699

28,122
3,193

29,416
3,039

29,348
3,119

20,283
14,842
13,901
941

...

Sept.

30,588

19,557
13,909
12,951
958

19,506
14,071
13,150
920

18,443
12,809
11,893
916

19,593
13,929
12,947
982

18,937
13,101
12,197
904

5,441
3,925
1,516

5,648
4,084
1,564

5,435
4,048
1,387

5,634
3,808
1,826

5,664
4,060
1,604

5,836
4,108
1,728

10,808
10,138
670

11,031
10,397
633

11,824
11,109
715

12,872
12,178
694

12,862
12,205
657

13,530
12,808
722

10,431
377

....

June

31,091

1 Total

10,640
391

11,431
393

12,422
450

12,408
454

13,043
488

5,357
63
171
268
85
96
4,447

5,657
54
183
363
62
81
4,670

6,669
33
191
395
51
85
5,631

6,167
32
111
409
53
73
5,111

5,912
21
290
305
39
89
4,863

5,900
23
307
195
37
96
4,927

5,362
8,476
4,560
63
156
2,536
159
147

5,320
7,491
3,686
57
141
2,413
157
155

4,904
6,760
3,352
31
133
1,844
155
145

4,984
6,290
2,765
30
163
2,007
157
143

5,044
7,616
3,535
34
128
2,607
168
134

4,968
6,966
3,102
25
120
2,414
177
139

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

31
32
33

Asia
Japan ,
...
....
Middle East oil-exporting countries2

832
210
16

803
219
17

826
225
21

706
199
16

712
226
18

781
276
16

34
35
36

Africa
Oil-exporting countries^
All other4 . . .

204
26
52

227
23
61

277
41
69

253
49
44

265
40
43

256
35
65

37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Commercial claims
Europe
Belgium-Luxembourg . . .
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
...
United Kingdom

3,812
173
490
507
275
230
674

3,839
170
471
420
307
235
728

4,130
179
517
450
261
228
815

4,909
202
727
589
298
272
901

4,813
209
703
523
347
353
940

4,893
259
666
514
297
434
909

1,109
2,447
117
292
493
10
492
273

1,113
2,406
98
118
501
25
586
295

1,169
2,604
26
154
567
13
650
345

849
2,869
21
197
645
16
698
343

865
2,995
19
135
657
11
835
350

904
3,291
19
133
6%
9
931
395

2,796
933
678

2,992
1,031
685

3,152
1,166
700

3,451
1,177
765

3,446
1,262
717

3,627
1,195
827

443
131
200

487
139
194

549
140
220

554
133
240

517
114
225

566
115
249

.

...
..
...

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
,
Bermuda
Brazil . .
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela . . .

52
53
54

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil -exporting countries^

55
56
57

Africa
Oil-exporting countries**
All other4




....
..
.

....

....

...

....

....

....

...

....

151

65. Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1981

19 80

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

32,064

34,469

37,619

35,152

34,300

34,810

28 728
3,336

31,543
2,926

34,613
3,007

32,245
2,907

31,332
2,968

31 744
3,066

18,646
12 587
11 374
1,213

19,844
14,010
13,235
775

22,175
16446
15,651
795

20,027
14 398
13 672
725

19,394
13 598
12866
732

20,018
14 307
13 653
654

Other financial claims
Payable in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies

6,059
4404
1,655

5,834
4,152
1,683

5,729
4,082
1,646

5,629
3 992
1,638

5,796
4,116
1,679

5,711
3 785
1,926

1 1 Commercial claims
12 Trade receivables
1 3 Advance payments and other claims

13 418
12 717
702

14 625
13,906
720

15 445
14,644
801

15 125
14295
830

14906
14,047
859

14 791
13 880
912

12 950
469

14,157
468

14,879
566

14581
544

14,349
556

14 305
486

5,692
17
409
168
30
41
4646

6,098
195
337
230
32
59
4968

6,054
170
411
213
42
90
4856

5,114
174
377
139
34
%
3 948

4,798
26
348
320
68
66
3 645

4,558
43
325
244
47
118
3488

4,948
6 825
2,858
65
116
2,342
192
128

5,057
7 709
3,448
135
96
2,684
208
137

6,611
8 568
3,957
13
22
3,404
168
131

6,159
7 891
3,240
33
20
3,3%
162
143

6,009
7607
3,239
15
66
3,195
271
143

6,060
8 259
3,812
18
30
3,253
298
146

853
331
20

710
177
20

691
191
17

609
99
19

642
109
29

923
363
37

260
29
68

238
26
32

214
27
36

216
39
37

222
41
116

168
46
51

4,709
230
710
571
289
339
994

5,502
233
1,127
589
318
351
928

5,807
277
900
597
347
461
1,190

5,467
235
783
572
308
474
1,067

5,347
220
767
580
308
404
1,032

5,310
233
771
554
303
427
964

934
3 389
53
81
712
17
992
388

896
3 753
21
108
861
34
1 091
409

1 034
3 838
15
170
799
15
1,053
439

991
3 793
29
192
823
34
1 113
420

1 Oil
3 726
18
241
726
13
983
454

965
3 446
12
223
668
12
1 015
422

3,446
1 140
835

3,505
1,045
819

3,761
1 294
923

3,767
1 218
934

3,653
1 104
828

3 868
1 215
888

669
135
272

651
151
318

678
143
327

703
137
404

717
154
451

744
151
458

1 Total
2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies

„

By type
4 Financial claims
5 Deposits , .
6
Payable in dollars
7
Payable in foreign currencies
8
9
10

14
15

...

Payable in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies

16
17
18
19
20
21
22

By area or country
Financial claims
Europe
Belgium-Luxembourg . . . .
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

31
32
33

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries2

34
35
36

Africa
Oil-exporting countries3
All other4

....

37
38
39
40
41
42
43

,

...

...

Commercial claims
Europe
Belgium-Luxembourg .
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

52
53
54

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries2

55
56
57

Africa
Oil-exporting countries3
All other4

152




....

66. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks1
Millions of dollars, end of period

1980
Assets
Jan.

| Feb.

| Mar. | Apr.

May

[ June

| July

Aug.

Sept. [ Oct.

[ N O V . [ Dec

AH foreign countries
1 Total, all currencies

360,607 372,310 371,859 376,535 379,307 376,922 378,536 387,152 386,725 384,842 390,788 401,135

2 Claims on United States
3
Parent bank
4
Other
5 Claims on foreigners
6
Other branches of
parent bank
7
Banks
8
Public borrowers2
9
Nonbank foreigners

31,604 39,737 35,682 34,186 35,607 29,064 29,083 36,861 29,352 30,481 30,618 28,460
24,788 32,192 28,249 26,293 26,140 18,565 17,555 26,711 19,691 21,446 22,255 20,202
6,816 7,545 7,433 7,893 9,467 10,499 11,528 10,150 9,661 9,035 8,363 8,258
314,034 317,186 320,164 326,119 326,873 330,573 332,167 333,395 340,216 337,158 342,502 354,960

10 Other assets

75,337
125,210
25,858
87,629
14,969

t l Total payable in
U.S. dollars

265,224 276,068 276,918 277,983 277,740 275,232 276,240 284,450 282,802 280,762 285,395 291,798

12 Claims on United States
13 Parent bank
14 Other
15 Claims on foreigners
16
Other branches of
parent bank
17
Banks
18
Public borrowers2
19
Nonbank foreigners
20 Other assets

78,105
124,545
26,107
88,429
15,387

80,561
126,276
25,541
87,786
16,013

79,552
130,374
25,403
90,790
16,230

76,377
130,487
25,619
94,390
16,827

76,121
132,695
25,878
95,879
17,285

75,307
135,019
25,710
96,131
17,286

72,645 73,962 72,588 74,244 77,019
136,969 140,393 138,887 140,608 146,448
26,349 26,997 26,800 27,178 28,033
97,432 98,864 98,883 100,472 103,460
16,896 17,157 17,203 17,668 17,715

30,519 38,520 34,502 32,902 34,315 27,862 27,718 35,548 28,149 29,064 29,174 27,191
19,8%
24,516 31,812 27,897 25,923 25,779 18,254 17,239 26,390 19,420 21,049 21,854
9,158
8,729
8,015
7,320
7,295
6,003
6,708
6,605
6,979
8,536
9,608 10,479
226,845 229,062 233,917 236,141 234,367 238,231 239,756 240,047 246,211 243,030 247,338 255,391
58,041
97,999
21,550
49,255
7,860

60,175
97,274
21,804
49,809
8,486

63,441 61,818 58,967 58,516 57,922 55,193 56,708 55,359 57,414 58,541
99,513 103,414 102,853 104,999 106,679 108,429 112,355 110,012 111,377 117,342
21,389 21,006 21,241 21,400 21,258 21,809 22,333 22,610 22,861 23,491
49,574 49,903 51,306 53,316 53,897 54,616 54,815 55,049 55,686 56,017
8,855
8,442
8,668
8,883
9,216
8,499
8,940
9,058
9,139
8,766
United Kingdom

21 Total, all currencies

128,417 133,793 136,654 138,915 138,930 139,066 135,669 136,467 137,447 138,158 140,715 144,717

22 Claims on United States
23
Parent bank
24
Other
25 Claims on foreigners
26
Other branches of
parent bank
27
Banks
28
Public borrowers2
29
Nonbank foreigners
30 Other assets

10,147 10,697 11,990 11,533 11,399 9,157 8,366 8,465 8,022 8,216 8,771 7,509
8,207 8,584 9,838 9,300 9,140 6,870 5,705 6,023 5,788 5,969 6,552 5,275
1,940 2,113 2,152 2,233 2,259 2,287 2,661 2,442 2,234 2,247 2,219 2,234
113,617 118,212 119,290 122,105 121,851 124,059 120,914 121,805 123,369 123,854 125,859 131,142

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 borrowers2
39
Nonbank foreigners
40 Other assets

31,995 35,187 35,536 36,015 34,305 34,824 32,231 31,607
52,177 53,127 52,509 54,020 54,076 54,855 54,824 55,530
4,559 4,499 5,860 5,578 5,591 5,897 5,710 5,865
24,886 25,399 25,385 26,492 27,879 28,483 28,149 28,803
4,653 4,884 5,374 5,277 5,680 5,850 6,389 6,197

30,858
57,066
6,251
29,194
6,056

91,760 96,228 99,711 100,628 98,809

98,013 93,158 93,720 94,784

9,820 10,285 11,620 11,071 10,988
8,161
8,467 9,778 9,179 9,059
1,659 1,818 1,842 1,892 1,929
79,740 83,603 85,452 86,818 85,013

8,790
6,810
1,980
86,404

7,831 7,954
5,629 5,960
2,202 1,994
82,434 82,705

31,431 32,267 34,760
56,723 57,423 58,741
6,113 6,405 6,688
29,587 29,764 30,953
6,088 6,085 6 0 6
,6
95,287 97,246

99,699

7,656 7,647 8,233 7,116
5,744 5,817 6,410 5,229
1,912 1,830 1,823 1,887
84,355 8 , 4 86,246 89,723
489

26,842 29,907 30,204 29,980 28,466 28,692 26,083 25,565 24,913 25,593 26,710 28,268
37,487 38,185 37,768 39,159 38,594 39,050 38,471 39,070 40,917 40,312 40,542 42,073
3,274 3,253 4,589 4,277 4,277 4,396 4,280 4,327 4,663 4,551 4 7 6 4,911
,0
12,137 12,258 12,891 13,402 13,676 14,266 13,600 13,743 13,862 14,393 14,288 14,471
2,200 2,340 2,639 2,739 2,808 2,819 2,893 3,061 2,773 2,791 2,767
2,860
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 borrowers2 . . .
49 Nonbank foreigners .
50 Other assets
51 Total payable in
U.S. dollars




111,012 117,889 114,798 115,840 116,538 115,276 120,307 128,515 123,179 119,524 119,371 123,837
19,681 27,155 21,832 2 , 6
000
15,366 22,414 17,323 15,269
4,315 4,741 4,509 4,791
87,901 86,877 89,326 91,683

21,406 17,682 18,272 25,882 18,305 19,656 18,325 17,751
15,334 10,660 10,524 19,149 11,839 13,837 13,071 12,631
6,072 7,022 7,748 6,733 6 4 6 5,819 5,254 5,120
,6
90,995 93,432 9 , 2 9 , % 100,905 95,959 % 8 4 101,926
800 84
,0

10,242 10,265
44,113 42,478
12,919 13,132
20,627 21,002
3,430 3,857

12,454 13,037 14,368 13,166 14,731
46,825 48,109 50,826 51,803 52,742
11,636 11,554 11,627 12,055 12,078
20,080 20,732 21,199 21,472 21,354
4,137 4,162 4,015 4,137 3,969

13,659
44,515
11,334
19,818
3,640

13,438
47,250
11,355
19,640
4,097

13,086 13,125 13,342
49,890 50,623 54,861
12,441 12,213 12,577
20,542 20,843 21,146
3,909 4,242 4,160

105,078 111,553 108,599 109,728 110,872 109,715 114,538 122,667 117,245 113,683 113,564 117,654

153

66. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1980
Liabilities
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
52 Total, all currencies

360,607 372,310 371,859 376,535 379,307 376,922 378,536 387,152 386,725 384,842 390,788 401,135

53 To United States
54
Parent bank
55 Other banks in United States . ..
56 Nonbanks
57 To foreigners
58 Other branches of
parent bank
59 Banks
60 Official institutions
61 Nonbank foreigners
62 Other liabilities

70,461
25,070
11,864
33,527
276,364

71,217
22,994
13,792
34,431
286,435

67,716 69,641 73,328 76,187 83,250
22,498 24,491 26,671 30,809 35,239
12,328 12,778 13,105 12,450 11,622
32,890 32,372 33,552 32,928 36,389
289,784 291,472 290,137 284,905 280,212

87,625
37,468
14,758
35,399
284,768

84,072
38,479
12,666
32,927
288,596

84,288
37,328
12,872
34,088
286,590

86,622 91,079
37,006 39,286
13,420 14,473
36,196 37,275
289,769 295,411

72,891
122,048
33,164
48,261
13,782

73,636
130,239
34,338
48,222
14,658

76,840
129,371
34,894
48,679
14,359

69,354
130,691
33,089
51,634
14,759

70,876
131,478
33,103
53,139
14,057

70,007
133,025
30,732
52,826
13,964

71,906
133,147
31,153
53,563
14,397

63 Total payable in
U.S. dollars
64 To United States
65 Parent bank
66 Other banks in United States . .
67 Nonbanks
68 To foreigners
69 Other branches of
parent bank
70 Banks
71 Official institutions
72 Nonbank foreigners
73 Other liabilities

75,241
130,784
35,112
50,335
15,422

72,660
130,919
34,915
51,643
15,842

72,101
127,841
34,147
50,816
15,830

72,255
123,016
33,078
51,863
15,074

75,773
132,116
32,473
55,049
14,690

270,713 282,285 282,904 284,075 285,319 282,617 283,566 292,381 289,797 288,286 293,563 303,281
68,008
23,862
11,534
32,612
195,292

68,631
21,697
13,385
33,549
205,563

65,395
21,250
11,981
32,164
209,342

56,823
80,952
26,746
30,771
7,413

57,748
89,184
27,799
30,832
8,091

61,374
88,051
28,384
31,533
8,167

67,217 70,822
23,158 25,260
12,529 12,841
31,530 32,721
208,019 205,433
59,564
87,636
28,685
32,134
8,839

56,705
87,069
28,360
33,299
9,064

73,524
29,349
12,180
31,995
200,086

80,662
33,773
11,362
35,527
194,799

84,716
35,889
14,452
34,375
199,427

81,127
36,794
12,441
31,892
200,866

56,284
84,467
26,961
32,374
9,007

56,393
79,159
26,177
33,070
8,105

53,530
86,677
26,165
33,055
8,238

55,332
85,764
25,659
34,111
7,804

81,356 83,774
35,519 35,242
12,593 13,124
33,244 35,408
199,448 201,838
53,965
87,551
23,373
34,559
7,482

55,901
87,125
23,870
34,942
7,951

88,157
37,528
14,203
36,426
206,883
58,172
87,497
24,697
36,517
8,241

United Kingdom
74 Total, all currencies

128,417 133,793 136,654 138,915 138,930 139,066 135,669 136,467 137,447 138,158 140,715 144,717

75 To United States
76 Parent bank
77 Other banks in United States . ..
78 Nonbanks
79 To foreigners
80 Other branches of
parent bank
81 Banks
82 Official institutions
83 Nonbank foreigners
84 Other liabilities

20,378 20,808 19,921 20,838 19,877 20,012 21,404 20,608 19,343 19,157 20,594 21,785
3,014 2,758 2,140 2,301 2,118 2,410 3,275 2,542 2,951 2,712 3,198 4,225
6,507 6,559 6,502 6,382 6,265 6,129 5,567 5,910 5,361 5,800 5,732 5,716
10,857 11,491 11,279 12,155 11,494 11,473 12,562 12,156 11,031 10,645 11,664 11,844
102,117 106,524 110,473 111,375 111,769 112,055 107,739 109,604 112,412 113,539 114,813 117,438

85 Total payable in
U.S. dollars
86 To United States
87 Parent bank . . /
88 Other banks in United States . . .
89 Nonbanks
90 To foreigners
91 Other branches of
parent bank
92 Banks
93 Official institutions
94
Nonbank foreigners
95 Other liabilities

11,458
48,872
21,822
19,965
5,922

11,099
53,031
22,890
19,504
6,461

14,799
53,204
23,303
19,167
6,260

14,268
53,955
23,453
19,699
6,702

13,824
54,309
23,628
20,008
7,284

13,767
54,927
22,577
20,784
6,999

12,694
51,203
21,088
22,754
6,526

13,343
51,452
22,600
22,209
6,255

13,706
53,776
22,444
22,486
5,692

13,940
56,772
19,807
23,020
5,462

13,951
58,127
20,437
22,298
5,308

15,384
56,262
21,412
24,380
5,494

92,771 97,391 101,293 101,679 101,170 100,117 95,314 96,453 96,832 97,055 99,135 103,440
19,827 20,206 19,381 20,337 19,284 29,321 20,843 20,007 18,687 18,551 19,978 21,080
2,968 2,724 2,089 2,252 2,060 2,315 3,238 2,496 2,892 2,634 3,101 4,078
6,445 6,399 6,351 6,318 6,210 6,056 5,486 5,809 5,259 5,714 5,616 5,626
10,414 11,083 10,941 11,767 11,014 10,950 12,119 11,702 10,536 -10,203 11,261 11,376
70,597 74,705 79,251 78,296 78,278 77,322 71,489 73,431 75,422 76,114 76,696 79,636
7,793 7,322 10,894 10,468
30,988 34,694 35,300 34,485
17,995 18,923 19,255 19,554
13,821 13,766 13,802 13,789
2,347 2,480 2,661 3,046

10,021 9,758 8,672 9,128 9,588 9,891 9,770
34,488 35,394 31,352 31,726 32,891 35,495 35,998
19,558 18,300 16,846 18,253 18,046 15,338 15,989
14,211 13,870 14,619 14,324 14,897 15,390 14,939
3,608 3,474 2,982 3,015 2,723 2,390 2,461

10,474
35,388
17,024
16,750
2,724

Bahamas and Laymans
96 Total, all currencies .
97 To United States
98 Parent bank
99 Other banks in United States
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




111,012 117,889 114,798 115,840 116,538 115,276 120,307 128,515 123,179 119,524 119,371 123,837
43,137
17,033
4,422
21,682
65,248

43,610
15,158
6,322
22,130
71,151

40,926
15,394
4,755
20,777
70,822

41,916
17,118
5,363
19,435
70,601

45,614
19,151
5,736
20,727
67,971

48,426
22,548
5,395
20,483
63,935

54,211
26,376
5,028
22,807
63,208

58,919
29,150
7,493
22,276
66,630

56,317
29,324
6,106
20,887
63,966

56,123
27,666
5,957
22,500
60,593

56,864
26,865
6,528
23,471
59,492

59,666
28,181
7,379
24,106
61,218

20,559 22,150 22,387 22,470 2 , 0 20,102 20,409 18,081 17,079 16,720 15,878 17,040
009
30,523 34,720 33,792 33,046 32,174 28,917 27,145 34,100 32,185 29,202 28,933 29,895
5,020 5,016 4,958 5,435 5,461 5,096 5,525 4,119 4,250 4,610 4,368 4,361
5,461
4,119
9,146 9,265 9,685 9,650 10,327 9,820 10,129 10,330 10,452 10,061 10,313 9,922
2,627 3,128 3,050 3,323 2,953 2,915 2,888 2,966 2,896 2,808 3,015 2,953
106,063 112,978 110,123 111,486 112,509 111,494 116,246 124,103 118,576 115,166 115,125 119,657

66. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1981
Assets
Jan.

[ Feb.

Mar. [ Apr.

May | June

July

[ Aug. [ Sept.

Oct.

[ Nov. [ Dec

All foreign countries
1 Total, all currencies . .

402,731 406,323 416,755 415,485 418,798 424,736 434,906 435,007 450,234 444,654 462,810 462,635

2 Claims on United States .
Parent bank
Other . . . . . .
Claims on foreigners .
Other branches of
parent bank . .
Banks
Public borrowers2 .
Nonbank foreigners
10 Other assets

29,537 31,925 30,482 34,519 38,645 35,217 43,074 41,533 46,369 41,554 44,562 63,435
20,676 21,370 19,121 23,086 28,012 24,311 30,994 29,782 32,249 26,833 26,540 42,940
8,861 10,555 11,361 11,433 10,633 10,906 12,080 11,751 14,120 14,721 18,022 20,495
355,264 356,227 367,706 362,458 361,142 370,434 372,606 374,143 384,407 383,463 397,825 379,193
75,981 75,821 78,940 76,918 76,224 79,814 82,128 83,171 84,627 83,597 89,269 87,840
147,714 149,497 153,821 151,082 150,331 156,214 156,172 153,947 159,637 156,833 161,510 150,919
28,033 28,332 28,976 28,377 27,806 27,872 28,728 29,270 29,927 30,211 30,181 28,193
103,536 102,577 105,969 106,081 106,781 106,534 105,578 107,755 110,216 112,822 116,865 112,241

17,930

18,171

18,567

18,508

19,011

19,085

19,226

19,331

19,458

19,637 20,423

20,007

11 Total payable in
U.S. dollars

295,853 3(90,334 307,684 310,088 314,271 322,077 332,407 330,539 343,067 336,839 348,945 350,564

12 Claims on United States
13 Parent bank
14 Other

28,281 30,662 29,297 33,306 37,403 33,963 41,873 40,250 45,116 40,370 43,271 61,838
20,384 21,108 18,901 22,839 27,709 24,041 30,742 29,490 31,991 26,639 26,347 42,397
7,897 9,554 10,396 10,467 9,694 9,922 11,131 10,760 13,125 13,731 16,924 19,441
257,909 259,709 268,156 266,252 265,851 276,954 279,003 278,690 286,367 284,590 293,690 277,059

15 Claims on foreigners
16 Other branches of
parent bank
17
Banks
18 Public borrowers2
19 Nonbank foreigners
20 Other assets

58,998
119,339
23,303
56,269
9,663

58,080
1211,217
23,596
56,816
9,963

61,027
124,301
24,134
58,694
10,231

59,590
123,088
23,865
59,709
10,530

58,711
123,187
23,273
60,680
11,017

62,696
129,567
23,554
61,137
11,160

64,725
128,869
24,333
61,076
11,531

65,477
126,155
24,410
62,648
11,599

66,279
131,524
24,709
63,855
11,584

65,859
127,944
25,199
65,588
11,879

69,938 69,382
131,576 122,287
25,121 22,859
67,055 62,531
11,984 11,667

United Kingdom
21 Total, all currencies

145,568 146,514 148,077 144,577 146,640 149,704 148,774 150,161 154,096 153,615 161,531 157,229

22 Claims on United States
23 Parent bank
24 Other

7,729 9,128 9,159 8,518 10,382 9,650 9,130 9,995 11,167 9,668 9,315 11,823
5,279 6,387 6,265 5,766 7,666 7,098 6,167 7,189 7,842 6,351 5,162 7,885
2,450 2,741 2,894 2,752 2,716 2,552 2,963 2,806 3,325 3,317 4,153 3,938
132,077 131,426 132,797 130,062 130,200 134,092 133,626 134,034 137,056 137,879 145,889 138,888

25 Claims on foreigners
26 Other branches of
parent bank
27
Banks
28 Public borrowers2
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 borrowers2
39 Nonbank foreigners
40 Other assets

35,288 33,523 35,654 34,704 34,834 35,914 37,035
59,624 59,623 59,742 57,934 57,611 60,261 59,639
6,624 6,630 6,920 6,848 6,720 6,811 6,822
30,541 29,650 30,481 30,576 31,035 31,106 30,130
5,762 5,960 6,121 5,997 6,058 5,962 6,018

38,035
58,"362
6,665
30,972
6,132

39,117 38,799 41,476 41,367
58,986 59,307 63,044 56,315
7,112 7,305 7,463 7,490
31,841 32,468 33,906 33,716
5,873 6,068 6,327 6,518

101,848 103,754 104,533 102,336 104,959 108,854 107,%1 109,008 113,014 112,064 117,454 115,188
7,306
5,222
2,084
91,442

8,673
6,325
2,348
91,990

8,755
6,236
2,519
92,493

8,080
5,715
2,365
91,018

9,932
7,611
2,321
91,632

9,160
7,059
2,101
96,230

8,628
6,110
2,518
95,832

9,552
7,128
2,424
95,887

10,703
7,779
2,924
98,611

9,201
8,811
6,299
5,110
2,902
3,701
98,934 104,741

11,249
7,724
3,525
99,847

28,786
43,587
4,818
14,251
3,100

28,984
43,451
4,932
14,623
3,091

29,087 28,466
43,379 42,467
5,189
5,096
14,838 14,989
3,285
3,238

28,527
42,786
4,967
15,352
3,395

29,725
45,631
5,123
15,751
3,464

30,789
44,488
5,176
15,379
3,501

31,710
42,957
5,006
16,214
3,569

32,845
43,605
5,281
16,880
3,700

32,698
43,345
5,485
17,406
3,929

35,436
40,703
5,595
18,113
4,092

34,905
46,463
5,500
17,873
3,902

Bahamas and Caymans
41 Total, all currencies . . .

123,541 124,892 127,886 132,145 133,594 135,081 145,290 142,087 147,904 142,687 148,557 149,051

42 Claims on United States .
43
Parent bank
44 Other
45 Claims on foreigners . . ,
46 Other branches of
parent bank
47 Banks
48 Public borrowers2 . .
49
Nonbank foreigners . ,
50 Other assets

18,370 19,150 17,348 22,473 24,531 21,812 29,808 27,131 29,896 26,741 29,909
12,842 12,417 10,017 14,908 17,511 14,477 21,654 19,303 20,372 16,717 17,665
8,154
7,828
9,524 10,024 12,244
7,020
7,335
5,528
6,733
7,331
7,565
100,822 101,281 106,052 105,081 104,197 108,477 110,584 109,888 113,048 110,781 113,486

51 Total, payable in
U.S. dollars




12,974
54,237
12,569
21,042
4,349

11,996
55,345
12,605
21,335
4,461

14,022
57,127
12,579
22,324
4,486

13,107
57,405
12,205
22,364
4,591

12,235
57,073
12,169
22,720
4,866

13,569
59,705
12,038
23,165
4,792

13,788
60,748
12,471
23,577
4,898

13,909
59,316
12,610
24,053
5,068

13,174
62,946
12,431
24,497
4,960

13,066
60,220
12,637
24,858
5,165

13,972
61,337
12,741
25,436
5,162

46,246
31,323
14,923
98,302
12,951
55,333
10,006
20,012
4,503

117,630 119,005 121,900 126,429 127,969 129,438 139,514 136,054 142,053 136,854 142,632 143,686

155

66. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1981
Liabilities
Jan.

[ Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

| May | June | July

Aug.

| Sept.

Oct.

| Nov.

[ Dec

All foreign countries
52 Total, all currencies .

402,731 406,323 416,755 415,485 418,798 424,736 434,906 435,007 450,234 444,654 462,810 462,635

53 To United States
54 Parent bank
55 Other banks in United States . ..
56 Nonbanks
57 To foreigners
58 Other branches of
parent bank
59 Banks
60
Official institutions
61 Nonbank foreigners
62 Other liabilities

92,516
38,748
13,649
40,119
294,508

90,782
36,497
13,959
40,326
299,880

99,273 105,672
43,559 45,325
14,584 15,551
41,130 44,796
301,197 293,160

105,343
41,039
16,301
48,003
296,462

109,322
44,327
16,136
48,859
298,169

74,978
134,467
28,975
56,088
15,707

75,404
136,333
28,627
59,516
15,661

77,154
134,749
29,390
59,904
16,285

75,815
133,707
27,479
59,461
16,993

79,033 81,387
131,854 129,290
26,316 25,682
60,966 62,881
17,245 17,573

al payal
d
U.S.d ollars
64 To United States
65 Parent bank
66 Other banks in United States . ..
67
Nonbanks
68 To foreigners
69 Other branches of
parent bank
70 Banks
71 Official institutions
72
Nonbank foreigners
73 Other liabilities

76,150
129,700
28,050
59,260
16,653

118,093
43,069
17,578
57,446
299,240

116,190 124,096
44,010 48,592
15,686 17,657
56,494 57,847
300,081 306,785

120,039
45,909
16,464
57,666
305,040

128,084
49,385
16,663
62,036
316,232

137,686
56,144
19,319
62,223
305,643

80,991
125,563
28,209
65,318
18,736

82,038
128,536
27,685
66,781
19,575

87,831
132,111
2,9
466
71,594
18,494

86,423
124,889
25,997
68,334
19,306

83,336
127,794
28,715
6,4
690
19,353

307,315 311,537 319,167 322,029 326,067 334,053 345,5% 343,351 355,030 349,602 360,971 364,228
89,849
37,052
13,475
39,322
207,840

88,353
34,982
13,757
39,614
212,906

58,561
90,268
21,869
37,142
9,626

58,250
92,500
21,901
40,255
10,278

96,799 103,208
42,011 43,830
14,432 15,381
40,356 43,997
211,747 207,510
59,973
88,142
22,762
40,870
10,621

59,268
86,490
21,453
40,299
11,311

102,971
39,604
16,175
47,192
211,915

106,740
42,822
15,945
47,973
215,931

59,108
89,875
21,355
41,577
11,181

62,292
89,909
20,853
42,877
11,382

115,481 113,526 121,130
41,620 42,481 46,766
17,391 15,529 17,479
56,470 55,516 56,885
218,178 217,239 221,090
64,884
88,554
20,108
44,632
11,937

64,338
83,842
22,056
47,003
12,586

66,256
84,670
22,836
47,328
12,810

117,362 125,121
44,170 47,456
16,313 16,564
56,879 61,101
219,818 224,610
65,160
84,552
21,948
48,158
12,422

69,561
84,789
18,911
51,349
11,240

134,582
54,252
19,005
61,325
217,487
69,189
79,590
20,288
48,420
12,159

United Kingdom
74 Total, all currencies

145,568 146,514 148,077 144,577 146,640 149,704 1 8 7 4 150,161 154,096 153,615 161,531 157,229
4,7

75 To United States
76 Parent bank
77
Other banks in United States ,
78 Nonbanks
79 To foreigners
80 Other branches of
parent bank
81 Banks
82 Official institutions . . . . . . .
83 Nonbank foreigners
84 Other liabilities

23,226 22,755 25,424 25,843 26,688 29,598 30,383 31,408 34,143 32,960 36,316 38,022
4,189 5,370 3,542 4,045 5,444
4,228 3,190 4,242 4,543 4,376 4,371 4,138
5,436 5,840 5,731 5,928 5,973 6,172 5,864 5,646 6,396 6,054 6,652 7,502
13,562 13,725 15,451 15,372 16,339 19,055 20,381 21,573 22,377 23,364 25,619 25,076
117,175 118,642 117,318 113,634 114,655 115,099 113,560 113,191 113,862 114,415 118,401 112,255

85 Total payable in
U.S. dollars
86 To United States
87 Parent bank
88 Other banks in United States . .
89 Nonbanks
90 To foreigners
91
Other branches of
parent bank
92 Banks
93 Official institutions
94
Nonbank foreigners
95 Other liabilities

15,329
57,672
19,199
24,975
5,167

14,661
57,916
19,591
26,474
5,117

15,437
55,990
19,241
26,650
5,335

15,095
53,842
18,390
26,307
5,100

14,169
56,209
18,508
25,769
5,297

14,996
55,923
17,197
26,983
5,007

15,103
54,351
16,352
27,754
4,831

15,255
51,532
17,866
28,538
5,562

15,121
51,830
18,687
28,224
6,091

15,544
53,634
17,442
27,795
6,240

16,090
56,239
15,089
30,983
6,814

16,545
51,336
16,517
27,857
6,952

105,610 107,671 108,895 107,139 109,209 113,427 113,247 114,191 117,920 117,346 122,362 120,277
22,597 22,245 24,950 25,333 26,221 28,858 29,606 30,661 33,464 32,408 35,706 37,325
4,126 3,132 4,159 4,448 4,306 4,277 4,054 4,132 5,309 3,484 3,956 5,343
5,343 5,757 5,684 5,854 5,919 6,094 5,768 5,594 6,317 5,976 6,611 7,249
13,128 13,356 15,107 15,031 15,996 18,487 19,784 20,935 21,838 22,948 25,139 24,733
80,243 82,302 80,729 78,668 79,713 81,544 8 , 0 79,988 80,638 81,260 82,766 79,041
040
10,890
36,613
14,941
17,799
2,770

10,149
37,214
15,404
19,535
3,124

10,460
34,467
15,374
20,428
3,216

10,282 9,327 10,289 10,566
34,209 35,870 36,701 35,789
14,478 14,851 14,000 13,133
19,699 19,665 20,554 20,912
3,138 3,275 3,025 3,241

10,943
32,914
14,244
21,887
3,542

10,747
33,010
15,514
21,367
3,818

11,121
34,312
14,415
21,412
3,678

11,457
35,141
12,133
24,035
3,890

12,055
32,298
13,612
21,076
3,911

Bahamas and Caymans
96 Total, all currencies
97 To United States
98 Parent bank
99 Other banks in United States
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

156



123,541 124,892 127,886 132,145 133,594 135,081 145,290 142,087 147,904 142,687 148,557 149,051
58,986
26,563
7,184
25,239
61,618

58,664
26,279
7,165
25,220
63,348

64,026
31,741
7,883
24,402
60,957

69,478
32,925
8,618
27,935
59,424

69,048
29,583
9,297
30,168
61,170

69,407
32,160
8,822
28,425
62,470

77,197
31,034
10,517
35,646
64,491

73,924
31,265
8,938
33,721
64,565

77,533
33,282
9,964
34,287
66,627

75,991
33,387
9,349
33,255
62,795

80,161
36,066
8,971
35,124
6,6
442

85,704
39,250
10,620
35,834
60,012

17,819 18,783 17,437 17,788 17,950 19,484 20,989 20,315 22,393 20,521 23,307 20,641
30,052 30,369 28,752 27,213 28,846 28,326 28,056 27,538 27,983 25,396 24,712 23,202
4,204 3,663 4,403 4,079 3,666 3,685 3,934 4,605 4,028 4,078 3,381 3,498
9,543 10,533 10,365 10,344 10,708 10,975 11,512 12,107 12,223 12,800 13,062 12,671
2,937 2,880 2,903 3,243 3,376 3,204 3,602 3,598 3,744 3,901 3,934 3,335
119,295 120,712 123,785 128,235 129,811 131,120 141,241 137,754 143,507 138,094 144,034 145,227

67. Claims on foreign countries held by U.S. offices and foreign branches of U.S.-chartered banks1
Billions of dollars, end of period
1980

1981

Mar.

2 G-10 countries and Switzerland
3 Belgium— Luxembourg
4 France
5 Germany
6 Italy
7 Netherlands .
8 Sweden
9 Switzerland
10 United Kingdom
11
Canada
12 Japan
13 Other developed countries
14 Austria
15 Denmark
1 6 Finland
. . . .
17 Greece
1 8 Norway
1 9 Portugal
20 Spain
21 Turkey
22 Other Western Europe .
23 South Africa
24 Australia
25 OPEC countries2
26 Ecuador
27 Venezuela
28 Indonesia
29 Middle East countries .
30 African countries

...
.

..

..
.

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
Zaire
Other Africa3

..

52 Eastern Europe . .
53 U S S R
54 Yugoslavia
55 Other

.

.

.

,.

..

..

..

..

...

.

...

..

...

.

..

...

..

..

56 Offshore banking centers
57 Bahamas
..
58 Bermuda
. . . . . .
59 Cayman Islands and other British West Indies
60 Netherlands Antilles . . . .
61 Panama4
...
62 Lebanon
63 Hong Kong
.
...
64 Singapore . . .
65 Other
66 Miscellaneous and unallocated^




...

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.

...

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339.3

352.0

370.6

382.5

399.4

411.3

141.3
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120
11.4
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24
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57 6
69
25.4

154.2
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45
2.7
3.3
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72
25.5

158.8
13 6
13.9
12.9
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44
2.8
3.4
66 7
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162.1
13 0
14.1
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44
2.9
5.0
67 4
8.4
26.5

167.9
13 5
14.5
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46
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168.2
13 8
14 7
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41
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10.8
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172.0
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12.7
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37
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5.1
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11 7
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173.2
13 2
15 2
12.8
97
40
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5.4
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10 8
29.3

18 8
1.7
2.1
1.1
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1.1
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203
1.8
2.2
1.3
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24
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3.9
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1.6
1.5
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206
1.8
2.2
1.2
2.6
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4.2
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1.7
1.2
1.2

21.6
1.9
2.3
1.4
2.8
2.6
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4.4
1.5
1.7
1.1
1.3

23.5
1.8
2.4
1.4
2.7
2.8
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5.5
1.5
1.8
1.5
1.4

24.8
2.1
2.3
1.3
3.0
2.8
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5.7
14
1.8
1.9
1.7

264
2.2
2.5
1.4
2.9
30
1.0
5.8
15
1.9
2.5
19

284
2.0
2.4
1.7
2.7
31
1.1
6.6
14
2.1
2.8
25

20 9
1.8
7.9
19
6.9
2.5

21 4
1.9
8.5
19
6.7
2.4

22 7
2.1
9.1
1.8
6.9
2.8

21 7
2.0
8.3
2.1
6.7
2.6

22 2
2.0
8.7
21
6.8
2.6

23 5
2.1
9.2
25
7.1
2.6

24 4
22
9.6
25
7.6
2.5

67.7

73.0

77.4

81.9

84.7

90.0

95.9

5.6
15 3
2.7
2.2
13.6
1.4
3.6

7.6
15 8
3.2
2.4
14.4
1.5
3.9

7.9
16.2
3.7
2.6
15.9
1.8
3.9

9.4
16.8
4.0
2.4
17.0
1.8
4.7

8.5
17 3
4.8
2.5
18.2
17
3.8

9.2
17 6
5.5
2.5
20.0
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9.3
190
5.8
2.6
21.5
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46
.31.8
8.8
1.4
5.1
15
.7

2
51
.3
1.5
8.5
1.4
56
1 4
.8

2
51
.3
20
9.4
1.7
60
15
1.0

.7
.6
2
1.8

. . . .

Dec.

328.8

.8
.5
2
1.9

.6
.6
.2
2.1

.8
.7
.2
2.1

.8
.6
.2
2.2

.7
.5
2
2.1

1.0
7
2
2.2

1.1
7
2
2.3

7.3
6
1.9
4.9

.

Asia
China
Mainland . . . . . .
Taiwan
India
. . . . .
Israel
Korea (South)
Malaysia
Philippines . . .
Thailand
Other Asia

48
49
50
51

. . . .

Sept.

.1
36
2
.9
6.4
.8
4.4
14
.5

..

.

31 Non-OPEC developing countries
Latin America
32 Argentina . . .
...
.
33 Brazil
34 Chile
35 Colombia
36 Mexico
37 Peru
38 Other Latin America

39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47

..

June

5.5
15 0
2.5
2.1
12.1
1 3
3.6

..

Mar.

21 8
1.8
7.9
19
7.8
2.5

. . . .

Dec.

63.7

.

Sept.

308.5

1 Total

June

7.2
5
2.1
4.5

7.3
.5
2.1
4.7

7.4
.4
2.3
4.6

7.7
.4
2.4
4.8

7.7
5
2.5
4.8

77
4
2.5
47

77
6
2.5
47

42.6
13.9
.6
11 3
.9
49
2
5.7
47
4

44.3
13.7
.6
98
1.2
56
2
6.9
59
4

44.6
13.2
.6
10 1
1.3
56
2
7.5
5.6
4

47.0
13.7
.6
10 6
2.1
54
2
8.1
5.9
3

53.1
15.2
7
11 7
2.3
65
2
8.4
73
9

59.2
17.9
7
12 4
2.4
69
2
10 3
81
3

61.7
21 3
8
12 0
22
67
2
10 3
80
1

629
18 7
7
12 3
31
75
2
11 7
86
1

13 2

14 3

13,7

14.0

14 9

15 7

18 2

18 9

157

68. Discount rates of foreign central banks1
Percent per annum
Belgium Brazil

Canada

1981
January . . . .
February . . . .
March . . . .
April
May
June
July
August
September . .
October . . . .
November . .
December . . .

137.01 6. 75
169.80
195.08
182.47
172.87
311.15
311.15
284.69
181.54
181.54
188.81
165.3
6. 75

12 .0
12 .0
16 .0
14 .0
13 .0

40 .0
40 .0
49 .0
j

17.00
17.14
16.59
17.40
19.06
19.08
19.89
21.03
19.63
18.30
15.40
15.00

13 .0
15 .0

49 .0

a—
11 .0

1! .0

10.75
11.53
12.0
12.5
22.0
22.0
17.75
17.13
17.75
15.5
15.25
14.75

maty

Italy

Japan Mexico

75

16 5
16 5
19 0

7.25
7.25
6.25

7 .5

19 0

4 .5

6 25
5.5

45

^rth"
lands

Norway

Sweden

N

80
80
90

90

12

12
11
11
11

Swit- United Venezer Kingland dom2 zuela

b

Argen- Austina
tria

1 bbbb '

Month-end

90

90

14.0
14.0
12.0

3.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
5.0

12.0

13 0

13 0
14 0

6^0

1

14

I

69. Foreign short-term interest rates1
Percent per annum, averages of daily figures

1981
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

Eurodollars

United
Kingdom

Canada

Germany

Switzerland

Netherlands

France

Italy

Belgium

Japan

18 07
17.18
15 36
15 95
1906
17 86
18.49
18 79
17 80
16 34
13 32
13.24

Month

14 20
13.12
12 58
12 26
12 34
12 61
13.63
14 12
14 60
16 27
15 03
15.33

1698
17.28
16 85
17 35
18 96
19 28
19.67
21 84
20 42
.18 84
16 53
15.97

940
10.74
13 44
13 11
13 06
13 05
12.92
12 87
1248
11 72
11 05
10.74

5 68
7.09
8 33
8 67
9 87
1001
9.76
904
10 56
10 85
9 88
9.76

9 36
9.78
10 61
1041
11 76
11 81
12.38
13 54
12 96
12 57
11 70
11.03

11 38
11.87
12 56
13 00
15 75
18 84
17.34
17 40
17 65
16 47
15 35
15.29

17 34
17.50
18 22
19 92
1992
2049
20.78
2094
21 07
21 00
21 12
21.24

12 41
12.52
13 93
17 16
16 90
15 58
16.16
16 00
1600
15 83
15 28
15.50

8 46
8.38
7 86
6 82
7 22
7 41
7.16
7 22
7 26
7 13
7 15
6.72

70. Index of weighted-average value of U.S. dollar1
March 1973 = 100
Year
1981

158



Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

91 38

96 02

96 22

98 80

103 59

106.86

109 87

112.29

107.98

106.34

104 53

105 21

71. Foreign exchange rates1
Cents per unit of foreign currency
Australia Austria Belgium
(dollar) (schilling) (franc)

Period

1981
January
February
March
April
May
June
July .
August . . . .
September
October
November
December

Canada Denmark Finland
(dollar) (krone) (markka)

France
(franc)

Germany
(deutsche
mark)

India
(rupee)

Ireland
(pound)

Italy
(lira)

Japan
(yen)

12.567
12.164
12 131
12 060
11 900
11.688
11 229
11 038
10.971
10.948
10947
10.952

185.54
173.31
173 25
168 46
159.49
153.61
149 40
146.04
155.04
157.50
158 95
157.30

.10478
.09807
09699
09280
.08766
.08436
08233
.08038
.08424
.08374
08392
.08290

.49419
.48615
47897
46520
.45332
.44621
43054
.42881
.43582
.43198
44843
.45675




..

7.0297
6.6033
6 6959
6 5355
6 1722
5.9502
5 8225
5 6967
6.0554
6.3356
64022
6.3088

3.0962
2.8972
2 8966
2 8220
2 6742
2.5734
1 5027
? 4466
2.5978
2.6557
? 6724
2.6115

83.974
83.442
83 936
83 965
83.265
83.050
82 601
81 766
83.275
83.136
84 235
84.382

16.181
15.152
15 109
14 683
13.864
13.384
13 074
12 732
13.552
13.825
13 994
13.661

25.752
24.655
24 612
23 058
23.207
22.511
22 044
21.606
22.225
22.601
23 020
22.902

21.539
20.142
20 146
19 548
18.225
17.679
17 253
16.720
17.769
17.762
17 782
17.502

49.771
46.757
47 498
46 219
43 601
42.054
40977
39988
42.545
44.370
44 861
44.293

Malaysia
(ringgit)

1981
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September . .
October
November
December

118.19
116.26
116 29
115 32
11406
114.07
114 27
113 99
114 86
114.32
114 55
113.39

Mexico
(peso)

NetherNew
lands
Zealand
(dollar)
(guilder)

Norway
(krone)

Purtugal
(escudo)

South
Africa
(rand)

Spain Sri Lanka Sweden
(peseta) (rupee) (krona)

44.994
44.196
43.830
43 182
42 752
42 720
42.519
42 119
42 527
43 500
44 323
44.489

4.2792
4.2544
4.2238
4 1880
4 1500
4 1066
4.0650
40301
3.9859
3 9371
3 8878
3.8358

45.810
42.870
42.912
41 660
39 224
37 816
36.833
36009
38.329
40 151
40915
40.435

19.087
18.485
18.540
18.271
17 652
16.907
16.387
16 177
16.779
16 897
17.194
17.302

1.8591
1.7722
1.7621
.7178
6449
.5899
.5429
.4999
.5268
5458
.5534
.5304

133.69
129.27
126.50
123.32
119 35
115.18
108.46
105.27
105.56
104.61
103.82
103.10

.2408
.1686
.1672
.1395
0953
.0565
.0248
0.9986
.0407
0416
.0483
.0313

96.137
93.414
91.999
90.273
88 150
85 823
83.771
82 331
82.644
82 355
83 104
82.784

5.9525
5.5975
5.5527
5.4185
5.4422
5.3970
5.3491
5.1932
5.0056
4.8372
4.8020
4.9362

22.490
21.734
21.704
21.309
20450
19.802
19.293
18.870
18.435
18 023
18.217
18.049

Switzer- United
land
Kingdom
(franc)
(pound)
54.907
51.502
52.043
50.669
48 400
48.225
47.667
46.091
49.511
53.080
56.000
55.098

240.29
229.41
223.19
217.53
208 84
197.38
187.37
182.03
181.46
184 07
190.25
190.33

159

Part 2—Special Tables




72. Statement of condition of Federal Reserve Banks, December 31, 19811
Millions of dollars
Item

All
ton
Reserve Bos ton
Banks

NCW

Phila

York

delphia

-

^

S A— Chicago

*±

Minne-

Kansas

pai^

San
Fran-

ASSETS
1 Gold certificate
account
2 Special drawing
rights certificate
account
3 Coin
4 Loans
5 Acceptances held
under repurchase
agreement

6
7

8
9

11,151

1 ,017

3,160

531

805

1,147

3,318

165

951

141

253

377

20

18

19

38

1,601

77

559

209

195

Federal agency
obligations
Bought outright . . .
Held under
repurchase
agreement

9,125

U.S. government
securities
Bought outright2 . .
Held under
repurchase
agreement . . .

127,738

10 Total loans and
securities
1 1 Cash items in process
of collection . . .

436

1,171

450

189

534

628

1,083

288

98

519

129

48

154

192

380

46

43

23

29

17

31

26

67

19

102

44

399

49

11

60

57

15

327

662

729

290

1,393

338

136

417

571

1,217

4,571

9,274

10,198

4,059

19,501

4,734

1,911

5,842

7,992

17,031

195

388

269

2,657

269

5,437

37,188
3,216

3,216
142,144

5 ,902

44,084

5,107

9,955

11,029

4,393

21,293

5,121

2,058

6,319

8,620

18,263

10,558

313

705

391

383

1,730

1,571

1,011

632

451

1,212

1,523

636

503

98

23

52

27

99

34

17

14

28

22

14

75

Other assets
13 Denominated in
foreign
currencies3 . . .
14 All other

5,129
3,598

141
125

1,386
1,296

191
146

397
197

256
222

377
151

738
468

151
135

161
52

216
141

306
259

809
406

15 Interdistrict Settlement Account . .

0

287

656

- 930

- 730

-211

767

1,542

-187

176,778

8,068

52,279

5,931

2,793

9,396

13,110

21,532

12 Bank premises

16 Total assets




-256 - 1 ,066
6,322

10,989

562 - 434

15,379

6,669

24,310

163

72. Statement of condition of Federal Reserve Banks, December 31, 19811—Continued
Millions of dollars

Item

All
Reserve Boston
Banks

New
York

131,906

6,995

39,633

5,287

8,972

12,046

25,228

602

5,075

664

1,259

1,301

1,842

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta Chicago

Minneapolis

St.
Louis

Kansas
City

San
Francisco

Dallas

LIABILITIES
17 Federal Reserve
notes
Deposits
Reserve accounts4
U.S. TreasuryGeneral
account
20
Foreign-Official
accounts
21 All other
18
19

22 Total deposits

4,301

3,142 19,534

4,532

1,463

6,652

8,666

14,984

3,358

662

764

1,422

2,930

5,349

4,301

...

505
782

9
12

267
540

12
10

25
20

16
31

24
8

47
78

10
17

10
3

14
15

20
17

51
31

1,348

1,874

3,483

689

777

1,451

2,967

5,431

1,149

30,816

623

10,183

686

1,304

23 Deferred-availability
cash items

8,795

278

949

154

339

1,656

1,360

554

544

420

1,064

24 Other liabilities and
accrued
dividends5

2,705

106

876

89

182

197

99

379

92

39

115

160

371

174,222

8,002

51,641

6,216 10,797

15,247

6,475

23,950

5,857

2,699

9,282

12,942

21,114

26 Capital paid in

1,278

33

319

53

96

66

97

180

37

47

57

84

209

27 Surplus

1,278

33

319

53

96

66

97

180

37

47

57

84

209

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

176,778

8,068

52,279

6,322

10,989

15,379

6,669

24,310

5,931

2,793

9,396

13,110

21,532

25 Total liabilities

328

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS

28 Other capital
accounts
29 Total liabilities and
capital accounts

164




72. Statement of condition of Federal Reserve Banks, December 31, 19811—Continued
Millions of dollars

Item

All
Reserve
Banks

New
York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

7,885 43,654

7,374

9,882

13,348

4,021

2,087

910

6995 39,633

5,287

Boston

Atlanta Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

NOTE STATEMENT
Federal Reserve notes
Issued to Reserve
Bank by Federal Reserve
Agent and
outstanding . .
31 Less held by issuing
Bank, and
forwarded for .
redemption6 . .
32 Federal Reserve notes,
net7
30

33
34
35
36

Collateral held by
Federal Reserve
Agent for notes
issued to Bank
Gold certificate
account
Special drawing
rights certificate
account
Other eligible
assets
U.S. government
and agency
securities . . . .

37 Total collateral




151,033

19,127
131,906

890

5,270 21,111

5,546

1,995

7,891

10,121

16,956

1,302

2,128

1,577

1,014

532

1,239

1,455

1,972

8,972

12,046

3,142

19,534

4,532

1,463

6,652

8,666

14,984

11,151

1,017

3,160

531

805

1,147

436

1,171

450

189

534

628

1,083

3,318

165

951

141

253

288

98

519

129

48

154

192

380

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

117,437

5,813 35,522

4,615

7,914

10,611

2,608

17,844

3,953

1,226

5,964

7,846

13,521

131,906

6,995 39,633

5,287

8,972

12,046

3,142

19,534

4,532

1,463

6,652

8,666

14,984

165

73. Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks, 1981
Dollars
Item

Total

Boston

New York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

CURRENT INCOME
11,439,935

15,236,123

20,183,192

628,660,113
15,702,157
9,423,912
401,769

45,353,928
18 712 312
4,167,757,056
158,993,196
24,102,288
4,575,228

549,249,289
21,313,703
5,626,703
213,369

1,062,401,528
44,290,531
9,836,160
638,632

1,164,394,436
28,620,552
10,532,966
855,115

15,508,349,653

663,550,526

4,419,494,008

587,842,999

1,132,402,974

1,224,586,261

8 Salaries and other personnel expenses . .
9 Retirement and other benefits . .
10 Fees
1 1 Travel . . .
12 Postage and other shipping costs
13 Communications
14 Materials and supplies
Building expenses
15 Taxes on real estate
16 Property depreciation'
17 Utilities
18 Rent
19 Other
Equipment
20 Rentals
21 Depreciation
22 Repairs and maintenance2
23 Cost of Federal Reserve currency
24 All other
25 Recoveries
26 Expenses capitalized3

432,015,516
1 14 682,239
9,321,086
13 824,536
99 837,683
17,066,723
37 178 034

27,804,277
7,640,992
348,694
709 876
5,348,375
1,063,781
2 329 943

93,748,943
23,624,777
3,428,729
1 911,345
13,249,112
3,804,729
7 157 958

21,383,725
6,139,862
379,826
456,343
4,183,558
817,121
1,888,866

25,965,099
7,364,623
378,963
970,377
7,206,175
960,961
2,152,532

32,429,806
8,981,798
362,138
1,217,586
10,780,904
1,213,187
3,471,559

16,016,014
12 163 592
18 801,492
10,921,262
9 574 540

2,945,563
1 913 411
2,151,978
456,529
530 219

2,797,787
592446
3862640
6,476,699
1 863 871

1,340,142
1,481,039
1,946,101
25,054
837,748

884,462
822,134
1,127,192
171,060
436,312

1,249,670
2,725 290
1,433,043
996,785
951,206

46000529
24 136 555
15 913,291
82 924 013
19 183,158
-4 604 352
-2 475,768

1 779 381
1 756 650
805,215
5 065 377
1,751,536
-304 306
- 124 601

7 580 261
4995 667
3 762,612
15 979 925
2 941 228
-975 512

1 339 269
1,667,484
868,579
3 968 334
842,991
-429 333

3 873 504
1 ,436 909
660,034
5 058 443
1,471,781
-37 183
-154,260

5 583 045
1,746,231
1,304,854
9 974 194
1,210,098
- 837 926
-180,485

27 Total4
28 Reimbursements

969,042,481
-71,928,076

63,972,890
-7,038,434

196,803,217
-18,152,139

49,136,709
-3,997,364

60,749,118
-5,597,428

81,175,3214
-5,162,709

29 Net expenses

897,114,405

56,934,456

178,651,077

45,139,345

55,151,690

76,012,612

14611 235 248
82580,165

606 616 070
439 424

4 240 842 931
76 354 576

542,703 654
458,270

1 077 251 284
450,961

1 148 573 648
453,086

1 Loans
2 Acceptances
3 U.S. government securities
4 Foreign currencies
5 Priced services
6 All other

196331,509
18 712 312
14,551,098,804
577 370,665
154,103,355
10,733,008

7 Total

9,362,575

CURRENT EXPENSES

PROFIT AND Loss
30 Current net income
31 Additions to current net income
Deductions from current net income
Losses on sales of U.S.
government securities
33 Losses on foreign currency
transactions^
34 All other

124 008 397

5 457 018

34 318 309

4,874,159

9 171 623

10 031 986

305 991 850
21 452,907

8 567 772
922 676

78 027 922
15,598,419

1 1 ,627 690
142 ,963

24 173 356
186,189

15 605 584
143,719

35

451 453,154

14,947 466

127 944 650

16,644,812

33,531,168

25,781,289

368,872,989

14,508,042

51,590,074

16,186,542

33,080,207

25,328,203

32

Total deductions

36 Net deductions from current net income
37 Earnings credits applied in payment
of priced services
38 Assessment for expenditures of
Board of Governors6
39 Net earnings before payments
to U.S. Treasury

4,006,196

577,927

130,755

174,136

137,957

415,413

63,162,700

1,728,700

16,066,500

2,402,000

4,970,500

3,236,800

14 175 193,363

589,801 401

4,173,055,602

523,940,976

1,039,062,620

1 119,593,232

74 573 806

2 001 083

18 797 197

2 798 463

5 756 998

3 841 323

14,023,722,907

587,480,068

4,141,581,905

514,110,063

1,032,044,272

1,111,570,209

42 Transferred to surplus
43 Surplus, January 1

76 896,650
1 202 232 200

320,250
33 114 250

12,676 500
306006 800

7,032,450
45,954,150

1 ,261 ,350
95 189 950

4,181,700
61,685 200

44 Surplus, December 31

1 279 128,850

33,434,500

318,683,300

52,986,600

96,45 1,300

65,866,900

40 Dividends paid
41 Payments to U.S. Treasury
(interest on Federal Reserve notes)

166




73. Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks, 1981—Continued
Dollars

Atlanta

Chicago

St. Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas City

Dallas

San Francisco

Line

6,872,846

30,154,475

7,884,168

7,466,473

18,732,638

8,847,852

14,797,304

478,113,008
4,7,2
20640
18,277,346
702,256

2,226,833,457
82,499,886
23,794,221
1,153,198

549,026,607
16,834,636
8,071,572
301,897

228,392,614
17,956,945
90674
,9,0
346,931

666,257,777
24,129,645
11,632,636
202,576

891,720,713
34,586,775
10,860,788
509,962

1,938,292,206
90,366,219
12,848,059
832,075

1
2
3
4
5
6

560186
4,4,7

2344527
,6,3,3

582,118,880

232967
6,5,6

709522
2,5,7

965600
4,2,9

2071583
,5,3,6

7

36,853,183
10,095,130
579,196
1,327,223

55,495,501
15,055,819
792,431
1,941,338

22,522,717
5,988,004
597,147
625,441

18,849,950
4,612,185
435,042
810,063

27,664,892
7,359,311
4900
2,7
1,168,549

25,631,576
6,059,583
543,714
955,118

43,665,847
11,760,155
1,046,136
1,731,277

8
9
10
11

9,680,821
1,759,650
3,732,057

13,795,706
2,112,829
4,851,945

6,515,474
668,250
2,173,596

4,473,450
845,641
1,274,685

7,094,432
1,045,456
2,707,171

6,768,812
1,073,751
2,467,399

10,740,864
1,701,367
2,970,323

12
13
14

989,263
863,843
1,671,607
127,482
986,473

2,143,327
559,792
,870,429
,193,903
,678,012

392,203
461,312
957,745
260,810
367,551

1,702,380
852,286
639,320
71,170
501,001

461,808
718,764
995,459
35,924
452,558

505,581
4402
7,8
1,061,378
156,555
6490
2,4

603,828
699,193
1,084,600
949,291
344,649

15
16
17
18
19

5,309,408
1,626,484
1,378,331
6,198,267
1,617,817
-451,523
-287,487

6,646,711
,954,681
,426,608
10,251,878
2,168,148
-649,494
-596,633

2,843,586
996,302
886,180
3,069,797
656,843
-436,911
^62,902

1,846,902
1,030,148
572,998
1,211,177
1,056,460
-90,564
-68,712

2,142,872
2,378,566
1,233,240
4,879,439
1,9,3
0696
-269,357
-660,106

2,891,651
1,785,408
1,331,266
5,904,801
1,764,466
-86,352
- 176,859

4,163,939
2,762,025
1,683,374
11,362,381
2,604,854
-35,891
- 163,723

20
21
22
23
24
25
26

8,5,2
40725
-5,161,016

126291
2,9,3
-8,098,344

49,483,145
-3,217,310

40,625,582
-2,021,586

6,3,8
09494
-3,489,821

5,3,7
97680
-2,768,745

9,7,8
96449
-7,223,180

27
28

7,9,1
88620

114,594,587

4,6,3
62585

3,0,9
86396

5,4,6
74513

5,6,2
69815

9,5,0
24139

29

467,145,665
4662
5,0

2,249,840,650
396,067

535,853,045
485,484

224,655,673
467,120

663,510,109
461,357

889,557,965
711,194

1,964,684,554
1,4,2
4604

30
31

4,195,583

19,186,911

4,774,349

20099
,2,4

5,736,024

7,574,644

16,666,842

32

22,949,389
203,991

4,8,0
49082
2,049,918

9,179,755
34,034

9,791,739
233,850

13,157,650
3400
0,9

18,665,503
228,956

49,264,688
1,404,102

33
34

27,348,963

66,217,631

13,988,138

12,046,538

19,197,764

26,469,103

67,335,632

35

26,892,361

65,821,564

13,502,654

11,579,418

18,736,407

25,757,909

65,889,608

36

511,247

1,565,810

4,359

206,213

31,360

199,807

51,212

37

4,735,700

92600
,4,0

1,876,900

2,091,100

2,731,200

39020
,0,0

10,177,100

38

435,006,357

2,173,207,276

520,469,132

210,778,942

642,011,142

897009
5,0,4

1,888,566,634

39

5,637,026

10,748,301

2,211,992

2,736,631

3,280,922

4,745,886

12,017,984

40

422,218,381

2,159,222,575

516,514,190

199,273,611

633,479,120

844,715,263

1,861,513,250

41

7,150,950
90,077,950

3,236,400
176,818,700

1,742,950
35,725,850

8,768,700
38,074,150

5,251,100
51,793,450

10,238,900
73,527,600

15,035,400
194,264,150

42
43

97,228,900

180,055,100

37,468,800

46,842,850

57,044,550

83,766,500

209,299,550

44




167

74. Banks and branches—Number in operation, December 31, 1981, by state
Number maintaining branches or additional offices1

Commercial and mutual savings banks
Commercial
State

Member

Commercial

Mutual
savings

Nonmember

Total

Total
Total

United States . . .

Member

15,341 14,900

National

State

Insured

Nonm
~
suredz

Total

Nonm
*
sured

Insured

Insured

Nonm
~
sured

Insured

Non"-.
sured

525 4,121

State

4,454

1,020

8,928

480

330

27

305

92

Alabama
Alaska .
Arizona
Arkansas
California . . . .

308
14
37
264
332

308
12
37
264
332

94
5
3
70
60

25
0
1
4
10

189
7
22
188
242

0
0
11
2
19

0
2
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

182
13
20
165
211

182
12
20
165
211

67
5
3
55
28

12
0
0
3
9

103
7
16
107
168

0
0
1
0
6

0
1
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Colorado . . . .
Connecticut
Delaware . . . .
District of
Columbia . . .
Florida

483
122
23

483
57
21

151
17
6

46
2
1

143
38
12

143
0
2

0
65
2

0
0
0

104
112
14

104
49
12

59
15
5

5
2
0

40
32
7

0
0
0

0
63
2

0
0
0

19
505

19
505

16
181

0
33

1
282

2
9

0
0

0
0

13
362

13
362

12
137

0
24

1
201

0
0

0
0

0
0

427
12
27
1,295
411

427
12
27
1,295
407

63
2
7
406
119

9
0
4
59
41

354
7
16
787
245

1
3
43
2
6

0
0
0
0
4

0
0
0
0
0

266
10
22
451
293

266
10
22
451
291

56
1
6
194
97

7
0
3
20
24

203
7
13
237
170

0
2
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
2

0
0
0
0
0

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine

655
619
344
273
63

655
619
344
273
36

100
148
76
52
11

39
22
9
7
2

510
448
258
214
23

1
1
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
27

0
0
0
0
0

285
144
232
205
60

285
144
232
205
34

53
53
62
41
11

17
5
6
6
2

215
86
164
158
21

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
26

0
0
0
0
0

Maryland
Massachusetts . . .
Michigan
..
Minnesota
Mississippi . . .

97
304
377
764
171

94
145
377
763
171

24
70
126
203
36

5
7
80
33
4

65
61
169
523
130

0
7
2
4
1

3
48
0
1
0

0
111
0
0
0

85
261
317
219
143

82
124
317
218
143

23
64
114
90
35

5
7
67
7
3

54
53
135
121
105

0
0
1
0
0

3
45
0
1
0

0
92
0
0
0

Missouri
Montana
Nebraska . . . .
Nevada
New Hampshire . .

734
167
466
14
96

734
167
466
14
72

112
55
117
3
34

38
45
9
1
4

578
64
331
8
33

6
3
9
2
1

0
0
0
0
24

0
0
0
0
0

353
30
100
8
74

353
30
100
8
56

64
15
44
2
29

20
6
2
1
3

269
9
54
5
24

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
18

0
0
0
0
0

New Jersey
New Mexico . . . .

181
89

161
89

87
40

14
6

60
42

0
1

20
0

0
0

159
68

142
68

78
30

14
4

50
34

0
0

17
0

0
0
0

New York
North Carolina , .
North Dakota ...

450
73
179

352
73
179

113
20
39

43
1
3

56
50
133

123
2
4

98
0
0

0
0
0

262
61
79

167
61
79

85
18
25

32
1
2

39
41
52

11
1
0

95
0
0

0
0

Ohio
Oklahoma . . . .
Oregon
Pennsylvania . . . .
Rhode Island

380
508
97
372
24

380
508
95
363
18

169
188
6
208
5

85
21
13
11
0

125
292
65
131
10

1
7
11
13
3

0
0
2
9
6

0
0
0
0
0

279
151
50
272
22

279
151
48
263
16

138
81
6
145
5

62
4
4
9
0

79
65
37
108
9

0
1
1
1
2

0
0
2
9
6

0
0
0
0
0

South Carolina . .
South Dakota . . .
Tennessee . . .
Texas
Utah

83
154
354
1,529
68

83
154
354
1,529
68

18
34
68
694
6

6
27
10
43
18

59
92
273
786
42

0
1
3
6
2

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

68
53
271
258
35

68
53
271
258
35

17
14
63
60
4

5
10
9
13
9

46
29
199
185
22

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Vermont . . .
Virginia
Washington .
West Virginia . . .
Wisconsin

34
224
121
243
646

28
224
111
243
643

11
69
19
113
131

1
90
4
29
27

15
64
75
101
478

1
1
13
0
7

6
0
10
0
3

0
0
0
0
0

29
177
76
66
262

24
177
66
66
262

9
61
17
32
57

1
64
6
9

14
52
48
28
196

0
0
0
0
0

5
0
10
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Wyoming , . .
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands . . .

109
0
0

109
0
0

49
0
0

28
0
0

31
0
0

1
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

4
0
0

4
0
0

1
0
0

0
0
0

3
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

....

168



111 7,456

National

Mutual
savings

Nonmember

7,059 2,386

74. Banks and branches—Number in operation, December 31, 1981, by state—Continued
Branches and additional offices1
Class of bank

Location

Commercial banks
State

s

Nonmember

Member

Outside head-office city

Mutual
avings

In

Total
Total

43,547

State

National

5,163

Non

m
".
sured

Insured

Insure< ,

office

Noninsured

dty

In
headoffice
county

In
contiguous
counties

In
noncontiguous
counties

Banking
facilities3

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California

14,584

60

2,872

270

14,700

12,651

7,822

8,464

153

665
117
578
419
4,464

United States

665
113
578
419
4,464

354
78
374
194
2,785

105
0
0
10
450

206
35
203
215
1,220

0
0
1
0
9

0
4
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

353
44
152
269
588

251
7
174
145
616

7
35
166
4
888

54
31
86
1
2,372

2
2
2
1
26

40,405 20,598

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of
Columbia
Florida

125
983
171

125
612
147

77
213
8

5
90
0

43
309
139

0
0
0

0
371
24

0
0
0

107
218
40

14
479
77

4
235
44

0
51
10

9
0
0

158
1,472

158
1,472

156
790

0
83

2
599

0
0

0
0

0
0

158
571

0
654

0
78

0
169

1
8

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

933
160
259
621
1,183

933
160
259
621
1,180

449
10
191
296
572

84
0
9
29
42

400
147
59
296
566

0
3
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
3

0
0
0
0
0

441
60
38
538
629

272
43
21
77
551

87
4
51
6
1

133
53
149
0
2

8
6
0
6
1

592
281
793
852
460

592
281
793
852
355

154
141
285
302
156

49
6
95
59
35

389
134
413
491
164

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
105

0
0
0
0
0

332
273
523
479
60

195
6
266
360
185

65
2
4
10
258

0
0
0
3
47

0
1
1
2
2

1,052
1,505
2,237
311
715

986
981
2,237
309
715

401
437
1,088
159
286

100
71
541
8
14

485
472
607
142
415

0
1
1
0
0

66
254
0
2
0

0
270
0
0
0

211
608
899
156
258

229
834
857
114
168

351
49
443
39
139

261
4
38
2
150

4
1
3
0
2

463
45
318
156
249

463
45
318
156
176

98
29
228
97
97

30
6
7
32
10

335
10
83
27
69

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
73

0
0
0
0
0

349
44
294
42
86

111
0
17
21
126

3
1
7
22
36

0
0
0
71
1

2
1
1
0
0

New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota

1,866
260
4,803
1,790
135

1,645
260
3,576
1,790
135

1,001
131
1,919
832
49

252
18
1,323
5
4

392
111
320
942
82

0
0
14
11
0

221
0
1,227
0
0

0
270
0
171
0 1,645
0
199
0
56

807
79
912
113
47

476
9
1,137
294
31

322
1
1,109
1,184
1

4
0
4
0
2

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

2,316
280
622
2,879
313

2,316
280
604
2,671
239

1,481
192
365
1,335
118

533
4
5
225
0

302
82
231
1,108
109

0
2
3
3
12

0
0
18
208
74

0
0
0
0
0

727
258
144
335
65

1039
15
89
1056
134

251
5
137
1,488
78

300
2
252
0
36

3
5
0
2
0

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah

764
171
1,054
278
315

764
171
1,054
278
315

389
109
413
46
136

12
17
52
16
111

363
45
589
216
68

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

132
49
634
269
51

97
40
402
8
87

90
39
8
1
49

445
43
10
0
128

2
0
1
20
3

207
1,435
1,103
66
550

173
1,435
915
66
550

45
652
664
32
184

1
581
4
6
24

127
2 0 2
247
28
342

0
0
0
0
0

34
0
188
0
0

0
34
0 2 7 5
0
287
0
62
0
214

65
226
303
4
258

60
367
198
0
65

48
567
315
0
13

0
10
3
0
1

3
0
0

3
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

3
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

1
0
0

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin

.

Wyoming
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands




..

0
0
0

3
0
0

169

75. Number of par banking offices, December 31, 1981 *
Branches
and
offices

Banks

Non member

Member

Total
Date, and
Federal Reserve District

Branches
and
offices

Banks

Banks

Branches
and
offices

9,189

14,889

175
271
133
281
327
1.206
1,889
1,061
922
1,508
904
512

1,168
912
1,088
767
2,031
2,223
1,948
1,185
375
540
394
2,258

United States, including other areas2
Total

14,663

40,912

5,474

26,023

Federal Reserve District
Boston
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas
San Francisco

. . .

161
221
212
370
373
536
902
391
508
849
789
162

2,344
5,137
2,587
3,425
5,208
4,937
4,703
2,120
855
1,370
616
7,610

336
492
345
651
700
1,742
2,791
1,452
1,430
2,357
1,693
674

1,176
4,225
1,499
2,658
3,177
2,714
2,755
935
480
830
222
5,352

76. Banking offices in the United States—Number, and changes in number, December 31, 1981
A. Banks (head offices), by type1
Commercial banks
Item

All
banks

Mutual savings

Member
Total

Total

National

Nonmember
State

Total

Insured

^ed

8,928

4802

Insured

insured

330

111

Number
1 Total

15,323

14,882

5,474

4,454

.1,020

9,408

Change in number during 1981
New banks3
Ceased banking operations
Suspensions
Placed in receivership
Consolidations and absorptions
6 Banks converted into branches
7 Other
Interclass changes
8 Nonmember to national
9 Nonmember to state member
10 State member to national
1 1 State member to nonmember
12 National to nonmember
13 National to state member
14 Noninsured mutual to insured mutual
15 Insured mutual to federal mutual
16 National to noninsured national
2
3
4
5

17 Net change

170



-1
-2

-1
-2

124
0
0
0

-213
-20

-198
-19

-85
-9

-71
-7

-14
-2

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-4
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

14
23
0
-2
-10
0
0
0
-3

14
0
9
0
-10
-2
0
0
-3

0
23
-9
-2
0
2
0
0
0

27

46

52

29

23

268

267

99
0
0
0

25
0
0
0

143
75
1
0
- 1 - 1
- 2
1

-113
-10

-111
-9

-14-14
-23
-23
0
0
2
2
10
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
-6

68
0
-

-72

1

1
0

1

-2
-1

3
66

0

-14
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0

0
0
0
0
0
0
24
4
0

0
0
0
0
-1
-1

0
0
0
0
0
0
-24
0
0

7 - 2 6

76. Banking offices in the United States—Number, and changes in number, December 31, 1981—
Continued
B. Branches, additional offices, and facilities, by type of bank
Commercial banks
Item

All
banks

Member
Total

Total

National

Mutual savings
baiiks

Nonmember
State

d

Insured

Noninsured

60

2,872

270

10
0
-1

139
14
-32
0

12
1
0
0

Total
•—

i±e

Number
43,547

1 Total

40,405

25,761

20,598

5,163

14,644

14,584

Change in number during 1981
Branches and additional offices
De novo
Banks converted
. ..
Discontinued
Sale of branch
Interclass changes
6 Nonmember to national
7 Nonmember to state member
8 State member to national
9 State member to nonmember
10 National to state member
1 1 National to nonmember
12 Noninsured mutual savings to insured
mutual savings
13 Insured mutual savings to federal
mutual savings
14 Insured nonmember to insured
mutual . . . . ,
15 Other
2
3
4
5

908
110
-161
3

325
20
-51
-3

942
64
-120
-2

932
64
-119
-

280
53
0
0
9
0
0
0-123

280
0
25
0
-81
-123

0
53
-25
-9
81
0

-280
-53
0
9
0
123

-280
-53
0
9
0
123

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0

0

0

0

0

0

128

-128

0

0

0

0

0-139

0

0
30

0
17

0
13

-4

2,175
194
-332
-2

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0

0

-139
0
40

0

-

4
21

_Q

2

0

-9

0

4

0
0

4
14

0
5

2,070

16 Net change
17 Number December 31 1981
Banking facilities*
18 Established
19 Discontinued
.

..

20 Net change

..

21 Number December 31 1981




1,233
130
-212
0

2,326
209
-364
-2

2,052

1,382

978

404

670

661

9

128

43,547

40,405

25,761

20,598

5J63

14,644

14,584

60

2,872

270

0
-5

0
-5

0
-4

2
-3

0
-1

0
-1

0
-1

0
0

0
0

0
0

-3

-3

-2

-1

-1

-1

-

0

0

153

153

133

123

10

20

0

0

20

1

0
0

-110

171

77. Changes in offices of commercial banks and nondeposit trust companies during 1981—
Summary, by state
July 1-December 31

January 1-June 30
State

50 states and District of
Columbia— Total . . .
Statewide branching
states
Limited branching
states
Unit banking states

Net inNet inIn opera- BeginCeasing In opera- crease, or
Ceasing In opera- crease, or In opera- Begintion
ning
tion
ning
tion on
operation June on decrease tion on operation operation Dec. on decrease
31
July 1
30
Jan. 1 operation
(-)
(-)

53,328

1,191

221

54,304

916

54,304

1,504

381

55,427

1,123

22,886

611

135

23,362

476

23,362

804

257

23,909

547

311
189

22,162
8,780

465
235

105
19

22,522
8,9%

360
216

29

Type of
branching'

21,851
8,591

379
207

68
18

22,162
8,780

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California

942
125
572
677
4,587

22
1
46
10
131

4
0
3
4
21

960
126
615
683
4,697

18
1
43
6
110

960
126
615
683
4,697

5
2
164

13
1
2
1
43

976
126
618
684
4,818

16
0
3
1
121

L
S
S
L
S

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia . . . .
Florida

553
663
168
169
1,747

21
15
3
5
131

3
7
4
0
22

571
671
167
174
1,856

18
8
-1
5
109

571
671
167
174
1,856

46
9
2
5
180

1
10
1
1
50

616
670
168
178
1,986

45

U

1
4
130

s
s
s
s

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

1,310
177
273
1,826
1,536

34
3
5
56
26

10
0
0
4
2

1,334
180
278
1,878
1,560

24
3
5
52
24

1,334
180
278
1,878
1,560

35
1
8
51
33

2
3
0
7
5

1,367
178
286
1,922
1,588

33
-2
8
44
28

L
S
S
U
L

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine

1,229
892
1,106
1,074
349

19
4
29
24
17

3
0
10
2
1

1,245
896
1,125
1,0%
365

16
4
19
22
16

1,245
896
1,125
1,0%
365

14
8
17
35
33

11
3
4
3
5

1,248
901
1,138
1,128
393

3
5
13
32
28

L
U
L
L
S

Maryland .
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi

1,044
1,097
2,535
1,037
875

23
10
46
19
10

7
0
5
3
2

1,060
1,107
2,576
1,053
883

16
10
41
16
8

1,060
1,107
2,576
1,053
883

32
27
57
25
13

8
7
19
3
7

1,084
1,127
2,614
1,075
889

24
20
38
22
6

S
L
L
L
L

Missouri
Montana . . . .
Nebraska
Nevada . .
New Hampshire

1,169
202
747
154
236

12
3
29
9
8

2
3
0
3

1,179
204
773
163
241

10
2
26
9
5

1,179
204
773
163
241

23
9
16
7
7

3
0
3
0
1

1,199
213
786
170
247

20
9
13
7
6

U
U
U

New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota . .

1,757
334
3,735
1,822
306

33
5
61
28
3

10
3
19
11
0

1,780
336
3,777
1,839
309

23
2
42
17
3

1,780
336
3,777
1,839
309

42
14
161
31
7

9
2
35
7
0

1,813
348
3,903
1,863
316

33
12
126
24
7

s
u

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon . .
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

2,622
757
672
2,926
250

32
16
15
60
2

6
2
5
1

2,648
771
686
2,981
251

26
14
14
55
1

2,648
771
686
2,981
251

58
23
12
71
5

8
0
3
14
0

2,698
794
695
3,038
256

50
23
9
57
5

L
U
S
L
S

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
...
Texas
Utah

814
319
1,385
1,732
364

20
4
16
55
13

2
0
6
3
2

832
323
1,395
1,784
375

18
4
10
52
11

832
323
1,395
1,784
375

19
3
19
44
21

2
0
4
1
10

849
326
1,410
1,827
386

17
3
15
43
It

S
S
L
U

Vermont .
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin

196
1,640
1,053
301
1,166

3
23
12
3
17

0
17
4
0
3

199
1,646
1,061
304
1,180

3
6
8
3
14

199
1,646
1,061
304
1,180

3
33
20
6
16

1
12
53
1
2

201
1,667
1,028
309
1,194

2
21
-33
5
14

106

5

0

111

5

111

2

0

113

2

Wyoming

172




s
s
s
L
S

s
s
s
s
u
L

U

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all
commercial banks and trust companies), by state
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

June 1981
Alabama (246)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

15.2
15.2

Arkansas (260)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
P e r organization
Cumulative




1.2 2
62.0

.82
62.8

11.8
26.2

11.0
37.2

9.7
46.9

4.8
51.8

3.8
55.6

1.6
57.2

1.3
58.6

1.3
59.9

.8
60.7

23.92
53,6

11. 1 2
64.7

8.7
73.5

8.32
81.8

5.1
87.0

4.7
91.8

3.22
95.0

2.1 2
97.1

2.02
99.2

22.2
52.4

10.3
62.7

8.7
71.5

8.4
80.0

5.5
85.5

5.1
90.6

3.7
94.4

2.3
96.8

2.4
99.2

27.0
69.0

15.32
84.3

5.1
89,5

3.6
93.2

1.9
95.2

1.3 2
96.5

.82
97,4

.62
98.1

,32
98.4

26.6
68.8

15.3
84.1

5.3
89.4

3.8
93.2

2.1
95.4

1.1
96.5

.9
97.4

.6
98.1

.3
98.4

7.1
7.1

4.0
11.1

3.3
14.5

3.22
17.7

2.2
20.0

1.9
21.9

1.92
23.8

1.8
25.6

1.7
27.3

1.4
28.8

.

.

.

6.6
6.6

3.0
9.6

2.8
12.5

2.7
15.2

2.0
17.3

1.9
19.2

1,9
21.1

1.9
23.1

1.5
24.6

1.4
26.1

.

.

.

.

30.1
30.1

10.4
40.5

8.7
49.3

7.3
56.6

7.1
63.7

3.0
66.7

1.6
68.4

1.4
69.8

1.3 2
71.1

1.2
72.4

35.9
35.9

12.3
48.2

9.9
58.1

7.9
66.1

7.5
73.6

2.9
76.5

2.1
78.7

1.2
80.0

.0
80.0

1.5
81.5

17.1
17.1

15.2
32.4

10.5
42.9

8.3
51.3

8.1
59.4

3.6
63,1

3.2
66.3

1.7
68.1

1.1
69.3

1.0
70.3

15.8
15.8

14.5
30.3

11.0
41.3

7.8
49.1

8.5
57.6

3.4
61.1

3.3
64.4

1.8
66.3

1.2
67.5

1.0
68.5

19.7
19.7

18.1
37.9

9.2
47.2

8.9
56.1

5.52
61.7

5.4
67.1

5.3
72.5

5.2
77.7

4.2
82.0

1.4 2
83.4

18.5
18.5

17.4
35.9

9.1
45.1

9.2
54.3

5.5
59.9

5.7
65.7

5,8
71.5

5.0
76.6

4.3
80.9

1.5
82.4

39.32
39.3

20.82
60.2

15.82
76.0

12.62
88.7

3.32
92.1

2.1 2
94.2

1.0
95.2

.82
96.1

.72
96.8

.52
97.4

33.2
33.2

22.0
55.3

17.4
72.7

14.4
87.2

3.9
91.1

2.3
93.5

1.0
94.5

.9
95.5

.8
96.3

.7
97.0

Connecticut (58)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Florida (330)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

1.3 2
60.8

.

.

Colorado (345)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

District of Columbia (19)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . ,
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . ,

1.62
59.4

42.1
42.1

California (397)
Assets
P e r organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Delaware (20)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

3.8
57.8

42.02
42.0

.

4.7
53.9

30.1
30.1

Arizona C36)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative , . . . . , .

10.6
49.2

29.72
29.7

Alaska (11)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

11.1
38.5

14.4
14.4

. •

12.2
27.4

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

33.4
33.4

28.2
61.7

10.5
72.2

8.8
81.1

6.72
87.8

2.5
90.3

2.02
92.3

1.82
94.1

.92
95.1

.82
95.9

.

.

.

.

33.5
33.5

27.9
61.4

9.6
71.0

9.0
80.0

7.4
87.4

2.7
90.2

2.1
92.3

1.9
94.3

1.1
95.5

.0
95.5

11.3
11.3

9.1
20.5

6.8
27.4

5.0
32.4

4.8
37.3

4.5
41.8

3.9
45.8

2.6
48.5

2.3
50.8

2.3
53.1

10.6
10.6

9.1
19.7

7.2
26,9

5.0
32.0

4.7
36.7

4.4
41.1

3.9
45.0

2.4
47.5

2.4
50.0

2.2
52.2

173

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all
commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

' 1 >

4

5

6

| 7

8

9

10

June 1981
Georgia (398)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

17.2
17.2

Illinois (1,286)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative ,

.
.

Iowa (577)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Kansas (615)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

.

.
,

Kentucky (344)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .
Louisiana (269)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . .
Maine (25)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

174



..

......

.

. . . .

11.9
28.5

10.6
39.2

4.3
43.5

.0
43.5

2.8
46.4

.0
46.4

2.1
48.5

1.8
50.4

1.9
52.4

31.8
71.3

7.7
79,0

7.02
86.1

5.0
91.1

3.5
94.7

2.92
97.7

.72
98.4

.52
98.9

.4
99.4

32.9
71.0

8.2
79.2

7.2
86.5

5.3
91.8

3.8
95.6

3.;1
98.8

.7
99.5

.0
99.5

.2
99,8

27.3
63.2

11.4
74.6

8.0
82.7

3.6
86.4

2.22
88.6

1.62
90.3

1.32
91.7

1.2
93.0

.92
93.9

26.3
62.1

11.4
73.5

8.3
81.9

3.8
85.8

2.3
88.2

1.7
89.9

1.4
91.4

1.3
92.8

1.0
93.8

22.1
22.1

13.7
35.9

4.5
40.4

4.0
44.5

1.5
46.1

.8
46.9

.62
47.6

.62
48.2

.4
48.7

.4
49.1

13.2
29.5

3.9
33.4

3.5
37.0

1.5
38.5

.8
39.4

.0
39.5

.4
39.9

.5
40.4

.4
40.8

7.1
14.7

5.9
20.6

2.1
22.8

1.72
24.5

1.72
26.2

1.52
27.8

1.42
29.3

1.4
30.8

1.2
32.0

6.2
12.2

4.2
16.5

1.8
18.3

1.8
20.2

1.6
21.8

1.5
23.4

1.4
24.8

1.4
26.3

1.2
27.5

8.2
8.2

6.1
14.3

5.2
19.6

3.9
23.5

3.3
26.8

2.7
29.6

2.32
31.9

1.6
33.6

.92
34.5

.92
35.4

7.0
7.0

Indiana (406)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

1.6
57.6

6.0
6.0

.,

1.62
55.9

7.5
7.5

.

1.8
54.2

16.2
16.2

..

2.42
52.4

35.7
35.7

..

2.5
49.9

35.92
35.9

.

2.92
47.3

38.0
38.0

Idaho (26)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization

4.4
44.4

39.5
39.5

,

10.7
39.9

16.6
16.6

Hawaii (14)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

12.0
29.2

5.6
12.7

5.4
18.2

3.4
21.7

3.4
25.1

2.2
27.4

2.1
29.5

1.4
31.0

.8
31.8

.7
32.6

5.2
5.2

2.82
8.1

1.9
10.0

1.62
11.6

1.52
13.2

1.4
14.7

1.4
16.1

1.42
17.5

l.O2
18.6

1.0
19.6

4.6
4.6

2.5
7.2

1.5
8.7

1.3
10.1

1.4
11.6

1.1
12.7

.6
13.4

1.1
14.5

1.0
15.6

.9
16.5

10.9
10.9

9.7
20.7

5.0
25.8

3.7
29.5

2.32
31.9

2.22
34.1

1.8
36.0

1.1
37.1

l.O2
38.2

.9
39.2

9.3
9.3

8.5
17.8

4.5
22.4

3.2
25.6

2.3
28.0

1.1
29.2

1.6
30.8

1.1
32.0

1.0
33.1

.9
34.0

6.8
6.8

4.5
11.3

4.1
15.4

3.2
18.7

3.0
21.7

2.92
24.7

2.5
27.2

2.3
29.6

2.3
31.9

2.22
34.1

6.4
6.4

4.0
10.4

3.5
14.0

2.9
16.9

2.8
19.8

2.7
22.5

2.4
24.9

2.4
27.3

2.1
29.4

2.2
31.7

19.4
19.4

15.5
35.0

14.5
49.5

13.7
63.3

11. 42
74.7

6.9
81.7

2.0
83.7

1.8
85.6

1.82
87.4

1.52
89.0

18.3
18.3

16.5
34.8

14.0
48.9

14.4
63.3

11.2
74.5

6.5
81.0

2.2
83.2

1.8
85.0

1.9
86.9

1.5
88.5

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all
commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets

State and item1
1

2

3

|

4

5

6

7

|

8

|

9

10

June 1981
Maryland (83)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . .

22.2
22.2

12.4
34.7

11.9
46.7

9.1
55.9

8.4
64.3

7.7
72.0

4.1 2
76.2

2.0
78.2

1.42
79.7

1.3 2
81.0

20.1
20.1

12.7
32.8

11.1
44.0

9.6
53.6

8.8
62.4

7.2
69.6

4.4
74.1

2.1
76.2

1.6
77.8

1.3
79.1

Massachusetts (91)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

28.5
28.5

11.0
39.5

10.8
50.4

10.0
60.5

9.3
69.8

3.4
73.2

2.9
76.2

2.3
78.5

2.1
80.7

1.8
82.6

23.0
23.0

10.;6
33.6

12.8
46.5

9.7
56.2

9.5
65.7

4.0
69.8

3.3
73.1

2.7
75.9

2.5
78.5

2.2
80.8

19.2
19.2

11.1
30.3

10.0
40.4

9.6
50.0

4.6
54.7

4.1
58.8

2.0
60.9

1.92
62.8

1.9
64.8

1.8
66.6

17.4
17.4

11.5
28.9

9.7
38.6

8.5
47.1

5.0
52.2

3.8
56.1

1.9
58.0

2.0
60.1

1.9
62.0

2.0
64.0

Minnesota (624)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

29.9
29.9

24.2
54.1

2.2
56.4

2.0
58.5

1.7
60.2

1.0
61.2

.6
61.9

.6
62.5

.52
63.1

A
63.6

26.0
26.0

23.2
49.2

2.5
51.7

1.8
53.6

1.6
55.2

.9
56.2

.7
56.9

.7
57.6

.6
58.3

.4
58.8

Mississippi (176)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13.6
13.6

11.1
24.7

3.92
28.7

3.22
31.9

3.2
35.1

3. 1 2
38.2

2.52
40.7

2.22
43.0

1.7 2
44.7

1.62
46.4

11.2
11.2

10.0
21.2

4.1
25.3

3.4
28.8

3.2
32.0

3.3
35.4

2.3
37.7

2.3
40.0

1.8
41.9

1.7
43.7

Missouri (493)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . .

12.7
12.7

12.6
25.4

8.1
33.5

5.9
39.5

5.8
45.3

5.8
51.1

2.5
53.7

2.1
55.8

1.9
57.8

1.6
59.5

10.8
10.8

10.7
21.5

8.3
29.8

5.4
35.2

5.1
40.4

5.8
46.3

2.5
48.8

2.2
51.1

2.0
53.2

1.7
55.0

24.7
24.7

12.0
36.8

6.4
43.3

6.4
49.7

5.5
55.3

4.2
59.5

1.5
61.1

1.3
62.5

1.2
63.8

1.0
64.8

24.0
24.0

12.0
36.1

6.4
42.6

5.8
48.4

5.6
54.0

4.0
58.0

1.6
59.7

1.4
61.1

1.3
62.4

1.0
63.4

8.2
8.2

7.3
15.5

6.0
21.6

3.9
25.6

3.1
28.7

l.l2
29.9

1.1
31.0

.9
31.9

.9
32.8

.8
33.6

7.7
7.7

5.6
13.3

4.7
18.0

3.7
21.8

2.5
24.3

1.1
25.4

1.1
26.5

.7
27.3

.9
28.2

.8
29.0

48.3
48.3

22.32
70.6

13.1
83.8

7.82
91.6

4.32
96.0

2.62
98.6

.52
99.2

.4
99.7

.I 2
99.8

.I 2
99.9

48.8
48.8

21.7
70.5

13.0
83.6

7.8
91.5

4.5
96.0

2.7
98.8

.5
99.3

.3
99.7

.1
99.8

.0
99.9

17.6
17.6

11.6
29.2

7.2
36.5

6.9
43.5

4.42
47.9

3.42
51.4

3.02
54.4

2.72
57.1

1.8
59.0

1.8 2
60.8

17.6
17.6

11.4
29.0

7.1
36.1

7.2
43.4

4.6
48.0

3.6
51.6

2.7
54.3

2.6
57.0

1.8
58.8

1.8
60.7

Michigan (227)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

.

Montana (110)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Nebraska (458)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
P e r organization . . . .
Cumulative
Nevada (12)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
New Hampshire (60)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




..-.,...

. . . . .

175

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all
commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

June 1981
New Jersey (134)
Assets '
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
,

10.4
10.4

8.9
19.4

8.0
27.4

7.0
34.5

3.8
38.3

3.4
41.7

3.3
45.0

3.0
48.1

3.02
51.1

2.82
53.9

9.6
9.6

8.3
17.9

7.9
25.9

6.8
32.8

4.0
36.8

3.4
40.2

3.2
43.5

2.7
46.3

3.0
49.3

3.1
52.4

New Mexico (65)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

23.1
23.1

12.0
35.1

10.02
45.1

8.0
53.1

3.3
56.5

3.2
59.7

2.82
62.5

2.02
64.6

1.7
66.4

1.72
68.1

22.8
22.8

11.8
34.6

8.5
43.2

8.4
51.6

3.5
55.1

3.2
58.4

2.8
61.3

1.9
63.2

1.8
65.1

1.7
66.8

11:5
11.5

10.1
21.6

7.7
29.4

7.3
36.7

7.2
44.0

5.3
49.3

3.1
52.4

2.7
55.2

2.12
57.4

2.1
59.5

10.4
10.4

11.5
22.0

9.6
31.7

8.0
39.7

7.3
47.1

5.5
52.6

3.8
56.5

3.4
60.0

2.9
63.0

2.5
65.5

North Carolina (79)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

21.9
21.9

21.0
43.0

13.2
56.2

7.5
63.8

5.72
69.6

3.0
72.6

3.0
75.7

2.4
78.1

2.32
80.4

1.6
82.1

20.1
20.1

19.6
39.7

11.3
51.1

8.1
59.3

6.5
65.8

3.4
69.3

3.4
72.8

2.7
75.5

2.5
78.1

1.8
79.9

North Dakota (145)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.4
16.4

15.3
31.7

6.8
38.6

2,52
41.1

2.3
43.4

1.9
45.4

1.9
473

1.22
48.5

1.1
49.7

l.l 2
50.9

16.2
16.2

15.4
31.6

6.7
38.4

2.3
40.8

2.1
42.9

2.0
45.0

1.8
46.8

1.3
48.1

1.1
49.3

1.1
50.4

Ohio (303)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

9.5
9.5

9.0
18.5

8.1
26.6

6.7
33.4

5.4
38.8

5.1
43.9

5.0
49.0

4,1
53.1

3.4
56.5

2.5
59.1

8.6
8.6

9.0
17.7

7.0
24.7

6.2
31.0

5.4
36.4

5.0
41.4

4.5
46.0

4.1
50.1

2.9
53.1

2.6
55.7

Oklahoma (503)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

8.6
8.6

7.6
16.3

5.1
21.4

4.3
25.7

2.7
28.4

1.6
30.0

1.5
31.5

1.4
33.0

.9
34.0

.9
34.9

7.5
7.5

6.9
14.4

4.6
19.1

4.1
23.2

2.4
25.7

1.6
27.3

1.5
28.8

1.4
30.3

.8
31.1

.9
32.0

26.4
26.4

25.4
51.8

8. 12
60.0

7.72
67.8

7.32
75.1

5.8
80.9

3. 12
84.0

2.8
86.9

1.82
88.7

.82
89.5

23.7
23.7

24.2
47.9

9.5
57.5

9.4
66.9

7.4
74.4

5.3
79.7

3.7
83.5

2.9
86.4

1.9
88.3

.9
89.2

Pennsylvania (363)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

15.8
15.8

6.9
22.8

5.6
28.5

4.8
33.3

3.9
37.3

3.1
40.4

3.1
43.5

2.9
46.5

2.4
48.9

2.32
51.2

13.7
13.7

6.2
19.9

4.6
24.6

3.6
28.2

3.3
31.6

2.7
34.3

3.1
37.4

2.8
40.3

2.3
42.6

2.6
45.2

Rhode Island (17)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

43.8
43.8

23.0
66.8

22.5
89.4

2.9
92.4

2.3
94.7

2.02
96.7

.7
97.5

.5
98.0

.4
98.5

.32
98.9

42.6
42.6

21.6
64.2

24.3
88.5

3.3
91.9

2.2
94.1

2.3
96.4

.8
97.3

.5
97.8

.4
98.3

.4
98.8

New York (338)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Oregon (90)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

176




. ..

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all
commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets

State and item'
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

|

8

9

| 10

June 1981
South Carolina (83)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
South Dakota (137)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

20.5
20.5

Utah (59)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Vermont (27)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Virginia (175)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




4.02
70.0

2.32
72,3

1.42
73.8

1.32
75.1

1.22
76.4

13.8
32.1

13.5
45.7

11.5
57.2

6.4
63.7

4.4
68.2

2.4
70.6

1.5
72.2

1.3
73.6

1.4
75.0

20.9
20.9

15.8
36.8

8.5
45.3

3.0
48.3

2.8
51.2

2.8
54.0

1.6
55.7

1.6
57.3

1.5
58.9

1.5
60.4

.

....

21.9
21.9

16.6
38.5

3.6
42.2

2.9
45.1

2.9
48.1

3.0
51.1

1.7
52.8

1.5
54.4

1.7
56.1

1.7
57.8

12.2
12.2

8.5
20.7

7.4
28.2

7.3
35.5

5.0
40.6

3.3
43.9

2.9
46.9

2.92
49.9

2.12
52.0

1.2
53.3

11.3
11.3

7.8
19.1

7.2
26.4

7.5
33.9

4.2
38.1

3.3
41.4

2.7
44.2

2.6
46.9

1.8
48.8

1.2
50.0

...

10.4
10.4

8.8
19.3

8.8
28.1

8.6
36.8

4.8
41.6

3.5
45.1

2.8
47.9

2.4
50.4

1.8
52.3

1.8
54.2

....

9.4
9.4

7.4
16.8

8.4
25.3

7.9
33.2

4.1
37.3

3.4
40.7

2.6
43.4

2.7
46.1

1.8
48.0

1.8
49.9

28.7
28.7

23.1
51.0

10.5
62.4

7.7
70.1

5.9
76.1

4.02
80.1

3.0
83.1

2.3
85.4

.9
86.4

.9
87.3

..

28.1
28.1

22.9
51.9

10.4
61.5

8.0
69.5

6.1
75.7

3.5
79.2

3.0
82.3

2.3
84.6

1.0
85.7

.9
86.6

..

15.1
15.1

12.62
27.8

12.52
40.3

10.82
51.2

8.5
59.8

7.02
66.8

4.62
71.4

3.82
75.2

2.9
78.1

2.4
80.6

16.5
16.5

13.0
29.5

13.5
43.1

11.7
54.8

8.9
63.7

.0
63.7

5.0
68.8

4.1
72.9

3.1
76.1

2.7
78.9

14.6
14.6

11.1
25.7

9.9
35.6

9.3
45.0

8.7
53.7

7.8
61.5

6.3
67.8

4.6
72.5

2.6
75.1

1.1
76.2

13.5
13.5

10.8
24.3

9.8
34.2

8.7
42.9

8.3
51.3

7.3
58.6

6.9
65.6

4.8
70.5

2.8
73.3

1.1
74.4

35.1
35.1

19.9
55.0

7.2
62.3

6.52
68.8

5.9
74.8

3.42
78.2

2.32
80.5

2.22
82.8

1.32
84.1

1.22
85.4

36.0
36.0

.
.

20.2
56.2

7.5
63.7

6.7
70.5

6.0
76.5

4.1
80.7

2.6
83.3

.7
84.1

.6
84.7

1.5
86.3

'
.

....

.. .

•. . .

.. .

. ..

.. .

•.

Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Wisconsin (492)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulati ve

5.9
65.9

....

Washington (109)
Assets
Per organization

West Virginia (239)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

12.3
60.0

.

...

Tennessee (309)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Texas (1,192)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13.52
47.6

18.3
18.3

....

13.6
34.1

..

.

....
..

4.72
4.7

2.82
7.6

2.32
9.9

2.22
12.1

1.92
14.1

1.72
15.8

1.62
17.5

1.6
19.1

1.52
20.6

1.42
22.1

....

3.7
3.7

2.3
6.0

2.0
8.1

1.5
9.6

1.5
11.2

1.5
12.8

1.3
14.2

1.3
15.5

1.5
17.1

1.4
18.5

16.1
16.1

8.7
24.8

7.2
32.1

2.3
34.4

2.1
36.6

2.1
38.8

1.8
40.7

1.6
42.3

1.6
44.0

1.3
45.4

13.2
13.2

7.9
21.1

6.9
28.1

2.4
30.5

2.1
32.7

2.0
34.7

1.8
36.6

1.6
38.3

1.7
40.0

1.3
41.4

....

177

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all
commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets

State and item1
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

|

9

| 10

June 1981
Wyoming (71)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
United States (12,971)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.4
16.4

12.3
28.7

9.6
38.4

4.0
42.5

4.0
46.5

3.4
49.9

2.6
52.6

2.62
55.2

2.2
57.4

1.7
59.2

16.2
16.2

12.3
28.5

9.5
38.1

4.1
42.3

4.0
46.3

3.2
49.5

2.6
52.2

2.7
54.9

2.3
57.3

1.7
59.1

3.6
3.6

2.6
6.3

2.3
8.6

1.7
10.3

1.7
12.1

1.6
13,8

1.6
15.4

1.5
16.9

1.2
18.2

1.2
19.4

3.9
3.9

1.9
5,8

2.1
7.9

1.7
9.7

1.8
11.5

1.4
12.9

1.3
14.3

1.0
15.3

1.3
16.7

1.0
17.7

December 1981
Alabama (244)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

15.6
15.6

13.8
29.5

12.5
42.1

10.4
52.6

4.6
57.2

1.62
58.9

1.32
60.2

1.22
61.4

.8
62.3

.82
63.2

14.7
14.7

13,8
28.6

11.8
40.5

9.8
50.3

4,7
55.1

1.5
56.7

1.2
58.0

1.3
59.3

.8
60.2

.8
61.0

31.42
31.4

22.62
54.0

9.92
64.0

8.92
72.9

8.8
81.8

5.6
87.4

4.3
91.8

3.42
95.3

2.12
97,5

1.92
99.4

31.5
31.5

20.5
52.1

9.7
61.8

8.9
70.8

9.3
80.1

6.0
86.1

4.7
90.8

4.0
94.8

2.4
97.3

2.1
99.5

41.8
41.8

27.9
69.8

14.12
83.9

5.6
89.6

3.5
93.1

1.9
95.1

1.22
96.3

.92
97.2

,62
97,9

.32
98.2

41.7
41.7

27.3
69.0

14.6
83.6

5.6
89.3

3.6
93.0

2.1
95.1

1.1
96.3

.9
97.2

.6
97.9

.3
98.3

Arkansas (260)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

7.6
7.6

3.5
11.1

3.3
14.5

3.3
17.8

2.2
20.0

1.9
21.9

1.8
23.8

1.82
25.6

1.8
27.5

1.4
28.9

6.9
6.9

2.9
9.9

2.9
12.9

2.7
15.6

2.0
17.7

1,4
19.2

1.9
21.1

1.8
23.0

1.8
24.8

1.3
26.2

California (419)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

29.7
29.7

10.1
39.9

8.3
48.2

7.6
55.9

7.3
63.2

2.6
65.9

1.5
67.5

1.4
68.9

1.1
70.1

l.l 2
71.2

35.8
35.8

12.1
48,0

8.1
56.1

9.5
65.7

7.7
73.4

2.8
76.3

2.0
78.4

1.1
79.5

1.5
81.1

.0
81.1

Colorado (366)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

17.8
17.8

15.7
33.6

10.3
43.9

8.7
52.7

7.8
60.5

3.4
64.0

3.2
67.2

1.7
69.0

1.0
70.1

.9
71.0

16.8
16.8

. 14.0
30.8

11.1
42.0

8.5
50.5

8.2
58.7

3.2
62.0

3.2
65.3

1.8
67.1

1.2
68.3

.9
69.3

Connecticut (53)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

22.1
22.1

19.0
41.1

8.6
49.7

8.3
58.1

5.7
63.9

5.32
69.2

5.2
74.4

5.2
79.6

4.3
84.0

1.32
85,4

19.5
19.5

18.8
38.4

9.0
47.4

8.3
55.7

6.4
62.1

5.4
67.6

5.1
72.7

5.6
78.3

4.5
82.9

1.4
84.4

Alaska (11)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Arizona (37)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

178




78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all
commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets

State and item1
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

|

9

10

December 1981
Delaware (21)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
District of Columbia (19)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Florida (332)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Georgia (384)
Assets
Per organization
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Hawaii (14)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .
Idaho (26)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

36.82
36.8

18.82
55.7

14.42
70.1

11.22
81.3

7.92
89.3

3.02
92.4

1.82
94.2

1.5
95.7

.72
96.4

.62
97.1

37.5
37.5

22.0
59.5

17.9
77.5

8.8
86.3

.0
86.3

3.9
90.3

2.2
92.5

1.9
94.5

.9
95.4

.8
96.2

....

32.1
32.1

28.9
61.0

10.9
71.9

8.4
80.4

7.0
87.5

2.3
89.8

1.92
91.8

1.62
93.4

1.3*
95.0

.72
95.7

..

31.2
31.2

29.2
60.5

10.4
70.9

8.7
79.7

7.9
87.6

2.6
90.3

2.1
92.4

1.7
94.2

.0
94.2

.9
95.1

11.1
11.1

9.2
20.4

7.0
27.4

5.0
32.4

5.0
37.5

4.5
42.0

4.3
46.4

2.6
49.1

2.4
51.5

2.3
53.8

.

10.7
10.7

9.3
20.0

7.3
27.4

4.8
32.2

5.0
37.3

4.4
41.7

3.8
45.6

2.5
48.1

2.6
50.8

2.4
53.2

.

16.5
16.5

12.6
29.1

11.0
40.1

4.6
44.7

3.02
47.8

2.9
50.7

2.0
52.8

1.92
54.7

1.8
56.6

1.52
58.1

..

16.4
16.4

12.1
28.5

10.9
39.5

4.5
44.1

.0
44.1

3.2
47.3

2.4
49.7

1.9
51.6

2.0
53.7

.0
53.7

39.9
39.9

32.4
72.4

7.12
79.6

7.1
86.8

4.9
91.7

3.32
95.0

2.72
97.7

.72
98.5

.52
99.0

.32
99.3

....

38.6
38.6

33.4
72.0

7.5
79.6

7.6
87.2

5.1
92.3

3.5
95.8

2.9
98.8

.6
99.4

.3
99.8

.0
99.8

...

35.8
35.8

27.7
63.5

11.2
74.8

8.1
82.9

3.7
86.7

2.22
88.9

1.52
90.4

1.32
91.8

1.2
93.0

.9
94.0

...

36.0
36.0

26.4
62.4

11.4
73.9

8.1
82.0

3.6
85.7

2.4
88.1

1.6
89.8

1.5
91.3

1.3
92.7

1.1
93.8

22.7
22.7

13.9
36.6

4.7
41.3

3.8
45.1

1.7
46.8

.9
47.8

.62
48.4

.62
49.1

,52
49.7

.4
50.1

16.5
16.5

14.2
30.8

3.8
34.6

3.5
38.2

1.6
39.8

.9
40.8

.3
41.1

.0
41.1

.4
41.5

.4
42.0

7.5
7.5

7.3
14.9

4.9
19.8

2.1
21.9

1.82
23.7

1.72
25.4

L62
27.1

1.6
28.7

1.52
30.3

I.2 2
31.5

6.1
6.1

6.4
12.5

4.3
16.9

1.8
18.8

1.8
20.6

1.6
22.2

1.6
23.9

1.5
25.4

1.4
26.9

28*0

7.9
7.9

6.5
14.4

5.2
19.7

4.0
23.8

3.4
27.3

2.9
30.2

2.52
32.8

1.7
34.5

1.0
35.5

.82
36.4

6.8
6.8

5.9
12.7

5.5
18.3

3.6
21.9

3.6
25.5

2.4
28.0

2.0
30.1

1.5
31.7

.9
32.6

.8
33.4

,

Illinois (1,290)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Indiana (406)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . . . .
Cumulative

....
. ..

Iowa (569)
Assets
Per organization
Deposits
Per organization
Cumu lat i ve
Kansas (614)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




....

5.8
5.8

....

2.82
8.6

1.8
10.5

1.82
12.3

1.6
13.9

1.52
15.4

1.3
16.7

1.22
18.0

1.1
19.2

l.l 2
20.3

4.7
4.7

2.5
7.2

1.6
8.9

1.4
10.4

.6
11.0

1.3
12.4

1.0
13.5

1.0
14.5

.9
15.5

1.1
16.6

179

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all
commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets

State and item1
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

December 1981
Kentucky (343)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

12.0
12.0

10.3
22.4

4.8
27.3

3.9
31.2

2.52
33.7

1.9
35.6

1.42
37.1

1.2
38.3

.92
39.2

.9
40.1

10.3
10.3

8.6
18.9

4.3
23.2

3.2
26.4

2.4
28.9

1.6
30.5

.9
31.4

1.2
32.7

1.0
33.7

.9
34.6

6.9
6.9

4.2
11.2

3.9
15.1

3.12
18.3

3.1
21.4

3,0
24.4

2.42
26.8

2.3
29.2

2.3
31.6

2.3
33.9

6.3
6.3

3.4
9.7

3.4
13.2

2.9
16.2

2.9
19.2

2.9
22.1

2.5
24.6

2.2
26.8

2.2
29.0

2.2
31.3

18.0
18.0

15.5
33.6

15.3
48.9

13.6
62.6

12.72
75.4

7.1
82.5

2.0
84.6

1.92
86.6

1.92
88.5

1.6*
90.1

17.2
17.2

16.1
33.4

14.4
47.9

14.3
62.2

12.8
75.1

6.8
81.9

2.1
84.0

2.0
86.1

1.7
87.9

1.6
89.6

Maryland (79)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

21.9
21.9

13.2
35.1

12.3
47.4

9.5
56.9

8.3
65.3

7.8
73.1

4.02
77.2

2.1
79.3

1.52
80.8

1.22
82.0

20.1
20.1

12.0
32.2

12.9
45.2

9.4
54.6

8.7
63.3

7.2
70.6

4.3
74.9

2.3
77.2

1.6
78.9

1.3
80.2

Massachusetts (91)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

28.0
28.0

11.9
39.9

11.1
51.1

9.5
60.6

6.9
67.6

3.72
71.3

3.3
74.6

3.1
77.8

2.0
79.9

1.92
81.8

22.9
22.9

12.3
35.2

11.0
46.3

9.0
55.4

8.0
63,4

4.4
67.9

3.9
71.9

3.5
75.4

2.5
77.9

1.6
79.6

Michigan (218)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

18.9
18.9

11,7
30.7

10.6
41.4

9.2
50.6

6.6
57.3

3.9
61.2

1.92
63.1

1.9
65.0

1.8
66.8

1.7
68.6

16.0
16.0

11.9
27.9

10.5
38.5

8.7
47.2

7.0
54.3

3.9
58.2

2.0
60.2

2.1
62.3

1.8
64.2

1.8
66.0

Minnesota (625)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

29.9
29.9

24.1
54.1

2.2
56.3

2.1
58.5

1.7
60.2

1.0
61.2

.6
61.9

.62
62.5

.4
62.9

.32
63.3

26.6
26.6

22.9
49.5

2.4
52.0

1.9
53.9

1.5
55.4

.8
56.3

.7
57.0

.6
57.7

.4
58.2

.4
58.6

Mississippi (171)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

14.2
14.2

11.1
25.4

3.92
29.3

3.22
32.6

3.1
35.7

3.12
38.8

2.62
41.5

2.12
43.6

1.72
45.3

1.62
47.0

11.6
11.6

10.5
22.2

4.1
26.3

3.3
29.6

3.2
32.9

3.3
36.2

2.3
38.6

2.2
40.9

1.8
42.7

1.7
44.5

Missouri (490)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13.4
13.4

12.8
26.2

7.8
34.1

6.3
40.4

6.0
46.5

5.9
52.4

2.3
54.7

2.2
57.0

2.1
59.1

1.7
60.8

11.1
11.1

11.4
22.6

8.1
30.7

5.5
36.2

5.4
41.7

5.8
47.5

2.3
49.9

2.0
51.9

2.1
54.1

1.8
56.0

Montana (109)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

24.5
24.5

12.0
36.5

7.0
43.5

6.4
50.0

5.2
55.3

4.1
59.4

2.4
61.9

1.5
63.5

1.3
64.8

1.0
65.8

24.1
24.1

11.8
36.0

6.2
42.2

6.4
48.7

5.4
54.1

3.9
58.0

2.5
60.5

1.6
62.2

1.3
63.5

1.0
64.5

Louisiana (272)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Maine (23)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

180



...

...

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all
commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets

State and item
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

| 10

December 1981
Nebraska (456)
Assets
Per organization . . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . . .
Cumulative
Nevada (14)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
..
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
.,
New Hampshire (58)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
.
New Jersey (129)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
..
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
...
New Mexico (63)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . .
Cumulative

8.2
8.2

8.1
16.4

6.6
23.0

4.3
27.4

3.4
30.8

1.1
31.9

l.l 2
33.1

.9
34.1

.8
35.0

.7
35.7

7.7
7.7

6.7
14.4

5.0
19.5

3.8
23.3

2.4
25.8

.7
26.5

1.1
27.6

1.0
28.6

.9
29.6

.7
30.4

48.4
48.4

22.52
71.0

12.9
83.9

7.42
91.3

4.32
95.7

2.52
98.2

.6
98.8

.42
99.2

.22
99.4

.22
99.6

49.0
49.0

22.1
71.2

12.7
83.9

7.4
91.3

4.4
95.8

2.6
98.4

.5
99.0

.3
99.3

.1
99.5

.1
99.7

17.3
17.3

13.0
30.3

7.5
37.9

6.9
44.8

4.42
49.3

3.32
52.6

3.22
55.8

2.62
58.4

2.02
60.5

1.9
62.5

17.4
17.4

12.8
30.2

7.1
37.4

7.0
44.4

4.7
49.1

3.5
52.6

2.9
55.6

2.6
58.3

2.1
60.4

1.9
62.4

10.2
10.2

9.8
20.0

7.9
27.9

7.2
35.1

4.0
39.2

3.3
42.6

3.2
45.. 8

2.9
48.7

2.9
51.6

2.82
54.5

9.6
9.6

9.5
19.1

7.7
26.9

6.8
33.7

4.2
37.9

3.3
41.3

3.1
44.4

2.9
47.4

2.6
50.0

2.9
53.0

23.6
23.6

11.5
35.1

9.72
44.9

8.6
53.6

3.9
57.5

3.5
61.0

2.6
63.7

2.02
65.7

1.72
67.5

1.6
69.2

23.3
23.3

11.3
34.6

8.6
43.2

9.1
52.4

3.8
56.2

3.6
59.8

2.8
62.7

1.8
64.5

1.6
66.2

1.7
67.9

11.0
11.0

9.8
20.8

8.0
28.9

7.7
36.6

6.8
43.4

4.8
48.3

3.1
51.5

2.8
54.3

2.2
56.6

1.42
58.1

9.7
9,7

11.7
21.5

8.8
30.4

9.8
40.2

7.2
47.5

5.2
52.7

3.3
56.0

3.6
59.7

2.7
62.4

.1
62.5

...

21.3
21.3

20.9
42.3

17.3
59.6

7.3
67.0

5.72
72.7

4.3
77.1

2.8
80.0

2.4
82.4

2.22
84.6

1.62
86.3

..

19.6
19.6

19.8
39.4

13.9
53.4

8.2
61.7

6.8
68.5

5.0
73.6

3.3
76.9

2.7
79.7

2.5
82.2

1.8
84.1

14.1
14.1

14.02
28.1

12.7
40.9

5.8
46.8

2.3
49.1

1.9
51.1

1.6
52.7

1.6
54.4

l.l 2
55.6

l.l 2
56.7

14.3
14.3

11.4
25.7

13.3
39.1

5.9
45.0

2.3
47.3

1.9
49.3

1.8
51.1

1.7
52.8

1.1
53.9

1.0
55.0

9.2
9.2

8.7
17.9

8.6
26.6

7.0
33.7

5.3
39.1

5.3
44.4

4.6
49.0

4.0
53.0

3.4
56.5

2.6
59.1

9.1
9.1

8.2
17.4

7.3
24.7

6.4
31.1

5.5
36.7

5.1
41.8

4.4
46.2

4.1
50.4

2.9
53.3

2.6
55.9

9.8
9.8

7.8
17.6

5.2
22.8

4.6
27.5

3.0
30.6

1.7
32.4

1.7
34.1

1.4
35.5

.9
36.5

.92
37.4

8.4
8.4

7.3
15.7

4.9
20.7

4.1
24.8

2.8
27.7

1.7
29.5

1.9
31.4

1.5
32.9

.8
33.7

.9
34.7

....
..

..

....

....

. . •.

..

...

New York (355)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
...
North Carolina (73)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . .
Cumulative

..
...

North Dakota (143)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Ohio (297)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . . . .
Cumulative
Oklahoma (506)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




..

...

..

•
...

181

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all
commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets

State and item1
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

December 1981
Oregon (89)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

25.0
25.0

24.3
49.4

9.92
59.3

9.62
69.0

6.02
75.0

5.3
80.3

4.22
84.5

2.7
87.3

1.72
89.1

.72
89.8

. ...

23.8
23.8

22.1
46.0

11.5
57.5

9.3
66.8

7.0
73.9

5.0
78.9

5.0
84.0

2.9
86.9

1.8
88.8

.8
89.6

....

16.1
16.1

7.2
23.3

5.6
29.0

4.6
33.6

3.9
37.6

3.3
40.9

3.1
44.0

3.0
47.1

2.3
49.4

2.22
51,7

12.7
12.7

6.2
19.0

5.2
24.2

3.8
28.1

3.4
31.5

3.0
34.6

3.0
37.7

2.9
40.6

2.2
42.9

2.5
45.5

45.2
45.2

24.6
69.9

21.8
91.7

2.9
94.7

2.0
96.8

.7
97.5

.5
98,1

.4
98.5

.4
98,9

.3
99.2

44.3
44.3

22.1
66.4

23.9
90,3

3.6
94.0

2.2
96.2

.9
97.1

.6
97.8

,4
98.3

.4
98.7

.3
99.1

19.9
19.9

14.12
34.0

13.9
48.0

12.3
60.3

5.9
66.3

3.92
70.3

2.22
72=5

1.42
74.0

1.22
75.2

1.22
76.5

18.7
18.7

13.8
32.5

13.7
46.3

11.7
58.1

6.5
64.6

4.3
69.0

2.2
713

1.5
72.8

1.2
74.0

1.3
75.4

30.7
30.7

15.8
46.6

11.7
58.3

2.3
60.7

2.2
62.9

2.0
64.9

1.3
66.2

1.2
67.5

1.1
68.7

1.1
69.8

25.0
25.0

17.1
42.2

12.6
54.8

2.4
57.3

2.4
59.7

2.1
61.8

1.4
63.3

1.2
64.5

1.2
65.8

1.2
67.1

Tennessee (310)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

11.9
11.9

8.2
20.2

7.7
27.9

7.4
35.3

5.1
40.5

3.4
44.0

2.92
46.9

2.8
49.7

2.02
51,7

1.32
53.0

11.1
11.1

7.8
18.9

7.4
26.4

7.4
33.8

4.2
38.0

3.3
41.3

2.5
43.8

2.5
46.4

1.8
48.3

1.2
49.6

Texas (1,174)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

11.0
11.0

9.4
20.5

9.3
29.8

8.6
38.4

4.6
43.1

3.6
46.8

3.2
50.0

2.9
52.9

1.8
54.7

1.7
56.5

9.8
9.8

8.8
18.6

8.4
27.1

7.4
34.6

4.0
38.6

3.4
42.0

3.4
45.4

2.8
48.3

1.8
50.1

1.7
51.8

Utah (57)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

30.4
30.4

22.0
52.5

10.1
62.6

7.4
70.0

6.3
76.4

4.12
80.6

2.9
83.6

2.2
85.8

1.0
86.8

.8
87.6

29.5
29.5

22.3
51.8

9.8
61.7

7.7
69.5

6.5
76.0

3.5
79.6

3.0
82.7

2,1
84.8

1.1
85.9

.9
86.8

16.6
16.6

13.22
29.8

13.22
43.0

11.32
54.4

9.4
63.8

4.92
68.8

4.1
72.9

3.0
76.0

2.6
78.7

1.82
80.5

17.1
17.1

13.3
30.4

12.6
43.1

11.4
54.6

8.8
63.5

4.9
68.5

4.1
72.6

3.1
75.7

2.7
78.4

1.8
80.3

14.6
14.6

11.8
26.5

9.9
36.4

9.4
45.9

9.3
55.2

7.9
63.1

6.3
69.5

4.4
73.9

2.5
76.5

1.0
77.5

13.6
13.6

11.4
25.0

9.9
35.0

9.0
44.0

8.7
52.7

7.3
60.1

7.0
67.1

4.6
71.8

2.7
74.6

1.0
75,6

Pennsylvania (360)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Rhode Island (18)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
South Carolina (83)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

. ..

South Dakota (136)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Vermont (27)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Virginia (170)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

182



, .,

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all
commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets

State and item1
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

December 1981
Washington (110)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
West Virginia (242)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

37.0
37.0

19.5
56.6

6.8
63.4

6.5
70,0

5.6
75.7

3.4
79.1

2.22
81.3

1.22
82.6

1.22
83.9

1.22
85.1

37.3
37.3

20.3
57.7

7.2
65.0

6.6
71.7

5.6
77.3

4.0
81.3

2.5
83.8

.3
84.2

1.4
85.6

1.0
86.7

.

4.62
4.6

3. 12
7.7

2.42
10.2

2.42
12.6

1.92
14.5

1.72
16.3

1.7
18.0

1.62
19.6

1.52
21.1

1.42
22.6

..

3.6
3.6

2.7
6.4

2.0
8.4

1.7
10.1

1.6
11.7

1.6
13.3

1.3
14.7

1.3
16.1

1.5
17.6

1.5
19.2

Wisconsin (488)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

15.6
15.6

9.2
24.8

7.0
31.9

2.4
34.3

2.1
36.5

2.1
38.7

1.7
40.5

1.6
42.1

1.6
43.7

1.4
45.2

13.3
13.3

8.0
21.4

6.9
28.3

2.4
30.8

2.1
32.9

2.1
35.0

1.7
36.7

1.6
38.4

1.6
40.1

1.4
41.6

Wyoming (73)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.1
16.1

13.4
29.6

12.8
42.4

4.3
46.8

3.0
49.9

2.82
52.7

2.8
55.5

1.7
57.3

1.7
59.1

1.7
60.8

15.9
15.9

13.2
29.1

12.3
41.5

4.5
46.0

3.0
49.1

3.0
52.1

2.8
54.9

1.8
56.8

1.8
58.6

1.7
60.4

3.7
3.7

2.4
6.2

2.0
8.2

1.7
10.0

1.6
11.7

1.6
13.3

1.6
14.9

1.4
16.4

1.2
17.7

1.0
18.7

4.1
4.1

1.6
5.8

1.8
7.6

1.8
9.4

1.3
10.8

1.5
12.3

1.1
13.4

1.1
14.5

1.4
15.9

.9
16.9

United States (13,002)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




....

183

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1
A. Summary totals and comparisons
50 states and District of Columbia
Item
Holding company
groups

All commercial
banks

Holding company
groups as
percentage
of all commercial
banks

Type of branching
Statewide

Limited

Unit

December 31, 1981 domestic data only
Banking offices
Total
Banks
Branches
....
Amounts (millions
of dollars)
Assets
Deposits

33,733
5,689
28,044

55,267
14,533
40,734

61.0

17,432
804
16,628

11,694
2,054
9,640

4,607
2,831
1,776

1,296,671
938,667

1,678,323
1,266,297

77.3
74.1

679,758
477,614

324,010
399,312

292,903
310,374

December 31, 1981, including foreign data
Banking offices
Total
Banks
Branches
Amounts (millions
of dollars)
Assets
Deposits

34,763
5,689
29,074

56,274
14,533
41,741

61.8

18,185
804
17,381

11,855
2,054
9,801

4,723
2,831
1,892

1,642,229
1,256,289

2,025,014
1,585,021

81.1
79.3

959,377
731,920

347,675
266,211

335,177
258,157

B. Multibank and one-bank classifications —Summary
Number
Classification

Holding
company
groups*

Amounts
(in millions of dollars)

Offices
Banks

Branches3

Total

Assets

Deposits

December 31, 1981 , domestic data only
Total (3,702
companies) . . .
Member
Nonmember . . . .

3,500

5,689
2,377
3,312

28,044
20,589
7,455

33,733
22,966
10,767

1,295,284
1,068,616
226,668

937,767
745,596
192,171

Multibank
..
Member
Nonmember . . . .

407

2,607
1,347
1,260

14,121
10,446
3,675

16,728
11,793
4,935

677,689
572,442
105,247

480,325
391,035
89,290

One-bank
Member
!.
Nonmember . . . .

3,0934

3,082
1,030
2,052

13,923
10,143
3,780

17,005
11,173
5,832

617,595
496,174
121,421

457,443
354,561
102,881

40,734

55,266

1,676,512

1,265,008

All commercial
banks

14,532

December 31, 1981, including foreign data
Total (3,702
companies) . . .
Member
Nonmember . . . .

3,500

5,689
2,377
3,312

29,074
21,579
7,495

34,763
23,956
10,807

1,642,229
1,409,900
232,328

1,256,289
1,058,016
198,273

Multibank
Member
Nonmember . . . .

407

2,607
1,347
1,260

14,746
11,061
3,685

17,353
12,408
4,945

886,103
779,495
106,607

668,967
578,175
90,791

One-bank
Member
Nonmember . . . .

3,0934

3,082
1,030
2,052

14,328
10,518
3,810

17,410
11,548
5,862

756,126
630,405
125,721

587,322
479,841
107,481

14,533

41,741

56,274

2,025,014

1,585,021

All commercial
banks

184



79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state
Number of offices

State, and class of bank

Number
of
holding
com- 5
panics

Number
of
holding
company
groups2-5

Assets

Banks and branches

Branches

Banks

Total

As a percentage
of all
commercial
banking
offices

In
millions
of
dollars

Deposits

As a percentage
of all
commercial
bank
assets

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of all
commercial
bank
deposits

December 31, 1981 domestic data only
50 states and District of
Columbia —Total . . . .
Member
Nonmember

3,7026

3,500

5,689
2,377
3,312

28,044
20,589
7,455

33,733
22,966
10,767

61.0
72.9
45.3

1,295,284
1,068,616
226,668

77.3
85.7
52.7

937,767
745,596
192,171

74.1
83.1
52.2

Alabama
Member
Nonmember

26

26

92
49
43

448
363
85

540
412
128

54.9
70.1
32.4

11,691
10,004
1,687

62.9
75.0
32.1

9,460
7,982
1,477

60.9
73.3
31.9

Alaska
Member
Nonmember

4

3

4
1
3

15
5
10

19
6
13

15.0
7.1
31.0

465
85
381

18.9
5.1
48.3

386
67
319

20.1
5.3
48.5

Arizona
Member .
Nonmember

9

5

5
2
3

448
375
73

453
377
76

73.8
99.2
32.5

11,889
10,243
1,647

81.0
99.8
37.3

9,763
8,366
1,397

80.5
99.8
37.3

Arkansas . . .
Member
Nonmember

48

45

49
22
27

179
115
64

228
137
91

33.2
48.8
22.5

5,390
3,921
1,468

43.8
58.1
26.4

4,288
3,066
1,222

41.6
55.5
25.5

California
Member . .
Nonmember

77

62

69
15
54

4,026
3,176
850

4,095
3,191
904

84.8
95.5
60.7

185,812
162,751
23,060

93.2
98.3
68.1

140,895
121,069
19,826

92.5
98.2
68.4

Colorado
Member
Nonmember

132

125

241
137
104

125
85
40

366
222
144

68.3
76.0
59.0

16,158
13,323
2,835

87.4
90.3
75.8

12,841
10,371
2,470

87.2
89.5
78.8

Connecticut .
Member
Nonmember

9

9

13
5
8

451
230
221

464
235
229

69.3
72.8
66.0

11,424
6,985
4,439

79.2
85.3
71.3

9,069
5,400
3,669

78.0
84.4
70.1

Delaware . .
Member
Nonmember

6

4

4
2
2

35
1
34

39
3
36

23.4
20.0
23.7

933
371
562

21.2
80.9
14.2

346
18
328

11.4
18.6
11.2

District of Columbia .
Member
Nonmember

8

6

6
6

135
135

141
141

80.1
81.5

7,329
7,329

91.9
92.6

5,500
5,500

90.9
91.8

82

71

268
135
133

1,190
791
399

1,458
926
532

73.2
84.5
59.4

41,562
29,687
11,875

80.9
89.7
65.0

34,122
23,889
10,233

79.9
88.9
64.5

69

64

118
33
85

652
455
197

770
488
282

56.1
79.3
37.3

17,163
13,606
3,557

68.4
87.2
37.5

13,034
9,933
3,101

65.5
85.8
37.3

Florida
Member
Nonmember

...

Georgia
Member
Nonmember

...

4

4

137

141

75.0

4,952

84.9

4,294

84.8

'. . '.

'. ! ".

4

137

Ui

80*. 1

4,952

87*4

4,294

87*5

Idaho
Member
Nonmember

9

9

10
4
6

225
180
45

235
184
51

81.3
87.2
65.4

4,913
4,152
760

89.7
92.7
76.1

3,899
3,286
613

88.7
91.9
74.7

Illinois
Member
Nonmember

349

341

345
127
218

260
145
115

605
212
333

32.0
34.1
30.6

90,185
78,267
11,919

72.6
82.0
41.4

59,466
49,135
10,331

67.0
77.0
41.4

Indiana
Member .
Nonmember

69

66

67
25
42

449
257
192

516
282
234

32.6
36.4
28.9

13,988
9,297
4,692

40.9
45.3
34.2

10,652
6,765
3,887

38.0
41.8
32.9

Hawaii
Member
Nonmember




4

185

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Number of offices

Assets

Deposits

Banks and branches
State, and class of bank

Number
of
holding
companies5

Number
of
holding
company
groups2-5

Banks

Branches

Total

As a percentage
of all
commercial
banking
offices

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of all
commercial
bank

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of all
commercial
bank
deposits

December 31, 1981, domestic data only
Iowa
Member
Nonmember

284

Kansas
Member
Nonmember

338

Kentucky
Member
Nonmember

44

Louisiana
Member
Nonmember

48

Maine
Member
Nonmember

27

Michigan
Member
Nonmember

44

Minnesota
Member
Nonmember

289

Mississippi
Member
Nonmember

26

6,874

54.5
71.5
59.5

63.9
66.3
61.7

9,579
4,495
5,083

63.1
65.0
61.5

41.3
66.2
10.5

6,524

36.9
60.9
10.8

43.3
57.7
27.0

9,780
3,089

41.2
55.4
26.5

953
1,691

71.9
55.2
86.8

2,138
753
1,384

71.2
54.0
86.2

67.0
80.6
53.9

13,062
7,870

5,192

76.3
85.7
65.4

10,243
5,920
4,323

74.1
83.4
64.3

883
455
428

78.7
77.5
80.0

28,858
21,349
7,509

9.
00
94.1
80.2

20,336
14,082
6,254

88.9
92.6
81.7

1,698
1,312
386

1,897
1,430
467

72.6
78.0
60.0

43,144
37,004

79.7
85.4
57.0

34,298
28,821
5,477

78.2
83.9
57.6

421
161
260

246
145
101

667
306
361

62.2
75.9
53.9

26,487
19,797

82.1
90.8
64.0

20,189
14,257
5,932

79.9
89.2
63.8

25
7
18

219
158
61

244
165
79

27.3
47.3
14.5

4,851

38.1
64.0
13.6

3,826
3,032

35.5
60.6

892

794

13.7

82.1
91.7
71.3

23,288
12,368
10,920

79.7
89.5
70.9

766
243
523

61.6
71.1
58.0

15,536
7,655

334
100
234

218
118
100

552
218
334

61.3
68.6
57.3

11,654

45
15
30

254
209
45

299
224
75

26.2
47.9
11.1

9,062
8,033

49
16
33

317
177
140

366
193
173

32.3
45.1
24.5

12,249

19
6
13

237
90
147

256
96
160

64.8
46.4
85.1

2,644

24
9
15

704
422
282

728
431
297

24

79
44
35

804
411
393

38

199
118
81

13

Massachusetts
Member
Nonmember

12,735

414
154
260

6

Maryland
Member
Nonmember

65.4
72.7
59.6

352
89
263

268

327

44

48

282

26

7,881
5,801
5,853

1,029
8,641
3,608

6,140

6,691
3,959

5,861

5,614
910
6,691

Missouri
Member
Nonmember

198

184

426
103
323

335
103
232

761
206
555

63.6
73.8
60.5

31,237
18,445
12,792

Montana
Member
Nonmember

47

39

95
55
40

43
35
8

138
90
48

64.8
66.2
62.3

4,530

3,414
1,116

79.0
80.5
74.8

3,855
2,865

990

78.3
79.6
74.9

Nebraska
Member
Nonmember

279

279
84
195

277
216
61

556
300
256

71.5
83.1
61.4

10,214
6,880
3,334

79.1
86.9
66.8

8,152
5,199
2,953

77.7
85.3
67.2

Nevada
Member
Nonmember

3

2
2

97
97

99
99

58.9
74.4

2,489
2,489

61.4
72.8

2,124
2,124

61.7
73.2

New Hampshire
Member
Nonmember

10

10

25
18
7

92
63
29

117
81
36

47.2
55.5
35.3

1,840
1,344
496

50.9
66.0
31.4

1,566
1,139
427

50.3
66.1
30.7

New Jersey
Member
Nonmember

18

18

50
35
15

1,006
816
190

1,056
851
205

58.1
62.6
44.9

22,956
19,122
3,834

60.7
65.1
45.4

18,659
15,400
3,258

59.5
63.9
44.9

186




271

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Number of offices

Assets

Deposits

Banks and branches
State, and class of bank

Number
of
holding
companies5

Number
of
holding
company
groups2-5

Branches

Banks

Total

As a percentage
of all
commercial
banking
offices

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of all
commercial
bank
assets

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of all
commercial
bank
deposits

December 31, 1981, domestic data only
New Mexico
Member
Nonmember

24
...
...

23
...
...

47
26
21

180
103
77

227
129
98

65.2
66.2
64.1

4,495
2,967
1,528

66.1
66.1
66.1

3,850
2,532
1,318

66.8
67.3
65.8

New York
Member
Nonmember

70
...
. ...

44
...
...

85
53
32

3,262
2,996
266

3,347
3,049
298

87.8
88.6
80.5

265,558
252,198
13,390

96.8
97.5
85.1

156,488
147,011
9,478

95.8
96.5
86.2

North Carolina
Member .
Nonmember

10
...
...

10
...
...

10
5
5

1,168
747
421

1.178
"752
426

63.5
88.4
42.4

20,857
16,695
4,162

79.5
94.3
48.7

14,714
11,207
3,507

76.1
93.1
48.1

North Dakota
Member
Nonmember

60
...
...

59
...
...

93
22
71

89
40
49

182
62
120

57.6
63.9
54.8

3,466
1,683
1,783

57.0
68.0
49.5

3,032
1,471
1,561

58.7
68.1
51.9

Ohio
Member
Nonmember

31
...
...

30
...
...

114
84
30

1,586
1,405
181

1,700
1,489
211

63.1
65.7
49.3

42,348
39,313
3,035

72.8
75.2
51.3

30,765
28,227
2,538

69.5
72.0
50.0

Oklahoma
Member
Nonmember

258
...
...

249
...
...

251
107
144

220
168
52

471
275
196

58.6
65.0
51.4

20,824
15,644
5,181

74.8
80.7
61.3

17,334
12,744
4,591

73.7
79.4
61.3

Oregon
Member
Nonmember

9

8

...

...

14
5
9

485
361
124

499
366
133

73.0
94.3
44.9

11,861
9,948
1,913

85.4
97.7
51.6

9,210
7,640
1,570

84.1
97.6
50.4

Pennsylvania
Member
Nonmember

33
...
...

33
...
...

35
18
17

1,296
837
459

1,331
855
476

43.9
47.9
38.1

55,803
43,784
12,020

62.3
71.3
42.7

38,546
28,842
9,705

56.9
65.0
41.4

Rhode Island
Member
Nonmember

11
...

11
...
...

11
4
7

220
117
103

231
121
110

91.3
98.4
84.6

7,657
5,609
2,048

9.4
99.8
98.3

5,495
3,857
1,638

99.2
99.7
98.2

South Carolina
Member
Nonmember

5
...
...

5
...
...

5
3
2

400
324
76

405
327
78

47.8
76.9
18.5

4,548
4,022
527

52.3
81.3
14.0

3,567
3,102
465

50.9
80.1
14.9

South Dakota
Member
Nonmember

45
...
...

45
...
...

61
30
31

139
114
25

200
144
56

61.5
77.0
40.6

6,486
5,758
728

81.1
88.5
48.8

5,195
4,547
649

79.4
87.3
48.6

Tennessee
Member
Nonmember

51
...
...

50
...
...

95
32
63

564
338
226

659
370
289

46.5
67.0
33.4

15,155
11,322
3,832

58.2
77.6
33.5

11,861
8,518
3,343

56.1
75.9
33.7

Texas
Member
Nonmember

341
...
...

321
...
...

682
349
333

198
75
123

880
424
456

47.4
50.2
45.1

100,440
77,151
23,289

75.0
80.5
61.2

76,091
55,890
20,201

72.2
77.5
60.7

Utah
Member
Nonmember

22
...
...

22
...
...

33
14
19

292
245
47

325
259
66

83.1
92.2
60.0

6,487
5,463
1,024

87.4
92.5
67.7

5,347
4,461
886

87.5
93.1
67.3

Vermont
Member
Nonmember

5
...
...

5
...
...

6
2
4

63
7
56

69
9
60

34.2
15.3
42.0

909
79
830

36.0
12.6
43.7

804
72
733

36.0
12.7
43.8

Virginia
Member
Nonmember

15
...

13
...
...

66
58
8

1,164
1,066
98

1,230
1,124
106

73.7
80.3
39.3

21,237
19,626
1,611

79.9
84.6
47.7

16,965
15,569
1,396

78.2
83.1
47.2




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C. Details, by state—Continued
Assets

Number of offices

Deposits

Banks and branches
State, and class of bank

Number
of
holding
companies5

Number
of
holding
company
groups2'5

Branches

Banks

As a percentage
of all
commercial
banking
offices

Total

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of all
commercial
bank
assets

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of all
commercial
bank
deposits

December 31, 1981, domestic data only
Washington
Member
Nonmember

,

West Virginia
Member
Nonmember
Wisconsin
Member
Nonmember
Wyoming
Member
Nonmember

9

9

10
9
1

637
637

647
646
1

63.7
93.6
.3

20,472
20,454
18

84.7
97.6
.6

15,923
15,907
16

83.6
97.3
.6

11

11

12
9
3

7
6
1

19
15
4

6.1
8.3
3.1

1,119
979
139

9.9
12.7
3.9

815
688
127

8.8
11.1
4.1

119

116

267
69
198

334
163
171

601
232
369

50.3
63.0
44.6

17,792
10,617
7,175

63.6
76.2
51.1

13,802
7,666
6,137

61.0
72.9
50.6

39

....

38

73
53
20

4
1
3

77
54
23

68.1
69.2
65.7

3,075
2,528
547

81.1
82.1
77.2

2,656
2,175
481

81.0
81.8
77.5

. ..
...

. ..

December 31, 1981, including foreign data
50 states and District of
Columbia —Total . . .
Member
Nonmember

3,7026

3,500

5,689
2,377
3,312

29,074
21,579
7,495

34,763
23,956
10,807

61.8 1,642,229
73.7 1,409,900
45.5 232,328

81.1 1,256,289
88.8 1,058,016
198,273
53.2

79.3
87.4
52.9

26

26

92
49
43

451
366
85

543
415
128

55.1
70.3
32.4

11,809
10,123
1,687

63.1
75.2
32.1

9,575
8,098
1,477

61.2
73.5
31.9

4

3

4
1
3

15
5
10

19
6
13

15.0
7.1
31.0

465
85
381

18.9
5.1
48.3

386
67
319

20.1
5.3
48.5

9

5

5
2
3

452
378
74

457
380
77

73.8
99.2
32.6

11,933
10,273
1,660

81,1
99.8
37.5

9,793
8,382
1,411

80.6
99.8
37.6

48

45

49
22
27

179
115
64

228
137
91

33.2
48.8
22.5

5,389
3,921
1,468

43.8
58.1
26.4

4,288
3,066
1,222

41.6
55.5
25.5

California
Member
Nonmember

77

62

69
15
54

4,203
3,345
858

4,272
3,360
912

85.4
95.7
61.0

248,710
225,356
23,354

94.8
98.8
68.1

197,356
177,245
20,111

94.5
98.7
68.5

Colorado .
Member
Nonmember

132

125

241
137
104

127
87
40

368
224
144

68.4
76.2
59.0

16,173
13,338
2,835

87.4
90.3
75.8

12,853
10,383
2,470

87,2
89.5
78.8

Connecticut
Member
Nonmember

9

9

13
5
8

459
234
225

472
239
233

69.5
72.9
66.4

11,743
7,271
4,472

79.7
85.7
71.4

9,386
5,684
3,702

78.6
85.0
70.3

Delaware .
Member
Nonmember

6

4

4
2
2

35
1
34

39
3
36

23.4
20.0
23.7

933
371
562

21.2
80.9
14.2

346
18
328

11.4
18.6
11.2

District of Columbia
Member
Nonmember

8

6

6
6

140
140

146
146

80.7
82.0

9,202
9,202

93.4
94.0

7,417
7,417

93.1
93.8

82

71

268
135
133

1,195
796
399

1,463
931
532

73.2
84.5
59.4

42,046
30,171
11,875

81.1
89.8
65.0

34,597
24,364
10,233

80.1
89.1
64.5

Alabama
Member
Nonmember
Alaska . .
Member
Nonmember

...

. ..

Arizona
Member
Nonmember
Arkansas
Member
Nonmember

Florida . .
Member
Nonmember

188




...

...

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Number of offices

Assets

Deposits

Banks and branches
State, and class of bank

Number
of
holding
com-

Number
of
holding
company
groups2-5

Banks

Branches

Total

As a percentage
of all
commercial
banking
offices

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of all
commercial
bank
assets

millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of all
commercial
bank
deposits

In

December 31, 1981, including foreign data
Georgia
Member
Nonmember

69
...
...

64
...
...

118
33
85

660
463
197

778
496
282

56.4
79.6
37.3

17,663
14,106
3,557

69.0
87.6
37.5

13,513
10,413
3,101

66.3
86.4
37.3

Hawaii
Member
Nonmember

4
...
...

4
...
...

4
...
4

149
...
149

153
...
153

76.5
....
81.4

5,352
...
5,352

85.9
...
88.3

4,685
...
4,685

85.9
...
88.5

Idaho
Member
Nonmember

9
...
...

9
...
...

10
4
6

225
180
45

235
184
51

81.3
87.2
65.4

4,913
4,152
760

89.7
92.7
76.1

3,899
3,286
613

88.7
91.9
74.7

Illinois
Member
Nonmember

349
...
...

341
...
...

345
127
218

339
224
115

684
351
333

34.8
40.0
30.5

122,558
110,638
11,920

78.0
86-5
40.8

90,414
80,083
10,331

75.2
84.5
40.7

Indiana
Member
Nonmember

69
...
...

66
...
...

67
25
42

454
262
192

521
287
234

32.8
36.8
28.9

14,270
9,579
4,692

41.3
46.0
34.2

10,929
7,042
3,887

38.6
42.7
32.9

Iowa
Member
Nonmember

284
...

268
...

352
89
263

415
155
260

767
244
523

61.6
71.1
58.0

15,569
7,688
7,881

65.4
72.7
59.6

12,808
5,934
6,874

64.6
71.7
59.5

Kansas
Member
Nonmember

338
...
...

327
...
...

334
100
234

218
118
100

552
218
334

61.3
68.6
57.3

11,654
5,801
5,853

63.9
66.3
61.7

9,579
4,495
5,083

63.1
65.0
61.5

Kentucky
Member
Nonmember

44
...
...

44
...
...

45
15
30

256
211
45

301
226
75

26.3
48.1
11.1

9,189
8,160
1,029

41.7
66.5
10.5

6,614
5,704
910

37.2
61.3
10.8

Louisiana
Member
Nonmember

48
...
...

48
...
...

49
16
33

320
180
140

369
196
173

32.5
45.5
24.5

12,340
8,732
3,608

43.4
58.0
27.0

9,871
6,782
3,089

41.4
55.8
26.5

Maine
Member
Nonmember

6
...
...

6
...
...

19
6
13

237
90
147

256
96
160

64.8
46.4
85.1

2,644
953
1,691

71.9
55.2
86.8

2,138
753
1,384

71.2
54.0
86.2

Maryland
Member
Nonmember

13
...
...

9
...
...

24
9
15

710
427
283

734
436
298

67.2
80.7
54.0

13,997
8,804
5,192

77.5
87.0
65.4

11,162
6,828
4,334

75.7
85.3
64.3

Massachusetts
Member
Nonmember

27
...
...

24
...
...

79
44
35

864
471
393

943
515
428

79.8
79.6
80.0

36,713
29,204
7,509

92.0
95.6
80.2

27,387
21,133
6,254

91.5
94.9
81.7

Michigan
Member
Nonmember

44
...
...

38
...
....

199
118
81

1,710
1,324
386

1,909
1,442
467

72.8
78.1
60.1

45,532
39,392
6,140

80.6
86.1
57.0

36,528
31,052
5,477

79.2
84.9
57.6

Minnesota
Member
Nonmember

289
...
...

282
...
...

421
161
260

253
152
101

674
313
361

62.4
76.3
53.9

28,752
22,062
6,690

83.3
91.6
64.0

22,343
16,411
5,932

81.4
90.4
63.8

Mississippi
Member
Nonmember

26
...
...

26
...
...

25
7
18

220
159
61

245
166
79

27.3
47.4
14.5

4,883
3,991
892

38.2
64.2
13.6

3,856
3,062
794

35.7
60.8
13.7

Missouri
Member
Nonmember

198
...
...

184
...
..

426
103
323

341
109
232

767
212
555

63.8
74.4
60.5

31,768
18,977
12,791

82.3
91.9
71.3

23,807
12,887
10,920

80.1
89.9
70.9




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79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Number of offices

Assets

Deposits

Banks and branches

As a percentage
of all
commercial
bank
assets

Number
of
holding
companies5

Number
of
holding
company
groups2'5

Montana
Member
Nonmember

47
...
...

39
...
....

95
55
40

43
35
8

138
90
48

64.8
66.2
62.3

4,530
3,414
1,116

79.0
80.5
74.8

3,855
2,865
990

78.3
79.6
74.9

Nebraska
Member
Nonmember

279
...

271
...

279
84
195

277
216
61

556
300
256

71.5
83.1
61.4

10,214
6,880
3,334

79.1
86.9
66.8

8,151
5,199
2,953

77.7
85.3
67.2

Nevada
Member
Nonmember

3
...
...

2
...
....

2
2
....

97
97

99
99

58.9
74.4

2,489
2,489

61.4
72.8

2,124
2,124

61.7
73.2

New Hampshire
Member
Nonmember

10
...
...

10
...
...

25
18
7

92
63
29

117
81
36

47.2
55.5
35.3

1,840
1,344
496

50.9
66.0
31.4

1,566
1,139
427

50.3
66.1
30.7

New Jersey
Member
Nonmember

18
...
...

18
...
...

50
35
15

1,013
823
190

1,063
858
205

58.3
62.8
44.9

23,386
19,553
3,833

61.2
65.6
45.4

19,065
15,807
3,258

60.0
64.5
44.9

New Mexico
Member
Nonmember

24
...
...

23
...
...

47
26
21

180
103
77

227
129
98

65.2
66.2
64.1

4,495
2,967
1,528

66.1
66.1
66.1

3,850
2,532
1,318

66.8
67.3
65.8

New York
Member
Nonmember

70
...
...

44
...
...

85
53
32

3,751
3,474
277

3,836
3,527
309

89.2
90.0
81.3

474,131
455,937
18,193

98.0
98.4
87.7

346,170
331,439
14,731

97.8
98.2
89.5

North Carolina
Member
Nonmember

10
...
...

10
...
...

10
5
5

1,177
755
422

1,187
760
427

64.1
88.5
43.0

23,739
19,593
4,146

81.5
95.1
48.7

17,424
13,933
3,491

79.1
94.4
48.0

North Dakota
Member
Nonmember

60
...
...

59
...
...

93
22
71

89
40
49

182
62
120

57.6
63.9
54.8

3,466
1,683
1,783

57.0
68.0
49.5

3,032
1,471
1,561

58.7
68.1
51.9

Ohio
Member
Nonmember

31
...
...

30
...
...

114
84
30

1,601
1,420
181

1,715
1,504
211

63.3
65.9
49.3

43,751
40,716
3,035

73.4
75.9
51.3

32,178
29,640
2,538

70.4
73.0
50.0

Oklahoma
Member
Nonmember

258
...
...

249
...
...

251
107
144

224
172
52

475
279
196

58.8
65.3
51.4

20,837
15,657
5,181

74.8
80.7
61.3

17,448
12,,858
4,591

73.8
79.6
61.3

Oregon
Member
Nonmember

9
...
...

8
...
...

14
5
9

489
365
124

503
370
133

73.1
94.4
44.9

11,932
10,019
1,913

85.5
97.7
51.6

9,277
7,707
1,570

84.2
97.6
50.4

Pennsylvania
Member
Nonmember

33
...
...

33
...
...

35
18
17

1,330
869
461

1,365
887
478

44.5
48.8
38.2

63,855
51,702
12,152

65.4
74.6
42.9

46,148
36,312
9,836

61.2
70.1
41.8

11
...
...

11
...
...

11
4
7

223
120
103

234
124
110

95.9
98.4
93.2

7,954
5,906
2,048

99.4
99.8
98.3

5,778
4,140
1,638

99.3
99.7
98.2

South Carolina
Member
Nonmember

5
...
...

5
...
...

5
3
2

402
326
76

407
329
78

47.9
77.0
18.5

4,549
4,022
527

52.3
81.3
14.0

3,567
3,102
465

51.0
80.1
14.9

South Dakota
Member
Nonmember

45
...
...

45
...
...

61
30
31

139
114
25

200
144
56

61.5
77.0
40.6

6,486
5,758
728

81.1
88.5
48.8

5,195
4,547
649

79.4
87.3
48.6

State, and class of bank

Banks

Branches

Total

As a percentage
of all
commerciaJ
banking
offices

In
millions
of
dollars

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of all
commercial
bank
deposits

December 31, 1981, including foreign data

Rhode Island
Member
Nonmember

190




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79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Number of offices

Assets

Deposits

Banks and branches
State, and class of bank

Number
of
holding
companics5

!

Number
of
holding
company
groups2'5

Banks

Branches

As a percentage
of all
commercial
banking
offices

Total

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of all
commercial
bank
assets

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of all
commercial
bank
deposits

December 31, 1981, including foreign data
Tennessee
Member
Nonmember

51

50

95
32
63

569
343
226

664
375
289

46.7
67.3
33.4

15,225
11,393
3,832

58.3
77.7
33.5

11,956
8,613
3,343

56.3
76.1
33.7

Texas
Member
Nonmember

341

321

682
349
333

223
100
123

905
449
456

48.1
51.6
45.1

109,782
86,492
23,289

76.6
82.2
61.2

85,547
65,346
20,201

74.5
80.1
60.7

22

22

33
14
19

293
246
47

326
260
66

83.2
92.2
60.0

6,618
5,594
1,024

87.6
92.6
67.7

5,478
4,592
886

87.8
93.3
67.3

5

6
2
4

63
7
56

69
9
60

34.2
15.3
42.0

909
79
830

36.0
12.6
43.7

804
72
733

36.0
12.7
43.8

Utah
Member
Nonmember . .
Vermont
Member
Nonmember

....
5

Virginia
Member .
Nonmember

15

13

66
58
8

1,170
1,072
98

1,236
1,130
106

73.8
80.4
39.3

21,395
19,784
1,611

80.0
84.7
47.7

17,121
15,725
1,396

78.3
83.2
47.2

Washington
Member
Nonmember

9

9

10
9
1

652
652

662
661
1

64.3
93.8
.3

22,012
21,994
18

85.6
97.7
.6

17,188
17,172
16

84.6
97.5
.6

West Virginia
Member .
Nonmember

11

11

12
9
3

7
6
1

19
15
4

6.1
8.3
3.1

1,119
980
139

9.9
12.7
3.9

815
688
127

8.8
11.1
4.1

Wisconsin .
Member
Nonmember

119

116

267
69
198

339
168
171

606
237
369

50.5
63.5
44.6

18,240
11,065
7,175

64.2
76.9
51.1

14,365
8,229
6,137

61.9
74.3
50.6

Wyoming
Member
Nonmember

39

38

73
53
20

4
1
3

77
54
23

68.1
69.2
65.7

3,075
2,528
547

81.1
82.1
77.2

2,656
2,175
481

81.0
81.8
77.5




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79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state
Number of offices

N

State, and type of
holding company

7f»«
i-^
groups '

TT
b h
K

25

Holding companies
Banks

Branches

Amounts (millions of dollars)
Assets

All commercial banks

Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Deposits

Holding All com- Holding All comcommercial
commercial
banks
panies
panies
banks

December 31, 1981 domestic data only
50 states and District
of ColumbiaTotal
Multibank
One-bank

3,5006
407
3,0934

5,689
2,607
3,082

28,044
14,121
13,923

33,733
16,728
17,005

14,533

40,734

55,267 1,296,671 1,678,323 938,667 1,266,297
678,571
. . . . 481,205
618,100
457,462

Alabama
Multibank
One-bank

L

26
9
17

92
75
17

448
427
21

540
502
38

308

675

983

11,691
11,154
537

18,600

9,460
8,994
465

15,521

Alaska
Multibank
One-bank

S

3
1
2

4
2
2

15
6
9

19
8
11

12

115

127

465
218
247

2,460

386
179
207

1,924

Arizona
Multibank
One-bank

S

5
1
4

5
1
4

448
160
288

453
161
292

32

582

614

11,890
4,098
7,792

14,674

9,763
3,310
6,453

12,123

Arkansas
Multibank
One-bank

L

45
2
43

49
6
43

179
30
149

228
36
192

263

423

686

5,389
1,173
4,216

12,314

4,288
917
3,372

10,318

California
Multibank
One-bank

S

62
12
50

69
20
49

4,026
758
3,268

4,095
778
3,317

320

4,511

4,831

185,812
27,593
158,219

199,391

140,895
20,538
120,358

152,308

U

125
17
108

241
134
107

125
87
38

366
221
145

397

139

536

16,158
13,145
3,014

18,489

12,841
10,216
2,625

14,722

S

9
3
6

13
7
6

451
143
308

464
150
314

57

613

670

11,424
4,121
7,303

14,419

9,069
3,374
5,695

11,628

S

4
2
2

4
2
2

35
28
7

39
30
9

20

147

167

933
846
86

4,403

346
268
78

3,031

S

6
1
5

6
1
5

135
23
112

141
24
117

17

159

176

7,329
691
6,638

7,979

5,500
535
4,965

6,050

S

71
25
46

268
222
46

1,190
857
333

1,458
1,079
379

502

1,490

1,992

41,562
28,454
13,108

51,380

34,122
23,625
10,497

42,713

L

64
19
45

118
73
45

652
553
99

770
626
144

426

946

1,372

17,163
15,356
1,807

25,098

13,034
11,474
1,560

19,898

S

4
1
3

4
1
3

137
14
123

141
15
126

11

177

188

4,952
421
4,531

5,830

4,294
386
3,908

5,061

S

9
3
6

10
4
6

225
128
97

235
132
103

27

262

289

4,913
2,582
2,331

5,477

3,899
2,026
1,873

4,394

U

341
8
333

345
12
333

260
22
238

605
34
571

1,257

632

1,889

90,187
6,444
83,744

124,698

59,466
4,285
55,181

89,205

L

66

67
2
65

449
13
436

516
15
501

405

1,180

1,585

13,988
404
13,584

34,231

10,652
335
10,317

28,016

,

Colorado
Multibank
One-bank
Connecticut
Multibank
One-bank
Delaware
Multibank
One-bank

. ..

District of
Columbia
Multibank
One-bank
Florida
Multibank
One-bank

....

Georgia
Multibank
One-bank

..
...

Hawaii
Multibank
One-bank

......
...

Idaho
Multibank
One-bank
Illinois
Multibank
One-bank
Indiana
Multibank
One-bank

192




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65

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
Type
State, and type of
holding company

Number of offices

N m

*& £5
s

Amounts (millions of dollars)

u b«r

groups2'5

All commercial banks

Holding companies
Banks

Branches

Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Assets

Deposits

Holding
companies

All com- Holding
mercial
combanks
panies

All commercial
banks

December 31, 1981, domestic data only
Iowa
Multibank
One-bank

L

268
17
251

352
103
249

414
229
185

766
332
434

652

592

1,244

15,536
7,695
7,841

23,765

12,734
6,057
6,678

19,754

Kansas
Multibank
One-bank

U

327
10
317

334
17
317

218
41
177

552
58
494

618

283

901

11,654
2,283
9,371

18,231

9,579
1,689
7,890

15,184

Kentucky
Multibank
One-bank

L

44
1
43

45
2
43

254
51
203

299
53
246

344

798

1,142

9,062
2,643
6,418

21,934

6,524
1,831
4,693

17,672

Louisiana
Multibank
One-bank

L

48
1
47

49
2
47

317
5
312

366
7
359

273

860

1,133

12,249
85
12,164

28,310

9,780
76
9,704

23,739

Maine
Multibank
One-bank

S

6
4
2

19
17
2

237
199
38

256
216
40

36

359

395

2,644
2,304
340

3,676

2,138
1,868
269

3,000

Maryland
Multibank
One-bank

S

9
5
4

24
20
4

704
473
231

728
493
235

94

992

1,086

13,062
9,284
3,779

17,122

10,243
7,411
2,832

13,819

Massachusetts
Multibank
One-bank

L

24
12
12

79
67
12

804
688
116

883
755
128

139

983

1,122

28,858
26,718
2,140

32,057

20,336
18,534
1,802

22,867

Michigan
Multibank
One-bank

L

38
21
17

199
182
17

1,698
1,576
122

1,897
1,758
139

375

2,237

2,612

43,144
40,682
2,462

54,117

34,298
32,185
2,113

43,865

Minnesota
Multibank .
One-bank

L

282
13
269

421
152
269

246
150
96

667
302
365

762

311

1,073

26,486
20,318
6,168

32,268

20,189
14,723
5,466

25,281

Mississippi
Multibank
One-bank

L

26

25

219

244

171

724

895

4,851

12,745

3,826

10,779

26

25

219

244

Missouri
Multibank
One-bank . . .

U

184
38
146

426
281
145

335
263
72

761
544
217

730

466

1,196

31,236
27,423
3,813

38,055

23,287
19,977
3,310

29,218

Montana
Multibank
One-bank

U

39
10
29

95
66
29

43
40
3

138
106
32

167

46

213

4,530
3,726
804

5,734

3,855
3,138
717

4,923

Nebraska
Multibank
One-bank

U

271
4
267

279
10
269

277
36
241

556
46
510

460

318

778

10,214
1,172
9,042

12,910

8,151
914
7,238

10,491

Nevada
Multibank
One-bank

S

2
1
1

2
1
1

97
65
32

99
66
33

12

156

168

2,489
1,966
523

4,055

2,124
1,686
438

3,439

New Hampshire
Multibank
One-bank

S

10
4
6

25
19
6

92
65
27

117
84
33

71

177

248

1,840
1,379
461

3,616

1,566
1,186
380

3,113

New Jersey
Multibank
One-bank

S

18
11
7

50
43
7

1,006
851
155

1,056
894
162

161

1,656

1,817

22,955
19,831
3,124

37,801

18,659
16,031
2,628

31,363




4,851

3,826

193

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state-—Continued
Number of offices
Type
State, and type of
holding company

7fber

Amounts (millions of dollars)

N

<-?- comply
"«
groups2"5

All commercial banks

Holding companies
Banks

Branches

Total

B inks

Branches

Assets

Total

Deposits

Holding All com- Holding All comcommercial
commercial
panies
banks
panies
banks

December 31 1981, domestic data only
L

23
5
18

47
30
17

180
120
60

227
150
77

88

260

348

4,495
3,275
1,220

6,801

3,850
2,782
1,068

5,764

S

44
18
26

85
60
25

3,262
1,792
1,470

3,347
1,852
1,495

217

3,595

3,812

266,991
185,304
81,687

275,867

157,406
106,681
50,724

164,205

North Carolina
Multibank
One-bank

S

10
1
9

10
1
9

1,168
186
982

1,178
187
991

71

1,784

1,855

20,842
5,609
15,233

26,219

14,698
3,789
10,909

19,311

North Dakota
Multibank
One-bank

U

59
1
52

93
41
52

89
53
36

182
94
88

179

137

316

3,466
2,238
1,228

6,081

3,032
1,944
1,088

5,167

Ohio
Multibank
One-bank

L

30
16
14

114
100
14

1,586
1,447
139

1,700
1,547
153

380

2.315

2,695

42,348
39,580
2,768

58,164

30,765
28,455
2,310

44,292

Oklahoma
Multibank
One-bank

U

249
3
246

251
5
246

220
2
218

471
7
464

505

299

804

20,824
334
20,491

27,831

17,334
298
17,037

23,529

Oregon
Multibank
One-bank

S

8
5
3

14
11
3

485
458
27

499
469
30

84

600

684

11,861
11,560
301

13,889

9,210
8,944
266

10,946

Pennsylvania
Multibank
One-bank

L

33
4
29

35
6
29

1,296
196
1,100

1,331
202
1,129

353

2,682

3,035

55,803
6,484
49,320

89,591

38,546
4,433
34,114

67,759

Rhode Island
Multibank
One-bank

S

11

11

220

231

14

239

253

7,657

7,706

5,495

5,537

83

764

847

4,548

8,695

3,567

New Mexico
Multibank
One-bank
New York
Multibank
One-bank

....

7,657

5,495

11

11

220

231

South Carolina
Multibank
One-bank

....

S

5
**5

5

400

405

5

400

405

South Dakota
Multibank
One-bank

. ..

S

45
1
38

61
23
38

139
84
55

200
107
93

154

171

325

6,486
5,187
1,299

7,994

5,195
4,046
1,149

6,540

Tennessee
Multibank
One-bank

L

50
12
38

95
57
38

564
431
133

659
488
171

352

1,064

1,416

15,155
12,442
2,712

26,033

11,861
9,604
2,257

21,156

Texas
Multibank
One-bank

U

321
53
268

682
417
265

198
149
49

880
566
314

1,524

331

1,855

100,439
87,948
12,491

133,895

76,091
65,061
11,030

105,372

Utah
Multibank
One-bank

S

22
6
16

33
17
16

292
178
114

325
195
130

66

325

391

6,487
4,124
2,363

7,422

5,347
3,365
1,982

6,109

Vermont
Multibank
One-bank

S

5
1
4

6
2
4

63
29
34

69
31
38

28

174

202

909
421
488

2,523

804
383
422

2,236

Virginia
Multibank
One-bank

S

13
9
4

66
62
4

1,164
574
590

1,230
636
594

224

1 ,445

1,669

21,237
9,196
12,040

26,581

16,965
7,666
9,299

21,704

194




4,548

7,001

3,567

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
Number, of offices
Type

Nuate

State, and type of
holding company
in
bS

25
^ groups
c^y

Holding companies
Branches

Banks

Amounts (millions of dollars)
Assets

All commercial banks

Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Deposits

Holding All com- Holding All comcommercial
commercial
banks
panies
banks
panies

December 31, 1981 domestic data only
Washington
Multibank
One-bank

S

9
2
7

10
3
7

637
165
472

647
168
479

99

916

1,105

20,472
3,223
17,249

24,172

15,923
2,520
13,403

19,056

West Virginia
Multibank
One-bank

U

11

7
2
5

19
4
15

243

66

309

1,119
37
1,082

11,253

815
34
781

9,284

10

12
2
10

Wisconsin
Multibank
One-bank

L

116
29
87

267
181
86

334
271
63

601
452
149

641

554

1,195

17,792
15,390
2,403

27,974

13,802
11,723
2,079

22,632

Wyoming
Multibank
One-bank

U

38
9
29

73
45
28

4
3
1

77
48
29

109

4

113

3,075
2,013
1,061

3,789

2,656
1,710
946

3,279

Statewide
branching
Multibank
One-bank

24

390
123
2674

804
539
265

16,628
7,236
9,392

17,432
7,775
9,657

2,412

21,409

23,821

679,758
328,410
351,348

773,353

477,614
219,818
257,796

556,612

Limited
branching
Multibank
One-bank

16

1,183
162
1,0214

2,054
1,038
1,016

9,640
6,187
3,453

11,694
7,225
4,469

5,932

16,604

22,536

324,010
203,398
120,612

504,002

243,947
152,123
91,824

399,312

11

1,965
160
1,8054

2,831
1,030
1,801

1,776
698
1,078

4,607
1,728
2,879

6,189

2,721

8,910

292,903
146,763
146,140

400,968

217,107
109,265
107,842

310,374

TOTALS BY
STATE-BRANCHING
CLASSIFICATION

Unit banking
Multibank
One -bank

December 31, 1981, including foreign data
50 states and
District of
ColumbiaTotal
Multibank
One-bank

3,5006
407
3,0934

5,6896
2,607
3,082

29,074
14,746
14,328

34,763
17,353
17,410

14,533

41,741

56,274 1,642,229 2,025,014 1,256,289 1,585,021
886,103
. . . 668,967
756,126
. . . 587,322

Alabama
Multibank
One-bank

L

26
9
17

92
75
17

451
430
21

543
505
38

308

677

985

11,809
11,272
537

18,718
...
...

9,575
9,110
465

15,637

Alaska
Multibank
One-bank

S

3
1
2

4
2
2

15
6
9

19
8
11

12

115

127

465
218
247

2,461
...
...

386
179
207

1,924

Arizona
Multibank
One-bank

S

5
1
4

5
1
4

452
161
291

457
162
295

32

587

619

11,933
4,114
7,819

14,716
...
...

9,793
3,325
6,467

12,153

Arkansas
Multibank
One-bank

L

45
2
43

49
6
43

179
30
149

228
36
192

263

423

686

5,389
1,173
4,216

12,314
...
...

4,288
917
3,372

10,318

California
Multibank
One-bank

S

62
12
50

69
20
49

4,203
773
3,430

4,272
793
3,479

320

4,685

5,005

248,710
30,490
218,220

262,406
...
...

1^7,356
23,534
173,822

208,882

Colorado
Multibank
One-bank

U

125
17
108

241
134
107

127
89
38

368
223
145

397

141

538

16,173
13,160
3,014

18,504
...
...

12,853
10,228
2,625

14,734




195

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
Amounts (millions of dollars)

Number of offices
State, and type of
holding company

T\™
^P6
branch-

ing7
*

Number
of
noIdin
com anS

Holding companies

Assets

All commercial banks

Deposits

Py

Banks

S

9
3
6

13
7
6

459
145
314

472
152
320

57

622

679

11,743
4,160
7,584

14,743

9,386
3,412
5,974

11,949

S

4
2
2

4
2
2

35
28
7

39
30
9

20

147

167

933
846
86

4,403

346
268
78

3,031

S

6
1
5

6
1
5

140
24
116

146
25
121

17

164

181

9,202
697
8,505

9,852

7,417
541
6,875

7,966

S

71
25
46

268
222
46

1,195
860
335

1,463
1,082
381

502

1,496

1,998

42,046
28,538
13,508

51,869

34,597
23,708
10,889

43,192

L

64
19
45

118
73
45

660
561
99

778
634
144

426

954

1,380

17,663
15,856
1,807

25,598

13,513
11,953
1,560

20,377

Hawaii
Multibank
One-bank

S

4

149
14
135

153
15
138

11

189

200

5,352
421
4,931

6,231

4,685
386
4,298

5,451

3

4
1
3

Idaho
Multibank
One-bank

S

9
3
6

10
4
6

225
128
97

235
132
103

27

262

289

4,913
2,582
2,331

5,477

3,899
2,026
1,873

4,394

U

341
8
333

345
12
333

339
27
312

684
39
645

1,257

711

1,968

122,558
7,606
114,953

157,069

90,414
5,403
85,011

120,154

groups255
'

Branches

Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Holding All com- Holding All comcommercial
commercial
panies
banks
panies
banks

December 31, 1981, including foreign data
Connecticut
Multibank
One-bank
Delaware
Multibank
One-bank
District of
Columbia
Multibank
One-bank

...
...
. ..
. ..

Florida
Multibank
One-bank
Georgia
Multibank
One-bank

Illinois .
Multibank
One-bank

. ..
. ..

...
. ,.

Indiana
Multibank
One-bank

. ..

L

66
1
65

67
2
65

454
13
441

521
15
506

405

1,185

1,590

14,270
404
13,867

34,514

10,929
335
10,594

28,293

Iowa
Multibank
One-bank

...

L

268
17
251

352
103
249

415
230
185

767
333
434

652

593

1,245

15,569
7,727
7,841

23,798

12,808
6,130
6,678

19,827

U

327
10
317

334
17
317

218
41
177

552
58
494

618

283

901

11,654
2,283
9,371

18,231

9,579
1,689
7,890

15,184

L

44
1
43

45
2
43

256
52
204

301
54
247

344

800

1,144

9,189
2,761
6,428

22,062

6,614
1,911
4,703

17,762

L

48
1
47

49
2
47

320
5
315

369
7
362

273

863

1,136

12,340
85
12,255

28,402

9,871
76
9,795

23,830

S

6
4
2

19
17
2

237
199
38

256
216
40

36

359

395

2,644
2,304
340

3,676

2,138
1,868
269

3,000

S

9
5
4

24
20
4

710
476
234

734
496
238

94

998

1,092

13,997
9,668
4,328

18,057

11,162
7,795
3,367

14,738

L

24
12
12

79
67
12

864
748
116

943
815
128

139

1,043

1,182

36,713
34,573
2,140

39,912

27,387
25,585
1,802

29,918

Kansas
Multibank
One- bank
Kentucky
Multibank
One-bank

...

Louisiana
Multibank
One-bank

. ..
...

Maine
Multibank
One-bank

. .,

Maryland
Multibank
One-bank

. ..
. .*

Massachusetts
Multibank
One-bank

. ..
..

196




79* Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
State, and type of
holding company

Type
of
branching7

Number
of
holding
company
groups2'5

Number of offices

Banks

Branches

Amounts (millions of dollars)

All commercial banks

Holding companies
Total

Banks

Branches

Assets

Total

Deposits

Holding
companies

All commercial
banks

Holding
companies

All commercial
banks

December 31, 1981, including foreign data
Michigan
Multibank
One-bank

L

38
21
17

199
182
17

1,710
1,588
122

1,909
1,770
139

375

2,248

2,623

45,532
43,070
2,462

56,505

36,528
34,416
2,113

46,095

Minnesota
Multibank . . . .
One-bank

L

282
13
269

421
152
269

253
157
96

674
309
365

762

318

1,080

28,752
22,584
6,168

34,534

22,343
16,877
5,466

27,435

Mississippi
Multibank
One-bank

L

26

25

220

245

171

725

896

4,883

12,777

3,856

10,808

26

25

220

245

Missouri
Multibank
One-bank

U

184
38
146

426
281
145

341
269
72

767
550
217

730

472

1,202

31,768
27,955
3,813

38,587

23,807
20,497
3,310

29,738

Montana
Multibank
One-bank

U

39
10
29

95
66
29

43
40
3

138
106
32

167

46

213

4,530
3,726
804

5,734

3,855
3,138
717

4,923

Nebraska
Multibank
One-bank

U

271
4
267

279
10
269

277
36
241

556
46
510

460

318

778

10,214
1,172
9,042

12,910

8,151
914
7,238

10,491

Nevada
Multibank
One-bank

S

2

2

156

168

2,489
1,966
523

4,055

2,124
1,686
438

3,439

1

99
66
33

12

1

97
65
32

New Hampshire
Multibank
One-bank

S

10
4
6

25
19
6

92
65
27

117
84
33

71

177

248

1,840
1,379
461

3,616

1,566
1,186
380

3,113

New Jersey
Multibank
One-bank

S

18
11
7

50
43
7

1,013
857
156

1,063
900
163

161

1,663

1,824

23,386
20.256
3,130

38,232

19,065
16,431
2,634

31,770

New Mexico
Multibank
One-bank

L

23
5
18

47
30
17

180
120
60

227
150
77

88

260

348

4,495
3,275
1,220

6301

3,850
2,782
1,068

5,764

New York
Multibank
One-bank

S

44
18
26

85
60
25

3,751
2,216
1,535

3,836
2,276
1,560

217

4,084

4,301

474,131
359,943
114,188

484,003

346,170
262,552
83,618

353,939

North Carolina
Multibank
One-bank

S

10
1
9

10
1
9

1,177
190
987

1,187
191
996

71

1,782

1,853

23,739
7,202
16,538

29,116

17,424
5,233
12,191

22,036

North Dakota
Multibank
One-bank

U

59
7
52

93
41
52

89
53
36

182
94
88

179

137

316

3,466
2,238
1,228

6,081

3,032
1,944
1,088

5,167

Ohio
Multibank
One-bank

L

30
16
14

114
100
14

1,601
1,462
139

1,715
1,562
153

380

2,330

2,710

43,751
40,982
2,768

59,567

32,178
29,868
2,310

45,706

Oklahoma
Multibank
One-bank

U

249
3
246

251
5
246

224
2
222

475
7
468

505

303

808

20,837
334
20,504

27,844

17,448
298
17,151

23,643

Oregon
Multibank
One-bank

S

8
5
3

14
11
3

489
462
27

503
473
30

84

604

688

11,932
11,632
301

13,960

9,277
9,012
266

11,013




4,883

3,856

197

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
Number of offices

•*s
Type

State, and type of
holding company

7fter

Amounts (millions of dollars)

N

Holding companies
Banks

Branches

All commercial banks

Total

Banks

Branches

Deposits

Assets

Total

Holding
companies

All com- Holding All commercial
commercial
banks
panies
banks

December 31, 1981, including foreign data
Pennsylvania
Multibank
One-bank

L

33
4
29

35
6
29

1,330
201
1,129

1,365
207
1,158

353

2,717

3,070

63,855
7,607
56,248

97,654

46,148
5,524
40,624

75,372

Rhode Island
Multibank
One-bank

S

11

11

223

234

14

230

244

7,954

8,003

5,778

5,819

11

11

223

234

South Carolina
Multibank
One-bank

S

South Dakota
Multibank
One-bank

7,954

83

5

5

402

407

5

5

402

S

45
7
38

61
23
38

139
84
55

200
107
93

154

Tennessee
Multibank
One-bank

L

50
12
38

95
57
38

569
436
133

664
493
171

352

Texas
Multibank

U

321
53
268

682
417
265

223
174
49

905
591
314

1,524

Utah
Multibank
One-bank

S

22
6
16

33
17
16

293
178
115

326
195
131

5
1
4

6
2
4

63
29
34

S

13
9
4

66
62
4

S

9
2
7

West Virginia
Multibank
One-bank

U

Wisconsin
Multibank
One-bank
Wyoming
Multibank
One-bank

766

407

849

4,549

5,778
8,695

3,567

7,002

3,567

4,549
6,486
5,187
1,299

7,994

5,195
4,046
1,149

6,540

1,422

15,225
12,513
2,712

26,103

11,956
9,699
2,257

21,251

356

1,880

109,782
97,290
12,491

143,238

85,547
74,518
11,030

114,828

66

326

392

6,618
4,124
2,494

7,553

5,478
3,365
2,113

6,239

69
31
38

28

174

202

909
421
488

2,523

804
383
422

2,236

1,170
574
596

1,236
636
600

224

1,675

21,395
9,196
12,199

26,739

17,121
7,666
9,455

21,859

10
3
7

652
167
485

662
170
492

99

931

1,030

22,012
3,226
18,786

25,712

17,188
2,523
14,665

20,322

11
1
10

12
2
10

7
2
5

19
4
15

243

66

309

1,119
37
1,082

11,253

815
34
781

9,284

L

116
29
87

267
181
86

339
276
63

606
457
149

641

559

1,200

18,240
15,838
2,403

28,422

14,365
12,286
2,079

23,195

U

38
9
29

73
45
28

4
3
1

77
48
29

109

4

113

3,075
2,013
1,061

3,789

2,656
1,710
946

3,279

24

390
123
2674

804
539
265

17,381
7,701
9,680

18,185
8,240
9,945

2,412

22,139

24,551

959,377 1,054,094 731,920 812,009
381,126
508,569
350,794
450,808

16

1,183
162
1,0214

2,054
1,038
1,016

9,801
6,309
3,492

11,855
7,347
4,508

5,932

16,765

22,697

347,675
219,720
127,956

527,679 266,211 421,587
167,469
98,742

11

1,965
160
1.8054

2,831
1,030
1,801

1,892
736
1,156

4,723
1,766
2,957

6,189

2,837

9,026

335,177
157,814
177,362

443,241 258,157
120,371
137,786

\
S

Vermont
Multibank
One-bank
Virginia
Multibank
One-bank
Multibank
One-bank

171

1,070

1,451

325

TOTALS BY
STATE-BRANCHING
CLASSIFICATION
Statewide
branching
Multibank
One-bank
Limited
branching
Multibank
One-bank
Unit branching
Multibank
One-bank

...

198



351,424

80. Consolidated report of income, 19811
A. All insured commercial banks
Data are consolidated with respect to domestic and foreign offices. Figures are in thousands of dollars.

2 Interest and fees on loans . . .
3 Interest on balances with
depository institutions . .
4 Income on federal funds
sold and securities
purchased under
agreements to resell
in domestic offices
of bank and of its
Edge and Agreement
subsidiaries . .
....
5 Interest on U.S. Treasury
securities and on obligations of other U.S.
government agencies
and corporations
. ..
6 U.S. Treasury securities . .
7 Obligations of other U.S.
government agencies
and corporations . . . .
8 Interest on obligations
of states and political
subdivisions in
United States
9 Income from all other
securities
10 Interest on other
bonds, notes, and
debentures
1 1 Dividends on stock
12 Income from lease financing. .
13 Income from fiduciary
activities
14 Service charges on
deposit accounts
in domestic offices . . . .
15 Other service charges,
commissions, and fees . .
16 Other operating income . . . .
17 Trading income, net . . . .
18 Equity in net income
of unconsolidated
subsidiaries and
associated companies
19 All other




163,176,348

26,234,712

14,798,433

14,884,602

28,838,542

78,420,059

130,883,302

32,293,046

23,935,990

1,077,620

928,974

1,248,781

3,981,251

16,699,364

21,795,177

2,140,813

12,236,179

3,618,584

1,640,349

1,627,125

2,490,519

2,859,602

8,726 448

3 509 731

18,037,659
(2)

6,870,343
(2)

2,971,836
(2)

2,553,961
1,594,%1

2,965,540
1,980,034

2,675,979
1,844,577

11,016405
(2)

7 021 254
(2)

(2)

(2)

959,000

985,506

831,402

(2)

<2>

(2)

9,668,107

2,533,859

1,548,097

1,327,850

2,166,975

2,091,326

6,819,559

2 848 548

1,638,249

171,561

98,447

161,297

208,989

997,955

1 ,333 588

304 661

2
(2 )
()
1,746,433

(
<S)
39,344

<s

47,581

144,091
17,206
147,261

178,100
30,889
287,765

935,259
62,696
1,224,482

(2)
(2)
1,600,970

(2)
(2)
145,463

3 178 956

141,785

264 618

386 330

990,386

1 395,837

2 813 984

364972

3,907,347

1,320,862

602,750

513,343

746,005

724,387

2,492,518

1,414,829

5,300,476
5,115,506
(2)

591,457
346,138
(2)

365,593
194,633
(2)

553,927
274,665
42,761

1,424,462
909,561
335,253

2,364,937
3,390,509
1,296,562

4,502,556
4,620,289
(2)

797,920
495,217
(2)

(2)
()

(2)

507
231 394

13,604
560 715

188,157
1 905 790

(2)

(2)

2

(2)

(2)

(2>

(2)

(2)

(2)

199

80. Consolidated report of income, 19811—Continued
A. All insured commercial banks—Continued
Data are consolidated with respect to domestic and foreign offices. Figures are in thousands of dollars.
Asset size class (millions of dollars)
Item

Total

Member

5,000
and over

Nonmember

0-99
20 Operating expenses, total
21 Salaries and employee
benefits
22 Interest on time CDs of
$100,000 or more
issued by domestic
offices
23 Interest on deposits
in foreign offices
24 Interest on other deposits . . .
25 Expense of federal funds
purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
in domestic offices of
bank and of its
Edge and Agreement
subsidiaries
26 Interest on demand notes
(note balances) issued
to U.S. Treasury and
other borrowed money . .
27 Demand notes (note
balances) issued to
U.S. Treasury
28 Other borrowed money . . .
29 Interest on subordinated
notes and debentures . .
30 Occupancy expense of
bank premises, net,
and furniture and
equipment expense . . . .
31 Occupancy expense of
bank premises, gross .
32 LESS: Rental income . . . .
33 Occupancy expense of
bank premises, net . .
34 Furniture and equipment
expense
35 Provision for possible
loan losses
36 Other operating expenses . . .
37
Minority interest in
consolidated subsidiaries
38
All other
39 Income before income
taxes and securities
gains or losses
40 Applicable income taxes . .
41 Income before securities
gains or losses
42 Securities gains or
losses ( — ), gross . . .
43 Applicable income taxes . .
44 Securities gains or
losses ( — ), net
45 Income before extraordinary
items
46 Extraordinary items,
gross
47 Applicable income taxes . .
48
Extraordinary items, net
of tax effect
49 Net income

200




100-299

300-999

1,000-4,999

227,781,890

37,495,362

21,116,162

21,687,839

41,857,419

27,928,046

5,868,388

3,219,079

3,316,172

5,768,549

9,755,858

20,833,113

7,094,933

39,037,312

4,605,440

3,805,483

4,363,723

8,626,862

17,635,804

30,623,702

8,413,610

1 863
46 695 947
53,248,041 . 19,559,242

18,175
8,962,690

567 641
6,962,370

3,723,657
8,984,466

42 384 61 1
8,779,273

45 838 335
33,856,141

857,612
19,391,900

23,786,207

700,320

1,275,466

2,355,129

6,977,779

12,477,513

21,948,685

1 ,837,522

5,893,768

172,735

182,841

255,835

914,469

4,367,888

5,573,188

320,580

(2)
(2)

(2)
(2)

72,540

142,477
113,358
100,537

369,460
545,009
206,219

508,413
3,859,475
172,497

437,210

173,883

1,028,172

1,115,363

1,791,755

2,908,459

6,401,037

2,165,342

(2)
(2)

611,093

8,566,379

(2)
2
()

3,969,136

(2)
5,054,348
16,960,751

(2)
(2)

59,300

1,722,630

(2)
2

(2)
2

105,625,108 181,902,429

(2)
(2)

(2)
2

166,552

()

518,566

746,356
135,549
610,812

1,196,493
237,672
958,822

1,975,008
260,624
1,714,384

(2)

(2)

504,551

832,933

1,194,075

(2)

519,391
2,131,679

1,115,194
3,748,465

1 ,922,389
5,220,816

3,875,818
12,515,198

()

990,747
3,814,694

(22)
<)

506,627
2,045,097

(22)
<)

201,159,355
4,612,082

5,450,896
1,216,090

2,345,148
384,323

()

3,230,342

45,879,461

(2)
(2)

(2)
(2)

738,794

(2)
1,178,530
4,445,553

578

590

2,131,100

3,747,875

26,416
5,194,400

(2)
(2)

1,991,303
284,516

3,152,678
394,854

7,219,330
2,332,299

14,702,365
3,497,245

5,456,990
1,114,837

(2)
(2)

15,547,302

4,234,842

1,960,820

1,706,786

2,757,823

4,887,031

11,205,152

4,342,150

-1,592,819
-730,888

-336,403
- 130,845

-199,536
-88,753

- 172,359
-79,352

-424,213
- 196,277

-460,308
-235,661

-1,224,489
-582,428

-368,330
-148,460

-861,685

-205,336

-110,756

-93,007

-227,939

-224,647

-641,980

-219,705

14,685,804

4,029,378

1 ,850,062

1,613,772

2,529,884

4,662,384

10,563,129

4,122,351

68,187
12,567

12,430

448

15,876
2,463

24,999
7,270

14,882
2,386

0
0

47,954
11,054

20,233
1.513

55,640

11,998

13,417

17,729

12,496

0

36,906

18,734

14,741,100

4,041,359

1,863,475

1,631,501

2,542,381

4,662,384

10,600,037

4,141,063

80. Consolidated report of income, 19811—Continued
A. All insured commercial banks—Continued
Data are consolidated with respect to domestic and foreign offices. Figures are in thousands of dollars.
Asset size class (millions of dollars)
Item

Member

Nonmember

32,646,059
-5,824

76,775,472
4,118

29,143,426
-9,554

19,255,563
2,542,381

32,640,235
4,662,384

76,779,582
10,600,037

29,133,803
4,141,063

411,977

619,584

299,659

1,383,937

783,591

173,790
32,651

395,881
16,096

506,917
112,667

226,320
73,339

1,024,734
359,203

436,827
346,764

23,700

64,546

158,087

463,150

190,616

655,907

244,192

1,235,111

746,684

725,823

1,212,025

1,900,395

4,427,034

1,393,004

1,936

2,071

5,702

2,601

0

2,854

9,456

-52,953
35,839,546

29,524
85,019,086

31,692
32,931,890

Total
1,000-4,999

5,000
and over

12,167,084
-1,410

19,265,231
-9,668

13,640,156
1,863,475

12,165,674
1,631,501

629,867

206,441

158,653
471,214

0-99
Equity capital account
50 Balance, end of previous
105,918,898
vear
-5,436
51 Adjustments
52 Adjusted balance, end of
105,913,385
previous year
53 Net income or loss ( - ) . . . . 14,741,100
54 Sale, conversion, acquisition or retirement
2,167,528
of capital, net
55 Transactions with own
holding company or
affiliates
1,461,561
705,967
56 Other
57 Changes incident to mergers
900,099
and absorptions, net . . .
58 LESS: Cash dividends declared on common
5,820,038
stock
59 LESS: Cash dividends declared on preferred
12,310
stock
60 Other increases or
61,216
decreases ( ~~ )
61 Balance, end of period . . . . 117,950,976

100-299

300-999

28,210,975
856

13,629,549
10,610

28,211,757
4,041,359

74,030
31,743,663

21,926
15,047,789

12,446
13,648,161

5,767
21,671,817

1,700,113

1,038,286

1,036,423

2,061,270

4,091,121

7,862,811

2,064,402

Allowance for possible
loan losses
62 Balance, end of previous
9,927,213
63 Recoveries credited to
allowance
64 Changes incident to mergers
and absorptions, net ...
65 Provision for possible loan
losses
66 LESS: Losses charged
to allowance
67 Foreign currency translation
adjustment
68 Balance, end of period . . . .

1,532,140

292,432

136,996

144,922

335,562

622,228

1,218,810

313,330

167,679

5,479

6,593

30,619

59,840

65,148

139,756

27,923

5,054,348

990,747

506,627

519,391

1,115,194

1,922,389

3,875,818

1,178,530

5,278,558

1,107,057

547,580

554,753

1,209,678

1,859,490

4,012,024

1,266,534

-26,429
9,058,804

(2)
2,317,506

915,409

766,094

2

2

2

-26,429
11,376,310

()
1,881,633

()
1,140,919

()
1,176,603

4,965
2,367,153

-31,394
4,810,002

1,681,503

930,781

226,753

139,075

38,799

346,095

MEMO
69 Provision for U.S. federal
income taxes
70 Provision for U.S. state and
local income taxes . . . .
71 Provision for foreign
income taxes
72 Total
73 Provision for income
taxes, current
portion
74 Provision for income
taxes, deferred
portion

960,130

154,912

70,880

68,983

106,077

559,278

764,248

195,882

1,252,061
3,893,694

0
1,085,688

343
297,976

4,366
212,429

56,087
200,963

1,191,265
2,096,638

1,246,190
2,925,854

5,871
967,840

75 Number of full-time equivalent employees^
76 Number of banks3

1,489,659
14,402




(2)

(2)

(2)

180,398

136,899

1,981,279

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

32,031

64,067

115,359

(2)

(2)

353,615
12,544

192,760
1,281

193,879
376

308,605
166

440,800
35

1,075,389
5,475

414,270
8,927

201

80. Consolidated report of income, 1981!—Continued
B. Insured commercial banks with foreign offices
Data are consolidated with respect to domestic and foreign offices. Figures are in thousands of dollars for income and the like and in millions, for
assets and liability items.
Asset size class (millions of dollars)
Item

Total
0-999

1,000-4,999

5,000
and over

Member

Nonmember

CONSOLIDATED INCOME STATEMENT
1 Income before income taxes and securities
gains or losses
....
2 Total interest income
3
Total noninterest income
4 Total interest expense
.
5 Total noninterest expense
6 LESS: Income taxes, security gains (losses), and
7 EQUALS* Net income

9,940,512
139,509,802
12,658,750
112,022,933
30,205,106

2,499,873
32,756,053
3,331,212
24,040,388
9,547,002

7,219,330
103,744,285
9,100,152
85,817,586
19,807,522

9,691,975
134,156,070
12,307,067
107,999,090
28,772.071

248,537
5,353,732
351,683
4,023,843
1,433,035

3,087,,065
6,853,446

53,823
167,485

476,296
2,023,577

2,556,946
4,662,384

3,038,736
6,653,239

48,329
200,207

84,491,250
68,816,167
925,353

2,327,722
1,727,704
84,950

27,616,546
21,176,967
460,554

54,546,982
45,911,496
379,849

80,207,553
65,500,371
767,810

4,283,697
3,315,7%
157,543

4,702,271
9,025,344
3,332,127

154,763
345,651
125,807

1,772,341
3,951,178
1,392,970

2,775,167
4,728,515
1,813,350

4,495,693
8,449,340
3,109,767

206,578
576,004
222,360

1,633,560

72,600

736,422

824,538

1,486,324

147,236

3,891,655
168,002
1,022,115

126,130
21,114
14,654

1,731,691
90,095
255,506

2,033,834
56,793
751,955

3,719,057
134,192
994,339

172,598
33,810
27,776

61,953,211

1,551,039

19,968,915

40,433,257

58,813,430

3,139,781

25,143,959
16,072,609

712,591
484,322

6,795,564
6,809,014

17,635,804
8,779,273

23,523,074
14,983,370

1,620,885
1,089,239

18,455,152
338,645
1,942,846

308,097
24,219
21,810

5.735,656
176,196
452,485

12,411,399
138,230
1,468,551

18,116,097
294,548
1,896,341

339,055
44,097
46,505

56,428,626
34,844,928
19,957,638

694,682
221,507
454,939

5,374,854
2,114,858
3,183,184

50,359,090
32,508,563
16,319,515

55,333,291
34,429,980
19,311,470

1,095,335
414,948
646,168

94,970
1,055,453
475,637

....

221,309
3,009,464
227,386
2,164,959
850,582

773
17,463
0

9,762
63,940
3,110

84,435
974,050
472,527

94,533
1,021,671
475,637

437
33,782
0

49,237,014
46,694,232

591,138
585,964

3,769,960
3,723,657

44,875,916
42,384,611

48,374,119
45,838.335

862,895
855,897

85,370
35,351
2,422,061

1
1,084
4,089

19,255
0
27,048

66,114
34,267
2,390,924

85,369
35,278
2,415,137

1
73
6,924

INTEREST INCOME AND INTEREST EXPENSE
Domestic offices
8 Total interest income
9
Interest and fees on loans
10 Interest on balances with depository institutions
1 1 Income on federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell in domestic
offices and Edge and Agreement subsidiaries
12 Interest on bonds, notes, and debentures
13
Interest on U.S. Treasury securities
14
Interest on obligations of other U.S. government
agencies and corporations . .
IS
Interest on obligations of states and political
subdivisions in United States
. ...
16
Interest on other bonds notes and debentures
17 Income from lease financing
....
18 Total interest expense
19 Interest on time certificates of deposit of
$100,000 or more
20 Interest on other deposits . . .
21
Expense of federal funds purchased and securities
sold under agreements to repurchase in domestic
offices and Edge and Agreement subsidiaries
22 Interest on subordinated notes and debentures
23 Interest on other borrowed money .
Foreign offices and Edge and Agreement subsidiaries
24 Total interest income
25
Interest and fees on loans
26
Interest on balances with depository institutions
27
Income on federal funds sold and securities
purchased under agreement to resell in Edge and
Agreement subsidiaries
28 Interest on bonds, notes and debentures
29
Income from lease financing
30 Total interest expense
31
Interest on deposits in foreign offices
32
Expense of federal funds purchased and securities
sold under agreements to repurchase in Edge
33
34

Interest on subordinated notes and debentures
Interest on other borrowed money

202



...

80. Consolidated report of income, 19811—Continued
B. Insured commercial banks with foreign offices—Continued
Data are consolidated with respect to domestic and foreign offices. Figures are in thousands of-dollars for income and the like and in millions, for
assets and liability items.
Asset size class (millions of dollars)
Item

Total
0-999

1,000-4,999

5,000
and over

Member

Nonmember

INCOME ATTRIBUTABLE TO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
(estimated)
35 Pretax income attributable to foreign offices and Edge
and Agreement subsidiaries
36 Pretax income attributable to international business
37 LESS* Coverage adjustment
38 Pretax income attributable to international business
39 LESS: All income taxes attributable to international
business
40 EQUALS: Net income attributable to international
business

3,460,114

3,001,235

3,385,315

74,799

235,715
97,134
572,749

829,254
136,905
3,693,584

1,063,543
231,643
4,217,215

28,430
208
103,021

20,430

247,393

1,653,754

1,883,041

38,536

2,398,659

MEMO
41 Provision for possible loan losses attributable to
international business

434,168

27,004
-2,188
53,903

1,921,577

....

24,711

1,091,973
231,851
4,320,236

33,473

325,356

2,039,830

2,334,174

64,485

566,941

11,241

55,104

500,596

549,809

17,132

Noninterest income allocation
42 Attributable to foreign offices and Edge and
Agreement subsidiaries
43 Attributable to international business

2,192,121
2,760,648

2,589
10,932

59,113
154,737

2,130,419
2,594,979

2,181,755
2,744,399

10,366
16,249

Noninterest expense allocation
44 Attributable to foreign offices and Edge and Agreement
subsidiaries
...
45 Attributable to international business

3,735,553
5,567,051

16,135
21,265

146,193
803,241

3,573,225
4,742,546

3,707,653
4,980,190

27,900
586,861

6,804,752

47,677

451,739

6,305,336

6,733,859

70,893

10,028,379

54,885

1,850,874

8,122,620

9,835,987

192,392

4,113,724

102,096

1,055,900

2,955,728

3,945,605

168,119

33,051
468,046
542,050
95,466

1,125
11,210
15,680
2,392

13,100
142,227
185,402
33,303

18,825
314,607
340,968
59,769

31,678
444,948
511,294
92,100

1,373
23,097
30,755
3,365

122,351
848,721

2,156
21,385

39,868
276,054

80,325
551,282

119,940
808,966

2,410
39,754

208,980
323,917
132,953
394,173

1,447
4,032
2,899
5,290

12,418
27,778
20,287
39,513

195,114
292,107
109,765
349,369

206,695
317,951
129,007
386,478

2,285
5,966
3,946
7,695

190

38

117

35

161

29

Gross intracompany interest adjustments
46 Intracompany interest income attributable to international business
47 Intracompany interest expense attributable to international business . .

.

48 Interest income of domestic offices from foreign
domiciled customers
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
(average for 30 calendar days)
Domestic offices
49 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under
agreements to repurchase
50 Total loans
51 Total deposits
52 Cash and due from depository institutions
53 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under
agreements to repurchase
54 Total assets year-end ,
55
56
57
58

Foreign offices
Total loans
Total deposits
.
Cash and due from depository institutions
Total assets, year-end .

59 Number of banks3




...
...

203

81. Income, expenses, and dividends of member banks, by Federal Reserve District, 19811
A. All member banks
Statements for each bank reflect fully consolidated operations. Figures are in thousands of dollars.
Boston

New York

Philadelphia

6,441,973

64,%2,323

5,236,042

4,067,399
693,775

43,914,029
9,816,336

3,308 166
411,248

245,435

1,689,163

284,869

415,898
228,402
82,596
105,205
191,286
61,925
182,660
167,391

1,798 124
1,306,010
78? 328
680 149
882,868
265 056
1,611,885
2 216 379

518 788
297,990
39 994
18 741
120564
76 311
91 720
67 646

13 Operating expenses, total

6,010,662

60,436,266

4,870,701

14
15
16
17
18

833,980
930 765
1 404,002
848,482

5,403 589
6 515 948
27 706 220
4,911,873

703 708
614 439
476 188
1,595 577

932,035

6,802 977

574 456

228,033
7 004
245,364
105,904
475,091

2 923 519
122 059
1 709 799
1,051,044
3 289 236

122 402
77 521
230560
122,825
353 018

431 312
97,706
333 606
-43,451
-21 471
-21,984
311,619

311,682

4 526 058
1,571 978
2 954 079
-321 409
- 172 169
-149 231
2,804,847
9 698
3 595
6 103
2810 951

365 338
26 239
339 100
-25 188
- 1 1 082
~ 14 108
324,987
12 423
6082
6 341
331 328

2,191,587
-225
2,191,364
311,682
5,070
3,917
1 153
4,404
129 393

20,220,907
-1 390
20,219,517
2 810951
103,893
87 214
16 679
9278
1 131 203

2,544 228
-1 136
2,543 092
331 328
199,545
198 010
1 535
50626
147 686

Item
1 Operating income, total
2 Interest and fees on loans
...
3 Interest on balances with depository institutions . .
4 Income on federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell in
domestic offices of the bank and of its Edge and Agreement subsidiaries . . .
5 Interest on U.S. Treasury securities and on obligations of other U.S. government agencies
and corporations
6 Interest on obligations of states and political subdivisions in United States
7 Income from all other securities
8 Income from lease financing
.
9 Income from fiduciary activities
10 Service charges on deposit accounts in domestic offices
..
1 1 Other service charges, commissions, and fees
12 Other operating income

20
21
22
23

Salaries and employee benefits
.
Interest on time CDs of $100 000 or more issued by domestic offices
Interest on deposits in foreign offices
..
Interest on other deposits .
..
Expense of federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
in domestic offices of bank and of its Edge and Agreement subsidiaries
Interest on demand notes (note balances) issued to U.S. Treasury and other
borrowed money
..
Interest on subordinated notes and debentures
Occupancy expense of bank premises, net and furniture and equipment expense
Provision for possible loan losses
Other operating expenses
...
,

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

Income before income taxes and securities gains or losses
Applicable income taxes
. . .
Income before securities gains or losses
Securities gains or losses ( — ), gross
....
Applicable income taxes
Securities gains or losses ( — ), net . . . .
....
Income before extraordinary items
Extraordinary items, gross . . .
Applicable income taxes
Extraordinary items net of tax effect
Net income
.

....

19

Equity capital account
35 Balance, end of previous year
3 6 Adjustments . . .
...
37 Adjusted balance, end of previous year
38 Net income or loss ( — )
..
39 Sale, conversion, acquisition, or retirement of capital, net
40 Transactions with own holding company or affiliates
41 Other
42 Changes incident to mergers and absorptions net
43 LESS* Cash dividends declared on common stock
44 LESS: Cash dividends declared on preferred stock
45 Other increases or decreases ( — ) . . .
46 Balance, end of period
...
47
48
49
50
51
52
53

Allowance for possible loan losses
Balance, end of previous year
Recoveries credited to allowance
Changes incident to mergers and absorptions, net
Provision for possible loan losses
LESS" Losses charged to allowance
Foreign currency translation adjustment
Balance, end of period . .

54
55
56
57

MFMO
Provision for U.S. federal income taxes
Provision for U S state and local income taxess
Provision for foreign income taxes
Total

58 Number of full-time equivalent employees3
59 Number of banks3

204




. . .

...

....

.

....
....
....

168
105
63

10
466

..
..
.

2 383 579

264903
46 127

2 976 355

105 904
1 14 908
-371
301 887

....

...
.

800
252

2 342 858
365 087
-339
1 051 044
1 017 250
-13 689
2,727 711

273 902
29 582
4 746
122 825
135 208

- 16 837
35 005
58,191
76,360

154 605
463 544
785,237
1,403,385

1 452
4 546
15 259
21,257

42 921

236 872

161

221

39 110

232
.

162
126,660
22 138 931

....

(2)

295 845

212

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St. Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas City

Dallas

San
Francisco

Line

10,270,665

8,691,474

10,562,148

25,354,093

4,702,360

47639
,4,4

7,384,553

12,741,276

35,511,565

1

6,203,325
1,139,992

5,458,679
710,102

6,290,224
573,877

16,537,980
3,024,719

2,853,053
149,469

3,132,794
285,342

4,842,667
67,173

8,622,558
1,033,705

25,652,428
3,889,439

2
3

507,074

561,126

883,524

1,076,299

489,594

242,396

810,151

903,058

1,033,759

4

976,079
642,964
28,046
69,755
202,976
168,002
196,531
135,916

745,635
487,469
15,315
47,455
129,920
201,978
182,568
151,226

1,187,873
650,033
26,989
40,410
168,880
308,246
292,262
139,825

1,766,796
997,770
129,240
93,188
419,779
274,736
555,529
478,057

543,041
253,885
9,546
26,981
63,133
92,076
118,688
102,892

411,020
247,965
9,139
20,291
51,041
72,799
179,151
94,412

679,307
408,840
13,394
22,354
105,759
145,966
163,443
125,497

809,920
642,207
16,662
16,134
156,208
214,681
206,450
119,688

1,163,924
656,024
180,339
460,307
321 ,570
610,742
721,669
821,360

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

9,424,217

79909
,0,7

95942
,0,9

23,974,110

4,305,138

4,365,592

6,450,218

11,227,496

33,419,458

13

1,211,142
1,781,777
802,774
28420
,0,0

1,253,562
992,565
746,114
2,501,117

1,490,708
1,485,543
171,291
3,065,062

2,479,283
4,170,978
4,672,253
5,415,925

562,773
734,826
79,964
1,514,781

497,167
905,043
276,691
1,431,440

900,806
1,500,241
21,623
1,935,820

1,150,498
3,368,542
1,201,178
2,323,911

4,345,897
7,623,035
8,280,037
5,507,953

14
15
16
17

1,317,343

970,663

1,276,248

3,937,047

709,180

459,784

866,557

1,524,207

2,578,188

18

226,423
6,344
369,193
204,926
700,092

142,680
19,161
391,040
169,486
722,693

73,121
21,379
494,693
282,624
1,148,821

578,905
30,955
790,018
491,458
1,407,292

65,065
6,079
189,949
91,053
351,471

114,428
23,106
130,610
121,460
405,866

93,089
17,639
279,220
177,800
657,425

113,150
55,572
326,796
307,205
856,441

892,373
50,391
1,243,795
750,033
2,147,752

19
20
21
22
23

846,445
70,110
776,334
-85,442
-32,994
-52,434
723,895
4,802
445
4,357
728,252

782,396
121,951
660,447
-113,572
-52,793
-60,777
599,665
682
68
614
600,281

1,052,656
176,153
876,512
-135,023
-59,782
-75,220
801,287
3,495
47
3,448
804,735

1,379,981
172,724
1,207,263
-132,956
-60,879
-72,055
1,135,195
5,947
776
5,171
1,140,365

397,221
43,739
353,489
-42,679
-18,561
-24,110
329,383
1,643
-2
1,643
331,026

380,752
57,949
322,805
-63,471
-29,941
-33,522
289,282
406
85
325
289,605

934,323
221,900
712,428
-88,392
-43,484
-44,901
667,518
4,214
-124
4,342
671,860

1,513,775
366,242
1,147,535
-117,892
-51,945
-65,947
1,081,588
4,123
-23
4,146
1,085,736

2,092,108
570,554
1,521,554
-55,014
-27,327
-27,691
1,493,863
353
0
353
1,494,216

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

5,752,482
-2,128
5,750,350
728,252
7,893
6,089
1,804
6,412
358,894
17
1,620
6,135,612

4,372,003
-532
4,371,474
600,281
36,442
25,933
10,509
70,907
242,039
273
-1,210
4,835,581

5,241,222
4,923
5,246,141
804,735
64,898
38,277
26,621
497,139
349,011
258
7,049
6,270,686

10,709,730
-7,450
10,702,283
1,140,365
19,620
13,544
6,076
3,657
516,932
219
1,883
11,350,669

2,565,752
-115
2,565,630
331,026
16,156
6,868
9,288
1,101
118,321
276
2,349
2,797,663

2,270,930
2,007
2,272,942
289,605
261,538
258,455
3,083
-2,427
122,059
37
2,016
2,701,589

3,895,935
-43
3,895,894
671,860
62,352
26,370
35,982
1,970
233,504
335
12,570
4,410,798

5,519,830
10,818
5,530,645
1,085,736
234,343
97,569
136,774
-964
364,589
0
14,391
6,499,561

11,490,866
-611
11,490,250
1,494,216
372,187
262,488
109,699
13,804
713,403
467
-138,522
12,518,062

35
36
37
38
39
40

472,246
76,270
419
204,926
241,083
(2)
512,776

380,172
58,323
7,809
169,486
181,417
(2)
434,373

472,550
95,937
53,185
282,624
319,581
(2)
584,810

1,017,442
130,286
3,236
491,458
509,440
-6,024
1,126,955

202,255
29,255
0
91,053
99,688
2
222,879

180,,848
31,506
41,252
121,460
140,721
(2)
234,316

309,415
52,749
1,427
177,800
179,235
(2)
362,168

499,145
65,454
2,078
307,205
233,151
(2)
640,720

1,447,075
238,234
25,711
750,033
840,342
-6,345
1,614,364

47
48
49
50
51
52
53

17,000
296
20,245
37,541

33,017
22,642
13,549
69,208

95,092
14,087
7,221
116,404

-5,979
27,986
90,620
112,628

20,185
3,287
1,719
25,191

-2,839
25,322
5,596
28,082

154,796
23,492
0
178,286

291,840
1,280
21,163
314,284

173,077
142,761
227,390
543,228

54
55
56
57

67,952
370

74,458
373

94,525
537

124,185
902

33,823
391

26,190
508

49,122
849

61,248
789

224,983
162

58
59




C)

41

42
43
44
45
46

205

81. Income, expenses, and dividends of member banks, by District, 19811—Continued
B. Large banks
Statements for each bank reflect fully consolidated operations. Figures are in thousands of dollars.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

Operating income, total
Interest and fees on loans
Interest on balances with depository institutions
Income on federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell in
domestic offices of bank and of its Edge and Agreement subsidiaries
Interest on Treasury securities and on other U S government obligations
Interest on U S Treasury securities
Interest on obligations of other U S government agencies and corporations
Interest on obligations of states and political subdivisions in United States
Income from all other securities
Interest on other bonds notes and debentures
.
Dividends on stock
Income from lease financing
Income from fiduciary activities
Service charges on deposit accounts in domestic offices
Other service charges commissions and fees
Other operating income
..
Trading income, net
Equity in net income of unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies
All other

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

Operating expenses, total
Salaries and employee benefits
Interest on time CDs of $100 000 or more issued by domestic offices
Interest on deposits in foreign offices
Interest on other deposits
Expense of federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
in domestic offices of bank and of its Edge and Agreement subsidiaries
Interest on demand notes issued to U S Treasury and other borrowed money
Interest on demand notes (note balances) issued to U S Treasury
Interest on other borrowed money
Interest on subordinated notes and debentures
Occupancy expense of bank premises, net, and furniture and equipment expense
Occupancy expense of bank premises gross
LESS* Rental income
Occupancy expense of bank premises net
Furniture and equipment expense
Provision for possible loan losses
Other operating expenses
Minority interest in consolidated subsidiaries
AH other
Income before income taxes and securities gains or losses
Applicable income taxes
Income before securities gains or losses
Securities gains or losses (~~) sross
Applicable income taxes
Securities gains or losses ( — ) net
Income before extraordinary items
Extraordinary items, gross
Applicable income taxes
Extraordinary items, net of tax effect
Net income

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

Allowance for possible loan losses
Balance end of previous year
Recoveries credited to allowance
Changes incident to mergers and absorptions, net
Provision for possible loan losses
LESS" Losses charged to allowance
Foreign currency translation adjustment
Balance end of period

69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76

MEMO
Provision for U.S. federal income taxes
Provision for U S state and local income taxes
Provision for foreign income taxes
Total
Provision for income taxes current portion
Provision for income taxes deferred portion
Number of full-time equivalent employees3
Number of banks3

206

Philadelphia

3,771,521
2,346,815
525 223

57,940,343
39,873,904
8 966 784

2,844,242
1,864,419
265 606

126,671
187,175
151,723
35,452
84 544
74,833
73,420
1,413
79,115
110,799
12,133
113,483
110,730
37,317
2,940
70,473

1,334,972
1 188,959
926,724
262,235
950,711
686,135
652,892
33,243
645,935
783,582
168,142
1 236,977
2,104,241
812,306
140,656
1,151,279

130,970
176 000
62,165
113,835
125 012
16 349
12,171
4 178
17,886
94,317
37 470
65,124
51,089
4,556
1,027
45,506

3,568,638
407,757
552,351
1,330,190
116,661

53,914,997
4 488,909
5,656,059
26,947,576
3,098,580

2,675,564
370,764
411,279
475,790
400,679

584,840
187,204
17 628
169,576
3,005
115,552
76,265
11 083
65,182
50,370
56,094
214,984
-425
215,409
202,883
57,990
144,893
-21,553
-11,905
-9,648
135,245

6070,112
2,759,769
233,952
2 525,817
113,980
1,402,202
998,569
116,958
881,611
520,591
861,241
2,516,569
21,066
2,495,503
4,025,346
1 517,221
2,508,125
-271,429
- 149,430
-121,999
2,386,126

480,990
100,419
29 858
70,561
68,527
120,725
78,400
7 445
70,955
49,770
78,896
167,492

0
0
0

0
0
0

135,245

2,386,126

940,587

..

. ..

. ..
• ••

•. .

Equity capital account
Balance, end of previous year
Adjustments
Adjusted balance, end of previous year
Net income or loss ( — )
Sale conversion, acquisition or retirement of capital net
Transactions with own holding company or affiliates
Other
....
Changes incident to mergers and absorptions net
LESS* Cash dividends declared on common stock
LESS* Cash dividends declared on preferred stock
..
Other increases or decreases ( — )
Balance end of period




New York

16,402,022

Boston

Item

....

...

. ..

...
••

0

0

940,587
135,245

16,402,022
2,386,126
51,920
51,920

0
0
0

0
167,492
168,678
20,373
148,305
-9,067
-4,232
-4,835
143,470
4,882
2,246
2,636
146,106
1,139,645
-1,456
1,138,189
146,106

o

0
0

349
349
0
0

54,804

924,915

77,765

0

0

1 021 028

67,579
17 982,732

o
...

137,032
23,877

...

56,094
60,194
™371
156,438

1 984,595
299,717
18,921
861,241
783,395
- 18,763
2,362,316

180,785

-28,933
18,562
56456
46,085
33,685
12,400
18,432

163,430
433,892
770,469
1,367,791
1 438,059
-70,268
185,453

1,738
1,390
15 259
18,387
22,403
-4,016
17,894

4

14

6

0

....
.
. ..

800
5
1 206,084
167,314
17,709

792
78,896
83,926

(2)

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St. Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas City

Dallas

San
Francisco

Line

6,635,411
4,022,269
983,198

5,187,331
3,333,148
619,659

4,150,185
2,492,718
310,357

17,280,072
11,655,176
2,640,632

2,363,274
1,425,363
116,259

1,747,624
1,118,302
199,851

2,468,741
1,636,978
9,390

6,520,112
4,674,557
805,300

32,127,163
23,392,293
3,701,861

1
2
3

257,618
439,824
246,631
193,193
372,109
18,589
13,255
5,334
51,094
149,409
82,980
148,293
110,028
45,632
798
63,608
6,122,157
715,932
1,450,384
794,663
1,155,259

249,652
269,157
192,514
76,643
262,502
9,736
7,790
1,946
40,102
92,529
103,052
97,672
110,122
58,650
1,020
50,452
47980
,4,9
707,974
714,570
743,822
1,090,168

347,579
350,989
249,314
101,675
228,127
8,967
3,537
5,430
25,196
82,905
103,832
125,965
73,550
30,673
262
42,615
37724
,2,4
559,086
616,829
160,638
838,687

534,164
574,711
407,894
166,817
472,603
76,550
67,743
8,807
75,715
307,589
116,247
425,751
400,934
190,559
13,999
196,376
1,9,8
64072
1,408,228
3,268,871
4,654,014
1,735,734

292,356
133,617
79,386
54,231
109,744
3,954
2,795
1,159
26,265
41,107
38,363
90,467
85,779
43,715
1,026
41,038
2,188,923
281,318
462,388
79,964
394,881

66,449
66,376
43,024
23,352
92,489
1,570
859
711
16,884
39,287
12,945
61,148
72,323
59,428
1,403
11,492
1,658,661
154,692
498,045
276,691
118,153

329,503
134,653
108,523
24,861
108,812
2,549
878
1,653
11,318
64,680
22,645
69,376
78,837
36,828
478
41,509
22624
,3,2
291,880
698,746
21,623
222,758

260,883
162,180
126,085
35,906
278,197
6,523
4,118
2,405
11,032
112,822
26,988
112,224
69,406
19,265
4,357
45,784
58013
,8,9
440,727
1,869,080
1,181,633
464,330

880,780
852,957
493,541
359,416
494,672
171,642
154,530
17,112
429,583
288,717
482,640
657,009
775,009
238,698
27,940
508,371
3,8,9
03995
3,773,485
7,143,680
8,274,237
4,411,986

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

1,081,268
192,260
57,027
135,233
2,293
214,754
138,712
27,429
111,283
103,471
129,651
385,702
0
385,702
513,254
53,564
459,690
-66,153
-23,832
-42,321
417,369
3,596
0
3,596
420,966

687,755
107,244
41,582
65,662
10,540
215,427
136,743
17,764
118,979
96,448
99,051
373,339
0
373,339
437,441
72,979
364,462
-84,609
-39,974
-44,635
319,827
0
0
0
319,827

739,995
40,636
11,877
28,759
11,057
182,265
112,139
25,400
86,739
95,526
108,012
470,038
2
470,036
422,941
80,245
342,696
-55,682
-25,631
-30,051
312,645
2,034
0
2,034
314,679

3,366,860
505,168
117,305
387,863
13,371
440,619
321,336
60,625
260,711
179,908
329,797
768,120
389
767,731
789,290
137,759
651,531
-62,419
-29,670
-32,752
618,779
2,994
140
2,854
621,633

589,798
50,038
24,075
25,963
3,593
101,441
52,478
9,138
43,340
58,101
46,048
179,454
80
179,374
174,351
14,228
160,123
-21,380
- 10,236
-11,144
148,979
1,638
0
1,638
150,617

328,324
88,148
27,396
60,752
10,620
32,645
35,513
16,141
19,372
13,273
42,470
108,873
0
108,873
88,963
-5,399
94,362
-35,714
-16,631
- 19,083
75,279
0
0
0
75,279

544,417
49,023
28,719
20,183
9,301
96,630
56,645
15,265
41,380
54,779
52,852
248,994
14
247,637
232,517
47,077
185,440
-44,742
-21,545
-23,197
162,241
0
0
0
162,241

1,185,780
82,773
40,830
41,943
39,060
103,603
97,140
57,811
39,329
64,191
150,354
362,853
0
362,685
639,919
152,032
487,887
-72,546
-32,927
-39,619
448,268
3,980
0
3,980
452,248

2,307,768
868,284
144,016
724,268
41,866
1,071,073
684,481
81,282
603,199
467,874
667,377
1,830,239
5,696
1,824,543
1,737,168
478,808
1,258,360
-30,091
- 14,927
-15,164
1,243,196
0
0
0
1,243,196

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

3,229,628
-1,488
3,228,140
420,966
0
0
0
-4,805
225,386
0
286
3,419,200

2,219,812
0
2,219,812
319,827
21,321
21,321
0
65,165
122,735
0
-1,598
2,501,792

1,692,061
0
1,692,061
314,679
7,150
6,354
796
303,454
149,614
26
1,857
2,169,561

5,500,416
-7,556
5,492,860
621,633
2,304
791
1,513
0
237,638
46
-4,427
5,874,686

1,029,798
-311
1,029,487
150,617
4,060
0
4,060
0
56,872
12
-246
1,127,034

670,925
-313
670,612
75,279
0
. 0
0
-2,498
35,338
0
0
708,055

1,019,954
-1,175
1,018,779
162,241
5,317
1,687
3,630
480
57,095
0
1,369
1,131,091

2,270,648
-103
2,270,545
452,248
53,609
18,609
35,000
0
182,324
0
-46
2,594,032

9,779,084
-748
9,778,336
1,243,196
231,063
230,109
954
10,037
600,352
0
- 147,020
10,515,260

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61

312,233
51,453
48
129,651
149,555
(2)
343,830

220,234
33,973
6,800
99,051
104,800
(2)
255,258

197,945
43,031
28,768
108,012
124,564
(2)
253,194

662,222
87,745
1,565
329,797
324,834
-6,024
750,471

105,031
15,914
0
46,048
49,754
(2)
117,239

64,694
3,097
-425
42,470
35,221
(2)
74,615

109,032
19,857
1,248
52,852
48,929
(2)
134,060

257,760
24,830
0
150,354
88,025
(2)
344,919

1,292,072
220,364
25,396
667,377
761,705
-6,345
1,437,159

62
63
64
65
66
67
68

9,190
297
20,245
29,732
18,193
11,539
36,691
15

4,530
14,926
13,549
33,005
30,304
2,701
39,594
14

42,765
5,122
6,727
54,614
53,247
1,367
34,379
20

1,178
16,431
90,620
108,229
165,650
-57,421
61,224
24

797
1,476
1,719
3,992
-15,479
19,471
15,733
14

-32,361
4,735
5,596
-22,030
-37,726
15,696
6,696
8

21,135
4,397
0
25,532
-1,910
26,932
14,569
18

99,575
0
19,530
119,105
52,796
66,233
19,857
18

115,013
124,178
224,690
463,881
346,442
117,439
192,926
18

69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76




:

207

81. Income, expenses, and dividends of member banks, by District, 19811—Continued
C. Other-than-large banks
Statements for each bank reflect fully consolidated operations. Figures are in thousands of dollars.
Boston

Item
1 Operating income, total

New York

Philadelphia

2,670,452

7,021,980

2,391,800

2 Interest and fees on loans
3 Interest on balances with depository institutions
4 Income on federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell in
domestic offices of the bank and of its Edge and Agreement subsidiaries
5 Interest on U.S. Treasury securities and on obligations of other U.S. government agencies
and corporations
6 Interest on obligations of states and political subdivisions in United States
7 Income from all other securities .
....
8 Income from lease financing
;
9 Income from fiduciary activities
10 Service charges on deposit accounts in domestic offices
1 1 Other service charges commissions and fees
12 Other operating income

1,720,584
168,552

4,040,125
849,552

1,443,747
145,642

118,764

354,191

153,899

228,723
143,858
7,763
26,090
80,487
49,792
69,177
56,661

609,165
355,299
96,193
34,214
99,286
96,914
374,908
112,138

342,788
172,978
23,645
855
26,247
38,841
26,596
16,557

13 Operating expenses, total

2,442,024

6,521,269

2,195,137

426,223
378,414
73,812
731,821

914,680
859,889
758,644
1,813,293

332,944
203,160
398
1,194,898

347,195

732,865

93,466

40,829
3,999
129,812
49,810
260,107

163,750
8,079
307,597
189,803
772,667

21,983
8,994
109,835
43,929
185,526

228,429
39,716
188,713
-21,898
-9,566
-12,336
176,374
168
105
63
176,437

500,712
54,757
445,954
-49,980
-22,739
-27,232
418,721
9,698
3,595
6,103
424,825

196,660
5,866
190,795
-16,121
-6,850
-9,273
181,517
7,541
3,836
3,705
185,222

1,251,000
-225
1,250,777
176,437
5,070
3,917
1,153
4,404
74,589
10
466
1,362,551

3,818,885
-1,390
3,817,495
424,825
51,973
35,294
16,679
9,278
206,288
162
59,081
4,156,199

1,404,583
320
1,404,903
185,222
199,196
197,661
1,535
50,626
69,921
0
247
1,770,271

14
15
16
17
18

20
21
22
23

Salaries and employee benefits
Interest on time CDs of $100 000 or more issued by domestic offices .
Interest on deposits in foreign offices
Interest on other deposits
Expense of federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
in domestic offices of bank and of its Edge and Agreement subsidiaries
Interest on demand notes (note balances) issued to U.S. Treasury and other
borrowed money
,
Interest on subordinated notes and debentures
Occupancy expense of bank premises, net, and furniture and equipment expense
Provision for possible loan losses
Other operating expenses

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

Income before income taxes and securities gains or losses
Applicable income taxes
Income before securities gains or losses . .
....
Securities gains or losses ( — ), gross
Applicable income taxes
Securities gains or losses ( — ), net
Income before extraordinary items
Extraordinary items, gross
Applicable income taxes
Extraordinary items net of tax effect
Net income
,

35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46

Equity capital account
Balance, end of previous year
Adjustments
Adjusted balance, end of previous year
Net income or loss ( — )
Sale, conversion, acquisition or retirement of capital, net
Transactions with own holding company or affiliates
Other
Changes incident to mergers and absorptions net
LESS; Cash dividends declared on common stock
..
LESS* Cash dividends declared on preferred stock
Other increases or decreases ( — )
Balance, end of period

47
48
49
50
51
52
53

Allowance for possible loan losses
Balance, end of previous year
Recoveries credited to allowance
.
Changes incident to mergers and absorptions net
Provision for possible loan losses
LESS: Losses charged to allowance
Foreign currency translation adjustment
Balance, end of period

127,871
22,250
232
49,810
54,714
(2)
145,449

358,263
65,370
-19,260
189,803
233,855
5,074
365,395

106,588
11,873
3,954
43,929
51,282
(2)
115,060

54
55
56
57

MEMO
Provision for U.S. federal income taxes
Provision for U S. state and local income taxess
Provision for foreign income taxes
Total

12,096
16,443
1,735
30,275

-8,825
29,652
14,768
35,594

-286
3,156
0
2,870

24,489
157

51,419
207

21,216
206

19

58 Number of full-time equivalent employees3
59 Number of banks3

208



...

,

.

...

. ...

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St. Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas City

Dallas

San
Francisco

Line

36524
,3,5

3,504,143

6,411,963

8,074,021

23906
,3,8

2,998,725

4,915,812

6,221,164

3,384,402

1

2,181,056
156,794

2,125,531
9,4
043

3,797,506
263,520

4,882,804
384,087

1,427,690
33,210

2,014,492
85,491

3,205,689
57,783

3,948,001
228,405

2,260,135
187,578

2
3

2946
4,5

311,474

535,945

542,135

197,238

175,947

480,648

642,175

152,979

4

536,255
270,855
9,457
18,661
53,567
85,022
48,238
25,888

476,478
224,967
5,579
7,353
37,391
98,926
84,896
41,104

836,884
421,906
18,022
15,214
85,975
204,414
166,297
66,275

1,192,085
525,167
52,690
17,473
112,190
158,489
129,778
77,123

409,424
144,141
5,592
716
22,026
53,713
28,221
17,113

344,644
155,476
7,569
3,407
11,754
59,854
118,003
22,089

544,654
300,028
10,845
11,036
41,079
123,321
94,067
46,660

6770
4,4
364,010
10,139
5,102
43,386
187,693
94,226
50,282

310,967
161,352
8,697
30,724
32,853
128,102
6,6
460
46,351

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

33200
,0,6

3,159,189

57228
,8,4

74338
,8,2

2,116,215

2,706,931

42394
,1,9

53733
,4,0

30943
,2,6

13

495,210
331,393
8,111
1,648,951

545,588
277,995
2,292
1,410,949

931,622
868,714
10,653
2,226,375

1,071,055
902,107
18,239
3,680,191

281,455
272,438
0
1,119,900

342,475
406,998
0
1,313,287

608,926
801,495
0
1,713,062

709,771
1,499,462
19,545
1,859,581

572,412
479,355
5,800
1,095,967

14
15
16
17

236,075

282,908

536,253

570,187

119,382

131,460

322,140

338,427

270,420

18

34,163
4,051
154,439
75,275
314,390

35,436
8,621
175,613
70,435
349,354

32,485
10,322
312,428
174,612
678,783

73,737
17,584
349,399
161,661
639,172

15,027
2,486
88,508
45,005
172,017

26,280
12,486
97,965
78,990
296,993

44,066
8,338
182,590
124,948
408,431

30,377
16,512
223,193
156,851
493,588

24,089
8,525
172,722
82,656
317,513

19
20
21
22
23

333,191
16,546
316,644
- 19,289
-9,162
-10,113
306,526
1,206
445
761
307,286

344,955
48,972
295,985
-28,963
-12,819
-16,142
279,838
682
68
614
280,454

629,715
95,908
533,816
-79,341
-34,151
-45,169
488,642
1,461
47
1,414
4006
9,5

590,691
34,965
555,732
-70,537
-31,209
-39,303
516,416
2,953
636
2,317
518,732

222,870
29,511
193,366
-21,299
-8,325
- 12,966
180,404
5
-2
5
180,409

291,789
63,348
228,443
-27,757
-13,310
- 14,439
214,003
406
85
325
214,326

701,806
174,823
526,988
-43,650
-21,939
-21,704
505,277
4,214
-124
4,324
509,619

873,856
214,210
659,648
-45,346
-19,018
-26,328
633,320
143
-23
166
633,488

354,940
91,746
263,194
= 24,923
- 12,400
- 12,527
250,667
353
0
353
251,020

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

2,522,854
-640
2,522,210
307,286
7,893
6,089
1,804
11,217
133,508
17
1,334
2,716,412

2,152,191
-532
2,151,662
280,454
15,121
4,612
10,509
5.742
119,304
273
388
2,333,789

3,549,161
4,923
3,554,080
490,056
57,748
31,923
25,825
193,685
199,397
232
5,192
4,101,125

5,209,314
106
5,209,423
518,732
17,316
12,753
4,563
3,657
279,294
173
6,310
5,475,983

1,535,954
196
1,536,143
180,409
12,096
6,868
5,228
1,101
61,449
264
2,595
1,670,629

1,600,005
2,320
1,602,330
214,326
261,538
258,455
3,083
71
86,721
37
2,016
1,993,534

2,875,981
1,132
2,877,115
509,619
57,035
24,683
32,352
1,490
176,409
335
11,201
3,279,707

3,249,182
10,921
3,260,100
633,488
180,734
78,960
101,774
-964
182,265
0
14,437
3,905,529

1,711,782
137
1,711,914
251,020
141,124
32,379
108,745
3,767
113,051
467
8,498
2,002,802

35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46

160,013
24,817
371
75,275
91,528
(2)
168,946

159,938
24,350
1,009
70,435
76,617
(2)
179,115

274,605
52,906
24,417
174,612
195,017
(2)
331,616

355,220
42,541
1,671
161,661
184,606
(2)
376,484

97,224
13,341
0
45,005
49,934
(2)
105,640

116,154
28,409
41,677
78,990
105,500
(2)
159,701

200,383
32,892
179
124,948
130,306
(2)
228,108

241,385
40,624
2,078
156,851
145,126
(2)
295,801

155,003
17,870
315
82,656
78,637
(2)
177,205

47
48
49
50
51
52
53

7,810
-1
0
7,809

28,487
7,716
0
36,203

52,327
8,965
494
61,790

-7,157
11,555
0
4,399

19,388
1,811
0
21,199

29,522
20,587
0
50,112

133,661
19,095
0
152,754

192,265
1,280
1,633
195,179

58,064
18,583
2,700
79,347

54
55
56
57

31,261
355

34,864
359

60,146
517

62,961
878

18,090
377

19,494
500

34,553
831

41,391
771

32,057
144

58
59




209

82. Selected assets and liabilities of minority-owned banks, by size of bank, December 31, 19811
Thousands of dollars, except for number of banks
Account

Asset size (in millions of dollars)

All
size
classes

Under 10

10-24

25-49

50 and over

ASSETS
1 Cash and due from depositories

447,063

15,497

86,840

99,416

245,310

Total securities held
U.S. Treasury
U.S. government agencies and corporations
States and political subdivisions
All others

274,486
288,950
206,478
15,289

12,307
16,029
1,143
390

72,087
65,241
26,912
4,986

66,706
84,056
46,873
1,590

123,386
123,624
131,550
8,323

6 Federal funds sold and securities purchased
under agreements to resell
7 Net loans
8 Lease financing
receivables
9 Bank premises, etc
10 Real estate owned, not bank premises
11 Other assets

425,999
1,623,788
2,800
84,543
12,139
74,254

8,785
49,365
0
4,532
496
2,396

83,502
299,550
0
14,780
1,819
13,330

80,555
414,090
1,832
22,114
2,362
.17,217

253,157
860,783
968
43,117
7,462
41,311

12 Total assets

3,457,636

110,940

669,047

836,811

1,840,838

2
3
4
5

LIABILITIES
Deposits
13 Demand—Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
14 Time and savings—Individuals, partnerships,
and corporations
15 U.S. government
16 States and political subdivisions
17 All other
18 Certified and officers checks

669,794

23,125

141,741

1,600,812
165,927
395,880
30,673
62,885

47,714
4,005
17,646
2%
3,222

292,755
48,596
71,772
7,129
11,996

19 Total deposits
20 Demand
21
Time and savings

2,925,965
975,168
1,950,799

96,007
32,091
63,918

112,962
54,879
9,255
80,412

26 Total liabilities
27 Subordinated notes and debentures

315,185
889,507
64,097
200,854
22,745
32,494

573,984
205,651
368,333

731,092
273,228
457,864

1,524,882
464,198
1,060,684

586
940
204
2,555

11,127
1,811
778
12,543

6,733
6,465
1,560
27,344

94,516
45,663
6,713
37,970

3,184,843

22 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under
agreements to repurchase
23 Treasury note balances and other borrowings
24 Mortgage indebtedness
25 All other liabilities

189,743
370,836
49,229
105,608
503
15,173

100,292

600,243

773,193

1,711,115

11,050

98

3,226

3,644

4,082

4,322
83,883
112,566
52,819

0
7,645
5,794
-2,889

1,408
30,212
26,533
7,425

1,263
20,080
24,503
14,127

1,651
25,946
55,736
34,156

.

EQUITY CAPITAL
28
29
30
31

Preferred stock—Par
Common stock—Par
Surplus
Undivided profits and capital reserves

32 Total equity capital
33 Total liabilities and equity capital
34 Number of banks

210



261,742

10,550

65,578

59,973

125,641

3,457,636

110,940

669,047

836,811

1,840,838

95

14

39

24

18

83. Denominations of U.S. currency in circulation, 1981
Millions of dollars, end of period
Item
1 Total in circulation

...

Mar.

Feb.

Jan.
1

May

Apr.

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec.

131,113 131,862 133,940 134,984 136,460 138,080 138,287 138,534 138,508 138,847 142,683 145,566

2 Coin and small-denomination currency
3 Coin
4
$12
;.
5
$2 .
6
$5
7
$10
8
$20 .

69,400
12 384
3,285

69,631
12 423
3,196

70,572
12 459
3,306

71,197
12 548
3,350

72,636
12 718
3,394

72,121
12 784
3 325

673

72,030
12 626
3,381

72 350
12 838
3 370

72,613
12 877
3 389

72 688
12 918
3 386

75 187
13 004
3 497

76 517
13 084
3 612

672

671

672

673

674

674

674

677

4,299
10,851
38 191

4 372
10,974
38 790

4422
11,028
39 177

4,471
11,117
39 762

4474
4410
1 1 ,224 11,019
40 153 39 909

4422
10 999
40047

680

4455
1 1 ,085
40 133

4 464
11 077
40 169

4 625
11 505
41 879

4 797
11 824
42 520

61 713
13,013
48 342

62,231
13,174
48 700

63 368
13,425
49 587

63 787
13,617
49 814

64,430
13,711
50 363

65 444
13,924
51 164

66 166
14,084
51 726

66 184
14,049
51 779

65 895
13,993
51 547

66 159
14 181
51 624

163
189
2
4

9 Large-denomination
currency . . . .
10 $50
11
$100
12
$500
13 $1 000
14 $5,000 . . . .
15
$10,000

671

4 298
10,856
37 905

162
189
2
4

162
188
2
4

162
188
2
4

162
188
2
4

162
188
2
4

67 496
14 572
52 570

162
188
2
4

162
188
2
4

69 049
14 888
53 807

161
188
2
4

161
187
2
4

161
187
2
4

161
187
2
4

84. Assets of pension funds
A. Totals for private and public funds

B. Types held by private noninsured funds
Book value of all assets other than equities at end of year,
millions of dollars

Book value of all assets other than equities at end of year,
millions of dollars

1980

788,800
480,496
185,714
294,782
308,304
222,097
86,207
84,816
1,391

Type

1980

1981

1 Total financial assets

286,790

294,782

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

1,946
10,289
175,800
30,850
58,070
3,685
6,150

2,038
13,048
167,053
40,476
61,684
3,933
6,550

1981

727,143
452,635
165,845
286,790
274,508
198,085
76,423
73,925
2,498

Type
1 All types
2 Private funds
3
Insured
.
4
Noninsured'
5 Public funds
6
State and local government
7
U S government
8
Civil service2
9
Railroad retirement

674

Demand deposits and currency
Time deposits
Corporate equities
U S government securities
Corporate and foreign bonds
Mortgages
Miscellaneous assets

85. Finance rates on selected types of installment credit1
Percent per annum; not seasonally adjusted
Finance companies

Commercial banks
New
automobiles
(36 mos.)

1981
February
May
August
November

Mobile
homes
(84 mos.)

Other
consumer
goods
(24 mos.)

Personal
loans
(12 mos.)

Creditcard
plans

New

15.84
16.04
16.92
17.36

Month

16.58
17.02
17.89
18.29

17.14
17.48
18.52
19.21

17.34
17.93
19.04
19.57

17.58
17.71
17.78
18.04

15.49
16.07
15.54
16.55

..

Automobiles
Used

Mobile
homes

Other
consumer
goods

Personal
loans

19.37
19.70
20.38
20.48

17.38
17.54
18.28
19.22

20.96
21.00
21.56
22.95

21.42
20.75
21.60
22.94

86. Security credit reported by nonbank lenders subject to margin regulations, June 30, 1981 *
Millions of dollars
Regulation T
Type of credit

1
2
3
4

Margin stock
Convertible bonds
Subscription issues
"Plan lenders"4

5 Total

....




NYSE
members
..

14,975

266
7

Other
brokers
and dealers2

21
0
0

Regulation G

Total

1813

15 177

Total
14,996

266
7
79

15,248

21

15,269

266
7
79

260

15,529

211

87. Detailed debit and credit balances at brokers carrying margin accounts
Millions of dollars, except for number of firms
June 30, 1981
Item

NYSE
member
firms

AMEX
member
firms'

Total

DEBIT BALANCES
1 Cash on hand and in banks
Securities
2
Borrowed
3
Sold, delivery pending (failed to deliver)
4 Net debit balances due from member firms of national securities exchanges . . . .
5 Debit balances due from all other customers, exclusive of general partners
or voting stockholders—Total
6
In stock margin accounts
7
In convertible bond margin accounts
8
In subscription accounts
9
In cash accounts
10 In other (including U.S. government securities)
11 Net debit balances in genera) partners' or voting stockholders' individual
investment and trading accounts
Debit balances
12
In firm investment accounts
13 In firm trading and underwriting accounts
14 Commodity margins on deposit with banks, and commodity guaranty funds
on deposit
:
15 All other debit balances

1,304

1,305
1
2
1

8,676
4,046
2,609

19,512
14,975
266
7
3,159
1,105

25
21
0
0
3
1

19,537
14,996
266
7
3,162
1,106

3,561
23,968

1
3

3,562
23,971

574
29,091

0
3

574
29,094

93,591

16 Total

8,675
4,044
2,608

37

93,628

254

254

CREDIT BALANCES
17 Money borrowed—Total2
From banks and trust companies
18
In New York City
19
Elsewhere in the United States
20
From U.S. agencies of foreign banks
21
From other lenders (not including members of national securities exchanges) . .
Securities
22
Loaned
23
Bought, delivery pending (failed to receive)
24 Net credit balances due to member firms of national securities exchanges
25 Credit balances due to other customers exclusive of general partners or voting
stockholders—Total
26
In free credit balances in cash accounts
27
In free credit balances in margin accounts
28
In credit balances in short accounts
29
In other net credit balances

15,415

15,426

6,151
3,794
1,568
3,902

6,160
3,7%
1,568
3,902

8,792
4,139
1,503

0
3
2

8,792
4,142
1,505

11,781
6,797
1,029
1,804
2,151

10
7
0
0
3

11,791
6,804
1,029
1,804
2,154

30 Credit balances and money borrowed that are subordinated to general creditors
under approved agreements
31 Net credit balances in general partners1 or voting stockholders* individual
investment and trading accounts
32 Credit balances in firm investment and trading accounts
33 Net balances in capital accounts3 and profit and loss accounts and general
partners' or voting stockholders' drawing accounts
34 All other credit balances

134
12,122

0
0

134
12,122

5,076
33,455

6
4

5,082
33,459

35 Total

93,591

37

93,628

32
76
3,166

0
0
9

32
76
3,175

6,305
805
3,624
1,407

0
1
1
0

6,305
806
3,625
1,407

43 Total

15,415

11

15,426

44 Amount to be repaid for securities sold under repurchase agreements
45 Number of firms

35,702
168

0
4

35,702
172

36
37
38
39
40
41
42

MEMO
Money borrowed, according to collateral
Secured by customers' collateral
Entirely by obligations of U.S. government or its agencies
Entirely by bonds other than convertible bonds and U.S. government securities
By nonexempt securities or mixed collateral
Secured by firm or general partners or voting stockholders' collateral
Entirely by obligations of U.S. government or its agencies
Entirely by bonds other than convertible bonds and U.S. government securities
By nonexempt securities or mixed collateral
Unsecured borrowing other than subordinated to general creditors

212



1,174

1,175

88. Commitments of life insurance companies for income-property mortgages1
Averages2

Total
Period

1979
1980

Number
of loans

....

2,637

1981
January
Pebruary
March
..
April
May
...
, y
June
July
August . . . . ,
September
October
November . .
December




... .

....

Loan
amount
(thousands
of dollars)

Contract
interest
rate
(percent)

Maturity
(years/
months)

Loanto-value
ratio
(percent)

Capitalization rate
(percent)

Debt
coverage
ratio

Percent
constant

656
....

committed
(millions
of
dollars)
10 765.5
4 180 3

4,801
6,372

10.36
1269

21/5
18/6

74.1
73 3

10.5
12 1

1.25
1 27

11 2
13 1

493
27
62
66
55
32
57
39
15
53
31
22
34

3,262.3
139.7
330 8
222.4
5246
233.9
447.9
197.8
70.9
647.4
182.4
164.7
99.8

6,409
5,172
5,336
3,369
9,538
7,310
7,859
5,073
4,725
12,215
5,884
7,488
2,936

14.44
13.78
13 93
13.93
14 17
14.76
14.12
14.56
14.74
14.34
14.72
14.88
15.29

15/6
15/4
14/8
13/7
17/8
11/8
20/11
12/10
15/0
21/1
16/9
13/5
11/1

70.0
73.5
72.5
71.7
68 8
67.8
69.8
70.6
70.8
72.2
70.0
66.5
65.6

13.1
13.3
13 3
12.2
12.7
13.3
13.0
13.2
13.0
13.0
13.5
13.5
13.3

1.31
1.31
1 34
1.29
I 28
1.30
1.29
1.33
1.23
1.26
1.30
1.45
1.30

14.7
14 2
14 2
14.1

144
15.0
14.3
14.9
15.2
14.4
15.0
15.1
15.5

213

Part 3—Notes to Tables




Notes to Tables

Part 1—Regular Tables
TABLE 1
1. Unless otherwise noted, rates of change are calculated from
average amounts outstanding in preceding month or quarter. Growth
rates for member bank reserves are adjusted for discontinuities in
series that result from changes in Regulations D and M.
2. Monetary base includes reserve balances at Federal Reserve
Banks in the current week plus vault cash held two weeks earlier
used to satisfy reserve requirements at all depository institutions
plus currency outside the U.S. Treasury, Federal Reserve Banks,
the vaults of depository institutions, and surplus vault cash at depository institutions.
3. Ml: Averages of daily figures for (1) currency outside the
Treasury, Federal Reserve Banks, and the vaults of commercial
banks; (2) traveler's checks of nonbank issuers; (3) demand deposits at all commercial banks other than those due to domestic
banks, the U.S. government, and foreign banks and official institutions less cash items in the process of collection and Federal
Reserve float; and (4) negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) and
automatic transfer service (ATS) accounts at banks and thrift institutions, credit union share draft (CUSD) accounts, and demand
deposits at mutual savings banks.
M2: Ml plus savings and small-denomination time deposits at
all depository institutions, overnight repurchase agreements (RPs)
at commercial banks, overnight Eurodollars held by U.S. residents
other than banks at Caribbean branches of member banks, and
balances of money market mutual funds (general purpose and broker/dealer).
M3: M2 plus large-denomination time deposits at all depository
institutions and term RPs at commercial banks and savings and
loan associations and balances of institution-only money market
mutual funds.
L: M3 plus other liquid assets such as term Eurodollars held
by U.S. residents other than banks, bankers acceptances, commercial paper, Treasury bills and other liquid Treasury securities,
and U.S. savings bonds.
4. Savings deposits exclude NOW and ATS accounts at commercial banks and thrift institutions and CUSD accounts at credit
unions.
5. Small-denomination time deposits—including retail RPs—
are those issued in amounts of less than $100,000.
6. Large-denomination time deposits are those issued in amounts
of $100,000 or more.
7. Savings and loan associations, mutual savings banks, and
credit unions.
8. Changes calculated from figures shown in table 15. Rates
for December 1981 and 1981 Q4 reflect shifts of foreign loans and
securities from U.S. banking offices to international banking facilities.




9. Averages of daily effective rates (average of the rates on a
given date weighted by the volume of transactions at those rates).
10. Rate for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
11. Quoted on a bank-discount basis.
12. Unweighted average of offering rates quoted by at least five
dealers.
13. Market yields adjusted to a 20-year maturity by the U.S.
Treasury.
14. Bond Buyer series for 20 issues of mixed quality.
15. Weighted averages of new publicly offered bonds rated Aaa,
Aa, and A by Moody's Investors Service and adjusted to an Aaa
basis. Federal Reserve compilations.
16. Average rates on new commitments for conventional first
mortgages on new homes in primary markets, unweighted and
rounded to nearest 5 basis points, from U.S. Department of Housing
and Urban Development.
A
Annual, monthly, and weekly averages of interest rates for
1981 are shown in table 26.

TABLE 2
1. Includes securities loaned—securities fully guaranteed by the
U.S. government pledged with Federal Reserve Banks—and excludes any securities sold and scheduled to be bought back under
matched sale-purchase transactions.
2. Amounts of currency and coin held as reserves are shown in
table 3, line 3 plus line 4.
3. As of August 13, 1981, excludes required clearing balances
of all depository institutions.

TABLE 3
1. As of August 13, 1981, excludes required clearing balances
of all depository institutions.
2. Total vault cash at institutions without required reserve balances less vault cash equal to their required reserves.
3. Adjusted to include waivers of penalties for reserve deficiencies in accordance with Board policy of permitting transitional relief
on a graduated basis over a 24-month period when a nonmember
bank merges into an existing member bank, or when a nonmember
bank joins the Federal Reserve System.
4. Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks plus vault cash
at institutions with required reserve balances plus vault cash equal
to required reserves at other institutions.
5. Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks plus vault cash
used to satisfy reserve requirements less required reserves. (This

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measure of excess reserves is comparable to the old excess reserve
concept published historically.)

TABLE 4
1. Daily average borrowings in immediately available funds of
121 large member banks (banks with assets of $1 billion or more
as of December 31, 1977) disaggregated by lender and term to
maturity.
Immediately available funds are those that borrowing banks receive the same day that the transfer of these funds is initiated.
Unsecured borrowings in immediately available funds—federal
funds—are acquired mainly from commercial banks and, to a lesser
extent, from other depository institutions and federal agencies. Other
borrowings in immediately available funds are principally sales of
U.S. Treasury and federal agency obligations under an agreement
to repurchase—security repurchase agreements—and are obtained
from a much wider range of customers, including nonbank securities
dealers, nonfinancial corporations, and state and local governments.
There is also a small amount of borrowing in immediately available
funds in the form of promissory notes, repurchase agreements involving other assets, due bills, and certain other obligations.
Borrowings of immediately available funds may have a specified
term to maturity—as short as one business day—or may be made
under continuing contract. Transactions under continuing contract
remain in effect until terminated, without any requirement of prior
notice by either borrower or lender. Information is provided on two
maturity categories: one day plus continuing contract borrowings,
and all other maturities.
Data (averages of daily figures in millions of dollars) for December 31, 1980, are revised as follows:
One day and continuing contract
Commercial banks in United States
Other depository institutions, foreign banks and foreign
official institutions, and U.S. government agencies
All other

45,871
13,843
14,595

Alt other maturities
Commercial banks in United States
All other

5,268
13,850

MEMO; Federal funds and resale agreement loans
in maturities of one day or continuing contract
Commercial banks in United States
Nonbank securities dealers

15,500
2,766

TABLE 5
1. Rate applied to discounts of eligible paper and advances secured to the satisfaction of the Federal Reserve Bank pursuant to
section 201.4(b) of Regulation A, Adjustment credit is extended
to assist an institution in meeting temporary requirements for funds
or to cushion more persistent outflows of funds pending an orderly
adjustment of an institution's assets and liabilities. (See section
201,3(a) of Regulation A.)
In most of 1981, the Federal Reserve applied a surcharge to
short-term adjustment credit borrowings by institutions with deposits of $500 million or more that had borrowed in successive
weeks or in more than 4 weeks in a calendar quarter. A 3 percent
surcharge was in effect on January 1, 1981, and was raised to 4
percent on May 5. The surcharge was reduced to 3 percent effective
September 22 and to 2 percent effective October 12. As of October 1, 1981, the formula for applying the surcharge was changed
from a calendar quarter to a moving 13-week period. The surcharge
was eliminated on November 17, 1981.
2. Seasonal credit is advanced to assist smaller depository institutions in meeting regular needs for funds arising from expected
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patterns of movement in deposits and loans. (See section 201.3(b)(l)
of Regulation A.)
3, Rate applicable to advances when exceptional circumstances
or practices involve only a particular depository institution and to
advances when an institution is under sustained liquidity pressures.
(See section 201.3(b)(2) of Regulation A.) A modification in the
rate structure for these advances occurred with the late Augustearly September rate change. The current structure applies the basic
rate to the first 60 days of borrowing and adds on a 1 percentage
point surcharge for the next 90 days; the surcharge increases to 2
percentage points thereafter. The previous structure had applied a
constant 1 percentage point surcharge.

TABLE 6
1. Required reserves must be held in the form of deposits with
Federal Reserve Banks or vault cash. After implementation of the
Monetary Control Act, nonmembers may maintain reserves on a
pass-through basis with certain approved institutions. For changes
in reserve requirements beginning 1963, see Board's ANNUAL STATISTICAL DIGEST, 1971-1975 and for earlier changes, see Board's
Annual Report 1976, table 13. Under provisions of the Monetary
Control Act, depository institutions include commercial banks, mutual savings banks, savings and loan associations, credit unions,
agencies and branches of foreign banks, and Edge Act corporations.
2. Requirement schedules are graduated, and each deposit interval applies to that part of the deposits of each bank. Demand
deposits subject to reserve requirements are gross demand deposits
minus cash items in process of collection and demand balances due
from domestic banks.
The Federal Reserve Act as amended through 1978 specified
different ranges of requirements for reserve city banks and for other
banks. Reserve cities were designated under a criterion adopted
effective November 9, 1972, by which a bank having net demand
deposits of more than $400 million was considered to have the
character of business of a reserve city bank. The presence of the
head office of such a bank constituted designation of that place as
a reserve city. Cities in which there were Federal Reserve Banks
or branches were also reserve cities. Any banks having net demand
deposits of $400 million or less were considered to have the character of business of banks outside of reserve cities and were permitted to maintain reserves at ratios set for banks not in reserve
cities.
Effective August 24, 1978, the Regulation M reserve requirements on net balances due from domestic banks to their foreign
branches and on deposits that foreign branches lend to U.S. residents were reduced to zero from 4 percent and 1 percent respectively. The Regulation D reserve requirement on borrowings from
unrelated banks abroad was also reduced to zero from 4 percent.
Effective with the reserve computation period beginning November 16, 1978, domestic deposits of Edge corporations were subject
to the same reserve requirements as deposits of member banks.
3. Negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts and time
deposits such as Christmas and vacation club accounts are subject
to the same requirements as savings deposits.
The average reserve requirement on savings and other time deposits before implementation of the Monetary Control Act had to
be at least 3 percent, the minimum specified by law.
4. Effective November 2, 1978, a supplementary reserve requirement of 2 percent was imposed on large time deposits of
$100,000 or more, obligations of affiliates, and ineligible acceptances. This supplementary requirement was eliminated with the
maintenance period beginning July 24, 1980.
Effective with the reserve maintenance period beginning October
25, 1979, a marginal reserve requirement of 8 percent was added
to managed liabilities in excess of a base amount. This marginal
requirement was increased to 10 percent beginning April 3, 1980,

was decreased to 5 percent beginning June 12, 1980, and was
reduced to zero beginning July 24, 1980. Managed liabilities are
defined as large time deposits, Eurodollar borrowings, repurchase
agreements against U.S. government and federal agency securities,
federal funds borrowings from nonmember institutions, and certain
other obligations. In general, the base for the marginal reserve
requirement was originally the greater of (1) $100 million or (2) the
average amount of the managed liabilities held by a member bank,
Edge corporation, or family of U.S. branches and agencies of a
foreign bank for the two statement weeks ending September 26,
1979. For the computation period beginning March 20, 1980, the
base was lowered by (1) 7 percent or (2) the decrease in an institution's U.S. office gross loans to foreigners and gross balances
due from foreign offices of other institutions between the base
period (September 13-26, 1979) and the week ending March 12,
1980, whichever was greater. For the computation period beginning
May 29, 1980, the base was increased 7V/2 percent above the base
used to calculate the marginal reserve in the statement week of
May 14-21, 1980. In addition, beginning March 19, 1980, the
base was reduced to the extent that foreign loans and balances
declined.
5. For existing nonmember banks and thrift institutions at the
time of implementation of the Monetary Control Act, the phase-in
period ends September 3, 1987. For existing member banks, the
phase-in period is about three years, depending on whether their
new reserve requirements are greater or less than the old requirements. For existing agencies and branches of foreign banks, the
phase-in ends August 12, 1982. All new institutions will have a
two-year phase-in beginning with the date that they open for business, except for those institutions having total reservable liabilities
of $50 million or more.
6. Transaction accounts include all deposits on which the account holder is permitted to make withdrawals by negotiable or
transferable instruments, payment orders of withdrawal, and telephone and preauthorized transfers (in excess of three per month)
for the purpose of making payments to third persons or others. In
compliance with the Monetary Control Act, effective December
31, 1981, the Board changed the boundary of the interval on which
the 3 percent requirement applies from $25 million to $26 million.
7. In general, nonpersonal time deposits are time deposits, including savings deposits, that are not transaction accounts and in
which the beneficial interest is held by a depositor that is not a
natural person. Also included are certain transferable time deposits
held by natural persons and certain obligations issued to depository
institution offices located outside the United States. For details, see
section 204.2 of Regulation D.

TABLE 7
1. Regulations G, T, and U of the Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System, prescribed in accordance with the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, limit the amount of credit to purchase
and carry margin stocks that may be extended on securities as
collateral by prescribing a maximum loan value, which is a specified
percentage of the market value of the collateral at the time the credit
is extended. Margin requirements are the difference between the
market value (100 percent) and the maximum loan value. The term
"margin stocks" is defined in the corresponding regulation.
Special margin requirements for bonds convertible into stocks
were adopted by the Board of Governors effective March 11, 1968.
2. The margin is expressed as a percent of the market value of
the stock underlying the option.

TABLE 8
1. Before March 31, 1980, the maximum rates that could be
paid by federally insured commercial banks, mutual savings banks,




and savings and loan associations were established by the Board
of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Board of Directors
of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and the Federal Home
Loan Bank Board under the provisions of 12 CFR 217, 329, and
526 respectively. Title II of the Depository Institutions Deregulation
and Monetary Control Act of 1980 (P.L. 96-221) transferred the
authority of the agencies to establish maximum rates of interest
payable on deposits to the Depository Institutions Deregulation
Committee. The maximum rates on time deposits in denominations
of $100,000 or more with maturities of 30-89 days were suspended
in June 1970; such deposits maturing in 90 days or more were
suspended in May 1973. For information regarding previous interest
rate ceilings on all types of accounts, see the Federal Reserve
Bulletin, the Federal Loan Bank Board Journal, and the Annual
Report of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
2. July 1, 1973, for mutual savings banks; July 6, 1973, for
savings and loan associations.
3. For authorized states only, federally insured commercial banks,
savings and loan associations, cooperative banks, and mutual savings banks in Massachusetts and New Hampshire were first permitted to offer negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts on
January 1, 1974. Authorization to issue NOW accounts was extended to similar institutions throughout New England on February
27, 1976, in New York State on November 10, 1978, and in New
Jersey on December 28, 1979. Authorization to issue NOW accounts was extended to similar institutions nationwide effective
December 31, 1980.
4. For exceptions with respect to certain foreign time deposits
see Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 48 (October 1962), page 1279,
vol. 51 (August 1965), page 1084, and vol. 54 (February 1968),
page 167.
5. Effective November 10, 1980, the minimum notice period
for public unit accounts at savings and loan associations was decreased to 14 days and the minimum maturity period for time
deposits at savings and loan associations in excess of $100,000 was
decreased to 14 days. Effective October 30, 1980, the minimum
maturity or notice period for time deposits was decreased from 30
days to 14 days for mutual savings banks.
6. Effective October 30, 1980, the minimum maturity or notice
period for time deposits was decreased from 30 days to 14 days
for commercial banks.
7. No separate account category.
8. No minimum denomination. Until July 1, 1979, a minimum
of $1,000 was required for savings and loan associations, except
in areas where mutual savings banks permitted lower minimum
denominations. This restriction was removed for deposits maturing
in less than 1 year, effective November 1, 1973.
9. No minimum denomination. Until July 1, 1979, the minimum
denomination was $1,000 except for deposits representing funds
contributed to an individual retirement account (IRA) or a Keogh
(H.R. 10) plan established pursuant to the Internal Revenue Code.
The $1,000 minimum requirement was removed for such accounts
in December 1975 and November 1976 respectively.
10. Between July 1, 1973, and October 31, 1973, certificates
maturing in four years or more with minimum denominations of
$1,000 had no ceiling; however, the amount of such certificates
that an institution could issue was limited to 5 percent of its total
time and savings deposits. Sales in excess of that amount, as well
as certificates of less than $1,000, were limited to the 6'/2 percent
ceiling on time deposits maturing in two and one-half years or
more. Effective November 1, 1973, ceilings were reimposed on
certificates maturing in four years or more with minimum denomination of $1,000. There is no limitation on the amount of these
certificates that banks can issue.
11. Accounts subject to fixed-rate ceilings. See note 9 for minimum denomination requirements.
12. Effective January 1, 1980, commercial banks are permitted
to pay the same rate as thrift institutions on IRA and Keogh accounts
and accounts of governmental units when such deposits are placed
in the new 2V2-year or more variable-ceiling certificates or in 26-

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week money market certificates regardless of the level of the Treasury bill rate.
13. These deposits must have a maturity of exactly 26 weeks
and a minimum denomination of $10,000, and must be nonnegotiable.
14. Commercial banks, savings and loan associations, and mutual savings banks were authorized to offer money market time
deposits effective June 1, 1978.
These deposits have a minimum denomination requirement of
$10,000 and a maturity of 26 weeks. The ceiling rate of interest
on these deposits is indexed to the discount rate (auction average)
on most recently issued 26-week U.S. Treasury bills. Interest on
these certificates may not be compounded. Effective for all 6-month
money market certificates issued beginning November 1, 1981,
depository institutions may pay rates of interest on these deposits
indexed to the higher of (1) the rate for 26-week Treasury bills
established immediately before the date of deposit (bill rate) or
(2) the average of the four rates for 26-week Treasury bills established for the 4 weeks immediately before the date of deposit (4week average bill rate). Rate ceilings are determined as follows:
Bill rate or 4-week
average bill rate
7.50 per cent or below
Above 7.50 per cent

8.50 per cent or above, but
below 8.75 per cent
8.75 per cent or above

7.75 per cent
V4 of 1 percentage point plus the
higher of the bill rate or 4-week
average bill rate
7.75 per cent
V2 of 1 percentage point plus the
higher of the bill rate or 4-week
average bill rate
9 per cent
l

/4 of 1 percentage point plus the
higher of the bill rate or 4-week
average bill rate

15. Effective October 1, 1981, depository institutions were authorized to issue all savers certificates (ASCs) with a 1-year maturity
and an annual investment yield equal to 70 percent of the average
investment yield for 52-week U.S. Treasury bills as determined by
the auction of 52-week Treasury bills held immediately before the
calendar week in which the certificate is issued. A maximum lifetime
exclusion of $1,000 ($2,000 on a joint return) from gross income
is generally authorized for interest income from ASCs.
16. Effective August 1, 1981, commercial banks may pay interest
on any variable ceiling nonnegotiable time deposit with an original
maturity of 2Vz years to less than 4 years at a rate not to exceed
'/4 of 1 percent below the average 2'/2-year yield for U.S. Treasury
securities as determined and announced by the Treasury Department
immediately before the date of deposit. Thrift institutions may pay
interest on these certificates at a rate not to exceed the average 2'/2year yield for Treasury securities as determined and announced by
the Treasury Department immediately before the date of deposit. If
the announced average 2'/2-year yield for Treasury securities is less
than 9.50 percent, commercial banks may pay 9.25 percent and thrift
institutions 9.50 percent for these deposits. These deposits have no
required minimum denomination, and interest may be compounded
on them. The ceiling rates of interest at which |hey may be offered
vary biweekly.
17. Between January 1, 1980, and August 1, 1981, commercial
banks and thrift institutions were authorized to offer variable ceiling
nonnegotiable time deposits with no required minimum denomination
and with maturities of 2 J /2 years or more. Effective January 1, 1980,
the maximum rate for commercial banks was 3/4 percentage point
below the average yield on 2l/2-year U.S. Treasury securities; the
ceiling rate for thrift institutions was */4 percentage point higher than
that for commercial banks. Effective March 1, 1980, a temporary
ceiling of 113A percent was placed on these accounts at commercial
banks and 12 percent on these accounts at savings and loan associations.
Effective June 2, 1980, the ceiling rates for these deposits at commercial

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TABLE 9
1. Sales, redemptions, and negative figures reduce holdings of
the System Open Market Account; all other figures increase such
holdings.

Commercial bank ceiling

Thrift ceiling
7.25 per cent or below
Above 7.25 per cent, but
below 8.50 per cent

banks and savings and loans was increased !/2 percentage point. The
temporary ceiling was retained, and a minimum ceiling of 9.25 percent
for commercial banks and 9.50 percent for thrift institutions was
established.
18. Effective December 1, 1981, depository institutions were
authorized to offer time deposits not subject to interest rate ceilings
when the funds are deposited to the credit of, or in which the entire
beneficial interest is held by, an individual pursuant to an IRA agreement
or Keogh (H.R. 10) plan. Such time deposits must have a minimum
maturity of 18 months, and additions may be made to the time deposit
at any time before its maturity without extending the maturity of all
or a portion of the balance of the account.

TABLE 10-A
1. Includes securities loaned—securities guaranteed by U.S.
government pledged with Federal Reserve Banks—and excludes
any securities sold and scheduled to be bought back under match
sale-purchase transactions. Includes federal agency issues.
2. Includes U.S. government securities held under repurchase
agreement against receipt of foreign currencies and foreign currencies warehoused for the U.S. Treasury. Assets shown in this line
are revalued monthly at market exchange rates.
3. Excludes Federal Reserve notes issued by one Reserve Bank
that are held by another Reserve Bank.
4. Includes exchange-translation account reflecting the monthly
revaluation at market exchange rates of foreign exchange commitments.

TABLE 10-B
1. Federal Reserve notes held by the Reserve Bank are exempt
from the collateral requirement.

TABLE 10-C
1. Holdings under repurchase agreements are classified as maturing within 15 days in accordance with maximum maturity of the
agreements.

TABLE 11
1. Represents accounts of individuals, partnerships, and corporations, and of states and political subdivisions.

TABLE 12
1. Excludes NOW accounts and special club accounts, such as
Christmas and vacation clubs.
2. Represents corporations and other profit-seeking organizations (excluding commercial banks but including savings and loan
associations, mutual savings banks, credit unions, the Export-Import Bank, and federally sponsored lending agencies).

TABLE 13
1. The composition of the money stock and liquid assets is as
follows:
Ml: Averages of daily figures for (1) currency outside the
Treasury, Federal Reserve Banks, and the vaults of commercial
banks; (2) traveler's checks of nonbank issuers; (3) demand deposits at all commercial banks other than those due to domestic
banks, the U.S. government, and foreign banks and official institutions less cash items in the process of collection and Federal
Reserve float; and (4) negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) and
automatic transfer service (ATS) accounts at banks and thrift institutions, credit union share draft (CUSD) accounts, and demand
deposits at mutual savings banks.
M2: MI plus savings and small-denomination time deposits
at all depository institutions, overnight repurchase agreements (RPs)
at commercial banks, overnight Eurodollars held by U.S. residents
other than banks at Caribbean branches of member banks, and
balances of money market mutual funds (general purpose and broker/dealer).
M3: M2 plus large-denomination time deposits at all depository institutions, term RPs at commercial banks and savings and
loan associations, and balances of institution-only money market
mutual funds.
L: M3 plus other liquid assets such as term Eurodollars held
by U.S. residents other than banks, bankers acceptances, commercial paper, Treasury bills and other liquid Treasury securities,
and U.S. savings bonds.
The latest monthly and weekly figures are available from the
Board's H.6 (508) release. Back data are available from the Banking
Section, Division of Research and Statistics, Board of Governors
of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, D.C. 20551.
2. Outstanding amount of U.S. dollar-denominated traveler's
checks of nonbank issuers.
3. Savings deposits exclude NOW and ATS accounts at commercial banks and thrift institutions and share drafts at credit unions.
4. Small-denomination time deposits—including retail RPs—
are those issued in amounts of less than $100,000.
5. Large-denomination time deposits are those issued in amounts
of $100,000 or more and are net of the holdings of domestic banks,
thrift institutions, the U.S. government, money market mutual funds,
and foreign banks and official institutions.
6. Other checkable deposits include ATS and NOW balances at
all institutions, credit union share draft balances, and demand deposits at mutual savings banks.
7. Overnight (and continuing contract) RPs are those issued by
commercial banks to other than depository institutions and money
market mutual funds (general purpose and broker/dealer), and overnight Eurodollars are those issued by Caribbean branches of member
banks to U.S. residents other than depository institutions and money
market mutual funds (general purpose and broker/dealer).

quired reserve balances plus vault cash equal to required reserves
at other institutions.
4. Extended credit consists of borrowing at the discount window
under the terms and conditions established for the extended credit
program to help depository institutions deal with sustained liquidity
pressures. Because there is not the same need to repay such borrowing promptly as there is with traditional short-term adjustment
credit, the money market impact of extended credit is similar to
that of nonborrowed reserves.
5. Before the implementation of the Monetary Control Act on
November 13, 1980, the monetary base included total reserves
(member bank reserve balances in the current week plus vault cash
held two weeks earlier); currency outside the U.S. Treasury, Federal
Reserve Banks, and the vaults of commercial banks; and vault cash
of nonmember banks.
After November 13, 1980, the monetary base includes reserve
balances and required clearing balances at Federal Reserve Banks
in the current week plus vault cash held two weeks earlier used to
satisfy reserve requirements at all depository institutions plus currency outside the U.S. Treasury, Federal Reserve Banks, the vaults
of depository institutions, and surplus vault cash at depository institutions.
6. Series reflects actual reserve requirements with no adjustment
to eliminate the effect of changes in Regulations D, J, K, and M,
There are breaks in the series because of changes in reserve requirements effective October 1, 1970; January 7, 1971; November
9, 1972; June 21, July 19, October 4, and December 27, 1973;
September 19 and December 12, 1974; February 13, May 22, and
October 30, 1975; January 8 and December 30, 1976; November
2, 1978; October 11 and October 25, 1979; and March 12, May
29, and July 24, 1980. In addition, before the start of the transitional
phase-in of reserve requirements beginning November 13, 1980,
under the Monetary Control Act of 1980, the reserve series contain
data only for member commercial banks; thereafter, reserves are
shown for all depository institutions. Under the transitional phasein program of the Monetary Control Act of 1980, the net changes
in required reserves of depository institutions have been as follows:
effective November 13, 1980, a reduction of $2.8 billion; February
12, 1981, an increase of $245 million; March 12, 1981, an increase
of $75 million; May 14, 1981, an increase of $245 million; August
13, 1981, an increase of $245 million; September 3, 1981, a reduction of $1.3 billion; and November 19, 1981, an increase of
$220 million.

TABLE 15
1. Data for December 1972 have been revised as follows
(S.A. = seasonally adjusted; N.S.A. = not seasonally adjusted):
Category

TABLE 14
1. Reserve measures reflect a one-time increase—estimated at
$550 million to $600 million—in required reserves associated with
the reduction of week-end avoidance activities of a few large banks.
Back data and estimates of the impact on required reserves of
changes in reserve requirements are available from the Banking
Section, Division of Research and Statistics, Board of Governors
of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, D.C. 20551.
2. Reserve aggregates include required reserves of member banks
and Edge Act corporations and other depository institutions. Discontinuities associated with the implementation of the Monetary
Control Act, the inclusion of Edge Act corporation reserves, and
other changes in Regulation D have been removed.
3. Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks (which exclude
required clearing balances) plus vault cash at institutions with re-




1 Total loans and securities
2 U.S. Treasury securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases
5
Commercial and industrial
loans
6
Real estate loans
7
Loans to individuals
. ..
8
Security loans
9
Loans to nonbank financial
institutions . .
....
10 Agricultural loans
1 1 Lease financing receivables . . . .
12 All other loans . . .
MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
olus loans sold

S.A.

N.S.A.

572.6

577.1

65 8
116 3
390.5

66.7
116 8
393.7

137 5
98.3
86 3
15 4

138 5
98.3
86 9
16 9

21 7
14 3
1.4
15 5

22 0
14 2
1.4
15 4

575.2

579.7

Memo items for this table are continued on the next page.

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Category
14 Total loans plus loans sold
15 Total loans sold to affiliates
16 Commercial and industrial
loans plus loans sold
...
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold
....
18 Acceptances held
19
Other commercial and
industrial loans
20
To U S addressees .
21
To non-U.S. addressees
22 Loans to foreign banks
23 Loans to commercial banks
in the United States

S.A.

N.S.A.

393 1
2.6

396 3
2.6

139.2

140.2

17

17

2.4

2.5

135 2
129 9
5.3
43

1360
130 6
5.4
44

31.7

32.4

AH commercial banks include domestically chartered banks, U.S.
branches and agencies of foreign banks, New York investment
companies majority owned by foreign banks, and Edge Act corporations owned by domestically chartered and foreign banks. Data
are prorated averages of Wednesday estimates for domestically
chartered banks, based on weekly reports of a sample of domestically chartered banks and quarterly reports of all domestically
chartered banks. For foreign-related institutions, data are averages
of month-end estimates based on weekly reports from large agencies
and branches and quarterly reports from all agencies, branches,
investment companies, and Edge Act corporations engaged in banking.
2. Adjusted to exclude federal funds sold to commercial banks
and domestic commercial interbank loans.
3. Loans sold are those sold outright to a bank's own foreign
branches, nonconsolidated nonbank affiliates of the bank, the bank's
holding company (if not a bank), and nonconsolidated nonbank
subsidiaries of the holding company.
4. U.S. includes the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
5. Beginning June 30, 1974, data revised to include one large
mutual savings bank that merged with a nonmember commercial
bank. Total loans and securities were increased about $0.6 billion
of which $0.5 billion were in loans (specifically real estate loans)
and $0.1 billion in "other securities."
6. Beginning August 28, 1974, loans sold outright to bank affiliates reflect a newly issued definition of the group of affiliates
included as well as a somewhat different group of reporting banks.
Total loans sold were reduced $0.1 billion on the new basis; commercial and industrial loans sold were reduced $0.1 billion.
7. Beginning October 31, 1974, as the result of the liquidation
of one large bank, total loans and securities were reduced $1.5
billion; total loans $ 1.0 billion; business loans $0.6 billion; nonbank
financial loans $0.2 billion; real estate loans $0.2 billion; and "other
securities" $0.5 billion. However, business loans were increased
and real estate loans reduced $0.1 billion as the result of loan
reclassifications at one large mideastern bank.
8. Beginning March 31, 1976, as the result of loan reclassifications, business loans were reduced $1.2 billion; real estate loans
were increased $0.8 billion; nonbank financial loans $0.2 billion;
and all other loans $0.2 billion.
9. Beginning December 31, 1977, as the result of loan reclassifications, business loans were reduced $0.2 billion, and nonbank
financial loans $0.1 billion; real estate loans were increased $0.3
billion.
10. As of December 31, 1978, total loans and securities were
reduced$0.1 billion. "Other securities" were increased $1.5 billion
and total loans were reduced $1.6 billion largely as the result of
reclassifications of certain tax-exempt obligations. Most of the loan
reduction was in "all other loans." Business loans including loans
sold were increased $0.6 billion as a result of a $0.7 billion upward
reclassification in business loans sold outright offset in part by a
$0.1 billion decline due to balance sheet reclassifications.
11. As of January 3, 1979, as the result of reclassifications, total
loans and securities and total loans were increased $0.6 billion.
Business loans were increased $0.4 billion and real estate loans
$0.5 billion. Nonbank financial loans were reduced $0.3 billion.

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12. As of December 1, 1979, loans sold to affiliates and commercial and industrial loans sold were reduced $0,8 billion and
$0.7 billion respectively, due to corrections of two banks in New
York City.
13. As of February 4, 1981, as the result of the absorption of a
nonbank affiliate by a large commercial bank, total loans and securities were increased $1.0 billion; total loans $1.0 billion; business loans $0.5 billion; real estate loans $0.1 billion; nonbank
financial loans $0.1 billion; and lease financing receivables $0.2
billion.
14. Beginning April 1, 1981, an accounting procedure change
by one bank reduced commercial and industrial loans $0.1 billion.
15. Beginning in December 1981, shifts of foreign loans and
securities from U.S. banking offices to international banking facilities reduced the levels of several items as follows: total loans
and securities, $23.2 billion; total loans, $22.8 billion; commercial
and industrial loans (non-U.S. addressees), $10.9 billion; loans to
foreign banks, $5.9 billion; all other loans, $5.9 billion; and other
securities, $0.5 billion.

TABLE 16
1. Figures are partly estimated; all data are for the last Wednesday of the month. Domestically chartered commercial banks include
all commercial banks in the United States except U.S. branches of
foreign banks. Figures for all bank-premises subsidiaries and other
significant majority-owned domestic subsidiaries are included; figures for securities are reported gross—that is, before deduction of
valuation reserves.
2. The formation of international banking facilities (IBFs) in
December 1981 reduced assets and liabilities of commercial banks
because of shifts of assets from U.S. banking offices.
3. All commercial banking institutions include domestically
chartered commercial banks, agencies and branches of foreign banks
located in the United States, Edge Act corporations owned by
domestically chartered and foreign banks, and New York State
foreign investment companies majority owned by foreign banks.
Data for domestically chartered commercial banks (partly estimated) are for the last Wednesday of the month; for the other
institutions, data through May 1980 are for the last Wednesday
except in June, September, December, and March, when they are
for the last day of the month. From June 1980 to June 1981, data
for foreign-related institutions are for the last day of the quarter.
Beginning July 1981, data are based on last Wednesday of the
month reports from large agencies and branches and quarterly reports from all agencies, branches, investment companies, and Edge
Act corporations engaged in banking.

TABLE 17
1. The report of condition has been substantially revised for
commercial banks. Commercial banks with assets less than $100
million and with domestic offices only were given the option to
complete either the abbreviated or the standard set of reports. Banks
with foreign offices began reporting in greater detail on a consolidated domestic and foreign basis. This table reflects the varying
levels of reporting detail.
2. All transactions between domestic and foreign offices of a
bank are reported in "Net due from" and "Net due to" (lines 79
and 103). All other lines represent transactions with parties other
than the domestic and foreign offices of each bank. Because these
intraoffice transactions are erased by consolidation, total assets and
liabilities are the sum of all except intraoffice balances.
3. Foreign offices include branches in foreign countries and in
U.S. territories and possessions, subsidiaries in foreign countries,
and all offices of Edge Act and Agreement corporations wherever
located.

4. This item is unavailable for all or some of the banks because
of the lesser detail available from banks without foreign offices,
the inapplicability of certain items to banks that have only domestic
offices, and the absence of detail on a fully consolidated basis for
banks with foreign offices.
5. Equity capital is not allocated between the domestic and foreign offices of banks with foreign offices.
6. Demand deposits adjusted equal demand deposits other than
domestic commercial interbank and U.S. government less cash
items in process of collection.

branches, nonconsolidated nonbank affiliates of the bank, the bank's
holding company (if not a bank), and nonconsolidated nonbank
subsidiaries of the holding company.
5. Adjustment bank amounts represent accumulated adjustments
originally made to offset the cumulative effects of mergers. These
adjustment amounts should be added to outstanding data for any
date in the year to establish comparability with any date in the
subsequent year. A description of the adjustment process is available in Banking and Monetary Statistics, 1941-1970, pages 14849.

TABLES 18 AND 19

TABLE 21

1. The report of condition has been substantially revised for
commercial banks. Commercial banks with assets less than $100
million and with domestic offices only were given the option to
complete either the abbreviated or the standard set of reports. Banks
with foreign offices began reporting in greater detail on a consolidated domestic and foreign basis. This table reflects the varying
levels of reporting detail.
Domestic offices exclude branches in foreign countries and in
U,S. territories and possessions, subsidiaries in foreign countries,
and all offices of Edge Act and Agreement corporations wherever
located.
2. This item contains the capital accounts of the U.S. banks that
have no Edge or foreign operations and reflects the difference
between domestic office assets and liabilities of U.S. banks with
Edge or foreign operations excluding the capital accounts of their
Edge or foreign subsidiaries,
3. Demand deposits adjusted equal demand deposits other than
domestic commercial interbank and U.S. government less cash
items in process of collection.

1. Panel, which includes 134 large weekly reporting commercial
banks with assets of $1 billion or more on December 31, 1977,
began reporting on January 3, 1979. For partially estimated historical data, see the ANNUAL STATISTICAL DIGEST, 1970-1979, pages
144-49.
2. Data exclude bankers acceptances, commercial paper, and
loans to foreign addressees.
3. Item includes commercial and industrial loans at a few banks
with assets of $1 billion or more that do not classify their loans.
4. Adjustment bank amounts represent accumulated adjustments
originally made to offset the cumulative effects of mergers. These
adjustment amounts should be added to outstanding data for any
date in the year to establish comparability with any date in the
subsequent year. A description of the adjustment process is available in Banking and Monetary Statistics, 1941-1970, pages 14849.

TABLE 20-A
1. AH large weekly reporting commercial banks are those with
domestic assets of $750 million or more on December 31, 1977.
This panel began reporting on January 3, 1979. For partially estimated historical data, see the ANNUAL STATISTICAL DIGEST, 19701979, pages 88-141.
2. Includes securities purchased under agreements to resell.
3. Other than financial institutions and brokers and dealers.
4. Includes federal funds purchased and securities sold under
agreements to repurchase.
5. This is not a measure of equity capital for use in capital
adequacy analysis or for other analytic uses,
6. Adjustment bank amounts represent accumulated adjustments
originally made to offset the cumulative effects of mergers. These
adjustment amounts should be added to outstanding data for any
date in the year to establish comparability with any date in the
subsequent year. A description of the adjustment process is available in Banking and Monetary Statistics, 1941-1970, pages 14849.

TABLE 20-B
1. All large weekly reporting commercial banks are those with
domestic assets of $750 million or more on December 31, 1977.
This panel began reporting on January 3, 1979. For partially estimated historical data, see the ANNUAL STATISTICAL DIGEST, 19701979, pages 88-129 and 142-43.
2. Exclusive of loans and federal funds transactions with domestic commercial banks.
3. All demand deposits except U.S. government and domestic
commercial banks less cash items in process of collection.
4. Loans sold are those sold outright to a bank's own foreign




TABLE 22
1. Figures include cash items in process of collection. Estimates
of gross deposits are based on reports supplied by a sample of
commercial banks. Types of depositors in each category are described in Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 57 (June 1971), page 466.
TABLE 23
1. Institutions engaged primarily in commercial, savings, and
mortgage banking; sales, personal, arid mortgage financing; factoring, finance leasing, and other business lending; insurance underwriting; other investment activities; and the like.
2. Includes all financial company paper sold by dealers in the
open market.
3. As reported by financial companies that place their paper
directly with investors.
4. Includes public utilities and firms engaged primarily in activities such as communications, construction, manufacturing, mining, wholesale and retail trade, transportation, and services.
TABLE 24
1. The prime rate is the rate that banks charge their most creditworthy business customers on short-term loans. The table shows
the date on which a new rate came to be the predominant one
quoted, rather than the date on which the first bank made a change
in the rate.
TABLE 25
1. The survey of terms of bank lending covers loans of $1,000
or more made at about 340 banks selected to represent all sizes of
banks. The sample data are collected over one business week and
used to estimate lending terms at all insured commercial banks.

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Short-term loans have original maturities of less than one year, and
long-term loans have maturities of one year or more. Construction
and land development loans include both unsecured loans and loans
secured by real estate. Thus some of the construction and land
development loans would be reported on the statement of condition
as real estate loans and the remainder as business loans. Loans to
farmers exclude loans secured by real estate.
2. Average maturities are weighted by loan volumes exclusive
of loans with no stated maturity (demand loans).
3. The approximate compounded annual interest rate on each
loan is calculated from survey data on the stated rate and other
terms of the loan; then, in computing the average of these approximate effective rates, each loan is weighted by its dollar amount.
4. Large banks correspond roughly to banks with more than $500
million in total assets.

Besides assigning a current loan value to margin stock generally,
Regulation T permits special loan values for convertible bonds and
stock acquired through exercise of subscription rights.
2. A distribution of this total by equity class is shown in part C
of this table.
3. Free credit balances are in accounts with no balance due to
the brokers and are subject to withdrawal by customers on demand.
4. Each customer's equity in his collateral (market value of
collateral less net debit balance) is expressed as a percentage of
current collateral values.
5. Balances that may be used by customers as the margin deposit
required for additional purchases. Balances may arise with transfers
based on loan values of other collateral in the customer's margin
account or with deposits of cash (usually sale proceeds).

TABLE 28-A
TABLE 26
1. Average of offering rates quoted by at least five dealers (in
the case of commercial paper) or finance companies (in the case
of finance paper).
2. Yields are quoted on a bank-discount basis.
3. Dealer closing offered rates for top-rated banks, Most representative rate (which may be, but need not be, the average of the
rates quoted by the dealers).
4. Averages of offering rates quoted by five dealers.
5. Annual figures are averages of the individual observations.
For the other series, annual averages are constructed from the monthly
averages.
6. Except for auction averages, yields are computed from daily
closing bid prices; auction averages are recorded in the week in
which the bills are issued.
7. Yields on the more actively traded issues adjusted to constant
maturities by the U.S. Treasury, based on daily closing-bid prices.
8. Each weekly figure is calculated on a biweekly basis and is
the average of five business days ending on the Monday following
the calendar week. These data are used to determine the maximum
interest rate payable on small saver certificates.
9. Averages for all outstanding bonds neither due nor callable
in less than 10 years. The averages are severely affected by the
inclusion of several very low yielding "flower" bonds.
10. General obligations only, based on figures for Thursday,
from Moody's Investors Service,
11. Twenty issues of mixed quality.
12. Averages of daily figures from Moody's Investors Service.
13. Data are a compilation of the Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System. Issues included are long term (20 years
or more). New-issue yields are based on quotations on date of
offering; yields on recently offered issues (included only for first
four weeks after termination of underwriter price restrictions) are
based on Friday close-of-business quotations.
14. Revised data for line 39 for 1980 (percent per annum) are
as follows: year, 10.51; April, 10.16.
15. Provided by Standard & Poor's Corporation.
16. Weekly figures are seven-day averages of daily effective
rates for the week ending Wednesday; the daily effective rate is an
average of the rates on a given day weighted by the volume of
transactions at these rates.
17. Weekly figures are averages of daily quotations for the week
ending Wednesday.

1. Holdings of stock in the Federal Home Loan Banks are in
eluded in "Other" (line 4).
2. Includes general reserves, paid-in surplus, individual profits,
and permanent stock in the case of stock associations.
3. Excludes figures for loans in process, which are shown as a
liability.
SOURCE: Estimates by the Federal Home Loan Bank Board for
all savings and loan associations in the United States. Data are
based on monthly reports of federally insured associations and
annual reports of other associations. Even when revised, data for
the current and the preceding year are subject to further revision.

TABLE 28-B
1. Data are reported on a net-of-valuation-reserves basis.
2. Data include obligations of U.S. government agencies.
3. Item includes securities of foreign governments and international organizations.
4. Excludes checking, club, and school accounts.
5. Commitments outstanding (including loans in process) of banks
in New York State as reported to the Savings Banks Association
of that state.
SOURCE. Estimates of National Association of Mutual Savings
Banks for all savings banks in the United States.

TABLE 28-C
1. Direct and guaranteed obligations. Excludes federal agency
issues not guaranteed, which are shown in this table under "Business."
2. Issues of foreign governments and their subdivisions and bonds
of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
SOURCE. Estimates of the American Council of Life Insurance
for all life insurance companies in the United States. Annual figures
are annual-statement asset values, with bonds carried on an amortized basis and stocks at year-end market values. Adjustments
for interest due and accrued and for differences between market
and book values are not made on each item separately, but are
included, in total, in line 12, "Other assets."

TABLE 28-D
TABLE 27
1. Margin credit includes all credit extended to purchase or carry
stocks or related equity instruments and secured at least in part by
stock. Credit extended is end-of-month data for member firms of
the New York Stock Exchange.

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SOURCE. Estimates by the National Credit Union Administration
based on a group of federal and state-chartered credit unions that
account for about 30 percent of credit union assets. Figures are
preliminary and are revised annually to incorporate recent benchmark data.

TABLE 29

TABLE 31

1. The Budget of the U.S. Government, Fiscal Year 1983, has
reclassified supplemental medical insurance premiums and voluntary hospital insurance premiums, previously included in other social insurance receipts, as offsetting receipts in the health function.
2. The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation has been reclassified from an off-budget agency to an on-budget agency in the
U.S. Department of Labor.
3. Half-year figures are calculated as a residual (total surplus or
deficit less trust-fund surplus or deficit).
4. Other off-budget includes the Postal Service Fund, Rural
Electrification and Telephone Revolving Fund, and Rural Telephone Bank; it also includes, effective November 1981, petroleum
acquisition and transportation and strategic petroleum reserve.
5. Data include U.S. Treasury operating cash accounts, special
drawing rights, gold tranche drawing rights, loans to the International Monetary Fund, and other cash and monetary assets.
6. Item includes accrued interest payable to the public, allocations of special drawing rights, deposit funds, miscellaneous liability (including checks outstanding) and asset accounts, seigniorage, increment on gold, profit on sale of gold, net gain or loss for
U.S. currency-valuation adjustment, and net gain or loss for IMF
loan-valuation adjustment.
SOURCES. U.S. Treasury Department, "Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government," and Treasury Bulletin, various issues; and The Budget of the United States
Government, Fiscal Year 1983.

1. Includes guaranteed debt of U.S. government agencies, specified participation certificates, notes to international lending organizations, and District of Columbia stadium bonds.
SOURCE. Treasury Bulletin.

TABLE 32
1. Includes (not shown separately) securities issued to the Rural
Electrification Administration and to state and local governments;
depository bonds; retirement plan bonds; and individual retirement
bonds.
2. Nonmarketable dollar-denominated and foreign currencydenominated series held by foreigners.
3. Held almost entirely by U.S. government agencies and trust
funds.
4. Data for Federal Reserve Banks and U.S. government agencies and trust funds are actual holdings; data for other groups are
Treasury estimates.
5. Consists of the investments of foreign balances and international accounts in the United States. Excludes non-interest-bearing
notes issued to the International Monetary Fund.
6. Includes savings and loan associations, nonprofit institutions,
corporate pension trust funds, dealers and brokers, certain U.S.
government deposit accounts, and U.S. government-sponsored
agencies.
SOURCES. Data by type of security, U.S. Treasury Department,
Monthly Statement of the Public Debt of the United States; data by
holder, Treasury Bulletin.

TABLE 30-A
1. The Budget of the U.S. Government, Fiscal Year 1983 has
reclassified supplemental medical insurance premiums and voluntary hospital insurance premiums, previously included in other social insurance receipts, as offsetting receipts in the health function.
2. Old-age, disability, and hospital insurance, and railroad retirement accounts.
3. Old-age, disability, and hospital insurance.
4. Federal employee retirement contributions, and civil service
retirement and disability fund.
5. Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve Banks and other
miscellaneous receipts.
SOURCES. "Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays
of the U.S. Government" and the Budget of the U.S. Government,
Fiscal Year 1983.

TABLE 33
1. Interest-bearing marketable public debt securities.
Figures are complete for U.S. government agencies and trust
funds and Federal Reserve Banks, but data for other groups include
only holdings of those institutions that report. For number of institutions reporting in other holder groups and the proportions of
all marketable securities owned by those groups that are accounted
for by the reporting institutions, see "Treasury Survey of Ownership," in Treasury Bulletin.
"All others," a residual, includes holdings of all those not reporting in the Treasury Survey, including investor groups not listed
separately.
2. Excludes trust departments.

TABLE 34-A
TABLE 30-B
1. The Budget of the U.S. Government, Fiscal Year 1983 has
reclassified supplemental medical insurance premiums and voluntary hospital insurance premiums, previously included in other social insurance receipts, as offsetting receipts in the health function.
2. The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation has been reclassified from an off-budget agency to an on-budget agency in the
Department of Labor.
3. Consists of interest received by trust funds, rents and royalties
on the outer continental shelf, and U.S. government contributions
for employee retirement.
SOURCES. "Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays
of the U.S. Government" and the Budget of the U.S. Government,
Fiscal Year 1983. For some categories, an adjustment was made
to the last month of the fiscal year so that functional totals for the
fiscal years match those in the Budget.




1. Transactions are market purchases and sales of U.S. government securities dealers reporting to the Federal Reserve Bank of
New York. The figures exclude allotments of, and exchanges for,
new U.S. government securities, redemptions of called or matured
securities, purchases or sales of securities under repurchase agreement, reverse repurchase (resale), or similar contracts.
2. Includes, among others, all other dealers and brokers in commodities and securities, nondealer departments of commercial banks,
foreign banking agencies, and the Federal Reserve System.
3. Futures contracts are standardized agreements arranged on an
organized exchange in which parties commit to purchase or sell
securities for delivery at a future date.
4. Forward transactions are agreements arranged in the overthe-counter market in which securities are purchased (sold) for
delivery after five business days from the date of the transaction
for government securities (Treasury bills, notes, and bonds) or after
thirty days for mortgage-backed agency issues.

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TABLE 34-B

TABLE 37

1. Positions are shown net and are on a commitment basis.
2. Immediate positions are net amounts (in terms of par values)
of securities owned by nonbank dealer firms and dealer departments
of commercial banks on a commitment, that is, trade-date basis,
including any such securities that have been sold under agreements
to repurchase (RPs). The maturities of some repurchase agreements
are sufficiently long, however, to suggest that the securities involved are not available for trading purposes. Securities owned,
and hence dealer positions, do not include securities to resell (reserve RPs).

1. Figures, which represent gross proceeds of issues maturing
in more than one year sold for cash in the United States, are the
principal amount or the number of units multiplied by the offering
price. Excludes offerings of less than $100,000, secondary offerings, undefined or exempted issues as defined in the Securities Act
of 1933, employee stock plans, investment companies other than
closed-end, intracorporate transactions, and sales to foreigners.
SOURCE. U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

TABLE 38
TABLE 34-C
1. Figures cover financing involving U.S. government and federal agency securities, negotiable certificates of deposit, bankers
acceptances, and commercial paper (based on Wednesday figures,
in terms of actual money borrowed or lent).
2. Includes all reverse repurchase agreements, including those
that have been arranged to make delivery on short sales and those
for which the securities obtained have been used as collateral on
borrowings, that is, matched agreements.
3. Includes both repurchase agreements undertaken to finance
positions and "matched book" repurchase agreements.

1. Excluding money market funds.
2. Includes reinvestment of investment income dividends. Excludes reinvestment of capital gains distributions and share issues
of conversions from one fund to another in the same group.
3. Excludes share redemptions resulting from conversions from
one fund to another in the same group.
4. Market value at end of period, less current liabilities.
5. Also includes all U.S. government securities and other shortterm debt securities.
SOURCE. Investment Company Institute data based on reports of
members, which are substantially all open-end investment companies registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Data reflect newly formed companies after their initial offering of
securities.

TABLE 35
TABLE 39
1. Consists of mortgages assumed by the Defense Department
between 1957 and 1963 under family housing and homeowners
assistance programs.
2. Includes participation certificates reclassified as debt.
3. On-budget.
4. Consists of debentures issued in payment of Federal Housing
Administration insurance claims. Once issued, these securities may
be sold privately on the securities market.
5. Certificates of participation issued before fiscal 1969 by the
Government National Mortgage Association acting as trustee for
the Farmers Home Administration; Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; Department of Housing and Urban Development; Small Business Administration; and the Veterans
Administration.
6. Off-budget,
7. Unlike other federally sponsored agencies, the Student Loan
Marketing Association may borrow from the Federal Financing
Bank (FFB) because its obligations are guaranteed by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.
8. The FFB, which began operations in 1974, is authorized to
purchase or sell obligations issued, sold, or guaranteed by other
federal agencies. Since the FFB incurs debt solely for the purpose
of lending to other agencies, its debt is not included in the main
portion of the table to avoid double counting.
9. Includes FFB purchases of agency assets and guaranteed loans;
the latter contains loans guaranteed by numerous agencies with the
guarantees of any particular agency being generally smalt. The
Farmers Home Administration item consists exclusively of agency
assets, while the Rural Electrification Administration entry contains
both agency assets and guaranteed loans.

TABLE 36
1. Par amounts of long-term issues based on date of sale.
2. Consists of tax-exempt issues guaranteed by the Farmers Home
Administration.
SOURCE. Public Securities Association.

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SOURCE. Survey of Current Business (U.S. Department of Commerce).

TABLE 40
1. For description of series, see Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol.
64 (July 1978), pages 533-37,
2. The ratio of total current assets to total current liabilities,
SOURCE. Federal Trade Commission.

TABLE 41
1. ''Other" consists of construction; social services and membership organizations; and forestry, fisheries, and agricultural services.
SOURCE. Survey of Current Business (U.S. Department of Commerce).
TABLE 44
1. Weighted averages based on sample surveys of mortgages
closed by major institutional lenders during the first five fiill working days of the month. Compiled by the Federal Home Loan Bank
Board in cooperation with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

2. Includes all fees, commissions, discounts, and ''points'1 paid
(by the borrower or the seller) to obtain a loan.
3. Average effective interest rates on loans closed, assuming
prepayment at the end of 10 years.
4. Average contract rates on new commitments for conventional
first mortgages, rounded to the nearest 5 basis points; from Department of Housing and Urban Development,
5. Average gross yields on 30-year, minimum-downpayment
first mortgages, insured by the Federal Housing Administration for

immediate delivery in the private secondary market. Any gaps in
data are in periods of adjustment to changes in maximum permissible contract rates.
6. Average net yields to investors on fully modified pass-through
securities backed by mortgages and guaranteed by the Government
National Mortgage Association, assuming prepayment in 12 years
on pools of 30-year mortgages insured by the Federal Housing
Agency or guaranteed by the Veterans Administration. Monthly
figures are unweighted averages of Monday quotations for the month.
7. Average gross yields (before deduction of 38 basis points for
mortgage servicing) on accepted bids in the Federal National Mortgage Association's auctions of 4-month commitments to purchase
home mortgages, assuming prepayment in 12 years for 30-year
mortgages. No adjustments are made for FNMA commitment fees
or stock-related requirements. Monthly figures are unweighted averages for auctions conducted within the month.
8. FHA/VA are mortgages that are insured by Federal Housing
Administration or guaranteed by Veterans Administration.
9. Includes commitments for residential mortgages to be added
to FNMA's portfolio. The total excludes commitments to issue
securities backed by pools of conventional mortgages under a program begun in October 1981. By December 1981, about $2.6 billion
in mostly optional-delivery commitments were outstanding under
the new program.
10. Mortgage amounts offered by bidders are total bids received.
11. Includes participations as well as whole loans.
12. Includes both conventional mortgages and a small amount
of government-underwritten loans.

TABLE 45
1. Minor revisions in some items were made for 1977 and 1978.
These revisions are available from the Mortgage and Consumer
Finance Section, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, D.C. 20551.
2. Includes loans held by nondeposit trust companies but not
bank trust departments.
3. Outstanding principal balances of mortgage-backed securities
insured or guaranteed by the agency indicated.
4. Other holders include mortgage companies, real estate investment trusts, state and local credit agencies, state and local
government retirement funds, noninsured pension funds, credit unions,
and U.S. agencies for which amounts are small or separate data
are not readily available.
SOURCES. Based on data from various institutional and government sources,with figures for some quarters estimated in part by
the Federal Reserve in conjunction with the Federal Home Loan
Bank Board and the Department of Commerce. Separation of
nonfarm mortgage debt by type of property, if not reported directly,
and interpolations and extrapolations, when required, are estimated
mainly by the Federal Reserve. Multifamily debt refers to loans on
structures of five or more units.

TABLE 46
1. The consumer installment credit series covers most short- and
intermediate-term credit extended to individuals through regular
business channels, usually for the financing of the purchase of
consumer goods and services or the refinancing of debts incurred
for such purposes, and scheduled to be repaid (or with the option
of repayment) in two or more installments.
The series generally excludes mortgage financing, which is reported elsewhere, although some credit secured by junior liens on
real estate may be reported in the data for certain holders, such as
finance companies. Also excluded are (1) credit card or other receivables held by a holding company rather than by its subsidiary
financial institution; (2) extensions of funds against the cash value




of life insurance policies or, generally, against savings accounts;
(3) loans to farmers; and (4) noninstallment credit extended to individuals. Some components include unearned (precomputed) finance charges.
2. Retailers include auto dealers and exclude 30-day charge credit
held by travel and entertainment companies.
3. Net change equals extensions minus liquidations (repayments,
charge-offs, and other credits). Monthly data are seasonally adjusted.

TABLE 47
1. Monthly data are seasonally adjusted.
2. Includes auto dealers and excludes 30-day charge credit held
by travel and entertainment companies.

TABLE 48
1. Excess of total assets over total liabilities consists of gold,
special drawing rights (SDRs), and corporate equities not included
in liabilities minus total floats and discrepancies in adjacent column.
2. Rest-of-the-world total holdings of gold and SDRs appear as
assets and are included in totals because in flow tables transactions
in these categories are treated as purchases and sales of existing
assets without associated liabilities.
3. Assets are shown at market value; nonbank finance liability
is redemption value of shares of open-end investment companies.
No specific liability is attributed to issuers of stocks other than
open-end investment companies for amounts outstanding.
4. Includes savings bonds and other nonmarketable debt held by
the public. Postal savings system deposits are included in "Miscellaneous" in part A, line 34.
5. Issues by agencies in the budget (Commodity Credit Corporation, Government National Mortgage Association, Tennessee
Valley Authority, Federal Housing-Administration) and by sponsored credit agencies in financial sectors. Includes loan participation
certificates and securities backed by mortgage pools.
6. Entry under business assets is corporate only. Noncorporate
trade credit is deducted in liabilities total to conform to quarterly
flow tables.

TABLE 49-C
1. Excludes corporate equities.
2. Foreign investment is net of bond issues abroad, and bond
issues outside the United States are excluded from bonded debt and
total liabilities.
3. Revenue bonds to finance industrial pollution control. Issued
by state and local governments to finance private investment and
secured in interest and principal by the industrial user of the funds.
4. Loans and short-term paper, profit taxes payable, and trade
debt. Includes loans due in more than one year and excludes current
maturities of securities and mortgages.

TABLE 50
1. Annual data for line 11 for 1970-80 are revised as follows:
1970
1971
1972
1973

760
. . . 88.0
..
65 0
... 71.0

1974
114 0
67 0 1978
60
1975 . . .. . . 6 . 1979 . . . . . . 121.0
790 1980 . . .
1060
1976 . . .
1977
. . . 100.0

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Monthly data for line 11 for 1970-80 are revised as follows:

TABLE 52

Year
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975

Jan.
79.0
75.0
64.0
77.0
66.0
68.0

Feb.
82.0
76.0
62.0
74.0
70.0
55.0

Mar.
80.0
85.0
62.0
73.0
66.0
53.0

Apr.
78.0
96.0
66.0
70.0
65.0
75.0

May
66.0
84.0
67.0
70.0
76.0
79.0

June
71.0
89.0
60.0
71.0
59.0
78.0

1. Published groupings include some series and subtotals not
shown separately. For a detailed description of the 1976 revision
and for historical data, see ''IndustrialProduction: 1976Revision"
(Board of Governors, 1979).
2. 1972 dollar value.

1976
1977
1978
1979
1980 .

72.0
76.0
111.0
131.0
125.0

71.0
84.0
103.0
143.0
112.0

78.0
85.0
106.0
127.0
93.0

81.0
98.0
104.0
135.0
88.0

74.0
124.0
135.0
120.0
85.0

82.0
128.0
109.0
114.0
97.0

TABLE 53

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

69.0
91.0
60.0
68.0
68.0
66.0

80.0
92.0
67.0
75.0
62.0
77.0

70.0
92.0
67.0
66.0
68.0
63.0

69.0
85.0
71.0
76.0
76.0
65.0

78.0
94.0
70.0
75.0
58.0
55.0

84.0
97,0
67.0
62.0
73.0
58.0

84.0
1976
82.0
1977 .....
1978 . . . . 11 1.0
120.0
1979
102.0
1980

75.0
111.0
126.0
112.0
123.0

82.0
116.0
118.0
110.0
109.0

85.0
87.0
128.0
114.0
114.0

83.0
99.0
110.0
109.0
117.0

75.0
109.0
104.0
105.0
125.0

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975

2. Ratios of indexes of production to indexes of capacity. Federal
Reserve estimates.
3. Index of dollar value of total construction contracts, including
residential, nonresidential, and heavy engineering, from McGrawHill Information Systems Company, F.W. Dodge Division.
4. Based on data in Employment and Earnings (U.S. Department
of Labor). Series covers employees only, excluding personnel in
the Armed Forces.
5. Based on data in Survey of Current Business (U.S. Department of Commerce).
6. Based on U.S. Bureau of Census data published in Survey of
Current Business.
7. Not seasonally adjusted. Based on data published by the U.S.
Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
SOURCE. Basic data (not index numbers) for series mentioned in
notes 4, 5, and 6 and indexes for series mentioned in notes 3 and
7 may also be found in Survey of Current Business.

1. Seasonal factors are no longer calculated for lines 12 through
41.
2. Data are on an international accounts basis, which differs
from the Census basis for reasons of coverage and timing; military
exports are excluded from merchandise data and are included in
line 6.
3. Includes reinvested earnings of incorporated affiliates.
4. Associated primarily with military sales contracts and other
transactions arranged with or through foreign official agencies.
5. Consists of investments in U.S. corporate stocks and in debt
securities of private corporations and state and local governments.
SOURCES for tables 53 through 65 appear at the end of notes for
table 65.

TABLE 54
1. Includes gold in Exchange Stabilization Fund. Gold held under earmark at Federal Reserve Banks for foreign and international
accounts is not included in the gold stock of the United States; see
table 62.
2. Beginning July 1974, the International Monetary Fund adopted
a technique for valuing the special drawing right based on a weighted
average of exchange rates for the currencies of member countries.
From July 1974 through December 1980, 16 currencies were used;
from January 1981, 5 currencies have been used. The U.S. reserve
position in the IMF and SDR holdings are valued on this basis
beginning in July 1974. At valuation used before July 1974
(SDR1 = $1.20635) total U.S. reserve assets, reserve position in
the IMF, and SDR holdings were as follows (in millions of dollars,
end of period).
Month

TABLE 51
1. Primary processing includes textiles; lumber; paper; industrial
chemicals; petroleum refining; rubber and plastics; stone, clay, and
glass; and primary and fabricated metals.
2. Advanced processing includes food, tobacco, apparel, furniture, printing, chemical products such as drugs and toiletries,
leather, machinery, transportation equipment, instruments, miscellaneous manufacturing, and ordnance.
3. Industrial materials are items both produced and used as inputs
by manufacturing plants, mines, and utilities; industrial materials
cover many of the items represented in the primary-processing
grouping of manufacturing as well as some of the output of mines
and utilities such as iron ore, crude oil, and electricity sold to
industry.
4. Capacity utilization is calculated as the ratio of the Federal
Reserve's seasonally adjusted index of industrial production to the
corresponding index of capacity.
For a detailed description of these series, see Federal Reserve
Measures of Capacity and Capacity Utilization (Board of Governors
of the Federal Reserve System, 1978), and "Capacity Utilization:
Manufacturing and Materials, January 1967-December 1978"
(Federal Reserve statistical release, 1979).

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1981
January
February
March
April
May . . . . .
, *
June
July
August . . . .
September .
October
November
December

Total

Reserve
position
in IMF

SDRs

27,804
29 281
29 975
29,440
29,320
29 591
29,047
29,412
29785
30271
30 800
30.008

2,466
2759
3 084
3,299
3,502
3 818
4,073
4,245
4,477
4569
4718
4,838

3,517
3 583
3 842
3,736
3,765
3 868
3,978
3,982
4,106
4 139
4 198
4.245

3. Includes allocations by the IMF of special drawing rights as
follows: $867 million on January 1, 1970; $717 million on January 1, 1971; $710 million on January 1, 1972; $1,139 million on
January 1, 1979; $1,152 million on January 1, 1980; and $1,093
million on January 1, 1981; plus net transactions in SDRs.
4. Represents the U.S. reserve tranche position in the IMF (the
U.S. quota, plus net U.S. loans to the IMF, minus IMF holdings
of dollars), which is the amount that the United States could purchase in foreign currencies automatically if needed. Under appropriate conditions, the United States could purchase additional amounts
related to the U.S. quota.
5. Valued at current market exchange rates.

6. Includes U.S. government securities held under repurchase
agreement against receipt of foreign currencies, if any.

in coverage with those for the preceding month; figures in the
second column are comparable with those for the following month.

TABLE 55-A

TABLE 56-B

1. Includes the Bank for International Settlements.
2. Principally demand deposits, time deposits, bankers acceptances, commercial paper, negotiable time certificates of deposit,
and borrowings under repurchase agreements.
3. Includes nonmarketable certificates of indebtedness (including those payable in foreign currencies) and nonmarketable Treasury bills issued to official institutions of foreign countries.
4. Excludes notes issued to foreign official nonreserve agencies.
Includes bonds and notes payable in foreign currencies.
5. Debt securities of U. S. government corporations and federally
sponsored agencies, and U.S. corporate stocks and bonds.
A
Data in the two columns for this date differ because of changes
in reporting coverage. Figures in the first column are comparable
in coverage with those for the preceding month; figures in the
second column are comparable with those for the following month.

1. Includes the Bank for International Settlements. Also includes
Eastern European countries not included in line 23.
2. Comprises Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, German Democratic
Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Romania.
3. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi
Arabia, and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
4. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria,
5. Excludes "holdings of dollars" of the International Monetary
Fund.
6. Asian, African, Middle Eastern, and European regional organizations, except the Bank for International Settlements, which
is included in "Other Western Europe."
7. Liabilities and claims of banks in the United States were
increased, beginning in December 1981, by the shift from foreign
branches to international banking facilities in the United States of
liabilities to, and claims on, foreign residents.
A
Data in the two columns for this date differ because of changes
in reporting coverage. Figures in the first column are comparable
in coverage with those for the preceding month; figures in the
second column are comparable with those for the following month.

TABLE 55-B
1. Includes Bank for International Settlements.
2. Includes countries in Oceania and Eastern Europe.
Data in the two columns for this date differ because of changes
in reporting coverage. Figures in the first column are comparable
in coverage with those for the preceding month; figures in the
second column are comparable with those for the following month.
A

TABLE 56-A
1. Excludes negotiable time certificates of deposit, which are
included in "Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments. ''
2. Includes borrowing under repurchase agreements.
3. U.S. banks: includes amounts due to own foreign branches
and foreign subsidiaries consolidated in "Consolidated report of
condition*' filed with bank regulatory agencies. Agencies, branches,
and majority-owned subsidiaries of foreign banks: principally amounts
due to head office or parent foreign bank and to foreign branches,
agencies, or wholly owned subsidiaries of head office or parent
foreign bank.
4. Financial claims on residents of the United States, other than
long-term securities, held by or through reporting banks.
5. Includes nonmarketable certificates of indebtedness and nonmarketable Treasury bills issued to official institutions of foreign
countries.
6. Principally bankers acceptances, commercial paper, and negotiable time certificates of deposit.
7. Principally the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the Inter-American and Asian Development Banks.
Data exclude "holdings of dollars "of the International Monetary
Fund.
8. Foreign central banks and foreign central governments and
the Bank for International Settlements.
9. Excludes central banks, which are included in "Official institutions."
10. Liabilities and claims of banks in the United States were
increased, beginning in December 1981, by the shift from foreign
branches to international banking facilities in the United States of
liabilities to, and claims on, foreign residents.
^Data in the two columns for this date differ because of changes
in reporting coverage. Figures in the first column are comparable



TABLE 57
1. Includes the Bank for International Settlements. Also includes
Eastern European countries not included in line 23.
2. Comprises Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, German Democratic
Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Romania.
3. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi
Arabia, and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
4. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.
5. Excludes the Bank for International Settlements, which is
included in "Other Western Europe."
6. Liabilities and claims of banks in the United States were
increased, beginning in December 1981, by the shift from foreign
branches to international banking facilities in the United States of
liabilities to, and claims on, foreign residents.
^Data in the two columns shown for this date differ because of
changes in reporting coverage. Figures in the first column are comparable in coverage with those for the preceding month; figures in
the second column are comparable with those for the following
month.

TABLE 58
1. Data for banks' own claims are given on a monthly basis,
but the data for claims of banks' domestic customers are available
on a quarterly basis only.
2. U.S. banks: includes amounts due from own foreign branches
and foreign subsidiaries consolidated in "Consolidated report of
condition" filed with bank regulatory agencies. Agencies, branches,
and majority-owned subsidiaries of foreign banks: includes principally amounts due from head office or parent foreign bank, and
foreign branches, agencies, or wholly owned subsidiaries of head
office or parent foreign bank.
3. Assets owned by customers of the reporting bank located in
the United States that represent claims on foreigners held by reporting banks for the account of their domestic customers.
4. Principally negotiable time certificates of deposit and bankers
acceptances.
5. Includes demand and time deposits and negotiable and non229

negotiable certificates of deposit denominated in U.S. dollars issued
by banks abroad.
6. Liabilities and claims of banks in the United States were
increased, beginning in December 1981, by the shift from foreign
branches to international banking facilities in the United States of
liabilities to, and claims on, foreign residents.
A
Data in the two columns for this date differ because of changes
in reporting coverage. Figures in the first column are comparable
in coverage with those shown for the preceding month; figures in
the second column are comparable with those shown for the following month.

TABLE 63
1. Comprises oil-exporting countries as follows: Bahrain, Iran,
Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
2. Includes state and local government securities, and securities
of U.S. government agencies and corporations. Also includes issues
of new debt securities sold abroad by U.S. corporations organized
to finance direct investments abroad.

TABLE 64
TABLE 59
1. Liabilities and claims of banks in the United States were
increased, beginning in December 1981, by the shift from foreign
branches to international banking facilities in the United States of
liabilities to, and claims on, foreign residents.
2. Remaining time to maturity.
3. Includes nonmonetary international and regional organizations.
^Data in the two columns for this date differ because of changes
in reporting coverage. Figures in the first column are comparable
in coverage with those for the preceding quarter; figures in the
second column are comparable with those for the following quarter.

TABLE 60
1. Data on claims exclude foreign currencies held by U.S. monetary authorities.
2. Assets owned by customers of the reporting bank located in
the United States that represent claims on foreigners held by reporting banks for the accounts of their domestic customers.
^Data in the two columns for this date differ because of changes
in reporting coverage. Figures in the first column are comparable
in coverage with those for the preceding quarter; figures in the
second column are comparable with those for the following quarter.

TABLE 61
1. Estimated official and private holdings of marketable U.S.
Treasury securities with an original maturity of more than one year.
Data are based on a benchmark survey of holdings as of January 31, 1971, and monthly transaction reports. Excludes nonmarketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes held by official institutions of foreign countries.
2. Includes U.S. Treasury notes, denominated in foreign currencies, publicly issued to private foreign residents.
3. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi
Arabia, and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
4. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.

1. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi
Arabia, and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
2. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.
3. Includes nonmonetary international and regional organizations.

TABLE 65
1. Table 58, "Banks' own and domestic customers' claims on
foreigners," includes monthly figures for U.S. dollar deposits in
banks abroad, reported by nonbanking business enterprises in the
United States.
2. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi
Arabia, and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
3. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.
4. Includes nonmonetary international and regional organizations.
SOURCES FOR TABLES 53-65.
Data in table 53 are from Survey of Current Business (U.S.
Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis).
Table 54 is based on U.S. Treasury Department data and on data
reported to the Treasury Department by the International Monetary
Fund.
Tables 55 through 63 are based on Treasury Department data
and on data reported to the Treasury Department by banks (including Federal Reserve Banks) and brokers in the United States.
The data exclude the holdings of dollars by the International Monetary Fund derived from payments of the U.S. subscription and
from the exchange transactions and other operations of the IMF.
The data also exclude U.S. Treasury letters of credit and U.S.
nonnegotiable, noninterest-bearing notes held by nonmonetary international and regional organizations.
Tables 64 and 65 are based on data reported to the Treasury
Department by nonbanking business enterprises.
The term "foreigners" covers all institutions and individuals
domiciled outside the United States (including U.S. citizens domiciled abroad), and the foreign branches, subsidiaries, and offices
of U.S. banks and business concerns; the central governments,
central banks, and other official institutions of foreign countries,
wherever located; and international and regional organizations,
wherever located. The term "foreigners" also includes persons in
the United States when it is known by reporting institutions that
they are acting on behalf of foreigners.

TABLE 62
1. Excludes deposits and U.S. Treasury securities held for international and regional organizations.
2. Marketable U.S. Treasury bills, notes, and bonds; and nonmarketable U.S. Treasury securities payable in dollars and in foreign currencies.
3. Earmarked gold is gold held for foreign and international
accounts; it is not included in the gold stock of the United States.

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TABLE 66
1. For a given month, total assets may not equal total liabilities
because some branches did not adjust the net position of the bank
in the branch to reflect unrealized paper profits and paper losses
caused by changes in exchange rates, which are used to convert
foreign currency values into equivalent dollar values.

TABLE 67
1. The banking offices covered by these data are the U.S. offices
and foreign branches of U.S.-owned banks and of U.S. subsidiaries
of foreign-owned banks. Offices nor covered include (1) U.S. agencies and branches of foreign banks, and (2) foreign subsidiaries of
U.S. banks. To minimize duplication, the data are adjusted to
exclude the claims on foreign branches held by a U.S. office or
another foreign branch of the same banking institution. The data
in this table combine foreign branch claims in table 66 (the sum
of lines 6 through 9) with the claims of U.S. offices in table 57
(excluding those held by agencies and branches of foreign banks
and those constituting claims on own foreign branches).
The claims of the U.S. offices in this table include only banks'
own claims payable in dollars.
2. In addition to the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries shown individually, this group includes other members of
OPEC (Algeria, Gabon, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar,
Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates) as well as Bahrain and
Oman (not formally members of OPEC).
3. Excludes Liberia.
4. Includes Canal Zone beginning December 1979.
5. Foreign branch claims only.
6. Includes New Zealand, Liberia, and international and regional
organizations.

Part 2—Special Tables
TABLE 72
1. See the Board's Annual Reports for statements of condition
of the Federal Reserve Banks for other years.
2. Includes securities loaned—securities fully guaranteed by U.S.
government pledged with Federal Reserve Banks; and excludes any
securities sold and scheduled to be bought back under matched salepurchase transactions.
3. Such assets are revalued monthly at market exchange rates.
4. Includes reserves of all depository institutions.
5. Includes exchange-translation account reflecting the monthly
revaluation at market exchange rates of foreign exchange commitments.
6. Federal Reserve notes held by the Reserve Banks are exempt
from the collateral requirement.
7. Includes Federal Reserve notes held by U.S. Treasury and
by Federal Reserve Banks other than the issuing Bank.

TABLE 73

TABLE 68
1. Rates are mainly those at which the central bank either discounts or makes advances against eligible commercial paper or
government securities for commercial banks or brokers. For countries with more than one rate applicable to such discounts or advances, the rate shown is the one at which it is understood the
central bank transacts the largest proportion of its credit operations.
The compounded annual rate is based on the official rate per
day.
2. Minimum lending rate suspended as of August 20, 1981.
3. As of the end of February 1981, the rate is that at which the
Bank of France discounts Treasury bills for seven to ten days.

TABLE 69
1. Rates are for three-month interbank loans except for Canada,
finance company paper; Belgium, three-month Treasury bills; and
Japan, Gensaki rate.

TABLE 70
1. Index of weighted-average exchange value of U.S. dollar
against currencies of other Group of Ten (G-10) countries plus
Switzerland. Weights are 1972-76 global trade of each of the 10
countries. Series revised as of August 1978 (see Federal Reserve
Bulletin, vol. 64, August 1978, page 700).

TABLE 71
1. Averages of certified noon buying rates in New York for
cable transfers.




1. This item includes depreciation of furniture, furnishings, and
fixtures, which was reported under equipment in earlier years.
2. Reported under "All other** in earlier years.
3. This item includes expenses for labor and materials temporarily capitalized and charged to activities when the products are
consumed.
4. The total expense for Richmond has been adjusted to exclude
$3,437,662, which was allocated to the expenses of other Federal
Reserve Banks for operation of the Federal Reserve Communications System.
5. This item includes unrealized gains and losses.
>
6. For additional details, see the Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System, 68th Annual Report, 1981 (1982), pages
207-10. '

TABLE 74
1. Number excludes banks that have banking facilities only;
banking facilities are shown separately; see note 2,
Except for the following, branches and additional offices are
located in the same state as the parent bank. (In this table these
branches are shown according to their own location rather than that
of the parent bank.)
Type and location of bank
1 national in New Jersey
1 national in California
1 noninsured unincorporated
in New York
3 insured nonmember in
Puerto Rico

Number and location
of branches
1 in Pennsylvania
3 in Washington and 1
in Oregon
1 in Massachusetts and
1 in Pennsylvania
17 in New York and 1 in
California in 1981

2. As of December 31, 1981, includes 14 state member noninsured trust companies and 2 noninsured national trust companies.
3. Banking facilities (other than branches) that are provided at
military and other government establishments through arrangements
made by the Treasury; 85 banks operated such facilities and 17 had
no other type of branch or facility in 1981.

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TABLE 75
1. Includes all commercial banking offices (including facilities)
on which checks are drawn. There were no nonpar banking offices
as of December 31, 1981.
2. Other areas are Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American
Samoa, and Guam. For purposes of Regulation J (Collection of
Checks and Other Items by Federal Reserve Banks), Puerto Rico
and the Virgin Islands are assigned to the New York District,
American Samoa and Guam to the San Francisco District.

4. Companies whose only bank subsidiary is also a subsidiary
of another, unrelated bank holding company are included.
5. Data for each state represent the number t>f bank holding
companies or groups having subsidiary banks in that state rather
than the number of registered bank holding companies or groups
whose principal offices are located in the state.
6. The total does not necessarily equal the sum of the figures
for states because it has been corrected for duplications; that is,
holding companies or groups that have subsidiary banks in more
than one state are included in the total only once.
7. S = statewide branching; L = limited branching; U = unit
banking.

TABLE 76-A
1. Figures include all banks in Alaska and Hawaii, but exclude
nonmember banks in territories and possessions.
2. As of December 31, 1981, includes 14 state member noninsured and 2 noninsured national trust companies.
3. Figures exclude new banks organized to succeed operating
banks.

TABLE 76-B
1. Provided at military and other government establishments
through arrangements made by the U.S. Treasury Department.

TABLE 77
1. S = statewide branching; L = limited branching; U = unit
banking.
SOURCES: Compiled from unpublished data from the Board of
Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation.

TABLES 80 and 81
1. Data exclude 16 noninsured trust companies that are members
of the Federal Reserve System.
2. This item is unavailable for all or some of the banks because
of the lesser detail available from banks without foreign offices,
the inapplicability of certain items to banks that have only domestic
offices, the absence of detail on a fully consolidated basis for banks
with foreign offices, and the absence of detail for banks, with assets
less than $100 million and with domestic offices only, that complete
an abbreviated set of reports.
3. The number of full-time equivalent employees on payroll and
the number of banks are as of the end of the year.

TABLE 82
1. Minority-owned banks are defined as those in which more
than 50 percent of the stock is owned by minority groups, as well
as those independently controlled by minority group members.
The following tabulation shows numbers of minority-owned banks
for 1981 classified in two ways:
By type of minority

TABLE 78
1. Number in parentheses is total of banking organizations in
state.
2. Independent bank.

Black
Hispanic
Women
Asian
American Indian

By type of bank charter

46
29
8
9
3

Federal Reserve member
National
State

47
1

Nonmember state

47

TABLE 83
TABLE 79
1. Companies included are those that have reported to the Board
of Governors of the Federal Reserve System pursuant to the requirements of the Bank Holding Company Act; the number includes
some companies that have filed registration statements, but whose
holding company status has not yet been determined by the Board.
Lists showing the names, offices, total assets, and total deposits
of the subsidiary banks in the holding company groups (both domestic and domestic including foreign) for 1981 are available from
Publications Services, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
System, Washington, D.C. 20551.
Figures exclude banking subsidiaries located in Puerto Rico and
holding companies whose only banking subsidiaries are located in
Puerto Rico.
2. Companies that are subsidiaries of other bank holding companies are eliminated.
3. Branches include locations other than the bank's head office;
that is, domestic branches, customer-bank communication terminals
(CBCTs), facilities, foreign branches and subsidiares, and Edge
Act and Agreement corporations, when applicable.

232



1. Outside Treasury and Federal Reserve Banks.
2. Paper currency only; $1 silver coins reported under coin.
SOURCE. Condensed from U.S. Treasury Department, Statement
of United States Currency and Coin.

TABLE 84
1. Includes deferred profit-sharing funds and pension funds of
corporations, unions, multiemployer groups, and nonprofit organizations.
2. Includes Foreign Service Retirement and Disability Trust Fund.

TABLE 85
1. Rates are reported on an annual percentage rate basis as specified in Regulation Z (Truth in Lending) of the Board of Governors.
Commercial bank rates are "most common" rates for direct loans
with specified maturities; finance company rates are weighted av-

erages for purchased contracts on mobile homes and other consumer
goods, and for direct personal loans. For description of data, see
Federal Reserve Bulletin* vol. 59 (September 1973), pages 64145.

2. Excludes subordinated borrowing.
3. Excludes subordinated indebtedness, which is included in the
item "Credit balances and money borrowed" (line 30) above.

TABLE 86
TABLE 88
1. Annual data for bank lending under Regulation U ceased to
be collected after June 1977.
2. Includes data for firms that are members of the American
Stock Exchange but not of the New York Stock Exchange that
report directly to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
System.
3. Includes some credit extended to purchase and carry convertible bonds.
4. Credit extended to finance purchases through qualified stock
option and employee stock purchase plans.

TABLE 87
1. These are members only of the American Stock Exchange;
AMEX firms that are also members of the New York Stock Exchange are included under NYSE.




1. American Council of Life Insurance data for new commitments of $100,000 and over each on mortgages for multifamily
and nonresidential nonfarm properties, most of which are located
in the United States. The series covers 20 companies with 61 percent
of industry assets and 67 percent of nonfarm mortgages.
2. Averages, which are based on number of loans, vary in part
with loan composition by type and location of property, type and
purpose of loan, and loan amortization and prepayment terms. Data
for the following are limited to cases for which information was
available or estimates could be made: capitalization rate (net stabilized property earnings divided by property value); debt-coverage
ratio (net stabilized earnings divided by debt service); and percent
constant (annual level payment, including principal and interest,
per $100 of debt). All statistics exclude construction loans, increases in existing loans in a company's portfolio, reapprovals, and
loans secured by land only.

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Part 4—Index to Tables




Index to Tables
References are to table numbers, not page numbers

Acceptances, bankers (See Bankers acceptances)
Agricultural loans, commercial banks, 17, 18, 19, 20(A), 25
Assets
Banking organizations, percentage of total assets held by ten
largest, 78
Banks in holding company groups, 79
Pension funds, 84
Assets and liabilities (See also Foreigners)
Banks, by classes, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20(A)
Domestic finance companies, 42
Federal Reserve Banks, 10(A), 72
Minority-owned banks, 82
Nonfinancial corporations, 40
Savings institutions, 28
Automobiles
Consumer installment credit, 46, 47
Production, 52
Bank holding company groups, 80
Bankers acceptances, 9, 23(B), 26, 73
Bankers balances, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 (See also Foreigners)
Banking offices
Banks in holding company groups, 79
In operation, number and changes, 74, 76, 77
Par, number, 75
Banks for Cooperatives, 35
Bonds (See also U.S. government securities)
New issues, 37
Rates, 1(A.2)
Branch banks, 66, 74, 76(B)
Budget, U.S. (See Federal finance)
Business activity, nonfinancial, 50
Business expenditures on new plant, equipment, 41
Business loans (See Commercial and industrial loans)
Capacity utilization, 50, 51(C)
Capital accounts
Banks, by classes, 16, 17, 18, 19
Federal Reserve Banks, 10(A), 72
Central banks, 68
Certificates of deposit, 20(B), 26
Commercial and industrial loans
Commercial banks, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 25
Weekly reporting banks, 20, 21
Commercial banks
Assets and liabilities, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20(A)
Banking offices, number and changes, 74, 76, 77
Banking organizations, percentage of total assets and deposits
held by ten largest, 78
Business loans, 24
Commercial and industrial loans, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 25
Consumer loans held, by type, and finance rates, 46, 47, 85




Commercial banks—Continued
Loans and securities, 15
Loans sold outright, 20(B)
Number, by classes, 17, 18, 19
Real estate mortgages held, by type of holder and property, 45
Time and savings deposits, l(A.l, B)
Commercial paper, l(A.2) f 23(A), 26, 42
Condition statements (See Assets and liabilities)
Construction, 50
Consumer installment credit, 46, 47, 85
Consumer prices, 50
Corporations
Nonfinancial, assets and liabilities, 40
Profits and their distribution, 39
Security issues, 37
Cost of living (See Consumer prices)
Credit unions, 28(D), 46, 47
(See also Thrift institutions)
Currency and coin, 16, 17, 18, 19
Currency in circulation, 2, 13, 83
Customer credit, stock market, 27(B, C, D), 86, 87
Debits to deposit accounts, 11; 12
Debt (See specific types of debt or securities)
Demand deposits
Banks, by classes, 11, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
Ownership by individuals, partnerships, and corporations, 22
Turnover, 11
Depository institutions
Borrowings at Reserve Banks, 3, 10(A, C)
Reserve requirements, 6
Reserves and related items, l(A.l, B), 2, 3, 14, 72
Deposits (See also specific types)
Banking organizations, percentage of total deposits held by ten
largest, 78
Banks, by classes, l(A.l, B), 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 28(B)
Banks in holding company groups, 79
Federal Reserve Banks, 2, 10(A), 72
Turnover, 11, 12
Discount rates at Federal Reserve Banks and at foreign central banks
(See Interest rates)
Discounts and advances by Federal Reserve Banks (See Loans)
Dividends
Corporate, 39
Federal Reserve Banks, 73
Member banks, 81
Dollar, U.S., index of weighted-average value, 70
Employment, 50
Eurodollars, 26
Farm mortgage loans, 45
Federal agency obligations, 2, 9, 10(A, C), 34(A, B), 72

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Federal credit agencies, 35
Federal finance
Debt subject to statutory limit, types and ownership, 31
Receipts and outlays, 29, 30
Treasury financing of surplus, or deficit, 29
Treasury operating balance, 29
Federal Financing Bank, 29, 35
Federal funds, 1(A.2), 4, 20(A), 26, 29
Federal Home Loan Banks, 35
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, 35, 44, 45
Federal Housing Administration, 35, 44, 45
Federal Intermediate Credit Banks, 35
Federal Land Banks, 35, 45
Federal National Mortgage Association, 35, 44, 45
Federal Reserve Banks
Capital stock, 72
Condition statement, 10(A), 72
Discount rates (See Interest rates)
Interest, expenses, and dividends, 73
Payments to U.S. Treasury on earnings, 73
Surplus, 73
U.S. government securities held, 2, 10(A, C), 32, 33, 72
Federal Reserve credit, 2, 3, 10(A, C), 72
Federal Reserve notes, 10(A, B), 72, 73
Federally sponsored credit agencies, 35
Finance companies
Assets and liabilities, 42
Business credit, 43
Loans, 20(A), 46, 47, 85
Paper, 23(A), 26
Finance rates (See Interest rates)
Financial institutions, loans to, 20(A)
Float, 2
Flow of funds, 48, 49
Foreign currency operations, 10(A), 72, 73
Foreign deposits in U.S. banks, 2, 10(A), 20(A), 72
Foreign exchange rates, 71
Foreigners
Claims on, 57, 58, 59, 60, 65, 66, 67
Liabilities to, 20, 55, 56, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 66
Gold
Certificate account, 10(A), 72
Stock, 2, 54
Government National Mortgage Association, 35, 44, 45
Income, personal, 50
Income and expenses
Insured commercial banks, 80
Member banks, 81
Industrial production, 50, 52
Installment loans, 46, 47, 85
Insurance companies, 28(C), 32, 33, 45, 88
Insured commercial banks, 17, 18, 19, 74, 76, 80
Interest rates
Bonds, 1(A.2)
Business loans of banks, 25
Federal Reserve Banks, 1(A.2), 5
Foreign central banks, 68
Foreign countries, 69
Installment credit, selected types, 85
Money and capital markets, 1(A.2), 27
Mortgages, 1(A.2), 44
Prime rate, 24
Time and savings deposits, 8
International capital transactions of United States, 53-67
International organizations, 55, 56, 57, 61, 62, 63
Investment companies, issues and assets, 38

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Investments (See also specific types)
Banks, by classes, 16, 28(B)
Commercial banks, l(A.l, B), 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
Federal Reserve Banks, 10(A, C), 72
Savings institutions, 28, 45, 88
Life insurance companies (See Insurance companies)
Loans (See also specific types)
Banks, by classes, 17, 21, 22, 28(B)
Commercial banks, l(A.l, B), 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25
Federal Reserve Banks, 1(A.2), 2, 3, 5, 10(A, C), 72, 73
Insured or guaranteed by United States, 44, 45
Savings institutions, 28, 45, 88
Manufacturing
Capacity utilization, 50, 51(C)
Employment, 50
Production, 51 (A)
Margin accounts, brokers' detailed debit and credit balances, 87
Margin regulations, credit subject to, by type, 86
Margin requirements, 7
Member banks (See also Depository institutions)
Banking offices, number and changes, 74, 76
Federal funds and repurchase agreements, 4
Income and expenses, 81
Reserve requirements, 6
Reserves and related items l(A.l, B)
Monetary and credit aggregates, 1, 14
Money and capital market rates (See Interest rates)
Money stock measures and components, l(A.l, B), 13
Mortgages (See Real estate loans)
Mutual funds (See Investment companies)
Mutual savings banks, 20, 28(B), 32, 33, 45, 46, 47, 74, 76
(See also Thrift institutions)
National banks, offices in operation, number, changes, 74, 76
National defense outlays, 30(B)
Nonmember banks
Banking offices, number and changes, 74, 76
Income and expenses, 80
Open market transactions, 9
Par banking offices, number, 75
Pension funds, assets, 84
Personal income, 50
Prices
Consumer and producer, 50
Stock market, 27(A)
Prime rate, 24
Producer prices, 50
Production, 50, 52
Profit and loss, Federal Reserve Banks, 73
Profits, corporate, 39
Real estate loans
Banks, by classes, 17, 18, 19, 20(A)
Rates, terms, yields, and activity, 1(A.2), 44
Savings institutions, 28
Type of holder and property mortgaged, 45
Repurchase agreements and federal funds, 4, 20(A)
Reserve requirements, 6
Reserves
Commercial banks, 16, 17
Depository institutions, 2, 3, 14, 72
Federal Reserve Banks, 72
Member banks, l(A.l, B)
U.S. reserve assets, 54

Residential mortgage loans, 44
Retail credit, 46, 47, 85
Retail sales, 50
Saving, flow of funds, 48, 49
Savings and loan associations, 28(A), 33, 45, 46, 47
(See also Thrift institutions)
Savings deposits (See Time and savings deposits)
Savings institutions, assets and liabilities, 28
Securities (See also U.S. government securities)
Credit reported by lenders, 27(B, C, D), 86, 87
Federal and federally sponsored credit agencies, 35
Foreign transactions, 63
New issues, 36, 37
Prices, 27(A)
Special drawing rights
Allocations, 53
Certificate account, 2, 10(A, B), 72
Holdings, 48, 53, 54
State and local governments
Deposits, 20(A)
Holdings of U.S. government securities, 32, 33
New security issues, 36
Ownership of securities issued by, 28(B, C)
Rates on securities, 1(A.2)
State member banks, offices in operation, 76, 77
Stock market, 27
Stocks (See also Securities)
New issues, 37
Prices, 27(A)




Tax receipts, federal, 30(A)
Thrift institutions, l(A.l, B) (See also Credit unions, Mutual savings banks, and Savings and loan associations)
Time and savings deposits, l(A.l, B), 8, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
Treasury currency and Treasury cash, 2
Treasury deposits, 2, 10(A), 29, 72
Treasury operating balance, 29
United States government balances
Commercial bank holdings, 20(A)
Treasury deposits at Reserve Banks, 2, 10(A), 29, 72
U.S. government securities
Bank holdings, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20(A), 33
Dealers' transactions, positions, and financing, 34
Federal Reserve Bank holdings and earnings, 2, 10(A, C), 32,
33, 72, 73
Foreign and international holdings and transactions, 10(A), 32,
63, 64
Open market transactions, 9
Outstanding, by type and ownership, 32, 33
Ownership of securities issued by, 28(B, C)
Rates, 1(A.2), 26
U.S. international capital transactions, 53-67
Veterans Administration, 44, 45
Weekly reporting banks, 20, 21
Wholesale (producer) prices, 50
Yields (See Interest rates)

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