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

ANNUAL STATISTICAL DIGEST

1982




December 1983

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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, like those for 1980 and 1981,
covers data for only a single year—in this case, 1982 unless
data were revised for earlier years; exceptions are noted in
the Table of Contents. The DIGEST serves to maintain the
historical series published in Banking and Monetary Statistics, 1949-1970, and the DIGEST, 1970-1979. In 1985, a
DIGEST containing data for 1980-84 will appear; and there-




after, 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 1983.
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 data are shown in millions 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 1982. 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, 1, Quarterly changes (monetary and credit aggregates) (1979-82)
A.2. Quarterly (interest rates)
B.
Monthly changes (monetary and credit aggregates only) (1979-82)
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
Reserve requirements of depository institutions, December 31, 1982
Margin requirements (1968-82)
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
Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks (1970-82)
A.
Seasonally adjusted
B.
Not seasonally adjusted
Measures and components of the money stock (1979-82)
A.
Seasonally adjusted
B.
Not seasonally adjusted
Aggregate reserves of depository institutions and monetary base (1979-82)
A.
Adjusted for changes in reserve requirements
B.
Not adjusted for changes in reserve requirements
Loans and securities of all commercial banks
A.
Seasonally adjusted
B.
Not seasonally adjusted




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4
6
7
10
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14
15
17
19
19
20
20
20
21
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23
23
24
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32
33
34
35
36
37

Contents—Continued

15.
16.

17.

18.

19.

20.

21.
22.
23.

24.
25.
26.
27.

28.

29.

Major npndeposit funds of commercial banks
Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series
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, 1982
B.
June 30, 1982
C
September 30, 1982
D.
December 31, 1982
Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over—Domestic offices
A.
March 31, 1982
B.
June 30, 1982
C.
September 30, 1982
D.
December 31, 1982
Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities—Domestic offices
A.
March 31, 1982
B.
June 30, 1982
C.
September 30, 1982
D.
December 31, 1982
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 (1980-82)
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 (1980-82)
B.
Mutual savings banks
C.
Life insurance companies (1981-82)
P.
Credit unions (1981-82)
Federal fiscal and financing operations




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45
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
76
78
79
80
80
81
81
83
84
89
89
89
89
90
91
91
92
93

30.
31.
32.
33.
34.

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

50.
51.

52.
53.
54.
55.
56.

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
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-en^ investment companies
Corporate profits and their distribution (1980-82)
Current assets and liabilities of nonfmancial corporations (1980-82)
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 (1979-82)
Installment credit—Total outstanding, and net change (1981-82)
Installment credit—Extensions and liquidations (1981-82)
Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, December 31, 1982
A.
All sectors
B.
Private nonbank financial institutions
Flow of funds accounts, 1971-82
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
Labor force, employment, and unemployment
Industrial production
Housing and construction
Consumer and producer prices
Gross national product and income




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95
96
96
97
98
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104
105
106
107
108
108
108
109
109
110
110
Ill
112
114
116
118
120
122
124
126
128

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129
129
130
131
133
134
135

Contents—Continued

57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
66.
67.
68.
69.
70.
71.
72.
73.

74.
75.
76.
77.
78.

Personal income and saving
Summary of U.S. international transactions (1981-82)
U.S. foreign trade
,
U.S. reserve assets ....,
Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions (1981-82)
A.
By type
B.
B y 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 (1981-82)
Banks' own and domestic customers' claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars,
reported by banks in the United States (1981-82)
Banks' own claims on unaffiliated foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States (December 1980-82)
Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies, reported by banks
in the United States (December 1980-82)
Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign holdings and transactions (1981-82)
Foreign official assets held at Federal Reserve Banks
Foreign transactions in securities (1981-82)
Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States (December 1979-82)
Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States (December 1979-82)
Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks
Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
A.
March 31, 1982
B.
June 30, 1982
C.
September30, 1982
D.
December 31T 1982
Claims on foreign countries held by U.S. offices and foreign branches of U.S.-chartered banks
(1981-82)
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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139
140
141
144
147
150
151
151
152
153
154
156
158
160
164
169
174
179
184
185
185
185
186

Part 2—Special Tables
79.
80.

Statement of condition of Federal Reserve Banks, December 31, 1982
Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks




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192

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82.
83.

84.
85.
86.

87.

88.

89.
90.
91.
92.
93.
94T
95.

Banks and branches—Number in operation, December 31, 1982, by state
Number of par banking offices, December 31, 1982
t.
Banking offices in the United States^Number, and changes in number, December 31, 1982
A.
Banks (head offices), by type
B.
Branches, additional offices, and facilities, by type of bank
Changes in offices of commercial banks and nondeposit trust companies during 1982-^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, 1982
Denominations of U.S. currency in circulation
Assets of pension funds (1971-82)
A.
Totals for private and public funds
B.
Types held by private noninsured funds
Terms of consumer installment credit
Security credit reported by nonbank lenders subject to margin regulations, June 30, 1982
Detailed debit and credit balances at brokers carrying margin accounts, June 30, 1982
Commitments of life insurance companies for income-property mortgages (1980r-82)

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196
197
198
199
210
210
211
218
225
228
230
232
234
236
237
237
237
238
238
239
240

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

T

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259

Part 4—Index to Tables
Index to tables




;

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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

1979
Item

1980

Qi
Member bank reserves
Total
Required
Nonborrowed
Monetary base^

5
6
7
8

.

...

-2 6
—2 5
-7 5

77

11 3
10.5
42

6.1

8.9

54
6.5
8.7

Concepts of money and liquid assets3
Ml
M2
M3
L

. .

-2.3
-2.2
-2.9

6.4

1
2
3
4

Q2

95

11.3

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
9
Total
10
Savings4
1 1 Small-denomination time^
12
Large-denomination time**
13 Thrift institutions7

7.4

Q3
53

9.1

65
85

36
5.4

69
67

-3 9

76

72

44
60

7.3

8.0

73

9.4

92
13.1

33
-5 9
23 3

10.9
-18 0
30.2

260
4.5

75
-14 3
25 6
11 8
12

12 4
-19 3
35 2
13 9

7.3

92

7.9

6
7.3

13 4

14.2

1
2
3
4

Member bank reserves
Total
Required
Non borrowed
Monetary base^

5
6
7
8

Concepts of money and liquid assets^
Ml
M2
M3
L

.

.

Q2

Q3

Q4

5.2
6.1

75
41

89
10.0
10 8

11.5

9.3

31
10.1
12 7
13.4

16.0
-28.3
28.5
33.4

11.9
-8 9
16.2
11 1

1.2

18.4
-227
24.4
30.6

2.3

3.2

3.6
3.1

11 1

14 Total loans and securities at commercial banks

3.4
24

-1 5
62

49
6.8
109

..

5.5
64

5.0

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
9
Total
10
Savings4
.
1 1 Small-denomination time5
12
Large-denomination time**
13 Thrift institutions7

55
12 7

13 2
11 8
3o

103

160

94
86
10 6
10 1

15 2
13 8
10 6

40

58
18 5
28
-3 6
11 4

15 3
26 8
87

21

69

13 1

15 3

2

1982

10 7

.

Q4

90

1981

Ql

65

69
60

10 4
10.6
11 7
13.5

9.0

74

Q3

Q2
-7
-4

15.5

14 Total loans and securities at commercial banks*

Ql
83

5.0

-5 6
25.0
16 5
-8.9

-11 8
18.4
17 4

Q4

84

87

36

3.1
3.5
109

Ql
7.5

Q2

Q3

.6

4.8

Q4

38

71
-9
78

1 i
42
71

46
11 2
65

14.8
13 9
16 5
83

32

10 6

9.6
106

87

61

13 1

109

93

12 5
12 1

95
na

14 8
-7.1
-25 4
57

11.7

86
10.2

32
70
86
10 4

8.3

7.5

17.1

-11.9
20.7

87

20

9.8
88

23.8
19 1

1.3

4.1

17.8
-9 7
21.4
19 6
-6.6

26

84

63

.4

6.0

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

1982
Item

Ql
1
2
3
4

Short-term rates
Federal funds9
Discount window borrowing '^
..
Treasury bills (3-month secondary market)"
Commercial paper (3-month)"' '^
Long-term rates
Bonds

7

Aaa utility (new issue) '^




Q2

Q3

Q4

14.23
12.00
12.81
13.81

14.52
12.00
12.42
13.81

11.01
10.83
9.32
11.15

9.28
9.25
7.90
8.80

14.27
13.02
15.69
17.10

13.74
12.33
15.75
16.63

12.94
11.39
14.25
15.65

10.72
9.90
12.08
13.79

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

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1979
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

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
9 Total
10 Savings4
11 Small-denomination time5
12 Large-denomination time6
13 Thrift institutions7
14 Total loans and securities
at commercial banks"

4.7
1.7
18.5
8.0

9.5
9.9
19.4
9.3

2.1
1.7
5.4
10.0

8.7
9.9
-.6
10.9

18.8
15.9
-6.2
11.5

3.3
4.3
79
3,9

18.8
16.0
36.3
7.3

4.5
7.5
8.5
12.9

15.1
12.9
11.8
18.3

12.7
10.0
11.0
11.4

6,9
11.0
12.6
11.4

6.3
9.4
13.8
13.4

1.6
3.0
6.6
6.5

3
2.2
14
1.8

75
5,2
52
4.5

3.3
-9 7
29.7
-6.6
5.3

3.3
-6.3
25.5
6.0
4.5

1.1
.0
23.2
-3.0
9.6

12.0
-70
21.6
21.7
9.0

13.2
-7.0
29.1
21.9
10.4

15.9
-9.4
24.6
37.2
7.9

10.3
-23.9
27,3
38.9
2.2

15 0

11.5

15 1

15 0

10.8

18.0

45

-2 4

10 1

6.1
52
29.4
8.5

3.8
10
3.2
8.1

13.2
127
4.1
12.3

19.1
20.8
-3.5
9.8

3.4
57
3.6
10.3

27 5
17 0
23
12.1

14
16
144
4.6

16.0
169
14.1
90

14.9
16 7
14.2
98

21.3
15 8
15.7
15 0

16.0
10.7
10.4
8.8

10.2
75
9.5
76

41
89
12 0
12 5

-7.2
-2
65
94

7
28
11 8
27.7
-6.0
25.1
-4
17.3 -2.6
14.8 -19.7 -12.3
6.3
11 2
10 6

89
16.2
3.5
6.7
14.7

12,5
8.3
7.4
16.5
11.2

10 8
2.5
91
25.9
66

25 9
17 7
1 9 -41.6
29 7
30 2
48.4
344
90
36

-.1

16.5

7.7

10.5

17 4

-.3 -3.3
-1.0
-2.0
2.5 -35,5
7.4
4.3

9.8 -189
10.5 -18,8
5.0 -18 3
2.1
9.7

-.9
1.0
-1.6
6.7

50
7.1
• 8 7
10.9

9.2
9.4
9.9
13.9

12.4
8.8
84
11.2

2.5
9.1
-15 6 -102
12.4
26.0
13.4
17.3
9.3
6.0

5.2
-6
14.8
1.8
10.5

104

13 0

1.3
4.5
58
8.1

21 9

9.9
1.8
-26 5 -14 2
17.7
43.9
2.7
7.6
2.2
2.6

1980
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

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
9 Total
10 Savings4
1 1 Small-denomination time5
12 Large-denomination time6
13 Thrift institutions 7 . . . . . .
14 Total loans and securities 8
at commercial banks .




4
4.5
6.8
54
18
96
15.6 -146 -38.0
7.6
8.1
11.1
7.4
60
6.3
83

129
11 7
13 3
13 8

.0 -10.7
- 4 -10 1
42.2
13.9
4.1
4.7

-1.8 -24.0
5 7 -64
6.9 -2.5
84
30

14 1
17 0
56
99
-6.9 -16.3 -21.6 -44.0
42 2
240
56 6
18 9
19.2
18.5
19.8
11.4
16
2 9 -24
-1.5
9.2

13.9

8.8

-1.7

6.2
92
10.2
86

-3.3

8.2

18.2

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

Item

Apr.

Mar.

Feb.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

-3.8

A
-1 8
17.5
31

Dec.

19 81
1
2
3
4

Member bank reserves
Total
Required .
Nonborrowed
Monetary base^

5
6
7
8

Concepts of money and liquid assets3
Ml
..
M2
M3
L

1,7
6.4
12.0
28

7.5
5.9
1L9

.1
9
3.3

11.0
13 4
21.7

49

50

9.2

13.2
14.4
12.3

14 Total loans and securities
at commercial banks'*

8 1
-21 1
17.1
IB 8

16,5
-8 4

1.4

-12

11.4

...

18 9
-45.8
36.9
44 7

.0

Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
9
Total
1 0 Savings4 . . .
11
Small-denomination time5
12
Large-denomination time**
13 Thrift institutions7

12.8

10.2
11.9
12.6

33

5 1

7.9

82

7

5.5
9.2
-5.7
10 2
14.7
10.4

9.5
5.5

69
-2.1
11.6

-98
-1.9

66

5.0
2.2

2.5
2.5

3.6
.0
5.2
9,1

.6
8.6

1.8
34

12.3

14.9

.8
-1.8

7.4
30

-24.7

10.7
27

11.6

6
5.2

5.0

1 3

-1.1

5,6

8.5

11
12
13
11

9
8
0
3

5.9

5.3

12.6
14.2

10.3
12.5
11.6

14.7
15.9
16.3

22 6
-16.6
19.1
48.4

15 6
-20.4
21.5
31.0

193
-21.4
18.9
31.5

20 8
-32.7
36.1
27.8

3,9

3.1

.8

6.1

9.6
3.9

62
-168
22.2
-4
4,9

16.2

9.7

6.7

8.6

5.2

56

2.2
3.8

-1.6
-1.8
14 8

8.8
8.9

23.6
21.5

- 5

14 5

108

7.7

2.8

6.8

12.2

9.4
-89
23 8
6.7

17.5
17 8
13 4
6.1

12,9
100
12 7
10 4

2.7

10.3
14.5
18.1
10.9

12.8

10.6
12.3
13.5

14.3
8.0
9.3
10.8

13.6
9.5
9.3
n.a.

10.6
90
3.8
n a.

22.9
-21,8
29.1
27.4

16.5
-8 4
20.3
13 6

4.1
54
8.8

.8

6.1

3.9

,4
20 7
-9.6
11 3
4.9

6.3

62

54

70

12.1

7.0
10.0
11.3

98
-22.4
23.7

-.6
8.2
8.1
11.2

7.2
11,4
12.2
12.2

12 9
9.6
100
7.7

69
85
17.0
-64
.7

1 6
46
.0
^8
20.0

3 3 -10 1

19 82
\
2
3
4

Member bank reserves
Total
Required . . .
Nonborrowed
Monetary base2 . . * .

2.9

2.4
5.2

2.2
-.5
170
8.6

22.9
20.0
-5 0
11.5

-14,0
-10 5
-23 3

1 0
10 8

2.9

4.0

9.2

19.6
10.2

.5
3.8
5.4

1.6
87

7.7
10.3

10.7

1.9
4.1
7.2
7.7

5.0

, .

11.1

199

8

15.7
- 8
28.8
17 7
-1.9

18.1
-1 5
20.9
16 6

3.9

250
3.1

88

8.2

57

2 1

3

5
6
7
g

9
10
11
12
13

Concepts of money and liquid assets
Ml
M2
....
M3
L
Time and savings deposits
Commercial banks
Total
Savings4
Small -denomination time^
Large-dertomination time**
Thrift institutions7

14 Total loans and securities
at commercial banks'*




14 5

.

10.6
11 1

4.4
88
.0

16.1
21 4

1.4

13 6
25 1
17 9
-2.2

3.9

10 3

82

8.3
10.1

9.0
12.0

2.7
9.0
10.4
13.2

17.3
-4 5
15.8

8.5
8.3
7,2

1 i

-3.2 -15 1
35 4 -3 7
-.6 -71 0
-7 4 -258 1
.7 - 2 0
103

11 6

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1982
A. Annual and monthly averages
Millions of dollars
Factor

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
152,842

152,297

150,356

146,668

150,361

151,333

151,941

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

131,359
130,680
679
9,090
8,993
97
149
1,051
1,932
9,261

127,473
126,112
1,361
9,184
9,084
100
156
1,517
4,494
9,473

126,948
125,599
1,349
9,102
9.044
58 .
165
1,789
3,018
9,334

124,600
124,303
297
9,035
9,017
18
47
1,610
2,274
9,102

127,526
126,542
984
9,123
9,010
113
150
1,581
2,629
9,352

129,686
128,964
722
9,123
9,008
115
164
1,105
2,167
9,088

130,737
130,408
329
9,077
9,004
73
149
1,205
2,034
8,739

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

11,149
3,814
13,774

11,151
3,559
13,801

11,150
3,568
13,723

11,150
3,660
13,744

11,149
3,818
13,758

11,149
3,818
13,774

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

11,151
3,318
13,777.

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

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

146,452
451

142,207
448

140,622
465

140,951
474

143,024
490

144,683
489

146,504
464

3,814
299
540

4,713
389
538

5,506
304
472

3,312
280
560

4,695
289
443

4,292
332
509

3,303
296
506

238
5,163
24,622

127
5,401
26,721

139
5,396
25,963

156
5,121
24,254

172
5,237
24,565

184
5,364
24,207

205
5,373
24,031

July

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

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

153,468

153,903

153,324

153,666

156,151

159,659

132,400
131,540
860
9,223
9,001
222
300
669
1,972
8,904

132,787
132,666
121
9,004
8,969
35
56
506
2,056
9,494

131,920
131,436
484
9,042
8,951
91
159
976
2,123
9,104

132,374
132,093
281
9,069
8,945
124
112
455
1,952
9,704

134,461
134,207
254
8,981
8,943
38
47
579
2,730
9,353

137,248
136,139
1,109
9,110
8,939
171
281
697
2,829
9,494

11,149
3,895
13,785

11,148
4,018
13,786

11,148
4,118
13,786

11,148
4,218
13,786

11,148
4,371
13,786

11,148
4,431
13,786

147,850
429

148,218
416

148,631
415

149,174
436

151,288
449

154,269
436

3,319
311
615

3,310
314
646

4,062
264
509

2,932
262
540

3,097
273
569

3,227
277
571

220
5,280
24,273

234
5,246
24,471

275
4,836
23,385

324
4,898
24,252

391
4,785
24,604

423
5,017
24,804

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

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

12 Gold stock
13 Special 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




2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1982—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures
Millions of dollars; end-of-week dates

Jan. 6

Jan. 13

Jan. 20

Jan. 27

Feb. 3

Feb, 10

Feb. 17

Feb. 24

Mar. 3

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

154,797

150,931

152,276

151,086

152,857

148,574

151,034

151,376

149,254

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

130,905
127,586
3,319
9,473
9,118
355
217
1,452
3,477
9,274

127,323
127,323
0
9,100
9,100
0
0
998
4,159
9,351

125,853
125,437
416
9,105
9,082
23
60
951
6,798
9,508

126,143
124,791
1,352
9,103
9,058
45
186
2,469
3,569
9,615

129,016
125,340
3,676
9,206
9,056
150
466
1,851
2,721
9,597

125,075
125,075
0
9,053
9,053
0
0
1,662
3,116
9,668

127,542
125,197
2,345
9,141
9,046
95
396
1,908
2,427
9,622

127,471
126,697
774
9,083
9,040
43
55
1,902
4,043
8,822

126,138
125,899
239
9,046
9,027
19
33
1,562
3,137
9,339

11,151
3,318
14,141

11,151
3,318
13,693

11,151
3,318
13,700

11,151
3,318
13,705

11,151
3,389
14,056

11,151
3,568
13,705

11,151
3,568
13,710

11,150
3,568
13,710

11,150
3,568
13,714

145,111
443

143,263
447

141,878
448

140,446
449

140,293
457

140,520
462

141,189
465

140,464
470

139,980
470

3,747
451
873

3,069
530
480

3,712
334
470

6,147
292
448

7,863
314
475

5,319
279
490

4,568
321
489

6,693
276
431

3,928
344
973

117
5,525
27,140

125
5,379
25,799

128
5,391
28,085

131
5,269
26,078

135
5,474
26,443

137
5,097
24,694

143
5,467
26,821

151
5,206
26,112

157
5,787
26,048

Mar. 10

Mar. 17

Mar. 24

Mar. 31

Apr. 7

Apr. 14

Apr. 21

Apr. 28

May5

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

144,961

146,815

147,269

146,407

147,408

148,694

152,150

150,809

156,441

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

122,473
122,067
406
9,060
9,024
36
50
1,446
3,138
8,794

125,074
124,631
443
9,028
9,013
15
55
1,462
2,188
9,009

125,383
125,383
0
9,013
9,013
0
0
1,652
2,108
9,113

124,426
124,198
228
9,025
9,013
12
70
1,656
2,059
9,172

124,622
123,755
867
9,038
9,013
25
172
1,480
2,968
9,128

125,592
125,592
0
9,011
9,011
0
0
1,335
3,535
9,222

129,436
128,109
1,327
9,117
9,008
109
209
1,653
2,393
9,342

128,370
128,055
315
9,058
9,008
50
27
1,823
1,996
9,534

132,639
129,080
3,559
9,654
9,008
646
498
1,499
2,122
10,029

11,150
3,568
13,717

11,150
3,568
13,720

11,150
3,568
13,727

11,150
3,568
13,729

11,150
3,568
13,734

11,150
3,568
13,737

~Tgi,150
3,639
13,750

11,150
3,818
13,752

11,149
3,818
13,756

140,809
471

141,326
472

141,058
475

140,902
481

142,054
487

143,702
491

143,477
490

142,831
490

143,427
490

3,630
253
382

3,074
287
488

3,329
286
448

3,097
284
416

3,938
243
471

3,626
307
435

4,258
247
380

4,788
255
487

9,773
583
523

165
5,065
22,622

156
5,090
24,360

164
5,050
24,905

165
5,134
24,376

169
5,219
23,280

172
5,073
23,343

174
5,261
26,402

111
5,295
25,205

177
5,520
24,671

Factor
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
18 Foreign
19 Other
20 Required clearing balances
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . . .
22 Reserve accounts^

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
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, 1982—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures—Continued
Millions of dollars; end-of-week dates
May 12

May 19

May 26

June 2

June 9

June 16

June 23

June 30

July?

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

150,703

150,780

149,915

151,210

150,995

152,095

152,793

151,778

153,023

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 . . . . r
10 Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets

128 663
128,663
0
9,008
9 008
0
0
1,117
2 134
9,780

129 727
128,934
793
9,097
9008
89
233
966
1 751
9,006

129 340
128,784
556
9,084
9008
76
231
1,046
1 967
8,247

129,861
129,291
570
9,085
9,008
77
351
1,048
2,423
8,443

129,701
129,701
0
9,008
9,008
0

131,337
130,497
840
9,236
9,002
234
289
1,014
2,064
8,852

130 458
130,458

1,304
2,464
8,518

131,418
131,418
0
9,002
9,002
0
0
929
2,088
8,657

1,616
1 675
9,027

131 488
129,098
2 390
9,553
9001
552
744
1,070
1 589
8,578

11,149
3 818
13,756

11,149
3 818
13,756

11,149
3 818
13,757

11,149
3,818
13,767

11,149
3,818
13,768

11,149
3,818
13,772

11,149
3 818
13,777

1 1 , 149
3 818
13,781

1 1 , 149
3 818
13 781

144656
492

144 896
488

144 737
486

145,751
476

146,684
469

146,915
464

146,321
455

146 121
466

147 859
442

4 694
317
476

3 122
259
500

3 023
260
501

2,838
339
610

3,409
269
498

2,950
303
530

3 730
271
450

3 140
322
461

3 370
269
635

183
5,257
23 351

186
5,203
24 849

186
5,319
24 128

187
5,591
24,153

200
5,369
22,832

203
5,308
24,162

206
5,471
24,634

212
5,344
24460

213
5,134
23 850

July 14

July 21

July 28

Aug. 4

Aug. 11

Aug. 18

Aug. 25

Sept. 1

Sept. 8

153,060

155,454

152,579

153,432

153,769

154,854

153,804

153,195

152,702

131,678
131 200
478
9 120
9,001
119
96
559
2,866
8 742

134,155
133 214
941
9 312
9,001
311
488
594
1,988
8 916

132,219
132 219
0
9001
9,001
0
0
548
1,754
9057

131,952
131,952
0
9,001
9,001
0
0
679
2,216
9,584

131,844
131,647
197
9,061
8,988
73
102
369
2,345
10,048

133,776
133,607
169
9,006
8,955
51
66
482
1,909
9,615

133,282
133 282

132,092
132 092

609
1,858
9 100

132,991
132 821
170
8 988
8955
33
81
507
1,556
9073

11 149
3,818
13,786

11 149
3,875
13 786

11 149
4,018
13 786

11,149
4,018
13,786

11,149
4,018
13,786

11,148
4,018
13,786

11,148
4,018
13,786

11 148
4,018
13 786

11 148
4,018
13 786

148 804
432

147 916
424

147 124
419

147,485
417

148,558
416

148,763
414

148098
416

147 783
417

149 070
413

3 349
258
571

3 181
278
563

3 358
261
670

3 644
586
713

3 950
243
756

2 973
283
623

2 872
295
576

3 157
346
552

3 776
247
520

213
5,195
22 991

216
5,449
26238

221
5,330
24 148

221
5,364
23 955

231
5,267
23 302

234
5,284
25 233

236
5,210
25 052

247
5,030
24 614

268
4,630
22 729

Factor
SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS

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

o

o

9,002
9002

o
o

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^

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
1

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

..

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

o

8 955
8,955
0

o

o

8 954
8954
0

o

948
1 918
8 791

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^




2, Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1982—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures—Continued
Millions of dollars; end-of-week dates
Sept. 15

Sept. 22

Sept. 29

Oct. 6

Oct. 13

Oct. 20

Oct. 27

Nov. 3

153,044

153,823

152,749

153,834

152,566

155,737

153,777

153,630

131,273
131,020
253
8,973
8,950
23
94
1,330
2,292
9084

132,089
131,319
770
9,109
8,949
160
330
810
2,282
9,203

131,736
131,226
510
9,014
8,949
65
142
753
1,754
9350

132,212
131,008
1,204
9,537
8,949
588
472
606
1,636
9,371

131 389
131,389
0
8,947
8,947
0
0
365
2,291
9 574

133,593
133,011
582
9,048
8,943
105
140
516
2,730
9 710

132 752
132,752

132 280
132,280

8 943
8,943
0
0
452
1,731
9 900

8,943
8,943

458
1,858
10091

11,148
4,018
13,786

11,148
4,218
13,786

11,148
4,218
13,786

11,148
4,218
13,786

11,148
4,218
13,786

11,148
4,218
13,786

11,148
4,218
13,786

11,148
4,218
13,786

149 471
413

148 425
413

147 642
419

148 341
427

149 828
436

149 675
439

148 807
440

149 337
443

3,468
242
582

3,611
248
547

4,489
287
392

4,704
246
536

2,819
248
532

2,858
287
537

2,774
253
550

2,654
313
502

275
4,952
22,592

291
4,897
24,543

305
4,882
23,486

310
4,926
23,496

318
4,982
22,555

331
4,908
25,854

347
4,830
24,929

365
4,802
24,366

Nov. 10

Nov. 17

Nov. 24

Dec. 1

Dec. 8

Dec. 15

Dec. 22

Dec. 29

154,473

156,764

156,865

157,638

157,352

158,689

160,507

161,408

..

132,215
132,215
0
8943
8,943
0
0
722
2,669
9,924

134,879
134,626
253
9001
8,943
58
74
742
2,707
9,361

136,095
135,261
834
9049
8,943
106
129
467
2,331
8,794

135,689
135,689
0
8,943
8,943
0
0
622
3,357
9,027

135,508
135,508
0
8 943
8,943
0
0
437
3,228
9,235

137,166
136,700
466
9 089
8,938
151
75
703
2,347
9,308

138 177
136,751
1 426
9 097
8,937
160
204
546
2,938
9,544

137,766
135,808
1,958
9 156
8,937
219
599
690
3,390
9,806

..

11,148
4 304
13,786

11,148
4,418
13,786

11,148
4418
13,786

11,148
4,418
13,786

11,148
4418
13,786

11,148
4,418
13,786

11,148
4 418
13,786

11,148
4,418
13,786

150 631
449

151,535
452

151,512
451

152,340
444

152,814
440

153,853
438

154 610
434

155,707
438

3,256
256
463

3,108
259
596

2,871
277
593

3,255
276
708

3,034
234
755

3,341
272
524

2,959
279
538

3,328
331
340

382
4,818
23 457

394
4,786
24,987

402
4,764
25 347

409
4,808
24,748

416
5,143
23 869

422
4,910
24,281

426
4,942
25 671

430
5,050
25,136

Factor
SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

.

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

....

..

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

o

o
o
o

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*' . .

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
2 U S government securities1
,. .
3 Bought outright
4 Held under repurchase agreements
5 Federal agency securities
6 Bought outright ,
7 Held under repurchase agreements
8 Acceptances
9 Loans
10 Float
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets
12 Gold stock
.
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding^
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, 1982—Continued
C. Wednesday figures
Millions of dollars; end of week dates

Jan. 6

Factor

Jan. 13

Jan. 20

Jan. 27

Feb. 3

Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 24

Mar. 3 Mar. 10

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
152,421 152,714 157,766 155,060 158,376 150,288 155,143 148,050 153,146 148,518

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding
1

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

...

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

127,695 125,446 127,787 129,047 132,942 125,183 130,353 126,250 127,420 124,141
125,496 125,446 124,872 126,541 125,588 125,183 126,025 126,250 125,752 121 302
0
0
0
7 354
2 199
2 915
2 506
4 328
1 668
2 839
9,473
9,217
9,159
9,460
9,046
9,218
9,031
9,089
9,161
9265
9054
9 109
9089
9 057
9 057
9,046
9046
9031
9026
9013
0
0
0
364
102
406
172
160
135
252
0
417
596
0
453
0
136
368
231
353
2,283
1,414
2,042
2,906
3,682
5,109
1,800
1,505
4,620
3,650
1,732
3,952
3',649
5,346
6,579
3,869
4,789
2,400
2,810
2,166
9,824
9426
9 927 10084
9 645
9,709
8,825
8,955
8 904
8 943
11 151
3,318
13,690

11 151
3,318
13,698

11 151
3,318
13,705

11 151
3,318
13,705

11,151
3,568
13,705

11,151
3,568
13,705

11,151
3,568
13,710

11,150
3,568
13,710

11 150
3,568
13,717

11 150
3,568
13,717

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
144,353 142,921 141,450 140,356 140,359 141,231 141,492 140,407 140,556 141,547
449
448
457
464
464
471
442
446
472
470

15 Currency in circulation
,
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
.
1 8 Foreign
19 Other

2,486
217
684

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

3,235
275
448

3,661
264
543

7,169
346
437

5,576
274
516

4,417
340
529

5,541
271
509

5,143
264
350

3,594
248
367

2,932
305
371

117
5,353
26,929

125
5,306
28,122

128
5,272
34,176

131
5,044
29,303

135
5,440
34,043

137
4,967
26,627

139
5,488
29,668

141
4,938
24,764

142
5,024
31,179

146
5,081
26,101

Mar. 17 Mar, 24 Mar. 31

Apr. 7

Apr. 14 Apr. 21 Apr. 28

May 5

May 12 May 19

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
150,492 148,483 148,729 148,586 149,477 155,488 158,701 152,208 152,966 153,320

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

.

....

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

126 939 125 407 125 589 120 426 123,831 130,615 130,371 129,232 129 845 131 291
126,326 125,407 123,992 120,426 123,831 127,949 128,166 129,232 129,845 128,358
0
0
0
0
0
1 597
2,205
613
2933
9,034
9,013
9,008
9,228
9,356
9,013
9,095
9,008
9,008
9,425
9,013
9,013
9,008
9,008
9,008
9,013
9,013
9,008
9008
9008
21
0
82
0
0
220
348
0
0
417
0
0
0
0
0
143
128
192
488
944
A 444
2646
3 043
6 180
1 251
2 291
1 959
1 777
1 757
1 058
1,882
7,399
2,890
2,955
2,870
2,973
3,259
3,088
2,702
2,008
9457
9304
9 158
9 198
9029
9519
9732
9744
9 654
8 594
11 150
3,568
13 723

11 150
3,568
13 728

11 150
3,568
13 734

11 150
3,568
13 734

11,150
3,568
13,745

11,150
3,818
13,751

11 150
3,818
13,756

11 149
3,818
13 756

11 149
3,818
13 756

11 149
3,818
13 756

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

10



141,575 141,198 141,673 143,358 144,220 143,346 143,361 144,259 145,384 145,037
472
484
487
491
489
491
487
479
490
487
4,172
219
526

2408
302
400

2 866
421
425

4934
197
392

2 909
239
373

7,031
224
486

10,869
264
484

4 354
283
510

3 051
227
541

3 697
241
507

155
4,950
26,864

160
4,841
27,141

167
4,955
26,190

168
4,873
22,629

171
4,946
24,591

174
5,211
27,246

175
5,282
20,498

176
5,146
25,716

181
5,042
26 773

186
5,096
26 792

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1982—Continued
C. Wednesday figures—Continued
Millions of dollars; end of week dates
May 26

June 2

June 9

June 16

June 23

June 30

July?

July 14

149,245

155,459

154,157

153,126

152,677

149,003

154,983

152,031

128,765
128,765
0
9008
9,008

129,082
129,082
0
9,008
9,008

131,021
131,021
0
9,002
9,002
0
0
1,054
2,568
9,032

0
1,638
2,545
8,813

132,143
128,456
3,687
9665
9001
664
862
680
2,828
8,805

131 126
131,126

0
5,670
1,331
9,066

130,803
130,803
0
9,002
9,002
0
0
1,504
2,911
8,906

127,005
127,005
0
9002
9,002

0
1,367
1,648
8,457

132,123
129,127
2,996
9296
9,008
288
1,424
1,202
2,923
8,491

. ..

11,149
3,818
13,761

11,149
3,818
13,767

11,149
3,818
13,771

11,149
3,818
13,776

11,149
3,818
13,781

11,149
3,818
13,781

11,149
3 818
13,781

11 149
3 818
13 786

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

...

145,504
483

146,717
473

147,269
467

147,069
462

146,426
453

147,148
446

148 995
436

148 856
426

...

2,969
272
545

3,554
265
680

3,637
296
505

4,463
228
487

2,857
275
423

4,099
586
437

3 234
192
611

2 880
239
519

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

. ..

189
5 118
22,893

189
5 284
27,031

200
5,644
24,878

204
5 135
23,821

207
5 229
25,555

213
4 837
19,985

220
5 232
24,812

220
4990
22 654

July 21

July 28

Aug. 4

Aug. 11

Aug. 18

Aug. 25

Sept. 1

Sept. 8

154,190

154,673

155,130

154,688

154,669

156,689

155,223

152,659

132,907
132,907

130,661
130,661
0
9,001
9,001
0

133,189
133,189
0
8,955
8,955
0
0
935
2,477
9,113

8,955
8,955
0
0
1,637
2,156
9,203

132,883
132,883
0
8,954
8,954
0
0
1,356
3,201
8,829

130 683
130,683
0
8,954
8 954
0

2,209
3,250
10,009

132,628
132,628
0
8,955
8,955
0
0
416
2,501
10,188

134,738
134,738

750
2,474
9,058

132,934
132,934
0
9,001
9001
0
0
1,470
2,093
9,175

1 1 , 149
4,018
13,786

11 149
4,018
13,786

11,149
4,018
13,786

11,148
4,018
13,786

11,148
4,018
13,786

11,148
4,018
13,786

11,148
4,018
13,786

11 148
4,018
13,786

147,747
421

147 547
418

148,345
415

149,259
415

148,824
414

148,132
416

148,578
415

150064
410

3 844
238
671

2 927
301
630

5,762
308
770

2 759
204
694

3 147
310
587

3,541
319
598

3 460
344
563

4041
226
534

218
5 214
24,790

221
5 127
26,455

222
5,116
23,145

226
5,005
25,078

234
5,084
25,021

237
5,042
27,356

247
4 531
26,037

?59
4 673
21,404

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

...
...
.

...

o

o

o

o

9001
9001

o
o

651
2,326
8927

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

...

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

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

...
. ..
• ••
, ..
,
...

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

o

9,001
9,001
0

o

o

o

o

482
3 170
9,370

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

...




11

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1982—Continued
C. Wednesday figures—Continued
Millions of dollars; end-of-week dates
Sept. 15

Sept. 22

Sept. 29

Oct. 6

Oct. 13

Oct. 20

Oct. 27

Nov. 3

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

154,865

153,665

151,850

150,880

154,442

161,798

154,768

156,078

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

129,645
129645
0
8949
8,949
0
0
3,798
3,315
9,158

131,205
131 205
0
8 949
8,949

129,234
129,234
0
8 949
8,949
0
0
366
2831
9,500

131,459
131,459
0
8,943
8,943

132 105
132 105

8 943
8,943

8 943
8 943

0
354
3,945
9,741

135,926
131,849
4,077
9,680
8,943
737
981
1,617
3,439
10,155

132,604
132 604

0
1,965
2 110
9,436

130,305
130,305
0
8,949
8,949
0
0
1,154
1,937
9,505

822
2293
10,106

758
3 936
10,336

11,148
4,018
13,786

11,148
4,218
13,786

11,148
4,218
13,786

11,148
4,218
13,786

11,148
4,218
13,786

11,148
4,218
13,786

11,148
4 218
13,786

11,148
4 218
13,786

149,343
413

148,241
413

148,178
421

149,342
431

150,508
437

149,553
440

149,195
442

150,167
442

3 565
305
573

3 648
235
410

8 320
295
386

3,756
229
490

2,980
211
516

3,200
287
552

3 169
220
465

3 154
300
467

268
4,716
24634

279
4,725
24 866

296
4,669
18 437

303
4,688
20 793

312
4,745
23,885

321
4,839
31,758

338
4,653
25 438

355
4,618
25 727

Nov. 10

Nov. 17

Nov. 24

Dec. 1

Dec. 8

Dec. 15

Dec. 22

Dec. 29

157,538

155,157

156,292

160,217

156,735

163,802

159,227

164,141

133 861
133,861

135 941
135,941
0
8,943
8 943
0
0
2,004
3 654
9,675

133,687
133,687

8,943
8,943
0
0
1,433
3,310
9,362

138,230
137,653
577
9,238
8,937
301
105
3,368
3,277
9,584

135 757
135,757

8,943
8 943
0
0
425
3 324
8,604

134 630
134,630
0
8,943
8 943
0
0
804
3 031
8,884

762
3 909
9,862

138 148
134,801
3 347
9,448
8 937
511
731
1,813
4048
9953

11,148
4418
13,786

1 1 , 148
4418
13786

11,148
4418
13,786

11,148
4418
13,786

11,148
4,418
13,786

11,148
4,418
13,786

11,148
4418
13,786

11,148
4418
13,786

151 680
452

151 708
450

152 218
449

152 914
441

153,676
437

154,604
436

155 666
433

156 181
435

3,166
290
554

3,836
214
548

3,394
261
595

3,321
217
1 105

3,850
188
704

2,918
385
516

2,226
280
269

3,620
261
259

378
4624
25,746

392
4629
22,733

405
4 575
23,747

408
4956
26,207

415
5,154
21,663

422
4,828
29,045

426
4736
24,542

428
4 777
27,532

Factor
SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS

,.

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

o

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
17 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 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

133 057
133,057
0
8,943
8 943
0
0
3,208
2 215
10,115

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

o

o

o

8,937
8 937
0

o

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

12




...
. ..

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1982—Continued
D. End-of-year and end-of-month figures
Millions of dollars
Factor

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

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

151,560 147,618 148,729 158,729 149,884 149,003 153,768 153,643 156,502 152,760 159,079 163,659
128,230 125,410 125,589 134,257 129,407 127,005 132,640 132,858 134,393 132,080 137,676 139,312
124 967 125 410 123 992 128,988 129,407 127 005 132,640 131 669 130 591 132 080 137 676 135 607
3,263
9,192
9,058

0
9,026
9,026

1,597
9,095
9,013

5,269
10,004
9,008

0
9,008
9,008

0
9,002
9,002

0
9,001
9,001

1,189
9,184
8,955

3,802
9,950
8,949

0
8,943
8,943

0
8,943
8,943

3,705
9,525
8,937

134
597
2,217
1,635
9,689

0
0
1,180
2,959
9,043

82
488
2,646
1,882
9,029

996
768
1,799
1,507
10,394

0

0
0
458
1,713
9,956

229
565
449
1,446
9,141

1,001
813
1,123
550
9,673

0
0
438
1,168
10,131

0

1,058
1,776
8,635

0
0
1,638
2,545
8,813

o

374
2,401
9,685

588
1 480
717
2,735
9,890

11 151

11 150

11 150

11,149

11,149

1 1 , 149 11,149

11 148

11 148

11 148

11 148

11 148

3 318

3 568

3 568

3,818

3,818

3,818

4,018

4,018

4 218

4 218

4418

4 618

14,523

14,579

13,734

13,756

13,767

13,781

13,786

13,786

13,786

13,786

13,786

13,786

o

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^




140 475 140 525 141 673 143,044 145,523 147,134 147,051 148 310 148 093 148 922 152 895 154 908
418
418
491
477
460
444
484
423
462
444
470
429

8,285
333
393

3,835
416
414

2 866
421
425

12,239
966
450

2,540
308
523

4,099
586
437

3,275
982
663

3,234
348
502

10,975
396
405

2 309
327
450

2,247
387
717

5,033
328
1,033

135

139

167

176

189

213

221

247

300

356

408

436

5,539
24 931

6,291
24 825

4,955
26 190

5,561
24 526

5,784
23 274

4,837
19 985

5,359
24 752

4,791
24 745

5,047
20 015

4,783
24 321

5,209
26 124

4,990
26053

13

3* Reserves and borrowings of depository institutions, 1982
A. Annual and monthly averages
Millions of dollars
Reserve classification
Reserve balances with Reserve Banks'

Year

Jan .

Feb .

24,622

26,721

25,963

Mar.
24,254

Apr,
24,565

May

June

24,207

24,031

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

19,492, 20.284/ 19,251f 18,749* 18,577y 19,048X 19,318
13,370^ 14,19&t 13,082^ 12,66^ 12.709& 12.972& 13,048
2,5KT
2,290^ 2,235 K 2,313 % 2,284^ 2,373g\ 2,488
3,795 >3,934
3773
3584
3703 «J>3,7
3,584
3,703 « J 8 2

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

44,114

47,005

45,214

43,003

43,142

43,255

43,349

40,502
40,141

43,210
42,785

41,280
40,981

39,230
38,873

39,558
39,284

39,552
39,192

39,567
39,257

425
299
1,517 1,789
75
132
197
232

357
1,610

274
1,581
167
245

360
1,105
237
177

310
1,205
239
103

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

361
1,051
132
169

174

309

July
1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks

1

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

23,385

24,252

2,0
464

2,0
484

24,273

24,471

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

19,448
13,10Sff
246a
,8'
j 3,857

19,500 19,921/ 19,578^ 1 , 0 ^ 20,392
987
13,188^ 13,651? 13,658&o 13,836^ 14,292
2,518fX 2,927 4 2 6 f 2,759O 2,757
,7$
, , »
3,794 A,3,343» 3,243^3,212
3,
3,343

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

43,721

43,971

43,306

43,830

44,411

45,196

39,864
39,573

40,177
39,866

39,963
39,579

40,587
40,183

41,199
4,9
077

41,853
41,353

291
669
225
46

311
506
119
94

384
976
102
118

404
455
39
141

402
579
47
188

500
697
33
187

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

14



3. Reserves and borrowings of depository institutions, 1982—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures
Millions of dollars; end-of-week dates
Jan. 6

Jan. 13 Jan. 20 Jan. 27

Feb. 3

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks'

27,140

25,799

28,085

26,078

26,443

24,694

26,821

26,112

26048

22,622

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^

....

19,172

19,723

20,980

21,009

20,449

20,062

19,220

18,155

18908

19,936

....

13,498

14,318

14,459

14,505

14,055

13,609

12,930

12,462

12 785

13,246

....

2,137
3 537

2,399
3 006

2,288
4 233

2,318
4 186

2,286
4 108

2,346
4 107

2,255
4035

2,089
3 604

2 222
3 901

2,591
4099

....

46,312

45,522

49,065

47,087

46,892

44,756

46,041

44,267

44956

42,558

42,775
42,148

42,516
42,173

44,832
44,299

42,901
42,704

42,784
42,300

40,649
40,532

42,006
41,438

40,663
40,660

41,055
40,542

38,459
38,156

627
1,452
59
193

343
998
53
194

533
951
70
195

197
2,469
96
199

484
1,851
110
212

117
1,662
114
225

568
1,908
134
227

3
1 902
146
222

513
1 562
147
288

303
1 446
151
306

Apr. 14 Apr. 21 Apr. 28

May 5

Reserve classification

6 Reserve balances -f- total vault cash3
7 Reserve balances + total vault cash used
to satisfy reserve requirements3' 4

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

Mar. 17 Mar. 24 Mar. 31 Apr. 7

Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 24 Mar. 3 Mar. 10

May 12 May 19

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks'

24,360

24,905

24376

23,280

23,343

26402

25,205

24671

23 351

24 849

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^

18 796

17,621

18 574

18,858

19,208

17 243

18,702

19611

19 639

18 552

12,560

12,141

12653

12,800

12,950

11 924

12,939

13,485

13 324

12557

....

2 354
3,882

2084
3,396

2261
3,660

2,355
3,703

2,404
3,854

2092
3,227

2,252
3,511

2(403
3,723

2483
3,832

2309
3,686

....

43,156

42,526

42,950

42,138

42,551

43,645

43,907

44,282

42,990

43,401

39,274
38,937

39,130
38,861

39,290
38,824

38,435
38,163

38,697
38,379

40,418
40,247

40,396
40,111

40,559
40,115

39,158
38,894

39,715
39,275

337
1,462
187

269
1,652
173

466
1,656
200

272
1,480
166

318
1,335
154

171
1,653
159

285
1,823
177

264
1,117
218

234

440
966
232

279

248

227

444
1,499
205
214

192

179

June 16 June 23 June 30

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

301

311

324

May 26

June 2

June 9

July 7

July 14

July 21 July 28

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks'

....

24,128

24,153

22,832

24,162

24,634

24,460

23,850

22,991

26,238

24,148

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^

....

18,460

19,175

19,559

19,401

18,664

19,690

19,660

20,246

17,932

20,252

....

12,667

12,977

13,131

12,878

12,824

13,380

13,292

13,456

12,238

13,623

....

2,241
3,552

2,464
3,734

2,587
3 841

2,551
3,972

2,327
3,513

2,492
3,818

2,578
3,790

2,663
4,127

2,179
3515

2,597
4,032

....

42,588

43,328

42,391

43,563

43,298

44,150

43,510

43,237

44,170

44,400

....

39,036
38,937

39,594
38,922

38,550
38,401

39,591
39,352

39,785
39,565

40,332
39,804

39,720
39,220

39,110
38,926

40,655
40,388

40,368
40,057

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

99
1,046
258
162

672
1,048
260
132

149
1,304
217
115

239
929
221
104

220
1,014
253
96

528
1,616
268
93

500
1,070
255
85

184
559
233
68

267
594
239
33

311
548
188
24

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




15

3. Reserves and borrowings of depository institutions, 1982—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures—Continued
Millions of dollars; end-of-week dates

Aug. 4

Reserve classification
1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks 1

Aug. 11 Aug. 18 Aug. 25

Sept. 1

Sept. 8

25,233

25,052

24,614

22,729

22,592

23,955

23,302

Sept. 15 Sept. 22
24 543

19,846

20,172

19,227

18,834

19,579

20,006

20,541

18,744

13,520

13,372

13,003

12,822

13,397

13,476

13,734

13,251

2,520
3 806

2,814
3 986

2,397
3 827

2,429
3,583

2,417
3 765

3,179
3,351

3,229
3 578

2460
3 033

43,801

43,474

44,460

43,886

44,193

42,735

43,133

43,287

39 995
39,701

39488
39,162

40 633
40,314

40 303
40,043

40428
40,066

39 384
38,719

39 555
39,235

40 254
40,004

294
679
166
20

326
369
133
64

319
482
131
123

260
609
94
118

362
507
95
116

665
948
106
116

320
1,330

89
116

250
810
100
118

Sept. 29

Oct. 6

Oct. 13

Oct. 20

Oct. 27

Nov. 3

Nov. 10

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks'

23 486

23 496

22,555

25 854

24,929

24 366

23 457

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^

20,422
14,131
2,934
3,357

20,045
13,983
2769
3,293

20,327
13,762
3,032
3,533

18,391
13,014
2 370
3,007

19,280
13,683
2,476
3,121

20,166
14,070
2 807
3,289

20,175
13 904
2 948
3 323

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

43,908

43,541

42,882

44,245

44,209

44,532

43 632

40,551
40,266

40,248
39,737

39,349
38,887

41,238
40,977

41,088
40,769

41,243
40,701

40309
39,967

285
753
112
124

511
606
104
123

462
365
70
117

261
516
85
110

319
452
90
179

542
458
73
196

342
722
50
190

Nov. 17 Nov. 24

Dec. 1

Dec. 8

Dec. 15

Dec. 22

Dec. 29

24 987

25 347

24,748

23,869

24,281

25 671

25 136

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^

19905
13,662
2 884
3,359

18 688
13,474
2355
2,859

20,387
14,262
2,841
3,284

20,267
14,218
2,839
3,210

21,382
14,484
3,295
3,603

19 506
14,112
2494
2,900

20496
14,406
2464
3 626

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

44,892

44,035

45,135

44,136

45,663

45,177

45,632

41,533
41,135

41,176
40,852

41,851
41,355

40,926
40,612

42,060
41,506

42,277
42 047

42,006
41 243

398
742
48
188

324
467
46
186

496
622
35
185

314
437
26
186

554
703
24
189

230
546
38
189

763
690
44

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

•

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

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

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

16



....

* ....

191

4. Federal funds and repurchase agreements of large member banks, 19821
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars

\Veek endin g
Jan. 6

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

Jan. 20

Jan. 27

Feb. 3

Feb. 10

Feb. 17

Feb. 24

Mar. 3

57,583

..

Jan. 13

58,027

55,111

50,704

53,643

57,096

56,160

52 822

55 596

18,403
3,745
20,440

18,181
3,641
21,715

17,889
4,025
21,558

17,452
4,372
21,999

16,495
4,209
21,766

17,300
4,104
21,135

19,282
4 114
20,338

19220
4026
21 992

17 938
3 802
21 860

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
. .

3,619

3,388

3,891

3,824

3,744

3 873

4908

4027

4 343

8,041
3,467
10,777

7,207
3,614
9,698

7,408
3,725
9,229

7,494
4,145
9,116

7,446
4 177
8,926

7,592
4022
8,761

7,550
4562
10,526

7 530
3 739
9 238

7 581
4066
8 934

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

22,252
4,381

18,582
4,227

19,028
4,177

17,973
3,462

18,590
3,438

19,258
3 318

19,964
2 959

J8,978
3 861

20 109
3 786

Mar. 10

Mar. 17

Mar. 24

Mar. 31

Apr. 7

Apr. 14

Apr. 21

Apr. 28

60,986

58,797

54,605

52,184

61,434

62,015

57,736

54 102

56418

18,620
3,241
22,256

20,384
3,718
22,788

20,450
4,266
22,231

20,350
3,935
23,254

18405
3,979
22958

18,862
3,547
19 803

18 833
3,604
21 050

18 444
3,452
21 952

19 664
3,900
22 152

4,137

3,969

4,105

4,063

4,010

4,951

4,578

4,523

4,697

7,645
4,108
9,525

7,735
3,726
9,058

8,000
3,741
9,203

8,153
3,793
9,391

8,394
3,639
9,552

8,620
3,906
12,984

8,712
3,674
11,114

8,903
4,078
9.432

9,580
4,433
8.798

21,739

21,068

18,935

17,082
4,473

20,082

18,539

19,423

18,475

20,204

May 12

May 19

May 26

June 2

June 9

June 16

June 23

June 30

58,947

55,246

54,268

56,689

61,308

59,136

54,174

49,682

57,235

20,582
3,982
22,111

22,547
3,856
2,4
290

23,723
3,684
21,524

23,372
4,483
21,118

22,490
3,484
22,044

23,522
3,870
22,011

22,977
4,322
22,178

21,996
4,201
22,330

21,566
3,877
21,118

4,497

4,237

4,155

3,977

4,214

4,580

4,562

4,69?

4,431

9,333
4,212
9,115

9,398
4,022
9,222

9,666
3,706
10,150

9,559
3,873
10,180

9,286
3,315 9,414

9,310
3,308
9,019

9,586
3,563
9,259

9,593
3,524
9,080

9,467
3,404
8,716

19,332
3,702

18,401
3,963

18,460
4,162

20,681
3,916

19,418
3,730

18,304
4,772

17,830
4,428

19,389
4,028

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

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
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




19,879
4,065

May5

July 7

17

4. Federal funds and repurchase agreements of large member banks, 19821—Continued
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending
Maturity and source
July 14

All other maturities
5 Commercial banks tn 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 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

July 28

Aug. 4

Aug. 11

Aug. 18

Aug. 25

Sept. 1

Sept. 8

59,868

55,069

52,789

55,979

57,826

55,515

53,467

52,160

58,481

23,137
3,721
22,446

24,914
3,644
22,990

23,443
4,102
22,316

22,651
5,023
22,441

22,494
5,932
21,577

22,172
4,996
22,031

22,720
4,800
22,766

22,401
4,989
21,586

21,308
5,125
22,192

4,460

4,366

4,566

4,730

4,448

4,549

4,622

4,833

5,020

9,353
3,181
8,711

9,249
3,546
8,817

8,900
3,759
10,039

8,432
4,306
9,924

8,718
4,567
9,672

8,761
4,486
10,274

8,573
4,620
9,574

8,491
4,938
9,064

8,354
4,281
8,879

20,610
3,830

20,415
4,326

21,930
4,113

24,491
4,724

23,906
4,408

23,823
4,520

25,607
5,100

26,070
4,908

26,378
4,796

Sept. 22

Sept. 29

Oct. 6

Oct. 13

Oct. 20

Oct. 27

Nov. 3

Nov. 10

60,900

54,101

50,961

60,512

62,405

56,073

52,462

55,305

61,256

22,967
4,886
21,615

24,836
5,655
21,240

24,267
4,710
20,728

24,177
5,077
21,228

23,153
5,866
22,012

26,020
5,878
22,814

25,399
5,703
23,922

25,141
5,619
23,766

25,822
5,144
24,429

5,126

4,454

4,400

4,200

4,461

4,044

3,955

4,515

3,900

8,515
4,634
9,068

8,480
5,025
8,588

8,171
5,643
9,289

8,065
4,469
8,745

8,740
4,827
9,165

8,473
4,838
8,798

8,285
4,853
8,620

8,516
5,287
9,683

8,821
4,614
8,779

27,213
5,257

25,451
4,681

24,214
4,576

28,305
4,870

28,045
5,336

25,163
5,409

24,207
5,394

25,903
5,166

25,394
5,453

Nov. 17

3
4

July 21

Sept. 15

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
AH other

Nov. 24

Dec. 1

Dec. 8

Dec. 15

Dec. 22

Dec. 29

59,858

55,093

54,783

59,807

60,297

60,403

57,614

25,118
5,589
24,060

24,360
5,155
23,799

23,675
4,565
21,195

22,407
5,689
24,365

24,624
5,503
23,767

23,945
5,028
23,536

22,007
4,494
20,715

3,837

4,192

4,338

3,828

4,100

4,466

6,127

8,917
4,821
8,724

9,072
4,560
9,426

8,585
5,227
12,224

8,671
4,318
8,803

9,296
4,207
9,461

9,516
3,696
8,855

11,065
3,866
13,494

25,998
5,431

21,792
5,896

23,523
5,186

23,809
5,537

23,253
5,630

24,482
5,415

21,544
5,115

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

All other maturities
5 Commercial banks in United States
..
6 Other depository institutions, foreign banks and fon-ign
official institutions, and U.S. government ager cies . . . .
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.

Boston

Year and month

1981
In effect
December 31 ..
1982
July .
August
October
November
December

..

New
York

12

(21)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(14)

In effect
December 31 . .

11.5
10
9.5
9
8.5

Philadelphia

12

(20)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(15)

11.5
10
9.5
9
8.5

Richmond

12

12

12

(23)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(17)

8.5

8.5

Cleveland

11.5
10
9.5
9
8.5,

(21)
(30)
(13)
(26)
(15)

11.5
10
9.5
9
8.5

(20)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(15)

8.5

8.5

11.5
10
9.5
9
8.5

Atlanta

Chicago

12

(20)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(14)

11.5
10
9.5
9
8.5

(20)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(14)

11.5
10
9.5
9
8.5

8.5

Minneapolis

12

12

8.5

8.5

St.
Louis

(21)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(14)

11.5
10
9.5
9
8.5

Kansas
City

12

(21)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(14)

11.5
10
9.5
9
8.5

San
Francisco

12

12

12

(20)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(15)

8.5

8.5

Dallas

11.5
10
9.5
9
8.5

(20)
(27)
(12)
(23)
(14)

8.5

11.5
10
9.5
9
8.5

(20)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(14)

8.5

11.5
10
9.5
9
8.5

8.5

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

12

12

Seasonal credit2

1981
In effect
December 31
1982
July
August
October
November
December

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

(21)11.5
(27) 10
(12) 9.5
(22) 9
(14) 8.5

(20)11.5
(27) 10
(12) 9.5
(22) 9
(15) 8.5

(23)11.5
(27) 10
(12) 9.5
(22) 9
(17) 8.5

(21)11.5
(30) 10
(13) 9.5
(26) 9
(15) 8.5

(20)11.5
(27) 10
(12) 9.5
(22) 9
(15) 8.5

(20)11.5
(27) 10
(12) 9.5
(22) 9
(14) 8.5

(20)11.5
(27) 10
(12) 9.5
(22) 9
(14) 8.5

(21)11.5
(27) 10
(12) 9.5
(22) 9
(14) 8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

12

8.5

In effect
December 31

(21)11.5
(27) 10
(12) 9.5
(22) 9
(14) 8.5

(20)11.5
(27) 10
(12) 9.5
(22) 9
(15) 8.5

(20)11.5
(27) 10
(12) 9.5
(23) 9
(14) 8.5

(20)11.5
(27) 10
(12) 9.5
(22) 9
(14) 8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

Exceptional circumstances and other extended credit

1981
In effect
December 31
1982
July
August
October
November
December
In effect
December 31 ..




12
(21)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(14)

11 5
10
9.5
9
8.5

8.5

12

12
(20)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(15)

11 5
10
9.5
9
8.5

8.5

(23)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(17)

11 5
10
9.5
9
8.5

8.5

12

12
(21)
(30)
(13)
(26)
(15)

11 5
10
9.5
9
8.5

8.5

(20)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(14)

11 5
10
9.5
9
8.5

8.5

(20)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(14)

11 5
10
9.5
9
8.5

8.5

12
(21)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(14)

3

12

11 5
10
9.5
9
8.5

(21)- 11 5
(27) 10
(12) 9.5
(22) 9
(14) 8.5

8.5

8.5

12

12
(21)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(14)

11.5
10
9.5
9
8.5

8.5

12
(20)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(15)

11 5
10
9.5
9
8.5

8.5

12
(20)
(27)
(12)
(23)
(14)

11 5
10
9.5
9
8.5
8.5

12
(20)
(27)
(12)
(22)
(H)

11 5
10
9.5
9
8.5
8.5

19

6. Reserve requirements of depository institutions, December 31, 19821
Percent of deposits
Member bank requirements
before implementation of the
Monetary Control Act

Type of deposit, and
deposit interval

Effective date

Percent

Percent

Effective date

Net transaction accounts ^
$0-$26 3 million
Over $26 3 million

3
12

12/30/82
12/30/82

Nonpersonal time deposits*
By original maturity
Less than 3V£ years . . .
3'/^ years or more

3
0

4/29/82
4/29/82

Eurocurrency liabilities
All types

1

Net demand
$0 million— $2 million
$2 million— $10 million
$10 million-$100 million
$100 million-$400 million
Over $400 million

Depository institution requirements after implementation 6of
the Monetary Control Act

Type of deposit, and
deposit interval5

3

11/13/80

1

7
9Vi

12/30/76
12/30/76
12/30/76
12/30/76
12/30/76

IP/4
123/4
16V4

....

Time and savings2^
Savings

3

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

3/16/67

3
2Vi
1

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

6
2Vi
1

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

7. Margin requirements1
Percent of market value; effective dates shown
Mar. 11, 1968

June 8, 1968

May 6, 1970

Dec. 6, 1971

Nov. 24, 1972

Jan. 3, 1974

Jan. 1, 1977

70

Type of security or sale

80

65

55

65

50

50

50
70

60
80

50
65

50
55

50
65

50
50

50
50

2 Convertible bonds
3 Short sales
4 Writinc options^

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, 1982
Percent

1 Savings
*
2 Negotiable order of withdrawal
accounts-*

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Time accounts4
Fixed ceiling rates by maturity*
14 to 89 days6
.
..
....
90 days to 1 year
...
8
1 to 2 years 8
2 to iVi years8
•.
2Vi to 4 years
..j
...
9
4 to 6 years
9
6 to 8 years
8 years or more9
Issued to governmental units
(all maturities)1'
Individual retirement accounts and
Keogh (H.R. 10) plans (3 years
or more) 11 - 12

51/4

Effective
date
7/1/79

Savings and loan associations and
mutual savings banks

Previous maximum
Percent

5

Effective
date

20

Percent

7/1/73

5Vi
l

Effective
date
7/1/79

5^4

12/31/80

5

1/1/74

5 /4

12/31/80

5V*
53/4
6
6te
7W
7V4
7V4

8/1/79
1/1/80
1/1/73
7/1/73
11/1/73
12/23/74
6/1/78

5
5Vi
5V5
5%
53/4

mm

(7)
6
Wi

1/1/80
(2)

7V4
C7)

11/1/73

8

6/1/78

73/4

8

6/1/78

73/4

(10)

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

8

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

12/23/74

8

7/6/77

8

6V4

7fc

For deposits subject to variable ceiling rates and deposits not subject to interest rate ceilings see notes.




In effect Dec. 31, 1982

73/4

Previous maximum
Percent

Effective
date

5i/4

(2)

5

1/1/74

<7)
5V4
53/4
6
6
(10)

'(*) ' '
1/21/70
1/21/70
1/21/70

IVi
(7)

11/1/73

6/1/78

73/4

12/23/74

6/1/78

7V4

7/6/77

9. Federal Reserve open market: transactions, 1982
Millions of dollars
Type of transaction1

Year

Mar.

Feb.

Jan.

May

Apr.

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

U.S. GOVERNMENT
SECURITIES

1
2
3
4

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

5
6
7
8
9

Others within 1 year
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Maturity shift
Exchange
Redemptions

10
11
12
13

1 to 5 years
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Maturity shift
Exchange

14
15
16
17

2,756

0

0
600

3,000

312
0
17,295
-14,164

0

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

1,797
0
-14,524
,

0

17,067
8,369

1 Jt , OUM-

0
0
542
0
0
0
0
-542
u

1,559
0
200
0

1,017
868
0
0

474
995
0
600

4,149
0
0
0

20
0

0
0
900

-940 -1,479
0
0

132
0
0
0
0
0
988
333 1,498
-525 -2,541 -1,249
0
0
0

50
0
0
0
-974
-900
765 1 ,t /7
1,479
/UJ

570
0
0
0
-333 -1,000
525 1,UVU
' ""
JAJ

0
0
-988
' '"
l,Ut7

2,633

595
519
0
400

1,905
1,175
-200
200

1,721
651
0
600

425
674
0
400

71
0
0
0
382 4,938
0 -3,914
0
0

0
0
733
-650
0

691
0
0
0
-382 -4,938
"'
£\j\j J \J/O

0
0
-733

t

OJU

774
0
0
0

2,552

0
0
0

1,897
731
0
200

0
0
88
0
0
0
623 2,819
906
0 -1,924 -943
0
0
0
0
485
0
0
-623 -2,204

0
0
-906

u

i,ju

y+o

0
0
0
0

81
0
0
0

0
0
-498
941

0
0
0
0

113
0
0
0

0
0
601
837

0

0

0
0
0

0
0
0

194
0
-616
250

0

2,128

0
0
0
0
0 -1,659
100
0

388
0
-2,172

0
0
0

19
20
21

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

307
0
-601
234

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
75

0
0
0
0

52
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

123
0
0
0

0
0
-601
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

132
0
0
159

0
0
0
0

22
23
24

All maturities
Gross purchases . . ,
Gross sales
Redemptions

19,870
8,369
3,000

0

1,087
868
0

474
995
600

4,984

1,559
0
0

1,175
200

1,721
651
600

425
674
400

774
0
0

3,452

0
0

595
519
400

2,903

2,756

1,897
731
200

25
26

Matched transactions
Gross sales
Gross purchases . . .

543,804
543,173

51,132 28,033 38,946 44,748
51,717 28,258 38,650 44,759

36,047
36,790

41,509 54,646
37,548 58,753

39,403
37,962

27
28

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases . . .
Gross sales

130,774
130,286

12,962 18,656
12,914 21,919

8,595
6,998

8,358 -2,724 -2,820

179

18

29 Net change in government securities . .

600

18,396 10,155
14,724 15,424

5,332
5,332

18,267
18,267

3,755
2,567

8,667 -4,850 -2,402

5,636

217

0
0

51,983 45,655 39,579 72,123
51,554 46,370 41,72469,088
9,649
7,035

5,618 4,161 15,229
9,420
4,161 11,525

1,535 -2,313

5,596

1,636

1,095 1,997 1,776
866
1,225 2,778

739

2,566

FEDERAL AGENCY
OBLIGATIONS
30
31
32

Outright transactions
Gross purchases . . .
Gross sales
Redemptions

0
0
189

0
0
68

0
0
32

0
0
13

33
34

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases . . .
Gross sales

18,957
18,638

800
935

872
1,006

554

2,033 1,305

471

1,119

130

-203 -166

70

909 -997

36 Repurchase agreements,
net

1,285

402 -597

488

280 -768

37 Total net change in
System Open
Market Account . .

9,773 -2,524 -3,583

737

35 Net change in agency
obligations

0
0
46

831

2,301 831

4,389
4,389

-6

739 1,978

183

767 -1,008

582

565

248 -813

0 1,480

966

2,550 -4,134

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES




9,856 -6,615 -2,408

5,634

5,596

3,697

21

10* Federal Reserve Banks, 1982
A. Consolidated condition statement
Millions of dollars, end of period
Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

11.151

11,150

11,150

11,149

11,149

11,149

11,149

11,148

11,148

11,148

11,148

11,148

3,318
422

3,568
453

3,568
432

3,818
411

3,818
386

3,818
415

4,018
432

4,018
432

4,218
450

4,218
468

4,418
436

4,618
438

2,217
0

1,180
0

2,646
0

1,799
0

1,058
0

1,638
0

458
0

449
0

1,123
0

438
0

374
0

111
0

597

o

488

768

0

o

o

565

813

o

0

1 480

9,058

9,026

9,013

9,008

9,008

9,002

9,001

8,955

8,949

8,943

8,943

8,937

134

0

82

996

0

0

0

229

1,001

0

0

588

124,967
46,588
59,978
18,401

125,410
46,961
60,359
18 090

123,992
45,543
60,359
18090

128,988
49,704
61,143
18 141

129,407
50,123
61,143
18,141

127,005
47,921
60,943
18 141

132,640
52,358
62,018
18,264

131,669
51,387
62,018
18 264

130,591
50,309
62,018
18,264

132,080
51,798
62,018
18,264

137,676
56,494
62,626
18 556

135,607
54,425
62,626
18 556

3,263

0

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
1
Bought outright . . . .
8
Held under repurchase agreement.
U.S, government
securities
9
Bought outright1 . . .
10
Bills
11
Notes
12
Bonds
13 Held under repurchase agreement.
14 Total U.S. government
securities
15 Total loans and
securities . . .
16 Cash items in process
of collection . . . .
17 Bank premises
Other assets
18 Denominated in foreign currencies2,
19 All other3 . . .
20 Total assets . . . .

1,597

5,269

0

0

0

1,189

3,802

0

0

3,705

129,407

127005

132,640

132 858

134,393

132,080

137 676

139 312

128,230

125 410

125 589

134 257

140,236

135,616

137,818

146,828

139,473

137,645

142,099

143,056

146,279

141,461

146,993

151 034

8,119
502

8,672
505

7,989
510

8,449
514

8,033
518

9,603
521

8,220
528

9,680
534

6,779
541

8,352
544

11,893
546

9,807
549

5,112
4,075

5,137
3,401

4,953
3,566

5,591
4,289

4,880
3,237

4,779
3,513

5,405
4,023

4,959
3,648

5,116
4,016

5,325
4,262

5,649
3 490

5,764
3 577

172,935 168,502 169,986 181,049 171,494 171,443 175,874 177,475 178,547

175,778 184,573 186,935

LIABILITIES
21 Federal Reserve notes .
Deposits
22 Depository
institutions . . . .
23 U.S. TreasuryGeneral account.
24
Foreign— Official
accounts
25 Other
26 Total deposits
27 Deferred availability
cash items .
28 Other liabilities and
accrued dividends4.
29 Total liabilities

126,835

126,869

128,855

130,189

132,619

134,228

134,115

135,374

135,197

136,048

139,989

141,990

25,066

24,964

26,357

24,702

23,463

20,198

24,974

24,993

20,318

24,678

26,533

26,489

8,285

3,835

2,866

12,239

2,540

4,099

3,275

3,234

10,975

2,309

2,247

5,033

333
393

416
414

421
425

966
450

308
523

586
437

982
662

348
501

396
394

327
449

387
716

328
1 033

34^077

29 629

30069

38 357

26 834

25 320

29 893

29 076

32 083

27,763

29 883

32 883

6,484

5 713

6,107

6942

6,257

7 058

6 507

8 234

6,220

7,184

9492

7 072

2,611

3,341

2,155

2,497

2,643

2,079

2,197

1,805

2,027

1,669

1,799

2,272

174,489

175,527

1,337
1 278
371

1,341
1 278
401

170,007

165,552 167,186 177,985 168,353 168,685 172,712

172,664 181,163 184217

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

22




1,287
1,278
363

1,291
1,278
381

1,298
1,278
224

1,308
1 278
478

172,935 168,502 169,986 181,049

94,794

94,816

92,825

90,609

1,316
1,278
547

1,327
1 278
153

1,336
1,278
548

171,494 171,443 175,874 177,475 178,547

91,025

96,122

95,684

94,780

98,192

1,350
1 278
486

1 354
1 278
778

1 359
1 359
0

175,778 184,573 186,935

101,831

101,703

106,762

10. Federal Reserve Banks, 1982—Continued
B. Federal Reserve note statement
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Account
1 Federal Reserve notes
outstanding (issued to Bank) . . .
2
LESS: Notes held by
Reserve Bank1 .
3
Federal Reserve
notes, net . . . .

Feb,

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

150*605

150,636

152,039

152,734

152,932

154,036

155,017

155,800

156,412

157,348

159,408

159,979

23,770

23,767

23,184

22,545

20,313

19,808

20,902

20,426

21,215

21,300

19,419

17,989

126,835

126,869

128,855

130,189

132,619

134,228

134,115

135,374

135,197

136,048

139,989

141,990

11,151

11,150

11,150

11,149

11,149

11,149

11,149

11,148

11,148

11,148

11,148

11,148

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

3,318
0

3,568
0

3,568
64

3,818
0

3,818
0

3,818
39

4,018
0

4,018
0

4,218
0

4,218
14

4,418
0

4,618
107

112,366

112,151

114,073

115,222

117,652

119,222

118,948

120,208

119,831

120,668

124,423

126,117

8 Total collateral

126,835

126,869

128,855

130,189

132,619

134,228

134,115

135,374

135,197

136,048

139,989

141,990

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

C. Maturity distribution of loans and securities held
Millions of dollars, end of period
Type and maturity
grouping

Jan.

May

1,180
1,069
111
0

2,646
2,552
94
0

1,799
1,704
95
0

1,058
1,010
48
0

1,638
1,585
53
0

458
383
75
0

449
411
38
0

1,123
1,076
47
0

438
398
40
0

374
356
18
0

717
697
20
0

..
..
..
..

597
597
0
0

0
0
0
0

488
488
0
0

768
768
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

565
565
0
0

813
813
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

1,480
1,480
0
0

..
..
..

128,230
4,618
24,980
34,221

125,410
2,617
26,558
33,520

125,589
3,889
25,506
33,389

134,257
9,832
26,284
34,442

129,407
3,090
28,912
32,138

127,005
2,316
25,432
34,454

132,640
4,374
27,562
34,775

132,858
3,911
25,870
38,554

134,393
5,743
24,429
39,781

132,080
2,652
28,465
36,523

137,676
5,515
30,242
38,185

139,312
4,396
31,088
40,057

..

36,025

35,814

35,903

36,665

37,790

37,326

38,216

35,974

35,891

35,891

35,065

35,102

11,752
16,634

10,193
16,708

10,193
16,709

10,274
16,760

10,717
16,760

10,717
16,760

10,830
16,883

12,267
16,282

12,267
16,282

12,267
16,282

12,095
16,574

12,095
16,574

9,192
276
622
1,357

9,026
173
540
1,369

9,095
326
400
1,460

10,004
1,082
465
1,591

9,008
105
510
1,545

9,002
184
443
1,629

9,001
174
524
1,593

9,184
345
407
1,829

9,950
1,208
407
1,863

8,943
83
490
1,966

8,943
161
528
1,988

9,525
730
564
1,954

5,404

5,396

5,444

5,413

5,387

5,316

5,305

5,228

5,087

4,962

4,804

4,780

960
573

976
572

934
531

919
534

927
534

927
503

902
503

872
503

882
503

924
518

944
518

979
518

16 Federal agency
obligations
17
Within 15 days1 . . .
18
16 days to 90 days .
19
91 days to 1 year . .
20
Over 1 year to
5 years
21
Over 5 years to
10 years
22
Over 10 years




Apr.

2,217
2,180
37
0

1 Loans
2
Within 15 days
3
16 days to 90 days . .
4
91 days to 1 year . .
5 Acceptances
.
6
Within 15 days . .
7
16 days to 90 days
8
91 days to 1 year
9 U.S. government
securities
10
Within 15 days1 .
11
16 days to 90 days
12
91 days to 1 year
13
Over 1 year to
5 years
14
Over 5 years to
10 years
15
Over 10 years

Mar.

Feb.

23

11. Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks
A, Seasonally adjusted
Debits during the month
(annual rate, billions of dollars)

Average deposits outstanding
(billions of dollars)

Annual rate of deposit turnover

To demand deposits1

Demand deposits i

Demand deposits i

Year and month
AH
banks

1970
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1971
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
(September
October
November
December
1972
January
February
April
May
.
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

....

...

....

....

...
...

. ..

....

1973
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

24




..

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

10,676.3
10,623.0
10,817.7
11,147.8
11,377.5
11,266.1
11,435.4
11,517.3
11,500.8
11,828.2
11,455.6
12,051.9

3,603.7
3,566.5
3,896.2
3,937.1
3,941.0
4,062.1
4,149.3
4,191.5
4,130.5
4,339.5
4,162.7
4,479.8

7,072.6
7,056.6
6,921.5
7,210.7
7,436.6
7,204.0
7,286.1
7,325.8
7,370.3
7,488.7
7,292.9
7,572.0

178.4
176.7
174.3
178.8
176.4
177.8
177.2
178.9
180.9
180.4
182.0
183.1

23.9
24.0
22.0
24.3
23.4
24.4
23.8
24.2
24.4
23.4
24.2
23.9

154.5
152.6
152.2
154.6
153.0
153.5
153.4
154.7
156.5
157.0
157.8
159.2

59.8
60.1
62.1
62.3
64.5
63.3
64.5
64.4
63.6
65.6
62.9
65.8

150.9
148.4
177.0
162.3
168.3
166.6
174.2
173.3
169.2
185.6
171.9
187,2

45.8
46.2
45.5
46.7
48.6
46.9
47,5
47.3
47.1
47.7
46.2
47.6

12,102.6
12,487.8
12,695.7
12,837.8
12,842.4
13,164,8
13,313.5
13,426.9
13,561.1
13,682.1
13,905.7
13,914.9

4,458.2
4,713.7
4,772.8
4,802.3
4,672.7
4,861.0
4,900.6
4,938.3
5,010.7
5,200.2
5,101.9
5,030.9

7,644.4
7,774.0
7,922.8
8,035.5
8,169.7
8,303.8
8,412.9
8,488.7
8,550.4
8,481.9
8,803.7
8,884.0

184.2
186.2
187.3
189.0
190.7
191.4
193.5
193.1
193.8
195.3
196.3
196.6

24.0
24.3
23.9
24.2
24.5
24.1
24.5
23.9
23.9
24.4
23.9
23.8

160.2
161.9
163.3
164.8
166,2
167.3
168.9
169.2
169.9
170,9
172.4
172.8

65.7
67.1
67.8
67.9
67.4
68.8
68.8
69.5
70.0
70.1
70.8
70.8

185.7
194.0
199.4
198.3
190.9
201.9
199.8
206.4
209.5
213.5
213.6
211.7

47.7
48.0
48.5
48.8
49.2
49.6
49,8
50.2
50.3
49.6
51.1
51.4

14,130.7
14,269.7
13,978.0
14,535.8
14,753.5
14,837,7
14,698.7
15,089.5
15,500.0
15,493.9
16,089.1
16,403.7

5,184.2
5,269.2
4,994.5
5,123.0
5,466.3
5,383.0
5,297.0
5,537.7
5,646.4
5,592.5
5,930.8
6,024.7

8,946.5
9,000.4
8,983.5
9,412.8
9,287.1
9,454.7
9,401.7
9,551.8
9,853.6
9,901.3
10,158.3
10,379.0

197.2
198.5
199.4
200.6
201.1
202.0
204.0
206.5
207.7
210.2
210.6
211.3

23.6
23.5
23.5
23.4
23.5
22.9
23.2
23.1
23.3
23.9
23.4
23.4

173.6
175.0
175.9
177.1
177.6
179.1
180.8
183.4
184.3
186.3
187.2
187.9

71.7
71.9
70.1
72.5
73.4
73.4
72,0
73.1
74.6
73.7
76.4
77.6

220.1
224.4
212.7
218.7
232.4
235.1
227.9
240.1
241.9
233.6
253.2
257.2

51.5
51.4
51.1
53.1
52.3
52.8
52.0
52.1
53,5
53.2
54,3
55.2

17,063.5
17,147.6
17,438.2
17,752.9
17,967.7
18,609.9
19,272.1
19,458.0
19,616.7
20,245.1
20,387.2
20,847.9

6,234.6
6,093.2
5,988.8
6,269.5
6,466.0
6,670.4
6,872.5
7,050.3
7,149.4
7,243.5
7,351.1
7,573.3

10,829.0
11,054.4
11,449.4
11,483.5
11,501.6
11,939.4
12,399.6
12,407.8
12,467.3
13,001.5
13,036.1
13,274.6

216.7
217.7
218.8
218.9
220.3
221.9
223.0
223.2
223.2
225.0
225.7
227.2

24.4
24.3
24.2
24.2
23.9
24.4
24.5
24,9
24.5
24.5
24.9
25.1

192.3
193.4
194.6
194.7
196.4
197.4
198.5
198.2
198.7
200.5
200.8
202.1

78.7
78.8
79.7
81.1
81.6
83.9
86.4
87.2
87.9
90.0
90.3
91.8

255.6
250.4
247.4
259.2
270.8
272,9
280.4
282.9
291.5
295.7
295.0
301.5

56.3
57.2
58.8
59.0
58.6
60.5
62.5
62.6
62.7
64,8
64.9
65,7

11. Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks—Continued
A. Seasonally adjusted—Continued
Debits during the month
(annual rate, billions of dollars)

Average deposits outstanding
(billions of dollars)

Annual rate of deposit turnover

To demand deposits1

Demand deposits i

Demand deposits j

Year and month
All
banks

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

20,785.8
21,318.7
21,966.7
22,078.9
22,552.3
22,573.8
23,088.4
23,313.2
24,246.6
24,055.8
24,536.3
24,653.0

7,277.4
7,648.3
8,013.7
7,946.1
8,247.8
8,351.2
8,541.2
8,581.7
9,171.9
9,028.6
9,117.7
9,203.1

13,508.4
13,670.4
13,953.0
14,132.9
14,304.5
14,222.5
14,547.2
14,731.6
15,074.7
15,027.2
15,418.6
15,449.9

228.0
228.7
230.6
233.3
232.5
232.3
231.7
232.6
233.4
233.1
234.0
233.9

25.1
25.0
25.7
26.0
26.4
26.5
26.2
26.4
26.9
27.0
27.3
27.4

202.9
203.7
204.9
207.3
206.1
205.8
205.5
206.2
206.5
206.1
206.8
206.5

91.2
93.2
95.3
94.6
97.0
97.2
99.7
100.2
103.9
103.2
104.8
105.4

290.1
305.6
312.1
306.1
312.5
314.7
326.3
325.2
340.8
334,8
334.5
336.0

66.6
67.1
68.1
68.2
69.4
69.1
70.8
71,5
73,0
72.9
74.6
74.8

June . . .
July
August .
September
October
November
December

24,243.6
24,579.4
24,289.8
24,505.9
24,904.6
24,975.3
24,765.1
25,144.0
25,347.8
26,279,2
25,929.3
26,167.5

9,192.0
9,443.8
9,296.7
9,571.9
9,814.8
9,745.9
9,535.0
9,412.8
9,577.3
10,365.9
9,932.1
10,133.8

15,051.5
15,135.6
14,993.0
14,934.0
15,089.8
15,229.4
15,230.0
15,731.2
15,770.5
15,913.3
15,997.2
16,033.7

232.3
234.3
235.2
235.6
238.9
239.8
240.2
241.4
242.4
241.2
242.9
243.1

27.0
27.4
27.1
27.4
28.2
27,2
27.6
27.9
27.5
27.7
27.5
27.5

205.4
206.9
208.1
208.2
210.7
212.6
212.5
213.5
214.9
213.6
215.4
215.7

104.3
104.9
103.3
104.0
104.3
104.1
103.1
104.2
104.6
108,9
106.8
107.6

340.6
344.7
343.1
349.5
348.4
358.2
344.9
337,2
348.8
374.6
361.7
369.1

73.3
73.2
72.1
71.7
71.6
71.6
71.7
73.7
73.4
74.5
74.3
74.3

1976
January
February
March ,
April
May . . .
June
July . . .
August
September
October
November
December

26,551.8
27,997.7
28,420.0
28,120.9
28,039.3
28,632.8
29,563.7
29,817.6
29,526,3
29,937.2
30,150.7
32,450.8

10,471.5
10,682.8
11,455.2
11,170.0
10,933.6
11,231.1
11,973.7
11,857.5
11,317.0
11,873.2
11,797.3
12,845.4

16,080.3
17,314.9
16,964.8
16,950.9
17,105.7
17,401.7
17,589.9
17,960.1
18,209.3
18,064.1
18,353.4
19,605.4

244.7
246,0
245.6
246.3
246.4
246.7
248.2
248.6
249.1
250.5
253.5
259.0

28.0
28.1
28.0
27.5
27.2
27.3
27.7
27.5
27.7
27.1
27.4
27.3

216.8
217,9
217.5
218.8
219.2
219.3
220.5
221.0
221.4
223.5
226.0
231.7

108.5
113.8
115.7
114.2
113.8
116.1
119.1
119.9
118.6
119.5
119.0
125.3

374.2
380.4
408.7
406.1
402.3
411.0
432.5
430.5
409.0
438.4
430.1
471.1

74.2
79.5
78.0
77.5
78.0
79.3
79.8
81.3
82.3
80.8
81.2
84.6

1974
January
February
March
April
May
June . . . .
July
August .
September
October
November
December
1975
January
February
March




...

25

11. Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks—Continued
A. Seasonally adjusted—Continued
Debits during the month
(annual rate, billions of dollars)
Year and
month

Average deposits outstanding
(billions of dollars)

Annual rate of deposit turnover

ATS
ATS
ATS
Demand deposits1
Demand deposits1
and Savings
and Savings
and Savings
NOW
NOW *-,
deMajor Other NOW de- 3
Major
All N.Y.C. Other
All
Other
ac- 2 posits3
ac- 2 posits3
ac- posits
banks banks banks counts
banks counts
banks N.Y.C. banks counts2
banks

To demand deposits1
All
banks

Major
N.Y.C.
banks

1977
January . . . . 32,470.6
February . . , 31,895,4
32,629.1
March. .
33,602.1
April
34,442.9
May. .
, y
34,055.3
June
34,194.5
July
August . . . . 34,240.3
September. . 34,922.3
35,275.3
October
November. . 36,438.7
December . . 36,970,2

13,115.1
13,107.1
13,147.5
13,406.8
14,039.9
13,511.9
13,445.9
13,892.4
14,401.6
14,794.7
14,277.5
14,903.9

19,355.6
18,788.2
19,481.6
20,195.4
20,403.0
20,543.4
20,748.6
20,347.9
20,520.7
20,480.5
22,161.2
22,066.3

1(X2
9.1
11.6
10.7
9.9
11.9

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

14,190.1
14,053.9
14,355.7
15,290.5
14,816.1
15,441.3
14,877.3
15,562.8
15,296.3
15,599.6
15,608.2
15,135.9

22,306.3
22,844.2
23,133,0
23,958.7
24,862.0
25,522.4
25,407.8
26,123.7
26,415.1
27,312.4
27,643.1
27,417.0

1979
January . . . 44,484.5 16,030.5
February .. 44,929.8 16,150.9
March.. .. 45,998.2 16,298.4
47,685.2 17,479.2
47,590.7 17,103.0
49,810.3 18,971.9
June
51,541.5 19,496.8
July
August
51,854.2 19,442.6
September. .' 53,731.8 20,377.7
53,777.1 20,033.3
October
November. . 52,664.1 19,571.1
December . . 54,768.2 20,821.4

28,454.0
28,778.9
29,699.9
30,206.0
30,487.7
30,838.4
32,044.7
32,411.6
33,354.1
33,743.8
33,093.0
33,946.8

36,496.4
36,898.2
37,488.7
39,249.2
39,678.1
40,963.7
40,285.1
41,686.5
41,711.4
42,912.1
43,251.2
4?,552.9

26



211.6
212,6
212.8
213.3
214.3
215.1

127.5
124.9
126.5
129.6
132.5
130.5
127.7
127.5
129.2
129.2
133.0
133,3

473.5
479.9
482.7
487.6
509.0
503.8
476.2
510.4
529.1
545.3
528.7
549.4

85.3
82.4
84.4
87.1
87.8
87.7
86.7
84,3
84,4
83.3
89.7
88.2

6.8
5.7
6.8
6.3
5.5
6.6

1.6
1.6
1.7
1.5
1.6
1.6

1.9
1.9
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.2
2.3
2.3
5.1

217.1
218.2
219.2
220.0
221,3
221.0
218.7
218.2
218.2
217.8
217.7
215,5

130.3
131.2
133.0
137,6
138.4
141.5
138.5
142.2
141.8
144.4
145.7
142.6

516.8
515.3
529.3
559.9
547.0
570.2
530.8
548,6
544.4
545.8
546,3
530.6

88.3
89.9
90,8
92.9
95.8
97.2
96.7
98.7
99.3
101.7
103.0
101.6

7.2
5.7
7.2
7.3
8.0
8.6
7.4
6.1
7,6
7.0
6,7
6,7

1,4
1.5
1.7
1.8
1.8
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
2.0
2.1
2.0

6.5
7.9
9.1
9.9
10.5
10.7
11.2
11.9
12.1
12.1
12.4
12.7

212.5
210.3
209,5
208.4
206.8
206.9
205.8
204.5
202,2
198.7
193.7
192,5

148.9
150.5
153.7
157.3
156.6
162.8
167.7
168.7
172.7
172.0
168.2
175.2

581.9
577.6
577.9
621.5
601.8
662,1
666.6
663.8
687.9
657.9
634.3
683.2

104.9
106.3
109.6
109.9
110.6
111.2
115.2
116.5
118.5
119.6
117.3
120.3

7.5
6.9
7.8
8.2
8.2
8.6
7.6
6.5
8.0
8.8
7.6
8.1

2.3
2.1
2.4
2.7
3.2
2.8
3.1
3.2
2,9
3,5
3,6
3.3

338'.6
340.2
361,8
319.9
342.9
344.2

254.6
255.3
258.0
259.4
260.0
261,0
267.7
268.6
270.4
273.0
274.0
277.4

27.7
27.3
27.2
27.5
27.6
26.8
28.2
27.2
27.2
27,1
27.0
27.1

226.9
228.0
230.8
231.9
232.4
234.2
239.4
241.4
243.1
245.9
247.0
250.2

1.5
1.6
1.7
1.7
1.8
1.8

13.7
10.8
14.4
14.6
16.0
17.2
15.5
13.4
16.7
16.1
15.4
34.2

303.9
327.3
372.6
396.0
398.3
419.9
415,5
414.6
414.6
435.6
457.2
431.0

280.1
281.3
281.9
285.2
286.6
289.5
290,8
293.1
294.1
297.1
296,9
298.3

27.5
27.3
27.1
27.3
27.1
27.1
28.0
28.4
28.1
28.6
28,6
28.5

252.7
254.1
254.7
257.9
259.5
262.4
262.8
264.7
266.0
268.5
268.4
269.8

48.8
54,5
71.0
81.2
86.1
92.0
85,1
77.4
96.8
106.5
94.2
102.9

488.8
441.6
502.8
562.7
661.8
579.3
638.0
654.4
586.4
695.5
697.3
635.3

298.8
298.6
299.2
303.1
304.0
305.9
307.3
307.4
311.2
312.7
313.0
312,6

27.5
28.0
28.2
28.1
28.4
28.7
29.2
29.3
29.6
30.5
30.9
30.5

271.2
270.6
271.0
275.0
275.6
277.3
278.1
278.2
281.5
282.2
282.2
282.1

11. Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks—Continued
A. Seasonally adjusted—Continued
Average deposits outstanding
(billions of dollars)

Debits during the month
(annual rate, billions of dollars)
Year and
month

1

To demand deposits

ATS
and Savings
NOW
deac- 2 posits3
counts

Major
N.Y.C.
banks

671.3
699.7
684.9
681.7
659.3
617.1
648.6
660.5
756.8
738.7
834.2
846.4

313.8
315.1
315.2
315.3
315.8
316.1
316.3
316.3
316.0
317.7
313.3
311.7

31.4
31.9
30.6
31.3
31.5
30.9
32.1
31.0
31.3
31.5
30.7
31.4

282.4
283.2
284.5
284.0
284.3
285.2
284.2
285.4
284.7
286.2
282.6
280.3

13.1
13.7
14.2
13.8
14.1
15.6
16.5
17.4
18.3
18.8
20.4
20.7

191.8
189.1
185.1
179.4
178.2
181.5
185.3
188.7
189,2
189.4
189.6
184.0

185.2
191.9
189.0
186.2
194.2
191.4
195.5
201.0
202.3
2Q7.3
217.0
226.2

737.7
760.2
776.9
785.5
807.4
771.2
763.0
821.4
800.9
848.2
879.6
888.7

123.7
127.9
125.7
120.0
126.3
128.6
131.4
133.6
136.4
136.6
145.0
151.9

10.0
9.2
10,3
13.0
10.1
11.0
10.0
7.0
9.9
9.4
7.5
10.3

3.5
3.7
3.7
3.8
3.7
3.4
3.5
3.5
4.0
3.9
4.4
4.6

522.5
542.5
777.6
872.1
709.9
895.4
734.2
674.4
864.9
813.3
828.1
897.2

725.3
694.0
674.7
656.3
664.6
717.7
620.2
795.0
651.3
635.5
631.1
689.3

293.1
287.8
286.4
284.3
283.7
279.4
281.4
279.5
278.0
278.4
282.0
284.6

30.2
31.6
31.5
29.6
30.2
29.3
29.6
30.5
30.6
30.5
30.3
30.5

262.9
256.1
254.9
254.6
253.5
250.1
251.7
249.0
247.4
247.9
251.7
254.1

34.6
43.4
48.3
53.5
52.2
53.3
55.2
56.2
57.5
57.6
60.0
62.1

176.9
173.5
173.0
172.7
170.4
166.9
163.2
159.0
155.2
153.5
155.4
157.1

246.7
257.1
268.1
270.2
275.7
278.6
295.2
313.0
308.4
300.6
310.1
305.4

968.9
964.7
1,009.5
1,065.1
1,071.8
1,123.4
1,223.3
1,291.0
1,237.3
1,165.8
1,161.1
1,119.1

163.8
169.7
176.5
177.7
180.8
179.6
185.9
193.6
193.5
194.2
207.6
207.7

15.1
12.5
16.1
16.3
13.6
16.8
13.3
12.0
15.0
14.1
13.8
14.4

4.1
4.0
3.9
3.8
3.9
4.3
3.8
5.0
4.2
4.1
4.1
4.4

749.1
854.1
893.7
915.7
900.5
977.6
1,049.9
1,146.2
1,165.4
1,109.4
1,224.6
1,448.1

625.0
724.7
733.7
686.4
698.9
698.9
773.8
770.7
707.8
637.0
697.1
889.3

288.1
280.3
277.9
278.8
277.4
274.9
277.8
278.6
277.1
283.1
286.0
285.3

30.6
29.2
28.6
28.6
28.9
27.6
29.1
27.8
29.6
32.4
30.8
30.5

257.5
251.0
249.3
250.3
248.5
247.3
248.6
250.9
247.4
250.7
255.2
254.9

65.7
67.4
68.6
70.3
68.8
69.1
68.8
71.0
73.1
75.4
78.5
78.8

159.1
158.3
159.4
159.4
159.3
158.3
155.5
154.7
154.6
157.9
163.2
187.6

297.9
308.5
307.5
311.2
319.3
318.7
325.0
341.6
341.0
343.0
333.8
342.6

1,148.1
1,256.5
1,250.4
1,296.6
1,287.8
1,295.9
1,265.7
1,424.2
1,282.5
1,298.7
1,263.7
1,381.2

196.9
198.1
199.4
198.8
206.6
209.8
214.8
221.8
228.3
219.5
221.4
218.3

11.4
12,7
13.0
13.0
13.1
14.2
15.3
16.2
15.9
14.7
15.6
18.4

3.9
4.6
4.6
4.3
4.5
4.4
5.0
5.0
4.6
4.0
4.3
4.7

Other
banks

1980
January . . . . 58,128.2
February . . . 60,466.3
59,581.6
March
58,698.0
April
61,337.2
May
60,515.8
June
61,827.1
July
63,574.6
August
September. . 63,918.7
October. . . . 65,853.3
November. .1 67,982.5
December . . 70,491.4

23,199.7
24,240.8
23,803.1
24,611.2
25,443.6
23,829.2
24,491.3
25,441.0
25,097.9
26,757.5
27,013.3
27,924.8

34,928.6
36,225.5
35,778.4
34,086.8
35,893.6
36,686.6
37,335.9
38,133.7
38,820.7
39,095.8
40,969.2
42,566.6

131.0
126.0
146.3
179.4
142.4
171.6
165.0
121.8
181.2
176.7
153.0
213.2

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

72,319.9
73,995.3
76,781.8
76,801.6
78,223.0
77,833.9
83,058.7
87,495.5
85,724.8
83,692.7
87,450.4
86,927.1

29,259.2
30,524.6
31,808.5
31,545.0
32,388.8
32,918.8
36,253.3
39,292.8
37,841.7
35,544.6
35,188.9
36,731.8

43,060.7
43,470.8
44,973.3
45,256.7
45,834.2
44,915.2
46,805.4
48,202.8
47,883.1
48,148.1
52,261,5
52,786.0

1982
January . . . .
February . . .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . . .
September. .
October
November . .
December . .

85,831.5
86,456.7
85,467.9
86,781.3
88,573.8
87,602.3
90,280.7
95,177.9
94,480.0
97,097.0
95,475.9
97,748.5

35,142.6
36,731.7
35,758.0
37,038.4
37,248.2
35,729.5
36,880.8
39,525.3
37,986.3
42,077.9
38,971.6
42,104.4

50,688.8
49,724.9
49,709.9
49,742.9
51,325.7
51,872.8
53,399.9
55,652.6
56,493.7
55,019.1
56,504.4
55,644.1




ATS
ATS
Demand deposits1
and Savings
and Savings
NOW
de- 3
NOW
deMajor
Other
All
ac- 2 posits
ac- posits3
N.Y.C. Other
banks
banks counts
banks counts2
banks

Demand deposits
All
banks

Major
N.Y.C.
banks

All
banks

Annual rate of deposit turnover

1

27

11. Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks
B. Not seasonally adjusted
Debits during the month
(annual rate, billions of dollars)

Annual rate of deposit turnover

To demand deposits1

Year and month

Average deposits outstanding
(billions of dollars)
Demand deposits1

Demand deposits1

All
banks

1970
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

. ..

1971
January
February
March
. .,
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1972
January
February
March
April
May
June
Julv
August
September
October
November
December
1973
January
February
March
April
May
June
Julv
August
September
October
November , , .
December

28



. .

..

...
.

....

...

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

11,091,6
9,674,4
11,155.2
11,742.0
10,681.2
11,678.4
11,715.6
10,707.6
11,334.0
11,895.6
10,908.0
13,383.6

3,821.0
3,364.4
4,138,2
4,187.3
3,584.5
4,089.0
4,057.9
3,790.6
4,068.4
4,310.3
4,035.9
5,237.6

7,270.6
6,310.0
7,017.0
7,554.7
7,096,7
7,589.4
7,657.7
6,917.0
7,265.6
7,585.3
6,872.1
8,146.0

183.7
174.1
171.9
179.4
173.7
176.8
176.4
175.5
179.7
179.8
182.8
188.5

24.6
24.0
22.1
24.2
22.9
24.5
23.5
23.2
24.2
23.1
24.0
24.9

159.1
150.1
149.8
155.2
150.8
152.3
152.9
152.3
155.5
156.7
158.8
163.6

60.4
55.6
64.9
65.5
61.5
66,1
66.4
61.0
63.1
66.2
59.7
71.0

155.3
140.2
187.2
173.0
156.5
166.9
172.7
163.4
168.1
186.6
168.2
210.3

45.7
42.0
46.8
48.7
47.1
49.8
50.1
45.4
46.7
48.4
43.3
49.8

12,034.8
11,336.4
13,578.0
13,423.2
12,001.2
13,684.8
13,136.4
12,928.8
13,384.8
13,206.0
13,738.8
15,364.8

4,479.1
4,410.5
5,260.6
5,031.7
4,280.0
4,942.6
4,615.0
4,613.3
5,055.9
4,942.9
5,073.3
5,877.6

7,555.7
6,925.9
8,317.4
8,391.5
7,721.2
8,742.2
8,521.4
8,315.5
8,328.9
8,263.1
8,665.5
9,487.2

190.0
182.7
183.6
188.6
186.6
189.9
192.2
188.1
191.2
194.8
196.1
201.6

24.8
24.0
23.7
23.7
23.8
24.0
24.1
22.6
23.2
23.9
23.5
24.3

165.2
158.7
159.9
164.9
162,8
165.9
168.1
165.5
168.0
170.9
172.6
177.3

63.3
62.0
74.0
71.2
64.3
72.1
68.3
68.7
70.0
67.8
70.1
76.2

180.6
183.8
222.0
212.3
179.8
205.9
191.5
204.1
217.9
206.8
215.9
241.9

45.7
43.6
52.0
50.9
47.4
52.7
50.7
50,2
49.6
48.4
50.2
53.5

13,942.8
13,165.2
15,103.2
14,156.4
14,955.6
15,523.2
14,019.6
15,332.4
14,768.4
15,624.0
16,114.8
16,887.6

5,194.9
4,961.3
5,596.9
4,940.3
5,372.2
5,554.2
4,788.1
5,467.3
5,330.6
5,529,6
6,059.1
6,401.7

8,747.9
8,203.9
9,506.3
9,216.1
9,583.4
9,969.0
9,231.5
9,865.1
9,437.8
10,094.4
10,055.7
10,485.9

201.8
195.5
197.6
204.3
198.3
202.3
206.1
203.1
208,6
211.4
212.9
221.3

24.0
23.5
23.6
24.3
23.3
23.2
23.9
22.3
23.5
24.2
23.6
25.4

177.8
172.0
174.0
180.0
175.0
179.1
182.2
180.8
185,1
187.2
189.3
195.9

69.1
67.3
76.4
69.3
75.4
76.7
68.0
75.5
70.8
73.9
75.7
76.3

216.5
211.1
237.2
203.3
230,6
239.4
200.3
245.2
226.8
228.5
256.7
252.0

49.2
47.7
54.6
51.2
54.8
55.7
50.7
54.6
51.0
53.9
53.1
53.5

18,181.2
15,654.0
18,139.2
17,763.6
18,328.8
18,693.6
19,062.0
19,674.0
18,055.2
21,182.4
20,220.0
21,381.6

6,650.5
5,712.8
6,439.1
6,249.1
6,481.0
6,554.8
6,454.1
6,921.3
6,582.8
7,504.8
7,350.8
8,083.1

11,530.7
9,941.2
11,700.1
11,514.5
11,847.8
12,138.8
12,607.9
12,752.7
11,472.4
13,677.6
12,869.2
13,298.5

223.3
215.2
216.1
220.8
216.1
222.6
223.8
218.8
223.9
224.7
227.5
236.4

25.5
24.5
24.2
24.5
23.6
24.8
24.6
23.7
24.6
24.2
24.8
26.6

197.8
190,7
191.9
196.3
192.5
197.8
199.2
195.1
199.3
200.5
202.7
209.8

81.4
72.7
83.9
80.5
84.8
84.0
85.2
89.9
80.6
94.3
88.9
90.4

260.8
233.2
266.1
255.1
274.6
264.3
262.4
292.0
267.6
310.1
296,4
303.9

58.3
52.1
61,0
58.7
61.5
61.4
63.3
65.4
57.6
68.2
63.5
63.4

11* Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted—Continued
Debits during the month
(annual rate, billions of dollars)

Annual rate of deposit turnover

To demand deposits1

Year and month

Average deposits outstanding
(billions of dollars)
Demand deposits1

Demand deposits1

All
banks

1974
January
February
March
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

1975
January
Febniary
March
April

May

..

.,..
. . .

June
July
August
September
October
November
December

1976
January
February
March
April
May
, /
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

..

...
...
....

.....




Other
banks

All
banks

Major
N.Y.C.
banks

Other
banks

All
banks

Major
N.Y.C.
banks

Other
banks

2^,209.6
19,387.2
21,883.2
22,880.4
22,881.6
21,937.2
23,707.2
22,730.4,
23,007.6
25,352.4
23,223.6
26,142.0

...

Major
N.Y.C
banks
7,896.1
7,119.4
8,167.4
8,137.0
8,266.7
8,081.6
8,429.7
8,072.5
8,725.8
9,596.4
8,574.4
10,089.6

14,313.5
12,267.8
13,715.8
14,743.4
14,614.9
13,855.6
15,277.5
14,657.9
14,281.8
15,756.0
14,649.2
16,052.4

233.4
224.9
227.9
233.8
227.0
232.6
231.4
228.0
232.2
231.7
236.7
241.8

26.0
25.1
25.6
26.1
25.4
26.9
25.9
25.4
26.3
26.5
27.2
28.5

207.4
199.8
202.3
207.7
201.6
205.7
205.5
202.6
205.9
205.2
209.5
213.3

95.2
86.2
96.0
97.9
100.8
94.3
102.5
99.7
99.1
109.4
98.1
108.1

303.7
283.6
319.0
311.8
325.5
300.4
325.5
317.8
331.8
362.1
315.2
354.0

69.0
61.4
67.8
71.0
72.5
67.4
74.3
72.3
69.4
76.8
69.9
75.3

25,678.8
22,195.2
24,042.0
25,461.6
24,381.6
25,105.2
25,636.8
23,605.2
24,960.0
27,506.4
23,546.4
28,656.0

9,907.8
8,664.0
9,452.3
9,897.4
9,494.0
9,816.4
9,681.8
8,500.1
9,355.1
10,994.8
9,046.5
11,483.9

15,771.0
13,531.2
14,589.7
15,564.2
14,887.6
15,288.8
15,955.0
15,105.1
15,604.9
16,511.6
14,499.9
17,172.1

237.1
229.1
230.5
235.6
232.4
238.0
238.9
237.1
240.1
239.1
245.4
249.8

27.6
27.1
26.6
27.2
27.2
27.0
27.2
26.8
26.7
26.4
27.4
28.1

209.5
202.0
203.9
208.4
205.2
211.0
211.7
210.3
213.4
212.7
218.0
221.7

108.3
96.9
104.3
108.1
104.9
105.5
107.3
99.6
104.0
115.0
96.0
114.7

359.0
319.7
355.3
363.9
349.0
363.6
355.9
317.2
350.4
416.5
330.2
408.7

75.3
67.0
71.6
74.7
72.6
72.5
75.4
71.8
73.1
77.6
66.5
77.5

27,069.6
24,523.2
30,423.6
29,389.2
26,556.0
30,496.8
29,676.0
29,319.6
29,505.6
29,188.8
29,529.6
35,679.6

10,830.1
9,436.7
12,396.8
11,667.0
10,148.2
11,901.3
11,729.0
11,246.4
11,398.3
11,478.8
11,486.4
14,594.0

16,239.5
15,086.5
18,026.8
17,722.2
16,407.8
18,595.5
17,947.0
18,073.2
18,107.3
17,710.0
18,043.2
21,085.6

249.3
241.5
241.8
248.6
243.2
247.8
250.9
246.0
249.8
254.0
257.5
268.8

28.7
27.9
28.1
27.7
27.2
28.2
28.1
27.1
27.4
27.5
28.0
28.3

220.6
213.6
213.7
220.9
216.0
219.6
222.8
218.9
222.4
226.5
229.5
240.5

108.6
101.5
125.8
118.2
109.2
123.1
118.3
119.2
118.1
114.9
114.7
132.7

377.4
338.2
441.2
421.2
373.1
422.0
417.4
415.0
416.0
417.4
410.2
515.7

73.6
70.6
84.4
80.2
76.0
84.7
80.6
82.6
81.4
78.2
78.6
87.7

29

11. Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted—Continued
Average deposits outstanding
(billions of dollars)

Debits during the month
(annual rate, billions of dollars)
To demand deposits1

Year and
month

ATS
and Savings
deNOW
posits3
ac2
counts

All
banks

Other
banks

338.7
346.9
335.4
344.1
314.9
341.9

263.6
250.8
252.2
262.5
254.6
260.3
271.1
264.4
270.5
275.4
277.8
287.3

29.9
27.4
27.2
27.9
27.1
27.1
28.4
26.4
26.6
27.2
27.3
28.3

233.7
223.4
225.0
234.6
227.5
233.2
242.6
238.0
243.9
248.2
250.5
259.0

.5"
.6
.7
.7
.8
.8

14.6
10.5
12.7
13.8
15.8
15.5
14.8
15.9
15.9
16.9
17.2
34.9

323.8
307.9
369.1
412.3
383.6
430.9
421.3
419.3
405.1
450.5
434.1
426.8

288.1
274.8
274.1
288.3
278.9
287.5
292.9
287.1
295.2
298.1
298.7
308.9

29.4
27.2
26.4
27.6
26.1
27.1
28.1
27.1
27.8
28.3
28.2
29.4

258.7
247.6
247.7
260.7
252.8
260.4
264.8
260.0
267.4
269.8
270.5
279.5

30,132.8 53.2
25,708.2 50.7
30,341.4 60.7
29,903.9 76.4
31,176.7 84.1
31,344.1 83.8
32,230.6 82.3
33,426.1 91.8
30,575.7 93.4
35,299.4 113.1
31,825.5 106.0
33,508.9 103.9

528.5
387.7
526.9
610.6
642.5
570.6
634.8
630.1
570.0
720.3
659.0
629.5

305.5
290.3
290.3
303.7
294.5
304.3
307.3
300.0
311.9
312.1
313.4
321.5

29.2
27.4
27.5
27.3
26.9
29.1
28.9
27.3
29.3
29.9
30.1
31.2

276.3
262.9
262.8
276.4
267.6
275.3
278.5
272.7
282.6
282.3
283.3
290.3

All
banks

Other
banks

32,068.0
28,686.7
35,050.2
33,605.5
33,822.9
36,435.8
32,956.7
35,068.9
34,702.3
34,188.8
35,673.5
38,940.7

13,076.3
11,784.8
14,358.8
13,210.2
13,505.6
14,707.0
12,604.4
13,876.6
14,325.2
14,298.1
13,988.8
16,119.7

18,991.7
16,901.9
20,691.4
20,395.3
20,317.3
21,728.8
20,352.3
21,192.3
20,377.1
19,890.7
21,684.7
22,821.0

9.8
10.7
11.1
11.1
11.2
12.1

June
July .
August . . . .
September. .1
October. . . .
November. .
December . .

37,511.0
33,012.8
39,944.2
37,722.4
40,320.9
43,663.2
38,830.8
43,133.0
39,846.9
42,942.1
42,213.2
42,893.3

14,767.3
12,537.4
15,511.1
14,587.9
14,787.6
16,701.3
14,144.6
15,969.6
14,557.1
15,362.0
15,617.8
15,627.1

22,783.7
20,475.3
24,433.1
23,134.5
25,533.3
26,961.9
24,686.2
27,163.4
25,289.8
27,580.1
26,595.4
27,266.2

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

47,442.7
40,090.9
47,139.0
46,912.7
48,590.1
50,831.4
51,510.6
53,503.2
49,648,2
55,616.3
50,994.6
55,047.5

17,309.9
14,382.8
16,797.7
17,008.8
17,413.5
19,487.3
19,280.0
20,077.1
19,072.5
20,316.9
19,169.0
21,538.6

1978
January . . . .
February . . .
March
April

May

30



ATS
and Savings
NOW
deacposits3
2
counts

Major
N.Y.C.
banks

Major
N.Y.C.
banks

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

Demand deposits1

Annual rate of deposit turnover
Demand deposits1

ATS
and Savings
deNOW
acposits3
2
counts

All
banks

Major
N.Y.C.
banks

Other
banks

213.2
213.6
213.3
214.3
214.0
214.0

121.7
114.4
139.0
128.0
132.8
140.0
121.6
132.6
128.3
124.1
128.4
135.5

437.3
430.1
527.9
473.5
498.4
542.7
443.2
525.6
538.5
525.7
512.4
569.6

81.3
75.7
92.0
86.9
89.3
93.2
83.9
89.0
83.5
80.1
86.6
88.1

*6.5
6.7
6.5
6.5
6.2
6.7

Y.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.6

1.9
1.9
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.2
2.3
2.3
5.1

215.8
216.4
218.2
220.1
220.6
221.0
220.5
219.7
219.7
219.6
217.8
214.6

130.2
120.1
145.7
130.8
144.6
151.9
132.6
150.2
135.0
144.1
141.3
138.9

502.1
460.4
587.5
528.5
566.6
616.3
503.4
589.3
523.6
542.8
553.8
531.5

88.1
82.7
98.6
88.7
101.0
103.5
93.2
104.5
94.6
102.2
98.3
97.6

7.7
5.5
6.4
6,9
7.9
7,8
7,0
7.2
7.2
7.3
7.5
6.8

1.5
1.4
.7
.9
.7
.9
.9
.9
.8
2.1
2.0
2.0

6.6
7.6
8.7
9.9
10.4
10.7
11.4
12.1
12.3
12,4
12.5
12,7

211.2
208.3
207.8
207.8
205.6
206.4
207.7
206.3
204.3
200.9
194.1
191.9

155.3
138.1
162.4
154.5
165.0
167.0
167.6
178.3
159.2
178.2
162.7
171.2

592.0
524.9
610.7
623.0
647.3
670.7
667.8
731.1
651.4
680.5
636.7
689.4

109.4
97.8
115.4
108.2
116.5
113.9
115.7
122.6
108.2
125.0
112.3
115.4

8.1
6.7
7.0
7.7
8.1
7.8
7.2
7.6
7.6
9.1
8.5
8.2

2,5
1.9
2.5
2.9
3.1
2.8
3.1
3.1
2.8
3.6
3.4
3.3

11. Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted—Continued
Debits during the month
(annual rate, billions of dollars)
Year and
month

1

To demand deposits

ATS
and Savings
NOW
deac- 2 posits3
counts

Annual rate of deposit turnover

1

ATS
Demand deposits1
and Savings
NOW
deMajor
Other
All
Other
acposits3
banks N.Y.C. banks
banks counts2
banks

Demand deposits

ATS
and Savings
NOW
deac- posits3
counts2

All
banks

Major
N.Y.C.
banks

732.2
644.8
700.9
740.6
627.8
613.8
651.6
643.4
745.8
804.9
670.1
8-24.7

318.8
307,5
306.9
297.7
297,0
305.2
309.4
310.2
318,5
320.6
320,1
322,9

32.4
31.4
31.2
29.5
28.7
30.6
30.6
29.6
31.5
31.6
32.1
32.9

286,4
276.3
275.7
268.2
268.3
274.6
278.8
280.6
287.0
289.0
288.1
289.9

13.2
13.3
13.7
13.8
13.9
15.5
16.7
17.6
18.6
19.1
20.5
20.9

190.6
187.1
183.1
178.5
176.7
180.8
187.3
190.7
191.6
191.8
190.2
183.6

195.5
177.8
192.1
203.2
203.3
202.9
210.9
197.5
201.6
214.6
191.6
238.8

781.6
698.8
749.5
838.7
861.8
808.6
845.9
814.8
806.2
871.5
756.1
944.1

129.3
119.3
129.3
133.5
133.1
135.6
141.3
132.5
135.4
142.8
128.7
158.8

10.7
8.9
9.2
12.2
9.9
9,9
9,5
8.2
9,4
9.7
8.4
10.4

3.8
3.4
3.8
4.1
3.6
3.4
3.5
3.4
3.9
4.1
4.2
4.5

566.2
510.3
677.0
821.4
688.1
804.4
792.5
745.7
817.6
807.2
753.1
868.1

789.0
629.3
677.3
708.9
639.5
706.7
680.3
652.1
639.5
671.2
600.7
680.4

302,0
282.1
280.7
286.3
280.0
278.6
282.5
276.6
279.6
280.5
282.2
293.1

32.4
31.2
31.6
29.5
29.8
29.9
29.2
29.9
30.7
30.8
30.5
31.6

269.7
250.8
249.1
256.8
250.2
248.7
253.2
246.6
248.9
249.7
254.9
261.5

35.0
42.3
47.2
53.8
51.4
53.1
55.6
56.3
57.8
58.2
60.4
63.3

175.8
171.5
170.9
171.6
168.8
166.1
165.1
160.8
157.3
155.4
155.9
156.8

247.6
236.8
280.4
274.9
263.0
295.9
308,8
304,6
309.6
300.2
284.4
327.3

940.0
882.7
1,020.0
1,089.7
1,006.1
1,172.2
1,310.8
1,258.6
1,255.5
1,141.8
1,065.9
1,227.6

164.5
156.4
186.5
181.5
174.4
190.4
193.1
188.9
192.8
196.4
191.0
218.6

16.2
12.1
14.4
15.3
13.4
15.2
14.3
13.2
14.1
13.9
12.5
13.7

4.5
3.7
4.0
4.1
3.8
4.3
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.3
3,9
4.3

894.5
790.9
904.5
1 ,,034.1
891.7
1,046.0
1,021.0
1,020.5
1,097.3
1,098.0
1,115.0
1,411.9

677.5
658.2
740.5
737.5
680.8
694.4
778.2
763.7
695.2
672.7
663.3
878.0

297.3
273.7
271.0
279,7
272.3
273.5
278.3
273.8
276.7
285.3
287.6
292.6

32.8
28.7
28.3
28.1
28.4
28.1
28.7
26.6
29.1
32.5
30.8
30.9

264.5
245.0
242.7
251.6
243.9
245.4
249.5
247.2
247.6
252.8
256.8
261.7

66.8
65.5
67.0
71.1
67.5
68.8
69.2
70.6
73.3
76.0
79.1
80.8

158.2
156.5
157.3
158.3
157.7
157.7
157.4
156.6
156.8
159.9
163.7
187.3

285.6
285.3
334.9
315.3
304.5
339.6
328.2
346.9
345.3
327.8
319.3
367.2

1,059.2
1,157.6
1,330.7
1,320.5
1,218.1
1,361.3
1,305.8
1,472.8
1,362.5
1,220.8
1,198.6
1,540.7

189.9
182.8
218.6
203.1
198.1
222.4
215.7
225.9
225.8
213.1
213.9
228.8

13.4
12.1
13.5
14.6
13.2
15.2
14.8
14.4
15.0
14.5
14.1
17.5

4.3
4.2
4.7
4.7
4.3
4.4
4.9
4.9
4.4
4.2
4.1
4.7

All
banks

Major
N.Y.C.
banks

Other
banks

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

62,325.1
54,679.7
58,950.0
60,494.2
60,386.5
61,913.7
65,264.7
61,279.6
64,225.5
68,810.1
61,327.0
77,103.5

25,311.2
21,761.6
23,389.8
24,761.0
24,762.1
24,728.2
25,867.9
24.106.9
25,373.8
27,532.8
24,245.7
31,076.2

37,013.8
32,918.1
35,560.2
35,733.2
35,624.4
37,185.5
39,396.8
37,172.7
38,851.8
41,277.3
37,081.2
46,027.3

142.0
118.0
125.4
167.7
137.8
152.8
157.7
144.3
175.2
185.3
172,8
217.3

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

74,771.5
66,803.0
78,716.7
78,714.0
73,639.1
82,441.7
87,228.2
84,240.7
86,573.5
84,194.9
81,145.2
95,906.7

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
38,750.0

44,361.1
39,223.7
46,461.9
46,618.9
43,638.7
47,340.6
48,897.6
46,592.8
47,978.9
49,038.8
48,681.6
57,156.7

1982
January . . . . •84,895.8 34,653.1 50,242.7
February . . . 78,096.3 33,314.1 44,782.4
90,758.4 37,708.0 53,050.4
March
88,169.7 37,073.9 51,095.9
82,913.9 34,585.7 48,328.2
92,867.2 38,286.7 54,580.6
June
91,318.9 37,502.5 53,816.4
July
August . . . . 94,968.5 39,126.7 55,841.8
September. . 95,557.1 39,634.0 55,923.1
93,543,3 39,657.6 53,885.7
October
November. . 91,838.8 36,893.5 54,944.8
December . . 107,454.9 47,576.3 59,878.6




Average deposits outstanding
(billions of dollars)

31

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

Measures
M2

M3

L

Currency

Demand
deposits

Travelers
checks2

Savings
deposits3

Small
time
deposits4

Large
time
deposits5

363.6
365.1
367.9
371.7
373.1
' 377.8
381.8
384.0
386.0
386.5
386.6
389.0

1,393.9
1,402.1
1,413.1
1,423.5
1,432.4
1,447.8
1,459.8
1,473.2
1,484.7
1,488.4
1,491.1
1,497.5

1,621.3
,633.1
,646.6
,658.1
,669.9
,686.3
,701.8
,719.6
,739.3
,748.8
,750.8
,758.4

1,935.9
1,953.5
1,976.1
1,994.6
2,016.1
2,046.9
2,066.4
2,086.0
2,109.3
2,120.8
2,123.9
2,131.8

98.3
98.9
99.6
100.5
101.1
101.8
102.7
103.7
104.6
105.4
105.8
106.3

251.9
251.4
252.2
255.1
254.2
257.5
259.9
260.4
261.2
260.8
260.6
262.0

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

473.2
467.9
465.5
460.1
456.9
457.5
456.1
455.5
450.9
439.7
428.2
423.1

533.4
542.8
551.0
560.7
567.8
575.2
582.8
591.6
601.9
614.8
628.8
635.9

197.1
199.5
200.1
199.6
199.7
199.5
202.4
206.1
212.5
219.3
221.3
222.2

391.4
395.6
395.0
387.1
389.1
394.3
399.2
406.3
411.7
415.2
416.6
414.1

1,505.0
1,519.7
1,526.9
1,518.8
1,530.4
1,552.0
1,573.6
1,594.3
1,608.5
1,618.6
1,630.6
1,630.3

,767.6
,787.2
1,797.5
1,793.7
1,808.9
1,830.1
1,851.7
1,875.9
1,892.1
1,907.1
1,926.2
1,936.7

2,146.5
2,171.2
2,186.4
2,191.8
2,207.5
2,224.1
2,242.2
2,270.2
2,286.9
2,301.4
2,325.4
2,343.6

107.5
108.1
108.8
109.1
110.0
110.9
111.9
112.9
113.7
114.7
115.5
116.2

262.8
265.3
263.6
256.6
255.9
258.9
261.2
265.8
269.2
270.9
270.3
266.8

3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3,9
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.1
4.1

417.8
411.9
402.2
386.9
383.0
391.9
402.5
413.2
417.8
417.9
415.6
400.7

641.3
650.0
663.3
682,2
691.0
691.4
690.8
691,0
694.9
701.1
714.2
731.7

223.8
227.4
231.8
236.4
237.6
234.1
230.8
231.5
235.2
240.1
248.1
258.9

416.7
419.9
424.5
429.7
429.7
429.9
432.0
433.9
433.5
433.3
435.9
440.6

1,638.3
1,652.2
1,672.0
1,686.5
1,693.8
1,705.9
1,720.5
1,741.6
1,751.8
1,763.8
1,780.6
1,794.9

1,955.9
1,975.3
1,995.6
2,011.4
2,026.7
2,047.9
2,069.2
2,096.6
2,114.0
2,128.3
2,150.0
2,167.9

2,368.6
2,393.5
2,409.3
2,420.3
2,444.6
2,473.6
2,497.5
2,531.4
2,555.2
2,579.0
2,605.2
2,622.0

116.3
117.2
117.9
118.9
119.2
119.7
120.4
120.7
121.0
121.2
121.9
123.2

253.5
245.3
243.3
243.2
240.6
238.8
238.0
237.8
235.8
235.5
235.2
236.4

4.2
4.2
4.2
4.3
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.4
4.5
4.5

384.2
377.7
375.3
374,5
369.3
363.7
361.2
354.2
348.8
343.4
343.9
344.4

748.9
757.4
762.6
762.6
769.6
780.1
785.6
800.0
810.5
824.0
828.6
828.6

268.1
272.4
271.4
270.3
279.0
286.3
292.3
298.3
301.8
301.6
301.7
302.6

447.8
448.0
448.6
449.3
452.4
453.4
454.4
458.3
463.2
468.8
474.1
478.4

1,810.1
1,815.8
1,828.9
1,835.2
1,850.6
1,864.6
1,880.9
1,903.6
1,917.0
1,929.5
1,944.7
1,958.8

2,181.8
2,191.6
2,210.9
2,224.1
2,240.7
2,260.2
2,283.4
2,317.8
2,333.9
2,351.8
2,369.9
2,376.9

2,644.4
2,668.0
2,692.6
2,709.9
2,736.9
2,766.0
2,795.7
2,821.1
2,837.7
2,863.1
2,883.0
2,892.4

124.0
124.7
125.2
126.3
127.4
128.2
128.8
129.6
130.5
131.3
131.9
132.8

238.9
235.5
233.8
233.3
233.1
232.3
232.1
232.5
234.0
236.1
237.6
239.8

4.4
4.5
4.5
4.4
4.5
4.5
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4

347.7
346.9
346.6
345.9
346.6
347.2
345.0
346.7
350.0
358.0
366.4
359.0

826.6
833.1
840.7
847.2
852.5
859.3
872.9
879.8
883.2
877.8
874.6
859.1

304.4
309.9
315.8
321.2
322.1
327.4
332.1
334.9
336.1
339.6
340.4
333.9

Year and month
Ml

1979
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1980
January
February
March
'l

Z
June

:
,

July
August
September
October
November
December

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

. ^.

1982
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

32



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

Components
Money market
mutual funds

Year
and month

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

Ml

M2

M3

L

3

T

^r™V

m£d
de
:
posits

checks'
cnecics

™f

25- $L ^
Savings S?
- 6- Euro P
pu±e '"sti- deposit de 4
6
posits d0jj™s7 ^
tution
posits
broker/ only
dealer

S?

able de

de

posits5

367.9
356.4
3609
376.2
367 1
376.8
383.4
381.8
385.7
388.0
389.7
398.8

,397.0
,391.9
407 4
,432.5
428 5
,448.8
,465.2
,470.2
,482.0
,490.0
1,489.5
1,502.1

1,627.6
,625.8
,643 2
,666.2
665 2
,684.1
,703.2
,714.4
,734.9
,749.1
,750.3
,766.7

1,942.4
1,948.7
1 975 0
2,005.3
2 014 9
2,044.6
2,065.0
2,077.7
2,102.5
2,119.0
2,122.4
2,138.9

97.5
97.6
98 7
99.9
100 6
101.9
103.2
103.9
104.5
105.1
106.6
108.2

257.1
244.5
246.7
259.3
249.2
256.4
260.5
257.7
260.7
262.5
263.0
270.1

3.3
3.3
3.4
3.4
3.5
3.8
4.1
4.0
3.9
3.7
3.6
3.5

10.0
10.9
12.2
13.6
13.7
14.7
15.6
16.1
16.6
16.6
16.5
17.0

20.5
21.4
22.2
22.9
24.6
25.0
24.5
24.7
26.2
24.9
21.8
21.2

7.7
9.5
11.1
12.8
14.7
16.8
19.4
22.1
24.6
27.6
30.8
33.4

3.6
4.1
4.8
5.5
62
6.9
7.7
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.8
9.5

469.5
463.0
463 4
461.4
456 8
458.8
460.9
458.3
452.9
442.7
426.0
420,7

535.8
546.1
554 4
563.9
570 0
5760
581.8
588.0
597.6
611.8
626.3
633.1

June
July
August . . . .
September . .
October . . . .
November . .
December . .

395.9
386.2
387.8
392.6
383.4
393.0
400.5
404.1
411.0
417.1
420.7
424.7

1,509.5
1,509.8
1,522.2
1,529.5
1,527.6
1,553 1
,577.9
,590.2
,603.7
,619.4
,629.5
,635.0

,775.7
,781.4
,795.5
,802 9
,805.2
,827 7
,851.8
,869.5
1,885.7
1,906.9
1,926.0
1,944.9

2,155.4
2,168.9
2,187.4
2,204.3
2,208.1
2,221 9
2,238.9
2,259.4
2,277.2
2,298.6
2,324.1
2,350.8

106.5
106.8
107.9
108.7
109.9
111 1
112.7
113.6
113.6
114.8
116.7
118.3

268.2
257.9
257.9
260.9
250.9
257.5
261.6
262.9
268.5
272.7
273.2
275.2

3.6
3.6
3.6
3.6
3.7
4.0
4.4
4.4
4.2
4.0
3.9
3.9

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

21.7
21.9
23.1
20.0
20.8
23.0
26.6
27.7
28.5
28.3
28.5
28.4

37.8
45.3
48.4
47.9
51.7
56.5
59.8
61.6
61.2
61.6
62.0
61.4

10.6
11.9
12.0
12.0
14.6
17.8
20.1
20.0
18.0
16.6
15.7
14.9

415.1
407.5
400.3
388.3
383.1
393.0
407.1
415.2
418.7
420.0
412.9
398.3

644.1 227.3
654.0 231.5
667.7
234.5
686 0 235 0
693.8
236.7
692 7 230 6
689.3 226.6
687.1 229.3
689.9
233.7
697.9 239.2
711.6 249.2
728.3 262.4

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

422.1
410.4
416.9
436.2
423.5
427 8
432.5
430.8
432.0
435.2
440.4
452.1

,644.5
,643.6
,668.1
6990
,691.6
,706 8
,723.5
,735.5
,744.8
,763.0
,779.4
,799.6

1,966.0
1,971.6
1,994.7
2,0223
2,023.5
2,044.9
2,067.4
2,088.0
2,105.4
2,126.7
2,149.5
2,175.9

2,380.1
2,394.5
2,412.3
24344
2,445.2
2,470 7
2,491.3
2,517.1
2,542.4
2,574.2
2,604.1
2,629.7

115.6
115.7
116.7
1183
119.2
119 7
121.3
121.3
120.8
121.2
122.9
125.4

258.9
238.7
238.1
247.0
236.1
237.3
237.9
235.0
234.9
237.1
238.1
244.0

4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.1
4.4
4.7
4.8
4.6
4.4
4.3
4.3

43.6
52.0
58.1
66.8
64.1
66.4
68.6
69.7
71.7
72.4
75.2
78.4

29.7
28.6
30.5
30.1
32.8
35.3
35.0
37.4
34.7
32.5
33.7
36.1

65.2
74.5
84.8
95.4
98.3
102.5
112.5
121.9
130.1
136.8
144.5
150.9

16.0
18.5
21.6
22.8
21.1
21.8
23.5
25.2
28.6
31.4
34.1
36.0

382.4
374.3
374.0
376.5
370.0
364.9
365.2
355.2
348.3
344.2
341.4
342.1

751.5
761.6
767.6
7667
772.9
781 8
784.1
796.1
805.5
820.5
825.4
824.1

1982
January . . . .
February . . .
March . . .
April
May
June .
July
August . . . .
September . .
October . . . .
November . .
December . .

454.3
438.1
440.9
456 3
445.8
450.8
454.3
454.3
461.0
470.6
479.1
491.2

,817.7
,807.9
,825.9
848 6
,848.7
,865 4
,883.0
,896.5
,908.7
,928.4
,943.3
,963.8

2,193.5
2,189.2
2,211 0
2 235 3
2,237.3
2,257 2
2,280.8
2,308.8
2,324.4
2,350.2
2,368.9
2,384.6

2,658.3
2,671.8
2,697.5
2 724 4
2,737.0
2,762.8
2,787.5
2,809.4
2,822.7
2,857.2
2,879.5
2,898.3

123.3
123.0
123 9
125 7
127.2
128 3
129.8
130.1
130.2
131.3
132.7
135.2

244.3
229.3
229.1
236.9
228.8
230.6
231.7
229.6
232.9
237.6
240.6
247.7

4.2
4.3
4.2
4.2
4.3
4.7
4.9
4.9
4.7
4.4
4.3
4.2

82.5
81.5
83.8
89.5
85.4
87.2
87.9
89.8
93.3
97.3
101 .5
104.0

39.7
38.0
39.0
36.8
40.2
40.4
41.8
42.3
41.5
43.9
45. 1
44.2

154.7
156.0
159.7
161.8
164.9
170.1
172.9
182.3
185.1
187.6
191.1
182.1

35.3
33.6
34.8
34.3
35.6
36.6
40.4
47.1
48.2
49.3
49.9
47.6

346.6
344.6
346.3
348.5
347.9
348.6
348.6
346.8
348.2
357.8
363.3
356.5

828.7
308.4
837.3 315.3
845.8 318.9
851 1 319 0
855.9
320.6
861.4 323.5
871.6 327.4
876.6
332.9
879.0 334.9
875.1 339.1
871 .2
340.8
853.8
336,6

1980
January . . . .
February . . .
March
'l , . . .

r




200.3
202.5
202 6
198 7
198 8
1963
198.5
203.8
210.8
218.0
222.5
226.0

272.0
277.3
274.4
2686
277.9
282 4
287.5
295.8
300.2
300.8
302.5
305.9

33

13. Aggregate reserves of depository institutions and monetary base
A. Adjusted for changes in reserve requirements1
Billions of dollars; averages of daily figures
Not seasonally adjusted

Seasonally adjusted

Total
reserves2

Nonborrowed
reserves

Nonborrowed
reserves
plus
extended
credit3

Required
reserves

Monetary
4

133.1
133.4
134.9
135.1
135.8
136.8
137.8
139.0
139.9
141.2
142.1
142.8

34,632
32,321
31,855
32,439
32,106
32,071
32,866
32,564
32,784
33,766
33,929
34,826

33,629
31,348
30,865
31,522
30,341
30,653
31,696
31,479
31,444
31,744
32,023
33,353

33,629
31,348
30,865
31,522
30,341
30,653
31,696
31,479
31,444
31,744
32,023
33,353

34,417
32,112
31,697
32,263
31,965
31,850
32,656
32,343
32,593
33,494
33,684
34,497

134.4
132.0
132.5
134.3
134.8
136.0
138.2
138.7
139.4
141.1
142.8
145.3

34,047
34,118
34,208
34,190
34,206
34,270
34,329
34,762
35,111
35,232
35,924
35,714

144.0
144.8
145.6
145.9
146.8
147.8
148.9
150.3
151.4
152.5
154.5
154.9

36,117
34,186
33,862
34,475
33,979
33,910
34,614
34,616
35,259
35,686
36,774
37,239

34,876
32,531
31,038
32,020
32,961
33,530
34,219
33,957
33,948
34,376
34,715
35,548

34,876
32,531
31,137
32,572
33,703
33,837
34,472
34,199
34,038
34,376
34,715 ,
35,552

35,866
33,975
33,676
34,278
33,801
33,706
34,330
34,314
35,003
35,480
36,253
36,724

145.2
143.3
144.0
145.4
146.1
147.3
149.7
150.5
151.3
152.8
155.9
158.2

34,786
35,162
36,046
35,830
35,419
35,588
36,110
36,487
36,705
36,973
37,200
37,442

35,736
36,094
36,751
36,991
37,379
37,281
37,446
37,535
37,447
37,438
37,353
37,610

155.1
156.0
157.1
158.0
158.8
159.4
160.1
160.5
160.7
160.9
161.6
163.0

38,169
36,472
36,453
37,119
37,131
36,925
37,484
37,311
37,701
37,873
37,963
38,849

36,775
35,169
35,453
35,781
34,908
34,888
35,805
35,891
36,244
36,693
37,300
38,213

36,845
35,190
35,468
35,789
34,914
34,895
35,808
35,972
36,545
37,130
37,465
38,361

37,795
36,122
36,173
36,950
36,874
36,587
37,144
37,019
37,287
37,596
37,619
38,530

156.7
154.5
155.1
157.3
158.1
158.7
160.8
160.5
160.5
161.0
162.8
166.1

36,877
36,733
37,272
37,334
37,832
37,854
38,365
38,784
38,842
39,595
39,975
40,335

37,779
37,987
38,157
38,384
38,414
38,647
38,693
38,893
39,273
39,528
40,006
40,283

164.0
165.0
165.8
166.8
168.2
169.3
169.9
170.9
172.1
173.2
174.3
175.6

40,235
38,251
37,902
38,427
38,284
38,164
38,530
38,609
39,356
39,997
40,679
41,560

38,717
36,461
36,347
36,859
37,167
36,960
37,838
38,093
38,423
39,519
40,058
40,926

38,915
36,694
36,655
37,104
37,343
37,064
37,888
38,187
38,542
39,660
40,246
41,111

39,816
37,947
37,540
38,154
37,925
37,856
38,216
38,296
38,973
39,592
40,277
41,059

165.6
163.3
163.6
166.0
167.3
168,5
170.4
170.7
171.7
173.2
175.4
178.9

Total
reserves2

Nonborrowed
reserves

Nonborrowed
reserves
plus
extended
credit3

Required
reserves

Monetary
base4

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

32,833
32,419
32,668
32,648
32,603
32,854
33,031
33,186
33,180
33,642
34,025
34,234

31,830
31,446
31,677
31,731
30,838
31,436
31,860
32,101
31,839
31,620
32,119
32,762

31,830
31,446
31,677
31,731
30,838
31,436
31,860
32,101
31,839
31,620
32,119
32,762

32,619
32,210
32,509
32,472
32,462
32,633
32,820
32,964
32,988
33,370
33,780
33,905

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

34,298
34,329
34,394
34,387
34,383
34,473
34,613
35,064
35,366
35,438
36,445
36,228

33,057
32,674
31,571
31,932
33,365
34,094
34,218
34,406
34,055
34,128
34,385
34,538

33,057
32,674
31,669
32,484
34,108
34,401
34,471
34,647
34,145
34,128
34,385
34,541

36,110
36,445
37,032
37,160
37,636
37,619
37,786
37,827
37,861
37,716
37,698
37,930

34,715
35,141
36,032
35,822
35,413
35,581
36,107
36,407
36,404
36,535
37,035
37,293

38,197
38,290
38,518
38,657
38,773
38,955
39,007
39,205
39,656
39,932
40,408
40,783

36,680
36,501
36,963
37,089
37,656
37,750
38,315
38,690
38,723
39,454
39,787
40,149

Year and month

1981
January
February
March
. .

June . . .
July ,
August
September
October
November
December

1982
January
February >
March
April
May
June
July
August t
September
October
November
December

t

34



base

13. Aggregate reserves of depository institutions and monetary base—Continued
B. Not adjusted for changes in reserve requirements5
Billions of dollars; averages of daily figures

Total
reserves2

Nonborrowed
reserves

Nonborrowed
reserves
plus
extended
credit3

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
40,916
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

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

Year and month

,

1981
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1982
January
*
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

i ....

, ..

*




Required
reserves

Monetary
base4

Excess

Borrowings

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

144.5
141.8
142.3
144.1
144,5
145.6
147.9
148.5
149.4
151.3
153.5
156.1

214
209
158
176
141
220
210
221
191
272
244
328

1,002

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
42966
42,910
44 683
43,785
43 268
42,575
40071
40,908
41,498
40,723
40,146

156.1
154.0
154.9
157.5
157.8
158.6
159.7
158.0
159.0
160.6
161.5
162.5

250
210
185
196
177
203
284
301
255
206
521
514

1 241
1 655
2 823
2 455
1 018

41,600
39 828
39,725
40,333
40,516
40,442
41,007
41,023
40,591
40,711
40,948
41,924

40,205
38 525
38,726
38,995
38,293
38,405
39,328
39,604
39,134
39,531
40,285
41,287

40,276
38,546
38,740
39,003
38,298
38,411
39,331
39,684
39,435
39,968
40,451
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
159.4
161.6
162.6
163.3
165.4
165.4
163.9
164.4
166.3
169.7

374
350
280
169

1 394
1 303

43 203
41,286
39,235
39 557
39,550
39,565
39,967
40 178
39,962
40 587
41 199
41,853

41,685
39,496
37,680
37 989
38,433
38,360
39 275
39,662
39,028
40 109
40 578
41,219

41 883
39,729
37 988
38 234
38,609
38,464
39 325
39 756
39,147
40 250
40 766
41,405

42 784
40,982
38 873
39 284
39,191
39257
39 653
39 866
39,578
40 182
40797
41,353

169 1
166.8
165.4
167 6
169.1
170.5
1724
172 8
172,4
173 8
176 0
179.3

418
303
361
272
358
308
313
312
383
404
401
500

257
338

340
291
414
277
344
319

973
990
917
1,764
1 417
1,170
1 085
1 340
2021
1 905
1 473

379
394
658
1 311
1*310
2 059
1,690

999
1 337
2,223
2037
1,679
1 419
1,456
1 180

662
636
1 517

789
554
567
117
,204

691
515
933
477
620
633

35

14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks, 19821
A. Seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
Category
1 Total loans and securities2' 3. . .
2 U S Treasury securities . . . .
3 Other securities2
4 Total loans and leases2* 3
5 Commercial and 2
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 loans5
MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold 2 - 3 - 8 .
14 Total loans plus 8
loans sold2' ^
....
15 Total loans sold
to affiliates8
16 Commercial and industrial2 8
loans plus loans sold ' . . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold8
18 Acceptances held
....
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans 9 . . . .
20
To U.S. addressees
21 .
To non-U.S. addressees2 .
22 Loans to foreign banks2

36



Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1,320.5 1,332.44 1,342.5s 1,352.5 1,362.0 1,368.86 1,376.1 1,383.1 1,389.4 1,397.5 1,398.5 1,412.1
113.9
231.5
975.1

115 I 4
4
232. 04
9S5.2

1144s
116.5
116 6
116 3 115 8
117 8 118 2
s
233.1s 234.0
237 1 237.6
234.9 235.9
235.9
995.0 1,002.0 1,010.8 1,017.16 1,023.7 1,028.3 1,033.5

360.2
287.4
185.8
20.6

365,5
289. 84
185.7
20.8

370 0
292.3s
186.4
209

373.1
293.9
186.9
20.9

3789
295.5
187.3
20.6

383 4
297.36
188.2
195

386.7
297.5
189.2
21.0

387 9
2985
189.5
21 4

392 5
299 57
189.6
226

394 8
3005
190.0
24 2

392 0
301 6
190.3
23 4

392 4
303 2
191.8
24 7

31.1
33 2
13.0
43.7

31.4
33 6
13.1
45.2

32 7
33 9
13.1
45.7

33.3
344
13.1
46.5

33.2
346
13.1
47.5

33.6
35 3
13.1
46.7

33.9
35 7
13.2
46.4

33 2
360
13.1
48.7

32 67
36 3
13.1
47.4

324
36 3
13.1
46.8

32 2
36 2
13.1
47.6

31 1
36 1
13.1
49.7

1,323.4 1,335.24 1,345.3s 1,355.4 1,364.7 1.371.76 1,378.9 1,386.0 1,392.2

122 3
126 4
130 9
239 l
235 8
237 2
1,038.1 1,036.4 1,042.0

1,400.3 1,401.5 1,415.0

997 8s 1,004 8 1 013 5 1 020 I 6 1 026.5 1 031 1 1 0364 1 040 9 1 039 3 1 045 0

9780

988 O4

28

28

28

28

28

30

28

28

28

28

29

29

362.5

367.8

372.2

375.3

381.1

385.8

389.0

390.2

394:7

397.0

394.3

394.6

22
8.7

22
8.9

22
96

23
10.2

22
10.1

24
9.1

23
8.7

23
91

23
93

22
94

23
84

23
85

351.5
339.5
12.0
15.2

3566
344.1
12.5
16.5

3604
347.6
12.7
15.9

362.8
350.3
12.6
15.0

368 8
355.3
13,5
14.9

374 3
360.2
14.2
14.7

378.1
364.7
13.3
14.8

378 8
365.8
13.0
14.6

383 1
369.9
13.2
13.7

385 3
372.7
12.6
13.9

383 6
371.5
12.1
14.0

383 8
373.5
10.3
13.5

14. Loans and investments of all commercial banks, 19821—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
Category
1 Total loans and securities2' 3. , .
2 U S Treasury securities
3 Other securities2
4 Total loans and leases2' 3
5 Commercial and 2
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 loans5
MEMO
13 Total loans and securities
plus loans sold 2 ' 3 - 8
14 Total loans plus 3 8
loans sold2' '
15 Total loans sold 8
to affiliates
16 Commercial and industrial 2 8
loans plus loans sold ' . .
17 Commercial and industrial
loans sold8
18 Acceptances held
19 Other commercial and
industrial loans
20
To U.S. addressees9
21
To non-U.S. addressees2
22 Loans to foreign banks2 . . . .




Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1,323.0 1,328.24 1,337.3s 1,351.3 1,356.0 1,366.36 1,370.4 1,377.7 1,391.0 1,402.8 1,405.4 1,422.5
113.4
231 7
977.9

115.64
231 544
981. 1

s
116.1s
232 6s
988.6

118.7
116.1
115.6
116.4
115.8
117.8
2364 237 7
234 0
235 1 235 6
234.7
998.7 1,005.1 1,014.66 1,020.1 1,024.9 1,035.5

360.0
288.0
186.4
20 8

364.2
2S9.64
185.1
20 1

369.0
291. 55
184.7
203

375.2
293.0
185.6
209

379.0
294.4
186.2
19 8

382.7
295.86
187.4
205

385.5
296.6
188.3
205

385.5
298.2
189.7
220

392.1
300. 17
190.9
22 3

395.4
301.7
191.5
23 9

393 8
302.8
191.5
23 9

394 7
304.1
193.1
25 5

31.2
33.0
13.0
45.5

31.5
33.1
13.1
44.4

32.2
33.2
13.1
44.5

33.0
33.8
13.1
44.1

32.8
34.4
13.1
45.4

33.1
35.5
13.1
46.4

33.3
36.1
13.2
46.7

33.1
36.5
13.1
46.8

32.87
36 8
13.1
47.5

32.7
36 8
13.1
48.9

32.6
36 5
13.1
49.3

32.1
36 1
13.1
51.7

1,325.8 1,331.04 1,340.1s 1,354.1 1,358.8 1,369.36 1,373.2 1,380.5 1,393.8
980.7

9S3.94

991.4s 1,001.5 1,007.9 1.017.66 1,023.0 1,027.7 1,038.4

121.3
125 5
131 5
237 5
236 3
240 6
1,044.0 1,043.5 1,050.4

1,405.6 1,408.3 1,425.4
1,046.9 1,046.4 1,053.3

2.8

2.8

2.8

2.8

2.8

3.0

2.8

2.8

2.8

2.8

2.9

2.9

362.3

366.5

371.3

377.5

381.2

385.1

387.8

387.8

394.4

397.7

396.1

396.9

2.2
9.1

2.2
9.1

2.2
9.2

2.3
9.5

2.2
9.5

2.4
9.2

2.3
8.6

2.3
8.8

2.3
9.4

2.2
9.3

2.3
8.7

2.3
9.5

351.0
338.3
12.7
15.9

355.2
342.6
12.5
16.1

359.8
347.2
12.6
15.5

365.7
353.1
12.7
14.5

369.5
356.8
12.7
14.3

373.6
360.6
13.0
14.2

376.9
363.9
13.0
14.5

376.7
364.0

382.7
369.7
13.0
14.2

386.1
373.4
12.7
14.2

385.1
372.6
12.6
14.1

385.2
372.8
12.4

12.8
14.1

14.5

37

15. Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks1
Monthly averages, billions of dollars
•Source

1972

1973

Dec.
1
2
3
4
5
6

Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted2
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs, and other 3
borrowings from nonbanks
Seasonally adjusted . . . .
Not seasonally adjusted
Net balances due to foreign-related
institutions, not seasonally adjusted .
Loans sold to affiliates, not seasonally
adjusted4

MEMO
7 Domestically chartered banks' net
positions with own foreign branches,
not seasonally adjusted^
8 Gross due from balances
9 Gross due to balances
10 Foreign-related institutions' net positions
with directly related institutions,
not seasonally adjusted**
...
1 1 Gross due from balances
12 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
13 Seasonally adjusted"
14 Not seasonally adjusted
-•
U.S. Treasury demand balances8
15 Seasonally adjusted
16 Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more9
17 Seasonally adjusted
18 Not seasonally adjusted

38



Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

28.7
28 3

28.5
28 7

28.8
29.3

30.7
303

31.3
306

35.1
34.6

35.8
36.0

39.0
39 7

42.3
41 6

43.9
43 2

17 2
16.8

169
17.2

18.1
18.5

20.8
20.5

20.6
19.9

23.6
23.2

24.2
24.4

27.0
27.8

29.7
29.0

8.9

8.9

7.9

6.7

7.1

7.9

8.0

8.1

26

27

28

31

36

36

36

39

19
6
2.5

18
7
2.5

17
.5
2.2

16
1.1
2.7

16
.8
2.4

17
.9
2.6

18
.8
2.6

20
1.1
3.1

70
2.7
97

71
2.8
98

6.2
3.0
9.2

5.1
3.3
8.4

5.5
2.8
8.3

6.2
2.8
8.9

6.2
3.3
9.5

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

7.4
74

7.9
81

8.5
9.9

9.4
10.4

8.2
83

86 7
86.8

87 8
88.6

93 6
93.0

101 5
101.0

1064
105.0

Nov.

Dec.

44.6
440

45.5
47 7

44.9
44 5

31.9
31.3

33.0
32.4

33.6
35.7

33 3
32.9

8.1

7.4

7.0

7.6

7.2

45

46

46

43

44

21
1.1
3.2

16
1.1
2.7

12
1.4
2.6

14
1.3
2.7

13
14
2.7

6.1
3.5
9.6

6.0
3.2
9.2

5.8
3.3
91

5.8
4.0
9.8

6.2
3.9
10.1

59
4.0
99

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

6.7
8.7

7.4
7.1

6.5
6.5

4.7
41

5.8
53

6.9
6.0

5.7
43

6.3
63

1084
108.6

109.9
108.6

114.4
112.7

1204
122.0

126 5
128.2

127 5
129.3

127 4
126.6

127 9
128.1

Sept.

Oct.

15. Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks1—Continued
Monthly averages, billions of dollars
19'74

Source

Jan.
1
2
3
4
5
6

Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted^ . . . .
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, 3RPs, and other borrowings from
nonbanks
Seasonally adjusted . . .
Not seasonally adjusted
Net balances due to foreign-related institutions,
not seasonally adjusted
Loans sold to affiliates, not seasonally
adjusted4

MEMO
7 Domestically chartered banks' net positions with
own foreign branches, not seasonally
adjusted5
8 Gross due from balances
9 Gross due to balances
10 Foreign-related institutions' net positions with
directly 6
related institutions, not seasonally
adjusted
1 1 Gross due from balances . . .
. '. . . . .
12 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
13 Seasonally adjusted
14 Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances8
15 Seasonally adjusted
16 Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more9
17 Seasonally adjusted
18 Not seasonally adjusted

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June | July

44 1
44.6

45.7
46.3

50 1
49.4

48 9
48.0

53 7
53.2

52.7
52.9

32 5
33.0

32 7
33.4

36 3
35.6

34 3
33.4

38 3
37.8

Nov.

Dec.

54 2
53.6

50 5
52.6

48 0
47.6

405
39.8

39 6
38.9

35 7
37.8

344
34.1

Aug.

Sept.

55.9
56.8

57.1
56.3

56.4
55.7

38.1
38.3

40.5
41.4

41.1
40.3

Oct.

7.2

8.1

8.9

9.4

9.9

9.1

9.9

10.7

10.7

9.6

9.8

8.8

4.4

4.8

4.9

5.2

5.6

5.5

5.5

5.3

5.2

51

50

47

1.2
18
3.0

1.6
1 6
3.2

1.8
20
3.8

2.1
24
4.5

2.7
29
5.6

2.2
2.2
4.4

3.3
1.6
4.9

3.0
22
5.2

2.6
24
5.0

1.2
28
4.0

1.3
24
3.7

9
37
46

60
44
10.4

65
45
11.0

71
43
11.3

73
43
11.6

72
42
11.5

69
5.2
12.1

66
6.2
12.8

77
5.5
13.2

81
5.3
13.4

84
52
13.6

85
48
13.3

79
56
13.5

na
na

na
na

na
na

na
na

na
na

15 1
15.1

14 9
14.9

15 0
15.5

14 6
15.4

144
142

14 3
14 9

12 9
12 5

77
8.1

57
6.6

58
6.4

58
6.0

59
7.6

6.3
6.1

5.9
5.4

4.8
4.0

4.7
5.5

41
3.7

37
3.4

43
4.9

130 8
132 1

134 5
133 8

134 8
1343

143 6
142 0

149 3
149 6

154 3
152.7

159 4
157.2

162 2
163.7

164 5
165.9

164 8
1666

165 0
164.3

169 1
170 2

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

1975

Jan.
1
2
3
4
5
6

Total nondeposit funds2
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, 3RPs, and other borrowings from
nonbanks
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Net balances due to foreign-related institutions,
not seasonally adjusted
Loans sold to affiliates, not seasonally
adjusted4

MEMO
7 Domestically chartered banks' net positions with
own foreign branches, not seasonally
adjusted^
8 Gross due from balances
9 Gross due to balances . .
10 Foreign-related institutions' net positions with
directly 6
related institutions, not seasonally
adjusted
1 1 Gross due from balances
12 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
13 Seasonally adjusted
14 Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances8
15 Seasonally adjusted
16 Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more9
17 Seasonally adjusted
18 Not seasonally adjusted




Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

44 3
44.7

41 9
42.3

39 5
38.7

41 2
40.7

42 5
42.2

40 4
40.5

41 0
41.8

41 5
41.1

41 0
40.6

41 9
41.5

41 4
42.9

42 0
41.7

32 6
33 0

31 7
32 1

29 8
29 0

30 8
30 3

32 8
32 5

31 9
32.1

32 6
33.4

31 2
30.8

31 5
31.1

31 7
31.3

31 3
32 9

32 4
32 1

7.2

58

52

59

52

3.9

4.0

6.0

5.1

5.6

5.5

53

4.5

4.4

4.6

4.5

4.5

4.5

4.4

4.4

4.4

4.6

4.6

4.3

- l
3.6
35

= 13
4.3
30

-2 0
4.7
27

—14
45
31

-1 8
5.9
41

-3 0
6.5
3.5

-4 0
7.8
3.8

-2 3
6.4
4.1

-2 9
6.8
3.9

-1 5
6.2
4.7

-1 5
6.3
4.8

-2 1
7.5
54

73
6.1
13.4

71
5.4
12.5

72
5.6
12.8

73
6.3
13 6

70
6.4
13.3

6.9
6.3
13.2

8.0
6.5
14.4

8.3
7.1
15.4

8.0
7.2
15.2

71
7.1
14.2

70
7.6
14.6

74
8.0
15.4

12 6
11.4

13 3
12.8

13 0
12.7

13 3
13 1

12 7
13.7

13 1
13.1

13 8
13.7

13 0
13.5

14 4
15.1

14 5
14.3

14 2
14.7

13 4
13.0

4.1
4.0

3.4
33

3.7
38

3.9
40

4.6
41

3.5
4.2

3.7
3.4

3.3
2.7

3.3
3.9

3.7
3.4

3.9
3.5

3.6
4.1

172 4
174.3

171 6
171.1

169 0
168.7

166 7
165 1

163 8
164.0

161 6
160.2

159 4
157.2

156 7
157.2

158 2
158.6

159 4
160.3

160 2
159.7

158 6
160.5

39

15. Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks1—Continued
Monthly averages, billions of dollars
1976

Jan.
1
2
3
4
5
6

Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted^
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds,3 RPs, and other borrowings from
nonbanks
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Net balances due to foreign-related institutions,
not seasonally adjusted
Loans sold to affiliates, not seasonally
adjusted4

Feb.

Mar. : Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

40.8
41.0

41.4
41.7

400
39.1

43.8
43.7

47 5
47.2

44.9
44.8

45.9
46.4

48.0
47.8

47.9
47.6

51 2
51.1

53 3
55.1

547
54.4

33 2
33.4

33 4
33.6

3L8
31.0

35.6
35.4

39 2
38.9

35.8
35.8

37.0
37.6

41.5
41.3

40.6
40.3

43 5
43.4

44 6
46.3

47 4
47.1

3.3

3.7

3.9

4.3

4.0

4.7

4.4

2.5

3.5

4.0

5.1

3.6

4.5

4.1

3.8

3.7

37

3.7

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

4.2

4.3

4.2

4.0

4.2

-3 3
7.8
4.5

-3 5
8.6
5.1

~3 7
9.3
5.6

-3 2
8.1
4.9

-3 9
9.2
5.3

-3.3
9.0
5.7

-3.4
9.4
6.0

-5.3
11.9
6.6

-5.2
11.3
6.1

-49
12.0
7.1

-3 7
106
6.9

-60
12.8
6,8

66
7.9
14.5

72
7.4
146

76
7.5
15 1

75
7.5
15 0

79
7.6
15 5

8.0
8.4
16.4

7.8
8.1
15.9

7.8
7.4
15.2

8.7
7.7
16.4

89
8.1
169

88
8.1
169

96
8,6
18 2

14 7
13.5

15 4
14.8

15 7
15 4

16 7
16.5

18 6
20.0

18.5
18.5

18.6
18.4

21.7
22.4

20,3
21.2

20 2
19.9

21 3
220

23 8
23.4

3.9
3.8

4.7
4.6

38
3.9

3.7
3.9

42
3.8

4.0
4.8

3.8
3.5

4.6
3.7

4.2
5.0

4.4
4.0

45
4.1

3.9
4.4

154.9
157.0

151.1
151.3

150.5
151 0

149.8
148.6

145.4
145 1

149.0
147.7

150.0
147.7

145.1
144,5

142.6
142.0

139.5
139.7

137.7
137 8

137.6
140.0

Jan.

7

MEMO
Domestically chartered banks' net positions with
own foreign branches, not seasonally
adjusted^
Gross due from balances
Gross due to balances
Foreign- related institutions' net positions with
directly 6
related institutions, not seasonally
adjusted
Gross due from balances
Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
Seasonally adjusted'
Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances8
Seasonally adjusted . . .
Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more9
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted .

4.4

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

52 0
52.0

55 8
55.9

55 4
54.2

53 1
53 2

57 9
57.7

55.5
55.1

56.8
57.1

58,7
58.9

59.9
59.8

61 2
61.5

604
62.1

605
60.1

44.9
44.9

47.8
47.9

49.7
48.4

49.0
49.1

54.8
54.6

51.7
51.4

53.2
53.4

54.6
54.9

54.0
53.9

54.2
54.5

55.9
57.5

57.4
57.0

3.3

4.3

1.9

.2

— 8

-.2

-.3

.0

1.8

2.8

.0

-1.6

3.8

3.8

39

3.9

3.8

3.9

4.0

4.1

4.1

4.1

4.5

4.7

-5.4
11.1
5.7

-4 1
9.7
5.6

-7 7
13.3
5.6

-8 9
14.4
5.5

-9 3 -10.2 -10.2
16.9
17.1
15.3
6.7
6.9
6.0

-9.3
16.3
7.0

-8.5
16.3
7.8

8.7
9.2
17.8

8.4
82
16.6

9.6
74
17.0

9.1
71
16.2

8.5
69
15.5

10.0
7.7
17.7

9.9
8.5
18.3

9.3
8.7
17.9

10.3
9.2
19.5

11.3
94
20.8

10.7
93
20.0

10.9
10.7
21.7

23 8
21.3

22 8
22.0

23 7
23.4

23 7
23.3

25 3
27.0

26.0
25.8

26.4
26.2

27.0
27.9

27 .4
28.4

28 1
27.8

299
30,5

29.9
30.5

40
3.9

43
4.2

42
4.3

51
5.4

40
3.6

4.1
5.0

4.0
3.6

4.2
3.4

4.1
5.0

41
3.7

39
3.5

4,5
5.1

136.7
138.8

136 8
137.7

136 6
137.6

136 7
135.8

137 6
137.1

141.4
140.2

144.7
142.1

147.1
145.6

148 9
147.5

152 9
152.5

158 0
158.5

161.9
165.4

19 77

1
2
3
4
5
6

Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted^
Not seasonally adjusted . .
Federal funds, 3RPs, and other borrowings from
nonbanks
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
.
Net balances due to foreign-related institutions,
not seasonally adjusted
Loans sold to4 affiliates, not seasonally
adjusted

MEMO
7 Domestically chartered banks' net positions with
own foreign branches, not seasonally
adjusted^
8 Gross due from balances
9 Gross due to balances
10 Foreign-related institutions' net positions with
directly 6
related institutions, not seasonally
adjusted
1 1 Gross due from balances
12 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
13 Seasonally adjusted'
14 Not seasonally adjusted
.
U.S. Treasury demand balances8
15 Seasonally adjusted . ,
16 Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more9
17 Seasonally adjusted . . .
18 Not seasonally adjusted

40



-8 5 -107 -12.5
19.4
21.1
17.3
8.7
8.6
8.8

15. Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks1—Continued
Monthly averages, billions of dollars

1978

Source

Jan.
1
2
3
4
5
6

Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs, and other borrowings from
nonbanks3
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Net balances due to foreign-related institutions,
not seasonally adjusted
Loans sold to affiliates, not seasonally
adjusted4

MEMO
7 Domestically chartered banks' net positions with
own foreign branches, not seasonally
adjusted^
8 Gross due from balances
9 Gross due to balances
10 Foreign-related institutions' net positions with
directly related institutions, not seasonally
adjusted**
1 1 Gross due from balances
12 Gross due to balances . . . .
Security RP borrowings
13 Seasonally adjusted
14 Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances8
15 Seasonally adjusted
16 Not seasonally adjusted . . . . 9
Time deposits, $100,000 or more
17 Seasonally adjusted
18 Not seasonally adjusted

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

59.9
59.7

62.1
61.8

62.8
61.2

65.7
66.0

73.9
73.7

73.1
72.4

75.6
75.6

78.0
78.6

77.7
77.9

84.5
85.4

85.7
87.1

86.8
86.7

57.5
57.3

59.9
59.6

62.3
60.8

61.9
62.2

69.4
69.2

67.4
66.7

68.2
68.1

71.1
71.7

68.9
69.1

73.7
74.5

74.0
75.4

76.3
76.2

-2.3
47

-2.4
46

-3.9
4.3

- .5

.1

1.3

3.0

2.2

4.3

7.0

8.1

6.8

43

43

44

4.5

4.6

45

38

36

3.7

-9.5 -10.5 -10.3
18.4
19.6
20.0
8.9
9.1
9.7

-9.9
21.3
11.4

-13.6 -13.2 -14.9 -11.1 -11.7 -11.8
20.6
23.1
22.7
19.6
22.3
19.0
8.2
7.9
8.8
8.7
7.9
9.5

-9.8 -10.2
22.8
24.9
13.0
14.7

11.3
11.6
23.0

10.8
11.1
21.9

11.0
12.2
23.2

10.6
12.5
23.1

11.8
11.8
23.6

13.1
12.2
25.3

12.5
12.1
24.5

12.7
11.5
24.2

14.6
12.9
27.5

16.9
14.3
31.2

17.9
13.8
31.7

17.0
14.3
31.3

30.9
29.3

31.1
30.3

32.2
31.8

32.3
31.4

31.4
32.8

29.9
29.8

31.2
31.0

32.6
33.5

32.3
33.2

35.0
34.9

37.7
38.2

40.4
40.8

4.4
4.3

4.4
4.3

4.6
4.8

4.8
5.0

4.5
4.0

5.1
6.2

4.9
4.4

4.4
3.5

5.1
6.2

4.7
4.3

11.7
8.3

11.1
10.3

164.8
167.9

169.0
170.9

174.9
176.9

180.2
179.4

186.0
184.8

189.8
187.2

193.9
190.3

198.0
195.2

201.0
198.9

201.9
200.5

209.8
211.1

212.9
217.9

1979
Jan.
1
2
3
4
5
6

Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted^
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, 3RPs, and other borrowings from
nonbanks
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Net balances due to foreign-related institutions,
not seasonally adjusted
Loans sold to affiliates, not seasonally
adjusted4

MEMO
7 Domestically chartered banks' net positions with
own foreign branches, not seasonally
adjusted"*
8 Gross due from balances
9 Gross due to balances
10 Foreign-related institutions' net positions with
directly related institutions, not seasonally
adjusted**
1 1 Gross due from balances
12 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
13 Seasonally adjusted'
14 Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances8
15 Seasonally adjusted . . .
16 Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more9
17 Seasonally adjusted
18 Not seasonally adjusted




Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

81.2
81.3

94.7
93.6

100.9
99.1

103.0
103.4

114.0
113.8

116.9
115.9

122.5
122.1

129.2
130.4

132.4
133.0

130.3
131.8

127.2
128.4

119.8
119.8

71.3
71.4

79.0
78.0

80.1
78.3

79.6
80.0

86.9
86.7

86.0
85.0

90.3
89.9

92.4
93.6

93.2
93.8

92.2
93.7

88.9
90.1

88.7
88.7

6.3

12.0

17.3

19.8

23.4

27.1

28.5

33.1

35.5

34.5

34.7

28.1

3.6

3.6

3.5

3.6

3.7

3.8

3.7

3.7

3.7

3.6

3.6

3.0

-10.1
24.6
14.5

-6.3
23.3
17.0

-3.5
22.5
19.0

-1.0
21.9
20.8

2.8
19.5
22.2

5.3
20.1
25.4

5.6
20.3
25.9

8.2
19.4
27.7

10.5
21.7
32.2

9.1
22.0
31.1

11.4
21.6
33.0

6.5
22.8
29.3

16.4
15.4
31.8

18.4
15.0
33.3

20.8
15.3
36.0

20.8
15.7
36.5

20.6
15.9
36.6

21.8
17.6
39.3

22.9
17.6
40.5

24.9
16.2
41.1

25.0
23.4
48.3

25.4
25.7
51.1

23.3
26.5
49.7

21.6
28.9
50.5

41.9
40.7

43.2
42.2

44.4
44.1

47.1
45.7

48.6
49.6

50.6
50.3

48.9
48.7

47.6
49.2

50.9
51.9

50.1
50.1

44.6
45.0

43.6
44.1

10.5
12.0

7.5
8.4

7.2
6.5

5.1
5.3

8.1
8.4

10.0
10.8

14.1
13.2

12.0
9.8

10.9
12.5

10.3
11,7

7.9
5.6

10.5
9.7

216.2
220.5

218.1
221.5

218.4
221.3

217.4
216.3

214.9
213.8

212.2
208.8

214.4
209.8

217.2
214.1

222.7
220.5

228.2
226.7

229.1
230.6

228.9
234.0

41

15. Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks1—Continued
Monthly averages, billions of dollars

1980

Source

Jan.
1
2
3
4
5

Total nondeposit funds2
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, 3 RPs, and other borrowings from
nonbanks
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Net balances due to foreign-related institutions,
not seasonally adjusted
Loans sold to affiliates, not seasonally
adjusted4

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

123.6
123.6

129.6
128.0

133.8
132.0

122.0
122.7

126.2
125.5

118.9
117.5

120.6
119.9

111.6
113.4

114.5
115.2

120.2
122.2

119.5
121.5

118.6
120.6

92.8
92.9

97.6
96.1

98.5
96.6

92.5
93.2

100.5
99.8

101.5
100.1

106.9
106.2

98.4
100.2

102.7
103.4

106.0
108.0

108.2
110.2

107.5
109.5

28.1

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

MEMO
Domestically chartered banks' net positions with
own foreign branches, not seasonally
adjusted •*
Gross due from balances
Gross due to balances
Foreign-related institutions' net positions with
directly related institutions, not seasonally
adjusted **
Gross due from balances
Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
Seasonally adjusted'
Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances8
Seasonally adjusted
...
....
Not seasonally adjusted
9
Time deposits, $100,000 or more
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted

29.4

32.8

26.9

23.0

14.6

10.9

10.3

8.9

11.4

8.9

8.2

2.7

2.6

2.6

2.6

2.7

2.8

2.8

2.9

2.9

2.8

2.6

2.7

6.0
22 9
28.9

6.6
23 3
29.9

9.3
23.6
33.0

5.9
24.5
30.4

2.6
27.4
30.0

-5.4
30.1
24.7

22 1
29.7
51.7

22 8
30.5
53.2

23 5
32.0
55.4

209
28.4
49.4

20 5
28.4
48.8

19.9
28.5
48.4

19.3
30.8
50.1

206
30.9
51.6

23.3
30.3
53.6

24.3
30.8
55.2

23 1
31.0
54.1

22 9
32.5
55.4

42.1
41.5

42.5
41.8

42.0
41.6

39.8
38.5

39.2
39.2

42.2
42.1

46.6
46.6

48.5
49.9

48.7
49.6

49.7
50.1

50.5
50.9

51.7
52.0

11.2
12.7

10.4
11.7

8.3
7.8

8.7
9.0

8.0
8.5

9.4
10.0

9.8
9.1

11.0
9.0

12.2
13.8

11.0
12.6

9.3
6.7

9.9
9.0

229.5
234.1

233.8
238.0

238.1
240.9

241.8
240.1

243.6
242.3

241.2
237.1

237.3
232.1

238.1
235.2

242.5
241.0

247.5
246.8

256.2
257.9

267.4
272.4

Jan.

6

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

120.3
121 5

119.3
120 3

114.6
1156

108.9
108.6

120.0
120.7

119.1
120.4

118.6
120.2

119.7
1229

119.1
121.4

114.0
116.0

117.6
119 5

96.5
98 0

109.3
110.5

108.3
109.3

108.4
109.4

106.8
106.5

108.4
109.1

110.3
111.6

109.6
111.1

106.5
109.8

107.0
109.3

106.3
108.4

111.1
113.0

111.6
113.1

8.2

8.2

3.4

- .6

8.8

5.9

6.4

10.5

9.4

4.9

3.8 -17.9

2.8

2.8

2.8

2.7

2.8

2.9

2.7

2.6

2.7

2.7

2.7

-8.4 -10.3 -14.5 -12.9 -14.2 -14.7
32.7
38.2
35.8
38 3 37 3 37 5
24.3
23.7
25.5
23.1
25.5
22.8

1981

1
2
3
4
5
6

Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted2
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, 3RPs, and other borrowings from
nonbanks
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Net balances due to foreign-related institutions,
not seasonally adjusted
Loans sold to affiliates, not seasonally
adjusted4

17
18

MEMO
Domestically chartered banks' net positions with
own foreign branches, not seasonally
adjusted
Gross due from balances
Gross due to balances
Foreign-related institutions' net positions with
directly 6
related institutions, not seasonally
adjusted
Gross due from balances
Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
Seasonally adjusted'
Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances8
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted . . . .
Time deposits, $100,000 or more9
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted .

19
20
21
22
23

IBF ADJUSTMENTS FOR SELECTED ITEMS 12
Items 1 and 2
Items 3 and 4
Item 5
Item 7
Item 10

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

42



2.8

-16.2 -14.7 -17.0 -21.3 -13.6 -14.6 -14.6 -10.2 -12.3 = 15.4 -14.9 -22.3
43.4
44.5
37.4
42.5
45.0
43.7
38.8
43.0
45.5
47.9
36.3
54.9
30.4
32.2
21.2
27.8
33.5
21.8 21.7
29.8
30.1
32.9
21.6
32.6

24.4
31.5
55.9

22.9
31.8
54.7

20.4
31.9
52.3

20.7
34.0
54.7

22.4
35.7
58.0

20.5
36.8
57.3

21.0
37.3
58.3

20.7
37.9
58.6

21.7
39.9
61.6

20.3
38.2
58.5

18.7
39.1
57.8

4.4
48.0
52.5

54.9
54.5

54.5
53.9

54.5
54.0

55.6
53.8

56.3
55.5

58.6
58.5

56.8
57.0

55.2
57.0

55.2
56.1

54.7
55.4

57.4
57.9

59.0
59.2

7.2
7.9

7.2
8.1

10.6
10.3

11.6
12.1

11.6
12.4

11.9
12.4

11.6
10.7

9.0
7.4

9.7
10.8

11.7
13.2

13.2
9.6

12.2
11.1

277.2
282.1

282.5
287.1

283.4
286.0

286.4
283.9

295.8
293.9

303.1
298.3

310.7
304.8

317.6
314.9

321.1
320.3

322.5
322.7

322.8
324.7

325.4
330.4

22.4
1.7
20.7
3.1
17.6

15. Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks1—Continued
Monthly averages, billions of dollars
1982

Source

Jan.
1
2
3
4
5
6

Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted2
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, 3RPs, and other borrowings from
nonbanks
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Net balances due to foreign-related institutions,
not seasonally adjusted
Loans sold to affiliates not seasonally adjusted4

MEMO
7 Domestically chartered banks' net positions with
own foreign branches, not seasonally
adjusted^
....
8 Gross due from balances
9 Gross due to balances
10 Foreign-related institutions' net positions with
directly related institutions, not seasonally
adjusted**
1 1 Gross due from balances
....
12 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
13 Seasonally adjusted
14 Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances8
15 Seasonally adjusted
16 Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more9
17 Seasonally adjusted
18 Not seasonally adjusted
19
20
21
22
23

IBF ADJUSTMENTS FOR SELECTED ITEMS12
Items 1 and 2
Items 3 and 4
Item 5
Item 7
Item 10




Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

85 0
86.2

85.8
86.7

84.4
85.1

85.9
85.0

88.4
88.5

89.7
91.2

85.0
86.9

111 6
112.8

111 5
112.3

114 2
114.9

115 5
114.6

1194 1190
119.5 120.5

119 3
121.0

Aug. | Sept.

82.0
85.7

Oct.

Nov. 1 Dec.

78 8
81.2

81 1
83.3

87 3
89 3

82 8
84 3

120 2 121 6
123.9 124.0

126 2
128.4

129 2
131 2

127 5
128 9

-29 4 -28 5 -32 6 -32 4 -338 -322 -37 0 -41 1 -45 6 -47 9 — 44 8 —47 6
28
2.8
2.8
2.8
2.8
2.8
3.0
2.9
2.9
28
2.8
28

-27 1 -25.9 -28.8 -29.8 -29.9
57 4
55 0 567
58.1
55 1
28.3
27.9
27.6
280 29.1

-29.2 -33.0 -34.4
65.1
60.6
57.7
30.6
28.5 27.6

-38.7 -40.4 -38.4 -39.3
68.5 69.8
69 9 72 0
29.4
29.8
31.5 32.7

-2.3
50 1
47.8

-2.5
50.5
48.0

-3.8
50.0
46.2

-2.6
49.2
46.6

-3.9
49.5
45.6

-3.0
50.3
47.2

-4.1
52.8
48.7

-6.7
53.6
46.9

-6.9
54.2
47.3

-7.5
53.9
46.4

-6.5
53.5
47.1

-8.3
54.8
46.5

60.0
59 8

61.6
59 4

64.0
60.9

63.3
61.7

61.7
62.0

61.9
61.7

65.2
62.2

65.0
67.5

69.0
66.0

71.5
69.8

71.0
72.1

72.2
71.1

13.5
14.4

17.4
19.9

15.2
15.4

13.1
13.7

14.1
15.3

.10.5
10.7

9.0
8.2

10.1
8.1

11.1
12.3

14.4
16.4

10.6
7.8

11.9
10.8

325.8
330 7

330.8
335 4

335.7
337 4

339.5
335 8

342.6
340.1

349.6
344.8

356.0
350.6

360.9 361.5
359.3 361.8

363.5
364.9

360.0
361 7

349.6
353 9

29.6
24
27.2
48
22.5

30.4
24
28.0
49
23.1

31.2
24
28.4
49
23.6

31.4
24
29.0
50
24.0

31.7
2.4
29.3
5.0
24.3

32.0
2.4
29.6
5.0
24.6

32.2
2.4
29.8
5.1
24.7

33.1
2.4
30.7
5.4
25.3

33.3
24
30.9
5.5
25.4

33.9
24
31.5
5.8
25.7

32.5
2.4
30.1
5.3
24.9

32.8
2.4
30.4
5.3
25.0

43

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series, 1982
A. Domestically chartered commercial banks1
Billions of dollars
Jan.2

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1,261.2

1,271.2

1,285.8

1,292.6

1,300.7

1,315.4

1,313.2

1,318.8

1,337.1

1,343.0

1,347.0

1,370.4

920.1

929.1

939.9

947.2

954.3

969.1

966.6

970.6

985.9

988.5

990.4

1,000.8

321.0
599.1

325.6
603.5

332.4
607.5

336.7
610.5

341.9
612.4

348.7
620.4

346.4
620.3

346.2
624.4

355.0
631.1

355.8
632.8

354.8
635 6

357.3
643 5

111.5
229.6

112.3
229.8

114.5
231.4

113.0
232.4

111.5
234.9

113.4
232.9

113.4
233.2

113.7
234.5

115.0
236.2

119.4
235.1

122.2
234.4

129.0
240.5

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

155.3

151.6

164.5

153.6

153.0

165.4

154.5

160.8

157.4

162.1

169.7

184.4

19.8

19.7

18.9

19.9

20.0

20.1

20.5

20.3

20.4

20.5

190

23.0

30.2

24.8

25.7

25.5

21.7

18.2

25.1

26.1

17.0

23.5

22.0

25.4

50.3

51.0

55.9

52.4

54.9

59.6

55.4

58.8

60.4

61.3

64.6

67.6

55.0

56.1

64.0

55.8

56.3

67.4

53.6

55.5

59.6

56.8

64.1

68.4

12 Other assets

197.0

201.9

219.3

206.6

209.9

223.2

224.2

231.3

234.9

237.0

241.8

265.3

1,613.5

1,624.7

1,669.5

1,652.9

1,663.6

1,704.0

1,692.0

1,710.9

1,729.3

1,742.1

1,758.6

1,820.1

1,266.4
314.4
227.1
724.8
195.4
99.1

1,279.1
315.5
229.5
734.1
196.0
103.9

1,290.7
323.0
2309
736.8
202.8
103.4

1,300 2
326.5
238 2
735.4
203 7
106.2

1 3169
338 1
2449
733.9
198 1
109.3

1 361 8
363.9
296 4
701.5
215 1
109.2

Account
1 Loans and securities,
excluding2
interbank
2 Loans, excluding
interbank2
3 Commercial and
industrial2 . . . .
4 Other2
5 U.S. Treasury
securities
6 Other securities2

13 Total assets/total liabilities and capital2. .
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

2

Deposits
Demand
. . .
Savings
f
Time
Borrowings
Other liabilities
Residual (assets less
liabilities)
21 U.S. Treasury note
balances included
in borrowings . . .

44




1,205 8
322.3
223 0
660.5
191 9
89.7

1 213 7
316.7
222 5
674.4
191 0
92.5

1 250 8
338.3
229 9
682.6
196 4
94.4

1 23 1 0
315.5
226 6
688.9
201 I
92.4

1 244 0
315.4
227 6
701.0
195 1
93.9

1 284.8
345.2
228.9
710.7
189.7
96.6

126.1

127.5

128.0

128.4

130.6

133.0

131.1

131.9

132.5

132.0

134.3

133.9

16.7

17.1

10.9

16.6

7.1

7.5

8.0

5.9

17.0

11.7

2.4

10.7

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series, 1982—Continued
B. All commercial banking institutions3
Billions of dollars
Jan.2

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 321 6

1,331.5

1,345.8

1,350.7

1,358.5

1,374.3

1,371.3

1,376.6

1,397.3

1,401.7

1,413.7

1 429 8

975 8

984.4

995.1

1,000.6

1,007.6

1,023.7

1,020.8

1,024.7

1 ,042 4

1,042.3

1,052 1

1 054 9

360.3
615 5

364.6
619.7

372.4
622.7

374.7
625.8

379.3
628.3

386.7
636.9

384.4
636.4

384.5
640.2

395.6
647.0

392.7
648.7

398.3
653.8

395.9
6590

114 5
231.4

115.5
231.6

117.6
233.1

116.1
234.1

114.3
236.6

116.2
234.4

115.7
234.8

115.8
236.1

117.2
237.7

122.7
236.7

125.7
235.9

132.8
242.1

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

170.0

165.8

178.8

168.1

167.7

180.3

169.3

176.2

173.7

178.7

181.2

200.7

19.8

19.7

18.9

19.9

20.0

20.2

20.5

20.4

20.4

20.5

19.0

23.0

31.3

26.1

26.9

26.8

23.0

19.6

26.5

27.5

18.4

25.0

23.4

26.8

62.7

63.0

68.0

64.6

67.3

72.2

67.8

71.8

74.2

75.3

74.4

81.4

56.1

57.1

65.0

56.8

57.3

68.4

54.6

56.5

60.6

57.8

64.3

69.4

12 Other assets

274.2

278.1

295.2

280.3

285.9

300.0

299.4

306.8

310.3

313.9

323.3

341.7

1,765.8

1,775.5

1,819.9

1,799.1

1,812.1

1,854.7

1,840.1

1,859.6

1,881.3

1,894.2

1,918.2

1,972.2

1 251 5
335.1
223 2
693 1

1,258.3
329.4
222.8
706 2

1,295.0
350.8
230.2
7140

1,272.7
327.9
226.9
717 9

1,286.2
327.9
227.8
730 4

1,325.8
357.4
229.1
739 3

1,307.3 1,321.7
326.8
327.7
227.4
229.7
753 1
764 3

1,335.5
335.1
231.1
769 2

1,345.2
338.9
238.5
767 8

1,358.1
344.9
245.1
768 0

1,409 7
376.2
296.7
736 7

253.5
132 8

255.9
131.8

260.0
135.0

260.8
135.3

255.3
138.2

253.2
140.8

260.0
139.8

260.0
144.1

267.6
143 8

268.3
146.9

267.0
156.6

278.3
148 4

128 1

129.4

129.9

130.3

132.5

134.9

133.0

133.8

134.4

133.9

136.6

135.8

16.7

17.1

10.9

16.6

7.1

7.5

8.0

5.9

17.0

11.7

2.4

10.7

Account
1 Loans and securities,
excluding
interbank2
2 Loans, excluding
interbank2
3 Commercial and
industrial2 . . . .
4 Other2 .
5 U.S. Treasury
securities .
6 Other securities2

13 Total assets/total liabilities and capital2. .
2

14 Deposits
15 Demand
1 6 Savings
17 Time2^
18 Borrowings
19 Other liabilities
20 Residual (assets less
liabilities)
21 U.S. Treasury note
balances included
in borrowings . . .




45

17. Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over—Domestic and foreign offices1
A. March 31, 1982
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Banks with foreign offices2

Banks
without
foreign
offices

Item

Insured

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 belances 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 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
Multifamily
36
FHA-insured
37
Conventional
38 Secured by nonfarm nonresident ial 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

1,630,940
278,411
14,075
24,703
3,571
17,960

1,192,999
227,762
8,121
18,974
3,571
7,611

388,506
128,653
289
301
3,312
630

847,691
99,108
7,832
18,673
259
6,981

437,489
50,625
5,949
5,729
(4)
10,343

156,249
14,622
601
141,026
4
(4)
()
61,853
1,226,089
237,614
65,084
38,479
107,059
26,992
10,901
1,902
14,189
60,959
936,104
14,338
9,694
912,072

138,592
6,446
384
131,762
22,856
108,906
50,892
858,465
128,283
30,207
16,515
57,830
23,732
8,618
1,415
13,699
33,812
697,306
7,401
7,046
682,859

122,374
4,119
260
117,995
19,590
98,404
1,746
212,818
9,843
377
26
695
8,746
7,074
220
1,451
851
201,497
1,762
291
199,445

16,218
2,326
124
13,767
3,266
10,501
49,146
645,647
118,440
29,830
16,489
57,135
14,986
1,544
1,195
12,247
32,961
495,809
5,640
6,755
483,414

17,652
8,171
217
9,264
4
(4)
()
10,951
367,235
109,255
34,804
21,964
49,226
3,261
2,283
487
491
27,138
238,474
6,920
2,644
228,910

220,612
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
4
(4)
(4)
()
(4)
(4)
(4)
93,552
5,020
11,198
(4)
(4)
44,448
(4)
(4)
12,263
20,623
11,404
6,912
4,492
11,379
413,652
(4)
(4)
136,265
(4)
4
(4)
()
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
()
(4)
(4)
49,240
4
(4)
()

134,039
(4)
C 4)
C)
()
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
87,797
4,409
8,051
4,303
3,749
44,009
1,020
42,989
11,797
19,530
9,598
6,522
3,077
6,517
339,210
210,975
128,235
74,778
(44)
C)
(4)
(4)
4
(4 )
()
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
45,367
31,246
14,121

8,532
(4)
4
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
()
(4)
(4)
(4)
35,829
184
751
475
276
24,477
170
27,307
312
7,106
1,689
1,263
426
714
122,552
15,087
107,465
6,471
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
4
(4)
(4)
(4)
( 4)
()
(4)
25,710
23,556
2,154

125,507
30,434
809
69,655
65,992
3,855
62,137
3,664
231
3,432
24,608
51,968
4,226
7,300
3,828
3,472
16,532
851
15,681
11,486
12,425
7,909
5,259
2,650
5,803
216,659
195,888
20,770
68,307
56,288
16,547
20,416
16,423
3,993
3,175
16,151
4,170
3,555
8,426
12,019
19,657
7,689
11,967

86,529
10,786
1,408
48,553
46,308
2,049
44,260
2,245
82
2,163
25,781
5,702
611
3,147
(4)
(4)
387
(4)
(4)
466
1,092
1,806
390
1,416
4,861
74,281
4
(4)
()
61,426
50,410
21,041
10,006
8,633
1,374
3,544
15,820
3,309
4,051
8,459
11,016
3,869
(4)
(4)

46



Total

Foreign
offices3

Domestic
offices

17-A. Continued
Banks with foreign offices2
Item
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 capital4
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, travelers 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, foreign, and Edge, and Agreement 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 . . . .
Ill
Undivided profits
112
Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves
MEMO
Deposits in domestic offices
1 13 Total demand . . .
1 14 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 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
Averages for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date
128 Total assets . . . .
129 Cash and due from depository institutions
130 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
131 Total loans . . . .
132 Total deposits
..
133 Time CDs in denominations of $100 000 or more in domestic offices
134 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase . . . .
135 Other liabilities for borrowed money
135 Number of banks
.




Insured
Total

Foreign
offices3

Domestic
offices

Banks
without
foreign
offices

15,443

13,511

2,678

10,833

1,932

23,273
2,082
101,085
1,444
56,326
(4)
0
(4)
43,315
1,630,940
1,538,248

14,209
1,269
91,294
1,389
55,890
17,808
38,082
(4)
34,016
1,192,999
1,133,523

1,426
96
45,512
1,083
15,735
4
(4)
()
15,925
12,770

12,784
1,172
88,980
306
40,155
4
C4 )

(4)
388,222

(4)
788,499

9,042
813
9,774
55
434
4
( 4)
(4)
()
9,284
437,489
404,302

1,230,103
938,674
2,682
55,643
222,102
29,717
64,130
(4)
(4)
128,255
(4)
(4)

873,097
623,293
1,760
26,938
213,357
29,584
55,903
4,963
50,941
127,869
20,757
107,112

319,630
157,712
252
598
160,380
23,812
23,471
2,953
20,518
113,096
19,266
93,830

553,467
465,581
1,508
26,339
52,977
5,772
32,432
2,010
30,422
14,773
1,491
13,282

356,625
315,022
921
28,700
8,741
133
8,227
4
()
(4)
382
4
(4)
()

11,002

7,750

687

7,063

3,240

159,241

124,272

323

123,950

34,943

47,041
10,132
36,910
2,206
99,657
56,581
(4)
43,077
5,796
86,896
192
17,066
29,100
40,538
39,684
854

42,812
7,824
34,988
1,460
91,882
56,144
(4)
35,737
3,978
55,498
106
10,982
17,384
27,025
26,637
389

16,645
(4)
16,645
38
51,587
13,069
27,273
11,246
284

26,167
7,824
18,344
1,422
83,492
43,076
15,925
24,492
3,694
(4)
4
( 4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
()

4,229
2,308
1,921
742
7,764
434
(4)
7,329
1,818
31,369
86
6,076
11,697
13,511
13,045
465

261,265
154,111
495,097
273,121
244,796
28,325
45,069

170,548
78,168
304,752
200,970
176,923
24,047
23,069

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

170,548
78,168
304,752
200,970
176,923
24,047
23,069

90,591
75,882
190,153
72,040
67,767
4,273
21,975

136,323
14,597
173,778
75,920
(4)
(4)

63,841
7,437
100,911
70,910
51,484
19,426

0
0
0
15,002
(4)
(4)

63,841
7,437
100,911
55,908
(4)
(4)

72,401
7,161
72,750
5,001
(4)
(4)

6,162
(4)

5,752
(4)

718
(4)

5,034
286

408
823

1,613,511
269,200
64,547
915,532
1,212,013
244,195
159,129
35,795
1,703

1,178,388
221,188
36,115
684,853
858,565
(4)
124,483
33,981
189

342,695
127,041
749
200,794
288,642
(4)
508
15,198
189

835,693
94,147
35,366
484,059
569,924
176,635
123,975
18,783
189

434,655
47,983
28,424
230,372
353,069
67,455
34,612
1,814
1,513

(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)

()

27,273
21,246

47

17. Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over—
Domestic and foreign offices1—Continued
B. June 30, 1982
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Banks with foreign offices2
Insured

Item

Total
1 Total assets

Foreign
offices3

Domestic
offices

Banks
without
foreign
offices

1,659,676

1,217,033

388,158

877,583

442,644

280,863
14,950
18,032
3,618
18,149

226,691
8,670
12,593
3,618
7,497

127,208
274
261
3,522
215

99,482
8,396
12,332
96
7,283

54,173
6,280
5,439
(4)
10,652

160,973
17,233
726
143,015
4
()
(4)
65,141

. .

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

140,900
8,468
378
132,053
20,724
111,329
53,412

121,191
5,964
274
114,953
17,049
97,904
1,745

19,709
2,504
104
17,101
3,676
13,425
51,667

20,073
8,764
347
10,962

0
(4)

11,729

1,247,211

879,111

208,868

670,243

368,099

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

234,583
63,333
38,930
106,063
26,258
10,959
1,879
13,420

125,307
28,780
16,006
57,655
22,866
8,537
1,397
12,933

9,731
208
27
632
8,865
6,984
173
1,709

115,576
28,572
15,980
57,023
14,001
1,553
1,224
11,224

109,277
34,553
22,924
48,408
3,392
2,422
483
487

23
24
25
26
27

60,841
961,002
14,537
10,258
936,208

36,672
718,606
7,542
7,518
703,546

920
197,653
1,831
291
195,532

35,752
520,952
5,711
7,227
508,014

24,169
242,397
6,995
2,740
232,662

224,430
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)

137,628
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
4
(4 )
()
4
()
(4)
89,227
4,532
8,528
4,010
4,518
45,606
579
45,028
11,264
19,297

8,660
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
( 4 ),
(4)
(4)
(4)
33,612
98
660
307
353
25,733
296
25,437
258
6,863

128,967
32,227
848
70,462
66,811
3,959
62,853
3,650
218
3,432
25,430

86,802
11,074
1,424
48,529
46,284
1,999
44,285
2,245
73
2,172
25,776

55,615
4,434
7,868
3,703
4,165
19,873
283
19,591
11,006
12,434

6,471
629
3,817
4
()
(4)
484

12,222
7,655
4,567
12,212
427,334
(4)
(4)
137,995
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
0
(4)
(4)

10,329
7,251
3,078
6,910
351,045
221,242
129,803

1,556
1,189
376
720
120,972
15,844
105,129

8,763
6,062
2,702
6,190
230,072
205,398
24,674

76,159
(4)
(4)
(4)
4
(4)
()
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)

6,586
(4)
(4)

69,573
57,082
16,557
21,022
17,041
3,982
3,206
16,296
4,241
3,588

1,893
405
1,489
5,302
76,289
(4)
(4)
61,836
50,569
21,045
9,972
8,574
1,398
3,544
16,008
3,271
4,113

(4)
(4)
51,111
(4)
(4)

(4)
(4)
47,308
33,016
14,293

8,467
12,491
21,771
9,664
12,107

8,624
11,267
3,803
(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
4 4 Banks i n 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 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 installment loans for household, family, and other
67
Single-payment loans
68 All other loans
69
Loans to foreign governments and official institutions
70
Other

48




95,699
5,161
12,345
(4)
(4)
46,090
(4)
(4)
11,758
20,346

0
((44))
(4)
0
(44)
()
(44)
()
25,537

23,352
2,185

0
(4)
494
1,048

17-B. Continued
Banks with foreign offices2
Insured

Item

Total

Foreign
offices3

Domestic
offices

Banks
without
foreign
offices

15,578
23,886
2,415
105,301
1,513
59,536
(4)
(4)
(4)
44,253

13,587
14,678
1,495
95,057
1,450
59,120
18,797
40,322
(4)
34,488

2,685
1,452
93
50,536
1,076
15,870
(4)
(4)
21,684
11,907

10,902
13,226
1,402
93,229
374
43,250
(4)
(4)
27,024
22,581

1,991
9,208
920
10,244
62
416
(4)
(4)
(4)
9,765

81 Total liabilities and equity capital5

1,659,676

1,217,033

1,565,584

1,156,180

(4)
387,909

(4)
816,980

442,644

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, travelers checks, and letters of credit sold for cash

1,261,557
973,079
4,468
55,451
216,637
26,865
69,482
(4)
(4)
120,290
(4)
(4)
11,922

900,379
654,355
3,135
26,839
207,615
26,689
61,067
5,111
55,956
119,859
19,932
99,928
8,434

320,148
168,122
264
557
150,486
19,884
27,519
3,357
24,162
103,083
17,907
85,177
719

580,231
486,233
2,871
26,283
57,129
6,805
33,548
1,754
31,794
16,776
2,025
14,751
7,715

361,178
318,724
1,333
28,611
9,022
176
8,415
4
()
(4)
430
(4)
4
()
3,488

153,421

118,318

370

117,948

35,103

44,383
6,275
38,108
2,202
104,021
59,799
(4)
44,222

40,234
4,282
35,952
1,449
95,800
59,382
(4)
36,417

15,492
(4)
15,492
16
51,882
13,950
27,024
10,908

24,742
4,282
20,460
1,433
92,626
45,432
21,684
25,509

4,149
1,993
2,156
752
8,221
416
(4)
7,805

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 . . .

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
1 10
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
1 14 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 deposits (a) in minimum denominations of $10,000
but less than $100,000 with original maturities of 26 weeks, and (b) in
minimum denominations of $7,500 but less than $100,000 with original
maturities of 91 days
121 All savers certificates
122 Total Individual Retirement Accounts
(IRA) and Keogh Plan accounts
123 Demand deposits adjusted6
124 Standby letters of credit, total
..
.
....
125 U S addressees (domicile)
126 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
127 Standby letters of credit conveyed to others through participations
(included in total standby letters of credit)
128 Holdings of commercial paper included in total gross loans
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136

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
..
....

137 Number of banks




409,404

5,870

4,200

88,223
217
17,119
29,443
41,444
40,600
843

56,653
131
11,138
17,748
27,636
27,247
389

267,982
153,109
520,318
288,859
255,270
33,590
44,554

177,015
78,034
325,182
215,890
186,586
29,304
22,787

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

177,015
78,034
325,182
215,890
186,586
29,304
22,787

90,967
75,075
195,135
72,970
68,684
4,286
21,767

141,055
15,487

66,868
7,969

0
0

66,868
7,969

74,187
7,518

9,708
174,994

4,741
103,068

0
0

4,741
103,068

4,968
71,926

80,770
(4)
(4)

75,579
55,700
19,879

14,588
(4)
(4)

60,991
(4)
(4)

5,191
(4)
(4)

6,557
(4)

6,229
(4)

561
(4)

5,668
201

328
836

1,648,001
274,919
61,589
941,498
1,241,982
254,169
164,494
36,891

1,207,393
224,172
34,329
707,475
881,687
(4)
128,765
34,913

342,609
125,019
862
197,408
315,398
(4)
538
15,339

864,785
99,153
33,467
510,067
566,289
185,190
128,228
19,574

440,607
50,747
27,260
234,023
360,295
68,978
35,729
1,978

1,698

192

192

192

1,506

259
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)

3,941
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)

1,670
31,570
86
5,981
11,695
13,808
13,353
455

49

17. Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or overDomestic and foreign offices1—Continued
C. September 30, 1982
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Banks with foreign offices2
Total

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
2 7 EQUALS' Loans n e t .
.
.
.
. .

...
...

.

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 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 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
71 Lease financing receivables
..
..
.......
72 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing
bank premises




Banks
without
foreign
offices

1,250,908

387,769

917,145

443,848

282,215
14,067
19,420
3,463
18,568

228,172
8,259
14,429
3,463
7,801

126,139
245
373
3,285
354

102,033
8,014
14,056
178
7,447

54,042
5,808
4,991
(4)
10,767

162,736
19,395
754
142,587
4
()
(4)
63,966

141,500
10,274
561
130,666
20,355
110,310
52,720

120,253
6,599
439
113,214
16,442
96,773
1,630

21,247
3,674
121
17,451
3,914
13,538
51,091

21,236
9,121
193
11,921
4
(4)
()
11,246

1,277,804

..

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

50

Domestic
offices

1,694,756

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 belances 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 .

Foreign
offices3

908,722

210,225

698,497

369,082

238,453
66,296
39,292
105,250
27,615
11,996
1,923
13,696

128,726
31,456
16,020
57,204
24,047
9,519
1,435
13,092

10,477
191
33
624
9,630
7,657
186
1,786

118,249
31,265
15,987
56,580
14,417
1,862
1,249
11,306

109,726
34,840
23,272
48,045
3,569
2,477
487
605

67,961
980,693
14,357
10,516
955,820

43,711
737,765
7,426
7,728
722,610

833
198,342
1,765
321
196,227

42,879
539,423
5,631
7,408
526,384

24,250
242,928
6,931
2,788
233,209

227,483
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(*)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
96,706
4,696
13,319
(4)
(4)
46,403
(4)
(4)
11,739
20,549
13,592
8,830
4,762
12,532
438,875
4
(4 )
()
139,764
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
51,741
(4)
(4)
15,571

140,574
(4)
(44>
()
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
89,916
4,156
9,018
4,442
4,577
45,852
571
45,281
11,347
19,543
11,758
8,481
3,277
7,129
362,650
230,200
132,450

8,630
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
33,143
107
757
372
385
25,109
270
24,839
293
6,876
1,758
1,298
461
658
122,852
16,575
106,277

131,945
33,926
907
70,951
67,226
4,049
63,176
3,726
223
3,502
26,160
56,773
4,049
8,261
4,070
4,192
20,743
300
20,442
11,054
12,667
10,000
7,184
2,816
6,471
239,798
213,625
26,173

77,931
( 44>
()
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
47,807
33,304
14,502
13,674

6,432
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
0
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
24,869
22,813
2,056
2,688

71,499
58,776
16,690
22,321
18,281
4,040
3,183
16,582
4,204
3,660
8,718
12,723
22,937
10,491
12,446
10,985

86,909
11,514
1,426
48,191
45,885
1,975
43,910
2,306
76
2,230
25,778
6,790
540
4,301
4
()
(4)
551
C4)
4
()
392
1,006
1,834
348
1,485
5,403
76,225
(4)
(4)
61,833
50,563
21,208
9,940
8,508
1,432
3,525
15,890
3,234
4,060
8,596
11,270
3,934
(4)
(4)
1,897

24,477

15,213

1,501

13,712

9,263

Insured

Item

17-C. Continued
Banks with foreign offices2
Item

Insured
Total

73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82

Real estate owned other than bank premises
All other assets
Investment in unconsoiidated 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 capital5
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, travelers 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
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
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 deposits (a) in minimum denominations of $10,000 but
less than $100,000 with original maturities of 26 weeks, and (b) in
minimum denominations of $7,500 but less than $100,000 with original
maturities of 91 days . . . .
121 AH savers certificates
...
122 Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
123 Demand deposits adjusted*'
124 Standby letters of credit total
...
...
125 U S addressees (domicile)
126 Non-U S addressees (domicile) .
127 Standby letters of credit conveyed to others through participation (included
in total standby letters of credit)
128 Holdings of commercial paper included in total gross loans
Averages for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date
129 Total assets
130 Cash and due from depository institutions
...
131 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
132 Total loans
133 Total deposits
...
134 Time CDs in denominations of $100 000 or more in domestic offices
135 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase . . . .
136 Other liabilities for borrowed money
137 Number of banks

113
1 14
115
116
117
118
119
120




2,764
107,492
1,563
60,177

Foreign
offices3

Domestic
offices

Banks
without
foreign
offices

1,706
97,094
1,486
59,720
18,381
41,339
(4)
35,889
1,250,908
1,188,107

90
49,813
1,135
16,443
(4)
(4)
20,361
11,874

1,616
101,287
351
43,277
4
C4 )
()
33,645
24,015

1,057
10,398
77
457
4
(4)
(4 )
()
9,864

(4)
387,512

(4)
854,600

443,848
410,307

915,208
664,307
1,751
27,885
212,448
27,555
69,684
6,216
63,468
115,209
17,000
98,209

313,531
160,728
212
637
151,420
20,137
32,441
4,669
27,772
98,842
15,386
83,457

601,677
503,579
1,539
27,248
61,028
7,418
37,243
1,547
35,696
16,366
1,614
14,752

362,574
320,346
895
28,937
8,836
196
8,307
4
()

12,377

8,817

533

8,283

3,560

160,981

127,597

419

127,178

33,384

52,210
17,819
34,391
2,320
105,120
60,366
(4)
44,755
6,095
90,247
215
17,257
29,757
43,019
42,150
869

46,929
14,328
32,601
1,550
96,823
59,909
(4)
36,914
4,473
58,328
131
11,319
18,033
28,845
28,439
406

15,127
(4)
15,127
62
58,373
14,166
33,645
10,562
257

31,802
14,328
17,474
1,487
92,456
45,743
20,361
26,352
4,216
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
4
(4 )
(4)
()

5,281
3,491
1,790
771
8,297
457
(4)
7,840
1,622
31,919
84
5,937
11,724
14,174
13,711
463

265,047
156,081
543,123
302,760
264,857
37,902
47,483

176,085
80,452
345,140
229,391
195,894
33,497
24,413

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

176,085
80,452
345,140
229,391
195,894
33,497
24,413

88,961
75,629
197,984
73,369
68,963
4,406
23,070

141,714
16,379
10,909
174,942
89,621

67,949
8,604
5,372
104,013
84,266
62,782
21,484

0
0
0
0
15,775
(4)
(4)

67,949
8,604
5,372
104,013
68,491
(4)
(4)

73,765
7,775
5,537
70,929
5,355
(4)
(4)

7,882
(4)

7,584
(4)

781
(4)

6,803
348

298
846

1,686,712
283,233
67,309
960,400
1,260,297
265,676
165,835
35,486
1,689

1,245,051
231,410
42,113
725,269
900,370
(4)
130,924
33,682
195

342,359
127,166
823
197,813
305,002
(4)
369
15,115
195

902,692
104,244
41,290
527,455
595,367
197,314
130,555
18,567
195

441,661
51,823
25,196
235,132
359,927
68,362
34,910
1,804
1,494

(

?
(4)
()
45,753
1,694,756
1,598,413

1,277,782
984,654
2,646
56,822
221,284
27,751
77,991
(

?
(4)
115,542
( }

a
4

()

o
(4)

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

(4)

334

8

51

17. Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over—Domestic and foreign offices1—
Continued
D. December 31, 1982
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Banks with foreign offices2
Insured

Item

Total

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
.

.... ...
....

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 nonfarm non residential properties

..
,

1,288,326

389,889

962,856

469,455

291,626
14,775
24,518
3,599
19,082

233,675
8,924
18,603
3,599
7,642

124,027
248
203
3,407
200

109,648
8,675
18,400
191
7,442

57,951
5,851
5,915
(4)
11,440

163,371
22,431
727
140,212
4
()
(4)
66,282

141,102
13,017
534
127,551
21,607
105,943
53,806

118,886
8,546
464
109,876
16,936
92,940
1,082

22,216
4,471
70
17,674
4,671
13,003
52,724

22,269
9,414
193
12,662
4
()
(4)
12,476

936,076

212,976

723,099

390,581

259,076
76,063
40,178
109,042
33,793
12,763
1,923
19,107

142,558
37,422
16,177
59,125
29,833
10,065
1,427
18,341

11,195
223
21
619
10,333
8,044
170
2,120

131,363
37,200
16,157
58,506
19,500
2,021
1,258
16,222

116,518
38,641
24,000
49,917
3,960
2,698
496
766

74,039
1,002,248
13,995
10,982
977,271

41,621
752,943
7,292
8,047
737,604

819
200,207
1,861
359
197,987

40,802
552,736
5,431
7,688
539,617

32,418
249,305
6,703
2,935
239,667

141,956
(4)
(4)

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

(4)
(4)
(4)
(4J

133,028
34,844
842
70,610
66,788
4,217
62,572
3,821
227
3,594
26,732

87,928
11,758
1,409
48,478
46,059
2,209
43,850
2,419
111
2,308
26,284

61,222
4,799
10,033
4,975
5,058
22,573
290
22,283
11,198
12,619

7,511
593
4,666
(4)
(4)
623
(4)
(4)
503
1,127
2,152
608
1,544
5,304
79,118
(4)
(4)
63,059
51,286
21,149
10,778
9,336
1,442
3,418
15,941
3,169
3,969
8,803
11,773
4,234
(4)
(4)

102,363
5,451
15,216
(4)
C4)
47,698
(4)
(4)
12,027
21,972

94,852
4,858
10,551
5,226
5,325
47,075
580
46,495
11,523
20,845

8,927
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
33,630
59
518
251
267
24,502
290
24,212
325
8,226

15,162
10,210
4,953
12,485
445,571
(4)
(4)
143,408
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
53,375
(4)
(4)

13,010
9,601
3,409
7,181
366,453
234,640
131,813

2,121
1,600
521
858
123,983
17,435
106,547

10,889
8,001
2,888
6,323
242,471
217,204
242,665

80,349
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
49,141
33,549
15,592

6,703
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
23,985
21,839
2,146

73,647
60,237
16,602
23,881
19,830
4,051
3,146
16,607
4,141
3,474
8,992
13,410
25,156
11,710
13,446

c(44))

...
..

. . . . .
.
..

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
6 7 Single-payment loans
. . .
68 All other loans
69
Loans to foreign governments and official institutions .
.
70
Other

52

1,757,781

4

.

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)




Banks .
without
foreign
offices

229,883
(*)
(4)

...

14 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables

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
.

Domestic
offices

1,326,657

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

23
24
25
26
27

Foreign
offices3

(4)

(4)
0
(4)

17-D. Continued
Banks with foreign offices2
Insured

Item

Foreign
offices3

Total

Domestic
offices

Banks
without
foreign
offices

16,271
25,285
3,179
111,034
1,745
64,257
(4)
(4)
(4)
45,032

14,292
15,731
2,005
100,840
1,609
63,828
18,519
45,310
(4)
35,403

2,975
1,588
92
51,205
1,252
17,079
(4)
(4)
22,059
10,817

11,317
14,142
1,912
114,054
357
46,750
(4)
(4)
42,361
24,586

1,979
9,554
1,174
10,194
136
429
(4)
(4)
(4)
9,629

81 Total liabilities and equity capital5

1,757,781

1,288,326

1,659,128

1,223,698

(4)
389,419

(4)
898,699

469,455

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, travelers checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash

1,324,787
1,028,393
2,628
57,054
223,387
27,182
83,420
(4)
112,785
(4)
(4)

938,371
686,933
1,680
27,364
212,827
26,979
73,543
6,790
66,754
112,304
18,484
93,820

306,703
158,670
344
741
146,330
19,144
33,037
4,515
28,522
94,149
15,584
78,564

631,669
528,263
1,336
26,622
66,497
7,835
40,506
2,275
38,231
18,156
2,900
15,256

386,415
341,460
948
29,691
10,561
203
9,877
4
()
(4)
480
(4)
4
()

13,324

9,568

618

8,950

3,755

171,042

135,559

269

135,290

35,483

53,387
• 14,241
39,146
2,335
107,577
64,496
(4)
43,081

48,282
11,437
36,845
1,521
99,964
64,066
(4)
35,899

16,142
(4)
16,142
16
66,289
12,896
42,361
11,032

32,140
11,437
20,703
1,505
98,095
51,170
22,059
24,867

5,105
2,804
2,300
814
7,613
430
(4)
7,183

470

4,624

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

o

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 . .

...

135 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
136 Other liabilities for borrowed money
137 Number of banks




290,169
211,943
515,972
285,553
242,791
42,762
53,365

192,888
114,409
324,372
213,801
175,954
37,847
27,489

133,518
5,710
12,386
192,726

(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)
(4)

1,606

..

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

32,420
77
5,980
12,218
14,145
13,690
454

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

192,888
114,409
324,372
213,801
175,954
37,847
27,489

97,281
97,534
191,600
71,752
66,837
4,915
25,877

63,252
3,056
6,269
116,031

0
0
0
0

63,252
3,056
6,269
116,031

70,266
2,655
6,117
76,695

92,486
70,940
21,546

15,975
(4)
(4)

76,511
(4)
(4)

5,809
(4)
(4)

8,697
(4)

124 Standby letters of credit, total
125 U S addressees (domicile)
126 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
127 Standby letters of credit conveyed to others through participations
(included in total standby letters of credit)
128 Holdings of commercial paper included in total gross loans
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

5,094
59,534
194
1 1 ,467
18,302
29,571
29,237
334

98,295
(4)
(4)

....

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
1 19 Savings deposits authorized for automatic transfer and NOW accounts
120 Money market time deposits (a) in minimum denominations of $10,000 but less
than $100,000 with original maturities of 26 weeks, and (b) in minimum denominations of $7 500 but less than $100 000 with original maturities of 91 days
121 All savers certificates
122 Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
....
123 Demand deposits adjusted^
. j

129
130
131
132
133
134

6,700
91,953
271
17,447
30,520
43,715
42,927
788

435,429

8,399
(4)

790
(4)

7,609
357

298
958

1,729,412
288,596
70,715
976,124
1,300,900
253,206

341,484
124,177
909
198,141
313,289
(4)
336
15,890

930,472
109,929
40,992
537,928
613,074
185,550

457,455
54,489
28,813
240,055
374,538
67,656

173,540
37,319

1,271,957
234,106
41,902
736,069
926,363
(4)
137,860
35,193

137,524
19,304

35,680
2,125

1,679

194

194

194

1,485

53

18. Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over—Domestic offices1
A. March 31, 1982
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Member banks
Insured

Item

Total
1 Total assets

National

State

Nonmember
insured

1,285,632

12 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables
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

,

1,085,964

823,608

262,356

199,668

149,758
13,786
24,402
259
17,329

130,948
11,718
23,663
259
11,817

95,648
9,237
17,644
221
9,299

35,299
2,481
6,020
38
2,518

18,810
2,068
739
0
5,512

33,875
10,503
341
23,031
60,107

25,928
6,975
182
18,771
57,563

19,637
5,854
78
13,705
39,611

6,291
1,121
104
5,066
17,952

7,947
3,528
159
4,260
2,544

1,013,271

.

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 belances 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

843,556

644,281

199,275

169,714

227,771
64,707
38,453
106,364
18,247
3,827
1,681
12,738

178,853
48,523
28,328
85,519
16,483
2,413
1,511
12,558

135,273
36,432
22,982
64,922
10,937
1,758
1,138
. 8,041

43,580
12,091
5,346
20,597
5,546
656
373
4,517

48,917
16,184
10,125
20,845
1,764
1,414
170
180

60,108

50,409

38,375

12,034

9,699

734,606
12,576
9,403
712,627

620,328
9,554
8,174
602,600

475,335
7,211
6,089
462,035

144,993
2,343
2,085
140,565

114,278
3,022
1,230
110,026

Total loans, gross, by category
Real estate loans
Construction and land development
Secured by farmland
Secured by residential properties
1- to 4-family
FHA-insured or VA-guaranteed
Conventional
.
Multifamily
FHA-insured
Conventional
Secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties

212,080
41,262
2,218
118,210
112,301
5,904
106,397
5,909
313
5,595
50,390

169,442
34,718
1,599
94,803
90,073
5,276
84,797
4,730
223
4,507
38,322

139,240
27,041
1,432
79,348
75,571
4,356
71,214
3,777
126
3,651
31,419

30,202
7,676
166
15,455
14,502
919
13,583
953
97
856
6,904

42,637
6,544
619
23,407
22,228
628
21,600
1,178
90
1,088
12,068

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

57,723
4,837
10,447
16,971
11,951
13,517

53,470
4,565
7,786
16,414
11,739
12,966

33,558
3,297
5,101
9,273
7,191
8,696

19,912
1,268
2,685
7,140
4,548
4,271

4,253
271
2,661
557
213
551

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
. ..

9,715
5,649
4,066
10,664
291,100

9,116
5,363
3,753
9,381
253,909

5,222
2,376
2,846
8,549
190,324

3,894
2,987
907
832
63,585

599
286
313
1,283
37,191

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

129,794
106.758
37,619
30,422
25,056
5,367
6,718
31,999
7,479
7,623
16,897
23,036
23,530

103,372
84,893
28,284
27,272
22,684
4,589
5,355
23,982
5,871
5,453
12,657
18,478
21,639

84,233
69,735
23,150
22,311
18,724
3,587
4,879
19,395
4,855
4,447
10,093
14,498
14,209

19,139
15,159
5,134
4,961
3,960
1,001
476
4,587
1,016
1,007
2,564
3,980
7,429

26,423
21,865
9,336
3,150
2,372
778
1,363
8,017
1,608
2,170
4,239
4,558
1,892

12,765
21,847
1,986
98,770
361
40,591
27,273
30,545

11,693
17,657
1,607
92,196
325
39,720
25,937
26,215

8,598
14,321
1,307
68,051
297
28,507
20,068
19,179

3,095
3,336
299
24,145
29
11,213
5,869
7,036

1,072
4,190
379
6,574
36
871
1,336
4,331

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 .
.
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

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-A. Continued
Non-

IMember bank 5
National

Total

69 Total liabilities and equity capital2
70 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt

1,285,632

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, travelers 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, travelers checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash
90 Time deposits
91
Mutual savings banks . . f
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

'

1,085,964

823,608

1,193,224

1,008,448

764,801

910 473
780,962
2,430
55 045
61,722
5 905
40,659
15,159

744 998
633,806
2,054
41 486
58,922
5 721
38,655
14,546

578 649
498,818
1,660
33,848
38,880
3 369
27,328
8,183

10 314
261,265

8 730
221,980

5,442
163,732

940

818

458

205 385
1,821
9 755
33,049
1,003
25 559
6,486

171,082
1,544
8 017
31,790

128,369
1,217
6410
21,837

984

528

24 512
6,293

18 407
2,901

State
262 356
243,647
166 349
134 988
393
7 638
20042
2 352
11 327
6 363

199 668
184,776
165 475
147 156
376
13 560
2 800
183
2004
613

3 288
58 249
' 360
42 713
327
1 607
9 953
455
6 106
3 392

1 584
39 285
123
34 303
278
1 738
1 259
20
1 047
193
1 584
92 707
19
79 593
94
11 461
1,540
163
957
420
33 484
0
33 118
31 429
1,689
5
360
1
*
*
*

285

266

150

421,852

342,260

273,083

554

460

395

43 751
28,655
4 883
15,099
8,672
154 111

32,290
27,114
4 720
14,142
8,252
120,627

26,572
17,026
2823
8,921
5,281
97,691

152 498
146,721
5,777

119 380
115,291
4,088

96 759
93,452
3,306

3 288
85 164
117
69 177
65
5 718
10088
1 897
5 221
2,971
22 936
*
22 621
21 839
782
1
313
1
*
1
*

. ...

10,314

8,730

5,442

495,097

402,390

317,226

*

....

*

*

insured

55

50

1,539

1,179

19
18
1
*

18
17
1
*

49
866
17
17
*
*

158,919

146,716

109,425

37,291

12,203

30,396
10,132
20,265
2,168
91,268
43,512
15,925
31,831
5,512

28,593
9,291
19,302
1,784
86,357
42,641
15,262
28,455
4,318

16,706
6,638
10,068
1,505
58,516
31,119
7,259
20,139
3,038

86,896

73,198

55,769

11,886
2,653
9,234
279
27,841
1 1 ,522
8,003
8,316
1 280
17,430

1,804
841
963
384
4,910
871
663
3,376
1 194
13,698

273,121
244,796
28 325
45,069

231,345
205,138
26,207
35,483

176,196
158,193
18,003
29,248

55,149
46,945
8 204
6,235

41,775
39,657
2 118
9,586

136 323
14 597
173,778

105,117
11 306
138,362

87,811
9,057
104,497

128 Total standby letters of credit
129 Conveyed to others through participations (included in standby letters of credit) . .
130 Holdings of commercial paper included in total gross loans
..

60,919
5,444
1,109

58,246
5,313
714

37,988
4,010
511

17 306
2 249
33,864
20,258
1,303
203

31 205
3 291
35,416
2,673
131
394

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 purphased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase . . . .
Other liabilities for borrowed money

1,270,816
142,159
63 798
714,738
923,371
244,195
158,621
20,597

1,073,417
124,547
54,010
603,854
759,503
204,381
147,138
19,655

816,556
91,976
42,383
463,704
569,178
156,819
109,964
9,425

1,703

1,055

882

256,862
32,571
11 628
140,149
190,325
47,562
37,174
10,230
173

197,399
17,611
9 788
110,885
163,868
39,814
11,484
942
648

.

..

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
1 13 Other liabilities for borrowed money
1 14 Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases
1 15 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
121
122
123
124
125
126
127

131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138

.

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
AH savers certificates
Demand deposits adjusted'

139 Number of banks




55

18. Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over—Domestic offices1—Continued
B. June 30, 1982
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Member banks
Insured

Item

Total
1 Total assets

National

State

Nonmember
insured

1,320,227

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 . . .

...

..

12 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables
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 .

....

1,115,669

846,437

269,232

204,558

153,655
14,676
17,771
96
17,934

133,098
12,436
17,030
96
12,356

98,018
9,810
12,647
79
9,827

35,080
2,626
4,384
17
2,528

20,557
2,240
741
0
5,578

39,782
11,268
452
28,062
63,396

30,605
7,635
169
22,800
60,575

23,040
5,880
131
17,029
42,614

7,565
1,756
38
5,771
17,961

9,177
3,633
282
5,262
2,822

1,038,342

.

866,734

659,654

207,080

171,608

224,852
63,125
38,904
105,431
17,393
3,975
1,707
11,711

175,807
47,049
28,475
84,860
15,422
2,392
1,537
11,493

133,417
35,478
23,005
64,281
10,652
1,741
1,162
7,749

42,390
11,571
5,470
20,579
4,770
651
375
3,744

49,046
16,076
10,428
20,571
1,971
1,583
169
218

59,921

50,891

39,318

11,573

9,029

763,349
12,706
9,967
740,676

646,645
9,683
8,720
628,243

492,086
7,297
6,582
478,206

154,560
2,386
2,138
150,036

116,704
3,023
1,247
112,433

215,770
43,301
2,272
118,991
113,096
5,958
107,138
5,896
291
5,605
51,206

172,629
36,524
1,656
95,469
90,774
5,312
85,462
4,695
209
4,486
38,980

141,692
28,483
1,478
79,757
75,994
4,332
71,662
3,763
109
3,653
31,974

30,936
8,041
178
15,713
14,780
980
13,800
933
100
833
7,005

43,141
6,777
616
23,522
22,322
646
21,676
1,200
81
1,119
12,226

62,086
5,062
11,684
20,357
11,500
13,483

57,335
4,687
8,670
19,780
11,279
12,918

35,349
3,360
5,705
10,645
7,076
8,562

21,986
1,327
2,966
9,135
4,202
4,356

4,752
375
3,014
577
221
564

10,657
6,466
4,190
11,492
306,362

10,100
6,240
3,860
10,044
267,767

6,012
3,074
2,938
9,183
198,705

4,089
3,166
922
861
69,062

557
227
330
1,448
38,594

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

131,409
107,651
37,603
30,994
25,614
5,380
6,750
32,304
7,512
7,701
17,091
23,758
25,574

105,044
85,863
28,376
27,870
23,258
4,612
5,395
24,222
5,934
5,474
12,815
19,182
23,726

85,772
70,698
23,181
23,016
19,403
3,613
4,916
19,585
4,873
4,439
10,273
15,074
15,373

19,272
15,165
5,195
4,854
3,855
998
479
4,638
1,061
1,035
2,542
4,107
8,353

26,365
21,788
9,227
3,125
2,356
768
1,355
8,082
1,579
2,227
4,276
4,577
1,847

61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

12,893
22,434
2,322
103,473
437
43,666
27,024
32,346

11,793
18,163
1,893
95,781
398
42,778
24,969
27,636

8,713
14,706
1,502
72,557
367
30,947
20,821
20,423

3,081
3,457
391
23,224
31
11,830
4,148
7,214

1,100
4,271
429
7,692
39
889
2,055
4,710

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 nonresidentiat 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
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

56

. ..

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




18-B. Continued
»Member bank s
Total

National

Non-

State

insured

69 Total liabilities and equity capital2

1,320,227

1,115,669

846,437

269,232

70 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt

1,226,383

1,036,978

786,874

250,104

204,558
189,406

941 409
804,956
4 205
54,894
66 151
6,981
41,964
17 207
11,203
267 982
945
206 488
3,415
10 699
35 232
1,668
26 176
7,388

771,853
654,389
3 717
41,503
62 788
6,755
39,563
16 470
9,456
228 034
820
1-72 168
3,023
8 787
33 780
1,638
25 019
7,123

599,448
515,315
2 830
34,074
41 381
4,155
28,508
8 717
5,848
168 023
425
129 813
2 264
7 024
22 649
976
18 705
2,968

172 405
139,074
887
7,429
21 407
2 600
1 1 ,055
7 752
3,608
60011
395
42 356
759
1 762
11 131
662
6 314
4,155

169 556
150 567

11 203
520 318
253
446 103
735
42 331
30,895
5,290
15 786
9,819
153,109
*
151 166
145,516
5,650
54
1,864
24
23
1
*

9456

3 608
89 155
71
73 397
128
5 284
10,275
1,938
4 739
3,598
23,240
*
22 856
22,071
784
1
383
1
1
1
*

1 747

423 879
233
362 766
644
31 253
28,984
5,094
14 542
9,347
119,941
#
118 403
114,393
4,009
50
1,464
24
23
1
*

5 848
334 724
162
289 369
516
25 968
18,709
3,156
9 803
5,749
96,701
#
95 547
92,322
3,225
49
1,081
23
22
*
*

153,051

140,806

108,090

32,717

12,245

28,891
6275
22,616
2 186
100,847
45,848
21 684
33,314
5,611
88,232

26,917
5,527
21,389
1 790
95,612
44,959
21,112
29,540
4,479
74,212

13,883
3,997
9,886
1,511
63,942
33,075
9,935
20,931
3,055
56,509

13,033
1,530
11,504
279
31,670
11,884
11,177
8,609
1,424

1,974

17,703

3,774
1 132
14,020

288 859
255 270
33,590
44,554

245,328
213 882
31,446
35,055

187,201
166 306
20,895
28,771

58,127
47 576
10,551
6,284

43 531
41 388
2,143
9,499

141,055
15,487
9,708
174,994

108,990
12,000
7,543
139,417

90,862
9,789
6,241
104,440

18,128
2,211
1,302
34,976

32,065
3 487
2,166
35,577

66 182
5,996
1,037

63 368
5,867
641

41,170
4,146
485

22,198
1,721
157

2 814
130
396

1,305,392
149 900
60 727
744,090
926 584
254,169
163,956
21,552
1 698

1,102,753
130 700
50 830
631,145
758,216
212,691
151,836
20,376
1 054

835,078
97,297
39 716
479,804
590,352
165,575
114,612
9,881
881

267,676
33,404
11 115
151,341
167,864
47,116
37,224
10,496

202 639
19 200
9 897
112,945
168 368
41,478
12,120
1,175

173

644

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, travelers 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
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
Ill
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119

Commercial banks in United States
Banks in foreign countries
Certified and officers' checks, travelers checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash
Time deposits
Mutual savings banks
Other 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
Banks in foreign countries
Savings deposits
Mutual savings banks
Other individuals partnerships and corporations
Individuals and nonprofit organizations
Corporations and other profit organizations
U S government
States and political subdivisions in United States
All other
Foreign governments and official institutions
Commercial banks in United States
Banks in foreign countries
Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
Interest-bearing demand notes issued to U.S. Treasury and other liabilities
for borrowed money
Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to U S Treasury
Other liabilities for borrowed money
Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases
All other liabilities
Acceptances executed and outstanding
Net due to foreign branches and foreign Edge and Agreement subsidiaries
Other
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 deposits (a) in minimum denominations of $10,000 but
less than $100,000 with original maturities of 26 weeks, and (b) in
minimum denominations of $7,500 but less than $100,000 with original
maturities of 9 1 days
126 All savers certificates
127 Total Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA) and Keogh Plan accounts
128 Demand deposits adjusted3
129 Total standby letters of credit
130 Conveyed to others through participation (included in standby letters of credit) . . . .
131 Holdings of commercial paper included in total gross loans
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140

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
Number of banks




488
13 391
3 363

226

2401

737

1,747
39 948

125

34 320

392

1 912
1 452

30

1 157

265

96439

21

83 338

91

11 078
1 911

195

1 244

472

33,168

*

32 764
31 123
1,641

4
400
*
*
*
#

748
1,226

396
5 235

889
572

57

18. Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over- -Domestic offices1—Continued
C. September 30, 1982
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks

!iMember banks
Total
1,360,992

134 966
11,737
18,048

178

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

1,155,881

156 076
13,822
19,047

1 Total assets

National

178

NonState

insured

872,351

283,530

205,112

99,185
9,265
14,461

35 781
2,472
3,587

21 109
2,085

35

999
*

143

1

18,214

12,542

10,029

2,512

5,672

42,483
12,795

32,933
8,762

24,252
7,023

8,681
1,739

9,550
4,034

29,373
62 336

23,988
59 533

17,091
41 034

6,897
18 498

5,385
2 803

1,067,579

895,671

679,016

216,655

171,908

227 975
66,105
39,259
104 626
17,986
4339
1,736
11,911

179 143
50,372
28,687
84,105
15,980
2 648
1,562
11,769

135 628
37,163
23,674
63,982
10,809
1 978
1,178
7,652

43 516
13,209
5,013
20,123
5,171

48 832
15,733
10,572
20521
2,006
1 691

315

12 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables
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

184

138

45

670
384

4,117

131

174
141

67,128

58,364

43,236

15,128

8,764

782 351
12,562
10,195
759 593

664 976
9,660
8,935
646 382

505 435
7,313
6,717
491 405

159 541
2,347
2,218
154 977

117 374
2,903
1,260
113 211

218,853
45 440
2,333
119 142
113,111
6024
107 087
6032

175,750
38405
1,727
95 858
91,044
5 376
85,668
4 814

31,540
8 545

43,103
7 035

299

221

144,210
29 860
1,548
80 104
76,188
4393
71,795
3 915

5 733
51 938

4 594
39,760

3 796
32,699

7 061

63,563
4589
12,562
21 293
1 1 ,446
13 673

58,924
4 359
9,384
20 726
11,208
13 247

36,902
3 123
6,341
11 967
6,990
8 482

22,022
1 236
3,043
8 759
4,218
4 766

11 833
7,532
4 301
11,874
316,023

11 265
7,330
3935
10,418
276,429

6476
3,489
2986
9,426
204,561

4 789
3,840

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

133 332
109,339
37 898
32 261
26 789
5,472
6707
32 473
7,438
7 720
17,315
23,993
26 872

107 295
87,828
28,730
29 146
24437
4,709
5 364
24 589
5,939
5 533
13,117
19,467
24,895

61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

12 882
22,975
2 674
111 685
43 734
33,645
33,879

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
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
. . .

.

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



427

119

179
15 754
14,855

606
23 284
22 067

982

648

13,873

21 419
1 217

899
102
797

949
992

78

1 139
12 178

4,639

231
3,178

567
238
425
568
202
366

71 868

1 456
39 594

87 666
72,379
23,506
24 003
20 302
3,701
4 905
19 965
4,883
4 488
10,593
15,287
16,193

19 629
15,450
5,224
5 143
4 135
1,008

26 037
21,511
9 168
3 115
2'352

4 624
1,055
1 045
2,524
4,179
8 702

1 343
7 884
1,500
2 187
4,197
4,526
1 977

11 781
18,713
2 135
104 391

8 747
15,081
1 746
77 322

3 034
3,632
388
27 069

1 101
4,262
539
7 294

42,980
31,785
29,244

30 498
25,779
20,696

12 482
6,007
8,548

1,859
4 636

382

350

459

32

763

45
754

18-C. Continued
»Member bank s

Non-

Total

National

State

insured

69 Total liabilities and equity capital2

1,360,992

1,155,881

872,351

283,530

205,112

70 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt

1,264,907

1,075,118

811,469

263,650

189,789

964,251
823 925
2434
56,185
69 864
7 614
45,550
16 700

794 582
673 444
2095
42,427
66 483
7 368
42,954
16 160

615 516
529 690
1 666
34654
43 193
4 401
30004
8 788

179,060
143 754

169 669
150481

429

339

7,773
23 290
2 967
12,951
7 372

13 758
3 381

11,843
265 047

10,134
226 514

6,313
167 715

3,820
58 799

877

1,710
38 533

765

441

324

112

206,794
1 633
9,794
34 107
1 917
26,136
6054

173,373
1 376
8,088
32 781
1 864
25,034
5 882

131,031
1 054
6,459
22 417
1 439
18,127
2 851

42,342

33,421

426

53

6,907
3,031

1,102

11 843
543,123

10 134
445,278

6313
348 553

3 820
96,725

1 710
97,845

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, travelers 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, travelers 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 ' 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
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
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
118 Other
119 Subordinated notes and debentures
120 Total equity capital2

126
127
128
129
130
131

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 deposits (a) in minimum denominations of $10,000 but
less than $100,000 with original maturities of 26 weeks, and (b) in
minimum denominations of $7,500 but less than $100,000 with original
maturities of 9 1 days
AH savers certificates
• .
Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
Demand deposits adjusted^
Total standby letters of credit
Conveyed to others through participations (included in standby letters of credit) . . .
Holdings of commercial paper included in total gross loans

132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139

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

121
122
123
124
125

140 Number of banks




245
2 596

540

322

256

1,629
10 363

1,707
1 327

173

240

214

116

98

27

461 591

377 607

299 868

77,739

83 984

747

669

561

108

78

44 808
35,737
5,678
19 413
10,645
156,081

33 105
33,683
5,486
17 919
10,278
122,790

27 249
20,758
2,945
11 876
5,937
99,248

5 855
12,925
2,541
6,043
4,341
23,542

11 703
2,054

154,422
148 711
5,711

121,486
117 434
4,052

98,234
94983
3,251

23,252
22,450

801
1
288
1
*
1
*

*

*

*

*

192
1 494

368
33,291

*

32,937
31 277
1,659

5
348
1
1
*
*

56

51

1,583

1,234

20
19
1
*

19
18
1
*

50
946
18
17
*
*

160,561
37,084
17 819
19,265
2 258
100,754
46,200

148,529
34,624
16 519
18,105
1 883
95,501
45,445

105,752
21,758
12958
8,799
1 587
66,856
32,914

42,777
12,867
3,561
9,306
296
28,645
12,531

20 361
34,193
5 838

19 596
30,459
4 740

11 906
22,035
3085

7 690
8,424
1,656

3,733
1,098

90,247

76,022

57,797

18,225

14,226

302,760
264,857
37 902
47,483

258,928
223,391
35 538
37,426

194,447
170,854
23 593
30,847

64,481
52,536
1 1 ,945
6,579

43,831
41,466
2,365
10,058

141 714
16,379
10 909
174,942
73,845
7,100
1 194

109 981
12,763
8 487
140,570
70,963
7,006
786

91 641
10,466
7013
107,499
45,373
5,289
614

18 341
2,297
1,474
33,071
25,590
1,717
171

31 733
3,617
2,422
34,371
2,883
94
408

1 344 353 1 141 098
136,084
156,067
57,444
66,486
762 587
648 430
955,294
786,566
265 676
224,430
165,465
153,003
20,371
19,267

862 452
98,846
43 594
491 598
609,359
171 643
112,007
10,083

278,646
37,238
13,850
156 831
177,207
52,787
40,996
9,185

203 254
19,982
9,042
114 157
168,728
41,246
12,462
1,103

1 051

879

172

638

1 689

12,032
2,459
1 300
1,160
375
5,253

755
765

59

Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over—Domestic offices1—Continued
D. December 31, 1982
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Member banks
Item

Insured
Total

State

Nonmember
insured

1,432,311

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

National

...

12 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables
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

1,219,401

919,718

299,683

212,910

167,599
14,527
24,315
191
18,882

145,374
12,468
23,193
191
12,861

105,836
9,721
16,544
134
10,301

39,538
2,747
6,649
57
2,560

22,225
2,058
1,122
*
6,021

44,486
13,886
264
30,336
65,199

34,432
9,796
146
24,489
62,228

26,474
7,801
104
18,570
42,661

7,958
1,996
43
5,919
19,568

10,053
4,089
117
5,847
2,971

1,113,680

935,279

711,928

223,351

178,401

247,881
75,841
40,157
108,423
23,460
4,719
1,753
16,988

195,910
58,744
28,975
86,971
21,219
2,891
1,569
16,760

148,184
44,528
24,092
65,692
13,872
2,174
1,185
10,513

47,726
14,216
4,883
21,279
7,347
111
384
6,246

51,971
17,096
11,182
21,452
2,241
1,828
185
228

73,220

62,089

47,702

14,387

11,131

22 Total loans gross
23 LESS* Unearned income on loans
24
Allowance for possible loan loss
25 EQUALS' Loans net

802,041
12,134
10,623
779,284

683,825
9,374
9,275
665,176

521,129
7,102
7,009
507,018

162,696
2,271
2,267
158,158

118,216
2,760
1,348
114,108

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 nonfarrn nonresidential properties

220,956
46,602
2,251
119,087
112,847
6,426
106,422
6,240
338
5,902
53,016

178,287
39,610
1,664
96,236
91,258
5,659
85,600
4,977
236
4,741
40,778

146,738
31,066
1,489
80,629
76,558
4,663
71,895
4,071
127
3,944
33,553

31,549
8,544
175
15,606
14,700
996
13,705
906
109
797
7,224

42,669
6,992
588
22,852
21,589
767
20,822
1,263
102
1,161
12,238

68,732
5,391
14,698
23,196
11,701
13,745

64,100
5,139
11,631
22,604
11,406
13,320

40,459
3,855
8,381
12,621
7,244
8,357

23,641
1,283
3,250
9,983
4,162
4,963

4,633
253
3,067
592
295
425

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

13,041
8,610
4,432
11,627
321,589

12,451
8,396
4,055
10,264
280,755

7,139
4,110
3,029
9,381
208,435

5,311
4,285
1,026
883
72,320

591
214
377
1,363
40,833

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

136,705
111,523
37,751
34,658
29,166
5,492
6,564
32,548
7,310
7,443
17,795
25,183
29,390

110,726
90,234
28,719
31,507
26,757
4,750
5,260
24,748
5,871
5,325
13,552
20,492
27,241

90,713
74,617
23,602
26,042
22,295
3,747
4,828
20,144
4,832
4,340
10,972
16,097
18,263

20,013
15,617
5,117
5,465
4,462
1,003
432
4,604
1,039
985
2,581
4,395
8,978

25,979
21,289
9,033
3,152
2,409
743
1,305
7,800
1,439
2,118
4,242
4,691
2,149

61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

13,296
23,696
3,087
124,248
494
47,178
42,361
34,215

12,105
19,377
2,507
116,863
387
46,476
40,314
29,687

9,025
15,581
2,042
84,330
358
31,732
31,798
20,443

3,080
3,796
465
32,533
29
14,744
8,516
9,244

1,192
4,319
579
7,385
106
703
2,047
4,529

21 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell

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

60

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




18.-D. Continued
JMember bank s
Item

Nonmember
insured

Insured
Total

69 Total liabilities and equity capital2

National

State

1,432,311
1,334,128

1,219,401
1,136,621

919,718

299,683

212,910

70 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt

857,329

279,292

197 508

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, travelers checks, and letters of credit sold for cash
80 Demand deposits
8 1 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, travelers checks, and letters of credit sold for cash

1,018,084
869,724
2,283
56 313
77,058
8 038
50 383
18 636
12,705
290 169
1,314
226,195
1 322
10,314
38,318
1 001
30,921
6 396
12,705

839,251
710 938
1,920
42 444
73,127
7 813
47 353
17,960
10,821
248 121
1,162
189,833
1 096
8,483
36,726
957
29,603
6 167
10,821

648,346
557 336
1 644
35 071
47 709
4 174
33 715
9 820
6,585
182 308
608
141,819
898
6 805
25,593
661
22093
2 839
6,585

178 833
158 785

515 972

422,954
147
353,504
775
32,194
36,336
6 827
17,716
1 1 ,793
168,176
(4)
166 291
155,620
10,671
49
1,768
65
30
35
*

328,675
96
278 991
698
26 838
22,054
3 483
11 590
6,981
137 363
3
135 821
126 990
8,831
48
1,429
62
30
32
*

190,905
153 602
276
7 373
25 418
3 639
13 638
8 140
4,236
65 813
554
48,014
198
1,678
11,133
296
7510
3 328
4,236
94,279
51
74 513
77
5 356
14,282
3 343
6,126
4,812
30 813
*
30 470
28 630
1,840
1
339
3
1
2
*

170,773

159,724

114,010

45,714

11,049

37,245
14,241
23 003
2,319
105 708
51 599
22,059
32 050
6,230
91,953

35,036
13,183
21,853
1,911
100,699
50,895
21,109
28,695
5,151
77,629

22,741
10,063
12 679
1,619
70612
36098
13,961
20,553
3,423
58,967

12,295
3,120
9 174
292
30087
14 797
7,148
8,142
1,728
18,662

2,209
1,059
1 150
408
5 009
704
950
3 355
1,078
14,324

285 553
242,791
42 762
53,365

244,179
204,205
39,973
42,356

180,164
154,252
25,912
34,427

64,015
49,953
14,061
7,929

41 374
38,585
2,789
11,009

133,518
5 710
12,386
192,726

103,969
4,503
9,729
155,193

86,674
3 708
7,928
116,656

17,295
795
1,801
38,538

82 320
7,907
1 315

79 208
7,818
842

49 646
5,580
655

29 562
2,238
187

29,549
1 208
2,657
37 532
3 112
89
473

1,387,928
164 419
69,806
777,983
987,611
253,206
173 204
21,429
1 679

1,180,262
143,588
60,125
663,173
813,806
213,677
161,707
20,246
1,047

889,284
105,014
44,905
503,011
628,125
161,782
117,106
11,463
875

290,978
38,574
15,220
160,162
185,682
51,895
44,601
8,784

9 0 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
...
....
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 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
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

169
432 549

903

....

(4)

209 493
195 090
14,403

59
...

....

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 deposits (a) in minimum denominations of $10,000 but less
than $100,000 with original maturities of 26 weeks, and (b) in minimum
denominations of $7,500 but less than $100,000 with original maturities of 91
days
.
...
126 All savers certificates
127 Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
128 Demand deposits adjusted^
129 Total standby letters of credit
130 Conveyed to others through participations (included in standby letters of credit) .
131 Holdings of commercial paper included in total gross loans
...
Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date
132 Total assets
.
...
133 Cash and due from depository institutions
134 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell
135 Total loans
136 Total deposits
137 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or more in domestic offices
138 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase
139 Other liabilities for borrowed money




2 307

80
31
49
*

120 Total equity capital

140 Number of banks

43 693
38,660
7 007
19,413
12,240
211 943

172

363
13 869
3 931

225

3 030

676
1,884
42048
153
36 362
226
1 831
1 592
44
1 318
229
1,884
93 018

22
79046
128
11 499
2 324
180
1 697
447
43 767
*
43 202
39 471
3,732
10
540
15
I
14
#

207,665
20 831
9,681
114,810
173,805
39,529
11,497
1,183
632

61

19. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities—Domestic offices1
A. March 31, 1982
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
JMember bank s

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 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
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Federal funds sold and securities purchased under
Total loans gross
LESS: Unearned income on loans
Allowance for possible loan loss
EQUALS* Loans net . . . .
...
....
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

..
..
...

agreements to resell . . . .
.
...
...

.

....

....

.

....

..

....

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
Loans to individuals for household, family, and other personal expenditures
Installment loans
Passenger automobiles
.
Credit cards and related plans
Mobile homes
All other installment loans for household, family, and other personal
expenditures
37 Single-payment loans
38 All other loans

27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

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



National

NonState

insured

1,680,083
181 804
18 806
26 797
259
29994

1,249,220
145 938
14,009
25 909
259
16,177

960,370
108 291
11,163
19 513
221
13,055

288,850
37 647
2,846
6 396
38
3,122

430,864

43 573
62 376

30,602
58,982

23 579
40,760

7,023
18,222

12 971
3,394

1,358,816
344 880
103,796
70,415
150 740
19,930

984,930

762,607

222,323

226,805
64,259
41,084
104,209
17,253

175,516
49,395
33,667
80904
1 1 ,550

51,288
14,863
7,417
23,305
5,703

373,885
1 1 8 076
39,537
29,330
46 531
2,677

87 581
943 862
19,157
11 459
913 247

62,226
705,393
12,326
9042
684,025

48,196
546 480
9 *>28
6 825
530 127

14,030
158,913
2,798
2 217
153,898

25,355
238 470
6,831
2 417
229 222

286 675
46329
8 326
163 376
156,223
7 153
68,644

199 644
36,463
3 632
113,992
108,795
5,197
45,557

164 100
28,559
3037
95,022
90,859
4 163
37,482

35 544
7,904
595
18,969
17,936
1,033
8,075

87 032
9,866
4 695
49 385
47,429
1 956
23,087

61,387
10 298
33,308
343 441
181 788
145 544
57 855
31 688
9 932

55,129
9,325
17,881
275 280
125,036
101,274
36,780
27,937
6,780

35,050
5 400
15,534
208 570
102 433
83,535
30 293
22,910
6 089

20,079
3,924
2,347
66 711
22,603
17,739
6,487
5,026
691

6,258
974
15,427
68 161
56 752
44,270
21 075
3,751
3 152

46070
36,244
26 964

29 777
23,762
23,098

24243
18,898
15 393

5 535
4,864
7 705

16 293
12,482
3 866

13 107

11,875

8 768

3 107

1 233

29 820
2,816
106,827

20,925
1,903
95,524

17 061
1,547
70,863

3 864
355
24,661

8 895
914
11,303

35 866
4 796
888

o

13,817

19. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities—Domestic offices1—Continued
A. March 31, 1982—Continued
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Member banks
Item

Total
43 Total liabilities and equity capital2
44 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt

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 All other liabilities

288,850

430,864

889,666

267,807

395,650

886,734
762,477
2,370
52,590
59,438

697,452
606,624
1,934
43,222
39,277

189,282
155,853
437
9,368
20,162

368,359
329,515
790
31,555
3,321

13,036

9,858

6,396

3,462

3,178

252,813
198,970
1,791
10,052
32,141

189,881
151,799
1,432
8,136
22,118

62,932
47,172
359
1,915
10,023

82,082
72,200
588
4,598
1,518

13,036
...

960,370

1,157,473

334,895
271,170
2,379
14,650
33,659

.

1,249,220

1,255,093
1,091,922
3,160
84,145
62,759

57 Time deposits
..
58 Other individuals, partnerships, and corporations
59 U S government
60 States and political subdivisions in United States . . .
61 All other

9,858

6,396

3,462

3,178

692,697
596,799
715
66,134
29,049

481,999
413,567
525
40,641
27,266

383,792
332,598
450
33,614
17,130

98,207
80,969
75
7,027
10,137

210,698
183,232
191
25,493
1,783

227,501
8,107
215,916
66
3,362
51

151,922
5,022
144,918
55
1,897
31

123,780
4,089
118,138
52
1,472
29

28,143
933
2(5,780
3
426
2

75,579
3,085
70,998
11
1,464
20

166,930

150,951

112,898

38,053

15,979

31,357
2,563
97,180

29,046
1,928
88,814

17,093
1,619
60,603

11,953
309
28,211

2,312
635
8,366

6,166

73 Total equity capital2
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 All savers certificates
..
80 Demand deposits adjusted^
.

Averages for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date
82 Total deposits
. . . .

4,567

3,259

1,308

1,549

120,844

72 Subordinated notes and debentures




Nonmember
insured

1,553,123

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, travelers checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash

83 Number of banks ^

National

1,680,083
..

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, travelers checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash

8 1 Standby letters of credit

State

Insured

87,179

67,445

19,734

33,665

318,801
287,252
31,549
68,460

249,040
221,485
27,555
45,405

191,277
172,140
19,137
37,690

57,763
49,345
8,419
7,715

69,761
63,768
3,993
23,055

229,000
20,991
243,973

142,886
13,989
167,177

119,344
11,283
129,002

23,542
2,706
38,175

86,113
7,002
76,796

62,461

58,838

38,499

20,339

3,623

1,265,431

900,088

686,971

213,116

365,343

14,402

5,492

4,468

1,024

8,910

63

19. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities—Domestic offices1—Continued
B. June 31, 1982
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
IMember bank s

Non-

ltt*m

Total
1 Total assets

.

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
27
28
29
30

..

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



296,584

440,827

111 773
11,885
14 545
79
13,639

37 643
3,032
4747
17
3,144

38 966
5,169
915

36,193
62,134

27 735
43,889

8 458
18,245

15 119
3,754

1,011,005

780,298

230,707

378,982

344,200
102,631
72,848
149,660
19061

224,729
62,983
42,058
103,519
16,168

174 452
48,582
34 358
80,253
11 259

50 277
14,402
7 700
23 266
4 910

119 470
39,647
30 790
46 140
2 892

84,128
,.

986,965

149,416
14,918
19,292
96
16,783

1,389,987

15 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell

1,283,549

51,312
65,888

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

...

insured

188,382
20,086
20,207
96
30,792

9 Total securities, loans, and lease financing receivables

,

State

1,724,376

.

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

16 Total loans gross .
17 LESS: Unearned income on loans
18
Allowance for possible loan loss
19 EQUALS: Loans, net

National

61,400

48,018

13,382

22,728

979,804
19,336
12,065
948,403

735,006
12,494
9,617
712,894

565,932
9,651
7 342
548,939

169 074
2,844
2275
163,956

244 798
6,842
2 448
235,508

291,277
48 553
8,455
164 556
157,387
7 169
69,713

203,166
38,334
3,702
114,856
109,693
5,164
46,274

166,846
30066
3,091
95 592
91,444
4 148
38096

36,320
8 267
611
19 264
18,249
1 016
8 178

88,111
10 219
4,754
49 700
47 694
2 005
23 439

66,554
11,251
35 783
361,161

59,332
10,317
19,159
290,294

37 146
6,193
16 676
217 963

22 185
4 124
2483
72331

7 222
934
16 624
70867

184,685
147 199
57,867
32,618
9,983

127,557
102 829
36,933
28,872
6,832

104 564
84 862
30 384
23,753
6 142

22 993
17 968
6549
5,119
690

57 128
44 369
20 934
3,746
3 151

46 731
37,487
29 093

30,192
24,727
25,182

24 582
19,702
16 544

5 610
5,025
8 637

16 539
12 759
3 912

13 257

11 982

8 889

3 092

1 275

30,604
3,277
112,125

21,534
2,247
99,347

17,533
1,787
75,574

4,001
460
23,773

9,071
1,030
12 778

o

14,009

19. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities—Domestic offices1—Continued
B. June 30, 1982—Continued
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
IMember bank s

total

National

NonState

insured

43 Total liabilities and equity capital2

1,724,376

1,283,549

986,965

296,584

440,827

44 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt

1,594,880

1,190,122

915,083

275,039

404,758

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, travelers checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash

1,292,231
1,121,689
5,129
84,032
67,284

916,426
785,483
4,123
52,741
63,408

720,651
625,182
3,185
43,552
41,850

195 775
160 301
938
9 189
21 558

375 806
336 206
1 005
31 291
3 875

14,098

10,670

6,881

3 788

3 428

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, travelers checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash
57 Time deposits
58 Other individuals partnerships and corporations
59 U S government
60 States and political subdivisions in United States
61 All other

341,719
271,734
4,169
15,914
35,803

259,028
199,860
3,364
10,997
34,136

194,311
153 044
2,560
8,893
22,933

64 717
46 816
804
2 105
11 204

82 691
71 874
806
4917
1 667

14,098
724,253
627,673
892
64,262
31,425

10,670
506,225
436,807
704
39,480
29,234

6,881
403,593
351,243
571
32,896
18,882

3 788
102,632
85 563
133
6 584
10 352

3 428
218 028
190 867
188
24 782
2 192

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

226,259
7 928
214,354
67
3,856
55

151,173
4 921
143,895
55
2,264
38

122,748
3,990
1 16,905
54
1,763
36

28425
931
26 990
1
501
2

75 086
3 007
70459
11
1 592
17

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

161,941

145,491

111,897

33,593

16,450

30,742
2,601
107,365

27,930
1,945
98,330

14,651
1,630
66,253

13,279
316
32,077

2,812
655
9,035

6,194

4,721

3,267

1,453

1,474

123,302

88,706

68,615

20,091

34,595

335,477
298,534
36,943
68,148

263,529
230,675
32,854
45,065

202,730
180,640
22,090
37,292

60 799
50,035
10,764
7,773

71 948
67,858
4,089
23,083

236,794
22,365
13,904
244,917

147,998
14,865
9,241
168,155

123,524
12,175
7,648
128,875

24,474
2,690
1,593
39,281

88,796
7,500
4,662
76,762

67,836

64,021

41,733

22,288

3,815

1,277,587

902,804

711,536

191,267

374,783

14,414

5,539

4,507

1,032

8,875

...

72 Subordinated notes and debentures .
2

73 Total equity capital
74
75
76
77
78

79
80
81

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 deposits (a) in minimum denominations of $10,000 but
less than $100,000 with original maturities of 26 weeks, and (b) in
minimum denominations of $7,500 but less than $100,000 with
original maturities of 91 days
All savers certificates
Total Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA) and Keogh Plan accounts
Demand deposits adjusted3

82 Standby letters of credit
Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date
83 Total deposits
.
84 Number of banks




. ..

65

19. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities—Domestic offices1—Continued
C. September 30, 1982
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Member banks
Total

National

State

Nonmember
insured

1,772,631

1,327,582

1,016,405

311,177

445,049

192,043
19,166
21,227
178
31,550

151,691
14,129
19,982
178
17,191

113,311
11,269
16,074
143
14,039

38,380
2,860
3,908
35
3,152

40,353
5,038
1,245
*
14,358

55,087
64,839

39,144
61,072

29,487
42,300

9,657
18,771

15,944
3,767

1,424,699

1,043,003

802,516

240,487

381,696

349,354
105,967
74,135
149,513
19,738

229,226
66,693
42,671
103,062
16,800

177,686
50,613
35,371
80,221
11,481

51,539
16,080
7,300
22,841
5,319

120,128
39,275
31,464
46,451
2,938

90,026

68,591

51,771

16,820

21,435

1,003,625
19,229
12,345
972,057

755,586
12,507
9,864
733,215

581,336
9,695
7,508
564,133

174,250
2,812
2,356
169,082

248,039
6,722
2,481
238,842

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

295,256
50,874
8,514
165,133
157,784
7,349
70,735

206,717
40,304
3,780
115,432
110,121
5,311
47,201

169,773
31,537
3,174
96,124
91,794
4,329
38,939

36,944
8,767
606
19,308
18,327
982
8,262

88,539
10,570
4,734
49,701
47,663
2,037
23,534

27
28
29
30

68,392
12,446
37,015
372,119

61,050
11,497
19,829
299,473

38,804
6,668
17,166
224,290

22,246
4,829
2,664
75,183

7,341
949
17,186
72,646

187,952
149,734
58,541
34,017
9,952

130,597
105,350
37,519
30,272
6,815

107,194
87,076
30,883
24,923
6,135

23,403
18,275
6,636
5,349
680

57,355
44,384
21,022
3,745
3,137

47,224
38,218
30,453

30,744
25,246
26,423

25,135
20,118
17,442

5,609
5,128
8,982

16,480
12,972
4,029

13,262

11,972

8,925

3,046

1,291

31,340
3,759
120,785

22,176
2,546
108,161

17,994
2,078
80,506

4,183
468
27,655

9,163
1,213
12,624

Insured

Item
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
16 Total loans, gross
17 LESS' Unearned income on loans
18
Allowance for possible loan loss
19 EQUALS' Loans net

....

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

66




,

19. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities—Domestic offices1—Continued
C. September 30, 1982—Continued
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
1Vlember bank s

Non-

Total

National

State

insured

43 Total liabilities and equity capital2

1,772,631

1,327,582

1,016,405

311,177

445,049

44 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt

1,639,861

1,231,582

942,745

288,836

408,279

1,321,466
1,147,286
3,149
85,168
71 132

942,470
807,917
2,403
53,641
67 163

739 721
642,613
1 935
44,1121
43 710

202 749
165,304
469
9,519
23 453

378 996
339,369
746
31 528
3 969

14,731

11,347

7,343

4,004

3,385

337,818
271 521
2,178
14,639
34,750

257,387
201 086
1,619
10,155
33,183

193 946
154 385
1 265
8,222
22 732

63,441
46 702
353
1,933
10 451

80 431
70 435
560
4,485
1 567

14 731

11 347

7 343

4 004

3 385

752 641
648,344
905
67,062
36,330

530 155
453,991
731
41,486
33,947

419 698
363 836
615
34 300
20,948

110458
90,155
116
7,187
12,999

222 486
194,353
174
25,575
2,383

231,007
8,090
219,331
68
3,467
52

154,928
5,021
147,819
56
1,999
33

126,077
4068
120,324
55
1,600
30

28,851
953
27,494
1
400
3

76,080
3 069
71,512
12
1,467
19

169,681

153,313

109,716

43,597

16,367

38 706
2,658
107,349

35 508
2,028
98,261

22 404
1 702
69,202

13 105
327
29,059

3 197
630
9,088

45 Total deposits
..
.
..
46 Individuals partnerships and corporations
47 U S government
48 States and political subdivisions in United States
49 AH other
50 Certified and officers' checks, travelers checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash ,
•

...

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, travelers checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash
57 Time deposits
58 Other individuals partnerships and corporations
59 U S government
60 States and political subdivisions in United States
61 All other

...

...,
...

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 All other liabilities

6413

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 deposits (a) in minimum denominations of $10,000 but
less than $100,000 with original maturities of 26 weeks, and (b) in
minimum denominations of $7,500 but less than $100,000 with original
maturities of 91 days
79 All savers certificates
80 Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
81 Demand deposits adjusted3
82 Standby letters of credit

.

...

..

..

..

Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date
83 Total deposits
.
..
. . . .
84 Number of banks




...

4 983

3 301

1,682

1 430

126,358

72 Subordinated notes and debentures

91,017

70,358

20,659

35,340

350,613
309,354
41,259
72,665

277,708
240,820
36,887
48,186

210,541
185 780
24,762
40019

67,166
55,040
12,126
8,167

72,906
68,534
4,371
24,479

237 696
23,591
15,728
244,026

149,246
15,778
10,431
169,261

124517
12,986
8,659
131,940

24,729
2,793
1,772
37,321

88,450
7,813
5,297
74,764

75,608

71,654

45,967

25,687

3,954

1,312,903

934,473

733,559

200,914

378,430

14,445

5,584

4,555

1,029

8,861

67

19. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities—Domestic offices1—Continued
D. December 31, 1982
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
Member banks
Insured

Item

Total

| National

State

Nonmember
insured

1,861,054

1,398,775

1,070,005

328,771

462,278

207,327
19,570
26,652
191
34,822

163,532
14,740
25,161
191
18,328

121,149
11,619
18,192
134
14,984

42,383
3,121
6,969
57
3,344

43,795
4,830
1,491
*
16,494

57,911
68,181

41,057
64,055

32,080
44,139

8,977
19,916

16,855
4,125

1,484,070

1,088,782

840,428

248,354

395,288

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

373,500
117,773
76,228
154,188
25,310

247,928
76,127
43,503
106,228
22,071

191,764
58,820
36,177
82,194
14,573

56,164
17,306
7,326
24,034
7,498

125,571
41,647
32,725
47,960
3,239

15 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell

102,810

75,127

58,539

16,588

27,683

1,025,406
18,514
12,859
994,033

775,756
12,103
10,240
753,412

598,111
9,377
7,828
580,906

177,645
2,726
2,412
172,507

249,650
6,411
2,618
240,621

298,165
52,222
8,361
165,460
157,845
7r615
72,122

209,663
41,595
3,719
115,952
110,451
5,502
48,396

172,626
32,826
3,117
96,745
92,233
4,513
39,937

37,036
8,769
601
19,207
18,218
989
8,459

88,503
10,626
4,642
49,508
47,394
2,114
23,726

73,296
13,701
36,127
379,419

66,112
12,717
19,496
304,643

42,227
7,367
16,975
228,912

23,886
5,350
2,521
75,730

7,184
984
16,631
74,776

191,600
151,928
58,228
36,697
9,763

134,304
107,902
37,465
32,846
6,693

110,451
89,410
30,924
27,152
6,028

23,853
18,492
6,541
5,693
664

57,296
44,026
20,762
3,851
3,070

47,240
39,672
33,097

30,898
26,402
28,821

25,305
21,041
19,552

5,593
5,361
9,269

16,343
13,270
4,276

13,727

12,314

9,219

3,095

1,413

32,303
4,280
133,074

22,972
2,959
120,531

18,609
2,406
87,412

4,363
553
33,119

9,331
1,321
12,543

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

16 Total loans gross
17 LESS* Unearned income on loans
18
Allowance for possible loan loss
19 EQUALS* Loans net
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
27
28
29
30

..

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 households, family, and other personal expenditures . . . .
32
Installment loans
. .
33
Passenger automobiles
34
Credit cards and related plans
35
Mobile homes4
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 All other assets

68



19. Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities—Domestic offices1—Continued
D. December 31, 1982
Millions of dollars, except for number of banks
JMember bank s

Item

Non-

Total

National

State

insured

43 Total liabilities and equity capital2

1,861,054

1,398,775

1,070,005

328,771

462,278

44 Total liabilities excluding subordinated debt

1,725,928

1,300,562

994,684

305,878

425,366

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, travelers checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash

1,393,595
1 209 567
3,004
86428
78,422

995,129
852,609
2,224
54,146
73,862

779,120
676 195
1,910
44 948
48,258

216,010
176413
313
9 198
25,604

398 465
356 959
780
32 282
4 560

16,174

12,289

7,808

4481

3 885

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, travelers checks, and letters of credit
sold for cash
....

369 856
297,248
1 877
15,543
39013

281,810
220,341
1,332
10,659
37,189

210 772
167,276
1 106
8,638
25 945

71 038
53,065
226
2,021
11 244

88 046
76907
545
4 884
1 824

16,174

12,289

7,808

4,481

3,885

57 Time deposits
58 Other individuals partnerships and corporations
59 U S government
60 States and political subdivisions in United States . . .
61 All other

720 147
613,895
1 051
65,912
39 290

505,945
427,847
838
40,668
36 593

398 199
341,190
752
34,018
22 239

107,747
86,656
86
6,650
14 354

214 202
186,048
213
25,244
2 698

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

303,592
18,044
280 381
76
4972
119
178,893

207,375
12,129
192 292
54
2 819
80
164,232

170,149
10,029
157 701
52
2 292
75
117,674

37,225
2,100
34 592
2
527
5
46,558

96,217
5 915
88 089
21
2 154
38
14,661

38,866
2,739
111,836

35,872
2,064
103,265

23,352
1,745
72,794

12,520
319
30,472

2,994
675
8,571

6,787

5,388

3,632

1,755

1,399

128,338

92,825

71,689

21,137

35,513

333,220
287 067
46,153
83 075

263,193
221,850
41,344
54,921

196,511
169 388
27,124
45 101

66,682
52,462
14,220
9 821

70,027
65 218
4,809
28 154

226 266
8,498
17 732
268,185

141,884
5,639
11,896
186,358

118 369
4,651
9,757
143,084

23,515
988
2,139
43,275

84 381
2,860
5,837
81,826

84 223

79,978

50,302

29,676

4 246

1,356,060

966,409

756,145

210,263

389,651

14,435

5,618

4,579

1,039

8,817

72 Subordinated notes and debentures
2

73 Total equity capital
74
75
76
77
78

79
80
81

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 deposits (a) in minimum denominations of $10,000 but
less than $100,000 with original maturities of 26 weeks, and (b) in
minimum denominations of $7,500 but less than $100,000 with
original maturities of 91 days
AH savers certificates
Total individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh plan accounts
Demand deposits adjusted*'

82 Standby letters of credit
Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date
83 Total deposits
84 Number of banks




....

69

20. All large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1982l
A. Assets and liabilities
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

Jan. 6

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

53,600
7 230
35,566

Jan. 13

48,082
6853
35,090

Jan. 20

49,251
7 065
40,636

Jan. 27

44,111
6773
37,002

Feb. 3

48,230
6,868
40,816

Feb. 10 Feb. 17

43,508
6472
34,063

60,637
9 131
37,434

Feb. 24
44 974
6671
31 099

Mar. 3

50,417
6 594
36 711

612,093 606,674 604,298 600,365 610,414 603,637 606,928 607,514 610,839

...

37,325
6 604
30 721
9,797
17 868
3,056
81 299
4,677
76 622
16 515
57,201
8 171
49,030
2,907

37,376
6 664
30712
9,750
17 921
3,042
79 974
3,589
76 385
16 539
56,973
7 881
49,091
2,873

37,577
6 599
30978
10,064
17 873
3,041
79 272
3,090
76 182
16,383
56,947
7 904
49,042
2,852

37,977
6 854
31,122
10,239
17,836
3,047
79 295
3,088
76 207
16,302
57,086
8,006
49,080
2,818

38,090
7,304
30,785
10,297
17,462
3,026
80,419
4,568
75,850
16,247
56,782
7,843
48,939
2,821

37,606
6 789
30 817
10,370
17413
3,034
79 333
3,266
76 068
16,287
56,972
7 901
49,070
2,809

38,417
7 606
30,810
10,167
17,720
2,923
79,095
3,101
75,994
16,306
56,887
7,750
49,137
2,801

37 645
6 802
30 843
10 325
17 658
2 860
79 151
3 128
76 023
16 189
57,032
7 860
49,172
2,803

38 374
7 628
30 747
10,675
17 580
2,492
79 227
3,200
76027
16 174
57,050
7 967
49,083
2,803

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 . .

38 127
26,958
8,274
2,894
467 788
195 899
3,989
191,910
185 169
6,740
125 618
73,724

37 153
25,740
8,503
2,910
464 691
194 665
4,130
190,536
184 074
6,462
125 718
73,561

36 718
26,247
7,705
2,766
463 210
194 893
3,628
191,265
184 913
6,352
125 897
73,312

32 601
22,285
7,434
2,882
463 039
195 755
3,984
191,771
185 467
6,304
126 019
73,167

37 362
26,818
7,705
2,839
467 179
198 052
3,959
194,093
187 782
6,311
126 126
72,934

34 520
24,247
7,578
2,695
464 859
198 095
3,944
194,151
187 768
6,383
126 246
72,606

33 627
23,901
6,949
2,777
468,475
199 168
4,102
195,065
188 748
6,317
126 471
72,552

35 620
24496
8,035
3090
467 802
199 037
4,351
194 686
188 274
6 412
126 671
72,335

37 516
26,802
8,012
2,702
468 441
198 918
3,966
194,952
188 532
6420
126 810
72,126

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
6 0 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

188,424
762
142,202
5 120
2,974
21,226
7 676
1,154
7,309
363 018
80 813
77,162
3,041
582
28
282 206
247 740
19,686
235
9 753
4,792

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

70




.

7,332
7,511
7,408
7,109
7,487
7,207
7,607
7,079
6,646
7 769
7 371
7 517
7 377
7 379
7 073
8 028
8 000
8 056
10,484 10,254 10,785
10,398 10,186 10,325 10,503 11,200 10,691
15 932 16059 15 843 15 502 15 587 15 897 16 245 15 964 16001
5,248
6912
5 462
5 662
6 017
7 202
6 780
4,883
6 455
2,664
2,700
2,677
2,651
2,658
2,741
2,707
2677
2,667
5 870
5,717
5 773
5,765
5 818
5,770
5 728
5 781
5 776
14 910 14094 13 944 13 761 13 944 13 229 14 976 13 656 14 014
5,924
5,873
5,903
5,936
5 932
5,921
5,866
5,898
5,857
6 757
6 611
6 736
6 616
6 765
6 574
6 614
6 773
6 863
455,342 452,171 450,730 450,492 454,544 452,178 455,789 455 096 455 721
11 029 11 107 11 097 11 074 11 109
11 009 11 000 10 962 11 021
108 321 107 454 104 003 102 983 105 839 107 514 102 990 104 178 109 691
827,819 815,153 816,215 802,255 823,197 806,302 828,217 805,509 825,361
173,827
619
134,585
4 924
1,199
18,068
7 255
1,128
6,048
364 230
80 299
76 663
3,000
614
21
283 931
249 502
19,897
246
9 455
4,831

171,859
579
129,634
4 523
3,585
18,278
7 701
1,334
6,223
363 890
79 706
76 125
2,939
610
31
284 184
249 859
19,891
266
9478
4,690

162,012
570
123,274
4 740
2,203
17,084
7,232
1,052
5,856
365 615
78 157
74,613
2,923
593
28
287 458
252 627
20,304
281
9 632
4,612

170,630
692
127,407
5 270
3,538
19,263
6 731
1,464
6,264
367 193
79 293
75,771
2,893
606
23
287 900
252 410
20,419
290
10 233
4,547

159,310
573
120,091
4479
2,070
17,631
6 601
1,194
6,671
366 816
78 664
75 153
2,886
603
22
288 152
252 281
20,775
299
10 311
4,486

181,903
683
133,877
5 604
1,916
24,851
7,338
1,110
6,523
363,745
78 769
75,207
2,857
683
22
284 976
249 289
20,526
296
10430
4,435

161 125 169 273

520
121,147
4665
2,457
17,195
7 296
1,152
6692
369 159
77 764
74 276
2,853
615
20
291 395
254 295
21 314
310
11 061
4,414

690
125,658
4492
3,331
19,762
7 396
967
6,977
370 510
79 314
75,877
2,859
554
24
291 196
253 938
21,308
338
11 050
4,562

4 038
2 553
1 283
889
1 671
3 112
321
518
3 783
7 085 10 742 11 966 11 955 11 957 12 780 11 932 10 454
3 913
146,354 142,208 141,851 133,096 146,283 141 173 144,496 134 836 145 265
69,655 70,486 70,226 70,686 70,908 70,470 69,914 73,366 70,739
773,035 760,388 761,679 747,414 767,859 751,009 773,356 750 739 770,024
54 784

54 765

54 536

54,841

55 338

55 293

54,860

54 770

55 337

20. All large weekly reporting commercial banks, 19821—Continued
A. Assets and liabilities—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account
1 Cash items in process of collection
2 Demand deposits due from banks in United States
3 AM other cash and due from depository institutions
4 Total loans and securities

Mar. 10 Mar. 17 Mar. 24 Mar. 31

45,466
5,998
33,595

48,865 43,260 51,005
7,190 6,204 6,817
34,533 34,145 33,384

Apr. 7

46,619
6,652
30,692

Apr. 14 Apr. 21 Apr.

50,406
6,568
32,946

47,516
6,443
34,888

44,818
6,398
33,212

May5

48,204
6,360
32,578

615,426 607,997 603,551 611,629 620,892 617,178 613,943 610,031 622,931

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 . .

37,313
6,656
30,657
10,655
17,548
2,454
81,024
4,758
76,266
16,223
57,229
8,090
49,139
2,814

37,459
6,859
30,600
10,612
17,598
2,390
79,773
3,488
76,284
16,201
57,218
8,004
49,214
2,866

37,588
6,922
30,666
10,850
17,490
2,326
79,574
3,146
76,427
16,196
57,327
8,065
49,261
2,905

38,568
8,221
30,347
10,536
17,583
2,228
79,427
3,088
76,340
16,184
57,278
8,050
49,228
2,878

41,350
10,154
31,196
11,160
17,636
2,400
80,176
4,326
75,850
15,967
56,996
7,796
49,200
2,886

4,6
006
9,099
30,966
10,925
17,654
2,388
79,326
3,590
75,736
15,885
56,959
7,794
49,164
2,893

39,450
9,458
29,992
10,445
17,293
2,254
79,154
3,468
75,685
15,859
56,902
7,841
49,062
2,923

36,882
7,451
29,431
10,064
17,235
2,132
78,679
2,824
75,854
15,950
56,962
7,828
49,134
2,943

38,040
8,110
29,930
10,022
17,753
2,155
80,817
5,300
75,517
15,915
56,696
7,768
48,928
2,906

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

42,728
28,949
9,328
4,452
467,152
199,104
4,101
195,002
188,508
6,494
127,019
71,954

35,708
25,644
7,606
2,458
467,880
199,901
4,144
195,757
189,181
6,576
127,230
71,768

31,900
21,530
7,986
2,384
467,192
199,942
3,937
196,006
189,441
6,565
127,263
71,461

33,994
23,391
8,297
2,305
472,222
202,799
4,528
198,271
191,622
6,649
127,272
71,700

37,673
26,174
8,804
2,694
474,312
204,466
4,751
199,715
193,067
6,648
127,322
71,590

36,914
26,281
7,975
2,659
473,501
203,881
4,784
199,097
192,569
6,528
127,753
71,654

34,698
22,766
9,374
2,558
473,323
204,924
4,144
200,780
194,170
6,610
128,080
71,939

33,190
21,758
8,628
2,803
473,958
204,721
4,413
200,308
193,617
6,691
128,364
72,020

38,946
27,619
8,403
2,925
477,846
207,907
446
,4
203,462
196,811
6,650
128,332
72,010

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
Individuals and nonprofit organizations
56
Partnerships and corporations operated for profit . .
57
Domestic governmental units
58
All other
59
60 Time
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . . . . . .
61
States and political subdivisions
62
U.S. government
63
64
Commercial banks in United States
Foreign governments, official institutions, and banks .
65
Other liabilities for borrowed money
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
66
67
Treasury tax and loan notes
All other liabilities for borrowed money4
68
69 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures
70 Total liabilities

162,961
557
124,016
4,518
1,868
17,590
7,036
1,360
6,015
370,377
79,308
75,911
2,874
501
23
291,069
253,799
21,379
360
10,920
4,610

71 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities) 5




6,323
6,838
6,874
7,051
6,400
6,463
6,419
6,320
6,138
7,216
7,015
7,041
7,457
7,549
7,470
7,398
7,113
6,730
10,562 11,532 11,355 11,779 11,446 11,605 11,090 11,743 11,292
15,834 15,909 15,989 16,226 16,412 16,298 16,271 16,376 16,412
5,131
5,193
5,646
5,218
5,902
6,781
4,898
5,578
5,255
2,573
2,582
2,575
2,660
2,563
2,545
2,592
2,585
2,592
5,865
5,941
5,834
5,934
5,827
6,015
5,931
6,002
6,030
14,039 13,878 13,741 14,855 13,896 14,067 13,687 13,889 14,763
5,874
5,948
5,854
5,926
5,840
5,882
5,867
5,876
5,830
6,764
6,828
6,743
6,763
6,876
6,802
6,865
6,800
6,888
454,361 455,057 454,490 459,640 461,693 460,871 460,641 461,280 465,128
11,111 11,115 11,105 11,139 11,123 11,113 11,084 11,079 11,092
109,504 106,974 108,852 114,014 112,452 108,125 109,261 108,617 112,678
821,100 816,674 807,118 8 7 9 9 828,431 826,336 823,136 814,153 8 3 8 3
2,8
3,4
165,452
551
125,225
4,526
1,376
18,488
6,492
1,416
, 7,376
569,643
79,338
76,009
2,803
505
21
290,305
253,571
21,269
374
10,584
4,506

157,730
506
118,777
4,558
2,226
17,227
6,769
1,245
6,422
371,735
79,162
75,807
2,847
491
17
292,573
255,609
21,443
390
10,693
4,438

172,911
679
131,836
5,208
1,113
19,683
6,388
1,044
6,960
372,466
80,452
76,999
2,859
575
19
292,014
255,796
20,884
399
10,590
4,345

171,388
653
130,102
4,577
2,022
19,720
6,111
1,036
7,168
373,321
82,382
78,910
2,870
585
17
290,939
254,872
20,488
440
10,717
4,422

170,568
591
130,453
4,666
2,666
18,234
6,152
925
6,878
372,640
82,146
78,765
2,827
535
18
290,494
254,089
20,746
438
10,772
4,448

164,084 157,817
456
539
125,422 120,374
4,414
4,633
2,958
2,181
17,568 16,142
6,175
6,316
883
1,018
6,054
6,765
373,461 373,295
81,275 78,782
77,926 75,424
2,795
2,803
538.
539
16
16
292,186 294,513
255,546 257,446
20,919 21,289
562
544
10,809 10,885
4,330
4,368

166,399
583
123,921
5,379
3,576
18,514
6,768
1,085
6,573
374,187
79,923
76,540
2,803
564
16
294,263
257,440
21,206
560
10,677
4,380

694
2,693
1,421
3,664
1,037
1,575
4,408
2,135
356
9,682
9,076
8,482
2,782
8,080
2,489 12,034 12,432 12,125
150,420 145,298 140,610 142,082 151,683 150,421 143,755 138,449 151,893
70,856 71,204 71,529 75,504 72,090 70,943 72,258 72,510 73,160
765,788 761,710 751,980 7 2 4 4 7 2 8 0 770,725 7 7 7 8 758,910 778,120
7,6 7,4
6,2
55,312

54,965

55,138

55,525

55,591

55,611

55,408

55,243

55,723

71

20. AH large weekly reporting commercial banks, 19821—Continued
A. Assets and liabilities—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
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

May 12 May 19 May 26

45,415
6,168
35,185

45,222
6,369
35,120

44,455
6,486
31,409

June 2

59,318
8,338
36,033

June 9

42,730
6,670
33,332

June 16 June 23 June 30

49,311
7,266
32,834

43,040
6,456
33,784

July 7

53,362 52,886
7,161 8,426
28,166 33,964

615,560 611,955 614,357 622,671 620,014 621,217 613,957 624,335 624,432

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 . .

37,512
8,51«
28,993
9,635
17,209
2,149
79,133
3,611
75,522
15,946
56,621
7,674
48,947
2,955

37,261
8,195
29,066
9,257
17,493
2,316
79,024
3,456
75,567
16,007
56,553
7,658
48,895
3,008

36,279
7,076
29,203
9,424
17,467
2,312
80,889
4,770
76,119
15,812
57,226
8,246
48,979
3,082

36,821
7,767
29,054
9,588
16,930
2,535
80,514
4,816
75,697
15,781
56,929
8,104
48,825
2,987

37,941
8,266
29,674
9,980
17,159
2,535
81,069
5,290
75,779
15,716
56,960
8,152
48,808
3,102

37,129
7,683
29,446
10,060
16,928
2,458
79,253
3,708
75,545
15,605
56,870
8,099
48,771
3,070

36,703
7,301
29,402
10,059
16,967
2,375
78,789
3,226
75,563
15,537
56,998
8,249
48,749
3,028

36,941
7,852
29,088
9,934
16,893
2,261
78,264
2,870
75,393
15,562
56,636
7,715
48,922
3,195

36,770
7,640
29,130
10,177
16,586
2,367
79,067
4,028
75,039
15,641
56,363
7,751
48,612
3,034

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

34,780
24,335
7,517
2,928
476,909
207,497
4,398
203,099
196,316
6,783
128,535
71,691

31,750
21,998
7,163
2,588
476,721
207,554
4,934
202,620
195,880
6,740
128,733
71,700

31,639
21,221
7,657
2,760
478,363
208,318
5,123
203,194
196,355
6,839
128,787
71,703

35,424
25,541
7,108
2,775
482,761
209,013
5,313
203,700
196,817
6,883
128,931
72,126

31,919
21,760
7,363
2,795
482,010
209,544
4,916
204,628
197,660
6,968
129,032
72,099

35,647
25,367
7,445
2,836
482,139
209,444
4,902
204,543
197,654
6,889
129,302
72,235

31,571
20,340
8,443
2,788
479,795
208,460
3,903
204,557
197,606
6,951
129,566
72,355

36,515
25,086
8,399
3,030
485,722
212,198
4,135
208,062
200,821
7,241
129,614
72,477

35,782
25,408
7,295
3,079
485,930
212,260
3,806
208,454
201,292
7,162
129,557
72,421

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
Individuals and nonprofit organizations
56
57
Partnerships and corporations operated for profit .
58
Domestic governmental units
All other
59
60 Time
61
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
,
62
States and political subdivisions
63
U.S. government
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

159,880
553
122,038
4,181
2,055
17,102
6,590
1,013
6,348
375,364
79,443
75,951
2,808
669
15
295,921
258,575
21,367
528
10,921
4,529

71 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)5

72




6,737
6,741
7,086
6,980
6,772
6,140
6,245
6,625
6,106
6,802
7,390
7,803
7,025
7,143
6,537
7,136
6,923
7,281
11,156 10,911 11,240 11,522 11,267 11,655 11,155 11,323 11,524
16,561 16,396 16,225 16,203 16,244 16,173 16,084 16,332 16,338
6,681
6,454
6,020
5,796
6,291
6,130
5,508
5,086
5,163
2,604
2,602
2,602
2,548
2,665
2,589
2,555
2,520
2,547
6,211
6,107
6,136
6,131
6,362
6,050
6,145
6,318
6,233
13,675 14,246 14,284 15,408 14,516 14,788 14,365 14,897 15,183
5,904
5,884
5,883
5,846
5,852
5,856
5,890
5,874
5,898
6,917
6,924
7,040
6,918
7,003
7,048
7,233
7,001
7,265
464,136 463,920 465,549 469,912 469,086 469,187 466,895 472,615 472,812
11,083 11,084 11,084 11,089 11,099 11,095 11,086 11,150 11,149
113,050 111,843 109,281 112,806 113,116 115,144 112,512 117,524 117,937
826,460 821,593 817,072 850,254 826,962 836,868 820,836 841,699 8 8 7 4
4,9
162,003
536
121,543
4,317
2,980
17,971
6,755
933
6,968
376,291
79,470
76,067
2,772
608
24
296,820
259,791
21,290
512
10,645
4,583

158,099
515
119,851
4,972
1,847
17,729
6,357
1,043
5,784
379,154
79,171
75,661
2,793
694
22
299,983
262,414
21,595
538
10,803
4,634

179,348
651
133,664
4,514
1,148
23,720
7,508
826
7,317
380,789
80,675
77,248
2,819
587
21
300,114
262,910
21,486
541
10,541
4,636

158,160
501
122,734
3,829
1,263
16,667
6,111
926
6,129
382,075
80,590
77,179
2,824
561
25
301,485
264,482
21,329
541
10,570
4,563

168,420
528
126,499
4,584
3,475
18,915
6,817
1,100
6,502
381,206
80,266
76,902
2,765
579
20
300,940
264,659
20,685
534
10,526
4,535

155,278
433
117,646
4,372
2,424
16,847
6,495
848
6,212
380,016
78,760
75,422
2,766
552
20
301,256
264,798
20,960
574
10,485
4,438

178,400
620
133,059
5,706
2,327
20,459
6,665
1,700
7,864
384,708
79,522
76,074
2,736
687
24
305,186
269,310
19,940
583
10,726
4,626

176,286
742
131,379
4,823
1,193
23,415
6,900
1,030
6,803
385,900
80,985
77,629
2,784
549
22
304,915
269,343
19,862
543
10,492
4,674

5,088
838
858
326
550
145
175
452
60
11,214
1,160
7,029
8,470 4,502
4,569
5,150 4,713
887
150,660 148,321 145,010 154,196 150,652 149,594 143,596 139,324 154,642
72,557 74,000 73,892 74,456 73,544 73,607 77,356 78,292 74,794
770,534 765,940 761,320 793,909 770,680 780,694 764,861 785,552 792,570
55,926

55,653

55,752

56,345

56,282

56,174

55,974

56,147

56,224

20. All large weekly reporting commercial banks, 1982 *—Continued
A. Assets and liabilities—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
July 14

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

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

....

...

...
....

....
..

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
4
68
All other liabilities for borrowed money
69 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . . . .
70 Total liabilities
71 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)^




43,954
6,320
32 786

July 28
42,628
6,577
34 830

Aug. 4
48,782
6,748
32 146

Aug. 11 Aug. 18 Aug. 25 Sept. 1
43,057
6,414
34082

45,065
6,240
33,735

44,460
6,560
36300

58 074
7,651
33 719

Sept. 8

53 068
7,429
31 465

622,115 619,825 622,342 632,569 627,896 630,547 626,511 635,651 638,336

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, net
42 Lease financing receivables
43 All other assets
44 Total assets

46,405
6,378
32,332

July 21

36409
7,497
28,912
9,978
16,437
2497
78,238
3,366
74,781
15,542
56,336
7,773
48 563
2,992

36 534
7,517
29,018
9,968
16,691
2358
77,974
3,466
74,507
15,503
55,980
7,533
48 447
3,024

37 542
8,701
28,841
9705
16,834
2302
77,810
3,168
74,642
15,658
55 915
7,267
48 649
3,068

38 545
9,348
29,197
9623
17,272
2 302
78,291
3,906
74,385
15,586
55 765
7,332
48 433
3,034

39031
9,485
29,546
9 902
17,369
2275
79,667
5,402
74,265
15,539
55 656
7,164
48 493
3,070

38,635
8,764
29,871
10,512
17,131
2228
78,034
3,495
74,539
15,705
55,764
7,134
48,630
3,070

37 282
7,685
29,598
10 118
17,390
2090
78,139
3,519
74,620
15,756
55,774
7,065
48,709
3,090

36 996
6952
30,044
10 313
17,630
2 101
78988
4,152
74 836
15,944
55 754
7,058
48 696
3,138

38 618
8 056
30,563
10 344
17 977
2 242
80479
5,884
74 595
15,806
55 636
7,067
48 569
3,152

35,231
25 522
6,967
2 743
485,361
211 996
4,315
207 681
200,520
7 162
129,886
72,345

34,718
24 322
7,659
2 737
483,732
210 331
3,910
206 421
199,407
7 015
130,052
72,462

36,079
25 684
7,677
2 717
484,066
210 394
4,207
206 186
199,114
7 072
129,806
72,673

42,223
30459
8,737
3 026
486,731
210 838
4,135
206 703
199,752
6952
129,909
72,712

37,840
27 268
7,663
2 909
484,631
211 205
4,450
206 755
199,877
6 878
130,093
72,608

40,031
28,858
8,164
3,010
487,143
210,963
3,989
206 974
200,106
6 868
130,285
72,756

39,510
28 284
8,690
2 536
484,837
210 151
4,233
?05 918
198,878
7 040
130,616
72,948

41,583
31 060
7,986
2 537
491,395
212 637
5,130
207 507
200,499
7 008
130,520
73,294

41 639
31 003
8 294
2 341
490 957
212 833
4649
208 184
200 984
7 200
130 556
73,187

6,686
6,763
6,570
7,058
6,969
6,450
7,206
6,990
8,456
7 278
7 221
6,873
6,884
7,047
7 169
7 578
7 277
7 466
11,396 11,274
11,245
11,341
11,177 11,315
11,368
11,648
11,065
16 137 16 224 16,351
16,144
16,098 16486 16 151
16,233 16,306
5,929
8,058
6,900
6,490
6,407
7,937
6,072
7,688
7,165
2,597
2,578
2,572
2,519
2,521
2 591
2,573
2,507
2 567
6,546
6 541
6493
6 546
6 505
6427
6 394
6 502
6 565
14,041 14,425
14,361
14,596
13,895
14,531 14,357
14 985
15,507
5 843
5 813
5 860
5 873
5 820
5,843
5 902
5 775
5 779
7,453
7,430
7,532
7,408
7,293
7,260
7,437
7,222
7 582
472,237 470,599 470,912 473,510 471,358 473,847 471,580 478,084 477,599
1 1 ,045 1 1 ,046 11,028 1 1 067 11 087
11,053
11,170
1 1 , 1 39 11,166
120,665 120,726 120,133 125,648 125,108 126;212 126,519 130,443 130,599
839,034 834,778 837,680 856,946 847,603 852,846 851,378 876,606 871,984
165,151 158,671 158,754 167,494

160,740

160,866

640

592

552

540

550

501

160,030 182,441

503

654

176 312

666

126 720 121 427 120 177 123 673 122 426 122,043 120,645 136 241 132 476
4,944
4,574
4,343
4,837
4,122
4,624
4,843
4,511
4,586
1,443
3 290
1 575
985
2,556
1 850
1 796
1 233
899
17 228 17 299 18 619 17 375 17 714 17 951 20 735 21 355
17 638
6,026
6,235
5,875
6,993
7,078
6,852
6,771
5,846
6,875
1 029
1,004
870
1 141
1 206
1 022
1 244
1,091
1 092
6,554
8,306
6,446
5,914
8,039 1 1 ,950
6,629
6,253
8,164
387,552 390,953 392,964 396,924 395,134 399,070 400,560 401,138 401 157
80 857 81 834
79 797 79 343 78 780 80 538 80 064 79,837 79,701
76,519 76,111 75,509 77,246 76,740 76,542 76,363 77,481 78,422
2,744
2,744
2,787
2,728
2,735
2,808
2,710
2,735
2,852
542
565
525
496
499
533
518
539
548

24

23

31

24

24

25

19

20

21

307,755 311,610 314,184 316,385 315,070 319,234 320,859 320,281 319,323
271,148 274,539 276,169 278,172 276,948 279,778 281,084 280,507 279,612
21 366 21 794 21 727
20 260 20449 20 746 20 570 20 788 20,997

535

1 1 ,046
4,765

451

11,490
4,681

441

1 1 ,983
4,845

444

427

451

583

618

592

12,265
4,934

12,084
4,824

12,944
5,063

12,752
5,073

12,401
4,961

12 489
4,903

575
60
84
843
1,869
1,052
275
1,240
45
4 274
4,022
1 531
2 971
3,105
5 187
2 875
2 121
2 281
149,686 148,542 144,794 146,613 153,418
150,647 146,263 144,018 150,354
76,486 78,211 79,664 82,427 82,563 84,319 84,314 86,455
81,976
782,795 778,647 781,640 800,599 791,154 796,479 794,960 819,772 815,029
56,239

56 131

56040

56,347

56449

56,367

56,418

56 833

56955

73

20. All large weekly reporting commercial banks, 19821—Continued
A. Assets and liabilities—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29

Account

56 345
7,716
34 069

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

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

...

...

..

.

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)^

74



47,972
7,041
28,046

Oct. 6
47,197
7,275
30463

Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27
56 469
7,720
33 967

51,408
7,076
39,172

45 478
6,800
34 386

Nov. 3 Nov. 10
57 817
8 268
34 656

48 498
6 341
34 458

640,858 634,834 637,996 647,070 649,550 642,286 640,611 651,704 643 216

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 3
36 To others for purchasing and carrying securities
37 To finance agricultural production
38 All other loans
3 9 LESS; Unearned income
.
.
.
40
Loan loss reserve
41 Other loans net . . .
...
42 Lease financing receivables
43 All other assets
44 Total assets

46,100
7,314
33 554

38,690
7 733
30,957
10 667
18,132
2 158
78 377
3,872
74 505
15,762
55,631
7 169
48,462
3,112

37,785
7,066
30,719
10 645
17,984
2090
78,416
3,762
74,654
15,786
55,746
7,024
48,722
3,122

37,782
7,103
30,680
10,296
18,322
2062
79,023
4,041
74,982
15,874
56,037
7,105
48,931
3,072

39,420
7,405
32,016
10,299
19,572
2 145
80,174
5,359
74,815
15,999
55,754
7,068
48,686
3,062

40,787
8 548
32,238
10 314
19,794
2 130
79,385
4,443
74942
16,083
55,829
7,112
48,716
3,030

40,464
8,132
32,332
10,187
20,101
2,044
78,505
3,909
74,597
15,972
55,667
6,913
48,754
2,958

40,890
8,256
32,634
10 150
20,467
2016
78,718
4,214
74 503
15,805
55,723
6,961
48,762
2,975

42,270
9 227
33,043
10 215
20,842
1 986
80 652
6,177
74475
15,719
55,756
6973
48,784
3,000

41,895
8 364
33 532
10 494
21 046
1 992
78 505
4,007
74 498
15750
55,738
6917
48,821
3,010

43 973
33 184
8 643
2,146
493 166
215,870
4 982
210 889
203 734
7 154
130,760
73 369

39 302
28,479
8 695
2,129
492 654
216,719
4 688
212 031
204 872
7,159
131,084
73,396

39410
28,758
8 756
1,896
495 017
217,122
4 855
212,267
204 934
7,333
131,329
73,508

43 262
31,877
8 523
2,861
497 283
219,864
5 104
214,760
207 540
7,220
130,927
73,359

43 876
32,582
9 146
2,148
498 567
218,429
5 059
213,370
206 230
7,140
131,227
73,268

38,174
27,470
8,248
2,456
498,226
217,655
4 940
212,715
205 784
6,931
131,296
73,304

38 967
27,946
8 738
2,284
495 146
216,730
4 850
211,879
205 007
6,872
131,264
73,431

43 610
31,534
9 154
2921
498 312
216757
4 594
212 164
205 266
6 898
131,061
73 408

41 573
30487
8 349
2736
494 420
216 626
4 420
212 206
205 280
6925
130,997
73 394

6,737
6,864
7,225
7027
7059
7 171
7 012
6708
7 589
7 013
7 066
6 885
7 242
7 100
7 557
7 485
6683
6 666
11,081 10,861 11,226 11,130 11,121 10,978 11,070 11,329 11,252
16,423 16,206 15,806 15,941 16,015 36,014 15,805 15,983 16,160
7,890
9,768
9034
6734
7 066
7,556
8 021
8091
9 500
2,607
2,605
2,573
2,600
2,530
2,707
2,563
2,847
2,538
6,571
6,515
6,526
6,545
6 514
6 478
6,546
6 478
6488
15,045 14,652 15,212 15,602 15,744 15,818 15,405 16,823 14,950
5,707
5,740
5 621
5,708
5,712
5 746
5 784
5,701
5 616
7 374
7 362
7 498
7 354
7 578
7 409
7 523
7 564
7 556
479 818 479 330 481,780 484,214 485,502 485,143 482,036 485,173 481 243
11 111 11 089 11 109 11 068 11 074 1 1 ,057 11 031 11 064 11 061
132 371 129 111 129,511 133,819 133,655 132,134 130,265 138,367 136412
882,469 862,003 861,674 876,893 892,434 883,133 868,572 901,877 879,988
182 360
606
135,328
5,568
6 131
19 751
5,918
861
8 197
400,653
81 873
78,474
2,801
580
18
318,780
279,009
21 640
573
12,673
4,885

162 810
521
122,946
4,875
2346
17 895
6,006
959
7 262
402,169
80 197
76,900
2,752
525
20
321,971
282,064
21 704
583
12,633
4,987

164,559
526
124,083
4,488
1,874
17,939
5,816
957
8 870
401,317
79,872
76,528
2,784
543
17
321,446
281,356
21 659
559
12,947
4,925

171 149
670
128,952
4,950
1,544
20,307
5,492
1,366
7 868
403,573
83,406
80,004
2,793
592
17
320,167
280,505
21 212
576
12,962
4,911

179 724
668
134,936
4,541
1 560
21 577
6,850
914
8 678
404,183
83,230
79,909
2,762
542
17
320,953
281,041
21 321
607
13,155
4,828

173 386
605
130,373
4,468
2,671
18 485
6,144
1 080
9 559
403,966
83,071
79,774
2,747
534
16
320,895
281,230
21 338
635
12,808
4,884

166 366
510
126,370
4,532
1 901
18 070
6,216
1,012
7 754
402,526
82,733
79,374
2,797
546
16
319,792
280,219
21 292
627
12,721
4,933

187 996
766
139,931
5,391
3 014
22 492
5,854
1 224
9 324
403,346
85 214
81,802
2,822
568
23
318,132
279,000
20 903
629
12,554
5,046

168 263
623
128,044
4,495
1 790
17 799
5,784
856
8 871
403,018
85 351
81,859
2,846
626
21
317667
278,366
21 058
645
12,639
4,959

957
12
3,304
383
7
575
2,869
1,356
395
8 780
8,950
9432 13,187
3 956
8,720
9,968
1 355
3 820
151,255 144,133 141,894 152,646 158,730 153,195 147,416 160,351 159,298
84,087 85,423 83,496 82,331 83,512 85,815 86,316 88,519 87,702
825,615 805,323 805,028 819,673 835,112 826,099 811,727 844,426 822,505
56 854

56 680

56 646

57 220

57 322

57 033

56 844

57 451

57 482

20. All large weekly reporting commercial banks, 19821—Continued
A. Assets and liabilities—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Nov. 17

Nov. 24

51,107
7,672
32,118

49,980
7,147
32,376

59,107
8,210
34,988

641,496

638,995

41 665
8,051
33 615
10,430
21,273
1,912
78,025
3 734
74,291
15 711
55,605
6,933
48 672
2,975

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

40,170
28 500
9,062
2 608
494,799
216,061
4,836
211 225
204,360
6,865
131,195
73,400

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

173,171

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
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)^




Adjustment
bank6

Dec. 15

Dec. 22

Dec. 29

52,770
7,274
31,847

61,362
8,428
38,724

56098
8,532
34,124

54 686
9,424
38,553

215

648,644

651,589

651,577

654,640

655,563

5,369

41 661
7,915
33 746
10,475
21,382
1 889
77,903
3 602
74,301
15 712
55,659
6,875
48 784
2,930

44 152
9,411
34 740
10 897
21,816
2 027
78,712
4 643
74,069
15 580
55,542
6,876
48 666
2,946

45 093
9,716
35 376
11 322
21,933
2 121
80,613
6 421
74,192
15 662
55,668
6,984
48 684
2,862

43 445
7,817
35 627
11 346
22,171
2 110
80,221
5 695
74,526
15 786
55,851
6,886
48 965
2,889

44 308
8,154
36 154
11 686
22,324
2 145
81,076
5 813
75,263
15 918
56 406
7,046
49 360
2,939

44 594
7,864
36 730
12 126
22,451
2 152
82 111
5 869
76 242
16 036
57 237
7,173
50064
2,969

354

38,285
26 441
9,020
2 823
494,310
215,263
4,437
210 827
203,814
7,013
131 405
73,729

40,984
28 815
9,221
2 949
497,976
216,895
4,812
212 082
205,202
6,881
131 309
73,988

43,259
29 763
10,184
3 312
495,827
215,695
4,500
211 196
204,341
6,854
131,289
74,052

42,708
30 395
9,301
3 012
498,388
215,753
5,276
210 477
203,571
6,906
131,454
74,564

41,733
28 547
10,181
3 004
500,636
216,468
5,840
210 628
203,816
6,812
131 631
75,016

41,566
29 253
9 347
2 966
500 254
216,669
6,075
210 594
203 799
6,795
131 681
75,558

6,953
7,032
7,071
7,060
10,983
11,119
15,837
15,926
8,138
7,854
3,017
2,877
6,405
6,430
15,508
15,846
5 596
5 610
7,567
7,554
481 635 481,146
1 1 ,052
1 1 ,030
134 068 133 021
877,513 872,549
171,808

Dec. 1

Dec. 8

7,275
7,460
7,291
7,359
10,872
11,179
16,018
15,838
8,594
8,632
3,015
3,033
6,362
6,330
15,357
15,958
5,523
5,508
7,695
7,657
484,796 482,624
11,057
1 1 ,038
136,040 135,655
898,027 890,192
190,845

181,320

7,804
8,112
7,456
7,370
7 506
7 254
10,540
10,834
10,693
15,926
15,968
16,233
9,763
8,321
9,613
2,931
3,108
2,902
6,222
6,327
6,296
16,922
15,790
16,588
5 451
5 498
5 505
7,510
7,615
7,679
485,204 487 523 487 292
11,136
1 1 ,052
1 1 ,035
141 181
137,503 138 647
908,629 903,093 910,544
195,136

188,733

189,652

197
394

354
145
175
33
1 190

4

1 186

475
608
106
503
103
292
292
3 756

812
23
789

787
2
1 906
920
4
2
34
2
32

44
188
35
3 533

1
359

6,534
1 369

608

558

716

678

881

660

627

10

131,600
4 878
1 065
20,33'5
5 891

128,548
5,119
2 300
20,173
6 539

143,158
5,238
1 062
23,372
6 562
1 084
9,653
400,640
85 764
82 287
2,901
556

134,561
4,565
1 924
20,173
6,304
1 069
12,046
401,109
86 406
82 930
2,928
530

144,032
5,586
6 138
22,045
6,164

140,189
5,570
2 016
22,818
6 584
1 077
9,820
405,404
104 713
98 438
5,571
679

139,364
5 487
1 767
23,613
6 650
1 310
10,833
406 773
110 653
103 213
6,638
772

1,216

850

834

7,942
400,656
85 264
81 787
2,838
617

7,737
402,503
84 409
80 996
2,858
533

943
9,346
401,661
95,328
90 802
3,796
710

21

22

20

18

20

25

318,094
278,535
21 409

314,876
276,282
20 842

314,703
276,156
20 832

306,333
268,459
20446

300,691
262,784
20 530

296,120
258 113
20 584

41
4 275
1 449
1 394
46
9

30

315,393
275,878
21 362

70
9
21
2

2,826
2 674

148

641

638

570

580

570

567

644

12,545
4,966

12,651
4,861

12,366
4,815

12,300
4,834

12,072
4,786

12,175
4,635

12,119
4,658

136
3 373
154,995
87,747
820,079

502
1 368
149,504
89,610
815,295

1,642
5 704
150,946
90,524
840,301

2,917

892

535

158,313
89,460
832,282

159,375
91,360
850,983

378
7,067
154,264
90,010
845,856

1,123
7 938
158,226
89,420
853,132

110
6,077

57,414

57,254

57,726

57,911

57,646

57,237

57,412

457

1,188

3

324

75

20* All large weekly reporting commercial banks, 19821—Continued
B. Balance sheet memoranda
Millions of dollars

Jan. 6

Account

Jan. 13

Jan. 20

Jan. 27

Feb. 3

Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 24

Mar. 3

, ..

589,974 586,045 583,044 583,295 588,720 584,963 588,506 589 077 589 678
471,349 468,695 466,194 466,023 470,212 468,023 470,994 472,280 472,077
110,624 106,477 100 744 98,613 99,598 96,101 94498 96499 95 763

4 Total time deposits in accounts of $100,000 or more . . . .
5 Negotiable C D s
. . .
...
6 Other time deposits

182,990 184,113 183,947 186,943 186,812 186,449 182,731 188,548 187,468
131,890 132,454 132,269 134,889 134,736 133,559 130,218 134 923 133,849
51,100 51,658 51,677 52,055 52,076 52,890 52,513 53,625 53,619

1 Total loans (gross) and investments adjusted"
2 Total loans (gross) adjusted2
3 Demand deposits adjusted^

7 Total loans sold outright to affiliates4
8 Commercial and industrial
9 Other

. ..

1 Total loans (gross) and investments adjusted2
2 Total loans (gross) adjusted2
3 Demand deposits adjusted*'

. ..
...
..

592,217 588,338 588,400 594,421 600,463 597,108 597,396 594 631 601,892
473,880 471,106 471,239 476,425 478,937 477,716 478,792 479,070 483,035
98,037 96,722 95,017 101,110 103,027 99,261 96 818 93 899 96 104

4 Total time deposits in accounts of $100,000 or more . . . .
5 Negotiable CDs
...
6 Other time deposits

186,806 185,673 187,553 186,383 184,909 183,983 185,089 187,087 186,117
133,007 132,129 133,945 133,240 131,526 130,617 131,695 133,163 132,028
53,799 53,544 53,608 53,143 53,384 53,366 53,394 53,924 54,088

2,846
2,245
601

2,864
2,265
599

2,850
2,251
600

2,820
2,246
574

Mar. 10 Mar. 17 Mar. 24 Mar. 31

7 Total loans sold outright to affiliates4
8 Commercial and industrial
9 Other

...

2,794
2,231
563

2,781
2,220
560

2,836
2,265
570

May 12 May 19 May 26
2

2,816
2,211
604
June 2

2,796
2,232
564

Apr. 7

2,818
2,260
559
June 9

2,808
2,242
566

2,784
2215
568

2,799
2 185
614

Apr. 14 Apr. 21 Apr. 28

2,793
2,233
560

2,835
2260
575

2,839
2 276
563

June 16 June 23 June 30

2,733
2 165
568
May 5

2,801
2,252
549
July?

. ..

597,859 596,652 599,705 602,998 604,093 602,065 599,892 605 614 605,369
481,214 480,367 482,536 485,664 485,083 485,682 484,400 490,410 489,532
95,308 95,831 94,068 95,162 97,501 96,719 92,966 102 251 98,792

4 Total time deposits in accounts of $100,000 or more . . . .
5 Negotiable CDs
6 Other time deposits

187,433 187,962 190,876 190,578 191,541 190,525 190,623 193,831 193,140
133,142 133,393 135,579 135,430 136,118 135,322 134,980 138,466 137,893
54,291 54,569 55 297 55 148 55,423 55,203 55 643 55 365 55 246

1 Total loans (gross) and investments adjusted
2 Total loans (gross) adjusted2
3 Demand deposits adjusted^

7 Total loans sold outright to affiliates4
8 Commercial and industrial
9 Other

76



. ..

. ..

2 793
2,236
557

2 798
2,265
533

2 693
2,148
545

2 805
2,266
539

2,850
2,302
548

2 924
2,400
525

3 060
2,395
665

3 057
2 326
731

2 853
2,315
537

20. All large weekly reporting commercial banks, 19821—Continued
B. Balance sheet memoranda—Continued
Millions of dollars
July 14

Account
1 Total loans (gross) and investments adjusted
2 Total loans (gross) adjusted2
3 Demand deposits adjusted3

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 21

July 28

Aug. 4

Aug.

2,812
2,256
556

2,817
2,264
553

2,804
2,261
542

Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6
1 Total loans (gross) and investments adjusted
2 Total loans (gross) adjusted2
3 Demand deposits adjusted3

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

Sept. 8

195,373 198,737 200,966 202,743 201,296 205,121 206,647 205,821 2 4 6 0
0,0
139,793 142,461 144,552 145,996 144,498 148,347 149,521 148,158 147,003
55,580 56,276 56,414 56,747 56,798 56,774 57,126 57,663 57,597
2,855
2,304
552

2

11 Aug. 18 Aug. 25 Sept. 1

603,267 602,065 6 3 0 9 608,644 606,931 607,927 604,495 610,696 612,234
0,4
488,620 487,557 487,697 491,808 488,234 491,259 489,074 494,711 493,137
99,312 96,504 97,253 96,804 98,457 95,531 96,176 102,733 100,656

2,795
2,256
540

2,822
2,278
544

2,881
2,318
563

2,833
2,272
561

2,835
2,280
555

Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

613,964 612,971 615,611 621,524 623,006 620,674 618,605 625,720 618,894
496,896 496,769 498,805 501,930 502,834 501,705 498,997 502,799 498,494
100,133 96,469 96,774 102,101 100,118 100,822 100,916 104,673 100,176
203,846 206,517 205,704 205,735 206,260 206,031 204,845 203,592 203,274
146,475 148,596 147,980 147,832 148,191 147,593 146,404 144,818 144,036
57,372 57,921 57,724 57,902 58,069 58,438 58,442 58,775 59,238
2,820
2,260
560

2,855
2,274
582

2,861
2,281
580

2,750
2,196
554

2,815
2,227
588

2,790
2,244
546

2,883
2,264
619

2,874
2,238
636

2,886
2,252
634
Adjustment
bank5

Nov. 17

Nov. 24

Dec. 1

Dec. 8

Dec. 15

Dec. 22

Dec. 29

1 Total loans (gross) and investments adjusted2
2 Total loans (gross) adjusted2
3 Demand deposits adjusted3

619,128
499,437
100,664

618,765
499,200
99,356

625,548
502,685
107,303

627,754
502,048
106,454

626,910
503,244
105,591

631,094
505,709
107,802

631,467
504,762
109,585

5,296
3,752
1,124

4 Total time deposits in accounts of $100,000 or more
5
Negotiable CDs
6
Other time deposits

201,091
141,812
59,278

203,092
143,337
59,754

200,060
140,933
59,127

199,557
139,843
59,714

194,228
136,407
57,821

191,044
134,636
56,408

187,888
132,340
55,547

487
244
242

2,933
2,308
624

2,956
2,345
611

2,982
2,375
607

2,952
2,329
623

2,937
2,319
618

2,952
2,254
697

2,891
2,236
655

7 Total loans sold outright to affiliates4
8
Commercial and industrial
9
Other




77

21. Large weekly reporting commercial banks, 19821
Total commercial and industrial loans classified by industry2
Millions of dollars; last Wednesday-of-month data
Jan.

Industry

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

27,158
21,628
4,160
4,172
4,587
4,486
4,223
24,552

28,314
21,948
4,419
4,427
4,142
4,746
4,214
25,804

28,631
23,162
4,550
4,535
4,449
5,138
4,490
25,851

29,062
23,573
4,815
4,653
4,408
5,186
4,510
26,788

28,819
23,994
4,783
4,722
4,677
5,232
4,580
28,242

29,078
25,299
4,805
4,863
5,095
5,550
4,986
28,252

28,520
24,815
4,679
5,068
4,840
5,197
5,030
27,983

9 Trade
10 Commodity dealers
1 1 Other wholesale
12 Retail . .
13 Transportation, communication, and other public utilities
14 Transportation
,
1 5 Communication
16 Other public utilities

28,130
2,297
13,252
12,580
23,405
8,739
4,026
10,639

27,788
1,802
13,172
12,813
23,369
8,890
4,076
10,403

28,811
2,322
13,516
12,972
23,630
9,154
4,242
10,235

28,632
1,858
13,556
13,218
23,678
9,100
4,470
10,107

28,694
1,873
13,487
13,334
23,694
9,070
4,559
10,066

29,190
1,861
13,776
13,552
25,002
9,227
4,779
10,997

28,570
1,648
13,632
13,290
24,962
8,868
4,832
11,263

J7 Construction
18 Services 3
19 All other

7,060
26,738
17,172

7,202
27,270
16,878

7,252
27,116
17,267

7,409
27,322
16,922

7,686
27,918
17,114

7,761
28,730
17,236

7,922
28,837
17,330

175,843

178,573

181,720

183,386

186,161

190,548

188,940

85,192

87,820

87,203

88,237

89,242

89,808

87,224

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

29,117
24,866
4,596
5,064
4,717
5,518
4,971
27,313

31,424
25,811
4,838
4,855
5,323
5,810
4,985
28,406

31,345
24,774
4,637
4,571
5,464
5,426
4,677
29,266

30,124
24,632
4,847
4,268
5,518
5,386
4,614
29,633

29,940
23,908
4,405
3,812
5,627
5,530
4,534
29,568

56
27
7
4
4
6
7
7

28,320
1,788
13,488
13,044
24,751
8,964
4,905
10,882

29,048
1,977
13,975
13,096
24,913
8,976
5,153
10,785

28,960
2,036
13,692
13,231
24,840
8,913
5,254
10,672

28,732
2,102
13,652
12,978
25,152
9,025
5,297
10,830

28,037
2,305
13,648
12,084
24,953
9,103
5,258
10,591

62
" "16
46
44
25
10
8

7,825
28,938
17,536

7,815
29,196
17,916

7,757
29,587
17,966

7,759
29,472
17,945

7,863
30,502
18,502

21
58
139

188,667

194,530

194,494

193,452

193,272

416

87,027

89,152

89,776

89,944

90,088

108

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

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)
9 Trade
10 Commodity dealers
1 1 Other wholesale
12 Retail
13 Transportation communication and other public utilities . .
14 Transportation
15 Communication
16 Other public utilities

....

1 7 Construction
18 Services . .
19 All other3
20 Total domestic loans
21 MEMO; Term loans (original maturity more than one year)
included in domestic loans

78




....

Adjustment
bank4

22. Gross demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations, 19821
Billions of dollars, estimated daily-average balances for last month of quarter
All commercial banks
Type of holder
1 All holders —Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
Financial business
Nonfinancial business
Consumer
Foreign
. ...
Other

2
3
4
5
6




All weekly reporting banks

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

Qi

268.9
27.8
138.7
84.6
3.1
14.6

271.5
28.6
141.4
83.7
2.9
15.0

276.7
31.9
142.9
83.3
2.9
15.7

295.4
35.5
151.7
88.1
3.0
17.1

126.8
20.2
67.1
29.2
2.9
7.3

1

Q2

127.9
20.2
67.7
29.7
2.8
7.5

| Q3

132.1
23.4
68.7
29.6
2.7
7.7

Q4

144.0
26.7
74.2
31.9
2.9
8.4

79

23. Commercial paper and bankers dollar acceptances outstanding
A, Commercial paper, seasonally adjusted
Millions of dollars, end of period
Jan.

Instrument

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.5

1980

115,869 117,552 119,072 121,534 120,399 122,036 119,999 120,607 120,513 120,944 122,869 124,374

1 All issuers
1

Financial companies
Dealer-placed paper2
Total
Bank-related
Directly placed paper3
Total
Bank-related

17,780
3,034

17,390
3,010

17,955
3,142

18,969
3,467

18,611
3,591

18,857
3,188

18,077
3,198

18,994
3,313

18,893
3,370

18,307
3,442

19,248
3,436

19,599
3,561

65,684
19,257

66,306
19,941

64,966
19,360

66,727
19,166

64,706
18,845

62,708
19,436

63,380
19,239

64,055
19,909

64,562
19,692

66,445
21,146

66,591
21,939

67,854
22,382

6 Nonfinancial companies4 . .

32,405

33,856

36,151

35,838

37,082

40,471

38,542

37,558

37,058

36,192

37,030

36,921

2
3
4
5

1981

1 All issuers

.

...

126,844 129,572 131,133 133,830 139,643 144,727 150,564 155,324 162,310 163,289 164,324 165,455

1

Financial companies 2
Dealer-placed paper
Total
Bank-related
Directly placed paper3
4 Total
5 Bank-related
2
3

6 Nonfinancial companies4 . .

20,212
3,670

20,970
3,742

22,462
4,163

23,396
4,437

25,025
4,800

26,319
4,750

27,473
5,267

28,779
6,037

30,910
6,182

30,033
5,640

29,953
5,735

29,904
6,045

68,773
22,570

69,788
22,331

69,998
21,604

70,864
22,858

72,845
23,880

75,102
24,107

78,833
26,104

79,872
25,153

81,699
26,427

82,592
25,397

81,306
26,225

81,715
26,914

37,859

38,814

38,673

39,570

41,773

43,306

44,258

46,673

49,701

50,664

53,065

53,836

1982

165,765 167,043 167,744 172,913 176,226 178,484 180,164 176,143 172,054 169,386 165,110 166,208

1 All issuers
1

Financial companies
Dealer-placed paper2
Total
Bank-related
Directly placed paper3
4 Total
5 Bank-related

29,725
6,210

30,448
6,556

31,647
7,055

33,075
7,905

34,656
8,003

36,380
7,188

37,928
6,427

37,999
6,038

36,158
5,924

35,073
5,791

35,219
6,232

34,067
2,516

80,659
28,946

80,850
27,591

79,153
27,579

82,116
29,434

83,423
30,576

84,721
30,828

84,987
31,141

80,909
28,901

80,209
27,761

79,533
27,712

78,290
27,769

84,183
32,034

6 Nonfinancial companies4 . .

55,381

55,745

56,944

57,722

58,147

57,383

57,249

57,235

55,687

54,780

51,601

47,958

2
3

B. Bankers dollar acceptances, not seasonally adjusted
Millions of dollars, end of period
1982

Instrument
Jan.

1 Total
Holder
2 Accepting banks
3 Own bills
4 Bills bought
Federal Reserve Banks
5 Own account
6
Foreign correspondents . .
7 Others
Basis
8 Imports into United States . .
9 Exports from United States .
10 All other
'.

80



Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

70,087

70,468

71,619

71,128

71,601

71,765

72,559

72,709

73,818

75,811

77,125

79,543

10,227
9,095
1,132

11,953
10,928
1,025

12,964
11,139
1,825

12,675
11,409
1,266

11,104
9,879
1,225

10,362
9,175
1,188

11,164
9,734
1,431

1 1 ,805
10,740
1,065

10,751
9,370
1,382

10,661
9,399
1,262

10,596
9,455
1,140

10,910
9,471
1,439

597
1,427
58,434

0
1,530
56,985

488
1,379
57,276

768
1,329
57,124

0
1,234
59,262

0
1,348
60,054

0
1,250
60,145

565
1,239
59,664

813
1,139
61,927

0
1,080
64,070

0
992
65,537

1,480
949
66,204

14,727
15,599
39,762

15,430
16,119
38,919

14,877
16,835
39,907

15,303
16,887
38,937

14,979
16,255
40,458

15,707
15,779
41,326

16,025
16,409
42,198

15,766
16,103
42,692

16,075
15,608
42,136

16,511
16,463
42,837

16,716
16,711
43,699

17,683
16,328
45,532

| Nov.

Dec.

24. Prime rate charged by banks on short-term business loans, 19821
Percent per annum
Date of change in effective rate
Effective date
February

2.
18 .
23 .

Rate

Effective date

Rate

Effective date

Rate

July

20 .
29.

16.00
15.50

August

18.
23 .

14.00
13.50

August

16.50
17.00
16.50

2.
16 .

15.00
14.50

October

7.
14 .

Effective date
November

Rate

22 .

13.00
12.00

11.50

Averages of daily effective rates
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

14.84

15.75

16.56

16.50

16.50

16.50

16.50

16.26

14.39

13.50

12.52

11.85

11,50

25. Terms of lending at commercial banks—Based on surveys of loans made, 19821
Item

Feb. 1-6

May 3-8

Aug. 2-7

Nov. 1-6

31,601
168
1.4
17.13

36,600

161
1.2
17.11

37,562
166
1.2
13.27

37,831
171
1.2
11.26

17.05
17.38

16.97
17.58

12.68
15.56

10.81
12.95

18.17
17.55
16.99

18.37
17.84
16.94

17.49
16.52
12.66

15.07
13.57
10.79

40.0
54.9
17.5

29.8
51.7
14.4

23.1
63.6
9.8

26.4
70.1
9.6

3,541
22
51.6
16.59

3,705
21
49.8
16.96

3,908
26
46.5
15.22

4,008

By size of bank
17 Large banks4
18 Small banks

16.12
17.58

16.70
17.62

14.17
17.40

11.66
13.43

By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
19 1-99
20 100-999
21 1,000 and over

19.06
17.34
16.15

18.80
17.50
16.69

18.90
16.60
14.68

15.17
13.69
11.54

69.5
61.6

71.7
72.1

60.0
61.2

77.8
76.1

SHORT-TERM COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS
1
2
3
4

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)2
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum) 3

By size of bank
5 Large banks4
6 Small banks
By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
7 1-99
8 100-999
9 1,000 and over
Percentage of amount of loans
10 With floating rate
11 Made under commitment
12 With no stated maturity

,

LONG-TERM COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS
13
14
15
16

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)2
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum) 3

Percentage of amount of loans
22 With floating rate
23 Made under commitment




25
46.2
12.24

81

25. Terms of lending at commercial banks—Based on surveys of loans made, 19821—Continued
Feb. 1-6

May 3=8

1,209
27
12.9
17.86

1,921

By size of bank
28 Large banks4
29 Small banks
By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
30 1-99
31 100=499
32 500 and over

Item

Aug. 2-7

Nov. 1=6

CONSTRUCTION AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LOANS
24
25
26
27

Percentage of amount of loans
With floating rate
Secured by real estate
Made under commitment
With no stated maturity

17.80

1,372
32
7.9
17.19

1,433
25
11.1
15.14

17.89
17.85

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)2
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum) 3

18.22
17.72

15.74
17.84

12.82
15.77

19.24
14.83
17.68

18.67
18.45
16.96

18.25
19.19
15.17

17.39
15.01
13.30

31

11.1

52.3
87.3
50.9
4.6

28.8
85.5
32.9
.9

63.9
73.7
68.6
5.6

56.6
71.6
39.6
2.9

30.0
13.3
56.6

30.0
4.8
65.2

21.0
6.7
72.4

43.3
12.1
44.6

1,266
58
7.1
17.68

1,224
71
7.6
17.76

1,217
60
5.4
16.81

1,458
68
5.8
14.84

By size of bank
44 Large banks4
45 Small banks

17.97
17.52

17.92
17.70

15.59
17.54

13.27
15.47

By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
46 1-24
47 25-99
48 100 and over

17.47
17.66
17.79

17.60
17,81
17.85

17.39
17.57
16.23

15.42
15.48
13.97

By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
.
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Other

17.57
17.42
17.66
17.93
17.85

17.81
17.51
17.66
18.19
17.85

16.76
15.56
16.95
17.27
16.92

13.90
15.49
15.33
15.68
14.53

33
34
35
36

By type of construction
37 1- to 4-family
38 Multifamily
39 Nonresidential
LOANS TO FARMERS
40
41
42
43

49
50
51
52
53

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)2
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum) 3

82



26, Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1982
A. Annual and monthly averages
Percent per annum
Item

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

12.26

13.22

14.78

14.68

14.94

14.45

14.15

12.59

10.12

10.31

971

9.20

8 95

11.83
11.89
11.89

12.90
13.09
13 35

14.62
14.53
14.27

13.99
13.80
13.47

14.38
14.06
13.64

13.79
13.42
13.02

13.96
13.96
13.79

12.62
12.94
13.00

9.50
10.15
10.80

9.96
10.36
10.86

9.08
9.20
921

8.66
8.69
8 72

854
8.51
8 50

11 64
11.23
11 20

12 67
12.56
12 56

14.41
13.59
13.58

13.73
12.91
12 89

14.17
13.21
13.09

13 49
12.75
12 61

13.79
13.10
12.69

12.42
12.24
12.15

9.32
9.62
9.93

989
9.65
9 63

8 89
8.60
8 60

8 51
8.39
8 42

8 35
8 18
8 20

11 89
11.83

13 06
13 31

14 47
14.09

13 73
13.33

13.95
13.49

13 29
12.90

1400
13.76

12 90
12.91

10 34
10.90

1040
1082

9 24
9 21

8 76
8 77

8 54
8 50

12 04
12 27
12 57
13.12

13 03
13 51
14 25
14.29

14 78
15.00
15 12
15.75

14 12
14 21
14 25
14.90

14 44
14.44
14 42
15.18

13 95
13 80
13 77
14.53

14 18
14.46
14 66
15.45

12 88
13 44
13 80
14.37

1007
10.61
11 53
11.57

10 23
10 66
11 46
11.74

9 36
9 51
9 67
10.43

8 82
8 95
9 13
9.77

8 64
8 66
8 80
9.47

1061
11.07
11 07

12 28
12 83
12 77

13 48
13.61
13 11

12 68
12 77
12 47

12 70
12.80
12 50

12 09
12 16
11 98

12 47
12.70
12 57

11 35
11 88
11 90

8 68
9.88
10 37

7 92
937
992

7 71
8 29
8 63

8 07
8 34
8 44

7 94
8 16
8 23

7 750
8 299
9 521

8 042
8 319
8 567

8 013
8 225
8 234

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,4
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
17
18
19

Auction average5
3-month
6- month
1-year

10.686 12 412 13.780 12493 12.821 12 148 12.108 11.914 9.006 8 196
11 084 12 930 13 709 12 621 12 861 12 220 12 310 12 236 10 105 9 539
1 1 .099 13 143 13.180 12.509 12.731 12.194 12.173 12.318 11.195 10.286

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
Constant maturities^
1-year
2-year
2^-year8
3-year
5 -year
..
7-year
10-year
... .
20-year
30-year

12 27
12.80

14 32
14 57

14 73
14,82

13 95
14.19

13 98
14.20

13 34
13 78

14 07
14.47

13 24
13.80

11 43
12.32

10 85
11.78

9 32
10 19

9 16
9 80

8 91
966

12.92
13 01
13.06
13 00
12.92
12 76

14.64
1465
14.67
1459
14.57
1422

14.73
14 54
14.46
1443
14.48
14 22

14.13
13 98
13.93
13 86
13.75
13 53

14.18
1400
13.94
13.87
13.57
13 37

13.77
13 75
13.74
13 62
13.46
13 24

14.48
14 43
14.47
14.30
14.18
13 92

14.00
14 07
14.07
13 95
13.76
13 55

12.62
13 00
13.14
13.06
12.91
12 77

12.03
12 25
12.36
12 34
12.16
12 07

1062
10 80
10 88
1091
1097
11 17

998
10 38
10 53
10 55
10 57
10 54

9 88
10 22
1049
10 54
10 62
10 54

Composite9
29 Over 10 years (long-term)

12.23

13.73

13.63

12.98

12.84

12.67

13.32

12.97

12.15

11.48

10.51

10.18

10 33

10 88
12 48
11.66

12 30
13 95
13.28

12 20
13 83
12.97

11 95
13 70
12.82

11 66
13 29
12.59

11 05
12 63
11.95

11 55
12 74
12.45

11 47
13 17
12.28

10 68
12 36
11.23

9 76
11 75
10.66

8 94
10 51
9 69

9 45
10 79
10 06

9 34
10 80
9 96

14.94

16.05

16.13

15.68

15.53

15.34

15.77

15.70

15.06

14.34

13.54

13.08

13.02

13 79
14.41
15.43
16 11

15 18
15.75
16 19
17 10

15 27
15.72
16.35
17 18

14 58
15.21
16 12
16 82

14 46
14.90
15.95
16 78

14 26
14.77
15 70
16 64

14 81
15.26
16.07
16.92

14 61
15.21
16.20
16 80

13 71
14.48
15 70
16 32

12 94
13.72
15 07
15 63

12 12
12.97
14 34
14 73

11 68
12.51
13 81
14 30

11 83
12.44
13 66
14 14

Aaa utility bonds13
New issues
Recently offered issues

14 41
14.45

15 68
15.88

15 93
15.97

15 43
15.19

15 83
15.44

15 22
15.24

15 92
15.84

15 61
15.61

13 95
14.47

13 52
13.60

12 20
12.34

11 76
11.88

11 84
11.91

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio14
40 Preferred stocks
41 Common stocks

12 53
5.81

13 19
5.95

13 20
6.06

12 97
6.28

12 90
5.99

12 58
5.97

12 96
6.28

13 24
6.31

12 78
6 32

1241
5.63

11 71
5 12

11 18
4.92

11 20
4 93

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 series'1
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, 1982—Continued
B, Weekly averages
Percent per annum
Week ending
Item

Jan. 29

Feb. 5

Feb. 12

Feb. 19

Feb. 26

Mar. 5

12.96

13.98

14.77

15.19

15.61

13.86

14.07

12.98
13.24
13.56

13.64
13.83
13.87

14.85
14.70
14.49

15.04
14.92
14.60

15.28
15.15
14.72

13.54
13.55
13.43

13.85
13.63
13.37

12.76
12.64
12.66

13.43
13.11
13.11

14.54
13.60
13.56

14.90
13.84
13.80

15.02
13.97
13.97

13.41
13.08
13.12

13.69
13.04
13.04

12.85
13.29

13.29
13.52

13.68
13.57

14.63
14.22

14.88
14.48

14.96
14.48

13.59
13.35

13.47
13.16

12.57
12.91
13.72
13.55

12.67
13.22
14.21
13.85

13.08
13.66
14.48
14.23

13.80
14.24
14.58
15.10

14.88
15.11
15.19
15.24

15.14
15.40
15.50
15.86

15.52
15.66
15.69
16.53

13.81
14.03
14.29
15.30

13.91
13.99
14.10
14.84

11.35
12.25
12.23

11.59
12.37
12.34

12.07
12.85
12.84

12.66
13.13
13.11

12.79
12.96
12.78

13.68
13.72
13.19

14.12
14.01
13.43

14.06
14.04
13.37

12.31
12.84
12.56

12.26
12.58
12.27

11.690
12.448
12.501

11.658
12.282

12.121
12.806

12.505
13.102

13.364
13.530
13.143

13.850
13.846

14.099
13.933

14.740
14.360

12.430
12.695
13.180

12.450
12.786

13.68
13.88
14.00
14.09
14.04
14.04
14.07
14.11
13.78

13.80
14.12

14.72
14.93

14.88
14.58
14.42
14.39
14.44
14.18

14.08
14.32
14.30
14.26
14.02
13.97
13.92
13.96
13.71

13.71
14.03

lV.84
14.73
14.66
14.63
14.67
14.39

15.11
15.10
15.05
15.05
14.91
14.87
14.84
14.95
14.68

15.03
15.04

14.92
14.81
14.80
14.73
14.62
14.28

14.37
14.55
14.55
14.57
14.52
14.48
14.42
14.37
14.09

14.85
14.93

14*. 32
14.46
14.54
14.47
14.53
14.15

14.39
14.67
14.75
14.73
14.79
14.84
14.76
14.74
14.38

13.96
13.76
13.77
13.70
13.66
13.43

13.26

13.65

13.89

13.81

13.57

13.83

14.05

13.58

13.13

12.89

11.95
14.00
13.30

12.00
14.00
13.36

12.50
14.00
13.44

12.50
14.00
13.16

12.20
13.80
13.15

12.20
13.90
13.13

12.20
13.80
13.09

12.20
13.80
12.96

12.20
13.80
12.70

12.10
13.88
12.53

15.69

15.86

16.07

16.16

16.14

16.15

16.24

16.23

15.92

15.72

14.50
15.38
16.00
16.86

14.81
15.59
16.07
16.95

15.29
15.70
16.16
17.12

15.36
15.87
16.25
17.14

15.27
15.84
16.27
17.17

15.34
15.83
16.27
17.18

15.49
15.80
16.40
17.28

15.34
15.77
16.51
17.29

14.92
15.49
16.26
16.98

14.61
15.26
16.15
16.84

15.65

16.04

16.12

16.00

15.68
15.59

15.97

16.56
16.34

lis'.od '

15.30
15.57

1531 '

13.30
5.65

13.22
5.80

13.16
6.02

13.26
5.99

13.13
5.98

13.12
5.95

13.32
6.05

13.23
6.06

13.14
6.12

13.11
6.27

Jan. 15 | Jan. 22

Jan. 1

Jan. 8

12.54

12.98

12.42

12.59
12.66
12.78

12.47
12.55
12.81

12.53
12.75
13.18

12.22
12.00
11.82

12.20
12.17
12.07

12.27
12.33
12.42

12.63
12.90

12.43
12.85

12.64
13.03
13.80
13.98

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds' 5
Commercial paper1' 2
2
1-month
3
3-month
....
, ..
4
6-month
2
Finance paper, directly placed'6

3 -mo nth

..

Bankers acceptances2- 3
9
10
11
12
13

6-month
Certificates of deposit,
secondary market4
1-month
.
...
3-month
6-month
Eurodollar deposits 3-month'6

U.S. Treasury bills 2 - 6
Secondary market
14
3-month
.
15
6-month
16
1-year
Auction average
3-month
6-month
1-year

17
18
19

..

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
Constant maturities^
1-year
2-year
2!^-year8
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

..

..

Composite9
29 Over 10 years (long-term)
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
....
137
Baa
38
39

Aaa utility bonds13
New issues
Recently offered issues

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio
40 Preferred stocks . . . .
41 Common stocks

84



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. ..

26. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1982—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per annum
Week ending
Item

Mar. 12 Mar. 19 Mar. 26

Apr. 2

Apr. 9

Apr. 16 Apr. 23 Apr. 30

May 7

May 14 May 21

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds15 1 2
Commercial paper 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 -mo nth
1 1 3-month
12 6- month
13 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month16

14.35

14.89

14.48

14.99

15.15

14.68

15.01

14.72

15.53

14.97

14.67

13.71
13.50
13.17

14.26
13.99
13.62

13.80
13.76
13.46

14.64
14.29
13.86

14.47
14.19
13.74

14.65
14.24
13.78

14.24
13.94
13.53

14.04
13.79
13.46

14.25
13.81
13.36

13.98
13.46
13.01

13.78
13.37
12.94

13.35
12.69
12.62

13.95
12.92
12.92

13.51
12.88
12.84

14.44
13.20
13.16

14.35
13.34
13.24

14.45
13.33
13.19

13.91
13.10
12.96

13.85
13.03
12.90

13.88
13,01
12.90

13.70
12.84
12.74

13,50
12.75
12.60

13.51
13.10

13.90
13.45

13.75
13.36

14.18
13.69

14.13
13.59

14.08
13.61

13.85
13.41

13.73
13.33

13.61
13.17

13.31
12.84

13.23
12.82

13.85
13.92
13.92
14.41

14.31
14.40
14.42
14.99

14.07
14.20
14.23
14.95

14.68
14.70
14.69
15.31

14.54
14.56
14.54
15.28

14.61
14.60
14.57
15.43

14.36
14.34
14.31
15.25

14.17
14.21
14.25
14.85

14.30
14.16
14.09
14.91

14.14
13.82
13.73
14.43

13.93
13.76
13.68
14.58

12.47
12.55
12.30

12.85
12.89
12.58

12.72
12.78
12.50

13.32
13.17
12.76

13.10
13.06
12.69

12.77
12.92
12.59

12.39
12.61
12.38

12.42
12.57
12.30

12.54
12.59
12.29

12.38
12.37
12.11

11.90
11.97
11.83

12.058
12.064

12.909
12.962

12.553
12.673
12 509

13.399
13.243

12.893
12.802

12.849
12.899

12.497
12.719
12.731

12.469
12.640

12.675
12.780

12.248
12.236

12.189
12.187
12.194

13.73
14.04
14 10
13.94
13.82
13.80
13.80
13.77
13.54

14.08
14.30

14.32
14.51

14.02
13.87
13.82
13.78
13.47
13.28

13.71
13.96
13.85
13.95
13.87
13.83
13.73
13.46
13.27

13.49
13.81

14.21
14.00
13.90
13.85
13.51
13.31

13.86
14.09
14.10
14.09
13.85
13.76
13.69
13.39
13.19

13.75
13.99

14.47
14.34
14.30
14.15
13.92
13.70

14.20
14.40
14.35
14.36
14.25
14.21
14.13
13.88
13.66

14.07
14.27

14.19
14.04
13.96
13.90
13.76
13.54

14.01
14.18
14.30
14.18
14.03
13.96
13.86
13.69
13.48

13',73
13.69
13.67
13.53
13.37
13.17

13.18
13.71
13.65
13.71
13.72
13.69
13.57
13.48
13.24

12.97

12.99

12.91

13.17

13.10

12.79

12.69

12.73

12.71

12.58

12.66

11.90
13.50
12.71

11.90
13.70
12.99

11.90
13.70
13.04

11.90
13.70
13.13

12.30
13.70
12.99

11.70
13.30
12.54

11.20
13.00
12.29

11.20
12.78
11.97

11.20
12.75
12.04

11.00
12.60
11.82

11.00
12,40
11.96

15.64

15.70

15.64

15.73

15.70

15.59

15.42

15.40

15.43

15.28

15.32

14.55
15.18
16.08
16.74

14.55
15.26
16.15
16.84

14.53
15.14
16.07
16.79

14.66
15.18
16.14
16.91

14.68
15.10
16.09
16.89

14.53
14.91
15.96
16.80

14.31
14.81
15.85
16.69

14.31
14.75
15.82
16.70

14.36
14.86
15.76
16.72

14.22
14.70
15.65
16.54

14,23
14.76
15.68
16.62

Aaa utility bonds13
New issues
Recently offered issues

15 20
15.15

15.14

15.11

15.88
15.25

16.13
15.65

15.78
15.39

15.55
15.27

Vs'.ss

Vs'.29

' 15.31

15.22
15.17

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio14
40 Preferred stocks
41 Common stocks

12.95
6.36

12.99
6.38

12.71
6.17

13.15
6.22

12.89
6.01

13.01
6.00

12.92
6.01

12.76
5.94

12.72
5.91

12.50
5.83

12.48
6.05

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

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Constant maturities1
1-year
2-year 8
21^-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS

Composite9
29 Over 10 years (long-term)

. . . .

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




85

26. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1982—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per annum
Week ending

Item
May 28

June 4

13.70

13.43

June 11 June 18 June 25

July 2 1 July 9

July 16

July 23

July 30J Aug. 6

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds15 1 2
Commercial paper 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-month16

14.24

14.17

14.81

14.47

13.18

12.14

11.02

11.15

14.68
14.71
14.46

14.22
14.29
14.04

13.26
13.46
13.28

11.39
11.91
12.11

11.13
11.69
12.24

10.49
10.99
11.44

13.47
13.43
13.20

14.06
14.02
13.86

12.89
12.39
12.19

13.28
12.56
12.17

13.46
12.82
12.33

13.86
13.12
12.75

14.16
13.50
13.07

14.46
13.52
13.26

13.96
13.49
13.12

13.05
12.57
12.31

11.16
11.44
11.54

10.93
11.21
11.39

10.41
10.42
10.82

12.99
12.75

13.24
13.01

13.42
13.14

14.12
13.89

14.60
14.42

14.68
14.37

14.10
13.78

13.45
13.09

11.99
12.16

11.66
12.27

11.18
11.56

13.43
13.44
13.60
14.44

13.59
13.72
13.76
14.42

13.69
13.83
14.03
14.75

14.26
14.56
14.81
15.05

14.63
15.13
15.43
16.09

14.86
15.21
15.36
16.28

14.44
14.80
14.88
15.78

13.54
13.96
14.05
15.00

11.80
12.58
12.88
14.10

11.25
12.01
13.00
13.08

10.95
11.43
12.18
12.68

12.09
12.12
12.09

12.06
12.19
12.20

12.46
12.83
12.68

12.88
13.25
13.00

12.81
13.08
12.86

12.23
12.57
12.50

11.71
12.06
12.06

10.64
11.21
11.29

10.51
11.39
11.50

9.80
10.78
11.13

11.480
11.677

11.520
11.589

12.074
12.117

12.248
12.503
12.173

12.588
13.031

13.269
13.419

12.806
12.976

11.797
11.967
12.318

11.140
11.441

10.559
11.378

9.633
10.671

13.46
13.95
14.00
13.99
13.98
14.07
13.92
13.92
13.67

13.59
14.06

13'.53
13.66
13.67
13.58
13.44
13.27

12.73
13.34
13.45
13.72
13.89
13.93
13.85
13.69
13.49

12.32
12.99

14.49
14.48
14.47
14.30
14.06
13.79

13.46
14.00
14.00
14.08
14.10
14.06
13.93
13.73
13.53

12.50
13.20

lV.95
14.90
14.90
14.70
14.48
14.21

14.41
14.75
14.80
14.81
14.73
14.73
14.54
14.28
14.03

13.98
14.43

14.08
14.04
14.11
13.97
13.93
13.68

14.22
14.60
14.70
14.57
14.48
14.51
14.36
14.26
13.99

14.62
14.94

13'.7l'
13.74
13.78
13.66
13.53
13.29
12.72

13.08

13.09

13.40

13.59

13.42

13.25

12.98

12.69

12.87

12.67

11.00
12.75
11.99

11.00
12.40
12.13

11.70
12.75
12.40

11.90
12.80
12.63

11.60
13.00
12.62

11.60
13.20
12.58

11.55
13.20
12.47

11.40
13.15
12.36

11,40
13.15
12.01

11.40
13.15
11.97

11.40
12.75
11.87

15.35

15.52

15.62

15.76

15.99

15.96

15.90

15.76

15.54

15.58

15.44

14.21
14.76
15.71
16.69

14.50
14.98
15.80
16.80

14.62
15.09
15.92
16.85

14.79
15.22
16.08
16.92

15.10
15.52
16.31
17.03

15.07
15.50
16.29
16.95

14.96
15.44
16.29
16.88

14.65
15.27
16.28
16.82

14.32
15.01
16.13
16.70

14.39
15.04
16.09
16.78

14.22
14.91
15.95
16.69

15.20

t

13.37
13.23
13.00

13.00
13.63

Auction average
3-month
6-month
1-year

13.15
13.03
12.76

14.35
14.52
14.49

11.54
11.72
11.71

U.S. Treasury bills2' 6
Secondary market
14 3-month
15 6-month
16 1-year
17
18
19

13.60

15.39

15 92
15.59

16.11

16.19

16.03

15.88
15.80

15.70

15.33
15.26

15.47

15.16

12.60
6.09

12.43
6.15

12.91
6.33

12.97
6.35

13.30
6.26

13.20
6.29

13.35
6.43

13.29
6.24

13.00
6.19

12.55
6.38

12.36
6.48

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Constant maturities1
1-year
2-year
21^-year8
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year

Composite9
29 Over 10 years (long-term)

13'.26
13.62
13.69
13.63
13.48
13.28

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 issues
Recently offered issues

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio
40 Preferred stocks
41 Common stocks

86



14

26. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1982—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per annum
Week ending

Aug. 13 Aug. 20 Aug. 27 Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24

Oct. 1

Oct. 8

Oct. 15 j Oct. 22

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds 15 1 2
Commercial paper '
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- mo nth
11 3-month
12 6- month
13 Eurodollar deposits, 3 -month 16

10.90

10.11

9.04

10.15

10.14

10.27

10.31

10.12

10.77

9.60

9.53

10.70
11.23
11.67

8.80
9.38
9.98

8.17
9.12
10.10

9.58
10.10
10.84

9.99
10.29
10.95

10.17
10.64
11.20

9.88
10.37
10.76

9.86
10.17
10.45

9.95
10.14
10.17

8.73
8.82
8.73

8.63
8.70
8.67

10.55
10.52
10.77

8.51
9.07
9.45

7.93
8.64
8.94

9.52
9.44
9.47

9.97
9.70
9.65

10.09
9.79
9.74

9.79
9.67
9.67

9.77
9.42
9.42

9.80
9.28
9.28

8.50
8.31
8.31

8.39
8.24
8.25

11.18
11.54

9.61
10.14

9.54
10.35

10.12
10.99

10.33
10.96

10.68
11.11

10.47
10.68

10.16
10.33

10.09
10.00

8.90
8.76

8.78
8.79

11.00
11.63
12.37
12.69

9.40
9.77
10.65
11.58

9.04
" 9.73
10.86
10.36

9.98
10.42
11.64
11.26

10.15
10.58
11.64
11.53

10.53
10.94
11.81
11.94

10.21
10.73
11.31
11.93

10.08
10.43
10.86
11.61

10.15
10.46
10.62
11.59

9.10
9.16
9.19
10.55

8.96
9.02
9.14
10.03

U.S. Treasury bills2* 6
Secondary market
14 3-month
,..
15 6-month
16 1-year

9.70
10.70
11.06

7.88
9.17
9.71

7.50
8.99
9.68

8.31
9.59
10.12

8.34
9.63
10.09

8.03
9.57
10.12

7.53
9.21
9.77

7.52
8.85
9.51

7.93
8.86
9.24

7.48
7.82
8.19

7.54
7.93
8.28

17
18
19

Auction average
3-month
6-month
1-year

10.025
10.940
11.195

8.616
9.821

7.748
8.988

7.849
9.443

7.801
9.196

8.102
9.229
9.521

7.429
7.734

7.437
7.762

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Constant maturities1
1-year
2-year
2!^-year8
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year

8.604
9.746

8.565
9.605
10.286

8.161
9.704

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
11.12
11.93

12'.07
12.53
12.68
12.60
12.50
12.39

10.63
11.67
11.95
12.00
12.38
12.62
12.51
12.40
12.30

12.61

11.79

11.20
12.75
11.86

12.23
13.01
13.00
13.24
13.59
13.66
13.57
13.38
13.19

10.63
11.75

10.34
11.37

12.23
12.47
12.60
12.58
12.42
12.21

10.67
11.68
11.80
11.96
12.11
12.13
12.14
11.95
11.86

11.63

11.62

9.40
12.00
10.75

12. 25
12.54
12.77
12.69
12.48
12.38

11.05
11.90
12.05
12.16
12.43
12.63
12.58
12.39
12.25

11.64

11.76

10.80
12.20
10.82

9.30
11.75
10.38

9.40
12.00
10.74

15.43

14.91

14.60

14.56

14.14
14.92
15.95
16.71

13.48
14.29
15.63
16.26

13.15
13.97
15.41
15.86

13.20
14.00
15.32
15.73

Aaa utility bonds13
New issues
....
Recently offered issues

15.11

14.15
14.00

13.75
13.92

'l3'.88

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio14
40 Preferred stocks . . .
41 Common stocks

13.02
6.69

12.55
6.30

12.36
5.81

12.38
5.80

.

Composite*
29 Over 10 years (long-term)

11.60
11.74
11.77
11.78
11.65
11.76

10.05
10.95
11.10
11.19
11.29
11.32
11.33
11.35
11.56

10.27
10.46
10.55
10.57
10.62
10.87

8.89
9.80
10 20
10.28
10.50
10.63
10.67
10.77
10.93

11.30

11.18

10.94

10.20

10.27

10.00
12.00
10.74

10.00
11.50
10.58

10.00
11.25
10.48

9.30
10.70
9.75

8.25
10.20
9.25

8.80
10.40
9.69

14.43

14.43

14.25

14.09

13.91

13.40

13.35

13.03
13.87
15.18
15.63

13.08
13.80
15.13
15.72

12.83
13.57
14.95
15.65

12.66
13.44
14.84
15.40

12.49
13.29
14.66
15.21

11.94
12.86
14.29
14.53

11.95
12.80
14.16
14.48

13.93
13.87

13.60
13.67

13.14
13.28

13.31
13.30

12.35
12.43

11.87
12.22

11.94
12.06

12.42
5.61

12.44
5.52

12.47
5.54

12.35
5.66

12.21
5.46

11.60
5.03

11.55
4.93

11.10
12.01

8.82
9.80

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series10
30 Aaa . . . .
31 Baa
....
32 Bond Buyer series11
CORPORATE BONDS
33 Seasoned issues, all industries12 . . . .
Hating group
34 Aaa
35 Aa
36 A
37 Baa
38
39




87

26. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1982—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per annum
Week ending
Item

Oct. 29

Nov. 5

Nov. 12

Nov. 19

Nov. 26

Dec. 3

Dec. 10

Dec. 17

Dec. 24

Dec. 31

9.44

9.43

9.45

9.61

8.91

8.69

8.84

8.86

8.69

8.79

8.74
8.86
8.93

8.68
8.74
8.71

8.73
8.75
8.76

8.88
8.87
8.89

8.34
8.45
8.50

8.55
8.61
8.69

8.44
8.46
8.50

8.51
8.52
8.50

8.48
8.44
8.41

8.69
8.52
8.45

8.57
8.36
8.36

8.53
8.40
8.40

8.69
8.43
8.43

8.71
8.55
8.56

8.11
8.18
8.28

8.42
8.38
8.43

8.29
8.21
8.31

8.38
8.14
8.14

8.36
8.08
8.08

8.34
8.12
8.10

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds 15
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
2 3
Bankers acceptances 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-month16

8.93
8.99

8.75
8.70

8.81
8.81

8.91
8.88

8.55
8.58

8.64
8.78

8.53
8.54

8.54
8.50

8.50
8.41

8.54
8.40

9.01
9.14
9.42
9.95

8.87
8.96
9.08
9.81

8.90
9.01
9.18
9.73

9.06
9.19
9.31
9.93

8.55
8.69
8.91
9.70

8.55
8.79
9.09
9.76

8.53
8.67
8.84
9.48

8.66
8.70
8.80
9.56

8.60
8.59
8.73
9.56

8.81
8.57
8.65
9.36

U.S. Treasury bills2- 6
Secondary market
14 3-month
15 6-month
16
1-year

7.93
8.39
8.58

7.78
8.24
8.36

8.07
8.39
8.47

8.31
8.41
8.49

7.94
8.18
8.35

8.14
8.47
8.53

7.96
8.30
8.36

7.80
8.04
8.15

7.91
8.04
8.14

8.01
8.07
8.11

8.031
8.472

7.813
8.231
8.567

7.964
8.397

8.446
8.539

7.944
8.109

8.280
8.511
8.372

7.956
8,254

7.995
8.205

7.857
8.104

7.975
8.051
8.095

17
18
19

Auction average
3-month
6-month
1-year

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Constant maturities1
1-year
2-year
21^-year8
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS

9".95
10.26
10.48
10.56
10.56
10.51

9'.88
10.22
10.55
10.56
10.71
10.59

8.75
9.52
9.65
9.79
10.15
10.40
10.43
10.66
10.45

10.41

10.32

10.37

10.35

10.26

9.40
10.70
10.16

9.24
10.60
10.23

9.24
10.40
10.13

9.40
11.00
10.05

9.40
11.00
9.84

9.40
11.00
•9.56

13.06

13.02

13.05

13.00

13.03

13.07

12.98

11.70
12.52
13.80
14.23

11.67
12.50
13.73
14.17

11.83
12.49
13.72
14.16

11.79
12.40
13.68
14.11

11.82
12.48
13.67
14.15

11.91
12.49
13.67
14.20

11.82
12.40
13.58
14.11

1 1 .76

1 1 .88

11.80
11.90

11.95'

11.85
11.84

11.82
11.95

11.96

11.85

11.08
4.84

11.20
4.94

11.15
5.10

10.71
4.92

11.25
4.82

11.28
5.09

11.35
4.96

11.39
4.87

9'.92
10.21
10.46
10.52
10.52
10.47

10.22

10.23

9.30
10.80
9.92

9.70
10.80
10.20

13.14

13.08

11.68
12.53
13.92
14.44

11.62
12.49
13.80
14.39

12.20
12.15

11.72
11.92

11.46
5,05

11.29
4.79

9.96
10.44
10.54
10.53
10.56
10.46

10.03

10.11

9.40
10.75
10.05

9.40
10.85
9.96

13.40
12.00
12.86
14.15
14.57

10.52
10.73
10.84
10.87
10.97
11.16
10.44

'

Composite9
29 Over 10 years (long-term)

9.03
9.68
9.85
9.96
10.34
10.48
10.48
10.55
10.70

9.06
9.80

8.83
9.62
9.70
9.84
10.23
10.50
10.56
10.56
10.59

9.07
9.76

9.26
9.89
9.90
10.04
10.31
10.58
10.69
10.69
10.64

9.23
9.86
9.90
10.01
10.51
10.56
10.56
10.56
10.47

9.26
9.93

9.19
9.80

8.80
9.57

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 issues
Recently offered issues

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio
40 Preferred stocks
41 Common stocks




...
14

27. Stock market—Selected statistics, 1982
A. Stock prices and trading
Averages of daily figures
Series

1
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
9
10

Common stock prices
New York Stock Exchange
(Dec. 31, 1965 - 50)
Total
Industrial
Transportation .
...
Utility
Finance
Standard & Poor's Corporation
(1941-43) = 10)
Total
Industrial
. . ,
Public utility
Transportation (1970 = 10) . . . .
Financial (1970 = 10)

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

68 93
78 18
60 41
39.75
71 99

67.91
76 85
6204
39.30
70 99

66 16
74 78
5909
38.32
70 50

63.86
71 51
55.19
38.57
69.08

66.97
75 59
57.91
39.20
71.44

67.07
75 97
56.84
39.40
69.16

63.10
71 59
53.07
37.34
63.19

62.82
71 37
53.40
37.20
61.59

6291
70 98
53 98
38.19
62 84

70 21
80 08
61 39
40.36
69 66

76 10
86 67
66 64
42 67
80 59

79 75
90 76
71 92
43.46
88 66

80 30
92 00
73 40
4293
86 22

119 71 117 28 114 50 110.84 116 31 116 35 109 70 109 38 109 65 122 43 132 66 138 10 139 37
133 59 131 22 127- 56 122.97 129.19 129.68 122.61 122.49 122 29 137 09 148" 11 153 90 156 02
54.90 "51.17 51.39 52.83 54.25 54.88 52.13 51.87 53.34 56.48 61 00 60.08 59 33
19.78 20.05 18.95 18.19 18.71 18.50 17.21 17.22 17.53 20.27 23.40 23.52 23.84
14.30 13.95 14.19 14.15 14.59 13.81 12.45 12.07 12.38 13.72 15.97 17.46 16.90

11 American Stock Exchange
(Aug. 31, 1973 = 50), total1

141.31 148.25 137.55 127.54 135.58 136.44 127.36 125.32 126.77 143.11 154.37 166.77 166.68

Volume of trading
(thousands of shares)
12 New York Stock Exchange
13 American Stock Exchange .

64,868 48,419 51,169 55,227 54,116 51,328 50,481 54,530 76,031 73,710 98,508 88,431 76,463
5,283 4,497 4,400 4,329 3,937 4,292 3,720 3,611 5,567 5,064 7,828 8,672 7,475

B. Customer financing
End-of-period balances, millions of dollars
Series
1 Regulated margin credit at
brokers-dealers2

Jan.

Feb.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

13,441 13,023 12,095 12,202 12,237 11,783 11,729 11,396 11,208 11,728 12,459 13,325

Margin stocks3
Convertible bonds
Subscription issues

13,190
249
2

12,770
251
2

MEMO: Free credit balances
at brokers4
5 Margin accounts
6 Cash accounts

3,455
6 575

3,755
6 595

2
3
4

Mar.

1 1 ,840 1 1 ,950 1 1 ,990 11,540
249
251
246
242
1
1
1
6

3,895
6510

4,145
6,270

4,175
6,355

4,215
6,345

1 1 ,470 11,150 10,950
258
257
245
1
1
1

1 1 ,450 12,170
211
288
1
1

12,980
344
1

4,410
6,730

4,470
7,550

4,990
7,475

5,520
8 120

5,600
8 395

5,375
8 390

C. Margin-account debt at brokers
Percentage distribution, end of period
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

100.0

Series
1 Total

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

44 0
22 0
15 0
8.0
60
5.0

39.0
240
160
10.0
6.0
5.0

34.0
25 0
18 0
10.0
7.0
6.0

400
240
15 0
9.0
60
5.0

43.0
21 0
160
9.0
60
5.0

44.0
23 0
13 0
9.0
60
5.0

5

2
3
4
5
6
7

By equity class
Less than 40 percent
40-49
50-59
60-69
70-79
80 percent or more

37 0
240
160
11.0
70
5.0

30 0
260
18 0
12.0
80
6.0

27 0
26 0
20 0
12.0
80
7.0

21 0
240
220
16 0
90
8.0

200
21 0
25 0
15.0
100
9.0

21 0
240
240
14.0
90
8.0

D. Special miscellaneous-account balances at brokers6
End of period
Item
1 Total balances
(millions of dollars)
Distribution by equity status
(percent)
2 Net credit status
Debit status, by equity
3 60 percent or more
4 Less than 60 percent




Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

26,080 26,850 28,030 28,252

May

June

July

28,521

29,798

29,773

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

31,102 31,644 33,689 34,909 35,598

58.0

58.0

59.0

57.0

58.0

59.0

59.0

60.0

61.0

61.0

62.0

62.0

31.0
11.0

30.0
12.0

28.0
13.0

29.0
13.0

29.0
13.0

28.0
13.0

26.0
14.0

28.0
12.0

27.0
12.0

29.0
10.0

29.0
9.0

29.0
9.0

89

28. Selected assets and liabilities of savings institutions
A. Savings and loan associations
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Account

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

19 80

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

476 334 447,187 478,981 480,078 479,993 481,093 482,925 487,181 492,129 496,785 500,308 503,192

3 Cash and investment
securities'
4 Other

48,302
57 314

50,024
58232

50,790
59526

50,491
60,361

52,613
60,565

52,585
60,984

52,372
61,622

53,573
62,957

53,702
64,006

56,442
65,214

57,628
66,783

57,928
69,592

5 Liabilities and net worth . 581,950 585,443 589,297 590,930 593,171 594,662 596,919 603,711 609,837 618,441 624,719 630,712
6 Savings capital
7 Borrowed money
8 FHLBB
9 Other
10 Loans in process
1 1 Other

472,098 473,743 478,207 478,538 481,599 486,956 489,210 491,758 497,438 501,372 503,917 511,636
55097 55,141 57,217 57,285 55,233 54,844 53,517 55,460 58,489 60,806 62,154 64,586
40 364 40 337 42 413 42 724 41,529 40,613 39,882 41,005 42,547 44,325 45,505 47 045
14733 14,804 14,804 14,561 13,710 14,231 13,635 14,455 15,942 16,481 16,649 17,541
7,105
8,231
7,531
7,025
8,640
8 146
8 838
8 338
7 721
7,180
8 806
8 767
. . . . 13 201 15 312 12587 14,178 16,153 12,907 14,293 16,188 12,779 14,585 16,580 12394

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^

15 560

16 744

15 843

14 195

13 931

15,368

18,020

20,278

20,311

19,077

17,979

16 102

19 81

1 Assets

632,130 635,361 637,862 639,866 645,739 647,857 649,985 653,236 655,903 659,351 660,620 664,167

2 Mortgages

504 474 505 736 507 615 510033 512 304 515,422 517,177 518,373 518,985 519 458 519 353 518 547

3 Cash and investment
securities1
, ...
4 Other

57 846
69,810

58 829
70,796

58 920
71,327

57,366
72,467

59,572
73,863

58,165
74,270

58,032
74,776

59,177
75,686

59,806
77,112

61,823
78,070

61,706
79,561

63,123
82,497

5 Liabilities and net worth . 632,130 635,361 637,862 639,866 645,739 647,857 649,985 653,236 655,903 659,351 660,620 664,167
513,743 516,179 520,130 517,044 518,703 518,735 515,002 513,566 515,887 519,712 520,225 525,061
62,998 62,298 64,217 67,713 70,022 74,718 79,519 83,245 87,240 85,845 85,966 88,782
46,629 46,360 47,316 49,607 51,064 53,836 57,188 60,025 61,857 62,000 61,922 62,794
16 369 15,938 16,901 18,106 18,958 20,882 22,331 23,220 25,383 23,845 24,044 25,988
7,750
7 364
7,993
7051
6769
7 814
7 737
6471
7 821
7 979
8 101
6 385
14,160 16,080 13,126 15,018 17,167 14,857 16,712 18,560 15,537 17,607 19,212 15,544

6 Savings capital
7 Borrowed money
8 FHLBB
9 Other
10 Loans in process
1 1 Other
12 Net worth 2

33,128

32,990

32,652

32,270

31,868

31,554

31,002

30,501

30,188

29,418

28,746

28,395

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

IS 82

667,923 672,219 678,365 681,696 687,273 692,759 697,690 703,399 691,077 692,549 697,189 706,045

1 Assets
2 Mortgages

. 517,689 516,488 516,111 514,702 514,046 512,997 510,678 509,776 493,899 489,923 488,614 482,234

3 Cash and investment
securities'
4 Other

64 457
85 777

66 949
88 782

68 125
94 129

68 227 70 302 70,824 72,854 74 141 74,692 75 638 78 122 84 767
98 767 102 925 108 938 114,158 119 482 122 486 126 988 130 453 139 044

5 Liabilities and net worth . 667,923 672,219 678,365 681,696 687,273 692,759 697,690 703,399 691,077 692,549 697,189 706,045
6
7
8
9
10
11

Savings capital
Borrowed money
FHLBB
Other
Loans in process
Other

. .

527,071 529,756 536,265 533,595 535,215 538,667 539,830 542,648 547,628 547,112 548,439 566,189
88,783 89,146 90,689 93,560 94,117 96,850 98,433 98,803 99,771 100,881 102,948 97,979
62 581 62 690 63 636 65 347 65 216 66,925 67,019 66 374 65,567 65 015 64 202 63 861
26 202 26 456 27 053 28 213 28 901 29 925 31 414 32 429 34 204 35 866 38 746 34 118
7,250
8,084
8,484
7,491
8,967
9,934
6,568
6,766
7,116
6265
6,161
6418
18 288 20 078 18 505 21 948 25 756 24,67 1 27,375 29 965 19,202 20 018 21 048 15 720

12 Net worth2

27 516

27 078 26488

26,025

25,419

25,455

24,802

24,492

24,476

24,538

24,754

26 157

13 MEMO: Mortgage loan
commitments
outstanding3

15,131

15,397

16,375

16,622

16,828

15,924

16,943

17,256

18,407

19,682

18,054

90



15,582

28. Selected assets and liabilities of savings institutions—Continued
B. Mutual savings banks1
Millions of dollars, end of period
Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1982

1 Assets
Loans
Mortgage
Other
Securities
4 U.S. government2
5 State and local government
6 Corporate and other3 . . .
7 Cash
8 Other assets

175,938 175,763 174,776 174,813 174,952 175,225 175,683 172,901 173,487 172,908 172,287

9 Liabilities

2
3

10 Deposits 4
11 Regular
12
Ordinary savings . . . .
13
Time and other
14 Other
15 Other liabilities
16 General reserve accounts . .
17 MEMO: Mortgage loan
commitments
outstanding5

174 197

99,788
15 029

98,838
15 604

97,464
16 514

97,160
16424

96,334
17 409

96,364
16 721

96,282
17 128

94,498
16 939

94,382
17 458

94,261
17 035

94,017
16 702

94,091
16 957

9,991

9,966

10,072

10,146

9,968

10 217

10,058

9,675

9 404

9 219

9 456

9 743

2,290
37,849
5,210
5 781

2,293
37,781
5,412
5,869

2,276
37,379
5,219
5 852

2,269
37,473
5,494
5 846

2,259
37,486
5,469
6027

2 240
36,612
6074
6997

2,236
36,651
6225
7 104

2,201
35,937
6460
7 192

2 191
35,845
6 695
7 514

2 505
35,599
6 749
7 540

2 496
36,113
6291
7 572

2 470
36,161
6 919
7 855

175,938 175,763 174,776 174,813 174,952 175 225 175,683 172,901 173 487 172 908 172 287

174 197

154,843 154,626 154,022 153,187 153,354 154 392 154,314 152,014 153 089 152 210 151 304
152 801 152 616 151 979 151 021 151 253 152 167 151 969 149 736 150 795 149 928 149 167
48,898 48,297 48,412 47,733 47,895 47,977 47,580 49,901 47,496 48,520 49,208
90,027 104,170 103,567 103,288 103,358 104,191 104,389 102,835 103,299 101,408 99,959
2,042
2,010
2,345
2,043
2,161
2,278
2,101
2,294
2,225
2,137
2,283
11 280 11 464 11 132 12 141 12 246 11 264 11 926 11 671 11 166 11 556 11 893
9,814
9,622
9,485
9,352
9,672
9,443
9,232
9,141
9,570
9,216
9,089

155 196
152 777
46,862
96,369
2,419
8 336
9,235

916

950

978

953

998

1 010

992

1 056

1 217

1 281

1 400

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

1 285

28. Selected assets and liabilities of savings institutions—Continued
C. Life insurance companies
Millions of dollars, end of period
Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

June

Dec.

19 51

1 Assets
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Securities
Government 1
United States .
State and local
Foreign2
Business
Bonds
Stocks

9 Mortgages
10 Real estate
1 1 Policy loans
12 Other assets

482,597 485,884 491,240 494,655 498,951 502,355 506,628 509,882 513,555 519,498 523,866 525,803
22,428 23,216 23,314 22,893 23,379 23,380 23,417 23,808 23,915 24,387 25,145 25,209
7,192
8,167
6,960
7,278
7,484
8,105
6447
6,631
6,952
7,147
7,111
7 206
7,044
6,909
6,916
6,946
7,135
7,172
6,745
6,832
6,956
7,151
6,817
6,950
9,541
9,679
9,359
9,584
9,768
9,869
9,276
9,472
9,891
9,252
9,312
9,236
241,074 241,807 244,097 245,756 247,443 249,236 251,169 251,041 252,105 255,637 256,881 255,769
194 870 195 304 196 645 198 321 199,832 201 ,929 203,743 204,859 207,048 209,007 209,639 208,099
46 204 46 503 47 452 47 435 47,611 47 307 47,426 46,182 45,057 46,630 47,242 47,670
131 623 132,373 132 917 133,462 133,934 134,659 135,168 135,653 136,036 136,777 137,275 137,747
15,361 15,539 15,870 16,058 16,293 16,467 16,817 16,973 17,105 17,613 17,819 18,278
41,985 42,564 43,211 43,750 44,273 44,939 45,566 46,253 47,042 47,732 48,246 48,706
30 126 30,385 31 831 32,736 33,629 33,674 34,491 36,154 37,352 37,352 38,499 40,094
1982

1 Assets
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Securities
Government
United States'
State and local
Foreign2
Business
Bonds
Stocks

9 Mortgages
10 Real estate
1 1 Policy loans
12 Other assets




529,094 531,166 535,402 539,801 543,470 547,075 551,124 557,094 563,321 571,902 578,200 584,311
25,916 26,208 26,955 27,346 27,835 28,243 28,694 30,263 30,759 31,791 32,682 34,558
8,771
9,576
9,019
9,832 10,187 10,403 10,774 12,214 12,606 13,538 14,370 16,072
7,834
7,871
8,094
7,799
7,935
7,643
7 302
7 469
7,705
7,543
7 247
7 369
9,887 10,010 10,045 10,105 10,197 10,215 10,250 10,319 10,382 10,377 10,392
9,898
264,107 265,080 267,627 270,029 273,539 279,918 283,650 283,799
259,379 259,449 259,770 262,599
212 017 213,180 213 683 215,586 217,594 219,006 221,503 221,642 223,783 226,879 229,101 228,220
47,362 46,269 46,087 47,013 46,513 46,074 46,124 48,387 49,756 53,039 54,549 55,579
138 210 138,372 138 762 139,206 139,455 139,539 140,044 140,244 140,404 140,678 140,956 141,919
18 409 18 702 19 167 19 516 19,713 19,959 20,198 20,176 20,268 20,293 20,480 21,019
49,059 49,490 50,052 50,573 50,992 51,438 51,867 52,238 52,525 52,751 52,916 53,114
38,121 38,945 40,696 40,561 41,368 42,816 42,694 44,144 45,826 46,471 47,516 49,902

91

28. Selected assets and liabilities of savings institutions—Continued
D. Credit unions
Millions of dollars, end of period
Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov,

Dec.

1981

1 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

60,611

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

39 181
21 430

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
26,082
22,559
65,852
36 299

49 009
26,325
22 684
67,339
37 024

49,186
26,410
22,776
67,160
36,882

49697
26,744
22953
67,740
37 241

50 271
27,133
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

50 631
27,508
23 123
67,981
37 261

42 333
27 096
15 237
54 152
35 250

29,383

29,553

30,315

30,278

30,499

30,699

30,514

30,230

30,584

30,610

30,720

18 902

1982

1 Total assets/liabilities
and capital

60,847

61,594

63,176

63,375

64,396

65,563

65,802

66,271

67,330

68,157

68,876

69,572

2 Federal
3 State

39 301
21 546

39 858
21,736

40 922
22,254

41,022
22,353

41 676
22,720

42 504
23,059

42,736
23,066

43 107
23,164

48 836
23,494

44,388
23,769

44 986
23 890

45 483
24 089

4 Loans outstanding
5 Federal
6 State
7 Savings
8 Federal (shares) . .
9 State (shares and
deposits) .

41,996
26 909
15 087
54 575
35 5^2

41,751
26 758
14,993
55 203
35,962

41,848
26 825
15,023
56 787
36,992

41,767
26 771
14,996
57 090
37,235

41,799
26 780
15,019
57 857
37,727

42,149
26 998
15,151
59 046
38,489

42,277
27,066
15,211
59,357
38,736

42,782
27 420
15,362
59,593
38,943

43,063
27 671
15,392
60 620
39,689

42,971
27 648
15,323
61 829
40,535

42 995
27 728
15,267
62 673
41,076

43
27
15
62
41

19043

19,241

19,795

19,855

20,130

20,557

20,621

20,650

20931

21,294

21 597

21 636

92




223
941
282
977
341

29. Federal fiscal and financing operations
Millions of dollars
Type of account or operation

Fiscal

Calendar year 1982

1982
1
2
3
4
5

U.S, budget
Receipts'
Outlays1
Surplus or deficit ( — )
Trust funds
Federal funds 2

Off-budget entities
Surplus, or deficit (-)
6
Federal Financing Bank outlays
7
Other3
..

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 ( — )
.
....
Other5

MEMO
12 Treasury operating balance (level, end of period) . . .
13 Federal Reserve Banks
14 Tax and loan accounts

Year

HI

617,776
608,821
728,375
739,529
-110,609 -130,706
5,456
11,090
-116,065 -141,797

-14,142
-3,190

H2

Jan.

322,485
286,337
348,683
390,847
-26,198 -104,508
17,649
-6,559
-43,848 -97,949

-12,865
-2,040

-7,941
226

-127,940 -145,611

-4,924
-2,266

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

55,269
45,930
9,339
10,799
-1,460

43,042
57,822
-14,780
-1,892
-12,888

45,291
63,546
-18,255
966
-19,221

75,777
66,073
9,704
626
9,077

-1,241
11

-435
222

-601
83

-1,153
160

8,109

-14,993

-18,773

8,711

134,993

161,364

-33,913 -111,698
41,755

119,609

9,783

10,693

12,305

2,527

-11,911
4,858

-9,464
-6,287

-408
-7,433

-9,056 -13,371
1,146 -4,521

4,973
-673

7,035
-567

-11,256
19

29,164
10,795
18,189

19,773
5,033
14,740

10,999
4,099
6,900

20,668
3,835
16,833

13,001
2,866
10,135

28,740
12,239
16,501

19,773
5,033
14,740

24,710
8,285
16,425

Calendar year 1982
May
1
2
3
4
5

U.S. budget
Receipts '
Outlays1
Surplus ordeficit(-)
Trust funds
Federal funds2

Off-budget entities
Surplus, or deficit ( - )
6 Federal Financing Bank outlays
7
Other3
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 (-) 4 . .
11
Other5
MEMO
12 Treasury operating balance (level, end of period)
13 Federal Reserve Banks
14 Tax and loan accounts
....




36.753
55^683
-18,930
1,958
-20,888

June

Aug .

Sept .

Oct .

Nov.

Dec.

66.353
44.675
44.924
59.694
40.539
42,007
54,498
59^629
64^506
59,628
61,403
66^708
66,166
72,436
6,724 -19,831 -14,704 -1,708 -26,169 -24,159 -17,938
5,192 -6,171 - 1 997
10 246 -6,269 -5,750
3,382
1,532 - 13,660 - 12,707 - 11,954 - 19,899 -18,409 -21,320

-2,459
-34

-2,052
-216

-21,424

4,457

3,187
3,260
15,700 -3,489
2,537 -4,228
7,947
2,540
5,407

July

10,999
4,099
6,900

-939
-192

- 1,336
-711

-20,962 -16,751
14,348
1,061
5,553
10,398
3,275
7,123

- 1,371
-1,495

-559
-127

-198
33

-4,575 -26,462 -24,845 -18,103

21,086
22,129
2,338 -20,648
-6,673
3,094
8,019
3,234
4,785

-521
226

29,164
10,975
18,189

6,228
13,964
6,270
14,078
2,309
11,769

25,923
29,895
7,231 -13,002
1,211
-8,309
5,210
2,247
2,963

19,773
5,033
14,740

93

30. U.S. budget
A. Receipts
Millions of dollars
Calendar year 1982
Source
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

7
8

608,821

55,269

43,042

45,291

75,777

36,753

66,353

296,241
265,142
37
86,217
55,155

32,646
20,810
0
12,000
163

21,007
23,882
4
1,608
4,487

13,391
23,307
11
4,329
14,255

41,672
22,699
6
35,282
16,315

9,576
20,965
7
1,183
12,580

32,273
21,912
4
11,774
1,417

634,967
19,494
202,361
173,865
7,534
16,665
4,299

3,212
738
14,575
13,085
530
604
357

3,055
1,763
15,109
12,495
539
1,734
342

8,435
1,525
18,752
17,740
488
130
395

9,032
1,690
21,593
14,642
4,470
2,120
362

2,159
957
20,483
14,650
502
5,004
327

11,943
1,354
17,572
16,189
828
217
336

34,080
8,609
7,652
15,873

3,087
696
615
1,176

2,908
644
866
1,215

3,182
812
787
1,457

2,732
704
582
1,152

2,848
683
613
1,349

2,768
771
745
1,634

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

....

44,675

44,924

59,694

40,539

42,007

54,498

....

. .

...
. ..

1 All sources'
2 Individual income taxes net
3
Withheld
4
Presidential Election Campaign Fund
5
Nonwithheld
6
Refunds

23,987
23,769
4
2,233
2,019

20,867
20,521
1
1,529
1,185

32,592
21,814
0
11,429
651

20,832
19,541
0
1,791
500

22,452
22,079
0
1,153
779

24,946
23,843
0
1,906
804

2,445
1,844
14,874
13,860
-649
1,292
370

1,694
1,271
17,961
14,823
0
2,743
396

8,118
1,972
15,608
14,283
790
167
368

2,371
2,832
15,157
14,036
36
762
324

1,630
2,310
14,902
12,924
0
1,629
349

9,402
1,238
15,774
15,138
0
264
373

2,774
773
624
1,042

2,828
747
681
1,418

2,732
688
595
1,333

2,623
675
500
1,211

2,925
692
472
1,243

2,674
724
572
1,643

...
...

Corporation income taxes
Gross receipts
Refunds

...
..

9 Social insurance taxes and contributions net
10 Payroll employment taxes and contributions^
1 1 Self- employment taxes and contributions^
12 Unemployment insurance
1 3 Other net receipts4

...
...

14 Excise taxes
,
15 Customs deposits
16 Estate and gift taxes
1 7 Miscellaneous receipts^ . . . . .

...
...

Calendar year 1982

1

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^
1 1 Self-employment taxes and contributions3
12 Unemployment insurance
13 Other net receipts4
14
15
16
17

Excise taxes
Customs deposits
Estate and gift taxes
Miscellaneous receipts5

94



.

...

.

.

.

30. U.S. budget—Continued
B. Outlays
Millions of dollars
Calendar year 1982
Source
Year

National defense
International affairs .
General science space and technology
Enerev
....
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 security
Veterans benefits and services
Administration of justice
General government

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

17 General-purpose fiscal assistance
18 Net interest
19 Undistributed offsetting receipts^

....

Apr.

May

45,930

57,821

63,545

63,073

55,684

59,628

193,573
9,589
7,273
5,004
12,580

14,131
759
496
383
933

14,578
555
568
446
651

16,436
1,796
617
519
1,017

16,385
1,111
532
511
1,148

15,204
559
613
486
849

16,419
402
543
601
1,041

2,701
849
1,465
591
2,160

1,163
-259
2,166
439
2,198

2,621
-235
1,241
488
1,952

949
1,178
1,867
523
2,304

-400
-129
1,425
457
1,996

53
4
1,752
557
1,997

76,291
246,561
24,106
4,707
4,723

.

Mar.

20,347
3,654
20,601
7,242
24,793

..

Feb.

739,524

1 All types'
2
3
4
5
6

Jan.

5,711
7,370
763
340
210

5,841
20,345
1,911
381
549

6,578
22,074
2,273
478
692

6,298
21,912
3,239
419
123

6,019
20,269
753
364
433

6,772
20,812
1,927
353
393

6,477
86,831
-14,823

1,451
6,406
-789

129
7,559
-1,399

13
6,472
-1,487

1,176
7,431
-1,033

352
7,403
-969

204
6,612
-814

|

June

Calendar year 1982
July

2
3
4
5
6

National defense
.
International affairs
General science, space and technology . .
Energy
Natural resources and environment
...

7
8
9
10

Agriculture
....
Commerce and housing credit
,
Transportation
Community and regional development

12
13
14
15
•16

Health
Income security
Veterans benefits and services
Administration of justice
General government

17 General-purpose fiscal assistance
18 Net interest
19 Undistributed offsetting receipts2




. . .

. . . .

,
.

...

...
. ..
. ..

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

64,505

1 All types1

59,629

61,402

66,709

66,164

72,436

16,757
460
552
171
1,161

15,318
395
620
256
1,172

16,983
1,435
519
71
1,311

16,283
1,027
603
694
1,137

16,937
45
771
504
1,100

18,141
1,044
838
362
1,060

831
996
1,608
502
1,838

707
-385
1,836
675
2,408

1,044
-402
2,054
708
1,696

2,029
1,119
1,745
946
2,167

3,322
-52
1,876
718
2,058

5,326
968
1,567
638
2,019

6,275
22,385
3,099
376
207

6,356
20,346
997
427
630

6,499
21,612
1,928
401
365

6,403
22,186
1,945
368
146

6,644
22,987
2,069
419
524

6,895
24,263
3,202
382
451

1,165
7,099
-977

38
8,576
-743

32
6,685
-1,539

1,558
7,508
-1,155

302
8,469
-2,529

58
6,611
-1,389

j Nov.

Dec.

95

31. Federal debt subject to statutory limit—Types and ownership, 1982
Billions of dollars

Mar. 31

June 30

Sept. 30

Dec. 31

1 Federal debt outstanding

1,066.4

1,084.7

1,147.0

1,201.9

2 Public debt securities
3 Held by public
4 Held by agencies
5 Agency securities
6 Held by public
7 Held by agencies

1 061 3
858.9
2024
51
39
12

1 079 6
8679
211 7
50
39
11

1 142 0
925.6
216 4
50
37
13

1 197 1
987 7
2094
48
37
1 i

Item

.

1,062.2

1,080.5

1,142.9

1,197.9

9 Public debt securities
10 Other debt1

1 0607
1.5

1 0790
1.5

1 141 4
1.5

1 196 5
14

1 1 MEMO* Statutory debt limit

1,079.8

1 143 1

1,143.1

1 290 2

8 Debt subject to statutory limit

32. Gross public debt of the U.S. Treasury—Types and ownership, 19821
Billions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Type and holder

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1,038.4 1,048.2 1,061.3 1,065.7 1,071.7 1,079.6 1,089.6 1,109.2 1,142.0 1,142.8 1,161.7 1,197.1

1 Total gross public debt
2
3
4
5
6

Feb.

Type
Interest- bearing debt
Marketable
Bills
Notes
Bonds

1,032.7 1,042.2 1,059.8 1,064.5 1,066.4 1,078.4 1,083.3 1,108.1 1,140.9 1,136.8 1,160.5 1,195.5
801.4
726.5
824.4 824.7 852.5 881 5
764.0 774.1
755.7
737.5 752.6
755.8
2560 2620 273 1 277 9 283 9 293 5 311 8
250.6 254 0 256 2 254 9 256 1
374.4
382.1 395.0 399.7
398.4 406.9 411.1 457.4 442.9 438.1
454.2 4650
101 1
1009 103 6 102 7
101 0
101 2
101 6 101 4
101 4
101 3
104 6
104 7

Nonmarketable2
State and local
government series
Foreign issues3
....
Government .
. . ..
Public
Savings bonds and notes . . . .
Government-account series4 . .

306.1

304.7

307.2

308.7

310.7

314.4

309.2

306.7

316.5

312.2

308.0

314.0

22 7
18.9
14.8
4.1
67.8
196.4

22 7
18.4
14.3
4.1
67.6
195.7

23 2
19.6
15.6
4.1
67.4
196.7

23 2
19.4
15.4
4.1
67.3
198.5

23 4
18.4
14.8
3.6
67.3
201.3

23 4
17.5
13.8
3.6
67.4
206.0

23 4
16.6
13.6
3.1
67.4
201.5

23 5
15.6
12.5
3.1
67.4
119.9

23 6
146
12.2
24
67.5
210.5

23 8
14.6
12.2
2.4
67.8
205.7

25 0
14.9
12.5
2.4
68.1
199.9

25 7
14 7
13.0
17
68.0
205.4

5.7

6.0

1.5

1.1

5.3

1.2

1.1

1.1

1.2

6.0

1.2

16

Holder*
15 U.S. government agencies
and trust funds
16 Federal Reserve Banks

202.8
127.7

201 1
125.4

202.5
126.6

2043
134.3

2067
129.4

211.7
127.0

206.7
129.4

205 8
132.9

216.4
134.4

211.0
132.1

2039
137.7

2094
139.3

17 Private investors
18 Commercial banks
19 Mutual savings banks
20 Insurance companies
21 Other corporations
22 State and local governments

...

707.3
111.4
5.4
19.5
37.9
86.2

720.8
111.8
5.4
18.7
37.5
86.2

733.3
114.3
5.8
19.8
37.5
88.3

727.1
110.1
5.6
21.2
36.5
88.5

735.2
109.4
5.7
21.5
38.8
91.8

740.9
117.0
5.7
22.2
38.9
91.2

7496
110.0
5.6
22.6
39.9
88.7

n.a.

781 2
117.8
n.a.
34.7
n.a.
110.4

n.a.

n.a.

848 4
131.4
n.a
34.8
n.a.
n.a.

Individuals
Savings bonds
Other securities
Foreign and international6 7
Other miscellaneous investors . . .

67.9
76.2
142.0
160.7

67.7
77.0
140.6
174.5

67.5
79.0
140.8
180.3

67.3
78.4
139.4
180.0

67.4
78.8
138.9
182.9

67.4
78.8
141.9
177.8

67.4
79.0
143.3
193.1

1

1

1
t

1

7
8
9
10
11
12
13

14 Non-interest-bearing debt

23
24
25
26


96


1
1
t

67.6
48 0
146.4
n.a.

V

68 3
47 3
152.9
n.a.

33. U.S. government marketable securities—Ownership, by maturity, 19821
Par value; millions of dollars; end of period
All maturities
Type of holder

Ql

Q2

752,620

763,995

357,073

355,611

8,001
125,589
619,030
79,398
4,533
13,088
4,318
4,849
21,740
491,104

7 994
127,005
628,997
82,431
4,415
13,453
3,710
5 062
22,631
497 294

20
61 ,579
295,473
31,579
1,774
2,350
2,329
2,140
6,974
248,328

144
62,202
293,264
33,944
1,794
2 244
1,694
1 927
7,622
244 040

Ql

1 All holders
2 U S government agencies and trust funds
3 Federal Reserve Banks
4 Private investors
5 Commercial banks^
6 Mutual savings banks
7 Insurance companies
.
8 Nonfinancial corporations
9 Savings and loan associations
10 State and local governments
1 1 All others

Total maturing within 1 year

..

.......

. ..

|

Q2

Bills maturing within 1 year

Ql

....
. ..
....
. ..
...
...

Ql

Q2

256,007

100,861

99,604

2
45,692
210,518
11,575
559
784
1 544
822
4 327
190,905

....

Q2

256,212

1 AH holders
2 U S government agencies and trust funds
3 Federal Reserve Banks
4 Private investors
5 Commercial banks^
6 Mutual savings banks
7 Insurance companies
8 Nonfinancial corporations
9 Savings and loan associations
. .
10 State and local governments
1 1 All others
..

1
47,921
208,085
13,556
586
762
998
760
4 789
186,634

18
15,887
84,956
20,003
1,215
1,565
785
1,318
2,647
57,423

143
14,281
85,180
20,388
1 208
1,481
696
1,167
2 833
57,406

|

1- to 5-year maturities

Ql

..
.
.
.

....

....

Ql

Q2

249,021

60,785

67,108

1,906
37,193
203,254
41,420
2,253
5 945
1 ,073
2 460
4 707
145,396

1,775
37,484
209,762
41,479
2,063
6,342
929
2,852
4 696
151,401

779
10,102
49,904
3,120
196
2,578
292
163
2 419
41,136

779
10,559
55,770
3,978
220
2,682
277
141
2 606
45,867

|

Q2

5- to 10-year maturities

242,354

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
.

Other than bills maturing
within 1 year

10- to 20-year maturities




Ql

Q2

|

Q2

46,399

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
.

Over-20-year maturities

Ql

.
..
.......
..
...

46,246

46,010

46,010

3,952
6 624
35 822
1,328
170
1,361
267
21
4872
27 804

3,952
6,642
35 651
1,351
182
1,367
481
29
4814
27,428

1,343
10,092
34 576
1 ,952
140
853
358
65
2,767
28,440

1,343
10,118
34 549
1 ,679
156
819
329
114
2,893
28,559

97

34. U.S. government securities dealers, 1982
A. Transactions1
Par value; averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Type and maturity

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

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

10
11
12
13

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

27,071 30,585 27,390 28,441 31,565 27,150 34,121 4 , 6 38,004 35,137 35,933 31,388
046
16,698 17,622 15,001
610
667
743
4,667 6,064 5,603
2,667 2,968 2,844
2,429 3,264 3,199

1,500

16,106
911
5,286
3,156
2,983

16,683 16,839
764
646
7,402 4,444
3,393 2,821
3,324 2,400

1,556 1,393 1,727 1,734 1,693

13,818 15,238 13,696 13,669 15,507
17,753 13,791 12,301 13,045 14,324
3,314
3,622 3,913
2,849 3,617
4,464 4,961
4,355 4,486 5,437
2,398 2,455
2,208 2,115
1,970
7,582 7,975
7,217
7,560 7,791

21,281
898
6,032
3,631
2,280

23,287
1,093
8,631
4,138
3,317

21,041
1,180
7,278
4,863
3,643

18,466 19,275 18,473
816
748
645
7,629 6,875 5,351
4,250 4,162 3,794
3,976 4,873 3,124

1,873 1,980

1,849

1,614 2,151 2,156

13,062 16,902 19,792 17,937 17,298 16,819 14,165
12,395 15,346 18,695 18,219 16,225 16,962 15,066
3,239 4,238 4,972 4,644 5,827 4,951
4,521
6,395 5,381 4,542 5,273 4,848 4,347
5,518
2,787 2,376 3,065 2,895 2,446
2,250 3,056
7,877 7,685 7,669 7,342 7,392 6,915
8,131

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3
14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities

5,362 4,336
1,202
1,549
218
261

5,091
1,193
204

4,520
975
216

5,627
1,970
276

4,626
1,213
267

5,271
1,094
292

6,404
1,572
331

5,585
1,678
262

4,499
1,922
332

4,768
1,979
195

4,280
1,534
254

846
1,418

493
1,358

371
951

801
571

691
537

495
634

1,027
815

1,752
985

760
1,132

1,182
969

1,086
1,073

FORWARD TRANSACTIONS4
17 U.S. government securities . .
18 Federal agency securities . . . .

518
1,339

Week ending
Jan. 6

Jan. 13 Jan. 20

Jan. 27

Feb. 3

Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 24 Mar. 3 Mar. 10

1 U.S. government securities

26,737

28,349

23,889

27,879

27,844

26,368 28,053 37,102

31,005

27,216

Maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year ,
1-5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years

16,562
710
3,748
2,005
3,712

16,618
720
4,177
4,300
2,534

15,019
506
4,099
2,208
2,057

17,707
520
5,649
1,858
2,145

16,293
593
6,250
2,263
2,446

13,477
554
5,079
2,957
4,301

16,960
940
5,145
4,846
3,114

14,768
775
4,972
3,129
3,662

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

1
8
9
10
11
12
13

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

17,028
660
4,869
2,549
2,947

22,779
781
7,850
2,326
3,367

1,541

1,319

1,519

1,589

1,434

1,411

1,555

1,432

1,856

1,137

13,220
11,976
2,681
4,167
1,872
8,021

15,374
11,656
2,585
4,760
2,215
6,833

11,539
10,832
2,500
3,602
1,700
7,852

13,902
12,388
3,272
4,461
1,686
7,329

14,338
12,072
2,765
4,357
2,212
8,131

13,173
11,783
3,220
3,471
1,547
7,195

13,094
13,405
2,880
4,323
1,749
8,395

19,236
16,434
5,091
7,210
3,029
8,018

15,606
13,544
3,804
4,838
2,393
7,977

14,582
11,497
3,071
4,536
2,468
7,256

4,074
1,509
169

5,030
1,066
143

5,148
1,035
172

5,762
1,157
322

5,343
1,093
271

3,936
1,483
181

3,937
1,511
308

5,412
1,744
315

5,733
1,656
211

4,983
1,265
222

421
996

205
1,355

467
1,368

922
1,286

954
1,362

777
1,577

520
1,165

1,004
1,476

416
1,580

363
1,776

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3
14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities
FORWARD TRANSACTIONS4

17 U.S. government securities
18 Federal agency securities .

98




34. U.S. government securities dealers, 1982—Continued
A. Transactions1—Continued
Par value, averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending

Type and maturity

Mar. 17 Mar. 24 Mar. 31

Apr. 7

Apr. 14 Apr. 21 Apr. 28

May 5

May 12

May 19

25,314

28,337

26,948

26,432

28,541

33,220

27,765

25,007

32,928

31,180

15,257
618
4,382
2,508
2,550

15,557
595
6,259
2,659
3,266

13,632
812
7,065
2,433
3,006

14,256
758
4,440
4,425
2,554

17,272
883
4,604
2,914
2,869

20,195
1,068
5,313
2,941
3,702

14,509
895
6,920
2,503
2,937

13,220
801
6,019
2,372
2,595

16,581
552
7,050
4,050
4,695

17,601
580
6,327
2,996
3,676

1,408

1,622

1,436

1,369

1,601

1,950

2,090

1,220

1,739

1,927

12,931
10,976
3,466
3,780
1,879
7,008

13,463
13,251
2,860
5,135
2,189
6,831

12,221
13,291
3,546
4,148
1,940
7,096

13,002
12,060
2,856
4,090
2,647
7,134

13,658
13,281
4,084
4,030
2,298
7,519

15,996
15,274
3,845
4,826
2,360
7,897

13,465
12,210
3,998
4,818
2,372
7,291

11,414
12,373
2,895
4,076
2,009
8,373

17,012
14,177
4,107
5,202
2,411
7,685

15,509
13,743
3,897
4,890
2,204
7,859

6,067
1,102
222

3,814
1,082
213

4,926
1,189
176

4,756
845
152

4,065
849
246

5,620
1,312
315

4,075
978
169

4,080
1,020
111

5,414
2,166
241

6,299
1,735
250

437
1,526

928
967

358
968

262
1,207

230
1,405

340
1,163

703
354

564
804

1,039
588

325
462

May 26

June 2

June 9

June 16 June 23 June 30

July 7

July 14

July 21

July 28

34,683

30,864

24,036

26,448

28,883

27,068

27,333

34,729

38,207

33,297

17,725
1,174
9,314
3,937
2,534

16,867
846
6,478
3,878
2,795

14,721
569
3,964
2,497
2,285

17,918
566
3,439
2,272
2,253

17,600
525
5,203
2,954
2,601

16,834
852
4,503
2,858
2,022

16,420
707
4,431
3,909
1,867

21,440
730
6,016
4,041
2,503

24,381
885
6,514
3,911
2,516

19,799
1,164
7,175
3,056
2,104

2,073

1,503

1,128

1,558

1,778

2,320

1,566

1,703

2,509

1,815

17,183
15,427
4,981
7,041
2,970
8,049

13,901
15,460
2,928
5,468
2,639
9,000

11,954
10,954
2,835
4,949
2,325
7,267

12,275
12,616
3,278
4,688
2,223
8,120

14,497
12,609
3,216
5,377
2,209
8,002

12,559
12,189
3,597
7,312
2,114
8,627

12,979
12,789
2,830
5,299
2,425
8,330

17,788
15,238
4,764
7,436
3,480
8,080

19,321
16,377
4,723
6,648
3,317
8,064

16,461
15,021
4,356
5,935
2,916
7,188

6,331
2,227
394

5,664
2,355
342

4,746
1,146
213

4,330
1,115
325

4,890
1,190
243

3,522
1,014
234

3,318
933
228

5,716
1,248
269

5,835
1,152
372

5,491
989
330

1,108
450

624
546

717
410

628
555

1,036
576

397
509

360
611

252
661

526
761

765
586

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

. ...
..

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3
14 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

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
1 3 Commercial paper
1

..
...

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3
14 Treasury bills
1 5 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities

. ......

FORWARD TRANSACTIONS4
17 U S government securities
18 Federal agency securities




99

34. U.S. government securities dealers, 1982—Continued
A. Transactions1—Continued
Par value, averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending
Type and maturity

Aug. 4 Aug. 11 Aug. 18 Aug. 25

Sept. 1

Sept. 8

Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29

Oct. 6

Oct. 13

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

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

40,383

31,702

53,376

39,797

36,289

35,643

33,095

40,854

40,519

36,730

46,371

25,249
1,255
7,625
3,553
2,700

18,116
852
5,299
4,594
2,841

30,928
1,370
11,346
5,345
4,387

23,831
1,049
8,137
3,424
3,356

19,327
867
8,655
4,603
2,837

23,401
901
5,054
3,786
2,501

20,022
1,377
4,969
3,941
2,785

22,099
1,323
9,992
3,904
3,536

18,855
1,118
8,569
6,498
5,480

20,818
936
7,393
4,024
3,559

23,457
1,031
10,283
6,027
5,573

1,957

1,339

2,280

2,297

1,772

2,089

1,717

1,914

1,574

1,807

1,576

19,086
19,339
4,665
6,462
3,191
7,956

15,165
15,198
3,446
4,101
2,755
7,149

26,850
24,245
6,497
7,167
3,251
8,360

19,468
18,032
5,757
5,662
2,399
7,754

17,371
17,147
4,284
3,892
2,267
7,460

16,877
16,677
3,671
3,983
2,415
7,709

15,728
15,650
4,270
4,480
2,356
7,966

18,841
20,098
4,921
4,808
2,316
7,708

19,309
19,637
5,356
4,547
2,471
6,857

18,525
16,397
4,775
4,794
2,476
8,315

22,771
22,025
7,398
7,743
3,941
7,708

6,349
1,349
220

5,261
1,192
167

7,728
2,016
543

6,564
1,456
348

5,794
1,585
294

4,913
1,465
262

6,844
1,427
263

6,376
2,157
311

4,176
1,693
225

4,271
1,467
281

6,336
2,605
455

1,185
754

1,872
571

488
1,012

679
885

965
759

1,046
739

1,587
1,239

2,444
1,104

1,744
887

606
808

878
1,275

Oct. 20

1 U.S. government securities

Oct. 27

Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

Dec. 1

Dec. 8

Dec. 15 Dec. 22 Dec. 29

29,980

32,897

34,947

38,923

32,623

37,477

32,426

34,012

30,329

34,991

27,336

15,169
784
6,201
4,102
3,724

16,729
633
8,179
3,747
3,608

19,110
929
7,029
3,667
4,212

17,719
834
7,803
4,631
7,937

19,136
900
5,822
3,035
3,730

20,450
527
8,041
4,674
3,785

20,398
592
4,092
4,146
3,199

21,371
599
4,924
4,223
2,895

18,302
679
5,192
3,331
2,825

17,909
610
7,604
5,051
3,816

16,032
662
4,147
2,879
3,616

1,408

1,939

1,879

2,156

2,190

2,236

2,338

2,173

2,093

2,088

1,896

14,932
13,640
6,004
5,026
3,138
7,085

15,804
15,153
5,634
4,061
2,708
6,270

16,096
16,972
5,636
5,290
3,247
8,550

17,864
18,903
5,138
3,687
2,577
7,202

15,651
14,783
5,035
4,863
2,759
7,523

17,782
17,458
5,034
5,897
3,290
7,618

15,022
15,066
4,044
4,627
2,601
6,711

17,004
14,836
4,665
5,412
3,016
6,502

13,862
14,374
5,185
4,213
2,596
7,122

15,744
17,159
4,269
4,967
2,593
7,403

11,381
14,058
4,007
3,401
1,883
6,486

4,093
1,986
294

4,048
1,863
337

4,213
1,864
233

3,957
2,242
175

5,575
1,618
269

4,949
1,929
148

4,678
2,025
230

5,397
1,701
223

4,565
1,533
341

4,660
2,208
273

2,969
989
192

719
1,171

1,125
1,197

865
1,133

1,310
1,228

1,105
1,143

1,512
826

572
456

481
890

845
1,453

2,306
999

1,002
1,243

7

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3
14 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

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
1

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3
14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities .
FORWARD TRANSACTIONS4
17 U.S. government securities
18 Federal agency securities

100




34. U.S. government securities dealers, 1982—Continued
B. Positions1
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Type and maturity

Jan.

1 Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

2,107
275
-534
1 423
-325
1,268
4 416
6,467
2,778
3 555

3,796
1,044
109
2 612
-622
653
5 251
6,111
3,283
3 965

8,417 14,814
3,654 8 732
-593
428
2 850 4 249
-274
-36
1,594
1 442
5 680 5 948
5 316 6 850
3,240 4,037
3 265 3 157

Dec.

NET IMMEDIATE2

12,244 12,584 14,103 11,077
7,721
6,588
7,390 7,286
-118
-99 -295
-462
3 335 2,903 4,083 2206
-513
-20 -254
-523
2,952
2,301
2,582
2,946
2504 2,916
3,117 2978
3,884 4,467
4,950 5,580
2,276 2,530 2,719 2,666
3 151 3 229 3 455 3 503

8,747
3,704
301
3 036
-259
1,966
2990
3,792
2,267
2 525

9,884
4,557
83
3 287
-580
2,537
2311
3 389
1,953
2 560

-6,486
-2,694
-69

-7,443
-2,593
493

-6,656 -5,604 -9,986 -6,063 -1,498 6206 5,253
5,333
1,761 -4913
-2,524 -2,901 -3,440 -1,937 -1,983 -2,130 -1,282 -1,139 -2,700 ^3,004
-403
-161
-524
32
-285 -569
46
-344
-335
-569

-435
14 U.S. government securities . . . .
-1,231
15 Federal agency securities

-688
-1,184

-598
-426
-708
-1,007 -1,064 -1,130

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

9,214
5,768
-583
2 555
-417
1 ,890
2,872
7,726
3,026
3 779

4,954
1,330
-630
2 642
-269
1 ,880
3 556
7 834
3,210
3 658

FUTURE POSITIONS
1 1 Treasury bills . . .
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities
FORWARD POSITIONS




-444 -654 -2,117 -567
-760
-828 -1,235
1,452 -1,227 -1,222 -1,689 -1,836 -2,028 -2,108

101

34. U.S. government securities dealers, 1982—Continued
B. Positions1—Continued
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Weeke nding

Jan. 6
NET IMMEDIATE

Jan. 13

Jan. 20

Jan. 27

Feb. 3

Feb. 10

Feb. 17

Feb. 24

Mar. 3

Mar. 10

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

6,473
1,931
375
2,479
-174
1,863
3,107
3,362
2,365
2,624

10,428
5,337
438
3,288
-551
1,916
2,508
3,139
1,987
2,289

9,701
4,762
430
3,231
-683
1,961
2,321
3,344
2,032
2,560

9,629
4,208
29
3,194
-508
2,707
2,348
2,851
1,737
2,170

8,351
3,662
496
2,349
-776
2,620
1,955
2,900
1,867
1,959

10,707
5,139
-132
3,916
-785
2,568
2,466
3,869
2,086
2,923

11,678
5,572
-173
3,313

= 6,045
-2,592
-143

-6,798
-2,643

-6,795
-2,642

-6,680
-2,894

= 7,858
-2,780

-8,236
-2,274

-6,850
-2,468

-46

63

381

645

612

418

-8,132
= 2,612

167

-7,412
-2,677
-106

= 397
-1,156

-117
-1,305

-551
-1,404

-638
-1,122

-788
-1,035

-809
-1,232

= 755
- 1 ,279

-525
-1,199

= 421
= 1,065

= 441
= 1,043

Mar. 17

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Mar. 24

Mar. 31

Apr. 7

Apr. 14

Apr. 21

Apr. 28

May 5

May 12

May 19

10,821
5 877

13,206
7 337
-157
3,753
-726
2,999
2 673
3,870
2 234
2 921

12,643
7,381
-256
3,640
-906
2,784
2 587
3,817
2736
3,291

14,713
9,318

12,737
8061

14

67

2,829

2,728
-419
2,301
3 353
4,645
2 783
3,329

12,547
8,202
= 77
2,542
-707
2,586
2 838
4,546
2,403
3,243

11,185
6,008
-234
3,398
= 828
2,841
2,796
4,445
2,212
3,101

-7,037 -6 527 -4,684
-2 523 -2 624 -2 196
-227
-193
-287

-1,740
-2016

-404
-904

-707
-1,074

-574
-1,215

-569
-1,080

June 16

June 23

June 30

10,445
4,988
-53
3 686
-497
2,320
3 638
5,154
2,398
2,823

7,420
2,095
189
2 938

-6,161
-2,958
-437

261

1,937
3,277
4,252
2,397
2,612

132

2,835
2,351
4,265
2,435
3,279

12,632
6,322
6
3,414
= 232
3,122
2,332
4,228
2,186
3,317

FUTURE POSITIONS
1 1 Treasury bills
, ..
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities
FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U.S. government securities
15 Federal agency securities

NET IMMEDIATE

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

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

-88

2,578
-504
2,959
2 517
3,471
1 840
3,049

36

2,517
2 797
4,310
2 907
3,323

10,786
6,232
= 368
3,212
-866
2,575
2978
4,099
2 243
3,366

13,878
6 533
-311
4,653

26

2,977
3 091
4,507
2 659
3409

14,101
8,258
= 333
3,211
= 45
3,011
2 940
4,784
2 792
3 400

FUTURE POSITIONS
1 1 Treasury bills
.. .
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities

-66

-3,097 = 6680
-2 380 = 3 101
-544
= 282

-9,192 -8,423 - 10 266 - 10 755
-3 699 = 3 233 -3 604 = 3 490
= 603
-528
-492
-538

FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U.S. government securities
15 Federal agency securities

-368
-1,039

-461
-1,021

May 26

June 2

June 9

= 557
-943

July 7

-552
-1,062

-696
= 1,030

= 925
= 1,100

July 14

July 21

July 28

NET IMMEDIATE 2

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

16,392
8 457
-235
4,945

127
3 097
3,320
5 693
2 860
3,489

14,424
7 647
-319
3 610

13,659
8 653
-360
2,684

13,206
9 344
-360
1,931

2 839
3 192
5 610
3 047
3,717

2 541
3,179
5 165
2 968
3,594

2 277
3,182
5,271
2 753
3,480

647

141

14

9,156
5 813
-515
2,064
-393
2 188
2,930
5 160
2 246
3,358

6,648
4 661
-648
1,687
-1 085
2033
2,533
6 924
2 525
3,396

7,089
4 183
-558
2,284
-367
1 548
2,436
6,894
2 545
3,487

10,678
7 757
= 662
2,023
-365
1 926
2,991
7 607
2 811
3,837

9,891
6 612
= 609
2 307
= 349
1 930
2 910
7 584
2 888
3 644

9,743
5 185
= 486
3 474

— 445
2015
2 886
8 305
3 437
4 124

FUTURE POSITIONS
1 1 Treasury bills .
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities

-9 889 -9 202 = 6 187
-3 553 -2 930 -2 310
-595
-111
-395

-5 682 -5 637 - 5 866 -5,789 - 3 963 = 1 000
1 643
-1 936 -1 729 = 1 550 -1 566 = 1 935 - 1 417 -2 261

-77

2

-596
= 1 200

-330
= 449
-516
-502
-1 170
-334
-1 469 -1 397 -1 514 -1 372 -1 290 = 1 365

= 469
= 938

-44

207

269

272

47

FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U S government securities .
15 Federal agency securities

102




-962
= 811
-1 331 = 1 469

34. U.S. government securities dealers, 1982—Continued
B. Positions1—Continued
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending
Type and maturity
Sept. 15

Sept. 22

Sept. 29

3,717
1,532
-521
741
250
1,714
3,866
6,438
3,082
3,513

3,383
3,042
-664
114
-342
1,233
4,091
6,462
2,828
3,418

922
-383
-641
1,694
-886
1,137
4,509
6,710
2,644
3,463

1,088
-2,151
-403
2,797
-377
1,223
5,036
6,292
2,554
3,642

1,879
85
-128
2,305
-701
317
5,073
6,282
2,823
4,244

3,595
772
41
2,622
-369
530
5,270
6,860
3,368
3,941

7,537
-1,890
-441

7,830
-1,719
-483

7,731
-1,147
-499

3,485
-1,295
-546

2,476
-1,131
-718

2,499
-552
-816

4,385
-990
-588

-1,193
-1,349

-2,001
-1,289

-2,938
-1,202

-3,951
-1,598

-2,639
-1,879

659
-1,997

-750
-1,880

-306
-1,588

Nov. 10

Nov. 17

Nov. 24

Dec. 1

Dec. 8

Dec. 15

Dec. 22 Dec. 29

Aug. 4

Aug. 18

Aug. 25

Sept. 1

7,059
3,301
-506
3,091
-833
2,005
3,525
8,529
3,668
4,015

8,598
4,357
-519
3,110
-305
1,955
3,471
7,904
3,343
3,542

6,099
2,062
-686
2,717
-102
2,108
3,746
8,382
3,394
3,502

1,911
-1,136
-747
2,033
-52
1,813
3,552
7,850
2,909
3,791

1,215
-1,642
-655
2,018
-25
1,518
3,423
6,539
2,988
3,448

4,162
-1,880
-147

4,448
-2,079
-192

6,540
-2,285
-193

7,944
-2,361
-405

-177
-1,134

185
-1,194

-343
-1,126

Oct. 20

NET IMMEDIATE

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Aug. 11

Oct. 27

Nov. 3

Sept. 8

Oct. 6

Oct. 13

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
14 U.S. government securities . . .
15 Federal agency securities

NET IMMEDIATE2

3,931
1,372
126
2,135
-488
786
4,787
6,480
3,393
4,083

5,048
1,341
275
3,409
-820
843
5,649
5,314
3,366
3,806

4,983
2,069
341
2,484
-686
775
5,861
5,295
3,488
3,752

6,964
2,498
414
3,412
-547
1,189
5,554
4,999
3,080
3,630

8,078
3,842
772
2,138
-581
1,907
5,497
4,942
2,974
3,192

9,414
3,771
692
3,224
-325
2,052
5,690
5,222
3,226
2,987

12,190
6,618
470
2,699
848
1,555
6,095
6,509
3,673
2,880

12,088
7,761
484
2,463
-6
1,386
6,275
6,355
3,609
2,763

5,263
-1,281
-598

7,684
-1,385
-461

5,694
-1,803
-259

2,201
-2,750
-355

2,388
-2,876
-451

557
-2,889
-358

678
-2,504
-212

14 U.S. government securities . . .
-323
15 Federal agency securities
-1,789

-805
-1,973

-732
-2,044

-661
-2,008

-918
-2,106

-793 -1,242
- 1 ,960 -2,092

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

10,433
6,694
432
2,390
-479
1,396
6,162
6,183
3,414
3,183

16,988
9,252
376
6,551
-466
1,275
5,448
6,907
4,316
3,445

19,600
11,156
373
5,867
534
1,670
5,490
7,711
4,786
3,179

-1,633
-2,441
-220

-3,445 -6,624
-2,471 -2,094
-285
-358

-8,117
-2,115
-420

-807
-2,022

-976
-2,246

-1,596
-2,077

FUTURE POSITIONS
1 1 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons .
....
13 Federal agency securities
FORWARD POSITIONS




-1,769
-1,880

103

34. U.S. government securities dealers, 1982—Continued
C. Financing1
Millions of dollars

Jan.

Source
REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

2

25,006 21,854 24,745 26,924 28,801 25,655 27,391 29,374 30,477 29,581 22,186 29,053
47,632 45,520 42,608 46,509 45,253 39,795 44,136 50,497 49,870 50,483 55,024 61,639

1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term agreements
REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3

49,809 43,005 48,139 53,246 58,415 42,038 54,660 50,318 45,342 51,250 43,112 57,009
38,804 38,313 38,833 43,140 40,142 35,525 37,821 48,692 50,617 43,963 54,999 50,073

3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term agreements

Jan. 6 Jan. 13 Jan. 20 Jan. 27 Feb. 3 Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 24 Mar. 3 Mar,IQJMar. 17
.
REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS

2

27,118 23,946 26,195 22,765 23,910 20,850 22,135 22,131 20,246 22,858 27,211
46,898 47,494 47,583 48,554 48,962 46,946 46,391 46,369 43,931 46,731 41,883

1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term agreements
REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3

54,309 50,296 50,245 44,384 47,143 43,777 44,574 37,872 41,659 47,150 51,236
38,990 38,753 37,806 39,668 39,389 36,516 38,546 40,433 36,682 38,696 40,460

3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term agreements

Mar. 24 Mar. 31 Apr. 7 Apr. 14 Apr. 21 Apr. 28 May 5 May 12 May 19 May-26 June 2
REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS2

25,898 27,512 26,453 25,045 26,003 30,196 30,488 30,096 29,635 24,986 24,683
41,358 39,137 43,803 41,158 49,365 51,710 49,367 48,244 41,074 42,325 40,329

1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term agreements
REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3

48,740 51,909 51,089 49,996 51,437 60,463 61,287 62,358 58,741 51,273 53,964
40,697 37,628 41,795 41,712 45,983 43,069 40,424 40,650 38,188 41,305 37,640

3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term agreements

June 9 June 16 June 23 June 30 July 7 July 14 July 21 July 28 Aug. 4 Aug. 11
REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS2

22,613 22,451 26,839 31,687 30,667 25,322 25,937 27,638 26,411 29,554
41,260 38,921 39,216 39,250 39,104 42,756 45,673 49,012 53,984 47,881

1 Overnight and continuing . ,
2 Term agreements
REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3

51,466 52,052 52,710 57,117 57,750 53,580 52,904 54,407 53,397 51,382
37,934 34,490 34,663 32,898 32,352 35,331 38,678 44,923 46,621 47,753

3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term agreements

Aug. 18 Aug. 25 Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20
REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS

2

1 Overnight and continuing . .
2 Term agreements

30,204 31,327 32,046 28,674 29,207 31,499 30,961 30,451 28,874 29,951
49,642 50,482 49,411 48,508 50,648 51,022 49,760 47,767 49,792 52,184

REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term agreements

49,094 47,399 47,107 41,203 45,704 46,568 46,128 43,919 55,129 53,410
48,854 51,538 50,409 51,316 50,764 49,980 50,617 47,612 40,607 43,744
Oct. 271 Nov. 3 [NOV. luJNov. 17|Nov. 24J Dec. 1 | Dec. 8 | Dec. 15 JDec. 22[oec. 29

REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS2
1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term agreements

29,049 30,105 26,066 30,714 25,399 30,548 30,338 31,293 27,277 27,303
52,187 53,539 56,176 53,415 60,348 50,088 51,860 55,352 55,025 84,320

REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3
3 Overnight and continuing . . .
4 Term agreements

104




52,544 53,251 34,519 51,668 31,195 51,988 52,553 57,152 57,402 60,927
43,887 42,551 63,051 46,636 66,947 47,648 49,253 52,511 49,258 48,501

35. Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies, 1982
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Agency
1 Federal and federally
sponsored agencies . .
2 Federal agencies
3 Defense Department 1 . . .
4
Export-Import Bank 2 - 3 . .
5
Federal Housing
Administration4 . . .
6
Government National
Mortgage Association participation
certificates5
7
Postal Service3
8
Tennessee Valley
Authority3
9
United States Railway
Association6

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

226,418 226,539 228,749 232,274 234,593 238,787 242,565 243,623 245,951 245,599 243,535 247,119
31,053
470
13,135

30,806
460
12,861

31,408
454
13,421

31,613
447
13,475

31,551
434
13,416

32,274
419
13,939

32,302
408
13,938

32,280
399
13,918

32,606
388
14,042

32,713
377
14,000

32,772
364
13,999

33 055
354
14,218

406

397

382

376

363

358

353

345

335

323

311

288

2,191
1,538

2,165
1 538

2,165
1 538

2,165
1 538

2,165
1,471

2,165
1,471

2,165
1 471

2,165
1,471

2,165
1 471

2,165
1 471

2,165
1 471

2,165
1 471

13,115

13,187

13,250

13,410

13,500

13,715

13,760

13,775

14,010

14,185

14,270

14,365

198

198

198

202

202

207

207

207

195

192

192

194

10 Federally sponsored
195,365 195,733 197,341 200,661 203,042 206,513 210,263 211,343 213,345 212,886 210,763 214,064
agencies
1 1 Federal Home Loan
57,387 57,743 58,839 59 937 60,772 61,883 62,058 61,747 61,251 60904 60,356 61 447
Banks
...
12
Federal Home Loan
Mortgage
2,604
2,604
2,500
2,500
3,099
3,099
3,000
2,500
3,099
3,000
Corporation . . . .
3,000
3,000
13
Federal National Mort58,860 59,018 59,270 60,478 61,996 62,660 65,563 65,733 68,130 67,916 66,852 70,052
gage Association . . .
8,217
7,652
8,217
7,652
8,717
8,717
8,717
8,217
7,652
14 Federal Land Banks . . . .
6,813
6,813
6,813
15 Federal Intermediate
1,388
926
926
926
926
Credit Banks
926
926
926
1,388
1,388
926
926
220
220
220
220
220
220
220
220
16 Banks for Cooperatives . .
220
220
220
220
61,187 61,041 61,405 63,381 63,409 64,506 65,743 65,657 65,553 66,449 65,877 65,014
17 Farm Credit Banks . . . .
18 Student Loan Market6,307
5,000
6,611
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
ing Association7- 8 .
6,657
6,718
6,591
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
19 Other
MEMO
20 Federal Financing
Bank debt6 *

21
22
23
24
25

111,965 112,367 113,567 114,961 117,475 120,241 121,261 122,623 124,357 125,064 125,707 126,424

Lending to federal and
federally sponsored
agencies
Export-Import Bank
Postal Service
Student Loan Marketing
Association7' 8
Tennessee Valley
Authority
United States Railway
Association . . .

Other lending™
26 Farmers Home
Administration .
27 Rural Electrification
Administration
28 Other .
....




12,741
1 288

12,741
1 288

13,305
1 288

13,305
1 288

13,305
1 221

13,829
1 221

13,829
1 221

13,823
1,221

13,954
1 221

13,954
1 221

13,954
1 221

14,177
1 221

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

11,435

1 1 ,462

11,525

1 1 ,685

..

11,775

1 1 ,990

12,035

12,050

12,285

12,460

12 545

12,640

198

198

198

202

202

207

207

207

195

192

192

194

49,026

49,081

48,681

49,356

51,056

52,346

52,711

53,311

53,736

53,661

53,661

53,261

13,836
18,441

13,989
18,608

14,452
19,118

14,716
19409

15,046
19,870

15,454
20,194

15,688
20,570

15,916
21,095

16,282
21,684

16,600
26,976

16,750
27 384

17,157
27,774

105

36. New security issues of state and local governments, 1982
Millions of dollars
Year

1 All issues, new and refunding
2
3
4
5

1

..

Type of issue
General obligation
U.S. government loans2
Revenue
U.S. government loans2

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

78,950

3,914

3,721

5,667

6,721

5,731

5,791

5,658

6,560

6,673

8,466 10,287

9,761

21,088
225
57,862
461

Type of issue or issuer, or use

1,038
2
2,876
4

1055
0
2,666
6

1,734
9
3,933
5

2,219
10
4,502
32

1,516
10
4,215
38

1,808
16
3,983
45

970
22
4,688
49

1,686
25
4,874
52

1,716
30
4,957
54

2,331
30
6,135
57

1,623
37
8,138
62

Nov.

3,392
34
6,895
57

Dec.

Type of issuer
6 State
7 Special district and statutory
authority
8 Municipalities, counties,
townships, school districts . . .

8,406

514

234

432

1,061

601

1,074

257

835

1,077

1,010

1,091

220

45,000

2,135

2,188

2,994

3,884

3,062

2,872

3,749

3,689

3,607

5,160

5,489

6,171

25,544

1,265

1,299

2,241

1,776

2,068

1,845

1,652

2,036

1,989

2,296

3,707

3,370

9 Issues for new capital, total . . . .

74,612

3,757

3,680

4,804

6,694

5,600

5,701

5,472

6,133

6,470

7,275

9,496

9,531

6,444
6,256
14 254
26,605
8 256
12,797

236
144

266
207

456
284

485
296

837
501
585

1,773

1,371
2,113

2,311

1,274
2,744

840
557
292

927
471
790

1 368
2,342

517
768
695

546
636

1,284

111
245
829

315
123

1,189

406
363
754

2,536

639
869

680
1 564

360
975

1,180

566
450

732
885

2,647
1 082
1,052

10
11
12
13
14
15

Use of proceeds
Education
Transportation
Utilities and conservation
Social welfare
Industrial aid
Other purposes .

106




.
..

419

765

895

1,291
1,969
2,336

621

877

1 342
1 891
3 121
1 308

1,216

2,258

974

1,338
2,918

37. New security issues of corporations
Millions of dollars
Type of issue or issuer, or use

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1981
1 All issues1

. . . . 70,441

5,735

4,405

6,738

6,865

5,660

9,602

3,842

3,108

4,882

4,633

8,793

6,178

45 092

3 516

3,059

4,585

4,622

3 281

5,668

2,186

1,616

2 947

2995

6 724

3 893

38 103
6,989

2928

2,408

3,778

3,668

2,520

4,754

1,926

2,732

3 576

807

954

6,560

651

761

914

260

905
711

2,348

588

599

263

164

317

12,325
5,229
2052
8,963
4 280
12,243

1,700
243
358
843
62
311

1,219
393
48
630
284
485

1,086
305
201
607
964
1,422

1,416
371
201
851
568
1,215

1,296
155
119
1,099
64
548

1,312
566
584
847
470
1,888

507

308

452

21

390
95
360
115
348

201
63
1,012
471
748

617
51
1,008
83
1,215

2,054
949
130
802
326
2,463

954

189
120
322
767
281

850
82
582
106
1,319

25,349

2,219

1,346

2,153

2,243

2,379

3,934

1,656

1,492

1,935

1,638

2,069

2,285

1 797
23,552

365

150

298

85

164

187

67

15

186

141

59

80

1,854

1,196

1,855

2,158

2,215

3,747

1,589

1,477

1,749

1,497

2,010

2,205

2 Bonds
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Type of offering
Public
Private placement

....

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous . .
Transportation
Public utility
Communication
Real estate and financial

1 1 Stocks
12
13

Type
Preferred
Common

14
15
16
17
18
19

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous . .
Transportation
Public utility
Communication
Real estate and financial

5 074
7,557
779
5 577
1 778
4,584

607

280

735

531

905

382

335

170

120

193

523

365

603
149

601
81

816
21

477
151

958
47

1,024
18

340
29

661
91

487
87

490
23

606
34

562
14
284

260
31
165

414

717
56
310

173

843

308
73
571

248
12
310

514
369
358

438
7
487

494
48

420
85
401

680
95
603

168

1 036

296

632
1982

1 All issues1

84,198

3,101

3,854

7,259

4,930

7,533

4,928

6,222

9,418

8,247

9,989

8,887

9,830

2 Bonds

53,636

1,287

2,003

5,095

2,686

4,734

3,228

3,934

6,653

5,762

7,121

5,497

5,636

Type of offering
Public
Private placement

43 838
9 798

614
673

1 464

3 540
1,555

2,100

4 198

2 398

5 012

830

5,646
1 ,007

6426

536

2,868
1,066

5 308

586

454

695

485

4 264
1,372

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous . .
Transportation
Public utility
Communication
Real estate and financial
..

13,307
5,681
1,474
12 155
2,265
18 938

283

335

748

498

625

462

230
43
493
8
230

73
3
365
364
863

. 699
224
1,894
84
1,446

145
31
887
16
1,109

510
74
1,230
322
1,973

343
82
761
176
1,403

1,638
493
58
717
84
944

1,602
1,202
402
934
205
2,308

1,730
481
64
1,021
311
2,156

2,044
417
285
1,663
208
2,504

2,138
523
88
1,246
115
1,571

1,204
565
120
944
372
2,431

30,562

1,814

1,851

2,164

2,244

2,799

1,700

2,288

2,765

2,485

2,868

3,390

4,194

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

1 1 Stocks

539

12
13

Type
Preferred
Common

5,113
25 449

199

197

198

172

....

1,615

1,654

1,966

2,072

14
15
16
17
18
19

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous . .
Transportation
Public utility
Communication
Real estate and financial

5 649
7,770
709
7 517
2,227
6,690

250

291

549

259

481

723
25
449
58
309

626
73
743
2
117

673
31
598
3
310

770
15
766
3
431

572
35
477
141
1,093




887
1,912

67

644

622

522

611

573

421

1,633

1,644

2,143

1,963

2,257

2,817

3,773

502

187

718

345

666

481

920

317
52
277
17
534

615
5
331
96
1,054

375
62
759
495
357

742
84
1,003
4
307

640
80
620
33
829

1,024
225
752
14
894

693
22
742
1,361
455

107

38* Open-end investment companies, 19821
Millions of dollars
Item

Year
2

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept. J Oct. 1 Nov.

Dec.

3,032
1,475
1 557

2,049
1,456
593

3,325
2,056
1 269

2,754
2,293
461

2,345
1,854
491

3,061
2,038
1 023

3,304
2,145
1 159

4,322
2,335
1 987

4,709
3,052
1 657

5,291
4,835
456

1 Sales of own shares
2 Redemptions of own shares3
3 Net sales

45,675
30,078
15 597

4 Assets4

76,841 54,347 52,695 53,001 56,026 54,889 54,238 54,592 62,212 63,783 70 964 74 864 76 841

5 Cash position5
6 Other

6,040 5 424 5 540 5 752 6083 5 992 6 298 5 992 6039 5 5% 5 948 5 838 6 040
70 801 48 923 47 155 47 249 49 943 48 897 47 940 48 600 56 173 58 2?7 65 016 69 026 70 801

5,668
3,046
2 622

5,815
3,493
2 322

39. Corporate profits and their distribution
Billions of dollars; data are at seasonally adjusted annual rates.

1980

1982

1981

1980

Item

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

.

..

192.3
227.0
82.8
144.1
64.7
79.5
-23.6
-11.0

175.4
234.6
84.8
149.8
58.6
91.2
-42.9
-16.3

Q3

Q4

187.3
260.9
94.7
166.2
57.5
108.7
-58.5
-15.1

168.3
214.3
74.8
139.5
58.6
80.9
-29.7
-16.3

170.6
228.9
82.0
146.9
58.9
88.0
-41.1
= 17.2

175.6
234.4
87.6
146.8
59.4
87.4
-42.2
-16.6

Ql

164.8
174.2
59.2
115.1
68.7
46.4
-8.4
-1.1

Q2

Q2

Q3

Q4

162.0
173.2
60.3
112.9
67.7
45.2
-5.5
-5.6

166.8
178.8
61.4
117.4
67.8
49.6
-8.5
-3.5

168.5
177.3
60.8
116.5
68.8
47.7
-9.0
0.1

161.9
167.5
54.0
113.5
70.4
43.1
-10.3
4.7

1982

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

..
....
..

Q2

Q3

Q4

194.7
243.9
91.7
152.2
61.3
90.9
-36.7
= 12.4

185.0
219.0
80.4
138.6
63.7
74.9
-22.6
-11.4

197.6
227.7
83.7
144.0
66.4
77.6
-19.4
-10.7

192.0
217.2
75.6
141.6
67.3
74.3
-15.7
-9.5

40. Current assets and liabilities of nonfinancial corporations1
Billions of dollars, except for ratio

1 Current assets

|

1982

1981

1980
Ql

Q2 | Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

| Q2

Q3

Q4

1,260.2

1,266.7

1,298.0

1,333.5

1,374.5

1,388.3

1,410.5

1,426.8

1,424.6

1,422.6

1,446.9

1,430.9

113 3

115 4

118 3

127 1

126 6

126.2

125.1

131.9

122.0

124.4

126.9

143 7

2 Cash
3 U.S. government
securities
4 Notes and accounts
receivable
5 Inventories
6 Other

16 7

155

18.3

19.3

19.2

19.9

18.1

18.0

16.9

17.1

19.6

23.1

478.3
5264
125.5

475.2
536.1
124.4

494.2
539.2
128.0

510.6
543.7
132.7

528.0
560.2
140.5

533.2
565.3
143.8

542.0
577.0
148.3

536.2
587.1
153.6

539.2
592.7
153.7

536.8
588.4
155.8

539.7
598.0
162.7

517.0
577.5
169.6

7 Current liabilities

838.9

832.3

860.5

890.9

923.2

931.5

966.7

979.5

988.0

987.5

1,005.2

976.5

8 Notes and accounts
payable . . . . . . . .
9 Other

475.7
363 2

473.8
358 5

491.1
369 5

515.2
375 7

520.4
402 9

526.0
405.6

549.0
417.7

562.4
417.1

555.5
432.5

555.1
432.4

559.7
445.5

548.7
427 8

10 Net working capital . .

421.3

434.4

437.5

442.6

451.3

456.8

443.7

447.3

436.6

435.1

441.7

454.4

1 1 Current ratio^

1.502

1.522

1.508

1.497

1.489

1.490

1.459

1.457

1.442

1.441

1.439

1.465

108




41. Total nonfarm business expenditures on new plant and equipment, 1982
Billions of dollars; quarterly data are at seasonally adjusted annual rates.
Year

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

316.43

327.72

323.22

315.79

302.77

Manufacturing
2 Durable goods Indus tries
3 Nondurable goods if idustries

56.44
63.23

60.84
67.48

59.03
64.74

57.14
62.32

50.50
59.59

Nonmanufacturing
4 Mining
..

15.45

17.60

16.56

14.63

13,31

4.38
3.93
3.64

4.56
3.20
4.23

4.73
3.54
4.06

3.94
4.11
3.24

4.31
4.85
3.25

33.40
8.55
86.95
40.46

30.95
9.17
87.80
41.89

32.26
9.14
88.85
40.33

34.98
8.40
87.31
39.73

35.12
7.77
84.00
40.06

Industry
1 Total nonfarm business

Transportation
Railroad
Air
Other
Public utilities
8 Electric
9 Gas and other
10 Trade and service
1 1 Commercial and otherl
5
6
7

42. Domestic finance companies—Assets and liabilities, 1982
Billions of dollars, end of period
Asset account

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Liability account

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

85 1 88 0 88 3 89 5 8
809 82.6 822 81 0 9
166.0 170.6 170.5 170.4 10
11
29.1 30.2 30.4 30.6 12
1369 140 4 140 1 139 8
13
35 0 37 3 39 1 39 7

7 Total assets

171.9 177.8 179.2 179.5




Bank loans
..
Commercial paper
Short-term debt, n.e.c
Long-term debt n e.c.
Other debt
Capital, surplus, and
undivided profits

Ql

...

...

...

...

14 Total liabilities and capital

Q2

Q3 | Q4

15 4
46.2
9.0
59.0
19.0

14 5
50 3
9.3
603
18.9

168
46 7
9.9
60 9
20.5

18 6
45 8
8.7
63 5
18.7

24 5

24 5

24 2

23.3
171.9

177.8 179.2 179.5

109

43. Business credit of domestic finance companies, 1982
A. Accounts receivable
Millions of dollars
Type
Total outstanding, end of period
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
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.

11,339
12,930

11,361
12,965

11,509
12,661

11,718
12,367

12,065
12,246

12,395
13,328

12,303
13,762

12,185
12,930

12,024
13,689

12,018
13,471

12,279
12,552

12,570
12,074

27,541

27,779

27,651

27,568

27,625

27,644

27,820

27,929

28,161

28,270

28,137

28,191

8,552
19,468

8,801
19,992

8,985
20,084

9,269
19,990

9,225
19,753

9,329
19,933

9,329
19,433

9,298
19,323

9,198
19,162

9,236
19,051

9,202
18,759

9,073
19,044

14
-70

168
-351

34
-634

100
11

362
-199

149
1,020

-118
1,035

24
1,101

-59
52

-60

804

384

-231

-74

-184

-11

-114

362

-608

-476

222

258
-23

-52
83

140
-342

260
-20

171
-210

-111
190

85
-123

-9
-153

-78
-69

54
17

-13
-416

-350
502

May

June

July

Aug.

Nov.

Dec.

-82
430
142
-596 -1,416 -1,087

B. Extensions and repayments
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

110




Jan.

Oct.

Mar.

1,076
5,420

962

935

869

842

5,759

1,056
6,364

938

3,916

1,235
5,269

802

4,565

5,878

6,397

6,040

4,500

1,330
6,637

1,036
4,965

1 566

1 919

1 538

1 181

1,503

1,331

1,365

1,448

1,148

971

1 297

1 420

8 565
1,927

8 939
2,082

9 774
1,958

9 434
1,801

10,151
1,875

10,611
1,973

10,571
1,668

11,163
1,603

10,279
1,655

10,102
1,626

11 310
1,745

10 493
2,117

859
4,635

908
5,771

928
4,550

835
5,748

873
5,468

907
5,344

920
4,843

914
5,296

928
5,988

924
5,096

900
8,053

894
6,052

1,626

1,115

1,154

1,412

1,577

1,515

1,376

1,562

786

1,579

1,773

1,198

8,307
1,950

8,991
1,999

9,634
2,300

9,174
1,821

9,980
2,085

10,722
1,783

10,486
1,791

11,172
1,756

10,357
1,724

10,048
1,609

11,323
2,161

10,843
1,615

873

Apr.

Sept.

Feb.

44. Mortgage markets, 1982
Millions of dollars, except as noted
Item

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Terms and yields in primary and secondary markets
PRIMARY MARKETS
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) . . . .

1
2
3
4
5

Yield (percent per annum)
1 FHLBB series^
8 HUD series4
....

102.6
71.3
73.5
27.4

97.3
71.1
76.5
28.1

90.0
65.4
75.7
27.4

95.7
70.4
77.2
28.6

86.4
64.8
77.4
25.9

89.4
66.2
77.0
27.4

98.4
73.1
77.3
28.4

91.4
66.5
74.1
26.4

95.0
71.6
78.7
28.1

99.1
74.4
77.9
28.4

2.55
14.67

3.01
14.44

2.90
14.93

3.28
15.13

3.16
15.11

3.00
14.74

3.15
15.01

2.87
15.05

3.04
14.34

2.74
13.86

2.76
13.26

2.98
13.09

15.25
17.30

15.12
17.20

15.67
16.80

15.84
16.65

15.89
16.50

15.40
16.75

15.70
16.50

15.68
15.40

14.98
15.05

14.41
13.95

13.81
13.80

13.69
13.62

17.38
16.19

17.10
16.21

16.41
15.54

16.31
15.40

16.19
15.30

16.73
15.84

16.29
15.56

14.61
14.51

14.03
13.57

12.99
12.83

12.82
12.66

12.80
12.60

17.80
17.33

18.00
17.91

17.29
17.09 ' 16.66

16.27
16.33

16.22
16.73

16.85

15.78
15.78

15.36

13.92

13.75

13.72

97.9
75.6
79.0
27.9

91.8
67.6
75.2
26.9

SECONDARY MARKETS
Yield (percent per annum)
9 FHA mortgages (HUD series)5
10 GNMA securities6
FNMA auctions7
1 1 Government-underwritten Joans . . . .
12 Conventional loans

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

61,721 62,112 62,544 63,132 63,951 65,008 66,158 67,810 68,841 69,152 70,126 71,814
39,937 39,927 39,886 39,834 39,808 39,829 39,853 39,922 39,871 39,523 39,174 39,057
21,784 22,185 22,658 23,298 24,143 25,179 26,305 27,888 28,970 29,629 30,952 32,757

430
0

519
0

604
0

755
0

1,006
0

1,223
0

1,354
0

1,931
0

1,670
0

1,449
1

1,681
1

2,495
1

813
3,536

1,204
3,857

1,881
4,990

2,482
6,586

1,550
7,034

1,583
7,206

2,016
7,674

1,820
6,900

1,482
6,587

1,426
6,268

2,795
7,286

3,055
7,606

41.5
30.8

41.7
23.4

45.7
29.6

7.0
0.0

35.7
7.4

33.1
7.4

8.9
0.0

43.3
5.7

16.4
0.0

2.5
0.0

27.0
0.0

4.6
0.0

31.7
11.5

28.6
13.6

65.0
32.3

29.5
22.0

37.8
23.0

59.0
33.1

37.2
23.6

70.1
42.9

27.5
0.0

13.6
8.9

22.1
11.4

23.2
15.3

5,240
2,209
• 3,032

5,342
2,218
3,124

5,320
2,227
3,094

5,274
2,226
3,048

5,279
2,232
3,047

5,295
2,225
3,069

5,309
2,232
3,077

5,201
2,216
2,985

5,207
2,225
2,982

4,957
1,016
3,891

4,676
1,012
3,618

4,733
1,009
3,724

Mortgage transactions (during period)
27 Purchases
28 Sales

1,628
1,629

1,228
1,115

1,479
1,564

2,143
2,177

1,214
1,194

1,581
1,562

2,237
2,204

2,529
2,619

1,799
1,923

2,000
2,197

1,917
2,182

3,916
3,798

Mortgage commitments^
29 Contracted (during period)
30 Outstanding (end of period)

3,280
5,033

565
4,336

2,523
5,461

2,824
6,041

2,692
7,420

3,166
8,970

2,189
8,544

2,768 2,892
9,318 10,211

2,506
10,572

1,714
10,407

1,068
7,549

Mortgage commitments9
18 Contracted (during period)
19 Outstanding (end of period)

20
21
22
23

Auction of four-month commitments
to buy
Government- underwritten loans
Offered10
Accepted
Conventional loans
Offered10
Accepted
FEDERAL HOME LOAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION

Mortgage holdings (end of period)11
24 Total
25 FHA/VA
26 Conventional




111

45. Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property1
Millions of dollars, end of period

1980

1979

Q2

Qt
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

....

....
..

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
1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm

59 Individuals and others4
60
1- to 4-family
61
Multifamily
62 Commercial
63 Farm

112




Ql

| Q2

Q3

Q4

,

....

,.
....
...

796,897
122 683
216,008
73 959

830,149
124,945
222,054
77 782

864,044
126,525
228,888
80 643

891,066
128,433
235,572
82 677

914,265
129,960
240,900
86 024

931,600
132 365
245,061
89 043

960,733
134 590
249,606
90 608

986,979
137 134
255,655
92 018

865,594
219 655
132,803
10 324
68,005
8,523
96 145
63,805
16,285
16007

893,582
228,820
138,624
10493
7 1 ,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
1 1 ,477

919,311
238 797
145,093
10937
74,051
8,716
97 929
65,182
16,589
16 119
39
468 217
387,918
37 270
43029
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

951,213
250,686
152,592
11,807
77,688
8,599
99,151
66,450
16,390
16,271
40
478,981
398,033
37,217
43,731
122,395
17,143
19,265
73,554
12,433

958,805
252 972
153,816
12 267
78 417
8,472
99 176
66,616
16,186
16 334
40
481 093
399,788
37 333
43 972
125,564
17 804
19,292
75,725
12 743

977,500
258 003
157,046
12 591
79 775
8,591
99 306
66,912
16,088
16 276
30
492 129
410091
37 746
44 292
128,062
17 990
19,338
77,916
12 818

997,168
263 030
160326
12 924
81 081
8,699
99 865
67 489
16,058
16 278
40
503 192
419 763
38 142
45 287
131,081
17 943
19,514
80,666
12 958

92 927
3,382

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 31)
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
3037
977

110 526
4,389
719
3 670
3,525
978
774
370
1 403
5,600
1 986
3 614
55 632
50,071
5 561
36 837
1 985
34 852
4 543
3 459
1 084

114 300
4642
704
3 938
3,492
916
610
411
1 555
5,640
2051
3 589
57 327
51,775
5 552
38 131
2 099
36 032
5 068
3 873
1 195

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

136 583
89 452
87 276
2 176
16,659
13 318
3 341
30 472
16 226
2 235
5 059
6952

142 258
93 874
91 602
2 272
16,854
13 471
3 383
31 530
16 683
2 612
5 271
6964

191,383
116,668
24 258
24,752
25,705

201 078
124 287
25 289
25,448
26 054

210928
1 32 676
26 372
25 918
25 962

218 060
138 284
27 345
26 661
25 770

48

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 .

55
56
57
58

Q4

1,209,547 1,254,930 1,300,100 1,337,748 1,371,149 1,398,069 1,435,537 1,471,786

1 All holders
2
3
4
5

Q3

441 377
363,739
36 678
40960
108,417
14 507
19,080
63,908
10,922

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

95,735
59 139
57,453
1 686
12,467
10,088
2 379
24,129
13 883
1 465
3,660
5 121

102,100
62,841
61,088
1 753
13,708
1 1 ,096
2 612
25,551
14,329
1 764
3,833
5,625

1 10 299
69 008
67 187
1 821
14,421
11 568
2 853
26,870
14972
1 763
4054

6081

118,664
75 787
73,853
1 934
15,180
12,149
3 031
27,697
14,884
2 163
4,328
6322

161,639
93 334
21 817
23,185
23,303

169,335
99,501
22 813
22,798
24,223

177 563
106 667
23 182
22,860
24 854

183 433
1 10 808
23 376
24,050
25,199

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

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

45. Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1981

Qi
1- to 4- family
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm

.

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

...

1 004,072 1 028,436 1 047,787 1 065,294 1 076 930 1 089 522 1 097 507 1 112 352
138,082 139,287 140,233 136,354 137,712 138,332
136 508 136 515
261 012 268,082 273 712 279 889 284 306 290 951 291 740 296 369
97,524 100,006 101,727 103,907 105,474 106 406 106 890
94,463

...

....
.

..

..

...

..

...

Government National Mortgage Association
1- to 4-family
Multifamily . .
...
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Federal National Mortgage Association . .
1- to 4-family
Farmers Home Administration
i- to 4-family
Multifamily
Commercial . . .
Farm
...

61 Individuals and others4
62
1- to 4-family
63 Multifamily
64 Commercial
.
65 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
.
...




Q4

1,497,629 1,533,329 1,561,738 1,583,264 1,602,855 1,624,279 1,632,161 1,652,126

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

48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60

1982
Q3

..

1 All holders
2
3
4
5

Q2

....

..

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

1,006,985 1,023,299 1,034,032 1,040,827 1,041,702 1 ,042,904 1,027,027 1,020,527
266,734 273,225 279,017 284,536 289,365 294,022 298,342 301 742
170,013 171 350 172 596 175 126 177 122
167,550
161,758 164,873
15,132
14,481
13,282
15,431
15,338
13,800
15 666
15 841
97 522
94 256
91 026
88 588
86091
83 133
99 050 100 269
8,473
8,421
8,365
8,398
8,461
8,561
8500
8510
99 997
99 994
97 464
99 993
99 719
94 382
96 346
94452
66,305
68,187
68,116
68,035
67,619
65,381
64095
63 849
15,536
15,960
15,939
15,909
15,955
15,338
15037
15,026
15 594
15,810
15,909
15999
16 105
15 598
15 479
15 292
40
30
50
40
29
29
28
28
507,615 515,422 518,985 518,547 516,111 512,997 493,899 482,414
423,656 430,841 433,923 433,142 430,178 425,890 410 035 398 537
37,990
38,321
37,986
37,699
38,090
38,223
36,023
36,894
47,072
48,786
47,947
47,706
46,491
45,736
46,970
47 854
141,919
132,917 134,659 136,036 137,747 138,762
139,539 140,404
16451
17,086
17,201
17,376
17,549
17,799
16 743
16 865
19,283
19,441
19,495
19,527
18,967
18,982
19,199
18 847
89 529
88,163
86,070
84 571
82 616
91 113
93 501
91 640
13,100
13,044
12,975
12,993
12,948
13,149
12 828
12932
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
4,025
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

126,094
4765
693
4,072
2,235
914
473
506
342
5,999
2,289
3,710
61,412
55,986
5,426
46,446
2,788
43,658
5,237
5,181
56

128,698
4438
689
3,749
2,469
715
615
499
640
6,003
2,266
3,737
62,544
57,142
5,402
47,947
2,874
45,073
5,297
5,240
57

131,456
4669
688
3,981
1,335
491
179
256
409
5,908
2,218
3,690
65,008
59,631
5,377
49,270
2,954
46,316
5,266
5,209
57

134 409
4 110
682
3,428
947
302
46
164
435
5,362
2 130
3,232
68 841
63,495
5 346
49,983
3029
46,954
5,166
5,116
50

138 185
4 227
676
3,551
1 786
783
218
377
408
5,228
1 980
3,248
71 814
66,500
5 314
50,350
3 068
47,282
4,780
4,733
47

147,246
97,184
94,81C
2,374
17,067
13,641
3,426
n.a
n.a
32,995
16,64C
2,852
5,382
8,12C

152,308
100,558
98,057
2,501
17,565
14,115
3,450
n.a
n.a
34,185
17,165
3,091
5,75G
8,173

158, 14C
103,75C
101,068
2,682
17,936
14,401
3,535
n.a
n.a
36,454
18, 407
3,48$
6,04C
8,515

163,000
105,790
103,007
2,783
19,853
19,501
352
717
717
36,64C
18,378
3,426
6,161
8,675

172,303
108,592
105,701
2,891
23,970
23,610
360
2,786
2,786
36,955
18,740
3,447
6,351
8,417

183,657
111,459
108,487
2,972
28,703
28,329
374
4,556
4,556
38,939
19,357
4,044
6,762
8,776

198,376
114,776
111,728
3,048
35,132
34,739
393
8,133
8,133
40,335
20,079
4,344
7,056
8,856

216,654
118,940
115,831
3,109
42,964
42,560
404
14,450
14,450
40,300
20,005
4,344
7,011
8,940

227,155
145,974
27,392
27,561
26,228

238,598
155,173
27,776
28,823
26,826

247,794
162,512
28,262
29,708
27,312

253,343
167,297
27,982
30,517
27,547

260,152
172,248
29,395
30,13C
28,37?

266,262
177,284
29,586
30,914
28,478

272,345
182,195»
30,06*
31,381
28,701

276,760
185 269
30,532
32,065
28 894

113

46. Installment credit—Total outstanding, and net change1^
Millions of dollars

1981
Holder, and type of credit

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Amounts outstanding (end of period)
1 Total

310,760 309,385 311,071 313,669 315,679 318,792 320,649 324,151 328,173 328,093 327,958 331,697

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers 2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks . . . .

145,077 143,429 143,397 143,680 143,841 145,125 145,375 145,996 147,046 146,330 145,592 147,622
77,131 78,090 79,490 81,033 81,794 82,723 83,924 86,152 88,698 89,583 89,956 89,818
43,601 43,776 44,212 44,390 45,055 45,686 46,096 46,605 46,791 46,416 46,092 45,954
27,439 26,507 26,097 26,263 26,287 26,394 26,396 26,477 26,594 26,922 27,510 29,551
10,792
11,148 11,115 10,959 11,125 11,236
11,348 11,529 11,598
10,023 10,173 10,458
5,004
5,007
4,650
4,705
4,900
5,078
4,713
4,571
4,487
4,403
4,578
4,668
2,821
2,792
2,832
2,861
2,849
2,801
2,781
2,821
2,792
2,846
2,849
2,751

By major credit type
9 Automobile
10 Commercial banks
11
Indirect paper
12
Direct loans . . .
13
Credit unions
14 Finance companies . . . .

115,778 116,195 118,049 119,076 119,582 120,400 121,475 123,479 125,703 125,977 125,654 125,331
60,124 59,579 59,910 59,849 59,819 59,907 59,907 59,745 59,451 58,875 58,394 58,081
34,306 34,007 34,343 34,288 34,289 34,402 34,504 34,598 34,615 34,415 34,305 34,375
25,818 25,572 25,567 25,561 25,530 25,505 25,403 25,147 24,836 24,460 24,089 23,706
20,850 20,933 21,142 21,227 21,545 21,847 22,044 22,286 22,375 22,196 22,041 21,975
34,804 35,683 36,997 38,000 38,218 38,646 39,525 41,448 43,877 44,906 45,219 45,275

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

15 Revolving
...
16 Commercial banks
17 Retailers
18 Gasoline companies . . . .

57,556
29,705
23,183
4,668

56,047
29,148
22,321
4,578

55,356
28,776
22,009
4,571

55,716
28,880
22,186
4,650

55,820
28,871
22,244
4,705

56,798
29,523
22,375
4,900

56,764
29,290
22,396
5,078

57,281
29,779
22,498
5,004

58,319
30,687
22,625
5,007

58,384
30,696
22,975
4,713

58,789
30,742
23,560
4,487

62,819
32,880
25,536
4,403

19 Mobile home
20 Commercial banks
21
Finance companies . . . .
22
Savings and loans
23
Credit unions

17,202
10,229
3,741
2,768
464

17,113
10,098
3,740
2,809
466

17,162
10,042
3,762
2,888
470

17,342
10,062
3,828
2,980
472

17,576
10,109
3,909
3,079
479

17,704
10,159
3,990
3,069
486

17,760
10,168
4,076
3,026
490

17,959
10,213
4,178
3,072
496

18,124
10,241
4,282
3,103
498

18,263
10,251
4,384
3,134
494

18,307
10,194
4,439
3,184
490

18,373
10,187
4,494
3,203
489

24 Other
.
j
25
Commercial banks . ./. . .
26 Finance companies . . . .
27
Credit unions
28
Retailers
29
Savings and loans
30
Mutual savings banks . .

120,224 120,030 120,504 121,535 122,701 123,890 124,650 125,432 126,027 125,469 125,208 125,174
45,019 44,604 44,669 44,889 45,042 45,536 46,010 46,259 46,667 46,508 46,262 46,474
39,205 39,667 40,087 40,323 40,526 40,539 40,293 40,298 40,049
38,586 38,667 38,731
22,287 22,377 22,600 22,691 23,031 23,353 23,563 23,823 23,918 23,726 23,561
23,490
4,077
3,969
4,186
4,088
4,019
4,000
3,947
4,043
3,979
4,256
3,950
4,015
7,812
8,214
7,364
8,133
8,345
7,570
8,046
7,933
8,069
8,053
7,255
8,395
2,821
2,792
2,821
2,832
2,846
2,849
2,861
2,849
2,801
2,781
2,792
2,751

Net change (during period)3
1,401

1,770

2,885

773

-76

67

710
570
219
307
45
42
-12

81
1,074
384
101
-162
-45
-32

-329
1,854
239
77
84
-136
-19

328
2,617
-149
70
90
-52
-19

-333
1,150
-112
51
69
-36
= 16

= 398
543
= 240
-28
115
-71
3

824
-249
-190
-324
85
-58
-21

= 115
-128
-30
-98
160
-147

149
-122
-2
= 120
106
165

1,090
74
245
-171
178
838

1,398
-331
-25
= 306
101
1,628

1,954
-507
= 147
= 360
-82
2,543

591
-429
-118
-311
-62
1,082

155
= 318
-78
-240
= 101
574

-13
-44
201
= 245
-85
116

691
254
363
74

409
238
131
40

870
564
264
42

-132
-226
139
-45

-13
20
103
= 136

725
668
109
-52

173
120
89
-36

1
65
7
-71

141
483
-284
-58

64
-59
25
97

183
23
58
99
3

248
12
78
152
6

110
9
85
14
2

60
18
79
-46
9

146
17
91
36
2

126
12
90
24
0

92
-2
67
29
-2

47
-43
54
38
=2

151
79
48
26
-2

871
231
193
154
= 33
321
5

952
9
448
127
-12
322
58

1,083
90
478
225
= 54
367
-23

752
259
320
111
43
31
-12

383
215
157
197
= 38
-116
-32

239
= 35
135
136
= 26
48
-19

80
155
= 16
-67
-39
66
-19

= 83
-22
1
-48
-38
40
= 16

= 279
= 102
-85
= 137
-35
77
3

-212
306
= 413
-103
-40
59
-21

1,183

1,707

2,971

2,474

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers2
...
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks . . . .

- 1 ,020
1,113
288
393
232
99
78

-696
1,530
444
113
254
62
0

434
1,539
287
227
418
61
5

45
1,253
272
351
421
74
58

212
409
391
77
519
40
-23

By major credit type
39 Automobile
40
Commercial banks
41
Indirect paper
42
Direct loans . . . .
43
Credit unions
44 Finance companies . . . .

33
-1,157
-825
-332
206
984

832
-493
-344
= 149
211
1,114

1,526
73
156
-83
132
1,321

648
-241
-127
-114
142
747

45 Revolving
46
Commercial banks
47 Retailers
48 Gasoline companies . . . .

576
92
385
99

202
42
98
62

510
189
260
61

49 Mobile home
50
Commercial banks
51
Finance companies . . . .
52
Savings and loans
53 Credit unions

-59
-120
15
46
0

-87
= 142
18
31
6

54 Other
55 Commercial banks
56 Finance companies . . . .
57 Credit unions
58
Retailers
59
Savings and loans
60
Mutual savings banks . .

633
165
114
82
8
186
78

760
-103
398
227
15
223
0

31 Total
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

114




1,625

1,881

46. Installment credit—Total outstanding, and net change1^—Continued
Millions of dollars

1982
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

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies . . . . .
Mutual savings banks

By major credit type
9 Automobile
10 Commercial banks
11
Indirect paper
12
Direct loans
13 Credit unions
14 Finance companies . . . .

328,755 326,301 326,265 327,933 329,358 332,303 333,285 334,971 337,469 336,473 338,372 344,798
146,782 145,788 145,588 146,186 146,167 147,227 147,559 148,438 149,801 149,528 149,651 152,069
88,925 89,009 89,591 90,674 91,958 93,009 93,353 93,207 93,357
92,541 93,462 94,322
45,907 45,586 45,632 45,450 45,472 45,882 45,698
46,154 46,846 46,645 46,832 47,253
28,179 27,013 26,530 26,537 26,536 26,645 26,710 26,751 26,829 27,046 27,639 30,202
13,457 13,672 13,891
12,833 13,051
11,668
11,738 11,926 12,081 12,202 12,312 12,520
4,227
4,218
4,322
4,398
4,600
4,714
4,229
4,669
4,541
4,141
4,433
4,063
2,805
2,934
2,830
2,845
2,874
2,734
2,769
2,753
2,778
2,916
2,998
2,975
124,580 124,498 124,917 125,693 126,838 128,143 128,110
57,904 57,808 57,868 57,950 57,717 57,868 57,882
34,356 34,288 34,294 34,358 34,250 34,365 34,389
23,548 23,520 23,574 23,592 23,467 23,503 23,493
21,953 21,799 21,821 21,733 21,744 21,940 21,852
44,723 44,891 45,228 46,010 47,377 48,335 48,376

128,051 128,865 128,375 129,299 130,227
57,992 58,542 58,552 58,701 58,851
34,345 34,728 34,744 34,884 35,178
23,647 23,814 23,808 23,817 23,673
22,071 22,402 22,306 22,395
22,596
47,988 47,921 47,518 48,203 48,780

15 Revolving . .
16 Commercial banks
17
Retailers
18 Gasoline companies . . . .

61,332
32,542
24,249
4,541

59,539
31,948
23,158
4,433

58,646
31,687
22,730
4,229

58,940
31,937
22,776
4,227

59,111
32,083
22,810
4,218

59,946
32,618
22,930
4,398

60,556
32,937
23,019
4,600

61,293
33,509
23,070
4,714

61,845
34,017
23,159
4,669

61,836
34,110
23,404
4,322

62,362
34,233
23,988
4,141

67,184
36,688
26,433
4,063

19 Mobile home
20 Commercial banks
21
Finance companies . . . .
22
Savings and loans
23 Credit unions

18,310
10,119
4,481
3,222
488

18,239
10,007
4,506
3,241
485

18,258
9,932
4,548
3,293
486

18,352
9,924
4,608
3,336
484

18,488
9,969
4,666
3,369
484

18,603
9,984
4,731
3,400
488

18,721
9,977
4,801
3,458
486

18,918
9,967
4,916
3,544
491

19,011
9,956
4,953
3,604
498

19,043
9,860
4,971
3,716
496

19,049
9,806
4,970
3,775
498

18,988
9,684
4,965
3,836
503

24 Other
25 Commercial banks
26 Finance companies . . . .
27
Credit unions
28 Retailers
29
Savings and loans
30
Mutual savings banks . .

124,533 124,025 124,444 124,948 124,921 125,611 125,898
46,217 46,025 46,101 46,375 46,398 46,757 46,763
39,721 39,612 39,815 40,056 39,915 39,943 40,176
23,466 23,302 23,326 23,233 23,244 23,454 23,360
3,691
3,715
3,726
3,800
3,761
3,855
3,930
9,063
8,912
8,833
8,633
8,745
8,497
8,446
2,845
2,830
2,805
2,734
2,769
2,778
2,753

126,709 127,748 127,219 127,662 128,399
46,970 47,286 47,006 46,91 1 46,846
40,303 40,483 40,052 40,289 40,577
23,592 23,946 23,844 23,939 24,154
3,642
3,651
3,670
3,681
3,769
9,741
9,289
9,447
9,897 10,055
2,934
2,998
2,874
2,916
2,975

Net change (during period)3
417

167

633

1,623

1,844

2,023

839

256

1,256

-131

2,015

2,418

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks . . . .

105
-204
308
-26
140
27
67

77
102
-110
-60
139
34
-15

420
204
-123
121
172
-158
-3

680
631
110
54
139
-8
17

498
1,027
-49
187
160
-14
35

446
1,067
79
197
198
14
22

287
152
= 47
246
190
=7
18

-21
-192
157
-43
263
45
47

688
106
255
69
200
-88
26

73
-372
38
-67
274
-108
-31

457
1,051
412
-51
181
= 35
0

1,111
1,024
197
-91
201
-51
27

By major credit type
39 Automobile
40
Commercial banks
41
Indirect paper
42
Direct loans
43
Credit unions
44 Finance companies . . . .

66
119
219
-100
176
-229

-145
-100
-94
-6
-60
15

-281
-216
-170
-46
-73
8

546
20
93
-73
58
468

1,093
-115
-27
-88
= 31
1,239

969
-91
-5
-86
42
1,018

37
142
201
= 59
= 19
-86

-380
-91
- 143
52
60
-349

349
360
238
122
110
= 121

-70
137
117
20
16
-223

1,534
336
134
202
211
987

1,491
527
429
98
89
875

45 Revolving
46
Commercial banks
47
Retailers
48 Gasoline companies . . . .

-108
-126
-9
27

102
127
-59
34

523
546
135
-158

653
576
85
-8

751
540
225
-14

727
532
181
14

558
299
266
-7

199
166
-12
45

311
311
88
= 88

81
223
-34
-108

39
74
0
-35

501
650
-98
-51

49 Mobile home
50
Commercial banks
51
Finance companies . . . .
52
Savings and loans
53
Credit unions

5
-45
19
28
3

-16
-96
58
24
-2

33
-61
55
41
-2

68
-26
59
33
2

96
2
47
47
0

95
-20
62
52
1

108
-16
66
57
1

177
-22
108
89
2

75
-6
18
60
3

-35
-105
-9
78
1

23
-47
5
61
4

-37
-74
-15
49
3

54 Other
55
Commercial banks
56 Finance companies . . . .
57
Credit unions
58 Retailers .
59
Savings and loans
60
Mutual savings banks . .

454
157
6
129
-17
112
67

226
146
29
-48
-1
115
-15

358
151
141
-48
= 14
131
-3

356
110
104
50
-31
106
17

-96
71
= 259
-18
= 38
113
35

232
25
-13
36
16
146
22

136
-138
172
-29
= 20
133
18

260
-74
49
95
-31
174
47

521
23
209
142
= 19
140
26

-107
-182
-140
21
-33
196
31

419
94
59
197
-51
120
0

463
8
164
105
7
152
27

31 Total
32
33
34
35
36
37
38




115

47. Installment credit—Extensions and liquidations^
Millions of dollars

1981
Holder, and type of credit

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept. j

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Extensions1
27,274

28,322

29,370

28,818

28,180

28,770

27,856

27,622

29,316

26,641

26,578

26,594

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers2
Savings and loans . . .
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks . . . .

10,802
5,904
2,994
4,524
715
2,089
246

11,626
6,193
3,167
4,331
751
2,091
163

12,504
5,911
3,153
4,472
1,038
2,113
179

12,376
5,218
3,181
4,672
985
2,152
234

12,283
4,937
3,212
4,399
1,068
2,133
148

12,697
5,251
3,137
4,699
649
2,166
171

12,043
5,474
3,190
4,521
381
2,113
134

11,461
5,981
2,924
4,507
592
2,027
130

12,322
7,061
2,618
4,530
607
2,042
136

11,262
5,406
2,690
4,508
596
2,039
140

11,558
5,214
2,551
4,444
662
1,990
159

12,778
4,333
2,641
4,113
627
1,965
137

By major credit type
9 Automobile
10 Commercial banks
11
Indirect paper
..
12
Direct loans
13 Credit unions .
14 Finance companies . . . .

7,343
2,704
1,291
1,413
1,592
3,047

8,230
3,457
1,850
1,607
1,613
3,160

8,499
3,916
2,256
1,660
1,586
2,997

7,458
3,691
2,080
1,611
1,589
2,178

7,383
3,690
2,071
1,619
1,608
2,085

7,514
3,724
2,142
1,582
1,553
2,237

8,111
3,811
2,332
1 ,479
1,618
2,682

8,097
3,343
1,999
1 ,344
1,527
3,227

8,936
3,128
1,873
1,255
1,355
4,453

7,273
3,003
1,765
1,238
1,369
2,901

7,501
3,452
2,102
1,350
1,323
2,726

7,162
3,613
2,221
1,392
1,396
2,153

15 Revolving
16 Commercial banks
17 Retailers
...
18 Gasoline companies . . . .

11,345
5,236
4,020
2,089

11,390
5,474
3,825
2,091

11,620
5,494
4,013
2,113

11,927
5,590
4,185
2,152

11,676
5,586
3,957
2,133

12,221
5,893
4,162
2,166

11,249
5,073
4,063
2,113

11,220
5,150
4,043
2,027

12,345
6,223
4,080
2,042

11,606
5,504
4,063
2,039

11,400
5,406
4,004
1,990

11,595
5,947
3,683
1,965

19 Mobile home
20
Commercial banks . .
21 Finance companies . . . .
22
Savings and loans
23 Credit unions

392
180
81
119
12

405
181
88
118
18

616
234
88
269
25

593
293
100
184
16

620
261
112
230
17

509
280
122
93
14

454
285
116
32
21

514
272
121
107
14

508
273
124
99
12

452
227
115
100
10

445
201
115
119
10

515
301
106
99
9

24 Other
25
Commercial banks . .
26 Finance companies . . . .
27 Credit unions
28 Retailers
29
Savings and loans
30 Mutual savings banks . .

8,194
2,682
2,776
1,390
504
596
246

8,297
2,514
2,945
1,536
506
633
163

8,635
2,860
2,826
1,542
459
769
179

8,840
2,802
2,940
1,576
487
801
234

8,501
2,746
2,740
1,587
442
838
148

8,526
2,800
2,892
1,570
537
556
171

8,042
2,874
2,676
1,551
458
349
134

7,791
2,696
2,633
1,383
464
485
130

7,527
2,698
2,484
1,251
450
508
136

7,310
2,528
2,390
1,311
445
496
140

7,232
2,499
2,373
1,218
440
543
159

7,322
2,917
2,074
1,236
430
528
137

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

.

Liquidations'
26,091

26,615

26,399

26,344

26,555

26,889

26,455

25,852

26,431

25,868

26,654

26,527

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks . . . .

11,822
4,791
2,706
4,131
483
1,990
168

12,322
4,663
2,723
4,218
497
2,029
163

12,070
4,372
2,866
4,245
620
2,052
174

12,331
3,965
2,909
4,321
564
2,078
176

12,071
4,528
2,821
4,322
549
2,093
171

11,987
4,681
2,918
4,392
604
2,124
183

11,962
4,400
2,806
4,420
543
2,158
166

11,790
4,127
2,685
4,430
508
2,163
149

11,994
4,444
2,767
4,460
517
2,094
155

11,595
4,256
2,802
4,457
527
2,075
156

11,956
4,671
2,791
4,472
547
2,061
156

11,954
4,582
2,831
4,437
542
2,023
15$

By major credit type
39 Automobile
40 Commercial banks
41
Indirect paper
42
Direct loans
43
Credit unions
44 Finance companies . . . .

7,310
3,861
2,116
1,745
1,386
2,063

7,398
3,950
2,194
1,756
1,402
2,046

6,973
3,843
2,100
1,743
1,454
1,676

6,810
3,932
2,207
1,725
1,447
1,431

7,498
3,818
2,101
1,717
1,448
2,232

7,365
3,846
2,144
1,702
1,447
2,072

7,021
3,737
2,087
1,650
1 ,440
1,844

6,982
3,635
2,020
1,615
1,437
1,910

6,682
3,432
1,883
1,549
1,431
1,819

7,346
3,770
2,180
1,590
1,424
2,152

7,175
3,657
2,020
1,637
1,481
2,037

. .

10,769
5,144
3,635
1,990

11,188
5,432'
3,727
2,029

11,110
5,305
3,753
2,052

12,236
5,336
3,822
2,078

11,267
5,348
3,826
2,093

11,351
5,329
3,898
2,124

11,381
5,299
3,924
2,158

11,233
5,130
3,940
2,163

11,620
5,555
3,971
2,094

11,433
5,384
3,974
2,075

11,399
5,341
3,997
2,061

1 1 ,454
5,464
3,967
2,023

49 Mobile home
50
Commercial banks
5 1 Finance companies . . . .
52
Savings and loans
53 Credit unions . . .

451
300
66
73
12

492
323
70
87
12

552
293
63
172
24

410
270
42
85
13

372
249
34
78
11

399
271
37
79
12

394
267
37
78
12

368
255
30
71
12

382
261
34
75
12

360
229
48
71
12

398
244
61
81
12

364
222
58
73
11

54 Other
55 Commercial banks
56 Finance companies . . . .
57
Credit unions
58 Retailers
59
Savings and loans
60 Mutual savings banks . .

7,561
2,517
2,662
1,308
496
410
168

7,537
2,617
2,547
1,309
491
410
163

7,764
2,629
2,633
1,388
492
448
174

7,888
2,793
2,492
1,449
499
479
176

7,418
2,656
2,262
1,362
496
471
171

7,774
2,541
2,572
1,459
494
525
183

7,659
2,659
2,519
1,354
496
465
166

7,552
2,731
2,498
1,247
490
437
149

7,447
2,543
2,500
1,318
489
442
155

7,393
2,550
2,389
1,359
483
456
156

7,511
2,601
2,458
1,355
475
466
156

7,534
2,611
2}487
1,339
470
469
158

31 Total
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

45 Revolving
46 Commercial banks
47
Retailers
48
Gasoline companies

116



6,699
3,674
2,024
1,650
1 ,426
1,599

47. Installment credit—Extensions and liquidations^—Continued
Millions of dollars

1982
Holder, and type of credit

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Extensions

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1

26,656

27,182

27,356

28,765

29,517

30,034

27,982

28,024

28,619

28,650

31,691

30,777

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies .
Credit unions
Retailers2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks . . . .

11,853
4,517
3,016
4,371
686
1,991
222

12,539
4,703
2,713
4,353
718
2,010
146

12,764
4,760
2,651
4,489
711
1,834
147

13,153
5,350
2,928
4,511
732
1,915
176

13,206
6,027
2,828
4,593
767
1,895
201

13,819
5,781
2,889
4,626
787
1,946
186

12,958
4,646
2,737
4,740
789
1,931
181

12,984
4,580
2,916
4,470
865
2,004
205

13,219
4,841
3,047
4,621
817
1,886
188

13,754
4,533
2,963
4,457
909
1,836
198

14,806
6,099
3,434
4,444
862
1,869
177

14,236
5,861
3,295
4,446
899
1,834
206

By major credit type
9 Automobile
10 Commercial banks
11
Indirect paper
12
Direct loans
13 Credit unions
14 Finance companies . . . .

7,354
3,664
2,238
1,426
1,558
2,132

7,127
3,410
1,869
1,541
1,378
2,339

7,072
3,379
1,814
1,565
1,401
2,292

7,987
3,615
2,103
1,512
1,535
2,837

8,471
3,481
1,971
1,510
1,451
3,539

8,364
3,517
2,038
1,479
1,495
3,352

7,376
3,724
2,260
1,464
1,410
2,242

7,162
3,558
1,953
1,605
1,504
2,100

7,488
3,667
1,988
1,679
1,554
2,267

8,041
4,252
2,642
1,610
1,545
2,244

10,177
4,766
2,878
1,888
1,785
3,626

9,716
4,527
2,674
1,853
1,721
3,468

15 Revolving
16 Commercial banks
17 Retailers
18 Gasoline companies . . . .

11,175
5,263
3,921
1,991

11,968
6,068
3,890
2,010

12,329
6,451
4,044
1,834

12,487
6,494
4,078
1,915

12,775
6,707
4,173
1,895

13,367
7,269
4,152
1,946

12,658
6,423
4,304
1,931

12,728
6,678
4,046
2,004

12,705
6,629
4,190
1,886

12,614
6,733
4,045
1,836

12,778
6,855
4,054
1,869

12,491
6,652
4,005
1,834

....

457
230
104
108
15

441
209
115
107
10

453
207
118
119
9

533
261
124
132
16

501
245
119
125
12

498
224
130
131
13

507
228
131
135
13

615
234
190
111
14

522
257
101
149
15

543
270
80
178
15

486
223
86
160
17

473
210
86
159
18

24 Other
25
Commercial banks
26 Finance companies . . . .
27
Credit unions
28
Retailers
29
Savings and loans
30 Mutual savings banks . .

7,670
2,696
2,281
1,443
450
578
222

7,646
2,852
2,249
1,325
463
611
146

7,502
2,727
2,350
1,241
445
592
147

7,758
2,783
2,389
1,377
433
600
176

7,770
2,773
2,369
1,365
420
642
201

7,805
2,809
2,299
1,381
474
656
186

7,441
2,583
2,273
1,314
436
654
181

7,519
2,514
2,290
1,398
424
688
205

7,904
2,666
2,473
1,478
431
668
188

7,452
2,499
2,209
1,403
412
731
198

8,250
2,962
2,387
1,632
390
702
177

8,097
2,847
2,307
1,556
441
740
206

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

19 Mobile home
20
Commercial banks
21 Finance companies
22
Savings and loans
23
Credit unions

Liquidations1
26,239

27,015

26,723

27,142

27,673

28,011

27,143

27,768

27,363

28,781

29,676

28,359

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies
Mutual savings banks . . . .

11,748
4,721
2,708
4,397
546
1,964
155

12,462
4,601
2,823
4,413
579
1,976
161

12,344
4,556
2,774
4,368
539
1,992
150

12,473
4,719
2,818
4,457
593
1,923
159

12,708
5,000
2,877
4,406
607
1,909
166

13,373
4,714
2,810
4,429
589
1,932
164

12,671
4,494
2,784
4,494
599
1,938
163

13,005
4,772
2,759
4,513
602
1,959
158

12,531
4,735
2,792
4,552
617
1,974
162

13,681
4,905
2,925
4,524
635
1,944
167

14,349
5,048
3,022
4,495
681
1,904
111

13,125
4,837
3,098
4,537
698
1,885
179

By major credit type
39 Automobile
40
Commercial banks
41
Indirect paper
42
Direct loans
43
Credit unions
44 Finance companies . . . .

7,288
3,545
2,019
1,526
1,382
2,361

7,272
3,510
1,963
1,547
1,438
2,324

7,353
3,595
1,984
1,611
1,474
2,284

7,441
3,595
2,010
1,585
1,477
2,369

7,378
3,596
1,998
1,598
1,482
2,300

7,395
3,608
2,043
1,565
1,453
2,334

7,339
3,582
2,059
1,523
1,429
2,328

7,542
3,649
2,096
1,553
1,444
2,449

7,139
3,307
1,750
1,557
1,444
2,388

8,111
4,115
2,525
1,590
1,529
2,467

8,643
4,430
2,744
1,686
1,574
2,639

8,225
4,000
2,245
1,755
1,632
2,593

45 Revolving
46
Commercial banks
47
Retailers
48 Gasoline companies . . . .

11,283
5,389
3,930
1,964

11,866
5,941
3,949
1,976

11,806
5,905
3,909
1,992

11,834
5,918
3,993
1,923

12,024
6,167
3,948
1,909

12,640
6,737
3,971
1,932

12,100
6,124
4,038
1,938

12,529
6,512
4,058
1,959

12,394
6,318
4,102
1,974

12,533
6,510
4,079
1,944

12,739
6,781
4,054
1,904

11,990
6,002
4,103
1,885

49 Mobile home
50 Commercial banks
51 Finance companies . . . .
52
Savings and loans
53 Credit unions

452
275
85
80
12

457
305
57
83
12

420
268
63
78
11

465
287
65
99
14

405
243
72
78
12

403
244
68
79
12

399
244
65
78
12

438
256
82
88
12

447
263
83
89
12

578
375
89
100
14

463
270
81
99
13

510
284
101
110
15

54 Other
55
Commercial banks
56 Finance companies . . . .
57
Credit unions
58 Retailers . .
59
Savings and loans
60
Mutual savings banks . .

7,216
2,539
2,275
1,314
467
466
155

7,420
2,706
2,220
1,373
464
496
161

7,144
2,576
2,209
1,289
459
461
150

7,402
2,673
2,285
1,327
464
494
159

7,866
2,702
2,628
1,383
458
529
166

7,573
2,784
2,312
1,345
458
510
164

7,305
2,721
2,101
1,343
456
521
163

7,259
2,588
2,241
1,303
455
514
158

7,383
2,643
2,264
1,336
450
528
162

7,559
2,681
2,349
1,382
445
535
167

7,831
2,868
2,328
1,435
441
582
177

7,634
2,839
2,143
1,451
434
588
179

31 Total
32
33
34
35
36
37
38




117

48. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, December 31, 1982
A. All sectors
Amounts outstanding, billions of dollars
Private domestic nonfinancial sectors
Line, and transaction category

Households
Assets

1 Total financial assets . . . .

Business

U« '•

5,394.5

Assets

Assets

. . 1,173.3

u

^~

Assets

283.9

l

lef

6,851.7

2,155 7

1,740 .7

2 Total liabilities

Tota

anneal

Li a li
t .^ -

Rest
of the
world

312 5
312.5

. .

95 1
95 1

. 412.9
412.9

52
5.2

118



\tf

271.6
552.6

1,134 0
53

160
160

50

1 297 9
206.6

74
44

24 5
..

24 5
1 l

1 302 9
206.6

60.0

65.9

289.7

26.6
12 0

16.6

43.3
12,0

35.8

244.6
931 7

.

100
97 9

226.3

207.2 991.4

244.6
931 7

Security credit
Trade credit6
Taxes payable
Miscellaneous

L

16 5

17 Life insurance reserves . .
18 Pension fund reserves
19 Interbank claims
....

31
32
33
34

A—

73
10.2

163.8

21 Credit market instruments . .
22 U.S. Treasury4
securities
....
23 Federal agency
5
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

Uef

38.1
21 4

1 4 Large time deposits
15 Federal funds and
security RPs
16 Deposits abroad

20 Corporate equities3

U

467.3

3 Gold
4 Special drawing rights
5 International Monetary
Fund position
6 Official foreign exchange .
7 Treasury currency

12 Small time and
savings deposits
13 Money market fund shares

-

A1,314.8

418.4

2

8 Checkable deposits
and currency
9 Private domestic
10 Foreign
11 U . S government . .

A ts

. . tl
u
-'government

. ..

33.9

-74 0

1,306.2

1,306.2

...

821.4 \t61t>.4
276.3

103.6 1,693.9
112

84.3

18

155.3

35

73.5
186.9
45.4
27,7
82.2

. ..
1,13£i,5
42*}.0
3*) 3
...
7*^ 6

177.5 388.3

.

83 9

..

40 2

70.8

75

423 3
511.2

1,102.5 :$,758.6
.371.4

2*>,4
2;> 4

487 4

45.9

If ).5

388.5

149 4

987 7
34

378 6 166.3

449.4

73.5
232.5
55.7

423.3
1,649.8
428.0
476 1
58.3
273 8

440 8
583
189 5

. . . .
363.7
.
-12
13 6
99.2

225.8

. 126.3

.

55.7
31.3

78.3

76.7
98
..

.
30 1

27.7
487.4
13 6
470.7

25.4
416.2
-12
115.7

41.4 59.7
49.4
29 3
35.0 74.9
62 3
224

12 0

.3

157 8

22 4
-12 7
105.3 261.0 12 0

18 3
*

Financial sectors
Sponsored agencies
and mortgage pools

Total
Assets

Liabilities

5,155.0

Assets

Liabilities

Assets

Commercial
banking

U

*^U-

193.2

426.1
4,936.2

Monetary
authority

Liabilities

Assets

Assets

Liabilities

2,927.9

1,067.8
193.2

420.3

Private
nonbank finance

1,515.8

Floats
and
discrepancies

All
sectors1

Assets

Liabilities

12,745.5
2,807.0

. Assets-10.3

10,937.6

11.1

Ill
*
5.8
18 4

7.3
10.2
18.4

7.3
10.2
16.5

497.4
456.8
16.0
24.5

535.4
497.0
16.0
22.3

44.0
44.0

535.4
497.0
16.0
22 3

20.7

51.1
23.8

49.5
427.2

46.0

47.1
20.3
247.7

20.7

729.3
206.6

1,324.7
206.6

1,324.7
206.6

12
13

68.0

66.0

391.6

391.6

34

36.9
23.8

15.1

94.4
35.8

145.5
35.8

244.6
931.7
-24.5

244.6
931.7
-24.9

.9

150 3

1,426 5

..

139.3

87 5
2.0

305.5

33 3
109.3
66.0

.4
95.1

..
1.5

74
462.6




6.3

38.7

4.1

5.9

103.4

51.1

-.4

15
16
17
18
19

89.9

1,811.7

89.9

20

2,138.7

238.1

5,656.1

5,656.1

21

987.7

987.7

22

170.6

385.0

385.0

23

124.5

60.0

449.4

449.4

24

570.6
1,652.1
428.0
538.7
242.5
402.1

570.6
1,652.1
428.0
538.7
242.5
402.1

25
26
27
28
29
30

74.8
552.5
.9
835.6

74.8
446.4
6.2
839.2

25.5

446.5
763.0
183.8

62.1
2.0

34.6

110.8
149.2

' '33.3'
74.7
66.0

20.9
20.3

49.3

133.8

'5.8*
313.9

26.2

49.3

-2.2

8
9
10
11

190.9

78,2

92
301.7
188.4
538 7
18.1

38.0
40.2

427.1

133.5

9.5

381.6

24.5
24.5

-70.9

158 6

381.6

381.6

283.1
455.7
1,370.2
372.2
538.7
130.8
244.3

37.8
37.8

1

405.1
3.2

466.9
258.6

46.0

369.6
337.1
15.6
16.9

234.6
833.7
3.5

89.9
679.8

5
6
7

130.3

56
5.6
. . . .

14 2

234 6
833.7
- 24 9

4,120.5

"-i.9

325.6

141 3
135.4
.4
55

391 6
145 5

3
4

595.4

.6
.6

1 324 7
206 6

68.0

1
2

49.3
26.7

*
5.8
18.4

Line

1.6
104.1

-106.1
5.4
3.6

31
32
33
34

119

48. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, December 31, 1982—Continued
B. Private nonbank financial institutions
Amounts outstanding, billions of dollars
Savings
and loan
associations

Total
Transaction category
Assets
1 Total assets

Liabilities

Assets
706.0

2,927.9

l

Li

£» ' -

....

. Life
insurance

Credit
unions

Assets

u
H
t*» -

Asset s

174.2

.

companies

Liabilit|es

88,*»

1A5.0

679 0

2,807.0

2 Total liabilities

Mutual
savings
banks

3 Checkable deposits
4 Small time and
savings deposits
5 Money market fund shares .

37.8

24.5

20.7

729.3
206.6

6 Large time deposits

68.0

66.0

14.0

59 5

1.8

7 Federal funds and
security RPs
8 Deposits abroad

36.9
23.8

15.1

15.4

15 1

ACC^K
Assets

Liabil '(ies

563.6

81.9

Private
pension
funds
Assets

Li U

^ -

344.6
535 6

344.6

5.3

12 Credit market instruments . .
13 U.S. Treasury
securities'*
14 Federal agency
securities^
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

120




14.6
506.7

4.8

14

52

145.9

5.2

20 7

76.7

6.4

59

22

427.1
2,138.7

89.9
238.1

21

93

7t4 tf
228 8

234.6
833.7

9 Life insurance reserves . . .
10 Pension fund reserves
1 1 Corporate equities^

5.5

600.4

^7
70.4 151.3

64 4

344 6

58.6
457 8

200.4
125.8

190.9

13 6

60

S4

16 1

38 9

170.0

74 4

17 9

67

17 S

14.7

7S

8

124.5
446.5
763.0
183.8

62.1
2.0

'iio.s

' 33.3
74.7
66.0

20.9
20.3

37
482 4
20 2

12
....
66 0

81

18 Q
94.5
43

198 6
141.9

.

55
47 3

68 1
4.1

49.3

149.2

133.8

5.8
313.9

88

70.9

_ 6
14 2

22.6
53 1

7.3

7.5

7.9

41.3

42
68 1

7.0

State and
local government
retirement funds
Assets

Habilities

260 4

Other
insurance
companies
Assets

Li abili
f

ties

203.0
260.4

52

...

Real estate
investment
trusts

Finance
companies
r
Assets

Liabil

ties

i-

Assets

3.2

..

LiabiH

ties

"

7.7

229.$
144.2

Open-end
investment
companies

240.6

Assets

Uabilities

89.9

Assets

89.9
1.2

u

$ecurity
brokers
and dealers
bili

» ties

206.6

8.4

49

Money
market
funds

...

Assets

~
ties

53.7
206.6

3

Line

Liabm

....

1

49.9
30

..

3
4
5

206 6
40 8

6

16.2
23 8

7
8

;

9
10

260 4

62.9

...

192 3

...

49.4

41.5
137.9

34 5

....

29 8

...
...
.

11.1

161. 3

24

6.4

13.3

39.4

123.7

5.1

224.7

87.0

110 1
14 1

89.9

54.6

..

.

26.4
18
....

12

3.5

13
14

21.1
16 5
112 1
28 8
74 3

..

14.1

.

.7
20

10.2

24

58 2

..

1.0

.

33
.4

2.9

....

..

15
16
17
18
19
20
21

69.1

96 1

20.9
20.3
...

11

18.7 . .
....

9.5

39




2

1 i
143.0

5
78 7

53

2.0

.

.

18

...

49.3
6

22
23
24
25

121

49. Flow of funds accounts, 1971-82
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars
Transaction category, or sector

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

Nonfinane ial sectors
1 Total credit market debt owed by
domestic nonfmancial sectors
2 U.S. government
3
Treasury issues
4
Agency issues and mortgages . . .
5 Private domestic nonfmancial
sectors
Debt capital instruments
State and local obligations . . .
Corporate bonds
Mortgages
Home mortgages
Multifamily residential
Commercial
Farm

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

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

Nonfmancial business . .
Farm
Nonfarm noncorporate
Corporate

26 Foreign credit market debt held
in United States
27
Bonds
28
Bank loans n.e.c
29 Open-market paper
U.S. government loans
30
31 Total nonfinancial domestic plus
foreign

122




1,569.9 1,730.9 1,919.1 2,094.0 2,288.5 2,532.1 2,851.5 3,214.3 3,603.2 3,958.4 4,347.5 4,750.0
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
825.6
4.5

991.4
987.7
3.7

1,244.2 1,390.1 1,570.0 1,733.1 1,842.2 2,016.4 2,279.0 2,588.1 2,939.7 3,215.6 3,517.4 3,758.6
968.5 1,072.8 1,173.1 1,275.8 1,399.4 1,570.4 1,769.1 1,986.9 2,191.2 2,365.9 2,522.5
866.4
291.3
262.9
191.2 207.7
321.1
356.9
223.8
176.5
161.8
389.8
449.4
239.5
277.2
298.1
207.5
227.1
318.3
373.9
254.3
198.3
186.1
340.8
397.8
423.3
674.1
797.7
593.7
518.5
882.8 1009.4 1,159.6 1,325.1 1,460.4 1,578.3 1,649.8
738.3
647.9
759.9
322.6
881.6
553.8
365.1
410.8
447.9
978.5 1,056.9 1,112.4
490.0
109.8
91.4
81.0
68.3
119.1
140.4
135.5
102.7
98.3
126.9
135.8
98.9
209.7
95.4
169.6
188.0
130.7
233.9
254.0
157.9
111.8
279.3
295.0
145.8
35.8
82.7
63.6
56.6
41.3
46.3
70.8
92.0
50.9
32.2
101.8
106.9
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

616.9
221.5
248.6
21.2
125.6

708.6
248.3
289.1
24.3
146.9

819.0
283.6
337.9
25.4
172.1

952.8 1,024.4 1,151.5 1,236.2
331.0
366.3
476.1
417.2
383.4
388.2
413.9
428.0
58.3
36.5
43.2
60.9
201.8
226.7
259.8
273.8

1,244.2 1,390.1 1,570.8 1,733.1 1,842.2 2,016.4 2,279.0 2,588.1 2,939.7 3,215.6 3,517.4 3758.6
181.4
193.7
209.2
222.9 238.2
253.6
272.7
292.9
320.2
342.5
388.3
166.9
670.5
724.2
776.1 866.5 1,004.1 1,171.8 1,349.0 1,469.2 1,589.3 1,676.4
591.0
526.2

551.1
51.4
119.6
380.1

617.8
57.2
148.0
412.5

705.8
66.9
177.7
461.2

799.7
74.7
197.8
527.2

843.2
83.2
211.9
548.2

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

911.7 1,021.3 1,143.5 1,297.8 1,426.3 1,585.6
93.4 105.6 120.3 141.6
156.0
172.4
353.8
394.3
227.3
255.6
286.0
320.4
591.0 660.1 737.3
835.7
916.4 1,019.0
110.6
33.9
24.1
13.6
39.0

123.9
38.9
27.1
16.1
41.8

161.9
43.1
46.4
26.6
45.7

182.5
47.0
48.7
37.8
49.0

209.6
47.8
60:2
48.0
53.6

237.1
53.3
64.1
61.9
57.9

1,693.9
181.3
412.4
1,100.2
226.3
59.7
29.3
74.9
62.3

1,624.7 1,791.6 1,986.1 2,173.8 2,379.7 2,642.7 2,975.4 3,376.2 3,785.7 4,168.0 4,584.6 4,976.3

49. Flow of funds accounts, 1971-82—Continued
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector—Continued
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars
Transaction category, or sector

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

Financial sectors
32 Total credit market debt owed
by financial sectors

44 Sponsored credit agencies
45 Mortgage pools
..
46 Private financial sectors
47 Commercial banks
48 Bank affiliates
49 Savings and loan associations . . .
50 Finance companies
.......
51 Real estate investment trusts . . . .

235.9

245.0

267.9

316.4

391.5

473.3

534.7

615.4

679.8

49.5

57.9

77.9

98.6

108.9

123.1

145.0

181.7

230.3

273.9

319.0

381.6

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
94.8

159.9
114.0

190.0
129.0

203.1
178.5

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

243.0
79.0
12.1
28.3
81.8

260.8
86.1
11.2
27.9
86.6

296.4
85.3
8.3
30.1
107.6

298.2
87.5
2.0
33.3
109.3

8.0

15.1

21.8

17.8

15.9

20.2

32.7

41.8

49.0

65.2

66.0

129.2

43 Total, by sector

198.7

7.9

37 Private financial sectors
38 Corporate bonds
39 Mortgages
40 Bank loans n.e c
41 Open-market paper
42 Loans from Federal Home
Loan Banks

154.4

79.7
25.9
5.7
14.3
25.9

By type of instrument
33 U S. government-related
34 Sponsored credit agency
securities . . . .
35 Mortgage pool securities
36 Loans from U S government . . .

129.2

154.4

198.7

235.9

245.0

267.9

316.4

391.5

473.3

534.7

615.4

679.8

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

82.4
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
94.8
243.0
6.1
36.0
59.9
132.7
8.4

159.9
114.0
260.8
6.3
42.9
66.6
138.9
6.2

190.0
129.0
296.4
6.2
51.2
79.8
152.9
6.4

203.1
178.5
298.2
6.8
53.3
70.4
161.3
6.4

All sectors
1,753.9 1,946.0 2,184.8 2,409.6 2,624.7 2,910.6 3,291.9 3,767.6 4,259.0 4,702.7 5,200.0 5,656.1

52 Total credit market debt
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60

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

61
62
63
64

Selected claims not included above
Security credit
Trade credit
Investment company shares
Other corporate equities




. . .

636.7 716.7 807.1 893.2 1,016.1 1,148.7 1372.7
321.1
356.9 389.8 449.4
262.9 291.3
239.5
432.5
364.6 400.7
536.3 570.6
507.9
466.7
893.0 1,022.6 1,173.6 1,337.8 1,472.1 1,587.1 1,652.1
383.4
337.9
248.6
388.2 413.5
289.1
428.0
358.8
272.0 301.4
511.4 538.7
454.5
408.0
115.9
89.5
74.6
177.8 230.3 242.5
156.2
402.1
181.6 208.9 250.4
382.9
292.6 329.2

397.4
176.5
247.3
602.4
177.6
188.5
41.6
114.7

425.7
191.2
261.9
681.5
203.7
237.3
50.0
133.7

457.6
207.7
286.7
744.3
213.6
278.2
67.6
153.9

552.5
223.8
323.4
805.9
223.2
265.7
66.4
163.8

37.4
28.7
197.0 221.3
55.4
58.9
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
223.6 243.0
46.5
43.0
849.5 1,005.5

373.8
161.8
227.0
525.7
157.8
162.2
40.0
105.6

43.4
271.5
45.5
950.0

65.2
56.9
43.5
44.9
74.8
327.0 387.8 428.0 453.3
446.4
46.1
64.0
63.7
51.8
89.9
982.5 1,179.5 1,572.1 1,504.5 1,721.8

123

49. Flow of funds accounts, 1971-82—Continued
B. Direct and indirect claims on credit market debt
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars, exceptions noted.

1971

Transaction category, or sector
1 Total credit market debt claims against
domestic nonflnancial sectors

124



1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980 1 1981

1982

290.4
136.6
50.6

339.1
146.0
63.8

378.8
164.0
79.5

428.6
187.1
91.8

507.7
221.9
111.8

609.5
258.0
137.5

685.8
251.7
174.6

781.6
267.4
206.3

877.5
284.6
229.8

7.9
75.9

By sector
U.S. government . . .
Government-related agencies and pools . .
Monetary authorities
Foreign
Sponsored credit agencies and
mortgage pools
12 Foreign

25 Sources of funds
26 Private domestic deposits and
repurchase agreements
27 Credit market debt
28 Other sources
29
Foreign funds
30
Treasury balances
31
Insurance and pension reserves
32
Other net

1974

258.7
127.2
42.3
8.0
81.2

15.1
88.0

21.8
107.5

17.8
117.4

15.9
133.9

20.2
153.8

32.7
181.3

41.8
217.6

49.0
258.9

65.2 66.0
297.9 329.3

59.9
54.5
71.1
53 2

62.4
63.4
71.3
61 6

65.1
82.5
80.6
622

72.3
106.7
86.7
73 4

85.8
118.2
95.3
79.5

93.8
135.1
105.1
94.7

103.6
157.5
112.2
134.3

120.6
197.4
119.2
172.4

140.0
251.1
126.9
167.8

163.6
295.6
131.4
191.0

187.8
341.6
140.5
207 6

207.2
405.1
150.3
225 8

49.5
54.8

57.9
60.6

77.9
67.0

98.6
79.8

108.9
91.2

123.1
110.6

145.0
123.9

181.7
161.9

230.3
182.5

273.9
209.6

319.0
237.1

381.6
226.3

238.7
119.6
35.3

7
8
9
10
11

Private financial intermediation
20 Credit market claims held by private
financial institutions
21 Commercial banking
22 Savings institutions
23 Insurance and pension funds
24 Other finance

1973

1,569.9 1,730.9 1,919.1 2,094.0 2,288.5 2,532.1 2,851.5 3,214.3 3,603.2 3,958.4 4,347.5 4,750.0

Public agencies and foreign
2 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

Private domestic holdings
13 Total held
14 U S government securities
15 State and local obligations
16 Corporate and foreign bonds
17 Residential mortgages
18 Other mortgages and loans
19 LESS: Federal Home Loan Bank
advances

1972

..

988.4
302.3
290.8

1,435.6 1,590.8 1,773.6 1,933.3 2,109.8 2,337.2 2,612.8 2,948.3 3,330.2 3,660.3 4,026.1 4,369.5
254.3 270.2 289.0 311.6 388.5 449.6 494.7 549.1 641.5 748.6 864.0 1,070.4
161.8 176.5 191.2 207.7 223.8 239.5 262.9 291.3 321.1 356.9 389.8 449.4
198.1 211.3 221.3 242.3 275.1 305.6 327.8 350.2 373.9 399.7 420.4 441.6
357.1 405.2 452.9 483.6 510.4 565.7 646.8 742.3 834.6 908.6 967.9 957.4
472.2 535.6 634.4 710.0 729.8 792.6 900.7 1,048.2 1,201.0 1,295.3 1,449.2 1,516.8
7.9

8.0

15.1

21.8

17.8

15.9

20.2

32.7

41.8

49.0

65.2

66.0

1,180.0 1,327.9 1,491.6 1,617.3 1,742.0 1,932.8 2,195.1 2,497.8 2,788.1 3,048.3 3,350.2 3,565.2
497.8 568.3 652.9 719.7 749.1 808.7 896.3 1,025.0 1,143.9 1,243.6 1,347.1 1,426.5
293.6 339.8 376.3 399.7 452.5 522.6 604.2 677.8 733.4 787.4 812.0 816.0
305.3 322.2 345.9 375.7 416.3 466.0 535.0 610.0 676.4 750.7 826.6 913.8
97.6 116.5 122.2 124.1 135.5 159.5 185.1 234.4 266.5 364.5 408.8
83.3
1,180.0 1,327.9 1,491.6 1,617.3 1,742.0 1,932.8 2,195.1 2,497.8 2,788.1 3,048.3 3,350.2 3,565.2
708.4 809.1 906.3 973.9 1,068.1 1,192.6 1,330.7 1,471.8 1,612.9 1,785.0 1,996.3 2,160.2
79 7
391.9
19.3
10.2
250.2
112.2

965
422.3
25.3
10.9
260.8
125.3

1208
464.4
28.4
9.9
282.0
144.3

137 3
506.1
38.5
4.8
312.8
150.1

136.2
537.7
29.8
3.1
341.5
163.3

144.8
595.5
25.1
3.0
374.1
193.3

171.4
692.9
27.0
7.3
425.6
232.9

209 8
816.2
33.3
14.1
484.2
284.7

243 0 260 8 296 4 298 2
932.1 1,002,5 1,057.5 1,106.8
35.6
26.9 -24.5
58.6
14,5
11.9
10.8
16.9
532.4 596.7 668.4 746.4
326.7 358.2 351.4 368.1

49. Flow of funds accounts, 1971-82—Continued
B. Direct and indirect claims on credit market debt—Continued
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars, exceptions noted.

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

335.3
129.3
51.4
46.5
19.1
88.9

359.4
133.5
54.4
53.1
20.4
98.0

402.9
152.7
59.8
55.0
30.2
105.2

453.2
172.1
69.1
60.1
36.0
115.9

504.0
197.5
77.5
69.0
34.7
125.2

549.1
213.9
80.8
80.7
36.6
137.0

589.2
238.0
81.5
75.7
46.2
147.8

660.2
2743
83.6
72.8
61.9
167,7

785.1
3374
93-2
83.1
74.0
197.5

872.8
375 8
105.5
90.0
70.9
230.7

972.4 1,102.5
426 1 407 X
125,7 166.3
81.3
73,5
73.0
76.7
266.2 288.2

39 Deposits and currency
40 Currency
....
41
Checkable deposits

763.1
53.4
173.5

869.2
57.9
189.1

971.4 1,047.0 1,148.2 1,281.6 1,429.4 1,582.4 1,732.9 1,916.4 2,137.5 2,307.5
61.8
81.6
74.3
89.9
99.2 107.1
68.1
117.4 126.9 135.4
199.8 201.9 211.3 221.8 238.2 254.5 273.6 282.3 300.6 317.7

42
43

Small time and savings deposits
Money market fund shares

473.9

541.9

579.7

614.2
2.4

711.5
3.7

835.2
3.7

928.6
3.9

992.4 1,053.5 1,132.8 1,179.5 1,302.9
45.2
10.8
74.4 181.9 206.6

44
45
46

Large time deposits
Security repurchase agreements
Deposits abroad

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
11.4

Transaction category, or sector
33
34
35
36
37
38

Private domestic nonfinancial investors
Credit market claims
U S government securities
State and local obligations
Corporate and foreign bonds
Open-market paper, etc
Other

47 Total of credit market instruments,
deposits, and currency . .

210.3
30.3
12.9

258.5
36.9
14.0

294.8
39.4
14.3

1982

289.7
43.3
12.0

1,098.4 1,228.6 1,374.3 1,500.2 1,652.2 1,830.7 2,018.5 2,242.6 2,518.0 2,789.2 3,109.9 3,410.1

14.7
82.2
72.5

48 Public support rate (percent)
49 Private financial intermediation (percent) .
50 Total foreign funds . . .
....

14.4
83.5
86.9

14.6
84.1
90.5

15.6
83.7
111.8

15.9
82.6
109.3

16.2
82.7
119.7

17.1
84.0
161.3

18.1
84.7
205.6

18.1
83.7
226.4

18.8
83.3
226.7

19.1
19.9
83.2
81.6
234.5 201.3

Corporate equities not included above
51 Total market value
52 Investment company shares . . .
53 Other equities
54 Held by financial institutions
55 Other holdings

...

1,059.2 1 197.1 948.1
58.9
46.6
55.4
1,003.7 1,138.1 901.4
195.6
863.6

244.8
952.2

201.8
746.3

676.9
35.2
641.7

892.5 1,052.0
46.5
43.0
849.5 1.005.5

146.8
530.1

196.7
695.8

236.7
815.3

995.5 1 ,028 6 1,231.3 1,635.8 1,568.5 1,811.7
51.8
45.5
46.1
63.7
64.0
89.9
950.0 982.5 1,179.5 1,572.1 1,504.5 1,721.8
222.8
772.7

236.6
792.0

268.7 345.6 338.5 427.2
962.7 1,290.2 1,230.0 1,384.5

NOTES BY LINE NUMBER

1. Line 1 of table 49, part A.
6. Includes farm and commercial mortgages.
11. Credit market funds raised by federally sponsored credit agencies, and
net issues of federally related mortgage pool securities.
13. Line 1 less line 2 plus line 11 and 12. Also line 20 less line 27 plus
line 33. Also sum of lines 28 and 47 less lines 40 and 46.
18. Includes farm and commercial mortgages.
26. Line 39 less lines 40 and 46.
27. Excludes equity issues and investment company shares. Includes line
19.
29. Foreign deposits at commercial banks, bank borrowings from foreign
branches, and liabilities of foreign banking agencies to foreign affiliates.




30. Demand deposits at commercial banks.
31. Excludes net investment of these reserves in corporate equities.
32. Mainly retained earnings and net miscellaneous liabilities.
33. Line 13 less line 20 plus line 27.
34-38. Lines 14-18 less amounts acquired by private finance. Line 38
includes mortgages.
40. Mainly an offset to line 9.
47. Sum of lines 33 and 39, or line 13 less line 28 plus lines 40 and 46.
48. Line 2 divided by line 1.
49. Line 20 divided by line 13.
50. Sum of lines 10 and 29.
51. 53. Includes issues by financial institutions.

125

49. Flow of funds accounts, 1971-82—Continued
C. Sector statements of financial assets and liabilities
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars
Category

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

Households, personal trusts, and nonprofit organizations
1 Total financial assets
2 Deposits and credit market
instruments 1
3 Deposits
4
Checkable deposits and
currency
5
Small time and savings
deposits
6
Money market fund shares
7
Large time deposits

2,151.4 2,388.4 2,301.9 2,206.3 2,564.3 2,905.3 3,079.8 3,373.1 3,860.8 4,555.0 4,850.8 5,394.5
872.4

972.9 1,088.3 1,199.3 1,326.5 1,477.9 1,636.9 1,826.1 2,061.6 2,294.7 2,565.3 2,802.3

624.3

710.8

788.4

853.7

945.3 1,068.5 1,195.5 1,325.9 1,459.8 1,625.3 1,824.2 1,980.9

130.3

142.6

156.5

163.8

170.7

250.9

186.4

205.6

228.8

988.0 1,049.7 1,129.4 1,176.0 1,297.9
45.2
74.4
10.8
206.6
181.9
159.6
98.3
113.9
178.7
163.8

473.9

541.9

579.7

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

261.8

287.6

312.5

8
9
10
11
12
13

Credit market instruments
U.S. government securities . . .
Treasury issues
Savings bonds
Other Treasury
Agency issues

248.1
93.5
76.5
54.4
22.1
17.0

262.0
93.9
79.6
57.7
21.9
14.3

299.9
112.8
96.6
60.4
36.3
16.2

345.5
134.1
113.3
63.3
50.0
20.8

381.2
152.9
133.2
67.4
65.8
19.7

409.4
163.0
139.9
72.0
67.9
23.1

441.4
182.2
153.3
76.8
76.6
28.9

500.2
211.7
175.3
80.7
94.6
36.5

601.8
264.7
206.3
79.9
126.4
58.5

669.4
293.1
225.5
72.5
153.0
67.6

741.1
329.9
249.2
68.2
181.0
80.7

821.4
360.6
276.3
68.3
208.0
84.3

14
15
16
17

State and local obligations . . .
Corporate and foreign bonds . .
Mortgages
.
Open-market paper

46.1
46.5
54.1
7.9

48.4
53.1
60.5
6.2

53,7
55.0
63.1
15.3

61.9
60.1
70.0
19.5

68.1
69.0
76.2
15.1

70.1
80.7
83.6
12.0

70.1
75.7
91.7
21.7

72.7
72.8
105.9
37.1

82.7
83.1
126.0
45.3

94.6
90.0
148.4
43.3

115.0
81.3
171.6
43.4

155.3
73.5
186.6
45.4

18 Corporate equities
19 Investment company shares . . . .
20 Other corporate equities

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

732.9
45.5
687.4

749.9
46.1
703.9

914.3 1,225.6 1,165.5 1,306.2
51.8
64.0
63.7
89.9
862.6 1,161.9 1,101.4 1,216.3

21
22
23
24

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

550.7

621.1

697.3

750.9

805.3

902.7 1,043.6 1,215.2 1,394.2 1,526.3 1,650.9 1,740.7

26 Credit market instruments
27
Home mortgages
28
Other mortgages . .
29 Installment consumer credit . . . .
30
Other consumer credit
31
Bank loans n.e.c
32
Other loans

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

670.5
404.5
22.6
155.1
48.6
13.5
26.2

724.2
442.3
23.7
164.6
49.0
15.2
29.4

776.1
482.9
24.8
172.3
50.9
13.7
31.5

866.5 1,004.1 1,171.8 1,349.0 1,469.2 1,589.3 1,676.4
869.4
544.3 "635.1
967.9 1,049.0 1,103.7
746.5
29.6
25.6
31.4
28.1
26.7
34.8
33.5
312.0
333.4
313.5
273.6
230.6
343.4
193.8
71.3
54.8
80.2
74.8
64.3
58.6
84.6
17.4
20.8
27.7
26.8
19.9
35.3
14.6
35.7
45.9
33.4
65.6
54.8
39.5
74.6

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
11.7

19.8
13.2

18.6
14.8

27.1
17.0

27.2
19.7

25.4
22.4

5.4

6.0

6.4

7.1

7.7

8.4

9.3

10.3

11.7

12.9

14.7

16.5

Life insurance reserves
Pension fund reserves
Security credit
Miscellaneous assets

33 Security credit
34 Trade credit
35 Deferred and unpaid life insurance
premiums

126




222.5
727. 1
12.6
72.4

232.8
793.8
16.2
11 A

244.6
931.7
27.7
82.2

49. Flow of funds accounts, 1971-82—Continued
C. Sector statements of financial assets and liabilities—Continued
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars

1971

Category

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

Nonfinancial corporate business
406.0

455.5

526.0

516.7

557.6

611.9

671.7

764.4

891.6

997.5 1,054.5 1,079.7

37 Liquid assets
38 Demand deposits and currency
39 Time deposits
40 Security repurchase agreements
41 Foreign deposits

78.8
42.6
9.5
1.1
1.2

88.0
44.9
11.9
2.7
2.2

101.0
46.3
16.6
11.3
3.3

105.4
47.8
20.5
5.5
4.9

125.2
53.9
22.4
4.7
5.8

139.6
56.4
24.4
7.0
7.4

143.4
59.2
29.2
8.3
8.7

153.2
63.0
31.2
13.7
11.4

172.3
69.2
35.9
16.3
12.9

188.1
75.8
39.9
22.9
14.0

205.8
75.1
54.8
22.9
14.3

221.5
75.0
60.0
26.6
12.0

42
43
44

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

10.0
3.5
24.5

5.5
3.7
24.8

5.7
3.7
28.7

4.5
3.5
27.6

5.6
3.5
29.6

13.0
• 3.5
31.3

19.3
201.8

20.2
228.0

21.7
266.8

22.3
243.5

23.0
249.4

24.9
268.1

26.0
304.3

27.8
360.2

29.4
431.7

29.8
479.3

31.9
496.0

32.3
487.4

47 Miscellaneous assets
48 Foreign direct investments2
49 Insurance receivables
50 Equity in sponsored agencies
51 Other

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

179.2
126.6
23.4
.5
28.8

198.0
135.4
27.8
.5
34.3

223.2
151.8
33.4
.6
37.5

258.2
178.2
38.9
.6
40.4

300.4
208.7
43.6
.6
47.4

320.8
224.1
47.3
.6
48.8

338.6
231.5
51.6
.7
54.7

52 Total liabilities

581.4

636.9

732.5

743.2

770.6

834.2

927.9 1,067.5 1,232.2 1,353.7 1,484.8 1,554.5

380.1
.1
186.1
61.3
3.0
21.7
36.7

412.5
.6
198.3
64.1
3.5
24.5
36.1

461.2
2.4
207.5
65.9
3.1
26.9
35.9

527.2
4.1
227.1
66.8
2.8
28.3
35.7

548.2
6.7
254.3
65.9
3.5
28.8
33.6

591.0
9.2
277.2
68.3
4.8
30.0
33.6

660.1
17.4
298.1
71.9
6.4
32.0
33.5

737.3
25.0
318.3
76.1
6.7
34.7
34.6

835.7
34.9
340.8
77.5
6.1
37.2
34.2

916.4 1,019.0 1,100.2
44.3
56.1
70.8
373.9 397.8 423.3
80.0
76.8
78.9
5.3
4.3
3.9
40.6
42.2
40.8
34.0
32.7
31.6

108.3
62
1.8
14.6
1.6

120.6
70
1.8
18.2
1.8

150.3
84
2.4
22.3
2.1

181.3
12 5
3.6
28.1
3.7

172.0
96
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
IS. 5
5.0
65.3
5.7

269.7
245
6.0
75.4
6.9

295.0
29.5
6.9
78.5
8.4

337.6
42.7
9.1
87.2
9.6

382.7
38 7
9.8
86.7
11.4

65 Profit taxes payable
66 Trade debt
....
67 Foreign direct investment in United States .

13.3
174.0
13.9

13.3
196.2
14.9

15.6
235.1
20.6

16.7
174.1
25.1

14.3
180.5
27.7

21.8
190.7
30.8

20.4
212.8
34.6

23.9
263.9
42.5

23.9
318.1
54.5

17.3
351.7
68.4

9.7
366.4
89.8

-1.2
356.2
99.2

MEMO
68 Net trade credit
Debt subtotals
69 Securities and mortgages
70 Loans and short-term paper
71 Total short-term liabilities4
Ratios (percent)
72 Long-term debt to credit market debt . . .
73 Short-term debt to credit market debt . . .
74 Liquid assets to short-term liabilities . . . .

27.8

31.8

31.7

69.4

68.9

77.4

91.5

96.4

113.6

127.6

129.6

131.2

247.5
132.6
319.9

263.0
149.5
359.0

275.8
185.4
436.1

298.0
229.2
420.0

326.9
221.2
416.0

354.7
236.3
448.8

387.4
272.7
506.0

419.3
317.9
605.7

453.1
382.5
724.6

498.2
418.2
787.2

532.7
486.2
862.3

570.9
529.3
884.4

65.1
34.9
24.6

63.8
36.2
24.5

59.8
40.2
23.1

56.5
43.5
25.1

59.6
40.4
30.1

60.0
40.0
31.1

58.7
41.3
28.3

56.9
43.1
25.3

54.2
45.8
23.8

54.4
45.6
23.9

52.3
47.7
22.9

51.9
48.1
25.0

36 Total financial assets

U.S. government securities
State and local obligations
Commercial paper . . . .

45 Consumer credit
46 Trade credit

.

53 Credit market instruments
54 Tax-exempt bonds*'
55 Corporate bonds2
56 Mortgages
57
Home mortgages . . .
58
Multifamily
59
Commercial
60
61
62
63
64

.
..

Bank loans n.e.c . . .
Commercial paper
Acceptances
Finance company loans
U.S. government loans




127

50. Selected measures of nonfinancial business activity, 19821
1967 = 100; monthly data are seasonally adjusted. Exceptions are noted.
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Industrial production, total

138.6

140.7

142.9

141.7

140.2

139.2

138.7

138.8

138.4

137.3

135.7

134.9

135.2

Market groupings
2 Products tQtal
3 Final total
4
Consumer goods
5
Equipment
6 Intermediate
7 Materials

141 8
141 5
142 6
139.8
143 3
133.7

142 9
142 8
139 6
147.2
143 4
137.2

144.6 143.7 142.9 142.3
144 1 143 3 142 6 142 2
141.8 141.5 142.1 143.6
147.3 145.9 143.4 140.4
146.3 145.2 143 7 142 6
140.4 138.5 136.2 134.3

142 1
142 1
144.8
138.4
141 9
133.5

142:6

142.5
145.8
138.0
142.8
133.0

142.0
141 2
144.1
137.3
144.7
132.8

1408
140 0
143.4
135.2
143.7
132.0

1393
138 7
142 2
134.0
141.6
130.0

1390
138 3
141.3
134.2
141.8
128.4

139 9
139 5
142 0
136.1
141 5
127 8

137 9 137 7

138.1

138.0

137 1

135 0

134 0

134 5

71.4
69.7
98.0
135 9
102.3
96.7
89.1
154.4

71.2
69.5
112.0
135 7
101.6
96.0
88.3
154.4

70.6
69.0
117.0
135 6
101 0
95.4
87.7
154.6

694
67.9
105.0
135 2
99 9
94.4
86.4
154.5

68.8
67.0
122.0
134 9
99 2
93.7
85.6
154.5

68 9
66.6
131.0
134 7
98 9
93 6
85.6
154.4

407.3 410.8
366.0 367.6
288 4 287.7
394.3 399.9
336.4 341.8

411.4
367.8
286.4
399.0
338.2

412.3
367.7
284.5
401.0
341.3

414 2
368.0
281 3
404.2
345.0

416.7 418 3
368.2 370.0
280.0 279 3
406.9 408 7
353.6 349.6

292.8
282 3

293.3
281 2

294.1
284 1

293.6
284 9

Measure

Industry groupings
8 Manufacturing

137 6 138 5 140.9

140 1

138 7

2

Capacity utilization (percent)
9 Manufacturing
10 Industrial materials industries
11 Construction contracts (1977 = 100)3 . . .
12 Nonagricultural employment total**
13 Goods-producing total . .
14
Manufacturing total
15
Manufacturing, production worker . .
16 Service-producing

71.1 72 3
70.1 72.3
110.0 118.0
136 2 137 4
102 6 106 0
96.9 100.4
89.4 93.4
154.7 154.6

73.4
73.9
115.0
137 4
105.8
100.0
93.0'
154.7

72.9 72.0 71.5
72.9 71.6 70.6
88.0 94.0
105.0
137 1 136 8 136 8
105 0 104 3 103 9
99.3 98.5 98.1
92.1 91.1 90.7
154.7 154.6 154.8

17 Personal income total5
18 Wage and salary disbursements
19
Manufacturing
20 Disposable personal income5
21 Retail sales6

407 9
365.5
285 3
397.3
340.3

399.0
362.2
289.0
388.3
334.0

399.8
361.3
2864
389.7
333.4

22
23

Prices7
Consumer
Producer finished goods

128



3967
359.6
286 1
387.2
326.0

402.5
362.2
286 3
394.3
337.4

405.7
365.4
288 1
394.4
347.1

71.3
70.0
111.0
1364
1030
97.3
89.8
154.8

289 1 282.5 283.4 283.1 284.3 287.1 290.6
280 7 277 9 277 9 277 3 277 3 277 8 279 9

292.2
281.7

2924
285 5

51. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization, 1982
A. Output
1967 = 100; quarterly data are seasonally adjusted.
Series

Year

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

.

137.6

139.8

138.1

137.7

134.5

2 Primary processing'
3 Advanced processing^

132.8
140.1

137.1
141 6

132 3
141 2

1324
140 5

129 3
137 3

4 Materials3

133.7

138.7

134.7

132.6

128 7

125.0
77.0
157.5
161.1
102.2
145.5
193.5
125.1

1309
90.9
161.0
164.5
101.3
146 1
200.0
129 8

127 1
77 0
156.8
160 5
101.8
142 0
1940
125 5

124 7
73 0
155.1
158 4
102.0
145 9
188 5
123 8

117 1
66 5
157 0
160 8
103 0
147 6
191 9
121 5

1 Manufacturing

...

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.
Year

.

5 Durable goods
6 Metal
7 Nondurable goods
8 Textile paper, and chemical
9
Textile
10
Paper
11
Chemical
12 Energy

.

194.8

191.6
192.1

192.3
193 2

193.0
194 3

193 7
195 4

189.9

190.4

191.0

191.7

193.5
140.9
213 3
224.0
139 5
161.8
286 2
151.9

194 0
140.8
214 5
225.4
139 5
162.7
288 4
152.3

194 4
140.6
215 6
226.8
139 4
163.6
290 6
152.8

194 8
140 3
216 9
228 3
139 4
1644
292 8
153 3

Year

..

Q4

193.9

194.2
140.6
215.1
226.1
139.4
163.1
289.5
152.6

4 Materials3

Q3

192.9

192.6
193.8

.

Q2

192.0

190.7

2 Primary processing1
3 Advanced processing^

Ql

193.4

Series
1 Manufacturing . . .

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

C. Capacity utilization4
Percent; quarterly data are seasonally adjusted.
Series
1 Manufacturing

71.1

72.9

71.6

71.0

69.0

2 Primary processing'
3 Advanced processing^

68.9
72.3

71.5
73 7

68 8
73 1

68.6
72 3

66 8
70 2

4 Materials3

70.1

73.0

70.7

69.4

67.1

64.4
54.7
73.2
71.2
73.3
89 2
66.8
820

67.6
64.5
75 5
73.5
72.6
90 3
69.9
85 4

65.5
547
73 1
71.2
-73 0
87 3
67.2
82 4

64.2
51.9
71 9
69.8
73.2
89 1
64.9
81.0

60.2
47 4
72 4
70.5
73 9
89 7
65 5
79 2

5 Durable goods . . . .
6 Metal
..
7 Nondurable goods
8 Textile, paper, and chemical
9
Textile
..
10
Paper
11
Chemical
12 Energy




..

....

129

52. Labor force, employment, and unemployment, 1982
Thousands of persons; monthly data are seasonally adjusted. Exceptions noted.
Year

Jan.

1 Noninstitutional population1

174,451

173,494

173,657

2 Labor force (including Armed Forces)1
3 Civilian labor force
Employment
4
Nonagricultural industries^
5
Agriculture
.
Unemployment
6
Number
.. .
7
Rate (percent of civilian labor force)
8 Not in labor force
...

112,384
110 204

111,193
109 034

111,532
109,364

96 125
3,401

96 309
3,379

10,678
97
62,067

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

173,842

174,020

174,201

174,363

111,653
109,478

111,916
109 740

112,553
110 378

112,320
110 147

96,328
3,367

96,230
3,367

96 128
3,356

96 548
3,446

96 310
3 371

9,346
86
62,301

9,669
88
62,125

9,881
9.0
62,189

10,256
93
62,104

10 384
94
61 648

10466
95
62 043

89,596

90,3%

90,417

90,207

90,024

90,016

89,775

18 853
1 143
3,911
5 081
20,401
5 340
19064
15,803

19 528
1 216
3,967
5 142
20,426
5 320
18,919
15,878

19450
1,219
4,001
5,136
20,461
5 322
18,970
15,858

19,308
1,218
3,957
5,123
20,447
5,326
18,957
15,871

19 160
1,204
3,943
5 117
20,427
5 328
18 984
15,861

19 078
1 177
3,971
5 117
20454
5 331
19020
15,868

18 918
1 150
3,933
5 099
20454
5 339
19046
15,836

July

Category

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

HOUSEHOLD SURVEY DATA

ESTABLISHMENT SURVEY DATA
9 Nonagricultural payroll employment3
10 Manufacturing
1 1 Mining
.
12 Contract construction .
13 Transportation and public utilities
14 Trade
..
...
15 Finance
16 Service
17 Government

HOUSEHOLD SURVEY DATA
1 Noninstitutional population1

174,544

174,888

175,069

175,238

175,381

112,810
110,614

113,056
110,858

112,940
110752

113,222
111 042

113,311
111 129

96 143
3,445

96,254
3,429

96,180
3,363

95 763
3,413

95 670
3,466

95 682
3,411

10,828
98
61,948

10,931
99
61,897

11,315
10.2
61,832

11,576
105
62,129

11,906
10 7
62,016

12,036
10 8
62,070

89,450

2 Labor force (including Armed Forces)
3 Civilian labor force
..
Employment
4
Nonagricultural industries^
....
5
Agriculture
Unemployment
6
Number
7
Rate (percent of civilian labor force) .
8 Not in labor force

174,707

112,596
110,416

1

89,264

89,235

88,938

88,785

88,665

18,802
1 125
3,916
5 075
20,438
5 342
19083
15 669

18,666
1,113
3,893
5,056
20,410
5 344
19 097
15,685

18,555
1,100
3,875
5,054
20,380
5,351
19 136
15,784

18 358
1 082
3,847
5 033
20,344
5 350
19 144
15 780

18 222
1 066
3,843
5 019
20,320
5 356
19 187
15 772

18 193
1 053
3,815
5 008
20,256
5 367
19 215
15 758

ESTABLISHMENT SURVEY DATA
9 Nonagricultural payroll employment3
10 Manufacturing
1 1 Mining
12 Contract construction . . .
13 Transportation and public utilities
14 Trade
15 Finance
16 Service
17 Government
....

130



....

....

53. Industrial production1
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted

1967
proportion

Grouping

1982
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Index (1967 = 100)
MAJOR MARKET
100.0

140.7

142.9

141.7

140.2

139.2

138.7

138.8

138.4

137,3

135.7

134.9

135.2

..

60.71
47.82
27.68
20.14
12.89
39.29

142.9
142.8
139.6
147.2
143.4
137.2

144.6
144.1
141.8
147.3
146.3
140.4

143.7
143.3
141.5
145.9
145.2
138.5

142.9
142.6
142.1
143.4
143.7
136.2

142.3
142.2
143.6
140.4
142.6
134.3

142.1
142.1
144.8
138.4
141.9
133.5

142.6
142.5
145.8
138.0
142.8
133.0

142.0
141.2
144.1
137.3
144.7
132.8

140.8
140.0
143.4
135.2
143.7
132.0

139.3
138.7
142.2
134.0
141.6
130.0

139.0
138.3
141.3
134.2
141.8
128.4

139.9
139.5
142.0
136.1
141.5
127.8

Consumer goods
Durable consumer goods
Automotive products
Autos and utility vehicles
Autos
Auto parts and allied goods . . . .
Home goods
.
Appliances, A/C and TV
Appliances and TV
Carpeting and furniture
Miscellaneous home goods
Nondurable consumer goods
Clothing
Consumer staples
Consumer foods and tobacco . . . .
Nonfood staples
Consumer chemical products . .
Consumer paper products . . . .
Consumer energy products . . . .
Residential utilities

7.89
2.83
2.03
1.90
.80
5.06
1.40
1.33
1.07
2.59
19.79
4.29
15.50
8.33
7.17
2.63
1.92
2.62
1.45

120.1
109.2
71.6
61.3
204.4
126.3
100.6
101.6
137.9
135.4
147.4

125.9
117.5
82.0
70.5
207.8
130.6
103.5
104.1
147.8
138.1
148.1

128.1
125.0
93.6
79.8
204.5
129.9
97.0
97.4
151.3
138.9
146.8

130.7
129.9
100.5
87.2
204.6
131.1
102.7
103.1
151.8
138.0
146.6

132.6
138.9
111.8
96.1
207.6
129.1
100.5
101.5
145.9
137.7
147.9

134.6
143.0
117.1
101.9
208.6
129.9
106.4
108.8
149.0
134.9
148.8

137.3
149.7
127.7
114.6
205.4
130.4
102.7
106.1
151.4
136.7
149.1

132.9
135.5
107.1
93.3
207.6
131.4
104.5
108.6
152.5
137.2
148.6

131.3
135.5
105.8
94.3
210.7
128.9
99.4
104.1
153.3
134.9
148.2

126.5
123.6
89.6
79.5
210.0
128.1
106.1
110.5
151.9
130.1
148.5

124.6
120.7
86.9
77.7
206.6
126.8
104.8
108.4
151.4
128.6
147.9

125.9
128.7
99.0
87.9
204.0
124.3
94.2
98.3
150.8
129.8
148.4

158.9
150.0
169 1
220.1
127.0
148.9
172.3

159.2
151.1
168 7
218.2
130.2
147.2
171.6

158.1
149.6
168 0
217.8
127.8
147.6
170.4

158.3
148.1
170.0
218.3
128.7
151.9
174.5

159.0
149.9
169.5
216.6
126.7
153.6
173.7

159.9
150.9
170.4
219.8
126.7
152.8
171.1

159.7
149.9
171.2
222.3
128.1
151.4
167.7

159.4
149.6
170.8
222.4
129.4
149.3
169.7

158.8
148.6
170.7
221.7
128.2
150.6
169.5

159.1
150.2
169.5
220.0
125.3
151.1
169.1

158.1
149.0
168 7
218.9
125.1
150.2
171.5

158.8
149.5
1696
220.9
128.3
148.4
169.3

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 . . .

12.63
6.77
1.44
3.85
1.47
5.86
3.26
1.93
.67
7.51

172.2
158.1
289.0
116.9
137.4
188.5
256.1
109.0
88.4
105.2

171.6
155.9
274,9
116.8
141.1
189.9
256.4
110.4
95.1
106.5

169.0
151.2
256,9
116.3
139.0
189.5
257.8
110.5
84.9
107.0

164.9
145.9
242.2
114.0
134.8
186.9
253.1
110.9
83.5
107.2

159.9
138.9
224.4
109.7
131.5
184.1
247.7
110.9
85.8
107.7

156.7
134.0
209.0
107.5
129.9
183.0
247.5
108.3
84.1
107.6

154.9
131.3
200.4
106.0
129.6
182.2
248.8
106.3
76.9
109.5

153.9
128.4
190.8
104.4
130.1
183.3
253.5
102.0
75.8
109.5

150.5
123.8
182.1
101.6
124.7
181.4
254.0
95.5
76.1
109.5

147.1
118.3
169.3
98.0
121.0
180.5
253.5
93.2
76.8
111.9

146.4
117.2
165.7
97.5
121.0
180.2
254.8
92.3
70.7
113.6

148.1
117.9
171.9
97.0
119.7
183.0
258.6
96.2
65.1
115.9

6.42
6.47
1.14

124.2
162.4
181 7

127.5
165.1
184 1

125.6
164.6
184 5

123.6
163.7
183.5

122.2
162.8
180.3

123.1
160.6
178.3

124.1
161.4
179.8

127.1
162.1
178.1

125.5
161.8
179.2

122.5
160.5
180.4

123.4
160.1
182 4

123.0
159.8
182 4

20.35
4.58
5.44
10.34
5.57
10.47

129.7
86 9
177.2
123.6
94.5
156.8

132.4
92 2
180.1
125.1
94.3
164.2

130.7
94 1
177.5
122.2
88.6
162.0

128.1
94.7
173.9
118.8
82.3
160.3

126.6
98.9
170.0
116.1
79.4
156.6

126.6
103.1
168.3
115.1
77.4
153.5

126.0
103.8
166.1
114.8
75.7
152.3

125.1
101.0
164.1
115.4
76.1
154.5

123.0
97.1
158.3
115.8
77.7
158.5

118.5
91.4
155.4
111.1
73.0
158.2

116.4
90.0
155.1
107.7
69.1
157.3

116.5
91 1
155.3
107.4
68.7
155.6

7.62
1.85
1.62
4.15
1.70
1.14
8.48
4.65
3.82

159.1
97.3
143.2
193.0
162.4
132.4
130.9
119.2
145.1

167.9
102.2
148.5
204.9
166.7
136.0
130.3
119.5
143.4

166.6
104.5
146.7
202.2
161.3
132.4
128.2
119.2
139.1

164.4
104.5
143.5
199.3
159.8
134.2
125.8
117.3
136.1

160.4
101.8
141.8
193.9
157.2
130.6
125.4
116.9
135.7

156.7
99.1
140.7
188,7
158.5
124.8
125.4
116.6
136.0

155.3
99.6
142.1
185.4
158.1
123.4
126.0
117.2
136.7

157.7
103.2
146.6
186.5
162.8
120.1
124.5
113.8
137.4

162.2
103.3
148.9
193.7
167.3
121.1
121.0
111.1
133.0

161.5
104.4
148.9
192.0
164.9
125.5
122.6
114.4
132.6

161.0
102.5
149.7
191.6
160.8
127.4
121.4
113.7
130.8

160.0
102.1
144.1
192.0
155.2
127.2
120.4
113.5
128.9

9.35
12.23
3.76
8.48

117.0
139.5
158.8
130.9

120.1
138.9
158.4
130.3

118.9
137.6
158.8
128.2

118.9
136.7
161.5
125.8

119.5
136.5
161.7
125.4

120.2
136.2
160.5
125.4

121.4
136.4
160.0
126.0

121.3
134.8
158.0
124.5

120.1
132.7
159.3
121.0

119.9
134.1
160.0
122.6

119.6
133.3
160.0
121.4

118.2
132.2
158.7
120.4

1 Total index

....

2 Products
3 Final products
4
Consumer goods
5
Equipment
6 Intermediate products
7 Materials
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

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




...

131

53. Industrial production1—Continued
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted

Grouping

1967
proportion

SIC
code

1982
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Index (1967 •= 100)
MAJOR INDUSTRY

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

12.05
6.36
5.69
3.88
87.95
35.97
51.98

157.4
144.5
171.8
195.2
138.5
155.1
127 I

155.6
142.4
170.4
192.5
140.9
157.8
129.3

153.1
138.1
170.0
191.7
140.1
157.3
128.2

151.6
134.1
171.0
193.1
138.7
156.1
126.7

148.8
128.9
170.9
193.4
137.9
155.0
126.1

145.2
123.5
169.4
191.6
137.7
155.3
125.5

142.6
120.1
167.7
189.2
138.1
155.7
125.9

141.3
116.9
168.5
189.9
138.0
156.9
124.9

139.7
114.7
167.5
188.2
137.1
156.7
123.5

140.4
115.9
167.8
188.4
135.0
156,2
1203

140,4
116.8
166.7
188.3
134.0
155.3
1193

140.1
118.4
164.2
185.6
134.5
155.6
119 9

10
11,12
13
14

.51
.69
4.40
.75

121.3
147.9
151.5
115.8

120.8
156.0
146.6
120.5

109.9
155.6
141.4
121.6

108.8
146.2
137.7
119.6

90.0
149.2
132.7
114.6

71.8
144.4
129.1
106.6

58.1
140.3
127.0
103.8

53.4
135.8
123.3
105.7

55.4
127.9
121.0
106.3

63.1
143.2
119.1
108.5

70.4
134.1
120,3
111.9

74.9
129.7
122.9
111.7

20
21
22
23
26

8.75
.67
2.68
3.31
3.21

151.1
112.7
120.0

151.7
126.7
125.8

150.8
126.7
126.0

149.7
116.1
126.3

150.5
118.6
123.5

151.0
123.6
123.7

151.0
121.4
124.3

150,7
120.6
125.9

149.0
113.3
126.1

151.5
110.6
125.9

152.0
113.0
123.1

152.8
109.9
122.2

148.3

151.5

150.6

149.8

146.5

146.8

147.0

152.5

154.3

155.0

154.5

151.1

27
28
29
30
31

4.72
7.74
1.79
2.24
.86

145.6
196.7
123.3
244.7
63.1

146.4
201.3
119.5
251.8
64.0

145.9
200.3
121.3
253.4
61.2

144.2
198.6
120.8
255.1
60.6

143.8
193.6
122.2
257.0
61.1

142.6
193.2
124.3
258.9
62.3

143.9
194.1
124.7
256.8
62,9

145.3
195.6
121.4
261.1
60.8

144.3
196.4
122.6
262.0
60,9

142.0
194.1
123.8
256.3
59.5

141.7
192.8
120.0
250.2
57.7

142.8
195.9
118.7
249.7
56.0

19,91
24
25

3.64
1.64
1.37

84.1
99.2
144.3

83.8
104.9
148.4

83.8
103.5
150.2

85.2
106.2
151.8

86.3
110.6
151.1

86.5
112.2
152.5

87.1
116.9
154.5

86.5
120.3
156.7

86.9
119.9
155.7

89.5
117.2
154.3

91.9
119.1
152.4

92.5
121.4
153.7

32

2.74

128.5

135.0

131.5

127.0

125.0

126.1

126.9

128.8

130.4

128.1

127.3

125.4

26 Primary metals
27 Iron and steel
28 Fabricated metal
products
.
29 Nonelectrical machinery . . . .
30 Electrical machinery
.

33
331,2

6.57
4.21

89.7
79.6

88.5
78.5

83.0
73.0

76.4
65.1

75.2
62.4

72.8
58,0

72.9
57.4

73.2
56.4

69.6
54.1

63.6
47.5

63.5
46.6

34
35
36

5.93
9.15
8.05

120.7
160.9
168.2

121.4
160.0
172.9

121.1
157.3
172.6

119.1
153.7
172.2

115.8
150.0
170.9

115.0
147.4
170.8

115.5
147.1
170.3

114.3
147,2
169.7

112.3
144.9
167.0

107.6
140.4
165.4

107.0
139.6
165.5

107.3
139.2
165.5

31 Transportation equipment . . .
32 Motor vehicles and parts . . .
33 Aerospace and
miscellaneous
transportation
equipment
34 Instruments
35 Miscellaneous manufactures . . .

37
371

9.27
4.50

96.6
90.4

102.0
98.6

104.4
105.6

105.9
110.7

110.0
119.8

111.6
124.0

112.7
127.2

107.0
116.7

105.3
113.5

100.8
103.0

100.2
101.7

103.7
108.8

372,9
38
39

4.77
2.11
1.51

102.4
162.2
144.9

105.3
164.5
144.5

103.2
163.0
145.3

101.3
162.8
144.6

100.8
163.8
141.7

99.9
164.8
136.8

99.0
165.2
134.7

97.8
165.5
133.9

97.6
161.9
132.9

98.6
157.4
129.6

98.7
155.8
129.5

98.9
155.2
128.2

1 Mining and utilities
2
Mining
3 Utilities
4
Electric
5 Manufacturing
6 Nondurable
7 Durable
8
9
10
11

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
18
19
20
21

Printing and publishing
Chemicals and products
Petroleum products
Rubber and plastic products . . .
Leather and products

Durable manufactures
22 Ordnance, private and
government
23 Lumber and products
24 Furniture and fixtures
25 Clay, glass, and stone
products

72.9
58,1

Gross value (billions of 1972 dollars, annual rates)
MAJOR MARKET
36 Products total
37 Final
38 Consumer goods
39 Equipment
. .
40 Intermediate

132



0 507.42

577.4

588.1

586.8

582.1

586.1

584.1

585.8

578.5

575.3

570.0

568.4

572.9

390.92
277.52
113.42
2

448.8
298.9
149.9
128.7

457.1
306.3
150.8
131.1

456.6
306.9
149.7
130.2

453.5
306.7
146.8
128.6

458.3
312.3
146.0
127.8

456.7
313.1
143.5
127.4

457.2
314.9
142.3
128.7

449.2
309.1
140.1
129.3

446.3
309.3
137.0
129.0

442.8
306.6
136.2
127.2

441.3
305.6
135.7
127.1

445.8
306.8
138.9
127.1

0
0
0
0 116.6

54. Housing and construction, 1982
Monthly figures are at seasonally adjusted annual rates except as noted.
Item

Jan.

I Feb.

[ Mar.

[ Apr. | May | June | July

[ Aug. | Sept. [ Oct.

[ Nov. | Dec.

Private residential real estate activity (thousands of units)
NEW UNITS
1 Permits authorized .
2
1-family
3 2-or-more-family .

800
448
352

820
451
369

883
475
408

880
462
418

951
489
462

924
513
411

1,065
507
558

928
515
413

1,029
576
453

1,154
657
497

1,227
738
489

1,326
753
573

4 Started
5
1-family
6
2-or-more-family

877
585
292

911
561
350

920
607
313

911
583
328

1,028
622
406

910
617
293

1,185
625
560

1,046
651
395

1,134
683
451

1,142
716
426

1,361
868
493

1,280
842
438

7 Under construction, end
of period1
8
1-family
9
2-or-more-family

683
392
292

687
399
289

679
395
284

672
391
282

664
382
281

659
382
278

670
377
293

671
374
296

685
380
306

691
383
307

712
395
317

730
411
319

1,058
642
416

929
549
380

946
592
354

965
594
371

1,108
684
424

943
587
356

1,010
684
326

1,001
638
363

936
585
351

1,077
679
398

1,053
679
374

1,035
647
388

221

248

244

249

244

252

240

234

222

224

251

243

382

375

375

342

385

369

364

389

473

481

545

529

275

274

268

264

258

254

250

248

247

245

246

251

66.2

65.7

67.2

70.2

69.3

69.3

70.9

70.1

67.7

69.7

73.5

71.7

78.0

80.7

83.7

85.0

86.5

84.9

86.5

86.5

79.6

79.9

87.8

86.7

1,890

1,990

2,030

1,960

1,920

1,980

1,910

1,860

1,910

1,990

2,150

2,260

66.4
79.8

66.9
78.8

67.0
79.1

67.1
79.4

67.8
80.6

69.4
82.3

69.2
82.0

68.9
82.0

67.3
80.0

66.9
79.3

67.7
80.4

67.8
80.6

10 Completed
11
I-family
12
2-or-more-family
13 Mobile homes shipped

..

Merchant builder activity
in 1-family units
14 Number sold
15 Number for sale, end
of period1
2

Price (thousands of dollars)
Median
Units sold
Average
17 Units sold
16

EXISTING UNITS (1-family)
18 Number sold
Price of units sold
(thousands of dollars)2
19 Median
20 Average

Value of new construction3 (millions of dollars)
CONSTRUCTION
21 Total put in place . . .

224,333 223,487 226,767 228,785 230,940 233,351 230,830 231,604 230,689 234,067 243,714 240,207

22 Private
23
Residential
24 Nonresidential, total
Buildings
25
Industrial
26
Commercial
27
Other
28
Public utilities and other ,

175,390 174,321 175,512 177,853 180,932 182,920 180,813 179,454 178,177 181,899 190,520 190,768
71,211 68,311 69,630 71,930 75,180 75,493 73,795 72,650 71,696 76,432 81,245 86,018
104,179 106,010 105,882 105,923 105,752 107,427 107,018 106,804 106,481 105,467 109,275 104,750

29 Public
30
Military
31
Highway
32
Conservation and development
33 Other




18,159 18,373 18,154 17,747 17,821 18,244 17,209 16,897 16,545 17,117 16,716 15,631
36,058 36,885 37,111 37,482 36,453 38,643 37,840 37,603 38,029 36,996 37,861 36,934
9,530 9,984 9,919
9,895 10,198 10,384 10,228 10,834 10,663 10,863 11,517 11,784
40,432 40,768 40,698 40,799 41,280 40,156 41,741 41,470 41,244 40,491 43,181 40,401
48,943 49,166 51,256 50,932 50,007 50,431
2,305
1,812 2,128
1,985
2,082 1,454
12,065 12,230 12,765 12,175 12,593 13,312
5,217
5,348 5,213
5,247 5,163
5,115
29,579 30,134 30,973 31,698 30,123 30,019

50,017 52,151 52,512 52,168 53,194 49,439
2,244 2,355 2,622 2,364 2,572 2,432
14,023 14,050 14,041 14,447 14,409 13,048
5,083 5,090 4,874 4,752 4,708 4,625
28,667 30,656 30,975 30,605 31,505 29,334

133

55. Consumer and producer prices, 1982
Percentage changes based on seasonally adjusted data, except as noted
Change from
12 months earlier

Item

1981
Dec.

Index
level
Dec.
1982
(1967
= 100)1

C hange from 3 months earlier
(at annual rate)

1982
Dec.

01
W1

Q2

Q3

Q4

2

CONSUMER PRICES

8.9

3.9

1.3

9.8

4.1

.5

292.4

4.3
11.9
9.6
5.9
12.9

3.1
1.3
4.5
5.8
3.4

5.0
-17.7
4.1
5.3
2.9

6.2
7.5
9.6
9.9
11.3

.6
8.1
4.7
2.4
4.6

.8
10.2
-.3
5.4
-4.8

286.5
419.9
279.9
237.1
329.6

7.1
1.4
14.1
7.1
9.2

3.5
2.1
-.1
5.0
4.0

.9
6.8
-21.9
3.8
3.6

4.6
10.2
-9.2
5.7
5.2

4.2
-5.2
30.9
4.2
3.5

4.6
-2,6
7.1
6.5
3.9

285.1
258.2
845.9
237.4
285.1

7.3
6.6

.3
.6

-2.3
.3

-.5
.0

2.3
1.0

1.5
1.2

315.7
290.2

-14.0
22.8
-11.4

1.4
2.4
-7.6

23.3
-5.8
-35.7

15.8
1.6
19.2

-26.4
8.7
2.9

1.3
5.8
-7.9

237.0
820.1
227.6

1 All items
2 Food
3 Energy items
4 All items less food and energy
5 Commodities
6 Services
PRODUCER PRICES
7 Finished goods
8 Consumer foods
9 Consumer energy
. . ,
10 Other consumer goods
1 1 Capital equipment

....

12 Intermediate materials^
13 Excluding energy .
14
15
16

Crude materials
Foods
Energy . . . .
Other

Change from 1 month earlier

Jan.
CONSUMER PRICES
1 AH items

Mar.

Apr.

May

.0

.2

1.0

1.1

.6
.2
.9
.5
.3
.6

Jtme 1 July

Aug.

Sept.

.3

.1
.2
.5
2
.0
1

Oct.

Nc v.

Dec.

.4

.0

-.3

.2
1.3
4
.6
1

.0
.8
- 1
.3
- 3

.0
.3
- 5
.3
-10

.6
.4
.0
.0
6 2 0
.6
.6
.2
.3

1
.1
- 9
.4
.5

2

.3

2 Food
3 Energy items
4 All items less food and energy
5 Commodities
6
Services

Feb.

.1

.7
-.9
2
.3
5

.5
.1
-2.6
-1.4
A
1
.6
A
3 - 1

.2
.7
-2.5
1.7
9 1 0
.6
.8
9
9

.6
2.8
.9
.9
.9

.4
1.1
= 6
.2
.5

. 1 - 3
.6
-.2
_ 1 g _3 7
.4
.3
-.1
.5

1
1.6
_4Q
.5
.2

1.0
.5
.5 -1.6
4.4
5.5
.7
.2
.6
.4

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

PRODUCER PRICES
7 Finished goods
8 Consumer foods
9 Consumer energy
10 Other consumer goods
1 1 Capital equipment
12 Intermediate materials^
13 Excluding energy
14
15
16

Crude materials
Foods
Energy
Other . . . .

134



.0
.3
-26
.3
.5

.2
.0

-.3
.1

-.4
.0

-.5
-.2

.0
.3

.4
-.1

3.9
.1
-2.9

.9
-.6
-6.2

.6
-1.0
-1.7

2.6
-1.3
1.8

2.1
.7
2.8

-.9
1.0
-.1

.3
=.2

.5
.1
1.0
.5
.6

1
-.4
.4
.3
-.1

.1
.0

.2
.4

,1
.0

.3
.2

.0
.2

-2.9
-1.6
.9
.3
1.1 -1.0

-3.0
.9
.6

-1.0
1.0
-.6

1.0
1.7
-.9

A
-1.2
-.5

56. Gross national product and income, 1982
Billions of current dollars except as noted; quarterly data are at seasonally adjusted annual rates.
Year

Qi

Q2

Q3

3,073.0

3,021.4

3,070.2

3,090.7

3,109.6

1,991.9
244.5
761.0
986.4

1,938.9
239.4
749.7
949.7

1,972.8
242.9
754.7
975.2

2,008.8
243.4
766.6
998.9

2,046.9
252.1
773.0
1,021.8

6 Gross private domestic investment
7
Fixed investment
8
Nonresidential
9
Structures
10
Producers' durable equipment
11
Residential structures
12
Nonfarm

414.5
439.1
348.3
141.9
206.4
90.8
86.0

422.9
448.6
361.3
144.7
216.5
87.3
83.2

432.5
443.7
352.7
144.2
208.5
91.0
86.1

425.3
430.2
342.3
140.0
202.2
87.9
83.4

377.4
433.8
337.0
138.6
198.4
96.8
91.2

13
14

-24.5
-23.1

-25.7
-27.6

-11.2
-8.8

-4.9
-2.3

-56.4
-53.7

Account

Q4

GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT
1 Total
2
3
4
5

By source
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services

Change in business inventories
Nonfarm

15 Net exports of goods and services
16 Exports
17
Imports

17.4
347.6
330.2

29.9
358.4
328.5

33.3
364.5
331.2

.9
346.0
345.0

5.6
321.6
316.1

18 Government purchases of goods and services
19 Federal
20 State and local

649.2
258.7
390.5

629.8
249.7
380.0

631.6
244.1
387.5

655.7
261.7
394.0

679.7
279.2
400.5

3,097.5
1,280.9
500.8
780.1
1,511.2
281.0

3,047.1
1,281.1
496.4
784.7
1,460.6
279.7

3,081.4
1,290.8
514.3
776.5
1,496.4
283.0

3,095.6
1,286.7
518.4
768.3
1,527.2
276.9

3,165.9
1,264.8
474.0
790.8
1,560.5
284.3

-24.5
-15.5
-9.1

-25.7
-20.8
-4.9

-11.2
-2.5
-8.7

-4.9
6.4
-11.3

-56.4
-45.0
-11.4

1,485.4

1,485.8

1,489.3

1,485.7

1,480.7

31 Total

2,450.4

2,419.7

2,448.9

2,458.9

2,474.0

32 Compensation of employees
33 Wages and salaries
34
Government and government enterprises
35
Other
36 Supplement to wages and salaries
37
Employer contributions for social insurance
38
Other labor income

1,865.7
1,568.1
306.0
1,262.1
297.6
140.9
156.6

1,834.2
1,542.7
298.6
1,244.1
291.6
139.1
152.4

1,859.9
1,563.9
303.1
1,260.8
296.0
140.6
155.4

1,879.5
1,579.8
307.7
1,272.1
299.1
141.5
158.2

1,889.0
1,586.0
314.5
1,271.5
302.9
142.5
160.4

109.0
87.5
21.5

111.2
83.7
27.4

104.9
88.1
16.8

103.6
87.8
15.8

116.2
90.2
26.0

By major type of product
21 Final sales, total
22
Goods
23
Durable
24
Nondurable <
25
Services
26
Structures
27 Change in business inventories
28
Durable goods
29
Nondurable goods
30 MEMO: Total GNP in 1972 dollars
NATIONAL INCOME

39 Proprietors' income1
40
Business and professional1
41
Farm1
42 Rental income of persons2

49.9

47.4

49.0

50.9

52.3

43 Corporate profits1
44
Profits before tax3
45
Inventory valuation adjustment
46 Capital consumption adjustment

164.8
174.2
-8.4
-1.1

162.0
173.2
-5.5
-5.6

166.8
178.8
-8.5
—3.5

168.5
177.3
-9.0
.1

161.9
167.5
-10.3
4.7

47 Net interest

261.1

265.0

268.3

256.4

254.7




135

57* Personal income and saving, 1982
Billions of current dollars; quarterly data are at seasonally adjusted annual rates. Exceptions noted.
Account

Q2

Year

Q3

Q4

PERSONAL INCOME AND SAVING
1 Total personal income

2,578.6

2,528.1

2,563.2

2,591.3

2,632.0

2 Wage and salary disbursements
3 Commodity-producing industries
4
Manufacturing
5
Distributive industries
6
Service industries
7
Government and government enterprises

1,568.1
509.2
383.8
378.8
374.1
306.0

1,542.8
514.8
386.2
371.6
357.6
298.7

1,563.8
513.7
386.8
378.1
369.1
303.0

1,579.8
508.9
384.8
381.9
381.2
307.7

1,586.0
499.5
377.4
383.5
388.5
314.5

156.6
109.0
87.5
21.5
49.9
66.4
366.2
374.6
204.5

152.4
111.2
83.7
27.4
47.4
65.6
364.9
354.6
195.0

155.4
104.9
88.1
16.8
49.0
65.6
371.9
364.2
197.3

158.2
103.6
87.8
15.8
50.9
66.4
364.8
380.4
209.3

160.4
116.2
90.2
26.0
52.3
67.9
363.1
399.0
216.5

112.0

110.7

111.7

112.7

112.9

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Other labor income
Proprietors' income1
Business and professional1
Farm1
Rental income of persons2
Dividends
Personal interest income
Transfer payments
Old-age survivors, disability, and health insurance benefits

17

LESS: Personal contributions for social insurance

18 EQUALS: Personal income
19

2,578.6

LESS: Personal tax and nontax payments

402.1

2,528.1

2,563.2

2,591.3

2,632.0

400.2

404.2

399.8

404.1

20 EQUALS: Disposable personal income

2,176.5

2,127.9

2,159.0

2,191.5

2,227.8

21

2,051.1

1,997.0

2,031.9

2,068.4

2,107.0

LESS: Personal outlays

22 EQUALS: Personal saving

125.4

130.8

127.1

123.0

120.8

6,399
4,179
4,567
5.8

6,424
4,156
4,562
6.1

6,425
4,180
4,574
5.9

6,393
4,178
4,558
5.6

6,355
4,205
4,576
5.4

27 Gross saving

405.8

434.4

439.5

397.9

351.3

28
29
30
31

521.6
125.4
37.0
-8.4

514.1
130.8
34.0
-5.5

520.7
127.1
37.5
-8.5

524.9
123.0
38.9
=9.0

526.6
120.8
37.5
-10.3

222.0
137.2
.0

215.6
133.7
.0

220.2
135.9
.0

224.5
138.5
.0

227.7
140.5
.0

-115.8
-147.1
31.3

-79.7
-108.5
28.8

-81.2
-113.2
32.0

-127.0
-158.3
31.3

-175.3
-208.2
32.9

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

39 Gross investment

406.2

427.7

441.3

400.5

355.5

40 Gross private domestic
41 Net foreign

414.5
-8.3

422.9
4.8

432.5
8.7

425.3
=24.8

377.4
-21.9

-6.7

1.7

2.5

4.2

23
24
25
26

MEMO: Per capita (1972 dollars)
Gross national product
Personal consumption expenditures
Disposable personal income
Saving rate (percent)
GROSS SAVING

Gross private saving
Personal saving
Undistributed corporate profits1
Corporate inventory valuation adjustment

Capital consumption allowances
32 Corporate
33 Noncorporate
34 Wage accruals less disbursements
35 Government surplus, or deficit ( — ) , national income and
product accounts
Federal
State and local

36
37

38 Capital grants received by the United States, net

42 Statistical discrepancy

136




.5

58. Summary of U.S. international transactions
Millions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted except as noted.1
Item

1981

19 81

1982

Qi
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 oth6r transfers
U.S. government grants
(excluding military) . . . .

11 Change in U.S. government
assets other than official
reserve assets, net
(increase, — )
12 Change in U.S. official reserve
assets (increase, —•)
13 Gold
14
Special drawing rights
Reserve position in Interna15
tional Monetary Fund . . .
16
Foreign currencies
17 Change in U.S. private assets
abroad (increase, -) 3 . . . .
Bank-reported claims
18
Nonbank-reported claims . . . .
19
20
U.S. purchases of foreign
securities net
21 U.S. direct investments
abroad net3
..

1

Q2

1982
Q3

Qi

Q4

Q2

Q3

Q4

742
1,488

-83
-1,773

585
2,108

564
259

1,434
2,218

-6,596
-8,143

^6,621
-5,546

-28,067
-36.389 -4,482 -7,342
211,217
60,793
237,019
60,031
-265,086 -247,606 -65,275 -67,373
-583
-1,355
179
-435
27,304
33,484
8,206
8,212

-8,402
57,812
-66,214
179
8,155

-7.841
58,383
-66,224
-515
8,909

-6,103
55,636
-61,739
-51
6,937

-5.854
54,996
-60,850
201
7,536

-13.078
52,241
-65,319
54
6,821

-11.354
48,344
-59,698
-26
6,008

4,592

-11,211

3,344
2,769

7,462

5,729

1,698

1,874

1,869

2,018

1,842

1,353

1,349

1,182

-2 382

-2,621

-535

-579

-626

-643

-603

-702

^656

-661

-4,549

-5,413

-960

-988

-1,258

-1,343

-1,458

-1,100

-1,086

-1,770

-5,078

-5,732

-1,361

-1,469

-1,274

-973

-807

-1,489

-2,502

-934

-5,175

-4,965

-4,529

-905

-4

262

-1,089

-1,132

-794

-1 949

-1,823

-1,371

-1,441

-23

-225

-134

-400

-241

-434

-297

-2,491
-861

-2,552
-1,041

-707
-2,381

-780
-102

-647
868

-358
754

-547
-142

-814
-77

-459
99

-732
-920

-100,348 -107,348 - 17,445 -19,796
-83,851 - 109,346 - 1 1 ,664 -14,981
-1,181
6,976
-3,248
2,389

-16,001
-15,293
1,178

-47,106
-41,913
-1,500

-29,560
-32,551
3,918

-38,313
-38,653
-277

-22,803
-20,631
998

-16,670
-17,511
2,337

o

o

o

o

o

0

0

0

o

o

-5,636

-7,986

-488

-1,547

-705

-2,896

-581

-546

-3,331

-3,527

-9,680

3,008

- 2,045

-5,657

-1,181

-797

-346

1,163

161

2 031

5 430
4,983

3 172
5,759

5 517
7,242

-2999
-2,063

-5,880
-4,635

8,792
4,439

-3,061
-1,327

1 930
-2,094

2 642
4,834

1 661
4,346

1,289

-670

454

536

545

-246

-301

258

-71

-556

504

101

22 Change in foreign official
23
24

25
26
27

assets in the United States
(increase 4- )
U.S. Treasury securities . . . .
Other U.S. government
obligations
Other U.S. government
liabilities^
Other U.S. liabilities reported
by U S banks
Other foreign
official assets5

-28
-3 479

-2 054 -3 109

-71
-2 048

-384
-2 380

326

75

459

-160

4,058

- 1 ,697

3,271

-1-911

130
-1 717

2,665

-367

829

647

974

215

189

36

-50

-542

75,248
42,154

84,693
64,263

2,921
-3,793

16,957
8,071

22,610
16,494

32,760
21,382

30,185
25,685

29,683
24,778

14,971
10,977

9 856
2,823

942

-3,104

129

22

1,091

-300

-182

-2,517

-425

20

2,982

7,004

1,390

747

-444

1,289

1,288

2,095

1 364

2 257

7,171

6,141

2,419

3,589

767

396

1,313

2,434

420

1,975

28 Change in foreign private
29
30

31
32
33

assets in United States
(increase 4- )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

21,998

10,390

2,776

4,528

4,702

9,993

2,081

2,893

2,635

2,781

W Allocations of SDKs

1,093

0

1,093

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

35 Discrepancy
36 Owing to seasonal

24,238

41,390

10,460

7,470

632

5,680

3,768

7,887

15,082

14,657

855

-1,145

1,350

-729

881

6,615

1,777

4,330

4,497

7,006

37

adjustments
Statistical discrepancy in
recorded data before
seasonal adjustment . . . .




-1 057

24,238

41,390

11,517

-1 190

1 042

16,272

13,615

137

58* Summary of U.S. international transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted except as noted.1
Item

1981

1982

1981

Ql

38
39

40
41

MEMO
Changes in official assets
U.S. official reserve assets
(increase, — )
Foreign official assets
in the United States
excluding line 27
(increase, + )
Changes in OPEC official
assets in the United States
(part of line 22 above) . . . .
Transfers under military grant
programs (excluded from
fines 4, 6, and 10)

-5,175

-4,965

' 5,458

Q2

-4,529

1982
Q3

Q4

Ql

-905

-4

2,668

5,416 -2,928

-5,496

8,466

13,581

7,420

5,691

2,790

2,866

2,234

680

644

206

227

64

183

262

Q2 | Q3

Q4

-1,089

-1,132

-794

-1,949

-3,136

1,471

2,802

1,531

3,024

368

-1,162

125

267

158

5,190
93

59. U.S. foreign trade, 19821
Millions of dollars; monthly data are seasonally adjusted
Year

Item
1 Exports of domestic and foreign
merchandise excluding
grant-aid shipments

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug. Sept.

Oct.

Nov. Dec.

212,193 18,584 18,614 18,462 18,005 18,124 18,823 18,060 17,463 17,320 16,671 15,852 16,347

2 General imports including merchandise for immediate consumption
plus entries into bonded ware243,952 22,573 19,570 20,019 17,714 20,477 21,187 19,849 22,930 20,581 21,006 18,892 19,154
houses
-31,759 -3,989

3 Trade balance

-956-1,557

291 -2,353 -2,364 -1,790 -5,467 -3,261 -4,335 -3,041 -2,808

60. U.S. reserve assets, 1982
Millions of dollars, end of period
Type
1 Total
2
3
4
5

Gold stock1
Special drawing rights2- 3
Reserve position in Intenlational Monetary Fund2* 4
Convertible foreign currencies5

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Ap,

May

June

30,098

30,060

29,944

31,562

30,915

30,671

11,151
4,176
5,237
9,534

11,150
4,359
5,275
9,276

11,150
4,306
5,367
9,121

11,149
4,294
6,022
10,097

11,149
4,521
6,099
9,146

11,149
4,461
6,062
8,999

July
1 Total
2
3
4
5

Gold stock1
Special drawing rights2- 3
Reserve position in Intenlational Monetary Fund 2 * 4
Convertible foreign currencies5

138



Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

31,227

31,233

30,993

31,711

34,006

33,958

11,149
4,591
6,386
9,101

11,148
4,601
6,433
9,051

11,148
4,809
6,406
8,630

11,148
4,801
6,367
9,395

11,148
4,929
7,185
10,744

11,148
5,250
7,348
10,212

61. Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions
A. By type
Millions of dollars, end of period
1981

Item
Feb.
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 . .

Mar>

| Apr.

| May J June

July

Aug.

162,991 162,880 169,994 170,014 170,589 165,425 167,072 167,009 162,394
27,046
56,522

25,025
56,988

27,272
60,492

27,297
60,487

25,562
61,661

23,597
57,847

25,250
57,704

25,956
55,661

22,939
52,922

42,320
14,654
22,449

43,725
14,494
22,648

44,808
14,294
23,128

44,808
14,294
23,128

45,303
14,294
23,769

45,625
14,294
24,062

46,605
13,202
24,311

47,402
12,802
25,188

48,932
12,402
25,199

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

1981

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 4
5 Nonraarketable
6 U.S. securities other than U.S. Treasury securities5

1982

I Feb. [ Mar. [ Apr.

161,591 159,795 164,581 170,109 168,315 166,422 166,977 165,708
22,870
50,181

20,928
48,867

23,436
49,644

26,928
52,389

24,404
52,306

24,870
48,174

25,231
47,048

26,489
43,850

50,308
12,402
25,830

51,940
12,191
25,869

53,973
11,791
25,737

53,186
11,791
25,815

54,027
11,791
25,787

56,374
11,291
25,713

57,699
11,291
25,708

58,490
11,050
25,829

1982
May
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




June

| July

| Aug. | Sept. | Oct. | Nov. | Dec.

167,352 168,446 170,669 169,475 171,248 171,406 168,025 172,780
28,060
42,741

28,501
43,509

26,258
45,824

26,729
44,182

26,590
44,450

27,057
43,964

25,338
42,906

24,873
46,658

59,967
10,750
25,834

60,285
10,150
26,001

63,082
9,750
25,755

63,451
9,350
25,763

64,978
9,350
25,880

65,619
9,350
25,416

65,850
8,750
25,181

67,715
8,750
24,784

139

61. Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions—Continued
B. By area
Millions of dollars, end of period

1981
Jan.
1 Total

.

.

Western Europe1
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
Other countries2

Feb.

Mar>

80,434
1 175
5,456
70 771
3,972
1,183

78,334
1 089
5,242
73 161
3,947
1,107

79,823
1,437
6,355
77 143
4,087
1,149

Sept.

2
3
4
5
6
7

Apr.

May

June

Oct.

79,724
1 437
6,364
77 252
4,088
1,149

78,096
1,177
5,932
79,362
4,187
1,835

71,320
1,365
5,554
81,145
3,927
2,114

70,987
1,248
6,110
83,262
3,190
2,275

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

1981

1 Total
Western Europe1
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia . ,
,
Africa
Other countries2

Aug.

70,576
664
5,584
85 849
2645
1,691

65,960
1 603
5,968
84 641
2,840
1,382

Mar.

Apr.

1982

161,591 159,795 164,581 170,109 168,315 166,422 166,977 165,708
64,419
1,366
5,429
87,326
2,090
961

61,086
1,073
5,089
89,187
2,149
1,211

63,107
2,248
5,051
91,097
1,792
1,286

65,891
2,403
6,954
91,789
1,829
1,243

May

2
3
4
5
6
7

July

162,991 162,880 169,994 170,014 170,589 165,425 167,072 167,009 162,394

June

July

Aug.

63,161
2,369
5,930
94,373
1,649
833

62,065
1,669
6,308
93,757
1,474
1,149

60611
1,647
6 562
95,220
1 337
1,600

57625
1,721
7 124
94,816
1,823
2,599

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

19 82

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

Western Europe1
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
Other countries2

140




167,352 168,446 170,669 169,475 171,248 171,406 168,025 172,780
57,616
1 328
7,417
95 865
1,381
3 745

58,319
1 577
7,559
95 443
1,436
4 112

58,943
1 519
7,833
97 090
1,485
3 799

61,333
1,771
6,801
94,857
1,326
3,387

61,474
2,057
6,494
95,745
1,303
4,175

60,846
2,204
7,231
95,110
1,452
4,563

59,447
2044
5,900
93 960
1,371
5 303

61,501
2070
6,028
95 922
1,350
5 909

62. 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.

Mar>

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

202,397 201,515

203,548 205,933 213,760 214,171

209,636 214,353 208,475

122,857
22,149
15,898
14,685
70,125

121,528
23,300
15,778
13,476
68,973

120,350
21,288
16,272
15,947
66,844

120,711
21,213
16,320
16,303
66,875

128,259
22,661
15,777
14,815
75,005

132,236
22,211
16,116
12,323
81,586

128,124 132,156 131,092
23,195 21,413 22,073
16,687 16,503 17,303
14,118 13,426 11,281
74,124 80,815 80,434

79,539
57,673

79,988
58,518

83,197
62,259

85,222
62,316

85,501
63,097

81,935
59,567

81,512
59,728

82,196
57,552

77,382
54,848

19,050
2,816

18,350
3,120

17,991
2,948

18,392 18,299
4,514 4,106

17,867
4,501

17,490
4,293

17,890
6,754

18,018
4,516

1,961

2,003

1,854

1,854

1,816

1,821

1,793

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

363
222
75
65

436
233
59
145

1,542

1,687
368

1,561
333

1,561
333

1,149
63

1,312
213

1,436
289

1,435
247

1,214
84

1,453
0

1,319
0

1,228
0

1,228
0

1,086
0

1,098
0

1,147
0

1,188
0

1,130
0

20 Official institutions8 .

83,568

82,013

87,765

87,785

87,223

81,444

82,954

81,617

75,862

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

16,260
3,250
2,950
10,060

14,706
3,786
2,468
8,452

13,496
3,462
2,705
7,330

15,833
3,993
2,604
9,236

14,479
3,134
2,141
9,204

13,482
3,714
2,072
7,696

25 Banks' custody liabilities4
26
U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
27
Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments6
28
Other

68,346
56,522

68,075
56,988

71,555
60,492

71,524
60,487

72,517
61,661

67,948
57,847

67,121
57,704

67,138
55,661

62,380
52,922

11,756
68

10,894
193

10,871
191

10,839
198

10,762
94

10,005
96

9,331
86

9,396
2,081

9,402
55

29 Banks9

96,659

96,608

93,127

95,079 103,195 109,078 102,154 108,439 107,863

30 Banks' own liabilities
31
Unaffiliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits . . . .
33
Time deposits1
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

86,857
19,983
12,567
2,305
5,110

95,215 100,494
20,209 18,909
13,493 13,394
1,692
1,556
3,823
5,160

93,407
19,284
13,630
1,732
3,921

99,106
18,291
12,929
1,565
3,797

98,459
18,024
13,255
1,687
3,083

Own foreign offices3

70,125

68,973

66,844

66,875

75,005

81,586

74,124

80,815

80,434

6,065
631

6,289
714

6,355
826

8,222
842

7,980
856

8,584
967

8,747
1,198

9,333
1,069

9,404
1,217

2,856
2,578

2,850
2,726

2,913
2,615

3,205
4,175

3,230
3,894

3,357
4,260

3,486
4,063

3,750
4,514

4,028
4,159

40 Other foreigners

20,209

20,891

20,802

21,215

21,526

21,828

22,735

22,499

23,100

41 Banks' own liabilities ,
42
Demand deposits . .
43
Time deposits1
44
Other2

16,623
5,179
10,628
815

16,955
5,246
10,892
816

17,076
5,259
10,961
856

17,300
5,270
10,998
1,032

17,671
5,205
11,672
795

17,737
5,209
11,639
889

18,527
5,347
12,276
903

18,209
5,127
12,721
360

18,716
4,872
13,485
358

3,586
432

3,937
449

3,727
607

3,915
654

3,855
516

4,091
540

4,208
538

4,291
575

4,384
624

2,985
170

3,287
201

2,978
141

3,119
141

3,221
118

3,407
145

3,526
144

3,556
159

3,458
302

10,267

9,868

9,686

9,962

9,902

9,954

9,932

10,099

9,947

1 AH foreigners
Banks* own liabilities . .
Demand deposits . . .
Time deposits1
Other2
Own foreign offices3
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
12 Banks' own liabilities
13 Demand deposits
14 Time deposits1
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




1,798 1,650

141

62. 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
1982

1981

Item
Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

11

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

1 AH foreigners

216,545 199,311 209,477 244,043 251,269 255,245 262,366 267,608

2 Banks' own liabilities
3 Demand deposits
4 Time deposits1
5 Other2
6
Own foreign offices3

142,351
23,592
17,348
13,603
87,809

124,484
19,072
17,716
11,153
76,544

133,455
21,127
18,174
14,054
80,100

7 Banks' custody liabilities4
8
U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
9
Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6 . .
10 Other

74,193
52,369
17,312
4,512

74,827
51,289
18,257
5,281

76,022
52,007
18,269
5,746

80,305
55,316
19,019
5,970

79,558
55,138
18,933
5,487

74,715
51,150
18,723
4,842

73,698
50,160
18,931
4,607

71,396
47,362
19,356
4,679

11 Nonmonetary international and regional organizations7 ,

1,826

163,738 171,711 180,530 188,668 196,212
19,628
17,906
17,413 16,165 17,700
28,992 31,851
37,073 44,185 49,189
17,617
16,647
17,361 19,144 18,883
97,500 105,307 108,682 109,174 110,440

1,981

2,317

2,721

2,148

2,091

2,050

2,048

398
249
60
89

303
185
58
60

555
388
74
93

638
262
58
318

373
130
86
156

298
135
76
87

450
209
146
96

608
149
291
168

1,428
96
1,332
0

1,678
184
1,494
0

1,762
142
1,621
0

2,083
541
1,542
0

1,775
217
1,558
0

1,792
277
1,515
0

1,599
109
1,490
0

1,439
142
1,297
0

20 Official institutions8

73,051

69,796

73,080

79,318

76,711

73,043

72,279

70,339

21 Banks' own liabilities
22 Demand deposits . .
23 Time 2deposits1 . . .
24 Other

13,956
2,697
2,028
9,231

11,869
2,668
1,734
7,467

14,214
2,459
1,961
9,795

17,094
2,564
4,230
10,300

14,841
2,296
3,800
8,744

15,111
2,178
4,348
8,585

15,476
2,034
4,938
8,504

17,247
2,783
5,682
8,782

25 Banks' custody liabilities4
26 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
27 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6
28 Other

59,094
50,181
8,659
255

57,927
48,867
9,013
46

58,866 62,224
49,644 52,389
9,171 9,787
51
47

61,869
52,306
9,536
27

57,932
48,174
9,722
37

56,803
47,048
9,715
40

53,093
43,850
9,059
183

12 Banks' own liabilities
13 Demand deposits
14 Time deposits1
15 Other2
16 Banks' custody liabilities4
17 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
18 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6
19 Other

29 Banks9

118,045 103,388 109,659 136,030 146,095 152,004 158,589 162,054

30 Banks' own liabilities
31
Unaffiliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits
33
Time deposits1
34
Other2

108,749
20,940
15,199
1,865
3,876

92,821
16,277
11,346
1,663
3,268

98,520 124,312 134,205 141,247 147,387 149,327
18,420 26,812 28,898 32,565 38,214 38,887
9,177
12,908 11,614 10,573 10,292
9,912
8,735 11,026 14,058 18,968 19,512
1,863
6,462
3,649
8,215
7,300
9,462
10,068

Own foreign offices3

87,809

76,544

80,100

97,500

9,296
1,439
3,898
3,958

10,568
1,579
4,091
4,897

11,139
1,584
4,169
5,385

11,718
1,687
4,421
5,611

40 Other foreigners . . .

23,623

24,147

24,421

25,974

26,315

41 Banks' own liabilities
42 Demand deposits . .
43 Time 2deposits1 . . .
44 Other

19,248
5,447
13,395
406

19,492
4,873
14,261
358

20,165
5,373
14,276
517

21,694
5,189
15,969
537

22,292
4,906
16,939
447

45 Banks' custody liabilities4
46 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
47 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6
48 Other

4,375
654
3,422
300

4,655
659
3,659
337

4,256
637
3,309
309

4,279
699
3,268
312

4,023
757
2,981
284

49 MEMO: Negotiable time certificates of deposit held in custody
for foreigners

9,467

9,424

9,985

10,747

10,542

35

36 Banks' custody liabilities4
37 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
38 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6
39 Other

142




105,307 108,682 109,174 110,440
11,890
1,857
4,858
5,176

10,757
1,882
4,405
4,470

11,202
2,218
4,729
4,255

12,727
2,598
5,968
4,161

28,107

29,448

33,167

23,874
4,808
18,592
474

25,354
4,745
20,133
476

29,030
4,855
23,704
471

4,233
818
3,081
335

4,094
784
2,997
313

4,137
771
3,032
334

10,921

11,199

11,703

62. 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

1982
Item

May
1 AH foreigners

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

276,326 288,589 287,003 294,785 300,348 300,811 302,776 305,320

2 Banks' own liabilities
3
Demand deposits
4 Time deposits1
5
Other2
6
Own foreign offices3

;

204,900 215,255 211,062 219,227 222,260 221,055 226,068 225,379
16,554
17,273 17,071 15,840 15,413 17,059 17,148 16,017
62,862 62,172 62,718 67,072
54,109 56,169 60,054 62,534
22,108 19,964 24,051 23,189 22,930 24,414 23,791
20,972

113,265 119,705 113,972 116,802 120,796
4

75,941
51,211
20,722
4,009

75,558
49,646
22,134
3,778

4,001

4,082

1,233
300
586
347

2,246
343
633
1,271

1,767
253
1,514
,0

2,768
1,425
1,343
0

20 Official institutions8

70,801

21 Banks' own liabilities . .
22
Demand deposits
23 Time deposits'
24 Other2
25 Banks' custody liabilities4
26
U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
27
Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6
28
Other

7 Banks' custody liabilities
8
U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
9
Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6 .
10 Other

71,427
46,487
20,799
4,141

11 Nonmonetary international and regional organizations7

3,039

12 Banks' own liabilities
13 Demand deposits . .
14 Time deposits1 . . .
15 Other2

1,272
185
471
616

16 Banks' custody liabilities4
17 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
18 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6
19 Other

73,335
48,817
20,506
4,011

118,894 121,788 118,499

78,089
51,572
22,437
4,080

79,756
53,374
22,668
3,715

5,073

5,050

3,093
265
453
2,376

2,752
194
734
1,825

1,835
487
1,349
0

1,980
328
1,652
0

72,011

72,081

17,915
2,150
5,993
9,772

18,949
3,155
5,400
10,395

52,886
42,741
10,105
40

53,062
43,509
9,519
33

76,708
52,138
20,965
3,605

79,941
55,614
20,625
3,702

6,036

6,465

4,597

2,337
261
431
1,645

3,387
257
969
2,161

1,584
106
1,339
139

2,298
676
1,621
0

3,699
2,160
1,539
0

3,078
1,774
1,304
0

3,013
1,621
1,392
0

70,911

71,041

71,021

68,244

71,531

16,670
2,788
6,858
7,023

16,458
1,994
5,920
8,544

16,796
2,521
5,518
8,758

16,989
2,138
6,132
8,720

16,638
2,074
5,539
9,025

16,526
1,981
5,489
9,057

55,411
45,824
9,552
36

54,453
44,182
10,234
37

54,245
44,450
9,755
39

54,031
43,964
10,033
34

51,607
42,906
8,672
28

55,006
46,658
8,319
28

29 Banks9

166,671 175,662 172,933 179,049 183,101 182,766 185,679 185,097

30 Banks' own liabilities
31
Unaffiliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits
33
Time deposits1
34
Other2

154,099 162,957 159,261 164,840 167,276 166,268 169,412 168,679
40,834 43,252 45,289 48,038 46,480 47,374 47,624 50,179
9,274
9,882
9,384
9,724
8,733
8,765
9,700
8,138
21,236 23,370 25,034 26,910 26,767 26,026 26,035 28,267
9,897 10,608 10,871 12,363 11,575 11,466 11,865 13,179

35

Own foreign offices3

113,265 119,705 113,972 116,802 120,796
4

118,894 121,788 118,499

36 Banks' custody liabilities
37
U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
38
Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6
39 Other

12,573
2,707
6,100
3,766

12,706
2,926
6,520
3,260

13,671
3,872
6,661
3,138

14,209
3,970
7,102
3,138

15,825
4,897
7,916
3,012

16,498
5,634
8,061
2,803

16,267
5,792
7,782
2,693

16,419
5,809
7,844
2,766

40 Other foreigners . . .

35,815

36,915

37,908

39,752

41,156

40,989

42,388

44,095

41 Banks' own liabilities
42
Demand deposits . .
43 Time deposits1 . . .
44 Other2

31,614 32,115
4,544
4,518
26,408 26,813
687 . 758

32,885
4,556
27,529
800

34,836
4,816
29,251
768

35,435
4,560
29,843
1,031

35,461
4,778
29,583
1,100

36,631
5,093
30,175
1,363

38,591
5,197
31,977
1,416

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




4,201
786
3,080
335

4,800
957
3,125
718

5,023
1,028
3,160
835

4,916
1,167
3,147
603

5,721
1,548
3,146
1,028

5,528
1,615
3,035
878

5,756
1,666
3,207
884

5,504
1,525
3,070
908

12,700

12,921

13,029

13,921

13,533

15,029

14,408

14,296

143

62. 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.

Feb.

Apr.

Mar>

May

June

Aug.

July

1 Total

....

202,397 201,515 203,548 205,933 213,760 214,171 209,636 214,353 208,475

2 Foreign countries . . .

....

200,435

199,512

201,694

....

89,701

89,181

554

551

....

4,062

4782

....

420
264

432
355

12,168
10 336

12,521
9296

91,162
519
4,672
463
317
12,939
12,299
563
3,446
2,323
1,575
356
1 631
2,399
16816
235
24,711
202
5,298
47
352

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Europe
Austria
Belgium-Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
.........
Switzerland
Turkey
,.
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia
Other Western Europe1
USSR
Other Eastern Europe2

24

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 East 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

524

563

6743
2,568

....

899
370

5 987
2,540
1 037

....

1 416
1,365
16 631

358
1 388
2078
16 636

231
24,325

296

269

6,225

5,385

46
401

....

203
24,209

....

84
363

87,309

207,843 212 555 206 824
86,985

85,508

81 634

525

493

539

611

613

4,925

5,458

5,060

4239

434
328

526
280

4,758

415
303

433
296

239
220

11,515
9633

11,060
9072

9235
7 301

13,150
12490

1 1 ,363
9,473

574

513

507

533

492

3,600
2,316
1,472

3,014
2,177
1,648

4620
2,133
1 743

6 146
1,792
1 289

6 374
1 751
1 228

309

336

454

448

460

1 352
2,616
15 815

1,678
2,497
15,882

1 199
2,186
15 942

1 351
1 864
16 325

1 409
1 667
16 429

209

182

194

356

208

24,387

25,530

24,516

23,276

238

24,278

270

312

408

343

4,893

5,616

5,177

4804

37
267

5,323

85
288

41
351

33
280

34
310

9 131

8 570

8 622

10 351

11,235

10 283

9 260

9 873

52 275
1,998
15,916

51 616
1,917
14,713
908
1,151
11,594
549
2,960
6
511
446
94
4,773
502
4,467
342
306
4,220
2,158

58 802
1,919
19,058

60,411
1,800
20,401

56,476
1,991
18,014

64457
1 980
24,890

64 119
2043
24,526

354
284

334
334

450
322

398
266

3,924
1,979

363
243

4,178
1,997

3,548
2,393

3 671
2,125

3 621
2073
46 205

401
290

447
266

3 794
1,936

3 925
1,869

41 687

43 041

44,961

45,237

46,132

46,402

47 505

48 161

55

....

50,925
1,917
14,282
910
1,148
11,593
549
2,960
6
511
446
94
4,756
436
4,294
341
306
4,218
2,158

55

54

102

84

74

1,733
3 054

1,803
2,469

1,786
3,001

1,941
3,151

437

604
678
557

60
1,826
2,440
576
1,063
584
19,449
1,380
1,112
250
14,353
2 144

46

1,821
2,764

60
1,822
2,438
576
1,063
582
19,366
1,380
1,115
250
14,180
2,129

442
944
446

458
707
407

2 183
3 956

408
582
481

2,013
3 456

401
391

455
732
486

19,453
1,381
1,209

19,808
1,397

19,562
1,329
1,046

19,473
1 252

19754
1 319

422

992
436

868
371

475

804

1,339
12 798

....

1 ,266
12 144

501

....
....
....

....

3 087

6
389
428
112

7
449
461
101

4,595

4,600

599

....

431

3 085

523

4,460

3,984

1,170
....

523
17,701
1,498

849
367

17,990
1,485
1 057

404
13 015
2 409

4,358

4,371

313
42
327
48

496
30
258
58

2921

2 833

707

697

....

1,658
1 304

1 513
1 205

354

307

67 Nonmonetary international and regional organizations .
68
International^
69 Latin American regional ,
....
70
Other regional6

1,961
913

2,003
995

769
279

745
263

144

89,937

53 229
1,857
16,164

12,254
2 249




92,524
519
4,693
461
317
12,949
12,305
563
3,453
2,330
1,575
356
1 631
2,399
16931
235
25,879
202
5,328
47
350

9 802

Canada

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

....
. .
....

204,079 211,944 212,351

....

....
....

635

803

706

646

700

1,345
14,061

1,347
14,893

1,412
12,839

1,199
14024

1 282
13 239

539

526

508

566

538

2,940

2,828

2,827

2 784

2708

5,365

5,532

6352

8
352
416
141

7
391
413
132

5,363

4,983

7
463
399
80

7
392
412
122

7
355
399
290

469

446

501

487

692

4,742

4,869

4,651

5,014

4629

1,309

391

798
338

15,286
2 261

14,941
2,708

15,338
3 143

14935
3 419

12 398
3 610
3 201

4,553
' 333
33
322
28
3,084
753

4,557
333
33
322
28
3 084
757

4,533

4,517

3,911

308
54
360
24

3,182

336
34
330
28

289
41
253
181

293
77
257
84

3 135

3,004

768

2 388

1 715

670

1,523
1 284
240

1,523
1 284
240

2,189
1 913

2,477
2,276

275

201

285

217

224

1,854
754
768
333

1,854
754
768
333

1,816
806

1,821
781

1,793
747

693
317

729
310

1,798
699

1,650
524

722
323

765
333

747
379

759

757

2 683
2 398

1 987
1 770

355
59
296
41
1 703

746
1 792
1 568

62. 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

1982

1981

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.7

Jan.

Feb.

| Mar.

Apr.

1 Total

216,545 199,311 209,477 244,043 251,269 255,245 262,366 267,608

2 Foreisn countries

214 719 197 331 207 160 241 321 249 121 253 154 260 317 265 560
77 663
583
3 644
232
187
7,125
6 555
496
5,677
2,181
1,449
424
975
1 609
17 116
252
23 985
265
4,472
42
396

82,305
595
3,989
306
196
7,385
7 211
428
5,656
2,359
1,642
358
954
1 508
18,931
197
24,258
380
5,394
72
486

91 309
596
4 117
333
296
8486
7 665
463
7,290
2 823
1,457
354
916
1 545
18,720
518
28,287
375
6,526
49
493

90 290
728
3 954
512
157
8,078
6953
469
7,104
2,838
1,244
301
1,029
1 274
18,871
336
30,834
215
5,054
68
272

92 097
650
3 254
524
292
8,047
6 668
535
6,497
3,027
1,129
275
946
1 480
18,519
216
34,047
219
5,437
52
284

93 942
552
2 992
514
273
7 807
7 698
472
4 300
3 161
1 518
272
1 136
1 358
19 141
283
35 292
223
6 507
44
400

92 529
474
2 898
613
229
6 744
6 556
457
3 696
2 963
1 666
272
1 055
1 373
20 358
364
35 889
259
6 277
37
350

11,130

10 847

12 304

95,035
2 897
43,837
864
1,803
18,861
815
2,924
10
370
519
100
7,250
3 336
3,376
531
479
4 598
2,464

98 485 104 263
3 038
2 732
44,977 45,854
1 112
1 164
1 352
1 462
18 942 19 656
951
992
2 654
2 639
6
7
513
491
569
590
133
129
7 649
8 537
3 434
3 474
4 200
4 248
532
620
323
410
5 120
8 228
2 960
3 048

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Europe
Austria
Belgium- Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France
German y
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
...
Turkey
United Kingdom
....
Yugoslavia
Other Western Europe1 . .
U S S.R
Other Eastern Europe2 . .

24

Canada

10,119

8,934

10,091

10,250

11,572

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41

Latin America and Caribbean
Argentina
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
Guatemala
Jamaica
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
....

66,757
1 979
25,552
806
1,301
14456
491
2 527
8
394
476
92
6021
697
4 974
380
259
3 982
2 362

59,921
1 929
21,325
721
1,265
10 497
538
2 759
6
403
419
147
5,902
2 771
4,599
379
249
4044
1 969

62,455
2,012
23,928
624
1,285
9,568
505
2,776
7
516
444
96
6,047
2 994
4,904
473
266
3 971
2,041

85*159
2 445
34,856
765
1,568
17 794
664
2 993
9
434
479
87
7,170
3 182
4,857
694
367
4 245
2 548

92,180
2 879
43,309
680
1,608
17 921
771
2 861
7
355
485
120
6,676
3 145
3,499
594
481
4 557
2,232

48 737

46 855

48,637

50 005

50 936

50 648

52 860

50 603

76
2 195
4,062
491
809
416
20,745
1 434
832
392
13 295
3,990

85
2 189
4,158
433
1 269
421
20,205
1,291
691
274
12 196
3,643

200
2,147
4,090
514
985
478
19,990
1,322
736
409
13,603
4,163

158
2 082
3,950
385
640
592
20,750
2,013
874
534
13 174
4,854

183
2,227
3,964
512
1,230
546
20,309
2,146
758
369
13 623
5,070

215
2,253
4,302
414
1,241
507
20,994
2,162
739
494
13,573
3,754

257
2 213
4,272
435
1 127
449
22,087
2 138
671
340
14 831
4,040

331
2 291
4,678
544
837
537
19,391
2 356
709
517
14 345
4,067

2 561
433
43
244
76
1 040
725

2 535
343
28
282
44
1 165
672

2,381
328
37
202
56
830
929

3 180
360
32
420
26
1 395
946

3 065
571
36
252
33
1 207
966

2,815
339
35
368
40
1,112
921

2 408
302
36
330
69
627
1,044

3 119
411
52
308
41
1 144
1,163

1 434
1 174
260

1,423
1 212
211

1,291
1,065
226

1,419
1 223
196

1,078
853
225

1,430
1 204
226

1 775
1 550
225

2 743
2 542
201

1,826
631
750
445

1,981
945
724
312

2,317
1,128
797
391

2,721
1,661
710
350

2,148
1,072
712
364

2,091
1,082
706
303

2,050
1,081
630
339

2,048
1,269
450
328

43
44

Other

....

....
....
. ..

....

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Asia
China
Mainland
.
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting countries^
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

. ..

.

...

67 Nonmonetary international and regional organizations
68 International^
.
69 Latin American regional . . .
6
70 Other regional




....

. ..

85 111
590
4 852
163
198
7,637
8 410
578
6,264
2 240
1,008
486
1,189
2 102
16966
234
26 376
366
5,010
28
414

145

62. 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
1982
May

273,287 284,589 282,922

...

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Europe
Austria
...
Belgium-Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway .
...
Portugal
Spain
.
Sweden
,
Switzerland
...
Turkey
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia
Other Western Europe1
USSR
Other Eastern Europe2

24

Canada

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Latin America and Caribbean
Argentina
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
.
..
British West Indies
Chile
.
...
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
Guatemala .
....
Jamaica
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles
Panama
..
Peru
Uruguay . .
...
Venezuela
Other
.
...

..

.
..

...

.

.
...
,
.

..

...
...
..

•

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

.
.

.

.

..

.

..

...

..

...
..
..

...
..

Asia . .
...
China
45
Mainland . .
....
..
46
Taiwan
47
Hong Kong
48
India
49
Indonesia
.
50
Israel
51
Japan
52
Korea
...
5 3
Philippines
.
54
Thailand
55
Middle East oil-exporting countries''
56
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

.

289,712 295,299 294,776

296,311

300,723

98 576 103 590 107 262 112,108 1 14 289 116,015 117 242 117 695
537
508
501
531
434
441
512
456
3,259
2,967
3,218
2,782
2,872
2,517
3,090
2,499
452
446
166
221
149
509
510
608
162
224
478
572
328
181
212
748
8,642
8,145
7,358
7,720
9 241
8,169
7,065
6,319
5,360
5,624
5,397
5,331
5,375
6,221
6,954
6,093
471
516
506
559
537
512
549
496
5,541
4,722
6,714
5,760
6,703
5,674
3,422
4,779
3,102
2899
2,789
2,838
3,362
2 868
3,100
2 719
1,773
1,333
1,634
2,026
1,370
2,197
1,981
1,567
453
386
356
365
453
365
276
388
1,133
1,223
1,315
1,114
1,301
1,106
1,405
1,191
1,324
1,385
1,278
1,997
1,381
1,615
1,380
1,420
21,585 22,403 23,859 24,950 26,491 27,619 27,994 28,999
222
287
317
167
204
301
296
- 255
46,882 48492 49,009 50,274 48,169
40,786 41,971 44,982
390
307
320
317
314
237
470
499
6,524
6334
5 819
6,536
6 965
6 303
6889
6 243
44
41
47
47
111
45
50
30
541
322
397
440
521
486
371
573
10 628

11,566

11,168

12,194

11 623

12,163

11,719

12 217

106,290 110,331 105,581 108,441 110,907 108,687 110,140 112,916
2 154
2713
3,482
3 577
3 432
3 467
2 031
2209
45,114 45,514 41,165 43,039 43,815 43,123 44,125 44,026
1,507
1,302
1,289
1,519
1,572
1,286
1,350
1,596
1,752
2,020
1,823
1,865
1,822
1,986
2,010
1,615
19 764 22 562 22 046 22,901 23 339 23,068 24 276 26 372
1,442
1,170
1,447
1,124
1,224
1,444
1,293
1,626
2516
2,699
2,636
2,407
2 700
2 593
2,426
2 515
9
8
7
7
6
6
7
9
524
527
478
556
559
453
465
519
613
616
636
580
639
639
670
583
121
139
136
126
118
100
108
104
8,031
8,477
7,967
9,660
9,269
8,970
9,443
8,047
3,677
3,713
3 597
3,601
3,759
3,728
3,518
3 449
6,184
4,770
4,886
4,658
4,738
5,379
4,348
4,798
931
984
1,031
974
1 147
1 059
959
753
844
721
609
665
542
651
561
759
9 108
9,219
8625
8 382
8,796
9 382
9433
8,315
2,869
3,036
2,986
3,355
3,293
3,219
3,291
3,166
51,159

44

..
...
.

.

.

.

....

67 Nonmonetary international and regional organizations
68 International5
69 Latin American regional
70 Other regional6 .
...
.
..

146

July

276,326 288,589 287,003 294,785 300,348 300,811 302,776 305,320

I Total
2 Foreign countries




June

.

....

52,019

52,129

50,862

51,123

49,803

48,565

48,679

284
2 378
4 828
603
789
562
18 902
2,192
785
474
14,404
4,958

244
2 335
4 880
540
583
620
19 823
1,863
841
485
14,261
5,543

261
2,375
4918
551
722
476
19 861
1,934
660
450
14,256
5,665

245
2,327
4,551
655
593
486
19 291
1,712
728
369
14,110
5,795

254
2,494
4,945
407
436
583
18 895
1,905
712
310
14,030
6,152

216
2,568
4,957
439
757
612
16,830
1,927
736
365
14,053
6,344

214
2,769
4,847
507
534
705
15,680
1,776
768
349
14,396
6,020

203
2 716
4 465
433
849
606
16098
1,692
770
629
13,433
6,784

2 636
382
37
305
27
846
1 039

2 680
447
59
335
37
901
901

2 697
430
52
339
25
1,025
825

2 591
405
47
341
25
908
865

2 785
385
63
344
20
1,074
899

3,369
242
54
279
23
1,669
1,103

3 192
373
66
564
22
1,250
918

3 070
398
75
277
23
1,280
1 016

3,997
3 752
245

4,402
4 174
228

4,085
3 831
254

3,516
3 317
199

4,572
4355
216

4,738
4,530
207

5,452
5,224
228

6,146
5 904
243

3 039
2,064
661
314

4001
2,860
694
446

4 082
3,064
606
412

5,073
3,936
776
362

5050
3,934
719
397

6,036
5,141
573
322

6465
5,522
533
410

4 597
3,705
517
375

63. Banks9 own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States
Millions of dollars, end of period

1981
Jan.

Mar>

Feb.

Apr.

June

May

Aug.

July

1 Total

167,338 167,825 179,837 184,273 187,387 188,015 197,953 198 357 200 518

2 Foreign countries

167 266 167,746

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

179 748
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

184 212 187 331

187 968

35 999
174
2,648
119
326
3,950
1 136
210
3 060
579
224
247
1 504
884
1,421
136
16,512
872
186
265
1 548

35,140
151
2,158
141
327
3,756
1,054
334
2 932
549
182
242
1,611
974
1,287
132
16,376
878
224
266
1 567

34 749
149
2 014
161
299
3,174
1 154
242
2 983
608
175
263
1 720
995
1,715
172
16082
904
147
254
1 539

37 439
166
2 403
124
365
3,215
1 110
249
3 881
753
174
353
1 781
794
1,697
147
17 002
988
182
302
1 755

35 508
157
2 090
131
343
2,866
1 270
292
3 925
500
170
389
1 726
730
1,880
137
15 727
992
160
245
1 779

35 478
185
- 2 376
165
352
3,081
1 154
214
3 999
585
252
350
1 801
671
1,726
159
15 197
948
200
252
1 812

5,522

6,306

6086

7 049

7 732

6453

197 905 198 298 200 467

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Europe
Austria
Belgium-Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia
Other Western Europe1
USSR
Other Eastern Europe2

24

Canada

4,221

4,872

5 040

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

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

98,310 100,004 100,470 103,839 106,338 109,749
5 684
5 837
5 945
5 796
5 763
5 799
34,954 34,452 33 425 34,885
36,178 37,325
404
324
401
481
340
417
10 103 10,152
10,445 10,116
9,908 10,351
17,458
18,478
18,196 18,018
14,756 16,677
2,030
2,021
2,072
2,205
1,878
2,323
1,457
1,580
1,533
1,467
1,480
1,429
3
3
4
7
3
14
1,229
1,239
1,285
1,257
1,307
1,318
98
104
105
208
95
115
34
35
38
36
39
40
15,567
12,489 13,249 13,351 14,071
17,404
756
874
926
825
933
894
6,063
6,219
5,701
5,531
6,038
6,176
794
855
871
818
803
796
94
105
100
103
102
107
5,444
5,336
5,301
5,469
5,442
5,535
1 752
1,672
1,705
1,659
1,821
1,800

44

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
....
Israel
Japan
Korea
. . .
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting countries^
Other

38,564

39,144

40,643

41,062

42,566

43,081

46,065

45,066

45,006

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

225
2,415
2 250
110
280
1 081
21,187
5,904
840
810
1,435
2026

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

187
2,413
2,348
130
288
983
24,001
5,858
610
835
1,491
1 919

182
2,568
2,450
134
299
1,016
23,932
6,066
999
830
1,914
2,178

184
2,414
2,919
170
268
1 186
24,206
6,067
1 024
699
1,474
2 469

194
2,471
3,340
132
257
1,309
25,999
6,720
1,193
664
1,604
2,181

188
2,380
3,209
106
271
1,178
25,964
6,474
1 195
547
1,288
2 266

186
2,543
3,348
135
254
1,108
25,361
6,533
1,402
528
1,473
2,134

57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Africa
Eevot
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries^
Other

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

2,428
155
71
658
98
672
774

2,526
128
88
688
100
726
797

2,723
148
204
787
87
713
784

64
65
66

Other countries
Australia
All other

1,122
827
295

1,250
868
381

1,038
870
167

1,048
881
167

1,045
928
116

1,047
905
142

1,084
945
139

1,127
994
133

1,060
958
102

72

79

89

61

56

47

48

60

51

..
.

. . . .

..

67 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations^




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

147

63. Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in ILS. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1982

1981

Sept.

...

Feb.

Jan.

| Mar.

Apr.

211,296 198,091 209,239 251,082 256,206 266,938 277,803 288,792

...

.

211 241

Europe .
..
Austria
Belgium-Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
....
Portugal
Spain
,.
Sweden
Switzerland
...
Turkey
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia
Other Western Europe1
USSR
Other Eastern Europe2

198,048 209,199 251,026

256 156 266 891 277 746 288 752

24

Canada . . . .

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Latin America and Caribbean
Argentina
.
Bahamas
Bermuda
.
Brazil
British West Indies
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
Guatemala
Jamaica
.
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela . .
Other

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Asia .
..
China
Mainland
....
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan . .
...
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting countries3
Other .
. . .

57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

41,199
436
2,628
157
347
3 359
1,281
287
4,016
579
300
328
1 711
932
1 959
144
19655
932
185
232
1,733

....

,

.

.....

....

....
.

...
,.

.

.

. . . .

..

...

....

..

34,821
138
1,765
186
397
2 571
855
235
4,357
574
230
353
1 627
873
1 481
153
16 116
954
148
203
1,605

39,762
179
2,029
207
528
3,260
979
255
4,594
571
281
390
1,693
1 338
1,963
144
18,292
1 016
197
248
1,596

49,067
121
2,851
187
546
4,124
938
333
5,240
682
384
529
2,100
1 205
2,213
424
23,654
1 224
209
377
1,725

51,873
198
2,823
225
554
4 705
1,086
380
5496
753
384
562
2 165
1 329
1,849
464
25 186
1 211
220
455
1 826

54,623
169
3,281
252
572
4 928
872
321
5 638
791
433
643
2 507
1 491
2 001
522
26 686
1 243
188
262
1 823

56 961
127
3 760
275
573
5 552
1 123
325
5 315
932
443
724
2 619
1 532
1 709
496
27 934
1 200
313
218
1 790

59 437
197
3 846
273
524
5 014
1 473
279
5 094
724
447
813
2 502
1 418
1 564
487
31 294
1 238
277
195
1 779

8 120

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

7,527

7,128

9,164

9,600

9 940

10 979

11 809

112,340 108,566 113,381 138,138 143,395 148,428 153 644 158 489
8 655
7,522
6 142
5 834
5 950
8 816
8 930 10 896
38,426 36,971
39,487 43,446 44,982 45,851
47,672 47 989
255
477
346
490
335
575
440
401
10,907 16,914
17,425 17,909 18,838 19 216
9,977
10,466
19 207 17 296 17,929 21,930 21 254 22 175 23 124 22 911
4,157
2,514
2,643
2,567
3,690
4,363
4514
4 590
1 598
1 529
2 108
2,018
1 487
2067
2018
2 146
9
3
7
3
4
3
3
137
1,531
t 328
1 282
1 298
1 752
1 837
1 703
1 879
124
123
127
119
119
119
106
116
62
54
45
176
115
151
40
130
17,262 17,188
18,539 22,409 23,026 24,552
25 619 26 085
951
933
1,076
869
1 150
873
953
887
6,779
5,656
5,799
6,927
6,675
7,306
7 482
8 246
1 432
705
796
1,218
788
1 433
1 518
1 593
157
262
142
148
166
240
234
316
7 252
5 273
5 326
7,069
5,129
7 757
8 080
8 558
1 844
2 482
1 869
1 793
1 846
2 374
2 245
2 220
45 507

43 279

45 O i l

49 780

46036

48 329

50 180

52 828

153
2488
3 705
144
363
1 079
25 176
6,553
1 530
549
1 394
2 374

148
2 349
3 787
176
267
1,200
22 804
6,632
1 448
559
1,381
2 527

199
2 262
3,924
179
329
1,325
23 785
6,733
1 621
546
1,569
2 539

107
2 461
4,126
123
351
1,562
26 762
7,324
1,817
564
1,575
3 009

85
2 654
4092
148
322
1 320
24 103
6 540
1 761
527
1 624
2 860

65
2215
4 377
188
335
1 479
26 092
6 272
1 989
559
1 991
2 766

84
2300
5 442
212
361
1 251
25 997
6 569
2 270
513
2021
3 159

98
2 275
5 352
195
313
1 159
27 968
7 007
2 270
565
2 411
3 215

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire . .
Oil-exporting countries4
Other

2 964
145
273
917
102
689
839

2 796
147
269
848
102
534
896

2,803
137
243
904
100
531
888

3,503
238
284
1,011
112
657
1,201

3 788
259
273
948
98
783
1 427

3 992
293
273
I 249
93
594
1 490

4 209
327
294
1 431
89
637
1 429

4 389
345
312
1 344
100
730
1 559

Other countries
Australia
All other

1 110
959
152

1 059
962
97

1 114
989
125

1 376
1,203
172

1 463
1 280
183

1 580
1 385
195

1 774
1 501
273

1 800
1 560
240

55

43

40

56

51

47

57

40

67 Nonmonetary international and regional organizations5

148

Oct.

Dec.6

....

1 Total
2 Foreign countries

Nov.




63. Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1982

Aug.

Sept.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec.

301,871 316,266 324,347 329,318 340,301 334,783 336,551 353,733

1 Total
2 Foreign countries

301,828 316,223 324,302 329,212 340,257

•,

Europe
Austria
B el fiium- Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
,
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia
Other Western Europe1
USSR
Other Eastern Europe2

334,728 336,494 353 665

24

Canada

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Latin America and Caribbean
Argentina
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
Guatemala .
Jamaica
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Asia
China
Mainland .
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan
. . . . •.
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting countries^
Other
..

57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Africa
Esvot
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries4
Other

64
65
66

Other countries
Australia
All other

62,211
198
3 671
270
634
5,473
1,515
262
5,855
898
411
797
2,628
1 663
1,557
573
32,258
1 202
381
251
1,713

....
>
..

.

....

64,115
137
3 762
281
732
6,319
1,757
297
6,019
988
424
942
3,087
1 611
1,596
589
31,981
1 294
238
296
1,763

67,647
189
4 110
309
699
5,861
1,737
294
6,310
1,120
539
994
3,301
1,524
1,620
646
34,782
1 266
280
274
1,793

70,860
186
4428
323
776
5 960
1,565
270
6,569
1 087
476
970
3,520
1 699
1,589
600
37,219
1 220
286
296
1,820

76,527
146
4 811
358
806
5,816
1,609
283
6,733
1 099
575
998
3,469
2404
1,847
605
41,413
1 196
325
246
1,787

78,358
173
4965
396
813
6,219
1,522
335
7,346
1 285
544
1 018
3,558
2799
1,636
603
41,661
1 248
266
242
1,728

79,190
197
5 395
406
904
6627
1,756
373
7,708
1 122
650
924
3,643
2 804
1,516
598
40,868
1 261
380
227
1,832

84 005
216
5 115
554
990
6 863
1 860
452
7 498
1 428
572
943
3 730
3 030
1 639
560
44 754
1 418
378
263
1 741

11,350

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

12,664

13,074

12,103

11,870

12,982

12,500

14 216

167,495 173,931 179,114 182,313 187,120 180,564 180,902 187 379
10*816 11 014 10,966 10936 10 964 11,019
10 816 10 960
49,189 52,326 53,063 55,254 55,999 51,848 52,207 56 300
602
429
414
385
376
396
957
603
20,435 21,174 21,566 22,150 23,104 22,999 22,978 23 204
25 664 26,050 28,286 28,547 30,032 28,270 27 370 29 162
5,394
5,272
5,367
5,228
5,276
4,899
5,091
5 560
2,558
2,650
2,607
2,895
2,838
2,826
2,270
3 185
8
3
3
3
3
3
3
37
2,057
2,127
2022
2048
2,027
1 852
2,101
2053
124
121
111
119
112
124
116
140
124
151
387
781
508
576
218
181
28,354 29,543 29,838 29,371 29,630 29,422 29,558 29,449
778
1,032
685
825
1,028
731
814
880
9,842
10,583 10,286
8,655
10,133
9,145
8,316
10,516
2,244
2,062
2,064
2,252
2,057
1,672
2,252
2 332
457
413
572
550
381
609
681
347
9,867
9,800
9,692
9,925
9,145
9,181
10,250
10 682
2,257
2,032
2041
2039
2 105
2 211
2 295
1 953
54 122

....
t

...

58,576

57 477

57 248

57,440

55,723

56,671

60 629

68
2,114
6 122
185
320
1 390
27,545
7,104
2 464
502
2,613
3,695

124
2,048
6 390
252
293
1,842
30,431
7,118
2 605
459
2,550
4,464

139
1,973
6 118
266
299
1 637
30,048
7,046
2 605
415
2,493
4438

127
1,891
6447
235
302
1 534
29,541
6,922
2 611
388
2,633
4,616

126
1,949
6723
275
297
1,623
28,584
7,365
2,508
409
2,591
4,991

139
2,020
5,976
254
315
1,748
26,722
7,790
2,560
442
2,848
4,910

194
2,255
6 201
258
314
1 895
25,952
8,536
2467
501
3,176
4,923

210
2 285
7 705
222
342
2 043
27,199
9 389
2 555
643
3 087
4 948

4,775
400
278
1,389
81
844
1,783

.

67 Nonmonetary international and regional organizations5




July

June

May

4,824
416
334
1,467
84
803
1,722

4,962
378
314
1,620
81
848
1,721

4,811
399
368
1,574
58
761
1,651

5,176
386
376
1,775
59
842
1,738

5,017
365
367
1,744
61
764
1,717

5,274
349
384
1,832
58
903
1,747

5,350
322
347
2,013
57
803
1,807

1 875
1,655
220

2 113
1 ,806
307

2028
1,700
328

1 878
1,534
344

2 125
1,792
332

2 083
1,713
370

1 957
1,528
429

2086
1 713
373

43

43

45

106

44

56

57

68

149

64. Banks' own and domestic customers' claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars,
reported by banks in the United States1
Millions of dollars, end of period

1981
Type of claim

Jan.

Feb.

May

Apr.

Mar>
210,903 216,320

1 Total

June

July

Aug.

231,988
187,387
21,728
76,877
50,889
9,939
40,950
37,894

179,837
20,903
74,920
46,465
7,263
39,203
37,549

184,273
21,361
75,192
50,210
10,078
40,132
37,511

9 Claims of banks' domestic customers^ . . ,
10 Deposits
1 1 Negotiable and readily transferable instruments4
12 Outstanding collections and other claims

31,067
850
19,461
10,756

32,047
1,014
20,281
10,753

34,035
763
23,765
9 507

13 MEMO: Customer liability on acceptances

24,451

24,409

27,458

30,856

30,856

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

167,338 167,825
20,969
20,320
64,002 64,910
46,350
45,905
7,261
7,079
39,089
38,826
36,017
36,690

..
..

Dollar deposits in banks abroad, reported by nonbanking
business enterprises in the United States^

29,129

31,452

188,015
21,737
75,449
52,992
11,377
41,616
37,837

35,286

34,820

197,953
23,187
79,827
56,022
11,881
44,141
38,917

33,501

Nov.

,
,.

211,296
25,259
88,439
59,339
13,866
45,473
38,259

Dec.6

Jan.

Feb.

287,051

247,001

1 Total
2 Banks* own claims on foreigners
3
Foreign public borrowers
4
Own foreign offices^
5
Unaffiliated foreign banks .
6
Deposits
7
Other
8
AH other foreigners

Oct.

37,833

34,649

Mar.

Apr.

1982

1981
Sept.

198,357 200,518
24,171 24,596
81,174
80,863
55,100 56,405
12,167
12,695
42,933
43,710
37,913
38,655

319,309

198,091 209,239 251,082 256,206 266,938 277,803 288,792
31,302 33,511
26,710
33,931
25,739
34,142
35,373
96,647
84,651
96,603
79,033
98,437 101,913 107,241
58,899 74,134 76,631
56,092
83,120 87,791
90,968
14,112 23,012 24,150 26,367
13,596
29,217 29,792
51,123 52,480
42,496 44,787
58,574 61,175
56,753
49,462
37,227 38,979 48,999
55,212
51,451 53,957

9 Claims of banks' domestic customers3
10 Deposits
. .
1 1 Negotiable and readily transferable instruments4
12 Outstanding collections and other claims

35,704
992
25,297
9415

35,968
1,378
26,352
8,238

41,506
1,512
32,563
7,431

13 MEMO: Customer liability on acceptances

27,640

29,517

30,463

Dollar deposits in banks abroad, reported by nonbanking business
enterprises in the United States^

36,611

40,347

41,978

39,862

42,531

43,987

41,026

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

41,679

1982

May
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

June

July

Aug.

377,854

357,390

.

....

Dec.
393,642

301,871 316,266 324,347 329,318 340,301 334,783 336,551 353,733
38,211 40,035 40,655
41,708 42,670 42,429
42,296 44,601
109,105 115,481 114,851 119,099 126,367 117,329 118,060 127,275
97,123 102,067 109,080 109,402 111,693 114,464 115,123 119,327
34,212 36,941
40,751 41,151 40,932 42,165 41,227 43,012
70,761
62,910 65,126 68,329
68,250
72,299 73,896 76,315
59,762
57,433 58,683
59,110 59,570
60,561
61,073
62,530

9 Claims of banks' domestic customers**
10 Deposits
11 Negotiable and readily transferable instruments4
12 Outstanding collections and other claims

41,124
1,426
32,378
7,320

37,553
1,329
29,107
7,117

39,909
2,226
30,627
7,056

13 MEMO: Customer liability on acceptances

33,130

35,273

38,391

Dollar deposits in banks abroad, reported by nonbanking business
enterprises in the United States5

150




44,084

44,622

45,301

43,911

43,649

45,717

46,884

40,967

65. 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

1982

y orroweran area

Dec.

106,748 104,545

1 Total
By borrower
2 Maturity of 1 year or less2
3
Foreign public borrowers
4
All other foreigners

Sept.

Dec.1

108,124

117,642

122,509

153,879

174,639 200,596 213,223 225,853

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

..

By area
Maturity of 1 year or less2
Europe
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
All other3 .
....

82,555
9,974
72,581

80,796
10,534
70 262

84,291
10,768
73 523

92,158
11,752
80 406

94,991
12,978
82,013

115,849
15,099
100750

133,247
16,651
116 596

151 698
19 367
132 331

161 686
20,057
141 629

171 852
20999
150 852

24,193
10,152
14,041

23,749
10 216
13,533

23,833
10 416
13,417

25,484
11 175
14,309

27,518
12,562
14,956

38,030
15 650
22,380

41,392
16 809
24,582

48,898
20057
28 841

51,537
21 925
29612

54001
22 883
31 118

18 715
2,723
32,034
26,686
1,757

..

5 Maturity of over 1 year2 ,
6
Foreign public borrowers
7
All other foreigners

8
9
10
1]
12
13

June

Mar.^

17 260
2 385
30,792
28,009
1 624
726

19 073
2 836
31,641
28,382
1 624
735

21 163
3 318
33,600
31,509
1 768
801

23 023
3,959
35,616
29,295
2,324

27 914
4634
48,489
31,413
2,457

774

943

34 383
5 816
58,352
30,558
2 890
1,249

39 064
6 594
68 046
33,518
3 259
1 217

44 880
7 039
71,686
33,297
3 621
1,163

49 232
7 554
72 922
37,226
3 692
1,225

5 581
1 180
14,751
1 523
531
182

5 607
1 176
14,834
1 530
531
155

6 310
1 317
15,458
1 679
559
161

6422
1,347
17,478
1 550

8 094
1,774
25,089
1 907

548
172

899
267

8 256
1 858
27,660
2 250
1 056

9 244
2 340
32,919
2 479
1 295

10 510
1 955
34,020
3 088
1 328

11 559
1 923
35,121
3 168
1 491

312

622

635

740

640

2

14
15
16
17
18
19

Maturity of over 1 year
Europe
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
AH other3 .
..

5 118
1,448
15,075
1 865

507
179

66. Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies,
reported by banks in the United States*
Millions of dollars, end of period

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

..

3,748

3,260

3,121

2,845

2,675

3,523

4,030

4,513

4,575

4,751

..

4,206
2,507
1,699

4,194
1 ,696
2,498

4,109
1 ,779
2,330

3,513
2,050
1,463

3,876
2,409
1,467

4,980
3,398
1,582

5,300
3,532
1,768

5,895
3,565
2,329

6,337
3,429
2,908

7,689
4,241
3,448

962

444

347

248

971

944

921

506

676

Dec.
1 Banks* own liabilities
2 Banks' own claims
3 Deposits
4
Other claims

.
.

5 Claims of banks' domestic customers2 . . . .




19 82

1981

1980
Mar>

444

151

67. Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign holdings and transactions
Millions of dollars

1981

Country or area

Jan.

Year

May

Apr.

Mar.

Feb.

July

June

Aug.

Oct.

Sept.

Nov.

Dec.

68,482

70,416

70,249

1

Holdings (end of period)
1 Estimated total2

60,352

61,877

62,246

62,960

64,226

64,631

66,431

67,002

54,050

55,727

56,958

57,474

58,162

59,283

59,652

61,572

62,363

64,061

65,928

64,565

25,307

25,539

25,353

25,005

24,641

25,000

24,573

25,090

24,334

24,531

24,988

24,012

543
11,861
1,991
643
846
6,709

80
12,783
1,954
555
1,561
7,578

88
12,848
1,944
535
1,524
7,885

106
12,318
1,965
566
1,527
8,031

123
11,907
1,950
567
1,526
8,002

131
11,940
1,813
572
1,535
7,414

173
12,585
1,781
582
1,600
6,976

163
13,226
1,756
606
763
6,709

370
13,524
1,760
623
848
6,630

372
12,830
1,756
646
876
6,469

384
13,029
1,784
661
861
6,446

329
13,226
1,924
645
833
6,693

543
11,861
1,991
643
846
6,709

1,419
0

796
0

714
0

839
0

930
0

1,236
0

1,304
0

1,350
0

1,334
0

1,385
0

1,367
0

1,337
0

1,419
0

Canada

514

458

490

478

464

480

477

494

508

521

540

501

514

Latin America
Venezuela
Netherlands
Antilles
Other Latin
America and
Caribbean . . .

736
286

998
292

1,074
292

1,151
292

939
292

849
287

666
287

724
287

818
313

854
294

788
289

761
306

736
286

131

425

441

519

258

132

162

177

184

246

182

165

131

319

281

341

339

389

430

217

260

321

313

317

289

319

38,671
10,780

26,303
9,519

27,467
9,543

28,827
9,543

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

631
2

970
14

1,139
18

1,139
9

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

5,684
5,638

4,534
4,505

4,625
4,586

4,919
4,878

4,772
4,759

4,798
4,791

4,943
4,936

4,979
4,977

4,859
4,856

4,639
4,636

4,421
4,419

4,488
4,462

5,684
5,638

1

26

36

36

6

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

-167

70,249

58,584

2 Foreign countries . . . .

64,565
24,012

11

Europe2
Belgium- _
Luxembourg . .
2
Germany
Netherlands
Sweden
Switzerland2 . . . .
United Kingdom . .
Other Western
Europe
Eastern Europe . .

12
13
14
15

2

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

16

17
18

Asia
Japan

...

19
20

Africa
All other

....

21 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations . . . .
22
International . .
23
Latin American
regional

Transactions (net purchases, or sales ( — ), during period)
24 Total2

12,700

1,035

1,768

1,525

368

714

1,266

405

1,799

571

1,480

1,934

25 Foreign countries2 . . . .
26
Official institutions. .
27 Other foreign2

11,604
11,730
-127

1,088
865
223

1,677
1,404
274

1,230
1,084
146

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

1,868 -1,363
2,033
-787
-165
-576

28 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations . . . .

1,096

-53

91

295

-149

26

145

36

-120

-220

-217

66

1,196

11,156
-289

300
51

1,139
169

1,322
0

1,062
0

841
0

565
0

659
0

1,204
0

1,354
0

1,442
0

1,250
-102

17
-407

....

MEMO: Oil-exporting
countries
29 Middle East3
30 Africa4

152




67. Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign holdings and transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars

1982

Country or area

Jan.

Year

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

85,169

Holdings (end of period)1
1 Estimated total2 . . . .

85,169

71,535

73,853

75,865

77,319

77,890

78,253

79,674

80,487

82,157

83,860

84,667

2 Foreign countries2 . . . .

80,586

65,885

68,314

70,292

71,945

72,973

73,028

75,371

76,747

78,373

79,166

79,447

80,586

29,274

24,408

25,372

26,125

26,433

26,066

25,784

26,493

27,773

28,853

29,071

29,447

29,274

447
14,841
2,754
667
1,540
6,549

363
614
1 1 ,898 12,845
2,034
2,073
644
635
984
904
6,800
6,931

539
13,055
2,088
697
1,025
7,037

709
13,231
2,175
662
1,157
6,737

340
12,974
2,188
655
1,134
6,816

152
13,022
2,212
652
1,039
6,679

155
13,535
2,173
650
1,016
6,927

576
13,959
2,343
644
1,100
7,129

551
14,520
2,374
635
1,233
7,358

834
14,493
2,356
655
1,266
7,237

448
14,704
2,473
687
1,532
7,099

447
14,841
2,754
667
1,540
6,549

11

Europe2 . . . .
BelgiumLuxembourg . .
Germany 2
Netherlands
Sweden
Switzerland2 . . . .
United Kingdom . .
Other Western
Eu'rope
Eastern Europe . .

12

Canada

13
14
15

Latin America
Venezuela
Netherlands
Antilles
Other Latin
America and
Caribbean . . .

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

16

19
20

21 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations . . . .
22 International
23
Latin American
regional

1,685
0

1,762
0

1,959
0

2,028
0

2,038
0

2,023
0

2,183
0

2,230
0

2,505
0

2,476
0

533

499

458

473

506

410

446

353

428

482

552

602

1,076
188

721
286

728
286

760
286

886
306

938
296

910
253

848
229

1,166
222

1,204
221

1,086
204

1,231
172

1,076
188

232

113

104

103

196

204

224

217

333

211

225

300

232

656

321

337

370

383

437

432

402

611

771

657

759

656

39,700
10,844

41,310
11,022

42,531
11,203

43,729
11,381

45,037
11,396

45,493
11,137

47,156
11,289

47,139
11,247

47,668
11,410

48,288
11,396

48,079
11,314

49,502
11,578

77
55

Africa
All other . . .

1,540
0

49,502
11,578

Asia
Japan

1,514
0

602

17
18

2,476
0

519
3

400
5

401
17

403
22

405
21

405
26

405
23

305
12

178
43

178
61

77
62

77
55

4,583
4,186

5,650
5,603

5,539
5,493

5,573
5,529

5,374
5,278

4,917
4,823

5,225
5,123

4,303
4,167

3,740
3,629

3,784
3,558

4,694
4,417

5,220
4,939

4,583
4,186

-4

-4

-4

-4

-4

-4

-4

-4

-4

6

6

-4

Transactions (net purchases, or sales (-), during period)
24 Total2

14,920

1,286

2,318

2,013

1,454

571

362

1,421

813

1,670

1,703

808

502

16,021
14,529
1,487

1,320
841
478

2,429
2,348
80

1,978
1,325
653

1,654
791
862

1,028
1,476
-448

54
318
= 264

2,343
2,797
-455

1,376
369
1,006

1,627
1,526
101

792
641
151

281
231
50

1,139
1,866
-727

28 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations . . . . -1,096

-33

-no

35

-200

-457

309

-921

-562

43

910

527

-637

1,019
-112

1,373
-119

470
0

924
0

1,313
0

257
-100

173
-125

209
0

July

Aug.

Sept.

2

25 Foreign countries . . . .
26
Official institutions . .
27 Other foreign2 . . . . . .

MEMO: Oil-exporting
countries
29 Middle East3
30 Africa4

7,534
-552

906
2

907
2

-320
-100

303
0

68. Foreign official assets held at Federal Reserve Banks , 19821
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Assets
1 Deposits

...

Assets held in custody
2 U.S. Treasury securities2
3 Earmarked gold3




....

333

Feb.
416

Mar.
421

Apr.
966

May
308

June
585

982

347

396

Oct.
326

Nov.
386

Dec.
328

104,631 103,557 103,964 102,346 102,112 103,292 106,696 104,136 106,117 107,636 107,467 112,544
14,802 14,791 14,798 14,788 14,778 14,777 14,762 14,761 14,726 14,706 14,711 14,716

153

69. Foreign transactions in securities
Millions of dollars

1981

Transactions,
and area or country

May

Apr.

Mar.

Year

Jan.

40,686
34,856

3,419
2,798

2,723
2,313

3,965
3,319

4,030
3,306

5,830

621

410

646

5,803
3,662
900
-22
42
288
2,235
783

610
436
63
19
43
105
179
26

407
260
42
22
2
-24
221
91

638
613
110
30
12
145
309
105

-30
1,140
287
7
-46

101
63
-14
2
-5

-22
74
-2
0
7

27

12

17,304
12,252

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

Feb.

Oct.

Sept.

3,465
3,265

3,157
3,210

2,864
2,327

2,841
2,793

Nov.

Dec.

1,063

199

-54

537

1,059
587
56
18
57
9
391
119

191
120
49
-28
-41
-19
146
77

-48
75
30
-28
-28
3
84
-39

542
45
11
-48
-1
-67
134
44

9
223
71
1
-4

126
33
190
4
-1

-126
105
37
-1
-21

-51
-36
20
0
-17

8

10

4

9

2,044
1,243

1,511
743

898
669

1,939
1,451

537

801

768

229

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

-3
492
-I
0
-4

26
201
17
0
0

28
723
-105
0
0

22
362
9
0
0

27

-13

-1

42

2,694
2,497

2,942
2,742

....

47

197

200

54
46
21
6
13
-97
86
-47

207
110
-7
-4
28
0
96
7

199
176
5
-6
-73
75
171
8

...

-81
497
33
0
4

7
164
= 117
0
=2

54
46
-7
1
-3

-36
-24
74
0
1

17 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . .

-6

-5

-6

-10

1

1,931
856

1,198
921

1,340
1,085

1,176
1,203

1,099
1,308

1,207
1,038

488

1,075

277

255

-26

-209

168

472
179
10
151
0
20
4
-8

1,069
123
-5
66
0
22
14
23

278
176
-9
105
-2
22
45
2

243
5
4
64
-2
-23
-53
-12

-17
-96
5
43
13
7
-164
-35

-212
-112
4
67
9
10
-174
-29

172
154
7
52
3
=3
70
-2

9
192
29
0
0

12
359
-71
0
1

21
853
49
0
0

__ ^
81
24
0
0

7
252
-9
0
-1

-12
84
43
0
0

4
-72
-1
-1
-2

22
-62
60
0
—2

-18

16

7

-1

12

-10

3

-4

13
838
825

204
828
624

-40-130
601
635
641
765

54
707
654

-40 -254 -110 -1,957
1,082 1,023 1,553 2,298
1,121 1,277 1,663 4,256

-770
1,989
2,759

4,105
2,866

4,483
3,419

724

1,239

716
421
126
17
-2
75
197
233

1,229
772
395
-20
31
85
220
157

15
-95
0
-1
0

-26
91
3
-1
-5

3

8

1,562
873

1,400
863

5,052

689

4,991
1,371
11
848
70
108
196
-12

662
170
4
48
6
-24
126
7

132
3,465
44
-1
-7

3 Net purchases, or sales ( — ). .

BONDS

Aug.

U.S. corporate securities

STOCKS
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

61

2

18 Foreign purchases
19 Foreign sales

....
...

34 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . .

Foreign securities
35 Slocks, net purchases,
or sales ( — )
36
Foreign purchases
37
Foreign sales
38 Bonds, net purchases,
or sales ( — )
39 Foreign purchases .
40
Foreign sales

-247'
9,339
9,586

-194
775
969

-112
857
969

36 -155
872
907
837 1,062

59
902
843

-240
40 =121
1,144 1,316 1,712
1,384 1,276 1,832

-632
1,124
1,755

-212 -484
1,290 1,508
1,502 1,992

-681
1,514
2,194

20
701
682

1
717
716

....

-5,460
17,553
23,013

41 Net purchases, or sales (-),
of stocks and bonds . . . .

-5,707

-220

40

-314

-744

-176

-639

-622

-27

-50

-ISO -2,087

-716

-4,694
-728
-3,697

-279
-114
-3

23
91
77

-326
-150
-100

-753
-313
-267

-176
70
-395

-639
-56
-507

-676
136
-856

16
-70
-72

=64
83
=325

-323 -1,499
-49
-480
-205 -878

4
126
-166

69
-367
-55
84

51
-199
-10
-4

52
-179
-8
-9

-68
10
-17
-1

119
-246
-7
-39

-51
174
-3
29

-28
-113
-6
71

30
-10
130
194
3
1
1

49
-9
-119 -185
8
1
1
1
52

3
29
6
5

-1,012

59

17

12

9

0

0

-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 . . .

154



-69
138
- 2
-23
54

-43

14

173

69* Foreign transactions in securities—Continued
Millions of dollars

1982

Transactions,
and area or country

Year

Jan. | Feb. | Mar. Apr.

July 1 Aug.

Sept.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec.

U.S. corporate securities

STOCKS
41,902
37,948

1 Foreign purchases
2 Foreign sales

2,020 2,525 2,637 2,360 2,622 2,166 2,708
1,756 1,989 2,510 2,108 2,186 1,864 2,694

3,954

264

536

3,869
2,596
-143
333
-60
- 529
3,129
221

3 Net purchases, or sales (-). .
4 Foreign countries
5 Europe
6
France
7
Germany
8
Netherlands
9
Switzerland
10
United Kingdom
11 Canada
12 Latin America and
Caribbean
13 Middle East1
14 Other Asia
15 Africa
16 Other countries

261
230
0
15
3
40
168
-46

536
347
-6
17
38
- 33
318
20

304
- 13
368
51
246
40
2
0
1 3 1 - 1

17 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . .
BONDS

June

May

8

5 3

126

4,293
4,400

5,967
5,675

5,581
5,245

5,839
4,868

436

302

14

532

-107

292

336

971

429
306
-48
43
36
6
279
10

298
158
-25
11
23
- 85
225
1

8
302
0
20
0
- 34
309
-36

530
272
-7
-12
12
- 53
366
73

-110
-268
-43
-43
-62
-144
73
115

282
175
-30
47
-102
-118
435
5

325
69
-8
26
-24
-208
317
72

946
672
43
138
25
226
242
154

22
104
-21
1
27

25
73
39

121
101
-43
1
5

-82
134
-16
0
6

142
-98
22
0
35

54
9
112
2
7

39
-153
210
3
22

2

3

10

11

25

1,607 2,217 1,929 1,483 1,743 1,513 2,288 2,778
1 ,500 1 ,537 1 ,202 1 ,153 1 ,637 1 ,763 2,283 2,961

2,099
2,280

2,099
2,457

118
246
166
167
-51
33
42
29
1 - 9
- 60
- 66
222
176
-120
-7-

30
137
-6
1
6

0

252

3,183
2,650

19
53
84
61
4
-40
3
0
6
12

8

6

-69
-137
-55
3
1
6
0

6

4

6

2

21,631
20,480

946
778

929
930

20 Net purchases,, or sales(-) . .

1,151

168

-1

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

1,179
1,848
295
2,116
28
161
-903
25

154
144
15
88
2
19
3
29

10
16
14
104
0
8
- 102
15

160
-821
-23.
-19
7

17
-89
53
0
0

18 Foreign purchases
19 Foreign sales
.

. . . .

. . ..

34 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . .

- 28

14

107

681

727

622
488
20
396
14
46
59
46

687
700
46
500
11
48
91
23

356
244
23
115
5
12
67
21

-11
26
-8
15
-63
-69
126 -112
52
-29
=18
61
0 - 6 - 1 3
0
2
3
1
0

61
22
9
0

-250

5

-183

-181

-358

71 -113
186
-30
5 - 1 8
258
104
-4
0
-22
32
-65 - 109
1
4

40
-80
25
86
-10
-24
-180
2

-223
408
-17
187
-2
-4
225
-152

-190
-236
24
11
-4
-13
-327
10

-348
-158
146
43
-1
44
-461
-2

18
-78
-31
0
2

19
Ml
-47
0
5

-15
-435
-30
0
0

28
-20
28
0
0

-6
-177
-5
0
-1

35-136

-36

41

10

-10

330

113
165
12
224
17
15
- 103
29

-1 1

-6

59

40

-

106

18
-68
-66
0
1
0

- 26

Foreign securities
35 Stocks, net purchases,
or sales ( — )
36 Foreign purchases
37 Foreign sales

-1,340
7,170
8,511

38 Bonds, net purchases,
or sales ( — )
39 Foreign purchases
40 Foreign sales

-6,610
29,900
36,510

41 Net purchases, or sales ( — ),
of stocks and bonds . . . .

-7,950

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 . . .




-6,778
-2,436
-2,364

136
526
390

34
521
487

-67
385
452

-108 -116 -557
-48
1,226 1,535 2,555 2,205
1,334 1,650 3,112 2,253
29

-82

1 -142
128 -43
-161 -102

246
65
65
-1,851
-10
-54
-9-15
-1
-364
- 6 - 7

-1,172

28
696
668

28

60

-528
-551
94
-629

-115
-50
-86
117

-119
486
605

69
619
550

47
455
409

-65

-160
545
705

-308 -740 -272
706
772
927
1,014 1,512 1,199

435 -816 -701 -1,352 -1,140 -1,331
2,755 1,994 2,295 3,280 3,081 3,058
2,321 2,810 2,997 4,632 4,222 4,389

-458 -417
2,953 2,962
3,411 3,379

316 -747

-655 -1,341 -1,300 -1,639 -1,199

96
-47
63

-662 -1,143
-29 -128
-344 -677

-368
-410
-115

98
152
144
37
3
-126 -215
-62
122 -300
-5-17
-1
0
3
16
0 - 1 - 2
6

23

11
532
520

219

-379

7

49
- 65 - 268
-433
241 -283
17
1
0
2 9 -416
3

-198

-689

-809 -1,247 -1,168 -736
-271 -517 -572 -555
-298 -181
-7
-29

-491

-392

- 62
-536
4
5

-31

29
-195
4
10

47

155

70. Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States
Millions of dollars, end of period

1979

1980

1981

Type, and area or country
June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

18,064

19,237

19,318

22,226

22,229

15,018
3,046

15,760
3,477

15,943
3,375

18,481
3,745

18,668
3,560

7,523
5,223
2,300

8,117
5,848
2,270

8,671
6,018
2,652

8,609
6,090
2,519

11,330
8,528
2,802

11,755
9,095
2,660

9,910
4,591
5,320

9,947
4,437
5,510

10,566
4,546
6,020

10,709
4,684
6,025

10,896
4,993
5,903

10,474
4,985
5,489

9,100
811

9,171
776

9,742
825

9,853
856

9,953
943

9,574
900

4,665
338
175
497
829
170
2,477

4,955
371
193
520
796
174
2,729

5,580
433
347
657
816
233
2,925

5,454
428
360
557
799
224
2,955

6,481
479
327
582
681
354
3,923

6,230
548
324
498
565
315
3,866

532
1,514
404
81
18
516
121
72

478
1,846
513
83
22
722
101
70

641
1,668
456
2
25
714
101
72

648
1,763
436
1
20
708
108
74

964
3,136
964
1
23
1,452
99
81

1,096
3,520
1,217
1
19
1,458
97
85

804
726
31

818
740
26

757
683
31

712
618
37

723
644
38

880
766
73

4
1
4

11
1
10

10
1
15

11
1
21

11
1
15

6
1
23

...

3,709
137
467
545
227
316
1,080

3,805
118
503
544
288
392
1,015

4,139
133
485
724
245
468
1,133

4,191
109
501
686
276
458
1,047

4,402
90
582
679
219
499
1,209

3,937
83
558
640
247
390
994

...

924
1,325
69
32
203
21
257
301

795
1,291
4
47
228
20
271
211

670
1,310
26
107
151
37
311
210

681
1,402
8
114
156
12
366
293

888
1,300
8
75
111
35
367
319

827
1,345
1
121
84
16
466
253

2,991
583
1,014

3,052
684
900

3,206
533
1,028

3,032
625
944

3,034
802
890

3,095
810
955

728
384
233

742
382
263

875
498
367

1,006
633
396

817
517
456

830
523
440

Dec.
1 Total

17,433

.,

2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies

....

...

.

...

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

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

. . . .
....

...

....
.

,
. .

...

....

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

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

...

33
34
35
36
37
38
39

Commercial liabilities
Europe
Belgium-Luxembourg
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
....
United Kingdom

.

...
...
...

..

...
...

.

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*

156

...

...

40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47




...

...
.
,

Mar.

14,323
3,110

;

70. Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1981

19 82

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

21,933

23,608

22,480

22,393

20,965

21,440

21,795

18,536
3,397

20,377
3,230

18,758
3,722

19,623
2,770

18,182
2,783

18,324
3 116

18,696
3 099

11,911
9438
2,473

13,084
10 688
2,396

12,117
9,446
2,671

12,599
10627
1,972

10,028
8066
1,961

10707
8 399
2 308

10 253
8 178
2 075

10,022
4,538
5,484

10 524
4,430
6,094

10,363
4,720
5,643

9794
4,022
5,773

10,937
5,027
5,910

10 733
4,527
6,206

11 542
4 471
7,071

9,098
924

9,689
835

9,312
1,052

8,996
798

10,115
822

9,925
808

10 518
1 024

6401
571
451
451
775
342
3,684

7 968
507
929
430
664
465
4,800

6,819
471
709
491
748
715
3,559

7 883
605
924
503
755
707
4,282

5,947
518
581
439
517
661
3,084

6 389
494
672
446
759
670
3,212

6 152
502
635
422
702
653
3,061

...

978
3,634
1,272
1
20
1,538
98
91

977
3,293
1,019
6
20
1,398
107
90

958
3,356
1,279
7
22
1,241
102
98

914
3,333
1,095
6
27
1,469
67
97

758
2,805
1,003
7
24
1,044
83
100

702
2,969
933
14
28
981
85
104

685
2 683
866
23
28
992
121
114

....

869
750
53

814
696
51

957
792
75

455
293
63

502
340
66

631
424
67

718
527
70

5

o

3
0
24

2
0
12

3
0
11

3

o

4

24

3
1
29

13

12

3 983
73
558
617
225
380
1,029

3963
79
575
590
239
569
925

3,771
71
573
545
221
424
880

3,422
50
504
473
232
400
824

3,742
47
700
457
248
412
850

3,861
50
759
436
281
358
904

3 578
50
602
464
340
335
802

747
1,191
4
72
54
34
359
290

853
1,137
3
113
61
11
392
273

897
1,044
2
67
67
2
340
276

884
817
22
71
83
27
210
194

1,116
1,418
20
102
62
2
727
219

1,188
1,220
6
48
128
3
484
269

1,482
1,127
16
89
65
32
475
157

2,803
867
837

3,221
775
881

3,285
1,094
910

3,404
1,090
998

3,298
1,064
958

3,207
1,134
821

3,966
1,028
1,538

676
392
622

757
355
593

703
344
664

664
247
604

732
340
630

663
248
595

736
284
653

1 Total
2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies

...

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
•1 1

Payable in dollars .
..
Payable in foreign currencies

By area or country
Financial liabilities
1 2 Europe
13
Belgium- Luxembourg
14
France
15
Germany . . .
16
Netherlands
17
Switzerland . . .
18
United Kingdom

....
.....
....

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

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*
....

33
34
35
36
37
38
39

Commercial liabilities .
Europe
Belgium-Luxembourg . . .
France
Germany
.
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom
.

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 countries'

51
52
53

Africa
Oil-exporting countries2
All other*
...
..




..

..
...
.

.

.
...

.

o

157

71. Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States1
Millions of dollars, end of period

1980

1979

1981

Dec.
1 Total

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

16
17
18
19
20
21
22

29,311
3,052

29,277
3,114

28,553
3,331

31,528
2 955

34,662
3 071

18,398
12,858
1 1 ,936

19,464
13,910
12923

18,796
13,070
12,186

19 763
14,166
13 381

22 157
16,632
15 831

...

923

986

884

785

801

.

...

5,540
3,714
1,826

5,554
3,950
1,604

5,726
3,998
1,728

5,894
4,239
1,655

5,597
3,914
1 683

5,525
3,858
1 667

12 901
12,185

12900
12,214

13 595
12,835

13 455
12,730

14 720
13,960

15 576
14 716

716

686

759

725

759

860

12,447

12,438

13,093

12,989

14,233

454

462

14,973

502

466

487

602

6,179

5,905

5,914

21
283
305
39
89

5,699

6,069

6,092

32
111
409
53
73

23
298
195
55
96

17
399
168
48
41

145
298
230
51
54

170
366
213
61
75

....

31
32
33

5,099

4,863

4,932

4,640

4,987

4,895

...

5,003
6,312
2,773

5,023
7624
3,541

4,923
6993
3,127

4,809
6 865
2,864

6,638
8 611
3,993

30
163

34
128

5,036
7 811
3,477

?5
120

65
116

135
96

13
22

2 Oil

2609

2 414

2 375

2 755

3 427

157
143

168
134

177
139

192
128

208
137

161
131

601
199
16

617
226
18

659
246
16

758
338
20

607
189
20

594
207
17

258
49
44

251
40
43

243
35
65

231
29
68

208
26
32

186
27
36

4,922

4,833

4,920

4,724

202
727
593
298
272
901

5 544

5 869

209
703
531
347
353
940

259
669
526
297
434
911

230
710
571
289
339
994

233

277
906
625
347
462

859

874

912

939

914

2 879

3 004

3 306

3 402

21
197
645
16
708
343

19
135
657
11
844
350

3 766

19
133
696
9
947
395

53
81
712
17

21
108
861
34

1,004

1 102

1 064

388

410

443

3,451
1,177

3,446
1 262

3,637
1 196

3,446
1 140

3 522
1 052

765

717

835

835

825

3 795
1 314

551
130
240

517
114
225

569
118
251

669
135
275

653
153
321

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries2

34
35
36

Africa
Oil-exporting countries^
All other4

...

...

...

....
....

...

...

...

...

....

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 countries^
All other4

.

..

...

...

...

158

37,733

18,429
12,536
11,325
1,211

..

Canada . . . .
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
...
....
Venezuela




Mar.

34,482

..

By area or country
Financial claims
Europe
Belgium-Luxembourg
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

Commercial claims
Europe .
.
Belgium-Luxembourg
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

Dec.

31,834

...

...

Payable in dollars . . .
Payable in foreign currencies

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Sept.

32,391

....

1 1 Commercial claims
12 Trade receivables
13 Advance payments and other claims
14
15

June

32,364

28,096
3,203

2 Payable in dollars
.
3 Payable in foreign currencies

Mar.

31,299

..

....

...

1 129

599
318
354
929

1,191
1 054
3 853

15
170
800
15

928
679
143
327

71. Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1981

1982

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

35,672

30,203

1 Total

35,346

34,170

30,483

29,488

27,153

2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies

32 256
3,090

31 161
3,010

32,071
3,601

27,564
2,639

27 983
2,500

26 835
2,653

24 545
2608

By type
4 Financial claims
5
Deposits
6
Payable in dollars
7
Payable in foreign currencies

20,073
14 597
13 860

19,171
13 611
12 876

20,742
14688
14,057

17,748
12 730
12,267

18,360
13 603
13,229

16432
11 918
11 552

736

734

17,714
12 608
12 194

631

463

374

413

366

5,477
3,712
1 765

5,561
3,867
1 694

6,054
3,600
2,454

5,018
3,362
1,656

4,757
3,189
1 568

5 106
3,419
1 687

4 514
2,833
1 681

1 1 Commercial claims
12 Trade receivables
13
Advance payments and other claims

15 273
14,367

14 999
14,062

14,930
13,965

12,455
1 1 ,493

937

965

12 122
11,069
1 053

11 774
10,709
1 065

10 721
9752

906

14
15

14,684

14,417

14,414

1 1 ,935

11,565

11,222

582

516

520

557

10,160

589

552

561

5 025

4 584

4,515

4,506

4,661

4 728

4 524

174
301
125
52
63

26
205
314
48
43

43
285
224
50
57

16
375
197
79
53

13
313
148
56
63

16
305
174
52
60

10
129
168
30
84

3,795

3,749

3,839

4,365
8,312
3,845

4,322
7 630
3,366

4,199
6 783
3,137

8
9
10

Other financial claims .
Payable in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies

.

. . . .

Payable in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies

By area or country
Financial claims
16
Europe
17
Belgium-Luxembourg
18
France
19
Germany
20
Netherlands
21
Switzerland
22
United Kingdom
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

34
35
36

3,981

37
38
39
40
41
42
43

3,623

3,525

3,549

6,194
8 123
3,365

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

31
32
33

...

962

6,040
7 762
3,284

6,628
8,615
3,925

4,942
7,432
3,537

969

33
20

15
66

18
30

27
49

42
76

19
76

13
60

3 421

3 315

3,503

2,797

3,504

3 171

2 656

257
144

283
143

313
148

281
130

274
134

268
133

274
139

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries^

524
138
19

501
113
29

762
366
37

670
257
36

800
327
33

825
247
30

736
191
15

Africa
Oil-exporting countries^
All other4

170
39
•37

169
41
116

173
46
48

164
43
34

156
41
66

165
50
44

158
48
31

5,508

Commercial claims
Europe
Belgium-Luxembourg
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

...

5,378

5,359

4,381

4,273

4,164

220
767
582
308
404

234
776
557
303
427
969

246
698
452
227
354

178
646
427
278
258

1,062

211
636
392
297
384
905

3,658

235
785
584
308
474

152
465
341
364
328
765

967

943

713

666

635

3,479

2,925

2,787

2,772

2,376

12
223
668
12
424

80
212
417
23
762
396

30
225
423
10
750
383

19
154
481
7
869
373

21
259
252
9
672
342

3,086

3,104
1,157

1,068

1,034

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

1 016
3,826

1 017
3,734

29
208
824
34
421

18
241
726
13
985
456

52
53
54

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries^

3,813
1 241

3,700
1,129

3,914
1,244

3,155
1,160

3,323
1,213

937

829

901

757

806

968
775

55
56
57

Africa
Oil-exporting countries**
All other4

703
135
407

717
154
453

750
152
461

587
143
463

614
138
413

638
148
448




1,123

1,022

1,035

710
535
133
413

159

72. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks1
Millions of dollars, end of period

1981
Assets

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
1 Total, all currencies .
2 Claims on United States ,
3
Parent bank
4
Other
5 Claims on foreigners . .
6
Other branches of
parent bank
7
Banks
8
Public borrowers2 . . .
9
Nonbank foreigners . ,
10 Other assets
11 Total payable in
U.S. dollars
12 Claims on United States ,
13 Parent bank
14 Other
15 Claims on foreigners . . ,
16 Other branches of
parent bank
17 Banks
18 Public borrowers2 . .
19 Nonbank foreigners .
20 Other assets

402,731 406,323 416,755 415,485 418,798 424,736 434,906 435,007 450,234 444,654 462,810 462,790
29,537 31,925 30,482 34,519
20,676 21,370 19,121 23,086
8,861 10,555 11,361 11,433
355,264 356,227 367,706 362,458

38,645
28,012
10,633
361,142

35,217
24,311
10,906
370,434

43,074 41,533 46,369 41,554 44,562 63,743
30,994 29,782 32,249 26,833 26,540 43,267
12,080 11,751 14,120 14,721 18,022 20,476
372,606 374,143 384,407 383,463 397,825 378,899

75,981
147,714
28,033
103,536
17,930

76,106
150,445
27,810
106,781
19,011

79,714
156,310
27,876
106,534
19,085

82,106
156,190
28,732
105,578
19,226

75,744
149,570
28,336
102,577
18,171

78,940
153,817
28,980
105,969
18,567

76,786
151,210
28,381
106,081
18,508

83,154
153,960
29,274
107,755
19,331

84,610
159,650
29,931
110,216
19,458

83,574
156,852
30,215
112,822
19,637

89,248
161,527
30,185
116,865
20,423

87,821
150,708
28,197
112,173
20,148

295,853 300,334 307,684 310,088 314,271 322,077 332,407 330,539 343,067 336,839 348,953 350,678
28,281 30,662 29,297 33,306 37,403 33,963 41,873 40,250 45,116 40,370 43,279 62,142
20,384 21,108 18,901 22,839 27,709 24,041 30,742 29,490 31,991 26,639 26,355 42,721
7,897 9,554 10,396 10,467 9,694 9,922 11,131 10,760 13,125 13,731 16,924 19,421
257,909 259,709 268,156 266,252 265,851 276,954 279,003 278,690 286,367 284,590 293,690 276,882
58,998 58,003 61,027 59,458
119,339 121,290 124,297 123,216
23,303 23,600 24,138 23,869
56,269 56,816 58,694 59,709
9,663 9,963 10,231 10,530

58,596
123,298
23,277
60,680
11,017

62,609
129,650
23,558
61,137
11,160

64,718
128,872
24,337
61,076
11,531

65,475 66,278
126,153 131,521
24,414 24,713
62,648 63,855
11,599 11,584

65,850
127,949
25,203
65,588
11,879

69,932
131,578
25,125
67,055
11,984

69,398
122,055
22,877
62,552
11,654

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
25 Claims on foreigners . . .
26 Other branches of
parent bank
27 Banks
28
Public borrowers2 . . ,
29
Nonbank foreigners . ,
30 Other assets

9,315 11,823
7,729 9,128 9,159 8,518 10,382 9,650 9,130 9,995 11,167 9,668
5,162 7,885
5,279 6,387 6,265
5,766 7,666 7,098 6,167 7,189 7,842 6,351
3,325 3,317 4,153 3,938
2,450 2,741 2,894 2,752 2,716 2,552 2,963 2,806
132,077 131,426 132,797 130,062 130,200 134,092 133,626 134,034 137,056 137,879 145,889 138,888

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 35,523 35,654 34,704 34,834 35,914 37,035 38,035 39,117 38,799 41,476 41,367
59,624 59,623 59,742 57,934 57,611 60,261 59,639 58,362 58,986 59,307 63,044 56,315
7,112 7,305 7,463 7,490
6,624 6,630 6,920
6,848 6,720 6,811 6,822 6,665
30,541 29,650 30,481 30,576 31,035 31,106 30,130 30,972 31,841 32,468 33,906 33,716
6,327 6,518
5,762 5,960 6,121 5,997 6,058 5,962 6,018 6,132 5,873 6,068
101,848 103,754 104,533 102,336 104,959 108,854 107,961 109,008 113,014 112,064 117,454 115,188
7,306 8,673 8,755 8,080 9,932 9,160 8,628 9,552 10,703 9,201 8,811
5,222 6,325 6,236 5,715 7,611 7,059 6,110 7,128 7,779 6,299
5,110
2,084 2,348 2,519 2,365 2,321 2,101 2,518 2,424 2,924 2,902 3,701
91,442 91,990 92,493 91,018 91,632 96,230 95,832 95,887 98,611 98,934 104,741
28,786 28,984 29,087 28,466 28,527 29,725
43,587 43,451 43,379 42,467 42,786 45,631
4,818 4,932 5,189 5,096 4,967 5,123
14,251 14,623 14,838 14,989 15,352 15,751
3,100 3,091 3,285 3,238 3,395 3,464

30,789
44,488
5,176
15,379
3,501

11,246
7,721
3,525
99,850

31,710 32,845 32,698 34,905 35,439
42,957 43,605 43,345 46,463 40,703
5,006
5,281
5,485 5,500 5,595
16,214 16,880 17,406 17,873 18,113
3,569 3,700 3,929 3,902 4,092

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
5,528 6,733 7,331 7,565 7,020 7,335 8,154 7,828 9,524 10,024 12,244
100,822 101,281 106,052 105,081 104,197 108,477 110,584 109,888 113,048 110,781 113,486

51 Totall payable in
i
U.S. dollars

160



12,974 11,996 14,022 13,107 12,235 13,569
54,237 55,341 57,123 57,401 57,069 59,701
12,569 12,609 12,583 12,209 12,173 12,042
21,042 21,335 22,324 22,364 22,720 23,165
4,349 4,461 4,486 4,591 4,866 4,792

46,546
31,643
14,903
98,002

13,788 13,909 13,174 13,066 13,972 12,951
60,744 59,312 62,942 60,216 61,333 55,096
12,475 12,614 12,435 12,641 12,745 10,010
23,577 24,053 24,497 24,858 25,436 19,945
4,898 5,068 4,960 5,165 5,162 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

72. 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

402,731 406,323 416,755 415,485 418,798 424,736 434,906 435,007 450,234 444,654 462,810 462,790

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 90,782 99,273
38,748 36,497 43,559
13,649 13,959 14,584
40,119 40,326 41,130
294,508 299,880 301,197

105,535
45,325
15,551
44,659
293,297

105,206 109,322 118,093
41,039 44,327 43,069
16,301 16,136 17,578
47,866 48,859 57,446
296,599 298,169 299,240

116,190 124,096 120.039 128,084 137,712
44,010 48,592 45,909 49,385 56,289
15,686 17,657 16,464 16,663 19,197
56,494 57,847 57,666 62,036 62,226
300,081 306,785 305.040 316,232 305,630

74,978 75,368
134,467 136,369
28,975 28,627
56,088 59,516
15,707 15,661

76,099
129,751
28,050
59,397
16,653

75,768
133,754
27,479
59,598
16,993

80,972
125,582
28,209
65,318
18,736

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

77,154
134,749
29,390
59,904
16,285

79,011
131,876
26,316
60,966
17,245

81,367
129,310
25,682
62,881
17,573

83,314
127,816
28,715
6,4
690
19,353

82,019
128,595
27,685
66,741
19,575

87,812
132,130
24,696
71,594
18,494

86,396
124,906
25,997
68,331
19,448

307,315 311,537 319,167 322,029 326,067 334,053 345,596 343,351 355,030 349,602 360,971 364,390
89,849
37,052
13,475
39,322
207,840

88,353
34,982
13,757
39,614
212,906

96,799
42,011
14,432
40,356
211,747

103,208
43,830
15,381
43,997
207,510

102,971
39,604
16,175
47,192
211,915

106,740
42,822
15,945
47,973
215,931

115,481
41,620
17,391
56,470
218,178

113,526
42,481
15,529
55,516
217,239

58,561
90,268
21,869
37,142
9,626

58,214
92,536
21,901
40,255
10,278

59,973
88,142
22,762
40,870
10,621

59,217
86,541
21,453
40,299
11,311

59,061
89,922
21,355
41,577
11,181

62,270
89,931
20,853
42,877
11,382

64,864
88,574
20,108
44,632
11,937

64,319
83,861
22,056
47,003
12,586

121,130 117,362
46,766 44,170
17,479 16,313
56,885 56,879
221,090 219,818
66,234
84,692
22,836
47,328
12,810

65,141
84,611
21,948
48,118
12,422

125,121
47,456
16,564
61,101
224,610

134,645
54,437
18,883
61,325
217,602

69,542
84,808
18,911
51,349
11,240

69,299
79,594
20,288
48,421
12,143

United Kingdom
74 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

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
4,228 3,190 4,242 4,543 4,376 4,371 4,138 4,189 5,370 3,542 4,045 5,444
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 16,090
53,634 56,239
17,442 15,089
27,795 30,983
6,240
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
4,126
5,343
13,128
80,243

22,245 24,950
3,132 4,159
5,757 5,684
13,356 15,107
82,302 80,729

25,333 26,221
4,448
4,306
5,854
5,919
15,031 15,996
78,668 79,713

10,890
36,613
14,941
17,799
2,770

10,149 10,460 10,282 9,327
37,214 34,467 34,209 35,870
15,404 15,374 14,478 14,851
19,535 20,428 19,699 19,665
3,124 3,216
3,138
3,275

28,858 29,606
4,277
4,054
6,094
5,768
18,487 19,784
81,544 80,400

30,661
4,132
5,594
20,935
79,988

33,464
5,309
6,317
21,838
80,638

32,408
3,484
5,976
22,948
81,260

35,706
3,956
6,611
25,139
82,766

37,332
5,350
7,249
24,733
79,034

10,289
36,701
14,000
20,554
3,025

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

12,048
32,298
13,612
21,076
3,911

10,566
35,789
13,133
20,912
3,241

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




123,541 124,892 127,886 132,145 133,594 135,081 145,290 1 2 0 7 147,904 142,687 148,557 149,051
4,8
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
64,462

85,704
39,396
10,474
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

161

72, Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1982

Assets
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
1 Total, all currencies . . .
2 Claims on United States .
3 Parent bank
4 Other
5 Claims on foreigners .
6 Other branches of
parent bank . .
7 Banks
8 Public borrowers . .
9 Nonbank foreigners
10 Other assets
al pay
U.S. dollars

460,465 461,747 464,109 460,733 462,057 459,154 465,933 471,710 471,085 463,601 468,376 468,738
70,058 69,799 75,979
50,472 49,591 53,354
19,586 20,208 22,625
370,305 371,841 368,869

78,139
55,920
22,219
362,953

79,702
57,173
22,529
362,618

83,604
58,614
24,990
356,657

82,558 88,936
55,965 60,315
26,593 28,621
364,126 362,437

90,267 89,036 90,844 91,899
60,872 61,283 62,476 61,789
29,395 27,753 28,368 30,110
360,462 354,373 357,104 357,387

88,945 88,575 86,790 86,101 88,380
145,503 146,344 146,959 142,451 139,594
26,651 26,894 26,391 25,680 25,034
109,206 110,028 108,729 108,721 109,610
20,102 20,107 19,261 19,641 19,737

87,163
137,683
25,291
106,520
18,893

89,446
142,852
24,700
107,128
19,249

93,283
135,454
24,333
107,392
20,356

91,593
138,517
24,521
107,806
20,337

90,030
133,365
23,850
107,128
20,192

91,894
133,269
23,340
108,601
20,428

90,907
133,517
23,971
108,992
19,452

351,310 353,330 355,721 351,561 351,967 353,847 359,981 366,148 369,^46 361,804 363,483 361,167

12 Claims on United States
.....
13 Parent bank
............
14 Other
................
15 Claims on foreigners
.......
16 Other branches of
parent bank
........
17 Banks
................
18 Public borrowers
........
Nonbank foreigners
......
20 Other assets

68,505 68,243 74,460 76,635
49,889 48,997 52,765 55,464
18,616 19,246 21,695 21,171
270,610 272,973 269,494 263,027

21 Total, all currencies

157,892 162,351 161,471 159,481 161,036 158,466 164,106 164,523 167,189 164,582 165,687 161,067

22 Claims on United States
23 Parent bank
24 Other
25 Claims on foreigners
26 Other branches of
parent bank
27 Banks
28 Public borrowers
29 Nonbank foreigners
30 Other assets

13,935 15,884 16,343 17,676 20,155 20,744 23,962 27,031 27,534 27,829 28,677 27,354
10,264 12,044 12,446 13,750 15,854 16,768 19,680 22,730 22,970 23,717 24,278 23,017
3,897 3,926 4,301
3,840
3,976 4,282
4,301 4,564
4,112 4,399
4,337
3,671
137,953 140,197 139,292 135,634 134,845 131,860 133,964 130,814 132,746 129,913 130,666 127,694

78,096 82,037
56,688 58,117
21,408 23,920
261,928 260,530

80,915
55,286
25,629
267,267

87,328 88,613 87,316
59,634 60,207 60,538
27,694 28,406 26,778
266,420 268,253 261,896

88,971 90,179
61,662 61,133
27,309 29,046
261,701 258,958

71,937 72,041 70,317 69,337 70,725 70,386 72,488 74,252 77,470 74,032 74,759 73,303
117,069 118,199 117,315 113,667 110,900 110,274 115,072 111,712 110,591 107,448 106,636 106,014
21,193 21,523 20,645 20,183 19,592 19,957 19,306 19,043 18,984 18,659 18,187 18,301
60,411 61,210 61,217 59,840 60,711 59,913 60,401 61,413 61,208 61,757 62,119 61,340
12,195 12,114 11,767 11,899 11,943 11,280 11,799 12,400 12,880 12,592 12,811 12,030
United Kingdom

31 Total payable in
U.S. dollars
32 Claims on United States . . .
33 Parent bank
34 Other
35 Claims on foreigners
36 Other branches of
parent bank
37 Banks
38 Public borrowers
39 Nonbank foreigners
40 Other assets

41,468 40,935
56,164 57,975
7,249
7,370
33,072 33,917
6,004 6,270

41,186 39,811
56,940 55,545
6,822
7,541
33,625 33,456
5,836 6,171

39,621
54,674
6,663
33,887
6,036

37,696 37,250 36,937 40,385 37,013 38,319 37,000
54,727 56,428 53,582 52,203 52,568 51,414 50,757
6,086
6,286
6,456
6,157 6,170 6,240
6,595
409
32,842 33,830 3 , 0 34,072 34,115 34,763 33,697
5,862 6,180 6,678
6,909 6,840 6,344
6,019

116,870 121,432 120,432 117,914 119,586 120,002 125,247 126,344 131,129 127,517 128,863 123,740
13,438 15,391 15,842 17,182
10,098 11,881 12,293 13,623
3,340 3,510 3,549 3,559
99,473 101,861 100,500 96,595
35,875
40,610
5,423
17,565
3,959

19,608 20,256
15,663 16,599
3,657
3,945
95,926 95,857

23,421
19,451
3,970
97,699

35,697 36,055 34,240 33,922 32,567 32,007
049
42,453 40,732 40,070 39,593 4 , 7 42,515
5,467
5,360 4,717 4,507
4,655 4,513
18,244 18,353 17,568 17,904 18,156 18,664
4,180 4,090 4,137 4,052 3,889 4,127

26,514 26,919
22,496 22,758
4,018 4,161
95,293 99,008

27,255
23,478
3,777
95,269

28,093 26,761
24,035 22,756
4,058
4,005
95,870 92,228

31,414
40,321
4,336
19,222
4,537

32,243
39,077
4,251
19,698
4,993

33,154
38,310
4,281
20,125
490
,0

35,703
39,786
4,214
19,305
5,202

31,648
36,717
4,329
19,534
4,751

Bahamas and Caymans
41 Total, all currencies
42 Claims on United States . .
43 Parent bank
44 Other
45 Claims on foreigners
46 Other branches of
parent bank
47 Banks
48 Public borrowers
49 Nonbank foreigners . . .
50 Other assets
51 Total payable in
U.S. dollars

162




146,770 143,090 143,981 143,153 140,045 141,878 141,099 144,194 140,614 139,438 140,939 144,841
50,911 49,320 54,253
36,719 34,299 36,687
14,192 15,021 17,566
91,452 89,376 85,411

55,758
38,370
17,388
83,104

54,411
37,119
17,292
81,297

56,704 52,646
36,608 31,242
20,096 21,404
81,170 84,416

56,087
32,822
23,265
83,835

55,467
32,155
23,312
81,054

55,713
32,927
22,786
79,539

57,076 59,374
34,022 34,653
23,054 24,721
79,185 81,168

14,035 14,329 11,979 12,574 14,186 15,407 17,538 17,806 17,772 17,955 18,066
50,662 48,920 47,807 45,756 43,274 42,747 44,229 43,616 41,333 40,439 41,025
8,726
8,597
7,993
7,860
7,361 7,327 7,031
7,036
6,999 6,743
6,310
18,029 17,530 17,632 16,914 16,476 15,689 15,618 15,377 14,950 14,402 13,784
4,272 4,093 4,186 4,678
4,317 4,291
4,337 4 0 4 4,037
,0
4,407 4,394

18,720
42,419
6,411
13,618
4,299

141,632 138,078 138,934 138,052 135,134 136,910 135,619 138,771 136,077 134,607 135,648 139,290

72. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1982
Liabilities
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
52 Total, all currencies

460,465 461,747 464,109 460,733 462,057 459,154 465,933 471,710 471,085 463,601 468,376 468,738

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

144,422
56,262
19,906
68,254
296,395

145,802
55,654
22,675
67,473
296,361

151,083
58,982
24,451
67,650
293,560

153,352
57,163
26,022
70,167
287,180

156,385 160,947
56,503 59,235
27,685 29,534
72,197 72,178
284,570 278,721

164,538
60,973
31,555
72,010
281,849

167,661
64,419
32,425
70,817
283,954

170,430
67,028
33,763
69,639
280,450

169,312
64,102
32,607
72,603
274,222

171,762
66,254
31,764
73,744
276,287

176,779
73,408
33,401
69,970
272,164

85,637
118,558
25,166
67,034
19,648

84,271
119,007
24,625
68,458
19,584

85,575
117,112
23,039
67,834
19,466

84,150
111,712
22,340
68,978
20,201

85,630
107,397
22,703
68,840
21,102

86,802
106,016
20,239
68,792
19,546

92,202
103,466
20,004
68,282
20,095

93,753
99,966
20,527
66,204
20,205

91,658
98,259
19,440
64,865
20,067

91,270
98,209
21,095
65,713
20,327

91,824
96,622
19,614
64,104
19,795

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

84,542
105,206
19,914
69,059
19,486

364,242 367,288 369,704 366,925 368,544 369,380 376,129 381,898 385,440 377,121 379,142 378,455
141,378
54,152
19,779
67,447
210,881
69,134
74,329
19,979
47,439
11,983

142,811 148,004
53,606 56,885
22,464 24,210
66,741 66,909
213,036 210,253

150,216
55,070
25,685
69,461
204,997

153,222
54,508
27,270
71,444
202,529

69,490
73,174
18,120
49,469
11,447

68,045
69,291
17,491
50,170
11,712

68,538
66,611
17,900
49,480
12,793

68,261
76,148
19,322
49,305
11,441

157,717 161,250 164,403
57,174 58,958 62,369
29,198 31,224 32,162
71,345 71,068 69,872
200,262 203,767 205,709

167,534
65,114
33,508
68,912
206,553

166,377
62,191
32,362
71,824
199,297

168,291
63,963
31,428
72,900
198,938

173,304
71,086
33,036
69,182
393,933

75,344
63,959
15,672
50,734
11,786

78,499
62,535
16,607
48,912
11,353

76,237
59,782
15,253
48,025
11,447

74,621
58,829
16,774
48,714
11,913

74,593
57,300
15,055
46,985
11,218

68,516
65,821
15,373
50,552
11,401

70,429
66,520
15,737
51,081
11,112

United Kingdom
74 Total, all currencies

157,892 162,351 161,471 159,481 161,036 158,466 164,106 164,523 167,189 164,582 165,687 161,067

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

40,768 43,358 42,481 41,886 43,882 44,086 46,965
6,413 6,765 6,313 8,006 6,694 6,323 6,679
7,313 8,973 8,607 8,345 8,972 9,985 11,215
27,042 27,620 27,561 25,535 28,216 27,778 29,071
110,036 111,417 111,262 109,629 109,199 106,665 109,105

49,001
8,022
11,616
29,363
107,268

53,919
11,336
13,280
29,303
104,967

53,777
10,568
12,567
30,642
102,611

54,003
10,597
12,374
31,032
103,927

53,954
13,091
12,205
28,658
99,567

18,010
48,541
12,076
30,478
8,036

18,666
47,502
12,006
29,094
8,254

19,123
45,526
12,348
27,970
8,303

18,399
45,601
11,379
27,232
8,194

19,372
44,266
12,940
27,349
7,757

18,361
44,020
11,504
25,682
7,546

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

16,270
49,622
16,110
28,034
7,088

16,546
49,937
15,965
28,969
7,576

17,245
49,616
14,608
29,793
7,728

18,358
47,549
13,908
29,814
7,966

19,412
46,204
14,119
29,464
7,955

17,771
46,628
11,746
30,520
7,715

121,407 127,029 126,359 124,248 126,901 125,859 131,199 132,536 137,268 133,591 135,188 130,261
40,276 42,809 41,885 41,198 43,143 43,323 46,129
6,296 6,660 6,211 7,907 6,624 6,212 6,603
7,289 8,884 8,489 8,167 8,755 9,806 11,048
26,691 27,265 27,185 25,124 27,764 27,305 28,478
77,463 80,581 80,825 79,444 79,914 78,794 81,207
11,900
30,995
13,497
21,071
3,668

12,254
32,249
13,418
22,660
3,639

13,130
32,090
12,196
23,409
3,649

14,102
30,415
11,568
23,359
3,606

48,266
7.928
11,510
28,828
79,954

53,262
11,223
13,142
28,897
80,025

53,146
10,442
12,472
30,232
76,519

53,056
10,306
12,188
30,562
77,982

53,029
12,814
12,026
28,189
73,477

14,958 13,903 14,202 14,514 15,548 14,614 15,310 14,300
29,965 30,557 32,364 31,898 31,187 30,404 29,092 28,810
11,829 9,843 10,200 10,322 11,012 9,806 11,198 9,668
23,162 24,491 24,441 23,220 22,278 21,695 22,382 20,699
3,844 3,742 3,863 4,316 3,981 3,926 4,150 3,755
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




146,770 143,090 143,981 143,153 140,045 141,878 141,099 144,194 140,614 139,438 140,939 144,841
89,195
37,908
11,228
40,059
54,515

87,625
36,839
12,234
38,552
52,372

92,007
39,315
14,305
38,387
48,991

94,364
35,998
15,903
42,463
45,786

94,635
36,608
16,827
41,200
42,026

97,916
39,416
17,410
41,090
41,204

98,609
41,122
17,831
39,656
39,740

99,270
42,971
17,911
38,388
42,039

96,936
41,806
17,927
37,203
40,965

96,810
40,225
17,481
39,104
39,793

98,475
41,900
16,805
39,770
39,603

102,469
45,101
18,509
38,859
39,919

20,710 19,801 18,609 17,364 15,887 15,855 15,018 17,348 17,690 17,421 17,566 17,541
18,656 18,266 16,409 14,737 13,452 12,702 11,766 11,599 10,910 10,297 10,413 10,111
3,149 2,505 2,607 2,512 2,448 2,471 2,407 2,288 2,091 2,137 1,846 1,967
12,000 11,800 11,366 11,173 10,239 10,176 10,549 10,804 10,274 9,938 9,778 10,300
3,060 3,093 2,983 3,003 3,384 2,758 2,750 2,885 2,713 2,835 2,861 2,453
142,978 139,481 140,301 139,673 136,713 138,640 137,910 140,750 137,717 136,574 137,828 141,593

163

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
A. March 31, 19821
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item
Total
1 Total assets5
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 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 and corporations
1 8 Obligations of states and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
19
Other bonds, notes, debentures, and
corporate stock

New York

Call-

4
Branches4 Agencies Branches Agencies

Illinois,
branches

total 3

Other stat£ 2

s

Branches

Agencies

8,874

3,313

205
1
114
0

115
1
11
0

177,282

128,392

48,890

111,257

8,603

37,270

18,951
20
982
10

17,862
18
891
1

1,089
2
91
9

16,171
13
743
1

526
1
51
0

475
2
33
9

913

605

308

533

219

70

38

29

23

16,947

16,273

675

14,810

254

359

1,385

60

79

7 287

6,908

378

6,100

200

158

732

59

38

7,964
1,459
2
31
0

110

102

8

102

0

8

0

0

0

9,551
1,832
7,719
79

9,262
1,735
7,527
74

289
97
192
4

8,608
1,685
6,923
71

53
48
6
1

194
44
150
2

654
50
603
3

0
0
0
1

42
5
37
1

116,400

86,800

29,600

76,109

6,085

20,729

5,899

4,734
2 936

4,284
2,722

449
215

4,076
2651

284
171

167
46

177
45

28
23

2
0

477

440

38

429

22

17

5

5

0

97

93

4

74

1

1

19

0

2

4,551

3,028

1,224

1,030

193

923

90

104

107

0

0

20 Federal funds sold and securities purchased
under agreements to resell

6 886

5 183

1 703

4 876

952

741

163

133

21

By holder
Commercial banks in United States . . .
Others

6,386
500

4,762
421

1,624
79

4,504
373

876
76

738
3

116
47

131
1

21
0

6,859

5,157

1,702

4,872

952

741

140

133

21

218
6 64 f

200
4,957

18
1 684

78
4 795

6
946

7
734

2
139

121
12

5
15

27

26

1

4

0

1

22

0

0

111 857
191
111 665

82 640
125
82,515

29 217
66
29,150

72 142
110
72,031

5,815
14
5,801

20 613
51
20 562

5,734
12
5,722

4 525
2
4 523

3 028
2
3 026

21
22
23
24
25
26

By type
One-day maturity or continuing contract
Securities purchased under agreements
to resell
...
Other . .
Other securities purchased under
agreements to resell

27 Total loans gross
28
LESS; Unearned income on loans
29 EQUALS: Loans, net

164



73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
A. March 31, 19821—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item
Total
Total loans, gross, by category
30 Real estate loans
31 Loans to financial institutions
32
Commercial banks in United States . . .
33
U.S. branches and agencies of other
foreign banks
34
Other commercial banks
35
Banks in foreign countries
36
Foreign branches of U.S. banks . . . .
37
Other
38
Other financial institutions . .
39 Loans for purchasing or carrying
securities
40 Commercial and industrial loans
41
U S addressees (domicile) . .
42
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
43 Loans to individuals for household, family,
and other personal expenditures . . . .
44 All other loans
45
Loans to foreign governments and
official institutions . . .
46
Other
47 Lease financing receivables
48 All other assets
49
Customers' liability on acceptances
outstanding
50
U.S. addressees (domicile)
51
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
52
Net due from related banking
institutions 6
53 Other




Branches

4

New York
Agencies Branches

4

Agencies

California,
total3

Illinois,
branches

Other states2
Branches

Agencies

4,305
40,911
23,983

1,358
33,365
18,758

2,947
7,546
5,224

808
31,117
17,211

532
1,091
405

1,709
6,236
4,804

58
2,018
1,345

428
225
199

770
223
18

21,965
2,017
15,617
667
14,951
1,311

16,989
1,769
13,455
605
12,850
1,152

4,976
248
2,163
62
2,101
159

15,518
1,694
13,028
580
12,448
878

392
13
623
13
610
63

4,570
234
1,356
49
1,307
76

1,312
33
403
25
378
270

156
43
24
0
24
2

17
1
183
0
183
22

532
54,979
32,183
22,796

424
38,237
21,354
16,883

108
16,742
10,830
5,912

393
31,027
15,834
15,193

108
3,682
1,517
2,165

29
11,281
7,861
3,420

0
3,321
2,830
491

2
3,773
2,590
1,184

0
1,894
1,551
343

188
10,942

117
9,139

70
1,804

83
8,713

18
384

56
1,301

9
329

16
80

6
135

9,289
1,654

7,603
1,536

1,685
118

7,236
1,477

319
65

1,254
48

303
25

63
16

113
22

1
35,045

18,546

0
16,499

1
14,102

0
1,040

0
15,325

0
443

0
3,985

0
150

11,246
5,892
5,354

8,122
3,805
4,317

3,124
2,087
1,037

7,758
3,608
4,149

745
74
671

2,356
2,005
351

199
167
32

165
29
136

24
8
16

17,050
6,750

4,879
5,545

12,170
1,205

1,227
5,117

47
248

12,091
878

0
244

3,652
169

33
93

165

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
A. March 31, 19821—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item
54 Total liabilities5

New York

Cali-

4
Branches4 Agencies Branches Agencies

Total

Illinois,
branches

total 3

Other states2

„
.
Branches

.
Agencies

177,282

128,392

48,890

111,257

8,603

37,270

7,964

8,874

3,313

55 Total deposits and credit balances
56
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
57
U S addressees (domicile)
..
58
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
59
U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
60
All other
61
Foreign governments and official
institutions
62
Commercial banks in United States .
63
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
64
Other commercial banks in United
States
65
Banks in foreign countries
,.
66
Foreign branches of U.S. banks . .
67
Other banks in foreign countries . .
68
Certified and officers' checks,
travelers checks, and letters of
credit sold for cash . . .
....

61 176

57 334

3 842

49,821

813

2,695

1 607

5 793

448

28,696
24,067
4,630

27,347
23,984
3,363

1,350
1,266

20,648
17,602
3,045

182
51
132

869
78
791

959
780
179

5,637
5 543
94

401
12
389

74
32 405

74
29 913

0
2 492

19
29 153

0
631

2
1,824

2
646

52
104

0
47

4,477
7,436

4,128
6,724

349
712

4,052
6,347

90
87

240
627

50
358

25
12

20
5

5,053

4,610

442

4,377

51

387

233

0

4

2,384
19,713
2,672
17,040

2,114
18,540
2,397
16,143

270
1,173
276
897

1 ,970
18,268
2,331
15,938

36
225
80
144

240
917
197
740

125
217
64
153

12
53
0
53

1
13
1
12

779

522

258

486

229

21

21

14

8

69 Demand deposits . . .
... .
....
70 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations .
...
....
71
U S addressees (domicile)
72
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
73
U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
74
All other
75
Foreign governments and official
institutions
76
Commercial banks in United States .
77
U.S. branches and agencies
of other foreign banks
78
Other commercial banks in United
States
79
Banks in foreign countries
80
Certified and officers1 checks,
travelers checks, and letters of
credit sold for cash . . .
...

3,064

2,705

359

2,456

229

75

128

113

63

1,335

1,274

62

788

788

o

548

486

62

1 ,085
629
456

0
0
0

31
6
27

101
78
23

81
74
7

35
0
35

6
1,722

6
1,425

0
297

5
1 ,366

0
229

0
41

0
27

0
32

0
28

308
65

282
65

27
0

266
62

0
0

15
0

1
0

15
2

12
0

83

17

17

0

48

48

570

557

o

779

81 Time deposits
82
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
83
U.S. addressees (domicile)
84
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
85
U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
86
All other
87
Foreign governments and official
institutions .
....
...
88
Commercial banks in United States .
89
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
90
Other commercial banks in United
States
91
Banks in foreign countries
92 Savings deposits
93
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
..
94
U.S. addressees (domicile)
95
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
96
U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
97
All other

284

258

284

258

203
82

203
56

0
0

0

166




17

0

0

0

0

0

13

45
552

0
0

0
5

0
4

2
1

0
8

522

258

486

229

21

21

14

8

57 380

54 201

3 179

47 001

347

2 567

1 449

5 651

365

26 886
22,970
3,916

25 778
22,968
2,810

1 108

1,106

19 330
16,803
2,527

62
2
61

791
48
743

828
674
154

5 528
5,444
85

346
0
346

68
30,425

68
28,355

0
2,071

14
27,656

0
284

1
1,775

1
619

51
72

0
19

4,139
7,292

3,841
6,620

298
672

3,782
6,248

66
53

224
619

49
357

10
10

8
5

5,007

4,566

441

4,333

50

387

233

0

4

2 285
18,994

2 054
17,893

231
1,101

1 915
17,626

3
166

232
932

124
213

10
52

1
5

26

197

0

23

30

27

7

26
0
26

197
146
51

0
0
0

23
3
20

30
28
2

27
25
2

7
0
7

0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

o

2

o

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
A. March 31, 19821—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item

New York

California,
total3

Illinois,
branches

Other states2

4

Agencies

278

167

237

30

0

1

13

36
25
11

154
82
73

36
24
11

120
49
71

21
21
1

0
0
0

1
1
0

13
12
1

0
258

0
134

0
124

0
131

0
117

0
9

0
0

0
0

0
0

30
79

5
39

25
40

5
37

24
35

1
8

0
0

0
0

0
0

29

28

1

28

1

0

0

0

0

4

Agencies

449

170

191
107
84

Total

Branches

Branches

Branches

Agencies

98 Credit balances
99
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations . . . .
100
U S addressees (domicile)
101
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
102 U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
103 All other
104
Foreign governments and official
institutions . . . .
105
Commercial banks in United States .
106
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
107
Other commercial banks in United
States
108
Banks in foreign countries
109 Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreement to repurchase

50
149

11
90

39
59

9
90

33
59

8
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

18,175

1 1 ,420

6,755

10,248

1,805

4,178

883

271

791

By holder
Commercial banks in United States . . .
Others

15,545
2,630

9,918
1,502

5,628
1,128

8,790
1,458

1,476
329

4,036
142

839
44

271
0

134
657

17,021

10,417

6,604

9,256

1,698

4,133

872

271

791

1,480
15,541

1,376
9,041

104
6,500

1,190
8,066

12
1,687

93
4,041

63
809

122
149

0
791

1,154

1,002

151

992

107

44

10

0

0

116 Other liabilities for borrowed money . . . .
117
Owed to banks
118
U.S. addressees (domicile)
119
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
120 Owed to others
121
U S addressees (domicile)
122
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .

48,747
46,130
43,593
2,537
2,617
2,369
248

21,023
18,931
16,793
2,138
2,093
1,902
191

27,723
27,200
26,800
400
524
467
57

19,372
17,346
15,288
2,058
2,027
1,837
189

2,607
2,595
2,305
290
12
8
4

24,868
24,361
24,314
47
507
459
48

1,034
970
915
55
64
62
2

581
579
569
10
2
2
0

284
279
202
77
5
0
5

123 All other liabilities
124 Acceptances executed and outstanding .
125 Net due to related banking
institutions6
126
Other

49,184
12,423

38,615
9,176

10,570
3,246

31,817
8,821

3,377
111

5,529
2,436

4,441
190

2,229
165

1,791
40

32,427
4,335

25,895
3,543

6,532
792

19,781
3,214

2,457
148

2,510
584

4,093
158

1,899
165

1,687
64

43,081

41,629

1,453

34,577

7

1,189

1,352

5,617

338

28,388
14,693

27,304
14,325

1,084
368

20,895
13,682

0
7

841
349

817
535

5,528
89

307
31

26

17

10

5

0

5

5

6

6

296

282

14

222

0

9

28

30

8

1,681

1,581

100

1,322

0

109

22

204

25

4,646

3,213

1,432

2,945

25

1,405

11

257

3

70,770

66,652

4,118

61,321

4,068

64

4,877

439

2

8,806
7,219
10,162
7,900
2,262

8,585
4,188
8,024
6,216
1,809

221
3,031
2,138
1,685
453

5,214
3,593
7,171
5,736
1,435

38
499
375
214
161

3
2,470
1,169
953
216

237
356
457
245
212

3,132
233
380
219
161

181
67
611
533
77

2,283

2,174

109

2,128

43

63

47

0

2

110
11 1
112
113
1 14
115

By type
One-day maturity or continuing
contract
Securities sold under agreements to
repurchase
Other
Other securities sold under agreements
to repurchase

MEMO
127 Time deposits of $100,000 or more
128 Certificates of deposit (CDs) in
denominations of $100,000 or
more
129
Other
130 Savings deposits authorized for automatic
transfer and NOW accounts
131 Money market time certificates of $10,000
and less than $100,000 with
original maturities of 26 weeks . . . .
132 Time certificates of deposit in
denominations of $100,000 or more
with remaining maturity of more than
12 months
133 Acceptances refinanced with a U.S.chartered bank
134 Statutory or regulatory asset pledge
requirement
135 Statutory or regulatory asset maintenance
requirement
136 Commercial letters of credit
137 Standby letters of credit, total
138 U S addressees (domicile)
139 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
140 Standby letters of credit conveyed to others
through participations (included in
total standby letters of credit)




167

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
A. March 31, 1982l—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item
Total
141 Holdings of commercial paper included in
total gross loans
142 Holdings of acceptances included in total
commercial and industrial loans . . . .
143 Immediately available funds with a maturity
greater than one day (included in other
liabilities for borrowed money) . . . .
144 Gross due from related banking
institutions'*
145 U S addressees (domicile)
146
Branches and agencies in the United
States .
147
In the same state as reporter
148
In other states
149
U.S. banking subsidiaries7
150 Non-U.S, addressees (domicile)
151
Head office and non-U.S. branches
and agencies
152
Non-U.S. banking companies and
offices
6

153 Gross due to related banking institutions
154 U.S. addressees (domicile)
155
Branches and agencies in the United
States .
156
In the same state as reporter
157
In other states
158
U.S. banking subsidiaries7
159 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
160
Head office and non-U.S. branches
and agencies
161
Non-U.S. banking companies and
offices

162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170

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
Loans to banks in foreign countries
Total deposits and credit balances
Time CDs in denominations of $100,000
or more
Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreements to repurchase . . . .
Other liabilities for borrowed money . . . .

171 Number of reports filed8

168




Branches

4

New York
Agencies Branches

4

Agencies

California,
total3

Illinois,
branches

Other states2
Branches

Agencies

725

672

53

630

17

36

42

0

0

5,256

3,788

1,467

3,648

136

1,316

73

68

15

35,213

13,729

21,484

12,382

2,434

18,867

978

349

203

70,415
22,303

44,812
8,428

25,603
13,874

38,171
4,002

7,352
2,020

17,879
11,812

2,087
124

4,504
4,253

421
91

21,987
406
21,580
316
48,112

8,278
177
8,101
150
36,383

13,708
229
13,479
166
11,729

3,880
137
3,743
122
34,169

1,966
10
1,956
54
5,332

11,698
216
11,483
114
6,068

98
0
98
26
1,963

4,253
40
4,213
0
250

91
3
88
0
330

45,851

34,259

11,592

32,057

5,259

6,014

1,952

250

319

2,261

2,124

137

2,113

73

54

11

0

10

85,792
20,804

65,827
13,988

19,965
6,816

56,725
9,215

9,763
2,580

8,299
3,216

6,180
2,792

2,750
1,947

2,075
1,053

20,547
329
20,218
257
64,988

13,779
189
13,590
208
51,839

6,767
140
6,628
48
13,149

9,061
151
8,910
155
47,510

2,579
0
2,579
1
7,183

3,199
139
3,059
17
5,082

2,751
0
2,751
41
3,387

1,935
38
1,897
12
803

1,022
0
1,022
31
1,023

63,633

50,533

13,099

46,242

7,149

5,061

3,355

803

1,022

1,356

1,306

50

1,268

33

21

33

0

1

175,556

127,789

47,767

110,798

8,348

36,406

8,011

8,682

3,311

17,994

17,029

965

15,381

413

472

1,422

203

102

5,986
108,596
16,485
57,028

4,337
79,827
14,259
53,439

1,649
28,769
2,227
3,589

4,041
69,345
13,056
45,945

1,082
5,728
652
769

561
20,232
1,391
2,506

126
5,843
1,189
1,600

157
4,403
13
5,785

18
3,045
184
423

27,854

26,755

1,099

20,292

4

850

884

5,515

309

18,740
48,716

12,515
21,350

6,225
27,365

10,913
19,720

1,574
2,508

3,729
24,649

891
1,054

691
544

940
240

380

199

181

124

46

103

38

31

38

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
B. June 30, 19821
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item
Total
5

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 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 and corporations
18 Obligations of states and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
19 Other bonds, notes, debentures, and
corporate stock . . .

New York

Branches3 Agencies Branches3 Agencies

Callfornia
total4

Illinois,
branches

Other states2

_
Branches

Agencies

186,176

137,537

48,640

119,808

7,699

37,613

8,669

8,336

4,051

22 811
22
971
4

21,465
20
892
1

1,346
2
79
3

19 579
16
726
1

266
1
32
0

871
1
41
3

1 610
2
26
1

239
1
135
0

246
1
10
0

1 168

1,034

133

953

53

59

45

33

25

20,517

19,403

1,114

17,775

178

755

1,533

67

209

8,870

8,194

676

7,146

141

448

963

66

105

121

110

11

110

0

11

0

0

0

11,526
1,215
10,311
129

11 099
1,187
9,911
114

427
28
399
15

10,518
1,122
9,396
109

38
8
29
1

296
19
277
12

570
65
505
2

0
0
0
3

104
1
103
2

119,056

90,374

28,682

78,995

5,164

20,673

6,426

4,389

3,409

4 709
2 680

4 248
2 450

462
230

4 046
2 388

265
190

200
43

170
37

26
21

2
0

477

454

23

442

7

18

5

5

0

76

72

5

52

2

1

20

0

2

204

1,163

66

139

109

0

0

1 476

1 272

20 Federal funds sold and securities purchased
under agreements to resell

8,149

6,458

1,691

5,964

1,240

486

230

192

37

By holder
Commercial banks in United States . . .
Others

7,371
778

5,698
760

1,673
18

5,231
734

1,235
5

486
0

204
26

192
0

24
13

8,097

6,406

1,691

5,915

1,239

486

228

192

37

329
7,768

307
6,099

22
1,669

139
5,777

21
1,218

1
486

6
222

163
28

0
37

52

51

1

49

1

0

2

0

0

1 14 570
224
114,346

86 277
151
86,126

28 293
73
28,220

75 082
133
74,949

4,909
11
4,898

20,531
58
20,473

6 270
15
6,256

4,365
2
4,363

3,412
4
3,408

21
22
23
24
25
26

By type
One-day maturity or continuing contract .
Securities purchased under agreements
to resell
Other
Other securities purchased under
agreements to resell

27 Total loans gross
28
LESS: Unearned income on loans
29 EQUALS: Loans net . . . , . •




169

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
B. June 30, 1982'—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item
Total
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

Total loans, gross, by category
Real estate loans
Loans to financial institutions
,.
Commercial banks in United States . . .
U.S. branches and agencies of other
foreign banks . . .
Other commercial banks
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of U.S. banks . . . .
Other
Other financial institutions

39 Loans for purchasing or carrying
securities
40 Commercial and industrial loans
..
41 U.S. addressees (domicile)
42 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
43 Loans to individuals for household, family,
and other personal expenditures . . . .
44 All other loans
..
45 Loans to foreign governments and
official institutions
..
46 Other
47 Lease financing receivables
48 All other assets
49 Customers' liability on acceptances
outstanding
50
U S addressees (domicile)
..
51
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
52 Net due from related banking
institutions 6
53 Other

170



New York

Branches3 Agencies Branches3 Agencies

California,
total4

Illinois,
branches

Other states2
Branches

Agencies

4,720
40,610
22,126

2,018
33,380
17,443

2,701
7,229
4,683

1,407
30,747
15,724

12
1,151
355

1,765
5,861
4,337

57
2,379
1,479

476
224
221

1,002
248
8

20,576
1,550
17,002
1,553
15,449
1,482

16,174
1,269
14,659
1,450
13,209
1,279

4,401
282
2,344
103
2,240
203

14,519
1,205
14,036
1,414
12,623
986

321
34
655
46
609
140

4,079
259
1,490
63
1,427
33

1,464
16
610
26
584
290

185
36
2
0
2
1

8
1
209
4
205
31

541
55,340
31,335
24,004

505
38,971
21,351
17,620

36
16,369
9,984
6,385

443
31,578
15,550
16,027

36
3,271
933
2,338

60
1 1 ,474
7,907
3,567

0
3,468
2,958
510

2
3,557
2,505
1,052

0
1,992
1,482
511

206
13,154

149
11,253

56
1,901

109
10,797

11
429

49
1,322

8
358

20
87

B
161

10,877
2,277

9,061
2,192

1,816
85

8,671
2,126

407
23

1,283
39

326
32

55
32

135
25

I
36,160

1
19,240

0
16,920

1
15,270

0
1,030

0
15,582

0
403

0
3,516

0
359

11,301
5,618
5,684

7,933
3,355
4,578

3,368
2,263
1,106

7,609
3,226
4,383

784
50
734

2,562
2,214
348

130
94
36

184
27
157

33
7
26

18,277
6,582

5,874
5,433

12,403
1,149

2,665
4,996

57
189

12,122
898

0
274

3,194
139

238
87

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
B. June 30, 1982'— Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item

New York

Cali-

Branches3 Agencies

total4

3

Agencies

137,537

48,640

119,808

55 Total deposits and credit balances
56
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
57
U S addressees (domicile)
58
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
59
U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
60
All other
61
Foreign governments and official
institutions
62
Commercial banks in United States . . .
63
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
64
Other commercial banks in United
States
65
Banks in foreign countries . .
...
66
Foreign branches of U.S. banks . .
67
Other banks in foreign countries . .
68
Certified and officers' checks,
travelers checks, and letters of
credit sold for cash

71,161

65,690

5,471

57,895

1,136

29,997
23,055
6,942

28,410
22,979
5,431

1,587
1,511

21,896
16,876
5,020

239
41
198

72
41 092

72
37 208

0
3,884

20
35 979

5 070
10,218

4 708
8,820

362
1,397

6,650

5 806

3,568
25,184
4,020
21,164

Branches

Total
54 Total liabilities5

186,176

37,613

8,669

3,687
847
85
762

0
897

4 601
8,226

844

3,014
23,161
3,599
19,562

621

69 Demand deposits
70
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
71
U S addressees (domicile)
71
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
73
U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
74
All other
75
Foreign governments and official
institutions
...
76
Commercial banks in United States . . .
77
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
78
Other commercial banks in United
States
79
Banks in foreign countries .
80
Certified and officers* checks,
travelers checks, and letters of
credit sold for cash
81 Time deposits
82
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
83
U.S. addressees (domicile)
84
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
85
U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
86
All other
87
Foreign governments and official
institutions
88
Commercial banks in United States . . .
89
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
90
Other commercial banks in United
States
. . . .
91
Banks in foreign countries
92 Savings deposits
....
93
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
94
U S addressees (domicile)
95
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
96
U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
97
All other




7,699

Illinois,
branches

Other states2

Branches

Agencies

8,336

4,051

2,050

5,595

798

897
692
205

5,484
5 347
137

634
14
619

2
2 838

1
1 152

50
61

0
165

101
188

261
1,184

90
572

17
17

0
31

5,425

83

757

376

5

4

553
2,023
421
1,602

2,800
22,663
3,556
19,107

105
549
118
432

427
1 ,367
294
1,074

196
473
36
437

12
14
7
8

27
116
9
107

519

102

489

59

26

17

13

17

3,294

3,103

191

2,862

59

67

105

127

74

1,513

1,452

968

968

61
0

545

484

61

1 ,266
793
473

0
0
0

28
7
21

83
80
3

95
88
7

41
0
41

9
1,773

9
1,643

0
129

7
1 ,590

0
59

1
39

0
21

1
31

0
32

411

402

9

82

82

0

385
79

0
0

9
0

1
1

17
2

0
0

77

28

28

0

28

0

0

0

0

0

54

54

0

659

640

19

51
637

0
0

0
4

1
2

2
0

0
15

621

519

102

489

59

26

17

13

17

67,141

62,123

5,018

54,631

885

3,568

1,915

5,441

701

27 993
21,753
6,240

26 631
21,752
4,879

1,362
1
1,361

20 365
15,880
4,485

139
1
138

773
53
720

785
584
200

5 362
5,234
128

569
0
569

64
39,085

64
35,428

0
3,656

13
34,252

0
746

1
2,794

0
1,131

49
30

0
132

4,631
10,090

4 301
8,718

331
1,371

4,212
8,127

79
166

251
1,180

89
570

0
16

0
31

6,617

5 773

844

5,393

83

757

375

5

4

3,473
24,364

2,945
22,409

528
1,954

2,734
21,914

84
501

423
1,363

195
471

11
14

27
101

278

252

26

192

0

24

29

26

8

278
198

252
198

26
0

80

54

26

192
144
47

0
0
0

24
3
20

29
27
2

26
23
2

8
0
8

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

171

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks- -Continued
B. June 30, 19821—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states3

Item

Branches

Total
98 Credit balances
99
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
100
U S addressees (domicile)
101
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
102 U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
103 All other
....
104
Foreign governments and official
institutions
. ..
105
Commercial banks in United States . . .
106
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
....
107
Other commercial banks in United
States
....
108
Banks in foreign countries
109 Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreements to repurchase . . . .
By holder
Commercial banks in United States . . .
Others

110
11 1
112
113
114
1 15

By type
One-day maturity or continuing
contract .
Securities sold under agreements to
repurchase
....
Other
Other securities sold under agreements
to repurchase

1 16 Other liabilities for borrowed money
1 1 7 Owed to banks
118
U.S. addressees (domicile)
119
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
120 Owed to others
121
U.S. addressees (domicile)
122
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)

....
....
....
....
....

123 All other liabilities
....
124 Acceptances executed and outstanding. . .
125 Net due to related banking
institutions'*
126 Other
MEMO
127 Time deposits of $100,000 or more
128 Certificates of deposit (CDs) in
denominations of $100,000 or
more
129 Other
130 Savings deposits authorized for automatic
transfer and NOW accounts
131 Money market time certificates of $10,000
and less than $100,000 with original
maturities of 26 weeks
132 Time certificates of deposit in
denominations of $100,000 or more
with remaining maturity of more than
12 months
133 Acceptances refinanced with a U.Schartered bank
134 Statutory or regulatory asset pledge
requirement . . .
....
135 Statutory or regulatory asset maintenance
requirement
136 Commercial letters of credit
137 Standby letters of credit total
138
U.S. addressees (domicile)
....
139 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
140 Standby letters of credit conveyed to others
through participations (included in
total standby letters of credit)

172



3

New York
Agencies Branches

3

Agencies

California,
total4

Illinois,
branches

Other states2
Branches

Agencies

447

211

236

210

192

29

0

1

16

213
136
77

75
61
14

138
75
63

73
59
14

100
40
60

23
22
2

0
0
0

1
1
0

15
14
1

0
234

0
137

0
98

0
137

0
92

0
6

0
0

0
0

0
0

27
46

5
20

23
26

5
20

21
22

1
4

0
0

0
0

0
0

5

5

0

5

0

0

0

0

0

41
161

16
112

26
49

16
112

21
49

4
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

17,908

11,158

6,750

9,851

1,940

3,697

989

232

1,198

15,198
2,710

9,755
1,403

5,443
1,306

8,481
1,370

1,566
374

3,613
85

957
32

231
0

350
848

16,727

10,124

6,603

8,850

1,845

3,645

957

232

1,198

940
15,788

778
9,346

162
6,441

652
8,198

54
1,791

108
3,538

10
947

115
116

0
1,198

1,180

1,033

147

1,001

95

52

32

0

0

47,782
45,214
43,247
1,967
2,568
2,145
423

21,192
19,297
17,693
1,603
1,896
1,583
312

26,590
25,917
25,554
364
672
562
111

19,440
17,608
16,115
1,493
1,832
1,523
309

1,636
1,604
1,481
123
32
3
29

24,655
24,022
23,882
140
633
559
74

928
891
854
37
37
35
2

731
705
656
48
26
25
1

391
384
259
125
7
0
7

49,326
13,239

39,497
9,665

9,829
3,574

32,622
9,339

2,987
812

5,573
2,739

4,702
132

1,778
183

1,664
34

32,118
3,969

26,597
3,236

5,522
733

20,438
2,844

2,071
104

2,259
575

4,406
165

1,378
217

1 ,566
64

54,902

50,848

4,054

43,607

19

3,513

1,707

5,401

655

28,259
26,643

26,995
23,853

1,264
2,790

20,486
23,121

19

879
2,633

1,108
598

5,316
85

468
186

27

17

10

4

0

4

5

6

7

2

2

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

2,431

2,363

68

2,116

0

11

30

214

59

4,608

3,488

1,119

3,164

40

1,064

26

298

15

78,418

75,281

3,137

69,553

3,088

67

5,668

40

2

9,699
6,763
10,881
8,691
2,190

9,319
4,098
8,863
7,072
1,791

380
2,665
2,017
1,619
399

5,284
3,603
7,837
6,341
1,496

46
396
347
198
149

2
2,201
1,181
970
211

263
293
442
303
139

3,772
193
393
275
118

332
77
680
603
77

2,110

2,008

102

1,993

23

78

14

0

2

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
B. June 30, 1982l— Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item
Total
141 Holdings of commercial paper included in
total gross loans
142 Holdings of acceptances included in total
commercial and industrial loans . . . .
143 Immediately available funds with a maturity
greater than one day (included in other
liabilities for borrowed money) . . . .
144 Gross due from related banking
institutions 6
145 U.S. addressees (domicile)
146
Branches and agencies in the United
States
147
In the same state as reporter
148
In other states
149
U.S. banking subsidiaries7
150 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
151
Head office and non-U.S. branches
and agencies
152
Non-U.S. banking companies and
offices
153 Gross due to related banking institutions6
154 U S addressees (domicile)
155
Branches and agencies in the United
States
156
In the same state as reporter
157
In other states
158
U.S. banking subsidiaries7
159 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
160 Head office and non-U.S. branches and
agencies
161
Non-U.S. banking companies and
offices
Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar
month) ending with report date
162 Total assets
163 Cash and due from depository
institutions
164 Federal funds sold and securities purchased
under agreements to resell
165 Total loans
166 Loans to banks in foreign countries
167 Total deposits and credit balances
168 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000 or
more
169 Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreements to repurchase . . . .
170 Other liabilities for borrowed money . . . .
171 Number of reports filed 8




Branches

3

New York
Agencies Branches

3

Agencies

California,
total4

Illinois,
branches

Other states2
Branches

Agencies

655

605

50

567

10

40

38

0

0

5,089

3,782

1,308

3,687

89

1,177

61

33

41

33,729

12,560

21,169

11,106

1,399

19,609

880

500

235

77,754
22,268

53,630
9,152

24,124
13,116

46,228
4,587

5,295
1,644

18,141
11,276

2,678
175

4,611
4,302

802
283

21,896
645
21,251
372
55,486

8,954
271
8,683
198
44,478

12,942
374
12,568
174
11,009

4,417
230
4,188
170
41,641

1,591
12
1,579
54
3,651

11,156
355
10,801
120
6,864

147
0
147
28
2,503

4,302
41
4,261
0
309

283
7
276
0
519

53,299

42,472

10,826

39,681

3,626

6,725

2,485

282

499

2,188
91,596
21,309

2,005
74,353
15,236

182
17,243
6,072

1,960
64,001
9,955

24
7,309
2,405

140
8,277
2,969

18
7,084
2,975

27
2,794
2,088

19
2,130
917

21,020
407
20,613
289
70,287

15,007
115
14,892
230
59,116

6,013
292
5,721
59
11,171

9,792
76
9,716
163
54,046

2,404
0
2,404
0
4,904

2,944
292
2,653
25
5,308

2,912
0
2,912
63
4,109

2,086
39
2,047
2
706

881
0
881
36
1,213

68,592

57,531

11,061

52,492

4,843

5,262

4,103

689

1,203

1,695

1,586

109

1,554

61

46

6

17

9

178,833

130,616

48,216

113,361

7,375

37,592

8,578

8,003

3,924

19,196

18,025

1,171

16,373

264

776

1,401

218

164

6,473
111,131
16,656
66,510

4,915
83,101
14,381
61,593

1,558
28,030
2,275
4,917

4,620
72,168
13,696
54,069

1,118
4,749
623
1,054

424
20,528
1,455
3,339

149
6,087
673
1,996

131
4,291
2
5,387

30
3,309
207
665

27,435

26,250

1,185

20,027

1

839

1,033

5,104

431

16,790
46,242

10,196
20,144

6,593
26,097

8,992
18,506

1,588
1,634

3,951
24,146

946
880

238
685

1,074
390

387

205

182

127

45

105

38

31

41

173

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
C. September 30, 19821
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item
Total
5

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 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 and corporations
18 Obligations of states and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
19
Other bonds, notes, debentures, and
corporate stock

Branches

3

New York
Agencies Branches

Cali-

3

Agencies

total

Other state§2

Illinois,

4

Branches

Agencies

204,074

150,547

53,527

132,508

7,283

42,358

9,625

7,600

4,701

29,832
22
1,117
3

27,634
19
1,004
0

2,198
2
113
3

25,575
16
857
0

425
1
68
0

1,503
1
41
3

1 ,807
2
31
0

203
1
108
0

320
1
13
0

1 067

928

138

869

48

67

24

32

26

27,536

25,600

1,936

23,758

307

1,387

1,746

58

279

13,142

1 1 ,937

1,205

10,793

262

774

1,061

56

197

139

138

1

138

0

1

0

0

0

14,254
1,623
12,631
88

13,525
1,613
11,912
82

729
10
719
6

12,827
1,554
11,273
75

45
3
42
1

612
6
606
4

686
58
627
4

2
0
2
3

82
1
81
1

130,181

98,575

31,606

86,379

4,947

23,483

7,237

4,906
2,656

4,506
2,546

400
110

4,294
2,479

155
71

250
42

176
43

28
21

2
0

502

482

20

473

4

20

0

5

1

'l

1

4,261

3,874

71

67

3

50

16

1

2

1,678

1,411

267

1,292

80

188

118

0

0

20 Federal funds sold and securities purchased
under agreements to resell

5,060

3,881

1,179

3,661

642

468

127

86

77

By holder
Commercial banks in United States . . .
Others

4,373
687

3,273
608

1,100
79

3,085
576

604
38

468
0

94
33

86
0

36
41

4,943

3,765

1,179

3,547

641

468

125

86

77

191
3 574

3
1 176

116
3 43 1

2
639

0
468

0
125

75
11

0
77

21
22
23
24
25
26

By type
One-day maturity or continuing
contract
Securities purchased under
agreements to resell
Other .
Other securities purchased under
agreements to resell

27 Total loans gross
28
LESS: Unearned income on loans
29 EQUALS: Loans net
... .

174



194
4,750
117

116

1

114

1

0

2

0

0

125 477
204
125 274

94 207
139
94068

31 271
65
31 206

82 209
125
82 084

4 803
12
4 792

23 282
49
23 233

7 071
11
7 060

4 235
2
4 233

3 877
5
3 872

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
C September 30, 1982l— Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item
Total
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

Total loans, gross, by category
Real estate loans
..
Loans to financial institutions
Commercial banks in United States . . .
U.S. branches and agencies of other
foreign banks
Other commercial banks
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of U.S. banks . . . .
Other
Other financial institutions

39 Loans for purchasing or carrying
securities .
40 Commercial and industrial loans
41
U.S. addressees (domicile)
42 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
43 Loans to individuals for household, family,
and other personal expenditures . . . .
44 All other loans
45
Loans to foreign governments and
official institutions
46 Other
47 Lease financing receivables
48 All other assets
49
Customers' liability on acceptances
outstanding
50
U.S. addressees (domicile)
51
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
52
Net due from related banking
institutions6
53 Other




New York

Branches3 Agencies Branches3 Agencies

California,
total4

Illinois,
branches

Other states2
Branches

Agencies

4,907
47,917
27,719

2,151
38,423
21,513

2,756
9,494
6,206

1,412
35,388
19,523

12
1,094
336

1,919
8,118
5,883

59
2,789
1,766

568
193
184

936
335
26

25,924
1,795
18,867
988
17,879
1,331

20,162
1,351
15,826
846
14,980
1,084

5,761
445
3,041
142
2,899
247

18,291
1,232
15,039
791
14,248
826

243
94
631
66
565
128

5,531
352
2,133
81
2,052
101

1,687
79
766
45
721
257

166
18
8
0
8
1

6
20
290
5
285
18

829
57,322
33,896
23,426

721
40,682
23,218
17,465

108
16,640
10,679
5,961

649
33,094
17,160
15,934

108
2,977
957
2,020

72
11,748
8,359
3,390

0
3,810
3,254
557

1
3,342
2,422
920

0
2,351
1,745
606

208
14,293

141
12,088

67
2,205

108
11,559

13
599

50
1,375

8
405

20
110

9
246

12,031
2,262

9,937
2,151

2,094
111

9,478
2,080

543
55

1,339
35

375
30

72
38

223
23

1
39,001

1
20,458

0
18,543

1
16,893

0
1,270

0
16,903

0
455

0
3,051

0
430

11,258
5,375
5,883

8,136
3,159
4,977

3,122
2,216
906

7,762
2,981
4,781

601
58
542

2,464
2,160
305

162
131
31

187
32
155

81
13
68

21,002
6,741

6,847
5,475

14,155
1,266

4,097
5,033

431
238

13,484
955

0
293

2,749
114

240
109

175

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
C. September 30, 19821—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item

Branches

Total
54 Total liabilities5

204,074

3

New York
Agencies Branches

Cali-

3

Agencies

total

Illinois,
branches

4

150,547

53,527

132,508

7,283

42,358

9,625

70,235

2,064

5,498

Other states2

_
Branches

,
Agencies

7,600

4,701
1,023

55 Total deposits and credit balances
56
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
...
57
U.S. addressees (domicile)
58
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
59
U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
60
All other
61
Foreign governments and official
institutions
...
62
Commercial banks in United States . .
63
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
64
Other commercial banks in United
States
65
Banks in foreign countries
66
Foreign branches of U.S. banks . .
67
Other banks in foreign countries . .
68
Certified and officers' checks,
travelers checks, and letters of
credit sold for cash
...

86,075

77,697

8,378

2,389

4,867

34,860
26,130
8,730

32,825
26,059
6,766

2,036
71
1,964

26,750
20,402
6,347

476
40
436

924
128
795

1,163
938
225

4,732
4,611
121

816
11
805

100
51,114

100
44,772

0
6,343

37
43,448

0
1,587

1
4,573

1
1,225

61
74

0
207

5,652
16,731

4,889
14,388

763
2,343

4,833
13,743

496
409

264
1,866

33
601

23
32

3
80

11,693

10,055

1,638

9,600

211

1,398

433

19

32

5,038
28,058
3,959
24,099

4,333
24,918
3,393
21,525

705
3,140
566
2,573

4,143
24,324
3,281
21,044

198
620
186
434

468
2,417
362
2,054

167
576
112
464

13
8
0
8

48
113
18
95

674

576

97

547

62

27

15

'12

11

69 Demand deposits
...
70 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
...
71
U.S. addressees (domicile)
72
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
73 U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
74
All other
75
Foreign governments and official
institutions
76
Commercial banks in United States . . .
77
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
78
Other commercial banks in United
States
79
Banks in foreign countries
80
Certified and officers' checks,
travelers checks, and letters of
credit sold for cash

3,374

3,182

192

2,935

62

71

100

137

69

1,625
1,013
612

1,554
1,013
541

71
0
71

1,373
846
526

0
0
0

30
6
24

79
76
3

95
84
11

48
0
48

13
1,735

13
1,615

0
121

7
1,556

0
62

0
40

0
20

6
36

0
21

302
115

293
115

9
0

269
114

0
0

8
0

1
0

23
1

1
0

43

43

0

43

0

0

0

0

0

72
644

72
630

0
14

71
626

0
0

0
5

0
3

1
1

0
9

674

576

97

547

62

27

15

12

11

81 Time deposits
82
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
83
U.S. addressees (domicile)
84
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
85 U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
86 All other
87
Foreign governments and official
institutions
...
88
Commercial "banks in United States . . .
89
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
90
Other commercial banks in United
States
91
Banks in foreign countries

82,031

74,112

7,919

66,963

1,804

5,377

2,258

4,700

929

32,772
24,817
7,955

30,971
24,817
6,154

1,801
0
1,801

25,143
19,386
5,757

379
0
379

845
99
746

1,053
833
220

4,608
4,500
108

744
0
744

87
49,172

87
43,054

0
6,118

30
41,790

0
1,424

1
4,531

0
1,204

55
38

0
185

5,330
16,560

4,592
14,265

739
2,295

4,560
13,621

483
363

254
1,865

32
600

0
31

2
80

11,650

10,012

1,637

9,557

211

1,398

433

19

32

4,91!
27,282

4,253
24,198

658
3,084

4,064
23,608

153
578

467
2,412

167
573

12
7

48
104

92 Savings deposits
..
...
93
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
94
U.S. addressees (domicile)
. ...
95
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
96
U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
97
All other

176



287

256

31

193

0

25

31

26

12

287
201
86

256
201
55

31
0
31

193
145
48

0
0
0

25
3
22

31
29
2

26
24
2

12
0
12

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
C. September 30, 1982l— Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item

3

Total
98 Credit balances
99
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
100
U S. addressees (domicile)
101
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
102 U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
103 All other
104
Foreign governments and officials
institutions .
105
Commercial banks in United States . .
106
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
107
Other commercial banks in United
States
108
Banks in foreign countries
109 Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreements to repurchase . . . .
By holder
Commercial banks in United States . . .
Others

1 10
11 1
112
113
114
115

By type
One-day maturity or continuing
contract
Securities sold under agreements to
repurchase
Other
Other securities sold under agreements
to repurchase

Branches

New York
Agencies Branches

3

Agencies

California,
total4

Illinois,
branches

Other states2
Branches

Agencies

383

146

237

144

198

25

0

3

14

176
99
77

43
28
16

132
71
61

41
25
16

97
40
57

23
20
3

0
0
0

3
3
0

13
11
2

0
207

0
103

0
104

0
103

0
101

0
2

0
0

0
0

0
1

20
55

5
8

15
47

5
8

14
46

1
1

0
0

0
0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

55
132

8
90

47
42

8
90

46
42

1
0

0
0

0
0

21,076

13,365

7,711

11,839

1,689

5,210

1,145

358

836

19,122
1,954

12,406
959

6,716
996

10,950
889

1,305
384

5,131
79

1,076
69

357
0

303
533

20,278

12,757

7,520

11,250

1,594

5,114

1,126

358

836

1,602
18,676

1,500
11,258

102
7,418

1,289
9,961

42
1,552

58
5,055

97
1,029

113
244

2
834

798

608

191

588

95

96

19

0

0

20,439
18,597
17,380
1,217
1,842
1,451
390

1,512
1,500
1,313
186
12
2
10

26,324
25,853
25,792
61
471
415
56

979
977
936
41
2
0
2

898
887
775
112
11
11
0

503
498
354
143
5
0
5

1
0
1
0

116 Other liabilities for borrowed money . . . .
1 17
Owed to banks
118
U.S. addressees (domicile)
119
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
120 Owed to others
121
U.S. addressees (domicile)
122
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)

50,655
48,313
46,551
1,762
2,342
1,878
464

22,388
20,533
19,135
1,399
1,854
1,462
- 392

28,267
27,780
27,417
363
488
416
71

123 All other liabilities
124 Acceptances executed and outstanding. . .
125 Net due to related banking
institutions6
126 Other

46,268
12,661

37,098
9,299

9,170
3,362

29,995
8,924

2,019
642

5,326
2,662

5,112
164

1,477
187

2,339
82

29,265
4,341

24,263
3,536

5,003
805

17,979
3,093

1,229
148

2,066
597

4,770
178

1,042
249

2,180
76

64,471

59,354

5,117

52,510

21

4,441

2,002

4,660

837

32,384
32,087

31,015
28,338

1,369
3,749

25,297
27,213

12
9

833
3,609

1,038
965

4,590
71

615
222

33

19

14

5

0

6

6

7

9

39

32

7

0

0

8

0

31

0

2,502

2,450

52

2,177

10

7

44

226

39

3,900

3,002

898

2,698

40

855

19

286

2

84,190

82,013

2,177

75,411

2,124

64

6,549

37

5

10,526
7,775
13,896
11,603
2,292

10,282
5,370
11,658
9,777
1,882

244
2,405
2,238
1,827
411

6,975
4,939
10,554
9,004
1,550

34
359
557
409
148

5
1,988
1,268
1,026
242

297
253
449
322
126

3,008
168
420
264
156

208
68
648
578
70

2,958

2,778

180

2,754

91

76

18

5

12

MEMO
127 Time deposts of $100,000 or more
128 Certificates of deposit (CDs) in
denominations of $100,000 or
more
129 Other
130 Savings deposits authorized for automatic
transfer and NOW accounts
131 Money market time certificates of $10,000
and less than $100,000 with original
maturities of 26 weeks
132 Time certificates of deposit in
denominations of $100,000 or more
with remaining maturity of more than
12 months
133 Acceptances refinanced with a U.S.chartered bank
134 Statutory or regulatory asset pledge
requirement
135 Statutory or regulatory asset maintenance
requirement
1 36 Commercial letters of credit
137 Standby letters of credit, total
138 U S addressees (domicile)
139 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
140 Standby letters of credit conveyed to others
through participations (included in
total standby letters of credit)
. ..




177

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
C. September 30, 19821—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item
Total
141 Holdings of commercial paper included in
total gross loans
142 Holdings of acceptances included in total
commercial and industrial loans . . . .
143 Immediately available funds with a maturity
greater than one day (included in other
liabilities for borrowed money) . . . .
144 Gross due from related banking
institutions'*
145 U.S. addressees (domicile)
146
Branches and agencies in the United
States
147
In the same state as reporter
148
In other states
149
U S banking subsidiaries7
150 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
151
Head office and non-U.S. branches
and agencies . .
152
Non-U.S. banking companies and
offices . . .
6

153 Gross due to related banking institutions
154 U S addressees (domicile)
155
Branches and agencies in the United
States
156
In the same state as reporter
157
In other states
158
U.S. banking subsidiaries7
159 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
160
Head office and non-U.S. branches
and agencies
161
Non-U.S. banking companies and
offices

Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar
month) ending with report date
162 Total assets
163 Cash and due from depository
institutions
164 Federal funds sold and securities purchased
under agreements to resell
165 Total loans
166 Loans to banks in foreign countries
167 Total deposits and credit balances
168 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000
or more
...
169 Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreements to repurchase . . . .
170 Other liabilities for borrowed money . . . .
171 Number of reports filed8

178



Branches

3

New York
Agencies Branches

3

Agencies

California,
total 4

Illinois,
branches

Other states2
Branches | Agencies

854

757

98

724

30

68

33

0

0

5,187

3,811

1,377

3,680

81

1 ,263

66

64

33

36,349

13,591

22,758

12,050

1,310

21,220

923

567

278

82,018
22,610

55,862
9,230

26,156
13,380

49,429
5,324

5,223
1,336

20,242
1 1 ,908

2,393
164

3,975
3,706

758
173

21,245
860
20,384
1,366
59,408

8,113
380
7,733
1,117
46,631

13,132
480
12,651
248
12,776

4,221
340
3,881
1,103
44,104

1,272
14
1,258
64
3,887

11,723
456
1 1 ,268
184
8,334

150
0
150
14
2,229

3,705
40
3,665
0
269

172
10
162
1
584

56,541

44,182

12,359

41,734

3,710

8,132

2,183

236

545

2,866

2,449

418

2,370

176

202

45

33

39

90,282
20,946

73,277
15,349

17,005
5,597

63,310
9,922

6,020
1,248

8,824
3,253

7,162
3,424

2,267
1,694

2,698
1,405

18,580
573
18,007
2,366
69,336

13,078
126
12,952
2,271
57,928

5,502
447
5,055
96
1 1 ,407

7,696
88
7,609
2,226
53,388

1,248
46
1,202
0
4,772

3,165
393
2,772
88
5,572

3,413
0
3,413
11
3,739

1,692
39
1,654
2
573

1,365
8
1,357
39
1,293

68,173

56,870

11,303

52,366

4,752

5,506

3,733

547

1 ,267

1,163

1,059

105

1,021

20

65

5

26

26

199,185

146,516

52,669

128,569

6,887

41,978

9,527

7,619

4,607

28,102

26,019

2,083

23,940

366

1,414

1,834

197

351

6,111
116,660
18,157
81,680

4,804
86,563
15,235
74,197

1,307
30,097
2,921
7,483

4,576
74,940
14,518
67,064

798
4,718
615
1,764

434
22,385
2,036
4,980

134
6,736
700
2,277

85
4,220
5
4,656

85
3,660
282
939

31,557

30,241

1,315

24,784

12

829

962

4,408

561

18,910
50,520

12,030
22,283

6,880
28,237

10,662
20,367

1,313
1,266

4,490
26,520

1,040
1,012

304
823

1,100
532

396

213

183

133

44

106

39

31

43

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
D. December 31, 19821
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item
Total
5

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 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 Other bonds, notes, debentures, and
corporate stock

New York

Branches3 Agencies Branches3 Agencies

California,
total4

Illinois,
branches

Other states2
Branches

Agencies

207,707

153,574

54,132

135,137

9,236

41,202

9,649

7.710

4.773

30,956
20
1,305
18

28,182
17
1,192
15

2,773
3
113
3

26,573
13
1,049
15

780
1
65
0

1,862
1
42
3

1,292
2
32
0

255
1
103
0

194
1
14
0

1,224

1,058

166

979

82

70

39

33

22

28,183

25,728

2,455

24,349

608

1,738

1,217

116

156

12 664

11,373

1,291

10,494

421

828

726

107

88

99

90

9

90

5

2

0

0

2

15,420
1,444
13,976
206

14,264
1,406
12,858
172

1,156
38
1,118
34

13,765
1,362
12,403
168

182
17
165
24

908
21
887
9

491
44
446
3

9
0
9
2

66
0
66
1

132,989

100,495

32,494

87,565

5,846

23,584

7,630

4,382

3,983

5 974
3,597

5,482
3,421

492
176

5 254
3,353

206
138

288
41

191
43

29
22

6
0

535

516

19

508

2

20

0

4

1

74

69

5

45

1

1

22

1

4

1,768

1,477

292

1,348

65

227

126

2

1

20 Federal funds sold and securities purchased
under agreements to resell

6 881

5,339

1,541

4 805

813

687

351

162

61

By holder
Commercial banks in United States . . .
Others

5,683
1 198

4,293
1,046

1,389
152

3,780
1 025

752
62

642
45

330
21

162

o

16
45

6,698

5,157

1,541

4,624

813

687

350

162

61

336

318

18

173

6 362

4,839

1,523

4,451

18
796

1
686

20
330

125
37

0
61

183

182

1

181

0

1

1

0

0

127 188
174
127,014

95,132
120
95,012

32,056
54
32,002

82 415
105
82,310

5,652
12
5,640

23,336
40
23,296

7,448
9
7,439

4 358
6
4,352

3 979
2
3,977

21
22
23
24
25
26

By type
One-day maturity or continuing
contract . . .
Securities purchased under agreement
to resell
Other
. .
Other securities purchased under
agreements to resell

27 Total loans gross
28
LESS: Unearned income on loans
29 EQUALS* Loans, net .




179

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
D. December 31, 19821—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item
Total
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

Total loans, gross, by category
Real estate loans
Loans to financial institutions
Commercial banks in United States . . .
U.S. branches and agencies of other
foreign banks
Other commercial banks
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign branches of U.S. banks . . . .
Other
Other financial institutions

39 Loans for purchasing or carrying
securities
40 Commercial and industrial loans
41 U S addressees (domicile)
42
Non-U S. addressees (domicile)
43 Loans to individuals for household, family,
and other personal expenditures . . . .
44 All other loans
45
Loans to foreign governmentes and
official institutions
46 Other
47 Lease financing receivables . ,
48 All other assets
49
Customers' liability on acceptances
outstanding
50
U S addressees (domicile)
51
Non-U. S, addressees (domicile) . . . .
52
Net due from related banking
institutions^
53 Other

180



New York

Branches3 Agencies Branches3 Agencies

California,
total4

Illinois,
branches

Other states2
Branches

Agencies

5,011
50,150
26,921

2,137
39,786
20,645

2,874
10,364
6,276

1,437
36,447
18,584

26
1,914
684

1,965
8,000
5,452

77
3,040
1,792

504
211
198

1,003
539
210

24,008
2,913
21,594
848
20,746
1,635

18,273
2,372
17,885
636
17,249
1,256

5,734
541
3,709
212
3,497
379

16,488
2,096
16,933
568
16,365
930

425
259
969
91
879
260

5,184'
268
2,444
122
2,323
103

1,552
241
923
68
855
324

188
10
12
0
12
1

171
39
312
0
312
16

873
56,973
33,315
23,657

821
40,682
22,811
17,871

52
16,290
10,504
5,786

742
32,750
16,590
16,161

52
2,822
921
1,901

78
11,851
8,563
3,288

0
3,876
3,280
596

1
3,481
2,430
1,051

0
2,192
1,532
661

222
13,960

153
11,554

70
2,406

106
10,933

15
824

58
1,385

9
446

26
135

8
238

12,621
1,338

10,323
1,231

2,299
107

9,838
1,094

112
52

1,348
37

374
72

74
61

216
22

1
36,881

1
19,558

0
17,324

1
16,194

0
1,796

0
15,069

0
376

0
2,911

0
535

11,640
6,795
4,846

8,834
4,545
4,289

2,807
2,250
556

8,566
4,414
4,152

387
58
330

2,365
2,190
175

121
111
10

126
9
117

75
12
62

19,810
5,431

6,447
4,277

13,363
1,154

3,749
3,879

1,198
211

11,835
869

0
254

2,675
110

354
107

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
D. December 31, 19821—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item
54 Total liabilities5

New York

Branches3 Agencies Branches3 Agencies

Total

California
total4

Illinois,
branches

Other states2

_
Branches

.
Agencies

207,707

153,574

54,132

135,137

9,236

41,202

9,649

7 710

4 773

55 Total deposits and credit balances
56 Individuals, partnerships,
and corporations
57
U.S. addressees (domicile)
58
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
59 U.S. government states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
60 All other
61
Foreign governments and official
institutions
62
Commercial banks in United
States
63
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
64
Other commercial banks in United
States
65
Banks in foreign countries
66
Foreign branches of U.S. banks . .
67
Other banks in foreign countries . .
68
Certified and officers' checks,
travelers checks, and letters of
credit sold for cash

91,355

80,584

10,771

72,627

3,548

6,305

2,764

4,874

1,237

37,729
28,232
9,498

34,844
28,140
6,703

2,886
91
2,794

28,815
22,506
6,309

948
54
894

1,212
185
1,026

1,068
877
191

4712
4,594
117

975
15
959

91
53 535

91
45,650

0
7,885

13
43 799

0
2 599

2
5 092

1
1 696

75
87

0
262

744

639

105

607

65

29

15

13

14

69 Demand deposits
70 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
71
U S addressees (domicile)
72
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
73 U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
74 All other
75
Foreign governments and official
institutions
76
Commercial banks in United States . . .
77
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
78
Other commercial banks in United
States
79
Banks in foreign countries
80
Certified and officers' checks,
travelers checks, and letters of
credit sold for cash

3,308

3,095

214

2,792

67

138

108

118

85

1,624
911
713

1,541
911
630

83
83

o

1,357
741
616

0
0
0

42
13
29

86
82
3

81
74
7

58
0
58

4
1 681

4
1,550

0
131

3
1 433

0
66

0
96

0
22

1
36

0
27

185
94

177
94

8
0

153
38

0
0

8
54

1
0

22
1

0
0

7

7

0

7

0

0

0

0

0

87
659

87
641

18

o

31
635

0
1

54
5

0
6

1
0

0
12

81 Time deposits
82 Individuals, partnerships, and
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91

U S addressees (domicile)
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
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
other foreign banks
Other commercial banks in United
States
Banks in foreign countries

92 Savings deposits
93 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
94
U.S. addressees (domicile)
95
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
96 U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
97 All other




.

5 798

4,512

1,286

4 452

883

386

38

22

16

17 493

14,342

3 151

13 414

718

2 374

843

22

123

11 923

9913

2011

9 352

419

1 533

550

7

61

5,570
29,500
5,842
23,658

4,430
26,156
4,967
21,189

1,140
3,343
875
2,468

4,061
25,327
4,657
20,670

299
933
383
550

841
2,302
475
1,827

293
799
292
508

15
30
19
11

62
109
17
92

.'

744

639

105

607

65

29

15

13

14

87,119

76,840

10,279

69,294

3,296

6,098

2,616

4706

1,109

35,543
26 937
8,606

32,930
26,936
5,994

2,613
1
2,612

27,194
21,570
5,624

837
1
836

1,103
134
969

943
758
184

4,581
4 474
108

885
0
885

86
51 490

86
43,824

0
7,666

10
42,090

0
2 459

2
4,993

0
1 673

74
51

0
224

5,518
17,297

4,253
14,179

1,265
3,118

4,216
13,305

871
687

378
2,319

37
843

0
21

16
123

11,904

9,893

2,011

9,333

419

1,533

550

7

61

5 393
28,675

4 286
25,392

1 107
3,283

3 973
24,568

268
901

785
2,297

292
794

14
30

61
85

375

335

40

228

0

43

40

48

16

375
272
103

335
272
63

40
0
40

228
174
54

0
0
0

43
17
26

40
36
4

48
45
3

16
0
16

0

0
0

0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

o

o

'
-•

181

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
D. December 31, 1982l—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item

New York

Branches3 Agencies Branches

Total

3

Agencies

California,
total4

Illinois,
branches

Other states2
Branches

Agencies

553

314

239

312

185

26

0

2

28

188
112
76

38
22
16

151
90
61

36
20
16

111
53
58

24
22
2

0
0
0

2
2
0

16
15
1

0
364

0
276

0
88

0
276

0
74

0
2

0
0

0
0

0
11

96
103

82
70

13
33

82
70

12
32

1
1

0
0

0
0

0
0

13

0

0

0

0

0

57
124

32
31

1
0

0
0

0
0

11

10,618

1,444

4,381

1,051

397

983

5,664
965

9,114
1,504

1,158
286

4,138
243

981
71

376
20

441
541

10,894

6,521

9,308

1,419

4,299

1,011

397

981

920
16,494

815
10,079

106
6,415

647
8,661

53
1,366

51
4,248

53
958

115
282

1
979

1,460

1,351

109

1,310

25

82

41

0

2

116 Other liabilities for borrowed money . . . .
117
Owed to banks
118
U.S. addressees (domicile)
119
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
120 Owed to others
121
U S addressees (domicile)
122
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .

49,820
47,519
45,775
1,744
2,301
1,961
341

22,918
21,108
19,751
1,356
1,810
1,564
246

26,902
26,411
26,024
388
491
397
94

20,723
18,964
17,726
1,238
1,758
1,516
243

1,911
1,902
1,684
217
9
1
8

24,527
24,044
23,968
75
483
401
82

1,332
1,295
1,277
18
37
33
4

796
787
703
84
10
10
0

531
527
417
111
4
0
4

123 All other liabilities
124 Acceptances executed and outstanding. . .
125 Net due to related banking
institutions'*
126 Other

47,658
13,415

37,829
10,371

9,829
3,044

31,169
10,104

2,333
430

5,989
2,557

4,501
121

1,643
125

2,022
77

30,400
3,843

24,420
3,038

5,980
806

18,274
2,791

1,752
151

2,831
602

4,233
147

1,433
85

1,878
67

69,669

62,794

6,875

55,551

69

6,061

2,382

4,644

961

33,998
35,671

32,345
30,450

1,653
5,222

26,740
28,812

25
45

1,037
5,025

940
1,442

4,552
92

705
256

44

26

18

7

0

11

7

8

12

1

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

3,081

3,059

22

2,747

10

10

44

262

9

3,734

2,892

842

2,555

86

753

33

304

4

86,419

83,945

2,474

77,218

2,224

70

6,667

40

199

9,437
7,610
16,327
14,086
2,241

9,265
5,222
14,168
12,275
t,893

171
2,388
2,159
1,811*
348

5,808
4,747
12,921
11,370
1,551

22
482
424
334
90

506
1,846
1,169
935
235

335
273
588
434
154

2,618
187
441
303
138

147
75
783
710
73

3,086

2,868

218

2,803

111

107

45

20

0

98 Credit balances
99
Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations . . . , ,
100
U S addressees (domicile)
101
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
102 U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
103 All other
104
Foreign governments and official
institutions
105
Commercial banks in United States . . .
106
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
107
Other commercial banks in United
States
108
Banks in foreign countries
109 Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreements to repurchase . . . .

13

13

0

90
166

57
124

33
42

18,874

12,244

6,630

By holder
Commercial banks in United States . . .
Others

16,209
2,665

10,544
1,700

17,414

110
11 1
112
113
114
115

By type
One-day maturity or continuing
contract
Securities sold under agreements to
repurchase
Other
Other securities sold under agreements
to repurchase

MEMO
127 Time deposits of $100 000 or more
128 Certificates of deposit (CDs) in
denominations of $100,000
or more
129 Other
130 Savings deposits authorized for automatic
transfer and NOW accounts . . . . . . .
131 Money market time certificates of $10,000
and less than $100,000 with original
maturities of 26 weeks
132 Time certificates of deposit in
denominations of $100,000 or more
with remaining maturity of more than
12 months
133 Acceptances refinanced with a U.S.chartered bank
134 Statutory or regulatory asset pledge
requirement
135 Statutory or regulatory asset maintenance
requirement
136 Commercial letters of credit
137 Standby letters of credit, total
138- U S addressees (domicile)
139 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
140 Standby letters of credit conveyed to others
through participations (included in
total standby letters of credit)

182



0

73. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
D. December 31, 1982l— Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

Item
Total
141 Holdings of commercial paper included in
total gross loans
142 Holdings of acceptances included in total
commercial and industrial loans . . . .
143 Immediately available funds with a maturity
greater than one day (included in other
liabilities for borrowed money) . . . .
144 Gross due from related banking
institutions^
145 U.S. addressees (domicile)
146
Branches and agencies in the United
States
147
In the same state as reporter
148
In other states
149
U.S. banking subsidiaries7
150 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
151
Head office and non-U,S. branches
and agencies
152
Non-U. S, banking companies and
offices
6

153 Gross due to related banking institutions . .
154 U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
155
Branches and agencies in the United
States
156
In the same state as reporter
157
In other states
158
U.S. banking subsidiaries7
159 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
160
Head office and non-U.S. branches
and agencies
161
Non-U.S. banking companies and
offices
,
Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar
month) ending with report dale
162 Total assets
163 Cash and due from depository institutions . .
164 Federal funds sold and securities purchased
under agreements to resell
165 Total loans
166 Loans to banks in foreign countries
167 Total deposits and credit balances
168 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000
or more
169 Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreements to repurchase . . . .
170 Other liabilities for borrowed money . . . .
171 Number of reports filed 8




New York

Branches3 Agencies Branches3 Agencies

California,
total4

Illinois,
branches

Other states2
Branches

Agencies

968

852

117

811

28

57

41

0

31

5,086

3,864

1,221

3,687

134

1,069

64

111

20

36,643

14,867

21,777

13,051

1,652

19,982

1,310

451

198

78,912
21,235

53,942
9,314

24,970
11,920

47,593
5,392

5,526
1,435

18,556
10,323

2,362
134

3,822
3,642

1,054
309

20,781
.500
20,280
454
57,678

9,141
79
9,062
173
44,628

11,640
421
11,218
281
13,050

5,230
44
5,185
163
42,201

1,349
63
1,286
86
4,091

10,130
355
9,775
192
8,233

126
0
126
8
2,229

3,642
35
3,608
0
179

304
4
301
4
745

55,452

42,676

12,777

40,306

4,003

8,116

2,184

166

676

2,225

1,953

273

1,895

88

117

45

13

69

89,502
19,991

71,915
14,252

17,587
5,739

62,118
8,794

6,080
1,318

9,552
3,405

6,595
3,216

2,579
1,890

2,578.
1,368

19,673
537
19,136
318
69,511

14,067
96
13,971
185
57,663

5,607
442
5,165
133
11,847

8,649
63
8,586
145
53,325

1,279
143
1,137
39
4,761

3,324
278
3,046
82
6,146 '

3,206
0
3,206
10
3,379

1,887
33
1,854
3
689

1,328
21
1,307
40
1,210

67,880

56,201

11,679

51,989

4,690

6,067

3,289

659

1,186

1,631

1,462

168

1,336

72

80

90

30

23

206,029
29,006

151,625
26,464

54,404
2,542

133,695
24,862

9,185
600

41,292
1,809

9,436
1,303

7,553
238

4,868
195

6,468
122,009
20,204
86,848

4,797
90,342
16,449
76,525

1,671
31,668
3,755
10,323

4,520
77,993
15,660
68,863

1,071
5,219
1,062
3,330

534
23,325
2,414
6,138

188
7,297
781
2,528

86
4,285
4
4,833

69
3,891
282
1,156

32,513

30,977

1,536

25,406

30

907

889

4,574

706

18,716
49,288

12,032
22,583

6,684
26,705

10,522
20,553

1,365
1,551

4,328
24,713

1,178
1,209

312
759

1,011
503

409

221

188

136

44

109

42

32

46

183

74. Claims on foreign countries held by U.S. offices and foreign branches of U.S.-chartered banks1
Billions of dollars, end of period
19 81

1982

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

372.1

382.9

399.8

414.4

417.6

432.0

433.6

435.1

168 5
13 6
14 5
13 3
77
46
3.2
51
68.5
89
29.1

168 3
13.8
14 7
12.1
84
4.2
3.1
5.2
67.0
108
28.9

172 2
14.0
16 0
12.7
86
3.7
3.4
5.1
68.8
11.8
28.0

175 2
13 3
15 3
12 9
96
4.0
3.7
55
69.9
109
30.1

173 7
13.2
15 9
12 5
90
4.0
4.0
53
69.7
11 6
28.4

175 0
14.1
164
12 7
90
4.1
4.0
51
68.5
11 3
29.9

173 4
13 5
15 7
12 2
97
38
4.7
50
69.0
10 8
28.9

177 2
13 0
16 6
12 6
10 3
36
50
50
709
109
29 0

23.5
18
2.4
14
27
2.8
.6
5.5
15
1.8
15
1.5

24.8
21
2.3
13
3.0
2.8
.8
5.7
1.4
1.8
1.9
1.7

26.4
2.2
2.5
14
2.9
3.0
1.0
5.8
1.5
1.9
2.5
1.9

28.4
19
2.3
17
28
3.1
1.1
6.7
14
2.1
28
2.5

30.6
21
2.5
16
2.8
3.2
1.2

32.1
21
2.6
16
26
3.2
1.5

32.6
20
2.5
18
25
3.4
1.6

33 6
19
24
23
29
33
1.5

16
2.2
33
3.0

15
2.2
35
4.0

15
2.1
36
4.0

14
23
37
4.3

25 OPEC countries2
26 Ecuador
27 Venezuela
28 Indonesia
29 Middle East countries
30 African countries

21.7
20
8.3
21
67
26

22.2
2.0
8.8
21
6.8
26

23.5
2.1
9.2
2.5
7.1
26

24.5
22
9.7
25
7.5
25

25.1
23
9.7
27
8.2
22

26.1
24
9.8
27
8.7
25

27.0
23
10. 1
29
9.0
27

27 2
22
10 6
32
85
27

31 Non-OPEC developing countries
Latin America
Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Columbia
Mexico
Peru
Other Latin America

82 2

84 8

90 2

96 2

97 5

103 6

103 8

106 9

95
170
4.0
24
17.0
18
4.7

85
17 5
4.8
25
18.2
17
3.8

93
17.7
5.5
2.5
20.0
1.8
4.2

94
19 1
5.8
26
21.6
20
4.1

99
19.7
6.0
23
22.9
19
4.1

97
21.3
6.4
26
25.1
24
4.0

92
22.4
6.2
28
24.8
26
4.3

89
22 8
6.3
30
24 4
26
42

2
4.4
3
1.3
77
1.2
48
16
5

2
4.6
3
1.8
8.8
1.4
51
15
7

2
5.1
3
1.5
8.6
1.4
5.6
14
.8

2
51
3
2.1
94
1.7
60
15
10

2
5.1
5
1.7
86
1.7
59
14
12

3
5.0
5
2.2
89
1.9
63
1 3
11

2
4.9
5
1.9
93
1.8
60
13
13

3
52
6
23
10 8
21
62
16
1 i

8
6
.2
22

.7
5
.2
21

1.0
7
.2
22

1 l
7
.2
23

13
7
.2
23

13
7
.2
23

13
8
.1
22

12
7
1
25

77
4
24
4.8

7.7
5
25
4.8

7.7
.4
25
4.7

7.8
6
25
47

72
4
25
4.3

6.7
4
24
39

63
3
22
38

62
3
22
37

53 7
15.5
7
11 9
2.3
65
2
84
7.3
9

59 3
17.9
7
12 6
2.4
6.9
2
10 3
8.1
3

61 7
21.3
8
12 1
2.2
6.7
.2
10 3
8.0
.1

63 5
18.9
7
12 4
3.2
76
2
11 8
8.7
1

65 2
19.8
7
120
3.2
71
2
12 9
9.3
1

70 7
23.1
7
12 2
3.0
73
2
14 3
9.8
1

70 3
20.1
g
13 3
3.3
80
1
14 9
9.8

66 6
18.0
9
12 8
33
75
1
14 8
91

14 9

15.7

18.2

18.8

18.3

18.2

20.1

17 6

1 Total
2 G-10 countries and Switzerland
3 Belgium— Luxembourg
4 France
5 Germany
.
6 Italy
7 Netherlands
8 Sweden
9 Switzerland
10 United Kingdom . . . . .
11 Canada
12 Japan
....
13 Other developed countries
14 Austria
15 Denmark
16 Finland
17 Greece
.
18 Norway
19 Portugal
20 Spain
21 Turkey
22 Other Western Europe
23 South Africa
24 Australia

....
....

..
.
"". . .
.

.

,.

.
...

32
33
34
35
36
37
38

39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
India
Israel
Korea (South)
Malaysia
Philippines
Thailand
Other Asia

48
49
50
51

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 Panama^
62 Lebanon
63 Hong Kong
64 Singapore
65 Other'
66 Miscellaneous and unallocated6

184



.
.

o

o

75. Discount rates of foreign central banks, 19821
Percent per annum

Austria

Month-end

t

6.75

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

*

6.75
6.25
6.25
5.75
5.75
4.75

Belgium

Brazil

14.0
14.0
13.0
14.0
14.0
14.0
13.5
13.0
12.5
12.0
11.5
11.5

49 0
>k

Denmark

C

a£

11 0
>k

14.59
14.83
15.11
15.23
15.43
16.58
15.50
13.95
12.98
11.46
10.97
10.05

\
r
49 0

France

>

f

11 0
10 0
10 0

17.5
17.5
19.0
16.0
16.0
15.25
14.75
14.25
13.75
13.25
12.75
12.5

Germany

Italy

It

7.5

19.0

7.5
7.0
7.0
6.0
6.0
5.0

Japan

Netherlands

Norway

Sweden

Switzer
land

Venezuela

5. 5
I,

8.5
8.5
8.0

90
>k

11 0
11 0
10 0
>

6.0
6.0
5.5

14 0
>i

5.5
5.0

>
14 .0
13 .0

4.5

13

19.0
18.0

t

18.0

t

8.0
7.0
7.0

\ 5.0
SJ

->

>

55

90

10 0

t
i

i

76. Foreign short-term interest rates, 19821
Percent per annum, averages of daily figures

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

Eurodollars

United
Kingdom

Canada

Germany

Switzerland

Netherlands

France

Italy

Belgium

Japan

14 29
15 75
14 90
15,18
14 53
15 45
14 37
11 57
11.74
10 43
9.77
9 47

Month

15 14
14.47
13 53
13.69
13 31
12.96
12,35
11 08
10.84
974
9.30
10.55

1500
15,25
15 67
15 74
15 46
1684
16 23
14.76
13.57
12.14
11.08
10,55

10 43
10.22
9.84
9.30
9 12
9.22

8.53
8.29
6.37
4.96
3.80
5.39
4.32
4.07
3.97
3.65
3.76
3.71

1049
10.06
8.90
8.20
8 62
8.75
8 95
8.66
7.85
7.09
6.36
5.65

15 07
14.58
15 21
16.36
16 16
15.67
14 64
14 43
14.09
13.51
12.98
12.70

21 38
21.34
2063
20.62
20 59
20.51
20 18
19.52
18.56
18.57
19.05
19.20

15 09
14.89
14 02
14 95
14 94
15 38
15 22
1400
13.06
12 75
12.50
1225

641

941
8.94
8.13
7.55
7.24
6.54

6 38
6 43
6 57

679

7 14
7 15
7 14
7.19
697
6.97
6 96

77. Index of weighted-average value of U.S. dollar1
March 1973 = 100
Year

1982




Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

106.96

110.36

112 45

114.07

111.03

116.97

118.91

119.63

120.93

123.16

12427

11922

185

78* Foreign exchange rates, 19821
Foreign currency units per dollar

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

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

186



Austria
(schilling)

Belgium
(franc)

Brazil
(cruzeiro)

Canada
(dollar)

Chile
(peso)

China
(yuan)

Colombia
(peso)

Denmark
(krone)

9910 00
10255.55
10795 65
11761.36
13942 50
15025.00
19671.43
21172 73
25961.90
29487.50
39200 00
43883.91

111 41
108 50
106 03
105.15
105 94
103 23
101.09
97 83
95.82
94 35
94 27
96.82

16066
16.587
16 7tl
16.853
16 274
17.114
17.342
17.431
17.597
17.797
17 947
16.994

39 027
41.144
44.379
45.292
43 666
46.183
47.029
47.483
48.300
49.103
49 600
47.493

130 14
137.97
144 07
151.03
159 08
167.70
177.97
188.25
201.73
215.34
228 51
244.63

1.1926
1.2140
2205
.2252
2336
.2756
.2699
.2452
.2348
.2301
2262
.2385

39 100
39.100
39 100
39.407
39 537
43.373
47.228
54.941
62.643
66.770
69 050
72.630

7713
.8200
8429
.8565
.8123
.9014
.9300
.9432
.9567
.9887
2 0002
1.9445

59 409
60.129
60956
61.057
62 365
63.318
65.539
65.179
65.921
66.856
68 168
69.526

7 4977
7 7950
8 0396
8 1591
7 8444
8 3481
8.5402
8 6482
8.8038
8 9192
8 9595
8.5275

France
(franc)

Germany
(deutsche
mark)

India
(rupee)

Indonesia
(rupiah)

Ireland 2
(pound)

Israel
(shekel)

Italy
(lira)

44033
4 5058
4.5663
4 6097
4.5045
4 6763
4.7278
4 7515
4.8014
5 3480
5 5263
5 3425

5 8298
60176
6.1428
6 2457
60237
6 5785
6 8560
6 9285
70649
7 1557
7 2152
6 8548

2 2938
2 3660
2.3800
2 3970
2.3127
2 4292
2 4662
24813
2 5055
2 5320
2 5543
24193

58 811
60.973
61.769
63 541
62.892
67 795
69.434
70 165
70.946
71 948
72.889
70 788

5 7959
5 8857
5.8298
5 8270
5.7549
5 8669
5.9025
6 0598
6 1253
6 6038
66724
65417

9 152
9.214
9.293
9392
9.296
9467
9.563
9 574
9.650
9 700
9.797
9 693

645 70
645 89
649.00
651 14
653.67
654 98
659.18
662 11
662 75
670 31
68092
687 95

153 97
148 86
147.25
144 22
149.60
141 92
139.48
138 54
136.53
134 35
132.91
137 69

16 163
17.488
18.766
20.014
21.184
23 179
25.320
26 940
28.922
29 860
31.344
32 966

1228 22
1263 18
1293.29
132J 60
1283 37
1358 43
1382 26
1392 60
1411 19
1439 94
1468 84
1398 74

Malaysia
(ringgit)

Mexico
(peso)

Netherlands
(guilder)

New
Zealand2
(dollar)

Norway
(krone)

Peru
(sol)

Philippines
(peso)

Portugal
(escudo)

Singapore
(dollar)

224 80
235.31
241 23
244 11
236.96
251 20
255.03
259.04
263.29
271.61
264.09
241.94

2 2575
2 3662
2 3265
2 3395
2.2907
2 3392
2.3554
2.3528
2 3610
2.3688
2 3647
2.3529

2647
31 74
45 37
46 15
46.90
47 72
48.59
90.19
101.86
108.82
130.61
147.35

2 5145
25947
2 6186
26594
2.5709
2 6848
2.7239
2.7295
2.7444
2.7608
2.7861
2.6698

81 40
79 33
77 70
76 56
77.02
7495
73.99
73.22
72.42
71.43
71.09
72.57

5 8623
5 9697
60255
6.0820
5.9675
6 1869
6.3557
6.6785
6.8999
7.1735
7.2397
7.0346

515 21
534 37
561 08
591 29
622.87
656 11
693.56
730.97
772.08
819.14
878.66
942.47

8 2132
8.2510
8 3291
8 3565
' 8.4016
8 4511
8.4802
8.5142
8.6521
8.7760
8.8733
9.0546

66 492
60.067
70488
72.493
70.610
78 477
84.514
85.914
87.702
89.652
91.911
92.685

20607
2 1095
2 1213
2 1329
2.0886
2 1379
2.1464
2.1594
2 1671
2.1984
22123
2.1522

South
Africa 2
(rand)

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

Australia 2
(dollar)

Japan
(yen)

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

Argentina
(peso)

Finland
(markka)

Period

South
Korea
(won)

Spain
(peseta)

Sri Lanka
(rupee)

Sweden
(krona)

Switzerland
(franc)

Thailand
(bant)

United
Kingdom 2
(pound)

Venezuela
(bolivar)

103 463
101 946
97 927
94 884
94011
89 573
87 201
86.775
86 828
86 196
87 770
92 029

705 17
71005
714.67
721 03
724.35
738 30
743 06
744.45
743 61
743 65
745 60
746 36

98.36
100 70
104.53
106 15
102.99
109 22
111 57
112.08
113.05
115 20
11909
126 12

20 228
20 611
20.700
20 575
20.365
20 750
20 895
20.895
20 918
20 898
21 009
21 166

5.6206
5 7579
5.8361
5 9144
5,7888
60244
6 1159
6.1441
6.2313
7.1543
7 5095
7.3555

1 8442
1 8909
1.8886
1 9624
1.9500
2 0789
2 0960
2.1119
2.1418
2 1736
2 1931
2.0588

23.050
23 050
23.050
23 025
23.000
23000
23 000
23.000
23.000
23 000
23 000
23.000

188.60
18470
180.53
177.20
181.03
175 63
173,54
172.50
171.20
16962
163 21
161.60

4 2960
4 2960
4 3012
4 3023
4.2991
4 2953
4 2951
4.2981
4 3006
4 2976
4 2996
4 2971

Greece Hong Kong
(dollar)
(drachma)

Part 2—Special Tables




79. Statement of condition of Federal Reserve Banks, December 31, 19821
Millions of dollars
Item

R£ve

Bos,on

^

^ Oeve-

RM,

^

chjcago

^

M,nn,

Kansas

^

£

ASSETS
1 Gold certificate
account
2 Special drawing
rights certificate
account

11 148

570

3 212

554

744

967

402

1,476

418

154

675

743

1 233

4,618

241

1,335

225

302

408

161

646

170

61

241

310

518

3 Coin

438

26

32

13

48

51

44

26

25

19

44

32

78

4 Loans

717

15

90

101

19

108

8

83

88

9

33

160

3

298

590

758

227

1,268

301

113

422

606

1,130

4,519

8,950

11,506

3,452

19,246

4,565

1,709

6,406

9,192

17,141

5 Acceptances held
under repurchase
agreement

1 480

1 480

Federal agency
obligations
6
Bought outright . . .
7
Held under
repurchase
agreement . . ,

8,937

U.S. government
securities
8
Bought outright 2 . .
9
Held under
repurchase
agreement . . .

135,607

6,265

42,656

3 705

.

3,705

151 034

6 693

51 330

4 918

9 559

12 372

3 687

20 597

4 954

1 831

6 861

9 958

18 274

13,000

345

1,630

299

497

1,723

1,664

923

677

688

1,366

1,404

1,784

549

97

25

51

27

110

34

19

15

27

24

16

104

5,764
3,577

150
144

1,436
1,358

236
107

432
191

300
259

438
117

813
434

167
99

213
62

259
165

375
203

945
438

101

87 1

190,128

8,367

61,229

10 Total loans and
securities
1 1 Cash items in process
of collection . . .
12 Bank premises
Other assets
13
Denominated in
foreign
currencies3 . . .
14 All other

588

15 Interdistrict Settlement Account . .
16 Total assets




413

2,811
588

3 6 4 - 1 ,322
6,767

10,478

- 307

- 278

- 158

15,883

6,269

24,776

742

7,267

- 275

2,780

873

10,508

91

702

13,132

22,672

189

79. Statement of condition of Federal Reserve Banks, December 31, 19821—Continued
Millions of dollars

Item

All
Reserve
Banks

New
York

Boston

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta Chicago

Minneapolis

St.
Louis

Kansas
City

San
Francisco

Dallas

LIABILITIES
17 Federal Reserve
notes
Deposits
Reserve accounts 4 . .
U.S. TreasuryGeneral
account
20
Foreign-Official
accounts . . . .
21
All other
18
19

141,990

7,191

44,812

5,560

26,489

676

8,882

816

5,033

8,823

12,411

3,295

20,612

4,630

1,758

7,851

9,317

15,730

1,051

1,322

1,647

2,854

477

414

1,224

2,408

4,718

6

5,033

2,484

5
25

170
587

9
21

16
41

11
65

16
31

30
114

1,408

8
22

9
36

14
46

34
88

34,334

706

14,672

846

1,108

1,398

1,694

2,998

1,891

444

1,269

2,468

4,840

23 Deferred-availability
cash items . . .

8,814

306

485

173

215

1,478

1 ,007

508

603

452

1,168

1,024

1,395

24 Other liabilities and
accrued
dividends^

2,272

94

596

68

134

452

55

288

67

28

96

135

259

187,410

8,297

60,565

6,647

10,280

15,739

6,051

24,406

7,191

2,682

10,384

12,944

22,224

26 Capital paid in

1,359

35

332

60

99

72

109

185

38

49

62

94

224

27 Surplus

1,359

35

332

60

99

72

109

185

38

49

62

94

224

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

190,128

8,367

61,229

6,767

10,478

15,883

6,269

24,776

7,267

2,780

10,508

13,132

22,672

22 Total deposits

25 Total liabilities

328

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS

28 Other capital
accounts
29 Total liabilities and
capital accounts .

190



79. Statement of condition of Federal Reserve Banks, December 31, 19821—Continued
Millions of dollars
Item

All
Reserve
Banks

New
York

Boston

Phila- Clevedelphia land

Richmond

A H««, a
Auania

^cago

£,

Eg"

K

--

Da

San
Francisco

lias

NOTE STATEMENT
Federal Reserve notes
30 Issued to Reserve
Bank by Federal Reserve
Agent and
outstanding . .
3 1 Less held by issuing
Bank, and
forwarded for
redemption6 . .
32 Federal 7
Reserve notes,
net

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




7,546

22,048

5,440

2,206

1,297 2,227

1,436

810

448

3,295

20,612

4,630

8,050

47,896

17,989

859

3,084

141,990 7 , 1 9 1

44,812

5,560

8,823

12,41 1

1,986

9,463

5,522

159,979

640

13,708

8,974

11 ,047

18,079

1,123 1 ,730

2,349

1,758 7,851 9 ,317

15,730

11,148

570

3,212

554

744

967

402

1,476

418

154

675

743 1,233

4,618

241

1,335

225

302

408

161

646

170

61

241

310

518

107

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

107

0

0

126,117

6,380

40,265

4,781 7,777

1 1 ,036

2,732

18,490

4,042

1,543 6,828

S ,264

13,979

141,990 7,191

44,812

5,560

12,411

3,295

20,612

4,630

1,758 7,851 9,317 15,730

8,823

191

80. Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks, 1982
Dollars
Item

Total

Boston

New York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

CURRENT INCOME
1 Loans
2 Acceptances
3 U S government securities . . . .
4 Foreign currencies
5 Priced services
6 All other

174,599,512
18 282 868
15,492,891,505
432 541 731
386,732,282
12 337 230

72,915,122
18 282 868
4,828,055,401
109 322 456
58,982,951
5 947 971

10,790,342

7,476,261

10,511 320

694,660,256
11 216,663
23,045,933
532 768

524,668,313
17,608710
14,867,390
241 276

1,047,056,094
32 333 016
23,999,246
318 797

1,283,449216
22 369 054
28,019 258
624 75 1

7 Total

16,517,385,129

734,271,258

5,093,506,769

568,176,031

1,111,183,414

1,344,973 599

469,307,979
128 075 979
8,317,808
14414464
100,095,196
19 358 575
37,449,670

29,834,881
8 361 765
449,229
810 832
4,793,726
1 361 436
2 435,555

101,388,988
25 199 077
1 ,706,982
1 751 510
12,862,222
4 253 849
7351,488

23,633,374
6,625,349
391,748
487 997
4,098,033
945 646
1,938,790

26,945,680
8 121 877
538,624
1 030 710
6,622,762
856 872
2,036,381

35,501,997
10,148 260
511 661
1 190 997
10,039 965
1 416 153
3,561 839

16,696,319
14,819,043
20 973,887
12,797,242
10014 647

3 186,972
2,299,705
2 093 546
461,151
486 324

2,775 275
1,399,008
3 858 868
6,189,509
1 545 422

1,340,142
1,494,875
1 ,973 677
40,014
992 314

911,821
953,867
1 371 834
250,947
395 686

1,352 197
2,937,441
1 ,929 376
934,038
1,142 517

53 111 250
32,686,112
19,788,408
98,441,027
28,261,201
27 137,096
0
-4,109,109
- 2 840 279

1 876 321
1 581,050
996,542
5 454,292
2,806,545
2 302,334
187,686
-310,360
-92 201

9 918 295
6,627,483
4,280,130
22 400,628
1 ,930,562
4 402 408
-172,581
-929,720
-7 223

1,568,091
2,105,343
1,328,987
4,524,085
1,392,678
1,161,926
227,777
-409,478
0

3 974 531
1,382,311
838,717
6,628,954
1 ,996,859
1,952,888
-408,380
-66,884
-163 438

5,842 954
2,710,779
1,553,834
10,400,382
2,740,820
1 ,470,755
239,011
-918,531
-231 247

4,815,638

CURRENT EXPENSES
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Salaries and other personnel expenses . .
Retirement and other benefits . . .
Fees
Travel
Postage and other shipping costs
Communications
Materials and supplies
Building expenses
Taxes on real estate
Property depreciation
Utilities
Rent
Other
Equipment
Rentals
Depreciation
Repairs and maintenance
Cost of Federal Reserve currency
Cost of earnings credits'
All other
....
Shared costs, net2
Recoveries
....
Expenses capitalized''

29 Total4
30 Reimbursements
31 Net expenses

1,100,277,278
-75,802,294
1 024 474 984

71,377,331
-6788,241
64 589 090

218,732,180
-17,592,132
201 140 048

55,861,368
-4,435,281
51,426,087

66,172,619
-5,066,172
61 106 447

89,955,9614
= 6,115,873
83,840 088

15 492 910 149

669 682 167

4 892 366 72 1

516,749,946

1 ,050 076 961

1 261 133 511

85,240,779
1 162 530
86,403,309

3,989,431
311
3,989,742

27,142,214
18 637
27,160,851

2,806,247
606
2,806,853

5,533,135
706
5,533,841

7,303,207
844 771
8,147,978

149612 214
5,624,246
155,236,460

3 889 918
43,557
3,933,475

37 253 441
1,239,217
38,492,658

6,134,101
46,663
6,180,764

11,220,916
43,094
11,264,010

7,779 835
60,625
7,840,460

-68,833,150

56 267

-3,373,911

-5 730,169

307 518

PROFIT AND Loss
32 Current net income
Additions to current net income
33 Profits on sales of U.S. government
securities
34 All other
35
Total additions
Deductions from current net income
36 Losses on foreign currency
transactions^
37 All other
38
Total deductions
39 Net additions to or deductions ( - ) from
current net income
40 Assessment for expenditures of Board
of Governors
41 Net income before payments to
U S Treasury
42 Dividends paid
43 Payments to U.S. Treasury (interest
on Federal Reserve notes) . .
44 Transferred to surplus
....
45 Surplus January 1
46 Surplus, December 31

192



-11 331 807

61 813 400

1 605 700

15 383 800

2 579 800

4 639 900

3 173 400

15 362 263,601
79 352 304

668 132 734
2 039 198

4,865 651 114
19 582 450

510,796,235
3 393 997

1,039,706,899
5 891 495

1 ,258,267 629
4 116 116

15,204,590,947
78 320 350
1 279 128 850
1,357,449,200

664,574,836
1 518 700
33 434 500
34,953,200

4,833 139,264
12 929 400
318 683 300
331,612,700

500,598,188
6,804,050
52 986 600
59,790,650

1,031,120,404
2695000
96 45 1 300
99,146,300

1,248,471 813
5,679 700
65 866900
71,546,600

80. Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks, 1982—Continued
Dollars

Atlanta

Chicago

St. Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas City

Dallas

San Francisco

Line

3,236,546

17,978,090

6,129,624

5,719,762

11,211,220

15,125,041

8,690,546

421,329,511
32,699,165
44,695,757
874,700

2,235,496,829
60,766,531
61,051,781
1,321,170

534,237,701
12,495,072
19,113,403
442,936

204,995,294
15,911,316
21,180,961
276,880

720,536,314
19,343,250
28,565,313
216,183

1,019,659,201
27,925,967
26,088,093
621,310

1,978,747,375
70,550,531
37,122,196
918,489

1
2
3
4
5
6

502,835,679

2,376,614,401

572,418,737

248,084,213

779,872,280

1,089,419,612

2,096,029,138

7

39,248,272
10,921,503
543,532
1,228,466
10,400,429
2,001,465
3,681,688

59,495,404
16,811,432
1,107,989
2,245,578
13,748,988
2,303,212
4,211,219

24,015,714
6,523,239
568,350
688,040
6,178,235
705,674
2,276,020

20,737,835
5,370,653
378,621
820,755
4,998,600
1,003,036
1,393,603

31,245,710
8,457,956
442,820
1,304,750
7,590,579
1,206,278
2,879,994

28,233,617
7,512,907
491,067
1,013,983
7,394,045
1,285,382
2,518,135

49,026,507
14,021,961
1,187,185
1,840,846
11,367,612
2,019,572
3,164,958

8
9
10
11
12
13
14

1,033,949
905,828
1,744,942
107,127
869,558

1,784,092
639,016
2,037,457
1,873,096
1,717,288

402,122
530,443
1,133,923
284,084
399,492

1,808,307
957,600
817,877
76,638
625,524

514,805
810,918
1,147,115
46,473
586,590

667,569
663,518
1,285,565
767,275
627,232

919,068
1,226,824
1,579,707
1,766,890
626,700

15
16
17
18
19

6,159,046
1,993,281
1,474,999
7,987,997
4,379,560
1,962,581
603,069
-379,954
-184,515

9,425,786
2,488,330
1,788,136
12,131,492
8,068,853
4,942,415
-462,706
-68,889
-637,614

2,003,530
1,791,311
1,252,165
3,433,409
498,783
1,028,173
558,990
-518,924
- 106,573

,927,345
,577,600
904,671
,631,364
,829,799
,331,593
. 440,632
-84,794
-68,666

2,204,446
3,007,295
1,650,394
5,915,811
519,795
1,219,361
-224,193
-276,895
-759,478

3,148,144
3,012,638
1,466,867
4,755,151
806,271
2,085,616
-986,975
-116,829
-476,456

5,062,761
4,408,691
2,252,966
13,177,462
1,290,676
3,277,046
-2,330
-27,851
-112,868

20
21
22
. 23
24
25
26
27
28

96,682,823
-5,491,944
91,190,879

145,650,574
-9,323,489
136,327,085

53,646,200
-3,282,981
50,363,219

48,478,593
-2,188,905
46,289,688

69,490,524
-3,970,062
65,520,462

66,154,722
-3,786,618
62,368,104

118,074,383
-7,760,596
110,313,787

29
30
31

411,644,801

2,240,287,316

522,055,518

201,794,525

714,351,818

1,027,051,508

1,985,715,351

2,080,775
18,418
2,099,193

11,946,614
8,155
11,954,769

2,822,073
1,410
2,823,483

1,040,924
29,883
1,070,807

4,047,928
1,648
4,049,576

5,851,259
40,300
5,891,559

10,676,972
197,685
10,874,657

33
34
35

11,370,528
129,006
11,499,534

21,095,322
508,627
21,603,949

4,338,754
23,094
4,361,848

5,535,652
9,845
5,545,497

6,732,550
176,117
6,908,667

9,724,794
688,177
10,412,971

24,536,403
2,656,224
27,192,627

36
37
38

-9,400,341

-9,649,180

-1,538,365

-4,474,690

-2,859,090

-4,521,412

-16,317,970

39

4,745,200

8,649,500

1,802,800

2,251,600

2,759,800

4,074,500

10,147,400

40

397,499,260
6,237,573

2,221,988,635
10,926,469

518,714,354
2,285,427

195,068,235
2,888,870

708,732,928
3,568,966

1,018,455,596
5,368,824

1,959,249,982
13,052,919

41
42

379,625,737
11,635,950
97,228,900
108,864,850

2,206,444,016
4,618,150
180,055,100
184,673,250

515,818,077
610,850
37,468,800
38,079,650

190,038,015
2,141,350
46,842,850
48,984,200

700,300,061
4,863,900
57,044,550
61,908,450

1,002,595,672
10,491,100
83,766,500
94,257,600

1,931,864,864
14,332,200
209,299,550
223,631,750

43
44
45
46




.

32

193

81. Banks and branches—Number in operation, December 31, 1982, by state
Commercial and mutual savings banks
Commercial
State

Commercial

Mutual
savings

Nonmember

Member

Number maintaining branches or additional offices'

Member
Total

Total
Total

United States . . .

Mutual
savings

Nonmembe r

Non

in
~,
sured^

Total

Nonm
~
sured

Insured

National

State

Insured

15,381 14,963

4,579

1,040

8,818

526

315

103

7,549

7,173

National

2,414

Insured

State

Nor in
~ .
sure a

Insured

sured

530

4,203

26

292

84

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California

294
15
41
262
387

294
14
41
262
387

88
5
3
71
97

24
0
2
4
12

182
9
25
185
252

0
0
11
2
26

0
1
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

179
13
20
167
231

179
13
20
167
231

63
5
3
56
34

12
0
0
3
9

104
8
16
108
182

0
0
1
0
6

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of
Columbia . . .
Florida

524
116
32

524
54
30

183
14
11

54
2
3

137
38
13

150
0
3

0
62
2

0
0
0

113
108
14

113
48
12

63
13
5

6
2
0

44
33
7

0
0
0

0
60
2

0
0
0

20
489

20
489

16
190

0
37

1
250

3
12

0
0

0
0

14
336

14
336

13
134

0
23

1
179

0
0

0
0

0
0

417
14
27
1,299
406

417
14
27
1,299
402

63
3
7
404
116

9
0
4
60
41

344
7
16
786
243

1
4
0
49
2

0
0
0
0
4

0
0
0
0
0

270
11
22
506
299

270
11
22
506
297

57
2
6
207
97

7
0
3
22
26

206
7
13
277
174

0
2
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
2

0
0
0
0
0

Iowa . . . . .
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine

649
621
343
278
59

649
621
343
278
35

100
151
77
52
10

39
22
8
7
2

504
447
257
219
23

6
1
1
0
0

0
0
0
0
24

0
0
0
0
0

290
147
232
210
56

290
147
232
210
33

56
55
63
42
10

17
6
5
6
2

217
86
164
162
21

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
23

0
0
0
0
0

Maryland
Massachusetts . . .
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi

94
299
376
763
168

91
143
376
763
168

26
69
125
202
35

5
7
83
35
4

60
60
166
522
128

0
7
2
4
1

3
53
0
0
0

0
103
0
0
0

83
255
320
241
140

80
121
320
241
140

25
63
112
96
34

5
7
69
6
3

50
51
138
139
103

0
0
1
0
0

3
50
0
0
0

0
84
0
0
0

Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire . .

737
169
471
14
96

737
169
471
14
72

118
55
121
3
33

37
46
9
1
4

577
65
331
9
34

5
3
10
1
1

0
0
0
0
24

0
0
0
0
0

375
29
98
8
76

375
29
98
8
56

70
14
44
2
29

22
6
2
1
3

283
9
52
5
24

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
20

0
0
0
0
0

New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina . .
North Dakota . , .

167
93
438
71
180

148
93
348
71
180

83
41
111
20
40

13
6
40
1
3

52
45
54
48
133

0
1
143
2
4

19
0
90
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

148
69
250
58
81

132
69
163
58
81

73
30
84
18
26

13
4
29
1
2

46
35
39
38
53

0
0
11
1
0

16
0
87
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania . . . .
Rhode Island . . . .

356
516
101
363
24

356
516
99
355
18

161
196
7
203
5

80
21
18
11
0

114
292
63
126
10

1
7
11
15
3

0
0
2
8
6

0
0
0
0
0

264
158
52
265
22

264
158
50
257
16

132
82
6
142
5

60
4
6
10
0

72
71
37
104
10

0
1
1
1
1

0
0
2
8
6

0
0
0
0
0

South Carolina . .
South Dakota . . .
Tennessee
Texas
Utah

78
153
349
1,604
63

78
153
349
1,604
63

17
34
65
758
7

5
26
12
49
17

56
92
269
791
37

0
1
3
6
2

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

62
53
272
277
39

62
53
272
277
39

15
14
61
65
5

4
10
11
13
10

43
29
200
199
24

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia . . .
Wisconsin

33
203
122
241
633

28
203
113
241
630

11
61
23
111
127

0
88
3
29
26

16
53
74
101
471

1
1
13
0
6

5
0
9
0
3

0
0
0
0
0

29
158
80
79
266

25
158
71
79
266

9
54
18
40
61

0
63
1
8
8

16
41
52
31
197

0
0
0
0
0

4
0
9
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Wyoming
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands . . .

112
1
0

112
1
0

50
0
0

30

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

194




0

81. Banks and branches—Number in operation, December 31, 1982, by state—Continued
Branches and additional offices'
Location

Class of bank
Commercial banks
State

Outside head-office city

Mutual
savings

Nonmember

Member

-

In
head
office
city

Total
Total

42,163

United States

National

Non

Insured

State

-

Non

Insured

m
'
sured

m
'
sured

In
headoffice
county

In
contiguous
counties

In
noncontiguous
counties

Banking
facilities3

39,479 20,162

4,973

14,285

59

2,436

248

13,541

12,391

7,606

8,625

150

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California

658
114
600
412
4,493

658
114
600
412
4,493

327
76
387
184
2,756

118
0
0
11
459

213
38
212
217
1,268

0
0
I
0
10

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

322
43
154
263
604

250
8
175
144
648

19
33
181
4
888

67
30
90
1
2,353

2
2
2
1
26

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of
Columbia
Florida

98
1,008
175

98
618
151

54
207
9

6
99
0

38
312
142

0
0
0

0
390
24

0
0
0

89
217
42

8
469
77

1
229
45

0
93
11

9
0
0

161
1,597

161
1,597

159
952

0
78

2
567

0
0

0
0

0
0

161
525

0

0
150

0
220

8

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

922
164
261
617
1,198

922
164
261
617
1,195

445
11
190
265
559

84
0
9
31
66

393
150
62
320
570

0
3
0
1
0

0
0
0
0
3

0
0
0
0
0

412
61
38
501
610

279
46
22
96
585

82
4
52
15
1

149
53
149
5
2

6
6
0
6
1

514
208
747
849
427

514
208
747
849
319

103
81
296
291
118

45
7
63
56
36

366
120
388
502
165

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
108

0
0
0
0
0

252
205
481
467
64

195
3
261
368
165

67
0
5
11
156

0
0
0
3
42

0
1
1
2
2

1,098
1,518
2,145
316
732

1,032
997
2,145
316
732

569
449
985
142
296

106
71
551
7
16

357
476
608
167
420

0
1
1
0
0

66
273
0
- 0
0

0
248
0
0
0

209
594
859
152
256

239
852
834
127
168

368
68
429
35
148

282
4
23
2
160

3
1
3
0
2

493
27
131
163
239

493
27
131
163
184

105
12
64
99
103

36
6
4
35
10

352
9
63
29
71

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
55

0
0
0
0
0

359
26
131
44
80

130
0
0
21
121

4
1
0
22
37

0
0
0
76
1

2
1
1
0
0

New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota . . . .

1,873
264
4,145
1,794
121

1,643
264
3,282
1,794
121

1,016
127
1,932
829
32

280
19
1,106
13
4

347
118
231
941
85

0
0
13
11
0

230
0
863
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

255
174
1,504
185
39

762
80
745
116
50

461
9
924
290
31

395
1
972
1,203
1

5
0
4
0
2

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

2,266
131
626
2,823
307

2,266
131
608
2,628
233

1,459
62
362
1,338
115

547
3
7
174
0

260
64
236
1,113
108

0
2
3
3
10

0
0
18
195
74

0
0
0
0
0

663
128
144
315
66

978
1
91
998
130

283
0
132
1,496
79

342
2
259
24
32

3
5
0
2
0

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah

775
160
997
287
329

775
160
997
287
329

0
0
0
0
178

8
17
60
16
76

388
45
573
222
75

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

133
39
582
279
52

88
40
394
7
93

93
39
10
1
52

461
42
11
0
132

2
0
1
19
3

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin . .

203
1,457
969
83
465

180
1,457
855
83
465

48
673
650
43
114

0
599
4
8
22

132
185
201
32
329

0
0
0
0
0

23
0
114
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

32
252
273
67
135

62
211
284
16
262

58
366
165
0
62

51
628
247
0
6

0
10
3
0
1

Wyoming
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands

3
0
0

3
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

3
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

3
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
N e w Hampshire

. . . .

. .j ..




'

195

82. Number of par banking offices, December 31, 19821
Member

Total
Date, and
Federal Reserve District

Branches
and
offices

Banks

Nonmember

Branches
and
offices

Banks

Banks

Branches
and
offices

9,116

14,543

175
285
128
268
307
1,159
1,876
1,054
922
1,503
912
527

1,174
771
1,079
711
1,910
2,197
1,940
1,182
398
493
394
2,294

United States, including other areas2
5,619

39,914

14,735

Total

25,371

Federal Reserve District
Boston
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas
San Francisco

.

. .
....

.

.
....
.

....

1,152
4,084
1,459
2,653
3,394
2,829
2,517
878
400
436
203
5,366

155
213
213
357
361
540
896
394
509
906
863
212

2,326
4,855
2,538
3,364
5,304
5,026
4,457
2,060
798
929
597
7,660

330
498
341
625
668
1,699
2,772
1,448
1,431
2,409
1,775
739

83. Banking offices in the United States—Number, and changes in number, December 31, 1982
A. Banks (head offices), by type1
Commercial banks
Item

All
banks

Member
Total

Total

Mutual savings
banks

Nonmember

state

,ioL

Tot

* ™ ±* " M

Number
1 Total

.

15,381

14,963

5,619

1,0402

4,579

9,344

5263

8,818

315

103

Change in number during 1982
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

New banks4
Ceased banking operations
Voluntary liquidation
Suspensions
Placed in receivership
Consolidations and absorptions
Banks converted into branches
Other
Interclass changes
Nonmember to national
Nonmember to state member
State member to national
State member to nonmember
National to nonmember
National to state member
Noninsured mutual to insured mutual
Noninsured to insured
Noninsured national to national
Noninsured nonmember to state member . - .
Noninsured state member to noninsured . . . .
Insured mutual to insured nonmember
Insured mutual to federal mutual
Net change

196




378
378
- 2 - 2
- 4 - 4
-I
-1
-6
-6

240
0
0
0
-1

1 99
0
0
0
-1

41
0
0
0
0

-

1 38
2
4
1
5

76
1
0
1
3

-

-

62
1
4
0
2

-263
-45

-247
-42

- 116
-16

-87
-15

-29
-1

- 131
-26

- 131
-18

0
-8

0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0

0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
2

362
II
0

36
0

0
II2

-36
-10

-36
-10

0
0
0
0
0

0
0

58

2

81

-

3
9

0
0

0

0

145

-

0

0
125

9

2
0

3
0

8
0
0
0
0

0
0

9

8
0
0
1

0
0

0
-

0
0
1

2

9

0
20

0
0
0

0
0
2
1
2

0

3
9

0
0
0

1
0

-

0
2

0
0
-64-109

- 15
-2

0
0
0
0
6

3
9
1
0

2

1
0

-

0
45

0
0
0
0
0

-

-1
-1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
- 15

0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
-8

83. Banking offices in the United States—Number, and changes in number, December 31, 1982—
Continued
B. Branches, additional offices, and facilities, by type of bank
Commercial banks
All
banks

Item

Member
f otal

Mutual savings
bariks

Nonmember

Total

National

State

25,135

20,162

4,973

Insured

Total

Noninsured

Insured

Noninsured

14,285

59

2,436

248

Number
42,163

1 Total

39,479

14,344

Change in number during 1982
Branches and additional offices
De novo
.
Banks converted
.
Discontinued
....
Sale of branch
Interclass changes
6 Nonmeiiiber to national
7 Nonmember to state member
8 State member to national
9 State member to nonmember
10 National to state member
11 National to nonmember
12 Noninsured mutual to insured
mutual
13 Insured mutual to federal
mutual
.
14 Insured nonmember to insured
mutual
15 Nonmember to insured mutual
2
3
4
5

* ....

1,666
264
-443
0

691
140
-229
5

156
34
-45
-6

728
73
-119
-4

727
73
-119
-4

1
0
0
0

86
17
-48
5

5
0
-2
0

0
383
46'
104
0
0
0 - 1 4
0
0
0
-26

0
46'
0
0
0
0

. ..

847
174
-274
-1

3831
0
184
0
-160
-26

0
104
-184
-14
160
0

-383
-58
0
14
0
26

-3831
-58
0
14
0
26

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

1,575
247
-393
-5

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

27

-27

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

-25

0

0
0

0
0

0
0

37.
-2

37
-2

0
0

-37
2

0
0

16 Insured mutual to national
17 Other
18 Discontinued ATM branches2

2
0
2
2
-3
-4
-4
-3
-2,888 -2,429 -1,818 -1,423

0
0
-395

0
-1
-611

0
1
-611

0
f\

-2
-2
-459

0
2
0

19 Net change

-1,384

-926

-626

-436

-190

-300

-299

-1

-436

-22

42,163

39,479

25,135

20,162

4,973

14,344

14,285

59

2,436

248

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0
-4

0
-4

0
-4

1
-4

-1
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

....

20 Number, December 31, 1982

0

..

-25

..
»

0
0

37

-

2

0

3

21
22
23
24

Banking facilities
Established
Interclass changes
State member to national
Other
....

25 Net change

-4

-4

-4

-3

-1

0

0

d

0

0

26 Number December 31 1982

150

150

125

114

11

25

25

0

0

0




197

84. Changes in offices of commercial banks and nondeposit trust companies during 1982—
Summary, by state
January 1-June 30

July 1-December 31

In opera- Net in- In opera- Beginning
tion on crease, or tion on
July 1 operation
June 30 decrease
(-)

Net inCeasing In opera- crease, or
tion
operation Dec. on decrease
31
(-)

Type of
branching1

In opera- Begintion on
ning
Jan. 1 operation

Ceasing
operation

55,427

892

190

56,129

702

56,129

1,409

3,046

54,492

-1,637

26,946

482

101

27,327

381

27,327

734

1,239

26,822

-505

19,794
8,687

256
154

74
15

19,976
8,826

182
139

19,976
8,826

385
290

1,071
736

19,290
8,380

-686
= 446

976
126
618
684
4,818

10
0
17
4
95

8
0
0
0
12

978
126
635
688
4,901

2
0
17
4
83

978
126
635
688
4,901

28
7
18
9
112

56
4
11
24
109

950
129
642
673
4,904

= 28
3
7
-15
3

L
S
S
L
S

Colorado
. . .,
Connecticut
Delaware
..
District of Columbia . . . .
Florida
..

616
670
168
178
1,986

31
10
7
7
97

I
2
2
1
16

646
678
173
184
2,067

30
8
5
6
81

646
678
173
184
2,067

38
8
7
7
196

54
14
0
9
152

630
672
180
182
2,111

-16
-6
7
-2
44

U
S
S
S
S

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

1,367
178
286
1,922
1,588

23
4
0
45
26

4
0
0
4
3

1,386
182
286
1,963
1,611

19
4
0
41
23

1,386
182
286
1,963
1,611

37
3
3
51
38

78
1
1
96
54

1,345
184
288
1,918
1,595

-41
2
2
-45
-16

L
S
S
U
L

1,248
901
1,138
1,128
393

12
1
8
19
6

2
0
7
1
2

1,258
902
1,139
1,146
397

10
1
1
18
4

1,258
902
1,139
1,146
397

15
6
20
25
3

110
79
80
49
49

1,163
829
1,079
1,122
351

-95
-73
-60
-24
-46

L
U
L
L
S

1,084
1,127
2,614
1,075
889

25
18
20
31
5

1
1
8
3
3

1,108
1,144
2,626
1,103
891

24
17
12
28
2

1,108
1,144
2,626
1,103
891

45
15
36
21
15

26
22
148
46
7

1,127
1,137
2,514
1,078
899

19
-7
-112
-25
8

S
L
L
L
L

Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire

1,199
213
786
170
247

16
1
4
4
8

4
0
0
2

1,211
214
790
173
253

12
1
4
3
6

1,211
214
790
173
253

31
1
7
8
5

12
20
197
4
2

1,230
195
600
177
256

19
-19
-190
4
3

U
U
U
S
S

New Jersey
New Mexico . . . .
New York
North Carolina . . .
North Dakota

1,813
348
3,903
1,863
316

18
4
44
25
5

8
1
7
15
0

1,823
351
3,940
1,873
321

10
3
37
10
5

1,823
351
3,940
1,873
321

28
11
43
32
0

55
6
367
40
19

1,796
356
3,616
1,865
302

-27
5

-324

-19

S
L
S
S
U

Ohio
Oklahoma
..
Oregon
Pennsylvania . . . .
Rhode Island

2,698
794
695
3,038
256

51
8
11
36
1

25
2
2
6
1

2,724
800
704
3,068
256

26
6
9
30
0

2,724
800
704
3,068
256

41
25
13
52
2

141
173
14
135
8

2,624
652
703
2,985
250

= 100
-148
=1
-83
-6

L
U
S
S
S

South Carolina . . .
South Dakota
Tennessee ,
Texas
Utah

848
326
1,411
1,827
386

18
2
10
41
10

3
1
6
4
3

863
327
1,415
1,864
393

15
1
4
37
7

863
327
1,415
1,864
393

31
1
22
130
10

43
15
99
86
8

851
313
1,338
1,908
395

= 12
-14
-77
44
2

S
S
L
U
S

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin

201
1,667
1,028
309
1,194

2
21
14
2
13

1
7
8
0
2

202
1,681
1,034
311
1,205

1
14
6
2
11

202
1,681
1,034
311
1,205

8
42
50
17
35

2
55
115
3
148

208
1,668
969
325
1,092

6
-13
-65
14
-113

S
S
S
L
L

113

2

0

115

2

115

1

0

116

State

50 states and District of
Columbia— Total . .
Statewide branching
states
Limited branching
states
. ...
Unit banking states
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona . ,
Arkansas
California ,

,

..

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi .

Wyoming

. ..
.,

k

198



1

o

U

85. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state
Rank, by otal assets

State and item'
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

June 1982
Alabama (240)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . .

Arkansas (259)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . ,
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Colorado (385)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Florida (3 11)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




11 4
39.7

10 0
49.8

50
54.9

14
56.3

1 3
57.7

13
59.0

10
600

9
61 0

21.2 2
51.8

10 82
62.6

972
72.4

95
82.0

58
87.8

4.2
92.1

2.72
94.8

20 2
96.8

20 2
98.9

20.2
50.9

9.6
606

9.6
70 2

9.8
80 1

6.2
86 3

4.8
91 1

3.0
94 2

24
967

22
98 9

26 6
69.7

14 62
84 4

58
90.2

33
93.6

18
95.4

1 22
96.6

82
97.5

62
32
98 1 • 98 4

27.0
69 1

149
84 0

5.8
89 9

3.4
93 3

1.9
95 3

1.1
96 5

.9
97 4

6
98 1

3
98 4

34
10.9

30
13 9

28
16.8

21
19.0

20
21.0

1 82
22.9

18
24.8

18
26 6

1 4
28 1

2.5
94

26
12 0

2.5
14 6

2.0
16 6

1.5
18 1

1.9
20 1

1.9
22 0

19
23 9

1 4
25 4

12 7
47.2

102
57 5

91
66.6

86
75.2

32
78.5

19
80.4

17
82.1

1 2
83 4

10
84 5

12.3
47.9

89
56.9

9.4
66.4

7.7
74.1

2.7
76.9

1.1
78.0

2.0
80.0

13
81.4

12
82.6

16.2
33.3

10.2
43 5

9.6
53 2

8.0
61 2

3.4
64.6

1.8
66.5

1.1
67.6

1.0
68 6

.9
69 5

14.5
29 8

10 9
40 7

97
50 4

84
58 9

3.3
62 2

1.9
64 2

1.1
65 3

1 i
66 5

9
67 4

21 9
21.9

16 6
38.6

91
47 8

85
56.3

57
62.1

57
67.9

56 2
73.5

55
79.0

46
83 6

1 42
85 1

18 9
18.9

16 8
35.7

94
45.1

83
53.4

57
59.2

64
65.6

59
71.5

60
77.5

47
82 3

15
83 8

27 O2
27 0

16 9
43 9

16 52
604

12 I 2
72 6

71
79 7

32 2
83 0

272
85 7

2.S2
88 2

19
90 2

18
92 0

28 1
28 1

11 2
39 4

196
59 1

15 1
74 3

83
82 6

4.0
86 6

3.6
90 2

.0
90 2

8
91 0

13
92 4

31.2
31.2

30.3
61.5

11 4
72.9

85
81.5

74
88.9

2.5
91.5

2.0
93.5

1.9
95.4

8
96.2

72
97.0

30.6
30 6

.

13 6
28.2

15.2
15 2

. ..

82
63 5

17.1
17.1

District of Columbia (17)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

10
62 6

35.6
35.6

Delaware (26)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

1.22
61 5

34 5
34.5

Connecticut (52)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative , .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

1.32
603

6.9
69

,

1.42
58 9

75
7.5

California (339)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

4.9
57 5

42.1
42 1

. ..

10.6
52 5

43 1
43.1

Arizona (36)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . .
Deposits
per organization
Cumulative

12,1
41 9

30.7
30 7

Alaska (11)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13.8
297

30 52
30.5

..

15.9
15 9
14 6
14.6

.

29.4
60 1

11 0
71 1

8.5
79 7

8.2
87 9

2.6
90 5

2.3
92.8

2.0
94.9

10
95 9

9
96 8

11 3
11.3

10 8
22.1

74
29.6

54
35.1

50
40.1

45
44.7

42
49.0

2.4
51.4

24
53.9

24
56.3

10.6
10 6

10.9
21 6

74
29 0

5 1
34 2

5.1
39 4

4.2
43 6

4.1
47 7

2.3
50 1

26
52 8

22
55 0

199

85. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by t otal assets

State and item'

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

June 1982
Georgia (366)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

17.9
17.9

13.8
31.7

12.9
44.7

4.7

3.1

3.0

2.2

2.0

.9

7

49.5

52.7

55.7

57.9

59.9

60.9

61.6

15.8
15.8

12.8
28 7

11.0
39 7

4.3

3.1
472

3.1

2.4

2.2

1.0

.7

44 1

50.3

52.8

55.0

56 1

569

39 6
39.6

34 2
73.8

7 32
81.1

66

49

87.8

92.7

2.62
98.7

99.3

39.6
39.6

32.6
72.3

7.8

7.1

5.3

3.4

2.8

.6

.2

.1

80.2

87.3

92.6

96.0

98.9

99.6

99.8

99.9

37.0
37.0

26.9
63 9

11.6
75 6

7.3

3.7

82.9

86.7

2. 12
88.9

1.42
90.3

1.32
91.7

93.0

940

363

260

3.8

2.3

1.5

1.5

1.4

62.3

11 6
74.0

8.0

36.3

82.0

85.9

88.2

89.7

91.2

92.7

1 0
93.7

25.4
25.4

14.3
39.7

4.1

4.0

1.8

.9

.4

.4

.4

.4

43.8

47.9

49.7

50.6

51.1

51.5

51.9

52.3

16 2
16.2

14 3
30.5

35
34,1

37
37.8

1 6
39.5

.8

.4

.4

4

4

.,..,....

40.3

40.8

41.3

41.7

42.2

.

7.3

7.1

5.6

1.9

20 1

22.1

1.72
25.6

1.62
27.2

1.52
28,8

1.2

14 4

1.82
23.9

1.5

73

30.3

31.5

58

47

1 8
18.3

1.8

1.5

1.5

1.6

1.4

1.1

16.5

20.1

21.6

23.2

24.8

26.2

27.4

2.52
32.6

1.7

.9

.8

34.3

35.3

36.1

,.

Hawaii (13)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Idahp (26)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Illinois (1,245)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Indiana (405)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Iowa (564)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

.

32 2
96.0

62

42
99.7

1.3

I2
99.9

l.O 2

,

. ,

Kansas (613)
Assets
Per organization . ,
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . .
Kentucky (345)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Louisiana (274)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Maine (22)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

200



5.8

58
11.7

.

7.5
7.5

6.2

5.9

4.1

3.5

2.6

13.7

19.7

23.9

27.5

30.1

65

58
12 4

62

3.4

3.7

2.1

1.9

1.5

.9

.7

18 6

22 1

25 8

28 0

29.9

31 5

32 4

33 2

1.42
14.3

1.4

1.1

1.1

1.0

15.7

16.8

18.0

19.0

65

53

2.62
80

1.6
96

11.3

1.42
12.8

4.5
4.5

2.3
6.8

.6
7,5

1.5
9.0

1.2

1.2

1.4

.9

1.0

.9

10.3

11.5

12.9

13.9

14.9

15.8

11.2
11 2

9.8

4.8

2.32
31.8

1.2

25 8

3.5
294

1.7

21 0

33.5

34.8

l.O 2
35.8

36.8

9.4
94

8.1

4.4
220

3.0

2.3

1.5

17 6

25 0

27 3

28 8

6.9
6.9

4.0

3.9

3.0

3.0

2.9

2.4

2.3

2.2

2.1

10.9

14.9

18.0

21.1

24.1

26.5

28.8

31.0

33.2

63

31

28
15.7

2.2

18.7

27
21.4

2.5

9.4

33
12.8

29

6.3

24.0

26.2

21
28.4

30.4

17 9
17 9

16 5
34 4

14 5
48 9

14 2
63 2

14. 1 2
77 4

7.0
844

86.4

2.02
88.5

1.62
90 1

1 52
91 7

17.2
17.2

16.5
33.7

13.9
47 7

14.7
62.4

14.3
76.8

6.7

2.1

2.1

83.6

85.7

87.8

1.7
896

91,3

5.3
.

.....

1.6

.92

.9
37 7

1.3

1.0

1.0

30.1

.9

31.2

32.2

33.1

2.0

20

1.6

85. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by otal assets

State and item'

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

1.52
80.8

1 32
82 1

June 1982
Maryland (76)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative . . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .

4.3

2.0

77.2

79.3

56.2

12.3
30.9

13il
44.0

96

9.3

7.2

4.6

2.2

53.7

63.0

70.3

75.0

77.2

16
78.9

12
80 1

14.7
41.9

12.5
54.5

10.8
65.3

9.8

3.3

2.0

75.1

78.5

80.5

1.82
82.4

1 8
84.3

14
85 7

23.0
23.0

14.5
37.6

12.4
50.0

12.6
62.6

9.0

3.9

2.4

1.6

2.2

1.5

71.6

75.6

78.0

79.7

81.9

83 5

19.1
19.1

12.2
31.3

10.6
41.9

8.8

6.5

3.9

1.9

1.9

1.9

50.8

57.3

61.3

63.3

65.2

67.1

17
68.9

15.9
15.9

12.0
27.9

10.7
38.6

8.6

7.0

4.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

1.7

47.3

54.4

58.4

60.5

62.5

64.6

66.4

306

22.6
53.2

21
59.6

1.9

.9

.6

57.5

61.6

62.5

63.1

21.6
48.0

.9

.7

.5

.4

4

52.4

23
54.8

1.7

26.4

56.5

57.4

58.2

58.7

59.2

59.6

14.1
14.1

10.3
24.5

4.02
28.5

3.42
32.0

3.22
35.2

3.1
38.3

2.5 2
40.9

2.2 2
43.2

1.72
44.9

1.62
46.5

11.2
11.2

9.6

4.0

3.7

3.5

3.2

2.2

2.2

1.8

1.7

20.9

24.9

28.6

32.1

35.4

37.7

39.9

41.7

43.5

12,9
12.9

12.4
25.3

7.9
33.3

6.1
39.4

6.0
45.5

5.5
51.0

2.4
53.4

2.2
55.6

2.1
57.8

1.8
59.7

11.1
11.1

10.7
21.9

7.9

5.3

5.4

5.5

2.1

2.2

2.1

2.0

29.8

35.1

40.6

46.2

48.3

50.6

52.7

54.8

24.7
24.7

11.9
36.6

6.7

6.3

5.1

4.2

2.4

1.2

1.0

49.7

54.8

59.0

1.5

43.4

61.5

63.0

64.3

65.4

24 1
24.1

Minnesota (624)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

12.7
46.8

27.2
27.2

Michigan (2 12)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative

11.8
35.9

5.9

6.2

5.3

4.1

2.4

1.6

1.3

1.0

41.9

48.1

53.5

57.6

60.0

61.6

62.9

64.0

1.22
29.3

1.0

.9

.9

.8

30.4

31.3

32.2

33.1

30.6

264

Mississippi (170)
Assets
Per organization ,
Cumulative . . . .
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative

....

....
.

Montana (109)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .
Nebraska (457)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

7.7
72.9

13.4
34.1

18.5
18.5

.

Massachusetts (83)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Missouri (481)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative

9.4

20.7
20.7

4.2
4.4

'

8.9
65.1

.52
63.7

,4
64.1

32
64.5

8.0

6.4

3.7

2.9

14.8

21.3

25.1

28.0

7.3
7.3

5.6

4.8

3.4

2.3

1.1

.7

1.0

.9

.8

13.0

17.8

21.2

23.6

24.7

25.5

26.5

27.5

28.3

49.9
49.9

21.72
71.7

12.4
84.1

7. 12
91.3

4.1 2
95.4

2.42
97.8

98.6

51.0
51.0

..

6.8

80

21.4
72.5

11.8
84.3

7.1

4.1

2.5

.6

.3

.2

.2

91.4

95.6

98.1

98.8

99.1

99.4

99.6

4.32
49.0

3.32
52.3

2.92
55.3

2.62
58.0

60.0

Nevada (13)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization ,
Cumulative

....

New Hampshire (57)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative

17 3
17.3

13.2
30.5

7.2

69

...

37.7

44.7

17.2
17.2

13.0
30.2

7.4

6.7

4.5

3.5

2.4

2.7

2.1

1.9

. ..

37.7

44.4

49.0

52.5

55.0

57.7

59.8

61.8




.72

.42
99.0

.32
99.3

2.0

.22
99.6

2.02
62.0

201

85. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by otal assets
State and item'

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

June 1982
New Jersey (123)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Ohio (282)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Oklahoma (511)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . .

Rhode Island (18)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

202




3 O2
51.2

54.3

36

3.1

409

44.1

28
469

31
50 1

53,1

66.2

1 72
68.0

1 6
69.7

26
63 0

19
65 0

15

666

1 8
68 4

47

43
77 5

30

20

805

82 6

77
26.9

72
34.2

93
93

87
18.1

78
25 9

7 1

4.3

330

37.3

23 7
23.7

11.4
35.2

8.7

4.1

45.1

53.8

58.0

35
61.5

64.1

23 1
23 1

11 8

85

92

4 1

35

349

434

52 7

568

604

15 7
15 7

13 4
29.1

11 5
40 7

10 9
51 7

85
60.2

8 1
68 3

73.1

13.3
13 3

14.4
27 8

10.5
38 3

10.8
49 1

8.0

6.3

5.2

4.0

3.4

2.5

57 2

63 5

68 8

72 8

76 3

78 8

21.0
21 0

20.6
41 6

17.0
58 7

7.7
665

5.83
72 3

4.5

3.0
799

2.8

76 9

82 7

2.22
85 0

86 6

20.1
20.1

19.3
39.4

14.1
53.6

8.3

6.7

5.1

3.4

3.1

2.6

1.7

61.9

68.7

73.8

77.3

80.4

83.0

84.8

162
16.2

14.8
31.0

37.8

27
40.5

2.62
43.1

22
45.4

1 9
47.4

1 42
48.8

1 32
50.1

1 22
51.4

15 9
15.9

14,9
30.8

66

25

24

40.1

42.6

22
44 8

2.0

37.5

46.8

1 3
48 2

1 1
49.4

1 3
50.7

94
94

93
18.8

83
27 1

69
34 1

67
40 8

59
46 7

44
51 2

40

....

55 3

32
58 6

25
61 1

...

93

83
17.6

73
24.9

72
32 1

6.4
38.6

56
44 2

43
48.6

40
52 7

28
55 5

25
58 0

94

7.4

26 2

3 1
29 4

1 6
31 0

12
32 3

10
33 3

g

16 9

48
21 8

8

94

34 2

35 1

16
28 0

1.3

8

9

9

29.3

30 2

31 1

32 0

62
890

5
896

..

. ,,
....

9.3

....

98 2

67

44

38.3

35
41.9

2.6

20 2

3-0
30

1.6

8.0

..
....

.....

.

2.7

23 6

26.3

33 8
70.4

76
78 1

47
82 8

85.3

1 2
86 5

1 O2
87.5

88 4

32 3
67.9

79
75.8

54
81 3

27
84.0

1 i
85 1

12
86.3

9

6

6

87 3

88 0

88 6

16 9
16 9

67

54
29 1

44

23 7

33 5

38
37 4

32
40 7

32
43 9

29
46 9

24
49 4 >

24
51 8

12 8
12 8

.

43

19 2

35 6
35.6

.

4.4

14.8

36 6
36.6

.

6.7

80

Oregon (82)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .
Pennsylvania (349)
Assets
P e r organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

30
48.2

19.2

North Carolina (71)
Assets
Per organization . . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . .
Cumulative
North Dakota (142)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

3.2
45.1

9.2

10.0

New Mexico (61)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
New York (180)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

4.1

100

49
23 8

34
27 2

29
30 2

33
33 5

30

18 9

36 5

26
39 2

23
41 6

44 3

42 1
42 1

24 1
66.2

23 4
89 6

926

20
94.7

1 82
96 5

8

5

4

4

97 3

97 9

98 4

98 8

42.1
42 1

24.9
67.1

21.0
88 1

3.5
91 6

2.2
93.9

2.1
96 0

.9
97 0

.6
97 6

.5
98 1

,4
98 6

60

30

242

9

27

85. 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 1982
South Carolina (80)
Assets
Per organization . . . ,
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

20.0
20.0

14.4
34.4

13.72
48.2

12.0
60.2

6.1
66.3

4.1 2
70.5

2.32
72.8

1.32
74.2

1.32
75.5

1.22
76.8

18.3
18.3

14.2
32.6

13.2
45.8

11.4
57.2

6.7
64.0

4.6
68.6

2.3
70.9

1.5
72.5

1.3
73.8

1.3
75.2

29.7
29.7

16.1
45.9

12.1
58.0

2.7
60.7

2.2
63.0

2.0
65.0

1.3
66.4

1.3
67.7

1.2
68.9

1.1
70.1

24.9
24.9

17.1
42.0

12.8
54.9

2.8
57.7

2.4
60.2

2.1
62.3

1.4
63.8

1.3
65.1

1.3
66.4

1.2
67.6

Tennessee (304)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

11.7
11.7

8.2
20.0

7.8
27.9

7.3
35.2

5.3
40.6

3.3
43.9

2.8
46.8

2.82
49.6

2.02
51.6

1.32
52.9

11.2
11.2

7.9
19.1

7.8
27.0

6.9
33.9

4.5
38.4

3.1
41.6

2.6
44.2

2.6
46.8

1.8
48.6

1.2
49.9

Texas (1,147)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

11.7
11.7

9.4
21.1

9.1
30.2

8.6
38.9

5.6
44.6

4.1
48.8

3.8
52.6

2.9
55.6

1.9
57.5

1.7
59.3

10.4
10.4

8.7
19.2

8.6
27.8

7.3
35.1

5.0
40.2

4.3
44.5

3.9
48.5

2.8
51.3

2.0
53.3

1.6
54.9

30.1
30.1

21.9
52.1

10.0
62.1

7.8
69.9

6.4
76.4

3.82
80.2

3.0
83.2

2.1
85.4

1.1
86.5

.8
87.4

29.8
29.8

21.6
51.4

9.9
61.3

8.1
69.4

6.7
76.2

3.0
79.3

2.9
82.2

2.1
84.3

1.1
85.5

.9
86.5

16.2
16.2

13.12
29.3

12.72
42.1

12.12
54.2

9.2
63.5

5.02
68.5

4.0
72.6

3.1
75.8

2,6
78,4

1.92
80.4

16.3
16.3

12.7
29.1

12.9
42.0

12.1
54.1

9.0
63.2

5.0
68.2

3.9
72.2

3.2
75,4

2.7
78.1

2.0
80.2

15.1
15.1

11.5
26.6

10.1
36.7

9.7
46.5

9.5
56.0

7.9
64.0

6.2
70.3

4.5
74.8

2.5
77.4

1.0
78.4

13.6
13.6

11.4
25.0

10.1
35.2

9.3
44.5

8.9
53.5

7.3
60.8

7.0
67.8

4.7
72.6

2.7
75.3

1.0
76.3

38.8
38.8

19.5
58.3

9.4
67.7

7,2
75.0

5.5
80.5

3.6
84.2

2.2 2
86.5

1.4
88.0

1.22
89.2

.82
90.1

38.3
38.3

19.4
57.7

9.6
67.3

6.9
74.3

5.4
79.7

4.0
83.7

2.3
86.0

1.4
87.5

1,3
88.8

.8
89.7

4.4
4.4

3.0
7.5

2.52
10.0

2.02
12.0

1.82
13.9

1.6
15.6

1.62
17.2

1.52
18.8

1.52
20.3

1.52
21.9

3.4
3.4

2.5
6.0

2.0
8.0

1,6
9.6

1.6
11.2

1.3
12.6

1.3
13.9

1.4
15.3

1.5
16.9

1.5
18.4

15.8
15.8

8.6
24.5

7.4
31.9

2.4
34.4

2.1
36.6

2.0
38.7

1.8
40.5

1.7
42.3

1.5
43.9

1.4
45.3

13.5
13.5

7.6
21.2

7.2
28.4

2.5
30.9

2.0
33.0

1.9
35.0

1.8
36.9

1.7
38.6

1.6
40.2

1.4
41.7

South Dakota (134)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Utah (56)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

,

..

.
,,

Vermont (27)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Virginia (165)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

.
....
,,

Washington (100)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
West Virginia (242)
Assets
Per organization . . . . . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . . . .
Cumulative
Wisconsin (483)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative ,




. ...

203

85. 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 1982
Wyoming (74)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.1
16.1

4.5
46.1

3.2
49.7

3.0
52.7

2.82
55.5

1.8
57.4

1.7
59.2

1.6
60.8

15.9
15.9

13.0
28.9

12.4
41.3

4.7
46.1

3.1
49.2

3.0
52.2

2.9
55.2

1.9
57.1

1.8
59.0

1.6
60.7

2.7
6.8

2.2
9.1

1.9
11.1

1.9
13.0

1.8
14.9

1.8
16.7

1.5
18.2

1.4
19.7

1.3
21.1

4.2
4.2

United States (12,417)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

12.6
41.9

4.0
4.0

. , . ...

13.2
29.3

1.9
6.1

1.9
8.1

1.9
10.1

1.4
11.5

1.1
12.6

1.4
14,1

1.4
15.5

1.1
16.7

.8
17.5

December 1982
Alabama (227)
Assets
Per organization . ,
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.0
16.0

Connecticut (50)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

204




14.4
29.4

12.0
41.4

10.5
52.0

5.2
57.3

1.6
58.9

1,3
60.3

1.3
61.6

1.3
62.9

.9
63.8

18.72
45.1

14.02
59.2

8.2
67.4

7.92
75.4

7.32
82.7

5.9
88.6

4.1
92.8

2.72
95.5

1.92
97 A

17.0
43.0

15.6
58.7

8.2
66.9

8.3
75.2

6.2
81.5

6.1
87.6

4.4
92.1

3.1
95.2

2.1
97.4

26.9
69.9

14.0
84.0

6.3
90.3

3.1
93.5

1.7
95.3

l.O 2
96.3

.S2
97.2

.62
97.8

.32
98.1

26.8
68.1

14.7
82.8

6.8
89.6

3.4
93.0

2.0
95.0

1.0
96.1

.9
97.1

.6
97.7

.3
98.1

3.6
11.5

3.5
15.0

3.3
18.4

2.3
20.7

2.0
22.7

1.92
24.6

1.8
26.4

1.8
28.3

1.6
29.9

2.4
9.7

2.8
12.5

3.0
15.5

1.9
17.5

2.0
19.5

1.9
21.5

1.9
23.4

1.5
25.0

1.6
26.6

13.2
47.3

10.1
57.5

9.0
66.5

8.6
75.2

3.1
78.4

1.8
80.2

1.5
81.8

1.1
83.0

.9
83.9

35.0
35.0

12.7
47.7

8.4
56.2

9.6
65.8

8.0
73.8

2.8
76.6

1.9
78.6

1.1
79.7

1.2
81.0

1.1
82.1

17.2
17.2

15.4
32.7

11.6
44.3

10.3
54.7

8.1
62.9

3.2
66.2

1.9
68.1

.9
69.1

.9
70.0

.82
70.8

16.1
16.1

...
. . . .

,82
66,6

34.1
34.1

. ...

1.22
65.7

7.2
7.2

..

1.2
64.5

7.9
7.9

Colorado (390)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

1.32
63.2

41.2
41.2

California (364)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

1.62
61.9

42.9
42.9

Arkansas (258)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

5.1
60.3

25.9
25.9

,

11.4
55.2

26.4
26.4

Arizona (41)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

12.8
43.7

15.0
15.0

Alaska (13)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

14,8
30.9

14.4
30.6

10.5
41.1

11.1
52.3

8.2
60.5

3.4
63.9

2.0
66.0

1.1
67.1

1.0
68.1

.9
69.0

25.1
25.1

22.7
47.8

8.7
56.5

7.5
64.1

5.8
69.9

5.4
75.3

4.8
80.2

4.4
84.6

1.32
85.9

.92
86,9

25.0
25.0

20.2
45.3

9.1
54.4

7.7
62.2

5.9
68.1

5.8
74.0

5.0
79.0

4.3
83.4

1.4
84.9

1.0
85.9

85. 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 1982
Delaware (30)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

22.82
22.8

17.9
40.7

12.42
53.2

10.2
63.4

9.62
73.1

5.2
78.3

4.2
82.5

2.82
85.4

2.1 2
87.5

2.02
89.6

23.1
23.1

14.2
37.4

14.6
52.0

11.9
63.9

12.1
76.1

6.0
82.2

3.7
85.9

2.4
88.4

.0
88.4

2.7
91.2

32.2
32.2

28.6
60.9

11.1
72.0

9.6
81.7

7.3
89.0

2.4
91.5

2.1
93.6

1.9
95.6

.72
96.3

.62
97.0

31.0
31.0

27.8
58.8

11.4
70.3

9.7
80.0

7.5
87.5

2.7
90.2

2.6
92.8

2.1
95.0

.9
95.9

.7
96.7

11.1
11.1

11.1
2.22

8.8
31.1

6.5
37.7

5.2
42.9

4.7
47.6

4.3
51.9

4.2
56.2

2.5
58.7

2.5
61.2

10.5
10.5

11.4
22.0

8.8
30.8

5.9
36.7

5.4
42.2

3.8
46.0

4.2
50.3

4.0
54.3

2.6
57.0

2.5
59.5

Georgia (355)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

18.6
18.6

14.8
33.4

13.5
46.9

4.6
51.6

4.2
55.9

3.4
59.3

2.1
61.5

2.0
63.6

.8
64.4

.7
65.2

17.3
17.3

12.8
30.2

12.2
42.4

4.0
46.5

4.6
51.1

3.0
54.2

2.4
56.6

2.2
58.8

.9
59.7

.6
60.4

Hawaii (14)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

40.9
40.9

31.5
72.4

7.52
79.9

6.7
86.7

5.0
91.7

3.72
95.5

2.72
98.2

.92
99.2

.52
99.7

.I 2
99.8

40.8
40.8

31.3
72.1

7.7
79.9

6.9
86.8

5.1
92.0

3.8
95.9

2.9
98.8

.9
99.7

.0
99.7

.1
99.8

Idaho (26)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

37.5
37.5

26.6
64.1

11.6
75.7

7.0
82.7

3.7
86.5

2.2 2
88.7

1.42
90.2

1.42
91.6

1.3
92.9

.9
93.9

36.1
36.1

25.8
61.9

12.0
73.9

7.6
81.6

4.0
85.6

2.3
88.0

1.6
89.6

1.5
91.1

1.4
92.5

1.0
93.6

Illinois (1,197)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

23.8
23.8

15.3
39.1

4.3
43.5

3.9
47.4

2.0
49.4

.9
50.3

.7
51.1

.4
51.5

.4
52.0

' .4
52.4

13.8
13.8

15.3
29.1

3.8
32.9

3.6
36.6

1.8
38.4

.9
39.3

.7
40.1

.5
40.7

.5
41.2

.5
41.7

7.4
7.4

7.3
14.7

5.0
19.8

L9
21.8

1.82
23.6

1.72
25.3

1.72
27.1

1.6
28.7

1.4
30.1

1.3
31.5

6.2
6.2

5.9
12.2

4.3
16.5

1.7
18.2

1.8
20.1

1.6
21.7

1.6
23.3

1.6
24.9

1.4
26.4

1.3
27.7

8.0
8.0

6.3
14.3

6.2
20.6

3.9
24.5

3.5
28.0

2.8
30.9

2.52
33.4

1.6
35.1

1.0
36.1

.9
37.0

7.0
7.0

5.9
12.9

6.5
19.4

3.6
23,1

3.7
26.8

2.4
29.2

2.1
31.3

1.6
32.9

.8
33.8

.7
34.5

...

5.8
5.8

2.8
8.7

1.7
10.4

1.7
12.1

1.5
13.7

1.5
15.2

1.3
16.6

I?!?

1.0
18.8

1.0
19.8

...

5.0
5.0

2.4
7.5

1.5
9.1

1.3
10.4

1.0
11.5

1.3
12.9

1.3
14.3

1.1
15.4

.8
16.2

1.0
17.3

District of Columbia (17)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

....

Florida (309)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

,

....

...

Indiana (402)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

".....

Iowa (554)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Kansas (614)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




205

85* 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
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

December 1982
Kentucky (342)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

.s2

12.0
12.0

10.1
22.2

6.1
28.3

3.7
32.1

2.62
34.8

1.1
35.9

.92
36.9

.92
37.9

.92
38.8

39.7

10.2
10.2

8.2
18.5

5.5
24.0

3.0
27.0

2.5
29.5

1.2
30.7

.9
31.7

1.0
32,7

.9
33.7

.7
34.4

6.6
6.6

4.2
10.9

4.1
15.0

3.1
18.1

3.1
21.3

3.0
24.3

2.4
26.8

2.1
28.9

2.0
30.9

2.0
33.0

6.0
6.0

3.5
9.6

3.5
13.2

3.1
16.3

2.8
19.2

2.7
21.9

2.5
24.5

2.0
26.6

2.0
28.6

1.9
30.6

17.0
17.0

16.7
33.8

15.1
49.0

14.12
63.1

14.0
77.1

7.2
84.3

2J 2
86.4

2.0
88.4

1.62
90.1

1.62
91.7

17.2
17.2

16.2
33.5

14.5
48.0

14.1
62.2

14.6
76.9

6.6
83.5

2.2
85.7

2.0
87.8

1.7
89.6

1.7
91.4

Maryland (75)
Assets
Per organization . . . . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
.

21.8
21.8

13.6
35.4

12.1
47.6

10.8
58.4

8.4
66.9

7.6
74.5

4.0
78.6

1.9
80.6

1.41
82.0

1.1'
83.1

18.2
18.2

12.0
30.3

13.2
43.5

11.0
54.6

9.2
63.8

7.0
70.9

4.5
75.4

2.2
77.7

1.6
79.3

1.2
80.6

Massachusetts (82)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

28.3
28.3

14.1
42.4

12,0
54.5

10.2
64.8

9.8
74.6

3.4
78.0

1.9
80.0

1.82
81.8

1.8
83.6

1.5
85.2

21.5
21.5

14.3
35.9

12.9
48.8

12.4
61.3

8.7
70.0

4.2
74.2

2.5
76.7

1.6
78.4

2.2
80.6

1.6
82.3

18.7
18.7

12.2
30.9

11.7
42.7

9.0
51.7

6.7
58.5

3.9
62.4

2.0
64.4

1.8
66.3

1.8
68.1

1.7
69.9

15.3
15.3

12.1
27.4

12.1
39.6

8.5
48.1

7.2
55.4

4.0
59.4

2.1
61.5

2.0
63.6

2.0
65.6

1.9
67.5

30.3
30.3

23.2
53.6

4.1
57.8

2.0
59.8

1.8
61.7

.9
62.7

.6
63.3

.52
63.9

.4
64.3

.32
64.7

25.6
25.6

22.0
47.7

4.3
52.0

2.2
54.3

1.7
56.0

.9
57.0

.7
57.7

.6
58.3

.5
58.8

.4
59.3

14.8
14.8

10.5
25.3

3.72
29.1

3.5
32.6

3.42
36.1

2.7
38.8

2.32
41.1

2.12
43.2

1.62
44.9

1.62
46.5

11.7
11.7

9.9
21.6

3.9
25.5

3.7
29.3

3.5
32.8

3.0
35.8

2.2
38.0

2.2
40.3

1.7
42.0

1.7
43.8

13.5
13.5

12.0
25.6

8.7
34.3

6.6
41.0

6.6
47.7

5.8
53.5

2.2
55.7

2.0
57.8

2.0
59.8

1.9
61.8

11.8
11.8

10.4
22.2

8.3
30.6

5.7
36.4

5.9
42.3

5.8
48.2

2.2
50.5

2.1
52.6

1.9
54.6

2.0
56.6

24.8
24.8

12.0
36.9

6.8
43.7

6.5
50.2

4.9
.55.2

4.2
59.5

2.5
62.0

1.6
63.6

1.2
64.8

1.0
65.9

24.0
24.0

11.8
35.8

6.2
42.0

6.5
48.6

5.2
53.8

4.2
58.0

2.3
60.4

1.6
62.1

1.3
63.4

1.0
64.4

,.

Louisiana (277)
Assets
Per organization . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . .
Cumulative

...

Maine (22)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
.
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

.

Michigan (208)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

,

Minnesota (624)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . .

•

..

Montana (108)
Assets
Per organization
..
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
. . .

206




..

...

Mississippi (168)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Missouri (475)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

...

.

...

...

85. 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 1982
Nebraska (461)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

8.5
8.5

3.1
29.8

1.2
31.0

3.0
32.0

.8
32.9

.8
33.8

.7
34.6

6.2
14.0

5.0
19.0

3.6
22.7

2.4
25.1

1.1
26.2

.7
27.0

.9
28.0

.9
28.9

.7
29.6

51.3
51.3

20.6
72.0

12.0
84.0

7. 1 2
91.1

3.82
94.9

2.42
97.3

.8
98.2

.42
98.6

.42
99.0

.32
99.4

...

52.2
52.2

19.6
71.9

12.6
84.5

6.7
91.2

3.8
95.1

2.5
97.6

.7
98,4

.4
98.8

.3
99.1

.2
99.4

16.5
16.5

13.5
30.0

7.3
37.4

7.3
44.7

4.32
49.0

3.32
52.4

3. 1 2
55.5

2.72
58.2

2.1
60.4

2.02
62.4

16.2
16.2

13.4
29.6

7.5
37.2

6.9
44.1

4.5
48.7

3.5
52.2

2.9
55.2

2.7
57.9

2.0
59.9

2.0
62.0

10.7
10.7

9.5
20.2

8.0
28.2

7.5
35.8

4.0
39.9

3.4
43.3

3.4
46.7

3.2
49.9

3.0
52,9

3.02
55.9

9.6
9.6

9.5
19.1

7.9
27.0

7.4
34.5

4.1
38.6

3.4
42.0

3.5
45.6

3.2
48.8

2.7
51.5

3.0
54.5

23.2
23.2

11.3
34.5

10.22
44.7

8.2
53.0

5.4
58.5

3.6
62.1

2.5
64.6

2. 1 2
66.8

1.7
68.5

1.62
70.2

23.2
23.2

New Hampshire (56)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

4.1
26.6

....

11.2
34.4

8.7
43.2

8.6
51.8

5,2
57.1

3.7
60.9

2.6
63.5

1.9
65.5

1.9
67.4

1.5
69.0

16.4
16.4

13.1
29.6

11.8
41.4

10.6
52.1

9.7
61.8

8.4
70.3

4.6
75.0

4.0
79.1

2.8
81.9

1.7
83.6

13.3
13.3

13.6
27.0

1-2.0
39.0

10.4
49.4

9.0
58.5

6.8
65.3

5.0
70.3

3.9
74.3

3.0
77.3

2.1
79.4

23.1
23.1

20.6
43.8

18.2
62.0

7.0
69.1

5.5
74.6

4.5
79.2

2.8
82.1

2.7
84.8

2.2 2
87.1

1.52
88.7

21.5
21.5

19.8
41.4

14.1
55.6

7.9
63.5

6.5
70.0

5.3
75.3

3.3
78.7

3.3
82.1

2.7
84.8

1.8
86.7

16.6
16.6

14.6
31.2

6.5
37.7

2.8
40.5

2.62
43.2

2.1
45.3

1.9
47.3

1.52
48.9

1.32
50.2

1.3
51.6

16.3
16.3

15.0
31.4

6.4
37.8

2.6
40.5

2.5
43.1

2.0
45.1

2.0
47.1

1.3
48.5

1.2
49.7

1.1
50.9

9.1
9.1

.

6.2
22.4

7.8
7.8

Nevada (14)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

7.6
16.1

9.1
18.3

8.9
27.2

8.3
35.6

7.2
42.9

6.2
49.1

4.2
53.4

4.1
57.5

3.4
60.9

2.7
63.7

9.3
9.3

7.6
16.9

8.3
25.3

8.2
33.5

7.2
40.7

6.3
47.0

4.0
51.1

4.0
55.2

2.8
58.0

2.6
60.7

10.1
10.1

7.5
17.7

5.0
22.8

4.3
27.1

3.0
30.2

1.2
31.4

1.2
32.7

1.1
33.8

.9
34.8

.9
35.7

8.9
8.9

6.7
15.7

4.7
20.4

3.9
24.3

2.8
27.2

1.2
28.4

1.3
29.8

1.0
30.8

1.0
31.8

.9
32.8

,
,

New Jersey (118)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

...

New Mexico (63)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .
New York (178)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
North Carolina (70)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
North Dakota (142)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .
Ohio (276)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Oklahoma (515)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




...
.
...

...

....

.,

...

207

85. 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 1982
Oregon (83)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

36.4
36.4

Rhode Island (17)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Texas (1,1 54)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Vermont (27)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Virginia (157)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

208



..

l.t
86.4

.9
87.3

.6
88.0

.6
88.6

7.2
24.0

5.3
29.3

4.6
34.0

4.0
38.0

3.4
41.4

33
44.8

3.1
47.9

2.4
50.4

2.4
52.9

6.4
18.8

4.8
23.7

3.7
27.4

3.2
30.7

3.3
34.0

3.1
37.2

3.2
40.4

2.8
43.3

2.2
45.6

43.2
43.2

24.2
67.5

23.6
91.1

3.3
94.5

1.82
96.3

.8
97.2

.5
97.8

.5
98.3

.4
98.8

.3
99.1

23.8
64.7

25.2
89.9

3.7
93.7

2.1
95.9

1.0
96.9

.6
97.5

.6
98.1

.4
98.6

.4
99.0

15.6
35.1

13.72
48.8

12.5
61.4

8.1
69.5

4.1 2
73.7

2,22
75.9

1.22
77.2

1.22
78.4

1.22
79.6

17.6
17.6

15.5
33.2

13.1
46.3

12.0
58.4

9.1
67.6

4.5
72.1

2.2
74.3

1.3
75.7

1.3
77,1

1,3
78.4

15.4
47.7

11.5
59.2

2.6
61.9

2.3
64.3

1.9
66.2

1.4
67.6

1.2
68.8

1.1
70.0

1.0
71.0

18.0
39.7

12.9
52.6

2.9
55.6

2.7
58.4

2.2
60.6

1.6
62.2

1.4
63.6

1.2
64.9

1.2
66,2

11.0
22.9

7.9
30.8

7.8
38.6

5.4
44.1

3.0
47.1

2.72
49.8

2.02
51.8

1.3
53.2

1.1
54.3

10.5
21.6

7.6
29.3

7.4
36.8

4.4
41.2

2.6
43.9

2.5
46.5

1.8
48.3

1.3
49.6

1.1
50.8

10.2
22.6

9.7
32.3

9.4
41.8

6.2
48.0

4.2
52.2

3.9
56.1

3.0
59.1

1.9
61.1

1.6
62.7

9.5
20.0

9.8
29.8

8.2
38.0

5.5
43.6

4.5
48.1

4.1
52.3

2.9
55.2

2.0
57.2

1.5
58.8

21.6
52.9

10.5
63.4

7.4
70.9

6.6
77.6

3.62
81.2

3.4
84.7

1.9
86.6

1.0
87.6

.8
88.5

21.3
51.6

10.7
62.3

7.3
69.7

6.9
76.6

3.5
80.2

3.4
83.7

2.0
85.7

1.0
86.7

.9
87,7

22.9
22.9
.

1.1
85.2

30.2
30.2

Utah (55)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

2.5
84.1

31.2
31.2

...

5.1
81.5

10.4
10.4

Tennessee (299)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

7.2
76.4

12.3
12.3

South Dakota (132)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

35.1
69.2

11.1
11.1

..

.5
89.4

11.8
11.8

.

.62
88.9

21.7
21.7

,

.9
88.3

32.2
32.2

South Carolina (78)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

1.0
87.3

19.5
19.5

..

1.2
86.3

40.9
40.9

.
.

2.22
85.1

12.4
12.4

Pennsylvania (346)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

4.5
82.8

34.1
34.1

....

7.0
78.3

16.7
16.7

...

34.8
71.3

11. 82
34.7

11.2
45.9

11. 12
57.1

8.5
65.6

4.92
70.6

3.7
74.3

2.8
11 A

2.3
79.4

1.82
81.3

23.3
23.3

11.3
34.6

11.3
46.0

11.1
57.2

8.3
65.5

4.8
70.4

3.7
74.1

2,1
76.9

2.3
79.2

1.8
81.1

16.0
16.0

12.7
28.8

10.4
39.3

9.6
48.9

9.5
58.4

8.4
66.9

6.2
73.2

4.5
77.7

2.3
80.0

1.0
81.1

14.3
14.3

12.7
27.1

10.2
37.4

9.1
46.6

9.3
55.9

8.3
64.2

6.9
71.2

4.7
75.9

2.5
78.4

1.0
79.4

85. 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 1982
Washington (102)
Assets
Per organisation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

35.0
35.0

20.2
55.3

10.0
65.3

8.0
73.3

5.6
78.9

4.0
83.0

2.42
85.4

1.5
87.0

1.22
88.3

.92
89.2

33.7
33.7

19.8
53.6

10.3
63.9

7.6
71.5

5.8
77.4

4.4
81.9

2.5
84.4

1.6
86.1

1.3
87.4

.9
88.4

West Virginia (240)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

3.9
3.9

3.6
7.6

2.6
10.2

1.92
12.2

1.92
14.2

1.82
16.0

1.72
17.8

1.7
19.5

1.42
21.0

1.42
22.4

3.3
3.3

2.9
6.3

2.0
8.4

1.7
10.1

1.8
12.0

1.6
13.6

1.4
15.0

1.4
16.4

1.4
17.9

1.4
19.4

Wisconsin (481)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . .

13.6
13.6

9.4
23.1

7.6
30.8

2.4
33.3

2.4
35.7

2.0
37.8

1.8
39.7

1.7
41.4

1.5
43.0

1.5
44.5

11.9
11.9

8.0
19,9

7.3
27.3

2.5
29.8

2.3
32.2

1.9
34,1

1.9
36.1

1.7
37.8

1.6
39.4

1.5
41.0

Wyoming (72)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization ,
Cumulative

15.5
15.5

12.9
28.5

12.4
40.9

4.2
45.1

3.3
48.4

3.1
51.6

2.7 2
54.3

2.3
56.6

2.1
58.8

1.8
60.6

15.4
15.4

12.8
28.2

12.1
40.4

4.2
44.7

3.3
48.0

3.1
51.1

2.8
53.9

2.4
56.4

2.2
58.6

1.8
60.5

United States (12,332)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . .

3.9
3.9

3.0
7.0

2.3
9.3

2.0
11.4

1.9
13.3

1.9
15.3

1.7
17.0

1.6
18.7

1.5
20.2

1.4
21.7

4.1
4.1

1.9
6.0

1.8
7.9

1.6
9.6

2.0
11.6

1.4
13.1

1.3
14.4

.9
15.3

1.5
16.8

.9
17.7




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...

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86. 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, 1982 , domestic data only
Banking offices
Total
Banks
Branches
Amounts (millions
of dollars)
Assets
Deposits

36,903
2,917
30,209

54,892
14,543
40,349

67.2

18,420
918
17,502

13,493
2,426
11,067

4,990
3,350
1,640

1,531,055
1,108,454

1,862,724
1,394,089

82.2
79.5

791,423
552,543

398,528
301,253

341,104
254,659

13,660
2,426
11,234

5,103
3,350
1,753

421,148
322,188

380,258
298,617

December 31, 1982, including foreign data
Banking offices
Total
Banks . . . .
Branches
Amounts (millions
of dollars)
Assets
Deposits . .

37,997
6,694
31,303

55,948
14,543
41,405

67.9

19,234
918
18,316

1,855,900
1,414,548

2,188,419
1,701,033

84.8
83.2

1,054,494
793,744

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, 1982 , domestic data only
Total (4,558
companies) . . .
Member
Nonmember . . . .

4,289

6,694
2,796
3,898

30,209
21,397
8,812

36,903
24,193
12,710

1,531,055
1,245,583
285,472

1,108,454
864,187
244,268

Multibank
Member
Monmember . . . .

487

2,917
1,552
1,365

15,856
12,207
3,649

18,773
13,759
5,014

929,164
806,261
122,903

639,018
534,206
104,812

One-bank
Member
Nonmember . . . .

3,8024

3,777
1,244
2,533

14,353
9,190
5,163

18,130
10,434
7,696

601,891
439,322
162,569

469,436
329,981
139,455

14,543

40,349

54,892

1,862,724

1,394,089

All commercial
banks

December 31, 1982, including foreign data
Total (4,558
companies) . . .
Member .
Nonmember . . . .

4,289

6,694
2,796
3,898

31,303
22,448
8,855

37,997
25,244
12,753

1,855,900
1,564,660
291,241

1,414,548
1,163,732
250,817

Multibank . .
Member
Nonmember . . . .

487

2,917
1,552
1,365

16,616
12,956
3,660

19,533
14,508
5,025

1,157,187
1,033,019
124,168

854,338
747,828
106,511

One-bank
Member
Nonmember . . . .

3,8024

3,777
1,244
2,533

14,687
9,492
5,195

18,464
10,736
7,728

698,713
531,640
167,073

560,210
415,904
144,306

14,543

41,405

55,948

2,188,419

1,701,033

AH commercial
banks

210




86. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state
Number of offices
Number
of
holding
companics5

State, and class of bank

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, 1982 domestic data only
50 states and District of
Columbia—Total
Member
Nonmember

4,558

Alaska
Member
Nonmember

...

30,209
21,397
8,812

36,903
24,193
12,710

67.2
77.1
54.0

1,531,055
1,245,583
285,472

39

39

108
54
54

486
386
100

594
440
154

61.3
76.8
38.9

4

5
2
3

54
43
11

59
45
14

7

7
2

566
392
174

40

.

6,694
2,796
3,898

5

Alabama
Member
Nonmember

4,289

..

Arizona
Member
Nonmember

11

Arkansas
Member
Nonmember

67

5
64

68
28

82.2 1,108,454
89.0
864,187
61.5
244,268

79.5
86.8
61.2

13,857
11.679
2,178

68.3
79.5
38.9

10,849
8,973
1,875

65.9
77.5
38.4

43.7
51.7
29.2

1,507
1,008
499

44.7
52.2
34.6

1,196
779
417

44.8
52.8
35.0

573
394
179

88.7
99.0
72.2

15,893
11,639
4,254

95.6
99.7
85.7

12,776
9,133
3,642

95.3
99.7
85.9

194
116
78

262
144
118

38.1
51.2
29.0

6,506
4,439
2,067

47.7
58.3
34.3

5,215
3,457
1,758

46.1
56.7
33.7

131

104

114
26
88

4,147
3,167
980

4,261
3,193
1,068

86.2
94.4
68.6

203,615
176,021
27,594

94.3
98.0
75.9

154,439
130,790
23,649

93.6
97.8
75.8

Colorado
Member
Nonmember

148

141

281
172

109

120
77
43

401
249
152

72.4
77.6
65.2

18,140
15,073
3,068

89.3
91.6
79.4

14,512
11,807
2,706

89.1
90.9
82.1

Connecticut
Member
Nonmember

9

9

13
4
9

407
233
174

420
237
183

67.1
72.3
61.4

12,894
7,942
4,951

80.0
85.7
72.3

10,217
6,098
4,119

78.5
84.3
71.2

Delaware
Member
Nonmember

16

11

12
9
3

36
1
35

48
10
38

26.8
43.5
24,4

3,609
3,102
507

48.5
96.5
12.0

2,125
1,765
360

42.8
94.7
11.6

District of Columbia
Member
Nonmember

15

10

10
10

153
153

163
163

90.1
91.6

8,223
8,223

96.4
97.2

6,274
6,274

96.0
96.8

106

91

268
140
128

1,382
956
426

1,650
1,096
554

77.0
85.1
64.7

49,382
36,561
12,820

83.1
89.9
68.5

40,702
29,592
11,110

82.8
90.0
68.1

88

82

146
38
108

729
511
218

875
549
326

64.1
88.0
43.9

23,319
18,481
4,838

77.8
94.5
46.4

17,215
12,973
4,242

74.6
93.3
46.3

5

4

4
4

138
138

142
142

71.7
77.2

5,177
5,177

84.3
86.9

4,591
4,591

84.3
87.0

Idaho
Member
Nonmember

11

11

12
4
8

230
179
51

242
183
59

84.0
87.1
75.6

5.340
4,513
827

90.8
92,8
81.1

4,336
3,602
734

90.0
92.1
81.1

Illinois
Member .
Nonmember

436

417

476
177
299

333
168
165

809
345
464

42.5
44.0
41.4

100,519
84,923
15,596

77.2
85.5
50.4

65,908
52,237
13,671

71.8
80.8
50.4

111

108

108
42

603
351
252

711
393
318

44.1
49.3
38.9

18,661
12,411
6,250

51.5
56.4
43.8

14,698
9.287
5,412

49.2
53.4
43.4

California
Member
Nonmember

..

Florida
Member
Nonmember
Georgia
Member
Nonmember

,
..

...

.

. . .

Hawaii
Member
Nonmember

Indiana
Member
Nonmember




.

..

66

211

86. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Assets

Number of offices

Deposits

Banks and branches
Number
of

State, and class of bank

holding
companies5

Number
of
holding
company

Banks

Branches

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, 1982, domestic data only
Iowa
Member
Nonmember

306

288
...
...

382
92
290

416
140
276

798
232
566

66.2
72.5
63.9

17,734
8,154
9,580

69.6
73.8
66.4

14,791
6,406
8,384

68.9
72.6
66.2

Kansas
Member
Nonmember

388

372
...
...

380
110
270

180
75
105

560
185
375

66.8
69.5
65.6

14,669
7,464
7,204

74.8
80.1
70.0

12,212
5,927
6,285

73.8
78.6
69.8

Kentucky
Member
Nonmember

81

81
...
...

82
22
60

334
236
98

416
258
158

37.7
56.6
24.4

11,810
9,089
2,720

50.4
70.5
25.8

8,842
6,458
2,384

46.8
66.2
26.1

Louisiana
Member
Nonmember

92

92
...
...

89
26
63

469
258
211

558
284
274

48-4
66.7
37.7

18,985
12,766
6,219

61.6
79.0
42.4

15,464
10,051
5,412

59.8
77.1
42.2

Maine
Member
Nonmember

6

6
...
...

19
6
13

237
90
147

256
96
160

64.5
45.9
85.1

2,810
999
1,812

72.2
55.2
87.0

2,299
796
1,503

71.5
54.0
86.4

Maryland
Member
Nonmember

21

13
...
...

32
14
18

843
605
238

875
619
256

77.3
86.9
61.0

16,245
11,534
4,711

83.9
90.8
70.7

12,107
8,258
3,849

81.4
88.8
69.2

26

23
...
...

77
45
32

1^6
426
370

873
471
402

76.8
78.5
74.9

32,394
24,217
8,177

89.4
94.5
77.1

22,418
15,456
6,962

87.7
92.8
78.2

Michigan
Member
Nonmember

46

41
...
...

206
126
80

1,719
1,338
381

1,925
1,464
461

74.9
8K6
59.5

46,866
40,415
6,451

82.8
89.2
57.1

37,424
31,634
5,790

81.3
88.0
57.5

Minnesota
Member
Nonmember

332

325
...
...

463
170
293

266
136
130

729
306
423

67.1
78.3
60.9

31,353
23,433
7,919

85.2
92.3
69.3

23,277
16,294
6,984

83.1
90.9
69.1

Mississippi
Member
Nonmember

47

47
...
...

46
14
32

332
197
135

378
211
167

41.9
59.6
30.5

6,842
4,698
2,144

50.1
71.2
30.4

5,501
3,600
1,901

47.7
68.1
30.5

Missouri
Member
Nonmember

225

209
...
...

467
116
351

380
121
259

847
237
610

68.8
79.3
65.4

34,696
20,136
14,560

84.6
93.1
75.1

25,962
13,475
12,487

82.5
91.2
74.8

Montana
Member
Nonmember

56

48
...
...

107
61
46

32
24
8

139
85
54

68.5
68.0
69.2

5,100
3,802
1,298

82.9
83.7
80.5

4,303
3,162
1,141

82.1
82.7
80.5

Nebraska
Member
Nonmember

293

286
...
...

292
90
202

130
73
57

422
163
259

67.8
75.8
63.6

11,322
7,582
3,740

81.0
89.4
68.0

9,136
5,813
3,323

79.9
88.3
68.6

4

3
...
...

4
3
1

137
135
2

141
138
3

79.7
99.3
7.9

3,892
3,853
38

84.9
99.6
5.3

3,358
3,327
31

85.4
99.7
5.2

8

8
...
...

24
18
6

98
69
29

122
87
35

48.2
58.0
34.0

2,007
1,483
524

51.5
66.3
31.6

1,717
1,250
467

50.8
65.7
31.7

27
...

25
...
...

58
39
19

1,021
822
199

1,079
861
218

60.7
62.7
54.0

27,983
23,421
4,563

67.1
69.6
56.5

22,767
18,848
3,919

65.9
68.4
SS.9

Massachusetts
Member
Nonmember

Nevada
Member
Nonmember
New Hampshire
Member
Nonmember
New Jersey
Member
Nonmember

212



,

...

86. 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

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of all
commercial
bank
deposits

5,291
3,339
1,951

68.1
65.1
74.1

4,602
2,887
1,715

69.4
66,9
74.1

88.9
90.1
76.1

318,634
303,277
15,358

97.2
97.9
85.2

185,210
173,936
11,273

96.4
97.0
87.3

1,449
761
688

77.8
88.2
68.8

25,818
19,465
6,354

86.6
94.6
68.8

18,384
12,998
5,386

84.2
93.2
68.2

83

94
32
62

207
62
145

67.4
71.3
65.9

4,304
2,079
2,224

74.4
76.4
72.6

3,753
1,816
1,937

74.5
76.9
72.3

121
90
31

1,780
1,608
172

1,901
1,698
203

71.7
74.7
53.8

50,408
47,653
2,755

80.7
83.2
53.2

37,158
34,799
2,360

78.1
80.8
52.5

292

292
129
163

131
74
57

423
203
220

60.3
62.7
58.2

23,567
17,068
6,499

79.4
84.1
69.4

19,680
13,899
5,781

78.5
83.1
69.3

14

12

25
10

549
357
192

574
367
207

82.7
93.6
68.5

13,096
10,242
2,854

92.4
97.3
78.1

10,560
8,072
2,488

91.9
97.1
78.2

Pennsylvania
Member
....
Nonmember

59

59

60
29

31

1,818
1,034
784

1,878
1,063
815

62.6
61.3
64.4

76,687
54,932
21,755

77.8
81.3
70.0

54,171
36,268
17,903

73.8
76.4
69.1

Rhode Island
Member
....
Nonmember

11

10

11
4
7

214
114
100

225
118
107

90.4
98.3
82.9

7,556
5,310
2,246

97.4
99.7
92.3

5,699
3,865
1,834

97.0
99.7
91.8

6

6

6
4
2

414
323
91

420
327
93

49.3
79.8
21.0

5,780
4,934
847

56.3
85.7
18.8

4,558
3,787
770

54,9
84,7
20.1

54

54

74
33
41

132
104
28

206
137
69

65.8
78.3
50.0

7,380
6,447
933

84.0
89.8
58.0

5,456
4,627
829

81.4
87.8
57.8

85

80

132
43

89

624
349
275

756
392
364

55.0
76.9
42.

18,528
13,185
5,343

65.9
84.9
42.5

14,603
9,920
4,682

63.8
83.7
42.4

433

395

845
441
404

227
68
159

1,072
509
563

55.6
56.6
54.8

123,496
92,958
30,538

80.8
85.1
69.9

94,863
68,312
26,552

78.8
83.2
69.5

24

23

31
14
17

301
247
54

332
261
71

83.8
92.2
62,8

7,115
5,998
1,117

89.0
93.3
71.5

5,787
4,861
925

88.6
93.2
70.4

7

7

8
1
7

89
6
83

97
7
90

46.6
11.9
60.4

1,510
67
1,443

52.6
9.9
65.8

1,350
61
1,289

53.0
10.0
66.3

18

14

62
57

1,222
1,135
87

1,284
1,192
92

76.8
83.2
38.5

24,880
23,237
1,643

83.4
87.8
48.9

19,946
18,524
1,421

81.9
86.6
48.3

Number
of
holding
companics5

Number
of
holding
company
groups2-5

30

28

57
33
24

199
107
92

256
140
116

71.5
72.2
70.7

80

48

88
56
32

3,041
2,847
194

3,129
2,903
226

11

11

12
5
7

1,437
756
681

North Dakota
Member
Nonmember

79

78

113
30

Ohio
Member
Nonmember

37

36

Oklahoma
....
Member
Nonmember

301

Oregon
Member
. . . *.
Nonmember

State, and class of bank

Banks

Branches

As a percentage
of all
commercial
banking
offices

Total

In
millions
of
dollars

December 31, 1982 domestic data only
New Mexico
Member
Nonmember

,.

New York
Member
Nonmember

.

North Carolina . . . .
Member
Nonmember

.
...
....

15

...

South Carolina
Member
Nonmember
South Dakota
t
Member
Nonmember . . . .
Tennessee
Member
..
Nonmember ,

.

Texas .
Member
Nonmember
Utah
Member
Nonmember

..

....

Vermont
Member
....
Nonmember
Virginia
*
Member
Nonmember

.




....

5

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86. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Assets

Number of offices

Deposits

Banks and branches
Number
of
holding
companics5

17

17

19
12

12

12

144

141

45

State, and class of bank

Number
of
holding
company
groups2-5

44

Banks

Branches

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

December31, 1982, domestic data only
Washington
Member
Nonmember

7

.

West Virginia
Member
Nonmember

. ..

Wisconsin
Member
Nonmember

..

Wyoming
Member
Nonmember

654
629
25

673
641
32

67,0
94.0
9.9

21,077
20,509
569

86.0
97.5
16.4

16,690
16,201
488

85.1
97.2
16.5

13
10
3

9
8
1

22
18
4

6.8
9.4
3.0

1,797
1,721
76

15.0
21.0
2.0

1,277
1,210
66

12.8
18.2
2.0

281
75

206

..

302
120
182

583
195
388

51.1
61.1
47.1

19,290
11,269
8,021

64.2
75.2
53.3

15,026
8,154
6,871

61.7
72.1
52.8

84
60
24

4
1
3

88
61
27

76.5
75.3
79.4

3,494
2,833
661

85.1
85.4
83.4

3,053
2,468
584

85.1
85.4
83.6

84.8 1,414,548
91.1 1,163,732
250,817
61.9

83.2
89.9
61.8

December 31, 1982, including foreign data
50 states and District of
Columbia—Total
Member
Nonmember
..

6,694
2,796
3 898

31,303
22,448
8,855

37,997
25,244
12,753

39

108
54

489
389
100

597
443
154

61.4
76.9
38.9

14,004
11,826
2,178

68.6
79.7
38.9

11,011
9,136
1,875

66.2
77.8
38.4

3

55
44
11

60
46
14

44.1
52.3
29.2

1,508
1,009
499

44.7
52.2
34.6

1,197
779
417

44.8
52.8
35.0

54

..

Alaska
Member
Nonmember

5

4

5
2

67.9 1,855,900
77.9 1,564,660
291,241
54.2

7

7
2
5

571
395
176

578
397
181

88.8
99.0
72.4

15,931
11,659
4,272

95.6
99.7
85.8

12,813
9,154
3,660

95.4
99.7
85.9

64

68
28

194
116
78

262
144
118

38.1
51.2
29.0

6,506
4,439
2,067

47.7
58.3
34.3

5,215
3,457
1,758

46.1
56.7
33.7

4,329
3,340
989

4,443
3,366
1,077

87.0
94.6
69.4

262,551
234,824
27,727

95.4
98.5
75.6

207,805
183,763
24,042

95.1
98.4
75.8

109

. ..

11

67

Arizorta
Member
Nonmember
Arkansas
Member
Nonmember

4,289

39

Alabama
Member
Nonmember

4,558

122
79
43

403
251
152

72.5
77.7
65.2

18,324
15,257
3,068

89.4
91.7
79.4

14,749
12,044
2,706

89.2
91.0
82.1

40

.

California
Member
Nonmember

...

131

104

114
26

88

Colorado
Member
Nonmember

148

Connecticut
Member
Nonmember

9

9

13
4
9

415
237
178

428
241
187

67.4
72.4
61.9

13,214
8,230
4,984

80.2
85.7
72.5

10,535
6,384
4,151

78.7
84.4
71.3

16

11

12
9
3

37
2
35

49
11
38

27.2
45.8
24.4

3,931
3,424
507

50.6
96.8
12.0

2,444
2,084
360

46.2
95.5
11.6

15

10

10
10

160
160

170
170

90.4
91.9

10,274
10,274

97.1
97.7

8,289
8,289

96.9
97.6

106

91

268
140
128

1,393
966
427

1,661
1,106
555

77.1
85.2
64.8

49,853
37,033
12,820

83.3
90.0
68.5

41,165
30,054
11,110

82.9
90.2
68.1

Delaware
Member
Nonmember

....

District of Columbia
Member
Nonmember

141

...

Florida
Member
Nonmember

214



... .

281
172

86. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Assets

Number of offices

Deposits

Banks and branches
As a percentage
of all
commercial
bank
assets

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of all
commercial
bank
deposits

23,700
18,862
4,838

78.1
94.6
46.4

17,578
13,336
4,242

75.0
93.4
46,3

76.4

5,768

85.7

5,166

85.8

Number
of
holding
companics5

Number
of
holding
company
groups2-5

88

82

146
38
108

736
518
218

882
556
326

64.2
88.1
43.9

5

State, and class of bank

4

4

151

155

Banks

Branches

Total

As a percentage
of all
commercial
banking
offices

In
millions
of
dollars

December 31, 1982, including foreign data
Georgia
Member
Nonmember
Hawaii
Member
Nonmember

..

.
'.'.'.

., .

4

151

'l55

82.0

5,768

88. i

5,'l66

88.3

Idaho
Member
Nonmember

11

11

12
4
8

230
179
51

242
183
59

84.0
87.1
75.6

5,340
4,513
827

90.8
92.8
81.1

4,336
3,602
734

90.0
92.1
81.1

Illinois
Member
Nonmember

436

417

476
177
299

408
243
165

884
420
464

44.6
48.9
41.4

128,389
112,792
15,596

81.2
88.7
50.4

98,239
84,568
13,671

79.1
87.2
50.4

Indiana
Member
Nonmember

111

108

108
42
66

608
356
252

716
398
318

44.2
49.6
38.9

18,922
12,673
6,250

51.8
56.9
43.8

14,954
9,543
5,412

49.7
54.1
43.4

Iowa
Member
Nonmember

306

288

382
92
290

417
141
276

799
233
566

66.2
72.6
63.9

17,755
8,175
9,580

69.6
73.8
66.4

14,841
6,456
8,384

68.9
72.8
66.2

Kansas
Member
Nonmember

388

372

380
110
270

180
75
105

560
185
375

66.8
69,5
65.6

14,669
7,464
7,204

74.8
80.1
70.0

12,212
5,927
6,285

73.8
78.6
69.8

Kentucky
Member
Nonmember

81

81

82
22
60

336
238
98

418
260
158

37.8
56.8
24.4

11,941
9,220
2,720

50.7
70.8
25.8

8,941
6,557
2,384

47.1
66.5
26.1

92

92

89
26
63

472
261
211

561
287
274

48.5
66.9
37.7

19,050
12,832
6,219

61.7
79.0
42.4

15,513
10,101
5,412

59.8
77.1
42.2

6

6

19
6
13

237
90
147

256
96
160

64.5
45.9
85.1

2,810
999
1,812

72.2
55.2
87.0

2,299
796
1,503

71.5
54.0
86.4

Maryland
Member
Nonmember

21

13

32
14
18

850
612
238

882
626
256

77.4
87.1
61.0

17,063
12,352
4,711

84.6
91.4
70.7

12,910
9,060
3,849

82.4
89.7
69.2

Massachusetts
Member
Nonmember

26

23

77
45
32

858
488
370

935
533
402

78.0
80.5
74.9

40,847
32,670
8,177

91.4
95.9
77.1

29,910
22,948
6,962

90.5
95.0
78.2

46

41

206
126
80

1,733
1,352
381

1,939
1,478
461

75.1
81.7
59.6

49,194
42,743
6,451

83.5
89.7
57.1

39,608
33,818
5,790

82.2
88.7
57.5

332

325

463
170
293

274
144
130

737
314
423

67.4
78.7
60.9

33,404
25,485
7,919

85.9
92.9
69.3

25,301
18,318
6,984

84.2
91.8
69.1

47

47

46
14
32

333
198
135

379
212
167

42.0
59.7
30.5

6,886
4,742
2,144

50.3
71.4
30.4

5,541
3,640
1,901

47.9
68.3
30.5

225

209

467
116
351

386
127
259

853
243
610

68.9
79.7
65.4

35,204
20,644
14,560

84.8
93.3
75.

26,434
13,947
12,487

82.7
91.4
74.8

..

»

Louisiana
Member
Nonmember

.

..

Maine
Member
Nonmember

..

..

Michigan .
Member
Nonmember

..

Minnesota
Member
Nonmember
Mississippi . . . .
Member
Nonmember
Missouri
Member
Nonmember . .




....

..

..

215

86. 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
Number
of
holding
companies5

State, and class of bank

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, 1982, including foreign data
Montana
Member
Nonmember

32
24
8

139
85
54

68.5
68.0
69.2

5,100
3,802
1,298

82.9
83.7
80,5

4,303
3,162
1,141

82.1
82.7
80.5

286

292
90

130
73
57

422
163
259

67.8
75.8
63.6

11,322
7,582
3,740

81.0
89.4
68.0

9,136
5,813
3,323

79.9
88.3
68.6

3

4
3
1

137
135
2

141
138
3

79.7
99.3
7.9

3,892
3,853
38

84,9
99.6
5.3

3,358
3,327
31

85.4
99.7
5.2

8

24
18

98
69
29

122
87
35

48.4
58.0
34.3

2,007
1,483
524

51.5
66.3
31.6

1,717
1,250
467

50.8
65.7
31.7

1,029
830
199

1,087
869
218

60.9
62.9
54.0

28,470
23,907
4,563

67.4
70.0
56.5

23,246
19,327
3,919

66.3
68.9
55.9

24

.

199
107
92

256
140
116

71.5
72.2
70.7

5,291
3,339
1,951

68.1
65.1
74.1

4,602
2,887
1,715

69.4
66.9
74.1

.

4

..
8

New Hampshire
Member
Nonmember
New Jersey
Member
Nonmember

107
61
4 6

202

.
293

Nebraska
Member
Nonmember
Nevada
Member
Nonmember

48

56

..

.

.

.

6

27

25

58
39

New Mexico
Member
Nonmember . . .

30

28

57
33

New York
Member
Nonmember . .

80

48

88
56
32

3,568
3,363
205

3,656
3,419
237

90.4
91.4
77.5

511,889
491,597
20,292

98.1
98.6
87.5

362,093
345,345
16,748

98.0
98.4
89.9

North Carolina . .
Member
Nonmember

11

11

12
5

7

1,448
766
682

1,460
111
689

78.4
88.3
69.6

28,461
22,107
6,354

87.7
95.2
68.8

20,984
15,598
5,386

85.8
94.3
68.2

North Dakota
Member
Nonniember

79

78

113
30
83

94
32
62

207
62
145

67.4
71.3
65.9

4,304
2,079
2,224

74.4
76.4
72.6

3,753
1,816
1,937

74,5
76.9
72,3

Ohio . . .
Member
Nonmember

37

36

121
90

1,796
1,624
172

1,917
1,714
203

71.9
74.8
53.8

51,354
48,599
2,755

81.0
83.5
53.2

38,075
35,716
2,360

78.6
81.2
52.5

135
78
57

427
207
220

60.7
63.1
58.5

23,573
17,074
6,499

79,4
84.1
69.4

19,799
14,018
5,781

78.6
83.2
69.3

553
361
192

578
371
207

82.8
93.7
68.5

13,133
10,279
2,854

92.4
97.3
78.1

10,596
8,108
2,488

91.9
97.2
78.2

1,852
1,066
786

1,912
1,095
817

63.1
62.0
64.6

83,848
62,033
21,815

79.2
83.1
69.9

60,957
42,997
17,960

76.0
79.3
68.9

11
4

7

218
118
100

229
122
107

90.5
98.4
82.9

8,215
5,969
2,246

97.6
99.8
92.3

6,384
4,550
1,834

97.3
99.7
91.8

..

19

31

Oklahoma
Member
Nonmember

301

Oregon . .
Member
Nonmember

14

Pennsylvania
Member
Nonmember

59

Rhode Island
Member
Nonmember

11

South Carolina
Member
Nonmember
South Dakota
Member
Nonmember

216



292

292
129

163
12

25
10

15
59

60
29

31
10

..
6

6

6
4
2

416
325
91

422
329
93

49.4
79.9
21.0

5,781
4,934
847

56.3
85.7
18.8

4,558
3,788
770

54.9
84.7
20,1

54

54

74
33
41

132
104
28

206
137
69

65.8
78.3
50.0

7,380
6,447
933

84.0
89.8
58.0

5,456
4,627
829

81.4
87.8
57.8

..

86. 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
Number
.of
holding
companics5

State, and class of bank

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, 1982, including foreign data
Tennessee
Member
Nonmember

85

80

132
43
89

630
355
275

762
398
364

55.2
77.1
42.1

18,733
13,390
5,343

66.2
85.1
42.5

14,722
10,039
4,682

64.0
83.9
42.4

Texas
Member
Nonmember

433

395

845
441
404

253
94
159

1,098
535
563

56.2
57.8
54.8

134,082
103,544
30,538

82.0
86.4
69.9

105,662
79,111
26,552

80.6
85.1
69.5

Utah
..
Member
Nonmember

24

23

31
14
17

302
248
54

333
262
71

83.9
92.3
62.8

7,353
6,237
1,117

89.3
93.5
71.5

6,025
5,100
925

89.0
93.5
70.4

7

7

7

8
1

89
6
83

97
7
90

46.6
11.9
60.4

1,510
67
1,443

52.6
9.9
65.8

1,350
61
1,289.

53.0
10.0
66.3

Vermont
Member .
Nonmember

....

Virginia
Member
Nonmember

18

14

62
57
5

1,228
1,141
87

1,290
1,198
92

76.9
83.3
38.5

25,258
23,615
1,643

83.6
87.9
48.9

20,318
18,897
1,421

82.2
86.8
48.3

Washington
Member
Nonmember

17

17

19
12
7

670
645
25

689
657
32

67.5
94.1
9.9

22,904
22,335
569

87.0
97.7
16.4

18,700
18,212
488

86.4
97.5
16.5

West Virginia
Member
Nonmember

12

12

13
10
3

9
8
1

22
18
4

6.8
9.4
3.0

1,797
1,721
76

15.0
21.0
2.0

1,277
1,210
66

12.8
18.2
2.0

Wisconsin
Member
Nonmember

144

141

281
75
206

307
125
182

588
200
388

51.3
61.7
47.1

19,713
11,692
8,021

64.7
75.9
53.3

15,418
8,547
6,871

62.3
73.0
52.8

Wyoming
Member
Nonmember

45

44

84
60

4
1
3

88
61
27

76.5
75.3
79.4

3,494
2,833
661

85.1
85.4
83.4

3,053
2,468
584

85.1
85.4
83.6




...

...

24

217

86. 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
State, and type of
holding company

^Pe

NU
er
0T

*& r^
*>

groups2'5

All commercial banks

Holding companies
Banks

Branches

Amounts (millions of dollars)

Total

Banks

Branches

Assets

Total

Deposits

Holding All com- Holding All comcommercial
mercial
companies
banks
panies
banks

December 31, 1982 domestic data only
50 states and District
of Columbia —
Total
Multibank
One-bank

4,2896
487
3.8024

6,694
2,917
3,777

30,209
15,856
14,353

36,903
18,773
18,130

14,543

40,349

54,892 1,531,055 1,862,724 1,108,454 1,394,089
929,164
639,018
601,891
469,436

Alabama
Multibank
One-bank

L

39
8
31

108
76
32

486
367
119

594
443
151

294

675

969

13,857
10,185
3,672

20,278

10,849
7,927
2,922

16,470

Alaska
Multibank . . .
One-bank

S

4
1
3

5
2
3

54
5
49

59
7
52

14

121

135

1,507
278
1,230

3,373

1,196
220
975

2,670

Arizona
Multibank
One-bank

S

7
1
6

7
1
6

566
169
397

573
170
403

37

609

646

15,893
4,488
11,405

16,632

12,776
3,602
9,173

13,399

Arkansas
Multibank
One-bank

L

64
2
62

68
6
62

194
30
164

262
36
226

262

426

688

6,506
1,356
5,150

13,631

5,215
1,050
4,165

11,317

California
Multibank
One-bank

S

104
11
93

114
22
492

4,147
758
3,389

4,261
780
3,481

364

4,577

4,941

203,615
29,149
174,466

216,034

154,439
21,943
132,496

164,980

Colorado
Multibank
One-bank

U

141
19
122

281
160
121

120
80
40

401
240
161

422

132

554

18,140
14,576
3,565

20,323

14,512
11,386
3,126

16,290

Connecticut
Multibank
One-bank

S

9
4
5

13
8
5

407
200
207

420
208
212

54

572

626

12,894
6,949
5,945

16,110

10,217
5,691
4,526

13,021

Delaware
Multibank
One-bank . . .

S

11
9
2

12
10
2

36
28
8

48
38
10

28

151

179

3,609
3,516
93

7,439

2,125
2,047
79

4,966

S

10
1
9

10
1
9

153
24
129

163
25
138

17

164

181

8,223
821
7,402

8,526

6,274
636
5,639

6,539

Florida
Multibank . . . .
One-bank

S

91
28
63

268
207
61

1,382
1,184
198

1,650
1,391
259

481

1,663

2,144

49,382
42,482
6,900

59,399

40,702
34,796
5,906

49,179

Georgia
Multibank
One-bank . .

L

82
20
62

146
84
62

729
622
107

875
706
169

416

950

1,366

23,319
20,752
2,567

29,984

17,215
15,034
2,182

23,067

Hawaii ,
Multibank . . . . . .
One-bank

S

4
1
3

4
1
3

138
14
124

142
15
127

11

187

198

5,J77
417
4,760

6,142

4,591
379
4,212

5,445

Idaho
Multibank . .
One-bank

S

11
3
8

12
4
8

230
127
103

242
131
111

27

261

288

5,340
2,664
2,676

5,884

4,336
2,193
2,143

4,815

Illinois
..
Multibank
One-bank

U

417
41
376

476
103
373

333
82
251

809
185
624

1,254

651

1,905

100,519
49,575
50,944

130,273

65,908
26,038
39,870

91,836

Indiana
Multibank
One-bank

L

108

108

603

711

400

1,214

1,614

18,661

36,268

14,698

29,846

'l08

*108

603

711

District of
Columbia
Multibank
One-bank

218



18,661

14,698

86. 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
of
branching7

State, and type of
holding company

Number
of
holding
company
groups2-5

Number of offices
Holding companies
Banks

Branches

Amounts (millions of dollars)

All commercial banks

Total

Banks

Bran ches

Assets

Total

Deposits

Holding
companies

All commercial
banks

Holding
companies

All commercial
banks

December 31, 1982, domestic data only
Iowa . .
Multibank
One-bank

I

Kansas
Multibank
One-bank

382
111
271

416
211
205

798
322
476

645

561

1,206

17,734
8,418
9,316

25,479

14,791
6,838
7,953

21,481

372
8
364

380
14
366

180
21
159

560
35
525

620

218

838

14,669
2,084
12,585

19,618

12,212
1,626
10,586

16,549

L

81
1
80

82
2
80

334
48
286

416
50
366

343

760

1,103

11,810
2,833
8,976

23,435

8,842
1,941
6,901

18,895

278

875

1,153

18,985

30,829

15,464

25,871

....

Kentucky
Multibank
One-bank
Louisiana
Multibank
One-bank

288
17
271

U

.

92

89

469

558

'92

L

....

89

469

558

18,985

15,464

Maine
Multibank
One-bank

S

6
4
2

19
17
2

237
199
38

256
216
40

35

362

397

2,810
2,452
358

3,890

2,299
2,018
281

3,215

Maryland
Multibank
One-bank

S

13
7
6

32
26
6

843
655
188

875
681
194

91

1,041

1,132

16,245
13,647
2,598

19,362

12,107
10,098
2,009

14,865

L

23
11
12

77
65
12

796
693
103

873
758
115

136

1,001

1,137

32,394
30,085
2,309

36,234

22,418
20,467
1,951

25,562

L

41
21
20

206
186
20

1,719
1,558
161

1,925
1,744
181

374

2,196

2,570

46,866
43,285
3,582

56,620

37,424
34,266
3,159

46,020

L

325
16
309

463
157
306

266
139
127

729
296
433

762

324

1,086

31,353
23,927
7,426

36,813

23,277
16,729
6,548

28,026

167

735

902

6,842

13,650

5,501

11,531

Massachusetts
Multibank
One-bank

....

Michigan
Multibank
One-bank
Minnesota
Multibank
One-bank

....

47

46

332

378

' 47

'46

332

378

U

209
45
164

467
305
162

380
290
90

847
595
252

734

498

1,232

34,696
30,438
4,258

41,016

25,962
22,210
3,752

31,476

Montana
Multibank
One-bank

U

48
11
37

107
70
37

32
29
3

139
99
40

169

34

203

5,100
4,042
1,059

6,156

4,303
3,368
935

5,242

Nebraska
Multibank
One-bank

U

286
3
283

292
7
285

130
10
120

422
17
405

464

158

622

11,322
1,226
10,096

13,975

9,135
927
8,209

11,433

Nevada
Multibank
One-bank

S

3
1
2

4
1
3

137
68
69

141
69
72

13

164

177

3,892
2,353
1,538

4,584

3,358
2,057
1,301

3,933

New Hampshire
Multibank
One-bank

S

8
4
4

24
20
4

98
75
23

122
95
27

69

184

253

2,007
1,538
469

3,895

1,717
1,327
390

3,377

S

25
11
14

58
44
14

1,021
745
276

1,079
789
290

148

1,629

1,777

27,983
21,607
6,376

41,727

22,767
17,439
5,328

34,557

Mississippi
Multibank
One-bank

L

Missouri
Multibank
One-bank

New Jersey
Multibank
One-bank




..

6,842

5,501

219

86* Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and ail commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
Type
State, and type of
holding company

branching7

Number
of
holding
company
groups2'5

Number of offices
All commercial banks

Holding companies
Branches

Banks

Amounts (millions of dollars)

Total

Banks

Branches

Assets

Total

Deposits

Holding All com- Holding
comcommercial
panies
banks
panies

All commercial
banks

December 31, 1982 domestic data only
L

28
6
22

57
35
22

199
125
74

256
160
96

92

266

358

5,291
3,795
1,496

7,766

4,602
3,263
1,339

6,629

S

48
19
29

88
60
28

3,041
1,956
1,085

3,129
2,016
1,113

210

3,309

3,519

318,634
258,816
59,819

327,772

185,210
144,789
40,421

192,148

North Carolina
Multibank
One-bank

S

11
2
9

12
3
9

1,437
281
1,156

1,449
284
1,165

69

1,794

1,863

25,818
7,175
18,643

29,810

18,384
4,933
13,452

21,847

North Dakota
Multibank
One-bank

U

78
7
71

113
43
70

94
44
50

207
87
120

178

129

307

4,304
2,520
1,784

5,786

3,753
2,188
1,564

5,040

Ohio
Multibank
One-bank

L

36
17
19

121
103
18

1,780
1,525
255

1,901
1,628
273

355

2,296

2,651

50,408
42,550
7,857

62,433

37,158
31,214
5,944

47,555

U

292
4
288

292
5
287

131
2
129

423
7
416

511

191

702

23,567
337
23,229

29,664

19,680
299
19,381

25,072

Oregon
Multibank
One-bank

S

12
5
1

25
18
7

549
508
41

574
526
48

89

605

694

13,096
12,506
590

14,178

10,560
10,044
516

11,492

Pennsylvania
Multibank
One-bank

L

59
9
50

60
11
49

1,818
560
1,258

1,878
571
1,307

342

2,657

2,999

76,687
40,194
36,493

98,622

54,171
25,571
28,600

73,386

Rhode Island
Multibank
One-bank

S

10
1
9

11
2
9

214
46
168

225
48
177

16

233

249

7,556
1,884
5,672

7,758

5,699
1,400
4,299

5,875

South Carolina
Multibank
One-bank

S

6
' '6

6
' *6

414-

420

78

774

852

5,780

10,266

4,558

8,300

414

420

South Dakota
Multibank
One-bank

S

54
9
45

74
29
45

132
78
54

206
107
99

153

160

313

7,380
5,915
1,465

8,784

5,456
4,151
1,304

6,703

Tennessee
Multibank
One-bank

L

80
12
68

132
64
68

624
426
198

756
490
266

348

1,026

1,374

18,528
14,181
4,347

28,095

14,603
10,926
3,676

22,893

Texas . .
Multibank
One-bank

U

395
71
324

845
529
316

227
180
47

1,072
709
363

1,599

329

1,928

123,496
108,888
14,609

152,914

94,863
81,993
12,870

120,365

Utah
Multibank
One- bank

S

23
S
18

31
13
18

301
177
124

332
190
142

62

334

396

7,115
4,495
2,619

7,993

5,787
3,634
2,153

6,528

S

7
2
5

8
3
5

89
39
50

97
42
55

28

180

208

1,510
725
785

2,870

1,350
654
696

2,547

S

14
9
5

62
57
5

1,222
721
501

1,284
778
506

203

1,468

1,671

24,880
13,399
11,481

29,836

19,946
11,027
8,918

24,344

New Mexico
Multibank
One-bank
New York
Multibank
One-bank

Oklahoma
Multibank
One-bank

,

..

Vermont
Multibank
One-bank

...

Virginia .
Multibank
One-bank

..

220



5,780

4,558

86. 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

branch
b
ng7
mg

N

7fber

Holding companies

Amounts (millions of dollars)

All commercial banks

Assets

Deposits

hoIdin

S
company
groups2-5

Banks

Branches

Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Holding All com- Holding All comcommercial
commercial
panies
banks
panies
banks

December 31, 1982, domestic data only
Washington
Multibank
One-bank

S

17
6
11

19
8
11

654
526
128

673
534
139

101

903

1,004

21,077
18,431
2,646

24,510
...
...

16,690
14,611
2,079

19,622

West Virginia
Multibank
One-bank

U

12
2
10

13
3
10

9
1
8

22
4
18

241

84

325

1,797
64
1,733

11,950
...
.. .

1,277
55
1,222

9,943

Wisconsin
Multibank
One-bank

L

141
29
112

281
170
111

302
227
75

583
397
186

628

514

1,142

19,290
15,930
3,360

30,030
.. .
.. .

15,026
12,097
2,929

24,339

Wyoming
Multibank
One-bank

U

44
10
34

84
51
33

4
3
1

88
54
34

111

4

115

3,494
2,218
1,276

4,108
. ..
...

3,053
1,918
1,134

3,588

24

508
144
364

918
557
361

17,502
8,583
8,919

18,420
9,140
9,280

2,398

21,445

23,843

791,423
455,708
335,715

876,774
.. .
.. .

552,543
299,688
252,855

624,367

16

1,534
169
1,365

2,426
1,070
1,356

11,067
6,531
4,536

13,493
7,601
5,892

5,842

16,476

22,318

398,528
257,490
141,038

550,168
.. .
.. .

301,253
187,322
113,931

432,888

11

2,294
221
2,073

3,350
1,290
2,060

1,640
742
898

4,990
2,032
2,958

6,303

2,428

8,731

341,104
215,967
125,137

435,783
.. .
. ..

254,659
152,008
102,650

336,834

TOTALS BY
STATE-BRANCHING
CLASSIFICATION
Statewide
branching
Multibank
One-bank
Limited
branching
Multibank
One-bank
Unit banking
Multibank
One-bank

December 31, 1982, including foreign data
50 states and
District of
ColumbiaTotal
Multibank
One-bank

4,289
487
3,802

6,694
2,917
3,777

31,303
16,616
14,687

37,997
19,533
18,464

14,543

41,405

Alabama . . .
Multibank
One-bank .

39
8

108
76
32

489
370
119

597
446
151

294

678

972

14,004
10,332
3,672

20,424

11,011
8,089
2,922

16,633

31

Alaska
Multibank
One-bank .

4
1
3

5
2
3

55
5
50

60
7
53

14

122

136

1,508
278
1,230

3,374

1,197
220
977

2,670

Arizona
Multibank
One-bank .

7
1
6

7
1
6

571
170
401

578
171
407

37

614

651

15,931
4,509
11,422

16,670

12,813
3,623
9,191.

13,437

Arkansas . . .
Multibank
One-bank .

64
2
62

68
6
62

194
30
164

262
36
226

262

426

688

6,506
1,356
5,150

13,631

5,215
1,050
4,165

11,317

California . .
Multibank
One-bank .

104
11
93

114
22
92

4,329
775
3,554

4,443
797
3,646

364

4,745

5,109

262,551
31,824
230,727

275,127

207,805
25,017
182,788

218,492

Colorado . . .
Multibank
One-bank .

141

281
160
121

122
82
40

403
242
161

422

134

556

18,324
14,759
3,565

20,506

14,749
11,623
3,126

16,527




19
122

55,948 1,855,900 2,188,419 1,414,548 1,701,033
. . . 1,157,187
854,338
698,713
560,210

221

86. 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
ot
branching7

State, and type of
holding company

Number
of
holding
company
groups2-5

Number of offices
All commercial banks

Holding companies
Banks

Branches

Amounts (millions of dollars)

Total

Assets

Branches

Holding All comcommercial
panies
banks

Banks

Total

Deposits
Holding
companies

All commercial
banks

December 31, 1982 including foreign data
Connecticut
Multibank
One-bank

S

9
4
5

13
8
5

415
204
211

428
212
216

54

581

635

13,214
6,993
6,222

16,478

10,535
5,733
4,802

13,386

Delaware
Multibank
One-bank

S

11
9
2

12
10
2

37
29
8

49
39
10

28

152

180

3,931
3,837
93

7,761

2,444
2,366
79

5,285

S

10
1
9

10
1
9

160
25
135

170
26
144

17

171

188

10,274
831
9,443

10,577

8,289
646
7,643

8,553

S

91
28
63

268
207
61

1,393
1,189
204

1,661
1,396
265

481

1,674

2,155

49,853
42,887
6,966

59,871

41,165
35,193
5,972

49,641

Georgia
Multibank
One-bank

L

82
20
62

146
84
62

736
629
107

882
713
169

416

957

1,373

23,700
21,134
2,567

30,365

17,578
15,397
2,182

23,431

Hawaii
Multibank
One-bank . . . . . . . .

S

4
1
3

4
1
3

151
14
137

155
15
140

11

192

203

5,768
417
5,351

6,733

5,166
379
4,787

6,020

Idaho
Multibank
One-bank

S

11
3
8

12
4
8

230
127
103

242
131
Ill

27

261

288

5,340
2,664
2,676

5,884

4,336
2,193
2,143

4,815

Illinois
Multibank
One-bank

u

417
41
376

476
103
373

408
117
291

884
220
664

1,254

726

1,980

128,389
62,170
66,219

158,143

98,239
44,235
54,004

124,168

L

108

108

608

716

400

1,219

1,619

18,922

36,529

14,954

30,102

108

108

608

716

District of
Columbia
Multibank
One-bank
Florida
Multibank
One-bank

Indiana
Multibank
One-bank

...
..

.

14,954

18,922

Iowa
Multibank
One-bank

L

288
17
271

382
111
271

417
212
205

799
323
476

645

562

1,207

17,755
8,439
9,316

25,501

14,841
6,888
7,953

21,531

Kansas
Multibank
One-bank

U

372
8
364

380
14
366

180
21
159

560
35
525

620

218

838

14,669
2,084
12,585

19,618

12,212
1,626
10,586

16,549

Kentucky
Multibank
One-bank

L

81
1
80

82
2
80

336
49
287

418
51
367

343

762

1,105

11,941
2,936
9,004

23,566

8,941
2,012
6,929

18,994

Louisiana
Multibank
One-bank

L

92

89

472

561

278

878

1,156

19,050

30,894

15,513

25,921

92

' 89

472

561

Maine
Multibank
One-bank

S

6
4
2

19
17
2

237
199
38

256
216
40

35

362

397

2,810
2,452
358

3,890

2,299
2,018
281

3,215

Maryland
Multibank
One-bank

S

13
7
6

32
26
6

850
661
189

882
687
195

91

1,048

1,139

17,063
14,321
2,742

20,179

12,910
10,762
2,148

15,667

Massachusetts
Multibank
One-bank

L

23
11
12

77
65
12

858
755
103

935
820
115

136

1,063

1,199

40,847
38,538
2,309

44,687

29,910
27,959
1,951

33,054

222




19,050

15,513

86. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
j

Number of offices

Number

State, and type of
holding company

" com^y
In
8
groups* Banks

Branches

Amounts (millions of dollars)
Assets

All commercial banks

Holding companies
Total

B anks

Branches

Total

Deposits

Holding All com- Holding All comcommercial
commercial
panies
banks
panies
banks

December 31, 1982, including foreign data
L

41
21
20

206
186
20

1,733
1,572
161

1,939
1,758
181

374

2,209

2,583

49,194
45,613
3,582

58,949

39,608
36,450
3,159

48,203

Minnesota . . . .
Multibank
One-bank . . . .

L

325
16
309

463
157
306

274
147
127

737
304
433

762

332

1,094

33,404
25,978
7,426

38,865

25,301
18,753
6,548

30,049

Mississippi
Multibank
One-bank

L

47

46

333

379

167

736

903

6,886

13,695

5,541

11,571

47

46

333

379

Missouri
Multibank
One-bank

U

209
45
164

467
305
162

386
296
90

853
601
252

734

504

1,238

35,204
30,946
4,258

41,524

26,434
22,682
3,752

31,948

Montana
Multibank . . .
One-bank

U

48
11
37

107
70
37

32
29
3

139
99
40

169

34

203

5,100
4,042
1,059

6,156

4,303
3,368
935

5,242

U

286
3
283

292
7
285

130
10
120

422
17
405

464

158

622

11,322
1,226
10,096

13,975

9,136
927
8,209

11,433

Nevada
Multibank
One-bank

S

3
1
2

4
1
3

137
68
69

141
69
72

13

164

177

3,892
2,353
1,538

4,584

3,358
2,057
1,301

3,933

New Hampshire
Multibank
One-bank

S

8
4
4

24
20
4

98
75
23

122
95
27

69

183

252

2,007
1,538
469

3,895

1,717
1,327
390

3,377

New Jersey
Multibank
One-bank

S

25
11
14

58
44
14

1,029
752
277

1,087
796
291

148

1,638

1,786

28,470
22,078
6,392

42,224

23,246
17,901
5,345

35,045

New Mexico
Multibank . .
One-bank

L

28
6
22

57
35
22

199
125
74

256
160
96

92

266

358

5,291
3,795
1,496

7,766

4,602
3,263
1,339

6,629

New York
Multibank . .
One-bank

S

48
19
29

88
60
28

3,568
2,437
1,131

3,656
2,497
1,159

210

3,835

4,045

511,889
434,126
77,763

521,587

362,093
302,665
59,428

369,605

North Carolina .
Multibank . .
One-bank

S

11
2
9

12
3
9

1,448
286
1,162

1,460
289
1,171

69

1 ,794

1,863

28,461
8,593
19,868

32,452

20,984
6,327
14,657

24,446

North Dakota . .
Multibank
One-bank

U

78
7
71

113
43
70

94
44
50

207
87
120

178

129

307

4,304
2,520
1,784

5,786

3,753
2,188
1,564

5,040

Ohio
Multibank
One-bank . . ,

L

36
17
19

121
103
18

1,796
1,539
257

1,917
1,642
275

355

2,312

2,667

51,354
43,313
8,041

63,380

38,075
31,951
6,124

48,472

Oklahoma
Multibank
One-bank

U

292
4
288

292
5
287

135
2
133

427
7
420

511

193

704

23,573
337
23,236

29,670

19,799
299
19,500

25,190

Oregon
Multibank
One-bank

S

12
5
7

25
18
7

553
512
41

578
530
48

89

609

698

13,133
12,543
590

14,215

10,596
10,080
516

11,528

Michigan
Multibank
One-bank

Nebraska
Multibank . . .
One-bank

'.

.




6,886

5,451

223

86. 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

branching7

Number
of
holding
company

Amounts (millions of dollars)

Number of offices
All commercial banks

Holding companies"
Banks

Branches

Total

Banks

Branches

Assets

Total

Holding
companies

All com- Holding All commercial
commercial
banks
banks
panies

December 31, 1982, including foreign data
Pennsylvania
Multibank
One-bank

L

59
9
50

60
11
49

1,852
579
1,273

1,912
590
1,322

342

2,688

3,030

83,848
45,869
37,979

105,857
...
.. .

60,957
30,903
30,054

80,245

Rhode Island
Multibank
One-bank

S

10
1
9

11
2
9

218
47
171

229
49
180

16

237

253

8,215
1,916
6,299

8,417
.. .
.. .

6,384
1,431
4,953

6,560

South Carolina
Multibank
One-bank

S

6
...
6

6
...
6

416
...
416

422
...
422

78
...

776
...

854
...

5,781
...
5,781

10,266

4,558

8,301

.. .

4,558

South Dakota
Multibank
One-bank

S

54
9
45

74
29
45

132
78
54

206
107
99

153

160

313

7,380
5,915
1,465

8,784
.. .
.. .

5,456
4,151
1,304

6,703

Tennessee
Multibank
One-bank

L

80
12
68

132
64
68

630
432
198

762
496
266

348

1,033

1,381

18,733
14,386
4,347

28,301
...
.. .

14.722
11,046
3,676

23,012

Texas
Multibank
One-bank

U

395
71
324

845
529
316

253
206
47

1,098
735
363

1,599

355

1,954

134,082
119,474
14,609

Utah
Multibank
One-bank

S

23
5
18

31
13
18

302
177
125

333
190
143

62

335

397

7,353
4,495
2,858

8,232
.. .
.. .

6,025
3,634
2,391

6,767

Vermont
Multibank
One-bank

S

7
2
5

8
3
5

89
39
50

97
42
55

28

180

208

1,510
725
785

2,870
...
...

1,350
654
696

2,547

Virginia
Multibank
One-bank

S

14
9
5

62
57
5

1,228
723
505

1,290
780
510

203

1,474

1,677

25,258
13,755
11,503

30,214
...
.. .

20,318
11,378
8,940

24,717

Washington
Multibank
One-bank

S

17
6
11

19
8
11

670
542
128

689
550
139

101

919

1,020

22,904
20,258
2,646

26,336
...
...

18,700
16,621
2,079

21,632

West Virginia
Multibank
One-bank

U

12
2
10

13
3
10

9
1
8

22
4
18

241

84

325

1,797
64
1,733

11,950
...
...

1,277
55
1,222

9,943

Wisconsin
Multibank
One-bank

L

141
29
112

281
170
111

307
232
75

588
402
186

628

519

1,147

19,713
16,354
3,360

30,453
...
...

15,418
12,489
2,929

24,732

Wyoming
Multibank
One-bank

U

44
10
34

84
51
33

4
3
1

88
54
34

111

4

115

3,494
2,218
1,276

4,108
.. .
. ..

3,053
1,918
1,134

3,588

Statewide
branching
Multibank
One-bank

24

508
144
364

918
557
361

18,316
9,134
9,182

19,234
9,691
9,543

2,398

22,226

24,6241,054,494 1,140,620793,744 866,344
639,307
. . . 466,376
415,187
. . . 327,368

Limited
branching
Multibank
One-bank

16

1,534
169
1,365

2,426
1,070
1,356

11,234
6,671
4,563

13,660
7,741
5,919

5,842

16,640

22,482

421,148
278,041
143,107

572,863322,188 453,896
...206,249
. . . 115,939

11

2,294
221
2,073

3,350
1,290
2,060

1,753
811
942

5,103
2,101
3,002

6,303

2,539

8,842

380,258
239,839
140,419

474,936 298,617 380,792
. . . 181,714
. . . 116,903

163,500 105,662 131,164
. . . 92,792
. . . 12,870

TOTALS BY
STATE-BRANCHING
CLASSIFICATION

Unit branching
Multibank
One-bank

224



87. Consolidated report of income, 19821
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
aitd 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




166,536,893

27,218,750

16,033,453

14,195,975

29,083,443

80,005,272

132,385,696

34,151,197

23,813,499

1,327,599

1,306,687

1,283,890

4,184,205

15,711,118

21,278,161

2,535,338

11,347,270

3,030,774

1,536,257

1,431,688

2,413,613

2,934,938

8,291,848

3,055 422

20,981,241

8,148,151

3,689,855

2,831,065

3,454,522
2,303,011

2,857,648
2,010,479

12,623,722

8,357,519
0

1,151,511

847,169

10,572,248

2,790,679

1,749,566

1,360,627

2,383,238

2,288,138

7,351,490

3,220,758

1,722,126

150,254

116,569

159,775

218,539

1 ,076,989

1,397,228

324,898

0

0

1,014,407
62 582
1,337,874

1,778,201

164,452

55,844

135,475

188,893
29,646
370,427

141,716

312,292

406,659

1,171,973

1,578,580

3,206,225

404 995

4,569,994

1,349,010

699,647

591,798

894,702

1,034,837

3,028,917

1,541,077

6,212,056
5,722,255

587,366
386,209

412,940
232,789

562,833
330,516
57,257

1,737,208
1,068,103
421,918

2,911,709
3,704,638
1,595,722

5,342,751
5,123,824

869,305
598,431

-4,386
650,571

251,811
1,857,105

/2\

,2\

1,942,653

43,033

3,611 220

(22)
0

0

0

(2)

225

87. Consolidated report of income, 19821—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)
Member

Nonmember

108,584,149

187,864,917

50,045,168

6,597,385

11,493,184

23,512,600

7,708,778

3,877,345

8,223,811

16,945,569

28,984,949

8,408,877

24,663
10,420,791

192,009
7,432,112

3,284,864
10,460,682

38,243,647
12,249,686

40,968,369
40,105,994

777,548
21,696,198

688,754

1,230,785

2,000,136

5,852,880

10,853,609

18,831,391

1,794,773

6,200,902

151,851

171,229

233,678

857,797

4,786,347

5,872,961

327,941

©
(2>
651,589

(2)
(2)
48,820

8
63,544

(2>
(2)
81,363

366,780
491,017
252,437

541,327
4,245,020
205,425

©
(2)
495,949

(2)
(2)
155,640

9,965,596

1,866,209

1,184,334

1,170,371

2,172,057

3,572,625

7,511,831

2,453,765

1,375,863
269,405
1,106,458

2,417,166
343,892
2,073,274

Total

Item

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

...

226



100=299

300-999

1,000-4,999

5,000
and over

237,910,085

40,296,521

23,785,151

21,519,408

43,724,856

31,221,378

6,103,800

3,613,193

3,413,816

37,393,826

4,565,200

3,781,901

41,745,917
61,802,192

734
21,238,921

20,626,164

2

( )
(2)
(2)

2

()
(2)
(2)

2

( )

8

2

( )
(2)
(2)

2

()

8

§
( )
2

3,700,850

134,461

463,169

538,270

1,065,599

1,499,351

3,041,266

659,584

8,308,118
19,994,402

1,486,809
4,145,419

837,570
2,457,148

819,235
2,299,340

1,639,184
4,383,758

3,525,320
6,708,737

6,568,269
15,012,630

1,739,849
4,981,772

185
4,383,574

43,730
6,665,007

©
C2)

(?)
(2)

0
(2)

(2)
(2)

(2)
(2)

(2)
(2)

19,121,421
3,643,436

4,877,056
951,405

2,360,759
326,563

1,770,898
187,094

3,255,116
339,264

6,857,592
1,839,110

13,943,173
2,720,411

5,178,248
923,025

15,478,005

3,925,671

2,034,195

1,583,805

2,915,852

5,018,482

11,222,780

4,255,225

-1,280,085
-620,497

-85,193
-46,080

= 123,161
-65,286

-152,787
-61,406

-337,870
-129,122

-581,074
-318,603

-1,121,826
-542,346

- 158,259
-78,151

= 659,366

-38,909

-57,876

-91,366

-208,745

= 262,470

= 579,345

-80,021

14,818,558

3,886,680

1,976,320

1,492,439

2,707,107

4,756,012

10,643,417

4,175,141

66,851
-705

13,947
1,320

4,582
-1,595

4,544
-1,035

12,778
605

31,000
0

43,567
-862

23,284
157

67,591

12,663

6,177

5,579

12,172

31,000

44,439

23,152

14,886,113

3,899,307

1,982,497

1,498,018

2,719,279

4,787,012

10,687,830

4,198,283

87. Consolidated report of income, 19821—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

37,924,674
-4,858

84,229,170
7,623

31,957,895
17,433

21,255,018
2,719,279

37,919,816
4,787,012

84,236,771
10,687,830

31,975,296
4,198,283

274,409

304,760

523,478

1,653,742

567,130

©
(2)

(2)
(2)

209,491
95,269

523,478
0

85,820

157,915

443,889

313,391

1,418,003

890,343

739,662

1,303,953

Total

0-99
Equity capital account
50 Balance, end of previous
year
5 1 Adjustments
52 Adjusted balance, end of
previous year
..
53 Net income, or loss ( - ) . . .
54 Sale, conversion, acquisition, or retirement
of capital net
55 Transactions with own
holding company or
affiliates
....
56 Other
$7 Changes incident to mergers
and absorptions, net ...
58 LESS: Cash dividends declared on common
stock
59 LESS: Cash dividends declared on preferred
stock
60 Other increases, or
decreases ( — )
61 Balance, end of period . . . .

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 . . . .

100-299

300-999

1 ,000-4,999

5,000
and over

116,187,065
25,056

29,466,131
25,289

15,289,013
2,906

12,253,143
805

21,254,104
914

116,212,067
14,886,113

29,491,367
3,899,307

15,291,913
1,982,497

12,253,953
1,498,018

2,220,872

917,057

201,168

(2)
(2)

1,070,828
6,495,810

(2)
(2)

(2)
(2)

(?)
(2)

69,813

880,453

190,375

2,143,849

4,877,945

1,617,865

20,055

1,905

2,218

3,725

12,207

0

7,011

13,044

220,313
128,094,100

132,479
33,105,895

16,637
16,757,575

77,382
13,804,256

31,706
23,307,994

-37,891
41,118,380

1 10,260
92,683,820

110,053
35,410,280

11,264,414

1,747,197

1,151,426

1,064,142

2,294,651

5,006,998

9,002,799

2,261,615

1,587,855

308,148

168,870

147,606

332,112

631,119

1,248,430

339,425

139,249

9,999

24,543

50,479

40,581

13,647

114,807

24,442

8,308,118

1,486,809

837,570

819,235

1,639,184

3,525,320

6,568,269

1,739,849

8,111,616

1,579,865

856,910

785,551

1,583,084

3,306,206

6,313,476

1,798,140

-785
2,722,657

-43,558
5,827,323

-44,343
10,576,462

(2)
2,567,103

2

2

2

-44,343
13,143,565

( )
1,972,183

( )
1,325,493

()
1,295,909

924,967

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

764,276

184,971

57,214

24,831

- 106,325

279,303

645,664

625,362

142,296

73,686

66,061

134,701

208,618

431,694

193,668

1,471,794
3,021,971

0
906,419

1,008
259,666

1,362
124,638

51,210
210,741

1,418,214
1,520,507

1,466,060
2,176,928

5,734
845,043

75 Number of full-time equivalent employees^
76 Number of banks 3

1,496,634
14,413




<2>

(2)

(2)

C2)

170,147

1,684,956

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

(2)

40,595

-164,449

(2)

(2)

337,010
12,370

206,340
1,429

179,959
388

313,877
185

459,448
41

1,089,282
5,606

407,352
8,807

227

87. Consolidated report of income, 19821—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
(^999

1,000-4,999

5,000
and over

Member

9,089,428
133,445,854
14,181,444
103,274,112
35,263,757

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
extraordinary items
7 EQUALS: Net income
....

9,348,238
138,766,169
14,575,292
107,176,355
36,816,867

130,083
2,110,191
204,558
1,409,457
775,209

2,360,563
31,781,875
3,803,096
22,482,615
10,741,792

6,857,592
104,874,103
10,567,638
83,284,283
25,299,866

2,523,332
6,824,906

29,808
100,275

422,944
1,937,619

2,070,580
4,787,012

90,646,064
72,639,037
2,719,048

1,787,623
1,298,592
87,035

27,245,922
20,382,684
741,769

61,612,519
50,957,761
1,890,244

86,300,992
69,332,593
2,480,094

4,345,072
3,306,444
238,954

4,609,461
9,555,291
3,565,354

97,287
298,869
111,212

1,687,075
4,114,725
1,471,637

2,825,099
5,141,697
1,982,505

4,438,842
8,956,247
3,319,242

170,619
599,044
246,112

2,458,133 '
6,631,295

258,810
5,320,315
393,848
3,902,243
1,553,110
65,199
193,611

INTEREST INCOME AND INTEREST EXPENSE
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Domestic offices
Total interest income
.
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 and Edge and Agreement subsidiaries
Interest on bonds notes and debentures
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
Interest on other bonds notes, and debentures
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
and Agreement subsidiaries
33
Interest on subordinated notes and debentures
34
Interest on other borrowed money

228



1,686,453

68,662

775,377

842,414

1,544,604

141,849

4,090,589
212,895
1,123,227

104,363
14,632
5,840

1,754,384
113,327
319,669

2,231,842
84,936
797,718

3,921,579
170,822
1,093,216

169,010
42,073
30,011

61,815,462

1,170,325

18,866,841

41,778,296

58,714,446

3,101,016

23,696,588
20,046,240

518,761
421,404

6,232,258
7,375,150

16,945,569
12,249,686

22,170,313
18,859,449

1,526,275
1', 186,791

15,669,214
400,615
2,002,805

209,116
7,957
13,087

4,646,692
218,352
394,389

10,813,406
174,306
1,595,329

15,372,338
360,460
1,951,886

296,876
40,155
50,919

49,699,503
31,020,196
16,958,135

327,180
123,679
189,381

4,835,452
1 ,849,006
2,947,880

44,536,871
29,047,511
13,820,874

48,696,199
30,670,786
16,347,391

1,003,304
349,410
610,744

113,327
1,067,332
540,513

675
13,445
0

2,817
35,392
357

109,835
1,018,495
540,156

113,217
1,024,623
540,182

110
42,709
331

44,508,302
41,745,947

221,420
217,406

3,322,222
3,284,864

40,964,660
38,243,647

43,726,216
40,968,369

782,086
777,548

55,185
32,409
2,674,791

28
1,290
2,696

14,954
0
22,404

40,203
31,119
2,649,691

55,182
31,119
2,671,546

3
1,290
3,245

87. Consolidated report of income, 19821—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
conducted in domestic offices
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

3,037,207

24,430

395,705

2,617,072

2,978,673

58,534

953,319
160,030
3,830,496

46,411
647
70,194

204,384
17,263
582,826

702,524
142,120
3,177,476

892,069
156,124
3,714,618

61,250
3,906
115,878

1,624,174

27,920

253,613

1,342,641

1,564,339

59,835

2,206,323

42,274

329,214

1,834,835

2,150,280

56,043

MEMO
41 Provision for possible loan losses attributable to
international business

1,029,143

7,697

142,164

879,282

976,639

52,504

Noninterest income allocation
42 Attributable to foreign offices and Edge and
Agreement subsidiaries
43 Attributable to international business

2,174,199
2,844,482

775
10,951

54,120
138,309

2,119,304
2,695,222

2,164,819
2,824,244

9,380
20,238

Noninterest expense allocation
44 Attributable to foreign offices and Edge and Agreement
subsidiaries
45 Attributable to international business

3,634,130
4,794,012

. 6,238
26,609

131,358
233,630

3,496,534
4,533,773

3,606,234
4,752,336

27,896
41,676

7,595,763

36,466

816,744

6,742,553

7,473,553

122,210

10,147,446

72,154

1,833,750

8,241,542

9,956,353

191,093

6,003,348

145,655

1,215,674.

4,642,019

5,749,689

253,659

41,002
538,040
613,184
109,959

1,064
10,014
14,979
2,583

15,322
147,587
199,042
34,408

24,615
380,438
399,162
72,967

39,677
514,324
580,750
105,537

1,324
23,715
32,433
4,421

137,514
962,967

1,704
19,398

42,133
289,867

93,676
653,701

135,043
921,255

2,471
41,712

198,133
313,291
124,180
389,915

568
1,269
1,389
2,474

12,564
25,165
24,433
42,715

185,000
286,856
98,357
344,724

195,538
306,922
119,466
380,918

2,595
6,368
4,713
8,996

196

34

121

41

167

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 banks 3




229

88. Income, expenses, and dividends of member banks, by Federal Reserve District, 19821
A. All member banks
Statements for each bank reflect fully consolidated operations. Figures are in thousands of dollars.
Boston

Item

New York

Philadelphia

6,628,120

63,701,469

5,309,768

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

4,017,690
775,574

43,124,659
8,951,278

3,148,181
555,623

232,197

1,495,967

239,136

428,419
252,071
75,043
131,218
236,985
83,782
210,741
184,399

1,823,056
1,317,879
802,563
697,130
1,000,887
320,836
1,990,537
2,176,679

585,260
297,950
40,346
26,727
138,077
88,479
104,437
85,551

13 Operating expenses, total

6,147,536

59,033,122

4,916,841

14
15
16
17
18

966,655
851,593
1,204,544
1,004,523

6,225,860
6,263,639
24,651,515
5,608,433

727,820
524,737
395,273
1,721,102

775,657

5,468,237

488,599

334,664
8,588
283,250
153,793
564,269

3,137,341
146,701
2,031,915
1,421,399
4,078,081

145,835
1 10,972
248,786
152,294
401,423

480,584
108,148
372,434
-26,676
-13,868
-12,808
359,627
76
1
77
359,704

4,668,348
1,486,635
3,181,714
= 410,593
= 236,286
= 174,295
3,007,421
1,195
5
1,190
3,008,611

392,926
49,623
343,303
= 16,334
= 7,778
-8,556
334,747
81
2
79
334,826

2,368,062
1,075
2,369,137
359,704
9,352
8,904
448
72,412
141,601
11
-4,542
2,664,448

21,893,953
-1,339
21,892,618
3,008,611
416,854
412,106
4,748
199,396
1,274,201
160
-3,010
24,240,097

2,708,857
1,717
2,710,567
334,826
236,845
236,425
420
78,839
137,248
800
3,329
3,226,360

300,415
55,332
6,689
153,793
169,211
= 285
346,731

2,717,307
342,778
16,968
1,421,399
1,425,260
-22,951
3,050,241

275,828
36,917
2,898
152,294
154.966
<*)
312,978

12,956
40,483
40,809
94,248

121,593
143,485
985,258
1,250,332

23,579
7,858
10,404
41,842

45,048
155

240,133
212

36,328
201

1 Operating income, total

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 .
LF$S' Cash dividends declared on common stock
LFSS: 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

19

MEMO
54 Provision for U S federal income taxes
55 Provision for U.S state and local income taxes .
56 Provision for foreign income taxes
57 Total .
.
58 Number of full-time equivalent employees**
59 Number of banks3

230




.

........

.

...
..

.

.

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St. Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas City

Dallas

San
Francisco

10,834,596

9,718,917

11,626,055

25,525,399

4,986,913

5,364,533

7,982,369

13,914,212

36,215,727

1

6,340,324
1,159,209

5,920,764
841,770

6,735,001
746,660

16,357,242
3,038,621

2,882,044
230,048

3,517,643
347,518

5,156,688
92,565

9,401,125
1,021,109

25,784,335
3,518,186

2
3

Line

520,610

572,446

825,669

987,795

485,103

185,360

712,982

770,477

1,264,106

4

1,207,864
668,203
32,547
82,747
229,284
191,914
244,536
157,353

935,560
572,457
37,779
64,891
153,590
258,099
178,808
182,754

1,427,203
752,195
25,923
41,488
195,648
370,1)3
335,404
170,753

1,981,505
974,682
143,051
93,400
463,398
333,683
645,906
506,114

656,720
279,319
12,875
29,644
67,989
99,188
137,621
106,358

505,025
256,809
10,721
17,847
55,068
76,322
260,458
131,762

838,739
497,176
15,167
30,056
122,379
171,221
186,137
159,257

987,986
812,897
19,364
27,865
187,495
253,531
235,442
196,917

1,246,385
669,852
181,849
535,188
355,425
781,749
812,724
1,065,927

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

9,958,133

8,842,203

10,509,281

24,367,507

4,616,069

4,891,454

7,296,932

12,567,170

34,718,669

13

1,355,566
1,462,080
628,083
3,477,341

1,450,059
927,907
736,021
3,069,594

1,728,497
1,407,200
160,182
3,637,316

2,695,835
3,616,961
4,451,995
6,243,898

617,346
701,590
91,572
1,727,622

544,946
862,155
313,740
1,717,509

1,029,077
1,545,798
27,421
2,238,945

1,380,995
3,656,290
1,213,378
2,658,558

4,789,944
7,164,999
7,094,645
7,001,153

14
15
16
17

1,249,813

917,575

1,211,366

3,117,494

645,871

433,327

784,922

1,415,872

2,262,658

18

217,936
5,935
435,117
304,857
821,396

144,011
18,104
472,142
233,010
873,788

53,992
21,272
594,191
368,704
1,326,564

566,899
32,289
876,148
1,065,306
1,640,689

58,948
5,958
215,072
143,783
408,313

119,193
21,767
155,553
210,034
513,235

78,651
16,270
328,429
433,400
814,014

111,485
57,642
393,571
633,083
1 ,046,299

904,006
50,451
1,477,657
1,448,606
2,524,559

19
20
21
22
23

876,463
69,122
807,341
-143,681
-43,485
-100,188
707,148
-31
-16
-18
707,130

876,715
122,439
754,279
-145,825
-69,498
-76,311
677,965
1,512
605
910
678,870

1,116,778
158,973
957,804
-99,779
-44,642
-55,109
902,686
6,031
1,234
4,799
907,485

1,157,889
83,176
1,074,720
-92,275
-35,358
-56,892
1,017,825
4,768
258
4,510
1,022,335

370,846
21,408
349,439
-8,003
-4,187
-3,814
345,625
-1,775
-860
-915
344,710

473,075
106,893
366,191
-40,215
-20,808
-19,395
346,786
213
—1
216
347,001

685,443
85,385
600,056
-29,620
-15,037
-14,556
585,508
322
49
277
585,773

1,347,043
189,383
1,157,663
-97,937
-44,467
-53,459
1,104,202
2,854
58
2,796
1,106,997

1,497,063
239,226
1,257,836
-10,888
-6,932
-3,962
1,253,877
28,321
-2,197
30,518
1,284,388

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

6,059,695
1,978
6,061,671
707,130
75,560
61,768
13,792
101 ,046
417,281
2,456
2,199
6,527,871

4,879,883
227
4,880,113
678,870
29,182
12,400
16,782
84,549
317,383
0
-23,205
5,332,129

6,167,038
4,621
6,171,657
907,485
86,485
43,378
43,107
193,873
419,099
420
61,735
7,001,722

11,324,506
891
11,325,394
1,022,335
183,583
173,010
10,573
39,260
530,561
309
-8,936
12,030,752

2,768,291
-953
2,767,334
344,710
17,111
5,983
11,128
19,575
141,443
840
305
3,006,739

2,658,560
324
2,658,879
347,001
27,814
22,398
5,416
34,704
130,039
36
5,470
2,943,803

4,400,692
2,011
4,402,701
585,773
119,683
61,629
58,054
13,202
287,895
272
22,234
4,855,170

6,482,192
984
6,483,174
1,106,997
240,349
62,801
177,548
50,320
364,940
0
19,855
7,535,746

12,517,441
-3,913
12,513,526
1,284,388
210,924
68,183
142,741
-6,723
716,254
1,707
34,826
13,318,983

35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46

506,008
68,047
10,782
304,857
295,578
(2)
594,110

437,686
61,739
12,925
233,010
227,135
-219
518,008

575,648
108,068
23,811
368,704
421,213
<2)
655,004

1,121,197
130,098
31,869
1,065,306
1,025,909
-7,364
1,315,195

220,916
30,586
3,580
143,783
144,592
(2>
254,270

229,555
49,205
413
210,034
225,661
(2)
243,540

361,639
68,417
119
433,400
409,359
(2)
454,208

641,813
71,451
1,898
633,083
465,859
(2)
882,397

1,614,787
225,792
2,855
1,448,606
1,348,733
-13,524
1,929,780

47
48
49
50
51
52
53

3,147
-211
22,707
25,643

12,199
23,992
17,342
53,532

87,638
17,690
10,236
115,559

-61,407
21,270
88,174
48,038

1 1 ,685
2,591
2,043
16,319

45,276
33,497
7,282
86,056

58,109
12,327
0
70,314

114,376
408
30,172
144,956

- 149,848
128,304
251,633
230,089

54
55
56
57

69,504
357

77,979
361

96,992
540

122,862
896

33,386
394

34,031
509

51,087
906

64,506
863

217,426
212

58
59




231

88* Income, expenses, and dividends of member banks, by District, 19821—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

Philadelphia

3,656,117
2,163,784
535,650

56,361,684
39,229,799
7,894,072

2,748,761
1,650,036
339,735

120,478
179,657
155,966
23,691
81,546
67,176
65,662
1,514
95,736
142,241
18,636
127,340
123,873
55,372
4,104
64,397

1,138,927
1,116,278
889,872
226,406
965,793
669,084
639,470
29,614
661,491
887,695
204,627
1,553,018
2,040,900
962,392
193,426
885,082

118,050
195,737
75,252
120,485
125,598
9,656
6,664
2,992
26,529
109,895
47,641
68,812
57,072
8,860
0
48,212

52,305,603
5,168,472
5,531,938
23,943,183
3,561,384

2,599,095
400,639
308,331
379,273
514,984

467,903
276,751
19,764
256,987
2,958
131,027
80,816
11,791
69,025
62,002
76,814
247,473
53
247,420
229,818
71,551
158,267
-16,738
-8,973
-7,765
150,502
0
0
0
150,502

4,903,861
2,970,576
246,356
2,724,220
133,350
1,652,326
1,143,155
135,251
1,007,904
644,422
1,223,445
3,217,068
18,029
3,199,039
4,056,081
1,379,021
2,677,060
-366,427
-216,641
-149,786
2,527,274
0
0
0
2,527,274

380,628
113,947
35,805
78,142
88,893
136,290
86,503
8,308
78,195
58,095
91,348
184,762
0
184,762
149,666
15,555
134,111
-9,654
-4,539
-5,115
128,996
0
0
0
128,996

1,021,028
0
1,021,028
150,502
0
0
0
0
55,413
0
-4,350
1,111,767

17,982,362
-2,187
17,980,175
2,527,274
277,000
277,000
0
0
1,063,257
0
-52,072
19,669,120

1 ,206,084
0
1,206,084
128,996
350
350
0
0
67,330
800
70
1,267,370

156,438
33,965
0
76,814
90,096
= 285
176,836

2,361,534
289,607
-3,138
1,223,445
1,204,855
-22,278
2,644,315

180,785
24,200
-7,253
91,348
100,773
(2)
188,307

1,053
22,093
39,432
62,578
61,600
978
19,503
4

93,881
95,791
972,708
1,162,380
1,133,386
28,994
185,843
14

-455
1,066
10,404
11,015
21,822
-10,807
17,272
6

Boston
....

,

. .,

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
All other
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
.
.

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61

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
..

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 employees**
Number of banks 3


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

New York

3,426,299
464,041
515,841
1,109,558
133,933

Item

.

. . .

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St. Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas City

Dallas

San
Francisco

Line

6,869,518
4,093,958
914,846

5,650,633
3,523,066
667,368

4,419,805
2,576,718
365,333

16,772,048
11,427,472
2,408,670

2,381,164
1,349,185
175,620

1,901,022
1,196,283
235,327

2,611,852
1,692,116
16,451

6,823,928
4,862,678
760,569

32,528,136
23,379,474
3,318,165

1
2
3

281,360
538,186
311,299
226,887
374,190
21,481
15,991
5,490
59,268
166,344
97,506
194,994
127,385
40,599
1,278
85,508
6,332,329
823,901
1,181,777
623,230
1,566,300

274,512
338,976
231,684
107,292
311,587
9,866
7,655
2,211
54,427
108,648
137,528
94,709
129,946
58,144
79
71,723
5,158,052
821,526
611,126
732,943
1,375,314

323,655
396,951
289,266
107,642
268,868
8,935
3,046
5,889
23,021
93,214
133,053
141,751
88,306
39,297
111
48,881
3,968,091
658,182
570,463
139,687
1,013,152

464,912
486,971
312,314
174,657
436,573
82,559
73,106
9,453
74,657
336,070
150,715
493,348
410,101
222,296
11,561
176,244
16,154,818
1,543,925
2,774,087
4,436,215
2,094,451

287,688
139,774
84,127
55,647
115,332
5,697
4,668
1,029
28,478
43,411
41,931
107,187
86,861
62,797
-587
24,651
2,242,277
311,218
435,274
91,572
441,892

47,624
74,259
46,216
28,043
86,624
4,383
3,627
756
13,892
43,328
16,189
71,585
111,528
74,462
690
36,376
1,762,365
176,439
435,380
313,740
217,821

295,285
154,251
128,694
23,898
136,368
2,839
768
2,031
15,988
75,700
31,323
86,083
105,448
54,917
-3,236
53,718
2,488,457
336,057
743,854
27,421
251,771

248,570
184,822
152,097
30,146
348,108
5,602
3,019
2,583
19,693
133,279
36,898
127,927
95,782
35,496
-247
60,238
6,201,525
528,083
2,009,670
1,180,531
489,808

1,121,650
868,900
547,932
320,968
478,703
173,329
156,712
16,617
499,923
317,290
630,046
733,836
1,006,820
325,169
42,400
639,250
31,345,455
4,136,151
6,678,668
7,092,298
5,769,620

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

i;<)27,976
186,815
47,967
138,848
2,274
257,960
160,820
34,111
126,709
131,251
188,569
473,527
-449
473,976
537,189
60,411
476,778
-96,433
-20,701
-75,732
401,046
0
0
0
401,046

644,581
107,877
46,189
61,688
10,690
258,617
157,576
17,898
139,678
118,939
147,123
448,255
0
448,255
492,581
75,927
416,654
-98,686
-47,124
-51,562
365,092
0
0
0
365,092

675,191
26,346
8,980
17,366
11,937
223,965
129,721
25,983
103,738
120,213
124,350
524,818
24
524,739
451,714
71,876
379,838
-44,225
-18,728
-25,497
354,341
100
0
100
354,441

2,666,406
496,895
135,209
361,686
17,319
490,974
357,422
73,595
283,827
207,147
753,308
881,238
33
881,205
617,230
63,678
553,552
-65,187
-22,550
-42,637
510,915
251
0
251
511,166

513,045
47,065
25,422
21,643
3,481
115,673
63,765
13,143
50,622
65,051
72,118
210,939
79
210,860
138,887
-4,732
143,619
-7,514
-3,543
-3,971
139,648
0
0
0
139,648

285,249
97,553
30,230
67,323
10,915
43,936
45,602
20,897
24,705
19,231
56,935
124,397
0
124,397
138,657
24,883
113,774
-18,418
-9,678
-8,740
105,034
0
0
0
105,034

493,999
38,472
25,524
12,879
8,363
. 113,448
65,055
16,920
48,135
64,826
160,492
314,580
1
313,209
123,395
-17,459
140,854
-12,685
-5,528
-7,156
133,698
0
0
0
133,698

1,080,978
76,682
39,353
37,329
38,995
115,073
109,783
70,103
39,680
75,151
247,010
434,695
0
433,724
622,403
96,466
525,937
-64,395
-28,944
-35,450
490,487
2,383
0
2,383
492,870

2,022,064
880,580
137,721
742,859
42,558
1,270,811
823,518
105,328
718,190
552,621
1,313,345
2,139,360
26,097
2,113,264
1,182,681
169,441
1,013,240
-14,635
-7,153
-7,482
1,005,758
31,000
0
31,000
1,036,758

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

3,419,200
-1,007
3,418,193
401,046
55,000
55,000
0
40,947
250,461
2,439
-2,298
3,659,988

2,513,673
0
2,513,673
365,092
25,402
25,402
0
45,918
195,794
0
-25,314
2,728,976

2,169,561
0
2,169,561
354,441
3,636
2,250
1,386
2,932
155,011
19
11,649
2,387,189

5,842,013
1,047
5,843,065
511,166
148,526
148,526
0
14,812
243,896
135
-12,213
6,261,320

1,100,682
0
1,100,682
139,648
4,000
0
4,000
17,206
71,824
560
0
1,189,152

708,055
0
708,055
105,034
20,002
20,002
0
30,000
34,987
0
1,150
829,254

1,132,118
0
1,132,118
133,698
18,881
18,881
0
0
67,527
0
-1
1,217,169

2,594,031
454
2,594,485
492,870
14,257
= 1,218
15,475
42,403
140,353
0
-23,686
2,979,977

10,515,259
-2,955
10,512,304
1,036,758
533
157
376
-7,600
619,187
0
29,084
10,951,892

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61

342,830
42,883
5,675
188,569
173,130
(2)
406,827

255,893
33,367
6,469
147,123
130,972
-219
311,661

253,194
48,154
3,520
124,350
149,942
279,276

745,131
81,453
28,091
753,308
710,981
-7,364
889,638

115,110
15,906
3,191
72,118
68,844
(2)
137,481

74,615
6,877
135
56,935
46,652
(2)
91,910

134,568
20,151
0
160,492
134,735
t2)
180,476

344,919
20,036
620
247,010
175,023
(2)
437,562

1,437,176
204,748
2,261
1,313,345
1,220,867
-13,524
1,723,142

62
63
64
65
66
67
68

17,411
•=408
22,707
39,710
40,147
-437
38,481
15

-4,986
16,447
17,342
28,803
24,767
4,036
40,721
15

39,597
4,388
9,163
53,148
44,287
8,899
34,367
21

-55,261
8,216
88,174
41,129
81,601
-40,472
60,441
23

-10,887
569
2,043
-8,275
- 1 1 ,256
2,981
15,550
13

-2,315
10,238
7,282
15,205
13,390
1,815
6,550
8

-21,349
- 1 ,642
0
-22,991
3,552
-27,020
14,763
18

39,072
0
28,450
67,522
42,471
24,435
20,481
19

-198,904
111,150
250,042
162,288
311,373
-149,085
184,442
18

69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76




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233

88. Income, expenses, and dividends of member banks, by District, 19821—Continued
C. Other than large banks
Statements for each bank reflect fully consolidated operations. Figures are in thousands of dollars.
Item

Boston

New York

Philadelphia

.

2,972,003

7,339,785

2,561,007

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

1,853,906
239,924

3,894,860
1,057,206

1,498,145
215,888

111,719

357,040

121,086

248,762
170,525
7,867
35,482
94,744
65,146
83,401
60,526

706,778
352,086
133,479
35,639
113,192
116,209
437,519
135,779

389,523
172,352
30,690
198
28,182
40,838
35,625
28,479

13 Operating expenses total

2,721,237

6,727,519

2,317,746

502,614
335,752
94,986
870,590

1,057,388
731,701
708,332
2,047,049

327,181
216,406
16,000
1,206,118

307,754

564,376

107,971

57,913
5,630
152,223
76,979
316,796

166,765
13,351
379,589
197,954
861,013

31,888
22,079
112,496
60,946
216,661

250,766
36,597
214,167
-9,938
-4,895
-5,043
209,125
76
77
209,202

612,267
107,614
504,654
-44,166
- 19,645
-24,509
480,147
1,195
5
1,190
481,337

243,260
34,068
209,192
= 6,680
= 3,239
= 3,441
205,751
81
2
79
205,830

1,347,034
1,075
1,348,109
209,202
9,352
8,904
448
72,412
86,188
11
= 192
1,552,681

3,911,591
848
3,912,443
481,337
139,854
135,106
4,748
199,396
210,944
160
49,062
4,570,977

1,502,773
1,717
1 ,504,483
205,830
236,495
236,075
420
78,839
69,918
0
3,259
1,958,990

143,977
21,367
6,689
76,979
79,115
C2)
169,895

355,773
53,171
20,106
197,954
220,405
-673
405,926

95,043
12,717
10,151
60,946
54,193
(2)
124,671

11,903
18,390
1,377
31,670

27,712
47,694
12,550
87,952

24,034
6,792
0
30,827

25,545
151

54,290
198

19,056
195

1 Operating income, total

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

54
55
56
57

MEMO
Provision for U S federal income taxes
Provision for U S state and local income taxes
Provision for foreign income taxes
Total

19

58 Number of full-time equivalent employees3
59 Number of banks 3

234



....
....

....
....
....

....
....
....
....
.

....
....

..

....

...

....

.
..

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St. Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas City

Dallas

San
Francisco

Line

3,965,078

4,068,284

7,206,250

8,753,351

2,605,749

3,463,511

5,370,517

7,090,284

3,687,591

1

2,246,366
244,363

2,397,698
174,402

4,158,283
381,327

4,929,770
629,951

1,532,859
54,428

2,321,360
112,191

3,464,572
76,114

4,538,447
260,540

2,404,861
200,021

2
3

239,250

297,934

502,014

522,883

197,415

137,736

417,697

521,907

142,456

4

669,678
294,013
11,066
23,479
62,940
94,408
49,542
29,968

596,584
260,870
27,913
10,464
44,942
120,571
84,099
52,808

1,030,252
483,327
16,988
18,467
102,434
237,060
193,653
82,447

1 ,494,534
538,109
60,492
18,743
127,328
182,968
152,558
96,013

516,946
163,987
7,178
1,166
24,578
57,257
30,434
19,497

430,766
170,185
6,338
3,955
1 1 ,740
60,133
188,873
20,234

684,488
360,808
12,328
14,068
46,679
139,898
100,054
53,809

803,164
464,789
13,762
8,172
54,216
216,633
107,515
101,135

377,485
191,149
8,520
35,265
38,135
151,703
78,888
59,107

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

3,625,804

3,684,151

6,541,190

8,212,689

2,373,792

3,129,089

4,808,475

6,365,645

3,373,214

13

531,665
280,303
4,853
1,911,041

628,533
316,781
3,078
1,694,280

1,070,315
836,737
20,495
2,624,164

1,151,910
842,874
15,780
4,149,447

306,128
266,316
0
1,285,730

368,507
426,775
0
1,499,688

693,020
801,944
0
1,987,174

852,912
1,646,620
32,847
2,168,750

653,793
486,331
2,347
1,231,533

14
15
16
17

221,837

272,994

536,175

511,088

132,826

148,078

290,923

334,894

240,594

18

31,121
3,661
177,157
116,288
347,869

36,134
7,414
213,525
85,887
425,533

27,646
9,335
370,226
244,354
801,746

70,004
14,970
385,174
311,998
759,451

11,883
2,477
99,399
71,665
197,374

21,640
10,852
111,617
153,099
388,838

40,179
7,907
214,981
272,908
499,434

34,803
18,647
278,498
386,073
611,604

23,426
7,893
206,846
135,261
385,199

19
20
21
22
23

339,274
8,711
330,563
-47,248
-22,784
-24,456
306,102
= 31
-16
-18
306,084

384,134
46,512
337,625
= 47,139
= 22,374
= 24,749
312,873
1,512
605
910
313,778

665,064
87,097
577,966
-55,554
-25,914
-29,612
548,345
5,931
1,234
4,699
553,044

540,659
19,498
521,168
-27,088
-12,808
-14,255
506,910
4,517
258
4,259
511,169

231,959
26,140
205,820
-489
-644
157
205,977
-1,775
= 860
-915
205,062

334,418
82,010
252,417
-21,797
-11,130
- 10,655
241,752
213
-1
216
241,967

562,048
102,844
459,202
-16,935
-9,509
-7,400
451,810
322
49
277
452,075

724,640
92,917
631,726
-33,542
-15,523
-18,009
613,715
471
58
413
614,127

314,382
69,785
244,596
3,747
221
3,520
248,119
= 2,679
-2,197
-482
247,630

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

2,640,495
2,985
2,643,478
306,084
20,560
6,768
13,792
60,099
166,820
17
4,497
2,867,883

2,366,210
227
2,366,440
313,778
3,780
-13,002
16,782
38,631
121,589
0
2,109
2,603,153

3,997,477
4,621
4,002,096
553,044
82,849
41,128
41,721
190,941
264,088
401
50,086
4,614,533

5,482,493
-156
5,482,329
511,169
35,057
24,484
10,573
24,448
286,665
174
3,277
5,769,432

1,667,609
-953
1,666,652
205,062
13,111
5,983
7,128
2,369
69,619
280
305
1,817,587

1,950,505
324
1,950,824
241,967
7,812
2,396
5,416
4,704
95,052
36
4,320
2,114,549

3,268,574
2,011
3,270,583
452,075
100,802
42,748
58,054
13,202
220,368
272
22,235
3,638,001

3,888,161
530
3,888,689
614,127
226,092
64,019
162,073
7,917
224,587
0
43,541
4,555,769

2,002,182
-958
2,001,222
247,630
210,391
68,026
142,365
877
97,067
1,707
5,742
2,367,091

35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46

163,178
25,164
5,1Q7
116,288
122,448
(2)
187,283

181,793
28,372
6,456
85,887
96,163
<2)
206,347

322,454
59,914
20,291
244,354
271,271
(2)
375,728

376,066
48,645
3,778
311,998
314,928
(2)
425,557

105,806
14,680
389
71,665
75,748
(2)
116,789

154,940
42,328
278
153,099
179,009
171,630

227,071
48,266
119
272,908
274,624
(2)
273,732

296,894
51,415
1,278
386,073
290,836
20
444,835

177,611
21,044
594
135,261
127,866
(2)
206,638

47
48
49
50
51
52
53

-14,264
197
0
-14,067

17,185
7,545
0
24,729

48,041
13,302
1,073
62,411

= 6,146
13,054
0
6,909

22,572
2,022
0
24,594

47,591
23,259
0
70,851

79,458
13,969
0
93,305

75,304
408
1,722
77,434

49,056
17,154
1,591
67,801

54
55
56
57

31,023
342

37,258
346

62,625
519

62,421
873

17,836
381

27,481
501

36,324
888

44,025
844

32,984
194

58
59




C-)

235

89. Selected assets and liabilities of minority-owned banks, in the United States by size of bank,
December 31, 19821
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
2
3
4
5

Total securities held
U.S. Treasury
U.S. government agencies and corporations
States and political subdivisions
All others

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
12 Total assets

15,668

81,240

130,295

255,877

483,080

12,480
13,328

926
665

65,849
39,536
16,024
2,780

73,054
72,736
66,287
10,811

132,547
171,900
163,553
12,595

283,930
297,500
246,790
26,851

9,707
35,464

59,090
239,877

0
13,945
2,062
11,990

110,773
457,218
2,246
22,096
2,390
20,057

200,367
991,409
2,898
50,644
6,932
4,4
760

379,937
1,723,968

0
2,881
268
1,828

532,393

967,962

2,036,362

3,629,932

93,215

5,144
89,566
11,652
81,515

LIABILITIES
13
14
15
16
17
18

Deposits
Demand—Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Time and savings—Individuals, partnerships,
and corporations
U.S. government
States and political subdivisions
All other
Certified and officers checks

26 Total liabilities
27 Subordinated notes and debentures

214,979

321,829

660,392

421
1,059

778
7,017

447,407
46,748
110,553
5,542
12,542

1,158,317
23,140
191,307
11,564
29,116

1,888,973
95,779
397,611
18,305
49,734

458,918
136,185
322,733

837,772
284,145
553,627

1,735,273
405,329
1,329,944

3,110,795
848,888
2,261,907

85
77
30
1,254

7,580
3,502

24,811
3,987

565

1,323

7,394

22,222

80,928
43,394
2,044
32,584

113,404
50,960
3,962
63,454

80,278

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

106,428
241,346
23,528
79,821

78,832
23,229
55,603

19 Total deposits
20
Demand
21
Time and savings

17,156
41,903
2,363
15,930

477,959

890,116

1,894,223

3,342,576

82

2,294

2,498

3,721

8,595

10

763

1,610

5,591

25,046
28,887
20,653

31,927
65,752
39,129

88,254
119,747
65,171

EQUITY CAPITAL
28
29
30
31

Preferred stock—Par
Common stock—Par
Surplus
Undivided profits and capital reserves

-1,886

3,208
23,652
18,005
7,275

32 Total equity capital

12,857

52,140

7,4
539

138,418

278,764

33 Total liabilities and equity capital

93,215

532,393

967,962

2,036,362

3,629,932

12

32

28

19

91

34 Number of banks

236




7,629

7,103

90. Denominations of U.S. currency in circulation, 1982
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Item
1 Total in circulation

1

....

2 Coin and small-denomination currency
3 Coin
4
$12
5 $2
6
$5
7 $10
8
$20
9 Large -denomination
currency
$50
$100
$500
$1 000
$5,000 .
$10 000

10
11
12
13
14
15

Mar.

Feb.

May

Apr.

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

140,475 140,525 142,572 143,975 146,483 148,170 148,081 149,390 149,205 150,095 154,120 156,158
72,664
13,071
3,408

72,745
13,077
3,386

73,937
13,137
3,424

74,056
13,207
3,434

75,060
13,288
3,476

75,752
13,356
3,497

75,036
13,389
3,468

75,631
13,441
3,476

75,655
13,453
3,474

76,266
13,471
3,501

79035
13,558
3,609

680

79 631
13,597
3,682

677

677

677

678

679

679

680

680

679

683

684

4,474
10,943
40,091

4,434
10,923
40,248

4,485
10,999
41,215

4,475
10,974
41,288

4,540
1 1 ,079
41,998

4,557
11,192
42,471

4,494
10,970
42,035

4,529
1 1 ,054
42,451

4,521
10,997
42,531

4,704
4,539
1 1 ,052 11,546
43,023 44,935

4,810
11 677
45,181

67,811
14,441
53,016

67,780
14,540
52,886

68,635
14,810
53,471

69,919
14,977
54,588

71,423
15,312
55,757

72,418
15,490
56,576

73,045
15,574
57,119

73,759
15,717
57,690

73,550
15,816
57,382

73,829
15,893
57,585

75,085
16,460
58,275

161
187
2
4

161
187
2
4

161
187
2
4

161
187
2
4

161
187
2
4

160
186
2
4

160
186
2
4

160
186
2
4

160
186
2
4

76 527
16,785
59,392

160
185
2
4

159
185
2
4

159
185
2
4

91. Assets of pension funds, 1971-1982
A. Totals for private and public funds
Book value of all assets other than equities at end of year, millions of dollars
Type

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1 All types
2 Private funds
3
Insured
4
Noninsured'
5 Public funds
6
State and local government . . . .
7
U.S. government
8
Civil service^
9
Railroad retirement

275.8
176.5
46.4
130.1
99.3
69.0
30.4
26.0
4.4

322.3
208.4
52.3
156.1
114.0
80.6
33.4
29.1
4.3

310.6
190.4
56.1
134.3
120.2
84.7
35.5
31.4
4.1

302.5
176.3
60.8
115.5
126.2
88.0
38.2
34.4
3.9

365.7
219.0
72.2
146.8
146.7
104.8
41.9
38.5
3.4

427.7
260.9
89.0
171.9
166.9
120.4
46.4
43.1
3.3

465.2
279.8
101.5
178.3
185.4
132.5
52.9
50.0
2.9

531.1
317.5
119.1
198.3
213.6
153.9
59.8
56.7
3.1

598.6
361.2
139.2
222.0
237.4
169.7
67.7
64.6
3.1

727.1
452.6
165.8
286.8
274.5
198.1
76.4
73.9
2.5

793.8
485.9
192.7
293.2
307.9
221.7
86.2
84.8
1.4

931.7
573.4
228.8
344.6
358.6
260.7
97.9
97.4
.5

B. Types held by private noninsured funds
Book value of all assets other than equities at end of year, millions of dollars
Type
1 Total financial assets
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Demand deposits and currency . .
Time deposits
Corporate equities .
U.S. government securities . . . .
Corporate and foreign bonds . . .
Mortgages
Miscellaneous assets
. . . .




1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

130.1

156.1

134.3

115.5

146.8

171.9

178.3

198.3

222.0

286.8

293,2

344.6

1.3
.3
88.7
2.7
28.6
3.7
4.8

1.6
.3
115.2
3.7
27.6
2.7
5.0

1.4
1.1
90.5
4.4
29.5
2.4
5.1

1.3
3.7
63.3
5.5
34.0
2.4
5.3

1.5
2.4
88.6
10.8
35.8
2.4
5.5

1.6
2.3
109.7
14.7
35.5
2.4
5.7

1.7
4.8
101.9
20.1
42.1
2.5
5.2

1.8
10.3
107.9
22.2
48.0
2.8
5.4

1.9
8.9
123.7
25.0
53.7
3.1
5.8

1.9
10.3
175.8
30.9
58.1
3.7
6.2

2.0
12.0
167.1
40.0
61.7
3.8
6.6

2.1
9.3
200.4
53.5
68.1
4.1
7.0

237

92. Terms of consumer installment credit1
Percent per annum; unless noted otherwise

1982

losn
19oU

1 0S t

1430
15 47
1499
17.31

16.54
18 09
17 45
17.78

14.83
19 10

16.17

16.15

2000

20.75

17.69
20 38

17 66
20 57

17 73
20 63

15 38
20 80

14 78
20 84

45 0
34.8

45.4
35.8

46 0
34.0

45 4
37.3

45 7
37.0

45 7
37.0

45 8
36 8

45 9
36 8

87.6
942

86.1
91.8

85.3
903

86.0
900

85.0
900

84.0
90 0

85 0
900

85 0
900

6 322
3,810

7 339

8,178

7 921

7 651

4,343

4,746

4646

4,657

7 758
4 638

8 401
4 653

4698

June

Item

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 QO1

19a2

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

INTEREST RATES

Commercial banks 2
36-month new car
24-month personal
84-month mobile home .
Credit card
Auto finance companies
5
New car
..
6
Used car

1
2
3
4

16.83
18 65
18.05
18.51

17
18
17
18

05
76
98
14

17
18
18
18

20
90
23
41

OTHER TERMS3
7
8
9
10
11
12

Maturity (months)
New car
Used car
Loan-to-value ratio
New car
Used car
....
Amount financed (dollars)
New car
Used car

.....

.

8 617

1982

Commercial banks 2
36-month new car
24-month personal
84-month mobile home
Credit card
Auto finance companies
5
New car
6
Used car

INTEREST RATES

17
18
18
18

1
2
3
4

08
93
43
7^

15 97
1799
17 55
18 75

15.42
20 86

17.83
20 98

17 87
20 93

17 35
20 89

16 66
20 76

12 82
20 68

12 57
20 63

46.0
36.9

460
36.9

46 1
36.9

46 1
37.1

45 9
37.1

464
36.9

46 4
369

85.0
90.0

85.0
900

85.0
91 0

85.0
91 0

85.0
91 0

87.0
91 0

87 0
900

8,553
4,772

8,189

8 085

7 968

8 468

4,799

4,790

8 184
4,821

8 339

4,806

4,822

4,846

OTHER TERMS3
7
8
9
10
11
12

Maturity (months)
New car . . . . .
Used car
Loan-to-value ratio
New car
Used car
Amount financed (dollars)
New car
Used car

.

...

93. Security credit reported by nonbank lenders subject to margin regulations, June 30, 19821
Millions of dollars
Regulation T
Type of credit
NYSE
members
1
2
3
4

Margin stock
Convertible bonds
Subscription issues
"Plan lenders"

5 Total

238



242
17

18
0
0

11,852

18

11,593
. . .

Other
brokers
and dealers2

Regulation G

Total

1753

11,786

Total
11,611

.

242
17

11,870

102

242
17
102

277

12,147

94. Detailed debit and credit balances at brokers carrying margin accounts, June 30, 1982
Millions of dollars, except for number of firms
Item

NYSE
member
firms

AMEX
member
firms1

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 general 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
16 Total

2,026

2,028

7,896
2,199
3,535

1
2
0

7,897
2,201
3,535

16,121
11,593
242
17
2,266
2,003

20
18
0
0
2
0

16,141
11,611
242
17
2,268
2,003

300

300

2,475
26,518

2,476
26,524

574
42,557

574
42,560

104,201

35

104,236

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
30 Credit balances and money borrowed that are subordinated to general creditors
under approved agreements
31 Net credit balances in general partners' 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
35 Total

36
37
38

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

15,782

15,787

5,178
3,839
564
6,201

5,178
3,843
564

6,202

8,140
4,350
2,177

0
3
2

8,140
4,353
2,179

10,463
6,233
1,036
1,363
1,831

16
14
0
1
0

10,479
6,247
1,036
1,364
1,831

1,251

1,252

162
13,891

0
0

162
13,891

6,177
41,808

7
1

6,184
41,809

104,201

35

104,236

176
36
1,896

1,898

7,662
1,147
3,086
1,779

7,662
1,147
3,088
1,780

43 Total

15,782

15,787

44 Amount to be repaid for securities sold under repurchase agreements
45 Number of
firms

45,482
159

45,482
163

39
40
41
42




176
36

239

95. Commitments of life insurance companies for income-property mortgages1
Number
of loans

Total
amount
committed
(millions
of dollars)

1980
1981

656
493

1982
January
February . .
March
April

671
37
42
56
54
45
38
42
31
66
54
90
116

Period

May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

240




Averages2
Loan
amount
(thousands
of dollars)

Contract
interest
rate
(percent)

4,180 3
3,262.3

6,610
6,409

12.77
14.44

4,828.4
152 9
267.8
677 3
468.8
231 8
147.0
323.9
163 5
263.4
413 4
813.3
905 3

6,815
4,132
6,376
12,095
8,681
5,151
3,869
7,711
5,275
3,991
7,656
9,037
7,804

14.66
15.23
15.71
14.86
15.34
15.45
14.79
15.19
14.42
14.60
14.29
13.20
12.88

Loanto- value
ratio
(percent)

Capitalization rate
(percent)

Debt
coverage
ratio

Percent
constant

18/2
15/3

73.1
70.0

12.2
13.1

.27
.31

13 2
14.7

11/3
14/2

66.2
63.5
64.8
69.0
65.8
67.7
65.6
62.1
67.9
65.4
67.1
67.1
68.1

12.4
13.2
12.5
13.1
12.7
13.4
12.0
12.5
12.0
11.8
12.2
11.3
11.5

.34
.66
.29
28
.27
.42
.44
.39
.25
.23
.24
.34
.29

14.9
15 4
15.9
15 1
15.5
15 4
15.0
15.6
14.9
14.9
14 7
13.5

Maturity
(years/
months)

7/6
19/5
11/4
16/0

8/9
12/10

8/8
8/9
10/2
8/11

9/8

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Part 3—Notes to Tables




Notes to Tables

Part 1—Regular Tables
TABLE 1
1. Unless otherwise noted, rates of change are calculated from
average amounts outstanding in preceding month or quarter. 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) travelers 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 14. Rates
beginning 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.
^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.

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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
TABLE 4
character of business of a reserve city bank. The presence of the
1. Daily average borrowings in immediately available funds of head office of such a bank constituted designation of that place as
121 large member banks (banks with assets of $1 billion or more a reserve city. Cities in which there were Federal Reserve Banks
as of December 31, 1977) disaggregated by lender and term to or branches were also reserve cities. Any banks having net demand
deposits of $400 million or less were considered to have the charmaturity.
Immediately available funds are those that borrowing banks re- acter of business of banks outside of reserve cities and were perceive the same day that the transfer of these funds is initiated. mitted to maintain reserves at ratios set for such banks.
Effective August 24, 1978, the Regulation M reserve requireUnsecured borrowings in immediately available funds—federal
funds—are acquired mainly from commercial banks and, to a lesser ments on net balances due from domestic banks to their foreign
extent, from other depository institutions and federal agencies. Other branches and on deposits that foreign branches lend to U.S. resiborrowings in immediately available funds are principally sales of dents were reduced to zero from 4 percent and 1 percent respecU.S. Treasury and federal agency obligations under an agreement tively. The Regulation D reserve requirement of borrowings from
to repurchase—security repurchase agreements—and are obtained unrelated banks abroad was also reduced to zero from 4 percent.
Effective with the reserve computation period beginning Novemfrom a much wider range of customers, including nonbank securities
dealers, nonfinancial corporations, and state and local governments. ber 16, 1978, domestic deposits of Edge corporations were subject
There is also a small amount of borrowing in immediately available to the same reserve requirements as deposits of member banks.
funds in the form of promissory notes, repurchase agreements in3. Negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts and time
volving other assets, due bills, and certain other obligations.
deposits such as Christmas and vacation club accounts are subject
Borrowings of immediately available funds may have a specified to the same requirements as savings deposits.
term to maturity—as short as one business day—or may be made
The average reserve requirement on savings and other time deunder continuing contract. Transactions under continuing contract posits before implementation of the Monetary Control Act had to
remain in effect until terminated, without any requirement of prior be at least 3 percent, the minimum specified by law.
notice by either borrower or lender. Information is provided on two
4. Effective November 2, 1978, a supplementary reserve rematurity categories: one-day plus continuing-contract borrowings,
quirement of 2 percent was imposed on large time deposits of
and all other maturities.
$100,000 or more, obligations of affiliates, and ineligible acceptances. This supplementary requirement was eliminated with the
reserve maintenance period beginning July 24, 1980.
TABLE 5
Effective with the reserve maintenance period beginning October 25, 1979, a marginal reserve requirement of 8 percent was
1. Rate applied to discounts of eligible paper and advances se- added to managed liabilities in excess of a base amount. This
cured to the satisfaction of the Federal Reserve Bank pursuant to marginal requirement was increased to 10 percent beginning April
section 201.4(b) of Regulation A. Adjustment credit is extended 3, 1980, was decreased to 5 percent beginning June 12, 1980, and
to assist an institution in meeting temporary requirements for funds was eliminated as of July 24, 1980. Managed liabilities are defined
or to cushion more persistent outflows of funds pending an orderly as large time deposits, Eurodollar borrowings, repurchase agreeadjustment of an institution's assets and liabilities. (See section ments against U.S. government and federal agency securities, fed201.3(a) of Regulation A.)
eral funds borrowings from nonmember institutions, and certain
2. Rate applied on advances to assist smaller depository insti- other obligations. In general, the base for the marginal reserve
tutions in meeting regular needs for funds arising from expected requirement was originally the greater of (a) $100 million or (b) the
patterns of movement in deposits and loans. (See section 201.3(b)(l) average amount of the managed liabilities held by a member bank,
of Regulation A.)
Edge corporation, or family of U.S. branches and agencies of a
3. Rate applicable to advances when exceptional circumstances foreign bank for the two reserve computation periods ending Sepor practices involve only a particular depository institution and to tember 26, 1979. For the computation period beginning March 20,
advances when an institution is under sustained liquidity pressures. 1980, the base was lowered by (a) 7 percent or (b) the decrease in
(See section 201.3(b)(2) of Regulation A.) The current structure an institution's U.S. office gross loans to foreigners and gross
applies the basic rate to the first 60 days of borrowing and adds balances due from foreign offices of other institutions between the
on a surcharge of 1 percentage point for the next 90 days, and of base period (September 13-26, 1979) and the week ending
2 percentage points thereafter.
March 12,1980, whichever was greater. For the computation period
beginning May 29, 1980, the base was increased by 7v/2 percent
above the base used to calculate the marginal reserve in the stateTABLE 6
ment week of May 14-21, 1980. In addition, beginning March 19,
1980, the base was reduced to the extent that foreign loans and
1. For changes in reserve requirements beginning in 1963, see
balances declined.
Annual Statistical Digest, 1971-1975 and for earlier changes, see
5. The Garn-St Germain Depository Institutions Act of 1982
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, 63rd Annual
Report, 1976, table 13. Under provisions of the Monetary Control (Public Law 97-320) provides that $2 million of reservable liabilities
Act, depository institutions include commercial banks, mutual sav- (transaction accounts, nonpersonal time deposits, and Eurocurrency
ings banks, savings and loan associations, credit unions, agencies liabilities) of each depository institution be subject to a zero percent
reserve requirement. The Board is to adjust the amount of reservable
and branches of foreign banks, and Edge Act corporations.
2. Requirement schedules are graduated, and each deposit in- liabilities subject to this zero percent reserve requirement each year
terval applies to that part of the deposits of each bank. Demand for the next succeeding calendar year by 80 percent of the perdeposits subject to reserve requirements are gross demand deposits centage increase in the total reservable liabilities of all depository
5. Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks plus vault cash
used to satisfy reserve requirements less required reserves. (This
measure of excess reserves is comparable to the old excess reserve
concept published historically.)

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institutions, measured on an annual basis as of June 30. No corresponding adjustment is to be made in the event of a decrease.
Effective December 9, 1982, the amount of the exemption was
established at $2.1 million. In determining the reserve requirements
of a depository institution, the exemption shall apply in the following order: (1) nonpersonal money market deposit accounts
(MMDAs) authorized under 12 CFR section 1204.122; (2) net NOW
accounts (NOW accounts less allowable deductions); (3) net other
transaction accounts; and (4) nonpersonal time deposits or Eurocurrency liabilities starting with those with the highest reserve ratio.
With respect to NOW accounts and other transaction accounts, the
exemption applies only to such accounts that would be subject to
a 3 percent reserve requirement.
6. For nonmember banks and thrift institutions that were not
members of the Federal Reserve System on or after July 1, 1979,
a phase-in period will end September 3, 1987. For banks that were
members on or after July 1, 1979, but withdrew on or before
March 31, 1980, the phase-in period established by Public Law
97-320 will end on October 24, 1985. 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. All new institutions will have a two-year phase-in beginning
with the date that they open for business, except for those institutions that have total reservable liabilities of $50 million or more.
7. Transaction accounts include all deposits on which the account holder is permitted to make withdrawals by negotiable or
transferable instruments, payment orders of withdrawal, and telephone and preauthorized transfers (in excess of three per month)
for the purpose of making payments to third persons or others.
However, certain accounts are not considered transaction accounts
but rather savings deposits subject to time deposit reserve requirements: MMDAs and similar accounts offered by institutions not
subject to the rules of the Depository Institutions Deregulation
Committee that permit no more than six preauthorized, automatic,
or other transfers per month of which no more than three can be
checks.
8. The Monetary Control Act of 1980 requires that the amount
of transaction accounts against which the 3 percent reserve requirement applies be modified annually by 80 percent of the percentage
increase in transaction accounts held by all depository institutions
determined as of June 30 each year. Effective December 31, 1981,
the amount was increased accordingly from $25 million to $26
million; and effective December 30, 1982, to $26.3 million.
9. 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 of interest 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. 96221) transferred the authority of the agencies to establish maximum
rates payable on deposits to the Depository Institutions Deregulation
Committee. The ceilings on rates on time deposits in denominations
of $ 100,000 or more with maturities of 30-89 days were suspended
in June 1970; and those on 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 Home 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. 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 in excess of $100,000 at savings and loan associations was
decreased to 14 days. Effective October 30, 1980, the minimum
maturity or notice period for time deposits at mutual savings banks
was decreased to 14 days.
6. Effective October 30, 1980, the minimum maturity or notice
period for time deposits at commercial banks was decreased to 14
days.
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.

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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 2'/2-year or more variable-ceiling certificates or in 26week money market certificates regardless of the level of the Treasury bill rate.
TIME DEPOSITS SUBJECT TO VARIABLE CEILING RATES
7- to 31-day time deposits. Effective September 1, 1982, depository institutions are authorized to issue nonnegotiable time deposits of $20,000 or more with a maturity or required notice period
of 7 to 31 days. The maximum rate of interest payable by thrift
institutions is the rate established and announced (auction average
on a discount basis) for U.S. Treasury bills with maturities of 91
days at the auction held immediately before the date of deposit or
renewal ("bill rate"). Commercial banks may pay the bill rate
minus 25 basis points. The interest rate ceiling is suspended when
the bill rate is 9 percent or below the four most recent auctions
held before the date of deposit or renewal.
91-day time deposits. Effective May 1, 1982, depository institutions were authorized to offer time deposits that have a minimum
denomination of $7,500 and a maturity of 91 days. The ceiling rate
of interest on these deposits is indexed to the discount rate (auction
average) on most recently issued 91-day Treasury bills for thrift
institutions and the discount rate minimum 25 basis points for
commercial banks. The rate differential ends 1 year from the effective date of these instruments and is suspended at any time the
Treasury bill discount rate is 9 percent or below for four consecutive
auctions.
Six-month money market time deposits. Effective June 1, 1978,
commercial banks and thrift institutions were authorized to offer
time deposits with a maturity of exactly 26 weeks and a'minimum
denomination of $10,000. 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 (4-week average bill
rate). Ceilings are determined as follows:
Bill rate or 4-week
average bill rate
7.50 percent or below
Above 7.50 percent

Commercial bank ceiling
7.75 percent
V* of 1 percentage point plus the
higher of the bill rate or 4-week
average bill rate
Thrift ceiling

7.25 percent or below
Above 7.25 percent, but
below 8.50 percent
8.50 percent or above, but
below 8.75 percent
8.75 percent or above

7.75 percent
V2 of 1 percentage point plus the
higher of the bill rate or 4-week
average bill rate
9 percent
\/4 of 1 percentage point plus the
higher of the bill rate or 4-week
average bill rate

12-month ait savers certificates. Effective October 1, 1981,
depository institutions are 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 those 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

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return) from gross income is generally authorized for interest income
from ASCs.
2'/z-year to less than 3V2-year time deposits. Effective August 1, 1981, commercial banks were authorized to pay interest on
any variable ceiling nonnegotiable time deposit with an original
maturity of 2'/2 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. Effective May 1, 1982, the
maximum maturity for this category of deposits was reduced to less
than 3!/2 years. Thrift institutions may pay interest on these certificates
at a rate not to exceed the average 2!/2-year 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 they may be offered vary biweekly.
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'/2 years or more. Effective January 1,
1980, the maximum rate for commercial banks was 3/4 percentage
point below the average yield on 2'/2-year U.S. Treasury securities;
the ceiling rate for thrift institutions was *A percentage point higher
than that for commercial banks. Effective March 1, 1980, a temporary
ceiling of 11% percent was placed on these accounts at commercial
banks and 12 percent on these accounts at savings and loans. Effective
June 2, 1980, the ceiling rates for these deposits at commercial
banks and savings and loans were 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.

TIME DEPOSITS NOT SUBJECT TO INTEREST RATE
CEILINGS
Money market deposit accounts. Effective December 14, 1982,
depository institutions are authorized to offer a new account with
a required initial balance of $2,500 and an average maintenance
balance of $2,500 not subject to interest rate restrictions. No minimum
maturity is required for this account, but depository institutions
must reserve the right to require seven days' notice before withdrawals.
When the average balance is less than $2,500, the account is subject
to the maximum ceiling rate of interest for NOW accounts; compliance
with the average balance requirement may be determined over a
period of one month. Depository institutions may not guarantee a
rate of interest for this account for a period longer than one month
or condition the payment of a rate on a requirement that the funds
remain on deposit for longer than one month. No more than six
preauthorized automatic, or other third-party transfers are permitted
per month, of which no more than three can be checks. Telephone
transfers to third parties or to another account of the same depositor
are regarded as preauthorized transfers.
IRAs and Keogh (H.R. 10} plans (IS months or more). Effective
December 1, 1981, depository institutions are 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.
Time deposits of 3l/2 years or more. Effective May 1, 1982,
depository institutions are authorized to offer negotiable or
nonnegotiable time deposits with a minimum original maturity of
3'/2 years or more that are not subject to interest rate ceilings. Such
time deposits have no minimum denominations, but must be made

available in a $500 denomination. Additional deposits may be made
to the account during the first year without extending its maturity.

TABLE 9
1. Sales, redemptions, and negative figures reduce holdings of
the System Open Market Account; all other figures increase such
holdings. Details may not add to totals because of rounding.

TABLE 10-A
1. 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
sale-purchase transactions.
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. Includes special investment account at Chicago Bank of Treasury bills maturing within 90 days.
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.

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, 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 travelers 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).

TABLE 11
1. Accounts of individuals, partnerships, and corporations, and
of states and political subdivisions.
2. Accounts authorized for negotiable orders of withdrawal (NOW)
and accounts authorized for automatic transfer to demand deposits
(ATS). ATS data are available starting in December 1978.
3. Excludes ATS and NOW accounts as well as special club
accounts, such as Christmas and vacation clubs.
SOURCES. Data for demand deposits are available beginning in
1970 estimated in part from the debits series for 233 SMS As that
were available through June 1977, Data for ATS and NOW accounts
and savings deposits are available beginning in July 1977. Back
data are available on request from the Banking Section, Division
of Research and Statistics, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, D.C. 20551.
TABLE 12
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) travelers 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




TABLE 13
1. 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.
2. Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks (which exclude
required clearing balances) plus vault cash at institutions with required reserve balances plus vault cash equal to required reserves
at other institutions.
3. 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.
4. 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.
5. Reserves of depository institutions series reflects actual reserve requirement percentages with no adjustments to eliminate the

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effect of changes in Regulation D, including changes associated
with the implementation of the Monetary Control Act. Includes
required reserves of member banks and Edge Act corporations and,
beginning November 13,1980, other depository institutions. Under
the transitional phase-in program of the Monetary Control Act of
1980 and provisions of the Depository Institutions Act of 1982, the
net changes in required reserves of depository institutions have been
as follows: effective November 13, 1980, a reduction of $2.9 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; September 3, 1981, a reduction of $1.1 billion; November 12, 1981, an increase of $210 million; January 14, 1982,
a reduction of $60 million; February 11, 1982, an increase of $170
million; March 4, 1982, an estimated reduction of $2.0 billion;
May 13, 1982, an estimated increase of $150 million; August 12,
1982, an estimated increase of $140 million; September 2, 1982,
an estimated reduction of $1.2 billion; October 28, 1982, an estimated reduction of $ 100 million; December 23,1982, an estimated
reduction of $800 million. Beginning with the week ended December 23, 1981, reserve aggregates have been reduced by shifts of
reservable liabilities to International Banking Facilities (IBFs). On
the basis of reports of liabilities transferred to IBFs by U.S. commercial banks and agencies and branches of foreign banks, it is
estimated that required reserves were lowered on average by $60
million to $90 million in December 1981 and $180 million to $230
million in January 1982, mostly reflecting a reduction in reservable
Eurocurrency transactions.

9. U.S. includes the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
TABLE 15

1. Commercial banks are those in the 50 states and the District
of Columbia with national or state charters plus U.S. agencies and
branches of foreign banks, New York investment companies majority owned by foreign banks, and Edge Act corporations owned
by domestically chartered and foreign banks.
2. Includes seasonally adjusted federal funds, RPs, and other
borrowings from nonbanks and not seasonally adjusted net Eurodollars and loans to affiliates. Includes averages of Wednesday data
for domestically chartered banks and averages of current and previous month-end data for foreign-related institutions.
3. Other borrowings are borrowings on any instrument, such as
a promissory note or due bill, given for the purpose of borrowing
money for the banking business. This includes borrowings from
Federal Reserve Banks and from foreign banks, term federal funds,
overdrawn due from bank balances, loan RPs, and participations
in pooled loans. Includes averages of Wednesday figures for member banks and averages of current and previous month-end data for
foreign-related institutions. Beginning November 1980, fluctuations of federal funds, RPs, and other borrowings from nonbanks
(lines 3 and 4) are derived from changes in the following: security
RP borrowings (lines 13 and 14)5 borrowings from Federal Reserve
Banks, borrowings from foreign banks, one-day and term federal
funds purchased and RPs from other depository institutions, foreign
banks, and foreign official institutions.
4. Loans initially booked by the bank and later sold to affiliates
TABLE 14
that are still held by affiliates. Averages of Wednesday data.
5. Averages of daily figures for member and nonmember banks.
1. All commercial banks include domestically chartered banks,
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, New York investment Before October 1980, nonmember banks were interpolated from
companies majority owned by foreign banks, and Edge Act cor- quarterly call report data.
6. Includes averages of current and previous month-end data
porations owned by domestically chartered and foreign banks. Data
are prorated averages of Wednesday estimates for domestically until August 1979; beginning September 1979 averages of daily
chartered banks, based on weekly reports of a sample of domest- data.
7. Based on daily average data reported by 122 large banks
ically chartered banks and quarterly reports of all domestically
chartered banks. For foreign-related institutions, data are averages beginning February 1980 and 46 banks before February 1980.
8. Includes U.S. Treasury demand deposits and Treasury taxof month-end estimates based on weekly reports from large agencies
and branches and quarterly reports from all agencies, branches, and-Ioan notes at commercial banks. Averages of daily data.
9. Averages of Wednesday figures.
investment companies, and Edge Act corporations engaged in bank10. Beginning August 28, 1974, loans sold outright to bank
ing.
2. Beginning December 1981, shifts of foreign loans and se- affiliates reflect a newly issued definition of the group of affiliates
curities from U.S. banking offices to international banking facilities included as well as a somewhat different group of reporting banks.
Total loans sold were reduced $100 million on the new basis.
(IBFs) reduced the levels of several items.
11. As of December 1, 1979, loans sold to affiliates were re3. Adjusted to exclude federal funds sold to commercial banks
duced $800 million due to corrections of two New York City banks.
and domestic commercial interbank loans.
12. Estimated effects of shifts of foreign assets from U.S. bank4. The merger of a commercial bank with a mutual savings bank
beginning February 24, 1982, increased total loans and securities ing offices to international banking facilities (IBFs).
$1.0 billion; U.S. Treasury securities, $0.1 billion; other securities,
$0.1 billion; total loans and leases, $0.8 billion; and real estate
TABLE 16
loans, $0.7 billion.
5. The merger of a commercial bank with a mutual savings bank
beginning March 17, 1982, increased total loans and securities $0.6
1. Figures are partly estimated; all data are for the last Wednesbillion; U.S. Treasury securities, $0.1 billion; other securities, $0.1 day of the month. Domestically chartered commercial banks include
billion; total loans and leases, $0.4 billion; and real estate loans, all commercial banks in the United States except U.S. branches of
$0.4 billion.
foreign banks. Figures for all bank-premises subsidiaries and other
6. Beginning June 2, 1982, total loans and securities, total loans significant majority-owned domestic subsidiaries are included; figand leases, and loans to individuals were increased $0.5 billion due ures for securities are reported gross—that is, before deduction of
to acquisition of loans by a commercial bank from a nonbank valuation reserves.
institution.
2. The formation of international banking facilities (IBFs) be7. Reclassification of loans beginning September 29, 1982, in- ginning December 1981 reduced assets and liabilities of commercial
creased real estate loans $0.3 billion and decreased nonbank fi- banks because of shifts of assets from U.S. banking offices.
nancial loans $0.3 billion.
3. All commercial banking institutions include domestically
8. Loans sold are those sold outright to a bank's own foreign chartered commercial banks, agencies and branches of foreign banks
branches, nonconsolidated nonbank affiliates of the bank, the bank's located in the United States, Edge Act corporations owned by
holding company (if not a bank), and nonconsolidated nonbank domestically chartered and foreign banks, and New York State
subsidiaries of the holding company.
foreign investment companies majority owned by foreign banks.

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Data for domestically chartered commercial banks (partly estimated) are for the last Wednesday of the month. Data for foreignrelated institutions 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 was substantially revised for commercial banks on December 31, 1978. 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.
TABLES 18 AND 19
1. The report of condition was substantially revised for commercial banks on December 31, 1978. 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.
4. Although the data for line 35 of the Annual Statistical Digest,
1981 were correct, the item "Multifamily" was incorrect and should
have read "Mobile homes." Line 36, "Secured by nonfarm nonresidential properties," should have been deleted.
TABLE 20-A
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 88-141.
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
148-49.
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
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
148-49.
TABLE 21
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
148-49.
TABLE 22
1. Figures include cash items in process of collection. Estimates
of grcss 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.
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TABLE 23
1. Institutions engaged primarily in commercial, savings, and
mortgage banking; sales, personal, and 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.
5. Effective December 1, 1982, there was a break in the commercial paper series. The key changes in the content of the data
involved additions to the reporting panel, the exclusion of broker
or dealer-placed borrowings under any master note agreements from
the reported data, and the reclassification of a large portion of bankrelated paper from dealer-placed to directly placed.

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.

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 of yields (to maturity or call) for all outstanding
bonds neither due nor callable in less than 10 years, including
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. Provided by Standard & Poor's Corporation.
15. 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.
16. Weekly figures are averages of daily quotations for the week
ending Wednesday.

TABLE 25

TABLE 27

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.
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.

1. Beginning July 5, 1983, The American Stock Exchange rebased its index, making August 31, 1973 = 50, rather than 100,
2. 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-rnonth data for member firms of
the New York Stock Exchange.
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.
3. A distribution of this total by equity class is shown in part C
of this table.
4. Free credit balances are in accounts with no balance due to
the brokers and are subject to withdrawal by customers on demand.
5. Each customer's equity in his collateral (market value of
collateral less net debit balance) is expressed as a percentage of
current collateral values.
6. Balances that may be used by customers as the margin deposit
required for additional purchases. Balances may arise with transfers
based on increases in loan values of collateral in the customer's
margin account or with deposits of cash (usually sale proceeds).

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.

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TABLE 28-A
1. Holdings of stock in the Federal Home Loan Banks are included 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.
Data for December 31, 1981, are revised as follows:
1 Assets
...
Loans
2 Mortgage .
...
3 Other
Securities
4 U S government2 . . . .
5 State and local government
6 Corporate and other3
7 Cash
8 Other assets .

175,728
...

..

99,997
14,753

....
....

9,810
2 288
37,791
5 442
5,649

...

....

175,728

10 Deposits 4
...
1 1 Regular
12
Ordinary savings
13
Time and other . . . .
14 Other
15 Other liabilities
....
16 General reserve accounts

...

155,110
153,003
49 425
121,343
2 108
10,632
9 986

9 Liabilities

.

....

Electrification and Telephone Revolving Fund, and Rural Telephone Bank; it also includes, effective November 1981, petroleum
acquisition and transportation and strategic petroleum reserve.
4. 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.
5. 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 loanvaluation 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 1984.

TABLE 30-A

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.

1. Supplemental medical insurance premiums and voluntary hospital insurance premiums have been reclassified from social insurance receipts to 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 1984.

TABLE 28-C

TABLE 30-B

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 "Other assets."

1. Supplemental medical insurance premiums and voluntary hospital insurance premiums have been reclassified from social insurance receipts to offsetting receipts in the health function.
2. Consists of 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 1984. 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.

17 MEMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding5

1,293

TABLE 31
TABLE 28-D
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
1. Supplemental medical insurance premiums and voluntary hospital insurance premiums have been reclassified from social insurance receipts to offsetting receipts in the health function.
2. Half-year figures are calculated as a residual (total surplus or
deficit less trust-fund surplus or deficit),
3. Other off-budget includes the Postal Service Fund, Rural




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. In July 1982, the U.S. Treasury Department discontinued
publishing the debt by holder on a monthly basis, switching to a
quarterly basis.
2. 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.
3. Nonmarketable dollar-denominated and foreign currency-denominated series held by foreigners.

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4. Held almost entirely by U.S. government agencies and trust
funds.
5. Data for Federal Reserve Banks and U.S. government agencies and trust funds are actual holdings; data for other groups are
Treasury estimates.
6. 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.
7. Includes savings and loan associations, nonprofit institutions,
credit unions, mutual savings banks, 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 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.
In July 1982, the U.S. Treasury Department discontinued publishing security ownership figures.
2. Excludes trust departments.

TABLE 34-A
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 transactions 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.

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.

TABLE 35
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. Includes both on-budget and off-budget debt,
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 was permitted to borrow from the Federal
Financing Bank (FFB). This authority expired in September 1982.
8. Includes debt issued to the FFB and debt issued to the public.
9. 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.
10. 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 small.
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.

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).

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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.
SOURCES. U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

TABLE 38
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.

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 39
SOURCE. Survey of Current Business (U.S. Department of Commerce).

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 Sys1. For description of series, see Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. tem, Washington, D.C. 20551.
2. Includes loans held by nondeposit trust companies but not
64 (July 1978), pages 533-37.
bank trust departments.
2. The ratio of total current assets to total current liabilities.
3. Outstanding principal balances of mortgage-backed securities
SOURCE. Federal Trade Commission and Bureau of the Census.
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,
TABLE 41
and U.S. agencies for which amounts are small or separate data
1. "Other" consists of construction; social services and mem- are not readily available.
SOURCES. Based on data from various institutional and governbership organizations; and forestry, fisheries, and agricultural
ment sources, with figures for some quarters estimated in part by
services.
SOURCE. Survey of Current Business (U.S. Department of Com- the Federal Reserve in conjunction with the Federal Home Loan
Bank Board and the U.S. Department of Commerce. Separation of
merce).
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 44

TABLE 40

1. Weighted averages based on sample surveys of mortgages
closed by major institutional lenders during the first five full 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" 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 U.S.
Department of Housing and Urban Development.
5. Average gross yields on 30-year, mmtmum-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.




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,

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charge-offs, and other credits). Monthly data or net change are
seasonally adjusted.
A
Data are revised.

Monthly data for line 20 for 1970-82 are revised as follows:
Feb.
122.6
133.5
143.1
160.8
175.9
189.0

Mar.
123,4
134.6
143.7
162.7
176,9
189.9

Apr.
126.7
135.1
144.6
164.0
178.4
195.0

May
126.2
135.8
146.0
164.7
180.7
208.5

June
126.1
139.4
144.5
166.0
182.2
201.7

1976
1977 ....
1978
1979 ....
1980 ....

210.7
227.8
253.5
286.9
321.2

212.8
227.2
256.1
289.4
322.2

213.7
232.4
260.1
292.9
324.1

214.5
233.8
263.2
294.7
323.6

215.7
235.3
264.8
296.3
324.7

216.3
238.2
266.8
298.2
326.8

354.2
385.0

357.6
386.5

360.7
387.7

362.5
391.7

363.8
392.9

366.8
393.4

July

1. Monthly data are seasonally adjusted.
2. Includes auto dealers and excludes 30-day charge credit held
by travel and entertainment companies.
A
Data are revised; extensions and repayments are not available
after December 1982.

Jan.
121.7
133.1
141.5
157.7
175.0
187.9

1981 ....
1982

TABLE 47

Year
1970 ....
1971
1972 ....
1973
1974
1975

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

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. Corporate bonds include net issues by Netherlands Antilles
subsidiaries, and U.S. foreign direct investment is before subtracting reflows of capital from Netherlands Antilles subsidiaries' foreign financing.
3. Industrial revenue bonds. Issued by state and local governments to finance private investment and secured in interest and
principal by the industrial user of the funds.
4. Loans 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 are revised as follows:
1979
1980
1981

122.0
107.0
110.0

Annual data for line 20 for 1970-82 are revised as follows:
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

. . . . . . 126.9 1975 . . .
200.1
. 137.2 1976
218 0
. . . . . . 147.91977 . . . . . . 239.8
. . . . 166.9 1978 . .
269.0
. . . . . . 182.2

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1979
301.2
1980
3329
1981 . . . . . . 370.4
1982
3966

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975

.. .
.. .
.. .
.. .
...
.. .

128.0
137,5
147.5
167.4
184.1
200.4

128.9
138.5
149.1
168.8
184.7
202.7

129.6
138.8
149.9
170.5
185.7
204.3

129.3
139.1
152.9
172.1
187.3
206.0

129.5
139.6
155.3
173.7
187.3
207.1

130.7
141.4
156.7
174.5
188.3
208.0

1976
1977
1978
1979
1980

.. .
.. .
.. .
.. .
.. .

218.3
241.8
270.8
303.2
333.6

219.7
243.6
273.1
305.9
336.4

220.9
245.8
275.3
307.6
340.4

222.1
248.3
278.6
310.5
344.0

224,8
250.6
281.3
313.0
347.3

226.4
253.1
284.8
315.4
350.6

1981
1982 ....

372.7
400.6

376.1
400.9

379.2
402.0

382.6
403.7

384.2
406.8

383.8
407.4

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 Informations Systems Company, F.W. Dodge Division.
Data for 1970 and 1971 are based at 1972 = 100.
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.
1. 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 5 and 6 and indexes for series mentioned in notes 3 and 7
may also be found in Survey of Current Business.

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).

3. For after-tax profits, dividends, and the like, see table 39.
SOURCE. Survey of Current Business (Department of Commerce) .

TABLE 57
TABLE 52
1. Persons 16 years of age and over. Monthly figures, which
are based on sample data, relate to the calendar week that contains
the 12th day; annual data are averages of monthly figures. By
definition, seasonality does not exist in population figures. Based
on data from Employment and Earnings (U.S. Department of
Labor).
2. Includes self-employed, unpaid family, and domestic service
workers,
3. Data include all full- and part-time employees who worked
during, or received pay for, the pay period that includes the 12th
day of the month, and exclude proprietors,* self-employed persons,
domestic servants, unpaid family workers, and members of the
Armed Forces. Data are adjusted to the March 1979 benchmark,
and only seasonally adjusted data are available at this time. Based
on data from Employment and Earnings.

TABLE 53
1. Not at annual rates.
2. Not seasonally adjusted.

TABLE 54
1. Published groupings include some series and subtotals not
shown separately. For a detailed description of the 1976 revision
and for historical data, see ' 'Industrial Production: 1976 Revision''
(Board of Governors, 1979).
2. 1972 dollar value.
3. Value of new construction data in recent periods may not be
strictly comparable with data in prior periods because of changes
by the Bureau of the Census in its estimating techniques. For a
description of these changes see Construction Reports (C-30-765), issued by the Bureau in July 1976.
SOURCE. Census Bureau estimates for all series except (a) mobile
homes, which are private, domestic shipments as reported by the
Manufactured Housing Institute and seasonally adjusted by the Census Bureau, and (b) sales and prices of existing units, which are
published by the National Association of Realtors. All back and
current figures are available from originating agency. Permit authorizations are those reported to the Census Bureau from 16,000
jurisdictions beginning with 1978.

TABLE 55
1. Not seasonally adjusted.
2. Figures for consumer prices are those for all urban consumers.
3. Excludes intermediate materials for food manufacturing and
manufactured animal feeds.
SOURCE. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

TABLE 56
1, With inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments.
2. With capital consumption adjustment.




1. With inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments.
2. With capital consumption adjustment.
SOURCE. Survey of Current Business (Department of Commerce) .

TABLE 58
1. Seasonal factors are no longer calculated for lines 12 through
41.
2. Data are on an international accounts (LA,) basis, which
differs from the Census basis data for reasons of coverage and
timing. Military exports are excluded from merchandise data and
are included in line 6.
3. 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 58-71.
Data in table 58 are from Survey of Current Business (U.S.
Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis).
FT900 "Summary of U.S. Export and Import Merchandise Trade"
(U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census).
Table 60 is based on U.S. Treasury Department data and on data
reported to the Treasury Department by the International Monetary
Fund.
Tables 61 through 69 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 70 and 71 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 59
1. Foreign trade of the U.S. Virgin Islands is included in the
Census basis trade data; this adjustment has been made for all data
shown in the table. Beginning with 1982 data, the value of imports
are on a customs valuation basis.
The Census basis data differ from merchandise trade data shown
in table 58, Summary of U.S. International Transactions, for reasons of coverage and timing. On the export side, the largest adjustments are: (a) the addition of exports to Canada not covered in
Census statistics, and (b) the exclusion of military sales (which are

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combined with other military transactions and reported separately
in the "service account" in table 58, line 6). On the import side,
additions are made for gold, ship purchases, imports of electricity
from Canada and other transactions; military payments are excluded
and shown separately as indicated above.

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.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 58.

TABLE 60

TABLE 61-B

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 68. Gold stock and earmarked gold are valued at $42.22 per
fine troy ounce.
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. SDR
holdings, and reserve position in the IMF are valued on this basis
beginning in July 1974. At valuation used before July 1974
(SDR1 = $1.20635) total U.S. reserve assets, SDR holdings, and
reserve position in IMF were as follows (in millions of dollars, end
of period).

1. Includes the 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.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 58.

Total

Month

1982
January
February
March . .
April

.

..
.

...

May
June
July
August
September
October
November .
December

...

....

SDRs

Reserve
position
in IMF

30,168
30,320
30,326
31,790
31 215
31,283
31 855
31,962
31 864
32,695
34,825
34.485

4 389
4,666
4 666
4,585
4 851
4,927
5 071
5,125
5 410
5,452
5 508
5.741

5 094
5,228
5 389
5,959
6069
6,208
6 534
6,638
6 676
6,700
7 425
7.384

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.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 58.

TABLE 62-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 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.
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.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 58.

TABLE 61-A
TABLE 62-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.

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1. Includes the Bank for International Settlements. Also includes
Eastern European countries not included in line 23.
2. Comprises Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, the 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 or-

ganizations, 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.
^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.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 58.

TABLE 63
1. Includes the Bank for International Settlements. Also includes
Eastern European countries not included in line 23.
2. Comprises Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, the 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.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 58.

TABLE 64
1. Data for banks' own claims are given on a monthly basis,
but the data for claims of banks' own domestic customers are
available on a quarterly basis only.
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 nonnegotiable 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.
^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.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 58.




TABLE 65
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.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 58.
TABLE 66
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.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 58.

TABLE 67
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.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 58.

TABLE 68
1. Excludes deposits and U.S. Treasury securities held for international and regional organizations.
2. Marketable U.S. Treasury bills, notes, and bonds; and nonmarketable U.S. Treasury securities payable in dollars and in foreign currencies.
3. Earmarked gold is gold held for foreign and international
accounts; it is not included in the gold stock of the United States.
Earmarked gold and the gold stock are valued at $42.22 per fine
troy ounce.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 58.
TABLE 69
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.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 58.

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TABLE 70
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.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 58.

7. "U.S. banking subsidiaries" refers to U.S. banking subsidiaries majority-owned by the foreign bank and by related foreign
banks and includes U.S. offices of U.S.-chartered commercial banks,
of Edge Act and Agreement corporations, and of New York State
(Article XII) investment companies.
8. In some cases two or more offices of a foreign bank within
the same metropolitan area file a consolidated report.
TABLE 74

TABLE 71
1. Table 64, "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 appear at the end of notes for table 58.

TABLE 72
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.
2. In May 1978 a broader category of claims on foreign public
borrowers, including corporations that are majority owned by foreign governments, replaced the previous, more narrowly defined
claims on foreign official institutions.

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 not covered include (1) U.S. agencies and branches of foreign banks, and (2) foreign subsidiaries of
U.S. banks. To minimize duplication, the data are adjusted to
exclude the claims on foreign branches held by a U.S. office or
another foreign branch of the same banking institution. The data
in this table combine foreign branch claims in table 72 (the sum
of lines 6 through 9) with the claims of U.S. offices in table 63
(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.
TABLE 75

TABLE 73
1. Data are aggregates of categories reported on the quarterly
form FFIEC 002, "Report of Assets and Liabilities of U.S. Branches
and Agencies of Foreign Banks." This form was first used for
reporting data as of June 30, 1980. From November 1972 through
May 1980, U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks had filed
a monthly FR 886a report. Aggregate data from that report were
available through the Federal Reserve statistical release G . l l , last
issued on July 10, 1980. Data in this table and in the G . l l tables
are not strictly comparable because of differences in reporting panels and in definitions of balance sheet items.
2. Includes the District of Columbia.
3. Agencies account for virtually all of the assets and liabilities
reported in California.
4. Includes all offices that have the power to accept deposits
from U.S. residents, including any such offices that are considered
agencies under state law.
5. Total assets and total liabilities include net balances, if any,
due from or due to related banking institutions in the United States
and in foreign countries (see footnote 6). On the former monthly
branch and agency report, available through the G.ll statistical
release, gross balances were included in total assets and total liabilities. Therefore, total asset and total liability figures in this table
are not comparable to those in the G.ll tables.
6. "Related banking institutions" includes the foreign'head office and other U.S. and foreign branches and agencies of the bank,
the bank's parent holding company, and majority-owned banking
subsidiaries of the bank and of its parent holding company (including subsidiaries owned both directly and indirectly). Gross
amounts due from and due to related banking institutions are shown
as memo items.

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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.
TABLE 76
1. Rates are for three-month interbank loans except for Canada,
finance company paper; Belgium, three-month Treasury bills; and
Japan, Gensaki rate.

TABLE 77
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, p. 700).

TABLE 78
1. Averages of certified noon buying rates in New York for
cable transfers.
2. Cents per unit of foreign currency.

Part 2—Special Tables

TABLE 82

TABLE 79
1. See the Board's Annual Report 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. Beginning September 1980, 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.

1. Includes all commercial banking offices (including facilities)
on which checks are drawn. There were no nonpar banking offices
as of December 31, 1982.
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.
TABLE 83-A
1. Figures include all banks in Alaska and Hawaii, but exclude
nonmember banks in territories and possessions.
2. State member figures include 1 bank in Puerto Rico.
3. As of December 31, 1982, includes 13 state member noninsured and 1 noninsured national trust companies.
4. Figures exclude new banks organized to succeed operating
banks.

TABLE 80

TABLE 83-B

1. In 1981, earnings credits were classified as a deduction from
current net income.
2. Includes distribution of costs for projects performed by one
Bank for the benefit of one or more other Banks.
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
$4,519,237, which was allocated to the expenses of other Federal
Reserve Banks for operation of the Federal Reserve Communications System.
5. This item consists of unrealized net losses related to revaluation of assets denominated in foreign currencies to market exchange rates.
6. For additional details, see the Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System, 69th Annual Report, 1982 (1983), pages
203-06.

1. These are branches of insured nonmember banks in Puerto
Rico that were admitted to membership in the Federal Reserve
System.
2. The Federal Reserve no longer maintains data on automated
teller machines.
3. Provided at military and other government establishments
through arrangements made by the U.S. Treasury Department.
TABLE 84
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.

TABLE 85
TABLE 81
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

2. As of December 31, 1982, includes 13 state member noninsured trust companies and 1 noninsured national trust company.
3. Banking facilities (other than branches) that are provided at
military and other government establishments through arrangements
made by the Treasury; 78 banks operated such facilities and 23 had
no other type of branch or facility in 1982.




1. Number in parentheses is total of banking organizations in
state.
2. Independent bank.

TABLE 86
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 1982 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

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(CBCTs), facilities, foreign branches and subsidiaries, and Edge
Act and Agreement corporations, when applicable.
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 of 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.

corporations, unions, multiemployer groups, and nonprofit organizations.
2. Includes Foreign Service Retirement and Disability Trust Fund.
TABLE 92
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 averages for purchased contracts on automobile loans. For description
of data, see Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 59 (September 1973),
pages 641-45.
2. Data are available for midmonth of quarter only.
3. At auto finance companies.

TABLES 87 and 88
1. Data exclude 14 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 93
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.
TABLE 94

TABLE 89
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 1982 classified in two ways:

By type of minority
Black
Hispanic
Women
Asian
American Indian

By type of bank charter
45
27
8
9
3

TABLE 95

Federal Reserve member
National
State

44
4

Nonmember state

44

TABLE 90
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 91
1. Includes deferred profit-sharing funds and pension funds of

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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.
2. Excludes subordinated borrowing.
3. Excludes subordinated indebtedness, which is included in the
item "Credit balances and money borrowed" (line 30) above.

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.

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 and deposits
Banking organizations, percentage of total held
by 10 largest, 85
Banks in holding company groups, 86
Assets and liabilities (See also Foreigners)
Banks, by classes, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20(A)
Domestic finance companies, 42
Federal Reserve Banks, 10(A), 79
Foreign banks, U.S. branches and agencies, 73
Minority-owned banks, 89
Nonfmancial corporations, 40
Savings institutions, 28
Assets of pension funds, 91
Automobiles
Consumer installment credit, 46, 47
Production, 53
Bankers acceptances, 9, 23(B), 26, 80
Bankers balances, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 (See also Foreigners)
Banking offices
Banks in holding company groups, 86
In operation, number and changes, 81, 83, 84
Par, number, 82
Banks for Cooperatives, 35
Banks in holding company groups, 86
Bonds (See also U.S. government securities)
New issues, 37
Rates, 1(A.2)
Branch banks, 72, 73, 81, 83(B)
Budget, U.S. (See Federal finance)
Business activity, nonfinancial, 50
Business expenditures on new plant and 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), 79
Central banks, foreign discount rates, 75
Certificates of deposit, 20(B), 26
Commercial and industrial loans
Commercial banks, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 25, 73
Weekly reporting banks, 20, 21
Commercial banks
Assets and liabilities, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20(A)
Banking offices, number and changes, 81, 83, 84
Banking organizations, percentage of total assets and deposits
held by ten largest, 85
Business loans, 24




Commercial banks—Continued
Commercial and industrial loans, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 25, 73
Consumer loans held, by type and terms, 46, 47, 92
Debits and deposit turnover at, 11
Loans and securities, 14
Loans sold outright, 20(B)
Nondeposit funds, 15
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, 1(A.2), 23(A), 26, 42
Condition statements (See Assets and liabilities)
Construction, 50, 54
Consumer installment credit, 46, 47, 92
Consumer prices, 50, 55
Consumption expenditures, 56, 57
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, 12, 90
Customer credit, stock market, 27(B, C, D), 93, 94
Debits to deposit accounts, 11
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
Reserve requirements, 6
Reserves and related items, l(A.l, B), 2, 3, 13
Deposits (See also specific types)
Banking organizations, percentage of total deposits held by 10
largest, 85
Banks, by classes, l(A.l, B), 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 28(B)
Banks in holding company groups, 86
Federal Reserve Banks, 2, 10(A), 79
Turnover, 11
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, 80
Member banks, 88
Dollar, U.S., index of weighted-average value, 77

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Employment, 50, 52
Eurodollars, 26
Farm mortgage loans, 45
Federal agency obligations, 2, 9, 10(A, C), 34(A, B), 79
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, 79
Condition statement, 10(A), 79
Discount rates (See Interest rates)
Income, expenses, and dividends, 80
Payments to U.S. Treasury on earnings, 80
Surplus, 80
U.S. government securities held, 2, 10(A, C), 32, 33, 79
Federal Reserve credit, 2, 3, 10(A, C), 79
Federal Reserve notes, 10(A, B), 79, 80
Federally sponsored credit agencies, 35
Finance companies
Assets and liabilities, 42
Business credit, 43
Loans, 20(A), 46, 47, 92
Paper, 23(A), 26
Finance rates (See Interest rates)
Financial institutions, loans to, 20(A)
Float, 2
Flow of funds, 48, 49
Foreign banks, assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and
agencies, 73
Foreign currency operations, 10(A), 79, 80
Foreign deposits in U.S. banks, 2, 10(A), 20(A), 79
Foreign exchange rates, 78
Foreign trade, 59
Foreigners
Claims on, 63, 64, 65, 66, 71, 72, 74
Liabilities to, 20, 61, 62, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 72
Gold
Certificate account, 10(A), 79
Stock, 2, 60
Government National Mortgage Association, 35, 44, 45
Gross national product, 56, 57
Housing, new and existing units, 54
Income, personal and national, 50, 56, 57
Income and expenses
Federal Reserve Banks, 80
Insured commercial banks, 87
Member banks, 88
Industrial production, 50, 53
Installment loans, 46, 47, 92
Insurance companies, 28(C), 32, 33, 45, 95
Insured commercial banks, 17, 18, 19, 81, 83, 87
Interest rates
Bonds, 1(A.2)
Business loans of banks, 25

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Interest rates—Continued
Federal Reserve Banks, 1(A,2), 5
Foreign central banks, 75
Foreign countries, 76
Installment credit, selected types, 92
Money and capital markets, 1(A.2), 26
Mortgages, 1(A.2), 44
Prime rate, 24
Time and savings deposits, 8
International banking facilities, 15
International capital transactions of United States, 58-74
International organizations, 61, 62, 63, 67, 68, 69
Inventories, 56
Investment companies, issues and assets, 38
Investments (See also specific types)
Banks, by classes, 16, 28(B)
Commercial banks, l(A.l, B), 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
Federal Reserve Banks, 10(A, C), 79
Savings institutions, 28, 45, 95
Labor force, 52
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), 14, 16-21, 25, 73
Federal Reserve Banks, 1(A.2), 2, 3, 5, 10(A, C), 79, 80
Insured or guaranteed by United States, 44, 45
Savings institutions, 28, 45, 95
Manufacturing
Capacity utilization, 50, 51(C)
Employment, 50
Production, 51(A)
Margin accounts
Brokers' detailed debit and credit balances, 94
Selected statistics, 27(B, C, D)
Margin regulations, credit subject to, by type, 93
Margin requirements, 7
Member banks (See also Depository institutions)
Banking offices, number and changes, 81, 83
Federal funds and repurchase agreements, 4
Income and expenses, 88
Reserve requirements, 6
Reserves and related items, l(A.l, B)
Mobile homes shipped, 54
Monetary and credit aggregates, 1 , 1 3
Money and capital market rates (See Interest rates)
Money stock measures and components, l(A.l, B), 12
Mortgages (See Real estate loans)
Mutual funds (See Investment companies)
Mutual savings banks, 20(A), 2B(B), 32, 33, 45, 46, 47, 81, 83
(See also Thrift institutions)
National banks, offices in operation, number, changes, 81, 83
National defense outlays, 30(B)
National income, 56
Nonmember banks
Banking offices, number and changes, 81, 83
Income and expenses, 87
Open market transactions, 9
Par banking offices, number, 82
Pension funds, assets, 91
Personal income, 50, 56, 57
Prices
Consumer and producer, 50, 55
Stock market, 27(A)
Prime rate, 24

Producer prices, 50, 55
Production, 50, 53
Profit and loss, Federal Reserve Banks, 80
Profits, corporate, 39
Real estate loans
Banks, by classes, 17, 18, 19, 20(A)
Savings institutions, 28
Terms, yields, and activity, 1(A.2), 44
Type of holder and type of property, 45
Repurchase agreements and federal funds, 4, 20(A)
Reserve requirements, 6
Reserves
Commercial banks, 16, 17
Depository institutions, 2, 3, 13, 79
Federal Reserve Banks, 79
Member banks, l(A.l, B)
U.S. reserve assets, 60
Residential mortgage loans, 44
Retail credit 46, 47, 92
Retail sales, 50
Saving
Flow of funds, 48, 49
National income accounts, 56
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), 93, 94
Federal and federally sponsored credit agencies, 35
Foreign transactions, 69
New issues, 36, 37
Prices, 27(A)
Special drawing rights
Allocations, 58
Certificate account, 2, 10(A, B), 79
Holdings, 48, 58, 60
State and local governments
Deposits, 20(A)
Holdings of U.S. government securities, 32, 33




State and local governments—Continued
New security issues, 36
Ownership of securities issued by, 28(B, C)
Rates on securities, 1(A.2)
State member banks, offices in operation, 81, 83
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, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
Trade, foreign, 59
Treasury currency and Treasury cash, 2
Treasury deposits, 2, 10(A), 29, 79
Treasury operating balance, 29
Unemployment, 52
U.S. government balances
Commercial bank holdings, 20(A)
Treasury deposits at Reserve Banks, 2, 10(A), 29, 79
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, 10(A, C), 32, 33,
79, 80
Foreign and international holdings and transactions, 10(A), 32,
67, 68
Open market transactions, 9
Outstanding, by type and holder, 32, 33
Ownership of securities issued by, 28(B, C)
Rates, 1(A.2), 26
U.S. international capital transactions, 58-74
Veterans Administration, 44, 45
Weekly reporting banks, 20, 21
Wholesale (producer) prices, 50, 55
Yields (See Interest rates)

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