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H.4.2 Weekly Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks and Domestic Subsidiaries

1919-1996

  • Condition of Member Banks, 1919-1920
  • Condition of Member Banks in Leading Cities, 1920-1929
  • Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in Leading Cities (B 804), 1929-1935
  • Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in 101 Leading Cities (B 804), 1935-1937
  • Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in 101 Leading Cities (FR 284), 1937-1941
  • Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in Leading Cities (FR 284), 1941-1946
  • Condition of Weekly Reporting Member Banks in Leading Cities (H.4.2), 1947-1966
  • Weekly Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks (H.4.2), 1966-1969
  • Weekly Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks and Domestic Subsidiaries (H.4.2), 1969-1978
  • Weekly Consolidated Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks and Domestic Subsidiaries (H.4.2), 1979-1991
  • Weekly Consolidated Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks in the United States, 1991-1996
  • H.4.2 Weekly Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks and Domestic Subsidiaries


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From December 16, 1917 to February 1, 1919, the Board published Condition of Member Banks together with Resources and Liabilities of the Federal Reserve Banks. On February 8, 1919, the two releases were separated.

From 1927 to 1946, condition of reporting member banks in New York and Chicago was part of H.4.2; as of May 14, 1946, the data was published as a separate release, H.4.3.

1919-1996

  • sudocs: FR 1.16
  • oclc: 2565465
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Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.), 1935- and Federal Reserve Board, 1914-1935. H.4.2 Weekly Condition Report of Large Commercial Banks and Domestic Subsidiaries. 1919-1996. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/974, accessed on October 21, 2018.

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