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

ANNUAL STATISTICAL DIGEST

1984

October 1985

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Preface

The ANNUAL STATISTICAL DIGEST is designed as a compact source of economic—and, especially, financialdata. 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 through
1983, covers data for only a single year—in this case,
1984—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 this issue, series include revisions to all the data available through July 1985. 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.
2055 L Suggestions for making the DIGEST more useful
may be sent to the Economic Editing Unit, Stop 94, at
the same address.
Please note that the index refers to table numbers, not
page numbers.

Symbols and Abbreviations

ATS
CD
FHA
FHLBB
FSLIC
G-10
GNMA
GNP
HUD
IPCs
MMDA
n.a.

Automatic transfer service
Certificate of deposit
Federal Housing Administration
Federal Home Loan Bank Board
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance
Corporation
Group of Ten
Government National Mortgage Association
Gross national product
Department of Housing and Urban
Development
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Money market deposit account
Not available

n.e.c.
NOW
OPEC
REIT
RP
SDR
SMSA
VA
*

...

Not elsewhere classified
Negotiable order of withdrawal
Organization of Petroleum Exporting
Countries
Real estate investment trust
Repurchase agreement
Special drawing right
Standard metropolitan statistical area
Veterans Administration
Amount is less than one-half the smallest
unit in the table (for example, less than
50,000 when the data are shown in
millions to one decimal place).
Not applicable

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




Contents

The data shown in this issue of the DIGEST are in general for 1984. The exceptions are indicated in parentheses after
the table titles. A list of tables that were in the 1983 DIGEST that have been discontinued appears at the end of this
table of contents.

Part 1—Regular Tables
1. Reserves, money stock, liquid assets, and debt measures
A. Quarterly changes (1981-84)
B. Monthly changes (1981-84)
2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit
A. Monthly averages
B. Weekly averages of daily figures
C. Wednesday figures
D. End-of-month figures
3. Reserves and borrowings of depository institutions
A. Monthly averages
B. Biweekly averages of daily figures
4. Federal funds and repurchase agreements of large member banks
5. Federal Reserve Bank interest rates
A. Short-term adjustment credit to depository institutions
B. Extended credit to depository institutions
6. Reserve requirements of depository institutions, December 31, 1984
7. Margin requirements (1968-84)
8. Maximum interest rates payable on time and savings deposits at federally insured institutions
9. Federal Reserve open market transactions
10. Federal Reserve Banks
A. Consolidated condition statement
B. Federal Reserve note statement
C. Maturity distribution of loans and securities held
11. Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks (1972-84)
A. Seasonally adjusted
B. Not seasonally adjusted
12. Measures and components of the money stock and debt (1981-84)
A. Seasonally adjusted
B. Not seasonally adjusted
13. Aggregate reserves of depository institutions and monetary base (1981-84)
A. Adjusted for changes in reserve requirements
B. Not adjusted for changes in reserve requirements
14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks (1973-84)
15. Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks (1973-84)




3
4
6
7
10
13
14
14
15
17
17
18
18
18
19
20
21
21
22
25
28
30
32
33
34
46

Contents—continued

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series
A. All commercial banking institutions (1973-84)
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks (1973-84)
17. All large weekly reporting commercial banks
18. Gross demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations
19. Commercial paper and bankers dollar acceptances outstanding
A. Commercial paper, seasonally adjusted (1982-84)
B. Bankers dollar acceptances, not seasonally adjusted
20. Prime rate charged by banks on short-term business loans
21. Terms of lending at commercial banks—Based on surveys of loans made
22. Interest rates in money and capital markets
A. Annual and monthly averages
B. Weekly averages
23. 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
24. Selected assets and liabilities of savings institutions
A. Savings and loan associations (1982-84)
B. Mutual savings banks
C. Life insurance companies (1983-84)
D. Credit unions (1983-84)
E. FSLIC-insured federal savings banks
25. Federal fiscal and financing operations
26. U.S. budget
A. Receipts
*
B. Outlays
27. Federal debt subject to statutory limit—Types and ownership
28. Gross public debt of the U.S. Treasury—Types and ownership (1983-84)
29. U.S. government securities dealers
A. Transactions
B. Positions
C. Financing
,
30. Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies
31. New security issues of state and local governments
32. New security issues of corporations (1983-84)
33. Open-end investment companies (1983-84)
34. Corporate profits and their distribution (1982-84)
35. Current assets and liabilities of nonfinancial corporations (1982-84)
36. Total nonfarm business expenditures on new plant and equipment
37. Domestic finance companies—Assets and liabilities (1980-84)
38. Business credit of domestic finance companies
A. Accounts receivable (1975-84)
B. Extensions and repayments (1975-84)




52
58
64
71
72
72
73
73
75
76
81
81
81
81
82
83
83
84
84
85
86
87
88
88

,

89
92
95
96
97
98
99
99
100
100
101
103
108

39.
40.
41.
42.
43.

44.
45.

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

Mortgage markets
Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property (1981-84)
Installment credit—Total outstanding, and net change (1983-84)
Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, December 31, 1984
A. All sectors
B. Private nonbank financial institutions
Flow of funds accounts, 1973-84
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
Personal income and saving
Summary of U.S. international transactions (1983-84)
U.S. foreign trade
U.S. reserve assets
Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions (1983-84)
A. By type
B. By area
Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States
A. By holder and type of liability (1983-84)
B. By area and country (1983-84)
Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States
(1983-84)
Banks' own and domestic customers' claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States (1983-84)
Banks' own claims on unaffiliated foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United
States (December 1982-84)
Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies, reported by banks in the United
States (December 1982-84)
Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign transactions (1983-84)
Foreign official assets held at Federal Reserve Banks
Foreign transactions in securities (1983-84)
Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises in the United States
(December 1981-84)
Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises in the United States
(December 1981-84)




113
114
116
118
120
122
124
126
128
129
129
129
130
131
133
134
135
136
137
138
138
139
139
140
143
146
149
150
150
151
152
153
155
157

Contents—continued

66. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks (1983-84)
67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
A. March 31, 1984
B. June 30, 1984
C. September 30, 1984
D. December 31, 1984
68. Claims on foreign countries held by U.S. offices and foreign branches of U.S.-chartered banks
(1983-84)
69. Discount rates of foreign central banks
70. Foreign short-term interest rates
71. Index of weighted-average value of U.S. dollar
72. Foreign exchange rates

159
163
168
173
178
183
184
184
184
185

Part 2—Special Tables
73.
74.
75.
76.
77.
78.
79.

80.
81.

82.
83.
84.
85.

Statement of condition of Federal Reserve Banks, December 31, 1984
Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks
Banks and branches—Number in operation, December 31, 1984, by state
Banking offices in the United States—Number, and changes in number, December 31, 1984
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 1984—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
Selected assets and liabilities of minority-owned banks, by size of bank, December 31, 1984
Assets of pension funds (1973-84)
A. Totals for private and public funds
B. Types held by private noninsured funds
C. Types held by state and local government retirement funds
Terms of consumer installment credit (1982-84)
Security credit reported by nonbank lenders subject to margin regulations, June 30, 1984
Detailed debit and credit balances at brokers carrying margin accounts, June 30, 1984
Commitments of life insurance companies for income-property mortgages (1982-84)




189
192
194
196
196
197
198
209
209
210
217
224
225
225
225
226
226
227
227

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

231
246

Part 4—Index to Tables
Index to tables

251

Discontinued Tables
Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over—Domestic and foreign offices
Insured commercial banks with assets of $100 million or over—Domestic offices
Insured commercial bank assets and liabilities—Domestic offices
Number of par banking offices
Consolidated report of income
Income, expenses, and dividends of member banks, by Federal Reserve District
Denominations of U.S. currency in circulation
Table 20B, All large weekly reporting commercial banks; Balance sheet memoranda. This table has been combined
with the first part of that table (formerly 20A), which is now table 17,




Part 1—Regular Tables




1. Reserves, money stock, liquid assets, and debt measures
A. Quarterly changes
Annual rate of change, seasonally adjusted, in percent1
1981

Tfpm

1982

Qi
1
2
3
4

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

31
42
100
39

8.3
95
-.2
64

34
22
99
52

1
5
10 8
37

46
4o
-5 5
75

12
18
43
64

40
37
104
72

14 1
13 0
17 1
86

32
70
12 2
12 0
102

88
104
11 5
97
97

30
83
11 9
11 9
93

52
103
11 8
12 0
91

88
95
10 1
10 8
87

29
68
90
94
80

60
93
102
104
89

16 3
99
93
91
98

83
36 7

11.0
16 6

10 1
27 3

12 0
18 1

97
12 9

80
18 0

104
13 9

79
70

...

-33 4
32 7
397

-12 2
17.3
8.5

-13 2
17 7
27 6

-12 0
20 8
28

20
12 5
84

-1 5
22 5
142

13
12 9
104

12 6
-3 5
-24

....

-30 6
19 6
26 2

-11 4
78
19 2

-14 6
43
21 3

-12 7
60
19 2

61
2
24 0

-5 4
87
14 9

8
29
12 1

19 5
-8 9
26 4

144
93

97
97

11 9
93

120
91

10 8
87

94
80

104
89

91
98

95

79

67

68

92

89

70

65

Reserves of depository institutions2
Total3
Required . ,
Nonborrowed
Monetary base4 ... . '
. . . .
Concepts of money, liquid assets, and debts5

6
7
8
9

M2
M3 . . .
L
Debt

. .

Nontransaction components
1 1 M3 only7
Time and savings deposits at commercial banks
12 Savings8
..
...
13 Small-denomination time9 11
14 Large-denomination time10'
Thrift institutions
15 Savings8
16 Small-denomination time910 1
17 Large-denomination time ' '
Debt components
18 Federal
19 Nonfederal
20 Total loans and securities at commercial banks12

1983
Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

61
58
65
95

124
12 6
10 3
103

63
63
21
81

8
3
31
78

77
53
81
95

86
10 3
-3 7
70

68
66
18.0
72

-7
-1 5
6
39

11 4
20 6
10.8
109
93

12.1
105
9.1
98
98

10.3
76
8.8
103
11 5

63
84
9.8
95
109

6.2
72
9.2
11.3
13 1

65
71
10.5
122
13 1

4.5
68
9.5
12.2
12.4

3,2
90
11 0
9.4
12.5

23 6
-27 2

99
28

68
14 2

90
16 0

75
18 2

72
249

7.6
202

10 8
189

-45 0
-45.4
. . . . -496

-14 5
-18.2
-15.7

-6 0
8.4
4

-10 1
174
34

-11 6
9.5
7.4

-67
13.1
21 8

-5 6
13.4
19.3

-104

....

-31 4
-53 0
-7.2

-4.2
-12 6
53.4

2
57
71.2

-5 9
16 1
62.0

-5.0
13 1
52.0

-.9
13 3
48.3

-6.5
17.0
37.9

-6.5
14.8
31.4

. .

109
93

98
98

10 3
11 5

95
10 9

11 3
13 1

122
13 1

12.2
124

12 5

81

95

11 0

12 1

11 9

11 0

9.1

9.1

L

1
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions2
Total 3
Required
..
Nonborrowed
Monetary base4
Concepts of money, liquid assets, and debts5

6
7
8
9

M2
M3
L
Debt .

Nontransaction components
10 M2 6
11 M3 only7

.

. . . .

Time and savings deposits at commercial banks
12 Savings
9
13 Small-denomination time1 1 11
14 Large-denomination time ' '
Thrift institutions
15 Savings8
16 Small-denomination time10 11
17 Large-denomination time '
Debt components
18 Federal
19 Nonfederal

20 Total loans and securities at commercial banks12




1984

Q1

6.9

12.2

94

1. Reserves, money stock, liquid assets, and debt measures—Continued
B, Monthly changes
Annual rate of change, seasonally adjusted, in percent1

Jan.

Item

Feb.

Mar.

Apr,

May

June

July

Aug. L Sept. i Oct. 1 Nov. I| Dec,
, .. .
r

1981

1
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions2
Total3
Required
Nonborrowed 4 .
Monetary base

5
6
7
8
9

Concepts of money, liquid assets,
and debts5
Ml
M2
M3
..
L
Debt

Nontransaction components
10 M26
..
11 M3 only7

-100
-46
43
-2.7

8,9
100
11 1
8.0

13.5
164
26.1
7.8

3,4
142
82
10 9
-9 7 -20 5
5.8
6.8

-1.1
-42
6.4
2,8

1.8
1.7
16.2
7.6

3.9
58
17.5
4.2

5.5
10
13,0
3.2

-7.6
-2.6
8.1
.3

1.4
-1.1
10.9
5.3

6,1
7,2
6.6
11.4

67
6.8
15 2
14.6
99

6.9
8.7
109
11.6
10 1

12.6
12.8
9.7
5.9
10.3

20.4
14.3
14 3
9.8
90

-67
4.6
99
11.3
92

-.8
6,5
9.9
11.3
102

6,2
8,5
12.9
11.7
9.4

8.1
11.6
12.6
12.1
8,1

1.1
8.0
12 1
12.5
9 1

2.5
9.7
11.8
13.5
9.8

9.1
11.8
11,0
10.8
8,7

10.1
11.7
11.0
8.1
8.2

6B
53 8

93
206

12.9
-3 8

12 2
14 3

84
33 9

9.1
24 1

9.2
31 7

12.7
169

103
29 3

12.0
20 7

12.8
77

12.1
85

Time and savings deposits
at commercial banks
12 Savings8
13 Small-denomination time9
14 Large-denomination time10'"

-51 8 -21,0 -13.8
40.7
20.3
17.9
23 1 -13.2
55 0

-3.5 -168
13.0
19.0
375
-9 0

-17.0
20.3
31.7

-5.0 -18.1 -19 1 -14.9
9.8
24.3
19.8
26,6
29.4
22.2
10 2 -2.4

-4.5
16.2
-2.9

1.5
8.0
-3.9

Thrift institutions
15 Savings8
16 Small-denomination time'J
17 Large-denomination time10'"

-47 3 -18 0 -10 6
9.2
21 7
120
15 S
32 1
13 0

-1 2 -190 -229
13
118
119
15 3
35 2
98

-3 7 -17 9 -207 -19 8
69
10.2
-5.6
67
16 9
28 6
25 6
13 7

- 7
1.8
18 1

52
-.8
13 3

Debt components
18 Federal
19 Nonfederal
.

. . .

20 Total loans and securities at
commercial banks12

14 6
99

11.6
10 1

5.9
10 3

98
90

11 3
92

11,3
10 2

11.7
94

12.1
81

12 5
91

13.5
98

10.8
8.7

8.1
82

83

34

6.0

64

14 1

83

2.7

7,3

68

6.6

5.0

10.2

1982

Reserves of depository institutions2
1 Total3
2 Required
3 Nonborrowed .
...
4 Monetary base4

9.6
59
-21 9
91

-.4
39
-9 6
43

-.3
-24
11 8
3,1

-1.9
14
-4 9
61

7.3
41
22 4
10 3

2.5
44
-35
80

3.9
-42
13 5
4.8

9.8
99
18 3
7,1

15.5
13 0
11
93

10.8
10 1
28 8
83

21.9
22,2
186
7.9

8.9
55
84
10.2

20 7
12 9
13 4
14 2
91

-6 3
21
45
93
88

7
66
84
8.1
74

96
72
11 0
99
76

4
82
83
100
84

16
73
92
91
80

22
83
87
10.3
85

14 1
12 3
13 9
12 5
94

15 4
10 7
10 5
82
10 4

19 6
90
10 8
12 0
94

16 5
91
61
5.0
93

80
95
38
6.9
10 5

Nontransaction components
10 M26
..
1 1 M3 only7

10 5
15 2

48
14 2

85
IS 9

64
26 5

10 7
90

91
16 5

10 3
10 5

11 7
20 1

92
95

56
17 7

67
102
-53 -18 7

Time and savings deposits
at commercial banks
12 Savings'*
9
1 3 Small-denomination time10
14 Large-denomination time '"

102

68
6.6

15
17.5
22.1

-3 0
24.0
9.9

-1 5
26.5
192

-15
20.4
83

-8
13.4
10 5

-3 8
17.4
19.5

76
6.2
40

10 6
3.7
-31

-3.2 -10.2
8.1
10.9
27 3
30 1

-64
83
62

-13
92
61

-32
47
18 3

-5.2
47
60

11 1
-2 7
11 9

5
6
7
8
9

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

Thrift institutions
15 Savings8
16 Small-denomination time9
17 Large-denomination time10'"
Debt components
18 Federal
19 Nonfederal
20 Total loans and securities at
commercial banks13 . .




207

-8 6

264

20 2
-7.1
94

21 3 -20 2
-2.8 -19.0
-5.8 -34 7

84
365
-1 5 -13 0
23 6 25 1

28.0 -194
-60 -23 9
45 4
73

14 2
91

93
88

81
74

99
76

10 0
84

91
80

103
85

12 5
94

82
104

12 0
94

50
93

69
10 5

81

12 2

81

97

82

54

75

67

79

77

21

88

1. Reserves, money stock, liquid assets, and debt measures—Continued
B. Monthly changes—Continued
Annual rate of change, seasonally adjusted, in percent1

Jan.

Ttam
item

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1983

Reserves of depository institutions2
1 Total3
..,.
2 Required
3 Nonborrowed
4 Monetary base4

-11 3
-13 2
-8 8
6.1

15 3
19 6
18 0
12.8

19 2
19 6
13 4
12 8

11 2
98
68
8.3

36
46
94
88

160
15 1
80
11.1

52
43
-1 5
6.6

13
34
-4 8
55

32
15
77
11 0

6 -1 8
4 -2 6
12 1 -12 3
71
7,3

12
1
55
66

89
33.4
160
162
9.4

142
21.9
13 3
11 0
7.6

140
9.8
79
80
9.1

8.2
8.5
83
11.5
9.9

15 7
9.3
83
80
9.4

99
8.2
10 3
10.1
12.9

11 5
7.3
73
11.9
12.5

85
63
87
99
9.7

48
7.5
102
86
10.4

80
10.8
84
68
10.9

51
7.7
124
11.5
10,7

42
5.9
82
13 9
12.6

Nontransaction components
10 M26
11 M3 only7

24.4
41 4
-52 9 -23 2

86
-8

8.5
76

7.2
39

7.7
20 1

6.0
71

56
19 4

8.4
21 8

11.6
-2 0

8.5
33 5

6.5
18 3

Time and savings deposits
at commercial banks
12 Savings8
13 Small-denomination time9 . . . .
14 Large-denomination time10'"

-93.9 -47.8 -20.7 -11.0
-2.6
-76 8 -594 -33 7 -84 -63
-4.2 -14.3
-85.2 -52.3 -29.9

-7.7
-3,4
12 6
19
12.4 -11.7

-6.0
13 2
10.7

-8.7
13 0
7.5

-8.7 -14.1 -14.2
21 1
18 6
13 8
14.4
5.3
-9.5

Thrift institutions
15 Savings"
16 Small-denomination time9
17 Large -denomination time10'"

-70 4 -28 2 -8 1
-89 8 -61.3 -246
39 9
-50 8 -3 8

5
6
7
g
9

Concepts of money, liquid assets,
and debts5
Ml
M2
M3
L
Debt

Debt components
18 Federal
.
19 Nonfederal

14
2.1
71 7

14
-3 5
60 7

.0
47 9

o

7
7.4
73 0

27
106
73 3

-7 4
11.1
81 8

-34
17 9
594

-95 -12 3
20.2
15.4
403
40 2

162
94

20 Total loans and securities at
commercial banks12

11 0
76

80
91

11 5
99

80
94

10.1
12 9

11.9
12 5

99
97

8.6
104

6.8
109

11.5
107

13.9
12 6

94

68

11 2

92

86

10.9

120

109

9.7

12 1

15.0

11.2

269
21.0
822
14.4

-1 6
3.5
15 0
3.9

46
2.3
29
7.2

-7.6 -12 1
-5.8 -12.1
-1 7 -18 1
-.4
2.9

11.3
9.1
17.4
7.6

18.8
14.0
25,6
8.0

19 84

Reserves of depository institutions2
2 Required
3 Nonborrowed
4 Monetary base4

5
6
7
8
9

.,

Concepts of money, liquid assets,
and debts5
Ml
M2
M3
L
Debt

Nontransaction components
10 M26
1 1 M3 only7

4
11 0
8.3
7.6
-84 -47 5
4.3
6.9

73
5.6
95
12.9

22 1
11.4
27 6
9.9

24
10.2
-9 5
5.6

76
73
78
82
13.8

64
8.0
99
11 2
13.4

70
66
10 4
14 9
12.3

43
6.5
9.8
93
13.2

72
76
11.7
12 6
13.6

107
7.5
10.1
14 0
12.2

_ 9
5.8
9.8
12 8
12.8

43
66
71
96
12.2

57
8.1
9.3
10.3
10.2

-69
5.4
9.9
7,3
11.8

11 9
13.9
14.1
9.7
14.7

102
13.2
14.3
12.0
14.2

72
98

86
17.9

65
26.3

72
23.7

76
28.7

65
20.8

79
25.7

73
8.9

8.8
14.1

94
27.3

14.6
15.0

14.1
18.6

-64 -10 1
5.1
7.8
14.5
8.9

-7 4
15.8
19.0

-4 6
16.6
38.4

-.9
15.7
20.6

-5 6 -10 3
12.0
13.1
25.0
1,7

-8.5 -11.4 -10.6 -11,6
4.4
7.8
9.2
4.4
14.1
24.4
3.6
1.8

-7.7 -10.5
15,3
18.7
41.5
26.7

-7.1
16.1
4.4

-5,7
15.9
38.2

-5,7
10.8
43,0

-5.8
11.2
39.0

Time and savings deposits
at commercial banks
12 Savings8
9
13 Small-denomination time10 11
14 Large-denomination time '

-13 5
6.8
26

Thrift institutions
15 Savings8
16 Small-denomination time9 11
17 Large-denomination time10'

-3.5
10.2
56.5

-3.5
12.3
58.5

1.4
10.0
41.8

-1.4
11.6
44.6

.7
17.1
45.0

-4.2
17.4
53.0

82
13.8

11 2
13.4

149
12.3

93
13.2

12 6
13.6

14,0
12.2

12 8
12.8

96
12.2

10.3
10.2

7.3
11.8

9.7
14.7

12.0
14.2

9.3

14.7

11.7

10.0

12.6

5.0

11.7

6.9

9.8

6.5

12.9

9.6

Debt component?
18 Federal
19 Nonfederal
20 Total loans and securities at
commercial banks12




2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1984
A. Monthly averages
Millions of dollars

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

172,027

166,904

168,738

174,232

173,797

175,397

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

152,481
151,482
999
8,709
8,630
79
76
726
1,282
8,753

148,137
148,137
0
8,573
8,573
0
0
588
1,100
8,506

149,546
149,128
418
8,604
8,562
42
14
905
1,002
8,667

154,226
152,859
1,367
8,660
8,557
103
87
1,285
756
9,219

152,987
152,313
674
8,571
8,527
44
50
2,964
524
8,701

154,500
153,354
1,146
8,602
8,503
99
106
3,166
594
8,429

11,120
4,618
15,757

11,118
4,618
15,813

11,115
4,618
15,863

11,110
4,618
15,949

11,106
4,618
16,018

11,103
4,618
16,082

168,976
478

167,179
485

168,317
488

170,426
523

172,013
544

174,219
530

4,479
216
1,941
489

4,669
214
1,452
549

4,012
229
1,940
579

6,637
220
1,482
394

4,960
241
1,456
487

3,894
244
1,388
439

5,617
21,325

5,492
18,414

5,705
19,066

6,098
20,129

5,874
19,964

6,214
20,272

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov

Dec,

176,910

175,604

179,643

177,114

180,040

183,925

152,628
152,050
578
8,540
8,500
40
0
6,023
822
8,897

150,145
149,890
255
8,512
8,494
18
0
8,095
417
8,435

154,137
152,532
1,605
8,674
8,493
181
0
7,251
462
9,119

149,686
149,686
0
8,484
8,484
0
0
5,940
820
12,184

154,357
153,519
838
8,479
8,425
54
0
4,660
829
11,715

159,474
159,010
464
8,462
8,389
73
0
3,040
1,499
11,450

11,099
4,618
16,129

11,099
4,618
16,186

11,098
4,618
16,219

11,097
4,618
16,266

11,096
4,618
16,324

11,096
4,618
16,388

176,340
514

176,182
475

176,436
465

176,560
474

178,708
490

181,720
511

3,966
227
1,526
329

3,528
214
1,462
339

6,117
234
1,339
476

4,021
226
1,483
348

3,177
246
1,619
520

3,406
247
1,676
450

6,128
19,727

5,986
19,321

6,253
20,258

6,195
19,789

6,298
21,020

6370
21,648

Factor

1

June

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS

12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding2
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
..
...
...
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments . . . .
20 Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve accounts3

1

L

- ..1

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 outstanding2
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury,
.
18 Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments
20 Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve accounts3




2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1984—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures
Millions of dollars; Wednesday dates
Factor

Jan. 11

Jan, 4

Jan, 18

Jan. 25

Feb. 1

Feb. 8

Feb, 15

Feb. 22

Feb. 29

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

174,845 173,499 171,238 170,734 171,204 166,837 167,033 166,805 166,408

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

153 555
151,120
2435
8,920
8,645
1,291
2 119
8,547

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

2
3
4
5
6
7
S
9
10
11

275
413

153,696
153,162

534
8,662
8,642

151 822
151,822

151 266
150,586

8 635
8,635

8,691
8,626

o

o

680

151 839 148 151 147,720
150,346 148,151 147,720
o
0
1 493
8,711
8 585
8,570
8,570
8,602
8 585

o

o

148,641
148,641

147,673
147,673

8,568
8,568

8,568
8,568

0

o

o

0
753

0
0
634

8949

1 071
8,918

1 002
7,961

1,537
8,124

11,120
4,618
15 779

11 120
4,618
15 793

11 119
4,618
15 808

11 117
4,618
15 822

11,116
4,618
15,835

167,399

166,347

484

166 938

167,435

167,427

481

166,996

3 118

5 252

7,180

4 710

4,398

4,864

4,415

2,422
471

2,105
465

1,967
427

1,598
426

1,552
479

1,574
630

1,311
566

1,372
599

5,566
21,443

5,735
21,467

5,735
20,922

5,651
20,825

5,446
18,553

5,497
18,344

5,420
18,070

537
18,353

Mar. 14 Mar. 21

Mar. 28

Apr. 4

Apr. 11

Apr. 18

Apr. 25

20
7
563

109
59
672
921

0
781

65
10
504

1,946
8,624

1 298
8 703

1 405
8,859

9,002

11 121
4,618
15 732

11,121
4,618
15,743

11 121
4,618
15 755

11 120
4,618
15 767

15 Currency in circulation
172,092
16 Treasury cash holdings
473
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
3436
18 Foreign
210
19 Service-related balances and adjustments . . . .
1,531
20 Other
755

170,931

169 138

3,458

0
359
793

0
507

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . .
22 Reserve accounts3

5,514
22,305

Mar. 7

473

216

478

225

216

209

482

208

482

218

489

215

485

220

May 2

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
167,085 169,028 169,316 168,956 169,794 171,507

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 . . . .

171,564 177,678 181,753

149,196
149 196

149,174
148 318

149,897
149 897

149,620
148 623

150,442
150,442

151,112
151 112

152,425
152 425

8 568
8,568

8,610
8,564

8 558
8,558

8 698
8,558

8,558
8,558

8 557
8,557

8,556
8,556

1,195

1,114

0
0

856

o

46
1
886

. .

8,369

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

493
459

0
0

o

997

140
59

0

o

0

0

o

0

0
0
751
669

156,664 161,515
154,406 156,109
2,258
5,406
8,786
8,869
8,556
8,556

313
172

230
267

1,713

1,029

9,162

9,427

9,589

11,111
4,618
15,903

11,109
4,618
15,915

11,109
4,618
15,927

11,108
4,618
15,979

169 026

170 363

170 827

170,753

170,496

4,358

3,754

3,098

3,964

8,607

15,467

1,548
537

1,677
536

1,542
429

1,525
389

1,625
353

1,337
378

5,832
19 325

5,874
19,805

6,313
20672

5,818
19,946

6,126
21,166

6,296
18,712

8,966

1,513
1 344
8,981

11,114
4,618
15,879

11,111
4,618
15,891

168 634

168 263

2,825

5,327

1,553
525

1,596
667

5,634
20776

5,570
18 411

1 775
8,581

1 077
1 091
8,692

8,902

11,116
4,618
15,843

11,116
4,618
15,855

11 114
4,618
15,867

15 Currency in circulation
167 578
482
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
3,557
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
258
19 Service-related balances and adjustments . . . .
1,457
605
20 Other

168 598

. •

0

481

714

834

566

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . .
22 Reserve accounts3




5,719
19 004

481

224

485

225

494

210

507

236

515

208

521

217

528

207

537

234

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1984—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures—Continued
Millions of dollars; Wednesday dates
Factor

May 9

May 16 Jjvlay 23 May 30

June 6 ^June 13 (June 20jjune 27 J[ July 4

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding.
2 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

155,264 155,606 148,520
154,534 152,606 148,520

175,297

175,410 174,875 169,162 172,199 174,301 174,525 176,524

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding3

730
8,601
8,556
45
94
1,098
892
9,460

0
8,516
8,516
0
0
4,613
11
9,129

0
8,516
8,516
0
0
3,746
439
7,941

11,107
4,618
16,001

11,107
4,618
16,013

11,106
4,618
16,024

152,195 153,849 154,735 155,037 155,132 153,003
152,195 152,800 154,383 153,350 152,863 153,003
1,687
352
0
2,269
0 1,049
8,612
8,534
8,756
8,501
8,583
8,515
8,502
8,501
8,509
8,501
8,515
8,501
32
111
74
255
0
0
82
175
241
0
18
0
2,508
3,421
4,845
3,131
2,973
3,008
754
470
806
314
581
394
8,260
8,634
8,075
8,525
8,661
8,088
11,104
4,618
16,037

11,104
4,618
16,055

11,104
4,618
16,070

11,104
4,618
16,085

11,103
4,618
16,100

11,100
4,618
16,117

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

171,473 172,168 177,825 172,653 173,742 174,414 174,275 174,021 175,612
544
537
535
530
527
523
548
543
546

3,521
230
1,380
511

4,020
237
1,599
441

3,332
274
1,304
436

4,704
241
1,285
513

3,311
234
1,318
394

4,081
269
1,434
489

3,401
236
1,427
359

3,911
256
1,443
416

5,792
21,372

5,777
22,479

5,915
16,324

5,885
19,531

5,889
19,167

5,849
20,261

6,222
21,030

6,946
21,474

6,020
18,952

July 11

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital.
22 Reserve accounts3

5,651
224
1,542
539

July 18

July 25

Aug. 1

Augi

g. 22J Aug. 29 Sept. 5

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 outstanding2

178,811 177,945 176,331 175,366 176,186 176,122 174,924 174,371 178,243

154,554 154,054 151,472 149,972 150,701 149,443 150,378 149,332 152,830
152,947 153,102 151,472 149,972 150,701 149,443 150,378 149,332 148,815
0 4,015
0
0
0
0
952
0
1,607
8,494
8,494
8,494
8,494
8,805
8,498
8,542
8,500
8,635
8,494
8,494
8,494
8,494
8,494
8,500
8,501
8,498
8,500
311
0
0
42
0
0
0
134
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8,692
7,935
7,282
8,007
8,356
6,849
4,824
7,460
5,891
784
382
106
583
286
603
370
713
1,739
7,831
8,910
9,066
8,083
8,925
8,907
8,219
8,745
9,059
11,100
4,618
16,130

11,099
4,618
16,128

11,099
4,618
16,136

11,099
4,618
16,146

11,099
4,618
16,162

11,099
4,618
16,177

11,099
4,618
16,192

11,099 . 11,098
4,618 4,618
16,207 16/222

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments . . ,
20 Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital.
22 Reserve accounts3




177,399 176,828 175,892 175,355 176,257 176,767 176,117 175,468 177,057
472
475
510
522
465
476
497
521
480
4,486
206
1,377
371

3,415
248
1,339
341

3,972
227
2,043
276

4,179
215
1,502
314

3,942
218
1,404
274

6,083
20,215

6,196
20,904

6,147
19,118

6,097
19,071

5,853
19,637

3,120
205
1,378
275
6,067
19,728

3,348
208
1,452
322

3,615
206
1,504
436

4,140
252
1,392
435

6,039
18,871

5,979
18,614

6,114
20,327

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1984—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures—Continued
Millions of dollars; Wednesday dates
Factor

Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26

Oct. 3

Oct. 10

Oct. 17

Oct. 24

Oct. 31

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

..

178,304 178,922 180,950 181,066 178,283 177,882 175,166 176,159

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

153,058 153,650 156,106 153,866 150,966 148,833 148,166 149,457
152,195 152,579 154,044 153,866 150,966 143,833 148,166 149,457
0
863
2,062
0
0
1,071
0
0
8,492
8,622
8,724
8,482
8,679
8,493
8,479
8,479
8,494
8,482
8,493
8,492
8,493
8,479
8,493
8,479
0
128
231
0
0
186
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6,822
...
7,323
6,157
5,645
7,503
6,896
5,187
6,173
714
-113
1,451
557
779
418
550
679
8,407
8,491
9,337 12,116 12,119 12,295 12,198 12,478

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

11,098
4,618
16,237

11,098
4,618
16,221

11,097
4,618
16,232

11,097
4,618
16,239

11,097
4,618
16,251

11,097
4,618
16,263

11,097
4,618
16,275

11,096
4,618
16,286

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
. . ..
19 Service-related balances and adjustments
20 Other

177,521 176,559 175,346 175,628 177,025 177,244 176,387 175,857
465
465
474
475
466
465
475
475
3,933
210
1,258
495

8,410
236
1,353
432

7,742
231
1,452
423

4,642
229
1,428
405

3,702
216
1,349
355

3,136
213
1,395
287

3,803
237
1,906
286

6,339
20,036

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve accounts3
«.

5,602
252
1,346
580
6,269
19,786

6,320
20,334

6,066
21,011

6,155
19,892

6,307
20,214

6,228
19,035

6,172
19,422

Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28

Dec. 5

Nov. 7

Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Dec. 26

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

...

179,415 179,631 180,246 180,643 180,922 183,681 182,683 184,004

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

152,446 152,998 155,669 155,715 156,550 158,751 158,519 160,835
150,110 152,998 154,485 155,643 156,550 158,751 158,519 160,835
72
0
2,336
1,184
0
0
0
0
8,389
8,625
8,464
8,389
8,389
8,453
8,400
8,389
8,453
8,389
8,479
8,389
8,389
8,389
8,389
8,389
...
11
0
0
0
0
146
75
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4,353
5,561
3,301
1,844
4,683
4,148
3,161
4,268
513
213
892
1,833
1,227
727
1,156
1,331
11,284 11,709
12,570 12,770
10,953 11,225 11,117
11,407

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

11,096
4,618
16,297

11,096
4,618
16,313

11,096
4,618
16,329

11,096
4,618
16,345

11,096
4,618
16,361

11,096
4,618
16,375

11,096
4,618
16,389

11,096
4,618
16,403

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




176,999 178,585 179,101 179,859 179,729 180,809 181,412 182,813
512
480
490
512
513
491
495
503
.

.

3,191
237
1,817
606

3,128
266
1,436
537

3,509
234
1,590
497

2,984
223
1,520
466

2,586
307
1,576
454

3,331
233
1,709
434

3,468
251
1,484
441

3,669
214
1,778
455

6,379
21,717

6,265
20,951

6,304
20,566

6,236
20,919

6,335
21,506

6,406
22,338

6,402
20,816

6,330
20,351

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1984—Continued
C. Wednesday figures
Millions of dollars
Factor

Jan. 4 | Jan. 11 | Jan. 18 [ Jan. 25 [ Feb. 1 [ Feb. 8 I Feb. 15 | Feb. 22 j Feb. 29 | Mar. 7

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

179,211 178,565 176,275 174,267 171,034 167,966 168,462 167,459 161,971 165,964

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

157,519 153,740 153,538 151,914 150,672 148,753 147,571 148,903 140,847 148,280
153,147 153,740 153,538 149,699 150,672 148,753 147,571 148,903 140,847 148,280
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4,372
0 2,215
8,974 8,635 8,635 8,825 8,585 8,585 8,568 8,568 8,568 8,568
8,645 8,635 8,635 8,605 8,585 8,585 8,568 8,568 8,568 8,568
0
0
0
220
0
0
0
0
0
329
0
35
0
0
0
0
436
0
0
0
414
252 2,218
376 1,020
1,217 2,215
3,362
646 1,292
3,795 1,167
2,087 1,527
3,193 --1,181
1,220
2,296 5,252 1,880
9,156
8,085 8,343 8,883
8,018
8,769 8,723 8,860 9,052 9,318

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

11,121 11,121 11,120 11,120 11,120 11,119 11,118 11,117 11,116 11,116
4,618
4,618 4,618 4,618 4,618 4,618 4,618 4,618 4,618 4,618
15,737 15,749 15,761 15,773 15,782 15,800 15,814 15,827 15,841 15,853

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments
20 Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and
capital
22 Reserve accounts3

172,176 170,243 168,594 166,773 166,606 167,330 167,725 167,633 167,206 168,206
466
479
480
484
481
488
489
486
484
482
3,104 3,258
198
226
1,014 1,020
474
485

3,921
171
1,034

7,331
198
1,049

434

435

6,682
196
1,047
467

4,791
210
1,073
603

4,877
260
1,072
607

5,693
195
1,073
524

3,226 3,564
247
294
1,070 1,091
498
519

5,552 5,554 5,446 5,445 5,537 5,343 5,289 5,280 5,555
27,702 28,787 27,696 24,062 21,538 19,664 19,694 18,136 15,260

5,430
17,966

Mar. 14 Mar. 21 Mar. 28 Apr. 4 Apr. 11 Apr. 18 Apr. 25 May 2 i May 9 May 16
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 Spcial drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding2

174,644 170,957 165,262 169,530 171,860 174,982 183,905 184,658 178,615 171,598
151,465 150,968 145,670 151,027 150,972 155,409 158,331 163,714 156,544 149,417
148,570 150,968 145,670 151,027 150,972 155,409 154,817 157,575 154,147 149,417
0
6,139
2,397
0
0
0
2,895
0 3,514
0
8,878 8,670 8,516
8,713
8,558 8,558 8,558 8,556 8,556 8,881
8,558 8,558 8,558 8,558 8,556 8,556 8,556 8,556 8,556 8;516
322
114
325
0
0
0
155
0
0
0
0
224
427
349
0
0
0
5
0
0
807 2,701
671 6,334
588 2,425
718
2,449
5,459
935
354 1,261
334
221
576
763 1,003
1,240
3,108
1,655
9,076 9,023 9,144 9,343 9,656 9,774 9,697 7,985
8,904 8,841
11,116 11,114 11,114 11,111 11,109 11,109 11,109 11,107 11,107 11,107
4,618 4,618 4,618 4,618 4,618 4,618 4,618 4,618 4,618 4,618
15,865 15,877 15,889 15,901 15,913 15,925 15,937 15,999 16,011 16,022

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
168,863 168,528 168,488 169,719 171,001 170,962 170,599 170,987 172,063 172,187
16 Treasury cash holdings
484
493
503
513
520
528
530
540
546
549
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
2,827 7,677 14,045 16,436 4,029 5,096
2,575 5,545 3,838 4,701
18 Foreign
200
183
192
283
241
187
217
251
275
229
19 Service-related balances and adjustments ..
1,093 1,104 1,103
1,133 1,133 1,138 1,136 1,134 1,136 1,136
20 Other
457
421
502
550
336
562
541
493
506
319
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and
capital
22 Reserve accounts3

10



5,625 5,409 5,595 5,698 5,623 5,671 6,007 6,079 5,776
26,819 20,696 16,663 18,740 21,758 20,139 22,682 20,451 25,984

5,563
18,092

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1984—Continued
C. Wednesday figures—Continued
Millions of dollars
Factor

May 23

May 30

June 6

June 13

June 20 June 27

July 4

July 11

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
171,438 174,565 174,725 173,197 181,880 173,877 176,882 178,485

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

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

151 148 153 697 152 791 153 635 158 583 152 907 153 811 155 513
151,148 153,697 152,791 153,635 153 182 152,907 153,811 152,430

o

o

o

8,516
8,516

8,515
8,515

8,502
8,502

0
8,501
8,501
0

0

0
4 387
752
8 293

o

8 117

0
2 703
1 390
8 260

2 404
212
8 445

5 401
8 872
8 501
371
619
4 394
590
8 822

11 104
4 618
16035

11 104
4,618
16047

11 104
4,618
16068

11 104
4,618
16 083

11 103
4618
16 098

o

3 225

432

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

o

o

o

o

3 083
8,775
8,500
275

8 501
8 501

8 501
8,501

0
3 332
352
8 785

0
5 222
674
8 674

4 600
771
8 826

11 100
4 618
16 113

11 100
4 618
16 128

11 099
4,618
16 143

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 Service— related balances and adjustments
20 Other .

172 097 173 562 174,228

174,603 174 114 174441 176,648 177,555
530
528
522
523
523

542

532

2 594
1 136

407

6,306
292
1 148
425

3,458
206
1 148
378

3,524
251
1 150
342

2 922
179
1 150
405

3 533
243
1 149
310

2,891
205
1 148
364

3,488
217
1 155
381

5 750
20455

5,715
18 344

5,658
20906

5,752
18 849

6240
28 161

5 942
19 567

6,054
20895

5,938
21 089

July 18

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve accounts3 .
. . .
.

544

July 25

Aug. 1

Aug. 8

Aug. 15 Aug. 22 Aug. 29

Sept. 5

212

.

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit outstanding

181,230 174,907 178,219 177,009 174,186 174,939 173,944 176,442

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

155 637 150 167 151,352 150,660 144 689 150 392 149,054 151,118
152 630 150 167 151 352 150 660 144 689 150 392 149 054 151 118
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3 007
8494
8,494
8 659
8499
8 494
8494
8 494
8494
8494
8494
8494
8,494
8 500
8499
8494
8 494
6 958
1,006
8970

0
0
6 995
198
9048

0
0
8 775
604
8 994

o

7 385
1,225
9 245

0
0
12 787
264
7 952

0
0
7 826
38
8 189

0
0
8 166
-24
8254

0
0
7 500
595
8,735

11 099
4,618
16 135

11 099
4,618
16,143

11 099
4,618
16,160

11 099
4,618
16,175

11 099
4,618
16,190

11 099
4,618
16,205

11 098
4,618
16,220

11,098
4,618
16,235

159

o

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

0

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




176 527 175 614 175 777

176 713 176 667 175 837 176005 177,823
465
475
463
473
476

512

497

489

3 848
1 156

3 958
246
1 157
265

3 586
256
1 158
533

4 220
228
1 145
246

4 393
205
1 145
289

3 358
233
1 141
485

3,783
215
1 142
428

4,533
254
1,147
435

6 126

5 967
19 064

5 815
22 482

5 811
20 062

5 842
17 077

5 863
19 470

5,792
18051

5,850
17,888

195

.

275

21 m

11

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1984—Continued
C. Wednesday figures—Continued
Millions of dollars
Factor

Sept. 12 [ Sept, 19 | Sept. 26 [ Q t J j ) t 10 | Oct. 17J Oct. 24 Oct. 3^
c.^jc^

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 outstanding2

179,849 182,600 179,737 179,356 178,558 179,104 173,495 174,892
153,936 156,630 153,748 152,435 147,432 150,419 147,877 148,220
153,936 152,332 153,480 152,435 147,432 150,419 147,877 148,220
0
0
0
0 4,298
268
0
0
8,484
8,479
8,479
9,042
8,519
8,493
8,479
8,493
8,493
8,484
8,479
8,479
8,479
8,493
8,493
8,493
0
0
0
0
549
26
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5,164
5,711
5,809
6,425
5,060
7,409
7,683
4,786
-602
578 4,408
1,580
658
1,525
465
165
8,780 12,519 12,139 12,425 12,201 12,577 12,475
8,486
11,098
4,618
16,250

11,098
4,618
16,231

11,097
4,618
16,237

11,097
4,618
16,249

11,097
4,618
16,261

11,097
4,618
16,273

11,096
4,618
16,285

11,096
4,618
16,295

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments
20 Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve accounts3

177,429 176,118 175,394 176,299 177,775 177,066 176,122 176,300
474
472
482
475
465
465
470
465
3,521 11,710
198
261
1,148 1,155
407
490

8,814
196
1,155
402

5,396
250
1,139
431

3,144
246
1,139
429

4,188
259
1,143
318

2,971
194
1,142
275

3,791
270
1,132
321

6,213
18,135

6,068
19,190

5,796
21,544

6,146
21,182

6,110
21,536

6,037
18,279

5,997
18,608

6,060
22,587

Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Dec. 5 i Dec. 12 Dec, 19 I Dec. 26
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 outstanding2

184,044 180,370 181,617 180,899 179,717 183,268 182,683 184,004
150,620 153,152 154,157 155,214 153,335 158,404 158,519 160,835
150,262 153,152 153,654 155,214 153,335 158,404 158,519 160,835
0
0
0
0
0
503
0
358
8,389
8,389
8,466
8,504
8,389
8,389
8,389
8,389
8,389
8,389
8,389
8,389
8,389
8,479
8,389
8,389
0
0
77
0
0
0
25
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1,844
5,133
3,750
6,732
3,155
3,161
12,193
4,968
1,227
1,912
1,350
2,371
1,183
142
821
1,331
12,585 13,040 11,079 11,175 11,510 11,408 11,284 11,709
11,096
4,618
16,307

11,096
4,618
16,327

11,096 11,096 11,096 11,096 11,096 11,096
4,618 4,618 4,618 4,618 4,618 4,618
16,343 16,359 16,373 16,387 16,389 16,403

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserves, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments
20 Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve accounts3

12



177,860 179,162 179,777 179,921 180,150 181,367 181,412 182,813
489
493
500
511
512
512
513
491

4,176
245
1,133
561
6,063
25,537

3,740
191
1,134
494

2,679
226
1,138
462

3,431
213
1,254
456

2,929
259
1,254
427

2,627
256
1,136
423

3,468
251
1,484
441

3,669
214
1,778
455

6,096
21,105

6,062
22,837

6,057
21,140

6,115
20,159

6,203
22,845

6,402
20,816

6,330
20,351

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1984—Continued
D. End-of-month figures
Millions of dollars
1984

Factor

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve bank credit
outstanding

169,225 161,971 170,168 182,683 175,753 175,051 176,127 178,938 182,641 174,892 182,391 186,384

2 U.S. government
securities'
150,254 140,847 150,814 162,134 154,869 152,859 150,705 153,183 155,018 148,220 157,770 160,850
150 254 140 847 150,814 155 042 151,745 152 859 150 705 148 356 155 018 148 220 157 770 159 223
3 Bought outright
4 Held under repurchase
0
0
0 7,092
0
o
0
0 1 627
3,124
agreements
o 4 827
8,982
8,851
8,605 8,568 8,558
5 Federal agency securities ,
8,501
8,499 8,863
8,493 8,479 8,389 8,777
8 605 8 568 8,558
8 556 • 8,515 8 501 8 499 8494 8493 8479 8 389 8 389
6 Bought outright
7 Held under repurchase
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
agreements
426
388
336
369
o
o
o 305 426
o
o
0
o
o
o
o
8 Acceptances .
418
9 Loans . . . .
907 2,832 4 760 7 238 8276 6 633 5 060 5 073 3 577
1 020
896
10 Float
833
671
-16
846 3,193
787
609
658
588 -655
326
289
1 1 Other Federal Reserve
9 102 8,343 9,113
9 746 8 187 9 586 9014 8290 12208 12475 11 175 12 347
assets
12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights
certificate account . . .
14 Treasury currency
outstanding2

11 120

11 116

11,111

11 109

11,104

11 100

11 099

11 098

11 097

11 096

11 096

11 096

4,618

4,618

4,618

4,618

4,618

4,618

4,618

4,618

4,618

4,618

4,618

4,618

15,782

15,841

15,922

15,987

16,053

16,111

16,145

16,220

16,237

16,295

16,360

16,418

ABSORBING RESHRVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation . . , 166,501 167,206 168,750 170,345 173,803 175,069 175,606 176,852 175,340 176,300 179,511 183,796
547
482
513
484
534
500
492
16 Treasury cash holdings . . .
523
523
465
497
465
Deposits, other than
reserves, with Federal
Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
7 153 3 226 3 684 16 729 4 855 4 397 3 972 4 029 8 514 3 791 2 216 5 316
252
253
18 Foreign
247
221
295
392
345
237
215
270
242 - 206
19 Service-related balances
1,254
1 047 1,070
1,134
1,132
1,126
and adjustments . . . . .
1,148
1,147
1,103
1,148
1,139
1,158
20 Other . . . .
562
324
432
321
416
309
447
410
383
867
498
413
21 Other Federal Reserve
liabilities and capital .
22 Reserve accounts3




5,625
19,263

5,555
5,912
15,260 21,064

6,391
18,581

5,939
20,538

5,971
19,104

6,035 6,140 6,073
20,197 21,586 22,473

5,997
18,608

5,952
6,347
23,798 20,693

13

3. Reserves and borrowings of depository institutions, 1984
A. Monthly averages1
Millions of dollars

Jan.

Reserve classification
2

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

1

May

June

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks

21,229

18,418

19,486

20,353

19,562

20,217

2 Total vault cash3
3 Vault cash used to5 satisfy reserve requirements4
4 Surplus vault cash

22,578
18,795
3,782

22,269
17,951
4,318

20,396
16,794
3,601

20,152
16,802
3,349

20,446
16,960
3,486

20,770
17,308
3,461

5 Total reserves6
6 Required reserves

36,357
39,507

37,026
35,423

37,099
35,569

37,110
36,664

37,450
35,942

38,290
36,752

613
715
86
4

943
567
103
5

710
952
133
27

492
1,234
139
44

580
2,988
196
37

774
3,300
264
1,873

7

7 Excess reserve balances at Reserve Banks .
8 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks
9 Seasonal borrowings at Reserve Banks .
10 Extended credit at Reserve Banks8

July
2

Sept.

Aug.

Oct.

j

Nov.

J

Dec.

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks

19,891

19,270

20,143

20,099

20,843

21,738

2 Total vault cash3
3 Vault cash used to satisfy reserve requirements4 . .
4 Surplus vault cash5

21,134
17,579
3,554

21,688
17,995
3,693

21,232
17,900
3,332

21,875
18,413
3,461

21,827
18,392
3,434

22,316
18,958
3,357

5 Total reserves6
6 Required reserves

38,239
36,858

38,386
36,575

38,143
37,415

37,758
37,892

38,113
38,542

38,079
39,843

613
5,924
308
5,008

689
8,017
346
7S043

628
7,242
319
6,459

620
6,017
299
5,057

693
4,617
212
3,837

853
3,186
113
2,604

7 Excess reserve balances at Reserve Banks7
8 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks
9 Seasonal borrowings at Reserve Banks
10 Extended credit at Reserve Banks8 ...

B. Biweekly averages of daily figures
Millions of dollars

Jan. 4 Jan. 11 Jan. 18 Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 15 Feb. 29 Mar. 14JMar. 28JApr. 11

Reserve classification
1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks2

21,579 21,455 21,455 20,877 20,877 18,447

18,213 19,950

18,861 20,241

2 Total vault cash3
20,912 21,508 24,027 23,238 22,475 22,774 21,750 19,980 20,938 19,803
3 Vault cash used to5 satisfy reserve requirements4 . . 17,835 18,219 19,617 19,294 18,567 18,406 17,452 16,458 17,188 16,520
4 Surplus vault cash .
...
3,077 3,289 4,410 3,944 3,908 4,368 4,298 3,522 3,750 3,282
5 Total reserves6
6 Required reserves .

36,707 36,198 36,320 36,535 36,143 37,367 36,748 37,158 37,154 36,570
39,181 38,980 40,608 39,670 38,862 35,656 34,943 35,635 35,322 36,413

7 Excess reserve balances at Reserve Banks7 . . . .
8 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks
9 Seasonal borrowings at Reserve Banks
10 Extended credit at Reserve Banks8

958
1,291
73
5

628
563
69
2

475
781
79
4

580
505
96
6

503
677
109
3

1,196
556
89
3

721
570
115
7

772
689
118
21

727
1,136
149
30

348
1,313
131
36

Apr, 25 May 9 May 23 June 6 j June 20 j July 4 July 18 Aug. 1 [Aug. ISJAug. 29
2

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks

20,557 20,029

2 Total vault cash3
20,476
3 Vault cash used to satisfy reserve requirements4 . . 17,103
4 Surplus vault cash5 . . . .
3,373
5 Total reserves6
37,491
6 Required reserves . . . .
37,091
7 Excess reserve balances at Reserve Banks7
8 Total borrowings at Reserve Banks
9 Seasonal borrowings at Reserve Banks
10 Extended credit at Reserve Banks8

568
1,232
138
44

19,390

19,339 20,614 20,190 20,554 19,086

19,695

18,729

20,010 20,655 20,570 20,604 21,121 20,708 21,596 21,532 21,980
16,581 17,166 17,023 17,284 17,513 17,404 17,788 17,922 18,165
3,428 3,488 3,547 3,320 3,608 3,304 3,808 3,610 3,815
37,234 37,698 37,259 38,639 38,419 38,598 37,798 38,694 38,138
36,019 35,937 35,865 37,208 36,644 37,499 36,232 36,913 36,210
591
1,063
159
61

619
4,179
195
33

496
3,069
239
15

689
2,964
257
1,973

1,058
3,909
288
2,845

458
5,357
283
4,614

642
7,154
340
6,098

704
7,987
338
6,975

683
8,145
359
7,184

Sept. 12 Sept. 26 Oct. 10 Oct. 24 Nov. 7 Nov. 21 1 Dec, 5 JDec. 19
2

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks

20,167 20,043 20,421

2 Total vault cash3
3 Vault cash used to satisfy reserve requirements4
4 Surplus vault cash5

20,781 21,522 21,570 22,328 21,404 22,116 21,704 21,666
17,405 18,232 18,221 18,783 17,948 18,661 18,319 18,547
3,376 3,290 3,349 3,545 3,455 3,455 3,385 3,119

5 Total reserves6
6 Required reserves

38,263 38,103 37,925 37,713 37,609 38,354 38,129 38,279
36,928 37,743 37,723 37,984 37,948 38,799 38,601 39,616

7 Excess reserve balances at Reserve Banks7
8 Tbtal borrowings at Reserve Banks
9 Seasonal borrowings at Reserve Banks
10 Extended credit at Reserve Banks8

14



643
7,755
309
7,001

531
7,109
328
6,368

918
6,165
314
5,147

19,629 20,577 20,748 21,196

428
6,233
305
5,430

577
5,372
264
4,183

609
4,475
204
3,888

914
4,250
183
3,488

21,596

526
3,231
115
2,774

4. Federal funds and repurchase agreements of large member banks, 19841
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending Monday2

Maturity and source

Jan. 4

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

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 . . .

Jan. 25

Feb. 1

Feb. 6

Feb. 13

Feb. 20

Feb. 27

56,752

60,936

57,939

52,795

53,310

57,860

59,327

58,037

53,810

19,667
5,720
25,900

21,380
5,421
27,179

22,974
5,866
26,483

24,970
4,790
28,271

23,324
5,231
27,630

23,998
5,228
26.411

26,078
5,318
26,631

25,325
6,278
28,316

24,753
5,746
27,267

6,458

5,933

6,560

6,240

6,522

6,163

6,838

6,273

6,905

9,737
6,400
9,756

8,927
6,190
8,316

9,026
6,756
9,786

8,759
7,402
9,666

9,303
7,603
9,830

9,097
7,464
9,811

9,614
8,059
10,356

9,065
7,115
9,182

9,367
7,637
9,566

22,904
4,704

24,576
4,862

24,528
4,291

23,568
4,068

23,819
4,784

25,799
5,057

26,414
5,254

27,598
6,798

23,662
5,871

Mar. 12

Mar. 19 Mar. 26

Apr. 2

Apr. 9

Apr 16

Apr. 23

Apr. 30

57,882

58,509

55,080

53,345

52,349

62,853

60,249

57,105

53,458

24,044
5,334
26,474

24,549
5,596
26,718

24,553
5,383
26,605

24,470
6,223
26,057

22,625
6,858
26,655

23,797
6,334
27,605

23,016
6,022
24,973

21,040
5,984
24,477

20,606
6,106
25,893

7,251

7,801

7,746

7,468

7,516

7,823

8,477

9,005

8,285

9,476
8,097
9,115

10,010
8,021
9,193

10,710
8,035
9,019

10,614
8,292
9,333

10,832
7,240
9,106

10,727
6,667
8,808

11,421
7,366
11,666

11,324
8,845
12,135

11,598
8,632
9,164

24,966
6,230

24,124
5,371

23,035
5,293

23,294
4,404

22,138
5,315

24,236
5,694

23,648
5,349

23,420
5,374

21,426
5,617

May 7

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

Jan. 18

Mar. 5

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

Jan. 11

May 14

May 21

May 28

June 4

June 11

June 18

June 25

July 2

59,973

57,642

58,637

57,887

61,315

66,186

61,024

57,342

56,052

21,749
5,791
26,181

22,804
6,016
26,133

21,164
6,493
26,775

22,206
7,057
25,006

22,309
6,043
27,514

23,296
5,553
25,275

21,313
4,893
25,176

21,271
4,916
24,743

18,828
5,570
24,079

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

8,237

8,688

9,739

10,303

9,870

9,790

9,604

9,647

9,296

12,116
8,542
9,396

12,375
8,036
9,823

12,642
7,379
10,504

12,647
7,951
10,030

12,309
7,498
8,835

11,921
6,770
9,207

11,770
6,720
9,294

12,247
6,895
8,957

11,980
6,557
9,186

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

23,151
7,069

22,874
5,876

25,108
5,686

24,313
5,488

27,426
5,938

28,595
4,971

27,097
4,951

24,362
4,845

25,106
5,328




15

4. Federal funds and repurchase agreements of large member banks, 19841—Continued
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending Monday2

Maturity and source
July 9

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

\
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

July 23

July 30

Aug. 6

Aug. 13

Aug. 20

Aug. 27 1 Sept. 3

64,992

59,295

55,879

54,302

60,070

62,041

59,692

56,960

60,528

21,053
5,361
24,357

19,970
4,740
24,793

19,502
5,027
25,787

19,437
4,758
25,654

21,050
5,029
25,363

22,831
5,469
26,088

21,881
5,287
26,260

21,724
5,073
27,710

22,200
4,972
26,723

8,908

9,084

9,065

9,133

9,040

8,908

8,620

9,236

9,469

11,728
5,466
8,535

12,033
5,723
9,586

10,799
5,901
9,484

10,650
6,862
9,734

10,397
6,758
10,008

10,159
6,514
10,320

9,923
6,304
10,288

9,626
6,117
10,413

9,867
6,246
10,937

24,908
4,936

24,744
4,896

23,686
4,239

23,954
3,950

26,938
3,882

26,008
3,809

26,524
4,189

24,220
3,987

27,189
4,011

Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24

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

July 16

Oct. 1

Oct. 8

Oct. iT1 Oct. 22

Oct. 29 | Nov. 5

66,324

64,434

56,625

54,888

61,252

61,830

58,666

55,512

62,538

24,055
4,728
26,446

24,982
4,250
26,768

24,865
4,109
27,082

23,998
3,758
26,845

24,649
3,901
26,210

25,128
4,965
25,751

26,160
4,856
26,481

25,391
5,195
26,717

27,218
6,420
27,833

9,226

9,415

9,496

9,468

9,345

9,766

9,691

9,661

9,527

9,440
5,969
10,324

9,224
5,960
10,888

8,972
6,732
10,885

9,034
6,576
10,706

9,587
6,841
10,458

9,138
6,762
10,588

8,532
7,187
10,904

8,266
7,580
11,128

8,118
7,261
11,519

28,407
4,898

28,540
5,519

26,809
4,906

26,968
5,037

28,013
5,259

28,777
5,432

28,594
4,864

28,125
5,284

32,333
6,343

Nov. 12
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

16



Nov. 19

Nov. 26

Dec, 3

Dec. 10 I Dec. 17

65,520

63,478

61,122

60,725

65,416

61,792

59,435

60,203

29,396
6,045
27,548

29,310
6,498
28,937

30,099
5,878
23,077

30,210
7,637
29,154

29,041
6,295
27,068

28,098
5,362
27,456

28,916
5,536
22,712

27,176
5,717
24,580

9,516

8,677

10,027

10,044

9,882

10,077

11,312

11,462

8,083
7,014
12,487

7,716
6,574
10,342

7,736
7,596
15,416

8,058
5,979
10,226

8,138
5,685
9,649

8,037
6,058
10,209

8,458
6,338
13,919

8,440
6,190
11,864

31,489
5,907

30,583
5,520

28,549
6,190

29,899
6,701

27,919
6,617

26,446
7,177

28,805
6,978

29,370
6,423

Dec. 24 J Dec. 31

5. Federal Reserve Bank interest rates
A, Short-term adjustment credit to depository institutions1
Percent per annum
Year and month

Boston

?ew

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Da] [las

San
Francisco

1983
In effect
December 31 .

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

1984
In effect
December 31 .

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

Atlanta

Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Da] lias

San
Francisco

r^

B. Extended credit to depository institutions
Percent per annum
Year and month

Boston

New

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

r^

Seasonal credit2
1983
In effect
December 31 .

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

85

8.5

1984
In effect
December 31 .

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

3

Exceptional circumstances and other extended credit
1983
In effect
December 31 .

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

8.5

85

8.5

1984
In effect
December 31 .

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

80

8.0




17

6. Reserve requirements of depository institutions, December 31, 19841
Percent of deposits
Member bank requirements
before implementation of the
Monetary Control Act

Type of deposit, and
deposit interval

Percent
Net demand2
$0 million-$2 million .
$2 million-$10 million
$10 million-$100 million
$100 million-$400 million
Over $400 million

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

9>/2

11%
12%

3

j Effective date

,1

Net transaction accounts1'*
$0-$28 9 million
Over $28.9 million
Nonpersonal time deposits9
By original maturity
Less than 1 1A years
11A years or more

3
0

Eurocurrency liabilities
All types

16 '/4

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

Percent

Effective date

7

Time and savings2'3
Savings

Depository institution requirements after implementation6of
the Monetary Control Act

Type of deposit, and
deposit interval

12/29/83
12/29/83

3

!
i

10/6/83
10/6/83

3/16/67

3
1

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

6
2Vi
1

11/13/80

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

2 l /2

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

Mar. 11, 1968 June 8, 1968

70
50
70

Margin stocks
Convertible bonds
Short sales
Writing options2

80
60
80

May 6, 1970

Dec. 6, 1971 Nov. 24, 1972

65
50
65

Jan. 3, 1974

Jan. 1, 1977

50
50
50

50
50
50
30

65
50
65

55
50
55

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

Savings and loan associations
and mutual
savings banks (thrift institutions)1

In effect Dec. 31, 1984

In effect Dec. 31, 1984

Percent
1
2
3
4

Savings
Negotiable order of withdrawal accounts
Negotiable order of withdrawal accounts of $2 500 or more2
Money market deposit account2

Time accounts by maturity
5 7-31 days of less than $2,5004
6 7-31 days of $2,500 or more2
7 More than 31 days

18



5'/2
5'/4

(3)
5 l /2

Effective
date

Percent

1/1/84
12/31/80
1/5/83
12/14/82

5 */2

1/1/84
1/5/83
10/1/83

5V4

5%
(3)

Effective
date
7/1/79
12/31/80
1/5/83
12/14/82
9/1/82
1/5/83
10/1/83

9* Federal Reserve open market transactions, 1984
Millions of dollars
Type of transaction1

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

May

Apr.

June

July

Sept,

Aug.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec.

U.S. GOVERNMENT
SECURITIES

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

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

20,036
8,557
0
7,700

0
1,967
0
1,300

368
828
0
600

Others within 1 year
0
0
Gross purchases
1,126
0
Gross sales
0
0
16,354
573 2,488
Maturity sliift
-20,840 -1,530 -4,574
Exchange
Redemptions
0
0
0

3,159
0
0
0

3,283
0
0
3,283

610
2,003
0
2,200

0
198
0
0
0
0
1,012
347 2,739
0 -2,223 -1,807
0
0
0

801
0
0
801

7 to 5 yearn
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Maturity shift
Exchange

1,638
0
-13,709
16,039

14
15
16
17

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

536
300
-2,371
. 2,750

0
300
-86
0

0
0
97
1,000

0
0
0
0

200
0
-75
0

0
0
-383
400

0
0
0
0

18
19
20
21

Over 20 years
Gross purchases . . .
Gross sales
Maturity shift
Exchange

441
0
-275
2,052

0
0
0
0

0
0
-97
713

0
0
0
0

277
0
0
0

0
0
-77
257

22
23
24

All maturities
Gross purchases . . .
Gross sales
Redemptions

23,476
7,553
7,700

0
2,267
1,300

368
828
600

3,159
0
0

1,484
0
0

610
2,003
2,200

25
26

Matched transactions
Gross sales
Gross purchases

27
28

Repurchase agreements
139,441 14,245
Gross purchases
139,019 15,629
Gross sales

29

Net change in government securities ...

187
1,491
0
800

0
0
0
0
0
0
428 3,811
1,069
0 -2,606 -2,274
0
0
0

10
11
12
13

0
0
0
0
0
0
-487 -2,488 -1,012
1,530
2,861
0

0
897
0
600

0
0
808
0
0
0
-273 -2,279 -1,069
2,223 1,150
0

0
0

4,463
0
0
0

3,410
0
0
0

0
146
600
0
0
0
872
896 1,348
0 -1,497 -3,363
0
0
0

182
0
771
-966
0

830
0
594
1,763

0
0

-111

3,249
71
0
0

507
1,300
0
2,200

0
0
-345 -3,811
2,606 1,443

0
0
-872
0

0
0
-83
0

0
0
52
500

0
0
0
0

0
335
0
0
0 -1,893
0
850

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
-52
332

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

164
0
-49
750

0
0
0
0

801
0
0

0
897
600

0
187
800

3,849
71
0

507
1,300
2,200

5,938
0
0

3,591
0
0

0
0
-896
1,497

966

808,986 54,833 55,656 66,827 72,293 79,313 61,017 81,799 79,087 52,893 89,689 51,904 63,674
810,432 58,096 47,310 73,634 71,754 79,608 61,331 81,143 78,842 55,776 85,884 55,516 61,537

0
0

4,996 15,313 8,267 23,298 14,830
4,996 8,220 12,199 26,460 14,830

4,992 26,040
166 30,867

8,908-1,688-9,407

9,966 11,321-7,228-2,047-2,154

2,478

0 12,063
0 12,063

1,835-6,798

3,888
2,261

9,549

3,080

FEDERAL AGENCY
OBLIGATIONS
30
31
32

Outright transactions
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Redemptions
. .

0
0
256

0
0
40

33
34

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases . . . .
Gross sales

1,205
817

0

0

o

0

0

0

38

10

2

40

15

o

0
0
1

0
0
5

0
0
1

0
0
14

0
0
90

0
0
0

931
1,139

0

o

609
609

1,247
820

616
744

1,819
2,117

958
958

381
12

3,743
4,112

0

o

698
698

506
119

132

-248

-38

-10

424

-169

-313

-1

364

-370

-14

-90

388

36 Repurchase agreements,
net

-418

-418

0

0

305

122

-426

0

0

0

0

0

0

37 Total net change in
System Open
Market Account .

6,116 -2,354 -9,444

9,956 12,050 -7,275 -2,786 -2,155

2,842

1,465 -6,811

9,459

3,468

35 Net change in agency
obligations

o

o

o

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES




19

10. Federal Reserve Banks, 1984
A. Consolidated condition statement
Millions of dollars, end of period
Account

Jan.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

11,109

11,104

11,100

11,099

11,098

11,097

11,096

11,096

11,096

4,618
520

4,618
482

4,618
443

4,618
435

4,618
444

4,618
454

4,618
478

4,618
485

4,618
451

4,618
436

896
0

907
0

2,832
0

4,760
0

7,238
0

8,276
0

6,633
0

5,060
0

5,073
0

3,577
0

Feb.

Mar.

Apr

11,116

11,111

4,618
534

I

| Nov.

Dec.

ASSETS
1 Gold certificate account. 11,120
2 Special drawing rights
certificate account . 4,618
498
3 Coin
4 Loans to depository
418
institutions
5 Other
0
6 Acceptances held under
repurchase
agreements
Federal agency
obligations
8,605
1 Bought outright
8 Held under repurchase
0
agreements
U.S. government
securities 1
Bought outright
65,806
63,634
10
Notes
11
Bonds
20,814
12
Total1
150,254
13 Held under repurchase
agreements
0
14 Total U.S. government
securities
150,254
15 Total loans and
securities . .
16 Cash items in process
of collection
17 Bank premises
Other assets
18 Denominated in foreign currencies2
19 Allother3
20 Total assets

1,020

0

3,051

426

8,568

8,558

8,556

8,515

8,501

8,499

8,494

8,493

8,479

8,389

8,389

0

0

426

336

0

0

369

0

0

0

388

56,399
62,921
21,527
140,847

66,366
62,921
21,527
150,814

69,111
64,127
21,804
155,042

65,814 66,928 64,774
63,870 63,870 63,870
22,061 22,061 22,061
151,745 152,859 150,705

62,425
63,894
22,037
148,356

68,487 61,689 69,764
64,494 64,494 65,055
22,037 22,037 22,951
155,018 148,220 157,770

71,035
65,237
22,951
159,223

0

0

7,092

3,124

0

0

4,827

0

0

0

1,627

140,847 150,814 162,134 154,869 152,859 150,705 153,183 155,018 148,220 157,770 160,850

159,277 150,435 160,268 172,328 166,978 166,120 166,442 170,322 170,144 161,759 171,232 173,204
10,383
548

11,193
549

7,698
549

7,044
548

8,770
553

6,350
556

9,747
555

6,808
554

7,052
564

7,020
565

6,237
565

5,498
568

3,700
4,854

3,915
3,879

4,011
4,553

3,912
5,286

3,794
3,840

3,733
5,297

3,638
4,821

3,672
404
,6

3,522
8,122

3,647
8,263

3,648
6,962

3,597
8,167

194,998 186,239 193,328 205,327 200,100 198,209 201,364 201,590 205,597 197,453 204,809 207,184

LIABILITIES

21 Federal Reserve notes . . 151,711 152,383 153,871 155,388 158,727 159,915 160,402 161,551 160,046 160,972 164,102 168,327
Deposits
22 Depository
institutions
20,361 16,330 22,167 19,715 21,686 20,252 21,355 22,733 23,612 19,740 25,052 21,818
23 U.S. Treasury—
General account . . 7,153
3,226 3,684 16,729 4,855 4,397 3,972 4,029 8,514 3,791
2,216 5,316
24 Foreign— Official
accounts
252
242
247
221
237
215
270
392
345
295
206
253
25 Other
359
324
413
498
562
432
309
321
447
416
383
865
26 Total deposits
27 Deferred availability
cash items
28 Other liabilities and 4
accrued dividends . .
29 Total liabilities

28,125 20,301 26,634 37,113 27,252

25,318 25,851 27,417 32,715 24,122 28,107 28,252

9,537

8,000

6,911

6,435

8,182

7,005

9,076

6,482

6,763

6,362

6,253

4,653

2,188

2,099

2,427

2,920

2,593

2,528

2,463

2,591

2,593

2,433

2,682

2,700

191,561 182,783 189,843 201,856 196,754 194,766 197,792 198,041 202,117 193,889 201,144 203,932

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
30 Capital paid in
3 1 Surplus
32 Other capital accounts . .

1,468
1 465
'504

1,482
1 465
'509

1,499
1,465
'521

1,520
1*465
'486

1,531
1*465
'350

1,541
1*465
'437

1,545
1J465
'562

1,557
1*465
'527

1,597
1*465
418

1,611
1 ,465
*488

1 ,620
1 ^465
'580

1,626
1*626
* 0

33 Total liabilities and
capital accounts..

194,998 186,239 193,328 205,327 200,100 198,209 201,364 201,590 205,597 197,453 204,809 207,184

34 MEMO: Marketable
U.S. government
securities held in
custody for
foreign and international account ..

112,311 119,391 113,547 116,173 114,495 116,234 115,318 119,421 115,174 119,233 117,949 122,134

20



10. Federal Reserve Banks, 1984—Continued
B. Federal Reserve note statement
Millions of dollars, end of period
Account
1 Federal Reserve notes
outstanding
(issued to Bank) . . ,
2 LESS: Notes held by
Reserve Bank1 . . .
3 Federal Reserve
notes, net

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

180,570 182,185 183,132 184,496 185,998 187,637 188,428 189,217 189,882 191,730 193,727 193,867
28,859

29,838

29,261

29,108

27,271

27,722

28,026

27,666

29,836

30,758

29,625

25,540

151,711 152,347 153,871 155,388 158,727 159,915 160,402 161,551 160,046 160,972 164,102 168,327

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 . . .

135,973 136,613 138,142 139,661 143,005 144,197 144,685 145,835 144,331 145,258 148,388 152,613

8 Total collateral

151,711 152,347 153,871 155,388 158,727 159,915 160,402 161,551 160,046 160,972 164,102 168,327

11,120

11,116

11,111

11,109

11,104

11,100

11,099

11,098

11,097

11,096

11,096

11,096

4,618
0

4,618
0

4,618
0

4,618
0

4,618
0

4,618
0

4,618
0

4,618
0

4,618
0

4,618
0

4,618
0

4,618
0

C. Maturity distribution of loans and securities held
Millions of dollars, end of period
Type and maturity
grouping
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 days'
11 16 days to 90 days . . .
12 91 days to 1 year
13 Over 1 year to
5 years
14 Over 5 years to
10 years
15 Over 10 years
16 Federal agency
obligations
17 Within 15 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




Jan.
418
387
31
0
0
0
0
0

Feb.
1,020
941
79
0
0
0
0
0

Mar.
896
864
32
0
0
0
0
0

Apr.
907
864
43
0
305
305
0
0

May
2,832
2,764
68
0
426
426
0
0

June
4,760
4,674
86
0
0
0
0
0

July
7,238
7,135
103
0
0
0
0
0

Aug.
8,276
8,111
165
0
0
0
0
0

Sept.
6,633
6,546
87
0
0
0
0
0

Oct.
5,060
4,973
87
0
0
0
0
0

Nov.
5,073
5,004
69
0
0
0
0
0

Dec.
3,577
3,547
30
0
0
0
0
0

150,254 140,847 150,814 162,134 154,869 152,859 150,705 153,183 155,018 148,220 157,770 160,850
6,295
4,499
3,424 10,462
7,751 5,129 3,013 8,544
7,125 5,672
4,892
4,254
35,451 25,076 35,062 35,614 30,922 34,053 33,317 33,105 35,452 29,871 34,871 37,396
43,246 43,925 44,980 46,562 47,631 45,112 44,702 44,040 44,305 44,811 46,797 47,795
34,149

34,521

34,522

36,267

35,138

35,138

36,329

33,318

33,960

33,690

36,877

37,072

13,099
18,014

14,196
18,630

14,196
18,630

14,322
18,907

14,339
19,088

14,339
19,088

14,256
19,088

14,808
19,368

14,808
19,368

14,808
19,368

14,100
20,233

14,100
20,233

8,605
212
685
1,696

8,568
162
688
1,587

8,558
188
763
1,668

8,982
561
635
1,657

8,851
495
559
1,638

8,501
159
519
1,647

8,499
85
613
1,719

8,863
571
523
1,754

8,493
234
563
1,721

8,479
17
560
1,756

8,389
8,777
226
575
473
521
1,727 1,665

4,290

4,378

4,176

4,409

4,421

4,476

4,371

4,304

4,310

4,358

4,334

1,319
403

1,350
403

1,360
403

1,321
399

1,339
399

1,301
399

1,312
399

1,312
399

1,266
399

1,232
399

1,230 1,267
399
399

4,350

21

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 deposits1

Demand deposits'

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

June
July
August
September
October
November
December

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

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

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

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

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

1975
January, . .
February
March
April
May
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
7K7
TH
13A
74.5
74.3
74.3

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
12,485.4

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
7B.O
77.5
78.0
79.3
79.8
81.3
82.3
80.8
81.2
84.6

Year and month

1972
January
February
March
April
May

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

22



....

11. Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks—Continued
A. Seasonally adjusted—Continued
A\rerage deposits (Dutstand

Debits durins the month
(annual rate, billions of dollars)
To demand deposits'

Year and
month

All
banks

tata

Other
banks

ATS
Demand deposits1
ATS
Demand deposits1
ATS
„_ j
nnA
nr\A
ana Savings
ana Savings
ana Savings
NOW
dede- 3 All Major
NOW
Major Other NOW
de
.~ 3
acposits banks N.Y.C. banks ac- 2
acbanks N.Y.C. banks counts2
counts2
counts
banks
banks

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

32,470,6
31,895.4
32 629 1
33,602.1
34,442.9
34,055.3
34,194.5
34,240.3
34,922.3
35,275.3
36,438.7
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

* 10.2

11.6
10.7

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

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
42,552.9

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

1979
January . .
February .
March ..
April . . .
M a y . . ..
June . .
July . . . .
August . .
September
October . .
November
December

44,484.5
44,929.8
45,998.2
47,685.2
47,590.7
49,810.3
51,541.5
51,854.2
53,731.8
53,777.1
52,664.1
54,768.2

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

58,128.2
60,466.3
59,581.6
58,698.0
61,337.2
60,515.8
61,827.1
63,574.6
63,918.7
65,853.3
67,982.5
70,491.4




Annual rate of depc sit turn over

>ns of d ollars)

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

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
207.3
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

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

9.9
11.9

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

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

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

16,030.5
16,150.9
16,298.4
17,479.2
17,103.0
18,971.9
19,496.8
19,442.6
20,377.7
20,033,3
19,571.1
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

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

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

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

9.1

9.2

10.3
13.0
10.1
11.0
10.0

7.0
9.9
9.4
7.5

10.3

23

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, biluons of dollars)
To demand deposits1

Year and
month

ATS
ATS
Demand deposits1
Demand deposits'
__ j
unrl
ana Savings
and Savings
Savings
"I
NOW
dede- 3 All
NOW
de- 3 All Major Other NOW
Other
ac- posits3
acposits banks N.Y.C. banks ac- 2 posits banks N^C
counts2
banks
counts
counts

ATS
and

All
banks

Major
N.Y.C.
banks

Other
banks

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
44915 2
46,805.4
48,202.8
47,883.1
48,148.1
52,261.5
52,786.0

522.5
542.5
777.6
872.1
709.9
8954
734.2
674.4
864.9
813.3
828.1
897.2

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

1983
January
February
March . .
April . .
May . . .
June . . .
July . . .
August .
September
October . .
November
December

103,333.1
102,743.5
102,206.1
103,022,3
107,273.3
106,799.4
107,884.4
111,538.1
110,700.7
118,407.2
114,466.6
115,381.5

46,353.0
45,133.2
44,327.4
46,025.6
46,891.2
46,445.4
46,978.0
48,373.3
46,903.7
52,639.9
49,715.8
48,255.7

1984
January .
February
March
April .
May . ,
June . .
July . .
August
September
October . .
November
December

120,954.6
126,749,9
116,416,7
129,229.4
131,456.9
121,488.2
128,299.3
128,141.9
124,117.4
142,907.2
134,016.3
137,512.0

51,952.5
55,776.7
50,765.2
57,868.3
60,351.3
53,147.7
55,340.6
57,096.5
55,591.4
67,488.7
60,992.8
62,341.0

24



Annual rate of deposit turnover

banks

^i

725.3 293.1
694.0 287.8
674.7 286.4
656.3 284.3
664.6 283.7
717 7 279.4
620.2 281.4
795.0 279.5
651.3 278.0
635.5 278.4
631.1 282.0
689.3 284.6

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

176.9 246.7
173.5 257.1
173.0 268.1
172.7 270.2
170.4 275.7
166.9 278,6
163.2 295.2
159.0 313.0
155.2 308.4
153.5 300.6
155.4 310.1
157.1 305.4

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
13.8
14.4

4,1
4.0
3.9
3.8
3.9
43
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

159.1 297.9 1,148.1 196.9
158.3 308.5 1,256.5 198.1
159.4 307.5 1,250.4 199.4
159.4 311.2 1,296.6 198.8
159.3 3193 1,287.8 206.6
158.3 318.7 1,295.9 209.8
155.5 325.0 ,265.7 214.8
154.7 341.6 ,424.2 221.8
154.6 341.0 ,282.5 228,3
157.9 343.0 ,298.7 219,5
163.2 333.8 ,263.7 221.4
187.6 342.6 1,381.2 218.3

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

56,980.1
57,610.3
57,878.7
56,996.7
60,382.1
60,354.1
60,906.4
63,164.9
63,796.9
65,767.3
64,750,8
67,125.8

1,262.3
1,286.4
1,369.4
1,202.2
1,371.5
1,342.1
1,390.1
1,679.5
1,495.9
1,392.8
1,447.4
1,499.6

904.3
827.9
803.2
714.9
743.1
776.2
659.4
706.3
712.7
643.7
674.9
661.4

286.1
284.4
287.0
286.4
289.6
290.6
290.4
289,2
287.8
289.1
287.4
291.6

31.7
30.9
30.8
30.6
31.9
32.1
32.8
31,7
31.1
30.9
30.2
31.3

254.4
253.5
256.2
255.8
257.7
258.6
257.6
257.5
256.7
258.2
257.2
260.3

79.8
85.2
87.6
86.3
90.3
91.6
92.6
93.9
93.9
93.4
93.7
94.5

149.8 361.1 1,462.3 223.9
143.1 361.3 1,462.5 227.2
140.6 356.1 1,437.4 225.9
139.3 359.7 1,502.8 222.9
138.6 370.4 1,471.5 234.3
137.9 367.5 1,449.1 233.4
136.4 371.5 1,432.2 236.5
134.8 385.7 1,526.7 245.3
133.9 384.7 1,508.8 248.6
132.3 409.6 1,703.8 254.7
133.4 398.3 1,645.6 251.8
132.5 395.7 1,541.4 257.9

1S8
15.1
15.6
13.9
15.2
14.7
15.0
17.9
15.9
14.9
15,5
15.9

6.0
5.8
5.7
5.1
5.4
5.6
4.8
5,2
5.3
4.9
5.1
5.0

69,002.2
70,973.1
65,651.5
71,361.1
71,105.6
68,340.4
72,958.7
71,045,4
68,526.0
75,418.5
73,023.5
75,171.0

1,345.1
1,491.1
1,464.9
1,432.1
1,608.9
1,515.8
1,658.9
1,851.9
1,640.6
1,698.6
1,678.5
1,677.5

620.8
708.3
688.9
606.5
688.8
677,9
682.4
694.5
566.8
597.2
579.1
486.0

292.0
291.6
294.8
292.6
296.9
302.3
296.3
293.4
292.4
293.6
299.0
303.3

31.5
31.9
30.8
28.8
31,1
31.9
31.2
31.1
30.5
30.7
31.8
32.8

260.5
259.7
264.0
263.8
265.8
270.4
265,1
262.3
261.9
262.9
267.2
270.5

97,3
99.3
99.9
97.9
100.5
100.7
100.0
101.1
101.1
100.7
101.8
103.2

13.8
15.0
14.7
14.6
16.0
15.1
16.6
18.3
16.2
16.9
16.5
16.3

4.7
5.5
5.4
4,8
5»S
5,4
5.5
5.6
4.6
4.9
4.7
4.0

130.9
128.5
127.0
126.5
125.8
125.4
124,5
123.2
122.4
121.7
123.5
122.9

414.2
434.7
394.9
441.7
442.7
401.8
433.0
436.7
424.0
486.8
448.2
453.4

968.9
964.7
,009.5
,065.1
,071.8
,123 4
,223.3
,291.0
,237.3
,165.8
,161.1
,119.1

1,650.9
1,747.7
1,649,5
2,012,5
1,938.7
1,665.2
1,774.3
1,834.6
1,822.5
2,199.6
1,917.5
1,903,0

264.9
273.3
248.7
270.5
267.5
252.7
275.2
270.9
261.7
286.9
273.3
277.8

14,1

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

Average deposits outstanding
(billions of dollars)

1

Year and month

Annual rate of deposit turnover

1

To demand deposits

Demand deposits1

Demand deposits

All
banks
1972
January
February
March
April

...

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

1973
January
February
March
April . . .
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1974
January
February. . . . . . . .
March
April

May
June
July

August
September
October
November
December. . . ,

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

. .

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

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

.

Major
N.Y.C.
banks

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

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

7,896.1
7,119.4
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

25

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, bilfions of dollars)
Year and
month

To demand deposits1
All
banks

Major
N.Y.C.
banks

Other
banks

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

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

1978
January . .
February .
March
April .
May .. ,
June . .
July . . .
August .
September
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

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

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

26



Annual rate of deposit turnover

Demand deposits1
ATS
Demand deposits1
ATS
and Savings
and Savings
deNOW
deAll Major Other
All Major Other NOW
posits3 banks N.Y.C. banks ac- 2 posits3 banks N.Y.C. banks
acbanks
banks
counts
counts2

; ATS
and Savings
de' NOW ,| posits3
ae: counts2

213,2
213.6
213.3
214.3
214.0
214.0

121.7
114.4
139.0
128.0
132.8
1400
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

.6
,6
.6
.6
.5
.6

.9
.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

.5
.4
.7
.9
.7
.9
.9
.9
.8
2.1
2.0
2.0

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

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

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

9.8
10.7
11.1
11.1
11.2
12.1

263.6 29,9
250.8 27.4
252.2 27.2
262.5 27.9
254.6 27.1
260.3 27.1
338.7 271.1 28.4
346.9 264.4 26.4
335.4 270.5 26.6
344.1 275.4 27,2
314.9 277.8 27.3
341.9 287.3 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

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

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

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

30,132.8
25,708.2
30,341.4
29,903.9
31,176.7
31,344.1
32,230.6
33,426.1
30,575.7
35,299.4
31,825.5
33,508.9

53.2
50.7
60.7
76.4
84.1
83.8
82.3
91.8
93.4
113.1
106,0
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

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

37,013.8 142.0
32,918.1 118.0
35,560.2 125.4
35,733.2 167,7
35,624.4 137.8
37,185.5 152.8
39,396.8 157.7
37,172.7 144.3
38,851.8 175.2
41,277.3 185.3
37,081.2 172.8
46,027.3 217.3

732.2
644.8
700.9
740.6
627.8
613.8
651.6
643.4
745.8
804.9
670.1
824.7

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

11. Debits and deposit turnover at commercial banks—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted—Continued
Debits during the month
(annual rate, bilfions of dollars)
To demand deposits1

Year and
month

Average deposits outstanding
(billions of dollars)

ATS
Demand deposits1
ATS
Demand deposits1
ATS
j
j
and Savings
and Savings
and Savings
NOW
de- 3 All Major Other NOW
dede- 3 All Major Other NOW
posits banks N.Y.C. banks ac- 2 posits banks N.Y.C, banks ac- 2 posits3
accounts
counts
banks
counts2
banks
ftr\A

All
banks

Major
N.Y.C.
banks

Other
banks

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

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

1982
January ,
84,895.8
February
78,096.3
90,758.4
March .
April , .
88,169.7
May . . .
82,913.9
92,867.2
June . . .
91,318.9
July . , .
August .
94,968.5
September 95,557.1
October . . 93,543.3
November 91,838.8
December 107,454,9

34,653.1
33,314.1
37,708.0
37,073.9
34,585.7
38,286.7
37,502,5
39,126.7
39,634.0
39,657.6
36,893.5
47,576.3

50,242.7
894.5 677.5
44,782.4
790.9 658.2
53,050.4 904.5 740.5
51,095.9 1,034.1 737.5
48,328.2 891.7 680.8
54,580,6 ,046.0 694.4
53,816.4 ,021.0 778.2
55,841.8 ,020.5 763.7
55,923.1 OQ7 3 695.2
53,885.7 ,098.0 672.7
54,944.8 ,115.0 663.3
59,878.6 ,411.9 878.0

2973
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

1983
January . .
February .
March
April .
May . . .
June . .
July . . .
August .
September
October . .
November
December

101,566.1
92,654.1
109,1663
100,117.1
103,947.8
113,773.4
105,057.8
115,776.6
111,741.3
114,191.9
110,963.9
122,558.3

45,657.2
40,937.3
47,496.6
43,678.9
44,942.5
50,643.1
45,601.0
49,788.2
48,276.1
49,910.9
47,508.1
52,418.5

55,908.8 ,525.5 980.4
51,716.8 ,198.7 754.3
61,669.7 ,398.4 820,4
56,438.1 ,405.3 779.9
59,005.4 ,353.1 722.2
63,130.4 4707 779.3
59,456.8 ,325.3 661.6
65,988.3 ,468.9 694.3
63,465.2 ,388.3 688.9
64,280.9 ,373,2 672.9
63,455.8 1,327,2 6353
70,139.7 1,465.4 647,1

293.4
276.8
278.6
287.8
282.4
289.4
293.8
284.7
288.6
292.0
290.7
301.1

33.4
30.0
30.4
30.2
30.6
32.4
33.0
30.7
30.7

82.1

30.6
32.5

260.1
246.8
248.2
257.6
251.8
257.1
260.9
254.0
257.9
260.7
260.1
268.6

1984
January . .
February .
March
April . .
May . . .
June . .
July . . .
August . .
September
October . .
November
December

123,567.2
114,721.3
124,088.6
121,514.4
132,521.7
128,522.3
124,604.3
133,844.2
120,120.8
141,249.5
131,791.6
140,166.0

52,895.2
50,724.8
54,301.1
53,514.4
60,214.5
57,168.1
54,060.5
59,743.8
54,329.0
64,790.2
61,148.7
64,498.8

70,672.0 ,601.5 672.5
63,996.5 ,389.5 649.9
69,787.5 ,504.3 711.9
68,000.0 ,670.1 665.7
72,307.2 ,599.0 673.8
71,345.3 ,621.7 686.2
70,543.8 ,598.5 6863
74,100.3 ,629.4 6803
65,791.8 ,523.7 543.1
76,459.2 ,665.7 616.2
70,643.0 1,524.8 538.7
75,667.1 1,625.4 470.6

299.7
284.9
287.4
295.8
290.1
299.9
298.0
287.4
293.8
294.3
300.3
313.5

33.4
31.3
30.2
30.2
30.2
31.9
31.1
29.8
30.4
30.6
31.4
33.8

266.2
253.6
257.2
265.6
260.0
268.0
266.9
257,7
263.4
263.8
268.9
279.8

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

Annual rate of deposit turnover




566.2
510.3
677.0
821.4
688.1
804.4
792.5
745,7
817.6
807.2
753.1
868.1

313

35.0

423
47.2
53.8
51.4
53.1
55.6
56.3
57.8
58.2
60.4
63.3

733
76.0
79.1
80.8

833
863
90.3
88.2

903

91.3
91.8
92.8
93.8
95.1
97.1
98.6
97.1
99.1
102.1
99.0

1003
99.7
99.4
100.0
100.5
1023
105.2

175.8
171.5
170.9
171.6
168.8
166.1
165.1
160.8
1573
155.4
155.9
156.8

247.6
940.0
236,8 882.7
280,4 ,020.0
274.9 ,089.7
263.0 ,006.1
295.9 ,172.2
308.8 ,310.8
304.6 ,258.6
309.6 ,255.5
300,2 ,141.8
284.4 ,065.9
327.3 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
153
13.4
15.2
143
13.2
14,1
13,9
12.5
13.7

4.5
3.7
4.0
4.1
3.8
43
4.1
4.1
4.1
43
3.9
4.3

158.2
156.5
1573
1583
157.7
157.7
157.4
156.6
156.8
159.9
163.7
187.3

285.6
2853
334,9
3153
304.5
339.6
328.2
346.9
3453
327.8
3193
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

148.9
141.9
140.4
140.5
139.5
138.5
137.8
135.4
133.7
132.6
132.4
131.1

346.1
334.8
391.8
347.9
368.1
393.1
357.6
406.7
387.2
391.1
381.7
407.0

1,368.1
1,366.7
1,561.1
1,446.9
1,471,0
1,563.6
1,383.5
1,621.6
1,574.5
1,595.5
1,553.4
1,613,6

215.0
209.5
248.5
219,1
2343
245.6
227.9
259.8
246.1
246.6
244.0
261.1

18.6
14.4
16.2
15.6
153
15.7
14.5
16.0
15.0
14.6
14.0
15.1

6.6
5.3
5.8
5.6
5.2
5.6
4.8
5.1
5.2
5.1
4.8
4.9

130.0
128.4
128.3
128.4
127.5
127.0
126,1
1233
1213
120.4
121.1
120.3

4123
402.7
431.8
410.8
456.8
428.6
418.1
465.7
408.9
479.9
438.8
447.1

1,581.5
1,618.7
1,795.5
1,770.2
1,997.1
1,792.0
1,738.1
2,008.0
1,786.4
2,120.7
1,944.6
1,910.8

265.4
252.4
271.4
256.0
278.1
266.3
264.3
287.6
249.8
289.9
262.7
270,5

16.2
143
15.2
16.4
16.1
16.2
16.0
16.4
15.2
16.6
14.9
15.4

5.2
5.1
5.5
5.2
5.3
5,4
5.4
5.5
4.5
5.1
4.4
3.9

27

12, Measures and components of the money stock and debt1
A. Seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars
Measures
Year and month
Debt

Ml

M2

M3

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

417.1
419.5
423.9
431.1
428.7
428.4
430.6
433.5
433.9
434.8
438.1
441.8

1,640.6
1,652.5
1,670.1
1,690.0
1,696.4
1,705.7
1,717.7
1,734.2
1,745.8
1,759.8
1,777.2
1,794.4

2,013,7
2,032,0
2,048,4
2,072,8
2,090.0
2,107.2
2,129,8
2,152.1
2,173.9
2,195.3
2,215.5
2,235.8

2,353.0
2,375.8
2,387.5
2,407.0
2,429.7
2,452.6
2,476.6
2,501.5
2,527.6
2,556.1
2,579.0
2,596.5

3,958.8
3,992.0
4,026.3
4,056.5
4,087.6
4,122.4
4,154.7
4,182.9
4,214.6
4,249.1
4,279.8
4,309.2

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

449.4
447.0
447.3
450.9
451.0
451.6
452.4
457.7
463.6
471.2
477.7
480.8

1,813.8
1,816.9
1,826.9
1,837.8
1,850.3
1,861.5
1,874.4
1,893.6
1,910.5
1,924.8
1,939.4
1,954.9

2,260.8
2,269.2
2,285.2
2,306.2
2,322.2
2,339.9
2,357.0
2,384.3
2,405.1
2,426.7
2,439.1
2,446.8

2,625.9
2,646.0
2,664.3
2,687,1
2,709.0
2,731.6
2,755.5
2,779.2
2,803.8
2,831.1
2,841.4
2,854.5

4,342.0
4,373.8
4,400.7
4,428.6
4,459.7
4,489.4
4,521.2
4,556.8
4,596.3
4,632.5
4,668.5
4,709.2

1983
January . . ,
February . ,
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ,
October ..
November ,
December ,

484.4
490.1
495,8
499.2
505.8
509.9
514.8
518.4
520.5
524.0
526.2
528.0

2,009.3
2,046.0
2,062.8
2,077.3
2,093.4
2,107.7
2,120.6
2,131.7
2,145.1
2,164.3
2,178.1
2,188,8

2,479.5
2,507.1
2,523.6
2,541.0
2,558.6
2,580.7
2,596.4
2,615.2
2,637.4
2,655.8
2,683.3
2,701.7

2,895.6
2,921.9
2,941.1
2,969.7
2,989.0
3,016.6
3,047.3
3,067.1
3,094.5
3,111.3
3,139,8
3,175.9

4,746.2
4,776.1
4,812.4
4,852.1
4,890.2
4,942.8
4,994.2
5,034.7
5,078.3
5,124,5
5,170,0
5,224.4

1984
January . . ,
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October ..
November
December

531.4
534.2
537.3
539.2
542.5
547.3
546.9
548.9
551.5
548,3
553.7
558.5

2,202.2
2,216.9
2,229.1
2,241.1
2,255.2
2,269.3
2,280.2
2,292.8
2,308.2
2,318.7
2,345.9
2,371.7

2,719.3
2,741.7
2,765.4
2,788.0
2,815.2
2,839.0
2,862.1
2,879.0
2,901.3
2,925.4
2,960.0
2,995.5

3,195.6
3,226.9
3,267.9
3,294,1
3,327.4
3,368.3
3,403.5
3,430.8
3,460.3
3,480.4
3,509.3
3,543.7

5,284.7
5,343.7
5,398.4
5,458.0
5,519.6
5,575.6
5,635.1
5,692.4
5,740.8
5,797.4
5,868.3
5,937.6

28



Components
Nontransaction
components

Currency2

Travelers
checks3

Demand
deposits4

Other
checkable
deposits5

M26

M37

116.9
117.7
118.4
119.3
119.9
120,1
121.0
121.4
121.6
122.1
122.9
124.0

4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.4

252.2
245.0
242.9
243.0
239.8
237.7
237.0
237.3
235.6
235.4
235.2
235.2

43.5
52.7
58.4
64.5
64.8
66.5
68.3
70.5
72.4
73.0
75.7
78.2

1,223.5
1,233.0
1,246.2
1,259.0
1,267.8
1,277.2
1,287.1
1,300.8
1,311.9
1,325.1
1,339.0
1,352.6

125.0
125.5
125.9
127.1
128.3
128.9
129.8
130.6
131.5
132.7
133.2
134.3

4,4
4,4
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.3

238.1
234.7
233.2
233.0
232.2
231.2
230.5
231.7
233.4
236.0
237.9
238.6

81.9
82.5
83.8
86.4
86.1
87.0
87.8
91.0
94.3
98.1
102.2
103.5

135.4
136.8
138.1
139.3
140.4
141.4
142.4
143.2
144.6
146.1
147.3
148.4

4.1
4,3
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.6
4.6
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.9

238,6
238.2
239.3
239.2
241.5
242.8
244.2
244.4
243.8
244.2
243.6
243.5

149.4
150.2
151.2
152.1
152.8
154.3
155.0
155.9
156.8
157.1
157.9
158.7

4.9
5.0
5.0
5,1
5.1
5.1
5.2
5.2
5.1
5.0
5.1
5.2

244.3
245.2
245.5
245.9
246.3
248.9
247.3
246.8
247.5
244.5
246.8
248.6




Year and
month

Savings
deposits3

Small
time
deposits4

Large
time
deposits5

Federal
debt

Nonfederal
debt

373.1
379.4
378.3
382.8
393.6
401.5
412.2
417.9
428.1
435.4
438.3
441.4

384.3
378.1
374.3
373.6
368.0
361.8
360.4
355.1
349.3
344.1
343.4
344.4

746.7
756.2
764.2
768.0
777.4
787.3
787.7
796.8
804.9
816.4
821.6
823.6

269.8
274.7
272.8
271.6
280.1
286.6
293.1
298.7
301.9
302.1
302.3
302.1

2,353.0
2,375.8
2,387.5
2,407.0
2,429.7
2,452.6
2,476.6
2,501.5
2,572.6
2,556.1
2,579.0
2,596.5

3,958.8
3,992.0
4,026.3
4,056.5
4,087.6
4,122.4
4,154.7
4,182.9
4,214.6
4,249.1
4,279.8
4,309.2

1981
Jan,
Feb.
Mar.
Apr,
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept,
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

,364.4
,369.8
,379.6
,386.9
,399.3
,409.9
,421.9
,435.9
,446.9
,453.6
,461.8
1,474.0

447.0
452.3
458.3
468.4
471.9
478.4
482.6
490.7
494.6
501.9
499.7
492.0

348.5
348.2
346.2
344.9
344.6
344.0
342.7
345.4
348.1
356.5
363.9
357.8

822.1
830.4
841.8
853.1
863.1
869.2
876.6
877.5
878.1
870.6
867.3 .
851.5

305.4
311.4
314.7
319.3
321.2
324.5
329.1
330.6
331.1
334.5
335.7
328.3

2,627.2
2,647.5
2,665.2
2,687.2
2,709.7
2,730.1
2,753.6
2,782.3
2,8014
2,829.4
2,841.1
2,857.4

4,342.0
4,373.8
4,400.7
4,428.6
4,459.7
4,489.4
4,521.2
4,556.8
4,596.3
4,632.5
4,668.5
4,709.2

1982
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

106.2
110.9
113.9
116.1
119.2
121.0
123.5
126.2
127.3
128.9
130.5
131.3

1,524.9
1,555.9
1,566.9
,578.1
,587.7
,597.8
,605.8
,613.2
,624.5
,640.3
,651.9
,660.8

470.2
461.1
460.8
463.7
465.2
473,0
475.8
483.5
492.3
491.5
505.2
512.9

333.7
323.4
319.7
318.5
318.6
318.1
317.3
317.0
314.9
313.4
310.4
307.0

791.9
752.0
734.1
732.4
729.5
730.0
736.0
743.1
750,5
762,6
775.1
784.6

306.8
296.0
292.4
295.4
296.2
301.4
303.8
310.7
317.8
320.6
326.6
330.8

2,896.1
2,922.5
2,942.1
2,9704
2,990.3
3,015.4
3,045.4
3,0704
3,0924
3,120.0
3,139.9
3,176.4

4,746.2
4,776.1
4,812.3
4,852.1
4,890,2
4,942.8
4,994.2
5,034.7
5,078.4
5,124.5
5,170.0
5,224.4

1983
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr,
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

132.7
133.8
135.6
136.1
138.3
139.0
139.4
141.0
142.2
141.8
143.9
145.9

,670.8
,682.7
,691.8
,701.8
,712.8
,722.0
,733.3
,743.9
,756.7
,770.4
,792.1
,813.2

517.2
524.8
536.4
546.9
560.0
569.6
581.9
586.2
593,1
606.6
614.2
623.8

305.1
303.8
302.9
301.9
301.5
300,8
299.1
2964
294.5
292.5
290.6
288.5

790.3
796.2
802.3
811.2
822.6
834.0
843.7
855.0
864.4
872.1
877.9
885.1

336.1
343.0
349.7
357.7
369.8
379.5
389.3
392.6
396.1
405.7
411.2
416.7

3,179.9
3,227.7
3,267.8
3,293.3
3,328.0
3,366.7
3,402.7
3,429.9
3,4594
3,480.5
3,508.8
3,543.9

5,284.7
5,343.7
5,3984
5,458.0
5,519.6
5,575.6
5,635.1
5,692.4
5,740.8
5,797.4
5,868.3
5,937.7

1984
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

29

12. Measures and components of the money stock and debt1—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars
Measures
year ana monin
Ml

M2

M3

L

Debt

421 8
4106
417 3
436,3
423 5
427 8
432.8
4309
432.3
435.1
4404
452.2

642 6
641 4
665 8
698.1
691 1
705 9
,722.5
734 4
743 7
,761.3
777 1
,7987

20172
2 025 1
2 046 8
2 080. 1
2 085 4
2 1040
2,130.0
2 151 6
2 1703
2,194.3
2 2167
2,243,4

2,359.6
2,373 1
2,390.0
2,416.0
24260
2,448.9
2,473.0
24965
2,520.7
2,552.9
2,579.7
2,604.7

3,958.8
3 992 0
4,026.3
4,056.5
4087 6
4,122 .4
4,154.7
4 182 9
4,214.6
4,249.1
4,279.8
4,309.2

454.3
437 9
4409
456.3
446 1
451 3
454 8
454.9
461 4
471 3
479.9
491 8

8162
806 3
823 9
,846,6
845 6
862 5
879 3
892 5
905 8
924 8
,939.1
959 6

2264 3
2262 6
22847
2,314.2
2 3184
2,338 0
2 357 2
2 382 8
2 3994
24247
2,440.2
24544

2,633.1
2 644 1
2,6684
2,696.4
2,704.9
2,728.6
2 7520
2,778.0
2,794 5
2,827.0
2,842,0
2,862.6

4,342.0
4 373 8
4,400.7
4,428.6
4,459.7
4,489.4
4521 2
4,556.8
4 596 3
4,632,5
4,668.5
4,709.2

1983
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

489.6
4805
489.2
505 3
5007
5100
517 4
514 7
517 8
524 0
528 5
539 7

2 012.8
2 036 7
2 061 1
2 087 4
20892
2 109 6
2 125 7
2 128 3
2 137 7
2 162 7
2 177 1
2 194 0

2483,1
24999
2 523 6
2 550 7
2 555 5
2 580 7
2 597 8
2 612 2
2 629 1
2 652 7
2 683 9
2 709 1

2,903.4
29203
2,946.4
2 980 3
2 984 1
3 014 9
3,045.0
3 065 2
3,082.3
3 1060
3,1400
3 179 7

4,746.2
4 776 1
4,812.4
4 852 1
4 8902
4 942 8
4994.2
5 034 7
5,078.3
5 124 5
5,170.0
5 224 4

1984
January
February
March
April .
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

536 8
523 9
5304
545 6
537 3
547 9
549.9
545 0
548 5
548 2
555.9
5704

2206 7
2 208 9
2 228 5
2 252 2
2 251 3
2 272 3
2 285 7
2 287 6
2 298 6
2 316 1
2 3440
2 376 6

2 723 2
2 734 6
2 766 4
2 798 9
2 812 8
2 840 5
2 863 7
2 875 0
2 891 2
2 920 9
2 960 5
3 002 6

3,203.9
3 225 1
3 273 9
3 305 1
3 321 8
3 368 0
3,403.4
3423 6
3 447 8
3 476 2
3 5094
3 545 4

5 284.7
5 343 7
5 398 4
5 458 0
5 519 6
5 575 6
5 635,1
5 692 4
5 740 8
5 797 4
S 868 1
5 937 6

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

30



.
,

.

. .

. .

,

Components

Currency2

Other
DeTravel- mand checkers
able
dechecks posits4
deposits5

Nontransaction
components
6

7

M2

M3

Money market
mutual funds
OverMoney
Small Large
night General
time Federal
market Savings
RPs and purpose Insti- deposit deposits9 time
debt
dedeEuro- 8 and
tution accounts
posits10 posits11
dollars broker/ only
dealer

Non- Year and
federal month
debt

116.1
116.2
117.2
118.8
119.7
120.3
121.9
121.9
121.5
121.9
123.7
126.2

4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.1
4.4
4.7
4.7
4.5
4.3
4.1
4.1

258.1
238.4
237.8
246.5
235.4
236.5
237.5
234.6
234.6
236.4
237.4
243 .4

43.6
52.0
58.3
67.0
64.3
66.6
68.7
69.7
71.8
72.5
75.3
78.5

1,220.8
1,230.7
1,248.5
1,261.8
1,267,6
1,278.1
1,289.7
1,303.5
,311.4
,326.2
,336.7
,346.5

374.6
383.7
381.0
382.0
394.3
398.1
407.5
417.2
426.5
433.0
439.6
444.7

30.0
28,6
30.3
30.4
32.5
35.3
35.1
37,5
34.7
32.6
33.9
35.9

63.7
72.9
82,9
94,3
98,1
101,3
110.8
120.4
128.9
135,7
143.0
150.6

16.1
18.7
22.0
24.0
22.5
22.8
24.6
26.3
29.5
32.7
35.2
38.0

.0
,0
.0
.0
.0
.0
.0
.0
,0
.0
.0
.0

382.0
373.6
373.5
376.0
369.6
364.8
365.1
355.1
348.2
344.2
341.4
342.2

751.1
761.1
767.2
766.6
772.8
781,9
784,2
795.9
805.0
819.6
824.1
823.2

272.7
278.0
275.7
270.6
278.7
283.0
288.5
297,1
300.9
301.6
303.2
306.0

2,353.0
2,375.8
2,387.5
2,407.0
2,429.7
2,452.6
2,476.6
2,501.5
2,572.6
2,556.1
2,579.0
2,596.5

3,958.8
3,992.0
4,026.3
4,056.5
4,087.6
4,122.4
4,154.7
4,182,9
4,214.6
4,249.1
4,279.8
4,309.2

1981
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

124.1
123.9
124.7
126.6
128.2
129.3
130.8
131.1
131.3
132.4
133.9
136.3

4.1
4.1
4.2
4.2
4.3
4.7
4.9
4.9
4.7
4.4
4.2
4.0

243.5
228.3
228.2
236.0
228.2
230.0
231.0
229.0
232.2
237.0
240.1
247.2

82.5
81.5
83.8
89.6
85.4
87.3
88.0
89.9
93.3
97.4
101.7
104.1

,362.0
,368.4
,383.0
,390.3
,399.5
,411.2
,424.5
,437.7
,444.4
,453.5
,459.2
,467.8

448.1
456.3
460.8
467.6
472.8
475.5
478.0
490.3
493.6
499.9
501.2
494.8

40.4
37.9
39.3
36.7
38.7
38.0
39.2
40.1
39.4
41,6
41.6
38.8

153.8
155.9
158.8
161.8
163.8
169.7
171.8
180.9
185,1
186.8
190.8
185.2

37.2
35.6
36.8
36.6
37.5
39.1
41.7
49.1
51.0
51.6
52.7
51.1

.0
.0
.0
.0
.0
.0
.0
.0
.0
.0
.0
43.2

346.6
344.4
345.9
347.6
346.7
347.2
347.0
345.1
346.3
355.9
361.5
355.3

827.2
835.9
844.7
849,9
856.0
861.7
872.3
877.2
879.4
875.5
871.5
851.8

308,1
314.3
317,4
317.4
319.2
321.5
325.3
330^
331.2
334.8
336.3
331,1

2,627.2
2,647.5
2,665.2
2,687.2
2,709.7
2,730.1
2,753.6
2,782.3
2,801.4
2,829.4
2,841.1
2,857.4

4,342.0
4,373.8
4,400.7
4,428.6
4,459.7
4,489.4
4,521.2
4,556.8
4,596.3
4,632,5
4,668.5
4,709.2

1982
Jan.
Feb.
Mar,
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

134.5
135.1
136.8
138.8
140.4
141.9
143.6
143.8
144,4
145.7
148.0
150.5

3.9
4.1
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.9
5.2
5.1
5.0
4.8
4.6
4.6

244.2
231.8
234.2
242.0
237.4
241.7
245.0
241.5
242.5
245.4
245.8
252.2

107.0
109.6
113.9
120.1
118.3
121.5
123.6
124.3
125.9
128.0
130.1
132,4

,523.2
,556.1
,571.9
,582.2
,588.5
,599.6
,608.3
,613.6
,619.9
,638.7
,648.6
,654.2

470.3
463.3
462.5
463.3
466.3
471.1
472.1
483.9
491.5
490.0
506.8
515.2

42.3
44.0
45.3
47.6
51.2
51.4
50.4
50.0
51.0
54.4
52.7
53.8

168.2
160.6
154.8
148.2
141.4
140.2
138.7
139.1
137,8
137.5
138.8
138.2

48.7
48.0
46.7
44.0
43.3
42.2
41.3
41.2
41.8
42.8
43.5
43.2

191.0
281.3
323.1
343.9
359.9
370.9
373.0
371.5
372.4
373.5
376.0
379.2

332.1
320.3
319.7
321.2
321.0
321.5
321.1
316.2
312.9
312.5
308.4
304.7

796.9
756.9
736.0
728.4
722.0
722.5
732.3
743,5
752.6
767.8
779.7
785.2

308.5
297.5
293.6
293.2
294.4
299.7
301.9
311 8
318.7
321.7
326.9
332.2

2,896.1
2,922,5
2,942.1
2,970.4
2,990.3
3,015.4
3,045,4
3,070.4
3,092.4
3,120,0
3,139.9
3,176.4

4,746.2
4,776.1
4,812.3
4,852,1
4,890,2
4,942.8
4,994.2
5.034.7
5,078.4
5,124.5
5,170.0
5,224.4

1983
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

148.4
148.3
149.9
151.6
152.9
154.9
156.3
156.5
156.5
156.7
158.7
160.9

4,6
4.7
4.8
4.8
5.0
5.4
5.8
5.7
5.4
5.0
4.8
4.9

250.0
238.5
240.1
248.6
242.1
247.8
248.4
243.8
246.1
245.8
248.9
257.4

133.8 ,669.9 516.5
132.4 ,684.9 525.7
135.7 ,698.1 537.9
140.6 ,706.6 546.7
137.4 ,714.0 561.4
139.8 ,724.3 568.2
139.4 ,735.8 578.0
138.9 ,742.7 587.3
140,5 ,750.1 592.6
140.8 1,767.8 604.8
143.4 1,788.2 616.5
147,2 1,806.2 626.0

56.1
57.3
56.6
56.2
58.2
55.9
56.3
58.5
56.7
56,8
58.1
57.6

137.8
142.1
144.8
145.9
146.5
148.9
150.5
150.6
152.0
155.7
162.2
168.1

43.5
44.6
45.0
45.0
45.3
45.7
46.1
46.2
46.9
52.2
58.3
62.7

384.0
390.0
396.9
401.0
399.4
397,8
394.2
388.9
388.7
392.1
402.6
415.2

303.5
301.1
303.0
304.5
304.0
304.4
302.5
295.6
292.5
291.6
288.7
286.2

795.8
801.6
803.9
806,1
812.9
824.4
839.3
855.8
867.3
878.8
883.9
886.4

337.0
343.4
349.9
354.7
367.7
378.2
388.0
395.1
398.0
407.6
411.7
417.4

3,197.9
3,227.7
3,267.8
3,293.3
3,328.0
3,366.7
3,402.7
3,429.9
3,459.4
3,480.5
3,508.8
3,543.9

5,284.7
5,343.7
5,398,4
5,458.0
5,519.6
5,575.6
5,635,1
5,692.4
5,740.8
5,797.4
5,868.3
5,937.7

1984
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept,
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.




31

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
Year and month

1981
January ...
February
March
April

Total
reserves2

Nonborrowed
NonTotal
borrowed reserves Required Monetary
base4
reserves
plus
reserves
reserves
extended
credit3

Non- |
borrowed
Nonborrowed reserves Required Monetary
plus
reserves
base4
reserves
extended
3
credit j

30,780
31,009
31,359
31,459
31,830
31,801
31,849
31,952
32,099
31,896
31,933
32,096

29,385
29,706
30,359
30,121
29,607
29,763
30,169
30,532
30,643
30,715
31,270
31,460

29,456
29,727
30,374
30,129
29,613
29,770
30,172
30,613
30,944
31,153
31,435
31,608

30,406
30,659
31,078
31,290
31,573
31,463
31,508
31,660
31,685
31,618
31,588
31,777

150,007
151,005
151,982
152,719
153,587
153,951
154,921
155,464
155,874
155,911
156,604
158,097

32,541
30,866
30,786
31,448
31,459
31,195
31,688
31,467
31,824
31,943
32,034
32,816

31,146
29,562
29,787
30,111
29,236
29,158
30,009
30,047
30,367
30,763
31,371
32,179

31,217
29,584
29,801
30,118
29,241
29,164
30,012
30,128
30,668
31,200
31,536
32,328

32,167
30,516
30,506
31,279
31,201
30,857
31,348
31,175
31,410
31,665
31,690
32,497

151,049
149,224
150,009
152,262
153,127
153,645
155,692
155,467
155,408
155,912
157,695
160,941

32,352
32,340
32,333
32,282
32,478
32,546
32,440
32,704
33,126
33,423
34,032
34,283

30,834
30,551
30,778
30,714
31,361
31,341
31,748
32,188
32,192
32,946
33,411
33,649

31,032
30,783
31,086
30,959
31,537
31,445
31,799
32,282
32,311
33,086
33,599
33,835

31,934
32,037
31,971
32,009
32,120
32,238
32,126
32,391
32,742
33,019
33,630
33,783

159,291
159,858
160,270
161,079
162,461
163,550
164,207
165,174
166,456
167,606
168,710
170,145

34,091
32,182
31,800
32,294
32,134
31,955
32,242
32,224
32,868
33,465
34,132
35,008

32,573
30,393
30,246
30,726
31,017
30,750
31,551
31,709
31,934
32,988
33,512
34,374

32,771
30,625
30,554
30,971
31,193
30,854
31,601
31,803
32,053
33,128
33,700
34,560

33,672
31,879
31,439
32,021
31,775
31,646
31,929
31,912
32,484
33,061
33,731
34,508

160,236
157,976
158,193
160,597
161,975
163,225
165,022
165,177
165,962
167,447
169,720
173,174

June
July
August
September
October
November
December

33,959
34,393
34,944
35,271
35,377
35,848
36,003
36,043
36,139
36,157
36,103
36,138

33,430
33,811
34,152
34,261
34,424
34,212
34,550
34,496
34,698
35,313
35,198
35,364

33,587
34,089
34,469
34,666
34,937
35,170
35,128
34,987
35,213
35,569
35,204
35,366

33,411
33,958
34,511
34,794
34,928
35,368
35,495
35,596
35,641
35,652
35,574
35,578

171,003
172,821
174,668
175,882
177,166
178,808
179,789
180,619
182,272
183,357
184,472
185,486

35,669
34,250
34,395
35,289
35,065
35,239
35,783
35,524
35,829
36,145
36,199
36,859

35,139
33,668
33,603
34,280
34,113
33,603
34,330
33,978
34,388
35,301
35,294
36,085

35,296
33,946
33,920
34,685
34,626
34,561
34,908
34,469
34,903
35,557
35,300
36,087

35,121
33,815
33,962
34,813
34,616
34,758
35,275
35,078
35,331
35,640
35,670
36,298

172,029
170,796
172,586
175,351
176,806
178,641
180,666
180,632
181,734
183,183
185,561
188,757

1984
January
February
March
April
May . .
June . . . .
July
August
September
October
November
December

36,357
37,026
37,099
37,110
37,450
38,290
38,239
38,386
38,143
37,758
38,113
38,709

35,642
36,459
36,148
35,876
34,462
34,989
32,315
30,369
30,902
31,741
33,495
35,523

35,646
36,464
36,175
35,921
34,499
36,862
37,323
37,412
37,360
36,798
37,332
38,127

35,744
36,083
36,388
36,619
36,870
37,516
37,626
37,697
37,515
37,138
37,419
37,857

187,484
189,026
189,902
190,587
191,689
193,984
194,616
195,783
196,253
196,185
197,427
198,736

38,181
36,611
36,616
37,478
36,771
37,801
37,854
37,698
37,881
37,953
38,687
40,129

37,466
36,043
35,664
36,244
33,783
34,500
31,929
29,681
30,640
31,936
34,070
36,943

37,470
36,048
35,691
36,288
33,819
36,373
36,937
36,724
37,098
36,993
37,907
39,547

37,568
35,667
35,905
36,986
36,191
37,027
37,240
37,008
37,253
37,332
37,994
39,277

188,648
186,875
188,150
190,666
191,333
194,245
195,899
196,111
196,067
196,129
198,224
202,020

May

June
July
August
September
October
November
December

1982
January
February . . .
March
April . .
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December . . .
1983
January
February
March
April

May

32



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

Required
reserves

Monetary
base4

Excess6

Borrowings

41 621
39 872
39 687
40,338
40522
40,446
41,006
41 007
40,591
40 710
40949
41,925

40226
38 568
38,688
39,000
38 299
38,409
39,327
39 588
39,135
39 530
40,286
41,289

40297
38 590
38,702
39,008
38 304
38,416
39,330
39 668
39,435
39 967
40,451
41,437

41 247
39 521
39407
40,169
40265
40 108
40,666
40 715
40 177
40433
40605
41 606

161 280
159 188
159 827
162,110
163 121
163 832
165,994
165 947
164552
165 041
166 977
170,471

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

1,395
1 304
1,000
1,338
2223
2,037
1,679
1,420
1,456
1 181
663
636

43 202
41 285
39 227
39 557
39,550
39,566
39 964
40 179
39 960
40587
41,200
41 854

41 685
39496
37 672
37 989
38,432
38,361
39 273
39 663
39 027
40 110
40,580
41 221

41 882
39728
37 981
38 234
38,609
38,465
39 323
39 757
39 145
40251
40,768
41 406

42 784
40981
38 866
39284
39,191
39258
39 651
39 866
39 576
40 183
40799
41 354

169 945
167 637
166 241
168 502
170,034
171 447
173 365
173 808
173 368
174 876
177,147
180 521

418
304
361
273
359
308
314
312
384
404
402
500

518
,790
555
,568
,117
1,205
691
525
933
477
621
634

1983
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September . . , . ,
October
«
November
December

41 864
39,799
38 035
38 650
38,282
38 415
38 948
38 661
37 916
38,137
38 144
38,894

41 334
39,217
37242
37 641
37 330
36 779
37 495
37 114
36475
37,294
37 239
38,120

41 491
39,495
37 560
38 046
37,843
37 737
38,072
37 605
36,990
37,550
37 245
38,122

41 315
39,364
37 601
38 174
37 833
37 934
38440
38 214
37 418
37 633
37 615
38 333

179 100
177,261
177 277
179 861
181 276
183 144
185 303
185 398
185 112
186,598
188 971
192,359

548
435
433
476
449
480
507
446
498
505
529
561

529
582
792
1 009
952
1 636
1,453
1 546
1,441
844
906
774

1984
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

40 120
36 366
36,280
37,156
36522
37 526
37,471
37 264
38 043
38,512
39235
40 695

39405
35 799
35,329
35,922
33 533
34225
31,547
29 247
30 801
32,495
34 618
37 509

39409
35 804
35,356
35,966
33,570
36098
36,555
36,290
37 260
37,553
38,455
40 113

39 507
35 423
35,569
36,664
35 942
36 752
36,858
36 575
37 415
37,892
38 542
39 843

192,316
186 672
187,814
190,344
191,083
193 971
195,516
195 677
196 229
196,688
198,771
202 586

613
943
711
492
580
774
613
689
628
620
694
853

715
567
952
1,234
2,988
3,300
5,924
8,017
7,242
6,017
4,617
3,186

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

.




..

33

14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures

1973

1972

Source
Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

SeptJ Oct. [ Nov. [ Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1 Total loans and securities2

572.0 575.9 586.2 593.0 598.4 605.0 611.4

89.0
2 U.S. government securities
88.6
93.4
93.4
3 Other securities
2
4 Total loans and leases
3900 3935
137.1 139.2
5 Commercial and industrial 3 . . .
2.4
6
Bankers acceptances held
2.3
1347 136.8
7
Other commercial and industrial
4
8
U S addressees
129.9 131.5
49
9
Non-US, addressees4
5.3
98.2
10 Real estate
99.0
1 1 Individual
863 87.0
12 Security
15.8
15.6
13 Nonbank financial institutions . . . . 21 7 224
14 3
14 Agricultural
14.6
n.a.
15 States and political subdivisions. . . .
n.a,
39
16 Foreign banks
41
17 Foreign official institutions
1.6
1.6
14
18 Lease financing receivables . .
1.4
19 All other loans
8.2
10.0

86.0
94,1
406 1
144.6
2.4
142 3
136.6
5.7
100.8
88.6
15.7
236
14.9
n.a.
55
1.7
15
9.1

84.0
94.9
414 1
149.6
2.6
1470
140.6
6.4
102.5
902
15.1
246
152
n.a.
65
1.7
16
7.0

82.7
95.4
4204
151.8
2.6
1492
142.8
63
104.1
91 5
14.4
25 1
154
n.a.
62
1.7
16
8.4

82.3
95.9
426 8
154.4
2.7
151 6
145.1
65
105.6
926
14.3
260
15 6
n.a.
62
1.7
17
87

82.5
96.1
4328
157.4
2.9
154.5
147.8
6.7
107.4
93.7
13.4
26.6
15.7
n.a,
6.2
1.8
1.8
8.8

619.7

627.2 631.5

636.4 641.3

647.8

83.3
96.7
4397
159.5
3.0
1565
150.0
6.6
109,3
94.7
13.3
273
16.0
n.a.
6.1
1.7
18
9.9

82.1
98.1
4470
162.4
3.1
1593
152.7
6.6
111.1
95.7
13.4
28.2
16.2
n,a.
6.0
1.7
19
10.4

85.4
99.2
451 8
163.3
2.6
160 7
154.2
66
114.3
97 1
12.6
28 2
16.5
n.a.
60
1,8
20
10.0

88,2
99.4
460 1
165.0
2.5
162.5
156.7
5.8
117.3
98.7
12.9
28.5
17.2
n.a.
6.2
2.1
2.1
10.2

83.1
98.9
4494
162.6
2.8
159 9
153.3
6.6
112.8
96,3
13.0
28 3
16.3
n.a.
5.8
1.8
19
10.6

87.5
98.7
455 2
163.9
2.4
161 4
155.0
6.4
115.8
98 1
12.6
27 8
16.9
n.a.
59
1.9
20
10.2

Not seasonally adjusted
20 Total loans and securities2

577.1

21 U,S, government securities
89.9
22 Other securities
93 5
393.7
23 Total loans and leases2
24 Commercial and industrial 3
1385
25
Bankers acceptances held
2.5
26
Other commercial and industrial . 1360
27
U.S. addressees4 . . 4
130.6
5.4
28
Non-U.S. addressees
29 Real estate
983
30 Individual
86.9
31 Security
169
32 Nonbank financial institutions
22.0
33 Agricultural
14.2
34 States and political subdivisions . . . .
n.a.
35 Foreign banks
4.1
36 Foreign official institutions
1.6
37 Lease financing receivables
14
38 All other loans
9.7

34




575.2 580.1

90.0
929
392.3
138.7
2.4
136,3
130.8
5.6
99.0
87.1
15.9
22.2
14.5
n.a.
4.1
1.6
14
7.8

86.5
935
400.0
1427
2.4
1404
134.6
5.8
100.4
87.8
154
22.8
14.7
n.a.
5.1
1.7
15
7.8

590.8 597.8 604.1

613.3 620.5 627.8 633.2 637.0 642.3 653.2

85.2
945
411.2
148 5
2.6
145 9
139,6
6.3
102.0
88.9
15 1
24.1
15.0
n.a.
6.2
1.7
16
8.1

82.9
964
434.0
157.8
3.0
154 8
148.3
6.5
107.4
93.3
13 3
26.9
15.8
n.a.
6.3
1.8
1.8
9.7

85.2
946
418.0
152 1
2.6
1495
143.3
6.3
103.7
90.4
13 8
24.9
15.2
n.a.
6.0
1.7
16
8.5

829
957
4254
1545
2.7
151 8
145.4
64
105.3
91 8
13 6
25 8
15.5
n.a.
6.1
1.7
17
9.3

81.9
970
441.6
1605
3.0
1575
150.9
6.6
109.4
94.9
127
27.9
16.2
n.a.
6.4
1.7
18
10.1

80.9
985
448.4
162 1
2.9
1592
152.7
6.5
111.4
96.5
137
28.6
16.5
n.a.
6.2
1.7
19
9.9

81.8
99 4
452.1
162 9
2.6
1604
154.0
6.3
113.3
97.5
13 1
28.8
16.6
n.a.
5.9
18
19
10.3

82.8
100 0
454.2
163 4
2.6
1608
154.5
6.4
114.8
98.1
130
28 2
16.7
n.a.
6.0
1.8
20
10.2

86.9
98 9
456,5
163 9
2.5
161 4
155.0
6.4
116.4
98.9
129
27.8
17.0
n.a.
5.9
1.9
20
9,9

89.1
99.6
464,5
166.7
2.6
164.1
157.6
6.5
117.5
99.4
13,9
28.9
17.1
n.a.
6.5
2.1
2.1
10.3

14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
Source

1974
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June

May

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.7

Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1 Tbtal loans and securities2 5 6

655.7 662.3 668.7 680.7 686.8 692.1

699.1

704.2 706.5 707.6 709.9 713.7

2 U S government 6securities
3 Other securities5'
4 Total loans and leases2' 6
7
5 Commercial and industrial 6t 6 7
6
Bankers acceptances held '
7
Other commercial 4 and industrial
8
US addressees
9
Non-U.S7 addressees4
10 Real estate5 6i
1 1 Individual
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions6
14 Agricultural
15 States and political subdivisions
16 Foreign banks
17 Foreign official institutions
18 Lease financing receivables
19 All other loans

89.0
101 0
465.7
1676
2.5
165.1
158 9
6.2
118.5
99.4
12.7
29.4
175
n.a.
6.4
2.1
22
9.9

84.5
1065
508.1
1893
3.7
185.6
177 8
7.8
126.7
1025
11.9
33.6
182
n.a.
8.9
2.7
29
11.3

85.1
1062
513.0
191 9
34
188.5
1805
80
127.6
1027
12.2
34.1
182
n.a.
8.7
2.6
29
11.9

20 Total loans and securities2- 5 6

654.7 655.4 666.2 679.7 685.6 694.2 699.9 704.8 708.5 708.8 711.2

21 US government6 securities
22 Other securities5'
23 Total loans and leases2' 6
24 Commercial and industrial6'37
25
Bankers acceptances held
26
Other commercial 4 and industrial
27
U S addressees
28
Non-U.S. addressees4
29 Real estate5' ' ' 7
30 Individual
31 Security
32 Nonbank financial institutions6
33 Agricultural
34 States and political subdivisions
35 Foreign banks
36 Foreign official institutions
37 Lease financing receivables.
38 AU other loans

89 9
100.4
4644
167.1
2.6
164.5
1580
6.5
118.5
99.5
12.7
29.1
17.3
n.a.
6.4
2.1
22
9.6

88.7
101 8
471.9
1697
2.5
167.2
1607
6.5
119,9
100.1
12.7
29.5
17.8
n.a.
6.6
2.0
2.3
11.5

88.8
103 1
476.8
1744
2.7
171.7
1649
6.9
121.1
1007
11.8
30.2
17.9
n.a.
7.3
2.1
24
8.8

87.3
1040
489.4
1804
2.9
177.4
1704
7.0
122.6
101.4
11.8
31.6
18.1
n.a.
8.3
2.5
25
10.5

85.9
105 1
495.8
1832
3.2
180.0
172 8
7.2
124.0
101 9
12.3
32.2
18 1
n.a.
8.3
2.5
27
10,7

85.2
105 9
501.1
185 6
3.3
182.3
1747
7.6
125.3
102 3
12.3
32.7
182
n.a.
8.6
2.6
28
10.7

83.8
107 1
515.7
193 3
3.5
189.9
182 0
79
128.4
1029
12.8
34.3
182
n.a.
8.7
2.3
30
11.9

83,8
1074
516.4
1946
35
191.1
1834
77
129.1
1028
12.5
34.2
18 1
n.a.
8.3
2.3
31
11.6

85.1
1068
518.0
195 8
35
192.3
184 8
7.5
129.6
1026
12,6
34.2
18 3
n.a.
8.3
2.2
31
11.2

86.3
107 5
519.8
1966
36
193.0
1862
6.9
130.1
102 5
12.6
34.5
18 3
n.a.
8.3
2.2
32
11.4

Not seasonally adjusted




89 2
101.1
465 1
167.5
2.5
165.0
1584
6.6
119.4
99.3
12.4
28.6
17.4
n.a.
6.2
2.0
23
10.1

902
102.6
473 4
173 3
2.7
1705
163 8
6.7
120.5
99.2
11 8
29.6
17.7
n.a.
7.0
2.1
24
9.8

89 9
103.2
486 6
1808
2.9
177.9
1709
7.0
122.1
100.1
11 4
31.3
17.8
n.a.
8.0
2.5
25
10.3

86 5
105.0
4940
183 3
3.1
1802
173 1
7.1
123.7
101.1
11.7
31.9
18.0
n.a.
8.1
2.5
27
11.1

85 6
106.2
5024
186 1
3.4
1827
175 3
7.4
125.2
101.9
12 3
33.1
18.3
n.a.
8.7
2.6
28
11 5

83 0
106.9
510 1
1904
3.6
1867
1789
7.8
126.8
102.7
11 4
34.2
18.4
n.a.
9.3
2.7
29
11.2

83 9
106.6
5144
191 5
3.3
1883
1805
7.8
127.9
103.6
125
34.5
18.6
n.a.
9.0
2.6
29
11.4

82 5
107.6
5184
193.6
3.3
1903
1827
7.6
128.9
104.1
12.8
34.9
18.5
n.a.
8.8
2.3
30
11.5

81 4
108.3
519 1
1947
3.4
191 3
183 7
7.5
129.6
103.9
12 8
34.2
18.3
n.a.
8.4
2.3
31
11.9

845
107.1
5196
1959
3.6
192.3
1847
7.6
130.2
103.4
12.9
34.2
18.3
n.a.
8.2
2.2
31
11.1

719.8
87 2
107.8
5248
198.6
3.8
194.8
187 1
7.7
130.4
103.1
13.6
35.0
18.2
n.a.
8.8
2.2
32
11,8

35

14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures

1975
Source

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept. j Oct. I Nov. j Dec,

Seasonally adjusted
1 Total loans and securities2 .

715.2

714.7

716.2

717.8

719.2

721.8

724.3

726.4

732.1

736.1

738.7

745.1

2 U S government securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and industrial 3
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial and industrial .
8
U S addressees4
9
Non-U S addressees4
10 Real estate
1 1 Individual
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions
14 Agricultural
15 States and political subdivisions
16 Foreign banks
17 Foreign official institutions
18 Lease financing receivables
19 All other loans

86.4
108.6
520.2
197.8
3.5
194.2
186.7
7.6
130.6
102,2
12.3
33.8
18.3
n.a.
8.4
2,1
3,3
11.5

86.0
109,4
519.3
196.8
4.1
192.7
184.7
8.0
131.1
102.5
11.9
33.5
18.4
n.a.
8.2
2,0
3,4
11.5

90.3
109.4
516.5
195.0
4.0
191.0
182.8
8.3
131.3
102.3
13.6
32.6
18.5
n.a.
7,9
1.9
3.4
9.9

94.1
109,4
514.4
193,9
3.9
190.0
181.6
8.4
131.5
101.8
11.5
32.1
18.7
n.a.
8.2
1.9
3.5
11.2

98.0
108.7
512.5
192.5
4.2
188.4
180.0
8.4
131.5
101.6
11.6
31.7
18.7
n.a.
8.5
1.9
3.6
10.9

101.6
109.1
511.1
190.9
4,3
186.6
178.2
8.4
131.8
101.6
12.8
31.5
18.7
n.a.
8.2
2.1
3.6
10.0

105.0
109.5
509.8
189.6
4.5
185.2
176.7
8.5
131.9
101.7
12.4
31.2
18.9
n.a.
8,4
2,1
3.7
9.9

107.4
110.1
508,8
188.9
4.5
184.4
175.8
8.6
132.0
102.1
10.8
31.0
19.2
n.a.
8.6
2.2
3.7
10.2

111.8
109.8
510.5
188.7
4.5
184.2
175.4
8.8
132.4
102.6
11.4
30.5
19.5
n.a.
8,8
2.1
3.8
10.6

113.6
110.6
511.9
188.7
4.4
184.3
175.3
9.0
133.1
103.3
12.5
29.9
19.7
n.a.
9.0
2.2
3.9
9.7

114.5
111.3
512.9
188,7
5.2
183.5
174.5
9.0
133.6
104.0
12.5
29.4
19.8
n.a.
9.1
2.2
3.9
9.5

116.7
111.2
517.1
189.3
6.2
183,2
174,5
8.7
134.4
104.9
13.5
29.0
20.1
n.a.
9.0
2.4
4.0
10.7

20 Total loans and securities2

714.4

707.4

713.3

716.9

718.0

723.8

724.5

726.3

733.2

736.5

740.1

751.5

21 U S government securities
22 Other securities
23 Total loans and leases2
24 Commercial and industrial 3
25
Bankers acceptances held
26
Other commercial and industrial .
27
U.S. addressees4
28
Non-US addressees4
29 Real estate
30 Individual
31 Security
32 Nonbank financial institutions
33 Agricultural
34 States and political subdivisions . . . .
35 Foreign banks
36 Foreign official institutions
37 Lease financing receivables
38 All other loans

87,1
108.0
519.3
197.2

86.5
108.6
512.4
194,5

91.7
108.8
512.9
193.9

96.9
108.5
511.5
194.3

98.7
108.6
510.7
192.7

193.5
185.5
8.0
130.7
102.3
12.3
33.5
18.1
n.a.
8.4
2.1
3.3
11.4

190.4
182.3
8.1
130.6
101.6
11.6
32.7
18.0
n.a.
7.8
2.0
3.4
10.1

189.8
181.7
8.2
130.6
100.7
13.6
32.0
18.2
n.a.
7.6
1.9
3.4
10.8

190.5
182.1
8.4
130,9
100,6
11.2
31.8
18.4
n.a,
7,9
1.9
3.5
10.9

188.6
180.4
8.2
131.2
100.8
11.0
31.5
18.6
n.a.
8.3
1.9
3.6
11.1

102.1
109.4
512.4
191.4
4.3
187.1
179.0
8.2
131,7
101.2
12.9
31.8
18.8
n.a.
8.2
2.1
3.6
10.7

103.3
109.9
511.3
190.5
4.3
186.2
177.7
8.4
132.0
101.8
11.9
31.7
19.2
n.a.
8.7
2.1
3.7
9.9

106.0
110.4
509.9
188.5
4.2
184.3
175.8
8.5
132.3
102.9
11.0
31.2
19.6
n.a.
8.7
2.2
3.7
9.8

110.2
110.3
512.7
188.7
4.2
184.5
175,8
8.7
133.0
103.8
11.5
31.0
19.8
n.a.
9.0
2.1
3,8
10.1

110.6
111.5
514.4
188.7
4.4
184.3
175.5
8.8
133.7
104.5
12.7
29.9
19.9
n.a.
9.1
2.2
3.9
9.8

113.5
111.8
514.8
189.0
5.6
183.4
174.5
8.9
134.2
104.8
12.8
29.4
19.9
n.a.
9.0
2.2
3.9
9,5

117.8
111.6
522.1
191.1
6.7
184.4
175.2
9.2
134.6
105.6
14.3
29.4
20.0
n.a.
9.5
2.4
4.0
11.4

Not seasonally adjusted

36



14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
BUHons of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures

1976
Source

Jan.

Feb,

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1 Total loans and securities2
2 U S government securities
3 Other securities . .
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and industrial8'39
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial and industrial .
8
U S addressees*
9
Non-U.S. addressees4
10 Real estate8 9 . . .
11 Individual
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions8'9 . , .
14 Agricultural . . .
15 States and political subdivisions. . . .
16 Foreign banks. .
17 Foreign official institutions
18 Lease financing receivables
19 All other loans9

745.2

749.3

753.5

757.8

762.3

767.5

770.2

776.0

780,5

788.8

796.2

804.6

118.6
111.0
515.6
189.2
5.5
183.7
174.5
9.3
135.5
105.8
12.4
28.4
20.4
n.a.
9.0
2.4
4.0
8.6

119.9
110.8
518.6
188.9
5.5
183.4
174.1
9.3
136.3
106.3
12.1
28.6
20.6
n.a.
9.4
2.4
4.1
9.8

121.9
110.4
521.2
186.5
5.3
181.2
171.8
9.4
137.9
107.1
14.7
28.9
20.9
n.a.
9.6
2.4
4.2
9.1

124,6
110.5
522.7
183.6
5.4
178.2
168.7
9.6
139.8
108.0
14.8
28.5
21.2
n.a.
9.6
2.5
4.3
10.4

125.9
110.8
525.6
184.5
5.3
179.2
169.3
9.9
,140.8
109.0
14.9
27.9
21.5
n.a.
9.6
2.6
4.5
10.3

125.7
112.0
529.8
185.0
5.0
180.0
169.9
10.1
141.6
110.1
15.5
27.5
21.7
n.a.
10.3
2.6
4.6
10.9

126.2
112.7
531.2
184.9
5.2
179.7
169.8
9.8
142.7
111.0
15,5
26.8
22.0
n.a.
10.5
2.6
4.7
10.5

128.0
112.8
535.1
185.5
5.6
179.9
169.9
10.1
143.9
112.0
16.0
26.3
22.1
n.a.
10.8
2.6
4.8
11.1

128.6
113.2
538.7
186.7
6.1
180.6
170.5
10.2
145.1
112,9
16.3
25.9
22.4
n.a.
10.8
2.8
4.8
10.9

131.3
113.3
544.3
188.1
6.3
181.8
171.5
10.3
146.2
114.0
17.0
26,3
22.6
n.a.
11.1
2.8
4.9
11.3

133.1
113.8
549.3
189.7
6,8
182.9
172.6
10.3
147,5
115.2
16.9
26.3
22.9
n.a.
11.7
2.8
5.0
11.3

136.3
113,5
554.8
190.9
8.0
182.9
172.8
10.0
148.8
116.3
17.7
26.4
23.2
n.a.
11.7
2.8
5.1
11.9

Not seasonally adjusted
2

20 Total loans and securities

745.0

743.0

750.9

757.8

761.0

769.5

769.7

775.1

781.1

789.4

797.8

811.5

21 U S government securities
22 Other securities
23 Total loans and leases2
24 Commercial and industrial8*39
25
Bankers acceptances held
26
Other commercial and industrial .
27
U S addressees4
28
Non-U S addressees4
29 Real estate8-9. . .
30 Individual
31 Security
32 Nonbank financial institutions8' 9 . . .
33 Agricultural
34 States and political subdivisions
35 Foreign banks
36 Foreign official institutions
37 Lease financing receivables
38 All other loans9

119.4
110.4
515.2
188.7
6.0
182.8
173.3
9.4
135.5
105.9
12.4
28.3
20.2
n.a.
9.1
2.4
4.0
8.6

120.5
110.1
512.5
187.0
5.6
181.3
172.1
9.3
135.9
105.4
11.7
28.0
20.3
n.a.
9.0
2.4
4.1
8.8

123.7
109.7
517.5
185.7
5.5
180.2
170.9
9.3
137.1
105.5
14.6
28.4
20,5
n.a.
9.3
2.4
4,2
9.8

128.2
109.7
519.9
184.0
5.2
178.8
169.3
9.6
139.1
106.7
14.7
28.3
20.9
n.a.
9.3
2.5
4.3
10,2

126.6
110.9
523.5
184.7
5.1
179,7
169.9
9.8
140.3
108.2
14.2
27.7
21.4
n.a.
9.3
2.6
4.5
10.5

126.3
112.3
530.9
185.6
4.9
180.7
170.7
9.9
141.4
109.7
15.6
27.7
21.9
n.a.
10.4
2.6
4.6
11.5

124.3
113.0
532.3
185.4
4,9
180.5
170.7
9.8
142.7
111.2
15.0
27.1
22.3
n.a.
10.7
2.6
4.7
10.6

126.3
113.0
535.8
184.9
5.1
179.8
169.8
10.0
144.2
112.8
16.2
26.5
22.5
n.a.
10.7
2.6
4.8
10.6

127.2
113.5
540.4
186,5
5.7
180.8
170.7
10.1
145.7
114.2
16.3
26.2
22.7
n.a.
11.0
2.8
4.8
10.2

128.4
114.0
547,0
188.1
6.3
181.8
171.6
10.2
146,9
115.2
17.2
26.3
22,9
n.a.
11.3
2.8
4.9
11.4

132.0
114.3
551,6
190.0
7.4
182.6
172.5
10.1
148.2
115.9
17.3
26.3
23.0
n.a.
11.5
2,8
5.0
11.5

137.5
113.9
560.1
192.5
8.9
183.6
173,4
10.3
149.1
117.0
18.6
26.8
23.1
n.a.
12.6
2.8
5.1
12.5




37

14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures

1977
Source

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July 1 Aug. j Sept. 1 Oct. j Nov. | Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1 Total loans and securities3

809.6

816.3

824.3

831.1

840.1

846.3

853.5

863.0

869.4

876.3

884.9

891.4

2 U S government securities .
, .,
3 Other securities
2
4 Total loans and leases . . 10
. ..
5 Commercial and industrial 3. . . . . . .
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial and industrial .
8
U.S. addressees4
9
Non-US addressees4
10 Real estate10 .
....
1 1 Individual
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions10 . . . .
14 Agricultural . .
15 States and political subdivisions . . . .
16 Foreign banks.
17 Foreign official institutions
18 Lease financing receivables
19 All other loans

137.8
113.3
558.6
191.5
7.1
184.4
173.8
10.6
150.1
117.7
18.8
26.3
23.4
n.a.
11.8
2.9
5.1
10.9

138.7
113.6
564.0
193.0
6.6
186.4
175.9
10.5
152.0
119.3
18.9
26.0
23.7
n.a.
11.8
2.9
5.1
11.4

141.0
113.1
570.2
195.1
6.5
188.6
178.3
10,3
153.8
121.0
19.1
25.9
24.1
n.a.
11.7
2.7
5.1
11.5

139.1
115.6
576.4
196.1
6.8
189.3
179.2
10.1
156.0
122.8
19.6
25,5
24.4
n.a.
12.2
2.6
5.1
11.9

139.3
117.3
583.5
197,8
6.7
191.2
181.1
10.1
158.3
125.0
19.5
25,6
24.9
n.a.
12.6
2.6
5.1
12.1

139.4
117.7
589.2
199.7
6.4
193.3
183.2
10.1
160.6
126.8
19.1
25.4
25.2
n.a.
12.4
2.5
5.2
12.3

138.8
119,1
595.6
201.2
6.5
194.6
184.6
10.0
163.1
128.8
19.6
25.0
25.5
n.a.
12.5
2.6
5.2
12.2

138.3
119.7
605.0
203.4
6.7
196.6
186.5
10.1
165.7
130.6
20.1
25.0
25.6
n.a,
12,8
2.7
5.3
13.8

137.7
120.6
611.2
204.7
6.7
198.0
187.6
10.4
167.8
132.3
20.9
25.2
25.7
n.a.
13.2
2.7
5.4
13,2

136.6
121.5
618.2
207,0
6,9
200.1
189.6
10.5
170.2
134.0
20.8
25.7
25,7
n.a.
13.6
2.7
5.5
12.8

136.2
122.7
626.0
209.1
6.9
202.2
191.9
10.3
172.8
135.9
2L5
25.7
25.8
n.a,
13.4
2,5
5,6
13.6

136,6
122.7
632.2
211.0
7.7
203.3
193,4
9.9
175,2
138.3
21.0
25.8
25.8
n.a.
13.7
2.7
5.8
13.9

20 Total loans and securities2

809.9

810.7

821.6

831.3

838.3

848.0

852.6

861.2

869.7

877.6

887.2

899.0

21 U.S. government securities
22 Other securities . 2
...
23 Total loans and leases
10
24 Commercial and industrial 1
25
Bankers acceptances held
26
Other commercial and industrial .
27
U.S. addressees4
28
Non-U S addressees4
29 Real estate10
30 Individual
31 Security
32 Nonbank financial institutions10
33 Agricultural
34 States and political subdivisions
35 Foreign banks
36 Foreign official institutions
37 Lease financing receivables
38 All other loans

138.3
112.8
558.8
191.0
7.9
183.1
172.6
10.5
150.2
117.9
18.9
26.2
23.2
n.a,
12,3
2.9
5.1
11.0

139.3
112.9
558.5
191.3
6,8
184.5
174.0
10.5
151.6
118.3
18.2
25.6
23.3
n.a,
11,3
2.9
5.1
10.9

142.9
112.3
566.4
194.5
6.6
187.9
177.6
10.3
153.1
119.3
19.0
25.6
23.6
n.a.
11.4
2.7
5.1
12.0

142.8
114.9
573.5
196.7
6.5
190.1
179.9
10.2
155.2
121.4
19.7
25.4
24.0
n.a.
11.8
2,6
5.1
11.6

139.8
117.5
581.0
198.1
6.3
191,8
181.8
10.0
157.8
124.1
18.7
25.4
24.8
n.a.
12.1
2.6
5.1
12.2

140.0
117.9
590.0
200.3
6.1
194.1
184.2
9.9
160.2
126.4
19.4
25.5
25.4
n.a.
12.3
2.5
5.2
12,8

137.1
119.3
596.2
201.5
6.1
195.4
185,4
10.0
163.0
128.9
19.0
25.1
25.8
n.a,
12.6
2,6
5.2
12.5

136.5
119.7
604.9
202.5
6.2
196.3
186.3
10.0
166.0
131.4
20.4
25.0
26.1
n.a.
12.5
2.7
5.3
13.1

136.5
120.8
612.4
204.3
6.4
197.8
187.6
10.2
168.4
133.6
20,9
25.5
26,2
n.a.
13.5
2.7
5.4
12.0

134.2
122.1
621.2
207,1
6.9
200,2
189.8
10.5
171.1
135.4
21.0
25,7
26.1
n.a.
13.9
2.7
5.5
12.8

135.0
123.2
629.0
209.6
7.5
202.1
191.8
10.3
173.6
136.7
22.0
25.7
25.9
n.a.
13.3
2.5
5.6
14.0

137.6
123.2
638.2
212.5
8.6
204.0
193.7
10.2
175.6
139.1
22.0
26,2
25.7
n.a,
14.9
2.7
5.8
13.8

Not seasonally adjusted

38



14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures

1978
Source

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

899.5

907.8

918.9

930.5

941.4

952.2

136,4
122.5
640.6
213.2
6.8
206.4
196.2
10.2
178.1
140.1
21,7
25.3
25.9
n.a.
14.1
2.9
5.8
13.3

137,7
122.2
647,9
216.2
6.3
209.9
199.4
10.5
180.6
141.9
20.6
25.1
26.0
n.a.
14,6
3.0
5.9
13.8

138.4
122.9
657.6
220.3
6.5
213.8
203.1
10.7
183.2
144.0
20.8
25,1
26.0
n.a.
15.7
3.1
6.0
13.5

138,5
124.3
667.7
223.8
6.4
217.4
206,5
10.9
185.8
146.5
21.1
25.3
26.1
n.a.
15,6
3.0
6.1
14.4

138.1
124.9
678.3
227.8
6.3
221.5
210.3
11,3
188.7
149.1
21.0
25.6
26.2
n.a.
14.8
3.0
6.2
15.9

138.1
125.8
688.3
231.1
6.5
224.7
213.2
11.5
192.0
151.9
21.1
25.9
26.5
n.a.
16,4
3.0
6.3
14.1

June

Nov.

Aug,

Sept.

Oct.

%3.7

971.0

982.0

992.4 1,004.7 1,013.8

138.8
125.5
699.3
233.8
6.3
227.5
216.0
11.5
195.1
155,3
21.0
26.2
26.7
n.a.
16.6
3.0
6.4
15,0

139.2
125,8
706,0
235,9
6,0
229.9
217.8
12.1
198.5
158.4
20.2
26.3
27.1
n.a.
15.9
3.4
6.5
14.0

139.7
127.0
715.2
237.8
6.3
231.5
219.0
12,4
201,4
159,7
20.7
26.4
27.3
n.a.
16.6
3.8
6.7
14.7

139.9
127.4
725.2
240.4
6.7
233.7
221.1
12.6
204.5
162.3
19.9
25.9
27.7
n.a.
18.2
4.1
6.9
15.2

July

Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1 Total loans and securities2
2 U S government securities , . .
3 Other securities
4 Total loans iind leases2
5 Commercial and industrial 3
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial and industrial .
8
U S addressees4
9
Non-U S addressees4
10 Real estate
11 Individual
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions
14 Agricultural
,.
15 States and political subdivisions
16 Foreign banks
17 Foreign official institutions. ,
18 Lease financing receivables
19 All other loans

139.3
128.0
737,4
243.8
6.6
237.2
224.1
13.1
207.6
163.8
19.8
26.0
28,0
n.a.
20.0
4.6
7.2
16.5

137.6
129.2
746.9
246.1
6.6
239.4
225,7
13.8
210.5
164.7
19.6
26.3
28.2
n.a.
21.5
5.1
7.5
17.5

Not seasonally adjusted
2

20 Total loans and securities , . .

900.8

902.8

915.7

930.1

938.6

953.4

962.1

968.2

982.3

994.5 1,007.4 1,022.5

21 US government securities
22 Other securities
23 Total loans and leases2
24 Commercial and industrial 3
25
Bankers acceptances held
26
Other commercial and industrial ,
27
U S addressees4
28
Non-US addressees4
29 Real estate
30 Individual
31 Security
32 Nonbank financial institutions
33 Agricultural
34 States and political subdivisions
35 Foreign banks
.,.
36 Foreign official institutions .
37 Lease financing receivables
38 AU other Joans

136.6
122,3
641.8
212.9
7.5
205.4
194.9
10.4
178.3
140,5
21.9
25.3
25.6
n.a.
14.9
2.9
5.8
13.7

138,3
121.6
642.8
214,7
6.5
208.2
197.7
10.6
180.2
140.9
19.9
24.9
25.5
n.a.
14.1
3.0
5.9
13.5

140.1
122.2
653.4
219.7
6.4
213.3
202.5
10.8
182.4
142.2
20.5
24.8
25.4
n.a.
15.4
3.1
6.0
13.8

141.8
123.7
664.6
224,4
6.1
218.3
207.4
10,9
184.9
145.0
21.2
25.2
25.6
n.a.
15.2
3.0
6.1
14.0

138.3
125,4
675.0
228.1
6.0
222.1
211.1
10.9
188.1
148.2
20.1
25,4
26.1
n.a.
14.2
3.0
6,2
15.6

138.7
125.8
688.8
231.7
6.3
225.4
214.4
11.0
191.5
151.5
21.5
25.9
26.6
n.a,
16,3
3.0
6.3
14.5

137.4
125,3
699.3
233.9
6.0
227.9
216.6
11.3
195,0
155.2
20.5
26,2
27.1
n.a,
16.6
3.0
6,4
15.3

137.5
125.6
705.1
234.7
5.7
229.1
217,3
11.7
198.7
159.0
20.4
26.4
27,5
n.a.
15.4
3.4
6.5
13.0

138.9
127.0
716.3
237.2
6,2
231.0
218.9
12.1
202.0
161.1
20.7
26.7
27.8
n.a.
17.1
3.8
6.7
13.2

137.9
127,8
728.8
240.6
6.7
233.9
221.3
12.7
205.5
163.8
19.8
25.9
28.1
n.a.
18.7
4.1
6.9
15.2




138.1
128,5
740.8
244.3
6.9
237.4
223.9
13.5
208.5
164.7
20.2
26.1
28.2
n.a.
19.8
4.6
7.2
17.2

138.3
130.0
754.2
247.7
7.2
240.5
226.0
14.5
211.0
165.8
20.6
26.6
28.1
n.a.
23.2
5.1
7.5
18.6

39

14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures

1979
Source

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct. j Nov. | Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1 Total loans and securities2' "
2 U S government securities
3 Other securities'1
4 Total loans and leases2' "
5 Commercial and industrial ' 3
'
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial and industrial .
8
U.S. addressees4
9
Non-U S addressees4
10 Real estate"
11 Individual11
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions" . . . .
14 Agricultural
15 States and political subdivisions
16 Foreign banks
17 Foreign official institutions
18 Lease financing receivables" .
19 AU other loans"

1,026.6 1,035.9 1,047.7 1,061.0 1,070.1 1,083.0 1,097.0 1,108.0 1,126.2 1,130.4 1,128.6 1,135.4
136.9
134.0
755.7
250.5
6.7
243.8
228.8
15.0
212.4
165.4
20.1
26.5
28.4
n.a.
21.8
5.3
7.4
17.8

135.9
135.4
764.7
254.5
7.1
247.4
231.9
15.5
214.5
168.0
21.2
26.2
28.6
n.a.
21.2
5.4
7.5
17.5

137.3
136.4
774.0
258.3
7.1
251.2
235.3
15.9
216.7
170.1
21.1
26.3
28.7
n.a.
21.4
5.7
7.7
18.0

138.0
137.0
786.0
263.5
7.0
256.5
240.1
16.4
219.3
172.3
21.7
26.7
29.1
n.a.
20.9
5.7
7.8
19,0

138,7
136.7
794.7
268.0
7.0
260.9
244.2
16.7
221.2
174.7
22.3
27.3
29.2
n.a.
19.9
5.3
7.9
18.8

139.8
136.9
806.3
272.2
7.3
264.9
247.7
17.2
224.5
176.8
22.2
27.5
29.4
n.a.
21.8
5.1
8.1
18.6

140.2
138.0
818.8
276.6
7.9
268.7
251.4
17.4
228.1
178.2
23.2
28.3
29.6
n.a.
21.9
5.3
8.3
19.2

139.7
139.6
828.7
280.5
7.5
272.9
254.7
18.2
230.7
180.0
22.8
28.7
29.9
n.a.
21.2
5.7
8.5
20.8

141.3
140.8
844.1
285.5
7.7
277.8
258.8
19.0
233.6
181.7
23.8
29.0
30.1
n.a.
22.7
6.6
8.7
22.2

142.6
141.2
846.6
287.3
7.6
279.7
260.7
19.0
236.6
182.7
21.1
30,0
30.4
n.a.
21.7
7.2
8.9
20.7

143.0
141.8
843.8
287.9
7.7
280.2
261.4
18.8
239.0
183.8
18.4
29.8
30.8
n.a.
19.1
6.9
9.1
19.0

144.4
141.9
849.1
291.1
8.3
282.8
263.7
19.2
241.9
184.5
18.6
29.3
31.1
n.a,
18.6
6.9
9.4
17.8

Not seasonally adjusted
20 Total loans and securities2-11
21 U.S. government securities
22 Other securities11
23 Total loans and leases2' "
24 Commercial and industrial ' '3
25
Bankers acceptances held
26
Other commercial and industrial .
27
U.S. addressees4
28
Non-U S addressees4
29 Real estate"
..
....
30 Individual "
31 Security
32 Nonbank financial institutions"
33 Agricultural
34 States and political subdivisions
35 Foreign banks . .
36 Foreign official institutions
37 Lease financing receivables"
38 All other loans"

40



1,029.5 1,031.5 1,044.0 1,060.0 1,066.4 1,083.6 1,094.5 1,103.9 1,126.4 1,133.1 1,131.5 1,145.0
136.9
134.0
758.5
250.5
7.2
243.3
227.8
15.6
212.7
166.2
20.3
26.5
28.2
n.a.
23.0
5.3
7.5
18.4

136.5
134.9
760.1
253.3
7.2
246.1
230.5
15.6
214.2
167.1
20.5
26.1
28.1
n.a.
20.5
5.4
7.6
17.3

138.7
135.9
769.4
257.8
7.0
250.8
234.8
16.0
215.9
168.3
20.7
26.0
28.1
n.a.
20.9
5.7
7.7
18,2

140.9
136.5
782.6
264.2
6.8
257.4
241.1
16.3
218.2
170.8
21.9
26.6
28.5
n.a.
20.4
5.7
7.8
18.4

138.7
137.3
790.3
268.1
6.8
261.4
245.1
16.3
220.6
173.7
21.5
27.0
29.1
n.a.
19.2
5,3
8.0
17.9

140.5
136.8
806.3
272.5
7.2
265.3
248.7
16.6
223.8
176.3
22.8
27.5
29.6
n.a.
21.6
5.1
8.1
18.9

139.2
137.4
817.9
276.4
7.6
268.8
251.6
17.2
227.8
177.7
22.5
28.2
30.1
n.a.
21.8
5.3
8.3
20.0

138.3
139.2
826.4
278.8
7.2
271.6
253.8
17.8
230.8
180.3
23.0
28.8
30.4
n.a.
20.4
5.7
8.5
19.5

140.8
140.5
845.2
284.9
7.7
277.2
258,5
18.7
234.3
183.0
23.6
29.2
30.7
n.a.
23.5
6.6
8.7
20.8

141.0
141.5
850.7
287.7
7.5
280.2
261.0
19.2
237.6
184.2
20.8
30.0
30.8
n.a.
22.4
7.2
8.8
21.0

141.8
142.2
847.4
288.4
7.9
280.6
261.2
19.4
240.0
184.8
18.8
29.8
30.9
n.a.
19.0
6.9
9,0
19.7

144.6
143.0
857.4
293.0
9.0
284.0
264.2
19,8
242,6
185.9
19.7
29.7
30.9
n.a.
20.0
6.9
9.3
19.3

14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
BMons of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures

1980
Source

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1 Total loans and securities2' 13

1,142.5 1,156.6 1,165.7 1,164.6 1,160.3 1,159.1 1,168.4 1,186.7 1,196.3 1,207.0 1,225.3 1,239.7

2 -U S government securities14
3 Other securities14
4 Total loans and leases2' 13
5 Commercial and industrial123' 13
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial and
industrial4' '2
8
US. addressees4' 12 4
9
N o n U S addressees
10 Real estate13
1 1 Individual
..
12 Security17
13 Nonbank financial institutions
14 Agricultu ral
15 States and political subdivisions
16 Foreign banks
17 Foreign official institutions
18 Incase financing receivables
19 All other loans12' l3

143.9
143.2
855.3
295.3
8.1

145.8
143.8
867.0
299.1
8.7

147.1
144.2
874.4
302.8
8.1

146.0
145.6
873.0
303.3
7.8

148.1
147.7
864.5
300.3
8.3

151.3
148.8
859.0
298.6
8.4

155.2
150.4
862.7
300.4
9.1

160.6
151.1
875.1
306.6
9.5

162.8
151.5
882.0
310.7
9.2

164.3
153.6
889.1
315.2
9.2

168.2
154.2
902.9
322.0
9.2

170.9
154.4
914.5
326.9
8.2

287.1
267.4
19.7
244.5
185.2
17.8
29.0
31.2
n.a.
18.4
7.3
9.5
17.2

290.5
270.4
20.1
248.0
187.3
17.5
29.2
31.3
n.a.
19.0
7,4
9.6
18.7

294.7
274.6
20.1
250.1
187.4
16.6
30.0
31.3
n.a.
19.5
7.6
9.8
19.3

295,6
275.2
20.3
251.9
184.9
15,7
29.4
31.2
n.a.
20.3
7,8
9.9
18,6

292.0
271.6
20.4
252.0
181.7
15.2
27.5
31.2
n.a.
20.9
7.9
10.1
17.6

290.2
269.8
20.4
252.6
179.6
15.4
26,4
30.8
n.a.
20.5
8,5
10.3
16.2

291.3
271,2
20.1
253.8
178,9
14.8
26.8
30.8
n.a.
20.9
9.3
10.4
16.6

297.1
275.7
21,4
254,9
178.5
15.6
27.0
31.0
n.a.
22.0
9.5
10.5
19.4

301.5
279.9
21.6
256.1
178.3
15.6
27.4
31.1
n.a.
21.9
9.8
10.6
20.4

305.9
284.5
21.4
258.3
178.4
16.2
28.0
31.2
n.a.
22.1
10.3
10.8
18,6

312.8
291.0
21.8
260.5
178.9
16.7
28.6
31.4
n.a.
23.2
10.9
10.9
19.8

318.7
296.4
22.3
262.6
179.3
17.7
29.3
31.6
n.a.
23,5
11.5
10.9
21.2

Not seasonally adjusted
2 13

1,147.1 1,153.2 1,162.0 1,163.5 1,156.0 1,158.9 1,164.7 1,181.6 1,196.1 1,209.4 1,227.6 1,249.8

20 Total loans and securities

21 U S government securities14
22 Other securities14
23 Total loans and leases2' 13
24 Commercial and industrial123' 13
25
Bankers acceptances held
26
Other commercial and
industrial4' 12
27
U S addressees4- 12 4
28
Non-U.S. addressees
29 Real estate13
30 Individual
31 Security12
32 Nonbank financial institutions
33 Agricultural
34 States and political subdivisions
35 Foreign banks
36 Foreign official institutions
37 Lease financing receivables
38 All other loans12- I3




143.9
143.6
859.6
295.9
8.5

'. .

146.4
143.6
863.2
298.3
8.7

148.3
144.0
869.7
302.4
8,0

148.7
145.2
869.5
304.0
7.6

148.2
148.4
859.4
300.0
8.0

152.3
148.5
858.2
298.4
8.5

154.4
149.4
860.9
299.8
8.8

159.2
150.6
871.8
304.7
9.2

162.2
150.9
883.0
310.3
9.2

162.7
153.6
893.1
315.7
9.1

166.6
154.6
906,4
322.4
9.2

170.4
155,8
923.6
329.2
8.8

287.4
267.0
20.3
244.9
186.3
18.1
29.0
30.9
n.a.
19.4
7.3
9.6
18.2

289.6
269.4
20.2
247.6
186.6
17.0
29.1
30.7
n.a.
18,5
7.4
9.7
18,1

294.4
274.3
20.1
249.3
185.6
16.3
29.8
30.6
n.a.
19.1
7.6
9.9
19.1

296.4
276.3
20.1
250.9
183.4
15.8
29.3
30.6
n.a.
19.7
7.8
10.0
18.0

292.1
272.1
19.9
251.4
180.5
14.7
27.3
31.1
n.a.
20.1
7.9
10.1
16.2

289.9
270.2
19.7
252.0
178.9
15.7
26.4
31.1
n.a.
20,1
8.5
10.2
16.8

291.0
271.0
20.0
253.4
178.0
14.3
26.7
31.3
n.a.
20.6
9.3
10.4
17.1

295.5
274.4
21.1
255.0
178.5
15.7
27.1
31.5
n.a.
21.3
9.5
10.4
18.0

301.1
279.7
21.4
256.8
179.3
15,3
27.6
31.6
n.a.
22.4
9.8
10.5
19.4

306.6
284.9
21.8
259.3
179.7
16.0
28,0
31.7
n.a.
22.7
10.3
10.7
19.1

313.2
290.7
22.5
261.4
179.8
17.2
28.6
31.5
n.a.
23.3
10.9
10.7
20.4

320.4
297.2
23.2
263.3
180.9
19.1
29.6
31.4
n.a.
25.1
11.5
10.9
22.7

41

14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures

1981
Source

Jan,

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept. j Oct. j Nov. ; Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1 Total loans and securities2

1S

2 U.S. government securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2' l5
5 Commercial and industrial 15< l6
6
Bankers acceptances held3
7
Other commercial and industrial .
8
US addressees4
9
Non-U.S. addressees4 . . .
10 Real estate15 .
1 1 Individual
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions15
14 Agricultural
15 States and political subdivisions. . .
16 Foreign banks
17 Foreign official institutions15
18 Lease financing receivables .
19 All other loans

1,248.9 1,253.5 1,259.6 1,266.0 1,280.7 1,289.3 1,291.3 1,298.3 1,306.1 1,313.6 1,319.5 1,307.4
174.0
155.1
919.8
329.1
9.0
320.1
296.3
23.8
264.1
179.2
19.1
29.3
31,8
n.a.
24.1
11.6
11.2
20.3

174.9
155.6
923.0
329.4
8.9
320.5
296.0
24.5
265.9
179.9
18.7
29.0
32.0
n.a.
23.7
11.4
11.6
21.4

175.5
156.7
927.4
331.2
9.0
322.2
297.6
24.6
267.8
180.4
19.4
28.5
32.1
n.a.
22.9
11.1
11.7
22.4

176.2
156.2
933.6
334.0
9.5
324.4
299.0
25.4
269.6
180.1
20.0
28.7
32.3
n.a.
23.1
11.0
11.9
23.0

178.8
155.6
946.4
339.6
9.7
330.0
303.9
26.1
271.8
180.8
20.7
29.8
32.4
n.a.
24.1
11.1
12.0
23.9

180.4
155.5
953.4
344.7
10.1
334.6
308.2
26.4
273.8
181,1
21.3
30.1
32,6
n.a.
24,2
11.2
12,2
22,2

180.7
155.1
955.4
347.1
9.2
337.8
311.6
26.3
274.9
181.2
20.4
30.0
32.8
n.a.
24,4
11.3
12.3
21,2

181.4
154,8
962, 1
350,2
7.0
343,2
316.2
27,0
277.0
181.7
18.3
30.4
32.8
n.a.
24.6
11.4
12.4
23.2

180.3
156.3
969.5
353.1
6.3
346.7
319.7
27.0
278.6
182.2
19.5
30.3
32.9
n.a.
24.5
11.5
12.6
24.4

180,3
158.8
974,5
356.6
6.8
349.9
323.1
26.7
280.2
182.1
19.7
30.1
33.0
n.a.
23.8
11.7
12.6
24.6

177.3
162.2
980.0
359.7
6.7
353.0
326.5
26.5
281.8
182.1
20.7
30.1
33.0
n.a.
23.7
11.9
12.8
24.3

179.6
160.4
967.4
355,1
6,6
348.5
332.6
15.9
284,1
182.6
21.0
30.1
33.1
n.a.
17.6
7.5
12.8
23.3

Not seasonally adjusted
2 15

20 Total loans and securities '

21 U.S. government securities
22 Other securities
23 Total loans and leases2' IS
24 Commercial and industrial153 16
25
Bankers acceptances held . ,
26
Other commercial and industrial
27
U.S. addressees4
28
Non-U.S. addressees4
29 Real estate15
30 Individual
3 1 Security
32 Nonbank financial institutions15 .
33 Agricultural
34 States and political subdivisions .
35 Foreign banks
36 Foreign official institutions15
37 Lease financing receivables
38 All other loans

42



1,254.8 1,251.4 1,256.6 1,265.7 1,276.1 1,288.8 1,286.6 1,292.6 1,305.5 1,315.8 1,321.6 1,317.2
173.9
155.8
925.2
330.4
9.2
321.1
296.7
24.4
264:6
180.6
19.4
29.3
31.5
n.a.
25.1
11.6
11.3
21.4

175.5
155.6
920.2
329.0
8.9
320.1
295.5
24.6
265.7
179.5
18.2
28.9
31.4
n.a.
23.3
11.4
11.8
21.1

176.8
156.7
923.1
331.0
8.9
322.0
297.4
24.6
267.0
178.9
19.1
28.4
31.4
n.a.
22.4
11.1
11.9
22.1

179.5
155.9
930.3
334.6
9.5
325.1
300.1
25.0
268.6
178.8
20.1
28.7
31.7
n.a.
22.4
11.0
11.9
22.6

179.2
156.3
940.6
338.8
9.4
329.4
304.0
25.3
271.2
179.6
20.0
29.5
32.3
n.a.
23.3
11.1
12.0
22.7

182,0
155,2
951.7
343.8
10.2
333.6
308.1
25.5
273.2
180.1
21.8
30.0
32.9
n.a.
23.5
11.2
12.2
22.9

180,2
153.8
952.6
346.1
9.0
337.1
311.0
26.1
274.4
180.0
19.5
29.9
33,3
n.a.
23.9
11,3
12.3
21.9

180.1
154.3
958.2
348.1
6.8
341.2
314.6
26,7
277.0
181.6
18,1
30,5
33.4
n.a.
23.9
11.4
12.4
21.7

179.5
155.5
970.5
352.8
6.3
346.5
319.5
27.0
279.3
183.1
18.9
30.4
33.5
n.a.
25.0
11.5
12,5
23.4

178.5
158.5
978.7
357.5
6.6
350.8
323.7
27.2
281.2
183.4
19.4
30.1
33.5
n.a.
24.5
11.7
12.5
24.3

175.2 178.4
162.5 162.1
983.8 976.7
360.3 357.6
6.6
7.2
353.6 350.4
326.4 333.7
27.3 16.7
282.6 284.9
183.1 184.5
21.6 23.1
30.1 30.3
33.2 32.9
n.a. n.a.
24.1 18.7
11.9
7.5
12.6 12.7
22.8 24.7

14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures

1982
Source

Jan.

Feb.

Mar,

Apr,

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1 Total loans and securities2

18> I9

18 l9

2 U S government securities '
3 Other securities18' 19> 20.
4 Total loans and leases2' l8' 19i2°20
5 Commercial and industrial 3
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial and industrial .
8
US addressees4
9
Non-US addressees4
10 Real estate18- 19>2°
1 1 Individual
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions20
14 Agricultural
15 States and political subdivisions. . . .
16 Foreign banks
17 Foreign official institutions
18 Lease financing receivables
19 All other loans30

1,309.4 1,321.9 1,331.3 1,341.2 1,350.0 1,356.0 1,364.2 1,371.0 1,379.7 1,388.1 1,390.2 1,400.5
181.3
159.5
968.6
357.2
6.3
350,9
338.2
12.7
285.9
182.7
20.8
30,3
33.3
n.a.
15.9
5.9
12.9
23.7

182.8
159,7
979,4
362,5
6.5
356.0
343.0
13.0
288.4
183.3
20.9
30.7
33.6
n.a.
16.5
5.6
13.0
24.9

181.9
161.4
988.0
366.6
6.8
359.9
346.9
13.0
291.1
183.7
21.0
31.5
33.9
n.a.
15,8
5.2
13,0
26,1

184.4 183.6 184.5 186.3 188,9 191.4 194.9 198.1 202.7
161.0 161.6 161.5 161,6 161.3 161.8 162.0 161.6 165.0
995.9 1,004.8 1,010.0 1,016.2 1,020.8 1,026.6 1,031.3 1,030.5 1,032.8
372.2 378.1 381.5 384,9 386.1 390,9 392,8 391.7 391,5
7.0
7.6
7.0
7.2
7.3
6.5
6.4
6.8
7.5
365.2 370.8 374.9 378.4 379.2 383.4 385.2 384.7 384.3
352.1 357.7 361,5 365,4 366.2 370.3 372.7 372.6 372.4
13.2
12.5
12.1
13,1
13.4
13.0
13.0
11.9
13.1
292.8 294,4 296.1 296.5 297.4 298.1 298.7 299.3 299.9
184.3 184,8 185.8 186.1 186.1 186.3 186.5 187.0 188.3
21,2
24.5
21.0
20.7
22.7
23.5
24.8
23.8
22.0
32.1
32.1
31.7
31.5
32.1
32.3
31.6
31.9
31.9
36.2
36.2
36.3
34.2
34.5
36.0
34.9
35,3
35.7
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
14.3
14.4
14.6
14.2
14.3
14.3
14.1
13.8
13.9
6.0
5.9
5.8
5.2
5.3
5.5
5.7
5.8
5.6
13.4
13.4
13.4
13.4
13,1
13.2
13.2
13.3
13.3
27.4
27.1
27.5
26,3
27,1
25.9
27.7
27.1
25.9
Not seasonally adjusted

20 Tbtal loans and securities2

l8 t9

21 U S government securities18' 19
22 Other securities18- 19- 2(t 2 l8 19 20
23 Total loans and leases ' ' ' 20
24
Commercial and industrial 3
25
Bankers acceptances held
26
Other commercial and industrial ,
27
U S addressees4
28
Non-US, 20
addressees4
29 Real estate18'19'
30 Individual
31 Security
32 Nonbank financial institutions20
33 Agricultunil
34 States and political subdivisions . . . .
35 Foreign banks
36 Foreign official institutions
37 Lease financing receivables
38 All other loans20




1,315.5 1,320.2 1,328.2 1,341.1 1,346.3 1,355,8 1,359.1 1,365.9 1,378.7 1,389.6 1,391.7 1,410.3
181.2
160.4
973.9
358.6
6.4
352.2
339.2
13.0
286,4
184.3
21.4
30.3
32.9
n.a.
16.4
5.9
13.0
24.6

183.4
159.9
976.9
362.2
6.5
355.7
342.9
12.8
288.1
183.1
20.5
30.6
33.0
n.a.
16.4
5.6
13.1
24.4

183,2
161.6
983,4
366.2
6.7
359.5
346,9
12.7
290,3
182.2
20.6
31.4
33.1
n.a.
15,5
5.2
13.2
25.5

187.9
160.7
992.5
372.6
7.0
365,7
353,0
12,6
291.8
182.9
21.2
32.2
33.6
n.a.
14,1
5.2
13.2
25,9

192.8 195.4 200.7
184.5 186.5 186.0 187.7 190.2
162.4 161.1 160.1 160.8 160.9 161.5 161.9 166.8
999,5 1,008.2 1,013.0 1,017.4 1,027.6 1,035.4 1,034.5 1,042.8
377.2 380.5 384.0 384.1 390.6 393.6 392.1 394.2
7.5
7.4
6.6
6.3
6.7
7.1
7.8
6.9
370.1 373.8 377.7 377.5 383.2 386.1 385.2 386.4
357,4 360.8 364.6 364.5 370.0 373.3 372.4 373.8
12.7
12.6
12.8
13.2
13.0
13.1
12.9
12.9
293.7 295.6 296.0 297.4 298.9 299.6 300,1 300,6
183.5 184.6 184.8 185.9 187.1 187,8 188.2 190,5
27.2
25.0
24.5
22.6
22.3
20.2
20.9
20.9
32.1
31.7
31.9
31.7
31.7
32.1
32.2
31.9
36,4
36.7
36.4
35.2
34.4
36,0
36.7
36.0
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
15.2
14.6
14.3
14.0
13.8
14.1
13.8
13.8
5.3
5.6
5.8
5.9
6.0
5,8
5,7
5.5
13.3
13.3
13.2
13.3
13.2
13.2
13.3
13.3
27.2
26.7
26.3
26.1
26.8
26.2
28.5
27.9

43

14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures

1983
Source

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov. ! Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1 Total loans and securities2'26 . .

1,411.7 1,419.5 1,432.3 1,443.3 1,453.6 1,466.9 1,481.4 1,495.0 1,506.8 1,520.8 1,539.1 1,553.0

208.8 213.4 220.9 226.0 233.4 238.5 240.7 242.2 246.9 252.9 257.8 260.8
2 U.S. government securities .
167,8 167.8 167.0 168.2 169.0 170.5 171.7 173.4 173.7 172.6 172.7 169.6
3 Other securities23 . 2 23 26
4 Total loans and leases - 1,035.1 1,038.2 1,044.4 1,049.1 1,051.3 1,057.9 1,069.0 1,079.4 1,086.2 1,095.3 1,108.5 1,122.7
24
5 Commercial and industrial 3
392.9 393,8 395.5 394.5 393.2 394.6 397.9 401.2 402.1 405.0 409.6 412.8
7.4
6.2
6
Bankers acceptances held
6.7
6.4
6.3
6.7
6.8
6.4
6.9
6.3
5.9
5.9
7
Other commercial and industrial . 385.5 387.1 388.6 388.2 387.3 388.8 391.4 394.9 395.9 398.4 402.8 406.4
4 23
8
U.S. addressees 373.4 374.6 376.1 375.6 374.7 376.2 379.3 382.7 383.7 386.0 390.6 394,7
12.1
12.2
12.4
12.5
12.6
12.2
11.7
9
Non-US addressees4'25
12.5
12.1
12,2
12.5
12.6
10 Real estate2122 '24
'22
302.0 303.7 304.9 307.0 308.9 311.3 314.6 317,3 320.7 324.1 327.6 331.0
1 1 Individual21188.1 188.3 189.6 190.9 192.6 194.4 197.4 200,2 202.9 206.4 209.7 213.1
12 Security
24.4
23.5
25.4
25.3
25.6
26,6
23.6
24.1
24.5
27.0 26.9
23.9
13 Nonbank financial institutions . ...
30.7
31.5
31.5
30.6
30.8
30.7
31.2
30.9
30.8
30.6
31,0
30.6
36.4
36.7
38.2
38.5
14 Agricultural
37.1
37.6
37.8
38.9
39.2
37.8
38.0
37.5
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
15 States and political subdivisions.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a,
n.a.
14.5
14.4
14.3
14.6
14.4
13.0
16 Foreign banks
15.1
15.2
15.0
15.3
14.6
14.6
17 Foreign official institutions
7.4
7.5
6.7
7.0
7.1
7.3
8.8
9.5
5.8
6.3
7.3
7.9
18 Lease financing 25 26
receivables . . .
13.4
13.4
13,4
13.4
13.5
13.4
13.4
13.6
13.7
13.3
13.3
13.3
26.6
19 All other loans22- 26.5
30.5
27.7
27.3
28.3
28.9
28.3 32,3
30.1
31,5
28.5
Not seasonally adjusted
20 Total loans and securities2 M 2

1,418.3 1,418.0 1,429.5 1,443.9 1,450.9 1,467.7 1,475.9 1,489.4 1,505.0 1,521.3 1,539.6 1,562.8

21 U.S. government securities
208,7 214,2 222,7 230.6 235.0 241.5 240,4 240.7 245.0 250.1 253.9 257.7
22 Other securities23
168.8 168.0 167,2 167.9 169.9 170.1 170.0 172.9 172.8 171.9 172.9 171.5
23 Total loans and leases"3'26 24
1,040.8 1,035.8 1,039.6 1,045.5 1,046.1 1,056.1 1,065,5 1,075.9 1,087.3 1,099.4 1,112.8 1,133.5
24 Commercial and industrial 3
394.5 393.4 395.1 394.8 392.2 393.6 397.1 399.4 402.0 405.8 410.0 415,5
25
Bankers acceptances held
6.5
6.6
7.5
6.7
6.9
6.1
5.8
6.4
6.7
6.1
6.1
6,3
26
Other commercial and industrial . 387.0 386.8 388.4 388.4 386.4 387.5 390.8 393.3 395.8 399.3 403.3 408.6
27
U S addressees4'23 . .4 25
374.7 374.6 376.2 376.4 374.2 375,3 378.6 381.1 383.5 386.5 390.4 396.2
28
Non-U.S. addressees 12.2
12.8
12.3
12.2
12.2
12.2
12.2
12.2
12.0
12.2
12.8
12.5
29 Real estate2122 '24
-22
302.6 303.4 304.1 306.0 308.1 310.8 314.0 317.4 321.6 325.2 328.5 33 L6
30 Individual21'
189.9 188.1 188.1 189.4 191.0 193.1 196.1 200.0 203.8 207.9 211,2 215,7
31 Security
26.4
24.4
28.4
30.1
24.6
24.8
23.0
24.7
23.5
24.0
23.2
24.0
32 Nonbank financial institutions
30.5
31.2
30.6
30.9
30.7
31,4
31.6
30.6
30.6
31.0
31.2
30.6
33 Agricultural
39.1
39.0
38.2
37.5
36.8
36.2
39.0
38,9
38.8
36.0
35.9
38.5
34 States and political subdivisions
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
35 Foreign banks
14.7
15.0
14.6
14.0
14.4
14.5
14,9
14.8
13,8
14.6
14.8
14.8
36 Foreign official institutions
5.8
7.3
7.0
8.8
9.5
7.9
7.5
7.4
7.3
6.3
7.1
6.7
37 Lease financing 2receivables
13.4
13.4
13.3
13.3
13.2
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.7
13.4
13.4
13.4
38 All other loans^ '2526
26.2
27.4
28.2
28.2
30.3
27.9
30.0
30.0
30.0
28.1
26.7
30.1

44



14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
Source

1984
Jan.

Feb.

Mar,

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Seasonally adjusted
1 Total loans and securities"3

1,565.0 1,584.1 1,599.6 1,612.9 1,629.8 1,636.6 1,652.6 1,662.1 1,674.8 1,682.8 1,701.0 1,714.8

2 U.S. government securities27
260.4 260.7 261.0 257.6 257.3 253.7 256.4 257.1 258.0 257.0 259,4 260.2
143.7 142.2 142.3 142.1 140.5 139.7 139.5 140.8 141.9 141.5 141.1 139.9
3 Other securities27
2 27 30
4 Total loans and leases - 1,160.8 1,181.2 1,196.3 1,213.2 1,231.9 1,243.2 1,256.7 1,264.2 1,274.9 1,284.3 1,300.6 1,314.7
27 30
414.1 421.7 432.2 438.5 448.0 452.2 455.0 458.1 460.0 463.0 467.1 468.1
5 Commercial and industrial 3
'
5.4
5,2
6.0
5.2
5.1
5.6
6.2
5.4
5.6
6
Bankers acceptances held
5.8
5.8
5.8
7
Other commercial and industrial . 409.0 416.4 426.6 433.2 442.2 446.3 448.8 452.3 454.6 457.3 461.1 462,9
4 28 2 1
397.2 404.2 414.3 420.8 430.2 434.7 431.2 440.6 443.5 446.7 450.7 453.3
8
U.S. addressees ' - "
12.2
10.3
12.3
11.7
10.6
9.6
9
Non-US. addressees4
11.8
12.4
12.0
11.7
11,1
11.6
27
334.3 338.5 342.9 347.2 350.7 354.7 358,3 361.2 364.7 367.7 371.8 375.6
10 Real estate28 -78'29-30
11 Individual '30
215.2 218.1 221.1 224.9 229.0 233.0 236,3 238.5 241.3 243.5 246.7 251.0
12 Security
30.3
31.5
33.7
30.2
29.5
30.1
28.0
28.8
30.0
29.6
28.5
26,1
31.4
31.4
31.2
13 Nonbank financial institutions27'30...
30.2
31.4
31.2
30.9
30.6
30.6
31.4
30.8
31.1
40.3
40.4
40.5
40.0
40.6
40.7
40.6
39.4
39.7
40.1
40.3
40,6
14 Agricultural
44.0
42.1
35.5
40.4
41.7
41,2
15 States and political subdivisions27..,
33.7
34.6
36.7
37.4
38.7
41.2
11.7
11.5
12.8
13.4
12.7
12.3
12.2
16 Foreign banks
12.8
12.5
12.3
11.7
11.9
8.4
8.5
8.3
9.0
9.4
17 Foreign official institutions
9.1
9.3
8.9
8.9
8.9
8.9
8.9
15.1
15.5
18 Lease financing receivables
13.8
15.3
13.8
14.1
14.5
15.0
13.8
14.0
14.3
14.8
37.4
19 All other loans27-31
28.1
31.4
35.5
29.1
30.6
31.6
27.8
30.1
29.8
28.9
30.9
Not seasonally adjusted
20 Total loans and securities2 3

1,572.1 1,582.5 1,596.5 1,613.7 1,626.6 1,637.6 1,646.7 1,656.1 1,673.2 1,684.0 1,701.9 1,725.8

21 U.S. government securities27
22 Other securities27
23 Total loans and leases2'27-30 27 30
24 Commercial and industrial 3' . . . .
25
Bankers acceptances held
26
Other commercial 28 29 31
and industrial
27
U.S. addressees4' - ' 4
28
Non-US, addressees
27
29 Real estate28 28-29-30
30 Individual °
31 Security
32 Nonbank financial institutions27'30..
33 Agricultural
34 States and political sutxlivisions27..
35 Foreign banks
36 Foreign official institutions
37 Lease financing receivables
38 All other loans2731

260.4 261.6 263.1 263.0 259.4 257.2 256.2 255.5 255.7 254.1 255.2 256,9
142.4 142.5 141.8 141.1 139.4 138.2 140.4 141.3 140.9 141.2 141.5
144.6
1,167.2 1,178.5 1,190.9 1,208.9 1,226.1 1,241.0 1,252.4 1,260.2 1,276.2 1,289.0 1,305.5 1,327.4
415.7 421.3 431.8 438.7 446.8 450.9 454.3 456.1 459,9 463.8 467.3 471.2
5.7
5.5
5.9
6.0
5.3
5.3
5.3
6.0
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.3
410.5 416.0 426.3 433.4 441.0 444.8 448,2 450.4 454.6 458.3 461.4 465.5
398.6 404.3 414.4 421.7 429.5 433.5 436.5 438.8 443.3 447.2 450.5 455.0
10.5
11.1
11.0
11.3
11.7
11.8
11.6
11.3
11.7
11.7
11.9
11.6
334.9 338.1 341.9 346.0 349.8 354.1 357.7 361,4 365.8 368.9 372.8 376.2
242.3 245.3 248.4 254.2
217.3 217.8 219.3 222.9 227.2 231.3 234.7 238.3
30.2
35.2
31.7
25.4
32.7
27.7
26.6
29.0
28.5
29.5
30.7
28.9
31.5
31.0
31.4
30.4
31.3
31.4
30.2
30,9
31.2
30.7
30.9
31.1
41.2
40.6
40.0
41.5
41.4
41.4
40.9
40.2
39.4
38.9
38.8
39.0
41.2
42.1
41.2
44.0
41.7
40.4
38.7
37.4
36.7
34.6
33.7
35.5
12.2
12.2
13.4
12.0
12.3
13.1
11.9
11.8
12.0
12.3
11.9
12.6
8.4
8.5
8.3
9.4
8.9
9.3
8.9
8.9
9.0
8.9
9.1
8.9
15.5
15.1 . 15.1
14.7
14.9
14.4
14.1
14.0
14.3
14.0
13.9
13.9
39.3
31.8
35.6
30,3
28.3
30.3
30.0
28.5
29.1
29,5
29.7
29,7




45

15. Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks1
Monthly averages, billions of dollars

1973

1972

Source

Jan.

Feb.

26.1
25 7

25.8
26 1

26.0
264

172
16.8

169
17,2

18.1
18.5

8.9

8.9

1.9
6
2.5

Apr.

May

June

July

27.5
27 2

27.7
27 0

31.4
31 0

32.2
32 5

35.1
35.9

37.8
37 1

39.2
38.6

40.0
39.4

41,2 40.5
43.3 40.1

20 8
20.5

206
19.9

23.6
23.2

242
24.4

27.0
27.8

29,7
29.0

31.9
31.3

33.0
32.4

33.6
35.7

33.3
32.9

7.9

6.7

7.1

7.8

8.0

8.1

8.1

7.4

7.0

7,6

7.2

1.8
7
2.5

1.7
5
2.2

1.6
1i
2.7

1.6
8
24

1.7
9
2.6

1.8
8
2,6

2.0
1.1
3.1

2.1
11
3.2

1.6
1.1
2,7

1.2
1.4
2.6

1.4
13
2.7

1.3
1.4
2.7

7.0
2.7
97

71
2.8
98

6.2
3.0
92

51
3.3
84

55
2.8
83

61
2.8
89

62
3.3
95

6.1
3.5
9,6

60
3.2
92

5.8
3.3
9.1

5.8
4.0
9.8

6.2
3.9
10.1

5.9
4.0
9.9

6.4
61

7.3
65

7.9
78

7.8
77

7.4
74

7.3
76

8,5
87

10.0
10.3

10.3
107

11.4
11.6

12.7
12.7

12.0
12.8

12.3
11.6

72
7.4

75
8.1

87
9.9

95
10.4

81
8,3

70
8.7

70
7.1

6.7
6.5

52
4,1

5.4
5.3

6.8
6.0

5.6
4.3

6.0
6.3

86.8
86.8

87.4
88.6

Dec.

Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted2
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs, and other 3
borrowings from nonbanks
3 Seasonally adjusted
4 Not seasonally adjusted
5 Net balances due to foreign-related
institutions, not seasonally
adjusted

1
2

MEMO
6 Domestically chartered banks' net
positions with own foreign
branches, not seasonally
adjusted4
7 Gross due from balances
8 Gross due to balances
9 Foreign-related institutions* net
positions with directly related
institutions, not seasonally
adjusted s
10 Gross due from balances
1 1 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
12 Seasonally adjusted6
13 Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances7
14 Seasonally adjusted . . .
15 Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more8
16 Seasonally adjusted
17 Not seasonally adjusted

Mar.

93.4 101.4
93.1 100,9

Aug. Sept. ; Oct. | Nov. Dec.

105,9 108.5 110.2 114.7 120.7 125.9 127.7 127.6 128.0
105.0 108.6 108.6 112.8 122.0 128.1 129.2 126.7 128.1
1974

Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted2
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs. and other borrowings
from nonbanks5
3 Seasonally adjusted
4 Not seasonally adjusted
5 Net balances due to foreign-related
institutions, not seasonally adjusted . . .
1
2

MEMO
6 Domestically chartered banks' net positions
with own foreign branches, not
seasonally adjusted4
7 Gross due from balances
8 Gross due to balances . .
9 Foreign-related institutions' net positions
with directly related institutions, not
seasonally adjusted5
10 Gross due from balances
1 1 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
12 Seasonally adjusted6
13 Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances7
14 Seasonally adjusted
15 Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more8
16 Seasonally adjusted
17 Not seasonally adjusted

46



397
40 1

40,9
41 5

45 1
44 5

43 7
42 8

48 2
47 7

47 2
47 5

50.4
51.3

51.8
51 0

51.2
50.5

49,1
48.5

45.5 43.2
47.7 42.9

32.5
33 0

32.7
33.4

36.3
35 6

34.3
334

38.3
37 8

38.1
38 3

40.5
41.4

41.1
40.3

40.5
39.8

39.6
38.9

35.7
37.8

34.4
34.1

7.2

8.1

8.9

9.4

9.9

9.1

9.9

10.7

10.7

9.6

9,8

8.8

12
1,8
30

1.6
1.6
32

18
2.0
38

21
2.4
45

27
2.9
56

22
2.2
44

3.3
1.6
4.9

30
2.2
52

2.6
2.4
5.0

1.2
2.8
4.0

1,3
2.4
3.7

0.9
3.7
4.6

6.0
4.4
10.4

6,5
4.5
11.0

7.1
4.3
11.3

7.3
4.3
11.6

7.2
4.2
11.5

6.9
5.2
12.1

6.6
6.2
12.8

7.7
5.5
13.2

8.1
5.3
13.4

8.4
5.2
13.6

8.5
4.8
13.3

7.9
5.6
13.5

12.8
11.4

13.2
13.1

14.1
13.9

13.6
13.3

13.9
14.3

14.9
15.1

14.4
14.9

14.9
15.5

14.8
15.4

14.1
14.2

14.1
14.9

13.2
12.5

7.5
8,0

6.0
6.6

5.9
6.4

5.7
6.0

6.5
7.6

5.8
6.1

5.7
5.4

5.3
4.0

5.4
5.5

4.2
3.7

4.1
3.4

4.5
4,9

130.7 134.5 134.9 143.0 149.5 154.6 159.5 162.3 163.5 165.0 165.2 169.6
132.1 133.8 134.4 142.0 149,5 152.7 157.2 163.7 165.8 166.6 164.4 170.2

15. Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks1—Continued
Monthly averages, billions of dollars

1975
Source
Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted2
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs. and other borrowings
from nonbanks*
3 Seasonally adjusted
4 Not seasonally adjusted
5 Net balances due to foreign-related
institutions not seasonally adjusted
1
2

MEMO
6 Domestically chartered banks' net positions
with own foreign branches, not
seasonally adjusted4
7 Gross due from balances
8 Gross due to balances
9 Foreign-related institutions' net positions
with directly related institutions, not
seasonally adjusted5
10 Gross due irom balances
1 1 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
12 Seasonally adjusted6 .
13 Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances7
14 Seasonally adjusted
15 Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $103,000 or more8
16 Seasonally adjusted
17 Not seasonally adjusted

Nov.

367
36.2

37 3
36.9

36 8
38.3

37.6
37.4

31.2
30.8

31.5
31 1

31.7
31 3

31.3
32 9

32.4
32 1

4.0

60

51

56

55

53

-2 9
6.5
3.5

-3 9
7.8
3.8

-2 2
6.4
4.1

-2 8 -1 4
6.2
6.8
39
47

-1 4
6.3
48

-2 0
7.5
54

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

37.5
37.8

34.9
34.2

36.8
36.3

38.0
37.6

35.8
36.0

36.6
37.3

37.2
36.8

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

72

58

52

59

52

39

0 -12 -19 -1 3
4.3
4.7
4,5
30
2.7
3,1

-1 7
5,9
41

Feb.

39.8

402

3.6
35

Dec.

Oct.

j Mar.

Jan.

7.3
61
13.4

7.1
54
12.5

7.2
5.6
12.8

7.3
63
13.6

7.0
64
13.3

6.9
63
13.2

8.0
6.5
14.4

8.3
71
15.4

8.0
72
15.2

7.1
71
14.2

7.0
76
14.6

7.4
80
15.4

12 4
11.4

13 3
12.8

13 0
12.7

13 3
13.1

12 7
13.7

13 2
13.1

13 8
13.7

13 3
13.5

14 6
15 1

146
14,3

14 3
14.7

12 6
13.0

3.7

3.1
3.3

3.5
3.8

3.8
4.0

3.8
4,1

3.8
4.2

3.7
3.4

3.6
2.7

37
3.9

3,8
3.4

40
3.5

3.7
4.1

4.0

172.8 171.8 169.2
174 3 171 1 168.7

165.9
165.0

164.1
164.0

161.8
160,2

159.2
157,2

156.5
157.3

157.3 159.5 160.1 159.1
158 6 160 3 159 8 160,4

1976
1
2
3
4
5

Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted2
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs, and other borrowings
from nonbanks
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Net balances due to foreign-related
institutions not seasonally adjusted

MEMO
6 Domestically chartered banks' net positions
with own foreign branches, not
seasonally adjusted4
7 Gross due from balances
8 Gross due to balances
9 Foreign-related institutions' net positions
with directly related institutions, not
seasonally adjusted5
10 Gross due Prom balances
1 1 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
12 Seasonally adjusted6
13 Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances7
14 Seasonally adjusted
15 Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $1(X),000 or more8
16 Seasonally adjusted
17 Not seasonally adjusted




36 5
36.7

37 1
37.3

35 7
34.9

39 8
39.7

43 2
43.0

40 5
40.4

41 4
42.0

43 9
43.7

44 2
43.9

47 5
47.4

49 7
51.4

51 1
50.7

33 2

334

33 4
33 6

31 8
31 0

35 6
35 4

39 2
389

35 8
35.8

37 0
37.6

41 5
41.3

40 6
403

43 5
43 4

44 6
46 3

47 4
47 1

33

37

39

43

40

4.7

44

25

35

40

51

36

-3 2
78
4.5

-34
8.6
5.1

-3 8 -3.2
9.2
9.0
5.7
5.3

-3 3
9.4
6.0

-5.2
11.9
6.6

-5 1
11,3
6.1

-4 8
12,0
7.1

-3 6
10,6
6,9

-5 9
12.8
6.8

6.6
7.9
14.5

7.2
7.4
14.6

7.6
7.5
15.1

7.5
7,5
15.0

7.9
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

8.9
8.1
16.9

8.8
8.1
16.9

9.6
8.6
18.2

14.6
13.5

15.3
14.8

15.8
15.4

16.8
16.5

18.7
20.0

18.6
18,5

18.6
18.4

22.1
22.4

20.5
21.2

20,4
19.9

21.5
22.0

22.7
23.4

3.5
3.8

4.4
4.5

3.8
3.9

3.6
3.9

3.8
3.8

4,2
4.8

3.8
3.5

4.8
3.7

4.6
5.0

4.5
4.0

4.6
4.1

3.9
4.4

155.6
157.1

151.4
151.3

-36 -3 1
8.1
9.3
5.6
4.9

150.7 149.4
151.0 148.7

145.6 149.2
145.1 147,7

149.7
147.7

144.5
144.5

141.8
142.0

139.5
139.7

137.5
137.8

138.1
140,0

47

15. Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks1—Continued
Monthly averages, billions of dollars

Source
Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted2
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs. and other borrowings
from nonbanks
3 Seasonally adjusted
4 Not seasonally adjusted
5 Net balances due to foreign-related
institutions, not seasonally adjusted

1
2

MEMO
6 Domestically chartered banks' net positions
with own foreign branches, not
seasonally adjusted4
7 Gross due from balances
8 Gross due to balances
9 Foreign-related institutions' net positions
with directly related institutions, not
seasonally adjusted5
10 Gross due from balances
1 1 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
12 Seasonally adjusted6
13 Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances7
14 Seasonally adjusted
15 Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more8
16 Seasonally adjusted
17 Not seasonally adjusted

1977
Nov. j Dec,

Mar.

Apr.

May

June J July ; Aug. j_Sept. ] Oct.

52 0
52 1

51 5
50.3

492
49 3

54 0
53 8

51 6
51 2

52.8
53.1

546
54.9

55 8
55.7

570
57.3

55,9
57.5

55.8
55.4

44.9
44 9

47 8
47 9

49.7
48 4

49.0
49 1

54.8
546

51.7
51 4

53.2
53 4

54.6
549

54.0
53 9

54.2
54 5

55.9
57.5

57.4
57.0

3.3

4.3

1.9

.2

- .7 - .1 - .2

.0

1.8

2.8

.0

Jan.

Feb.

482
482

-5 3 -4 0 -7 6 -8 8
11 1
9 7 13 3 144
57
56
5.6
5.5

-1.5

-9 2 -10 1 -10 1 -92 -84 -84 -106 -124
15 3 169
17.1 16.3 163 17 3 19.4 21.1
8.7
7.8
7.0
8.6
8.8
6.0
6.7
6.9

87
92
17 8

84
82
166

96
7.4
17,0

91
71
16,2

85
69
15.5

100
77
17.7

99
8.5
183

93
8.7
17.9

103
9.2
19.5

11 3
9.4
20.8

10.7
9.3
20.0

109
10.7
21.7

22 7
21 3

22 7
22 0

23.8
234

23 8
23 3

25 3
27 0

26 0
25 8

26.5
26 2

27.4
27 9

27.6
284

28.4
27 8

29.9
30.5

29.6
30 5

36
39

40
42

44
4.3

52
54

38
36

43
50

39
3.6

43
3.4

44
5.0

41
3.7

4.0
3.5

4.5
5.1

137.4 137 2 136.9 136.5 137 7 141 8 144.4 146.3 148.2 152.8 157.7
138 8 137 7 137 6 135 9 137 1 140 2 142 1 145 6 147 6 1524 158.5

162,3
165.3

1978
1
2
3
4
5

Total nondeposit funds2
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs.3 and other borrowings
from nonbanks
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Net balances due to foreign-related
institutions, not seasonally adjusted

55 2
55 0

57 5
57 2

58 5
569

61 4
61 7

695
694

68 7
680

71 1
71.1

734
740

73 2
734

807
81 5

82.1
83.5

83 1
83.0

57 5
57 3

599
59 6

62,3
60 8

61.9
622

694
69 2
1

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

1,3

3.0

2.2

4.3

7.0

8.1

6,8

-2.2

-2.3

-3.8

-.4

MEMO
6 Domestically chartered banks' net positions
with own foreign branches, not
seasonally adjusted4
-13 5 -13 1 -14 8 -11 0 -11 6 -11 7 -94 -104 -102 -9 8 -97 - 10 1
22 3 22 7 23.1 190 19 6 20 6 18.4 19.6 20.0 21 3 22.8 24.9
7 Gross due from balances
14 7
8 Gross due to balances
79
88
89
82
87
95
9 7 11 4 13.0
91
79
9 Foreign-related institutions' net positions
with directly related institutions, not
seasonally adjusted5
11 3 10 8 11 0 10 6 11 8 13 1 12 5 12 7 14 6 169 17 9 170
10 Gross due from balances
14.3
11.6 11 1 12.2 12.5 11 8 122 12.1 11.5 12,9 14 3 13.8
1 1 Gross due to balances
23.0 21.9 23.2 23.1 23.6 25.3 24,5 24.2 27.5 31.2 31.7 31.3
Security RP borrowings
12 Seasonally adjusted6
30.8 31.1 32.2 32.3 31.2 299 31.2 32.8 32.6 35.5 37.6 40.0
13 Not seasonally adjusted
29 3 30 3 31.8 31,4 32 8 29 8 31.0 33.5 332 34.9 38.2 40.8
U.S. Treasury demand balances7
14 Seasonally adjusted
44
44
44
38
42
99
54
46
54
94
50
49
62
44
62
15 Not seasonally adjusted
35
48
8,3 10 3
40
43
43
43
50
Time deposits, $100,000 or more8
16 Seasonally adjusted
, 165,8 169 6 175.1 180.0 185.6 189.9 194.3 197.3 200.1 202.0 210.2 213.9
17 Not seasonally adjusted
167 9 1709 176.9 1794 184 8 187 2 190.6 195.6 198 6 201 1 211.7 218.3

48



15. Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks1—Continued
Monthly averages, billions of dollars

Source

1
2
3
4
5

Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted2
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs. and other borrowings
from nonbanks
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Net balances due to foreign-related
institutions not seasonally adjusted . . . .

MEMO
6 Domestically chartered banks' net positions
with own foreign branches, not
seasonally adjusted4
7 Gross due from balances
8 Gross due to balances
9 Foreign-related institutions' net positions
with directly related institutions, not
seasonally adjusted5
10 Gross due from balances
1 1 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
12 Seasonally adjusted6 . .
13 Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances7
14 Seasonally adjusted
15 Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more8
16 Seasonally adjusted
17 Not seasonally adjusted

1979

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

77 6
77 7

91 1
90 1

97 4
95 6

994 110 3 113 1 118 8 125 5 128 7 1266 123 6 117 1
99 8 110 1 112 1 118 4 126 8 129 3 1282 124 8 117 1

71 3
71.4

79.0
78.0

80 1
78.3

79 6
80.0

869
86.7

860
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 4

-100
24.6
14.5

-6 2
23.3
17.0

-3 4
22 5
19.0

-9
21 9
20.8

27
19 5
22.2

53
20 1
25.4

56
203
25.9

82
194
27.7

10 5
21 7
32,2

91
22 0
31.1

11 4
21 6
33.0

69
22 9
29,7

164
15.4
31 8

18 4
15.0
33 3

20 8
15.3
360

20 8
15.7
36 5

20 6
15.9
36 6

21 8
17.6
39 3

22 9
17 6
40 5

249
162
41 1

25 0
23 4
48 3

25 4
25.7
51 1

23 3
26.5
497

21 6
28.9
505

41 9
40.7

43 2
42.2

44 4
44.1

47 0
45.7

47 8
49.6

50 6
503

49 0
48 7

47 9
492

51 4
51 9

507
50 1

44 5
45 0

43 5
44 1

10.5
12.0

1.1
8.4

7.0
6.5

54
53

79
84

98
108

14 2
13 2

11 8
98

107
12 5

98
11 7

85
56

107
97

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

217 7 219.2 218 7 2167 214 6 212 2 2140 2163 222 5 227 9 229 1 229 5
2205 221 5 221 4 216 3 213 8 208 9 209 7 214 1 220 6 226 6 230 6 234 1
19 80

1
2
3
4
5

Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted2
120 9 127 0 131 3 119 4 123 5 115 3 117 0 108 7 111 6
121 0 125 4 1294 120 1 122 8 113 9 116 3 110 5 112 2
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs. and other borrowings
from nonbanks
Seasonally adjusted
92.8 97.6 98.5 92.5 100.5 100.8 106.1 98.4 102.7
92.9 96 1 96 6 93 2 99 8 994 105 4 1002 103 4
Not seasonally adjusted
Net balances due to foreign-related
institutions not seasonally adjusted . . . . 28.1 29.4 32.8 269 23 0 146 109 10 3
88

MEMO
6 Domestically chartered banks' net positions
with own foreign branches, not
seasonally adjusted4
7 Gross due from balances
.. .
8 Gross due to balances
9 Foreign-related institutions' net positions
with directly related institutions, not
seasonally adjusted5
10 Gross due from balances
1 1 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
12 Seasonally adjusted6
13 Not seasonally adjusted
.,.
U.S. Treasury demand balances7
14 Seasonally adjusted
15 Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more8
17

Not seasonally adjusted




117 3 115 7 114 8
1194 118 7 117 7

106.0 107.2 106.5
1080 110 1 1094
11 3

85

83

-8 3 -102 -14 4 -12 9 -14 5 -14 5
32 7 35 8 38 2 38 3 37 6 37 6
24.3 25.5 23.7 25.3 23.1 23.0

6.0
229
28.9

6.6
23 3
29.9

93
23 6
33.0

59
24 5
30.4

2 6 -5 3
27 4 30 1
30.0 24.7

22.1
29 7
51.7

22.8
305
53.2

23 5
32 0
55.4

209
284
49.4

205
284
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

41 9
41 6

39 5
38 5

38 4
39 2

42 1
42 1

46 8
46 6

48 8
49 9

49 4
49 6

50 6
50 1

505
50 9

51 6
52 0

11 0
12 7

10 8
11 7

82
78

91
90

81
85

93
100

97
91

10 8
90

12 1
13 8

10 2
12 6

10 3
67

10 2
91

231.3 235.1 237.8 2405 243.3 2405 236.6 237 4 242 7 248.1 257.0 268.5
234 .1 238.0 2409 240 1 242 3 237 0 2322 235 3 241 1 247 0 258 3 272 9

49

15. Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks1—Continued
Monthly averages, billions of dollars
1981

Source
Total nondeposit funds2
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs, and other borrowings
from nonbanks
3 Seasonally adjusted
4 Not seasonally adjusted
5 Net balances due to foreign-related
institutions, not seasonally adjusted
1
2

MEMO
6 Domestically chartered banks' net positions
with own foreign branches, not
seasonally adjusted4
7 Gross due from balances
8 Gross due to balances . . .
9 Foreign-related institutions' net positions
with directly related institutions, not
seasonally adjusted5
10 Gross due from balances
1 1 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
12 Seasonally adjusted6
13 Not seasonally adjusted . 7
US. Treasury demand balances
14 Seasonally adjusted
15 Not seasonally adjusted .
. . .
Time deposits, $100,000 or more8
16 Seasonally adjusted
17 Not seasonally adjusted .

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

I
1
I
Sept. j Oct. j Nov. Dec.

116 7 115 6 110 8 1044 114 4 116 1 115 7 117 0 116 6 111 6 113 9
118 8 117 6 113 0 105 8 1179 118.6 117,7 1205 118 9 113 7 117.1

1084 107 3 107.3
110.5 109.3 109.4
8.3

8.3

3.5

105 1 105,8
106.5 109.3

-0.6

8.6

-16.1 -14.6 -16.9 -21.2 -13,5
37.5 36.3 38.8 43.0 43.4
21 2 21 6 21 8 21 7 29 8

110.2 109.5
112.7 111.5

106.6
110.1

107,4
109.6

106.7
108.8

6.2

10.3

9.3

4,9

5,9

110.1
113.4

92 6
95.3

110.8
113.5

3.8 -18.1

-14.5 -14.5 -10.1 -12.2 -15,3 -14.8
42.5 45.0 43.7 44.5 45.5 47.9
27.8 30.4 33 5 32 2 30 1 32.9

-22.4
54.9
32,4

24.5
31 5
560

23.0
31 8
54 8

20.5
31 9
524

20.6
340
54 6

22.2
35 6
57 9

20.5
36 8
57 4

20.9
37,3
58 1

20.6
37 9
584

21.6
39 9
61 5

20.3
38 2
58 4

18.7
39 1
57 8

4.3
48 1
52 4

54 8
54 5

54 4
53 9

54 3
540

54 9
53.8

54 5
55.5

58 4
58.5

57 5
57.0

56 0
57 0

56 3
56 1

55 8
55,4

57 2
57.9

59 0
59.2

69
7.9

73
8.2

10 5
10.3

11 9
12.1

11.9
12.3

12.1
12.4

11.4
10.5

89
7.3

95
10.7

10.4
13.2

15.0
9.6

12.8
11.1

280.1 285.0 283.6 285.4 295.8 302.2 309.7 317.2 321.8 324.1 324,1 326,5
283 0 288 1 286 8 284 8 294 5 298.6 305.0 315 3 320 6 323 1 325,0 310.6

IBF ADJUSTMENTS FOR SELECTED ITEMS9
18
19
20
21
22

22.4
17
20.7
3.1
17.6

Items 1 and 2
Items 3 and 4
Item 5
Item 6
Item 9
1982

1
2
3
4
5

Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted2 . . . .
81 5 82 0 806 802 80 2
82.8 81.9 83.8
Not seasonally adjusted
83.8 84.4
Federal funds, RPs. and other borrowings
from nonbanks
Seasonally adjusted
1107 110,4 113.1 112.6 114.0
Not seasonally adjusted .
113 1 112 7 115 2 114 3 1177
Net balances due to foreign-related
institutions, not seasonally adjusted . . . . -29.2 -28.2 -32.4 -32.3 -33.8

MEMO
6 Domestically chartered banks1 net positions
with own foreign branches, not
seasonally adjusted4 . . . .
7 Gross due from balances
8 Gross due to balances
9 Foreign-related institutions' net positions
with directly related institutions, not
seasonally adjusted5 . .
10 Gross due from balances
1 1 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
12 Seasonally adjusted6 . . . .
13 Not seasonally adjusted . 7
U.S. Treasury demand balances
14 Seasonally adjusted
15 Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more8
16 Seasonally adjusted
17 Not seasonally adjusted .

82.0
84.7

78.7
80.1

76 3
79.4

73 9
75.7

75.3
77.3

77.5
81.3

72,1
74.7

114.3 115.8 117.5 119.6 123.3 122.3 119.8
1170 117 2 1205 121 4 125 2 126 1 122 4
-32.2 -37.0

-41.0

-45.6

-47.8

-44.7

-47.6

-27 0 -25 8 -28 7 -29 7 -29 8 -29 1 -32.9 -34 3 -38 6 -40 3 -38.3 --39.5
55 1 55 0 56 7 57 4 58 1 57 7 60 6 65 1 68 5 69 8 69 9 72 2
28 0 29 1 27 9 27 6 28 3 28 5 27 6 30 6 29 8 29 4 31 5 12 6
-2 1
50.0
47.8

-2 3
50.5
48.1

-3 6
50.0
46.3

-2 6
49.2
46.5

-39
49.5
45.5

-30
50.3
47.2

-40
52.7
48.6

-6 6
53.6
46.9

-68
54.2
47.2

-74
53.9
46.4

-64
53.5
47.1

-80
54.6
46.6

599
59 8

59 6
59 4

61 3
60 9

61 5
607

58 3
59 4

57 4
57 6

58.8
57 7

62 8
63 4

63 4
62 7

66 4
65 8

64 9
66 3

63 6
63 7

12.4
14.4

17.6
19.9

15.0
15.4

13.0
13.7

15.2
15.3

11.1
10.7

8.8
8.2

10,2
81

11.1
12 3

12.5
16 4

12.4
78

13.0
10.8

328 5 333 1 334 9 337 5 342 3 347 9 354 8 3604 362 2 365 8 361 9 351 4
331 0 335 7 337 8 336 1 340 4 345 1 351 1 359 7 362 1 365 6 362 4 354 6

IBF ADJUSTMENTS FOR SELECTED ITEMS*
18
19
20
21
22

50

Items 1 and 2
Items 3 and 4
Item 5
Item 6
Item 9




29 6
24
27 2
48
22 5

304
24
28 0
49
23 1

31 2
24
28 4
49
23 6

31 4
24
29 0
50
240

31 7
24
29 3
50
24 3

32 0
24
29 6
50
24 6

32.2
24
29 8
51
24.7

32 5
24
30 1
53
24 9

32 8
24
30 4

53
25 0

33 1
24
30 7

54
25 3

33 3
24
30 9

53
25 4

33 9
24
315

58
25 7

15. Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks1—Continued
Monthly averages, billions of dollars
Source

1983

Jan. | Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug. 1 Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Total nondeposit funds
61 6 66 4 67 5 69 8 77 9 78 1 709 75 6 77 3 72 8 860 91.0
Seasonally adjusted2
64.1
69.0 69 8 72 1 82 2 807 71.2 78.3 78.3 74.7 90.8 93.5
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs. and other borrowings
from nonbanks
123.2 127.9 129.8 132.3 135.8 133.5 130.0 127.9 129.2 129.2 133.5 134.3
3 Seasonally adjusted
125.7 130.5 132 1 134 7 140 1 1360 1304 130,6 130.2 131.0 138.2 136.8
4 Not seasonally adjusted
5 Net balances due to foreign- related
-51.8 -56.3 -47.3 -43.2
-61.4 -62 2 -624 -57 8 -55 3 -590 -52.2
institutions not seasonally adjusted . . . . -61.5
1
2

MEMO
6 Domestically chartered banks' net positions
with own foreign branches, not
seasonally adjusted4
7 Gross due from balances
8 Gross due to balances
9 Foreign-related institutions' net positions
with directly related institutions, not
seasonally adjusted5
10 Gross due from balances
1 1 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
12 Seasonally adjusted6
13 Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances7
14 Seasonally adjusted
15 Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more8
16 Seasonally adjusted
17 Not seasonally adjusted

-49.9
79 2
29.2

-50.4 -52.7 -52.6 -48.6 -49.1 -50.8 -45.2 -46.2 -48.4 -42.9 -39.7
78 9 79 7 80 3 76 3 75 8 774 73 6 74 7 764 76.5 75.3
28.4 26 8 27 6 27 6 26.6 26.5 28.3 28.3 27.9 33.6 35.5

-11.5
57.0
45.3

-10.9
55.4
44.4

-9.4
56 2
46.7

-9.7
55 9
46.1

64 8
64.8

67 7
67.9

70 0
69 8

72 5
724

75 2
77.0

74 8
74.8

13.8
16 3

8.6
10 2

12,3
13 2

13.4
14 2

12.7
12 5

14.5
13 2

-6.9
-6.1
-8.1
-9.1
55 8 540 55 3 54 0
46.6 47.8 47.1 47.0

-5.5
54.0
48.5

-7.7
56.1
48.3

-4.4
53.9
49.4

-3.4
54,6
51.1

73 5
71.4

71 9
72.2

73 7
72.2

74 6
73.9

76,5
78.8

79.1
79.1

23.8
21 8

20.9
164

16.3
179

18.3
247

12.0
7,5

13.5
10.8

324 0 309 6 299 5 295 1 287 4 285 8 2840 284 8 285 1 281.1 284.1 287.7
325.7 310.8 301 1 293.4 285.6 284.3 282.2 285.3 285.6 281.3 284.2 289.5
19 84

1
2
3
4
5

Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted2
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs, and other borrowings
from nonbanks*
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Net balances due to foreign-related
institutions not seasonally adjusted

MEMO
6 Domestically chartered banks* net positions
with own foreign branches, not
seasonally adjusted4
7 Gross due from balances
8 Gross due to balances
9 Foreign-related institutions' net positions
with directly related institutions, not
seasonally adjusted5
10 Gross due from balances
1 1 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings
12 Seasonally adjusted6
13 Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances7
14 Seasonally adjusted
15 Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more8
16 Seasonally adjusted
17 Not seasonally adjusted




88.0
90.4

93.9 98 9 102 1 109 1 994 100.3
96.9 101 3 105.0 113.8 101.8 99.9

103.5
105.7

106.5 107.9 112.0 108.6
107.0 109.6 117.5 111.1

132.2 135.5 135 8 135 7 1374 133.2 134.5 139.3 141.6 141.4 145.0 140.5
134 6 138 5 138 1 138 7 142 1 135 7 134 0 141 5 142 1 143.1 150.5 143.1
-44 l -41 5 -36 8 -33 5 -28 2 -33 8 -34 1 -35.7

-35.0 -33.4

-38.7
-37.6 -34 8 -33 1 -29 8 -32.8 -33.0 -34.9
73.3 72.2 73.8 73.6 73.5 73.8 71.2 72.8
34 5 34.5 38 9 404 43 6 40.9 38.1 37.7

-35.1 -34.1 -32.7 -31.4
71.5 69.8 68.3 69.0
36.3 35.6 35.6 37.6

-53 -38 -1 8
54 0 513 502
48.6 47.3 48.3

-33.1

-32.0

-3
49 6
49.2

16
49 7
51.2

- 8 -1 0
50 7 51 9
49.7 50.8

- 7
51 6
50.8

1
51 7
51.8

.7
50 8
51.5

-.4
50.7
50.4

-.6
52.0
51.4

78.9
78.9

80.2
80.7

80 1
79 9

80.9
81 3

79.6
81 9

76.1
76,0

77.5
74.6

79.9
79.6

81.4
79.4

82.0
81.2

84.0
87.0

81,1
81.1

16 0
19.6

187
22.3

16 1
17.5

15 6
16.5

13 4
12.8

14 1
12.4

12 8
11.9

13 1
10.3

160
17.5

80
11.0

17.3
10.4

16.1
12.5

287.3 286.3 289 3 292 2 302 2 309.9 314.8 314.2
288 4 286 5 290 1 290 1 3002 3090 313 7 315.6

315.4 321.4 323.0 325.8
316.8 322.2 322.9 327.3

51

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series
A. All commercial banking institutions1
Billions of dollars

Jan.

Feb.

Mar

Apr.

May

1973
r
June 1 July

577.1

583.1

593,0

599.5

607,6

615,9

620.8

626.8

633.8

638.2

642.5

658.6

90.0
93 0

85 3
94 1

85.3
94 5

84.8
95 0

82 8
96 3

82.6
96 5

81.5
97 6

80.2
99 1

81.2
99.8

83.4
100.8

86.8
98.6

88,9
99.7

394 1

403 8

413 2

419 6

4285

436 8

441 6

447.5

452.8

454,0

457.1

470.0

139.5
99 6
874
67.6

144,7
1009
88 3
699

150.1
102.5
89 3
71.3

152.7
104 1
90 8
720

155.2
106 1
92 5
747

158.8
107.9
93 8
76.4

160,9
109,9
95 1
75.7

161.5
111.9
970
77.1

163.6
113.8
97 5
77.8

162.8
115.4
98 4
77.4

164.3
116.8
99 0
77,0

167.9
117.8
99 3
85.0

9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank
1 1 Cash in vault
12 Cash items in process
of collection
13 Due from banks
14 Other assets and
interbank loans . . . .

101.1

104.3

95.0

95.7

99 9

97.0

99.4

95 1

103.5

115.7

107,8

100.6

26.4
88

27.3
88

27.1
89

26.0
91

24.3
94

24.9
96

27.8
95

28.1
98

31.3
97

32.1
96

29.7
10 5

25.2
10 5

35 6
30.2

366
31.6

30 9
28.0

32 2
28.4

36 1
30.0

32 0
30.5

33 0
29,0

300
27.2

33 1
29.5

39 9
34,1

35 8
31.8

14 9
30.0

56.8

62.0

61.1

63.3

64.2

64.7

64,8

66.3

65.1

71.1

71.8

76.9

15 Total assets

735.0

749.5

749.0

758.5

771.7

777.6

784.9

788.2

802.4

824.9

822.1

836.1

16 Total deposits
17 Demand deposits
18 Time and savings
deposits
19 Borrowings
20 Other liabilities . ,
21 Residual

596.5
273.0

605 1
273.2

602,8
262.2

610 1
266.3

6182
267.3

621 2
270.0

624 9
268.3

6244
258.2

635.7
268.0

652.2
284.0

6445
277.2

6604
289.3

323.3
45 1
404
53 0

331.8
50 3
40,6
53 4

340.4
50,4
41 9
54 0

343.7
50 7
43 2
54 4

3507
52 8
45 7
54 9

351.1
55 0
46 0
55 5

356.5
58 7
45 7
55 6

366.0
60 1
47 7
56 0

367.5
63.1
47 3
56 3

367.9
67.6
47 8
57 2

367.2
69 6
50 5
57 5

370.9
68 8
49 2
57 8

Account
1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank.
2 U.S. government
securities
3 Other securities
4 Loans excluding
interbank . .
5
Commercial and
industrial
6
Real estate
7
Individual
8
All other

Aug.

Sept,

Oct.

Nov. | Dec.

1974
1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank.
2 U.S. government
securities
3 Other securities
4 Loans excluding
interbank
5
Commercial and
industrial
6
Real estate
7
Individual
8
All other

652.9

656.7

669.5

679,9

686.2

696.9

704.1

707.3

707.5

708.2

711,0

721,1

89 8
100 8

890
101 6

89 4
102 8

88 4
104 0

85 6
105 2

844
106 7

83 6
106 8

83 3
106 7

81,4
108 1

81.6
108 3

840
107 4

875
108 3

462.4

466.2

477.2

487.6

495.4

505.7

513.7

517.4

518.1

518.2

519.7

525.3

166.5
118.9
99.3
77 8

168.1
119 6
99.1
794

175.6
120.9
99.2
81 6

181.2
122 6
100.3
83 5

183.6
124 2
101.1
86 5

187.5
125 7
102.2
90 3

190.7
127 3
102.9
92 8

191.7
1284
104.0
93 3

194.0
129.3
104.1
90 8

194.9
130,0
103.8
89 6

196,7
130,5
103.3
89 1

199.5
130 4
103.3
92 2

9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank
1 1 Cash in vault
12 Cash items in process
of collection
13 Due from banks
14 Other assets and
interbank loans . . . .

107 6

106 6

109 1

106 5

120 8

115 9

112 2

104 9

111.3

114 7

123 1

120 7

31.0
99

28,6
98

28.6
97

29.7
100

33.6
104

30.6
10 5

27.5
10 2

27.7
107

32.6
10 6

31.1
10 8

32.0
10 0

31.4
10 6

34.5
32.1

36 0
32.1

37.2
33.6

33.8
33.0

40 9
35.9

37.7
37.0

40 4
34.1

34 3
32.3

35.6
32.5

38.9
33.9

43.7
37.4

41.5
37.3

77.9

80,5

80.0

78.5

78.7

81.7

86,7

84.2

84.7

93.5

96.7

15 Total assets

838.4

843.8

858.6

865.0

885.7

894.5

903.0

896.5

903.5

911.1

927.7

938.5

16 Total deposits
17 Demand deposits
18 Time and savings
deposits
19 Borrowings
20 Other liabilities
21 Residual

658 7
279.4

658 8
275.9

667 6
278.8

676 4
278.5

6900
284.1

696 6
288.7

703 0
287.9

694 8
274,9

699 5
278.7

707 6
284.6

718 2
295.1

729 6
298,7

379 1
73 0
47,6
59 1

382 7
74 9
506
59 5

388 7
77 2
53 7
60 1

397 7
75 2
52 7
60 8

405 8
78 0
56 5
61 2

407 8
78 4
58 0
61 5

415 0
77 5
600
62 4

419 g
77 2
62 1
624

420 8
77 6
63 6
62 8

422 8
77 4
63 0
63 1

422 9
80 6
65 7
63 2

430 8
78 3
66 9
61 7

52



88.3

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series—Continued
A. All commercial banking institutions1—Continued
Billions of dollars
1975

Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar,

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

708.7

706.4

711.9

718.2

718.1

723.8

723.5

725.8

732.7

734.7

742.8

758.2

85.3
1084

86.1
1090

92.7
108 6

97.5
108 5

99.1
108 6

101.5
1102

103.5
1103

106.4
1104

U0.3
1104

109.9
1120

114.3
111 8

119.2
111 5

514 9

511 4

510 7

512 2

510 5

512 2

5097

5090

512 1

512 8

516 7

527 5

195 5
130.6
102.0
86.8

1942
130.6
101.4
85.2

193 8
1306
100.4
85 9

1944
131,1
100.8
85.9

191 7
131.3
100.9
86.6

191 5
131.8
101.4
87.4

189 5
132.1
102.2
85.8

1880
132.4
103,3
85.3

188 8
133.1
104.1
86.1

1884
134.0
104.7
85,7

1894
134.4
105.0
87,9

192 7
135 0
106.2
93 6

9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank
1 1 Cash in vault
12 Cash items in process
of colUiction . . . . .
13 Due from banks
14 Other assets and
interbank loans . . . .

105.6

107.6

1100

1182

1184

118 3

111 6

108.7

108 8

113 0

127 0

138 3

30.4
107

30.6
105

30.7
10 6

32.5
104

29.9
109

31.4
11 0

28.7
11 2

27.2
11 4

29,4
11 2

29.2
11 5

31.3
107

27.0
12 3

32.5
31 9

342
32 2

35 a

392
36 2

41 2
36 4

37 8
38 1

35 9
35 9

34 9
35 3

33 2
35 0

36 8
35 5

45 0
400

482
50 9

90.9

94.6

97.7

93.8

94.3

94.0

95.4

95.9

94.0

95.9

99.6

98.9

15 Total assets

905.1

908.6

919.7

930.2

930.8

936.1

930.5

930.5

935.4

943.6

969.4

995.4

16 Total deposits
17 Demand deposits
18 Time and savings
deposits
19 Borrowings
20 Other liabilities
21 Residual

708.9
273.3

708 9
271.9

719 3
276.4

7307
289.3

7329
287.0

734 1
288.0

7308
283.8

731.2
281.7

733.4
279.8

743.4
286.8

7603
301,0

7944
329.3

435.5
71.0
60.0
65.2

4369
73.6
605
65 7

442 8
73.4
605
664

441 3
71.4
61 8
664

445 7
71.5
600
665

4460
74.1
608
67 1

446 8
70.7
61 6
67 5

449.3
68.7
62.5
68 1

4534
69.9
63.8
68 3

456.4
70.4
60,9
68 8

459 1
76.1
63 7
69 3

4649
70.6
59 9
70 5

1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank.
2 U.S. government
securities
3 Other securities
4 Loans excluding
interbank
5
Commercial and
industrial
6
Real estate
7
Individual
8
All other

33 6

1976

1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank.
2 U.S. government
securities
3 Other securities
4 Loans excluding
interbank
5
Commercial and
industrial
6
Real estate
7
Individual
8
All other

742.3

742.3

752.7

757.5

761.2

774.7

768.8

775.5

784.0

790.1

798.7

816,7

119.6
110.3

120.1
110 1

125.0
1092

125.8
111 2

125.6
111 2

126.1
112 7

123.6
113 4

126.6
113 0

127.7
113 9

128.5
113.9

133.2
1145

139,0
113 8

512.3

512 1

518 5

520 6

5244

535 9

531 8

535 9

542.4

547.7

5509

563.9

187.5
135.6
105.9
834

1867
136.3
105 5
83 6

184 3
138.3
105 8
90 1

1844
139.7
107 5
89 1

184 6
140.9
108 5
90 3

187 0
142.1
1102
96 6

185 0
143.3
111 8
91 7

184 8
144.5
113.3
93 3

187 4
146.2
114.7
940

188 5
147.4
115.6
962

190 5
148.5
1162
95 8

193 4
149.3
117 7
103 5

9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank. . . .
1 1 Cash in vault
12 Cash items in process
of collection
13 Due from banks
14 Other assets and
interbank loans . . . .

116.4

114.9

125.9

116.9

115 7

132 7

113.8

112.3

126.3

119.1

130.1

137.6

29.6
11 6

29.6
11 4

28.0
11 3

28.0
12 1

26.5
12 1

28.5
12 0

28.3
12 2

25.7
12 1

30.1
124

26.8
12 7

29.5
11 9

30.3
14 1

36.3
39.0

36 6
37.3

43 3
43.3

38.6
38.1

37 9
39.2

46 3
45.9

37 3
36.0

36.3
38.3

41.5
42.3

40.2
39.4

44 2
44.5

46.5
46.7

98.2

101.9

89.2

82.6

82.9

86.5

86.1

87.7

90,9

91.0

95.5

103.7

15 Total assets

956.9

959.1

967.8

957.1

959.9

993.9

968.7

975.5 1,001.1 1,000.2 1,024.2 1,058.0

16 Total deposits
17 Demand deposits
18 Tiine and savings
deposits . , . . . .
19 Borrowings
20 Other liabilities
21 Residual . .

751.7
287.5

750.0
284.7

775.7
303,6

761.8
292.5

764,8
291,2

797.2
318.3

773.2
294.1

772.6
291.9

789.2
303.9

792,1
304.7

805.5
313.9

832.0
330.9

464.0
765
58 5
70.1

465 1
77 0
61 7
70.4

471 9
73 4
46 9
71.8

469 1
77 1
46 3
71.9

473 3
74 3
48 0
72.7

478 7
769
43 9
75,8

478 9
75 6
46 2
73.8

4803
81 0
47 7
74.2

485,1
87 1
49 9
74.9

487,1
849
47 7
75.5

491 3
93 0
49 9
75.9

5006
996
49 5
76.9




53

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series—Continued
A, All commercial banking institutions1—Continued
Billions of dollars
1977

Account
1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank.
2 U.S. government
securities . . . .
3 Other securities
4 Loans excluding
interbank . . .
5
Commercial and
industrial
6
Real estate
7
Individual
8
All other
9 Total cash assets . .
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank.
1 1 Cash in vault . . .
12 Cash items in process
of collection .
13 Due from banks
14 Other assets and
interbank loans . . . .
15 Total assets
16 Total deposits
17 Demand deposits . . . .
18 Time and savings
deposits
19 Borrowings
20 Other liabilities
21 Residual

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

804.9

810.8

823.2

831.5

839.7

850.1

852.9

863,1

871.4

877.9

890,3

904.2

137.1
113.1

139.4
113.2

142.3
112.5

140.1
117.4

138.8
118.1

138.1
118.7

136.1
119.6

136.0
120.4

135.2
121.2

134.6
122.4

135.4
123.4

137.4
123.6

554.8

558.2

568.4

574.0

582.8

593.3

597.2

606.7

615.0

620.8

631.6

643.1

189.9
150.7
117.9
96.3

191.7
151.8
118.5
96.3

195.5
153.8
119.9
99.2

197.2
156.1
122.6
98.2

198.4
158.5
124.8
101.1

201.9
161.2
127.7
102.6

201.8
163.8
129.7
101.9

203.2
167.0
132,5
104,1

205.1
169.6
134.5
105.9

207.8
172.0
135.8
105.2

210.5
174.7
137.4
109,0

213.6
176.5
140.3
112.7

123.0

129.2

130.1

125.3

122.8

133.2

130.0

139.3

135.0

133.3

143.2

158.5

29.0
12,8

29.0
12.5

27.5
13,0

28.8
13.4

24.5
13.2

23.9
13.7

27.7
13.5

28.9
13.7

30.8
13.9

29.0
13,8

26.8
14.7

32.5
15.7

40.5
407

45.1
42 7

41.7
47 8

41.7
41 5

41.7
43 4

45.4
50 1

44.9
440

49.3
47 3

43.3
46 9

43.9
466

52.0
497

54.3
560

97.1

100.3

100.9

100.6

99.9

103.8

103.1

105.3

106.9

103.8

115.6

123.6

1,025.0 1,040.3 1,054.1 1,057.5 1,062.4 1,087.1 1,086.0 1,107.7 1,113.2 1,115.0 1,149.1 1,186.3

810.3
307.1

818 5
311.1

8300
313.1

8320
317.8

833 7
311.6

851 0
324.7

8540
324.9

8697
336.8

8692
332.4

871 8
330.5

898.6
350.8

926.4
370.8

502 8
91.0
46 1
77.6

506 9
96.0
47 7
78.1

5164
95 0
50 6
78 5

513 8
97 8
48 8
78 9

521 6
974
51 9
794

525 8
101 4
54 g
80 1

528 6
100 1
51 8
802

5324
102.5
54 8
807

5364
105 4
57 1
81 4

5409
104.4
57 1
81 7

547 4
109.4
58 3
82 7

555 2
117.7
59 1
83.2

1978

1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank.
U.S. government
securities
3 Other securities . . ,
4 Loans excluding
interbank
5
Commercial and
industrial
6
Real estate
7
Individual
8
All other
2

9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank
1 1 Cash in vault
12 Cash items in process
of collection . .
13 Due from banks
14 Other assets and
interbank loans . .
15 Total assets
16 Total deposits
17 Demand deposits .
18 Time and savings
deposits
19 Borrowings
20 Other liabilities . .
21 Residual

54



898.5

901.6

918.2

931.2

945.2

957.6

964.1

971.6

987.9

994.8 1,011.4 1,027.9

135 6
122.9

138 7
121,5

138 4
122.5

140 5
125.2

137 4
126.1

137 3
125.9

137 5
125.6

137 0
126.5

138 6
127.2

137 7
128,1

137 8
128.8

139 1
129.9

640.0

641.4

657.3

665.5

681,7

694.3

700.9

708.1

722.0

729.0

744.8

758.9

212.4
178.9
140 5
108.2

215.2
180.6
140 9
104.7

221.6
183.2
143 0
109.5

225.2
185.8
146 3
108.3

230,5
189.3
1494
112.6

233.6
192.7
153 2
114.9

234.2
196.1
1560
114.7

235.3
200.0
161 3
111.5

238.5
203.1
161 3
119.0

240.8
206.3
164 8
117.1

245.6
209.5
164 8
124.9

248.5
211.6
166 6
132.2

131 1

148 7

137 7

137 4

171 1

147 4

1364

144 0

150 9

153 7

156 8

181 0

27.1
14 1

31.5
13 9

30.8
14 3

28.3
14 3

30,8
14 5

32.1
14 8

24.1
14 8

30.2
15 1

33.0
15 2

35,1
15 1

33.1
16 6

38.3
17 1

45.1
44.9

54.8
48.5

44.9
47.7

49.0
45.9

65.7
60.2

51.5
49.0

48.7
48.9

50.9
47.7

51.1
51.6

53.0
50,4

54.8
52.2

64.8
60.9

115.9

119.0

123.9

121.0

128.0

122.7

118.1

119.4

124.9

124.9

133.2

144.9

1,145.5 1,169.3 1,179.7 1,189.6 1,244.3 1,227.8 1,218.6 1,235.0 1,263.7 1,273.3 1,301.4 1,353.9
894.8
335.0

912.5
347.2

915.7
338.3

926.5
348,2

964.8
377.1

947.9
358.0

944.5
350.8

952.5
352.2

971.1
366.2

971.6
361.7

983.2 1,024.0
362.8
399.0

559.4
109.9
57.3
83.6

564.9
113.8
59.0
84 1

577.0
117.2
62.2
84 7

577.6
116.0
62.2
85 0

586.3
125.2
69.1
85 8

589.3
123.8
69.4
86 7

593.0
116.2
69.7
88 2

599.6
121.8
72.7
88 0

604.3
126.4
76.8
89 3

609.4
132 0
79.9
89 9

619.9
142.7
85.2
903

624.4
154.8
86,0
89,0

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series—Continued
A. All commercial banking institutions1—Continued
Billions of dollars
1979

Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank. 1,027.6 1,034.4 1,046.5 1,058.2 1,069.3 1,086.6 1,093.1 1,107.0 1,130,2 1,132.0 1,131.0 1,151.5
U.S. government
136.0
137.9
141.2
140.7
142 2
1369
137,3
139.3
139.0
137.5
144.0
securities
139.1
135 2
137 1
137 5
1374
143 2
3 Other securities
134.5
137 5
142 1
1409
142 6
138 1
139 8
4 Loans excluding
757.1
762 3
772 1
781 3
792 9
811 1
8644
interbank
816 5
829 3
848.8
848.5
846 1
5
Commercial and
288.4
264.7
269.0 274.7
industrial
250.5
276.5
279.6
287.3
255.0
259.9
288.2
295.6
2149
221 5
225 2
213.2
228 6
231 8
238.9
235 2
2409
242 8
216 7
218 8
6
Real estate
171.6
175.1
176.6
185,2
186.3
7
Individual
167.0
178.1
181.7
185.1
183.6
167.6
169.1
126.3
126.4
126.2
127.3
134.5
8
All other
133.3
136.2
136,4
142.4
124.8
131,9
139.6
2

9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank
11 Cash in vault . . .
12 Cash items in process
of collection
13 Due from banks . . .
14 Other assets and
interbank loans . . . .
15 Total assets
16 Total deposits
17 Demand deposits
18 Time and savings
deposits
19 Borrowings
20 Other liabilities3
21 Residual3

157.9

166 9

156 8

1560

176 8

168 6

160.5

165 9

171.9

179.5

176 8

169 6

30.4
15,2

30.3
15 1

30.7
15 2

34.6
15 6

33,5
160

33.4
16 3

30,4
160

34.5
16 8

32.5
166

34.8
16.5

35.5
18 1

29,0
17 9

56.0
56.3

61 3
603

554
55 6

52 9
53 0

67 2
60 2

580
60 9

55 0
59 2

55 5
59 1

606
62 2

65.7
62 5

62 6
606

63 7
59 1

130.7

130.6

130.7

128.5

129.5

131.4

130.2

135.1

145.9

148.5

150.0

160.4

1,316.2 1,331.9 1,334.1 1,342.7 1,375.6 1,386.6 1,383.9 1,408.0 1,448.0 1,460.0 1,457.8 1,481.5
993.5 1,002.7
362.9
367.9

995.2
356.3

997.8 1,013.6 1,016.2 1,013.0 1,021.5 1,044.9 1,063.8 1,059,9 1,077.9
394.1
362.5
376.2
376.8
384.8
400.3
370.0
369.4
383.3

415.0
138.6
96 3
87.8

421,2
141 3
105 6
91.9

418 8
150 1
102 9
91 9

418.9
137 5
101 2
90.5

420.9
159 0
108 7
94 3

422.5
1649
110 2
95 4

424.2
165 1
111 0
94.7

435.0
1690
121 0
96.4

447.7
181.0
124 1
97.9

461.6
170.8
126 6
98.9

469.4
168 9
130 1
99.0

473.8
1794
123 4
100.8

19 80

1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank. 1,144.0 1,154.7 1,160.2 1,162.9 1,154.5 1,159.3 1,169.2 1,184,8 1,195.6 1,214.9 1,232.4 1,262,3
U.S. government
144.2
161.5
162.8
146.7
149.3
152.3
166.8
172.3
securities
155.4
159.2
148.3
148.1
154.1
156.7
143.2
143 6
151.0
150.9
3 Other securities
148.8
144 2
147 3
148.5
154.8
150.0
4 Loans excluding
interbank
8644
898 1
9107
856 6
867 7
858 5
933 3
863 8
883 0
874 7
8564
867 6
5
Commercial and
302 7
3242
332 6
295 0
298 5
301 7
310,3
317.0
305 9
298 9 297 3
303 0
industrial
260.0 261.8
251.6
249 A 251.2
252.3
264.3
6
Real estate
2453 248.3
253.8
257.3
255.6
186.3
186 7
179.6
179.7
182 8
1800
185 1
178.3
179.9
181.3
7
Individual
178,1
178.9
141.2
125 9
144 8
155 0
8
All other
130.0
1309
1302
135 8
1344
130 9
130 2
1306
2

9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank
1 1 Cash in vault
12 Cash items in process
of collection.
13 Due from banks
14 Other assets and
interbank loans

166.0

167 9

174 2

187 6

191 0

172 3

175 6

169 7

177 0

1769

1969

215 6

29.0
17.2

31.2
17.0

35.0
16.7

34.0
16,7

38.7
17.7

30.3
17.2

32,9
17.5

29.6
18.2

31.6
17.7

32.2
18.3

31,0
16.8

29.1
19.9

60.3
59.5

59 9
59.8

61 2
61.3

699
67.0

70 5
64.2

597
65.1

61 2
64.0

57 3
64.7

62.3
65.4

60.3
66.2

73 8
75,3

84,3
82.3

158.8

165.8

166.6

181.6

186.7

191.0

188.8

196.6

202.8

202,5

206.6

223.3

15 Total assets

1,468.9 1,488.4 1,500.9 1,532.1 1,532.2 1,522.6 1,533.6 1,551.0 1,575.5 1,594.4 1,635.9 1,701.2

16 Total deposits
17 Demand deposits
18 Savings deposits
19 Time deposits
20 Borrowings
21 Other liabilities
22 Residual

1,063.7 1,070.5 1,076.2 1,104.5 1,100.0 1,090.0 1,095.6 1,105.9 1,121.2 1,139.3 1,174.4 1,237.2
452.5
388.6
395.4
375.4
396.7
373.3
387.8
378.3
413.3
379,3
383.2
382.6
201,4
192.4
209.3
200.4
206.5
210.3
209.6
212.0
196.6
189.4
198.6
199.9
583.3
484.1
495 1
522 A 531.9
5184
519 8
513 2
551,8
505 9
513,7
506 3
208,4
208 9
210,7
178 3
181 7
197 0
1999
211 7
188 9
185 2
195 4
198 1
145.4
138.7
143,1
135.7
137.0
133.6
131.6
129.9
128.3
130.7
135.1
138.5
105.7
110.0
110.0
98.6
104.2
106.3
105.5
106.1
100.5
102.6
105.1
105.3




55

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series—Continued
A. All commercial banking institutions1—Continued
Billions of dollars
1981

Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct. | Nov. 1 Dec.

1 Loans and investment 4
excluding interbank 1,251.4 1,250.7 1,254.0 1,268.3 1,275.8 1,287.3 1,284.8 1,292.8 1,318.6 1,311.4 1,324.3 1,321.7
2 U.S. government
179.0
174.0 180.1
180.5
179.3
178.5
173.3
175.4
177.7
180.3
securities .173.7
178.7
158.4
158.2
153.8
154.4
158.4
163.0 161.6
155.7
155.7
156.8
154.7
3 Other securities4
156.3
4 Loans excluding
922.3 919.5
941.4
952.2
974.0
987.4
980.0
922.2
interbank4
933.4
950.5 959.6 981.7
5
Commercial and
4
347.5
3300 328 2
3392
345 1 344.5
355,6
361.4 358.9
357.7
331 8
industrial
3362
267.4
265.0
271.7
6
Real estate
269.4
277.7
280.2 281,6 283,0 286.6
265.9
273.8 275.3
179.2
183.2
180.1
179 6
179.9
1804
183.3
183.4 186.2
7
Individual
179.5
180.6
182.0
147 2
145 8
143 8
8
All other4
150 7
152 9
150 1
151 8
153 4
159 6
148 2
148 4
1607
9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank
1 1 Cash in vault
12 Cash items in process
of collection
13 Due from banks
14 Other assets and
interbank loans

182 8

1905

193 2

213 0

2169

2120

192.1

2104

239 8

167 6

182 8

192 6

26.0
18 7

31.2
18 5

32.7
17 7

39.4
18 7

26.6
19 3

27.0
19 0

28.6
19 5

27.3
20 1

29.4
192

27.3
19 7

28.2
18 4

30.1
22 0

62 2
75.9

640
76.7

65 1
77.8

69 7
85.2

76 1
94 8

67 4
987

58 6
85.4

62 6
100.5

764
114 8

55 6
65 1

66 3
699

68 5
72.1

210.4

222.9

227.8

233.3

223.1

230.7

224.8

229.6

248.8

241.4

262.8

282.0

15 Total assets4

1,644.5 1,664.1 1,675.1 1,714.7 1,715.8 1,730.0 1,701.7 1,732.8 1,807.3 1,720.5 1,769.9 1,796.3

16
17
18
19
20
21
22

1,179.0 1,187.1 1,193.3 1,212.2 1,234.7 1,234.4 1,215.9 1,244.1 1, 292 A 1,213.0 1,242.6 1,277.6
415.4
373.9
369.7
394.4
329.9
345.0
370,3
371.0
386.3
360.8 376.6
388.8
2204 219 9 218 0 215 7
2204 2225
212 3 216 0 2203
214 8
2090 214 2
596.2
603.2
602.0
603.4
671.0
681.6 687.0
662.2
620.0
625.7
637.1 651.9
224.3
233 3 212 8
222.3
208.0
215 6
2322
239.1 249.7 256.0
241 2
216.0
143 9
148 6
1504
153 7
149 2
146 9
155 0 138.4
149 8
1506
1492
154 8
110 5
1100 113 8 115 7 117 4 116 1 117 2 118 8 121 2 122 6 124 4
108 6

Total deposits
Demand deposits
Savings deposits
Time deposits
Borrowings
Other liabilities
Residual . . . .

19 82

1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank. 1,312.6 1,322.2 1,335.4 1,339.1 1,347.5 1,361.8 1,358.8 1,363,5 1,383.4 1,387.2 1,390.9
2 U.S. government
182.2
183.0
182.4
193.7
194.6
securities . .
185.4
184.0
186.4
186.9
187.5
189.9
159.7
3 Other securities
160.2
164.4
161.3
162.3
159.3
161.3
161.9
160.0
160.8
160.6
4 Loans excluding
interbank . .
979.0
970.7
988.6
993.1 1,000.7 1,015.0 1,012.4 1,015.8 1,032.8 1,032.3 1,034.0
5
Commercial and
358.4
industrial .
362.6
377.6
391.4
392.0
384.2
369.7
372.6
383.3
393.3
383.1
289.2
286.6
6
Real estate
292.5
296.0
294.0
299,8
300,5
291.1
297.6 299.9
296.1
7
Individual . . .
182.7
183.9
182.5
188.1
188.2
183.5
185.1
187.8
185.2
183.5
186.0
8
All other
145.4
144 6
141.8
145 5
152 9
153 3
144 5
151 7
149 1
147 9
1496
9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank
11 Cash in vault
12 Cash items in process
of collection
13 Due from banks
14 Other assets and
interbank loans

1,417.1

201.4
169.2
1,046.4
395.4
300.7
191,8
158.6

173 7

169 1

181 4

171 7

173 3

187 1

174 8

181 6

177 g

184 4

192 6

215 0

32.4
19 8

27.2
197

28.2
18 9

28.0
199

29.2
20 0

21.1
20 1

28.0
205

29.3
204

19.9
205

26.7
20 6

25.1
19 0

28.1
23 1

55 0
66.5

55 9
66.3

63 7
70.7

55 6
68.2

56 3
72.8

67 3
78.6

53 6
72.7

55 5
76.4

59 6
77.8

56 9
80.3

64 1
84.4

68 4
95.4

268.5

271.1

286.7

271.4

275.9

291.1

292.7

301.5

305.7

308.2

311.0

329.7

15 Total assets

1,754.8 1 762 31 803.5 1,782 1 1 796 7 1 840 0 1 826 4 1 846 7 1 866 9 1 879 8 1 894 5 1 961 8

16
17
18
19
20
21
22

1,240.2 1,245.8 1,281.3 1,259.2 1,273.1 1,313.0 1,293.2 1,306.8 1,319.7 1,329.0 1,345.9 1,3943
343.3
320.4
318.7
322.0
327.8
320.6 350.1
319.1
329.6 340.9
366.9
325.9
221.0 220.4
227.8
225.0
227.3 228.5 235,9
242.5
294.7
226.8
224.6 225.5
691.4
710.2
714.2
703.3
727. 0 736.1 749.4
763.5
762.5
732,7
760.3 765.2
257.4
262 1 263 1
259 6
257 4 255 2
263 5 264 3 271 7
272 5 265 1 284 6
149 7
153 9
152 5
135.8
135 4
137 1
140 8
136 0
143 4
145 6
148 7
148 0
121 5
121 5
123 0
123 8
125 4
127 5
128 7
129 6
130 4
126 1
126 9
126 3

Total deposits
Demand deposits
Savings deposits . .
Time deposits . . .
Borrowings
Other liabilities
Residual

56



16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series—Continued
A. All commercial banking institutions'—Continued
Billions of dollars
1983

Account

Jan.

1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank .
2 U.S. government
securities
3 Other securities
4 Loans excluding
interbank
5
Commercial and
industrial
6
Real estate
7
Individual
8
All other
9 Total cash assets . . .
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank . . .
1 1 Cash in vault . . .
12 Cash items in process
of collection . .
13 Due from banks ,
14 Other assets and
interbank loans. . . . .
15 Total assets, .
16 Total deposits
17 Demand deposits. . . .
18 Savings deposits . . . . .
19 Time deposits
20 Borrowings
21 Other liabilities
22 Residual.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1,413.1 1,414.0 1,434.2 1,443.3 1,448.8 1,472,4 1,475.4 1,496.7 1,507.2 1,522.8 1,546.2 1,569.2
208 2
169.1

213 6
168.7

2242
167.2

229 3
170.5

235 4
170.2

2402
170.4

238 3
171.3

2407
174.1

2442
173.3

251 1
172.2

254 7
173.4

254 1
177.2

1,035.8 1,031.6 1,042.7 1,043.5 1,043.2 1,061.7 1,065.7 1,081 9 1,089.7 1,099,6 1 118.0 1,137.9
3927
302.8
189 1
151.1
195.1

392 1
303.5
187 9
148.2
212.6

396 3
304.7
188 8
152.9
196,5

393 0
306.9
190 1
153.5
196.3

3909
308.6
191 4
152 3
193,4

3942
311.8
194 5
161 2
206.7

397 1
314.7
197 0
156,9
198.2

400 1
3192
201 8
160 8
206.8

402 4
322 7
205 2
159 5
187.5

405 2
326.4
208 8
1592
191.5

411 3
3299
212 6
1642
209.0

419 4
332.4
217 6
168,5
219.6

27.0
20.5

28.9
20.4

23.4
20.0

26.9
20.5

25.0
20.4

21.1
21.4

23,0
20.8

25.2
21.1

17.5
20.9

21.9
20.6

20.2
22.4

20,8
23,4

56.1
91.6

67.7
95.6

61.7
91.4

59,9
89.0

56.5
91.5

67.4
96.8

60.5
93.8

64.6
95.9

57.1
91.9

56.8
92.2

68.7
97.7

73.2
102.2

305,0
314.9
305.9
309.2
307.8
313.0
304.7
297.8
310.5
317.8
322.2
324.5
1,932.7 1,948.8 1,948.4 1,950.2 1,940.1 1,983.8 1,981.4 2,016.4 2,003.9 2,020.2 2,070.1 2,093.8
1,369.7 1,396.4 1,403.5 1,395.8 1,397.7 1,427.9 1,422.1 1,444.6 1,432.5 1,443.1 1,484,8 1,508.9
337 0 332 7
3262
374 6
361 5
3349
338 1
348 1 331 6
328 2
348 1
340 8
359.8
445.4 445.0 447.9 455.3 457.2
425.1 437.6
393.0 416.6
441.9 444.2
683.7
677.1
667.9
660,3
639 8
651 0 655.9
638.0 632 0 637 8
649.8
662.6
273 2
287 3 277 6 2694 279 6 268 8 275 9 278 2 2804 282 2 289 1 281 5
142.5
143.6
165.3
158.5
144.3
146 8
141 3
1499
1364
141 5
139.5
143.3
1464
145 4
132 2
132 3
1322
143 6
142 4
139 8
141 6
137 1
138 6
135 3
19 84

7

1 Loans and securities . . .
2 Investment securities. .
3
U.S. government
securities5
4
Other5 . ,
5 Trading account assets.
6 Total loans5-7
7
Interbank loans7
8
Loans excluding
interbank5
9
Commercial and
industrial . . . .
10
Real estate5
11
Individual
12
Allother
13 Total cash assets
14 Reserves with Federal
Reserve Banks . . .
15 Cash in vault
16 Cash items in process
of collection
17 Demand balances at
U.S. depository
institutions
18 Other cash assets
19 Other assets7
20 Total assets/total liabilities and capita]
21 Deposits
22 Transaction deposits8. .
23 Savings deposits8
24 Time deposits
25 Borrowings
26 Other liabilities
27 Residual (assets less
liabilities)
MEMO
28 U.S. government
securities (including
trading account) . . . .
29 Other securities
(including trading
account)5-6




1,679.5 1,710.3 1,712.8 1,734.1 1,756.9 1,764,1 1,765.3 1,784.5 1,798.3 1,822.7 1,822.7 1,864.0
377.5
374.4
375.2
376.2
378.2
385.5
388.5
386.3
377,2
382.0
381.2
387.8
242.5
240.4
243,4 241.2
251.3 251.0
251.2
248.0
247.7
248.2 246.5 243.5
1349
133 9
1340
132 7
1344
134 5
137 3
138 3
133 8
131 7
133 0
136 5
22.9
21.9
22.5
20.0
15.7
19.9
17.0
16.9
16.8
20.9
18.8
14.6
1,276.3 1,304.9 1,308.0 1,328.7 1,356.1 1,368.3 1,371.4 1,388.4 1,400.2 1,424.9 1,426,4 1,463.7
114.6
126.9
122.6
126,1
123.3
127.1
118.6
124.7
122.8
116.7
115.0
117.9
1,161.7 1,187.0 1,193.0 1,212.0 1,231.4 1,245.5 1,252.8 1,261.2 1,276.9 1,298.8 1,303,8 1,336.8

413.3
334.7
217 2
196.6
186 3

427.0
338 7
218 8
201.9
189 1

433.1
342 3
219 8
197.8
181 8

439.7
346 8
224 1
201.3
190 5

447.3
350 3
228 4
205.4
202 5

452.9
354 6
232 8
205.2
185 6

454.4
356 8
235 2
206.5
179 1

455.2
361 8
240 0
204.2
177 3

459.8
3666
243 3
207.3
181 0

467.7
369 8
247 1
214.2
188 0

468.7
3744
249 6
211.1
188 4

476.8
377 7
255 5
226.8
201 9

21.7
21.1

14.7
20.6

16.3
20 7

22.2
21 2

18.6
22 3

19.1
21 8

19.4
21 6

17.4
222

18,0
21 6

18.1
21 4

20.4
23 9

20.5
23.3

60.6

69.3

62.3

65.9

76.4

63 7

60.2

607

63.2

70.2

66.5

75,9

30.2
52 6
186 5

33.7
50 9
192 8

31.7
50 8
1900

30.0
51 2
189 9

34.8
504
186 0

30.8
50 1
191 8

29.3
48 6
191 3

29.5
47 5
190 6

30.8
47 4
196 8

32.0
46 3
201 6

30.9
46 7
190 1

34.5
47 7
196 8

2,052.2 2,092.2 2,084.6 2,114.5 2,145.4 2,141.4 2,135.6 2,152.4 2,176.1 2,212.2 2,201.2 2,262.6
1,466.9 1,498.6 1,494 5 1 501 5 1 541 3 1 532 9 1 535 5 1 539 0 1 5499 1 578.9 1,578.2 1,631.2
433.7
491.1
440.0 442.3 462.7 453.1
440.9 447.3 462.6 445.9 441.4
456.1
378.1
386.3
371.1
367.2
371.4
361.9
368.5
365.1 364.9
369.5
369.6 371.6
671.4
753.8
745.0 747.0
742.7
684.5
707.2
717.4
682.2
675.3
725.6 734.0
304.1
314.3 298,8
307.1
295.6 289.2
297.2
301.5
292,8 292.0
305.9 292.8
179.4
181.1
149.9
174.1
169 7
172.9
167 9
173 7
167 5
159.1
162 2
173 8
138 1

138 9

138 8

139 6

137 6

141 9

140 2

142 1

146 2

144 9

144 8

1462

259.0

262.9

262.4

263.0

260.1

256.5

255.6

255.1

255.4

256.3

255.2

256.9

144.1

142.5

142 5

142 4

1407

139 3

138 3

141 0

142 7

141.5

141.1

143.4

57

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series—Continued
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks2
Billions of dollars
1973

Account
1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank.
2 U.S. government
securities
3 Other securities
4 Loans excluding
interbank
5
Commercial and
industrial .
6
Real estate
7
Individual
8
All other
9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank. . . .
1 1 Cash in vault
12 Cash items in process
of collection
13 Due from banks
*
14 Other assets and
interbank loans . . . .
15 Total assets
16 Total deposits
17 Demand deposits
18 Time and savings
deposits .
19 Borrowings
20 Other liabilities
21 Residual

T

Nov.

1

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug. | Sept.

Oct.

Dec.

564.9

570.3

579.9

586.5

594.1

602.0

606.6

612.6

619.1

623.1

627.3

642.3

89 3
92.4

84,6
93,6

84 6
94.0

842
94.5

82 1
95.8

81 8
95.9

807
97.1

79 4
98.5

80.3
99.2

82.5
100.2

85 8
98.1

88.0
99.1

383.2

392.2

401.3

407.9

416.2

424.2

428.8

434.7

439.6

440.4

443.4

455.2

130.9
99 6
87.3
654

135.5
1009
88.1
67 7

1405
102 5
89 1
69 2

143,2
104 1
906
700

145.1
106 1
92 3
72 7

148.4
107 9
93.7
742

150.2
109 9
95 0
73 7

150.6
111 9
96 9
75 3

152.4
113 8
97.4
76 0

151.4
115 4
98.3
75 3

152.6
116 8
98.9
75 1

155.9
117 7
99.3
82 3

95 2

98 3

89 7

902

93 9

890

94 3

90 5

984

1101

102 6

94 1

26.3
8.8

27.2
8,7

26.9
8-9

25.9
9.1

24.2
9.4

24.8
9.6

27.7
9.5

28.0
9.8

31.2
9.7

32.0
9.6

29.6
10.5

25.0
10.5

34.8
25 3

36,0
265

302
23 7

31 5
23 7

35 5
24 8

306
23 9

32 5
24 6

29 7
23 0

32 7
24 9

39. 1
29 4

35 3
27 2

34 3
24 3

52.0

56.2

54.8

56,9

56,2

56.6

56.0

57.7

56.7

61.9

61.8

67.7

712.0

724.8

724.3

733.6

744.2

747.6

7S6.9

760.8

774.2

795.1

791.6

804.1

587.6
. 266,7

596.2
267.0

5944
256.6

602 1
261,2

6094
261.5

6105
262.2

6165
262.7

616 8
253.6

627 5
263.2

643.1
278.4

635 8
271.9

650.5
283.1

321 0
42,3
29.8
52 3

329.2
45.0
30.9
52 7

337 8
449
31 8
53 3

3409
45.3
32 5
53 7

347 9
46.8
33 8
54 2

348 3
48.1
34 3
54 7

353 8
51 9
33 7
54 9

363 2
52.5
36 3
55 3

364 3
55.4
35 7
55 5

364.7
59.7
36.0
56 4

363 9
61.8
37 3
56 7

367.4
59.7
36 9
56 9

1974

1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank,
U.S. government
securities
3 Other securities . . . . .
4 Loans excluding
interbank
:.
5
Commercial and
industrial
,
6
Real estate
7
Individual . . . . . . . .
8
All other

637.4

641.0

652.7

662.7

668.1

677.0

684.2

687.1

687.1

687.1

689.7

697.6

890
100.2

87 9
101.1

88 4
102,2

87 4
103.3

84 6
104.5

834
106.1

82 5
1062

82 3
106.0

80 4
107.4

80 6
107.7

83 0
106.7

86 4
107.6

448.3

451.9

462.1

472.0

479.0

487.5

495.6

498.8

499.4

498.8

499.9

503.6

154.6
118 8
99.2
75.7

156.1
119 5
99.0
77.3

162.9
120 8
99 1
79 3

168.0
122 5
1002
81 3

169.9
124 1
101.0
840

173.1
125 6
102.0
86 8

175.6
127 2
1027
90 1

176.4
128 3
103 8
90 3

178.3
129 2
104.0
87 9

178.6
129 9
103.7
86 6

180.2
130 4
103 2
86 1

182.1
130 3
101.2
88 1

9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank. . . .
1 1 Cash in vault
12 Cash items in process
of collection
13 Due from banks
14 Other assets and
interbank loans

101.4

100.7

1025

1002

113 1

103 7

105 4

98 2

104 9

108 4

1140

111 7

30.8
9.9

28.3
9.8

28.4
97

29.5
100

33.4
104

30,3
105

27.4
102

27.5
10 6

32.4
10 5

30.9
10 8

31.9
10 0

31.0
10 6

34 0
26.7

35 3
27.2

36 6
27.8

33 2
27.5

40 1
29.2

36 0
27.0

39 8
28.1

33 9
26.3

35 1
26.9

38 2
28.6

42 6
29.6

40 0
30.1

66.7

70.3

69.0

67.8

67.7

70.3

73.3

70.7

71.8

75.2

80.6

84.2

15 Total assets

805.5

811.9

824 1

830.7

848.8

851.0

862 8

856,0

863.8

870.7

884.3

893.5

16 Total deposits
17 Demand deposits
18 Time and savings
deposits
19 Borrowings
20 Other liabilities
21 Residual

648 8
273,1

649 1
269.9

657 4
272.2

665 5
211 A

678 7
276.7

679 7
275.6

690 5
279.5

684 0
268.3

688 5
271.9

696 0
277.6

704 0
285.4

714 5
288.2

375 7
64 6
33 8
58.3

3792
66 8
37 4
58.6

385 2
68 6
39 0
592

394 1
66 3
39 i
59 8

402 0
68 5
41 5
60 2

404 1
67 7
43 i
605

411 1
66 5
44 4
61 4

415 6
65 6
45 1
61 4

416 6
66 2
47 5
61 7

418 4
66 5
45 2
62 0

418 5
69 4
48 9
62 0

426 3
65 B
50 7
62 5

2

58



16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series—Continued
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks2—Continued
Billions of dollars
1975

Account
1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank.
US. government
securities
3 Other securities
4 Loans excluding
interbank
5
Commercial and
industrial . . .
6
Real estate
7
Individual
8
All other
2

9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank
1 1 Cash in vault
12 Cash items in process
of collection
13 Due from banks . . . . .
14 Other assets and
interbank loans

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

686.4

684.2

689.8

695.3

695.5

700.8

700.9

703.1

709.4

711.3

719.0

733.4

84 3
107.7

85 2
108.4

91 7
108.0

96.6
107.8

98 3
107.9

1007
109.5

102 7
109.6

105.6
109.7

109.5
109.7

109 1
111.2

113.0
111.3

118 3
110.8

494.4

490,6

490.0

490.8

489.3

4906

488.6

487.8

490.2

491.1

494.9

504.4

178,1
130.5
101 9
83.9

176.8
130.4
101.3
82.1

176.5
130.4
100 3
82.8

177.0
130.8
100.6
82.4

174.5
131.0
100.7
83.1

174.3
131.5
101 2
83.6

172.4
131.7
102.0
82.5

170.9
132.1
103.1
81.7

171.3
132.8
103.9
82.2

170.8
133.7
104 5
82,1

171.9
134.2
104.8
84.0

174.5
134.8
106.0
89.1

99.5

101.7

103.5

111.3

111.5

108.5

103.5

101.2

102.2

106.3

118.4

128.5

30.2
10.7

30.5
10.4

30.5
10,6

32.2
10.4

29.6
10.9

31.2
11.0

28.5
11.2

26.9
11.4

29.2
11.2

29.0
11,5

31.0
10.7

26.8
12.3

31 9
26.7

33 6
27.1

34 3
28 1

38 1
30.5

40 5
305

36 9
294

35 0
28.8

344
28.6

32 6
29.2

36 1
297

442
32.5

47 2
42.2

78.7

82.5

85.0

80,9

82.4

81.8

82.4

83.2

80.9

83.4

86.1

86.2

15 Total assets

864.6

868.3

878.2

887.5

889.4

891.2

886.8

887.5

892.4

901.1

923.6

948.0

16 Total deposits
17 Demand deposits
18 Time and savings
deposits
19 Borrowings
20 Other liabilities
21 Residual

697.5
266.7

697.7
265.5

707.5
269.5

717.8
281.7

720.1
279.8

719.2
278.3

717,7
276.2

718.3
274.8

720.3
273.1

729.7
280.0

745.4
293.6

777.2
320.6

430.8
59.5
43 8
63.9

432.2
62.1
44.1
64.4

438.0
61.2
44 5
65.1

436.1
59.1
45.7
64.9

440.3
59.4
449
64.9

440.9
61.3
45 2
65.5

441.5
59.4
43 8
65.9

443.5
57.4
45.3
66.5

447.2
58.4
46.9
66.8

449.7
57.9
46 1
67.4

451.8
63.7
46.7
67.8

456.7
57.4
44.5
68.9

1976

1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank.
2 U.S. government
securities
3 Other securities
4 Loans excluding
interbank
5
Commercial and
industrial . . . . .
6
Real estate
7
Individual
8
AH other

718.5

718.4

727.9

733.6

737.2

748.5

743.6

750.1

757,6

763.9

772.2

787.4

118.7
109 6

119.2
109.4

124.0
108.5

124.8
110.5

124.7
110.5

124.9
111 9

122.7
112.7

125.7
112.2

126.6
113.2

127.5
113.2

132.0
113.8

137.5
113.1

490.2

489.7

495.4

498.4

502.0

511.7

508.3

512.2

517.7

523.2

526.3

536.7

169.8
135.4
105 7
79.3

169.0
136.1
105 3
79.4

166.9
138.1
105 6
84.8

167.2
139.5
107 3
84.4

167.6
140.7
1084
85.3

169.6
141.9
110 1
90.1

167.7
143.1
111 7
85.8

167.5
144.4
113.2
87.1

169.5
146,1
114.6
87.5

171.0
147.3
115 5
89.4

173.0
148.4
116.1
88.8

175.6
149.2
117.6
94.3

9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank
1 1 Cash in vault
12 Cash items in process
of collection
13 Due from banks
14 Other assets and
interbank loans

108.9

107.9

117.2

109.7

108.5

124.3

107.1

105.5

114.9

111.7

121.3

125.3

29.4
11,6

29.4
11.4

27.7
11.3

27.8
12.1

26.2
12.1

28.2
12.0

28.0
12.2

25.4
12.1

29.8
12.3

26.4
12.7

29.1
11.9

29.9
14.0

35 7
32.3

36.0
31.1

42 4
35.8

38.0
31.7

37 4
32.7

45 5
38.6

36.9
30.0

35.7
32.3

40.7
32.1

39 7
33.0

43.5
36.8

45.4
36.0

85.2

88.5

75.9

70.4

69.7

73.4

72.8

74.8

77.7

77.9

80.9

89.1

15 Total assets

912.6

914.9

921.0

913.7

915.3

946.3

923,5

930.5

950.2

953.4

974.4 1,001.7

16 Total deposits
17 Demand deposits
18 Time and savings
deposits
19 Borrowings
. ..
20 Other liabilities
21 Residual

735 8
279.8

734 7
277.6

759 0
294.4

747 1
285.2

749 o
283.4

779 4
308.6

757 4
286.3

756 7
284.5

7709
294.0

775 8
296.7

788 1
304.9

811 1
318.8

4560
64 5
43.6
68.7

457 1
65.7
45.5
68.9

4645
60 8
30.9
70.3

461.9
65 6
30.5
70.5

465 6
63 3
31.7
71.3

470 8
644
28.1
74.3

471 1
64 0
29.8
72.3

472,2
69,2
31.8
72.7

476.9
74 3
31.6
73.4

479 1
729
30.8
74,0

483.2
80.2
31.7
74.4

492.3
845
30.7
75.5




59

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series—Continued
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks2—Continued
Billions of dollars
1977

Account

Sept. I Oct. 1 Nov. ^ Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

778.6

784.0

795.1

804.4

812.0

821.4

824.9

833.9

839.9

848.0

859.0

869.4

135.8
112.4

138.1
112 5

141.0
111.9

139.0
116.7

137.7
117.4

137.0
118.0

135.0
118.9

134.7
119.6

133.9
120.4

133.3
121.5

134,1
122.5

136.0
122.7

530.3

533.4

542.2

548.6

556.9

566.5

571.1

579.6

585.6

593.1

602.5

610.7

172.6
150.6
117 8
89.3

174 1
151.7
118 4
89.2

177,4
153,7
119.8
91.3

179.4
156.0
122 5
90.7

1805
158.4
1247
93.3

183.5
161.1
127.6
94.3

183.7
163.7
129.6
94.1

184.8
166.9
132.4
95.5

186.4
169.5
134.4
95.3

189.1
171.9
135.8
96.3

191.0
174.6
137,4
99.5

193.8
176.4
140.3
100.2

9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank. , . .
1 1 Cash in vault
12 Cash items in process
of collection
13 Due from banks . . .
14 Other assets and
interbank loans . . . .

114.2

121,0

116.7

116.3

113.1

118.6

119.0

127.5

120.6

121,0

130.4

141.7

28.6
12.8

28.7
12 5

26.9
13.0

28.2
13.4

24.0
13 1

23.5
13.7

27.2
13.4

28.2
13.6

30.0
13.9

28.3
13.8

26.3
14.6

32.1
15.7

39.6
33 2

444
35 5

41.0
35 8

41.0
33 7

409
35 0

44.4
37 0

43.8
346

48.2
374

42.0
34 8

42.7
36 2

50.9
38 7

53.3
40 6

82.8

86.2

86.6

85.3

84.0

87.9

86.9

89,5

87.8

86.3

98.8

104.7

15 Total assets

975.6

991.2

998.4 1,006.1 1,009.1 1,027.9 1,030.8 1,050.8 1,048.2 1,055.3 1,088.3 1,115.7

16 Total deposits
17 Demand deposits . . . .
18 Time and savings
deposits
19 Borrowings
20 Other liabilities
21 Residual

792.4
297.8

801 8
303.2

810.3
302.3

813 3
308.0

814 2
301.2

829.4
312.5

832 7
313.0

847 9
324.6

843 1
315.7

850.0
'318.4

875.7
338.2

899.7
355.1

494 6
78.1
29,0
76 1

498 6
83.0
299
76 5

507 9
80.2
31.1
769

5054
83.8
31 6
77 3

513 0
83 2
33 9
77 8

5169
85.6
34.4
78 5

519 7
85.9
33 6
78 6

523 3
88.1
35 6
79 3

5274
89.5
35 9
79 8

531.6
89.6
35.4
80 3

537.5
93.2
38 1
81 2

5446
98.8
35.7
81 5

1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank.
U.S. government
securities
3 Other securities
4 Loans excluding
interbank
5
Commercial and
industrial
6
Real estate
7
Individual
8
All other
2

1 Aug.

1978

1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank.
2 U.S. government
securities . . .
3 Other securities
4 Loans excluding
interbank
5
Commercial and
industrial .
6
Real estate
7
Individual
8
All other
9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank
1 1 Cash in vault
12 Cash items in process
of collection
13 Due from banks
14 Other assets and
interbank loans
15 Total assets

. .

16 Total deposits
17 Demand deposits
18 Time and savings
deposits
19 Borrowings
20 Other liabilities
21 Residual

60



866.0

868.5

880.0

895.7

908.0

916.2

924.7

931.1

941.9

951.1

963.4

973.8

1344
122.0

137 5
120.6

137 0
121.5

139 3
124.2

135 9
125.2

135 7
125.0

136 0
124.7

135 5
125.5

137 0
126.2

136 1
127.2

1362
128.0

137 3
129.0

609.6

610.4

621.5

632.3

646.9

655.5

664.1

670.1

678.7

687.8

699.3

707.5

192 3
178 8
140.5
980

1945
180 5
1409
94 5

1997
183 1
142.9
95 8

202 9
185 7
1462
97 5

207 6
189 2
149 3
100 8

210 0
192 6
153.1
99 8

2102
196 0
155 9
102 0

2106
199 9
161 2
98 4

212 6
203 0
161 2
101 9

2145
206 2
164.7
1024

217 1
209 4
164 7
108 0

219 1
211 5
1665
1104

118.7

1363

122.8

125 0

152 9

132 3

122 1

129 2

133 2

137 5

140 4

161 6

26.6
14 0

31.0
13 8

30.2
14 3

27,6
14 2

30.3
144

31.6
14 8

23.6
14 7

29.7
15 i

32.6
15 2

34.6
15 1

32.5
16 6

37.7
17 1

43.9
34.2

53 4
38.1

43.3
35.0

47.6
35.6

64 3
43.9

50 1
35.8

47 3
36.4

49 5
34.9

49 6
35.9

51.6
36.1

534
37,8

63 5
43.3

98.6

101.1

104.0

101.2

108.3

101.1

97.2

98.0

100.7

99.6

105.7

117.5

1,083.3 1,105.9 1,106.7 1,122.0 1,169 2 1 149.6 1,144.1 1,158 3 1 175 8 1,188.2 1,209.4 1 252 8
872.0
323.2

888 9
334.8

886.1
320.6

900 8
335.3

937 4
363.2

917 6
340.3

917 9
337.4

924 8
338.9

937 2
347.0

942 6
347,7

951 4
348.6

986 4
379.2

548 8
93 8
35 6
82 0

554 1
97 3
37 3
82 4

565 5
98 7
38 9
82 9

565 6
98 0
39 9
83 3

574 1
104 6
43 2
84 1

577 3
103 4
43 6
84 9

580 4
95 6
44 1
86 5

585 9
101 5
45 g
86 2

590 3
104 9
46 2
87 4

594 9
109 8
47 7
88 1

602 9
117 4
52 1
88 5

607 1
125 6
53 7
87 1

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series—Continued
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks2-—Continued
Billions of dollars
1979

Account
1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank .
2 U.S. government
securities
3 Other securities
4 Loans excluding
interbank
5
Commercial and
industrial
6
Real estate
7
Individual
8
All other
9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank
1 1 Cash in vault
12 Cash itermi in process
of collection
13 Due from banks . . . . .
14 Other assets and
interbank loans
15 Total assets
16 Total deposits
17 Demand deposits
18 Time and savings
deposits
19 Borrowings3. 3
20 Other liabilities
21 Residual3

Apr.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

976.8

983.6

990.4 1,004.8 1,013.7 1,025.5 1,034.5 1,045.4 1,060,0 1,067.7 1,067.5 1,082.8

134.5
133.6

135.4
134 2

135.7
136 1

137.6
136,5

708 7

713,9

718 6

730 7

740.1

220.9
213 1
166.9
107 8

224.8
214 8
167.5
106 8

228.2
216 5
169.0
104 9

233.2
218 7
171.5
107 3

236.8
221 4
175.0
1069

140 0

147 6

135 8

139 5

159 1

29.8
15 2

29,7
15 0

30,0
15 2

33.9
15 6

54 7
40.3

599
42,9

54 0
36 5

105 5

104 7

101 6

May

137.2
136.4

June

July

135.7
137.0

Aug.

Sept.

137.5
136.5

136.2
138.8

138.8
139.4

752.7

760.7

770.4

240.8
225 1
176.5
110 3

241.8
228 4
178.0
112 5

243.5
231 5
181.6
113 9

147 1

140 3

32.8
160

32.6
16 3

51 7
38 2

65 9
44 5

100 5

98 5

139.1
140.8

140.2
141 3

781.9

787.9

7860

7992

248.9
234 8
183.5
114 7

250.2
238 3
185.0
114 3

248.5
240 1
185,1
112 3

254.3
241 9
186.2
116 7

145 5

148 2

160 5

157 9

146 5

29.6
160

33.7
16 8

31.6
166

34.1
16 5

34.7
18 1

28.4
17 8

56 8
41 4

53 7
41 1

54 3
40.8

595
40.5

64 5
45.4

61 4
43 8

62 5
37 8

100 8

101 9

104 4

110 9

112 1

111 3

123 1

141.6
142 0

1,222.3 1,235.9 1,227.8 1,244.7 1,271.2 1,273.5 1,276.8 1,295.3 1*319.2 1,340.3 1,336.7 1,352.5
960 8
347 6

9700
352 5

9562
335 7

964 8
348 5

976 0
358 2

971 9
352 8

9760
352 9

9834
352 7

997 6 1 024 8 1 018 8 1 032 5
377 5
358 8
3765
364 8

3984
111.7
63 8
85 9

402 5
111.9
65 4
88 6

404 0
115.1
665
89 9

400 9
123.4
666
90 0

402 5
131.8
71 2
92 2

403 0
136.8
71 4
93 3

405 0
136.8
71 4
92 6

414 5
140.1
774
94 3

425 7
146.6
79 3
95 7

441 0
136.8
82 0
96 7

449 2
134 8
864
96 7

451 7
139.6
81 9
98 5

19 80

1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank . 1,078.4 1,087.7 1,090.6 1,093.7 1,087.2 1,090.3 1,095.2 1,108.5 1,118.2 1,135.4 1,151.6 1,177.9
US. government
152 9
securities
1640
1695
142 0
144 4
145 9
145 8
149 9
147 0
156 6
158.8
160.0
3 Other securities
142 1
142 5
152 9
153 6
155 4
143 1
146 2
147 4
148 8
147 6
149 8
149 8
4 Loans excluding
interbank
794 2
800 7
801 5
792 5 793 0 793 5
802 2
809 6
822 6
834 1
852 9
801 7
5
Commercial and
264.7
270.4
industrial
257 8 260.4
277 3
282 9
252 8
2564
2594 259 9 256 8
257 5
244 3
247 2
255 4 258 0 259 7
6
Real estate
262 1
248 1 249 8
250 1 250 6 252 1 253 7
7
Individual
182 7
179.5
179.6
179 8
181 2
186.3
186.6
185 0
179 9
178 2
177.9
178.8
8
All other
110 8
1106
109 0
109 3
105 7
109 2
1100
114 6
117 3
1266
105 7
1067
2

9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank . . . .
1 1 Cash in vault
12 Cash items in process
of collection
13 Due from banks . . . . .
14 Other assets and
interbank loans . . . . .

148.3

149.9

153.9

168 5

172 8

1507

1540

148.0

155.4

154.4

173 5

191 3

28.3
17 2

30.6
17 0

34.2
167

33.2
16 6

37.9
17 7

29.5
17 2

32.2
17 5

29.0
18 1

31.1
17 7

31.7
18.2

30.4
16 8

28.4
199

58 8
43.9

58 7
43.6

59 8
43.3

68 6
50.1

68 9
48.5

58 0
46.0

59 6
44.7

55 7
45.2

60 8
45.8

58 7
45.8

72 2
54.2

82 6
60.4

119.6

122.7

121.7

136.0

140.2

143.8

143.8

151.0

155.6

152.6

153.2

168.8

15 Total assets

1,346.2 1,360.3 1,366.2 1,398.2 1,400.2 1,384.8 1,393.0 1,407.6 1,429.2 1,442.5 1,478.3 1,537.9

16
17
18
19
20
21
22

1,023.6 1,030.2 1,034.9 1,063.4 1,059.8 1,046.3 1,051.4 1,061.3 1,076.1 1,091.8 1,124.5 1,185.0
358.2
377.3
357.4
375.5
392.6 431.1
361.6
354.3
369.9
362.9
362.9 369.4
209.2 209.9
200.1
199.6
196.3
189.1
192.1
198.2
206.1
211.7
208.9 201.1
5046 522 9
552 8
461 9 472 5 484 3 497 0 497 8 490 7 482 4 489 2 496 8
158.4
156.0
142.0
143.7
140.9
145.1
153.3
151.9
158.0
159.4
164.4
162.8
88.4
84.4
88.2
902
84 3
82 3
83.8
83.3
869
87.0
80.8
82.8
108 5
96 3
98 2
1002
102 8
102 8
104 3
102 8
104 1
104 8
104 6
108 5

Total deposits
Demand deposits
Savings deposits
Time deposits
Borrowings
Other liabilities
Residual.




61

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series—Continued
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks2—Continued
Billions of dollars

1981
Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Loans and investment 4
excluding interbank . 1,166.8 1,168,0 1,170.4 1,187.0 1,192.8 1,202.4 1,205.2 1,211.5 1,231.3 1,228.7 1,238.4 1,256.7
U.S. government
177.8
176.5
176.6
171.5 176.8
175.7
177.6
170.5
172.7
171.0
175.9
174.9
securities
152.3
153.0
161.5 160.7
156.9
154 9
155 3
153.2
156.9
154.4
154.4
156 8
3 Other securities4
4 Loans excluding
895.2
905.5
919,2
882.0
898,7
8562
862 6 871 6 875.0
841.9
840.9
8426
interbank*
5
Commercial and
4
296.2
299.0
305.8
305.2
294.6
310.1 317.9
279.3
278.2
279.8
287.3
289.6
industrial
274.4
276.8
270.8
278.1 279.2 282.7
262.7
263.5
272.1
264.8
266.6
268.8
6
Real estate
183,2 186.1
183.0
180.2
183.1
180.0
180.5
181.8
179.4
1790
1794
179.8
7
Individual
133.7
126.0
128.2
120.0
126.2
126.8
133.0 132.5
119.0
122.8
124.4
8
All other4
119.8
2

9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank . . . .
1 1 Cash in vault
12 Cash items in process
of collection
13 Due from banks
14 Other assets and
interbank loans

156 8

162 8

163 9

179 5

179 3

170 3

161 8

174.9

197 5

157 5

171.4

182.2

25.2
18,7

30.4
18,5

31.8
17.7

38.4
18.7

25.5
19.3

25.8
18.9

27.5
19.5

26.0
20.0

27.6
19.2

26.0
19.7

26.9
18.3

28.8
22.0

60,4
52.5

62.1
51,8

63.1
51 3

67.3
55 1

73.4
61 0

64.4
61 1

57.4
57.3

61.3
67.5

75.1
75 7

55.3
56.5

66.1
60.1

68.3
63.1

1544

163.6

167 8

169 8

160 1

1682

157.6

161.3

1770

167.5

184.5

200.2

1 5 Total assets4

1,478.0 1,494.4 1,502.1 1,536.4 1,532.1 1,541.0 1,524.6 1,547.7 1,605.9 1,553.7 1,594,3 1,639.2

16
17
18
19
20
21
22

1 125 0 1 131 2 1 135 7 1 1502 1 168 3 1 163 5 1 154 3 1 174.9 1,217 2 1 170.8 1,199,3 1,233.8
322.2
337.0 361.9
340.6
375.9
351 0 345 4
345 3 356 3 360 1 3502 332.0
220.0
208.7
213.9 220.1 222.3 220.1 219.6 217.7 215.4 214.6 212.0 215.7
636.6
646.6
652.0
618.8
626.8
565.3
571.9 570 3 571 6 588 0 593 7 604.6
181.7 192,7
161.4
179.6
171.4
177.1
166.1
157.0
164.1
164.8
180.7
157.5
87.1
87.5
93.3
90.6
92.3
934
924
904
94.7
93 3
91.6
92.0
1200 122,1
1142
115 1
112 1
114 0
118 3
1167
108 9
108 3
115 6
1070

Total deposits
Demand deposits
Savings deposits
Time deposits
Borrowings
Other liabilities
Residual

1982
1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank . 1,250.5 1,260.0 1,274.1 1,279.8 1,288.2 1,301.5 1,298.8 1,304.0 1,321.6 1,326,4 1,329.2 1,353.5
2 US, government
178.7
183.7
184.4
187.5
179.2
180.4
190.9 197.3
179.2
184.1
190,1
securities
181,8
160,2
161.3 168.2
159.5
1604
1634
158.3
3 Other securities
15818
159.3
158.9
159.6
161 0
4 Loans excluding
interbank
913.0
931 9 938 3 945 6 959.1
956.2
976.0
959.9 974.7
921.6
976.9
988.0
5
Commercial and
344.4
352.8
344.2
352.3
334.4
352.0
355.5
339.9
345.4
industrial
318,9
323.3
330.0
282.5
295.5
295.7
295.1 294.9
6
Real estate
285.0
2869
288 1 289 5 291 4 291.3 292.8
182 5
182 3
183 3
187 9
187 6
7
Individual
183 7
188 0
191 6
183 3
185 0
184 9
185 8
8
All other
127.8
140.5
139.8
137.2
130.8
132 8
132 5
141.5 145.2
133 0
137 3
135.7
9 Total cash assets
10 Balances at Federal
Reserve Bank . . . .
1 1 Cash in vault
12 Cash items in process
of collection
13 Due from banks
14 Other assets and
interbank loans
15 Total assets
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

163.4

159.7

172 0

162 2

1634

176.9

165.0

171.3

167.0

172,0

180.1

200.8

31.3
19.8

26.0
19.6

26.8
18 8

26.9
19 8

23.0
20.0

19.8
20.1

26.7
20,5

27.9
20.4

18.4
20.5

25.0
20.6

23.4
19.0

26.5
23.1

54.7
57.7

55.7
58,4

63 5
62.8

55 5
60.0

56 1
64.4

67 1
69.9

53.4
64.4

55,4
67.7

59,4
68.7

56.7
69.8

64.0
73.7

68.2
83.0

187.4

192.2

209.9

197.4

199.3

211.8

214.3

221.4

226.0

226.0

229.3

246.1

1,601.3 1,611.8 1,656.0 1,639.3 1,650.9 1,690.2 1,678.1 1,696.7 1,714,7 1,724.3 1,738.6 1,800.4

Total deposits
1,199.4 1,206.6 1,243.1 1,222.8 1,235.6 1,275.5 1,256.9 1,269.0 1,279,8 1,288.4 1,304.4 1,349.0
320.5
315.1
312.2
313.6
343.0
Demand deposits. . . . .
360.5
313,0
336.7
313.9
320,1 323.6 335.0
220.2
Savings deposits
220.7
242.2
294.3
224.7
235.6
227.5
224.3
225.2
226.5
227.0 228.3
Time deposits
658.2
731.4 729.2
671.3
678 9 684 6 6967 706,0
727.2
694.2
719.9 729.0
194.5
Borrowings
193.7
192 1
199 5 216 5
1980
198 8
203 4
197 4
205 8
198 6 205,4
92.3
Other liabilities
88.1
93 3
91 6
94 9
98 9
104 1
108 0
107 8
104 7
104.4
99 3
Residual
119 2
119 3
125 1
120 8
121 6
126 6
127 0
123 1
123 7
123 8
126 0
124 5

62



16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series—Continued
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks2—Continued
Billions of dollars
1983

Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar,

Apr.

May

July

June

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Loans and investment
excluding interbank . 1,352.8 1,354.6 1,371.3 1,383.6 1,390.5 1,413.4 1,416.1 1,435.8 1,445.6 1,461.8 1,482.1 1,504.3
2 U.S. government
2044 209 6 2190 224.1 229.8
248.7
248.0
234 5 232 7 2349 238,8 245.4
securities
169,2
167.7
172.3
175.9
170.3
173.1
169.4
3 Other securities
166.2
172.2
171.0
169.6
168.0
4 Loans excluding
977.4
interbank
986.1
990.0
991.6 1,009.5 1,013.2 1,027.8 1,034.5 1,045,3 1,061.1 1,080.4
980.4
5
Commercial and
364.2
367.4
354.4
355.0
373.2
381.3
360.6
363.0
359.0
industrial
357.2
357,3
355.9
324.9
321.5
297 8
298 5 2997
327.2
309 8
314 3 317.9
6
Real estate
301,8
303.6
306 8
191.2
187.7
212.4
217.4
196.8
7
Individual
188.6
205.0
208.6
189.9
188.9
201.6
194.3
139 3
136 3
1546
8
All other
1406
147.5
147.8
1409
141,0
150.6
1460
148 9
1494
181.3
198.8
207.0
192.2
9 Total cash assets
181.9
175.0
179.3
182.4
179.8
195.5
183.9
192.6
10 Balances at Federal
25.3
27.2
19.9
24.0
20.0
21.6
16.7
25.3
23.6
Reserve Bank
18.9
21.1
21.9
20.4
204
204
23.4
22,3
21 1
21 4
11 Cash in vault
19 9
20.9
20.6
20.5
20 8
12 Cash items in process
55 9
of collection
674
73 0
64 3
68.5
61 4
569
56.6
597
56.2
603
67 1
79.7
13 Due from banks
83.8
90.8
78.9
80.6
81,0
76.9
83.2
79.6
85,8
80.9
83,6
14 Other assets and
245 4 249 4 245 4 240 9 2330 2384 240 1 242 2 237.2 237,6 245.6
237.4
interbank loans
15 Total assets

1,779.5 1,802.8 1,798.6 1,806.9 1,803.4 1,843.9 1,840.1 1,870.5 1,857.8 1,878.6 1,923.2 1,948.7

16
17
18
19
20
21
22

1,327.3 1,354.6 1,360.8 1,356.2 1,358.7 1,388.8 1,383.8 1,406.1 1,394.2 1,406.1 1,446.3 1,468,1
320 1 334 2
3302
329 1 355.7
368 5
332 0
342 1 325 7
341 7
3269 3222
416.2
444.5 447.3 454.7 456.6
424.6
437.1 441 4 443,7
359.3
392.6
444.8
6430
627 9 6144 604 8
647 8
635.9
5994 605 7 608 1 619 1 6240 6297
221.7
214.1
216.5
208.2
224.7
220.9
215.2
212.1
217.7
219 1 215.4
215.6
103.1
108.4
106.9
99.0
101.8
116,3
122.3
104.3
110,6
100.7
101.1
97.9
128.7
128.7
144.1
140.9
128.5
133.7
143.0
136.6
138,6
135 3
139.6
131.9

Total deposits
Demand deposits
Savings deposits
Time deposits
Borrowings
Other liabilities
Residual

19 84

1 Loans and securities7 . . . 1,591.8 1,620.9 1,619.0 1,642.8 1,663.2 1,671.0 1,676.7 1,688.4 1,707,4 1,728.5 1,726.7 1,765.4
2 Investment securities. .
379.8
381.5
381.1
378.7
375.3 374.5
367.5
370.5
371.2
369.1
369,8
367.9
3
U.S. government
242 5 243 1 241 4 238 5 2384 236.1
242 8
237 9
245 7 246.2
securities5
245.8
235.8
4
Other5
132 9
137 0
132 6
135 8
129 8
130 7
132 8
131 4
131 6
131 5
131 8
135 0
5 Trading account assets
16.8
22.9
16.9
15.7
20.0
14.6
20,9
22.5
17.0
19.9
18.8
21.9
57
1,195.2 1,222.5 1,220.8 1,244.3 1,269.2 1,281.8 1,289.8 1,299.4 1,316,6 1,338.0 1,337.3 1,372.1
6 Total loans
7
Interbank loans7 . . . .
95.5
96.1
103.3
90.0
96.2
89.8
102,8
95.2
97,6
94.7
99.9
86.8
8
Loans excluding
interbank5
1,105.4 1,126.9 1,134.0 1,154.3 1,172.9 1,187.1 1,194.6 1,201.8 1,216.7 1,234.7 1,241.2 1,269.3
9
Commercial and
industrial
377.0
430.2
386.5
418.7 423.0
392.7
400.0 407.4 412.9
424.7
414.5
414.0
334.1
10
Real estate
342.2
330,1
372.1
369.1
362.3
365.5
337.6
346.1
353.1 358.0
3505
6
217.0
11
Individual
224.0
228.3 232 6 235 1 239.8 243.1 246.9
249.4
255,3
218.6
219.6
12
All other
192 5
191 1
198.0
211 7
181 3
187 6
189 6
192 4
191 1
199 3
184 0
188 1
177.2
190.7
175.1
190.3
166.7
13 Total cash assets
176.6
169.0
169.5
177.9
176.8
165.9
173 2
14 Reserves with Federal
17.4
Reserve Banks . . .
19.2
21.0
14.0
16.7
18.0
18,4
17.4
17.1
15,8
21.5
19.7
15 Cash in vault . .
21 1
206
23.9
21 4
22 2
207
21 2
22 3
23 3
21 6
21 6
21 8
16 Cash items in process
of collection
605
69 1
66,3
69 9
622
65 8
76 3
75 7
605
63 0
60 1
63 5
17 Demand balances at
U.S. depository
32,1
institutions . . . . . .
29.4
28.6
32 9
294
27 9
30.7
30.0
282
29,4
28.6
33.5
1 8 Other cash assets
43 9
41 3
37,5
37 7
37 5
409
409
41 3
39 3
38 3
39 2
40 1
19 Other assets7

138 9

146 5

145 7

143 6

139 0

141 5

138 9

140 6

141 2

147 9

139 7

142 1

20 Total assets/total liabili1,905.7 1,944.6 1,934.2 1,964.3 1,992.9 1,985.7 1,982.3 1,995.0 2,017.6 2,053.1 2,043.2 2,097.8
ties and capital
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

Deposits
1 430 8 1 462 0 1 4564 1 464 9 1 501 7 1 492 5 1 495 4 1 500 3 1 510 9 1 539 1 1 538 0 1 587 8
427.4
449.7
Transaction deposits8, .
456.2
434.5
456.2 439.6
441.1
446.8
484.5
434.8 433,7
435.9
370.5
370.7
368,7
Savings deposits8
385.2
361.0
366,3
367.5
368.6
377.1
364.2
363,9
370.1
714.1
642.4
646,0
Time dejjosits ...
702.4
712.8
651.4
655,1
674.9
718.1
693.1
684.3
711.1
Borrowings
233.0
240.9
243.5
251.3
227.2 241.9
232.5
243.1
232.9
229 6 228 0 236.0
113.4
Other liabilities
122,3
114.7
123.9
106.5
123 5
121 5
124 4
1197
120.5
119 3
120.8
Residual (assets less
142.1
135.3
143.4
136.1
137.4
liabilities)
143.4
136.0
136.8
134.8
142.0
139.3
139.1




63

17. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Assets and liabilities, 19841
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

1 Cash and balances due from

depository institutions

9

Total loans, leases* and securities, net

3

U S Treasury and government agencies
Trading account
Investment account by maturity
One year or less
One through five years . . . .
Over five years
Other securities
.
Trading account
Investment account
States and political subdivisions, by maturity
One year or less
Over one year
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities
Other trading account assets

4
5
6
7
8
Q

10

11

12

n

14

15
16

17 Federal funds sold2
18 To commercial banks

19
^0
*>!
99

93

24
?S
^6
97
9R

29
30
31
^9

33
34
35
36
37
3X

To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities . .
To others
Other loans and leases gross3
Other loans gross3
Commercial and industrial3
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper ,
All other
U S addressees
Non-U.S. addressees
Real estate loans3
To individuals for personal expenditures . . .
To depository and financial institutions . . .
Commercial banks in the United States . . .
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank depositories and other financial
institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities. . . .
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other .
Lease financing receivables
LFSS- Unearned income
Loan and lease reserve3
Other loans and leases, net3
All other assets

30
40
41
4?
43
44 Total assets
45 Demand deposits
46
47

48
4<»
50
51
59

53
54
55
56

57
58
59
60
61
6?
63
64

Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
States and political subdivisions
U S government . . . .
Depository institutions in United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
Certified and officers' checks
Transaction balances other than demand deposits
Nontransaction balances
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations. .
States and political subdivisions
U.S. government
Depository institutions in the United States
Foreign governments, official institutions and banks
Liabilities for borrowed money
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury tax-and-loan notes
All other liabilities for borrowed money4. . . .
Other liabilities and subordinated notes and
debentures

Jan. 4

116,472

Jan. 11 Jan. 18 Jan. 25 |Feb. 1 j Feb. 8
99,256

99,326

89,738

93,616

81,839

Feb. 15 ! Feb. 22 Feb. 29
92,278

92,639

86,714

743,401 733,865 733,962 725,667 741,036 734,204 746,832 736,044 745,105
81 228
9,713
71 515
19,697

38061
13 757
49,724
4 322
45,402
41,244
5 442
35,803
4,157
2,214

80695
10,359
70336
19,388
37 471
13 477
49,187
3 779
45,407
41,342
5 377
35,965
4,065
2,156
45 888
32 383
8,988
4,516
570266
558 774
221 982
2,846
219 136
212 172
6,964

48 611
34 881
9,712
4,018
575 906
564435
224 753
3,420
221 333
214 374
6,959
144220 144 573
91,771 91,588
41,960 40,501
8,999
8,695
7,595
6,831
25,365
14,515
7,473
21,472
4,656
13 616
11,471
5 157
9 124
561,625
148,362
1,008,23*>
213,747
160,854
5,640
1,632
27 989
7,321
906
9406
34,781
412 405
382,838
17,095
383
9 008
3,081
186 920
384
10,222
176,314

80279
11,150
69 128
18,433
37 346
13 349
48,750
3 372
45,378
41,272
5 323
35,949
4,106
2,569
46 196
33 302
8,841
4,053
570 485
559 Wl
221 559
3,041
218 518
211 615
6,902
144 820
91,743
40,658
9,203
6,939

79547
11,009
68 538
17,852
37 244
13 441
48,508
3 184
45,324
41,244
5 281
35,962
4,080
2,597

41 622
28 310
9,179
4,133
567,736
556 286
220 594
2,882
217 712
210 932
6,780
145 019
91,948
39,394
8,729
6,564

81 707
12,710
68 997
18,196
37 344
13456
48,227
3 161
45,066
40,954
5,321
35,633
4,112
2,532
49 785
33 862
10,542
5,381
573,254
561 769
221 890
3,055
218 834
212 092
6,743
145 287
91,928
40,681
8,527
6,896

24,974 24,516 24,102 25,258
14,564 14,237 13,993 15,097
7,244
7,234
7,309
7,248
21,655 21,814 21,808 22,102
4,700
4,629
4,581
4,656
11 974 12,347 11,631 12,849
11,493 11,478 11,449 11,485
5 164
5 177
5,166
5,119
9 350
9 162
9 139
9 176
555,940 556,169 553,393 558,785
139,523 138,460 132,268 137,074
972,645 971,749 947,674 971,727
186,991 184,222 172,342 186,113
143,194 138,755 131,868 139,110
4,908
5,104
4,916
5,455
1,730
1,104
2,250
3,649
21 147 21 579 20 360 23 988
5,421
6,322
5,992
6,536
942
789
857
876
9044
8 353
8 226
7 189
33,935 33,012 31,696 32,664
412 672 409 180 408,611 409,188
382,829 380,682 380,135 380,699
17,572 17,367 17,622 17,604
388
400
384
395
7,604
7,683
8 908
7,805
2,974
2,927
2,866
2,807
181 679 190679 183 498 189,934
2,824
48
976
1,830
8,458 11,776 16,182 16,255
171,391 176,080 167,268 172,702

82 694
13,072
69 622
18,320
37 818
13 485
47,914
2 954
44,960
40,813
5,149
35,663
4,147
2,065
51 897
37 100
10,692
4,105
576,892
565 326
223,140
3,097
220,044
213,319
6,725
145 849
92,150
40,369
8,512
7,149

78 748
9,646
69 102
18,032
37,968
13 102
47,870
2 997
44,872
40,756
5,178
35,577
4,116
2,008
44 504
29 681
10,574
4,249
577,597
566 088
224,414
3,274
221,140
214,423
6,717
146000
92,354
40,868
8,893
7,644

81 544
1 1 ,794
69 750
18,063
38,796
12 891
47,861
3 144
44,717
40,602
5,062
35,540
4,115
1 ,995
48 147
32,068
10,084
5,995
580,289
568 764
227,562
3,423
224,139
217,491
6,648
146,209
92,840
40,177
8,726
7,172

24,602 24,709 24,331
15,023 16,552 15,214
7,234
7,260
7,278
22,076 22,147 22,585
4,694
4,680
4,662
11,6H4 13,178 12,712
11,507 11,566 11,509
5,134
5,138
5,152
9521
9493
9 531
557,893 562,261 562,914
136,732 135,588 132,513
952,775 974,698 961,196
170,310 188,728 180,698
130,498 142,599 136,089
5,077
4,541
4,968
2,208
2,730
1,295
19,174 22,131 23,366
5,620
6,689
6,923
787
880
998
8 732
7480
6951
32,830 32,506 32,156
408,807 409,406 409,536
380,220 380,638 380,657
17,874 18,214 18,388
392
413
395
7,517
7,365
7,273
2,801
2,796
2,804
186,814 188,762 185,738
40
1,774
12
10,640 13,279 16,436
176,134 173,709 169,289

24,279
15,528
7,285
22,390
4,531
12,241
11,525
5,166
9565
565,557
138,261
970,080
185,618
140,397
5,447
2,446
22,624
6,376
969
7,360
32,510
411,248
382,613
18,296
401
7,164
2,774
183,601
576
16,207
166,818

81 036
11,321
69 715
18,603
37 519
13 593
47,679
2 728
44,951
40,789
5,190
35,599
4,162
2,348
45 248
31 283
9,760
4,204
572,548
561 041
223 342
3,220
220 122
213,439
6,683
145 459
91,989
39,540
8,435
6,504

66 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)5 . . .

95 095 91 936 89535 86579 88462 88,810 90,039 87,900 91,486
942,949 907,213 906,629 882,727 906,360 887,572 909,442 896,028 904,464
65,287 65,431 65,120 64,947 65,366 65,202 65,256 65,168 65,616

MEMO
67 Total loans and leases (gross) and investments
adjusted6
68 Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted3 6
69 Time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more
70 Loans sold outright to affiliates total7
71 Commercial and industrial
79 Other
73 Nontransaction savings deposits (including MMDAs).

713 802
580,637
147,670
2 390
1,783
607
151,183

65 Total liabilities

64



707 114
575,076
147,067
2 530
1,931
599
151,219

705 774
574,176
143,781
2 457
1,861
595
150,676

702 971
572,319
143,154
2 418
1,827
592
150,714

713 116
580,650
142,247
2 417
1,839
577
151,637

709,141
578,078
141,227
2 425
1,825
600
152,209

715 851
583,178
141,071
2478
1,869
610
152,945

712 154
583,528
141,411
2 531
1,900
631
152,824

719042
587,642
142,005
2 518
1,912
6'?6
153,724

17. AH large weekly reporting commercial banks—Assets and liabilities, 19841—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account
1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions .
2 Total loans, leases, and securities, net
3 U S Treasury and government agencies
4 Trading account
5 Investment account by maturity
, ...
6
One year or less
7
One through five years
8
Over five years
9 Other securities
10 Trading account
1 1 Investment account .
12
States and political subdivisions, by maturity
13
One year or less.
14
Over one year
15
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities. . .
16 Other trading account assets
17 Federal funds sold2
18 To commercial banks
19 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
20 To others
21 Other loans and leases gross3
22 Other loans, gross3
23
Commercial and industrial3
24
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper . .
25
All other
26
U S addressees
27
Non-U S addressees
28
Real estate loans3
29
To individuals for personal expenditures .
30
To depository and financial institutions . .
31
Commercial banks in the United States
32
Banks in foreign countries
33
Nonbank depositories and other financial
institutions
34
For purchasing and carrying securities
35
To finance agricultural production
36
To states and political subdivisions
37
To foreign governments and official institutions .
38
All other
39 Lease financing receivables
40 LFSS- Unearned income
41
Loan and lease reserve3
42 Other loans and leases net3
43 All other assets
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64

Total assets
Demand dejjosits
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
States and political subdivisions
U.S. government
Depository institutions in United States. . . .
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
Certified *md officers* checks
Transaction balances other than demand deposits . . .
Nontransaction balances
Individuals partnerships and corporations
States and political subdivisions
U.S. government
Depository institutions in the United States
Foreign governments, official institutions and banks
Liabilities ibr borrowed money
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks . . .
Treasury tax-and-loan notes
All other liabilities for borrowed money4
Other liabilities and subordinated notes and
debentures
65 Total liabilities
.

66 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)5
MEMO
67 Total loans and leases (gross) and investments
adjusted6
68 Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted3'6
69 Time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more
70 Loans sold outright to affiliates, total7
71 Commercial and industrial
72 Other
73 Nontransaction savings deposits (including MMDAs).




Mar. 7 Mar. 14 Mar. 21 Mar. 28 Apr 4 Apr. 11 Apr. 18 Apr 25

May 2

86,204 83,341
739,289 739,691
80,157 79,894
11,344 11,080
68,813 68,814
18,142 18,492
37,406 37,025
13,264 13,297
47,680 47,930
3,875
3,573
44,108 44,055
40,006 39,859
4,825
4,775
35 182 35 084
4,101
4,196
2,048
2,086
41 412 42 442
27,441 27,531
9 180
9 869
4,792
5,042
582,772 582,115
571,244 570,629
231,578 231,453
3,523
3,374
228,055 228,079
221 622 221 592
6487
6433
147,468 147 245
93,017 93,577
39,043 38,489
7,907
7,826
6,675
6,866

90,744 87,333 91,212 91,222
749,222 748,256 753,885 753,337
80,350 80,343 81,172 79,784
11,708 11,984 12,934 11,944
68 642 68,359 68,238 67,839
18,316 18,154 17,997 18,162
37 073 36950 36,796 36,180
13,252 13,255 13,444 13,497
47,428 47,084 49,004 49,003
3 549
5,479
5,438
3 926
43,502 43,535 43,566 43,524
39,443 39,442 39,467 39,375
4,837
4,637
4,890
4,629
34 814 34 804 34 577 34 538
4,094
4,099
4,060
4,148
2,709
2,329
2,438
2,126
47 340 47 675 43,227 43,419
32,184 33,206 28,801 28,894
9 573
10 157
9 384
9 561
5,085
4,864
4,998
4,953
586406 585,668 592,308 593,330
574,901 574,176 580,811 581,818
233 454 233,311 235,335 235,586
3,168
3,185
3,371
3,110
230,083 230,143 232,150 232,476
223 461 223 764 225 801 226 297
6,349
6622
6,179
6 380
147,500 147,794 148,211 148,470
93,725 93,993 94,513 95,292
39,454 39,331 40,504 40,151
8,632
8,053
8,884
8,277
6,824
6,845
6,629
6,801

93,850
757,721

24,462
12 844
7,388
22 935
4,749
12,220
11 529
5 171
9,61C
567 991
132,388
957,882
171,514
131,617
4 648
1 105
20,317
5 698

23 797
12 527
7 336
23 184
4,726
12,091
11 486
5 22C
9 556
567 339
138 044
961,077
176,097
134,158
4 237
1 736
21,31C
6 292

24,577
12 794
7,397
23 198
4,569
12,809
11 506
5 144
9486
571 775
143,896
983,863
187,409
140,939
4 609
3 624
22,643
5 724

24,425 25,071
12 566 13 733
7,355
7,424
23 222 23 535
4,458
4,557
12,144 12,978
11,492 11,497
5 056
5 175
9,480
9,466
571 028 577 772
142,817 139,276
978,406 984,373
183,434 184,988
140,594 140,577
5 017
4 941
2 504
3 91C
20,431 21,009
5,982
5 875

24,962
13 733
7,493
23 714
4,585
13,361
11,584
5 024
9,656
582 517
141,449
993,020
185,492
140,823
5 854
1 307
22,120
6,273

7 268
7 262
7 632
7 739
33,41C 33,117 32,945 32,626
412 72C 412 977 413 317 415 357
384 008 384 013 384 329 385 964
18 364 18 306 18,401 18 77C)
392
39*
366>
398
7,333
7,321
7,058
7,396>
2,874
2,894t
2,862
2,926
184,768 184,244 181,159 178 152
3C1
1 929
203
61
6902 13,032 10 63$>
10 151
174 581 175 413 167 925 167 452

9 068
35,147
415 597
386 82*
18,134
368
7,42$
2,842,
181,306>
6C)
3 382
177 8641-

8,282
8 132
7 755
8 166
35,076 35,584 32,985 33,236
415 895 414,373 413,443 414,652
386 728 385 111 384,117 385,503
18,282 18,277 18,518 18,405

82,570 96,136
739,818 741,871
80995 81,635
1 1 ,247 11,863
69 748 69,772
18,151 18,267
38,420 38,183
13,176 13,322
48,146 48,458
3 845
3 609
44,537 44,613
40,442 40,505
4,855
4,859
35 583 35 650
4,107
4,095
2,067
2,240
43 847 45 141
29 625 31,045
8 910
9 041
5,311
5,056
579 396 579 382
567,864 567,858
229 114 228 847
3,297
3,811
225 302 225,551
218 822 219 055
6496
6480
146 467 147,273
92,765 92,929
39,655 38,505
8,484
8,026
6,652
6,371
24 52C
13 448
7 315
22 388
4,537
12,174
11 532
5 15C
9 656
564 59C
139 248
961,635
174,434
134.12C>
4 345
2 043
19,973
5 866

818

24,107
14 237
7,358
22 502
4,551
11,656
11 524
5 167
9 645
564 570
13l'$57
969,864
180,154
138,551
4 392
2 445
20,166
6076

786

868

734

802

88C

814

372

376

24,423
14,205
7,449
23,726
4,678
12,260
11,512
5,09C
9,547
578,693
136,048
980,608
178,931
136,857
4,739
2,818
19,428
5,95C

856

371

79,107
12,039
67,068
18,074
35,676
13,318
49,537
6,060
43,477
39,326
4,820
34506
4,151
2,754
43 806
28,336
10454
5,016
597,198
585,614
237,566
3,423
234,143
227 870
6,273
148,438
95,944
40,778
8,976
6,840

948

360

6,998
7,073
7,336
7,19?
3,311
3,175
3,415
3,439
> 190,422 190,392
182,934 185,336
170
5,601
2 03C}
4C1
2,573 10,573 16,653 16,781
178 33C> 174,723 168,168 173,441

90,65C) 93,608 93,55C1 93 585) 98,09'' 94,446> 97,782 98,638 102,360
895,982 , 904,101 892,486f 895,823( 917,55'JP 911,785' 918,0651 914,42C> 926,132
65 65q 65 764 65 396 65 254I 66 306> 66 621 66,308 66,188 66,888
716 51*
585 134L
143,02C)
2,54(>
1 951
59*>
154,035>

717 612
585 452
142,742
2,49C>
1 929
561
154,251

718,724 719 IK) 723 6ie>
588 838 589 20C) 593 505)
142,456> 143,26<> 142,21"i
3,01C)
3,102
3 06(>
i 9r 1 932 1,88^I
1 134I
1 21*J
1 09^
154,694I 155,735) 156,99!>

721,413
591 86C}
141,805
3,095
1,886>
1 20$)
157,738\

730,988
598,102
141,07C)
3,092,
1,88"
1,20!
156,391

730,198
598,972
141,60"
3,22C)
1,995>
1,22C )
154,82"'

735,090
603,692
142,369
3,126
1,983
1,144
155,132

65

17* All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Assets and liabilities, 19841—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73

Cash and balances due from depository institutions ,
Total loans, leases, and securities, net
U.S. Treasury and government agencies
Trading account
Investment account, by maturity
One year or less
One through five years
Over five years
Other securities
Trading account
Investment account
States and political subdivisions, by maturity. .
One year or less
Over one year
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities ..
Other trading account assets .
Federal funds sold2
To commercial banks
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
To others
Other loans and leases, gross3
Other loans, gross3
Commercial and industrial3
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper .
All other
U.S. addressees
Non-US, addressees
Real estate loans3
To individuals for personal expenditures
To depository and financial institutions....
Commercial banks in the United States..
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank depositories and other financial
institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states ana political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions.
All other
Lease financing receivables
LESS: Unearned income
Loan and lease reserve3
Other loans and leases, net3
All other assets
Total assets
Demand deposits
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
States and political subdivisions
U.S. government
Depository institutions in United States
Banks in foreign countries
Foreign governments and official institutions
Certi:
ified and officers' checks
Transaction balances other than demand deposits . ..
Nontransaction balances
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
States and political subdivisions
U.S. government
Depository institutions in the United States
Foreign governments, official institutions and banks
Liabilities for borrowed money
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury tax-and-loan notes
All other liabilities for borrowed money4
Other liabilities and subordinated notes and
debentures
Total liabilities
Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)5
MEMO
Total loans and leases (gross) and investments
adjusted6
Tptal loans and leases (gross) adjusted3'6
Time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates, total7
Commercial and industrial
Other
Nontransaction savings deposits (including MMDAs).

66



May 9 May 16 May 23 May 3oJ June 6 | June 13 | June 20 June 27 j July 4
90,155
756,877
77,482
10,792
66,689
17,522
35,817
13,350
48,891
5,449
43,442
39,287
4,778
34,508
4,155
2,433
46,563
31,974
9,364
5,225
596,274
584,695
239,921
3,626
236,295
230,015

91,456 86,006 96,530 87,568 86,767 97,025 86,648 105,487
759,146 758,622 761,899 766,657 759,578 764,932 759,693 771,399

73,802
8,692
65,110
17,314
34,951
12,845
46,125
4,443
41,682
37,998
3,904
34,094
3,684
2,358
48,552
34,830
9,173
4,549
615,729
603,957
245,050
4,261
240,789
234,472
6,317
150,677
99,190
42,591
10,112
669
,0

6,280
148,532
96,010
39,789
8,105
6,425

77,033
11,019
66,014
17,042
35,933
13,039
48,497
5,041
43,456
39,239
4,728
34,511
4,217
1,949
4,0
646
30,855
10,091
5,460
6006
0,7
588,481
241,375
3,494
237,882
231,476
6,405
148,848
96,578
40,815
'--9,440
6,498

76,436 78,091
10,973 12,403
65,462 65,689
16,640 17,015
35,800 35,737
13,023 12,936
48,209 48,090
4,579 4,446
43,630 43,644
39,372 39,422
4,753 4,801
34,619 34,622
4,258 4,222
1,902
1,920
46,248 45,103
30,860 30,371
9,573 8,959
5,816
5,773
600,728 603,571
589,190 592,010
241,252 240,388
3,502 3,774
237,750 236,614
231,306 230,295
6 4 4 6,319
,4
149,061 149,168
96,858 97,296
40,593 41,750
•• —
—
9,408 9,949
6,462 6,475

76,343
10,624
65,719
17,434
35,472
12,812
47,986
4,643
43,343
39,320
4,769
34,551
4,023
2,304
4,4
946
36,770
8,341
4,335
605,561
593,912
241,721
3,522
238,200
232,026
6,174
149,511
97,568
41,602
9,549
6,600

74,895
9,582
65,314
16,955
35,510
12,849
47,585
4,321
43,264
39,274
4,646
34,628
3,991
2,266
44,717
31,812
8,159
4,746
605,111
593,466
241,619
3,786
237,833
231,607
6,226
150,131
97,965
41,144
9,883
6,193

25,258
11,973
7,587
23,940
4,675
12,267
11,579
5,057
9,709
581,508
142,097
989,129
173,998
133,760
4,424
1,068
20,365
6,106
857
7,418
33,210
417,845
388,348
18,740
347
7,188
3,221
196,129
2,078
13,823
180,228

24,878
12,455
7,575
23,843
4,547
12,444
11,596
5,080
9,736
585,260
142,259
992,861
187,556
141,930
4,867
2,464
22,514
6,263
1,087
8,430
32,981
420,491
390,105
19,162
343
7,356
3,526
183,162
4,827
3,303
175,032

24,722
13,050
7,578
23,995
4,377
12,426
11,538
5,110
9,792
585,827
136,744
981,372
172,513
132,688
4,526
2,077
19,523
6,015
792
6,892
32,390
424,737
393,406
19,759
347
7,911
3,314
182,192
2,416
564
179,213

25,454
14,271
7,632
24,655
4,348
12,601
11,649
5,089
9,894
590,577
140,955
995,180
180,178
137,759
4,669
1,879
21,133
6,346
790
7,601
34,374
428,781
397,941
19,074
322
7,970
3,474
188,332
3,915
2,748
181,669

25,067 25,136 24,767 25,870
13,622 13,883 13,060 14,236
7,736
7,723 7,711
7,656
24,808 24,963 25,090 25,758
4,402 4;340
4,723
4,412
12,109 12,430 12,656 13,996
11,645 11,657 11,679 11,772
5,141
5,132
5,117
5,118
9,882 9,847 10,049
9,879
590,115 592,950 593,993 600,562
138,042 139,680 141,288 146,195
984,388 1,001,637 987,629 1,023,081
180,245 180,481 177,248 204,438
140,463 136,657 134,681 153,664
5,041
4,708
5,438
4,261
1,417
4 0 6 2,295
,6
1,366
19,904 21,381 20,994 27,510
6,216
5,773
6,519
5,619
771
815
797
1,140
6,901
7,581
7,681
8,751
33,545 32,668 31,944 34,406
429,395 428,866 431,390 432,310
398,484 397,659 399,560 401,589
19,370 19,258 19,442 19,034
303
316
311
329
8,372
8,144
7,746
8,080
3,492
3,278
3,488 3,705
178,153 195,698 178,999 183,121
4,445
3,690 2,466
1,950
2,066 15,719 10,751
2,459
174,137 176,288 165,782 176,217

25,326
14,385
7,559
24,189
4,384
12,890
11,560
5,107
9,769
588,695
135,470
993,899
184,993
140,745
4,623
1,076
22,563
6,586
844
8,557
32,654
426,965
395,722
19,547
324
8,106
3,264
181,774
1,857
2,960
176,956

73,471
8,330
65,141
17,004
35,350
12,786
46,675
4,002
42,673
38,981
4,410
34,571
3,692
2,266
49,571
36,261
8,655
4,654
607,963
596,306
243,912
3,607
240,305
234,217
6,088
150,454
98,507
40,031
8,964
5,931

73,296
8,221
65,075
16,609
35,557
12,909
46,750
4,107
42,644
38,978
4,407
34,572
3,665
2,266
43,388
29,376
8,878
5,133
608,981
597,302
2444
4,4
3,910
240,534
234,364
6,170
150,630
9,0
906
40,365
-'
"
9,414
6,184

100,804 101,595 102,043 100,206 95,290 95,027 96,261 100,558 101,714
921,986 925,784 913,876 926,593 926,955 916,365 933,973 920,138 955,989
67,143 67,077 67,496 67,306 68,224 68,023 67,664 67,491 67,092
731,563
602,757
144,721
3,125
1,964
1,161
155,454

733,667
606,187
146,758
3,122
2,005
1,116
155,685

733,255
6678
0,0
151,143
2,549
1,933
616
155,290

736,455
608,354
152,834
2,518
1,914
603
155,421

735,321
608,688
153,392
2,557
1,952
605
155,894

732,879
608,133
154,496
2,618
1,922
696
155,273

734,720
612,308
154,240
2,675
1,972
702
154,446

735,890
613,578
156,830
2,741
2,027
714
154,060

741,624
619,339
156,171
2,753
2,033
720
155,264

17, All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Assets and liabilities, 19841—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

July 11 July 18 July 25

Aug. 1 Aug. 8

Aug. 15 Aug. 22 Aug. 29

Sept, 5

1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions. 88,064 92,196 82,084 95,097 84,152 87,820 82,428 81,133 93,442
2 Total loans, leases, and securities, net
760,414 7 3 4 2 761,991 7 9 6 3 7 5 0 9 773,135 765,317 767,761 779,278
6,4
6,3 6,7
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73

U.S. Treasury and government agencies
Trading account
Investment account, by maturity
One year or less
One through five years
Over five years
Other securities
Trading atxount
Investment account
States and political subdivisions, by maturity ..
One year or less
Over one year
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities ..
Other trading account assets
Federal funds sold2
To commercial banks
To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
To others
Other loans and leases, gross3
Other loans, gross3
Commercial and industrial3
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper..
All other
U.S. addressees
Non-U.S. addressees
Real estate loans3
To individuals for personal expenditures
To depository and financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank depositories and other financial
institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other
Lease financing receivables
LESS: Unearned income
Loan and lease reserve3
Other loans and leases, net3
All other assets

75,524
10,987
64,537
16,479
35,182
12,876
45,564
3,818
41,746
38,028
4,026
34,002
3,718
2,454
41,828
28,669
8,459
4,700
610,221
598,498
243,684
4,258
239,427
233,052
6,375
151,111
9,0
946
41,177
9,176
6,398

72,915 73,506
8,629 9,164
64,286 64,342
16,227 16,049
35,203 35,390
12,855 12,903
45,787 46,024
3,905 4,077
41,882 41,947
38,161 38,235
4,072 4,116
34,089 34,119
3,721 3,712
2,526 2,436
47,467 42,963
34,271 30,021
8,546 8,143
4,650 4,799
609,928 612,296
598,192 600,511
244,105 244,038
4,027 3,873
240,078 240,165
233,714 233,849
6,363 6,316
151,642 151,396
99,817 100,314
40,585 40,772
8,966 9,240
6 2 4 6,541
,0

25,603
12,082
7,757
25,972
4,550
12,759
11,723
5,160
10,016
595,044
143,088
991,566
Total assets
Demand deposits
180,616
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
138,980
States and political subdivisions
4,793
U.S. government
2,191
Depository institutions in United States
20,593
Banks in foreign countries
5,914
Foreign governments and official institutions
900
Certified iind officers' checks
7,246
Transaction balances other than demand deposits... 33,452
Nontransaction balances
432,223
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
401,705
19,231
States and political subdivisions
U.S. government
303
Depository institutions in the United States
7,745
Foreign governments, official institutions and banks
3,238
Liabilities for borrowed money
180,502
Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
4,000
Treasury tax-and-loan notes
7,575
All other liabilities for borrowed money 4 ...
168,926

25,414
11,208
7,803
26,002
4,532
12,498
11,735
5,160
10,021
594,746
139,862
995,500
180,539
137,077
4,932
3,035
21,203
5,914
866
7,513
33,039
432,201
401,867
19,439
299
7,458
3,138
183,684
6,235
6,253
171,196

Other liabilities and subordinated notes and
debentures
Total liabilities
Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)5..
MEMO
Total loans and leases (gross) and investments
adjusted6
Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted3*6
Time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates, total7
Commercial and industrial
Other
Nontransaction savings deposits (including MMDAs).

735,386 737,965
614,158 615,998
156,488 157,567
2,918 2,895
2,182 2,152
736
743
154,056 153,110




74,091
9,944
64,147
16,794
34,544
12,808
46,744
4,919
41,824
38,156
4,222
33,934
3,668
2,550
47,009
34,135
7,972
4,901
614,590
602,724
244,900
4,049
240,851
234,487
6,364
151,917
100,751
41,114
9,458
6,547

74,959
11,039
63,920
16,745
34,452
12,724
46,932
5,010
41,923
38,236
4,250
33,987
3,686
2,749
43,708
31,448
7,321
4,939
612,161
600,276
245,134
3,699
241,435
235,136
6,299
151,871
101,006
40,268
9,355
6,184

75,892
11,786
64,106
16,914
34,466
12,727
47,546
5,533
42,013
38,347
4,324
34,023
3,666
2,677
47,754
33,610
8,525
5,618
614,756
602,738
244,538
3,560
240,978
234,688
6,289
152,648
101,551
39,774
8,663
606
,4

76,394
12,440
63,954
16,734
34,510
12,710
47,480
5,318
42,162
38,435
4,465
33,970
3,727
2,764
42,631
30,240
7,474
4,916
611,538
599,474
243,604
3,843
239,761
233,571
6,190
152,817
102,086
39,471
8,625
6,208

24,991 25,108 24,729 25,065 24,638
12,110 12,648 11,303 13,126 11,269
7,673 7,641
7,588 7,535
7,770
26,045 26,206 26,072 26,172 26,326
4,472 4,281
4,624 4,429
4,461
13,603 12,889 12,553 12,869 12,083
11,785 11,867 11,884 12,018 12,065
5,162
5,152 5,138
5,168 5,158
10,072 10,200 10,293 10,322 10,333
597,061 599,239 596,729 599,266 596,048
138,190 144,077 144,684 147,431 139,062
982,266 1,008,807 993,914 1,008,386 986,807
173,327 188,430 176,530 188,247 171,047
132,456 142,190 133,549 141,568 131,055
4,627
6,114 4,553
4,645 4,445
1,741
1,200 2,366
3,019 2,089
19,219 23,302 19,714 22,408 19,886
6,143 5,913
6,218
6,242 5,585
1,017
1,022
998
696
810
9,342 6,988
8,784 9,625
8,048
32,344 33,362 33,463 33,093 32,574
433,576 434,056 435,279 436,438 436,045
402,714 403,004 403,575 4 4 0 4 403,454
0,7
19,903 19,816 20,289 20,743 20,956
304
310
323
306
313
7,452
7,622 7,548
7,753 7,836
3,202
3,554 3,489
3,291 3,563
177,220 187,498 184,806 186,142 183,221
6,217
8,040 6,750 12,075 6,992
7,946 10,010 2,495
1,450 5,416
163,057 169,448 175,561 172,618 170,814

75,582
11,612
63,969
16,732
34,457
12,780
47,652
5,438
42,214
38,494
4,450
34,044
3,720
2,907
44,774
32,848
7,157
4,769
612,388
600,267
242,872
3,506
239,366
233,144
6,222
152,962
102,824
39,755
8,812
5,946

77,281
13,281
6,0
400
17,495
33,712
12,793
47,391
5,065
42,325
38,514
4,435
34,078
3,812
3,462
48,546
34,482
9,165
4,900
618,232
606,092
244,699
3,719
240,980
234,672
6,307
153,106
103,102
40,719
9,241
6,415

24,997 25,063
11,243 13,081
7,535
7,523
26,394 26,280
4,433
4,384
12,247 13,198
12,121 12,141
5,178
5,147
10,365 10,486
596,845 602,598
138,720 141,144
987,615 1,013,864
172,432 191,026
131,670 144,041
4,962
4,360
1,393
2,151
19,220 25,025
6,262
6,100
782
913
8,150
8,430
32,242 34,599
436,064 436,549
0,9
403,295 4 4 0 5
21,160 20,977
327
336
7,490
7,806
3,651
3,477
185,225 190,720
6,900
7,260
4,677
3,320
173,287 180,499

97,537 99,012 98,744 97,933 96,188 97,127 96,417 94,278 92,944
924,330 928,475 915,211 941,279 926,266 941,048 919,304 920,242 945,838
67,236 67,026 67,055 67,528 67,648 67,339 67,503 67,373 68,026
737,745
614,203
156,466
2,794
2,063
731
154,489

741,392
618,006
156,923
2,877
2,114
764
152,932

739,707
615,066
157,674
2,905
2,146
759
152,438

746,351
620,236
158,307
2,912
2,149
763
152,115

741,942
615,304
157,967
2,945
2,173
772
151,434

741,645
615,503
158,075
3,015
2,223
792
151,176

751,189
623,055
156,734
3,024
2,219
805
152,234
67

17. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Assets and liabilities, 1984'—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account
1 Cash and balances due from depository
institutions
2 Total loans, leases, and securities, net
3 U.S. Treasury and government agencies
4 Trading account
5 Investment account, by maturity
6
One year or less
7
One through five years
8
Over five years
9 Other securities
10 Trading account
Investment account
States and political subdivisions,
by maturity
One year or less
Over one year
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and
securities
16 Other trading account assets
17 Federal funds sold2
18 To commercial banks
19 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
20 To others
21 Other loans and leases, gross3
22 Other loans, gross3
23
Commercial and industrial3
24
Bankers acceptances and commercial
paper
25
All other
26
U.S. addressees
27
Non-U.S. addressees
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

68

Real estate loans3
To individuals for personal expenditures .
To depository and financial institutions...
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank depositories and other
financial institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities...
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official
institutions
All other
Lease financing receivables
LESS: Unearned income
Loan and lease reserve3
Other loans and leases, net3
All other assets




Sept. 12 Sept. 19 [sept. 26 j Oct. 3
93,142

85,576

83,726

89,514

j Oct. 10 | Oct. 17 j Oct. 24 j Oct. 31
93,030

88,246

80,443

87,266

Nov. 7
95,361

780,804 780,930 779,640 780,146 786,809 779,512 783,921 797,654 799,720
77,336
13,340
63,996
17,478
33,792
12,725
47,655
5,159
42,496

76,712
12,961
63,751
17,161
33,692
12,897
47,926
5,274
42,652

76,002
12,140
63,862
17,296
33,728
12,839
48,494
5,756
42,738

74,656
11,181
63,475
18,331
32,339
12,804
47,112
4,677
42,435

75,995
12,532
63,463
18,366
32,325
12,772
46,826
4,108
42,717

76,536
12,697
63,839
18,570
32,601
12,668
47,043
4,347
42,696

73,994
10,708
63,285
18,232
32,280
12,774
47,626
4,640
42,986

79,042
15,158
63,884
18,313
32,809
12,763
47,301
4,522
42,778

77,728
13,875
63,853
18,752
32,379
12,722
46,493
3,958
42,535

38,664
4,498
34,165

38,820
4,582
34,238

38,867
4,682
34,185

38,519
4,628
33,891

38,726
460
,0
34,127

38.714 38,898
4,498 4,598

3,832
2,865

3,832
2,914

3,870
3,041

3,917
2,823

3,991
2,516

34S216

34,299

38,734
4,587
34,147

38,388
4,506
33,881

3,982
2,874

4,088
2,769

4,044
2,860

4,147
3,182

49,803 47,820 47,742 47,506 52,690 45.715 51,442 54,283 55,697
34,196 34,598 34,577 37,825 31,930 36,594 38,387 38,578
34,922
8,588
8,912
8,664 10,107
9,182
9,138 10,158 10,965 11,123
4,758
5,036
4,231
4,265
4,931
5,996
4,646 4,691
5,698
618,854 621,293 619,599 623,425 624,178 622,805 623,592 629,776 632,307
606,663 609,088 607,372 611,140 611,927 610,528 611,323 617,470 619,988
245,087 246,816 244,752 246,772 246,775 246,037 246,464 247,549 249,561

3,883
3,475
3,473
3,216
3,607
3,608 3,343
3,860
3,425
241,662 243,343 241,537 243,165 243,300 242,430 243,121 243,666 245,700
235,430 237,120 235,252 236,786 236,952 236,118 236,759 237,292 239,307
6,375
6,393
6,348
6,232
6,223
6,285
6,379
6,312 6,361
153,949
103,513
40,960
9,687
6,025
25,248
12,291
7,506
26,166

154,449 154,777 155,069 155,524 156,113 156,347 156,952 157,009
104,108 104,568 104,978 104,917 105,578 106,133 106,702 106,936
39,711 39,275 39,229 39,192 39,107 37,808 39,399 39,782
9,060
9,261
8,895
9,444
8,886
9,016
9,127 B,228
6,030
5,758
5,964 5,912
5,805
5,809
5,936
6,151
25,011
12,668
7,484
26,268

24,022
13,140
7,431
26,476

24,407
13,143
7,438
26,231

24,174
14,354
7,394
26,074

24,016 23,667
12,756 13,874
7,312 7,262
26,167 26,036

24,354
15,068
7,214
26,245

24,571
14,960
7,185
26,497

4,362 4,296
4,565
4,427
4,320
4,371
4,325
446
,0
4,429
12,762
13,019 12,524 13,962 13,290 13,096 13,104 13,970 13,733
12,205 12,227 12,284 12,251 12,277 12,270 12,306 12,319
12,191
5,174
5,191
5,184
5,138
5,146
5,167
5,163 5,172
5,138
10,544 10,064 10,237 10,249 10,298 10,329 10,424 10,550
10,540
604,362 608,049 608,783 607,344 608,090 614,168 616,619
603,146 605,558
140,465 139,815 138,578 139,706 138,483 134,384 133,895 140,340 137,155

17. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Assets and liabilities, 19841—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account
44 Total assets .

Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26

Oct. 3

Oct. 10

Oct. 17 Oct. 24

Oct. 31

Nov. 7

1,014,4111,006,3211,001,9441,009,3671,018,3221,002,142 998,259 1,025,2601,032,236

185,166 179,349 176,177 186,022 192,204 178,933 175,726 184,939 188,087
142,494 135,028 132,632 139,294 145,257 137,259 132,896 141,373 142,583
5,134
4,592
4,946 4,592
4,901
4,822
4,826
4,218
4,519
2,152
1,432
1,124 2,638
1,389
3,930
2,393
2,193
4,119
21,727 20,352 21,161 22,444 25,518 20,792 21,080 21,033 21,240
6,472
6,264
6,784
5,867
5,667
6,238
5,856 6,002
5,848
894
895
867
811
915
962
750
1,015
858
7,599
8,218 8,990
8,513 8,307
8,146 7,624
8,856
9,299

45 Demand deposits
46 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .
47 States and political subdivisions
48 U.S. government
49 Depository institutions in United States
50 Banks in foreign countries
51 Foreign governments and official institutions
52 Certified and officers' checks
53 Transaction balances other than demand
deposits
54 Nontransaction balances
55 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .
56 States and political subdivisions
57 US. government
58 Depository institutions in the United States .
59 Foreign governments, official institutions
and banks
60 Liabilities for borrowed money
61 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks . . .
62 Treasury tax-and-loan notes
63 All other liabilities for borrowed money 4 ...
64 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and
debentures

33,847 32,832 31,789 33,893 33,723 33,065 32,356 32,998 34,193
437,168 436,966 439,788 440,735 441,639 442,593 443,822 443,875 444,656
0,8
0,6
4 4 4 0 4 4 0 4 405,896 407,339 407,880 4 8 4 4 410,034 410,059 410,985
0,7
21,185 21,402 21,628 21,378 21,732 21,813 21,859 21,587 21,232
464
332
332
353
463
331
338
370
358
7,590
8,475
7,591
8,365
8,655 8,373
8,596
8,389
8,428

65 Total liabilities

946,430 938,516 932,962 940,036 948,501 932,446 928,554 955,218 962,002

66 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)5..
67
68
69
70
71
72
73

MEMO
Total loans and leases (gross) and investments
adjusted6
Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted3'6
Time deposits in amounts of $100,0007 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates, total
Commercial and industrial
Other...
Nontransaction savings deposits (including

MMDAs)




3,542
3,292
3,557
3,315
3,379
3,591
3,246
3,291 3,198
195,899 195,338 192,764 188,453 189,991 184,517 185,265 200,627 204,786
400
,0
5,893 4,620
4,550 11,739
6,990
5,110
6,890
5,275
6,142 14,446 16,616
2,415 7,105 14,216
7,974
3,889
2,929
182,867 173,902 172,147 175,369 181,787 176,209 173,540 181,862 189,158
94,349

67,981

94,031

67,805

9,4
244

68,982

90,933

69,331

9,4
094

69,821

93,339 91,385

69,696 69,705

92,779

70,042

90,280

70,234

751,903 753,575 750,836 752,060 755,119 753,916 754,601 765,859 767,770
624,048 626,022 623,299 627,468 629,782 627,463 630,213 636,657 640,366
157,116 157,268 159,726 159,616 159,702 160,296 160,809 159,286 158,800
2,817
2,892
2,982 3,001
2,961
2,992
2,972
2,996
3,042
2,017
2,126
2,182 2,198
2,157
2,211
2,210
2,193
2,236
800
766
804
800
804
762
803
781
806
152,157 151,442 151,688 152,576 153,443 153,963 154,601 155,962 157,075

69

17. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Assets and liabilities, 19841—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

Nov. 14

Nov. 21

Nov. 28

Dec. 5

Dec. 12

Dec. 19

Dec. 26

Adjustment
bank8

98,422

90,775

90,438

90,262

91,345

96,466

98,124

1,346

799,373

799,941

792,068

808,990

800,030

815,277

815,830

7,714

3 U.S. Treasury and government agencies
4 Trading account . .
5 Investment account, by maturity
6
One year or less
7
One through five years
8
Over five years
9 Other securities
10 Trading account . . .
1 1 Investment account
12
States and political subdivisions, by maturity .
I'H
One year or less
14
One year
13
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities .
16 Other trading account assets

77,699
13 870
63,829
18477
32,608
12 744
46,715
4 342
42,373
38,324
4455
33,869
4,049
3,763

78,287
14 599
63,688
18 054
33,151
12484
47,049
4722
42,327
38,182
4 394
33,787
4,145
3,602

78,532
14762
63,770
17 949
33,186
12 634
46,314
3 949
42,365
38,152
4 343
33,809
4,213
3,211

81,144
16,593
64,551
18 365
32,966
13,220
45,974
3,701
42,273
38,038
4,262
33,776
4,234
2,905

79,285
14 890
64,394
18769
32,377
13 248
46,215
3 825
42,390
38,154
4 342
33,812
4,236
2,874

78,763
14 565
64,198
19 325
31,651
13 222
46,877
4 319
42,558
38,164
4413
33,750
4,395
2,644

78,523
14,328
64,196
20 171
30,706
13,318
48,145
5 067
43,078
38,665
4,710
33,956
4,413
3,448

1,143
2
1,141
413
612
116
771
6
763
683
159
524
82

17 Federal funds sold2
18 To commercial banks
.
19 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities . . .
20 To others
21 Other loans and leases, gross3
22 Other loans, gross3 , .
23
Commercial and industrial3
24
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper.
25
All other
26
U.S. addressees
27
Non-US, addressees

53,180
36446
11,356
5 378
633,713
621 404
248,962
3,914
245,047
238 678
6,369

52,429
36,056
11,888
4484
634,276
621 940
249,154
4,320
244,834
238 498
6,336

48,116
32 647
10,681
4788
631,642
619 272
248,452
4,055
244,397
238048
6,349

56,212
38,055
12,033
6,124
638,555
626,112
249,894
4,353
245,541
239 195
6,345

49,405
32,133
11,947
5 325
638,094
625 668
248,644
4,209
244,435
238 199
6,236

54,486
37 887
11,674
4925
648,373
635 860
250,780
3,815
246,965
240 722
6,243

51,342
34,602
11,809
4,932
650,173
637,599
251,423
3,832
247,590
241 402
6,188

774
770
5

5,267
5,248
1,493
29
1,464
1 368
96

Real estate loans3
To individuals for personal expenditures
To depository and financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Nonbank depositories and other financial
institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities .
To finance agricultural production
To states and political subdivisions
To foreign governments and official institutions
All other
Lease financing receivables .
LESS- Unearned income . . 3
Loan and lease reserve
Other loans and leases, net3
All other assets

157 656
107,162
40740
9,586
6 611

157,820
107,488
39989
9,452
6 320

158 200
108,117
39534
9,286
6082

158,405
108,856
40,597
9,562
6,740

159,045
109,658
40652
9,796
6 357

159,324
110,729
41 301
10,137
6 170

159,210
111,894
41,633
10,378
6,088

1,546
1,454
137
65
56

24543
14040
7,225
26643
4,314
14 662
12 309
5 126
10,571
618 016
132 418

24217
14422
7,216
26 891
4,367
14,594
12 336
5 122
10,579
618,574
132 688

24 166
12 636
7,187
26 852
4,170
14 123
12 370
5 125
10,624
615 894
132 139

24,295
15,137
7,141
26,920
4,500
14,664
12443
5,075
10,726
622,754
138484

24,499
15,092
7,174
27 125
4,246
14,032
12426
5 094
10,748
622,252
133 034

24994
19 198
7,218
27 772
4,214
15 325
12 513
5 110
10,756
632 507
135 061

25,167
17,112
7,217
28,414
4,374
16,324
12 574
5,129
10,672
634,371
133 105

16
6
32
147
23
410
18
186
56
5,026
957

1,030,213 1,023,404 1,014,645 1,037,735 1,024,409 1,046,804 1,047,060

10,017

1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 Total loans, leases, and securities, net

28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

44 Total assets

70



17. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Assets and liabilities, 19841—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Nov. 14

Nov. 21

Nov. 28

Dec. 5

Dec. 12

Dec. 19

Dec. 26

Adjustment
bank8

45 Demand deposits . . . . . .
,
194,664
46 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
149,288
47 States and political subdivisions
4,800
4 8 U S government . . . .
. . .
1,705
49 Depository institutions in United States
23,038
50 Banks in Jbreign countries
6,654
51 Foreign governments and official institutions . . . .
939
52 Certified and officers' checks
8,239
53 Transaction balances other than demand deposits . . 33,340
444,280
54 Nontransaction balances
410,504
55 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
56 States and political subdivisions . . .
21,291
57 U.S. government
515
58 Depository institutions in the United States
8,529
59 Foreign governments, official institutions
and hanks
3,441
196,214
60 Liabilities for borrowed money
61 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
4,639
62 Treasury tax-and-loan notes
4,663
63 All other liabilities for borrowed money4
186,911
64 Other liabilities and subordinated note and
91,495
debentures.

180,969
139,217
5,072
1,423
20,472
6,227
914
7,645
33,135
446,232
412,243
21,337
497
8,735

180,270
139,061
4,781
1,041
20,985
6,099
803
7,500
32,668
446,038
412,111
21,393
473
8,652

191,332
144,437
4,877
3,778
22,192
6,489
905
8,653
34,869
449,008
415,317
21,189
378
8,495

185,369
142,659
4,742
2,375
20,597
6,141
976
7,878
34,136
449,363
415,191
21,429
391
8,748

193,802
144,974
5,458
3,686
22,646
6,497
744
9,797
34,308
452,303
417,666
21,794
407
8,876

201,139
157,520
5,142
1,176
21,544
5,918
665
9,174
34,316
453,534
418,624
21,983
418
8,938

2,357
1,913
108
51
119
90
15
61
1,045
4,921
4,772
96
2
51

3,419
199,462
6,328
4,499
188,635

3,409
191,002
3,250
3,364
184,387

3,629
197,043
4,810
2,547
189,686

3,606
188,810
2,910
1,856
184,044

3,560
198,410
3,300
11,280
183,830

3,571
192,424
2,130
10,212
180,082

93,377

94,693

94,626

95,961

97,332

95,130

345

65 Total liabilities

959,993

953,176

944,671

966,879

953,639

976,155

976,544

9,300

70,220

70,228

69,974

70,856

70,770

70,649

70,516

111

769,038
640,862
158,290
2,911
2,114
798
157,654

770,134
641,196
159,097
2,987
2,182
805
158,885

765,883
637,825
158,379
2,953
2,127
826
159,366

777,174
647,151
158,780
2,874
2,077
797
161,748

773,943
645,570
159,057
2,880
2,049
831
161,791

783,119
654,836
160,838
2,883
2,040
842
163,144

786,652
656,536
161,267
2,946
2,078
868
164,136

7,121
5,207
582
-10

Account

66 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)5
MEMO
67 Total loans and leases (gross) and investments
adjusted6
68 Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted3'6 .
69 Time deposits in amounts of $1(50,000 or more . . .
70 Loans sold outright to affiliates — total7 . .
....
71 Commercial and industrial
72 Other
73 Nontransaetion savings deposits (including MMDAs),

' '632
' '632

' -10
2,415

18. Gross demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations, 1984 *
Billions of dollars, estimated daily-average balances for last month of quarter
All weekly reporting banks

All commercial banks
Type of holder
Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

1 AH holders—Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations . . .

279.3

285.8

284.7

304.5

139.5

145.3

145.3

157.1

2
3
4
5
6

31.7
150.3
78.1
3.3
15,9

31.7
154.9
78.3
3.4
17.4

31.3
154.8
78.4
3.3
16.8

33.0
166.3
81.7
3.6
19.9

23.5
76.4
28.4
3.2
7.7

23.6
79.7
29.9
3.2
8.9

23,7
79.2
29.8
3,2
9.3

25.3
87.1
30.5
3.4
10.9

Financial business
Nonfinancial business
Consumer
Foreign
Other .




71

19. Commercial paper and bankers dollar acceptances outstanding
A. Commercial paper, seasonally adjusted
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Mar.

Feb.

Apr.

May

168,467 167,788 168,165 172,372 176,742 177,029 178,975 174,794 170,424 168,871 165,179 166,436

Financial companies1 2
Dealer-placed paper
Total
Bank-related
Directly placed paper*
Total
Bank-related

30,496
6,210

30,901
6,556

31,944
7055

81,801
28,946

80,366
27,591

6 Nonfinancial companies4

56,170

56,521

4
5

1 Nov. [ Dee.s

19 82

1 All issuers

1
3

Oct.

July ] Aug. ! Sept.

June

Instrument

35,028 37,448
7 188 6,427

36,998
6,038

35,763
5,924

35,503
6,232

34,606
2,517

79048 81 638 83,688
27,579 29,434 30,576

84562
30828

84,671
31,141

80,961
28,901

79,893 79,072 78,538
27,761 27,712 27,769

84,393
32,034

57,173

57,439

56,856

56,835

54,768

32,848
7905

57,886

34,153
8,003

58,901

36,197
5,791

53,602

51,138 47,437

19 83
167,995 169,013 168,862 170,426 170,173 169,221 170,513 173,210 175,937 176,036 181,029 188,312

1 All issuers

2
3
4
5

Financial companies' 2
Dealer-placed paper
Total
Bank-related
Directly placed paper3
Total
..
Bank-related

6 Nonfinancial companies4 . . . .

36013
2,660

37 781
2,604

36776
2030

^8 160 38976
1 950 1,954

84,505
31,691

84,448
31,661

85665
32,951

87 163 87 675 87537
32,495 32,943 33420

47,477

46,784

46,421

45,103 43,522

38 827
2 192

42,857

38 474
2,367

39 662 40 073
2,353
2,303

89 149 90,684
33,613 35,085
42,890

39 857 42 831 44 622
2 194 2,341 2,441

91,146 92 302 93,935
34,855 34,622 35,001

42,864 44,718 43,877

96,918
35,566

44,263 46,772

19 84
189,683 194,656 202,736 209,674 215,216 216,618 220,320 221,174 225,127 228,194 235,363 239,117

1 All issuers
1

2
3
4
5

Financial companies 2
Dealer-placed paper
Total
Bank-related
Directly placed paper3
Total
Bank-related

6 Nonfinancial companies4 . . . .

44,251
2087

45,352 46917 48,604 50,500 49362 50 405 50,900 52,543 54,527 55,176 56,917
19% 2 015
1 959 2 060
1 765
1 767
1 865 1 6% 1 944 1 799 2 010

99 547 101 942 106 104 108 224 110791 108 771 109 076 108 630 107 537 105379 109419 110474
37,636 36,958 39,617 41,881 46,338 43960 45,090 43,665 41,066 38,112 40,185 42,105

45,885

47,362 49,715

52,846

53,925

58,485

60,839

61,644

65,047

68,288

70,768 71,726

B. Bankers dollar acceptances, not seasonally adjusted
Millions of dollars, end of period

1984
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

72



Feb.

Mar.

73,450

74,367

73,221 78,457

9546
7,814
1,732

9237
7,897
1,340

8 734 11 160
7,040
9,029
1 694 2 131

0

0

729
63 174

777
64 353

15,028 15,495
16,159 15,818
42,263 43,055

Apr.

0

305

896
834
63 592 66468

May

June

79,530 82,067
9927
8,422
1,504

July

Aug.

Sept. T Oct. TTNov. 1 Dec.

80,957

79,779

77,928 75,736 75,179

^

10 877 10 708 10 743 1 1 065
9,354
8,854
8,823 8,729
1 523
1 853
1,920 2,336

J

..

1 ..

1 1 444
9,018
1 426

_U

10 397
9,081
1,316

..

10 255
9,065
1,196

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
426
697
611
632
679
686
658
615
671
68942 70 493 69 639 68 404 66 177 63 635 64 781 64 543

15,107 16,579 16,687 17,301
15,572 17,025 15,938 16,421
42 542 44 853 46906 48345

17,947
15,485
47525

17,648 17,1%
15,871 15,985
46,260 44,747

.

75,470

16,141 16,975 16,256
16,442 15,859 16,312
43 155 42,638 43,173

20. Prime rate charged by banks on short-term business loans, 19841
Percent per annum
Date of change in effective rate
Rate

Effective date
March 19

11.50

April 5 ,
May 8 .

Effective date

Rate

Effective date

Rate

June 25

13.00

November 9 .
28

11.75
11.25

12.00

September 27.

12.75

December 20

10.75

12.50

October 17.
29.

12.50
12.00

Averages of daily effective rates
Year

Jan.
11.00

Mar.

11.00

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

11.21

Feb.

12.04

11.93

12.39

12.60

13.00

13.00

12.97

12.58

11.77

11.06

21. Terms of lending at commercial banks—Based on surveys of loans made, 19841
Feb. 6-10

May 7-11

Aug. 6-10

Nov. 5-9

38,330
171
1.1
11.06

38,734
195
1.4
12.45

36,986
171
1.2
13.29

33,621
166
1.3
11.29

By size of bank
5 Large bank s4
6 Small banks

10.78
11.98

12.16
13.22

13.07
13,91

10.84
12.25

By size ofhan (thousands of dollars)
1 1-99 . . . . ,
8 100-999 .
9 1,000 and over

13.71
12.46
10.75

14.62
13.73
12.12

15.18
14.49
13.01

14.50
13.19
10.78

32.6
63.7
10.4
40.3

39.2
69.7
9.9
39.0

40.4
69.4
9.7
38.7

31.4
67.7
11.6
21.0

3,706
30
48.0
11.92

4,130
36
47.9
13.12

3,982
27
49.4
13.81

4,432
34
51.4
12.69

By size of hank
18 Large banks4
19 Small banks

11.59
12.49

12.58
14.00

13.34
14.78

11.99
14.21

By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
20 1-99
21 100-999
22 1,000 and over

14.21
12.15
11.46

15.00
13.76
12.56

16.05
14.43
13.33

15.34
13.46
12.04

76.0
73.9

59.9
75.4

81.5
79.5

71.0
78.6

Item
SHORT-TERM COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS
1
2
3
4

10
11
12
13

Amount of loans (milliQns of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)2
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum)3

Percentage of amount of loans
With floating rate
Made under commitment
With no steted maturity
With one-day maturity
LONG-TERM COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS

14
15
16
17

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
23 With floating rate
24 Made under commitment




73

2L Terms of lending at commercial banks—Based on surveys of loans made, 19841—Continued
Item

Feb. 6-10

|

May 7-U

Aug. 6-10

j

Nov. 5-9

CONSTRUCTION AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LOANS
2,279
43
8.9
13.5

2,568
33
8,2
13.76

3,050
33
9.2
14.56

1,590
25
12.6
14.14

By size of bank
29 Large banks4
30 Small banks

12.48
13.55

13.54
13.81

13.78
15.06

13.05
14.54

By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
31 1-99
32 1<XM99
33 500 and over

13.67
13.77
12.22

14.87
13.92
13.19

15.33
15.05
13.93

15.36
14.43
13.11

51.3
91.3
61.6
2.3

43.2
72.6

40.4
73.3
71.6
4.0

69.1
96,9
61,2
4.4

49.9
6.0
44.1

28.8
67.6

17.9
2.2
79.9

35.6
10.9
53.5

1,352
64
8.5
13.50

1,502
77
8.3
14.25

998
68
6.6
14.87

1,090
65
6.4
14.29

By size of bank
45 Large banks4
46 Small banks

12.16
14.11

13,34
14,50

14.36
15.03

13.37
14.51

By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
47 1-24
48 25-99
49 100 and over

14.17
14.01
12.86

14.50
14.33
14.09

14.91
15.04
14.73

14.62
14.43
13.86

By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Other

12.68
13.62
13.81
13.86
13.47

14.51
13.86
14.29
15.04
13.93

14.63
15.17
14.99
14.%
14.38

13.88
14.14
14.52
14,49
14.28

25
26
27
28

34
35
36
37

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
With floating rate
Secured by real estate
Made under commitment
With no stated maturity

By type of construction
38 1- to 4-Srruly
39 Multifamily
40 Nonresidential

43.8

9.5

3.6

LOANS TO FARMERS
41
42
43
44

50
51
52
53
54

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)2
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum)3

74




22. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1984
A. Annual and monthly averages
Percent per annum
Year

Jan.

Feb.

1023
8 80

9 56
8 50

9 59
8 50

9.91 10.29 10.32 11 06 11.23 11.64 11,30
8 50 8 87 9 00 900 900 900 900

10.05
10 10
10.16

9.23
920
9.18

9.35
932
9.31

9.81 10.17 10.38
9 83 10 18 1065
9,86 10,22 10,87

997
9.73
9 65

9 20
9.08
9 02

9 34
9.14
906

976 1008 1026 1076 1099 11 16 1098
9.54 9.86 10.16 10.38 10.53 10.60 10.62
9 38 976 1003 1025 1042 1052 1055

10 14
10.19

9 23
9,19

9 38
9.35

9 88 1022
9.91 10.26

10 17
10.37
1068
10 73

9 33
9.42
9 56
9 78

943 991
9.54 10.08
9 73 10 37
9 91 1040

1024
10.41
10 73
1083

US. Treasury bills2- 6
Secondary market
15 3-month . . . .
16 6-month
17 1-year „
. . ,

9 52
9.76
9.92

8 90
9.01
9.07

909
9.18
9.20

Auction average5
3-month «,
6-month . ,
1-year

9 58
9.80
9.91

8 93
9,06
9.04

903
9.13
9.24

Item

Mar.

Apr.

Oct.

Nov.

9.99
900

9.43
8 83

8.38
8 37

10.82 11.06 11.19 11.10) 10.05
1098 11 19 11 18 11 04 10 12
11.23 11.34 11.16 10.94 10.16

9.01
903
9.06

8.39
844
8.55

992
9,87
9 87

8 92
8.83
8 82

8 25
8.12
809

10 84
11.06

11 04 11 30 11 23 11 04 10 13
11.30 11.44 11.13 10.91 10.14

9 00
9.02

845
8.54

1062
11.11
11 64
11 53

11 01
11.34
11 96
11 68

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Dec.

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds
2 Discount window borrowing
Commercial paper1' 2
3 1-month
4 3 -month
5 6-month. „
Finance paper, directly placed1*2
6 1 -month
7 3-month ,
8 6-month
Bankers acceptances2' 3
9 3-month
10 6-month
Certificates of deposit,4
secondary market
11 1 -month
12 3-month
13 6-month
14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month5

18
19
20

11 28
11.56
12 08
12 02

11 32
11.47
11 71
11 81

11 20
11.29
11 46
11 67

10 18
10.38
1063
1077

9 09
9.18
9 39
9 50

847
8.60
8 85
890

9 52
9,66
9.67

9 69 9 83 9 87 10 12
9,84 10.31 10.51 10.52
9.95 10.57 10.93 10.89

1047
10.61
10,71

10 37
10.47
10.51

9 74
9,87
9.93

8 61
8.81
9.01

8 06
8.28
8.60

9 44
9.58
9.68

969
9.83
9.86

990 9 94 10 13 1049 1041 9 97
10.31 10.55 10.58 10,65 10.51 10.05
10.64 10.92 10.99 10.79 10.84 10.32

8 79
8.99
9.10

8 16
8.36
8.38

12.08 12.03 11.82 11.58 10.90
9.82
1291 12 88 1243 12 20 11 60 10.65

9.33
10.18

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Constant maturities7
1-year
2-year
2 & -year8
3 -year
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year

30

Composite9
Over 10 years (long-term)

10.89
11 65

9.90 10.04 10.59 10.90 11.66
10 64 1079 11 31 11 69 1247

11 89 10 93
12.24 11.37
12,40 11.58
12,44 <H.67
12.48 rd&
12 39 11 75

11 05 11 59
11.54 12.02
11 75 12 25
11.84 12.32
12.00 12.45
11 95 12 38

11.98
12.37
12.56
12.63
12.65
12 65

12 75
13.17
13.34
13.41
13.43
13 43

13 18
13.48
13 56
13.56
13.54
13 44

13.08
13.27
13.35
13.36
13.36
13 21

12.50 12.34
12.68 12.53
12.75 12.60
12,72 12.52
12.71 12.42
12 54 12 29

11.85
12.06
12.16
12.16
12.04
11 98

10.90
11,33
11.49
11.57
11.66
11 56

10,56
11.07
11.45
11.50
11.64
11 52

11,99

11.44

11.90

12.17

12.89

13.00

12.82

12,23

11,97

11.66

11.25

11.21

1005 10.10
10.68 10.61
10.67 10.42

9.58
10.30
9.99

9:58
10.40
10.10

9,72
10.51
10.25

9.78
10.47
10.17

9.54
10.45
9.95

11.29

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody 's series10
31 Aaa
32 Baa
33 Bond Buyer series11

9 61 900
10.38 10,10
10.10
9.63

904 941 954 9.98
9.94 10.22 10,30 10,55
9.64 9.94
9.96 10.49

CORPORATE BONDS
34 Seasoned issues, all industries12 . . .
Rating group
35 Aaa
36 Aa
:
37 A
38 Baa

13.49

12.92

12.88

13.33

13.59

14.13

14.40

14.32

13.78

13.56

13,33

12.88

12.74

12.71
13.31
13.74
14,19

12.20
12.71
13.13
13.65

12.08
12.70
13.11
13.59

12.57
13.22
13.54
13.99

12.81
13.48
13.77
14.31

13.28
14.10
14.37
14.74

13.55
14.33
14.66
15.05

13.44
14.12
14.57
15.15

12.87
13.47
14.13
14.63

12,66
13.27
13.94
14.35

12.63
13.11
13.61
13.94

12,29
12.66
13.09
13.48

12.13
12,50
12.92
13.40

39 A-rated recently offered utility
bonds

13.81

12.99

13.05

13.63

13.96

14.79

15.00

14.93

14.12

13.86

13.52

12.98

12.88

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio14
40 Preferred stocks
41 Common stocks

11.59
4.64

11,35
4.27

11.16
4.59

11.39
4.63

11,66
4.64

11.72
4.72

12,04
4.86

12.13
4,93

11.77
4.62

11.65
4.54

11.62
4.62

11.36
4.61

11.21
4.68




75

22. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1984—Continued
B. Weekly averages
Percent per annum
Week ending
Item

Jan. 6

Jan. 13 | Jan. 20 Jan. 27

Feb. 3

Feb. 10 j Feb. 17 1 Feb. 24

Mar.TJ Mar. 9

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds15
2 Discount window borrowing
Commercial paper1' 2
3 1-month
4 3-month
...
5 6-month
12
Finance paper, directly placed '
6 1-month
7 3-month
8 6-month
Bankers acceptances2' 3
9 3-month
10 6-month
Certificates of deposit,4
secondary market
11 1 -month
12 3-month
1 3 6-month
14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month16

18
19
20

9.54
8.50

9.53
8.50

9.41
8.50

9.58
8.50

9.53
8.50

9.60
8.50

9.62
8.50

9.74
8.50

9.36
9.32
9.28

9.22
9.20
9.20

9.18
9.15
9.12

9.20
9.19
9.17

9.18
9.15
9.14

9.30
9.25
9.23

9.39
9.35
9.35

9.42
9.41
9.40

9,42
9,43
9.44

9.54
9.56
9.58

9.33
9.19
9.15

9.17
9.09
9.07

9.17
9.02
8.95

9.20
9.03
8.96

9.17
9.05
8.99

9.30
9.08
9.03

9.38
9.12
9.07

9.42
9.22
9.11

9.36
9.18
9.12

9.55
9.32
9,19

9.31
9.25

9.24
9.21

9.19
9.13

9.23
9.19

9.15
9.13

9.31
9.26

9.41
9.38

9.50
9.49

9,51
9.52

9.63
9.63

9.51
9.57
9,70
9.88

9.35
9.44
9.63
9.85

9.25
9.35
9.45
9.70

9.29
9.40
9.53
9.75

9.25
9,33
9.44
9,68

9.35
9.44
9.62
9.78

9.46
9.57
9.76
9,91

9.54
9.69
9,90
10.06

9.57
9.69
9.95
10.09

9.67
9.84
10,08
10.18

8.88
9.03
9.09

8.88
8.95
9.02

8.93
9.00
9.04

8.91
8.97
9.00

9.06
9.10
9.10

9.09
9.21
9.21

9.18
9.32
9.35

9.18
9.33
9.37

9.29
9.43
9.45

9.04
9.19

8.92
9.10

8.82
8.92

8.92
9.01
9.04

8.87
8.97

9.08
9.11

9.04
9.16

9.13
9.28
9.24

9.20
9,33

9.24
9.37

10.02
10.77

Auction average
3-month
6-month
1-year

9.53
8.50

8.95
9.12
9.19

U.S. Treasury bills2- 6
Secondary market
15 3-month
16 6-month
17 1-year

10.06
8.50

9.86
10.56

11,04
11.55
11.75
11.85
12.02
11,96

10.21
10.94
11.10
11.17
11.67
11.87
11.97
12.12
12.09

10,24
11.00

10.87
11.31
11.53
11.63
11.79
11.74

9.94
10.67
10.85
10.96
11.43
11.65
11.74
11.90
11.83

10.05
10.78

10.86
11.29
11.50
11.59
11.74
11.67

9.87
10.63
10.75
10.89
11.31
11.52
11.63
11.76
11.71

9.81
10.56

11.04
11.50
11.71
11.79
11.97
11.86

9.91
10,66
10.80
10.98
11.42
11.63
11.71
11.86
11.79

11.24
11.75
11.97
12.05
12.21
12.15

10.33
11.09
11.25
11.38
11.85
12.09
12.18
12.35
12.27

11,42

11.32

11.21

11.23

11.26

11.34

11.44

11.56

11.65

11.78

9.20
10.20
9.66

9.00
10.10
9.67

8.90
10.10
9.60

8.90
10.00
9,59

8.80
9.85
9.51

9.00
9.95
9.56

9.15
9.95
9.68

9.20
10.00
9.80

9.30
10.10
9.86

9.40
10.20
9.94

13.08

13.00

12.85

12.83

12.80

12.77

12.84

12,96

13.09

13.19

12.53
12.78
13.24
13.75

12.43
12.71
13,16
13.71

12.01
12.69
13.09
13.61

11.98
12.70
13.07
13.58

11.97
12.64
13.04
13.54

11.96
12.58
13.03
13.48

12.06
12.67
13.08
13.56

12.22
12.76
13.18
13.70

12.30
12,96
13.31
13,78

12.46
13.08
13,39
13.84

13.16

12.95

12.88

12.85

12.83

12.91

13.02

13.35

13.41

13.55

11.55

11.47
4.24

11.26
4.25

11.10
4.33

11.16
4.42

11.25
4.62

11.12
4.62

11.07
4,69

11.19
4,62

11,30
4.70

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Constant maturities7
1-ycar
2-year 8
2'/2-year
3-year
5-year
,. .
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year

30

Composite9
Over 10 years (long-term) .

. .

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody *s series10
31 Aaa
32 Baa
33 Bond Buyer series11 .

. . . .

CORPORATE BONDS
34 Seasoned issues, all industries12
Rating group
35 Aaa
36 Aa
37 A
38 Baa
39 A-rated recently offered utility
bonds13
14

40
41

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio
Preferred stocks . .
Common stocks . .

76



4.27

22. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1984—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per annum
Week ending
Item

Mar. 16 Mar, 23 Mar. 30 Apr. 6 Apr. 13 Apr. 20 Apr. 27

May 4

May 11 May. 18 May 25

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds15
2 Discount window borrowing . . . .
Commercial paper1' 2
3 1-month . . .
4 3 -month
5 6-month . . .
Finance paper, directly placed1' 2
6 1 -month
7 3-month
8 6-month
Bankers acceptances2' 3
9 3-month
10 6-month
Certificates of deposit,4
secondary market
11 1 -month
12 3-month
13 6-month
14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month16. . .

9.79
8.50

10.04
8.50

9.97
8.50

10.41
8.50

10.13
8.71

10.37
9.00

9.98
9.00

10.70
9.00

lb.46
9.00

10.52
9.00

9.75
9.00

9.73
9.77
9.82

10.06
10.07
10.09

10.04
10.09
10.11

10.16
10.15
10.17

10.11
10.12
10.13

10,23
10.22
10.26

10.16
10.21
10.27

10.28
10,33
10.37

10.52
10.73
10.86

10.54
10.84
11.05

10.19
10.57
10.96

9.67
9.45
9.29

10.06
9.81
9.53

9.95
9.74
9.60

10.16
9.81
9.66

10.08
9.87
9.72

10.04
9.83
9.80

10,00
9.92
9.86

10.21
9.95
9.86

10.43
10.13
10.00

10.25
10.23
10.09

10.12
10.21
10.10

9.79
9.88

10.11
10.15

10.12
10.15

10.20
10.22

10.15
10.15

10.26
10.33

10.26
10.34

10,38
10.43

10.93
11.00

11.02
11.22

10.89
11.25

9.80
9.99
10.35
10.31

10.11
10.31
10.62
10.61

10.18
10.34
10.59
10.61

10.26
10.40
10.69
10.79

10.19
10.33
10,61
10.73

10.28
10.42
10.76
10.89

10.24
10.46
10,84
10.89

10.39
10.60
10.96
10.99

10.77
11.17
11,59
11.59

10.82
11.32
11,84
11.74

10.50
11.14
11.82
11.59

9.43
9.59
9.60

9.76
9.88
9.90

9.72
9.85
9.86

9.74
9.91
9.96

9.65
9.79
9.82

9.76
9.86
9.98

9.64
9.79
10.00

9,73
9.99
10.18

9.97
10.28
10.46

9.88
10.28
10.59

9.79
10.42
10.73

9.37
9.52

9.65
9.79
9.68

9.76
9.88

9.67
9.83

9.66
9.82

9.80
9.92
9.86

9.64
9,74

9.68
9.88

9.99
10.27

10.07
10.40
10.64

9.95
10.38

10.53
11.24

10.79
11.54

12,59
12.99
13.17
13.23
13.28
13.27

11.68
12.50
12.65
12.78
13.24
13.41
13.49
13.52
13.52

11.84
12.65

12.08
12.47
12.66
12.74
12.78
12.76

11.19
11.96
12.20
12.26
12.65
12.82
12.89
12.94
12.93

11.52
12.33

12.24
12.41
12.49
12.52
12.50

10.94
11.69
11.85
11.99
12.38
12.58
12.66
12.73
12.70

10.98
11.79

12.20
12.39
12.46
12,51
12.47

10.91
11,67
11.80
11.96
12.36
12.54
12,61
12.54
12.60

10.76
11.55

11.53
11.98
12.22
12.29
12.46
12.38

10.85
11.52
11.65
11.77
12.17
12.40
12.46
12.60
12.52

11.89

12.02

12.00

12.13

12,05

12.21

12.27

12.43

12.73

12.98

13.04

9.45
10.25
9.98

9.50
10.30
10.01

9.40
10.25
9.93

9.50
10.30
10.04

9.60
10.30
9.97

9.50
10.30
9.89

9.55
10.30
9.94

9.60
10.30
9.99

9.80
10.35
10.19

10.00
10.40
10.36

10.20
10.60
10.83

13.32

13.44

13.48

13.53

13.51

13.60

13.70

13.79

13.97

14.19

14.29

12.58
13.24
13.50
13.97

12.65
13.34
13.65
14.10

12,71
13.33
13.70
14.15

12.74
13,42
13.74
14.21

12,71
13.36
13.73
14.22

12.79
13.48
13.75
14.37

12.95
13.62
13.84
14.41

13.00
13.72
13.97
14.46

13.15
13.92
14.19
14.61

13.33
14.21
14.48
14.75

13.42
14.27
14.54
14.91

39 A-rated recently offered utility
bonds13

13.60

13.81

13.80

13.86

13,87

14.05

14.18

14.40

14.77

14.87

15.15

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio14
40 Preferred stocks . .
41 Common stocks

11.32
4.64

11.40
4.63

11.52
4.57

11.79
4.63

11.63
4.70

11.62
4.62

11.60
4.61

11,58
4.54

11.68
4.59

11.62
4.69

11.77
4.83

U.S. Treasury bills2' 6
Secondary market
15 3 -month
16 6-month
17 1-year .
18
19
20

Auction average
3 -month
6-month . . .
1-year
„
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Constant maturities7
1-year .
2-year
2'/2-year 8 ....
3 -year .
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year

30

Composite9
Over 10 years (long-term)

ii.so

ii.84

12.93
13,35
13.50
13.59
13.60
13.60

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody 's series H
31 Aaa
32 Baa
33 Bond Buyer series11 .

....

CORPORATE BONDS
34 Seasoned issues, all industries12. .
Rating group
35 Aaa
36 Aa
37 A
....
38 Baa




77

22. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1984—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per annum
Week ending
Item

June 15 June 22 June 29

July 6

July 13 j July 20 July 27] Aug. 3 | Aug. 10

June 1

June 8

10.30
9.00

10.72
9.00

10.85
9.00

11.49
9,00

11.27
9,00

10.91
9.00

11.25
9.00

11.21
9.00

11.19
9.00

11.53
9.00

11.59
9,00

10.32
10.72
11.08

10.56
10.78
11.13

10.75
10,87
11,19

10.98
11.06
11.24

11.07
11.26
11.37

11.11
11.28
11.42

11.13
11.26
11.41

11.03
11.18
11.34

10.98
11.11
11.26

11.02
11,12
11,19

11.11
11.14
11.16

10,28
10.26
10.11

10.53
10.26
10.13

10.69
10.28
10.15

10.90
10.45
10.31

11.04
10,55
10.45

11.14
10.52
10.41

11.11
10.56
10.47

10.96
10.51
10.40

10.90
10.55
10.40

10.83
10.58
10.45

11.13
10,55
10.45

10.88
11.35

10.76
11.20

10.81
11.19

11.22
11.33

11.41
11.49

11.40
11.55

11.36
11.52

11.31
11.48

11.22
11,34

11.14
11.17

11.21
11,12

10.56
11.31
11.99
11.67

10.56
11.09
11.83
11.39

10.83
11.13
11.94
11.50

11.19
11.46
11.97
11.75

11.41
11.67
12.11
12.11

11.41
11.75
12.20
12.25

11.32
11.60
12.18
12.08

11.25
11.54
12.10
12.00

11.19
11.47
11.98
11.86

11.21
11.39
11.77
11.73

11,29
11.43
11.70
11.80

9.76
10.56
10,94

9.81
10.49
10.80

9.95
10.50
10,87

9.91
10.56
10.97

9.81
10,48
11.09

9.92
10,43
11.01

10.04
10.50
10.94

10.11
10.55
10.89

10.25
10.56
10.79

10.42
10.63
10.73

10,48
10.59
10.69

9.83
10.62

9.90
10.57

10.07
10.66
10.92

10.01
10,49

9.77
10.49

10.01
10.54

10.04
10.52
10.99

10.17
10.60

10.30
10.64

10.40
10.64

10.55
10.68
10.79

12.15
12.98

12.17
13.12

13.06
13.23
13.31
13.32
13.31
13.16

11.90
12.70
12.75
12.86
13.03
13.10
13.11
13.15
13.06

11.84
12.50

13.38
13.67
13.77
13.80
13.76
13,57

12.10
12.97
13.05
13.19
13.39
13.46
13.46
13.43
13.24

12.03
12.88

13.24
13.49
13.55
13.55
13.51
13.41

12.28
13.15
13.35
13.46
13.72
13,77
13.79
13.71
13.59

12.63
12.77
12.83
12.82
12.87
12.79

11.80
12.38
12.40
12.44
12.63
12.69
12.67
12.72
12.58

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds15
2 Discount window borrowing
Commercial paper1' 2
3 1-month
4 3 -month
5 6-month
Finance paper, directly placed1'2
6 1-month
,
7 3-month
8 6-month
Bankers acceptances2' 3
9 3-month
10 6-month
Certificates of deposit,4
secondary market
11 1-month
12 3-month .
13 6-month
14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month16. . .
U.S. Treasury bills2* 6
Secondary market
15 3-month
16 6-month
17 1-year
Auction average
3-month .
6-month
1-year

18
19
20

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Constant maturities7
1-year
2-year 8
2Vfe-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year

12.10
12.94
13.05
13.25
13.69
13.82
13.86
13.79
13,80

11.92
12.71
12.99
13.34
13.45
13.47
13.47
13.42

12.02
12.83
12.90
13.08
13.36
13.46
13.43
13.45
13.32

30

Composite9
Over 10 years (long-term)

13.25

12.94

12.91

12.97

13.18

13.21

12.89

12.79

12.62

12.36

12.23

10,30
11.10
11.07

10.00
10.85
10.78

10.00
10.60
10.59

10.00
10.50
10.56

10.20
10.75
10.76

10.25
10.70
10.69

10.15
10.60
10.44

10.10
10.65
10.36

9.90
10.50
10.19

9.75
10.45
9.92

9.55
10.30
9.81

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series10
31 Aaa . . .
32 Baa
33 Bond Buyer series11
CORPORATE BONDS
34 Seasoned issues, all industries12 . .
Rating group
35 Aaa
36 Aa
37 A
38 Baa

14.44

14.34

14.34

14.37

14.53

14.54

14.40

14.31

14.18

13.96

13.76

13.56
14.44
14.73
15.04

13.46
14.32
14.64
14.95

13.48
14.29
14.58
15.01

13,55
14.27
14,59
15.06

13,71
14.41
14.80
15.20

13.69
14.38
14.80
15.29

13.53
14.20
14.69
15.16

13.36
14.15
14.54
15.18

13.32
13.92
14.40
15.09

13.05
13.66
14.25
14.89

12.84
13,47
14,07
14.65

39 A-rated recently offered utility
bonds

15.02

14,82

14.78

15.21

15.28

15.30

14.88

14.85

14.54

14.10

14.08

11.97
4.93

12.07
4.79

12.00
4.89

12.02
4.82

12.06
4.92

12.12
4.86

12.17
4,97

12.09
4.91

12.13
4.99

12.08
4.84

11.73
4.64

14

40
41

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio
Preferred stocks . . . .
Common stocks

78



22. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1984—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per annum

Week ending
Item

Aug. 17 Aug. 24 Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept.21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5

Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds l5
2 Discount window borrowing
Commercial paper1*2
3 1 -month
4 3-month
5 6-month
Finance paper, directly placed1' 2
6 1 -month
7 3 -month
8 6-month
Bankers acceptances2* 3
9 3-month . . ,
10 6-month
Certificates of deposit,4
secondary market
11 1 -month
12 3-month . . „
13 6-month
14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month16. . .

18
19
20

11.50
9.00

11.68
9.00

11.52
9.00

11.46
9.00

10.73
9.00

11.20
9.00

10.01
9.00

10.22
9.00

9.45
9.00

11.18
11.16
11.13

11.28
11.22
11.16

11.28
11.23
11.17

11.39
11.32
11.24

11.24
11.17
11.05

11.07
10.98
10.84

10.77
10.75
10,70

10.75
10.72
10.71

10.36
10.45
10.49

10.05
10.13
10.18

9.43
9.54
9.63

11.18
10.65
10.55

11,23
10.58
10,54

11.26
10.63
10,57

11.39
10.72
10.64

11.19
10.72
10.66

10.96
10.61
10.52

10.45
10,45
10.41

10.54
10.43
10.40

10.22
10.20
10.18

9.90
9.88
9.88

9.35
9.31
9.42

11.22
11,10

11.24
11.11

11,29
11.17

11.30
11,22

11.16
11.02

10.95
10.75

10.78
10.71

10.77
10.69

10.45
10.46

10.13
10.15

9.60
9.64

11.32
11.46
11.68
11.80

11.37
11.50
11.69
11.83

11,37
11.52
11.75
11.86

11.46
11,60
11.82
11.95

11.31
11.39
11.57
11.78

11.19
11.25
11.33
11.55

10.90
11.00
11.22
11.40

10.85
11.02
11,24
11.44

10.48
10.76
10.99
11.15

10.21
10.39
10.63
10.73

9.62
9.82
10.05
10.16

10.44
10.57
10.68

10.65
10.75
10.84

10.61
10.73
10.82

10.38
10.51
10.54

10.29
10.35
10,37

10.24
10.34
10,38

10.19
10.30
10.35

10.01
10.12
10.-25• a^iJS1

9.81
9.91
9.96

9,33
9.46
9.56

10.49
10.63

10,40
10,59

10.60
10.70

10.63
10.75
10 84

10.39
10.49

10,33
10,40

10,27
10.39

10.23
10.35
10.32

10.11
10.21

9.98
10.08

9.54
9.57

11.73
12.40

11.80
12.43
12.45
12.46
12.66
12.70
12.66
12.60
12.42

11.97
12.55

10.93
11.63

12.27
12.46
12.53
12.46
12.36
12.26

11.39
12.03
12.15
12.26
12.46
12.56
12.51
12.40
12.31

11.16
11.82

12.44
12.29

11.41
12.04
12.10
12.19
12.34
12.42
12.35
12.23
12.14

11.42
12.06

12.60
12.79
12.86
12.82
12.75
12.56

11.95
12.55
12.55
12.63
12.84
12.91
12.83
12.70
12.53

11.61
12.24

12.45
12.67
12.74
12.71
12.75
12.51

12.06
12.26
12.39
12.33
12.19
12.16

11.88
12.10
12,19
12.19
12.04
12.00

10.46
11.22
11.70
11.48
11,69
11.80
11.85
11.74
11.68

12.25

12.15

12.29

12.25

11.96

11.80

11.93

11.98

11.80

11.68

11.37

9.50
10.25
10.02

Auction average
3-month
6- mo nth
1-year

11.77
9.00

10.31
10.52
10.64

U,S. Treasury bills2' 6
Secondary market
15 3-month
16 6-month
17 1-year

11.63
9.00

9.50
10.15
10.02

9.60
10.35
10.17

9.70
10.45
10.18

9.60
10.45
10.10

9.45
10.30
9.95

9.55
10.40
10.15

9,70
10.60
10.34

9.80
10.65
10.36

9.80
10.50
10.24

9.60
10,30
10.05

13.77

13.73

13=77

13.76

13.61

13.45

13.46

13.47

12.85
13.41
14.09
14.55

12.88
13.47
14.13
14,58

12.87
13.45
14.14
14.56

12.72
13.32
13.99
14.39

12.52
13,17
13.83
14.26

12.56
13.19
13.84
14.24

12.62
13.23
13.83
14.21

13.42
l?Sa
12.60
13.21
13.78
14.09

13.40
i) ;••'., !j 1
12,82
13.20
13.63
13.94

13.15

12.86
13.44
14.14
14.63
14.16

14.10

14.15

14.01

13.70

13.76

13.84

13.81

13.70

13.29

13.24

11.65
4.61

11.66
4.50

11.71
4.50

11.71
4.58

11.70
4.56

11.61
4.50

11.57
4.53

11,66
4.67

11.76
4.68

11.56
4.62

11.57
4.54

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Constant maturities7
1-year .
.
2-year
2'/2-year8
3-year
..
5 -year
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year

30

Composite9
Over 10 years (long-term)

12.34
12.55
12.60

12:51

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody 's series10
31 Aaa
32 Baa
33 Bond Buyer series11
CORPORATE BONDS
34 Seasoned issues, all industries12 . .
Rating group
35 Aaa
36 Aa
17 A
38 Baa
39 A-rated recently offered utility
bonds13

12.54
12.95
13.38
13.72

14

40
41

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio
Preferred stocks
Common stocks




79

22. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1984—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per annum
Week ending
Item

Dec. 7 1 Dec. 14 J Dec. 21

Dec. 28

Nov. 2

Nov. 9

Nov. 16

Nov. 23

Nov. 30

9.73
9.00

9,87
9,00

9.55
9.00

9.47
8.93

9.00
8.50

8.83
8.50

8.70
8.50

7.99
8.50

7.95
8.29

9.51
9.56
9.61

9,17
9.19
9.20

9.17
9.18
9,19

8.96
9.00
9.04

8.61
8.64
8.69

8.69
8.72
8.83

8.65
8.71
8.82

8.12
8,20
8.31

8.07
8.11
8.23

9.45
9.35
9.31

9.12
9.04
9.03

9,10
8,98
8.95

8.83
8.67
8.68

8.48
8.49
8.48

8.65
8.46
8.41

8.56
8.44
8.39

7.88
7.90
7.88

7.88
7.66
7.69

9.49
9,52

9.13
9.15

9,17
9.16

8.93
8.94

8.67
8.72

8.74
8.86

8.70
8.78

8.20
8.26

8.14
8.24

9.55
9.66
9.95
10.03

9.26
9.36
9.55
9.69

9.25
9.35
9.56
9.60

9.05
9.14
9.30
9.46

8.70
8.81
9.02
9.10

8,79
8.92
9,16
9.21

8.73
8.86
9.13
9.14

8.21
8.34
8.59
8.64

8.11
8.25
8.49
8.63

9.10
9.33
9.43

8.65
8.65
9.15

8.68
8.95
9.15

8.55
8.65
8.85

8.41
8.55
8.78

8.44
8.61
8.86

8.27
8.43
8.73

7.81
8.03
8,37

7.67
8.03
8.40

9.38
9.59
9.45

8.82
9.07

8.73
8.99

8.59
8.79

8.43
8.50
8.74

8.52
8.67

8.38
8.57

7.97
8.15

7,75
8.04
8.38

10.31
11.08

9.99
10,82

9.55
10.37
10.67
11,09
11.32
11.39
11.54
11.43

9.63
10.47
10.60
10.80
11.21
11.52
11.58
11.71
11.59

9.49
10.36
....
10.71
11.19
11.56
11.61
11.73
11.61

9,09
9,94
10.45
10.32
10.90
11.31
11.37
11.52
11.41

9,10
9,94

11,05
11.53
11,66
11.75
11.84
11.72

9.64
10.49
10.90
10.75
11.21
11.36
11.44
11.58
11.49

10.39
10.96
11.39
11.42
11,56
11.45

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds15
2 Discount window borrowing
Commercial paper1- 2
3 1-month
4 3 -mo nth
5 6-month . . . .
Finance paper, directly placed1' 2
6 1-month
7 3-month
....
8 6-month
2 3
Bankers acceptances '
9 3-month
10 6-month
Certificates of deposit,
secondary market
1 1 1-month
12 3-month . , .
13 6-month
14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month16
US. Treasury bills2' 6
Secondary market
15 3-month
16 6-month , . , .
17 1-year
18
19
20

Auction average
3-month . .
6-month
1-year
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Constant maturities7
1-year .
2-year 8
2 '/2-year . . .
3-year
5-year
7-year . . .
10-year
20-year
30-year

11.33
11.58
11.69
11.76
11.69
11.62

9.98
10.84
11.15
11.06
11.47
11.63
11,71
11.73
11.64

30

Composite9
Over 10 years (long-term). , .

11.32

11.34

11.42

11.17

11.12

11.29

11.30

11.09

11.13

9.65
10.35
10.11

9.70
10.40
10.17

9.90
10.60
10,31

9.90
10.60
10.24

9.75
10.40
10.04

9.60
10.40
9.95

9.55
10.40
10.00

9,50
10.50
9.93

9,50
10,50
9.91

34 Seasoned issues, all industries12
Rating group
35 Aaa
36 Aa
37 A
38 Baa

13.05

12.98

12.96

12.82

12.70

12.79

12.80

12.67

12.68

12.50
12.84
13.26
13.61

12.43
12,72
13.22
13.55

12.42
12.75
13.15
13.52

12.82
12.61
12.99
13.45

12,05
12.51
12.93
13.34

12.20
12.54
13.01
13.42

12.21
12.55
13,01
13.43

12.04
12,43
12.85
13,35

12.05
12.47
12.80
13.39

39 A-rated recently offered utility bonds13 .

13.06

13.09

13.07

12.77

12.90

13.01

12.98

12.70

12.79

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio14
40 Preferred stocks
41 Common stocks

11.54
4.58

11.44
4.49

11.31
4.61

11.41
4.67

11.26
4.66

11.19
4.74

11.33
4.72

11.12
4.61

11.18
4.64

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody 's series10
31 Aaa
32 Baa
33 Bond Buyer series11

....

CORPORATE BONDS

80



23. Stock market—Selected statistics, 1984
A. Stock prices and trading
Averages of daily figures
Series

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr,

May

June

July

Common stock prices
New York Stock Exchange
(Dec. 31, 1965 = 50)
Total
Industrial...
Transportation
Utility
,
Finance . . .

92.46 96.16 90.60 90.66
108.01 112.16105.44 105.92
85.63 97.98 86.33 86.10
46.44 47.43 45.67 44.83
89.28 95.79 89.95 89.50

Standard & Poor's Corporation
(1941-43 = 10)
Total
Industrial
Public utility
Transportation (1970 = 10)' .
Financial (1970 = 10)

160.46 166.39 157.25 157.44 157.60 156.55 153.12
181.26 187.50177.14 177.85 178.57 177.60 174.20
67.98 68.50 66.25 65.25 64.34 64.94 64.00
136.10 148.10138.50 137.88 135.43 132,37 126.55
16.99
18.35 17.28 17.13 16.99 16,23 15,14

90.67
106.56
83.61
43.86
88.22

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

90.07 88,28 87.08 94.49 95.68 95.09 95.85 94.85
105.94 104.04 102.29 111.20112.18 110,44 110.91 109.05
81.62 79.29 76.72 86.86 86.88 86.82 87.37 88,00
44.22 43.65 44.17 46.49 47.47 49.02 49.93 50.58
85.06 80.75 79.03 87.92 91.59 92.94 95.28 95.29

151.08 164.42166.11 164.82 166,27 164.48
171.70 186.86188.10 185.44 186,57 183.62
64.66 68,11 69,70 72.02 73.58 74.43
122.04 138.37 138.71 137.90 137.99 139.40
14.66 16.65 17.43 17.62 18.10 18.27

11 American Stock Exchange
(Aug. 31, 1973 = 50), total.

207.96 224.83207.95 210.09 207.66 206.39 201.24 192.82 207.90214.50 210.39 209.47 202.28

Volume of trading
(thousands of shares)
12 New York Stock Exchange
13 American Stock Exchange

91,084105,51896,641 84,931 85,874 88,170 85,920 79,156109,88693,108 91,676 83,692 89,032
6,107
7,167 6,431 5,382 5,863 5,935 5,071 5,141 7,477 5,967 5,587 6,008 7,254

B. Customer financing
End-of-period balances, millions of dollars

Jan.

Series

Feb.

Mar

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

1 Regulated margin 2
credit at
broker-dealers

23,132 22,557 22,669 22,830 22,360 23,450 22,980 22,810 22,800 22,330 22,350 22,470

2
3
4

22,870 22,330 22,460 22,830 22,360 23,450 22,980 22,810 22,800 22,330 22,350 22,470
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
261
226
208
200 n.a.
n.a.
1
1
1
1 n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

Margin stocks
Convertible bonds
Subscription issues
MEMO: Free credit balances
at brokers3
5 Margin accounts
6 Cash accounts

6,510
8,230

6,420
8,420

6,520
8,265

6,450
7,910

6,685
8,115

6,430
8,305

6,430
8,125

6,855
8,185

6,690
8,315

6,580
8,650

6,700
8,420

7,015
10,215

C. Margin-account debt at brokers
Percentage distribution, end of period

Jan.

By equity class4
2 Less than 40 percent
1 40-49
.
4 50-59
.
*> 60-69
6 70-79
7 80 percent or more

.

.

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

43.0
21.0
15.0
9.0
6.0
6.0

48.0
20.0
13.0
8.0
6.0
5.0

46.0
47.0
20.0
20.0
14.0 , 13.0
9.0
8.0
6.0
6.0
5.0
6.0

53.0
18.0
12.0
7.0
5.0
5.0

50.0
19.0
12.0
8.0
6.0
5.0

52.0
17.0
12.0
8.0
5.0
6.0

40.0
22.0
16.0
9.0
6.0
7.0

42.0
22.0
15.0
9.0
6,0
6.0

44.0
21.0
14.0
9.0
6.0
6.0

47.0
19.0
13.0
9.0
6.0
6.0

46.0
18.0
16.0
9.0
5.0
6.0

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

D. Special miscellaneous-account balances at brokers5
End of period
Item
1 Total balances
(millions of dollars)6
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.

May

62,670 63,411 65,855 66,340 70,110 69,410 70,588 71,840 72,350 73,500 73,904 75,840

61.0

59.0

61.0

60.0

60.0

56.0

57.0

58.0

58.0

59.0

59.0

59.0

29.0
10.0

29.0
12.0

28.0
11.0

29.0
11.0

27.0
13.0

30.0
14.0

30,0
13.0

31.0
11.0

31.0
11.0

30.0
11.0

29.0
12.0

29.0
11.0

81

24. Selected assets and liabilities of financial institutions
A. Savings and loan associations
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

Account

July

June

Aug. J Sept.

Oct. j Nov. ] Dec.

19 82'

1 Assets

668,041 672,487 678,886 682,313 688,057 693,701 698,776 704,643 692,199 693,719 698,510 707,646

2 Mortgages
3 Cash and investment
securities2
4 Other

517 802 516714 516450 515 154 514 611 513 675 511 470 510 682 494 918 491 057 489 871 483,614

64,508
85,731

67,051 68278 68,431 70,558 71,131 73,160 74,552 75,155 75,153 78,715 §5,438
88,722 94,158 98,728 102,888 108,895 114,146 119,409 122,126 127,509 129,924 138,594

5 Liabilities and net worth . , . 668,041 672,487 678,886 682,313 688,057 693,701 698,776 704,643 692,199 693,719 698,510 707,646

527, 160
88,783
62581
26,202
6,265
18317

533,922
93,560
65 347
28,213
6,568
22238

535,613 539,218 540,432 543 380
94,117 96,850 98,433 98,803
65216 66925 67 019 66 374
28,901 29,925 31,414 32,429
7,250 7,491
6,766
7,116
26 142 25062 27 859 36 477

548 580
99,771
65 567
34 204
8,084
19 372

548,047 549,430 567,961
100,881 102,885 97,850
65,015 64 202 61 861
35,866 38,683 33,989
8,484
8,967 9,934
20 253 21 423 15 602

529,965
89,146
62690
26456
6,161
20 137

536 708
90,689
63636
27053
6,418
18 583

12 Net worth4

27,516 27,078

26,488

26,025 25,419

25,455

24,802

24,492

24,476 24,538 24,772 26,233

13 MEMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding5 . . .

15,131

15,397

15,582

16,375

16,622

16,828

15,924

16,943

17,256

6 Savings capital
7 Borrowed money
8 FHLBB
9 Other
10 Loans in process3
1 1 Other

18,407

19,682

18,054

1983
1 Assets

716,429 724,282 725,724 730,765 730,612 733,905 742,383 748,105 749,737 758,337 764,913 771,417

2 Mortgages
3 Cash and investment
securities2
4 Other

482902 482642 477 358 478 041 474 041 475 183 480 108 484 076 483 317 486 490 490 956 494 789
91 418 94930 97 596 100265 104610 102 501 103 057 100 396 100 900 102 283 102 192 104 274
142 109 146710 150 770 152 459 JS1 961 156 221 159220 163633 165520 169,564 171,765 174,354

5 Liabilities and net worth . . . 716,429 724,282 725,724 730,765 730,612 733,905 742,385 748,105 749,737 758,337 764,913 773,417
6
7
8
9
10
11

Savings capital
Borrowed money
FHLBB
Other
Loans in process3
Other

584,802
88 888
60,415
28473
10455
16,492

593,882 599 179 603,303 601,876 605456 611,029 615601 618263
86591 85 020 83 850 83014 84682 85 093 84 844 86 489
58 841 56859 55,933 54392 54234 53 579 52 303 52 179
27 750 28 161 27 917 28 622 30448 31 514 32 541 34 310
11 044 12255 13478 14 548 15998 17 094 17 967 18 812
17,364 14594 16,064 18,200 15,468 17 905 19,057 16 002

622,867 625,347
87 937 89 861
52,678 51,735
35 259 38 126
19,209 19 728
18,016 19,806

634,455
92 127
52,626
39 501
21 117
15,968

12 Net worth4

26247

26445 26931 27548 27 522 28299 28 358 28 603 28 983 29 517 29 899 30 867

13 MEMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding5 . . .

19,468

22,077

24,922

27,968

30,148

30,691

31,733

32,415 32,483

32,798 34,780

32,9%

1984
1 Assets

774,414 781,821 797 849 808,264 825,557 840,682 850,780 860,088 877 642 881,627 887,696 902,449

2 Mortgages
3 Cash and investment
securities2
4 Other

496,015 499,337 503,509 510,670 519,628 528,172 535814 540644 550129 552,516 556,229 555,277
102,760 104 800 109477 106,863 110033 109752 108456 108820 112350 112,023 114879 125,358
175 639 177 684 184 863 190 731 195 896 202 758 206510 210624 215 163 217088 216588 221 814

5 Liabilities and net worth . . . 774,414 781,821 797,849 808,264 825,557 840,682 850,780 860,088 877,642 881,627 887,696 902,449
6
7
8
9
10
11

Savings capital
Borrowed money
FHLBB
Other
Loans in process3
Other

640,079 644977
87034 87269
50880 50465
36 154 36 804
21 532 21 974
16415 18 146

656 650
94 113
50663
43 450
22 969
15 548

660,663
98275
51 951
46324
23938
17 524

670666
103 119
53485
49 634
24761
19 832

681 947
108 417
56558
51 859
25 726
17 586

687 817
110238
57 115
53 123
26 122
19 970

691 704
114747
60 178
54 569
26 773
20 599

704 558
121329
63 627
57 702
27 141
18 050

31 802

31 940

32 732

32 755

33 038

33 705

33 582

33 839

34 764

45,274 44,878 43,878 41,182 40,089

38,530

37,856

34,841

12 Net worth4

30 886

31 429

31 538

13 MEMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding5 . . .

33,504

36,198

39,867 41,732

82



708 846 714 780 724 301
119305 117775 126169
63 412 63 383 64 207
55 893 54 392 61 962
26 754 26 683 26 959
19 894 21 302 17 215

24. Selected assets and liabilities of financial institutions—Continued
B. Mutual savings banks1
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar,

Apr.

May

June

Account
1 Assets
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

,

Loans
Mortgage
other
Securities
U.S. government2
State and local government .
Corporate and other3
Cash
Other assets

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1984
194,217 195,168 197,178 198,000 200,087 198,864 199,218 200,722 201,445 203,274 204,455 203,828
97,703
20,463

97,895
21,694

15,167 15,667
2,180 2,054
43,542 43,439
4,788 4,580
10,374
9,839

98,472 99,017
21,971 22,531

99,881
22,907

99,433 100,091 101,211 101,621 102,704 102,953 102,872
23 198 23 213 24068 24535 24486 24,930 24,956

15,772 15,913 16,404 15448
2,067
2,033 2,024 2,037
43,547 43,122 43,200 42479
5,040 5,008
5,031
5,452
10,309 10,376 10,640 10817

15 457
2,037
46 682
4,896
10752

15019 14965
2,055
2,052
42632 42605
4,981
4,795
10756 10872

15295 14925 14633
2,080 2,077 2,077
43,063 43 366 42,936
4,945
4,605
4,805
11 101 11 399 11 409

194,217 195,168 197,178 198,000 200,087 198,864 199,128 200,722 201,445 203,274 204,455 203,828

9 Liabilities

173,636 174,370
10 Deposits 4
1 1 Regular
171 099 171 957
37,992 37,642
12
Ordinary savings
13
Time and other
96519 97005
14 Other
2,537
2,413
15 Other liabilities
9,917 10019
16 General reserve accounts . . . . 10,350 10,492
17 MEMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding5 . . .

n.a.

n.a.

176,044 175,875 176,253 174,972 174,823 176 085 177,345 178,624 180,142 180,559
173,385 173,010 173 310 171 858 171 740 172990 174 296 175 727 177 196 177 362
37,866 37,329 37,147 36322 35 511 34787 34.564 34,221 34,008 33,732
97 339 96,920 97236 97 168 98410 101 270 102934 104 151 104913 104689
2,659
2,865
2,943
3 114 3083 3095
3049 2,897 2,946
3,197
10390 11 211 12861 12 999 13 269 13 064 12979 13 853 13 367 12501
10,373 10,466 10,554 10,404 10,495 10,498 10,488 10,459 10,508 10,500

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

C. Life insurance companies
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.
Account
1 Assets
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

,

Feb,

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1983
594,324 599,799 605,688 612,728 617,418 624,459 628,526 634,442 639,035 643,338 649,081 654,948

Securities
Government 1
35,456 36,547 38027 39,228 40470 41 209
15,062 16,083 17,394 18,391 19,176 19,632
United States
9,219 9,321
State and local . . . . „ . . ,
9,634
9852
9,150
9,116
Foreign2 ,
11,278 11,314 11,414 11,516 11,660 11,725
293,737 296,907 299,567 304,741 307,638 311 570
Business
236,899 238,993 239,910 242,556 244,314 246 387
Bonds
.
.
Stocks . . o
56,838 58,014 59,657 62,185 63,324 65,183
Mortgages
Real estate . . ,
Policy loans
Other assets „

Aug.

41 977
50,224
9876
11,877
314 225
250065
64,160

42907
20,761
10 122
12,024
316 131
251 822
64,309

46605
24,513
10022
12,070
318 668
253 602
65,066

142 481 142 828 143 267 143 308 143 635 144 597 144 878 146509 147025
20,848 20,940 21,103 21,217 21,129 21 366 21 389 21,409 21,536
53 149 53 250 53 427 53 575 53 646 53 711 53 758 53 827 53 860
46,846 47,266 47,976 48,419 48,587 49 550 49 307 50523 51 341

48478
26,054
10010
12,414
319644
255,049
64,235

48,341 50,752
26,293 28,636
9,925
9,986
12,123 12,130
323,714 322,854
258,757 257,986
64,957 64,868

147 839 148 487 150 999
21,731 21,864 22,234
53 917 53 979 54063
51,729 52,696 54,046

1984
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




658,504 660,901 665,836 671,259 673,518 679,449 684,573 694,082 699,996 705,827 712,271 720,807
51,328 51,762 52,504 52,828 53,422 53 970 54688
29,179 30,130 31,056 31 358 31 706 32066 32 654
9995 9426 9259
9 192 9239 9213 9 236
12 154 12 206 12 189 12 278 12 477 12 691 12 798
328,075 328,235 331,631 334,634 334,151 338,508 341,802
263,207 265,798 268,446 271,296 273,212 276,902 281,113
64,868 62,437 63,185 63,338 60,939 61 606 60689

56263
33 886
9 357
13 020
348,614
283,673
64941

57 552 59,825 62,678
35 586 37594 40,288
9221 9344 9 385
12 745 12 887 13005
350,512 352,059 335,297
285,543 287,607 271,503
64,969 64,452 63,794

64,683
41,970
9757
12956
354,902
29,073
64,171

151 085 151 020 151 445 152 373 152 968 153 845 154 299 155 438 155 802 156064 156 691 157,283
22 500 22 591 23 034 23 237 23 517 23 792 24019 24 117 24 685 24947 25467 25 985
54,089 54,170 54,254 54,365 54,399 54430 54441 54517 54551 54,574 54,571 54,610
51,939 53,123 52,968 53,822 55,061 54904 55,324 55,133 56,894 58,358 58,049 63,344

83

24. Selected assets and liabilities of financial institutions—Continued
D. Credit unions
Millions of dollars, end of period

1983
Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

1 Total assets/liabilities and
capital
....

69,814

71,379

73,824 74,827 76,762

2 Federal
3 State

45,609
24,205

46,673 48,350 48,986
24,706 25,474 25,841

. .
....

4 Loans outstanding
5 Federal
6 State
7 Savings
8 Federal (shares)
....
9 State (shares and deposits) .

42,947 42,823
27,740 27,644
15,207 15,179
63,365 64,875
41,556 42,533
21,809 22,342

Apr.

50,275
26,487

Dec.

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

78,969

79,444

80,342

80,626

51,430 51,859
27,037 27,110

52,261
27,183

53,086
27,256

53,297 53,801 54,482
27,329 27,4m 27,479

May | June
78,467

43,070 43,530 44,058 45,001 45,719 46,850
27,823 28,133 28,512 29,175 29,672 30,582
15,247 15,397 15,546 15,826 16,047 16,268
67,641 68,862 70,475 71,712 72,327 72,508
44,336 45,165 46,192 47,145 47,713 47,847
23,305 23,697 24,283 24,567 24,614 24,661

1 Nov.
i , ........ . . .

81,203 81,961

47,701 48,401 49,235
31,212 31,691 32,304
16,489 16,710 16,931
73,417 73,799 74,202
48,709 49,044 49,400
24,708 24,755 24,802

50,083
32,930
17,153
74,739
49,889
24,850

1984
1 Total assets/liabilities and
capital
....

82,496 83,726

85,789

86,594

88,350 90,276 90,145 90,503 91,651 91,619

92,521 93,036

2 Federal
3 State

. ..
....

54,770
27,726

55,753
27,973

57,569
28,220

58,127
28,467

59,636
28,714

61,316 61,163
28,960 28,982

61,500 62,107
29,003 29,544

61,935
29,684

62,690 63,205
29,831 29,831

4 Loans outstanding
..
5 Federal
.
6 State
7 Savings
8 Feoeral (shares)
9 State (shares and deposits) .

50,625
33,270
17,355
75,532
50,438
25,094

51,435
33,878
17,557
76,556
51,218
25,338

52,269
34,510
17,759
78,487
52,905
25,582

53,247
35,286
17,961
79,413
53,587
25,826

54,437
36,274
18,163
80,702
54,632
26,070

55,915 57,286
37,547 38,490
18,368 18,796
82,578 82,402
56,261 56,278
26,317 26,124

58,802 59,874 60,483 62,170
39,578 40,310 40,727 41,762
19,224 19,564 19,756 20,408
82,135 83,172 83,129 84,000
56,205 56,734 56,655 57,302
25,930 26,438 26,474 26,698

Apr

May

62,561
42,337
20,224
84,348
57,539
26,809

E. FSLIC-insured federal saving banks
Jan.

Feb.

Mar,

Account

j June

July

Aug.

Sept,

Oct. [ Nov.

Dee.

1984
69,835 72,143 75,555 77,374 78,952

1 Assets
2 Mortgages . .

....

81,310 83,989 87,209 82,174 87,743 94,536 98,559

41,754 43,371

44,708

45,900 46,791

48,084 49,996

52,039 48,841

51,554

55,861

57,429

11,662
17,110

12,552
18,295

13,331
21,839

13,615
22,574

14,826
23,849

16,001
25,129

3 Cash and investment
securities2
4 Other

11,243
16,838

12,762
18,712

12,814
19,347

13,071 13,184
20,155 20,809

5 Liabilities and net worth . . .

69,835 72,143 75,555 77,374

78,952

81,310 83,989 87,209 82,174 87,743 94,536 98,559

6
7
8
9
10
11

Savings capital
Borrowed money
FHLBB
Other
Loans in process3
Other

. ..
....

12 Net worth4
13 MEMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding5 , .

84



57,195
8,048
4,751
3,297
1,347
3,245

59,107 61,433 62,495 63,026 64,364
9,707 10,475 11,489
9,213
8,088
4,884 5,232
5,900
6,538
5,491
4,216 4,575 4,951
3,204
3,981
1,747 1,646
1,360
1,548
1,545
3,704 3,811
3,549
3,624
3,403

66,227
12,060
6,897
5,163
1,807
3,895

68,443
12,863
7,654
5,209
1,912
3,991

12,867
20,466

65,079
11,828
6,600
5,228
1,610
3,657

70,080
11,935
6,867
5,068
1,896
3,832

76,167 79,572
11,937 12,798
7,041 7,515
4,896 5,283
1,903
2,259
4,173 4,286

1,387

1,531

1,669

1,716

1,787

1,839

1,901

1,895

1,505

1,457

1,689

1,738

2,974

2,704

3,253

3,714

3,763

3,583

3,988

3,860

2,970

2,925

3,298

3,234

25. Federal fiscal and financing operations
Millions of dollars
Type of account or operation

\
2
3
4
5

U.S. budget
Receipts .
Outlays'
Surplus, or deficit (-).
Trust funds 2
Federal funds

6
7

Off-budget entities
Surplus, or deficit (-)
Federal Financing Bank outlays.
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 (-)4
Other5

MEMO
12 Treasury operating balance (level, end of period)
13 Federal Reserve Banks
14 Tax and loan accounts

Fiscal
year
1983

Calendar year 1984

HI

Year

H2

Jan.

666,457 683,202 341,808
841,800 867,650 420,700

341,394
446,950
-175,343 -184,448 -78,892 -105,556
30,565
49,553
18,080
31,473
-205,908 -234,003 -96,971 -129,955

-7,277
-2,719

-7,495
-2,398

-5,115
-838

198,801

5,636 -19,180
8,885
2,775
30,426
8,514
21,913

80,592

Mar.

62,537
44,464
47,886
68,052
68,267
73,020
-5,515 -20,381 -28,556
1,043
557 -2,827
-6,558 -20,938 -25,728

-2,380
-1,560

-185,339-194,385 -84,884-109,501
170,817

Feb.

80,180
68,687
11,493
5,033
6,459

-1,431
-296

-920
262

-5,762 -20,588 -30,282

10,833

-198

23,686

18,172

-3,127 -16,683 -21,127
7,418 -4,643
3,202

8,722
-6,306

9,415 -24,772
13,299 -3,099

28,544
7,153
21,392

23,758
3,226
20,531

14,054
3,684
10,369

38,204
16,729
21,474

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

17,649
5,316
12,333

118,209

-121
-125

Apr.

13,567
4,397
9,170

17,649
5,316
12,333

7,568

17,038

Calendar year 1984

May

June

July

Aug.

U.S. budget
1 Receipts.
2 Outlays1
3 Surplus, or deficit (-).
4 Trust funds 2
5 Federal funds

37,459 69,282 52,017 55,209
88,707
71,391 71,283 68,433
-33,932 -2,001 -16,416 -33,498
10,425
441 -11,045
3,849
-37,781 -12,425 -16,857 -22,453

Off-budget entities
Surplus, or deficit (-)
6 Federal Financing Bank outlays.
7 Other3

-1,171
-181

U. S. budget plus off-budget, including Federal
Financing Bank
-35,284
8 Surplus, or deficit (-)
Source of financing
9 Borrowing from the public
8,604
31,023
10 Cash 5 monetary assets—Decrease, or increase (—)
and
11 Other
-4,344
MEMO
12 Treasury operating balance (level, end of period).
13 Federal Reserve Banks
14 Tax and loan accounts




8,182
4,855
3,327

-1,504
-296

-1,406
-306

-755
-419

-3,801 -18,128 -34,673
5,524
-6,388
4,666
13,567
4,397
9,170

24,540
-3,264
-3,148
16,312
3,972
12,340

Sept.

68,019 52,251 51,494 62,404
51,234 81,037 79,956 77,583
16,785 -28,786 -28,462 -15,179
8,426
-265
10,055
23,861
-7,077 -38,842 -28,197 -23,606

-467
-1,507

-48
-392

142
475

14,784 -28,019 -28,902 -14,563

25,340
4,167
-6,295 -18,987
3,038
-1
11,327
4,029
7,298

154
613

30,426
8,514
21,913

20,754
7,564
-299
22,345
3,791
18,553

19,353 24,055
14,780 -10,490
-5,231
998
5,566
2,216
3,350

17,649
5,316
12,333

85

26. U.S. budget
A. Receipts
Millions of dollars
Calendar year 1984
Source

May

June

80,180

37,459

69,282

39,192
22,321
5
31,993
15,127

4,333
23,519
8
1,269
20,463

32,200
23,347
3
11,196
2,346

9,441
1,476

11,786
2,691

2,295
2,015

11,929
614

19,972
16,774
523
2,308
369

17,702
16,704
433
191
373

26,036
18,532
4,637
2,501
366

26,441
17,168
432
8,457
384

19,759
17,811
1,165
373
410

2,693
839
570
1,613

2,870
974
523
1,535

3,042
937
505
1,374

3,322
990
550
1,543

3,229
1,060
466
1,253

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

1 AH sources'

683,201

62,537

47,886

44,464

2 Individual income taxes net
3 Withheld
4 Presidential Election Campaign Fund
5 Nonwithheld
6 Reftmds

301,920
285,867
34
80,866
64,845

33,881
21,070
0
12,728
-82

22,190
23,523
4
1,501
2,838

12,895
26,877
9
2,776
16,766

75,518
16,842

2,985
1,366

1,892
1,833

250,063
210,974
8,754
25,648
4,689

21,462
19,446
478
1,112
427

37,265
11,905
6,131
17,293

3,148
776
488
1,163

7
8

Corporation income taxes
Gross receipts
Refunds

9 Social insurance taxes and contributions, net
10 Payroll employment taxes and contributions2
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

. .

1

Calendar year 1984

Oct. !

Nov.

July

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 contributions2
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.

86



...

68,019

52,250

51,494

62,404

22,398
23,013
3
789
1,407

25,820
25,072
1
2,396
1,649

31,541
21,852
1
11,716
2,027

25,624
24,721
0
1,463
559

24,729
24,573
0
1,036
816

27,054
25,979
0
2,003
929

1,936
1,136

12,332
441

3,307
2,371

1,888
766

12,351
820

21,361
18,858
0
2,093
410

...

Sept.

55,209

3,376
1,313

...

Aug.

52,017

1 All sources'. .

21,932
17,547
-269
4,252
401

18,639
16,781
1,209
295
354

19,107
17,273
146
1,323
365

19,525
16,752
0
2,346
427

18,127
17,328
0
397
403

3,298
1,088
476
1,333

3,221
1,241
558
1,637

3,120
939
449
1,440

3,264

3,151
989
495
1,421

2,9€7
922
469
1,395

1,586

!

Dec.

26. U.S. budget—Continued
B. Outlays
Millions of dollars
Calendar year 1984
Source
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

1 All types

867,644

68,052

68,267

73,020

68,687

71,391

71,283

2
3
4
5
6

232,925
13,976
8,454
2,503
12,833

18,283
709
503
255
963

18,515
780
721
34
790

19,516
1,108
611
265
861

18,711
973
685
57
923

19,955
999
756
119
951

19,659
857
705
350
975

15,653
5,235
24,289
7,990
27,182

1,835
709
1,953
434
2,476

1,737
-648
1,517
524
2,305

1,315
224
1,555
514
2,172

1,364
-22
1,716
481
2,210

687
2,013
1,798
563
2,260

191
296
2,077
638
2,022

Health
Social security and medicare2
Income security
Veterans benefits and services
Administration of justice
General government

31,243
239,033
107,861
26,166
5,799
5,014

2,552
19,385
8,519
1,202
487
88

2,540
19,165
8,585
2,180
505
495

2,729
20,192
9,791
3,293
435
585

2,577
19,405
8,677
891
476
265

2,638
19,555
8,498
2,204
441
558

2,515
21,718
6,380
3,151
463
471

18 General-purjjose fiscal assistance
19 Net interest
20 Undistributed offsetting receipts3

6,401
116,041
-20,950

1,153
7,808
-1,263

201
9,800
-1,407

86
8,592
-824

1,219
9,211
-1,130

80
9,731
-2,414

204
9,606
-998

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 All types'

68,433

88,707

51,234

81,037

79,950

77,583

2
3
4
5
6

. . .

18,870
1,117
745
309
1,232

20,059
1,020
762
213
1,247

18,942
1,698
646
-266
1,293

19,329
1,995
961
562
1,390

20,930
1,423
667
327
955

20,156
1,297
692
278
1,253

7
8
9
10
11

Agriculture
Commerce
Transportation
Community and regional development
Education, training employment and social services

503
559
2,322
682
2,075

507
-161
2,272
698
2,710

145
103
2,331
850
1,839

2,344
1,390
2,411
1,106
2,369

2,144
-271
2,282
873
2,655

2,881
1,043
2,055
627
2,089

12
13
14
15
16
17

Health
Social security and medicare2
Income security
Veterans benefits and services
Administration of justice
General government

2,536
19,656
7,047
1,234
543
290

2,736
34,145
8,271
3,287
553
546

2,337
4,084
7,615
936
396
468

2,891
21,457
11,807
2,108
376
536

2,515
19,631
11,967
3,350
633
143

2,677
20,640
10,704
2,393
491
569

1,256
8,743
-1,296

91
11,106
-1,356

236
9,742
-2,160

1,735
9,497
-3,226

119
12,120
^2,508

21
10,085
-2,368

1

National defense
International Jiff airs . . . . . . .
General science, space and technology
Energy
Natural resources and environment

.

. .

7 Agriculture
8 Commerce and housing credit
,
9 Transportation
10 Community and regional development
1 1 Education training employment and social services
12
13
14
15
16
17

National defense
International affairs
General science space and technology
Energy
Natural resources and environment

18 General -purpose fiscal assistance
19 Net interest
20 Undistributed offsetting receipts3




.
.
.

87

27. Federal debt subject to statutory limit—Types and ownership, 1984
Billions of dollars

Mar. 31

Item

June 30

Sept. 30

Dec. 31

1 Federal debt outstanding

1,468.3

1,517.2

1,576.7

1,667.4

2 Public debt securities
3 Held by public
4 Held by agencies
5 Agency securities
6 Held by public
7 Held by agencies

1,463.7
1,223.9
239 8
4.6
3.5
1.1

1,512.7
1,255.1
257 6
4.5
34
1.1

1,572,3
1,309.2
263,1
4.5
3.4
1.1

1,663.0
1,373.4
2896
4.5
34
1.1

8 Debt subject to statutory limit

1,464.5

1,513.4

1,573.0

1,663.7

1,463.1
1,3

1,512.1
13

1,571,7
1.3

1,662.4
13

1,490.0

1 5200

1 5730

1 823 8

9 Public debt securities
10 Other debt'
1 1 MEMO- Statutory debt limit

...

, .

28. Gross public debt of the U.S. Treasury—Types and ownership
Billions of dollars, end of period
iy at

iy oo

Type and holder

1

Q2

^,

<* !

Q4

Ql

Type

2 Interest-bearing debt
3 Marketable
4
Bills
5
Notes . .
6
Bonds
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

,. .

Nonmarketable '
State and local government series
Foreign issues2
Government
Public
Savings bonds and notes 3
Government-account series

Q2

Q3

04

Ql

1,244.5

1 Total gross public debt

1,319.6

1,377.2

1,410.7

1,463.7

1,512.7

1,572.3

1,663.0

1 243 0
937 8
331 9
4944
111 4

1 318 1
978 9
334 3
527 I
117 5

1 375 8
1 024 0
3407
557 5
125 7

1 4009
1 0509
343 8
573 4
133,7

1 452 1
1 097 7
3502
6049
142 6

1,501 1
1 126 6
343.3
532 1
151.2

1 559 6
1 176 6
356 8
661 7
158 1

1 6606
1 247 4
3744
705 1
167 9

305 2
27.1
12 4
11 1
13
68 5
1970

339 2
33.1
11 4
10.8
6
69 4
225 0

351 8
35.1
11 5
11 5

354 4
38.1
99
99
0
71 6
2346

3745
39.9
88
8.8

383 0
41.4
88
8,8

70 3
2347

3500
36.7
104
10,4
0
70 7
231.9

72 3
253.2

73 i
259.5

413 2
44.4
91
91
0
73 3
2862

o

o

o

15

15

15

9g

11 6

11 6

12 7

23

Holder*
15 U.S. government agencies and trust funds
16 Federal Reserve Banks

201.2
1367

229.3
141 7

239.0
155 4

236,3
151,9

239.8
150 8

257.6
152.9

263.1
155.0

289,6
1609

17 Private investors
1 8 Commercial banks
19 Money market funds
20 Insurance companies
2 1 Other corporations
22 State and local governments

906 6
153 2
44 8
43 7
27 2
137.1

948 6
171 6
28 3
47 4
32 8
144.9

982 7
176 3
22 1
51 2
35 9
149.9

1 022 6
188 8
22 8
56,7
39 7
155.1

1 073 0
189 8
19 4
57 1
42 6
162.9

1 102 2
182 3
149
61.6
45 3
165.0

1 154 1
183 0
13 6
58 6
47 7
n.a.

1 212 5
185 5
26 0
73 9
50 2
n.a.

Individuals
23 Savings bonds
24 Other securities
25 Foreign and international3
26 Other miscellaneous investors6

68 8
47 9
156 2
227 7

69.7
51 6
160 1
242.2

706
584
160 1
258 3

71.5
61 9
166 3
259.8

72.2
640
166 3
2987

72.9
69.3
171 5
319.4

73.7
73 8
175 5
n a.

74 5
70 8
193 1
na

14 Non-interest-bearing debt

88



29. U.S. government securities dealers, 1984
A. Transactions1
Par value, averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
and maturity

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
1 U.S. government securities... 45,649 52,425 50,444 45,796 54,976 51,079 47,484 44,722 50,356 61,325 71,079 58,100
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
7

23,156 24,921 23,333 24,593 28,994 27,560 23,471 21,481 25,699 29,911 31,173 28,194
904
1 120
896
949 1 168 1 206 1 197
944 1 051 1 748 2,454 2027
9,619 11,802 11,038 8 873 11,401 10,613 9,869 9,491 10464 14,033 18,641 14,962
5,651 8,068 7 792 5 783 6,745 6,787 7,697 6 780 7 972 9463 10,633 7,914
6 104 6739 7 377 5 598 6669 4913 5 251 6026 5 171 6 170 8 178 5 003

2,751

4 151

1 999

2287

2,277

2,489

2,417

2,673

2 654

3 675

21 071 24 944 27 3?1 22 650 27 989 26 532 23 564 21 499 24459 28 832
21,828 23,329 21,124 20,859 24,499 22,269 21,503 20,550 23 243 28 818
6550 7 590 7 160 7 235 6580 7 084 7 979 7 053 8 978 9 250
4,884 5 344 4 810 7 608 6,188 3 979 4 512 3 019 4 461 4 976
3 121 2 716 2 506 3 072 3 326 3 109 3 185 2 538 3 792 4 168
8,892 8,110 8 124 9 854 8,877 10 034 11 580 10531 11 669 10589

3,686

3,981

33,382 24 766
34,018 29,353
10 177 8 521
5,203 4,381
4 015 3 376
11,079 10,882

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3
14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities

5,453
2 628
157

7 104
3 550
302

8 676
4 629
437

8 510 11 352
3 804 5 517
247
356

8 210
4 967
381

7 136
4 245
221

5 527
4 386
284

5 097
5 117
254

4964
5 115
138

6,650
5 473
230

4,686
4 605
131

703
2,154

1,611
2,596

1 ,394
2 ,597

997
2,914

1,779
3,068

1,756
2,810

1,141
2,719

1,412
3,180

1,071
2,458

1,257
2,654

1,807
3,583

1,447
3,380

FORWARD TRANSACTIONS*
17 U.S. government securities
18 Federal agency securities

Week ending Wednesday

Jan. 4

Jan. 11

Jan. 18 Jan, 25

Feb. 1

Feb. 8 Feb. 15 Feb. 22 Feb. 29 Mar. 7

50,754

47,047

49,187

38,623

44,628

50,939

55,257

50,973 54,993 47,261

26,128
1,152
9,406
7,034
7,034

23,147
1,005
9,505
5,944
7,446

24,626
1,467
10,280
6,055
6,760

20,407
865
7,593
5,118
4,641

21,982
1,080
11,434
5,087
5,046

24,358
804
13,099
6,778
5,901

23,114
805
11,591
10,264
9,484

28,097
909
10,053
6,263
5,651

25,040
1,000
12,630
9,678
6,646

2,957
21,239
26,559
6,493
4,844
2,636
11,083

2,679
21,978
22,390
6,209
5,622
3,353
9,870

3,116
23,186
22,885
7,784
5,272
3,496
8,268

2,386
17,931
18,306
6,199
3,760
2,595
7,333

2,881
20,020
21,728
6,568
4,338
2,945
8,395

3,857
24,643
22,439
7,468
4,705
2,487
7,691

5,290
24,925
25,041
9,179
5,378
2,420
8,666

4,668
23,251
23,054
6,065
5,888
2,806
8,321

1,890
3,335
27,749 26,486
23,910 18,884
7,317
7,450
5,428
5,788
3,192
2,719
7,714
7,883

4,336
2,116
293

5,994
2,583
207

6,782
3,412
240

4,784
2,511
159

4,223
1,964
140

7,648
3,402
208

6,180
3,335
302

7,408
2,986
232

7,433
4,718
398

8,344
4,861
485

833
2,106

430
2,256

983
2,607

753
1,584

823
1,980

2,231
3,089

1,728
2,863

965
2,644

1,474
1,985

819
2,409

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
1 U.S. government securities de alers
8 U.S. government securities br<
>kers
9 All others2
10 Federal agency securities
1 1 Certificates of deposit
12 Bankers acceptances
13 Commercial paper

21,693
807
8,941
9,162
6,658

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3

14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities . . ,
FORWARD TRANSACTIONS4
17 U.S. government securities. . . .
18 Federal agency securities




89

29. U.S. government securities dealers, 1984—Continued
A. Transactions'—Continued
Par value, averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Type and maturity

Week ending Wednesday

Mar, 14 Mar, 21 Mar. 28 Apr. 4 Apr. 11 Apr, 18 1 Apr. 25 \ May 2J May 9 May 16

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
1 U.S. government securities
1
3
4
5
6

Maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years

Type of customer
7 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

46,768 46,355 40,742

48,570 63,671

44,831 50,728 52,807

57,295 44,432

22,571 25,316 22,843
753
821 1,096
8,321 10,851 15,031
6,704 6,673 6,972
6,482 7,068
6,865

27,248 22,731 26,613 26,181 20,876 25,756
1,176
873
772
1,037
824
1,177
7,749 8,156 8,889 9,879 10,880
10,935
8,590 6,553 5,686 5,641 4,057 5,341
4,754 5,720
9,345 6,627 5,276 4,821

1,869
1,850 2,080 2,387
25,135 26,899 27,889 30,763
17,828 21,980 22,837 24,145
7,041
8,394 6,524 6,356
4,365 4,533 5,050
4,984
2,712
2,328 2,383 2,618
7,319 8,444 8,239 10,942

29,993
1,172
14,046
8,226
10,235

1,787
1,587
3,622 2,368 2,016 2,923
22,820 22,292 21,529 20,362 25,054 34,068
19,825 22,889 21,204 18,012 21,500 26,680
7,101 8,065 7,670 6,047 6,526 8,597
9,114 7,253 7,105
8,352 8,714 7,043
3,284 3,032 3,271
2,644 3,211 3,655
9,162 10,274 9,478 9,343 7,961 8,775

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3

10,445
5,100
334

7,269
4,706
465

8,531
3,651
379

10,157
4,639
358

9,560
3,884
259

6,971
4,134
265

8,823
3,467
297

6,422
3,044
176

10,448
4,543
403

14,067
7,466
253

1,184
2,874

1,103
3,023

2,489
2,292

1,038
2,998

635
3,695

322
2,969

2,657
1,592

1,140
2,648

2,547
3,783

1,735
3,880

May 23 May 30 June 6 June 13 June 20 June 27

14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities

July 4

FORWARD TRANSACTIONS"
17 U.S government securities
18 Federal agency securities

July 11 1 July 18 J July 25

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
7 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. . .

51,873 57,446 65,530 51,142 50,808 45,901 45,730 51,618 43,745
30,156
1,322
10,188
4,823
5,385

44,789

30,217 34,744 29,575 28,757 22,128 23,956 25,798 22,986 22,087
1,544
1,359
1,208
1,289
922
968
989
U93 1,400
9,234 13,507 9,532 8,869 7,941 9,683
12,335 11,881 8,606
11,694 6,970 6,644 5,137 6,199 9,525 6,369
7,053
7,720
5,046
5,981 5,811 5,002 5,205 3,769 4,500 6,217 5,160

2,413 2,904 2,682
1,860 2,271
2,850 2,721
2,171
25,972 27,250 33,302 27,073 28,087 23,032 21,327 24,729
23,730 27,347 29,507 22,208 20,450 20,455 21,500 24,207
5,221 4,871 8,285 6,599 8,528 6,354 6,903 7,790
4,092 4,183 4,698 3,876 3,549 3,813 4,274 4,993
3,260
3,368
3,431 3,697 3,267 2,803 2,816
2,981
9,524 8,747 10,480 9,435
9,608 10,361 12,251 11,038

2,533
1,457
21,920 22,883
19,292 20,450
9,622 7,286
4,336 4,546
3,245 3,170
12,056 11,117

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3

14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities

10,781
5,137
362

11,583
5,882
443

11,026
6,242
367

7,302
4,509
350

9,603
5,528
445

7,389
4,239
208

6,033
3,849
404

6,699
4,817
263

8,218
4,046
195

7,594
4,035
225

1,541
1,922

1,550
2,704

1,625
3,231

1,237
3,015

2,590
3,406

1,474
1,943

1,371
2,997

1,145
3,390

1,027
3,187

1,296
1,747

FORWARD TRANSACTIONS'*
17 U.S. government securities
18 Federal agency securities

90




29. U.S. government securities dealers, 1984—Continued
A. Transactions'—Continued
Par value, averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending Wednesday
Type and maturity

Aug. 1 Aug. 8 Aug. 15 Aug. 22 Aug. 29 Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
49,117 47,479 59,647 37,361 35,883 39,200 49,413 52,366 51,012 46,722 48,420

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

21,551 22,286 27,632 17,817 18,640 22,188 25,124 26,396 24,559 24,753 24,043
734
1,197
1,182
1.142
1,392
1,018
1,298
887
682
854
1,075
13,283 11,751 10,961 8,622 8,081 5,242 9,333 10,666 12,758 9,464 10,023
7,817 6,045 9,022 5,262 5,038 8,000 8,992 8,553 7,179 6,522 8,328
5,285 6,323 10,836 4,773 3,390 3,088 5,110 5,359 5,374 4,965 4,729

Type of customer
1,908 2,647 2,570 2,326 2,937 2,397 3,009 3,363
1 U.S. government securities dealers . . . 2,886 2,896 3,136
8 U.S. government securities brokers, . . 24,556 22,323 29,264 19,384 16,573 17,689 24,631 25,310 24,791 22,324 22,112
21,675 22,261 27,248 16,069 16,663 18,943 22,456 24,119 23,824 21,389 22,945
9 All others2
8,594
7,479 8,884 9,184 5,172 5,212 6,177 8,872 11,517 8,135 7,213
10 Federal agency securities
3,915 3,560 3,399 2,764 2,633 2,853 4,006 4,641 5,076 3,832 4,674
1 1 Certificates of deposit
2,963 3,275 2,352 2,359 2,250 2,725 3,522 4,104 3,829 3,577 4,094
12 Bankers acceptances
11,312 10,650 10,060 10,515 10,615 12,194 11,608 12,061 10,853 11,176 11,246
13 Commercial paper
FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3
6,166
4,405
265

14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities

5,816
5,128
207

8,623
5,287
358

4,076
4,467
381

4,179
3,427
311

3,467
3,114
103

5,347
4,984
206

5,407
6,566
494

5,752
4,090
243

3,974
4,067
123

3,215
3,939
108

1,270
2,135

1,616
5,140

1,193
4,201

1,682
2,522

1,182
1,590

1,091
2,381

662
2,303

1,418
3,314

1,339
1,917

372
2,244

735
3,101

FORWARD TRANSACTIONS*
17 U S government securities .
1 8 Federal agency securities

..

Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Dec. 26
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

58,442 83,358 64,875 80,933 66,293 73,474 61,584 65,875 52,988 74,271 48,229
31,150 36,293 31,678 35,041 27,296 34,581 25,542 33,268 24,954 34,938 23,208
1,880
1,370 2,120 2,492 3,016 2,976 2,304
1,878 2,288 2,468 1,365
11,177 21,537 16,269 22,665 15,232 19,598 18,648 14,112 13,180 19,194 15,113
9,672 13,562 8,496 11,766 8,477 9,737 9,425 11,791 7,832 11,128 5,436
5,074 9,846 5,941
8,446 12,312 7,254 6,090 4,826 4,733 6,543 3,107

Type of customer
1 U.S. government securities dealers . . . 3,474 4,949 3,487
8 U.S. government securities brokers. . . 27,296 39,211 30,714
9 All others2
27,672 39,198 30,674
10,921 10,000
8,306
10 Federal agency securities
1 1 Certificates of deposit .
. . .
5,031 5,564 5,591
4,700 4,200 4,264
12 Bankers acceptances
13 Commercial paper
9,751 10,131 10,715

4,069
38,219
38,646
10,431
5,721
4,588
12,571

3,686
30,177
32,431
12,411
5,026
3,389
11,641

3,676 3,008 4,198 3,291 4,860 3,404
35,658 28,766 28,683 24,432 33,987 18,981
34,140 29,811 32,994 25,265 35,424 25,844
11,168 8,142 8,604 7,749 11,885 6,491
5,543 4,843 4,382 4,278 6,033 3,405
4,320 3,763 3,732 3,713 4,344 2,189
11,436 8,989 10,713 10,547 13,041 9,283

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3

14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities

4,873
4,713
97

5,961
8,112
161

5,751
4,652
233

8,762
5,610
236

6,514
5,106
259

6,325
5,046
185

4,834
5,617
292

5,377
7,080
161

5,345
4,413
127

7,476
5,845
187

2,144
1,982
86

1,625
3,230

2,387
2,016

596
2,202

2,320
3,361

1,170
4,974

2,598
4,266

1,503
2,215

989
2,710

651
3,516

2,522
4,199

1,519
3,401

FORWARD TRANSACTIONS*
17 U S government securities
18 Federal agency securities




91

29. U.S. government securities dealers, 1984—Continued
B. Positions'
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars

Jan.

Type and maturity
NET IMMEDIATE

Feb.

Mar.

9,203

2,890

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept. • Oct. J Nov. j Dec.

2

1 U.S. government
securities
2 Bills
3 Other within 1 year . .
4 1-5 years
5 5-10 years
6 Over 10 years
7 Federal agency
securities . . . .
8 Certificates of deposit . .
9 Bankers acceptances
10 Commercial paper

12,727

10 815 9,658 4,619
1,083
949
811
1 662 -265 -1,789
-706 -1 610 -323
-289
328 -515
11 398
6,532
3,495
2,762

1,333

-9,060 -6,390 -6,288

16,151
6,914
2,838
3,012

16649
6,970
3,299
2,797

16 849
6,403
3,186
2,937

-10,276 -7,786 -1,218
754 1,255
2 052

-721
976

9,364
1 071

79

602

12,532
7,327
3,243
2,779

3,361 11,330

14,537

14,489 18,326

2,929 -7 105 -2,631 -2,382 4,542 10,316 11 649 9,748 13,841
-32
310
116 -487 -416
-596
-604
-89
-291
343
-999
50
188 2 471 4 012 5 551 7,234 7,449
-46
-939 -1 341
-865 -1 165 -1034 -1554 -1717 -2,122
-598
-865 -2,250 -2,714 -2,490 -2,355 -1 348 -431 -565
15,999
6,990
3,498
3,969

16,040 16,098
7,407
6,708
4,183 4,691
3,161 4,158

14,063
7,890
5,274
4,531

13 169
7,620
3,980
4,685

16,106
8,511
4,474
4,965

18,471
9,157
4,329
5,694

FUTURE POSITIONS
1 1 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons .
13 Federal agency
securities

38

-174

201

2,611 -1,394 -7,176 -9,478 -9449 -8,104-10,668
3 372 2 803 2 667 2 519
1 395
808
1 858
622

610

267

-836 -1,794

-675

-927

826

-248

-21

-10

FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U.S. government
securities
15 Federal agency
securities

92



-1 454-2,258

-829 -1 932 -4 588

-855 -1,382 -2,188

-7 512 -8,019 -9,753 -9 501 --10 278 --10,763--10,272 -9 682 -8601 -8568 -9,208 -8,303

29. U.S. government securities dealers, 1984—Continued
B. Positions1—Continued
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending Wednesday

Type and maturity

Jan. 11 Jan. 18 Jan. 25

Feb. 1

Feb. 8 Feb. 15 Feb. 22 Feb. 29 Mar. 7 Mar. 14

9,963

10,309

14,046

14,964

12,587

6,523
842
2,564
621
-709
11 731
7091
3,397
3 746

8,065
931
1,931
-63
-690
11,328
6263
3,534
3 066

4,922
11,374 12,779 13,695 12,582
9,370
7,936
6,541
6,788
111
1,250
1,090
1,296
928
846
1,258
637
873
1,824
1,720
837
1,351
358 -2,712
-719 -1,490 -2,238
184
-416
-506 -1 246 -1 686 -2,270 -1 519 -1,195 -1,281
441
-317
-250
64
-180
-596
886
151
928
11,917 11,086 11,370 12,265 13,287 12,394 12,501 14,719 16,821
6609 6417
6 741 7 045 6983 7 503 7 838 7 646 6 890
3,171
3 153 3,275
3,434
3,265
3,062 3 202 2,645
4,061
2 904 2 137 2 710 3 342 2 722 2 405 2455
3 128 3 077

Jan. 4

NET IMMEDIATE2

1 US. government securities
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years
Federal agency securities . . .
Certificates 01 deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper

13,477

9,707

4,567

7,687

6,316

2,980

FUTURE POSITIONS
1 1 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities

-6 512 -9 676 -10 106 --11 852 --11 132 --11 163 --11 016 -6436 -2 238 -2 539
1,386
554
533
456
1 185
1,925
1 439
1,121
658
1 592
397
10
-92
117
-220
228
-184
-104
-383
-326

-112
2,226
163

FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U S government securities .
15 Federal agency securities

-1 039 -1,190 -1,595 -1 818 -1 577 -3,383 -2 728 -1 419 -1 381 -1 156
-963
-7 814 -7 671 -8 033 -7 282 -7 039 -7 828 -8 214 -8 059 -8 159 - 8 422 -10451
Mar 21 Mar. 28 Apr. 4 Apr. 11 Apr. 18 Apr. 25 May 2

May 9

May 16 May 23 May 30

NET IMMEDIATE2

1 US. government securities
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

1,255

Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years
Federal agency securities ,
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper

799

2,659

5,054 2,991
2,977
804
300
903
-3,122 -1,212 -627
-821
-718
928
-843 -1,154 -1,006
17,495 15,744 15,315
6,505 6,792 6,596
2,677 2,935 2,586
2,975 2,677 3,759

2,542

4,958 -1,967 -4,165 -9,523 -7,972 -9,179-11,193

1,080 -2,812 -7,657 -8,251 -6,025 -8,021
3,604 6,456
-1 -263
-541
-284
-83 -295
36 -130
-922 -1,158 -1,999
716
708
517 -1,665
560
-802 -1,719
-994
-550
-638 -777
396 -220
221 -519 -1,713
-921 -1,388
-653
-63 -408
17,306 17,242 16,533 16,724 17,004 16,912 16,378 16,709
5,968 6,029
6,141
6,870 7,003 7,181
6,934 7,216
3,499 2,694 2,624
3,075 3,676 3,424 3,592 3,719
3,050
,0
2,550 2,601
3,065 3,218
1,874
3,050 2 6 9

FUTURE POSITIONS
11 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities ,

-513
2,403
380

-991 -1,733 -1,147 -2,963
240
,8
908
1,277
924
387
474
370 -326

594
902
-172

3,587
796
228

6,811
1,035
479

10,467
803
694

11,070 11,525
1,274 1,347
768
620

FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U.S. government securities
15 Federal agency securities ..

-485
-767 -534 -726 -1,104 -3,571 -4,407 -4,242 -5,001 -5,559 -3,844
-10,658 -9,623 -9,205-10,485 -9,112 -9,019 -9,913 -10,879-10,519 -9,782 -9,711
June 6 June 13 June 20 June 27 July 4

July 11 July 18 July 25 Aug. 1 Aug. 8

2

NET IMMEDIATE

1 U.S. government securities .
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Bills
Other within 1 year . . .
1-5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years
Federal agency securities.
Certificates of deposit ...
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper

-6,985 -5,045 -4,685 -7,714-11,927 -8,226 -7,202 -4,623 -1,513
-4,432 -1,373 -701 -4,087
-427
-365
-647
-848
171
-177
1,093
-125
-541 -1,463 -1,502 -1,431
-1,490 -1,803 -2,089 -2,535
17,270 16,543 15,727 14,981
6,679 6,667
6,991 7,289
3,172
3,236
3,606 3,841
4,232 4,039 4,001
3,817

130

-5,310 -4,392 -2,947
-251
0 2,776
-275
-547
18
-1,038 -670
-615
1,503
819
76 -659
-818
2,431
-721
-457 -1,265 -1,436
-627
-2,031
-4,453 -2,607 -2,512 -2,574 -2,496 -2,825
15,961 16,889 16,230 15,191 15,791 17,338
6,565
7,569 7,780 7,492 7,025 7,128
3,703 4,296 4,283 4,002 4,371
4,826
3,132
3,174
3,350 2,907
4,135
3,562

FUTURE POSITIONS
11 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities.

8,223
1,537
604

4,917
1,780
840

-547
1,043
701

-95
2,354
977

828 -1,413 -1,430 -1,401 -2,430 -2,701
3,476 3,217 2,975
3,604 3,662
3,470
1,071
616
530
560
632
675

FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U.S. government securities
15 Federal agency securities..




-2,734
-667
-283
-416 -565 -1,874 -1,696 -2,696 -1,138
-909
-10,860-11,242-10,563 -10,161 - 11,555-11,239-10,286 -9,177 -9,702-10,533

93

29. U.S. government securities dealers, 1984—Continued
B. Positions1—Continued
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending Wednesday
Type and maturity

Oct. 3 | Oct. 10

Oct. 17

13,281

13,799

12,265

12,987

10,052

12,894

11,444

11,937

481
2,725
-1,178
-2,592

80
6,956
-1,764
-2,122

-36
4,295
-1,776
-1,666

23
4,610
-2,066
-1,853

-31
3,917
-1,357
-1,607

16,037

14,014

12,247

11,693

12,816

13,254

7,058
5,342
4,285

7,376
5,487
4,468

8,343
5,521
4,872

8,195
4,897
4,352

7,922
4,782
4,493

-8,492
2,976
469

-8,605
2,942
407

-9,796
2,801
340

-9,553
2,679
352

-9,631
2,741
159

-8,404
2,035
13

-8,818
2,662
-139

-10,331
2,821
-297

-415
-9,071

-124
-9,734

-674
-9,741

-1,203
-9,672

-714
-8,404

-925
-7,769

-759
-8,166

-318
-9,339

-489
-8,724

Oct. 24

Oct. 31

Nov. 7

Nov. 14

Nov. 21

Nov. 28

Dec. 5

Dec. 12 j Dec. 19 | Dec. 26

14,943

17,845

14,212

16,598

13,686

15,185

13,874

17,256

16,898

21,822

10,281
188
6,357
-1,002
-1,015
13,612,
7,392
3,641
5,214

11,679
382
8,075
-1,701
-725
13,645
7,928
3,984
5,258

8,762
486
8,804
-2,764
-1,211
14,999
8,621
4,109
5,923

10,212
-493
8,307
-1,686
125
14,875
8,434
3,857
5,741

9,990
-825
5,776
-937
-465
14,758
8,685
4,638
4,435

10,225
-783
7,111
-1,622
107
19,525
8,437
5,124
4,176

11,020
-647
6,029
-1,741
-930
17,524
8,112
4,665
4,997

13,490
-253
6,125
-1,668
-577
18,540
8,191
4,241
5,109

13,585
-419
6,335
-2,336
-407
18,438
8,943
3,730
5,916

15,505
-662
9,387
-2,342
-205
18,619
10,273
4,483
6,308

-10,407
1 1 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons
3,337
-371
13 Federal agency securities. . . .

-8,874
1,479
-297

-8,472
2,079
-10

-8,083
1,658
42

-8,056
1,575
13

-7,837
925
-94

-8,522
-132
-81

-9,032 -11,163 -12,517
489
1,076
1,133
148
51
-125

-1,322
-8,355

-945
-9,093

-1,468
-9,056

-1,518
-8,893

-1,725
-10,585

-852
-8,141

-1,416
-9,098

Aug. 15

Aug. 22

Aug. 29

Sept. 5

Sept. 12

Sept. 19

Sept. 26

1 U.S. government
securities

4,684

3,620

4,378

8,375

10,082

10,539

2
3

4,537

5,199

5,282

8,322

9,780

11,025

-101
2,733
-753
-1,826

-252
2,072
-945
-2,550

-42
3,498
-1,729
-2,717

173
2,622
-237
-2,584

490
2,732
-342
-2,662

15,841

14,498

16,423

16,627

6,647
4,349
4,471

6,554
4,642
4,360

6,898
4,804
3,802

-7,959
2,536
735

-9,899
2,048
588

14 U.S. government securities . . -1,254
-9,142
15 Federal agency securities

NET IMMEDIATE2

4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Bills
Other within 1
vear
,,.
1-5 years
5—10 years ...
Over 10 years
Federal agency
securities
Certificates of
deposit
Bankers acceptances . . .
Commercial paper .'

7,417
3,767
4,026

7,607
3,962
4,047

FUTURE POSITIONS
1 1 Treasury bills
1 2 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities
FORWARD POSITIONS

NET IMMEDIATE*
1 U.S. government
securities
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

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

FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U.S. government securities . ,
15 Federal agency securities

94



-1,258
-8,068

-2,399
-8,359

-3,763
-7,656

29. U.S. government securities dealers, 1984—Continued
C. Financing1
Millions of dollars
Source

Jan.

Feb.

Mar

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS2
1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term agreements

37,038 40,156 39,621 43,525 46,269 44,990 42,412 41,845 42,461 48,558 49,834 52,222
60,527 60,499 64,837 65,149 65,742 65,225 69,221 71,733 70,864 72,907 78,049 75,532

REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term agreements

67,797 70,086 70,473 74,563 72,513 70,133 69,928 74,018 81,941 84,770 82,964 89,419
51,777 51,891 52,921 53,023 54,805 54,761 55,217 53,545 53,799 61,396 74,249 67,185

Feb.
Jan. 4 Jan. 11 Jan. 18 Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 8 Feb. 15 Feb. 22 29 Mar. 7 Mar. 14
REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS2
41,514 35,267 37,467 34,989 37,919 38,052 41,957 40,617 40,444 36,363 39,064
60,119 60,504 60,254 60,250 61,547 62,529 57,976 58,848 62,432 64,922 64,818

1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term agreements
REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term agreements

71,743 68,129 67,326 63,540 70,333 69,337 69,935 68,768 72,256 69,013 69,488
48,197 49,321 52,197 54,778 53,255 53,771 51,448 51,099 50,974 54,391 51,977

Mar 21 Mar. 28 Apr. 4 Apr. 11 Apr. 18 Apr. 25 May 2 May 9 May 16 May 23 May 30
REVERSI; REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS2
39,024 41,483 45,993 40,648 41,756 45,291 45,859 45,622 44,056 48,289 47,621
66,254 63,773 63,789 64,327 66,907 64,873 65,412 66,138 66,389 65,554 65,805

1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term agreements
Rj-PURCHASE AGREEMENTS3

71,061 70,281 75,592 74,113 72,177 75,581 76,562 74,193 72,378 70,412 71,484
52,644 54,380 48,647 51,847 57,236 52,726 52,834 52,398 54,450 57,118 56,375

3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term agreements

June 6 June 13 June 20 June 27 July 4 July 11 July 18 July 25 Aug. 1 Aug. 8
REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS2
44,539 46,331 45,490 44,412 42,730 43,159 42,822 41,762 41,542 40,639
61,823 63,221 64,082 68,725 71,150 66,738 69,361 69,002 70,975 71,176

1 Overnight Jind continuing
2 Term agreements
REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term agreements

72,335 70,385 72,674 71,413 55,549 73,162 73,633 70,359 71,503 71,999
53,130 52,722 52,160 55,059 68,881 51,592 52,588 54,057 54,235 53,553
Aug. 15 Aug. 22 Aug. 29 Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17

REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS2
1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term agreements

43,152 41,707 41,103 43,949 41,037 42,976 42,250 43,028 4 , 0 48,301
944
70,889 73,347 72,272 70,233 69,986 71,025 72,128 70,447 71,423 72,579

REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term agreements

940
76,155 74,537 71,369 80,303 82,071 83,544 82,185 7 , 6 84,791 85,040
52,456 54,463 54,969 50,054 53,281 53,654 55,757 56,182 58,187 61,412

Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Dec. 5 12 Dec. 19 Dec. 26
Dec.
REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS
1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term agreements

2

49,423 50,424 51,589 51,643 43,195 50,543 55,742 51,818 51,924 49,256
640
74,772 74,329 74,501 75,316 85,094 78,025 76,200 77,729 7 , 4 79,118

REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term agreements




85,022 87,413 88,417 88,391 59,395 91,502 93,343 89,891 89,319 85,414
63,763 65,350 66,924 67,110 96,133 69,143 68,468 68,305 68,777 71,797

95

30. Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies, 1984
Millions of dollars, end of period
Agency
1 Federal and federally
sponsored agencies .

Jan.

Feb.

Mar,

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

239,872 241,628 2 6 0 5 247,145 2 2 0 4 255,376 258,957 263,642 267,383 269,131 270,314 2 0 8 4
4,9
5,4
7,4

2 Federal agencies
33,919 33,785 34,204 34,273 34,231 34,473 34,560 34,497 34,739 35,012 35,078 35,145
146
142
234
215
206
197
188
181
172
162
153
149
3 Defense Department1
14,852 14,846 15,347 15,344 15,344 15,604 15,611 15,606 15,733 15,721 15,721 15,882
4 Export-Import Bank2-3
5 Federal Housing 4
140
133
Administration
173
162
154
146
138
166
155
139
169
156
6 Government National
Mortgage Association
participation
2,165 2,165
2,165
2,165 2,165 2,165 2,165 2,165 2,165 2,165 2,165 2,165
certificates3
1,337
7 Postal Service6
1,404
1,404 1,337
1,337
1,337
1,404
1,337
1,337 1,337
1,337
1,404
8 Tennessee Valley
Authority
14,980 14,875 14,805 14,890 14,930 14,980 15,070 15,030 15,160 15,450 15,520 15,435
9 United States Railway
111
111
51
51
51
51
51
51
Association6
111
111
51
111
10 Federally sponsored agencies7 . 205,953 207,843 211,891 212,872 217,813 220,903 224,397 229,145 232,644 234,119 235,236 235,699
11 Federal Home Loan Banks .. 48,344 48,224 48,594 49,786 52,281 54,799 57,965 62,116 65,616 66,126 66,230 65,085
12 Federal Home Loan
Mortgage Corporation ..
6,679 7,556 8,633 8,134 9,131 8,988 7,822 9,068 8,950 9,634 10,299 10,270
13 Federal National Mortgage
Association
74,676 75,865 77,966 78,073 79,267 79,871 80,706 79,921 80,123 80,357 81,119 83,720
73,023 72,856 73,180 73,130 73,138 73,061 73,297 73,352 73,131 72,859 72,267 71,255
Farm Credit Banks.
Student Loan Marketing
Association8
3,231 3,342 3,518 3,749 3,996 4,184 4,607 4,688 4,824 5,143 5,321 5,369
MEMO
16 Federal 9
Financing Bank
debt
Lending to federal and
federally sponsored
agencies
17 Export-Import6 Bank3
18 Postal Service
19 Student Loan Marketing
Association8
20 Tennessee Valley
Authority
21 United States Railway
Association6
M

135,940 135,859 137,707 138,769 139,936 141,734 143,322 144,063 1 4 8 6 1 4 9 8 145,174 145,217
4,3 4,7

14,789 14,789 15,296 15,296 15,296 15,556 15,563 15,563 15,690 15,690 15,690 15,852
1,154 1,154 1,154 1,154 1,087 1,087 1,087 1,087 1,087 1,087 1,087 1,087
5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

5,000

13,255 13,150 13,080 13,165 13,205 13,255 13,345 13,305 13,435 13,725 13,795 13,710

111

111

111

111

111

51

51

51

51

51

51

51

Other lending™

22 Farmers Home
Administration..,
23 Rural Electrification
Administration...
24 Other

96



54,776 54,471 55,186 55,691 56,476 57,701 58,856 59,196 59,511 59,021 58,801 58,971
19,927 19,982 20,185 20,413 20,456 20,611 20,671 20,742 20,587 20,694 20,887 20,693
26,928 27,202 27,695 27,939 28,305 28,473 28,749 29,119 29,475 29,710 29,863 29,853

31. New security issues of state and local governments, 1984
Millions of dollars
Type of issue or issuer, or use
1 All issues, new and
refunding

Year
106,641

Type of issue
2 General obligation
26,485
16
3 U.S. government loans2 . . .
4 Revenue . . . ,
80,156
2
17
5 U.S. government loans . . .

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

5,444

5,579

7,323

7,680

7,537 11,726

1 147
0
3,674
0

1 855
2
2,889
1

2066 2422
2
0
3,378 3,157
1
2

2438
0
4,885
6

2 857
0
4,823
0

1 919 1 781 1 433 3 770 2 611 2,185
2
1
1
4
1
3
5,618 9,945 6,534 8,788 10,937 15,528
1
1
1
1
0
3

7,967 12,558 13,549 17,713

33,962

1,335

1,658

9 Issues for new capital, total

94,050

3,676

4,178

Use of proceeds
Education
Transportation
Utilities and conservation . . .
Social welfare
Industrial aid
Other purposes

7,553
7,552
17,844
29,928
15,415
15 758

439

283

632

484

428

877

464

466

844
984

514

590

1,180
1 138

658
1 097

1,685
1 227

1,195
2 239

118

423

1,418
875

385
3 728

2,013
3 018

1 238

1 165

1 268

1 721

1 Oil

1,015
4 823
1 055
2 806




Dec.

4,744

63,550

10
11
12
13
14
15

Nov.

4,821

type of issuer
6 State
7 Special district and statutory
authority
8 Municipalities, counties,
townships,
school districts

9,129

Oct.

725

327

931

583

886

497

447

465

2,157

596

1 110

3 159

2 155

3 177

2 866

3 990

4313

5 121

7 321

5 202

7 087

7 265 11 894

1,684

1,827

2 836

2 920

1,951

2,248

2 169

4 361

5,878

4,461

4,146

6,024

6,959

6,592 10,749

127

204
613

304

316
1 447

76

197

228

987

429

463

884

627

405

5,093

7,454 11,104 12,169 15,791
333

679
821

755
999
671
1 018 2 151 1 339
2,784
'534 4,133
3 500 3 701 3 598
1 522 3,866 5,572
1 526 1 101 1 041

97

32. New security issues of corporations
Millions of dollars
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Sept. | Oct. I Nov. 1 Dec.

July

Aug.

6,490

5,981 6,598

6,897

8,103 £,812

2,566

2,587

2,895

3,055

4,075 3,173

n.a,
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

282
60
200
228
458
353
148
0
0
322
355
590
1,100
0
100
708 1,574 1,570

367
114
0
510
50
2,014

22
423
23
201
111 105
910
120
0
0
3,009 2,324

type of issue or issuer, or use

1983
120,074 7,709

1 All issues'

3,851

5317

6,035

7,032 2,269

n.a.
na

n.a.
na

n.a.
na

n.a.
n a.

16851 849
7,540 562
32
3,833
9 125 313
0
, . 3,642
27 502 2 813

655
335
250
763
0
1 848

962
511
0
950
650
2244

1 449 2 158
1,109 1,055
150
175
755 1 115
505
725
1 822 2049

51,579 3,140

2 Bonds
3
4

8,503 11,728 10,488 11,504 8,190

4,652

6,411

4,453

4,472 5,921

3,924

3,394 3,703

3,842

4,028 3,639

68,495 4,569

Type of offering
public
Private placement

Industry group
5 Manufacturing
6 Commercial and miscellaneous
7 Transportation
8 Public utility . . . .
9 Communication
10 Real estate and financial
1 1 Stocks

47,369
21 126

n.a.
na

n.a.
n.a
706
425
115
363
250
410

n,a.
n.a.

12
13

Type
Preferred
Common

7 213 594
44 366 2 546

1 962
2 690

893
5 518

440
4013

492
665
3980 5256

644
290
247
3,634 3,147 3059

300
3,542

433
253
3,595 3,386

14
13
16
17
18
19

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous
Transportation
Public utility
Communication
Real estate and financial

14 135
13,112
2729
5001
1 822
14,780

888
994
355
350
187
366

1 038
646
283
534
2
2,149

1 654
1,225
91
674
1 133
1,634

1 424
1,494
113
639
37
746

1 545 2,449
922 1,358
221
109
264
550
8
138
1,512 1,317

1,015
1,415
337
72
20
1,065

962
1,309
997
743
145
165
263
200
0
236
698 1,379

744
868
305
588
36
1,301

458
649
1,598
852
192
413
622
245
13
12
1,145 1,468

132,311 7,728

7,707

5,465

6,075

4,073 7,401

7,641

10,917 7,758 12,350 11,931 6,SMO

109,683 5,685

5,328

3 370

4,290

2264 5,180

6,309

8,863

6,225

10,403

n.a.
na

n.a.
na

n.a.
na

n.a.
n a.

n.a,
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a,

1984
1 All issues1

... .

2 Bonds . .
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Type of offering
Public
Private placement

73,357
36326

Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous
Transportation
Public utility
Communication
Real estate and financial

24,607
179
13 726 1 007
4,694
10
10679 325
2,997 210
52 980 3 954

452
650
75
385
0
3 766

68
265
180
521
200
2 135

691
1 098
69
495
0
1 937

383 1,440
221
536
0
225
100
475
0
0
1 560 2504

950
875
40
650
31
3 763

2,484 1,614
776
576
183
200
765
758
0
0
4 654 3 076

2,989
988
161
1,150
240
4 875

1,447 1,741
1,198 555
19
110
555
575
1,557 169*
4,749 2,768

22628 2043

2379

2096

1 785

1 809 2221

1,332

2 054 1 533

1 947

2,407 1,022

305
4,118
18 510 1 738

425
1 954

227
1 869

339
1 446

579
244
1 230 1 977

209
1,123

155
334
1 720 1 378

555
1 392

655
1,752

91
931

299
616
15
45
20
1,384

387
486
105
134
18
966

165
732
62
188
94
544

442
584
718
316
1
84
116
282
11
16
433 1,027

204
382
28
136
0
582

712
489
16
146
69
515

227
1,025
66
150
3
936

137
112
71
66
26
610

11 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

98

9,524 5,918




4,054
6,277
589
1 624
419
9,665

n.a.
n.a.

427
465
54
225
30
842

n.a.
n a.

258
558
0
44
123
1,071

212
378
87
92
9
755

n.a.
n.a.

33. Open-end investment companies
Millions of dollars
Item
1 Sales of own shares2
2 Redemptions of own
shares3
3 Net sales. . . ,

1983
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Apr.

May

June

July

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

84,345

8,037

6,056

7,871

8,424

7,378

8,107

6,925

6,117

5,915

6,481

6,231

6,803

57 100
27,245

4233
3,804

3 510
2,546

5 066
2,805

6482
1,942

4479
2,899

5403
2,704

4 500
2,425

4 885
1,232

4412
1 503

4264
2 217

3 920
2,311

5 946
857

Mar.

Aug.

Sept.

4 Assets4

113,599 80,384 84,981 90,075 98,669 101,423 106,449 104,279 104,616 109,455 107,314 113,052 113,599

5 Cash position5
6 Other

8 343 6943 7404 7 904 8 501 8 575 8 907 8 815 8 164 8 868 8 256 9 395 8 343
105,256 73,441 77,577 82,171 90,168 92,848 97 542 95 464 96452 100 587 99 058 103 657 105 256

1984
1 Sales of own shares2 107,469 10,249
2 Redemptions of own
76,147 5,530
shares3 = . .
31 322 4719
3 Net sales

8,233

8,857

9,549

8,657

8,343

7,488

8,956

8,156

9,517

9,458

10,006

5,162
3 071

5,339
3 518

7,451
2098

5,993
2 664

6,156
2 187

5,777
1 711

6,497
2 459

6,185
1 971

6,766
2 751

6,343
3 115

8,948
1 058

4 Assets4

137,126 114,839 111,068 114,537 116,812 111,071 115,034 115,481 128,209 129,657 131,539 132,709 137,126

5 Cash position5
6 Other

11,978 8,963 9,140 10,406 10,941 10,847 11,907 11,620 12,698 13,221 11,417 11,518 11,978
125,148 105,876 101,928 104,131 105,871 100,224 103,127 103 861 115 511 116436 120 122 121 191 125 148

34. Corporate profits and their distribution
Billions of dollars; data are at seasonally adjusted annual rates
Item

1982

1984

159 1
165 5
607
104 8
69 2
35 6
-9,5
31

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

1983

225 2
203 2
75.8
127 4
72.9
54 5
-11.2
33 2

285 7
235 7
89 8
145 9
80 5
65 4
-5 7
55 7

1982

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

159 9
167 6
62 9
104 7
69 2
35 5
-6 3
-1 4

161.7
169 8
62 9
1069
68 6
38 2
-8 9
8

163 3
168 9
61 9
107 0
690
38 1
-10 1
45

151.6
155 8
55,0
100 8
702
306
-12 6
84

1984

19 83

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

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

179.1
161 7
59 1
102 6
71 1
31 4
-4 3
21.7

216.7
1982
74 8
123 4
71 7
51 7
-12 1
30.6

245 0
2274
84 7
142 6
73 3
69 3
-19 3
369

260,0
225 5
84 5
141 1
75 4
65 6
-9 2
43 6

277 4
243 3
92 7
150 6
77 7
72 9
-13 5
47 6

291 1
246 0
95 g
150 2
799
702
-7 3
52 3

282 8
224 8
83 1
141 7
81 3
60 3
2
58 3

291 6
228 7
87 7
141 0
83 1
58 0
-1 6
64 5

99

35. Current assets and liabilities of nonfinancial corporations1
Billions of dollars, except for ratio

1982
Account

Qi

Q2

±

1983

Q3

Q4

Qi

Q2

Q3

1984
QI

1

Q2

!

Q3

|

Q4

1,419.1 1,420.3 1,447.1 1,432.7 1,444.2 1,468.0 1,522.8 1,557.3 1,600.6 1,630.6 1,667.2 1,680.9

1 Current assets

143 i

2 Cash
3 U.S. government
securities
4 Notes and accounts
receivable
5 Inventories
6 Other

16.7

16.7

19.3

22.8

260

28.2

27.0

30.6

35,1

367

32 3

36.4

536.8
591 4
149.2

536.1
588 5
151.8

540,8
598 8
158.5

519.2
578 6
165 2

525 3
577 6
172 1

539.3
576 2
176.4

565.0
597 3
183.0

577.8
599 3
183.7

596.9
623 1
186.3

612 4
633 3
193 2

628.1
662 2
194 0

617,7
659 0
206.3

7 Current liabilities

981.9

984.9 1,005.1

976.8

983.4

990.2 1,026.6 1,043.0 1,079.0 1,112.0 1,143.3 1,149.6

8 Notes and accounts
payable
9 Other

540.7
441 2

543.2
441 7

551.5
453 6

543.0
433 8

530.9
452 6

536,6
453 6

559.4
467 2

577.9
465 2

584.1
495 0

604.6
507 3

624.8
518 5

627.7
521 9

10 Net working capital . . .

437.2

435.4

442.0

455.9

460.8

477.8

496.3

514.3

521.6

518.6

524.0

531.4

1 1 Current ratio2

1.445

1.442

1.440

1,467

1 .469

1.483

1.483

1 .493

1 .483

125 1

127 2

129 7

147 0

147 9

150 5

165 8

159 3

155 0

150 6

1 .466

161 6

1 .458

36. Total nonfarm business expenditures on new plant and equipment, 1984
Billions of dollars; quarterly data are at seasonally adjusted annual rates
Industry
1 Total nonfarm business
Manufacturing
2 Durable goods industries
3 Nondurable goods industries
Nonmanufacturing
4 Mining
Transportation
5 Railroad
6 Air . .
7 Other
Public utilities
8 Electric
9 Gas and other
10 Commercial and other1

100




337.48

_L_ 348.34 L
v

361.12

367.21

65 95
7243

61 26
68.71

63 12
72.21

68 31
73.72

71.13
75.07

16 88

17 61

1601

1696

16.93

6 77
3 55
6 17

5 76
3.23
5 96

7 46
3 52
606

7 47
3,73
650

640
3.73
6.16

37 09
10 30
134 39

38 36
8,77
127 83

37 82
10.07
132 07

36 82
11.07
136 55

35,37
11.31
141 10

Year

QI

353.54

Q3 _ _ _ [ _

Q4

1 .462

37. Domestic finance companies—Assets and liabilities
Billions of dollars, end of period

1980

Account

Q2

Q3

Q4

61,352
86,059
12,625
160,036
21,244
2,628
136,164
23,620

62,352
84,789
13,029
160,170
22,306
2,779
135,085
23,593

63,226
90,335
13,753
167,314
23,550
2,833
140,931
23,113

159,785

158,678

164,044

13,215
45,487

12,565
44,879

14,294
47,704

10,509
50,258
18,011
22,306

9,838
51,837
15,700
23,860

10,442
52,415
15,909
23,280

159,785

158,678

164,044

ASSETS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Receivables
Consumer
Business
Real estate
Total, gross
LESS: Reserves for unearned income
LESS: Reserves for losses
Total receivables, net
All other

....
....

9 Total assets
LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL
10 Bank loans
11 Commercial paper
Debt
12 Other short-term
13 Long-term
14 All other liabilities
15 Capital surplus and undivided profits

....

16 Total liabilities and capital
ASSETS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Receivables
Consumer
Business
Real estate
Total, gross
LESS: Reserves for unearned income
LESS: Reserves for losses
Total receivables, net
All other

1981
66,659
97,042
16,518
180,219
26,686
3,024
150,509
26,045

71,181
95,201
17,209
183,591
28,479
3,115
151,997
26,929

72,356
100,289
17,868
190,513
30,034
3,217
157,262
27,147

168,910

176,555

178,926

184,410

13,232
49,432

14,762
54,845

14,867
57,068

16,119
57,206

11,374
52,071
18,891
23,910

11,751
52,599
18,606
23,991

11,249
52,757
18,302
24,683

11,256
56,029
18,527
25,272

168,910

9 Total assets

64,920
90,813
15,231
170,964
25,147
2,994
142,823
26,084

176,555

178,926

184,410

LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL
10 Bank loans
11 Commercial paper
Debt
12 Other short-term
13 Long-term
14 All other liabilities
15 Capital surplus and undivided profits
16 Total liabilities and capital
ASSETS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

_

Receivables
Consumer
Business
Real estate
Total, gross
LESS; Reserves for unearned income
LESS: Reserves for losses
Total receivables, net
All other

73,509
101,079
18,467
193,055
31,129
3,386
158,540
28,197

76,531
101,837
19,541
197,909
31,987
3,292
162,630
30,483

76,809
101,615
20,011
198,435
32,358
3,425
162,652
30,419

78,143
101,372
20,215
199,730
31,942
3,495
164,293
30,744

186,734

193,113

193,069

195,037

17,450
52,135

17,424
56,485

17,833
52,261

18,332
51,063

11,925
59,294
20,235
25,695

12,278
60,752
20,115
26,060

13,185
61,665
21,889
26,237

12,653
64,404
21,210
27,374

186,734

193,113

193,069

195,037

9 Total assets

1982

LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL
10 Bank loans
11 Commercial paper
Debt
12 Other short-term
13 Jomg-term
14 All other liabilities
15 Capital surplus and undivided profits
16 Tbtal liabilities and capital




101

37. Domestic finance companies—Assets and liabilities—Continued
Billions of dollars, end of period

1983

Account
Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

80,068
103,020
20,491
203,579
31,893
3,541
168,145
33,635

83,030
105,887
20,652
209,569
32,754
3,746
173,069
33,483

85,358
106,292
21,843
213,493
32,703
3,837
176,953
33,728

87,429
113,428
22,532
223,389
33,022
3,970
186,397
34,018

201,780

206,553

210,678

220,415

18,429
51,641

16,924
55,729

17,518
56,458

18,699
59,748

12,369
65,512
24,721
29,108

13,147
65,216
26,216
29,320

12,677
66,893
26,824
30,308

13,935
68,053
30,146
29,834

201,780

206,553

210,678

220,415

ASSETS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Receivables
Consumer
Business
Real estate
Total, gross
LESS: Reserves for unearned income
LESS: Reserves for losses
Total receivables, net
All other

9 Total assets
LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL
10 Bank loans
11 Commercial paper
Debt
12 Other short-term
13 Long-term
14 All other liabilities
15 Capital surplus and undivided profits
16 Total liabilities and capital
ASSETS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Receivables
Consumer
Business
Real estate
Total, gross
LESS: Reserves for unearned income
LESS: Reserves for losses
Total receivables, net
All other

1984
90,496
124,430
23,049
237,975
33,949
4,386
199,640
35,797

95,594
124,531
25,186
245,311
36,028
4,324
204,959
36,378

96,747
135,227
26,291
258,265
36,529
4,417
217,319
35,366

228,863

9 Total assets

87,356
120,484
22,238
230,078
32,824
4,089
193,165
35,697

235,437

241,337

252,685

16,194
64,761

18,280
68,478

19,699
66,825

21,340
72,547

14,050
70,269
32,448
31,142

15,549
69,674
32,071
31,385

16,070
73,849
32,616
32,278

16,171
77,203
33,119
32,305

228,863

235,437

241,337

252,685

LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

10 Bank loans
11 Commercial paper
Debt
12 Other short-term
13 Long-term
14 All other liabilities
15 Capital surplus and undivided profits
16 Total liabilities and capital

102



38. Business credit of domestic finance companies
A. Accounts receivable
Millions of dollars

Type

1975

TV/»\ci

1
2
3
4
5

Total outstanding, end of period
Retail automotive (commercial
vehicles)
Wholesale automotive
, ,
Retail paper on business, industrial,
and farm equipment . . . .
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . . . .
All other business credit

Oranges during period, seasonally
adjusted
6 Retail automotive (commercial
vehicles)
7 Wholesale automotive
8 Retail paper on business, industrial,
and fiirm 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.

6,399
7,759

6,354
7464

6,450
7,604

6,609
7 567

6,684
7685

6,748
7713

6893
7 154

6878
6 608

6894
7 198

7,077
7 189

7096
7 268

7 344
7410

9,585

9575

9613

9728

9983 10005 10 386 11 124 11 310 11 714 11 949 12 199

5,098
8,498

5,172
8,893

5,182
8,949

5,142
9,169

5,192
9 343

4,985
9,255

5,340
9034

5,384
8406

5,626
8 395

5,420
8,404

14

50
70

73
41

60
72

31
127

115
27

69
257

101
496

-110

49
-68

-585

115

5,468
8582

5,518
8409

96

144
-38

-386

11

84

157

65

229

44

305

258

201

123

229

241

75
257

14
207

-5
-103

-15
-147

84
240

-318
36

454
-25

17
-152

254
10

-319
86

140
130

72
-4

1976
1
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
9
10

Total outstanding, end of period
Retail automotive (commercial
7 397 7495 7 723 7972 8207 8477 8 668 8793 8933 9 196 9 393 9686
vehicles)
,.
Wholesale automotive
7,401
7,864 8,266 8,244 8359 8,501 7,903 6972 7,645 7,641 8,381 8,726
Retail paper on business, industrial,
and farm equipment
12 462 12 679 12759 13 057 13 437 13 755 14 119 14441 14 810 15 358 15 757 16217
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . . . . 5,364 5,531 5,668 5,770 5,770 5,911 5,919 5,952 6,069 6,131 6,039 6,137
All other business credit
8 556 8 873 9 118 9061 9 066 8 961 8 796 8 809 8 873 8 838 8 869 8 694
Changes during period, seasonally
adjusted
Retail automotive (commercial
vehicles)
Wholesale automotive
Retail paper on business, industrial,
and farm equipment . . . .
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . . . .
All other business credit

107
-37

198
183

161
76

169
168

319

334

295

270

-37
118

92
81

90
46

26
-7

183
342

192
71

204
123

243
646

361

211

310

316

330

78
-3

88
-5

35
27

100
37

60
46

205
-113

245

252
342

165
226

332

388

392

36
25

-3
29

17
-14

-412

1977
1
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
9
10

Total outstanding, end of period
Retail automotive (commercial
vehicles)
9,917 10091 10,502 10916 11 279 11 731 12010 12 245 12360 12,618 12 815 13211
Wholesale automotive
9 138 9 584 10204 10228 10632 10700 10 500 9 306 9 388 10655 11 268 11 954
Retail paper on business, industrial,
und farm equipment
16 519 16 676 16 615 16961 17405 17 880 18 364 18 811 19 323 20221 20732 20985
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . . . . 6,049 6,135 6,213 6,385 6,349 6,539 6,587 6,655 6,698 6,743 6,705 6,670
All other business credit
8,828 9,168 9,531 9,664 9842 9,915 9754 9 837 9920 9,895 10,062 10 137
Changes during period, seasonally
adjusted
Retail automotive (commercial
vehicles)
Wholesale automotive
Retail paper on business, industrial,
and farm equipment . . . .
Lojtns on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . . . .
All other business credit




352
196

287
97

287
266

362
73

290
150

303
406

351
332

314
490

249
j

223
574

266
197

257
447

412

316

248

372

415

375

470

424

495

498

460

337

114
103

-34
75

73
65

80
189

80
179

97
139

74
41

27
166

3
50

103
90

-10
153

-61
224

103

38. Business credit of domestic finance companies—Continued
A. Accounts receivable—Continued
Millions of dollars

1978
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

6
7
8
9
10

Oianges during period, seasonally
adjusted
Retail automotive (commercial
vehicles)
Wholesale automotive
Retail paper on business, industrial,
and farm equipment
Ijoans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . . . .
All other business credit

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July | Aug.

Sept. j Oct. j Nov. j Dec.

13,366 13,432 13,757 14011 14,441 14,969 15,112 15,328 15,326 15,701 15,936 16,278
12,205 12,607 12,942 13,037 12,892 12,234 11,386 9,461 10,134 11,082 11,897 12,727
21 468 21,568 21 375 21 856 22435 22965 23 543 24 068 24,154 24,971 25494 25,920

6,479 6,655 6,838 6,964 6,969 7,282 7,219 7,307 7,458 7,261 7,381 7,552
10,279 10,733 11,393 11,488 11,563 11,530 11,346 11,445 11,525 11,581 11,790 11,934

250

194

202

84

222
-139

309
-192

352
-137

214
-331

265
-27

219
469

286
203

286
456

265
287

625

388

201

504

520

404

490

408

236

324

360

524

53
113

46
137

56
290

148
105

30
158

184
46

30
121

64
125

119
49

-46
228

112
172

126
278

48

15

1979
1
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
9
10

Total outstanding, end of period
Retail automotive (commercial
vehicles)
Wholesale automotive
Retail paper on business, industrial,
and farm equipment
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . . . .
All other business credit
Changes during period, seasonally
adjusted
Retail automotive (commercial
vehicles)
Wholesale automotive
Retail paper on business, industrial,
and farm equipment
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable
All other business credit

104



16,411 16,479 16,881 17 142 17,386 17439 17,483 17,510 17,373 17,534 17,474 17,492
13,577 14,475 15 170 15 500 16229 16748 16 547 14 129 13,658 13986 14053 13766
25,734 25,760 25 821 26 158 26482 27 166 27,550 28 074 28,411 29,497 30077 30647
7,369 7,449 7,351 7,540 7,561 7,510 7,355
12,082 12,676 13 293 13423 13620 13 839 14,242

7,562 7,311 7,349 7,625 8,020
14483 14,735 14,797 14 958 14,604

200
885

235
516

278
264

186
213

91
551

-35
738

80
422

9

350

466

305

214

655

235

389

462

471

439

591

11
196

-115
189

-134
150

173
224

110
224

-197
280

-1
803

6
275

-144
136

83
408

241
110

423
-151

95
113
-489 -1,041

44
-7
-193
-180

-59
-891

38. Business credit of domestic finance companies—Continued
A. Accounts receivable—Continued
Millions of dollars

1980
Type
Jan.
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
..

6
7
8
9
10

Feb.

Mar.

Apr

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

9,614

9,363

9,217

8,943

8,868

17,423 17,318 17,153 16,956 16,560 16,283
13,013 13,118 12,966 12,807 12,661 12,373
31,213 31,453 31,836 32,474 32,816 33,167
7,972 8,261 8,488 8,363 8,427 8,323
14,369 14,900 15,217 15,599 15,611 15,914

Changes during period, seasonally
adjusted
Retail automotive (commercial
-44
vehicles)
.•
-892
Wholesale automotive
Retail paper on business, industrial,
722
and furm equipment
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored com276
mercial accounts receivable . . . .
All other business credit
-298

62 -208
-45 -645
611

-133
48

891

-286
-75

-450
-263

-382
-673

575

312

212

295 -182
-147
455

78
35

-157
297
Midyear revision

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Total outstanding, end of period
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles) .
Business, industrial, and farm
equipment
..
Wholesale financing
Automotive . . . .
Equipment1
All other1
Leasing
Automotive2
Equipment3
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . . .
All other business credit
Changes during period, seasonally
adjusted
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles) .
Business, industrial, and farm
equipment
Wholesale financing
Automotive
Equipment1
All other1
Leasing
Automotive2
Equipment3
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . . .
All other business credit




10 088

9,867

16 230 16,673 17,090 17,386 18,150 18,563 18,766
12 373 11,094
5 072 4,959
4 296 4,107

9,569
4,846
3,866

9,751 10,368 11,009 12,007
4,180 4,621 4,550 4,378
4,581 4,011 4,044 3,951

6 194 6,066 6,260 6,144 6,089 6,038 6,178
16 937 17,402 17,562 17,937 18,160 18,482 19,092
8 323
6 546

8,340
6,435

9,722
6,763

8,268
7,179

8,382
7,394

7,799
7,663

9,559
7,536

-212

-219

-239

-158

295

448

-724
111
-150

-202
-22
-133

-142
597

564
203

-29
116

1,339
259

-198

-132

412

450

346

-480
169
-706
445
673 . -724

505
22
61

665
-210
-35

159
448

-14
304

-110
297

5
225

-901
360

113
501

-744
210

1,680
-102

278

105

38. Business credit of domestic finance companies—Continued
A. Accounts receivable—Continued
Millions of dollars
Type

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Total outstanding, end of period
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles) .
Business, industrial, and farm
equipment
Wholesale financing
Automotive . .
Equipment '
All other1
Leasing
Automotive2 .
Equipment 3
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . .
All other business credit

Jan. J Feb. [ Mar. | Apr. [ May

8,719

8,537

8,435

8,407

8,340

!

15mi
June Lluly

Aug. | Sept.

Oct. j Nov. i Dec. ,

8,289

8,352

8,495

8,285

8,478

8,504

8,569

18 856 18 942 18 826 19,168 19 355 19 632 20297 20,409 20,588 21,317 21 539 21 251
11 564 1 1 465 10 869 11 415 12 314 13 499 13498 11 665 11 200 11 853 12 650 12 987
4,542 4,860 5,000 5,276 5 399 5,453 5,276 5,168 5,372 5,303 5,296 5,287
3 894 3 995 4 123 4276 4266 4 442 4437 4426 4,445 4,481 4 619 4 527

6092 6 045 5 968 5 890 5 812 5 758 5 682 5 552 5 437 5,373 5490 5 619
19,454 19,315 19,741 20,082 20,617 21,799 22,001 22,244 22,383 22,743 23,464 24,513
10,050 10,166
7,526 7,663

Changes during period, seasonally
adjusted
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles) . -100
Business, industrial, and farm
303
equipment
Wholesale financing
Automotive .
-280
Equipment2
222
All other1
128
Leasing
2
Automotive
-84
Equipment3
... .
488
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable
449
All other business credit
-423

9,955 10,052 10,320 10,282
7,896 7,782 7,741 7,888

9,954 10,263
7,861 8,007

9,578
7,720

9,956 10,166 10,452
7,208 7,243 7,082

-98

-124

2

116

121

48

91

28

83

45

316

172

212

491

144

151

358

220

-47

-432
170
58

-520
37
46

743
155
113

932
71
-31

487
51
85

289
41
30

-397 -1 115
-40
207
-10
79

385
20
41

248
72
15

377
-60
3

-95
- 15

-111
432

-45
^84

-70
534

-61
1 084

-91
359

-98
295

-46
172

-36
378

58
899

14
445

-199
82

-251
196

__ ^
69

487
-30

-36
31

-184
143

122
-4

-66
-118

95
-399

371
-56

-=13
-100

9,007

8,867

8,803

8,969

9,067

-100

-66

-156

H>82

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Total outstanding, end of period
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles) .
Business, industrial, and farm
equipment
Wholesale financing
Automotive . .
Equipment '
All other1
Leasing
Automotive2 .
Equipment'
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . .
All other business credit
Changes during period, seasonally
adjusted
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles) .
Business, industrial, and farm
equipment
Wholesale financing
Automotive
Equipment'
All other1
Leasing
Automotive2 .
Equipment3 . .
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . .
All other business credit

106



8,488

8,450

8,560

8,676

8,938

9,154

9,067

21 002 21 258 21 158 21 022 20 945 20 761 20793 20651 20666 20,706 20600 20400
12 824 12 808 12 499 12 202 12 085 13 149 13 589 12 732 13 500 13,271 12 357 12,116
5 307 5 432 5 550 5 560 5 533 5 504 5 238 5 062 5 027 4 918 4 787 4 833
4233 4 355 4 483 4 498 4 529 4 659 4 639 4590 4 649 4,715 4 773 4 730
5 562 5 651 5 877 5,139 5 221 5 266 5 287 5 167 5,073 5,036 5 134 5,281
24 757 24 899 25 161 25 401 25 681 26 059 26 262 26485 26737 27023 27 056 27 700

10,235 10,568 10,584 10,817 10,151 10,018 10,382 10,257
7,278 7,315 7,207 7,295 7 259 7 267 7,206 7,193

-26

59

31

62

255

54

-52

-38

9,943 10,101
7,153 7,136

-123

-31

9,999
7,121

9,896
7,349

218

61

-157

-17

-8

283

47

-156

-115

-102

-106

-24

-125

241
45
-61

-340
-36
81

-59
30
19

-110
-69
-38

-247
-59
_4

723
-21
75

906
-135
36

672
-154

62
-42
45

-132 -2 017
-25
-78
-12
-6

38
246

183
313

-506
330

32
236

44
275

-1
306

• -7
382

-54
213

40
276

48
204

23
71

131
-19

71
-4

130
98

-562
-66

-13
88

195
-57

-165
-14

-1
-19

141
42

62
7

-269
192

-11
336
QQ

-76

-289

-599

6
64

38. Business credit of domestic finance companies—Continued
A. Accounts receivable—Continued
Millions of dollars

1983

TL.__

Type

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Total outstanding, end of period
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles) .
Business, industrial, and form
equipment
Wholesale financing
Automotive
Equipment '
All other
Leasing
Automotive
Equipment3
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . . .
All other business credit
Changes during period, seasonally
adjusted
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles) .
Business, industrial, and farm
equipment
Wholesale financing
Automotive
Equipment1
All other1
Leasing
Automotive2
Equipment3
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . . .
All other business credit

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

9,128

9,111

9,427

9,666

9,803 10,082 10,207 10,332 10,494 10,615 10,712 10,814

June

July

19969 20,032 19,983 19,993 19,942 20,447

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

19,964 19,965 20,036 20,062 20,022 20,056

12,124 12,756 12,732 12,575 12,930 12,847 11,865 10,390 11,663 12,701 13,839 15,206
4689 4705 4,668 4778 4608 4,953 4,784 4905 4,774 4,659 4,520 4,654
4,992 5,240 5,376 5,247
4,530 4,645 4,720 5,304 4,874 4,925 4,917
4,491
7,035
5,673 5,798 5,941
6,285 6,561
6,100
5,382 5,312
5,442 5,484 5,517
27,674 27,684 27,795 27,789 27,788 27,974 28,020 27,700 28,334 28,546 28,675 29,581
10,022 10,070 10,773 10,849 10,854 11,527 11,576 11,881 12,109 12,163 11,720 12,305
7 884 7 874 7,555 7 546 7,548 7,510
7,593 7525 7,790 7,913 8,082 8,530'

126

-211

362
-157

5
81
66
179
491

86

249

168

102

86

-17

-97

467

304

31
-96
19

-29
55
40

112

75
81

106
24

40
72

-213
-69

397
-131

69
-27

303
61

192

120

56

-111

-16
-150

280

-183

529

-643

96
70

116
167

447
-78
97

260
-71

339
659

231
186

206
260

284
54

427
50

538
141

-106
153

-29
307

-6
288

98
14

164
157

463
-10

144
80

-439

121
-51

857
-21
141

-65
172
22

279

172

-130

44

-93
-2
133

-354

219
o

321
-165

1,321

69
48

19 84

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Total outstanding, end of period
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles) .
Business, industrial, and farm
equipment
Wholesme financing
Automotive
Equipment1
All other1
Leasing
Automotive2
Equipment3 . . . .
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . . .
All other business credit
Changes during period, seasonally
adjusted
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles) .
Business, industrial, and farm
equipment
Wholesale financing
Automotive
Equipment '
All other'
Leasing
Automotive2
Equipment3
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . . .
AH other business credit




10,855 10,839 10,845 10,903 11,051 11,234 11,307 11,362 11,303 11,414 11,374 11,334
20,137 20,235 20,172 20,271 20,527 20,878 20,974 19,863 20,078 20,247 20,419 20,771
15,455 16,613 17,440 17,361 17,070 16,350 15,115 14,390 13,877 16,013 17,308 18,509
4751 4,789 4,644 4,607 4,593
4,816
4655 4795 4,991 4941 4,947 4,941
6,624
6,442 6,619
5,437 5,444 5,645 5,794 5,743 5,986 5,905 5,934 6,162

7 399 7 866 8,425 8 877 9472 10,061 10,524 10855 11,028 11,298 11,639 12,353
29767 29841 30,425 30673 31,136 31,922 32020 32765 33 444 33,804 34,190 35,883
12,312 12,431 13,412 13,643 13,581 13,587 13,680 13,804 14,025 14,136 14,140 14,690
9,556 9,609 9,825 10,093 10,180 10,470
8,723 8,848 9,129 9,155
9,162
9,471

89

41

n.a.

2

71

50

219

266

104

70

-19 -1 040

261

76

56

87

825
55
431

510
-9

436
89
115

367

405
513

370
183

453
544

558
375

575
518

514
679

549
380

559
849

285
-116

-21
209

348
197

283
-3

144
247

-14
162

235
159

121
163

-131

-119

81

-168 -1 218

-28

-164

-18
214

-292

108
-62

1 237

-35
123

27

62

39

-20
477

25

215

1 152

-37
23

349
43
142

391
564

373
531

271
554

377
453

393
78

344
531

133
114

226
31

114

-865

10
289

1,295

-82
212

107

38. Business credit of domestic finance companies—Continued
B. Extensions and repayments
Millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted
Type

19 75

Jan.

Extensions
I Retail automotive (commercial
527
vehicles)
2 Wholesale automotive
2 518
3 Retail paper on business, industrial,
and farm equipment
490
4 Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable. . 2,560
1,122
5 All other business credit
Repayments
6 Retail automotive (commercial
478
vehicles)
2,586
7 Wholesale automotive
8 Retail paper on business, industrial,
479
and farm equipment
9 Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable. . 2,485
865
10 All other business credit

~? " "~r "

)

j

i

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July j Aug. i Sept. | Oct. I Nov. [ Dec.

507
2,534

540
2 521

553
2 662

544
2,911

523
3 020

576
3 238

536
3,384

571
3,961

590
3,479

576
3,122

626
3,752

474

571

583

590

624

723

633

558

671

632

691

2,422
1,059

2,382
866

2,482
1,040

2,635
1,068

2,806
1,043

3,793 3,302 3,677 3,688 3,526 3,487
1 ,083
98 1 1 ,044 1 ,094 1 ,094 1 ,099

493
3,119

490
2451

480
2621

484
2,839

492
2 893

46 1
467
3 211 3,127

390

414

518

361

580

418

2,408
852

2,387
969

2,497
1,187

2,551
828

3,124
1,007

3,339
1,108

470
3,465

475
3,589

480
3,508

482
3,790

375

357

548

403

450

3,285
1,133

3,423
1,034

4,007
1,008

3,386
964

3,415
1,103

795
3,810

814
741
4,642 4,702

1976

1
2
3
4
5

Extensions
Retail automotive (commercial
716
737
783
598
678
669
712
699
vehicles)
666
3,795 4,171 4038 4,235 3,905 4,520 4,256 4,172 4,367
Wholesale automotive
Retail paper on business, industrial,
702
and farm equipment
689
714
765
826
816
743
793
789
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable. . 3,338 3,587 3,493 3,376 3,543 3,582 3,676 3,632 3,588
All other business credit
1 145 1 126 1 128 1 124 1 142 1 174 1 195 1 217 1,253

776

858

831

3,566
1,257

3,512
1,320

3,652
1,334

Repayments
6 Retail automotive (commercial
480
524
533
540
550
562
576
491
508
507
516
vehicles)
497
3 832 3 988 3 962 4 067 4 018 4 178 4 185 4 049 3 721 4 222 4 300 4 476
7 Wholesale automotive
8 Retail paper on business, industrial,
and farm equipment
. ..
370
380
455
510
486
444
470
439
407
382
516
519
9 Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable. . 3,375 3,495 3,403 3,350 3,465 3,494 3,641 3,532 3,528 3,530 3,515 3,635
1 027 1 045 1 082 1 131 1 145 1 179 1 168 1 180 1,207 1 232 1 291 1 348
10 All other business credit

108



38. Business credit of domestic finance companies—Continued
B. Extensions and repayments—Continued
Millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted

1977
TVpe

Jan.

Extensions
1 Retail automotive (commercial
933
vehicles)
4,973
2 Wholesale automotive
3 Retail paper on business, industrial,
944
and farm, equipment
4 Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable. . 3,655
1,391
5 All other business credit
Repayments
6 Retail automotive (commercial
581
vehicles)
7 Wholesale automotive
. . , 4,777
8 Retail paper on business, industrial,
532
and farm equipment
9 Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable. . 3,541
1,288
10 All other business credit

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

5 048

967
5,275

1,034
5 374

1,016
5,673

972
5,058

963
5,553

1,018
5,478

1,026
5,598

974

976

946

1 017

1 045

1,214

1,322

1,334

1,177

3,513
1,408

3,569
1 466

3,509
1,497

3,546
1,494

3,613
1,489

3,746
1,508

3,710
1,504

3,740
1,580

3,757
1,625

3,534
1,693

598
4,657

613
4,904

627
4788

648

664

740
4,979

769

5,183

723
5,065

752

4 869

683
5,042

702

4 898

5,281

5,151

515

745

602

561

571

547

621

719

824

874

840

3,527
1,361

3,440
1,343

3,489
1,277

3,429
1,318

3,449
1,355

3,539
1,448

3,719
1,342

3,707
1,454

3,637
1,490

3,767
1,472

3,595
1,469

Apr

Feb.

Mar.

885
4,754

900

989

938

5,170

4 861

831

993

3,493
1,436

19 78
Extensions
1 Retail automotive (commercial
1,039
vehicles)
5,234
2 Wholesale automotive
3 Retail paper on business, industrial,
1,298
and Ktrm equipment
4 Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable. . 3,593
1 681
5 All other business credit
Repayments
6 Retail automotive (commercial
vehicles)
789
5 186
7 Wholesale automotive
8 Retail paper on business, industrial,
673
and larm equipment
9 Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable. . 3,540
10 All otheif business credit
1,568

1,005
5,197

1,024
5,531

1,060
5 699

1,161
5 969

1,220
5 809

1,108
5 729

1,174
5 938

1,147
6474

1,227
6,286

1,246
6,435

1,242
6,398

1,436

1,331

1 373

1 544

1 521

1 607

1 563

1,528

1,442

1,482

2,133

3,594
1 752

3,656
1 873

3,878
1 892

3,940
1 916

4,179
1 927

4,207
1 950

4,346
2 063

4,395
2 169

4,494
2083

4,485
2 053

4,757
2 164

811

822
5,447

838

852

868

5 838

6 161

5 946

894
6060

909

5 182

5 965

928
6005

941
6083

960
5,979

6,111

1,048

1,130

869

1 034

1 117

1 117

1,155

1,292

1,118

1,122

1,609

3,548
1,615

3,600
1,583

3,730
1 787

3,910
1 758

3,995
1 881

4,177
1,829

4,282
1,938

4,276
2,120

4,540
1,855

4,373
1,881

4,631
1,886

977

IS>79
Extensions
I Retail automotive (commercial
vehicles)
....
1,200
2 Wholesale automotive
6505
3 Retail paper on business, industrial,
and rarm equipment
1,471
4 Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable. . 4,761
5 All other business credit . .
2 227
Repayments
6 Retail automotive (commercial
vehicles)
1,000
7 Wholesale automotive
5 620
8 Retail paper on business, industrial,
1,462
and farm equipment
9 Loans on commercial accounts
rticeivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable. . 4,750
2,031
10 All other business credit




1 251
6 614

1 304
6 141

1 232
6 213

1 154
6 343

1 038
5 836

1 147
6 108

1 167
5 635

1 192
5423

1 134
6456

1,090
5 116

1,045
4,894

1,509

1,503

1 558

1 563

1,696

1,645

1,659

1,612

1,695

1,718

1,754

4,716
2 262

4,929
2,334

5,462
2 755

5,707
2 488

4,976
2468

4,786
2 623

4,797
2 574

4,929
2 434

5,120
2 886

5,886
2 656

6,160
2,392

1,016
6098

1,026
5,877

1 046
6000

1 063
5 792

1 073
5 098

1 067
5 686

1,072
6 124

1 079
6464

1,090
6,649

1,097
5,296

1,104
5,785

1,159

1,037

1,253

1,349

1,041

1,410

1,270

1,150

1,224

1,279

1,163

4,831
2,073

5,063
2,184

5,289
2 531

5,597
2 264

5,173
2 188

4,787
1 820

4,791
2,299

5,073
2,298

5,037
2,478

5,645
2,546

5,737
2,543

109

38. Business credit of domestic finance companies—Continued
B. Extensions and repayments—Continued
Millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted

1980
Type
Jan.
1
2
3
4
5

Extensions
Retail automotive (commercial
vehicles)
Wholesale automotive
...
Retail paper on business, industrial,
and Farm equipment
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable
All other business credit

Feb.

Mar

Apr.

May

June | July ] Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov. ] Dec,

1 059 1 129
912
830
659
703
5,010 5 593 4 607 4,546 3,631 3,711
1 ,903

1 ,935 2,03 1 1 ,859

1 ,777

1 ,765

6,614 6,852 6,760 5,836 5,973 5,222
2 475 2 387 2 280 2 193 2 150 2,250

Repayments
6 Retail automotive (commercial
vehicles)
7 Wholesale automotive . .
. .
8 Retail paper on business, industrial,
and iarm equipment
9 Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable
10 All other business credit

1 103 1 067 1 120 1 116 1 109 1 085
5,902 5,638 5 252 4 621 3 894 4,384
1 181 1 324 1 140 1 284

1 465

1,553

6,338 6,985 6,465 6,018 5,895 5,379
2 773 2 339 2 427 1 738 2 115 1 953
Midyear revision

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Extensions
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial
vehicles)
Business, industrial, and farm
equipment
Wholesale financing
Automotive
Equipment1
AH other1
Leasing
Automotive2
Equipment3 . .
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable
All other business credit

Repayments
Retail financing of installment sales
10 Automotive (commercial
vehicles)
11 Business industrial, and farm
equipment
Wholesale financing
12 Automotive
1 3 Equipment1
14 AU other1
Leasing
1 5 Automotive2
1 6 Equipment3
17 Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable
18 All other business credit

110



457

525

476

532

1,452

1,434

1,438

3,711 3,997 4,630 4,049 5,452 5,806
625
836
852
688
755
863
769
944
899
994
890
931

6,116
634
794

1,123

246
641

...

493

1,280

267
973

483

1,289

1,063
716

5,222 5 437 5,277
857
864
790

457

1,436

982
860

362
776

307
771

342
617

5,118 5,677 4,536 5,933
904 1 287 1 086 1,024

705

702

696

683

674

664

985

841

1,158

1,040

984

1 ,092

4,721 4,832 4,529 5,283 5,301
733
418
725
874 1 394
1 094 1 032
321 1,655
829

5,451
844
829

409
376

499
513

5 466 3 938
748
531

823
412

376
472

417
474

337
392

6,019 5,564 5,280 4,253
876 1,126
786
544

38. Business credit of domestic finance companies—Continued
B. Extensions and repayments—Continued
Millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted

1981

Jan.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

9

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Extensions
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles) .
556
Business, industrial, and form
equipment
1,339
Wholesale financing
Automotive
5,431
Equipment
865
All other1
883
Leasing
Automotive2
271
Equipment
952
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable 5,288
All other business credit
969
Repayments
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles) .
Business, industrial, and farm
equipment
Wholesale financing
Automotive
Equipment1
AUother
Leasing
Automotive2
Equipment3
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable
All other business credit

656

Feb.

Mar.

556

525

Apr

537

May

June

565

July

466

612

Aug.

Sept.

717

716

Oct.

643

Nov.

Dec.

683

616

1,367

1,461

1,497

1,510

1,594

1,631

1,655

1,526

1,681

1,548

1,511

4,997
855
894

5,611
790
922

5,420
790
952

5,813
749
972

5,503
733
977

5,395
772
983

5,446
720
954

5,336
774
951

5,298
652
940

4,985
632
962

3,863
589
925

229
938

256
898

251
826

261
255
882 1,550

256
849

204
747

209
811

296
901

321
1,352

345
828

7,207
1,067

5,889

5,860

5,834 5,733

6,041

5,999

6,019

6,212

5,507

1,187

1,146 1,106 1,125 1,094

1,075

981

837

917

801

654

649

637

631

622

610

601

595

595

592

588

1,416

1,181

1,338

1,382

1,140

1,511

1,375

1,323

1,328

1,558

1,036

1,284

5,711
643
755

5,429

355
464

324
953

4,839

746
,0

1,392

985

6,299

6,131 4,677 4,881 5,016 5,106 5,843 6,451 4,913 4,737 3,486
731
682
685
753
567
632
560
635
678
649
760
953
892
922
836
876
875
899
947
839 1,003
961
367
466

296
442

331
348

347
490

316
466

6,140 5,865 5,812 5,870 5,917
951
991 1,077 1,136 1,094

302
452

255
639

332
523

263
453

331
383

5,919 6,065 5,924
1,079 1,099 1,236

5,841
973

5,520

545

787

642

1,130

1,212

901

1982

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Extensions
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles) .
560
Business, industrial, and farm
1,456
equipment
Wholesale financing
Automotive
4,854
Equipment1
519
All other1
898
Leasing
Automotive2
278
Equipment3
804
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable 5,699
All other business credit
827
Repayments
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles) .
586
Business, industrial, and form
equipment
1,464
Wholesale financing
Automotive
4,613
Equipment1
474
AH other1
959
Leasing
2
Automotive
289
Equipment3
468
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable 5,798
All other business credit
903




639

607

636

826

628

526

538

453

1,547

1,285

1,037

1,049

1,145

1,159

1,103

1,149

1,060

5,046

3,993

5,458

5,235

5,845

5,976

5,696

5,903

599
958

590
919

590
905

559
915

540
999

390
945

338
970

395
961

5,401 6,065 5,582
485
482
455
999 1,006 1,022

347
780

333
838

288
820

325
895

359
868

319
847

287
900

297
784

5,766

5,603

5,739

5,608

5,906

775

733

737

662

836

574

571

574

289
821

322
788

360
846

5,921 5,845 6,087 5,965 6,078 6,249
680
708
870
713
730
746

580

576

578

576

1,264

1,238

1,193 1,164 1,434 1,261

1,209

1,173 1,185 1,287 1,229

5,386
635
877

4,592

5,568

5,482

5,122

5,070

5,024

5,841

560
900

659
943

618
919

561
924

525
909

492
970

437
916

309
534

150
525

794
490

293
659

315
593

320
541

294
518

351
571

249
545

274
584

337
773

5,635
794

5,532

569
,0

6,170

5,919

5,726

6,010

608
,8

5,824

6,016

6,518

737

639

728

748

737

727

749

704

701

678

576

576

5,533

569

581

8,082 6,181

510
560
1,005 1,018

449
958

111

38. Business credit of domestic finance companies—Continued
B. Extensions and repayments—Continued
Millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted

1983
Type
Extensions
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles)
Business, industrial, and farm
equipment
Wholesale financing
Automotive
Equipment1
All other1
Leasing
Automotive2
Equipment3
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable , .
9 All other business credit

Jan.

714

Feb.

Mar.

680

846

Apr.

783

May

731

June \ July I Aug. ! Sept, j Oct.

750

834

749

878

845

Nov.

801

Dec.

804

1,204

1,214

1,228

1,407

1,272

1,237

1,161

1,266

6,422
400

6,315
343

6,597
396

6,674
426

6,878
470

6,668
504

7,202
516

7,025 7,630 8,141 8,354 9,356
552
614
523
513
614

1,144 1,179 1,218 1,121

1,055

1,009

1,082

1,100

1,125

1,088

1,140

1,184

1,213

1,245

392
743

387
830

336
820

383
867

361
751

396
775

467
951

554
900

629
1,023

585
971

1,281

1,364

618
572
1,020 1,054

,4
6,559 6,203 7,137 7,359 7,347 7,913 7,863 8 4 0 8,455 8,421 8,852 9,188
742
812
783
774
969
671
673
661
704
732
650
748

Repayments
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles)
Business, industrial, and farm

653

659

673

680

688
954

Wholesale financing
6,060
Automotive
557
Equipment1
AH other1
1,050
Leasing
311
Automotive2
,
677
Equipment3
...
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . . . 6,380
180
All other business credit

6,011
454
1,025

6,566
492
1,063

6,703
371
1,060

6,598
653
596

7,022
225
1,527

7,295
518
1,007

7,090
380
1,162

7,309
779
1,169

7,284
544
1,104

7,907
591
1,184

8,035
545
1,316

537
718

261
739

277
843

321
679

298
761

303
794

294
971

290
364

354
785

412
760

288
1,000

6,416
742

6,740
792

7,290
731

7,044
671

7,450
660

7,719
668

8,013
692

7,917
671

8,527
630

8,881
467

9,194
681

796

760

790

771

720

1,048

1984

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Extensions
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles) .
Business, industrial, and farm
equipment
Wholesale financing
Automotive
Equipment1
All other1
Leasing
Automotive2
Equipment3
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . . .
All other business credit . . . .

Repayments
Retail financing of installment sales
10 Automotive (commercial vehicles) .
11 Business, industrial, and farm
equipment .
..
Wholesale financing
1 2 Automotive
1 3 Equipment1
14 AH other1
Leasing
1 5 Automotive2
1 6 Equipment3
17 Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable . . .
18 All other business credit

112



780

733

701

704

111

762

823

1,257

1,315

1,255

1,247

1,337

1,406

1,097

1,123

1,248

1,337

1,491

9,214
783
1,514

8,904
622
1,429

8,869
666
1,413

8,549
600
1,450

8,352
535
1,431

7,463
596
1,482

8,252
731
1,442

9,473
595
1,553

7,140 10,308 8,616
560
617
591
1,808
1,639 1,702

9,898
573
1,690

754
1,242

716
734

821
704

916
1,354

928
1,128

901
1,033

920
1,006

999
1,116

831
1,113

885
1,164

757
1,328

917
1,528

9,280
1,127

8,451
1,033

9,244
995

9,045
901

9,090
1,044

8,619
956

8,930
1,014

8,467
983

8,809
792

9,112
1,291

8,753
1,065

9,285
986

691

692

701

702

706

712

719

726

733

728

732

740

996

1,239

1,199

1,160

1,118

1,140

1,116

2,163

1,134

1,023

1,122

1,014

8,389
728
1,083

8,394
631
1,560

8,433
577
1,298

8,182
719
1,369

8,520
563
1,595

8,681
614
1,268

8,544
623
1,504

8,236
630
1,430

8,005
581
1,519

9,156 8,267
597
574
1,616 1,560

8,603
655
1,478

349
729

346
551

368
160

358
979

353
610

387
354

371
626

440
267

440
549

8,995
1,243

8,472
824

8,896
798

8,762
9<W

8,946
797

8,633
794

8,695
855

8,346
820

8,416
714

512
633

486
774

540
1,075

8,768 8,620
760
951

9,059
955

39. Mortgage markets, 1984
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
Terms*
1 Purchase price (thousands of dollars) .
2 Amount of loan (thousands of
dollars)
3 Loan-price ratio (percent)
4 Maturity (years)
5 Fees and charges (percent of loan
amount)2
6 Contract rate (percent per annum) . , .
Yield (percent per annum)
1 FHLBB series3
8 HUD series4

92.9

104.1

94.0

92.4

93.9

93.4

98.3

94.3

97.4

98.4

99,5

102.6

71.7
79.2
27.8

77.8
77.8
27.3

73.4
80.4
27.9

71.1
79.2
28.0

72.8
79.8
27.6

72.5
79.9
28.1

74.6
78.4
28.2

71.8
78.1
28.0

72.5
77.3
27.6

74.0
78,2
27.6

75.2
77,9
27,5

76.9
77.9
28.0

2.61
11.80

2.41
11.78

2.52
11.56

2.63
11.55

2.63
11.68

2.58
11.61

3.07
11.91

2,82
11.89

2.63
12.03

2.58
12,27

2.54
12,27

2.65
12.05

12.29
13.28

12.23
13,31

12.02
13.57

12.04 12.18
13.77 14.38

12.10
14.65

12.50
14.53

12.43
14.24

12.53
13.98

12.77
13.59

12.75
13.20

12.55
13.05

13.08
12.40

13.20
12.37

13.68
12.77

13.80
13.03

14.91
14.14

14.58
13.88

14.21
13,56

13.99
13,36

13.43
13.09

12.90
12.71

12,99
12.54

SECOKDARY MARKETS
/ yield (percent per annum)
V 9 FHA mortgages (HUD series)5
10 GNMA securities6

15.01
13.67

Activity in secondary markets
FEDERAL NATIONAL
MORI GAGE ASSOCIATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period)
11 Total
12 FHA/VA
13 Conventional

79,049 79,350 80,974 81,956 82,697 83,243 83,858 84,193 84,851 85,539 86,416 87,940
36,036 35,420 35,329 35,438 35,309 35,153 35,049 34,938 34,844 34,791 34,752 34,711
43,013 43,930 45,645 46,518 47,388 48,090 48,809 49,255 50,006 50,749 51,664 53,229

Mortgage transactions (during period)
14 Purchases
15 Sales

1,285
20

1,507
723

2,030
0

1,775
235

1,379
0

1,209
0

1,226
0

820
0

1,145
0

1,087
0

Mortgage commitments^
16 Contracted (during period)
17 Outstanding (end of period)

1,772
5,470

1,930
5,872

1,626
5,333

1,561
5,135

1,233
4,981

1,995
5,640

1,976
6,281

1,227
6,332

1,142
6,235

1,638 2,150 2,758
6,656 5,916 6,384

Mortgage holdings (end of period)8
18 Total
19 FHA/VA
20 Conventional

8,049
940
7,109

8,566
934
7,632

8,980
929
8,050

9,143 9 2 4 9,478
,2
924
918
912
8,219 8,306 8,566

Mortgage transactions (during period)
21 Purchases
22 Sales

1,419
984

1,389
810

1,291
863

1,297
0

1,962
0

FlDERALHOME LOAN

MORTGAGE CORPORATION

Mortgage commitments^
23 Contracted (during period) .
24 Outstanding (end of period)




983
717

987
829

2,204
1,854

9,154 9,331 9,447 9,726
906
901
896
891
8,248 8,431 8,551 8,835
1,288
1,573

1,821
1,570

1,262
1,137

2,864
2,573

9 9 0 10,399
,0
886
881
9,014 9,518
2,241
1,961

4,137
3,635

1,470 1,386 1,874 1,701 1,966 2,712
3,929 3,130 3,440 2,663 4,158 4,174
16,994 16,944 17,514 18,183 19,139 19,649 22,311 23,639 22,013 25,676 27,550 26,990

113

40. Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property1
Millions of dollars, end of period

m1

Type of holder, and type of property

\ <* \

Ql

Q3

L Q J

Q2

!

Q3

Q4

1,499,552 1,534,823 1,563,538 1,584,033 1,603,191 1,626,449 1,634,314 1,658,450

1 All holders
2
3
4
5

1982

1

Q4

1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm

, . , 1,007,540 1,032,215 1,051,530 1,068,300 1,079,857 1,093,577 1, 094,771 1,110,315
140,063
137,463
138,437
137,849
136290
139 614
138 466
137 472
301,362
282,040
288,925
295,225
277,742
272,381
266,598
260,159
103 831
105,510
106,469
101 701
106,710
97 544
94 381
100013

.

6 Major financial institutions
7 Commercial banks2
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

1 006072 1 022 768 1 033 825 1 040 507 1 041 518 1 043 927 1 027,971 1,024,680
301,272
288,774
294,234
298,194
284,216
278 860
272,694
265 821
173,569
173,549
173,804
171,936
170,331
167,706
165,062
161,327
15,918
14,950
16,132
16,480
15,680
14,194
13 662
13 504
96,215
99,925
102,553
92,783
90,551
88,510
85,489
82,511
8,375
8,532
8,588
8,435
8 384
8450
8,481
8,479
97,464
99,997
94,382
99,944
97,805
96,346
99,993
99,719
68,187
63,849
66,777
66,305
65,381
68,082
68035
67 619
15,026
15,305
15,536
15,338
15,960
15,931
15,955
15,909
15,594
15,479
15,694
15,598
15 810
15 901
15 999
16 105

28

40

50

30

40

29

507 615
423 656
38,223
45 736
132 917
17 799
19,527
82 616
12,975

515 422
430 841
38,090
46491
134,659
17 549
19495
84 571
13,044

518 985
433 923
37 990
47 072
136 036
17 376
19,441
86070
13,149

518 547
431 142
37,699
47 706
137,747
17 201
19,283
88 163
13,100

516,450
430 461
38,011
47 978
138,830
17 094
19,209
89573
12,954

513,675
426 453
38,372
48 850
139,672
16467
19,000
91 200
13,005

494,918
406328
38,208
50,382
140,477
16 874
18,977
91 687
12,939

483,614
393 323
38,979
51,312
141,989
16,751
18,856
93,547
' 12,835

116,232

119,112

121,749

126,094

128,698

131,456

134,409

138,138

4,826

4,972

4,765

4,438

4,227

693

689

4,669

4,110

698

4,382

696

4 130
2 837
1 321

4 274
2,662
1 151

3 686
1,562

3 749
2,469

3 981
1,335

3,428

528
479
509

464
357
690

491
179
256
409

947
302
46
164
435

3,551
1,786

500
242
325
495

4072
2,235

5 799
2,135
3 664
57,362
51 842
5,520
40258
2 228
38,030

5 895
2,172
3 723
57,657
52 181
5,476
42,681
2 401
40,280

6005
2,240
3 765
59,682
54227
5,455
44708
2 605
42,103

5 999
2,289
3 710
61,412
55,986
5,426
46,446
2788
43,658

6003
2,266
3,737
62,544
57,142
5,402
47,947
2 874
45,073

5 908
2,218
3,690
65,008
59,631
5,377
49,270
2954
46,316

5,362
2,130
3,232
68,841
63,495
5,346
49,983
3029
46,954

5,228
1,980
3,248
71,814
66,500
5,314
50,350
3 068
47,282

5 150
3,945
1 205

5 245
4,016
1 229

5 410
4,148
1 262

5 237
5,181

5 297
5,240

5 266
5,209

5 166
5,116

4733
4,686

47 Mortgage pools or trusts
48 Government National Mortgage
Association
49
1 - to 4-family
50
Multifamily
51 Federal Home Loan Mortgage
Corporation
..
52
1- to 4-family
53
Multifamily
54 Federal National Mortgage Association
55
1- to 4-family
56
Multifamily
57 Farmers Home Administration
58
1- to 4-family
59
Multifamily
60
Commercial
61
Farm

147 246

152 308

158 140

163,000

172,303

183,657

198,376

216,654

97,184
94,810
2,374

100,558
98,057
2,501

103,750
101,068
2,682

105,790
103,007
2,783

108,592
105,701
2,891

111,459
108,487
2,972

114,776
111,728
3,048

118,940
115,831
3,109

17 067
13 641
3 426

17 565
14 115
3 450

17 936
14 401
3 535

19,853
19 501

23,970
23,610

28,703
28,329

35,132
34,739

42,964
42,560

2,786
2,786

4,556
4,556

8,133
8,133

14,450
14,450

32,995
16,640
2,853
5 382
8 120

34,185
17,165
3 097
5,750
8 173

36,454
18,407
3,488
6,040
8 519

36,640
18,378
3,426
6,161
8,675

36,955
18,740
3,447
6,351
8,417

38,939
19,357
4,044
6,762
8,776

40,335
20,079
4,344
7,056
8,856

40,300
20,005
4,344
7,011
8,940

62 Individuals and others4 . .
63
1- to 4-family
64 Multifamily
65 Commercial .
66 Farm

230,002
149,881
26563
27,330
26228

240,653
158,772
27 096
27,941
26 826

249,824
166,151
27 943
28,463
27 267

254,432
169,985
28 100
28,845
27 502

260,672
174,298
28 769
29,262
28 343

267,409
179,787
29,135
30,044
28,443

273,558
184,738
29,619
30,532
28,669

278,978
189,121
30,208
30,868
28,781

... .

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
Administration
36
1- to 4-family
37
Multifamily
38 Federal National Mortgage Association . .
39
1- to 4-family
40
Multifamily
41 Federal Land Banks
42
1- to 4-family
43
Farm
44 Federal Home Loan Mortgage
Corporation
45
1- to 4-family
46
Multifamily
3

114



,.

...

696

914
473
506
342

56

352
717
717

715
615
499
640

57

360

29

688

57

374

682

50

393

29

676

783
218
377
408

47

404

40. Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

19 84

1983
Type of holder, and type of property

1- to 4-family ,
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm,
.

Qi

Q4

Q2

Qi

Q3

Q4

1,685,722 1,727,947 1,779,259 1,827,563 1,874,489 1,934,437 1,987,182 2,030,930

1 All holders .
2
3
4
5

Q3

Q2

1,127,595 1,153,332 1,187,888 1,219,145 1,250,678 1,287,537 1,320,500 1,349,951
141 Oil
146 770
153 655
163 977
144,010
150,149
158 349
161,960
322,642
377,974
393,600
406,139
310 191
335,722
360 540
348,958
107,963
109,311
110,577
111,122
110,863
106,925
108,879
109,616

.
.

6 Major financial institutions
7 Commercial banks2
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

..
....

1,030,012 1,050,265 1,081,561 1,110,165 1,138,931 1,183,480 1,221,779 1,247,106
311,121
374,186
303 947
321 244
340 797
328,323
353 946
365,386
174,539
194,933
172 672
185 530
197 944
178 708
181,300
190,706
21,142
16,925
18,288
21,412
16,322
17,604
20,005
20,670
144,623
106,442
138,774
110,759
119,411
132,447
115,808
125,550
9,324
10,267
10,477
8,511
9,124
9,712
8,898
10,123
136,054
150,462
105,378
129,644
143,180
160,761
119,236
147,517
114,364
106,944
73,240
92,182
101,868
84,349
96,569
105,063
20 190
15 587
16,667
17 785
18 752
19,138
17 588
18 441
24,349
26 176
16522
22 841
18,192
19 846
21,671
23 672

29

28

28

29

30

30

31

477,358
384,990
39,286
53,082
143,329
16422
18,864
95,356
12,687

475,183
378,483
40,011
56,689
144,725
15 860
18,778
97,416
12,671

483,317
382,546
41 420
59,351
147,356
15 534
18,857
100,209
12,756

494,789
390,883
42,552
61,354
150,999
15 319
19,107
103,831
12,742

503,509
397,017
43 553
62,939
151,445
14917
19083
104,890
12,555

528,172
414,087
45,951
68,134
153,845
14 437
19,028
107,796
12,584

550,129
429,101
47,861
73,167
155,802
14,204
18,828
110,149
12,621

554,868
431,132
48,274
75,462
157,291
14,218
18,881
111,692
12,500

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
Administration
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- 1« 4-family
....
46
Multifamily

139 973

142,094

142 224

147 370

150 784

152 669

153,407

157,826

3,753

3,643

3,475

3,395

2,900

2,715

2,389

2,500

594

597

2,992
1,605

2 836

2,765
2,141
1 159

2 282
2,094
1 005

2 110
1,344

1,795

1,903
1,800

303
319
467

281
463
81
519

^126

113
293

449
124
652
575

665
3 088
2,077

651

639

630

618

605

738
206

31

381
555
248
421

600
211
32
113
244

5,138
1 867
3 271
73,666
68 370
5,296
50544
3 059
47,485

5,084
1 911
3,173
74,669
69 396
5,273
50 858
3,030
47,828

5,050
2 061
2989
75,174
69938
5,236
51 069
3 008
48,061

4,894
1 893
3,001
78,256
73 045
5,211
51 052
3,000
48,052

4 832
1 956
2 876
80,975
75 770
5,205
51 004
2 982
48,022

4,753
1 894
2 859
83,243
77 633
5,610
51 136
2,958
48,178

4,801
1 967
2,834
84,850
79,175
5,675
51 182
2,954
48,228

4,782
2 007
2,775
87,940
82 175
5,765
50 679
2 948
47,731

4 795
4 740

6 235
6 119

6 856
6 799

7 632
7 559

8 979
8 847

9447
8 841

10 125
9 425

132

9 478
8 931
547

606

700

47 Mortgage pools or trusts3 . . . .
48 Government National Mortgage
Association
49
1- to 4-family
50
Muttifamily
....
....
5 1 Federal Home Loan Mortgage
Corporation
52
1- to 4-family
.
....
53
Multifamily
54 Federal National Mortgage Association . .
55
1- to 4-family
56
Multifamily
57 Farmers Home Administration
58
1- to 4-family
59
Multifamily
60
Commercial
61
Farm

234 596

252 665

272 611

285 073

296 481

305 051

317 548

331 019

127 939
124 482
3 457

139 276
135 628
3 648

151 597
147 761
3 836

159 850
155 801
4 049

166 261
161 943
4 318

170 893
166 415
4 478

175 770
171 095
4 675

179 873
175 089
4 784

48008
47 575

50,934
50446

54 152
53 539

57,895
57 273

59 376
58 776

61 267
60 636

63,964
63 352

70417
69 817

18,157
18 157

20,933
20,933

23,819
23 819

25,121
25 121

28,354
28 354

29,256
29 256

32,888
32,730

36,215
35 965

40,492
20,263
4 344
7 115
8,770

41,522
20,728
4 343
7 303
9,148

43,043
21 083
5 042
7 542
9 376

42,207
20404
5 090
7 351
9 362

42 490
20573
5 081
7 456
9 380

43,635
21 331
5 081
7 764
9459

44,926
21,595
5 618
7 844
9,869

44,514
21 578
5 835
7 403
9 698

62 Individuals and others4
63 1- to 4-family . . . .
64 Multifamily .
65 Commercial
66 Farm

281 141
190,386
30628
31 337
28 790

282 923
190,878
31 041
32 035
28 969

282 863
190060
30 660
32 853
29 290

284 955
189 189
31 433
34 931
29 402

288 293
190 522
31 776
36 545
29 450

293 237
193 304
32 169
38 080
29 684

294 448
192,809
32 622
39 204
29 813

294 979
192 243
32 754
40 131
29 851




...
..

....
....

707
380
337
653

55

433

116

488

57

613

173
409
400

73

622

600

631

612
158

600

250

115

41. Installment credit—Total outstanding, and net change1
Millions of dollars
Holder, and type of credit

Jan.

T ' '
| Mar,

!

By major holder
Commercial banks
. . 150 131 148709 148,997
78,434 78,671 80,068
Finance companies
46,946 46,757 47,081
Credit unions
2
Retailers
31 084 29 950 29 870
Savings and loans
16 353 17 228 17,966
3,780
3,669
4,102
Gasoline companies
5,050 5,130
Mutual savings banks . . . .
4,919

By tnajor credit type
9 Automobile
10 Commercial banks
1 1 Credit unions
12 Finance companies

Apr.

May

"

June

1983
1

July

T ' ' ~ r
)
[ Aug.
Sept.
Oct.

;

1
Nov. ] Dec.

331, %9 330,145 332,781 335,325 337,893 343,815 349,010 355,402 360,548 365,611 371,646 383,701

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Feb.

123 919
57 135
, . , 22 458
44,326

123855
56 758
22 360
44,737.

149311 149,601
80,737 81,750
47,505 47,838
30 055 30 375
18 520 19,107
3,980
3,943
5,217 5,279

125278 126487
56 745 56 865
22,518 22 721
46,015 46,901

127931
57 352
22,880
47,699

152065
83,030
48,652
30 837
19 691
4,159
5,381

154,914 158,402
84,073 84,833
49,139 50,121
31 055 31,468
20 006 20,456
4,356
4,457
5,467
5,665

160,973
85,358
51,123
31,924
21,105
4,338
5,727

130282
58 231
23 269
48,782

132959
59 695
23 502
49,762

138116 139881 141552 143114
63,448 64 780 65 917 67 557
24,451 24,759 25,147 25 574
50,217 50,342 50,488 49,983

136323
62 178
23,972
50,173

163,274
86,189
51,767
32 519
21,716
4,243
5,903

165,670
87,058
52,578
33,740
22,392
4,157
6,051

171,978
87,429
53,471
17 470
23,108
4t131
6,114

13 Revolving
14 Commercial banks
15 Retailers
16 Gasoline companies . . . .

68 043 65 853 65 752 66 393 66 579 68 225 69 276 70 552 71 727
36 313 35541 35,625 35773 35687 36697 37358 38,162 39,041
27,628 26,532 26,458 26 640 26,949 27 369 27,562 27,933 28,348
4,102
3,780
3,669 3,980
3,943 4,159
4,356 4,457 4,338

17 Mobile home
18 Commercial banks
19 Finance companies
20 Savings and loans
21 Credit unions

22,772 22,824 22,809 22,795 22,836 22,889 22,998 23,165 23,365 23,537 23,676 23,862
9 845 9 842 9 795 9 697 9 672 9 760 9 826 9 851 9 876 9 877 9,871 9 842
9^223
9,236 9,265
9,308 9,244 9^248 9,312 9,372 9,429 9,454 9,547
9,212
3,217
3,263
3,279
3 330 3,349 3 369 3,403
3,471 3,575 3,682
3,793
3,906
496
499
503
507
516
52 1
53 1
542
549
558
567
498

22 Other
117 235
23 Commercial banks
46,838
24 Finance companies . . . . 24,896
25 Credit unions
23 990
3 456
26 Retailers
13,136
27 Savings and loans
28 Mutual savings banks , .
4,919

117613
46,568
24,711
23 901
3,418
13,965
5,050

118942
46,832
24,817
24 064
3,412
14,687
5,130

119650
46,976
24,571
24 281
3,415
15,190
5,217

120547
46,890
24,743
24 451
3,426
15,758
5,279

122419
47,377
25,004
24 867
3 468
16,322
5,381

123777
48,035
25,063
25 116
3,493
16,603
5,467

125362
48,211
25,348
25 618
3,535
16,985
5,665

72 941 75 023 81 977
39774 40,774 44184
28,924 30,092 33,662
4,243 4,157
4,131

127340
48,608
25,769
26,130
3,576
17,530
5,727

129252
48,843
26,418
26 459
3,595
18,034
5,903

131395 134748
49,108 50,395
27,116 27,899
26,873 27 330
3,648
3,808
18,599 19,202
6,051 6,114

Net change (during period)*
29 Total

1,942

1,770

3,335

-210

680
-78
164

252
391
43
273
867
-200
144

841
1 239
143
333
687
-35
127

By major credit type
37 Automobile
38 Commercial banks .
39 Credit unions
40 Finance companies

-162
-854
20
672

330
-94
15
409

41 Revolving
42 Commercial banks .
43 Retailers
44 Gasoline companies

523
174
427
-78

45 Mobile home
46 Commercial banks
47 Finance companies . . . .
48 Savings and loans
49 Credit unions
50 Other
5 1 Commercial banks
52 Finance companies . . . .
53 Credit unions
54 Retailers
55 Savings and loans
56 Mutual savings banks . .

30
31
32
33
34
35
36

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies
Credit unions
Retailers2
Savings and loans ...
Gasoline companies . . . .
Mutual savings banks . . ,

116



2,948

3,940

4,457

4,540

3,723

6,138

5,752

6,371

485
492
708
298
452
299
81

798
834
288
359
652
-51
68

1 565
622
573
395
785
77
-77

2 223
'889
662
382
195
5
101

2 278
708
510
381
425
65
173

1 709
583
646
328
547
-167
77

2 713
1,103
942
476
588
131
185

2,832
644
912
465
686
58
155

3 977
595
668
437
571
-27
150

841
-142
68
915

1 025
75
34 1
609

1 324
508
137
679

1 461
587
275
599

2 360
1,282
328
750

2,746
2,063
232
451

1,533
1,014
309
210

2,249
1,483
45 1
315

1,873
1,257
436
180

1,979
1,568
324
87

201
170
23 1
-200

1,062
763
334
-35

1,068
489
280
299

663
370
344
-51

1,180
742
361
77

789
440
344
5

741
315
361
65

636
511
292
-167

1,455
875
449
131

1,542
1 ,040
444
58

1,574
1 ,207
394
-27

350
173
101
77
-1

154
55
63
37
-1

-26
-61
20
12
3

- 16
-75
30
23
6

- 16
-60
10
30
4

-59
48
- 157
44
6

1,231
297
161
1
5

1,085
121
-81
29
42
830
144

1,458
281
304
72
-1
675
127

738
-4
-147
361
18
429
81

977
-20
145
147
15
622
68

1 358
188
180
292
34
74 1
-77

934
20
432

603
164

2,815

101
36
1
57
7

1,207
465
138
327
38
138
101

105
-11
36
75
5

948
-89
221
273
20
350
173

157
10
39
101
7

1,397
174
334
330
36
446
77

128
23
0
95
10

2,306
332
788
481
27
493
185

149
-4
49
94
10

2,188
539
415
466
21
592
155

255
39
109
101
6

2,563
1,163
399
338
43
470
150

41. Installment credit—Total outstanding, and net change1A—Continued
Millions of dollars

1984
Holder, and type of credit
1 Total.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

382,928 3 6 7 6 389,857 395,688 405,334 414,738 4 2 0 8 430,795 4 7 4 9 441,358 4 7 7 3 4 0 5 0
8,9
2,0
3,6
4,8 6,0

By major holder
Commercial hanks....
Finance companies ...
Credit unions
Retailers2
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies...
Mutual savings banks .

171,934
87,140
53,882
35,913
22,961
4,300
6,798

175,941
87,227
54,851
34,744
23,074
4,025
6,934

177,625
87,356
55,892
34,367
23,566
3,944
7,107

181,022
87,832
56,962
3,4
440
24,148
3,955
7,329

186,668
89,245
58,517
34,813
24,808
4,020
7,263

191,519
91,006
59,893
35,242
25,428
4,289
7,361

195,265
92,534
61,151
35,058
26,057
4,472
7,471

199,654
9,7
400
62,679
35,359
26,922
4,452
7,659

202,452
95,594
*
63,808
35,595
27,880
4,328
7,812

204,582
95,113
64,716
35,908
28,781
4,290
7,968

206,635 212,391
95,753 96,747
66,528 67,858
37,124 40,913
29,358 29,945
4,217
4,315
8,168
8,331

By major credit type
9 Automobile
10 Commercial banks..
11 Credit unions
12 Finance companies .

144,319
68,747
25,771
49,801

147,143 147,478
71,327 71,237
26,234 26,732
49,582 49,509

149,816
73,016
27,244
49,556

154,210 158,215
75,787 78,018
27,988 28,646
50,435 51,551

161,834
80,103
29,248
52,483

165,177 167,231
81,786 82,706
29,979 30,519
53,412 54,006

168,923
83,620
30,953
54,350

170,731 172,589
84,326 85,501
31,820 32,456
54,585 54,632

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

13 Revolving.
14 Commercial banks..
15 Retailers
16 Gasoline companies.

79,545 78,501 79,770 80,756 82,946 85,027
43,118 43,506 45,235. 46,149 47,936 49,374
32,127 30,970 30,591 30,652 30,990 31,364
3,955 4,020 4,289
4,300 4,025 3,944

17 Mobile home
18 Commercial banks..
19 Finance companies .
20 Savings and loans...
21 Credit unions

23,801 23,657 23,691 23,825 24,028 24,300 24,639 24,947 25,198 24,573 24,439 24,556
9,663 9,589
9,610
9,627 9,613
9,711 9,761
9,573 9,621 9,681
9,580
9,829
9,470 9,235 9,243
9,729 9,883 9,992 10,065
9,631
9,555
9,533 9,519 9,527
4,205 4,316
3,868 3,894 3,983 4,087
4,428 4,581 4,697 4,791 4,887 4,985
592
571
718
704
685
675
663
647
634
619
603
581

22 Other
23 Commercial banks...
24 Finance companies ..
25 Credit unions
26 Retailers
27 Savings and loans
28 Mutual savings banks

135,263
50,240
27,806
27,540
3,786
19,093
6,798

137,495
51,445
""
28,126
28,036
3,774
19,180
6,934

138,918
51,564
28,320
28,568
3,776
19,583
7,107

141,291
52,277
28,721
"
29,115
3,788
20,061
7,329

144,150
53,372
29,179
29,910
3,823
20,603
7,263

147,196
54,506
29,726
30,613
3,878
21,112
7,361

86,003 88,202
50,358 52,313
31,173 31,437
4,472 4,452

149,532
55,123
30,168
31,256
3,885
21,629
7,471

152,469
55,844
30,666
32,037
3,922
22,341
7,659

90,231 91,505 93,944 101,555
54,258 55,276 56,641 60,549
31,645 31,939 33,086 36,691
4,315
4,328 4,290 4,217

154,809
55,727
31,523
32,614
3,950
23,183
7,812

156,357
56,059
31,293
33,078
3,969
23,990
7,968

158,669
56,055
31,933
34,004
4,038
24,471
8,168

161,800
56,731
32,872
34,684
4,222
24,960
8,331

Net change (during period)3
29 Total,

5,267

6,188

599
,2

672
,9

9,093

702
,8

6,481

602
,2

492
,8

5,631

600
,8

6,819

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies . . ,
Credit unions
Retailers1
Savings and loans
Gasoline companies...
Mutual savings banks .

2,029
965
836
518
190
428
687

4,914
255
774
130
89
-146
172

3,423
237
1,279
385
429
1
175

4,014
264
1,523
268
45
79

6,065
636
1,421
349
612
23
-13

3,835
942
1,049
330
813
37
76

3,192
1,138
1,360
36
586
-23
192

2,631
1,381
927
197
804
-63
145

1,384
1,571
871
225
770
-38
199

2,756
398
1,224
128
864
98
163

2,483
778
1,731
278
546
86
178

3,028
1,196
1,336
389
576
117
177

By major credit type
37 Automobile
38 Commercial banks.,
39 Credit unions
40 Finance companies .

2,954
1,722
388
844

2,434
2,635
126
-327

1,048
432
849
-233

2,340
1,786
743
-169

3,641
2,807
679
155

2,725
1,907
503
315

3,087
1,852
650
585

2,482
1,150
444

1,513
434
416
663

2,504
1,057
587
860

2,549
1,019
828
702

2,687
1,275
640
112

41 Revolving
42 Commercial banks..
43 Retailers
44 Gasoline companies.

545
18
485
42

1,071
1,127
90
-146

2,960
2,613
346
1

1,851
1,568
238
45

2,638
2,298
317
23

1,356
1,047
272
37

772
764
31
-23

1,263
1,159
167
-63

1,484
1,323
199
-38

1,488
1,279
111
98

1,614
1,289
239
86

1,445
1,001
327
117

45 Mobile home
46 Commercial banks..
47 Finance companies .
48 Savings and loans. ..
49 Credit unions

26
-15
47
-17
11

-54
-112
32
15
11

23
-85
14
84
10

143
27
10
91
15

138
-50
36
138
14

191
10
46
123
12

334
31
137
152
14

217
4
63
140
10

127
4
19
95
9

-392
-91
-381
67
13

-91
-1
-192
84
18

117
29
-13
88
13

50 Other
51 Commercial banks...
52 Finance companies ..
53 Credit unions
54 Retailers
55 Savings and loans....
56 Mutual savings banks

1,742
304
74
437
33
207
687

2,737
1,264
550
637
40
74
172

1,898
463
456
420
39
345
175

2,458
653
423
765
30
508
79

2,676
1,010
445
728
32
474
-13

2,810
871
581
534
58
690
76

2,288
545
416
696
5
434
192

2,060
318
430
473
30
664
145

1,858
-377
889
446
26
675
199

2,031
511
-81
624
17
797
163

2,008
176
268
885
39
462
178

2,570
723
437
683
62
488
111

30
31
32
33
34
35
36




599

117

42. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, December 31, 1984
A. All sectors
Amounts outstanding, billions of dollars
Private domestic nonfmancial sectors
Line, and transaction category

Households
Assets

B usiness

Ll

^- Asse ts

1 Total financial assets

6,608.5

2 Total liabilities

. . . . 2,223.8 . . .

1,400.3

Total

andteal

L

|U
^s5618
\1e § ~ j Assets

Assets

't1ef~
. .,

L

Li bili

* ties

425.9

8 Checkable deposits and
currency
Private domestic
Foreign
U S government .

5.348.0

87 7
87 7

4
4

179 6

20 Corporate equities

21 Credit market instruments .
22 U.S. Treasury4
securities
23 Federal agency
securities5
24 Tax exempt
25 Corporate and foreign
bonds
26 Mortgages
.
27 Consumer credit
28 Bank loans n.e.c
29 Open market paper
30 Other loans

...

81 4

.

64 3

31
32
33
34

Security credit
Trade credit6
Taxes payable
Miscellaneous

118



99.9

34.6
. . .

-26,6

1.492.5

...
51.3

166;2 2,056.3

231.8 404.0 1,242.9 4,594.1

298.3

114?

193,1

] .7
4U

50.2 . . .
102.4 10.0 38 5.5

141 1
219.3 539,2

453 5
648.3

40 2 453 5
242.4 2 021 9
76 1 593 6
579.6
64 1
794

47 5
25.8

587 1

16.7 42^\2

4597

57 5

543 6 . . . .
794

229 1 . . . .

18 5

326.9

479 2

? 1.9

24.9 47.5
587.1 526.9
20 4
10 5
524 1 169 0

10 5
152 3

...
20 4

99
130.0

94.5

28 3

40 2
1849 1,373,6 . .
593 6
7(
36.0 . .
80
5() 1
79.3 . .
24 9

39.4

248 8
. . 1,433.0

844.9 2,133.8

892
205.3

21 9
1.1

600
13.4

1 492 5

11.6 . ,
31..
. . . . 17.5
21.9

19.6

325.3

19 6

40 3
134

317 3

19.6

4746
474.6

1,557.5

5.6

7.7 ... . . 1,696.3
2097

17 Life insurance reserves . . . 248 8
1,433.0
1 8 Pension fund reserves
19 Interbank claims
3

599.5

11.5
67
386 5
386 5

ties

_J- . _ - _ , . - . .,-=.--_—,

=

303.7 . .

38.2
21.0

12 Small time and savings
1,688.6
deposits
13 Money market fund shares,
209 7
14 Large time deposits
.,.
15 Federal funds and security
RPs
16 Deposits abroad

Assets | tie§
Assets i Li*bili"
670.3 ,

3 Gold3
4 Special drawing rights . . . .
5 International Monetary
Fund position
6 Official foreign exchange . ,
7 Treasury currency

9
10
11

U.S.
government

L

8.353.0

344.2

2.698.3

Rest
of the
world

247.5

229.6 1,376.8

, . 1,373 4
32

63.4

66.4

41.8

28.1
82.3
70.6

26.3

13.9

159.7

285.4

51.3

.1

178.2

31.9 23.4
-16.2
15.1
*

Financial sectors
.
T
Total
Assets

Sponsorec I agencies
and mortt'age pools

LiabHities

M t
Asseis

Liabilities

587.1

6,775.9

Commercial
banking

Monetary
authority
.

Assets

Liabi ll~
ties
.

218.4

Assets

Liabilities

2,012.9

Private
nonbank finance
Assets

Liabilities

Floats
and
discrepancies

All
sectors1

Liabilities

Assets

Assets

-29.7

16,103.0

3,957.6

Line

1

13,975.3

2

-.1

-.1

49.3
26.7
11.5

11,5

3
4
5

3.6
21.0

3.6
21,0

6.7
21.0

6.7
17.5

-3.5

6
7

218 .4

579.5

6,470.3

11.1

11.1

3,804.4

1,867.9

..,

63.5

623,1

1.3

171 .4

10.5

409.3

51.7

42.4

579.7

623.1

43.3

8

63.5

582.2
19 6
21.2

1.3

165 .1
4
5 .8

10.5

374.7
19.2
15.4

51.7

42.4

538.2
19.6
21,9

582.2
19.6
21.2

44.1

9
10
11

10.0

1 707 4

. ...

812.9

10.0

894.5

1,707.4

1,707.4

12

209.7

209.7

209.7

13

22.5

282.9
146.2

67.0
69.8

148.8
45.5

431.7
152.2

431.7
191,6

34.6

34.6

16

239.0
1,303.0

248.8
1,433.0
18.3

248.8
1,433.0
29.7

17
18
19

596.8

161.9

2,183.8

161.9

20

2,887.8
374.2

291.1

7,121.0
1,373.4

7,121.0
1,373.4

21
22

299,6

528.7

528.7

23

148.0
518.3

539.2
639.5

539.2
639.5

24
25

2.1 2,024.1 2,024.1
593.6
593.6
638.1
638.1
307.2
307.2
477.1
477.1

26
27
28
29
30

209 7

67.0
92.3

431 7
191.6

21.2

21,2

44.9

239.0
1 303,0
297

596.9

161 9

5,350.3
720.5

902.8
.....

552.9
2.5

530 5

169 6
160.9

1 7400
183 0

387.7

525.5

.7

525 5

8.8

78 5

319.9
535.9
1,730.4
517.5
638.1
201.3
298.9

77.0
24.3
393.0

4.4

1720
17 6
374 2
2596
638.1
17 0

437.5

30.4
145.6
.8
79.6 111.4

5.0




-10.7

81.1

' ' 37,6

918.8
257.9
44.1

35.0

54 3
19
614.2

40.5
1

119 6

2.1

40 .5

10.4

49.0

8.8

6.6 186.9

.3
146.0

82.6

183.5
187.5

54,3

' " 39.4

11.4

30.4
101.4
74.6

42.0
24.3

v

' ' - .7

187.0

1.6
412.6

101.9
669.5
4.2
1,091.8

101.9
564.2
12.3
1,068.6

-105.3
8,2
-23.3

14
15

31
32
33
34

119

42. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, December 31, 1984—Continued
B. Private nonbank financial institutions
Amounts outstanding, billions of dollars

Transaction category
Assets
1 Total assets

Liabili
| ties -

3,957.6 . . .

Assets

51.7

42.4

10.0

894.5
209 7

6 Large time deposits

67.0

148.8

16.0

7 Federal funds and security
RPs .
8 Deposits abroad

69.8
21.2

45.5

22.5

10.6

206.4

596.8

291.1

Security credit
Trade credit
Taxes payable
Miscellaneous

120



Assets
Assets *** * Asset, L»s " | Assels jL^bili~
ties

195.1

108.0

4,6

10.0

1.6

153.9

10.0

131.0

.4

17.8

656.1

2.4

45.5

66 .

7 .8

3.5

93.9

24.6

30,4
101.4 ' ' *8.7
74.6

42.0
54.3
24.3 .
1.6
187.0 412.6

110.8

101.9
21.1 . . . .

24 4 . . . .
21
3.5

15,7
74.6
*
30.9

21 0
103.3
11 3

64

6.6 . . . .
67 9

.

568.7 . . .

300.5

41.5 , . .

113.1

332
9.4

57.9 . .
94.5 . . . ,
4.6

2407
157 3 , .

30.4

32 0
54 6

70

4

11.6

13.4

. , . ..
623.3

294,1

63 8

178.9
99

49.0

606.3
43.3

4,2

239.0
^24.8

121.7
.9
82.6
2.1

6233

100 .2 •

43

830,0

625.3

692 4

115.8 . , .

. .

24,7
640.4 .

161.9

12 Credit market instruments . 2,887.8
13 U.S. Treasury
374,2
securities4
14 Federal agency
securities5
299.6
15 Tax exempt
148,0
16 Corporate and foreign
518.3
bonds
918.8
17 Mortgages
257,9
18 Consumer credit
19 Bank loans n.e.c
20 Open market paper
183.5
21 Other loans . . .
187,5

!

Private
pension
funds

iH

239.0 . . . .
1,303.0

9 Life insurance reserves . . .
10 Pension fund reserves . . . .

22
23
24
25

Life
insurance
companies

Credit
unions

Assetsptf

966.3

3 Checkable deposits
4 Small time and savings
deposits
5 Money market fund shares,

1 1 Corporate equities3

Liabilities L

989.9

3,804.4

2 Total liabilities

Mutual
savings
banks

Savings
and loan
associations

Total

Sfi S

Ql R

State and
I
local government
retirement funds

Other
insurance
companies

Finance
companies

Real estate
investment
trusts

Open-end
investment
companies

Money
market
funds

Security
brokers
and dealers
Line

I
Assets ]Liabili- 1 Assets
I ties
354.9

Liabilities

240.5
354.9

14.0 . . . . . .

Assets

Liabilities

294.1
168.2

2.6

Assets

Liabilities

8.1
297.1

Assets

Liabilities

161.9
8.7

5.1

Assets

Liabilities

209.7
161.9

2.1

Assets

Liabilities

60.5
209.7

-1.2

55.2
4.7

209.7

23.7
22.7

18.0

21.2
9
10

354.9

98.1

50.0

242.8
70.0

145.6
20.9

43.0

1.5
113.3

87.2
21.8

15,1

2.6

6.5

11

7.2
-6.6

12
13

13.0




79.9
289.0

190.5

2.5

6.7

79.9
13.1

161.9
140.9
42,3

14
.7

78.4

20.5
135.5

2.5

11.0
101.1

44.8
15.2

15
16

2,0
11.9

17
18
19
20
21

2.1

'3.6

6.7

98.7

133.0

24,3

42.0
.2
168.0

106.5

5.6

2.0

2,4

54.3
'•' '.9

22
23
24
25

121

43. Flow of funds accounts, 1973-84
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars

1973

1974

1975

Transaction category, or sector

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980 j 1981 [ 1982 ! 1983 1 1984
i
i
i

Nonfinancial sectors

1 Total credit market debt owed
by domestic nonfinancial
1,919.1 2,094.2 2,288.8 2,532.6 2,854.1 3,218.1 3,604.2 3,948.3 4,328.4 4,728.9 5,255.3 5,970.8
sectors
2 U.S. government
3 Treasury issues
4 Agency issues and mortgages

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

5 Private domestic nonfinancial
1,570.1 1,733,4 1,842.6 2,016.9 2,281.5 2,591.9 2,940.7 3,205,5 3,498.3
sectors
6 Debt capital instruments . . . . 1,072.8 1,173.1 1,275.8 1,399.4 1,572.3 1,772.0 1,985.0 2,177.0 2,336.0
191.2 207.7 223.8 239.5 262,9 291.3 321,6 351.9 374.6
7 Tax exempt obligations
8 Corporate bonds
207.5 227,1 254.3 277.2 300.0 321.2 338.5 365.1 386,9
674.1 738.3 797,7 882.8 1,009.4 1,159.6 1,324.9 1,460.0 1,574.5
9 Mortgages
10
Home mortgages
410.8 447.9 490.0 553.8 647.8 759,9 881.5 978.2 1,058.9
91.4
98.3
11
Multifamily residential
98.9 102,7 109.8 119.1 126.9 135.8 135.3
130.7 145.8 157.9 169.6 188.0 209.7 233.9 254.0 278.6
12
Commercial
41.3
13
Farm
46.3
50,9
63.6
70.8
82.7
92.0 101.7
56.6
14
15
16
17

Other debt instruments
Bank loans n e e
Consumer credit
Open market paper

19 By borrowing sector, total
20 Tax exempt
21 Households
22
23
24
25

Nonfinancial business
Farm
Nonfarm noncorporate . . . .
Corporate

497.3
195.4
203.7
13.1
85.1

560.3
228,3
213.6
19.8
98.6

566.7
217.7
223.2
17,2
108.7

617.4
222.0
248.6
21.2
125.6

709.2
248.9
289.1
24.3
146.9

819.9
284.5
337.9
25.4
172.1

991,4 1,177.9 1,376.8
987.7 1,174,4 1,373,4
3.7
3.6
3,4
3,737.5
2,486.6
428.4
405.5
1,652.7
1,105.7
139.6
300.7
106.7

4,077.3
2,725.9
484.6
421.3
1,820.0
1,214.4
147,9
348.0
109.6

4,594.1
3,014.6
539,2
453.5
2,021.9
1,347.0
160.8
403,2
110.9

955.6 1,028.5 1,162,3 1,250.9 1,351.4 1,579.5
333.9 370.5 425.0 479.9 507.2 579.6
383.4 389.7 416,4 441.7 493.0 593.6
36.5
41.7
60.9
57.9
56.7
79.4
201.8 226.6 260.0 271,5 294.6 326.9

1,570.1 1,733.4 1,842.6 2,016.9 2,281.5 2,591.9 2,940.7 3,205.5 3,498.3 3,737.5 4,077.3 4,594.1
193.3 207.9 220.2 233.5 245.5 262.0 279.6 296.9 303,0 334.3 371.0 404^0
670.9 725.5 778.8 871.2 1,012,2 1,182.5 1,362,5 1,487.0 1,619.2 1,712.1 1,887.5 2,133,8
705.9
66.9
177.7
461.3

800,0
74.7
197.8
527.4

843.5
83.2
211.9
548.5

912.2 1,023.9 1,147.3 1,298.5 1,421.7 1,576.1 1,691.1 1,818.8 2,056.3
93.4 105.6 120.3 141.6 156.0 172.3 179.9 184.2 186.1
227.3 255,6 286,0 320.4 353.7 389.0 425,8 489.6 562,9
591.5 662,6 741.1 836.5 912.0 1,014.8 1,085,4 1,144.9 1,307.3

26 Foreign credit market debt
held in United States . . . .
67.0
91.2 110.6 123.9 161.9 182.5 209.6 237.0 226.4 245.2 247,5
79.8
27 Bonds
17.0
25.3
19.1
43.1
47.8
53.3
59.9
63.7
66.4
38.9
47.0
33.9
28 Bank loans n e e
12.5
16.5
24.1
46.4
60.2
64.1
29.4
34.3
28.1
27.1
48.7
18,5
29 Open market paper
4,2
11.4
16,1
13,6
11.7
26.6
37.8
48,0
61.9
74.9
80.9
82.3
33.4
30 U.S. government loans . . . .
35.7
32.8
39.0
53.6
57.8
62.1
66,3
70.6
45.7
41.8
49,0
31 Total nonfinancial domestic
1,986,2 2,174.0 2,380.0 2,643.2 2,978.0 3,380,0 3,786.7 4,157.9 4,565.4 4,955.3 5,500.5 6,218.3
plus foreign

122



43. Flow of funds accounts, 1973-84—Continued
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector—Continued
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

Transaction category, or sector
Financial sectors
32 Total credit market debt owed
by financial sectors .

194.0

232.6

239.9

261.1

307.1

381.1

464.7

527.6

611.7

683.4

774.3

902.8

77.9

98.6

108.9

123.1

145.5

182.6

231.8

276,6

324,0

388.9

456.7

530.5

59.8
18.0

76.4
21.5
.7

78.8
28.5
1.6

81.2
40.7
1.2

88.2
56.8
.5

111.3
70.4
.9

135,5
94.8
1.5

159.9
114.0
2.7

190.4
129.0
4.6

205.4
178.5
5.0

206.8
244.9
5.0

236.8
288.7
5.0

37 Private financial sectors
38 Corporate bonds
39 Mortgages
40 Bank loans n e e
41
Open market paper
42 Loans from Federal Home
Loan Banks

116.2
37.4
1.5
29.5
32.7

134.0
40.5
1.6
33.6
36.5

131.0
43.7
2.0
29.9
37.5

138,0
53.6
2.4
26.4
39.7

161.5
63.7
2.4
26.0
49.2

198.5
71.2
2.5
28.3
63,9

232.9
79.0
2.6
27.7
81.8

251.0
86.1
2.4
26.9
86.6

287.7
85.3
1.9
27.7
107.6

294.5
87.8
2.0
29.6
109.1

317.6
105.1
2.1
29.5
122 A

372.3
119.6
2,1
30.4
145.6

15.1

21.8

17.8

15.9

20.2

32.7

41.8

49.0

65.2

66.0

59.0

74.6

43 Total, by sector

194.0

232.6

239.9

261.1

307.1

381.1

464.7

527.6

611.7

683.4

774.3

902.8

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
5 1 Real estate investment trusts .

59.8
18.0
116.2
4.1
10.0
17.1
70.7
14,4

77. 1
21.5
134.0
4.3
14.4
23.3
76.2
15.8

80.3
28.5
131.0
4.5
15.0
19.1
76.7
15.7

82,4
40.7
138.0
5.2
20.4
17.4
81.2
13.8

88.7
56.8
161.5
5.7
22.4
24.3
97.9
11.3

112.2
70.4
198.5
5.9
29.5
37.8
115.7
9.7

137,0
94.8
232.9
6.1
36.0
50,3
132.1
8.4

162.6
114.0
251.0
6.3
42.9
57,8
137.9
6.2

195.0
129.0
287.7
6.2
51.2
73.4
150.5
6.4

210.4
178.5
294.5
6.8
53.3
75.9
152,2
6,4

211.8
244.9
317.6
6.6
61.9
73.2
169.4
6.6

241.8
288.7
372.3
8.5
72.6
93,9
190,5
6.7

33
34
35
36

By type of instrument
U.S. government-related
Sponsored credit agency
securities
Mortgage pool securities . . . .
Loans from U.S. government

All sectors
52 Total credit market debt

2,180.2 2,406.7 2,619.9 2,904.3 3,285.0 3,761.1 4,251.4 4,685.5 5,177.1 5,638.7 6,274.8 7,121.0
716.7 807.1 893.2 1,016.1 1,149.1 1,375.0 1,629.4 1,902.1
636.7
239.5 262.9 291.3 321.6 351.9 374.6 428.4 484.6 539.2
525.4 553,3 590.0 639.5
364.6 402.6 435.4 464.4 499.1
886.2 1,012,7 1,162.9 1,328.2 1,463.0 1,576.9 1,655.0 1,822.3 2,024.1
248.6 289,1 337.9 383.4 389.7 416.4 441.7 493.0 593.6
272.5 302.1 359.2 410.3 457.6 516.8 538.9 570,9 638.1
89.5
115.9 156.2 176.3 230.3 241.9 259,7 307.2
74,6
181.6 209.4 251.3 294.1 331.9 387.6 404.6 424.9 477.1

53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60

U.S. government securities . . . .
Tax exempt obligations
Corporate and foreign bonds . .
Mortgages
Consumer credit
Bank loans n.e.c
Open market paper
....
Other loans

425.7
191.2
261.9
676.9
203.7
237.3
50.0
133.7

457.6
207.7
286.7
741.1
213.6
278.4
67.6
153.9

552.5
223.8
323.4
800.8
223.2
266,1
66.4
163.8

61
62
63
64

Selected claims not
included above
Security credit
Trade credit
Mutual fund shares
Other corporate equities

29.5
264.2
46.6
901.4

24.7
211.3
35.2
641.7

28.5
41.1
223.6 243.0
46,5
43.0
849.5 1,005.5




43.4
271.1
45.4
950.0

101,9
90.5
66.6
60.1
59.2
46.7
44.6
564.2
470.8 463.0 520.7
332.1 392.9 440.1
89.5 129.3
161.9
51.2
63,8
63.5
45.8
982.5 1,179.5 1,572.1 1,504.7 1,721.0 2,022.2 2,022.0

123

43. Flow of funds accounts, 1973-84—Continued
B. Direct and indirect claims on credit market debt
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars, exceptions noted
Transaction category, or sector
1 Total credit market debt
claims against domestic
nonfinancial sectors
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 , . .

1973

lJ974

1975

1976

1977

1978 j 1979 | 1980 i 1981 i 1982

1983

1984

1,919.1 2,094.2 2,288.8 2,532.6 2,854.1 3,218.1 3,604.2 3,948.3 4,328.4 4,728.9 5,255.3 5,970.8
2904
136,6
50.6

339 1
146.0
63.8

378 8
164.0
79.5

428 6
187.1
91.8

508 2
221.9
111.8

6105
258.0
137.5

687 3
251.7
174.6

784.2
267.4
206.3

881.9
284.6
229.8

990 8 1 107 9 1,250.3
302.6 330,2 366.0
290.8 366.9 423.5

15,1
88.0

21 8
107.5

17 8
117.4

15.9
133.9

154.3

202

32 7
182.3

41 8
219,1

49.0
261.5

65,2
302.3

66.0
331.4

2904
65.1

339 1
72 3

378 8
85 8

428.6
93,8

5082
103 6

610 5
1206

687 3
1400

784.2
163.6

881 9
187 6

990 8 1 107 9 1,250.3
2034 213 0 229.6

82 5
80.6
62.2

106 7

73.4

867

118 2
95 3
79 5

135 1
105 1
94.7

1580
1122
134.3

198 3
1192
1724

252 6
1269
167 8

298 2
131 4
191.0

346 4
1405
207.3

411 6
150 3
2254

481 1
161 2
252 5

552 9
169 6
298.3

77.9
67,0

98.6
79.8

108 9
91.2

123.1
110.6

145.5
123.9

182 6
161.9

231 8
182.5

276.6
209.6

324,0
237.0

388.9
226.4

456.7
245.2

530.5
247.5

Private domestic holdings
14 Total private holdings
1,773.7 1,933.5 2,110.1 2,337.7 2,615.3 2,952.1 3,331.2 3,650.3 4,007.5 4,353.4 4,849.3
15 U. £ government securities . . 289.0 311.6 388.5 449.6 494.7 549.1 641.5 748.6 864.5 1,072.4 1,299.2
191.2 207.7 223 8 239.5 262 9 291 3 321 6 351.9 374,6 428.4 484 6
16 Tax exempt obligations
17 Corporate and foreign bonds. 221.3 242.3 275.1 305,6 329.7 353.1 371.6 390.9 409.7 424.5 439.1
452.9 483 6 5104 565 7 646 8 742 3 834 5 908 2 964 9 954 8 995 8
18 Residential mortgages
19 Other mortgages and loans . . 634.4 710.2 730.1 793.0 901.3 1,049.1 1,203.9 1,299.6 1,459.0 1,539.3 1,689.5
20 LESS: Federal Home Loan
21 8
15 1
Bank advances
59 0
17 8
202
32 7
41 8
49 0
65 2
15 9
66 0

5,498.5
1,536.1
539.2
456,5
1 084.4
1,956.8

7 By type of lender
8 U.S. government . . . .
9 Government-related agencies
and pools
10 Monetary authorities
1 1 Foreign
Agency and foreign debt
not on line 1
Sponsored credit agencies
and mortgage pools
13 Foreign
12

21
22
23
24
25

59 0
351.9

74.6
386.2

74 6

Private financial intermediation
Credit market claims held
by private financial
institutions
1,496,0 1,629.4 1,763,6 1,959.0 2,222.4 2,538.6 2,850.5 3,132.4 3,455.0 3,706.4 4,085.3 4,627.8
Commercial banking
652.9 720.0 749.4 809.2 897.0 1,025.4 1,146.3 1,246.8 1,349.1 1,427.9 1,563.9 1,740.0
Savings institutions
371.6 396.4 447 4 515.8 594 3 667 1 723 8 778 7 806 6 825 5 962 3 1,110.8
Insurance and pension funds . 355,0 390.8 442.8 498.5 571.6 661.1 746.9 841.3 937.7 1,046.5 1,145.3 1,257.5
Other finance
116.5 122 2 124 1 135.5 159 6 185 1 233 5 265,7 361 7 406 6 413 8 519.5

26 Sources of funds
1,496.0 1,629.4 1,763.6 1,959.0 2,222.4 2,538.6 2,850.5 3,132.4 3,455.0 3,706.4 4,085.3 4,627.8
27 Private domestic deposits and
repurchase agreements , . 905.0 968.0 1,062.9 1,185.9 1,324.8 1,467.4 1,603.5 1,777.6 1,989.6 2,157.2 2,360.8 2,644.9
28 Credit market debt
116.2 134.0 131.0 138.0 161,5 198 5 2329 251.0 287.7 2945 317 6 372.3
29 Other sources
474 8 5274 569 7 635 1 736 1 872 6 1 014 1 1 103 8 1 177 8 1 254 7 1 406 9 1 610.7
25 6
30
Foreign funds
284
34 2
61 5
39 8
312 -18 3
37
32 1
30 1
27 6
38 7
9.9
4.8
31
Treasury balances
31
3.0
73
14 1
14 5
119
10 8
169
115
154
32
Insurance and pension
287.2 328.5 367 7 407.5 463 0 534 2 606 1 688 9 780 3 883 7 980 1 1,086.0
reserves
33
Other net
1494 155 3 168 8 199 1 238 1 290 1 332 0 363 1 355 5 372 5 411 6 477.2

124



43. Flow of funds accounts, 1973-84—Continued
B. Direct and indirect claims on credit market debt—Continued
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars, exceptions noted

1984

Transaction category, or sector

34
35
36
37
38
39

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

Private domestic
nonfinancial investors
Credit market claims
U.S. government securities . .
Tax exempt obligations
Corporate and foreign bonds .
Open market paper, etc
Other

393.8
148.6
59.8
51.5
28.7
105.2

438.2
165.2
69.1
54.6
33.4
115.9

477.5
183.4
77.5
60.9
30.5
125.2

516.6
196.3
80.8
71.6
30.8
137.0

554.4
219.2
81.5
71.4
34.6
147.7

612.0
252.7
83.6
65.2
42.9
167.6

713.6
307.0
93.7
64.0
51.4
197.4

768.9
331.6
100.4
58.3
48.2
230.4

840.2
361.1
111.4
50.4
50.9
266.5

941,5 1,081.7 1,242.9
600.8
399.4 488.1
145.1 187.6 219.3
45.8
40.2
45.7
60.8
57.0
64.1
294.4 299.4 318,4

40 Deposits and currency ,
41 Currency
42 Checkable deposits
43
44
45
46
47

Small time and savings
deposits
Money market fund shares . .
Large time deposits
Security repurchase
agreements
Foreign deposits

48 Total of credit market
instruments, deposits,
and currency
49 Public support rate (percent) . .
50 Private financial intermediation
(percent)
51 Total foreign funds

1983

970.2 1,041.0 1,143.0 1,275.1 1,423.4 1,578.0 1,723.5 1,909.1 2,131.0 2,305.8 2,528.5 2,823.4
165.1
61.8
68.1
74.4
81.7
89.9
99.2
107.1
117.5
150.9
126.9
136.6
337.3 353.6
199.6 201.7 211.0 221.4 237.8 254.0 272.1 281.8
299.8
315.6
585.3

622.7
2.4

720.5
3.7

841.9
3.7

935.4 1,001.3 1,060.7 1,143.6 1,190.6 1,328.8 1,547.9 1,696.3
3.9
10.8
45.2
74.4
181.9 206.6 162.5 209.7

106.4

129.7

115.9

104.9

131.4

177.6

195.1

240.9

277.9

263.0

255.4

325.3

13.7
3.3

11.5
4.9

11.7
5.8

14.0
7.4

16.3
8.7

23.7
11.4

30.3
12.9

36.9
14.0

39.4
14.5

43.3
12.0

57.5
16.8

60.0
13.4

1,364.0 1,479.2 1,620.5 1,791.7 1,977.8 2,190.0 2,437.1 2,678.0 2,971.2 3,247.3 3,610.2 4,066.3

20.0

20.1

20.1

85.1
207.1

84.2
256.2

84.2
330.3

14.6

15.6

15.9

16.2

17.1

18.1

84.3
90.6

84.3
112.1

83.6
109.6

83.8
120.2

85.0
162.0

86.0
206.5

52 Total market value
53 Mutual fund shares
54 Other equities

948.1
46.6
901.4

676.9
35.2
641.7

892.5 1,051.9
43.0
46.5
849.5 1,005.5

995.4 1,028.3 1,230.7 1,635.6 1,568.5 1,810.5 2,151.5 2,183.8
129.3
45.8
45.4
51.2
63.5
63.8
89.5
161.9
950.0 982.5 1,179.5 1,572.1 1,504.7 1,721.0 2,022.2 2,022.0

55 Held by financial institutions . .
56 Other holdings

208.8
739.3

154.1
522.7

210.3
682.2

232.2
763.2

18.2
85.6
229.3

18.9

19.3

85.8
230.9

86.2
238.5

Corporate equities not included above

243.0
809.0

245.3
783.1

596.9
290.1
382.8 369.6 458.9 588.1
940.6 1,252.8 1,198.9 1,351.6 1,563.4 1,587.0

NOTES BY LIKE NUMBER

1. Line 1 of table 43, part A.
6. Includes farm and commercial mortgages.
12. Credit market funds raised by federally sponsored credit agencies,
and net issues of federally related mortgage pool securities.
14. Line 1 less line 2 plus lines 12 and 13. Also line 21 less line 28 plus
line 34. Also sum of lines 29 and 48 less lines 41 and 47.
19. Includes farm and commercial mortgages.
27. Line 40 less lines 41 and 47.
28. Excludes equity issues and investment company shares. Includes
line 20.
30. Foreign deposits at commercial banks, bank borrowings from foreign branches, and liabilities of foreign banking agencies to foreign
affiliates.




31. Demand deposits at commercial banks.
32. Excludes net investment of these reserves in corporate equities.
33. Mainly retained earnings and net miscellaneous liabilities.
34. Line 14 less line 21 plus line 28.
35-39. Lines 15-19 less amounts acquired by private finance. Line 39
includes mortgages.
41. Mainly an offset to line 10.
48. Sum of lines 34 and 40, or line 14 less line 29 plus lines 41 and 47.
49. Line 2 divided by line 1.
50. Line 21 divided by line 14.
51. Sum of lines 11 and 30.
52. 54. Includes issues by financial institutions.

125

43. Flow of funds accounts, 1973-84—Continued
C. Sector statements of financial assets and liabilities
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

j 1978 j

1979 | 1980

1981

Category

1982 1 1983
i
;

, i

1984

Households, personal trusts, and nonprofit organization S
1 Total financial assets

2,2%.8 2,201.0 2,558.9 2,899.7 3,076.5 3,364.5 3,850.0 4,532.0 4,826.3 5,377.3 6,057.4 6,608.5

2 Deposits and credit market
instruments'

1,077.9 1,178,2 1,294.8 1,438.9 1,596.2 L767.5 1,975.1 2,181.0 2,433.9 2,645.6 2,916.9 3,309.4

3 Deposits
4 Checkable deposits and
currency
5 Small time and savings
deposits
6 Money market fund shares . .
7 Large time deposits

787.1

847.8

940.1 1,062.0 1 189.5 1,321 5 1,4504 1 6207 1 8302 1 983 3 2 177 6 2 464 5

156.4

163.6

170.4

186.2

205.2

228.3

585.3
' 45.4

622.6
2.4
59.2

719.6
3.7
46.4

835.8
3.7
36.4

930.9
3.9
49.5

996.9 1,056.9 1,140.2 1,187.1 1,323.8 1,537.6 1,688.6
45.2
74.4 181.9
206.6 162.5 209.7
10.8
121.7
98.8
142.0 161.7
85.5
179.6
137.0

290.8
108.7
95.2
60.4
34.9
13.4

330.4
127.2
111.3
63.3
48.0
15.8

354.7
138.7
126.2
67.4
58.9
12.5

376.9
145.5
129.8
72.0
57.8
15.6

406.7
163.4
142.3
76.8
65.5
21.2

446,0
184,1
156.8
80.7
76.1
27.3

53.7

61.9

68.1

70.1

70.1

51,5
63.1
13.8

54.6
70.0
16.9

60.9
76.2
10.9

71.6
83.6
6.1

71.4
91.7
10.0

18 Corporate equities
19 Mutual fund shares
20 Other corporate equities

705.7
46.6
659.1

498.5
35.2
463.3

646.9
43.0
603.9

766.0
46.5
719.5

723.4
45.4
678.1

21 Life insurance reserves

151.3

158.4

166.5

175.3

322.8
4.9
34.1

325.2
3.9
36.8

405.6
4.5
40.6

467.2
6.3
46.0

25 Total liabilities

697.7

752.2

808.0

907.4 1,051.7 1,225.8 1,409.8 1,544.3 1,679.3 1,778.7 1,S>75.7 2,223.8

26 Credit market instruments
27 Home mortgages
28 Installment consumer credit ,
29 Other consumer credit.
30 Tax exempt debt
31 Other mortgages
32 Bank loans n.e.c
33 Other loans

670,9
404,5
155,1
48.6
.4
22.6
13.5
26.2

725.5
442.3
164.6
49.0
1.3
23.7
15.2
29.4

778,8
482.9
172.3
50.9
2.7
24.8
13.7
31.5

871.2 1,012.2 1 ,182.5 1,362.5 1,487.0 1,619.2 1,712.1 1,887.5 2,133.8
544.3 635.1 746.5 869.2 967.5 1,051.0 1,096.9 1,200.1 1,332.2
355.8 396.1 477.0
314.9 335.7
193.8 230.6 273.6 312.0
80.7
116.6
96.9
85.9
71.3
74.8
64.3
58.6
54.8
51.3
29.4
21.1
40.6
13.6
16.7
10.7
8.1
4.7
41.4
36.4
29.6
31.5
38.9
33.8
28,1
26.7
25.6
38.4
34.4
31.2
36.0
20.8
26.8
19.9
17.4
14.6
73,2
76.5
79.3
65.8
45.9
54.7
39.5
35.7
33.4

13.2
7.3

11.4
8.3

12.1
9.4

17.2
10.5

18.5
11.7

19.7
13.2

20.7
14.9

27.2
17.2

25.6
19.8

28.8
22.2

48.1
24.0

47.5
25.8

6.4

7.1

7.7

8.4

9.3

10,3

11,7

12.9

14.7

15.5

16.1

16.7

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Credit market instruments . . .
U.S. government securities
Treasury issues
Savings bonds
Other Treasury
Agency issues
Tax exempt obligations
Corporate and foreign
bonds
Mortgages
Open market paper

22 Pension fund reserves
23 Security credit
24 Miscellaneous assets

34 Security credit
35 Trade credit
36 Deferred and unpaid life
insurance premiums

126



....

249.4

264.0

299.4

315.9

355.7

386.5

524,8
226.8
181,6
79.9
101.8
45.2

560.4
240.2
188,2
72.5
115.6
52.1

603.7
264.8
208.2
68.2
140.0
56.5

662.3
277.3
226,2
68.3
157.9
51.1

739.4
328.0
268.4
71.5
196,9
59.5

844.9
406.4
317.3
74.5
242.7
89.2

72.7

83.2

89.9

100.8

132.8

173.8

205.3

65.2
105.9
18.1

64.0
125.9
24.7

58.3
148.1
23.8

50.4
171.2
16.5

45.7
191.7
14.7

45.8
183.8
7.9

40.2
184,9
8.0

741.0
45.8
695.2

892.3 1,188,2 1,134.3 1,274.8 1,466.2 1,492.5
161.9
129.3
89.5
63.8
51.2
63.5
841.1 1,124.8 1,070.5 1,185.4 1,336.9 1,330.6

184.8

196.0

206.7

216.4

225.6

513.8
5.3
52.9

592.6
7.8
59.5

699.6
9.6
66.7

859.1
14.8
72.4

941.2 1,122.7 1,321.7 1,433.0
24.9
19.3
16.0
12.7
99.9
92.5
85.3
78.5

232,8

240.8

248.8

43. Flow of funds accounts, 1973-84—Continued
C. Sector statements of financial assets and liabilities—Continued
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars

1977

1982

1983

1984

1974

1975

1976

36 Total financial assets

526.0

516.7

557.6

611.9

671.7

764.4

888.6

993.4 1,057.6 1,085.9 1,213.7 1,289.6

37 Liouid assets
38 Demand deposits and
currency
. . •>
39 Time deposits
40 Security repurchase
agreements
41 Foreign deposits
....

101.0

105.4

125.2

139.8

143.4

159.2

177.8

194.2

212.1

239.2

287.1

292.5

46.3
16.6

47.8
20.5

53.9
22.4

56.4
24.4

59.2
29.2

63.0
31.2

69.2
35.9

73.1
39.9

62.5
54.8

72.0
60.0

71.5
76.6

67,3
81.4

11.3
3,3

5.5
4.9

4.7
5.8

7.0
7.4

8.3
8.7

13.7
11.4

16.3
12.9

22.9
14.0

22.9
14.5

26.6
12.0

37.9
16.8

40.3
13.4

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

11.5
3.7
24.8

13.1
3.7
26.7

16.5
3.5
24.4

19.5
3.5
34.3

22.7
3.5
42.2

27.2
4.2
52,9

30.0
4.1
56.1

45 Consumer credit
46 Trade credit

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
429.6

29.9
477.0

32.5
497.8

33.1
485.9

36.5
543.5

42.8
587.1

47 Miscellaneous assets
...
48 Foreign direct investments2 . .
49 Insurance receivables
50 Equity in sponsored agencies
5 1 Other

136.6
91.7
15.7
.4
28.8

145.5
100.4
17.8
.4
26.9

160.1
114.1
20.0
A
25.5

179.2
126.6
23.4
,5
28.8

198.0
135,4
27.8
.5
34.3

217.2
151.8
33.4
.6
31.4

251.7
178.2
38.9
.6
33,9

292.3
208.5
43,6
.6
39.6

315.3
222.8
47,3
.6
44.5

327.8
227.1
50.0
.7
49.9

346.7
235.7
54.3
.7
56.0

367.2
245,8
58.4.
.7
62.3

52 Total liabilities

732.6

743.4

770.9

834.7

930,3 1,072.0 1,235.6 1,362.9 1,506.9 1,587.8 1,715.2 1,930.5

53 Credit market instruments
54 Tax exempt debt3
55 Corporate bonds2
56 Mortgages,
57
Home mortgages
58
Multifamily
59
Commercial
....

461.3
2.4
207.5
65.9
3.1
26.9
35,9

527.4
4.1
227.1
66.8
2.8
28.3
35.7

548.5
6.7
254.3
65.9
3.5
28.8
33.6

591.5
9.2
277.2
68.3
4.8
30.0
33.6

662.6
17.4
300.0
71.9
6.4
32,0
33.5

741.1
25.0
321.2
76.1
6.7
34.7
34.6

836,5
35.0
338.5
77.5
6.1
37.2
34.2

912,0 1,014.8 1,085.4 1,144.9 1,307.3
74.5
83.9 102.4
45.9
59.3
365.1 386.9 405.5 421.3 453.5
79.7
80.0
76.8
80.0
78.1
7.4
4.4
7,2
4.0
5.3
41.6
41.8
40.8
41.4
40.6
30.7
30.9
32.7
31.6
34.0

60
61
62
63
64

Bank loans n e e
Commercial paper
Acceptances
Finance company loans . . . .
U S government loans

150.3
8.4
2.4
22.3
2.1

181.5
12.5
3.6
28.1
3.7

172.4
9.6
3.8
31,9
3.9

176.3
11.0
5.1
40.3
4.1

197.0
12.8
5.7
53.8
4.0

227.4
15.5
5.0
65.3
5.7

272.6
24.5
6.0
75.4
6.9

299.2
28.0
6.9
78.5
8.4

341.9
42.7
9.1
87.2
9.6

383.0
38.2
9,8
86.7
10.9

401.9
37.7
9.5
100.5
10.4

472.4
58.5
10.4
118.1
12.0

65 Profit taxes payable
...
66 Trade debt . .
67 Foreign direct investment
in United States

15.6
235.1

16.7
174.1

14.3
180.5

21,8
190.7

20.3
212.8

24.6
263.9

27.1
317.6

25.3
357.2

18.5
383.2

4.5
376.0

9,8
427.0

10.5
460.4

20.6

25.1

27.7

30.8

34.6

42.5

54.5

68.4

90.4

121.9

133.5

152.3

31.7

69.4

68.9

77.4

91.5

96.4

112.0

119.8

114.7

109.9

116.4

126.7

275.8
185.4
436,2

298.0
229.4
420.3

326.9
221.5
416.3

354.7
236.8
449.3

389.3
273.4
506.4

422.2
318.8
607.2

451.0
385.4
730.1

491.0
421,0
803.5

524.3
490.5
892.2

556.8
528,6
909.1

584.9 635.9
560.0 671.4
996.8 1,142.3

59.8

56.5

59.6

60.0

58,7

57.0

53.9

53.8

51.7

51,3

51.1

48.6

40.2

43.5

40.4

40.0

41.3

43.0

46.1

46.2

48.3

48.7

48.9

51.4

23.1

25.1

30.1

31.1

28.3

26.2

24.4

24.2

23,8

26.3

28.8

25.6

1978

1979

1980

1973
Transaction category, or sector

1981

Nonfinancial Corporate Business

42
43
44

U.S. government securities . .
Tax exempt obligations
Commercial paper

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
....




127

44. Selected measures of nonfmancial business activity, 1984'
1977=100; monthly data are seasonally adjusted. Exceptions are noted
Measure
1 Industrial production, total
2
3
4
5
6
7

Market groupings
Producte total
Final total
Consumer goods
Equipment . . . .
Intermediate
Materials

Industry groupings
8 Manufacturing
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Capacity utilization (percent)2
Manufacturing
Industrial materials industries
Construction contracts (1977=100)3 .
Nonagricultural employment, total4 . . . .
Goods-producing, total . . . .
Manufacturing, total
Manufacturing, production worker .
Service-producing

17 Personal income, total5
18 Wage and salary disbursements
19
Manufacturing
20 Disposable personal income5
21 Retail sales (1977=100)6

i

Mar.

Apr. j May

Nov. | Dec.

Year

Jan.

121.8

118.4

119.3

120.1 120.7 121.3

127.1
127.8
118,2
1405
124.9
114,6

122.8
123,4
116.2
132 8
1209
1124

123.7
124.2
116.9
133 9
121 9
113 3

124.5
125.0
117.3
135 3
122.8
114,1

123.9

1196 121 0 122.0 122 8 123 2 124.1 125.4 125.9 125.6 125.5 126.0 125.8

80.8
823
149.0
143.1
106.8
100.7
94.0
163.0

79.2
81 6
150.0
140.4
104.6
99.0
925
160.0

80.0 80,4
82 1 82 5
1490 145.0
141.1 141.4
105.4 105.5
996 100.1
93 1 93.6
1607 161.1

478.2
422.5
323.6
470.3
179.0

459.9
409.3

411 0
314.0 317.1
453.0 457.1
1762 1755

464.0

413.3 418.1 4192 422.6
318.8 322.0 321.9 323.1
459.9 464.2 465.3 469.1
1735 1783 1792 181,1

311.1
291.2

305.2
289.5

307.3

466.8

125.4
126.1
118.3
1364
1230
1149

126.2
126,8
117.7
138 8
1242
1147

June

July ^ Aug. j Sept.

Oct.

122.3 123.2 123.5 123.3 122.7
127.5
128.2
118.5
141.0
125.4
115.2

128.6
129.2
119.1
142.5
127.0
115.8

129.0
129.7
118.4
144 5
126.9
116.1

128.8
129.8
118.3
145.0
125.6
115.9

123.4 123.3

129.9
130.7
119.6
145,5
127.2
114.2 114.6

129.0
129.9
118.5
145,0
126.2

81.2
81.5
151.0
145.1
107.8
101 4

80.7 80.7 81.1
826 826 82,8
147.0 163.0 144.0
142.0 142.5 143.1
106.2 106.6 107.1
1004 1006 100.9
940 94 1 94.3
161.6 162.2 162.8

81.7
83.0
150.0
143.4
107.5
101.3
946
163.1

81.8
83 1
148.0
143.6
107.7
101 4

948 94.0
163.4 164.2

145.0
144.6
107.6
101.2
94.3
164.9

47L2

480.6
424.4
324.4
472.5

483.5 487.0
425 5 428.4
326.2 325.7
475.5 479.1
178 3 179.9

489.1
428.8
326.7
480,6
1809

492.3
432,6
330.0
482.9
1830

311.7

313.0 314.5
291 3 289.8

315.3
291.6

315.3
2923

472,8

477.2

178 5

81.3
82.7
146.0
144.1
107.3
100.9

81.1
81.3

944
165.6

129.8
130.6
119.7
144.9
V27.1
114.6

80.9
81 3
150,0
145.4
108.4
101 8
94 8
16*5 7
494.2

436 S
333.3
484.5

1834

7

22
23

Prices
Consumer
Producer finished goods

128



306.6
2906

291.4

308.8

291,2

309.7 310.7
291 1 290.9

292.3

315.5
2924

45. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization, 1984
A. Output
1967 = 100; quarterly data are seasonally adjusted

1 Total industry

Year

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

163.3

Series

159.8

163.1

165.6

164.7

2 Mining
3 Utilities

...

125.7
181.5

124.2
179.2

125,1
183.1

129.0
181.1

124.3
183.0

4 Manufacturing

...

164.7

161.0

164.4

167.2

166.5

161.2
166.6

160.5
161.7

162.5
165.2

162.2
169.7

159.8
169,6

161.2

158.8

162.1

163.4

160.2

161.6
96.6
184.3
193.3
168.2
237.1
131.5

157.6
97.3
183.7
193,2
165.8
236.7
131.2

162.0
100.3
186.6
195.9
168.5
240.4
132.4

164.6
97.2
185.7
194.9
171.0
238.4
133.1

162.1
91.0
181.5
189.6
168.3
233.5
129.4

Year

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

5 Primary processing1 2
6 Advanced processing
7 Materials3 . .

..

....

8 Durable goods
9 Metal
10 Nondurable goods
1 1 Textile paper and chemical . .
12
Paper.
13
Chemical
14 Energy . . .

B. Capacity
1967 output = 100; quarterly data are seasonally adjusted
Series

200.4

198.4

199.7

201.1

202.4

...

166.0
216.0

165,7
213.8

165.9
215.3

166.1
216.8

166.3
218.3

...

201.8

199.5

201.0

202.5

204.0

5 Primary processing' . . . .
6 Advanced processing2 . .

197.6
204.0

196.5
201.1

197.2
203.0

198.0
204.9

198.7
206.8

7 Materials3

196.5

194.7

195.9

197.2

198.4

198.9
138.2
224.3
237.2
170.0
306.6
156.7

197,1
139.1
221.8
234.2
168.5
302.3
155.8

198.3
138,5
223.4
236.2
169.5
305.2
156.4

199.5
137.9
225.2
238.2
170.5
308.0
157.0

200.8
137.3
226.9
240.3
171.5
310.9
157.6

Year

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

1 Total industry

81.5

80.5

81.7

82.4

81.3

2 Mining
3 Utilities

75.7
84.0

75.0
83.8

75.4
85.0

77.7
83.5

74.7
83.8

81.6

80.7

81.8

82.5

81.6

5 Primary processing
6 Advanced processing2

81.6
81.7

81.7
80.3

82.4
81.4

81.9
82.8

80.4
82.0

7 Materials3

82.0

81.6

82.7

82.9

80.7

81.2
69.9
82.2
81.5
98.9
77.3
84.0

79.9
70.0
82.8
82.5
98.4
78.3
84.2

81.7
72.4
83.5
82.9
99.4
78.8
84.6

82.5
70,5
82.5
81.8
100.3
77.4
84.8

80.7
66.3
80.0
79.0
98.1
75.1
82.1

1 Total industry
2 Mining . . .
3 Utilities

.

4 Manufacturing

8 Durable goods
9 Metal
10 Nondurable goods
1 1 Textile paper and chemical .
12
Paper
13
Chemical
14 Energy

C. Capacity utilization4
Percent; quarterly data are seasonally adjusted
Series

4 Manufacturing

...
1

8 Durable goods
9 Metal
10 Nondurable goods
11 Ti ixtile paper and chemical
12
Paper
13
Chemical
14 Energy
...




129

46. Labor force, employment, and unemployment, 1984
Thousands of persons; monthly data are seasonally adjusted. Exceptions noted

Mar.

|

Year

Jan.

178,602

177,733

177,882

178,033

178,185

178,337

178,501

115,763
113,544

114,520
112,320

114,927
112,724

115,115
112,906

115,418
113,202

115,936
113,722

115,836
113,619

101,685
3,321

100,000
3,294

100,524
3,364

100,818
3,305

101,023
3,379

101,795
3,367

102,023
3,368

8,539
7.5
62,839

9,026
8.0
63,213

8,836
7.8
62,955

8,783
7.8
62,918

8,800
7.8
62,767

8,560
7.5
62,401

8,228
7.2
62,665

94,166

92,391

92,846

93,058

93,449

93,786

94,135

19 589
999
4 315
5,169
21,790
5,665
20,666
15 973

19 254
975
4,154
5,095
21,320
5,573
20,162
15 858

19,373
978
4,226
5,105
21,418
5,593
20,278
15,875

19,466
978
4,151
5,112
21,493
5,613
20,378
15,873

19 530
984
4,246
5,129
21,568
5,640
20,449
15,903

19,570
995
4,286
5,144
21,658
5,662
20,549
15,922

19,629
1,002
4,343
5,163
21,747
5,676
20,681
15,894

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.^T Nov.
. ... .1

1 Noninstitutional population'

178,669

178,821

179,005

179,181

179,353

179,524

2 Labor force (including Armed Forces)1
3 Civilian labor force . .
....
Employment
4
Nonagricultural industries2
5
Agriculture
Unemployment
6
Number
7
Rate (percent of civilian labor force) .
8 Not in labor force
,

116,097
113 868

115,867
113,629

116,006
113,764

116,241
114,016

116,292
114,074

116,682
114,464

102 044
3,333

101 884
3,264

102,075
3,319

102 480
3,169

102 598
3,334

102,888
3,385

8491
75
62,572

8481
7.5
62,954

8,370
7.4
62,999

8 367
7.3
62,940

8 142
7.1
63,061

8,191
7.2
62,842

94,350

94,523

94,807

95,157

95,497

95,681

19,696
1,007
4,356
5 175
21,811
5 676
20,701
15 928

19,725
1,017
4,356
5,202
21,839
5,679
20,748
15 957

19,616
1,020
4,374
5,213
21,930
5,684
20,861
16 109

19,686
1,012
4,382
5,225
22,080
5 705
20,964
16 103

19,718
1,009
4,396
5,226
22,267
5,725
21,030
16 126

19,801
1,000
4,457
5,249
22,267
5,749
21,095
16063

Category

Feb.

Apr

j

May

}

June

HOUSEHOLD SURVEY DATA
1 Noninstitutional population1
1

2 Labor force (including Armed Forces)
3 Civilian labor force
Employment
4
Nonagricultural industries2
..
5
Agriculture
Unemployment
6
Number
7
Rate (percent of civilian labor force)
8 Not in labor force
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

..

..

...

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

130




47. Industrial production1
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted

Grouping

MAJOR MARKET
1 Total index
2 Products
3 Final products
4
Consumer goods
5
Equipment
6 Intermediate products
7 Materials
Consumer goods
8 Durable consumer goods
9 Automotive products
10
Autos and trucks
11
Autos, consumer
12
Trucks consumer
13 Auto parts and allied goods . . .
14 Home goods
15
Appliances, A/C, and TV
16
Appliances and TV
17
Carpeting and furniture
18
Miscellaneous home goods . .
19 Nondurable consumer goods
20 Consumer staples
21
Consumer roods and tobacco .
22
Nonfood staples
23
Consumer chemical
products
24
Consumer paper products
25
Consumer energy
26
Consumer ftiel
27
Residential utilities
Equipment
28 Business and defense
29 Business
30
Construction, mining and
ferm

31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39

Manufacturing
Power
Commercial
Transit
Defense and space
..
Intermediate products
Construction supplies
Business supplies
..
General business supplies
Commercial energy products . . .

1977
proportion

1984
1984
avg.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Index (1977 - 100)

118.4

119.3

120.1

120.7

121.3

122.3

123.2

123.5

123.3

122.7 123.4

57.72
44 77
25.52
19.25
12.94
42 28

127.1
127 8
118.2
140.5
124.9
114.6

122.8
123 4
1162
132.8
120.9
1124

123.7
1242
1169
133.9
121.9
113 3

124.5
125 0
117.3
135.3
122.8
114 1

125,4
126 1
118 3
136.4
123.0
1144

126.2
126 8
117 7
138.8
124.2
114 7

127.5
128 2
118.5
141.0
125.4
115 2

128.6
1292
119.1
142.5
127.0
115.8

129.0
129.7
118.4
144,5
126.9
116.1

128.8
129 8
118.3
145.0
125,6
115.9

129.0
129,9
118.5
145.0
126.2
114.2

129.9
130.7
119.6
145.5
127,2
114.6

129.8
1306
119.7
144.9
127.3
114.6

6.89
2.98
1 79
1.16
.63
1.19
3.91
1.24
1.19
96
1.71
1863
15.29
7.80
7.49

112.6
109 8
103.0
93.2
121.2
120.1
114,8
136.2
137.5
117 6
97,8
1202
125.0
126,2
123.9

113.0
1107
105 7
97.9
120.1
118.1
114.9
136.3
137.7
115 5
99.1
117 3
121.1
122.7
119.4

113.0
111 2
106.2
98.3
120.9
118.6
114.4
132.9
134.1
116 8
99.8
1183
122.2
123.2
121.3

112.8
111 6
106.5
99.4
119.6
119.3
113,7
131.9
133.4
117 8
98.2
1189
122.7
124.0
121.4

113.0
1104
1034
95.0
119.0
121.0
115.0
135.9
136,8
118 5
98.1
1203
124.3
126.0
122.7

111.8
1089
102 2
93,4
118.5
118.9
114.1
133.2
134.0
118 6
97.8
1199
124.4
125.5
123.3

111.7
1104
102.7
93.7
119.3
122.1
112,7
131,0
131.8
1180
96.6
120.9
125.7
126.8
124.8

113.8
110.4
102.8
92.8
121.5
121.9
116.4
140.9
143.0
119.3
97.2
120.9
125.9
126.9
125.0

113.3
111.6
106.0
92.7
130.8
120.0
114.6
138.7
140.6
117.5
95.7
120.2
125.4
126.6
124.3

111.5
107 4
98.7
85.1
124.1
120.6
114.7
138.0
140.1
118.8
95.6
120.7
126.3
127.7
125.0

111.4
104.2
95.0
84.0
115.4
118.1
116.9
140.5
142.2
118.1
99.3
121.0
126,7
128.2
125.4

113.3
110.2
103.1
89.7
127,8
121.1
115.8
137.4
138.4
118.1
99.0
121.8
127,4
127.6
127,5

113.1
111.6
104.7
95.6
121.5
122,1
114.3
137.2
138.2
114,1
97.9
122.1
127.7
129,1
126.5

2.75
1 88
2.86
1 44
1,42

137.4
1384
101.4
893
113.7

131.0
130 1
101.3
860
116.9

134.2
131 7
102.1
91 5
113.0

131,1
1339
104.0
92 5
115.7

134.7
1365
102,2
91 2
113.4

133.7
1390
103,0
91 1
115.1

138.1 139.0 138.3 140.4
1405 143.0 141.2 140.7
101.6 99.7 99.8 100.0
89,5 87.4 88.5 88.1
113.9 112.2 111.2 112.1

141.3
140.0
100.5
88.8
112.4

143.3
141.5
103.0
89.9
116,3

142.7
141.8
100.7
87.7
113.9

100.00 121.8

123.3

18.01 139.6 131.5 133.1 134,7 136.1 137.9 139.9 141.4 143.5 144.1 144.1 144.6 143,9
14.34 134,9 127.1 128.5 130.4 131.2 133,3 135.5 137.0 139.1 139.2 139.1 139.8 138.4
2,08 66.6
3.27 109.4
1.27 79.2
5.22 209.2
2.49 98.6
3.67 157.9

60.6
101.9
73.0
194.9
101,7
148.8

63.5 64.6 66.7 66.3 66.6 68.9 68.1 67.9 69.5
104.3 106.7 107.7 108.5 109.7 110.6 113.4 113.3 112.7
79.8 80.3 80.3 82,4 83.7
74.5 74.9 76.3 76,7
196.3 199.6 202.5 208.7 212.1 213.5 216.5 216.9 216.4
100.1 99.9 94.5 93.2 95,3 97.6 100.6 99.3 98.5
151.3 151.9 155.6 156.0 157.2 158.5 160.7 163.4 163.5

68,2
112.4
83.8
217.1
102.9
163.3

68.5
111.5
84.5
214.5
100.9
165.3

5.95
6.99
5.67
1.31

111.2
129.3
132.3
116.2

112.4
130.0
133.5
114,7

114.0
134.2
137.9
118.0

113.9
130.5
134,1
114.8

113.7
130.9
134.0
117.4

113.1
133,7
137.7
116.2

114.3
134.9
138.4
119.5

114,3
137.8
142.0
119.5

Materials
40 Durable goods materials
20.50 122.3 118.1 120.1 120.6 121.6 121.7 122.4 123.5
41 Durable consumer parts
4.92 98.0 97.3 97.0 97.4 97.7 96.5 97.2 97.5
42 Equipment parts
5.94 164.5 152.6 157.5 158,6 162.9 162.9 164.8 168.6
9.64 108.6 107,3 108.7 109.0 108.3 109.1 109.1 108.8
43 Durable materials n.e c. . .
4.64 86.4 86.4 88.1 87.5 88.4 87.7 87.2 86,5
44
Basic metal materials . .
10.09 111.2 110.3 111.2 111.8 111.3 111.4 111.2 111.6
45 Nondurable goods materials
46 Textile, paper, and chemical
materials
7.53 111.6 111.0 112.0 112.1 111.7 111.8 112,0 111.8
47
Textile materials
1.52 101.5 105.5 105,9 105.7 103.4 104.4 102.1 103,2
48
Pulp and paper materials . . .
1.55 126.5 125.5 125,5 123.9 128.0 126.6 127.6 128.5
4.46 109.9 107.9 109.5 110,3 108.9 109.2 110.0 109.1
49
Chemical materials
50 Miscellaneous nondurable
materials
2.57 109.8 108,4 108.8 110.8 110.0 110.0 108.7 110.8
5 1 Energy materials
11.69 104.0 104.2 103.3 104.5 104.6 105.3 106.0 106.0
52 Primary energy
7.57 107.5 107.3 106.9 107.9 107.9 108.9 110.1 110.7
4.12 97.6 98.4 96.6 98.2 98.4 98.9 98.5 97.3
53 Converted fuel materials




Aug.

115.3
136.9
141.3
117.4

114.7
134.9
138,7
118.2

114.6
136.1
140.1
118.8

115.7
137.1
140.9
120,4

114.7
138.0
141.4
122.9

124.4
99.0
170.1
109.2
85.6
111.6

124.0
98.8
169.9
108.5
85.0
111.4

123.7
98.9
168.6
108.7
84.8
111,2

123.9
99.1
169.1
108.7
85.2
110.7

123.4
99.8
168.8
107.4
84.0
110.7

.112.5 112.3 111.5 110.5 110.1
104.5 99.2 98.5 93.7 91.2
127.0 127.7 126.2 125.1 127.2
110.1 111.5 110.8 111.1 110.6

109.0 108.4 109.9 111.1 112,1
105.5 105.5 99.9 101.5 102.4
109.3 110,0 101.4 104.1 106.0
98.5 97.2 97.1 96.8 96.0

131

47. Industrial production1—Continued
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted

1984
Jan.

15.79
9.83
5.96
84.21
35 11
49.10

SIC
code

Grouping

1977
proportion

111.6
1109
112.7
119 6
1195
119.6

Feb. [Mar. 1 Apr.

May

June

July J Aug.

S«pt. 1 Oct. j^Nov. j Dec,

Index (1977 - 100)

MAJOR INDUSTRY
1 Mining and utilities
2 Mining
3 Utilities
4 Manufacturing
5 Nondurable
6 Durable
7
8
9
10

Mining
Metal
Coal
Oil and gas extraction
Stone and earth minerals . . .

11
12
13
14
15

Nondurable manufactures
Foods
Tobacco products .
Textile mill products
Apparel products
Paper and products . . . .

16
17
18
19
20

Printing and publishing
Chemicals and products .
Petroleum products
Rubber ana plastic products
Leather and products

Durable manufactures
21 Lumber and products
22 Furniture and fixtures
23 Clay, glass, and stone products . .

109.4
1094
109.4
121 0
121,0
121,0

110.4
1096
111.6
122 0
121 6
122.2

110.4
109 8
111.4
122 8
121 9
123.3

111.7
111.7
111.6
123,2
122.3
123.8

112.7
113.5
111.4
124 1
123.2
124.7

112.9
114.8
109.8
125 4
123.9
126.4

111.9 112,1
113.0 113.6
110.0 109.7
125.9 125 6
123.2 123.1
127.7 127.2

108.0
107,2
109,4
125 5
123,3
127.0

110.1
108,8
112,1
1260
123,8
127.5

109.9
108,9
111.6
125,8
123.4
127,4

.50 742 79.6 83.7 81.3 80.0 79.0 79.6 72.2
1.60 124.1 128.1 130.7 128.1 130.8 137.9 141.7 136.4
7.07 110.3 106.9 106.0 106,8 109.2 110.2 110.9 110.2
.66 112 7 113.5 115 9 1195 117.3 117.0 1183 118.4

73.6 75,3 75.5 69.3
144.2 102.0 113.1 116.2
109.2 110,1 109.8 109,8
117.6 1142 115 3 113.2

20
21
22
23
26

7.96
.62
2.29
2.79
3.15

128.2
99,6
100 9
100.1
128.9

27
28
29
30
31

4.54 1397 141.6 143.5 144 1 148.2 149.4 152.3 151.5 148.8 149.5 153.5 151.2
8,05 118.2 120.1 120.3 119.9 119.5 122,1 122,9 122.0 124.2 123.5 124.3 123.4
2,40 865 91.3 89 8 88 7 88.3 88.4 87 0 87.5 85 7 854 862 84.7
2.80 137.6 138.7 140.7 140.1 143,5 144.9 146.0 144.5 144,1 146.0 146.6 146.6
.53 79 3 82 4 81 7 82 0 78 8 77 3 77 0 74 2 73 4 709 71 5 71.4

24
25
32

2.30 106.7 108.1 109.5 110.0 108.3 109.8 107.9 109.4
1.27 128.1 132.2 132 5 132 9 138.3 138.6 139 4 140.0
2.72 108.5 111.0 111.3 112.0 113.2 112.5 113.8 113.7

10
11,12
13
14

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Primary metals
33 5.33
Iron and steel
331.2 3.49
34 6.46
Fabricated metal products
Nonelectrical machinery
35 9.54
Electrical machinery
36 7.15
Transportation equipment
37 9.13
Motor vehicles and parts
371 5.25
Aerospace and miscellaneous
transportation equipment . . 372-6.S» 3.87
32 Instruments
38 2.66
33 Miscellaneous manufactures
39 1.46

Utilities
34 Electric

123.4
100.8
106 8
104.1
125.9

84.3
77.9
97 2
131.6
163 0
112.1
106 5

124.4 125.5
100.4
98.0
107,6 108 7
104.7 104.6
126.1 126.0

85.1
78.1
99.1
133.4
164 6
112.3
106.0

83.6
75.6
102 1
136.5
165 9
112.3
106 5

126.8
99.7
1069
106 1
127.3

84.2
76.0
101 5
138.9
1692
1120
103 6

126,7
99.2
107.0
104.2
126.5

82.8
74,3
101 9
141.9
1692
111.2
103 4

127.4
102.0
105,0
102.9
127,2

80.4
71.0
103 3
143.7
171 4
112.4
104 3

127.8
100.9
105 7
102.3
128.2

80.6
69.0
103 7
146.1
175 3
114.2
105 4

127,7
97.3
103.5
101.3
128.2

84.0
74.6
104.1
147.8
176 2
116.2
108 3

129.1
103.1
1003
100.5
127.6

128.7
102.7
97 1
101.1
127.7

129.0
107.4
94.7
102.5
128.8

110.4 110,2 109.5 109.4
140.9 H9.9 139.8 138.0
112,6 113.3 113.6 111.8
82,9
73.6
104 8
146.5
176 8
114.3
104 6

81.3
71.0
104 8
146.6
1784
113.4
103 1

80.9
71.1
105 4
145.8
178 9
1160
107 5

78.4
68.9
105.9
144.6
1802
117.8
109 5

119.6 120.8 120.2 123.4 121.6 123.4 126.0 126.9 127.5 127.3 127,5 129.0
1303 132.6 135 3 135 8 135 1 1380 139 4 139 8 140 2 138 6 H8 6 138 9
98.7 99.6 96.8 98.3 98.8 96.4 99 7 97.8 95.9 98,6 98 6 97.2

4.17 117.3 113.8

116.8 117.2 117.7 118.0 116.1 116.8

116.2 116.8 118.7 117.5

Gross value (billions of 1972 dollars, annual rates)

O

35 Products, total
36 Final . , . ,
.
37 Consumer goods . ,
38 Equipment
39 Intermediate . . . ,

132



,

596.0 725.6 731.0

738.8 740.1 743.8 749.5 748.1

OOOO

MAJOR MARKET

472,7
309.2
163.5
123.3

589.2
358.7
230.8
149.5

577.6
352.6
225.2
147.8

582.7
355.5
227.4
148.1

590.5
361.0
229.7
149.5

592.6
358.0
234.9
151.0

596.7
357.7
239,4
152.7

593,7
355.0
239.1
154.3

752.4 749.2 753.7 759.2 756.5
598.0
354.1
244.3
154.3

596.8
352.5
244.8
152.3

600.4
355.5
245.4
153.2

605.2
359.0
246.7
154.0

601.8
360.0
242.3
154.6

48. Housing and construction, 1984
Monthly figures are at seasonally adjusted annual rates except as noted
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Item
Private residential real estate activity (thousands of units)
NEW UNITS
1 Permits authorized
2 1-family
3 2-or-more-family ,

1,871
1,050
821

1,969
1,149
820

1,765
1,004
761

1,802
983
819

1,774
943
831

1,819
941
878

1,590
849
741

1,508
835
673

1,481
865
616

1,436
817
619

1,613
838
775

1,627
852
775

4 Started
5 1-family
6 2-or-more-family

1,933
1,256
677

2,208
1,440
768

1,700
1,076
624

1,949
1,163
786

1,787
1,118
669

1,837
1,077
760

1,730
996
734

1,590
962
628

1,669
1,009
660

1,564
979
585

1,600
1,043
557

1,630
1,112
518

7 Under construction, end of
period1
8 1-family
9 2-or-more-family

1,035
554
480

1,034
557
478

1,066
571
496

1,087
579
508

1,090
585
505

1,098
587
511

1,100
582
518

1,091
574
517

1,088
568
520

1,081
571
510

1,077
574
503

1,073
579
495

1,605
1,024
581

1,582
1,034
548

1,603
1,032
571

1,661
996
665

1,731
1,072
659

1,718
1,045
673

1,699
1,062
637

1,681
1,035
646

1,657
1,040
617

1,614
972
642

1,587
1,001
586

1,635
985
650

13 Mobile homes shipped

311

296

290

287

295

298

301

302

282

302

291

282

Merchant builder activity in
1-family units
14 Number sold
15 Number for sale, end of
period1

671

700

677

645

617

636

615

557

670

652

596

604

303

303

320

327

332

338

340

343

343

346

349

356

79.2

78.4

79.6

81.4

80.5

80.7

82.0

81.3

80.1

82.5

78.3

92.2

94.4

97.7

96.2

101.9

98.8

97.1

96.9

101.3

95.7

101.4

96.3

2,890

2,900

2,960

3,030

2,970

2,920

2,790

2,770

2,730

2,740

2,830

2,870

70.7
84.2

71.4
84.5

71.8
84.8

72,1
85.7

72.7
85.9

73.4
87.2

74.2
87.9

73.5
87.6

71.9
85.4

71.9
86.2

71.9
85.1

72.1
85.9

10 Completed
11 1-family
12 2-or-rnore-family

2

Price (thousands of dollars)
Median
Units sold
Average
17 Units sold
16

76.2

EXISTING UNITS (1-family)
18 Number sold
Price of units sold (thousands
of dollars)2
19 Median
20 Average

Value of new construction (millions of dollars)3
CONSTRUCTION
21 Total put in place .

280,897 300,355 309,744 308,596 316,398 315,279 314,223 318,031 318,685 312,849 308,111 307,579

22 Private
23 Residential
24 Nortresidential, total
Buildings
25
Industrial
26
Commercial
27
Other
28
Public utilities and other

229,972 248,104 254,958 254,057 261,182 257,789 258,245 261,165 260,871 256,121 251,607 251,283
121,931 137,403 141,087 136,577 138,401 136,418 137,818 138,926 137,106 131,143 125,906 122,727
108,041 110,701 113,871 117,480 122,781 121,371 120,427 122,239 123,765 124,978 125,701 128,556

29 Public
30 Military
31 Highway
32 Conservation and
development .
33 Other




12,872
41,057
12,742
41,370

13,969
42,078
12,999
41,655

14,363
45,279
13,190
41,039

13,633
47,352
13,271
43,224

15,170
49,718
13,821
44,072

14,065
48,947
13,327
45,032

13,784
48,436
12,744
45,463

14,613
49,496
12,059
46,071

14,917
50,861
12,079
45,908

14,867
53,509
12,111
44,491

15,287
54,579
11,975
43,860

15,353
56,661
12,396
44,146

50,925 52,251 54,786 54,539 55,216 57,490 55,979 56,866 57,814 56,729 56,504 56,296
3,508 2,890 3,082 2,974
2,608 2,474 2,872 2,827 2,649 2,703 2,345 2,851
14,240 14,993 16,205 16,781 16,949 16,824 17,136 17,322 17,209 16,794 17,458 17,588
4,319
4,608 4,531 4,518 4,356 4,492 4,520 4,520 4,890 4,591 5,073 4,555
29,758 30,176 31,178 30,413 31,262 33,471 31,978 32,173 32,207 32,454 30,891 31,179

133

49. Consumer and producer prices, 1984
Percentage changes based on seasonally adjusted data, except as noted
3 months (at annual rate) to

12 months to
Item

1983
Dec.

1984
Dec.

Q2

Ql

j

Q3

j

i

Q4

1

Index
level
(19671 =
100)

CONSUMER PRICE 2
3.8

4.0

5.4

3.2

4.5

3.0

315.5

2.6
-.5

3.8
.2

8.4
1.2

-.5
.3

3,9
.1

3,7
-.7

305.1
418.9

4.9
5.0
4,8

4.7
3.1
5.6

5.1
3.8
6.0

4.8
3.9
5.2

5.3
3.8
6.2

3,5
.9
5.0

307.3
256.7
365.0

.6
2.3
-9.2
1.9
1.9

1.8
3.8
-4.1
2.2
2,1

-.4
-7.5
5.0
.8
2.2

.0
4.5
-19.7
2.5
2.3

1.8
4.5
5.7
.0
.0

292.4
274,4
736.4
248.0
296.4

1.4
3.0

1.7
2.0

4,2
4.1

2,7
2.0

-1.1
.9

1.1
1.3

325.5
304.6

8.0
-4.6
15.5

-.9
-1.0
-3.4

8.9
-1.6
.9

-19.2
4.0
14.3

-1.7
1.0
-15,3

12.0
-7.0
-10.7

253.7
775.4
253.9

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 materials3
13 Excluding energy
14
15
16

Crude materials
Foods
Energy
....
Other

6.1
15.2
-5.2 *
5.6
3.9

1 month to

Jan,
CONSUMER PRICE

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 materials3
13 Excluding energy

134



Apr,

Mar.

May

June

July

Au g.

Sept. j Oct.

Nov. j_ Dec.

2

.6

.3

.4

.2

.2

.3

.4

.4

.3

.2

.3

.7
.1

.0
.2

-.1
.8

-.2
-.3

.2
-.4

.4
-.4

.5
-.1

.1
.5

.3
-.1

,2
.1

.4
-.2

.5
.3
.7

,

.4

1.4
.0

1 All items

Crude materials
14 . Foods
15 Energy
16 Other

Feb.

.3
,2
.4

.4
.4
.4

.5
.5
.5

.3
.3
.4

.3
.2
.4

.4
,2
.6

.4
.4
.5

.4
.4
.4

.3
.1
.5

,2
.0
.4

.3
.2
A

.7
2.4
-1.0
.4
,3

.3
.2
.8
.2
.4

.5
1.0
-1.1
,8
.3

.0
-1.1
2.1
-.2
.6

-.1
-.8
.2
.2
-.2

.0
.0
-1.0
.2
.1

.2
1.5
-2.2
,2
.2

-.2
-.3
-2.3
.2
.2

.0
-.1
-1.0
.2
.2

.0
.1
1.6
-.5
-.2

.3
.4
,4
.3
.2

.2
.6
-.6
.2
.0

.2
.2

.3
.2

.5
,5

.2
.2

.3
.1

.2
.2

-.1
.1

-.1
.2

-.1
-.1

.1
.1

.2
.3

-.1
.0

1.6
.3
-1.1

-3.0
.1
-1.3

3.7
-.8
2.6

-1.7
.4
2.1

-2.2
,4
1.0

-1.4
.2
.3

.9
.4
-1.7

-1.8
.6
-2.6

.5
-.7
.3

-.8
-.3
-2.0

3.4
-.9
-.5

.3
-.6
-.4

50. Gross national product and income, 1984
Billions of current dollars except as noted; quarterly data are at seasonally adjusted annual rates
Year

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

..

3,662.8

3,553.3

3,644.7

3,694.6

3,758.7

..

2 341.8
318.8
856.9
1,166.1

2 276 5
310.9
841.3
1,124.4

2 332.7
320.7
858.3
1,153.7

2 361 4
317.2
861.4
1,182.8

2,396 5
326.3
866.5
1,203.8

637.8
579.6
425.7
150.4
275 3
153.9
148.8

623.8
5500
398.8
142.2
2567
151.2
146.4

627.0
576.4
420.8
150.0
270.7
155.6
150.5

662.8
591 0
435.7
151.4
2842
155.3
150,1

637.8
601 1
447,7
157.9
289 7
153.5
148,3

58.2
49 6

73.8
60 6

50.6
47 0

71.8
63 7

36.6
27 2

-642
364.3
428.5

-51 5
358 9
410.4

-58 7
362.4
421.1

-906
368.6
459,3

-560
367 2
423.2

747.4
295 4
452.0

704.4
267 6
436.8

743.7
2964
447 .4

761.0
3020
458.9

780.5
315 7
464.8

3 604 6
1,542.9
655.7
887.3
1,763.3
356,5

34795
1,498.0
632.3
865.7
1,713.7
341.6

3 594 1
1,544.8
647.9
896.9
1,742,6
357.2

3 622 8
1,549.1
654.7
894.4
1,783.3
362.1

3,722 1
1,579.8
687.7
892.1
1,813.7
365.2

58.2
30.4
27.8

73 8
34.9
38.9

50.6
18.2
32.4

71.8
41.7
30.1

36.6
26.7
9.9

1,639.3

1,610.9

1,638.8

1,645.2

1,662.4

31 Total

2,959.9

2,873.5

2,944.8

2,984.9

3,036.3

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

2 173 2
1,804.1
349 8
1,454.2
3690
173 5
195 5

2 113 4
1 755.9
3429
1,4J3.0
3574
169 4
188 1

2 159.2
1,793.3
347 5
1,445.8
365.9
172 4
193 5

2 191 9
1,819.1
352 0
1,467.1
372.8
174 7
198 1

2,228 1
1,848.2
357 2
1,490.9
380.0
177 5
202 5

154 4
126 2
28 2

154 9
122 5
32 5

153 7
1264
27 3

159 1
129 7
29 4

Account
GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT
1 Total
2
3
4
5

.

By source
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services . , . . . ,

6 Gross private domestic investment
7 Fixed investment
8
Nonresidential
. ..
9
Structures
10
Producers' durable equipment
11
Residential structures . . . .
12
Nonfarm
13 Change in business inventories
14 Nonfarm
15 Net exports of goods and services
16 Exports
17 Imports

..
...
..
,

.

..

..

1 8 Government purchases of goods and services
19 Federal
20 State and local
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* income
40 Business and professional1
41 Farm1
42 Rental income of persons^

..

.

43 Corporate profits' 3
44 Profits before tax
45 Inventory valuation adjustment
46 Capital consumption adjustment
47 Net interest




..
..

,. .
.

149,8
126 3
23 4

62 5

61 0

62.0

63 0

64 1

285.7
235.7
-5 7
55 7
284 1

277.4
243 3
-13 5
47 6
266 8

291.1
246.0
-7.3
52 3
282 8

282.8
224,8
-02
58 3
293 5

291,6
228 7
-1 6
64 5
293 4

135

51. Personal income and saving, 1984
Billions of current dollars; quarterly data are at seasonally adjusted annual rates. Exceptions noted

Ql

Q2

Q3

3,012.1

2,920.5

2,984.6

3,047.3

3,096.2

1,804.0
569 3
433.9
4320
452 9
349 8

1,755.7
555 9
424.6
419 2
437 9
342 8

1,793.1
567 0
432.2
429 5
449 3
347,3

1,819.5
573.3
436.4
436.4
457,3
352.4

1,H47.6
580.9
442.4
443.1
4669
356.7

195 5
154.4
1262
28.2
62 5
77.7
433 7
416.7
237 3

188 1
154.9
122 5
32.5
61 0
75,0
403 9
411 3
232 1

193 5
149.8
1263
23.4
62 0
77.2
425 6
415.2
235 2

198.1
153.7
126.4
27.3
63.0
78.5
449 3
418.6
2382

202.5
159.1
129 7
29.4
64.1
80.2
456 1
421.8
243 5

Year

Account

1

1

Q4

PERSONAL INCOME AND SAVING
1 Total personal income. . . .
2 Wage and salary disbursements
3 Commodity-producing industries
4
Manufacturing
5 Distributive industries
6 Service industries
7 Government and government enterprises

..

.......

8 Other labor income . . . .
9 Proprietors' income1
10 Business and professional1
1 1 Farm1 .
12 Rental income of persons2
...
.
. . . .
13 Dividends
14 Personal interest income
,. .
15 Transfer payments
16 Old-age survivors disability and health insurance benefits
17

132.5

129.6

131.8

133.4

135.2

3,012.1

LESS' Personal contributions for social insurance

18 EQUALS: Personal income

2,920.5

2,984.6

3,047.3

3,096.2

435.3

418,3

430.3

440.9

451.7

20 KQUALS- Disposable personal income

2 576 8

2 502 2

2 5543

2 606.4

2 644 5

21

LESS- Personal outlays

2 420 7

2 349 6

2 4095

2442 3

2 481 5

22 EQUAI<S' Personal saving

156 1

152 5

144 8

164 1

163 0

6,926.1
4488 7
4,939.0
61

6 8294
4426 5
4 865 0
61

6,933.2
4502 3
4,930.0
57

6,943,2
4,498 4
4,965.0
63

6,998.3
4527 1
4,996.0
62

19

LESS: Personal tax and nontax payments

MEMO: Per capita (1972 dollars)
23 Gross national product
24 Personal consumption expenditures . .
25 Disposable personal income
26 Saving rate (percent)
GROSS SAVING
2 7 Gross saving . . .
28
29
30
31

...

Capital consumption allowances
32 Corporate
33 Noncorporate
34 Wage accruals less disbursements

, ., .

35 Government surplus, or deficit (-), national income
and product accounts
36 Federal
37 State and local
38 Capital grants received by the United States net

136




543.9

551.0

556.4

556.0

674 8
156.1
115 4
-5 7

651 3
152,5
1070
-13 5

6602
144.8
115 3
-7 3

6894
164.1
118.4
-2

698 2
163.0
120 8
-1 6

239 9
151 8

244 .1
1560

248.1
158.8

o

252.8
161 5
0

-122 9
-175 8
52 9

-107 4
-161 3
53 9

-109 2
-163 7
54 5

-133 0
-180.6
47.6

-142 2
-197.8
55.6

o

0

o

0

0

o

o

o

544.4

..

546.1

542.0

543.4

637 8
-93 4

39 Gross investments
40 Gross private domestic . . . .
41 Net foreign
42 Statistical discrepancy . .

551.8

246.2
157 0

Gross private saving
....
Personal saving
Undistributed corporate profits'
Corporate inventory valuation adjustment

623 8
-77 7

627 0
-85 0

662.8
-119 4

637 8
-91 6

-7.4

2.2

-9.0

-13.0

-9.9

546.1

52. Summary of U.S. international transactions
Millions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted except as noted1

1984

1983
Item
1 Balance on current account
2 Not seasonally adjusted
3
4
5
6
7
8

Merchandise trade balance
Merchandise exports
Merchandise imports
Military transactions, net ... .
Investment income net3
Other service transactions, net

9

Remittances, pensions,
and other transfers . . .
U.S. government grants
(excluding military) . . .

10

Change in government assets
other than official reserve
assets, net (increase, —)
12 Change in official reserve
assets (increase, — )
n Gold . . . . .
Special drawing rights
14
15

16

Reserve position in International
Monetary Fund
Foreign currencies

17 Change in U.S. private assets
18
19
20

21

abroad (increase — )
Bank-reported claims
Nonbank-reported claims
U.S. purchases of foreign
securities net
....
U.S. direct investments
abroad net

22 Change in foreign official assets in
the United States (increase, +)
23 U.S. Treasury securities
24 Other US. government
obligations
25 Other U.S. government
liabilities4

26
27

Other U.S. liabilities reported
by U S banks
Other foreign official assets5 . . . .

28 Change in foreign private assets3 in
United States (increase, +) . .
29 U.S. bank-reported liabilities . . . .
30 U.S. nonbank-reported liabilities .
31 Foreign private purchases of U.S.
Treasury securities, net
32 Foreign purchases of other
U.S. securities, net
33 Foreign direct investments
in United States net3 . . . .

W Allocations of SDRs
Discrepancy
^ Owing to seasonal adjustments .
36
37 Statistical discrepancy in
recorded data before
seasonal adjustment




1984

1983

Qi

-40,790-101,532

Q3

Q2

-3,060
-2,851

Q4

Qi

Q4

Q3

Q2

-9,038 -11,295 -17,394 -19,064 -24,493 -32,500 -25,477
-8,547 -14,270 -15,123 -18,395 -24,654 -35,724 -22,759

-62,012-108,281 -9,62\ -14,754 -17,230 -20,407 -25,569 -25,649 -32,507 -24,557
53,753 54,677 55,530 56,355
200,745 220,316 49,227 48,862 50,399 52,257
-262,757-328,597 -58,848 -63,616 -67,629 -72,664 -79,322 -80,326 -88,037 -80,912
-250
-163 -1,765
-71
-669
-593
-575
703
-126
-346
8,234
3,618
4,003
5,652
7,397
3,256
25,401
19,109
6,316
6,039
363
4,837
819
1,812
868
829
-123
-253
1,346
809
-2,566

-2,891

-595

-630

-660

-680

-732

-710

-669

-782

-6,287

-8,522

-1,011

-1,245

-1,544

-2,486

-1,480

-1,522

-2,207

-3,313

-5,006

-5,516

-1,135

-1,263

-1,171

-1,436

-2,059

-1,353

-1,369

-734

-1,196

o

-3,130

o

-787

o

-953

o

-657

o

-565

o

-799

-979

-98

16
0
-303

529

-66

-209

545

-226

-288

-271

-1,109
0
-194

-4434
3 304

-995
-1,156

-2 139
1,450

-212

-88

-200
-231

-321

-331
-197

-143
-112

o

-48 842 -11 800 -24 205
-29,928 -8,504 -20,303
-6,513
6,266 -2,776

-7007

531
119

3,518
-230

826

-1 996

498

-9 172 -15 587
-3,616 -9,527
-233 -3,274

-1 608 -2 872 -1 368 -1 160

44

-2260 -17 070
-1,110 -20,186
1,908
1,289

o

20532 -13 003
17,725 -4,933
970
2,099

673

-756

-1 313

-5 394 ' -4 503

482

-297

-3 955 -1 626 -3 112

1 964

2021

-5 377

3,424
4,690

-161
3,012

1,706
1,995

-2,666
-611

6,916
2,576

-224
-274

-686
-575

7,119
5,814

-476

167

-371

-170

-362

427

3

146

85

-67

552

453

-527

476

124

479

233

555

-139

-197

663

3,560
-126

-2 147
-600

430

-979

-487

2052
-483

5,795
6,972

545

-5 059

231

-2,786
-275

328

-3 663

-1,798

-2,549

-1 893
-382

-826

-1 353
-464

78,527
49,341
-118

93,895
31,674
4,284

15,319
10,384
-2,763

13,902
4,141
-64

22,205
13,665
1,311

27,101
21,151
1,398

22,063
11,348
4,520

41,816
20,970
4,566

3,825
-5,125
-2,939

26,191
4,481
-1,863

8,721

22,440

2,921

3,124

1,016

1,660

1,396

6,485

5,058

9,501

8636

12,983

2 988

2 604

1 888

1 156

1 494

506

1 603

9 380

11 947

22 514

1 789

4097

4 325

1 736

3 305

9 289

5 228

4 692

0

o

o

o

o

o

o

o

o

o

11 513

24,660

14029
-733

-5,442

1 570
-2 867

1 353
3 524

4763
-422

1 889 10997
-606 -3 170

7 013
-4 200

11 513

24660

14 762

-5 515

4437

-2 171

5 185

2 495

14 167

11 213

73

137

52, Summary of U.S. international transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted except as noted1

1983

Item

38
39
40
41

1983

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
lines 4, 6, and 10)

1984

-1,196

-3,131

5,243

Ql

Q2

-787

2,971

366

1984
Q3

16

Q4

529

Ql

-953

|~ Q2

j

Q3

I

Q4

-566

-799

-1,110

6,437

1,230 -2,790

-657
-3,019

-779

-547

7,316

-8,283

-4,143

-1,347

-3,409

-2,095

-1,432

-2,405

-2,097

-453

812

194

190

35

28

49

81

41

44

45

61

53. U.S. foreign trade, 19841
Millions of dollars; monthly data are seasonally adjusted
Item
1 Exports of
domestic
and foreign
merchandise
excluding
grant-aid
shipments.,.
2 General imports
including
merchandise
for
immediate
consumption
plus entries
into bonded
warehouses .
3 TVade balance..

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept. | Oct.

Nov. I Dec.

17,889

17,208

17,906

17,520

17,978

17,705

19,154

18,123

18,210

18,411

18,395

19,142

325,726 26,205

26,420

26,948

28,074

26,012

25,276

31,334

26,866

28,409

26,783

27,331

25,933

Year

217,865

Jan.

-107,861 -8,316 -9,212 -9,043-10,553 -8,034 -7,571-12,180 -8,743-10,199 -8,372 -8,937 -6,791

54. U.S. reserve assets, 1984
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

33,887

34,820

34,975

34,585

34,713

34,547

11 120
5050
11,422
6,295

11 116
5 320
11,707
6,677

11,111
5 341
11,706
6,817

11,107
5,266
11,618
6,594

11,104
5,513
11,666
6,430

11,100
5,459
11,659
6,329

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oc,

Nov.

1 Total . . .

34,392

34,760

34,306

34,570

34,727

34,934

2
3
4
5

11 099
5,453
11,735
6 105

11 098
5,652
11,820
6 190

11 097
5,554
11,619
6036

11 096
5,539
11,618
6,317

11 096
5,693
11,675
6,263

11 096
5,641
11,541
6656

Type
1 Tbtal
2
3
4
5

Gold stock1
Special drawing rights 2 ' 3 . .
...
Reserve position in International Monetary Fund2'4 . . . .
Convertible foreign currencies5

Gold stock'
Special drawing rights2'3
Reserve position in International Monetary Fund2'4
Convertible foreign currencies5 . .
.

138



|

May

[

1

June

Dec.

55. Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions
A. By type
Millions of dollars, end of period
1983

Item
1

1 Total

Jan.

Mar.

Feb.

Apr.

May

July

June

Aug.

175,341 173,059 173,086 173,442 174,308 174,306 175 626 173 025

2 Liabilities reported by banks in the3 United States2
3 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4 Marketable 4
5 Nonmarketable
6 U.S. securities other than U.S. Treasury securities5

24 172
50,432

21-733 23 096 22 859
49,854 47,917 48,399

23 293 23 326
49 281 49 118

67 770 69,322 70289 70630 70666 71 072
8 750 7 950 7 950 7 950 7 950 7 950
24 218 24099 23 834 23 604 23 119 22 838

1

1 Total

Nov.

Oct.

22 510
50965

70 178 69250
7 950 7 950
22 585 22 349

1984

19 83

Sept.

21 430
53 484

Jan.

Dec.

Feb.

Mar

Apr.

171,515 173,207 173,859 177,951 176 248 176,847 174,933 175,508

2 Liabilities reported by banks in the3 United States2
3 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
US, Treasury bonds and notes
4 Marketable 4
5 Nonmarketable
6 U.S. securities other than U.S. Treasury securities5

21 974
50,374

22 057
51,618

22 816
52 558

25 534
54 341

22 792
55 327

23 195
56084

23 388
53 681

23 999
53 171

69,205 69709 68 950 68 514 69 059 69064 69 550 70 169
7 950 7 950 7 250 7 250 7 250 6 600 6 600 6 600
22,011 21 873 22,286 22 311 21 820 21 904 21 715 21 569
1984
May

1 Total1 . ,

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Nov.

Oct.

Dec.

172,101 174,130 174,634 177,385 173,583 176,258 178,468 180,640

2 Liabilities reported by banks in the3 United States2
3 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4 Marketable 4
5 Nonmarketable
6 U.S. securities other than U.S. Treasury securities5

23,244
51,035

23,716
53,977

25,944
51,974

69,851 68,955 69,133
6 600 6 600 6600
21,371 20,882 20,984

26,422
54022

24,146
54 627

26,934
55 780

25,986
59,570

26,197
59,976

70,498 68,530 67 678 67 076 68,995
5 800 5 800 5 800 5 800 5 800
20,641 20480 20,066 20036 19,672

B. By area
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 83

Item
1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

Western Europe1
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
Other countries2

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

62,127 61,627 61,168 61,635 62,636 63,238 65,955 64,195
2 406 2 718 2 874 2 645
2 739 2 816 2 869 2 751
7,161
6,173
5,619
6,291
5 918 6501 5429 5 698
95 860 96218 97 352 95 893 96070 95 182 94 849 93,625
1 716 1 327 1 162 1 208 1 203 1 075 1 138 1 173
6 071 4 951 4 910 5 771 5 742 5 494 5 387 5 583

Sept.

2
3
4
5
6
7

Western Europe1
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
Other countries2

Aug.

175,341 173,059 173,086 173,442 174,308 174,306 175,626 173,025

1983

1 Total

July

Oct.

1984

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

171,515 173,207 173,859 177 951 176,248 176 847 174,933 175,654
63474 64438 65,200 67 195 65 730 67,444 67,271 69,496
2 707 2 811 2 665 2438 2 511 2 329
1 944 1 557
5 503 5 630 6 468 6 248 6443 7 605 6464 7 464
91 907 93 026 92 666 91 036 91 080 89 025
93 219 92 755
1,062
1,196
1,024
798
958
1 056 1,067
1,038
7 841 7 366 7 136 6,904
5 417 6 550 6 821 8085
19 84
May

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6
7

Western Europe1
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa
Other countries3




June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

172,101 174,130 174,634 177,385 173,583 176,258 178,468 180,640
69 600 69 744 68,363 70014 67,706 68,296 70,510 69,756
1 248
994
1 251 1 435
1 069 1 321 1 466 1,528
7 029 6 997
6475
8 174 7 067
8 141 8 904 8 645
86 975 88 880 90 880 90 917 90 852 91 916 90 115 93 951
896
1 179 1 007
837
981
1 423 1 290
970
6 624 6476 6 172 6 008 5 993 5 603 6050 5 470

139

56. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States
A. By holder and type of liability
Millions of dollars, end of period

1983
Item

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

I

June

July

Aug.

317,852 324,592 327,446 335,239

1 All foreigners

305,781 306,296 318,445 309,328

2 Banks' own liabilities
3 Demand deposits ..
4 Time 2
deposits1
5 Other
6 Own foreign offices3

2 0 9 6 221,847 237,232 227,302 234,674 240,954 240,126 249,059
2,0
15,898 17,410 16,372 15,504 16,804 17,181 15,588 15,683
66,853 68,093 71,678 70,570 73,744 76,746 76,186 78,773
21,149 18,512 23,430 20,062 21,340 23,318 20,590 23,207
117,006 117,833 125,752 121,166 122,786 123,709 127,763 131,396

Banks* custody liabilities4
U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments
10 Other
11 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations7

84,875
62,157

8,4
449
61,925

81,213
58,771

82,027
60,109

83,178
60,506

83,638
61,338

87,320
65,237

86,180
63,939

19,491
3,227

19,286
3,238

18,855
3,588

18,803
3,114

19,109
3,562

18,613
3,687

17,986
4,097

17,987
4,253

6,135

5,079

6,273

5,803

5,686

5,678

5,555

2,898
252
2,087
559

3,467
267
2,511
690

3,278
165
2,483
630

4,030
307
3,010
713

3,433
325
2,507
601

6,790

12 Banks' own liabilities
13 Demand deposits ..
14 Time deposits1
15 Other2

1,965
284
1,512
170

1,860
195
1,532
134

2,433
221
1,148
1,064

16 Banks' custody liabilities4
17 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
18 Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments
19 Other

4,824
3,603

4,275
3,153

2,645
1,501

3,375
2,230

2,335
1,280

2,408
1,538

1,648
678

2,121
1,294

1,221
0

1,122
0

1,144
0

1,145
0

1,055
0

870
0

970
0

828
0

20 Official institutions8

74,604

71,688

71,013

71,258

72,574

7,4
245

74,914

7,7
346

21 Banks' own liabilities
22 Demand deposits ..
23 Time 2
deposits'
24 Other

16,546
2,069
4,959
9,517

14,796
2,063
5,496
7,237

16,474
2,181
5,331
8,963

16,181
2,217
5,994
7,970

16,547
1,944
6,099
8,505

16,428
2,060
6,013
8,355

15,262
1,774
6,162
7,326

16,275
1,685
5,997
8,594

25 Banks' custody liabilities4
26 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
27 Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments6
28 Other

58,059
50,432

56,891
49,954

54,539
47,917

55,077
48,399

56,026
49,281

56,017
49,118

59,652
53,484

57,201
50,965

7,591
35

694
,0
33

6,597
25

6,663
15

6,724
22

6,881
17

6,139
29

6,196
39

29 Banks9

179,456 182,211 194,059 183,759

30 Banks' own liabilities
31 Unaffiliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits
33
Time 2deposits1
Other . . . . . .
34

162,633 164,203 175,683 165,307 170,171 176,096 175,60* 183,161
45,627 46,371 49,931 44,141 47,384 52,387 47,841
51,766
9,134
8,264
8,154
8,065
7,601
8,309
8,807
9,628
26,685 26,376 29,087 25,723 27,014 29,441
27,870 30,102
10,787 10,367 12,580 10,817 11,563 13,812 11,905 13,355

35

Own foreign offices3

117,006
4

117,833 125,752

189,586 195,557 195,732 203,615

121,166 122,786

123,709

127,763 131,396

36 Banks' custody liabilities
37 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
38 Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments6
39 Other

16,823
6,292

18,007
6,790

18,376
7,121

18,452
7,474

19,416
7,822

19,461
8,402

20,128
8,608

20,454
9,028

7,702
2,829

8,345
2,872

8,265
2,990

8,041
2,937

8,315
3,280

7,771
3,289

7,821
3,699

7,581
3,845

40 Other foreigners

,..

44,931

46,263

48,294

48,038

49,889

50,903

51,122

52,593

41 Banks' own liabilities
42 Demand deposits ..
43
Time deposits
44 Other2 . . . .

39,762
5,391
33,697
674

40,987
5,524
34,689
774

42,642
5,706
36,112
824

42,916
5,435
36,766
715

44,489
5,786
38,121
582

45,151
5,821
38,808
522

45,231
5,441
39,144
646

46,189
5,365
40,167
658

5,169
1,830

5,276
2,028

5,653
2,231

5,122
206
,0

5,400
2,123

5,752
2,279

5,891
2,466

6,404
2,652

2,976
363

2,915
333

2,849
573

2,954
162

3,016
261

3,091
381

3,055
369

3,383
369

13,507

11,692

11,408

11,584

11,477

11,470

10,941

10,730

45 Banks' custody liabilities4
46 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
47 Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments
48 Other
49 MEMO: Negotiable time certificates of deposit held
in custody for foreigners

140



56. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United StatesContinued
A. By holder and type of liability—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1984

1983

Item

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

Sept.

Oct.

1 All foreigners

339,532

339,056

352,153 369,607

2 Banks' own liabilities .
3 Demand deposits . . .
4 Time 2
deposits1
5 Other .
6 Own foreign offices

253,500
16,324
82,280
23,934
130,961

250,891
17,115
81,527
21,789
130,460

262,998
17,205
85,636
21,917

86,032
6,6
402

88,165
65,735

89,156
6,4
676

90,520
68,669

93,970
71,083

9,0
707
74,277

92,199
69,666

93,321
69,893

17,302
4,669

17,182
5,247

17,721
4,689

17,467
4,385

17,990
4,897

17,802
4,929

18,027
4,506

18,656
4,771

11 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations7

5,308

4,619

6,363

5,957

4,759

6,831

6,243

6,356

12 Banks' own liabilities
13 Demand deposits
14 Time deposits
15 Other2

3,024
252
2,168
605

3,294
452
2,487
355

4,939
437
409
,7
423

4,632
297
3,584
750

2,867
271
2,235
361

2,317
347
1,611
360

4,047
414
2,656
977

3,528
194
2,468
866

16 Banks' custody liabilities4
17 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
18 Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments
19 Other

2,284
1,442

1,325
441

1,424
484

1,325
463

1,892
1,045

4,514
3,416

2,196
1,224

2,827
1,759

842
0

884
0

939
0

862
0

847
0

1,098
0

971
0

1,068
0

20 Official institutions8

7,4
239

73,675

75,374

7,7
986

78,119

79,279

77,068

77,170

21 Banks' own liabilities
22 Demand deposits ..
23 Time deposits1
24 Other2

16,197
1,886
6,230
8,081

16,532
1,818
6,661
8,053

16,673
2,023
6,728
7,921

19,427
1,837
7,318
10,272

16,488
1,753
7,280
7,454

17,512
1,663
7,636
8,213

17,120
1,938
6,727
8,455

17,534
1,761
7,483
8,290

25 Banks' custody liabilities4
26 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
27 Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments6
28 Other

56,152
50,374

57,144
51,618

58,701
52,558

6,4
048
54,341

61,631
55,327

61,767
56,084

59,948
53,681

59,636
53,171

5,745
32

5,489
36

6,115
28

6,082
25

6,257
47

5,623
60

629
,4
19

6,287
178

7 Banks' custody liabilities4
8 US. Treasury bills and certificates5
9 Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments
10 Other

Nov.

Dec.

360,104

370,221 379,207

381,914

279,087 266,133 273,214 287,008 288,593
17,470 16,124 16,635 17,389 17,163
90,632 88,426 91,841 97,331 96,946
25,874 22,739 23,570 23,992 24,259
138,239 145,111 138,845 141,168 148,296 150,225

29 Banks9

207,799 205,564 214,718 226,887 219,458 224,259 235,373 236,140

30 Banks' own liabilities
31 Unaffiliated foreign banks ,
32
Demand deposits
33
Time 2
deposits1
34
Other

186,731 183,623
55,770 53,162
8,616
9,111
32,505 31,318
14,649 12,733

35

Own foreign offices3

36 Banks' custody liabilities4
37 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
38 Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments
39 Other

130,961
21,069
940
,4
7,553
4,075

193,284 205,347
55,045 60,236
8,770
8,759
33,521 37,439
12,754 14,038

196,884 201,744 212,992 213,667
58,040 60,576 64,696 63S441
8,784
8,260
8,172
8,388
35,669 38,074 42,637 40,257
14,113
13,800 14,400
14,199

130,460 138,239

145,111

138,845

21,941
10,036

21,434
997
,6

21,540
10,178

22,573
10,776

141,168 148,296 150,225
22,516
10,756

22,381
10,760

22,473
10,795

7,542
4,363

7,251
4,216

7,485
3,877

7,402
4,396

7,375
4,385

744
,4
4,177

7,586
4,092

40 Other foreigners . , .

54,075

55,197

55,699

56,887

57,768

59,851

60,524

62,248

41 Banks' own liabilities
42 Demand deposits ..
43 Time 2deposits1
44 Other

47,547
5,571
41,377
600

47,443
5,734
41,061
648

48,102
5,975
41,308
819

49,680
6,577
42,290
813

49,894
5,927
43,242
724

51,641
6,237
44,520
884

52,849
6,778
45,310
761

53,864
6,423
46,738
703

6,528
2,805

7,755
3,640

7,597
3,737

7,207
3,686

7,874
3,935

8,211
4,021

7,674
4,001

8,384
4,168

3,162
561

3,267
848

3,415
445

3,038
483

3,484
455

3,705
484

3,363
311

3,716
501

10,346

9,995

10,385

10,346

10,246

9,355

9,643

10,083

45 Banks' custody liabilities4
46 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
47 Other negotiable6 and readily transferable
instruments
48 Other
49 MEMO: Negotiable time certificates of deposit held
in custody for foreigners




141

56. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United StatesContinued
A. By holder and type of liability—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1984

Item

May

June

1 All foreigners

395,569

2 Banks' own liabilities
3 Demand deposits
4 Time 2
deposits'
5 Other
6 Own foreign offices3

303,231
17,181
103,438
23,943
158,670

T

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

398,894

388,894

399,681

406,831

300,028
17,209
111,922
22,170
148,727

290,184 297,857 306,758
19,542
16,490
18,351
109,608 112,218 110,235
23,684 26,332
24,441

July

Aug.

402,469

398,394

396,463

305,715
17,657
105,232
23,404
159,423

302,736
16,355
109,441
25,711
151,229

296,621
16,229
107,558
23,658
149,176

92,338
68,511

96,754
72,272

95,659
71,244

99,842
74,148

98,866
73,160

98,710 101,824
73,295 76,531

18,739
5,088

19,479
5,003

19,358
5,056

20,567
5,127

20,833
4,873

20,281
5,135

19,703
5,590

18,775
5,460

11 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations7

5,316

5,055

5,364

578
,4

6,279

4,801

5,852

4,083

12 Banks' own liabilities
13 Demand deposits ..
14 Time deposits1
15 Other2

2,229
255
1,640
335

2,920
182
2,209
529

2,612
142
2,213
257

1,960
325
1,446
189

3,305
209
2,526
570

2,053
144
1,513
396

2,779
354
2,114
311

1,644
263
1,093
288

16 Banks' custody liabilities4
17 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
18 Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments
19 Other

3,087
2,057

2,135
887

2,752
1,709

3,788
2,722

2,975
1,834

2,748
1,455

3,073
1,448

2,440
916

1,030
0

1,248
0

1,023
20

1,067
0

1,140
0

1,292
0

1,604
21

1,524
0

20 Official institutions8

74,280

77,693

77,918

80,445

7,7
873

82,714

85,556

86,173

21 Banks' own liabilities
22 Demand deposits ..
23 Time 2
deposits1
24 Other

16,899
1,729
7,303
7,868

16,595
1,909
7,517
7,169

18,533
1,875
8,028
8,630

18,263
2,003
800
,6
8,200

16,382
1,969
7,866
6,547

19,247
1,725
8,677
8,846

18,790
2,133
9,457
7,201

19,065
1,823
9,391
7,852

25 Banks' custody liabilities4
26 US. Treasury bills and certificates5
27 Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments6
28 Other

57,380
51,035

61,098
53,977

59,384
51,974

62,181
54,022

62,391
54,627

63,467
55,780

6,6
676
59,570

67,108
59,976

6,307
38

7,030
91

7,356
55

8,149
10

7,746
18

7,626
61

7,010
186

7,038
94

4

7 Banks' custody liabilities
8 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
9 Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments6
10 Other

I Sept.

139,645

143,604 150,650
1004
0,7
75,838

29 Banks9

251,020 253,760 249,540 243,522 246,251 233,555 239,806 248,360

30 Banks' own liabilities
31 Unaffiliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits
33
Time deposits1
34
Other2

227,869 229,092 224,225 218,051 221,359 209,431 216,240 225,512
69,200 6 , 6
9 6 9 72,995 68,875 72,632 69,786 72,635 74,862
8,864
8,464
8,174
7,884
8,389
9,430 10,526
9,100
45,271 45,554 48,670 46,841 49,780 46,770 47,717 47,059
16,151
15,065
15,015
14,150 14,388 14,627 15,488 17,278

35

Own foreign offices3

158,670

159,423

151,229

149,176

36 Banks' custody liabilities4
37 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
38 Other negotiable and readily transferable
instruments6
39 Other

23,150
11,182

24,669
12,852

25,315
13,022

25,471
12,766

24,892
12,234

24,124
11,828

23,566
11,409

22,848
10,927

7,523
4,445

746
,4
4,371

7,867
446
,2

8,172
4,534

8,421
4,236

7,802
444
,9

7,360
4,797

7,156
4,766

40 Other foreigners

64,954

65,961

65,573

66,748

67,591

67,824

68,467

68,215

41 Banks' own liabilities
42 Demand deposits ..
43 Time 2
deposits1
44 Other

56,233
6,333
49,225
675

57,108
6,466
49,951
691

57,366
6,163
50,530
672

58,347
6,017
51,210
1,120

58,983
6,567
51,750
665

59,453
6,232
52,648
573

60,048
6,433
52,930
685

60,537
6,930
52,693
914

8,721
4,238

8,853
4,556

8,207
4,540

8,401
4,639

8,609
4,465

8,372
4,232

8,419
4,103

7,678
4,020

3,879
605

3,756
541

3,111
556

3,180
582

3,525
619

3,560
580

3,730
586

3,058
601

10,591

10,946

10,904

11,415

11,048

10,714

10,437

10,476

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

142



148,727 139,645

143,604 150,650

56. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United StatesContinued
B. By area and country
Millions of dollars, end of period

1983
Area and country
1 Total

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

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
Bra/U
British West Indies .
Chile
Colombia

..................

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

Cuba

Ecuador
Guatemala
Jamaica
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other

June

July

Aug.

298,991 300,161 313,367 303,055 312,049 318,906 321,768 329,684
119,021 116,452 116,691 111,447 116,144 119,256 118,955 123,859
610
513
572
640
556
467
604
576
2,295
2,852
3,116
2,270
2,728
2,808
2,960
2,615
612
1,197
732
616
573
996
765
849
292
280
447
459
473
408
437
369
7,774
6,650
6,774
8,483
6,782
7,098
8,845
8,466
3,433
3,537
5,782
3,437
3,710
6,203
6,471
3,971
567
636
597
670
588
595
648
589
6,644
7,277
7,795
4,519
4,331
5,573
4,939
5,029
3,773
3,970
3,415
3,197
3,550
3,247
3,630
3,706
1,044
1,476
900
1,407
1,061
2,227
1,719
1,565
340
370
430
353
315
398
365
349
1,484
1,694
1,524
1,621
1,615
1,585
1,316
1,640
1,204
1,317
1,407
1,653
1,356
1,493
1,384
1,210
29,004 30,278 30,459 29,427 29,783 29,981 29,979 29,879
315
190
254
231
224
246
248
198
50,358 47,353 47,792 45,067 48,864 50,993 48,095 53,776
504
462
470
504
427
452
491
549
6,564
6,656
6,596
6,275
6,273
6,125
6,066
6,450
45
41
71
31
47
40
44
78
453
451
384
415
365
417
338
330
11,017 13,667 15,230 14,568 16,328 16,369 16,838 17,918
110,997 111,979 120,669 117,926 118,545 122,960 124,448 126,614
4,771
5,042
4,269
4,769
4,794
4,638
4,810
4,839
43,115 45,446 48,835 48,615 49,315 51,282 54,162 51,778
2,042
2,363
1,972
2,849
1,800
1,913
2,080
2,083
3,051
2,709
2,678
2,373
1,805
2,501
2,025
1,813
24,814 24,338 27,921 24,366 23,802 25,048 24,524 27,062
1,385
1,475
1,355
1,347
1,208
1,108
1,341
1,280
1,674
1,618
1,825
2,385
1,719
1,873
1,891
2,336
12
11
13
8
12
10
9
10
532
534
473
601
581
658
500
575
718
697
671
682
705
711
669
679
106
130
103
108
107
134
115
108
949
,6
9,065
8,560
7,769
9,186
8,376
8,132
8,031
3,521
3,436
3,501
3,632
3,450
3,477
3,465
3,763
5,953
5,672
5,669
4,930
5,759
5,773
5,651
4,958
1,129
1,148
1,055
922
1,052
1,005
966
903
963
1,039
961
925
821
865
825
731
7,730
8,214
7,682
8,598
8,650
8,592
7,749
8,639
3,331
3,257
3,405
3,390
3,533
3,293
3,108
3,249
48,280 49,701 52,619 50,275 52,200 52,071 53,127 52,707
187
3,600
5,166
669
1,028
767
17,086
1,147
712
530
11,763
7,620

158
3,765
5,214
719
765
789
17,447
1,459
783
566
12,610
7,926

208
3,744
5,615
669
554
839
17,052
1,326
818
702
11,837
8,705

192
3,913
5,585
606
1,245
676
17,691
1,552
770
537
11,880
8,482

176
4,086
5,632
528
839
823
16,937
1,553
933
531
11,770
8,896

2,876
513
50

975
1,031

2,841
466
49
310
28
1,071
916

32
867
1,057

2,693
467
54
355
59
743
1,014

2,916
554
57
403
55
928
919

2,853
465
48
452
29
934
926

5,241
5,052
190

5,224
4,933
291

5,999
5,804
195

5,956
5,778
178

5,557
5,404
154

5,483
5,250
233

5,733
5,512
221

6,135
5,352
487
296

5,079
4,297
496
285

6,273
5,550
494
229

5,803
5,078
457
267

5,686
4,980
443
263

5,678
4,987
454
237

5,555
4,861
441
252

220
3,194
4,542
514
1,163
614
15,836
1,473
680
489
12,337
7,218

196
3,530
5,050
962
621
515
16,613
1,458
787
529
11,705
7,735

208
3,549
5,732
521
861
990
17,072
1,418
718

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries4
Other

3,362
523
54
281
25
1,603
877

3,121
432
53
333
31
1,333
940

2,933
540
59
295

Other countries
Australia
All other

6,314
6,080
235
6,790
5,948
527
316

67 Nonmonetary international and regional organizations
68 International5
J-atin American regional
Other regional6




May

305,781 306,296 318,445 309,328 317,852 324,592 327,446 335,239

2 Foreign countries
3 Europe
4
Austria
5
Belgium-Luxembourg .
6
Denmark
7
Finland
8
France
9
Germany
10
Greece
11
Italy
12
Netherlands
13
Norway
14
Portugal
15
Spain
16
Sweden
17
Switzerland
18
Turkey
19
United Kingdom
20
Yugoslavia
21
Other Western Europe1
22
U.S.vS.R
23
Other Eastern Europe2 ,

69
70

Jan.

488

13,163
7,899

33

358

143

56. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United StatesContinued
B. By area and country—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1984

1983
Area and country

1 Total
2 Foreign countries
3 Europe
4
Austria
Belgium-Luxembourg .
5
Denmark
6
7
Finland
France
8
Germany
9
Greece
10
11
Italy
12
Netherlands
13
Norway
Portugal
14
Spain
15
Sweden
16
17
Switzerland
Turkey
18
United Kingdom
19
Yugoslavia . . . ^
20
21
Other Western Europe1
22
US.S.R
Other Eastern Europe2
23
24

Canada

25
26
27
28

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

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries4
Other

64
65
66

Other countries
Australia
All other

29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

67 Nonmonetary international and regional organizations
68 International5
69 Latin American regional
70 Other regional6

144



— - — | — - -- Y —
— 1 — -

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec. I

- r

Jan. j Feb. | Mar.Apr.

339,532 339,056 352,153 3^9,607 360,104 370,221 379,207 381,914
334,223 334,437 345,790 363,649 355,344 363,390 372,965 375,558
126,037 127,235 130,697 138,072 134,984 140,167 142,553 147,863
755
883
585
861
570
641
756
659
2,972
3,242
3,617
2,470
3,392
2,856
2,795
2,709
372
307
538
285
544
355
593
466
485
375
287
372
298
398
373
531
8,122 10,098 10,733 10,740
8,827
8,083
9,441
8,638
3,823
5,205
4,332
4,878
4,307
4,599
3,438
3,599
513
528
604
544
520
503
595
513
7,622
7,813
6,931
7,824
8,462
7,703
7,648
7,395
5,043
4,290
4,451
3,735
3,701
4,008
4,210
3,889
1,847
1,457
1,673
1,285
1,072
1,531
1,481
1,452
414
403
297
377
352
302
306
373
1,707
1,592
1,645
1,664
1,678
1,603
1,749
1,531
1,652
1,896
1,755
1,673
1,337
1,799
1,838
1,489
29,961 30,841 30,643 32,246 31,982 32,269 32,267 32,820
277
334
335
333
319
467
318
400
4 4 0 65,040 67,841
55,708 55,168 58,450 60,683 61,864 6 , 9
464
477
448
506
552
562
479
505
5,584
6,102
5,872
4,965
608
,9
660
,6
7,403
5,748
177
37
62
74
23
27
65
61
464
576
482
451
525
518
596
510
16,470 16,335 16,369 16,026 16,270 17,679 17,185 16,707
127,217 127,408 134,321 140,088 136,908 139,364 144,812 145,425
4,657
444
,0
4,172
4,564
4,331
400
,4
4,038
4,399
49,818 50,947 53,690 55,818 53,202 53,714 59,598 58,369
3,064
2,853
2,582
2,688
2,632
2,266
2,706
3,111
3,734
4,152
3,408
3,808
3,488
2,999
3,823
3,168
28,679 27,728 30,858 34,545 33,106 32,544 32,722 32,999
1,972
1,878
1,842
1,783
1,616
1,935
1,811
1,697
1,814
1,669
1,645
1,611
1,840
1,586
1,617
1,689
8
8
10
10
8
13
9
10
825
821
1,047
1,003
670
969
826
828
850
812
750
815
788
766
758
800
234
127
105
132
109
131
113
109
9,473 10,392 11,001 10,700 10,720 11,210
9,715
9,456
494
,0
3,773
3,888
4,681
3,879
3,943
3,586
4,506
5,472
5,902
5,478
5,924
6,084
5,560
5,372
5,988
1,182
1,130
1,154
U166
1,090
1,203
1,146
1,049
1,343
1,284
1,211
1,425
1,244
1,180
1,119
1,326
8,582
8,632
8,395
9,334
8,213
9,081
8,036
9,461
3,541
3,915
3,535
3,488
3,561
3,817
3,688
3,513
55,863 53,904 54,810 58,570 56,265 55,640 57,988 55,238

190
3,852
6,592
712
622
848
18,344
1,478
1,181
581
12,975
8,488
3,132
488
84
520
34
963
1,042
5,505
5,284
220
5,308
464
,7
445
189

216
3,992
6,528
830
871
812
17,140
1,353
747
522
12,860
8,032
2,865
595
73
394
43
736
1,023
6,690
6,461
229
4,619
3,944
437
238

183
4,063
7,003
725
661
808
17,583
1,591
1,012
569
12,650
7,961
2,710
606
96
389
32
679
909
6,884
6,666
217
6,363
5,598
415
350

249
4,051
6,657
464
997
1,722
18,079
1,648
1,234
747
12,976
9,748
2,827
671
84
449
87
620
917
8,067
7,857
210
5,957
5,273
419
265

249
4,339
6,234
670
1,103
786
17,026
1,614
1,244
776
12,607
9,618
2,939
589
109
486
61
874
821
7,979
7,742
237
4,759
4,174
433
152

168
4,368
5,920
749
866
752
17,572
1,542
1,289
622
11,737
10,055
3,088
587
138
502
66
839
957
7,451
7,197
255
6,831
6,189
457
186

272
4,273
649
,2
687
743
836
19,201
1,748
1,266
714
12,364
9,455
3,111
561
122
538
77
893
920
7,315
7,095
220
6,243
5,426
451
366

302
4,469
5,501
657
804
716
18,862
1,414
1,026
636
12,331
8,519
3,303
649
127
264
119
1,167
978
7,023
6,803
220
6,356
5,641
419
296

56. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United StatesContinued
B. By area and country—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1984

Area and country

May

Nov.

Dec.

770

668

758

693

744

627

615

5,169

4,848

4,789

4,278

4,093

3,613

4,114

12,119
3 990

1,248
11,670
3 692

12,031
3 973

11,534
3 758

11,554
3 036

11,935
3 425

12,701
3 353

8 308
5,030
1 536

8 148
5,761
2 084

6960
5,615
1 624

566

567

11,641
3 331

8 356
5,116
2026

8 266
5,239
1 912

8 976
4,421
1 895

11 056
5,077
1 693

10757
4,799
1 548

378
405
594

.

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

.

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

Africa

Fgypt

Morocco
South Africa
Xaire
. . .
Oil-exporting countries
Other
Other countries
Australia
All other

67 Non monetary international and regional organizations . . .
68 International5 . .
. . . . . .
.
.
69 Lutin American regional
70 Other regional6




Oct.

867

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

64
65
66

Sept.

4,704

Canada

59
60
61
62
63

Aug.

390 253 397 414 393 031 390715 392 615 384094 393 829 402 748
151,645 156,266 152,796 150,818 147,282 146,308 150,659 152,395

24

58

July

395,569 402,469 398,394 396,463 398,894 388,894 399,681 406,831

1 Total
2 Foreign countries
3 Europe . ,
4
Austria
5
Belgium-Luxembourg
6
Denmark
7
Finland
8
France
9
Germany
10
Greece
11
Italy
12
Netherlands
13
Norway
14
Rutugal
15
Spain
16
Sweden
17
Switzerland
18
Turkey
19
United Kingdom
20
Yugoslavia
21
Other Western Europe1
22
USSR
23
Other Eastern Europe2

June

291

596

429
947
600

408
489

341
638

337
407

609

434
487
602

438
418

699

401

425

440

539

434

540

552

597

1 663
1,962
32 760

1 774
1,486
35 198

1 825
1 833
33 352

1 971
2095
32 936

1 984
2,008
33 015

1 905
1,945
32 461

1 873
1,839
31 494

2 082
1,676
31 054

69006

69 977

69 782

67 996

65 456

65 280

67 964

68 553

511

556

525

435

514

579

565

602

6,429

6,481

6,539

6,114

6,247

6,062

6,429

7,184

17,455

17,572

19,221

18,170

17,536

16,767

16,549

16,048

444

53
484

315

41
584

340

31
435

354

47
532

320

41
738

557

50
476

457

54
481

584

79
542

153,770 153,230 149 558 150,968 152,267 145,799 149,794 153,985
4 411
4 424
4439
4 375
4 484
4 558
4 535
4 583
64,238 62,752 60,075 60,072 58,441 52,838 55,470 56,955
3 043
3 222
2 763
2 370
2 559
2 505
3 158
3 236
4,997
4,717
4,462
5,332
4,120
3,568
4,729
3,690
33 867 34 685 34 000 33 770 35 996 34485 34 385 36949
2,052
2,063
2,070
1,874
2,001
1,970
2,176
1,887
2,514
2 057
1 791
1 957
2 022
1,809
1 801
1,767

10
881
842
126

9
908
825
157

7
845
811
116

7
951
831
126

g
931
810
180

8
924
855
122

1,029

1,092

11 874
4666
6,283
1 249
1,380
9,432
3,882

11,976
4432
6,652
1 279
1,309
10,129
3,553

11 733
4253
6,664
1,278
1,302
9,684
3,749

12,268
4261
6,506
1 273
1,319
10046
3,786

12 869
4 179
6,811
1 343
1,418
9,615
3,839

12,488
4 187
6,585
1 297
1,361
10,367
3,952

13,422
4 180
6,847
1,209
1,309
10,013
4,030

12,695
4 153
6,928
1,247
1,394
10,545
4,297

57,327

60,396

61,912

61,549

66,457

66,033

66,952

71,139

400

469

644

603

803

804

844

4 891
6 117

4 866
6 110

5 142
6 535

1 153
4 975
7 240

1,033
1 268
20929
1,691
1,396
1 257
16,804
12,886

4 446
5 862

4 672
6416

5 042
7 037

1,137

644
939
750

5 098
6 236

19 782
1,641
1,084

21 310
1,572
1,020

1,344
2017
19 644
1,552
1,097

800

616

8

884
110

606
893

10

896
183

507

1 281

631
937
804

20 516
1,321
1 130

19 440
1,276
1,032

19 434
1,393

11,662
8,962

12,414
11,256

14,792
10,515

13,200
10,815

13,754
12,844

13,890
12,755

1 023
20 750
1,609
1,252
1 458
13,399
13,442

3 132

3 341

3 145

3 052

3 018

3 343

3 599

3 506

698
132
329
124
886
962

893
133
420
136
816
943

858
128
409
99
706
946

743
119
350
101
775
964

629
136
318
148
821
966

763
115
459
141

739
117
460
163

757
118
328
153

6,925
6685

6,609
6 316

6,399
6095

6,159
5 758

5,316
4 741

5,055
4,436

5,364
4 740

428
146

438
180

431
193

646
897
754

730

240

498

768

875

293

976
779

304

726

782

741

980

1 012

1 141

1,189

6,055
5,687

5,844
5464

6,277
5,598

5,674
5,290

5,748
4 973

6,279
5,411

4,801
4,086

5,852
5,055

4,083
3,376

445
330

488
381

518
196

593
204

401

368

852

379

978

679

961

384

587
120

145

57. Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States
Millions of dollars, end of period
1983

Area and country

Q
10
11
P

13
14
IS
16
17
18
70
77
73

Europe
Austria
Belgium-Luxembourg
Denmark
. ..
Finland .
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom . . . .
Yugoslavia
Other Western Europe'
U.S.S.R
Other Eastern Europe2

...

04 Canada
7S
77
78
29
30
31
33
34
3S
36
38
40
41
47
43
44

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 .

Mar.

July

Aug.

364,649

377,659

365,017

367,136

376,956

370,768

375,825

360,291

Foreign countries

3
4
S
6
7
8

~ • ~ "• r
June

Feb.

360,554

1 Total
9

Apr.

Jan.

364,557

377,351

364,685

366,969

376,513

370,432

375,506

85,313
230
4,777
614
984
7,616
1 382
576
7,574
1 452
625
882
3 696
3,119
1 549
527
46020
1,395
312
247
1 737

86,359
224
5,436
655
967
7,832
1 713
653
7 037
1 343
587
886
3 215
2,699
1 491
616
47 286
1,430
319
261
1 709

89,870
258
5,813
1 138
961
7,709
1 745
655
7 190
1 601
544
870
3 127
2,461
1 642
595
49 808
1,394
327
342
1 690

85,726
307
5,502
1 127
844
7,500
1 246
631
7403
1 260
628
866
3 040
2,277
1 640
608
47049
1,433
256
425
1 685

84,902
309
5,704
1 069
766
7,858
1 156
610
6989
1 262
683
882
3071
2,316
1 079
578
46788
1,496
260
364
1 664

87,515
342
5,808
1 103
870
7,956
1 365
577
7 339
1 155
652
921
3 205
2,859
1 606
570
47 293
1,482
344
377
1 692

85,685
383
5,481
1 101
724
7,953
1 046
461
7 407
971
598
936
3 343
2,920
1 727
629
46 370
1,408
368
292
1 566

88,729
338
5,918
1 128
637
8,589
1,148
378
7412
1 052
634
959
3 371
2,836
1 635
594
48430
1,389
406
236
1 640

14,275

15 468

16,565

15,156

16,600

16,763

16,575

17,497

193,481
11 332
58,550
603
23 124
33 204
5 248
3 248
11
2,047
129
206
29 522
826
10,111
2 309
692
10,263
2 057

195,501
11 544
57,633
526
23 840
34 212
5 421
3 162
2
2,148
120
199
30790
881
9,368
2 337
685
10,432
2200

201,123
11 312
60,638
491
23 651
36 175
5 223
3 166
2
2 054
84
217
31 455
897
9,871
2 303
707
10632
2 246

197,742
11 248
58,125
375
23 814
35 588
5 144
3 155
0
2093
77
196
31 933
985
9,038
2 333
859
10573
2208

199,824
11 558
59,673
628
23 635
33 948
5 581
3485
0
2 040
90
197
32 154
830
9707
2 416
824
10 757
2 300

201,316
11 263
63,012
440
23 469
33 510
5 174
3 601
0
2 038
90
207
32 524
528
8,840
2 627
820
11 045
2 129

197,811
11 132
60,323
334
23 869
31 053
5 204
3 661
0
2018
96
209
33 118
977
9233
2 506
833
11 130
2 115

197,859
11 350
56466
381
24 382
32 708
5 433
3 597
0
2014
100
204
33 796
871
10 108
2 421
820
11 054
2 152

59,389

59403

61 795

57 891

57 690

62 922

62 134

62 689

198
2,235
7 265
230
376
1 837
26,645
9 116
2469
681
3,433
4,906

195
1 980
7293
201
434
1 764
26,708
9 292
2 637
671
3,427
4 802

195
1 860
7 854
160
518
1 744
28432
9284
2 647
637
3,832
4631

239
1 786
7 624
163
554
2 036
24,862
8 833
2 641
774
3,947
4431

219
1 606
7 668
198
576
1 945
24,652
9 013
2 495
748
4,027
4 543

166
1 746
7 949
230
551
2 202
27,414
9 197
2 830
829
4,461
5 348

124
1 715
8 155
245
602
1 676
27 661
9 689
2 641
732
4,013
4 883

179
1 644
8 100
275
642
1 667
27 262
9 745
2 554
781
4,664
5 176

!

1

May

1

S4
55
56

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan
,
Korea
Philippines .
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting countries3 . . .
Other

S7
S8
S9
60
61
6?
63

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries4
Other

5 613
310
342
2 066
57
914
1 924

5 539
286
359
2 194
55
845
1 800

5 483
309
375
2 185
52
844
1 717

5 701
297
382
2 123
104
750
2 045

5 542
378
441
2 123
47
851
1 702

5 665
450
463
2 231
46
830
1 645

5 960
501
484
2 407
45
850
1 673

6 547
544
444
2 630
40
1 052
1 837

64
6S
66

Other countries
Australia
All other

2,220
1 710
510

2,288
1 710
578

2 515
1 957
557

2468
1 882
586

2412
1 750
662

2 332
1 712
620

2266
1 639
627

2 185
1 630
555

263

92

308

332

167

443

336

319

4S
46
47
48
49
SO
S1
S3

67 Nonmonetary international and regional
5

organizations

146



57. Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 83

Area and country

1984

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,6

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

1 Total

380,080

376,047

378,904

391,312

376,982

381,845

389,116

390,180

2 Foreign countries

379 483

375 987

378 834

391 148

376,918

381,681

388,966

390,106

91 624
351
5 683
1,135
697
7,899
1,408
411
7,073
1 179
550
986
3,383
3 081
1,793
616
51 611
1,407
536
219
1 606

89 719
334
5 533
1,107
789
7,457
1,095
372
7,713
1 026
575
1 044
3,152
3 059
1,625
660
50481
1,506
405
211
1,575

91 317 s 91 927
401
395
5 639
5 557
1,275
1,272
822
1,044
8,766
7,957
1,284
1,265
412
476
8,464
9,018
1 267
1 351
690
590
1 114
1 054
3,573
3,645
3 249
3 358
1,863
2,119
812
693
47 364
48 646
1,718
1,620
477
429
192
173
1,598
1,603

91 494
349
5 947
1,301
945
8,008
1,038
508
7,899
1 384
652
1 144
3,401
3 373
1,459
814
49 303
1,776
493
162
1,537

92,476
414
6 197
1,244
952
8,304
1,037
549
7,919
1 294
645
1 145
3,290
3 356
1,302
933
49,920
1,760
547
187
1,483

92,995
449
6005
1,283
931
8,382
1,112
694
8,176
1 358
638
1 119
3,358
3 528
1,452
964
49,535
1,765
499
199
1,548

96,732
679
6,243
1,197
1,021
8,724
1,516
830
8,292
2 294
705
1,291
3,730
3,646
1,854
1,043
49,514
1,754
651
179
1,570

3 Europe
4
Austria
5
Belgium-Luxembourg
6
Denmark
7
Finland
8
France
9
Germany
10
Greece
11
Italy .
12
Netherlands
13
Norway
.
14
Portugal
15
Spain
..
16
Sweden
17
Switzerland
18
Turkey
19
United Kingdom
20
Yugoslavia
21
Other Western Europe1
22
U.S.S.R
23
Other Eastern Europe2

,. ,

16,519

Latin America and Caribbean
Argentina
Bahamas
Bermuda
Bra?il
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

Africa

58

59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

.

Other countries
Australia
All other

67 Nortmonetary international and regional
organizations5
.. •




16,341

15,866

15,952

17,164

16,998

197,209
11,638
57 201
477
24 388
31,497
5 783
3 653
3
2 141
115
203
33,665
1,033
8 835
2 434
883
10888
2,372

200,191
11,899
57 603
600
24704
32,799
5,888
3 734
0
2262
122
210
33,776
1,186
8 502
2 469
903
11 086
2,450

205,491
11,749
59 633
566
24 667
35,527
6,072
3 745
0
2 307
129
215
34,802
1,154
7,848
2 536
977
11 287
2,277

197,401
11,755
54017
644
25,027
32,807
6,196
3 695
0
2,367
189
253
34,676
971
7 867
2467
982
11,255
2,232

200,530
11,760
54,631
409
25,132
34,608
6,319
3 536
0
2,350
126
219
34,793
1,043
8,799
2415
908
11,183
2,298

204,732
11,635
58,009
532
25,910
34,788
6,164
3,667
0
2,334
128
277
34,708
1,245
8,378
2453
926
11,146
2,431

203,505
11,411
57,074
614
26,124
35,399
6,085
3,649
4
2,335
129
252
34,377
1,149
7,985
2 380
923
11,105
2,509

65,163

63,948

61,611

67,837

62,894

62,789

64,431

63,118

227
1 829
8 752
259
695
1 750
28,661
9,712
2 786
885
4,155
5,452

295
1,618
8 384
324
704
1 800
28,044
9,370
2 383
897
4,689
5,440

249
1,574
8 948
305
711
1 846
25,741
9,678
2434
954
4,276
4,895

292
1,908
8,489
330
805
1 832
30,354
9,943
2,107
1 219
4,954
5,603

420
1,810
8,180
344
853
1 556
27,180
9,542
2,415
1 240
4,644
4,710

337
1,710
8,064
253
899
1 478
27,655
9,467
2,361
1 274
4,272
5,019

364
1,657
7,513
337
935
1 607
28,469
9,639
2,403
1 163
5,048
5,295

428
1,654
7,979
372
911
1 846
25,973
10,292
2,382
1,219
5,113
4,949

6501
610
444
2,719
38
964
1,727

6910
642
462
2,578
38
1 485
1 705

6 830
692
461
2,892
37
1 039
1 709

6,654
747
440
2,634
. 33
1 073
1,727

6,571
738
450
2,684
29
1 037
1,631

7,226
712
481
2,928
16
1 124
1,964

6,920
744
484
2,989
13
1,029
1,661

6,655
698
486
2,908
26
1,000
1,536

2 294
1,686
607

2 370
1,691
679

2 528
1,889
639

2 898
2,256
642

2 692
2,085
607

2 708
2,038
670

2 724
1,997
727

3,099
2,479
620

598

60

70

164

64

164

150

74

o

ligypt

Morocco
South Africa
£aire . . .
Oil-exporting countries4
Other

16,357

2 006
112
214
33,900
917
9206
2 470
857
11 053
2,217

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

15,832

197,382
11 464
56 575
564
24 494
31,828
5 835
3 670

24 Canada

.

147

57. Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
Area and country

1 Total
9 Foreign countries

^

4
S
6
7
8
9
10
11
1?
13
14
IS
16
17
18
19
?0
?1
99

73

Europe
Austria
Belgium-Luxembourg
Denmark
...
Finland
.
.
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
TVirkey
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia
Other Western Europe1
USSR
Other Eastern Europe2

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

401,257

408,742

405,636

396,678

393,924

383,489

384,634

398,722

401,154

408,628

405,427

396,480

393,853

382,807

384,072

398,048

104,126
582
6 814
1 197
1 100
9 370
1 155
1 036
8,556
1 766
729
1,463
3 809
3 152
1 933
1 160
56083
1,808
597
175
1 643

102,409
636
6 108
1,189
928
9722
1,142
979
8,331
1 811
648
1,503
3,955
2 638
1,544
1 210
55,703
1,817
800
172
1,573

100,081
581
6 156
1,088
872
9 975
1,257
974
7,832
1 440
649
1,433
3 700
2404
1,580
1 145
54 759
1,857
732
175
1,471

98,168
572
6286
1,057
882
9084
1,220
1 086
7,803
1 470
649
1,387
3,355
2 596
1,741
1 132
53 681
1,888
660
176
1,442

95,415
521
5 363
544
887
8 812
1,097
929
7,820
1 190
676
1,346
3,189
2 362
2 067
1 121
53 348
1,868
660
159
1,454

97,930
532
4988
520
1,098
9299
1,261
819
8,854
1 229
602
1,262
3 017
2 313
2275
1 097
54 637
1,866
625
169
1,467

97,962
433
4 794
648
898
9085
1,305
817
9,079
1 351
675
1,243
2 884
2 220
2201
1 130
55 184
1,886
596
142
1,391

98,585
456
6 626
1 118
1 041
9024
1,125
940
7,901
1 753
719
1 366
3 700
2 918
1 579
1 047
53 125
1,775
591
172
1 610

[

17,859

17,459

18,350

16,326

16,549

16,634

15,778

16,057

211 314
11 071
62 026
845
26,058
37 787
6 146
3 524
0
2 332
127
220
34 734
1 173
8 386
2 438
887
11 019
2 541

210 160
11 164
59 605
559
26,246
38 294
6492
3 559
21
2 373
125
323
35 227
1 312
8 092
2 473
950
11 175
2 171

209727
11,381
58 519
543
26,009
39248
6 648
3,490

203 914
11,021
56612
509
25,991
35 844
6619
3444

203 026
11,108
55 216
508
26,140
36007
6 836
3,438

198 372
11,014
52 006
551
26,146
34 871
6 795
3 343

199058
10,983
54084
635
26,275
33 727
6 703
3406

207 577
11 043
58027
592
26,307
38 105
6 839
3 499

2 396
124
272
35 306
1,381
7 825
2487
961
10 836
2 301

2 380
130
216
35 $24
1,302
8202
2 394
930
11 137
2 160

2 365
120
225
35 602
1 296
7 639
2 397
934
10 982
2 211

2452
141
234
35 364
1 337
7 540
2 416
962
11 $29
2 170

2 431
148
222
35 288
1 337
7 360
2 358
990
10994
2 118

2 420
158
252
34 697
1 350
7 707
2 384
1 088
11 017
2 091

63 699

67 046

64 859

65 979

66 006

62 356

61 398

66 380

348
1 562
7,478
362
983
1 822
27 084
9 582
2433
1 301
5,200
5 543

554
1 702
8 153
355
969
1 910
29 039

2495
1 123
5,118
5 986

640
1 510
6979
323
952
1 827
27 727
9 799
2,650
1 120
5,214
6 116

639
1 573
6 809
295
906
1 869
29 005
9 547
2,756
1 262
4,924
6 396

563
1 651
7 139
354
886
1 802
30 601
9 586
2,578
1 113
4,506
5 227

409
1 588
7,155
302
821
1 890
26 862
9 253
2,510
1 072
4,650
5 844

543
1 679
6,945
381
797
1 938
26421
8 896
2487
1 112
4,687
5 512

710
1 849
7,368
425
734
2 088
29 059
9 285
2 550
1 125
5,054
6 133

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries4
Other

6764
666
561
2 974
28
967
1 568

6 840
734
497
3 065
39
1 004
1 502

7,048
638
549
3 307
43
1 025
1 485

6,969
613
556
3 281
30
996
1 493

6,830
650
545
3 152
18
944
1 522

6,862
674
582
3 140
18
938
1 510

6 719
693
536
2 960
19
911
1 600

6615
728
583
2 795
18
842
1 649

Other countries
Australia
All other

2 932
2 335
597

2 996
2 435
561

3 036
2 481
554

3 210
2 582
628

3 274
2 673
601

3 169
2 508
661

3 189
2 487
702

3 456
2 778
678

103

114

209

198

71

681

562

674

?4 Canada
^5
76
77
^8
79
30
31
3?
^3
34
35
36
37
38
3Q
40
41
49
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

V
S3
54
55
56

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting countries3 . . .
Other

S7
58
5Q
60
61
6?
63
64
6S
66

45
46
47
48
49
SO
51

19 84
May

67 Nonmonetary international and regional
5

organizations

148



o

o

o

o

o

o

58. 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

1983
Type of claim

Jan.

.
.

. . . .

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

360,554

1 Total
2 Banks' own claims on foreigners
3 Foreign public borrowers
4 Own foreign offices2
5 Unafflliated foreign banks
6
Deposits
7
Other
8 All other foreigners

Feb.
364,649

415,926

365,017

367,136

412,660

370,768

375,825

360,554
45,141
134,942
118,444
44,085
74,359
62,027

364,649
46,062
136,448
120,972
46,119
74,852
61,168

377,659
47,764
145,721
123,239
50,725
72,515
60,934

365,017
48,387
137,484
118,552
46,062
72,491
60,594

367,136
48,504
141,074
116,719
45,813
70,906
60,840

376,956
50,514
142,127
122,039
48,358
73,682
62,276

370,768
50,810
138,375
118,788
46,899
71,889
62,796

375,825
52,468
139,789
121,445
47,789
73,657
62,122

43,558

43,960

9 Claims of banks' domestic customers3
10 Deposits
1 1 Negotiable and readily transferable instruments4 . . .
12 Outstanding collections and other claims

38,267
2,126
29261
6,880

35,704
2,631
26,937
6,135

13 MEMO* Customer liability on acceptances

35,204

34,856

Dollar deposits in banks abroad, reported by nonbanking
business enterprises in the United States

40,361

40,526

40,371

45,397

43,676

43,621

1984

1983
Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr

1 Total

416,177

376,047

378,904

426,215

376,982

381,845

426,278

390,180

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

380,080
54,512
140,472
122,971
48,928
74,043
62,126

376,047
55,136
144,039
115,406
44,664
70,742
61,466

378,904
56,137
140,404
119,566
45,303
74,263
62,798

391,312
57,569
146,393
123,837
47,126
76,711
63,514

376,982
58,322
142,625
116,913
42,978
73,935
59,121

381,845
57,410
145,134
119,196
44,962
74,234
60,106

389,116
57,803
149,415
122,107
45,869
76,239
59,791

390,180
58,083
147,868
123,649
45,017
78,631
60,580

9 Claims of banks' domestic customers3
10 Deposits
1 1 Negotiable and readily transferable instruments4 . . .
12 Outstanding collections and other claims

36,097
2 654
27,550
5 892

34,903
2969
26,064
5,870

37,162
3,660
26,947
6,555

13 MEMO* Customer liability on acceptances

34 584

37 715

36,959

Dollar deposits in banks abroad, reported by nonbanking
business enterprises in the United States^

43,880

46,642

49,400

46,404

45,856

48,718

47,906

49,585

1984

May

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.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

401,257

1 Total

445,886

405,636

396,678

428,461

383,489

384,634

431,639

401,257
58,101
157,078
125,724
46,975
78,749
60,354

408,742
59,348
158,881
129,850
49,501
80,350
60,662

405,636
59,745
156,926
127,498
48,585
78,914
61,467

396,678
58,465
154,101
123,724
46,981
76,744
60,387

393,924
59,617
152,055
122,477
47,367
75,110
59,775

383,489
61,367
143,631
120,879
46,787
74,092
57,612

384,634
61,443
144,809
120,890
45,788
75,102
57,492

398,722
61,371
156,497
123,775
48,112
75,663
57,080

9 Claims of banks' domestic customers3
10 Deposits
1 1 Negotiable and readily transferable instruments4 . . .
12 Outstanding collections and other claims . . . .

37,144
3458
26 324
7 362

34,537
4 575
23 907
6 055

32,916
3,380
23,805
5,732

13 MEMO* Customer liability on acceptances

42 365

38 536

36,575

Dollar deposits in banks abroad, reported by5 nonbanking
business enterprises in the United States




48,643

44,708

43,863

44,615

44,201

43,007

44,152

40,129

149

59. Banks' own claims on unaffiliated foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars,
reported by banks in the United States
Millions of dollars, end of period
Maturity, by borrower and area

1

Dec.

19*14

1983

1982
Mar.

Sept.

June

1

Dec.

Mar.

j Sept. ]~ Dec.

June

1 Total

228,150 230,747 232,548 237,033 243,715 238,829 249,904 240,595 243,049

By borrower
Maturity of 1 year or less2 . .
Foreign public borrowers
4 All other foreigners . .

173 917 174 434 174 580 175 624 176 158 163 582 172 474 162 863 165 200
21 256 21,878 22,752 25 138 24039 20,436 21,066 21 059 22,076
152 661 152 556 151 828 150 486 152 120 143 146 151 407 141 804 143 124

9
3

^
6
7

Maturity of over 1 year2
Foreign public borrowers . .
All other foreigners

54,233
23 137
31 095

56,312
25 194
31,118

57,968
26 558
31,411

61 409
28 325
33,083

67 557
32 521
35 036

75,247
36320
38,927

77,430
37 747
39,683

77 731
38410
39321

77,849
39,620
38,229

8
0
10
11
1?

By area
Maturity of 1 year or less2
Europe
Canada
..
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa 3
All other

50500
7 642
73 291
37,578
3 680
1 226

54 152
6929
75,594
32,456
3,870
1 434

52 258
7 134
74,748
35,070
3 854
1 516

53 441
6583
76,095
33,480
4570
1 454

56 117
6211
73 660
34,403
4 199
1 569

54 393
6509
65,673
31,206
4472
1 330

59924
6959
65,136
34,012
4790
1 652

56773
5 841
61 479
32,252
4798
1 720

58 170
5 978
60,692
33,450
4442
2468

11 636
1 931
35,247
3 185
1 494

12,081
1 928
36,026
3 640
1,487
1 150

12,385
1 861
36,880
4 109
1 667
1 066

12 519
1 760
39410
4 761
1 819
1 139

13 576
1 857
43 888
4 850
2286
1 101

13,324
2 038
51,238
5 150
2,291
1 206

12,778
2203
54249
5 098
1 865
1 237

11,249
1 801
56568
5 106
1 857
1 150

9,590
1 890
57,8"M
5 386
2,033
1,116

n

14

15

16
17
18
IP

Maturity of over 1 year2
Europe
Canada
..
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
. ..
Africa 3
All other
. .

740

60. Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies,
reported by banks in the United States1
Millions of dollars, end of period

1983

1982

Item

1984

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

1 Banks own liabilities

4 844

5,088

5 880

5 976

5 219

5,817

6,459

6,227

7 501

2 Banks* own claims
3 Deposits
4 Other claims

7 707
4251
3 456

8 123
3,728
4 396

7 879
3,907
3 971

7 998
3,045
4 953

7 231
2731
4 501

9034
4,024
5 010

9 687
4,284
5 404

9 334
3,685
5 649

10 801
3,964
6 837

676

637

684

717

1 059

361

227

281

569

1

... .

5 Claims of banks' domestic customers2 . .

150



1 Sept. j[ Dec.

61. Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign transactions
Millions of dollars

1983
Country or area
Year

Jan.

Mar.

Feb.

May

Apr.

June

Aug.

July

Nov.

Oct.

Sept.

Dec.

1

Transactions (end of period)
1 Estimated total2

3,693
2

2 Foreign countries . . .
3 Europe2
4
Belgium
Luxembourg .
5
Germany2
6
Netherlands
7
Sweden
8
Switzerland2
9
United Kingdom . .
10
Other Western
Europe
11
Eastern Europe . .
12
13
14
15
16

Canada .
Latin America
Venezuela
Netherlands
Antilles
Other Latin
America and
Caribbean . . .

17
18

Asia
,
Japan

19
20

Africa
All other

309

3,162
6,226

288
602

-431
2,450
375
170
-421
1,966

275
311
84
1
-526
169

2,118
0

289
0

42
0

46

2

699

-212
-124

595

1,241 951 1,024
1,168 1,330 1,193

-802 -245
1,498 911
172
184
13
-25
26
4
220
537

83

417
0

240
38

542 -1,315
15 -557

15
9
-845
-77
25
-4
14-15
-156
-37
319
191

167
-562
12
20
-22
2

-3
-196
-29
-41
110
40

-37
37
-200
47
122
20

-40
414
-47
48
90
340

-15
522
62
64
-113
- 10

13
198
81
44
55
- 103

38
0

400
0

275
0

148
0

102
0

202

-39

-172
0

167

1 10

75

107
0

64

72

-102

100

-149-76

28

-1

0

8

4

110
52

-359
29

-131
122

-78
272

408
463

60

-3,535
2,315

-356
78

3
-17

0
3
0
5 - 2 6 - 3

23
-21

-647
-760

0

0

0

MEMO
24 Foreign countries2 . . .
25 Official institutions .
26 Other foreign2

1,362
779
2,382

288
34
252

Oil-exporting 3
countries
Middle East
Africa4

-5,419
-

1

1,241
1,552
-310

121 -233
0
0

-15

0

8

1,655 -2,166
1,561 -1,997
0
951
966
-15

0
1,024
341
682

-2

1
7

30

-137

-26
3

-14

-700
171
0

1,716 1,021 -966
1,545 858 -872

-524
-414

240
36
203

-691 -109 -566
0
0
1

-90

0

542 -1,315
407 -895
135 -420

0
-848
-928
79

11

-405
202
0

20

0

9

-731
244

21

0

-79
219
1 - 2

- 8 - 7 2 - 3 8

0
8

-25

-87
0

2 - 154
0 - 1 0

1,629 -574
1,080 658

-631

-112
389

-52
0

-28

1,133 2,361 -1,402

-848
-80

667
0

- 100
- 19
3 - 5

535
218




-35
0

234
239
36
0
26
240

1,954 1,563 -2,281 -1,372

-9
- 16
2-116

21 Nonmonetary
international and
regional
organizations . . . .
22 International
23 Latin American
regional

27
28

2,606 -1,143

0
-46

1,245
1,335
0
-112
-45
-67

-277 -172 -1,791 -305
0
0
0
0

134

76
-51
0
42

87-92

419 -1,399
237
153
0
8

97
390

0
-13

-314
292
1
-5

733 -828 -727
673 -1,064 -626
0

0

0

1,629 -574
97
504 -760 -435
1,125 185
533
-373
0

-968
0

-54
0

151

61. Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars
1984

Country or area
Year

Jan. | Feb.

May

Mar | Apr.

July | Aug.

June

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1

Holdings (end of period)
1 Estimated total2

21,412
2

2 Foreign countries . . .
3 Europe2
4
BelgiumLuxembourg .
5
Germany2 . . .
6
Netherlands . ,
7
Sweden
8
Switzerland2 . . .
9
United Kingdom .
10
Other Western
Europe . . .
11
Eastern Europe .

725

580

-529

2,309

16,432
11,070

739
527

-133
1,333

22
-89

986
560

385
599

289
2,958
454
46
635
5,223

17
291
-16
31
49
214

17
946
-61
20
39
-103

7
307
-40
47
50
-165

34
368
95
5
-14
5

1,465
0

-58
0

475
0

-294
0

12

1,599

6,5% -3,799

2,931

2,197

972 1,172
909 1,088

5,576 -1,736
3,990 -718

1,092
795

2,293 5,066
776 1,300

-30
448
-139
5
161
239

74
86
35
-15
349
545

33
20
1,036 -747
13
-6
-52
77
67
99
2,857 -313

27
-39
458
-1
-172
742

41
36
-7
1
-288
244

46
336
16
-88
26
716

69
0

-85
-

-165
1
0

559
0

35
0

153
0

0

748
0

248
0

-220

209

194

107

31

231

288

237

193

249

-277
0

9
1

205
0

-101
10

-543
-1

313
1

165
3

320
1

965
7

380
-10

93

-57

102

231

92

61

57

213

80

69

258

902

177

1,000 -1,475
529
-18

-302
851

1,410 -114

3
-109
106
17
269
243

12

Canada

1,526

-3

13
14
15

Latin America . . .
Venezuela . . .
Netherlands
Antilles
Other Latin
America and
Caribbean . , .

1,413
14

563
0

-587

528

-20

-122

-70

871

582

-464

-207

59

112

-53

-644

17
18

Asia
Japan

2,377
6,062

-348
90

-881
337

603
-12

209
214

-637
324

57
490

564
385

19
20

Africa
All other

-67
114

0
0

-1
-10

4
1

3
-4

2
21

0
0

0
31

4,982
4,612

-13
63

712
672

-550
-525

1,324
1,323

1,025 -1,086
1,010 -1,086

428
381

0

0

0

0

0

16,432
481
15,951

739
545
193

-133
4
-137

22
487
-465

986
619
367

16

21 Nonmonetary
international and
regional
organizations
22 International . .
23 Latin American
regional
MEMO
24 Foreign countries2 . . .
25 Official institutions .
26 Other foreign2
27
28

Oil -exporting 3
countries
Middle East
4
Africa

-6,277 -515
-101
0

0

-829
0

50
0

-51

-678
0

0

0

0

385
972 1,172
-318 -896
177
703 1,868 994

-1,037
0

67 -312
0
0

-219

7,508

369 3,218
1,287 1,585

27
-23

__ i
43

-5
-5

2
-83

1,020 -2,063
1,099 -2,149

1,839
1,651

-96
-188

2,442
2,361

0

0

0

0

5,576 -1,736
1,366 -1,968
4,210
232

1,092
-852
1,944

-411
-100

-983

-100
142

0

-144
0

0

2,293 5,066
-602 1,919
2,895 3,147
-1,284
0

-200
0

62. Foreign official assets held at Federal Reserve Banks, 19841
Millions of dollars, end of period
Assets
1 Deposits
Assets held in custody
2 U.S. Treasury securities2
3 Earmarked gold3

152



Jan.
251

Feb.
246

Mar.
222

Apr.
345

May
295

June

238

July | Aug. | Sept.

215

242

206

Oct. j Nov. j Dec.

270

392

253

117,076 119,499 116,768 117,808 114,562 117,143 115,760 117,130 115,678 115,542 117,433 118,267
14,347 14291 14,278 14 278 14 268 14266 14,270 14 258 14,256 14,260 14,265 14,265

63, Foreign transactions in securities
Millions of dollars
Transactions,
and area or country

1983

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar

Apr.

STOCKS
1 Foreign purchases
2 Foreign sales
3 Net purchases, or sales (—).
4 Foreign countries
5 Europe
6
France
7
Germany
8
Netherlands
9
Switzerland
10
United Kingdom
11 Canada .
12 Latin America and
Caribbean
13 Middle East1
14 .Other Asia
15 Africa
16 Other countries . , .
17 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . .

May

June

July

Aug. Sept.

Oct.

Nov. Dec.

U.S. corporate securities
69,770 5,166 5,317 7,076 5,931 6,617 6,852 5,743 5,185 5,499 5,530 4,848 6,007
64,360 4,357 4,341 6,153 5,340 6,352 6,457 5,198 5,154 5,103 5,380 4,789 5,736

5,410

809

976

922

590

265

395

545

31

397

150

58

271

5,312
3,979
-97
1,045
-109
1,325
1,799
1,151

800
627
45
119
2
217
184
90

955
899
53
138
7
223
452
63

896
972
8
226
41
102
572
147

539
642
29
222
12
277
127
122

262
306
-28
86
-81
268
127
92

420
191
14
-31
-57
191
94
98

536
430
33
135
7
190
40
1

32
87
75
54
12
58
90
77

389
257
-10
39
-49
123
174
154

146
-88
-33
55
-15

58
-61
-68
53
24
-97
19
-1

279
-281
-64
-51
13
-208
47
183

529
-808
395
42
24

1
-57
116
5
18

117
86 -22
62
-13 -60 -302 -192
1
-44
-90 -210
4
3
8
8
60
-4 -10
6

28
36
64
1
2

35
-59
143
0
-12

-98
-88
75
7
28

107
-178
51
4
-6

14
45
63
1
-3

239
13
122
2
1

98

10

21

52

2

1,751 2,310 2,275
1,797 2,447 1,885

2,457
2,289

26

-18

-129
124
-40
49
104

-1

-25

-7

BONDS'
18 Foreign purchases
19 Foreign sales

2 , 0 1,871
400
23,097 2,209

20 Net purchases, or sales (-).

903

-338

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 . . .

888
909
-89
344
51
583
434
123

-336
-21 -154
-181 -196 -266
-20 -10 -22
127
-94 -33
1
3
16
-2
63
25
-94 -111 -182
21
14

34 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations ...

27
100
-1,161 -212
22
865
0
0
52
0

-46

-137

1,546 1,438
1,747 1,463

2,177
1,995

1,900
1,967

2,537
2,497

2,039
1,304

1,698
1,496

390

169 -201 -25

181

-67

40

735

202

405
405
7
47
1
209
42
-18

193 -203
474 -128
-7
7
85 -18
-4
12
28
188
120
140
22 -10

79
152
-6
63
-3
0
112
-3

-73
18
0
34
1
-19
42
-10

137
300
2
63
11
7
136
22

715
458
-31
53
5
15
390
46

195
-53
-4
27

-128
-22

24
4
19
13 -21
-168 -119 -121 -130 -251
45
44
72
47
78
0
2
2
0
0
35
0
-2
0

-6
116
101
0
0

20
42
207
0
0

12
84
68
-1
0

0
32
59
0
0

-3
10
-56 -378
60
62
-5
1
21
2

-25

17

-14

-49
-74
-5

-33
53

24

3
78

6

-97

-3,765
13,281
17,046

-327 -225 -432 -544 -642 -600 -488 -210
-76
1,032 1,044 1,198 978 1,081 1,397 982 1,040 1,333
1,359 1,268 1,631 1,522 1,723 1,997 1,470 1,2501,409

-8
1,150
1,157

-3,239
36,333
39,572

137 -264 -515 -524
2,600 3,097 2,814 2,564
2,462 3,361 3,329 3,088

-200
175 -884
3,906 3,115 3,076
4,106 2,940 3,960

15

-2

-24

102

20

Foreign securities
35 Stocks, net purchases,
or sales (—)
36 Foreign purchases .
37 Foreign .sales
38 Bonds, net purchases,
or sales ( — )
39 Foreign purchases .
40 Foreign sales

41 Net purchases, or sales (-),
of stocks and bonds . . , -7,004
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 .




-837
2,667
3,504

238 -189 -366
3,333 2,565 2,837
3,095 2,754 3,203

-190

-489

-947-1,069-1,479

-363

-576

-86

-208

-6,559
-5,492
-1,328

-174
-267
26

-802
-681
-447

-662 -1,046
-606 -520
40 -426

-972
-633
-286

-397 -687 -583
-475 -683 -327
16
83
30

-114
125
-353

-257
-362
9

44
-421
38

-910
-643
-60

1,120
-855
141
-144

258
-180
-9
-2

346
-31
21
-9

-23
88
243
-140 -221 -310
30
25
9
37
8
4

-80
47
62
-152 -145
23
13
11
14
280
0 -385

23
135
16
-59

5
90
11
-10

135
158
1
133

17
-81
0
-143

-445

-16

28

49

313 -286

-22

-506

34

-677

-11
3,760
3,771

-26 -187
914 1,132
940 1,320

10

149-1,071

105 -161

153

63. Foreign transactions in securities—Continued
Millions of dollars

1984

Transactions,
and area or country

Feb.

Year | Jan.

Mar.

1 Foreign purchases
2 Foreign sales

June

May

Apr.

STOCKS

Aug. J Sept. ] Oct. j Nov. ] Dec.

July

U.S. corporate securities
. . . . 60,462
63,388

5,439
5,799

3 Net purchases, or sales (— ). -2,926

-360

409

-3,041
-2,986
-405
-50
-315
-1,490
-658
1,673

-349
-167
-72
95
1
-92
-93
83

493
-1,998
-372
-23
171
115

4,511
4,190

4,958
5,494

4,553
4,902

3,377
3,946

7,255
7,399

4,052
4,892

4,657
5,398

355

321

-537

-349

-569

-144

-840

-741

478
146
-97
116
1
282
-169
323

323
188
-4
151
32
-3
-17
300

321
208
38
-43
-15
90
137
73

-545
-372
9
-40
-47
-220
-80
-61

-359 -578
-319 -592
-3
-45
2 -38
-76
-34
-120 -321
- 181 - 127
158
188

-290
-410
-28
-125
-19
-358
146
129

-909
-690
-67
-63
-66
-335
- 131
149

-752
-529
-37
-10
-47
-130
-251
150

124
-361
-48
5
16

43
-45
36
10
-34

9
-197
33
-7
-1

25
-58
66
5
2

82
-168
-28
-4
6

38-58
213
9-89
-215
-55 -214 -207 -270
-27
-76
-57 -160
-92
3
-2
-5
-6
-8
2
16
54
-3
87

-11

-70

32

1

8

18 Foreign purchases
1 9 Foreign sales

39,341 1,830
26,071 1,766

2,116
2,000

2,405
2,092

1,734
1,866

1,629
1,467

20 Net purchases, or sales (-).

13,269

65

116

313

-133

162

208

579

855

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

12,972
11,792
207
1,731
93
644
8,520
-71

75
73
-1
-37
3
12
129
1

29
-66
-5
-32
25
-102
90
-53

370
170
-1
117
9
-45
127
-23

-200
40
-5
68
-12
-22
-220
-77

196
70
0
107
-1
8
-75
3

168
- 272
4
122
11
35
77
32

539
480
33
256
3
13
-80
-35

902 1,278 3,954 2,133 3,527
502 1,004 3,956 1,954 3,338
17
8
143-11
24
181
19
606
139
184
16
2
22
-1
15
49
9
253
159
276
311
922 2,860 1,603 2,776
45
3
-3
13
14

....

390
-1,011
1,862
1
10

10
-26
18
-1
0

17
58
75
0
-2

20
30
170
0
3

-4
-263
102
1
1

13
11
100
0
0

15
-287
135
0
0

14
-60
138
0
1

76
64
42
44
78
1 - 1 9 -232 -45 - 179
265
223
192
169
276
1
1
0
2
1
3
3
0
2
0

34 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . .

297

-11

87

-57

67

40

41

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 East'
14 Other Asia
15 Africa
16 Other countries

....
....
....

17 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations

6,235 6,101
5,827 5,746

10

4,838
4,746

4,487
5,049

92 -562
81
-90
-46
11
-15
-34
17
47

-461
-359
-54
-105
-29
-249
91
134

30
67
-12 -196
74 -91
-8
--6
39
-11
11 -101

9

147

69

11

2,004 3,082
1,795 2,503

2,885
2,030

3,356
2,035

6,994
3,060

4,902
2,556

6,403
2,900

1,321 3,934

2,346

3,503

2

BONDS

....

....
....

-34

-48

43

-20

213

-24

Foreign securities
35 Stocks, net purchases,
or sales ( — )
36 Foreign purchases . .
37 Foreign sales
38 Bonds, net purchases,
or sales (— )
39 Foreign purchases
40 Foreign sales .

..

-127
334
135 -16
65
1,216 1,491 1,581 1,256 1,164
1,343 1,157 1,446 1,2721,099

-33
1,128
1,161

-3,931
57,338
61,270

260
8
75 -364
3,434 3,998 4,982 3,861
3,174 3,989 4,908 4,226

257
180 -287 -482 -1,195
5,324 4,428 5,770 4,122 4,527
5,067 4,249 6,057 4,604 5,722

41 Net purchases, or sales (— ),
-5,008
of stocks and bonds
42 Foreign countries
43 Europe
44 Canada
45 Latin America and
Caribbean
46 Asia
47 Africa
48 Other countries

132

343

-4,619
-8,532
413

104
310
-45 -331
7
183

....

2,472
1,345
-107
-210

119
188
28
280
-5
-11
- 1 1

49 Nonmonetary international and
regional organizations . . .

-389

154



111 -490 -340 -318 -177 -221
899 1,286 921 1,333 1,147 1,169
787 1,777 1,261 1,651 1,324 1,390

-1,077
14,591
15,668

28

32

209

-380

-645
5,156
5,802
-580

123 -379 -660
-249 -501 -1,539
116 -191
40
48
130
221
187
-10
-4
- 3 0
87

-2

223

-578 -1,159
6,601 5.134
7,179 6,293

291 -777

-822 -1,513

-755 1,379

209
229 -614
-458 -468 -603
124
176
-7

-886-1,477
-963 -1,582
-198
-68

-908 -671
-707 -1,086
-23
254

601
242
-16
12

465
80
-4
1

80

15

237
127
331 - 136
-21
11
-25
-5
62

-163

28
169
-14
92

217
-30
-19
6

64

-36

207
104
88 - 1 15
-16
3
-457
169
153 -709

64. Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States
Millions of dollars, end of period

1982

1981
Type, and area or country

1983

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

1 Total

28,618

27,638

25,532

25,149

27S512

24,766

2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies

24909
3,709

24,889
2,749

22 770
2,763

22 051
3,099

24280
3,232

21,826
2,940

fy tyP€
4 Financial liabilities
5 Payable in dollars
6 Payable in foreign currencies

12,157
9,499
2,658

12,382
10,431
1,951

10,144
8,203
1,941

10,855
8,565
2,291

11,066
8 858
2,208

11,000
9,008
1,992

7 Commercial liabilities
8 Trade payables
9 Advance receipts and other liabilities

16,461
10 818
5,643

15,256
9,483
5,773

15,388
9475
5,913

14,294
8 084
6,209

16,446
9438
7,008

13,766
6,935
6,831

15,409
1 052

14,457

14,566

13,486

808

15,423
1 023

12,818

6 825

7 742

5 944

6 389

6 501

6380

471
709
491
748
715

562
917
503
750
707

518
581
439
517
661

494
672
446
759
670

505
783
467
711
792

410
774
482
699
725

4,195

3,081

10
11

Payable in dollars
...
Payable in foreign currencies

By area or country
Financial liabilities
12
Europe *
13
Belgium-Luxembourg
14
France
. . .
15
Germany
16
Netherlands
17
Switzerland
18
United Kingdom

3,565

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
.......
Brazil
British West Indies . . .
Mexico
...
Venezuela

27
28
29

Commercial liabilities
Europe
..
Belgium-Luxembourg .
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

919

784

753

2 805
1,003

2,969

1 241

.. .

3,102

746

948

3,148

733

2,751

2,793

1,027

1,059

904
14
28

857
18
39

Africa
Oil-exporting countries2
All other3

472
293
63

582
395
66

714
479
67

1 039

1,061

14
0
24

13
0
12

17
0
11

17
0
13

17
0
12

20
0
13

3 508

3 844

3 957

3 831

3,551

1 001

52
598
468
346
367

1 027

45
579
455
351
324
810

6
27

7
24

121
114

715
169

149
121
718
168

71
573
545
220
424
880

50
507
473
230
400
910

47
703
457
246
412
951

897

2
67
67
2
340
276

897
827
22
71
83
27
218
197

1,134
1,460

1,197
1,235

1,495
1,570

1,437
1,523

9 384
1 094
7,008

Asia
Japan
Muddle East oil -exporting countries1

51
52
53

83
100

3 770

48
49
50

1 044

67
97

976
792
75

.

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
....
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

1,369

102
98

938
9
28
981
85
104

7
22

...

40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47




3,212

3,223
1,095

963

Africa
Oil-exporting countries2
All other1
...

33
34
35
36
37
38
39

822

3,356
1,279

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries'

30
31
32

798

8 758
1 106
6,331

7 591
1 085
5,195

6641
1 192
4,178

8 144
1 226
5,503

6,166
1 245
3,486

703
344
664

661
247
604

729
340
630

669
0
595

753
277
651

511
158
578

1,044
....

.. .

20
102
62
2
769
219

50
762
436
277
358

6
48
128
3
499
269

16
117
60
32
436
642

4
137
51
4
371
592

155

64. Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1984

1983
Type, and area or country

June 1 SeptTf Dec.

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

23,700

26,325

25,197

29,481

34,013

30,738

28,788

20,864
2 836

23,546
2 780

22,176
3 020

26,243
3,237

30,815
3,198

27,934
2,804

25,915
2,873

By type
4 Financial liabilities
5 Payable in dollars . . .
6 Payable in foreign currencies

11,115
9 144
1 971

10900
9025
1 875

10,423
8 644
1 779

14,177
12,159
2,018

18,339
16297
2043

15,879
14,082
1,797

13,932
12064
1 868

7 Commercial liabilities
8 Trade payables
9 Advance receipts and other liabilities

12 585
6,933
5,652

15 425
8 567
6,858

14 774
7 765
7,009

15 304
7,893
7,411

15 674
7 897
7,776

14 859
6,900
7,959

14 857
6,990
7,867

11 720
865

14 521
904

13 533
1 241

14085
1,219

14 518
1,155

13 852
1,007

13 851
1,006

By area or country
Financial liabilities
12 Europe
13
Belgium-Luxembourg
14
France
..
15
Germany
16
Netherlands
17
Switzerland
18
United Kingdom

6 335
436
802
457
728
606
3 132

6014
379
785
449
730
500
3 014

5 691
302
843
492
581
486
2 839

7,087
428
956
514
527
641
3,790

7230
359
900
561
583
563
4013

6,679
428
910
521
595
514
3,463

6 798
471
995
489
578
569
3 389

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

876
2 623
776
10
34
1 033
151
124

788
2 737
784
13
32
1 095
185
117

764
2 607
751
13
32
1 018
213
124

795
4912
1,419
51
37
2 635
243
121

735
8 888
3,603
13
25
4 457
237
124

825
6780
2,606
11
33
3 250
260
130

863
4 556
1,423
11
35
2059
369
137

27
28
29

Asia
Japan
.. .
Middle East oil-exporting countries1 . . . .

1 255
879
205

1 327
896
201

1 332
898
170

1,355
947
170

1 462
1 013
180

1 566
1 085
144

1 682
1 121
147

30
31
32

Africa
Oil-exporting countries2
All other3

17
0
9

19
0
15

19
0
10

19
0
9

16
0
9

16
1
14

14
0
19

3,443
41
594
439
342
385
678

3 633
47
523
472
243
460
967

3,245
62
437
427
268
241
732

3,567
40
488
417
259
477
847

3,409
45
525
501
265
246
794

3,961
34
430
558
239
405
1,133

3,987
48
438
619
245
257
1 082

1 Total
2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies

30
11

33
34
35
36
37
38
39

....

Payable in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies

....

....

Commercial liabilities
Europe
Belgium-Luxembourg
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

j

40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda . .
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

1,468
1 376
1
77
49
22
456
531

1 418
1 508
1
77
48
14
512
539

1,841
1 473
1
67
44
6
585
432

1,776
1,807
14
158
68
33
682
560

1,840
1 705
17
124
31
5
568
630

1,906
1,758
1
110
68
g
641
628

1,975
1 871
7
114
124
32
586
636

48
49
50

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries'

5 254
1 246
2 740

7 638
1 305
4 817

6 741
1 247
4 178

6620
1 291
3 735

6989
1 235
4 190

5,569
1 429
2 364

5 307
1 256
2 372

51
52
53

Africa
Oil-exporting countries2
AH other1

525
192
518

628
231
600

553
167
921

539
243
995

684
217
1 046

597
251
1,068

588
233
1 128

156



65. Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States1
Millions of dollars, end of period

19 82

1981
Type, and area or country

Dec.

. ,

By type
4 Financial claims
5 Deposits . .
6
Payable in dollars
7
Payable in foreign currencies

.,

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

30,757

31,039

30,232

28,725

31,656

32,582
3 603

28,111
2 646

28,525
2 513

27,571
2 661

26,085
2 640

28,921
2 736

21 142
15,081
14 456

.

Mar.

36,185

1 Total
2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies

1983

18 175
13,145
12 687

18,814
14,041
13 671

18 356
13,241
12 828

17 684
13,058
12 628

20598
15,868
15 388

5 115
3 419
1 696
11 877
10,770
1 106

4 626
2 979
1 647
11 041
9,994
1 047

4730
3 071
1 659
11 058
9,819
1 238

10,478

10,461

625

457

370

413

8 Other financial claims . . .
9
Payable in dollars .
10
Payable in foreign currencies
1 1 Commercial claims . . . . . .
12 Trade receivables
13 Advance payments and other claims

6,061
3 599
2 462
15 043
14,007
1 036

5,030
3 362
1 668
12 582
11,537
1 044

4,773
3 194
1,579
12,225
11,045
1 179

14
15

14,527

12,061

11,661

1 1 ,324

564

552

4,596

4,578

4,867

4,967

13
324
148
106
74

16
326
215
119
60

3 546

3 586

3 930

6 755
8,812
3 650

5 075
7,656
3 547

3 971

16
17
18
19
20
21
22

Payable in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies
fiv area or country
Financial claims
Europe
Belgium -Luxembourg . .
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

516

43
285
224
50
117

520

430

563

480

597

4,873

6,327

3 859

4064

5 532

4 436
8,487
3 832

4 386
7 948
3 435

4 377
7 546
3 279

4 692
8,688
3 915

2 999

3 676

3 411

3 255

3 479

16
375
197
114
53

15
134
178
97
107

58
98
127
140
107

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies .
Mexico
Venezuela

31
32
33

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries2

758
366
37

668
262
36

802
327
33

846
268
30

698
153
15

712
233
18

34
35
36

Africa ,
Oil-exporting countries3
All other4

173
46
48

164
43
34

156
41
66

165
50
44

158
48
31

153
45
25

37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Commercial claims
Europe . „
Belgium- Luxembourg . .
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

5 405

4428

4 331

4231

3 826

3 671

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-exi>orting countries3
All other4
..




18
30

313
148

234
776
561
299
431
985

27
49

281
130

246
698
456
222
358

1,079

42
76

274
134

211
636
394
291
414
905

16
76

268
133

178
646
427
268
291

1 035

32
62

274
139

151
474
357
350
360
811

21
50

352
156

136
490
424
310
257
758

967

939

714

666

633

650

3 479

2925

2 790

2 772

2 526

2705

424

80
212
417
23
762
396

3 959
1,245

3 214
1,171

3 329
1,144

3 098

809

973
111

3 050
1,047

3 121
1,106

772
152
461

612
143
463

648
138
413

661
148
448

588
140
417

559
131
351

12
223
668
12

1 022

905

757

30
225
423
10
750
383

19
154
481
7
869
373

21
261
258
12
775
351

751

30
176
403
21
894
288

703

157

65. Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1984

1983
Type, and area or country

June

Sept,

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

1 Total

33,527

32,934

34,932

33,645

31,740

30,183

28,673

2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies

30 860
2,667

30029
2,905

31 842
3,090

30,755
2,890

28,770
2,970

27,391
2,792

26,068
2,605

22 864
17,819
17,379
439

22038
16,907
16,463
445

23 801
18,356
17,859
497

22 781
17,486
17,057
429

21,292
16,124
15,614
510

19,794
15,014
14,574
439

18,108
13,475
13,056
420

8 Other financial claims
9
Payable in dollars
10
Payable in foreign currencies
1 1 Commercial claims
12 Trade receivables
13 Advance payments and other claims

5 046
3 437
1 608
10 663
9261
1,402

5 130
3,279
1 851
10 896
9,562
1,334

5445
3,489
1 956
11 131
9 721
1,410

5 296
3,506
1 790
10 864
9,540
1,323

5,168
3,407
1 761
10448
9,105
1,343

4,781
3,088
1 693
10 389
8,885
1,503

4,632
3,182
1 450
10 565
9,084
1,481

14
15

10044
620

10287
609

10494
637

10 193
671

9749
699

9 729
659

9 830
735

7 304
12
140
216
136
37
6 514

6,232
25
135
161
89
34
5 577

6,434
37
150
159
71
38
5 767

6,252
30
171
148
57
90
5 548

6,364
37
151
161
158
61
5 543

5,569
15
146
187
62
64
4 863

5,365
15
114
220
66
66
4486

5 107
9 380
4037
92
48
4,065
348
152

5 244
9,500
3,829
62
49
4,457
315
137

6 166
10,144
4 745
96
53
4,163
291
134

5 665
9,823
3 927
3
87
4,903
279
130

5 180
8,469
3,213
5
83
4,348
230
124

4419
8,633
3,255
5
84
4,423
232
128

3,964
7,512
2,95!
6
100
3,703
215

By type
4 Financial claims
5 Deposits
6
Payable in dollars
7
Payable in foreign currencies

16
17
18
19
20
21
22

.. .

Payable in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies
By area or country
Financial claims
Europe
Belgium-Luxembourg
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

[

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil .
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

31
32
33

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries2

771
288
14

764
257
8

764
297
4

753
309
7

963
307
8

900
371
7

944
353
37

34
35
36

Africa
Oil-exporting countries3
All other4

154
48
149

151
45
148

147
55
145

144
42
145

158
35
158

160
37
113

21©
85
114

37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Commercial claims
Europe
Belgium- Luxembourg .
France . .
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

3 465
138
497
366
243
331
734

3,394
116
486
382
282
292
738

3,670
135
459
348
334
317
809

3,610
173
413
363
310
336
787

3,555
142
408
443
306
250
812

3,570
128
411
370
303
289
891

3,805
138
419
374
340
271
1,061

....

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda . ,
Brazil .
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

711
2 728
30
111
512
21
957
273

792
2,870
15
246
611
12
898
282

829
2,695
8
190
493
7
884
272

1 061
2,419
8
216
357
7
745
268

933
2,042
4
89
310
8
577
241

1 026
1,976
14
88
219
10
595
245

1 020
1,972
8
115
214
7
583
206

52
53
54

Asia
....
Japan . . . .
Middle East oil-exporting countries2

2 861
944
698

2 934
1 033
719

3 063
1 114
737

2 997
1 186
701

3,085
1 178
710

2,884
1 080
703

3,070
1 180
687

55
56
57

Africa
Oil-exporting countries3
All other4

528
130
369

562
131
344

588
139
286

497
132
280

536
128
297

595
135
338

470
134
228

158



. .

66. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks1
Millions of dollars, end of period
1983

Assets

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
1 Total, all currencies

462,968 459,000 466,334 454,096 453,127 466,629 456,639 453,031 461,456 460,194 464,680 477,090

2 Claims on United States .
3 Parent bank
Other,
5 Claims on foreigners..
6 Other branches of
parent bank
7 Banks
8 Public borrowers 1 ...
9 Nonbank foreigners .
10 Other assets.

89,887
59,886
30,001
353,471

87,614 94,072
58,589 63,613
29,025 30,459
352,035 353,151

91,485 92,198 98,088 97,147 99,554
62,015 62,860 66,094 67,915 67,207
29,470 29,338 31,994 29,232 32,347
344,560 342,805 350,323 341,515 335,294

102,021
66,836
35,185
340,877

89,524
131,241
24,674
108,032
19,610

89,798
129,465
24,836
107,936
19,351

85,354
127,025
25,201
106,980
18,051

92,180 90,953
120,254 117,729
25,061 25,162
106,247 107,924
18,558 18,635

89,125
132,507
24,810
106,709
19,111

86,467
124,197
25,642
106,499
18,124

88,394 84,893
130,415 123,706
25,461 25,966
106,053 106,950
18,218 17,977

84,573
119,319
25,215
106,187
18,183

103,191 110,145
70,855 76,655
32,336 33,490
338,368 336,009
92,215
114,608
24,323
107,620
18,526

115,542
82,026
33,516
342,689
96,004
117,668
24,517
107,785
18,859

11 Total payable in U.S. dollars

355,300 351,051 357,353 345,111 344,407 357,944 350,972 348,440 355,444 352,429 359,053 371,508

12 Claims on United States .
13 Parent bank
14 Other.....
15 Claims on foreigners
16 Other branches of
parent bank
17 Banks
18 Public borrowers1
19 Nonbank foreigners . . ,
20 Other assets

88,154
59,079
29,075
255,317

21 Total, all currencies

157,464 156,577 156,022 152,408 151,821 155,631 153,209 154,865 156,048 156,803 155,964 158,732

22 Claims on United States .
23 Parent bank
24 Other
25 Claims on foreigners
26 Other branches of
parent bank
27 Banks
28 Public borrowers1
29 Nonbank foreigners . . .
30 Other assets

27,175 26,423 26,259 25,139 24,847 26,279 26,012 29,722 28,947 30,853 32,352 34,433
22,539 21,962 21,912 20,657 20,456 21,384 20,849 22,169 20,816 25,507 26,872 29,111
4,636 4,461 4,347 4,482 4,391 4,895 5,163 7,553 8,131 5,346 5,480 5,322
124,354 124,214 123,993 121,727 121,187 123,835 121,757 119,672 121,518 120,660 118,275 119,280

31 Total payable in U.S. dollars

120,233 119,273 118,891 113,170 112,585 118,023 116,526 119,377 121,238 121,817 121,744 126,012

85,961 91,615 89,207 89,840
57,859 62,660 61,378 62,059
28,102 28,955 27,829 27,781
253,457 254,098 245,363 244,158

71,223 71,962 70,807
103,784101,053103,776
18,805 19,001 18,805
61,505 61,441 60,710
11,829 11,633 11,640

66,821
98,350
18,980
61,212
10,541

95,811 94,733
64,765 66,487
31,046 28,246
251,515 245,465

67,815 69,537
96,179102,968
19,044 18,728
61,120 60,282
10,409 10,618

67,183
97,334
19,147
61,801
10,774

97,065
65,781
31,284
241,103
66,609
93,806
18,804
61,884
10,272

99,173 100,642 107,654 113,436
64,968 69,305 75,112 80,909
34,205 31,337 32,542 32,527
245,726 241,459 240,974 247,406
74,013
95,146
18,496
60,802
10,545

72,625
92,106
18,700
61,321
10,328

74,108
90,206
17,782
61,526
10,425

78,431
93,332
17,890
60,977
10,666

United Kingdom

32 Claims on United States .
33 Parent bank
34 Other.
35 Claims on foreigners
36 Other branches of
parent bank
37 Banks
38 Public borrowers1
39 Nonbank foreigners . . ,
40 Other assets

34,959 35,437 36,171 32,973 33,361 35,787 35,632 35,555 36,382 36,556 35,642 36,565
49,497 48,580 48,976 48,301 47,623 48,328 46,643 44,303 45,451 43,888 42,683 43,352
6,421
6,592 6,337 6,591 6,599 6,570 6,440 6,342 6,274 6,280 6,307 5,898
33,477 33,605 32,509 33,862 33,604 33,150 33,042 33,472 33,411 33,936 33,643 33,465
5,935 5,940 5,770 5,542 5,787 5,517 5,440 5,471 5,583 5,290 5,337 5,019

404
26,581 25,829 25,597 24,374 2 , 4 25,536 25,180 28,905 27,837 30,095 31,671 33,756
002
22,250 21,700 21,626 20,354 2 , 9 21,017 20,434 21,720 20,036 25,084 26,537 28,756
5,000
7,801 5,011 5,134
4,020 3,952 4,519
4 7 6 7,185
,4
4,129 3,971
4,331
479
89,137 88,973 88,797 84,981 8 , 7 88,587 87,450 86,868 89,530 88,253 86,614 88,917
29,380 29,918 30,589 27,131 27,579 30,025 30,122 30,053 31,409 31,414 30,371 31,838
35,616 34,499 34,442 33,228 32,801 34,417 33,159 31,718 33,237 31,796 31,158 32,188
4 6 0 4,789 4,413 4,522 4,497 4,547 4,420 4,410 4,329 4,346 4,377 4,194
,0
19,541 19,767 19,353 20,100 19,902 19,598 19,749 20,687 20,555 20,697 20,708 20,697
3,469 3,459 3,339
3,762 3,900 3,896 3,604 3,871
4,471 4,497 3,815
4,515
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 borrowers1
49 Nonbank foreigners . . .
50 Other assets
51 Total payable in US. dollars




142,351 138,905 145,999 142,348 141,306 147,060 142,616 139,769 143,838 142,061 147,930 152,083
57,455
33,111
24,344
80,803

56,318
32,932
23,386
7,0
866

62,910
38,218
24,692
79,150

61,639
38,193
23,446
77,034

62,834
39,293
23,541
74,814

66,749
40,765
25,984
76,709

66,216
43,130
23,086
72,683

63,993
40,378
23,615
72,021

67,210
41,425
25,785
72,861

66,937
41,295
25,642
71,341

71,994
45,545
2,4
649
72,045

75,309
48,720
26,589
72,868

20,101 19,730 17,512 18,295 18,540 16,674 15,568 15,354 19,654 19,218 20,751 20,626
40,841 39,180 42,353 39,682 37,565 41,681 37,381 37,350 36,642 36,017 35,404 36,842
,0
5,935 6,538 6 4 4 6,465 6,647 5,894 6,093
6,434 6,494 6,540 6,388 6,175
13,427 13,202 12,745 12,669 12,534 12,419 13,196 12,913 12,965 12,859 12,753 12,592
3,755 3,767 3,783 3,891
3,906
3,675 3,658 3,602 3,717
4,093 3,981
3,939
136,514 133,059 139,885 136,414 135,478 140,970 136,485 133,303 137,541 135,443 141,518 145,641

159

66* Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1983
Liabilities

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.J_ Oct. i Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
52 Total, all currencies

462,968 459,000 466,334 454,0% 453,127 466,629 456,639 453,031 461,456 460,194 464,680 477,090

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

178,780 178,580 189,565 184,477 184,653 191,937 188,084 183,969 183,252 186,319 184,891 18B,070
80,244 79,870 85,387 81,201 81,065 84,866 82,040 77,472 78,966 86,060 80,353 81,261
32,826 32,381 34,011 32,714 31,833 33,715 31,543 29,760 31,409 27,605 26,723 29,453
65,710 66,329 70,167 70,562 71,755 73,356 74,501 76,737 72,877 72,654 77,815 77,356
265,729 262,115 258,970 251,674 250,869 256,487 250,219 250,873 260,033 255,195 260,838 269,685
89,038
93,015
20,352
63,324
18,459

88,592
9,0
044
19,827
63,292
18,305

86,976
91,810
17,907
62,277
17,799

84,184
87,046
18,453
61,991
17,945

84,941
84,751
17,274
63,903
17,605

86,607
87,256
18,716
6,0
398
18,205

82,923
84,769
18,362
64,165
18,336

81,722
85,466
17,932
65,753
18,189

88,449
86,682
20,608
66,020
18,171

85,663
84,602
19,518
67,060
18,680

88,728
88,091
18,493
67,461
18,951

90,615
92,889
18,896
68,845
19,335

63 Total payable in U.S. dollars. 370,747 368,089 375,355 364,086 363,929 376,597 369,118 365,694 373,910 370,873 375,271 388,291
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

175,090 174,844 186,014 181,028 180,842 188,407 184,547 180,240 179,431 182,368 180,849 184,305
77,917 77,484 83,045 79,111 78,786 82,662 79,774 75,152 76,656 83,665 77,881 79,035
32,302 31,954 33,571 32,253 31,240 33,285 31,169 29,214 30,880 27,067 26,249 28,936
64,871 65,406 69,398 69,664 70,816 72,460 73,604 75,874 71,895 71,636 76,719 76,334
185,512 183,859 179,935 173,667 173,980 178,994 174,967 175,660 184,659 179,154 184,477 194,139
71,144
52,292
15,940
46,136
10,145

70,924
51,320
15,381
46,234
9,386

69,084
52,167
13,536
45,148
9,406

66,216
48,468
13,801
45,182
9,391

66,697
47,494
12,655
47,134
9,107

68,406
49,964
13,912
46,712
9,196

66,227
48,123
13,517
47,100
9,604

64,522
49,522
13,029
48,587
9,794

71,003
50,937
15,409
4,0
904
9,820

68,121
48,287
14,639
49,725
9,351

71,362
52,097
13,459
4,6
944
9,945

73,522
57,022
13,855
51,260
9,847

United Kingdom
74 Total, all currencies
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
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

157,464 156,577 156,022 152,408 151,821 155,631 153,209 154,865 156,048 156,803 155,964 158,732
52,650 51,927 55,309 52,883 53,603 56,952 56,959 58,347 56,924 60,903 57,095 55,799
14,287 14,080 14,616 14,343 13,907 14,461 15,011 16,145 16,852 21,385 17,312 14,021
12,343 12,198 13,172 12,119 12,773 13,503 12,993 12,462 12,174 10,751 10,176 11,328
26,020 25,649 27,521 26,421 26,923 28,988 28,955 29,740 27,898 28,767 29,607 30,450
97,827 97,515 93,835 92,460 91,071 91,545 89,198 89,458 92,122 88,727 91,714 95,847
19,343
41,073
12,377
25,034
6,987

21,008
39,892
12,025
24,590
7,135

19,653
40,867
10,252
23,063
6,878

19,470 20,235 18,376 17,544 17,595
38,960 37,594 38,238 37,192 37,571
10,520 9,413 10,848 10,146 9,588
23,510 23,829 24,083 24,316 24,704
7,052 7,060
7,134
7,065 7,147

19,365
37,122
11,448
24,187
7,002

18,288
35,847
10,611
23,981
7,173

19,038
41,624
10,151
25,034
7,155 7,086

18,841
38,888
10,071
23,914

126,286 126,007 126,088 120,683 120,324 124,760 123,265 125,656 127,868 128,600 127,234 131,167
51,808 50,977 54,520 51,993 52,473 56,092 56,081 57,359 55,931 59,824 55,907 54,691
14,105 13,859 14,476 14,212 13,696 14,308 14,812 15,829 16,673 21,145 17,094 13,839
12,128 12,041 12,987 11,929 12,439 13,313 12,833 12,223 11,886 10,523 9,880 11,044
25,575 25,077 27,057 25,852 26,338 28,471 28,436 29,307 27,372 28,156 28,933 29,808
71,000 71,994 68,309 65,485 64,621 65,428 63,818 64,801 68,252 65,347 68,011 73,279
15,081
25,177
10,657
20,085
3,478

16,709 14,918 14,815 15,636 14,117 13,386 13,421 15,166 14,542 15,044 15,403
25,563 26,395 23,821 22,960 23,895 23,453 24,447 24,478 23,136 26,343 29,320
10,121 8,419
8,742 8,029 8,279
8,474 7,306 8,786 8,065 7,630 9,381
19,601 18,577 18,375 18,719 18,630 18,914 19,303 19,227 18,927 18,595 20,277
3,036 3,259 3,205 3,230 3,240 3,366 3,496 3,685 3,429 3,316 3,197
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

142,351 138,905 145,999 142,348 141,306 147,060 142,616 139,769 143,838 142,061 147,930 152,083
104,609 104,668 111,736 109,920 109,481 111,899 108,807 104,536 105,207 104,873 107,276 111,299
50,652 49,910 55,643 52,023 51,238 53,894 50,961 46,398 46,423 49,257 47,447 50,980
17,561 17,028 17,328 17,451 16,143 16,921 15,494 14,560 16,675 14,891 14,638 16,057
36,396 37,730 38,765 4 , 4 42,100 41,084 42,352 43,578 42,109 40,725 45,191 44,262
046
35,495 31,885 32,054 30,210 29,651 33,088 31,560 32,879 36,312 34,809 38,194 38,445
14,258 11,808 11,547 10,314 10,073 11,835 11,229 11,621 15,084 14,283 17,456 14,936
8,737 9,577 9,073 9,629 11,876
9,279 8,451 8,987 8,126 7,618
8,012
9,011
1,630
2,101
1,919
2,170
2,246 1,985
1,849
1,720 1,678
1,710 1,734
1,796
10,109 9 9 6 9,842 10,060 10,226 10,446 10,218 10,351 11,131 11,116 11,414 11,274
.0
2,247 2,352 2,209 2,218 2,174
2,379 2,460 2,339
2,073 2,249 2,354 2,319

107 Total payable in U.S. dollars 138,939 135,553 142,802 139,210 138,225 143,771 139,431 136,298 140,545 138,264 144,277 148,278

160



66, Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1984
Assets

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

2

Apr. May

June

July

Oct.

Aug. Sept.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
1 Total, all currencies
2 Claims on United States ...
3 Parent bank
4 Other3 3
5 Nonbanks ,
6 Claims on foreigners
7 Other branches of parent
bank
8 Banks
9 Public borrowers
10 Nonbank foreigners
11 Other assets

459,031 466,648 481,752 475,159 486,134 477,856 465,902 462,486 454,082 448,284 452,012 452,012
112,897 113,426 122,468 121,465 126,289 125,424 118,484 117,078 114,160 109,055 112,623 113,265
78,740 80,521 87,317 86,129 89,769 90,458 82,885 82,437 80,035 75,499 77,767 77,926
1-U1V7
JJ4.157

12005
.295
3,0

Vi 151
35,151

Vim -tt<S20
J5,3J6 3 , 2
050

13 980 13 987
>
>i 2
2 j g
0 9 6 21 f l

13 216 13 125
>
>
^^ 2l,QQQ

12

591 1
3 5 3 13 968
'5
2» 9 5 21,303 >
0 6
,
21,371

326,775 332,914 339,262 333,715 339,323 332,488 327,298 324,474 319,375 319,097 319,443 318,688
89,447
108,204
25,158
107,420
19,359

89,170 94,981 96,254
111,499 114,854 107,691
25,599 24,654 24,639
110,057 109,048 108,544
20,308 20,022 19,979

99,432
112,810
24,241
106,998
20,522

95,866
105,798
23,292
107,532
19,944

91,410
107,471
23,291
105,126
20,120

93,507
103,346
22,654
104,967
20,934

92,646 90,821
101,574 102,246
22,554 23,030
102,601 103,000
20,547 20,132

91,319
103,037
22,914
102,173
19,946

94,794
100,064
23,037
100,793
20,059

12 Total payable in U.S. dollars.

350,495 351,455 365,716 359,667 372,850 368,000 357,598 352,807 346,929 340,431 345,485 349,364

13 Claims on United States . , ,
14 Parent bank
15 Other3
16 Nonbanks3
17 Claims on foreigners . . . . . .
18 Other branches of parent
bank . . .
19 Banks
20 Public borrowers
21 Nonbank foreigners
22 Other assets

110,774 111,165 120,065
77,572 79,271 85,984
83,202 31,894 34,081
229,130 229,802 235,778

23 Total, all currencies

155,096 157,972 161,007 161,109 159,250 159,038 155,643 154,250 147,696 147,543 148,627 144,377

24 Claims on United States . . ,
25 Parent3 bank
26 Other
27 Nonbanks3
28 Claims on foreigners
29 Other branches of parent
bank
30 Banks
31 Public borrowers
32 Nonbank foreigners
33 Other assets

36,603 36,646 38,072 38,428 36,172 36,338 33,697 31,691 29,333 28,933 29,487 27,667
30,728 30,875 32,201 32,855 30,266 30,621 27,863 26,054 23,772 23,264 23,758 21,854
I <; a-7* /3 <; -7-71 /1 < 9-71 / 1 « «TI ^ QAA 1,252 1,273 1^Q 4^34 4^55 4 ^ , 8
0 7 1,327 1,214 1 4^
44
| 3,B
3, /
3,8
3,3/3
D,yUO
4^5
4^ , 8

34 Total payable in U.S. dollars.

121,195 121,944 124,501 123,174 122,406 123,933 120,488 118,337 114,358 113,418 114,886 112,801

35 Claims on United States . . .
36 Parent bank
37 Other3
38 Nonbanks3
39 Claims on foreigners
40 Other branches of parent
bank
41 Banks . . . .
42 Public borrowers
43 Nonbank foreigners
44 Other assets

35,886 35,934
30,383 30,515
| 5,419
5,503
82,190 83,067

71,429
83,173
17,868
59,977
10,591

70,080
84,930
18,117
59,956
10,488

75,088
88,467
18,098
58,268
9,873

118,955 123,884 123,202 116,145 114,754 111,677 106,429 110,265 111,313
84,687 88,568 89,325 81,664 81,291 78,847 74,129 76,572 77,046
13,759 13,674 12,897 12,769
13,355 13,786
34,268 35,316 20,118 20,807 20,566 20,061 12,338 20,338 20,481
19,962
230,438 238,190 234,301 230,840 227,132 224,603 223,355 224,210 227,281
73,370
83,401
17,946
58,988
10,274

79,685
86,811
17,650
58,046
10,776

77,412
81,438
17,045
58,406
10,497

73,653
82,400
17,186
57,601
10,613

75,969
77,402
16,783
56,978
10.921

75,509
76,567
16,943
55,584
10,649

73,472
76,910
17,302
55,671
10,647

74,606
77,083
17,359
55,162
11,010

78,356
76,688
17,245
54,992
10,770

United Kingdom

113,316 116,055 118,200 117,713 117,970 117,492 116,740 117,255 113,299 113,524 114,270 111,828
33,871 33,296 34,617 38,571 36,806 38,620 37,728 39,313 37,499 37,638 37,401 37,953
009
40,119 42,300 43,804 39,779 42,244 4 , 6 40,980 39,906 39,133 38,696 39,262 37,443
5,424 5,334
5,330 5,441
6,076 6,072 5,992 5,876 5,786 5,510
6,063 6,213
33,263 34,246 33,703 33,291 32,928 32,927 32,246 32,526 31,337 31,749 32,183 31,098
5,177
5,271
5,208 5,206 5,304 5,064 5,086 4,870 4,882
4,735 4,968 5,108

37,282 37,598 35,234 35,387 32,587 30,641 28,282 27,898 28,595 26,860
31,789 32,453 29,876 30,181 27,239 25,509 23,323 22,806 23,363 21,487
1,363
1,144
1,149
950 1,195
1,113 1,437
5,493 5,145
5,358 4,062 4,199 4,182 3,764 3,979 3,795 4,010
84,599 82,769 84,087 85,447 84,729 84,553 83,082 82,456 82,977 82,945

28,770 28,103 28,723 29,247 30,280 32,867 31,762 33,623 32,704 32,461 32,675 32,607
28,749 30,158 31,613 29,135 30,196 28,778 29,444 27,961 27,986 27,093 27,290 26,805
4,356 4,414 4,390 4,408 4,296 4,284 4,288 3,983 3,879 4,063 4,094 4,030
20,315 20,392 19,873 19,979 19,315 19,518 19,235 18,986 18,513 18,839 18,918 18,503
3,143
2,994 3,064 3,314 2,996
3,119 2,943 2,620 2,807 3,085 3,099 3,172
Bahamas and Caymans

45 Total, all currencies
46 Claims on United States . . .
47 Parent bank
48 Other3 3
49 Nonbanks
50 Claims on foreigners
51 Other branches of parent
bank
52 Banks
53 Public borrowers
54 Nonbank foreigners
55 Other assets

142,670 141,347 150,289 145,563 156,862 154,029 147,912 147,319 144,578 138,798 141,448 146,641
71,315 71,242 78,352 75,964 83,817 82,132 78,252 78,882 77,013 71,750 75,522 77,205
44,313 45,402 50,959 48,379 54,858 54,632 50,285 51,384 50,078 45,480 48,070 49,303
U 8
9
\27002 25840 27 W 27 S8S 22895915)6Q91 lfi' 3 15)Q5g 015)863215)554 lfi 169 lfi >858
' 9 HQ35 2 H 5
'4 U 0
' 7 10»716 U<283 H ^
|702 2 , 4
2,0
5 8 0 27,393 27,585
899
,5

67,460 66,212 68,024 65,758 69,033 68,109 65,620 64,263 63,545 63,010 61,996 65,520
19,269 17,892 19,288 18,071 21,110 17,926 15,567 16,093 15,639 15,117 13,837 17,682
32,971 33,125 34,896 32,822 33,659 31,746 32,007 30,505 30,075 30,259 30,516 30,159
6,040 6,060 6,077
6,002 5,965 6,039 6 0 9 5,918
,0
5,993 6 0 0 5,883 6,119
,0
12,497 12,464 11,823 12,115 12,350 12,444 12,046 11,782 11,712 11,594 11,583 11,602
3,841
3,895 3,893 3,913
4,012 3,788 4,040 4,174 4,020 4,038 3,930 3,916

56 Total payable in U.S. dollars. 136,263 134,984 143,802 139,163 150,397 147,871 141,950 141,139 138,693 132,834 136,064 141,407




161

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66. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1984

Liabilities
Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
56 Total, all currencies

4 9 0 1 4 6 6 8 481,752 475,159 4 6 1 4 4 7 8 6 4 5 9 2 4 2 4 6 4 4 0 2 4 8 2 4 452,012 452,012
5,3 6,4
8,3 7,5 6,0 6,8 5,8 4,8

57 Negotiable CDs4
n.a.
n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. 43,421 41,297 41,656 39,866 38,520 37,915 37,725
58 To United States
182,789 185,624 188,545 184,707 191,243 162,578 155,231 152,635 147,003 139,402 138,354 146,808
59 Parent bank
80,097 82,055 78,119 76,026 80,692 81,025 78,067 77,160 75,026 74,756 70,339 78,110
60 Other banks in United States 27,481 26,576 29,623 27,737 28,399 23,174 22,365 19,693 20,120 18,913 18,613 18,386
61 Nonbanks
75,211 76,993 80,803 80,944 82,152 58,379 54,799 55,782 51,857 45,733 49,402 50,312
62 To foreigners
257,136 261,443 273,061 270,190 274,959 252,180 248,651 246,565 245,746 248,185 253,956 246,790
63 Other branches of
parent bank
83,688 83,626 89,229 92,972 9 , 9 92,384 89,081 90,747 90,426 89,530 90,729 93,206
484
64 Banks
86,898 89,493 95,639 90,164 9 , 4 83,024 80,082 78,796 77,471 82,226 86,815 7g,235
402
65 Official institutions
19,716 20,551 18,248 17,887 19,606 19,523 21,261 20,238 21,566 19,501 20,883 20,241
66 Nonbank foreigners
68,728 69,714 71,923 71,205 68,882 57,249 58,227 56,784 56,283 56,928 55,529 55,108
67 Other liabilities
19,106 19,581 20,146 20,262 19,932 19,677 20,723 21,630 21,467 22,177 21,787 20,689
68 Total payable in U.S. dollars. 3 8 6 0 3 0 3 5 3 3 0 9 375,719 3 0 9 0 385,338 3 4 7 5 370,356 3 4 2 7 356,342 3 1 6 0 365,594
6,5 7,0 8,9
9,3
7,3
6,4
6,6
69 Negotiable CDs4
n.a.
n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a.
70 To United States
178,918 181,304 184,259 180,405 186,964
71 Parent bank
77,722 79,438 75,527 73,583 78,216
72 Other banks in United States 2 , 0 2 , 2 29,054 27,163 27,763
704 606
73 Nonbanks
74,192 75,840 79,678 79,659 80,985
74 To foreigners
180,715 179,883 189,600 185,187 193,984
75 Other branches of
parent bank
66,561 65,245 70,373 70,928 75,813
76 Banks
50,583 50,704 56,225 50,917 55,004
77 Official institutions
14,672 15,834 13,162 13,346 14,835
78 Nonbank foreigners
50,629 49,864 51,656 51,828 50,589
79 Other liabilities
9,017 9,118 9,240 10,127 9,982

40,852 38,990 39,610 37,629 36,102 35,608 35,227
158,034 150,973 148,102 142,482 135,131 134,159 142,764
78,316 75,542 74,574 72,254 72,245 67,814 75,625
22,593 21,749 19,019 19,457 18,259 18,064 17,880
57,125 53,682 54,509 50,771 4 , 2 48,281 49,259
467
176,549 174,414 171,880 173,610 174,090 180,824 177,576
74,448
46,986
14,124
40,991
9,903

71,438
44,858
16,117
42,001
10,358

73,501
42,373
15,476
40,530
10,764

73,412
42,772
16,850
40,576
10,526

72,204
46,218
14,850
40,818
11,019

74,552
50,502
16,068
39,702
11,069

77,222
45,123
15,733
39,498
10,027

United Kingdom
80 Total, all currencies
81 Negotiable CDs4
82 To United States
83 Parent bank
84 Other banks in United States
85 Nonbanks
86 To foreigners
87 Other branches of
parent bank
88 Banks
89 Official institutions
90 Nonbank foreigners
91 Other liabilities

155,096 157,972 161,007 161,109 159,250 159,038 155,643 154,250 147,696 147,543 148,627 144,377
n.a.
55,618
17,075
10,640
27,903
92,268

n.a.
56,550
18,307
10,570
27,673
93,734

n.a.
56,228
15,850
11,440
28,938
97,109

n.a.
56,526
16,311
10,542
29,673
9,6
704

n.a.
55,353
17,820
9,487
28,046
96,530

39,840
31,949
18,532
4,701
8,716
79,802

37,998
29,682
16,730
4,277
8,675
80,261

38,265
29,667
18,127
3,548
7,992
78,469

36,600
27,280
16,130
3,451
7,699
75,901

34,948
26,558
16,598
3,388
6,572
77,985

34,269
25,338
15,116
3,040
7,182
81,217

34,413
25,254
14,651
3,118
7,485
77,420

18,526
38,812
10,530
2,0
440
7,210

17,741 21,477 21,939 20,791 21,298
39,548 42,073 40,751 41,597 32,917
11,531 8,833 9,403 10,377 9,928
24,914 24,726 24,971 23,765 15,659
7,688 7,670 7,519 7,367 7 4 7
,4

21,459
31,435
11,301
16,066
7,702

22,252
30,735
10,480
15,002
7,849

21,536 21,023 20,846 21,631
28,996 32,436 34,739 30,436
10,625 9,650 10,505 10,154
14,744 14,876 15,127 15,199
7,915 8,052 7,803 7,290

92 Total payable in U.S. dollars. 126,987 127,622 130,985 128,369 128,446 128,922 126,294 124,260 119,337 118,084 119,278 117,457
93 Negotiable CDs4
94 To United States
95 Parent bank
96 Other banks in United States
97 Nonbanks
98 To foreigners
99 Other branches of
parent bank
100 Banks
101 Official institutions
102 Nonbank foreigners
103 Other liabilities

n.a.
54,535
16,838
10,406
27,291
69,557

n.a.
55,105
17,900
10,247
26,958
69,438

n.a.
55,031
15,606
11,204
28,221
72,892

n.a.
55,201
16,127
10,292
28,782
69,739

n.a.
5,9
404
17,624
9,200
27,270
70,955

38,463
30,602
18,244
4,486
7,872
56,274

36,757
28,349
16,390
4,018
7,941
57,495

37,219
28,027
17,701
3,244
7,082
55,337

35,398
25,763
15,679
3,131
6,953
54,590

33,703
25,178
16,209
3,144
5,825
55,482

33,168
2,2
404
14,742
2,830
6,452
58,163

33,070
24,077
14,339
2,941
6,797
56,919

14,758 13,956 17,559 14,801 15,907 17,362 17,472 18,384 18,175 17,600 17,562 18/294
26,386 26,229 28,833 27,286 27,308 19,541 18,197 16,984 16,015 18,309 20,262 18,356
8,594 9,777 6,910 7,650 8,760 7,945 9,610 8,920 9,375 8,306 9,072 8,871
19,819 19,476 19,590 20,002 18,980 11,426 12,216 11,049 11,025 11,267 11,267 11,398
2,895 3,079 3,062 3,429 3,397 3,583 3,693 3,677 3,586 3,721 3,923 3,391
Bahamas and Caymans

104 Total, all currencies

142,670 141,347 150,289 145,563 156,862 154,029 147,912 147,319 144,578 138,798 141,448 146,641

105 Negotiable CDs4
n.a.
n.a, n.a. n.a. n.a.
1,065
965
905
788
106 To United States
105,221 105,694 111,088 107,694 114,919 111,047 106,338 103,915 100,682
107 Parent bank
45,692 45,129 4 , 4 43,961 46,653 46,050 45,098 42,373 42,064
609
108 Other banks in United States 15,222 14,476 16,565 15,794 17,478 16,989 16,498 14,742 15,459
109 Nonbanks
44,307 46,089 48,474 47,939 50,788 48,008 44,742 46,800 43,159
110 To foreigners
35,206 33,412 36,839 35,524 39,427 39,338 37,828 39,598 40,213
111 Other branches of
parent bank
13,799 13,392 13,629 14,514 16,096 13,873 12,381 14,446 15,283
9,884 9,373 11,428 9,902 12,178 12,485 12,635 12,200 11,978
112 Banks
113 Official institutions
2,310 1,870 2,397 1,869 2,198 2,681 2,427 2,674 3,028
114 Nonbank foreigners
10,758 10,378 11,027 10,895 11,018 10,299 10,385 10,278 9,924
115 Other liabilities
2,243 2,241 2,362 2,345 2,516 2,579 2,781 2,901 2,895

878
95,084
42,850
14,143
38,091
39,855

898
615
95,831 102,804
40,516 47,161
14,155 13,922
41,160 41,721
41,747 40,302

14,823 16,455 16,782
13,059 13,986 12,397
2,211 2,376 2,054
9,762 8,930 9,069
2,981 2,972 2,920

116 Total payable in U.S. dollars. 138,805 137,666 146,253 141,322 152,721 149,959 143,961 143,294 140,902 135,143 137,712 143,420

162




67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
A. March 31, 19841
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 hanks 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 .
20 Federal funds sold and securities
purchased under agreements
to resell
21
22
23
24
25
26

By holder
Commercial banks in United States . .
Others . . . ,
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
2S LESS: Unearned income on loans . . . .
29 EQUALS: Loans, net




New York

Branches4 Agencies Branches4 Agencies

California,
total3

Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches Agencies

238,103

186,543

51,559

166,580

6,075

41,970

10,867

6,364

6,247

46,207

42,166

4,042

39,383

478

3,805

1,965

286

289

22

19

3

15

1

2

2

1

1

812
20

748
20

64
0

649
19

14
0

45
0

23
1

65
0

15
0

1,284

1,103

181

1,029

64

84

48

20

40

43,861

40,092

3,769

37,498

398

3,652

1,885

198

230

22,646

20,540

2,107

19,058

313

1,829

1,139

175

132

239

226

13

226

0

13

0

0

0

20,976
1,185

19,326
1,109

1,650
75

18,214
1,046

86
20

1,811
46

745
63

22
0

97
9

19,791
209

18,217
184

1,574
25

17,168
173

66
1

1,765
22

683
7

22
3

88
4

141,764

108,769

32,995

95,371

4,302

25,685

8,060

3,463

9,208
5,077

8,479
4,886

729
191

8,020
4,632

72
58

634
56

338
210

27
20

117
100

539

519

19

516

0

16

0

2

5

67

57

10

42

0

1

14

1

9

3,526

3,017

509

2,830

14

562

114

3

3

7,905

6,847

1,058

6,472

544

465

322

39

63

6,849
1,056

6,055
792

794
265

5,690
782

305
240

440
25

312
10

39
0

63
0

7,664

6,605

1,058

6,230

544

465

322

39

63

343
7,320

213
6,392

130
928

212
6,019

113
431

10
456

0
322

0
39

9
54

241

241

0

241

0

0

0

0

0

132,829
274
132,555

100,513
223
100,289

32,317
51
32,266

87,564
213
87,351

4,236
6
4,231

25,096
45
25,051

7,729
7
7,722

3,439
3
3,436

4,765
0
4,765

\

4,882

163

67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
A. March 31, 1984'-Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

New York

Ti

i
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

Total

4

4

Branches Agencies Branches Agencies

2
CaliOther states
fornia, i Illinois, 1
3
branches Branches Agencies
total

5 142
51 637
28,346

2 150
40,311
21,983

2 992
11 326
6,363

1 509
36,632
19,984

12
872
245

2 126
10,061
6,346

207
2,794
1,355

285
441
302

1 003
838
114

24 507
3,839
21 212
674
20 538
2 079

18,416
3,567
16 520
544
15 976
1 808

6091
272
4692
130
4 562
271

16,789
3,195
15 210
511
14 700
1 437

196
49
573
0
573
54

6,148
199
3,515
128
3 387
200

1,021
334
1 076
15
1 061
363

284
19
137
10
127
2

71
43
701
9
691
23

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

1,281
58 937
34 819
24 118

1,250
45 028
25 888
19 140

31
13 909
8932
4978

1,169
37 388
19713
17 675

0
1 852
255
1 597

111
10,822
7 817
3,005

0
4 101
3 522
579

1
2,530
1 796
734

0
2244
1 717
528

212
15 620

185
11 589

27
4031

139
10,728

2
1 499

25
1,951

9
617

28
154

9
671

14 826
794

10,902
688

3 925
106

10 145
583

1 481
17

1,883
68

571
46

106
48

6H9
31

47 Lease financing receivables
48 All other assets . . . .
...
49 Customers1 liability on acceptances
outstanding
50
U S addressees (domicile)
51
Non-U S addressees (domicile)
52 Net due from related banking institutions6. . .
53 Other

0
42 226

0
28 763

0
13464

0
25,354

0
749

0
12,014

0
520

0
2,576

0
1,012

14 183
8 581
5 602
21,901
6 142

10,944
5 921
5 023
12,897
4921

3 239
2 660
579
9,004
1 221

10,519
5 656
4,863
10,333
4,503

134
3
132
435
180

3,035
2 651
384
8,050
929

246
218
27
35
240

162
34
127
2,319
96

88
20
69
730
194

164




67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
A. March 31, 19841—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

[Branches4 Agencies Branches4 1 Agencies

Total
5

New York

California,
total3

Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches Agencies
_i
10,867
6,247
6,364

54 Total liabilities

238,103 186,543

51,559

166,580

6,075

41,970

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

120,705

105,619

15,086

97,243

1,966

12,446

3,234

3,567

2,249

37,464
20,884
16,579

34,600
20,797
13,804

2,864
88
2,776

29,745
16,535
13,210

141
19
122

1,514
409
1,105

975
762
213

3,204
3,132
72

1,885
28
1,857

57
83,184

57
70,962

0
12,223

16
67,482

0
1,825

5
10S927

0
2,258

35
329

0
364

4,351
33,539

4,090
27,040

261
6,499

3,988
25,429

81
844

155
5,924

14
1,041

25
141

87
159

23,148

18,307

4,841

17,021

328

4,895

802

75

28

10,391
44,798
6,721
38,077

8,733
39,401
5,505
33,896

1,658
5,397
1,215
4,181

8,409
37,659
5,211
32,448

517
882
222
660

1,030
4,807
983
3,824

239
1,188
266
922

66
157
20
137

131
105
19
86

496

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 tanks. . . .
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

66

406

17

40

16

5

12

3,004
1,594
995
600

244
110
0
110

2,724
1,374
791
583

61
0
0
0

98
52
21
31

139
118
H4

4

107
75
69
5

119
86
0
86

11
1,532

11
1,399

0
134

10
1,341

0
61

0
46

0
21

0
32

0
33

305
132

302
110

3
22

275
108

0
18

2
1

2
0

25
1

1
4

26

18

8

18

8

0

0

0

0

106
599

92
557

14
43

90
552

10
26

1
3

0
3

1
1

4
15

496

430

66

406

17

40

16

5

12

116,239 101,723

93,814

1,724

12,235

3,021

3,386

2,059

32,259
J9,293
12,966

2,497
0
2,497

27,812
15,402
12,410

24
0
24

1,350
321
1,030

784
578
205

3,054
2,992
62

1,731
0
1,731

46
81,473

...

14,516

34,756
19,293
15,463

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 ,




430

3,248
1,705
995
710

46
69,418

0
12,019

6
65,997

0
1,700

5
10,879

0
2,238

35
296

0
328

4,012
33,362

3,775
26,897

237
6,464

3,699
25,289

62
814

153
5,923

12
1,041

0
140

85
155

23,109

18,276

4,833

16,990

320

4,895

802

75

28

10,253
44,064

8,622
38,746

1,631
5,318

8,300
37,008

495
824

1,028
4,803

239
1,185

65
156

126
88

703
702
435
267

635
634
435
199

68
68
0
68

449
449
270
178

0
0
0
0

67
67
26
42

73
73
70
3

74
74
69
5

39
39
0
39

0
1

0
1

0
0

0
1

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
D

0
0

165

67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
A. March 31, 1984'—Continued
Millions of dollars
Item
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
US. 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
110
Ill
1 12
1 13
1 14
115

By holder
Commercial banks in United States
Others

All states2
Total

California,
Branches Agencies Branches Agencies total3
New York

4

I

4

Other states3
Illinois,
branches Branches Agencies

515
301
161
140

257
112
74
39

259
189
88
101

255
111
72
39

181
117
19
98

47
44
42
2

0
0
0
0

1
1
1
0

32
28
28
1

0
214

0
144

0
70

0
144

0
64

0
2

0
0

0
0

0
3

34
45

13
33

21
13

13
33

20
12

1
1

0
0

0
0

0
0

13

13

0

13

0

0

0

0

0

33
134

20
98

13
36

20
98

12
33

1
0

0
0

0
0

0
3

21,196

15,479

5,716

14,226

680

5,026

840

279

146

17,532
3,664

12,271
3,208

5,260
456

11,155
3,071

346
334

4,893
132

718
121

279
0

141
5

14,660

5,586

13,468

570

5,006

778

279

146

1,836
12,824

30
5,556

1,826
11,642

12
558

9
4,996

10
769

0
279

9
137

820

130

758

110

20

62

0

0

By type
One-day maturity or continuing contract . . . 20,245
Securities sold under agreements to
repurchase
1,865
Other
...
18,380
Other securities sold under agreements
950
to repurchase

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)

46,605
43,422
41,217
2,205
3,183
2,806
376

27,595
24,748
22,742
2,006
2,847
2,621
227

19,010
18,674
18,475
199
335
186
150

26,026
23,230
21,285
1,945
2,796
2,574
222

2,130
2,060
1,995
65
70
6
64

16,520
16,224
16,190
35
296
205
90

760
750
733
17
10
10
0

496
484
443
41
12
12
0

674
674
573
101
0
0
0

123 All other liabilities
124 Acceptances executed and outstanding 6 . .
,
125 Net due to related banking institutions .
126 Other

49,597
15,885
29,760
3,952

37,850
12,303
22,153
3,394

11,747
3,582
7,607
558

29,085
11,863
14,086
3,136

1,299
178
1,016
105

7,978
3,331
4,216
431

6,034
252
5,682
100

2,023
169
1,738
115

3,178
91
3,021
66

87,169

74,522

12,647

67,193

217

12,145

2,636

3,237

1,741

29,363
57,806

27,540
46,982

1,823
10,824

22,826
44,367

1
216

1,125
11,019

1,148
1,488

3,121
116

1,142
599

55

31

25

11

0

12

7

9

16

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

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 or
more, 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
1 35 Statutory or regulatory asset maintenance
requirement ...
....
136 Commercial letters of credit
1 37 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)

166



8,932

8,912

20

7,737

1

172

281

731

10

3,998

2,873

1,125

2,584

100

1,026

61

226

1

60,977

60,438

539

52,707

429

115

7,648

16

63

8,776
7,976
15,937
13,183
2,754

8,331
5,323
13,328
10,868
2,460

444
2,653
2,608
2,315
293

5,606
4,782
11,483
9,310
2,173

0
181
87
7
81

478
2,321
1,914
1,713
201

379
242
944
756
188

1,873
252
513
475
37

440
199
996
921
75

1,616

1,479

137

1,312

0

132

55

22

96

67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
A. March 31, 19841—Continued
Millions of* dollars
Item

All states2

Ti

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 institutions6. .
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-US, branches
and agencies
152
Non-U. S. banking companies and
offices
153 Gross due to related banking institutions6 . . . .
154 US. 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-US, branches
and agencies
161
Non-US, banking companies and
offices

Total
891

Branches4 Agencies Branches4 Agencies




517

California,
total3

Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches Agencies
39

1

13

1 171

76

141

18

1 640
1,300
101

12405
15,528
7 149

609
1,881
187

311
3,446
2939

293
1,678
749

101
3
98

184

o

1 199

6,870
447
6,423
279
8 379

184
3
1 694

2,938
19
2,919
0
508

748
80
668
2
928

1,198

8,203

1,684

498

840

6

556

335

5 088

3 893

1 194

3 610

71

31 191
87,851
22 933

17 104
69,840
15 155

14,088
18,011
7 778

15 933
64,018
11 807

22,396
1 138
21,258
537
64918

14,898
640
14,258
257
54 685

7,498
498
7,000
280
10233

11,554
588
10,966
253
52 211

62,630

52,662

9,968

50,208

o

317

2,288

2,023

265

2,003

1

176

10

95,710
22,571

79,096
16 509

16,614
6,063

67,771
9 880

1,882
304

11,694
3,188

7,528
3 787

2,866
2,354

3,969
3,057

22,306
945
21,361
265
73 139

16295
460
15 835
214
62 587

6,011
485
5,526
52
10552

9767
409
9 358
113
57 891

304
23
281
0
1 577

3 159
444
2 715
29
8 506

3 707
0
3 707
80
3 742

2,342
17
2,325
12
511

3,027
52
2,975
31
911

71 235

60794

10 441

56 125

1 573

8419

3 727

511

880

1,793

110

1,766

4

87

15

1

31

52 623
3,784

165 129
35,273

6446
457

42 637
3,500

10231
1,860

6,641
295

6,125
256

1,086
31,812
4,958
15,045

5,518
84064
15,489
92461

510
4 080
577
1 992

522
24738
3,954
12,389

114
7 311
1,029
3 090

73
3,442
112
3,743

76
4,640
720
2,114

1,762

21 662

11

1,103

1,088

3,343

1,084

5,525
19,105

13,873
23,341

609
2,232

4,994
16,584

614
705

343
473

153
560

177

173

31

115

43

32

51

1,904

Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar
month) ending with report date
237,209 184 586
162 Total assets
163 Cash and due from depository institutions . . . 41,640 37,857
164 Federal funds sold and securities purchased
6,813
under agreements to resell
5,727
128,275 96463
165 Total loans ,
166 Loans to banks in foreign countries
21,881 16,923
167 Total deposits and credit balances
115,790 100745
168 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000
28,291 26 529
or more
169 Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreements to repurchase
15,060
20,585
170 Other liabilities for borrowed money
43,894 24,789
171 Number of reports filed8

New York

445

268

10

89

167

67. Assets and liabilities of U.S branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
B. June 30, 1984'
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 . .
Time and savings balances with
8
commercialbanks in United
States . . .
Balances with other depository
9
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
20 Federal funds sold and securities
purchased under agreements
to resell
21
22
23
24
25
26

By holder
Commercial banks in United States . .
Others
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

168



New York

Branches3 Agencies Branches3 Agencies

Calistates2
°_^L
fornia, 1 Illinois, I
total4 jbranchesJBranehes Agencies

251,835

196,633

55,202

175,019

5,803

45,717

11,777

6,613

6,906

54,479

49,704

4,775

46,601

331

4,613

2,057

492

384

22

19

2

14

1

2

2

2

1

990
46

924
46

66
0

829
38

14
0

45
0

24
8

54
0

25
0

1,409

1,237

171

1,117

53

95

80

21

42

51,732

47,209

4,522

44,343

259

4,465

1,939

414

312

25,249

22,556

2,693

20,886

213

2,585

1,128

250

187

13

0

11

1

541

528

14

516

0

25,941
2,056

24,125
2,020

1,816
36

22,940
1,953

46
10

1,867
36

811
57

152
0

125
0

23,885
281

22,105
268

1,780
13

20,987
260

36
4

1,831
6

753
4

152
2

125
4

143,379

109,205

34,173

94,521

4,364

27,0%

9,046

3,303

5,049

9,790
4,962

8,888
4,744

902
218

8,412
4,522

103
87

801
54

319
174

33
25

122
100

538

518

20

512

1

16

1

2

6

66

56

10

41

0

1

14

1

9

4,224

3,570

654

3,337

15

731

129

5

1

6,923

5,965

958

5,722

521

374

158

73

74

6,120
804

5,463
502

656
302

5,220
502

234
287

359
15

158
0

73
0

74
0

6,364

5,406

958

5,163

521

374

158

73

74

269
6,095

222
5,183

47
912

222
4,940

40
482

0
374

0
158

0
73

7
67

559

559

0

559

0

0

0

0

0

133,958
369
133,589

100,638
320
100,317

33,321
49
33,272

86,418
308
86,110

4,264
4
4,261

26,340
45
26,295

8,733
6
8,727

3,274
4
3,270

4,929
2
4,927

67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
B. June 30, 1984'—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 .

New York

Branches3 Agencies Branches3 Agencies

California,
total4

Other states2
niinois,
branches Branches Agencies

4,883
52,204
28,605

2,147
40,293
21,670

2,736
11,911
6,935

1,377
35,654
19,170

16
887
234

1,996
10,784
6,946

225
3,655
1,830

252
497
316

1,017
111
109

24,302
4,303
21,168
870
20,298
2,431

17,717
3,953
16,389
688
15,700
2,234

6,585
350
4,779
182
4,597
197

15,708
3,462
14,747
639
14,108
1,737

199
35
596
0
596
57

6,660
286
3,714
210
3,504
125

1,361
468
1,337
16
1,321
489

304
12
180
5
175
1

69
40
594
0
594
23

1,080
58,228
35,540
22,687

1,079
43,622
25,813
17,809

1
14,606
9,728
4,878

1,001
35,790
19,452
16,339

1
1,861
259
1,602

77
11,546
8,621
2,926

0
4,271
3,665
606

1
2,316
1,624
691

0
2,443
1,920
524

252
17,311

226
13,270

26
4,040

179
12,417

2
1,498

27
1,909

8
574

29
180

8
733

16,457
854

12,559
711

3,897
143

11,784
633

1,477
20

1,799
110

545
29

146
34

706
27

47 Lease financing receivables
0
47,054
48 All other assets
49 Customers' liability on acceptances
outstanding
16,435
50
U.S. addressees (domicile)
10,433
6,002
51
Non-U S addressees (domicile)
6
52 Net due from related banking institutions . . . 24,304
53 Other
,
6,315

0
31,759

0
15,295

0
28,174

0
587

0
13,633

0
516

0
2,745

0
1,399

12,238
6,981
5,257
14,611
4,910

4,197
3,452
745
9,693
1,405

11,783
6,763
5,020
12,017
4,374

131
31
100
262
194

3,994
3,416
578
8,536
1,104

197
174
23
26
293

228
29
199
2,388
129

103
20
83
1,075
221

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




169

67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
B. June 30, 19841—Continued
Millions of dollars
Item

All states2

5

New

3

3

York

_J frTmfa
'
Branches Agencies Branches Agencies 3

Ti.

Total

Other states2
Ulinois,
branches Branches | Agencies

251,835

196,633

55,202

175,019

5,803

45,717

11,777

6,613

6,906

132,311
55 Total deposits and credit balances
56 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
40,698
21 530
57
U S addressees (domicile)
58
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) , . , 19,168
59 U.S. government, states, and political
115
subdivisions in United States
60 All other
91,499
61
Foreign governments and official
institutions
5,845
62
Commercial banks in United States 36,533
63
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
26,548
64
Other commercial banks in
9,985
United States
65
Banks in foreign countries
. . . 48 667
6,803
66
Foreign branches of U.S. banks .
67
Other banks in foreign countries . 41,865
68
Certified and officers' checks,
travelers checks, and letters of
453
credit sold for cash

114,725

17,586

105,079

2,034

14,928

3,838

3,898

2,534

37,863
21 464
16,399

2,835
66
2,769

32,574
17 122
15,453

87
18
69

1,568
386
1,182

1,013
735
278

3,358
3,253
105

2,098
17
2,081

115
76,747

0
14,751

25
72,480

0
1,948

4
13,356

3
2,822

83
457

0
437

5,528
289298

318
8,235

5,273
26,367

140
939

221
7,679

20
1,242

61
149

130
156

20,226

6,322

18,622

423

6,307

1,081

78

38

8,072
42 531
5,373
37,159

1,913
6 136
1,430
4,706

7,745
40482
4,962
35,520

516
839
202
637

1,372
5,424
1,303
4,121

161
1 546
215
1,332

72
240
107
134

119
135
15
121

390

63

358

30

31

14

6

15

3 392

3 175

217

2 852

30

85

135

142

148

1 757
1 070
687

1 650
1 070
580

107
0
107

1 436
875
560

o

1
1

48
21
26

114
109
5

69
64
5

90
0
90

9
1 626

9
1 516

no

0

5
1 411

0
30

0
37

0
21

4
69

0
58

437
160

434
139

3
21

370
136

0
0

1
1

2
0

61
1

2
21

16

16

o

15

o

1

0

0

0

144
576

123
553

21
22

121
547

0

0
3

0
5

1
1

21
20

54 Total liabilities

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 oanks
78
Other commerciafbanks in
United States
79
Banks in foreign countries
80
Certified and officers' checks,
travelers checks, and letters of
credit sold for cash

o

453

390

63

358

30

31

14

6

15

127 833
81 Time deposits . . .
82 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
. ... 38 001
19 875
83
U S addressees (domicile)
84
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . 18,127
85 U.S. government, states, and political
105
subdivisions in United States . . . .
89,727
86 All other
87
Foreign governments and official
institutions
5,369
88
Commercial banks in United States 36,356
89
US. branches and agencies of
26 532
other foreign banks
90
Other commercial banks in
United States
9,825
48002
91
Banks in foreign countries

1 10 688

17 145

101 553

1 906

14,742

3 627

3,688

2,317

35 441
19 875
15,566

2 560

o

30553
15 888
14,666

38

2,560

38

o

1,422
307
1,115

823
554
269

3,222
3 126
96

1,943
0
1,943

105
75 142

0
14,585

21
70979

0
1,868

4
13,317

3
2,801

79
388

0
374

5 077
28,156

292
8,201

4 885
26,226

119
927

218
7,677

18
1,242

0
148

128
135

20 210

6 322

18 606

423

6 306

1 081

78

38

7,946
41 910

1,879
6092

7 621
39 867

504
822

1,371
5,421

161
1 541

70
240

97
111

737

669

67

483

0

66

75

66

46

736
445
292

669
445
224

67
0
67

483
285
198

0
0
0

66
26
40

75
72
4

66
62
4

46
0
46

0
0

0

0

0

0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

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

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67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
B. June 30, 1984'—Continued
Millions of dollars
Item

All states2

New York

California,
3
3
Branches Agencies Branches Agencies total4

Total

Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches Agencies

350
204
140
63

193
103
75
29

157
100
66
34

191
102
73
29

99
49
18
31

35
33
32
1

0
0
0
0

1
1
1
0

24
20
17
3

0
146

0
89

0
57

0
89

0
50

0
2

0
0

0
0

0
4

40
17

17
4

22
13

17
4

21
12

1
1

0
0

0
0

0
0

1

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

16
90

3
68

13
22

3
68

12
17

1
0

0
0

0
0

0
4

20,060

14,258

5,802

13,295

518

5,260

452

330

205

16,365
3,694

10,956
3,301

5,409
393

10,052
3,243

258
260

5,144
116

403
48

330
0

111
28

13,593

5,724

12,669

446

5,255

413

330

205

2,172
U,421

30
5,694

2,170
10,500

12
434

10
5,245

1
412

0
330

10
195

664

78

626

72

6

39

0

0

45,511
41,436
39,923
1,513
4,075
3,685
390

27,294
23,780
22,399
1,381
3,514
3,230
284

18,217
17,656
17,524
132
561
455
106

25,464
22,001
20,691
1,309
3,463
3,206
258

1,949
1,883
1,856
27
66
6
60

16,183
15,648
15,599
50
534
462
73

923
914
893
21
8
8
0

558
555
521
34
3
3
0

435
435
362
73
0
0
0

53,953
123 All other liabilities
17,742
124 Acceptances executed and outstanding 6
125 Net due to related banking institutions . . . . 32,298
126 Other
. . .
3,912

40,357
13,791
23,304
3,262

13,597
3,952
8,994
650

31,180
13,305
14,915
2,961

1,302
155
1,029
118

9,346
3,748
5,094
504

6,565
214
6,232
119

1,828
242
1,474
113

3,732
79
3,555
98

93,555

78,687

14,868

69,787

243

14,402

3,564

3,551

2,010

32,301
61,254

30,389
48,299

1,913
12,955

25,160
44,626

10
232

1,328
13,074

1,270
2,294

3,202
349

1,331
679

61

33

28

13

0

12

7

8

20

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

8,610

8,563

47

7,238

0

206

340

815

11

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
111
1 12
113
114
115

By type
One-day maturity or continuing contract . . . 19,318
Securities sold under agreements to
repurchase
2,202
Other
17,116
Other securities sold under agreements
742
to repurchase

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)

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
or more, 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)




4,404

3,092

1,312

2,711

59

1,309

34

290

1

60,591

60,034

557

51,403

444

123

8,531

23

67

9,361
7,858
17,884
14,732
3,152

8,939
5,232
15,379
12,545
2,834

422
2,627
2,505
2,188
318

5,885
4,609
13,060
10,542
2,518

0
141
97
4
93

500
2,333
1,905
1,689
216

405
307
1,266
1,097
170

2,152
223
650
595
54

418
246
907
805
101

3,098

2,964

134

2,647

0

101

166

86

97

171

67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
B. June 30, 19841—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 institutions6. .
145 U S addressees (domicile)
146
Branches and agencies in the United
States
147
In the same state as reporter
In other states
148
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. oanking companies and
offices

1

New York

California,
Branches Agencies Branches Agencies | total4
3

3

Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches Agencies

674

395

279

332

10

260

59

0

12

5,743

4,348

1,395

4,170

70

1,375

85

40

4

30,272
94,768
26,456

16,768
75,547
17,624

13,504
19,221
8,832

15,307
68,801
14,089

1,564
1,233
42

12,067
16,500
8,291

786
2,559
147

413
3,501
2,969

136
2,173
918

25,900
2,153
23,747
556
68,312

17,265
1,075
16,190
360
57,922

8,635
1,078
7,557
197
10,389

13,741
1,001
12,739
349
54,712

42
2
40
0
1,191

8,092
1,033
7,060
198
8,209

141
0
141
7
2,412

2,969
4
2,965
0
532

915
113
802
3
1,255

65,675

55,548

10,127

52,376

1,177

8,096

2,373

532

1,121

2,637

2,375

262

2,336

15

113

39

153 Gross due to related banking institutions . . . . 102,762
154 U S addressees (domicile)
26,350
155
Branches and agencies in the United
States
25,990
156
In the same state as reporter
2,317
23,674
157
In other states
158
U.S. banking subsidiaries7
360
76,412
159 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
160
Head office and non-US, branches
74,185
and agencies
161
Non-U.S. oanking companies and
2,227
offices

84,240
18,554

18,522
7,796

71,699
11,342

2,000
215

13,058
4,518

8,765
4,540

2,586
2,040

4,653
3,694

18,251
1,260
16,991
303
65,686

7,739
1,056
6,683
57
10,726

11,138
1,181
9,957
204
60,357

215
22
193
0
1,785

4,487
1,033
3,453
31
8,540

4,455
0
4,455
85
4,225

2,030
4
2,026
10
546

3,665
77
3,588
30
959

63,619

10,566

58,342

1,734

8,433

4,210

546

920

2,067

160

2,015

51

107

15

0

39

55,243
4,824

175,699
43,538

6,133
322

45,620
4,688

11,458
1,952

6,468
419

6,799
357

951
33,675
4,897
17,536

6,284
86,102
14,040
100,368

576
4,264
602
1,935

319
26,658
4,037
15,059

155
8,531
1,063
3,844

62
3,346
130
3,745

72
4,925
566
2,462

6

162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170

Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar
month) ending with report date
Total assets
252,176 196,933
Cash and due from depository institutions . . . 51,275 46,451
Federal funds sold and securities purchased
under agreements to resell
7,468
6,518
Total loans
133,826 100,151
Loans to banks in foreign countries
20,438
15,541
127,413 109,877
Total deposits and credit balances ...
Time CDs in denominations of $100,000
or more
31,112 29,281
Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreements to repurchase
19,486
14,431
Other liabilities for borrowed money . .
45,362
27,008

171 Number of reports filed8

172



452

279

0

135

1,831

24,005

16

1,334

1,267

3,260

1,230

5,055
18,354

13,402
25,317

534
1,983

4,515
16,206

556
821

307
539

172
496

173

178

30

116

44

32

52

67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
C. September 30, 19841
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
20 Federal funds sold and securities
purchased under agreements
to resell
21
22
23
24
25
26

By holder
Commercial banks in United States . .
Others
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




New York

Branches3 Agencies Branches3 Agencies

California,
total4

Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches Agencies

259,605

204,661

54,945

183,178

5,847

45,001

12,278

58,246

52,965

5,281

49,965

380

5,109

1,901

5,919
521

7,382
370

27

24

3

18

1

2

2

1

1

815
23

761
22

55
1

684
21

16
1

40
0

22
1

40
0

14
0

1,292

1,104

188

1,025

60

106

37

21

43

55,817

50,805

5,012

47,976

301

4,940

1,834

456

310

28,905

25,959

2,946

24,251

231

2,854

1,077

289

202

92

72

20

70

0

4

0

0

17

26,820
1,656

24,774
1,601

2,046
56

23,654
1,544

70
26

2,082
21

757
56

167
0

91
8

25,163
273

23,173
251

1,990
22

22,109
241

43
2

2,061
21

700
5

167
3

83
1

142,249

108,494

33,765

93,877

4,383

26,221

8,970

10,781
4,888

9,665
4,703

1,116
186

9,112
4,442

81
56

1,015
56

387
216

26
18

159
100

681

663

18

657

0

16

1

2

5

3,351

5,447

131

121

10

107

0

1

13

1

9

5,081

4,178

903

3,907

25

943

156

5

45

9,103

7,673

1,430

7,079

778

601

499

75

72

7,924
1,179

6,886
787

1,038
391

6,301
111

443
335

544
56

489
10

75
0

72
0

8,955

7,527

1,428

6,933

778

599

499

75

72

213
8,742

177
7,350

36
1,392

175
6,758

22
756

2
597

0
499

0
75

14
58

147

146

1

146

0

1

0

0

0

131,846
377
131,468

99,142
323
98,820

32,703
55
32,649

85,073
309
84,764

4,305
3
4,302

25,258
52
25,206

8,590
8
8,582

3,328
3,325

5,291
3
5,289

173

67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
C. September 30, 1984'—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2
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
US. 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

174




New York

3

Cali-

3

Branches Agencies Branches Agencies

4

total

4 815
48 765
26,037

2,132
38295
20,316

2,684
10470
5,721

1,355
34220
18,051

22
752

22 530
3 507
20,018

17 054
3 262
15,498

5 476

15 246
2 806
14,223

19230
2,711

14,929
2,482

4,301

229

13 698
1,945

535
47

3,268

1,162
60,333
37 224
23 110

1,098
45,180
26989
18,191

65
15,153
10235
4,918

1,023
36,940
20 186
16,755

5
1,778
220
1 558

273
16,496

241
12,197

33
4,300

194
11,343

15 702

11 539

4 163

788

.

795

569

658

o

245

4,520

219

137

o

171

1,948
9520
5,818

254
3 091
1,664

240
504
245

997
678
88

148

5 593

196

1 287
377
924
17
907
503

198
46
258
6
252
1

58
30
570
0
570
19

135
11,736
8 743
2,994

0
4,639
4 075
564

0
2,393
1 694
699

0
2,847
2 307
540

4
1,745

28
1,891

8
597

28
162

11
758

10 771

1 727

1 797

567
30

118
44

721
37

13,070

o

0
909

0
1 972

0
1,492

4601
4,168
433
7,321
1,148

215
179
36
373
321

216
37
178
1,611
145

82
12
70
1,152
258

525

571

23
535

o

18

35 538

o

50007

14469

32 257

0
307

18 919
11,951
6 968
23,523
7 564

14223
7,795
6428
15,220
6,096

4 697
4,157
540
8,303
1,469

13 758
7,547
6 211
12,997
5,503

47

0

Illinois,; Overstates2
branches Branches j Agencies

8
39
69
190

225
3,507

239

94

67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
C. September 30, 19841—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

New York

Branches3 Agencies Branches3 Agencies

Total

California,
total4

Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches Agencies

259,605

204,661

54,945

183,178

5,847

45,001

12,278

5,919

7,382

138,444
55 Total deposits and credit balances
56 Individuals, partnerships, and
40,117
corporations
57
US. addressees (domicile) .
20,630
19,486
58
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . .
59 U.S. government, states, and political
86
subdivisions in United States
98,241
60 All other
.
. . . .
61
Foreign governments and official
institutions
5,742
39,309
62
Commercial banks in United States
63
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
..
28,403
64
Other commercial banks in
10,906
United States
65
Banks in foreign countries. .
52,776
6,585
66
Foreign branches of U.S. banks .
67
Other banks in foreign countries . 46,191
68
Certified and officers' checks,
travelers checks, and letters of
credit sold for cash
413

120,765

17,679

111,732

1,801

15,153

4,141

3,014

2,602

37,144
20,551
16,593

2,972
79
2,894

32,435
16,735
15,700

86
10
76

1,552
402
1,150

1,312
1,066
245

2,499
2,399
100

2,234
18
2,215

86
83,534

0
14,707

27
79,270

0
1,715

4
13,597

20
2,810

36
480

0
368

5,446
31,152

297
8,157

5,246
28,895

164
867

206
7,726

25
1,416

31
298

70
107

22,042

6,361

20,141

380

6,370

1,240

230

43

9,110
46,572
5,272
41,299

1,796
6,204
1,313
4,892

8,754
44,796
4,944
39,852

487
666
157
508

1,357
5,635
1,213
4,422

176
1,357
219
1,138

68
146
40
106

64
176
12
164

365

49

334

19

30

11

4

16

54 Total liabilities

..

.*

..

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 commercialbanks 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
8 6 A l l 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




3,212

3,005

208

2,715

22

83

129

109

154

1,785
1,111
674

1,660
1,111
548

125
0
125

1,444
917
527

3
0
3

47
23
24

113
110
3

71
61
10

108
0
108

4
1,422

4
1,340

0
82

4
1,268

0
19

0
35

1
16

0
38

0
46

288
123

286
119

2
4

253
115

0
0

2
1

2
1

31
2

1
3

26

25

0

25

0

0

0

0

0

97
598

94
571

3
27

90
567

0
0

1
3

1
2

2
0

3
26

413

365

49

334

19

30

11

4

16

133,980

116,786

17,194

108,228

1,651

14,946

3,941

2,835

2,378

37,341
18,935
18,406

34,687
18,935
15,751

2,655
0
2,655

30,379
15,475
14,904

36
0
36

1,384
301
1,083

1,128
889
240

2,357
2,271
86

2,057
0
2,057

82
96,557

82
82,018

0
14,539

23
77,826

0
1,615

4
13,559

19
2,794

36
442

0
321

5,354
39,110

5,108
30,973

245
8,137

4,942
28,720

116
851

203
7,725

23
1,415

0
296

69
103

28,323

21,963

6,361

20,062

380

6,370

1,240

230

43

10,786
52,093

9,010
45,936

1,776
6,157

8,658
44,165

471
648

1,356
5,630

175
1,356

66
146

60
150

765

691

73

507

0

67

71

70

49

765
454
311

691
454
238

73
0
73

507
294
214

0
0
0

67
27
41

71
67
3

70
66
4

49
0
49

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

175

67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
C. September 30, 1984'—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item
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
1 10 Commercial banks in United States .
1 1 1 Others
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

New York

Branches3 Agencies Branches3 Agencies

Total

Calilorma,
total4
tf^mtn

Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches j Agencies

487
225
130
96

283
107
51
56

204
119
79
40

281
105
50
56

127
47
10
37

56
53
51
2

0
0
0
0

1
1
1
0

21
20
18
2

0
261

0
176

0
85

0
176

0
81

0
3

0
0

0
0

0
1

100
77

52
60

49
17

52
60

47
16

1
0

0
0

0
0

0
1

54

54

0

54

0

0

0

0

0

23
85

6
65

17
20

6
65

16
18

0
2

0
0

0
0

1
0

22,840

16,981

5,859

16,044

561

5,328

531

227

150

18 964
3,876

13,604
3,377

5 360
498

12,785
3,258

238
322

5,150
178

438
93

227
0

126
24

21,680

15,939

5,741

15,039

465

5,304

4%

227

150

2,109
19,571

2,078
13,861

31
5,710

2,042
12,997

12
453

25
5,279

20
476

0
227

10
140

1,160

1,042

118

1,005

96

24

35

0

0

1,015
999
979
20
16
16
0

635
626
592
34
9
9
0

686
686
565
121
0
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)

40,299
38,460
37 125
1,335
1,839
1 663
176

23,717
22,089
20 914
1,175
1,628
1 543
85

16,582
16,371
16211
160
211
120
91

21,697
20,117
19,018
1,098
1,581
1 496
85

1,940
1,881
1,845
37
59
8
51

14,325
14,151
14,125
25
174
134
40

123 AH other liabilities
124 Acceptances executed and outstanding6
125 Net due to related banking institutions
126 Other

58023
20,934
32,058
5 031

43,198
15,951
22,892
4 356

14 825
4,983
9,166
676

33,704
15,446
14,263
3 995

1,545
62
1,364
120

10,196
4,869
4,797
530

6,591
230
6,195
166

2,043
242
1,685
116

3,943
85
3,753
105

98,855

83,634

15,221

75,319

43

14,782

3,889

2,738

2,084

31 388
67 467

29,449
54 186

1 939
13 281

24,786
50533

0
43

1,286
13,496

1,613
2,276

2,315
423

1,388
696

59

33

26

14

0

12

7

8

18

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

10,000

9,956

44

8,173

0

213

403

1,199

12

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 or
more, 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)

176



3 951

2 529

1 422

2 183

105

1,381

8

275

0

59,629

58,823

806

49,682

736

135

9,034

18

24

9,370
7 869
20 556
17,264
3,292

8,920
5,329
17,616
14,661
2,955

450
2 539
2 940
2,603
337

5,469
4,800
14,934
12,310
2,624

0
150
124
9
115

482
2,311
2,272
2,083
189

439
218
1,615
1,386
229

2,532
201
625
578
47

447
188
986
898
88

3,182

2,960

222

2,627

0

195

182

84

94

67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
C. September 30, 19841—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

New York

Tj.

Item
Total
141 Holdings of commercial paper included in
662
total gross loans
142 Holdings of acceptances included in total
4,354
commercial and industrial loans
143 Immediately available funds with a maturity
greater than one day (included in other
29,618
liabilities for borrowed money)
144 Gross due from related banking institutions6. . 102,489
26,170
145 U S. addressees (domicile)
146
Branches and agencies in the United
25,570
States
.
147
In the same state as reporter
1,849
23 722
148
In other states
7
149
U S banking subsidiaries
599
76,319
150 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
151
Head office and non-U.S. branches
74 135
and agencies
152
Non-U.S. banking companies and
2,184
offices
6

153 Gross due to related banking institutions . . . . 111,023
32 844
154 U S addressees (domicile)
155
Branches and agencies in the United
States
32,466
156
In the same state as reporter
1,979
157
In other states
30,487
378
158
U S banking subsidiaries7
78,179
159 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
160
Head office and non-U.S. branches
75 787
and agencies
161
Non-U.S. banking companies and
2 391
offices

Branches3 Agencies Branches3 Agencies




462

Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches Agencies

393

268

345

4

251

45

0

17

3,129

1,225

2,991

61

1,205

81

11

5

17,419
84,008
18,256

12,200
18,481
7,914

15,806
77,368
14,977

1,608
850
37

10,576
16,434
7,524

875
2,972
544

467
2,912
2,351

286
1,954
737

17,838
1,002
16 836

7,732

14,587

7,340

2,348

6,886

13,633

6,499

184

523
0
523
21

10,567

62,391

8,909

2,428

3
561

735
49
686
1

65,752

37
2
35
0
813

1,217

63 877

10258

60 557

787

8 753

2 399

550

1 088

1,875

309

1,833

26

157

29

11

129

91,679
25 597

19,344
7 247

78,635
18 519

2,145
69

13,909
4278

8,794
4 192

2,986
2,202

4,555
3 585

25,332
1,108
24,225

7,134
871
6,263

18,361
1,056
17,305

69
11
58

4,225
859
3,366

4,105
1
4,104

2,185
3
2,182

54

87

66,082

12,097

60,116

2,076

9,631

4,602

17
785

3,522
49
3,473

63 844

11 943

57,903

2,039

9,521

4,592

785

947

2 238

153

2 213

36

110

10

0

22

54477
5,028

181 204
47,913

5 750
346

44 689
4,833

11 521
1,884

5,857
376

7 374
354

1,046
31 976
4,357
17,108

6,318
81 840
14,364
107,099

607
4 032

250
8 324

63
3,336

73
5 282

1,757

392
24 846
3,577
14,684

4,025

2S955

2,498

1 840

24 368

o

1 294

1,280

2 490

1 279

5 299
16,674

15 004
21,879

528
1,825

4 839
14,649

474
942

270
621

138
605

171

185

28

120

45

32

52

418

265

Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar
month) ending with report date
162 Total assets
256 394 201 916
50,678
163 Cash and due from depository institutions . . . 55,706
164 Federal funds sold and securities purchased
6,655
7,701
under agreements to resell
127 661 95 686
165 Total loans
20,051
15,694
166 Loans to banks in foreign countries
133,018 115,910
167 Total deposits and credit balances
168 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000
or more
30 712 28 872
169 Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreements to repurchase
21 252
15 953
1 70 Other liabilities for borrowed money
40,521 23,847
171 Number of reports filed8.

California,
total4

291

847
181

114

954
390

158

o

522

841

791

2

2,345

251

63
970

546

177

67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
D, December 31, 1984'
Millions of dollars
Item
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 AH other balances with deoository
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
20 Federal funds sold and securities
purchased under agreements
to resell
21
22
23
24
25
26

By holder
Commercial banks in United States . .
Others
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

178



All states2
Total

New York
3

3

1 Branches Agencies Branches Agencies

California,
total4

Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches Agencies

272,438

215,825

56,613

191,816

5,880

46,287

14,159

6,547

7,749

62,646

56,861

5,785

53,039

332

5,581

2,926

309

459

30

28

2

22

1

2

3

2

1

1,085
37

1,023
36

62
2

916
35

26
1

44
0

45
1

42
0

12
1

1,461

1,247

215

1,157

81

95

50

23

55

59,830

54,332

5,498

50,729

220

5,436

2,819

238

388

30,279

26,942

3,337

24,873

188

3,125

1,663

151

279

92

63

29

63

0

4

0

0

26

29,459
2,019

27,328
1,939

2,132
81

25,793
1,893

33
6

2,307
66

1J56
46

87
0

84
9

27,440
202

25,389
196

2,051
6

23,900
181

27
2

2,241
5

1,111
8

87
3

75
2

151,075

115,235

35,840

99,748

4,522

27,974

9,667

3,575

5,589

11,597
4,705

10,111
4,423

1,486
283

9,534
4,175

163
146

1,300
60

405
207

35
17

158
100

587

572

15

557

0

15

0

12

2

77

68

10

54

0

1

13

1

9

6,228

5,049

1,179

4,748

17

1,225

186

5

47

8,983

7,837

1,146

7,389

639

506

287

95

67

7,577
1,407

6,706
1,131

870
276

6,277
1,112

374
265

496
10

269
19

95
0

66
1

8,184

7,042

1,143

6,594

639

503

287

95

66

90
8,095

60
6,982

30
1,113

60
6,534

16
623

0
503

0
287

0
95

14
53

799

795

4

795

0

3

0

0

1

139,628
150
139,478

105,229
104
105,124

34,399
46
34,354

90,306
92
90,214

4,360
2
4,358

26,718
44
26,674

9,268
6
9,262

3,543
3
3,540

5,433
2
5,431

67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
D. December 31, 19841—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

New York

Branches3 Agencies Branches3 Agencies

California,
total4

Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches Agencies

5,085
50,873
24,902

2,444
38,650
17,639

2,641
12,223
7,263

1,562
34,283
15,608

23
903
179

1,805
10,954
7,264

336
3,364
1,468

264
610
272

1,095
759
110

20,919
3,983
22,557
862
21,695
3,414

13,971
3,668
17,942
625
17,317
3,068

6,947
315
4,614
237
4,378
346

12,459
3,149
16,554
593
15,961
2,121

179
0
675
29
645
50

6,927
337
3,384
166
3,218
305

1,061
408
986
27
959
910

216
56
337
5
332
1

77
33
620
41
579
29

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

2,288
64,587
41,936
22,651

2,218
49,355
31,367
17,989

70
15,232
10,569
4,663

2,143
40,585
24,098
16,487

30
1,683
252
1,431

115
11,952
9,027
2,925

0
5,055
4,450
604

0
2,463
1,750
713

0
2,850
2,358
492

276
16,519

246
12,315

30
4,204

201
11,532

3
1,718

25
1,867

8
505

28
178

10
719

15,667
852

11,595
721

4,073
132

10,912
621

1,705
13

1,771
97

473
33

128
50

679
40

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

0
49,733

0
35,891

0
13,842

0
31,639

0
387

0
12,226

0
1,279

0
2,568

0
1,634

19,578
12,234
7,344
23,272
6,883

14,820
8,015
6,805
15,614
5,457

4,757
4,218
539
7,658
1,426

14,380
7,769
6,611
12,362
4,897

55
7
48
150
182

4,692
4,277
415
6,395
1,139

147
130
17
826
306

212
36
176
2,229
128

92
14
77
1,310
232




179

67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
D. December 31, 19841—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

3

Branches Agencies Branches 1 Agencies

Total
5

New York

3

California,
total4

1

Other states2
Illinois, i
branches Branches J Agencies

54 Total liabilities

272,438

215,825

56,613

191,816

5,880

46,287

14,159

6,547

7,749

55 Total deposits and credit balances
56 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
57
U S addressees (domicile)
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . .
58
59 U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
60 All other
Foreign governments and official
61
institutions
62
Commercial banks in United States
U.S. branches and agencies of
63
other foreign banks
Other commercial banks in
64
United States
Banks in foreign countries
65
Foreign branches of U.S. banks .
66
Other banks in foreign countries .
67
68
Certified and officers' checks,
travelers checks, and letters of
credit sold for cash

147,641

127,254

20,387

116,804

1,717

17,379

4,825

3,704

3,212

45,230
25,010
20,220

41,685
24,945
16,740

3,544
65
3,480

35,550
19,724
15,826

79
10
68

1,627
369
1,258

1,918
1,696
222

3,291
3,181
110

2,765
30
2,735

109
102,303

109
85,460

0
16,843

26
81,228

0
1,639

6
15,746

12
2,894

65
348

0
448

7,101
41,305

6,772
31,658

328
9,646

6,571
29,598

169
755

198
9,251

39
1,374

7
189

118
137

31,024

23,177

7,847

21,496

377

7,842

1,192

74

42

10,280
53,341
7,030
46,311

8,481
46,524
5,175
41,348

1,799
6,817
1,855
4,963

8,102
44,581
4,749
39,831

377
696
264
432

1,409
6,271
1,670
4,601

182
1,470
312
1,158

115
148
18
130

96
176
16
160

557

506

51

479

19

26

12

4

17

69 Demand deposits
70 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
U.S. addressees (domicile)
71
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . .
72
73 U,S, government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
74 All other
75
Foreign governments and official
institutions
Commercial banks in United States
76
77
U.S. branches and agencies
of other foreign oanks
Other commercial banks in
78
United States
Banks in foreign countries
79
Certified and officers' checks,
80
travelers checks, and letters of
credit sold for cash

3,576

3,290

286

2,984

19

101

147

95

230

1,972
1,199
773

1,821
1,199
622

151
0
151

1,563
967
596

0
0
0

66
31
34

129
125
4

80
75
5

134
0
134

7
1,597

7
1,462

0
135

6
1,416

0
19

0
35

1
17

0
14

0
96

260
139

256
90

4
50

247
86

0
0

3
1

2
1

7
2

1
50

6

6

0

6

0

0

0

0

0

134
641

84
611

50
30

80
605

0
0

1
5

1
3

2
0

50
28

557

506

51

479

19

26

12

4

17

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
Foreign governments and official
87
institutions
Commercial banks in United States
88
U.S. branches and agencies of
89
other foreign banks
Other commercial banks in
90
United States
Banks in foreign countries
91

142,756

122,914

19,842

112,998

1,595

17,170

4,594

3,518

2,882

42,138
23,157
18,981

38,933
23,157
15,776

3,205
0
3,205

33,284
18,366
14,918

43
0
43

1,456
281
1,175

1,706
1,491
215

3,119
3,019
100

2,531
0
2,531

101
100,516

101
83,879

0
16,637

20
79,694

0
1,552

5
15,708

11
2,877

65
334

0
351

6,800
41,143

6,502
31,560

299
9,584

6,309
29,503

145
743

193
9,249

37
1,374

0
187

117
88

31,016

23,170

7,847

21,489

377

7,842

1,192

74

42

10,127
52,572

8,390
45,818

1,737
6,754

8,014
43,881

365
665

1,408
6,266

181
1,467

113
147

46
146

92 Savings deposits
93 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
94
U.S. addressees (domicile)
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) , . .
95
96 U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States . . . .
97 All other

907

813

94

587

0

78

83

91

68

906
517
389

812
517
295

94
0
94

587
321
265

0
0
0

78
30
48

83
80
3

91
86
5

68
0
68

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

180



67. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
D. December 31, 19841—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item
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
110
Ill
1 12
113
1 14
115

By holder
Commercial banks in United States
Others
...
.

Total

New York

Branches3 Agencies Branches3 Agencies

California,
total4

Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches Agencies

403
213
137
76

237
118
72
47

166
95
65
30

235
117
70
47

103
36
10
26

30
28
26
2

0
0
0
0

1
1
1
0

33
32
30
2

0
190

0
119

0
71

0
119

0
67

0
2

0
0

0
0

0
1

40
22

15
9

25
13

15
9

24
12

1
1

0
0

0
0

0
0

2

2

1

2

0

1

0

0

0

19
128

7
95

12
33

7
95

12
31

0
1

0
0

0
0

0

21,658

15,777

5,881

14,962

540

5,326

442

257

131

18,491
3,168

13,017
2,760

5,474
407

12,294
2,667

213
327

5,241
85

375
66

257
0

109
22

15,130

5,756

14,390

418

5,314

376

257

131

2,136
12,993

23
5,733

2,120
12,270

7
410

26
5,288

0
376

0
257

7
125

By type
One-day maturity or continuing contract . . . 20,886
Securities sold under agreements to
repurchase
2,159
18,726
Other
Other securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
772

1

648

125

572

122

12

66

0

0

1 16 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) .

39,512
37,081
35,729
1,352
2,431
2,163
268

24,126
21,853
20,769
1,084
2,273
2,085
188

15,386
15,228
14,960
268
158
78
80

21,362
19,335
18,329
1,006
2,028
1,840
188

1,939
1,881
1,835
46
58
13
45

13,072
12,972
12,876
96
100
65
35

1,604
1,359
1,337
22
245
245
0

685
685
652
34
0
0
0

849
849
701
148
0
0
0

123 All other liabilities
124 Acceptances executed and outstanding 6
125 Net due to related banking institutions . . . .
126 Other

63,627
21,970
36,773
4,885

48,668
16,972
27,497
4,199

14,959
4,997
9,276
686

38,688
16,489
18,358
3,841

1,683
54
1,522
107

10,511
4,953
4,995
562

7,289
172
6,943
174

1,900
209
1,585
105

3,556
92
3,369
96

88,371

17,750

78,750

52

16,859

4,540

3,395

2,525

34,845
53,527

2,391
15,359

29,154
49,596

0
52

1,347
15,512

1,845
2,695

3,091
304

1,798

56

32

33

0

15

8

8

25

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

MEMO
127 Time deposits of $100,000 or more
106,121
128 Certificates of deposit (CDs) in
denominations of $100,000 or
more
37,235
129 Other
68,886
130 Savings deposits authorized for automatic
transfer and NOW accounts
88
131 Money market time certificates of $10,000 or
more, and less than $100,000 with
original maturities of 26 weeks
0
132 Time certificates of deposit in
denominations of $100,000 or more
with remaining maturity of more than
12 months
11,119
133 Acceptances refinanced with a U.S.chartered bank
3,945
134 Statutory or regulatory asset pledge
requirement . .
60,627
135 Statutory or regulatory asset maintenance
requirement
10,053
136 Commercial letters of credit
8,649
137 Standby letters of credit, total
27,238
138 U.S. addressees (domicile)
23,628
139 Non-U.S addressees (domicile) .
3,609
140 Standby letters of credit conveyed to others
through participations (included in
4,182
total standby letters of credit)




111

10,950

169

8,940

0

221

536

1,285

138

2,657

1,288

2,121

97

1,326

0

401

1

59,512

1,115

49,501

1,038

146

9,894

24

23

9,813
6,190
23,735
20,540
3,195

240
2,459
3,503
3,089
414

5,875
5,576
20,252
17,405
2,846

0
135
92
12
80

514
2,239
2,930
2,707
222

538
253
2,247
1,964
283

2,889
218
626
597
29

236
229
1,092
943
149

3,822

360

3,464

0

382

175

64

97

181

ssets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
J. December 31, 19841—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 institutions6.
145 U.S. addressees (domicile)
146
Branches and agencies in the United
States
147
In the same state as reporter
In other states
148
149
U.S. banking subsidiaries7
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
150
151
Head office and non-US, 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
In the same state as reporter
156
157
In other states
U.S. banking subsidiaries7
158
159 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
Head office and non-U.S. branches
160
and agencies
161
Non-U.S. oanking companies and
offices

New York
Cali~~~" ~~ ™^"F"""'~" p f°rma»
~~ ™^Hp—'~ P fornia,
Branches3 Agencies Branches3] Agencies | total4

720

433

286

344

2

277

82

14

4,344

3,092

1,251

2,979

56

1,209

85

8

29,218
98,816
26,600

18,396
79,513
19,393

10,823
19,303
7,207

16,016
71,441
14,631

1,560
933
84

9,541
16,919
6,529

1,501
3,677
1,339

498
3,424
2,973

103
2,423
1,043

25,824
2,571
23,253
776
72,216

18,850
1,749
17,101
543
60,120

6,974
822
6,152
234
12,096

14,109
1,729
12,380
522
56,810

74
1
10
849

6,307
791
5,516
222
10,390

1,325
0
1,325
14
2,338

2,971
2
2,969
2
450

1,037
47
990
6
1,379

70,449

58,701

11,748

55,411

819

10,225

2,320

450

1,224

1,767

1,419

182



73

156

349

1,399

30

165

18

112,316
26,611

91,396
18,815

20,921
7,796

77,437
11,735

2,304
20

15,519
4,936

9,794
4,406

2,780
2,010

4,482
3,504

26,164
2,517
23,647
447
85,705

18,478
1,672
16,806
337
72,581

7,686
845
6,841
110
13,125

11,500
1,653
9,847
235
65,701

20
1
19
0
2,284

4,869
813
4,056
67
10,584

4,322
0
4,322
84
5,389

2,000
2
1,998
10
770

3,454
49
3,405
51
977

83,021

70,191

12,829

63,352 2,134

10,452

5,379

770

934

2,685

2,389

296

2,349

150

131

10

56,113
5,654

188,059
50,679

5,848
307

45,861
5,413

13,464
2,769

6,560
302

7,861
459

1,080
32,310
4,645
20,066

6,823
87,529
16,157
112,138

668
4,207
675
1,669

402
25,753
3,566
17,011

192
8,871
974
4,724

55
3,547
344
3,630

77
4,605
587
3,141

2,308

27,157

4,769
14,995

14,297
21,874

422
1,885

4,370
12,832

510
1,467

273
654

104
722

170

187

26

119

45

32

53

Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar
month) ending with report date
162 Total assets
267,652 211,538
163 Cash and due from depository institutions . . . 59,929 54,276
164 Federal funds sold ami securities purchased
under agreements to resell
7,137
8,217
165 Total loans
134,512 102,202
166 Loans to banks in foreign countries
22,302
17,657
142,313 122,247
167 Total deposits and credit balances
168 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000
or more
35,125
32,817
169 Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreements to repurchase
19,975
15,206
170 Other liabilities for borrowed money
39,433 24,439
171 Number of reports filed8

Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches Agencies

462

292

1,335

0

43

1,797 3,118 1,719

68. Claims on foreign countries held by ILS* offices and foreign branches of U,S.-chartered banks1
Billions of dollars, end of period

1983

Area or country

19 84
2

Mar.

2 G-10 countries and Switzerland
3 Belgium- Luxembourg
4 France
5 Germany . .
6 Italy .
.
....
7 Netherlands
8 Sweden
9 Switzerland
10 United Kingdom
1 1 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 .
3

.

..
...

...

...
...

...

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec,

431.0

437.3

434.2

429.2

409.7

407.6

177.1
13.3
17.1
12.6
10.5
4.0
4.7
4.8
70.8
10 8
28,5

168.8
12.6
16.2
11.6
9.9
3.6
4.9
4.2
67.8
89
29.0

168.0
12.4
16.3
11.3
11 4
3.5
5.1
4.3
65.4
83
29.9

166.1
11.0
15.9
11.7
11.2
3.4
5.2
4.3
65.1
86
29.8

157.6
10.8
14,2
10.9
11 5
3.0
4.3
4,2
604
89
29 3

148.1
9.8
14.3
10.0
9.7
3.4
3.5
3.9
57.4
81
27,9

147.5
8.8
14.0
9.0
10.1
3.9
3.2
4.0
59.7
78
27 1

340
21
3.3
21
2.9
33
1.4
70
1.5
23
36
46

345
2.1
3.4
21
2.9
34
1.4
72
1.4
2.0
39
45

34 3
1.9
3.3
1.8
2.9
32
1.4
71
1.5
2.1
47
44

36 1
19
3.4
24
2.8
33
1.5
71
1.7
18
47
55

35 7
2.0
3.4
2,1
3,0
32
1.4
7.1
1.9
1.8
48
5.2

37 1
2.0
3.1
23
3.3
32
1.7
73
2.0
19
47
57

363
1.8
2.9
19
3.2
32
1.6
6.9
2.0
17
50
6.2

33 8
1.7
2.2
19
2.9
30
1.4
65
1.9
17
45
61

28 5
22
104
35
93
30

... . .

Sept,

439.9

182.5
13.8
17.1
13.4
102
4.3
4.3
4.5
73 4
12 5
290

...

June

443.7

1 Total

28.3
22
10.4
32
9.5
30

27.2
21
9.8
34
9.1
28

28 9
22
9.9
38
10.0
30

28.6
21
9.7
40
9.8
30

26,7
21
95
40
84
27

25.0
21
9.2
38
7.4
25

25 6
22
93
37
8,2
23

25 OPEC countries
26 Ecuador
27 Venezuela
28 Indonesia
29 Middle East countries
30 African countries
. . . .

..

31 Non-OPEC developing countries
Latin America
32 Argentina
33 Brazil
34 Chile
35 Colombia
36 Mexico
37 Peru
38 Other Latin America

. . .

. .

108 1

108.8

109.8

111 6

112.1

112 7

111.9

112 3

..

...

90
23 2
60
29
25 1
24
42

94
22 7
5,8
32
25 2
2.6
43

95
23 1
6.3
32
25 9
2.4
42

95
23 1
64
32
26 1
24
42

9,5
25 1
6.5
31
25 6
2.3
44

92
25 4
67
30
26 0
23
40

91
26 3
7,1
29
26 1
2.2
39

87
26 3
70
29
25 8
22
39

.2
51
7
20
10 9
25
66
16
14

.2
51
7
23
10 9
26
64
1.8
12

.2
5.2
$
17
10 9
28
62
1.8
1.0

.3
53
10
19
11 3
29
62
2.2
10

.3
49
10
16
11 1
28
67
2.1
9

,6
55
10
19
11 2
27
63
19
1i

,5
52
11
17
10 3
30
59
1.8
1.0

.7
51
10
18
10 7
28
60
18
11

1i
8
1
2.3

13
g
1
2.2

14
g
1
2.4

15
g
1
2.3

14
8
1
2.2

14
8
1
1.9

12
g
1
1.9

12
8
1
2,1

57
3
22
32

58
4
23
30

53
2
2.3
28

53
2
24
28

49
2
23
25

49
2
23
24

45
2
23
21

45
1
23
21

56 Offshore hanking centers
57 Bahamas
58 Bermuda
59 Caymart Islands and other British West Indies
60 Netherlands Antilles
..
61 Panama5
,
. .
62 Lebanon
63 Hong Kong
64 Singapore
65 Other6

68 0
18 6
10
12 6
31
71
1
15 1
10.4
0

69.3
20 7
8
12.7
26
66
1
14 5
11.2

o

68.7
21 6
8
10.5
4,1
57
1
15 2
10.5
1

70 5
21 8
9
12.2
42
60
1
15 0
10.3

70.5
24.6
7
11.2
3.3
63
1
14 4
10.0

73 0
27 3
7
11 3
33
66
1
13 5
102

66.5
23 7
10
10.7
3.1
57
1
12 7
9.5

66.8
21 6
9
11 7
34
68
1
12 5
98

66 Miscellaneous and unallocated^

16 9

16 2

169

17 0

16 3

17 3

17 3

17 2

39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47

Africa
Eevot
Morocco
Zaire
Other Africa4

..

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
India
Israel
Korea (South)
Malaysia
Philippines
Thailand
Other Asia

48
49
50
51

.

52 Eastern Europe
53 U.S.S R
54 Yugoslavia
55 Other




.

.

..

...

o

o

o

o

o

183

69. Discount rates of foreign central banks, 19841
Percent per annum

Austria

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

Belgium

3.75
3.75
4.25
4,25
4.25
4,5

Month-end

10 0
11 0

4.5

fada

ml*

49 .0 9.98
> i 10.04
10.76
10.84
11.60
11.98
12.98
12.39
12.27
11.71
10.78
49 .0 10.09

...
...

C

Brazil

11 0

France

7.0 12.0
L 12.0
12.0
12.0
11.75
11.5
11.25
11.25
11.0
11.0
r 10.75
7. 0 10.75

Germany

Italy

Japan

4.0

17.0
16,0
16.0
16,0
15.5

5.0
ji

t

4.0
4.5

Neth

er-* Nor
^orlands 1 way

5.0
5. 5
I

i
Swe- ' Sz^~
den
1 land

Vene-

40

11 0

40

11 0

80

8.5

zuela

8.5
9.5

15.5
16.5
4.5

16.5

t
5.0

\
5.5

80

9.5

70. Foreign short-term interest rates, 19841
Percent per annum, averages of daily figures
Eurodollars

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

..
...

United
Kingdom

Canada

Germany

Switzerland

Netherlands

France

Italy

978
9.88
10.00
9 81
9.81
9 88
9 88
9 81
9 81
9.88
9 69
9.69

940
9.35
8.90
8 84
9.32
943
11 38
11 09
10 78
1060
9 87
9.74

9 84
9 85
10.40
10 74
11,52
11 86
13 03
12 41
12 20
11 99
11 09
1041

6 07
5 91
5 82
5 81
608
6 11
6 09
6 00
5 81
606
5 92
5 81

3 65
3 47
3 60
3 61
3 83
4 15
4 72
4 81
5 04
5 23
5 03
4 96

601
5 95
6.09
604
6.05
608
6 39
6 26
6 23
6 16
5 87
5 77

1222
12 36
12.53
12 46
12 16
1223
11 70
11 37
11 00
10 75
10 54
1066

1

'
Belgium I

17 75
17 40
17.28
17 38
16 80
1675
16 73
16 50
17 28
17,13
17 13
16 86

1068
11.43
12.02
11.66
11.80
11.90
11 90
11 73
11 16
11.00

1081
10.75

Japan

6.^5
6.34
6.41
6,26
6,24
6.35
6 30
6.35
6.32
6.31
632
6.33

71. Index of weighted-average value of U.S. dollar1
March 1973 = 100
Year
1984

184



Jan,

135.07

[ Feb.

131.71

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

128.07

130.01

133 99

134 31

139.30

140.21

145.70

^ Oct.
147.56

[ Nov. j Dec.
144.92

149.24

72. Foreign exchange rates, 19841
Foreign currency units per dollar
Australia2 Austria
(dollar) (schilling)

....

January. . . . . .
February
March . . . . . .
April
.
May . . . „

June
.....
July
August . o . . . .
Septembe r
October . . . . .
November
December. . , .

...

January
February. . . . .
March
April . . . o . . .
May . . . . . .
June
July
August . . . . . .
Septembe r
October . . . .
November. . .
December

January. , . . .
February . . .
March
April
May
June . . . . . . .
July. . . . . . . .
August . „ . . .
September
October
Novembe r
December

,

,
.

,




.

Canada
(dollar)

China
(yuan)

Denmark
(krone)

Finland
(markka)

France
(franc)

57.354
55 279
53.135
54.078
55.925
55.840
57 714
58.282
61.132
62.048
60,475
62.380

1,022.81
1,131.37
,266.64
,387.52
,497.64
,643.81
81900
1,994.30
2,226.79
2,453.64
2,734.16
3,008.55

1 .2484
1 .2480
1.2697
1.2796
1.2944
1.3040
3238
.3035
.3145
.3189
.3168
.3201

2.0490
2.0628
2.0646
2.0929
2.1866
2.2178
2 2996
2.3718
2.5469
2.6488
2.6785
2.7953

10.1793
9.8549
9.5175
9.7311
10.0618
10.0501
104178
10.5174
10.9753
11.0896
10.8244
11.1258

5.9385
5.7892
5.6136
5.6434
5.8115
5.8182
60187
6.0626
6.2783
6.3726
6.2653
6.4563

8.5948
8.3051
8.0022
8.1411
8.4435
8.4181
8.7438
8.8567
9.3041
9.4108
9.1981
9.5083

India
(rupee)

Ireland2
(pound)

Italy
(lira)

Japan
(yen)

Malaysia
(ringgit)

2.8110
2 6984
2.5973
2.6474
2.7484
2.7397
2 8492
2.8856
3 0314
3.0678
2 9985
3.1044

102.601
101 795
102.404
104.892
108.367
108 846
112 397
115 110
120 395
126.058
123 625
127.261

7.7968
7 7883
7.7942
7.8073
7.8159
7.8131
7 8519
7.8388
7 8430
7.8242
7 8235
7.8287

10.715
10 744
10.715
10.820
11.017
11.064
11 371
11.556
11.858
12.027
12 078
12.292

110.20
114.21
117.88
115.67
111.75
111.67
107.63
106.84
102.28
100.85
103.41
100.37

1,706.6
1 6664
,614.2
,638.5
,696.3
,694.8
751 2
,780.5
,870.8
,899.0
1 863.1
1,912.5

233.80
233.60
225.27
225.20
230.48
233.57
243.07
242.26
245.46
246.75
243.63
247.96

2.3411
2.3363
2.2933
2.2904
2.3029
2.3109
2.3385
2.3331
2.3528
2.4076
2.4300
2.4164

Netherlands
(guilder)

New
Zealand2
(dollar)

Norway
(krone)

Portugal
(escudo)

Singapore
(dollar)

South
Africa2
(rand)

South
Korea
(won)

166.33
168.49
172 93
179.07
198.35
196 54
196 63
196.98
197 71
203.33
210.79
219 56

3.1602
3 0455
2 9326
2.9864
3 0926
3 0882
3 2155
3 2539
3 4188
3.4597
3 3817
3 5035

64.86
65.81
66 71
65,83
64.89
64 21
55 63
49.91
48 95
48.61
49.28
48 26

7.8763
7.6937
7 5028
7.5992
7.8100
7 8162
8 2151
8.2991
8 6246
8.8721
8.7175
8 9805

136.29
135.01
131.70
134.45
139.85
141.83
152 17
151.02
158.45
163.36
163.10
167.31

2.1309
2.1279
2.0893
2.0853
2.1006
2 1122
2 1473
2.1472
2.1635
2.1667
2.1554
2 1732

79.543
81.310
82.104
80.186
78.150
76.493
66.515
63.760
60.079
56.535
55.471
52.663

800.33
799.06
794.51
796.41
801.54
802.20
810.96
811.42
815.82
820.03
818.89
825.73

Spain
(peseta)

90.602
93 482
18.285
92.306
90.613
88.255
83 418
84.732
83 077
83.639
85.884
84.000

Brazil
(cruzeiro)

Mexico
(peso)

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

Belgium
(franc)

Germany
Greece
(deutsche (drachma) Hong Kong
(dollar)
mark)

D . .
Penod

Sri Lanka
(rupee)

Sweden
(krona)

Switzerland
(franc)

Taiwan
(dollar)

Thailand
(bant)

United
Kingdom2
(pound)

159 83
154 20
149 68
150 26
154.03
154 75
161 37
164 41
170 19
172 15
168 09
171.98

25 181
25 270
25 177
25 133
25.161
25.176
25 223
25 285
25 605
25 906
26 075
26.213

8.1782
7 9976
7.7323
7 8444
8.0782
8.0993
8.3063
8 3489
8.5892
8 6887
8 5957
8.8614

2.2380
2.2050
2.1490
2.1913
2.2680
2.2832
2.4115
2.4150
2.5049
2.5245
24700
2.5602

40.20
4024
40.08
39 78
39.72
39.84
39.48
39.09
39.16
39.23
3942
39.51

23.006
23.000
23.004
23.010
23.010
23.010
23.020
23.018
23.013
23.020
26.736
27.091

140.76
144.17
145.57
142.10
138.94
137.70
132.00
131.32
125.63
121.96
123.92
118.61

19.851
19.028
95.13
18.630
19.316
19.226
19 998
20.268
21.293
21.557
21.075
21.802

185

Part 2—Special Tables




73. Statement of condition of Federal Reserve Banks, December 31, 19841
Millions of dollars
San
Francisco

All
Reserve Boston
Banks

New
York

11,096

599

3,357

515

617

969

360

1,510

357

160

608

726

1,318

4,618

241

1,335

225

302

408

161

646

170

61

241

310

518

436

Item

23

18

12

35

61

50

26

24

16

43

34

94

3,577

26

78

91

1

234

38

2,969

34

7

52

23

24

8,389

422

2,816

282

465

699

199

1,145

241

113

400

531

5,349

8,816

13,270

3,782 21,738

4,568

2,144

7,588 10,086 20,416

5 722

9282 14203

4019 25 852

4 843

2 264

8 040 10640 21 516

Phila- Clevedelphia land

Richmond

St.
Atlanta Chicago Louis

Minne- Kansas Dallas
apolis
City

ASSETS
1 Gold certificate
account
2 Special drawing
rights certificate
account
3 Coin
4 Loans

t

5 Acceptances held
under repurchase
agreement . . . .

6
7

Federal agency
obligations
Bought outright . . .
Held under
repurchase
agreement . . . .

388

U.S. government
securities
8 Bought outright2 . . . 159,223
9 Held under
repurchase
agreement . . . .
1,627
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,
15 Interdistrict Settlement
Account
16 Total assets




173,204

1,076

388

8,013

53,453

1,627
8461 58 362

6,837

205

725

203

193

242

541

593

688

421

1,520

814

692

568

95

26

49

28

103

39

21

17

25

36

19

110

3,597
8,167

97
168

878
1 112

176
111

248
174

183
280

299
138

471
4 375

97
106

126
52

166
151

266
778

590
722

-218

707

1,104

2,277 -5,427

357

-84

720

1,369

6,795 11,586 17,553

7*884 28,067

6,659

3,041

0

1,431 -2,008

208,523 11,320 63,805

-228

10,577 14,307 26,929

189

73. Statement of condition of Federal Reserve Banks, December 31, 19841—Continued
Millions of dollars
Item

All
Reserve Boston
Banks

New
York

Richmond

Atlanta Chicago

5,687 10,125 15,428

5,217 23,873

5,245

2,065

Phila- Clevedelphia land

St.
Minne- Kansas Dallas
City
Louis apolis

San
Francisco

LIABILITIES
17 Federal Reserve
notes
Deposits
Reserve accounts4 . .
U.S. Treasury—
General
account
20 Foreign— Official
accounts . .
21 All other
18
19

22 Total deposits . . .

168,327
21,818

9,960 51,096
932

726

883

1,413

1,738

2,797

576

451

1,017

2,480

4,413

140
480

7
15

10
24

8
63

12
6

20
113

4
13

5
5

7
28

11
35

25
58

961 10,328

748

917

1,484

1,756

2,930

593

461

1,052

2,526

4,496

5,316
253
865

28,252

7,775 10,807 21,049

4,392

5,316
4
25

23 Deferred-availability
cash items

5 992

177

688

111

189

265

546

446

653

363

1 485

552

517

24 Other liabilities and
accrued 5
dividends

2 700

132

899

89

147

216

97

362

76

44

117

164

357

6,635 11,378 17,393

7,616

27,611

6,567

25 Total liabilities

205,271 11,230 63,011

2,933 10,429 14,049 26,419

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
26 Capital paid in

1,626

45

397

80

104

80

134

228

46

54

74

129

255

27 Surplus

1,626

45

397

80

104

80

134

228

46

54

74

129

255

7,884 28,067

6,659

3,041

28 Other capital
accounts
29 Total liabilities and
capital accounts . 208,523 11,320 63,805

190



6,795 11,586 17,553

10,577 14,307 26,929

73. Statement of condition of Federal Reserve Banks, December 31, 19841—Continued
Millions of dollars
Item

All
Reserve Boston
Banks

New
York

Phila- Clevedelphia land

Richmond

Atlanta Chicago

St.
Louis

Minne- Kansas Dallas
apolis
City

San
Francisco

NOTE STATEMENT
Federal Reserve notes
Issued to Reserve
Bank by Federal
Reserve Agent
and outstanding. 193,867 11,539 55,639
31 Less held by
issuing Bank,
and forwarded 6
4,543
for redemption . 25,540 1,579

8,004 11,082 17,501

7,897 25,469

6,475

2,317

2,681

1,596

1,230

520

32 Federal Reserve
notes, net7

5,687 10,125 15,428

5,216 23,873

5,245

2,065

30

33
34
35
36

168,327

9,960 51,096

957

2,073

2,585 10,806 12,640 24,230

3,030

1,833

3,181

7,776 10,807 21,049

Collateral held by
Federal Reserve
Agent for notes
issued to Bank
Gold certificate
11,096
account
Special drawing
rights certificate
4,618
account
Other eligible
assets
U.S. government
and agency
152,613
securities

37 Total collateral




168,327

191

74. Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks, 1984
Dollars
Total

Boston

New York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

569,454,090
3,172 267
16,687,547,370
217,120423
574,657,724
16 868 868

2,992,223
0
818,709,617
5 852 322
32,534,754
603 030

25,320,840
3,172,267
5,611,130,704
52 977,868
94,789,616
8 238 052

4,041,838
0
556,858,451
10,589,082
22,250,414
308,593

2,863,929
0
939,311,393
15,021,379
34,310,795
459,292

8,647,599
0
1,382,870,087
11,093,209
47,747,216
597,345

18,068,820,742

860,691,946

5,795,629,347

594,048,378

991,9^6,788

1,450,955,456

528 986 996
135,503,252
13,533,932
17,961 143
88,985,428
15,265 528
41,473,019

32 924 974
8,388,077
1,680,330
921 384
3,407,776
1 117 670
2,165,530

112 612 715
26,404,887
1,099,441
2 306,933
12,275,193
3 481 208
8,305,759

26 655 216
7,151,568
521,886
762,099
4,437,909
674,009
2,238,968

30 369 048
7,674,876
695,050
1,419,412
6,015,719
599,966
2,634,368

38,258 920
10,270,905
464,065
1,407,339
8,193,051
924,500
3,733,283

20 075 936
20,587,884
22 991 681
12,037 417
12 202 719

3 290 180
2 402 725
2 489 268
542 131
731 603

3 317 520
2 003,770
4 185 088
7 225,136
2 805 293

1,484083
1,601,756
2 248 578
42,364
1 036 245

1,029,193
1,111,014
1 440 752
227,926
522 579

1,718,536
3,581,355
1 928 771
388,241
1 232 344

1,851 777
50 533 451
51,439,122
29,334,360
118,713,401
34,016 409
0
-26,260 736
-2 717 494

308 753
1 843 190
3 618 190
1,642,099
6,127 836
2 395 387
-1 007 542
-4,343 603
- 107 587

0
10 895 390
8 795,575
5,375,662
13 246,506
5 310,042
3 384 632
-2 271,925
-8 826

89,421
077 822
,978,419
,617,056
,570,566
,619,190
781 324
- ,600,092
-46 840

105,335
4 246 128
2,135,690
1,042,770
9,195,430
2,475,093
-522,544
-2,158,475
-194 315

135,379
2,617,414
4,477,081
2,600,400
10,051,640
2,241,831
1,229,613
-3,329,197
269,886

1,186,515,224
84 070 770
1,102,444,454

70,538,290
3 849 213
66,689,077

230,749,999
19 476211
211,273,788

62,941,547
6,649,876
56,291,671

70,065,015
5,419,238
64,645,777

91,855,585
5,936,868
85,918,717

32 Current net income
....
16 966 376 291
Additions to current net income
33 Profits on sales of U.S.
48,553,022
government securities . . .
34 All other
1 727 427
35
Total additions
50 280 449
Deductions from current
net income
36 Losses on foreign currency
454 815 437
transactions3
37 All other
8, 408 ',168
38
Total deductions
463,223,605
39 Net additions to or deductions
(-) from current net
income ,
-412 943 156
Assessments by Board
4
40 Board expenditures
82,115 700
41 Cost of Federal Reserve
currency . . .
....
162 606410
42 Net income before payments
to U.S Treasury
16 308 711 024
43 Dividends paid
92,620 450
44 Payments to U.S. Treasury
(interest on Federal
Reserve notes)
16,054 094 674
45 Transferred to surplus
161 995 900
46 Surplus, January 1
1,464,112,300
47 Surplus, December 31
1 ,626, 108 200

794 002 869

5 584 355 558

537 756 707

927 321 012

1 ,365 036 740

2,373,213
7 321
2 380 534

16,151,134
35 685
16 186 819

1,629,400
8 589
1 637 989

2,779,521
7 161
2 786 682

3,945,945
9,125
3 955 070

12 280 017
298 466
12,578,483

1 10 974 967
1 563 927
112,538,893

22 285 956
359,990
22,645,946

31 382 265
395,929
31,778,194

23 195 587
434,807
23,630,394

-10 197 949

-96 352 074

-21 007 957

-28 991 512

-19 675 324

Item
CURRENT INCOME
1
2
3
4
5
6

Loans
Acceptances
....
U.S. government securities
Foreign currencies
Priced services
AH other

7 Total
CURRENT EXPENSES
8 Salaries and other personnel
expenses
Retirement and other benefits . .
Fees
Travel
Postage and other shipping costs
Communications
Materials and supplies
Building expenses
15 Taxes on real estate
16 Property depreciation
17 Utilities
18 Rent
19 Other
Eouipment
20 Purchases . . . .
21 Rentals .
22 Depreciation
23 Repairs and maintenance
24 Cost of earnings credits
25 All other
26 Shared costs net1
27 Recoveries
28 Expenses capitalized2
9
10
11
12
13
14

29 Total
30 Reimbursements
31 Net expenses
PROFIT AND Loss

192



2 262 400

20 162 400

4027 500

5,637,400

4,149,300

9 275 070

51 208 986

6 061 479

9 140 757

14 244 645

772 267 450
2 584 234

5 416 632 098
22 886 593

506 659 771
4 661 077

883 551 343
6,177,578

1 326 967 471
4,554,218

764 647 616
5 035 600
39 762 950
44 798 550

5 354 672 255
39 073 250
357 436 550
396 509 800

493 029 544
8 969 150
70,972.850
79942 000

874 781 466
2 592 300
101,367,350
103 959 650

1 316 216 852
6 196 400
74,164,050
80,360,450

Atlanta

Chicago

St. Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas City

3,898,170
0
397,090,907
17,989,221;
61.537.75S
1,303,932

. 420,195,830
0
2,274,308,368
28,492,952
75,114,542
1,537,193

5,252,164
0
474,799,584
5,872,289
28,680,466
415,144

4,426,817
0
217,452,114
7,609,268
32,794,448
440,635

418995
8,1,8

2796885
,9,4,8

515,019,647

44,315,421
12,057,629
5,545,097
1,633,247
9,337,306
1,702,488
3,862,926

66,982,769
17,976,564
1,018,621
2,426,200
9,121,445
1,513,354
4,837,324

1,092,518
1,211,421
1,807,351
139,936
791,384

Line

Dallas

San Francisco

12,946,555
0
810,508,947
9,987,631
40,900,239
186,027

72,422,393
0
1,081,772,637
16,017,143
40,471,202
914,431

6,445,732
0
2,122,734,561
35,618,059
63,526,277
1,865,194

1
2
3
4
5
6

262,723,282

845939
7,2,9

1,211,597,806

2,230,189,823

7

26,817,273
7,187,507
408,244
805,973
5,548,164
636,714
2,679,050

25,022,564
6,054,331
450,113
960,842
4,819,280
981,909
1,684,336

34,918,519
8,939,705
506,690
1,356,168
6,697,003
1,097,079
3,042,158

32,584,847
7,844,838
500,861
1,412,913
69400
,4,2
893,644
2,698,448

57,524,730
15,552,365
643,534
2,548,633
12,188,562
1,642,987
3,590,869

8
9
10
11
12
13
14

2,567,776
1,020,976
2,396,460
2,101,313
1,784,952

419,559
618,954
1,188,533
312,392
554,100

2,159,889
1,040,619
892,450
95,750
602,879

582,796
1,170,441
1,206,486
68,541
563,624

762,274
981,634
1,251,100
703,728
516,516

1,651,611
3,843,219
1,956,843
189,960
1,061,200

15
16
17
18
19

149,261
6,295,521
3,211,859
2,353,080
12,044,659
2,813,584
-2,262,777
-1,300,523
- 179,794

363,561
8,178,116
6,612,616
4,657,716
28,128,051
5,331,887
-4,947,210
-2,220,803
-715,210

7,689
1,547,347
2,643,597
1,490,917
5,616,758
1,480,337
1,483,307
-1,266,804
-57,729

381,743
2,336,506
2,671,698
1,158,352
6,940,570
1,654,011
1,488,538
-807,936
-48,278

70,462
1,849,934
3,870,729
2,205,518
6,965,562
1,599,153
460,241
-1,050,929
-720,658

122,308
4,358,779
3,646,049
1,850,690
4,027,239
2,249,271
-1,942,238
-1,841,074
-292,242

117,865
5,287,304
7,777,699
3,340,100
8,798,584
4,846,623
854,656
-4,069,375
-76,128

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

106,621,594
5,999,419
100,622,175

159,136,478
10,217,470
148,919,008

60,121,882
5,438,394
54,683,488

60,540,166
2,720,419
57,819,747

75,399,222
4,892,820
70,506,402

6,7,0
92365
4,491,190
64,782,415

129,271,841
8,979,652
120,292,189

29
30
31

381,197,810

2,650,729,877

460,336,159

204,903,537

804,022,997

1,146,815,392

2,109,897,634

32

1,166,694
8,073
1,174,767

6,671,023
5,568
6,676,591

1,388,237
6,938
1,395,175

628,054
6,423
634,477

2,401,263
5,531
2,406,793

3,211,095
5,509
3,216,605

6,207,443
1,621,503
7,828,946

33
34
35

37,749,681
428,530
38,178,212

59,580,822
720,164
60,300,986

12,280,017
452,135
12,732,152

15,918,540
308,389
16,226,929

20,921,510
491,728
21,413,238

33,656,342
889,429
34,545,771

74,589,732
2,064,674
76,654,406

36
37
38

-53,624,395

-11,336,977

-15,592,453

-19,006,445

-31,329,166

-68,825,460

39

6,826,100

10,649,600

2,245,400

2,837,200

3,809,800

6,102,700

13,405,900

40

3,266,601

23,211,089

5,044,375

2,376,981

7,855,190

10,292,337

20,628,900

41

334,101,663
7,686,605

2,563,244,793
12,142,373

441,709,407
2,524,330

184,096,903
3,193,417

773,351,562
4,262,060

1,099,091,188
7,132,217

2,007,037,374
14,815,749

42
43

313,799,808
12,615,250
121,540,950
134,156,200

2,515,374,820
35,727,600
191,885,000
227,612,600

433,359,978
5,825,100
40,122,000
45,947,100

177,120,936
3,782,550
50,521,400
54,303,950

763,255,503
5,834,000
67,897,900
73,731,900

1,070,312,421
21,646,550
107,649,600
129,296,150

1,977,523,475
14,698,150
240,791,700
255,489,850

44
45
46
47

-37,003,445




|

193

75. Banks and branches—Number in operation, December 31, 1984, by state
Number maintaining branches or additional offices1

Commercial and mutual savings banks
Commercial
State

United States

Member

Total

Nonmember

Commercial

Mutual
savings

Member
Total

Total

National

State

NonInsured sured2

15,48915,1264,910 1,072 8,530

Alabama .
Alaska ..
Arizona .
Arkansas
California

269
17
55
261
505

269
16
55
261

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida

575
105
37
22
443

575
50
36

Georgia
Hawaii .
Idaho ..
Illinois .
Indiana .

385
25
25

Insured

Noninsured

614

267

96

Total

J,

Nonmember '

In- Non- In- NonNain1 tional State ! sured I su?ed | suredsured

7,533 7,208 2,423

534

4,217

34

246

79

51
6
3

95
9
22
102
202

0
1
1
0
9

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

44

0
52
1
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
2

0
0
0
0
0

75
6
10
77
158

25
0
8
4
29

169
9
28
177
268

0
1
9
3
50

0
1
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

159
16
26
171
291

159
16
26
171
291

66
66

13
0
0
3
14

66
1
4
0
49

153

127

35
15

0
3

22
443

229
14
14
18
187

1
199

3
8

0
55
1
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

121
94
13
14
296

121
42
12
14
295

71
13
7
13
121

6
1
0
0
27

385
25
25

55
3
7

320

404
111

0
0
0
0
3

0
0
0
0
0

253
19
22
558
288

50
2
6
221
93

7
0
3
28
28

15
13
308

226

1
4
0
58
2

253
19

1,300 1,300
383
380

9
0
3
68
41

165

0
2
0
1
0

485
441
250
229
15

2
1
2
1
0

0
0
0
0
20

0
0
0
0
0

297
150
238
220
42

297
150
238
220

24

57
58
66
42
9

19
6
5
5
2

221
86
167
173
13

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
18

0
0
0
0
0

59
58
165
506
115

1
7
3
3
2

2
49
0
0
0

0
96
0
0
0

79
234
316
253
130

77
108
316
253
130

24
58
106
101
32

4
2
70
6
4

49

48
139
146

2
47
0
0
0

0
79
0
0
0

26
5
2
1
2

290
10
65
9
23

0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
18

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
12
0
0
0
1
0

14
0
68
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
1
7

0
0
0
0
0

505

18
15
770

22
558
286

28
5
1
147
196

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine

632
629
338
303
46

632
629
338
303
26

106
165
79
67
9

Maryland
Massachusetts .
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi . . . .

91
276
368
741
155

89
131
368
741
155

25
64
119
199
34

4
2
81

Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire .

719

719
170
479
17
65

126

39
42
10
1
3

548
73

6
1
5
1
3

0
0
0
0
23

0
0
0
0
0

393
29
115
13
70

393
29
115

13
52

77
14
48
3
26

10
6
40
0
6

44
2
45
2
50 204
46
2
133
2

15
0

0
0
0
0
0

128
70
222
52
82

114
70
154
52
82

65
31
83
16
26

10
4
26
0
3

39
35
33
36
53

102
288
50
117
9

3
7
11
15
5

0
0

0
0
0
0
0

235
185

235
185

50
256
18

49
249

14

119
84
6
138
4

50
6
8
11
0

66
94
35
99
9

50
90
226
794

0
0
4
10

0
0
0
0

58
49

227
297

58
49

15
9

227
297

54

4
10
9

39

39

5

10

39
30
164
213
24

170
479
17
88

54
123
5
27

39

22
7
6
2

33
4

472
65
181

127
97
401
65
181

107
17
40

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania .
Rhode Island .

323
546

323
546

150
229

83

7

341
18

195
4

68
22
15
14
0

South Carolina
South Dakota .
Tennessee
Texas
Utah

73
142
300

73
142
300

63

63

18
25
60
998
7

5
27
10
61
16

New Jersey
New Mexico . .
New York
North Carolina .
North Dakota . .

Vermont . . . .
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia . .
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands

194



Mutual
savings

142
97

84
348
22

71

44

341
10
32

37

3

33

28

12

0

15

1

178
124
227
603

178
116
227
601

50
24
101
123

85
3
27
26

43
75
99
446

0
14
0
6

118
21

118
21

58
0

28

31
10

1
10

5

5

o

o

o

5

71
0
0

1

7
4

o

5
0
8
0
2
0

o
o

0
0
0

o
o

94

1

1
1

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

29

25

15

o
o

4

0

137
84
102
278

10

o

137
76
102
278

43
19
51
65

60
1
12
6

34
56
39
207

0
0
0
0

0
8
0
0

0
0
0
0

0

4
12

4
12

1
0

0
1

3
9

0
2

0
0

0
0

o
o

o

o

0

o

o

o

0

0

0

0

75. Banks and branches—Number in operation, December 31, 1984, by state—Continued
Branches and additional offices1
Class of bank

Location

Commercial banks
State

Member

Nonmember

Outside head-office city

Mutual
savings

Total
State

Insured

Noninsured2

Insured

Noninsured

43,979 41,740 21,982

4,712

14,976

70

2,009

230

Total

United States

National

In
headoffice
city

In
In
In
non
contig- contigheaduous
uous
office
county coun- counties
ties

Banking
facilities3

13,306 12,515

7,889

10,269

145

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California , . .

723
134
655
435
4,596

723
134
655
435
4,596

368
93
411
213
2,725

133
0
0
12
482

222
40
243
210
1,371

0
1
1
0
18

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

282
53
169
278
615

245
9
200
150
710

38
38
193
4
929

158
34
93
3
2,342

2
1
2
1
15

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware . . . .
District of Columbia
Florida

110
1,013
159
156
1,993

628
154
156
1,993

no

62
347
42
154
1,335

6
1
0
0
79

42
280
112
2
579

0
0
0
0
0

0
385
5
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

97
199
41
156
543

9
419
77
0
770

3
206
21
0
217

1
189
20
0
463

9
0
0
1
8

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

1,040
230
270
708
1,252

1,040
230
270
708
1,249

538
11
193
294
568

104
0
10
40
103

398
216
67
369
578

0
3
0
5
0

0
0
0
0
3

0
0
0
0
0

399
86
39
524
620

282
69
22
149
620

171
3
54
25
5

188
72
155
10
7

19
6
0
6
1

545
217
757
897
437

545
217
757
897
325

112
87
297
321
127

47
7
61
37
45

386
123
399
539
153

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
112

0
0
0
0
0

264
214
474
484
57

211
3
279
397
152

70
0
3
12
134

0
0
1
4
94

0
1
1
2
2

1,153
1,521
2,114
352
750

1,114
1,025
2,114
352
750

610
482
958
157
316

106
20
532
8
17

398
522
623
187
47

0

39
266
0
0
0

0
230
0
0
0

206
544
833
167
217

238
864
835
141
155

380
87
421
41
163

329
26
25
3
215

2
1
2
0
2

586
26
165
201
263

586
26
165
201
200

138
11
72
105
105

45
5
4
37
2

403
10
89
59
92

0
0
0
0

1

0
0
0
0
63

0
0
0
0
0

401
25
152
49
73

177
0
3
28
129

5
1
3
27
56

3
0
7
97
5

2
1
1
0
0

New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota

1,946
274
3,838
1,831
122

1,705
274
3,280
1,831
122

1,224
135
1,904
885
33

167
20
1,102
0
5

314
119
261
946
84

0
0
13
0
0

241
0
558
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

226
183
1,339
175
41

744
81
676
110
49

469
7
895
280
31

507
3
928
1,266
1

4
0
4
0
2

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon . . . .
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

2,269
174
630
2,857
222

2,269
174
624
2,689
191

1,693
67
370
1,567
103

356
5
11
95
0

220
100
243
1,024
78

0
2
0
3
10

0
0
6
168
31

0
0
0
0
0

631
148
134
299
48

904
16
92
968
101

352
8
137
1,427
51

382
2
267
163
22

3
5
0
2
0

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee . . ,
Texas
Utah

784
172
1,033
323
347

784
172
1,033
323
347

366
97
468
55
186

7
21
53
18
73

411
54
512
248
88

0
0
0
2
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

133
28
488
310
62

75
34
317
10
96

99
39
54
1
53

477
71
174
2
136

0
0

19
3

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin . .

206
1,530
971
144
560

182
1,530
863
144
560

73
584
642
86
146

0
754
4
13
30

109
192
217
45
384

0
0
0
0
0

24
0
108
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

33
239
272
80
171

62
203
292
46
294

60
362
168
9
77

51
726
239
9
18

0
10
3
0
1

Wyoming . . .
Puerto Rico .
Virgin Islands

3
267
18

3
267
18

0
30
16

0
35
0

3
193
2

0
9
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

3
2
0

0
2
0

0
0
0

0
263
18

0
0
0

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana . . , . 0
Maine

. . .

Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi .
Missouri
Montana . . .
Nebraska .
Nevada
New Hampshire




....

1
1

0
0

1

195

76. Banking offices in the United States—Number, and changes in number, December 31, 1984
A. Banks (head offices), by type1
Commercial banks

All

Item

banks

Total

pT«-

Mutual savings
banks

Nonmember

Member
Total

tiona.

State

4,910

1,0722

jlnsuredj^^

«[i&

Number
15,489

1 Total

15,126

5 ,982

489
0
-8
0
0

487
0
-8
0
0

307
0
-1
0
0

6143

267

96

93
0
-1
0
0

87
0
-6
0
0

2
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

-199
-11

9,144

0
3

-3
-7

0
-1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

8,530

Change in number during 1984
New banks4 . . . .
Ceased banking operations
Voluntary liquidation
Suspensions . . . .
Placed in receivership
Consolidations and absorptions
7 Banks converted into branches
8 Other
Interclass changes
9 Nonmcrnber to national
10 Nonmember to state member .
...
1 1 State member to national
12 State member to nonmember
13 National to nonmember
14 National to state member . . .
...
15 Noninsured mutual to insured mutual
16 Noninsured to insured
17 Noninsured to national
18 Noninsured nonmember to state member.
19 Insured mutual to federal mutual
20 National to noninsured . . .
....
21 Savings and loan to state member
22 Savings and loan to national
2
3
4
5
6

23

-348
-42

263
0
-1
0
0

44
0
0
0
0

-345
-34

-146 -120
-26
-19

-26
-7

0
0
0
0
0

40
40
6
0
0
0
0
0
- 5 - 5
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

-40
-6
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

-40
-6
0
0
5
0
0
34
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-34
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-2
0
0
0

0
t)
0
0
0

-75

-125

50

-10

-1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

-

0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0

90

Net change

0
0

101

1

1

1

1

157

-199
-8

0
6
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

176

180
0
-7
0
0

19

B. Branches, additional offices, and facilities, by type of bank
Commercial banks
All
banks

Item

Total

Mutual savings
banks

Nonmember

Member
Total

National

State

26,694

21,982

4,712

Total

insured [^

i«T±£d

Number
1 Total

43,979

41,740

15,046

14,976

70

2,009

230

Change in number during 1984
Branches and additional offices
2 De novo . .
3 Banks converted .
4 Discontinued . . .
5 Other1

37
3
-15
-104

5
0
-5
-2

276

310

-34

-79

-2

4,816

14,770

14,666

104

2,088

232

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

10 Net change

-14

-14

0

0

0

0

0

0

... ,

110

99

11

25

25

0

0

0

492
165
-587
690

932

656

760

40,808

26,038

21,222

0
0

0
0

-14

Banking facilities2
8 Established
9 Other

196

156
0
-1
-189

614
201
-689
530

0
0

7 Number, December 31,1983




593
159
-179
-263

1,363
360
-869
78

43,128

6 Net change

11 Number, December 31 1984

749
159
-180
-452

1,405
363
-889
-28
851

....

-14

135

135

122
36
-102
-160

-104

77. Changes in offices of commercial banks and nondeposit trust companies during 1984—
Summary, by state
July 1 -December 31
Net in- Type of
Net in- In opera- BeginIn opera- Begin- Ceasing In opera- crease, or
Ceasing In opera- crease, or branchtion on
ning
tion on
ning
tion on
tion on
ing1
Jan. 1 operation operation June 30 decrease July 1 operation operation Dec. 31 decrease
(-)
<-)
January 1-June 30

State

50 states and District of
Columbia—Total

55,340

850

462

55,728

388

55,728

858

551

56,035

307

Statewide branching states . . . 24,245
Limited branching states . . . . 22,480
8,615
Unit banking states

424
235
191

277
144
41

24,392
22,571
8,765

147
91
150

24,392
22,571
8,765

388
256
214

303
207
41

24,477
22,620
8,938

85
49
173

972
134
659
680
5,035

16
5
13
1
98

10
0
0
3
127

978
139
672
678
5,006

6
5
13
-2
-29

978
139
672
678
5,006

14
5
23
7
85

6
0
5
3
126

986
144
690
682
4,965

8
5
18
4
-41

L
S
S
L
S

653
670
182
182
2,256

20
13
5
0
107

0
1
0
2
52

673
682
187
180
2,311

20
12
5
-2
55

673
682
187
180
2,311

15
10
1
1
95

6
2
1
0
32

682
690
187
181
2,374

9
8
0
1
63

U
S
S
S
S

1,368
189
288
1,945
1,614

30
4
1
23
10

9
1
0
6
6

1,389
192
289
1,962
1,618

21
3
1
17
4

1,389
192
289
1,962
1,618

37
2
6
24
17

22
0
2
6
10

1,404
194
293
1,980
1,625

15
2
4
18
7

L
S
S
U
L

1,168
834
1,078
1,154
351

4
5
12
15
5

6
2
4
6
7

1,166
837
1,086
1,163
349

-2
3
8
9
-2

1,166
837
1,086
1,163
349

11
11
6
20
3

11
3
6
1
3

1,166
845
1,086
1,182
349

0
8
0
19
0

L
U
L
L
S

1,141
1,145
2,512
1,088
896

18
10
13
16
7

6
4
11
16
4

1,153
1,151
2,514
1,088
899

12
6
2
0
3

1,153
1,151
2,514
1,088
899

8
8
7
12
12

3
3
42
8
10

1,158
1,156
2,479
1,092
901

5
5
-35
4
2

S
L2
L
L
L

Missouri . . . . , ,
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
,
New Hampshire

1,255
197
608
185
256

30
1
15
5
2

19
0
1
0
0

1,266
198
622
190
258

11
1
14
5
2

1,266
198
622
190
258

30
0
19
3
8

13
0
7
3
4

1,283
198
634
190
262

17
0
12
0
4

U
U3
U
S
S

New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota

1,811
360
3,642
1,871
302

14
3
33
40
0

5
0
16
24
1

1,820
363
3,659
1,887
301

9
3
17
16
-1

1,820
363
3,659
1,887
301

22
1
17
29
1

14
0
19
16
0

1,828
364
3,657
1,900
302

8
1
-2
13
1

S
L
S
S
U

2,624
672
695
3,017
245

24
18
6
13
1

9
4
7
2
2

2,639
686
694
3,028
244.

15
14
-1
11
-1

2,639
686
694
3,028
244

33
30
7
13
2

34
4
8
9
5

2,638
712
693
3,032
241

-1
26
-1
4
-3

L
U4
S
L
S

868
313
1,338
2,032
397

7
3
40
74
7

4
2
43
6
1

871
314
1,335
2,100
403

3
1
-3
68
6

871
314
1,335
2,100
403

8
4
26
81
6

10
5
33
2
2

869
313
1,328
2,179
407

-2
-1
-7
79
4

S
S
L
U
S

208
1,696
971
344
1,122
117

0
30
7
10
11
5

0
13
7
6
5
2

208
1,713
971
348
1,128
120

0
17
0
4
6
3

208
1,713
971
348
1,128
120

1
35
7
18
14
3

0
31
12
3
6
0

209
1,717
966
363
1,136
123

1
4
-5
15
8
3

S
S
S
L
L
U

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California

. ..

Colorado
Connecticut
.
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida

,.

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

. ..

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
.
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi . ,

...
.

...

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee . . .
Texas
Utah

..

. .

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming




. . ..

.

...
....

197

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state
State and item1

Rank, by t otal assets
1

2

|

3

4

5

6

7

!

8

9

i1

10

June 1984
Alabama (213)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

17 3
17 3

142
31 5

13 1
447

12 3
570

48
61.8

1 82
63.7

15
65 2

14
666

11
67.8

10
68.8

162
162

14 7
31.0

12 2
432

104
53 7

50
58.7

19
60.7

14
62 2

13
63 5

12
64.8

10
65.8

23 32
23 3

14 5
37 9

13 82
51 7

102
620

98
71 9

82 2
80 1

72
87 3

4 22
91 6

24
94 1

18
96.0

23.8
23 8

13.7
37 5

13.6
51 1

9.8
61 0

9.7
70 8

8,4
792

6.9
862

4.7
909

2.7
93.7

1.8
95 5

Arizona (41)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

41.7
41 7

25.4
67 2

14.6
81 8

72
89 1

2.9
920

2.0
940

,9s
95 0

&
95 9

.62
96 5

.3
96 8

41 1
41 1

25 6
66.8

14 5
81 3

73
88 6

30
91,6

21
93 7

9
94 7

9
95 7

6
96.3

3
96.7

Arkansas (242)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

105
105

70
17.6

35
21 2

23
23 5

22
25.8

20 2
27.8

19
29 7

17
315

16
33.1

16
34.7

102
102

51
15 3

34
18 7

23
21 1

19
23 0

19
25 0

20
27 0

17
28 8

1,5
30 3

1.7
32 1

California (421)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

30,7
307

13.7
44 5

9.1
53 6

85
62 2

7.9
702

3.8
740

2.0
76 0

1.6
77 7

1.2
78 9

1.0
79 9

32 6
32 6

12 4
45,1

99
550

72
62 3

76
699

31
73 1

21
75 2

13
76 6

12
77 9

12
79 2

Colorado (253)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

17 3
17 3

12 0
29.4

111
40.5

104
51 0

79
58.9

47
63.7

2 62
66.3

9
67 3

8
68.1

7
68.9

16 7
167

97
26 4

10 5
37 0

11 0
480

79
55 9

50
61 0

28
63 8

10
64 8

9
65.8

8
66 6

287
28.7

264
55.1

92
644

73
71 8

67
78.5

57 2
84.2

1 42
85.7

1 O2
86 7

1 CF
87,8

9
88.7

27 0
27 0

25 1
52 2

98
62 0

79
700

67
767

57
82 5

16
84 1

12
85 4

11
86 5

10
87 6

14 I2
14 1

12.9
27 1

12 8
40 0

98
49 8

8.0
57 8

6.92
64 8

5 82
70 6

42
74 9

4.1
79 0

3.4
82 5

11 0
11 0

17.6
28 6

144
43 1

85
51 6

11.7
63 4

7.5

70 9

8.9
79 8

0
79 8

2.6
82 4

,4
82 8

District of Columbia (19)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative , , .

31.2
31 2

28.7
60,0

10.3
70.3

9,3
797

7.6
87.3

2.7
90.0

2.7
92.7

2. 12
94 9

.82
95.7

.7
96,4

305
305

27 5
58 0

93
67 4

11 0
78 4

76
86 1

28
889

30
92 0

24
94 4

.9
95 4

,8
96 2

Florida (289)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

144
144

12 3
26.8

10 9
37,7

72
45 0

65
51.5

49
56.5

48
61.3

45
65.9

19
67.8

15
69.4

149
14 9

12 6
27 5

10 8
38 3

63
44 7

65
51 2

50
56 2

44
60 7

42
65 0

1.9
669

1.6
68 5

Alaska (13)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Connecticut (45)
Assets
Per organization . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Delaware (31)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .

198



78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by t otal assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

June 1984
Georgia (324)
Assets
Per organization . . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . . .
Cumulative

Idaho (24)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

.

15,5
34.8

14.1
48.9

5.8
54.7

5.1
59.8

3.3
63.2

24 2
65.7

1.1
66.8

.9
67.7

.7
68.5

169
16.9

14.2
31.1

13.6
44.8

6.3
51.1

4.7
55.8

3.1
58,9

2,7
61.6

1.1
62.8

,9
63.8

.8
64.6

35 9
35 9

32. 42
68.4

7.0
75.4

6.5
81.9

5. 12
87.1

3 62
90.8

2 92
93.7

2 32
96.1

1.82
97.9

7
98.6

40 1
40 1

Hawaii (19)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

192
19.2

32.7
72.9

6.6
79.5

6.0
85.6

4.7
90.4

1,5
91.9

2.7
94.6

2.1
96.8

1,3
98.2

.7
98.9

38 1
38 1

26 6
64.7

11 8
76.6

68
83.4

34 2
86.9

22 2
89.1

1 42
90.5

14
92.0

12
93.3

10
94.4

35 7
35 7

260
61.8

12 4
74.3

75
81.9

38
85.7

23
88.0

16
89.7

16
91.3

14
92.7

1l
93.8

18 8
18 8

17 1
360

45
406

43
449

13
462

10
47 3

9
48 2

8
490

5
49 6

5
502

16 7
167

74
24.2

44
28.6

36
32.2

15
33.8

12
35.0

9
36,0

9
36.9

7
37.6

6
38.3

72
72

66
13.9

47 2
18.7

21
20.8

21
22.9

20
25.0

20
27.0

18
28.8

16
30.4

15
31.9

62
6.2

6.7
12,9

4.2
17.1

2.0
19.2

2.1
21.3

1.9
23.2

1.7
25.0

1.7
26.7

1.5
28.2

1.4
29.6

7.4
74

66
14 0

6.5
206

3.9
245

3.52
28 1

3.2
31 3

2.2
33 5

1.5
35 0

,9
360

.9
369

68
68

68
13 7

63
20.1

38
23.9

37
27,7

24
30.1

18
31 9

14
33.4

10
344

9
35 3

, . ..

7.0
70

27
98

2.0
11 9

1.6
13 5

1.5
15 1

1.4
165

13
17 8

1,3
19 1

12
20 4

12
21 6

...

66
66

25
92

1.3
10 6

1.4
12 0

1.3
13 4

1.4
14 8

13
162

1.3
17 5

1.1
18 6

1.1
19 7

11 8
11.8

10 3
22 1

55
21.1

33
31.0

23
33.3

12
34.6

1 O2
35.7

10
36.7

10
37.7

9
38.6

10 0
100

89
19 0

55
24 5

26
27 1

19
29 1

12
30 4

9
31 3

10
32 3

10
33 4

10
34 4

6.3
63

5.6
11 9

4.9
16.9

3.3
20.2

3.2
23 A

3.1
26.6

2.2
28 8

2.1
31 0

1.9
33 0

1.9
349

5.7
57

50
10 8

4.2
15 0

3.0
18 1

3.0
21 2

2.9
24 1

2.3
26 5

2,1
28 7

2,0
307

18
32 6

...

22 6
22 6

18 3
40 9

14 7
55 7

140
69 7

13 2
82 9

22
85 2

22 2
87 4

19
89 4

1 72
91 1

16
92 8

...

224
224

18 8
41 3

13 4
54 7

14 3
69 1

13 5
82 6

23
85 0

19
87 0

20
89 0

18
90 9

17
92 6

..

..

Illinois (1,077)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
..
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

....

Indiana (381)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . .
Cumulative
Iowa (525)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Kansas (609)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
....
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Kentucky (335)
Assets
Per organi/ation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization , .
Cumulative
Louisiana (291)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative,
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Maine (21)
Assets
Per organization . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . .
Cumulative




199

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets
State and item'

1

2

3

4

i

5

! « 1

7

ii

1 » L

8

10

June 1984
Maryland (67)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

21.3
21 3

14.0
35 4

11.6
47 0

10.5
57 6

10.1
67 8

7.3
75 1

4.9
80 1

-) ?
82.4

1.5

1.1

83.9

85.0

19.9
19.9

12.5
32.4

10.7
43.2

12.5
55.7

10.3
66.1

6,9
73.0

5.3
78.3

2.5
80.9

1.6

1.2

82.5

83.7

25 4
25 4

142

12 8
52.5

109

63.5

80
71.6

442
76.0

36
79,6

3.5
83.1

2,0

39.7

85.1

17
86.9

21 3
21 3

13 9
35.2

12 5
47 8

12.5
60.3

6,4

52
72.0

42
76.3

4.2
80.5

2.4

1,9

66.8

82.9

84.8

18.8
18 8

15.1
33 9

10.8
44 8

53.2

6.6
59.8

5.6
65.5

2.0
67.6

1.9
69.5

71.4

73.1

15 6
15 6

144

11 3
41 3

85
49.8

70
56.9

63
63.2

22
65.5

2.0
67.5

1.9

30.0

69.4

17
71.2

34 2
34 2

22 1
56,3

34

19
61.8

17
63.5

9
64.5

6
65.1

.52
65.6

.5

3

59 8

66.2

66.5

260

22 5
48.5

36
52,1

2.2

26,0

54.4

17
56.1

1.0
57.1

7
57.9

.6
58.5

59.1

146

11.32
25.9

5 62
31.5

35.2

3.6

14.6

38.9

2.3
41.3

22
43.5

1.72
45.3

47.0

12.5
12 5

10.5
23.1

3.8
36.5

2.2
41 2

1.7

32 7

2,4
390

1.8

28 9

43 1

44.8

12 8
12.8

11 0
23.8

88
32.6

6.3

25
54,1

2.2

46.7

4.9
51.6

2.4

40.3

56.6

58.8

11 2
11.2

99

85
29.8

71
36.9

64

21.2

43.4

51
48.6

24
51.0

26
53.6

56.0

58.1

25 7
25 7

12.0
37 8

63

6.2
503

4.7

44 1

55 0

4.3
594

2.2
61 6

63 3

1.6

1.2
645

65 8

23 7
23 7

11.8
35.5

2.2
59 6

1,2

1.2

52.8

4.5
574

1.7

47,9

4.9

41 6

61.4

62.6

63.8

Nebraska (453)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

94
9.4

5 92
15.4

56
21.0

39
24.9

29

12
29.1

10
30.2

9

S

27.9

31.1

31.9

87
87

52
13 9

46
18 6

37
22 3

28
25 2

12
264

10
274

284

Nevada (14)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

48 5
48.5

224

11 92
83.0

77 2

71.0

90.7

3 62
94.3

22
96.5

1 0*
97.6

98.1

49 8
49.8

21 0
70,9

11 7
82.7

75
90.2

37
93.9

24
96.4

1i
97.5

98.1

98.6

98.9

17 5
17 5

17.2
34 7

542

4.2

467

3.22
61 7

2.62
644

665

21

2.02
68 5

1.7
703

17 3
17 3

16.7
34 0

122
462

53 1

3.2
608

2.6
634

65 4

Massachusetts (75)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative , , .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Michigan (196)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . ,

,,

..

Minnesota (596)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Mississippi (159)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . .
Missouri (444)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Montana (107)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

New Hampshire (49)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

200



...

,

...

. .

...

5.7

60

11 9

8.4

3.7
3.8

7.6

63

75

6.8

58 5

4.5
57 6

10

5
6

20

1.8

.5

1.6

24

,8

29 3

.4*
98.6

.5

1.9

67.4

1.6

.4
59.6

1.5

48,5

1.5

46.3

1.9

60.8

2.0

1.2

8

32.8

.7
30 1

.3
98.9

.2

1.8

69.3

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by t otal assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

574

31

28
60.2

26
62.9

65.4

31
55.9

29
58.9

29
61.8

64.4

26 2
65.8

22
68.1

18
69.9

71.6

18
68 9

1,7
707

June 1984
New Jersey (99)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . ,
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

5.2

4.5

45.8

50.3

3.8a
54.2

205
205

12 4
33.0

75
40.5

197

11 8
31.5

7.4

5.4

4.4

3.9

19 7

38.9

44.4

48.8

52,8

New Mexico (61)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

23 8
23.8

10 72
34.5

97
44.2

7.8

7.7

3,3

52.1

59.8

63.2

23 7
23 7

109

8.5

34 6

43 1

51 3

58 8

New York (168)
Assets
Per organization , . . . „ . . . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16 1
16.1

12.0
28.2

11.4
39.6

10.9
50.6

108

11 2
36 8

124

69

49.3

....

14 7

8.1

7.5

3.4

2.5
2.5

1.6

62 3

649

26

21
67 0

9.4

7.0

3.1

67.1

50
72.1

4.6

60.0

76.8

79.9

82.0

50
61.3

664

704

36

56.2

740

29
77.0

52
79.2

32
82 4

31
85 6

24
88.0

17
89.8

6.3
75 2

39
79 1

3,7

2.9

82 9

85 8

2.1

51

39

2.0

147

25 6

North Carolina (67)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

23 8
23.8

204

169

44.2

61.1

73
68,4

55
74.0

204
204

406

20 1

13.7
54 3

7.9
622

68 8

North Dakota (142)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organisation
Cumulative

16.7
16 7

14.1
30 8

37 3

6.4

2.9
402

42.9

45.1

1.92
47 1

48 8

50 1

160
160

142

65

28

30.2

36.8

397

27
42.4

21
44.5

20
465

16
48 1

494

504

Ohio (247)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

12 7
12.7

97
22.5

83
30.8

80

7,7

7.5

38.9

46,6

54.1

40
58.1

39
62.1

39
66.1

69.6

12 6
12 6

84
21 1

82
29 3

86
37 9

462

82

72
53 5

39
57 5

33
60 8

4o
64 8

28
67 7

Oklahoma (508)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

78
78

14 7

21 6

6.8

36
25 2

27 7

2,4

1.5
292

13
30 6

10
31 7

10
32 7

33 7

6.6

6,2
190

1.3

22 2

24.3

25.7

13
27 0

.9

12 7

2.1

61

28 1

29 1

.9
300

Oregon (68)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

41.8
41 8

299
71 7

78 5

6.7

4.42
82 9

2.0
849

1.6
865

10
87 6

1.0
886

8
894

.6
900

370
37 0

31.9
69 0

75 8

4.7

2.3
829

84 8

860

1,1

80 5

87 1

.9
880

88 7

Pennsylvania (312)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organisation
Cumulative

21 8
21 8

11 8
33 7

73
41.0

42
45.2

49.3

40

36
52.9

26
55 5

22
57 7

20
59 8

20
61.8

37 3

41 0

45.0

30
48 1

2.4
506

2.3

26 1

32 9

4.0

24

166

53 1

55 4

Rhode Island (14)
Assets
Per organisation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

42 6
42 6

24 8
67 5

22 1
89 6

37
93 3

2.2

1.1
967

6

6

5

95 6

97 4

98 0

98 5

.4
990

40.3

24.5
64 8

23.3
88,1

92 3




6.1

16.6

403

69

9.4

6.8

6.8

3.1

4.4

4.2

6.6

2.6

3.6

2.6

95.0

1.8

1l

1.2

7

96.3

97 1

1.7

1.0

.6

97 7

1.3
13

.6

98.4

2.0

87 8

1.2

51 3
10

3.4

9

.6

.5

98.9

201

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

|

8

9

10

June 1984
South Carolina (74)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

18.0
18.0

17.82
35.8

13.8
49.7

13.8
63.5

7.5
71.1

4.3
75.4

2.22
77.6

1.32
79.0

1.3
80.3

1.2
81.6

17.7
17.7

16,9
34.6

12.9
47.6

13.8
61.5

8.2
69.7

4.5
74.3

2.2
76.5

1.4
78.0

1.4
79.4

1.2
80.7

South Dakota (125)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

41.9
41.9

13.5
55.4

10.9
66.4

2.1
68.5

1.9
70.5

1.6
72,1

1.1
73.2

1.0
74.3

1.0
75.3

1.0
76.3

27.3
27.3

17,1
44.4

12.8
57.3

2.6
59.9

2.5
62,5

2.0
64.5

1.4
65.9

1.3
67.3

1.3
68.7

1.1
69.9

Tennessee (267)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

14.8
14,8

12.7
27.5

11.2
38.7

8.0
46.8

5.5
52.3

3.5
55.9

1.42
57.3

1.3
58.6

1.2
59.9

1.0
61.0

14.0
14.0

12.4
26.4

10.9
37.3

7.4
44.8

5.7
50.5

3.1
53.7

1.5
55.2

1.3
56.6

1.3
57.9

1.1
59.0

Texas (1,192)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

12.1
12.1

10,3
22.4

9.7
32.2

8.8
41,0

6.4
47.5

5.1
52.6

4.2
56.9

3.1
60.0

1.7
61.8

1.3
63.2

9.6
9.6

9.2
18.8

7.8
26.6

8.2
34.9

6.2
41.1

5.5
46.6

4.4
51.1

3.2
54.3

1,9
56,2

1.5
57.7

Utah (55)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

28.3
28.3

23.0
51.4

9.8
61.2

7.5
68.7

7.42
76.2

3.5
79.7

3.2
82.9

1.8
84.8

1.4
86,2

.9
87.2

29.0
29.0

20.8
49.8

10.2
60.1

7.5
67.6

8.0
75.7

2.6
78.4

3.5
81.9

1.2
83.2

1.6
84.8

1,0
85,9

Vermont (24)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

21.5
21.5

12.0
33.5

11.5
45,1

11.2
56.4

8.9
65.4

5.8
71.2

4.6
75.8

3.4
79.2

2.72
82.0

1,8
83.9

21.5
21.5

12.0
33.5

11.4
45.0

11.2
56.2

8.8
65.1

5,8
71.0

4.5
75.5

3.4
79.0

2.7
81.7

1.9
83.7

Virginia (143)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

20.6
20.6

16.0
36.7

11.1
47.8

9.9
57.7

7.8
65.5

7.2
72.7

5.2
77.9

2.9
80.9

.9
81.9

.8
82.7

20.3
20.3

14.6
35.0

10.5
45.5

9.8
55.4

7.4
62.8

8.0
70.8

5.5
76.4

3.1
79.5

.9
80,5

.9
81.4

Washington (92)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

28.7
28.7

22.5
51.2

10.2
61.5

8.0
69.5

6.2
75.8

4.91
80.8

2.4
83.2

2.02
85.2

1.42
86.7

1.0
87.8

28.1
28.1

21.4
49.5

10.3
59.9

8.1
68.0

6,1
74.1

5.4
79.5

2.5
82.1

2.1
84.2

1.4
85.7

1.1
86.8

West Virginia (210)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

7.0
7.0

3.7
10.7

2.9
13.6

2.5
16.2

2.3
18.6

2.02
20.6

1.8
22.4

1.7
24.2

1.6
25.9

1.5
27.5

6.7
6.7

3.3
10,0

2.4
12.4

2.5
15.0

2.3
17.3

2.0
19.4

1.8
21,2

1.5
22.8

1.6
24.4

1.2
25.7

Wisconsin (452)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13.1
13.1

9.6
22.7

7.6
30.3

3.1
33.5

2.5
36.0

2.1
38.1

2.0
40.1

1.6
41.8

1.6
43.5

L6
45.1

11.8
11.8

8,2
20.0

7.4
27.5

3.2
30.7

2.4
33.2

2.1
35.3

1.8
37.2

1,7
38.9

1.7
40.6

1.6
42.2

202




....

...

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

June 1984
Wyoming (64)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.7
16.7

11.7
40.6

4.5
45.1

4.1
49.3

3.72
53.0

3.0
56.0

2.1
58.2

2.0
60.2

1.9
62.2

16.5
16.5

11.7
28.2

11,9
40,2

4.5
44.8

4.3
49.1

3.7
52.8

3.0
55.8

2.1
58.0

2.1
60.1

2.0
62.1

3.5
3.5

2.7
6,3

1.9
8.3

1,9
10.2

1.7
12.0

1.7
13.7

1.5
15.3

1.4
16.7

1.2
18.0

1,2
19,2

4.1
4.1

United States (11, 656)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

12.1
28.8

1.9
6.0

1.3
7.4

1.9
9.3

1.3
10.7

1.5
12.3

.9
13.2

1.4
14.6

1.0
15.6

.9
16.5

December 1984
Alabama (211)
Assets
Per organizution
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

17.2
17.2

14.1
31.4

14.1
45.5

12.3
57.9

4.4
62.3

2.02
64.4

1.6
66.1

1,3
67.4

1.0
68.5

.9
69,5

16,3
16.3

14,6
30,9

12.9
43.9

10.3
54.2

4.6
58.9

2.1
61.1

1.5
62.6

1.3
64.0

1.2
65.2

1.0
66.2

Alaska (14)
Assets
Per organisation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organisation
Cumulative

23.4
23.4

14.42
37.9

14.2
52.2

10.02
62.2

9.1
71.3

8.62
80.0

6.7
86.8

4. 12
90.9

2.6
93.5

1.8
95.4

23.4
23.4

13.9
37.3

13.2
50,5

10.2
60.8

9.9
70.7

8.9
79.7

6.6
86.3

4.2
90.5

2.9
93.5

1.4
94.9

Arizona (47)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

39.6
39.6

26.4
66.0

15.1
81.1

7.6
88.8

2.6
91.5

1.9
93.4

.92
94.4

.82
95.2

.5'
95.8

.3
96.1

40.1
40.1

25.3
65.4

15.2
80.7

7.7
88.4

2.7
91.2

2.0
93.2

,9
94.1

.9
95.1

.6
95.7

.3
96.0

14.0
14.0

6.8
20.8

3.1
24.0

2.8
26.9

2.8
29.7

2.0?
31.7

1.9
33.6

1.7
35.4

1.7
37.1

1.6
38.8

13.4
13.4

6.0
19.4

2.9
22.4

2.5
24.9

2.8
27.7

1.9
29.7

1.9
31.6

1.7
33.4

1.6
35.0

1.7
36.7

31.0
31.0

13.9
44.9

9.7
54.7

7.8
62.6

7,7
70.3

3.4
73.8

2.0
75.8

1.6
77.4

1.2
78.6

1.1
79.7

31.8
31.8

12.7
44.5

10.0
54.6

7,4
62.0

7.3
69.4

3.0
72.4

2.2
74.7

1.3
76.0

1.2
77.3

1.2
78.5

17.7
17.7

11.1
28.8

10.9
39.8

10,4
50.2

8.5
58.7

4.5
63.3

2.72
66.0

.9
66.9

.8
67.7

.8
68.5

16.6
16.6

9.6
26.2

10.4
36.7

11.0
47.8

8.3
56.1

4.9
61.0

2.8
63.8

1.0
64,8

.8
65.7

.8
66.5

28.7
28.7

27.4
56.1

9.1
65.3

7.0
72.4

6.9
79.4

5.42
84.8

1.32
86.2

1.0
87.2

l.O2
88.3

.9
89.2

25.9
25.9

27.1
53.0

9.8
62.9

7.2
70.2

7.3
77.5

5.6
83.2

1.5
84.7

1.1
85.8

1.1
87.0

1.0
88.0

Arkansas (232)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
California (438)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

.

...

Colorado (263)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Connecticut (45)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulat tve
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




.*.

203

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

!

8

!

9

1™10~"

December 1984
Delaware (32)
Assets
Per organization . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13.72
13.7

11.1
24.9

10.7
35.6

10.5
46.1

8.5
54.7

6.4
61.2

5.4
66.6

5.02
71.6

4.72
76.4

4.0
80.4

11.2
11.2

18,1
29,4

9.1
38.5

8.0
46.5

8.8
55.4

11.1
66.5

.5
67.1

3.7
70.8

8.4
79.2

.1
79.3

District of Columbia (19)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

32.6
32.6

27.6
60.2

10.0
70.3

9.1
79.5

7.9
87.5

2.8
90.3

2.5
92.8

2. 12
94.9

95*,8

.6
96.4

33.2
33.2

25.4
58.7

10,4
69.1

9.5
78.6

7.5
86,1

3.1
89.3

2.8
92,1

2.4
94.5

.9
95.4

.7
96.2

Florida (291)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

14.6
14.6

12.0
26.6

11.9
38.5

6.8
45.4

6.0
51.5

5.0
56.5

4.9
61.4

4.8
66.2

2.1
68,4

1.5
69.9

15.4
15.4

11.0
26.5

12.1
38,6

6.6
45.3

6.1
51.4

4.8
56.2

4.5
60.7

4.8
65.6

2,1
67,7

1.5
69.2

19.1
19.1

16.1
35.2

15.5
50.8

5.8
56.6

5,5
62.2

3.2
65.5

2.5
68.1

l.l 2
69.2

1.1
70.4

.9
71.3

17.6
17.6

14.9
32.6

13.6
46.3

5.6
51.9

6.1
58.0

3.2
61.2

2.8
64.1

1,2
65.4

1.2
66.6

.9
67.6

39.7
39.7

32.22
71.9

6.1
78.0

5,8
83.9

4.32
88.3

3.42
91.8

2.72
94.5

2.02
96.5

1.52
98.1

.6
98.8

41.1
41.1

31.6
72.7

6.5
79.3

6.2
85.6

4.6
90.2

1.5
91.7

2.8
94.6

2.1
96.8

1.3
98.1

.7
98.8

38.0
38.0

25.8
63.8

12.0
75,8

6.8
82.7

3.62
86.3

2.3*
88.6

1.6'
90.2

1.4
91.7

1.3
93.0

1.0
94.0

....

36.6
36.6

25.7
62.4

12.0
74.5

7.3
81.8

3.8
85.6

2.3
87.9

1.7
89.6

1.5
91.2

1.4
92.7

1.1
93.8

Illinois (1,048)
Assets
Per organization
CumulatiVe
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

..

18.8
18.8

15.5
34.3

5.3
39.6

4.7
44.4

1.5
45.9

1.0
47.0

1.0
48.0

.8
48.9

.6
49.6

,6
50.2

15.2
15.2

8.1
23.4

5.0
28.4

4.0
32.4

1.7
34.2

1.0
35.2

1.2
36.4

1.0
37.4

.8
38.3

,7
39.0

Indiana (375)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

...

7,9
7.9

7.8
15.7

5.22
20.9

2.1
23.0

2.1
25.2

2.0
27.3

1.9
29.2

1,8
31.0

1.7
32.7

1.5
34.2

6.7
6.7

6.8
13.6

4.4
18.0

2.1
20.1

1.9
22.1

2.0
24.1

1.9
26.0

1.7
27.8

1.6
29.4

1.4
30.9

Iowa (517)
Assets
Per organization . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

...

8.1
8.1

6.8
14.9

6.4
21 A

3.8
25.3

3.52
28.8

3.1
32.0

2.1
34.2

1.5
35.7

1,1
36.9

1.0
37.9

7.5
7.5

6.6
14.1

6.7
20.9

3.8
24.8

3.7
28.5

2.4
30,9

1.9
32.8

1.5
34.4

1.1
35.5

1.0
36.6

7.9
7.9

3.0
11.0

1.8
12.8

1.5
14.3

1.5
15.8

1.4
17.3

1.3
18.6

1.3
19.9

1.2
21.2

1.1
22,3

7.4
7.4

2.7
10.2

1.6
11.8

1.4
13.3

1.5
14.8

1.3
16.1

1.4
17.5

1.3
18.9

1.1
20.0

1.1
21.1

Georgia (313)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

..

. ..

Hawaii (19)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .
Idaho (24)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Kansas (614)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative , .

204



. .

78* Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

g

9

10

December 1984
Kentucky (329)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
...
Deposits
Per organization . . .
Cumulative

12.6
12.6

10.8
23.5

5.8
29.4

3.9
33.3

2.3
35.6

1.1
36.8

l.O2
37.8

1.0
38.8

1.0
39.8

.9
40.8

11.2
11.2

9.1
20.4

5.5
25.9

3.2
29.2

1.9
31.1

1.2
32.3

.9
33,3

1.0
34.3

1.0
35.4

1.0
36,4

Louisiana (304)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits .
Per organization
Cumulative
..

6.2
6.2

5.5
11.8

4.8
16.6

3.4
20.1

3.3
23.4

3.2
26.7

2.3
29.1

2.2
31.3

1.9
33,3

1.8
35.2

5.7
5.7

4.8
10.5

4.5
15.1

3.3
18.4

3.2
21.7

3.0
24.7

2.5
27.2

2.2
29.5

1.8
31.3

1.8
33.2

22.0
22.0

18.3
40,3

14.9
55.3

14.9
70.3

12.8
83.1

2.22
85.3

2.0
87.4

1.8
89.2

1.82
91.0

1.6
92.7

21.9
21.9

19.2
41.2

13.4
54.6

14.6
69.2

13.1
82.4

2.2
84.7

2.1
86.9

1.8
88.7

1.9
90,6

1.7
92.4

..

22.0
22.0

12.4
34.5

11.4
45.9

10.3
56.2

8.4
64.7

7.1
71.8

6.0
77.8

3.9
81.8

2.1
84.0

1.2
85.2

...

18,8
18.8

12.2
31.1

11.3
42.4

10.2
52.7

9.4
62.1

6.6
68.7

6.3
75.0

4.4
79.5

2.5
82.1

.6
82.7

25.7
25.7

13.1
38.9

12.9
51.9

10.62
62.5

8.5
71.1

4.42
75.6

4.0
79.6

3.5
83.1

1.9
85.1

1.9
87.1

22.7
22.7

13.2
35.9

12.5
48.4

11.7
60.2

7.3
67.5

5.1
72.6

4.3
77.0

4.0
81.1

2.1
83.3

2.2
85.5

19.4
19.4

14.0
33.5

10.6
44.2

8.9
53.1

6.5
59.7

6.0
65.8

2.0
67.9

1.8
69.7

1.8
71.6

1.6
73.2

16,4
16.4

13.5
30.0

11.1
41.1

8.7
49.9

7.0
56.9

6.2
63.2

2.2
65.4

2.0
67.4

1.8
69.3

1.6
70.9

34,4
34.4

21.7
56.2

3.4
59.6

1.9
61.6

1.8
63.4

.9
64.4

,62
65.0

.5
65.6

,5
66.2

.3
66.6

26.2
26.2

23.2
49.4

3.5
53.0

2.2
55.2

1.7
57.0

1.0
58.0

,7
58.8

.6
59.4

.6
60.1

.4
60.5

16.3
16.3

11.82
28.2

5.8
34.0

3,6
37.7

3.6
41.3

2.3
43.6

2.2
45.8

1.9
47.7

1.7
49.5

1.4
50.9

14.4
14.4

11.2
25.6

5.9
31.5

3.8
35.4

3.7
39.1

2.4
41.5

2.3
43.8

2.0
45.8

1.7
47.6

1.4
49.1

13.1
13.1

10.9
24.0

9.2
33.2

7.6
40.8

6.3
47.2

5.0
52.2

2.8
55.1

2.3
57.5

2.2
59.7

1.8
61.6

11.7
11.7

9.7
21.4

8.9
30.3

7.2
37.5

6.4
44.0

5.2
49.3

2.7
52.0

2.5
54.5

2.3
56.9

1.9
58.9

24.7
24.7

11.9
36.6

6.8
43,5

6.1
49.7

4.8
54.6

4.1
58.7

2.3
61.1

1.6
62.7

1.2
64.0

1.2
65.3

23.9
23.9

11.7
35.7

6.1
41.8

6.2
48.0

4.9
53.0

4.3
57.3

2.2
59.6

1.7
61.3

1.3
62.6

1.2
63.9

.

Maine (22)
Assets
Per organization. . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Maryland (69)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .
...
Massachusetts (73)
Assets
Per organization. . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization. . .
Cumulative
.
Michigan (194)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

...
..

..

Minnesota (592)
Assets
Per organization. , .
Cumulative
...
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Mississippi (154)
Assets
Per organi/ation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization, . .
Cumulative
.
Missouri (450)
Assets
Per organi/ation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative;
Montana (107)
Assets
Per organization.
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




.

....

..

205

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
State and item1

Rank, by 1otal assets

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

|

8

|

9

| 10

December 1984
Nebraska (448)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

9.6
9.6

7.22
16.8

8,9
8.9

15 5

20.7

Nevada (15)
Assets
Per organization . . . . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

49.6
49.6

22 5
72.1

49.7
49.7

New Hampshire (48)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
New Jersey (97)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

23.1

4,2
27,4

3.1
30.5

1.2
31.7

1.0
32.7

.9
33.7

.8
34.5

.8
35,3

5.2

4.2
25 0

2.9
27 9

1.2
29.1

1.0
302

1.0
31.2

.7
31.9

.8
32 8

83.2

n.i2

76 2
90.9

3 32
94.2

2,1
96.3

9s
97.3

.62
98.0

.42
98.4

.3
98.7

22.0
71 8

10.8
82,6

7.7
904

3.4
93 9

2.3
96.2

1.0
97,2

.6
97.9

.4
98.3

,3
98.7

19 1
19.1

17 2
36.3

11 6
47.9

73
55 3

48
602

43
64.6

2 62
67 2

21
69.4

1 9^
71.3

17
73 0

18 2
18.2

165
34 8

120
46.8

70
53 9

48
58 7

46
63.4

27
66.1

22
68.3

18
70,2

18
72,0

20 3
20.3

12 7
33 0

76
40.7

51
45 8

50
50 8

3 82
54.7

32
58.0

31
61.1

28
64.0

25
66.6

19.4

194

12 3
31 8

7.2
390

52
443

47
490

3.9
53 0

3.1
56 1

3.4
59 6

3.0
62 6

2.6
65 2

23. 82
23 8

100
33 8

9.6
43 5

80
51 5

75
59 0

3,5
62 6

27
65 3

2.2
67 5

1.7
69 2

16
70 8

23 8
23.8

88
32.6

95
42.2

81
50.3

78
58.2

36
61.8

27
64,5

20
66.5

17
68,3

16
70,0

New York (167)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . .
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative

18.8
18 8

134
32 2

10.8
43 1

100
53 2

97
62 9

69
69 8

44
74 2

3,5
77 7

31
80 8

20
82 8

15 9
15.9

13 9
29.8

11.5
41.4

107
52.1

68
58.9

45
63.4

49
68.3

3.6
72.0

34
75.4

26
78.1

North Carolina (63)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .

22.9
22.9

21,0
43 9

17.0
61 0

7.0
68 1

6.1
74 3

5.5
79.8

3.3
83 2

3.3
86,6

2.4
89 0

1.6
90 7

New Mexico (62)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative

207

6.5

6.2

20 7

41 6

209

12 8
54 5

78
62 3

72
69 6

64
76 0

40
80 1

4.0
84 2

29
87 1

19
89 1

North Dakota (142)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16,8
16 8

307

13 8

6.3
370

29
399

28
42 8

22
45 0

20 2
47 0

1.8
48.9

1.22
50 2

12
51 4

16 1
16.1

13 8
30.0

64
36.5

28
39.3

28
42.2

20
44.3

20
46.3

16
48.0

13
49.3

12
50.5

Ohio (239)
Assets
Per organization ,
Cumulative . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

17 6
17 6

12 9
30 5

90
39 6

80
47 g

74
55 0

44
59 5

42
63 7

37
67 4

34
70 9

32
74 1

16.1
16.1

13 6
29 8

8.4
38 2

84
466

72
53 9

3.9
579

42
62 1

3.3
65.5

3.0
68 5

30
71 5

Oklahoma (516)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

8.9
8,9

167

77

7.3
24.0

3.8
27 9

15
29 4

1.5
31 0

10
32 1

1.0
33.1

1.0
34 1

9
35 1

84

59
14 3

67
21 0

35
24 5

16
262

13
27 5

10
28 6

10
29 7

10
30 7

9
31 7

206



84

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by t otal assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

| 10

December 1984
Oregon (66)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization , .
Cumulative

40.3
403

32.9
73 2

6.5
79 7

4.02
83.8

1.9
85 7

1,6
87,3

.9
88 3

.9
892

.7
900

.5
906

38 1
38 1

31 9
70.0

68
76.8

45
81.4

23
83.7

17
85.4

11
86 5

1i
87.7

8
88.5

6
89.2

Pennsylvania (303)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

22.4
224

12.4
34 8

7.7
42.6

4,7
47,3

4.1
51 5

3.9
55.4

2.2
57 7

2.2
600

2.0
62 0

1.9
63.9

17 5
17 5

100
27 6

73
35.0

5.2
40.3

43
44 6

35
48.2

26
508

26
53 4

24
55 8

22
58.0

Rhode Island (14)
Assets
Per organization , .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

56 9
56.9

296
86.5

43
90.8

28
93,7

16
95.4

13
96.7

8
97.5

7
98.3

52
98.8

4
99.2

49 2
492

33 6
82 8

55
88.4

37
92.2

21
94.3

16
96.0

10
970

8
97.9

6
98.5

4
99.0

South Carolina (73)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

29 9
29.9

18 22
48.2

14 7
63.0

75
70.5

45
75.1

21
77.2

1 42
78.7

1.32
80.1

13
81.4

1.1
82.6

27.5
27 5

18.1
45 7

13.7
59.4

8.6
68.0

5.0
73.0

2.1
75.2

1.6
76 8

1,4
78.3

1.5
79.8

1.2
81.1

South Dakota (124)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . .
Cumulative
..

49 8
49 8

11 3
61 2

90
702

19
72 2

17
73 9

1.4
75 4

11
76 6

,9
77 5

8
78 4

,7
79 2

31 9
31 9

15 7
47 6

12 0
596

25
62 2

24
64 7

20
66.7

16
68 3

13
69.6

11
707

10
71.8

Tennessee (261)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13 7
13 7

13.0
26 8

12.0
38 8

8.3
472

58
53 0

3.52
566

16
58 2

1.3
59 6

1.2
609

1.0
61 9

13 3
13 3

12 8
26,2

11 4
37.7

78
45.5

51
50.7

3.2
53.9

17
55.7

14
57.2

12
58.5

1.0
59.5

11 8
11 8

10.3
22 1

9.7
31 8

8.6
405

83
48 9

5.0
53.9

32
57 2

2.3
59.5

1.8
61 3

1.4
62.8

96
96

92
18 8

80
26 8

81
35 0

80
43 0

53
48 4

32
51 7

26
54 4

19
56 3

16
57 9

27 8
27 8

23 7
51 6

9.9
61 5

7.7
692

7 32
766

3.7
80 3

28
83 2

1.8
85.1

1.3
86 5

.9
87.4

28 3
28 3

20 1
48.5

10 3
58.8

82
67.0

77
74.8

32
78.0

32
81.3

20
83.3

15
84.8

11
85.9

22.2
22 2

12.3
34 g

11.3
45 9

11.0
57 0

8.8
65 8

5.4
71 3

4.7
76 0

3.3
79 4

2.62
82 0

1.8
83 9

22 5
22 5

11.9
34 4

11.4
45.9

11.1
57.0

8.7
65 7

5.4
71.2

4.6
75.8

3.3
79.2

2.6
81.8

1.9
83.8

21 5
21 5

15 5
37 1

11 2
48 3

99
58 2

79
66 2

69
73 2

53
78 5

27
81 3

9
82 2

.8
83 0

204
204

14,6
35.1

10.5
45.6

9.5
55.1

7.7
62.8

7.9
70.7

5.7
76.5

2,9
79.5

.9
80,5

.9
81.4

Texas (1,241)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organisation . .
Cumulative

...

Utah (53)
Assets
Per organisation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organisation
Cumulative
Vermont (24)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organisation
Cumulative
Virginia (142)
Assets
Per organisation
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organisation . , . „
Cumulative,




;

207

78. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

J^

9

[ 10

December 1984
Washington (94)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

29.9
29.9

23.2
53.2

9.8
63.1

7.7
70.9

5.9
76.8

5. 12
81.9

2.3
84,3

1.92
86.3

L32
87.6

1.0
88.7

27.6
27.6

21.8
49.5

10.3
59.8

8.0
67.9

6.3
74.3

5.7
80.0

2.5
82.6

2.1
84.7

1.4
86,2

1.1
87.3

West Virginia (203)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

6.7
6.7

3.8
10.6

3.4
14.0

2.9
17.0

2.4
19.5

1.9
21.5

1.9
23.4

1.9
25.3

1.6
27.0

1.6
28.7

6.5
6.5

3.4
9.9

3.3
13.3

2.3
15.6

2.5
18.2

1.8
20.1

2.0
22.1

1.8
23.9

1.3
25.3

1.5
26,9

Wisconsin (440)
' Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .

13.6
13.6

11.0
24.7

7.6
32.3

3.2
35.6

2.8
38.4

2.3
40.7

2.2
43.0

1.7
44.7

1.6
46.4

1.6
48.0

12.2
12.2

9.8
22.0

7.4
29.5

3.4
33.0

2.7
35.7

2.3
38.1

2.0
40.1

1.7
41.8

1,6
43,5

1.6
45.2

Wyoming (65)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.3
16.3

11.8
28.2

11.5
39.7

4.9
44.7

4.2
48.9

3.8
52.7

3.62
56.4

3.1
59.5

2.0
61.6

2.0
63.6

16.2
16.2

11.9
28.1

11.1
39.3

4.7
44.0

4.3
48.4

3.8
52.2

3.7
55.9

3.1
59.1

2,1
61,2

2.0
63.3

3.6
3.6

3.4
7.0

2.2
9.3

1.8
11.2

1.7
12.9

1.7
14.7

1.7
16.4

1.4
17.8

1.2
19.0

1.1
20.2

3.9
3.9

2.1
6.1

1.7
7.8

1.9
9.8

1.4
11.2

1.3
12.6

,9
13.5

1.4
14.9

.9
15.9

.8
16,8

United States (11, 609)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . . .
Cumulative

208



.

79* Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1
A. Summary totals and comparisons
50 states and District of Columbia
Item
Holding company
groups

All commercial
banks

Holding company
groups as
percentage
of all commercial
banks

TVpe of branching
Statewide

Limited

Unit

December 31, 1984 , domestic data only
Banking offices
Total
Banks
Branches
Amounts (millions
of dollars)
Assets
Deposits

44,259
8,628
35,631

56,941
14,449
42,492

7.7

21,509
1,192
20,398

17,290
3,889
13,401

5,379
3,547
1,832

1,891,484
1,411,641

2,147,651
1,633,406

88.1
86.4

970,356
694,887

551,186
436,033

369,943
280,721

December 31, 1984, including foreign data
Banking offices
Total
Banks
Branches
Amounts (millions
of dollars)
Assets
Deposits

45,427
8,628
36,799

57,717
14,449
43,268

8.7

22,495
1,192
21,303

17,442
3,889
13,553

5,490
3,547
1,943

2,237,956
1,727,616

2,495,617
1,950,962

89.7
88.6

1,265,620
957,844

566,477
451,544

405,859
318,228

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, 1984 , domestic data only
Total (6,102
companies) . . .
Member
Nonmember . . . .

5,702

8,625
3,678
4,947

35,618
24,555
11,063

44,243
28,233
16,010

1,890,939
1,490,694
400,245

1,411,175
1,064,065
347,110

Multibank . . . . . . . .
Member
Nonmember

806

3,740
1,982
1,758

22,299
17,715
4,584

26,039
19,697
6,342

1,359,428
1,177,721
181,707

977,043
820,329
156,713

One-bank . . . . . .
Member
..
Nonmember . . . .

4,896

4,885
1,696
3,189

13,319
6,840
6,479

18,204
8,536
9,668

531,511
312,972
218,538

434,133
243,736
190,396

14,449

42,492

56,941

2,147,651

1,633,406

All commercial
banks .

December 31, 1984, including foreign data
Total (6, 102
companies) . . .
Member
Nonmember . . . .

5,702

8,625
3,678
4,947

36,786
25,678
11,108

45,411
29,356
16,055

2,237,410
1,828,040
409,371

1,727,151
1,370,413
356,738

Multibank
Member
Nonmember

806

3,740
1,982
1,758

23,335
18,738
4,597

27,075
20,720
6,355

1,663,461
1,478,653
184,808

1,252,384
1,092,444
159,940

One-bank
Member
Nonmember

4,8964

4,885
1,696
3,189

13,451
6,940
6,511

18,336
8,636
9,700

573,949
349,386
224,563

474,767
277,969
196,798

14,449

43,268

57,717

2,495,617

1,950,962

All commercial
banks .




209

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state
Number of offices
Number Number
of
of
holding holding
com- 5 company
panies
groups2-5

State, and class of bank

Deposits

Assets

Banks and branches

Banks

Branches

Total

As a perAs a percentage
centage
As a perIn
In
of all
centage millions ' ofafi
millions
comcomof an
of
of
mercial i dollars
mercial
comdoHars
mercial
bank
bank
banking
deposits
assets
offices

December 31, 1984 , domestic data only
50 states and District of
Columbia—Total
Member
Nonmember
Alabama . . . .
Member
Nonmember

5,702

....
.

...

8,625

35,618

44,243

77.7

1,890,939

88.0

1,411,175

86.4

3,678
4,947

6,070

24,555
11,063

28,233
16,010

84.7
67,8

1,490,694
400,245

92.7
74.2

1,064,065
347,110

9L3
74.2

82

79

136
61
75

622
471
151

758
532
226

75.0
86.1
57.7

19,644
15,933
3,710

80.2
89.0
56.3

15,364
12,129
3,235

78.5
87.9
55.9

8

7

8
3
5

72
55
17

80
58
22

52.6
56.9
44.0

2,831
1,310
1,521

63.8
57.1
71.0

2,277
1,050
1,226

63,6
58.1
69,1

Arizona
Member . .
Nonmember

20

16

16
7
9

619
412
207

635
419
216

90.1
97.2
78.8

20,497
14,268
6,229

95.6
99.0
88.7

17,570
12,148
5,421

95,4
99.0
88.1

Arkansas
Member
Nonmember

122

117

144
56
88

337
190
147

481
246
235

68,5
78.6
60,4

12,460
8,014
4,446

76.0
84.3
64.6

10,603
6,661
3,942

75.3
83.5
64,7

Alaska
Member . .
Nonmember

....

California
Member
Nonmember

. .

198

168

184
81
103

4,153
3,145
1,008

4,337
3,226
1,111

83.9
93.3
64.9

208,921
176,278
32,644

92.8
97.0
75.3

170,034
141,584
28,450

92.4
96.8
75.2

Colorado
Member
Nonmember

....

175

168

356
231
125

132
85
47

488
316
172

83.0
81.7
85.6

22,137
17,865
4,272

92.2
92.1
92.8

18,045
14,319
3,725

91.7
91.4
93.0

Connecticut
Member
Nonmember

...

13

13

18
5
13

484
318
166

502
323
179

81.5
91.2
68.3

19,070
12,445
6,625

88.7
95.9
77.8

15,155
9,517
5,638

87.5
95.2
77.0

31

17

20
15
5

70
38
32

90
53
37

47.1
84.1
28.9

14,833
12,112
2,720

80.3
99.1
43.5

5,514
4,196
1,318

62.8
91.0
31,6

17

n

11
11

147
147

158
158

89.3
90.8

11,136
11,136

96.1
96.7

8,773
8,773

95.8
96.5

167

146

267
145
122

1,763
1,343
420

2,030
1,488
542

82.0
89.2
67.1

66,013
52,362
13,651

86,7
93.6
67.5

56,198
44,026
12,171

86.5
93.5
67.9

137

127

193
44
149

913
621
292

1,106
665
441

75.3
90.5
60.2

32,819
25,392
7,427

85.0
95.4
62.0

24,986
18,397
6,589

83.1
94.5
623

Hawaii
Member
Nonmember

5

4

6

160

166

61.9

6,750

82.2

5,886

83.7

6

160

166

65.4

6,750

84.1

5',886

85.7

Idaho
Member .
Nonmember

12

12

13
4
9

237
182
55

250
186
64

84.7
87.3
78.0

6,207
5,236
971

90,9
92.9
81.5

5,207
4,335
873

90.5
92.6
81.5

Illinois
Member
Nonmember

538

507

717
276
441

539
268
271

1,256
544
712

63.3
65.9
61.5

113,304
88,492
24,812

85.0
90.4
70.3

77,951
55,872
22,079

81.7
87,0
70.7

Indiana
Member
Nonmember

180

177

182
79
103

934
558
376

1,116
637
479

67.6
75.5
59.4

32,248
22,427
9,821

76.4
83.8
63.5

26,431
17,800
8,632

75.0
82.4
63.2

....

....

Delaware
Member . .
Nonmember

....

District of Columbia
Member
Nonmember ...
Florida
Member
Nonmember
Georgia
Member . .
Nonmember

210



....
.

...
....
...

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Number of offices
Number
of
holding
companies5

State, and class of bank

Number
of
holding
company
groups2-5

Assets

Banks and branches

Banks

Branches

Total

As a perIn
centage millions
of afl
of
comdollars
mercial
banking
offices

Deposits

As a perAs a percentage
centage
In
of afl
of afl
millions
comcomof
mercial
mercial
dollars
bank
bank
assets
deposits

December 31, 1984 domestic data only
345

332

445
108
337

506
168
338

951
276
675

77.5
80.9
76.2

21,790
9,361
12,429

78.4
77.6
79.0

18,839
7,825
11,014

78.9
78.3
79.3

446

427

438
143
295

204
90
114

642
233
409

74.6
80.1
71.8

18,558
9,559
8,999

82.0
88.6
76.0

16,081
8,097
7,984

81.8
88.3
76.1

172

172

180
53
127

588
327
261

768
380
388

68.6
83.2
58.6

21,277
13,668
7,608

77.7
89.9
62.5

16,986
10,483
6,503

76.2
88.7
62.1

163

159

158
35
123

680
310
370

838
345
493

68.0
76.2
63.2

27,131
15,924
11,207

77.0
86.0
67.0

22,775
12,902
9,874

76.2
85.1
67.0

Maine . . .
Member
Nonmember,

14

10

14
7
7

372
205
167

386
212
174

97.5
92.6
104.2

5,058
2,394
2,664

110.3
89.8
138.7

4,311
2,004
2,307

110.3
89.1
138.9

Maryland
Member
Nonmember

27

18

36
14
22

970
652
318

1,006
666
340

83.8
89.6
74.4

24,299
15,993
8,307

89.6
93.8
82.4

17,988
11,308
6,680

87.7
92.3
80.9

36

33

84
47
37

923
469
454

1,007
516
491

85.9
87.3
84.5

44,484
31,745
12,738

90.4
97.1
77.2

33,574
22,639
10,934

89.2
96.4
77.2

58

56

229
132
97

1,770
1,303
467

1,999
1,435
564

79.9
83.8
71.5

56,536
47,027
9,509

87.5
91.5
71.9

45,796
37,276
8,521

86.4
90.6
71.8

398

388

532
188
344

315
160
155

847
348
499

77.2
86.1
72.0

41,346
30,934
10,412

90.3
95.2
78.3

30,391
21,199
9,192

88.8
94.4
78.2

72

72

71
23
48

520
276
244

591
299
292

65.0
79.9
54.6

11,266
6,751
4,516

71.9
86.4
57.4

9,495
5,492
4,003

70.9
85.5
57.5

Missouri ...
Member
Nonmember

266

248

530
138
392

522
179
343

1,052
317
735

80.4
90.1
76.9

41,862
23,608
18,253

92.2
102.0
82.0

34,091
17,981
16,110

91.4
101.5
82.3

Montana
Member
Nonmember

70

62

126
64
62

31
23
8

157
87
70

77.7
74.4
82,4

6,208
4,346
1,861

86.9
87.0
86.7

5,265
3,621
1,644

86.4
86.3
86.5

Nebraska
Member . .
Nonmember

319

306

335
106
229

163
87
76

498
193
305

74.6
84.3
69.5

13,256
8,615
4,642

84.9
93,1
73.1

11,240
7,112
4,128

84.6
92.7
73.6

5

4

5
3
2

144
142
2

149
145
4

68.7
97.3
5.9

4,564
4,504
60

84.4
98.5
7.2

3,642
3,593
49

83.8
98.5
7.0

New Hampshire
Member .
Nonm&mber

18

17

34
16
18

179
80
99

213
96
117

79.5
69.1
90.7

5,564
2,313
3,251

102.3
80.1
127.4

4,665
1,899
2,766

99.6
78.8
121.8

New Jersey
Member
Nonrnemter

37

36

70
49
21

1,389
1,219
170

1,459
1,268
191

77.9
83.7
53.4

42,452
37,838
4,614

81.9
87.1
54.9

35,897
31,813
4,083

81.3
86.7
54,7

Iowa
Member
Nonmember
Kansas
Member
Nonmember

....

Kentucky
Member
Nonmember
Louisiana
Member. .
Nonmember

Massachusetts
Member
Nonmember

...
.

...

Michigan
Member
Nonmember
Minnesota
Member. ,
Nonmember
Mississippi
Member .
Nonmember

Nevada
Member
Nonmember




...

...

....

....

....

...

...

....

211

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Deposits
1
Banks and branches
As a perAs a percentage
As a percentage
In
In
ofafl
of all
centage millions
millions
comcomBranches
ofafl
of
of
mercial
commercial
Total
dollars
dollars
bank
bank
mercial
banking
assets
deposits
offices
Number of offices

State, and class of bank

Number
of
holding
companies5

Number
of
holding
company
groups2-5

Banks

j

Assets

December 31, 1984 , domestic data only
New Mexico
Member
Nonmember

43

38

70
40
30

239
131
108

309
171
138

83.5
83.4
83.6

7,098
4,604
2,494

81,3
79.4
85.1

6,213
4,016
2,197

82.4
80.9
85 J

New York
Member
Nonmember

104

69

99
67
32

3,159
2,922
237

3,258
2,989
269

92.6
93.3
85.1

342,048
324,141
17,907

97.8
98.3
89.1

197,787
184,425
13,362

97.5
97.7
93,9

North Carolina ...
Member
Nonmember

19

19

19
7
12

1,710
859
851

1,729
866
863

91.4
96.0
87.2

36,621
26,600
10,021

94.6
98.1
86.3

27,024
18,383
8,640

93.7
97.7
86.1

North Dakota
Member
Nonmember

92

90

128
34
94

105
38
67

233
72
161

75.2
79.1
73.5

5,328
2,611
2,717

80.4
83.5
77.6

4,601
2,209
2,392

80.3
83.4
77.6

Ohio
Member
Nonmember

60

59

136
99
37

1,922
1,766
156

2,058
1,865
193

79.4
82.2
59.6

61,937
58,960
2,977

86.7
89.0
57.5

47,397
44,761
2,636

85.1
87.6
57.5

351

330

357
162
195

194
93
101

551
255
296

71.0
69.7
72.2

27,098
18,856
8,242

84.3
86.8
79.2

22,870
15,470
7,400

83.7
85.9
79.3

20

19

25
10
15

542
370
172

567
380
187

81.6
94,5
63.8

15,077
12,252
2,825

91.4
98.3
70.1

11,596
9,172
2,424

90.1
98.1
68.8

Pennsylvania
Member . .
Nonmember

103

97

124
74
50

2,296
1,409
887

2,420
1,483
937

79.2
77.8
81.4

102,631
75,015
27,616

88.8
89.6
86.9

75,171
51,403
23,768

86.8
86,9
86,5

Rhode Island
Member
Nonmember

10

10

10
3
7

197
126
71

207
129
78

90.4
98.5
79.6

7,370
6,545
825

98.9
99.7
93.2

5,028
4,306
722

98,8
99.7
93.6

South Carolina
Member
Nonmember . .

22

22

22
10
12

565
348
217

587
358
229

67.8
88,2
49.8

9,114
6,861
2,253

70.4
91,8
41,1

7,263
5,250
2,013

70.1
90.9
43.9

South Dakota
Member
Nonmember

63

61

80
33
47

156
117
39

236
150
86

73.3
84.3
59.7

12,099
10,926
1,173

91.1
95.5
64.0

7,593
6,556
1,037

88.0
93.5
64,2

Tennessee
Member
Nonmember . . .

129

125

160
54
106

841
516
325

1,001
570
431

74.4
93.3
58.7

27,289
19,980
7,309

84.2
96.6
62.3

22,613
16,100
6,513

83.1
96.2
62.2

Texas
Member
Nonmember

604

546

1,161
629
532

295
81
214

1,456
710
746

65.8
61.5
70.4

158,627
113,840
44,787

84.6
85.8
81.7

121,226
81,866
39,360

83.0
83.8
81.6

28

26

33
14
19

311
247
64

344
261
83

83.5
91.6
65.4

8,544
7,168
1,377

87.9
92.9
68.7

6,655
5,488
1,167

87.5
93.1
68.3

14

13

16
5
11

174
60
114

190
65
125

90.5
74.7
101.6

3,647
1,049
2,598

100.5
78.8
113.1

3,261
932
2,330

100.0
78.3
112.5

33

29

64
59
5

1,208
1,095
113

1,272
1,154
118

73.9
77.9
49.2

28,876
26,574
2,302

77.3
79.9
56.7

22,928
20,916
2,012

76.3
79,1
56.1

Oklahoma
Member . . . .
Nonmember
Oregon ....
Member
Nonmember . .

Utah
Member . . .
Nonmember

...

....

...

Vermont
Member
Nonmember
Virginia
Member
Nonmember . .

212



...

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Number of offices

State, and class of bank

Number
of
holding
com- 5
panies

Number
of
holding
company
groups2-5

Banks

Branches

Total

Deposits

Assets

Banks and branches
As a perIn
centage millions
of all
of
comdollars
mercial
banking
offices

As a perAs a percentage
centage
In
of afi
of all
millions
comcomof
mercial
mercial
dollars
bank
bank
assets
deposits

December 31, 1984 , domestic data only
Washington
Member
Nonmember

32

31

39
15
24

705
629
76

744
644
100

73.6
95.8
29.5

24,480
22,983
1,497

88,2
98.1
34.6

19,236
17,902
1,334

87.0
97.8
35.1

West Virginia
Member
Nonmember

52

52

78
51
27

77
58
19

155
109
46

41.7
47.8
31.9

7,624
5,909
1,715

57.1
64.2
413

6,251
4,762
1,489

55.4
623
41.0

Wisconsin
Member
Nonmember

214

204

353
101
252

460
166
294

813
267
546

67.5
75.6
64.2

26,974
14,823
12,150

77.4
86.7
68.5

21,953
11,324
10,629

76.0
85.0
683

42

41

93
67
26

4
1
3

97
68
29

80.8
79.1
85.3

3,940
3,149
791

86.9
86.6
87.8

3,481
2,774
707

86.9
86.6
88.1

Wyoming
..
Member
Nonmember . . . .

December 31, 1984, including foreign data
50 states and District of
Columbia—Total
Member
Nonmember

6,070

....

8,625

36,786

45,411

78.7

2,237,410

89.7

1,727,151

88.5

3,678
4,947

5,702

25,678
11,108

29,356
16,055

85.7
68.4

1,828,040
409,371

93.9
74.6

1,370,413
356,738

93.0
74.7

82

79

136
61
75

625
474
151

761
535
226

75.7
87.3
57.7

19,707
15,997
3,710

80.3
89.1
56.3

15,485
12,250
3,235

78.6
88.0
55.9

8

7

8
3
5

73
56
17

81
59
22

53.3
573
44.9

2,833
1,312
1,521

63.9
57.2
71.0

2,278
1,051
1,226

63.6
58.1
69.1

20

16

16
7
9

624
415
209

640
422
218

90.3
97.2
79.3

20,527
14,297
6,229

95.6
99.0
88.7

17,595
12,173
5,422

95.4
99.0
88.1

122

117

144
56
88

337
190
147

481
246
235

68.5
78.6
60.4

12,461
8,015
4,446

76.0
843
64.6

10,606
6,664
3,942

753
83.5
64.7

198

168

184
81
103

4,327
3,310
1,017

4,511
3,391
1,120

86.7
93.5
71.0

263,030
229,638
33,392

94,2
97.7
75.4

217,267
188,122
29,144

93.9
97.6
753

175

168

356
231
125

134
87
47

490
318
172

83.1
81.7
85,6

22,324
18,051
4,272

923
92.2
92.8

18,240
14,514
3,725

91.8
91.5
93.0

Connecticut . . . . . . . .
Member
Noiimembei'
..

13

13

18
5
13

491
323
168

509
328
181

81.7
91.4
68.6

19,637
13,005
6,633

89.0
96.1
77.8

15,685
10,032
5,653

87.9
95.5
77.0

Delaware
Member
Nonmembfijc

31

17

20
15
5

73
41
32

93
56
37

47.9
84.8
28.9

15,403
12,682
2,720

80.9
99.1
43.5

6,494
5,176
1,318

66,5
92.5
31.6

17

11

11
11

154
154

165
165

89.7
91.2

13,451
13,451

96.8
973

10,909
10,909

96.6
97.1

167

146

267
145
122

1,775
1,354
421

2,042
1,499
543

82.3
89.5
67.4

66,934
53,250
13,683

86.8
93.7
67.6

56,968
44,748
12,220

86.6
93.6
68.0

Alabama
Member
Nonmember

....

Alaska
*
Member
Nonmember
Arizona
Member
.
Nonrnember

..

. , ..

Arkansas
Member
Nonmember
California
Member
Nonmember

..
..

Colorado
Member
Nonmember

District of Columbia
Member
Nonmernbe r
Florida .
Member . ,
Nonmember




..

213

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Number of offices
Number Number
of
of
holding holding
company
companies5 groups2'5

State, and class of bank

Banks and branches

Banks

Branches

Total

Deposits

Assets

As a perIn
centage millions
of aU
of
comdollars
mercial
banking
offices

As a perAs a percentage
centage
In
of all
of an
millions
comcomof
mercial
mercial
dollars
bank
bank
assets
deposits

December 31, 1984, including foreign data
Georgia
Member . . .
Nonmember

127

193
44
149

4

6
6

Hawaii
Member
Nonmember

137

5

....

1,113
672
441

76.3
92.6
60.2

33,723
26,296
7,427

85.3
95.5
62.0

25,972
19,383
6,589

83.7
94.7
62.3

173

179

64.4

7,361

83.5

6,437

84.9

'173

*179

oV.8

7,361

85.3

6,437

86,8

920
628
292

12

12

13
4
9

237
182
55

250
186
64

84.7
87.3
78.0

6,207
5,236
971

90.9
92.9
81.5

5,207
4,335
873

90.5
92.6
81.5

Illinois . . . .
Member
Nonmember

538

507

717
276
441

614
342
272

1,331
618
713

64.8
68.7
61.8

138,968
114,038
24,930

87.4
92.4
70.2

102,666
80,484
22,181

85.4
90.6
70,6

Indiana
Member .
Nonmember

180

111

182
79
103

939
563
376

1,121
642
479

67.8
75.7
59.4

32,448
22,627
9,821

76.5
83.9
63.5

26,629
17,998
8,632

75,1
82,6
63.2

Iowa
Member
Nonmember

345

332

445
108
337

546
208
338

991
316
675

81.0
93.2
76.3

21,804
9,375
12,429

78.4
77.6
79.0

18,875
7,861
11,014

78.9
78.4
79.3

Kansas
Member
Nonmember

446

427

438
143
295

204
90
114

642
233
409

74.6
80.1
71.8

18,558
9,559
8,999

82,0
88.6
76.0

16,081
8,097
7,984

81.3
88.3
76.1

Kentucky
Member
Nonmember

172

172

180
53
127

590
329
261

770
382
388

68.7
83,2
58.6

21,524
13,916
7,608

77.9
90.1
62.5

17,306
10,802
6,503

76.5
88,9
62, 1

Louisiana
Member
Nonmember .

163

159

158
35
123

683
313
370

841
348
493

68.3
77.2
63.2

27,163
15,956
11,207

77.0
86.1
67.0

22,800
12,927
9,874

76.2
85.2
67.0

Idaho
Member
Nonmember

. .

....

Maine
Member
Nonmember

.

14

10

14
7
7

372
205
167

386
212
174

97.5
92.6
104.2

5,058
2,394
2,664

110.3
89.8
138.7

4,311
2,004
2,307

110.3
89.1
138.9

Maryland
Member
Nonmember

....

27

18

36
14
22

977
659
318

1,013
673
340

84.4
90.6
74.4

25,025
16,719
8,307

89.9
94.1
82.4

18,735
12,056
6,680

88.1
92.7
80,9

36

33

84
47
37

989
535
454

1,073
582
491

87,2
89.3
84,9

53,238
40,500
12,738

91.9
97.7
77.2

40,873
29,939
10,934

90.9
97.2
77.2

58

56

229
132
97

1,785
1,318
467

2,014
1,450
564

80.8
85.1
71.6

59,132
49,623
9,509

88.0
91.9
71.9

48,300
39,779
8,521

87.0
91.1
71.8

398

388

532
188
344

324
169
155

856
357
499

77.4
86.4
72.0

44,445
34,033
10,412

90.9
95.7
78.3

33,437
24,245
9,192

89.7
95.0
78.2

72

72

71
23
48

521
277
244

592
300
292

65.1
80.0
54.6

11,284
6,768
4,516

71.9
86.5
57.4

9,508
5,504
4,003

71,0
85.5
57.5

266

248

530
138
392

527
184
343

1,057
322
735

80.6
90.7
76.9

42,300
24,047
18,253

923
102.0
82.0

34,710
18,600
16,110

91.6
101.5
82.3

Massachusetts
Member
Nonmember

....

Michigan
Member
Nonmember

....
....

Minnesota
Member
Nonmember

....

Mississippi
Member
Nonmember
Missouri
Member
Nonmember

214



...

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Number of offices

State, and class of bank

Number
of
holding
com- 5
panies

Number
of
holding
company
groups2'5

Banks

Branches
Total

Deposits

Assets

Banks and branches
As a perIn
centage millions
of all
of
comdollars
mercial
banking
offices

As a perAs a percentage
centage
In
ofafi
ofafi
millions
comcomof
mercial
mercial
dollars
bank
bank
deposits
assets

December 31, 1984, including foreign data
70

62

126
64
62

31
23
8

157
87
70

77.7
74.4
82.4

6,208
4,346
1,861

86.9
87.0
86.7

5,265
3,621
1,644

86.4
86.3
86.5

319

306

335
106
229

163
87
76

498
193
305

74.7
84.6
69.5

13,256
8,615
4,642

84.9
93.1
73.1

11,240
7,112
4,128

84.6
92.7
73.6

5

4

5
3
2

144
142
2

149
145
4

76.0
97.3
8.5

4,564
4,504
60

84.4
98.5
7.2

3,642
3,593
49

83.8
98.5
7.0

New Hampshire
Member .
Nonmember

18

17

34
16
18

179
80
99

213
96
117

79.8
69.1
91.4

5,564
2,313
3,251

102.3
80.1
121 A

4,665
1,899
2,766

99.6
78.8
121.8

New Jersey
Member
Nonmember

37

36

70
49
21

1,397
1,227
170

1,467
1,276
191

78.1
83.9
53.4

42,840
38,226
4,614

82.0
87.2
54.9

36,341
32,257
4,083

81.5
86.9
54.7

New Mexico . .
Member
Nonmember .

43

38

70
40
30

239
131
108

309
171
138

83.5
83.4
83.6

7,098
4,604
2,494

81.3
79.4
85.1

6,213
4,016
2,197

82.4
80.9
85.1

New York
Member
Nonmember

104

69

99
67
32

3,720
3,470
250

3,819
3,537
282

93.8
94.4
87.6

563,840
538,333
25,508

98.5
98.8
92.4

395,643
374,073
21,570

98,5
98.6
96.4

North Carolina
Member
Nonmember

19

19

19
7
12

1,721
869
852

1,740
876
864

91.4
96.1
87.2

39,038
29,017
10,021

94.9
98.3
86.3

29,403
20,762
8,640

94.2
98.0
86.1

North Dakota
Member
Nonmember

92

90

128
34
94

105
38
67

233
72
161

75.2
79.1
73.5

5,328
2,611
2,717

80.4
83.5
77.6

4,601
2,209
2,392

80.3
83,4
77.6

Ohio
Member
Nonmember ,

60

59

136
99
37

1,938
1,782
156

2,074
1,881
193

80.4
83.3
59.6

62,271
59,294
2,977

86.7
89.0
57.5

48,095
45,459
2,636

85.3
87.8
57.5

Oklahoma
Member
Nonmember ,

351

330

357
162
195

198
97
101

555
259
296

71.3
70.0
72.5

27,123
18,881
8,242

84.3
86.8
79.2

23,050
15,650
7,400

83.8
86.1
79.3

Oregon
Member
Nonmember

20

19

25
10
15

546
374
172

571
384
187

81.7
94.6
63.8

15,200
12,376
2,825

91,5
98.3
70.1

11,695
9,271
2,424

90.1
98.1
68.8

Pennsylvania
Member
Nonmember

103

97

124
74
50

2,332
1,443
889

2,456
1,517
939

79.5
78.2
81.6

109,867
82,252
27,616

89.5
90.4
86.9

82,092
58,324
23,768

87.7
88.3
86.5

Rhode Island . „
Member . . . „ ,
Nonmember ,

10

10

10
3
7

201
130
71

211
133
78

95.0
98.5
89.7

7,838
7,013
825

99.0
99.7
93.2

5,691
4,969
722

98.9
99.7
93,6

South Carolina
Member
Nonmember

22

22

22
10
12

568
351
217

590
361
229

67.9
88.3
49.8

9,114
6,861
2,253

70.4
91.8
41.1

7,263
5,250
2,013

69.8
90.9
43.5

South Dakota
Member
Nonmember

63

61

80
33
47

156
117
39

236
150
86

73.5
84.3
60.1

12,099
10,926
1,173

91.1
95,5
64.0

7,593
6,556
1,037

88.0
93.5
64.2

Montana
Member
Nonmember
Nebraska
Member
..
Nonmember
Nevada
Member
Nonmember




...

215

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Number of offices

State, and class of bank

Number
of
holding
com- 5
panies

Number
of
holding
company
groups2-5

.
Banks and branches

Banks

Branches

Total

Deposits

Assets

As a perIn
centage millions
of all
of
comdollars
mercial
banking
offices

As a perAs a percentage
centage
In
of afl
of af!
millions
comcomof
mercial
mercial
dollars
bank
bank
assets
deposits

December 31, 1984, including foreign data
Tennessee . .
Member
Nonmember

129

125

160
54
106

847
522
325

1,007
576
431

75,0
94.1
59.0

27,491
20,182
7,309

84.3
96.6
62.3

22,733
16,220
6,513

83.2
96.2
62.2

Texas
Member
Nonmember

604

546

1,161
629
532

324
109
215

1,485
738
747

66.4
62.6
70.6

168,255
123,459
44,796

85.3
86.7
81.7

133,205
93,836
39,369

84.3
85.5
81.6

Utah
Member
Nonmember

28

26

33
14
19

312
248
64

345
262
83

83.5
91.6
65.4

8,694
7,318
1,377

88.1
93.0
68.7

6,806
5,639
1,167

87.8
93.3
68.3

Vermont .
Member
Nonmember

14

13

16
5
11

174
60
114

190
65
125

90.5
74.7
101.6

3,647
1,049
2,598

100.5
78.8
113.1

3,261
932
2,330

100.0
78.3
112.5

Virginia
Member
Nonmember

33

29

64
59
5

1,211
1,098
113

1,275
1,157
118

74.5
78.6
49.2

28,930
26,628
2,302

76.7
79.1
56.7

23,037
21,025
2,012

75.6
78.2
56.1

Washington
Member
Nonmember

32

31

39
15
24

720
644
76

759
659
100

74.0
95.9
29.5

25,745
24,249
1,497

88.7
98.2
34.6

20,220
18,886
1,334

87.6
97.9
35.1

West Virginia
Member
Nonmember

52

52

78
51
27

77
58
19

155
109
46

41.7
47.8
31.9

7,624
5,909
1,715

57.1
64.2
41.3

6,251
4,762
1,489

55.4
62.3
41.0

Wisconsin . .
Member
Nonmember

214

204

353
101
252

465
171
294

818
272
546

68.3
77.9
64.3

27,293
15,143
12,150

77.6
86.9
68.5

22,294
11,665
10,629

76.3
85.4
68.3

Wyoming
Member
Nonmember

42

41

93
67
26

4
1
3

97
68
29

80.8
79.1
85.3

3,940
3,149
791

86.9
86.6
87.8

3,481
2,774
707

86.9
86.6
88 .1

216



79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state
„

State, and type of
holding company

h

4 - °~
m

£

Amounts (millions of dollars)

Number of offices
Number

groups2-5

Holding companies
Banks

Branches

All commercial banks

Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Assets

Deposits

Holding All com- Holding All comcomcommercial
mercial
banks
banks
panies
panies

,
December 31, 1984 domestic data only
50 states and
District of
ColumbiaTotal . . .

6,068'

8,628

35,631

44,259

Multibank . . .
One-bank . . . . . .

1,008
5,060*

3,743
4,885

22,312
13,319

26,055
18,204

14,449

42,492

56,941 1,891,4842,147,6511,411,6411,633,406
1,359,974
531,511

. . . 977,508
. . . 434,133

Alabama
Multibank
One-bank . . . . . .

L

82
14
68

136
71
65

622
526
96

758
597
161

268

742

1,010

19,644
16,355
3,288

24,490
...
...

15,364
12,470
2,894

19,582

Alaska
Multibank .
One-bank

S

8
3
5

8
4
4

72
13
59

80
17
63

15

137

152

2,831
913
1,919

4,435
...
...

2,277
741
1,535

3,581

Arizona
...
Multibank . . . . . .
One-bank . . , „ . ,

S

19
1
18

15
1
14

608
111
431

623
178
445

46

659

705

20,300
5,677
14,623

21,442
...
, . .

17,396
4,685
12,711

18,423

Arkansas
Multibank .
One-bank ...

L

122
16
106

144
40
104

337
138
199

481
178
303

258

444

702

12,460
5,554
6,906

16,387
...
...

10,603
4,514
6,089

14,077

California
Multibank
One-bank .

S

198
26
172

184
34
150

4,153
2,844
1,309

4,337
2,878
1,459

450

4,720

5,170

208,921 225,065 170,034
150,520
. . . 120,978
58,402
. . . 49,056

184,024

Colorado
Multibank . . . . . .
One-bank

U

175
41
134

356
224
132

132
95
.37

488
319
169

446

142

588

22,137
17,847
4,290

23,998
.. ,
...

18,045
14,237
3,807

19,674

Connecticut
Multibank ,
One-bank

S

13
3
10

18
8
10

484
212
272

502
220
282

50

566

616

19,070
9,057
10,012

21,493
...
...

15,155
7,387
7,768

17,318

Delaware
Multibank
One-bank

S

31
27
4

20
16
4

70
31
39

90
47
43

32

159

191

14,833
11,824
3,008

18,474
...
...

5,514
3,672
1,842

8,785

S

17
7
10

11
2
9

147
55
92

158
57
101

19

158

177

11,136
4,842
6,294

11,587
...
...

8,773
3,919
4,854

9,161

Florida
Multibank
One-bank

S

167
51
116

267
164
103

1,763
1,368
395

2,030
1,532
498

432

2,044

2,476

66,013
51,400
14,613

76,158
...
...

56,198
43,689
12,509

64,999

Georgia
Multibank
One-bank

L

138
32
106

199
98
101

937
701
236

1,136
799
337

382

1,086

1,468

33,582
27,494
6,089

38,610
...
...

25,644
20,459
5,185

30,056

Hawaii . . .
Multibank
One-bank

S

5
2
3

6
1
5

160
15
145

166
16
150

21

247

268

6,750
483
6,267

8,210
...
...

5,886
441
5,445

7,033

Idaho
Multibank
One-bank . . % . . .

S

12
4
8

13
5
8

237
203
34

250
208
42

25

270

295

6,207
5,645
561

6,824
...
...

5,207
4,706
502

5,752

Illinois . . . .
Multibank
One-bank

U

536
119
417

715
308
407

539
258
281

1,254
566
688

1,241

742

1,983

113,284 133,229
84,307
...
28,977
...

77,932
52,683
25,249

95,416

Indiana
Multibank
One-bank

L

180
5
175

182
10
172

934
72
862

1,116
82
1.034

377

1,273

1,650

26,431
1,749
24.683

35,247

District of
Columbia- .
Multibank
One-bank




32,248
2,075
30.173

42,233
...
...

217

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
Number of offices
State, and type of
holding company

Number
of
holding
branch- company
ing7
groups2-5

^

Banks

Branches

Amounts (millions of dollars)

All commercial banks

Holding companies
Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Assets

Deposits

Holding All comcommercial
banks
panies

All commercial
panies j banks

December 31, 1984 , domestic data only
Iowa . .
Multibank
One-bank

...

L

345
36
309

445
142
303

506
259
247

951
401
550

625

602

1,227

21,790
10,519
11,271

27,794

18,839
9,024
9,815

23,890

U

446
24
422

438
26
412

204
29
175

642
55
587

628

233

861

18,558
3,063
15,495

22,631

16,081
2,591
13,489

19,668

L

172
11
161

180
19
161

588
153
435

768
172
596

335

784

1,119

21,277
7,966
13,311

27,382

16,986
5,883
11,103

22,299

L

163
3
160

158
3
155

680
31
649

838
34
804

303

930

1,233

27,131
3,969
23,162

35,237

22,775
3,121
19,655

29,886

S

14
9
5

14
9
5

372
237
135

386
246
140

26

370

396

5,058
3,138
1,920

4,588

4,311
2,659
1,652

3,909

Maryland
Multibank
One-bank

s

27
14
13

36
25
11

970
620
350

1,006
645
361

87

1,113

1,200

24,299
15,896
8,403

27,122

17,988
11,479
6,509

20,516

Massachusetts . . . .
Multibank
One-bank

S

36
9
27

84
60
24

923
111
146

1,007
837
170

122

1,050

1,172

44,484
36,178
8,306

49,205

33,574
27,324
6,250

37,650

Michigan
Multibank
One-bank

L

58
26
32

229
198
31

1,770
1,667
103

1,999
1,865
134

362

2,139

2,501

56,536
54,280
2,256

64,621

45,796
43,771
2,025

53,029

Minnesota
Multibank
One-bank

L

398
45
353

532
184
348

315
172
143

847
356
491

738

359

1,097

41,346
31,708
9,638

45,776

30,391
21,831
8,560

34,217

Mississippi
Multibank
One-bank

L

72

71

520

591

153

756

909

11,266

15,675

9,495

13,383

72

71

520

591

U

266
62
204

530
329
201

522
370
152

1,052
699
353

712

596

1,308

41,862
34,637
7,225

45,395

34,091
27,645
6,447

37,293

U

70
20
50

126
77
49

31
28
3

157
105
52

169

33

202

6,208
4,801
1,406

7,140

5,265
4,013
1,251

6,096

Nebraska .
Multibank
One-bank

L

319
20
299

335
40
295

163
61
102

498
101
397

473

195

668

13,256
5,501
7,756

15,609

11,240
4,353
6,886

13,279

Nevada
Multibank
One-bank

S

5
1
4

5
1
4

144
72
72

149
73
76

15

202

217

4,564
2,684
1,880

5,407

3,642
2,163
1,479

4,345

New Hampshire . . .
Multibank
One-bank
, .

S

18
7

179
123
56

213
146
67

62

206

268

5,564
4,160
1,405

5,440

4,665
3,423
1,242

4,681

n

34
23
11

New Jersey
Multibank
One-bank

S

37
13
24

70
47
23

1,389
1,004
385

1,459
1,051
408

124

1,749

1,873

42,452
32,538
9,914

51,830

35,897
27,112
8,784

44,149

, ..

Kansas
Multibank
One-bank
Kentucky
Multibank
One-bank

..

Louisiana
Multibank
One-bank
Maine
Multibank
One-bank

Missouri .
Multibank
One-bank
Montana
Multibank
One-bank

« ..

...

.,.

218



11,266

9,495

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
Amounts (millions of dollars)

Number of offices
Number
of
holding
branch- company
ing7
groups2'5
Type

State, and type of
holding company

Holding companies
Banks

Branches

All commercial banks

Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Deposits

Assets

Holding All com- Holding All comcomcommercial
mercial
panies
panies
banks
banks

,
December 31, 1984 domestic data only
New Mexico.
Multibank
One-bank

L

43
10
33

70
41
29

239
153
86

309
194
115

95

275

370

New York
Multibank
One-bank

S

104
38
66

99
58
41

3,159
2,738
421

3,258
2,796
462

196

3,324

3,520

North Carolina
Multibank
One-bank

S

19
3
16

19
3
16

1,710
648
1,062

1,729
651
1,078

63

1,829

1,892

North Dakota
Multibank
One-bank

U

92
9
83

128
47
81

105
46
59

233
93
140

179

131

Ohio
Multibank
One-bank

L

60
22
38

136
99
37

1,922
1,746
176

2,058
1,845
213

317

Oklahoma
Multibank
One-bank

L

351
28
323

357
49
308

194
35
159

551
84
467

Oregon
Multibank
One-bank . . . . . .

S

20
4
16

25
10
15

542
419
123

Pennsylvania,
Multibank
„ ..
One-bank . . . . . .

L

103
29
74

124
50
74

Rhode Island . . . . . .
Multibank
One-bank . . . . . .

S

10
1
9

South Carolina
Multibank
One-bank

S

South Dakota
Multibank
One-bank . . . .

7,098
4,921
2,177

8,730

6,213
4,284
1,929

7,543

342,048 349,671 197,787 202,904
286,799
166,410
31,377
55,249
36,621
23,649
12,972

38,709

27,024
15,740
11,284

28,847

310

5,328
2,854
2,474

6,628

4,601
2,438
2,163

5,733

2,276

2,593

61,937
58,170
3,767

71,450

47,397
44,162
3,235

55,669

539

237

776

27,098
12,578
14,520

32,139

22,870
9,823
13,047

27,338

567
429
138

72

623

695

15,077
13,013
2,064

16,490

11,596
9,831
1,765

12,876

2,296
1,382
914

2,420
1,432
988

325

2,732

3,057

102,631 115,539
72,657
29,974

75,171
50,434
24,737

86,632

10
1
9

197
48
149

207
49
158

13

216

229

7,370
4,238
3,131

7,448

5,028
2,510
2,519

5,091

22
2
20

22
2
20

565
80
485

587
82
505

73

793

866

9,114
597
8,516

12,952

7,263
522
6,741

10,366

S

63
16
47

80
34
46

156
111
45

236
145
91

141

181

322

12,099
10,610
1,488

13,274

7,593
6,281
1,312

8,629

Tennessee . . . . t ...
Multibank , . * . . .
One-bank

L

129
21
108

160
52
108

841
344
497

1,001
396
605

293

1,345

27,289
13,127
14,162

32,426

22,613
10,754
11,860

27,200

Texas
Multibank
One-bank

U

604
168
436

1,161
747
414

295
229
66

1,456
976
480

2,213

158,627
137,087
21,540

Utah
Multibank . . . . .
One-bank . . . .

S

28
4
24

33
11
22

311
158
153

344
169
175

60

352

412

8,544
4,454
4,091

9,721

6,655
3,596
3,059

7,604

Vermont
Multibank
One-bank

S

14
3
11

16
6
10

174
53
121

190
59
131

27

183

210

3,647
1,127
2,520

3,628

3,261
1,021
2,240

3,260

Virginia
Multibank . . . . . .
One-bank

S

33
15
18

64
46
18

1,208
883
325

1,272
929
343

176

1,546 . 1,722

28,876
19,632
9,244

37,335

22,928
15,716
7,212

30,037




1,849

1,052

364

187,520 121,226 145,977
102,083
19,143

219

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
Amounts (millions of dollars)

Number of offices
State, and type of
holding company

TVpe
br
&hIn

8

^

Holding companies

£K
groups'* Banks Branches

Total

Banks Branches

Total

Deposits

Assets

All commercial banks

Holding
companies

All commercial
banks

Holding All corncornmercial
panics J banks

December 31, 1984, domestic data only
Washington ....
Multibank
One-bank

S

32
11
21

39
18
21

705
558
147

744
576
168

102

909

West Virginia
Multibank
One-bank

L

52
19
33

78
45
33

77
44
33

155
89
66

227

145

Wisconsin
Multibank
One-bank

L

214
50
164

353
189
164

460
323
137

813
512
301

590

Wyoming
Multibank
One-bank

U

42
14
28

93
66
27

4
3
1

97
69
28

25

952
274
678

1,192
589
603

20,398
13,447
6,951

Limited branching
Multibank
One-bank

18

3,001
387
2,614

3,889
1,330
2,559

Unit banking
Multibank
One-bank

8

2,231
457
1,774

3,547
1,824
1,723

24,480
21,440
3,040

27,761

19,236
16,663
2,573

22,105

372

7,624
4,764
2,860

13,354

6,251
3,832
2,419

11,279

614

1,204

26,974
20,365
6,609

34,854

21,953
16,173
5,779

28,891

116

4

120

3,940
2,861
1,078

4,535

3,481
2,513
967

4,006

21,590
14,036
7,554

2,449

23,606

26,055

970,356 1,054,268
720,513
249,843

694,887
502,668
192,219

766,047

13,401
7,807
5,594

17,290
9,137
8,153

6,660

16,641

23,301

551,186
352,003
199,182

662,307

436,033
266,637
169,396

533,497

1,832
1,058
774

5,379
2,882
2,497

5,340

2,245

7,585

369,943
287,457
82,485

431,076

280,721
208,203
72,518

333,861

1,011

TOTALS BY
STATE-BRANCHING
CLASSIFICATION
Statewide
branching . . . .
Multibank
One-bank

December 31, 1984, including foreign data
50 states and
District of
ColumbiaTotal

6,068

8,628

36,799

45,427

Multibank
One-bank

1,008
5,060

3,743
4,885

23,348
13,451

27,091
18,336

14,449

43,268

57,717 2,237,956 2,495,617 1,727,616 1,950,962
1,664,007
573,949

1,252,850
474,767

Alabama
Multibank
One-bank

L

82
14
68

136
71
65

625
529
96

761
600
161

268

737

1,005

19,707
16,419
3,288

24,554

15,485
12,591
2,894

19,703

Alaska
Multibank
One-bank

S

8
3
5

8
4
4

73
13
60

81
17
64

15

137

152

2,833
913
1,920

4,437

2,278
741
1,536

3,582

Arizona
... .
Multibank
One-bank

S

19
1
18

15
1
14

613
178
435

628
179
449

46

663

709

20,330
5,704
14,626

21,471

17,421
4,706
12,714

18,448

Arkansas
Multibank
One-bank

L

122
16
106

144
40
104

337
138
199

481
178
303

258

444

702

12,461
5,554
6,906

16,388

10,606
4,517
6,089

14,080

California
Multibank
One-bank

S

198
26
172

184
34
150

4,327
3,003
1,324

4,511
3,037
1,474

450

4,753

5,203

263,030
201,895
61,135

279,366

217,267
165,701
51,565

231,432

Colorado
Multibank
One-bank

U

175
41
134

356
224
132

134
97
37

490
321
169

446

144

590

22,324
18,033
4,290

24,184

18,240
14,432
3,807

19,869

220



79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
™

Number of offices

Number

State, and type of
holding company

m
*«*• groups'* Banks Branches
—
8

Amounts (millions of dollars)

All commercial banks

Holding companies
Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Assets

Deposits

Holding All com- Holding All comcommercial
mercial
combanks
panies
banks
panies

December 31, 1984, including foreign data
Connecticut . . .
Multibank
One-bank

S

13
3
10

18
8
10

491
215
276

509
223
286

50

573

623

19,637
9,212
10,426

22,061
...
...

15,685
7,495
8,190

17,848

Delaware
Multibank ...
One-bank

S

31
27
4

20
16
4

73
34
39

93
50
43

32

162

194

15,403
12,260
3,143

19,045
...
...

6,494
4,289
2,205

9,765

S

17
7
10

11
2
9

154
59
95

165
61
104

19

165

184

13,451
6,225
7,226

13,903
...
.,.

10,909
5,067
5,842

11,298

Florida
Multibank . . . . . .
One-bank . . .

S

167
51
116

267
164
103

1,775
1,375
400

2,042
1,539
503

432

2,048

2,480

66,934
52,172
14,762

77,079
...
...

56,968
44,354
12,614

65,771

Georgia
Multibank . . .
One-bank

L

138
32
106

199
98
101

944
708
236

1,143
806
337

382

1,076

1,458

34,486
28,381
6,106

39,514
...
...

26,631
21,428
5,202

31,042

Hawaii
Multibank ...
One-bank

S

5
2
3

6
1
5

173
15
158

179
16
163

21

257

278

7,361
483
6,878

8,820
...
...

6,437
441
5,996

7,584

Idaho
Multibank
One-bank ...

S

12
4
8

13
5
8

237
203
34

250
208
42

25

270

295

6,207
5,645
561

6,824
...
...

5,207
4,706
502

5,752

Illinois
Multibank
One-bank ...

U

536
119
417

715
308
407

614
329
285

1,329
637
692

1,241

812

2,053

Indiana
Multibank , ,
One-bank

L

180
5
175

182
10
172

939
72
867

1,121
82
1,039

377

1,277

1,654

32,448
2,075
30,373

42,433
...
...

26,629
1,749
24,881

35,445

Iowa
Multibank . . ,
One-bank . . . . . .

L

345
36
309

445
142
303

546
299
247

991
441
550

625

599

1,224

21,804
10,533
11,271

27,808
...
...

18,875
9,060
9,815

23,926

Kansas .
*
Multibank
One-bank *

U

446
24
422

438
26
412

204
29
175

642
55
587

628

233

861

18,558
3,063
15,495

22,631
...
...

16,081
2,591
13,489

19,668

Kentucky . . . .
Multibank . , .
One-bank

L

172
11
161

180
19
161

590
155
435

770
174
596

335

786

1,121

21,524
8,214
13,311

27,630
...
...

17,306
6,203
11,103

22,619

Louisiana
Multibank
One-bank

L

163
3
160

158
3
155

683
33
650

841
36
805

303

928

1,231

27,163
3,982
23,180

35,268
...
...

22,800
3,134
19,667

29,911

Maine
Multibank . . . . . .
One-bank . . . . . .

S

14
9
5

14
9
5

372
237
135

386
246
140

26

370

396

5,058
3,138
1,920

4,588
...
...

4,311
2,659
1,652

3,909

Maryland
Multibank
One-bank

S

27
14
13

36
25
11

977
626
351

1,013
651
362

87

1,113

1,200

25,025
16,583
8,442

27,848
...
...

18,735
12,189
6,547

21,263

S

36
9
27

84
60
24

989
841
148

1,073
901
172

122

1,108

1,230

53,238
44,489
8,749

57,959
...
...

40,873
34,191
6,682

44,950

District of
Columbia
Multibank ...
One-bank

..

Massachusetts . . . .
Multibank
One-bank .




138,948 158,977 102,647 120,213
109,752
. . . 77,196
29,195
. . . 25,451

221

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
Amounts (millions of dollars)

Number of offices
State, and type of
holding company

Number
of
holding
branch- company
7
ing
groups2-5

"•&•

Banks

Branches

Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Deposits

Assets

All commercial banks

Holding companies

Holding All com- HoldinglAH corncomcornmercial
mercial
banks
panics | banks
panies

December 31, 1984, including foreign data
Michigan
Multibank , .
One-bank

L

58
26
32

229
198
31

1,785
1,682
103

2,014
1,880
134

362

2,130

2492

59,132
56,876
2,256

67,216

48,300
46,275
2,025

55,532

Minnesota
Multibank
One-bank

L

398
45
353

532
184
348

324
181
143

856
365
491

738

368

1 106

44,445
34,807
9,638

48,876

33,437
24,877
8,560

37,263

Mississippi
Multibank
One-bank

L

153

757

910

11,284

15,693

9,508

13,396

Missouri
Multibank
One-bank

72

71

521

592

'72

'7V

521

592

U

266
62
204

530
329
201

527
375
152

1,057
704
353

712

599

1,311

42,300
35,075
7,225

45,833

34,710
28,263
6,447

37,912

Montana
Multibank
One-bank

U

70
20
50

126
77
49

31
28
3

157
105
52

169

35

202

6,208
4,801
1,406

7,140

5,265
4,013
1,251

6,096

Nebraska
Multibank
One-bank . . . . . .

L

319
20
299

335
40
295

163
61
102

498
101
397

473

194

667

13,256
5,501
7,756

15,609

11,240
4,353
6,886

13,279

Nevada
Multibank
One-bank

S

5
1
4

5
1
4

144
72
72

149
73
76

15

181

196

4,564
2,684
1,880

5,407

3,642
2,163
1,479

4,345

New Hampshire . . .
Multibank
One-bank

S

18
7
11

34
23
11

179
123
56

213
146
67

62

205

267

5,564
4,160
1,405

5,440

4,665
3,423
1,242

4,681

New Jersey . . . .
Multibank
One-bank

S

37
13
24

70
47
23

1,397
1,011
386

1,467
1,058
409

124

1,755

1,879

42,840
32,857
9,982

52,222

36,341
27,542
8,798

44,598

New Mexico . . .
Multibank . .
One-bank

L

43
10
33

70
41
29

239
153
86

309
194
115

95

275

370

7,098
4,921
2,177

8,730

6,213
4,284
1,929

7,543

New York
Multibank
One-bank

S

104
38
66

99
58
41

3,720
3,251
469

3,819
3,309
510

196

3,874

4,070

North Carolina
Multibank
One-bank . . .

S

19
3
16

19
3
16

1,721
658
1,063

1,740
661
1,079

63

1,840

1,903

39,038
26,066
12,972

41,126

29,403
18,119
11,284

31,226

North Dakota
Multibank
One-bank

U

92
9
83

128
47
81

105
46
59

233
93
140

179

131

310

5,328
2,854
2,474

6,628

4,601
2,438
2,163

5,733

Ohio .
Multibank
One-bank

L

60
22
38

136
99
37

1,938
1,762
176

2,074
1,861
213

317

2,264

2,581

62,271
58,504
3,767

71,784

48,095
44,859
3,235

56,367

Oklahoma. . ,
Multibank
One-bank

L

351
28
323

357
49
308

198
39
159

555
88
467

539

239

778

27,123
12,603
14,520

32,165

23,050
10,003
13,047

27,518

Oregon
....
Multibank . . .
One-bank

S

20
4
16

25
10
15

546
423
123

571
433
138

72

627

699

15,200
13,137
2,064

16,614

11,695
9,930
1,765

12,975

222



11,284

9,508

563,840 572,301 395,643 401,601
331,654
474,510
89,330
63,989

79. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
Number of offices
State, and type of
holding company

_, 6
^E
br nc h
* 7in 7

S

Number
of

Holding companies

comparfy
groups" Banks Branches

Amounts (millions of dollars)

All commercial banks

Total

Banks Branches

Total

Assets
Holding
companies

Deposits

All commercial
banks

Holding
companies

All commercial
banks

December 31, 1984, including foreign data
Pennsylvania
Multibank
One-bank . . . . .

L

103
29
74

124
50
74

2,332
1,404
928

2,456
1,454
1,002

325

2,765

3,090

109,867
77,957
31,910

Rhode Island . . . .
Multibank
One-bank . . . .

S

10
1
9

10
1
9

201
51
150

211
52
159

13

209

222

South Carolina . . .
Multibank
One-bank

S

22
2
20

22
2
20

568
80
488

590
82
508

73

796

South Dakota
Multibank
One-bank

S

63
16
47

80
34
46

156
111
45

236
145
91

141

180

Tennessee
Multibank
One-bank

L

129
21
108

160
52
108

847
347
500

1,007
399
608

293

1,050

Texas
Multibank ,
One-bank

U

604
168
436

1,161
747
414

324
258
66

1,485
1,005
480

1,849

388

Utah
Multibank
One-bank

S

28
4
24

33
11
22

312
158
154

345
169
176

60

Vermont
Multibank
One-bank

S

14
3
11

16
6
10

174
53
121

190
59
131

Virginia . .
Multibank
One-bank

S

33
15
18

64
46
18

1,211
885
326

Washington
Mulubank
One-bank

S

32
11
21

39
18
21

West Virginia . . . .
Multibank
One-bank

L

52
19
33

Wisconsin
Multibank
One-bank

L

Wyoming
Multibank
One-bank

122,776

82,092
55,468
26,624

93,553

7,838
4,655
3,183

7,917

5,691
3,120
2,571

5,754

869

9,114
597
8,516

12,952

7,263
522
6,741

10,406

321

12,099
10,610
1,488

13,274

7,593
6,281
1,312

8,629

27,491
13,163
14,327

32,627

22,733
10,870
11,863

27,320

2,237

168,255
146,714
21,540

197,180

133,205
114,061
19,144

158,053

353

413

8,694
4,454
4,241

9,871

6,806
3,596
3,209

7,754

27

183

210

3,647
1,127
2,520

3,628

3,261
1,021
2,240

3,260

1,275
931
344

176

1,536

1,712

28,930
19,632
9,298

37,732

23,037
15,767
7,270

30,484

720
573
147

759
591
168

102

924

1,Q26

25,745
22,706
3,040

29,027

20,220
17,647
2,573

23,089

78
45
33

77
44
33

155
89
66

227

145

372

7,624
4,764
2,860

13,354

6,251
3,832
2,419

11,279

214
50
164

353
189
164

465
328
137

818
517
301

590

608

1,198

27,293
20,685
6,609

35,174

22,294
16,515
5,779

29,232

U

42
14
28

93
66
27

4
3
1

97
69
28

116

4

120

3,940
2,861
1,078

4,535

3,481
2,513
967

4,006

25

953
275
678

1,217
613
604

21,397
14,301
7,096

22,614
14,914
7,700

2,456

24,331

26,787

Limited branching
Multibank
One-bank

18

3,010
388
2,622

3,907
1,336
2,571

13,644
7,979
5,665

17,551
9,315
8,236

6,674

16,744

23,418

569,034
364,181
204,852

680,353

453,643
279,741
173,903

551,285

Unit branching . . ,
Multibank
One-bank

8

2,252
470
1,782

3,590
1,861
1,729

1,969
1,187
782

5,559
3,048
2,511

5,345

2,345

7,690

412,385
329,761
82,624

467,564

323,312
250,667
72,645

371,940

1,343

TOTALS BY
STATE-BRANCHING
CLASSIFICATION
Statewide
branching . . . .
Multibank
One-bank




1,267,976 1,351,918
973,147
294,829

959,938 1,031,310
725,245
234,693

223

80. Selected assets and liabilities of minority-owned banks in the United States, by size of bank,
December 31, 19841
Thousands of dollars, except for number of banks
All
size
classes

Account

25-49 :

Asset size (in millions of dollars)
Under 10 ~[~

10-24

ASSETS

r~

50 and over

560,433
965,075
274,965
78,147
10,899
1,496

6,754
8,402
10
1,290
0
0

72,739
117,762
16,379
5,909
385
0

157,908
180,149
64,095
7,322
1,730
0

323,032
658,762
194,481
63,626
8,784
1,496

7 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under
agreements to resell
.
8 Net loans and leases
9 Bank premises etc
10 Real estate owned, not bank premises
1 1 Other assets
12 Intangible assets
13 Investment in unconsoli dated subdivisions

407,348
2,152,812
105,225
16,517
91,931
1,621
83

3,886
17,877
1,439
209
658
0
0

65,743
321,927
17,490
1,462
12,042
74
0

94,515
511,321
24,609
3,507
22,860
686
83

243,204
1,301,687
61,687
11,339
56,371
861
0

14 Total assets

4,666,552

40,525

631,912

1,068,784

2,925,330

778,259
3,436,782
110,849
458,230
77,485

8,300
26,789
1,243
3,533
502

102,003
407,436
32,769
72,419
11,488

204,113
688,014
43,603
107,702
12,649

463,843
2,314,543
33,234
274,576
52,846

4,861,605
1,276,165
2,697,070
10,899

40,367
14,419
18,579
0

626,115
180,930
283,101
385

1,056,081
345,705
509,050
1,730

3,139,042
735,111
1,886,340
8,7H4

93,384
41,307
9,226
60,054

15
173
0
463

2,783
8,292
196
8,486

4,027
7,177
458
14,044

86,559
25,665
8,572
37,061

4,188,105

33,649

484,173

882,191

2,788,092

8,140

0

2,634

1,111

4,395

4,716
113,419
140,429
60,445

100
3,223
2,937
-3,168

2,613
25,704
27,283
99

3
38,100
33,545
13,613

2,000
46,392
76,664
49,901

1 Cash and due from depositories . .
.
2 U S Treasury and federal agency securities total
3 Securities issued by states etc., book value
4
Other securities, book value .
5 Customers liability on acceptances
6 Assets held in trading accounts . .

...

LIABILITIES
15
16
17
18
19

Deposits
Demand —Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . . .
Total time and savings
U S government
States and political subdivisions
Certified and officers checks . .

20 Total deposits
21 Demand
22 Nontransaction accounts . . . .
23 Acceptances executed for account
24 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under
agreements to repurchase
25 Treasury note balances and other borrowings
26 Mortgage indebtedness
27 All other liabilities
28 Total liabilities
29 Subordinated notes and debentures
EQUITY CAPITAL
30
31
32
33

Preferred stock— Par
Common stock — Par . .
Surplus
Undivided profits and capital reserves . .

34 Total equity capital
35 Total liabilities and equity capital
36 Number of banks

224



319,009

3,092

55,699

85,262

174,957

4,515,254

36,741

542,506

968,564

2,967,444

99

5

37

30

27

81. Assets of pension funds, 1973-84
A. Totals for private and public funds
Book value of all assets other than equities at end of year, billions of dollars

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1 All types.
322.8
2 Private funds
202 7
3 Insured 1
56.1
146.6
4 Noninsured
1202
5 Public funds
6 State and local government , . 84.7
7 U.S. government
35.5
31.4
8
Civil service2
41
9
Railroad retirement

325 2
199 0
604
138.6
1262
88.0
38.2
344
39

405 6
258 9
72.3
186.6
146 7
104.8
41.9
38.5
34

467.2
3003
88.7
211.6
166.9
120.4
46.4
43.1
33

513.8
328 4
103.2
225.1
185.4
132.5
52.9
50.0
29

592 6
379 0
121 6
257.4
213 6
153.9
59.8
567
31

699.6
4622
143.5
318.6
2374
169.7
67.7
64.6
31

859 1
5846
172.0
412,7
274 5
198.1
76,4
73.9
25

Type

1981

1982

1983

1984

941.2 1 122 7 1,321.7 1 433.0
630 8
761 0 894 2 9482
199.8
242.9 286.4 324.8
518,1 607.8 623.3
431.0
310.4
361 7 427.5 484.8
263.8 315.5 354.9
224.2
86.2
97.9 112.0 130.0
97.4 111.4 126.9
84.8
5
14
31
.6

B. Types held by private noninsured funds
Book value of all assets other than equities at end of year, billions of dollars
Type
1 Total financial assets
2
3
4
5
6
7

Demand deposits and
currency
Time deposits
Corporate equities
U.S. government securities . .
Corporate and foreign bonds.
Mortgages

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

146.6

138.6

186.6

211.6

225.1

257.4

318.6

412.7

431.0

518.1

607.8

623.3

1.7
73
102.1
24.9
43.9
2.4

1.9
86
116.0
32.3
44.6
2.4

2.1
10 4
111.3
38.9
48.2
25

23
14 1
1169
43.9
58.5
28

2.8
169
146.6
55.5
71,3
3.1

28
17 2
209 5
75.0
82.0
3.7

3.0
18 5
195.6
101.1
85.4
3.7

2.8
17 2
248,4
136.8
86,5
4.1

3.4
21 6
306.2
152.3
92.3
5.2

4.2
246
294.1
171.0
94.5
4.6

15
22
97.5
8.6
32.9
2.4

15
95
706
12.4
39.5
24

C. TVPes held by state and local government retirement funds
Book value of all assets other than equities at end of year, billions of dollars

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1 Total financial assets

84.7

88.0

104.8

120.4

132.5

153.9

169.7

198.1

224.2

263.8

315.5

354.9

2
3
4
5

48.4
18 3
5.8
12.1

54.9
209
6.2
60

61.8
23 2
7.8
12 0

66.9
26.4
10.9
16.2

72.9
30.0
16.3
13.2

81.9
32 7
23.4
15 9

85.0
36.8
30.1
17.8

94.5
42 1
40.0
21 4

103.6
50.5
51.8
18.3

108.8
606
70,7
23.7

110.7
82.8
88.2
33.8

113.3
91 2
113.0
37.4

Type

Corporate bonds
Corporate equities
U.S. government securities . .
Other.




225

82. Terms of consumer installment credit1
Percent per annum; unless noted otherwise

1984
Item

1982

1983

1984

16,83
18 65
18 05
18 51

13.92
16 68
15.91
18 78

1647
15.58
18 77

16 15
20 75

12 58
18,74

14 62
17.84

14 18
17 54

14 11
17,59

1405
17.52

14 06
17 59

14 17
17.60

46 0
34 0

45 9
37 9

48 3
39 7

46 3
395

464
394

467
39,4

47 1
39 5

47 7
39.7

860

Jan.

J|

[ Mar.

Feb,

May

Apr.

INTEREST RATES
1
2
3
4
5
6

Commercial banks2
48-month new car3
24-month personal
120-month mobile home3
Credit card
Auto finance companies
New car
.
Used car

...

....

13.53
16 35
15.54
18 71

13.32
16 16
15.45
18 73

13.71

OTHER TERMS4
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

903

92.0

88 0
92.0

88 0
92 0

87 0
91,0

87 0
92.0

88 0
92 0

880
92.0

8,178
4 746

8,787
5 033

9,333
5 691

9,099
5 392

9,072
5 418

9 139
5 474

9,190
5 547

9,262
5 675

....

85 3

1984
P-ruly

June

__Aug. j Sept,

]

Oct.

Dee.

] Nov.

INTEREST RATES
Commercial banks2
48-month new car3
24-month personal
120-month mobile home3
Credit card
Auto finance companies
5
New car
6
Used car

13 91
1663
15.60
18 82

14 08
1675
15,72
18 81

1
2
3
4

14 33
17.64

14 68
17,70

15 01
17.99

15 16
18.10

15 18
18.19

15 24
18.30

15 24
18.34

....

... .

48 2
39 8

48 6
39 8

492
39 §

495
399

49 7
39 9

500
399

502
39 8

....

88 0
92.0

88 0
92.0

88 0
93,0

880
93.0

88.0
93.0

890
93.0

890
93.0

9,311
5,774

9,377
5,763

9,409
5,753

9,402
5,792

9,449
5,826

9,577
5,900

9,707
5,975

..

OTHER TERMS"
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

.

83. Security credit reported by nonbank lenders subject to margin regulations, June 30, 19841
Millions of dollars

1

Regulation T
T^pe of credit

1 Margin accounts s .
2 "Plan lenders"4
3

3 Total

226



i

Regulation G

Total

NYSE
members

Other
brokers
and dealers2

Total

22 496

10

22 506

128
148

22,634

22,4%

10

22,506

276

22,782

i
148

84. Detailed debit and credit balances at brokers carrying margin accounts, June 30, 1984
Millions of dollars, except for number of firms
Member
firms'

Item
ASSETS
Debit balances due from public customers
\ Margin accounts
2 Cash accounts
3 Nonsecurities accounts
4 Other accounts

22,506
3,827
326
168

5 Total

26,827

6 Debit balances in firm investment and trading accounts
7 Amount to be received for securities held under repurchase agreements
8 All other assets

56,010
88,799
39,030

9 Total assets

210,666
LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

10
11
12
13

Credit balances due to public customers
Margin accounts
Cash accounts
Nonsecurities accounts
Other accounts

3,533
8,669
956
921

.

14 Total

14,079

15 Credit balances in firm investment and trading accounts

35,262

Credit balances due on loans
16 U.S. banks
17 Foreign banks
18 Other lenders

9,838
2,730
6,713

19 Total

19,281

20 Amounts to be repaid for securities sold under repurchase agreements
21 All other liabilities and capital

90,952
51,092

22 Total liabilities and capital

210,666

MEMO: Number of margin accounts
23 Debit status
24 Credit status

1,081,282
1,250,943

25 Total

.'

2,332,225

85. Commitments of life insurance companies for income-property mortgages1
Period

Number
of loans

Total
amount
Loan
Contract
committed amount
(millions (thousands interest
rate
of dollars) of dollars) (percent)

Averages2
Maturity
(years/
months)

LoanDebt
to-value Capitaliza- coverage
tion rate
ratio
ratio
(percent)
(percent)

Percent
constant

1982
1983

671
1,181

4,828.5
9,965.9

6,815

8,734

14.66
12,56

11/3
9/5

66.2
70.1

12.4
11.1

1.34
1.27

14.9
12.9

1984 .......

1,138
82
102
173
119
99
67
33
54
55

12,968.5
823.1
1,019.9
1,639.4
1,387.5
1,155.4
802.2
790.3
396.7
944.4

132
138

1,570.4
1,556.5

12,248
10,038
9,999
9,476
11,660
11,671
11,974
23,948
7,346
17,172
10,511
11,897
11,279

12.98
12.59
12.60
12.58
12.90
12.93
13.15
13.09
13.56
13.42
13.29
13.07
12.56

9/5
11/4
10/8
9/1
9/4
9/10
10/10
13/0
7/5
10/2
9/0

70.2
69.8
70.6
70.4
70.7
69.1
62.2
74.2
74.0
70.0
70.2
70.9
70.2

10.8
11.0
10.7
10.8
10.6
10.6
10.3
11.4
11.1
11.1
10.6
10.9
10.8

1.24
1.27
1.20
1.30
1.19
1.21
1.50
1.19
1.10
1.22
1.20
1.18
1.27

13.2
12.9
12.8
12.7
13.1
13.2
13.5
13.4
13.7
13.6
13.6
13.4
12,7

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




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883.0

8/8

9/5

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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 reserves are adjusted for discontinuities in
series that result from changes in Regulations D and M.
2. Figures incorporate adjustments for discontinuities associated with the implementation of the Monetary Control Act and
other regulatory changes to reserve requirements. To adjust for
discontinuities due to changes in reserve requirements on reservable nondeposit liabilities, the sum of such required reserves is subtracted from the actual series. Similarly, in adjusting for discontinuities in the monetary base, required clearing
balances and adjustments to compensate for float also are subtracted from the actual series.
3. Total reserves not adjusted for discontinuities consist of
reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks, which exclude
required clearing balances and adjustments to compensate for
float, plus vault cash used to satisfy reserve requirements. Such
vault cash consists of all vault cash held during the lagged
computation period by institutions having required reserve balances at Federal Reserve Banks plus the amount of vault cash
equal to required reserves during the maintenance period at
institutions having no required reserve balances.
4. The monetary base not adjusted for discontinuities consists of total reserves plus required clearing balances and adjustments to compensate for float at Federal Reserve Banks and the
currency component of the money stock less the amount of vault
cash holdings of thrift institutions that is included in the currency component of the money stock plus, for institutions not
having required reserve balances, the excess of current vault
cash over the amount applied to satisfy current reserve requirements. After the introduction of contemporaneous reserve requirements (CRR), currency and vault cash figures are measured over the weekly computation period ending Monday.
Before CRR, all components of the monetary base other than
excess reserves are seasonally adjusted as a whole, rather than
by component, and excess reserves are added on a not seasonally adjusted basis. After CRR, the seasonally adjusted series
consists of seasonally adjusted total reserves, which include
excess reserves on a not seasonally adjusted basis, plus the
seasonally adjusted currency component of the money stock and
the remaining items seasonally adjusted as a whole.
5. Composition of money stock and debt measures is as follows:
Ml: (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)
other checkable deposits (OCD) consisting of negotiable order
of withdrawal (NOW) and automatic transfer service (ATS) accounts at depository institutions, credit union share draft accounts, and demand deposits at thrift institutions. The currency
and demand deposit components exclude the estimated amount
of vault cash and demand deposits respectively held by thrift
institutions to service their OCD liabilities.
M2: Ml plus overnight (and continuing contract) repurchase
agreements (RPs) issued by all commercial banks and overnight
Eurodollars issued to U.S. residents by foreign branches of U.S.
banks worldwide, MMDAs, savings and small-denomination
time deposits (time deposits—including retail RPs—in amounts
of less than $100,000), and balances in both taxable and taxexempt general purpose and broker/dealer money market mutual ftinds. Excludes individual retirement accounts (IRA) and
Keogh balances at depository institutions and money market
funds. Also excludes all balances held by U.S. commercial
banks, money market funds (general purpose and broker/
dealer), foreign governments and commercial banks, and the
U.S. government. Also subtracted is a consolidation adjustment
that represents the estimated amount of demand deposits and
vault cash held by thrift institutions to service their time and
savings deposits.
M3: M2 plus large-denomination time deposits and term RP
liabilities (in amounts of $100,000 or more) issued by commercial banks and thrift institutions, term Eurodollars held by U.S.
residents at foreign branches of U.S. banks worldwide and at all
banking offices in the United Kingdom and Canada, and balances in both taxable and tax-exempt, institution-only money
market mutual funds. Excludes amounts held by depository
institutions, the U.S. government, money market funds, and
foreign banks and official institutions. Also subtracted is a consolidation adjustment that represents the estimated amount of
overnight RPs and Eurodollars held by institution-only money
market funds.
L: M3 plus the nonbank public holdings of U.S. savings
bonds, short-term Treasury securities, commercial paper and
bankers acceptances, net of money market mutual ftmd holdings of these assets.
Debt: Debt of domestic nonfmancial sectors consists of outstanding credit market debt of the U.S. government, state and
local governments, and private nonfinancial sectors. Private
debt consists of corporate bonds, mortgages, consumer credit
(including bank loans), other bank loans, commercial paper,
bankers acceptances, and other debt instruments. The source of
data on domestic non-financial debt is the Federal Reserve
Board's flow of funds accounts. Debt data are on an end-ofmonth basis. Growth rates reflect adjustments for discontinuities over time in the levels of debt presented in other tables.

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6. Sum of overnight RPs and overnight Eurodollars, money
market fund balances (general purpose and broker/dealer),
MMDAs, and savings and small time deposits, less the consolidation adjustment that represents the estimated amount of demand deposits and vault cash held by thrift institutions to service their time and savings deposits liabilities.
7. Sum of large time deposits, term RPs and term Eurodollars of U.S. residents, money market fund balances (institutiononly), less a consolidation adjustment that represents the estimated amount of overnight RPs and Eurodollars held by
institution-only money market funds.
8. Savings deposits exclude MMDAs.
9. Small-denomination time deposits—including retail
RPs—are those issued in amounts of less than $100,000. All
individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh accounts at
commercial banks and thrifts are subtracted from small time
deposits.
10. Large-denomination time deposits are those issued in
amounts of $100,000 or more, excluding those booked at international banking facilities.
11. Large-denomination time deposits at commercial banks
less those held by money market mutual funds, depository institutions, and foreign banks and official institutions.
12. Changes calculated from figures shown in table 14. Adjusted for shifts of assets to international banking facilities and
breaks in series.
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. Excludes required clearing balances to compensate for
float.
TABLE 3
1. Before February 1984, data are prorated monthly averages
of weekly averages; beginning February 1984, data are prorated
monthly averages of biweekly averages.
2. Excludes required clearing balances and adjustments to
compensate for float.
3. Dates refer to the maintenance periods in which the vault
cash can be used to satisfy reserve requirements. Under contemporaneous reserve requirements, maintenance periods end
30 days after the lagged computation periods in which the balances are held.
4. Equal to all vault cash held during the lagged computation
period by institutions having required reserve balances at Federal Reserve Banks plus the amount of vault cash equal to required reserves during the maintenance period at institutions
having no required reserve balances.
5. Total vault cash at institutions having no required reserve
balances less the amount of vault cash equal to their required
reserves during the maintenance period.
6. Total reserves not adjusted for discontinuities consist of
reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks, which exclude
required clearing balances and adjustments to compensate for
float, plus vault cash used to satisfy reserve requirements. Such
vault cash consists of all vault cash held during the lagged
computation period by institutions having no required reserve
balances at Federal Reserve Banks plus the amount of vault cash
equal to required reserves during the maintenance period at
institutions having no required reserve balances.

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7. Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks plus vault
cash used to satisfy reserve requirements less required reserves.
8. Extended credit consists of borrowing at the discount window under the terms and conditions established for the extended
credit program to help depository institutions deal with sustained liquidity pressures. Because there is not the same need to
repay such borrowing promptly as there is with traditional
short-term adjustment credit, the money market impact of extended credit is similar to that of nonborrowed reserves.

TABLE 4
1. Daily average borrowings in immediately available funds
of 121 large member banks (banks with assets of $1 billion or
more as of December 31, 1977) disaggregated by lender and
term to maturity.
Immediately available funds are those that borrowing banks
receive the same day that the transfer of these funds is initiated.
Unsecured borrowings in immediately available funds—federal
funds—are acquired mainly from commercial banks and, to a
lesser extent, from other depository institutions and federal
agencies. Other borrowings and immediately available funds
are principally sales of U.S. Treasury and federal agency obligations under an agreement to repurchase—security repurchase
agreements—-and are obtained from a much wider range of
customers, including nonbank securities dealers, nonfmancial
corporations, and state and local governments. There is also a
small amount of borrowing in immediately available funds in
the form of promissory notes, repurchase agreements involving
other assets, due bills, and certain other obligations.
Borrowings of immediately available funds may have a specified term to maturity—as short as one business day—or may be
made under continuing contract. Transactions under continuing
contract remain in effect until terminated, without any requirement of prior notice by either borrower or lender. Information is
provided on two maturity categories: one-day plus continuingcontract borrowings, and all other maturities.
2. Before February 27, dates indicated weeks ending
Wednesday.

TABLES
1. Rate applied to discounts of eligible paper and advances
secured to the satisfaction of the Federal Reserve Bank pursuant
to section 201.4(b) of Regulation A. Adjustment credit is extended to assist an institution in meeting temporary requirements for funds or to cushion more persistent outflows of funds
pending an orderly adjustment of an institution's assets and
liabilities. (See section 201.3(a) of Regulation A.)
2. Rate applied on advances to assist smaller depository institutions in meeting regular needs for funds arising from expected patterns of movement in deposits and loans. (See section
201.3(b)(l) of Regulation A.)
3. Applicable to advances when exceptional circumstances
or practices involve only a particular depository institution and
to advances when an institution is under sustained liquidity
pressures. The interest rate is increased by one percentage point
for loans outstanding more than 90 days and by an additional
percentage point for loans of more than 150 days duration. As
an alternative, for loans outstanding for more than 150 days, a
Federal Reserve Bank may charge a flexible rate that takes into
account rates on market sources of funds, but in no case will the
rate charged be less than the basic rate plus one percentage
point. Where credit provided to a particular depository institution is anticipated to be outstanding for an unusually prolonged
period and in relatively large amounts, the time period in which

each rate under this structure is applied may be shortened. See
section 201.3(b)(2) of Regulation A.
TABLE 6

1. For changes in reserve requirements beginning in 1963,
see ANNUAL STATISTICAL DIGEST, 1971-1975 and for earlier
changes, see Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, 63rd Annual Report, 1976, table 13. Under provisions of
the Monetary Control Act, depository institutions include commercial banks*, mutual savings banks, savings and loan associations, credit unions, agencies and branches of foreign banks,
and Edge Act corporations.
2. Requirement schedules are graduated, and each deposit
interval applies to that part of the deposits of each bank. Demand deposits subject to reserve requirements are gross demand deposits minus cash items in process of collection and
demand balances due from domestic banks.
The Federal Reserve Act as amended through 1978 specified
different ranges of requirements for reserve city banks and for
other banks. Reserve cities were designated under a criterion
adopted effective November 9, 1972, by which a bank having
net demand deposits of more than $400 million was considered
to have the character of business of a reserve city bank. The
presence of the head office of such a bank constituted designation of that place as a reserve city. Cities in which there were
Federal Reserve Banks or branches were also reserve cities.
Any banks having net demand deposits of $400 million or less
were considered to have the character of business of banks
outside of reserve cities and were permitted to maintain reserves
at ratios set for such banks.
Effective August 24, 1978, the Regulation M reserve requirements on net balances due from domestic banks to their foreign
branches and on deposits that foreign branches lend to U.S.
residents were reduced to zero from 4 percent and 1 percent
respectively. The Regulation D reserve requirement of borrowings from unrelated banks abroad was also reduced to zero from
4 percent.
Effective with the reserve computation period beginning November 16, 1978, domestic deposits of Edge corporations were
subject to the same reserve requirements as deposits of member
banks.
3. Negotiable order of withdrawal (NOW) accounts and time
deposits such as Christmas and vacation club accounts are subject to the same requirements as savings deposits.
The average reserve requirement on savings and other time
deposits before implementation of the Monetary Control Act
had to be at least 3 percent, the minimum specified by law.
4. Effective November 2, 1978, a supplementary reserve requirement of 2 percent was imposed on large time deposits of
$100,000 or more, obligations of affiliates, and ineligible acceptances. This supplementary requirement was eliminated
with the reserve maintenance period beginning July 24, 1980.
Effective with the reserve maintenance period beginning October 25, 1979, a marginal reserve requirement of 8 percent
was added to managed liabilities in excess of a base amount.
This marginal requirement was increased to 10 percent beginning April 3, 1980, was decreased to 5 percent beginning June
12, 1980, and was eliminated as of July 24, 1980. Managed
liabilities are defined as large time deposits, Eurodollar borrowings, repurchase agreements against U.S. government and federal agency securities, federal funds borrowings from nonmember institutions, and certain other obligations. In general, the
base ibr the marginal reserve requirement was originally the
greater of (a) $100 million or (b) the average amount of the
managed liabilities held by a member bank, Edge corporation,
or family of U.S. branches and agencies of a foreign bank for
the two reserve computation periods ending September 26,



1979. For the computation period beginning March 20, 1980,
the base was lowered by (a) 7 percent or (b) the decrease in an
institution's U.S. office gross loans to foreigners and gross balances due from foreign offices of other institutions between the
base period (September 13-26, 1979) and the week ending
March 12, 1980, whichever was greater. For the computation
period beginning May 29, 1980, the base was increased by 7l/2
percent above the base used to calculate the marginal reserve in
the statement week of May 14-21, 1980. In addition, beginning
March 19, 1980, the base was reduced to the extent that foreign
loans and balances declined.
5. The Garn-St Germain Depository Institutions Act of 1982
(Public Law 97-320) provides that $2 million of reservable
liabilities (transaction accounts, nonpersonal time deposits, and
Eurocurrency liabilities) of each depository institution be subject to a zero percent reserve requirement. The Board is to
adjust the amount of reservable liabilities subject to this zero
percent reserve requirement each year for the next succeeding
calendar year by 80 percent of the percentage increase in the
total reservable liabilities of all depository institutions, measured on an annual basis as of June 30. No corresponding
adjustment is to be made in the event of a decrease. Effective
December 9, 1982, the amount of the exemption was established at $2.1 million. Beginning Dec. 15, 1983, for quarterly
reporters and Dec. 29, for weekly reporters, the amount of the
exemption was $2.2 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 on the following dates, the amount was increased accordingly from $25 million; December 31, 1981, to $26 million; December 30, 1982, to $26.3 million; and December 29,
1983, to $28.9 million.
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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.

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 foreignexchange commitments.
TABLE 10-B
1. Federal Reserve notes held by the Reserve Bank are
exempt from the collateral requirement.
TABLE 10-C
1. Holdings under repurchase agreements are classified as
maturing within 15 days in accordance with maximum maturity
of the agreements.
TABLE 11

TABLE 8
1. Effective October 1, 1983, restrictions on the maximum
rates of interest payable by commercial banks and thrift institutions on various categories of deposits were removed. For information regarding previous interest rate ceilings on all categories
of accounts, see earlier issues of the Federal Reserve Bulletin,
the Federal Home Loan Bank Board Journal, and the Annual
Report of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
2. Effective December 1, 1983, IRA/Keogh (HR 10) Plan
accounts are not subject to minimum deposit requirements.
3. 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 period 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.
4. Deposits of less than $2,500 issued to governmental units
continue to be subject to an interest rate ceiling of 8 percent.
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

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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 SMSAs
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. Composition of the money stock measures and debt is as
follows:
Ml: (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)
other checkable deposits (OCD) consisting of negotiable order
of withdrawal (NOW) and automatic transfer service (ATS) accounts at depository institutions, credit union share draft accounts, and demand deposits at thrift institutions. The currency
and demand deposit components exclude the estimated amount
of vault cash and demand deposits respectively held by thrift
institutions to service their OCD liabilities.
M2: Ml plus overnight (and continuing contract) repurchase
agreements (RPs) issued by all commercial banks and overnight
Eurodollars issued to U.S. residents by foreign branches of U.S.
banks worldwide. MMDAs, savings and small-denomination
time deposits (time deposits—including retail RPs—in amounts
of less than $100,000), and balances in both taxable and tax-

exempt general purpose and broker/dealer money market mutual funds. Excludes individual retirement accounts (IRA) and
Keogh balances at depository institutions and money market
funds. Also excludes all balances held by U.S. commercial
banks, money market funds (general purpose and broker/
dealer), foreign governments and commercial banks, and the
U.S. government. Also subtracted is a consolidation adjustment
that represents the estimated amount of demand deposits and
vault cash held by thrift institutions to service their time and
savings deposits,
M3: M2 plus large-denomination time deposits and term RP
liabilities (in amounts of $100,000 or more) issued by commercial banks and thrift institutions, term Eurodollars held by U.S.
residents at foreign branches of U.S. banks worldwide and at all
banking offices in the United Kingdom and Canada, and balances in both taxable and tax-exempt, institution-only money
market mutual funds. Excludes amounts held by depository
institutions, the U.S. government money market funds, and
foreign banks and official institutions. Also subtracted is a consolidation adjustment that represents the estimated amount of
overnight RP,s and Eurodollars held by institution-only money
mutual funds
L: M3 plus the nonbank public holdings of U.S. savings
bonds, short term Treasury securities, commercial paper and
bankers acceptances, net of money market mutual fiind holdings of these assets.
Debt: Debt of domestic nonfmancial sectors consists of outstanding credit market debt of the U.S. government, state and
local governments, and private nonfinancial sectors. Private
debt consists of corporate bonds, mortgages, consumer credit
(including bank loans), other bank loans, commercial paper,
bankers acceptances, and other debt instruments. The source of
data on domestic nonfinancial debt is the Federal Reserve
Board's flow of funds accounts. Debt data are on an end-ofmonth basis.
2. Currency outside the U.S. Treasury, Federal Reserve
Banks, and vaults of commercial banks. Excludes the estimated
amount of vault cash held by thrift institutions to service their
OCD liabilities.
3. Outstanding amount of U.S. dollar-denominated travelers
checks of nonbank issuers. Travelers checks issued by depository institutions are included in demand deposits.
4. Demand deposits at commercial banks and foreign-related
institutions 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.
Excludes the estimated amount of demand deposits held at commercial banks by thrift institutions to service their OCD liabilities.
5. Consists of NOW and ATS balances at all depository institutions, credit union share draft balances, and demand deposits
at thrift institutions. Other checkable deposits seasonally adjusted equals the difference between the seasonally adjusted
sum of demand deposits plus OCD and seasonally adjusted
demand deposits. Included are all ceiling free "Super NOWs,"
authorized by the Depository Institutions Deregulation committee to be offered beginning January 5, 1983.
6. Sum of overnight RPs and overnight Eurodollars, money
market fund balances (general purpose and broker/dealer),
MMDAs, and savings and small time deposits, less the consolidation adjustment that represents the estimated amount of
demand deposits and vault cash held by thrift institutions to
service their time and savings deposit liabilities.
7. Sum of large time deposits, term RPs and term Eurodollars of U.S. residents, money market fund balances (institutiononly), less a consolidation adjustment that represents the estimated amount of overnight RPs and Eurodollars held by
institution-only money market funds.



8. Consists of overnight and continuing contract RPs issued
by commercial banks to other than depository institutions and
money market mutual funds (general purpose and broker/
dealer), and overnight Eurodollars issued by foreign branches
of U.S. banks worldwide to U.S. residents other than depository
institutions and money market mutual funds (general purpose
and broker/dealer).
9. Savings deposits exclude MMDAs.
10. Small-denomination time deposits—including retail
RPs—are those issued in amounts of less than $100,000. All
individual retirement accounts (IRA) and Keogh accounts at
commercial banks and thrifts are subtracted from small time
deposits.
11. Large-denomination time deposits are those issued in
amounts of $100,000 or more, excluding those booked at international banking facilities.
TABLE 13
1. Figures incorporate adjustments for discontinuities associated with the implementation of the Monetary Control Act and
other regulatory changes to reserve requirements. To adjust for
discontinuities due to changes in reserve requirements on reservable nondeposit liabilities, the sum of such required
reserves is subtracted from the actual series. Similarly, in
adjusting for discontinuities in the monetary base, required
clearing balances and adjustments to compensate for float also
are subtracted from the actual series.
2. Total reserves not adjusted for discontinuities consist of
reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks, which exclude
required clearing balances and adjustments to compensate for
float, plus vault cash used to satisfy reserve requirements. Such
vault cash consists of all vault cash held during the lagged
computation period by institutions having required reserve balances at Federal Reserve Banks plus the amount of vault cash
equal to required reserves during the maintenance period at
institutions having no required reserve balances.
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. The monetary base not adjusted for discontinuities consists of total reserves plus required clearing balances and adjustments to compensate for float at Federal Reserve Banks and the
currency component of the money stock less the amount of vault
cash holdings of thrift institutions that is included in the currency component of the money stock plus, for institutions not
having required reserve balances, the excess of current vault
cash over the amount applied to satisfy current reserve requirements. After the introduction of contemporaneous reserve requirements (CRR), currency and vault cash figures are measured over the weekly computation period ending Monday.
Before CRR, all components of the monetary base other than
excess reserves are seasonally adjusted as a whole, rather than
by component, and excess reserves are added on a not seasonally adjusted basis. After CRR, the seasonally adjusted series
consists of seasonally adjusted total reserves, which include
excess reserves on a not seasonally adjusted basis, plus the
seasonally adjusted currency component of the money stock and
the remaining items seasonally adjusted as a whole.
5. Reflects actual reserve requirements, including those on
nondeposit liabilities, with no adjustments to eliminate the effects of discontinuities associated with implementation of the
Monetary Control Act or other regulatory changes to reserve
requirements.

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6. Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks plus vault
cash used to satisfy reserve requirements less required reserves.

TABLE 14
1. All commercial banks include domestically chartered insured banks, U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks, New
York investment companies majority owned by foreign banks,
and Edge Act corporations owned by domestically chartered
and foreign banks. Data are prorated averages of Wednesday
estimates for domestically chartered insured banks, based on
weekly reports of a sample of domestically chartered insured
banks and quarterly reports of all domestically chartered insured banks. For foreign-related institutions, data are averages
of month-end estimates based on weekly reports from large
agencies and branches and quarterly reports from all agencies,
branches, investment companies, and Edge Act corporations
engaged in banking.
2. Adjusted to exclude federal funds sold to commercial
banks and domestic commercial interbank loans.
3. Includes nonfinancial commercial paper held.
4. U.S. includes the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
5. Beginning June 30, 1974, data revised to include one large
mutual savings bank that merged with a nonmember commercial bank. Total loans and securities were increased $0.6 billion
of which $0.5 billion were in loans (specifically real estate
loans) and $0.1 billion in other securities.
6. Beginning October 31, 1974, as the result of the liquidation of one large bank, total loans and securities were reduced
$1.5 billion; total loans and leases $1.0 billion; commercial and
industrial loans $0.6 billion; nonbank financial loans $0.2 billion; real estate $0.2 billion; and other securities $0.5 billion.
7. Beginning November 6, 1974, commercial and industrial
loans were increased and real estate loans reduced $0.1 billion
as the result of loan reclassifications at one large mideastern
bank.
8. Beginning March 24, 1976, as the result of loan reclassifications, commercial and industrial loans were reduced $0.7
billion; real estate loans were increased $0.6 billion; and nonbank financial loans $0.2 billion.
9. Beginning March 31, 1976, as the result of loan reclassifications, commercial and industrial loans were reduced $0.5
billion; real estate loans were increased $0.2 billion; nonbank
financial loans $0.4 billion; and all other loans $0.2 billion.
10. Beginning December 31, 1977, as the result of loan reclassifications, commercial and industrial loans were reduced
$0.2 billion, and nonbank financial loans $0.1 billion; real
estate loans were increased $0.3 billion.
11. As of January 3, 1979, total loans and securities were
increased $0.6 billion. Other securities were increased $1.5
billion largely as the result of reclassifications of certain taxexempt obligations. Total loans and leases were reduced $0.9
billion. Commercial and industrial loans were increased $1.8
billion; real estate loans $0.5 billion; and lease financing receivables $0.1 billion. Loans to individuals were reduced $0.4
billion; nonbank financial loans $1.2 billion; and all other loans
$1.6 billion as the result of loan reclassifications.
12. Beginning January 2, 1980, as the result of reclassifications, commercial and industrial loans were increased $0.5 billion (loans to U.S. addressees $0.4 billion); security loans and
all other loans were reduced $0.2 billion and $0.3 billion respectively.
13. Beginning January 2, 1980, as the result of reclassifications, total loans and securities, total loans and leases, and real
estate loans were reduced $0.1 billion. Commercial and industrial loans were increased $0.1 billion; all other loans were
reduced $0.2 billion.

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14. Beginning October 1, 1980, U.S. government securities
were reduced $0.1 billion while other securities were increased
the same amount due to a reclassification.
15. As of February 4, 1981, as the result of the absorption of
a nonbank affiliate by a large commercial bank, total loans and
securities were increased $1.0 billion; total loans and leases
$1.0 billion; commercial and industrial loans $0.5 billion; real
estate loans $0.1 billion; nonbank financial loans $0.1 billion;
and lease financing receivables $0.2 billion.
16. Beginning April 1, 1981, an accounting procedure
change by one bank reduced commercial and industrial loans
$0.1 billion.
17. Beginning in December 1981, shifts of foreign loans and
securities from U.S. banking offices to international banking
facilities (IBFs) reduced the levels of several items. The accompanying tables show the cumulative, not seasonally adjusted
amounts shifted to the IBFs for each month from December
1981 to December 1982 on a monthly average basis, for each
item affected.
Cumulative Assets Shifted to International Banking Facilities
Monthly averages, not seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars, all commercial banks

1981 |
Item
Total loans and
securities
Other securities. .
Total loans and
leases
Commercial and
industrial to
non-U.S.
addressees . .
Foreign banks . . .
Foreign official
institutions . .
All other loans . .

1982

Dec.

Jan. ] Feb.] Mar. [Apr.] May J June

15.3
.3

29.8 31.0
.6
.6

31.8
.6

32.5
.6

32.8
.6

33.1
.6

15.0

29.2

30.4

31.2

31.8

32.1

32.5

7,3
3,7

13.8
7.4

14.2
7.8

14.6
8.1

14.9
8.3

15.0
8.4

15.1
8.6

3.4
.7

6.9
1.1

7.2
1.1

7.3
1.1

7.5
1.1

7.6
1.2

7.7
1.2

1982
Item

July

Aug. Sept. | Oct. ] Nov. I Dee,

Total loans and securities . 33.4 33.8 34.0
.6
.6
Other securities
.6
Total loans and leases . . 32,7 33.1 33.4
Commercial and
industrial to non-U.S.
15.2 15.4 15.5
addressees
Foreign banks
8.7
8.6 8.7
Foreign official
institutions
7.7
7.8 7.9
1.2
1.2
All other loans
1.2

34.3
.6
33.7

34.6
.6
34.0

35,0
.6
34.4

15.7
8.8

15.7
8.8

15.8
9.0

8.1
1.2

8.2
1.2

8.3
1.2

18. Beginning February 24, 1982 due to the merger of a
mutual savings bank with a commercial bank, total loans and
securities increased $1.0 billion. U.S. government securities
and other securities each increased $0.1 billion. Total loans and
leases increased $0.8 billion and real estate loans $0.7 billion.
19. Beginning March 17, 1982, due to the merger of a commercial bank with a mutual savings bank, total loans and securities increased $0.6 billion. U.S. government securities and
other securities each increased $0.1 billion; total loans and
leases and real estate loans each increased $0.4 billion.
20. Beginning September 29, 1982, as the result of reclassifications, total loans and leases were reduced $0.1 billion. Real
estate loans increased $0.3 billion; commercial and industrial
loans and other securities each increased $0.1 billion. Nonbank
financial loans and all other loans decreased $0.3 billion and
$0.1 billion respectively.
21. Beginning January 5, 1983, as the result of reclassifications, real estate loans increased while loans to individuals decreased $0.2 billion.

22. Beginning January 12, 1983, real estate loans increased
$0.4 billion; loans to individuals and all other loans were each
decreased $0.2 billion due to loan reclassifications.
23. Beginning January 26, 1983, total loans and leases, and
commercial and industrial loans to U.S. addressees were reduced $0.2 billion. Other securities were increased $0.2 billion
due to a reclassification.
24. Beginning February 2, 1983, commercial and industrial
loans were reduced and real estate loans increased $0.5 billion
as the result of a loan reclassification.
25. Beginning October 5, 1983, due to reclassifications,
commercial and industrial loans to non-U.S. addressees increased $0.3 billion, while all other loans were reduced the
same amount.
26. As of October 19, 1983, due to a merger and sale of
loans, total loans and securities, total loans and leases, and all
other loans were each reduced $1.0 billion.
27. Beginning January 4, 1984, several definitional changes
occurred in the banks credit series.
A. Other assets in trading accounts were shifted out of total
loans and leases into other securities. Other securities
increased $2.2 billion; total loans and leases decreased
$L6 billion, of which $1.2 billion came from bankers
acceptances held and $0,4 billion from nonbank financial loans.
B. Loans to state and political subdivisions were shifted
from other securities to total loans and leases. Other
securities increased and total loans and leases decreased
$33.2 billion.
C. U.S. agency securities held in trading accounts were
shifted from other securities to U.S. government securities. Other securities were reduced $2.0 billion; U.S.
government securities increased the same amount.
D. Domestically chartered non-insured commercial banks
were eliminated from the series. Total loans and securities were reduced $1.3 billion; U.S. government securities $0.2 billion; other securities $0.3 billion; total loans
and leases $0.8 billion. Commercial and industrial loans
decreased $0.3 billion; real estate loans $0.4 billion;
and all other loans $0.2 billion.
28. Beginning January 4, 1984, commercial and industrial
loans to U.S. addressees increased $0.2 billion; real estate loans
increased $0.1 billion; and loans to individuals decreased $0.3
billion due to loan reclassifications.
29. Beginning September 19, 1984, a reclassification of
loans raised real estate loans $0.2 billion and lowered commercial and industrial loans to U.S. addressees $0.2 billion.
30. As of September 26, 1984, a transfer of loans from Continental Illinois National Bank to the FDIC reduced total loans
and securities and total loans and leases $1.9 billion. Commercial and industrial loans to U.S. addressees decreased $1.4 billion; real estate loans $0.4 billion; nonbank financial loans and
loans to individuals were each reduced $0.1 billion.
31. Beginning December 26, 1984, commercial and industrial loans to U.S. addressees increased $0.4 billion, while all
other loans decreased $0.4 billion due to reclassifications.
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 domestically chartered 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), 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. Averages of daily figures for member and nonmember
banks. Before October 1980, nonmember banks were interpolated from quarterly call report data.
5. Includes averages of current and previous month-end data
until August 1979; beginning September 1979 averages of daily
data.
6. Based on daily average data reported by 122 large banks
beginning February 1980 and 46 banks before February 1980.
7. Includes U.S. Treasury demand deposits and Treasury
tax-and-loan notes at commercial banks. Averages of daily data.
8. Averages of Wednesday figures.
9. Estimated effects of shifts of foreign assets from U.S.
banking offices to international banking facilities (IBFs).

TABLE 16
1. All commercial banking institutions include domestically
chartered insured commercial banks, agencies and branches of
foreign banks, Edge Act and Agreement corporations owned by
domestically chartered and foreign banks, and New York State
investment companies majority owned by foreign banks. Data
for domestically chartered insured commercial banks (partly
estimated) are for the last Wednesday of the month. Data for
foreign-related institutions are based on last-Wednesday-of-themonth reports from large agencies, branches, investment companies, and Edge Act and Agreement corporations engaged in
banking.
2. Data are last-Wednesday-of-the-month estimates for domestically chartered commercial banks, based on weekly sample reports and quarterly universe reports. Beginning in January
1984, the series includes only insured commercial banks. The
exclusion of noninsured banks reduced total loans $0.8 billion
and securities $0.5 billion in January 1984.
3. Beginning January 1979, improvements in estimation
methods resulted in a different allocation among the liability
categories of borrowings, other liabilities, and the residual.
Other liabilities are higher in the revised series than in the data
previously published, and the residual is smaller.
4. Beginning in December 1981, shifts of foreign loans and
securities from U.S. banking offices to international banking
facilities (IBFs) reduced the levels of several assets; other securities, total loans, commercial and industrial loans and all other
loans.
5. Beginning January 1984, U.S. government securities includes both U.S. Treasury securities and U.S. government
agency obligations; previously published data included U.S.
government agency obligations in other securities. Data before
1984 have been revised to conform more closely to the new
definition; however, U.S. government agency obligations held

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in trading accounts remain in other securities through December 1983 resulting in a $2.0 billion break in series.
In addition, certain obligations of state and political subdivisions have been moved to all other loans. This shift results in a
break in series of -$33.2 billion at the beginning of 1984. Partially offsetting this shift, trading accounts assets other than
securities formerly reported as loans or cash assets, increased
other securities $2.2 billion in January 1984.
6. Beginning January 1984, the definition of loans was
changed to include certain obligations of state and political subdivisions previously included in other securities. Total loans
(specifically, all other loans) were increased $33.2 billion by
this shift; an offsetting $1.6 billion decline was due to the transfer of certain acceptances and commercial paper formerly reported as loans to trading account other assets.
7. Beginning in January 1984 loans to domestic commercial
banks (interbank loans) are shown separately and are included
in both total loans and total loans and securities. Before 1984,
because of inadequate data after October 1980, total loans and
securities do not include interbank loans; these are included in
other assets.
8. Beginning January 1984, deposits are grouped differently
than in previous years. The new categories are transactions
deposits, non-transactions savings deposits, and time deposits.
Through 1983 the categories were demand deposits, savings
deposits, and time deposits. Only total deposits and time deposits are consistent from 1973-84.
TABLE 17
1. All large weekly reporting commercial banks are those
with domestic assets of $1.4 million or more on December 31,
1982. This panel began reporting on January 4, 1984. Partially
estimated historical data for this reporting panel are available
beginning with January 1979 data, from the Banking Section,
Division of Research and Statistics, Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System.
2. Includes securities purchased under agreements to reselL
3. Levels of major loan items were affected by the September
26, 1984 transaction between Continental Illinois National
Bank and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Other
loans and leases gross, declined $1,949 million, with commercial and industrial loans accounting for $1,373 million of this
amount and real estate loans for $372 million; the remainder
was distributed among several other loan categories.
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. Exclusive of loans and federal funds transactions with domestic commercial banks.
7. Loans sold are those sold outright to a bank's own foreign
branches, nonconsolidated nonbank affiliates of the bank, the
banks holding company (if not a bank), and nonconsolidated
nonbank subsidiaries of the holding company.
8. 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
data in the subsequent year. A description of the adjustment
process is available in Banking and Monetary Statistics, 19411970, pages 148-49.

sample of commercial banks. Types of depositors in each category are described in the Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 57 (June
1971), page 466.

TABLE 19
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 bank-related paper from dealer-placed to directly placed.

TABLE 20
1. The prime rate is the rate that banks charge their most
creditworthy business customers on short-term loans. The table
shows the date on which a new rate came to be the predominant
one quoted, rather than the date on which the first bank made a
change in the rate.

TABLE 21
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 fanners 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.

TABLE 22
TABLE 18
1. Figures include cash items in process of collection. Estimates of gross deposits are based on reports supplied by a

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1. Average of offering rates quoted by at least five dealers (in
the case of commercial paper) or finance companies (in the case
of finance paper).
2. Yields are quoted on a bank-discount basis.

3. Dealer closing offered rates for top-rated banks. Most
representative rate (which may be, but need not be, the average
of the rates quoted by the dealers).
4. Averages of offering rates quoted by five dealers.
5. Annual figures are averages of the individual observations. For the other series, annual averages are constructed
from the monthly averages.
6. Except for auction averages, yields are computed from
daily closing bid prices; auction averages are recorded in the
week in which the bills are issued.
7. Yields on the more actively traded issues adjusted to constant maturities by the U.S. Treasury, based on daily closing bid
prices.
8. Each weekly figure is calculated on a biweekly basis and
is the average of five business days ending on the Monday
following the calendar week. Until Mar. 31, 1983, these data
determined 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. This series is an estimate of the yield
on recently-offered, A-rated utility bonds with a 30-year maturity and 5 years of call protection. Weekly data are based on
Friday quotations. The Federal Reserve previously published
interest rate series on both newly-issued and recently-offered
Aaa utility bonds, but discontinued these series in January 1984
owing to the lack of Aaa issues.
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 23
1. Beginning January 25, 1984, Standard and Poor's Corporation rebased the transportation index making 1982 = 100,
rather than 10. Data only from 1974 are available on this new
basis.
2. Beginning July 1983, under the revised Regulation T, margin credit at broker-dealers includes credit extended against
stocks, convertible bonds, stocks acquired through exercise of
subscription rights, corporate bonds, and government securities. Separate reporting of data for margin stocks, convertible
bonds, and subscription issues was discontinued in April 1984,
and margin credit at broker-dealers became the total that is
distributed by equity class.
3. Free credit balances are in accounts with no unfulfilled
commitments to the brokers and are subject to withdrawal by
customers on demand.
4. Each customer's equity in his collateral (market value of
collateral less net debit balance) is expressed as a percentage of
current collateral values.
5. Regulations G, T, and U of the Federal Reserve Board of
Governors, 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.
6. Balances that may be used by customers as the margin
deposit required for additional purchases. Balances may arise as
transfers based on loan values of other collateral in the customer's margin account or deposits of cash (usually sales proceeds) occur.

TABLE 24-A
1. Beginning in 1982, a regulatory accounting change provides that certain balances that had been reported as liabilities
be reported as contra-assets and deducted from asset balances.
Total assets and liabilities plus net worth are net of these items.
2. Holdings of stock in the Federal Home Loan Banks are
included in "Other" (line 4).
3. Beginning in 1982, loans in process are classified as contra-assets and are not included in total liabilities and net worth.
Total assets are net of loans in process.
4. Includes general reserves, paid-in surplus, individual
profits, and permanent stock in the case of stock associations.
5. Excludes figures for loans in process.
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

TABLE 24-B
1. Data are reported on a net-of-valuation-reserves basis.
Data for December 31, 1984, are revised as follows:

1 Assets
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Loans
Mortgage
Other
Securities
U S government2
State and local government
Corporate and other3
Cash
Other assets

9 Liabilities
10 Deposits 4
1 1 Regular
12
Ordinary savings
13
Time
14 Other
15 Other liabilities
16 General reserve accounts
17 MEMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding5 .

193,535
97,356
19 129
15 360
2 177
43,580
6,263
9,670

193,535
172,665
170 135
38 554
95,129
2,530
10,154
10368
n.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 Council of Savings Institutions for all savings banks in the United States.

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TABLE 24-C

TABLE 26-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 voluntary7
hospital insurance premiums have been reclassified from social
insurance receipts to offsetting receipts in the health function.
2. Beginning February 1984, social security and medicare
were removed from the income security and health functions
respectively.
3. 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 1985. 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.

TABLE 24-D
TABLE 27
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.

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 25

TABLE 28

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
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 loan-valuation adjustment.
SOURCES. U.S. Treasury Department, "Monthly Treasury
Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government,"
and Treasury Bulletin, various issues; and The Budget of the
United States Government, Fiscal Year 1985.

1. Includes (not shown separately) securities issued to the
Rural Electrification Administration; depository bonds; retirement plan bonds; and individual retirement bonds.
2. Nonmarketable dollar-denominated and foreign currencydenominated series held by foreigners.
3. Held almost entirely by U.S. government agencies and
trust funds.
4. Data for Federal Reserve Banks and U.S. government
agencies and trust funds are actual holdings; data for other
groups are Treasury estimates.
5. Consists of investments of foreign and international accounts. Excludes non-interest-bearing notes issued to the International Monetary Fund.
6. Includes savings and loan associations, nonprofit institutions, credit unions, mutual savings banks, corporate pension
trust funds, dealers and brokers, certain U.S. 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 26-A
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 1985.

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TABLE 29-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 29-B
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).

TABLE 29-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 aU 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 30
1. Consists of mortgages assumed by the Defense Department between 1957 and 1963 under family housing and homeowners assistance programs.
2. Includes participation certificates reclassified as debt beginning October, 1, 1976.
3. Off-budget August 17, 1974, through September 30,
1976; on-budget thereafter.
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 and Human Services; Department of Housing and Urban Development; Small Business Administration; and the Veterans Administration.
6. Off-budget.
7. Includes outstanding noncontingent liabilities: Notes,
bonds, and debentures.
8. Before late 1981, the Association obtained financing
through the Federal Financing Bank (FFB).
9. The FFB, which began operations in 1974, is authorized
to purchase or sell obligations issued, sold, or guaranteed by
other federal agencies. Since FFB incurs debt solely for the
purpose of lending to other agencies, its debt is not included in
the main portion of the table in order 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 31
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 32
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.
Private placement data are not available on a monthly basis.
SOURCES. U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.
TABLE 33
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
short-term debt securities.
SOURCE. Investment Company Institute. Data based on reports of members, which are substantially all open-end investment companies registered with the Securities and Exchange
Commission. Data reflect newly formed companies after their
initial offering of securities.
TABLE 34
SOURCE. Survey of Current Business (U.S. Department of
Commerce).
TABLE 35
1. For description of series, see Federal Reserve Bulletin,
vol. 64 (July 1978), pages 533-37.
2. The ratio of total current assets to total current liabilities.
SOURCE. Federal Trade Commission and Bureau of the
Census.
TABLE 36
1. "Other" consists of construction; wholesale and retail
trade; finance and insurance; personal and business services;
and communication.
SOURCE. Survey of Current Business (U.S. Department of
Commerce).
TABLE 38
1. Before June 1980 these data were included in all other
business credit.

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2. Before June 1980 these data were included in retail commercial vehicle paper.
3. Before June 1980 these data were included in retail paper
on business, industrial, and farm equipment.

TABLE 39
1. Weighted averages based on sample surveys of mortgages
closed by major institutional lenders during the first five fuU
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, from U.S. Department of Housing and
Urban Development.
5. Average gross yields on 30-year, minimum-downpayment
first mortgages, insured by the Federal Housing Administration
for immediate delivery in the private secondary market. Any
gaps in data are in periods of adjustment to changes in maximum permissible contract rates.
6. Average net yields to investors on fully modified passthrough 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 Thursday
quotations for the month.
7. 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.
8. Includes participations as well as whole loans.
9. Includes both conventional mortgages and a small amount
of government-underwritten loans.

TABLE 40
1. Minor revisions in some items were made for 1977 and
1978. These revisions are available from the Mortgage and
Consumer Finance Section, Board of Governors of the Federal
Reserve System, Washington, D.C. 20551.
2. Includes loans held by nondeposit trust companies but not
bank trust departments.
3. Outstanding principal balances of mortgage-backed securities insured or guaranteed by the agency indicated.
4. Other holders include mortgage companies, real estate
investment trusts, state and local credit agencies, state and local
government retirement funds, noninsured pension funds, credit
unions, and U.S. agencies for which amounts are small or separate data are not readily available.
SOURCES. Based on data from various institutional and government sources, with figures for some quarters estimated in
part by the Federal Reserve in conjunction with the Federal
Home Loan Bank Board and the U.S. Department of Commerce. Separation of nonfarm mortgage debt by type of property, if not reported directly, and interpolations and extrapolations, when required, are estimated mainly by the Federal
Reserve. Multifamily debt refers to loans on structures of five
or more units.

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TABLE 41
A Data are revised.
1. The consumer installment credit series covers most shortand 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 fanners; 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. Beginning 1983, net change equals outstandings, seasonally adjusted less outstandings, of the previous period, seasonally adjusted.

TABLE 42
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 43-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 44
1. Annual data for line 11 are revised as follows:
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

48.0
56,0
64.0
70.0
65.0
65.0
78.0
100.0
114.0
121.0
108.0
112.0
111.0
137.0
149.0

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 McGraw-Hill Informations Systems Company, RW.
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.
7. Not seasonally adjusted. Based on data published by the
U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
SOURCE. Basic data (not index numbers) for series mentioned
in notes 5 and 6 and indexes for series mentioned in notes 3 and
7 may also be found in Survey of Current Business.
TABLE 45
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 primaryprocessing 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); "New Federal
Reserve Measures of Capacity and Capacity Utilization," Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 69 (July 1983), pages 515-21; and
"Capacity Utilization: Manufacturing, Mining, and Utilities,
January 1967-December 1982" (Federal Reserve statistical
release, July 1983).

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, selfemployed persons, domestic servants, unpaid family workers,
and members of the Armed Forces. Data are adjusted to the
March 1984 benchmark. Based on data from Employment and
Earnings (U.S. Department of Labor).
TABLE 47
1. Not at annual rates.
TABLE 48
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
Revisions" (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-30-76-5), 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 49
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 50
1. With inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments.
2. With capital consumption adjustment.
3. For after-tax profits, dividends, and the like, see table 34.
SOURCE. Survey of Current Business (Department of Commerce).
TABLE 51

TABLE 46
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



1. With inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments.
2. With capital consumption adjustment.
SOURCE. Survey of Current Business (Department of Commerce) .

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TABLE 52
1. Seasonal factors are not calculated for lines 6, 10, 12-16,
18-20,22-34, and 38-41.
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.
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 52-65.
Data in table 52 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 54 is based on U.S. Treasury Department data and on
data reported to the Treasury Department by the International
Monetary Fund.
Tables 55 through 63 are based on Treasury Department data
and on data reported to the Treasury Department by banks
(including Federal Reserve Banks) and brokers in the United
States. The data exclude the holdings of dollars by the International Monetary Fund derived from payments of the U.S. subscription and from the exchange transactions and other operations of the IMF. The data also exclude U.S. Treasury letters of
credit and U.S. nonnegotiable, noninterest-bearing notes held
by nonmonetary international and regional organizations.
Tables 64 and 65 are based on data reported to the Treasury
Department by nonbanking business enterprises.
The term "foreigners" covers all institutions and individuals
domiciled outside the United States (including U.S. citizens
domiciled abroad), and the foreign branches, subsidiaries, and
offices of U.S. banks and business concerns; the central governments, central banks, and other official institutions of foreign
countries, wherever located; and international and regional organizations, wherever located. The term "foreigners" also includes persons in the United States when it is known by reporting institutions that they are acting on behalf of foreigners.
TABLE S3
1. Data are on a Census/customs valuation basis. For reasons
of coverage and timing, these data differ from the merchandise
trade data shown in table 52. "Summary of U.S. International
Transactions."
TABLE 54
1. Includes gold in Exchange Stabilization Fund. Gold held
under earmark at Federal Reserve Banks for foreign and international accounts is not included in the gold stock of the United
States; see table 62. 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. re-

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serve assets, SDR holdings, and reserve position in IMF were
as follows (in millions of dollars, end of period).
Month

Total

SDKs
...i,

Reserve
position
in IMF

1984
January
February
March
April . . .

May
June
July
August .
September
October
November
December

35435
35,978
36,064
35,938
36 207
36210
36 368
36,712
36 560
36 871
37 188
37 549

5 892
6,054
6,054
6,076
6386
6,386
6492
6,707
6707
6,707
6942
6,942

12 128
12,131
12,082
12,170
12 287
12 395
12 672
12 717
12720
12751
12 887
12 855

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 52.
TABLE 55-A
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.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 52.
TABLE 55-B
1. Includes the Bank for International Settlements.
2. Includes countries in Oceania and Eastern Europe.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 52.
TABLE 56-A
1. Excludes negotiable time certificates of deposit, which are
included in "Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments."
2. Includes borrowing under repurchase agreements.
3. U.S. banks: includes amounts due to own foreign
branches and foreign subsidiaries consolidated in "Consolidated report of condition" filed with bank regulatory agencies.
Agencies, branches, and majority-owned subsidiaries of foreign

banks: principally amounts due to head office or parent foreign
bank and to foreign branches, agencies, or wholly owned subsidiaries of head office or parent foreign bank.
4. Financial claims on residents of the United States, other
than long term securities, held by or through reporting banks.
5. Includes nonmarketable certificates of indebtedness and
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."
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 52.

5. Includes demand and time deposits and negotiable and
nonnegotiable certificates of deposit denominated in U.S. dollars issued by banks abroad.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 52.
TABLE 59
1. Liabilities and claims of banks in the United States were
increased, beginning in December 1981, by the shift from foreign branches to international banking facilities in the United
States of liabilities to, and claims on, foreign residents.
2. Remaining time to maturity,
3. Includes nonmonetary international and regional organizations.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 52.

TABLE 60
TABLE 56-B
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
organizations, except the Bank for International Settlements,
which is included in "Other Western Europe."
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 52.

TABLE 57
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."
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 52.

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.



1. Data on claims exclude foreign currencies held by U.S.
monetary authorities.
2. Assets owned by customers of the reporting bank located
in the United States that represent claims on foreigners held by
reporting banks for the accounts of their domestic customers.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 52.

TABLE 61
1. Estimated official and private transactions of marketable
U.S. Treasury securities with an original maturity of more than
one year. Data are based on monthly transaction reports. Excludes nonmarketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes held by
official institutions of foreign countries.
2. Includes U.S. Treasury notes, denominated in foreign currencies, publicly issued to private foreign residents.
3. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar,
Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
4. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 52.

TABLE 62
1. Excludes deposits and U.S. Treasury securities held for
international and regional organizations.
2. Marketable U.S. Treasury bills, notes, and bonds; and
nonmarketable U.S. Treasury securities payable in dollars and
in foreign currencies.
3. Earmarked gold is gold held for foreign and international
accounts; it is not included in the gold stock of the United
States. Earmarked gold and the gold stock are valued at $42,22
per fine troy ounce.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 52.

TABLE 63
1. Comprises oil-exporting countries as follows: Bahrain,
Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and United
Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
2. Includes state and local government securities, and securities of U.S. government agencies and corporations. Also includes issues of new debt securities sold abroad by U.S. corporations organized to finance direct investments abroad.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 52.
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TABLE 64
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 52.

TABLE 65
1. Table 58, "Banks' own and domestic customers' claims on
foreigners," includes monthly figures for U.S. dollar deposits in
banks abroad, reported by nonbanking business enterprises in
the United States.
2. Comprises Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar,
Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates (Trucial States).
3. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.
4. Includes nonmonetary international and regional organizations.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 52.
TABLE 66
1. For a given month, total assets may not equal total liabilities because some branches did not adjust the net position of the
bank in the branch to reflect unrealized paper profits and paper
losses caused by changes in exchange rates, which are used to
convert foreign currency values into equivalent dollar values.
2. Beginning with the data for June 1984, reported claims
held by foreign branches have been reduced by an increase in
the reporting threshold for "shell" branches from $50 million to
$150 million equivalent in total assets; this is the threshold now
applicable to all reporting branches.
3. Data for assets vis-a-vis other banks in the United States
and vis-a-vis nonbanks are combined for dates before June
1984.
4. Before June 1984, liabilities on negotiable CDs were included in liabilities to the United States or liabilities to foreigners, according to the address of the initial purchaser.
TABLE 67
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. 11, last issued on July 10,1980. Data in this table and
in the G. 11 tables are not strictly comparable because of differences in reporting panels and in definitions of balance sheet
items.
2. Includes the District of Columbia.
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. 11 statistical release, gross balances were included in total
assets and total liabilities. Therefore, total asset and total liabil-

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ity figures in this table are not comparable to those in the G. 11
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.
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 68
1. The banking offices covered by these data are the US.
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 66 (the sum of lines 7 through 10) with
the claims of U.S. offices in table 58 (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. Beginning with June 1984 data, reported claims held by
foreign branches have been reduced by an increase in the reporting threshold for "shell" branches from $50 million to $150
million equivalent in total assets, the threshold now applicable
to all reporting branches.
3. 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).
4. Excludes Liberia.
5. Includes Canal Zone beginning December 1979.
6. Foreign branch claims only.
7. Includes New Zealand, Liberia, and international and regional organizations.

TABLE 69
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 70
1. Rates are for three-month interbank loans except for Canada, finance company paper; Belgium, three-month Treasury
bills; and Japan, Gensaki rate.

TABLE 71
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 72
1. Averages of certified noon buying rates in New York for
cable transfers.
2. Cents per unit of foreign currency.

Part 2—Special Tables

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, 1984, 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 1984.

TABLE 73
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 sale-purchase 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.

TABLE 76-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, 1984, includes 13 state member noninsured and 1 noninsured national trust company.
4. Figures exclude new banks organized to succeed operating banks.
TABLE 76-B
1. Individual breakdowns by type of bank are not available.
Therefore, the "Other" category of changes are the residual
changes from the differences between figures for the current
and previous year, minus the actual changes from the first three
(3) categories.
2. Provided at military and other government establishments
through arrangements made by the U.S. Treasury Department.

TABLE 74
TABLE 77
1. Includes distribution of costs for projects performed by
one Bank for the benefit of one or more other Banks.
2. This item includes expenses for labor and materials temporarily capitalized and charged to activities when the products
are consumed.
3. This item includes $437.1 million of unrealized net losses
related to revaluation of assets denominated in foreign currencies to market exchange rates.
4. For additional details, see the Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System, 71st Annual Report, 1984, (1985),
pages 212-16.
Nan . Details may not add to totals because of rounding.

TABLE 75
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



1. S = statewide branching; L = limited branching; U =
unit banking.
2. Statewide branching effective October 1984.
3. Limited branching effective September 1, 1983.
4. Limited branching effective December 1984.
SOURCES. Compiled from unpublished data from the Board
of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corporation.
TABLE 78
1. Number in parentheses is total of banking organizations in
state.
2. Independent bank.
TABLE 79
1. Companies included are those that have reported to the
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System pursuant to
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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 1984 are available from Publications Services,
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, D.C. 20551.
Figures exclude banking subsidiaries located in Puerto Rico
and holding companies whose only banking subsidiaries are
located in Puerto Rico.
2. Companies that are subsidiaries of other bank holding
companies are eliminated.
3. Branches include locations other than the bank's head office; that is, domestic branches, customer-bank communication
terminals (CBCTs), facilities, foreign branches and 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.

TABLE 82
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. Before 1983 the maturity for new car loans was 36
months, and for mobile home loans was 84 months.
4. At auto finance companies.

TABLE 83
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. Margin accounts include credit extended on stock and
non-convertible, and convertible bonds under the consolidated
method of reporting in Regulation T.
4. Includes credit extended to finance purchases through
qualified stock option and employee stock purchase plans.

TABLE 84
TABLE 80

1. These are members of either the American Stock Exchange or the New York Stock Exchange.

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 1984 classified in two ways:

TABLE 85

By type of bank charter

By type of minority
Black
Hispanic
Women
Asian
American Indian
Multiracial

48
28
8
15
3

2

Federal Reserve member
National
State

47
5

Nonmember state

52

TABLE 81
1. Includes deferred profit-sharing funds and pension funds
of corporations, unions, multiemployer groups, and nonprofit
organizations.
2. Includes Foreign Service Retirement and Disability Trust
Fund.

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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, 21
Assets and deposits
Banking organizations, percentage of total held by 10
largest, 78
Banks in holding company groups, 79
Assets and liabilities (See also Foreigners)
Banks, by classes, 16, 17
Domestic finance companies, 37
Federal Reserve Banks, 10(A), 73
Financial institutions, 24
Foreign banks, U.S. branches and agencies, 67
Minority-owned banks, 80
Nonfinancial corporations, 35
Assets of pension funds, 81
Automobiles
Consumer installment credit, 41, 82
Production, 47
Bankers acceptances, 9, 19(B), 22, 29(A, B), 74
Bankers balances, 16, 17 (See also Foreigners)
Banking offices
Banks in holding company groups, 79
In operation, number and changes, 75, 76, 77
Bonds (See also U.S. government securities)
Interest rates, 22
New issues, 32
Branch banks, 66, 67, 75, 76(B)
Budget, U.S. (See Federal finance)
Business activity, selected measures, 44
Business expenditures on new plant and equipment, 36
Business loans (See Commercial and industrial loans)
Capacity utilization, 44, 45(C)
Capital accounts
Banks, by classes, 16
Federal Reserve Banks, 10(A), 73
Central banks, foreign discount rates, 69
Certificates of deposit, 22, 29(A, B)
Commercial and industrial loans
Commercial banks, 14, 16, 17, 21, 67
Weekly reporting banks, 17
Commercial banks
Agricultural loans, 17, 21
Assets and liabilities, 16, 17
Banking offices, number and changes, 75, 76, 77
Banking organizations, percentage of total assets and
deposits held by 10 largest, 78
Commercial and industrial loans, 14, 16, 17, 21, 67
Consumer loans held, by type and terms, 41, 82
Debits and deposit turnover, 11




Commercial banks—Continued
Loans and securities, 14
Loans sold outright, 17
Nondeposit funds, 15
Real estate mortgages held, by holder and property, 40
Time and savings deposits, 1
Commercial paper, 19(A), 22, 29(A, B), 37
Condition statements (See Assets and liabilities)
Construction, 44, 48
Consumer installment credit, 41, 82
Consumer prices, 44, 49
Consumption expenditures, 50, 51
Corporations
Nonfinancial, assets and liabilities, 35
Profits and their distribution, 34
Security issues, 32, 63
Cost of living (See Consumer prices)
Credit unions, 24(D), 41 (See also Thrift institutions)
Currency and coin, 16
Currency in circulation, 2, 12
Customer credit, stock market, 23(B, C, D), 83, 84
Debits to deposit accounts, 11
Debt (See specific types of debt or securities)
Demand deposits
Banks, by classes, 11, 16, 17
Ownership by individuals, partnerships, and
corporations, 18
Turnover, 11
Depository institutions (See also Financial institutions)
Reserve requirements, 6
Reserves and related items, 1, 2, 3, 13, 73
Deposits (See also specific types)
Banking organizations, percentage of total deposits held by
10 largest, 78
Banks, by classes, 1, 16, 17, 24(B)
Banks in holding company groups, 79
Federal Reserve Banks, 2, 10(A), 25, 73
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, 34
Federal Reserve Banks, 74
Dollar, U.S., index of weighted-average value, 71
Employment, 44, 46
Eurodollars, 22
Expenditures on new plant and equipment, 36

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Farm mortgage loans, 40
Federal agency obligations, 2, 9, 10(A, C), 29(A, B), 73
Federal credit agencies, 30
Federal finance
Debt subject to statutory limit, and types and ownership of
gross debt of U.S. Treasury, 27, 28
Receipts and outlays, 25, 26
Treasury financing of surplus or deficit, 25
Treasury operating balance, 25
Federal Financing Bank, 25, 30
Federal funds, 4, 15, 17, 22, 25
Federal Home Loan Banks, 30
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, 30, 39, 40
Federal Housing Administration, 30, 39, 40
Federal Land Banks, 40
Federal National Mortgage Association, 30, 39, 40
Federal Reserve Banks
Condition statement, 10(A), 73
Discount rates (See Interest rates)
Income, expenses, and dividends, 74
Payments to US. Treasury, 74
Surplus, 74
US. government securities held, 2, 10(A, C), 28, 73
Federal Reserve credit, 2, 3, 10(A, C), 73
Federal Reserve notes, 10(A, B), 73, 74
Federal savings banks, assets and liabilities, 24(E)
Federally sponsored credit agencies, 30
Finance companies
Assets and liabilities, 37
Business credit, 38
Loans, 41, 82
Paper, 19(A), 22
Finance rates (See Interest rates)
Financial institutions, 17, 24, 40 (See also Commercial
banks, Credit unions, Mutual savings banks, Savings and
loan associations, and Thrift institutions)
Float, 2
Flow of funds, 42, 43
Foreign banks, assets and liabilities of US. branches and
agencies, 67
Foreign currency operations, 10(A), 73, 74
Foreign deposits in US. banks, 2, 10(A), 17, 73
Foreign exchange rates, 72
Foreign trade, 53
Foreigners
Claims on, 57, 58, 59, 60, 65, 66, 67, 68
Liabilities to, 17, 53, 55, 56, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 66, 67

Interest rates—Continued
Foreign countries, 70
Installment credit, selected types, 82
Money and capital markets, 22
Mortgages, 39
Prime rate, 20
Time and savings deposits, 8
International capital transactions of United States, 52-70
International organizations, 55, 56, 57, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65
Inventories, 50
Investment companies, issues and assets, 33
Investments (See also specific types)
Banks, by classes, 16, 17, 24(B)
Commercial banks, 1, 14, 16, 17, 40
Federal Reserve Banks, 10(A, C), 73
Financial institutions, 24, 40, 85

Gold certificate account, 10(A, B), 73
Gold stock, 2, 54
Government National Mortgage Association, 30, 39, 40
Gross national product, 50

National banks, number, and changes in number of
banking offices, 75, 76
National defense outlays, 26(B)
National income, 50
Nondeposit funds of commercial banks, 15
Nonmember banks, number, and changes in number of
banking offices, 75, 76

Holding company groups, banking offices, assets, and
deposits of banks in, 79
Housing, new and existing units, 48

Labor force, 46
Life insurance companies (See Insurance companies)
Loans (See also specific types)
Banks, by classes, 16, 17, 24(B, E)
Commercial banks, 1, 14, 16, 17, 21, 67
Federal Reserve Banks, 2, 3, 5, 10(A, C), 73, 74
Financial institutions, 24, 40, 85
Insured or guaranteed by United States, 39, 40
Manufacturing
Capacity utilization, 44, 45(C)
Production, 44, 45(A), 47
Margin accounts
Brokers' detailed debit and credit balances, 84
Selected statistics, 23(B, C, D)
Margin regulations, credit subject to, 83
Margin requirements, 7
Member banks (See also Depository institutions)
Banking offices, number and changes, 75, 76
Federal funds and repurchase agreements, 4
Reserve requirements, 6
Minority-owned banks, assets and liabilities, 80
Mobile homes shipped, 48
Monetary and credit aggregates, 1, 13
Money and capital market rates, 22
Money stock measures and components, 1, 12
Mortgages (See Real estate loans)
Mutual funds (See Investment companies)
Mutual savings banks, 8, 24(B), 40, 41, 75, 76 (See also
Thrift institutions)

Open market transactions, 9
Income, personal and national, 44, 50, 51
Income and expenses, Federal Reserve Banks, 74
Industrial production, 44, 47
Installment loans, 41, 82
Insurance companies, 24(C), 28, 40, 85
Insured commercial banks, 75
Interest rates
Bonds, 22
Commercial and industrial loans, 21
Federal Reserve Banks, 5
Foreign central banks, 69

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Pension funds, assets, 81
Personal income, 44, 50, 51
Prices
Consumer and producer, 44, 49
Stock market, 23(A)
Prime rate, 20
Producer prices, 44, 49
Production, 44, 47
Profit and loss, Federal Reserve Banks, 74
Profits, corporate, 34

Real estate loans
Banks, by classes, 14, 17, 40
Financial institutions, 24(A, B, C, E)
Life insurance companies, 85
Terms, yields, and activity, 39
Type of holder and property mortgaged, 40
Repurchase agreements, 4, 15, 17
Reserve requirements, 6
Reserves
Commercial banks, 16
Depository institutions, 1, 2, 3, 13, 73
Federal Reserve Banks, 73
U.S. reserve assets, 54
Residential mortgage loans, 39
Retail credit and retail sales, 41, 44, 82
Saving
Flow of funds, 42, 43
National income accounts, 50
Savings and loan associations, 8, 24(A), 40, 41, 43(A) (See
also Thrift institutions)
Savings deposits (See Time and savings deposits)
Savings institutions (See Credit unions, Insurance companies,
Mutual savings banks, and Savings and loan associations)
Securities (See specific types)
Commercial banks, 14
Credit reported by lenders, 23(B, C, D), 83, 84
Federal and federally sponsored credit agencies, 30
Foreign transactions, 63
New issues, 31, 32
Prices, 23(A)
Special drawing rights
Allocations, 52
Certificate account, 2, 10(A, B), 73
Holdings, 42, 52, 54
State and local governments
Deposits, 17
Holdings of U.S. government securities, 28
New security issues, 31
Ownership of securities issued by, 17, 24(B, C, D)

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State member banks, number, and changes in number of
banking offices, 75, 76
Stock market
Customer credit, 23(B, C, D), 83, 84
Prices and trading, 23
Stocks (See also Securities)
New issues, 32
Prices, 23(A)
Tax receipts, federal, 26(A)
Thrift institutions, 1 (See also Credit unions, Mutual savings
banks, and Savings and loan associations)
Time and savings deposits, 1, 8, 12, 15, 16, 17
Trade, foreign, 53
Treasury currency and Treasury cash, 2
Treasury deposits, 2, 10(A), 25, 73
Treasury operating balance, 25
Unemployment, 46
U.S. government balances
Commercial bank holdings, 17
Treasury deposits at Reserve Banks, 10(A), 25
U.S. government securities
Bank holdings, 16, 17, 28
Dealers' transactions, positions, and financing, 29
Federal Reserve Bank holdings and earnings, 2, 10(A, C),
28, 73, 74
Foreign and international holdings and transactions, 10(A),
28, 61, 62
Open market transactions, 9
Outstanding, by type and holder, 24(B, C, D), 28
Rates, 22
U.S. international capital transactions, 52-70
Veterans Administration, 39, 40
Weekly reporting banks, 17
Wholesale (producer) prices, 44, 49
Yields (See Interest rates)

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