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

ANNUAL STATISTICAL DIGEST

1985




October 1986

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Preface

The ANNUAL STATISTICAL DIGEST is designed as a compact source of economic—and, especially, financial—data.
The object is to lighten the burden of assembling time series
by providing a single source of historical continuations of
the statistics carried regularly in the Federal Reserve Bulletin.
The DIGEST also offers a continuation of series that formerly appeared regularly in the Bulletin, as well as certain
special, irregular tables, which the Bulletin also once carried. The domestic nonfinancial series included are those
for which the Board of Governors is the primary source.
Sources of data other than the Federal Reserve are listed in
Part 3—Notes to Tables.
This issue of the DIGEST, like those for 1980 through
1984, covers data for only a single year—in this case,
1985—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 1986. 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, Mail Stop 138, Board
of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington,
D.C 20551. Suggestions for making the DIGEST more usefill 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 1985. The exceptions are indicated in parentheses
after the table titles.

Part 1—Regular Tables
1. Reserves, money stock, liquid assets, and debt.measures (1982-85)
A. Quarterly changes
B. Monthly changes
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, 1985
7. Margin requirements (1968-85)
8. Maximum interest rates payable on time and savings deposits at federally insured institutions
9. Federal Reserve open market transactions (1984-85)
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 (1984-85)
A. Seasonally adjusted
B. Not seasonally adjusted
12. Measures and components of the money stock and debt (1982-85)
A. Seasonally adjusted
B. Not seasonally adjusted
13. Aggregate reserves of depository institutions and monetary base (1982-85)
A. Adjusted for changes in reserve requirements
B. Not adjusted for changes in reserve requirements
14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks (1972-85)
A. Seasonally adjusted
B. Not seasonally adjusted




3
4
6
7
10
13
14
14
15
17
17
18
18
18
19
21
22
22
23
23
24
26
28
29
30
34

Contents—continued

15. Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks (1977-85)
16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series (1984-85)
A. All commercial banking institutions
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks
17. All large weekly reporting commercial banks
18. Large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
19. Gross demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations
20. Commercial paper and bankers dollar acceptances outstanding
A. Commercial paper, seasonally adjusted (1983-85)
B. Bankers dollar acceptances, not seasonally adjusted
21. Prime rate charged by banks on short-term business loans
22. Terms of lending at commercial banks—Based on surveys of loans made
23. Interest rates in money and capital markets
A. Annual and monthly averages
B. Weekly averages
24. 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
25. Selected assets and liabilities of financial institutions
A. FSLIC-insured institutions (1983-85)
B. Savings banks
C. Life insurance companies (1984-85)
D. Credit unions (1984-85)
26. Federal fiscal and financing operations
27. U.S. budget
A. Receipts
B. Outlays
28. Federal debt subject to statutory limit—Types and ownership
29. Gross public debt of the U.S. Treasury—Types and ownership (1984-85)
30. U.S. government securities dealers
A. Transactions
B. Positions
C. Financing
31. Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies
32. New security issues of state and local governments
33. New security issues of corporations (1983-85)
34. Open-end investment companies (1984-85)
35. Corporate profits and their distribution (1983-85)
36. Current assets and liabilities of nonfmancial corporations (1980-85)
37. Total nonfarm business expenditures on new plant and equipment
38. Domestic finance companies—Assets and liabilities
39. Business credit of domestic finance companies
A. Accounts receivable — ,
B. Extensions and repayments



39
44
46
48
56
61
62
62
63
63
65
66
71
71
71
71
72
73
73
74
75
76
77
78
78
79
82
85
86
87
88
89
90
90
91
91
92
92

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.

Mortgage markets
Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property (1982-85)
Installment credit—Total outstanding, and net change (1984-85)
Row of funds accounts-Financial assets and liabilities, December 31, 1985
A. All sectors
B. Private nonbank financial institutions
Flow of funds accounts, 1974-85
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 (1984-85)
U.S. foreign trade
U.S. reserve assets
Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions (1984-85)
A. By type
B. By area
Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States (1984-85)
A. By holder and type of liability
B. By area and country
Banks* own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States
(1984-85)
Banks' own and domestic customers' claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in
the United States (1984-85)
Banks' own claims on unaffiliated foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United
States (December 1983-85)
Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies, reported by banks in the United
States (December 1983-85)
Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign transactions (1984-85)
Foreign official assets held at Federal Reserve Banks
Foreign transactions in securities (1984-85)
Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises in the United States
(December 1982-85)
Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises in the United States
(December 1982-85)




93
94
96
98
100
102
104
106
108
109
109
109
110
Ill
113
114
115
116
117
118
118
119
119
120
123
126
129
130
130
131
132
133
135
137

Contents—continued

67. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks (1984-85)
68. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
A. March 31, 1985
B. June 30, 1985
C. September 30, 1985
D. December 31, 1985
69. Claims on foreign countries held by U.S. offices and foreign branches of U.S.-chartered banks (1984-85)
70. Discount rates of foreign central banks
71. Foreign short-term interest rates
72. Index of weighted-average value of U.S. dollar
73. Foreign exchange rates

139
143
148
153
158
163
164
164
164
165

Part 2—Special Tables
74.
75.
76.
77.

78.
79.
80.

81.
82.

83.
84.
85.
86.

Statement of condition of Federal Reserve Banks, December 31, 1985
169
Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks
171
Banks and branches—Number in operation, December 31, 1985, by state
173
Banking offices in the United States—Number, and changes in number, December 31, 1985
A. Banks (head offices), by type
175
B. Branches, additional offices, and facilities, by type of bank
175
Changes in offices of commercial banks and nondeposit trust companies during 1985—Summary, by state ... 176
Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations (all commercial banks
and trust companies), by state
:
177
Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups
A. Summary totals and comparisons
188
B. Multibank and one-bank classifications—Summary
188
C. Details, by state
189
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state
196
Selected assets and liabilities of minority-owned banks, by size of bank, December 31, 1985
203
Assets of pension funds (1974-85)
A. Totals for private and public funds
204
B. Types held by private noninsured funds
204
C. Types held by state and local government retirement funds
204
Terms of consumer installment credit (1983-85)
205
Security credit reported by nonbank lenders subject to margin regulations, June 30, 1985
205
Detailed debit and credit balances at brokers carrying margin accounts, June 30, 1985
206
Commitments of life insurance companies for income-property mortgages (1983-85)
206




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

209
223

Part 4—Index to Tables
Index to tables




229

Part 1—Regular Tables




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

1982

Item

Q2

Ql

1983
Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

04

2

1
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions
Total3
Required .
Nonboirowed
.
Monetary base*

4.6
4.0
-5.5

7.5

Concepts of money, liquid assets, and debts5
6
7
8
9

8.6
95

M2
M3 . . . .
L
Debt

4.0
3,7
10.4

7.2

3.0

5.8
9.0

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 time9
17 Large-denomination time10'11

9.4

11.2

103
10,3
12.2
11 0

9.4
8.7

95

9.4

10.0
10.4

8.5
179

10.0
13.9

7.6
5.6

23.7
25.7

-5
19.7

1.3
13.7

9.8

13.1
-2.6
-2.2

-45.7
-44.2
-48.5

-137
-21.4
-165

18.5

,3
13.6

16.6

12.4
12.6

11.2
11.4

14.2

9.8

8.5

6.1
5.8
6.5
9.6

206

10.0

8.7

14.1
13.1
17.1

9.8
8.9
8,9
9.6

71

9,3
9.5
8.0

10.4
11.9

Nontransaction components
10 M26
„
11 M3 only7 ,

Debt components
18 Federal
19 Nonfederal

1.2
1.8
4.3
6.3

134

9.9

6.9

71

83

8.4
9.8

94
9.2

12.0

11.3

10.6

6.2

28

13.9

8.8
142

-7.1

9.3
.2
4
70

-98
18.5

27

60

1.3
3.9

-77

18.6

13.3

24.2

-33.8
-496
-9.0

-1.0
-15 7
57.1

72.9

14.8

11.4

7.2

7.2

15.8

23.1

23.2

21.0

20.9

9.5

14,7
10.3

88

88

78

93

11.0

125

3.0
7

..

-2.5

6.9

7,2

6.2
6.9

5.7

7.6

1984

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

7.6
5,2
9,0
9.5

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

Q2
8.6
8.5
10.8

6.8

Q3
7.4
7.2
-44.6

6.9

4.1
6.6
9.5

11.5
13.1

12.7
13.6

11.8
13.4

75
19.9

24.3

21.2

-11 0
11.3

-5 8

-7,4
14 1
49.6

-1 6

Debt comfionents
18 Federal .
19 Nonfederal
..
20 Total loans and securities at commercial banks12

Nontransat:tion components
10 M26
.
11 M3 only7

Thrift institutions
15 Savings8 . .
,
16 Small-denomination time9 11
17 Large-denomination time10*

3.8
3.0
30.7

4.6
4.5
9.7

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

17,4
16.9
57.3

122

16.4
17.1
18,2

12.1
11.1

9,7

99
8.1

14.5

10.6

8.8

12.3
14 1

7.5

10.1
11.7
10.2

105
6.3

14.1

13.7

12.1

12.9

14,4

11.3
13.6

12 2

50

8.0
.8

46
7.7

-8.0
14.5
21.2

-107

58

7.6

-5.2
19.3
40.8

-2.7

52.3

15,3
12,3

12.6
13.9

11.9

11.0

7.2
9.6

Time and savings deposits at commercial banks
12 Savings8
13 Small-denomination time9 11
14 Large-denomination time10'

04

10.5

61

,

-7.7
17 1
58.7

1985

67
7.5
107




.8
.3
3.1
7.8

22.4

20 Total loans and securities at commercial banks12

5
6
7
8
9

6.3
6.3
2.1
8.1

9.2

78

9.0

19,7

100

7.4

9.7

8.1

10.8

167

9.7

4.3

.3
2.7
1,4

55

6.0

2.5

9.6
7.8
8.0

6.0
6.4
9.4

2.1
6.9

-3.3
-2.2

32
-1.6
12.8

4.0
10

5.3

12.8
-2.8
-1.0

7.5
-29
5.1

-1 0

25.3

31
17.1

15.5
12,8

16.1
13.5

15.3
13.2

12.6
12.0

14.6
12.3

15.1
14.1

9.6

10.3

10.0

9.4

9.6

9.4

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 1 July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

| Nov. | Dec.

1982
2

1
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions
Total3
Required
Nonborrowed
Monetary base4

5
6
7
g
9

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

Nontransaction components
10 M26
11 M3 only7

96
5.9
-21.9
91

20.7
13.0
13.7
14.8

9.0

-.4
3.9
-9.6

4.3

— 3
-2.5
11.8

29

2.3
4.7
9.7
8.8

1.1
6.9
90
8.2
7.5

-7.0

7.3
4.1

18.3

7.1

1.1
9.1

10.8
10.1
8.8
8.3

21.9
22.2
18.6
7.9

8.9
5.5
8.4
10,4

2.4
8.1
9.8
10.2
8.2

13.6
11.7
11.9

15.5
10,2

9.4
9.4

10.3

21.5
9.4
10.9
12.1
9.1

15.5
8.7
6.1
6.0
9.1

7.3
9.2
3.7
7.3
10.4

9.2
8.1

10.0
6.3

11.1
12.9

8.5
6.6

5.6
16.8

6,5
=3.8

9.9
-17.9

-1.5
1.9
17.0

-3.8
20.0
15.0

8.3
7.8

9.0
6.2

21.7
-7.7
8.9

22.0
-.9
-4.9

-20.2
-18,9
-32.5

1.9
3,5
16.2

-3.9
7.2
12.0

.0
9.9

19.6

36.5
-13.2
27.1

28.6
-4.2
39.7

-21.8
-25.4
3.7

22.4
10.3

3.9
-4.2
13.5
4.8

7.8

.3
8.2
7.8
9.5
8.5

.8
7.1
9.4
9.1
7.7

7.3

10.8

1.4
4.9
6.0

10.2

8.0
11.7
10.2

9.8
9.9

15.3
13.0

2.5
4.4
-3.5
8.1

-1.9

9.5
7.2

166

5.3

8,8

14.8

75

26.4

4.5
6.9

-4.5
20.6
17.7

-1.5
22.9
9.9

20,8
20,6

-7.0

-8 3

-.7

27 5

14.5

10.2

16.0

11.0

10.6

10.7

7.9

10.2
7.0

15,1
6.5

19.6

24.8

7.1

6.9

6.6

19.6
6.4

22,0
5.8

31.5
4.9

10.7

80

10.1

7.8

6.3

7.2

7.6

6.9

9.3

1.7

8.5

3.4
3.4

1,5
1.5
7.7

.4
.4
12,1
7.1

-2.6
-2.6
-12.3
7.3

10.1
.1
5.5
6.6

11.1
1.8
9.0
7.0
11.3

3.9
7.2
12.3
11.4
10.7

3,4
5.5
8.0
13,7
12,6

12.0
-2.9

8.2
34,8

6.1
18.8

10.5

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

15.0

Debt components
15 Savings"
16 Small-denomination time^ 11 . . . . .
17 Large-denomination time10'
Debt components
18 Federal
19 Nonfederal

15 5
-6.6
24 4

15.0

7.6

20 Total loans and securities at
commercial banks'2

82

8.4
304

7.1

8.3

6.7

1.5

5.5

6.1

.0
17.2
1.8
-.7

4.2

5.4
5.8

=4,9
7.1

2.0

1983
Reserves of depository institutions2
1 Total3
2 Required
3 Nonborrowed 4
4 Monetary base . . . . . .
....

5
6
7
8
9

Concepts of money, liquid assets,
and debts3
Ml
M2
M3
L
Debt

-11 3
-13,2
-8 8

6.4

9.3

33.5
16.6
15.7

9.2

19.6
19.6
18.0
12.8

196

13.7
22.5
14.0
12.2

14.2

19.6
13 4
12.7

9.9
8,3
9.1

9.8
9.8
6.8
8.3

4.6
4.6
9.4
8.8

15.1
15.1
8.0
11.1

4.3
4.3
-1.5
6.6

9.0
9.7
9.4

15.4

9.4
7.7
7.6
9.6

8.8
7.8
10.3
9.4
13.1

2.0
7.0
8.2
2.2
12.9

7.8

10.3

11.4
10.9

-4.8

5.5

10.9

7.0
5.3
6.4
8.0

5.3
7.0
9.0
8.1

10.5

11.2

Nontransaction components
10 M26
1 1 M3 only7

41.4
-50.6

25.3
-22.5

8.5
1.3

10.0

8.1

7.2
.0

7.2
21.7

5.4
13.4

4.7

7.6

11.5

17.6

Time and savings deposits
at commercial banks
12 Savings8
13 Small-denomination time9 11
14 Large-denomination time10-

-946
-75.4
-79.7

-51.7
-55.9
-56.9

-17 5
-35.3
-31.4

-9.3
-15.3
-2.1

-10.3
-20.7

1.7

5.1
-.4
19.9

9.4
16.0
-15.4

-6.9
15.0
12.9

15.9

3.2

7.9
21.1
-11.1

3.1
20.4
15.0

3.3
13.1
7.9

-74.8
-869
-54 7

-31.6
-61.1
-1.9

-6.1
-26 8
44 0

-1.5
75 7

-9.5
66.0

6.7
-1.8
46.1

1.3
11.0
79.3

-4.0
14.2
74.4

= 9.4
14.3
74.2

-4.7
17,6
63.3

-10.2
21.6
31.3

=12.3
13.1
34.2

25.4

19.5

15.7

7.8

28.5
8.7

22.8
10.1

13.8

16.7

8.5

9.6

16.1
9.9

12.7
10.1

10.1
13.3

10.3

9.7

8.2

12.3

10.8

12.1

9.1

14.1

13.9

10.9

Debt components
15 Savings8
16 Small-denomination time^ 11
17 Large-denomination time10'
Debt components
18 Federal
19 Nonfederal
20 Total loans and securities at
commercial banks12




.

20.8
....

16.2

10.2

5.2

6.2

5.6

6.2

7.5

3.4

9.6

9.5

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

Jan.

| Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

July | Aug.

June

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1984
Reserves of depository institutions2
1 Total3 , . . . , . , , /
2 Required
3 Nonborrowed 4
4 Monetary base . . . . „

7.3
5.6
95
13,0

24.3
3.6
276
9,9

-2.4
5.3
-9.5
5.4

-1.5
5.6
-8.4
4.9

13.8
11.1
-47.5
7.0

18.4
12.9
82.2
11.9

2.0
7.3
15 0
4.7

7.4
5.1
29
6.1

62
-4.4
-1 7
4,4

-4.0
-3.8
-18.1
1.0

6,0
13,9
174
7.6

9.2
14.5
25 6
8.2

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

8.2
74
8.4
9.8
13 7

5.9
89
10.8
10.2
13 3

7.2
6.3
10.5
13.9
12.6

5.6
8.2
10.9
12.5
13.8

6.9
7.4
10.8
12.5
14.2

8.9
6.4
9,6
2.5
12.8

-.2
4.8
10.4
12.4
13.7

2.9
75
7.0
9.1
13,5

7.5
94
9,6
12.2
11 8

2,4
7.1
10.2
8.1
13,3

10.0
128
12.1
8.6
6.3

9,3
13 0
12,5
11.4
15 9

Nontransaction components
10 M26
11 M3 only7

72
12.7

99
18.8

6.0
28.4

9.0
22.3

7.6
24.6

5.6
22.8

6,0
32.9

9.0
4.9

100
10.0

10.1
22.3

13.7
9.2

14 1
10.7

Time and savings deposits
at commercial banks
12 Savings8
13 Small-denomination time9 11
14 Large-denomination time10*

-17 1
9.9
110

91
9.2
31

5.5
6.4
11.9

6.4
7.4
19 0

-4.6
11.3
29 8

-4.6
12.9
30 6

-9.3
15.7
21 6

-113
16.4
99

95
12.1
12 2

-12,4
5.0
209

-97
5.3
-1 8

-97
6.5
41

Thrift institutions
15 Savings8 .
9
16 Small -denomination time10 11
17 Large-denomination time *

-76
14.7
546

-56
13.1
602

2.1
7.6
44.3

_,7
8.6
511

-42
10,1
50 0

-2.1
15.3
49 9

-10.6
19.3
50 7

-3.6
25.4
29 2

7
21.1
-1 7

-4.3
16.8
34.6

-3.6
11.2
31 9

22
8.2
29 5

Debt components
18 Federal
19 Nonfederal

18 7
12.3

21 3
10.9

8.3
13.9

11.3
14.6

15.2
13.8

10,0
13.6

16.4
12.9

20 5
11.5

11 9
11.7

13.5
13.3

20.4
15.1

17 7
15.3

20 Total loans and securities at
commercial banks12

112

13 3

10.1

11.1

12.4

6,8

10.6

92

98

9.9

120

98

24.8
22.3
82.2
12 2

12,2
13.9
15.0
67

16,5
177
2.9
12 2

8.7
13.5
-1.7
70

8,0
1.6
-18.1
5.9

20.0
15.4
17.4
10.2

21.9
18 8
25.6
84

5
6
7
8
9

1985
1
2
3
4

Reserves of depository institutions2
Total3 . . I . . . . . . .
Required
Nonborrowed
Monetary base*

17.0
20 8
9.5
19 3

24.1
19 7
27.6
10 6

1.1
5.4
-9.5
5.0

7.1
8.1
-8.4
4.2

18.1
16.4
-47.5
10.5

5
6
7
8
9

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

95
13 2
10 8
8.6
13 4

13 6
110
81
10.5
11 3

6.1
38
51
8.0
11.2

7.3
25
21
1.9
12.3

14.2
86
70
6.0
12.5

17.3
13 3
11 0
19.3
12,4

10,8
83
59
6.1
13 1

17 3
93
74
9.3
13 0

13 3
67
80
9.5
12 1

5.1
42
51
6.5
12.3

11 5
58
57
12.1
15 8

12 6
70
71
11.2
21 8

14 4
14

10 1
-31

3.0
10.2

1.1
.8

6.9
,8

12.0
1.9

7.5
-3.5

6,8
-2

47
13 0

3.9
8.7

4.0
5,0

5.2
72

-2.0
-4.0
3.2

-4.9
.6
20.0

-7.9
5.9
18,3

9.0
1.9
-13.2

8.9
-.3
-8.9

7.9
-2.8
-14.8

7.8
-10.2
18.2

2.9
-2.2
19.7

3.9
-2.2
8.4

3.9
.6
10.5

-3.9
6.0
10.4

Nontransaction components
10 M26 . . .
1 1 M3 only7
Time and savings deposits
at commercial banks
12 Savings8
9
13 Small-denomination time10 11
14 Large-denomination time *

-4.9
-2.9
-2.7

Thrift institutions
15 Savings8
16 Small-denomination time9 11
17 Large-denomination time1***

2.9
19
192

5.0
-22
39

2.1
-1.2
-3.1

.0
1.9
11

6.4
3.1
16,4

13.4
1.9
-2.3

16.1
-3.1
-85

15.2
-9,1
-16

2.1
-46
78

10.9
-4.6
6.2

7,4
.0
23

.7
6.1
85

Debt comtionents
18 Federal
19 Nonfederal

15 4
12.8

12 7
10.9

8.6
11.9

12.0
12.4

15.8
11.5

14.4
11.8

16.7
12.0

13.9
12.8

79
13.3

8.9
13.4

24.1
13.3

29.1
19.6

9.3

10.4

8.7

6.7

12.8

10.8

9.0

7.7

8.7

5.4

13.3

15.6

20 Total bans and securities at
commercial banks12




2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1985
A, Monthly averages
Millions of dollars

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

182,763

180,077

182,130

187,124

189,001

188,651

159,619
158,152
1,467
8,526
8,389
137
0
1,567
1,203
11,848

157,221
155,848
1,373
8,565
8,378
187

164,467
163,690
777
8,454
8,372
82

1,278
1,248
11,765

159,896
159,737
159
8,386
8,372
14
0
1,646
540
11,662

1,316
503
12,384

166,708
165,365
1 343
8461
8,365
96
0
1,178
587
12067

166,584
166,451
133
8,325
8,321
4
0
1,227
600
11 915

11,095
4,618
16,453

11,094
4,618
16,501

11,093
4,618
16,565

11,093
4,618
16,635

11,091
4 618
16,6%

11,090
4,618
16,749

180,036
526

178,273
550

179,085
549

180,972
575

183,019
600

185,414
5%

3,875
219
1,961
479

4,344
223
1,717
533

3,804
229
1,647
628

6,711
218
1,556
427

6,591
227
1 549
603

2,874
229
1,657
470

6,200
21,634

6,061
20,589

6,099
22,367

6,424
22,587

6310
22,508

6,301
23,568

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oc,

Nov.

Dec.

191,521

190,759

194,350

193,817

196,936

203,644

168,803
168,183
620
8,448
8,302
146
0
1,180
703
12,387

168,440
165,378
62
8 249
8,238
11
0
1 109
488
12,473

171,246
170,503
743
8428
8,227
201
0
1 283
779
12 614

170,018
170,018
0
8227
8,227

o

0
1 140
669
13 763

171,234
170943
291
8 362
8,227
135
0
1 920
1,203
14217

178,242
177,120
1,122
8 661
8,227
434
0
1,107
1,176
14458

11,090
4,618
16,794

Factor

11,090
4,618
16,843

11,090
4,618
16,892

11,090
4,692
16,943

11,090
4,718
16,994

11,090
4,718
17,037

187,579
577

187,859
552

188,364
546

189,053
543

191,3%
553

195,367
557

3,918
228
1,660
367

2,925
204
1,661
485

4,275
235
1,607
466

3,006
214
1,738
446

2,925
242
1,795
574

3 499
262
2,024
488

6,243
23,451

6,238
23,386

6,274
25,183

6,270
25,272

6,339
25,914

6,410
27,882

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit
1

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

. ..

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

o

o

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

,

...

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital 3
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit
1

2 U.S, government securities
3 Bought outright
..
4 Held under repurchase agreements
5 Federal agency obligations
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 reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury .
18 Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments
20 Other . . .
..
.
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital 3
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks




..

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1985—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures
Millions of dollars; Wednesday dates

Jan. 2

Factor

Jan. 9

Jan. 16

Jan. 23

Jan. 30

Feb. 6

Feb. 13

Feb. 20

Feb. 27

180,318

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
189,291

186,493

183,752

179,274

179,901

180,153

179,550

179,690

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

162,978
159,641
3,337
8,869
8,389
480
0
3,537
2050
11,857

163,043
161,033
2,010
8,537
8,389
148
0
2,062
1,203
11,647

161,411
158,645
2,766
8,640
8,389
251
0
1,200
664
11,836

156,368
156,368
0
8,389
8,389
0
0
784
1,606
12,127

157,296
156,858
438
8,440
8,389
51
0
1,167
877
12,122

156,272
155,135
1,137
8,515
8,389
126
0
1,642
1,460
12,265

156,656
155,694
962
8,692
8,382
310
0
1,095
720
12,387

157 641 157,589
154,608 157,589
o
3 033
8628
8,372
8,372
8,372
o
256
0
o
994
1,354
959
1 624
1 1 ,468 11,380

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

11 096
4,618
16,418

11,096
4,618
16,434

11,095
4,618
16,448

11,095
4,618
16,462

11,095
4,618
16,474

11,095
4,618
16,478

11 094
4,618
16,492

11 094
4 618
16,506

11 094
4,618
16,520

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

183,904
513

182,785
518

180,592
524

178,689
528

177,310
534

177,657
538

178,479
549

178,700
556

178,134
555

4033
255
1,878
563

3,490
218
1,901
429

3,463
211
1,884
420

3,300
223
2,074
387

4,946
212
1,612
574

5,015
203
1,982
653

4,797
210
1,590
521

3 819
236
1,886
508

4038
229
1,693
466

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital 3 . . . .
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks . . .

6,284
23,995

6,161
23,137

6,319
22,500

6,222
20,027

6,166
20,734

6,040
20,257

6,008
19,599

6,026
20,176

6,182
21,253

Mar. 6

Mar. 13

Mar. 20

Mar. 27

Apr. 3

Apr. 10

Apr. 17

Apr. 24

May 1

182,198

181,497

182,192

181,141

183,594

184,621

186,787

186,177

195,039

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

160037
159,679
358
8,426
8 372
54
0
1,691
811
11,234

159,115
159,115

159 736
159,736
0
8,372
8,372
0
0
897
240
11,896

160,520
160,186
334
8,393
8,372
21
0
1,687
541
12,453

161,541
161,541

1,863
813
12,032

164 225
164,225
0
8,372
8,372
0
0
1,198
542
12,450

163 900
163,900
0
8,372
8 372
0
0
1,118
608
12,179

171 950
167,089
4,861
8,806
8,372
434

2,038
506
11,466

159,983
159,614
369
8,415
8,372
43
0
1,681
318
11,794

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

11,093
4618
16,533

11,093
4,618
16,550

11,093
4,618
16,568

11,093
4,618
16,586

11,093
4,618
16,604

11,093
4,618
16,618

11,093
4,618
16,631

11,092
4618
16,645

11,091
4,618
16,662

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

178,553
538

179,430
549

179,306
552

178,860
554

179,570
558

181,334
569

181,698
570

180,816
580

180,480
587

3 364
253
1,715
520

4,061
207
1,993
440

3,818
254
1,577
1,205

4,280
205
1,538
473

2,981
251
1,649
398

4,189
191
1,568
364

3,720
231
1,587
653

6,016
204
1,543
371

16,463
222
1,576
302

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital 3 . . . .
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks . . .

5,849
23,652

5,907
21,171

6,101
21,658

6,262
21,266

6,572
23,930

6,514
22,221

6,186
24,484

6,407
22,596

6,488
21,293

1 Reserve Bank credit

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

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

1

o

8,372
8,372
0

o

o

8,372
8,372
0

o

o

1,272
73
12,937

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS




2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1985—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures—Continued
Millions of dollars; Wednesday dates
May8

Factor

May 15

May 22

May 29

June 5

June 12

June 19

June 26

July3

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
195,592

188,009

186,050

185,768

187,266

188,845

188,490

188,052

191,341

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

172,581
168,164
4,417
8,714
8,371

164,869
164,869

164,355
164,355

164,223
164,223

165,262
164,694

166,676
166,676

166,052
166,052

166,709
166,709

168,363
167 821

8 364
8,364

0
0

8,363
8,363

8,382
8,363

8,337
8,337

8,303
8,303

8 443
8,303

634
696

1,393

1,474

1,174

589

591

496

1,861

0
0
819

8,303
8,303

343

8,363
8,363

12,967

12,793

11,267

11,512

11,617

1,055
11,958

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

11,091
4,618
16,675

11,091
4,618
16,687

11,091
4,618
16,701

11,091
4,618
16,715

11,091
4,618
16,728

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

181 916

182900

183,037

183 966

184,906

600

602

601

602

597

597

12,557

6,883

3,138

3,245

2,077

226

2,400

233

1,503
542

1,516
647

1,618
784

1,507
487

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . . . .
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3 . . .

6,383
24,259

6,290
21,328

6,328
22,722

July 10

July 17

192,638
169,605
168,703

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

o

0

0

0
0

0

0
0

568
19
0

144

0

0

0
0

0

0

542

o

140
Q

798

735
314

1,598

11,910

11,991

12 221

11,091
4,618
16,739

11,090
4,618
16,750

11,090
4,618
16,761

11,090
4 618
16,771

185,548

185,640

185,139

186 577

1,427

716

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

597

219

594

586

2,514

211

3,754

240

210

1,494
541

1,669
426

1,768
622

1,608
400

1,670
335

6,258
21,902

6,254
23,290

6,275
24,490

6,357
23,211

6,307
22,508

6,291
23,673

July 24

July 31

Aug. 7

Aug. 14

Aug. 21

Aug. 28

Sept. 4

193,595

190,640

189,176

190,535

191,539

190,147

189,887

193,890

170,858
169,555
1,303
8,546
8,303

168,347
168,347

166,630
166,630

167,740
167,740

168,361
168,361

168,551
168,551

168,429
168,154

170,774
170,124

8,303
8,303

8,296
8,296

8,244
8,244

8,227
8,227

8,278
8,227

8,581
8 227

241

217

4,409

279

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit
1

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

902

8,566
8,303

0

0

0

8,257
8,257

0

0

275

650

1,396

1,171

1,144

662

0
0
884
658

1,079

1,0%

1,692

12,237

12,357

12,448

12,679

13,114

13,219

11,631

11,935

12,261

11,090
4618
16,781

11,090
4618
16,791

11,090
4,618
16,801

11,090
4 618
16,811

11,090
4,618
16,819

11,090
4,618
16,833

11,090
4618
16,847

11,090
4,618
16,860

11,090
4618
16 870

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

188,693

188 057

187,037

574

186 560

187,683

188,337

577

187 902

187,243

188 755

4,544

3,219

3,582

3,725

3,032

204

2,798

3,182

240

209

202

2,436

3,339

1,563
309

1,641
513

1,845
353

1,723
298

1,617
510

1,607
413

1,650
661

1,654
394

1,649
410

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . . . .
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3 . . .

6,220
22,970

6,297
25,588

6,214
23,303

6,211
22,399

6,429
23,270

6,216
23,712

6,165
22,389

6,150
23,829

6,241
25,305

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

263
0
834

243
0

0
0
950
620

0
0
835
589

0
0
572

0
0

659

51
0
148

354
0
582

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS




580

247

203

574

556

200

553

550

550

198

547

223

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1985—Continued
B. Weekly averages of daily figures—Continued
Millions of dollars; Wednesday dates
Sept. 11

Sept. 18

Sept. 25

Oct. 2 | Oct. 9

Oct. 16

Oct. 23

Oct. 30

193,579

192,973

1%,331

193,635

193,344

193,731

195,568

193,075

170,965
170 332
633
8 364
8,227
137
0
1,091
784
12,375

170,589
170,589
0
8,227
8,227
0
0
1,079
396
12,683

173,146
171,243
1,903
8,598
8,227
371

169,759
169,759
0
8 227
8,227
0
0
1,349
855
13,154

170,667
170 667
0
8 227
8 227
0
0
935
500
13 402

171,140
171 140
0
8 227
8227
0

168,755
168 755

1,262
468
12,856

169,819
169,819
0
8,227
8,227
0
0
1,440
1,310
12,839

1 301
869
14031

1,025
566
14 502

11,090
4,618
16,884

11,090
4,618
16,898

11,090
4,618
16,912

11,090
4,618
16,926

11,090
4,632
16,940

11,090
4,718
16,938

11,090
4718
16,950

11,090
4718
16,962

189,370
545

188,677
546

187,527
546

187,478
545

188,758
541

189 784
541

189 401
544

188 520
544

3 790
215
1 583
426

3,354
215
1,610
586

6,601
221
1,670
446

3,672
306
1,614
447

2 909
227
1,589
412

2 945
203
1 832
545

3 650
193
1 809
441

2 664
203
1 671
375

6,349
23 894

6,269
24,322

6,239
25 700

6,272
25 935

6,417
25 152

6,226
24 400

6233
26056

6,170
25 697

Nov. 6

Nov. 13

Nov. 20

Nov. 27 1 Dec. 4

Dec. 11

Dec. 18

Dec. 25

195,109

198,178

196,468

198,854

199,327

201,454

203,121 204,641

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

170,611
170 611
0
8 227
8,227
0
0
1 125
369
14777

172,407
172,180
227
8,476
8,227
249
0
791
1,471
15,033

171,242
170,222
1,020
8,556
8,227
329
0
1,565
1,494
13,610

171,384
171,384
0
8,227
8,227
0
0
4,282
1,287
13,674

173,638
171,397
2,241
8 811
8,227
584
0
1 573
1,244
14,061

176,785
176 574
211
8 310
8,227
83
0
681
1,536
14 143

178,203
177 874
329
8 325
8,227
98
0
1 001
1,137
14454

178,911
177,887
1,024
8 703
8,227
476

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

11 090
4,718
16,973

11,090
4,718
16,997

11,090
4,718
17,009

11 090
4,718
17,020

11 090
4,718
17,028

11 090
4,718
17036

11 090
4,718
17,043

Factor
SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit
1

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

,.
,

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

o

o

o

8 227
8 227

o
o

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation .
. ...
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserve balances, 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 balances with Federal Reserve Banks3

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

1

1 1 ,090
4,718
16,985

o

948
1,390
14,689

AssoRBrNG RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency iii circulation
.
16 Treasury c^sh holdings
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17
Treasury
„
18 Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments
2 0 Other
.
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3




189,786
547

. . .

191,389
554

191,553
554

191,743
554

193,737
556

194,589
556

194 747
560

195,944
557

3,107
236
1,683
624

3,064
229
1,714
473

3,008
231
1,718
667

2,587
246
1,729
518

2,258
318
2,155
554

2,565
245
1,810
438

3,776
254
2,284
530

3,577
251
2,054
449

6,366
25 539

6,343
27,207

6,267
25,274

6,390
27 903

6,484
26 093

6 526
27 562

6331
27 484

6,334
28 326

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1985—Continued
C. Wednesday figures
Millions of dollars
Factor

Jan. 2

Jan. 9

Jan. 16

Jan. 23

Jan. 30

Feb. 6

Feb. 13 Feb. 20 Feb. 27

Mar. 6

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit

195,169 182,282 185,645 178,913 179,161 180,050 182,424 182,216 178,271 182,305

2 U.S. government securities1
165,965
158,616
3 Bought outright
.
7,349
4
Held under repurchase agreements
....
5 Federal agency obligations
9,099
8,389
6
Bought outright
710
7
Held under repurchase agreements . ,
8 Acceptances
6,347
9 Loans
1,775
10 Float
11 983
1 1 Other Federal Reserve assets

160,714
160,187

527
8,485
8,389

163,153 156,030 155,418 155,562 157,651 158,072 155,501 160,235
158,733 156,030 155,418 155,562 157,651 154,743 155,501 160,215
0
0
0
0
0
4,420
3,329
0
8,644
8,372
8,389
8,676
8,372
8,389
8,389
8,372
8,372
8,389
8,372
8,389
8,389
8,389
8,372
8 372
1,125

-91

584

0
0
764

1,910
1,120
12,324

1,055
2,645
12,399

1,613
2,189
12599

1,168
2,885
11,415

791

12 139

1,661
12,069

588

11,737

11,871

11 398

11,096
4,618
16,432

11,096
4,618
16,446

11,095
4,618
16,460

11,095
4,618
16,474

11,095
4,618
16,476

11,095
4,618
16,490

11,094
4,618
16,504

11,094
4,618
16,518

11,093
4,618
16,532

11,093
4,618
16,548

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

184 119

178 161

177,291

178,112 178 779 178 934 178 130

179091

1,126
745

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . .
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3 . .

6,219
31,289

o

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

96

o

1,437

255
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

304

o

0
0

1,939

0
0

1,509

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
181,904

179 800

513

525

527

534

3,057

4,195

3,331

4,399

198

224

238

1,146
393

1,143
421

1,158
366

6,134
19,896

6,208
26,190

5,972
20,286

Mar. 13 Mar. 20 Mar. 27

Apr 3

247

249

535

545

556

555

557

5,618

3,974

268

3,916

3,099

4,002

211

223

199

1,157
650

1,164
597

1,164
479

1,213
473

1,213
452

1,226
433

5,956
22,560

5,840
20,166

5,860
23,559

5,926
23,185

5,963
20,877

5,741
23,322

May 1

May8

May 15

2,963

Apr. 10 Apr. 17 Apr. 24

244

549

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

186,424 180,792 180,313 180,969 186,866 187,676 189,571 200,338 192,684 186,438
160 156
160,156

158 869
158,869

8,372
8,372

8,372
8,372

0

o

0

158 841 162407 164,439 166717 176 635 169 801
158,841 162,407 164,439 166,717 165,909 167,660
0
0 10,726
0
0
2,141
8,372
8,372
8 372
8,372
8,372
8,953
8,585
8,372
8,372
8,372
8,372
8,372
8,371
8,371

159 169
159,169

0

219

0
0
385
274

0
0
824
789

11,867

12,113

11 093
4,618
16,565

11,093
4,618
16,583

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

179,566

179,189

21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . .
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3 . .

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

0

0
0

5,840

1,465

359

11,697

164212
164 212

0

8 363
8,363

o

0
0

0
0

0
0

582
0

3,467

1,270

1,480

1,288

368

214
0
427
720

12,143

12,343

13,497

12,586

13,094

13,151

11 636

11 093
4,618
16602

11,093
4,618
16,616

11,093
4,618
16,630

11,093
4,618
16,643

11,091
4,618
16,657

11,091
4,618
16,673

11 091
4,618
16,685

11 091
4,618
16699

179 015

180,498

277

98

416

0
1 484

743

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

10




552

554

554

569

181,841 181,488

569

579

2,177

4,284

180 545 181 112 182,591 183 114

586

593

598

602

8 868

19660

7 526

3 414

3,698

3,623

4204

1,226
411

1,224
721

1,224
439

1,359
402

1,359
321

1,326
824

1,326
315

1,302
366

1,303
504

1,326
1 469

5,934
27,082

5,894
21,671

6,101
20,873

6,352
21,241

6,081
26,632

6,071
25,254

6,229
23,889

6,358
23,152

6,186
26,104

6,123
22,480

232

211

216

2683

192

227

205

180

178

267

319

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1985—Continued
C. Wednesday figures—Continued
Millions of dollars
May 22

May 29 | June 5

June 12

June 19

June 26

July 3

July 10

190,176

186,578

189,908

188,647

190,224

188,027

192,624

191,346

164,262
164,262

164 714
164,714
0
8,363
8,363
0
0
1,419
162
11 920

165,240
164,066
1,174
8,373
8,363
10
0
3,549
774
11,972

166,816
166,816

165 431
165,431

166 282
166 282

167 096
167096

168 474
167 739

8,303
8,303

8,303
8 303

8,303
8 303

8,303
8 303

8,503
8 303

4,769
1,336
11 446

4,059

200
0
627

11 879

12 167

12275

12 216

1 049
12693

11,091
4,618
16,713

11,091
4,618
16 726

11,091
4,618
16,737

11,090
4,618
16,748

11,090
4,618
16 759

11 090
4,618
16 770

11,090
4,618
16780

11 090
4,618
16 790

183,325

184,853
602

185,233
598

185,818

185,478

185,414

188,375

188,774

1,975
211
1,337
444

1,778

3,541

472

3,853
223
1 336
530

1,422

1 423

6,119
27,431

6,086
21,531

6,091
26,466

6,067
24,783

6,186
24,734

July 17

July 24 | July 31

Aug. 7

194,850

Factor

189,160

190,923

169 595
169,595

12,429

166 394
166,394
0
8,303
8,303
0
0
915
1,018
12,530

11,090
4,618
16 800

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit
2 U S government securities1
3 Bought outright
4 Held under repurchase agreements
5 Federal agency obligations
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

0

8,363
8,363

0
0

..

.

0

0
0
688
961

0

0
0

3,806

517

0

0
0
776
391

0

o
o

950

735

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation .
.
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Service -related balances and adjustments
20 Other
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital 3
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks

601
3,110

597

594

588

3 892

581

577

3,716

4733

1 348

1 348

1 361

6,144
22,527

6,091
24,501

6,008
21,849

Aug. 14

Aug. 21 Aug. 28

Sept, 4

190,800

194,358

190,009

191,952

196,782

167,095
167,095
0
8,257
8,257
0
0
1,567
-571
14,575

167 580
167,580

169 474
169,474

167 837
167,837

8,257
8,257

8,227
8,227

8 227
8,227

0
861
892

169 862 172 449
167,934 170,497
1 952
1 928
9,422
8,581
8,227
8,227
354
1 195

2,397

1,441

1,098

967

13,210

13,978

11 987

12,239

1,410
12,534

11,090
4,618
16 810

11,090
4,618
16,820

11,090
4,618
16,831

11,090
4,618
16,845

11,090
4,618
16 859

11,090
4,618
16,868

11,090
4,618
16 882

187,626

186,687
574

187,042
577

188,231

188,331

187,600

187,630

189,532

3,150

2,656
274
1,395
323

2,754

4,172

2,561

2,598

531

2,882
217
1 395
294

3,847

1 361

1,407

1 407

1 421

1,421

1 435

6065
27,861

6 031
23,597

6,325
24,858

6,007
22,619

6,024
27,284

5 987
22,235

5,994
25,763

6,111
28,538

213

1,327

207

432

168

567

243
349

195

304

213
329

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
1 Reserve Bank credit
1

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

0

8,303
8,303

0
0

4,128

395

o
o

0
0
0

282

0
0

o

517

0

172

o

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation .
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
19 Service-related balances and adjustments
20 Other .
.
21 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital 3
22 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks




574

189

551

259

418

550
215
346

550

198

413

548
188

423

545

185

428

11

2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1985—Continued
C. Wednesday figures—Continued
Millions of dollars
Sept. 11 | Sept. 18 Sept. 25

Factor

Oct. 2

Oct. 9 | Oct. 16 Oct. 23

Oct. 30

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS

1 Reserve Bank credit

197,749

192,816

198,919

193,605

197,822

194,398

198,249

186 296

7

173,904
169,474
4,430
9,184
8,227
957
0
1,381
550
12,730

169,976
169,976
0
8,227
8,227
0
0
1,190
720
12,703

174,646
170 800
3,846
8,852
8 227
625
0
2,121
225
13,075

169,831
169,831
0
8,227
8,227
0
0
1,067
1,329
13,151

171,801
171 801
0
8,227
8 227
0
0
3,926
360
13,508

170 238 172 215
170 238 172 215
0
o
8,227
8,227
8 227
8 227
0
o
0
0
887
2,355
1 500
1,018
14,434
13,546

161 902
161 902
0
8 227
8 227
0
0
1,092
355
14720

11,090
4,618
16,896

11,090
4,618
16,910

11 090
4,618
16924

11,090
4,618
16,938

11,090
4,718
16952

11 090
4,718
16948

11 090
4,718
16960

11 090
4718
16 971

Currency in circulation
..
Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
Treasury
Foreign
Service-related balances and adjustments . . .
Other

189,257
546

188,241
546

187 302
544

188,163
544

189 359
541

190 138
544

189 015
544

188 886
547

2,918
202
1,435
437

4,070
234
1,441
684

8,009
230
1,445
401

3,001
214
1,444
459

4,932
214
1,444
482

2,773
144
1 463
674

2,590
180
1,461
372

1,186
221
1 468
177

?1 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital
77 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3 ,

6,192
29,366

6,078
24,140

6,073
27 546

6,162
26,264

6,159
27 450

6,107
25 311

6,063
30 793

5964
20426

Nov. 6 | Nov. 13 Nov. 20

Nov. 27

Dec. 4 1 Dec. 11 Dec. 18

Dee. 25

199,092

201,217

191,810

192,701

210,853

205,123

207,752

204,384

172,377
172,377

172 282
172,282

167,889
167,889

8,227
8 227
0

8,227
8 227
0

2,446
940
15,102

758
4,653
15,297

163 594
163,594
0
8,227
8 227
0
0
4,682
1,527
13,780

924
1,848
13,813

182 177
175,149
7 028
9736
8 227
1,509
0
3,927
511
14,502

178 907 179 578
177 434 177,276
1 473
2 302
8 912
8 806
8 227
8 227
579
685
0
o
719
2293
2,177
1,942
14 514
15 027

177 710
177 730
0
8 227
8 227
0
0
1 362
2,219
14 846

11,090
4718
16,983

11,090
4718
16,995

11,090
4718
17,007

11,090
4 718
17,019

11,090
4718
17,027

11 090
4 718
17 035

11 090
4718
17 043

11 090
4718
17 043

IS Currency in circulation
....
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits, other than reserve balances, with
Federal Reserve Banks
17 Treasury
18 Foreign
1Q Service-related balances and adjustments . . .
70 Other

190,645
555

192,022
544

191 441
554

193,131
554

194 491
556

194 793
559

195 122
557

196 668
554

3,955
210
1,469
529

3 310
229
1,481
479

2 652
236
1 481
534

2,331
250
1,484
440

2293
320
1 483
449

1 629
260
1 497
472

3 351
303
1 498
487

3 2H6
209
1 491
413

71 Other Federal Reserve liabilities and capital . . .
77 Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks3 .

6,193
28,327

6,096
29 849

6,018
21 708

6,004
21 332

6462
37 634

6 190
32 566

6 168
33 117

6 185
28 229

^
4
5
6
7
K
Q
10
11

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

...

T> Gold stock
n Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding2
ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

1^
16
17
18
iq
70

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS

1 Reserve Bank credit
o U S government securities'
Bought outright
^
4 Held under repurchase agreements
S Federal agency obligations
....
6 Bought outright
7 Held under repurchase agreements
8 Acceptances
Q Loans . . . .
10 Float
11 Other Federal Reserve assets
17 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights certificate account
14 Treasury currency outstanding2

....

o

o

o

o

o

8,227
8,227
0

o

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS

12



2. Reserves of depository institutions and Reserve Bank credit, 1985—Continued
D. End-of-month figures
Millions of dollars

Jan.

Factor

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

| May June

July

| Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

| Nov.

Dec.

SUPPLYING RESERVE FUNDS
177,890 181,786 184,711 197,652 185,262 191,442 190,923 192,693 194,148 192,884 194,729 210,598

1 Reserve Bank credit
1

2 U.S. government securities . . . 154,555 159,632 160,983 173,913 164,245 169,110 167,095 170,109 169,702 168,705 169,168 181,327
3 Bought outright
154,555 157,124 160,983 166,460 164,245 169,110 167,095 170,109 169,702 168,705 169,168 177,798
4 Held under repurchase
0 2,508
0
0 7,453
0
0
0
0
agreements
0
0
3,529
8,372
8,903
8,363
8,257
8,227
8,389
8,752
8,303
8,227
5 Federal agency obligations . . . .
8,227
8,227
9,921
8,372
8,372
8,372
8,363
8,303
8,257
8,227
8,227
6 Bought outright
8,289
8,227
8,227
8,227
7 Held under repurchase
0
0
0
0
531
0
0
0
380
agreements
0
0
1 694
0
0
o
o
o
0
0
0
0
0
8 Acceptances
0
0
1,338
2,582
1,525
1,765
1,567
2,068
2,139
9 Loans
2,329
2,520
886
1,602
3,060
254
-816
298
-152
502
10 Float
-56
262 -571
69
335
909
988
11 Other Federal Reserve assets . . . 12,305 11,129 12,476 13,057 11,705 12,429 14,575 12,441 13,630 14,731 14,823 15,302
12 Gold stock
13 Special drawing rights
certificate account
14 Treasury currency
outstanding*

11 095

11 093

11 093

11,091

11,091

11 090

11,090

11,090

11 090

11 090

11 090

4,618

4,618

4,618

4,618

4,618

4,618

4,618

4,618

4,618

4,718

4,718

4,718

16,476

16,531

16,601

16,673

16,726

16,770

16,817

16,868

16,912

16,971

17,019

17,052

11 090

ABSORBING RESERVE FUNDS
15 Currency in circulation
16 Treasury cash holdings
Deposits other than
reserve balances, 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 balances with
Federal Reserve Banks3 . . .




177,569 178,416 179,210 180,858 184,691 185,886 187,040 188,548 187,325 189,490 193,463 197,465
554
586
602
535
557
588
577
548
546
547
556
550

5,349

3,308

3,063

253

19,305
348

1,933
205

3,288

2,656
274

3,656
223

4,174

310

535

1,528
268

2,294
340

9,351

1,164

1,226

1,359

1,302
324

1,337
557

1,348

1,395
323

1,435
389

1,444

1,469
372

1,483
598

1,490
1 041

244
560

332

461

347

321

497

480

5,964

5,863

6,600

6,652

6,242

6,291

6,325

6,240

6,530

6,339

6,475

5,940

18,694

23,866

25,638

20,660

22,131

25,888

24,858

24,230

25,718

25,650

22,347

27,141

13

3. Reserves and borrowings of depository institutions, 1985
A. Monthly averages1
Millions of dollars

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

21,577

20,416

22,065

23,217

22,385

23,367

2 Total vault cash3
3
Vault cash used to satisfy reserve requirements*
4
Surplus vault cash3

23,044
19,547
3,497

23,927
19,857
4,070

21,863
18,429
3,434

21,567
18,435
3,132

21,898
18,666
3,231

22,180
18,985
3,196

5 Total reserves6
...
6 Required reserves

41,125
40,380

40,273
39,370

40,494
39,728

41,652
40,914

41,051
40,247

45,352
41,447

745
1,395
62
1,050

903
1,289
71
803

766
1,593
88
1,059

738
1,323
135
868

804
1,334
165
534

905
1,205
151
665

Reserve classification
1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks2

...

....

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

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

23,503

23,415

24,972

25,431

26,385

27,620

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

22,530
19,300
3,230

22,839
19,548
3,291

22,465
19,475
2,990

22,724
20,038
2,686

22,457
19,997
2,460

22,956
20,522
2,434

5 Total reserves6
6 Required reserves

42,803
41,948

43,963
42,135

44,447
43,782

45,469
44,716

46,382
45,454

48,142
47,085

855
1,107
167
507

827
1,073
221
570

666
1,289
203
656

753
1,187
172
629

928
1,741
107
530

1,058
1,318
56
499

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks2

.

,

...

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. 2

Reserve classification

Jan. 16

Jan. 30

Feb. 13

Feb. 27

Mar. 13 Mar. 27

Apr. 12

Apr, 24

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks^

22,129

22,819

20,375

19,924

20,730

22,407

21,458

23,073

23,520

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

23,327
19,703
3,624

22,088
19,002
3,087

23,828
19,995
3,834

24,893
20,624
4,269

23,202
19,270
3,933

21,517
18,093
3,425

22,353
18,828
3,525

21,273
18,126
3,148

21,880
18,764
3,116

5 Total reserves6
6 Required reserves

41,832
40,625

41,820
41,187

40,374
39,590

40,548
39,537

40,003
39,198

40,500
39,719

40,286
39,477

41,199
40,642

42,284
41,400

1,207
2,691
81
2,038

634
1,631
58
1,371

785
976
63
593

1,012
1,369
60
988

806
1,174
81
603

782
1,865
69
1,224

810
1,289
98
839

557
1,775
121
1,295

884
1,158
131
766

May 8

May 22

June 5

June 19

July 3

July 17

July 31

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

2

...

Aug. 14 Aug. 28

...

22,751

22,031

22,610

23,861

23,084

24,256

22,840

23,468

23,102

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

21,326
18,181
3,145

22,356
19,068
3,289

21,692
18,472
3,220

21,688
18,724
2,964

23,049
19,550
3,480

22,019
19,043
2,977

22,935
19,505
3,431

22,829
19,550
3,280

23,052
19,689
3,363

5 Total reserves6
6 Required reserves

40,933
40,234

41,100
40,248

41,082
40,260

42,585
41,861

42,633
41,461

43,298
42,608

42,344
41,392

43,018
42,208

42,791
41,841

699
953
169
396

852
1,434
160
369

823
1,518
171
914

724
1,123
142
612

1,172
1,167
153
620

690
1,284
152
483

953
917
185
506

738
990
224
509

950
1,088
225
610

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks

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

...

Sept. 11 Sept. 25

Oct. 9

Oct. 23

Nov. 6

Nov. 20

Dec. 4

Dec. 18

1 Reserve balances with Reserve Banks2

24,630

25,034

25,553

25,232

25,643

26,242

27,029

27,503

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

21,887
18,880
3,008

22,705
19,766
2,939

23,067
19,971
3,097

22,831
20,294
2,538

22,151
19,667
2,484

22,528
20,117
2,412

22,543
20,028
2,515

22,464
20,199
2,265

5 Total reserves6
6 Required reserves

...

....

43,509
42,838

44,800
44,133

45,523
44,876

45,525
44,733

45,310
44,508

46,359
45,466

47,057
46,005

47,702
46,875

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

...

672
1,392
196
669

667
1,171
212
656

647
1,395
195
627

793
1,118
169
649

802
1,075
151
598

893
1,178
104
522

1,052
2,928
84
503

828
841
53
524

14



.

..

4. Federal funds and repurchase agreements of large member banks, 19851
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending Monday
Maturity and source

Jan. 7

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




Feb. 25

Mar. 4

63,965

60,571

56,740

60,129

61,359

61,529

58,363

60,758

28,694
6,264
26,337

27,149
7,290
26,087

27,503
8,643
28,150

29,148
8,335
28,217

30,114
7,484
28,931

29,116
8,404
30,655

27,655
9,055
32,282

25,753
8,973
32,281

8,298

8,652

7,475

7,644

8,178

8,472

8,468

8,633

8,140
5,847
8,528

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

Feb. 18

8,513

..

Feb. 11

8,254
7,475
8,599

8,072
7,503
9,588

7,315
7,038
7,776

7,010
6,936
8,241

7,200
7,534
8,605

6,981
7,507
8,998

7,715
7,772
8,707

8,068
7,600
9,010

29,603
6,390

29,034
6,763

28,434
5,952

28,285
6,535

29,652
6,871

25,935
6,087

28,678
6,137

26,410
6,117

26,738
6,883

Mar. 18

Mar. 25

Apr. 1

Apr. 8

Apr. 15

Apr. 22

Apr. 29

May 6

62,875

59,617

55,739

56,048

65,940

63,357

62,838

54,786

61,576

27,269
8,992
30,605

26,391
9,082
29,390

25,724
8,195
29,512

24,661
8,652
28,432

24,529
6,940
22,905

25,116
7,835
25,254

24,127
7,372
26,606

23,919
7,310
26,982

25,587
6,944
25,363

8,916

9,354

9,495

9,299

10,036

9,694

9,744

10,079

10,544

8,282
7,540
8,753

8,401
8,366
8,946

8,597
8,010
9,167

8,357
8,641
8,890

8,777
8,389
13,879

8,215
8,063
11,250

7,805
8,376
8,543

8,307
9,475
8,885

8,739
9,946
7,765

24,874
6,410

26,775
6,505

26,885
6,521

27,762
6,902

31,380
6,281

29,887
6,137

30,838
6,799

27,132
6,581

29,253
6,894

May 13

.

Feb. 4

Mar. 11

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

Jan. 28

27,539
5,796
26,963

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. 21

67,554

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. 14

May 20

May 27

June 3

June 10

June 17

June 24

July 1

JulyS

59,551

60,948

57,948

60,878

71,025

67,155

60,567

58,207

68,283

27,101
6,769
26,485

28,373
8,583
27,378

29,995
9,936
26,803

28,822
12,702
26,897

32,686
8,428
25,487

33,019
8,134
26,465

32,298
9,063
25,282

31,192
8,252
24,718

33,003
8,408
22,113

10,074

9,626

9,547

9,180

8,870

8,883

9,278

9,728

9,732

8,201
9,766
8,098

8,163
9,499
8,719

7,646
10,135
8,758

7,572
8,996
8,701

7,696
9,214
8,724

7,517
8,870
8,488

7,671
9,238
8,545

7,890
9,517
7,943

7,861
9,139
9,060

26,710
6,480

29,212
7,492

27,759
6,982

30,412
7,379

33,482
7,920

31,755
7,505

30,618
7,671

31,932
7,108

34,998
6,456

15

4. Federal funds and repurchase agreements of large member banks, 19851—Continued
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending Monday
Maturity and source
July 15
64,519

1
2
3
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

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 secunties 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




58,282

58,562

68,597

31,360
9,753
25,188

28,774
8,963
26,228

28,305
9,332
26,057

29,230
8,766
26,034

29,258
10,776
25,572

28,111
10,228
25,649

28,068
8,754
26,307

26,704
10,060
25,236

8,900

8,943

8,851

9,010

8,693

9,308

9,759

9,402

7,600
8,288
7,281

7,489
8,682
7,094

7,644
9,037
6,690

7,527
9,470
7,086

7,544
9,602
7,368

7,693
9,290
7,574

7,701
10,563
8,325

7,822
9,801
8,079

30,133
7,504

26,750
7,513

30,197
7,756

28,062
7,056

29,686
7,357

27,009
7,578

29,438
6,728

31,030
8,126

Sept. 23

Sept. 30

Oct. 7

Oct. 14

Oct. 21

Oct28

Nov. 4

Nov. 11

65,553

60,513

62,785

65,744

65,966

61,501

58,757

67,993

70,092

27,636
9,735
25,186

. ..

63,841

30,417
7,343

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

63,640

8,397
9,012
7,527

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

64,462

9,326

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

57,442

32,339
9,453
25,579

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
. . .

61,686

25,896
9,877
25,469

24,686
10,681
26,764

26,195
10,985
25,290

28,238
9,926
25,641

28,620
9,753
26,098

28,543
9,967
26,104

28,652
10,392
26,550

32,264
9,768
25,581

9,751

9,509

9,601

8,998

9,582

8,822

8,490

8,953

9,588

7,735
10,172
7,900

7,792
9,931
7,535

7,494
9,767
7,542

7,290
9,214
7,223

7,629
9,919
7,453

7,114
9,468
7,314

7,073
9,668
7,606

7,075
9,695
7,602

8,093
9,570
7,851

30,163
8,286

29,790
7,863

32,736
7,663

30,977
9,011

30,925
9,316

29,495
9,060

27,025
7,992

32,516
8,782

32,175
8,383

Nov. 18

3
4

July 29

Sept. 16

1
2

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

July 22

Aug. 5

Nov. 25

Dec. 2

Dec. 9

Dec. 16

Dec. 23

Dec. 30

69,983

66,797

70,688

74,994

70,735

68,338

65,938

30,383
10,095
27,453

33,679
9,867
30,288

31,775
9,965
27,660

34,067
10,306
29,6%

34,198
9,783
29,389

33,875
10,847
29,060

32,376
10,511
26,187

9,333

9,778

9,848

9,078

9,114

9,696

9,918

7,476
8,733
8,446

6,911
8,093
8,175

8,051
8,746
12,667

7,324
7,755
8,002

6,953
8,509
8,751

7,132
8,477
10,378

7,299
8,062
11,570

34,330
8,979

32,778
8,234

35,876
8,810

32,610
9,948

29,179
9,918

33,521
8,785

31,448
8,976

Aug. 12

Aug. 19

Aug. 26

Sept, 2

Sept. 9

5. Federal Reserve Bank interest rates
A. Short-term adjustment credit to depository institutions1
Percent per annum
Phila-

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

Richmond

Atlanta

Chicago

St.
Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

8.0

8.0

8.0

8,0

7.5

7.5

7,5

7.5

Year and month

t» *
Boston

York

New

1984
In effect
December 31 .

8.0

1985
In effect
December 31 .

7.5

ddphia

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

Boston

Ne
York

Phila
'
del nia

P

Cleveland

Seasonal credit2

1984
In effect
December 31 .

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

8,0

1985
In effect
December 31 .

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

3

Exceptional circumstances and other extended credit

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

1985
In effect
December 31 .

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5

7.5




17

6* Reserve requirements of depository institutions, December 31, 19851
Percent of deposits
Depository institution requirements
after implementation of the Monetary
Control Act3

Type of deposit, and deposit interval2

Percent

. .

.

3
0

.

Eurocurrency liabilities
All types

12/31/85
12/31/85

10/6783
10/6783

3

Nonpersonal time deposits6
By original maturity
Less than iVSt years
\Vi years or more

Effective date

3
12

Net transaction accounts4'5
$0-$31.7 million
Over $31.7 million

11/13/80

7. Margin requirements1
Percent of market value; effective dates shown

Mar. 11, 1968 | June 8, 1968

Type of security or sale
1
2
3
4

70
50
70

Margin stocks
Convertible bonds
Short sales
Writing options2

80
60
80

May 6, 1970 | Dec. 6, 1971

(NOV. 24, 1972 |

55
50
55

65
50
65

Jan. 3, 1974 | Jan, 1, 1977

65
50
65

50
50
50

50
50
50
30

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

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

In effect Dec. 31, 1985

In effect Dec. 31, 1985

Percent
1
2
3
4

Savings
Negotiable order of withdrawal accounts .
Negotiable order of withdrawal accounts of $1 000 or more2
Money market deposit account2

Time accounts by maturity
5 7-31 days of less than $1,0004
6 7—31 days of $1 000 or more2
7 More than 31 days

18




5V5
5'/4

0

SVi

Effective
date

Percent

Effective
date

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

5Vi

7/1/79
12/31/80
1/5/83
12/14/82

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

5Vi

5»/4

(3)

9/1/82
1/5/83
10/1/83

9. Federal Reserve open market transactions
Millions of dollars

1984

Type of transaction1

Jan.

Year

1 Feb.

Mar.

May

Apr.

Aug.

June 1 July

Oct.

Sept,

Nov.

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

20036
8,557

0

7 700

0
1,967

0

1 300

Others within 1 year
0
0
1 126
Gross purchases
0
0
0
Gross sales
2,488
573
Maturity shift . . . . . . . 16,354
-20840 -1 530 -4574
Exchange
0
0
0
Redemptions .

10
11
12
13

1 to 5 years
1,638
Gross purchases . . . . .
0
Gross sales
- 13,709
Maturity shift
16039
Exchange

14
15
16
17

5 to 10 years
Gross purchases
Gross saies
Maturity shift
Exchange

536
300
-2 371
2,750

-86
0

18
19
20
21

Over 10 years
Gross purchases
Gross saies
Maturity shift
Exchange

441
0
-275
2,052

22
23
24

All maturities
Gross purchases
Gross saies
Redemptions

25
26
27
28
29

368
828
0
600

3 159

0
0
0
0

0
0
0

610
2,003
0
2,200

198

0

3 283

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

0
1,012

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

801
0
0
0

0
897
0
600

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

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

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

200
0

1,000

0
0

-75
0

0
0
-383
400

0
0
0
0

0
0
-97
713

0
0
0
0

277
0
0
0

0
0
-77
257

23,776
8,857
7,700

0
2,267
1,300

368
828
600

3,159
0
0

4,766
0
0

610
2,003
2,200

Matched transactions
Gross saies
Gross purchases

808 986
810,432

54 833
58,096

55,656
47,310

66,827
73,634

72,293
71,754

79,313 61,017 81,799
79,608 61,331 81,143

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases
Gross sales

127,933
127,690

14,245
15,629

0
0

4,996
4,996

15,313
8,220

8,267 23,298 14,830
12,199 26,460 14,830

8,908 -1,688 -9,407

9,966

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

Net change in government securities . ,

0
300

0
0

97

0
0

187
1,491
0
800

3,249
71
0
0

507
1,300
0
2,200

4,463
0
0
0

3,410
0
0
0

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

182
0
771
-966
0

0
0
-872
0

0
0
-896
1,497

830
0

0
0

594
1,763

-771
966

801
0
0

0
897
600

0
0
52
500

0
335
0
0
0 -1,893
0
850

0
0
-52
332

0
0
-83
0

0
0
0
0

164
0
-49
750

0
0
0
0

507
1,300
2,200

5,938
0
0

3,591
0
0

187
1,491
800

3,849
71
0

79,087 52,893 89,689 51,904 63,674
78,842 55,776 85,884 55,516 61,537
4,992 26,040
166 30,867
2,478

0
0

12,063
12,063

3,888
2,261

1,835 -6,798

9,549

3,080

FEDERAL AGENCY
OBLIGATIONS
30
31
32

Outright transactions
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Redemptions

33
34

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases
Gross sates

35 Net change in agency
obligations

0
0
256

0
0
40

0
0
38

0
0
10

0
0
2

0
0
40

0
0
15

0
0
1

0
0
5

0
0
1

0
0
14

0
0
90

0
0
0

11,509
11,328

931

0
0

609
609

1,247

1,139

820

616
744

1,819
2,117

958
958

381
12

3,743
4,112

0
0

698
698

506
119

-76

-248

-38

-10

424

-169

-313

-1

364

-370

-14

-90

388

0

0

305

122

-426

0

0

0

0

0

-2,354 -9,444

9,956

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

2,842

1,465 -6,811

9,459

3,468

/

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES
36 Repurchase agreements,
net

-418

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

8,414




-418

0

19

o

—
Millions of dollars

1985

Type of transaction1

Year | Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

U.S. GOVERNMENT
SECURITIES

1
2
3
4

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

5
6
7
8
9

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

22 214
4,118
0
3,500
1,349
0
19,763
-17,717
0

10
11
12
13

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

14
15
16
17

5 to 10 years
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Maturity shift
Exchange

18
19
20
21

Over 10 years
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Maturity shift
Exchange

293
0
-447
1,679

22
23
24

All maturities
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Redemptions

26,499
4,218
3,500

25
26

Matched transactions
Gross sales
Gross purchases

866,175

27
28

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases
Gross sales

134,253
132,3*1

2,185
0
-17459
. . . 13,853
458
100
-1,857
2,184
..

..

29 Net change in government securities

0
2,668
0
1,600

2,976
214
0
400

0
0
0
0
596
1,987
-625 -2,739
0
0

916
554
0
500

6,026
0
0
0

274
417
0
800

961
245
0
0
0
0
1,299 1,129 2,443
0 -1,463 -2,945
0
0
0

2,099
0
0
0

0
0
0
200

3,056
0
0
0

1,171
0
350
0

0
265
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1,312
1,238
4,895
1,028
0 -1,778 -3,275 -1,807
0
0
0
0

0
0
529
-942
0

0
0
465
846
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-596 -1902 -1,299 -1,114 -2,101 -1,312 -1,153 -3,760 -1,028
625
1,645
0
1,463 1,940
0
1,778
1,825 1,457
0
100
0
0

0
0
-54
600

0
0
0
0
0 - 3 0
0
493

0
108
0
0
0 - 1 6
0
0

0
0
42
600

0
0
0
0

0
6
0
0
-85 -1,136
0
800

1,180
0
-350
0

4515
0
0
0

0
143
0
0
2,363
943
-615 -1529
0
0

0
0
0
0
-520 -1,731
942
650

868
0
-943
1,529

0
0
0
0

0
0
-10
0

0
0
-600
184

345
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

96
0
0
0

0
0
-384
405

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
650

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
-32
131

197
0
0
0

2,976
214
400

2,343
554
500

7,321
0
0

274
417
800

2,099
0
0

0
0
200

3,068
0
0

1,171
0
0

0
265
0

1,180
0
0

6,068
0
0

66,668
66,367

57,076
57,283

54,718
57,288

65,845
64,001

78,870 81,016 60,980
77,597 83,782 59,165

20,225
21 852

19,584
17,077

4,922
7,429

11,540
4,088

21,716
29,168

20,477 -6,295

5,077

0
2,768
1,600

1,351 12,931 -9,668

2,801
2,801

10,486
10,486

4,865 -2,015

64,263 73,925 100,929
64,209 72,347 100,197
1,928 14,029
1,928 14,029

0
0

3,014

-408

-997

85,486
84,769

76,399
78,962

3,684
3,684

23,338
19 809

463 12,159

FEDERAL AGENCY
OBLIGATIONS
30
31
32

Outright transactions
Gross purchases
Gross sales
Redemptions

33
34

Repurchase agreements
Gross purchases
Gross sales

35 Net change in agency
obligations

0
0
162

0
0
0

0
0
17

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
8

0
0
60

0
0
46

0
0
30

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

22,183
20,877

1,463
1,851

2,428
2,048

445
825

983
452

1,336
1,867

120
120

2,439
2,439

354
354

3,522
3,522

0
0

1,454
1,454

7,640
5947

1,144

-388

363

-380

531

-540

-60

-46

0

0

0

1,693

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

-2,061

2,984

-997

463

-30

BANKERS ACCEPTANCES
3 6 Repurchase agreements ,
net
37 Total net
in
System Open
Market Account . . .

20




21,621 -6,683

971

0

-10,208

-408




10. Federal Reserve Banks, 1985
A. Consolidated condition statement
Millions of dollars, end of period
Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

11,095

11,093

11,093

11,091

11,091

11,090

11,090

11,090

11,090

11,090

11,090

11,090

4,618
497

4,618
551

4,618
566

4,618
597

4,618
490

4,618
474

4,618
486

4,618
484

4,618
518

4,718
524

4,718
504

4,718
487

2 139
0

2,329
0

2,582
0

1,525
0

1,765
0

1,338
0

1,567
0

2,068
0

2,520
0

886
0

1,602
0

3,060
0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

8,389

8,372

8,372

8,372

8,363

8,303

8,257

8,227

8,227

8,227

8,227

8,227

0

380

0

531

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1,694

ASSETS
1 Gold certificate account . .
2 Special drawing rights
certificate account . . .
3 Coin
4 Loans to depository
institutions
5 Other
6 Acceptances held under
repurchase
agreements
Federal agency
obligations
1 Bought outright
8 Held under repurchase
agreements
U.S. government
securities
Bought outright1
9
Bills
10
Notes
11
Bonds
12
Total1
13 Held under repurchase
agreements
, .,
14 Total U.S. government
securities

66 467 69 036 71,469 75,651 73,436 78,301 76,286 79,288 79,231 78,234 78,347 85 425
65,137 64,644 66,070 67,269 67,066 67,066 67,066 66,422 66,072 66,072 66,292 67,647
22 951 23 444 23,444 23,540 23,743 23,743 23,743 24,399 24,399 24,399 24,529 24 726
154,555 157,124 160,983 166,460 164,245 169,110 167,095 170,109 169,702 168,705 169,168 177,798

15 Total loans and
securities

165,083 170,713 171,937 184,341 174,373 178,751 176,919 180,404 180,449 177,818 178,997 194,308

0

0

0

0

0

3,529

154,555 159,632 160,983 173,913 164,245 169,110 167,095

170,109

169,702

168,705

169,168

181,327

0

2,508

0

7,453

0

0

16 Items in process of
collection
17 Bank premises

6 161
570

6,241
571

6,127
572

9,730
577

6,865
581

6,277
585

7,394
588

5,445
590

4,297
594

5,843
595

5,915
600

10 147
607

Other assets
Denominated in foreign
currencies
....
19 All other2

3,631
8,104

3,498
7,060

3,971
7,933

4,007
8,473

4,058
7,066

4,149
7,695

4,493
9,494

4,591
7,260

4,963
8,073

6,530
7,606

6,834
7,389

7,016
7,679

18

20 Total assets

199,759 204,345 206,817 223,434 209,142 213,639 215,082 214,482 214,602 214,724 216,047 236,052

LIABILITIES
21 Federal Reserve notes . . . 162,125 162,992 163,728 165,367 169,056 170,178 171,286
Deposits
Depository institutions . .
U.S. Treasury —
General account . .
24 Foreign— Official
accounts
25 Other

22
23

26 Total deposits
27 Deferred credit items . . . .
28 Other liabilities and 3
accrued dividends . .
29 Total liabilities

172,712

171,476

173,590

177,504

181,450

19,858

25,092

26,997

21,962

23,468

27,236

26,253

25,665

27,162

27,119

23,830

28,631

5,349

3,308

3,063

19,305

1,933

3,288

2,656

3,656

4,174

1,528

2,294

9,351

310
321

274
323

223
389

535
497

268
372

340
598

480
1 041

244
560

332
461

253
347

348
324

205
557

26,011

29,193

30,660

41,939

26,163

31,155

29,506

29,933

32,368

29,287

27,062

39,503

5,659

6,297

5,829

9,476

7,681

6,015

7,965

5,597

4,228

5,508

5,006

9,159

2,355

2,463

2,445

2,614

2,359

2,315

2,212

2,232

2,272

2,335

2,306

2,378

196,150 200,945 202,662 219,396 205,259 209,663 210,969 210,474 210,344 210,720 211,878 232,490

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

1,639
1 626
344

1,669
1 626
105

1,687
1,624
844

1,702
1,626
710

1,713
1,626
544

1,721
1,626
629

1,741
1,626
746

1,748
1,626
634

1,753
1,626
879

1,762
1 626
616

1,773
1,626
770

1,781
1 781
0

33 Total liabilities and
capital accounts . . . . 199,759 204,345 206,817 223,434 209,142 213,639 215,082 214,482 214,602 214,724 216,047 236,052
34 MEMO: Marketable
U.S. government
securities held in
custody for foreign
and international
account

116 649 116 519 114 890 116,712 119,753 121,276 125,643

124,404

126,128

123,099 127 566 125 624

21

10. Federal Reserve Banks, 1985—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 Bankr . . .
3 Federal Reserve
notes net , . .

4
5
6
7

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

8 Total collateral

Jan.

Feb.

193,440 194,635

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

| July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

196,021 196,490 198,021 200,234 201,968 204,511 205,459

206,884

Nov.

Dec.

208,830 208,427

30,682

31,799

33,983

33,294

31,326

26,977

162,125 162,992 163,728 165,367 169,056 170,178 171,286

172,712

171,476

173,590

177,504

181,450

31,315

31,643

32,293

31,123

28,965

30,056

11,095

11,093

11,093

11,091

11,091

11,090

11,090

11,090

11,090

11,090

11,090

11,090

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

4,718
0

4,718
0

4,718
0

146,412 147,281 148,017 149,658 153,347 154,470 155,578

157,004

155,768

157,782

161,6%

165,642

162,125 162,992 163,728 165,367 169,056 170,178 171,286 172,712 171,476 173,590 177,504 181,450

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 days1 . . ,
11
16 days to 90 days . . , .
12 91 days to 1 year
13 Over 1 year to
5 years
14 Over 5 years to
10 years
15 Over 10 years , , .
16 Federal agency
obligations
17 Within 15 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

22



Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June
1,338
937
401
0
0
0
0
0

July
1,567
1,494
73
0
0
0
0
0

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

2,153
2,074
79
0
0
0
0
0

2,520
2,452
68
0
0
0
0
0

886
829
57
0
0
0
0
0

1,602
1,564
38
0
0
0
0
0

3,060
3,033
27
0
0
0
0
0

154,555 159,632 160,983 173,913 164,245 169,110 167,095 170,109
7,604
9,291
4,256
4,565 12,305
6,209
5,276
3,249
32,498 33,214 37,280 38,406 38,379 39,719 35,609 35,438
47,474 49,056 46,587 50,568 48,474 48,651 49,831 56,898

169,702
5,823
38,796
53,899

168,705
1,133
37,043
58,933

169,168
1,558
41,194
55,659

181,327
9,307
43,462
56,364

2,139
2,125
14
0
0
0
0
0

2,329
2,320
9
0
0
0
0
0

2,582
2,558
24
0
0
0
0
0

1,525
1,438
87
0
0
0
0
0

1,765
1,700
65
0
0
0
0
0

37,101

36,844

37,309

37,204

37,042

37,042

36,355

35,235

34,855

35,277

34,755

35,650

14,000
20,233

14,546
20,696

14,546
20,696

14,638
20,792

15,281
20,813

15,281
20,813

15,196
20,813

14,866
21,463

14,866
21,463

14,856
21,463

14,440
21,562

14,785
21,759

8,389
97
755
1,644

8,752
615
514
1,738

8,372
142
461
1,942

8,903
613
533
1,991

8,363
162
566
1,918

8,303
159
677
1,813

8,257
120
635
1,783

8,227
213
475
1,813

8,227
162
529
1,762

8,227
84
668
1,757

8,227
273
504
1,820

9,921
1,836
962
1,471

4,248

4,222

4,164

4,083

4,089

4,023

4,080

4,070

4,109

4,141

4,070

4,056

1,246
399

1,264
399

1,264
399

1,284
399

1,229
399

1,232
399

1,240
399

1,257
399

1,266
399

1,178
399

1,161
399

1,187
409

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

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

Year and
month

Annual rate of deposit turnover

Demand deposits1
ATS
ATS
Demand deposits1
ATS
and Savings
and Savings
and Savings
Major Other NOW
deNOW
de* 3
Major Other NOW
deAll N.Y.C.
All N.Y.C.
3
3
acac- 2 posits banks
acbanks counts2 posits banks banks banks counts2 posits
banks
counts

All
banks

Major
N.Y.C.
banks

Other
banks

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

51,952.2
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

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

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

,650.9
,747.7
,649.5
,012.5
,938,7
,665,2
,774,3
,834.6
,822.5
,199.6
,917.5
,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

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
5.5
5,4
5.5
5.6
4,6
4,9
4.7
4.0

1985
January .
February .
March . .
April . . .
May .. .
June . . .
July . . . . .
August . .
September .
October . ,
November .
December .

140,678.6
143,281.5
139,608.3
156,513.2
149,252.8
146,714.9
157,128.3
147,455.5
159,593.3
162,205.4
163,038.1
189,203.0

64,474.7
63,157.0
62,523.7
70,621.4
66,394.3
66,615.5
69,952.8
65,645.6
72,765.4
76,706.3
77,069.6
89,415.1

76,203.9
80,124.5
77,084.6
85,891.8
82,858.4
80,099.4
87,175.5
81,809.9
86,827.9
85,499.2
85,968.5
99,787.9

1,552.0 501.3
1,618.6 499.8
1,567.0 539,2
1,689.3 589.0
1,771.1 636,4
1,614.3 544,4
1,870.1 584,3
2,008.8 550.7
2,465.3 509.1
2,212,7 562.0
2,227.8 533.4
2,452.5 418.6

300.2
303.9
306.0
303.7
308.0
311.2
310.3
314.0
312.4
316.1
320.9
325.1

32.1
33.2
31.8
32.3
31.9
31.6
32.8
33.4
31.3
31.7
32.5
34.8

268.1
270.7
274.2
271.3
276.1
279.6
277.5
280.6
281.1
284.4
288.3
290,3

106,4
107.9
108.9
109.8
110.3
112.1
114,0
117.8
119.5
120.2
122.4
123.9

119.7
119.3
118.1
117.2
117.7
118.9
119.8
120.6
120.9
122.3
125.1
124.9

468,6
471.4
456.3
515.4
484.6
471.4
506,4
469.6
510.9
513,2
508.1
581.9

2,008.6
1,902.2
1,967.0
2,183.9
2,079.6
2,104.9
2,131.4
1,965.4
2,326.3
2,422.2
2,368.5
2,567.0

284,2
295.9
281.1
316.5
300.2
286,5
314.2
291.5
308,9
300,6
298.1
343.7

14.6
15.0
14.4
15.4
16.1
14,4
16.4
17.1
20,6
18,4
18.2
19.8

4.2
4.2
4.6
5.0
5.4
4.6
4.9
4.6
4.2
4.6
4.3
3.4

B. Not seasonally adjusted
Average deposits outstanding
(billions of dollars)

Debits during the month
(annual rate, billions of dollars)
1

Year and
month

To demand deposits

Annual rate of deposit turnover

1

Demand deposits
ATS
ATS
Demand deposits1
ATS
and Savings
and Savings
and Savings
deNOW
deMajor
deAll Major Other NOW posits3
AU N.Y,C. Other NOW posits3
posits3 banks N.Y.C. banks
acac- 2
acbanks banks banks counts2
banks
counts
counts2

Major
N.Y.C.
banks

Other
banks

1984
January . 123,567.2
February . 114,721.3
March . . 124,088.6
April . . . 121,514.4
May .. . 132,521.7
June . . . 128,522.3
July
124,604.3
August . . 133,844.2
September . 120,120.8
October . . 141,249.5
November . 131,791.6
December . 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
63,996.5
69,787.5
68,000.0
72,307.2
71,345.3
70,543.8
74,100.3
65,791,8
76,459.2
70,643.0
75,667.1

1,601.5
1,389.5
1,504.3
1,670.1
1,599.0
1,621.7
1,598.5
1,629.4
1,523.7
1,665.7
1,524,8
1,625.4

672.5
649.9
711,9
665,7
673,8
686,2
686,3
680,3
543,1
616,2
538,7
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

98.6
97.1
99,1
102.1
99.0
100.3
99.7
99.4
100.0
100.5
102.3
105.2

130.0
128.4
128.3
128.4
127.5
127.0
126.1
123.3
121.3
120.4
121.1
120.3

412.3
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
14.3
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

1985
January . .
February . .
March . . .
April
May
June . . . .
July
August . .
September .
October . .
November .
December .

68,203.1
57,337.4
64,188.9
67,422.3
67,249.3
67,999.4
70,496.1
68,401,8
68,967,9
78,010.5
73,982.4
92,551.5

80,677.0
79,959.8
78,965.4
84,113.8
84,093.0
80,652.1
87,402.1
84,583.3
79,820.9
89,628.8
83,088.6
99,508.5

1,838.9
1,524.4
1,624.7
,946,1
,775.5
,744.0
,807.5
,770.5
2,289,9
2,157.7
2,007.8
2,354.4

544.7
455 ,5
552,9
644,4
621,1
549,7
586,0
538,4
490,1
579,9
496.3
405,3

306.3
295.8
297.7
304.2
299.4
309.3
309.9
306.4
313.3
315.0
321.0
334.1

33.7
32,2
32.2
31.5
30.5
32.0
32.3
31.2
31.1
31.1
31.7
35.7

272.6
263.6
265.5
272.7
268.9
277.3
277.6
275.1
282.2
283.9
289.3
298.4

107.3
106.7
109.0
113.2
109.5
112.8
114.0
116.0
118.2
119.3
122.1
125.2

119.3
118.3
118.4
118.5
119.0
120.2
121.0
120.4
120.0
121.0
122.8
122.3

486.0
437.2
480.9
498.1
505.5
480.6
509.5
499.3
475.0
532.1
489,3
574.9

2,025.9
1,780.6
1,990.7
2,138.6
2,205.8
2,125.9
2,185.9
2,189.4
2,216.6
2,507.4
2,332.4
2,594.1

295.9
273.0
297.5
308.4
312.7
290.8
314.8
307.4
282.9
315.7
287.2
333.4

17.1
14.3
14.9
17.2
16.2
15.5
15.9
15.3
19.4
18.1
16.4
18.8

4.6
3.9
4.7
5.4
5.2
4,6
4.8
4.5
4.1
4.8
4.0
3.3

All
banks

148,880.1
129,297.2
143,154.3
151,536.1
151,342.3
148,651.5
157,898.2
152,985.1
148,788.8
167,639.3
157,070.9
192,060.0




23

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

Ml

M2

M3

448.7
446.1
446.5
450.3
450.4
450.7
451.6
456.7
462.6
470.9
477,0
479.9

1,812.2
1,815.6
1,826,0
1,838.2
1,850.8
1,861.8
1,874.4
1,892.6
1,908.7
1,923.7
1,937,7
1,952.6

2,259.1
2,268.0
2,285.0
2,307.3
2,322,3
2,340.4
2,359.5
2,382.9
2,401.7
2,423.6
2,436.0
2,443.5

2,625.6
2,646.8
2,664.8
2,687.4
2,708.7
2,729.3
2,752.4
2,774.0
2,790.7
2,818.8
2,832.9
2,850.1

4,301.8
4,333.6
4,360.6
4,388.5
4,419,4
4,447,7
4,478.0
4,513.0
4,551.7
4,586.5
4,621.4
4,661.3

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

483.6
489.1
494.9
498.6
505.0
508.7
513.8
516.8
519,1
523.9
525.6
527.1

2,007.1
2,044.7
2,061.5
2,078.2
2,094.5
2,108.1
2,120,4
2,129.7
2,142.2
2,163.2
2,176.1
2,186.0

2,477.3
2,506.1
2,523.4
2,543.2
2,559.5
2,581.5
2,599.1
2,613.0
2,632,6
2,652.4
2,679.5
2,697.3

2,887,4
2,916.7
2,938.9
2,966.8
2,985.6
3,009.1
3,039.7
3,059.9
3,080,5
3,098,5
3,127.9
3,163.5

4,697.1
4,727.7
4,768.0
4,810.9
4,848.8
4,901.9
4,955.1
4,998.4
5,045.2
5,092,6
5,137,8
5,192.0

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

530.7
533.3
536.5
539.0
542,1
546.1
546.0
547.3
550.7
549.6
554.2
558.5

2,199.5
2,215.8
2,227.4
2,242.6
2,256.5
2,268.5
2,277.5
2,291,8
2,309.8
2,323.6
2,348.3
2,373.8

2,716.2
2,740.6
2,764.6
2,789.8
2,814.9
2,837.5
2,862.1
2,878.7
2,901.6
2,926.2
2,955.6
2,986.5

3,189.2
3,216,3
3,253.5
3,287.3
3,321.5
3,356.0
3,390.6
3,416.3
3,450.8
3,474.3
3,499.4
3,532.3

5,252.0
5,310.6
5,365.8
5,426.8
5,490.5
5,549.3
5,612.6
5,675.9
5,731.8
5,795.7
5,874.5
5,952.0

562.9
569.3
572.2
575.7
582.5
590.9
596.2
604.8
611.5
614.2
620.1
626.6

2,399.9
2,421,8
2,429.4
2,434.4
2,451.9
2,479.0
2,496.1
2,515.4
2,529.5
2,538.4
2,550.8
2,565.8

3,013.5
3,033.8
3,046.6
3,052.0
3,069,9
3,098.0
3,113.3
3,131.4
3,151.5
3,166.0
3,180.9
3,200.1

3,557.5
3,588.5
3,612.6
3,618,9
3,638,2
3,667.4
3,685.2
3,713.1
3,741.1
3,762.3
3,798.8
3,836.8

6,018.2
6,073.7
6,129.7
6,192.8
6,256.5
6,320,2
6,389.8
6,460.3
6,525.3
6,592.0
6,680.3
6,809.8

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

1985
January . . .
February . .
March
. ., .

r

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

24




Debt

Components
Nontransaction
components

Small
time
deposits4

Large
time
deposits5

Federal
debt

Nonfederal
debt

446.9
452.4
459.0
469.1
471.5
478.6
485.1
490.3
493,0
499.9
498.3
490.9

347.9
346.1
344.6
344.7
344.8
344.9
343.8
345.8
348.1
356.6
364.3
357.9

824.6
833.7
843.9
852.4
859.4
864.4
873.7
876.2
878.9
871.1
869.0
852.8

305.9
311.1
314.5
319.6
320.5
325.0
329.0
330.8
330.6
334.0
334.9
327.8

2,629.4
2,638.8
2,650.3
2,663.2
2,678.6
2,692.1
2,700.4
2,706.4
2,707.7
2,712.4
2,713.0
2,702.9

4,301.8
4,333.6
4,360.6
4,388.5
4,419.4
4,447.7
4,478.0
4,513.0
4,551,7
4,586.5
4,621.4
4,661.3

,523.5
,555.6
,566.6
1,579.6
1,589.4
1,599.4
1,606.6
1,612.9
1,623.1
,639.2
,650.5
,658.9

470.2
461.4
461.9
464.9
465.0
473.3
478,7
483,3
490.3
489.2
503.4
511.3

333.0
321.6
318.6
318.5
318.9
319.3
318.4
317.1
314.4
312.8
309.8
306.6

794.7
755.8
736.5
731.8
725.8
725.2
733.1
742.0
751,3
763.3
776.6
785.2

307.5
295.8
292.0
295.7
295.6
302.1
304.2
311.6
317.6
320.2
325.5
329.9

2,704.7
2,708.3
2,706.0
2,715.3
2,725.8
2,728.5
2,740,3
2,758.3
2,773.7
2,790.6
2,811.5
2,846.0

4,697.1
4,727.7
4,768.0
4,810.9
4,848,8
4,901.9
4,955.1
4,998.4
5,045.2
5,092.6
5,137.8
5,192.0

132.5
133.8
135.6
136.6
138.6
139.5
139.5
140.6
142.0
142.2
144.1
146.3

,668.8
,682.5
,690.9
,703.5
,714.3
,722.4
,731.5
,744.5
,759,1
,773.9
,794,1
,815.4

516.7
524.8
537.2
547.2
558.4
569.0
584.6
587.0
591.8
602.6
607.3
612.7

304.2
302.4
302.1
301.3
300.3
299.4
296.9
295.1
294.3
292.4
290.9
289.7

793.4
800.9
805.6
811.0
818.2
827.9
840.1
855.2
867.4
875.8
882.1
887.5

336.4
342.4
348.7
357.4
368.4
379.7
389.6
395.1
397.5
406.1
409.4
413.9

2,869.4
2,885.8
2,924.2
2,962.2
2,994.7
3,032.7
3,061.6
3,081.3
3,111.6
3,145.8
3,179.5
3,217.4

5,252,0
5,310,6
5,365.8
5,426.8
5,490.5
5,549.3
5,612.6
5,675.9
5,731.8
5,795.7
5,874.5
5,952.0

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

149.0
152.2
154.1
156.5
158.4
161.8
164.8
169.0
171.5
173.7
176.7
178.6

1,837.0
1,852.5
1,857.2
1,858.7
1,869.5
1,888.1
1,899.8
1,910.6
1,918.0
1,924.2
1,930.6
1,939.2

613.6
611.9
617.2
617.6
617.9
619.1
617.2
616.0
622,0
627.6
630.1
634.3

289,4
289.9
289.7
289.0
290.8
293.6
296.7
299.7
300.3
302.3
303.7
303.6

887.4
885.2
885,0
887.6
889.5
890.3
888.0
880.9
878.3
875.7
876.0
880.3

415.6
416.9
421.0
425.9
425.0
422.7
418.3
421.0
425.6
429.7
432.9
436.5

3,248.4
3,274.8
3,311.0
3,346.0
3,372.5
3,401.6
3,430.8
3,466.9
3,512.2
3,556.0
3,582.2
3,637.2

6,018.2
6,073.7
6,129.7
6,192.8
6,256.5
6,320.2
6,389.8
6,460.3
6,525.3
6,592.0
6,680.3
6,809.8

1985
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept,
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

Travelers
checks3

Demand
deposits4

Other
checkable
deposits5

M26

M37

125.0
125.5
125.9
127.1
128.3
128.9
129.7
130.6
131.5
132.7
133.1
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

237.5
233.6
232.2
232.1
231.5
230,0
229.6
230.9
232.7
235.9
237.5
237.9

81.8
82.6
84.0
86.7
86.2
87.4
87.9
90.8
94.0
97.9
102.0
103.4

1,363.5
1,369.5
1,379.5
1,388.0
,400.5
,411.1
,422.7
,435.9
,446.1
,452.8
,460.7
,472.7

135.5
136.8
138.1
139.4
140.5
141.4
142.4
143.1
144.6
146.0
147.2
148.3

4,2
4.3
4.5
4.6
4.6
4.6
4.6
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.9

237.9
237.1
238.3
238.2
240.5
241.1
243.2
243.3
242.9
244.2
243.2
242.7

106,0
110,9
114.0
116.5
119.4
121.6
123.6
125.7
126.9
128.9
130.4
131.3

149,6
150,3
151.3
152.2
152.9
154.3
154.9
155.8
156.7
156.9
157.8
158.5

4.9
5.0
5.0
5.1
5.1
5.1
5.2
5.2
5.1
5.0
5.1
5.2

243.7
244.2
244.6
245.1
245.6
247.1
246.5
245.8
246.9
245.5
247.3
248.4

159.6
160.7
161.3
161.9
163.2
164.4
165.3
166.9
167.7
168.7
169.8
170,6

5.3
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.5
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.9
5.9
5.9
5.9

249.0
251.2
251.4
251.8
255.4
259.0
260,4
263.1
266.4
266.0
267.8
271.5




Year and
month

Savings
deposits3

Currency2

1982
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
1983
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
* .

Xj
June

July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

25

12, Measures and components of the money stock and debt1—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars
Measures

Year and month

Ml

M2

M3

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

453.5
437.1
440.2
455.6
445.4
450.5
454.0
454.2
460.6
470.5
479.1
490.9

1,815.4
1,805.5
1,823.1
1,845.9
1,844.8
1,861.6
1,878.5
1,891.8
1,905.0
1,923.9
1,938.2
1,958,6

2,263.3
2,261.6
2,283.7
2,313.3
2,317,4
2,336.9
2,356.3
2,382.0
2,398.5
2,423,7
2,439.2
2,453.3

2,631.3
2,642.3
2,666.8
2,694.7
2,703.1
2,726.6
2,748.3
2,771.5
2,787.1
2,819.2
2,835.7
2,856.4

4,297.4
4,320.5
4,344.1
4,370.3
4,398.4
4,427.2
4,458.0
4,495.3
4,539.7
4,576.8
4,610.5
4,655.7

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

488.7
479.7
488.3
504.4
499.7
509.0
516.4
513.9
516.8
523.0
527.6
538.8

2,011.8
2,035.7
2,060.1
2,086.4
2,088.0
2,108.4
2,124.5
2,127.3
2,136.5
2,161.5
2,176.0
2,192.8

2,482.1
2,498.9
2,522.6
2,549.7
2,554.2
2,579.4
2,596.5
2,611.1
2,627.9
2,651.4
2,682.7
2,707.9

2,893.0
2,911.2
2,940.9
2,974.2
2,977.7
3,007.6
3,037.0
3,057.9
3,076.2
3,098,4
3,130.8
3,170.1

4,691.2
4,711.1
4,747.1
4,788.9
4,826.4
4,881.4
4,935.8
4,981.8
5,033,8
5,083.4
5,127.3
5,186.5

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

536.1
523.2
529.7
544.9
536.6
547.1
549.0
544.6
548.4
548.2
555.9
570.5

2,205.7
2,208.0
2,227,6
2,250.9
2,249.4
2,269.5
2,282.0
2,288.2
2,302.5
2,320.4
2,347.3
2,380.8

2,722.0
2,733.1
2,764,4
2,795.9
2,809.3
2,836.5
2,859.1
2,875,7
2,896,3
2,924.4
2,959.3
2,997.9

3,194.7
3,209.7
3,256.2
3,294.4
3,311.5
3,355.5
3,389.1
3,414.9
3,447.3
3,473.9
3,502.3
3,537.5

5,245.2
5,292.8
5,343.4
5,402.9
5,466.6
5,527.8
5,592.4
5,657.4
5,718.0
5,784.0
5,862.5
5,946.3

1985
January
February .. ,
March
April
May
June
July
August
September ..
October , . .
November . .
December . .

568.4
558.7
565.0
581.7
576.5
592.7
599.6
602.0
609.1
612.2
621.7
639.9

2,407.3
2,415.3
2,430.9
2,443.1
2,444.1
2,480.7
2,501.0
2,510.9
2,521.0
2,533.7
2,549.1
2,573.9

3,019.9
3,026.4
3,046.9
3,058.1
3,063.9
3,098.0
3,110.8
3,127,3
3,145.0
3,163.0
3,184,3
3,212.8

3,562,8
3,581.9
3,616.8
3,627.6
3,626.6
3,666.5
3,684.6
3,710.9
3,736.8
3,759,8
3,801.5
3,843.1

6,011.6
6,054.5
6,103,8
6,166,1
6,231.9
6,299.3
6,370,3
6,441.5
6,509.9
6,578.4
6,667.1
6,803.9

26



Debt

Components

Currency2

Travelers
checks3

Demand
deposits4

Other
checkable
deposits5

124.1
123.9
124.7
126.6
128.2
129.3
130.8
131.1
131.3
132.4
133.9
136.5

4.1
4.1
4.2
4.2
4.3
4.6
4.9
4.9
4.7
4.5
4.2
4.1

242.8
227,6
227.5
235.3
227.5
229.3
230.3
228.3
231.4
236.2
239.3
246.2

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
4.0
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.8
5.1
5.2
5.0
4.8
4.6
4.6

148.4
148.3
149.9
151.6
152.9
154.9
156.3
156.5
156.5
156.7
158.7
160.9
158.3
158.5
159.8
161.1
163.1
165.1
166.8
167.7
167.6
168.4
170.7
173.1

Nontransaction
components

Money market
mutual funds
Overnight General
RPsand purpose InstiEuroand
dollars* broker/ tution
only
dealer

Money
Large
Small
market Savings
time
time Federal
dedeposit deposits9
dedebt
10
accounts
posits11
posits

Nonfederal
debt

Year
and
month

M26

M37

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

,361.9
,368.4
,383.0
,390.3
,399,5
,411.2
,424.4
,437.6
1,444.4
1,453.4
1,459.1
1,467.7

447.8
456.1
460.6
467.4
472.6
475.3
477.8
490.2
493.5
499.8
501.1
494.7

31.5
30.3
32.5
30.3
31.2
30.2
30.2
31.2
31.6
34.3
34.1
33,0

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
345.8
347.6
346.7
347.2
347,0
345.0
346.2
355.8
361.5
355.2

827.2
835.9
844.6
849.9
856.0
861.7
872.3
877.2
879.4
875.5
871.5
851.8

307.9
314.1
317.1
317.3
319.1
321 *
325.2
330.1
331.1
334.7
336.2
331.0

2,627.2
2,629.7
2,630,5
2,642.1
2,664,6
2,686.9
2,700.0
2,701.9
2,703.1
2,711.8
2,713.5
2,702.9

4,297.4
4,320.5
4,344.1
4,370,3
4,398.4
4,427.2
4,458.0
4,495.3
4,539.7
4,576.8
4,610.5
4,655.7

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

243,3
231,0
233.3
241.1
236.5
240.8
244.1
240.6
241.5
244.3
244.9
251.3

107.0
109.6
113.9
120.1
118.3
121,5
123.6
124.3
125.9
128.0
130.1
132.4

1,523.1
,556.0
,571.8
,582.1
,588.3
,599.4
,608.1
,613.4
,619.7
,638.5
,648.4
,654.0

470.3
463.2
462.5
463.3
466.2
471.0
472.0
483.8
491.4
489.9
506.7
515.1

35.0
36.1
37,5
39.4
41.8
42.0
40.8
39.6
40.3
42.7
42.4
42.4

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

332.0
320.2
319.6
321.1
320.8
321.3
320.9
316.0
312.7
312.3
308,2
304.5

796.9
756.9
736.0
728.4
722.0
722.5
732.3
743 .4
752.6
767.8
779.7
785.2

308.4
2974
293.6
293.1
294.3
299.5
301.7
311.7
318.6
321.6
326.8
332.1

2,702.0
2,697.6
2,684.3
2,692.2
2,708.4
2,719.2
2,736.1
2,749.6
2,765.7
2,788,1
2,811.4
2,846.1

4,691.2
4,711.1
4,747.1
4,788.9
4,826.4
4,881.4
4,935.8
4,981.8
5,033.8
5,083.4
5,127.3
5,186.5

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

4.6
4.7
4.8
4.8
5.0
5.4
5.8
5.8
5.4
5.0
4.8
4.9

249.3
237.9
239.4
247.9
241.4
247.2
247.6
243.2
245.6
245.3
248.7
257,3

133.8
132.4
135.6
140.6
137.3
139.7
139.3
139.1
140.9
141.1
143.7
147.5

,669.7
,684.7
,697.9
,706.0
,712.8
,722.4
,733.0
,743.7
,754.1
,772.2
,791.4
,810.3

516.3
525.1
536.8
545.0
560.0
567.0
577.1
587.5
593.8
604.0
612.0
617.0

44.6
45.9
45.3
45.2
46.2
43.3
42.7
45.0
44.1
44.0
45.9
43,9

137.8
142.1
144.8
145.9
146.5
148.9
150.5
150.6
152.0
155.6
162.0
167.5

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
401.2
400.0
398.8
394.8
390.2
390.4
393.9
404.3
417.0

303.3
300.9
302.8
303.4
301.9
301.2
299.1
294.3
292.8
292.5
290.0
287.9

795.8
801.6
803.9
806.4
813.2
824.6
839.3
856.8
869.2
881.3
886.4
888.8

336.9
3434
349.8
354.0
366.8
377.2
387.2
395.5
399.4
408.4
411.4
416.1

2,865.6
2,871.3
2,896.2
2,931.1
2,969.2
3,016.2
3,050.8
3,065.8
3,097.0
3,138.0
3,176.5
3,216.9

5,245.2
5,292.8
5,343.4
5,402.9
5,466.6
5,527,8
5,592,4
5,657,4
5,718.0
5,784.0
5,862.5
5,946.3

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

4.9
5.0
5.1
5.2
5.4
5.9
6.5
6.6
6.2
5.9
5.6
5.5

254.8
244.6
245.9
254.6
251.0
259.4
261.8
260.4
265.0
265.6
269.0
281,3

150.5
150.6
154.2
160.8
157.0
162.2
164.5
167.3
170.3
172.3
176.4
180,1

,838.9
,856.6
,865.9
,861.3
,867.6
,888.0
,901.4
1,908.9
1,911,9
1,921.5
1,927.4
1,934.0

612.6
611.1
616.0
615.0
619.9
617.3
609.8
616.4
624.0
629.3
635.2
638.9

46.2
51.3
50.9
45.8
48.5
48.1
48.3
49.4
50.2
50.4
51.9
52.6

171.9
175,1
177.6
176.2
172.2
175.4
175.8
176.8
176.7
177.0
176.8
176.5

65.0
62.2
59.5
59.5
63.5
67.1
65.0
63.6
62.3
63.3
64,5
64.6

435.7
450.5
460.2
462.5
466.4
478.1
487.2
495.2
499.8
504.1
509.5
512.0

288.4
288.2
289.8
290.6
292.2
295.4
298.9
298.9
299.1
302.9
303.3
301,8

890.3
885.8
882.4
881.8
883.5
886.3
887.1
882.5
880.5
881.3
880.7
882.5

415,7
417.3
421.5
421.9
423.6
420.4
416.1
421.4
427.6
432.6
435.3
438.7

3,245.4
3,259.7
3,279.8
3,311.9
3,344.3
3,383.5
3,418,7
3,449.9
3,496.1
3,547.2
3,578.7
3,636.5

6,011.6
6,054.5
6,103.8
6,166.1
6,231.9
6,299.3
6,370.3
6,441.5
6,509.9
6,578.4
6,667.1
6,803.9

1985
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.




27

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

Total
reserves2

1982
January
February . .
March

Nonborrowed
reserves

Nonborrowed
reserves
plus
extended
credit3

Required
reserves

Monetary
base4

Total
reserves2

Nonborrowed
reserves

Nonborrowed
reserves
plus
extended
credit3

Required
reserves

Monetary
base4

32,449
32,434
32,429
32,391
32,592
32,663
32,559
32,832
33,260
33,560
34,178
34,413

30,931
30,645
30,875
30,823
31,474
31,458
31,868
32,317
32,326
33,082
33,557
33,779

31,129
30,877
31,183
31,068
31,650
31,562
31,918
32,411
32,445
33,223
33,745
33,965

32,031
32,131
32,068
32,118
32,233
32,355
32,245
32,520
32,876
33,155
33,776
33,913

159,324
159,899
160,291
161,101
162,487
163,582
164,238
165,212
166,461
167,610
168,716
170,152

34,184
32,280
31,902
32,408
32,251
32,075
32,362
32,351
32,999
33,598
34,272
35,133

32,666
30,490
30,347
30,840
31,133
30,871
31,670
31,836
32,066
33,120
33,652
34,499

32,864
30,723
30,656
31,085
31,310
30,975
31,720
31,930
32,184
33,261
33,840
34,685

33,765
31,976
31,541
32,135
31,892
31,767
32,048
32,039
32,615
33,194
33,871
34,633

160,269
158,016
158,214
160,619
162,002
163,256
165,054
165,214
165,967
167,451
169,726
173,182

34,032
34,438
34,977
35,464
35,400
35,855
36,017
36,063
36,159
36,173
36,122
36,155

33,502
33,856
34,185
34,455
34,447
34,219
34,565
34,516
34,718
35,329
35,217
35,381

33,659
34,134
34,502
34,860
34,961
35,177
35,142
35,007
35,233
35,585
35,223
35,383

33,484
34,003
34,544
34,988
34,951
35,375
35,510
35,616
35,661
35,668
35,593
35,594

171,002
172,806
174,623
175,995
177,102
178,729
179,711
180,544
182,187
183,261
184,376
185,384

35,732
34,300
34,435
35,491
35,091
35,250
35,797
35,545
35,851
36,160
36,215
36,869

35,203
33,718
33,643
34,481
34,139
33,614
34,344
33,999
34,410
35,316
35,310
36,095

35,360
33,9%
33,960
34,886
34,652
34,572
34,921
34,490
34,925
35,572
35,316
36,097

35,184
33,865
34,002
35,014
34,642
34,770
35,289
35,099
35,353
35,655
35,686
36,308

172,028
170,781
172,542
175,464
176,742
178,562
180,587
180,557
181,650
183,088
185,465
188,653

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

36,369
37,465
37,400
37,277
37,828
38,400
38,466
38,669
38,467
38,392
38,914
39,509

35,654
36,898
36,449
36,043
34,840
35,100
32,542
30,652
31,225
32,375
34,297
36,323

35,658
36,903
36,476
36,087
34,876
36,973
37,550
37,695
37,684
37,432
38,134
38,927

35,756
36,522
36,689
36,785
37,248
37,626
37,849
37,978
37,839
37,772
38,221
38,657

187,373
189,238
190,094
190,787
192,031
193,924
194,719
195,709
196,406
196,589
197,823
199,173

38,179
36,962
36,990
37,855
37,163
38,210
38,279
38,130
38,304
38,375
39,123
40,565

37,464
36,395
36,038
36,622
34,174
34,909
32,354
30,113
31,063
32,358
34,505
37,379

37,468
36,400
36,065
36,666
34,211
36,782
37,363
37,156
37,521
37,416
38,342
39,983

37,566
36,019
36,279
37,364
36,583
37,436
37,662
37,439
37,677
37,755
38,429
39,713

188,536
186,831
188,101
190,605
191,285
194,206
195,863
196,092
1%,239
1%,439
198,538
202,338

1985
January . . .
February
March . . . .
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September
October
November
December

40,132
40,946
40,984
41,148
41,855
42,669
43,083
43,654
43,882
44,244
44,847
45,612

38,738
39,657
39,391
39,825
40,521
41,464
41,976
42,581
42,593
43,056
43,106
44,294

39,788
40,461
40,450
40,693
41,055
42,129
42,483
43,151
43,249
43,685
43,637
44,793

39,386
40,044
40,219
40,410
41,051
41,764
42,227
42,826
43,216
43,491
43,919
44,554

200,776
202,496
203,337
203,972
205,853
207,932
209,105
211,208
212,289
213,566
215,253
216,721

41,168
40,356
40,549
41,735
41,128
42,444
42,896
43,069
43,676
44,207
45,082
46,839

39,773
39,067
38,956
40,413
39,794
41,239
41,789
41,9%
42,388
43,020
43,341
45,520

40,823
39,870
40,015
41,281
40,328
41,904
42,295
42,566
43,043
43,649
43,871
46,019

40,422
39,453
39,783
40,998
40,324
41,539
42,040
42,241
43,011
43,454
44,154
45,781

201,202
199,831
201,162
203,718
204,836
208,292
210,554
211,514
212,157
213,357
216,038
220,362

r

June
July
August . . .
September
October
November .
December

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

,.

.

.

.

.

.

.,

,

.
.

28



...

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

Year and month

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

Nonborrowed
reserves

Nonborrowed
reserves
plus
extended
credit3

^Required
"reserves

Monetary
base4

Excess6

Borrowings

43,202
41 285
39,227
39,557
39,550
39,566
39,964
40,179
39,960
40 587
41,200
41 854

41,685
39,496
37,672
37,989
38,432 •
38,361
39,273
39,663
39,027
40,110
40,580
41 221

41,882
39,728
37,981
38,234
38,609
38,465
39,323
39,757
39,145
40,251
40,768
41,406

42,784
40,981
38,866
39,284
39,191
39,258
39,651
39,866
39,576
40,183
40,799
41,354

169,897
167 590
166,172
168,422
169,955
171,369
173,289
173,730
173,253
174 759
177,024
180416

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

1,517
1 789
1,555
1,568
1 117
1,205
691
515
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
37,242
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
38,440
38,214
37-.418
37,633
37,615
38,333

179048
177,207
177 204
179,785
181 198
183,066
185 223
185,314
185 018
186,500
188,871
192,258

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
36,522
37 526
37,474
37 266
38,043
38 512
39,235
40,695

39,405
35 799
35,329
35 922
33,533
34225
31,550
29 249
30,801
32495
34,618
37,509

39,409
35,804
35,356
35,966
33,570
36,098
36,558
36,292
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

192,220
187 987
189,267
191 813
192,413
195 254
196,965
197 018
197,500
198 121
200,295
204,184

613
943
718
298
966
796
384
744
697
413
782
775

715
567
952
1 234
2,988
3 300
5,924
8 017
7,242
6017
4,617
3,186

41 126
40,272
40,494
41,652
41,051
42,352
42,803
42 963
44,447
45,469
46,382
48,142

39,731
38,983
38,901
40,329
39,718
41,147
41,696
41,890
43,158
44,282
44,641
46,824

40,781
39,787
39,960
41,197
40,251
41,813
42,203
42,460
43,814
44,911
45,172
47,323

40,380
39,370
39,728
40,914
40,247
41,447
41,948
42,135
43,782
44,716
45,454
47,085

203,143
201,657
202,908
205,321
206,414
209,969
212,269
213,155
214,501
216,192
218,962
223,534

838
941
922
317
1,013
890
872
969
688
740
981
876

1,395
1,289
1,593
1,323
1,334
,205
,107
,073
,289
,187
,741
1,318

1985
January
February
T * .
June
July
..
August
September
October
.
November
December




..........

,.
...

..

...

29

14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1
A. Seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
1973

1972
Source

2 U.S government securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and industrial
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

Mar.

June

July

572.5 575.9 586.2 592.9 598.2 605.0 611.4

619.7

Dec.
1 Total loans and securities2

89.0
93 4
390 1
137.1
24
134.7
129,9
48
98 1
86.3
15 6
21 7
14.3
n.a.
39
16
1.4
10 1

Jan.

89.0
93 4
393,5
139,2
23
136.9
131.6
53
99,0
87.0
15 9
22,4
14.6
n.a.
4.1
16
1.5
80

Feb.

85.9
94.1
406.1
144.7
24
142.3
136.6
57
100.8
88.6
15,8
23.6
14.9
n.a.
5.5
17
1.5
9.0

Apr.

84.0
82.7
94.9
954
414.0 420.2
149,5 151.8
2.6
2.6
147.0 149.1
140.6 142.8
6.4
63
102.5 104.1
90.2
91.5
15.1
144
24.6
25.1
15.4
15.2
n.a.
n.a.
6,2
6.5
17
17
1.6
1.6
6.9
8,3

May

Aug. | Sept.
627.3

Oct.

Nov.

631.5 636.4 641.4

Dec.
647.9

82.5
83.3
82,3
82.1
83,1 85.4
87,5
88,2
96.1
96.7
95.9
98 1 98 9 992 98,7
99.4
426.8 432.8 439.7 447.1 449.4 451.9 455.3 460.3
154.4 157.4 159.5 162.4 162.6 163.3 163,8 165.0
2.9
3.0
2.4
2.7
3.1
2.8
2.5
2.6
151.6 154.5 156.5 159.3 159.9 160.7 161.4 162.5
145.1 147.8 150,0 152.7 153.3 154.2 155.0 156.7
6.7
6.6
6.5
66
6.6
6.6
6.4
5,8
105.6 107.4 109.3 111.1 112.8 114.3 115.8 117.3
92.6
93.6
94.7
95,6
96,2 97.0
98.0
98.6
14.2
13.3
13.3
134
130
12.9
12.6
12.6
26.0
28.3 28.2
26,6
27.3 28.2
28.5
27.8
15.6
15.7
16.0
16.2
16,3
17.2
16.5
16.9
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a,
6.2
6.2
6.1
6.0
5.9
6.0
5.8
6.2
18
17
17
17
18
21
18
19
1.7
1.7
1.8
2.1
2.0
2.0
1.9
1.9
8.9
9.9
10.4
10.6
8.8
10,1
10.3
10.3
1974

2 56

1 Total loans and securities - '

2 U.S government6 securities
3 Other securities54 Total loans and leases2-5*6 6 7
5 Commercial and industrial * 3
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial 4 industrial .
and
8
U.S. addressees
9
Non-U S addressees4
10 Real estate5*6*7
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

655.7 662.4 668.6 680.4 686.7 692.1 699.0 704.3 706.6 707.8 710.1

713.9

84.5
85.1
85.2
88.7
88.8
87,3
85.9
89.0
101.0 101.8 103.1 104,0 105.1 105.9 106.5 106.2
4657 471,9 476.6 489 1 495.7 501,0 508.1 513.0
167.7 169.7 174.4 180.4 183.2 185.6 189.3 191,9
3.3
3.7
29
25
3.2
34
2.7
25
165.2 167.2 171.7 177.4 180.0 182.3 185.6 188.5
159.0 160.7 164.9 170,4 172.8 174,7 177.8 180.5
7.2
6.2
8.0
7.6
7.9
6,8
6.5
7.0
118 5 1199 121 1 1226 1240 125.3 126.7 127 6
99,3 100.0 100.6 101.3 101.8 102.3 102.5 102.7
11.7
12.3
12.2
11.9
12.7
12.3
12.8
11.9
32.7
30.2
33.6
34,1
31 6 32.2
294 29.5
18.2
18.2
18.2
18.1
18,1
17.5
17,9
17.8
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
8.3
8.7
6,4
8.6
7.3
8.9
6.6
8.3
2.5
2.6
2.1
2.7
2.0
2.6
2.5
2,1
2.6
2.7
2.4
2,8
2,3
2.9
2.5
2.2
10.8
10.7
8.6
11,3
10.2
11.9
9,8
11,5

86,3
107.5
520.0
196.6
3,6
193.0
186.2
6.9
130.1
102.4
12.7
34.5
18.3
n.a.
8.3
2,2
3.2
11.6

83.8 83.8
107.1 107.4
515.7 516.6
193,3 194.6
3,5
3,5
189.9 191.1
182.0 183.4
7.9
7.8
128 4 129,1
102.8 102.8
12.5
12.8
34.3 34,2
18.2
18,1
n.a,
n.a.
8.7
8.3
2.3
2.3
3.1
3.0
11.7
11.9

85.1
106.8
518.2
195.8
3.5
192.3
184.8
7.5
129.6
102.6
12.6
34.2
18.3
n.a.
8.3
2.2
3.2
11.4

1975
2

1 Total loans and securities

715.2

2 U.S. government securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and industrial

86.4
90.3
86,0
108 6 1094 109.4
520.2 519.3 516.3
197 9 196 8 195.0
4.0
4.1
3.5
194.3 192.7 191.0
186.7 184.7 182.7
8.3
76
8.0
130.6 131,1 131.3
102.2 102.5 102.3
124
13.7
12 0
32 6
33 5
33 8
18.3
18.5
18.4
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
79
82
84
2.1
1,9
2.0
3.4
3.4
33
97
11 4
11 3

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

Other commercial 4 industrial . . ,
and
U.S. addressees
Non-U S addressees4 .
Real estate
Individual
Security
.
Nonbank financial institutions
Agricultural
States and political subdivisions
Foreign banks
..
Foreign official institutions
Lease financing receivables
All other loans

30



714.6

716.0

717.5

719.1

721.7

94.1
98.0 101.6
1094 1087 109.1
514.1 512.4 511.0
193 9 1925 190,9
4.2
4.3
3.9
190.0 188.4 186.6
181 5 180.0 178.2
84
8.4
84
131,5 131.5 131.8
101,8 101.6 101.6
12.7
11 5
11.5
32 1 31 7 31 5
18.7
18.7
18.7
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
8,2
85
82
2.1
1.9
1.9
3.6
3.5
35
10 8
11 0
100

724.2 726.5 732.3 736.4 739.1

745.3

105.0 107.4
109.5 1101
509.7 508.9
189.6 188 9
4.5
4.5
185.2 184 4
176.7 175.8
8.5
86
131.9 132.0
101.7 102.1
12.3
108
31 2 31 0
19.2
18.9
n.a,
n.a,
8.4
86
2.1
2.2
3.7
3.7
9.9
10 3

116.7
111.2
517,3
189.3
6.2
183 1
174,6
86
134.4
104,9
13 5
28 9
20,1
n.a.
90
2,4
40
109

111.8
1098
510.7
188 7
4.5
184.2
175,4
88
132.4
102.6
114
30 5
19.5
n.a.
88
2.1
3.8
10 7

113,6
1106
512.2
188 7
4.4
184 3
175.2
90
133.1
103.3
12 5
299
19.7
n.a.
90
2.2
3.9
99

114.5
111.4
513,3
188 7
5.2
183,5
174,5
90
133.6
104.0
12 5
29 4
19.8
n.a.
91
2.2
39
99

14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
A. Seasonally adjusted—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
19 76

Source

Jan.

1 Total loans and securities2
2 U.S. government securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and industrial8'5
6
Bankers acceptances held3
7
Other commercial 4 industrial . .
and
8
U S addressees
9
Non-U 9S addressees4
10 Real estate8'
1 1 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 loans*

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

745.2

749.0

753,2

757.5

762.1

767.4

770.2

776.1

780.5

789.3

797.0

804.9

118.6
111 0
515.6
189.3
5.5
183.8
1745
9.3
135.5
105.8
12.4
28.4
20.4
n.a.
90
2.4
40
8.4

119.9
110.8
518.3
188.9
5.5
183.4
174.1
9.3
136.3
106.3
12.1
28.6
20.6
n.a.
94
2.4
41
9.5

121.9
110.4
520.9
186.5
5.3
181.2
171.8
9.4
137.9
107,1
14.7
28.9
20.9
n.a.
96
2.4
42
8.8

124.6
110.5
522 A
183.6
5.4
178.2
1687
9.6
139.8
108.0
14.8
28.5
21.2
n.a.
9; 6
2.5
43
10.1

125.9
1108
525.4
184.5
5,3
179.2
1693
9.9
140.8
109.0
14.9
27.9
21.5
n.a.
96
2.6
45
10.2

125.7
1120
529.7
185.0
5.0
180.0
169 8
10.2
14L6
110 1
15.4
27.5
21,7
n.a,
103
2.6
46
10.9

126,2
1127
531,2
184,9
52
179.7
169 8
9.9
142.7
111 0
15.5
26.8
220
n.a.
10 5
2.6
47
10,5

128.0
112.8
535.3
185.5
5.6
179.9
169.8
10.1
143.9
112.0
16.0
26.3
22.1
n.a.
10.8
2,6
48
11.3

128.6
113.2
538.8
186.7
6.1
180.6
170.5
10.1
145,1
112,9
16.3
25.9
22.4
n.a,
10 8
2.8
48
11.0

131.3
113 3
544.8
188,1
6.3
181.8
171 5
10.3
146.2
1140
17.0
26.3
226
n.a.
11 1
2.8
49
11,8

133.1
113 8
5500
189.7
67
183.0
1726
103
147.5
115 2
17.0
26.3
22 9
n.a.
11 7
28
50
120

136.3
113 5
555 1
190.9
80
182.9
172 9
100
148 8
116 3
17 7
26.4
23 2
n.a,
11 7
28
51
12 2

19 77
2

1 Total loans and securities

2 U S government securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and industrial10
6
Bankers acceptances held3
7
Other commercial 4 industrial . .
and
8
U S addressees
9
Non-U S addressees4
10 Real estate10
1 1 Individual
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions10
14 Agricultural
15 States and jiolitical subdivisions . . . .
17
18
19

Foreign official institutions
Lease financing receivables
All other loans

809.5

815.6

823.7

830.7

839.8

846.1

853.5

863.3

869.4

877.1

886.1

891.9

137.8
113 3
558.3
191 5
7.1
184.5
173.9
10.6
150 1
117.7
18 8
26.3
23 4
n.a.
11.8
2.9
51
10.8

138.7
113 6
563.3
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
51
10.7

141.0
113 1
569.7
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
51
11.1

139.1
115 6
576.0
196 1
6.8
189.3
179.2
10.1
1560
122.8
196
25.6
244
n.a.
12.2
2.6
5.1
11.5

139,3
117 3
583.2
197 8
6.7
191.2
181,1
10.1
158 3
125.0
19 5
25.6
249
n.a.
12.6
2.6
52
11.8

139.4
117 7
589.0
1997
6.4
193.3
183.1
10.2
1606
126.8
19 1
25.4
25 2
n.a.
12.4
2.5
52
12,2

138.8
119 1
595.6
201 1
6.5
194.6
184 6
10.1
163 1
128.8
196
25.0
25 5
n.a.
12.5
2.6
52
12.2

138.3
119.7
605.2
203 3
6.7
196.6
186.5
10.1
165.7
130.6
20.2
25.0
25.6
n.a.
12.8
2.7
5.3
14.0

137.6
120.6
611.2
2047
6.7
197.9
187.6
10.4
167.9
132.3
20.9
25.2
25 7
n.a.
13,2
2.7
5.4
13.2

136.6
121 5
618.9
2070
6.9
200,1
189,6
10.5
1703
134.0
20.9
25.7
25.7
n.a.
13.6
2.7
5.5
13.6

136.2
122 7
627.2
209 2
6.9
202.3
191 9
10.4
172 8
135.9
21 5
25.6
25 8
n.a.
13.4
2.5
56
14.7

136.6
122 7
6326
211 0
7.7
203.3
193 5
98
175 2
138.3
21 0
25.8
25 8
n.a,
13.7
2.7
57
13.3

19 78
2

1 Total loans and securities

2 U S Eovernmunt securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and industrial 3
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial 4 industrial . .
and
8
U S addressees
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
.




899.4

906.6

918.2

930.0

941.1

952.0

963.7

971.4

981.8

993.4 1,006.2 1,014.4

1364
122.5
640.5
213 3
6.8
206.5
196 3
10.3
178.1
140.1
21.7
25.3
25 9
n.a.
14.1
2.9
58
13.3

137 7
122.2
646.7
216 2
6.3
209.9
199 4
10.5
180.6
141.9
20.6
25.1
260
n.a.
14.6
3.0
5.9
12.6

138 4
122.9
656.9
220 3
6,5
213.8
203 1
10,7
183.2
144.0
20,8
25.1
260
n.a.
15,7
3.1
60
12.8

138 5
124.3
667.2
223 7
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
14.0

138 1
124.9
678.0
227 8
6.3
221.5
210 2
11.3
188.7
149,1
21.0
25.6
262
n.a.
14.9
3.0
6,2
15.6

138 1
125.8
688.1
231,1
6.5
224.6
213 1
11.5
192.0
151.9
21.1
25.9
26.5
n.a.
16.4
3.0
6.3
14.1

138 8
125.5
699.4
233 8
6.3
227.5
215 9
11.6
195.1
155.3
21.1
26.2
267
n.a.
16,6
3.0
6,4
15.0

139.2
125,8
706.4
235.8
6.0
229.8
217.8
12.0
198.5
158.4
20,2
26.3
27.1
n.a.
15.9
3.4
6.6
14.3

139.7
127.0
715.1
237.7
6.3
231.4
219.0
12.4
201.4
159.7
20.8
26.4
27.3
n.a.
16.6
3.8
6.7
14.6

139.9
127.4
726.2
240.4
6.7
233.7
221 1
12.6
204.5
162.4
19.9
25,9
27.7
n.a.
18.2
4.1
6.9
16.2

139 3
128.0
738.9
2440
6,6
237,4
224 2
13,2
207.6
163.8
19.8
26.0
28.0
n.a.
20.0
4.6
7.2
17.8

137 6
129.3
747.5
246 2
6.7
239.5
225 8
13.7
210.5
164.7
19.6
26.2
28.2
n.a.
21.5
5.1
74
18.1

31

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

19 79
Source

Jan,
2 11

1 Total loans and securities *

2 U.S. government securities
3 Other securities11
4 Total loans and leases2*11 11
....
5 Commercial and industrial 3
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial 4 industrial . ,
and
8
U.S. addressees
9
Non-U S addressees4
10 Real estate11
...
...
11 Individual11
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions11 . . .
14 Agricultural
15 States and political subdivisions . . . .
16 Foreign banks
17 Foreign official institutions11
18 Lease financing receivables
19 All other loans11 , .

Feb.

Mar,

Apr.

May

July

j June

Aug.

Sept,

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1,026.5 1,034.4 1,046.8 1,060.4 1,069.8 1,082.8 1,097.0 1,108.5 1,125.9 1,131.5 1,130.2 1,136.2
136.9
134.0
755.6
250.7

135.8
135.4
7632
254.5

243.9
228.8
15.1
212.4
165.4
20.1
26.5
28.4
n.a.
21.7

17.7

6.7

5.3
7.4

137.3
136.3
773.2
258.3

138.1
137.0
785.4
263.3

247.4
232.0
15 5
214.5
168.0
21.2
26,2
28.6
n.a.
21.2

251.2
235.3
15 8
216.7
170.2
21.0
26.3
28.7
n.a.
21.4

256.3
240.1
16,3
219.2
172.3
21.7
26.8
29.1
n.a.
21.0

5.7
7.7

5.7
7.9

15.9

17.1

18.5

7.1

5.4
75

7.1

7.0

138,8
136.7
794.3
267.9
7.0
260.9
244.0
16 8
221.2
174.7
22.3
27.2
29.2
n.a.
20.0
5.3
8.0
18.4

140.2
138.0
818.8
276.5

139,9
136.9
806.1
272.1
7.3
264.8
247.5
17.3
224.4
176.8
22.2
27.5
29.4
n.a.
21.8
5.1
8.1
18.5

7.8
268.7
251.3
17.4
228.1
178.2
23.3
28.3
29.6
n.a.
21.9

5,3
8.3
19.3

139.7
139.6
829,2
280.4

141.3
140.8
843,9
285.4

142.6
141.3
847.7
287.2

143.0
141.9
845.4
288.2

144.4
142.0
8499
291.3

272,9
254,7
18.2
230.7
180.0
22.9
28.7
29.9
n.a.
21.2

277.6
258.7

279.6
260.7

233.6
181,7
23.9
29.0
30.1
n.a.
22.8

236.6
182.7
21.0
30.0
30.4
n.a.
21.7

280.6
261.6
19.0
239,1
183.8
18.4
29.7
30.8
n.a.
19.1

283.1
261.9
19 1
2420
184.5
18.6

21.2

22.0

21.9

20.3

7.5

5.7
8.5

7.7

189

6.6
8.7

7.6

189

7.2
8.8

7.7

6.9
9.0

8.3

293
31,1
n.a.
18.6

6.9
93

184

19 80
1 Total loans and securities2'13
2 U.S. government securities14
3 Other securities14 . . . .
....
4 Total loans and leases2-13 13
5 Commercial and industrial 3
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial 4and industrial . . .
8
U S addressees -12
9
Non-U.S addressees4-12
10 Real estate13
1 1 Individual
12 Security12
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'2-13
....

1,142.5 1,154.9 1,164.8 1,164.1 1,159.9 1,158.9 1,168.4 1,187.3 1,195.8 1,207.9 1,226.7 1,240.5
143.9
143.2
855.4
295.6

145.7
143 8
865.4
299 2

287.4
267.6
19,8
244.5
185.1
17.7
29.0
31.2
n.a.
18.4

290,5
2705
20.0
2480
187.3
17.5
29.2
31.3
n.a.
18.9
74

8.1

7.3
9,5
17.1

8.7

9.7
170

147.1
144.1
873.6
302.9

146.1
145.6
872.4
303.1

294.7
274.7
20.0
250.1
187.4
16.5
30.0
31.3
n.a.
19.5

295.3
275.2
20.2
251.9
184.8
15.7
29.4
31.2
n.a.
20.3

18.4

10.0
18.2

8.2

7.6
9.8

7,8

7.8

148.3
147.7
863.9
300 1
8.3
291.8
271.2
.20.5
252 0
181.6
15.2
27.5
31.2
n.a.
20.9
7.9
10.1
17 3

151.5
148.8
858.6
298.4
8.4
289.9
269.5
20,4
252.5
179.5
15.4
26.4
30.8
n.a.
20.5
8.5
10.3
16.2

155.3
150.5
862.6
300.3

160.6
151.1
875.6
3065

162.7
151.5
881.6
310.6

164.3
153.6
890.0
315.1

168.1
154.2
904.3
322.5

170,6
154.5
915.4
327 4

291.3
271.1
20.2
253.8
178.9
14.9
26.8
30,8
n.a.
20.9

297.0
275.7
21.3
254.9
178.5
15.8
27.0
31,0
n.a.
22.0

301.4
279.9
21.5
256.2
178.3
15.7
27.4
31.0
n.a.
21.9

313.3
291.2
22.0
260.6
178.9
16.8
28.5
31.4
n.a,
23.2

10.4
16.6

10.5
19.9

10.6
20.1

305.9
284.6
21.3
258.3
178.4
16.2
28.0
31.2
n.a.
22.1
10.3
10.7
19.7

319.2
296.7
22,4
2626
179.2
17.7
29.3
31.6
n.a.
23.5
11 5
10.9
21 8

9.0

9.3

9.5

95

9.2

9.8

9.2

9.2

109

10.8
20.8

8.2

19 81
1 Total loans and securities2 1517
2 U S government securities
3 Other securities17
4 Total loans and leases2-13-17 15 16
5 Commercial and industrial *
6
Bankers acceptances held3
7
Other commercial 4 industrial . .
and
8
U.S. addressees
9
Non-U.S. addressees4-17
10 Real estate15
11 Individual
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions15
14 Agricultural
IS States and political subdivisions . . . .
16 Foreign banks17
17 Foreign official institutions17
18 Leasefinancingreceivables15
19 All other loans'7 . .

32




1,249.1 1,252.1 1,258.8 1,265.6 1,280.1 1,289.3 1,291.2 1,298.9 1,505.5 1,314.6 1,320.6 1,308.2
173.8
155.1
920.2
329.6

9.0

320.6
296.6
24.0
2642
179.2
19,0
29.3
31.8
n.a.
24.0
11.6
11.2
20.3

1747
155.5
921 9
329.6
89
320.6
296.2
24.4
2660
179.9
18.7
29.0
32.0
n.a.
23 6
11.4
11.7
20 1

175.4
156.5
926.9
331.2

176.5
156.2
933.0
333.6

322.2
297.7
24.6
267 7
180.5
19.3
28.6
32.1
n.a.
22.8
11.1
11.8
21.7

324.0
298.9
25.1
269.5
180.1
19,9
28,8
32.3
n.a.
23.1
11.0
11.9
22.7

9.0

9.6

179 1
155.6
945 4
339.0
9.7
329.3
303.1
26.2
271 8
180.8
20.7
29.7
32.5
n.a.
24 2
11.1
12.0
23.6

180,9
155.7
952,6
344.2
10.1
334.0
307.7
26.4
273.7
181.0
21.3
30.1
32.6
n.a.
24 2
11.2
12.2
22.3

181.0
155.3
954.9
346.7

181 4
154.8
9626
350.1

180.0
156.2
9694
353.0

1803
158.8
975.4
356.6

337.6
311.4
26,3
274.9
181.1
20.5
30.0
32.7
n.a.
24.3
11.3
12.3
21.1

343.1
316.2
27.0
2770
181.7
18.5
30.4
32.8
n.a.
246
11.4
12.4
23.6

346.7
319.8
26.9
278 7
182.2
19.6
30.3
32.9
n.a.
246
11.5
12.5
24.0

349.9
323.3
26.6
280 3
182.2
19.7
30.1
33.0
n.a.
23 9
11.7
12.6
25,5

9.1

70

63

68

177 0
162.2
981 4
360.4

1792
160.6
9684
355.9

353.8
326.9
26.8
281 9
182,2
20.9
30.0
33.0
n.a.
23 6
11,9
12,7
24,8

349.3
333.1
16.2
284 1
182.5
21 0
30.0
33.1
n.a.
17 7

66

66

7.5

12 7
23 7

14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
A. Seasonally adjusted—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
1982

Source

Jan. | Feb. [ Mar. | Apr.

1 Total loans and securities2-18-19
2 U.S. government19 20
securities18-19 .
3 Other securities18- 4 Total loans and leases2-18'19-20
5 Commercial and industrial20
Bankers acceptances held3
6
7
Other commercial and industrial
8
U.S, addressees4
Non-US.
9
10 Real estate18-19-20
11 Individual
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions20 .
14 Agricultural
15 States and political subdivisions
16 Foreign banks
17 Foreign official institutions . . . .
18 Lease financing20receivables . . .
19 All other loans

May

June | July | Aug. | Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1,310.0 1,321.0 1,330.3 1,340.7 1,349.0 1,356.0 1,363.7 1,371.5 1,379.1 1,389.4 1,391.1 1,401.1
181.1
159.4
969.6
358.1
6.3
351.7
338.8
12.9
286.0
182.9
20.7
30.3
33.3

n.a.
15.8
5.9
12,9
23.7

182.5
159,5
979.0
362.9
6.5
356.4
343.6
12.8
288.5
183.4
20.8
30.8
33.6
n.a,
16.4
5.6
13.0
23.9

181.7
161.1
987.5
366.6
6.7
359.9
346.9
13.0
291,1
183.8
20,9
31.7
33,9
n.a.
15.8
5.2
13.1
25.4

184,8 184.0 185.4 186.6 188.9 190.9 194.9 197.5 201,9
160.9 161.8 161.8 161.9 161.3 161.5 162.0 161.7 165.3
995.0 1,003,2 1,008.8 1,015.2 1,021.4 1,026.7 1,032.5 1,031.9 1,033.9
371.7 376.9 380.5 384.3 385.9 390,9 393.1 392.5 392.5
7.1
6.6
6.3
7.6
7.3
6.8
7.6
6.9
7.1
364.6 369,6 373.9 378.1 379,1 383,3 385.4 385.6 385.4
351.8 356.3 360.6 365.1 366.2 370.4 373.1 373.2 373.0
12.8
13.3
13.3
13.0
13.0
12.9
12.4
12.3
12.3
292.7 294.4 295.9 296.4 297.4 298.2 298.8 299.4 299.9
184.3 184.7 185.6 185.9 186.0 186.3 186.7 187.2 188.2
21,0
20.8
20,6
22.1
23.7
23,0
24.1
24.8
24.4
32.2
32.1
32.2
32.1
31.9
31,5
31.7
31.8
31.3
34,3
34.5
35.7
34.9
35.3
36.0
36.2
36.2
36.2
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a,
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
14.6
14.2
14.1
14,2
14.3
13.8
14.0
14.2
14.4
5.2
5.5
5.7
6.0
5.3
5.8
5.8
5.9
5.6
13.1
13.2
13.3
13,3
13.4
13.2
13.3
13.4
13.3
26.1
25.7
26,0
27.1
28.1
27.4
26.9
28.1
27.9

1983
2 26

1 Total loans and securities -

2 U.S. government securities
3 Other securities23
4 Total loans and leases2-23'26
5 Commercial and industrial24
Bankers acceptances held3
Other commercial and industrial
U.S. addressees4-23
Non-U.S. addressees4-25
Real estate21-22-24 . ..
Individual21-22
Security
Nonbank financial institutions
Agricultural
States and political subdivisions ..
Foreign banks
Foreign official institutions
18 Lease financing receivables
19 All other loans52-25-26

1,413.2 1,419.1 1,430.9 1,442.5 1,452.4 1,467.2 1,480.4 1,495.3 1,506.3 1,522.9 1,539.8 1,553.5
208.6 213.0 220.5 226.9 234.1 240.1 241.0 242.1 246.2 253.2 256,6 259.7
167.7 167.5 166.6 168.0 169.3 170.9 172.1 173.3 173.3 172.5 172,8 170.1
1,036.9 1,038.6 1,043.8 1,047.6 1,049.0 1,056.1 1,067.3 1,079.9 1,086.8 1,097.2 1,110.4 1,123.7
394.3 394.6 395.3 393.7 391.5 393.3 397.2 401.1 402.3 405.7 410.5 414.0
6.4
6.0
6.2
5.9
7.5
6.6
6.3
6.3
6.7
6.7
6.4
6.6
386.8 387.9 388.6 387.2 385.5 387.3 390.9 394.8 396.0 399.0 404.0 407.6
374.5 375.6 375.9 375.0 372.8 374.9 378.9 382.8 383.9 386.6 391.4 395.4
12.1
12.2
12.4
12.0
12.1
12,3
12.6
12.2
12.6
12.8
12.3
12.3
302.3 303.8 304.9 306.8 308.8 311.1 314.4 317.4 320.8 324.3 327.7 330.9
188.2 188.5 189,8 190,9 192.3 194,1 197.0 200.1 202.9 206,7 210.1 213.1
25.4
24.2
23.4
25.9
24.1
23,9
23.7
26,7
26.0
23.6
26.8
27.3
30.6
30.7
30.8
30.8
30.6
30,6
31.1
31.6
31.6
30.7
30.5
31.5
38.0
37.6
37.5
38.5
37,8
37.7
37.1
36.8
39.2
38.9
38,1
36.5
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
14.4
15.2
14.5
14.5
15.2
14.3
15.1
14.5
14.7
15.0
13,1
14.5
7.4
7.1
7.5
7.3
7.3
6.7
8.8
7.0
6.3
5.8
7.9
9.5
13.4
13.4
13.4
13.2
13.4
13.4
13.6
13.4
13.4
13.5
13.3
13,7
28.4
30.5
29.2
26.4
28.7
31.8
28.5
28.0
26.8
29.8
25.8
32.7

1984
2 27 30

1 Total loans and securities - -

1,567.8 1,585.2 1,598.5 1,613.3 1,630.0 1,639.2 1,653.7 1,666.3 1,679.2 1,691.8 1,708.7 1,722.6

260,5 260.5 260.5 259.4 258.9 256.6 257.6 258.2 258.6 259.1 259.4 260.9
2 U.S. government securities27
143.6 142.1 142.3 142,3 141.4 140.9 140.8 141.7 142.6 142.7 142.7 142.1
3 Other securities27
2 27 30
1,163.7 1,182.7 1,195.8 1,211,5 1,229.7 1,241.7 1,255.3 1,266.4 1,278.0 1,290.0 1,306.6 1,319.7
4 Total loans and leases - - 27 30
416.1 422.9 431.8 437.4 445.9 450.8 454,6 458.3 461.0 465.9 471.0 472.9
5 Commercial and industrial - . . . .
5.8
5.9
6.1
5.6
5.7
5.3
5.8
6.0
5.8
5.5
5.3
5.3
6
Bankers acceptances held3-27 . . .
410.8 417.6 426.4 432.1 440.1 444.9 448.6 452.5 455.5 460.2 465.0 467,2
7
Other commercial and industrial
398.9 405,8 414.0 420.2 427.9 433.5 437.1 441.1 444.5 449.6 454.2 456,6
8
U.S. addressees4-28-29-30'31
11.4
12.4
11.4
11.5
11.0
10.6
12.0
12.2
10.8
11.8
11.9
9
Non-U.S, addressees4
10.5
333.9 338.2 342.2 346.5 349.9 353.8 357.0 360.6 364,6 367.6 372.8 376.4
10 Real estate27-28-29-30
30
215.5 218.7 221.8 225.5 229.6 233.6 236.9 239.8 243.1 246.1 249.8 254.0
11 Individual**29.2
29.4
29.4
28.3
27.8
29.3
29.4
33.3
26.9
31.2
32.1
30.8
12 Security
31.4
31.3
31.2
30.6
31.2
30.9
31.4
30.4
30.3
31.5
30.4
31.5
13 Nonbank financial institutions27-30 . . .
40.2
40.4
40.3
40.4
40.5
40.4
39.5
39.8
40.3
40,3
40.2
40.1
14 Agricultural
37.0
41.3
43.8
39.0
40.5
41.9
42.4
33.8
34.9
37.8
45.3
35.9
15 States and political subdivisions21
12.0
11.2
12.5
12.1
11.7
11.1
12.5
11.9
11.0
12,8
13.2
11.0
16 Foreign banks
8.8
9.4
9.0
8.8
9.3
8.9
8.0
8.8
9.0
8.8
7.5
7.4
17 Foreign official institutions
15.4
14.2
14.4
15.1
15.8
14.0
14.6
14.8
15,6
13.8
13.9
16.1
18 Lease financing receivables . . .
30.4
32.1
29.2
30.6
30.8
30.8
29.7
29.5
31.9
32.8
28.6
28.5
19 All other loans27-31




14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
A. Seasonally adjusted—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
1985

Source

Jan.
2

1 Total loans and securities

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

1,736.1 1,751.1 1,763.8 1,773.6 1,792.5 1,808.5 1,822.2 1,833,9 1,847.2 1,855.5 1,876.0 1,900.4

2 U S. government securities
. . . . 262.8 267 9 268.1 265,4 270.2 273.1 275.4 275.1 275,5 274.2 2760 273 .1
144.2 142.7 140.6 142.5 144.7 147,2 148.5 150.7 153.6 157,3 163.3 177.6
3 Other securities
2
1,329.2 1,340.5 1,355.1 1,365.7 1,377.6 1,388.2 1,398.2 1,408.0 1,418.0 1,424.0 1,436.8 1,449.7
4 Total loans and leases
4
4745 478 4 483.2 483.9 486.1 487.6 488,5 489.7 492.1 492.7 495.7 499.5
5 Commercial and industrial 3
5.1
5.2
5.1
5.5
6.5
5.3
6
Bankers acceptances held . , . . . .
6.3
5.9
4.9
4.9
4.9
4,9
7
Other commercial 4and industrial . . 469.0 472.1 476.7 478.0 480.8 482.5 483.4 484,6 487.1 487.8 490.7 494,7
458.9 462 1 466,1 468.0 470.7 473.3 474.4 475.6 478.3 479.4 482.4 486.0
8
U S addressees -34 4
9.0
9.0
8.8
8.4
8.3
10,6
10.0
9.2
9
Non-U S, addressees
10.1
8.7
10.1
10.0
379.2 383.3 386.7 390.0 394.1 397.9 402.2 405.9 409.5 414.0 418.0 422.4
10 Real estate35
1 1 Individual
...
258.3 262,4 266.5 270.2 273.4 276,6 280.0 282.9 285.4 287.5 289,7 291.5
37.3
40.4
39.0
40,9
39.7
39.2
39.8
32.4
32.3
33.6
35,6
40.1
12 Security
31.4
30.8
31.5
31.2
30.7
30.8
30.6
30.9
31,3
32.0
32.6
13 Nonbank financial institutions32
30.8
39.4
39.2
39.0
38.6
39.1
38,9
38.3
37.9
37.1
39.8
396
36.3
14 Agricultural
..
47.2
47.5
48.8
47.9
48.8
50.0
47.0
47.0
47.5
46.8
49.3
52.8
15 States and political subdivisions35 . , .
9.6
10.7
10.4
10.3
10.0
9.7
16 Foreign banks33
9.9
9.3
9.0
11.0
10.9
9.1
33
6.8
6.8
6.8
6.6
6.2
6.9
6.5
6,5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
17 Foreign official institutions
16.8
17.3
17.5
18.0
17.8
18,1
18.3
18.4
16.2
16.4
17.0
18 Lease financing receivables
18.8
34.4
37.7
34.8
38.5
40.3
32.8
33,7
34.4
35.0
38,0
39.6
19 All other loans52-34
32,8

B. Not seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
Source
1 Total loans and securities2
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 4 industrial . .
and
8
U S addressees
....
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

1973

1972
Feb.

Dec.

Jan.

577.1

575.2 580.1

89.9
93 5
393.7
138.5
2.5
136.0
130.6
5,4
98 3
86,9
16.9
22.0
14.2
n.a.
4,1
1,6
1.4
9.7

90.0
92 9
392,3
138,7
2.4
136.3
130 8
5.6
990
87.1
15.9
22.2
14.5
n.a.
4.1
1.6
1.5
7.8

Mar.

Apr.

May

590.8 597.8 604.1

Aug.

June

July

613.3

620.5 627.8 633.2 637.0 642.3 653.2

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dee.

82.8 86.9 89.1
81.8
86.5 85,2 85.2 82.9 82.9 81.9 80.9
96.4 97.0 98.5 99.4 1000 989 99.6
945 94,6 95.7
93.5
400.0 411.2 418.0 425.4 434.0 441.6 448.4 452.1 454,2 456.5 464.5
142.7 148.5 152.1 154.5 157.8 160.5 162.1 162.9 163.4 163.9 166.7
2.7
2.6
2.9
3.0
3.0
2.4
2.6
2.5
2.6
2.6
2,6
140.4 145,9 149.5 151.8 154.8 157.5 159.2 160.4 160.8 161.4 164,1
134.6 139,6 143.3 145,4 148.3 150.9 152.7 154,0 154 5 1550 157.6
6.5
6.5
6.4
6.4
6,3
6.4
6.3
6,3
6.6
5.8
6,5
100.4 1020 103.7 105.3 107.4 109.4 111.4 113.3 114 8 1164 117.5
87,8 88.9 90,4 91.8 93.2 94.8 96.5 97.4 98,0 98.8 99.3
13.3
12.7 13.7 13.1
15.4
13.9
13,0 12.9
13.8 13.6
15.1
28.8 28.2 27.8 28.9
22.8 24.1 24.9 25,8 26.9 27,9 28.6
15,5 15.8
17.1
16.6
16,2 16.5
14.7 15.0 15.2
17.0
16.7
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a,
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
6.2
6.3
5.9
6,1
6.0
6,2
5.1
6.4
6.5
5.9
6.0
1.7
1.8
1.7
1.7
1.7
2.1
1.7
1.8
1.8
1.7
1.9
1.6
2.1
1.9
2.0
2,0
1.8
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.5
1.9
9.7 10.1
9.3
8.5
8.1
9.9 10.3
7,8
9,9 10.3
10,2
1974

1 Total loans and securities2'3'6
2 U.S. government securities
....
3 Other securities3-6
4 Total loans and leases2'5'6 6 7
5 Commercial and industrial ' 3
6
Bankers acceptances held
.,.
7
Other commercial 4 industrial
and
8
U.S. addressees
9
Non-U.S. addressees4
10 Real estate5-6-7
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

34




654.7 655.4 666.2 679.7 685.6 694.2 699.9 704.8 708.5 708.8 711.2 719.8

89.2 90.2 89.9
89.9
100.4 101.1 102.6 103.2
464.4 465.1 473.4 486.6
167.1 167.5 173.3 180.8
2.7
2.5
2,9
2.6
164.5 165,0 170.5 177.9
158.0 158.4 163.8 170.9
6.7
6.6
7.0
6.5
118.5 119.4 120,5 122.1
99.4 99.2 99.1 100.0
12.7 12.4
11.4
11.8
29.1 28.6 29.6 31.3
17.4 17.7
17.8
17.3
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
6.2
6.4
7.0
8.0,
2.1
2.0
2.5
2.1
2.4
2.2
2.5
2.3
9.8 10.3
9,6 10.1

86.5
105.0
494.0
183.3
3.1
180.2
173.1
7.1
123.7
100.9
11.7
31.9
18,0
n.a.
8.1
2.5
2.7
11.1

85.6
83,0 83.9
82.5 81.4 84.5 87.2
106.2 106.9 106.6 107,6 108.3 107.1 107.8
502.4 510.1 514.4 518.4 519.1 519,6 524.8
186.1 190.4 191.5 193.6 194.7 185.9 198.6
3.4
3.6
3.3
3.3
3.4
3.6
3.8
182.7 186.7 188.3 190.3 191.3 192,3 194.8
175.3 178.9 180.5 182.7 183.7 184.7 187.1
7.4
7.8
7.8
7.6
7.5
7.6
7.7
125.2 126,8 127.9 128.9 129.6 130.2 130.4
101.9 102.7 103.6 104.0 103.9 103.4 103.1
12.3 11.4
12.5 12.8
12.8 12.9
13.6
33,1 34.2 34.5 34.9 34.2 34.2 35.0
18.3
18.4 18.6
18.5
18.3 18,3 18.2
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
8.7
9.0
9.3
8.8
8.4
8.2
8.8
2.6
2.7
2.6
2.3 • 2,3
2,2
2.2
2.8
2.9
2.9
3.0
3.1
3,1
3.2
11.4
11,5 11.2
11.5
11.1
11.9
11,8

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

1975
Source

Jan.
1 Total loans and securities2
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 4 industrial . ,
and
8
U S addressees
9
Non-U S addressees4
10 Real estate
. ..
11 Individual
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions
14 Agricultural
.
....
15 State and political subdivisions
16 Foreign banks
18
19

Lease financing receivables
All other loans
.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

714.4

707.4

713.3

716.9

718.0

723.8

724.5

726.3

733.2

736.5

740.1

751.5

87.1
108.0
519.3
197.2
3.7
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

86.5
108.6
512,4
194.5
4.1
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

91.7
108.8
512.9
193.9
4.1
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

96.9
108.5
511.5
194.3
3.8
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

98,7
108.6
510.7
192.7
4.1
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

1976
2

1 Total loans and securities

2 U S government securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases2
5 Commercial and industrial8*'
....
6
Bankers acceptances held3
7
Other commercial 4 industrial . .
and
8
U S addressees
9
Non-U 9S addressees4
10 Real estate8'
....
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 loans*
....

745.0

743.0

750.9

757.8

761.0

769.5

769.7

775.1

781.1

789.4

797.8

811.5

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
8.7

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 A
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

1977
2

1 Total loans and securities

809.9

2 U S government securities
, . 138.3
112.8
3 Other securities . . 2, ,
4 Total loans and leases
. . . . 558.8
5 Commercial and industrial1"3
. . . 191.0
7.9
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial 4 industrial . . 183.1
and
8
U S addressees
. . . . 172.6
10.5
9
Non-U S addressees4
10 Real estate10
. . . . 150.2
1 1 Individual
. . . . 117.9
18.9
12 Security
26.2
13 Nonbank financial institutions10
23.2
14 Agricultural
....
n.a.
15 States and political subdivisions . . . .
12.3
16 Foreign banks
....
2.9
17 Foreign official institutions
....
5.1
18 Lease financing receivables
11.0
19 All other loans




810.7

821.6

831.3

838.3

848.0

852.6

861.2

869.7

877.6

887.2

899.0

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

35

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

1978
Source

Jan.

1 Total loans and securities2
2 U.S. government securities
3 Other securities
4 Total loans and leases
5 Commercial and industrial 3
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial 4 industrial . .
and
8
U.S. addressees
. .
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

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

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

136.6
122.3
641.8
212.9

138.3
121.6
642.8
214.7

140.1
122.2
653.4
219.7

141.8
123.7
664.6
224.4

6.1

138.7
125.8
688.8
231.7

137.4
125.3
699.3
233.9

137.5
125.6
705.1
234,7

138.9
127.0
716.3
237.2

137.9
127.8
728.8
240.6

138.1
128.5
740.8
244.3

205.4
194.9
10.4
178.3
140,5
21.9
25 3
25.6
n.a.
149

6.5

6.4

138.3
125.4
675.0
228.1

208.2
197.7
10.6
180.2
140.9
19.9
24.9
25.5
n.a.
14,1

213.3
202.5
10.8
182.4
142.2
20.5
24.8
25.4
n.a.
15.4

218.3
207.4
10.9
184.9
145.0
21.2
25.2
25.6
n.a.
15.2

227.9
216.6
11.3
195.0
155.2
20.5
26.2
27.1
n.a.
16.6

229.1
217.3
11.7
198.7
159.0
20.4
26.4
27.5
n.a.
15.4

231.0
218.9
12.1
202.0
161.1
20.7
26.7
27.8
n.a.
17.1

233.9
221.3
12.7
205.5
163.8
19.8
25.9
28.1
n.a.
18.7

240.5
226.0
14.5
211.0
165.8
20.6

3.0
5.9

3.1
6.0

3,0
6,1

237.4
223.9
13.5
208.5
164.7
20.2
26,1
28.2
n.a.
19,8

13.5

13.8

14,0

17.2

18 6

7.5

2,9
5.8
13 7

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

6.3

225.4
214.4
11.0
191.5
151.5
21.5
25.9
26.6
n.a.
16.3

6.0

3.0
6.3

3.0
6.4

14.5

15.3

5.7

3.4
6.5

13.0

6.2

3,8
6.7
13.2

6.7

4.1
6.9

15.2

Nov.

6.9

4.6
7.2

Dec.

138.3
130.0
754.2
247,7

7.2

266
28.1
n.a.
23 2

5.1
7.5

1979
1 Total loans and securities2*11
2 U.S. government securities
3 Other securities11 ,
4 Total loans and leases2*11
5 Commercial and industrial113
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial 4 industrial . .
and
8
U S addressees
9
Non-U.S. addressees4
. ...
10 Real estate11
11 Individual11 .
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions11
14 Agricultural
,
....
IS States and political subdivisions
16 Foreign banks ...
.
....
17 Foreign official institutions 11
18 Lease financing 1receivables
19 All other loans'

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

136.5
134.9
760.1
253.3

138.7
135.9
769.4
257.8

140.9
136.5
782.6
264.2

138.7
137,3
790,3
268.1

140.5
136.8
806.3
272.5

139.2
137.4
817.9
276.4

7.6

250.8
234.8
16.0
215.9
168.3
20.7
26.0
28.1
n.a.
20.9

261.4
245 1
16.3
220.6
173.7
21.5

28.2
n.a.
23.0
53

246.1
2305
15.6
214.2
167.1
20.5
26 1
28.1
n.a.
20.5
54

257.4
241.1
16.3
218.2
170.8
21.9
26.6
28.5
n.a.
20.4

7.2

243.3
227 8
15.6
212.7
1662
20.3

5.7
7.7

5.7
7.8

29.1
n.a.
19.2

265.3
248.7
16.6
223.8
176,3
22.8
27.5
29.6
n.a.
21.6

18.4

17.3

18.2

18.4

17.9

18.9

7.2

265

7.5

7.2

7.6

7.0

6.8

68

270

5.3
8.0

5.1
8.1

138.3
139.2
826.4
278.8

140.8
140.5
845,2
284.9

141.0
141.5
850.7
287.7

141.8
142.2
847.4
288.4

268.8
251.6
17.2
227.8
177.7
22.5
28.2
30.1
n.a.
21,8

271.6
253.8
17.8
230.8
180.3
23.0
28.8
30.4
n.a.
20.4

277.2
258.5
18,7
234.3
183.0
23.6
29.2
30.7
n.a.
23.5

280.2
261.0
19.2
237.6
184.2
20.8
30.0
30.8
n.a.
22,4

284.0
2642
19.8
242.6
1859
19.7

20.0

6.6
8.7

7.2
8.8

280.6
261,2
19.4
240.0
184.8
18.8
29.8
30.9
n.a.
19.0

19.5

20.8

21.0

19.7

19.3

5.3
8.3

7.2

5.7
8.5

7.7

7.5

7.9

6.9
9.0

144.6
143.0
857.4
293.0

90

297
30.9
n.a.
20.0

69
9.3

1980
2 13

1 Total loans and securities *

14

2 U.S. government securities
3 Other securities14 . . .
.
. .
4 Total loans and leases2*13
13
5 Commercial and industrial 3
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial4and industrial . . .
8
U.S. addressees *12
9
Non-U.S. addressees4-12
10 Real estate13 . . .
11 Individual
12 Security12
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 loans12*13

36




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
143.9
143.6
859 6
295.9
85
287.4
267,0
20.3
244.9
186.3
18.1
29.0
30.9
n.a.
194

7.3
9.6

18 2

146.4
143.6
863 2
298.3

148.3
144.0
8697
302.4

148,7
145.2
869.5
304.0

148.2
148.4
8594
300.0

152.3
148.5
8582
298.4

154.4
149.4
860.9
299.8

159.2
150.6
871 8
304,7

162.2
150.9
883.0
310.3

162.7
153.6
893.1
315.7

166.6
154.6
906.4
322.4

289.6
269.4
20.2
247.6
186.6
17.0
29.1
30.7
n.a.
18.5

294.4
274.3
20.1
249.3
185.6
16.3
29.8
30.6
n.a.
19.1

296.4
276,3
20.1
250.9
183.4
15.8
29.3
30.6
n.a.
19.7

292.1
272.1
19.9
251 4
180,5
14.7
27.3
31.1
n.a.
20 1

289.9
270.2
19.7
252.0
178.9
15.7
26.4
31.1
n.a.
20.1

291.0
271.0
20.0
253.4
178.0
14.3
26.7
31.3
n.a.
20.6

295.5
274.4
21.1
255.0
178.5
15.7
27.1
31.5
n.a.
21.3

301.1
279.7
21.4
256.8
179.3
15.3
27.6
31.6
n.a.
22.4

10.1

19.1

10.0
18.0

10.2
16,8

10.4
17.1

10.4
18.0

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

87

7.4
9.7

18 1

8.0

7.6
9.9

7.6

7.8

8.0

7.9

162

8.5

8.5

8.8

9.3

9.2

9.5

9.2

9.8

9.1

9.2

170.4
1558
923 6
3292
88
320.4
297.2

232

263 3
180.9
19 I

296

31,4
n.a.
25 1
11.5
10,9
22.7

14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
19 81

Source

Jan.
2 15 17

1 Total loans and securities - *

2 U S government securities
3 Other securities17
4 Total loans and leases2*15-17 15 16
5 Commercial and industrial *
. .
6
Bankers acceptances held3
7
Other commercial 4 industrial . .
and
8
U S addressees
9
Non-U S addressees4*17
10 Real estate15
11 Individual
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions15
14 Agricultural
15 States and political subdivisions . . . .
16 Foreign banks17
17 Foreign official institutions17
18 Lease financing 7receivables15
19 All other loans'

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov. 1 Dec.

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
244
264.6
180.6
194
29.3
31 5
n.a.
25.1
11 6
11.3
21 4

175 5
155.6
9202
329.0
8.9
320.1
295.5
246
2657
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
9582
348.1
6.8
341.2
314.6
267
277.0
181.6
18.1
30.5
33,4
n.a.
23.9
11.4
12.4
21.8

1795
155.5
970 5
352.8
6.3
346.5
319.5
270
279.3
183.1
189
30,4
33 5
n.a.
25.0
11.5
12.5
23.6

178 5
158.5
978 7
3575
6.6
350.8
323.7
27 2
281.2
183.4
194
30.1
33 5
n.a.
24.5
11.7
12.5
250

175 2
162.5
983 8
360 3
6.6
353.6
326 4
27 3
282.6
183.1
21 6
30.1
33 2
n.a.
24,1
11 9
12.6
24 5

178 4
162 1
976 7
357 6
7.2
350,4
333 7
16 7
284 9
184.5
23 1
30 3
32 9
n.a.
18.7
75
12.7
24 4

IS 82

1 Total loans and securities2*!g*19
2 U S government 19 20
securities1**1"
3 Other securities18* * 2 18 19>20
4 Total loans and leases * * 2
5 Commercial and industrial "'3
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial 4 industrial . .
and
8
U.S addressees
9
Non-U S addressees4
10 Real estate18-19-20
1 1 Individual
12 Security
13 Nonbank financial institutions21'
14 Agricultural
15 States and political subdivisions . . . .
16 Foreign banks
17 Foreign official institutions
18 Lease financing receivables
19 All other loans*

1,315.5 1,320.2 1,328.2 1,341.1 1,346.3 1,355.8 1,359.1 1,365.9 1,377.1 1,389.6 1,391,7 1,410.3
181 2
160,4
973 9
358.6
6.4
352,2
339.2
130
286.4
1844
21.4
303
32.9
n.a.
16.4
59
13.0
24 5

183 4
159.9
9769
3622
6.5
355.7
342.9
12.8
288.1
183 1
20.5
306
33.0
n.a.
16.4
56
13.1
244

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

184.5 186.5 186.0 187.7 190.2 192 8 195 4 200 7
162.4 161.1 160.1 160.8 160.9 161.5 161.9
166.8
999.5 1,008.2 1,013.0 1,0174 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
7.4
6.7
6.3
7.1
7.5
6.6
6.9
7.8
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
12.9
13.1
12.7
12.8
12 6
12.9
13.0
13.2
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
20.2
25.0
27.2
24.5
22.6
20.9
20.9
22.3
32.1
32.2
31.9
32.1
31.9
31 7
31.7
31.7
35.2
36.0
34.4
36.4
36.0
36.7
36.7
36.4
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
14.1
13.8
13.8
14.6
15.2
14.3
14.0
13.8
5.5
5.7
5.3
5.8
5.9
6.0
5.85.6
13.2
13.3
13.2
13.2
13.3
13.3
13.3
13.3
26.8
26.1
26.2
26.7
27.2
28.5
27.9
26.3
IS>83

1 Total loans and securities2 26

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

2 U S government securities
208 7 2142 222.7 230.6 235.0 241.5 240.4 240.7 245.0 250.1 253,9 257.7
168.8 168.0 167.2 167.9 169.9 170.1 170.0 172.9 172.8 171.9 172.9 171.5
3 Other securities23 2 23 26
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
4 Total loans and leases * * 24
5 Commercial and industrial 3
394 5 3934 395.1 394.8 392.2 393.6 397.1 399.4 402.0 405.8 410.0 415.5
6.3
6.4
67
69
6.5
6.1
5.8
6.7
6.1
6.1
75
66
6
Bankers acceptances held
7
Other commercial4and 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
23
374.7 3746 376.2 376.4 374.2 375.3 378.6 381.1 383.5 386.5 390.4 396.2
8
U S addressees *
12.2
12.2
12.2
12.2
12.3
12.8
12.5
12.8
12.0
12.2
12 2
122
9
Non-U S addressees4-25
10 Real estate2122 -24
'22
302.6 303.4 304.1 306.0 308.1 310.8 314.0 317.4 321.6 325.2 328.5 331.6
21
1899 188.1 188.1 189.4 191.0 193.1 196.1 200.0 203.8 207.9 211.2 215.7
11 Individual 26.4
23.5
24.4
24.0
28.3
30.1
24.6
23.2
24.0
24.8
24.7
23.0
12 Security
30.6
30.6
30.6
30.6
31.2
31.0
30.7
30.5
31.1
31.6
31.4
30.9
13 Nonbank financial institutions
38.2
39.1
37.5
38.5
39.0
38.9
36.8
36.2
38.8
39.0
35.9
36.0
14 Agricultural
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
15 States and political subdivisions
14.7
14.6
14.4
14.8
14.0
14.8
13.8
15.0
14.6
14.8
16 Foreign banks
14,9
14.5
7.1
7.3
7.3
7.0
6.7
7.4
7.5
8.8
9.5
7.9
63
17 Foreign official institutions
58
13.4
13.4
13.2
13.5
13.7
13.4
13.4
13.4
13.3
13.3
13.5
13.5
18 Lease financing receivables
22 25 26
30.0
30.1
30.0
27.9
28.2
33.6
30.0
28.1
28,2
26.7
27.4
26.2
19 All other loans - -




37

14. Loans and securities of all commercial banks1—Continued
B. Not seasonally adjusted—Continued
Billions of dollars; averages of Wednesday figures
19 84

Source

Jan.
2 27 30

1 Total loans and securities - -

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept. | Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

1,572.4 1,583.2 1,597.7 1,615.4 1,628.9 1,640.4 1,650.1 1,660.0 1,677.8 1,689.4 1,708.3 1,733.3

260.5 261.9 263.5 263.6 260.1 258.1 257.2 256,7 257.2 255.7 257.0 258.8
2 U.S. government securities27
144.6 142.6 142 8 142.2 141.7 140.1 139.1 141.4 142.4 142 2 142 7 143.2
3 Other securities27
2 27 30
1,167.2 1,178.8 1,191.3 1,209.6 1,227.0 1,242.2 1,253.8 1,261.9 1,278.2 1,291.5 1,308.6 1,331.3
4 Total loans and leases - - 27
415 8 421 .4 432 0 438 9 447.1 451.3 454.7 456.6 460.6 465 5 4702 4746
5 Commercial and industrial 3 27
6.1
5.4
5.6
5.7
5,6
5.3
5.5
6.2
5.9
5.3
5.3
6
Bankers acceptances held 6.2
7
Other commercial and industrial . . 410.5 416.1 426.4 433.6 441.4 445,4 448.6 451.0 455.2 459.9 464.0 468.4
4 28 29 30 31
404.4 414.6 421.9 429.9 434,1 437.0 439.4 443,9 448.9 452.9 4576
398.6
8
US. addressees - - - 11.3
11.6
11.7
11.2
11.0
11.6
11.6
11.7
11.8
10.8
11.1
11.9
9
Non-U S addressees4
334 2 337.6 341 2 345 5 349 1 353,5 356.8 360.8 365 5 368 7 373 8 377 2
10 Real estate27'28*29*30
28 30
217.4 218.1 219.8 223.6 228.1 232.4 236.1 239.9 244.2 247,5 251.0 257.0
11 Individual 25.4
28.8
29.4
27.7
30,3
28.4
26,6
30.7
32.6
28,9
36.1
32.3
12 Security
31.1
31.5
31.2
31.1
31.4
31,5
30.1
30.5
29.9
32.1
31.4
30,6
13 Nonbank financial institutions27-30 . . .
40.2
39.4
41,4
41.0
40.8
41.3
41.3
39.8
40.4
38.8
38.9
14 Agricultural
, 27
39.1
39.0
40.5
41.9
42.4
41.3
37.8
37.0
35.9
45.3
43.8
33.8
34,9
15 States and political subdivisions . . .
11.8
11.2
11.3
11.3
11.7
12.1
12.4
11.5
11.5
11.6
13.1
13.3
16 Foreign banks
. ..
9.4
8.8
7.4
8.8
9,3
9.0
8.9
8.0
8.8
9,0
7.5
8.8
17 Foreign official institutions
14.4
14,2
15.1
14.6
14.8
14.0
15.3
15.5
14,1
16.1
15,7
13,9
18 Lease financing 7receivables
..
31
34,2
30.3
30.5
30.0
30. 1
29,8
30.0
29.9
29.0
31,2
30.2
28,9
19 All other loans* 19 85
2

1 Total loans and securities

. . . 1,740.4 1,748.4 1,763.1 1,776.2 1,791.6 1,810.1 1,819.0 1,826.9 1,845.5 1,851.8 1,875.7 1,912.6

262.5 269.4 271 6 269.5 271.5 274.5 275.2 273.4 274.1 270.3 273.7 271.0
2 U.S. government securities
178.7
145.2 143.3 141,0 142.3 145.0 146.4 146.7 150.5 153.6 156.8 163.3
3 Other securities
2
1,332.7 1,335.8 1,350.5 1,364.3 1,375.1 1,389.2 1,397.0 1,402.9 1,417.7 1,424.7 1,438.7 1,462.9
4 Total loans and leases
473.8 476.4 483.7 485.8 487.7 488.2 488.6 487.9 491.4 492.0 494.8 501.5
5 Commercial and industrial 3
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.0
5.1
6.3
4.8
4.8
5.0
5.8
6.6
5.5
6
Bankers acceptances held
...
7
Other commercial 4and industrial . . 468.4 470.1 477.1 480.0 482.5 483.2 483.3 482.8 486.6 487.2 489.7 496.4
34
458.3 460.2 467.2 470,3 473.1 474.0 474.1 473.6 477.5 478.4 481.0 4873
8
U.S. addressees 9.2
9.4
9.1
8.8
9.3
9.7
9.9
9.0
8.8
9.1
9.9
10.1
9
Non-U S, addressees4
379.4 382.6 385 6 389.0 393,1 397.6 402.1 406.1 410.5 415,2 419.2 423,3
10 Real estate35
260.4 261.5 264.1 268.0 271.6 275.3 279.2 283.2 286.7 289.0 291.0 294.8
11 Individual
36,7
39.2
40.6
37.5
38.6
36.6
35.9
330
45 4
41,0
31.7
34.0
12 Security .
30.9
30.6
30.4
31.4
31.7
31.1
31.6
30,7
30.8
30.2
33.4
32.1
13 Nonbank financial institutions32
39.7
39.5
39.2
38.5
39.5
39,0
38.4
38 4
360
372
386
39.1
14 Agricultural
35
48.8
49.3
48.8
47,5
47.2
50.0
47.9
47.5
46.8
47.0
47.0
15 States and political subdivisions . . .
52.8
33
9.4
100
102
9.9
9.7
11.0
11 2
16 Foreign banks
97
95
106
95
93
6.5
6.5
6.6
6.2
6,8
6.8
6.9
6.7
6.6
6.9
6.8
6.8
17 Foreign official institutions33
17.8
17.6
18.1
182
17.9
17,3
17.0
16 8
18.8
18 3
16.6
164
18 Lease financing 2 34
receivables
35.2
33.4
37.8
36.7
35.7
34,7
35.2
34.3
40.4
39.1
36.0
33,2
19 All other loans* '

38




15* Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks1
Monthly averages, billions of dollars

1977
Source
Total nondeposit funds
1 Seasonally adjusted2
2 Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs,3and other borrowings
from nonbanks
3 Seasonally adjusted
4 Not seasonally adjusted
5 Net balances due to foreign-related
institutions, not seasonally adjusted
MEMO
6 Domestically chartered banks' net positions
with own foreign branches, not
seasonally adjusted*
.
...
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 borrowings6
12 Seasonally adjusted . . .
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

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May | June | July | Aug. Sept.

Oct.

Dec.

Nov.

48,2
48.2

52.0
52 1

51.5
503

49.2
49.3

54.0
53 8

51.6
51 2

52.8
53 1

54.6
54 9

55.8
55 7

57.0
57 3

559
57 5

558
554

44.9
44.9

47.8
47 9

49.7
484

49.0
49.1

54.8
54 6

51.7
51 4

53.2
53.4

54.6
54 9

54.0
53 9

54.2
545

559
57 5

574
57 o

3.3

4,3

1.9

.2

- .7 - .1 - .2

.0

1.8

2.8

.0

-5.3
11.1
5.7

-40
9.7
56

-7.6
13,3
5.6

-8.8
14.4
5.5

-92 -10.1 -10.1 -92
15.3
16.9 17.1 16.3
60
6.7
6.9
70

-8 4
16.3
78

8.7
9.2
17.8

8.4
82
16.6

9,6
7.4
17.0

9.1
7,1
16.2

8.5
69
15.5

10.0
7.7
17.7

9.9
8.5
18.3

9,3
87
17.9

10.3
92
19.5

11.3
94
20.8

107
93
20.0

10.9
10 7
21.7

22.8
21.3

22.7
22 0

23.8
234

23,8
23.3

25.3
27 0

26.1
25 8

26.5
26 2

27.4
27 9

27.5
28 4

28.4
27 8

299
305

29.6
30 5

36
3.9

40
4.2

44
4.3

5.2
5.4

38
3.6

43
5.0

39
3.6

43
3.4

44
5.0

41
3.7

40
35

45
51

137.7 141.8 144.4 146.3 148.2
137 1 140 2 142 1 145 6 147 6

152,8
1524

137.4 . 137,2 136.9 136.5
138 8 137 7 1376 1359

-1.5

-8 4 -106 -124
17,3
194 21.1
86
88
87

1577 162 3
158 5 165 3

1978
Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted2
Not seasonally adjusted
.
..
Federal funds, RPs, and other borrowings
3
from nonbanks
3 Seasonally adjusted
4 Not seasonally adjusted
5 Net balances due to foreign-related
institutions, not seasonally adjusted
1
2

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

MEMO
Domestically chartered banks' net positions
with own foreign branches, not
seasonally adjusted*
Gross due from balances
Gross due to balances
Foreign-related institutions1 net positions
with directly related institutions, not
seasonally adjusted3
Gross due from balances
Gross due to balances
...
Security RP borrowings6
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances7
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted . . , . , ,
Time deposits, $100,000 or more8
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted




55.2
55.0

57.5
57.2

58.5
56.9

61.4
61.7

69.5
69.4

68.7
68.0

71.1
71.1

73.4
740

73.2
73.4

80.7
81.5

82.1
835

83.1
83 0

57.5
57 3

59.9
59.6

62.3
60.8

61.9
62.2

69.4
69.2

67.4
66.7

68.2
68.1

71.1
71.7

68.9
69,1

73.7
74.5

74.0
754

76.3
76.2

-2.2

-2.3

-3.8

- .4

.1

1.3

3.0

2.2

4.3

7.0

8,1

6.8

-9.4 -10.4 -10.2
18.4 19 6 200
9.7
8.9
9.1

-9.8
21 3
11.4

-97 -10 1
22 8 249
14.7
13.0

-13 5 -13.1 -14.8 -11.0 -11.6 -11.7
19 6 20 6
223 227 23 1 19.0
9.5
7.9
8.7
8.2
7.9
8.8

11.3
11 6
230

10.8
11.1
21.9

11.0
12.2
23.2

10.6
12.5
23.1

11.8
11.8
23.6

13.1
12.2
25,3

12.5
12.1
24.5

12.7
11.5
24.2

14.6
12.9
27.5

16.9
14.3
31.2

17.9
13.8
31.7

17.0
14.3
31.3

30.8
29.3

31.1
30.3

32.2
31.8

32.3
31.4

31.2
32.8

29.9
29.8

31.3
31.0

32.8
33.5

32.5
33.2

35.5
34.9

37.7
38.2

40.0
40.8

3.8
4.3

4.2
4.3

5.0
4.8

4.9
5.0

4.4
4.0

5.4
6.2

4.6
4.4

4.4
3.5

5.4
6.2

4.4
4.3

9.9
8.3

9.4
10.3

165.9
167.9

169.6
170.9

175.1
176.9

180.0
179.4

185.6
184.8

189.9 194.3 197.3 200.1 202.0 210.2
187.2 190.6 195.6 198,6 201.1 211.7

213.9
218.3

39

15. Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks1—Continued
Monthly averages, billions of dollars

1979
Source

Jan. 1 Feb.
Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted^
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs, and other borrowings
from nonbanks3
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^ .
.,
10 Gross due from balances
1 1 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings6
12 Seasonally adjusted
.
..
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

Mar. | Apr.

May

June ] July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dee,

77.6
77,7

91.1
90.1

97.4
95.6

99.4
99.8

110.3
110.1

113.1
112,1

118.8
118.4

125.5
126,8

128,7
129.3

126.6
128.2

123.6
124.8

117.1
117.1

71.3
71.4

79.0
78.0

80.1
78.3

79.6
80.0

86.9
86.7

86.0
85,0

90.3
89.9

92.4
93,6

93.2
93.8

92.2
93.7

88.9
90.1

88.7
88,7

6.3

12.0

17.3

19.8

23.4

27.1

28.5

33.1

35.5

34.5

34.7

28.4

-100
24.6
14 5

-62
23.3
17 0

-34
22.5
19 0

- 9
21.9
20 8

2.7
19.5
22.2

5.3
20.1
25.4

5.6
20.3
25.9

8.2
19.4
27.7

10.5
21.7
32.2

9.1
22.0
31 1

11 4
21.6
33 0

69
22.9
29 7

16.4
15.4
31.8

18.4
15.0
33.3

20.8
15.3
36.0

20.8
15.7
36.5

20.6
15.9
36.6

21.8
17.6
39.3

22.9
17,6
40.5

24.9
16.2
41.1

25.0
23.4
48.3

25,4
25.7
51.1

23.3
26.5
49.7

21.6
28.9
50.5

41 9
40.7

43.1
42.2

44 4
44.1

47.0
45.7

47.9
49.6

50.7
50.3

49.1
48.7

47.9
49.2

51.2
51.9

50.7
50.1

44.6
45.0

43.6
44.1

10.5
12 0

7.7
8.4

7.0
6.5

5.4
5.3

7.9
8.4

9.8
10.8

14.2
13.2

11.8
9.8

10.7
12.5

9.8
11.7

8.5
5.6

10.7
9.7

219 2 218 8 216.9 214.5
221.5 221.4 216.3 213.8

212.1
208.9

222.4 227.8
220.6 226.6

229.1
230.6

229.6
234.1

217 8
220.5

213.9 216.2
209.7 214.1

1980
Total nondeposit funds2
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs, and other borrowings
from nonbanks3
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 adjusted*
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 borrowings6
12 Seasonally adjusted
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
.,

40



120 9
121.0

127.0
125.4

131 3
129.4

119.4
120.1

123.5
122.8

115.3
113.9

117.0
116.3

108.7
110.5

111.6
112.2

117.3
119.4

118.3
118.6

117.5
117.7

92.8
92.9

97.6
96.1

98.5
96.6

92.5
93.2

100.5
99.8

100.8
99.4

106.1
105.4

98.4
100.2

102.7
103.4

106.0
108.0

109.8
110.1

1092
109.4

28.1

29.4

32.8

26.9

23.0

14.6

10,9

10.3

8.8

11.3

8.5

8.3

60
22,9
28 9

66
23.3
29 9

93
23.6
33 0

59
24.5
30 4

26
27.4
30 0

-53
30,1
24 7

22 1
29 7
51.7

22.8
30 5
53.2

23.5
32 0
55.4

20.9
28 4
49.4

20.5
28 4
48.8

19.9
28.5
48.4

19.3
30.8
50.1

20.6
30.9
51.6

23.3
303
53.6

24.3
30 8
55.2

23.1
31 0
54.1

22 8
32 5
55.4

42 2
41 5

42 4
41 8

41 7
41 6

39 4
38 5

38.4
39 2

42 3
42 1

46 9
46 6

48,9
49 9

49 1
496

50 5
50 1

506
509

51 8
52 0

110
12 7

10 8
11 7

82
78

91
90

8.1
85

9.3
100

97
91

10.8
90

12 1
13 8

102
12 6

103
67

10 2
91

231.6 235.1
234 1 238 0

237.9
240 9

- 8 3 -102 - 14 4 -12 9 =-14 5 -14 5
35.8
38.2 38.3
32.7
37 6
37.6
24 3 25 5 23 7 25 3 23 1 23 0

240.7 243.0 240.5 236.4 237.2 242.4
240 1 242 3 237 0 232 2 235 3 241 1

2479 257 0 268 7
247 0 258 3 272 9

15. Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks1—Continued
Monthly averages, billions of dollars
1?81

Source

Jan.
1
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted2
Not seasonally adjusted
..
Federal funds, RPs,3and other borrowings
from nonbanks
Seasonally adjusted
..
Not seasonally adjusted
Net balances due to foreign-related institutions,
not seasonally adjusted
..
MEMO
Domestically chartered banks' net positions
with own foreign branches, not
seasonally adjusted4
Gross due from balances
Gross due to balances
Foreign-related institutions' net positions
with directly related institutions, not
seasonally adjusted5
Gross due from balances
Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings6
Seasonally adjusted „
Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances7
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more8
Seasonally adjusted
Not seasonally adjusted

..

Feb. 1 Mar.

Apr. 1 May | June July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

119.2
118.7

117.8
117.5

112.9
112.9

106.6
105.8

117.0
118.9

119.0
118.7

118.5
117.8

119.6
120.6

118.9
1190

114.0
113.7

116.7
117 1

95.5
95 3

110.9
110.4

109.6
109.3

109.4
109.4

107 3
106.5

108.3
109.3

113.0
112.7

1122
111.5

1092
110.1

1096
109.6

109.1
108.8

113 0
113.4

113 7
113 5

8,3

8.2

3.5

- 6

6.0

6.3

10 4

93

4,9

8.7

Dec.

3 8 -18 1

-16 1 -146 -169 -21 2 -13.5 -14 5 -14 5 -10 1 -12 2 -15 3 -14 8 -22 4
36.3
38.8
43.0
43.4
42.5 45 0 43 7
45.5
37.5
44 5
47 9
54 9
30.4
29.8
27.8
33.5
32.2
32.9
324
21.6
21.8 21.7
30.1
21.2
24 5
31 5
55.9

22 9
31 8
54.7

20 5
31 9
52.4

20 6
340
54.6

22 3
35.6
58.0

20 6
36.8
57.5

20 9
37 3
58.2

20 6
379
58.5

21 6
39 9
61.6

20 3
382
58.5

18 7
39 1
57.8

43
48 1
52.4

55.0
54 5

54.2
53 9

53.9
54 0

54.6
53 8

54.5
55.5

58.8
58 5

57.7
57 0

56.1
57 0

560
56 1

55.7
55 4

57.5
57 9

59 3
59 2

..

6.9
7.9

7.3
82

10.5
10 3

11.9
12 1

11.9
12.3

12.1
12.4

11.4
105

8.9
73

9.5
107

10.4
13.2

15.0
96

12.8
11 1

..

280 7
283.0

285 8 295.3
284 8 294.5

302 3
298.6

309 3
305.0

316 8
315.3

321 4
3206

323 7
323.1

323 8
3250

326 6
330 6

..

285 1 283 9
288.1 286.8

IBF ADJUSTMENTS FOR SELECTED ITEMS9
18
19
20
21
22

22 4
17
20.7
31
17.6

Items 1 and ?
Items 3 and 4
Item 5
Item 6 . . . . .
Item 9 . . . .
1<?82

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

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 borrowings6
12 Seasonally adjusted
13 Not seasonally adjusted
U.S. Treasury demand balances7
14 Seasonally adjusted
15 Not seasoniilly adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more8
16 Seasonally adjusted
17 Not seasonally adjusted

842
83.8

..

84 1
84.3

82 3
82.7

82 3
81.9

82.7
83.8

85.0
84.7

81.5
80.2

78 9
79.4

76 1
75.7

77.9
77.3

80 6
81.3

75 0
74.6

113.5
113.1

112.5
112.7

114.9
115.2

114.7
114.3

116.6
117.7

117.3
117.0

118.5
117.2

120.0
120.5

121.8
121.4

125.8
125.2

125.5
126,1

122 7
122.3

-29.2

..

-28.3

-27.0 -25.8
55.0
55.1
29 1
28 0

-32.4 -32.3

-33.7

-28.7 -29.7 -29.8
58.1
56.7 57.4
27 9 27 6 28.3

-32.2 -36.9

-41.0

-45.5

-47.8

-44.7

-47.6

-29.1 -32.9 -34.3 -38.6 -40.3 -38.3 -39.5
57.7 60.6
65.1
68.5
72.2
69.9
69.8
28.5
27.6
29.4
30.6
29 8
31 5
32 6

..

-2 1
50.0
47.8

-24
50.5
48.0

-36
50.0
46.3

_25
49.2
46.5

-3.8
49.5
45.6

-3.0
50.3
47.2

-4.0
52.7
48.7

-66
53.6
46.9

-6 8
54.2
47.2

-7.4
53.9
46.4

-6.4
53.5
47.1

-7 9
54.6
46.6

..

60.1
59.8

59.3
59.4

60.5
60.9

61.1
60.7

58.3
59.4

57.9
57.6

59.0
57.7

62.9
63.4

63.1
62.7

66.4
65.8

65.6
66.3

64.1
63.7

12.5
14.4

18.1
19.9

15.5
15.4

13.3
13.7

14.8
15.3

11.0
10.7

8.0
8.2

10.0
8.1

10.9
12.3

13.5
16.4

12.4
7.8

12.8
10.8

329.5
331 0

333.4
335 7

335.2
337 8

338.0 341.5
336 1 3404

348.4
345.1

354.4
351 1

360.2
359 7

361.7
362 1

365.2
365.6

361.4
3624

351.4
354 6

29.6
2.4
27 2
4.8
22.5

30.4
2.4
28 0
4.9
23.1

31.2
2.4
28 4
4.9
23.6

32.0
2.4
29.6
5.0
24.6

32.2
2.4
29.8
5.1
24.7

32.5
2.4
30.1
5.3
24.9

32.8
2.4
30.4
5.3
25.0

33.1
2.4
30.7
5.4
25.3

33.3
2.4
30.9
5.3
25.4

33.9
2.4
31.5
5.8
25.7

IBF ADJUSTMENTS FOR SELECTED ITEMS'
18
19
20
21
22

Items 1 and 2 . . .
Items 3 and 4
Item 5
Item 6
Item 9




..
..

31.4
2.4
29 0
5.0
24.0

31.7
2.4
29.3
5.0
24.3

41

15* Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks1—Continued
Monthly averages, billions of dollars
1983

Source
Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted2
.
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs, and other borrowings
from nonbanks3
3 Seasonally adjusted
4 Not seasonally adjusted
.
5 Net balances due to foreign-related
institutions, not seasonally adjusted

Jan.

...

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

81,3
80.6

73.5
71.3

78.2
78.4

79.4
78.3

75.5
74,7

125,9 129.2 131.2 134.3 138,5 136.7
125 7 1305 132 1 1347 140.1 136.0

132.6
130.4

130.5
130.6

131.2
130.2

131.8
131.0

64.2
64.0

1
2

Feb.
68 1
68.9

688
69.7

71.8
72.1

80.5
82.1

Nov.
89.8
90.8

Dec.
94.1
93.6

137.2 137,3
1382 136.8

-61.6 -61.5 -62.3 -62.5 -57.8 -55.3 -59.0 -52.2 -51.7 -56.2 -47.3 -43.2

MEMO
6 Domestically chartered banks' net positions
with own foreign branches, not
seasonally adjusted4
, . . . -49.9 -50.4
79.2 78.9
7 Gross due from balances
29.2 284
8 Gross due to balances
.
. .,,
9 Foreign-related institutions' net positions
with directly related institutions, not
-11,6 -11,0
seasonally adjusted3 . . .
57,0 55.4
10 Gross due from balances
45 3 444
1 1 Gross due to balances
6
Security RP borrowings
65.0 67.1
12 Seasonally adjusted
64.8 67 9
13 Not seasonally adjusted . . 7
. . .
U.S. Treasury demand balances
140
89
14 Seasonally adjusted
16,3 10.2
15 Not seasonally adjusted
Time deposits, $100,000 or more8
325.3 309 9
16 Seasonally adjusted
,
325.7 310.8
17 Not seasonally adjusted

-52,7 -52.6 -48.6 -49.1 -50.8 -45.2 -46.2 -48.4 -42.9 -39.7
79.7 80.3 76.3 75.8 77,4 73.6 74.7 76,4 76.5 75.3
268 27.6 27.6 26.6 26.5 28.3 28 3 27.9 33 6 35.5

-9.4
56.2
466

-9.8
55.9
46 1

-9.1
55.8
46.6

-6.1
54.0
47.8

-8.1
55.3
47.1

-6.9
54.0
47.0

-5.4
54,0
485

-7.7
56,1
48.3

-4.3
53.9
49 5

-3.4
54,6
51.1

68.9
698

72.0
724

75.4
77.0

75,5
74.8

73.7
71.4

72.0
72.2

73.2
722

74.7
73.9

77,8
78 8

79.6
79.1

129
132

13 5
14.2

11.9
12.5

14.3
13.2

21.1
21.8

20.5
16.4

16 1
17.9

20.7
24.7

11 9
7.5

12.8
10.8

2996 295.5 286.6 286.4 283.9 285.0 284.6 280,3 2834 287.5
301,1 293.4 285.6 284.3 282.2 285.3 285.6 281.3 284.2 289,5
1984

Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted2
Not seasonally adjusted . . .
Federal funds, RPs, and other borrowings
from nonbanks3
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 adjusted3
10 Gross due from balances
1 1 Gross due to balances
Security RP borrowings6
12 Seasonally adjusted
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

42



907
90,5

134.8
134.6

95 5 998 1047 112.8
97.0 101 4 105.5 114.7

1039 104.2
103.1 101.3

107.7
107.2

1100 110.6
108,6 109,5

1137 110.8
114.7 110,4

136.9 136.4 137.7
138 4 1380 138.5

136.4
135.6

141.9
141.4

143.5
142.1

145.1 141,1
146 1 140.7

140.1
142.0

136.8
133.9

142,3
141.2

-44.0 -41.3 -36.5 -33.0 -27.2 -32.4 -32.5 -34.1 -33.3 -31.6 -31.3 -30.2

-38.7 -37.6 -349 -33.2 -29.8 -32.8 -33.0 -34.9 -35.1 -34.0 -325 -31.2
73 3 72 2 73 8 73 6 73.5 73 8 71.2 72 7 71 5 69 7 68 2 690
34.5 34.5 388 40.3 43.6 40.9 38.1 37.7 36.2 35.6 35.6 37.7

-5.2
54.0
48 7

-3,6
51,1
47 3

-1.5
499
48 3

.2
49.2
494

2.6
49.3
51.9

.4
50.3
508

.5
51.6
52.0

.8
51.1
520

1.8
51 1
52 9

2.4
50.1
52 4

1.2
500
51 2

1.0
51 2
522

79.1
78.9

79.2
80.7

78.3
799

80.5
81.3

80.0
81.9

76.8
76.0

77,5
74.6

80.0
79.6

80 8
79.4

806
79,4

81 7
827

79 3
789

16.3
19.6

19.6
22.3

17.3
175

15,9
16.5

12.1
12.8

13.7
12.4

10.8
11.9

12.7
10.3

15.8
17 5

9.5
11 0

17 3
104

14,9
12 5

288 7 286 5 289 1 2926 301 1 3109 314.7
288.4 286.5 290.1 290.0 300,1 308.9 313.5

315 0 315 1 3204 321 9 325 8
315.6 316.9 322,4 323 1 327 5

15. Major nondeposit funds of commercial banks1—Continued
Monthly averages, billions of dollars

1985
Source
Jan. | Feb.
1
2
3
4
5

Total nondeposit funds
Seasonally adjusted2
Not seasonally adjusted
Federal funds, RPs,3and 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
11 Gross due to balances6
Security RP borrowings
12 Seasonally adjusted
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.

Apr.

May June | July | Aug. | Sept. | Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

103.4
103.3

110.2
112.3

111.9
114.0

104.5
105.4

111.7
113.7

113.3
112.2

108.7
105.4

112.2
111.4

114.0
112.4

117.6
116.2

120,8
121.9

126,2
125.9

138.3
138.2

141.6
143.6

140.6
142.6

136.4
137.3

140J
142.1

146,0
144,8

145.8
142.4

142.2
141.5

143.0
141.4

143.4
142.0

148.4
149,4

152.8
152.4

-34.8

-31.2 -28.6

-31.8

-28,3

-32.5

-37.0

-29.9

-28.9

-25.7

-27.5

-26.5

-34.7 -31.5 -29,4 -32.3 -29.4 -32.4 -38.2 -32.7 -30.6 -28,6 -30.2 -31.5
71.4
70.5
71.4
74.8
74.5
76.4
79.2
75.8
74.7
74.2
74.1
76.1
36.6
38.9
41.9
42.4 44.9
44.0
40,8
43.0
44,0
45.4
43.8
44.5
.0
52.2
52.1

,3
53.3
53.5

.9
52.7
53.5

.5
51.2
51.7

1.1
51.7
52.9

- .1
53.0
52.8

1.3
54.6
55.9

2.8
55,1
57.9

1.7
56.0
57.8

2.9
55,4
58,3

2,7
56.1
58.8

5.1
56.8
61.9

79.5
79.4

82.6
84.7

83.2
85.2

80.8
81.7

81.4
83.4

83,5
82.3

83.7
80,4

83.3
82.6

85.3
83.7

84.7
83.4

84.8
85.9

88.0
87.7

14.9
18.5

13.8
15.8

12.7
12,8

15.0
15.4

20.3
20.9

16.9
14.9

20.5
23.1

16.1
13.4

14.9
16.8

4.7
5,4

13.5
7.9

17.5
14.6

326.8
325.9

326.0
325.3

330.1
330.7

333.6
330.5

330.4
329.6

328,9
327.2

324.2
323.2

327.2
327.7

330.8
332.7

333.9
336.3

335.9
337.5

337.6
339.4

43

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series
A. All commercial banking institutions1
Billions of dollars

1984
Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

2

July

Aug.

| Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1,767.1 1,786.8 1,800.9 1,825.7 1,826.1
378.6
379.9
378.3
380.3
377.7

1,867,8
381.1

244.8
244.9
242.9
133,8
135,0
135,4
20.0
20.9
22.5
1,388.2 1,400.0 1,424.9
125.1
121.1
123.6

242.3
135.5
21.9
1,426.4
119.8

244.5
136.6
22.9
1,463.9
123.8

1,263.0

1,306.7

1,340.1

1 Loans and securities . . . . 1,679.6 1,710.8 1,713.6 1,735.0 1,758.2 1,765.6
383.5
389.0
388.7
386.6
2 Investment securities . .
386.5
383.0
3
U.S. government
3
248.5
249.2
247.6
251.5
251.8
248.1
securities
251.7
132.7
138.4
135,0
133.8
137.6
136.9
4
Other3
135.0
18.8
14.6
15.7
16.9
17.0
5 Trading account assets. . .
19,9
16.8
1,276.3 1,304.8 1,307.9 1,328.5 1,355.9 1,368.0 1,371.2
6 Total loans2*3
2
123.5
117.5
114.4
121.3
116.9
114.3
7
Interbank loans . . . .
115.8
8
Loans excluding
interbank3
1,161.9 1,187.3 1,193.5 1,212.7 1,232.4 1,246.7 1,254.3
9
Commercial and
413.4
447.7
453.3
454.9
427.7
4333
439,9
industrial . . . .
350.4
354.8
357.0
338.7
342.4
347.0
334.7
10
Real estate
229.5
234.1
236.8
219.2
220.4
225.0
217.3
11
Individual
204.4
197,4
204.8
12
All other3
205.6
201.7
200,9
196.5
186.4
186.4
203.2
180.0
189.4
182.2
191.0
13 Total cash assets
14 Reserves with Federal
19.2
14.7
16.4
22.2
19.5
Reserve Banks . . .
18.5
21.7
22.3
21.8
21.6
20.6
20.7
21.2
15 Cash in vault
21.1
16 Cash items in process
69.4
76.9
64.2
60.8
62.6
66,3
of collection
60.7
17 Demand balances at
U.S. depository
30.6
31.6
30.2
34.6
institutions
29.0
33.6
29.9
49,1
50.8
50.6
51.0
51.5
52.7
1 8 Other cash assets
51.0

1,279.0 1,301,3

455.9
362.2
241.8
203.2
178.4

460.5
367.0
245.3
206.2
182.2

468.5
370.3
249.6
213.0
189.4

469.6
374.9
252.4
209.8
190.0

477. 8
378.2
258.7
225.3
203,5

17,5
22.2

18.1
21.6

18.2
21.5

20.6
24.0

20,6
23.4

61.4

64.0

71.1

67.5

76.9

29.2
48.1

30.5
48.0

31.7
47.0

30,5
47.5

34.1
48.6

196.2

203.1

208.7

197,9

205.2

20 Total assets/total liabilities and capital . . . . 2,053.0 2,094.3 2,087.8 2,118.6 2,150.9 2,147.9 2,143.3 2,161.4 2,186.2 2,223.8 2,214.0

2,276.«

19 Other assets2

187.0

194.1

192.0

192.6

189.5

195.9

196.1

1,467.2 1,499.4 1,495.7 1,503.1 1,543.5 1,535.5 1,538.6 1,542.7 1,554.0 1,583.6 1,583.5
21 Deposits . ,
442.1
463.1
446.5
456.3
441.2
447.7
22 Transaction deposits4 , ,
440.9
443.3
433.7
454.3
463.9
4
368.7
365,4
365.2
367.2
371.4
369.7
371.5
361.9
371.8
23 Savings deposits
369.8
378,6
708.7
719.2
727.7
736,4
745.5
675.9
683.0
685.6
24 Time deposits . . . .
748.2
671.6
750,5
295.4
295.7
296.6
290.6
25 Borrowings
305.8
312.0
297.6
295.9
304.9
307.9
319,9
158.4
161.2
26 Other liabilities
166.6
169.4
170.2
149.6
171.8
171.5
165,3
175.1
166.0
27 Residual (assets less
140.2
145.0
143.8
146.3
150,8
150.1
140.0
140.3
141.6
138.6
liabilities)
150.5
MEMO
28 U.S. government
securities (including
trading account) . . . .
29 Other securities
(including trading
account)3*5

44



1,637.0
492,5
386.8
757=6
310.8
176.4
152.3

259.1

263.2

262.9

263.6

260.9

257.4

256.8

256.5

256,9

258.0

257.0

258.9

144.2

142.7

142.8

142.9

141.4

140.1

139.2

142.1

143.9

142.9

142,6

145. J

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series—Continued
A. All commercial banking institutions1—Continued
Billions of dollars

1985
Account

Jan.
2

1 Loans and securities . . .
2 Investment securities .
3
U.S. government
securities3
4
Other3
5 Trading account assets.
6 Total loans2'3
7
Interbank loans2 . . .
8
Loans excluding
interbank3
9
Commercial and
industrial . . .
10
Real estate
11
Individual . . . . . .
12
All other3 . . . . . .
13 Total cash assets . . . . . .
14 Reserves with Federal
Reserve Banks . .
15 Cash in vault
16 Cash items hi process
of collection . . . .
17 Demand balances at
U.S depository
institutions
18 Other cash assets . . . .
19 Other assets2

Feb.

1,861.3
385.6

1,881.0
386,8

Mar.

253.4
247.4
250.7
257.7
253.1
134.7
136.3
138.3
136.1
138.1
23.5
23.7
23.5
24.2
27.6
1,493.4 1,496.0
1,451.5 1,466.6 1,477.3
125.2
127.2
123.7
128.9
123.9
1,327.6

1,339.3

1,352.0

471.9
380.9
261.0
213.9
189.1

478.7
383.2
262.4
215.0
190.6

485.4
386.4
265.0
215.2
184.4

485.3
389.7
269.1
220.3
188.3

21.0
21.9

19.7
21.9

19.9
21.3

67.7

69.7

30.5
48.1
197.3

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov

Dec.

1,984.3 2,034.1
402.4 410.5

2,067.0
420.4

259.4
257.8
260:2
252.9
258.1
254,9
139.2
138.9
149.6
142.5
145.7
155.6
22.3
23.1
24.2
26.4
25.0
32.0
1,514.3 1,531.4 1,532.1 1,544.7 1,556.9 1,591.6
123.8
129.4
133.0
132.4
128.6
149.0

253.9
166,5
31.1
1,615.6
150.6

1,952.8
399.1

1,956.7 1,974.9
400.3
403.8

1,398.4

1,402.8

487.5
394.4
272.9
217.6
203.4

488.2
399.1
276.7
226.5
192.0

489.1
403.7
281.0
224.7
199.9

487.8
407.4
284.9
222.7
190.2

492.3
411.5
287.4
224.8
189.7

491.7
416.7
290.3
225.7
191.5

495.8
420.2
292.0
234.7
209.0

500.2
423.7
296.0
245.0
213.3

23.0
21.4

20.8
23.3

21.7
22.3

21.0
22.0

24.6
22.7

24.8
22.1

19.5
22.6

20.4
21.4

27.6
22.2

64.7

64.4

76.7

68.6

70.7

62.6

61.6

68.1

82.1

79.5

31.6
47.8

31.0
47.5

30.1
49.5

35,1
47.6

31.4
48.0

33.6
52.5

30.7
49.6

30.6
50.6

31.5
49,8

35.8
49.4

36.0
48.0

201.2

194.6

195.3

191.6

199.2

206.1

192.2

197.7 190.7

198.6

203.6

2,247.7 2,272.8 2,268.2
1,610.1
457.9
401.0
751.2
312.1
170.0




June

1,364.5 1,372,3 1,390.5

21
22
23
24
25
26
27

MEMO
28 U.S. government
securities (including
trading account) . . .
29 Other securities
(including5 trading
account)3-

May

1,889.2 1,906.3 1,915.3 1,936.1
395.8
389.4
398.6
388.2

20 Total assets/total liabilities and capital . . .
Deposits
Transaction deposits4
Savings deposits4 . ..
Time deposits
Borrowings
Other liabilities
Residual (assets less
liabilities)

Apr.

1,623.8 1,632.4
458.0
459.8
411.5
408.3
755.8
762.9
304.7
313.9
173.5
178.3

2,289.9 2,310.2
1,644.2
465.8
411.5
767.0
313.9
172.3

1,668.3
480.8
420.3
767.2
310.2
171.2

2,327.2 2,358.7 2,339.1
1,667.4 1,692.6
493.2
474.8
436.1
427.5
763.3
765.1
326.3
322.8
176.1
175.2

1,416.1 1,424.4 1,442.7

1,465.0

2,362.2 2,366.5 2,441.8

2,483.8

1,684.3 1,690.5 1,713.6 1,751.7
475.2
476.3
522.3
491.7
438.3
450.4
445.8
440.1
769.7
776.2
775.3
779.1
313.7
313.6
328.3
356.1
173.8
179.0
177.3
167.9

1,772.5
536.9
452,0
783.6
367.8
175.8

155.6

156.8

157.6

159.5

160.5

161.8

163.6

163.8

164.4

165.5 166.0

167.7

264.4

272.2

270.9

269.4

272.6

275.1

274.1

271.9

275.2

268.7

274.8

269.7

145.4

142.2

141.0

143.5

146.6

146.7

147.3

152.6

155.1

158,8 167.7

181.8

45

16. Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series—Continued
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks6
Billions of dollars

1984
Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

2

1 Loans and securities . . . . 1,592.0 1,621,3 1,619.6 1,643.7 1,664.4 1,672.3 1,678.3 1,690.4 1,709.7 1,731.2 1,729.8
375.4
376.0
372.2
371.1
379,2
370.3
369.4
2 Investment securities . ,
379.9
381.5
369,1
381.8
3
U.S. government
246.2
243.7
242.1
239.3
237,1
246.5
243.0
239.3
237.0
245.9
securities3 . . .
242.8
130.1
131.0
133.0
131.8
4
Other3
133,1
131.6
132.3
137.1
135.1
132.1
135.9
15.7
19.9
14,6
20.0
22.5
16.8
17,0
18.8
20.9
21.9
5 Trading account assets. .
16.9
2 3
1,221.1 1,244.6 1,269.6 1,282.3 1,290.4 1,300.2 1,317.6 1,339,3 1,338.8
6 Total loans *
1,195.3 1,222.6
94.9
97.2
99.6
89.9
94.5
102.9
89.7
86.7
96,0
95.6
7
Interbank loans2 . . . .
95.5
8
Loans excluding
interbank3
1,105.5 1,127.2 1,134.3 1,154.7 1,173.5 1,187.9 1,195.5 1,202.9 1,218.0 1,236.4 1,243.2
9
Commercial and
413.9
412.8
414,3
377.0
392.7
407.3
418,6
424.6
industrial . . . .
386.5
399.9
422.8
353.2
350.6
358.1
337.7
346.2
362.5
369.3
10
Real estate ,
334,2
342.3
365.7
330.1
220.3
236.6
245.1
224.8
233,9
241.6
249.3
217.2
11
Individual
229.3
252.2
219.1
3
1906
191.9
188.9
198 5
183.8
190.8
191.8
197 2
12
All other
187 5
187 8
181.3
172.6
165.1
169.2
190.2
166.0
168.0
13 Total cash assets . . . .
177.0
177.5
175.5
175.0
175.6
14 Reserves with Federal
14.0
21.4
18.4
17,9
16.7
21.0
15.8
17.3
17.3
Reserve Banks . . .
17.0
19.6
22.2
20.7
22.3
21.6
21.6
20.6
21.2
21.8
21.5
21.1
15 Cash in vault .
23.9
16 Cash items in process
62.4
76.7
64.1
60,7
63.8
69.3
66.1
61.1
70,8
60.5
67.3
of collection . . . . .
17 Demand balances at
U.S. depository
27.8
30.2
33.3
29.1
27.6
29.0
28.9
32,1
28.5
institutions
28.5
29.9
40.4
37.2
40.5
40.6
38.3
36.4
41.1
39.3
36,1
18 Other cash assets
43.8
35.9
19 Other assets2

146.0

1,271.6
430.0
3724
258.4
2108
189.0

19.0
23 3
76.7
32,4
37.6

1,936.1 1,966.8 1,996.1 1,989.5 1,986.8 2,000.4 2,023.6 2,060.1 2,050.9

2,106.3

1,431.1 1,462.7 1,457.4 1,466.2 1,503.5 1,494.7 1,497.9 1,503.3 1,514.3 1,543.0 1,542.3
427.4
449.8
434.7
441.3
456.4
439.9
435,2
434.2
436.4
456.8
447.4
361.0
366.3
370.5
368.9
370.9
368.9
367.8
364.5
364.3
370.6
377.7
642.6
646.5
652,2
656.1
676.2
685.9
694.9
704.6
713.5
715.6
717.2
233.1
233.3
227.7
242.5
233.4
230.6
229.2
237.5
245.2
253.3
243.1
106.3
112.7
113.6
119.4
122,0
122.2
118,9
116.3
116.4
116.7
118.2

1,592.5
485.2
385.8
721.5
245.6
119.0

1,906.2

1,945.8

21
22
23
24
25
26
27

46

142.5

239.1
133.1
22.9
1,373.8
102.3

148.5

147.5




141.6

1,768.9
372.2

145.5

139.2

20 Total assets/total liabilities and capital . .
Deposits
transaction deposits4
Savings deposits4 . ..
Time deposits
Borrowings
Other liabilities
Residual (assets less
liabilities)

147.2

Dec,

135.8

137.1

137.4

145.6

138,6

137.2

144.6

142.0

140.8

144.9

143.2

147.8

153,3

147.0

147.4

149.2

16* Commercial bank assets and liabilities—Last-Wednesday-of-month series—Continued
B. Domestically chartered commercial banks6—Continued
Billions of dollars

1985
Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr. 1

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

2

1 Loans and securities . . . . 1,764.9 1,780.9 1,789.0 1,804.1 1,816.4 1,834.5 1,852.5 1,855,3 1,868.4 1,878,0 1,924.5
379.5
380.3
387.0
389.1
390.2
388.9
392.9
391.1
376.3
377.4
2 Investment securities . .
399.5
3
U.S. government
255.5
253.1
2543
2474
248.2
248.1
253.1
253.1
securities3
241 8
245 0
250 1
137.1
139.8
131.3
132.3
133.9
133.7
4
Other3
149.4
134.6
143.8
134.5
132.4
23.7
23.5
23.5
22.3
24.2
23.1
26.4
25.0
24.2
27.6
5 Trading account assets. .
32.0
6 Total loans2-3
1,364.5 1,375.8 1,385.7 1,400.3 1,406.0 1 ,422 .4 1,441.1 1,440.9 1,449.1 1,461.9 1,493.0
102.2
104.4
101.7
100.8
111.0
106.0
104.2
108.7
7
Interbank loans2
101.5
124.1
101.1
8
Loans excluding
1,263.4 1,274.3 1,285,0 1,295.9 1,304.2 1,320.3 1,330.1 1,334.9 1,344.9 1,353.1 1,368.9
interbank3
9
Commercial and
440.2
437.5
437.4
438.0
439.8
438.0
436.9
439.3
426.5
432.9
441.8
industrial . . . .
381.2
398.3
402.1
411 5
393.7
384.5
388.9
3754
406,1
415 0
10
Real estate . .
3776
280.7
276.4
264.6
268.8
272.5
284.6
287.1
291.7
11
Individual
290.0
260.7
262.0
201.7
211.3
210.2
12
All other'
205.2
204.8
211.6
212.3
200.8
201.8
220.5
213,2
170.4
183.0
174.1
177,1
173.4
188.9
173.5
175.7
174 1
13 Total cash assets . .
176 1
193 5
14 Reserves with Federal
20.8
24.2
19.1
22,2
19.5
20.3
23.6
18.3
20,0
18.6
19.2
Reserve Banks . . .
22.0
21.3
21.3
23.3
22.0
22.7
15 Cash in vault
22.3
22,6
21.9
21.8
21 4
16 Cash items in process
61.3
64.4
70.5
62.4
68.3
64.1
76.3
67,9
674
69.4
81.8
of collection . . . . .
17 Demand balances at
U.S depository
29.7
28.7
33.6
32.3
29.0
29.1
institutions
29.9
30.1
29.1
30,3
33.9
36.4
37 1
36 2
35 9
368
35.9
38.0
36 8
35 6
360
37 1
18 Other cash assets
19 Other assets2
20 Total assets/total liabilities and capital
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

143 9

1447

145 5

146 8

155.4

143 4

144 3

1427

1,952.7
409.9
2490
160.9
31.1
1,511.7
123,9
1,387.9
445.3
418.4
295.7
228.4
197.2

25.8
22.2
79.3
34.3
35 7

147 7

151 7

2,082.9 2,103.0 2,104.1 2,123.0 2,145.1 2,158.4 2,190.8 2,172.8 2,186.1 2,196.3 2,265.6

2,301.6

1,623.9 1,623.6 1,648.7 1,638.4 1,643.1 1,666.4 1,704.6
468.3
474.2
486.6
469.6
468.3
485.0
515.3
438.5
444.1
434.5
436.7
425,9
4486
418.8
727.6
732.2
729,4
736.3
737,3
740.7
730.9
263.8
262.8
254.2
249.1
257.6
252.2
285.0
115.4
114.7
118.8
119.5
118.6
117.9
113.0

1,724.4
529.5
450.3
744.7
295.7
116.9

1460

Deposits .
1,567.0 1,579.4 1,587.0 1,598.8
453.4
452.0
459.5
451.2
Transaction deposits4 . .
4
410.1
399.9
407.0
410.0
Savings deposits
724.9
715.9
719.1
729.3
Time deposits
243.9
251.4
2495
2506
Borrowings
118.9
116.4
113.9
119.4
Other liabilities
Residual (assets less
154.3
156.4
152.5
153.6
liabilities)




139 7

Dec.

157.4

158.7

160.5

160.7

161.3

162.4

162.9

164.6

47

17. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Assets and liabilities, 19851
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

Jan. 2

Jan. 9

Jan. 16

Jan, 23

Jan. 30

Feb. 6

Feb. 13

90,972
90,813
101,251
88,496
1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
120,323
88,435
93,298
821,410
814,556
832,422
826,579
820,516
817,648
822,967
2 Total loans, leases, and securities, net
82,151
82,677
83,870
85,637
82,789
79,629
86,166
3 U S Treasury and government agencies
15,095
15,900
17,035
17,593
15,848
13,849
17,807
4 Trading account
. ....
.,
67,056
66,778
68,044
66,941
65,780
66,835
68,359
5 Investment account by maturity
20,480
21,324
20,888
20,186
20,946
20,348
20,187
6
One year or less
32,624
34,745
32,276
33,104
34,422
33,018
30,943
7
One through five years
13,442
13,512
13,544
13,428
13,556
13,383
8
Over five years
13,435
48,552
48,910
48,621
47,739
48,487
49,706
48,116
9 Other securities .
...
3,651
5,235
3,761
3,845
3,971
3,937
3,568
10 Trading account
44,684
44,792
44,271
44,940
44,836
1 1 Investment account
44,471
44,171
40,452
40,084
40,433
40,615
40,311
39,784
39,871
12
States and political subdivisions by maturity
5,460
5,398
5,055
5,359
5,293
5,188
5,336
13
One year or less
35,074
35,054
34,578
35,155
35,123
34,448
14
Over one year
35,029
4,384
4,359
4,325
4,373
4,387
4,399
4,387
15
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities
2,721
3,434
3,022
3,495
3,199
3,199
3,435
16 Other trading account assets
53,204
52,074
49,242
58,723
57,238
48,432
51,372
17 Federal funds sold2
42,579
41,062
32,484
36,063
36,658
34,308
18 To commercial banks
36,858
11,255
12,004
11,664
11,237
11,057
11,608
19 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities .
10,403
5,137
3,752
3,697
4,889
5,119
4,341
20 To others
4,111
3
650,774
646,337
646,972
658,852
650,887
649,650
651,323
21 Other loans and leases gross
..
3
634,093
645,888
637,912
638,005
636,798
633,481
638,418
22 Other loans, gross
250,250
249,356
249,226
253,355
250,828
251,428
251,458
23
Commercial and industrial3
3,197
3,174
2,916
3,966
2,949
3,660
3,B27
24
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
247,053
246,182
246,311
249,390
247,879
247,768
247,630
25
All other
243,207
242,121
242,044
241,190
240,485
241,952
240,559
26
U S addressees
5,752
6,182
5,758
5,724
5,863
5,696
5,679
27
Non-U.S addressees
3
161,651
160,802
161,468
162,233
160,869
162,146
162,839
28
Real estate loans
114,418
114,522
114,564
114,486
114,623
114,665
29
To individuals for personal expenditures
...
114,355
40,694
40,734
40,883
40,028
42,068
41,798
42,136
30
To depository and financial institutions
10,144
10,211
10,072
10,061
11,596
9,791
31
Commercial banks in the United States
11,408
6,564
6,575
6,535
6,185
6,435
6,059
6,090
32
Banks in foreign countries .
23,793
23,947
24,637
24,105
24,843
24,095
33
Nonbank depositories and other financial institutions . . .
25,190
13,875
15,600
13,607
16,417
13,187
13,199
18,083
34
For purchasing and carrying securities
6,927
6,966
6,884
7,086
6,925
7,251
35
To finance agricultural production
6,906
29,841
29,772
29,462
29,738
29,746
29,608
36
To states and political subdivisions
29,798
3,697
3,711
3,565
3,647
3,592
3,638
37
To foreign governments and official institutions . . . .
3,828
14,156
13,562
13,781
14,124
13,959
38
All other
16,670
13,953
12,852
12,856
12,879
12,963
12,861
12,882
39 Lease financing receivables
12,905
5,302
5,305
5,303
5,283
5,308
5,256
40 LESS: Unearned income
....
5,262
10,926
11,150
10,742
11,035
11,066
11 325
11,278
41
Loan and lease reserve3
3
629,884
642,827
634,431
630,604
634,306
633,419
42 Other loans and leases net
...
634,784
131,844
134,923
130,010
134,683
131,248
43 All other assets
132,463
141,111
1,093,856 1,044,828 1,062,514 1,037,212 1,038,630 1,040,198 1,048,729
44 Total assets
185,478
226,107
198,466
186,162
184,558
188,169
45 Demand deposits
...
184,589
139,234
174,183
151,438
140,649
139,035
145,715
145,106
46 Individuals partnerships and corporations
4,848
6,326
5,376
5,902
5,778
5,136
4,684
47 States and political subdivisions .
1,603
2,768
1,210
3,759
3,033
2,212
48 U S government
1,617
19,408
26,649
22,370
21,096
21,974
49 Depository institutions in United States
21,003
21,046
5,718
6,187
6,989
5,823
6,495
50 Banks in foreign countries
6,131
5,959
864
1,040
51 Foreign governments and official institutions
809
830
1,152
789
922
8,891
7,397
9,148
52 Certified and officers* checks
9,886
8,479
8,157
8,705
37,247
36,807
35,118
53 Transaction balances other than demand deposits
37,160
34,700
36,441
35,701
460,101
460,840
461,178
459,731
460,068
54 No ntrans action balances
460,308
459,580
426,984
426,114
425,612
426,693
424,867
55 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
425,430
424,919
21,717
21,337
21,668
21,807
56 States and political subdivisions
22,216
22,303
22,885
444
426
466
456
57 U.S. government
,. ,
452
449
449
8,718
58 Depository institutions in the United States
. ..
8,815
9,016
8,996
8,794
9,004
9,085
3,435
3,135
2,882
3,062
59 Foreign governments, official institutions and banks
3,171
3,029
2,970
194,732
194,822
60 Liabilities for borrowed money
201,905
198,916
192,040
192,918
196,362
5,577
846
1,265
1,555
61 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
510
862
1,369
10,284
8,154
8,162
62 Treasury tax-and-loan notes
7,462
15,650
14,859
8,269
4
185,312
63 All other liabilities for borrowed money
188,166
187,786
176,670
184,594
186,723
177,617
95,713
64 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . . .
94,212
92,454
94,916
93,088
91,766
94,867
972,422
966,115
1,021,353
990,004
65 Total liabilities
964,818
975,407
967,105
72,504
72,510
72,394
66 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)5
72,406
72,515
73,093
73,322
MEMO
790,282
67 Total loans and leases (gross) and investments adjusted6 . . . .
791,786
797,313
786,404
787,299
791,240
793,018
664,956
656,857
651,694
68 Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted3*6
657,000
655,240
651,609
654,429
158,074
160,711
159,935
69 Time deposits in amounts of $100 000 or more
157,629
156,113
156,878
156,152
7
3,011
70 Loans sold outright to affiliates total
3,051
2,862
3,060
2,794
2,976
2,887
1*978
1,997
2,020
71 Commercial and indusfrial
2,078
1,939
1,899
1,910
72 Other
982
1,014
1,031
923
997
894
977
171,864
73 Non transaction savings deposits (including MMDAs)
169,848
174,584
172,497
170,679
173,427
174,951

48




17. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Assets and liabilities, 1985*—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

Feb. 20

Feb. 27

Mar. 6

Mar. 13

Mar. 20

Mar. 27

Apr. 3

91,091
91,684
91,167
105,970
1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
94,197
87,296
92,519
828,267
830,085
827,236
2 Total loans, leases, and securities, net
829,458
826,930
829,064
836,191
91,462
91,897
89,983
90,269
3 U.S. Treasury and government agencies
86,896
86,882
87,323
20,278
20,417
21,500
22,234
4 Trading account
17,652
17,511
17,316
69,704
69,852
69,962
69,662
69,244
5 Investment account by maturity
69,371
70,007
20,318
21,652
19,958
21,687
21,043
21,202
6
One vear or less
21,610
36,990
36,657
34,914
7
One through five years
34,948
35,169
35,165
35,159
12,987
13,097
13,032
12,756
8
Over five years
13,217
13,010
13,232
47,040
46,974
46,552
47,599
9 Other securities
46,500
46,952
45,920
3,169
3,582
3,248
3,247
10 Trading account
3,610
3,794
2,607
43,871
44,017
43,252
43,727
1 1 Investment account
42,942
43,314
43,158
39,486
39,320
12
States and political subdivisions by maturity
38,534
39,635
38,843
38,694
38,428
5,241
5,325
4,918
5,248
13
Ono year or less
4,554
4,538
4,537
34,310
14
Over one year
33,925
34,238
34,079
33,979
34,156
33,889
4,382
4,384
4,408
15
Other bonds, corporate stocks and securities
4,408
4,409
4,464
4,886
2,956
2,965
2,490
3,238
16 Other trading account assets
3,047
2,436
3,025
2
49,087
51,504
47,322
48,994
49,599
17 Federal funds sold
51,804
54,767
34,612
33,724
31,134
18 To commercial banks
35,205
33,478
36,345
38,111
11,048
10,619
11,514
11,698
19 To nonbunk brokers and dealers in securities
10,368
10,271
11,077
4,315
4,368
20 To others , .
4,785
4,490
5,148
5,579
5,187
654,360
657,673
21 Other loans and leases gross3
653,401
654,977
658,809
657,572
661,797
3
641,179
644,444
645,580
640,371
22 Other loiins gross
641,747
644,350
648,523
253,418
252,509
23
Commercial and industrial3
255,053
255,729
256,016
255,905
256,282
3,812
3,728
24
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
4,026
4,289
3,651
3,502
3,557
248,782
25
All other .
251,027
249,606
251,440
252,365
252,780
252,348
245,614
243,825
246,530
243,020
26
U S addressees
245,243
247,170
246,669
5,784
5,781
5,826
5,762
27
Non-U S addressees
5,835
5,610
5,679
163,025
164,374
163,518
163,911
164,320
28
Real estate loans3
164,693
164,607
115,262
114,826
115,642
115,455
115,894
29
To individuals for personal expenditures
116,395
116,130
41,132
40,885
40,339
30
To depository and financial institutions
39,488
39,290
39,863
38,557
11,252
10,852
9,920
9,904
10,988
31
Commercial banks in the United States
9,805
10,261
6,241
5,982
5,937
5,977
5,981
32
Banks in foreign countries
5,634
5,791
23,504
23,650
23,550
23,592
23,903
33
Nonbank depositories and other financial institutions . . .
23,810
23,019
13,625
14,902
14,030
13,869
34
For purchasing and carrying securities
15,695
16,507
14,949
6,895
35
To finance agricultural production
6,898
6,967
6,995
7,036
7,047
6,984
29,622
29,579
29,813
29,675
29,649
29,850
36
To states and political subdivisions
29,698
3,806
3,504
3,542
3,567
3,495
37
To foreign governments and official institutions
3,693
3,700
14,148
38
All other
14,708
13,408
14,029
13,775
13,612
14,401
13,181
13,030
13,230
13,229
13,229
13,222
39 Lease financing receivables
13,274
5,294
5,264
5,265
5,274
5,243
5,252
40 LESS* Unearned income
5,180
11,344
11,502
11,320
11,563
11,547
11,331
41
Loan and lease reserve3
11,462
3
637,722
636,816
640,928
641,998
42 Other loans and leases net
638,139
645,155
640,989
131,582
129,997
128,926
131,253
129,646
43 All other assets
134,165
129,006
1,063,203 1,050,939 1,053,022 1,052,582 1,047,742 1,045,367 1,062,875
44 Total assets
185,175
184,782
184,976
197,157
181,563
194,674
182,262
45 Demand deposits
140,202
140,277
148,738
141,767
46 Individuals partnerships and corporations
. ..
139,959
138,971
144,986
4,883
5,154
5,515
4,408
47 States and political subdivisions
,
5,169
4,719
4,693
2,713
2,286
4,040
1,897
1,156
4,512
2,581
48 U S government
22,280
22,233
21,574
49 Depository institutions in United States
25,386
20,383
23,684
21,625
5,740
5,392
6,366
4,989
5,429
5,302
50 Banks in foreign countries
6,050
744
736
776
5 1 Foreign ffovemments and official institutions
821
690
850
810
8,612
8,435
8,169
52 Certified ;md officers' checks
8,703
8,029
8,254
9,900
36,497
35,359
37,214
36,463
36,166
35,826
53 Transaction balances other than demand deposits
..
38,911
462,630
463,060
463,382
460,379
462,591
465,582
54 Nbntransaction balances .
464,658
426,494
427,762
424,992
426,960
430,434
427,623
428,492
55 Individuals partnerships and corporations
23,002
23,487
23,792
22,978
23,205
22,987
23,399
56 States and political subdivisions
447
355
342
423
455
349
347
57 U S Rovi'rnment
9,359
9,196
9,292
9,046
9,320
9,164
9,069
58 Depository institutions in the United States
2,784
2,714
2,917
2,750
2,955
2,735
59 Foreign governments, official institutions and banks
2,655
191,125
198,834
196,336
196,364
192,228
199,452
192,825
60 Liabilities for borrowed money
1,544
5,521
1,200
1,043
780
500
61 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
10,360
8,675
9,147
2,164
4,597
3,693
7,106
62 Treasury tax-and-loan notes
184,432
191,471
182,510
189,525
191,149
187,728
63 All other liabilities for borrowed money4
184,019
98,562
97,262
99,560
64 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . . .
98,150
97,479
97,960
97,192
978,062
979,045
989,184
979,570
974,528
972,172
65 Total liabilities
990,076
73,214
72,877
73,452
73,195
73,126
73,536
73,691
66 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)5
MEMO
6
804,844
800,344
798,221
801,287
799,929
799,397
67 Total loans and leases (gross) and investments adjusted . . . .
804,461
658,471
663,008
664,405
657,401
661,471
668,192
663,127
68 Total loans trnd leases (gross) adjusted3-6
156,945
156,658
157,161
156,993
157,640
69 Time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more
155,680
156,750
2,932
3,016
2,938
2,966
2,936
2,963
70 Loans sold outright to affiliates total7
2,990
1,971
1,924
1,929
2,028
1,981
1,953
2,015
71 Commerci'U and industrial
995
1,008
1,007
988
982
986
975
72 Other
176,642
176,451
176,887
176,916
175,813
178,578
73 Nontransaction savings deposits (including MMDAs)
177,167




49

17, All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Assets and liabilities, 19851—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Apr. 10

Account

May 8

May 15

May 22

92,644

.

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 . . .
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 net^
..
All other assets

. ..

97,740

89,414

104,951

90,293

98,196

93,981

837,936

834,702

846,163

838,877

853,775

844,962

86,006
16,040
69,966
21,613
34,795
13,558
45,897
2,534
43,363
38,476
4,523
33,952
4,887
2,980

....

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
.,

35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Mayl

86,776
17,360
69,417
21,166
34,682
13,569
48,874
5,131
43,744
38,822
4,724
34,098
4,921
2,905

85,366
16,344
69,022
20,787
33,984
14,251
48,872
4,862
44,009
38,921
4,723
34,198
5,088
2,309

84,042
14,747
69,296
21,000
34,324
13,971
49,075
5,105
43,970
38,950
4,939
34,011
5,020
3,108

85,502
15,533
69,968
20,937
35,155
13,876
48,606
4,258
44,349
39,167
4,993
34,174
5,182
3,067

87,800
15,999
71,801
20,898
37,027
13,876
48,565
4,386
44,178
39,277
4,995
34,283
4,901
3,378

87,916
15,854
72,062
20,434
36,944
14,685
48,976
4,465
44,511
39,352
4,941
34,411
5,159
2,876

56,458
40,526
11,091
4,842
658,066
644,774
254,283
3,234
251,049
245,347
5,702

52,609
35,678
12,052
4,879
663,514
650,225
254,827
2,844
251,983
246,405
5,578

53,204
36,342
10,775
6,086
661,716
648,248
253,773
2,525
251,248
245,698
5,550

57,542
39,937
12,224
5,381
669,247
655,733
254,920
2,582
252,337
246,841
5,496

51,715
34,974
10,904
5,837
666,897
653,350
255,823
2,234
253,589
248,089
5,500

59,457
40,502
12,887
6,067
671,517
657,960
254,893
2,256
252,637
247,065
5,572

54,410
36,987
11,605
5,818
667,744
654,082
254,382
2,200
252,182
246,654
5,528

165,088
116,630
39,439
9,894
5,812
23,733
15,364
6,999
29,836
3,729
13,405
13,292
5,196
11,502
641,368
131,876

165,350
117,513
39,558
10,308
5,511
23,739
18,450
7,053
29,806
3,722
13,947
13,288
5,199
11,542
646,772
131,169

165,882
118,170
39,735
10,951
5,280
23,505
16,674
7,084
29,942
3,701
13,287
13,468
5,215
11,549
644,952
129,220

166,344
118,786
41,672
12,042
5,449
24,180
18,738
7,071
30,018
3,593
14,591
13,514
5,175
11,676
652,396
130,640

166,420
118,931
40,864
11,600
5,664
23,601
17,503
7,097
30,061
3,538
13,111
13,546
5,165
11,745
649,987
127,907

167,293
119,180
40,936
11,411
5,636
23,889
20,515
7,162
30,129
3,959
13,893
13,557
5,179
11,762
654,576
128,912

167,310
119,468
40,589
11,301
5,595
23,693
17,883
7,183
30,123
3,649
13,495
13,662
5,190
11,771
650,783
127,634

1,057,230 1,066,845

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
...

28
29
30
31
32
33

Apr, 24

832,709

1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
2 Total loans, leases, and securities, net

24
25
26
27

Apr. 17

1,053,336

1,081,754

1,057,077

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

187,797
143,892
5,074
2,471
20,942
5,437
981
9,000
39,160

192,688
147,033
5,659
1,874
23,804
5,059
902
8,357
40,580

182,614
138,806
5,256
3,555
21,045
4,872
937
8,141
37,741

204,404
153,884
6,184
1,491
25,466
5,627
1,175
10,578
36,937

200,271
150,415
5,735
3,388
24,291
5,813
1,089
9,539
36,905

184,589
140,525
4,809
2,271
22,367
5,449
789
8,379
36,408

54 Nontransaction balances ,
55 Individuals partnerships and corporations
56
States and political subdivisions
57 U.S, 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 money4
64 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . . .

465,349
429,835
23,314
350
9,317
2,532
193,376
3,175
92
190,109
97,577

464,493
428,622
23,535
316
9,418
2,603
199,996
925
13,583
185,487
95,337

464,653
428,105
24,268
328
9,412
2,540
197,736
977
15,439
181,320
96,854

463,930
427,782
24,000
334
9,281
2,533
202,723
700
15,951
186,072
99,721

182,446
138,514
4,718
2,595
21,812
5,712
918
8,179
37,129
465,111
428,486
24,518
338
9,2%
2,472
203,631
70
15,962
187,599
94,542

466,160
429,264
24,719
345
9,387
2,445
206,941
830
12,119
193,992
96,420

467,152
429,728
25,090
357
9,576
2,400
208,020
3,831
11,141
193,047
96,209

65 Total liabilities

.

983,258

993,095

979,598 1,007,716

982,860

1,006,697

992,378

66 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)^

73,971

73,749

73,738

74,038

74,217

74,186

74,198

798,987
664,104
156,001
2,989
2,013
976
178,686

808,693
670,137
155,592
2,972
1,979
993
177,387

804,173
667,627
156,604
2,938
1,948
990
176,461

811,035
674,810
155,380
2,928
1,953
974
176,756

809,213
672,038
155,889
2,874
1,906
968
177,371

818,802
679,060
155,562
2,778
1,832
946
178,717

813,634
673,866
155,955
2,758
1,804
954
179,046

44 Total assets

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 $100,000 or more
Loans sold outright to affiliates total7
....
Commercial and industrial
Other . .
Nontransaction savings deposits (including MMDAs)

50



1,080,883 1,066,576

17. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Assets and liabilities, 19851—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

May 29

June 5

June 12

June 19

June 26

July 3

July 10

97,947
92,722
92,382
1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
97,046
94,839
100,556
87,485
838,812
860,708
848,537
2 Total loans, leases, and securities, net
857,676
848,191
863,230
851,859
87,297
86,150
86,295
3 U.S. Treasury and government agencies
88,300
86,197
88,208
89,171
18,621
14,918
16,602
16,350
4 Trading account
15,860
16,678
16,661
72,379
69,848
69,529
70,434
5 Investment account by maturity
,
71,698
71,530
72,510
21,172
21,812
6
One year or less
20,689
20,718
20,868
21,930
21,453
34,013
37,026
34,118
34,694
7
One through five years
35,516
36,136
35,535
14,344
14,663
14,861
13,928
8
Over five years
15,445
14,084
14,922
49,636
48,908
49,147
49,217
48,985
48,417
9 Other securities
48,318
3,795
3,981
4,142
10 Trading account
4,973
4,100
4,022
3,845
45,166
45,075
44,663
45,190
44,316
1 1 Investment account
44,473
44,885
39,520
39,776
40,003
39,911
39,885
12
States and political subdivisions by maturity
39,089
39,204
5,215
5,417
5,281
5,169
5,249
4,819
4,877
13
One year or less
34,716
34,305
34,527
34,585
34,629
14
Over one year
34,270
34,327
5,255
5,142
5,188
5,190
5,109
5,228
15
Other bonds, corporate stocks, and securities
5,269
4,093
3,138
2,996
3,561
4,212
4,371
16 Other trading account assets
5,150
60,657
50,841
55,007
56,589
63,842
62,383
52,976
17 Federal funds sold2
43,071
34,052
43,572
36,353
37,869
44,629
35,808
18 To commercial banks
12,583
11,303
11,656
11,298
12,347
12,521
11,862
19 To nonhank brokers and dealers in securities
6,071
7,417
6,866
5,929
5,491
6,290
5,306
20 To others
3
672,078
669,506
676,948
664,414
669,520
677,613
21 Other loans and leases, gross
674,066
658,321
655,793
663,223
650,813
655,837
663,672
22 Other loans gross*'
660,079
252,186
253,327
253,599
254,095
254,036
253,244
23
Commercial and industrial^
253,629
2,344
2,276
2,033
2,447
2,287
2,663
24
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
2,553
249,842
251,052
251,566
251,648
251,342
251,372
25
All other
. ,
250,690
245,952
246,506
246,460
244,750
246,246
246,297
245,642
26
U.S. addressees
5,100
5,092
5,060
5,188
5,096
5,075
5,048
27
Non-U S addressees
3
169,154
168,056
168,472
167,410
167,418
169,162
28
Real estate loans
169,344
120,373
120,893
120,160
119,914
121,699
122,408
29
To individuals for personal expenditures
122,466
39,583
40,548
39,892
40,140
40,003
40,400
40,674
30
To depository and financial institutions
10,480
11,072
10,502
11,078
10,860
10,678
10,633
31
Commercial banks in the United States
5,217
5,304
5,482
5,251
5,473
5,263
5,570
32
Batiks in foreign countries
24,172
24,164
23,886
23,563
23,879
24,240
24,471
33
Nonbank depositories and other financial institutions . . .
19,752
19,634
24,747
14,936
19,477
21,983
19,721
34
For purchasing and carrying securities
7,233
7,237
7,280
7,187
7,236
7,355
35
To finance agricultural production
7,349
30,029
30,215
30,098
30,088
29,992
30,101
30,057
36
To states and political subdivisions
3,442
3,428
3,444
3,572
3,427
3,312
3,252
37
To foreign governments and official institutions
14,274
13,807
14,933
14,066
13,899
14,922
13,967
38
All olher
13,714
13,941
13,725
13,757
13,601
13,683
13,987
39 Lease financing receivables
5,178
5,219
5,194
5,147
5,165
5,194
5,199
40 LESS* Unearned income
12,013
11,978
11,744
11,960
12,015
12,568
12,622
41
Loan and lease reserve3
3
659,758
654,880
647,477
652,413
652,326
659,851
656,244
42 Other loans and leases, net
131,922
131,605
124,452
131,940
130,345
138,165
135,067
43 All other assets
1,061,211 1,086,662 1,073,375 1,085,352 1,072,524 1,101,951 1,074,411
44 Total assets
196,054
192,454
197,361
194,231
206,134
190,838
191,711
45 Demand deposits .
.
146,450
148,694
143,736
146,063
148,091
153,667
146,595
46 Individuals partnerships and corporations
4,814
5,705
5,378
5,268
5,550
5,063
5,169
47 States and political subdivisions
4,422
2,560
1,047
4,133
2,350
4,456
1,631
48 U S government
24,132
21,921
25,234
23,586
22,224
25,491
22,250
49 Depository institutions in United States
5,202
5,114
5,448
5,347
6,008
5,701
5,912
50 Banks in foreign countries
842
1,057
813
787
772
898
905
51 Foreign governments and official institutions
9,054
8,780
9,378
9,983
10,788
10,956
9,354
52 Certified and officers' checks
37,943
38,400
38,864
36,671
39,412
38,904
36,401
53 Transaction balances other than demand deposits
471,175
470,367
469,761
471,662
469,420
467,566
470,710
54 Nontransaction balances
434,884
430,589
432,962
433,956
433,690
436,469
435,319
55 Individuals partnerships and corporations
24,197
23,973
24,257
23,822
23,088
24,853
23,227
56 States and political subdivisions
340
376
366
376
397
388
392
57 U S government
9,468
9,594
9,437
9,426
9,448
9,508
9,392
58 Depository institutions in the United States
2,357
2,322
2,414
2,369
2,344
2,280
2,379
59 Foreign governments official institutions and banks
.,
210,435
199,463
201,512
194,900
210,267
217,015
207,165
60 Liabilities for borrowed money
123
3,212
118
3,472
730
2,919
66
61 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
12,659
2,563
2,131
7,591
14,466
15,230
13,633
62 Treasury tax-and-loan notes
4
194,564
186,580
204,785
197,210
186,927
198,313
193,466
63 All other liabilities for borrowed money
95,741
94,694
95,636
95,865
98,939
92,932
90,784
64 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . . .
998,202 1,010,300
997,722 1,027,156
999,274
986,958 1,011,777
65 Total liabilities
75,173
75,052
74,884
74,253
74,803
74,795
75,137
66 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)5
MEMO
6
817,022
823,755
810,837
819,651
818,303
826,742
823,240
67 Total loans and leases (gross) and investments adjusted . . . .
683,462
678,230
677,747
670,343
679,653
685,746
680,601
68 Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted3*6
.
....
155,573
155,555
155,385
154,401
154,012
155,259
152,798
69 Time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more
2,585
2,472
2,774
2,620
2,326
2,371
2,380
70 Loans sold outright to affiliates, total7
1,636
1,639
1,537
1,767
1,433
1,457
1,450
71 Commercial and industrial . .
984
946
935
914
1,006
893
930
72 Other
182,722
183,089
182,912
185,024
185,464
179,786
181,929
73 Nontransaction savings deposits (including MMDAs)




51

17. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Assets and liabilities, 198S1—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

July 17

July 24

July 31

Aug. 7

Aug. 14

Aug. 21

Aug. 28

86,731
86,034
88,212
93,419
90,916
89 220
96 336
1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
857,431
851,542
848,567
854,973
841,741
853,818
854,176
2 Total loans, leases, and securities, net
84,738
86,595
86090
86491
85 830
84 729
3 U S Treasury and government agencies
85,665
13,861
13,523
15,578
13,965
15,258
14,118
4 Trading account
13,879
72,229
71,233
71,215
71,016
71,699
70,610
71,951
5 Investment account, by maturity
21,724
21,867
21,302
21,292
21,743
21,537
21,130
6
One year or less
35,990
35,810
36,031
35,957
35,851
34,958
36,217
7
One through five years
14,514
14,390
14,556
13,680
13,447
14,457
13,497
8
Over five years
50,659
49,780
51,922
53 0%
49 332
49,679
52,310
9 Other securities
5,298
4,800
6,108
6,172
4,490
4,671
5,995
10 Trading account
..
44,980
45,814
46,684
44,842
45,361
46,315
45,008
1 1 Investment account
,
39,823
40,521
39,582
40,180
40,954
39,721
41,326
12
States and political subdivisions by maturity
5,155
5,534
5,088
5,333
5,827
4,902
4,948
13
One year or less . .
35,026
34,735
35,188
34,680
35,420
34,773
35,498
14
Over one year
5,157
5,294
5,181
5,287
5 158
15
Other bonds corporate stocks and securities . . , .
5,260
5,361
3,572
3,974
3,484
1,714
3,750
3,779
3,533
16 Other trading account assets
50,794
59,143
53,401
54,099
57,028
52,509
53,426
17 Federal funds sold2
41,404
34,803
33,284
35,528
38 900
33,358
18 To commercial banks
....
35 305
11,913
12,842
1 1 ,965
12,375
19 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
12,676
12,266
11,809
5,363
5,452
5,792
20 To others
5,243
5,908
7,226
6,985
676,802
674,955
676 037
669,962
673 882
21 Other loans and leases gross3
..
677 268
676 166
3
655,954
659,754
662,772
662,041
660,888
663,132
22 Other loans, gross
662 168
253,772
253,128
251,374
23
Commercial and industrial3
252,060
252,049
251,832
252,981
2,541
2,411
2,615
2,427
24
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
2,410
2,241
2,400
250 514
249 591
25
All other
249 648
251 363
249 508
250 581
248 947
244429
244,544
246 274
245,462
244 602
26
U S addressees
245 558
243,918
5,052
5,088
5,079
5,023
5,029
27
Non-U.S. addressees
5,105
4,989
3
170,710
171,854
169,976
171,070
172,291
28
Real estate loans
170,065
172,507
123 892
124 613
122 746
123 352
124,085
125 009
29
To individuals for personal expenditures
125 790
40,884
40,363
40,913
40,923
30
To depository and financial institutions
40,162
40,556
40 7H8
10949
10487
10 979
11 131
10 892
11
Commercial banks in the United States
10 876
11 122
5,799
5,157
5,557
5,423
5,325
32
Banks in foreign countries
5,499
5026
23,684
24,136
24,359
24,706
24,523
24,641
33
Nonbank depositories and other financial institutions . . .
24,319
16,729
34
For purchasing and carrying securities
15,594
18,591
15,860
19,930
18,170
16054
7,323
35
To finance agricultural production
7,327
7,335
7,316
7,234
7,318
7,278
30 414
30508
30909
36
To states and political subdivisions
30 248
30,509
31 058
31 051
3,254
37
To foreign governments and official institutions
3,352
3,153
2,966
3,415
2,991
3,147
13,977
38
All other
13 825
13 606
15 126
14 064
13,564
13 764
14,030
39 Lease financing receivables
13,996
14,067
14,136
14,007
14,128
14,199
5,202
5 221
5 214
40 LFSS* Unearned income
5 202
5 211
5,228
5 210
12,614
12,734
12,915
41
Loan and lease reserve3
12,600
12,871
12,949
12 956
42 Other loans and leases net^
658 235
658 846
656 882
652 119
655 753
659 109
658 200
136,481
132,512
133,738
43 All other assets
132,612
132 050
126 805
125 81H
44 Total assets
1,083,024 1,062,565 1,087,331 1,069,036 1,074,509 1,067,811 1,068,877
190,303
197,427
188,412
45 Demand deposits ,
194,595
186,530
186,369
186,750
150,012
143,882
146 237
46 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations ,
...
149,450
142 477
141,436
142 897
5,104
5,867
4,784
47 States and political subdivisions
5,188
5,348
5,365
4697
2,727
1 600
2 353
48 U S government
.
.
1 157
2,309
1 114
1 830
22,714
49 Depository institutions in United States
23,311
21,762
23,943
20,847
22,975
22 539
6030
50 Banks in foreign countries
6059
5,598
5,446
5 047
5 316
4 880
816
937
51 Foreign governments and official institutions
842
791
746
808
891
9 159
52 Certified and officers' checks
8 590
9,660
8 207
9,086
8 536
9015
39 669
53 Transaction balances other than demand deposits
38 493
37 836
38 585
18 976
38 567
18 361
471,541
472,176
54 Nontransaction balances
470,802
474,684
473,029
473,639
474 262
437,402
435,336
436,060
437 416
55 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
435,205
438 118
437 559
23 818
56 States and political subdivisions
23 525
23 672
24429
24 210
23 980
24 510
412
371
57 U.S. government
399
465
398
419
488
9,521
58 Depository institutions in the United States
9,344
9,392
9,476
9,356
9,412
9461
2 365
2 357
59 Foreign governments, official institutions and banks
2,350
2 237
2,163
2244
2 258
210 755
60 Liabilities for borrowed money
206 567
194 797
200,012
200957
195 701
197 088
229
61 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
50
919
1 627
3 370
180
705
16,336
62 Treasury tax-and-loan notes
15,015
6,521
15,501
5 727
7035
7 144
4
63 All other liabilities for borrowed money
. .,
192,370
189 312
188,096
193 602
184,461
187 960
189 714
96,415
93,152
95,082
64 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . . .
91,306
96,225
96,021
96,249
65 Total liabilities
1,007,797
992,881
987,064 1,011,171
998,210
991,502
992,709
75 227
76 160
76 156
66 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)5
75 500
76 299
76 309
76 167
MEMO
823,034
67 Total loans and leases (gross) and investments adjusted6 . . . .
822,592
820,707
828,882
815,320
823,268
825,558
683,592
681,531
68 Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted3'6
676,492
683,678
686,445
680,880
684 039
153,468
69 Time deposits in amounts of $100 000 or more
152,968
154,587
153,975
155 440
156064
156 297
7
2 194
2,262
2 189
70 Loans sold outright to affiliates total
. ,.
2 363
2 132
2 114
2 158
1 443
1 292
1 292
71 Commercial and industrial
1 347
1 281
1 248
1 260
72 Other
920
902
915
898
877
885
854
185 504
186 768
73 Nontransaction savings deposits (including MMDAs) .
185 653
186 670
186 555
187 056
186 459

52




17. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Assets and liabilities, 19851—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account
1 Cash and bulunces due from depository institutions

Sept. 4
107,573
866,636

Sept. 11
92,676
863,774

Sept. 18
90,942

861,250
2 Total loans, leases, and securities, net
86,234
88,593
86,840
3 U.S. Treasury and government agencies
16079
17 425
16 309
4 Trading account
70,154
71 168
70 531
5 Investo'ent account by maturity
20,741
6
One year or less
20,305
20,319
36447
36 373
35,970
7
One through five years
13,879
13,980
13,839
8
Over five years
52,097
52,402
9 Other securities
52,440
5 235
5 244
10 Trading account
5,114
46,862
47,326
47 158
1 1 Investment account
42,034
41,415
41,727
12
States and political subdivisions, by maturity
5 880
5 979
13
One year or less
6,186
35,535
35,748
14
Over one year
35,848
5,447
5,292
5,431
15
Other bonds, coporate stocks, and securities
4 162
3,404
3 657
16 Other trading account assets
57 369
59 640
17 Federal funds sold2
54,516
36,864
39,434
18 To commercial banks
35,089
12,234
12,970
19 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
12,620
7,192
20 To others
7 535
7,585
3
683 034
21 Other loans and leases gross
682 727
679 580
668,793
668 481
665 360
22 Other loans gross3
253,800
253,004
23
Commercial and industrial3
253,933
2 399
2 452
24
Bunkers acceptances and commercial paper
2 304
25
AH other
. . .
251,629
251,401
250 551
246,402
245,578
26
U.S. addressees
246,669
5 000
27
Non-U S addressees
4,960
4974
28
Real estate loans3
. .
173,605
172 591
173 251
126,673
29
To individuals for personal expenditures
125,971
126,266
41 571
40059
30
To depository and financial institutions
40,666
10,905
31
Commercial banks in the United States
10,565
10,108
5,521
32
Bunks in foreign countries
5 963
5 106
24,702
33
Nonbank depositories and other financial institutions . . .
24,580
24,845
17 177
34
For purchasing and carrying securities
17 725
17,968
7,166
7,164
35
To finance agricultural production
7,115
30,794
31 040
30 769
36
To states and political subdivisions
3,127
37
To foreign governments and official institutions . . .
3,186
3,193
38
All other
14910
15 977
13 928
14,241
39 Lease financing receivables
. .
....
14246
14,220
40 LESS* Unearned income
5 154
5 153
5 158
13,225
41
Loan and lease reserve3
.
...
13 160
13,187
664,414
664,655
661,234
42 Other loans and leases, net3
130 522
129 609
43 All other assets
128,728
44 Total assets
1,104,730 1,086,059 1,080,919
4 5 Demand deposits . . . .
....
193,274
212,753
192,333
46 Individuals partnerships and corporations
146 928
160 644
148 557
4,864
47 States and political subdivisions
5,190
5,658
48 U S government
3,979
1 552
2 521
22,505
27 610
21 756
49 Depository institutions in United States
5,428
6,742
5,272
50 Banks in foreign countries
784
871
51 Foreign governments and official institutions
1,208
8,459
9 675
8 155
52 Certified and officers' checks
39,595
41,426
53 Transaction balances other than demand deposits
40,291
474,447
475,228
54 Nontransiiction balances ,
475,488
438,265
438 109
438 893
55 Individuals partnerships and corporations
24 258
24,710
24476
56 States ;ind political subdivisions
475
472
466
57 U.S. government
9,429
9,448
9,380
58 Depository institutions in the United States
2,160
2,272
59 Foreign governments, official institutions and banks
2,350
203,162
202 365
202 965
60 Liabilities for borrowed money
397
240
725
61 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
15,833
4761
3 396
62 Treasury tax-and-loan notes
63 All other liabilities for borrowed money4
186,931
197 365
198 844
97,278
98,242
64 Other liabilities and subordinated notes and debentures . . .
93,190
1,028,269 1,009,320 1,004,448
65 Total liabilities
76,461
76,740
66 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)5
76,470
MEMO
6
833,974
837,180
832,577
67 Total loans and leases (gross) and investments adjusted . . . .
692 327
691,896
689 677
68 Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted3*6
156,407
155 097
156 277
69 Time dejiosits in amounts of $100 000 or more
2,218
2,057
2,088
70 Loans sold outright to affiliates, total7
1,282
1,420
71 Commercial and industrial
1,250
806
806
72 Other
798
187,244
186,864
73 Non trans action savings deposits (including MMDAs)
187,636




Sept. 25

Oct. 2

Oct. 9

Oct. 16

87,788
100,940
89 159
108 724
861,929
871,948
869,298
864,286
87,438
85 004
85 178
86 269
17 175
15 569
17 468
18 442
70,263
69 434
67 711
67 828
19,821
19,522
18 586
18 434
36469
35 802
35 194
35 275
13,973
14 111
14002
14048
53,005
52 718
52 846
53,128
5 532
4 570
5 065
4 469
47,473
48 063
48 376
48 147
42,304
42,826
42,888
43 026
6434
6 683
6 742
6713
35,870
36,142
36 175
36 284
5,169
5,237
5,350
5,259
3,671
3 990
3 558
3 596
54,554
57 151
62 353
55 948
35,479
35 868
36,920
41 275
12,006
14,485
13,433
14,177
7,070
6 592
6,798
5 903
681 590
688 224
684 999
685 176
667 330
673 890
670 650
670 832
253,084
252 149
254 289
253 010
2 323
2439
2 248
2 425
250,761
249 724
251 850
250 762
245,852
245,834
246,859
244 824
4,909
4991
4900
4 928
174,219
175 104
175 374
175 938
127,212
127,417
127 624
127,481
40 245
41 354
41 122
40 636
10,647
10,621
11 253
10906
5 410
6 145
5 244
5 911
24,188
24,588
24,304
24,139
16473
17 606
17 531
18 679
7,094
7,141
7 130
7 085
30 911
31 091
31 101
31 112
3,228
3,308
3 194
3 360
14 864
14 226
16 581
14 729
14,333
14,260
14 344
14 349
5 166
5 112
5 108
5 136
13,164
13 051
13 091
13 108
663,260
667,013
670,025
666 756
126,444
126 857
130 977
128 768
1,076,160 1,101,215 1,087,964 1,101,778
186,591
209,733
189 321
214 748
142 776
159 498
147 198
163 197
5,094
5,763
4 341
5 103
1 839
1 414
1 334
1 787
21 812
21 553
25 160
29030
5,153
5,360
6,816
5 689
1,042
794
891
885
8 669
10 289
9057
8 851
40,128
40054
38,079
39,937
476,615
478,604
479 148
477 509
441 500
439,566
442 597
441 400
24901
25 186
24 082
24 495
482
486
467
476
9,323
9,027
9 181
9 189
2,339
2,423
2,393
2,362
205 320
207 934
214 327
205 167
1,272
3,262
320
265
16,885
7 321
199
338
187 163
200 293
210 865
204 563
93,143
87,768
87,379
86,870
999,748 1,023,977 1,010,304 1,024,348
76,412
77,238
77,660
77 430
834,133
690,019
158,139
2,209
1,362
847
187,029

839,955
697,834
158 233
2,189
1,298
891
188,828

837,583
695 000
158 811
2,077
1 249
827
188,980

835,754
694 172
157 168
2,081
1 261
821
189,219

53

17. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Assets and liabilities, 19851—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

Oct. 23

Oct 30

Nov. 6

Nov. 13

Nov. 20

Nov.27

96,084
109,470
89,435
93,256
99,278
1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions
. ..
92,383
863,067
881,122
873,547
858,557
891,575
894,258
2 Total loans, leases, and securities, net
..
83,024
88,626
88,017
84,182
90,576
90,571
3 U.S. Treasury and government agencies
15,950
19,627
18,889
17,213
20,024
21,508
4 Trading account
67,074
69,128
68,999
69,068
66,969
70,547
5 Investment account by maturity
19,622
18,092
18,235
19,909
20,541
6
One year or less
21,069
34,542
34,695
35,381
34,629
34,681
35,286
7
One through five years
14,296
14,396
14,125
14,248
14,192
13,846
8
Over five years
54,585
54,841
53,282
54,075
55,554
58,314
9 Other securities
5,082
4,763
5,073
4,577
4,896
10 Trading account
6,131
49,312
49,512
49,759
48,704
50,658
11 Investment account . ,
52,182
44,335
43,416
43,917
43,996
45,224
46,713
12
States and political subdivisions by maturity
6,594
6,801
6,723
6,632
6,751
6,890
13
One year or less
37,116
37,273
37,740
36,665
39,824
38,592
14
Over one year
. ,,,,
5,424
5,516
5,434
5,288
5,395
5,469
15
Other bonds corporate stocks and securities
4,304
5,074
4,658
4,438
3,899
5,805
16 Other trading account assets
.
62,914
57,185
53,941
55,082
64,826
17 Federal funds sold2
.
61,179
35,674
42,616
42,165
36,389
35,139
39,683
18 To commercial banks
13,271
13,712
13,102
13,126
13,434
14,339
19 To nonbank brokers and dealers in securities
6,282
7,027
7,084
5,700
9,228
7,157
20 To others
.
684,854
687,451
681,547
688,426
694,733
696,880
21 Other loans and leases, gross3
3
670,449
673,951
680,228
673,001
667,186
682,338
22 Other loans gross
252,749
255,120
253,686
252,542
254,379
255,075
23
Commercial and industrial3
2,571
2,345
2,238
2,229
2,180
2,198
24
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
251,342
252,549
250,521
250,304
252,198
252,876
25
All other
...
246,470
247,677
247,348
245,697
245,428
247,927
26
U.S. addressees
4,872
4,872
4,850
4,823
4,876
4,949
27
Non-U.S. addressees
,
3
177,617
176,204
176,962
177,805
176,657
177,869
28
Real estate loans
128,640
129,208
128,558
128,820
127,960
129,966
29
To individuals for personal expenditures
40,717
39,411
40,406
40,879
39,330
41,161
30
To depository and financial institutions
....
10,624
10,073
10,593
10,800
10,563
11,319
31
Commercial banks in the United States
5,653
5,277
5,015
5,019
5,076
4,986
32
Banks in foreign countries
,
24,680
24,816
23,661
25,064
23,829
24,857
33
Nonbank depositories and other financial institutions
16,844
15,862
21,457
17,098
15,408
20,746
34
For purchasing and carrying securities
6,923
6,863
6,817
7,003
7,048
6,761
35
To finance agricultural production
(
31,566
31,S74
31,338
31,236
31,463
31,907
36
To states and political subdivisions
3,395
3,276
3,233
3,157
3,214
3,210
37
To foreign governments and official institutions
14,213
14,877
14,476
14,244
15,644
14,577
38
All other
14,475
14,504
14,361
14,541
14,450
14,405
39 Lease financing receivables
5,112
5,137
5,135
5,098
5,090
40 LESS: Unearned income
5,089
13,391
13,462
13,159
13,507
41
Loan and lease
reserve3
. ..
13,135
13,400
3
668,846
669,923
676,181
666,582
663,253
42 Other loans and leases, net
678,390
125,920
127,970
127,041
124,420
125,416
129,892
43 All other assets
....
1,077,229 1,076,922 1,105,176 1,108,938 1411,000 1,123,428
44 Total assets
.
189,004
198,716
195,741
208,576
201,285
45 Demand deposits
.
211,653
150,484
149,672
145,156
159,467
152,307
162,131
46 Individuals partnerships and corporations
...
4,932
4,642
4,824
4,535
5,052
5,138
47 States and political subdivisions . . .
2,511
2,189
2,441
1,558
3,678
48 U S government
2,899
22,839
23,043
21,631
21,208
26,653
25,271
49 Depository institutions in United States
5,558
5,593
5,274
5,667
5,618
5,440
50 Banks in foreign countries
. ..
1,056
854
767
915
1,060
5 1 Foreign governments and official institutions
1,219
11,658
10,924
9,186
9,636
10,734
52 Certified and officers* checks
9,553
41,135
39,270
40,547
40,158
53 Transaction balances other than demand deposits
,
39,042
40,587
478,385
477,361
478,537
479,542
54 Nontransaction balances
478,268
479,732
442,352
441,943
442,669
441,083
444,202
55 Individuals partnerships and corporations
443,536
24,244
23,584
24,104
23,916
23,879
56 States and political subdivisions
23,657
479
492
492
502
57 U.S. government
478
535
9,136
9,057
9,054
9,153
9,207
9,081
58 Depository institutions in the United States
2,596
2,474
2,641
59 Foreign governments official institutions and banks
2,450
2,570
2,258
224,614
198,728
203,263
216,790
225,699
60 Liabilities for borrowed money . . . .
,.
228,476
1,928
4,124
1,551
250
285
61 Borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks
365
215
2,740
622
1,249
9,454
62 Treasury tax-and-loan notes
3,218
219,945
200,463
213,322
63 All other liabilities for borrowed money4
198,228
220,953
218,657
86,472
88,072
84,548
86,622
90,976
64 Other liabilities and subordinated note and debentures
85,534
999,851 1,027,397 1,030,923 1,033,306 1,045,982
999,873
65 Total liabilities
.
...
78,014
77,779
77,693
77,071
77,356
66 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)5
77,446
MEMO
846,936
857,162
831,120
845,140
67 Total loans and leases (gross) and investments adjusted**
835,101
861,746
689,757
697,624
698,651
706,595
693,698
68 Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted3'6
707,056
157,327
157,467
157,060
69 Time deposits in amounts of $100,0007 or more
158,262
157,402
157,757
1,969
1,951
2,050
2,015
70 Loans sold outright to affiliates — total
..
1,977
1,898
1,230
1,264
1,213
1,170
1,248
1,137
71 Commercial and industrial
740
72 Other . .
801
751
781
764
761
190,803
190,380
189,431
191,471
189,050
191,322
73 Nontransaction savings deposits (including MMDAs)

54




17. All large weekly reporting commercial banks—Assets and liabilities, 19851—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures

Dec. 4

Account

Dec. 11

Dec. 18

Dec. 25

Dec. 318

Adjustment
bank9

1 Cash and balances due from depository institutions

108,183

101 603

107,545

104,202

121 648

590

2 Total loans, leases, and securities, net

902,462

886,663

909,854

908,047

926,535

5,282

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

90,616
19,238
71 377
20,006
35 058
16,313
58,919
6,178
52,741
47 254
7,012
40,242
5,486
6,419

87,125
15,990
71 136
20,044
34432
16,660
59,758
5,819
53,939
48,450
7,034
41,416
5,489
5,601

91,174
19,081
72,093
19,190
34 754
18,149
62,981
7,256
55,726
50,114
7,459
42,655
5,612
5,394

85,469
15,776
69694
18,520
33 757
17,416
67,862
9,371
58,491
52,852
7,742
45,109
5,639
5,933

82,290
13,443
68 847
17,952
33 217
17,678
79,344
11,986
67,358
61,613
11,137
50,476
5,744
4,781

785
14
771
282
409
80
387
2
384
372
70
303
12

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
Othet loans, gross3
23
Commercial and industrial3
24
Bankers acceptances and commercial paper
25
All other
26
U S addressees
27
Non-U.S. addressees

68,035
44,258
16,859
6,917
697,144
682,572
256,492
2646
253,847
248,901
4,946

58,485
35,787
15,082
7,616
694,388
679,760
254,173
2 163
252,010
247,104
4,906

63,246
42,186
14,160
6,899
705,738
690,967
255,076
2036
253,040
248,214
4,826

59,205
37,771
14,607
6,827
708,290
693,445
255,372
2 164
253,207
248,362
4,845

61,008
39,610
14,815
6,582
717,653
702,280
259,819
2013
257,806
252,908
4,898

1,686
1,686

178,199
130,061
42481
11,892
5,720
24,869
17 606
6,677
31 865
3,292
15,898
14,572
5,046
13,624
678,474
130,619

178,747
130,908
42,378
11,509
5,926
24,943
16,078
6,612
31,950
3,198
15,716
14,628
5,049
13,646
675,693
129,048

179,401
131,891
42,965
12,068
5,288
25,608
22,282
6,599
32,439
3,253
17,060
14,772
5,062
13,617
687,060
131,476

179,051
132,638
42,202
11,716
5,508
24,978
22,535
6,596
33,313
3,265
18,472
14,844
5,084
13,628
689,578
132,636

179,349
133,638
44,842
12,492
5,706
26,644
19,818
6,735
36,282
3,138
18,659
15,373
4,993
13,548
699,112
138,663

1,141,264

1,117,315

1,148,874

1,144,885

1,186,846

6,064

213,863
163,253
4,999
3,749
24,547
5,292

206,658
157,671
5,279
2,529
23,418
6,271

217,340
162,134
5,382
3,748
26,005
5,489

220,204
166,386
5,574
2,068
27,682
6,779

1,147

991

822

11,268
42,173

10,795
41,584

13,590
41,709

10,892
41,799

254,210
192,578
6,359
1,583
30,750
7,383
1,073
14,483
43,116

479 203
444 274
23,181

480,939
445 450
23,570

480,530
444,588
23,588

482,622
446,601
23,830

490,387
453,229
24,859

3,722
3,521

8 795
2,413
240,631
3 311

8 976
2,392
222,060

9,329
2,313
233,245

908

260
204

236,412
87 277

221,595
87 846

9,475
2,321
242,611
1,667
11,596
229,348
88 826

15,681
216,752
88,754

9,449
2,333
229,890
2,395
16,906
210,589
90,566

1,063,148

1,039,087

1,071,016

1,066,624

1,108,168

5,613

78,117

78,227

77,858

78,261

78,677

450

864981
709,028
156,818
1,914
1,184

858 062
705,577
158,258
1,838
1,099

874,278
714,729
158,246
1,885
1,152

877,271
718,007
159,788
1,891
1,147

892,973
726,559
164,058
1,831
1,115

3,692
2,520

191,659

191,834

191,581

192,139

195,592

1,161

28

Real estate loans3

30
31
32
33
34

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

36

To states and political subdivisions

38

All other

42 Other loans and leases, net3
43 All other assets

'.

44 Total assets
45 Demand deposits
46
Individuals partnerships and corporations
47
States and political subdivisions

, . ...

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 U S 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 money4
64
Other liabilities and subordinated note and debentures
65 Total liabilities
66 Residual (total assets minus total liabilities)5
67
68
69
70
71
72
73

MtMO
Total loans and leases (gross) and investments adjusted6
Total loans and leases (gross) adjusted3*6
Time deposits in amounts of $100 000 or more
Logins sold outright to affiliates — total7
(Commercial and industrial
Other
Nontransaction savings deposits (including MMDAs)




755

.

540

..

730

694

551

739

559

733

548

812

744

517

2,530
2,511
1,433

27

1,406
1,405

1

1,324
-534

66
10

56
2
36
82
23
79
19
57
48
2,425

191

964
91
10
32
49
461
187
2
11
170
170
113

279

716

55

18. Large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Assets and
liabilities, 19851
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

1 Cash and due from depository institutions
0 Total loans and securities

Jan. 2

Jan. 9

Jan. 16

Jan. 23

Jan. 30

Feb. 6

Feb. 13

Feb. 20

Feb. 27

6,992
47 458

6,465
44t243

6,580
43723

6,384
44,224

6,878
44,417

6,354
43,960

7,346
45,246

6,295
45 310

6,378
46,436

4,005
1 418
5,642
5,256
387
36,394
21 201

4,100
1,418
3,260
2,865
395
35,464
20,222

4,111
1 476
3,326
3,018
308
34,810
20 102

3,966
1,485
3,844
3,530
314
34,929
20,392

4,075
1,500
4,487
4,074
413
34,355
20,223

4,197
1,527
3,353
2,958
395
34,883
20,552

4,023
1,528
5,070
4,629
442
34,624
20429

4,043
I 477
4,397
3,993
404
35,393
20645

4,050
1 513
5,390
4,987
403
35,482
20587

1,453
19 748
18,330
1 418
10,944
8,188
1 511
1 245

1,354
18,868
17,479
1,389
11,291
8,680
1,407
1 203

1,468
18,635
17,235
1 400
10,850
8,527
1,426

1,489
18,903
17,561
1,342
10,908
8,701
1,331

1,509
18,714
17,410
1,304
10,498
8,363
1,314

1,766
18,787
11 AH
1,309
10,593
8,171
1,332
1 090

1,733
18,695
17,369
1 326
10,549
8,296
1 434

1,900
18 744
17,434
1 310
11 035
8,787
1 346

1,759
18 828
17,456
1 371
11,225
8,979
1 324

3 U.S. Treasury and government agency
securities

4 Other securities

s

2

Federal funds sold

...

6 To commercial banks in the United States . . ,
7 To others
...
8 Other loans gross . . . .
q Commercial and industrial
10
Bankers acceptances and commercial
paper
,
All other
U S. addressees
Non-U S addressees
To financial institutions
Commercial banks in the United States . . .
Banks in foreign countries , ,
Nonbank financial institutions
To foreign governments and official
institutions
For purchasing and carrying securities .
All other
Other assets (claims on nonrelated parties) . . . .
Net due from related institutions
Total assets
Deposits or credit balances due to other than
directly related institutions
Transaction accounts and credit balances3 . . .
Demand deposits
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .
Other
Time and savings deposits4
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .
Other
Borrowings from other than directly related
j nstitutions
Federal funds purchased5
From commercial banks in the United
States
...
.
...
From others
Other liabilities for borrowed money . .
To commercial banks in the United States. .
To others
Other liabilities to nonrelated parties
Net due to related institutions
Total liabilities

MEMO
42 Total loans (gross) and securities adjusted6 . . . .
43 Total loans (gross) adjusted^

11
1?

13

14
15
16

17
18
1Q
70
21
??

03
24
25
76
27
78

79
30
31

32

33
34
3S
36
37
38

3Q
40
41

56



897

876

822

819

902

923

493

495

489

475

1 193
2,175
18,434
11 354
80092

498
914

486

1,382
2,074
18,901
11,412
81 021

477
968

483

1 681
2,075
18,719
9 238
82 408

2,184
18,486
10,445
79 540

2,222
18,421
10,172
79 888

1 118
2,137
18,340
11,026
79681

1 001
2 158
18,400
10669
81 661

1 015
2223
18,265
11 120
80990

2 165
18,788
11 138
82 740

24,772
201
1,873
937
937
22,697
18,532
4 165

24,319
132
1,582
838
743
22,604
18,502
4 102

23,995
137
1,651
837
815
22,206
18,078
4 129

23,883
136
1,492
749
743
22,255
18,101
4 154

23,995
118
1,580
799
780
22,297
18,168
4 129

23,881
129
1,628
880
748
22,124
18,084
4039

23,995
193
1 613
821
792
22,189
18,065
4 124

24028
140
1 670
916
754
22218
18,046
4 172

24,853
232
1 621
844
777
23,000
18,586
4 414

29 033
11 627

29 226
11 663

29 723
12 113

28 310
11,538

27 805
11,419

29 187
12 361

30 539
12 675

29 718
12017

28 994
10742

9 828
1,798
17 406
15,748
1 658
20462
8 141
82,408

9 614
2,050
17 563
16,011
1,552
20457
7019
81,021

9927
2,187
17 609
16,002
1 607
19972
6403
80,092

8,828
2,709
16773
15,190
1,583
20058
7,288
79,540

8 926
2,494
16 386
14,955
1 431
20048
8 040
79,888

9 549
2,812
16 826
15,452
1 374
20020
6 593
79681

9 940
2 735
17 864
16,407
1 457
20 046
7 081
81 661

9 365
2 652
17 701
16,216
1 485
20005
7 240
80990

8 396
2 346
18 252
16,687
1 565
20 507
8 386
82 740

34,015
28,592

32,697
27,179

32,178
26,591

31,994
26,542

31,981
26,405

32,831
27,106

32,321
26769

32,530
27 Oil

32,470
26 906

527
978

18. Large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Assets and
liabilities, 19851—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

Mar. 6

Mar. 13

Mar. 20

Mar. 27

Apr. 3

Apr. 10

Apr, 17

Apr. 24 | May 1

1 Cash and due from depository institutions
2 Total loans and securities
3 U.S. Treasury and government agency
securities
.
4 Other securities 2
5 Federal funds sold
6 To commercial banks in the United States . . .
7 To others
8 Other loans, gross .
9 Commercial and industrial
...
10
Bankers acceptances and commercial
oaoer
11
All other
12
U S addressees
13
Non-U S addressees
14 To financial institutions
15
Commercial banks in the United States . . .
16
Bcinks in foreign countries . ,
17
Nonbank financial institutions
18 To foreign governments and official
institutions
19 For purchasing and carrying securities
20 All other
21 Other assets (claims on nonrelated parties) . . . .
22 Net due from related institutions
23 Total assets
....
24 Deposits or credit balances due to other than
directly related institutions
....
25 Transaction accounts and credit balances3 . . . .
26
Demand deposits
..
27
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .
28
Other
29
Time and savings deposits'*
30
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .
31
Other . . . .
32 Borrowings from other than directly related
institutions . .
33 Federal funds purchased5
. ,.
34
From commercial banks in the United
States
..
35
From others .
36 Other liabilities for borrowed money
37
To commercial banks in the United States. .
38
To others
39 Other liabilities to nonrelated parties
40 Net due to related institutions
....
41 Total liabilities . .

6,513
45,531

6,410
44,281

6,273
45,105

6,142
46,096

6,220
44,835

6,667
44,929

6,398
43,777

6,552
46,397

6,617
45,854

3,610
1,628
4,788
4,382
406
35,505
20,210

3,445
1,471
4,564
4,118
446
34,801
20,172

3,581
1,460
4,035
3,661
374
36,029
21,435

3,630
1,442
4,582
4,186
396
36,442
21,578

3,466
1,542
3,172
2,673
500
36,654
21,637

3,461
1,575
4,002
3,611
390
35,891
21,565

3,620
1,631
3,431
3,113
318
35,095
20,809

3,431
1,634
5,262
4,916
346
36,069
20,862

3,379
1,679
4,911
4,473
438
35,885
20,998

1,794
18,417
16,937
1,479
11,475
9,209
1,245
1,021

1,843
18,329
16,925
1,404
11,087
8,922
1,269
896

1,871
19,563
18,163
1,400
11,155
8,959
1,263
932

1,798
19,780
18,401
1,379
11,492
8,996
1,285
1,211

1,967
19,670
18,243
1,426
11,527
9,124
1,374
1,029

1,927
19,638
18,242
1,396
10,722
8,454
1,206
1,063

2,031
18,778
17,458
1,320
10,708
8,510
1,184
1,014

1,962
18,900
17,590
1,309
11,402
8,975
1,191
1,237

1,896
19,103
17,831
1,272
10,985
8,614
1,098
1,273

487
1,166
2,167
18,729
11,012
81,785

485
896
2,161
18,616
9,886
79,193

492
870
2,077
18,379
10,957
80,714

497
939
1,936
17,733
9,827
79,798

487
1,072
1,931
17,479
11,680
80,215

495
1,109
1,999
17,522
10,672
79,791

504
1,064
2,011
17,771
10,498
78,444

496
1,268
2,041
18,205
9,960
81,114

508
1,348
2,045
18,385
10,291
81,147

25,092
146
1,745
857
888
23,201
18,797
4,404

24,924
130
1,640
'822
817
23,154
18,853
4,300

24,839
128
1,601
809
792
23,109
18,857
4,252

25,403
152
1,631
841
790
23,620
19,288
4,331

25,249
253
1,692
871
821
23,303
18,874
4,430

24,898
135
1,528
836
692
23,236
18,675
4,560

24,997
111
1,632
888
743
23,188
18,540
4,648

25,082
188
1,629
872
757
23,265
18,668
4,597

24,971
139
1,816
985
830
23,016
18,238
4,778

28,522
10,542

27,218
9,851

28,352
11,421

28,546
11,212

30,399
13,262

29,628
12,547

28,736
11,481

29,304
11,704

29,801
12,474

7,964
2,578
17,980
16,434
1,547
20,575
7,595
81,785

7,516
2,335
17,366
15,920
1,446
20455
6,597
79,193

8,913
2,508
16,931
15,604
1,327
20,123
7,400
80,714

8,497
2,715
17,334
15,949
1,385
20,240
5,609
79,798

10,948
2,314
17,137
15,889
1,249
19,419
5,147
80,215

10,237
2,310
17,081
15,823
1,258
19,293
5,971
79,791

9,218
2,263
17,255
15,934
1,321
19,545
5,166
78,444

9,659
2,045
17,600
16,258
1,342
20,062
6,665
81,114

9,966
2,507
17,328
16,006
1,321
20,286
6,088
81,147

31,940
26,702

31,241
26,325

32,485
27,444

32,913
27,841

33,038
28,030

32,864
27,828

32,154
26,903

32,506
27,440

32,767
27,709

MEMO
42 Total loans (gross) and securities adjusted6 . . . .
43 Total loans (gross) adjusted6




57

18. Large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Assets and
liabilities, 1985'—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

May8

May 15

May 22

May 29

June 5

June 12

June 19

June 26 | July 3

1 Cash and due from depository institutions
2 Total loans and securities . . .
3 U.S. Treasury and government agency
securities
4 Other securities
5 Federal funds sold2
6
To commercial banks in the United States . . .
7 To others
8 Other loans gross
9
Commercial and industrial
10
Bankers acceptances and commercial
paper
,
11
All other
12
U.S. addressees
13
Non-U S addressees
14 To financial institutions . .
15
Commercial banks in the United States . . .
16
Banks in foreign countries
17
Nbnbunk financial institutions
18 To foreign governments and official
institutions
19 For purchasing and carrying securities
20 All other
21 Other assets (claims on nonrelated panics) . . . .
22 Net due from related institutions
23 Total assets
24 Deposits or credit balances due to other than
directly related institutions
25 Transaction accounts and credit balances3 . . ,
26
Demand deposits
27
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .
28
Other
29
Time and savings deposits4
30
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .
31
Other
. . ..
32 Borrowings from other than directly related
institutions . .
33 Federal funds purchased5
34
From commercial banks in the United
States
35
From others
36
Other liabilities for borrowed money
37
To commercial banks in the United States. .
38
To others
39 Other liabilities to nonrelated parties
40 Net due to related institutions
41 Total liabilities .
. . .

6,881
44,890

6,532
44,460

6,436
45,949

6,302
44,574

6,969
45,243

6,521
44,816

6,808
46,053

6,332
46,0%

6,645
47,474

3,439
1,647
4,246
3,837
409
35,558
20,739

3,375
1,634
3,302
3,066
236
36,149
20,760

3,324
1,635
4,389
4,075
314
36,600
21,449

3,143
1,637
3,925
3,553
372
35,869
21,363

3,269
1,692
3,772
3,385
388
36,509
21,800

3,386
1,728
3,037
2,653
383
36,666
22,023

3,238
1,756
4,231
3,769
461
36,829
21,582

3,413
1,794
3,419
3,001
418
37,470
22,025

3,413
1,769
4,276
4,061
215
38,016
22,324

1,776
18,963
17,673
1,290
10,900
8,621
1,024
1,255

1,663
19,097
17,815
1,282
11,249
8,927
1,070
1,252

1,628
19,821
18,359
1,462
11,209
9,062
1,023
1,124

1,819
19,545
18,319
1,225
10,714
8,444
1,112
1,158

2,029
19,771
18,499
1,272
10,604
8,251
1,137
1,216

2,020
20,003
18,773
1,230
10,441
8,196
1,164
1,081

1,902
19,680
18,373
1,307
10,618
8,287
1,0%
1,235

1,813
20,212
18,862
1,351
10,728
8,639
1,094
995

1,980
20,344
18,946
1,398
10,784
8,423
1,075
1,285

510
1,300
2,108
18,562
10,368
80,701

507
1,289
2,345
18,591
11,107
80,690

502
1,114
2,326
18,545
9,998
80,928

495
963
2,334
18,743
9,290
78,910

534
1,220
2,350
18,242
10,503
80,956

532
1,330
2,340
18,343
9,720
79,401

534
1,742
2,352
18,265
10,182
81,309

523
1,846
2,348
18,071
9,658
80,157

535
1,961
2,412
17,%3
9,781
81,863

24,031
135
1,581
829
752
22,315
17,678
4,636

23,619
158
1,789
877
912
21,672
17,179
4,493

23,511
172
1,556
843
714
21,782
17,362
4,420

23,550
193
1,627
866
760
21,730
17,2%
4,435

23,430
157
1,670
854
816
21,604
16,874
4,730

23,262
168
1,713
883
830
21,382
16,793
4,588

23,247
223
1,765
910
854
21,259
16,650
4,609

23,340
166
1,712
906
806
21,461
16,833
4,628

23,174
187
1,785
989
795
21,203
16,671
4,531

29,970
12,484

30,791
13,093

30,326
12,384

27,989
10,645

30,789
13,598

29,847
12,284

30,934
13,216

29,439
11,611

31,772
13,362

10,166
2,318
17,485
16,080
1,405
20,537
6,164
80,701

11,103
1,990
17,698
16,288
1,410
20,554
5,726
80,690

10,313
2,071
17,941
16,412
1,529
20,440
6,651
80,928

8,425
2,220
17,344
16,044
1,300
20,659
6,712
78,910

11,340
2,258
17,191
15,880
1,310
20,081
6,657
80,956

9,987
2,298
17,563
16,118
1,445
20,211
6,080
79,401

10,642
2,574
17,718
16,254
1,463
20,154
6,974
81,309

9,022
2,590
17,828
16,333
1,495
19,903
7,476
80,157

10,846
2,515
18,410
16,983
1,428
19,%9
6,947
81,863

MEMO
42 Total loans (gross) and securities adjusted6 . . . .
43 Total loans (gross) adjusted6 ,

32,432
27,346

32,466
27,458

32,811
27,852

32,577
27,797

33,606
28,645

33,967
28,853

33,997
29,003

34,456
29,249

34,990
29,808

58




18. Large weekly reporting U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Assets and
liabilities, 19851—Continued
Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account
1 Cash and due from depository institutions
2 Total loans and securities
3 U.S. Treasury and government agency
securities
4 Other securities
5 Federal funds sold2
6 To commercial banks in the United States . . .
7 To others
8 Other loans gross
9 Commercial and industrial
10
Bankers acceptances and commercial
paper
11
All other
12
U S addressees
13
Non-U S addressees
14 To financial institutions
15
Commercial banks in the United States . . .
16
Banks in foreign countries
17
Nonbank financial institutions
18 To foreign governments and official
institutions
19 For purchasing and carrying securities
20 All other
21 Other assets (claims on nonrelated parties) . . . .
22 Net due from related institutions
23 Total assets
24 Deposits or credit balances due to other than
directly related institutions
25 Transaction accounts and credit balances3 . . .
26
I^emand deposits
27
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .
28
Other
29
Time and savings deposits4 . . .
...
30
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .
31
Other
32 Borrowings from other than directly related
institutions
33 Federal funds purchased5
34
From commercial banks in the United
States
35
From others
36 Other liabilities for borrowed money
L
37
To commercial banks in the United States. .
38
To others
39 Other liabilities to nonrelated parties
40 Net due to related institutions
41 Total liabilities
MEMO
42 Total loans (gross) and securities adjusted6 . . . .
43 Total loans (gross) adjusted6
. ...




July 10 | July 17

July 24

July 31

Aug. 7 | Aug. 14 Aug. 21 | Aug. 28 |Sept. 4
|

7,143
46,616

6,810
47,244

6,807
45,396

7,328
46,636

7,010
45,092

6,874
46,896

6,828
46,633

6,886
46,964

6,617
47,607

3,417
2,036
4,033
3,653
381
37,130
22,005

3,262
2,074
5,086
4,649
437
36,822
22,209

3,280
2,040
4,027
3,569
458
36,050
21,846

3,195
2,054
4,276
3,803
472
37,111
22,142

3,092
2,071
3,621
3,258
363
36,308
21,884

3,055
2,038
4,764
4,412
352
37,038
22,204

3,063
2,062
3,399
3,163
237
38,108
22,920

3,208
2,095
4,102
3,652
450
37,559
22,289

3,242
2,161
4,046
3,695
351
38,158
22,840

1,939
20,066
18,641
1,425
10,660
8,434
1,110
1,116

1,902
20,306
18,922
1,384
10,488
8,078
1,1541,256

1,886
19,960
18,552
1,408
9,988
7,714
1,068
1,204

1,890
20,252
18,856
1,396
10,218
7,754
1,085
1,379

1,772
20,111
18,699
1,412
10,044
7,602
1,050
1,392

1,676
20,527
19,138
1,389
10,351
7,952
1,098
1,301

1,764
21,156
19,744
1,412
10,984
8,582
1,037
1,365

1,587
20,702
19,188
1,514
11,018
8,671
1,032
1,316

1,770
21,070
19,647
1,423
10,655
8,151
1,074
1,430

518
1,648
2,298
18,140
9,997
81,897

516
1,330
2,278
18,024
9,957
82,036

519
1,334
2,362
18,104
7,932
78,239

516
1,809
2,426
18,121
9,427
81,511

515
1,459
2,406
18,280
9,206
79,589

511
1,553
2,420
18,515
8,852
81,137

506
1,273
2,426
18,395
8,648
80,504

515
1,322
2,415
18,563
8,188
80,601

514
1,657
2,492
18,500
8,777
81,503

22,670
148
1,658
890
768
20,865
16,414
4,451

22,727
186
1,676
916
760
20,864
16,524
4,340

23,092
173
1,814
895
918
21,105
16,764
4,342

23,516
142
1,684
938
747
21,690
16,933
4,757

23,685
208
1,759
998
761
21,718
17,059
4,659

23,888
137
1,762
943
818
21,990
17,248
4,742

24,566
136
1,643
957
686
22,788
18,420
4,367

25,238
280
1,755
965
790
23,203
18,615
4,588

25,003
143
1,745
948
797
23,115
18,587
4,528

31,457
13,712

32,241
15,029

27,739
.10,331

30,249
12,562

29,911
11,426

29,104
11,000

28,763
11,060

28,206
11,200

30,488
13,799

10,861
2,851,
17,745
15,722
2,023
20,042
7,727
81,897

12,199
2,830
17,212
15,898
1,314
19,748
7,321
82,036

7,868
2,462
17,408
15,947
1,461
19,884
7,523
78,239

9,955
2,607
17,687
16,420
1,267
20,210
7,535
81,511

8,787
2,639
18,484
16,759
1,725
20,348
5,645
79,589

8,605
2,395
18,104
16,286
1,818
20,403
7,741
81,137

8,373
2,687
17,703
16,131
1,572
20,438
6,736
80,504

8,253
2,946
17,006
15,736
1,270
20,884
6,274
80,601

10,859
2,940
16,689
15,516
1,173
20,638
5,373
81,503

34,529
29,076

34,517
29,180

34,112
28,793

35,078
29,829

34,232
29,069

34,532
29,438

34,888
29,762

34,641
29,338

35,761
30,359

59

U.S.

18.

of

—

Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

Sept. 11

Sept. 18

Sept. 25

Oct. 2

Oct. 9

Oct. 16 | Oct. 23 Oct. 30

Nov. 6

1 Cash and due from depository institutions
2 Total loans and securities
.
3 U.S. Treasury and government agency
securities
.
4 Other securities
5 Federal funds sold2
.
6 To commercial banks in the United States . . .
7 To others
. , ..
8 Others loans, gross
9 Commercial and industrial
..
10
Bankers acceptances and commercial
paper
..
11
All other
12
U S addressees
13
Non-U S addressees
14 To financial institutions
15
Commercial banks in the United States . . .
16
Banks in foreign countries
17
Nonbank financial institutions
18 To foreign governments and official
institutions
19 For purchasing and carrying securities
20 All other
21 Other
(claims on nonrelated parties) . . . .
22 Net due from related institutions
23 Total assets
24 Deposits or credit balances due to other than
directly related institutions
25 Transaction accounts and credit balances3 . . .
26
Demand deposits
27
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .
28
Other
29
Time and savings deposits4
30
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .
31
Other
32 Borrowings from other than directly related
institutions
33 Federal funds purchased5
34
From commercial banks in the United
States
35
From others
36 Other liabilities for borrowed money
37
To commercial banks in the United States. .
38
To others
39 Other liabilities to nonrelated parties
40 Net due to related institutions
41 Total liabilities

6,768
48,935

6,710
47,934

6,925
49,769

6,517
50,836

7,132
49,192

7,981
49,174

8,428
47,874

6,967
49,900

6,696
50,523

3,484
2,194
3,954
3,407
547
39,302
23,191

3,435
2,253
3,238
2,812
426
39,007
23,279

3,391
2,352
4,548
4,126
422
39,478
23,384

3,562
2,379
4,334
3,887
447
40,561
23,756

3,634
2,440
4,284
3,834
450
38,834
22,476

3,712
2,437
4,047
3,611
436
38,977
22,879

3,651
2,308
3,564
2,994
569
38,351
22,812

3,704
2,330
4,556
3,935
620
39,309
23,727

3,943
2,364
3,665
3,021
644
40,551
23,933

1,744
21,447
20,065
1,382
11,127
8,589
1,079
1,459

1,730
21,548
20,193
1,356
10,966
8,486
1 046
1,434

1,650
21,734
20,433
1,300
11,295
8,777
998
1,520

1,696
22,060
20,788
1,272
12,024
9,057
1,407
1,560

1,650
20,826
19,578
1,248
1 1 ,934
9,318
1,096
1,520

1,720
21,159
19,952
1,206
11,761
9,220
1,128
1,412

1,606
21,205
19,955
1,250
11,356
8,831
1,119
1,405

1 693
22,034
20 780
1,254
11 302
8,822
1 076
1,404

1 753
22,180
20 937
1,243
12 204
9,673
1 074
1,457

MEMO
42 Total loans (gross) and securities adjusted6 . . . .
43 Total loans (gross) adjusted6
..

60




604

532

574

544

549

1,712
2,514
19,775
9,365
85,835

1,682
2,554
18,719
8,792
84,864

1,371
2,503
18,574
11,008
85,907

558
1,258
2,368
19,208
8,267
83 778

607

1 682
2,548
19,628
8,730
83 003

552
1,332
2,454
19,014
9,152
85,320

574

1 893
2,488
18,690
8,641
83 034

1 331
2,374
18,754
8,289
83 910

1 506
2,301
18,425
9,062
84 707

25,606
158
1,908
962
946
23,539
18,925
4,614

25,972
163
1,881
992
889
23,928
19,003
4,924

26,189
151
1,912
957
955
24,126
19,276
4,850

26,604
262
2,146
1,080
1,067
24,196
19,265
4,930

26,700
235
1,973
1,036
937
24,492
19,452
5,040

26,716
228
2,417
1,578
839
24,071
19,023
5?048

26,661
149
2,382
1,543
839
24,130
19,149
4,981

26,351
179
1,924
1,128
796
24 249
19,207
5 042

26,457
161
1,771
1,041
730
24 524
19,036
5 488

30,236
13,320

29 380
12,484

30,689
13,119

31,610
13,878

32,562
15,041

30,964
14,425

29,087
12,586

29 432
12,336

32 776
16,018

10,500
2,820
16,916
15,699
1,217
21,016
6,175
83,034

9,475
3,010
16,896
15,843
1,053
21,161
6,489
83,003

10,058
3,060
17,571
16,455
1,116
21,346
7,610
85,835

10,771
3,107
17,732
16,575
1,156
20,811
5,839
84,864

11,789
3,252
17,522
16,454
1,067
20,757
5,887
85,907

10,962
3,463
16,538
15,377
1,162
20,624
7,017
85,320

9,141
3,445
16,501
15,402
1,099
20,690
7,340
83,778

9,054
3,282
17,096
16,014
1,081
20,749
7,378
83,910

12,680
3,338
16,758
15,821
937
20,646
4 828
84,707

36,938
31,261

36,636
30,948

36,866
31,124

37,891
31,950

36,039
29,965

36,342
30,193

36,048
30,089

37,143
31,108

37,829
31,522




U.S,

18.

of

—

Millions of dollars, Wednesday figures
Account

Nov. 13

Nov. 20

Nov. 27

Dec. 4

Dec. 11

Dec. 18

Dec. 25

1 Cash and due from depository institutions
2 Total loans and securities
3 U.S. Treasury and government agency
securities
4 Other securities 2
.
. .......
5 Federal funds sold
6 To commercial banks in the United States . . .
7 To others
8 Other loans gross
9 Commercial and industrial
10
acceptances and commercial
paper
11
All other
12
U.S. addressees
13
Non-U S addressees
14 To financial institutions . . .
15
Commercial banks in the United States . . .
16
Banks in foreign countries
17
Nonbank financial institutions
18 To foreign governments and official
institutions
19 For purchasing and carrying securities
20 All other
21 Other
(claims on nonrelated parties) . . . .
22 Net due from related institutions
23 Total assets
..
.
24 Deposits or credit balances due to other than
directly related institutions
25 Transaction accounts and credit balances3 . . .
26
Demand deposits
27
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .
28
Other
29
Time and savings deposits4
30
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .
31
Other
32 Borrowings from other than directly related
institutions
33 Federal funds purchased5
34
From commercial banks in the United
States
35
From others
36 Other liabilities for borrowed money
37
To commercial banks in the United States. .
38
To others
39 Other liabilities to nonrelated parties . . . . . . . .
40 Net due to related institutions
41 Total liabilities

6,720
49,258

6,965
52,453

6,868
51,648

7,653
49,851

7,398
49,924

7,686
54,066

7,076
54,344

3,608
2,384
3,504
2,911
593
39,762
23,923

3,149
2,444
5,576
4,918
657
41,284
24,344

3,304
2,484
4,566
3,896
669
41,295
24,471

3,626
2,503
3,521
2,936
585
40,201
24,053

3,491
2,522
2,868
2,386
483
41,043
24,345

3,350
2 540
5,291
4,637
654
42 885
24,706

3,362
2 220
4,505
4,086
420
44 257
24 932

1,804
22,118
20,905
1 214
11,799
9,363
991
1 445

1,918
22,425
21,219
1 206
12,190
9,489
1,086
1 615

1,898
22,573
21,319
1,254
12,079
9,515
981
1,583

2,019
22,035
20,789
1,246
11,666
8,722
1,337
1,607

2,160
22,185
20,905
1 280
12,173
9,618
1,018
1 537

2,066
22 640
21,345
1 295
13 098
10,214
960
I 924

1 851
23 081
21 767
1 314
13 693
10,496
1 055
2 141

598
1,134
2,308
18,501
9,487
83,967

612
1,861
2,278
18,471
8,511
86,401

601
1,840
2,303
18,577
10,326
87,419

610
1,494
2,378
18,790
10,769
87,064

606
1,594
2,324
19,144
8,846
85,312

609
2,138
2,335
19,059
10,194
91 005

641
2,687
2 303
19,041
10 335
90 796

26,353
181
1,971
1,021
950
24,200
18,735
5,465

25,848
190
1,774
1,006
768
23,884
18,522
5,362

26,475
196
2,058
1,109
949
24,221
18,944
5,276

26,793
160
2,560
1,561
999
24,073
18,723
5,350

26,616
240
2,306
1,219
1,087
24,069
18,562
5,508

26 752
273
2 355
1,259
1 096
24,124
18,485
5,639

26 771
205
2 714
1,517
1 198
23 852
18,033
5 819

32,138
14 796

32,096
14 953

34,579
14 352

34,758
16 264

31,592
13 574

35 535
17 270

34 917
16 146

11 077
3,719
17 342
16,283
1 060
20,585
4 891
83,967

12 192
2,761
17 143
16,127
1 016
20,625
7 832
86,401

11,458
2,894
20 227
18,969
1 258
20,602
5 763
87,419

13 408
2,856
18 495
17,341
1 153
20,668
4 844
87,064

10 396
3,177
18 018
16,743
1 275
20,856
6 248
85,312

14067
3 203
18 265
16,981
1 284
20 786
7 932
91 005

12 846
3 299
18 772
17,434
1 338
20 904
8 204
90 796

MEMO
42 Total loans (gross) and securities adjusted6 . . . .
43 Total loans (gross) adjusted6

36,985
30 993

38,046
32,452

38,236
32,449

38,194
32,064

37,920
31 907

39,214
33 325

39,762
34 180

,

of

and

Billions of dollars, estimated daily-average balances for last month of quarter
All commercial banks
Type of holder
1 All

2
3
4
5
6

Ql

| Q2

28.1
158.3
77.9
3.5
18.8

28.9
164.7
81.8
3.7
19.5

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

299.6

—
corporatioiis

Financial business
Nonfinancial business
Consumer
Foreign
Other

All weekly reporting banks

Q3

321.6

147.8

151.4

153.7

168.fr

28.9
68.1
80.7
3.5
18.5

32.9
178.4
84.8
3.5
22.1

22.6
82.8
29.1
3.3
10.0

22.9
84.0
29.9
3.5
11.0

23.3
85.9
30.6
3.3
10.6

26.6
94.4
32.4
3.1
12.3

61

20. Commercial paper and bankers dollar acceptances outstanding
A. Commercial paper, seasonally adjusted
Millions of dollars, end of period
Jan.

Instrument
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 . . . .

| Feb.

|
Mar, 1 Apr. | May June

Aug. | Sept. | Oct.

July

Nov.

Dec.

1<>83
167,796 168,744 168,242 169,728 169,945 169,734 170,925 173,805 176,259 176,713 180,954 187,658

35,814
2,660

37,537
2,604

36,602
2,030

37,764
1,950

38,976
1,954

38,972
2,192

38,474
2,367

39,890
2,353

40,226
2,303

40,475
2,194

42,990
2,341

44,455
2,441

84,505
31 691

84,235
31,661

85,078
32951

86,727
32495

87,620
32943

87,696
33 420

89,476
33,613

90,965
35085

91,315
34,855

92,531
34622

94,051
35 001

97,042
35,566

47,477

46,972

46,562

45,237

43,349

43,066

42,975

42,950

44,718

43,707

43,913

46,161

1<>84
1 All issuers .

2
3
4
5

Financial companies1 2
Dealer-placed paper
Total
Bank-related
Directly placed paper3
Total
Bank-related

6 Nonfinancial companies4 . . . .

189,504 194,325 201,778 208,594 215,037 217,835 220,818 222,085 225,582 229,212 234,791 237,586

43,915
2,087

44,964
1,765

46,646
1,767

47,910
1,865

50,548
1,696

49,738
1,944

50,405
1,799

51,297
2,010

52,798
1,959

55,605
2,060

55,440
1,9%

56,485
2,035

99,610 101,615 105,165 107,630 110,726 109,154 109,515 108,959 107,737 105,714 109,420 110,543
37,636 36,958 39,617 41 881 46,338 43960 45,090 43,665 41,066 38,112 40 185 42,105
45,979

47,746

49,967

53,054

53,763

58,943

60,898

61,829

65,047

67,893

69,931

70,558

1!>85
1 Ail issuers .

2
3
4
5

Financial companies1 2
Dealer-placed paper
Total . . .
Bank-related
Directly placed paper3
Total . . . .
Bank-related

6 Nonfinancial companies4 . . . .

245,168 246,674 249,435 253,502 258,858 256,253 263,534 274,721 277,482 282,155 287,981 300,899

59 437 60 172
2 137 2,265

61 234
2,304

62 832
2607

62 171
2,295

62 890
2051

68 188
2,082

68 926
2 136

71 080
2,333

70 395
2077

72 145
1 969

78 443
1,602

113 172 114,317 116901 117 018 119743 118 875 119405 128 819 132068 131 504 131 667 135 504
43,046 42,759 43,334 42,405 43,126 43,454 41,228 42,926 43,224 42,570 41 490 44,778
72,559

72,185

71,300

73,652

76,944

74,488

75,941

76,976

74,334

80,256

84,169

86,952

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

B. Bankers dollar acceptances, not seasonally adjusted
Millions of dollars, end of period
1!?85

Instrument
Jan,

1 Total
Holder
2 Accepting banks
3 Own bills
4 Bills bought

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

73,942

77,865

75,364

74,449

71,367

70,636

71,082

69,505

70,845 69,272

67,890

68,115

9,678
8458
1 220

10,163
9,266
897

10,166
8 860
1 307

9,129
7 726
1 403

8,684
69%
1 687

8,911
7 310
1 601

8,755
7 468
1 287

8,563
7 365
1 198

10,014
8,501
1 513

9,719
8041
1 679

11,027
8 903
2 123

11,174
9,448
1,726

o

o

o

Federal Reserve Banks
5 Own account
6 Foreign correspondents . . . .
7 Others
...

0
761
67,701

728
65 319

575
62 683

652
62 326

0
789
60941

o

737
65,197

0
511
61 725

o

679
64 264

793
60 830

850
59 552

0
874
56 863

0
937
56,940

Basis
8 Imports into United States . . .
9 Exports from United States . , ,
10 All other

17,249
15,445
40,132

17,601
15,881
41 ,684

16,592
15,179
39,721

16,838
14,875
40231

17,078
14,214
39,401

16,871
13,353
38 289

17,058
12,978
38,281

17,350
12,861
38 281

17,146
13,242
38,776

16,502
13,116
38 362

15,845
13,030
37 516

15,147
13,204
36,625

62



o

o

21. Prime rate charged by banks on short-term business loans, 19851
Percent per annum
Effective date

Rate

January 15

10,50

May 20 . .

10.00

June 18 . .

9.50
Averages of daily effective rates

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

9.93

10.61

10.50

10.50

10.50

10,31

9.78

9,50

9.50

9.50

9.50

9.50

9.50

22. Terms of lending at commercial banks—Based on surveys of loans made, 19851
Item

Feb. 4-8

May 6-10

Aug. 5-9

Nov. 4-8

33,766
159
1.3
10.10

38,138
192
1.5
9.86

35,059
177
1.6
9.28

32,061

SHORT-TERM COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS
1
2
3
4

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)2
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum)3

147

1.5
9.68

5
6

By size of bank
Large banks4
Small banks

9.71
11.05

9.37
11.08

8.91
10,10

9.39
10.30

7
8
9

By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
1-99
100-999
1,000 and over

13,42
11,84
9.64

13.26
12,04
9.34

12.51
10.87
8.85

12,20
10.99
9.29

22.7
71.1
11.2
37.1

26.4
67.0
11.5
36.9

31.4
61.8
13.6
31.1

32.5
69.5
15.1
33.1

4,675
31
50.0
11.10

4,775
36

54.9
11.03

5,455
44
51.8
10.44

5,828
27
50 J
10.31

Percentage of amount of loans
10' With floating rate
11 Made under commitment
12 With no stated maturity
13 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)2

18
19

By size of bank
Large banks4
Small banks

10.46
12.52

10.33
12.71

9,84
11.37

9.95
11.13

20
21
22

By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
1-99
100-999
1,000 and over

14.72
12.01
10,48

14.76
12.06
10.26

12.99
11.20
9.82

13.71
11.26
9.85

65,1
80.9

64.0
76.9

66.0
78.2

74.5
76.4

23
24

Percentage of amount of loans
With floating rate
Made under commitment




63

22. Terms of lending at commercial banks—Based on surveys of loans made, 19851—Continued
Item

Feb. 4-8

[

May 6-10

j

Aug. 5-9

[

Nov. 4-8

CONSTRUCTION AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LOANS
25
26
27
28

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
,
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)2
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum)3

29
30

By size of bank
Large banks4
Small banks

31
32
33

By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
1-99
100-499
500 and over

34
35
36
37

;

Percentage of amount of loans
With floating rate
Secured by real estate
Made under commitment
With no stated maturity
By type of construction
1~ to 4-family
Multifamily
Nonresidential

38
39
40

1,536
17
8.2
12.05

2,781
23
9.2
13.02

2,283
16
16.5
11.37

2,093
15
11.9
11.28

11.07
12.86

10.58
14.11

10.15
12.14

10.46
11.93

14.10
12.39
11.18

15.04
14.51
11.01

12.78
11.31
11.05

13.76
11.51
10.71

51.3
87.0
63.8
11,7

34.9
87.3
69.7
4.1

50.8
95.0
83.9
1.3

62.4
98.1
77.4
19.7

24.2
7.4
68.4

26.9
9.4
63.7

35.0
5.8
59.2

20.2
7.2
72.6

1,185
56
6.8
13.49

1,314
73
8.5
13.07

773
50
7.7
12.31

916
53
8,2
12.27

LOANS TO FARMERS
41
42
43
44

Amount of loans (millions of dollars)
Number of loans (thousands)
Weighted-average maturity (months)2
Weighted-average interest rate (percent per annum)2

45
46

By size of bank
Large banks4
Small banks

11.69
14.05

11.55
13.62

10.63
12.93

10.56
13.11

47
48
49

By size of loan (thousands of dollars)
1-24
25-99
100 and over

13.91
13.82
13.14

13.64
13.56
12.41

13.08
12.60
11.66

13.26
12.77
11.29

50
51
52
53
54

By purpose of loan
Feeder livestock
Other livestock
Other current operating expenses
Farm machinery and equipment
Other

13.79
13.65
13.98
13.43
12,42

12.93
12.94
13.46
14.10
11,96

11.70
12.41
12.53
13.34
11.46

12.09
11.59
12.23
13.71
12.21

64



23. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1985
A. Annual and monthly averages
Percent per annum
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

8.10
7.69

8.35
8.00

8.50
8.00

8.58
8.00

8.27
8.00

7.97
7.81

7.53
7.50

7.88
7.50

7.94
795
8.01

7.99
803
8.15

8.46
8.54
8.69

8.74
8.90
9.23

8.31
8.37
8.47

7.80
7.83
7.88

7.34
7.35
7.38

791
7.77
775

7.95
7.81
7.82

8.42
8.25
8.20

8.70
8.67
8.65

8.29
8.26
8.27

7.74
7.71
7.69

7 92
7.96

800
8.11

8.55
8.69

8.88
9.20

8.33
8.42

7.97
8.05
8.25
8.28

8.05
8.14
8.45
8.37

8.50
8.69
9.04
9.05

8.73
9.02
9.60
9.32

748
7.65
7 81

7.76
8.00
8.33

8.27
8.39
8.56

7.49
766
7.79

7.76
8.03
8.39

8.43
9.27
9.64
10.13
10 51
10.62
10.97
10.79

Apr. 1 May | June

July

Nov.

Sept.

Oct.

7.90
7.50

7.92
7.50

7.99
7.50

805
7.50

8 27
7.50

7.58
7.56
7.57

7.73
7.72
7.74

7.83
7.83
7.86

7.81
7.80
7.79

7.84
7 77
7.69

7.87
7 75
7.62

7.31
7.19
7.16

7.53
7.40
7.34

7.70
7.57
7.55

7.84
7.64
7.60

7.79
7.60
7.59

7.81
7.58
7.57

7.81
7.57
7.51

7.77
7.81

7.32
7.34

7.53
7.54

7.68
7.69

7.81
7.84

7.76
7.75

7.70
7.59

765
7.52

8.35
8.49
8.75
8.74

7.83
7.92
8.08
8.13

7,38
7,44
7.58
7.60

7.58
7.64
7.80
7.89

7.77
7.81
7.97
8.02

7.88
7.93
8.09
8.14

7.85
7.88
7.97
8.08

7.82
7.81
7.82
8.02

7.87
7.80
7.80
7.99

8.52
8.90
9.06

7.95
8.23
8.44

7.48
7.65
7.85

6.95
7.09
7.27

7.08
7.20
7.31

7.14
7.32
7.48

7.10
7.27
7.50

7.16
7.33
7,45

7.24
7.30
7.33

7.10
7.14
7.16

8.22
8.34
8.46

8.57
8.92
9.24

8.00
8.31
8.44

7.56
7.75
7.94

7.01
7.16
7.18

7.05
7.16
7.09

7.18
7.35
7.60

7.08
7,27
7.36

7.17
7.32
7.42

7.20
7.26
7.33

7.07
7.09
7.06

9.02
9.93
10.43
10.93
11.27
11.38
11.58
11.45

9.29
10.17
10.55
11.13
11.44
11.51
11.70
11.47

9.86
10.71
11.05
11.52
11.82
11.86
12.06
11.81

9.14
10.09
10.49
11.01
11.34
11.43
11.69
11.47

8.46
9.39
9.75
10.34
10.72
10.85
11.19
11.05

7.80
8.69
9.05
9.60
10.08
10,16
10.57
10.45

7.86
8.77
9.18
9.70
10.16
10.31
10.68
10.50

8.05
8.94
9.31
9,81
10,20
10.33
10.73
10.56

8.07
8.98
9.37
9.81
10.24
10.37
10.80
10.61

8.01
8.86
9.25
9.69
10.11
10.24
10.67
10.50

7.88
8.58
8.88
9.28
9.62
9.78
10.24
10.06

7.67
8.15
8.40
8.73
9.11
9.26
9.75
9.54

10.75

11.15

11.35

11.78

11.42

10.96

10.36

10,51

10.59

10.67

10.56

10.08

9.60

8 60
9.58
9.11

9.08
10.16
9.51

8.98
10.05
9.65

9.18
10.18
9.77

8.95
9.95
9.42

8.52
9.54
9.01

8.24
9.03
8.69

8.34
9.18
8.81

8.49
9.50
9.08

8.70
9.63
9.27

8.58
9.54
9.08

8.13
9.20
8.54

7.98
9.05
8.43

12.05

12.64

12.66

13.13

12.89

12.47

11.70

11.69

11.76

11.75

11.69

11.29

10.89

11.37
11 82
12.28
12.72

12.08
1243
12.80
13,26

12.13
12.49
12.80
13.23

12.56
12.91
13.36
13.69

12.23
12,69
13.14
13.51

11.72
12.30
12.70
13.15

10.94
11.46
11.98
12.40

10.97
11.42
11.92
12.43

11.05
11.47
12.00
12.50

11.07
11.46
11.99
12.48

11.02
11.45
11.94
12.36

10.55
11.07
11.54
11.99

10.16
10.63
11.19
11.58

38 A-rated recently offered utility
bonds17

12.06

12.78

12.76

13.17

12.75

12.25

11.62

11.60

11.77

11.87

11.82

11.38

10.91

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio18
39 Preferred stocks
40 Common stocks

10.49
4.25

11.13
4.51

10.88
4.30

10.97
4.37

10.75
4.37

10.60
4.31

10.05
4.21

9.92
4.14

10.15
4.23

10.26
4.32

10.35
4.28

10.12
4.06

10.05
3.88

Item

Aug.

Dec.

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds 1 ' 2
2 Discount window borrowing1'2-3 . . . .
Commercial paper4'5
3
1 -month
4 3 -month
5 6-month
Finance paper, directly placed4'5
6
1 -month
7
3-month
8 6-month
Bankers acceptances316
9 3 -month
10 6-month
...
Certificates of deposit,
secondary market7
11
1-month
12 3-month
13 6-month
14 Eurodollar deposits, 3 -month8
U.S. Treasury bills5
Secondary market9
15 3-month
16 6- month . . . .
17
1-year
18
19
20

Auction average10
3-month
6-month
1-yeur
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDSu

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Constant maturities12
1-year
2-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year

29

Composite13
Over 10 years (long-term)

. .

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody 's series14
30
Aaa
31 Baa
32 Bond Buyer series15
CORPORATE BONDS
33 Seasoned issues, all industries16 . . . .
Rating group
34 Aaa
.
....
35 Aa
36 A
37 Baa




65

23. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1985—Continued
B. Weekly averages
Percent per annum
Week ending
Item

Jan. 4

Jan. 11

Jan. 18

Jan. 25

Feb. 1

Feb. 8

Feb. 15

Feb. 22

8.75
8.00

8.27
8.00

8.23
8.00

8.19
8.00

8.45
8.00

8.59
8.00

8.44
8.00

8.57
8.00

8.40
8,00

8.63
8.00

8.17
8.20
8.31

7,94
8.01
8.14

7.95
8.00
8.16

7.88
7.91
8.05

8,14
8.14
8.22

8.40
8.41
8.48

8.46
8.51
8.63

8.50
8.59
8.74

8.55
8.75
9.05

8,80
9.06
9.42

8.13
7.82
7.76

7.91
7.83
7.83

7,87
7.82
7,83

7.85
7.75
7.80

8.12
7.86
7.86

8.36
8.09
8.05

8.43
8.28
8.18

8.42
8.28
8.28'

8.54
8.48
8.41

8.78
8.73
8.62

8.19
8.29

7.99
8.05

7.96
8.14

7.90
8.03

8.11
8.18

8.39
8.43

8.48
8.60

8.66
8.79

8.80
9.13

9.10
9.41

8.21
8.30
8.61
8.61

8.05
8.13
8.43
8.48

8.01
8.11
8.47
8.35

7.97
8.07
8.34
8.28

8.15
8.23
8.49
8.31

8.43
8.56
8,78
8.76

8.47
8.64
8.95
9.04

8.54
8.77
9.16
8.95

8.62
8.91
9.47
9.24

8.80
9.22
9.86
9.58

7.82
8.17
8.47

7.75
7.98
8,34

7.73
7.98
8.33

7.65
7.91
8,22

7.92
8.09
8.35

8.17
8,28
8.47

8.21
8.29
8.47

8.31
8.42
8.57

8.47
8.70
8.84

8.69
8.97
9.09

7.86
8.19

7.78
8.02

7.74
8.05

7.68
7.93
8.39

7.76
7.97

8.16
8.30

8.20
8.28

8,15
8,25
846

8.36
8.53

8.73
8.98

9.04
10.01

8.90
9.79

9.18
10.03

10.55
11.17
11.50
11.57
11.80
11,53

9.61
10.53
10,45
10.91
11.47
11.78
11.83
12.06
11.80

9.89
10,73

10.42
10.99
11.28
11.37
11.50
11.31

9.19
10.02
10.25
10.40
10.99
11.30
11.37
11.57
11.32

9.30
10.19

10.24
10.70
11.02
11.16
11.36
11.27

9.03
9.86
1005
10.34
10.76
11.04
11.15
11.31
11.21

11.07
11.51
11.83
11.87
12.09
11.85

Mar. 1 | Mar. 8

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds1'2
2 Discount window 4 5
borrowing1-^ . . . .
Commercial paper 3 1 -month
..
4 3-month
5 6-month
Finance paper, directly placed4-5
6 1-month
7 3-month
8 6-month
Bankers acceptances5-6
9 3-month
10 6-month
Certificates of deposit,7
secondary market
11 1 -month
12 3-month
13 6-month
14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month8 . ,
U.S. Treasury bills5 9
Secondary market
15 3-month
16 6~month . . .
17 1-year

...

18
19
20

Auction average™
3-month
6-month
1-year

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Constant maturities12
1-year
2-year
21/2-year8
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year

9.19
10.05
10.20
10.57
11.15
11.59
11.63
11.80
11.64

10.51
11.07
11.39
11.50
11.70
11.54

9.05
9.99
1030
10.49
11.01
11.35
11.49
11,73
11.59

30

Composite13
Over 10 years (long-term)

11.34

11.24

11.28

10.97

10.92

11.09

11.19

11.51

11.77

11.81

9.45
10.50
9.87

9.20
10.30
9.60

9.10
10.20
9.51

8.85
9.90
9.21

8.80
9.90
9.37

8,85
9.95
9.52

8.90
10.00
9.64

9 JO
10.15
9.71

9.05
10.10
9.71

9.20
10.20
9,75

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDS''

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody's series14
31 Aaa
32 Baa
.,
33 Bond Buyer series15

....

CORPORATE BONDS
34 Seasoned issues, all industries16
Rating group
35 Aaa .
. .
36 Aa
37 A
38 Baa

12.77

12.72

12.74

12.55

12,47

12.54

12.57

12.71

12,93

13,05

12.21
12.56
12.90
13.39

12.16
12.47
12.91
13.33

12.20
12.51
12.90
13.32

11.97
12.37
12.70
13.15

11.85
12.29
12.59
13.13

11.95
12.37
12.69
13.14

12.01
12.43
12.72
13.13

12.21
12.55
12.84
13.21

12.47
12,69
13,06
13.51

12.55
12.80
13.19
13.63

39 A-rated recently offered utility
bonds17

12.96

12.92

12.82

12.51

12.59

12.68

12.60

12.95

13.18

13.14

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio18
40 Preferred stocks
.
41 Common stocks

11.42
4.67

11.11
4.67

11.10
4.52

11.03
4.37

11.99
4.31

10.97
4.31

10.83
4.25

10.77
4.30

10.94
4.32

10.%
4.33

66



23. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1985—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per annum
Week ending
Item

Mar. 15 Mar. 22 | Mar. 29 Apr. 5 | Apr. 12 Apr. 19 | Apr. 26

May 3 | May 10 May 17 May 24

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds1'2
2 Discount window 4 5
borrowing1'2-3 . . .
Commercial paper 3 1 -month
..
4 3-month .
5 6-month
..
Finance paper, directly placed4*5
6 1-month
..
7 3-month . .
...
....
8 6-month
Bankers acceptances5'6
9 3-month
10 6-month .
....
Certificates of deposit,7
secondary market
11 1 -month
12 3-month
....
13 6-month . . .
....
14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month8
U.S. Treasury bills5 9
Secondary market
15 3-month
16 6-month
17
1-year
18
19
20

Auction average10
3-month
...
6-month
1-year .
.

8.52
8.00

8.75
8.00

8.38
8.00

8.68
8.00

8.45
8.00

8.46
8.00

7.69
8.00

8.35
8.00

8.19
8.00

8,14
8.00

7.91
7.79

8.77
8.93
9.26

8.72
8.86
9,21

8.67
8.75
9.02

8.64
8.69
8.82

8.53
8.58
8.67

8.23
8.26
8.31

7.99
8.08
8.20

8.15
8,19
8.31

8.00
8.04
8.11

7.93
7,95
7.96

7.52
7.54
7.60

8.75
8.67
8.64

8,65
8.68
8.73

8.61
8.60
8.67

8.54
8.52
8.61

8.52
8.51
8.55

8.18
8.14
8.16

8.00
7.95
7.90

8.16
8,02
7.96

7,97
7,94
7.93

7.74
7.75
7.74

7.49
7.49
7.50

8.90
9.27

8.83
9.19

8.68
8.91

8.66
8.76

8.52
8.58

8.22
8.25

8,07
8.18

8,14
8.26

8.02
8.04

7.84
7.85

7.51
7.59

8.74
9.04
9.62
9,34

8,74
9.01
9.58
9.33

8.64
8.82
9.31
9.19

8.65
8.80
9.15
9.01

8.56
8.69
9.00
8.99

8.31
8.39
8.54
8.71

8,02
8.20
8.46
8.49

8.17
8.29
8.57
8.58

8.01
8.14
8.29
8.44

7.97
8,04
8,15
8.20

7.58
7.64
7.81
8.01

....

8.55
8.95
9.09

8,51
8.96
9.15

8.29
8.71
8.90

8.16
8.58
8.79

8.08
8.41
8.60

7.86
8.06
8.27

7.77
8.00
8.22

7.78
8.03
8.25

7.76
7.92
8.09

7.50
7.68
7.90

7.25
7.41
7.63

....

8.48
8.79

8.64
9.04
9.24

8.41
8.86
....

8.18
8.55

8.14
8.56

8.04
8.27
8.44

7.62
7.87
....

7.87
8.11

7.76
7.93

7.69
7.90
7.94

7.28
7.43

9.91
10.73
10.85
11.08
11,54
11,84
11.85
12.06
11.80

9.97
10.81

9.53
10.49

9.32
10.29
10.66
11,19
11.49
11.57
11.79
11.55

8.89
9.84
10.65
10.29
10.79
11.16
11.27
11.58
11.36

10.32
10.85
11.21
11.33
11.62
11.41

8.73
9.68
10.05
10.06
10.68
11.06
11.17
11.49
11.30

8.52
9.44

10.83
11.32
11.64
11.71
11.92
11.69

8.95
9.88
....
10.28
10.81
11.15
11.24
11.51
11.29

8.92
9.85

11.13
11.60
11.90
11,92
12,11
11.87

9.68
10.59
10.95
10.93
11.43
11.73
11.77
11.97
11.73

'9.75
10.39
10.78
10.89
11,24
11.08

8.22
9.13
10.05
9.43
,10.06
10.45
10.60
10.96
10,87

11.77

11.83

11,70

11.65

11.51

11.25

11.31

11.35

11.23

11.00

10.76

9.15
10.20
9.76

9,20
10.20
9.82

9,15
10.10
9.75

9,75
10.10
9.63

9.00
10.00
9.39

8.85
9.90
9.25

8,80
9.80
9.39

8,75
9.80
9.37

8.70
9.75
9.11

8.45
9.45
8.86

8.40
9.40
8,91

13,17

13.21

13.13

13.08

12.98

12.79

12.77

12.81

12.73

12.55

12,30

12.34
12.75
13.22
13.61

12.09
12.61
13.03
13.44

12.09
12.58
13.02
13.41

12.15
12.63
13.03
13.44

12,03
12.59
12.93
13.39

11.77
12.41
12.79
13.24

11.50
12.11
12.57
13.02

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDSM
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Constant maturities12
1-year
2-year
2>/2-year
3 -year
5-year
.
•
7-year
10-year
20-year
30-year

30

Composite13
Over 10 years (long-term)

....
....

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody *s series14
31 Aaa
32 Baa
33 Bond Ruyer series15

....

CORPORATE BONDS
34 Seasoned issues, all industries16 . . .
Rating group
35 Aaa
36 Aa
....
37 A
38 Baa .
. .

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio18
40 Preferred stocks
41 Common stocks




....

12.62
12.98
13.47
13.75

12.50
12.93
13.41
13.68

13.23

39 A-rated recently offered utility
bonds17

12,58
12.97
13.42
13.70

12.44
12.90
13.37
12.61

13.22

13.06

12.98

12.71

12.53

12,65

12.56

12,49

12.24

12.01

10.97
4.40

11.01
4.38

10.95
4.38

10.84
4.41

10.79
4.40

10.75
4.35

10.63
4.33

10.88
4.43

10.74
4.40

10.66
4.30

10.48
4.20

67

23. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1985—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per annum
Week ending
Item

May 31

June 7

June 14

June 21

June 28

July5

July 12

July 19

July 26

Aug. 2

Aug. 9

7.60
7.50

7.75
7.50

7.62
7.50

7.13
7.50

7.46
7.50

8.06
7.50

8.07
7.50

7.77
7.50

7.88
7.50

7.64
7.50

7.92
7.50

7.46
7.48
7.54

7.37
7.33
7.31

7.41
7.40
7.40

7.13
7.16
7.21

7.45
7.49
7.60

7.50
7.44
7.41

7.48
7.42
7.40

7.54
7.53
7.53

7.71
7.72
7.76

7.75
7.77
7.86

7.75
7,76
7,82

7.45
7.42
7.39

7.34
7.19
7.17

7.38
7.22
7.21

7.07
7.00
6.99

7.47
7.36
7.26

7.46
7.27
7.19

7.42
7.32
7,27

7.51
7.32
7.25

7.64
7.55
7.49

7.69
7.61
7.60

7.76
7.67
7.65

7.43
.7.47

7.30
7.25

7.36
7.38

7.19
7.23

7.42
7.52

7.35
7.30

7.40
7.37

7.52
7.53

7.71
7.75

7.72
7.83

7.70
7.75

7.49
7.56
7.74
7.86

7.38
7.39
7.46
7.63

7.45
7.49
7.59
7.58

7.22
7.29
7.44
7.50

7.47
7.60
7.83
7.70

7.49
7.52
7.59
7.71

7.49
7.51
7.64
7.74

7.55
7.62
7.77
7.81

7.69
7.76
7.98
8.01

7.75
7,83
8.07
8.13

7.75
7.83
8.07
8.11

7.19
7.32
7.53

7.01
7.10
7.25

7.03
7.15
7.31

6.81
6.97
7.14

6.97
7.16
7.37

6.90
6.98
7.13

6.99
7.09
7.19

7.07
7.18
7.29

7.22
7.35
7.47

7.28
7.44
7.57

7.21
7.44
7.58

7.22
7.39

7.03
7.16

7.21
7.35
7.18

6.73
6.90

7.06
7.24

7.00
7.08

6.92
7.00
7.09

7.06
7.20

7.23
7.35

7.23
7.40

7.30
7.52
7.60

8.09
9.01

7.85
8.72

9.41
9.91
10.36
10.51
10.87
10.64

8.14
9.05
9.20
9.51
10.01
10.45
10,61
10.93
10.73

8.15
9.06

8.96
9.50
9.97
10,12
10.52
10.36

7.82
8.73
8.85
9.13
9.64
10.08
10.23
10.62
10.42

8.03
8.97

9.27
9.85
10.32
10.43
10.77
10.60

7.66
8.58
9.00
8.98
9,53
9.98
10.14
10.52
10.39

7.73
8.62

9.06
9.60
10.06
10.12
10.53
10.43

7.66
8.55
8.80
8.90
9.50
10.01
10.08
10.50
10.38

7.91
8.85

9.36
9.84
10.25
10.39
10.78
10.67

7.80
8.63
9.15
8.97
9.45
9.93
10.00
10.46
10.37

9.46
9.98
10.38
10.53
10.86
10.69

10.58

10,27

10.33

10.29

10.56

10.35 j

10.35

10.44

10.69

10.78

10.73

8.30
9.30
8.81

8.15
8.90
8.60

8.25
9.05
8.66

8.25
9.05
8.69

8.30
9.10
8.80

8.30
9.10
8.82

8.35
9.20
8.81

8.35
9.20
8.73

8.35
9.20
8.87

8.40
9.40
9.01

8.40
9.40
9.02

12.01

11.71

11.66

11.63

11.80

11.69

11.61

11.60

11.74

11.86

11,88

11.27
11.82
12.24
12.69

10.93
11.50
12.04
12.36

10.88
11.48
11.97
12.32

10.86
11.36
11.91
12.37

11.09
11.52
12.02
12.56

10,91
11,43
11,93
12,46

10.85
11.35
11.87
12.38

10.87
11.34
11.83
12.35

11.07
11.47
11.95
12.45

11.21
11.56
12.09
12.58

11,20
11.61
12.11
12.59

11.78

11.57

11.50

11.71

11.62

11.37

11.53

11.62

11.81

11.83

11.78

10.25
4.23

10.07
4.17

10.10
4.23

9.95
4.26

10.07
4.19

9,98
4.16

9.94
4.14

9.92
4.07

9.84
4.15

9.93
4.17

10.04
4.24

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds1-2
2 Discount window 4 5
borrowing1-2'3 . . .
Commercial paper 3 1-month .
4 3 -month
5 6-month
Finance paper, directly placed4-5
6
1-month
7 3-month
8 6-month
. ...
Bankers acceptances5-6
9 3-month
10 6-month
Certificates of deposit,7
secondary market
11 1-month
12 3-month
13 6-month
14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month8
U.S. Treasury bills5 9
Secondary market
15 3 -month
16 6-month
17 1-year

,

Auction average10
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 maturities12
1-year
2-year
2W-year
3-year
5-year .
7-year
10-year
....
20-year
30-year

30

Composite13
Over 10 years (long-term)

....

STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody 's series14
31 Aaa . . .
32 Baa
33 Bond Buyer series15
CORPORATE BONDS
34 Seasoned issues, all industries16 . . .
Rating group
35 A a a . . .
....
36 Aa
37 A
38 Baa . . .
39 A-rated recently offered utility
bonds17
18

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio
40 Preferred stocks
41 Common stocks

68




23. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1985—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per annum
Week endinjS

Item

Sept. 13 | Sept. 20 Sept. 27

Oct. 4

Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25

Aug. 16 Aug. 23 Aug. 30

Sept. 6

7.88
7.50

8.06
7.50

7.78
7.50

7.88
7.50

7.80
7.50

7.85
7.50

7.96
7.50

8.12
7.50

7.84
7.50

8.03
7.50

8.14
7.50

7.74
7.72
7.72

7.67
7.67
7.68

7.71
7.68
7.68

7.74
7.75
7.76

7.91
7.92
7.98

7.90
7.91
7.96

7.73
7.72
7.73

7.76
7.74
7.73

7.80
7.81
7.81

7.86
7.85
7.85

7.86
7.84
7.82

7.66
7.54
7.53

7.63
7.50
7.50

7.70
7,47
7.47

7.79
7.58
7.49

7.92
7.71
7.67

7.90
7.71
7.67

7.72
7.56
7.55

7.78
7,57
7.56

7.79
7.59
7.58

7.80
7.61
7.60

7.87
7,60
7.59

7.68
7.66

7.64
7.62

7.66
7.65

7.78
7.79

7.90
7.99

7.88
7.92

7.66
7.64

7.71
7.69

7.80
7.81

7.79
7.78

7.78
7.77

7.80
7.82
7.97
8.03

7.75
7.78
7.89
7 99

7.75
7.79
7.92
7.98

7.82
7.87
8.02
8.06

7.94
8.00
8.24
8.19

7.94
7.99
8.19
8.23

7.78
7.82
7.88
8.09

7.82
7.85
7.95
8.01

7.84
7.89
8.00
8.10

7.88
7.92
8.02
8.13

7.90
7.93
8.02
8.08

7.13
7.34
7.49

7.07
7.22
7.39

7.07
7.22
7.42

7.14
7.31
7.49

7.23
7.42
7.62

7.12
7.33
7.55

6.88
7.00
7.34

7.01
7.20
7.41

7.17
7.36
7.49

7.20
7.33
7.44

7.22
7.38
7.47

7.14
7.36

7 14
7.28

7.07
7.21

7.12
7.30
7.36

7.22
7.39

7.17
7.32

6.81
7.05

7.07
7.24
7.33

7.14
7.32

7.20
7.36

7.18
7.32

7.95
8.85

8.04
8.97

8.11
9.05
....
9.43
9.85
10.27
10.40
10.82
10.62

7.88
8.78
9.20
9.17
9.66
10.13
10.30
10.76
10.58

7.96
8.85
9.25
9.71
10.16
10.32
10.75
10.58

8.06
8.96
9.20
9.35
9.82
10.26
10.37
10.80
10.63

8.01
8.87

9.36
9.76
10.18
10.29
10.71
10.52

8.20
9.11
9.05
9.51
9.95
10.36
10.48
10.89
10.70

9.25
9.70
10.11
10.23
10.66
10.50

8.03
8.85
9.05
9.21
9.63
10.02
10.16
10.58
10,42

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds 1 ' 2
2 Discount window borrowing1'2'3 . . .
Commercial paper4'5
3
1 -month
4 3-month . . . . . ,
5 6-month
Finance paper, directly placed4-5
6
1-month
7 3 -month
8 6-month
Bankers acceptances5-6
9 3-month
10 6-month . . . .
Certificates of deposit,7
secondary market
11 1-month
12 3-month
13 6-monm
14 Eurodollar deposits 3-month"
U.S. Treasury bills5 9
Secondary market
15 3-month
16 6- month
17 1-year
18
19
20

Auction average10
3 -month
6-month . .
1-year
U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDSn

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Constant maturities32
1-year
2-year
21/2-year
3-year
5-yeor
7-year .
10-y*;ar
20-year
30-year

8,07
8.95
9.20
9.28
9.84
10.24
1037
10.79
1063

9.18
9.67
10.04
10 16
10.61
1045

7.97
8.86
9.20
9.22
9.66
10.05
10.17
10.59
10.42

30

Composite13
Over 10 years (long-term)

10.65

10.48

10.46

10.57

10.76

10.69

10.63

10.62

10.70

10.56

0.51

8.50
9.50
9.12

8.65
9.60
9.18

8.50
9.60
9.09

8.50
9.60
9.07

8.70
9.60
9.26

8.80
9.65
9.35

8.80
9.65
9.38

8.80
9.65
9.33

8.75
9.60
9.25

8.60
9.60
9.12

8.45
9.50
8.95

11.79

11.68

11.63

11.66

11.79

11.79

11.74

11.76

11.76

11.71

11.63

11.08
11.51
12.04
12.54

10.95
11.40
11.92
12.44

10.90
11.33
11.89
12.40

10.94
11.37
11.91
12.41

11.13
11.51
12.01
12.52

11.11
11.49
12.03
12.51

11.05
11.47
11.98
12.47

11.07
11.50
11.99
12.46

11.12
11.51
12.03
12.39

11.03
11.48
11.96
12.38

10.94
11.41
11.85
12.31

39 A-rated recently offered utility
bonds17

11.82

11.70

11.73

11.89

11.92

11.91

11.80

11.92

11.96

11.81

11.73

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio18
40 Preferred stocks
41 Common stocks

10.13
4.25

10.17
4.21

10.25
4.22

10.23
4.23

10.23
4.28

10.29
4.36

10.27
4.41

10.33
4.33

10.38
4.37

10.35
4.26

10.37
4.23

STATE AKD LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS
Moody 's series14
31 Aaa
32 Baa
33 Bond Buyer series15

. .

CORPORATE BONDS
34 Seasoned issues, all industries16 . . .
Rating group
35 Aaa
36 Aa
37 A
38 Baa




69

23. Interest rates in money and capital markets, 1985—Continued
B. Weekly averages—Continued
Percent per annum

1Week endin 5

Item

Nov. 1

Nov. 8

Nov. 15

Nov. 22

Nov. 29

Dec. 6

Dec. 13

Dec. 20

Dec. 27

7.89
7.50

8,30
7.50

795

8.13
7,50

771

849

7.50

7.50

8,03
7,50

805

802

7,50

7.50

7,50

7.77
7.74
7.73

7.87
7.78
7.71

7.88
7.79
7.69

7.79
7.74
7.67

7.82
7.77
7.69

794
7.85
7,74

7.85
7.76
7.65

7.79
7.67
7.52

7 86
7.73
7.58

7.75
7.62
7,60

7.88
7.60
7.59

7.85
7.58
7.58

7.78
7.58
7,54

7.74
7.58
7.56

7,90
7.68
7.57

7.84
7.58
7.53

7.75
7.53
7.48

7.75

7.69
7.65

7.68
7,60

7.71
7,62

7.70
7.57

7,71
7.57

7.75
7.67

7,64
7.53

7.54
7.40

7.67
7,48

7.79
7.82
7.85
8.09

7.80
7.79
7.79
8,00

7.85
7.82
7.83
7,99

7.80
7.80
7.81
8.03

7.86
7.86
7.88
8,03

7.93
7.94
7.95
8.11

7.83
7.81
7.81
8.09

7.75
7.67
7.67
7.86

7.99
7,80
7,79
7.95

7.20
7.32
7.41

7.25
7.32
7.36

7.29
7.32
7.34

7.23
7.29
7.30

7.18
7.28
7.32

7.24
7.31
7.35

7.10
7.12
7.13

7.06
7.06
7.07

7.02
7.06
7,08

7.24
7.37

7.21
7.30

7.21
7.23

7.24
7.26

7.15
7.26

7.19
7.26

7.05
7.02

7.00
7.01

7,02
7.05
7.06

7.97
8.76

7.88
8.60

7.90
8.50
8.65

7.65
8.12

9,16

952

952

10.07
10.52
10.34

9.92
10.35
10.18

9.82
10.27
10.10

9.68
10.14
9.98

9.65
10.14
9.93

9.65
10.13
9.90

8.41
8.76
9.15
9.31
9.81
9.61

7.57
8.00
8.20
8.23
8,55
8.94
9.09
9.58
9.38

7.59
8.00

8.94
9.30

7.85
8.52
8.80
8 78
9.21

7.87
8.51

9.13
9.55

7.91
8.66
8.95
9,00
9.38

9.04
9.53
9.31

10.37

10.21

10.10

9.98

9.96

9.96

9.66

9.44

9,38

8.30
9,35
8.76

8.30
9.35
8.68

8.20
9.25
8,60

8.00
9,10
8.37

8.00
9.10
8.51

8.00
9.10
8.54

8.00
9.10
8,42

7.95
9,00
8.38

7.95
9.00
8.36

34 Seasoned issues, all industries16
Rating group
35 Aaa
36 Aa
37 A
38 Baa

11.56

11.41

11.31

11.20

11.16

11.16

10.99

10.77

10,70

10.87
11.34
11.78
12,24

10.67
11.19
11.65
12.12

10,56
11.10
11.55
12.02

10.47
1097
11.46
11.91

10.43
10.95
11.42
11.85

10.43
1093
11.40
11.87

10.26
10.73
11.25
11.70

10.05
10.50
11.09
11.43

9.97
1043
11.05
11.36

39 A-rated recently offered utility bonds17

11.52

11.42

11.42

11.30

11.25

11.27

10.95

10.68

10.62

MEMO: Dividend/price ratio18
40 Preferred stocks
41 Common stocks . . .

10.32
4.20

10.01
4.14

10.09
4.08

10.13
4.03

9.84
3.98

10.04
3,95

9.98
3.91

10.06
3.84

10,04
3.88

MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS
1 Federal funds1-2
2 Discount window borrowing1'2*3
Commercial paper4'5
3 1-month
4 3-month
.. ..
5 6-month
Finance paper, directly placed4-5
6 1-month
7 3-month
,
8 6-month
....
Bankers acceptances5-6
9 3-month
10 6-month
Certificates of deposit,7
secondary market
11 1-month
12 3-month
13 6-month
..
14 Eurodollar deposits, 3-month8

.,.

U.S. Treasury bills5 9
Secondary market
15 3-month
16 6-month
17 1-year
18
19
20

Auction average10
3-month
6-month
1-year .
.

749
7.45

U.S. TREASURY NOTES AND BONDSU
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Constant maturities12
1-year
2-year
2V^-year
3-year
5-year
7-year
10-year
.
20-year
30-year
.

991

. , , ./:' . .
. . .

974

963

953

874

875
9.12

8 24
8.53

890

13

30

Composite
Over 10 years (long-term)
STATE AND LOCAL NOTES AND BONDS

Moody *s series14
31 Aaa . . .
..
32 Baa
13
33 Bond Buyer series
CORPORATE BONDS

70



24. Stock market—Selected statistics, 1985
A. Stock prices and trading
Averages of daily figures
Year

Series
Common stock prices
New York Stock Exchange
(Dec. 31, 1965 = 50)
1 Total
2 Industrial
3 Transportation
4 Utility
5 Finance
.

Jan.

Feb. | Mar. | Apr. | May | June | July

108,09 99.11 104.73 103.92 104.66 107.00 109.52 111.64
123.79 113.99 120.71 119.64 119.93 121.88 124,11 126.94
104.11 94,88 101.76 98.30 96.47 99.66 105.79 111.67
56.75 51.95 53.44 53.91 55.51 57.32 59.61 59.68
114.21 101.34 109.58 107.59 109.39 115.31 118.47 119.85

Aug. | Sept. | Oct. | Nov.

109.09
124.92
109.92
56,99
114.68

106.62
122.35
104.96
55.93
110.21

107.57
123.65
103.72
55.84
112.36

113.93
130.53
108.61
59,07
122.83

Dec.

119.33
136.77
113.52
61,69
128.86

Standard & Poor's Corporation
(1941-43 = 10)
Total
Industrial
Public utility
Transportation (1970= 10)1
Financial (1970—10)

186.84 171.61 180.88 179.42 180.62 184.90 188.89 192.54 188.31 184.06 186,18 197.45 207.26
207 79 19164 20213 20042 201.13 20483 20850 21290 209.40 20515 20765 219,44 230,29
82.97 75.83 78.14 78.89 81.25 83.60 86.90 87.22 83.21 81.46 81.49 86.80 90.83
166.62 150.95 160.52 154.61 152.12 159.45 167.10 177.97 174.45 168,07 168.89 177.68 187.65
22 04 19 49 21 09 20 61 21.00 22 49 23.04 23.19 22.07 21.06 21.60 23.79 25.10

11 American Stock Exchange
(Aug 31 1973 = 50), total . ,

229. 10 211.82 228.40 225.62 229.46 228.75 227.48 235.21 232.65 226,27 225.00 236.53 243.28

6
7
8
9
10

Volume of trading
(thousands of shares)
12 New York Stock Exchange . .
13 American Stock Exchange

109,191 121,545115,489102,591 94,387106,827105,849111,952 87,468 97,910110,569122,263133,446
8,355 9,130 10,010 8,677 7,801 7,171 7,128 7,284 7,275 7,057 7,648 9,183 11,890

B. Customer financing
End-of-period balances, millions of dollars

Jan.

Series
2

1 Margin credit at broker-dealers
MEMO: Free credit balances
at brokers3
2 Margin accounts
3 Cash accounts

Feb.

Mar.

22,090 22,970 23,230

1,695
9,725

1,670
9,840

1,755
10,160

Apr. | May | June | July | Aug. | Sept. [ Oct. | Nov. | Dec.
23,900 24,300

1,790
9,230

1,780
9,230

25,260

25,220

2,215
10,115

1,950
9,700

25,780 25,330

1,810
9,440

1,745
10,080

26,350 26,400 28,390

1,715 2,080
9,630 10,340

2,715
12,840

C. Margin-account debt at brokers
Percentage distribution, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar. | Apr.

May | June | July [ Aug.

Sept.

Oct. | Nov. | Dec.

100.0

Series
1 Total

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

35.0
19.0
20.0
11.0
7.0
8.0

36.0
20.0
18.0
11.0
8.0
8.0

38.0
20.0
18.0
10,0
7.0
7.0

39.0
19.0
18.0
10.0
7.0
7.0

36.0
19.0
19.0

34.0
20.0
19.0
11.0
8.0
8.0

34.0
20.0
19.0
11.0
8.0
8.0

35.0
21.0
18.0
11.0
8.0
7.0

40.0
22.0
16.0
9.0
6.0
7.0

37.0
22.0
17.0
10.0
7.0
7,0

35.0
20.0
19.0

34.0
20.0
19.0

7,0
8.0

8,0
8.0

May | June | July [ Aug,

Sept.

4

2
3
4
5
6
7

By equity class
Less than 40 percent
40-49
50-59
60-69
70^79
80 percent or more

n.o
7.0
8.0

n.o

n.o

D. Special miscellaneous-account balances at brokers
End of period
Item
1 Total balances
(millions of dollars)5
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.

79,600 81,830 83,729 82,990 87,120 86,910 89,240

Oct. | Nov. | Dec.

90,930 91,400 92,250

95,240 99,310

59,0

59.0

60.0

60.0

60.0

59.0

59.0

59,0

59.0

58.0

57.0

58.0

30.0
10.0

31.0
10.0

30,0
10.0

30.0
10.0

30,0
10.0

31.0
10.0

32.0
9.0

30.0
11.0

31.0
10.0

31.0
11.0

32.0
11.0

31.0
11.0

71

25. Selected assets and liabilities of financial institutions
A, FSLIC-insured institutions1
Millions of dollars, end of period
Jan.

| Feb.

| Mar. | Apr. | May | June | July

Account

| Aug. | Sept. | Oct.

[ Nov. | Dec.

1983

1 Assets

707,972 718,076 728,405 737,219 747,807 756,772 767,017 776,439 789,150 799,319 807,844

2 Mortgages
3 Mortgage backed securities
4 Cash and investment
securities2
5 Other

476,290 477,644 478,683 481,994 484,821 489,750 495,709 500,787 506,632 510,428 516,192 521,308
64,685 68,278 72,446 73,824 75,275 78,858 81,832 85,051 87,410 89,955 90,705 90,902

6 Liabilities and net worth

7 7 9 2 718,076 728,405 737,219 7 7 8 7 756,772 767,017 776,439 789,150 799,319 8 7 8 4 819,168
0,7
4,0
0,4

7 Savings capital . .
8 Borrowed money
9 FHLBB
10 Other
11 Other

819,168

90,208 93,888 97,613 100,756 104,506 105,109 105,772 103,599 105,724 107,337 110,216 109,923
n.a.
n.a. n.a. n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a.
n.a. n.a.

576,943
89,033
60,517
28,516
16,265

587,866
86,949
59,200
27,749
17,241

600,143
86,757
58,374
28,383
14,657

607,289
86,104
57,883
28,221
16,231

614,585
86,620
57,112
29,508
18,636

622,954
88,892
57,297
31,595
15,914

623,901
89,430
56,680
32,750
18,425

637,096
89,538
55,846
33,692
19,827

649,380
92,247
56,343
35,904
16,735

655,293 659,460 671,059
93,801 95,818 98,511
56,973 56,089 57,253
36,828 39,729 41,258
18,859 20,714
16,619

12 Net worth3

25,730 26,019 26,847 27,595 27,965 29,011

29,164 29,979 30,788 31,366

31,852

32,980

13 MEMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding2

30,082 33,384 37,658 42,041

50,779

57,206

56,785

45,927 48,342

52,420

53,855

54,551

1984
1 Assets

825,050 834,647 853,654 865,724 884,156 901,254 913,695 929,947 938,175 947,537 960,177 978,514

2 Mortgages
3 Mortgage backed securities
4 Cash and investment
securities2
5 Other

525,599 530,502 535,887 544,124 553,748 563,375 572,685 579,411 585,555 590,540 598,425 599,021
91,741 92,184 97,565 100,320 102,345 106,092 107,009 109,575 109,276 109,049 107,320 108,219

6 Liabilities and net worth .

825,050 834,647 853,654 865,724 884,152 901,254 913,695 929,947 938,175 947,537 960,177 978,514

7 Savings capital . .
8 Borrowed money
9
FHLBB
10 Other
11 Other

109,254 111,653 117,050 114,699 117,790 117,723 116,520 116,984 119,946 120,342 124,304
n.a,
n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. 78,882 84,496 85,677 87,421 87,799

680,514
94,076
55,623
38,453
17,325

741,992
125,780
67,602
58,178
22,218

751,252
131,392
70,188
61,204
19,257

35,957

36,274

36,324

36,912

37,921

74,847 74,728 72,605 70,633

68,640

68,516

65,836

687,258 700,911 705,976 716,235 728,546 736,038
94,332 102,101 106,717 112,228 118,398 120,750
55,341 55,853 57,441 59,384 63,056 63,972
38,991 46,248 49,276 52,844 55,342 56,778
19,231 16,570 18,626 21,078 18,819 21,318

12 Net worth3

33,135

13 MEMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding4

58,602 61,501 66,745 70,028 74,416

33,826 34,072 34,405

135,640
91,516

34,615 35,491 35,589

760,332 772,124 784,724
129,550 128,060 137,123
70,274 70,419 71,719
59,276 57,641 65,404
18,746
21,331 23,081

1985
1 Assets

974,881 982,182 992,289 995,4301,003,2251,012,3121,022,4101,034,9791,042,0651,049,727 1,061,529 1,069,723

2 Mortgages
3 Mortgage backed securities
4 Cash and investment
securities2
5 Other

602,180 603,308 608,267 613,334 617,574 623,275 627,311 633,107 638,112 644,392 647,684
106,836 107,779 108,755 108,174 106,433 102,892 105,869 108,417 113,333 112,190 110,831

649,989
111,071

129,481 131,625 132,438 127,225 129,918 132,109 133,001 135,050 131,582 130,795 139,628
91,211 93,100 94,625 96,903 98,034 100,595 101,281 101,688 101,467 102,537 102,956

143,720
102,548

6 Liabilities and net worth

974,881 982,182 992,289 995,4301,003,2251,012,3121,022,4101,034,9791,042,0651,049,727 1,061,5291,069,723

7 Savings capital . .
8 Borrowed money
9 FHLBB
10 Other
11 Other

791,475 792,566 801,293 801,256 809,083 817,551 822,106 826,841 831,268 833,189 837,488
125,606 129,321 132,665 132,230 129,082 130,269 134,018 139,507 144,982 147,044 152,760
70,509 71,470 71,674 72,785 74,159 75,897 77,756 80,129 81,486 82,569 82,718
55,096 57,851 60,991 59,445 54,923 54,372 56,263 59,378 63,496 65,270 70,248
19,961 21,816 19,290 22,468 24,215 22,055 23,252 25,199 21,865 24,282 26,040

843,804
157,166
84,398
72,768
21,9B1

12 Net worth3

37,840

38,488

39,041

39,476

40,845

42,436

43,034

43,432

43,945

44,413

45,061

46,824

13 MEMO: Mortgage loan commitments outstanding4

64,154

65,323

67,615

68,671

69,683

69,585

68,712

65,902

65,711

64,943

64,952

62,963

72



25. Selected assets and liabilities of financial institutions—Continued
B. Savings banks1
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

Account

4
5
6
7
8
9

Aug. | Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1985
204,859 206,175 210,568 210,469 212,509 212,163 213,824 215,298 215,560 215,893 216,793 216,050

1 Assets
2
3

June | July

Loans
103,393 103,654 104,340 105,102 105,869 105,891 106,441 107,322 108,842 109,171 109,494 110509
Mortgage
Other
25,747 26,456 27,798 28,000 28,530 29,211 30,339 30,195 29,672 29,967 31,217 30,755
Securities
2
14,628 14,917 15,098 14,504 14,895 14,074 13,960 13,868 13,686 13,734 13,434 13,120
U S government
Mortgage backed securities . . . 19,459 19,167 19,694 19,750 19,527 19,160 19,779 20,101 20,368 20,012 19,828 19,367
2,094
2,069
2,097
2,063
2,086
2,163
2,092
2,105
2,107
2,148
2,318
State and local government . , .
2,067
23,892 23,896 24,194 24,139 24,344 24,047 23,738 27,735 23,534 23,039 22,816 21,162
Corporate and other3
. .
5,004
4,935
4,544
4,893
4,423
4,864
4,821 4,916
4,771
Cash . . ,
4,140
4,679
6,248
11,533 11,593 12,488 12,288 12,246 12,770 12,937 13,151 12,345 12,914 13,085 12,571
Other assets

10 Liabilities

204,859 206,175 210,568 210,469 212,509 212,163 213,824 215,298 215,560 215,893 216,793 216,050

11 Deposits
12 Regular4
13
Ordinary savings
14
Time and other
15 Other
16 Other liabilities
17 General reserve accounts

181,062 181,849 185,197 184,478 185,802 186,091 186,824 187,207 187,722 187,239 187,552 185,948
177 954 178 791 181 742 180,804 182 113 182,243 182 881 183,222 183 560 183,296 183 716 181 931
33,413 33,413 33,715 33,211 33,457 33,526 33,495 33,398 33,252 33,303 33,638 33031
104,098 103,536 105,204 104,527 104,843 104,756 104,737 104,448 104,668 104,024 104,116 103,315
3,873
3,943
3,943
3 058
3 455
3,674
3,985
4,162
3 836 4017
3,108
3,689
12,931 13,387 14,393 14,959 15,546 14,348 15,137 15,971 15,546 15,996 16,309 16,783
10,619 10670 10720 10,803 10,913 11,238 11,453 11,704 11,882 12,299 12,567 12 752

C. Life insurance companies
Millions of dollars, end of period

Jan. | Feb.
Account

9
10
11
12

June | July

Aug. | Sept.

Oct. | Nov. | Dec.

1984
658,796 661,339 666,550 672,252 675,433 681,443 686,135 695,829 701,846 707,780 714,319 722,979

1 Assets
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Mar. | Apr. | May

Securities
Government . . . .
United States1
State and local
Foreign2
Business
..,
Bonds
Stocks

51,096 51,491 52,019 53,282 52,738 53,175 53,707 55,110 56,250 58,403 61,049 62 899
29,122 30,015 30,886 32,130 31,422 31,752 32,243 33,386 35,035 37,017 39,592 41,204
8,444
8,712
8,642
9,265
8,475
8,672
8,862
9,920
8 713
8,427
8,823
9014
12,054 12,211 12,119 12,290 12,493 12,711 12,822 13,052 12,771 12,911 13,030 23,982
327,974 328,945 332 825 336,153 336,602 341,178 344,456 351,698 353,991 355,770 358,891 359 333
263,756 266,717 269,937 273,155 276,089 280,073 284,344 287,334 289,689 292,079 295,879 295,998
64,218 62,228 62 888 62,998 60,513 61,105 60,112 64,364 64,302 63,691 63,012 63 335

Mortgages
Real estate
Policy loans
Other assets

151,030 150,920 151 301 152,184 152,735 153,531 153,971 155,058 155,372 155,582 156,160 156 699
22,501 22,574 23,000 23,186 23,448 23,706 23,911 23,986 24,533 24,773 25,271 25,767
54,034 54 107 54,186 54,263 54,300 54,325 54,332 54,407 54,439 54,459 54,465 54,505
52,161 53,302 53 221 54 184 55 610 55 528 55 758 55 570 57 261 58 793 58 483 63 776

1985
731,113 735,332 742,154 748,865 757,523 765,891 772,452 778,293 783,828 791,483 802,024 816,203

1 Assets
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Securities
Government 1
United States
State and local
Foreign2 . .
Business
Bonds
Stocks

63 979 65 867 65 603 66402 67 880 68,636 68 983 69,975 71 049 72 334 73 451 77 230
41,982 43,916 43,502 44,200 45,593 46,260 46,514 47,343 48,181 49,300 50,321 53,559
9,475
9,201
8,980
8,913
9 615 10086
9,293
8 998 9,044
8 902 8,923
9,000
13,084 12,951 13,199 13,279 13,289 13,332 13,489 13,431 13,575 13,559 13,515 13,585
368,306 371,009 374,757 379,247 384,342 388,448 393,386 397,202 355,505 403,832 410,141 414,424
302,260 303,452 307 078 311,123 314 021 317,029 321,752 325,647 285,164 311,675 335 129 337 205
66,046 67,557 67,679 68,124 70,321 71,419 71,634 71,555 70,341 72,157 75,012 77,219

Mortgages
Real estate
Policy loans
Other assets

156,850 157,253 158 162 159,393 160 470 161,485 162,690 163,027 163,929 165,687 167,306 170460
25,983 26,186 26 527 26 828 27 215 27,831 28,240 28,450 28 476 28,637 28 844 28 662
54,414 54,489 54,438 54,439 54,384 54,320 54,300 54,238 54,225 54,142 54,121 54,200
61,571 60,528 62,667 62,556 63,232 65,171 64,853 65,401 66,629 57,313 68,161 71 227




....

73

25. Selected assets and liabilities of financial institutions—Continued
D. Credit unions
Millions of dollars, end of period

1984
Account

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr,

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Total assets/liabilities and
capital

82,4%

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

54770
27,726

55 753
27,973

57,569
28,220

58 127
28,467

59636
28,714

61,316
28,960

61,163
28,982

61,500
29,003

62,107
29,544

61,935
29,684

62690
29,831

63 205
29,831

4 Loans outstanding . ,
5 Federal . .
6 State
7 Savings . ,
8 Federal (shares)
9 State (shares and deposits) . . .

50625
33,270
17 355
75,532
50,438
25,094

51 435
33,878
17 557
76,556
51,218
25,338

52269
34,510
17 759
78,487
52,905
25,582

53 247
35,286
17 961
79,413
53,587
25,826

54437
36,274
18 163
80,702
54,632
26,070

55,915
37,547
18,368
82,578
56,261
26,317

57,286
38,490
18,796
82,402
56,278
26,124

58,802
39,578
19,224
82,135
56,205
25,930

59,874
40,310
19564
83,172
56,734
26,438

60,483
40,727
19,756
83,129
56,655
26,474

62 170
41,762
20408
84,000
57,302
26,698

62 561
42,337
20 224
84348
57,539
26,809

1985
1 Total assets/liabilities and
capital

93,985

96,183

98,667 101,268 104,992 106,784 107,991 111,150 113,016 114,783 117,029 118,010

2 Federal . .
3 State

64,505
29,480

65,989
30,194

67,820
30,847

68,903
32,365

71,342
33,650

72,022
34,762

72,932
35,059

74,869
36,281

4 Loans outstanding . . . .
5 Federal
6 State
7 Savings
8 Federal (shares)
9 State (shares and deposits) . . .

62,270
42,220
20,050
85,541
58 820
26,721

62,393
42,283
20,110
86,048
59914
26,134

62,904
42,772
20,132
88,562
61 760
26,802

64,341
43,414
20,927
91,275
62 867
28,408

65,298
44,042
21,256
95,278
66680
28,598

66,623
44,513
22,110
97,204
66,744
30,460

67,662
44,963
22,699
98,026
67,070
30,956

69,171 70,765 71,811 72,404 73,513
46,036 46,702 47,065 47,538 47,933
23,135 24,063 24,746 24,866 25,580
98,834 101,318 103,677 105,384 105,963
68,087 68,592 70,063 71,117 70,926
31,747 32,726 33,614 34,267 35,037

74



75,567
37,449

76,415
38,368

77,829
39,200

77 861
40,149

26. Federal fiscal and financing operations
Millions of dollars
Type of account or operation

\
2
3
4
5

US, budget1
Receipts . . .
Outlays . ,
Surplus, «r deficit ( — )
Trust funds
Federal funds2

Off-budget entities
Surplus, or deficit ( — )
6
Federal Financing Bank outlays
7
Other3
US. budget plus off-budget, including Federal
Financing Bank
8 Surplus, or deficit ( — )
Source of financing
9
Borrowing from the public
10 Cash and monetary assets — Decrease, or
increase ( — )
1 1 Other5 . . .
MEMO
12 Treasury operating balance (level, end of period). , .
13 Federal Reserve Banks
14 Tax and loan accounts . . . .

Fiscal
Year
1985

Calendar year 1985
Year

HI

H2

Jan.

70,454
380,647
733,996
364,791
745,438
463,760
488,740
76,838
952,500
936,809
-202,813 -207,062 -83,112 - 123,950 -6,384
53,540
53,191
22,591
30,600
-188
-256,353 -260,253 -105,703 - 154,550 -6,198

-7,339
-1,779

-6,803
-1,708

-211,931 -215,575

-6,274
-1,163

Feb.

Mar.

54,048
74,876
-20,827
2,312
-23,140

49,606
78,067
-28,461
-1,682
-26,780

94,594
82,228
12,365
5,182
7,183

Apr.

-529
-545

-840
-789

-427
202

-1,134
91

-1,108
128

-90,553 - 125,022

-8,013

-21,056

-29,504

11,386

197,269

223,621

87,054

136,567

12,675

15,994

13,159

17,036

10,673
3,988

- 16,908
8,863

-6,479
9,977

- 10,429
-1,114

-7,969
3,306

9,094
-4,032

3,212
13,133

-21,921
-495

17,060
4,174
12,886

54,948
12,639
42,309

24,013
3,288
20,725

30,935
9,351
21,584

26,502
5,349
21,153

17,160
3,308
13,852

13,868
3,063
10,805

40,022
19,305
20,717

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

57,881
85,074
- 27, 193
3,371
-30,564

51,163
84,763
-33,601
-1,098
-32,501

68,193
84,079
- 15,886
15,268
-31,155

Calendar year 1985

May
US. budget*
1 Receipts
2 Outlays
3 Surplus, or deficit ( — )
4
Trust funds
5 Federal funds2
...

6
7

Off-budget entities
Surplus, or deficit (-)
Federal Financing Bank outlays
Other3

US. budget plus off -budget, including Federal
Financing Bank
8 Surplus, or deficit ( — ) . . . .
Source of financing
9
Borrowing from the public
10 Cash and monetary assets — Decrease, or
increase ( — )
1 1 Other5
MEMO
12 Treasury operating balance (level, end of period) . . .
13 Federal Reserve Banks
....
14 Tax and loan accounts




June

July

Aug.

Sept.

73,808
55,776
83,621 73,191
617
-27,845
13,164
287
-28,132 - 12,547

39,794
80,245
-40,450
6,699
-47,149

72,151
71,506
645
10,268
-9,623

57,970
78,012
-20,042
-392
- 19,650

-1,192
-354

-1,573
-441

-1,308
-183

26
221

-31
-1,350

86
20

-322
537

1,020
210

-41,997

-1,369

-21,532

-27,597

-764

-27,087

-33,386

- 14,656

16,333

11,857

23,921

16,157

5,975

11,390

45,863

33,261

29,808
-4,143

-12,697
2,208

-466
-1,923

12,013
-573

-6,248
1,039

13,964
1,732

-8,672
-3,803

-21,020
2,414

11,138
1,933
9,204

24,013
3,288
20,725

24,146
2,65,6
21,489

11,841
3,656
8,185

17,060
4*174
12,886

1,823
1,528
295

10,051
2,294
7,757

30,935
9,351
21,584

75

27. U.S. budget
A. Receipts
Millions of dollars
Calendar year 1985
Source
Year
1

1 All sources

...

7
8

Corporation income taxes
Gross receipts
Refunds

Excise taxes
Customs deposits
Estate and gift taxes
Miscellaneous receipts4

Apr.

May

June

49,606

94,593

39,794

72,151

37,852
24,778
0
12,608
-433

23,769
23,127
1
1,683
1,041

15,254
23,952
8
3,136
11,842

51,533
26,343
9
43,235
17,986

3,611
27,640
8
1,945
25,982

34,764
23,448
3
13,548
2,266

4,373
1,594

2,673
919

10,304
1,888

11,265
2,409

2,205
975

11,373
585

272,615
242,310
25,494
4,808

23,394
21,661
1,328
406

23,080
20,097
2,615
368

20,550
19,655
515
381

28,102
24,649
3,062
391

28,423
19,794
8,192
437

21,049
20,182
501
367

35,729
12,161
6,527
19,005

3,267
1,085
605
1,471

2,585
842
504
1,488

2,739
998
430
1,218

2,700
939
671
1,793

3,235
946
566
1,783

2,733
997
428
1,391

..

9 Social insurance taxes and contributions net
10 Employment taxes and contributions2 . . .
1 1 Unemployment insurance
12 Other net receipts3
13
14
15
16

Mar.

54,021

78,721
16,121

..

Feb.

70,453

336,770
305,010
35
98,450
66,722

..

2 Individual income taxes net
.
3 Withheld
4 Presidential Election Campaign Fund
5 Nonwithheld .
6 Refunds

Jan.

745,407

....

.

Calendar year 1985
July
1 All sources1

7
8

Corporation income taxes
Gross receipts
Refunds

..

9 Social insurance taxes and contributions, net
10 Employment taxes and contributions2
1 1 Unemployment insurance
.
12 Other net receipts3
13
14
15
16

Excise taxes . .
Customs deposits
Estate and gift taxes
Miscellaneous receipts*

76



,,

...

...

...

..

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

73,808

57,881

51,162

68,193

25,770
24,914
2
2,285
1,431

34,643
22,569
1
13,613
1,539

29,730
29,360
0
1,547
1,177

23,399
23,416
0
1,269
1,286

30,193
28,568
0
2,448
822

2,397
1,319

12,224
1,275

3,383
2,202

2,364
973

13,108
821

22,853
21,136
1,276
441

2 Individual income taxes net
3 Withheld
4 Presidential Election Campaign Fund
5 Nonwithheld .
..
6 Refunds

Sept.

55,776

3,052
1,161

, ..

Aug.

57,970
26,252
26,898
3
1,133
1,783

,.

22,943
18,617
3,928
398

21,977
21,325
275
376

20,431
18,708
1,340
382

20,151
17,478
2,241
432

19,662
19,012
221
429

3,409
1,125
614
1,826

2,544
1,151
560
1,730

3,331
936
497
1,473

2,958
1,106
574
1,902

3,211
1,028
564
1,419

3,017
1,008
514
1,511

27. U.S. budget— Continued
B. Outlays
Millions of dollars
Calendar year 1985
Source

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

1 AU types

960,609

78,373

75,142

79,113

83,524

81,472

73,617

2
3
4
5
6

260,085
15,042
8,957
6,922
13,445

19,518
1,254
654
797
1,082

19,862
884
715
508
786

21,986
1,416
740
537
929

20,438
946
743
661
1,006

22,413
1,201
722
768
1,016

21,098
974
656
-318
1,073

27,117
4,706
26,822
7,260
28,630

3,372
266
2,053
542
2,547

2,054
-918
1,505
469
2,628

1,732
586
1,583
541
2,233

2,822
1,760
2,045
841
2,344

903
602
2,146
348
2,448

822
1,490
2,130
701
1,949

34,182
257,388
124,703
26,378
6,228
6,491

2,822
20,930
11,600
930
585
244

2,778
20,583
10,220
2,218
453
699

2,685
21,031
11,530
2,296
471
343

2,909
21,355
13,347
2,293
572
80

3,016
21,378
10,740
3,207
492
848

2,735
23,074
7,809
907
443
643

6,050
132,591
-32,389

1,250
10,440
-2,513

116
11,820
-2,238

75
10,517
-2,118

1,258
10,858
-2,754

91
11,536
-2,403

-131
9,972
-2,410

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Ail types

79,039

83,437

74,527

84,967

84,549

82,849

2
3
4
5
6

*

22,375
491
652
653
1,317

23,204
1,542
754
903
1,396

21,504
1,995
742
1,167
1,083

21,927
2,387
1,029
478
1,363

22,029
831
697
571
1,088

23,731
1,121
853
197
1,306

7 Agriculture
. . . .
8 Commerce
9 Transportation
10 Community and regional development . . . .
11 Education training employment and social services

1,162
626
2,563
406
2,185

1,510
-761
2,617
761
2,745

978
1,715
2,524
499
2,136

3,048
787
2,602
880
2,581

4,307
-510
2,667
613
2,776

4,407
-937
2,387
659
2,058

2,944
21,890
10,529
2,324
658
215

2,917
21,306
10,201
3,409
519
479

2,672
21,170
8,574
942
469
788

3,125
21,843
9,340
2,132
538
265

2,780
21,326
10,791
3,302
441
600

2,799
21,502
10,022
2,418
587
1,287

1,222
10,312
-3,485

92
12,324
-2,481

291
9,773
-4,495

1,667
11,440
-2,465

74
12,312
-2,140

45
11,287
-2,881

1

National defense
International affairs
General science, space, and technology
Energy
Natural resources and environment

7
8
9
10
11

Agriculture
Commerce and housing credit
Transportation
Community and regional development
Education training, employment, and social services

12
13
14
15
16
17

Health
Social security and medicare2
Income security
Veterans benefits and services
Administration of justice
General government

18 General-purpose fiscal assistance
19 Net interest
20 Undistributed offsetting receipts3

...

1

National defense
International affairs
General science, space and technology
Energy
Natural resources and environment

12 Health
13 Social security and medicare2
14 Income security
15 Veterans benefits and services
16 Administration of justice
17 General government
18 General-purpose fiscal assistance
19 Net interest
20 Undistributed offsetting receipts3




*

.

,.

77

28* Federal debt subject to statutory limit—Types and ownership, 1985
Billions of dollars
Item

Mar. 31

June 30

1,715.1
1,710.7
1,415 2
295.5

1 Federal debt outstanding
2 Public debt securities
3 Held by public
4 Held by agencies
5 Agency securities
6 Held by public .
7 Held by agencies

,
..

.
,
..

.

Sept. 30

Dec. 31

1,779.0

1,827.5

1,950.3

1,774.6
1,460.5
314.2

44

|

1,823.1
1 506.6
316.5

1,945.9
1 597 1
348.9

44

1.1

1,711.4

1,775.3

1,823.8

1,932.4

1 774.0

1 822.5

1.3

1.3

1 931 1

1,823.8

1,823.8

1,823.8

33

..

8 Debt subject to statutory limit

4.4
3.3
1.1

1 710 1
13

..

.

9 Public debt securities
10 Other debt1
.
MEMO: Statutory debt limit

44
3.3
1.1

33

1.1

1.3
2,078.7

29. Gross public debt of the U.S. Treasury—Types and ownership
Billions of dollars, end of period

1984
Type and holder

1985

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

1 Total gross public debt

1,463.7

1,512.7

1,572.3

1,663.0

1,710.7

1,774.6

1,823.1

1,945.9

Type
1 Interest-bearing debt
3 Marketable
4
Bills
5
Notes
.
6
Bonds

1,452.1
1,097.7
350.2
604,9
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

1,660.6
1,247.4
374.4
705.1
167.9

1,695.2
1,271,7
379.5
713.8
178.4

1,759.8
1,310.7
381.9
740.9
187.9

1,821.0
1,360.2
384.2
776.4
199.5

1,943.4
1,437.7
399.9
812.5
211.1

354.4
38.1
9.9
9.9
.0
71.6
234.6

374.5
39.9
8.8
8.8
.0
72.3
253.2

383,0
41.4
8.8
8.8
.0
73.1
259.5

413.2
44.4
9.1
9.1
.0
73.3
286.2

423.6
47.7
9.1
9.1
.0
74.1
292.2

449.1
53.9
8.3
8.3
.0
75.4
311.0

460.8
62.8
6.6
6.6
.0
77.0
313.9

505.7
87.5
7.5
7.5
.0
78.1
332.2

11,6

11.6

12,7

2.3

15.5

14.8

2.1

2.5

239.8
150.8

257.6
152.9

263.1
155.0

289.6
160.9

295.5
161.0

314.2
169.1

316.5
169.7

348.9
181.3

1,073.0
189.8
19,4
57.1
42.6
157.7

1,102.2
182.3
14.9
61.6
45.3
165.4

1,154.1
183,0
13.6
58.6
47.7
172.4

1,212.5
185.5
26.0
73.9
50.2
179.4

1,254.1
195.0
26.7
80,4
50.8
189.7

1,292.0
196.3
24.8
85.0
50.7
198.9

1,338.2
196.9
22.7
88.1
54.9
212.8

1,431,3
192.2
25.1
93.2
62.0
n.a

72.2
64.0
166.3
300.3

72.9
69.3
171.5
317.1

73.7
73.8
175.5
351.1

74.5
70.8
193.1
360.6

75.4
69.7
186.4
380.0

76.7
72.0
200.7
386.9

78,2
73.2
209.8
401.2

79.8
74.9
214.6
n.a.

7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Nonmarketable1
...
..
,.. .
State and local2 government series
Foreign issues
.,
..
,.
....
Government
Public
,
. . .
Savings bonds and notes
,
Government-account series^

14 Non-interest-bearing debt
Holder*
15 U.S government agencies and trust funds
16 Federal Reserve Banks
17 Private investors
18 Commercial banks
19 Money market funds
20 Insurance companies
21 Other corporations . . .
...
22 State and local governments
Individuals
2 3 Savings bonds .
.
.
24 Other securities
5
25 Foreign and international
26 Other miscellaneous investors** . . .

78



,,

,.

....

|

Q4

30, U.S. government securities dealers, 1985
A. Transactions1
Par value, averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Type and maturity

Jan.

| Feb. [ Mar. | Apr. | May [ June [ July

| Aug. [ Sept. | Oct. | Nov. | Dec.

IMMEI>IATE DELIVERY
1 U.S. government securities . . . 71,700
2
3
4
5
6

Maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1—5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years

32 186
1,762
17,679
. . . . 12 039
8,035

Type of customer
U.S. government securities
4 282
dealers
.
8 U.S. government securities
32 623
brokers
34,795
9
All others2
9 895
10 Federal agency securities
1 1 Certificates of deposit
. . , 5 429
3,750
12 Bankers acceptances
13 Commercial paper
10 784

71,774

73,284

72,575

83,466

87,015

65,824

70,892

62,982

71,623

91,974

80,865

33 449
1,650
17,535
10500
8,641

38,092
1,726
16,108
10,469
6,889

35,920
1,976
17,023
10,924
6,731

34,188
1,953
23,181
13,126
11,018

34,572
1,664
23,495
15,613
11,671

29,397
1,561
15,940
10,810
8,115

29,991
1,636
17,417
11,288
10,561

27,674
1,683
15,313
1Q,467
7,845

31,724
1,923
15,330
13,606
9,039

35,971
1,970
21,282
18,814
13,938

31 632
2,224
20,033
14,786
12,191

4,326

3,964

3,907

3,046

2,952

2,472

2,918

2,945

3,246

3,132

2,845

33 865
33,583
9490
4 608
3,240
9 958

36413
32,907
8 769
3,731
2,926
10205

34,716
33,951
10 191
4,359
3,504
12,014

40,086
40,333
10982
4,687
3,920
11,388

42,795
41,270
12912
4,670
4,005
12,709

33,370
29,982
10,829
3,926
3,247
13,390

34,585
33,389
10,969
3,255
2,999
13,027

30,771
29,266
11,668
3,386
3,009
13,466

33 817
34,561
13 361
3 245
2,790
14 379

43 621
45,221
15 299
3096
2,651
14 703

38008
40,013
15 317
3 800
2,862
16 579

7,125
6 170

8,065
5098

6,662
5,521

4,586
5,731

6,425
7,632

4,047
4,960

3,942
5,667

5,836
6,599

4,610
6043

5,020
7429

4,888
6777

1

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3
14 Treasury' bills
15 Treasury coupons . . .
16 Federal agency securities

...

5,521
5 201

155

1,053
3,622

1,569
3,311

112

120

148

1,330
2,149

1,020
2,634

1,723
3,270

128

223

155

346

234

564

467

229

FORWARD TRANSACTIONS4
17 U.S. government securities . . . .
18 Federal agency securities

1,319
3,740

1,200
3,500

1,317
3,602

1,050
3,824

732
4,790

1,759
5,671

1,323
6,176

Week ending Wednesday
Jan. 2

Jan. 9

Jan. 16

Jan. 23

Jan. 30

Feb. 6

Feb. 13 Feb. 20 Feb. 27

Mar. 6

53,115

74,645

60,285

74,057

77,363

73,746

67,722

69,475

78,004

67,541

25,237
1,863
12,892
7,008
6,115

31,972
2,183
18,110
13,366
9,015

29,236
1,702
11,906
10,529
6,913

36,756
1,646
17,576
11,354
6,724

30,554
1,495
22,732
13,296
9,286

34,151
1,595
20,889
9,078
8,032

31,622
1,390
12,715
9,364
12,631

35,744
1,765
16,484
8,250
7,233

34,081
1,740
20,313
14,237
7,633

33,773
1,709
13,504
11,848
6,708

4,843
19,005
29,268
5,535
3,356
2,557
10,436

4,542
34,467
35,637
9,082
7,999
5,363
11,373

3,718
28,359
28,209
11,921
5,327
3,273
10,631

4,482
32,627
36,947
10,355
4,867
3,741
10,433

3,924
35,305
38,134
9,519
4,087
3,007
10,132

4,055
35,561
34,131
8,360
5,151
3,334
11,098

4,942
31,919
30,861
9,889
4,338
3,310
9,575

4,090
32,237
33,149
11,580
3,929
2,861
10,066

4,247
36,138
37,620
8,977
4,651
3,384
9,277

3,973
33,995
29,574
7,483
3,815
3,391
10,544

3,106
3,681
78

4,748
4,826
148

5,705
5,250
91

4,791
4,407
167

6,497
6,304
136

7,569
5,302
126

7,970
5,997
133

5,884
5,327
218

7,204
7,332
118

7,932
6,395
69

1,135
2,100

851
3,417

693
4,626

1,034
4,064

1,320
2,851

2,070
2,518

1,652
3,429

1,207
4,373

1,620
3,300

682
2,192

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
1 U.S. government securities
2
3
4
5
6

Maturity
Bills
Otht;r within 1 year
1—5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years

Type of customer
1 U.S. government securities deal srs
8 U.S. government securities brokers
9 All others2
10 Federiil agency securities
1 1 Certificates of deposit
12 Bankers acceptances
13 Commercial paper
FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3
14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities
FORWARD TRANSACTIONS'*
17 U S. government securities
18 Federal agency securities




79

30. U.S. government securities dealers, 1985—Continued
A. Transactions1—Continued
Par value, averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending Wednesday
Type and maturity

Mar. 13 Mar. 20 Mar. 27

Apr. 3

Apr. 10

Apr. 17 Apr. 24

May 1

May 8

May 15

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
1 U.S. government securities

66,085

65,993

77,766

80,066

74,012

84,050

75,819

66,117

74,241

100,760

Maturity
Bills . . .
...
Other within 1 year
1—5 years
5-10 years
.....
Over 10 years

36,441
1,932
12,619
9,310
5,784

38,853
1,671
11,948
7,618
5,903

37,633
1,766
22,208
10,065
6,094

38,465
1,777
17,748
12,691
9,385

40,155
1,809
13,832
11,206
7,009

40,292
2,094
20,731
13,345
7,588

37,673
1,736
18,420
11,002
6,988

30,892
2,165
17,216
9,402
6,443

31,980
1,870
22,016
11,362
7,013

41,380
2,292
24,571
15,759
16,758

3,963
33,830
28,292
8,160
3,783
3,043
9,589

3,186
33,568
29,240
10,141
3,458
2,411
10,525

4,109
36,486
37,171
8,228
3,649
2,790
10,429

5,092
38,484
36,490
8,597
3,982
2,845
11,469

4,390
35,776
33,846
10,218
3,999
3,641
11,251

4,941
38,972
40,138
14,426
4,914
3,912
12,324

2,617
37,176
36,025
10,008
5,200
3,994
12,228

3,285
32,248
30,584
7,911
3,701
3,080
12,563

3,337
35,011
35,893
9,276
4,996
3,765
11,839

3,516
49,382
47,862
14,588
4,741
3,414
10,438

7,352
5,319
109

10,720
4,775
109

6,018
3,751
119

6,894
5,171
170

6,261
5,362
150

6,725
5,881
41

7,759
6,308
154

5,277
5,642
60

4,737
5,243
96

5,315
6,454
148

1,087
2,129

1,502
2,613

2,049
1,768

757
2,440

1,335
2,435

735
3,795

1,686
2,330

889
1,743

2,778
3,064

1,162
4,464

May 22

May 29

June5

June 12

June 19

June 26

July 3

July 10

July 17

July 24

. .

80,422

71,794

97,622

80,156

88,937

80,404

75,464

65,943

71,204

65,395

..

30,490
2,177
25,254
10,824
11,678

27,135
1,348
23,274
11,515
8,522

39,749
2,073
22,821
19,623
13,356

35,634
1,515
17,948
14,719
10,340

28,575
36,585
1,582
1,531
24,608 27,746
15,124. 13,079
9,422
11,090

29,910
1,877
17,529
14,989
11,160

29,459
1,349
14,707
12,008
8,421

32,228
1,681
16,017
12,295
8,983

29,084
1,324
16,456
10,354
8,177

2,581
38,365
39,476
11,158
4,678
4,010
10,832

2,357
34,884
34,553
7,652
4,130
4,231
11,020

3,751
45,477
48,395
13,536
5,418
4,497
13,062

2,922
40,348
36,885
11,368
3,937
3,659
11,595

2,389
44,445
42,103
16,214
5,262
4,550
13,541

2,044
40,281
38,080
10,225
4,099
3,656
12,219

3,656
36,498
35,310
11,118
4,419
3,239
14,565

2,381
31,179
32,384
11,238
4,092
3,217
13,006

2,290
36,818
32,097
14,201
4,227
3,834
14,603

1,799
34,904
28,693
9,749
4,049
3,143
12,313

3,770
5,907
311

4,057
4,627
121

7,360
7,488
202

6,197
7,870
300

7,539
8,552
99

5,223
6,388
347

3,538
5,262
258

3,504
5,049
99

4,993
4,701
135

5,051
5,266
134

1,739
3,820

1,399
2,032

1,388
3,374

666
3,861

1,936
4,799

1,303
3,027

1,086
2,658

902
3,950

644
4,791

1,450
2,959

2
3
4
5
6

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
..
FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3
14 Treasury bills
.. ..
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities
FORWARD TRANSACTIONS4
17 U S government securities
18 Federal agency securities

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
1 U.S. government securities
2
3
4
5
6

Maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years . . . .
5-10 years
Over 10 years

Type of customer
1
U.S. government securities dealers
8
U.S. government securities brokers
9
AH others2
10 Federal agency securities
1 1 Certificates of deposit
12 Bankers acceptances
13 Commercial paper . . .
FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3
14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities

. ...

FORWARD TRANSACTIONS4
17 U.S. government securities
18 Federal agency securities

80



30. U.S, government securities dealers, 1985—Continued
A. Transactions1—Continued
Par value, averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending Wednesday
Type and maturity
July 31

Aug. 7 Aug. 14 Aug. 21 Aug. 28 Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25

64,348

71,432

77,453

72,568

62,605

69,881

60,677

56,130

28,617
1,689
17,423
8,996
7,622

31,954
1,928
18,499
9,837
9,214

30,476
1,473
16,426
13,513
15,565

30,869
1,581
20,153
9,914
10,051

26,609
1,634
16,664
9,290
8,407

31,760
1,572
13,303
14,920
8,327

27,618
1,384
13,558
10,015
8,102

Type of customer
1
U.S. government securities dealers . . . . 3,354
8
U.S. government securities brokers . . . . 32,074
28,920
9
All others2
8,838
10 Federal agency securities
3,297
1 1 Certificates of deposit
3,046
12 Bankers acceptances
12,403
13 Commercial paper

2,564
36,116
32,752
8,473
3,352
3,016
12,832

3,711
38,431
35,311
11,591
3,571
3,077
12,827

2,040
36,644
33,884
14,347
3,380
3,298
13,980

2,897
28,537
31,170
10,045
2,867
2,609
12,509

3,439
31,416
35,027
9,340
3,103
3,015
13,960

3,476
5,462
337

3,019
5,634
176

4,838
6,390
334

4,649
5,523
262

2,802
5,317
502

1,735
2,723

1,366
3,371

1,720
4,183

1,289
4,425

1,232
2,850

Oct. 2

Oct. 9

73,682

65,898

59,790

26,163
1,572
13,321
8,634
6,441

29,476
1,820
21,229
12,537
8,620

31,399
2,924
12,731
10,971
7,873

27,361
2,197
10,662
11,563
8,007

3,407
30,234
27,036
13,429
3,645
2,924
13,480

2,819
27,736
25,576
13,813
3,005
2,633
13,435

2,548
37,095
34,039
11,089
4,021
3,762
14,009

3,427
30,709
31,762
9,822
3,031
2,651
13,977

2,134
28,898
28,758
12,654
3,378
3,156
13,204

6,135
5,460
305

6,374
7,491
277

5,135
5,467
266

6,654
8,074
208

4,254
6,075
305

4,561
5,512
867

1,134
3,132

782
4,690

823
4,583

1,632
3,143

439
2,772

555
4,661

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
1 U.S. government securities
2
3
4
5
6

Maturity
Bills
Other within 1 year
1—5 vears
5—10 years
Over 10 years

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3
14 Treasury bills
15 Treasury coupons
16 Federal agency securities . . . .

. ..

FORWARD TRANSACTIONS4
17 U.S government securities
18 Federal agency securities

Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Dec. 4 Dec. 11 Dec. 18 Dec. 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
1 U.S. government securities dealers . . . .
8
U.S. government securities brokers . . . .
9
All other2
10 Federal agency securities
1 1 Certificates of deposit
12 Bankers acceptances
13 Commercial paper

49,566

65,754

95,725

86,393

86,858 104,567 95,321

84,385

83,829

96,767

73,847

25,950
1,423
8,492
7,964
5,738

28,994
1,325
14,481
11,822
9,131

39,031
1,605
25,927
17,263
11,900

28,601
2,168
18,653
23,045
13,925

33,262
1,919
18,213
19,465
14,000

46,662
2,014
26,992
15,412
13,487

35,455
2,062
23,113
19,212
15,480

33,029
2,401
15,700
20,080
13,176

27,400
1,857
19,510
20,239
14,824

35,590
2,090
27,518
16,937
14,633

30,220
1,883
20,315
11,388
10,042

2,797
23,217
23,553
14,560
2,790
2,167
14,331

2,744
30,889
32,121
12,895
2,684
2,274
14,224

4,330
46,070
45,325
13,567
3,791
3,341
13,880

3,809
40,794
41,791
12,080
3,017
2,471
15,229

2,771
43,127
40,959
15,275
2,933
2,901
14,841

3,150
49,635
51,783
20,490
3,874
3,143
15,815

3,478
43,940
47,903
15,155
2,828
2,445
15,013

2,893
38,886
42,606
10,399
2,931
2,837
15,865

2,276
41,197
40,356
16,031
3,832
3,158
15,104

3,032
47,536
46,199
22,244
5,045
3,270
17,787

2,588
33,193
38,066
15,064
3,203
2,314
15,248

3,717
3,939
486

4,585
5,892
530

5,793
7,902
724

4,260
7,214
853

4,136
7,894
850

6,550
7,858
169

4,853
7,434
146

5,041
7,791
87

6,526
8,535
557

5,442
7,660
221

4,189
4,984
180

512
6,185,

1,200
4,427

648
4,736

829
4,813

726
7,331

2,610
7,113

2,548
4,353

1,255
3,848

620
8,004

2,063
7,830

1,579
5,297

FUTURES TRANSACTIONS3
14 Treasury bills
15 Treusury coupons
16 Federal agency securities
FORWARD TRANSACTIONS4
17 U.S. government securities
18 Federal agency securities




81

30. U.S. government securities dealers, 1985—Continued
B. Positions1
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Type and maturity

Jan.

| Feb.

| Mar.

[

Apr.

| May

| June |

July

Aug. | Sept. |

Oct. | Nov.

| Dec.

2

NET IMMEDIATE

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

13,970

13,534

11,106

8,284

5,100

1,614

134

11,614
-110
5,680
-4026

12,456
851
3,078
-2 900

50

14,133
1,316
442
-2546
-2238

11,621
1,203
2,227
-4,461
-2,307

7,9%
1,083
3,784
-5 688
-2,076

4,638
844
5,698
-7 173
-2,393

2,973
1,293
6,511
-7,230
-3,412

19,614
9,486
4,728
5,230

19342
8,007
3,563
4646

18,046
8,652
3,949
4,959

19,818
9,368
4,476
5,469

22,746
9,496
4,544
5,232

23,461
9,038
4,607
4,786

-13,133 -2,556
1 335
3 135

1,214
5573

-2,890
6,321

-5,934
6,584

-4,925
4,251

-4,794
4,444

-6,699 -6,222 -13,573 -15,885 - 12,469
5 164
2584
5,130
5,789
3 269

-472

-1,161

-530 -1,209 -2,677 -1,333 -1,050

812

19416
10,257
4,840
4880

1,277

2,094

3,710

17,493

10,374

5,327
6,416
12,166 17,498 14,060
1,376
1,059
1,056
1,520
1,112
4,442
5,733
6,164
9,242
8,850
-6 199 -6,381 -9 192 -7 632 -10999
-3,670 -4,734 -6,483 -2,727 -3057
23,111
8,234
4,213
4905

23,787
8,288
4,174
5,624

25 350
8,850
4,940
5699

26485
9,995
5,525
7,449

33 144
10,630
5,475
7957

FUTURES POSITIONS
1 1 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency
securities

-55

-9

-101

38

-99

-850

-1,745

-1,317

-818

-344

-6,977

-8,170

-8,252

-7,871

-7,786

FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U.S. government
securities
15 Federal agency
securities

82



227 -1,086
-9,131

-700 -1,464 -1,574

-866

-395

-8,870 - 10,793 - 10,433 -9,358 -11,106 - 14,289

30. U.S. government securities dealers, 1985—Continued
B. Positions1—Continued
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending Wednesday
Type and maturity

Jan. 2

Jan. 9

Jan. 16

Jan. 23

Jan. 30

Feb. 6

Feb. 13

Feb. 20

Feb. 27

Mar. 6

Mar. 13

2

NET IMMEDIATE

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

18,709

11,803

11,633

13,130

11,757

11,278

13,846

15,742

14,773

11,546

12,907
-191
6,486
-2,135
1,642
19,143
11,506
5,428
4,689

9,601
-390
5,635
-4,517
1,474
18,270
10,124
4,626
4,496

11,211
-6
4,725
-4,793
495
18,882
9,361
4,489
4,512

12,506
100
5,468
-4,930
-15
20,898
9,706
4,825
5,436

12,201
357
4,809
-4,352
-1,257
21,007
10,154
4,819
5,677

10,534
713
3,763
-4,200
469
20,007
9,784
4,812
5,037

12,792
852
1,888
-2,547
862
18,846
9,285
4,974
5,293

13,496
1,132
2,254
-1,443
303
18,819
8,926
4,386
5,118

14,508
2,069
790
-1,678
-917
20,244
8,745
4,191
5,587

14,775
1,749
-792
-2,614
-1,572
20,413
7,904
3,758
4,529

-11,822 -12,855 -14,568 -13,901 - 12,052 -9,301
2,738
1,561
1,197
526
974
2,218
-62
-149
108
216
-172
-150

Bills
Other within 1 year
i_5 years
5-10 years . . .
Over 10 years
Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper

20,121
13,896
-253
9,751
-2,645
-627
19,166
10,858
4,974
5,591

1 U.S. government securities

-4,996
2,949
171

-1,518
3,136
-87

2,306
3,391
-255

4,365
4,498
-66

3,522
5,189
-42

-1,178
-7,899

-1,877
-8,335

-2,486
-8,191

-1,498
-8,027

-1,411
-8,760

-1,570
-8,709

May 1

May 8

FUTURES POSITIONS
11 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities
FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U S government securities
15 Federal agency securities . . . .

-2,075
-7,527

-1,162
-7,623

Mar. 20 Mar. 27

-1,098
-7,447

Apr. 3

-181
-6,282
Apr. 10

-803
-6,298
Apr. 17

Apr. 24

May 15

May 22

May 29

NET IMMEDIATE2

8,409

10,684

6,791

9,608

7,991

6,498

7,497

10,036

2,352

-452

14,429
625
2,002
-3,222
-3,253
18,455
7,883
3,249
4,586

11,808
858
2,455
-2,076
-2,362
16,692
8,487
3,996
4,334

10,341
705
712
-2,985
-1,981
17,372
8,334
3,821
4,195

13,192
1,019
1,948
- 4,412
-2,139
18,850
8,364
3,825
4,321

12,191
1,649
2,291
-5,709
-2,431
18,672
8,907
3,948
5,825

9,592
1,545
4,220
-5,863
-2,996
18,029
9,165
4,264
6,072

11,200
1,223
4,337
-5,299
-3,965
19,243
9,605
4,343
6,071

9,939
1,198
4,960
-5,370
-691
19,515
9,379
4,014
5,072

6,516
999
1,298
-4,662
-1,798
19,633
9,113
4,393
5,039

3,866
913
3,793
-7,166
-1,858
20,720
9,226
4,949
5,204

1,635
5,359
-149

-2,647
6,728
-168

-3,572
6,046
-108

-3,735
6,258
-33

-3,023
6,910
48

-3,215
6,563
78

-267
5,882
196

-2,734
7,422
150

-6,690
7,518
4

-7,158
6,410
-194

-7,912
5,284
-421

-535
-8,137

Bills
Other within 1 year
1-5 years
5-10 years
Over 10 years
Federal agency securities
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper

10,580

13,919
1,157
-1,165
-2,828
-2,675
19,391
7,491
3,047
4,066

1 U.S. government securities
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

-1,428
-7,686

-2,169
-7,898

-810
-8,485

-660
-7,958

-718
-7,464

-88
-7,542

-655
-7,528

-1,242
-7,898

-216
-7,920

813
-7,609

July 10

July 17

July 24

July 31

Aug. 7

FUTURES POSITIONS
11 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities
FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U.S government securities
15 Federal agency securities

June5 1 June 12

June 19 | June 26 July 3

2

NET IMMEDIATE

5,460

1 U.Se 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 . . .

.. .

4,332

2,309

-3,714

603

2,677

1,580

-1,3%

-2,363

-4,739

7,190
1,014
5,774
-7,217
-1,302
22,179
9,821
5,218
6,512

7,155
1,078
5,746
-7,084
-2,563
23,420
10,242
5,267
5,989

5,454
745
5,680
-7,056
-2,515
22,541
9,491
4,204
4,425

1,226
586
5,126
-7,922
-2,730
22,628
8,908
3,875
4,616

604
893
6,806
-5,751
-1,949
22,329
8,807
4,563
5,044

2,973
1,022
7,155
-6,615
-1,858
24,179
10,350
5,797
5,342

4,134
1,139
6,702
-6,896
-3,499
24,612
9,009
4,609
4,945

4,090
1,435
5,445
-7,957
-4,409
23,605
8,439
4,451
4,552

2,042
1,652
6,669
-8,150
-4,576
22,083
8,662
3,679
4,041

2,521
1,310
5,253
-8,169
-5,654
22,784
8,275
4,525
5,272

-7,451
4,832
-175

-6,009
4,646
-252

-5,672
4,732
-330

-3,411
3,692
-776

-1,886
3,045
-1,000

-4,835
3,408
-1,156

-6,771
3,998
-1,078

-4,289
5,392
-1,365

-4,751
5,520
-1,199

-5,856
5,347
-1,169

-123
-8,662

-998
-9,819

-62
-9,319

1,310
-8,903

973
-8,042

-961
-8,152

-917
-9,336

-1,322
-9,280

-2,076
-9,025

-978
-9,431

FUTURES POSITIONS
11 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities
FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U.S government securities
15 Federal agency securities




83

30. U.S. government securities dealers, 1985—Continued
B. Positions1—Continued
Averages of daily figures, in millions of dollars
Week ending Wednesday
Type and maturity
Aug. 14

Aug. 21

Aug. 28

4,478

492

3,795

8,312
1,394
6,548
= 7,555
-=4,221
23,756
8,141
4,573
4,972

5,357
1,337
1,651
= 4,685
-3,167
22,988
8,292
3,984
5,093

-6,158
5,915
-540

Sept. 4

Sept. 11

Sept. 18

Sept. 25

Oct. 2

Oct. 9

Oct. 16

NET IMMEDIATE2

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

5,739

650

997

2,714

3,002

5,280
1,356
4,277
-5,084
-2,034
22,944
8,212
3,766
4,417

6,317
1,459
5,431
-4,924
-2,544
23,063
8,315
4,313
5,168

4,483
1,007
4,985
-5,819
-4,006
24,129
8,303
3,870
5,770

5,988
1,089
4,550
= 5,825
-4,805
24,227
8,013
3,495
5,132

7,490
946
6,733
-6,794
-5,661
23,768
8,107
4,410
5,396

9,353
1,156
6,754
-8,253
-6,008
23,357
8,853
5,451
6,713

8,401
757
6,674
-9,305
-7,052
25,038
8,864
5,020
6,134

11,321
1,023
5,451
= 9,342
-7,242
26,392
8,643
4,567
5,408

-6,779
5,240
-130

-7,700
4,653
-282

-7,047
3,741
-692

-3,629
4,201
-1,238

-3,822
5,026
-1,033

-8,774
5,990
-1,409

-9,579
6,508
= 1,203

-9,412
6,696
-2,805

-11,520
6,633
-2,600

-298
-11,294

-1,221
-11,843

-453
-10,638

-706
-10,599

=1,199
=11,156

-1,620
-11,143

=1,480
=9,929

-1,840
=9,065

-1,315
-10,102

-2,037
-10,347

Oct. 23

1 U.S. government securities . . .

Oct. 30

Nov. 6

Nov. 13

Nov. 20

Nov. 27

Dec. 4

Dec. 18

Dec. 25

15,929

17,818

20,648

14,744

-524

1,212

FUTURES POSITIONS
11 Treasury bills . . .
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities . . . .
FORWARD POSITIONS
14 U.S. government securities
15 Federal agency securities .

NET IMMEDIATE

1 U.S. government securities

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Dec. 11

2

Bills
Other within 1 year
l-=5 years . . . .
5=10 years
Over 10 years .
Federal agency securities . . . .
Certificates of deposit
Bankers acceptances
Commercial paper

6,811

14,664

14,072
1 ,096
7,256
-9,737
-5,875
25,001
9,249
4,839
5,406

14,995

15,456

588

913

10,634
-7,788
-3,765
26,047
9,492
5,338
7,776

11,382
-8,749
-3,072
25,548
9,873
5,910
7,295

18,824
1,442
7,405
-7,699
-2,154
26,016
9,710
5,395
7,548

19,922
1,368
8,650
-6,748
-2,543
27,889
10,506
5,395
7,044

14,819
1,434
7,881
= 6,937
= 2,452
28,270
10,829
6,177
8,147

- 16,240
5,558
-2,713

-18,031
4,546
-3,193

= 16,407
3,243
-3,335

- 17,445
2,968
-1,221

-15,829
1,600
-591

- 14,479
2,768
-622

= 1,508
-8,598

-1,438
-8,650

-1,524
-9,830

-896
-11,719

-1,330
-11,363

57
-11,166

4,349
14,479
1,390
3,938
-9,192
-6,265
25,531
8,635
4,919
4,963

"

9,195

12,177

11,493

12,052
1,540
7,198
-8,793
= 2,802
30,050
10,401
5,310
7,438

16,973
1,396
8,284
= 11,491
-2,985
34,432
11,024
5,650
8,404

16,147
1,809
10,581
13,218
-3,826
36,058
10,593
5,370
8,063

- 12,874
2,884
-739

= 11,480
2,937
-699

- 12,335
3,625
= 1,173

-13,297
3,620
-1,353

-843
= 11,754

-702
-13,698

124

960

-15,187

-14,510

FUTURES POSITIONS

11 Treasury bills
12 Treasury coupons
13 Federal agency securities . . . .
FORWARD POSITIONS

14 U.S. government securities . . .
15 Federal agency securities . . . .

84



30. U.S. government securities dealers, 1985—Continued
C. Financing1
Millions of dollars
Source

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

68,930
74,930

69,377
78,394

72,392
80,007

77,247
88,981

76,817
96,966

79,435
99,204

REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS2
1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term

57,000 59,989 60,818 62,325 64,824 66,347
72,387 71,570 75,298 77,440 74,562 75,308

REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3
3 Overnight and continuing . . ,
4 Term

93,727 96,535 96,019 94,055 97,989 96,450 100,429 103,403 107,884
63,188 62,327 62,890 65,621 67,542 66,486 151,085 67,346 67,645

Jan. 2

Jan. 9 Jan. 16 Jan. 23 Jan. 30

93,334 116,992 120,458
74,425 88,119 90,233

Feb. 6 Feb. 13 Feb. 20 Feb. 27 Mar. 6 Mar. 13

REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS2
54,817 55,943 59,869 56,906 55,697
63,715 77,251 75,256 71,552 69,193

59,293
71,218

58,024
73,032

62,073
70,585

59,690 63,672
71,618 70,344

61,988
74,138

91,548 95,464 94,117 92,835 93,269
53,698 69,530 63,509 60,790 62,840

1 Overnight and continuing . .
2 Term

94,194
62,587

93,827
64,499

96,337 100,117 102,523
61,539 60,975 61,142

99,639
61,379

REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term

Mar. 20 Mar. 27 Apr. 3 Apr. 10 Apr. 17 Apr. 24 May 1

May 8 May 15 May 22 May 29

Ri,VERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS2
58,873 59,096 61,351 61,341 62,917
76,213 78,752 77,184 76,353 76,958

59,814
78,588

66,685
78,158

59,143
76,167

65,564
73,944

66,964
75,172

66,126
72,491

91,341 91,832 96,123 93,090 92,528
63,137 65,514 62,991 63,129 63,501

1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term

93,057
69,561

96,865
68,432

94,731 101,773
68,813 68,783

98,306
66,977

97,482
65,962

REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term

June 5 June 12 June 19 June 26

July 3

July 10 July 17 July 24 July 31 Aug. 7

67,633 68,551 67,572 65,057
73,949 71,940 75,144 78,893

59,070
77,210

67,715
71,374

97,714 99,708 98,638 98,069
66,185 63,166 64,648 65,772

76,889
81,614

99,547 107,275 103,286 105,731 96,920
60,232 61,689 463,826 60,274 68,577

REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS2
1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term

72,453 68,266 73,201
72,671 76,861 77,445

67,514
79,663

REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term

Aug. 14 Aug. 21 Aug. 28 Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2

Oct. 9

Oct. 16

REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS2
71,755 71,916 66,067 70,024
76,708 78,163 80,744 74,143

1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term

74,397
79,871

70,935 71,849
80,423 82,305

74,755
81,571

80,414 76,417
86,109 86,872

REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3
104,777 105,841 105,336 105,249 109,149 107,615 107,943 108,763 113,292
65,709 67,851 67,878 65,766 66,890 64,815 71,234 69,521 72,157

3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term

11,824
68,719

Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Dec. 4 Dec. 11 Dec. 18 Dec. 25
2

REVERSE REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS
1 Overnight and continuing
2 Term

76,930 75,713 79,794 80,765 74,295 69,065 86,679 82,127 82,837 68,950
406
89,648 94,822 96,171 97,968 9 , 0 100,601 94,362 92,657 94,696 107,036

REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS3
3 Overnight and continuing
4 Term




122,220 113,650 124,225 121,264 124,373 93,413 132,340 128,322 130,714 99,691
74,254 83,299 80,589 85,475 79,170 108,969 80,043 76,087 79,572 112,707

85

31. Debt of federal and federally sponsored credit agencies, 1985
Millions of dollars, end of period
Agency

Jan.

Feb.

| Mar. | Apr.

May

June | July | Aug. ( f t *

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Federal and federally
sponsored agencies . , . 271,334 271,849 276,067 275,%1 279,440 284,889 286,159 289,657 288,657 292,584 293,930 293,905
2 Federal agencies
3 Defense Department1 . . . .
4 Export-Import Bank2-3 . .
5 Federal Housing 4
Administration . . . .
6 Government National
Mortgage Association
participation
certificates5
7 Postal Service6
8 Tennessee Valley
Authority
9 United States Railway
Association6
10 Federally sponsored
agencies7
1 1 Federal Home Loan
Banks
..
...
12 Federal Home Loan
Mortgage
Corporation . . . . . . .
13 Federal National Mortgage
Association
14 Farm Credit Banks
15 Student Loan Marketing
Association8
MEMO
16 Federal Financing Bank
debt9

17
18
19
20
21

Lending to federal and
federally sponsored
agencies
Export-Import6 Bank3
Postal Service
Student Loan Marketing
Association8
Tennessee Valley Authority ,
United States Railway
Association6

Other lending™
22 Farmers Home
Administration
23 Rural Electrification
Administration
24 Other

86




35,235
133
15,882

35,360
122
15,881

35,140
116
15,709

35,182
107
15,707

34,915
102
15,706

35,644
97
15,744

35,354
93
15,746

35,338
89
15,744

35,903
82
15,419

35,990
79
15,417

36,121
75
15,417

36,390
71
15,678

132

129

127

123

122

119

118

116

117

116

115

115

2,165
1,337

2,165
1,337

2,165
1,337

2,165
1,337

2,165
970

2,165
970

2,165
970

2,165
970

2,165
1,940

2,165
1,940

2,165
1,940

2,165
1,940

15,535

15,675

15,635

15,776

15,776

16,475

16,188

16,180

16,106

16,199

16,335

16,347

51

51

51

74

74

74

74

74

74

74

74

74

236,099 236,489 240,927 240,779 244,525 249,225 250,805 253,939 252,754 256,594 257,809 257,515
64,705

64,706

65,700

65,257

67,765

69,898

70,244

71,949

72,384

73,260

73,840

74,447

10,195

11,237

11,882

12,004

12,167

12,723

13,197

13,393

12,720

13,239

11,016

11,926

84,612
70,642

84,701
70,012

86,297
70,383

86,913
69,882

88,170
69,321

89,518
70,039

90,208
70,069

91,318
70,092

91,693
68,287

92,578
69,274

94,576
69,933

93,896
68,851

5,945

5,833

6,665

6,723

7,111

7,047

7,087

7,187

7,670

8,243

8,444

8,395

146,034 146,611 147,507 148,723 149,597 151,971 152,%2 152,941 153,513 153,565 154,226 153,373

15,852
1,087

15,852
1,087

15,690
1,087

15,690
1,087

15,690
720

15,729
720

15,729
720

15,729
720

15,409
1,690

15,409
1,690

15,409
1,690

15,670
1,690

5,000
13,810

5,000
13,950

5,000
13,910

5,000
14,051

5,000
14,154

5,000
14,750

5,000
14,463

5,000
14,455

5,000
14,381

5,000
14,474

5,000
14,610

5,000
14,622

51

51

51

74

74

74

74

74

74

74

74

74

59,066

59,041

59,756

60,641

61 461

62606

63,546

63,779

64,169

63,969

64 189

64 234

20,653
30,515

20,804
30,826

20,730
31,283

20,894
31,286

21 003
31,495

21 183
31,909

21 364
31,721

21,463
31,721

21 676
31,114

21 792
31,157

21 826
31,428

20 654
31,429

32. New security issues of state and local governments, 1985
Millions of dollars
Type of issue or issuer, or use

Year | Jan. | Feb. [ Mar. | Apr. [ May [ June \ July | Aug. | Sept. | Oct. | Nov. | Dec.

1 All issues, new and
refunding1

214,189 6,607

8,510

Type of issue
2 General obligation
3 U.S. government loans2 .
4 Revenue
5 U.S. government loans2 .

52,622 1,887
14
7
161,567 4,720
27
3

3,527 2,998
0
5
4,983 6,875
0
0

Type of Issuer
6 State
7 Special district and statutory
authority
8 Municipalities, counties,
townships,
school districts

9,873

12,095 14,097 11,801 12,268 15,239 13,345 20,780 32,144
3,265
0
8,830
2

4,535
1
9,562
0

2,739
0
9,062
1

5,257 3,160
0
0
7,011 12,079
6
2

1,298

350

786

800

1,501

3,953 5,852 6,695 8,754
0
0
0
0
9,392 14,928 25,449 48,676
0
6
7
0

369

1,559

252

958

134,363 4,045

4,493

5,754

7,279

8,126 7,625

6,893

9,484

7,580

66,822 2,193

2,458

3,867

3,858

4,673

3,826

4,589

4,955

4,264

9 Issues for new capital, total. 156,050 5,206

5,890

8,253

9,075

9,279

7,966

7,660 10,709

10
11
12
13
14
15

Use of proceeds
Education
Transportation
Utilities and conservation . . .
Social welfare
Industrial aid
Other purposes




13,004

16,658
757
12,070
347
26,852 1,359
63,181 1,670
12,892
389
24,398
684

950 1,018 1,121
472
173
319
1,008 1,491 2,347
1,848 3,155 3,105
353
584
293
1,259 1,832
1,890

962
797 1,194
1,169
631
276
651
252
1,478 1,844 720 1,987
3,454 2,956 3,155 4,283
782
560
553 1,524
1,765 1,368 1,784 1,469

57,430

1,337

1,648 2,146

12,374 21,563 39,147
7,069

8,933

16,137

9,878 13,984 21,362 46,788
1,317
471
1,358
3,989
735
2,009

1,518
1,264
2,924
4,305
1,507
2,466

1,954 3,901
3,734 3,480
3,266 7,070
8,672 22,589
2,029 3,583
1,707 6,165

87

33, New security issues of corporations
Millions of dollars
Year | Jan. | Feb. | Mar. | Apr.

May

Type of issue or issuer, or use
1 AH issues'

.

Nov.

Dec.

7,717

8,563 11,703 10,491 11,484

8,088

6,329

6,037 6,600 6,933 8,132

6,946

4,577 3,911

5,292

6,038

7,012

2,167

2,405

2,643 2,897

3,091 4,104

3,307

47,444
21,126

4,577
n.a.

3,911
n.a.

5,292
n.a.

6,038
n.a.

7012
n.a.

2,167
n.a.

2,405
n.a.

2,643 2,897 3091 4,104
n.a. n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

3 307
n,a.

Industry group
16,851
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous . . . 7,540
3,833
Transportation . .
.
9,125
Public utility
Communication .
3,642
27,577
Real estate and financial

849
512
31
313
0
2,873

655
330
250
763
0
1,913

853
511
0
1,050
650
2,228

1,397
1,164
175
795
725
1,781

2,071
1,070
135
1,150
488
2,097

700
232
84
363
250
537

60
208
147
322
896
772

184
262
22
366
114
458
336
22
0
0
111
0
355
590
510
910
0
100
50
0
1,647 1,608 2,051 3,038

423
229
106
120
0
2,410

51,579

3,140

4,652

6,411

4,453

4,472

5,921

3,924

3,394 3,703 3,842 4,028

3639

7,213
44,366

594
2,546

1,962
2,690

893
5,518

440
4,013

492
3,980

665
5,256

290
3S634

247
644
300
433
3,147 3,059 3,542 3,595

253
3 ,386

1 545 2449
922 1,358
221
109
264
550
8
138
1,512 1,317

1,015
1,415
337
72
20
1,065

1,309
962
743
997
145
165
263
200
236
0
698 1,379

744
458
868 1,598
305
192
622
588
36
13
1,301 1,145

649
852
413
245
12
1 468

7,758 12,478 11,954

6,948

3

Type of offering
Public

4

Private placement

11 Stocks .
12
13

Oct.

68,570

2 Bonds

5
6
7
8
9
10

July | Aug. 1 Sept.

1983
120,149

.

June

Type
Preferred
Common

Industry group
14,135
14 Manufacturing .
15 Commercial and miscellaneous . . . 13,112
2,729
16 Transportation
5,001
17 Public utility
1 8 Communication
1 822
19 Real estate and financial
. , . . 14,780

888 1 038 1,654 1,424
994
646 1,225 1,494
355
283
91
113
350
534
674
639
187
2 1 133
37
366 2 149 1,634
746

1984
1 All issues1

132,531

7,741

7,707

5,465

6,075

4,073

7,401

7,689 10,917

2 Bonds .
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

109,903

5,698

5 328

3 370

4,290

2264

5,180

6,357

8,863 6,225 10531 9,547

5 926

Type of offering
Public
Private placement

73,579
36,326

5,698
na

5,328
na

3,370
na

4,290
n.a

2,264
n a.

5,180
n.a

6,357
n.a.

8,863 6,225 10,531
na
n.a.
na

9,547
na

5,926
n a.

Industry group
Manufacturing . .
Commercial and miscellaneous . . .
Transportation , .
.
...
Public utility
Communication
Real estate and financial

24,607
13,726
4,694
10,679
2,997
53,199

179
452
1,007
650
10
75
325
385
210
0
3,967 3,766

68
265
180
521
200
2,135

691
1,098
69
495
0
1,937

383 1,440
221
536
225
0
100
475
0
0
1,560 2,504

950 2,4&4 1,614 2,989 1,447
875
776
576
988 1,198
40
183
200
161
19
650
765
758 1,150
555
31
0
0
240 1,557
3,811 4,654 3,076 5,003 4,771

1,741
555
110
575
169
2,776

22,628

2,043

2,379

2,096

1,785

1,809

2,221

1,332

2,054

1,533

1,947

2,407

1,022

4,118
18,510

305
1,738

425
1,954

227
1,869

339
1,446

579
1,230

244
1,977

209
1,123

334
1,720

155
1,378

555
1,392

655
1,752

91
931

4,054
6,277
589
1,624
419
9,665

427
465
54
225
30
842

299
616
15
45
20
1,384

387
486
105
134
18
966

165
732
62
188
94
544

442
718
84
116
16
433

584
316
1
282
11
1,027

204
382
28
136
0
582

258
558
0
44
123
1,071

212
378
87
92
9
755

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

....

88



.

....

33. New security issues of corporations—Continued
Millions of dollars
Year | Jan.

Feb. [ Mar. | Apr. | May | June | July

Type of issue or issuer, or use
1 All issues1

201,501

7,419

6,817 14,030 11,947 13,045 19,247 12,042 14,861 11,304 11,595 13,568 19,429

165,986

5,864

4,101 11,666

9,007

9,887 15,507

8,835 11,465

8,833 9,271 10,913 14,440

119,789
46,195

5 864
n.a.

4,101 11,666
n.a.
n.a.

9,007
n.a.

9,887 15 507
n.a.
n.a.

8,835 11,465
n.a.
n.a.

8,833 9 271 10 913 14440
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

52,278
15,215
5,743
12,957
10,456
69,337

1,326
144
297
309
375
3,413

1,476
469
30
80
353
1,693

5,660
974
130
500
300
4,102

922
1,317
334
860
0
5,575

1,500
639
357
1,136
150
6,105

8,044
865
512
585
125
5,376

2,688
1,642
76
434
110
3,885

2,352 2,079 1,953 4,072
921
186
898
933
459
177
348
125
857 1,042
863 1,114
1,295
367
690
100
5,581 4,982 4,519 4,569

2,704
735
187
1,090
2 318
7,407

. . 35,515

1,555

2,716

2,364

2,940

3,158

3,740

3,207

3,396 2,471 2,324 2,655

4,989

2 Bonds
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Aug. | Sept. | Oct. | Nov. | Dec.

1985

Type of offering
Public
Private placement
Industry group
Manufacturing
Commercial and miscellaneous . . .
Transportation
Public utility
Communication
Real estate and financial

11 Stocks
12
13

Type
Preferred
Common

6,505
29,010

170
1,385

218
2,498

311
2,053

312
2,628

634
2,524

726
3,014

631
2,576

754
2,642

653
1,818

406
1,918

782
1,873

908
4,081

14
15
16
17
18
19

Industry group
Manufacturing
5,700
Commercial and miscellaneous . . . 9,149
1 544
Transportation
1,966
Public utility
Communication
978
16,178
Real estate and financial

172
234
0
225
271
653

229
760
153
283
101
1,190

224
472
32
197
15
1,424

283
1,019
522
157
5
954

504
624
33
185
119
1,693

558
1,453
236
91
151
1,251

605
568
0
87
99
1,848

235
1,293
127
73
18
1,650

820
507
107
47
7
983

279
403
113
408
41
1,080

746
596
21
12
5
1,275

1,045
1,220
200
201
146
2,177

34. Open-end investment companies1
Millions of dollars

1984
Item

Year
2

1 Salesof own shares . . 107,480
2 Redemptions of own
shares3
77,032
30,448
3 Net sales
4 Assets4

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May | June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

10,249

8,260

8,846

9,549

8,657

8,343

7,487

8,958

8,156

9,511

9,458

10,006

5,530
4,719

5,395
2 865

5,992
2,854

7,451
2,098

5,993
2,664

6,156
2,187

5,771
1,716

6,499
2,459

6,187
1,969

6,767
2,744

6,343
3 115

8,948
1,058

137,126 114,839 111,119 114,537 116,812 111,071 115,034 115,481 128,209 129,626 131,539 132,709 137,126
5

12,181 8,963 9,192 10,406 10,941 10,847 11,907 11,620 12,698 13,229 11,417 11,518 12,181
124,945 105,876 101,927 104,131 105,871 100,224 103,127 103,861 115,511 116,397 120,122 121 191 124 945

5 Cash position
6 Other

1985
2

1 Salesof own shares . . 222,673
2 Redemptions of own
shares3
. . . . 132,440
3 Net sales
90 233

19,151

14,779

14,582

18,049

16,408

18,191

20,284

18,049

16,936

9,183
9,968

8,010
6769

9,412
5,170

13,500
4,549

10,069
6,339

9,836
8,355

11,502
8,782

10,837
7,212

9,963
6,973

22,099

20,585

23,560

10,653 11,138
1 1 ,446 9,447

18,337
5 223

4 Assets4

251,695 151,149 154,275 157,065 164,087 178,275 186,284 195,707 201,608 203,210 218,720 237,410 251,536

5 Cash position5
6 Other .

20,607 12,936 14,140 13,082 15,444 15,017 15,565 16,943 17,959 18,700 21,987 21,894 20,590
231,088 138,213 140,135 143,983 148,643 163,258 170,719 178,764 183,649 184,510 196,733 215,516 230,946




89

35. Corporate profits and their distribution
Billions of dollars; data are at seasonally adjusted annual rates

1983
It-am

1984

1983

1 Corporate profits with inventory valuation
and capital consumption adjustments
2 Profits before tax
3 Profits t a x liability
. . .
4 Profits after tax
5
Dividends
6
Undistributed profits , . . ,
7 Inventory valuation adjustment
8 Capital consumption adjustment

1985

Ql

273.3
237.6
93.6
144.0
78.1
65.9
-5.4
41.0

213.8
205.0
75.2
129.8
70.8
59.0
-10.0
18.8

295.5
225.3
85.0
140.2
83.5
56.7

-.6

70.9

Q2

Q3

Q4

173.4
167.1
58.9
108.2
69.3
38.9
-3.4
97

205.9
199.8
73.8
126.0
69.6
56.4
-9.3
15 5

228.4
225,4
84.1
141.3
71.1
70.3
-18.1
21 0

247,6
227.6

1984

840

143.6
73 J

706

-8.9
28 9

1985

Ql

Q3

04

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

268.0
247 .4
99.1
148 3

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
227.8
247.4
100.6
146 7
77.5
69.2

271.2
227.7
87.4
140.3
78.9
61.3
-1.3
44.8

276.2
228.0
87.4
140.6
80.7
60.0
-1.6
49.8

281.7
2200
83.4
136 6

54.6

288.1
218 7
82,3
1364
83 1
53.3

309.1
228 6
87.4
141 1
83 9
57.3
47

61 1

67.2

303.1
233 8
87 1
146 7
85 0
61.7
~ 10 1

753

. . .
....

73 J
-13.0
33.5

-56
36.0

820

7

22

759

794

36. Current assets and liabilities of nonfinancial corporations1
Billions of dollars, except for ratio

1981

1980

Account
1 Current assets

Ql

Q3

Q2

Q4

Ql

1982

Q3

Q2

04

Ql

Q3

Q2

1,255.8 1,262.8 1,294.2 1,328.3 1,368.8 1,382.7 1,404.2 1,419.6 1,421.6 1,423.8 1,452.2

Q4
1,437.1

2 Cash
3 U.S. government securities . , .
4 Notes and accounts
receivable
,
5 Inventories ,
6 Other

113 2
16.3

115 2
15.2

118,2
17,9

127.0
18.7

127.2
18.1

127,5
19.2

127.5
17.5

135.6
17.7

125.6
16.8

128.0
16.9

130.6
19.4

147.8
23.0

475.5
5260
124.9

472.4
535 5
124.5

491.2
538.5
128.4

507.5
543.0
132.1

525.1
559.2
139.1

530.4
563.8
141.6

539.0
575.1
145.1

532.5
584.0
149.7

537.2
591,5
150.5

535.9
5890
154.0

540.1
5998
162,2

517.4
579 0
169.8

7 Current liabilities

837.8

831.0

860.0

890.6

921.1

927.9

961.5

971.3

985.6

990.7 1,013.9

986.0

8 Notes and accounts payable . . .
9 Other

474.4
363.5

472.1
358.9

490.2
369.8

514.4
376.2

515.2
406.0

517,3
410.7

537.2
424.3

547.1
424.1

543.3
442.3

547.7
443.0

558.2
455.7

550.7
435.3

418.0

431.9

434.3

437.8

447.7

454.7

442.6

448.3

436.0

433.1

438.3

451.1

1 499

1 520

1 505

1 492

1 486

1 490

1 460

1 462

1 442

1 437

1 432

1 458

10 Net working capital
2

1 1 Current ratio

1984

1983

Ql
1 Current assets

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

1985

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

1,451.8 1,477.8 1,537.3 1,575.9 1,619.5 1,650.0 1,685.9 1,703.0 1,718.4 1,729.8 1,756.7

Q4
1,778.5

2 Cash
3 U.S. government securities . . .
4 Notes and accounts
receivable
5 Inventories
6 Other

144 9
26.4

1506
28.6

155 0
27.5

171.8
31.0

167.6
35.4

164.9
37.2

161.3
33.0

173.6
36,2

1667
35,0

1680
34.8

1746
31.9

188 0
32.3

525 7
578.2
176.6

5400
578.2
180.4

567 5
600.8
186.6

583 0
603.4
186.7

606.4
622.2
187.9

622.6
632.5
192.9

639.1
659.3
193.2

633.1
656.9
203.2

649 5
666.1
201.0

652.4
666.6
208.0

658 6
674.7
217.0

671 2
663.9
223.2

7 Current liabilities

993.9 1,001.4 1,040.2 1,059.6 1,093.1 1,126.3 1,155.0 1,163.6 1,173.2 1,179.4 1,209.1

1,232.7

8 Notes and accounts payable . . .
9 Other

538.8
455 1

545.6
455 7

571.0
469 2

595.7
463 9

601.9
491 2

623.4
502.9

642.2
512.9

647.8
515.8

636.4
536 8

649.8
529 7

668.1
541 0

683.1
549 7

457.9

476.5

497.1

516.3

526.5

523.7

530.8

539.5

545.2

550.3

547.6

545.7

1.461

1.476

1.478

1.487

1.482

1.465

1.460

1.464

1.465

1.467

1.453

1.443

10 Net working capital
2

1 1 Current ratio

90



37. Total nonfarm business expenditures on new plant and equipment, 1985
Billions of dollars; quarterly data are at seasonally adjusted annual rates
Year

Q4

386.41

371.16

387.83

388.90

397.74

69.87
75.78

73.96
80.36

72.85
81.19

75 87
82.70

15.66

16.51

15.94

15.40

7.06
4.78
6.13

6.02
4.20

8.13
5.20
5.77

661

601

7.48
3.66
6.37

36.12
12.62
150.67

Nonmanufacturing
4 Mining
Transportation
5 Railroad . . . .
6 Air . . .
7 Other
Public utilities
8
Electric ,
9 Gas and other
10 Commercial and other1

Q3

15.88

.

Manufacturing
2 Durable goods industries
3 Nondurable goods industries

Q2

36.65
11.81
145.71

36.04
12.43
151.02

35.34
12.80
151.69

36.45
13 44
154 81

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

99,133
142 136
27,216
268,485
36601
4,854
227 030
35,880

105,971
144 618
28,432
279,021
38,628
4,763
235,630
39,525

116,422
141 092
29,015
286,529
40J990
4,926
240,613
46,323

120 842
152 761
30402
304,005
40 851
5,036
258 118
46782

262,910

1 Total nonfarm business

Ql

73.14
80.01

Industry

275,155

286,936

304,900

19,833
79078

18,516
82 610

18,150
93 579

21 042
96923

16,824
78 343
35,378
33 455

16,607
85,683
36,997
34,742

16,577
86,360
36,584
35,685

17,182
93 046
39,569
37 137

262910

275,155

286,936

304 900

6.06
6 39

38. Domestic finance companies—Assets and liabilities, 1985
Millions of dollars, end of period
Account
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 . . . .
.
1 1 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




91

39. Business credit of domestic finance companies, 1985
A. Accounts receivable
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 other
Leasing
Automotive
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 other
....
Leasing
Automotive
Equipment
....
. .
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored commercial accounts receivable
All other business credit

Jan.

Feb.

11,294 11,213

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept,

11,502

11,751

12,214

12,464

12,895

13,176

13,733 14,341

20,332 20,293 20,196

Oct.

Nov.

Dee.

14,437

14,339

20,251 20,431 20,520 20,405

20,198 20,297 20,122

20,555

19,001 20,186 20,580 20,899 20,846 20,903 19,577 18,100
4,677 4,778 4,972 4,808 4,887 4,709 4,583 4,467
6,408 6,597 6,750 6,841 6,705 6,798 6,790 6,711

14,806 18,923 21,277
4,499 4,450 4,435
6,869 7,139 7,395

23,333
4,235
7,322

14,174 14,592 14,941 15,228 15,474
36,824 36,877 37,269 37,477 37,706

15,591 15,847 15,037
37,940 38,252 38,720

15,254
40,116

15,927 15,462
11,235 11,346

15,652
11,549

15,685
11,922

20,312

12,989 13,436 13,792
36,459 36,399 36,897

15,248 15,578 16,069 16,005 15,719
10,563 10,969 11,281 11,081 11,178

15,733 15,591 15,744
11,368 11,281 11,324

-25

43

298

119

354

146

366

389

-218

»25

84

-102

4

71

-38

-37

1,096
157
147

709
-15
106

476
105
86

417
-213
-59

-462
34
= 249

422
-160
126

-997
83
-30

623
928

305
39

271
332

538
207

363
141

295
= 174

251
584

461
231

625
1

-64
394

207
224

-44
-118

243
264

-268
50

207
154

586

199

-76

-46

-185

527

3,716
32
45

1,358
63
267

^2,27?
-265
156

409
271

417
381

-832
574

» 109
-15

-354
2

677
= 446

-662
643

526
211

-348
= 18

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

660

-329

759 -4,746
-80
6
118
59

B. Extensions and repayments
Millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted
Account

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Repayments
Retail financing of installment sales
Automotive (commercial vehicles) . .
Business, industrial, and farm
equipment . . .
Wholesale financing
1 2 Automotive
13 Equipment
14 All other
Leasing
15 Automotive
16 Equipment
. ..
17 Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable , . .
18 All other business credit
10
11

92

Jan.

Extensions
Retail financing of installment sales
720
Automotive (commercial vehicles) . .
Business, industrial and farm
1,254
equipment
Wholesale financing
10,165
Automotive
711
Equipment
. ..
All other
1,824
Leasing
1,121
Automotive
1,767
Equipment
.,.
Loans on commercial accounts
receivable and factored
commercial accounts receivable . . . 9,475
All other business credit
973




745

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

Nov.

Dee.

797

1,060

889

1,135

948

1,170

1,212

1,488

1,441

1,081

820

1,272

1,427

1,063

1,238

1,347

1,240

1,105

1,180

1,222

1,202

1,365

9,394 10,201
485
540
1,652
1,690

9,090
479
1,627

9,493
588
1,569

9,053
439
1,517

8,497 10,471
638
882
1,576
1,695

7,853 12,252
508
494
1,751 1,815

10,747
591
1,861

31,813
536
1,799

966
916

872
1,222

1,093
1,313

1,034
992

829
1,345

1,090
1,223

1,117
1,048

1,119
1,215

972
1,178

700
1,754

719
1,696

9,650
1,274

9,567
1,047

9,448
1,096

9,396
1,265

8,917
1,060

9,201
1,156

9,994
1,418

9,654
1,343

9,749
1,976

10,182
1,223

9,502
1,427

754

762

770

781

802

804

823

828

855

882

896

1,472

1,297

1,343

1,165

1,234

1,276

1,278

1,142

1,509

1,268

1,387

838

9,069
554
1,677

8,685
500
1,584

9,725
435
1,566

8,673
692
1,686

9,955
554
1,818

8,631
599
1,391

9,494
555
1,606

9,712
962
1,636

12,599
502
1,633

8,536
462
1,770

9,389
528
1,594

9,536
801
1,643

498
839

661
877

601
890

555
1,106

671
851

534
1,519

839
639

656
817

710
944

555
797

1,532
1,180

828
1,711

8,850
972

9,714
880

9,360
823

9,492
1,214

9,153
1,001

9,185
1,010

8,977 10,411
1,789 1,333

9,656
1,012

9,850
1,445

8,994 10,348
1,002
1,416

40. Mortgage markets, 1985
Millions of dollars, except as noted
Item

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June 1 July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Terms and yields in primary and secondary markets
PRIMARY MARKETS
Conventional mortgages on new homes
Terms1
Purchase price (thousands of dollars) . .
Amount of loan (thousands of dollars) .
Loan— price tatio (percent)
Maturity (years)
Fees and charges (percent of loan
amount)2 .
6 Contract rate (percent per annum) . . . .

94.8
71.4
77.9
27.7

101i8
76,5
77.6
28,1

91.3
69.9
79.8
27.2

101.4
76.9
78.9
27.4

106.4
78.4
76.1
26.8

102.4
79.7
79.9
27.7

119.2
89.4
77.5
27.5

104.4
74.4
74.6
24.5

104.6
76.7
76.0
26.7

104.1
77.1
76.0
26.7

107.5
78.5
75.5
26.4

111.5
80.3
75.0
26.7

2.65
11.77

2.58
11.74

2.65
11.42

2.65
11.55

2.49
11.55

2.40
11.31

2.24
10.94

2.46
10.78

2.62
10.69

2.49
10.64

2.57
10.55

2.59
10.47

Yield (percent per annum)
1 FHLBB series3
8 HUD series4

12.27
12.88

12.21
13.06

11.92
13.26

12.05
13.01

12.01
12.49

11.75
12.06

11.34
12.09

11.24
12.06

11.17
12.02

11.09
11.86

11.01
11.56

10.94
11.03

13.01
12.26

13.27
12.23

13.43
12.68

12.97
12.31

12,28
11.93

11.89
11.54

12.12
11.48

11.99
11.24

12.04
11.29

11.87
11.16

11.28
10.81

10.70
10.39

89,353 90,369 91,975 92,765 93,610 94,777 95,634 96,324 96,769 97,228 97,807
34,602 34,553 34,585 34,516 34,428 34,307 34,276 34,177 34,084 33,885 33,828
54,751 55,816 57,391 58,250 59,182 60,470 61,359 62,147 62,685 63,343 63,979

98,282
33,684
64,598

1
2
3
4
5

SECONDARY MARKETS
Yield (percent per annum)
9 FHA mortgages (HUD series)5
10 GNMA securities6 . .

Activity in secondary markets
FEDERAL NATIONAL
MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period)
1 1 Total
12 FHA/VA
13 Conventional
Mortgage transactions (during period)
14 Purchases ,
15 Sales

1,943
0

1,559
0

2,256
100

1,515
0

1,703
0

1,904
0

1,918
251

1,921
230

1,739
101

1,767
200

1,624
100

1,663
319

Mortgage commitments1
16 Contracted (during period)
17 Outstanding (end of period)

1,230
5,678

1,895
5,665

1,636
5,019

1,921
5,361

2,074
5,589

1,593
5,062

1,583
4,517

1,797
4,245

1,638
3,974

1,733
3,840

1,199
3,330

1,858
3,402

10,362 11,118 11,549 11,615 11,879 12,576 12,844 13,521 13,088 13,025 13,194
835
843
816
838
842
850
854
876
823
829
859
9,485 10,259 10,694 10,765 11,036 11,738 12,002 12,686 12,259 12,202 12,378

14,022
825
13,197

FEDISRAL HOME LOAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION
Mortgage holdings (end of period)*
18 Total
19 FHA/VA
20 Conventional
Mortgage transactions (during period)
21 Purchases . . . .
22 Sales
Mortgage commitments9
23 Contracted (during period)
24 Outstanding (end of period)




3447
2,428

3,232
2,751

2,201
1,973

3,591
3,189

4,106
3,292

4,626
4,200

3,602
2,682

4,219
4,501

3,215
3,076

3,680
3,449

6,096
5,202

4,264 3,622
29,654 30,135

3,453
30,436

4,141
n.a.

3,701
n.a.

5,172
n.a.

3,259
n.a.

3,958
n.a.

2,919
n.a.

3,995
n.a.

4,854
n.a.

5,651
16,613

2,197
2,162

93

41. Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property1
Millions of dollars, end of period

1982
Type of holder, and type of property

1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm

, .,

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
Farm
22
Life insurance companies
23
1- to 4-family
24
Multifamily
25
Commercial
26
Farm
27

Q3

Ql
1,659,669

1,703,890 1,759,878

1,811,540

1,049,202
143,477
281 975
107,537

1,062,411
144,546
288 875
108,913

1,062,249
144,055
295,192
109,756

1,074,670
145,767
300,799
1 10,026

1,093,240
146,553
309,582
110,294

1,120,854
149,791
321,980
111,265

1,157,555
154,166
336,033
112,124

1,189,811
158,718
350,389
112,622

1,063,468
294,234
173,569
15918
96,215
8,532
96,346
65,381
15,338
15 598

1,047,982
298,194
173,549
16,132
99,925
8,588
94,382
63,849
15,026
15,479

1,041,542
301,272
173,804
16,480
102,553
8,435
94,452
64,488
14,780
15,156

1,046,766
303,947
172,672
16,322
106,442
8,511
101,641
70,643
15,034
15936

1,066,397
311,121
174,539
16,925
110,759
8,898
114,716
81,088
16,075
17,526

1,099,306
321,244
178,708
17604
115,808
9,124
125,546
89,268
17,032
19,219

29

29

28

28

28

27

27

1,130,781
330,521
182,514
18,410
120,210
9,387
131,940
93,649
17,247
21,016

516,450
430,461
38,011
47,978
n.a.
138 830
17,094
19,209
89573
12,954

513,675
426,453
38,372
48,850
n.a.
139,672
16,467
19,000
91,200
13,005

494,918
406,328
38,208
50,382
n.a.
140,477
16,874
18,977
91,687
12,939

483,614
393,323
38,979
51,312
n.a.
141,989
16,751
18,856
93,547
12,835

477,358
384,990
39,286
53,082
n.a.
143,329
16,422
18,864
95,356
12,687

475,183
378,483
40,011
56,689
n.a.
144,725
15,860
18,778
97,416
12,671

483,317
381,946
42,000
59,308

494,789
387,924
44,333
62,403

147,356
15,534
18,857
100,209
12,756

150,999
15,319
19,107
103,831
12,742

18,467

. . .

1,631,262

19,541

20,011

20,215

20,491

20,652

21,843

22,532

140,659

142,883

143,100

148,328

3,753

3,643

3,475

3,395

28 Federal and related agencies
29 Government National Mortgage
Association
30
1- to 4-family
....
31
Multifamily
32 Farmers Home Administration
33
1- to 4-family
34
Multifamily
35
Commercial
.
... .
36
Farm
37 Federal Housing Administration and
Veterans Administration
38
1- to 4-family
39
Multifamily
40 Federal National Mortgage Association . . . .
41
1- to 4-family
42
Multifamily
43 Federal Land Banks
44
1- to 4-family
45
Farm
46 Federal Home Loan Mortgage
Corporation
47
1- to 4-family
48
Multifamily

129,068

131,874

134,919

138,741

4438

4,669

4,110

4,227

682

676

665

3,428

3,551
1,786

3,088
2,077

689
3,749
2,469

688

3,981
1,335

129

651

639

630

2,992
1,605

2,836

2,765
2,141
1,159

707
380
337
653

381
555
248
421

5,228
1,980
3,248
71,814
66,500
5,314
50,953
3,130
47,823

5,138
1,867
3,271
73,666
68,370
5,296
51,230
3,118
48,112

5,084
1,911
3,173
74,669
69,396
5,273
51,647
3,102
48,545

5,050
2,061
2,989
75,174
69,938
5,236
51,945
3,085
48,860

4,894
1,893
3,001
78,256
73,045
5,211
52,010
3,081
48,929

5,166
5,116

4,733
4,686

4,795
4,740

6,235
6,119

6,856
6,799

7,632
7,559

183,657

198,376

216,654

234,596

252,665

272,611

285,073

108 592
105 942
2,650

111 459
108 739
2,720

114,776
111 975
2,801

118,940
116,038
2,902

127,939
124 817
3,122

139,276
135 878
3,398

151,597
147 898
3,699

159,850
155 950
3,900

23,970
23,610

28,703
28,329

35,132
34,739

42,964
42,560

48,008
47,575

50,934
50,446

54,152
53,539

57,895
57,273

2,786
2,786
n.a.
36 955
18,740
3,447
6 351
8 417

4,556
4,556
n.a.
38,939
19,357
4,044
6,762
8 776

8,133
8,133
n.a.
40,335
20,079
4,344
7,056
8 856

14,450
14,450
n.a.
40,300
20,005
4,344
7,011
8,940

18,157
18,157
n.a.
40492
20,263
4,344
7,115
8 770

20,933
20,933
n.a.
41,522
20,728
4,343
7,303
9 148

23,819
23,819
n.a.
43,043
21,083
5,042
7,542
9 376

25,121
25,121
n.a.
42,207
20,404
5,090
7,351
9 362

220,835
124 893
35,024
29,197
31,721

225,746
128,784
35,496
29,994
31,472

229,975
131,906
36,072
30,499
31,498

234,325
135,281
36,644
30,843
31,557

237,648
137,743
37,058
31,314
31,533

241,945
140,687
37,664
32,039
31,555

244,861
141 184
38,169
33,834
31,674

247,358
141,758
38,786
35,169
31,645

715
615
499
640

491
179
256
409

6,003
2,266
3,737
62,544
57,142
5,402
48,317
2916
45,401

5,908
2,218
3,690
65,008
59,631
5,377
49,688
2,998
46,690

5,362
2,130
3,232
68,841
63,495
5,346
50,493
3,081
47,412

5,297
5,240

5,266
5,209

49 Mortgage pools or trusts3
50 Government National Mortgage
Association
51
1- to 4-family
52
Multifamily
53 Federal Home Loan Mortgage
Corporation
54
1- to 4-family
. .
55
Multifamily
56 Federal National Mortgage Assocation . . . .
57
1- to 4-family
58
Multifamily
59 Farmers Home Administration
60
1- to 4-family
61
Multifamily
,.,
.....
62
Commercial
63
Farm

172,303

64 Individuals and others4 . . . .
65
1- to 4-family
66 Multifamily
67 Commercial
68 Farm

. .

63

28

600
211
32
113
244

947
302
46
164
435

94

Q4

1,604,745 1,611,252

1,059,985
288,774
171,936
15 680
92783
8,375
97,464
66,305
15,536
15 594

. .

Finance companies




Q3

Q2

1,582,191

1 All holders
2
3
4
5

Q2

Qi

15>83
Q4

57

360

57

374

50

393

783
218
377
408

47

404

55

433

116

488

57

613

173
409
400

73

622

41. Mortgage debt outstanding, by type of holder and type of property1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1984
Type of holder, and type of property

Ql

15>85

Q3

Q2

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

1 All holders

1,856,020

1,917,318 1,972,985

2,022,769

2,069,664

2,127,381 2,187,756

2,250,370

2
3
4
5

1,217,825
163 596
362 220
112,379

1,255,002
170 114
379,635
112,567

1,288,257
174,443
397,621
112,664

1,319,413
178,795
412,924
111,637

1,347,567
184 591
425 941
111,565

1,385,620
189 818
441 212
110,731

1,426,569
195 368
457 064
108,755

1,469075
203 556
471 037
106 702

1,155,814
339,653
185 213
19,836
124,890
9 714
139,113
98,172
18 118
22,794

1,200,398
352,258
190,185
20,501
131,533
10,039
143,388
100,691
18,567
24,100

1,239,916
363,156
193,090
20,083
139,742
10,241
146,072
101,810
18,947
25,285

1,267,488
374,780
196,540
20,216
147,845
10,179
154,441
107,302
19,817
27,291

1,289,271
383,598
198 849
20,609
153,827
10 313
161,032
111,592
20 668
28,741

1,321,054
396,141
203 654
21,544
160,315
10628
165,705
114,375
21 357
29,942

1,353,888
410,653
209 724
22239
167,603
11 087
174 427
119,952
22 604
31,757

1,386,865
423,003
214 340
22906
174,336
11 421
177 774
122,323
23 360
32,009

1- to 4-family
Multifamily
Commercial
Farm

.

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
Farm
22 Life insurance companies
23
1- to 4-family
24
Multifamily
25
Commercial
26
Farm

29

. .

30

30

31

31

31

114

503 509
391,619
46 474
65 220

528,172
407,506
50 176
70,215

550,130
421,014
53748
75,010

555,277
421,489
55,750
77,605

559 263
421,024
57 660
80070

569 291
425,021
60231
83 447

575 864
426,432
62 499
86255

82
587 799
432,564
67 006
87 617

196

275

358

433

509

592

678

612

151 301
14,900
19,061
104770
12,570

153,531
14,404
18,984
107,548
12,595

155,372
14,159
18,769
109,801
12,643

156,699
14,120
18,938
111,175
12,466

158 162
13,840
18,964
113 187
12,171

161 485
13,562
18,983
116 812
12,128

163 929
13,382
18,972
119 543
12,032

167 887
13,499
19,453
122 925
12,010

22,238

23,049

25,186

26,291

27216

28,432

29,015

30402

28 Federal and related agencies
29 Government National Mortgage
Association
,.
30
1- to 4-family
31
Multifamily
32 Farmers Home Administration , ,
.
33
1- to 4-family
34
Multifamily . . .
35
Commercial
36
Farm
...
37
Federal Housing Administration and
Veterans Administration . .
38
1- to 4-family
39
Multifamily . .
40 Federal National Mortgage Association . . . .
41
1- to 4-family
42
Multifamily
43 Federal Land Banks
44
1- to 4-family
45
Farm
46
Federal Home Loan Mortgage
Corporation
47
1- to 4-family
48
Multifiimily

151,875

153,897

154,768

158,993

163 531

165 912

166 248

166 183

2 900

2715

2,389

2,301

1 964

1 825

27

Finance companies

1 640

1 473

61$

605

594

585

576

564

552

2,282
2,094
1 005

2,110
1,344

1,795

1,716
1,276

1,388
1 062

1,261

1,088

213
119
497
447

156
82
421
403

790
223
136
163
268

577
185
139
72
181

539
934
733
183
113
159
278

319
467

281
463
81
519

738
206
126
113
293

4832
1,956
2,876
80,975
75,770
5,205
52095
3 074
49,021

4,753
1,894
2,859
83,243
77,633
5,610
52,364
3,061
49,303

4,749
1,982
2,767
84,850
79,175
5,675
52,595
3,068
49,527

4,816
2,048
2,768
87,940
82,175
5,765
52,261
3,074
49,187

4,878
2,181
2,697
91,975
86 129
5,846
52 104
3 064
49,040

4,888
2,199
2,689
94,777
88,788
5,989
51,056
3,006
48,050

4,918
2,251
2,667
96,769
90 590
6,179
49 255
2 895
46,360

4 903
2,246
2 657
98,282
91 966
6,316
47 548
2 798
44,750

$,$79
8 847

9,478
8 931

9,447
8 841

10,399
9,654

1 1 ,548
10642

132

547

606

745

906

12,576
11 288
1,288

13,089
11 457
1,632

13,244
11 208
2,036

49 Mortgage pools or trusts3
50 Government National Mortgage
Association
51
1- to 4-family
52
Multifamily
53 Federal Home Loan Mortgage
Corporation .
54
1- to 4-family
55
Multifamily
56 Federal National Mortgage Association . . . .
57
1- to 4-family
....
58
Multifamily
59 Farmers Home Administration
60
1- to 4-family
61
Multifiimily
62
Commercial
. .
63
Farm

296 481

305 051

317,548

332,057

347 793

365 748

388 948

413 913

166,261
162,204
4057

170,893
166,723
4 170

175,770
171,481
4,289

179,981
175,589
4,392

185,954
181,419
4535

192,925
188,228
4 697

201,026
196,198
4 828

212,145
207 198
4947

59,^76
58 776

61,267
60,636

63,964
63,352

70,822
70,253

76,759
75 781

83,327
82 369

91,915
90 997

99,088
98 182

600

631

612

569

978

958

918

906

28,354
28,354
n.a.
42,490
20 573
5,081
7,456
9 380

29,256
29,256
n.a.
43,635
21,331
5,081
7,764
9,459

32,888
32,730

36,215
35,965

39,370
38,772

42,755
41,985

48,769
47,857

158

250

598

770

912

54,987
54036

44,926
21,595
5,618
7,844
9,869

45,039
21,813
5,841
7,559
9,826

45,710
21 928
6,041
7,681
10060

46,741
21,962
6,377
8,014
10,388

47,238
22,090
6,415
8,192
10 541

47,693
22 186
6,675
8,189
10 643

64 Individuals and others4
65
1- to 4-fiimily
66
Multifamily
67 Commercial . . . .
68 Farm

251,850
144 506
39,571
36,771
31 002

257,972
148 816
40,415
38,394
30,347

260,753
149,974
41,250
39,826
29,703

264,231
152,302
41,909
40,952
29,068

269,069
154 398
43,619
42,014
29 038

274,667
159 964
43,538
42,519
28 646

278,672
162 992
44,276
43,642
27 762

283,409
165 405
45,296
45,802
26 906




303

951

95

42. Installment credit—Total outstanding, and net change1
Millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted

1984
Holder, and type of credit

2
3
4
5
6
7

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept. | Oct.

Nov.

Dec,

382,794 3 8 5 8 393,658 399,878 409,389 417,321 4 3 4 3 430,171 435,424 441,308 447,304 453,580
8,7
2,5

1 Total
By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies2
Credit unions
Retailers
Savings institutions
Gasoline companies

Jan.

..
.
..
.

By major credit type
8 Automobile
9 Commercial banks .
10 Credit unions . . . .
11 Finance companies
12 Savings institutions

0,0
172,799 176,127 179,152 182,014 187,815 191,928 194,915 198,263 200,414 203,459 2 6 2 4
86,748 87,377 87,599 87,921 88,828 90,228 91,194 92,449 93,578 93,938 94,797
497
54,277 55,506 56,236 57,891 59,348 60,161 61,728 62,953 63,787 6 , 4 65,937
34,453 34,745 34,937 35,113 35,443 35,837 35,870 36,064 36,327 36,457 36,766
30,301 30,652 31,553 32,779 33,762 34,888 35,493 36,272 37,201 38,281 39,340
4,161
4,279
4,253
4,181
4,117
4,216
4,171
4,193
4,171
4,225
4,260

209,158
96,126
66,544
37,061
40,330
4,361

148,520 150,693 152,211 154,062 157,615 160,410 163,173 165,682 167,165 169,102 170,890 173,122
69,136 70,589 71,914 73,155 75,670 77,238 78,887 80,083 80,817 81,780 82,692 83,900
25,741 26,101 26,218 26,757 27,191 27,322 27,785 28,083 28,198 28,449 28,618 28,614
50,477 50,610 50,390 50,217 50,598 51,444 51,894 52,681 53,057 53,498 53,919 54,663
446
,0
5,093
3,166
3,393
3,933
4,156
4,607
5,375
4,835
3,689
5,945
5,661

13 Revolving3
14 Commercial banks .
15 Retailers
16 Gasoline companies
17 Savings institutions

7,0
994
43,373
30,821
4,216
1,494

81,273
44,498
31,074
4,171
1,530

82,482
45,472
31,236
4,181
1,593

83,795
4,9
646
31,388
4,161
1,750

8,9
640
48,718
31,675
4,193
1,904

88,745
50,370
32,027
4,279
2,069

89,616
51,164
32,048
4,253
2,151

91,414
52,783
32,215
4,171
2,245

93,239
54,324
32,447
4,117
2,351

95,002
55,684
32,547
4,225
2,546

96,880
57,058
32,816
4,260
2,746

98,514
58,145
33,064
4,361
2,944

18 Mobile home
19 Commercial banks .
20 Finance companies
21 Savings institutions

22,405
9,818
8,669
3,918

22,441
9,734
8,707
400
,0

22,597
9,693
8,752
4,152

22,789
9,683
8,773
4,333

22,954
9,645
8,825
4,484

23,193
9,650
8,889
4,654

23,353
9,666
8,984
4,703

23,469
9,653
9,043
4,773

23,625
9,672
9,095
4,858

23,757
9,583
9,132
5,042

23,978
9,602
9,152
5,224

24,184
9,623
9,161
5,400

22 Other
23 Commercial banks .
24 Finance companies
25 Credit unions . . . .
26 Retailers
27
Savings institutions

131,965 134,171 136,368 139,232 142,330 144,973 147,311 149,606 151,395 153,447 155,556 157,760
50,472 51,306 52,073 52,680 53,782 54,670 55,198 55,744 55,601 56,412 56,852 57,490
27,602 28,060 28,457 28,931 29,405 29,895 30,316 30,725 31,426 31,308 31,726 32,302
28,536 29,405 30,018 31,134 32,157 32,839 33,943 34,870 35,589 36,498 37,319 37,930
3,632
3,725
3,822
3,910
3,701
3,810
3,997
3,950
3,880
3,671
3,768
3,849
21,723 21,729 22,119 22,762 23,218 23,759 24,032 24,418 24,899 25,319 25,709 26,041
Net change (during period)
6,555

5,784

5,080

6,220

9,511

7,932

6,132

6,718

5,253

5,884

59
,%

6,276

..
.

3,460
583
1,189
292
1,009
22

3,328
629
1,229
292
351
-45

3,025
222
730
192
901
10

2,862
322
1,655
176
1,226
-20

5,801
907
1,457
330
983
32

4,113
1,400
813
394
1,126
86

2,987
966
1,567
33
605
-26

3,348
1,255
1,225
194
779
-82

2,151
1,129
834
263
929
-54

3,045
360
1,160
130
1,080
108

2,745
859
990
309
1,059
35

2,954
1,329
607
295
990
101

By major credit type
35 Automobile
36
Commercial banks .
37 Credit unions . . . .
38 Finance companies
39
Savings institutions

2,612
1,588
350
390
284

2,173
1,453
360
133
227

1,518
1,325
117
-220
296

1,851
1,241
539
-173
244

3,553
2,515
434
381
223

2,795
1,568
131
846
250

2,763
1,649
463
450
201

2,509
1,196
298
787
228

1,483
734
115
376
258

1,937
963
251
441
282

1,788
912
169
421
286

2,232
1,208
-4
744
284

40 Revolving3
41 Commercial banks .
42
Retailers
43 Gasoline companies
44 Savings institutions

1,535
1,177
269
22
67

1,369
1,125
253
-45
36

1,209
974
162
10
63

1,313
1,024
152
-20
157

2,695
2,222
287
32
154

2,255
1,652
352
86
165

871
794
21
-26
82

1,798
1,619
167
-82
94

1,825
1,541
232
-54
106

1,763
1,360
100
108
195

1,878
1,374
269
35
200

1,634
1,087
248
101

45 Mobile home
46 Commercial banks .
47 Finance companies
48
Savings institutions

211
-4
52
163

36
-84
38
82

156
-41
45
152

192
-10
21
181

165
-38
52
151

239
5
64
170

160
16
95
49

116
-13
59
70

156
19
52
85

132
-89
37
184

221
19
20
182

206
21
9
176

49 Other
50 Commercial banks .
51 Finance companies
52 Credit unions . . . .
53 Retailers
54
Savings institutions

2,197
699
141
839
23
495

2,206
834
458
869
39
6

2,197
767
397
613
30
390

2,864
607
474
1,116
24
643

3,098
1,102
474
1,023
43
456

2,643
888
490
682
42
541

2,338
528
421
1,104
12
273

2,295
546
409
927
27
386

1,789
-143
701
719
31
481

2,052
811
-118
909
30
420

2,109
440
418
821
40
390

2,204
638
576
611
47
332

28 Total
29
30
31
32
33
34

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies2
Credit unions
Retailers
Savings institutions
Gasoline companies

96



..
,

42. Installment credit—Total outstanding, and net change1—Continued
Millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted

1985
Holder, and type of credit

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies2
Credit unions
Retailers
Savings institutions
Gasoline companies

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

459,843 466,690 474,989 482,532 488,862 493,253 500,039 506,090 516,420 522,978 528,621 535,098

1 Total

,225,393 226,825 229,088 230,644 233,545 235,364 238,620 240,796
104,783 106,106 107,498 109,457 114,927 117,565 118,356 120,095
70,274 70,689 71,446 71,938 72,433 73,474 74,117 75,127
38,313 38,327 38,423 38,751 38,723 38,890 39,039 39,187
46,010 47,235 4 , 7 51,115 52,656 53,509 54,307 55,555
944
400
,9
4,072 4,110 4,185
4,136 4,176 4,182 4,337

..
.

212,154 215,900 220,480
97,316 98,614 100,522
67,402 68,078 68,712
37,310 37,446 37,743
41,424 42,492 43,472
4,237
4,159 4 0 0
,6

223,746
102,558
69,533
38,000
44,650
406
,4

By major credit type
8 Automobile
9 Commercial banks .
10 Credit unions . . . .
11 Finance companies
12 Savings institutions

175,845 178,251 181,514
85,022 86,212 87,603
28,982 2 , 0 29,132
900
55,553 56,406 57,806
6,288
6,633 6,973

184,526 187,533 189,459 191,201 192,923 198,656 201,994 203,766 206,482
88,502 89,198 89,799 90,350 90,234 90,784 91,402 92,127 92,764
29,339 29,511 29,543 29,716 29,775 29,556 2 , 0 30,166 30,577
994
59,340 61,057 61,960 62,586 64,071 69,201 71,415 71,996 73,391
7,345 7,757 8,157 8,549
8,843
9,115 9,273
9,477
9,750

13 Revolving3
14 Commercial banks ,
15 Retailers
16 Gasoline companies
17 Savings institutions

100,263 102,373 105,297 107,417 108,372 109,260 110,904 112,373 113,850 115,218 117,050 118,296
59,619 61,519 64,108 65,806 66,218 66,891 68,172 69,079 70,453 71,507 73,076 73,893
33,267 33,359 33,599 33,797 34,034 34,013 34,065 34,330 34,264 34,382 34,486 34,560
4,237 4,159 4 0 0 4 0 6 4 0 0 4 0 2 4,110 4,185 4,136 4,176 4,182 4,337
,6
,4
,9
,7
3,140
3,336 3,530
3,768 4,030
4,284
4,557 4,779
4,997
5,153 5,306
5,506

2
3
4
5
6
7

..
.

18 Mobile home
19 Commercial banks .
20 Finance companies
21
Savings institutions
22 Other
23 Commercial banks .
24 Finance companies
25 Credit unions . . . .
26 Retailers
27
Savings institutions

24,139
9,541
900
,6
5,538

24,360 24,468
9,584
9,592
9,103 9,081
5,673 5,795

24,570
9,603
9,087
5,880

24,670 24,768 25,015 25,173 25,341
9,597
9,596
9,576 9,608
9,662
9,092
9,107 9,141 9,114 9 0 2
,9
5,981 6,065
6,298
6,451 6,587

159,596 161,706 163,710 166,019 168,287 169,766
57,972 58,585 59,177 59,835 60,380 60,539
32,703 33,105 33,$35 34,131 34,624 35,039
38,420 39,078 39,580 40,194 40,763 41,146
4,043
4,087
4,144
4,203
4,279
4,314
26,458 26,851 27,174 27,656 28,241 28,728

172,919
6,9
090
35,771
41,730
4,358
30,070

175,621
61,723
36,272
42,163
4,421
31,042

25,320
9,596
9,089
6,635

25,315 25,461
9,584
9,578
9,057 9,116
6,674
6,767

178,573 180,446 182,490 184,859
6 , 4 62,859 63,833 64,561
266
36,634 37,061 37,303 37,588
42,877 43,570 43,951 44,550
449
,5
4,508
4,553
4,627
31,957 32,448 32,850 33,533

Net change (during period)
6,263

6,847

8,299

7,543

6,330

4,391

6,786

6,051 10,330

6,558

5,643

6,477

..
.

2,996
1,190
858
249
1,094
-124

3,746
1,298
676
136
1,068
-78

4,580
1,908
634
297
080
-99

3,266
2,036
821
257
1,178
-14

1,647
2,225
741
313
1,360
44

1,432
1,323
415
14
1,225
-18

2,263
1,392
757
96
2,239
38

1,556
1,959
492
328
1,641
75

2,901
5,470
495
-28
1,541
-49

1,819
2,638
1,041
167
853
40

3,256
791
643
149
798
6

2,176
1,739
1,010
148
1,248
155

By major credit type
35 Automobile
36 Commercial banks .
37 Credit unions . . . .
38
Finance companies
39 Savings institutions

2,723
1,122
368
890
343

2,406
1,190
18
853
345

3,i63
1,391
132
1,400
340

3,012
899
207
1,534
372

3,007
696
172
1,727
412

1,926
601
32
893
400

1,742
551
173
626
392

1,722
-116
59
1,485
294

5,733
550
-219
5,130
272

3,338
618
348
2,214
158

1,772
725
262
581
204

2,716
637
411
1,395
273

40 Revolving^
,
41 Commercial banks .
42
Retailers
43
Gasoline companies ,
44
Savings institutions ,

1,749
1,474
203
-124
196

2,110
1,900
92
-78
196

2,924
2,589
240
-99
194

2,120
1,698
198
-14
238

955
412
237
44
262

888
673
-21
-18
254

1,644
1,281
52
38
273

1,469
907
265
75
222

1,477
1,374
-66
-49
218

1,368
1,054
118
40
156

1,832
1,569
104
6
153

1,246
817
74
155
200

45 Mobile home
46 Commercial banks .
47 Finance companies
48 Savings institutions

-45
-82
-101
138

221
43
43
135

108
8
-22
122

102
11
6
85

100
-6
5
101

98
-1
15
84

247
-20
34
233

158
32
-27
153

168
54
-22
136

-21
-66
-3
48

-5
-12
-32
39

146
-6
59
93

49 Other
50 Commercial banks .
51 Finance companies
52 Credit unions . . . .
53 Retailers
54
Savings institutions

1,836
482
401
490
46
417

2,110
613
402
658
44
393

2,004
592
530
502
57
323

2,309
658
496
614
59
482

2,268
545
493
569
76
585

1,479
159
415
383
35
487

3,153
451
732
584
44
1,342

2,702
733
501
433
63
972

2,952
923
362
714
38
915

1,873
213
427
693
49
491

204
,4
974
242
381
45
402

2,369
728
285
599
74
683

28 Total
29
30
31
32
33
34

By major holder
Commercial banks
Finance companies2
Credit unions
Retailers
Savings institutions
Gasoline companies




..
.

97

43. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, December 31, 1985
A. All sectors
Amounts outstanding, billions of dollars
Private domestic nonfinancial sectors
Line and transaction category

Households
Assets

1 Total financial assets

«*li-

. . . . 7,624.1

2 Total liabilities

Business
Assets
Assets

Liabi lities

1,490.9 . . .

State
and local
Assets

491.0

3,042 .0

2,459.1

Total

Liabi]
...

Rest
of the
world

Assets

Liabilities

. 0.606.0

563.7

Asset$

6,064.8

194

368 5

1,806.5
73

18,0

8 Checkable deposits and
currency
Private domestic
Foreign
U S government .

418.9
418.9

...
. ..

109.2 . . .
1092

546.7
546 7

18.6 . . . .
18 6

21.1

....

21.1

....

34,0

340

12 Small time and savings
1,828.9 . . .
deposits
13 Money market fund shares . . . . 207.5 , . .
14 Large time deposits
15 Federal funds and security
RPs
16 Deposits abroad

2.4 . . . .

88.3

. ..

61.1
25.5

....

105
253.8 . , .
1,705.9 , . ,

1.2

1,831.2
207.5
370.5

. .,

36.3 . . .

221.1 . . .

43.3 . . . .

61,8
10 5
.

206

253.8
1,705.9
1 841 0

1 843 0

21 Credit market instruments 4 . . . 1,016.5 2,376,1
.
22 U.S. Treasury securities 5 . . 302 1 . . .
146.3 . , .
23 Federal agency securities . .
77 .5
24 Tax exempt securities
. . 312.0
25 Corporate and foreign
74 7
bonds
155.3 1,497.1
26 Mortgages
673 1
27 Consumer credit . .
28 Bank loans n.e.c
41.0
26 2 , .
29 Open market paper
. .
30 Other loans
87 .3

18.5
...

10.2
148.8

= 16,2 . . . .

.

20 Corporate equities3

98

Liabilities

12 0 12.0
12 9 . 5 8

9
10
11




Assets

38.2

3 Gold

Security credit
Trade credit6
Taxes payable
Miscellaneous

'"

621.0

5 International Monetary
Fund position
6 Official foreign exchange
7 Treasury currency

31
32
33
34

Liabil

808.3 . . . .

2

17 Life insurance reserves
18 Pension fund reserves
19 Interbank claims . . .

U.S.
government

109.9

41 1
28 .0

125 2

189.0 2,350.8
361.3 540.7 1,566.9 5,267.6
29.1
22T1 .
554 .2
61 2
711 1
16
4.9
127.6
9.8
515.2 326.7
720.3
516.6
752 .0
87 1
66 3

575.3
92 0
267.3

612.6 509 7
2 .1
13.9 444.9
179 .5

65 4

74 7
536.6
2206 2,249.1
673.1
87.1
616.3
'.
02.5
92.0
380.2
25.6

lg.5
23.0 612.6
22.1 . . . ,
22.1
5549

41.1
560,6
2.1
193.4

37L2
214.6

246.8

103.6

252.2 1,600.4
1,597.1
3.2

72 7
53 2

53.0

24.8
181.3

.1

19 6
82 3
72 1 199.0

12.8 37,3
2,5
307.0
16.1

29.2

Financial sectors
.
T
lorai
Assets

Monetary
authority

Sponsored agencies
and mortgage pools

Liabilities

.

Assets

Liabilities

Assets

7,366.2

^es l"

243.4

6946

7,702.6

Commercial
banking
Assets

Liabilities

2,046.3

13.0

23 4

293 6

. . . .

4.0

54.1 54.1

661.0
605.9
21.1
34.0

704.7
648.3
21.1
35.3

-3.8

5
6
7

465.5
419.5
20.6
25.4

44.7
44.7

13,0

949.7
207.5

1,845.4
207.5

1,845.4
207.5

12
13

74.7

156.1

488.5

488.5

14

78.2
19.0

44.4

163.4
29.6

194.7
29.6

253,8
1,705.9
42.0

253,8
1,705.9
26.7

809.0

293.6

2,777.3

293.6

1,109.4
625.6

659.2
59
1.1

596.3
1,977,7
586.0
670.5
216.6
347,1

165 3
23

20

57 2

385.0

21
635.4

625.6

.
1
124.6

»

8.3

31.3

-15.2

15
16
17
18
19

3,266,8
448.8
332.0
179.3

369,8

8,224.1
1,597.1
628.8
720.3

8,224.1
1,597.1
628.8
720.3

21
22
23
24

24 1
423.0
302 5
670.5
15 3

62.6

572.3
1,027.2
283.5

102.7
2.3

46.4

201.2
222.5

34.6
141.4
88.8

774.6
2,251.5
673.1
670.5
362.1
546.1

774.6
2,251.5
673.1
670.5
362.1
546.1

25
26
27
28
29
30

35.0
29.4

57.2

192.4

1.8
452.3

98.3
704.0
24.6
1,137.3

98.3
602.6
4.3
1,135.9

5.0

. . . .
55.8

" "i.i

8
9
10
11

109.0

44.8
11.1

43.7
42.5

1,916.6
192 2
74.7
214 3

527 5

79.8
29.4

630.6

191.2
181 3
9.9
. , .

56.8
56.8

-27.4

.1

..

6,033.8
828.2
417.7
393.6




12,0
12,9
18.0

243.6
1,5557.1

,,.

. . .

243.6
1 557 1
26.7

34 6
187 8
93.8

2

150.3

,

99

194 7

58.2

1

3
4

12.0
12.9
21.8

488 5

809.1

-67.2

332.3

.9
9

1 845 4
2075

101.6
19.0

Assets

49.3
26.7

182.4
13.6
172.0 13.6

Line

895.7

704.7
648 3
21 1
35 3

74.7

Liabilities

15,858.5

4,390.0

7.0
21 8

59.2
59.2

Assets
18,485.4

11.1

*
7.0
21.8

Assets
4,562.2

2,202.3
243.4

686.4

11.1

Liabilities

Private
nonbank finance

Floats
and
discrepancies

All
sectors1

6.9

173.2

.4
120.5

-101.4
-20.1
-1.5

31
32
33
34

99

43. Flow of funds accounts—Financial assets and liabilities, December 31, 1985—Continued
B. Private nonbank financial institutions
Amounts outstanding, billions of dollars

Transaction category
Assets

Liabilities

4,562.2

1 Total assets

Mutual
savings
banks

Savings
and loan
associations

Total

Assets

Liabilities

1,071.6
4,390.0

6 Large time deposits

.

31.6

949.7
207 5

74.7

156.1

12.1

133,0

78.2
19.0

7 Federal funds and security
RPs
8 Deposits abroad

44.4

24,3

444

9 Life insurance reserves
10 Pension fund reserves

243 6
1,557.1

..
809.0

369.8

35.0
294

18
452.3

.2

Assets

"abU *~

773.0
126.6

13.5

1.6

11 6

13.0

11 Corporate equities^

22
23
24
25

Security credit
Trade credit
Taxes payable
Miscellaneous

100



, ,,

,

102.7
2.3
346
141.4
88.8

23 2

4.0

250

2.6 . . . .

7.1 . . . .

75.0

185

385 5

6.9

635.7 . . . .
51 0
46.5
9.7 . . . .

323.9
129.1
59 9

7.1

190.2 .
88
24.5 .

272.4
167.9

118.8
25 6

19.4 .
110.5
13 4 .

. ..
....

79.1

340

11 5

.1
12.4

17 0

59.0

97 1

4.8

33 0

54.2 .

88 8

41.2

738.5

....

2.2
7.6

17.0

116.8

738.5

243.6
394 1

114.9

Liabilities

115 0

5.4

660.1
45.0

Assets

745.0
3 .3

. . ..

906.6
39.8
128.5
.6

Private
pension
funds

738.5

57.2

192.4

136.0

151.5

4.8

683,2

293.6

12 Credit market instruments 4 . . . 3,266.8
.
13 U.S. Treasury securities 5 . . 448.8
14 Federal agency securities . . 332.0
179.3
15 Tax exempt securities
16 Corporate and foreign
572,3
bonds
17 Mortgages
1,027.2
18 Consumer credit
283.5
19 Bank loans n.e.c
. ..
201.2
20 Open market paper
21 Other loans
222.5

11.8

Assets ^«-

205.3

1,048.3

56.8

13.0
..

^'-

220.1

44.7

2 Total liabilities .
3 Checkable deposits
4 Small time and savings
deposits . . .
5 Money market fund shares

Assets

Life
insurance
companies

Credit
unions

4
106 8

State and
local goverame
retirement fundf
Assets
424.6

Li bil

* *ties

. Other
c™s
Assets

Li

*f-

268 6

.

424.6

Assets

U

f™ '-

Assets

Open-end
investment
companies

Li

*jf -

Assets

S.8

357.6
183.2

27

30

Real estate
investment
trusts

Finance
™ies

354-4

Li

^'

Assets

293 .6

.,

293.6
4.8

Security
brokers
and dealers
Assets

.,

207 .5
2

Line

Li

65.4

! »
* '-

207.5

38

54

Money
market
funds

£f

1

58.2
41

3
4
5

207.5

16.8 . . . .
20 7

6

26.1 . . . .
19.0 . . . .

18,0

7
8
9
10

424.6

144.1

174 8

58 4

259.5 . . . .
805
49.5 . . . .
16

112.5
15.4

2

....
....

157 4
25 8
16 2
86 8

....

5.3
....

94 3 . . . . .
5.3
53,5 . . . .
146 0
15 6
140 7
152.8

....




250-6

4.3
...

164.9 . . . .
54 0
. ..

15 8

141.8
42 7

76 ^

25 9
2.6

29 4

352.2

2936

.8
2.3
5
7

12
13
14
15

21

28.1

6.S

11

10.4
-8 6

16.9

99.1
35.0

1

m1

1

im 7

6

.5 .

16
17
18
19
20
21

3.6 . .

57.2
10

22
23
24
25

101

44. Flow of funds accounts
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

Transaction category, or sector
1 Total credit market debt owed
by domestic nonfinancial
2 U.S. government
3 Treasury issues
4 Agency issues and mortgages
5 Private domestic nonfinancial
sectors
6 Debt capital instruments . . . .
7 Tax exempt obligations . . . .
8 Corporate bonds
9 Mortgages
Home mortgages
Multifamily residential
Commercial
Farm
14
15
16
17
18

Other debt instruments
Bank loans n.e.c. ..
Consumer credit . . .
Open market paper .
Other

19 By borrowing sector, total
20 Tax exempt
21 Households

360.8
351.5
9.4

446.3
437.3
8.9

560.1
228.3
213.4
19.8
98.6

566.5
217.7
222.9
17.2
108,7

26 Foreign credit market debt
held in United States .
Bonds
Bank loans n.e.c
Open market paper
U.S. government loans . .

79.8
19.1
16.5
11.4
32.8

91.2
25.3
18.5
11.7
35.7

102




1982

1983

1984

1985

515.8
506.4
9.3

572.5
564.1
8.4

626.2
619.2
7.0

663.6
658.0
5.6

742.8
737.8
5.0

830.1
825.6
4.5

991.4 1,177.9 1,376.8 1,600.4
987.7 1,174,4 1,373.4 1,597.1
3.7
3.6
3.4
3.3

617.2
222,0
248,4
21.2
125.6

709.0
248.9
288.9
24.3
146.9

819.6
284.5
337.7
25.4
172.1

4,612.3
3,035.8
547.0
468.7
2,020.1
1,321.3
177.0
410.2
111.6

5,267.6
3,506.0
720.3
536.6
2,249.1
1,471.1
202.3
468.6
107.1

955.4 1,017.4 1,148.0 1,231.6 1,334.2 1,576.5 1,761.5
333.9 371.0 425.4 478.9 505.7 585.6
616.3
383.1 375,9 398.5 418.1 474.7 569.5 673.1
36.5
41.7
60.9
57.3
55.7
80.0
92.0
201.8
228.8 263.2 277.4 298.1
341.4 380.2

1,721.1 1,828.1 2,002.1 2,268.6 2,580.5 2,930.6 3,180.7 3,465.4 3,689.9 4,046.2 4,612,3 5,267.6
207.9 220.2 233.5 245.5 262.0 279.6 296.9 303.6 329.6 367.2 412.2 540.7
714.8 765.5 856.7 996.9 1,165.2 1,341.7 1,450.6 1,573.8 1,655.3 1,842.8 2,081.4 2,376.1
842.4
82.0
211.9
548,5

31 Total nonfinancial domestic
plus foreign

1981

1,721.1 1,828.1 2,002.1 2,268.6 2,580.5 2,930.6 3,180.7 3,465.4 3,689.9 4,046.2
1,161.0 1,261.6 1,384.9 1,559.6 1,760.8 1,975.2 2,163.3 2,317,4 2,458.3 2,712.0
321.6 351.9 375.2 423.9 481.2
207.7 223.8 239,5 262.9 291.3
227.1 254.3 277,2 300.0 321.2 338.5 365.1 386.9 405.5 421.6
726.2 783.5 868.2 996.6 1,148.4 1,315.1 1,446.3 1,555.2 1,628.9 1,809.2
437,4 476.9 539.5 632.7 742.8 861.0 955.2 1,032.1 1,074.7 1,191.6
133.6
141.2 141.1 144.8
112.3 123.5
156.6
98.3
98,9 103.9
145.8
158.0 169.6
188.1 210.5 235.0 254.2 276.2 299.4 348.4
85.6
105.8
112.6
71.6
95.8
110.0
49.7
63.5
44.7
55.3

798.4
73.1
197.8
527.4

27
28
29
30

1980

2,081.9 2,274.4 2,517.9 2,841.1 3,206.7 3,594.1 3,923.5 4,295.5 4,681.3 5,224.2 5,989.0 6,867.9

Nonfinancial business . . .
Farm
Nonfarm noncorporate
Corporate

22
23
24
25

1979

Financial sectors

912.0 1,026.2 1,153,3 1,309.2 1,433.3 1,588.0 1,705.0 1,836,3 2,118.7 2,350,8
92.0
105.4
121.0
144.6 159.8 176.4
183.2 187.3
187.2
180,3
228.5 258.1 291.2 328.2 359.3 393.2 430.7 501.5
591.7 674,6
591.5 662.6 741.1 836.5 914.2 1,018.4 1,091.1 1,147.5 1,339.8 1,495.8
110.6
33.9
24.1
13.6
39.0

123.9
38.9
27,1
16.1
41.8

161.9
43.1
46.4
26.6
45.7

182.4
47.0
48.7
37.8
49.0

209.6
47.8
60.2
48.0
53.6

236.9
53.3
64.1
61,9
57.7

226.3
59.9
29.4
74.9
62.1

245.2
63.7
34.3
80.9
66.3

247.3
67,7
26.5
83.4
69.7

246.8
72.7
19.6
82.3
72.1

2,161.7 2,365.6 2,628.4 2,965.0 3,368.6 3,776.6 4,133.1 4,532.4 4,907.7 5,469.4 6,236.4 7,114.7

44. Flow of funds accounts—Continued
A. Summary of credit market debt outstanding, by sector—Continued
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars
Transaction category, or sector

1974

1975 [ 1976

1977 | 1978 | 1979

1980 | 1981

1982

1983

1984

693.7

783.1

921.0 1,109.4

1985

Financial sectors
32 Total credit market debt
owed by financial sectors . . .

232.6

239.9

261.1

307.1

380.6

464.1

521.8

610.8

98.6

108.9

123.1

145.5

182.6

231.8

276,6

324.0

388.9

456.7

531.2

630.6

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

237.2
289.0
5.0

257.8
367.8
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

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

198.0
71.2
2.0
28.3
63.9

232.3
79.0
2.0
27,7
81.8

245.2
80.8
1.9
26.9
86.6

286.8
84.3
1.9
27.7
107.6

304.8
98,0
2,0
29.6
109.2

326.5
110.8
2.1
29.5
125.2

389.8
136.7
2.5
30.4
145.5

478.8
165.3
2.3
34.6
187.8

21.8

17.8

15.9

20.2

32.7

41.8

49.0

65.2

66.0

59.0

74.6

88.8

43 Total, by sector

232.6

239.9

261.1

307.1

380.6

464.1

521.8

610.8

693.7

783.1

921.0 1,109.4

44 Sponsored credit agencies
45 Mortgage pools
46 Private financial sectors
47 Commercial banks
48 Bank affiliates
49 Savings and loan associations . . .
50 Finance companies
51 Real estate investment trusts . . . .

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
198.0
5.9
29.5
37.8
120.3
4.6

137.0
94.8
232.3
6.1
36.0
50.3
135.4
4.4

162.6
114.0
245.2
6.3
42.9
57.8
134.3
3.9

195.0
129.0
286.8
6.2
51.2
73.4
152.3
3.7

210.4
178.5
304.8
6.8
57.3
75.9
161.1
3.7

211.8
244.9
326.5
6.6
69.9
73,9
172.7
3.5

242.2
289.0
389.8
10.1
86.8
93.2
195.3
4.3

33
34
35
36

By type of instrument
U S government-related
Sponsored credit agency
securities
Mortgage pool securities
Loans from U.S. government . . .

262,8
367.8
478.8
13.0
96.0
114.9
250.6
4.3

All sectors
52 Total credit market debt

2,394.4 2,605.5 2,889.5 3,272.0 3,749.1 4,240.7 4,654.8 5,143.2 5,601.4 6,252.5 7,157.4 8,224.1

53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60

U S government securities
Tax exempt obligations
Corporate ynd foreign bonds
Mortgages
Consumer credit
Bank loans n e e
. . ..
Open market paper
Other loans

457.6
207.7
286,7
729.0
213.4
278.4
67,6
153.9

552.5
223.8
323.4
786.6
222.9
266.1
66.4
163.8

61
62
63
64

Selected clttims not
included above
Security credit
Trade credit
Mutual fund shares
Other corporate equities

24.7
211.3
35.2
641.7

28.5
41.1
223.6 243.0
43.0
46.5
849.5 1,005.5




636.7
239.5
364.6
871.6
248.4
272.5
74.6
181.6

716.7 807.1 893.2 1,016.1 1,149.1 1,375.0 1,629.4 1,902.8 2,225.9
262.9 291.3 321.6 351.9 375.2 423,9 481.2 547.0 720.3
402.6 435.4 464.4 493.7 524.5 563.4 596.1 673.2 774.6
999.9 1,151.1 1,317.7 1,448.8 1,557.6 1,631.3 1,811.5 2,022.7 2,251.5
398.5 418.1 474,7 569.5 673.1
288.9 337.7 383.1 375.9
302.1 359.2 410.3 458.0 517.2 538.0 569.5 642.5 670.5
362.1
89.5
115.9 156.2 176.3 230.3 241.4 261,8 308.9
209.4 251.3 294.1 334.1 390.7 410.5 428.3 490.7 546.1

43.4
271.1
45.4
950.0

44.6
46,7
67.4
59.2
60,0
98.3
81.7
79,6
332.1 392.9 440.8 480,1 484.4 534.8 576.9 602.6
129,3 161.2 293.6
89,5
63.5
63,8
45.8
51.2
982.5 1,179,5 1,572.3 1,505.0 1,721,1 2,022.3 2,022.1 2,483.8

103




44*

of
accounts—Continued
B. Direct and indirect claims on credit

debt

Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars, exceptions noted
Transaction category, or sector

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981 | 1982

1983

1984

1985

1 Total credit market debt
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
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

Private domestic holdings
14 Total private holdings
15 U.S. government securities
16 Tax exempt obligations
17 Corporate and foreign bonds . . . .
18 Residential mortgages
19 Other mortgages and loans
20 LESS: Federal Home Loan
Bank advances
21
22
23
24
25

Private financial intermediation
Credit market claims held
by private financial
institutions
Commercial banking
Savings institutions
Insurance and pension funds . . . .
Other finance

26 Sources of funds
27 Mvate domestic deposits and
repurchase agreements
28 Credit market debt
29 Other sources
.
. . .
30
Foreign funds
31
Treasury balances
32
Insurance and pension
reserves
33
Other net

104

2,081.9 2,274.4 2,517.9 2,841.1 3,206.7 3,594.1 3,923.5 4,295.5 4,681.3 5,224.2 5,989.§ 6,867.9
339.2
146.0
63.8

378.9
164.0
79.5

428.8
187.1
91.8

508.3
221.9
111.8

605.9
253.3
137.5

682.8
247.0
174.6

779.8
262.8
206.3

877.4
279.9
229.8

991.4 1,108.8 1,253 2 1 473 9
302.6 330.2 366.1
412.9
290.8 367.0 423 5 516 2

21.8
107.6

17.8
117.5

15.9
134.0

20.2
154.5

32.7
182.4

41.8
219.3

49.0
261.7

65.2
302.5

66.0
331.9

339.2
72.3

378.9
85.8

428.8
93.8

508.3
103.6

605.9
120.6

682.8
140.0

779.8
163.6

877.4
187.6

991.4 1,108.8 1,253.2 1,473.9
203.4 213.0 2299 252 2

106.8
86.7
73.4

118.3
95.3
79.5

135.2
105.1
94.7

158.2
112.2
134.3

198.5
119.2
167.6

252.9
126.9
163.1

298.5
131.4
186.4

346.7
140.5
202.6

412.2
150.3
225 4

482.0
161.2
252.5

555 3
169.6
298 4

659 2
191 2
371 2

98.6
79.8

108.9
91 2

123.1
110.6

145.5
123.9

182.6
161.9

231.8
182.4

276.6
209.6

324.0
236.9

388.9
226 3

456.7
245 2

531 2
247 3

630 6
246 8

1,921.2 2,095.6 2,322.8 2,602.2 2,945.3 3,325.6 3,629.9 3,979.1 4,305.2 4,817.3
311.6 388.5 449.6 494.7 553.8 646.2 753.3 869.2 1,072.4 1,299.2
207.7 223.8 239.5 262.9 291.3 321.6 351.9 375.2 423.9 481.2
242.3 275.1 305.6 329.7 353.1 371.6 390.9 409.7 424.5 439.4
473.1 497.4 552.5 634.1 729.6 820.5 890,5 943.9 928.9 981.5
708.4 728.6 791.4 900.8 1,050.2 1,207.5 1,292.2 1,446.2 1,521.6 1,674.9

5,5144
1,536.7
547.0
474.2
1 074 9
1,956.2

6 271 4
1,813.0
720.3
505.7
1 157 3
2,163.9

59.0

74.6

88 8

1,631.9 1,767.2 1,964.2 2,229.6 2,549.6 2,866.5 3,138.6 3,459.5 3,710.4 4,095.0
720.0 749.4 809.2 897.0 1,025.4 1,146.3 1,246.9 1,349.1 1,428.0 1,564.1
396.4 447.4 515.8 594.4 667.1 723.8 778.7 807.0 823.8 963.6
746.6 841.1 937.8 1,045.3 1,139.5
390.8 442.8 498.5 571.7 661.0
166.6
196.1 249.8 272.0 365.6 413.4 427.9
124.7 127.6 140.7

4,649.3
1,745.8
1,108.5
1,258.4
536.5

5,183.4
1,916.6
1,215 6
1,376.5
6747

21.8

17.8

15.9

20.2

32.7

41.8

49.0

65.2

66.0

59.0
352.7

74 6
388.9

88 8
456.0

1,631.9 1,767.2 1,964.2 2,229.6 2,549.6 2,866.5 3,138.6 3,459.5 3,710.4 4,095.0 4,649.3 5,183 4
968.0 1,062.9 1,185.9 1,324.8 1,467.4 1,603.5 1,777.6 1,989.6 2,178.6 2,388.0 2,686.7 2,888.3
161.5
138.0
198.0 232.3 245.2 286.8 304.8 326.5 389.8 478.8
134.0 131.0
529.9 573.2 640.3 743.3 884.2 1,030.6 1,115.8 1,183.2 1,227.1 1,380.6 1 572 7 1 816 3
27.6
39.8
61.5
38.7
34.2
30.1
25.6
31.2
-18.3
3.7
30.3
47.7
7.3
14.1
14.5
4.8
3.1
3.0
10.8
16.9
25 4
11.5
11.9
15 5
328.5
157.9

367.7
172.3

407.5
204.3

463.0
245.4

534.2
301.8

606.1
348.5

688.8
375.3

780.5
360.8

882 5
346.1

974.8 1 087 4 1 196 2
390.6 439 5 547 1




of

44.

B.

on

and

—

at end of year, billions of dollars,
Transaction category, or sector
Private domestic
nonfinancial investors
34 Credit market claims
35 U S gOYefnmeot securities
36 Tax exempt obligations
37
and
....
38 Open market paper, etc
39
40
41
42

and
Currency

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980 | 1981

1982

423.3
165.2
69.1
54.6
33.4
101.0

459.4
183.4
77.5
60.9
30.5
107.2

496.5
196.3
80.8
71.6
30.8
116.9

534.1
219.2
81.5
71.4
34.6
127.4

593.6
257.5
83.6
65.2
42.9
144.5

691.5
311.7
93.7
63.9
51.4
170.7

736.4
336.3
100.4
52.9
48.2
198.7

899.6 1,048.7 1,254.9 1,566.9
398.9 487.2 612.6
765.3
140.5
184.1 227.3 326.7
57.8
52.5
67.7
74.7
56.4
63.0
61.6
92.5
245.9 262.0 285.7 307.7

365.8
112.1
49.2
50.9

1983

1984

1985

1,041.0 1,143.0 1,275.1 1,423.4 1,578.0 1,723.5 1,909.1 2,131.0 2,327.2 2,555.7 2,859.0 3,070.8
74.4
81.7
99.2
107.1
117.5
136.6
68.1
89.9
150.9
159.6
172.0
321.2 348.0 372.0 417.2
222.5 239.2 256.4 275.5
203.3 212.2

.

43

44

deposits
Money market fund shares

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 1,547.1 1,6969 1 831 2
45.2
74.4
181.9 206.6
3.9
162.5 209.7 207.5
10.8

45
46

Large time deposits

128.2

114.8

103.8

129.9

175.3

191.7

237.2

274.0

278.7

272.8

356.4

370.5

47

agreements
Foreign deposits

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

51.7
12.7

61.8
10.5

18.9

19.4

20.2

20.3

20.1

20.7

86.9

86.2
207.1

85.0
256.2

84.3
328.7

82.7
418.9

48

of

1,464.3
49
50

rate (percent)

15.7
84.9
112.1

(percent) . . .
51 Total foreign funds

1,771.6

16.0
84.3
109.6

16.3

17.1

18.0

18.1

84.6
120.2

85.7
162.0

86.6
201.8

86.2
224.6

86.5
not

52 Total
53 Mutual fund shares
54 Other equities

676.9
35.2
641.7

892.5 1,051.9
46.5
43.0
849.5 1,005.5

55 Held by financial institutions
56

154.1
522.7

210.3
682.2

243.0
809.0

995.4 1,028.3 1,230.7 1,635.7
1,810.6 2,151.5 2,183.3 2,777.3
45.4
63.5
63.8
51.2
45.8
129.3
89.5
161.2 293.6
950.0 982.5 1,179.5 1,572.3 1,505.0 1,721.1 2,022.3 2,022.1 2,483.8
232.2
763.2

245.3
783.1

458.4 595.7 594.3 809.1
290.0 382.7
940.7 1,253.1 1,199.3 1,352.2 1,555.8 1,588.9 1,968.2

BY

1.
6.
12.

1 of

by

net

14.
19.
27.
28.
30.

44, part A.
and
and

of
pool
1 less line 2 plus
12 and 13. Also line 21 less line 28 plus
line 34. Also
of
29 and 48 less
41 and 47.
and
40 less
41 and 47.
and
line
20.
at
and
of
to
net of
on
and
by
in
banks.

31.
and
at
32.
net
of
in
33.
and net
liabilities.
34. Line 14 less 21 plus line 28.
35-39.
15-19 less
acquired by
by private
39
41. Mainly an offset to
10.
48.
of
34 and 40, or line 14 less line 29 plus
41 and 47.
49.
2
by line 1.
50.
21
by line 14.
51. Sum of lines 11 and 30,
52. 54.
by

105

44, Flow of funds accounts—Continued
C. Sector statements of financial assets and liabilities
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars

Category

1974 \ 1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984 1985

Households, personal trusts, and nonprofit organizations

1 Total financial assets

2,186.4 2,541.1 2,879.8 3,056.3 3,346.2 3,824.5 4,497.5 4,793.4 5,357.1 6,024.8 6,613.1 7,624.1

2 Deposits and credit market
instruments1

1,163.6 1,277.0 1,419.0 1,576.1 1,749.4 1,949.5 2,146.4 2,400.4 2,625.7 2,896.9 3,321.0 3,692.9
847.8

940.1 1,062.0 1,189.5 1,321.5 1,450.4 1,620.5 1,826.4 2,000.9 2,197.9 2,496,5 2,676.4

163.6

170.4

186.2

205.2

228.3

622.6
2.4
59,2

719.6
3.7
46.4

835.8

36.4

930.9
3.9
49.5

996.9 1,056.9 1,140.2 1,187.1 1,323.8 1,536.8 1,689.2 1,828.9
10.8
45.2
74.4 181.9 206.6
162.5 209.7 207.S
85.5
98.8 142.0 161.7 158.8 147.9 223.8 221.1

315,8
127.2
111.3
63.3
48.0
15,8

336.9
138.7
126.2
67.4
58.9
12.5

357.0
145.5
129.8
72.0
57.8
15.6

386.6
163.4
142.3
76.8
65.5
21.2

427.8
188.9
161.6
80.7
80.9
27,3

499.2
228.0
182.8
79.9
102.9
45.2

525.9
242.7
190.6
72,5
118.1
52.1

574.0
273.5
214.8
68.2
146.6
58.8

624.8
279.7
227.2
68.3
158.9
52.4

699.0
318.8
263.6
71.5
192.1
55.2

824.5 1,016.5
392.3 448.4
311.1 302.1
74.5
79.8
236.6 222.3
81.1
146,3

61,9
54.6
55.3
16.9

68.1
60.9
58.4
10.9

70.1
71.6
63.7
6.1

70.1
71.4
71.6
10.1

72.7
65.2
82.9
18.1

83.2
63.9
99,3
24.7

89.9
52.9
116.6
23.8

101.4
49.2
133.3
16.5

129.6
57.8
143.5
14.2

171.9
52.5
145.7
10.1

213.6
67.7
151.6
-.8

18 Corporate equities
19 Mutual fund shares . . .
20 Other corporate equities

498,5
35.2
463.3

646.9
43.0
603.9

766.0
46.5
719.5

723.4
45.4
678.1

741.0
45.8
695.2

892.4 1,188.5 1,134.7 1,275.4 1,458.6 1,493.0 1,843.0
51.2
63.5
63.8
89.5 129.3 161.2 293.6
841.2 1,125.0 1,070.9 1,186.0 1,329.3 1,331.9 1,549,4

21 Life insurance reserves ..

158.4

166.5

175.3

184.8

196.0

206.7

216.4

225.6

22 Pension fund reserves
23 Security credit
24 Miscellaneous assets .

352.2
3,9
36.8

405.6
4,5
40.6

467.2
6.3
46.0

513.8
5.3
52.9

592.6
7.8
59.5

699.6
9.6
66.7

859.0
14.8
72.4

941.4 1,121.5 1,316.4 1,435.3 1,705,9
12,7
16.4
18.8
18.1
18.5
78.5
85.3
93.3
99.7
109.9

25 Total liabilities

741.5

794.7

892.8 1,036.3 1,208.5 1,389.0 1,507.9 1,633.9 1,722.4 1,920.6 2,156.9 2,459.1

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

714.8
431.8
164.6
48.8
1.3
23.7
15.2
29,4

765.5
469.9
172,3
50.7
2.7
24.8
13.7
31.5

856.7
529.9
193.8

11.4
8.3

12.1
9.4

17.2
10.5

7.1

7.7

8.4

3 Deposits
4 Checkable deposits and
currency
5 Small time and savings
deposits
6 Money market fund shares
7 Large time deposits
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

34 Security credit
35 Trade credit
36 Deferred and unpaid life
insurance premiums

106



3,7

54.6

4.7

25.6
14.6
33.4

249.4

263,9

295.6

311.7

232.8

350.8

240.8

373.8

246.0

418.9

312,0
74,7
155.3
26.2

253.8

996.9 1,165.2 1,341.7 1,450.6 1,573.8 1,655.3 1,842.8 2,081.4 2,376,1
620.0 729.3 848.7 944.5 1,023.0 1,064.5 1,174.7 1,304.1 1,453,3
301.4 318.2 335.0 383.7 460.5 549,9
230.6 273.6 312.0
91.0
109.0 123,2
83.1
74.5
58.3
64.0
80.3
71.1
41.0
51.0
77.5
29.6
16.7
13.6
8.1
10.7
21,1
38.9
41.4
43.8
36.4
31.5
29.6
33.8
26.7
28.1
36.9
36.0
41.0
31.6
17.4
19,9
33.5
27.3
20.8
76.5
79.4
87.3
65.8
73.2
54.7
35.7
39.5
45.9

18.5
11,7

19.7
13.2

20.7
14.9

27.2
17,2

25.5
19.8

29.3
22.2

37.7
24.0

34.6
25.8

41.1
28.0

9,3

10.3

11.7

12.9

14.7

15.5

16.1

15.1

13.9

44. Flow of funds accounts—Continued
C. Sector statements of financial assets and liabilities—Continued
Amounts outstanding at end of year, billions of dollars

1974 | 1975 [ 1976 | 1977
Transaction category, or sector

1978

1979 | 1980 [ 1981 | 1982 [ 1983 | 1984 ] 1985

Nonfmancial Corporate Business

37 Total financial assets

516,7

557.6

611.9

671.7

764.4

888.6

994.4 1,061.0 1,086.2 1,209.7 1,293.0 1,356.7

38 Liquid assets
39 Demand deposits and currency
40 Time deposits
41 Security repurchase
agreements
42 Foreign deposits

105,4
47.8
20.5

125.2
53.9
22.4

139.8
56.4
24.4

143.4
59.2
29.2

159.2
63.0
31.2

181.4
69.2
35.9

196.5
73,2
39.9

214.0
66.3
54.8

243.3
75.8
60.0

297.8
78.3
76.6

314.0
79.5
81.4

325.7
88.6
88,3

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

33.3
12.7

36.3
10.5

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

16.7
3.7
26.7

17.7
3.5

34.3

23.0
3.5
42.2

31.0
4.2
52.9

40.7

3.5

24.4

4.1
62.3

4.9
66,3

46 Consumer credit
47 Trade credit . ..

15.5
250.3

16.0
256.3

17.3
275.7

19.4
310.9

20.6
367.4

21,8
437.3

22.0
485.5

23.9
508.7

24.4
493.0

27.6
555.4

31.4
601.8

34.5
612.6

48 Miscellaneous assets
49 Foreign direct investments2
50 Insurance receivables
51 Equity in sponsored agencies . ..
52 Other

145.5
100.4
17.8
.4
26.9

160.1
114.1
20.0
.4
25.5

179.2
126.6
23.4
,5
28.8

198.0
135.4
27.8
.5
34.3

217.2
151.8
33.4
.6
31.4

248.2
178.2
38.9
.6
30.4

290.4
208.5
43.6
.6
37.7

314.5
224.8
47.3
.6
41.7

325.5
227.4
50.0
.7
47.4

329,0
236.5
53.5
.7
38.3

345.9
246.2
58.6
.7
40.4

384.0
260.2
62.1
.8
60,9

43
44
45

U.S. government securities
Tax exempt obligations , .
Commercial paper

18.7

30.7

53 Total liabilities

743.4

770.9

834.7

930.3 1,072.0 1,235.6 1,380.6 1,534.3 1,612.8 1,731.5 1,981.6 2,165.4

54 Credit market instruments
55 Tax exempt debt3
56 Corporate bonds2
57 Mortgages
58
Home mortgages .. .
59
Multifamily
60
Commercial

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

61
62
63
64
65

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

16.7
174.1

14.3
180.5

21.8
190.7

25.1

27.7

76.2

Bank loans n.e.c
Commercial paper
Acceptances
Finance company loans
U.S. government loans .

66 Profit taxes payable . . . .
67 Trade debt
68 Foreign direct investment
in United States . . .
MEMO
69 Net trade credit
Debt subtotals
70 Securities and mortgages . ,
71 Loans and short-term paper
72 Total short-term liabilities4 .
Ratios (percent)
73 Long-term debt to credit
market debt
74 Short-term debt to credit
market debt
75 Liquid assets to short-term
liabilities




34.6

836.5
35.0
338.5
77.5
6.1
37.2
34,2

914.2 1,018.4 1,091.1 1,147.5 1,339.8 1,495.8
59.3
74.5
45.9
83.9
102.4
127.6
365.1 386.9
405.5 421.6 468.7
536.6
78.7
77.4
80.0
81.0
81.1
81.4
8.4
4.6
5.1
5.3
8.6
8.9
41.4
40.8
40.6
41.6
41.8
41.7
34.0
30.9
32.7
31.6
30.7
30,8

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
80.8
8.4

341.9
42.7
9.1
90.2
9.6

383.0
37.6
9.8
92.3
10.9

401.9
36.8
9.5
102.4
10.4

479.4
58.5
10.7
127.3
11.6

508.4
72.2
9.9
145.2
14.5

20.3
212.8

24.6
263.9

27.1
317.6

25.3
357.9

18.5
388.7

4.5
392.5

9.8
437.1

10.5
471.7

2.1
488.0

30.8

34.6

42.5

54.5

83.0

108.7

124.7

137.1

159.6

179.5

75.8

84,9

98.0

103.6

119,7

127.6

120.0

100.5

118.3

130.1

124.6

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
423.2
806.5

524.9
493.5
900.7

557.5
586.4
652.3 745.6
533.6
561.0
687.5 720.5
930.6 1,008.0 1,169.7 1,240.3

56.5

59.6

60.0

58.7

57.0

53.9

53.7

51.5

51.1

51.1

48.7

49.8

43.5

40.4

40.0

41.3

43.0

46.1

46.3

48.5

48.9

48.9

51.3

50.2

25.1

30.1

31.1

28.3

26.2

24,8

24.4

23.8

26.1

29.5

26.8

26.3

107

45* Selected measures of nonfmancial business activity, 1985
1977-100; monthly data are seasonally adjusted. Exceptions are noted
Year

2
3
4
5
6
7

Market groups
Products total
Final, total
Consumer goods
Equipment .
Intermediate
Materials

Industry groups
8 Manufacturing

Feb. | Mar. | Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oc,.

Nov.

Dee,

124.5

123.6

123.7

124.0

124.1

124.1

124.3

124.1

125.2

125.1

124.4

125.4

126.4

129.6
130.4
118.8
145.7
126.8
115 4

129.8
130.4
119.1
145,3
127.7
115 4

130.3
130.8
119.8
145.4
128.6
115.5

130.8
131.3
119.5
146.9
129.3
115.0

131.4
131.7
120.0
147.1
130.3
114 2

131.6
131.6
120.4
146.6
131.4
114.3

131.6
131.8
120.1
147.3
130.7
113 8

133.0
133.3
121.5
149.0
132.0
114.5

133.1
133.3
121.8
148.6
132.3
114.2

131.8
131.9
120.8
146,6
131.5
1142

133.5
133.7
122.7
148.3
132.7
114 3

134.1
134.4
124.2
147.9
132.9
115 9

127 1

1 Industrial production, total

Jan.

131 7
1320
120.7
147 1
130.6
1147

Measure

125 9

125 8

126.3

1266

1266

126.7

1269

128.2

127.7

127 2

1284

129 1

80.3
80.3

80.7
81.7

80.4
81.5

80.5
81.4

80.5
80.9

80,3
80.1

80.1
80.1

80,1
79.5

80.7
79.9

80.1
79,5

79.6
79.3

80.2
79.2

80.4
80.1

161 0

153.0

1520

167.0

163,0

161 0

154.0

164.0

164.0

167,0

1680

162.0

1620

148.5
107 5

146.5
107.7
100.8

146,8
1075
100.6

147.3
107.5
100.4

147.6
107.6
100.1

148.0
107 5
99.9

148.1
107.3
99,7

148.5
107.2
99.5

148.9
107.3
99.6

149.3
107.1
99.1

149.8
107 5
99.4

150,1
107.6
99.7

150.6
107.9
99,9

923

920

1

Capacity utilization (percent)
9 Manufacturing
10 Industrial materials industries . . .
1 1 Construction contracts
(1977 = 100)2-3
12 Nonagricultural employment,
total4
13 Goods-producing total
14
Manufacturing total
15
Manufacturing, production
worker
16 Service-producing
17 Personal income, total5
18 Wage and salary disbursements . .
19
Manufacturing
20 Disposable personal income5
21 Retail sales (1977^ 100)6 . . . . . . .
22
23

Prices7
Consumer
Producer finished goods

108



999
924

936

1709

167.8

93 3
168.3

93.0
169.1

92,6
169.5

170.3

92.0
170,5

91.8
171.1

91.9
171.7

91,5
172.4

91 8
173.0

173.5

92 4
174.0

511.0
457.1
3407
203 6
189,9

499.2
444.3
338 1
199.3
183.4

503.8
446.8
336 1
198.9
185.8

505.5
450.2
338 8
197.6
185.9

510.3
452.4
338 0
203.6
189.6

507.6
453.9
338 8
207,2
189.2

509.0
456.6
339.4
202.1
188.3

510.5
456.9
3392
202.7
189.9

511.3
459.2
340.7
202.8
193.0

513.6
461.9
341.3
203.5
197.7

516.7
464.3
3449
204,9
190.5

519.3
467 .1
344 8
205.9
191.6

5253
471.3
348 3
208,2
194.0

322.2
293 7

316,1
292.1

317,4
292.6

318.8
292.1

320.1
293.1

321.3
294.1

322.3
294.0

322.8
294.8

323.5
293.5

324.5
289.9

325.5
294.8

326.6 327,4
296, 1 297,2

46. Output, capacity, and capacity utilization, 1985
A. Output
1977 = 100; quarterly data are seasonally adjusted
Year

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

1 Total industry

124.5

123.8

124.2

124.8

125.4

2 Mining , ,
3 Utilities

109.0
113 2

110.1
114,2

110.0
113 6

108.5
111 4

1076
113 7

4 Manufacturing

127.1

126.0

126.6

127.6

128.2

5 Primary processing1
6 Advanced processing2

108.8
138.1

107.5
137.1

108 1
137.9

1095
138.6

110 4
1390

114.7

115.4

114.5

114.2

114.8

121.8
80,6
112.2
1124
123.7
113.6
104 3

123.6
80.6
110.9
111 6
126.3
113.2
1050

121.4
802
111.2
111 0
121.8
112.6
105 2

120.7
794
113.7
114 1
123.8
114.6
103 2

121 4
824
113 8
1140
1245
114 2
104 2

Series

7 Materials
8 Durable goods
9 Metal
. .
10 Nondurable goods
1 1 Textile paper and chemical
12
Paper
....
13
Chemical
14 Energy

, ...
*

B. Capacity
1977 output = 100; quarterly data are seasonally adjusted
Year

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

1 Total industry

154.5

152.8

154.0

155.1

156.2

2 Mining
3 Utilities

133.8
1350

133.4
133.7

133.6
1345

133.9
1354

134,1
136 3

4 Manufacturing

158.3

156.5

157.7

158.9

1602

5 Primary processing1
6 Advanced processing2

132.2
1740

131.6
171.4

132.0
173 2

132.4
1749

132 8
1767

7 Materials1

142.9

141.6

142.5

143.4

144.3

158.2
117.3
138 0
137.2
136 3
142.3
120.5

155.9
117.3
137 3
136.7
136 1
141.5
120,0

157.4
117.3
137 8
137.0
136 2
142.0
120.3

158.9
117.3
138 2
137.4
136 3
142.6
120.6

160.5
117 3
138 7
137 8
136 5
143 1
120.9

Year

Ql

Q2

Q3

Q4

1 Total industry

80.6

81.0

80.7

80.5

80.3

2 Mining
3 Utilities , .

81 5
83,9

82.6
85.5

82 3
84.4

81 0
82.3

80 2
83.4

80.3

80.5

80.3

80.3

80.0

82.3
794

81.6
80.0

81.9
79.6

82.7
79.2

83 1
78 7

80.3

81.5

80.4

79.6

79.5

77.0
68.8
81.4
82 1
91.1
79.8
86.6

79.3
68.7
80.7
81.7
92.8
80.0
87.5

77.1
68.4
80.7
81 0
89.4
79,3
87.5

76.0
67.7
82,2
83.0
90.8
80.4
85.5

75.6
70.3
82,0
82 7
91,2
79.8
86,1

Series

8 Durable gcxxls
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

5 Primary processing
6 Advanced processing2
7 Materials3
8 Durable goods
9 Metal
10 Nondurable goods .
11 Textile paper and chemical
12
Paper
13
Chemical
14 Energy




, . ..

109

47, Labor force, employment, and unemployment, 1985
Thousands of persons; monthly data are seasonally adjusted. Exceptions noted
Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

180,440

179,600

179,742

179,891

180,024

180,171

180,322

117,695
115,461

116,970
114,754

117,208
114,982

117,559
115,335

117,481
115,256

117,566
115,339

117,250
115024

103,971
3,179

102,996
3,319

103,262
3,325

103,637
3,314

103,519
3,353

103,655
3,284

103,461
3 140

8,312
7.2
62,745

8,439
7.4
62,630

8,395
7.3
62,534

8,384
7.3
62,332

8,384
7.3
62,543

8,400
73
62,605

8,423
7.3
63,072

9 Nonagricultural payroll employment3

97,692

96,419

96,591

96,910

97,120

97,421

97,473

10 Manufacturing
....
11 Mining . . . .
12 Contract construction .
,
13 Transportation and public utilities
14 Trade
15 Finance
16 Service . . . .
.
..
17 Government

19,424
969
4,661
5,30!
23,188
5,924
21,931
16,294

19,604
974
4,534
5,259
22,776
5,790
21,382
16,100

19,561
976
4,525
5,272
22,857
5,809
21,480
16,111

19,526
977
4,553
5,269
22,963
5,835
21,644
16,143

19,467
982
4,641
5,278
23,013
5,858
21,723
16,158

19,426
982
4,658
5,301
23,140
5,888
21,813
16,213

19,3<)8
9^4
4,638
5295
23,193
5,906
21,856
16,213

Category
HOUSEHOLD SURVEY DATA
1 NoninstHutional 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

..

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

180,492

180,657

180,831

181,011

181,186

181,349

117,501
115,272

117,595
115,343

118,049
115,790

118,355
116,114

118,376
116,130

118466
116,229

103,751
3,120

104,115
3,095

104,502
3,017

104,755
3,058

104,899
3,070

105 0^5
3,151

8,401
73
62,991

8,133
7,1
63,062

8,271
7.1
62,782

8,301
7.1
62,656

8,161
70
62,810

8,023
6.9
62,883

97,707

97,977

98,217

98,559

98,801

99,086

19,351
969
4660
5,302
23 226
5,932
21 926
16,341

19,362
965
4,688
5,282
23,305
5,959
22,073
16,343

19,279
962
4,721
5,317
23 344
5,987
22,155
16,452

19,338
960
4,753
5,327
23,440
6,011
22,244
16,486

19,381
954
4,754
5,342
23,473
6,048
22,365
16,484

19,433
952
4770
5,350
23 550
6,068
22450
16,513

HOUSEHOLD SURVEY DATA
1 Nonlnstitutional population1

...
1

2 Labor force (including Armed Forces)
3 Civilian labor force
Employment
4
Nonagricultural industries^
5
Agriculture
Unemployment
6
Number
7
Rate (percent of civilian labor force)
8 Not in labor force
...
ESTABLISHMENT SURVEY DATA
9 Nonagricultural payroll employment^
10 Manufacturing
11 Mining
12 Contract construction
13 Transportation and public utilities . . .
14 Trade
15 Finance
1 6 Service . . .
. . .
17 Government
,

no




48. Industrial production1
Monthly data arc seasonally adjusted

1977
proportion

Groups

1985
1985
avg.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov. 1 Dec.

Index (1977 = 100)

MAJOR MARKET
124.0

124.1

124.1

124.3

124.1

125.2

125.1

124.4

125.4

126.4

131.7
132.0
120.7
147.0
130.6
114.7

129.6 129.8 130.3
130,4 130.4 130.8
118.8 119.1 119.8
145.7 145.3 145.4
126.8 1277 128.6
115.4 115.4 115.5

130.8
131.3
119.5
146.9
1293
115.0

131.4
131.7
120.0
147.1
130.3
114.2

131.6
131.6
120.4
146.6
131.4
114.3

131.6
131.8
120.1
147.3
1307
113.8

133.0
133.3
121.5
149.0
132.0
114.5

133,1
133.3
121.8
148.6
132.3
114.2

131.8
131.9
120.8
146.6
131.5
114.2

133.5
133.7
122.7
148.3
132 7
114.3

134.1
134.4
124.2
147.9
132 9
115.9

6.89
2.98
1.79
1.16
.63
1.19
3,91
1.24
1.19
.96
1.71

112.9
115.1
112.0
98.9
136.3
119.8
111.3
129,6
130,4
118,9
93,7

112.8
114.2
112.5
102.5
131.1
116.8
111.6
126 1
126.6
112.7
100.6

112.8
115.4
111.7
100.7
132.0
121.1
110.9

127.2
117.9
95.1

111.5
113.1
109.0
100.5
124.7
119.4
110.2
126 9
127.1
118.1
93.7

111.8
113.6
109.6
98.1
130.9
119.6
110.4
129.3
128.7
116.9
93.1

112.0
113.4
109.4
97.0
132.3
119.4
110.9
131.5
131.7
119.6
91.2

111.3
115.0
113.7
101.1
137.2
116.8
108.4
121 6
123.2
122.2
91.2

114.0
120.0
120,2
101.3
155.4
119.6
109.5
124.5
125.5
119.5
93.0

112.9
117.8
116.6
98.8
149.7
119.5
109.3
123.7
125.6
120.2
92.7

111.4
112,9
108.7
92.3
139.1
119.3
110.2
126.3
128.6
120.1
92.9

115.5
116.8
113.7
94.9
148.6
121.4
114.5
139 4
141.9
122.9
91,9

116.8
116.6
112.0
99.9
134.5
123.4
116.9
145.4
148.4
118.9
95.2

18.63
19 Nondurable consumer goods
3.34
20 Clothing
15.29
21 Consumer staples
22
Consumer foods and tobacco . . 7.80
7.49
23
Nonfood staples
24
Consumer chemical
2.75
products
25
Consumer paper products . . 1.88
2.86
26
Consumer energy
1.44
27
Consumer fuel
1,42
28
Residential utilities

123.6
96.8
129.4
129.7
129.1

121 1
96.0
126.6
127.1
126.0

121 4
96.3
126.9
127.8
126.0

122.1 122,5
95.8 94.8
127.9 128.5
128.0 129.4
127.7 127.6

123.1
95.8
129.0
128.9
129.1

123.5
95.4
129.6
130.5
128.7

1234
96.3
129.3
130.1
128.5

124.2
96.4
130.3
130.8
129.7

125.1
97.9
131.0
131.5
130.5

124.3
98.0
130,1
129,5
130,6

125.4
100.0
131.0
130.7
131.2

127.0
99.4
133.0
132.4
133.6

147.5
143.8
101.9
88.6
115.5

142.9 143.2
141 2 138.1
99.9 101.5
85 1 840
115.0 118-4

145.1 147.3
142.0 143.7
101.5 102.1
90.0 90.2
113.2 114.4

145.4
144.6
102.2
88.8
115.9

145.4
144.9
101.5
892
114.0

149.1
143.9
101.8
91.1
112.7

151,4
144.7
101.0
85.8
116.5

149.4
145 5
102.9
902
115.8

152.4 152.9
145.7 148 0
101.4 105.6
90 1 92 3
112.9 119.2

147.4
140.7

1479
141.3

149.7
143.0

149.4
142.2

147 5
139.6

149 7 149 4
141.7 141.4

100.00 124.5

1 Total index
2 Products
3 Final products
4
Consumer goods
5
Equipment
6 Intermediate products
7 Materials

.

57.72
44.77
. . 25.52
19.25
12.94
42.28

Consumer goads
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 . . .

Equipment
29 Business and defense
30 Business
31
Construction, mining, and
farm
....
32
Manufacturing
33
Power
. . ..
34
Commercial
35
Transit
36
Defense and space
Intermediate Products
37 Construction supplies
, ....
38 Business supplies
39 General business supplies
40 Commercial energy products

18.01
14.34

123.7

127 1

113.5
115.1
110.5
101.3
127.5
122.0
112.2
131 8
131.8
117.7
95.0

145.1
141.7
101,9
870
117.1

147 8 145 5 145 rt 146 1 147.7
141.2 140.4 140.0 140.2 142.0

147.9
141.9

2.08
3.27
1.27
5.22
2.49
3.67

67.7 68.8
112.8 111.6
83.8 82.5
219.0 217.4
106.1 106 7
173,6 165.3

68.3
112.3
81.8
217.0
104.Q
167.3

67.1 68.4 67.4 67.7
112.0112.4 113.1 111.9
82.8 84,1
79.6 81.8
218.9221.8 222.8 219,6
104.5 106.0 102.9 103.4
169.0 170.1 171.2 173.4

68.6
113.5
85,6
219,5
103 3
173.9

67,2
115.1
84.5
222.8
106.0
175.5

67.0
114.8
85.1
219.4
108.3
177.5

65.9
111.7
85.5
213.9
109.7
178.7

68.2
112.8
84.7
217.7
111.2
180.7

5.95
6.99
5.67
1.31

118.9
140.5
144.3
124.0

116.2
135.9
1402
117.1

115.7
137.9
141.1
124.1

116.9
138.6
141.9
124.5

117.4
139.4
143.4
122.4

118.1
140.7
144.4
124.6

119.2
141.7
146.1
122.7

119.4
140.3
144.4
122.7

121.5
140.9
145.1
122.5

121.3
141.7
145.4
125.7

120.0
141.2
144.8
125,7

120.9 120.7
142.7 143.3
146.7 146 8
125.3 128.1

124.2
102.6
166.7
109 1
83.5
110.9

123.3
102.2
164.2
1090
84.1
111.4

123.3
102.1
163.3
109.6
85.1
110.3

122.8
101.8
161.1
110.0
86.6
110.4

120.7
100.1
157.8
108.2
82.0
111.3

120.8
98.7
157.3
109.6
85.0
111.8

120.2
98.3
157.0
1086
82.5
112.8

121.8
100.0
158.7
110.2
85.1
113.5

120.2
99.0
156,5
108.7
82.8
114.7

120.4
100.2
154.0
109.9
85.8
113.4

121.7
101.6
155.0
111 4
87.6
113.0

122.1
101.5
155.1
112.3
88.5
114.9

111.5
90.3
127.5
113.3

112.1 111.3 110.5 110.9
93.5 93.0 94.1 95.0
126.0 125.4 121.3 120.9
113.5 112.7 112.3 112.9

111.7
97.3
123.3
112.6

113.5
100.2
125.0
114.0

113.8
104,4
122.8
113.8

115.1
104.1
123.7
115.9

113.5
101.2
121.1
115.0

113.2
104.4
123.0
112.8

115.2
102.1
129.3
114,8

109.2
103.9
107.0
98.2

109.4 107,2 110.1
104.9 106.2 105.3
107.6 110.2 107.9
100.0 99.0 100.6

112.5
105.3
107.8
100.6

112.0
105.1
109.0
98.1

110.8
103.5
107.4
96.2

112.7
102.7
106.4
95.9

113,5
103.4
106.8
97.0

113.3
104.2
108.2
96.8

112.5
102.5
106.7
94.7

113.9
105,8
109.0
100.1

Materials
20.50 121.8
41 Durable goods materials
4.92 100.7
42 Durable consumer parts
5.94 158.9
43 Equipment parts
9.64 109.7
44 Durable materials n e e
4.64 84.8
45
Basic metal materials
10.09 112.3
46 Nondurable goods materials
47 Textile, paper, and chemical
7.53 112.6
materials
1.52 98.3
48
Textile materials
1.55 123.9
49
Pulp and paper materials
50
Chemical materials
. . 4.46 113.6
51 Miscellaneous nondurable
2.57 111.3
materials
52 Energy materials
. . . , 11,69 104.4
7.57 107.9
53 Primary energy
4.12 98,1
54 Converted fuel materials




123.6

68.3
112.8
87,1
217,9
1077
180.7

111

48. Industrial production1—Continued
Monthly data are seasonally adjusted

Groups

1985

1977
proportion

Jan.

15.79
9.83
5.96
84.21
35.11
49.10

SIC
code

111.4
110.5
1130
125.9
123.2
127 8

Feb.

Mar.

Apr. 1 May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dee.

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

Nondurable manufactures
11 Foods
. ,

10
11.12
13
14

111.6
110.6
113.4
126.7
125.5
127.6

109,4
108.7
110.7
126.9
125.6
127.9

109.1
108.3
110.3
128.2
126.6
129.4

110.3
108.4
113 2
127.7
126,9
128.3

109.9
108,4
1124
127.2
126,4

mi

108.9
106.9
112 2
128.4
127.3
1292

110.8
107.4
116 5
129.1
128.0
1299

.50 70.5 74.5 83 6 81,2 78.3 77.5
1.60 118.5 121.5 131.9 128.5 128.7 134,0
7.07 110.7 108.2 106.8 106.5 106.9 106,9
.66 118.5 119.8 118.7 118.5 118.7 117.9

60.9
128.0
106.9
116.6

73.1
127.7
105.5
117.7

71 4
126.3
106.0
119.3

742
130.1
104.8
120.4

78.3
125.5
103,5
119,0

741
128.0
104.4
114.0

111.9
109.5
115.8
125.8
123.8
127.2

111.8
110.5
113 9
126.3
123.9
1280

111.1
109.6
113 6
126.6
124,3
128 2

111.3
109.8
113.7
126.6
124.7
127 9

12
13
14
15

Tobacco products .
Textile mill products
Apparel products
Paper and products

20
21
22
23
26

7,96 128.2 129.4
.62 97,2 103.8
2.29 93 6 98.5
2.79 102.6 103.1
3.15 128.3 126,4

128.5 130.8 131.4 131.8
103,4 98.4 95.7 98.9
994 99 0 100.0 103.3
101.3 100.2 100.3 99,2
126.9 125.1 124.1 127.1

132.2
96.0
104.1
100.6
129,0

132.6
97.7
106.3
100.4
127.5

132.5
97.8
1067
101.8
128.6

130.7 131.4 132.6
105.3 104.5 103,5
1049 1080 1061
102.6 103.9 105.0
127,3 128.2 132,3

16
17
18
19
20

Printing and publishing . . . .
Chemicals and products
Petroleum products
Rubber and plastic products . . .
Leather and products

27
28
29
30
31

4.54 150,4 150.3 152.6 154.2 155.4 156.7
8.05 125 7 125,8 1265 125 8 126,7 126.4
2.40 84.1 84.0 84.7 87.3 87.4 87.1
2.80 145.9 145.7 144.1 144.9 144.3 145.5
71.0 71.5
,53 69.1 69.2 69.4 69.9

154.3
126.4
88.3
145,6
72,2

156,3
128.2
88.2
148,0
72.7

156.2
1290
85.9
148.6
72.3

157.0
1279
87.7
148,7
71.4

159.0
1280
87.3
150.5
72.1

158.4
12H S
88,7
150.0
69,9

Durable manufactures
21 Lumber and products
22 Furniture and fixtures
23 Clay, glass, and stone products .

24
25
32

2.30 109.2 109,1 109.5 110.9
1.27 136.5 139.0 139.2 141.0
2,72 112.7 110.5 111.4 114.5

112,2 113.5
142.0 141.9
116.3 116.1

113.0
145.3
115.1

114.8
144.3
116.2

115.9
143.2
116.2

116.5
141.9
115.6

115.6
144.1
115.2

116.S
142.1
118.2

76.4
65.4
108.3
149.1
169.3
120.9
110.5

78.3
67.6
107.4
145.6
169.5
121,8
110.5

79.0
68.7
107.3
147.5
165.7
123,7
112.8

82.0 80.3
71.6 69,7
107.8 107 5
149.2 146.5
166.1 165.1
126,8 126.2
116,8 115.3

83.1
74.4
1084
143.0
165.1
124.5
111.7

83.6
75,3
1079
145.6
168.9
126,5
114.5

81.7
72.0
108.8
146.0
171.9
126,8
115.4

3.87 130.5 131,4 133.7 134.1 134.9 137.1
2.66 138.7 138.7 139.0 138.5 139.9 140.7
96.4 96.0 98.3 98.3 96.8
1.46 99.0

138.5
141,1
95.9

140.4
141.8
97.2

141.1
139.4
96.4

141.9
139,8
95.9

142.9
140.7
94.5

142.3
140.6
96.3

119.5 119.4

117,5

116.7

120.6

119,3

118.7

124.4

33
Primary metals
331.2
Iron and steel
34
Fabricated metal products . . . .
35
Nonelectrical machinery
36
Electrical machinery
37
Transportation equipment . . . .
371
Motor vehicles and parts . . .
Aerospace and miscellaneous
transportation
372-6.9
equipment
38
32 Instruments
39
33 Miscellaneous manufactures . . .

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Utilities
34 Electric

5.33
3.49
6.46
9.54
7.15
9.13
5.25

81.7
71.0
1064
145.0
176.0
120.4
113.0

4.17 118.9

80.2
68.5
107.6
144.9
173.2
120.5
112.5

81 8
73.2
108 6
146.5
173,1
120.8
111.3

121.9 119.5

81,4
7L9
109 1
148.9
168.9
120.7
110.9

119.1

Gross value (billions of 1972 dollars, annual rates)
MAJOR MARKET
35 Products, total

761.3

764.2 769.5 774.3 776.3 779.0 769.0 778.7 777.9 772.2 782.8 783.3

36 Final
37 Consumer goods
38 Equipment
39 Intermediate

606,5
358.8
247,6
154.9

608.7
360.9
247.8
155.5

112




613.3
364,6
248.7
156,3

617.4 618.1 620.1 610.1
366.1 366.6 367.3 361.7
251.4 251.5 252.8 248.4
156.9 158.1 158,9 158.9

618.6
366,2
252.4
160.1

617,8 613.0 622.4 622.1
365.6 363.8 370.5 373,6
252,2 249.3 251.9 248.5
160.1 159.2 160.4 161.2

49. Housing and construction, 1985
Monthly figures are at seasonally adjusted annual rates except as noted

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Jtem

Apr.

|

May

June

1

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Private residential real estate activity (thousands of units)

NEW UNITS
1 Permits authorized
2
1-family .
3
2-or-mor£-family

1,635
903
732

1,624
927
697

1,741
993
748

1,704
948
756

1,778
933
845

1,712
961
751

1,694
967
727

1,784
990
794

1,808
949
859

1,688
965
723

1,661
918
743

1,873
978
895

4 Started . ,
,
5
1-family
6
2-or-morc-family

.,.

1,804
1,039
765

1,632
1,111
521

1,849
1,147
702

1,851
1,129
722

1,684
1,041
643

1,693
1,036
657

1,673
1,068
605

1,737
1,071
666

1,653
1,006
647

1,784
1,118
666

1,654
1,006
648

1,882
1,098
784

7 Under construction, end of
period
8
1-family
9
2-or-morc-family

1,072
573
499

1,068
579
488

1,065
577
488

1,086
581
506

1,082
579
504

1,073
574
499

1,071
577
494

1,079
582
499

1,065
568
496

1,089
578
512

1,087
570
517

1,089
562
529

1,702
1,086
616

1,771
1,079
692

1,691
1,048
643

1,659
1,070
589

1,635
1,028
607

1,758
1,078
680

1,722
1,042
680

1,720
1,032
688

1,778
1,100
678

1,541
1,072
469

1,721
1,095
626

1,757
1,139
618

13 Mobile homes shipped . . . .

275

279

286

288

287

272

285

286

283

291

287

285

Merchant builder activity
in 1 -family units
14 Number sold
15 Number for sale, end of
period'

629

676

698

648

684

710

745

708

681

637

722

712

355

359

356

355

355

354

351

348

350

353

353

351

82.5

82.0

84.2

85.6

80.1

86.3

82,1

83.3

84.6

85.4

87.2

88.6

98.3

96.2

100.9

104.7

98.1

99.6

99.4

99.2

102.6

102.7

104.1

107.1

2,980

2,890

3,000

3,020

3,040

3,070

3,170

3,430

3,480

3,530

3,450

3,520

73.8
87.7

74.0
88.0

74.6
89.0

74,8
89.8

75.2
90,3

76.5
91.9

76.7
92.7

77,2
93.2

75.9
91.4

75.2
91.2

74.9
90.3

75.5
91.8

10 Completed
11
1-family
12 2-Qr-mote-family

Price (thousands of
dollar*)2
Median
16 Units sold
Average
17 Units sold
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
CONSI RUCTION

21 Total put in place

341,038 334,254 333,723 341,861 339,SM3 343,837 344,206 343,246 346,084 344,502 343,847 351,669

283,688 276,452 274,575 281,988 276,420 278,939 279,521 279,371 282,505 282,115 281,284 286,914
22 Private
23 Residentiiil
155,260 146,042 146,195 146,539 142,254 147,158 148,699 146,858 148,915 150,873 149,670 150,690
24 Nonresidcmtial, total . . . . 128,428 130,410 128,380 135,449 134,166 131,781 130,822 132,513 133,590 131,242 131,614 136,224
Buildings
15,195 15,815 14,585 17,283 16,443 15,170 15,384 15,118 15,567 15,630 16,271 17,357
25
Industrial
58,524 58,922 59,382 61,219 60,064 58,290 57,956 59,910 61,227 60,740 61,101 64,496
26
Commercial
27
Other
11,889 12,054 11,245 12,663 12,929 12,786 12,578 12,957 12,769 12,250 12,495 12,048
28
Public utilities and
44,904 44,528 44,027 42,622 41,747 42,323
other
42,820 43,619 43,168 44,284 44,730 45,535
29 Public
30 Military
3 1 Highway
32 Conservation and
development
33 Other




57,350
2,969
17,759

57,802
3,036
18,416

59,148
3,078
19,176

59,873
3,166
19,920

63,523
3,349
22,314

64,897
3,426
21,093

64,686
3,364
19,589

63,875
2,966
20,224

63,580
3,008
19,585

62,387
3,086
19,193

62,563
3,040
19,826

64,755
3,452
20,827

4,645
31,977

4,674
31,676

4,727
32,167

4,393
32,394

5,051
32,809

5,410
34,968

5,075
36,658

4,824
35,861

5,254
35,733

4,892
35,216

5,176
34,521

4,978
35,498

113

50. Consumer and producer prices, 1985
Percentage changes based on seasonally adjusted data, except as noted
3 months (at annual rate) to

1984
Dec.

1985
Dec.

Ql

Q2

Q3

04

Index
level
(1967 1=
100)

1 All Items

4.0

3.8

4.0

3.3

2.4

5.3

327.4

2 Food
3 Energy items
4 All items less food and energy .
5 Commodities
6 Services

3.8
.2
4.7
3.1
5.6

2.7
1.8
4.4
2.1
5.7

1,8
.6
5.2
5.1
5.4

.6
6.9
3.5
-.9
6.2

2,1
-3.2
3.4
1.1
4.8

5.9
3.3
5.4
3.6
6.5

313.2
426.5
320.7
262.2
385.8

1.7
3.5
-4.1
2.2
1.8

1.8
.3
.0
2.7
2.7

-.1
-3.3
-21.3
5.3
5.1

2.2
-5.7
24.7
1.9
1.5

-2,7
-2.9
-11,3
-.5
-1.1

9.5
15.0
22.2
5.0
5.4

297.2
274.4
736.1
254.7
303.5

1.7
2.1

-.1
-.2

-1.9
-.4

.6
.8

-1,3
-.7

2.7
-.3

325.2
304.2

-6.4
-4,3
-4.5

-21.5
-13.1
-5.5

-16.7
4.4
-7.8

-8,7
-5.9
-4.4

27,9
-2.0
1.0

236,8
739,5
242.6

12 months to
Item
CONSUMER PRICES*

PRODUCER PRICES
7 Finished goods
8 Consumer foods . . .
9 Consumer energy
10 Other consumer goods . . . .
11 Capital equipment .
12 Intermediate materials^
13 Excluding energy
14
15
16

Crude materials
Foods
Energy
Other

-1.2
-1.3
-3.4

1 month to

Jan.

Feb.

Mar,

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Se pt.

Oct.

Nov.

Dee.

.2

.3

.5

.3

.2

.2

.2

.2

.2

.4

.6

.4

.2
-.5
.3
.4
,3

.2
-.9
.6
.6
.5

.1
1.5
.4
.2
.5

.0
1.1
.3
.1
.4

-,1
A
.3
-.3
.6

.2
.1
.3
.0
.5

.0
-.2
.3
-.1
.5

.1
-.4
.4
.2
.5

.4
-.2
.2
.2
.2

.1
-.2
.5
.5
.6

.7
.6
.5
.2
.7

,6
,4
.3
.2
.4

-.1
7 Finished goods
- .4
8 Consumer foods
9 Consumer energy
-2,6
.5
10 Other consumer goods . . . .
11 Capital equipment
A

.0
.0
-2.5
.3
.6

.0
- .4
-,9
.4
.2

.5
-,6
6.1
.0
.1

.2
-.8
3.0
,2
.1

-.2
-.1
-3.3
.3
,r

.2
.9
-1.1
.4
.1

-.3
-.7
-1.5
.0
,2

-.6
-1.0
-.4
-.5
-.6

1,0
1.8
.1
.8
1.1

.7
1.0
2.8
.3
.2

.5
.7
2.2
,2
.1

.0
.1

-,4
-.2

-.1
.0

.3
-.1

.3
.1

-.5
.1

-.2
-.1

-.1
.0

-.1
-.1

.1
-.1

.2
.0

.3
.0

-1.4
-2.0
-.3

-1.9
-.4
-3.6

-2.7
-1.0
2.5

-2.6
.4
.5

-1.5
1.5
-1.8

-.4
-.8
-.8

-.5
-.3
.4

-3.4
-1.3
-.7

1.7
.0
-.9

2.4
.0
.7

4.3
-.1
.0

-.5
-.5
-.4

CONSUMER PRICES*
1 All items
2 Food
3 Energy items
4 All items less food and energy .
5 Commodities
6 Services .
PRODUCER PRICES

12 Intermediate materials^
13 Excluding energy
14
15
16

Crude materials
Foods
Energy .
Other

114




51. Gross national product and income, 1985
Billions of current dollars except as noted; quarterly data are at seasonally adjusted annual rates

Qi

Q2

Q3

04

3,988.5

3,917.5

3,960.6

4,016.9

4,059.3

2,582.3
361.5
912.2
1,308.6

2,525 0
351.5
895.7
1,277.8

2 563 3
3565
910.2
1,296.6

2,606 1
376.0
914.5
1,315.6

2634 8
3620
928,3
1,344.6

669 3
661.8
476.2
170.2
306.0
185,6

657 6
639.1
459.6
166.1
293.5
179.4

672 8
657 3
474.2
169.7
3045
183.1

666 1
665.9
478.5
170.4
308.1
187.4

6807
685 0
492,5
174.5
318 0
192.5

7,5
11,8

18.5
14.2

15 5
10.8

.2
3.1

-4 3
19.0

14 Net exports of goods and services
15 Exports
16 Imports

-78.5
369.9
448.4

-42.3
379,6
421 9

-70.3
369.2
439 5

-87.8
363.2
451 0

-113.4
367.8
481 2

17 Government purchases of goods and services
18 Federal
19 State and local

815 4
355.4
460.0

777 2
334,4
442.8

794 8
337 8
457.1

8325
364.8
467.7

857 2
3847
472.5

3 981 1
1,639.3
709.2
930,1
1,930,5
418 7

3 899 0
1,628,4
706.2
922.1
1,887.6
401 5

3 945 0
1,6360
705.9
9302
1,908.2
416 3

4016 7
1,650.8
714.8
935.9
1,939.9
4262

4063 6
1 642 2
710.0
932 2
1,986.4
430 6

75

15 5

1i

18 5
16.9
16

2

6.4

13 7

66

-4 3
13.4
-17 7

3,570.0

3,547.8

3,557.4

3,584.1

3,590.8

30 Total

3,211.3

3,155.3

3,192.2

3,228.0

3,269.9

31 Compensation of employees
32 Wages and salaries
33
Government and government enterprises
34
Other
35 Supplement to wages and salaries
36
Employer contributions for social insurance
37
Other labor income

2,372.5
1,960.3
370.8
1,589 7
412.2
205.8
206.4

2,320.4
1,917.7
362,6
1,555 1
402.7
201.8
200,9

2,356.9
1 9476
367.4
1 580 2
409.4
204.6
204 8

2,385,2
1,970,1
372.6
1,597.5
415.1
206.7
208.4

2,427.5
2,005 8
379.7
1,626 1
421.7
210.2
211 5

242.2
221.0
21.2

239.4
212.9
26.5

240.9
218 1
22.8

237.5
225.3
12.2

250.9
227 6
23.3

13.8

11.0

13 8

14.5

159

295.5
225.3

281.7
220.0

288.1
218.7

309.1
228.6

70 9
287,4

61 1
302.9

67 2
292.4

75.9
281.8

303.1
233.8
-10 1
79 4
272.6

Account

Year

1

GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT
1 Total
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
11

By source
Personal consumption expenditures
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Services
Fixed investment
Nonresidential
Structures
Producers' durable equipment
Residential structures

12 Change in business inventories
13 Nonfarm

By major type of product
20 Final sales total
21 Goods
22
Durable
23
Nondurable
24 Services
25 Structures
26 Change in business inventories
27 Durable goods
28 Nondurable goods
29 MEMO: Total GNP in 1982 dollars

1.8

-6.4

NATIONAL INCOME

38 Proprietors* income1
39 Business and professional1
40 Farm1
41 Rental income of persons^
1

42 Corporate profits 3
43 Profits before tax
44 Inventory valuation adjustment
45 Capital consumption adjustment
46 Net interest
.




-.6

.7

22

4.7

115

52. Personal income and saving, 1985
Billions of current dollars; quarterly data are at seasonally adjusted annual rates. Exceptions noted
Year

Qi

Q2

Q3

04

1 Total personal income

3,293.5

3,240.9

3,280.1

3,298.5

3,354.3

2 Wage and salary disbursements
3 Commodity-producing industries
4
Manufacturing
5
Distributive industries
6
Service industries
7
Government and government enterprises

1,960.5
607.3
457.6
468.8
513.6
370.8

1,917.6
600.1
453.5
459.8
495.2
362.5

1,948.6
604.7
454.9
467.4
508.1
368.4

1,970.1
607,6
457.2
471.2
518.7
372.6

2,005.8
616.9
464.7
476.H
532.4
379.7

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 intsurance benefits

206.4
242.2
221.0
21.2
13.8
78.9
456.3
484.5
253.4

200.9
239.4
212.9
26.5
11.0
77.9
462.8
477.6
249.2

204.8
240.9
218.1
22.8
13.8
78.7
460.5
481.0
250.7

208.4
237.5
225.3
12.2
14.5
79.1
450.6
488.1
256.5

211.5
250.9
227.6
23.3
15.9
79.8
451.4
491.2
257.1

17

149.1

146.3

148.3

149.7

152.0

3,293.5

3,240.9

3,280.1

3,298,5

3,3543

492.7

501.7

462.4

498.2

508.5

2,800.8

2,739.2

2,817.7

2,800,2

2,845.9

LESS* Personal outlays

2,671.8

2,608.4

2,650.6

2,697.6

2,730.6

22 EQUALS* Personal saving

129.0

130.9

167.2

102.6

115.2

14,916.9
9,664.6
10,483.0
4.6

14,875.4
9,595.8
10,411.0
4.8

14,884.0
9,638.0
10,595.0
5.9

14,958.6
9,722.8
10,447.0
3.7

14,949.2
9,701.9
10,479.0
4.0

27 Gross saving

553.4

578.3

571.7

537.3

526.1

28
29
30
31

694.3
129.0
126.9
-.6

677.7
130.9
116,3
.7

723.6
167.2
122.6
2.2

681.8
102.6
137.8
4.7

694.2
115.2
131,0
-10.1

269.2
169.2
.0

264.3
166.3
.0

266.8
167.0
,0

270.9
170.5
,0

274.B
173.2
.0

-141.0
-200.0
59.0

-99.4
- 162.6
63.2

-151.9
-209.1
57.3

-144,5
-201.3
56.9

-168,0
-226.9
58.8

Account
PERSONAL INCOME AND SAVING

LESS: Personal contributions for social insiiranee

18 EQUALS* Personal income
19

....

LESS: Personal tax and nontax payments

20 EQUALS* Disposable personal income
21

MEMO: Per capita (1982 dollars)
23 Gross national product
24 Personal consumption expenditures
25 Disposable personal income . . . .
26 Saving rate (percent)
GROSS SAVING

Gross private saving
Personal saving
Undistributed corporate profits'
Corporate inventory valuation adjustment

Capital consumption allowances
32 Corporate
.
33 Noncorporate
34 Wage accruals less disbursements . ,
35 Government surplus, or deficit ( - - ) , national income
and product accounts
,
36 Federal
....
37 State and local

39 Gross investments
40 Gross private domestic
41 Net foreign
42 Statistical discrepancy

116




.,

.0

.0

.0

.0

.0

554.0

38 Capital grants received by the United States, net

580.8

567.0

539.9

528.2

669.3
= 115.3

657.6
-76.8

672.8
= 105.8

666.1
-- 126.2

680.7
-152.5

.6

2.5

-4.7

2.5

-3.9

53. Summary of U.S. international transactions
Millions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted except as noted1
19 84

Item
1 Balance oti current account
2 Not seasonally adjusted

1984

1985

1985

Qi

Q2

Q3

Q4

Q2

Ql

Q3

Q4

- 106,466 -117,676 -20,240 -27,833 -28,273 -30,117 -26,112 -29417 - 28 455 -33,695
- 18 054 -28 445 -31 958 -28 009 -23 529 - 30 363 -32 275 -31 510

3
4
5
6
7
8

-112,522 - 124,439 -25,801 -29,094 -28,453 -29,174 -25,045 - 30 367 -31 675 -37,352
Merchandise trade balance2
53,614
54,590
55,691
56,005
55,324
53,875
52,727
Merchandise exports
219,900 214,424
52,498
-332,422 -338,863 -79,415 -83,684 -84,144 -85,179 -80,369 -84,242 -84,173 -90,079
Merchandise imports
-281
-615
-234
-696
-246
-1,827 -2,917
Military transactions, net
-729
-619 -1,322
7,414
3,896
3,405
4,038
2,219
5 449
18 751
8 262
Investment income net3
25,187
9,255
116
-42
240
-312
1,288
-524
796
419
-32
Other service transactions, net . . .
'-422

9

Remittances, pensions,
and other transfers
U.S. government grants
(excluding military)

10
11

Change in government assets
other than official reserve
assets, net (increase, — ) . . . .

12 Change in official reserve
assets (increase — )
13 Gold
14 Special drawing rights
15
16

Reserve position in International
Monetary Fund
Foreign currencies . . . .
...

17 Change in U.S. private assets
abroad (increase — )3
Bank-reported claims . .
No nbank- reported claims
U.S. purchases of foreign
securities, net
21 U.S. direct investments
abroad, net3
18
19
20

22 Change in foreign official assets in
the United States (increase, +) .
23 U.S. Treasury securities
24 Other U.S. 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 assets 3
in
United States (increase, +) . . .
29 U.S. batik-reported liabilities . . . .
30 U.S. nosibank-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
34 Allocations of SDRs . . . .
35 Discrepancy
36 Owing to seasonal adjustments
37 Statisticid discrepancy in
recorded data before
seasonal adjustment




-3,787

-896

-917

-875

-933

-1,056

-881

-914

-937

-8 536 -11,196

-1,472

-1,522

-2,232

-3,310

-2,224

-2 577

-3087

-3,307

-2,824

-2,029

-1,386

-1,388

-717

-807

-1,055

-422

-540

-3 130 -3 858
0
0
-397
-979

-657
0
-226

-565
0
-288

-799
0
-271

-1,109
0
-194

-233
0
-264

-356
0
-180

-121
0
-264

-3 147
0
-189

-995
-1,156

-200
-231

-321
44

-331
-197

-143
-772

281
-250

72
-248

388
-245

168
-3,126

18,630 -14,512
17,817 -7,241
1,541
1,103

530
335
1,058

-3,621

-5,523

908
-3,869

- 14 987 - 25 755
-885 - 18,220
-11,127
-1,557 -20,146
-691
1,564
1,665
873
5,081

-1 382 = 5 324 - 19,579
3,450
4,009 -8,485
1,706 -1,517
418

-5,082

-7,977

671

-832

-1,185

-3,736

-2,577

-2,325

-1,664

-3,859

-18,752

-872

1,194

457

-4,638

1,714

-4,213

-6,152 -10,101

3,037
4,690

-1,324
-546

-2,947
-274

-157
-271

-765
-571

6,906 -11,066
5,806 -7,174

8,486
8,685

2,577
-81

-1,322
-1,976

13

-295

3

146

84

-220

-306

136

46

-171

436

483

159

576

-154

-144

-445

606

58

263

555
-2,657

522
-1,488

-2,242
-593

363
-970

400
-524

2,034
-570

-3,025
-116

-107
-834

2,932
-378

722
-160

99,730
33,849
4,704

128,431
40,387
-1,172

25,198
11,525
5,066

42,120
21,590
4,714

3,433
-5,192
-3,056

28,979
5,926
-2,020

25,313
12,078
-2,156

16,872
606
-1,837

33,088
7,276
589

53,158
20,427
2,232

23,059

20,500

1,959

6,347

5,318

9,435

2,217

5,123

7,484

5,676

12 759

50 859

1 449

460

1,510

9,340

9,567

7,223

11 628

22,441

25,359

17,857

5,199

9,009

4,853

6,298

3,607

5,757

6,111

2,382

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

o

27,338

23,006

1,560
-455

6,040
-573

9,162
-3,274

10,570
4,305

12,375
1,094

6,852
-1,174

= 1,343
-3,687

5,125
3,771

27,338

23,006

620

7,002

12,723

6,993

11,282

8,026

2,344

1,354

-1,411

117

53. Summary of U.S. international transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars; quarterly figures are seasonally adjusted except as noted1

1985

1984
1984

Item

1985
Ql

38
39
40
41

MEMO:
Changes in official assets
U.S. official reserve assets
(increase, — )
Foreign official assets in the
United States excluding line
27 (increase, +)
Changes in OPEC official
assets in the United States
(part of line 22 above)
Transfers under military grant
programs (excluded from
lines 4, 6. and 10)

Q2

Q3

Q4

Ql

Q2

Q4

-3,858

-657

-565

2,601

-1,807

-3,106

-732

-611

-4,304

-6,599

-2,525

-2,127

64

41

44

-3,147

7,880

2,519

-1,585

-1,923

-1,843

-1,831

-1,002

61

10

12

15

28

-499

190

-121

847

-799

-356

7,050 -10,621

-3,130

-233

Q3 |

-1,109

45

54. U.S. foreign trade, 19851
Millions of dollars; monthly data are seasonally adjusted
Year

Item
1 Exports of
domestic
and foreign
merchandise
excluding
grant-aid
shipments. . .

| Feb.

213,146

18,673

345,276

2 General imports
including
merchandise
for
immediate
consumption
plus entries
into bonded
warehouses. ,
3 Trade balance .

| Jan.

28,773

-132,129 -10,163

| Mar. | Apr.

| May

| June | July

| Aug. | Sept. | Oct.

| Nov. | Dec.

17,143

20,330

17,973

18,337

18,012

16,727

16,584

17,034

17,618

17,721

16,994

25,941

28,725

28,572

29,302

30,136

27,000

26,247

31,349

28,429

30,010

30,728

-8,798 -8,395 -10,599 -10,%5 -12,124 -10,274 -9,663 -14,315 -10,811 -12,290 -13,734

55, U.S. reserve assets, 1985
Millions of dollars, end of period
Type
1 Total
2
3
4
5

Gold stock1
Special drawing rights2*3
Reserve position in International Monetary Fund2*4 . . . .
Convertible foreign currencies3

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

34,380

34,272

35,493

35,493

35,782

36,088

11,095
6270
11,322
5,693

11,093
6,301
11,097
5,781

11,093
7,041
11,386
5,973

11,091
7,049
11,382
5,971

11,091
7 158
11,370
6,163

11 090
7 408
11,394
6,196

Jan.

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

37,071

37,154

38,295

41,657

42,852

43,186

11 090
7,958
11,513
6,510

11 090
7,894
11,478
6,692

11 090
8,672
11,686
6,847

11 090
11,798
11,843
6,926

11 090
12,554
11,955
7,253

11 090
12 856
11,947
7 293

July
1 Total
2
3
4
5

Gold stock1
Special drawing rights2*3
Reserve position in International Monetary Fund2'4 . . . .
Convertible foreign currencies5

118




|

|

56. Selected U.S. liabilities to foreign official institutions
A. By type
Millions of dollars, end of period

1984

Item

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr,

May

June

July

Aug.

1 Total1

76,160

176,758

174,846

175,534

172,118

174 114

177 471

177 426

2 Liabilities reported by banks in the 3United States2
3 U S. Treasury bills and certificates
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4 Marketable
5 Nonmarketable4
6 U.S. securities other than U.S. Treasury securities5

22,702
55 327

23,100
56084

23,293
53 681

23 994
53 171

23 219
51 035

23 656
53 977

25 739
51 974

26 398
54 022

69,059
7 250
21 822

69,064
6600
21,910

69,550
6600
21,722

70,194
6600
21 575

69,879
6600
21 385

68 983
6600
20 898

69 162
6600
20996

70530
5 800
20 676

1984

19 85

Sept.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

178,366

180,553

176,886

173,430

169,931

170648

24056
54627

26,826
55,780

25,860
59,570

26089
59976

23 337
56662

23 465
52 474

23 065
54685

22 786
57 226

68 562
5 800
20458

67,700
5 800
20,054

67,099
5 800
20,037

69019
5 800
19 673

71 558
5 800
19 529

72 903
5 300
19 288

67 635
5 300
19 246

67 010
4 900
18 726

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

173,765

173,765

180,753

181,310

180,328

178 331

179 971

178 743

23,168
56691

23,168
56691

22,068
60727

23,340
60921

25,889
56493

27,014
54 398

29,276
54 331

26,611
53 252

70 541
4 500
18,865

70 541
4,500
18,865

75 013
4,500
18,445

75 117
3 550
18,382

76 181
3 550
18,215

74 972
3 550
18 397

74 735
3 550
18 079

77 447
3 550
17 883

Jan.

....

Nov.

176,069

May

2 Liabilities reported by banks in the3United States2
3 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4 Marketable
5 Nonmarketable4
6 U.S. securities other than U.S. Treasury securities5

Oct.

173,503

1 Total1 . . .,

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

68,394

70,108

1,241
6,798
90,893

1,435
8,086
90,954

6,175

6,006

1985
1

1 Total

2 Liabilities reported by banks in the United States2
3 U.S. Treasury bonds and certificates3 . ,
U.S. Treasury bonds and notes
4 Marketable . 4
5 Nonmarketable
6 U.S. securities other than U.S. Treasury securities5

B. By area
Millions of dollars, end of period

19 84
Item

65,740

Western Europe1
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
...
Africa

67,449

67,274

69,529

69,634

2,511
6,343
92,669
1,056
7,841

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6

69,774

2,329
7,505
91,042
1,067
7,366

1,944
6,364
91,089
1,038
7,137

1,557
7,449
89,033
1,062
6,904

1,248
6,441
86,992
1,179
6,624

994
6,966
88,898
1,007
6,475

970

837

19 85

1984
Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

67,735

68,315

70,528

69,776

68,282

67,402

63,731

65,645

1,069
6,978
90,832

1,321
8,043
91,905

5,993

5,604

1,466
8,811
90,115
1,396
6,050

1,528
8,561
93,954
1,264
5,470

1,491
7,471
93,059
1,120
5,463

1,136
7,285
91,054
1,397
5,156

1,715
7,540
90,783
1,200
4,962

1,403
7,549
89,998
1,403
4,650

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

,....

67,933

70,337

73,299

75,234

74,514

74,257

76,832

74,290

2 Western Europe1
3 Canada
.
4 Latin America and Caribbean

1,558
8,093
90,214
1,262
4,705

1,571
8,489
91,424
1,299
4,690

2,010
8,868
90,877
1,259
4,440

1,664
9,531
89,606
1,110
4,165

1,561
10,539
88,326
1,397
3,991

1,586
10,100
87,288
1,410
3,690

1,507
10,871
85,876
1,629
3,256

1,314
11,121
86,995
1,824
3,199

1 Total
2
3
4
5
6

Western Europe1
Canada ,
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia , . , , . . . .
Africa

..

896

972

19 85

1 Total

6 Africa .




..

119

57. 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

1984
Item

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

1 All foreigners

360,885

372,677

379,885

382,390

398,573

403,101

398,685

396,7^4

2 Banks' own liabilities . .
3 Demand deposits .. .
4 Time deposits'
5 Other2
6
Own foreign offices3

266,581
16,124
88,941
22,711
138,804

275,299
16,635
92,016
25,488
141,159

287,167
17,389
97,473
24,007
148,299

288,573
17,163
96,981
24,301
150,128

305,620
17,181
103,683
26,443
158,313

305,693
17,657
105,549
23,345
159,142

302,486
16,355
109,515
25,731
150,885

296,434
16,229
107,649
23,451
149,105

94,304
71,405
17,981
4,919

97,378
74,659
17,771
4,948

92,718
70,201
17,982
4,535

93,817
70,431
18,598
4,788

92,953
69,067
18,731
5,155

97,408
72,863
19,469
5,076

96,199
71,948
19,314
4,937

100,330
74,798
20,541
4,991

11 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations7

5,199

8,934

6,373

6,356

7,951

5,110

5,589

5,998

12 Banks' own liabilities .
13 Demand deposits . .
14 Time deposits1
15 Other2

3,307
271
2,615
421

440
,2
347
1,661
2,412

4,177
414
2,686
1,077

3,528
194
2,468
866

4,864
255
1,790
2,820

2,975
182
2,264
529

2,837
142
2,313
382

2,210
325
1,546
339

16 Banks' custody liabilities4
17 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
18 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6.
19 Other

1,892
1,045
847
0

4,514
3,416
1,098
0

2,196
1,224
971
0

2,827
1,759
1,068
0

3,087
2,057
1,030
0

2,135
887
1,248
0

2,752
1,709
1,023
20

3,788
2,722
1,067
0

20 Official institutions8 .

78,029

79,184

7,7
693

77,165

74,255

77,633

77,712

80,421

21 Banks' own liabilities ,
22 Demand deposits . .
23 Time deposits1
24 Other2

16,498
1,753
7,255
7,489

17,517
1,663
7,616
8,238

17,125
1,938
6,707
8,480

17,629
1,761
7,473
8,395

16,974
1,729
7,308
7,938

16,635
1,909
7,522
7,204

18,428
1,875
7,927
8,625

18,278
2,003
8,070
8,20.1

25 Banks' custody liabilities4
26 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
27 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6. . .
28 Other

61,531
55,327
6,157
47

61,667
56,084
5,523
60

59,848
53,681
6,149
19

59,536
53,171
6,187
178

57,280
51,035
627
,0
38

60,998
53,977
6,930
91

59,284
51,974
7,256
55

62,142
54,022
8,110
10

29 Banks*

219,787

224,668

235,961

236,664

251,412

254,298

250,059

244,036

30 Banks' own liabilities
31
Unaffiliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits

196,798
57,994
8,172
35,735
14,087

201,680
60,521
8,388
38,126
14,007

212,948
6,4
469
8,260
42,674
13,715

213,573
63,445
8,784
40,283
14,378

227,521
69,208
8,864
45,316
15,028

228,848
69,706
9,100
45,644
14,962

223,871
72,986
8,174
48,727
16,085

217,764
68,65')
7,884
46,803
13,972

138,804

141,159

148,299

150,128

158,313

159,142

150,885

149,105

22,989
11,097
7,474
4,417

22,988
11,158
7,426
444
,0

23,013
11,312
7,496
4,205

23,090
11,356
7,625
4,109

23,892
11,762
7,618
4,512

25,450
13,468
7,538
444
,4

26,188
13,720
7,957
4,511

26,272
13,408
8,259
4,605

57,870

59,890

60,578

62,206

64,955

66,060

65,325

66,309

56,261
6,333
49,270
658

57,235
646
,6
50,119
650

57,350
6,163
50,548
639

58,18?,
6,017
51,229

7 Banks' custody liabilities4
8
U.S. Treasury bill and certificates5
9 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6.
10 Other

33

34

35

Timf* H*»TVicitel
2

Other

Own foreign offices3
4

36 Banks' custody liabilities
37 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
38 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6.. .

39

Other

40 Other foreigners
41 Banks' own liabilities ,
42 Demand deposits .
43 Time deposits1
44 Other2
45 Banks' custody liabilities4
46 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates5
47 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6
48 Other
49 MEMO: Negotiable time certificates of deposit held
in custody for foreigners

120




49,978
5,927
43,336
714

51,681
6,237
44,614
831

52,917
6,778
45,405
734

53,842
6,423
46,757
662

7,893
3,935
3,503
455

8,209
4,001
3,724
484

7,661
3,984
3,366
311

8,364
4,145
3,718
501

8,695
4,214
3,876
605

8,825
4,531
3,753
541

7,975
4,546
3,078
351

8,127
4,646
3,1(X>
375

10,307

9,416

9,688

10,128

10,630

10,986

10,923

11,456

57. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States—
Continued
A. By holder and type of liability—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1984

1985

Item
Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

1 All foreigners

399,173

389,006

399,753

407,306

399,419

405,277

413,238

410,750

2 Banks' own liabilities
3
Demand deposits
4 Time deposits1 .
5
Other2 ,
6
Own foreign offices^

.,.

299,867
17,171
112,033
22,276
148,387

289,932
16,490
109,572
24,133
139,736

297,614
18,356
112,305
23,407
143,546

306,898
19,571
110,413
26,268
150,646

302,017
17,975
114,370
23,516
146,157

311,932
19,360
116,971
25,201
150,400

317,336
18,114
119,387
25,124
154,711

313,023
18,302
117,848
24,449
152,424

7 Banks' custody liabilities4
8
U.S Treasury bills and certificates5
. ..
9 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6 . . .
10
Other „

99,306
73,802
20,781
4,723

99,074
73,883
20,199
4,993

102,139
77,059
19,645
5,436

100,408
76,368
18,747
5,293

97,403
73,635
18,192
5,577

93,345
69,189
18,068
6,089

95,902
71,552
18,099
6,251

97,726
73,078
18,337
6,311

1 1 Nonmonetary international and regional
organ izations7

6,579

4,801

5,952

4,454

7,094

5,977

6,070

6,331

12 Banks' owci liabilities
13 Demand deposits
14 Time dt^sits1 .
15 Other2

3,605
209
2,626
770

2,053
144
1,513
396

2,879
354
2,214
311

2,014
254
1,267
493

3,736
417
2,847
472

2,257
341
1,101
815

2,498
191
1,653
654

3,302
167
2,441
694

16 Banks' custody liabilities4
17 U.S Treasury bills and certificates
18 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6 . . .
19
Other ,'

2,975
1,834
1,140
0

2,748
1,455
1,292
0

3,073
1,448
1,604
21

2,440
916
1,524
0

3,358
1,921
1,429
8

3,719
2,258
1,461
1

3,572
2,082
1,490
0

3,029
1,434
1,593
2

20 Official institutions8

78,683

82,606

85,430

86,065

79,999

75,939

77,749

80,012

21 Banks' owi liabilities
22 Demand deposits
23 Time deposits1
24 Other2

16,392
1,969
7,858
6,565

19,239
1,725
8,660
8,854

18,764
2,133
9,440
7,191

19,039
1,823
9,374
7,842

16,997
1,780
8,385
6,831

17,294
1,872
8,723
6,699

16,851
1,923
8,533
6,395

16,646
1,975
9,191
5,481

25 Banks' custody liabilities4
,
26 U.S Treasury bills and certificates5
6
27 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments . .
28
Other . .

62,291
54,627
7,646
18

63,367
55,780
7,526
61

66,666
59,570
6,910
186

67,026
59,976
6,966
84

63,002
56,662
6,287
53

58,645
52,474
6,086
85

60,898
54,685
6,109
105

63,366
57,226
6,007
133

29 Banks9

*

246,639

234,163

240,246

248,893

241,812

250,155

257,529

252,932

30 Banks' own liabilities
31
Unaffilisited foreign banks
32
Demand deposits
33
Time deposits1
34
Other

*

220,959
72,572
8,477
49,781
14,315

209,283
69,547
8,389
46,774
14,383

216,014
72,468
9,436
47,739
15,293

225,368
74,722
10,556
47,095
17,071

219,237
73,080
9,030
48,594
15,456

227,818
77,418
9,656
50,844
16,917

235,096
80,385
9,137
54,106
17,142

230,500
78,076
9,266
51,473
17,337

Own foreign offices3

.

.

,
»

148,387

139,736

143,546

150,646

146,157

150,400

154,711

152,424

36 Banks' custody liabilities4
37 U S Treasury bills and certificates
,
38 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6 . . .
39 Other

25,680
12,862
8,511
4,307

24,880
12,414
7,891
4,575

24,232
11,919
7,445
4,868

23,525
11,448
7,236
4,841

22,575
10,933
6,527
5,114

22,336
10,493
6,254
5,589

22,433
10,602
6,206
5,625

22,432
10,446
6,235
5,751

40 Other foreigners

«

67,272

67,437

68,126

67,894

70,514

73,206

71,890

71,475

«
,
.4

58,911
6,517
51,769
626

59,357
6,232
52,625
500

59,958
6,433
52,912
612

60,477
6,938
52,678
861

62,047
6,747
54,544
756

64,562
7,491
56,302
769

62,891
6,863
55,095
933

62,576
6,895
54,743
938

45 Banks' custody liabilities
46
U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
,
47 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6 . . .
48
Other '"
.

8,360
4,478
3,483
399

8,080
4,234
3,489
357

8,168
4,122
3,686
360

7,417
4,029
3,021
367

8,468
4,118
3,948
402

8,644
3,964
4,267
414

8,998
4,182
4,294
522

8,899
3,973
4,501
425

11,048

10,685

10,437

10,476

9,287

9,169

9,412

9,145

35

41 Banks' owji liabilities
42
Demand deposits
43
Time dejjosits1
44
Other2
4

49 MEMO: Negotiable time certificates of deposit held
in custody for foreigners




121

57. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States—
Continued
A. By holder and type of liability—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1985
Item

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 All foreigners

411,387

412,699

417,089

420,075

420,758

417,541

421,341

434,671

2 Banks' own liabilities
3
Demand deposits
4 Time deposits1
5
Other2
6
Own foreign offices3

,

315,931
17,705
120,714
25,694
151,818

317,112
19,419
116,211
25,943
155,539

319,568
17,626
115,960
25,996
159,987

321,257
17,735
118,998
25,738
158,787

323,339
20,926
115,186
29,789
157,438

321,857
18,450
114,438
28,932
160,037

324,049
20,940
114,314
29,856
158,939

340,373
21,107
116,716
29,461
173,082

7 Banks* custody liabilities
8 U S Treasury bills and certificates5
9 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6 . . .
10 Other

95,456
71,597
17,690
6,169

95,587
73,061
16,284
6,242

97,521
75,440
16,165
5,916

98,818
75,699
16,707
6,412

97,419
73,398
17,160
6,861

95,684
72,163
16,755
6,766

97,292
73,189
16,979
7,124

94,298
68,785
17,964
7,549

1 1 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations7

6,859

5,844

5,019

7,353

7,467

6,766

7,803

5,566

12 Banks' own liabilities
13 Demand deposits
14 Time deposits1
15 Other2

4,554
264
3,912
377

4,063
164
3,158
740

3,243
134
2,556
553

5,569
252
4,366
951

3,275
243
2,261
771

1,842
143
1,299
399

1,535
252
1,051
233

2,366
85
2,067
214

16 Banks' custody liabilities4
17 U.S Treasury bills and certificates
18 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6 . . .
19 Other

2,305
775
1,531
0

1,782
642
1,140
0

1,777
767
1,010
0

1,784
742
1,042
1

4,192
2,759
1,433
0

4,924
3,636
1,287
1

6,268
5,069
1,195
5

3,200
1,736
1,464
0

79,859

81,546

82,795

84,261

82,382

81,412

83,608

79,862

.

17,667
1,630
8,743
7,294

17,817
1,881
9,166
6,769

17,223
1,546
9,121
6,556

17,836
1,538
9,340
6,959

20,262
2,151
8,954
9,157

21,178
1,707
10,277
9,195

23,323
2,018
10,523
10,783

20,825
2,077
10,935
7,813

25 Banks' custody liabilities4
. ,.
26 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates3
27 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6 , . .
28 Other

62,192
56,691
5,451
50

63,730
58,589
5,062
78

65,572
60,727
4,725
120

66,425
60,921
5,291
213

62,120
56,493
5,492
135

60,234
54,398
5,767
69

60,284
54,331
5,848
105

59,037
53,252
5.7U
75

29 Banks9

252,080

254,019

257,710

256,432

257,690

256,379

255,021

274,991

30 Banks' own liabilities
31
Unaffiliated foreign banks
32
Demand deposits
33
Time deposits1
34
Other2

230,153
78,335
8,714
52,568
17,053

232,293
76,753
9,847
49,739
17,166

236,085
76,098
8,647
49,759
17,692

234,188
75,401
8,594
49,846
16,961

235,063
77,625
10,468
48,744
18,413

234,428
74,391
9,045
47,833
17,514

233,188
74,249
10,043
46,809
17,397

252,290
79,208
10,271
48,962
19,975

Own foreign offices3

151,818

155,539

159,987

158,787

157,438

160,037

158,939

173,082

36 Banks' custody liabilities
37 U S Treasury bills and certificates
38 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6 . . .
39 Other
.

21,926
10,216
6,104
5,606

21,727
9,745
6,289
5,693

21,625
9,934
6,390
5,301

22,244
9,966
6,569
5,710

22,627
9,952
6,462
6,213

21,951
9,897
5,906
6,148

21,832
9,429
5,853
6,551

22,701
9,554
6,153
6,994

40 Other foreigners

72,589

71,289

71,565

72,029

73,219

72,984

74,909

74,251

63,557
7,098
55,491
969

62,940
7,526
54,147
1,267

63,018
7,299
54,524
1,195

63,664
7,351
55,446
867

64,740
8,064
55,227
1,449

64,409
7,555
55,029
1,825

66,002
8,627
55,932
1,444

64,892
8,673
54,752
1,467

45 Banks' custody liabilities4
46 U.S. Treasury bills and certificates
47 Other negotiable and readily transferable instruments6 . . .
48 Other

9,032
3,915
4,604
512

8,349
4,085
3,793
471

8,547
4,012
4,040
495

8,365
4,071
3,805
489

8,479
4,193
3,774
513

8,575
4,232
3,795
548

8,907
4,360
4,084
463

9,359
4,243
4,636
480

49 MEMO: Negotiable time certificates of deposit held
in custody for foreigners

9,081

8,679

8,567

8,903

9,228

9,088

9,152

9,845

4

20 Official institutions8
21 Banks* own liabilities
22 Demand deposits
23 Time deposits1
24 Other2

35

4

.

....

41 Banks* own liabilities
42
Demand deposits
43 Time deposits1
44 Other2

122




57. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States—
Continued
B. By area and country
Millions of dollars, end of period
1<>84

Area and country

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

360,885 372,677

379,885

382,390

398,573

403,101

398,685

396,764

355 685 363,743
135,459 140,671
756
755
3 242
2972
372
355
398
298
10098
8 122
4,599
3,829
513
513
7,627
7,653
4,210
4008
1,452
1,481
352
377
1,664
1,645
1,755
1,896
32 392 32721
400
334
64,532
61,908
477
505
4,970
5,882
74
62
451
482

373 512
143,236
861
3 392
285
287
10733
4,878
503
7,400
4451
1,285
403
1,749
1,838
32 874
318
65,107
479
5,753
177
464

376 035
148,395
883
3 617
307
485
10740
5205
528
7,818
4968
1,847
414
1,707
1,673
33 393
335
67,860
448
5,594
61
510

390,622
152,299
867
4,704
378
405
12,119
3,990
594
8,313
4,955
1,536
401
1,663
1,962
33,454
444
69,027
511
6,439
53
484

397,991
157,065
770
5,169
291
1,248
11 670
3,692
596
8,153
5,836
2,084
425
1,774
1,486
35,952
315
69,937
556
6,486
41
584

393 096
153,673
668
4 848
429
947
12031
3,973
600
6,965
5 615
1,624
440
1,825
1,833
34 222
340
69,778
525
6,544
31
435

390766
151,603
758
4789
408
489
11 528
3 758
566
8,361
5 116
2,026
539
1 971
2,095
33 754
354
67,900
435
6,180
47
532

17,224

16722

17,488

17,572

19,221

18 164

136 722 139 176 144 651
4,374
4,534
4 301
53,743 59,649
53,266
2901
3 173
2 749
3,420
2,931
3,666
32,474
32,677
32,995
1,878
1,935
1 811
1 669
1 840
1 586
8
9
13
821
826
828
815
812
800
132
131
113
10,514
10,528
10,823
4581
3 848
4979
5,478
5,560
5,372
1 154
1 146
1 130
1,425
1,326
1,284
8 582
9461
9 334
3,915
3,688
3,541

145 358
4627
58,369
3 111
3,816
33,004
1,972
1 814
8
969
850
127
11,019
4756
5,482
1 192
1,343
9081
3,817

153,528
4,553
64,317
3,276
3,579
33,589
1,887
1,767
10
885
842
131
11,691
4,746
6,293
1,259
1,380
9,434
3,888

153 133
4,505
62,844
2,598
3,655
34,609
1,970
1 809
9
908
825
157
11,788
4,512
6,673
1,279
1,309
10,129
3,553

148 858
4,409
60,075
2 544
4,153
33,680
2,140
1 801
7
845
811
116
11,332
4,263
6,678
1 278
1,302
9 684
3,740

150 423
4381
60,065
2743
4,660
33,780
2,050
1 791
7
951
831
126
11,865
4252
6,507
1 273
1,319
10046
3,776

Jan.
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
Portugal
15
Spain
16
Sweden
17
Switzerland
18
Turkey
19
United Kingdom
20
Yugoslavia
.. .
21
Other Western Europe1
22
U S SR
23
Other Eastern Europe2
24

Latin America and Caribbean
Argentina
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
,.
Ecuador
Guatemala
Jamaica
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Asia .
China
Mainland
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan
Korea
. . .
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting countries3
Other

57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

16,319

Canada

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

.

. .

Feb.

17 719

56,268

55,636

57,975

55,234

57,251

60,272

61,801

61,364

249
4,339
6 234
670
1,103
786
17,026
1 617
1,244
776
12,607
9618

168
4,368
5 920
749
866
752
17,565
1,545
1,289
622
11,737
10055

272
4,273
6422
687
743
836
19,201
1,741
1,266
714
12,364
9,455

312
4,469
5 494
657
794
716
18,862
1,416
1,026
636
12,331
8519

410
4,446
5,769
646
897
754
20,516
1,328
1,130
730
11,662
8,962

479
4,672
6,277
498
1,281
768
19,440
1,282
1,032
875
12,414
11,256

644
4,891
5,999
631
937
804
19,434
1,400
976
779
14,792
10,515

603
4,866
5 986
800
1,137
726
19,726
1,637
1,084
782
13,200
10,815

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
,
Oil-exporting countries4
Other

2,939
589
109
486
61
874
821

3,088
587
138
502
66
839
957

3,111
561
122
538
77
893
920

3,303
649
127
264
119
1 167
978

3,132
698
132
329
124
886
962

3,341
893
133
420
136
816
943

3,145
858
128
409
99
706
946

3,052
743
119
350
101
775
964

Other countries
Australia
All other

7 979
7,742
237

7,451
7,197
255

7,315
7,095
220

7023
6,803
220

6,925
6,685
240

6,609
6,316
293

6,399
6,095
304

6,159
5,758
401

5,199
4,614
433
152

8,934
8,292
457
186

6,373
5,556
451
366

6,356
5,641
419
296

7,951
7,376
428
146

5,110
4,491
438
180

5,589
4,965
431
193

5,998
5,223
445
330

67 Nonmonetary international and regional organizations
68 International5
69 Latin American regional
70 Other regional6




123

57. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States—
Continued
B. By area and country—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1984
Area and country

64
65
66

Apr.

413,238

410,750

384,205
146,993

393,802
151,175

402,852
153,145

617

615

392,325
149,257

399,301
152,088

407,168
151,628

4,093

337
407

434
487

4,114

670

404,419
149,081

3,613

625

4,000

4,638

4,797

530
735

452
804

4,795

11,554
3036

11,641
3,331

11,935
3,425

609

602

12,701
3,358

11,908
3 586

12,430
3258

12,7E2
2923

13,622
3 539

10,762
4,731
1,548

649

8,981
4,421
1,895

11,061
5,013
1,693

730

8,271
5,239
1 912

9,482
4,657
1,712

9,108
4,616
1,635

8,412
4,928
1,889

7,895
4,448
2,138

1,984
2008
33,835

1,905
1,945
33,248

1,873
1,839
32,179

2,082
1,676
31,740

2,016
2,133
31,437

1,887
1,486
31,580

2,079
1,667
30,421

65,173

67,865

68,671

506

67,993

70,211

527

65,090
6247

6,429

7,192

542

68,218

6,062

545

70,263

50
476

54
481

79
537

5 855

6,628

6,286

5,790

17,596

16,808

16,549

16,059

16,331

18,263

17,195

16,982

151,820 145,421
4,345
4,456
52,756
58,431
3,043
3,158
4,672
4,405
36,038
34,683
2,039
1 874
2,022
1,957

149,394
4,530
55,421
3,222
4,893
34,480
2,063
2,057

153,381
4,394
56,897
2,370
5,275
36,773
2,001
2,514

151,348
4,488
55,665
2,716
4,863
35,280
1,948
2,356

154,788
4,293
56,982
3,425
6,079
35,201
1,916
2,479

157,518
4,497
59,606
2,799
4,599
36,568
1,897
2,540

156,634
4,575
59,069
3,159
4,74^
35,765
1,909
2,401

1,029

1,092

1,024

1,022

341
638
567

434

320

. .

514

41
738

. ,

....

8
931
810
180

Oct.

744

540

557
579

8
924
855
122

552

457
565

8

884

no

438
418

699

597

584
602

10
896
183

734
452
425
615

570

495

66
575

26
912
920
157

583

614

501

60
422

8
981
915
182

715

671
94
517

6

950
163

53?

557
476

698

2,000
1,901
30,059

648

125
480

6

955
154

12,471
4,185
6,811
1,343
1 418
9,615
3,839

12,079
4,187
6,609
1,297
1,361
10,367
3,942

13,020
4,245
6,871
1,209
1,309
10,013
4,030

12,303
4,220
6,951
1,266
1,394
10,545
4,297

13,100
4,456
6,884
1,151
1,434
10,717
4,275

12,848
4,775
7,177
1,064
1,413
10,740
4,311

13,067
4,691
7,488
1,132
1,443
10,649
4,401

13,011
4,494
7,584
1,077
1,461
10,791
4,453

66,364

65,964

66,892

71,187

66,594

65,026

72,209

73,329

803

804

844
5,157
6,405

1,068
5,227
6,635

912

5,098
6,106

1,075
5,120
6,545

980

5,042
6,910

1,153
4,990
6,581

5,306
6,924

5,242
7,078

13 764
12,865

13 884
12,755

1 136
1,003
21,690
1 566
1,327
1,161
15 965
9,447

1 241

1,023
20,833
1,615
1,239
1,458
13,373
13,448

1,033
1,268
21,640
1,730
1,383
1,257
16,804
12,841

1 175

21,302
1 581
1,020

1 344
2,017
19,716
1 560
1,083

22,554
1 589
1,113
1,050
15 202
7,955

24,535
1 533
1,102
1,384
16 391
11,200

22,663
1 601
1,223
1,141
1637}
14,426

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries4
Other

3 018

3 174

3,516

3,396

3 170

3 561

3 476

3 517

Other countries
Australia
All other

644
939
750

741

629
136
318
148
821
966

,

67 Nonmonetary international and regional organizations
68 International5
69 Latin American regional .
70 Other regional6

124

Mar.

405,277

4,278

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting countries^
Other

57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Feb.

399,419

691

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

Jan.

407,306

392,594
147,741

Canada

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Dee.

399,753

Sept.

1 Total

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Nov.

399,173 389,006

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
USSR
23
Other Eastern Europe2
24

1985




616

980

595
115
459
141

606
893

656
117
460
163

507

647
118
328
153

559

541
115
376
76

725
914
994

637
116
371
79

738

941

715
167
244
100

554

873

747

15,1

339
128

1,012

1,141

1,189

1,186

1,450

1,346

1,177

6055
5,687

5 844
5,464

6 277
5,598

5,684
5,300

5 624
5,248

5 574
5,017

5 142
4,743

4 877
4,456

6,579
5,711

4,801
4,086

5,952
5,155

4,454
3,747

7,094
6,337

5,977
5,110

6,070
5,297

6,331
5,466

368

488
381

852

379

518
196

978

679

593
204

961
384

587
120

876

377

600
157

910

557

580
286

903

399

632
141

969

422

706
159

57. Liabilities to foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States—
Continued
B. By area and country—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1!)85

Area and country
May

2 Foreign countries
3 Europe
4
Austria
5
Belgium— Luxembourg
6
Denmark
7
Finland
8
France
9
Germ;uiy
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

...

24

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

412,699

417,089

420,075

420,758

417,541

421,341

434,671

412,722
160,052
711
5,416
617
377
15,626
5,359
531
9,537
4,588
1,156
672
2,034
2,008
29,475
404
73,487
622
6,884
45
503

413,291
157,222
767
5,725
778
350
15,741
5,224
593
9,088
4,568
1,043
641
2 140
1,668
29,290
516
70,497
647
7,432
37
477

410,775
158,857
613
5,262
558
594
15,984
4,366
536
9,717
4,295
1,132
647
2094
1,760
28,495
417
73,877
626
7,403
51
429

413,538
163 433
655
5,556
624
497
15,863
7,265
574
9,069
4,359
1 008
619
2 122
1,482
28,992
288
74,595
675
8619
36
533

429,105
163 438
693
5,214
513
491
15,540
4,835
664
9,642
4,212
848
652
2 113
1 344
28,742
429
76571
673
9635
105
523

16,214

Canada

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Aug.

404,528 406,855 412,069
151,081 153,691 156,083
567
563
627
5,743
4,889
4,619
684
494
727
349
325
604
13,842
14,172
15,237
4,389
4,003
3,727
588
605
585
9,624
9,276
8,467
4,689
4,273
4,573
1,183
1,397
1,994
658
635
665
2,113
2,015
2030
2,559
2,277
1,689
29,767
29,547
29,706
384
598
631
71,000 70,160
69,759
626
729
585
6,072
6,311
5,877
72
31
67
614
458
406

.

July

411,387

1 Total

June

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
.

157,159
4,760
58,195
3,192
5,376
35 831
1,922
2,452
7
987
979
146
13 444
4,551
7,570
1,162
1,492
10,696
4,396

16,284

16,739

17 358

16288

16428

17 426

158,117 159,742
5,191
4,937
55,858
57,406
2,380
2,503
5,602
5,187
39,036 41 827
1,910
1,870
2,526 . 2,421
6
10
1,004
1,046
972
963
194
123
13,123
13,307
4,025
4,307
7,462
7,427
1,168
1,113
1,460
1,415
10,853
10,471
4,297
4,460

157,638
5,187
55,497
2,741
5,918
38 359
1,966
2,543
9
1,043
995
152
13,381
4,364
7,430
1,143
1,557
10,940
4,414

157,480
5,634
53,694
2,124
5,894
38 931
1,907
2,599
13
1,251
1,005
144
13 809
4,973
7,168
1,159
1,576
11,121
4,479

156,319
5,872
54,518
2 238
5,861
37 163
1,940
2,562
64
1,029
957
122
13 610
4,666
7,343
1,093
1,498
11,404
4,381

155,202
5 899
53,394
2 415
5,614
35 858
2 867
2,920
7
1,253
1 087
150
13 948
4,612
6,502
1 124
1,534
11 345
4,673

167,745
6029
57,621
2 765
5,369
42645
2042
3,102
11
1,238
1 071
122
14 045
4 875
7,492
1 166
1,549
11 919
4,683

15,874

71,636
45

China
Mainland

47
48

Hont Kong
India

50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Israel
Japan
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting countries^
Other

. .

...

...
,.

70,400

71,701

70,473

73,292

71,643

71,047

72,266

698
5,381
7,360
546
1,164
988
22,688
1 598
1,305
1,167
16,316
12,424

833
5,535
7,989
569
1,264
1,053
21,103
1 705
1,443
1,063
15 052
12,791

921
5,867
7,831
555
1,463
1,011
22,913
1 493
1,335
984
15,410
11,918

1,117
6,065
8,001
484
1,337
885
22,537
1 580
1,694
1,073
14 817
10,885

1 937
6,280
7,924
644
1,363
1,189
23,597
1 657
1,607
1,029
15 352
10,713

1 809
6,455
7,964
473
1,570
2,118
22,059
1 751
1,325
1,014
15 252
9,852

1 380
7,427
8,170
562
1,381
1,595
21 689
1 685
1,189
1 066
14 941
9,961

1 594
7,799
8,062
711
1,466
1,595
23 077
1 665
1,140
1 358
14 523"
9,276

3,920
745
161
332
170
1,497
1,015

3,384
881
98
181
87
1,099
1,037

3,501
737
162
420
103
1,092
986

3,635
923
157
370
115
1,049
1,021

3,723
885
140
404
136
1,076
1,082

3,989
780
145
462
140
1,407
1 056

4,883
1,363
163
388
163
1,494
1 312

63

Other

3,429
618
189
273
124
1,164
1,062

65
66

Australia
All other

5,009
4,608
401

4,854
4,462
392

4,876
4,364
511

4,319
3,850
469

4,303
3,762
541

3,945
3,451
494

3,440
2,906
534

3,347
2,779
568

6,859
5,808
834
216

5,844
4,833
808
203

5,019
3,985
782
252

7,353
6,458
739
156

7,467
6,542
796
129

6,766
5,779
646
341

7,803
6,952
580
271

5,566
4,551
894
121

57
58
59
60
61

Africa
Eevrt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire

67 Nonmonetary international and regional organizations
68 International5
69 Latin American resional
.
70 Other regional6




125

58. Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks in the United States
Millions of dollars, end of period
19 84

Area and country

June

July

Aug.

382,348

389,487

390,778

402,039

409,275

406,090

397,694

382,074

389,270

390,523

401,542

409,015

405,782

396,619

91,634
349
5947
1,316
945
8,018
1,043
508
7,899
1,384
652
1,144
3,401
3,373
1,459
814
49,413
1,776
493
162
1,537

...

92,619
414
6 197
1,259
952
8,314
1,052
549
7,919
1,294
645
1,145
3,290
3,356
1,302
933
50,023
1,760
547
187
1,483

93,143
449
6,005
1,298
931
8,392
1,122
694
8,176
1,358
638
1,119
3,364
3,528
1,452
963
49,642
1,765
499
199
1,548

96,923
679
6,243
1,207
1,021
8,734
1,526
830
8,292
2,294
705
1,291
3,736
3,646
1,854
1,043
49,668
1,754
651
179
1,570

98,697
456
6,626
1,136
1,041
9,029
1,125
940
7,901
1,753
719
1,366
3,707
2,918
1,579
1,047
53,207
1,775
591
172
1,610

104,280
582
6,814
1,215
1,100
9,375
1,155
1,036
8,556
1,766
729
1,463
3,809
3S152
1,933
1,160
56,213
1,808
597
175
1,643

102,594
636
6,108
1,202
935
9,722
1,142
979
8,331
1,811
648
1,503
3,962
2,677
1,544
1,210
55,822
1,817
800
172
1,573

100,054
581
6 156
1,101
872
9,975
1,257
974
7,832
1,440
649
1,433
3,706
2,404
1,574
1 145
54,720
1,857
732
175
1,471

..

15,911

15,994

17,199

17,087

17,915

17,515

18,395

16,335

197,693
11,762
54,048
644
25,045
32,816
6,196
3,695
0
2,367
189
253
34,904
971
7,872
2,467
982
11,250
2,232

200 816
11,767
54,636
409
25,150
34,635
6,319
3536
0
2,350
126
219
35022
1,043
8,804
2,415
908
11 178
2,298

204,928
11,635
57,962
532
25,921
34,806
6,164
3,667
0
2,334
128
277
34,935
1,245
8,377
2,453
924
11,137
2,431

203,771
11,418
57,084
614
26,066
35,503
6,085
3,649
4
2,335
129
252
34,604
1,149
7,980
2,380
923
11,100
2,497

211,618
11,078
62,046
845
26,070
37,849
6,146
3,524
0
2,332
127
220
34,960
1,173
8,381
2,438
887
11,014
2,529

210,424
11,171
59,630
559
26,256
38,374
6,492
3,559
21
2,373
125
323
35,386
1,312
8,092
2,473
950
11,170
2,159

209,945
11,388
58,549
543
26,019
39,271
6,648
3,490

2,396
124
272
35,473
1,381
7,812
2,487
961
10,831
2,301

204,191
11,027
56,649
484
26,001
35,909
6,619
3,444
0
2,380
130
216
35246
1,278
8,193
2,394
930
11 132
2,160

62,806

62,701

64,347

63,022

63,637

66,942

64,742

65,860

420
1,811
8,180
337
755
1,556
27,188
9,547
2,415
1,240
4,644
4,712

337
1,701
8,064
247
815
1,478
27,658
9477
2,361
1,274
4,272
5,019

364
1,647
7,514
331
841
1,607
28,457
9,651
2,413
1,163
5,048
5,310

428
1,644
7,979
366
818
1,846
25,962
10,299
2,392
1,219
5,113
4,956

348
1,562
7,478
356
886
1,822
27,077
9 597
2,438
1,301
5,200
5,571

554
1,702
8,163
349
850
1,910
29,020
9,649
2,500
1,123
5,118
6,004

640
1,510
6,979
318
826
1,827
27,717
9,806
2,655
1,120
5,214
6,129

639
1,573
6,809
290
777
1,869
28,988
9556
2,761
1,262
4,924
6,414

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries*
Other

6,571
738
450
2,684
29
1,037
1,631

7 226
712
481
2928
16
1 964

6,919
744
484
2,989
13
1,029
1,661

6,655
698
486
2,908
26
1,000
1,536

6,725
666
522
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

6969
613
556
3 281
30
996
1 493

Other countries
Australia
All other

2,692
2,085
607

2,719
2,048
670

2,734
2,007
727

3,066
2,446
620

2,950
2,353
597

3,013
2,452
561

3,059
2,504
554

3,210
2,582
628

115

274

216

255

497

260

308

1 075

24 Canada

...

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Latin America and Caribbean
Argentina
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
Guatemala
Jamaica
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
Hong Kong . . . .
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan
Korea
Philippines
Thailand
Middle East oil-exporting countries3 . . . .
Other

57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66

..

...

67 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations5

126

May

377,307

2 Foreign countries
Europe
....
Austiia
Belgium—Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom . .
Yugoslavia
Other Western Europe1
USSR
Other Eastern Europe2

Apr.

377,421

1 Total

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Feb.

Mar.

Jan.




...

1,124

o

58. Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1984

Area and country

1985

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

1 Total

394,294

383,910

385,901

400,162

389,353

395,016

399,001

393,107

2 Foreign countries

394,223

383,176

384,617

399,363

387,776

394,464

398,679

391,920

98,226
565
6,286
1,065
882
9,079
1 220
1,086
7,803
1,470
649
1 387
3,350
2,596
1,741
1,132
53 759
1,888
660
176
1,432

95,614
521
5,363
544
894
8,868
1,115
929
7,820
1,190
676
1 346
3,179
2,372
2,067
1,121
53 484
1,868
660
159
1,436

98,230
525
4,995
520
1,098
9,366
1,306
819
8,876
1,249
602
1,262
3,017
2,323
2,275
1,097
54,819
1,866
625
169
1,422

99,014
433
4,794
648
898
9,157
1,306
817
9,119
1,356
675
1,243
2,884
2,230
2,123
1,130
56,185
1,886
596
142
1,389

97,143
339
4,683
589
817
8,677
999
896
8,059
1,502
651
1 234
2,858
2,506
2,308
1,232
55,807
1,862
671
118
1,335

99,082
367
5,097
589
907
9,662
949
840
8,500
1,495
808
1 304
3,135
2,586
2,110
1,155
55 625
1,783
679
178
1,315

103,076
484
5,233
638
826
10,069
1,090
848
8,711
1,358
621
1 186
2,978
2,356
1,921
1,172
59,629
1,793
642
203
1,317

100,768
519
5,161
610
794
10,331
1,026
907
8,237
1,426
748
1 151
2,890
2,313
1,848
1,147
57,479
1,892
640
245
1,404

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Europe
Austria
..
Belgium-Luxembourg
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia
Other Western Europe1
USSR
Other Eastern Europe2

..

16,599

25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Latin America and Caribbean
Argentina
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
Guatemala
Jamaica
Mexico
Netherlands Antilles
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
Other

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
Hong Kong .
.
. . . .
India
Indonesia
Israel
Japan
Korea
Philippines
Thailand .
. . .
Middle East oil-exporting countries3 . . . .
Other

57
58
59
60
61
62
63

Africa
Egypt
Morocco
South Africa
Zaire
Oil-exporting countries4
Other

64
65
66

Other countries .
Australia
All other

.

67 Nonmonetary international and regional
organizations5




16,672

15,814

16,109

16,369

19,131

18,873

18,426

203,381
11,115
55,268
508
26,150
36,091
6,836
3,438
0
2,365
120
225
y\ 820
1,296
7 628
2,397
934
10,977
2,211

198,627
11,021
51,926
551
26,150
34,994
6,795
3,343
0
2,452
141
234
35,584
1,337
7527
2,416
962
11,024
2,170

199,339
10,989
54,050
635
26,275
33,852
6,703
3,406
0
2,431
148
222
35,484
1,337
7,347
2,358
990
10,993
2,118

207,862
11,050
58,009
592
26,315
38,205
6,839
3,499
0
2,420
158
252
34,885
1,350
7,707
2,384
1,088
11,017
2,091

199,873
11,460
54,534
517
25,970
35,570
6,7463,369
0
2,477
154
242
34,127
1,273
6,864
2,414
1,053
10,968
2,135

201,025
11,280
54,651
448
26,234
36,904
6,713
3,406
1
2,489
157
253
33,660
1,393
7,071
2,337
1,021
10,929
2,077

203,207
11,169
57,724
464
26,124
36,590
6,775
3,313
0
2,470
154
233
33,470
1,259
7,002
2,345
1,019
10,956
2,139

199,434
11,170
55,743
633
26,147
35,691
6,670
3,246
0
2,467
154
223
32,614
1,319
7,032
2,353
1,014
10,804
2,154

65,921

62,232

61,326

66,316

64,561

65,524

63,806

63,598

563
1,651
7,139
349
760
1,802
30581
9,642
2,594
1,113
4,501
5,227

409
1,588
7,165
295
697
1,890
26841
9,253
2,516
1,072
4,650
5,855

543
1,679
7,019
375
669
1,938
26,386
8,896
2,492
1,112
4,687
5,530

710
1,849
7,293
425
724
2,088
29,066
9,285
2,555
1,125
5,044
6,152

507
1,745
6,805
299
700
1,993
28,628
8,814
2,504
1,123
5,004
6,438

741
1,827
7,351
354
770
2,041
29,248
8,818
2,560
1,076
4,856
5,883

650
1,954
6,644
284
780
1,941
28,153
9,339
2,440
1,005
4,708
5,910

572
1,937
6,897
307
704
2,004
26,745
9,444
2,365
926
5,509
6,186

6830
650
545
3 152
18
944
1,522

24 Canada

6862
674
582
3 140
18
938
1,510

6,719
693
536
2,960
19
911
1,600

6,615
728
583
2,795
18
842
1,649

6,556
668
572
2,791
41
812
1,672

6,376
584
582
2,666
29
791
1,724

6,221
674
584
2,420
24
819
1,700

6,291
629
595
2,508
24
885
1,651

3,266
2,665
601

3,169
2,508
661

3,189
2,548
642

3,447
2,769
678

3,274
2,584
690

3,325
2,627
699

3,496
2,824
672

3,403
2,755
648

71

735

1,284

800

1,576

552

323

1,186

127

58. Banks' own claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1985
Area and country

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

1 Total

392,518

397,299

391,497

388,420

390,612

381,103

384,515

403,209

2 Foreign countries

391,634

396,588

391,223

387,982

390,230

380,334

383,903

402,178

101,131
552
5 264
560
700
10486
1,023
921
7,808
1,045
753
1,158
2 587
2 187
1,636
1 162
58 884
1,940
760
312
1 393

101,885
536
5,219
474
896
10,008
1,246
1 002
7,592
1,359
750
1,156
2,700
2,077
2,231
1,208
59,146
1,958
775
297
1,255

101,359
742
5,818
498
875
10,190
1,138
947
7,628
1,146
710
1,151
2387
2,713
2,669
1 238
57,410
1,972
679
250
1,195

101,497
703
5,501
492
738
10287
948
959
6,532
1,200
683
1,181
2 156
2,496
2,629
1 234
59,739
1,954
629
239
1 198

106,091
763
6,147
615
905
11,029
999
1,004
7,394
1,297
858
1,189
2,401
2,474
3,091
1,269
60,641
1,880
685
199
1,252

102,194
673
5,882
636
789
10,190
1,036
966
7,597
1,110
788
1,141
2 310
2,643
2,604
1,355
58,106
1,867
1,206
165
1,131

106,915
614
6,801
558
909
9,785
1,355
854
7,765
1,389
755
1,123
2,199
2,546
3,162
1,269
61,655
1,879
1,082
128
1,086

108,360
598
5 741
706
823
9 134
1,257
991
$833
1,258
697
1 ,058
1 908
2 203
3,161
1 200
64594
1,964
998
130
1 107

17 939

17909

16 713

17 018

16,965

15 941

16,209

16466

201,295
11 349
56,854
506
26,434
36 155
6634
3,270
0
2487
149
237
32748
1,386
6742
2,310
1 013
10,947
2072

203,957
11,416
59,485
563
26,555
36,377
6,680
3S207
0
2493
145
227
32,384
1,249
6,825
2,286
1,013
10,996
2,055

200,824
11,456
55,627
405
26,580
37 457
6,663
3,210
0
2450
153
234
32,129
1,110
6,985
2,237
1,007
10,992
2,129

196,979
11 293
53,573
502
26,441
35 861
6,476
3,205
0
2430
149
228
32375
1,135
6923
2,221
1,018
11,028
2,122

194,050
11,433
53,424
480
25,416
35,096
6,192
3,183
0
2423
168
228
31,833
1,170
7,108
2,069
989
10,863
1,977

190,779
11,236
51,256
1,017
25,397
34,258
6,145
3,210
4
2411
168
222
31,720
1,387
6,526
2,016
947
10,838
2,022

191,663
11,486
49,015
498
25,376
37,063
6,198
3,222
0
2419
197
222
32,424
1,071
6,519
1,990
954
10,876
2,135

202,401
11 462
57 756
499
25283
38 640
660^
3,259
0
2 390
194
224
32 255
1 340

61 872

63,579

63,351

63778

64,398

62,847

60,578

66 166

543
1,641
7,290
270
701
2,000
25 501
9,132
2,384
852
5,546
6012

326
1,751
7,237
310
682
2,598
26,618
9,163
2,448
859
5,120
6,466

635
1,540
7,473
385
631
2,053
26,453
9,712
2,454
733
5,315
5,967

560
1,527
7999
460
623
1,955
27785
9,337
2,487
745
4,116
6 185

1,148
1,476
7,718
461
695
1,875
27,002
9,192
2,412
787
4,845
6,785

997
1329
6,917
388
653
1,901
28,558
9,096
2,239
756
4,576
5 436

748
1,258
6,472
439
608
1,958
26,768
8,908
2,285
788
4,239
6,106

639
1 535
6796
450
698
1 991
31 209
9,241
2224
840
4,298
6245

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Europe .
.,
Austria
Belgium—Luxembourg
Denmark . .
Finland
France
Germany . .
Greece
Italy . , . .
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal . .
Spain
Sweden
,.
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia
Other Western Europe1
U.S.S.R
Other Eastern Europe2

...

....

....

24 Canada
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Latin America and Caribbean
Argentina
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Chile
Colombia
Cuba . , . .
Ecuador
Guatemala . ,
. . . .
Jamaica
Mexico
..
Netherlands Antilles
Panama . .
Peru
Uruguay . .
Venezuela
Other . . .

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 countries*
Other

6203
612
577
2,497
24
871
1,621

6,075
626
592
2,524
24
740
1,569

5,920
549
5%
2,421
24
743
1,587

5,718
585
598
2,214
25
722
1,574

5,641
634
592
2,062
22
828
1,503

5,463
668
610
1,968
21
674
1,521

5,394
685
584
1,84S
21
677
1,579

5 407
721
575
1 942
20
630
1 520

64
65
66

Other countries
Australia
All other
.

3 194
2,536
658

3 183
2,498
685

3 057
2,320
737

2991
2,227
764

3 087
2,304
783

3 111
2,293
818

3 144
2,341
803

3 379
2401
978

884

710

275

438

382

768

612

1 010

67 Nomnonetary international and regional
organizations5
....

128



6 6*>0
1 947

960
10871
2067

59. Banks9 own and domestic customers9 claims on foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by
banks in the United States1
Millions of dollars, end of period
1984

Type of claim

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

1 Total

377,421

382,348

426,649

390,778

402,039

446,419

406,090

397,694

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

377,421
59,522
142 563
117,092
43,138
73,955
58,244

382,348
58,453
145 090
119,385
45,106
74,279
59,420

389,487
58,783
149 309
122,311
46,008
76 303
59,084

390,778
59,199
147 749
123,921
45,172
78 749
59,909

402,039
59,423
156,934
125,934
47,127
78,807
59,749

409 275
60477
158 760
130 119
49706
80413
59 920

406090
60,849
156 783
127 685
48,778
78 907
60774

397 694
60 330
153 981
123 783
47 179
76605
59 600

44 891

45 621

,

9 Claims of banks' domestic customers3
10 Deposits
11 Negotiable and readily transferable instruments4
12 Outstanding collections and other claims

37,162
3,660
26,947
6,555
37 217

,+

13 MEMO* Customer liability on acceptances
Dollar deposits in banks abroad, reported by 5
nonbanking
business enterprises in the United States

47 252

37,144
3,458
26 324
7,362
42 911

48 414

49 715

49,676

50 668

45 817

1984

1985

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

1 Total . . ,

428,830

383,910

385,901

433,078

389,353

395,016

432,647

393,107

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

394,294
60 615
152,001
122,548
47,557
74,991
59 130

383,910
62 592
143,638
120,981
47,067
73,914
56700

385,901
63 183
144,822
121,167
46,255
74,913
56 729

400,162
62 237
156,216
124,932
49 226
75,706
56777

389,353
62 572
153,620
119,054
47,211
71,842
54 107

395 016
62 610
154 477
122,779
48 982
73 797
55 150

399 001
61 924
157 718
124,239
51 519
72721
55 119

393 107
62 180
155 140
121 250
49451
71 798
54537

9 Claims of banks' domestic customers3
,
10 Deposits
1 1 Negotiable and readily transferable instruments4
12 Outstanding collections and other claims

34,537
4,575
23,907
6,055

32,916
3,380
23,805
5 732

33,646
3,806
24,641
5 198

13 MEMO: Customer liability on acceptances

38,905

37,103

35,580

Dollar deposits in banks abroad, reported by 5
nonbanking
business enterprises in the United States

45,060

43,496

44,556

43,439

40,714

40 385

39,993

39 770

1985
May

1 Total
2 Banks' own claims on foreigners
3 Foreign public borrowers
4 Own foreign offices2
5 Unaffiliated foreign banks
6
Deposits
.. .
7
Other
...
8 All other foreigners

.
t

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

392,518
392,518
61,790
157,044
120 517
49,378
71 139
53 167

427,832
397,299
61,286
162,879
119 476
49,424
70051
53 658

391,497
391,497
61,214
158,238
118 546
50,344
68 202
53 499

388,420
388,420
60,961
155 375
118 818
50,912
67 906
53 266

424,081
390,612
60,382
159,520
118 047
49,806
68 242
52 663

381,103
381 103
60 132
156011
113 664
47 345
66 319
51 296

384,515
384,515
59,920
158 752
115 189
47,610
67 578
50654

432,090
403,209
60 331
176 535
116 244
47 416
68 829
50 098

9 Claims of banks' domestic customers3
.
10 Deposits
,.
4
1 1 Negotiable and readily transferable instruments . . . . . .
12 Outstanding collections and other claims

30,534
2,870
22,164
5,499

33,468
3,314
24,827
5,327

28,881
3,335
19 332
6,214

13 MEMO: Customer liability on acceptances

31,751

30,195

28,180

Dollar deposits in banks abroad, reported by 5
nonbanking
business enterprises in the United States




37 890

36533

38 014

38 796

38 205

37 757

37 856

37 378

129

60. Banks' own claims on unaffiliated foreigners, payable in U.S. dollars, reported by banks
in the United States
Millions of dollars, end of period

Dec.1

19 85

19 84

1983
Maturity, by borrower and area

Mar.

Sept.

Dec.1

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec,

240,794

243,952

241,379

232,485

232,360

227,238

June

1 Total

243,715

239,097

250,237

By borrower
2 Maturity of 1 year of less2
3 Foreign public borrowers
4 All other foreigners

176,158
24,039
152,120

164,580
21,320
143,259

173,805
22,261
151,544

163,026
21,219
141,808

167,858
23,912
143,947

167,004
23,688
143,316

159,383
23,764
135,619

162,262
26466
135,797

160,162
26,312
133, 850

5 Maturity of over 1 year2
6 Foreign public borrowers
7 All other foreigners

67,557
32,521
35,036

74,518
36,266
38,251

76,432
37,576
38,856

77,767
38,702
39,066

76,094
38,695
37,399

74,374
38,187
36,188

73,102
37,554
35,549

70,098
36,257
33 841

67,076
34,510
32,566

8
9
10
11
12
13

By area
Maturity of 1 year of less2
Europe
. . . .
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
.
.
Africa 3
All other

56,117
6,211
73,660
34,403
4,199
1,569

54,507
6,552
66,498
31,155
4,472
1,396

60,083
7,021
66,117
34,001
4,790
1,793

56,825
5,868
61,600
32,230
4,798
1,705

58,498
6,028
62,791
33,504
4,442
2,593

61,596
7,588
60,447
30,903
4,109
2,360

56,369
6,160
63,517
27,569
4,003
1,764

58,403
6,100
62,973
29,049
3,954
1,782

56,42S
6,386
63,040
27,779
3,753
2,779

14
15
16
17
18
19

Maturity of over 1 year2
Europe
Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Asia
Africa 3
All other

13,576
1,857
43,888
4,850
2,286
1,101

13,336
2,030
50,549
5,106
2,291
1 205

12,790
2,188
53,350
5,002
1,865
1,237

11,267
1,801
56,655
5,023
1,871
1,150

9,605
1,882
56,144
5,323
2,033
1,107

8,545
2,181
55,411
5,221
1,963
1,053

8,739
2,116
53,507
5,123
1,9%
1,622

8,078
1,932
52,049
5,217
1,665
1,157

7,643
1,804
50,662
4,502
1,538

....

926

61. Liabilities to and claims on foreigners, payable in foreign currencies, reported by banks
in the United States1
Millions of dollars, end of period

19 85

1984

1983
Item

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec

Dec,
1

1 Banks own liabilities
1

Mar.

June

5,219

5,768

6,556

6,369

8,586

7,992

10,238

12,901

15,168

9,279
3,610
5,669

11,984
4,998
6,986

12,618
5,941
6,677

14,179
7,308
6,871

15,233
8,540
6,693

16,088
8,329
7,759

281

569

440

243

328

832

2 Banks own claims . .
3 Deposits
4 Other claims . . . .

7,231
2,731
4,501

9,051
3,905
5,146

9,561
4,133
5,429

5 Claims of banks* domestic customers^

1,059

361

227

130




62. Marketable U.S. Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign transactions
Millions of dollars

1984
Country or area

Feb.

Jan.

Year

Mar.

May

Apr.

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Transactions (end of period)1
1 Estimated total2

4,218
2

775

556

-527

2,304

1,435

-325

1,752

6,658

-3,802

2,939

2,229

7,507

981
554

411
602

761
708

1,325
1,230

5,639
4,053

-1,739
-753

1,075
753

2,325
799

5,065
1,294

2,807
3,638

788
544

-157
1,317

118
2,413
-126
93
636
555

16
291
-16
31
49
232

17
943
-61
20
39
-120

7
300
-40
47
50
-163

34
364
95
5
-14
4

-30
448
-139
5
165
237

74
67
35
-15
348
364

3
-108
106
17
272
379

32
1,038
13
-52
69
2,919

21
-749
-12
77
108
-350

27
-39
460
-1
-175
710

41
38
-7
-5
-280
266

46
336
15
-88
26
711

-50
0

-58
0

479
0

-289
0

67
0

-83
-1

-165
0

561
0

36
0

153
0

-229
0

746
0

248
0

340

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 . . .

24
-87

31

3

-222

193

214

120

37

225

293

247

193

253

563
0
-19

-587
0
-122

-274
0
-67

9
1
-51

209
0
97

-113
10
-57

-543
-1
102

314
1
233

175
3
92

321
1
62

967
7
58

376
-10
208

12

Canada

13
14
15
16

Latin America
Venezuela
Netherlands Antilles
Other I^atin America
and Caribbean . ,

-192
11
-220
17

582

-464

-207

59

112

-66

-644

80

80

258

902

177

17
18

Asia
Japan

-995
1,547

-351
94

-879
355

602
-11

226
250

-638
337

46
522

570
412

1,003
551

-1,457
-1

-289
865

376
1,312

3,224
1,603

19
20

Africa
All other

8
8

0
0

-1
-10

4
1

3
-4

2
21

0
0

0
31

-100
142

27
-23

-1
43

-5
-5

2
-83

21 Nonmonetary
international and
regional
organizations . . . . .
22 International
23 Latin American
regional

1,413
1,456

-13
63

712
672

-550
-525

1,324
1,323

1,026
1,010

-1,086
-1,086

427
381

1,021
1,099

-2,063
-2,149

1,864
1,651

-95
-188

2,442
2,361

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

MEMO
24 Foreign countries2
25 Official institutions . .
26 Other foreign2 .

2,807
469
2,338

788
545
243

-157
4
-160

24
487
-463

981
644
336

411
-316
725

761
-896
1,657

1,325
179
1,146

5,639
1,368
4,271

-1,739
-1,968
229

1,075
-862
1,937

2,325
-601
2,926

5,065
1,921
3,145

-2,941
0

-517
0

-827
0

51
0

-678
0

-1,037
0

67
0

-312
0

-411
-100

-144
0

-981
0

-1,281
0

-200
0

27
28

... .

Oil-exporting countries
Middle4 ILast3
Africa




131

62. Marketable ILS, Treasury bonds and notes—Foreign transactions—Continued
Millions of dollars

1985
Country or area

Jan.

Year

Mar.

Feb.

Apr.

June

May

Aug.

July

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dee.

1

Holdings (end of period)
1 Estimated total2

13,457

2,426

2,319

-4,387

4,313

3,072

5,714

4,825 -3,357

6,547

-647

2,500

6,460

2 Foreign countries
13,625
3 Europe2
. . . 2,555
4
Belgium320
Luxembourg . .
5
Germany2
-255
-338
6
Netherlands
1,103
7
Sweden
8
Switzerland2 . . . . .
835
9
United Kingdom . . -352
10
Other Western
1,243
Europe
0
11
Eastern Europe . . .

3,911
608

2,164 -4,742
-101 -1,439

2,238
1,798

4,340
686

5,714
1,004

5,435
966

1,015
951

4,002
%0

-116
-699

2,276
-995

3,066
IBO

104
-131
-71
150
-29
501

18
0
-129 -1,538
11
-201
1
-10
315
358
287
-361

80
291
-13
30
183
182

101
838
-73
157
-135
-865

17
415
10
775
143
-96

20
723
148
119
-20
-768

92
937
386
-89
72
-84

49
294
127
-33
25
285

10
17
= 126
-41
116
-733

29
= 101
155
-42
-151
-584

- 44
302
-82
<-- 41
116
50

86
0

11
0

-303
0

1,045
0

663
0

-260
0

744
0

-363
0

214
0

58
0

301
0

111
Q

2

12

Canada

.. , ..

162

-110

-241

38

356

113

6

12

-144

106

138

-394

-71

13
14
15
16

Latin America
Venezuela
Netherlands Antilles
Other Latin America
and Caribbean . .

2,060
77
904

151
5
0

738
-11
75

-77
2
69

467
10
179

581
=9
463

200
80
118

215
4
46

524
33
95

562
2
556

125
91
110

735
72
367

90
41
265

1,079

146

674

-149

278

126

2

165

397

4

-76

296

-133

= 345
1,729

2,894
1,060

4,500
2,666

4,323
3,752

-426
875

2,237
1,884

248
1,630

2,979
3,039

2,833
902

13
-51

57
9

10
-6

10
-91

-1
111

0
137

9
63

1
-51

9
25

2,075 -1,268
1,792 -1,057

0
= 105

-610 -4,372
-229 -4,400

2,545
1,883

-530
-430

224
-15

3,3*)3
3,001

-1

0

8

7

4,002
-116
1,064 -1,209
2,938
1,093

2,276
-236
2,512

3,066
2,712
355

-826
0

-814
4

-413
0

740
2

Sept.

Oct.

17
18
19
20

1,735 -3,285
564
179

8,645
6,777

Africa
All other

21 Nonmonetary
international and
regional
organizations
22 International
23 Latin American
regional

3,147
578

84
118

Asia
Japan

2
113

1
32

1
20

-167 = 1,484
-203 -1,675

155
504

355
338

1

0

-3

5

0

0

0

2,164 -4,742
1,345 -5,268
526
819

2,238
-625
2,863

4,340
3,530
810

5,714
2,675
3,039

5,435
1,797
3,638

1,015
104
911

554
0

-851
0

52
0

1,405
0

3

0

MEMO
13,625
24 Foreign counfries2
25 Official institutions . . 4,196
26 Other foreign2
9,429

3,911
2,539
1,372

27
28

Oil-exporting countries
Middle East3
Africa4

74
0

865
0

-369
0

15 -1,142
0
0

63* Foreign official assets held at Federal Reserve Banks, 19851
Millions of dollars, end of period
Assets
1 Deposits
Assets held in custody
2 U S Treasury securities2
3 Earmarked gold3

132




Jan.
244

Feb.
331

Mar.
253

Apr.
348

May
204

June
310

July
215

Aug.
242

206

270

Nov.
392

Dee.
253

117,330 115 179 113 532 115 184 1 16 989 121 755 115 760 117 130 1 15 678 115 542 1 17 433 118 267
14,261 14,260 14,264 14,264 14,265 14,262 14 270 14 258 14 256 14 260 14 265 14 261

64. Foreign transactions in securities
Millions of dollars

1984

Transactions,
and area or country

Year

Feb.

Jan.

Apr.

Mar.

June

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

U.S. corporate securities
STOCKS
31,011
31,167

5,282
5,677

6,062
5,656

5,900
5,481

4,364
4,056

4,843
5,378

4,559
4,919

3,384
4,007

7,301
7,412

4,060
4,910

4,741
5,489

4,837
4,774

4,498
5,056

-156

-395

406

419

308

-535

-359

-622

-111

-850

-747

63

-558

-122
-325
-130
278
-144
-73
-378
890

-384
-193
-71
98
-8
-101
-106
79

476
138
-102
114
-2
285
-172
337

387
226
-3
149
10
-3
47
305

307
192
37
-44
-19
91
131
67

-541
-361
11
-40
-49
-222
-89
-59

-368
-327
>j
1
-75
-122
-189
160

-631
-638
-44
-38
-36
-322
-171
193

-256
-409
-28
-125
-18
-362
149
127

-920
-687
-67
-63
-67
-330
-133
152

-770
-531
-36
-10
-47
-131
-252
148

51
-130
-48
11
-15
-75
19
47

-460
-357
-52
-102
= 29
-249
88
134

320
-1,034
24
11
-9

119
-360
-50
5
16

34
-42
36
10
-36

22
-193
33
-7
2

33
-55
64
5
2

73
-165
-34
-4
8

38
-219
-25
3
0

-58
-66
-77
-2
16

216
-183
-58
-3
54

10
-230
-159
-6
0

-89
-283
= 93
-9
87

29
0
74
-8
39

66
-197
-89
=6
-11

-33

-11

-70

32

1

6

8

9

145

70

23

12

-97

11,415
. . 10,764

1,799
1,746

1,998
1,927

2,337
2,032

1,721
1,861

1,593
1,435

1,968
1,764

3,003
2,492

2,977
2,125

3,380
2,088

7,097
3,148

4,976
2,644

6,447
2,938

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 I ast1
14 Other Asia
15 Africa ,
16 Other countries

,.
,.
..

17 Nonmonetary international
and regional organizations
JJONDS2

18 Foreign purchases
19 Foreign sales .

651

53

71

305

-139

157

204

511

851

1,292

3,950

2,332

3,509

••

559
514
-5
343
35
-118
89
-99

64
71
-1
-37
3
13
126
4

-17
-118
-4
-31
26
-103
37
-47

362
163
-6
114
8
-46
132
-13

-207
44
0
68
-12
-22
-222
-81

192
77
0
107
-1
8
-67
10

164
276
6
122
11
32
82
27

470
422
31
256
3
10
-132
-41

899
496
18
179
16
50
305
51

1,248
1,003
8
19
9
11
913
1

3,970
3,956
143
606
22
254
2,860
-2

2,119
1,951
-11
137
-1
160
1,601
13

3,534
3,355
23
185
15
277
2,793
14

..

..

63
-474
554
0
1

6
-22
5
-1
0

16
58
76
0
-2

18
28
163
0
3

-5
-267
99
1
1

12
16
76
0
0

15
-288
134
0
0

14
-56
129
0
1

75
5
268
1
3

62
-52
230
1
3

39
-214
191
0
0

45
-58
169
-2
2

79
-181
111
\
-10

34 Nonmonetary international
and regional organizations .

93

-11

87

-57

67

-34

40

41

-48

43

-20

213

-24

-342
1,334
1,676

-188
1,145
1,333

= 230
1,170
1,400

20 Net purchases, or sales (— ) . .
21 Foreign countries
22 Europe
23
Franco
24
Germimy
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

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

395
8,090
7,695

-98
1,264
1,362

3150
1,548
1,198

145
1,655
1,510

-19
1,290
1,309

50
1,195
1,144

-32
1,139
1,171

107
907
800

-498
1,246
1,745

-346
923
1,269

-526
. . 26,745
. • 27,271

272
3,479
3,206

-1
4,065
4,066

14
5,021
5,007

-291
3,880
4,171

-692
5,136
5,827

170
5,164
4,994

170
4,229
4,059

-138
5,498
5,636

-476 -1,228
4,104 4,392
4,580 5,620

-599 -1,133
6,153
4,897
6,752 6,030

-131

174

349

159

-310

-641

138

277

-636

-821 -1,570

-787 -1,363

-371
-3,248
258

146
-12
-4

317
-335
181

73
-298
112

-309 -721
-437 -1,621
-190
41

124
-545
118

215
-487
179

-473
-590
131

-885 -1,534
-970 =-1,548
-188
-71

-940 -654
-736 -1,075
-24
257

1,549
1,124
-51
-2

120
50
-5
-3

188
295
-11
0

48
228
-10

123
201
-4
-3

607
258
-16
11

463
92
-4
0

238
335
-21
-28

121
-139
11
-7

27
169
-14
91

212
-111
-21
4

209
89
= 16
-462

104
-110
3
166

240

28

32

87

-2

80

15

62

-163

64

-36

153

-709

..

41 Net purchases, or sales (-),
of stocks and bonds . . . .
42 Foreign countries
43 Europe
44 Canada
45 Latin America and
Caribbean
47
48

..

Africa .
Other countries

49 Nonmonetary international
and regional organizations .




«y

133

64. Foreign transactions in securities—Continued
Millions of dollars

1985

Transactions,
and area or country

Year

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

May

Apr.

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

U.S. corporate securities
STOCKS
36,615
37,175

5,040
5,763

7,107
7,168

6,340
6,768

5,132
4,997

6,517
6,419

6,479
6,060

7,207
6,559

6,371
5,721

4,802
4,690

7,244
6,560

8,409
7,137

11,172
9,010

-560

-723

-61

-428

135

98

420

648

650

112

684

1,273

2,161

-490
-1,638
-7
-290
-412
-500
-509
193

-738
-573
-19
-134
-44
-159
-193
47

-58
-214
-41
-109
-108
-130
128
170

-384
-581
-13
-113
-130
-122
-195
0

127
-64
24
23
7
-46
-88
32

141
-283
17
39
-51
-90
-218
7

421
78
25
5
-86
47
58
-62

548
327
2
126
42
23
107
67

649
369
-41
76
18
-23
295
68

163
170
-120
29
25
-87
293
34

656
554
-82
235
33
125
210
-31

1,362
948
-85
270
47
107
579
-70

1,9%
1,339
-105
283
125
280
700
93

891
36
-39
-18
85

97
-56
-264
-7
19

157
-108
-101
-2
40

81
131
-41
-13
39

166
-90
91
-1
-6

247
53
101
-8
25

143
106
174
13
-31

115
53
-23
25
»16

109
35
58
9
1

-35
54
-26
0
-34

89
8
-16
-4
55

243
-174
384
-1
32

305
227
-25
12
44

-70

14

-4

-44

8

-44

-1

100

1

-51

28

-89

165

36,031
19,802

5,972
3,155

7,969
3,332

5,548
2,644

4,478
3,081

6,761
3,668

5,302
3,922

8,495
4,263

5,547
3,741

7,482
3,634

7,401
2,786

12,466
4,284

9,755
4,558

20 Net purchases, or sales ( - ) , . 16,230

2,817

4,637

2,904

1,398

3,094

1,380

4,232

1,806

3,848

4,614

8,182

5,197

16,184
15,387
7
-51
32
1,033
13,849
88

2,821
2,635
55
66
9
12
2,441
60

4,556
4,248
-22
-154
45
313
4,128
-6

2,955
2,942
-10
-114
8
483
2,543
-5

1,373
1,613
18
155
-9
59
1,304
-18

3,232
2,745
0
-17
-13
71
2,392
52

1,248
1,204
-35
13
-9
95
1,041
4

3,581
3,202
—Z
177
-2
492
2,388
-14

2,118
1,834
169
103
25
243
1,368
-24

4,174
3,947
42
159
-4
154
3,517
-31

4,768
3,662
8
308
0
249
3,036
42

7,824
6,835
-15
897
158
804
4,903
110

5,555
5,176
0
408
13
1,013
3,696
19

327
-1,472
1,841
2
11

91
-120
141
0
15

46
-79
342
0
4

69
-139
89
0
-2

-84
-509
379
0
-9

178
-119
372
1
2

27
-507
518
0
1

42
-265
610
3
2

-81
-80
465
1
3

-64
-187
508
0
1

81
11
966
1
6

124
-215
975
0
-5

68
-435
703
4
19

46

-4

81

-50

25

-138

133

651

-312

-326

-154

358

-358

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 .
2

BONDS

18 Foreign purchases
19 Foreign sales

21 Foreign countries
22
Europe
23
France
24
Germany
25
Netherlands
26
Switzerland
27
United Kingdom
28
Canada
29 Latin America and
Caribbean
30 Middle East1
31 Other Asia
32
Africa
33 Other countries

..

....

34 Nonmonetary international
and regional organizations .

Foreign securities
35 Stocks, net purchases,
or sales ( — )
36 Foreign purchases
37 Foreign sales
38 Bonds, net purchases,
or sales ( — )
39 Foreign purchases
40 Foreign sales

-2,141
9,098
11,239

-790
1,234
2,024

-682
1,618
2,299

-462
1,395
1,857

-146
1,446
1,591

97
1,767
1,670

-160
1,638
1,798

-550
1,590
2,140

-221
1,689
1,910

-217
1,563
1,780

-49
2,168
2,217

-303
2,159
2,462

»413
2,740
3,153

-2,741
34,250
36,991

169
5,244
5,075

204
5,132
4,928

-998
4,507
5,505

-6% -1,050
7,472
5,170
5,865 8,522

-370
6,726
7,095

-548
7,203
7,750

310
6,959
6,649

-417
6,833
7,250

-756
8,538
9,294

272
9,000
8,728

-138
8,370
8,507

41 Net purchases, or sales (-),
of stocks and bonds . . . . «4,882

-621

-477 -1,460

-841

-953

-529 -1,098

89

-635

-805

-31

-551

-5,145
-5,637
-650

-750
-728
79

-778 -1,269
-105 -1,259
-66
-419

-750 -1,117
-847 -2,010
21 -104

-481 -1,327
-688 -1,162
-159 -765

299
-261
36

-870
-762
2

-254
-793
-635 -1,046
112
-27

886
-424
-394

1,164
-100
-24
102

192
-400
_4
111

-54
-249
-3
52

8
98
-26
-23

136
-18
-5
-36

810
201
2
-15

73
268
13
14

152
416
18
13

178
387
9
-51

191
-318
-2
19

48
-179
-5
6

32
814
37
-204

85
-352
42
156

263

129

300

-190

-91

164

-49

229

-210

235

-13

223

335

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 .

134




65. Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States
Millions of dollars, end of period

1983

1982
Type, and area or country

1984

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

27,512

24,766

23,700

26,325

25,346

30,176

2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies

24,280
3,232

21,826
2,940

20,864
2,836

23,546
2,780

22,233
3,113

26,844
3 332

By type
4 Financial liabilities
5 Payable in dollars
6 Payable in foreign currencies

11,066
8,858
2,208

11,000
9,008
1 992

11,115
9,144
1 971

10,900
9,025
1 875

10,572
8,700
1 872

14 856
12,744
2 112

16,446
9,438
7,008

13,766
6,935
6,831

12,585
6,933
5,652

15,425
8,567
6,858

14,774
7,765
7,009

15,320
7,933
7387

15,423
1,023

12,818

11,720

14,521

904

13,533
1,241

14 100
1 219

6,501
505

6,380
410

6,335
436

6,014
379

5,742
302

7,209
428

3,102

3,148

3,132

3,014

2,839

3,848

746

733

788

764

2,751

2793

876

795

2596

5 346
1 857

1 Total

....

....

7 Commercial liabilities
8 Trade payables
9 Advance receipts and other liabilities
10

12
13
14
15
16
17
18

„

Payable in dollars

.

....

By area or country
Financial liabilities
Europe
Belgium-Luxembourg
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

....

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas . . .
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

27
28
29

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries1

30
31
32

Africa
Oil-exporting countries2
All other*

33
34
35
36
37
38
39

...
.

....

904
14
28

1,027

121
114

1,039

715
169
17

774
482
699
725

865

802
457
728
606

2,623

785
449
730
500

2737

776
10
34

784
13
32

1,059

1,033

1,095

1,061

1,255

1,327

857
18
39
149
121

718
168

151
124

879
205

185
117

896
201

843
502
621
486

751
13
32

956
524
581
641

51
37

1,041

2,655

1,424

1,457
1,042

213
124
991
170

243
121

178

o

20
0
13

17

o

19

9

19
0
15

19

12

27

31

3,831

Commercial liabilities
Europe
Belgium— Luxembourg
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

3,551

3,443

3,633

3,245

3,573

52
598
468
346
367

47
523
472
243
460
967

o

o

1,027

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
Brazil
British West Indies .
Mexico
Venezuela

48
49
50

Asia
Japan
...
Middle East oil-exporting countries1

51
52
53

Africa
Oil-exporting countries2
All other

.

.

.

.

.

.

1,437
1,523

1,468
1,376

1,418
1,508

1,841
1,473

1,776
1,813

....
....

.

45
579
455
351
324
810

1,495
1,570

.

40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47




783
467
711
792

948

8,144
1,226
5 503

6,166
1 245
3486

5,254
1,246
2740

7,638
1 305
4 817

6,741
1,247
4 178

6598
1 291
3 735

....

753
277
651

511
158
578

525
192
518

628
231
600

553
167
921

565
269
995

....

..

....
.

.

....

16
117
60
32
436
642

4
137
51
4
371
592

41
594
439
342
385
678
1
77
49
22
456
531

1
77
48
14
512
539

62
437
427
268
241
732
1
67
44
6
585
432

40
488
417
259
477
847

14
158
68
33
682
560

135

65. Liabilities to unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1985

1984
Type, and area or country
June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

34,856

31,438

29,357

26,243

24,591

25,184

27,018

2 Payable in dollars
3 Payable in foreign currencies

31 567
3,290

28,538
2,900

26,389
2,968

23,466
2,777

21,945
2,646

22,364
2,820

23,811
3,20H

By type
4 Financial liabilities
5 Payable in dollars
6 Payable in foreign currencies

19,192
17,058
2 134

16,488
14,602
1,886

14,509
12,553
1,955

11,722
9,873
1,849

11,489
9,533
1,956

11,743
9,780
1,963

12,856
10,835
2,021

15,665
7912
7,753

14,950
7,015
7,936

14,849
7,005
7,843

14,521
7,052
7,469

13,103
5,854
7,249

13,441
5,694
7,747

14,162
6,685
7,47V

14509
1,156

13,936
1,014

13,836
1,013

13,593
928

12,413
690

12,584
857

12,976
1,18ft

7,355
359
900
571
607
563
4,105

6,697
428
910
521
605
514
3,470

6,728
471
995
489
590
569
3,297

6,138
298
896
506
619
541
3,039

5,934
351
865
474
604
566
2,825

6,534
367
849
493
624
593
3,318

7,146
329
H57
419
745
676
3,822

735
9,494
4090
13
25
4,567
237
124

825
7,253
3,052
11
33
3,271
260
130

863
5,086
1,926
13
35
2,103
367
137

840
3,147
1,341
25
29
1,521
25
3

850
3,106
1,107
10
27
1,734
32
3

826
2,619
1,145
4
23
1,234
28
3

760
3,152
1,120
4
29
1,814
15
3

1,561
1,104
188

1,662
1,174
151

1,777
1,209
155

1,555
1,033
124

1,555
965
147

1,728
1,098
82

1,765
1,148
82

16
0
31

16
1
35

14
0
41

12
0
31

14
0
30

14
0
22

12
0
21

3415
45
525
502
265
253
794

4,052
34
430
561
238
405
1,224

4,001
48
438
622
245
257
1,095

3,519
37
401
590
272
233
752

3,485
53
425
431
284
353
740

3,897
56
431
601
386
289
858

4,011
62
453
607
364
379
976

1 Total

8
9

Trade payables
Advance receipts and other liabilities

10
11

12
13
14
15
16
17
18

.

....

Payable in dollars
Payable in foreign currencies
By area or country
Financial liabilities
Europe
Belgium—Luxembourg
France . . ,
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
....
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela

27
28
29

Asia
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries1

30
31
32

Africa
Oil-exporting countries2
All othee

33
34
35
36
37
38
39

. . . .

Commercial liabilities
Europe
Belgium— Luxembourg
France
Germany
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda .
.......
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela
...

1,840
1,705
17
124
31
5
568
630

1,906
1,780
1
110
68
8
641
628

1,975
1,871
7
114
124
32
586
636

1,727
1,717
11
112
101
21
654
395

1,494
1,244
12
77
90
1
492
309

1,383
1,262
2
105
120
15
415
311

1,449
1,088
12
77
58
44
430
212

48
49
50

Asia
Japan
.
Middle East oil-exporting countries'

6,967
1,235
4 190

5,547
1,429
2,364

5,285
1,256
2,372

5,721
1,241
2,786

5,259
1,232
2,396

5,353
1,567
2,109

6,046
1,799
2,829

51
52
53

Africa
Oil-exporting countries2 .
All other
. .

691
224
1 046

597
251
1,068

588
233
1,128

765
294
1,070

633
265
988

572
235
975

587
238
982

136



....

66. Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States1
Millions of dollars, end of period

1982
Type, and area or country

1983

1984

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec,

Mar.

1 Total

28,725

31,656

33,527

32,934

34,911

34,040

2 Payable in dollars
....
3 Payable in foreign currencies

26,085
2,640

28,921
2,736

30,860
2,667

30,029
2,905

31,815
3,096

31,192
2,848

By type
4 Financial claims
5 Deposits
6
Payable in dollars
7
Payable in foreign currencies

17,684
13,058
12,628
430

20,598
15,868
15,388
480

22,864
17,819
17,379
439

22,038
16,907
16,463
445

23,780
18 496
17,993
503

23,098
18 012
17,580
432

4,626
2,979
1,647
11,041
9,994
1 047

4,730
3,071
1,659
11,058
9,819
1 238

5 046
3,437
1,608
10663
9,261
1 402

5 130
3,279
1,851
10 896
9,562
1 334

5 284
3 328
1,956
11 131
9,721
1 410

5 086
3 341
1,745
10 942
9617
1 325

10,478
563

10,461
597

10,044
620

10,287
609

10,494
637

10,271
671

4,873
15
134
178
97
107
4,064

6,327
58
98
127
140
107
5,532

7,304
12
140
216
136
37
6 514

6,232
25
135
161
89
34
5,577

6,488
37
150
163
71
38
5 817

6,402
30
171
148
32
115
5 697

4,377
7 546
3,279
32
62
3,255
274
139

4,692
8,688
3,915
21
50
3,479
352
156

5,107
9 380
4 037
92
48
4,065
348
152

5,244
9 500
3 829
62
49
4,457
315
137

5,989
10 234
4,771
102
53
4,206
293
134

5,496
10 184
4035
3
87
5,143
281
130

.

8 Other financial claims
9
Payable in dollars
10
Payable in foreign currencies
11 Commercial claims
12 Trade receivables
13 Advance payments and other claims
14
15

16
17
18
19
20
21
22

....
.
<
.

Payable ir dollars
....
Payable ii foreign currencies
By area or country
Financial claims
Europe
Belgium— Luxembourg
France
Germajiy
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

698
153
15

712
233
18

771
288
14

764
257
8

764
297
4

762
318
7

34
35
36

Africa
. .
Oil-exporting countries3
All other4
...

158
48
31

153
45
25

154
48
149

151
45
148

147
55
159

144
42
109

3,826
151
474
357
350
360
811

3,671
136
490
424
310
257
758

3,465
138
497
366
243
331
734

3,394
116
486
382
282
292
738

3,670
135
459
349
334
317
809

3,626
173
413
379
310
336
787

633
2,526
21
261
258
12
775
351

650
2,705
30
176
403
21
894
288

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
2462
8
216
357
7
745
268

3,050
1,047
751

3,121
1,106
703

2 861
944
698

2934
1,033
719

3 063
1,114
737

3 016
1,195
701

588
140
417

559
131
351

528
130
369

562
131
344

588
139
286

497
132
280

37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Commercial claims
Europe
.
Belgium— Luxembourg
France
Germany
,
Netherlands
Switzerland
United Kingdom

. .

. ,
...

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51

Canada
Latin Ani erica 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-ex jK)rting countries3 . . .
All other4




...

. . .

...

137

66. Claims on unaffiliated foreigners, reported by nonbanking business enterprises
in the United States1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period

1984

1985

Type, and area or country
June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec.

1 Total

32,478

30,939

29,839

28,672

26,968

28,487

28,071

2 Payable in dollars . . .
3 Payable in foreign currencies

29,497
2,982

28,148
2,792

27,242
2,597

26,100
2,571

24,339
2,629

25,621
2,866

25,769
2,302

By type
4 Financial claims
,
5 Deposits
..
.
6
Payable in dollars
7
Payable in foreign currencies

21,960
16,813
16,291
522

20,435
15,626
15,187
439

19,192
14,559
14,140
420

18,375
14,368
13,871
497

16,512
12,657
12,101
556

19,024
15,135
14,432
704

18,031
14,805
14,190
615

5,148
3,387
1,761
10,518
9,186
1,332

4,808
3,116
1,693
10,505
9,012
1,493

4,633
3,190
1,442
10,646
9,177
1,470

4,007
2,442
1,565
10,297
8,784
1,513

3,856
2,375
1,480
10,456
9,089
1,367

3,889
2,351
1,538
9,463
7,988
1,475

3,227
2,192
1,035
10,040
8,750
1,290

9,819
699

9,845
659

9,912
735

9,787
510

9,863
592

8,839
624

9,387
652

6,564
37
151
166
158
61
5,739

5,783
15
151
192
62
64
5,068

5,754
15
126
224
66
66
4,856

5,774
29
92
1%
81
46
5,042

5,445
15
51
175
46
16
4,867

6,452
12
132
158
127
53
5,725

6,306
10
184
223
61
74
5,492

5,302
8,850
3,317
11
83
4,602
230
124

4,492
8,987
3,435
5
84
4,580
232
128

3,979
8,170
3,282
6
100
4,021
215
125

3,934
7,612
3,018
4
98
3,924
201
101

3,747
6,475
2,153
6
96
3,657
206
100

4,022
7,450
2,290
5
92
4,504
201
73

3,256
7,650
2,638
6
78
4,440
180
48

977
321
8

900
371
7

961
353
13

856
509
6

639
281
6

969
725
6

6%
475
4

158
35
109

160
37
113

210
85
117

101
32
97

111
25
95

104
31
26

103
29
21

3,573
142
408
473
300
250
812

3,618
128
411
368
298
289
949

3,801
165
440
374
335
271
1,063

3,360
149
375
358
340
253
885

3,689
212
408
375
301
376
950

3,235
158
360
336
286
208
779

3,533
175
426
346
284
284
898

933
2,089
4
89
310
8
577
241

1,026
2,027
14
88
219
10
595
245

1,021
2,052
8
115
214
7
583
206

1,248
1,973
9
164
210
6
493
192

1,065
2,124
11
65
193
29
616
224

1,100
1,717
18
62
211
7
416
149

1,023
1,808
13
93
206
6
510
157

3,091
1,183
710

2,901
1,089
703

3,073
1,191
668

2,985
1,154
666

2,721
968
593

2,712
884
541

2,982
1,016
638

536
128
297

595
135
338

470
134
229

510
141
221

522
139
336

434
131
264

437
130
257

8
Other financial claims
9
Payable in dollars
10
Payable in foreign currencies .
11 Commercial claims
12 Tradereceivables. .
..
13 Advance payments and other claims
14
15

.

....

•
..

Payable in dollars . .
Payable in foreign currencies

By area or country
Financial claims
16 Europe
17
Belgium— Luxembourg
18
France
. ...
19
Germany
20
Netherlands
21
Switzerland . . . .
22
United Kingdom

.
....
.
,

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
..
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela . . . .

31
32
33

Asia
. . .
.
Japan
Middle East oil-exporting countries2

34
35
36

.. i

Africa
Oil-exporting countries3
All other4

37
38
39
40
41
42
43

.
.

Commercial claims
Europe
Belgium—Luxembourg
France
Germany
Netherlands
,
Switzerland
United Kingdom

.

.

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51

Canada
Latin America and Caribbean
Bahamas
Bermuda
....
Brazil
British West Indies
Mexico
Venezuela
..

52
53
54

Asia
Japan
. . .
Middle East oil-exporting countries2

55
56
57

Africa
Oil-exporting countries^
All other4

138




,

....
....

.

.

.

...

67. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks1
Millions of dollars, end of period

1984
Assets

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

June2

May

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

All foreign countries
1 Total, all currencies

459,031 466,648 481,752 475,159 485,930 478,971 466,992 463,511 455,206 450,009 454,424 453,656

2 Claims on United States
3 Parent bank
4
Other banks in United States3 .
5
Nonbanks3
6 Claims on foreigners
7
Other branches of parent bank
8 Banks .
9 Public borrowers
10 Nonbank foreigners . . . . . . . .
11 Other assets

112,897 113,426 122,468 121,465 126,085 125,129 118,132
78,740 80,521 87,317 86,129 89,565 90,155 82,529
13,980 13,699
34,157 32,905 35,151 35,336 36,520 20,994 21,904
326,775 332,914 339,262 333,715 339,323 333,865 328,703
89,447 89,170 94,981 96,258 99,432 96,246 91,805
108,204 111,499 114,854 107,691 112,810 105,858 107,535
25,158 25,599 24,654 24,639 24,241 23,777 23,787
107,420 110,057 109,048 108,544 106,998 107,984 105,576
19,359 20,308 20,022 19,979 20,522 19,977 20,157

12 Total payable in U.S. dollars

350,495 351,455 365,716 359,667 372,646 368,931 358,594 353,810 3 7 8 4 342,023 346,853 350,636
4,8

110,774 111,165 120,065 118,955 123,680
13 Claims on United States
77,572 79,271 85,984 84,687 88,364
14 Parent bank
15 Other banks in United States3 . . . } 33,202 31,894 34,081 34,268 35,316
16 Nonbanks3
(
17 Claims on foreigners
229,130 229,802 235,778 230,438 238,190
18 Other branches of parent bank . .. 71,429 70,080 75,088 73,374 79,685
83,173 84,930 88,467 83,401 86,811
19 Banks .
17,868 18,117 18,098 17,946 17,650
20 Public borrowers
59,977 59,956 58,268 58,988 58,046
21 Nonbank foreigners
22 Other assets
10,591 10,488 9,873 10,274 10,776

122,907
89,022
13,759
20,126
235,495
77,792
81,498
17,524
58,681
10,529

115,793
81,308
13,393
21,092
232,152
7,4
408
82,464
17,676
57,964
10,649

116,637
81,994
12,927
21,716
325,895
93,902
103,420
23,152
105,421
20,979

114,298
80,848
12,614
20,836
228,547
76,364
77,476
17,275
57,432
10,965

113,807
79,680
12,878
21,249
320,809
93,040
101,640
23,076
103,053
20,590

111,309
78,492
12,528
20,289
225,884
75,903
76,638
17,448
55,895
10,691

109,296
75,738
12,357
21,201
320,541
91,248
102,337
23,561
103,395
20,172

106,655
74,368
12,107
20,180
224,682
73,899
76,993
17,840
55,950
10,686

112,813
77,954
13,313
21,546
320,902
91,742
103,123
23,423
102,614
20,709

110,440
76,759
13,121
20,560
225,556
75,029
77,168
17,884
55,475
10,857

113,393
78,109
13,664
21,620
320,162
95,184
100,397
23,343
101,238
20,101

111,426
77,229
13,500
20,697
228,600
78,746
76,940
17,626
55,288
10,610

United Kingdom
23 Total, all currencies

155,096 1 7 9 2 161,007 161,109 159,250 159,038 155,643 154,250 147,696 147,562 149,377 144,385
5,7

24 Claims on United States
36,603 36,646 38,072
30,728 30,875 32,201
25 Parent bank
3
26 Other banks in United States .. . }
5,875 5,771 5,871
27
Nonbanks3
f
113,316 116,055 118,200
28 Claims on foreigners
33,871 33,296 34,617
29 Other branches of parent bank .
30 Banks
40,119 42,300 43,804
31 Public borrowers
6,063 6,213 6,076
32 Nonbank foreigners
33,263 34,246 33,703
33 Other asset*
5,177 5,271 4,735
34 Total payable in U.S. dollars
35 Claims on United States
36 Parent bank
37 Other banks in United States3 . . .\
38 Nonbanks3
}
39 Claims on foreigners
40 Other branches of parent bank . . .
41 Banks
42 Public borrowers
43
Nonbank foreigners
44 Other assets

38,428
32,855
5,573
117,713
38,571
39,779
6,072
33,291
4,968

36,172
30,266
5,906
117,970
36,806
42,244
5,992
32,928
5,108

36,338
30,621
1,252
4,465
117,492
38,620
4,6
009
5,876
32,927
5,208

33,697
27,863
1,273
4,561
116,740
37,728
40,980
5,786
32,246
5,206

31,691
26,054
1,087
4,550
117,255
39,313
39,906
5,510
32,526
5,304

29,333
23,772
1,327
4,234
113,299
37,499
39,133
5,330
31,337
5,064

28,937
23,268
1,214
4,455
113,539
37,653
38,696
5,441
31,749
5,086

29,482
23,753
1,484
4,245
114,284
37,415
39,262
5,424
32,183
5,611

27,675
21,862
1,429
4,384
111,828
37,953
37,443
5,334
31,098
4,882

121,195 121,944 124,501 123,174 122,406 123,933 120,488 118,337 114,358 113,437 114,895 112,809
35,886
30,383
5,503
82,190
28,770
2,4
879
4,356
20,315
3,119

35,934
30,515
5,419
83,067
28,103
30,158
4,414
20,392
2,943

37,282
31,789
5,493
84,599
28,723
31,613
4,390
19,873
2,620

37,598
32,453
5,145
82,769
29,247
29,135
4,408
19,979
2,807

35,234
29,876
5,358
84,087
30,280
30,196
4,296
19,315
3,085

35,387
30,181
1,144
4,062
85,447
32,867
28,778
4,284
19,518
309
,9

32,587
27,239
1,149
4,199
84,729
31,762
2,4
944
4,288
19,235
3,172

30,641
25,509
950
4,182
84,553
33,623
27,961
3,983
18,986
3,143

28,282
23,323
1,195
3,764
83,082
32,704
27,986
3,879
18,513
294
,9

27,902
22,810
1,113
3,979
82,471
32,476
27,093
4,063
18,839
3,064

28,590
23,358
1,437
3,795
82,991
32,689
27,290
404
,9
18,918
3,314

26,868
21,495
1,363
4,010
82,945
33,607
26,805
4,030
18,503
296
,9

Bahamas and Caymans
45 Total, all currencies
46 Claims on United States
47 Parent bank
48 Other banks in United States3
49 Nonbanks3
50 Claims on foreigners
51 Other branches of parent bank . .
52 Banks
53 Public borrowers
54 Nonbank foreigners
55 Other assets

56 Total payable in U.S. dollars




142,670141,347 150,289 145,563 156,658 153,704 147,541 146,861 144,207 138,981 141,610 146,811
71,315
44,313
27,002
6,6
740
19,269
32,971
602
,0
12,497
3,895

71,242
45,402
25,840
66,212
17,892
33,125
5,965
12,464
3,893

78,352
50,959
27,393
6,2
804
19,288
34,896
6,039
11,823
3,913

75,964
48,379
27,585
65,758
18,075
32,822
609
,0
12,115
3,841

83,613
54,654
28,959
69,033
21,110
33,659
5,918
12,350
4,012

81,807
54,307
11,891
15,609
68,109
17,926
31,746
5,993
12,444
3,788

77,881
49,914
11,644
16,323
65,620
15,567
32,007
600
,0
12,046
400
,4

78,424
50,926
11,258
16,240
64,263
16,093
30,505
5,883
11,782
4,174

76,642
49,707
10,825
16,110
63,545
15,639
30,075
6,119
11,712
4,020

71,911
45,641
10,479
15,791
63,031
15,117
30,263
6,057
11,594
4,039

75,655
48,202
11,043
16,410
62,024
13,837
30,529
6,075
11,583
3,931

77,296
4,4
949
11,544
16,303
65,598
17,661
30,246
6,089
11,602
3,917

136,263 134,984 143,802 139,163 150,193 147,546 141,579 140,666 138,307 133,002 136,211 141,562

139

67. 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

2

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dei*.

All foreign countries
57 Total, all currencies
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

69 Total payable in U.S. dollars . .
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80

459,031 466,648 481,752 475,159 485,930 478,971 466,992 463,511 455,206 450,009 454,424 453,656

n.a.
Negotiable CDs4
n.a.
n.a.
182,789 185,624 188,545
To United States
Parent bank
80,097 82,055 78,119
27,481 26,576 29,623
Other banks in United States
75,211 76,993 80,803
Nonbanks
257,136261,443 273,061
To foreigners
Other branches of parent bank . . . 83,688 83,626 89,229
86,898 89,493 95,639
Banks
19,716 20,551 18,248
Official institutions
68,728 69,714 71,923
Nonbank foreigners
Other liabilities
19,106 19,581 20,146

4

Negotiable CDs
To United States
Parent bank
Other banks in United States .
Nonbanks
To foreigners
Other branches of parent bank
Banks
Official institutions
Nonbank foreigners
Other liabilities

n.a.
184,707
76,026
27,737
8,4
094
270,190
92,991
90,164
17,887
71,205
20,262

n.a.
191,039
80,488
28,399
82,152
274,959
94,894
94,042
19,606
68,882
19,932

43,421
162,954
81,380
23,174
58,400
252,891
93,031
83,025
19,523
57,312
19,705

41,297
155,438
78,438
22,365
54,818
249,501
89,862
80,082
21,261
58,296
20,756

41,656
152,730
77,234
19,726
55,770
247,597
91,572
78,796
20,238
56,991
21,528

39,866
147,183
75,186
20,155
51,842
2679
4,9
91,266
77,471
21,566
56,496
21,358

38,520
140,195
75,367
18,967
45,861
249,161
90,274
82,235
19,501
57,151
22,133

37,915
139,186
70,955
18,679
49,552
254,886
91,404
86,822
20,883
55,777
22,437

37,725
147,583
78,739
18,409
50,435
247,907
93,909
78,203
20,281
55,514
20,441

368,650 370,305 383,099 375,719 390,726 386,295 375,661 371,224 365,217 357,949 363,210 367,145
n.a. n.a.
178,918 181,304
77,722 79,438
27,004 26,026
74,192 75,840
180,715 179,883
66,561 65,245
50,583 50,704
14,672 15,834
50,629 49,864
9,017 9,118

n.a.
184,259
75,527
29,054
79,678
189,600
70,373
56,225
13,162
51,656
9,240

n.a.
180,405
73,583
27,163
79,659
185,187
70,928
50,917
13,346
51,828
10,127

n.a.
186,760
78,012
27,763
80,985
193,984
75,813
55,004
14,835
50,589
9,982

40,852
158,410
78,671
22,593
57,146
177,103
74,938
46,987
14,124
41,054
9,930

38,990
151,180
75,730
21,749
53,701
175,101
72,056
44,858
16,117
42,070
10,390

39,610
148,197
74,648
19,052
54,497
172,614
74,170
42,373
15,476
40,595
10,803

37,629
142,662
72,414
19,492
50,756
174,364
74,100
42,772
16,850
4,4
062
10,562

36,102
135,924
72,856
18,313
44,755
174,796
72,826
46,227
14,850
40,893
11,127

35,608 35,227
134,991 143,571
68,432 76,254
18,128 17,935
48,431 49,382
181,455 178,260
75,110 77/170
50,501 45,123
16,068 15,T73
39,776 39,594
11,156 10,087

United Kingdom
81 Total, all currencies
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92

Negotiable CDs4
To United States
Parent bank
Other banks in United States
Nonbanks
To foreigners
Other branches of parent bank . . .
Banks
Official institutions
Nonbank foreigners
Other liabilities

93 Total payable in U.S. dollars
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104

Negotiable CDs4
To United States
Parent bank
Other banks in United States .
Nonbanks
To foreigners
Other branches of parent bank
Banks
Official institutions
Nonbank foreigners
Other liabilities

155,096 157,972 161,007 161,109 159,250 159,038 155,643 154,250 147,696 147,562 149,377 144,385

n.a,
55,618
17,075
10,640
27,903
92,268
18,526
38,812
10,530
24,400
7,210

n.a.
56,550
18,307
10,570
27,673
93,734
17,741
39,548
11,531
24,914
7,688

n.a.
56,228
15,850
11,440
28,938
97,109
21,477
42,073
8,833
24,726
7,670

n.a.
56,526
16,311
10,542
29,673
97,064
21,939
40,751
9,403
24,971
7,519

n.a.
55,353
17,820
9,487
28,0*6
96,530
20,791
41,597
10,377
23,765
7,367

39,840 37,998 38,265 36,600 34,948 34,269 34,443
31,949 29,682 29,667 27,280 26,558 25,338 25,250
18,532 16,730 18,127 16,130 16,598 15,060 14,651
4,701 4,277 3,581 3,486 3,418 3,074 3,125
8,716
79,802
21,298
32,917
9,928
15,659
7,447

8,675
80,261
21,459
31,435
11,301
16,066
7,702

7,959
78,469
22,252
30,735
10,480
15,002
7,849

7,664
75,901
21,536
28,996
10,625
14,744
7,915

6,542
77,985
21,023
32,436
9,650
14,876
8,071

7,204
81,217
20,846
34,739
10,505
15,127
8,553

7,474
77,424
21,ecn
30,436
10,154
15,20.1
7.29H

126,987 127,622 130,985 128,369 128,446 128,922 126,294 124,260 119,337 118,103 119,287 117,497
n.a.
54,535
16,838
10,406
27,291
69,557
14,758
26,386
8,594
19,819
2,895

n.a.
55,105
17,900
10,247
26,958
69,438
13,956
26,229
9,777
19,476
3,079

n.a.
55,031
15,606
11,204
28,221
72,892
17,559
28,833
6,910
19,590
3,062

n.a.
55,201
16,127
10,292
28,782
69,739
14,801
27,286
7,650
20,002
3,429

n.a.
54,094
17,624
9,200
27,270
70,955
15,907
27,308
8,760
18,980
3,397

38,463
30,602
18,244
4,486
7,872
56,274
17,362
19,541
7,945
11,426
3,583

36,757
28,349
16,390
4,018
7,941
57,495
17,472
18,197
9,610
12,216
3,693

37,219
28,027
17,701
3,277
7,049
55,337
18,384
16,984
8,920
11,049
3,677

35,398
25,763
15,679
3,166
6,918
54,590
18,175
16,015
9,375
11,025
3,586

33,703
25,178
16,209
3,174
5,795
55,432
17,600
18,309
8,306
11,267
3,740

33,16S 33,070
24,024 24,105
14,68H 14,339
2,862 2,980
6,474
6,786
58,163 56,923
17,562 18,294
20,262 18,356
9,072
8,871
11,267 11,402
3,932
3,3^9

Bahamas and Caymans
105 Total, all currencies
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116

Negotiable CDs4
To United States
Parent bank
Other banks in United States .
Nonbanks
To foreigners
Other branches of parent bank
Banks
Official institutions
Nonbank foreigners
Other liabilities

117 Total payable in U.S. dollars

140



142,670 141,347 150,289 145,563 156,658 153,704 147,541 146,861 144,207 138,981 141,610 146,811

n.a.
105,221
45,692
15,222
44,307
35,206
13,799
9,884
2,310
10,758
2,243

n.a.
105,694
45,129
14,476
46,089
33,412
13,392
9,373
1,870
10,378
2,241

n.a.
111,088
4,4
609
16,565
48,474
36,839
13,629
11,428
2,397
11,027
2,362

n.a.
107,694
43,961
15,794
47,939
35,524
14,533
9,902
1,869
10,895
2,345

n.a.
114,715
4,4
649
17,478
50,788
39,427
16,096
12,178
2,198
11,018
2,516

1,065
110,722
45,725
16,989
4,0
808
39,338
13,873
12,485
2,681
10,299
2,579

965
105,967
44,727
16,498
44,742
37,828
12,381
12,635
2,427
10,385
2,781

905
103,457
41,915
14,742
46,800
39,598
14,446
12,200
2,674
10,278
2,901

788
100,311
41,693
15,459
43,159
40,213
15,283
11,978
3,028
9,924
2,895

S78
95,249
42,851
14,167
38,231
39,872
14,823
13,068
2,211
9,770
2,982

898
95,975
40,517
14,187
41,271
41,764
16,455
13,993
2,376
8,940
2,973

615
102,9:15
47,162

41,855
40,320
16,782
12,405
2,054
9,0^9
2,921

138,805 137,666 146,253 141,322 152,517 149,634 143,590 142,836 140,531 135,326 137,866 143,382

67. Assets and liabilities of foreign brancnes of U.S. banks1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1985

Assets

Jan.

Feb.

Mar,

Apr.

| May | June

July

Aug. | Sept.

Oct.

| Nov. [ Dee.

All foreign countries
1 Total, all currencies .

446,622 454,412 463,646 462,069 459,9% 458,218 463,981 457,525 456,700 454,492 455,935 458,104
119,332
83,995
14,737
2,0
060
323,032
91,205
105,020
23,209
103,598
21,617

2 Claims on United States
3 Parent bank
4 Other banks in United States3
5 Nonbanks'
6 Claims on foreigners
7 Other branches of parent bank
8 Banks
9 Public boi rowers
10 Nonbank foreigners
11 Other assets

115,549 119,014
79,432 84,068
13,625 13,733
22,492 21,213
311,085 316,042
87,952 89,786
100,489 104,922
22,762 22,431
99,882 98,903
19,988 19,356

12 Total payable in U.S.

344,988 353,271 356,084 352,855 351,180 350,135 346,112 341,872 335,326 331,610 329,622 336,339

13 Claims on United States
14 Parent bank
15 Other banks in United States3
16 Nonbanks3
17 Claims on foreigners
18 Other branches of parent bank
19 Banks . .
20 Public borrowers
21 Nonbank foreigners
22 Other assets

113,302 116,710
78,506 83,058
13,432 13,460
21,364 20,192
221,161 226,123
72,927 74,848
75,932 79,458
17,302 16,956
55,000 54,861
10,525 10,438

119,903
86,788
13,089
2,2
006
323,329
93,687
105,510
22,658
101,474
20,414

117,532
85,706
12,783
19,043
228,435
77,926
78,948
17,165
54,396
10,117

121,784
86,869
14,194
20,721
320,444
91,751
104,543
23,216
100,934
19,841

119,185
85,737
13,835
19,613
223,803
75,506
76,846
17,335
54,116
9,867

121,105
85,575
14,098
21,432
318,447
91,410
102,537
23,193
101,307
20,438

118,650
84,606
13,702
20,342
222,546
75,651
75,632
17,394
53,869
9,984

121,200
85,210
14,457
21,533
316,156
89,875
101,492
23,136
101,653
20,862

118,642
84,224
14,015
20,403
221,510
74,635
75,286
17,305
54,284
9,983

116,361
82,845
14,113
19,403
219,843
74,504
75,282
17,118
52,939
9,908

122,861
86,735
14,051
22,075
313,288
89,678
99,162
22,958
101,490
21,376

120,113
85,806
13,444
20,863
212,051
72,475
70,916
17,132
51,528
9,708

119,526
85,463
13,258
20,805
314,997
87,673
102,334
23,389
101,601
22,177

116,630
84,252
12,697
19,681
208,868
69,241
71,013
17,386
51,228
9,828

121,806
87,255
12,808
21,743
310,480
86,912
98,578
23,478
101,512
22,206

118,630
86,101
12,258
20,271
203,009
68,576
67,344
17,432
49,657
9,971

115,587
82,327
12,096
21,164
317,498
89,580
102,907
23,613
101,398
22,850

112,419
81,162
11,463
19,794
207,258
70,548
69,646
17,277
49,787
9,945

119,826
87,201
13,070
19,555
315,763
91,399
103,014
23,395
97,955
22,515

116,758
85,971
12,467
18,320
209,947
72,689
71,738
17,192
48,328
9,634

United Kingdom
23 Total, all currencies .

146,293 149,702 150,972 149,144 148,860 149,600 151,456 151,118 150,276 149,607 152,456 148,599

28,750 31,884 29,649 2 , 0
24 Claims on United States
999
22,265 25,287 23,224 23,215
25 Parent bank
3
1,540 1,561 1,511 1,649
26 Other banks in United States . . . .
4,945 5,036 4,914 5,045
27 NonbarJcs3
112,479 113,126 116,176 114,138
28 Claims on foreigners
36,559 35,573 36,147 34,485
29 Other branches of parent bank
39,235 41,186 41,010 41,242
30 Banks . ,
5,226 5,052 4,949 4,967
31 Public borrowers
31,459 31,315 34,070 33,444
32 Nonbank foreigners
5,064 4,692 5,147 5,097
33 Other assets
34 Total payable in U.S. dollars
35 Claims on United States
36 Parent bank
37 Other banks in United States3
38 Nonbanks3
39 Claims on foreigners
40 Other branches of parent bank
41
Banks . ,
42 Public borrowers
43 Nonbank foreigners
44 Other assets

30,294
23,534
1,613
5,147
113,416
34,535
39,905
4,932
34,044
5,150

31,273
23,881
1,691
5,701
113,234
34,230
39,850
4,973
34,181
5,093

31,102
24,330
1,525
5,247
114,860
33,572
40,546
5,056
35,686
5,494

35,256
28,156
1,474
5,626
110,513
32,654
37,796
5,054
35,009
5,349

32,620
25,829
1,334
5,457
112,529
32,418
40,504
5,112
34,495
5,127

33,816
26,956
1,269
5,591
110,325
32,110
37,858
5,482
34,875
5,466

33,774
26,718
1,289
5,767
112,865
30,600
40,482
5,735
36,048
5,817

33,150
26,970
1,106
5,074
110,224
31,576
39,250
5,644
33,754
5,225

113,116 116,400 114,389 111,931 111,880 112,687 110,452 110,973 108,731 108,024 108,699 108,626
27,774
21,929
1,496
4,349
82,357
32,091
27,626
3,861
18,779
2,985

30,919
24,885
1,498
4,536
82,459
31,290
28,761
3,672
18,736
3,022

28,807
22,884
1,462
4,461
82,731
31,621
28,184
3,534
19,392
2,851

28,977
22,885
1,572
4,520
79,958
29,505
27,803
3,503
19,147
2,996

29,369
23,241
1,488
4,640
79,616
29,817
27,184
3,500
19,115
2,895

30,319
23,576
1,604
5,139
79,506
2,0
946
27,317
3,587
19,196
2,862

3,4
009
23,957
1,415
4,677
77,479
28,656
26,349
3,538
18,936
2,924

34,207
27,853
1,355
4,999
73,807
27,031
24,382
3,599
18,795
2,959

31,505
25,358
1,247
490
,0
74,301
26,596
25,458
3,633
18,614
2,925

32,569
26,495
1,194
4,880
72,323
26,719
23,888
3,966
17,750
3,132

32,553
26,210
1,205
5,138
72,842
2,8
499
25,667
3,982
18,204
3,304

32,085
26,568
1,005
4,512
73,482
26,011
26,139
3,999
17,333
3,059

Bahamas and Caymans
45 Total, all currencies
46 Claims on United States
47 Parent blink
48 Other banks in United States3
49 Nonbanks3
50 Claims on foreigners
51 Other branches of parent bank
52 Banks
53 Public borrowers
54 Nonbank foreigners
55 Other asset*

56 Total payable in U.S. dollars




141,902 144,665 147,041 145,096 144,033 143,549 140,786 138,510 135,519 135,262 133,645 142,055
76,923
49,023
11,265
16,635
61,157
14,382
29,180
6,163
11,432
3,822

76,435
50,036
11,301
15,098
64,374
16,235
30,864
6,107
11,168
3,856

78,872
53,926
10,758
14,188
64,308
15,685
31,415
6,359
10,849
3,861

79,132
52,979
11,642
14,511
62,137
14,716
29,807
674
,0
10,910
3,827

78,834
51,872
11,720
15,242
61,576
15,268
28,868
6,669
10,771
3,623

78,014
51,158
11,995
14,861
61,951
15,645
28,452
6,727
11,127
3,584

75,242
48,657
12,379
14,206
62,204
15,669
29,182
6,590
10,763
3,340

74,421
47,815
11,718
14,888
6,5
094
16,479
27,544
6,527
10,404
3,135

72,744
47,299
11,138
14,307
59,466
15,428
27,087
6,598
10,353
3,309

73,572
47,918
10,812
14,842
58,467
15,856
25,861
6,417
10,333
3,223

69,923
45,811
10,082
14,030
60,503
17,050
26,768
6,440
10,245
3,219

74,984
50,553
11,217
13,214
63,894
19,042
28,182
6,458
10,212
3,177

137,164 139,544 141,541 139,920 138,720 138,579 135,474 133,521 130,135 129,787 127,997 136,794

141

67. Assets and liabilities of foreign branches of U.S. banks1—Continued
Millions of dollars, end of period
1985

Liabilities

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dee,

All foreign countries
57 Total, all currencies
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

Negotiable CDs4
To United States
Parent bank
Other banks in United States .
Nonbanks
To foreigners
Other branches of parent bank
Banks
Official institutions
Nonbank foreigners
Other liabilities

69 Total payable in U.S. dollars . .
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80

4

Negotiable CDs
To United States
Parent bank
Other banks in United States .
Nonbanks
To foreigners
Other branches of parent bank
Banks
Official institutions
Nonbank foreigners
Other liabilities

446,622 454,412 463,646 462,069 459,990 458,218 463,981 4 7 5 5 456,700 454,492 455,935 458,104
5,2
38,965
144,125
75,669
18,092
50,364
242,519
88,678
79,235
19,484
55,122
21,013

41,963
141,305
72,742
17,820
50,743
250,598
90,783
83,999
19,356
56,460
20,546

41,153
146,023
76,350
17,766
51,907
254,830
94,856
82,658
20,831
56,485
21,640

39,368
145,491
76,378
18,824
50,289
255,618
92,499
83,604
21,854
57,661
21,592

37,755
145,591
78,410
18,774
4,0
847
254,521
91,961
81,530
21,827
59,203
22,123

37,946
147,386
79,819
19,424
48,143
251,573
91,103
80,507
21,703
58,260
21,313

37,679
146,374
80,650
17,025
4,9
869
256,751
92,979
82,762
20,935
60,075
23,177

37,880
144,390
77,472
16,085
50,833
252,6%
90,477
80,931
21,234
60,054
22,559

39,676
143,556
78,631
17,017
47,908
250,345
87,854
82,421
21,020
59,050
23,123

38,044
140,142
75,479
15,602
49,061
252,253
88,539
82,470
21,322
59,922
24,053

36,607
143,169
81,171
15,460
46,538
252,205
88,438
81,871
21,658
60,238
23,954

34,607
155,276
83,649
16,894
54,733
2603
4,0
89,529
76,878
19,523
60,073
22,218

359,383 367,521 370,548 366,958 365,165 365,813 361,407 357,183 350,394 346,883 345,810 353,416
36,456
140,273
73,348
17,554
49,371
172,319
73,458
44,884
14,861
39,116
10,335

39,707
137,561
70,506
17,291
49,764
179,579
75,698
48,712
14,653
40,516
10,674

38,463
141,684
73,927
17,217
50,540
180,121
79,191
44,851
16,049
4,3
000
10,280

36,386
140,835
73,779
18,260
48,796
179,474
76,647
45,157
17,178
4,9
042
10,263

34,783
140,939
75,786
18,201
46,952
179,553
76,101
4,0
446
17,407
41,639
9,890

34,631
142,461
77,013
18,863
46,585
179,354
75,923
44,705
17,278
41,448
9,367

33,712
141,128
77,537
16,439
47,152
177,130
76,381
43,676
15,935
41,138
9,437

34,025
138,768
74,164
15,464
49,140
174,624
73,764
42,850
16,238
41,772
9,766

35,695
136,917
74,778
16,092
4,4
607
167,785
69,606
41,180
16,224
40,775
9,997

33,995
134,266
71,9%
15,128
47,142
168,378
70,007
41,559
16,010
40,802
10,244

32,838
137,036
77,892
14,8%
44,248
165,393
69,261
39,682
15,905
40,545
10,543

31,063
149,899
80,623
16,264
53,012
163,358
70,943
37,323
14,354
40,738
90
,%

United Kingdom
81 Total, all currencies
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92

Negotiable CDs4
To United States
Parent bank
Other banks in United States ,
Nonbanks
To foreigners
Other branches of parent bank
Banks
Official institutions
Nonbank foreigners
Other liabilities

93 Total payable in U.S. dollars , .
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104

Negotiable CDs4
To United States
Parent bank
Other banks in United States .
Nonbanks
To foreigners
Other branches of parent bank
Banks
Official institutions
Nonbank foreigners
Other liabilities

146,293 149,702 150,972 149,144 148,860 149,600 151,456 151,118 150,276 149,607 152,456 148,S99
35,616
27,757
16,714
3,569
7,474
75,040
20,200
31,216
9,084
14,540
7,880

38,446
23,440
13,763
2,948
6,729
80,450
22,147
33,789
9,374
15,140
7,366

37,614
23,735
14,507
2,673
6,555
8,7
0%
23,700
32,003
10,305
14,959
8,656

35,754
23,986
14,033
2,665
7,288
80,914
21,888
32,259
11,590
15,177
8,490

34,228
24,811
14,278
2,735
7,798
81,034
21,785
31,573
11,260
16,416
8,787

34,431
25,480
14,910
3,571
699
,9
81,004
22,565
30,852
11,240
16,347
8,685

34,090
24,167
13,434
2,853
7,880
83,480
23,647
32,389
10,180
17,264
9,719

34,151
25,158
14,336
2,839
7,983
82,317
22,348
31,518
10,823
17,628
9,492

35,819
25,547
14,592
3,592
7,429
79,671
20,233
32,041
10,824
16,573
9,239

33,913
24,958
13,893
2,602
8,463
8,4
066
20,175
33,102
10,812
16,557
10,090

32,708
27,933
18,167
2,453
7,313
81,446
21,932
32,200
10,519
16,795
10,369

31,260
29,425
19,330
294
,7
7,121
78,522
23,289
28,581
9,676
16,876
9,392

117,361 120,791 118,251 116,561 116,317 117,334 114,124 115,065 112,816 111,263 112,681 112,697
34,245 37,1% 35,985 34,191
26,585 22,385 22,232 22,281
16,349 13,506 14,127 13,569
3,420 2,804 2,503 2,500
6,075 5,602 6,212
6,816
52,953 57,656 56,575 56,474
16,941 18,773 20,128 18,452
17,889 20,022 17,191 17,497
7,748 7,854 8,734 9,989
10,375 11,007 10,522 10,536
3,578 3,554 3,459 3,615

32,707
23,206
13,869
2,550
6,787
56,886
18,376
17,417
9,687
11,406
3,518

32,715 31,739 31,906 33,380
23,729 22,254 23,119 23,329
14,472 12,777 13,773 13,995
3,387
2,687 2,628 3,309
6,025
5,870 6,790 6,718
57,504 56,783 56,208 52,245
19,053 19,640 18,241 15,999
17,175 17,249 16,975 15,787
9,648 8,430 9 0 5 9,055
,0
11,628 11,464 11,987 11,404
3,386 3,348 3,832 3,862

31,574
22,854
13,350
2,479
7,025
52,469
15,480
17,053
8,877
11,059
4,366

30,570
25,581
17,651
2,295
5,635
52,091
16,687
15,840
8,357
11,207
4,439

29,337
27,759
18,956
2,826
5,977
51,977
18,493
14,344
7,661
11,479
3,624

Bahamas and Caymans
105 Total, all currencies
106 Negotiable CDs4
107 To United States
108 Parent bank
109 Other banks in United States . . .
110 Nonbanks
111 To foreigners
112 Other branches of parent bank ..
113 Banks
114 Official institutions
115 Nonbank foreigners
116 Other liabilities
117 Total payable in U.S. dollars

142




141,902 144,665 147,041 145,096 144,033 143,549 140,786 138,510 135,519 135,262 133,645 142,055

734
98,428
43,739
13,287
41,402
39,858
16,142
12,218
2,020
9,478
2,882

953
99,188
43,360
13,578
42,250
41,514
17,111
12,%2
1,992
9,449
3,010

779
103,028
45,386
13,948
43,694
40,350
16,742
12,550
1,884
9,174
2,884

634
100,469
43,742
15,102
41,625
41,087
17,175
13,459
1,598
8,855
2,906

436
99,360
45,548
14,537
39,275
41,422
17,752
12,872
2,194
8,604
2,815

344
99,818
45,713
14,742
39,363
40,622
16,608
13,611
1,866
8,537
2,765

320
98,667
47,141
12,972
38,554
39,063
16,640
12,314
1,939
8,170
2,736

356
95,775
43,372
12,151
40,252
39,658
17,632
11,443
1,687
88
,%
2,721

686
94,375
4,4
467
12,092
37,636
37,668
16,023
11,420
1,763
8,462
2,790

745
92,978
43,083
11,946
37,949
38,787
17,201
11,120
1,872
8,594
2,752

747
92,508
43,509
11,874
37,125
37,307
15,593
10,954
2,278
8,482
3,083

610
103,548
44,546
12,778
46,224
35,053
14,075
10,669
1,776
8,533
2,844

138,277 140,%5 143,215 140,945 139,909 139,648 136,823 134,623 131,226 130,992 129,575 138,322

68. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks
A. March 31, 19851
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

Total

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

25
26




Agencies

56,395

202,805

5,839

46,213

13,583

6,265

8,342

66,748
22
1,147
32

60,910
19
1,090
29

5,838
3
57
3

57,038
15
970
28

258
1
28
3

6,034
2
38
0

2,714
2
52
1

272
1
51
0

431
2
8
0

879

131

807

44

65

31

21

43

58,667

5,628

54,999

181

5,918

2,625

197

374

33,709

30,169

3,540

28,292

154

3,310

1,598

123

233

..

126

101

25

101

0

4

0

0

21

..

30,460
2,314

28,397
2,280

2,063
35

26,607
2,239

27
5

2,604
21

1,027
41

74
0

120
9

....

28,145
241

26,117
225

2,028
16

24,368
219

22
1

2,583
12

986
3

74
2

111
5

155,795

120,172

35,623

104,070

4,495

27,632

10,032

3,441

6,125

12,402
4,731

10,925
4,488

1,477
242

10,315
4,273

151
112

1,298
59

423
163

43
25

173
100

568

548

21

532

2

15

0

13

6

73

62

12

50

0

1

12

0

n

7,03C

5,827

1,202

5,460

37

1,223

249

5

55

7,796

6,636

1,159

6,426

658

449

130

48

84

6,270
1,526

5,469
1,167

801
359

5,267
1,159

360
298

398
51

122
8

48
0

74
10

7,655

6,496

1,159

6,286

658

448

130

48

84

49
7,606

30
6,466

19
1,140

30
6,256

18
640

0
448

0
130

0
48

1
83

141

140

1

140

0

1

0

0

0

143,537
145
143,392

109,347
100
109,247

34,190
44
34,145

93,845
89
93,755

4,354
10
4,344

26,370
35
26,334

9,614
5
9,608

3,400
2
3,398

5,955
2
5,953

By holder
Commercial banks in United States
Others

27 Total loans, gross
28 LESS' Unearned income on loans
29 EQUALS* Loans net

Branches

226,652

64,295

20 Federal funds sold and securities
purchased under agreements
to resell

24

Other states2

1,011

....
....

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

By type
One-day maturity or continuing
contract
Securities purchased under
agreements to resell
Other
Other securities purchased under
agreements to resell

Illinois,
branches

..

14 Total securities, loans, and lease
financing receivables

23

J Branches Agencies Branches Agencies

California,
total

283,047

1 Total assets3

21
22

New York

.

...

143

68. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
A. March 31, 1985l—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item
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

New York

1 Branches Agencies Branches Agencies

California,
total

Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches
Agencies

5,005
54,382
27,466

2,795
41,554
19,941

2,210
12,827
7,525

1,810
37,237
18,034

10
954
390

1,340
11,549
7,365

405
3,265
1,253

277
519
246

1,163
858
178

23,500
3,965
23,918
841
23,077
2,998

16,336
3,605
19,042
657
18,385
2,571

7,164
360
4,876
184
4,692
426

14,566
3,468
17,351
497
16,854
1,851

373
17
543
13
530
22

7,047
318
3,766
180
3,586
418

1,170
83
1,336
149
1,187
676

202
44
273
1
272
1

144
34
649
1
648
31

1,537
39 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities . . . . .
66,096
40 Commercial and industrial loans
41 U S addressees (domicile)
42,300
42 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
23,795
43 Loans to individuals for household, family,
and other personal expenditures
362
44 All other loans
16,156
45 I^ans to foreign governments and
15,269
official institutions
46 Other
887

1,451
51,021
32,199
18,822

86
15,075
10,101
4,974

1,375
41,848
24,447
17,401

1
2,110
261
1,849

158
11,245
8,476
2,768

0
5,395
4,840
554

3
2,387
1,709
679

0
3,111
2,566
544

243
12,283

119
3,873

205
11,369

91
1,188

27
2,052

9
540

21
192

9
815

11,534
749

3,735
138

10,752
617

1,173
14

1,941
111

479
61

152
41

772
43

47 Lease financing receivables
0
52,709
48 All other assets
..
49 Customers' liability on acceptances
19,114
outstanding
. .,
11,862
50
U.S. addressees (domicile)
7,252
51
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
52 Net due from related banking institutions4 . . . . 26,192
53 Other
7,402

0
38,934

0
13,775

0
35,270

0
428

0
12,098

0
706

0
2,504

C
1,702

14,624
7,939
6,686
18,243
6,067

4,490
3,923
566
7,949
1,336

14,150
7,629
6,520
15,642
5,479

36
6
30
229
163

4,446
3,967
479
6,600
1,052

207
196
11
132
367

197
42
154
2,184
123

79
21
57
1,406
218

144




. ..

68. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
A. March 31, 1985l—Continued
Millions of dollars
AU states2
Item

Branches Agencies Branches Agencies

total
3

New York

California,
total

Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches Agencies

283,047

226,652

56,395

202,805

5,839

46,213

13,583

6,265

8,342

160,875
55 Total deposits and credit balances
46,539
56 Individuals, partnerships and corporations .
26,240
57
U.S addressees (domicile)
20,299
58
Nbn-U S addressees (domicile) .
59 U.S. government, states, and political
72
suttdivisions in United States
114,264
60 All other
61
Foreign governments and official
7,632
institutions
46,695
62
Commercial banks in United States
63
U.S. branches and agencies of
37,706
other foreign banks
8,989
64
Other commercial banks in United States . . .
59,526
65
Banks in foreign countries
7,069
66
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
52,457
67
Other banks in foreign countries
68
Certified and officers' checks,
travelers checks, and letters of
411
credit sold for cash

138,891
42,671
26,179
16,492

21,985
3,868
61
3,807

127,600
36,418
20,995
15,423

2,037
109
12
97

18,914
1,663
377
1,286

5,224
2,160
1,797
363

3,631
3,134
3,038
97

3,469
3,054
20
3,034

72
96,147

0
18,117

27
91,155

0
1,928

9
17,242

11
3,054

26
471

0
414

7,126
35,999

506
10,696

6,994
33,688

312
948

111
10,276

40
1,454

20
241

154
88

28,945
7,054
52,654
5,777
46,878

8,761
1,935
6,871
1,292
5,579

27,010
6,678
50,132
5,283
44,849

564
384
655
237
418

8,700
1,576
6,831
1,194
5,638

1,252
202
1,547
292
1,256

140
102
205
51
155

40
48
154
13
142

368

43

341

13

24

13

4

17

3,400
1,915
1,199
716

3,158
1,770
1,198
572

242
145
1
144

2,885
1,557
1,010
547

14
0
0
0

87
58
26
32

126
106
102
4

91
65
59
6

196
129
1
128

7
1,478

7
1,381

0
97

7
1,321

0
14

0
29

0
19

0
26

0
67

304
97

301
85

3
11

279
82

0
0

1
1

2
1

20
2

2
11

33
63
665

33
53
626

1
10
39

32
49
620

0
0

1

0
1
3

0
1
4

0
2
0

1
10
37

411

368

43

341

13

24

13

4

17

156,121
81 Time deposits
43,416
82 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
24,366
83
U S addressees (domicile)
....
19,049
84
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
85 U.S. government, states, and political
65
subdivisions in United States
112,641
86 All other
87
Foreign governments and official
institutions
7,286
46,583
88
Commercial banks in United States
89
U.S. branches and agencies of
37,672
other foreign banks
90
Other commercial banks in United States . . .
8,911
58,772
91
Banks in foreign countries

134,664
39,914
24,365
15,549

21,457
3,502
1
3,501

123,864
34,091
19,556
14,534

1,913
58
0
58

18,714
1,493
293
1,200

5,014
1,970
1,614
356

3,458
2,988
2,902
86

3,158
2,817
1
2,816

65
94,685

0
17,955

20
89,753

0
1,856

9
17,212

10
3,034

25
445

0
341

6,813
35,909

472
10,674

6,703
33,602

287
937

109
10,275

38
1,453

1
239

147
77

28,912
6,997
51,963

8,760
1,914
6,809

26,977
6,625
49,448

564
373
631

8,700
1,575
6,828

1,252
201
1,543

140
100
205

39
38
117

995
995
541
454

878
878
541
337

117
117
0
117

662
662
355
307

0
0
0
0

83
83
30
53

84
84
80
4

81
81
76
5

85
85
0
85

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

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 commercial banks in United States . . .
79
Banks in foreign countries
80
Certified and officers' checks,
travelers checks, and letters of
credit sold for cash
..

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




145

68. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
A. March 31, 19851—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

New York

Item
Branches Agencies Branches Agencies

Total

California,
total

Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches Agencies

359
213
134
80

191
110
75
35

169
104
59
45

189
108
73
35

109
51
12
39

30
30
29
1

0
0
0
0

1
1
1
0

30
24
19
5

0
146

0
81

0
65

0
81

0
58

0
1

0
0

0
0

0
6

42
16

12
5

31
11

12
5

25
11

1
0

0
0

0
0

6
0

1

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

15
88

4
65

11
23

4
65

11
23

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

109 Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreements to repurchase

22,956

18,071

4,886

17,082

629

4,328

533

186

198

By holder
1 10 Commercial banks in United States
1 1 1 Others . ,
....

18,692
4,265

14,368
3,703

4,324
562

13,466
3,616

247
382

4,174
154

465
68

186
0

154
44

21,834

17,034

4,801

16,122

546

4,316

467

186

198

2,514
19,320

2,408
14,626

106
4,695

2,3%
13,726

69
477

38
4,277

2
464

0
186

8
190

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

112
113
114
115

By type
One-day maturity or continuing contract
Securities sold under agreements to
repurchase . ,
Other
Other securities sold under agreements
to repurchase

1,122

1,037

85

960

83

13

66

0

0

. ...

38,070
36,150
35,081
1,069
1,920
1,739
181

23,330
21,557
20,684
874
1,772
1,648
124

14,740
14,592
14,398
195
148
91
57

21,129
19,524
18,710
815
1,605
1,481
124

1,691
1,637
1,622
15
54
7
47

12,706
12,613
12,607
6
94
84
10

1,260
1,100
1,075
25
161
161
0

484
478
444
34
6
6
0

799
799
624
175
0
0
0

123 All other liabUities
124 Acceptances executed and outstanding
125 Net due to related banking institutions4 . . .
126 Other

61,146
21,571
33,809
5,765

46,361
16,705
24,604
5,053

14,784
4,866
9,206
712

36,993
16,216
16,163
4,615

1,483
16
1,354
113

10,264
4,841
4,855
569

6,565
219
6,075
271

1,964
199
1,654
111

3,877
81
3,709
87

116,249

96,971

19,279

86,534

142

18,536

4,944

3,282

2,811

35,706
80,543

33,714
63,256

1,992
17,287

28,328
58,206

1
141

1,232
17,304

1,827
3,117

2,906
376

1,412
1,399

89

53

35

34

0

14

7

8

26

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

11,713

11,677

36

9,834

0

193

462

1,195

28

3,333

2,408

925

2,024

114

933

0

261

1

48,789

47,325

1,464

45,305

1,384

150

1,896

20

35

19,313
9,040
33,989
30,500
3,489

19,097
6,065
29,008
26,035
2,973

215
2,975
4,981
4,465
516

6,060
5,497
24,931
22,191
2,740

0
257
88
19
69

448
2,634
4,183
3,823
360

9,697
166
2,730
2,560
170

2,8%
245
715
685
30

211
241
1,342
1,221
121

4,802

4,590

211

4,009

0

269

384

42

97

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
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 (domiclie)
140 Standby letters of credit conveyed to others
through participations (included in
total standby letters of credit)
. ..

146



68* Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
A. March 31, 1985l—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 institutic*iS4
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 subsidiaries
. .
150 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
151
Head office and non-U.S, branches
and agencies
152
Non-U.S. banking companies and
offices
.
. . .
4

153 Gross due to related banking institutions
154 U S addressees (domicile)
155
Branches and agencies in the United
States
156
In the same state as reporter
157
In other states
.
158
U S banking subsidiaries
159 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
160
Head office and non-U.S. branches
and agencies
161
Non-U.S. banking companies and
offices

Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar
month) ending with report date
162 Total assets
163 Cash arid due from depository institutions
164 Federal funds sold and securities purchased
under agreements to resell
165 Total loans .
166 Loans to banks in foreign countries
167 Total deposits and credit balances
168 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000
or more
169 Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreements torepurchase. . . .
170 Other liabilities for borrowed money
171 Number ofreportsfiled5




New York

Branches Agencies Branches Agencies

California
total

Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches Agencies

569

362

207

328

3

213

10

3

12

4,716

3,591

1,125

3,465

57

1,075

93

17

10

28,058
100,956
25,732

17,567
81,923
18,951

10,491
19,034
6,781

15,694
74,030
14,355

1,375
977
117

9,400
16,321
5,807

1,120
3,511
1,354

371
3,563
2,900

98
2,554
1,199

24,915
2,130
22,785
818
75,224

18,355
1,471
16,884
596
62,971

6,560
658
5,902
221
12,253

13,780
1,418
12,362
576
59,675

95
48
48
22
860

5,608
595
5,013
199
10,514

1,336
0
1,336
18
2,157

2,897
2
2,896
2
664

1,199
67
1,132
1
1,355

73,240

61,444

11,795

58,185

764

10,306

2,122

663

1,199

1,984

1,527

457

1,489

95

209

35

0

156

108,573
25,066

88,283
17,865

20,291
7,201

74,551
10,207

2,101
49

14,576
3,789

9,454
4,811

3,033
2,320

4,858
3,891

24,545
2,045
22,500
521
83,507

17,482
1,428
16,054
384
70,417

7,063
617
6,446
138
13,089

9,917
1,373
8,544
290
64,344

49
12
37
0
2,053

3,706
608
3,099
82
10,787

4,728
0
4,728
83
4,643

2,311
2
2,309
9
713

3,834
51
3,783
57
967

81,154

68,346

12,808

62,340

1,957

10,631

4,627

713

886

2,353

2,072

281

2,005

95

157

15

0

81

284,148
64,446

226,858
58,357

57,290
6,089

203,048
54,573

5,846
285

47,090
6,164

13,569
2,755

6,365
255

8,231
414

8,728
139,987
23,179
155,980

7,590
106,529
18,370
134,186

1,139
33,458
4,810
21,794

7,213
91,408
16,788
123,067

613
4,165
573
1,799

545
26,012
3,679
18,872

255
9,389
1,237
5,361

43
3,405
265
3,581

59
5,609
637
3,300

34,876

32,875

2,001

27,399

0

1,277

1,902

2,914

1,384

20,816
39,750

16,179
24,499

4,637
15,251

15,113
22,196

606
1,722

4,101
13,177

571
1,323

258
458

168
874

465

293

172

187

28

120

45

32

53

147

68* Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
B. June 30, 19851
Millions of dollars
All states2

New York

Item
Total

...

24
25
26

148



202,840

5,632

47,761

14,258

5,941

8,609

65,502
22
1,349
64

59,251
20
1,293
55

6,252
2
56
10

55,038
16
1,167
53

140
0
27
4

6,154
2
32
0

3,268
2
66
1

311
1
41
0

593
1
15
5

1,114

925

188

838

34

114

44

22

62

62,700

56,716

5,984

52,736

74

5,996

3,146

245

504

33,777

30,270

3,507

28,143

47

3,506

1,680

150

252

105

49

55

44

2

1

0

5

53

28,818
2,253
26,565
253

26,397
2,185
24,211
241

2,421
67
2,354
12

24,548
2,068
22,480
228

25
5
20
0

2,489
50
2,439
10

1,466
117
1,349
9

90
0
90
2

200
13
187
4

123,166

35,915

107,113

4,234

28,284

9,945

3,422

6,084

11,565
3,744

1,792
204

10,820
3,460

117
75

1,609
61

530
234

43
19

237
100

571

558

13

542

0

17

0

12

0

86

12

62

0

0

12

1

11

1,564

6,758

42

1,530

285

11

126

6,795

1,536

6,554

932

509

172

42

122

6,572
1,758

...

75

7,188

8,330

By holder
Commercial banks in United States
Others

27 Total loans gross
28
LESS* Unearned income on loans
29 EQUALS: Loans, net . . .

Agencies

58,130

8,752

20 Federal funds sold and securities
purchased under agreements
to resell

By type
One-day maturity or continuing
contract
Securities purchased under
agreements to resell
Other
Other securities purchased under
agreements to resell

Branches

226,910

13,357
3,948

14 Total securities, loans, and lease
financing receivables

23

Other states

159,081

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

21
22

Illinois,
branches

285,041

1 Total assets3

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

Branches Agencies Branches Agencies

California
total

5,600
1,195

972
563

5,383
1,170

513
419

419
90

147
25

42
0

68
54

8,029

6,495

1,534

6,254

932

508

172

42

122

104
7,925

54
6,440

50
1,484

43
6,211

50
882

0
508

0
172

12
30

0
122

301

300

1

300

0

1

0

0

0

145,845
121
145,724

111,686
85
111,601

34,159
35
34,123

96,369
76
96,292

4,121
4
4,117

26,708
33
26,675

9,419
4
9,414

3,380
1
3,378

5,849
2
5,847

68. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
B. June 30, 1985l—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

New York

Item
Total
Total loans, gross, by category
30 Real estate loans . . . .
31 Loans to financial institutions
32
Commercial banks in United States
33
U.S. branches and agencies of other
foreign banks
34
Other commercial banks
35
Banks in foreign countries
36
Foreign branches of U S banks
37
Other
38
Other financial institutions
39 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities
40 Commercial and industrial loans
41
U S addressees (domicile)
42 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
43 Loans to individuals for household, family,
and other personal expenditures
44 All other loans
45
Loans to foreign governments and official
institutions
46
Other

Illinois,
branches

Other states2
Branches Agencies

. .

3,287
41,396
20,323

2,084
12,763
7,559

2,427
36,865
17,843

14
902
312

1,296
11,794
7,685

379
3,154
1,555

195
571
299

1,060
874
189

16,304
4,019
18,009
1,200
16,808
3,064

7,270
290
5,005
238
4,767
198

13,979
3,864
16,667
1,168
15,498
2,355

309
3
569
109
460
22

7,406
279
3,895
144
3,751
214

1,480
76
958
17
941
640

246
53
271
0
271
1

155
34
653
0
653
32

2,215
67,375
43,939
23,435

2,135
52,068
33,535
18,532

80
15,307
10,404
4,903

2,063
43,077
25,867
17,211

0
2,080
253
1,827

151
11,438
8,839
2,599

0
5,391
4,869
522

2
2,353
1,740
613

0
3,036
2,372
664

303
16,423

...

5,370
54,159
27,882
23,573
4,309
23,014
1,439
21,575
3,263

. .

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 institutions4 . . . .
53 Other




Branches Agencies Branches Agencies

California,
total

266
12,535

37
3,888

224
11,713

3
1,123

34
1,996

12
483

21
237

9
871

15,258
1,164

11,547
988

3,711
111

10,857
856

1,109
14

1,858
138

446
37

168
69

819
51

0
52,127

0
37,699

0
14,428

0
34,137

0
326

0
12,814

0
874

0
2,167

0
1,810

19,526
12,282
7,244
26,275
6,325

14,715
8,339
6,376
18,051
4,933

4,811
3,943
868
8,224
1,393

14,149
7,943
6,206
15,595
4,393

23
6
17
156
146

4,825
4,015
810
6,872
1,117

227
222
5
316
331

225
71
154
1,832
110

78
25
53
1,504
228

149

68* Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
B. June 30, 1985J—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

New York

Other states2

Total

Branches

Agencies

Branches

Agencies

California,
total

Branches

Agencies

285,041

226,910

58,130

202,840

5,632

47,761

14,258

5,941

8,609

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

154,239

131,994

22,244

121,589

2,010

18,620

5,067

3,308

3,644

43,625
23,514
20,111

39,475
23,417
16,058

4,150
97
4,053

33,606
18,470
15,136

142
10
132

1,726
430
1,296

2,168
1,953
215

2,735
2,615
120

3,248
37
3,211

66
110,548

66
92,454

0
18,094

23
87,959

0
1,868

2
16,892

12
2,888

29
545

0
396

7,522
46,943

6,981
35,974

541
10,969

6,805
33,702

340
853

157
10,648

25
1,416

31
258

164
66

37,877

29,036

8,840

27,263

478

8,857

1,051

1%

31

9,066
55,753
7,539
48,215

6,938
49,205
6,031
43,174

2,128
6,548
1,508
5,041

6,439
47,1%
5,450
41,746

374
663
265
398

1,790
6,056
1,389
4,666

365
1,437
338
1,099

62
249
81
168

35
154
15
138

330

294

36

256

13

31

10

7

13

69 Demand deposits
70 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
. ..
71
U.S. addressees (domicile)
72
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
73 U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States
74 All other
75
Foreign governments and official
institutions
76
Commercial banks in United States . . 77
U.S. branches and agencies
of other foreign banks
78
Other commercial banks in
United States
79
Banks in foreign countries
80
Certified and officers' checks,
travelers checks, and letters of
credit sold for cash
.*

3,595

3,363

232

3,064

13

92

129

109

189

2,195
1,298
897

2,055
1,298
757

140
0
140

1,837
1,101
735

0
0
0

55
27
28

113
109
3

68
61
7

123
0
123

4
1,396

4
1,304

0
92

3
1,224

0
13

0
37

0
16

0
41

0
66

297
116

290
91

6
25

256
87

0
0

1
1

2
1

31
2

5
25

8

8

0

8

0

0

0

1

0

107
653

82
629

25
24

80
625

0
0

1
4

1
2

1
0

25
23

330

294

36

256

13

31

10

7

13

149,059

127,453

21,605

117,580

1,832

18,384

4,849

3,114

3,301

40,054
21,509
18,544

36,351
21,509
14,842

3,703
1
3,702

30,932
16,951
13,981

64
0
64

1,529
323
1,206

1,965
1,759
206

2,581
2,476
105

2,982
1
2,981

62
108,943

62
91,041

0
17,902

20
86,627

0
1,768

2
16,853

11
2,872

28
504

0
319

7,145
46,806

6,671
35,875

475
10,930

6,529
33,608

292
840

155
10,646

22
1,415

0
256

147
41

37,867

29,028

8,839

27,255

478

8,857

1,051

195

31

8,939
54,992

6,848
48,495

2,091
6,497

6,352
46,491

362
636

1,789
6,052

365
1,434

61
248

10
130

1,136

998

137

768

0

90

90

86

102

1,135
570
566

998
570
428

137
0
137

768
378
390

0
0
0

90
29
61

90
84
5

86
78
8

102
0
102

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

Item
3

54 Total liabilities

81 Time deposits
82 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
83
U.S. addressees (domicile)
84
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
85 U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States
86 All other
87
Foreign governments and official
institutions . .
. . ..
88
Commercial banks in United States . . .
89
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
90
Other commercial banks in
United States
91
Banks in foreign countries
92 Savings deposits .
..
. ,
93 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
94
U.S. addressees (domicile)
95
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
96 U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States
97 All other
..
..

150



Illinois,
branches

68. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
B. June 30, 1985l—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

Total

By holder
110 Commercial banks in United States
1 1 1 Others

114
115

By type
One-day maturity or continuing contract . . . .
Securities sold under agreements to
repurchase
Other
Other securities sold under agreements
to repurchase

116 Other liabilities for borrowed money
117 Owed to banks . .
118
U.S. addressees (domicile)
1 19
Non-U S addressees (domicile)
120 Owed to others
121
U S addressees (domicile)
122
Non-U. S. addressees (domicile)
123 All other liabilities
124 Acceptances executed and outstanding 4
125 Net aue to related banking institutions
126 Other

...

...

450
240
136
104

180
71
41
30

270

166
78
10
68

0

0

52
51

53

0
0

0
0

74

178
69
39
30

54

170
96

0

0

41
36

0
209

0
109

0
100

0
108

0
88

0
1

0
0

o

0

12

80
21

20
8

60
13

20
7

48
13

1
1

0
0

0

o

12
0

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

20
108

7
81

13
27

7
81

12
27

o

1

0
0

0

0

29,892

23,326

6,565

21,858

544

6,077

994

264

154

19 386
3 940

6 136

429

18 136
3,722

253
291

5 964

787

264

118

28,605

22,041

6,564

20,694

544

6,073

876

264

154

2,668
25,937

2,569
19,472

99
6,465

2,553
18,141

89
455

19
6,054

7

0

869

264

154

1 287

1 286

1

1,164

0

4

118

o

0

38 289
36,031
34,812
1,219
2,259
2,082
177

23 897
21,865
20,971
895
2,031
1 864
167

14,393
14,165
13,841

21 635
19,756
18,914
842
1,879
1,712
167

1 717
1,706
1,632
74
11
11
0

12062
11,845
11,836

1 333
1 189
1,170

1 068
1,068

19
145
145
0

473
466
432
34
7
7
0

62,621
22 198
35,724
4,699

47,693
16 923
26,929
3,841

14,928
5,275
8,795

1,360
11
1,207
143

11,002
5,301
5,037

6,863

1,896

3,742

858

37,758
16 334
17,927
3,497

6,430

1,569

3,554

93,989

19,517

84,448

189

18,166

4,787

2,993

2923

31 819
62 170

2,087
17,429

26,576
57 872

0
189

1,310
16 856

2019
2 768

2,504

489

1 497
1 425

58

38

40

0

14

6

8

28

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

11,552

29

9,828

0

194

515

1,019

25

2,164

962

1,880

73

992

9

172

0

46 822

1,535

46,152

1 453

143

552

21

36

20,922
6 965
33,500
30,525
2 929

259

105

2,596
5,387
4,935

2,508

256
239

673

0
179
114
19
95

12,452

2,879
6,179
5,505

5,860
6,339
28,765
26,088
2,677

6,011

339

5,248

0

384

MEMO
127 Time deposits of $100,000 or more
113,505
128 Certificates of deposit (CDs) in
denominations of $100 000 or more
. . . 33,906
79 599
129 Other
130 Savings deposits authorized for automatic
96
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
0
132 Time certificates of deposit in
denominations of $100,000 or more
with remaining maturity of more than
12 months
. . . 11,581
133 Acceptances refinanced with a U.S. -chartered
bank
3,126
134 Statutory or regulatory asset pledge
requirement
. . . 48,357
135 Statutory or regulatory asset maintenance
requirement
. . . 21,181
9,844
136 Commercial letters of credit
..
137 Standby letters of credit, total
39,679
36,030
138 U.S. addressees (domicile)
3 602
139 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
140 Standby letters of credit conveyed to others
through participations (included in
6,350
total standby letters of credit)
.,,




Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches Agencies

25 523
4,369

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 AH 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

112
113

New York

California,
1 Branches Agencies Branches | Agencies total

Item

324
228
218
10

1

113

9
217
207
10

663

451

207

229

204

213

o

o

244
83

5

o

o

37

o

827
241
0

o

0
79

109

3,235
3,067

169

278
748
673
29

1,430
1,248

502

114

102

182

151

68* Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
B, June 30, 1985l—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

New York

Item
Total
141 Holdings of commercial paper included in
443
total gross loans
142 Holdings of acceptances included in total
4,635
commercial and industrial loans
143 Immediately available funds with a maturity
greater than one day (included in other
28,716
liabilities for borrowed money)
144 Gross due from related banking institutions4 . . . 105,276
25,595
145 U.S. addressees (domicile)
146
Branches and agencies in the United
24,886
States
2,947
147
In the same state as reporter
21,939
148
In other states
709
149
U S banking subsidiaries
79,681
150 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
....
151
Head office and non-U.S. branches
77,472
and agencies
2,209
152
Non-U.S. banking companies and offices . . .
114,725
153 Gross due to related banking institutions4 .
25,969
154 U.S. addressees (domicile)
155
Branches and agencies in the United
States
.
. . . . 25,338
2,718
156
In the same state as reporter
157
In other states .
. . . . 22,621
630
158
U.S. banking subsidiaries
88,756
159 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
160
Head office and non-U.S. branches
85,914
and agencies
2,841
161
Non-U.S. banking companies and offices . . .
Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar
month) ending with report date
284,241
162 Total assets
64,143
163 Cash and due from depository institutions
164 Federal funds sold and securities purchased
7,376
under agreements to resell
1 6 5 Total loans
...
. . . 140,454
22,766
166 Loans to banks in foreign countries
153,536
167 Total deposits and credit balances
168 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000
34,575
or more
..
169 Federal funds purchased and securities sold
25,836
under agreements to repurchase
170 Other liabilities for borrowed money
, . 38,526
171 Number of reports filed5

152



462

Branches Agencies Branches Agencies

California
total

Illinois,
branches

Other states2
Branches Agencies

225

190

3

237

0

0

14

3,308

1,326

3,201

46

1,283

76

18

10

18,852
85,366
18,288

9,864
19,910
7,307

16,911
78,528
14,236

1,368
989
159

8,593
16,896
6,173

1,238
3,198
1,379

313
2,949
2,385

293
2,716
1,262

17,830
2,151
15,680
458
67,078

7,056
797
6,259
251
12,604

13,815
2,107
11,708
422
64,291

137
59
78
21
831

5,930
711
5,219
244
10,723

1,360
0
1,360
19
1,819

2,383
0
2,383
2
564

1,261
70
1,191
1
1,454

65,404
1,674

12,069
535

62,655
1,636

744
86

10,443
280

1,783
36

564
0

1,283
171

94,243
18,844

20,482
7,125

80,860
11,544

2,040
54

15,062
4,094

9,311
4,524

2,685
2,038

4,766
3,715

18,401
1,947
16,454
443
75,399

6,937
770
6,167
188
13,357

11,223
1,904
9,319
322
69,316

54
29
25
0
1,987

3,969
722
3,247
126
10,967

4,413
0
4,413
110
4,787

2,027
1
2,027
10
648

3,653
63
3,590
62
1,051

72,775
2,625

13,140
217

67,030
2,286

1,913
74

10,879
88

4,474
313

645
2

973
78

225,185
57,951

59,056
6,191

200,750
53,563

5,655
131

48,791
6,276

14,414
3,346

6,082
310

8,549
517

6,132
106,688
17,901
131,433

1,243
33,766
4,864
22,103

5,871
91,268
16,580
120,873

819
4,009
482
1,843

347
26,422
3,833
18,651

183
9,555
964
5,216

55
3,382
246
3,401

101
5,818
660
3,552

32,475

2,100

27,064

0

1,321

2,047

2,637

1,506

19,636
23,862

6,200
14,665

17,966
21,659

496
1,760

5,888
12,086

1,088
1,307

271
459

126
1,254

291

171

185

26

121

45

32

53

218

68. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
C. September 30, 19851
Millions of dollars
All states2

New York

Other states2

Total

Branches

Agencies

Branches

Agencies

California,
total

Branches

Agencies

297,760

238,376

59,384

213,050

5,735

48,176

15,426

6,274

9,099

69,685
30
1,431
99

63,110
28
1,387
95

6,575
2
44
4

58,685
22
1,268
93

330
0
19
4

6,292
2
23
0

3,477
3
65
1

332
2
42
0

567
1
14
0

1,652

1,497

154

1,412

35

95

45

18

47

66,138

59,774

6,365

55,575

272

6,169

3,352

269

501

36,236

32,433

3,803

30,057

72

3,888

1,777

196

245

100

53

47

53

1

2

0

0

43

29,802
1,812
27,990
335

27,287
1,745
25,542
330

2,515
67
2,448
5

25,464
1,629
23,835
314

198
0
198
1

2,280
70
2,210
4

1,575
107
1,468
11

72
0
72
3

213
6
207
3

165,183

128,065

37,118

110,908

4,154

28,886

11,158

3,518

6,559

15,368
4,298

13,355
4,207

2,013
91

12,548
3,914

139
64

1,963
65

547
242

38
14

134
0

686

673

13

657

0

17

0

12

0

71

62

10

49

0

0

11

1

9

10,313

8,413

1,900

7,928

75

1,880

293

11

125

10,355

8,918

1,437

8,652

921

453

188

41

100

8,395
1,961

7,658
1,259

736
701

7,401
1,251

302
619

398
54

180
8

41
0

72
28

9,963

8,527

1,436

8,264

921

451

186

41

100

426
9,538

419
8,109

7
1,429

412
7,852

7
914

0
451

0
186

7
35

0
100

Item
3

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 ;ind 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 lands 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-flay 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 EQUAJ s: Loans, net




Illinois,
branches

392

390

2

388

0

2

2

0

0

149,964
149
149,815

114,821
111
114,710

35,142
38
35,105

98,459
100
98,360

4,018
3
4,015

26,962
38
26,923

10,616
4
10,612

3,482
2
3,480

6,426
1
6,425

153

68. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
C. September 30, 1985l—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

New York

Branches Agencies Branches Agencies

California,
total

Other states2
niinois,
branches Branches Agencies

5,508
54,447
27,106

3,557
41,668
19,917

1,951
12,779
7,188

2,627
37,688
17,939

11
926
276

1,090
11,507
7,148

345
3,001
1,350

285
484
273

1,151
841
120

22,155
4,951
24,108
909
23,199
3,233

15,303
4,614
18,789
625
18,164
2,962

6,852
337
5,320
284
5,036
271

13,460
4,479
17,597
589
17,007
2,153

243
33
603
16
586
47

6,853
295
4,090
274
3,816
269

1,283
67
915
24
891
736

224
49
210
5
205
I

93
27
694
0
694
27

2,470
70,218
47,214
23,004

2,390
53,642
35,535
18,107

80
16,576
11,680
4,897

2,323
43,089
26,359
16,730

0
2,037
264
1,772

144
12,315
9,696
2,618

0
6,802
6,238
564

2
2,450
1,812
638

0
3,526
2,845
681

319
17,000

270
13,295

50
3,706

224
12,508

3
1,041

46
1,860

15
453

22
239

10
899

15,731
1,269

12,187
1,108

3,544
162

11,535
973

1,026
15

1,759
100

421
33

162
77

828
71

0
47 Lease financing receivables .
52,537
48 All other assets
49 Customers' liability on acceptances
outstanding
20,171
12,478
50
U S addressees (domicile)
..
7,693
51
Non-U S. addressees (domicile)
4
52 Net due from related banking institutions . . . . 24,812
7,553
53 Other
.,
. . .

0
38,283

0
14,254

0
34,805

0
330

0
12,545

0
603

0
2,382

0
1,873

15,159
8,431
6,728
16,984
6,140

5,012
4,047
965
7,828
1,413

14,650
8,116
6,534
14,706
5,449

41
22
20
141
147

5,036
4,145
891
6,378
1,131

87
83
3
44
472

288
97
191
1,978
116

69
15
54
1,565
238

34
35
36
37
38

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

154



68. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
C September 30, 19851—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

Branches Agencies Branches Agencies

Total
54 Total liabilities3

New York

California,
total

Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches
Agencies

297,760

238,376

59,384

213,050

5,735

48,176

15,426

6,274

9,099

164,402
55 Total deposits and credit balances
56 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . . . 47,441
26,741
57
U.S. addressees (domicile)
20,700
58
Non-U S, addressees (domicile)
59 U.S. government, states, and political
111
subdivisions in United States
116,850
60 All other .
61
Foreign governments and official
7,456
institutions
*
47,992
62
Commercial banks in United States
..
63
U.S. tranches and agencies of other
39,496
foreign banks
..
8,496
64
Other commercial banks in United States , .
60,915
65
Banks jfl foreign countries ,
7,229
66
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
53,687
67
Othef banks in foreign countries
68
Certified and officers* checks,
travelers checks, and letters of
487
cr<xlit sold for cash

140,697
42,838
26,647
16,191

23,705
4,603
94
4,509

129,815
37,033
21,629
15,404

1,958
433
14
420

19,951
1,636
448
1,189

5,501
1,994
1,792
202

3,494
2,944
2,812
131

3,683
3,399
46
3,353

111
97,748

0
19,102

66
92,716

0
1,524

6
18,308

11
3,496

27
523

0
283

7,040
36,658

416
11,335

6,834
34,382

248
658

257
11,159

26
1,521

23
230

68
43

29,815
6,843
53,611
5,718
47,893

9,682
1,653
7,305
1,511
5,794

27,807
6,575
51,087
5,222
45,865

316
342
606
262
345

9,796
1,363
6,869
1,339
5,530

1,366
155
1,938
341
1,598

187
43
266
54
212

25
18
148
11
137

440

47

413

12

23

10

4

24

4,168
2,532
1,670
862

3,930
2,383
1,669
713

238
149
1
149

3,582
2,095
1,405
690

12
0
0
0

89
60
28
31

195
179
176
3

94
66
61
5

196
133
1
132

5
1,631

5
1,542

0
89

4
1,483

0
12

0
29

1
16

0
28

0
63

371
129

368
128

3
1

344
124

0
0

1
1

2
1

21
2

2
1

15
113
644

15
113
607

0
0
37

15
109
602

0
0
0

0
1
3

0
1
3

0
2
0

0
0
36

69 Demand deposits
70 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . . .
71
U S addressees (domicile) .
72
Non-t .S. addressees (domicile)
73 U.S. government, states, and political
subdivisions in United States
74 All other .
75
Foreign governments and official
institutions
76
Commercial banks in United States
77
U.S. branches and agencies of other
foreign banks
..
78
Other commercial banks in United States . .
79
Banks in foreign countries . ,
80
Certified and officers' checks,
travelers checks, and letters of
credit sold for cash
?. .

487

440

47

413

12

23

10

4

24

158,361
81 Time deposits
82 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . . . 43,329
24,337
83
U.S. addressees (domicile)
18,992
84
Non-U. S, addressees (domicile)
85 U.S. government, states, and political
103
subdivisions in United States
86 All other
114,930
87
Foreign governments and official
institutions
7,011
47,824
88
Commercial banks in United States
89
U.S. branches and agencies of other
foreign banks
39,480
8,345
90
Other commercial banks in United States . .
60,094
91
Banks in foreign countries .

135,395
39,299
24,335
14,965

22,967
4,029
2
4,027

125,101
34,022
19,783
14,239

1,696
254
1
253

19,739
1,455
354
1,101

5,211
1,720
1,525
195

3,310
2,788
2,673
116

3,304
3,089
1
3,089

103
95,992

0
18,937

60
91,019

0
1,442

5
18,278

11
3,480

27
495

0
215

6,637
36,502

374
11,322

6,454
34,231

216
646

255
11,158

25
1,520

1
228

61
43

29,799
6,704
52,853

9,681
1,641
7,241

27,791
6,439
50,334

315
331
580

9,796
1,361
6,866

1,366
154
1,936

187
41
266

25
18
112

1,222
1,214
587
627

1,061
1,053
587
466

161
161
0
161

822
814
387
428

1
1
0
1

84
84
31
53

95
95
91
5

89
89
79
10

130
130
0
130

0
8

0
8

0
0

0
8

0
0

8

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




155

68. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
C. September 30, 19851—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

New York

Item
Branches Agencies Branches Agencies

Total

310
102
55
47

248
178
12
166

3<*
3$
35
3

0
0
0
0

1
1
1
0

53
48
45
3

2
282

2
205

0
76

2
205

0
70

0
1

0
0

0
0

0
6

65
39

27
28

38
12

27
27

32
12

1
0

0
0

0
0

5
0

1

0

0

0

0

0

27
151

11
26

0
0

0
0

0
0

0

20,551

716

5,531

841

295

121

5,448
786

16,909
3,641

209
506

5,275
256

626
215

295
0

87
34

20,711

6,233

19,583

716

5,529

700

295

121

2,179
18,532

79
6,154

2,156
17,428

69
646

19
5,510

14
686

0
295

0
121

1

0

27
151

12
26

28,055

21,820

6,234

By holder
110 Commercial banks in United States
1 1 1 Others . . . .

23,402
4,653

17,953
3,867

26,944
2,258
24,686

116 Other liabilities for borrowed money
1 17 Owed to banks , .
.
118
U.S. addressees (domicile)
1 19
Non-U S addressees (domicile)
120 Owed to others
121
U S addressees (domicile)
122
Non-U.S, addressees (domicile)
123 All other liabilities .
124 Acceptances executed and outstanding4
125 Net due to related banking institutions
126 Other

....

156

©

1,111

1,110

1

967

0

3

141

0

0

40,371
38,592
37,355
1,236
1,780
1,590
190

26,163
24,5%
23,709
888
1,567
1,417
150

14,208
13,995
13,647
349
213
173
40

23,510
22,185
21,348
837
1,325
1,175
150

1,795
1,755
1,691
64
39
10
30

11,619
11,446
11,438
8
174
164
10

1,834
1,602
1,583
18
232
232
0

378
368
339
29
10
It)
0

1,236
1,236
957
280
0
0
0

64,932
22,019
37,195
5,718

49,696
16,682
28,203
4,811

15,236
5,337
8,993
907

39,174
16,139
18,644
4,391

1,267
18
1,076
174

11,074
5,383
5,027
664

7=250
89
$,887
274

2,108
319
1,689
100

4,059
71
3,874
115

20,871

94,236

317

19,205

5,150

3,178

3,008

2,139
18,732

28,571
65,665

0
317

1,421
17,784

V>79
3,371

2,704
473

1,518
1,489

40

53

0

13

6

9

31

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

26

10,787

0

196

SO

910

22

MEMO
127 Time deposits of $100 000 or more
. . . . 125,094 104,223
128 Certificates of deposit (CDs) in
denominations of $100,000 or more . . . . 35,994 33,855
89,100 70,368
129 Other
130 Savings deposits authorized for automatic
72
transfer and NOW accounts
113
131 Money market time certificates of $10,000 or
more, and less than $100,000 with
0
0
original maturities of 26 weeks
132 Time certificates of deposit in
denominations of $100,000 or more
with remaining maturity of more than
12,546 12,520
12 months
133 Acceptances refinanced with a U.S. -chartered
2,005
3,068
bank
134 Statutory or regulatory asset pledge
50,499 49,088
requirement
135 Statutory or regulatory asset maintenance
22,534 22,257
requirement
7,387
10,183
136 Commercial letters of credit
47,067 39,701
137 Standby letters of credit, total
42,250 35,741
138 U.S. addressees (domicile)
3,960
4,817
139 Non-U.S addressees (domicile)
140 Standby letters of credit conveyed to others
through participations (included in
8,698
8,103
total standby letters of credit)




Branches Agencies

339
263
91
172

1

114
115

Other states2

311
103
56
47

38
177

By type
One-day maturity or continuing contract . . . .
Securities sold under agreements to
repurchase
Other
Other securities sold under agreements
to repurchase

Illinois,
branches

651
366
147
219

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

112
113

Cali*
fomia,
total

1,063

1,718

108

1,038

6

198

0

1,412

48,401

1,329

147

563

18

35

276
2,796
7,367
6,509
858

6,403
6,649
33,384
29,646
3,738

0
145
108
20
89

114
2,583
6,917
6,268
649

13,091
'23$
4,562
4,43*
B1

2,652
284
818
782
36

274
298
1,278
1,109
169

595

6,588

0

634

1,256

118

102

68. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
C. September 30, 1985l—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

New York

Item
Total
141 Holdings of commercial paper included in
629
total gross loans
142 Holdings of acceptances included in total
3,916
commercial and industrial loans
143 Immediately available funds with a maturity
greater than one day (included in other
28,782
liabilities tor borrowed money)
144 Gross due from related banking institutions4 . . . 106,007
145 U.S addressees (domicile)
26,585
146
Branches and agencies in the United
25,656
States
. ..
147
In the Siime state as reporter
2,940
22,717
148
In othei states
929
149
U S banking subsidiaries
79,421
150 Non-U S addressees (domicile)
151
Head of fit e and non-U . S . branches
77,132
and agencies
152
Non-U. S. banking companies and
offices
2,289

294

267

1

292

45

0

25

3,096

820

2,971

43

785

101

14

3

19,975
88,303
19,680

8,808
17,703
6,905

17,622
81,499
15,894

1,289
956
83

7,617
14,821
5,860

1,703
2,763
891

278
3,108
2,570

274
2,860
1,286

18,931
2,149
16,782
749
68,623

6,725
791
5,934
180
10,798

15,199
2,073
13,125
695
65,606

67
2
65
17
873

5,683
792
4,891
177
8,961

854
0
854
37
1,872

2,568
26
2,542
2
538

1,285
47
1,239
1
1,573

66,822

10,310

63,873

808

8,716

1,805

538

1,392

1,802

488

1,733

65

245

66

0

181

99,522
18,272

18,868
7,424

85,437
10,192

1,891
60

13,469
4,087

9,605
5,088

2,819
2,233

5,168
4,036

17,722
2,232
15,491
550
81,250

7,305
848
6,457
118
11,444

9,774
2,084
7,690
418
75,245

60
28
33
0
1,830

4,032
*802
3,230
55
9,383

4,967
0
4,967
121
4,518

2,222
100
2,122
11
586

3,973
65
3,907
64
1,132

78,540
2,709

11,268
176

72,860
2,385

1,748
83

9,260
122

4,253
265

579
7

1,108
24

294,568
67,961

234,689
61,558

59,879
6,404

209,521
57,192

5,856
289

48,788
6,167

15,024
3,471

6,470
305

8,909
537

8,124
146,271
24,268
159,277

6,959
111,960
19,000
136,311

1,165
34,311
5,268
22,966

6,676
95,911
17,680
125,567

810
3,903
538
1,885

279
26,479
4,107
18,333

167
10,301
989
5,409

83
3,500
266
3,490

109
6,177
688
3,593

36,328

34,252

2,076

28,635

0

1,405

2,091

2,729

1,469

26,040
39,611

20,266
25,504

5,774
14,107

18,744
23,162

580
1,752

5,303
11,613

961
1,588

343
331

109
1,164

463

293

170

188

26

120

46

30

53

153 Gross due to related banking institutions
118,390
154 U S addressees (domicile)
25,696
155
Branches and agencies in the United
25,028
States
3,080
156
In the s-ime state as reporter . . .
...
21,948
157
In other states
668
158
U S banking subsidiaries
92,694
159 Non-U. S. addressees (domicile)
160
Head office and non-U. S. branches
89,808
and agencies
161
Non-U. S. banking companies and offices . . .
2,885

171 Number of reports filed5




Other states2
Illinois,
branches Branches
Agencies

335

4

Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar
month) ending with report date
162 Total assets
163 Cash and due from depository institutions
164 Federal funds sold and securities purchased
under agreements to resell
165 Total loans
166 Loans to banks in foreign countries
167 Total deposits and credit balances
168 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000
or more
169 Federal funds purchased and securities sold
under agreements to repurchase
170 Other liabilities for borrowed money

Branches Agencies Branches Agencies

California
total

157

68. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
D. December 31, 19851
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

1 Total assets3

Total
including
IBFs
311,562

New York

IBFs
only6

Total
including
IBFs

152,871

California

IBFs
only6

Total
including
IBFs

231,028

119,995
105,060

Illinois

BFs
only6

Total
including
EBFs

IBFs
only6

49,534

21,759

16,265

6,390

42,786

2 Claims on nonrelated parties
3 Cash and balances due from depository
institutions
4 Cash items in process of collection . . . .
5
Currency and coin (U.S. and foreign) . .
6
Balances with depository institutions in
United States
7
U.S. branches and agencies of other
foreign banks (including IBFs) . .
8
Other depository institutions in United
States (including IBFs)
9
Balances with banks in foreign countries
and with foreign central banks . . . .
10
Foreign branches of U.S. banks . . . .
11
Other banks in foreign countries and
foreign central banks
12 Balances with Federal Reserve Banks . .

286,233

133,979

215,222

19,488

16,208

6,291

67,273
224
20

52,592
0
n.a.

56,924
179
14

44,174
0
n.a.

5,643
23
2

.5,113
0
n.a.

3,894
10
2

3,062
0
n.a.

36,125

24,573

29,944

20,016

3,490

3,057

2,090

1,339

13 Total securities and loans
14 Total securities, book value
15 U.S. Treasury
16 Obligations of U.S. government
agencies and corporations
17 Other bonds, notes, debentures and
corporate stock (including state and
local securities)

29,524

23,046

23,990

18,673

3,231

:!,925

1,868

1,298

6,601

1,527

5,955

1,342

259

132

222

42

29,142
2,217

28,020
2,133

25,179
1,946

24,159
1,875

2,087
95

?.,056
93

1,750
172

1,723
165

26,924
1,762

25,886
n.a.

23,233
1,608

22,284
n.a.

1,992
41

;,963
n.a.

1,578
43

1,558
m.a,

182,035

78,345

129,395

58,443

30,715

13,992

11,582

3,088

528
170

133
n.a.

18,667
4,496

7,151
n.a.

15,555
4,255

5,490
n.a.

2,407
61

1,484
n.a.

976

n.a.

956

n.a.

18

n.a.

0

n.a.

13,195

7,151

10,344

5,490

2,328

1,484

358

133

18 Federal funds sold and securities purchased
under agreements to resell
U.S. branches and agencies of other
foreign banks
20 Commercial banks in United States . . . .
21 Other

9,692

943

8,594

845

748

65

156

9

6,042
1,768
1,882

531
35
377

5,314
1,606
1,674

504
21
320

470
78
201

15
0
50

140
9
7

2
0
7

22 Total loans, gross . .
23
LESS: Unearned income on loans . . .
24
EQUALS: Loans, net

163,521
152
163,368

71,220
27
71,193

113,938
98
113,840

52,975
23
52,953

28,354
46
28,308

112,511
3
Iu,508

11,059
4
11,055

2,955
0
2,954

19

158




68. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
D. December 31, 1985l—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

New York

California

Illinois

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only6

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only6

Total
including
EBFs

IBFs
only6

Total
including
ffiFs

IBFs
only6

5,758
55,842

64
37,907

2,621
40,390

46
26,092

1,166
11,027

19
8,669

478
3,046

0
2,124

30,657

14,986

21,492

8,825

6,958

5,012

1,841

1,010

26,709
3,948

13,272
1,713

18,070
3,423

7,342
1,484

6,646
312

4,820
192

1,741
100

978
32

100
25,085
988
24,096
4,839

28
22,893
888
22,005
461

74
18,823
727
18,097
3,532

28
17,239
681
16,558
375

12
4,057
247
3,809
341

0
3,657
193
3,463
59

0
1,205
9
1,196
939

0
1,114
9
1,105
18

35 Commercial and industrial loans
36 U.S. addressees (domicile)
37 Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
38 Acceptances of other banks
39 U.S. banks
40 Foreign banks
41 Loans to foreign governments and official
institutions (including foreign central banks) . .
42 Loans for purchasing or carrying securities
(secured and unsecured)
43 All other loans ,
....

73,031
49,952
23,079
1,206
976
230

18,447
101
18,346
30
0
30

47,646
29,231
18,415
1,055
849
206

15,023
99
14,924
21
0
21

13,501
10,802
2,699
120
106
14

2,152
0
2,151
2
0
2

5,903
5,353
550
12
5
7

423
0
423
7
0
7

15,878

13,989

12,635

11,165

1,702

1,557

434

383

5,575
1,392

154
168

5,219
840

154
99

353
143

0
54

0
246

0
0

44 All other assets
45
Customers1 liability on acceptances outstanding .
46
U.S addressees (domicile)
47
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
48 Other assets including other claims
on nonrelated parties

27,232
20,887
13,053
7,835

2,099
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

20,309
15,689
8,799
6,890

1,597
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

5,680
4,682
3,980
702

318
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

575
169
156
13

133
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

6,345

2,099

4,620

1,597

998

318

406

133

25,329

18,892

15,805

14,935

6,748

2,271

57

99

25,329

n.a.

15,805

n.a.

6,748

n.a.

57

n.a.

n.a.

18,892

n.a.

14,935

n.a.

Item

Total loans, gross, by category
25 Real estate loans
26 Loans to depository institutions
27 Commercial banks in United States
(including ffiFs) .
28
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
29
Other commercial banks in United States . . .
30 Other depository institutions in United States
(including DBFs)
31 Banks in foreign countries
32
Foreign branches of U S banks
33
Other
. . . .
34 Other financial institutions

4

49 Net due from related depository institutions . . . .
50 Net due from head office and other
related depository institutions4
51 Net due from establishing entity,
head offices, and other related
depository institutions4

2,271

n.a.

99

52 Total liabilities

311,562

152,871

231,028

119,995

49,534

21,759

16,265

6,390

53 Liabilities to nonrelated parties

270,815

128,735

208,354

101,845

44,506

19,521

8,865

3,611

3




159

68. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
D. December 31, 1985l—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2

California

New York

Illinois

Item

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only6

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only6

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only6

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only6

54 Total deposits and credit balances
55 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
56
U S addressees (domicile)
57
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
58 Commercial banks in United States
(including IBFs)
59
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
60
Other commercial banks in
United States
61 Banks in foreign countries
62
Foreign branches of U.S. banks . . . .
63
Other banks in foreign countries . . . .
64
Foreign governments and official
institutions (including foreign
central banks)
65 All other deposits and credit balances . . .
66
Certified and official checks

43,111

106,768

35,614

90,200

1,795

11,512

2,410

1,592

31,524
25,176
6,348

12,842
538
12,304

25,011
20,582
4,429

9,873
504
9,369

1,375
553
821

388
33
355

1,993
1,885
108

80
0
80

5,825

37,684

5,319

29,803

75

6,673

395

796

3,224

30,458

2,852

23,950

39

5,503

331

667

2,602
1,640
68
1,572

7,225
51,520
6,400
45,120

2,467
1,485
67
1,418

5,852
45,963
5,184
40,779

36
114
0
114

1,170
4..410
921
3,489

64
7
0
7

129
702
179
523

3,452
286
384

4,710
12
n.a.

3,242
235
322

4,550
11
n.a.

195
9
27

40
0
n.a.

2
1
13

14
0
n.a.

4,441

n.a.

3,709

n.a.

173 .

n.a.

154

n.a.

2,808
1,844
964

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

2,235
1,519
716

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

134
94
40

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

137
133
4

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

180

n.a.

159

n.a.

1

n.a.

0

n.a.

18

n.a.

17

n.a.

0

n.a.

0

n.a.

162
664
18
646

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

142
626
17
609

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

1
5
0
5

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

0
2
0
2

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a,

319
87
384

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

303
64
322

n.a.
n,a.
n.a.

1
4
27

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

2
1
13

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

3,569

n.a.

3,013

n.a.

92

n.a.

145

n.a.

2,294
1,481
814

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

1,856
1,251
605

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

57
33
25

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

128
124
3

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

141

n.a.

121

n.a.

1

n.a.

0

n.a,

3

n.a.

3

n.a.

0

n.a,

0

n.a.

138
536
15
520

n.a.
n.a.
n.a,
n.a.

118
509
14
494

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

1
5
0
5

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

0
2
0
2

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

196
19
384

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

190
16
322

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

1
0
27

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

2
1
13

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

67 Transaction accounts and credit
balances (excluding IBFs)
68 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
69
U S addressees (domicile)
70
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
71 Commercial banks in United States
(including IBFs)
72
U.S. branches and agencies of
other foreign banks
73
Other commercial banks in
United States
74 Banks in foreign countries
75
Foreign branches of U.S. banks . . . .
76
Other banks in foreign countries . . . .
77 Foreign governments and official
institutions (including foreign
central banks)
78 All other deposits and credit balances . . .
79 Certified and official checks
80 Demand deposits (included in transaction
accounts and credit balances)
81 Individuals, partnerships, and
corporations
82
U.S. addressees (domicile)
83
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . . . .
84 Commercial banks in United States
(including IBFs)
85
U.S. branches and agencies
of other foreign banks
86
Other commercial banks in
United States
87 Banks in foreign countries
88
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
89
Other banks in foreign countries . . . .
90
Foreign governments and official
institutions (including foreign
central banks)
91 All other deposits and credit balances . . .
92 Certified and official checks

160



68. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
D. December 31, 1985l—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

93 Non-transaction accounts (including
MMDAs, excluding IBFs)
94 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . . . .
95
U S addressees (domicile)
96
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile)
97 Commercial banks in United States
(including IBFs)
98
U.S. branches and agencies of other
foreign banks
99
Other commercial banks in United States . . .
100 Banks in foreign countries
101
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
102
Other banks in foreign countries
103 Foreign governments and official institutions
(including foreign central banks) . . . ,
104 All other deposits and credit balances
105 IBF deposit liabilities
106 Individuals, partnerships, and corporations . . . .
107
U S addressees (domicile)
108
Non-U.S. addressees (domicile) . .
109 Commercial banks in United States
(including IBFs)
110
U.S. branches and agencies of other
foreign banks
Ill
Other commercial banks in United States . .
112
Banks in foreign countries
113
Foreign branches of U.S. banks
114
Other banks in foreign countries
115
Foreign governments and official institutions
(including foreign central banks) . , . .
116
All other deposits and credit balances




Total
excluding
IBFs

New York

IBFs
only6

Total
excluding
IBFs

California

IBFs
only6

Total
excluding
ffiFs

Illinois

IBFs
only6

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only6

38,670
28,716
23,333
5,383

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

31,905
22,776
19,064
3,712

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

1,622
1,241
459
782

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

2,256
1,856
1,752
104

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

5,646

n.a.

5,160

n.a.

74

n.a.

395

n.a.

3,206
2,439
976
50
927

n.a.
n.a.
* n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

2,834
2,325
858
50
809

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

39
35
109
0
109

n.a.
n.a.
n.a,
n.a.
n.a.

331
63
5
0
5

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

3,133
199

n.a.
n.a.

2,940
171

n.a.
n.a.

194
5

n.a.
n.a.

0
0

n.a.
n.a.

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

106,768
12,842
538
12,304

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

90,200
9,873
504
9,369

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

11,512
388
33
355

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

1,592
80
0
80

na

37,684

n.a.

29,803

n.a.

6,673

n.a.

796

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

30,458
7,225
51,520
6,400
45,120

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

23,950
5,852
45,963
5,184
40,779

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a,
n.a.

5,503
1,170
4,410
921
3,489

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

667
129
702
179
523

n.a.
n.a.

4,710
12

n.a.
n.a.

4,550
11

n.a.
n.a.

40
0

n.a.
n.a.

14
0

161

68. Assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies of foreign banks—Continued
D. December 31, 1985l—Continued
Millions of dollars
All states2
Item

117 Federal funds purchased and securities
sold under agreements to repurchase
118 U.S. branches and agencies of other foreign
banks
..
119 Other commercial banks in United States
120 Other
121 Other borrowed money
122 Owed to nonrelated commercial banks
in United States (including IBFs) .
. . .
123 Owed to U.S. offices of nonrelated
U.S. banks . .
124 Owed to U.S. branches and agencies
of nonrelated foreign banks
125 Owed to nonrelated banks in foreign countries . . .
126 Owed to foreign branches of nonrelated
U.S. banks
127 Owed to foreign offices of nonrelated
foreign banks
..
128 Owed to others
..
. . .
129 All other liabilities
130 Branch or agency liability on acceptances
executed and outstanding
131 Other liabilities to nonrelated parties

Total
including
IBFs

Total
including
EBFs

IBFs
only6

IBFs
only6

Total
including
EBFs

Illinois

OFs
only6

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only6

33,350

1,823

25,199

1,296

6,756

506

953

20

7,848
17,049
8,453
59,443

615
57
1,151
18,280

5,796
11,980
7,423
35,919

315
53
928
8,914

1,750
4,231
775
18,716

296
3
207
7,257

143
633
177
3,458

4
0
16
1,867

44,361

8,276

25,360

2,874

15,839

4,791

1,904

416

23,395

1,908

14,235

767

7,443

991

774

21

20,967
9,683

6,368
8,900

11,126
5,666

2,107
4,970

8,396
2,492

3,800
2,461

1,130
1,449

395
1,423

1,047

978

334

295

496

468

208

206

8,637
5,398

7,922
1,104

5,333
4,893

4,675
1,070

1,9%
385

1,993
5

1,241
105

1,217
28

28,143

1,864

21,422

1,434

5,727

246

453

133

22,982
5,161

n.a.
1,864

17,458
3,964

n.a.
1,434

4,988
740

n.a.
246

170
283

n.a.
133

24,136

22,673

18,150

5,028

2,238

7,399

2,779

40,747
132 Net due to related depository institutions4
133 Net due to head office and other
4
related depository institutions .
. . . 40,747
134 Net due to establishing entity, head office,
and other related depository institutions4 . .
n.a.
MEMO
135 Non-interest bearing balances with
commercial banks in United States
136 Holding of commercial paper included in
total loans
137 Holding of own acceptances included in
commercial and industrial loans .
...
138 Commercial and industrial loans with remaining
maturity of one year or less
139
Predetermined interest rates
-140 Floating interest rates
141 Commercial and industrial loans with remaining
maturity of more than one year
142 Predetermined interest rates
143 Floating interest rates

California

New York

n.a.

22,673

n.a.

5,028

n.a.

7,399

n.a.

24,136

n.a.

18,150

n.a.

2,238

n.a.

2,779

2,785

34

2,605

29

82

0

45

0

672

n.a.

363

n.a.

247

n.a.

62

n.a.

3,849

n.a.

2,930

n.a.

671

n.a.

177

n.a.

48,358
29,473
18,885

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

30,527
17,133
13,395

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

9,223
7,122
2,101

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

4,515
3,273
1,243

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

24,673
9,174
15,499

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

17,119
5,786
11,333

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

4,278
1,899
2,379

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

1,388
549
838

n.a.
n.a.
n.a.

All states2

New York

Illinois

California

Total
excluding
IBFs
144 Components of total nontransaction accounts,
included in total deposits and credit
balances of nontransaction accounts,
including IBFs .
....
145 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000
or more
146 Other time deposits in denominations
of $100,000 or more
147 Time CDs in denominations of $100,000
or more with remaining maturity of
more than 12 months

IBFs
only6

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only6

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only6

Total
excluding
IBFs

IBFs
only6

48,829

n.a.

41,503

n.a.

1,686

n.a.

2,751

n.a.

32,189

n.a.

26,568

n.a.

1,401

n.a.

1,953

n.a.

4,106

n.a.

3,885

n.a.

69

n.a.

123

n.a,

n.a.

11,049

n.a.

216

n.a.

675

n.a.

12,535

2

All states
Total
including
IBFs
148 Market value of securities held .
..
149 Immediately available funds with a maturity
greater than one day included in other
borrowed money
150 Number ofreportsfiled5

162



IBFs
only6

65,902
40,261
466

New York
.

Total
including
IBFs

7,328

n.a.

California

Illinois

IBFs
only6

Total
including
IBFs

IBFs
only6

62,986

5,696

2,250

1,455

528

133

24,164
217

n.a.

13,908
117

n.a.

1,601
46

n.a.

Total
including
IBFs

IBF:j
only6

69. Claims on foreign countries held by U.S. offices and foreign branches of U.S.-chartered banks1
Billions of dollars, end of period

19 84
Area or country
1 Total
2 G-10 countries and Switzerland . . . .
3 Belgium-Luxembourg
4 France
5 Germany
6 Italy
7 Netherlands
. .
8 Sweden
9 Switzerland
.
10 United Kingdom
11 Canada
12 Japan

1985

Mar.

2

June

Sept.

Dec.

Mar.

June

Sept.

Dec,

435.3

432.4

411.9

409.2

411.3

402.5

403.9

403.5

166.1

148.2

148,0

152 8

9.8

8.8

9.4

146.9

153 1

14.1

9.6

155 7

14.3
10.0

9.0

15.9
11.7
11.2

157.9
10.9
14.2
10.9
11.5

14,6

13.6

14.9

3.4
5.2
4.3

30
4.3
4.2

9.7
34
3.5
3.9

10.1

9.9
8.4

3.1
4.2

9,6
8.5
3.7
2.8
4.0

27
44

65.1

60.6

57.5

60.0

65.1

3.1
4.1

7,9
272

9.0

65,7

68.0

7.5
243

66,9

24 8

8.0
220

33.9

33.0

32.5

32,3

n.o

8.6
297

8.9
293

8.1
279

37.2

36.4

9.0
39
3,2
3.9

8.9
10.0
38

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

35.8

4.8
5.2

4.7
5.8

5,0
6.3

45
6.2

42
62

3.9
6.4

25 OPEC countries3
26 Ecuador
27 Venezuela
28 Indonesia
29 Middle East countries
30 African countries

28 6

2.1
9.7
40
9,8
3.0

270
2.1
9.5
43
8,4
2.7

25 2

25 8

25 4

23 8

112.3

113.5

112.7

9.5
25.1

9,2
25.4

6.5

6.7

9.1
26.3

31
25,7

30
26.2

26.2

2.3
4.4

2.3
4.1

2.2
3.9

26,0

.3
4.9
1.6

.6
5.4
1.0
1.9

.5
5.3

10

11.1

11.3

31 Non-OPEC developing countries
Latin America
Argentina .
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Mexico
Peru .
.
Other Latin America

32
33
34
35
36
37
38

2.0
3.4
2.1
3.0
3.2

1.9
3.1
2.3
3.3
3.2

14

17

7.1
1.9

7.3
2.0

18

39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47

Asia
China
Mainland
Taiwan
India
Israel
Korea (South)
Malaysia
Philippines
Thailand
Other Asia

49
50
51

Morocco
Zaire
Other Africa4

1.4
.8
,1
2,2

52 Eastern Europe
53 U S S R
54 Yugoslavia
55 Other

19

1.8
29
1.9
3.2
3.2

1.6
22
1,9
2.9
3.0

16

14

6.9
2.0

65
1.9

17

2,1
9.2
40
74
2.5

7.1
29

17

22
9.3
39

82
2.3

1,6

21
18

2.9
2.9
14

64
1.9

17

22
9.3
38
78

1.6
1.9
1.8
2.9
2.9
13

34

1.7

21
18

9,7

39

8.0

27 3

305
1.5
24
16

26
2.9

14

13
58
19

62
2.1

18

17
33

36

11 0

2.8
3.4

5.9
2.0

2.3
9.3

92
126

20

32

5.8

52

24 1

21 8

23
9.2

36

2.3

66
2.2

112.9

111,8

111.0

111,2

106.8

8.7
26.3

8.6

8.6
26.6

9.3
26 1

8.9
25 6

28
25.7

25.6

26
25 2

27
25 3
18

7.0
29
2.2
3.9

264
7.0
2.2
3.7

6,9
27

2.1
3.6

67
2.3

22
89
34

6.9

2.0
3,5

57
16

6.9

3.4

5
4.5

.7
5.3

.7
5.4

10

10

10.5

10.9

10.6

10.3

10.7

2.9
6.1
1.6
1.1

1.6
9.7
2.5
5.8
1.4
1.1

1.4
.8
.1
1.9

1.2
,8
.1
1.9

1.2
.8
.1
2.1

1.1
.8
.1
2.2

1.0
.8
.1
2.0

1.0
.9
.1
2.0

1.0
.9
.1
1.9

4.9
,2
2.3
2.5

4.9
.2
2.3
2,4

4,5
.2
2.3
2.1

4.4
.1
2.3
2.0

4.3
.2
2.2
1.9

4.3
.3
2.2
1.8

4.6
.2
2.5
1.9

4.1
,1
2.2
1.8

56 Offshore banking centers
57 Bahamas
58 Bermuda
59 Cayman Islands and other British
West Indies
60 Netherlands Antilles
61 Panama5
62 Lebanon
63 Hong Kong
64 Singapore
65 Other*

71.3
24.6

74.6
27.5

67.4
23.8

67.0
21.5

66.9
21.9

66.8
22.0

61.4
16.9

67.4
21.6

11.9
33

12.2
33

11.1
31

11.7

3.4
6.8
.1

12.4

12.4

12.5

13.4

5.7
.1

14.4
10.0

13.9
10.3

13.1

9.5
.0

12.8

12.9
10.0

13.1

13.3

.0

9.7
.0

13.2

.0

66 Miscellaneous and unallocated7

16.3

17.4

17.4

17.1

17.3

17.6

17.1




2.8
6.7
2.1
.9

.7

6.3
.1
.0

2.9
6.3
1.9
1.1

.7

6.6
.1

11

1.7
3.1
5.9
1.8
1.0

1.0

1.8

3.0
6.0
1.8
1.2

,9

9.8
.0

17.3

1.7

2.9
6.1
1.7
1.1

.7

3.3
5.7
.1

.3
5.5
1.0
2.3
3.0
6.0
1.6
1.0

.9

3.2
5.5
.1

1.1
5.2
12

1.5

.8

2.3
6.2
.0

9.4
.0

14

.7

23
6.2
.1

9.8
.0

163

70. Discount rates of foreign central banks, 19851
Percent per annum

Month-end
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September , .
October
November . . .
December

A 11Stiia

Belgium

Brazil

A~

45

n.o

49 0
j,

966
1095
11 18
975
9 59
9 57
9 31
9 30
9 31
8 77
8 98
933

i
45
40
jI
J1

1rf
41 o

1

T
11 0
95
925
9.5
95
95
90
875
9.75

1'
49 0

De
mt£

France

70
L

10.5
10 5
10 5
10 5
10 13
10 13
9.63
963
9 25
9 125
8 75
8.75

1
70

G(;rmainy

Itaiy

Jap an

Netherlands

45
j

is 5

50
i

50
55

i
45
/I o
k
JL
1rr
41 o

i

Nc>rw ay

?i 0
u

yD
95

A
t

1

50

1

/I 0

f
9T5
11 5
11 5
10 5

5T5
15 5
15 0
1S 0

Sw
lezet Ver
zue la
la:nd

Sweden

f

r

!

T

^
50

50

8U

/I

1U J

0

11 0
11 o
10 o

i

10 o

71. Foreign short-term interest rates, 19851
Percent per annum, averages of daily figures
Month

Eurodollars

United
Kingdom

Canada

Germany

Switzerland

Netherlands

France

[taly

Belgium

Japan

8 37
9 05
932
8.74
8 13
760
7.89
8 02
8 14
8.08
8 02
7 99

11 63
13 68
13.52
12.70
12 61
12,38
12.01
11 42
11 49
11.49
11 50
11.66

970
1063
11.42
10.15
977
9.58
9.33
9 16
9 10
8.73
8 85
9.25

5 84
6 13
6.36
5.99
5 81
5.66
5.31
4 75
4.64
4.77
482
4.80

5 13
5.66
5,77
5.35
5.15
5.14
5.07
464
4.59
4.53
407
4.13

5.87
6.90
7.14
6.82
6.90
6.58
6.29
5.80
5.72
5.89
5.90
5.78

10.43
10.60
10.71
10.49
10.15
10.18
9.97
9.79
9.57
9.29
8.95
8.92

15.82
15.79
15.82
15.15
14.90
15.00
14.37
14.36
13.95
14.16
14.29
14.71

10.75
10.75
10.75
10.09
9.35
8.95
8.95
9.50
9.33
8.97
8.66
9.14

6.27
6.29
6.30
6.26
6.26
6.29
6.29
6.30
6.31
6.47
7.29
7.36

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

72, Index of weighted-average value of U.S. dollar1
March 1973 = 100

Year

1985

164




Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

July

Aug.

Sept

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

152.82

158.43

158.14

149.56

149.92

147.70

140.94

137.55

139.14

130.71

128.08

125.80

73. Foreign exchange rates, 19851
Foreign currency units per dollar
Australia2
(dollar)

January
March . .
April
June . .
July
September
October
November
December




Canada
(dollar)

China
(yuan)

Denmark
(krone)

Finland
(markka)

22.267
23.190
23.247
21 717
21.868
21.532
20.446
19.632
19.949
18.569
18.236
17.658

63.455
66.310
66.308
62.283
62.572
61.719
58.626
56.543
57.395
53.618
52.474
51.251

3346.67
3768.17
4158.19
4511 58
5239.00
5786.00
6236.19
6714.00
7453.33
8203.57
8913.95
9915.71

.3240
.3547
.3840
.3658
.3756
.3676
.3526
.3575
.3703
1.3667
1.3765
1.3954

2.8160
2.8347
2.8533
2.8480
2.8556
2.8693
2.8809
2.9093
2.9722
3.0782
3.2086
3.2095

11.3304
11.8071
11,7971
11.1142
11,2244
10.9962
10.4563
10.1459
10.2906
9.5880
9.3918
9.1221

6.6368
6.8616
6.8464
64652
6.4641
6.3660
6.0798
5,9464
6.0140
5,6836
5.5709
5.4824

Germany
(deutsche
mark)

Greece
(drachma)

Hong Kong
(dollar)

India
(rupee)

Ireland2
(pound)

Italy
(lira)

Japan
(yen)

97036
10.0933
10.0776
94427
94829
9.3414
8.8513
85323
86599
8.0641
7 9095
7 6849

3 1706
3.3025
3.2982
30946
3.1093
3.0636
2.9083
27937
2.8381
2.6446
2 5954
25122

129.38
134.73
140.62
134.86
137.24
136.00
131.75
131.75
136.75
145.74
153.04
150.19

7.8110
7.8017
7.8009
77902
7.7766
7.7698
7.7527
77906
7.8043
7.7908
7 8042
7.8064

12.612
12.922
12.861
12.400
12.500
12.440
12.031
11.898
12.125
12.033
12.101
12.152

98.23
94.23
94.58
101.17
100.71
102.19
107.79
111.43
109.55
117.00
119.19
122.48

1948.76
2042.00
2078.50
1975.89
1984,45
1953.92
1900.33
1873.51
1903.42
1785.43
1753.72
1713.50

254 18
260.48
257.92
251 84
251.73
248.84
241,14
23746
236.53
214.68
20407
202.79

Netherlands
(guilder)

New
Zealand2
(dollar)

Norway
(krone)

Portugal
(escudo)

Singapore
(dollar)

South Africa2
(rand)

South
Korea
(won)

2 4804
2.5513
2.5734
24922
2.4759
2.4685
24696
2.4644
2.4841
24529
2.4341
2 4291

3.5819
3.7387
3.7290
3.4981
3.5097
3.4535
3.2732
3.1429
3.1921
2.9819
2.9230
2.8293

47.04
45.22
45.28
45.52
45.20
45.95
49.83
53.56
53.29
56.93
57.23
52.63

9.1765
9.4695
9.4608
8.9314
8.9442
8.8255
8.4338
8.2487
8.3337
7.9099
7.8076
7.6524

172.56
183.24
183.98
174.56
177.55
176.14
169.77
167.34
172.56
164.59
162,96
160.80

2.2011
2.2557
2.2582
2.2199
2,2228
2.2291
2.2109
2.2191
2.2268
2.1387
2.1084
2.1213

46.336
50.569
50.333
51.498
50.177
50.544
51.075
43.066
39,487
38.383
37.571
37.049

832.16
839.16
850.71
861.21
871.11
875.00
876.46
885.09
847.46
894.49
893.35
893.13

Spain
(peseta)

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

..

Brazil
(cruzeiro)

Malaysia
(ringgit)

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

Belgium
(franc)

France
(franc)

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

Austria
(schilling)

81.506
73.737
69.697
65 841
67683
66,510
69.952
70.701
68.959
70246
67.741
68.114

Period

Sri Lanka
(rupee)

Sweden
(krona)

Switzerland
(franc)

Taiwan
(dollar)

Thailand
(bant)

United
Kingdom2
(pound)

175.13
182.35
183.13
172.85
175.40
173.42
167.97
164.49
168.91
161.71
159.66
156.05

26.392
26.605
26.836
27.113
27.404
27.433
27.327
27.377
27.430
27.421
27.449
27.420

9.0716
9.3364
9.4135
8.9946
8.9895
8.8565
8.4703
8.3106
8.3907
7.9557
7.8127
7.6817

2.6590
2.8045
2.8033
2.5948
2.6150
2.5721
2.4060
2.2962
2.3749
2.1692
2.1306
2.1042

39.21
39.23
39.54
39.73
39.91
39.86
40.14
40.50
40.46
40,20
39.98
39.91

27.330
27.961
28.097
27.466
27.554
27,433
27.053
26.889
27.050
26.569
26.315
26.715

112.71
109.31
112.53
123.77
124.83
128,08
138.07
138.40
136.42
142.15
143.96
144.47

165

Part 2—Special Tables




74. Statement of condition of Federal Reserve Banks, December 31,19851
Millions of dollars
Item

All
Reserve Boston
Banks

New
York

Philadelphia

Cleveland

Richmond

Atlanta Chicago

J t.
uis

Minne- Kansas
apolis
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

ASSETS
1 Gold certificate account . . .

11,090

658

3,277

483

635

969

413

1,451

357

156

617

713

1,361

2 Special drawing rights
certificate account . . .

4,718

281

1,354

195

270

426

192

620

157

63

263

307

590

3 Coin
4 Loans

487

26

16

23

33

88

53

29

26

22

48

39

84

3,060

24

2,060

155

153

312

38

32

15

3

207

19

42

8,227

481

2,744

288

481

726

252

906

239

108

367

532

1 103

6,226

10,394

15,682

5,446

19,588

5 162

2,343

7,930

11,492

23,844

5 Acceptances held under
repurchase agreement . .
Federal agency obligations
6 Bought outright . . . .
7 Held under repurchase
agreement

10,386

59,305

10,891

69,332

6,669

11,028

16,720

5,736

20,526

5 416

2,454

8,504

12,043

24,989

11 667

529

1,338

533

432

682

909

958

828

654

1 840

1 358

1 606

607

93

31

48

28

101

48

22

18

25

46

19

128

7,016
7,679

197
200

1,712
1,521

344
128

449
212

344
365

582
220

982

197
114

231
93

316
156

561
540

1,101

3,659

449 -3,210

-651

215

-417

3,476

-263

487

- 39

-769

75,371

7,772

13,302

19,278

11,629

27,984

7 600

3,659

10 Total loans and securities . . . 194,308
1 1 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




1,694

1,694

£7.5. government securities
8 Bought outright2
177,798
9 Held under repurchase
3,529
agreement

0
237,572

3,529

13,324

-612

471

1,334

11,021 14,968 31,664

169

74, Statement of condition of Federal Reserve Banks, December 31, 19851—Continued
Millions of dollars

All
Reserve Boston
Banks

Item

New
York

Phila- Clevedelphia land

Richmond

Atlanta Chicago

<; t.
LA uis

T rt

Minne- Kansas
apolis
City

Dallas

San
Francisco

LIABILITIES
17 Federal Reserve notes . . . . 181,450
Deposits
18 Reserve accounts4
19 U.S. Treasury —General
account
20 Foreign—Official accounts . .
21 All other
22 Total deposits

28,631

9,351
480
1 041
39,503

53,848

5,870

11,341

16,656

7,341

23,724

5 ,796

2,'i91

7,823

1,178

8,153

1,136

1,126

1,584

2,893

2,545

896

471

1,055

2,615

4,979

4
36

9,351
367
495

7
28

11,349

10
43

7
69

12
31

21
109

4
21

5
13

7
37

12
51

24
108

1,179

1,660

2,936

2,675

921

489

1,099

2,678

5 111

485

434

584

914

849

709

630

1,837

751

793

80

134

196

144

254

66

33

102

143

13,218 74,493

7,606

11,335 27,502

7,492

1 218 18,366

....

10,679

521

24 Other liabilities and accrued
dividends5

2,378

130

23 Deferred credit items

25 Total liabilities

234,010

11,100 24,211

1,486

1,171

13,088 19,096

1,479

303

3,543 10,861 14,672 31,104

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
26 Capital paid in

1,781

53

439

83

107

91

147

241

54

58

80

148

280

27 Surplus
28 Other capital accounts

1 781

53

439

83

107

91

147

241

54

58

80

148

280

13,324 75,371

7,772

13,302 19,278

11,629 27,984

7 ,600

3,659

11,021 14,968 31,664

13,504

57,138

7,999

12,543

18,176

10,558 25,553

7 ,091

2,999

11,100

2,155

3,290

2,129

1,202

1,520

1,829

1 ,295

608

3,277

11,349

53,848

5,870

11,341

16,656

7,341 23,724

5 ,796

2,391

7,823

29 Total liabilities and capital
accounts
237,572
NOTE STATEMENT
Federal Reserve notes
Issued to Reserve Bank
by Federal Reserve
Agent and
outstanding
208,427
31 Less held by issuing
Bank, and forwarded
for redemption . . . . 26,977
30

6

32 Federal Reserve notes, net . . 181,450

33
34
35
36

Collateral held by Federal
Reserve Agent for notes
issued to Bank
Gold certificate account ,
11 090
Special drawing rights
certificate account
4718
Other eligible assets
....
U.S. government and
agency securities
165 642

37 Total collateral

170



181,450

3,217

13,043 28,723

1,943

4,512

11,100 24,211

75. Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks, 1985
Dollars
Item

Boston

Total

|

New York

|

Philadelphia |

Cleveland

|

Richmond

CURRENT INCOME
1
2
3
4
5
6

427 937 199
Loans
o
Acceptances
U.S. government securities . . . . 16,843,078,347
228 705 105
Foreign currencies
613,829,990
Priced services . .
18,432,145
All other
....

1 653,288

14 331,208

2,067 951

2 106 227

22 552 116

937,862,068
6,420,037
37,102,796
587,982

5,672,308,476
55,804,046
99,676,286
9,243,142

580,130,971
11,262,217
25,021,005
252,755

964,682,089
14,566 789
36,425,345
498,154

1,454,471,378
11 173 962
50 1 16 744
756 265

18,131,982,786

983,626,171

5,851,363,158

618,734,899

1,018,278,604

1,539,070,465

563,144,289
134,266,707
14,329,746
20 876 804
82,769,382
15,395 947
45,036,644

37,049,000
8,502,750
2,134,788
966,260
3,427,180
1,182,943
2,524,696

116,059,976
26,001,782
1,047,236
2 575,447
9,127,380
3,571,634
8,404,075

29,639,535
7,291,701
575,672
833,999
4,507,415
705,961
2,512,217

32,437,523
8,553,803
3,696,339
1 759 190
5,927,753
757 623
2,835,715

41,684 787
10,329,407
543,146
1 818 187
6,774,101
1 020 115
4,143 807

21 079 390
21 088 018
22,945,483
13,100,040
13 818 941

3 573,455
2,396,542
2,284,942
487,335
774 356

3 705,394
2 175,324
3,761,098
7,720,260
3 263 534

1 ,484 083
1,720,426
2,276,402
44,621
1 1 14 043

970 760
1,200 985
1,476,419
218,944
465 664

1 758 864
3 618 464
1,971 127
442,657
1 577 317

2 572 078
46,279,650
60 308 821
34,261,077
105 217,382
38,639,924

84,637
1,644,920
3 512 313
2,023,059
6,133,438
2,266,234
(1 810 864)
(6 218,751)
(141,087)

0
8,351,104
10 598,470
5,741,991
12,446,864
6,327,265
2 562 792
(2 522,880)
(7,457)

106,788
961,947
3,126515
1,844,293
8,966,615
2,210,109
2 436 204
(1,993,509)
(21,151)

122,429
4,359,469
3 128 266
1,150,071
8,534 049
2,741,554
(3 692 672)
(2,987 434)
(205 609)

307 391
2,195,985
5 993 679
3,454,372
8 117 291
3,466 788
755 018
(3 991 663)
(300 713)

7 Total

o

0

0

o

0

CURRENT EXPENSES
8 Salaries and other personnel
expenses
9 Retirement and other benefits . . .
10 Fees
11 Travel
12 Postage and other shipping costs . .
13 Communications . . .
14 Materials and supplies
Building expenses
15 Taxes on real estate
, ..
16 Property depreciation
17 Utilities
18 Rent
19 Other
Equipment
20 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

o

(30 559 981)
(1 976,961)

29 Total

1,222,593,382

72,798,146

230,911,289

70,343,886

73,450,841

95,680,127

30 Reimbursements
31 Net expenses

94,848,892
1,127,744,490

4,259,968
68,538,178

22,344,412
208,566,877

10,621,241
59,722,645

5,955,043
67,495,798

6,121,099
89,559,028

17,004,238,298
32 Current net income
Additions to current net income
Profits on sales of U.S.
99,435,343
government securities . . . .
1,211,263,619
34 All other
1 310 698 962
35
Total additions
Deductions from current
9 074 668
net income
36 Net additions to or deductions
( — ) from current net
1 301 624 294
income
Assessments by Board
77 377 700
37 Board expenditures3
. .,
38 Cost of Federal Reserve
173,738,745
39 Net income before payments
18 054 746 147
to U S Treasury
103,028,905
40 Dividends paid
41 Payments to U.S. Treasury
(interest on Federal
17,796,464,292
Reserve notes)
155 252 950
42 Transferred to surplus
1,626,108,200
43 Surplus, January 1
1,781,361,150
44 Surplus December 31

915,087,993

5,642,796,281

559,012,254

950,782,806

1,449,511,437

5,384,507
33,889,682
39 274,189

33,056,598
295,272,609
328 329,207

3,391,633
59,296,990
62,688,622

560,577

1 160,787

297,516

434 823

571 149

38 713,612

327 168,421

62,391,106

82,640 795

67 311 366

2,116,000

19,025,200

3,747,700

4,902,500

3 849 200

PROFIT AND Loss

33




5,627,610
77,448,009 •
83,075 619

8,481,391
59,401,124
67 882 515

10,280,468

52,739,089

5,869,244

10,450,559

15,923,504

941 405,138
2,844,470

5 898 200,412
25,607,748

611,786,416
4,852,310

1 018,070 543
6,349,649

1 497 050 099
5,149,817

930,560,317
8,000,350
44,798,550
52,798,900

5,829,661,765
42,930,900
396,509,800
439,440,700

604,330,206
2,603,900
79,942,000
82,545,900

1,008,680,244
3,040,650
103,959,650
107,000,300

1,481,448,482
10,451 800
80,360,450
90,812,250

171

75* Income and expenses of Federal Reserve Banks, 1985—Continued
Dollars
Item

Atlanta

Chicago

St. Louis

Minneapolis

Kansas City

Dallas

San Francisco

CURRENT INCOME
1 Loans . . .
318,485,481
1,900,356
0
0
2 Acceptances
....
3 U.S. government
477,961,822 1,986,309,592
securities
2,009,495
19,015,924
4 Foreign currencies . . . .
81,575,186
64,856,993
5 Priced services
6 All other .
1,599,041
1,690,626

2,816,574
0

2,413,372
0

16,672,254
0

38,832,490
0

4,105,881
0

485,322,928
6,397,770
28,017,848
438,336

222,589,785
7,525,813
34,279,665
298,372

764,335,125
10,286,569
42,813,820
260,365

1,077,764,155
18,383,040
44,420,512
1,067,391

2,219,339,959
35,859,443
69,523,790
1,739,717

565,425,721 2,419,978,795

522,993,456

267,107,007

834,368,133 1,180,467,588

2,330,568,790

48,483,889

67,621,635

28,133,297

25,621,374

36,959,981

36,182,616

63,270,676

11,675,035
1,973,778
1,993,065

16,005,616
1,857,710
2,838,694

7,139,410
394,111
989,314

6,015,610
449,920
1,054,530

9,094,835
653,653
1,642,435

7,782,123
299,296
1,503,150

15,874,635
704,097
2,902,533

9,031,066
1,652,323
4,477,114

8,490,569
1,535,986
5,113,900

4,691,478
623,430
2,699,443

5,584,910
672,176
1,865,836

6,265,739
1,158,700
3,312,113

5,989,674
955,037
3,058,517

12,952,117
1,560,019
4,089,211

1,131,414
1,121,996
1,931,580
144,800
981,247

2,499,317
1,148,291
2,496,765
2,105,921
2,283,172

422,929
710,618
1,160,585
344,768
667,217

2,294,395
1,040,916
857,354
119,459
572,815

745,987
1,293,444
1,224,287
68,703
528,094

717,718
1,051,605
1,222,198
1,039,335
528,004

1,775,074
3,609,407
2,282,726
363,237
1,063,478

259,608
6,551,898
4,187,252

504,150
7,867,337
7,836,849

466,516
1,347,458
2,754,188

336,111
1,761,330
3,264,501

94,620
1,514,938
3,752,881

100,799
4,548,328
4,230,862

189,029
5,174,936
7,923,045

2,770,306
11,295,260
3,144,894
1,297,915
(1,347,122)
(170,892)

5,851,054
21,098,453
5,155,094
(5,691,388)
(2,242,115)
243,822

1,705,126
4,988,184
1,686,730
1,305,087
(1,340,166)
(42,511)

1,578,605
6,176,634
1,858,527
1,638,359
(679,781)
(57,390)

2,269,093
5,374,044
1,845,582
877,459
(1,065,680)
(878,692)

2,162,430
4,375,980
3,166,908
(88,836)
(1,996,327)
(334,759)

3,710,677
7,710,572
4,770,239
410,927
(4,174,553)
(60,522)

7 Total
CURRENT EXPENSES
8 Salaries and other
personnel expenses .
9 Retirement and other
benefits
....
10 Fees
11 Travel
12 Postage and other
shipping costs
13 Communications
14 Materials and supplies . .
Building expenses
15 Taxes on real estate . .
16 Property depreciation .
17 Utilities
18 Rent . . .
19 Other
Equipment
20 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 . .
29 Total

112,586,426

154,620,832

60,847,212

62,026,191

76,732,216

76,494,658

136,101,560

30 Reimbursements
31 Net expenses

6,196,615
106,389,811

10,751,371
143,869,461

6,067,436
54,779,776

2,803,977
59,222,214

5,073,659
71,658,557

4,065,245
72,429,413

10,588,826
125,512,734

32 Current net income . . . . 459,035,910 2,276,109,333
Additions to current
net income
33 Profits on sales
of U.S. government
12,144,614
2,697,273
securities
34 All other
169,447,271
100,942,474
35
Total additions . . . . 103,639,747
181,591,886
Deductions from current
net income
736,742
547,206
36 Net additions to or
deductions ( — )
from current net
180,855,144
income
103,092,542
Assessments by Board
3
10,775,500
6,373,600
37 Board expenditures . .
38 Cost of Federal
24,640,150
5,384,164
Reserve currency .
39 Net income before
payments to
U.S. Treasury . . . . 550,370,688 2,421,548,827
14,199,298
8,445,546
40 Dividends paid
41 Payments to U.S.
Treasury (interest on
Federal Reserve
notes)
529,535,842 2,393,780,879
42 Transferred to surplus . .
12,389,300
13,568,650
43 Surplus, January 1 . . . . 134,156,200
227,612,600
44 Surplus, December 31 . . 146,545,500
241,181,250

468,213,680

207,884,793

762,709,577

1,108,038,175

2,205,056,057

2,851,799
33,886,147
36,737,946

1,315,504
39,932,238
41,247,742

4,552,538
54,489,487
59,042,025

6,964,270
96,945,102
103,909,371

12,967,606
190,312,486
203,280,092

584,438

246,903

852,004

1,478,353

1,604,169

36,153,507

41,000,839

58,190,021

102,431,018

201,675,923

2,188,000

2,572,100

3,499,700

6,177,900

12,150,300

5,414,222

2,131,426

8,025,341

11,154,896

21,725,682

496,764,966
2,935,559

244,182,106
3,390,797

809,374,557
4,657,283

1,193,136,397
8,359,610

2,372,855,999
16,236,818

486,053,607
7,775,800
45,947,100
53,722,900

236,601,859
4,189,450
54,303,950
58,493,400

798,313,374
6,403,900
73,731,900
80,135,800

1,165,861,687
18,915,100
129,296,150
148,211,250

2,331,636,030
24,983,150
255,489,850
280,473,000

PROFIT AND Loss

172




76. Banks and branches—Number in operation, December 31, 1985, by state
Number maintaining branches or additional offices1

Commercial and mutual savings banks
Mutual
savings

Commercial
State

Nonmember

Member

Total
Total

InNon- sured
insured2

Noninsured

National

State

Insured

15,429 15,072 4,968

United States

Mutual
savings

Commercial

1,085

8,380

639

344

13

Member

Total
Total

National

7,494 7,175 2,408

Nonmember

State

Insured

Noninsured

Insured

Noninsured

536

4,190

41

310

9

....

240
17
61
262
536

240
16
61
262
536

54
6
14
82
171

26
0
10
5
30

160
9
28
172
282

0
1
9
3
53

0
1
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

139
16
31
172
321

139
16
31
172
321

34
6
5
69
71

14
0
1
3
19

91
9
24
100
223

1
0
1
0
8

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia , .
Florida

577
116
40
22
433

577
58
39
22
433

241
17
15
18
182

68
1
3
0
56

162
39
18
1
187

106
1
3
3
8

0
58
1
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

124
94
14
14
271

124
41
13
14
271

72
12
7
13
108

6
1
0
0
23

45
28
6
1
140

1
0
0
0
0

0
53
1
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

374
26
26
1,297
377

374
26
26
1,297
374

54
3
7
400
110

15
0
3
68
41

304
19
16
767
220

1
4
0
62
3

0
0
0
0
3

0
0
0
0
0

239
19
22
571
284

239
19
22
571
282

47
2
6
227
93

7
0
3
28
28

185
15
13
315
160

0
2
0
1
1

0
0
0
0
2

0
0
0
0
0

626
625
335
303
44

626
625
335
303
25

111
168
78
71
8

37
20
7
6
2

477
436
248
225
15

1
1
2
2
0

0
0
0
0
19

0
0
0
0
0

299
148
241
223
41

299
148
241
223
24

61
57
65
44
8

19
6
5
5
2

219
85
171
174
14

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
17

0
0
0
0
0

93
267
361
739
148

91
122
361
739
148

25
58
119
212
33

5
2
81
34
3

60
55
158
489
110

1
7
3
4
2

2
132
0
0
0

0
13
0
0
0

81
226
311
267
122

79
99
311
267
122

23
51
105
114
30

5
2
70
7
3

51
46
135
145
89

0
0

1
1

2
118
0
0
0

0
9
0
0
0

679
173
459
19
86

679
173
459
19
64

126
55
121
6
24

37
42
9
1
3

511
73
324
10
34

5
3
5
2
3

0
0
0
0
22

0
0
0
0
0

372
28
114
13
66

372
28
114
13
50

80
14
46
3
23

23
5
2
1
2

269
9
66
9
24

0
0
0
0

1

0
0
0
0
16

0
0
0
0
0

143
98
486
65
181

128
98
416
65
181

71
45
104
17
43

10
6
39
0
6

45
45
52
46
130

2
2
221
2
2

15
0
70
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

127
70
221
51
82

113
70
154
51
82

66
30
82
16
28

10
4
26
0
3

37
36
33
35
51

0
0
13
0
0

14
0
67
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

323
542
77
335
34

323
542
76
330
30

144
231
8
184
6

69
22
13
17
0

107
282
46
112
10

3
7
9
17
14

0
0

1

234
195
48
248
18

234
195
47
243
14

115
87
7
133
4

51
8
9
12
0

68
99
31
95
9

0

0
0

5
4

0
0
0
0
0

0
3
1

5
4

1

0
0
0
0
0

20
74
25
138
58
294
1,951 1,058
7
62

5
26
10
70
16

49
87
221
808
36

0
0
5
15
3

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

59
47
221
311
40

59
47
221
311
40

16
8
52
75
5

4
9
9
13
10

39
30
159
221
25

0
0
2
0

1

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California

Georgia . . . .
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky . .
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
*
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas . . . .
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming . .
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands

....
..

,.
....

....

..
,,

. ..

....
....

74
138
294
1,951
62

,.
....

..
....
....




'

0

1

31
169
118
219
583

26
169
113
219
582

12
46
24
97
119

0
82
3
27
22

13
41
71
94
435

1
0
15
1
6

5
0
5
0

1

0
0
0
0
0

26
126
80
119
272

22
126
75
119
271

10
40
19
56
62

0
54
1
16
6

12
32
55
47
203

0
0
0
0
0

4
0
5
0
1

0
0
0
0
0

116
23
6

116
23
6

59
1
0

25
2
0

31
10
0

1
10
6

0
0
0

0
0
0

4
12
0

4
12
0

1
0
0

0
1
0

3
9
0

0
2
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

173

76. Banks and branches—Number in operation, December 31, 1985, by state—Continued
Branches and additional offices1
Location

Class of bank
Mutual
savings

Commercial banks
State

Outside head-office city

Nonmember

Member
Total

Insured

Non-,
insured

In
headoffice
city

In
headoffice
count)'

In
contiguous
counties

In
noncontiguous
counties

Banking
facilities3

State

Insured

Noninsured2

45,505 43,239 22,727

4,946

15,476

90

2,232

34

13,389

12,79(1

8,263

11,057

144

Total

United States

National

760
139
684
446
4,777

760
139
684
446
4,777

318
98
429
222
2,641

138
0
0
12
495

304
40
254
212
1,624

0
1
1
0
17

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

223
54
173
286
637

228
9
213
15:1
766

39
39
203
4
979

260
37
95
3
2,395

2
1
2
1
15

114
1,023
164
157
2,171

114
622
159
157
2,171

66
344
46
153
1,524

6
1
0
2
80

41
277
113
2
567

1
0
0
0
0

0
401
5
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

101
207
41
155
559

10
42(i
80
0
812

3
208
24
0
254

0
182
19
2
546

9
0
0
1
7

1,107
231
273
746
1,283

1,107
231
273
746
1,280

587
11
195
315
583

131
0
10
41
111

389
217
68
385
585

0
3
0
5
1

0
0
0
0
3

0
0
0
0
0

397
87
38
542
625

277
68
22
168
628

210
3
54
26
18

223
73
159
10
12

19
6
0
6
1

548
218
774
927
443

548
218
774
927
325

117
86
290
335
121

51
7
62
38
47

380
125
422
554
157

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
118

0
0
0
0
0

262
215
480
501
54

213
3
289
409
154

72
0
3
12
133

1
0
2
5
102

0
1
1
1
2

1,183
1,601
2,123
374
764

1,145
1,074
2,123
374
764

607
537
959
172
326

116
19
547
11
11

422
517
616
190
427

0

1
1
1

38
493
0
0
0

0
34
0
0
0

209
544
841
172
213

253
863
841.
148
147

387
130
414
43
163

334
64
27
11
241

2
1
2
0
2

650
25
191
202
270

650
25
191
202
214

215
11
95
105
103

42
5
4
37
4

393
9
92
60
106

0
0
0
0

1

0
0
0
0
56

0
0
0
0
0

402
24
152
49
70

231
0
5
28
133

10
1
8
26
58

7
0
26
99
9

2
1
1
0
0

2,019
278
3,885
1,863
122

1,771
278
3,324
1,863
122

1,290
130
1,860
1,046
36

183
20
1,169
0
5

298
128
279
817
81

0
0
16
0
0

248
0
561
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

217
187
1,331
176
41

731.
80
671.
103
49

499
8
898
247
31

577
3
985
1,337
1

4
0
4
0
2

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

2,429
194
641
2,933
223

2,429
194
635
2,772
192

1,726
71
380
1,598
102

380
8
12
107
0

323
113
243
1,055
79

0
2
0
12
11

0
0
6
161
31

0
0
0
0
0

649
159
136
296
47

919
21
97
971
10<i

418
12
139
1,465
49

443
2
269
201
22

3
5
0
2
0

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah

793
175
1,047
350
368

793
175
1,047
350
368

365
98
474
63
191

8
20
56
17
77

420
57
515
265
100

0
0
2
5
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

137
30
490
330
65

7<»
3!i
324
Ui
97

102
38
58
1
59

475
72
175
4
147

0
0
1
19
3

213
1,563
962
195
591

188
1,563
876
195
591

78
633
668
110
150

0
748
4
20
49

110
182
204
65
392

0
0
0
0
0

25
0
86
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

33
219
259
92
179

6S
193
270
80
30<i

62
369
185
12
85

53
782
248
11
21

0
10
3
0
1

3
272
18

3
272
18

0
31
16

0
35
0

3
197
2

0
9
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

3
0
0

0

0
2
0

0
267
18

1
0
0

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida

...
....

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

..

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi

. ...

Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire

. ..

New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota

..

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia . . . .Wisconsin
Wyoming .
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands

174




. ,.

..

0

(i

77. Banking offices in the United States—Number, and changes in number, December 31, 1985
A. Banks (head offices), by type1
Mutual savings
banks

Commercial banks
All
banks

Item

Member
Total

Nonmember

National

Total

State

4,968

1,0853

•— ££

Total

i—* fe

Number
......

15,429

15,072

6,053

New banks5
Ceased banking operations
Voluntary liquidation
Suspensions
Placed in receivership
Consolidations and absorptions
7 Banks converted into branches
8 Other
Interclass changes
9 Nonmember 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

346
-31
-29
0
0

344
1-31
-29
0
0

226
-16
-15
0
0

180
-12
-12
0
0

46
-4
-3
0
0

-318
-28

-313
-25

-142
-30

-111
-24

-31
-9

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

46
7
0
—5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

46
7
3
0
-15
-4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
-3
-5
15
4
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0

-60

-54

71

58

13

-125

6394

344

13

92
-10
-9
0
0

26
-5
-5
0
0

2
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

-167
-42

-4
50

-5
-2

0
-1

0
0
0
1
0
0
0
-35
0
-3
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
82
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
-82
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

25

77

-83

-46
-7
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
-3
0
0
0
0

1 Total

9,019

8,380

Change in number during 1985
2
3
4
5
6

23

Net change

118
-15
-14
0
0

-171
8

-46
-7
0
4
0
0
0
35
0
0
0
0
0
0

-150

B. Branches, additional offices, and facilities, by type of bank
Mutual savings
banks

Commercial banks
Item

All
banks

Member
Total

National

Total

Nonmember
State

Insured

Total

Noninsured

" &

Number
45,505

1 Total

43,239

27,673

22,727

4,946

15,566

15,476

90

2,232

34

13
4
0
3

66
5
-21
173

7
0
0
-203

Change in number during 1985
2
3
4
5

Branches and additional offices
De novo
Banks converted
.
Discontinued
Other1

1,480
318
-617
345

1,407
313
-596
375

734
142
-406
509

568
111
-338
404

166
31
-68
105

673
171
-190
-134

660
167
-190
-137

1,526

6 Net change
7 Number December 31 1984

1,499

979

745

234

520

500

20

223

-196

43,979

41,740

26,694

21,982

4,712

15,046

14,976

70

2,009

230

0
0

0
0

0
0

1
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

I

1

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

136

136

111

100

11

25

25

0

0

0

2

Banking facilities
8 Established
9 Other
10 Net change

11 Number, December 31, 1985




175

78. Changes in offices of commercial banks and nondeposit trust companies during 1985—
Summary, by state
July 1-Decembcr 31

January 1-June 30

Net inNet inIn opera- BeginCeasing In opera- crease, In opera- Begin- Ceasing In opera- crease,
tion on
tion on
or
ning
tion on
ning
tion on
or
operation June 30 decrease
July 1 operation operation Dec. 31 decrease
Jan. 1 operation
(-)
(-)

State

Type of
branching1

50 states and District of
Columbia— Total

56,023

894

447

56,470

447

56,470

800

381

56,889

419

Statewide branching states . . . .
Limited branching states
Unit banking states

28,656
19,773
7,594

513
246
135

260
140
47

28,909
19,879
7,682

253
106
88

28,909
19,879
7,682

432
270
98

221
118
42

29,120
20,031
7,738

211
152
56

986
144
690
683
4,965

22
4
22
8
92

13
2
2
2
94

995
146
710
689
4,963

9
2
20
6
-2

995
146
710
689
4,963

25
3
19
7
77

24
2
1
0
98

996
147
728
696
4,942

1
1
18
7
-21

L
S
S
L
S

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida

683
687
187
181
2,374

16
20
1
1
122

6
7
3
0
38

693
700
185
182
2,458

10
13
-2
1
84

693
700
185
182
2,458

11
10
6
0
90

6
3
0
0
33

698
707
191
182
2,515

5
7
6
0
57

U
S
S
S
S

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

1,400
194
292
1,980
1,625

42
2
0
23
12

14
0
0
3
10

1,428
196
292
2,000
1,627

28
2
0
20
2

1,428
196
292
2,000
1,627

32
1
2
17
18

9
0
1
8
2

1,451
197
293
2,009
1,643

23
1
1
9
16

L
S
S
U
L

Iowa
Kansas
Louisiana
Maine

1,166
845
1,086
1,182
349

8
11
8
20
3

12
8
0
7
2

1,162
848
1,094
1,195
350

-4
3
8
13
1

1,162
848
1,094
1,195
350

3
5
9
8
5

6
7
4
1
0

1,159
846
1,099
1,202
355

-3
-2
5
7
5

L
U
L
L
S

Maryland . . .
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi . . .

1,158
1,157
2,479
1,090
901

19
16
6
11
9

5
14
12
5
8

1,172
1,159
2,473
1,096
902

14
2
-6
6
1

1,172
1,159
2,473
1,096
902

27
23
10
11
13

2
4
7
4
9

1,197
1,178
2,476
1,103
906

25
19
3
7
4

S
S
L
L
L

Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire

1,284
198
634
190
202

24
1
9
4
7

22
0
9
1
1

1,286
199
634
193
268

2
1
0
3
6

1,286
199
634
193
268

15
1
11
4
3

8
0
9
2
2

1,293
200
636
195
269

7
1
2
2
1

U
U
L
S
S

New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota

1,828
364
3,656
1,900
302

36
5
37
26
0

14
2
11
7
0

1,850
367
3,682
1,919
302

22
3
26
19
0

1,850
367
3,682
1,919
302

23
5
36
16
0

3
2
25
6
0

1,870
370
3,693
1,929
302

20
3
11
10
0

S
L
S
S
U

2,638
712
693
3,033
241

16
19
4.
43
1

17
4
4
9
0

2,637
727
693
3,067
242

-1
15
0
34
1

2,637
727
693
3,067
242

58
15
12
26
2

12
7
7
7
0

2,683
735
698
3,086
244

46
8
5
19
2

L
L
S
S
S

869
313
1,328
2,179
407

6
2
30
60
3

17
3
14
7
2

858
312
1,344
2,232
408

-11
-1
16
53
1

858
312
1,344
2,232
408

8
1
12
46
2

4
2
5
10
1

862
311
1,351
2,268
409

4
-1
7
36
1

S
S
L
U
S

209
1,711
966
363
1,136
123

2
32
8
9
12
0

1
17
6
1
10
1

210
1,726
968
371
1,138
122

1
15
2
8
2
-1

210
1,726
968
371
1,138
122

2
22
12
18
15
3

1
8
9
6
11
3

211
1,740
971
383
1,142
122

1
14
3
12
4
0

S
S
S
L
L
U

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California

..

....

Ohio , .
..
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

...

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia .
Wisconsin
Wyoming

176



.

...

79. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

5

|

6

7

8

9

10

June 1985
Alabama (206)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.6

12.4
57.9

4.2
62.2

2.62
64.8

1.6
66,5

14
67,9

1.0
69.0

9
699

13.8
29.8

13.9
43.8

10.6
54.4

4.4
58.9

2.8
61.8

1.5
63.3

1.3
64.7

1.1
65.9

1.0
66.9

22.9
22.9

14. 92
37.8

14,3
52.1

10.5
62.6

10.02
72.7

8.42
81.1

6.9
88.1

3.52
91.6

2.7
94.4

20
96.4

226
226

Arizona (49)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . ,
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

..

14.1
36.8

12 8
49.7

109
60.7

11 0
71.7

89
80.6

6.8
87.5

37
91,2

31
94.4

15
95 9

400

24.7
64.8

15.6
80.5

88.5

2.4
91.0

2,1
93.1

.92
94.1

.62
94.8

.52
95.3

2
95 6

40.0
39 2
39 2

Arkansas (231)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
.

13 3
13.3

8.0

249

15 8

82

64.1

799

882

25
90.7

21
92 8

10
93.8

6
94 5

5
95,1

3
95 4

2.8
28.2

2 O2
30.2

1.9
32.2

19
34.1

1.6
-35.8

14
37.2

2.6
27.2

19
29.2

2.0
31.2

18
33.1

1,7
34.8

14
363

7.7
69.7

3.5
73.2

2.0
75.2

1.6
76.9

1.1
78.1

10
79.1

6.2

2.9

29

19.5

22.5

25.4

13 0

5.7

29

29

130

18.8

21.7

24.6

302

14.0
44.3

9.8

7.8

30.2

54.1

61.9

31.1
31 1

13.0

9,9

6.8

442

54 1

60 9

7.4
68 3

3.1
71 5

2.1
73.6

1.4
75 0

1.1
762

1.2
77 4

..

17 5
17.5

11.2
28.7

10.6
39.3

10.1
49.4

8.0
57.4

4.6
62.1

3.02
65.1

.9
66.0

,8
66.9

.8
67.7

..

167

10.5
27.2

8.9

16.7

36.2

10.6
46.9

8.1
55.0

4.9
60.0

3.0
63.0

.9
64.0

.8
64.9

.5
65.4

27 8
27.8

27 7
55.5

94
64.9

71
72.1

68
78.9

5 62
84.5

1,32
85.9

1i
87.1

l.O2
88.1

9
89.1

25 7
25.7

264
52.1

10 1
62.2

74
69.7

7.4
77.1

56
82,7

1.5
84.3

13
85.6

1.1
86.7

11
87.8

13 7
13 7

11.5
25.3

9.92
35 3

9.8
45 1

8.3
53.4

6.2
59 7

5.22
65.0

4.4
69 4

4.0
73.5

3.7
77 3

12 2
12.2

6.4

8.1

18.6

26.8

16.2
43.0

6.8
49.9

11.3
61.2

.6
61.8

8.4
70.3

4.2
74.5

4.8
79.3

32.5
32.5

26.0
58.6

10.3
68.9

9.9
78.8

7.8
86.7

3.1
89.8

2.4
92.3

2.22
94.6

.92
95.5

.6
96.2

324

23.7
56.1

109

99

32.4

67.1

77.1

7.7
84.8

37
88.5

2.7
91.3

2.5
93.8

1.1
95,0

.8
95.8

14.9
14 9

12.1
27.0

11.9
39.0

6.72
45.7

5.9
51.6

4.8
56.4

4.7
61.1

4,6
65.8

2.02
67.8

1.5
69.4

15.8
15 8

12.3
28.2

10,7
38.9

6.6
45.6

5.7
51.3

4.6
55.9

4.7
60.7

4.5
65.2

1.9
67.2

1.6
68.8

California (435)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization . .
Cumulative
Colorado (262)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Connecticut (47)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Delaware (28)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

..

District of Columbia (19)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




13.7
45.5

16.0
16.0

Alaska (13)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Florida (295)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

15.1
31.7

166

..

177

79. 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

6

5

7

8

9

10

June 1985
Georgia (302)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Hawaii (19)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
.

Illinois (1,000)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Indiana (371)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

5.8
62.0

3.5
65.5

2.5
68.0

1.32
69.3

1.2
70.5

1.0
71.6

15.1
31.9

13.9
45.8

6.5
52,4

5.6
58.0

3,3
61.4

2.7
64.1

1.5
65.6

1.2
66.9

1.0
67.9

32.72
72.4

6.0
78.4

5.8
84.3

4.12
88.4

3.62
92.0

2.52
94.6

2.02
96.6

1.52
98.1

.6
98.8

...
...

41.7
41.7

31.9
73.7

6.3
80.0

6.1
86.1

4.3
90.5

1.5
92.0

2.6
94.7

2.0
96.8

1.3
98.1

.6
98.8

39.4
39.4

24.7
64.1

11.8
75,9

6.9
82,8

3.62
86.5

2.22
88.7

1.52
90.3

1.5
91.8

1.4
93.2

.9
94.2

24.9
62.5

12.1
74.6

7.4
82.1

3,7
85.9

2.2
88.1

1.6
89.7

1.6
91.3

1.5
92.8

1.0
93.9

18.9
18.9

14.1
33.0

5.4
38.5

4.2
42.8

1.5
44,3

1.0
45.4

1.0
46.4

.9
47.3

.8
48.1

.7
48,8

14.0
14.0

9.1
23.1

4.8
27.9

3.6
31.6

1.8
33.4

1.1
34.6

.9
35.5

1.0
36.5

.9
37.5

.8
38.3

7.5
7.5

7.5
15.1

5.22
20.4

2.4
22.9

2.1
25.0

2.0
27.0

1.9
29.0

1.9
30.9

1.5
32.5

1.4
33.9

6.8
6.8

6.6
13.4

4.2
17.7

2.3
20.0

2.1
22.2

1,9
24.1

1.8
25.9

1.9
27.8

1.5
29.4

1.3
30.7

7.6
7.6

6.5
14.1

5.22
19.3

3,6
23.0

3.5
26.5

3.2
29.7

1.8
31.5

1,4
33.0

1.1
34.2

1.1
35,3

7.2
7.2

6.2
13.5

5.5
19.0

2.8
21.8

3.6
25.4

3.1
28.6

1.5
30.2

1.4
31.6

1.1
32.7

1.1
33.9

7.9
7.9

2.8
10.7

1.9
12.7

1.8
14.5

1.5
16.0

1.4
17.4

1.4
18.9

1.3
20.2

1.2
21.5

1.0
22.5

7.2
7.2

2.6
9.9

1.7
11.6

1.6
13.3

1.5
14.8

1.4
16.2

1.3
17.6

1.3
18.9

1,0
20.0

1.0
21,0

12.8
12.8

11.2
24.0

7.0
31.1

3.5
34.7

2.3
37.0

1.5
38.5

l.l 2
39.6

1.1
40.8

1.0
41.8

.9
42.7

11.2
11.2

9.2
20.5

6.9
27.4

2.7
30.1

2.0
32.2

1.3
33.5

1.1
34.7

1.0
35.8

1,1
36.9

1.0
37.9

8.6
8.6

....

6.0
56.1

37.6
37,6

....

15.5
50.1

,.

Idaho (24)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . .

15.6
34.6

39.7
39.7
.
..

18.9
18.9
16.8
16.8

. .

7.0
15.7

5.4
21.1

5.3
26.5

3.2
29.7

2.2
31.9

2.1
34.1

2.0
36.2

1.9
38.2

1.7
39.9

....

....

....

Iowa (518)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . ,
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Kansas (613)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Kentucky (313)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Louisiana (296)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative ,
Maine (21)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . .

178



..

.....

....

.

...

8.2
8.2

6.5
14.8

5.1
19.9

4.8
24.7

3.2
28.0

2.3
30.3

2.1
32,5

2.0
34.5

2.0
36.5

1.7
38.2

....

...

22.3
22.3

19.3
41.6

14.8
56.5

14.1
70.7

13.9
84.7

2.1
86.8

2.1
89,0

1.6
90,6

1.6
92.3

1,2
93.6

22.0
22,0

19.9
42.0

13.8
55.8

14.3
70.1

14.0
84.1

2.2
86.4

2.2
88.6

1.8
90.4

1.7
92.2

1,2
93.4

...

79, 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 1985
Maryland (68)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

21.0
21.0

12.7
33.7

10.9
44.6

10.2
54.9

8.2
63.1

7.1
70.2

6.1
76,3

3.8
80.2

2.5
82.8

2.1
84.9

18.9
18.9

11.3
30.2

11.4
41.6

10.6
52.2

9.2
61.5

6.7
68.3

6.3
74.6

4.3
78.9

.7
79,7

2.5
82.2

Massachusetts (67)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative , .

23.6
23.6

13,4
37.0

12.7
49.8

10.8
60.7

8.3
69.0

5.9
74.9

4.4
79.4

2.9
82.4

2.0
84,4

1.9
86.4

21.5
21.5

12.7
34.3

12.0
46.3

11.8
58.2

6.7
64.9

6.6
71.5

5.1
76.7

3.4
80.1

2.2
82.4

2.2
84.6

Michigan (191)
Assets
Per organization . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

21.8
21.8

13.6
35.4

10.6
46.1

8.7
54.9

6.5
61.5

6.0
67.5

2.1
69.7

1.9
71.7

1.7
73.5

1,5
75.0

19,2
19.2

13.3
32.6

11.0
43.6

8.4
52.0

7.0
59.0

6.1
65.2

2.3
67.5

1.9
69.5

1.9
71.4

1.6
73.0

Minnesota (585)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization ,
Cumulative

35.2
35.2

20.8
56.0

3.3
59.4

2.0
61.5

1,8
63.3

.9
64.2

.6
64.9

.52
65,4

,4
65.9

.3
66.3

26.7
26.7

22.2
48.9

3.4
52.4

2.3
54.7

1.8
56.5

1.0
57.5

.1
58.3

.6
59.0

.5
59.5

.4
60.0

15.7
15.7

12.02
27.7

5.9
33.7

3.7
37.5

3.7
41,2

2.2
43.4

2.2
45.7

1.8
47.5

1,6
49.2

1.5
50.7

13.9
13.9

11.3
25.3

5,7
31.1

3.9
35.0

3.9
39.0

2.3
41.3

2.3
43.7

1.9
45.6

1.7
47,4

1.6
49.0

12,9
12.9

12,7
25.7

10.6
36.3

8.5
44.9

5.1
50.1

2,7
52.8

2.4
55.3

2.1
57.4

1.9
59.3

1.7
61.1

11.5
11.5

12.1
23.6

9.5
33.2

7.9
41.1

5.3
46,5

2.6
49.1

2.6
51.8

2.2
54.0

2.1
56.2

1.6
57.8

26.9
26.9

11.2
38.2

6.2
|44,4

6.0
50.4

4,4
54.8

4.2
59.1

3.2
62.3

1.7
64.0

1.2
65.3

1.2
66.5

23.6
23.6

11.4
35.0

6.3
41.4

6.3
47.7

4.6
52.4

4.5
56.9

3.2
60.1

1.7
61.9

1.2
63.1

1.3
64.4

Nebraska (435)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
.Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13,6
13.6

9.3
22.9

4.3
27.3

3.1
30.4

1,2
31.6

.9
32.6

.9
33.6

.8
34.5

.7
35.2

.7
36.0

12.0
12.0

8.6
20.6

4.2
24.9

2.9
27.8

1.2
29.0

1.0
30.0

1.0
31.1

.9
32.0

.8
32.8

.7
33.6

Nevada (16)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

46.3
46.3

21.8
68.2

10.52
78.7

7.22
85.9

3.32
89.3

2.7
92,0

2. 12
94.2

1.9
96.2

l.O2
97.2

.7
98.0

47.6
47.6

21.7
69,3

10.6
79.9

7.7
87.7

3.5
91.2

.0
91.3

2.4
93.7

2.2
96.0

1.1
97.1

.8
97.9

New Hampshire (43)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

19.9
19.9

18.6
38.5

11.4
50.0

8.7
58,7

4.7
63.5

4.2
67.7

2.52
70,2

2.1
72.4

1.92
74.3

1.7
76.0

20.0
20.0

17.8
37.9

11.4
49.3

8.6
57.9

4.5
62.5

4.4
66.9

2.4
69.4

2.2
71.6

1.8
73.4

1,8
75.2

....

Mississippi (149)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Missouri (438)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Montana (103)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




. •'

179

79. 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 1985
New Jersey (91)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative . . . .

19.0
19.0

12.5
31.5

7.5
39.1

5.4
44.5

5. 12
49.6

4.12
53.8

3.3
57,2

3.3
60.5

3.0
63.5

2.6
66.2

17.6
17,6

11.8
29.5

7.3
36.9

5.4
42.4

5,2
47.6

4.2
51.9

3.3
55.2

3.4
58.6

3.2
61.9

2.7
64.6

24.32
24.3

10.6
35.0

9.9
44.9

8.0
52.9

6.4
59,3

3.7
63.0

2.6
65.7

2.2
68.0

1.6
69.6

1.5
71.2

24.4
24.4

9.2
33.6

10.0
43.6

8.2
51.9

6.6
58.5

3.8
62.3

2.6
65.0

2.0
67.0

1.7
68.8

1.6
70.4

19,0
19.0

12.3
31.3

10.8
42.1

10.5
52.7

9.0
61.7

6.7
68.5

4.4
72.9

4.3
77.2

3.1
80.4

2.1
82.5

...

16.9
16.9

13.5
30.5

10.3
40.8

11.9
52,8

6.0
58.8

3.9
62.8

3.4
66.3

4.7
71.0

3.6
74.6

2.8
77,4

...

24.3
24.3

19.6
44.0

18,1
62.1

7.0
69.1

6.0
75.2

5.5
80.7

3.3
84.0

3.1
87.2

2.4
89.6

1.5
91.2

...

21.3
21.3

20.6
42.0

13.1
55.1

7.3
62.5

7.1
69.6

6.5
76.2

4.0
80.3

3.9
84.3

2.9
87.2

1.9
89.1

17.2
17.2

13.4
30.6

6.3
36.9

3.1
40.1

2.8
42.9

2.1
45.1

1.92
47.1

1.9
49.0

1.32
50.3

1.2
51.6

.,..

New Mexico (61)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
New York (162)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .
North Carolina (63)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative . . . .
North Dakota (139)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative

....

...

...

....

16.3
16.3

13.5
29.9

6,4
36.3

3.2
39.5

2.6
42.1

2.1
44.3

2.0
46.3

1.7
48.0

1.3
49.4

1.1
50.5

Ohio (240)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

..
....

....

16.5
16.5

13.1
29.7

9.0
38.7

8.1
46.9

7.4
54.3

4.6
59.0

3.9
62.9

3.8
66.8

3.2
70.0

3.1
73.2

15.4
15.4

13.4
28.9

7.9
36.8

8.5
45.3

7.0
52.3

4.7
57.1

3.8
61.0

3.5
64.5

2.9
67.5

3.0
70,5

Oklahoma (501)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

....

10.9
10.9

8.9
19.9

6.9
26.8

2.0
28.8

1.6
30.5

1.5
32.1

1.1
33.2

1.0
34.2

.9
35.2

.9
36.1

9.8
9.8

8.4
18.3

5.3
23.6

2.1
25.8

1.4
27.2

1.5
28.8

1.1
30.0

.9
30.9

.9
31.9

.8
32.8

41.1
41.1

32.8
73.9

6.3
80.2

3.92
84.1

1.8
86.0

1.5
87.6

1.0
88.6

.9
89.5

.6
90.2

.6
90.8

38.9
38.9

31.5
70,5

6.6
77.1

4.4
81.5

2.2
83.8

1.8
85.6

1.1
86.8

1.0
87.8

.7
88.6

.7
89.3

22,6
22.6

13.6
36.2

7.1
43.4

4.7
48.2

4.2
52.4

3.9
56.4

2.8
59.2

2.2
61.5

2.0
63.5

1.9
65.5

17.0
17.0

11.7
28.7

7.0
35.7

5.3
41.0

4.4
45.4

3.4
48.9

3.2
52.2

2.4
54.6

2.4
57.1

2.2
59.3

55.5
55.5

30.5
86.0

4.3
90.3

2.8
93.2

1.7
95.0

1.3
96.4

.8
97.3

.7
98.0

.52
98.6

.5
99.1

52.2
52.2

30.6
82.9

5.1
88.1

3.6
91.8

2.1
93.9

1.6
95.6

i.O
96.7

.8
97.6

.7
98.3

.7
99.0

Oregon (63)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Pennsylvania (291)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Rhode Island (13)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . .

180



...

,.

....

..

...

...

79. 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 1985
South Carolina (75)
Assets
Per organization ,
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

..

28.3
28.3

18.52
46.8

15.3
62.2

7.2
69.5

4.6
74.1

2.1
76.3

1.5
77.9

1.42
79.3

1.3
80.7

1.2
81.9

..

26.7
26.7

18.7
45.4

13,0
58.5

8.2
66.8

5.0
71.8

2.3
74.2

1.6
75.9

1.6
77.5

1.4
78.9

1.3
80.3

South Dakota (121)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

54.6
54.6

10,0
64.6

8.4
73.1

1.7
74.8

1,6
76.4

1.3
77.7

1.0
78.8

1.0
79.8

.8
80.7

.8
81.5

31.5
31.5

15.6
47.1

11.8
59.0

2.5
61.6

2.5
64.1

2.0
66.2

1.6
67.8

1.5
69.3

1.3
70.7

1.1
71.8

Tennessee (252)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13.9
13.9

12.7
26.6

12.6
39.3

8.3
47.6

7.0
54.6

3.32
57.9

1.7
59,7

1.3
6LO

1.0
62.1

1.0
63.1

13.1
13.1

12.3
25.5

12.8
38.3

7.9
46.3

4.7
51.1

3.1
54.3

1.9
56.2

1.4
57.7

1.1
58.8

1.0
59.9

Texas (1,260)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

10.9
10.9

10.5
21.4

9.0
30.5

8.2
38.7

6.6
45,3

5.22
50.6

4.4
55.0

3,2
58.2

1.7
59.9

1.4
61.4

10.5
10.5

9.1
19.7

7.8
27.6

7.1
34.7

6.8
41.6

5.5
47.1

2.2
49.4

3.2
52.6

1.9
54.6

1.5
56.1

28.9
28.9

22.4
51.3

9.8
61.1

7.8
69.0

7.32
76,3

3.0
79.3

2.82
82,1

2.2
84.3

1.4
85.8

1.0
86.8

28.5
28.5

21.1
49,7

10.0
59.8

8.2
68.0

7.1
75.2

2.6
77.9

3.0
80.9

2.0
83.0

1.5
84.5

1.1
85.6

21.1
21.1

12.2
33.3

11.7
45.1

11.3
56.4

10.0
66.4

5.5
72.0

4.8
76.8

3.2
80.0

2.6
82.7

1.9
84.6

21.4
21.4

12.1
33.5

11.8
45.3

11.4
56.8

9.6
66.4

5.4
71.8

4.8
76,6

3.2
79.9

2.6
82.6

1.9
84.5

Virginia (140)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . . .

20.8
20.8

15.9
36.7

11.22
48.0

10.8
58.9

8.4
67.3

6.9
74.2

5.4
79.7

2.6
82.4

.8
83.3

.8
84.1

20.5
20.5

14.6
35,1

11.2
46.3

9.8
56.2

7.8
64.0

7.8
71.9

5.8
77.8

2.8
80.7

.9
81.6

,9
82.5

Washington (92)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

30.6
30.6

22.1
52.8

11.0
63.8

8.1
71.9

5.6
77.6

5.42
83.0

2.3
85.4

1.92
87.3

l.O2
88.4

.6
89.0

27.6
27.6

21.7
49.3

11.7
61.0

8.3
69.4

6.0
75.4

5.9
81,4

2.5
83.9

2.1
86.1

1.0
87.2

,6
87.9

West Virginia (192)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

6.7
6.7

3.8
10.5

3.4
13.9

2.8
16.7

2.4
19.1

2.0
21.2

2.0
23.2

1.9
25.1

1.8
26.9

1.7
28.7

6.5
6.5

3.4
9.9

3.2
13.2

2.3
15.6

2.5
18.1

1.6
19.8

1.8
21.6

1.8
23.5

1.9
25.4

1.7
27.2

Wisconsin (430)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

13.1
13.1

10.6
23,8

9.3
33.1

3.8
37.0

2.8
39.9

2.8
42.7

2.2
45.0

1.6
46.6

1.6
48.2

1.4
49.7

12.0
12.0

9.7
21.7

8.9
30.7

4.0
34.7

2,8
37.5

2.8
40.4

2.0
42.4

1.6
44.0

1.6
45.6

1.3
47.0

*

Utah (53)
Assets
Per organization . . .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Vermont (23)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




..

181

79. 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 total assets

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

38
53 6

37
57 3

20

20

59 4

61 5

3.8
57.2

21
59 3

21
61 4

12
18 8

200

10

June 1985
Wyoming (65)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
United States (11,377)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

39 2

144
144

11 4
25 8

11 0
36.8

4.9

40

41.8

45 8

14.1
14.1

11.4
25.6

10.8
36.5

4.8

4.1

4.0

41.3

45.4

49.4

35

34
7.0

2.1
9,2

1.8

1.8

1.7

1.5

1.5

3,5

11.0

12.8

14.5

16,1

17.6

3,8

2.2
60

1.7
78

1.9
9.7

11 0

38

1.3

49 8

1.4
12.4

3.8
53.3

11

.7

1.4

13,2

14.7

.9
156

.8
164

Decem ber 1985
Alabama (201)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Alaska (13)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

29 2

16.5
36.4

14.0
50.5

12.6
63,2

1.6

1.4

19.9

66.1

67.8

69.2

11
70.4

10
71 4

725

18 0
18 0

15 8
33 9

147
486

11 1
59.7

629

32

15
64.5

14
65.9

12
67.1

12
68 3

694

228

16.52
39.3

13.6
53.0

10.8
63.8

105

7.72
82.1

6.6

23

88.7

3.02
91.8

27

74.3

94.5

968

163

11 6
73 9

82.0

199

22.8

80

228

39.2

12 1
51.3

10,9
62.2

Arizona (52)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

39.3
39.3

24.8
64.1

16.0
80.1

8.5

2.1

2.0

88.7

90.9

93,0

39.0
39.0

24.4
63.5

15.8
79.4

88.1

Arkansas (231)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

11.8
11.8

6.4

2.9

2.8

28

18.3

21.2

24.0

26.9

11.3
11,3

17.1

20.0

29.6
29.6

14.9
44.5

53.9

29.4
29.4

13.3
42.8

52.5

60.5

67.2

190
190

309

11.8

10.3
41 3

10.0
51 3

59 6

64 1

18.1
18 1

295

38 5

9.0

10.6
49.1

8.1
573

62 1

28.4
28,4

27.5
56.0

65.4

7.4

6.7
796

5.42
85.1

27.2
27 2

26.6
53.9

63.5

California (438)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Colorado (262)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Connecticut (52)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

182




22 8

5.8

11.3

2.8

9.3

9.7

9.3
9.6

8.7

2.2

90.4

2.7

2.5

22.8

25.3

7.8

61.8

7.9

72.9

70

68.8

6.7

82

7.4

7.1

71.0

78 1

6.5
88.5

.92
93.9

3.1

91.7

,62
94.6

30

948

,52
95.1

10
11

16

965

2
95,4

2.2

.9

.6

5

3

92.6

93.6

94,3

94.8

95.2

2.02
28.9

1.9

1.9

30.9

32,9

1 62
34,5

13
35 9

16
33.0

12
34.3

11

774

10
78 5

1.2

1,1
767

1.9
27.3

3.7

72.5

3.4
70.7

4,4
4.7

5.5

83 6

2.0
29.3

2.0

74.6

2.1
72,8

2,0
31.4

1.7

76.3

1.5
74.3

75.6

7

7

67 0

67 9

68 6

69 3

3.0

.9
660

5

7

65 1

66 5

67 3

1.32
86.4

87.6

l.O2
88 6

89 5

11
87 5

10
88 5

2.9

1.4
85.1

.8

1.1
1.2

86.4

9

79. 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

1

2

Rank, by total assets

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

December 1985
Delaware (32)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.4
16.4

9.82
26,3

8.4
34.7

7.9
42.7

7.2
49.9

5,0
54.9

4.5
59.4

4.0
63.5

3.92
67.4

3.9
71.4

11.3
11.3

7.0
18.4

15.8
34.2

7.9
42.2

8.3
50.6

9.7
60.3

.5
60.9

3.9
64.8

,0
64.8

.9
65.8

31,7
31.7

25.8
57.5

10.4
67.9

10.2
78.1

7.8
86,0

3.5
89.5

2.6
92.1

2.32
94.5

.92
95.4

.7
96.1

32.2
32.2

23.3
55.5

10,7
66.3

10.2
76.5

7.7
84.3

4.1
88.5

2,8
91.3

2.6
93,9

1.1
95.0

.8
95.8

15.5
15.5

12.5
28.0

11.7
39.8

6.82
46.6

6.0
52.6

5.1
57.8

4.6
62.5

3.5
66.0

1.8*
67.8

1.8
69.6

16.3
16.3

12.7
29.0

10.6
39.7

6.7
46.4

5.8
52.3

4.5
56.8

4.4
61.3

3.7
65.0

1.7
66.8

1.9
68.7

19,2
19.2

18.3
37.5

16,2
53.7

5.9
59.6

5.4
65.1

3.1
68.2

2.52
70.8

1.8
72.6

1.4
74.1

.9
75.1

17,5
17.5

15.0
32.5

14.7
47.2

5.8
53.0

6.3
59.3

3.2
62.6

2.9
65.5

2.1
67.7

1.7
69.4

1.0
70.4

41.4
41.4

32,1
73.5

5.8
79.4

5.7
85.1

3.92
89.0

3.12
92.2

2.52
94.7

1.92
96.6

1.5
98.2

.6
98.8

42.5
42.5

32.0
74.5

6.1
80.6

6.0
86.7

4.0
90.7

1.4
92.2

2.6
94.8

1.9
96.8

1.3
98.2

,5
98.7

39.7
39.7

24,5
64.3

11.5
75.8

7.2
83.0

3.52
86.5

2.22
88.8

1.52
90.4

1.5
91.9

1.3
93.3

.8
94.1

37,7
37.7

24.8
62.5

11.7
74.3

7.4
81.8

3.8
85.6

2.3
88.0

1.6
89.6

1.6
91.2

1.5
92.8

.9
93.7

Illinois (977)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits

18.0
18,0

14.1
32.2

5.8
38.0

4,6
42.7

1.2
43.9

1.1
45.0

1.0
46.1

1.0
47.1

1.0
48.1

.9
49.1

Cumulative

14.0
;L4.0

9.7
23.8

5.2
29.0

3.9
32.9

1.4
34.3

1.0
35.3

1.3
36.6

1.2
37.8

1.1
38.9

1.0
40.0

Indiana (354)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

9.6
9.6

8.4
18.1

5.0
23.1

2.3*
25.5

2.3
27.8

2.2
30.1

2.1
32,2

2.1
34.3

2.0
36.4

1.5
38,0

8.7
8.7

7.2
16.0

4.5
20.6

2.2
22.9

2.3
25.2

2.1
27.3

2.1
29,5

2,1
31.7

1.7
33.5

1.4
34.9

Iowa (512)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

8.0
8.0

7,3
15,3

4.82
20.2

3.8
24.0

3.3
27.4

3.2
30.6

1.7
32.4

1.5
34.0

1.3
35.3

1.0
36.3

7.4
7,4

6.6
14.0

5.1
19.2

2.8
22.1

3.5
25.6

3.3
28.9

1.5
30.5

1.4
32.0

1.1
33.1

1.0
34.1

Kansas (596)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

8.9
8.9

3.2
12.1

1.9
14.1

1.9
16.0

1.6
17.6

1.5
19.1

1.5
20.7

1.4
22.1

1,3
23.5

1.3
24.8

8.0
8.0

2.7
10.8

1.6
12.4

1.8
14.3

1,4
15.7

1.6
17.3

1.5
18.8

1.4
20.3

1.4
21.7

1.2
22.9

District of Columbia (19)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization

Cumulative

Florida (299)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative .
Georgia (295)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Hawaii (19)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . . . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Idaho (25)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




....

. . .

183

79. 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

1

B

9

10

December 1985
Kentucky (298)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative

13.8
13.8

12.6
26.4

7.2
33.6

4.3
38.0

2.3
40.3

1.4
41.7

l.l 2
42.9

1.0
44.0

.9
45.0

.9
45.9

12.2
12.2

10.6
22.9

6.9
29.8

3.8
33.7

1.9
35.7

1.3
37.1

1.1
38.2

1.0
39.3

1.0
40.4

1.0
41.4

11.4
11,4

10.4
21.8

7.3
29.1

6.8
35.9

3.2
39.2

2.2
41.4

2.1
43.6

1.9
45.6

1.5
47.1

1.5
48.7

11.1
11.1

9.3
20.4

7,1
27.6

6.3
34.0

3.2
37.2

2.2
39.5

2,0
41.5

1.9
43.5

1.5
45.1

1.4
46.5

21.0
21.0

20.2
41.2

14.8
56.1

14.2
70.4

13.9
84.3

2.1
86.4

2,1
88.5

1.7
90.3

1.6
92.0

1.2
93.2

20.8
20.8

21.1
42.0

13.8
55.9

13.9
69.9

13.8
83.7

2.1
85.9

2.2
88.2

1.8
90.0

1,8
91,8

1.3
93.2

19.6
19.6

11.8
31.4

10.7
42.2

10.1
52.4

8.1
60.5

7.1
67,7

6.3
74.0

3.8
77.9

2.9
80.8

2.3
83.1

18.1
18.1

11.1
29.3

11.1
40.5

10.1
50.7

9.1
59.8

7.1
66.9

6.2
73.2

4.2
77.4

.6
78.0

2.6
80.7

22.9
22.9

13.2
36.1

12.8
49.0

10.7
59.7

9.8
69.6

5.8
75.5

4.1
79.6

2.9
82.5

2.1
84.7

1.8
86.5

20.1
20.1

13.5
33.7

11.8
45.6

11.3
56.9

8.6
65.5

6.6
72.2

4.8
77.0

3.3
80.3

2.3
82.7

2.0
84.8

Michigan (185)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

21.6
21.6

13.6
35.3

10.8
46.1

9.4
55.6

7.6
63.3

6.0
69,3

2.9
72.2

2.8
75.1

1.6
76.7

1.4
78.2

18.9
18.9

13.5
32.4

11.0
43,5

8.9
52.4

8.1
60.6

6.2
66.8

3.1
70.0

2.8
72.8

1.7
.74.6

1,6
76.2

Minnesota (580)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

35.0
35.0

21.5
56.5

3.8
60.4

2.0
62.4

1.9
64.3

.9
65.2

.6
65.8

.52
66.4

.4
66.9

.3
67.3

27.8
27.8

21.8
49.6

3.8
53.5

2.2
55.7

1.9
57.6

.9
58.6

.7
59.4

.6
60.1

.4
60.6

.4
61.0

Mississippi (146)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

16.6
16.6

13.42
30.0

5.6
35.7

4.6
40.4

3.7
44.1

2.3
46.5

2.3
48.8

1.8
50.6

1.6
52.3

1,5
53.8

14.3
14.3

12.5
26.8

5.6
32.5

4.9
37.5

4.0
41.5

2.5
44.0

2.2
46.3

1.9
48.2

1.7
50.0

1.5
51.5

Missouri (427)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

14.6
14.6

13.4
28.0

10.4
38.5

10,3
48.9

5.6
54.5

2.6
57.1

2.3
59.5

1.9
61.4

1.9
63.3

1.6
64.9

13.4
13.4

11.7
25.2

9.1
34.3

10.7
45.0

5.8
50.9

2.6
53.5

2.4
56.0

2.0
58,1

2.0
60.1

1.7
61.9

Montana (103)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

25.1
25.1

11.5
36.7

6.3
43.0

6.0
49.1

4.5
53.6

4.1
57.8

3.2
61.1

1.9
63.0

1.3
64.3

1.2
65.6

23.5
23.5

11.2
34.7

6.4
41.2

6.2
47 .4

4.6
52.1

4.2
56.3

3.2
59.5

1.8
61.4

1.4
62.8

1.2
64.1

Louisiana (283)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Maine (21)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative . , .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Maryland (70)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization .
Cumulative .
Massachusetts (67)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

184




,

79. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

|

5

6

7

8

9

10

December 1985
Nebraska (424)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

14.3
14.3

5.5
28.9

5.1
34.1

1.2
35.3

1,0
36.4

.9
37.3

.9
38.2

.7
39.0

.7
39.8

12.2
12.2

8.3
20.5

5.3
25.9 .

4.9
30.9

1.2
32.2

1.0
33.2

,9
34.2

.9
35.1

.8
35.9

.8
36.8

.......

38.0
38.0

22.0
60.0

16.3
76.4

8.32
84.7

6.0
90.8

2.8
93.6

1.62
95.3

1.5
96.9

.82
97.8

.6
98.4

..

47.9
47.9

.1
48.0

20.1
68.2

11.2
79.4

8.1
87.6

3.7
91.3

2.3
93.6

2.2
95.9

1.1
97.1

.8
97.9

20.7
20.7

20.0
40.7

12.1
52.8

8.7
61.6

6.3
67.9

4.0
71.9

2.62
74.5

2.02
76.6

1.62
78.2

1.4
79.7

20.0
20.0

19.9
39.9

12.1
52.1

8.3
60.4

6.4
66.9

4.2
71.2

2.6
73.8

2.1
75.9

1.7
77.6

1.5
79.1

20.7
20.7

16,5
37,2

7.4
44.6

5.7
50.4

5.02
55.5

3.4
58.9

3.4
62.3

3.0
65,3

2.6
68.0

2.5
70.5

19.3
119.3

15.$
35.2

7.2
42.5

5.8
48.4

5.2
53.6

3.4
57.0

3.5
60.5

3.2
63.8

2.7
66.5

2.6
69.1

25.4
25.4

11.3
36.8

10.3
47.1

9.8
56.9

3,6
60.6

3.1
63.8

2.12
66.0

1.8
67.8

1.6
69.4

1.5
70.9

25.3
25.3

9.3
34.6

10.7
45.4

10.1
55.5

3.8
59.4

3.2
62.6

2.0
64,7

1.8
66.5

1.6
68.2

1.5
69.8

19.2
19.2

11,8
31.1

10.1
41.2

9.9
51.1

9.0
60.2

8.1
68.3

4.3
72.6

3.8
76.5

3.4
80.0

2.1
82.1

17.4
17.4

13.3
30.7

9.7
40.4

11.3
51.8

5.8
57.6

5.3
62.9

4.9
67.8

3.7
71.6

3.7
75.4

2.7
78.1

26.6
26.6

Nevada (16)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

9.0
23.3

23.1
49.8

19.4
69.2

5.9
75.1

5.9
81.0

3.1
84.2

3.1
87.3

2.4
89.8

1.5
91.3

1.3
92.7

19.0
19.0

21.5
40.6

21.0
61.7

7.0
68.8

7.2
76.1

4.0
80.1

3.9
84.1

3.0
87.2

1.9
89.1

1.7
90.9

16.4
16.4

13.5
30.0

6.2
36.3

3.4
39.7

2.7
42.4

2.0
44.5

2.02
46.5

2.0
48.5

1.22
49.8

1.1
51.0

16.1
16.1

13,6
29.8

6.3
36.1

3.4
39.6

2.7
42.3

1.9
44.2

2.0
46.3

1.7
48.1

1.2
49.4

1.1
50.5

15.6
15.6

13.9
29.6

10.7
40.3

9.1
49.5

7.3
56.8

4.5
61.4

4.0
65.5

3.4
69.0

3.2
72.2

2.9
75.2

14.4
14.4

13.3
27.7

" 11.1
38.8

7.8
46.6

7.3
54.0

4.6
58.7

3.9
62.6

3.4
66.0

3.0
69.1

3.2
72.3

11.8
11.8

9.3
21.2

6.2
27.5

2.0
29.5

1.6
31.2

1.2
32.4

1.1
33.6

1.0
34.6

1.0
35.6

.9
36.6

10.6
10.6

8.6
19.3

4.8
24.2

2.1
26.3

1.6
27.9

1.1
29.0

1.2
30.2

1,0
31.2

".9
32.1

.9
33.1

New Hampshire (40)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
New Jersey (89)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
New Mexico (62)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
New York (161)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
North Carolina (63)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

,

North Dakota (138)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . .
Ohio (241)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Oklahoma (495)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




....

185

79. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

December 1985
Oregon (62)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

42.3
42.3

32.5
74.9

5.9
80.8

3.72
84,6

1.7
86.3

1.5
87.9

.9
88,8

.8
89.7

.6
90.4

.6
91.0

39.1
39.1

31.1
70.2

6.6
76.8

4,4
81.3

2.1
83.4

1.8
85.3

1.1
86.5

1.0
87.5

,7
88.3

.7
89.1

21.7
21.7

14.3
36.0

7.8
43.8

4.9
48.8

4.1
53,0

3.9
56.9

3.7
60.6

2,3
63.0

2.0
65.0

1.9
66.9

...

15.8
15.8

12.3
28.1

7.6
35.7

5.2
41.0

4.3
45.4

3.4
48,8

4.3
53.2

2.9
56.1

2.2
58.4

2,3
60.7

...

53.9
53.9

25,7
79.7

7.8
87.6

4.1
91.7

2.4
94.1

1.3
95.5

1.1
96.6

.8
97.4

.62
98.1

.5
98.6

45.8
45.8

28.3
74.1

9.9
84.1

5.3
89.4

3.2
92.6

1.8
94.5

1.4
95.9

1.0
96.9

.8
97.8

.6
98.5

28.1
28.1

19.32
47.4

15.9
63.4

6.9
70.3

4.5
74.9

2.1
77,0

1.6
78.6

1,42
80.1

1.3
81,4

1.2
82,6

26.3
26.3

19,2
45,6

13.6
59.2

8.1
67,3

4.8
72.2

2.3
74.5

1.7
76,2

1.6
77.9

1.4
79.3

1,3
80.6

52.0
52.0

9.3
61.3

8.6
70.0

4,2
74.3

1.8
76.1

1.5
77,7

1.2
78.9

.9
79.9

.9
80.9

.7
81.6

25.3
25.3

16.4
41.7

12.3
54.0

.9
54.9

3.0
58.0

2.8
60.8

2.2
63.0

1.7
64.8

1.6
66,5

1.4
67.9

14.2
14.2

14.1
28.3

13.4
41.8

8.5
50.3

6.4
56.8

3.42
60.2

1,6
61,8

1.2
63.1

l.O 2
64.1

.9
65.0

14.3
14.3

13.2
27.5

12.9
40.4

8.7
49.2

4.4
53.6

3.1
56.8

1.7
58.6

1.4
60.0

1.0
61.1

.9
62.0

Texas (1,275)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

11.3
11,3

10.9
22.3

10.9
33.2

9.0
42.2

7.5
49.8

4.8
54.6

3.3
57.9

1.7
59.6

1.4
61.1

,9
62.1

9.4
9.4

9.2
18,6

10.8
29.5

8.0
37.5

6.8
44.4

4.8
49.2

3.3
52.5

1.8
54.4

1.6
56.0

1.0
57.0

Utah (52)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

27.5
27.5

25.6
53.1

9.5
62.6

7.9
70.6

7.72
78.4

2.7
81.1

2.42
83.5

2.4
86.0

1.2
87.3

.8
88.1

26.6
26.6

24.5
51.1

9.9
61.1

8.4
69.5

8,1
77.7

2.3
80.1

2.7
82.8

2.1 '
84,9

1.3
86,3

.9
87.2

21.2
2L2

16.0
37.2

12.3
49.6

12.3
62.0

10.2
72.2

5.5
77.8

4.3
82.1

2.5
84.7

2.02
86.7

1.8
88.5

21.5
21.5

16.1
37.6

12.4
50.0

11,9
62.0

10.0
72.1

5.5
77.6

4.3
82.0

2,5
84.5

2.0
86.6

1.8
88.5

21.7
21.7

15.8
37.5

11.2
48.7

10.6
59.4

8.2
67.6

7.0
74.7

5.4
80.2

2.5
82.7

.8
83.6

.8
84.4

20.7
20.7

15.1
35.9

9.8
45.7

10.7
56.5

7.8
64.3

8,0
72.3

5.9
78.2

2.7
81.0

.9
82.0

.8
82.8

Pennsylvania (272)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Rhode Island (16)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
South Carolina (74)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

...

South Dakota (118)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Tennessee (245)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

Vermont (20)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative , . .
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Virginia (139)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

186




.,.

. ...

...

79. Percentage of total assets and total deposits held by 10 largest banking organizations
(all commercial banks and trust companies), by state—Continued
Rank, by total assets

State and item1

1

2

3

]

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

December 1985
Washington (92)
Assets
Per organization .
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative

30.6
30.6

23.2
53.9

10.7
64.7

7.9
72.6

5.4
78.1

5.42
83.5

2.3
85.8

2.0
87.8

1,02
88.8

.6
89.4

27.9
27.9

21.9
49.8

11.7
61.5

8.3
69.9

5.8
75.8

6.0
81.8

2.5
84.4

2.1
86.5

1.0
87,5

.6
88.2

7.8
7.8

7.6
15.5

2.9
18.5

2.4
20.9

2.3
23.3

2.3
25.6

2.2
27.9

1.9
29.9

1,7
31.7

1.7
33.4

7.4
7.4

7.4
14,8

3.1
17.9

2.0
20.0

2.2
22.3

2.2
24.6

2.2
26.8

1.8
28.6

1.7
30,4

1.8
32.3

15.2
15.2

12.1
27.3

10.4
37.8

4.8
42.7

3.1
45.8

3.1
48.9

2.5
51.5

1.82
53.3

1.3
54.7

1.0
55.8

14.0
14.0

11.3
25.4

10.1
35.6

5.1
40.7

3.1
43.9

3.0
46.9

2.3
49.3

1.7
51.1

1.4
52.5

1.1
53.7

16.8
16.8

11,5
28.3

11.0
393

3.82
43.2

3.7
47,0

3.7
50.7

3.7
54.4

3.6
58.1

2.3
60.4

2.2
62.6

16.7
16.7

11,1
27.9

10.8
38.7

3.9
42.7

3.7
46.5

3.9
50.4

3.7
54.2

3.6
57.9

2.3
60.2

2.2
62.5

....

3.6
3.6

3.4
7.1

2.1
9.2

1.8
11.0

1.7
12.8

1.7
14.5

1.6
16.1

1.5
17.7

1.3
19.1

1.2
20.3

...

2.3
2.3

3.5
5.9

1.8
7.7

1.9
9.7

1.3
11.0

1.5
12.5

.7
13.3

1.4
14.7

.6
15.4

,8
16.3

...

West Virginia (177)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
Wisconsin (409)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative . ,

.

....

Wyoming (64)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative
United States (11,172)
Assets
Per organization
Cumulative
Deposits
Per organization
Cumulative




187

80. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups
A. Summary total and comparisons
50 states and District of Columbia

Item

Holding company
groups

Insured commercial
banks

Holding company
groups as
percentage
of insured
commercial banks

Type of branching
Statewide

Limited

Unit

December 31, 1985, domestic data only
Banking offices
Total

Banks
Branches

Amounts (millions
of dollars)
Assets

Deposits

47,618
9,256
38,362

58,594
14,367
44,227

81.3

22,800
1,339
21,461

19,062
4,177
14,885

5,756
3,740
2,016

2,151,497
1,595,177

2,365,210
1,786,340

91.0
89.3

1,191,680
855,241

719,875
574,767

453,654
356,332

December 31, 1985, including foreign data
Banking offices
Total

Banks
Branches

49,218
9,256
39,962

59,333
14,367
44,966

83.0

24,181
1,339
22,842

19,141
4,177
14,964

5,8%
3,740
2,156

2,505,130
1,915,096

2,720,992
2,108,184

92.1
90.8

1,429,032
1,063,601

640,379
505,783

435,720
345,711

Amounts (millions
of dollars)

Assets
Deposits

B. Multibank and one-bank classifications — Summary
Amounts
(in millions of dollars)

Number
Classification
Holding company
groups2

Offices
Banks

Branches3

Assets

Deposits

Total

December 31, 1985, domestic data only
Total (6,102
companies) . . . .
Member
Nonmember

5,946

9,256
4,158
5,098

38,362
24,254
14,108

47,618
28,412
19,206

2,151,497
1, .580,985
'570,512

1,595,177
1,120,492
474,685

Multibank .
Member
Nonmember

869

3,981
2,178
1,803

26,506
18,913
7,593

30,487
21,091
9,396

1,683,131
1,343,635
339,496

1,199,968
926,703
273,265

One-bank
Member
Nonmember

5,077

5,275
1,980
3,295

11,856
5,341
6,515

17,131
7,321
9,810

468,365
237,350
231,015

395,208
193,789
201,419

14,367

44,227

58,594

2,365,210

1,786,340

All commercial banks

December 31, 1985, including foreign data
Total (6,102
companies) . . . .
Member
Nonmember

5,946

9,256
4,158
5,098

39,962
25,746
14,216

49,218
29,904
19,314

2,:>05,i30

1,908,871
.'596,259

1,915,096
1,415,336
499,760

Multibank
Member
Nonmember

869

3,981
2,178
1,803

27,634
19,972
7,662

31,615
22,150
9,465

2,026,293
1,1)66,755
359,538

1,508,390
1,216,240
292,150

One-bank
Member
Nonmember

5,0774

5,275
1,980
3,295

12,328
5,774
6,554

17,603
7,754
9,849

478,837
242,116
236,721

406,706
199,096
207,610

14,367

44,966

59,333

2,720,992

2,108,184

All commercial banks

188




80. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state
Number of offices

Assets

Banks and branches
Number
of
holding
companics5

State, and class of bank

Number
of
holding
company
groups2-5

Banks

Branches
Total

As a percentage
of
commercial
banking
offices

In
millions
of
dollars

Deposits

As a percentage
of
commercial
bank
assets

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of
insured
commercial
bank
deposits

December 31, 1985 domestic data only
50 states and District of
Columbia—Total

5,985

Member
Nonmember . ,

14,367

44,227

58,594

81.5

2,365,210

91.3

1,786,340

89.6

6,032
8,335

6,453

28,505
15,722

34,537
24,057

88.4
71.5

1,782,343
582,867

94.5
81.6

1,285,200
501,140

93.4
79.8

Alabama
Member
Nonmember

101

96

240
SO
160

779
475
304

1,019
555
464

81.7
90.5
71.3

25,987
17,405
8,582

85.1
91.7
71.7

20,671
13,193
7,477

83.8
90.8
71.6

Alaska
Member
Nonmember

11

8

15
6
9

142
101
41

157
107
50

63.1
55.1
80.0

4,906
2,489
2,418

74,9
58,4
91,9

3,895
1,891
2,005

75.8
59.4
91.3

30

26

52
24
28

690
433
257

742
457
285

92.6
97.4
84.9

24,522
16,193
8,329

95.9
98.5
90.9

20,865
13,684
7,182

95.7
98.4
90.6

136

128

259
87
172

453
239
214

712
326
386

74.0
84.7
65.0

17,201
9,954
7,247

80.4
89.3
68.3

14,932
8,489
6,443

80.1
88.7
68.7

219

182

460
200
260

4,882
3,204
1,678

5,342
3,404
1,938

81.1
92.9
60.3

241,349
193,542
47,807

94.6
96.7
86.4

193,466
151,744
41,722

93.5
96.5
82.4

177

168

459
308
151

149
97
52

608
405
203

82.2
83.0
80.8

25,255
20,578
4,677

92.8
93.8
88.5

21,007
16,907
4,100

92.4
93.3
88.6

20

18

57
18
39

573
348
225

630
366
264

82.9
91.0
71.6

25,491
15,237
10,253

90.5
95.8
82.5

20,742
12,029
8,713

89.5
95.3
81.5

Delaware
Member
Nonmember

47

26

36
18
18

160
46
114

196
64
132

60.2
95.3
43.2

27,405
17,538
9,866

95.4
93,6
98.8

11,390
6,516
4,874

80.9
97,6
58.6

District of Columbia
Member
Nonmember

20

12

19
18
1

158
156
2

177
174
3

91.0
92.5

12,790
12,699
90

96,5
97.2

10,187
10,103
84

96.0
96.8

Florida
Member
Nonmember

194

163

424
238
186

2,224
1,627
597

2,648
1,865
783

87.8
92.7
76.1

86,869
65,731
21,138

96.6
95.4
100.3

73,366
54,610
18,757

94.4
95.4
91.3

Georgia
Member
Nonmember

153

143

373
69
304

1,190
779
411

1,563
848
715

84.3
97.1
69.1

46,165
33,925
12,240

91.6
98.6
72.4

34,373
23,552
10,820

90.1
98.2
72.6

Hawaii
Member
Nonmember

8

7

22
3
19

248
11
237

270
14
256

73.7

89.7
91.6

7,959
175
7,784

91.4

77.7

9,207
194
9,013

Idaho
Member
Nonmember

12

12

26
10
16

273
205
68

299
215
84

84.6
87.4
77.4

7,210
5,940
1,270

91.1
93.1
82.1

5,966
4,844
1,123

90.6
92.7
81.9

Illinois
Member
Nonmember

559

525

1,235
467
768

778
378
400

2,013
845
1,168

69.8
71.5
68.6

138,152
99,984
38,168

87.9
92.4
76.1

102,923
69,178
33,745

85.4
90.4
75.2

Indiana
Member
Nonmember

217

213

371
151
220

1,312
713
599

1,683
864
819

79.0
85.0
72.8

45,451
29,215
16,237

85.9
91.0
76.9

38,151
23,793
14,358

85.2
90.3
76.8

Arizona . . , . ,
Member
Nonmember

....

Arkansas
Member
Nonmember
California . . .
Member
Nonmember
Colorado
Member
Nonmember

t

....

Connecticut
Member
Nonmember




....

....

93.5

189

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C. Details, by state—Continued
Assets

Number of offices
Banks and branches

Deposits

As a percentage
of
commercial
bank
assets

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of
insured
commercial
bank
deposits

28,994
13,121
15,872

81.9
IS2.5
HI .5

24,864
10,738
14,127

82.5
83.6
81.7

76.9
82.8
73.9

23,819
11,091
12,727

H3.4
«9.4
78.2

20,658
9,347
11,311

83.1
89.0
78.3

1,134
452
682

76.2
89.8
67.2

29,764
16,447
13,317

U3.1
94.5
<>9.1

23,884
12,536
11,348

81.9
93.8
68.6

961
392
569

1,261
469
792

75.6
86.4
69.2

36,762
20,096
16,666

«2.9
92.1
71.8

31,335
16,577
14,757

82.2
91,6
71.7

25
10
15

373
215
158

398
225
173

102.0
100.0
104.6

5,194
3,024
2,170

U6.86
100.0
140.3

4,368
2,539
1,830

117. 1«
100.0
140.8

22

90
30
60

1,151
729
422

1,241
759
482

87.6
93.5
78,2

32,189
20,086
12,103

91.4
95.5
84.6

24,558
14,643
9,914

89.7
94.4
82.8

47

43

115
60
55

1,087
570
517

1,202
630
572

89,8
93,3
85,8

60,146
39,975
20,172

95.8
98.4
90.5

45,637
28,581
17,056

95.1
98.1
90.0

Michigan
Member
Nonmember

63

58

358
200
158

2,187
1,568
619

2,545
1,768
777

84.0
88.1
74.5

70,480
56,589
13,891

(19.6
93.1
75.1

57,764
45,263
12,501

88.3
92.2
74.0

Minnesota
Member
Nonmember

411

400

735
246
489

384
193
191

1,119
439
680

80.4
88.8
75.0

49,363
36,413
12,950

91.9
96.6
78.7

36,771
25,315
11,456

90.5
95.7
79.1

Mississippi
Member
Nonmember

75

75

146
36
110

769
339
430

915
375
540

69.3
83.2
59.6

17,048
8,685
8,363

76.4
89.4
63.0

14,377
6,978
7,398

75.5
88.4
63.4

271

247

673
163
510

659
260
399

1,332
423
909

81.2
89.1
77.4

48,544
27,548
20,996

50.3
95,8
83.1

39,565
21,009
18,556

89.6
95.3
83.1

Montana
Member
Nonmember

74

66

170
96
74

33
23
10

203
119
84

80.3
78.2
83.3

7,187
4,986
2,201

88.8
89,0
88.6

6,139
4,186
1,953

88.4
88.3
88.5

Nebraska
Member
Nonmember

314

293

453
129
324

216
117
99

669
246
423

75.2
84.6
69.7

16,197
9,836
6,361

85.9
92,6
75.4

13,750
8,088
5,663

85.5
92.1
76.0

Nevada .
Member
Nonmember

7

6

17
7
10

203
143
60

220
150
70

81.4
97.3
47,1

7,567
6,504
1,063

$0.2
98.6
38.3

4,829
3,910
919

86.8
98.2
38.2

New Hampshire
Member
Nonmemher

22

21

61
27
34

218
107
111

279
134
145

90.3
88.8
91,7

6,517
3,348
3,168

113.26
93.0
134.56

5,673
2,862
2,811

109.46
92.6
126.56

45

43

126
81
45

1,800
1,495
305

1,926
1,576
350

84.1
88.8
62.9

59,301
50,245
9,056

88.0
91.3
69.3

50,004
41,990
8,015

87.6
91.0
69.7

Number
of
holding
com- 5
panies

Number
of
holding
company
groups2-5

Iowa . . .
Member
Nonmember

362

346

622
147
475

610
210
400

1,232
357
875

81.7
86.3
79.9

Kansas
Member
Nonmember

446

425

623
187
436

234
103
131

857
290
567

Kentucky
Member
Nonmember

182

176

333
85
248

801
367
434

Louisiana
Member
Nonmember

167

163

300
77
223

Maine
Member
Nonmember

21

14

Maryland . . .
Member
Nonmember

33

Massachusetts
Member
Nonmember

State, and class of bank

Banks

Branches

Total

As a percentage
of
commercial
banking
offices

In
millions
of
dollars

December 31, 1985, domestic data only

Missouri ,
Member
Nonmember

New Jersey
Member
Nonmember

190




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80. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Number of offices
Number
of
holding
companics5

State, arid class of bank

Nunnber
cf
holeling ,
Banks
com pany
25
grou ps -

Assets

Banks and branches

Branches

Total

As a percentage
of
commercial
banking
offices

In
millions
of
dollars

Deposits

As a percentage
of
commercial
bank
assets

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of
insured
commercial
bank
deposits

90.4
91.2
88.9

8,092
5,182
2,910

90.2
90.9
89.0

December 31, 1985 domestic data only
46

New Mexico
Member .
Nonmember
New York .
Member
Nonmember

134

.

:J9

96
51
45

293
150
143

389
201
188

88.2
88.1
88.3

9,376
6,131
3,245

J58

194
140
54

3,402
3,070
332

3,596
3,210
386

94.1
94.1
93.5

388,990
365,663
23,326

98.9
98.5
104.46

229,914
214,157
15,758

97.9
97.9
98.6

63
17
46

1,864
1,049
815

1,927
1,066
861

92.0
97.5
85.1

46,634
36,272
10,362

95.4
99.0
83.0

32,642
23,660
8,982

94.2
98.7
82.5

21

:20

98

<»5

179
47
132

131
50
81

310
97
213

78.7
83.5
76.5

6,859
3,304
3,555

83.5
86.0
81.1

6,005
2,862
3,143

83.6
86.3
81.1

72

72

320
213
107

2,571
2,225
346

2,891
2,438
453

79.9
86.1
46.6

80,954
74,073
6,881

87.6
90.4
57.4

63,247
57,147
6,100

86,0
89.1
57.4

353

3;12

534
253
281

260
124
136

794
377
417

72.9
70.8
74.8

31,950
21,444
10,506

84.7
85.8
82,5

27,287
17,815
9,472

84.1
84.9
82.7

22

19

67
21
46

634
391
243

701
412
289

82.5
93.9
66.1

17,628
13,690
3,938

92.0
97.9
71.5

13,104
9,622
3,482

90.2
97.4
70.3

112

1()2

312
200
112

2,808
1,739
1,069

3,120
1,939
1,181

83,7
84.8
81.9

127,388
92,286
35,102

91.8
93.2
88.4

92,760
63,170
29,589

90,0
91.2
87.4

Rhode Island
Member . ,
Nonmember

16

12

16
6
10

215
125
90

231
131
100

90.5
98.5
80.0

9,577
8,525
1,052

98.8
99.8
91.3

6,502
5,578
924

98.6
99.7
91.8

South Carolina
Member
Nonmember

27

:16

74
25
49

792
373
419

866
398
468

69.6
89.2
53.0

14,716
8,417
6,299

72.3
93.8
43.5

11,587
6,514
5,073

73.3
93.0
47.9

South Dakota
Member . .
Nonmember

68

(56

138
50
88

177
120
57

315
170
145

76.5
88.2
62.8

16,047
14,135
1,912

93.4
96.9
67.0

8,121
6,430
1,691

88.4
93.9
67.4

Tennessee .
Member . .

143

1 39

289
68
221

1,081
551
530

1,370
619
751

79.9
94.5
67.8

35,636
22,973
12,663

87.3
96.9
69.8

29,334
18,076
11,258

86,2
96,5
69.7

Texas
Member . . .
Nonmember

671

6()2

1,936
1,128
808

391
108
283

2,327
1,236
1,091

69.2
64.6
74.4

199,296
141,079
58,217

88.0
89.7
84.0

155,986
104,974
51,012

86.4
87.7
83.7

Utah
:.
Member
Nonmember

26

24
..
..

57
21
36

372
272
100

429
293
136

80.0
91.5
55.1

10,117
8,009
2,107

88.0
94.4
63.7

8,251
6,458
1,793

88.2
94.7
64.9

Vermont
Member . .'.
Nonmember

16

15

25
12
13

189
78
111

214
90
124

99.1
90.0
105. 66

4,001
1,459
2,542

106.46
93.3
114.0

3,607
1,307
2,300

106.36
93.2
113.7

Virginia
Member
Nonmember

38

:J4

169
126
43

1,575
1,391
184

1,744
1,517
227

83.4
88.6
48.9

43,422
38,880
4,542

88.7
92.3
57.7

34,757
30,758
4,000

87.3
9L3
56.6

North Carolina
Member
North Dakota
Member .
Nonmember
Ohio
Member .
Nonmember

.....
.....

Oklahoma
Member
Nonmember

.....

Oregon
Member
Nonmember . .

.....

Pennsylvania
Member . .
Nonmember




„ . ..

.„

i

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C. Details, by state—Continued
Number of offices

Assets

Deposits

Banks and branches
Number
of
holding
companies5

State, and class of bank

Number
of
holding
company
groups2*5

Banks

Branches
Total

As a percentage
of
commercial
banking
offices

In
millions
of
dollars

Aj; a percentage
of
commercial
bank
assets

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of
insured
commercial
bank
deposits

December 31, 1985, domestic data only
Washington
Member
Nonmember .

36

35

98
27
71

912
672
240

1,010
699
311

78,2
95.9
38.6

29,889
25,683
4,205

91.0
98.1
48.1

23,850
20,162
3,688

90.0
97.8
47.2

57

56

217
124
93

198
132
66

415
256
159

52.0
58.2
42.1

13,937
9,618
4,319

64.6
69.7
53.2

11,936
8,130
3,806

63.6
68,4
53,3

220

205

574
141
433

661
241
420

1,235
382
853

73.7
83.2
69.4

37,222
18,437
18,786

81.1
88.8
73.6

31,239
14,686
16,553

80.2
87.6
73.7

42

.

41

114
84
30

4
1
3

118
85
33

81.4
80.0
84.8

4,544
3,646
898

86.5
86.2
87.4

4,049
3,244
805

86.6
86.3
87.8

....

West Virginia
Member
Nonmember .
Wisconsin
Member
Nonmember
Wyoming
Member
Nonmember .

December 31, 1985, including foreign data
50 states and District of
Columbia—Total

5,985

Member
Nonmember

14,367

44,966

59,333

83.1

2,720,992

92.4

2,108,184

91.1

6,032
8,335

6,453

29,593
15,373

35,625
23,708

88.9
74.5

2,126,447
594,545

95.4
81.8

1,594,514
513,669

94.7
80.1

26,128
17,546
8,582

85.2
91.7
71.7

20,818
13,341
7,477

84.0
90.9
71.6

101

96

240
80
160

782
478
304

1,022
558
464

81.6
90.1
71.3

Alaska
Member . . . .
Nonmember

11

8

15
6
9

142
102
40

157
108
49

64.3
56.5
81.6

4,910
2,492
2,418

75.0
58.5
91.9

3,896
1,892
2,005

75.8
59.4
91.3

Arizona
Member
Nonmember .

30

26

52
24
28

694
436
258

746
460
286

92.4
97.0
85.0

24,556
16,227
8,329

95.9
98.5
90.9

20,889
13,708
7,182

95.7
98.4
90.6

Arkansas
Member . . . .
Nonmember

136

128

259
87
172

454
240
214

713
327
386

74.1
84.7
65.0

17,205
9,958
7,247

80.4
89.3
68.3

14,935
8,491
6,443

80.1
88.7
68.7

219

182

460
200
260

4,727
3,359
1,368

5,187
3,559
1,628

88.0
93.2
76.6

292,916
242,865
50,052

95.3
97.3
85.3

239,006
195,487
43,518

94.5
97.3
81.9

177

168

459
308
151

150
99
51

609
407
202

82.1
82.6
81.2

25,531
20,853
4,677

92.9
93.9
88.5

21,251
17,151
4,100

92.5
93.4
88.6

Connecticut
Member . . . .
Nonmember

20

18

57
18
39

580
353
227

637
371
266

82.1
90.0
71.1

26,022
15,745
10,277

90.7
95.9
82.6

21 ,277
12,540
8,737

89.8
95.4
81.6

Delaware
Member
..
Nonmember

47

26

36
18
18

165
49
116

201
67
134

152.2
97.0
179.9

28,045
18,178
9,868

95.5
93.8
98.8

12,566
7,692
4,874

82.7
98.0
58.6

20

12

19
18
1

165
163
2

184
181
3

89.7
91.2

15,101
15,011
90

97.0
97.6

12,222
12,138
84

96.7
97.4

194

163

424
238
186

2,237
1,639
598

2,661
1,877
784

88.1
92.9
76.7

87,991
66,819
21,172

96.7
95.5
100.3

74,236
55,434
18,802

94.4
95.5
91.3

Alabama
Member . . . .
Nonmember

California
Member . . .
Nonmember

.

.

....

....

Colorado
Member
Nonmember

District of Columbia ,
Member
Nonmember
.
Florida
Member . . .
Nonmember

.

192



...
...

°

80. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Number of offices

Assets

Deposits

Banks and branches
As a percentage
of
commercial
bank
assets

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of
insured
commercial
bank
deposits

47,169
34,929
12,240

91.8
98.6
72,4

35,319
24,499
10,820

90.4
98.3
72.6

9,961
194
9,767

90.5
92.3

8,674
175
8,499

92.1

79.7

Number
of
holding
com- 5
panies

Number
of
holding
company
groups2-5

Georgia
Member
Nonmember . .

153

143

373
69
304

1,197
786
411

1,570
855
715

84.2
96.8
69.1

Hawaii
Member
Nonmember . ,

8

7

22
3
19

258
11
247

280
14
266

75.7

State, and class of bank

Banks

Branches
Total

As a percentage
of
commercial
banking
offices

In
millions
of
dollars

December 31, 1985, including foreign data

94.6

12

12

26
10
16

273
205
68

299
215
84

84.6
87.4
77.4

7,210
5,940
1,270

91.1
93.1
82.1

5,966
4,844
1,123

90.6
92.7
81.9

559

525

1,235
467
768

846
451
395

2,081
918
1,163

73.0
73.4
72.7

163,586
125,198
38,388

89.8
94.0
76.0

127,098
93,131
33,966

88.1
92.9
75.1

Indiana
Member
Nonmember

217

213

371
151
220

1,316
718
598

1,687
869
818

79.2
85.0
73.0

45,780
29,543
16,237

86.0
91.1
76.9

38,463
24,105
14,358

85.3
90.4
76.8

Iowa
Member
Nonmember

362

346

622
147
475

611
211
400

1,233
358
875

81.8
86.3
79.9

29,008
13,136
15,872

82.0
82.5
81.5

24,880
10,754
14,127

82.6
83.6
81.7

Kansas
....
Member
Nonmember

446

425

623
187
436

234
103
131

857
290
567

76.9
82.8
73.9

23,819
11,091
12,727

83.4
89.4
78.2

20,658
9,347
11,311

83.1
89.0
78.3

Kentucky
Member
Nonmember

182

176

333
85
248

803
369
434

1,136
454
682

76.1
89.4
67.2

30,083
16,767
13,317

83.3
94.6
69.1

24,191
12,843
11,348

82.1
94.0
68,6

Louisiana
Member
Nonmember

167

163

300
77
223

964
395
569

1,264
472
792

75.4
85.8
69.2

36,793
20,127
16,666

82.9
92.1
71.8

31,355
16,598
14,757

82.2
91.6
71.7

Maine
Member
Nonmember

21

14

25
10
15

373
215
158

398
225
173

102.0
100.0
104.6

5,194
3,024
2,170

116.86
100.0
140.3

4,368
2,539
1,830

117.16
100.0
140.8

Maryland

33

22

90
30
60

1,158
736
422

1,248
766
482

87.4
93.1
78.4

33,299
21,196
12,103

91.6
95.7
84.6

25,610
15,695
9,914

90.1
94.7
82.8

Massachusetts
Member
Nonmember

47

43

115
60
55

1,154
637
517

1,269
697
572

90.5
94.4
85.8

69,104
48,752
20,352

96,3
98.7
90.6

53,404
36,170
17,235

95.8
98.5
90.1

Michigan
Member
Nonmember

63

58

358
200
158

2,200
1,582
618

2,558
1,782
776

84.1
87.8
75.4

72,739
58,848
13,891

89.9
93.4
75.1

60,069
47,568
12,501

88.7
92.6
74.0

411

400

735
246
489

392
202
190

1,127
448
679

80.3
88.2
75.1

51,946
38,9%
12,950

92.3
96.8
78.7

39,236
27,780
11,456

91,1
96.1
79.1

75

75

146
36
110

770
340
430

916
376
540

69.3
83.2
59.6

17,068
8,705
8,363

76.4
89,4
63.0

14,391
6,993
7,398

75.5
88.4
63.4

271

247

673
163
510

664
265
399

1,337
428
909

80.9
88.3
77.4

49,058
28,062
20,9%

90.4
95.9
83,1

40,244
21,688
18,556

89.7
95.4
83.1

Idaho
Member
Nonmember
Illinois
Member
Nonmember

,.
.

Nonmember

Minnesota . . . . *
Member
Nonmember
Mississippi
Member
Nonmember
Missouri
,,.
Member
Nonmember




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C. Details, by state—Continued
Assets

Number of offices
Number
of
holding
companies5

State, and class of bank

Number
of
holding
company
groups2*5

Banks and branches

Banks

Branches

Total

As a percentage
of
commercial
banking
offices

In
millions
of
dollars

Deposits

As a percentage
of
commercial
bank
assets

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of
insured
commercial
bank
deposits

December 31, 1985, including foreign data
74

66

170
96
74

33
23
10

203
119
84

80.3
78.2
83.3

7,187
4,986
2,201

88.8
89.0
88.6

6,139
4,186
1,953

88.4
88,3
88.5

Nebraska
Member
Nbnmember

314

293

453
129
324

215
116
99

668
245
423

75.3
84.9
69.7

16,197
9,836
6,361

85.9
92.6
75.4

13,750
8,088
5,663

85.5
92.1
76.0

Nevada
Member
Nonmember

7

6

17
7
10

203
143
60

220
150
70

81.4
97.3
47.1

7,567
6,504
1,063

90.2
98.6
38.3

4,829
3,910
919

86.8
98.2
38.2

New Hampshire
Member
Nonmember

22

21

61
27
34

217
107
110

278
134
144

90,6
88.8
92.4

6,517
3,348
3,168

113,2s
93.0
134.5

5,673
2,862
2,811

109.4*
92.6
126.5

New Jersey
Member
Nonmember

45

43

126
81
45

1,809
1,504
305

1,935
1,585
350

83.7
88.3
62.9

59,599
50,543
9,056

88.0
91.4
69.3

50,307
42,292
8,015

87.7
91.1
69,7

New Mexico
Member
Nonmember

46

39

96
51
45

293
150
143

389
201
188

88.2
88.1
88.3

9,376
6,131
3,245

90.4
91.2
88.9

8,092
5,182
2,910

90.2
90.9
89.0

New York
Member
Nonmember

134

88

194
140
54

3,966
3,628
338

4,160
3,768
392

100.9
98.6
123.0

621,782
590,246
31,536

99.1
98.9
102.96

435,145
410,220
24,925

98.7
98.7
98.6

North Carolina
Member
Nonmember

21

20

63
17
46

1,875
1,060
815

1,938
1,077
861

91.8
97.1
85.1

48,670
38,308
10,362

95.6
99.0
83.0

34,746
25,764
8,982

94.6
98.8
82,5

North Dakota
Member
Nonmember

98

95

179
47
132

131
50
81

310
97
213

78.7
83.5
76.5

6,859
3,304
3,555

83.5
86.0
81.1

6,005
2,862
3,143

83.6
863
81.1

72

72

320
213
107

2,587
2,241
346

2,907
2,454
453

79.7
85.8
46.6

81,765
74,884
6,881

87.7
90.5
57.4

64,064
57,964
6,100

86.2
89.3
57.4

Oklahoma
Member
Nonmember

353

322

534
253
281

261
128
133

795
381
414

72.8
70.1
75.4

31,970
21,464
10,506

84.7
85.8
82.5

27,430
17,958
9,472

84.2
85.0
82.7

Oregon
Member
Nonmember

22

19

67
21
46

638
395
243

705
416
289

82.3
93.5
66.1

17,684
13,747
3,938

92.0
97.9
71.5

13,160
9,679
3,482

90.2
97.4
70.3

112

102

312
200
112

2,813
1,773
1,040

3,125
1,973
1,152

84.7
84.7
84.7

134,109
99,007
35,102

92.2
93.6
88.4

98,953
69,364
29,589

90.6
92.0
87.4

16

12

16
6
10

208
129
79

224
135
89

94.2
97.0
89.9

10,155
9,103
1,052

98.9
99.8
91.3

7,497
6,574
924

98,8
99.7
91.8

27

26

74
25
49

795
376
419

869
401
468

69.4
88.5
53.0

14,721
8,417
6,305

72.2
93.8
43.5

11,707
6,514
5,193

72.5
93.0
46.8

68

66

138
50
88

177
120
57

315
170
145

76.5
88.2
62.8

16,047
14,135
1,912

93.4
96.9
67.0

8,121
6,430
1,691

88.4
93.9
67.4

Montana
Member
Nonmember

..

...

Ohio .
Member
Nonmember

...

Pennsylvania . . . . . . . . .
Member
Nonmember
Rhode Island
Member
Nonmember

,

South Carolina
Member
Nonmember
South Dakota
Member
Nonmember

194



....
....

80, Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
C. Details, by state—Continued
Ass»ets

Number of offices

Deposits

Banks and branches
Number
of
holding
companies5

State, and class of bank

Number
of
holding
company
groups2-5

Banks

Branches
Total

As a percentage
of
commercial
banking
offices

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of
commercial
bank
assets

In
millions
of
dollars

As a percentage
of
insured
commercial
bank
deposits

December 31, 1985, including foreign data

143

139

289
68
221

1,085
557
528

1,374
625
749

79.7
93.8
68.0

35,968
23,305
12,663

87.4
96.9
69.8

29,533
18,275
11,258

86.3
96.5
69,7

671

602

1,936
1,128
808

415
136
279

2,351
1,264
1,087

69.5
64.6
75.3

209,056
150,834
58,222

88.6
90.4
84.0

168,292
117,017
51,275

87.4
89.0
83.8

26

24

57
21
36

372
272
100

429
293
136

80.0
91.5
55.1

10,233
8,126
2,107

88.2
94.5
63.7

8,368
6,575
1,793

88,4
94.7
64.9

Vermont
Member
Nonmember

16

15

25
12
13

189
78
111

214
90
124

99.1
90.0
105.6

4,001
1,459
2,542

106.46
93.3
114.0

3,607
1,307
2,300

106.36
93.2
113.7

Virginia
Member
Nonmember

38

34

169
126
43

1,581
1,397
184

1,750
1,523
227

83.3
88.4
48.9

43,710
39,168
4,542

88.8
92.4
57.7

35,041
31,041
4,000

87.4
91.4
56.6

36

35

98
27
71

927
687
240

1,025
714
311

78.5
95.8
38.9

31,447
27,241
4,205

91.5
98.2
48.1

25,104
21,416
3,688

90.5
98.0
47.2

57

56

217
124
93

198
132
66

415
256
159

52.0
58.2
42.1

13,937
9,618
4,319

64.6
69.7
53.2

11,936
8,130
3,806

63.6
68.4
53.3

220

205

574
141
433

666
246
420

1,240
387
853

73.5
82.7
69.4

37,670
18,885
18,786

81.4
89.1
73.6

31,614
15,060
16,553

80.4
87.9
73.7

42

41

114
84
30

3
1
2

117
85
32

82.1
80.0
87.5

4,544
3,646
898

86.5
86.2
87.4

4,049
3,244
805

86.6
86.3
87.8

Tennessee
Member
Nonmember
Texas
Member
Nonmember

...
*

Utah
Member
....
Nonmember

Washington
Member
Nonmember

...

...

...
...

West Virginia . . . . .
Member .
Nonmember
Wisconsin
Member
Nonmember . . . .
Wyoming
Member
Nonmember




...

195

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D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state
Number of offices

*s
Type

State, and type of
holding company

^

Banks

Branches

Amounts (millions of dollars)

Insured commercial banks

Holding companies

Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Assets
Holding
companies

Deposits

All commercial
banks

Holding
companies

Insured
commercial
banks

December 31, 1985, domestic data only
50 states and
District of
ColumbiaTotal

6,413

9,256

38,362

47,618

Multibank
One-bank

1,143
5,270

4,158
5,098

24,254
14,108

28,412
19,206

14,367

44,227

58,594

2,151,495 2,365,210 1,595,177 1,786,340
1,580,982
570,513

1,120,494
474,683

Alabama
Multibank
One-bank

L

101
13
88

137
51
86

696
560
136

833
611
222

240

779

1,019

22,109
17,882
4,227

25,987

17,332
13,603
3,729

20,671

Alaska
Multibank
One-bank

S

11
5
6

10
5
5

89
14
75

99
19
80

15

142

157

3,678
1,166
2,512

4,906

2,953
946
2,007

3,895

Arizona
Multibank
One-bank

S

30
1
29

26
1
25

661
181
480

687
182
505

52

690

742

23,517
6,083
17,434

24,522

19,964
5,112
14,852

20,865

Arkansas
Multibank
One-bank

L

136
21
115

160
49
111

367
162
205

527
211
316

259

453

712

13,834
6,519
7,315

17,201

11,956
5,419
6,537

14,932

California
Multibank
One-bank

S

213
30
183

201
46
155

4,105
2,447
1,658

4,306
2,493
1,813

460

4,882

5,342

227,671
147,176
80,495

241,349

180,500
113,690
66,810

193,466.

Colorado
Multibank
One-bank . .

U

176
42
134

364
230
134

135
102
33

499
332
167

459

149

608

23,424
19,150
4,274

25,255

19,390
15,564
3,826

21,007

Connecticut
Multibank
One-bank

S

18
8
10

22
12
10

497
430
67

519
442
77

57

573

630

22,781
19,800
2,981

25,491

18,325
15,809
2,516

20,742

Delaware
Multibank
One-bank

S

41
34
7

26
21
5

80
44
36

106
65
41

36

160

196

25,244
22,301
2,943

27,405

8,524
6,827
1,697

11,390

S

20
8
12

12
2
10

149
41
108

161
43
118

19

158

177

12,338
2,310
10,028

12,790

9,784
1,836
7,948

10,187

Florida
Multibank
One-bank

S

193
62
131

292
184
108

2,031
1,609
422

2,323
1,793
530

424

2,224

2,648

83,930
67,441
16,489

86,869

69,243
55,016
14,227

73,366

Georgia
Multibank
One-bank

L

152
37
115

222
111
111

1,094
859
235

1,316
970
346

373

1,190

1,563

42,248
35,405
6,843

46,165

30,940
25,084
5,856

34,373

Hawaii
Multibank
One-bank

S

6
2
4

7
1
6

111
15
162

184
16
168

22

248

270

8,204
527
7,677

9,207

7,228
483
6,745

7,959

Idaho
Multibank
One-bank

S

12
4
8

13
5
8

240
206
34

253
211
42

26

273

299

6,571
5,991
580

7,210

5,407
4,884
523

5,965

Illinois
Multibank
One-bank

U

559
133
426

789
373
416

616
332
284

1,405
705
700

1,235

778

2,013

121,480
93,121
28,359

138,152

87,902
63,292
24,610

102,923

Indiana
Multibank
One-bank

L

217
12
205

232
29
203

1,098
265
833

1,330
294
1,036

371

1,312

1,683

39,06(1
12,103
26,957

45,451

32,506
9,432
23,074

38,151

District of
Columbia . . . .
Multibank
One-bank , .

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80. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
Number of offices
Type
State, and type of
holding company

Number

*j& £K

Holding companies

Amounts (millions of dollars)

Insured commercial banks

Assets

Deposits

Holding
companies

All commercial
banks

Holding
companies

Insured
commercial
banks

1,232

23,760
11,874
11,886

28,994

20,524
10,048
10,476

24,864

234

857

19,868
5,439
14,429

23,819

17,171
4,432
12,739

20,658

333

801

1,134

24,739
14,306
10,433

29,764

19,551
10,648
8,903

23,884

953
332
621

300

961

1,261

30,470
16,103
14,367

36,762

25,765
13,117
12,648

31,335

361
330
31

378
340
38

25

373

398

4,985
4,431
554

5,194

4,181
3,688
493

4,368

44
27
17

1,043
387
656

1,087
414
673

90

1,151

1,241

29,408
11,007
18,401

32,189

22,025
8,254
13,771

24,558

40
12
28

82
57
25

989
840
149

1,071
897
174

115

1,087

1,202

54,099
43,738
10,361

60,146

40,373
32,704
7,669

45,637

L

63
25
38

235
198
37

1,902
1,759
143

2,137
1,957
180

358

2,187

2,545

63,119
59,877
3,242

70,480

50,998
48,082
2,916

57,764

Minnesota
Multibank
One-bank

L

411
46
365

555
195
360

345
190
155

900
385
515

735

384

1,119

45,354
34,743
10,611

49,363

33,287
23,833
9,454

36,771

Mississippi
Multibank
One-bank

L

75

74

560

634

146

769

915

13,027

17,048

10,857

14,377

75

74

560

634

Missouri . . . .
Multibank
One-bank

U

270
65
205

496
295
201

584
431
153

1,080
726
354

673

659

1,332

43,590
35,574
8,016

48,544

35,206
28,060
7,146

39,565

Montana
Multibank
One-bank . . .

U

74
22
52

132
81
51

31
28
3

163
109
54

170

33

203

6,385
4,911
1,474

7,187

5,425
4,116
1,309

6,139

Nebraska
Multibank
One-bank

L

310
33
277

319
45
274

180
85
95

499
130
369

453

216

669

13,884
6,495
7,389

16,197

11,732
5,113
6,619

13,750

Nevada . . .
Multibank
One-bank

S

7
4
3

8
5
3

171
96
75

179
101
78

17

203

220

6,823
4,888
1,935

7,567

4,190
2,616
1,574

4,829

New Hampshire . . . .
Multibank
One-bank . . .

S

20
8
12

42
29
13

207
169
38

249
198
51

61

218

279

7,334
5,734
1,600

6,517

6,170
4,831
1,339

5,673

New Jersey
Multibank
One-bank

S

43
11
32

78
48
30

1,539
1,120
419

1,617
1,168
449

126

1,800

1,926

52,118
39,032
13,086

59,301

43,753
32,309
11,444

50,004

m

S

groups*

Banks

Branches

Total

Iowa
Multibank
One-bank

L

362
45
317

469
159
310

538
278
260

1,007
437
570

622

610

Kansas
Multibank .
One-bank

U

446
34
412

451
49
402

208
46
162

659
95
564

623

Kentucky
Multibank
One-bank

L

182
27
155

211
57
154

653
301
352

864
358
506

Louisiana
Multibank . . . .
One-bank

L

167
12
155

182
29
153

771
303
468

Maine
Multibank
One-bank . .

S

20
13
7

17
10
7

Maryland
Multibank
One-bank

S

33
15
18

Massachusetts
Multibank
One-bank . . ,

S

Michigan
Multibank
One-bank

Banks

Branches

Total

December 31, 1985, domestic data only




10,857

13,027

197

80. 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

Type
of
branching7

Number
of
holding

Holding companies

Banks

Branches

Total

Amounts (millions of dollars)

Insured commercial banks

Banks

Branches

Total

Asi,ets

Deposits

Holding
companies

All commercial
banks

Holding
companies

Insured
commercial
banks

December 31, 1985, domestic data only
New Mexico
Multibank . .
One-bank

L

46
12
34

72
42
30

271
166
105

343
208
135

96

293

389

8,478
5,190
3,288

9,376

7,299
4,560
2,739

8,092

New York
Multibank
One-bank

S

132
52
80

130
78
52

3,251
2,726
525

3,381
2,804
577

194

3,402

3,596

383,005
342,045
40,960

388,990

225,100
196,411
28,688

229,914

North Carolina
Multibank
One-bank

S

21
4
17

23
6
17

1,749
801
948

1,772
807
965

63

1,864

1,927

44,503
32,328
12,175

46,634

30,758
20,161
10,597

32,642

North Dakota
Multibank
One-bank

U

98
11
87

135
50
85

109
48
61

244
98
146

179

131

310

5,724
3,123
2,601

6,859

5,018
2,726
2,292

6,005

Ohio
. ......
Multibank
One-bank

L

72
18
54

152
98
54

2,157
1,604
553

2,309
1,702
607

320

2,571

2,891

70,893
51,850
19,043

S0,954

54,422
39,848
14,573

63,247

Oklahoma
Multibank
One-bank

L

353
38
315

362
64
298

217
54
163

579
118
461

534

260

794

27,074
13,212
13,862

;U,950

22,954
10,450
12,504

27,287

Oregon
Multibank
One-bank

S

22
7
15

25
11
14

553
439
114

578
450
128

67

634

701

16,218
14,272
1,946

17,628

11,821
10,133
1,688

13,104

Pennsylvania
Multibank
One-bank

L

111
30
81

145
65
80

2,466
1,604
862

2,611
1,669
942

312

2,808

3,120

116,986
86,547
30,439

27,388

83,453
58,798
24,655

92,760

Rhode Island
Multibank
One-bank

S

16
7
9

13
5
8

196
106
90

209
111
98

16

215

231

9,464
8,400
1,064

9,577

6,409
5,470
940

6,502

South Carolina
Multibank
One-bank

S

27
2
25

26
2
24

577
81
496

603
83
520

74

792

866

10,635
669
9,966

4,716

8,488
565
7,924

11,587

South Dakota
Multibank
One-bank

S

67
18
49

84
36
48

155
106
49

239
142
97

138

177

315

14,950
13,320
1,630

16,047

7,153
5,702
1,451

8,121

Tennessee
Multibank
One-bank

L

143
20
123

182
60
122

912
429
483

1,094
489
605

289

1,081

1,370

31,100
16,637
14,463

35,636

25,295
13,721
11,573

29,334

Texas
Multibank
One-bank

U

671
181
490

1,280
820
460

330
245
85

1,610
1,065
545

1,936

391

2,327

175,433
149,740
25,693

199,296

134,792
111,907
22,885

155,986

Utah
Multibank
One-bank

S

25
5
20

28
10
18

314
225
89

342
235
107

57

372

429

8,869
7,174
1,695

10,117

7,247
5,769
1,478

8,251

Vermont
Multibank
One-bank

S

16
4
12

20
9
11

192
74
118

212
83
129

25

189

214

4,257
1,534
2,723

4,001

3,833
1,389
2,444

3,607

Virginia . ,
Multibank
One-bank

S

38
14
24

66
42
24

1,389
852
537

1,455
894
561

169

1,575

1,744

38,507
23,044
15,463

43,422

30,348
18,251
12,097

34,757

198




80. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
Number of offices
Type
State, and type of
holding company

**
m 7
*

N b

- -

Holding companies

££,
groups* Banks

Branches

Amounts (millions of dollars)

Insured commercial banks

Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Assets

Deposits

Holding
companies

All commercial
banks

Holding
companies

Insured
commercial
banks

December 31, 1985, domestic data only
Washington
Multibank
One-bank

S

36
10
26

44
18
26

746
584
162

790
602
188

98

912

1,010

27,212
23,430
3,782

29,889

21,469
18,231
3,238

23,850

West Virginia
Multibank
One-bank .

L

57
25
32

96
64
32

120
83
37

216
147
69

217

198

415

9,007
6,596
2,411

13,937

7,593
5,511
2,082

11,936

Wisconsin
Multibank
One-bank

L

220
55
165

372
208
164

538
395
143

910
603
307

574

661

30,199
23,849
6,350

37,222

25,058
19,471
5,587

31,239

Wyoming . ,
Multibank
One-bank

U

42
14
28

93
66
27

3
2
1

96
68
28

114

4

118

3,929
2,895
1,034

4,544

3,505
2,572
934

4,049

25

1,140

1,371
694
677

21,530
16,075
5,455

22,901
16,769
6,132

2,446
1,195
1,251

24,314
16,931
7,383

26,760
18,126
8,634

1,134,667 1,191,680 800,668
942,743 973,480 649,457
191,924 218,200 151,211

855,241
674,764
180,477

18

3,184

4,183
1,595
2,588

14,885
9,566
5,319

19,068
11,161
7,907

6,532
2,357
4,175

17,534
10,554
6,980

24,066
12,911
11,155

625,422
456,694
168,728

719,875 491,587
496,648 343,838
223,227 147,749

574,767
378,729
196,037

8

2,338

3,742
1,706
2,036

2,016
891
1,125

5,758
2,597
3,161

5,389
2,480
2,909

2,379
1,020
1,359

7,768
3,500
4,268

400,120
285,033
115,087

453,654 308,665
312,215 207,708
141,439 100,957

356,332
231,707
124,625

1,235

TOTALS BY
STATE-BRANCHING
CLASSIFICATION
Statewide
branching
Multibank
One-bank . .
Limited branching . .
Multibank . * . . . .
One-bank
Unit branching
Multibank . .
One-bank

December 31, 1985, including foreign data
50 states and
District of
Columbia—
Total

6,413

Multibank
One-bank

9,256

39,962

49,218

1,143
5,270
101
13
88

4,158
5,098
137
51
86

25,746
14,216
697
561
136

29,904
19,314
834
612
222

44,966

59,333 2,505,130 2,720,992 1,915,099 2,108,184
1,908,870
596,260
22,249
18,022
4,227

1,415,340
499,759
17,480
13,751
3,729

240

782

1,022

101
19
82

15

142

157

3,680
1,166
2,515

4,910

2,953
946
2,007

3,896

663
181
482

689
182
507

52

694

746

23,551
6,117
17,434

24,556

19,988
5,136
14,852

20,889

160
49
111

368
163
205

528
212
316

259

454

713

13,838
6,523
7,315

17,205

11,959
5,422
6,537

14,935

213
30
183

201
46
155

4,339
2,656
1,683

4,540
2,702
1,838

460

4,727

5,187

278,396
194,116
84,281

292,916

225,486
154,988
70,498

239,006

176
42
134

364
230
134

135
102
33

499
332
167

459

150

609

23,700
19,426
4,274

25,531

19,634
15,808
3,826

21,251

Alabama
Multibank
One-bank

L

Alaska
Multibank
One-bank

S

11
5
6

10
5
5

91
14
77

Arizona
Multibank
One-bank

S

30
1
29

26
1
25

Arkansas
Multibank
One-bank

L

136
21
115

California
Multibank
One-bank

S

Colorado
Multibank
One-bank

U




14,367

26J128

20J818

199

80. Banking offices, assets, and deposits of banks in holding company groups1—Continued
D. Multibank, one-bank, and all commercial bank comparisons, by state—Continued
Number of offices
Type
State, and type of
holding company

N™1**

Holding companies

Amounts (millions of dollars)

Insured commercial banks

Assets

Deposits

holdin

branch8
. nl
company
m
«
groups2*

Banks

Branches

Total

Banks

Branches

Total

Holding
companies

^11 commercial
banks

Holding
companies

Insured
commercial
banks

December 31, 1985, including foreign data
Connecticut
Multibank
One-bank

S

18
8
10

22
12
10

498
431
67

520
443
77

57

580

637

23,313
20,332
2,981

26,022

18,861
16,345
2,516

21,277

Delaware . . . .
Multibank
One-bank

S

41
34
7

26
21
5

268
232
36

294
253
41

36

165

201

25,885
22,937
2,948

28,045

9,700
7,998
1,702

12,566

S

20
8
12

12
2
10

153
42
111

165
44
121

19

165

184

14,649
2,342
12,307

1:5,101

11,819
1,868
9,951

12,222

Florida
Multibank .
One-bank

S

193
62
131

292
184
108

2,051
1,623
428

2,343
1,807
536

424

2,237

2,661

85,051
68,388
16,663

87,991

70,112
55,800
14,312

74,236

Georgia
Multibank
One-bank

L

152
37
115

222
111
111

1,099
863
236

1,321
974
347

373

1,197

1,570

43,252
36,356
6,896

47,169

31,886
26,009
5,877

35,319

Hawaii
Multibank .
One-bank

S

6
2
4

7
1
6

190
15
175

197
16
181

22

258

280

8,958
527
8,431

9,961

7,943
483
7,460

8,674

S

12
4
8

13
5
8

240
206
34

253
211
42

26

273

299

6,571
5,991
580

7,210

5,407
4,884
523

5,966

Illinois
Multibank
One-bank

U

559
133
426

789
373
416

731
446
285

1,520
819
701

1,235

846

2,081

146,821
118,243
28,578

163,586

111,978
87,154
24,824

127,098

Indiana
Multibank
One-bank

L

217
12
205

232
29
203

1,104
271
833

1,336
300
1,036

371

1,316

1,687

39,390
12,329
27,061

45,780

32,818
9,655
23,163

38,463

Iowa
Multibank .
One-bank

L

362
45
317

469
159
310

539
279
260

1,008
438
570

622

611

1,233

23,774
11,888
11,886

29,008

20,540
10,064
10,476

24,880

Kansas
Multibank
One-bank . .

U

'46
34
412

451
49
402

208
46
162

659
95
564

623

234

857

19,868
5,439
14,429

23,819

17,171
4,432
12,739

20,658

Kentucky . . . .
Multibank
One-bank

L

182
27
155

211
57
154

653
301
352

864
358
506

333

803

1,136

25,059
14,626
10,433

30,083

19,858
10,955
8,903

24,191

Louisiana
Multibank ,
One-bank

L

167
12
155

182
29
153

111
303
468

953
332
621

300

964

1,264

30,501
16,134
14,367

36,793

25,786
13,138
12,648

31,355

Maine
Multibank .
One-bank

S

20
13
7

17
10
7

361
330
31

378
340
38

25

373

398

4,985
4,431
554

5,194

4,181
3,688
493

4,368

Maryland
Multibank
One-bank . .

S

33
15
18

44
27
17

1,047
387
660

1,091
414
677

90

1,158

1,248

30,518
11,294
19,224

33,2S'9

23,077
8,495
14,582

25,610

Massachusetts
Multibank .
One-bank

S

40
12
28

82
57
25

1,059
909
150

1,141
966
175

115

1,154

1,269

62,876
51,888
10,988

69,104

47,962
39,699
8,263

53,404

District of
Columbia
Multibank
One-bank

Idaho
Multibank
One-bank

200



'

80. 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

Type
of
branching7

Number
of
holding
company
groups2-5

Banks

Holding companies

Branches

Total

Amounts (millions of dollars)

Insured commercial banks

Banks

Branches

Total

Assets

Deposits

Holding
companies

All commercial
banks

Holding
companies

Insured
commercial
banks

December 31, 1985, including foreign data
Michigan
Multibank
One-bank , . , ,

L

63
25
38

235
198
37

1,915
1,772
143

2,150
1,970
180

358

2,200

2,558

65,379
62,137
3,242

72,739

53,303
50,387
2,916

60,069

Minnesota
Multibank
One-bank

L

410
46
365

555
195
360

350
195
155

905
390
515

735

392

1,127

47,937
37,326
10,611

51,946

35,751
26,297
9,454

39,236

Mississippi . . .
Multibank
One-bank

L

146

770

916

13,048

17,068

10,871

14,391

Missouri
Multibank
One-bank;

75

74

561

635

Vs'

74

561

635

U

270
65
205

496
295
201

585
432
153

1,081
727
354

673

664

1,337

44,105
36,089
8,016

49,058

35,885
28,739
7,146

40,244

Montana
Multibank
One-bank .

U

74
22
52

132
81
51

31
28
3

163
109
54

170

33

203

6,385
4,911
1,474

7,187

5,425
4,116
1,309

6,139

Nebraska
Multibank
One-bank

L

310
33
277

319
45
274

180
85
95

499
130
369

453

215

668

13,884
6,495
7,389

16,197

11,732
5,113
6,619

13,750

Nevada
Multibank
One-bank

S

7
4
3

8
5
3

170
96
75

179
101
78

17

203

220

6,823
4,888
1,935

7,567

4,190
2,616
1,574

4,829

New Hampshire . . . .
Multibank
One-bank . . . .

S

20
8
12

42
29
13

207
169
38

249
198
51

61

217

278

7,334
5,734
1,600

6,517

6,170
4,831
1,339

5,673

New Jersey
Multibank
One-bank

S

43
11
32

78
48
30

1,540
1,121
419

1,618
1,169
449

126

1,809

1,935

52,414
39,329
13,086

59,599

44,055
32,589
11,466

50,307

New Mexico
Multibank
One-bank .

L

46
12
34

72
42
30

271
166
105

343
208
135

96

293

389

8,478
5,190
3,288

9,376

7,299
4,560
2,739

8,092

New York
Multibank
One-bank . . .

S

132
52
80

130
78
52

4,064
3,508
556

4,194
3,586
608

194

3,966

4,160

614,776
559,608
55,168

621,782

429,362
386,211
43,151

435,145

North Carolina
Multibank
One-bank

S

21
4
17

23
6
17

1,756
808
948

1,779
814
965

63

1,875

1,938

46,539
34,364
12,175

48,670

32,862
22,265
10,597

34,746

North Dakota
Multibank
One-bank

U

98
11
87

135
50
85

109
48
61

244
98
146

179

131

310

5,724
3,123
2,601

6,859

5,018
2,726
2,292

6,005

Ohio
Multibank
One-bank

L

72
18
54

152
98
54

2,164
1,610
554

2,316
1,708
608

320

2,587

2,907

71,704
52,311
19,393

81,765

55,238
40,350
14,888

64,064

Oklahoma
Multibank
One-bank

L

353
38
315

362
64
298

217
54
163

579
118
461

534

261

795

27,094
13,232
13,862

31,970

23,097
10,593
12,504

27,430

Oregon
Multibank
One-bank

S

22
7
15

25
11
14

555
441
114

580
452
128

67

638

705

16,275
14,329
1,946

17,684

11,877
10,189
1,688

13,160




13,048

10,871

201

80. 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
Holding companies

Amounts (millions of dollars)

Insured commercial banks

Assets

Type
h „„ .
"^
B

»««
holding
Company,
groups2-5

L

111
30
81

145
65
80

2,502
1,625
877

2,647
1,690
957

312

S

16
7
9

13
5
8

198
108
90

211
113
98

16

208

South Carolina . . . .
Multibank
One-bank

S

27
2
25

26
2
24

577
81
496

603
83
520

74

South Dakota
Multibank .
One-bank

S

67
18
49

84
36
48

155
106
49

239
142
97

L

143
20
123

182
60
122

913
429
484

1,095
489
606

U

671
181
490

1,280
820
460

354
268
86

1,634
1,088
546

S

25
5
20

28
10
18

314
225
89

342
235
107

57

372

429

8,986
7,291
1,695

10,233

7,364
5,886
1,478

8,368

Vermont
Multibank
One-bank

S

16
4
12

20
9
11

192
74
118

212
83
129

25

189

214

4,257
1,534
2,723

4,001

3,833
1,389
2,444

3,607

Virginia
Multibank .
One-bank

S

38
14
24

66
42
24

1,392
855
537

1,458
897
561

169

1,750

38,794
23,316
15,478

43,710

30,631
18,520
12,111

35,041

Washington
Multibank
One-bank

S

36
10
26

44
18
26

761
599
162

805
617
188

98

927

1,025

28,770
24,988
3,782

31,447

22,723
19,485
3,238

25,104

West Virginia . . . .
Multibank
One-bank . . . .

L

57
25
32

96
64
32

120
83
37

216
147
69

217

198

415

9,007
6,596
2,411

13:937

7,593
5,511
2,082

11,936

Wisconsin
Multibank
One-bank

L

220
55
165

372
208
164

540
397
143

912
605
307

574

666

1,240

30,647
24,297
6,350

37,670

25,433
19,846
5,587

31,614

U

42
14
28

93
66
27

3
2
1

96
68
28

114

3

117

3,929
2,895
1,034

4,544

3,506
2,572
934

4,049

25

1,107
340
767

1,339
670
669

21,461
13,923
7,538

22,800
14,593
8,207

2,446

24,314

26,760

1,126,321 1,191,680 795,245
847,841
571,086
224,159
278,480

855,241

18

3,178
469
2,709

4,177
1,524
2,653

14,885
9,097
5,788

19,062
10,621
8,441

6,532

17,534

24,066

625,342
419,189
206,153

719,875 491,522
316,738
174,784

574,767

8

2,336
502
1,834

3,740
1,964
1,776

2,016
1,234
782

5,756
3,198
2,558

5,389

2,379

7,768

399,835
313,956
85,879

453,6,54 308,411
232,669
75,742

356,332

State, and type of
holding company

Banks

Branches

Total

Deposits

All commercial
banks

Holding
companies

Insured
commercial
banks

123,707
91,128
32,579

134,109

89,647
62,978
26,669

98,953

224

10,042
8,978
1.064

10,155

7,405
6,465
940

7,497

795

869

10,635
669
9,966

14,721

8,489
565
7,924

11,707

138

177

315

14,950
13,320
1,630

16,047

7,153
5,702
1,451

8,121

289

1,085

1,374

31,432
16,783
14,649

35,968

25,493
13,913
11,580

29,533

415

2,351

185,187
159,494
25,693

209,056 147,095
124,208
22,887

168,292

Banks

Branches

Total

Holding
companies

December 31, 1985, including foreign data
Pennsylvania .
Multibank
One-bank
Rhode Island
Multibank .
One- bank . .

Tennessee
Multibank
One-bank . .

...

. .

. ,

. .

Texas
Multibank .
One-bank

. ,

Utah ,
Multibank .
One-bank

. .

. .

Wyoming
Multibank
One-bank

1,936

2,813

1,581

3,125

TOTALS BY
STATE-BRANCHING
CLASSIFICATION
Statewide
branching
Multibank
One-bank
Limited branching . .
Multibank
One-bank
Unit branching
Multibank .
One-bank

202



81. Selected assets and liabilities of minority-owned banks in the United States, by size of bank,
December 31,19851
Thousands of dollars, except as noted
All
size
classes

Account

Asset size (in millions of dollars)
Under 10

10-24

25-49

507,073
905,131
371,457
81,817
8,062
5,362

7,777
11,460
314
241
0
0

59,632
88,122
14,734
3,022
802
5,362

113,563
135,908
51,362
4,622
1,750
0

326,101
669,641
305,047
73,932
5,510
0

7 Federal funds sold and securities purchase 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 unconsolidated subdivisions

909,597
2,390,252
110,275
26,493
88,659
1,559
87

3,843
23,187
1,429
134
897
0
0

48,908
286,286
16,506
1,887
9,626
48
0

109,086
422,533
17,536
4,138
16,643
105
0

747,760
1,658,246
74,804
20,334
61,493
1,406
87

14 Total assets

5,736,206

49,282

534,936

877,247

4,274,741

....

807,931
2,881,039
96,749
545,336
62,360

11,897
20,701
1,148
6,288
1,112

85,424
258,532
16,067
63,255
6,330

148,830
435,460
27,675
103,272
9,810

561,780
2,166,346
51,859
372,521
45,108

....

4,751,440
1,018,773
3,426,191

44,935
15,101
26,208

471,625
107,603
330,433

777,899
203,825
519,365

3,456,981
692,244
2,550,185

56,428
42,042
10,322
499,672

113
142
0
515

2,924
8,005
833
7,715

724
13,688
117
12,849

52,667
20,207
9,372
478,593

50 and over

ASSETS
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 find 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 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements
to repurchase
25 Mortgage indebtedness
26 All other liabilities

4,878,965

45,705

491,101

805,277

3,536,882

....

5,976

0

1,864

1,393

2,719

....

3,946
113,883
150,013
61,937

120
4,096
4,029
-4,668

1,494
23,761
27,451
-10,736

601
28,127
29,487
12,362

1,731
57,899
89,046
64,979

27 Total liabilities
28 Subordinated notes and debentures
EQUITY CAPITAL
29
30
31
32

Preferred stock— Par
Common stock— Par
Surplus
Undivided profits and capital reserves

33 Total equity capital

....

329,779

3,577

41,970

70,577

213,655

34 Total liabilities and equity capital

....

5,214,721

49,282

534,936

877,247

3,753,256

93

6

30

25

32

35 Number of banks




203

82. Assets of pension funds
A. Totals for private and public funds
Book value of all assets other than equities at end of year, billions of dollars
Type

1974

1975 | 1976 | 1977 | 1978 | 1979 | 1980

1 All types
2 Private funds
3 Insured
4 Noninsured1
5 Public funds
6 State and local government.
7 U . S government
8
Civil service2
9
Railroad retirement

325 2
199.0
60.4
138 6
1262
88.0
382
344
3.9

405.6
258.9
72.3
186.6
146.7
104.8
41.9
38.5
3,4

467.2
300.3
88.7
211.6
166.9
120.4
46 4
43.1
3.3

513.8
328.4
103.2
225 1
185.4
132.5
529
50.0
2.9

592.6
378.9
121.6
257.3
213.6
153.9
59.8
56.7
3.1

1981

699.6
462.2
143.5
318.7
237.4
169.7
67,7
64.6
3.1

859.0
584.5
172.0
412.5
274.5
198.1
764
73.9
2.5

L1982 j

941.4
631.0
199.8
431.2
310.4
224.2
86,2
84.8
1.4

1983 | 1984 | 1985

1,121.5 1,316.4 1,435.3 1,705.9
761.0
893.2
954.9 1,132.6
242,9
286.4
394.1
331.6
623 3
518.1
6068
738 5
360.5
423.2
4803
573.4
262.5
350.4
311.2
424.6
97.9
1120
148 8
1300
97,4
111.4
1269
144.6
.5
,6
3.1
4.2

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

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

. 1980

1981 |

1982

1983

1984 | 1985

138.6

186.6

211.6

225.1

257.3

318.7

412.5

431.2

518.1

606.8

623.3

738.5

15
95
706
12.4

17
7.3
102.1
24,9

19
86
116.0
32.3

21
104
111 3
38.9

23
14.1
116.9
43,9

28
169
146.6
55.5

28
17 2
209.5
75.0

30
18.5
195.6
101.1

28
17 2
248.4
136.8

34
21 6
306.2
152.3

42
24 6
294 1
171.0

40
25 0
385 5
189.0

395
2.4

43.9
2.4

44.6
2,4

48 2
2,5

58.5
2.7

71.3
3.1

82.0
3.6

85.4
3.9

86.5
4.2

92,3
4.2

945
4.5

97 1
4.8

C. Types held by state and local government retirement funds
Book value of all assets other than equities at end of year, billions of dollars

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1 Total financial assets

88.0

104.8

120.4

132.5

153.9

169.7

198.1

224.2

262.5

311.2

350.4

424.6

2
3
4
5

54.9
20.9
6.2
6.0

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

103.8
51.3
51.8
17.3

107.3
59.8
71.2
24.2

106.6
76.4
88.2
40.1

113.5
83.0
109.8
44.1

112.5
101.7
130.0
80.4

Type

Corporate bonds
Corporate equities
U.S. government securities.
Other

204



83. Terms of consumer installment credit1
Percent per year; unless noted otherwise
1983

Item

IQQ/t
1984

1985

1 QQC
1983

Jan.

Feb.

Mar,

May

Apr.

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

13.38
16.21
15.43
18.85

13.92
16.68
15,91
18.78

12.91
15,94
14.96
18.70

12.58
18.74

14.62
17.84

11.98
17.59

45.9
37.9

48.3
39.7

51.5
41.4

50.7
41.3

51.4
41.1

52.2
41.3

51.5
41,3

50.9
41.4

86.0
92.0

88.0
92.0

91.0
94.0

90.0
93.0

90.0
93.0

91.0
93.0

91.0
93.0

91.0
94.0

8,787
5,033

.

13.71
16.47
15.58
18.77

9,333
5,691

9,915
6,089

9,654
5,951

9,196
5,968

9,232
5,976

9,305
6,043

9,775
6,117

June

1
2
3
4

July

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

15.11
17.88

13.78
17.91

13.16
16.09
15,03
18.74
12.65
17.78

11.92
17.78

11.87
17.84

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
.

..

1985
INTEREST RATES
Commercial banks2
48-month new car3
24-month personal
120-month personal
Credit card
Auto finance companies
5
New car
6 Used car

1
2
3
4

12.72
15.84
1472
18.62

.
.

12.39
15,61
1466
18.57

12.06
17.77

12.46
17.49

10.87
17.57

8.84
17.31

9.97
17.21

11.71
17.28

12.52
1722

51.3
41.3

51.7
41.5

51.1
41.6

51.2
41.4

51.5
41.4

52.0
41.5

52.1
41.4

91.0
94.0

91.0
95,0

91.0
95,0

92.0
95.0

930

820

95.0

95.0

920

9,965
6,116

10,355
6,146

10,422
6,139

10,449
6,097

10,498
6,091

10,205
6,167

OTHER TERMS"
Maturity (months)
7
New car
8 Used car
Loan-to-value ratio
9 New car
.
10 Used car
Amount financed (dollars)
1 1 New car
, .
12 Used car

..

...

95.0
9,925
6,255

84. Security credit reported by nonbank lenders subject to margin regulations, June 30, 19851
Millions of dollars

NYSE
members

Regulation T
Other
brokers
and dealers2

1 Margin accounts3
2 "Plan lenders"4

23,591

14

3 Total3 . .

23,591

14

Type of credit

.




Regulation G

Total

23605

301
206

23 906

23,605

507

24,112

Total

206

205

85. Detailed debit and credit balances at brokers carrying margin accounts, June 30,1985
Millions of dollars, except for number of firms
Member
firms1

Item
ASSETS
1
2
3
4

Debit balances due from public customers
Margin accounts
Cash accounts
Nonsecurities accounts
Other accounts
,

23,605
7,251
348
1,154

5 Total

32,358

6 Debit balances in firm investment and trading accounts
7 Amount to be received for securities held under repurchase agreements
8 All other assets

89,457
103,629
43,804

9 Total assets

269,248
LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

10
11
12
13

Credit balances due to public customers
Margin accounts
Cash accounts
Nonsecurities accounts
Other accounts

6,112
12,080
1,108
1,578

„

14 Total

20,878

15 Credit balances in firm investment and trading accounts

45,354

Credit balances due on loans
16 U.S. banks
17 Foreign banks
18 Other lenders

16,796
6,216
7,198

19 Total

30,210

20 Amounts to be repaid for securities sold under repurchase agreements
21 All other liabilities and capital

115,188
57,618

22 Total liabilities and capital

269,248

MEMO: Number of margin accounts
23 Debit status
24 Credit status

1,035,271
1,243,066

25 Total

2,278,337

86. Commitments of life insurance companies for income-property mortgages1
Period

Total
amount
Number of committed
loans
(millions
of dollars)

Averages2
Loan
amount
(thousands
of dollars)

Contract
interest
rate
(percent)

Maturity
(years/
months)

Loanto-value
ratio
(percent)

Capitalization rate
(percent)

Debt
coverage

Percent
constant

1983
1984

1,181
1,138

9,965.9
12,968.5

8,734
12,248

12.56
12.98

9/5
9/5

70.1
70.2

11.1
10.8

1.27
1.24

12.9
13.2

1985

2,159
136
200
192
167
155
151
200
220
183
203
155
197

20,633.1
810.2
1,576.7
2,018.9
1,616.3
1,404.4
1,952.3
1,746.2
1,883.3
1,605.3
2,129.0
2,089.1
1,801.2

960
,0
5,957
7,884
10,516
9,678
9,061
12,929
8,731
8,560
8,772
10,488
13,483
9,143

11.81
12,58
12.35
12.28
12.49
12.25
11.74
11.52
11.31
11.44
11.38
11.34
11.04

7/8
7/8
8/6
9/4
7/9
7/8
'8/11
8/8
7/5
8/10
8/10
8/7
7/7

70.9
66.9
71.0
71.1
71.2
71.2
69.9
71.5
72.4
70.4
71.6
72.1
71.0

10.1
10.4
10,6
10.4
10.3
10.2
10.0
10.0
10.0
9.9
9.8
10.1
9.7

1.24
1.24
1.27
1.24
1.19
1.17
1.34
1,23
1.24
1.23
1.23
1.24
1.29

12.1
12.9
12.8
12.5
12.7
12.4
12.0
11.9
11.5
11.7
11.5
11.7
11.3

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

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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 de-




posits (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 ftmds, 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 fund holdings of these
assets.
Debt: Debt of domestic nonfinancial 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-of-month basis. Growth rates reflect
adjustments for discontinuities over time in the levels of debt presented in other tables.
6. Sum of overnight RPs and overnight Eurodollars, money market fund balances (general purpose and broker/dealer), MMDAs,

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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 (institution-only),
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

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.

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, nonfinancial corporations, and state and local governments.
There is also a small amount of borrowing in immediately available
funds in the form of promissory notes, repurchase agreements involving other assets, due bills, and certain other obligations.
Borrowings of immediately available funds may have a specified
term to maturity—as short as one business day—or may be made
under continuing contract. Transactions under continuing contract
remain in effect until terminated, without any requirement of prior
notice by either borrower or lender. Information is provided on two
maturity categories: one-day plus continukg-contract borrowings,
and all other maturities.

TABLE 3
TABLES
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,
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

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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
20L3(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. A temporary simplified
seasonal program was established on March 8, 1985, and the interest rate was a fixed rate Vz percent above the rate on adjustment
credit. (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 reserve requirements before implementation of the Monetary Control Act of 1980, see previous editions of the ANNUAL
STATISTICAL DIGEST.
2. The Garn-St Germain Depositor/ 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 depositor/ 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 December 15, 1983,
for quarterly reporters and December 29, for weekly reporters, the
amount of the exemption was $2.2 million. Effective with the
reserve maintenance period beginning January 1, 1985, the amount
of the exemption is $2.4 million. Effective with the reserve computation period beginning December 31, 1985, the amount of the
exemption is $2.6 million. In determining the reserve requirements
of a depository institution, the exemptions shall apply hi 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.
3. 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
ended on October 24, 1985. For existing member banks the phasein 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.
4. 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.
5. 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; December 29, 1983, to $28.9 million; January 1, 1985 to
$29.8 million; and December 31, 1985, to $31.7 million.
6. 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?
1. Regulations G, T, and U of the Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System, prescribed in accordance with the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, limit the amount of credit to purchase
and carry margin stocks that may be extended on securities as
collateral by prescribing a maximum loan value, which is a specified
percentage of the market value of the collateral at the time the credit
is extended. Margin requirements are the difference between the
market value (100 percent) and the maximum loan value. The term
"margin stocks" is defined in the corresponding regulation.
Special margin requirements for bonds, convertible into stocks
were adopted by the Board of Governors effective March 11, 1968.
2. The margin is expressed as a percent of the market value of
the stock underlying the option.

TABLE 8
1. 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. Effective
January 1, 1985, the minimum denomination requirement was lowered from $2,500 to $1,000.
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. Effective January 1, 1985, the minimum
denomination and average balance maintenance requirement was
lowered to $1,000. 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 $1,000 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. Effective January 1, 1985, the minimum denomination requirement was lowered from $2,500 to $1,000. Deposits of less
than $1,000 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 excludes

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any securities sold and scheduled to be bought back under matched
sale-purchase transactions.
2. Includes special investment account at the Federal Reserve
Bank of Chicago in Treasury bills maturing within 90 days.
3. Includes exchange-translation account reflecting the monthly revaluation at market exchange rates of foreign-exchange
commitments.

TABLE 10-B
1. Federal Reserve notes held by the Reserve Bank are exempt
from the collateral requirement.

TABLE 10-C
1. Holdings under repurchase agreements are classified as maturing within 15 days in accordance with maximum maturity of the
agreements.

TABLE 11
1. Accounts of individuals, partnerships, and corporations, and
of states and political subdivisions.
2. Accounts authorized for negotiable orders of withdrawal (NOW)
and accounts authorized for automatic transfer to demand deposits
(ATS). ATS data are available starting in December 1978.
3. Excludes ATS and NOW accounts as well as special club
accounts, such as Christmas and vacation clubs.
SOURCES. Data for demand deposits are available beginning in
1970 estimated in part from the debits series for 233 SMS As that
were available through June 1977. Data for ATS and NOW accounts
and savings deposits are available beginning in July 1977. Back
data are available on request from the Banking Section, Division
of Research and Statistics, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, D.C. 20551.
TABLE 12
1. 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

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(general purpose and broker/dealer), foreign governments and commercial banks, and the U.S. government. Also subtracted is a
consolidation adjustment that represents fhe estimated amount of
demand deposits and vault cash held by ttuift 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 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 fond holdings of these
assets.
Debt: Debt of domestic nontlnancial 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-of-month 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 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 (institution-only),
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.
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 ^classifications 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 tax-exempt 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.
14. Beginning October 1, 1980, U.S. government securities were
reduced $0.1 billion while other securities were increased the same
amount because of 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.

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Cumulative Assets Shifted to International Banking Facilities
Monthly averages, not seasonally adjusted
Billions of dollars, all commercial banks

1982

1981
Item

Dec.
Total loans and
securities . . . . . . 15.3
Other securities . . . .
.3
Total loans and
15.0
leases
Commercial and
industrial to
non-U.S.
addressees . . . . 7.3
Foreign banks
3.7
Foreign official
institutions . . . . 3.4
.7
All other loans . . . .

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

June

29.8
.6

31.0
.6

31.8
.6

32.5
.6

32.8
.6

33.1
.6

29.2

30.4

31.2

31.8

32.1

32.5

13.8
7.4

14.2
7.8

14.6
8.1

14.9
8.3

15.0
8.4

15.1
8.6

6.9
1.1

7.2
1.1

7.3
1.1

7.5
1.1

7.6
1.2

7.7
1.2

Aug. Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

33.8
.6
33.1

34.0
.6
33.4

34.3
.6
33.7

34.6
.6
34.0

35.0
.6
34.4

15.4
8.7

15.5
8.7

15.7
8.8

15.7
8.8

15.8
9.0

7.8
1.2

7.9
1.2

8.1
1.2

8.2
1.2

8.3
1.2

1982
July
Total loans and securitie:s . . . . 33.4
.6
Other securities . . . .
Total loans and lease;>
32.7
Commercial and
industrial to non U.S.
15.2
addressees . . . .
8.6
Foreign banks
Foreign official
institutions
7.7
1,2
All other loans

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 ^classifications,
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 because of 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 because
of 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, as the result of 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 decreased $2.2 billion; total loans and leases increased $1.6

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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
decreased and total loans and leases increased $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 bans 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 because
of 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 because of reclassifications.
32. As of January 23, 1985, nonbank financial loans were reduced $0.1 billion. All other loans were increased $0.1 billion
because of reclassifications.
33. Beginning March 27, 1985, loans to foreign governments
increased $0.2 billion because of Joan reclassifications, while loans
to foreign banks declined $0.2 billion.
34. As of April 24, 1985, commercial and industrial loans to
U.S. addressees increased $0.2 billion because of loan reclassifications. All other loans were reduced $0.2 billion.
35. As of June 12, 1985, reclassifications increased loans to
states and political subdivisions $0.1 billion and reduced real estate
loans $0.1 billion.

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. 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 12 and 13), borrowings

from Federal Reserve Banks, borrowings from foreign banks, oneday 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 taxand-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-the-month reports from
large agencies, branches, investment companies, and Edge Act and
Agreement corporations engaged in banking.
2. 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.
3. 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 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.
4. 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.
5. 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.
6. 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.




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. These data are as of Tuesday the last day of the year.
9. 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 hi 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, 1941-1970, pages 14849.
TABLE 18
1. Effective January 1, 1986, the reporting panel includes 65
U.S. branches and agencies of foreign blanks which include those
branches and agencies with assets of $750 million or more on June
30, 1980 plus those branches and agencies which had reached the
$750 million asset level on December 31, 1984.
2. Includes securities purchased under agreements to resell.
3. Includes credit balances, demand deposits, and other checkable deposits.
4. Includes savings deposits, money market deposit accounts,
and time deposits.
5. Includes securities sold under agreements to repurchase,
6. Exclusive of loans to and federal funds sold to commercial
banks in the United States.
TABLE 19
1. Figures include cash items in process of collection. Estimates
of gross deposits are based on reports supplied by a sample of
commercial banks. Types of depositors in each category are described in the Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 57 (June 1971),
page 466.
TABLE 20
1. Institutions engaged primarily in commercial, savings, and
mortgage banking; sales, personal, and mortgage financing; factoring, finance leasing, and other business lending; insurance underwriting;1 other investment activities; and the like.
2. Includes all financial company paper sold by dealers in the
open market.

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3. As reported by financial companies that place their paper
directly with investors,
4. Includes public utilities and firms engaged primarily in activities such as communications, construction, manufacturing, mining, wholesale and retail trade, transportation, and services.

TABLE 21
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 22
1. The survey of terms of bank lending covers loans of $1,000
or more made at about 340 banks selected to represent all sizes of
banks. The sample data are collected over one business week and
used to estimate lending terms at all insured commercial banks.
Short-term loans have original maturities of less than one year, and
long term loans have maturities of one year or more. Construction
and land development loans include both unsecured loans and loans
secured by real estate. Thus some of the construction and land
development loans would be reported on the statement of condition
as real estate loans and the remainder as business loans. Loans to
farmers exclude loans secured by real estate.
2. Average maturities are weighted by loan volumes exclusive
of loans with no stated maturity (demand loans).
3. The approximate compounded annual interest rate on each
loan is calculated from survey data on the stated rate and other
terms of the loan; then, in computing the average of these approximate effective rates, each loan is weighted by its dollar amount.
4. Large banks correspond roughly to banks with more than $500
million in total assets.

TABLE 23
1. Weekly and monthly figures are averages of all calendar days,
where the rate for a weekend or holiday is taken to be the rate
prevailing on the preceding business day. The daily rate is the
average of the rates on a given day weighted by the volume of
transactions at these rates.
2. Weekly figures are averages for statement week ending
Wednesday.
3. Rate for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
4. Unweighted 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).
5. Yields are quoted on a bank-discount basis, rather than an
investment yield basis (which would give a higher figure).
6. 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 dealers).
7. Unweighted average of offered rates quoted by at least five
dealers early in the day.
8. Calendar week average. For indication purposes only.
9. Unweighted average of closing bid rates quoted by at least
five dealers.
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11. Yields are based on closing bid prices quoted by at least
five dealers.
12. Yields adjusted to constant maturities by the U.S. Treasury.
That is, yields are read from a yield curve at fixed maturities. Based
on only recently issued, actively traded securities.
13. Averages (to maturity or call) for all outstanding bonds neither due nor callable in less than 10 years, including one very low
yielding "flower" bond.
14. General obligations based on Thursday figures; Moody's
Investors Service.
15. General obligations only, with 20 years to maturity, issued
by 20 state and local governmental units of mixed quality. Based
on figures for Thursday.
16. Daily figures from Moody's Investors Service. Based on
yields to maturity on selected long-term bonds.
17. Compilation of the Federal Reserve. 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.
18. Standard and Poor's corporate series. Preferred stock ratio
based on a sample of ten issues: four public utilities, four industrials,
one financial, and one transportation. Common stock ratios on the
500 stocks in the price index.
TABLE 24
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 expended 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 wi thdrawal by customers
on demand.
4. Each customer's equity in his collateral (market value of
collateral less net debit balance) is expressed as a percentage of
current collateral values.
5. Balances that may be used by customers as the margin deposit
required for additional purchases. Balances may arise as transfers
based on loan values of other collateral in the customer's margin
account or deposits of cash (usually sales proceeds) occur.
TABLE 25-A
1. Beginning in 1982, a regulatory accounting change provides
that certain balances that had been reported as liabilities be reported
as centra-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 5).
3. Includes all items eligible as regulatory net worth.
4. Excludes figures for loans in process.
SOURCE. Data are based on monthly reports of federally insured
associations to the Federal Home Loan Bank Board. Even when
revised, data for the current and the preceding year are subject to
further revision.
TABLE 25-B
1. Data are reported on a net-of-valuation-reserves basis,
for December 31, 1984, are revised as follows;:

1 Assets . . .
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Loans
Mortgage
..
Other
Securities
U.S. government^
Mortgage backed securities . .
State and local government
Corporate and other3
Cash . . . .
...
Other assets

203,898
102,895
24,954
14,643
19,215
2,077
23 747
4,954
11,413

10 Liabilities .

180 616
177,418
33,739
104 732
3,198
12,504
10.510

TABLE 27-A

203,898

11 Deposits
12 Regular4 .
. .
13
Ordinary savings
14
Time
15 Other
16 Other liabilities
17 General reserve accounts

bility (including checks outstanding) and asset accounts, seigniorage,
increment on gold, profit on sale of gold, net gain or loss for U.S.
currency-valuation adjustment, and net gain or loss for IMF loanvaluation adjustment.
SOURCES. U.S. Treasury Department, "Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government," and Treasury Bulletin, various issues.

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.
SOURCE. Estimates of National Council of Savings Institutions
for all savings banks in the United States.

1. Supplemental medical insurance premiums and voluntary hospital insurance premiums have been reclassified from social insurance receipts to offsetting receipts in the health function.
2. Old-age, disability, and hospital insurance, and railroad retirement accounts.
3. Federal employee retirement contributions, and civil service
retirement and disability fund.
4. Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve Banks and other
miscellaneous receipts.
SOURCES. "Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays
of the U.S. Government,"

TABLE 27-B
TABLE 25-C
1. Direct and guaranteed obligations. Excludes federal agency
issues not guaranteed, which are shown in this table under
"Business."
2. Issues of foreign governments and their subdivisions and bonds
of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
SOURCE. Estimates of the American Council of Life Insurance
for all life insurance companies in the United States. Annual figures
are annual-statement asset values, with bonds carried on an amortized basis and stocks at year-end market values. Adjustments
for interest due and accrued and for differences between market
and book values are not made on each item separately but are
included, in total, in "Other assets.'1
TABLE 25-D
SOURCE. Estimates by the National Credit Union Administration
based on a group of federal and federally insured state credit unions
serving natural persons. Figures are preliminary and are revised
annually to incorporate recent benchmark data.

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. 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."

TABLE 28
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 26

TABLE 29

1. The U.S. Treasury Department has presented on-budget and
off-budget spending categories for data through February 1986,
after which in accordance with the Balanced Budget and Emergency
Deficit Control Act of 1985 (Gramm-Rudman-Hollings), all former
off-budget entries will be presented on budget.
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, synthetic fuels corporation fund, U.S. Railway Association;
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 (SDRs), reserve position on the U.S. quota in the
IMF, 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 lia-

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,




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Monthly Statement of the Public Debt of the United States; data by
holder, Treasury Bulletin.
TABLE 30-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 30-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 30-C
1. Figures cover financing involving U.S. government and federal agency securities, negotiable certificates of deposit, bankers
acceptances, and commercial paper (based on Wednesday figures,
in terms of actual money borrowed or lent).
2. Includes all reverse repurchase agreements, including those
that have been arranged to make delivery on short sales and those
for which the securities obtained have been used as collateral on
borrowings, that is, matched agreements.
3. Includes both repurchase agreements undertaken to finance
positions and "matched book'1 repurchase agreements.

TABLE 31
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 Hu-

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man 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. Some data are estimates and some that were previously published in the Federal Reserve Bulletin have been revised.
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 itent consists exclusively of
agency assets, while the Rural Electrification Administration entry
contains both agency assets and guaranteed loans.

TABLE 32
1. Par amounts of long-term issues based on date of sale.
2. Consists of tax-exempt issues guarantetxl by the Farmers Home
Administration.
SOURCE. Public Securities Association

TABLE 33
1. Figures, which represent gross proceeds of issues maturing
in more than one year sold for cash hi 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, intracoiporate transactions, and sales to foreigners. Private placement data are not available on a monthly basis.
SOURCES. IDD Information Services, Inc,, the U.S. Securities
and Exchange Commission and the Bor"1 of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System.

TABLE 34
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 fimd 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. Includes cash on hand, receivables minus liabilities, and any
securities held with a maturity under 1 year.
SOURCE. Investment Company Institute. Data based on reports
of members, which are substantially all open-end investment companies registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Data reflect newly formed companies after their initial offering of
securities.

TABLE 35
SOURCE. Survey of Current Business (U.S. Department of
Commerce).

TABLE 36
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.

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.

TABLE 37
1. * 'Other'' consists of construction; wholesale and retail trade;
TABLE 42
finance and insurance; personal and business services; and communication.
1. The consumer installment credit series covers most short- and
SOURCE. Survey of Current Business (U.S. Department of
intermediate-term credit extended to individuals that is scheduled
Commerce).
to be repaid (or with the option of repayment) in two or more
installments. Data are revised.
2. More detail for finance companies is available in the G.20
TABLE 40
statistical release, Finance Companies.
3. Excludes 30-day charge credit held by travel and entertain1. Weighted averages based on sample surveys of mortgages
closed by major institutional lenders during the first five full work- ment companies.
ing days of the month. Compiled by the Federal Home Loan
Bank Board in cooperation with the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation.
TABLE 43
2. Includes all fees, commissions, discounts, and "points" paid
(by the borrower or the seller) to obtain a loan.
1. Excess of total assets over total liabilities consists of gold,
3. Average effective interest rates on loans closed, assuming
special drawing rights (SDRs), and corporate equities not included
prepayment at the end of 10 years.
in liabilities minus total floats and discrepancies in adjacent column.
4. Average contract rates on new commitments for conventional
2. Rest-of-the-world total holdings of gold and SDRs appear as
first mortgages, from U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Deassets and are included in totals because in flow tables transactions
velopment.
in these categories are treated as purchases and sales of existing
5. Average gross yields on 30-year, minimum-downpayment
assets without associated liabilities.
first mortgages, insured by the Federal Housing Administration for
3. Assets are shown at market value; nonbank finance liability
immediate delivery in the private secondary market. Any gaps in
is redemption value of shares of open-end investment companies.
data are in periods of adjustment to changes in maximum permisNo specific liability is attributed to issuers of stocks other than
sible contract rates.
open-end investment companies for amounts outstanding.
6. Average net yields to investors on fully modified pass-through
4. Includes savings bonds and other nonmarketable debt held by
securities backed by mortgages and guaranteed by the Government
the public. Postal savings system deposits are included in "MisNational Mortgage Association, assuming prepayment in 12 years
cellaneous" in part A, line 34.
on pools of 30-year mortgages insured by the Federal Housing
5. Issues by agencies in the budget (Commodity Credit CorAgency or guaranteed by the Veterans Administration. Monthly
poration, Government National Mortgage Association, Tennessee
figures are unweighted averages of Thursday quotations for the
Valley Authority, Federal Housing Administration) and by sponmonth.
sored credit agencies in financial sectors. Includes loan participation
1. Includes commitments for residential mortgages to be added
certificates and securities backed by mortgage pools.
to FNMA's portfolio. The total excludes commitments to issue
6. Entry under business assets is corporate only. Noncorporate
securities backed by pools of conventional mortgages under a protrade credit is deducted in liabilities total to conform to quarterly
gram begun in October 1981. By December 1981, about $2.6
flow tables.
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
TABLE 44-C
government-underwritten loans.
1. Excludes corporate equities.
2. Corporate bonds include net issues by Netherlands Antilles
TABLE 41
subsidiaries, and U.S. foreign direct investment is before subtracting reflows of capital from Netherlands Antilles subsidiaries' for1. Minor revisions in some items were made for 1977 and 1978.
eign financing.
These revisions are available from the Mortgage and Consumer
3. Industrial revenue bonds. Issued by state and local governFinance Section, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Sysments to finance private investment and secured in interest and
tem, Washington, D.C. 20551.
principal by the industrial user of the funds.
2. Includes loans held by nondeposit trust companies but not
4. Loans, short-term paper (line 35), and profit taxes payable,
bank trust departments.
and trade debt.
3. Outstanding principal balances of mortgage-backed securities
insured or guaranteed by the agency indicated.
4. Other holders include mortgage companies, real estate inTABLE 45
vestment trusts, state and local credit agencies, state and local
government retirement funds, noninsured pension funds, credit unions,
1. Ratios of indexes of production to indexes of capacity. Federal
and U.S. agencies for which amounts are small or separate data
are not readily available.
Reserve estimates.




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2. Index of dollar value of total construction contracts, including
residential, nonresidential, and heavy engineering, from McGrawHill Informations Systems Company. F.W. Dodge Division.
3. Annual data for line 11, 1983 and 1984 are revised as follows:
1983, 138.0; and 1984, 150.0.
4. Based on data in Employment and Earnings (U.S. Department
of Labor). Series covers employees only, excluding personnel in
the Armed Forces.
5. Based on data in Survey of Current Business (U.S. Department of Commerce).
6. Based on U.S. Bureau of Census data published in Survey of
Current Business.
1. Not seasonally adjusted. Based on data published by the U.S.
Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
SOURCE. Basic data (not index numbers) for series mentioned in
notes 5 and 6 and indexes for series mentioned in notes 3 and 7
may also be found in Survey of Current Business.

TABLE 46
1. Primary processing includes textiles; lumber; paper; industrial
chemicals; petroleum refining; rubber and plastics; stone, clay, and
glass; and primary and fabricated metals.
2. Advanced processing includes food, tobacco, apparel, furniture, printing, chemical products such as drugs and toiletries,
leather, machinery, transportation equipment, instruments, miscellaneous manufacturing, and ordnance.
3. Industrial materials are items both produced and used as inputs
by manufacturing plants, mines, and utilities; industrial materials
cover many of the items represented in the primary-processing
group 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).

TABLE 47
1. Persons 16 years of age and over. Monthly figures, which
are based on sample data, relate to the calendar week that contains
the 12th day; annual data are averages of monthly figures. By
definition, seasonality does not exist in population figures. Based
on data from Employment and Earnings (U.S. Department of
Labor).
2. Includes self-employed, unpaid family, and domestic service
workers,
3. Data include all full- and part-time employees who worked
during, or received pay for, the pay period that includes the 12th
day of the month, and exclude proprietors, self-employed persons,
domestic servants, unpaid family workers, and members of the
Armed Forces. Data are adjusted to the March 1985 benchmark.
Based on data from Employment and Earnings (U.S. Department
of Labor).

TABLE 48
1. Not at annual rates.

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TABLE 49
1. Published groups include some series and subtotals not shown
separately. For a detailed description of the 1976 revision and for
historical data, see "Industrial Production: 1976 Revision" (Board
of Governors, 1979),
2. 1972 dollar value.
3. Value of new construction data hi recent periods may not be
strictly comparable with data in prior periods because of changes
by the Bureau of the Census in its estimating techniques. For a
description of these changes see Construction Reports (C-30-765), issued by the Bureau in July 1976.
SOURCE. Census Bureau estimates for all series except (a) mobile
homes, which are private, domestic shipments as reported by the
Manufactured Housing Institute and seasonally adjusted by the Census Bureau, and (b) sales and prices of existing units, which are
published by the National Association of Realtors. All back and
current figures are available from originating agency. Permit authorizations are those reported to the Census Bureau from 16,000
jurisdictions beginning with 1978.
TABLE 50
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 51
1. With inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments.
2. With capital consumption adjustment.
3. For after-tax profits, dividends, and the like, see table 35.
SOURCE. Survey of Current Business (Department of Commerce).
TABLE 52
1. With inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments.
2. With capital consumption adjustment.
SOURCE. Survey of Current Business (Department of Commerce).
TABLE 53
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 (I.A.) 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 53-66.
Data in table 53 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 55 is based on U.S. Treasury Department data and on data
reported to the Treasury Department by the International Monetary
Fund.

Tables 56 through 64 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 65 and 66 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.

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 53.

TABLE 56-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 53.

TABLE 54
1. Data are on a Census/customs valuation basis. For reasons
of coverage and tuning, these data differ from the merchandise
trade data shown in table 53, "Summary of U.S. International
Transactions."

TABLE 56-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 53.

TABLE 55
TABLE 57-A
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 63. 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 (SDR
1 = $1.20635) total U.S. reserve assets, SDR holdings, and reserve
position in IMF were as follows (in millions of dollars, end of
period).
Month
1985
January
February . .
....
March .
. ,
April
May
June . . .
July
August
September
....
October
November
December

Total

SDRs

37,105
37,308
37,968
37 942
38,239
38,447
38 758
38,887
39,638
42 794
43,693
44,021

7,044
7,255
7,269
7 268
7,488
7,488
7 571
7,797
7,797
7 797
8,004
8,009

,

Reserve
position
in IMF
12,696
12,659
12,565
12 534
12,502
12,461
12 139
12,106
12,079
12 109
12,045
12,066

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 53.

TABLE 57-B
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




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).

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4. Comprises Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria.
5. Excludes "holding 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 53.

TABLE 58
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 53.

TABLE 59
1. Data for banks' own claims are given on a monthly basis,
but the data for claims of banks' own domestic customers are
available on a quarterly basis only.
2. U.S. banks: includes amounts due from own foreign branches
and foreign subsidiaries consolidated in "Consolidated report of
condition" filed with bank regulatory agencies. Agencies, branches,
and majority-owned subsidiaries of foreign banks: includes principally amounts due from head office or parent foreign bank, and
foreign branches, agencies, or wholly owned subsidiaries of head
office or parent foreign bank.
3. Assets owned by customers of the reporting bank located in
the United States that represent claims on foreigners held by reporting banks for the account of their domestic customers.
4. Principally negotiable time certificates of deposit and bankers
acceptances.
5. Includes demand and time deposits and negotiable and nonnegotiable certificates of deposit denominated in U.S. dollars issued
by banks abroad.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 53.

TABLE 60
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 53.

TABLE 61
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 53.

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TABLE 62
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 53,

TABLE 63
1. Excludes deposits and U.S. Treasury securities held for international and regional organizations.
2. Marketable U.S. Treasury bills, nt>',:es, 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 (able 53.
TABLE 64
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 53.

TABLE 65
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 £ind regional organizations.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 53.

TABLE 66
1. Table 59, "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 arid regional organizations.
Sources appear at the end of notes for table 53.
TABLE 67
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 millioii 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 $tates and
vis-a-vis nonbanks are combined for dates before June 1984.
4. Before June 1984, liabilities on negotiable CDs wete included
in liabilities to the United States or liabilities to foreigners, according to the address of the initial purchaser.

TABLE 68
1. Data are aggregates of categories reported on the quarterly
form FHEC 002, ''Report of Assets and Liabilities of U.S. Branches
and Agencies of Foreign Banks." Details may not add to totals
because of rounding. This form was first used for reporting data
as of June 30, 1980, and was revised as of December 31, 1985.
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.ll, last issued on July 10, 1980. Data in this
table and in the G.ll 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. 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 4). On the former monthly
branch and agency report, available through the G.ll statiscal release, gross balances were included in total assets and total liabilities.
Therefore, total asset and total liability figures in this table are not
comparable to those in the G.ll tables.
4. "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 baning
subsidiaries of the bank and of its parent holding company (including subsidiaries owned both directly and indirectly).
5. In some cases two or more offices of a foreign bank within
the same metropolitan area file a consolidated report;
6. Effective December 1981, the Ff^deral Reserve Board amended
Regulations D and Q to permit banking offices located in the United
States to operate International Banking Facilities (IBFs). As of
December31,1985, data for IBFs are reported in a separate column.
These data are either included in or excluded from the total columns
as indicated in the headings. The notation "n.a." indicates that no
IBF data are reported for that item, either because the item is not
an eligible IBF asset or liability or because that level of detail is
not reported for IBFs. From December 1981 through September
1985, IBF data were included in all applicable items reported.
TABLE 69
1. The banking offices covered by these data are the U.S. offices
and foreign branches of U.S.-owned banks and of U.S. subsidiaries
of foreign-owned banks. Offices nor covered include (1) U.S. agencies and branches of foreign banks, and (2) foreign subsidiaries of
U.S. banks. To minimize duplication, the data are adjusted to
exclude the claims on foreign branches held by a U.S. office or
another foreign branch of the same banking institution. The data
in this table combine foreign branch claims in table 67 (the sum
of lines 7 through 10) with the claims of U.S. offices in table 59
(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 70
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 71
1. Rates are for three-month interbank loans except for Canada,
finance company paper; Belgium, three-month Treasury bills; and
Japan, Gensaki rate.
TABLE 72
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 73
1. Averages of certified noon buying rates in New York for
cable transfers.
2. Cents per unit of foreign currency.

Part 4—Special Tables
TABLE 74
1. See the Board's Annual Report for statements of condition
of the Federal Reserve Banks for other years.
2. Includes securities loaned—securities fully guaranteed by U.S.
government pledged with Federal Reserve Banks; and excludes any
securities sold and scheduled to be bought back under matched salepurchase transactions.

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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. Includes Federal Reserve notes held by U.S. Treasury and
by Federal Reserve Banks other than the issuing Bank.

1. S = statewide branching; L = limited branching; U = unit
banking.
SOURCES. Compiled from unpublished data from the Board of
Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation.

TABLE 75

TABLE 79

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. For additional details, see the Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System, 72nd Annual Report, 1985, (1986), pages
214-17.
NOTE. Details may not add to totals because of rounding.

1. Number in parentheses is total of banking organizations in
state.
2. Independent bank.

TABLE 76
1. Number excludes banks that have banking facilities only;
banking facilities are shown separately; see note 2.
Except for the following, branches and additional offices are
located in the same state as the parent bank. (In this table these
branches are shown according to their own location rather than that
of the parent bank.)
Type and location of bank
1 national in New Jersey
1 national in California
1 noninsured unincorporated
in New York
3 insured nonmember in
Puerto Rico

Number and location
of branches
1 in Pennsylvania
3 in Washington and 1
in Oregon
1 in Massachusetts and
1 in Pennsylvania
17 in New York and 1 in
California

2. As of December 31, 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 77-A
1. Figures include all banks in Alaska and Hawaii, but exclude
nonmember banks in territories and possessions.
2. Figures exclude Federal (mutual) savings banks.
3. State member figures include 1 bank in Puerto Rico.
4. As of December 31, 1985, includes 13 state member noninsured and 1 noninsured national trust company.
5. Figures exclude new banks organized to succeed operating
banks.
TABLE 77-B
1. Individual breakdowns by type of bank are not available.
Therefore, the "Other" category of changes is 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.

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TABLE 78

TABLE 80
1. Companies included are those that have reported to the Board
of Governors of the Federal Reserve System pursuant to the requirements of the Bank Holding Company Act; the number includes
some companies that have filed registration statements, but whose
holding company status has not yet been determined by the Board.
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.
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 hi 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, 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. These data may be more than 100 pefcent because of mutual
savings banks and other institutions entity type codes are equal to
1. These data are not added into the total U.S. commercial bank
figures but are added into the BHC figures.
7. S = statewide branching; L = limited branching; U = unit
banking.
TABLE 81
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 1985 classified in two ways:
By type of minority
Black
Hispanic
Women
Asian
American Indian
Multiracial

45
28
6
14
3
2

By type of bank charter
Federal Reserve member
National
State

46
5

Nonmember state

47

TABLE 82
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.

3. Margin accounts include credit extended on stock and nonconvertible, 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 85
TABLE 83
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 84
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.




1. These are members of either the American Stock Exchange
or the New York Stock Exchange.

TABLE 86
1. American Council of Life Insurance data for new commitments of $100,000 and over each on mortgages for multifarnily
and nonresidential nonfarm properties, most of which are located
in the United States. The series covers 20 companies with 61 percent
of industry assets and 67 percent of nonfarm mortgages.
2. Averages, which are based on number of loans, vary in part
with loan composition by type and location of property, type and
purpose of loan, and loan amortization and prepayment terms. Data
for the following are limited to cases for which information was
available or estimates could be made: capitalization rate (net stabilized property earnings divided by property value); debt-coverage
ratio (net stabilized earnings divided by debt service); and percent
constant (annual level payment, including principal and interest,
per $100 of debt). All statistics exclude construction loans, increases in existing loans in a company's portfolio, reapprovals, and
loans secured by land only.

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Part 4—Index to Tables




Index to Tables
References are to table numbers, not page numbers

Acceptances, bankers (See Bankers acceptances)
Agricultural loans, commercial banks, 14(A, B), 17, 22
Assets and deposits
Banking organizations, percentage of total held by ten largest,
79
Banks in holding company groups, 80(A, B, C^ D)
Assets and liabilities (See also Foreigners)
Banks, 16(A, B), 17, 18, 24(B)
Credit unions, 25(D)
Domestic finance companies, 38
Federal Reserve Banks, 2(A, B, C, D), 10(A), 74
Flow of funds accounts, 43(A, B)
Foreign banks, U.S. branches and agencies, 68(A, B, C, D)
FSLIC-insured institutions, 25(A)
Life insurance companies, 25(C)
Minority-owned banks, 81
Nonfinancial corporations, 36
Savings banks, 25(B)
Assets of pension funds, 82(A, B, C)
Automobiles
Consumer installment credit, 42, 83
Production, 48
Bankers acceptances, 9, 20(B), 23(A, B), 30(A, B), 75
Banking offices
Banks in holding company groups, 80(A, B, C, D)
In operation, number and changes, 76, 77(A, B), 78
Banks in holding company groups, 80(A, B, C, D)
Bonds (See also U.S. government securities)
Interest rates\ 23(A, B)
New issues, 33
Branch banks, 67, 68(A, B, C, D), 76, 77(B)
Budget, U.S. (See Federal finance)
Business activity, selected measures, 45
Business expenditures on new plant and equipment, 37
Business loans (See Commercial and industrial loans)
Capacity, 46(B)
Capacity utilization, 45, 46(C)
Capital accounts
Banks, 16(A, B)
Federal Reserve Banks, 10(A), 74
Central banks, foreign, discount rates, 70
Certificates of deposit, 23(A, B), 30(A, B)
Commercial and industrial loans
Commercial banks, 14(A, B), 16(A, B), 17, 22, 68
(A, B, C, D)
Weekly reporting banks, 17
Commercial banks
Agricultural loans, 17, 22
Assets and liabilities, 16(A, B), 17




Commercial banks—Continued
Banking offices, number and changes, 76, 77(A, B), 78
Banking organizations, percentage of total assets and deposits
held by ten largest, 79
Commercial and industrial loans, 14(A,B), 16(A,B), 17,22,68(A,
B, C, D)
Consumer loans held, by type and terms, 42, 83
Debits and deposit turnover, 11(A, B)
Loans and securities, 14(A, B)
Loans sold outright, 17
Mortgages held, by type of holder and property, 41
Nondeposit funds, 15
Time and savings deposits, 1(A, B)
Commercial paper, 20(A), 23(A, B), 30(A, B), 38
Condition statements (See Assets and liabilities)
Construction
Contracts, 45
Housing, 49
Loans, 22
Consumer installment credit, 39(A, B), 42, 83
Consumer prices, 45, 50
Consumption expenditures, 51, 52
Corporations
Nonfinancial, assets and liabilities, 36
Profits and their distribution, 35, 51
Security issues, 33, 64
Cost of living (See Consumer prices)
Credit (See Loans)
Credit unions, 25(D), 42
Currency and coin, 16(A, B)
Currency in circulation, 2, 12(A, B)
Customer financing, stock market, 24(B, C, D), 84, 85
Debits to deposit accounts, 11(A, B)
Debt (See specific types of debt or securities)
Demand deposits
Banks, 11(A, B), 16(A, B), 17
Ownership by individuals, partnerships, and corporations, 19
Turnover, 11(A, B)
Depository institutions
Reserve requirements, 6
Reserves and related items, 1(A, B), 2(A, B, C, D), 3(A, B),
13(A, B), 74
Deposits (See also specific types)
Banking organizations, percentage of total deposits held by ten
largest, 79
Banks, 1(A, B), 16(A, B), 17, 18, 25(B)
Banks in holding company groups, 80(A, B, C, D)
Federal Reserve Banks, 2(A, B, C, D), 10(A), 26, 74
Turnover, 11(A, B)

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Discounts rates at Federal Reserve Banks and at foreign central
banks (See Interest rates)
Discounts and advances by Federal Reserve Banks (See Loans)
Dividends
Corporate, 35
Federal Reserve Banks, 75
Dollar, U.S., index of weighted-average value, 72
Employment, 45, 47
Eurodollars, 23(A, B)
Expenditures on new plant and equipment, 37
Farm Credit Banks, 31
Farm mortgage loans, 41
Federal agency obligations, 2(A, B, C, D), 9, 10(A, C), 30
(A, B), 31,74
Federal credit agencies, 31
Federal finance
Debt subject to statutory limit, and types and ownership of gross
debt of U.S. Treasury, 28, 29
Receipts and outlays, 26, 27(A, B)
Treasury financing of surplus or deficit, 26
Treasury operating balance, 26
Federal Financing Bank, 26, 31
Federal funds, 4, 15, 17, 18, 23(A, B), 26
Federal Home Loan Banks, 31
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, 31, 40, 41
Federal Housing Administration
Debt of, 31
Mortgage interest rate, 40
Mortgage debt outstanding, 41
Federal Land Banks, 41
Federal National Mortgage Association, 31, 40, 41
Federal Reserve Banks
Condition statement, 10(A), 74
Discount rates (See Interest rates)
Income, expenses, and dividends, 75
Payments to U.S. Treasury, 75
Surplus, 75
U.S. government securities held, 2(A, B, C, D), 10(A, C),
29 74
Federal Reserve credit, 2(A, B, C, D), 3(A, B), 10(A, C), 74
Federal Reserve notes, 10(A, B), 74, 75
Federally sponsored credit agencies, 31
Finance companies
Assets and liabilities, 38(A, B)
Business credit, 39(A, B)
Loans, 14(A, B), 17, 42, 82(A, B, C)
Mortgage debt, 41
Paper, 20(A), 23(A, B)
Finance rates (See Interest rates)
Financial institutions
Loans to, 17
Mutual savings banks, 8, 25(B), 29, 41, 42, 76, 77(A, B)
Savings and loan associations, 8, 25(A), 41, 42, 44(A)
Savings institutions, 25(A, B, C, D)
Selected assets and liabilities, 25(A, B, C, D)
Thrift institutions, 1(A, B)
Float, 2(A, B, C, D)
Flow of funds, 43(A, B), 44(A, B, C)
Foreign banks, assets and liabilities of U.S. branches and agencies,
14(A, B), 68(A, B, C, D)
Foreign central banks (See Central banks)
Foreign currency operations, 10(A), 74, 75
Foreign deposits in U.S. banks, 2(A, B, C, D), 10(A), 17, 74
Foreign exchange rates, 73
Foreign official institutions, liabilities to, 56(A, B)
Foreign trade, 54
Foreigners
Claims on, 58, 59, 60, 61, 66, 67, 68(A, B, C, D), 69

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Foreigners—Continued
Liabilities to, 17, 54, 56(A, B), 57<A, B), 61, 62, 63, 64, 65,
67, 68(A, B, C, D)
FSLIC-insured institutions, 25(A)
Futures transactions, 30(A, B, C)
Gold
Certificate account, 10(A, B), 74
Holdings, 43(A)
Stock, 2(A, B, C, D), 55
Government National Mortgage Association, 31, 40, 41
Gross national product, 51
Holding company groups, banking offices, assets, and deposits
of banks in, 80(A, B, C, D)
Housing, new and existing units, 49
Income, personal and national, 45, 51, 52
Income and expenses, Federal Reserve Banks, 75
Industrial production, 45, 46(A, B, C), 48
Installment loans (See Consumer installment credit)
Insurance companies, 25(C), 29, 41, 86
Insured commercial banks, 76
Interest rates
Bonds, 23(A, B)
Commercial and industrial loans, 22
Federal Reserve Banks, 5(A, B)
Foreign central banks, 70
Foreign short-term, 71
Installment credit, selected types, 83
Money and capital markets, 23(A, Bli
Mortgages, 40
Prime rate, 21
Time and savings deposits, 8
Treasury bills, 23(A, B)
International capital transactions of United States, 53-71
International organizations, 56(A, B), 57(A, B), 58, 62, 63, 64,
65,66
Inventories, 51
Investment companies, issues and assets, 34
Investments (See also specific types)
Banks, 16(A, B), 17, 25(B)
Commercial banks, 1(A, B), 14(A, B), 16(A, B), 17, 41
Federal Reserve Banks, 10(A, C), 74
Savings, 52
Savings institutions, 25(A, B, C, D), 41, 86
Labor force, 47
Liabilities (See Assets and liabilities)
Life insurance companies (See Insurance companies)
Loans (See also specific types)
Banks, 16(A, B), 17, 18, 25(B, D)
Commercial banks, 1(A, B), 14(A, B) 16(A, B), 17, 18, 22,
68(A, B, C, D)
Federal Reserve Banks, 2(A, B, C, D), 3(A, B), 5(A, B), 10
(A, C), 74, 75
Insured or guaranteed by United States, 40, 41
Savings institutions, 25(A, B, C, D), 41., 86
Manufacturing
Capacity utilization, 45, 46(A, B, C)
Production, 45, 46(A), 48
Margin accounts
Brokers' detailed debit and credit balances, 85
Selected statistics, 24(B, C)
Margin regulations, credit subject to, by type, 84
Margin requirements, 7
Member banks (See also Depository institutions)
Banking offices, number and changes, 76, 77(A, B)
Federal funds and repurchase agreements, 4

Member banks—Continued
Reserve requirements, 6
Minority-owned banks, assets and liabilities, 81
Mobile homes
Loans for, 42
Shipped, 49
Monetary and credit aggregates, 1(A, B), 13(A, B)
Money and capital market rates, 23(A, B)
Money stock measures and components, 1(A, B), 12(A, B)
Mortgages (See Real estate loans)
Mortgage-backed securities, 25(A, B)
Mutual funds (See Investment companies)
Mutual savings banks (See Financial institutions)
National banks, number, and changes in number of hanking
offices, 76, 77(A, B)
National income, 51
Nondeposit funds of commercial banks, 15
Nonmember banks, number, and changes in number qf banking
offices, 76, 77(A, B)
Open market transactions, 9
Output, 46(A)
Pension funds, assets, 32(A, B, C)
Personal income, 45, 51, 52
Prices
Consumer and producer, 45, 50
Stock market, 24(A)
Prime rate, 21
Producer prices, 45, 50
Production, 45, 48
Profit and loss, Federal Reserve Banks, 75
Profits, corporate, 35
Real estate loans
Banks, 14(A, B), 17, 41
Life insurance companies, 86
Savings institutions, 25(A, B, C)
Terms, yields, and activity, 40
Type of holder and property mortgaged, 41
Repurchase agreements
Banks, 4, 15, 17
Government sector, 9, 30(C), 74
Reserve requirements, 6
Reserves
Commercial banks, 16(A, B)
Depository institutions, 1(A, B), 2(A, B, C, D), 3(A, B),
13 (A, B), 74
Federal Reserve Banks, 3(A, B), 74
U.S. reserve assets, 55
Residential mortgage loans, 40
Retail credit and retail sales, 42, 45, 83
Saving
Flow of funds, 43(A, B), 44(A, B, C)
National income accounts, 51
Personal, 52
Savings and loan associations (See Financial institutions)
Savings deposits (See Time and savings deposits)
Savings institutions (See Financial institutions)
Securities (See specific types)

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Securities—Continued
Commercial banks, 14(A, B), 17
Credit reported by lenders, 24(B, C, D), 84, 85
Federal and federally sponsored credit agencies, 31
Foreign transactions, 64
New issues, 32, 33
Prices, 24(A)
Special drawing rights
Allocations, 53
Certificate account, 2(A, B, C, D), 10(A, B), 74
Holdings, 43(A, B), 53, 55
State and local governments
Deposits, 17
Holdings of U.S. government securities, 29
New security issues, 32
Ownership of securities issued by, 17, 25(B, C)
State member banks, number, and changes in number of banking
offices, 76, 77(A, B)
Stock market
Customer financing, 24(B, C, D), 84, 85
Prices and trading, 24(A, B, C, D)
Stocks (See also Securities)
New issues, 33
Prices, 24(A)
Student loan marketing association, 31
Tax receipts, federal, 27(A)
Tennessee Valley Authority, 31
Thrift institutions (See Financial institutions)
Time and savings deposits, 1(A, B), 8, 11(A, B), 12(A, B), 15,
16(A, B), 17, 18, 25(B)
Trade, foreign, 54
Treasury bills (See Government securities)
Treasury currency and Treasury cash, 2(A, B, C, D)
Treasury deposits, 2(A, B, C, D), 10(A), 26, 74
Treasury operating balance, 26
Unemployment, 47
U.S. government balances
Commercial bank holdings, 17
Treasury deposits at Reserve Banks, 10(A), 26
U.S. government securities
Bank holdings, 14(A, B), 16(A, B), 17, 18, 29
Dealers' transactions, positions, and financing, 30(A, B, C)
Federal Reserve Bank holdings and earnings, 2(A, B, C, D),
10(A, C), 29, 74, 75
Foreign and international holdings and transactions, 10(A), 29,
62, 63
Nonfinancial corporation holdings, 36
Open market transactions, 9
Outstanding, by type or holder, 25(B, C), 29
Rates, 23(A, B)
Treasury bills, 9, 23(A, B), 30(A, B, C), 56(A, B)
U.S. international transactions, 53-71
Veterans Administration, 40, 41
Weekly reporting banks, 17
Yields (See Interest rates)

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